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THE PENNSYLVANIA
THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad
260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK.
260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 1860. 1860.
The Capacity of ih.eRosd'lf noe; equal to any
THREE THROUGH
PASaiUTOER X-TRAINS
UTO feKKPlTTEbCHGU AND HlILiDELPIIIA,
Ooaneetlng direct In the Union Depot, at Pittsburgh,
wuumrougn Trains rrom an western uitw mr run
dlbit, lew York, Boston, Baltimore and Washington
City; thus furulthujg facilities for Ibe transportation ol
Passengers unsurpassed, for (peed and comfort, br any
other rout.
sixpresi and Fut Hues run through to Philadelphia,
IIUQ11WR!(C VI UHn vr vuuu.iw...
8moktn 0n are attached to each train; WoodiuQ's
BleenlnirCars to tnmi and Fut Trains, 'flit E
proa fni Dally Mail and Fast Lin Sundays
excepted Tt I'ni'y Train connect oireot tor new
tort . sUpras and- Fast Lin connect for Baltimore
and Washington. '- " i
Six Daily Trains between PMmdelphtx and New York,
Two Dally Trains between New York aad Boston.
Through TlrkaU (all Bail) ar good a cither of the abort
Trains, and transfers through New York free.
BOAT TICKETS to Bolton ar good via Norwich,
fall Riser or tstealngton Lino.- Baggage transferred
free. , . . . ,
TICKET My be obtained at act ot lbs important
Bailroad Office In the West alto, on board any of Uw
regular Line of Steamers on the Mississippi oi Ohio
RtTsr. '
fare al at aye a lw and Sitae as q tt It
rte; at) Isy any ailser Itouto.
8K FOB TIUaBIg BY PIIIoBC9H . ,
The completloa ot tlia-Western 'oaaectlorie '.ui the
Pean-Irani Railroad, make thl the . -, v , - - ,
P1EECT LENS BETWEKH THJ E&0T Ai 13
GREAT WEST. . .
Tha connecting ot tracks by tha Railroad Bridge at
Pittsburgh, aToidiog all drnyag or ferriage of freight,
together with the anting of time, ar advantage readily
appreciated by Shipper! of Freight, and the T rare I ling
Public.
For Freight Contract or Chipping Direction! , apply ta
or address either of the following A gents of the Company:
D. A. STEWART, Pittsburgh;
H. 8. Pierce Co., Zancsville. O.t J. J. Johnston, Rip
ley, 0., K. McNeely, Nayevilte, Ky.; Onnaby a Crop-
?er, Fortcaoatb, t ; Paddock ar. Co., JeoersonTille,
nd.: U. W. Brown a Co., Cincinnati, 0 ; Atbem a
Blbbert, Cincinnati, 0.; U. C Meldrtun, Hadiaon, Jnd.j
Jus. 8. Moore, LoutaTille, Ky.; P. 0. O'Kilcy a Co..
Ta aville.Ind.tN.W. Graham a Co.. Cairo 111.; B,
F. Base, SJialer Olaaa, HI Louia, Jdo.; John llania,
NuhTille, Term.! Harris Hunt, Memphis. lean
Clark a Co., Chicago, 111.; W. H. 11. Koonta, Alton.
III.; or to Freight Agent! of Kailroadt at different points
in tna a eat, .-.! . . , t,
ihe liroateat racllltlca otfii-ed far
the frotcctioii nud Speedy Trans
portatiou Ot L.lVli KlUCKi
And Oood Accoromodatlons, with niual privileges for
persons trarauing m coarge mere or.
FHEIU11T.S.
By this Rout Freight of all descriptions can be tap
warded to and from Philadelphia, New York, Boston, or
Baltimore to and from any point on the Kail Roads of
Uhlo, Kentucky, Indiana. Illinois, n Ucoonn, Iowa, or
MtMourt, by SoU Rood direct.
The Pennaylnni Kail Boad also connects at Pittsburgh
with (taaaiera, by which Quodaoan be forward.! to any
port on the Ohio, Muskingum, Kentucky, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Illinois, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Missoail.
Kama, Aikania and Red Rivurs, and at CleralaM
Sandusky and Unicag- wilb Bteaaara to si P"i
N?rtb-Watera Lakes.
ilerchania and shippers entrusting IL transpiUUa,
of their Freight to this Ocmpany, can icly with confluence
on its speedy transit.
THls KATES OF FREianT to and from any point la
the West by the Pennsylvania Kail Uoad.ar at cut timet
us jovoraHt at ar charged by otltr S. K. Com
paniM. R.',Pa. pardcuiu to mark paokagM ''trta Pniu.
" B. 3. RMBSER. Philadelphia.
MAORAW a KOONS, BO North Street, stltixore.
LEttOUaCO., Mo. SAstor House, or No. I South
Wn. Street, Now York.
LSCU a CO., No. 77 8 late Street buston.
11. 11. HOUSTON, Om'lFrHfsMAg't, Pbiladtlphla.
L L. ilOUPT, tim'l iielst Ag't, Philadelphia.
XU08 . A. 8C0TX, tVa'i Snp't, Altnono, Ta.
Jan 1 CO dly. ,. "
CENTRAL OHIO R.
BETWEEN
COLUMBUS AND WHEELING.
This is the Only Route offering a
"A'tarauf It Ticket V Uuggnge Ctaeck t
WASHINGTON CITY;
And Ms' only Soutt giving to th Pantngtr U
priiiltg of vlMing tin QUU of
UaltimoresriiiladelpaalacVftew York
At the ooi t of a Ticket to JVsit York only by other Lines.
tWO TRAINS LIAVB OOLUB8C8 BAILT,
' ' Sdndats EicrrrgD. .
'KJCPRE83 AT. 3:00 a. m., aUpping stall StaUons
upon signal being given, arriving at Rellslr at 9:30 a.
n, ooonecung immeaiaiciy wim trains on
Tae Baltimore ic otilo Kailroad
For Baltlmora, Washington City and th South, and Phil
adelphia, New Yorki tiostoc, and the asU - Also with
traiuaon the
P.SS(bIJLVA.1 C'irilH'l HAL)
via TThselinff a Pttlaburgb R it., for Pittsburgh, Har
risvargh, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and th East.
Tbis train also conuectsat Newark with 3. U. a N. R.
a., and al Zarresville with 0. V a Z. R. R. for Lancas
ter, ae.
MAIL AT S:40 p m., stopping at all Stations upon sig
nal being given, arriving at Uki.mir at M il) p. m., con
necting immediately with traina on - .
The ttaltiivore dc ouio Railroad
For Baltimore, Washington City and the South, and Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, and the East. . Also with
train on the ...
PEJIIV SYLVAN 1 A CENTRAL,
Via Wheeling and Pittsburgh M . R. , for PIttsbureh, Har
risburgh, Philadelphia. New York. Boston, and tba East.
This train also connects at ancsville with 0. W. a Z.
R. &., for Laccaster, ac
TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
FROM ALL WESTERN POINTS, '
CAN DEFEND CPOH .
aick Time aad Sure Connections:
Anna Timi iiiis. Attowro roa Umxim.
SLEEPING CARS oh ALL N IGUT TRAINS,
Ask for Tickets via Cclumbas and Wheeling.
for farther information and TKrovgX 7lcltt, apply
to m. a,. DUUBn.ii. iican Agent, union Depot. ;
H. t. JAWKII. President, Zanesrllle.
-j .: ,i - JOUN W. BROWN, .
novSQ Qeseral Ticket Agent, Columbus.
any
man
to
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TsEBmilf ATE AT WASIIINOTOl
X nd Baltlaaoreon Ihe East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkersnurg on the West, at which place It anil
wita aaiiroaas, steaaart, aotor and from all points
in rue - - ' . . j
Wests Sonth'vreat and IVortD-tseat
-THEEB TSAIHS DAttY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
. This b the only rout to Washington City.
Passengers by this rent can rlsit Baltimore, Phila
delphia, Mae; Yaik and Boston, at tha cost of a ticket to
Boston amna by thr Una. .
Tkrosgh tickau to tha Eastern cities can bs procured
via Washisgtoa Oily at an additiensl charge of two dol
lars, -v ,. ,
Busrnite Cass attach ro to ui Nionr TRaim.
71m o ouicA and. far at low at via any other
rem.
Inquire for Uesets vlaBaltimnreand Ohio Railroad at
any of the prlcelpsl Railroad offices in th West, - -i.
H bULLlYAN, aen'l Western Agent,
JJtUiDM, OblO.
odlSB
tr-Hr O0LE,Oneral Ticket Agent, .
W. P. SilllU, Maatcr Trau.porUtlon,r
and
S.
coLiijants. omt, ' , "
AGRICUITURALWAHEHOUSB
Arid Seed Store, '
. DEALER Dt " ' '
GEKEbIl H AR
f NAJLbfltA88, BASH, PTJTTT, CORDA01I,
, riatoia, Wood WUlew Wares
c I' t ,r t i .,'
L anther aoV Rabbet ttlHot, Iaoe Leather, Boae and
Paektwes ' - i l dly
E..-riTCOLLISTER,-
. Wnoleaale and Ketall Dealer la '
TOBACCO, STOFF.& .CIGARS,
. i si No, -825 i yiAl .Btyeet, , f K -H
Kea oHatatitir osThanelVu UsO Tv
-ta rieae BUAltU ot5 ,. , j , r,
imported Dsnxa.
Oet. Vtl-ljd
a
XV
Naw
Nsw
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61. Winter Arrangement---Time Changed.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
jTlasV? Caaar.
lajJUM
RAILROAD,
Connecting at Orwtltn with th
Pittsburgh, Fort Wape & Chicago
' HalXItOAD
PitUborgh, Philadelphia aud Baltlmoret
Alto for Fori Wayne and Chicago.
OonnollngatCleTeland with the
Lake Shore Railroad
Dunkirk. Buffalo, Albany, Bottou
For
For
Near York
nd
ri-MVO 'TKAINB DAIL.V (exoepl Sunday)
X from Columbiu, In connection wltb Trains on to
Little Miami a Columbua & Xeula Railroads
. . FIRIT TRAIN.
MIGHT EXPRESS Leare Columbus at 3 55 a. si.
Will latt paasanger at all atationa, soutb of Galllon,
stoo at Delaware. Aahley, Oanllnatoa, Siiead and at all
atationa North of Oalllon. arrirlni at Cleveland at 0:411
a., Dunkirk tils, m., nunaio o:t . m.. new lora
18:10 p. as.. Boaton 4 3J p. m., Plttaburih via Crest
line 3:40 a. at., Philadelphia 7:00 a. ., Ohloago via
Grafton 11.00 p. m. Also eonneotinJ at Shelby for all
point on th Pandoaky, Maniueld a Seward Railroad,
SECOND TRAIN.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Laaret Columbus at 8:110 p.
m.. will atop at all stations south of Bbalby, and at Sal-
am. Mew London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arrir-
lDg at Cleveland B:50p. m.. Dunkirk 3:00 a. m., Buffalo
4:35 a.m., New York 10:00 p. m., Bottoo 1830 a. m.,
Plttsbunh via Crastlln 8:30 a. m., Philadelphia S OU p.
., DhicagoaiaOraftonat 10:30 a. m. Also eoanactsat
Shelby for all point an Sandusky, Mansfield a Newark
Railroad. '.
Patent Sleeping1 Can are run on all
Bight Train to Chicago, New Tort
, and Boston.
D Baggage Ckttlud Tknuok U Nete York
and Button tm Cleveland, nlto to Philadelphia!,
New York via CreetUne.
BETPBNINO.
. Mlaht Xipreta arrlvee at Colnmboa at 1:30 a. m.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Colnmboa at 1:40 p. m.
Fare at Lot a by any other Route. .
Ask for tickets via Crestllns or Cleveland.
1. fl. FLINT,
Puper't, Olereland, Ohio.
JAUI8 PATTERSON. Aient,
J una 111 " Columbus, Ohio.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMtlY GROCERIES.
No. 106 South High Itreet.
Win. SIcDOMLO,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES
Dally Arrlral at Goods
For the Fall and Winter ,Tiade
of :i86o-ei.
TTTHET CRNINO SINCERE TUANK8
TO THE PCBLIC for past favors and patron-1
as, and being unxsstaaura aj.as to ntHir
a continuance of tarn by atrict attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Good,
I would call th notice of tha public to the fact that
baring .aLarge and wall Selected Stock on
hand, and being In dally receipt of goods froa th differ
ent markets, I flatter myself Chat I can offer to th eltl
ssns of Columbus, or to any who may desire to pnrckase,
an assortment of artielat appertaining to the GROCERY
trade, TJNEQVALE D by any hone In tha elty. I
Th price and quality of the goods offered, I guar.
antee to fire satisfaction.
Goodt Delivered Pree of Charge.
nov7. wm. Mcdonald.
COiNVICI LABOR FOR HIRE.
SI
OFFIOE OHIO PENITENTIARY,
CoLmBPs. O.. Nor. S3d. 1H60.
BALED PRvFaSALS IVILL ESSf BE
Mivad at th offloe of th Ohio PenlUntlarir until
Mondav. Januarr Hist. 1881, at 2. P. M.. for the labor of
from One Hundred to One Hundred and Twenty-five Con'
rift In thia institution, for Fir Years.
bhon room furnished and discipline maintained at the
expense oi me oiaia. ti
Bidder will specify th kinds of work, th number of I XJ
I .1 1 .... tr I.V.. I
Bids bv persons not contractor will be considered for
any ousiness not now carnsa on in in rnsou; asa irom
pnrsant contractors for thslr present bus'neis, and for
otner not in conuici wim ui raws oi we otate or ex
isting contracts, th Directors reserving th right to se
sucn niasana Dutinessas win nest promote ine in
Urtof theluetituUon, andconfllot th least with th
mechanical intansts of the Stat.
No Ud secured for was than Twenty or more than Fifty
in any on oon tract, suocesslul bidders required
give (atisractory security.
a. rjaaxiatusi, rraruea.
N. MERION. -
THEO. 0OMST0K, Directors.
Call
der3-dtd -
- H. a. PARSONS.
IMPORTED GOODS.
JTJIT HECEITED
80 cases Italian Oil, Barton k Co., for table us.
to " rreaca aastara. lavorlte nrands:
5 " Boned lardine. th BEST Bardlnei imp'td
4 " of Oapers and Olives.
6 " Tabl Sauree "Lea It Perrln's Worcester-
shlre.'VBoyer's Sultana," "John Bull,"
aarvay," -aeaaing."
10 " Walnut and Tomato Catsup.
T6 dot. Ore 4 B lac aw all's cclsbraUd English
Pickle, eonsistlng of "Oauliflowsr," "PI-
eailit," Vbow-onow," "Walnut." "On.
Ion," 'Cabbage," "Beans," "OherkV
i B'z ncKies. .
60 " London Porur.
10O " Oampbsll's celebraUd scotch Ale. :
6 cases Ginger Preserves.
. S O boxes Italian Macaroni end Vermacill.
8 cross Oox's Gelatine.
Coleman's celebrated English Mustard, la kagl, boxes,
ana Domes. - -
no27 - ' f wm. McDonald.
TJB
WISH TOCAtliTniS ATTEN.
Uon of ... ,
3VI 33H OH-nXTTiO
T oua AsaoaTwrnrr or -
Watches, Tools aad Materials
ImDorled directly froa tha Manufactories of England
Bwtisrland,and which w will aell as low, If not
lower, than any other importing bona in th United
State. ' :
u. LiBtjuiKBUA a sorts,
' ' i-f i ; . 71 8. High St., Columbus, O.
dec Id-SI S5 Maiden Lane, New York.
an
A
XV
the
of
more
th
they
oare
by
by
S
Bts.
DOYLE & CO;
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers Id '
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Corner of High and Gay Stfl.
Wo- DO,
COLUMBUS, .....OHIO.
UA large Stock of line and Staple Oood oa hand.1
y31-dtf , . - ...
BY
the
M-the
at
tract,
half
reds,
north
to
rods,
SUNDRIES.
FARINA,
Saga .-. S
itioa r lour i
Pearl Barley "
CrackedWhaat
Coca
Cream Ttrtar,
Ilge
die
Peach
TAPIOOO,
arrow Hoot,
Sooteh Oat Meal
Split Pea
Chocolate -Brora,
etc.
Soda -Prunes
' '
PrhToaatoaa
ra Oorsi
freth Cann'i Vreltaef every dsecrlplUn: .
Jellieaof all kinds!
', flavoring Extract of all kind. . , j , , .
flaa Drop; Mixed Oandieei ,t , .
Almeods, Filbert, Peeon Nuta, . ' - ,
-" ' English Walnata, Braill Nuu.slc,
Boi? ... - wt, Mcdonald.
32PTO U XHL A3STOE.W ; '
' 70H B WEZSZXB. ' .
uepi a wxaiiwoxaisajvrs a arsscn ajasu.
MaaaUTTAii, Bacrarrr, ana tavwesiae in. vo.'a
Yaaat Masu;auirr and Cm Fias or BABTVoea:
Yoax Lira and Oon. MctuaA Lara - -
Offlco, 81 nisTkt It. taTStfo'sj Black
b7-dlf
Blckley
BY
in
Court
between
M.,
no.
line
aat
tbeaoa
a poet
South
ery
for
;: JUST RECEIVED BY
No. 30 North High Street
One of the Largest and Best Selected Aseet t
OF .
ECx-cL-w-eSro
fRVHR OFFERED IN TniH OITYI
House Builders
Furnishings
. OF EVERY STYLE AND QHALITY.
Irene it at American
Window. ; Grlcusia I
PAINTS UHUfJNlt l. Oil.,
and put up la half pound cans for faintly use, and Dry
Paints In bulk.
Brushes ol every variety & quality.
A Splendid AaeortmeDi of . 1
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERI ADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, cVo.
HUNS, I'U TOLS, SHOT, An.
' . KISUINQ TACKLE
ROPE& CORDAGE,
.; t.KATHF.R AND INDIA Rl'BBEK "
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, tc.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invite th aturntlou of all Interested to my
stock nf Pocket and Tabla Cutlery, and ,
SILVER PLAI CD tOCKN,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, a&c,
of KC0ERR8 a BRO'S. Uanufacture, warranted to bo
extraheavy. Electro Plated, on genuine Alballa
Country klerchsnts, Meibanlos, ar.J. cthors, are ln'id
to call and examine Stork, u I am p;pared to sell
Wholesale and Retail. ' U'JI s,(ill,, -
Columbus, Ohio, Uay d, Ittdu
THE BES'I AND CHEAPEST
1 ,
Q 11 1 1 V O
PARKER
sEvnm . MACHINES.
PRICE 840,
AND WBANTED ,
Any Other
11 Family Purposes,
For al
Besides bIng more simple, durable, and easily operaled
and seel
Offloe, Armory
oct-dtf -
Hall, Hvtr Bain's Store.
0-X. IL0WER8, AgenK
NEW TREATMENT.
- Friratt and Confidential
MEDICAL ADVICE
ATTHl
BUFFALO PH1VATB HOSPITAL.
Established for the oar of SuoUUi. timinal Weatnet.
in mows jnjurmuu of tcnaA ana Maturity
Dytptptia, General Debility, Jvoer and Agu, in
irmuttt oy jotua, ma Age, us. .
NO MIR (JURY USJCD.
3Dx. Amos c3 Scxx.
ooroarof aataanaunay bis., tiiunie n. y.
BE THE ONLY PHYtflCIANS) IN
the Btate who ar member of th Royal Oolleg of
Surgeons, London, flay b consulted rrom B o'clock In
morn Inst nnil 9 at night, In every stage and symptom
disease. The treatment they adopt is the result of
upwards of thirty years extensive practice in En rope and
america.
A afOBT BCIESTIFIO DTVEKTION.
As Instrument for th ear of Noctumai Emissions
proper Ir known asBemlcal Weakness, etc. Canbe
permanently cured from fifteen day to two months by
use ar this instrument, wnen used eonjoinuy wim
medloines.
YOUNJ MEN TAE1 PARTICULAR NOTIOB.
Dr. AMOS a BON take pleasure in announcing that
have invented a most important instrument lor the
of ths above diseaaes. . It baa been subjected to a test
ths moet eminent physicians in London, Paris, Phila
delphia aad New York; it baa been declared the only use
ful instrument ever invented for the cur of seminal
Weakness, or any disease caused In the secret habits of
youth. Price EH) by mall or express. t
N. B. Dr. AMOS a BON, in order to satisfy th moat
skeptical a to th menu or this instrument, pledge
tnsneelve mat ta any instance wner it may prove un
satisfactory, after a fair trial, the money will be refunded
returning the instrumaqt in good order.
. - COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Person In any part ef the world may be successfully
treated by forwarding a correct detail of their case, with
remittance for medicines, etc. ,
Address Dr. AMUB a BON, Comer or Main and quay
Buffalo H.T. anrii-nawiy
uotnmoa Pleat. '
' :; Sheriffs Sale.
JohalJ.gar , . a...
David Davis and Wife.
VIUTUE OF Alt ORDER OF UAL,
ta m directed tram th Court of Common Plea of
Iranaliu'eounty, Onto, I will offer for sal at tha door of
Court. House, In Uw eity of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 19tn day of January, A. D. 18C1,
between the tours of 10 o'clock A- St. and t o'clock P.
followinx described real estate, stttute In the
County of Franklin, and Blata of Ohio, to wit: Beginning
tha north east comer of half section number thirty
ana, and township twelve and rang twenty-one. Refugee
running thane south with th soutb Una of said
seotion one nunareu ana seveniy-rour ana en naif
thence west thirty-six and two-thirds rods, thence
on hundred and seventy-four and one-half rods,
th Hebron Road, thence east tbirtyslx and tw third
te tha place of beginning; eoutainlcg forty acres.
Aonralsedat 37nei acre. .
Prlnter'feeett50.!; , O, TT.' DcrTMAN, SherUf, "
declb'lt'iattw
Master Commissioner'B
Brother ) '-'
- Bnp.-rloT Court. '
- s
Bale.'."-,,
a
T.
'Norman Oav
VIHTCIi OF AN ORDER Ol sALti
to me directed from the Superior Court of (ran t
eonnty, Ohio. I Will offer for sal tt in aoor of Ifce
House, in the elty of Colombo, en . .' ,..!
Saturday, the 20 tb day of January, A.' D. 18C1,
the hours of 10 o'clock A M., and 4 o'clock P
th followlug described real estaU, in the eeanty f
rranmia, ana etaus or vnro. w w, rr murrvj
7uSo, Beginning ata acv, i uw una
of W. Davis' farm; thence norma org. an am.,
in Mtaa tn a ot, North-east oorner of O. Dsvlst
North 88 dtg. 4i mla.. East 121 po its 17 links to
In the Hn of W. Coleman; thence with said Una
deg 30 mla.. Weal 113 poles to a post, a hick.
sad elm; theme West 1W pole to tn Kagtnaing.
containing B&H acres more er less, Appraised at 1 13
rere.- 4 t;.;..': l:1 eaw, wr v -i,'',
Printara'faea, $1.50 ,'i't ;i ; -
- ' .ii -n. fl. W. HD FFMAN, Bhsrlff ,. .,
dl:1td4tw' . 'and Muter Oomminloner. -
-
th
or
3
PEARL STAHC1I. . ; -
1.M0 lbs. Madison, Watt a Cs's pore, uncheml
ealtd Pearl Starch, a superior article, received la store,
sale by MoKBE HB8TI1ADX,
octxi oa eta team aa uniiding.
....
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at
ed,
terllO
1 I m
PECDl",
Tna Remedies ar earefuriT vrenared emder the direct
sapervtstoo ud Inspection of Prof. UUMPHRETS, In order
to meet truu great ana ions resiuew wmut ai tn puonq,
nammy, remedlea for all the mora sommon ana nmpi au.
raenta of Ufa i.- j .
A moment's reflection win show that a vast majority or
diseases from which w suffer and die, wera, at their com-
menoement, simple and truing, a mer ooia, a aligns uiar
rhea, a pain in the aide, ar a headaoh, or boarseneaa, at
Brat easily cured and subdued, in lima becomes a consump
tion, a rerer. a dennroua avaemerv. vroup or ouisr
disease, which all th powws of medlcln fail to arrest.
Bereln these remedlta supply a grt public want. Being
on hand, simple, so you know at one what to take
nleaaanL ual ta eana no reDUBnanoe . una aeuo
occasioning no risk, while th curative effect are positive
and eertaln, they ar taken, aad at once the spell la broken
and the danger allayed. '
Experience baa amply eonnrmed th as of these reme
dies for famllle and private persona, aa being ths saw la
ttaa, twa most bimfui ado oos-tsxhmt, toa host raoun
avd aauasLi -
Thousands ar and have been using them for some nve
ears past, In every section of th country, with almost
lvariable suoceaa AU apeak la tb highest term of their
l.nlli.lt mnA .l mr.n iuar hundreda of
agente tha uniform testimony M, that they give good
satisfaction to their customers.
List ojt
BCUPUREY3' 3PECIFI0 DOMKOPATHIO REMEDIES
No. Prlo of Single Boxes cents
1. Cures Fever, Congestion, ana innammauoa j
Heat. Pain. Rmtleaaneaa. ti I
Si Wim IPavai. Worm Collo. voradoua
Aotietlta. U
a rtnxa nnlln Tepthlni. Orvin. and Wakeiulnaas.
Blow Growth, and Feebleness of Infants. lU
a rS. Tliarphoa nf Oillilren or Adults. Oliolera
Infantum, and Hummer rjorniilalnta 6
K Thi-jia TlTRnntnrT nr Bloodw FltlZ. CollO.
orlD nn. nuious tone, rau uysenwrv.
a-Tnnw nhnlnra. Cholera llorbna. Nausea, aad
Vnmlllnr. Aalhmatlc BreathlnS. 15
THira. r.nnirha Colila. Hoaraeness. Bronchitis.
lnSuenaa, and Sore Throat. SB
0 r,,Ma Tnnthiwlift. Faeeacha. Nervous Pains.
Neuraleln. and Tlo Doloreux U
a Cnram TTniulnnliai. Sick Headaches, vertlio,
R,iU of Hlnod to the Hand ti
in ?i,ra TlirRnsnala.. Weak. Acid, or Daranied
Htomacn. constinauon. wver compuunt...
11 Cures Suppressed Menses, or scanty, or '
Delaying. Green Sickness. So
IS Cures Leuoorrhea or Whites, Bsarlng Down,
too Profuse Mensea. S3
Ik ntitwa nronn. Hoarse CrouDV Oourti. DUBcult and '
Opprraed Breathing. S
14- Cures Salt Kheum, Crusty Eruptions, Krvilp-
Ms, Scald Head, Barber's Itch. . SB
IB Cattes Bheuraatiam, Pain, Lamene.n
nesa In the Chest, Back, Side, or Limb. 98.
It Cures Fever and Ague, Intermli' ,
ID 'or rtfiuumatiBUi, faiu, Lameness, or boreueM
In the Chest, llsck bide, or Limbs 25
It For Fevor and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Old Inveterate Agues W
IT For Flies, Internal or External, Blind or Bleed
ing, Recent or Obstinate M
19 For Opthalmy, Weak or Inflamed Eyes or Kye
Uds, Falling or Weak Sight . M
19 For Catarrh, Acute or Chronic, Dry or Flowing.
Cold In the Head, Influenza .v Ml
tO For Whooping Cough, shortening and palliat
ing It, or Spasmodic Cough i 'M
11 For Asthma, Oppressed, Difficult, Labored -Breathlug.Cough
and Expectoration M
13 For Ear Discharges, Noise In the Ilead, Im
paired Hearing, Earache. ..'..... '
88 For Scrofula, Enlarged. Glands, aud Tonsils,
Swellings, and Old Ulcers...... fi"
t For General Debility, Physical or" Nervous
Weakness ,": .V. l
15 For Dropsy, Fluid Accumulation Tuwd Svrell-
Ings, with Bcantv Secretions
is For Boa - Sickness, ProttraUnn, Vertigo,
Nausea. Vomiting , , A . . . Tv.
8T For Urinary Diseases. Graytyyunal Calculi,
Difficult or Painful Urination, :,.7
88 For Seminal Emissions. -Involuntary Dla
charges, and Consequent I'rostration and De
bility. 1(0
88 For Sore Mouth, orptosjaottce. Cankered
Mouth of Adults or CIi1Wiaji,. SO
ID For Urinary Inoontinoice, Wetting th Bid,
too frequeac raiafui jar. tad dliig Urjnatlon. BO
Bl For Painful Menses, .Pressure. Cramp or
Spasms, at tha time: or Itching and Irritation :
Pruritla ...i.v. CO
82 For Bufferings at Change or Iiiie; Irregu.
larltles. Flushes of Heat, Palpitations and even
Dlieasr if the Ilnart ,Sa, 101
50
(0
A Case ot Twcnty-elglitTafge rau In morucco. and
Book of Directions (7 00
A Case of Twenty large tials, in morocco, and Book
of Directions 6 00
A Cue of Twenty large tials. plain case, and Book
of Directions 4 to
A Case of Fifteen' sous (No 1 to IS) and Book of
Direction. 8 04
A Case of any But sous (Nos. 1 to 401 and Book of
Directions. 1 00
A Largs case ot 2-ox, tials, for Planters and Physi
cians IS 0
OCR REMEDIES DY MAIL OR EXPRESS.
We send these Remedies, by the tingle box or full cue,
to any part of the country, by mail or express, free ol
cnarge, on receipt or tne price,
. B.
1 large
oeTe&M
The boxes Nos. 1 to 15 ar" iiflllll V"f 111
fcju r r a we or ST case this must
lembered. The vials are uniform in size end price,
and la sending for rial-case, no attention Is necessary on
this point.
Look over tha list -, make up a case of what kind you
choose, and Inclose the amount in a current note or stamps
by mall to our address, at bit Broadway, New-York, and
medicine will be duly returned by mall or express.
VETERINARY HOMEOPATHY
TrnmrlhrevB' BDeeiflo Homoonnthln Hmn.
dios for Horses, Cattle, Bneep, Hogs. Dogs.&o.
The case contalus ten Sneclflo Remedies suitable for all
diseases or ailments to which domestlo animals are subject,
together witn a complete manual 01 directions for use, so
plain and simple that every farmer or breeder can readily
use them. The remedies are put up in large one-ox. Tials of
liquids, and the enure set, and nook, will be sold at g&
Single rials, with directions, at $1 each. Bent by mall or
express, tree 01 cnarge, on receipt 01 ui price.
rnce of boot singly ou cent. -
AGENTS WANTED for the sale of our Remedies in
(very town or community in tha United States. Address
F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
B02 BROADWAY Nrw-Yosi, ,
Agents In Columbus Ohio:
ROBERTS a SAMUEL. Wholesale and nun Tin.
gists, 24, N. High street.
n. m. bauukl, a uo., Druggists, g, s. Hlsh street.
Dublin, Q. W.Evan.
Oahanna, Thos. Young.
London, Ooblenta fc Rldesour
Lafayette, John Snider.
Pleasant Valley, Dra. McCun a Case.
Bomerford Gabriel Prugh.
Weet Jefferson, James Parks.
Worthington, Drs. Toter a Johnson andWm. Bishop.
ITTOall on th annts far one of one Mnnthlv .Tnnra-
ele, gratis, containing much Interesting and valuable In-
unuauon. am l-d.wlv cow.
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RECOMMENDED BT TOT LATE 1
SIR ASTLEY COOPER, ,
Of LOMDsflV. ANTI 9
DR. VALENTINE M0TT
or naw test.
acknowledged Heads of the Profession tn el tha
Avnuspnero,
Tha best Diuretic Tonia. and Inwurorant. Tha
Finest Extract of the ITALIAN JTJNIPEa
BfiBHY. The Purest grid Most Costlw Gin Ex.
. ...
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES.' ' :
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK,
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
l-'or Bala, Flnta and Ouarta bv avar
Druggist, Grocer, or Country Merchant
" look otrx pob bogus
O N D O N G- I N 8.
THE ONLY GEmmfB AHTICLH IS
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
; B, BALDWIN & CO., ' '
, ; Importers, 01 Liberty St.,
'- t- NEW YORK,
Bld In Columbus by ' " ' ' ; , " 1
KeKU t BEBTItlOZ,' .;
vYholesal and Kelai 1 Qrocers, Statesman Building.
. i C. A. WAGNKR. and others. -
In ClncinnaU. by . . BUIRK, ECK8IKLN a CO.,
ecifl-deoditlyw , , . . and others,
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FUE.-sICn KID GLOVES, w -
FREN0H KID Ol.OTEB,
i-i FRENCH KID GLOVES" '
75 cents per pair, same, asatold elsewhere for one
dollar. PETER BAIN, .
nov84. ! Ne. 89 Booth High street.
BAlnOBAl. SKIB1S, ' ,r
Wide, lens and Handsome. The beet stvls ImocrS
a new lot Just reeeived by PETER BAIN,
dec. it. ne. w Bouta tiiga stnet.
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MSCOVM
OF THE AGE.
H1TR. KENNEDY. OF MOXBITIt'.V
lll has discovered In one of our common naature wveda
Every Kind of Humor,
, FROM
The worst Borofhla down to a common Pimple
Be has tried It In over eleven hnndred oases, and nev.
er failed excent in two eases, (both thunder humor. 1 lie
hss now in his possession over one hundred certificates of
Its value, all within twenty miles or Boston.
Two bottles ar warranted to cure a nuralnv aora
mouth.
- One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of Plmntea
ou uic iao.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles
Two bottles ar warranted to cure the worst canker in
tne month or ttomscn.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure tha woral
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor In
ihe Eyee.
. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the car
em oioicnes smong ine uair.
Four to six bo ties are warranted to cure corrupt and
running nicer.
une pottle win cure scaly eruption or the skin.
Two or three bodies are warranted to cure the want
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt-Rheum
Vive to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scro
fula. A benefit It always experienced from the first bottle.
perfect cure Is warranted when the above quantity Is
men. 1
R0XBURY, MASS.
Dkas Maoam: The reputation of the Medical Dls
covery, in curing all kinds of humors, is so well estab
lished by the unanimous vole of all who have ever used
It, that I need not say anything on the subject, as the
most skillful physicians and the moat careful Druggists in
tne country are unanimous in It praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I
do it with a full knowledge of Us curative power, in re
lievlng all, and curing most of those diseases to which
you are nufortunaiely so liable. That moat excruciating
aisease to an aneetioDate mother,
NUKSINO MORE MOUTH".
Is cured as If by a miracle; your own temper . It restored
its natural sweetness, and yoar babe from abort and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of bleeitne to your huslwnd
and household.
In Ihe more advanced stsges of
C A ft K K It
extends to thestnmsch .causing
DYSFEPeTA,
which Is nothing but canker on the stomach; thbn tu the
Intestines and . .
, KIDNEYS, '
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference eves
tue cares or yuurfAimiy. '
1 our stomach it
RAW AND INFLAMED.
your food distresses you, and you can only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half
nourishment it contains, aa the acrimonoua fluid of
the canker eats It op; then your complexion loses its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and your beat
day 1 gone. For want bf nourishment your system be
comes loos and flabby, and th fibre of your body be
come relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery it peculiarly adapted to
coke; v.' '
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the aide. wkua 0
spine and small of&h back, pain of the hip joint
when you retire, Irregularity of the bowels, and also,
that most excruciating of diseases, the
PILES.
How many thousand of poor women are sutferlne from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor does not Inow the cause. I wish to
Impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
prevention is better than a pound of cure," In the
1TIED1GAL DISCOVERY
you have both the prevents ttve and tha rare, with this
great and good quality, that It will never, under any
circumstances! do ycu any Injury. -
.. THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
espedaly Intended for diseases of the blood, but sine
introduction In th Western Slate, it is found to lie
best
AGUE KEJIEDt
that was ever before the public.
No chaoge of diet ever necessary eat the best you can
and get enough ot It.
DuuxTions roa psa Adults on table spoonful par
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions
be applicable lo all cunaitutions, take sufficient to
operate on tne bowels taice a day.
..-.: Yours tiuly,
. : -i i- D0NNAID KENNEDY
Price 1. 00 per bottle. For y every druggist In
unnea mates. sepvi-uatwiy
is
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RQFe L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR,
Effective, 8afs and Economical
Compoond,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
Its original color without dyeing, and preveatlng the
Hair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Andcuring It, when there It the least particle ot vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
AndallcutaneouBaffectlon of the Scalp. .
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uncoaled slots and brilliancy, making
soft and silky tn its texture, aad causing tt to curl
rcauiiy.
Th great celebrity and Increasing detnsnd for this nn
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
Is only necessary to eatl.fy a discerning public of its
superior qualities over any other preparation in use. It
cleanses ths head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly,
giving It a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
where the hair is looseningsnd thinning, It will givs
strength and vigor to the roots and restore iba growth to
parts which have become bald, causing It to kid a
covering of hsir.
There are hundreds of ladles and gentlemen in Nsw
who have bad ihelr hair restored by the us of this
Invlgorator. when all other preparations hav failed. I.
ha In his possession letteis Innumerable testifying
the above facia, from persons of the highest respecta
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
the latest period of tile; and in eaaea where the hair
already changed itsooler, the use of the Invlgorator
with certainly restore it to it to its original hue, glv
it a dark, glossy appearance. A a perfume for Ihe
and a Hair Restorative it is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and tha great fa
cilities It affords In dressing the hair, which, when moist
the Invlgorator, can be dressed In any required
so a topreserro its place, whether plainer In curls;
the great demand for It by the ladle as a standard
toiletartlele which none ought to be witbout,aa the prUe
places it within th reach ol all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cents
bottle, to bt had at all retpeoiable Druggists and
Perfumers.
L. MILLI1 would call tha attention of Parents and
Guardians to tne use of his Invlgorator, In cases where
children's hair inclines to bs weak. The use of it
the foundation for a good head of hair, as it re
moves any impurities that may have become connected
the scalp, the removal of which 1 necessary both
the health of the child, and the future appearance of
Hair.
OarjTtos. Non genuine without the fao-slmlle L0UI3
MILLER being on ihe outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LVJH'il BAIR INVIQ0RAT0R, N. Y., blown In tb
, ,
Wholesale Depot, 55 Dey street, snd sold br alt the
principal Merchant and Druggist throughout th world
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity,' '
also desire to present to the American Public my
HEW AID IMPROVED INBTASTA5E0U8
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of sclentlDo experimenting, I hare
brought to perfection. It djes Rlack or Brown Instantly
wlihoutlnjury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the best
article ot ine una tn existence.
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS. ,
Depot, 66 Dey St., New York.
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Catharine Leathers
Sheriff's Sale.
etal i
5 Sale by order ,il Court,
etal. I
VIKIUtUf AN ORDER OT BALE
to me directed from the Court of Common Pleae of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of
Court House, in the City of Oolumbus.on
Thursday, the 31st day of January, A. D , 1861,
between th hours ef 10 o'clock t. a. and 4 o'clock
the followine described real
county of Franklin, and Bute of Ohlj, to wit; la lot
number fortyone, (41) In th town of Canal Winchester,
wlthall improvements ind appurtenances thereto va
lorising; and also the following described tract or parcel
land, vis: two acres and sixiv.i.ht hnnH,iik. ..
. i..h .i . I : -. : "
. . .... ,i .iu. oi Cui tot number two. fk)
B of Canal Wlnoheeter, (a part of it Ulna a
' .vyvvyeu to uuarie avtathsr and
William Orertaalser In eomnon. bv il.,i fm,.,rrJ
mlnlatratera of Wm. f rv. daeeuail. h..in. j.,. i " .
IBM, and on acre or asid land being a part of iS
B. quarter of section No. 30, township No. 15 rarllia
bealnnlns at the N. w.e.. nr i' r??
sTi. !' ' nn,taa henc with ths west ! ef
lot S. W. S4X poles to a post; thene t. 89 deg X.
S'JVW "" ,PtaJlel with U. first ten
oned line M. 1 deg.K. BI-41 poles to the touthsrly
of th ta Plat of Winchester; th.ncs with the
ef town plat tl3X deg. W. 7-60 poles to ths place
MglttOIDtg . i
Appraised ete-lotNo, 41, S500 00, ", -r"T '
-i aorta snd 08-100, $300 Co. . A !
-ao .'L' - . W-Huif siAir, BoerUr.
decft-cTUiN By Bo. Datis. Den'tt
Printer's fees, IS 00. ' .
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Ths AatiLeAKATtoN or Laaaoasts. There Is a grow
ing tendency In thl age to appropriate the most axprat-1
lv worn 01 otner language, anu siwr wuue teiu-i
eornoiata them Into our owm thus the word Cephalic.
ahlck I from the Greek, elgnlfy log "for the head," la
now becoming popuiarutea in connection witntur. spaia-1
Ing's great hetulach remedy, but It will eoon te used In
a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become
as common as jtisotrotypaana many ewers wnoss ills-1
tlnctlon as foreign words has been worn away by common
usag, until they seem "native anu 10 tne manor twrn."
: ':ardly Bsallsed. .
in '.d nrrihia 'eadachs thl hufternoou. hand 1
stepped into the capothecary', haod says hi to the man,
usb you neas me or an eaaacuei ' -aioes im.ouo
'ard?" sa?e 'e. "Hexoeedingly," says hi, hand npon
that a nve me a Oetihalle Pill, band pon me 'oner it
cured me so quick that I 'army, reamed 1 aa -aa an aa-1
sons,
TH IIiiBirui Is the favorite sign by which nature
aaks known any deviation whatever from th natural
slate of the brain, and, viewed In this light, it may be
looted on ss (safeguard Intended to give notice1 of dis
ease which might otherwise escape attention, till too
late to be remedied; and Its indications should never
be neglected. Headaches may be classified under two
names, vii: Bymptomarlc and Idiopathic. Bymptomatlo
Headache I exceedingly common, and Is tba precursor
of a great variety of diseaaes, among which -are Apo
plexy, Oout, Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases. In
Its nervous form It Is sympathetic of disease of th
stomach, constituting tic Aae?acA, ot heiatle disease
constituting biliov headacA, ot worms, constipation,
and other disorders of lb bowels, as well as renal and
atsrir affeotlons. Diseases of tb heart are very fre-
autotly attended with headaches: anaemia and Plethora
are alto affections which frequently location headache.
Idiopathic headacheis also Tery common, being usually
distinguished by the name of nsreovs keadaoh some
times oomlng ou suddenly In a state of apparently sound
health, and prostrating at ono the menial and, .physical
energies, and tn other Instances tt comes on slowly, her
alded by depression of spiiltt or acerbity of temper. In
moat instances the pain Is In th front ot tha l)ead, over
on or both eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting;
under th 1 olass may also be named Neuralgia.
For Ihe treatment of sither class ot asadach th 0a-
phallo Pills bar been found a aura and aafe remedy, re
lieving the moet acute pains la a few minutes, and, by
lis subtle power, eradicating tb diseases of which head
ache Is the unerring Index .
Bridait. M lit us wants yon to tend her a box of Oe-
phallo Ulue; no, a bottle of Prepared Pills but I'm
tnlnklne that' not Just It naltbert but perhaps la'U be
either knowing what It it. Y toe the' nigh dead and
gote with the Sick Headache, and want some more ot
that asm as relalved her before.
Druoglet You must msan Bpsldlng's Cephalic Pill.
Bridget. Och I sure now and you've ted it. Here's
the qusrtber, and give the Pills, and don't t all day
aDout it, aimer.
Constipation or Cosllvsnsss.
Ko one of the "many Ills that flesh is hair to" la ao
prevalent, so little understood, and so much neglected as
uosuveness,oiten originating in carelessness, or seden
tary habits. It is rgatdd as a slight disorder, of to
littie consequence to excite anxiety, while in reality tt
tn preoursor ana companion or many of tne most fa
tal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradicated,
will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among
tha lighter ivl:s of which Cosllveness Is the nsual atten
dant are tleadache, Collo, Rheumatism, Foul Breath,
Piles, and others of Ilk) nature, while a lung tiam of
irignuui uiseascs, sucu as malignant revere, Accesses,
vyaeniery, uiarrnoaa, vyspeysia, Apoplexy, Jtpllepsy,
Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypochondriasis, Melancholy, and
Insanity, first indicate their pretenoe In the system bv
thlaularnilng symptom. Not nolrequently th diseases
named originate tn Uenstipation, but late on an Inde
pendent existence unless the cause is eradicated In an
early state. From all these considerations, It follows
that the disorder ehould receive Immediate attention
whenever it occurs, and no parson should neglect to get
sex 01 uepnano nils on ine nrsi appearance otto com
plaiut, aa their timely use will expel the insidious ap-
roaches of disease, and dtriy this dangerous foe to
oman life. -I
i A Real Blessing
PhytUlan. Well, sirs. Jones, how 1 that beadacb)
Jfrs. Jonet. Oonsl Doctor, all gone I tb pill you
tentcuied m In Just twenty minutes, and I wish yon
would send me more, so last I oan have them handy.
fhytician You can get thorn at si.y Druggists. Call
Cephalic Pills. I nod they never tali, and I recom
mend tbcm In all cases of Headache.'
Jfrs. Janet. I shall send for a box directly, stud shall
all my suffering friends, for they are a real Hell
ing. I
p....... I
tjlue, and it It estimated that each hutu. u..Vt I
least tea auiiere' i fcu furniture, thus making I
TvnTt tliutostor Dollass Savso. Mr. Spalding I
imm r miiu.a. ot botiics of hi celebrated Pre par-1
aggregate of twenty mllliwii of dollar reclaiming
Mr.nl m.. vj till. vtiuui. ulv.utilMI MSVIDg UIAUS
Ulue a household word, he now proposes to do the
World still greater service by curing all the aching heads
his Cephalic Pills, and if they aiaasgoodas his
Olue, HeacacheswiU soon vanish away Ilk snow In July.
ITPOvia utuiTansMT, and the mental care and anxt. I
Incident te close attention to business or study, an I
u.oDg ine numeruua causes oi neivous Headache. Xlie
disordered state of mind and body Ineldent to thl dis
tressing complaint, I fatal blow to all energy and am
bliivn. Batterers by this disorder can always obtain
speedy relief from these distressing; attacks be u.ln.n,,.
the Cephalic Pills whenever the symptoms appear. It
quiets the overtasked brain, and soothes lbs strained .nd
Jaritng nerves, and relaxes the tension of tb stomach
wnicn aiwaj a accompanies ana aggravates the disordered
condition of th brain.
Facts wostb (Nowise. Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
eanam cure lor eica ueaaacne, Bilious Headache,
as Headache, Cosllreness, and (Jeneral Debility .
OagAT Discotmt. Among the most important otall
great medical discoveries of thl age may be consid
ered the av.lem of T.celn.linn tfr n,nl..lln. mm B..II
the Cephalio Pill for relief of Headache, and ths
xa fl. I-- .t- - ' . . I
of Quinln forth prevention of Fever, either of
Is a sui specific, whose benefits will be experienc
ed by suffering humanity long after tbelr discoverers are
forgotten. -
tTPDid yon ever hare th Sick Headache 1 Do yon
remember th throbbing temple, th fevered brow, the
'"i anu august as toe eignt oi lot or now totally
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th. ...a- Ji- ' lc: . ' v I
on hand tonse as occasion require
.k rtD whlch ,0" !hen, Per,,ocea ' "
olber purposes ou should aiw.va h... .vn..r
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CURE
NervousHeadache
Ihe ase of thess PUti ths perlodlo attacks of Jl'sr-
oToic utaoacAt maybe prersntedi sad If taktn
the commencement of an attack lmmtdiate seller from
paloand sickness will be obtained. '
They seldom fall la removing the Xautta snd Etai-
to whloh fetnalet are as sublsot.
They set gently npon the bowels-removing Oiifiee-
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Mitrary Men,. Simntt, . Delh:at Pemalss',1
all parsons of Udentary habift ' are Talaebta
Xd,re. ImpreeU,, the aafeUtt, glrlng tow. and peT-taVr
THBCBPHALIOPItLSsretitaresnltof longtaTeal
from Utadacbe, whatnsr originating aa the aerrow
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tystetaoriromsnerangeagraieor jns fwaecA. .
are esUrely vegetable in the Is earn position, and
be taken-at ell Urn with perfott safety without
an, .hang, ef dleV o4 th abnnc V any
titagreeaU tatte rtndeft if eaty to adminitttr (Aem to Bom
. .. ciana,
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genuine hT are stgestares ef Henry O. Spalding
nnaaehBox. ':.;:".!'. I,"""' ' '" ' " I s-.
ana cererui'y eonanctea experiments, harlng I
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use mas'J ''' ".wu suae uey nar I
prevented asd Mllsved a Test ssnootit of pain and anter. I
bp Dreggiste and all other Dealers la aledtcines,
Box will b sent by (sail, prepaid, en receipt ef the
PrioosCO Oonts.
orders should be addreseetta -. r ...
IIENU1T 40. SPALDING, :
noTis 48 Cedar Street, Ffew Tark.
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Inordinary cures by my
PECTORAL SYRUP.
They are at horns, and any on who has doubts can in
quire of th person who hay been cured by It. .
XXAUINK LUN03 WITHOUT CHARGE, FOR ALL
TUOsB WHO NEED HIS MRDIOlNEs.
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A case of five reaiV
standing cured by UK. KH Bail's rtUiUsUL BKKUP
,: ; riTTSBUROiI, Jan. 11, IcOO. .
Da. Kxrsia :-Uy wife has been afflicted with a bad
odugh and difficulty of breathing, for five or six year,
which, for several year back, had gradually Increased In
violence. lh complaint baa been hereditary, and ah
had been treated by several physician without any te
ller In thia state of her case, I procured some of your
Pectoral Cough Syrup. Thought, the first time, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her Tery much j I then oalled
and gut a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace ot the former disease,except weak ness.
1 would also state that I used tha medicine my
self to a cold and cough. The medloine cured me by tak
log one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medlcln, and you are at liberty to publish this if you
desire to do to. WM. WILSON,
Alderman fifth Ward
' PtTTSBVSOH, Nor. 18, 1?58.
Da. Ksvkta : Although not an advocate of Patent
ueaicuts, in general, It affords me pleasure Indescriba
ble to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. Asa medicine
t la well worthy the attention of any person ho msy In
any manner be afflicted with coughs, colds aud boarseneaa
of any hind, and for the peculiar quali&callone for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere cold.
I have been, more or less, In my life, affee'ed with Ihe
severest of colds and hoarseness. At time my throat
would become soolused as to prevent my speaking above
a wfclspsr. and by taking a few doses of the above Syrup
It would relieve me entirely.
In leeommending this medicine, I mast unhesitatingly
say that It lathe best remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure the above, nor should any family be without this
remedy fordiseases ao prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Citizens' Deposit Bank .
Stxsehtu.ls,0., March 14, 1MB .
I have used Dr, Keyser's Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of several years slsndlog. and can cheerfully say It Is
the best medicine for Ihe same that I have ever tsken . .
J.W. PRICB
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYSER'S PEOTORAL
SYRl'P. Da. Kiy.es Dear Sir: Excuse the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. I tske great pleasura In saying that It la
all you say It Is. Jtknocktdthe nolle out of my covgh
and the worst on I waa ever afflicted lih: I Lave uot
usel more than one-half of th bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give It as fair a trial
ss I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It Is no
qusck medicine." I would not suffer another such an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than 1 ev r did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gintitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. You are at liberty to use my nam
In this regard, as you think proper K. F. PHaTT.
Aletseoger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Hay 11, lHitf.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltitent. and
who entertain doubts can consult me personally .
Jt. P. f
PlTTSRURon, April 34, 1657.
READ TUB TRTTIT. Da. Kama: I have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad cough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from sou a bottle of vour PKCTOhAI.
SYRUP, and before ehe had uasd half a bottle ebe was
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely of har
cough. joun Darin,
Robinson street, Allegheny.
PiTTsacaoit, December, 31, 1R53
A GREAT CURE BY DR, KBYSER'S PM0TORAL
SYRl'P. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I bad aeonahing and apittlng, which commenced about
the 4th of gebruary last, and continued eight months. I
employed Die best physicians in the country, and my
cough continued unabated uutil early in October. At
that time I was advised tu try your PECTORAL COCQH
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle I
was entirely rree rrom th. cnu.li In. na luma. i hsd -
ersr .r.... .uiog well, snd I ibluk it shonld be
anown uiat wis valuable tea edy will do for others what
It has don lnmycase.
Witness-It. M. Knta.
JOHN C. LITTLi,
reDies townalp.
A WONDERFUL CvAl.
neighbor of mint was very ill. with a bad cough which
every one supposed to be consumption. Hi relative
told ma that o had taken every remedy they heard ef
witnout benefit; his bjolh.r came to see him die, and all
were confirmed In the belief n,.t h. .m ... n
h1 about Ihe third of a bottle of your Pectoral H.rnn
which I gave him, and It entirely cured him. L tha ..inn.
Ishment of all. What snake tb ess more remarkable,
Is tba extreme age of the man, be being abouteiabty year
old. I have no doubt the Pectoral saved his life.
JtiHMN' 01NNI3.
'DR. KEYSER'S PECTnRtr. tvsns arn.i
TILLS. Plssae aend ma ..ih,,.n..i. -i ,f
able ' Pectoral Syrup," Almost everybody around as
the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Syrup." We have soldsixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A. Altar and Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blalisvi le, P , tell us they would not be without It '
In their families. In fact, all who ase it once want it
again. Yours, respectfully,
, J. S. WATTER80N ek SONS
' Janusiy 30, 1860.
2' do K:
flvriln TAT r
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE-DR. KEYSER'S
PECTORAL 8YRUP.-I had been troubled with acongl.
and cold tor several week so bad was it that I could not
sleep. 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
m ucaipuyiiciausiu me city, wnom I could nsme, but do
i nnany procured a bottle of your Pectoral
syrup, which cured me entirely. Signed.
.. J. W.8IMONT0N, . .
23d Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. 9, 18G0.
"BT0P TnATjC0r0niN0."-'now can I do ItT' "Ou
Keyser's on wood street and gtt a bottle of his Cough
Peotoial, and if that don't cure yoo, your case must be
desperate Indeed." Ibis Is a specimen of the colloquy
one hear almost .very day tn cold catcblog periods of
CJ ao w can, irom actual experiment, cheer-
' recionti,-- in a moat stubborn case, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went o Flutbanh
i,k .t . . r " lor: spurgn,
...u wu. v. hv uhliihidi. conirarv. mn 111, ...
tubdusble couibs ws aver exneriene.it ainoa nn. ....... .
apon this mundan sphcr. W coughed steadily and
laboriously for on whole week, In hope of tlringtt out
but it wu no go. In fact It seemed rather to hare im
proved by practice, and to have acnulmt .tr...ii, .
and dittrttiibilily by the operation. In this stage of
the siege, we eou;hed our way ta Keyser's, 140 Wood St.
procured fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;'1 took it
according to directions, end in forly -sight hours ws were
master of th field, the enemv b.vi nnnnrirllllnna llu
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary ss Keyser's famona "flnu.h .
Pectoral. "Vrgumttiill Clipper, Jee. 14, 1M0.
DR. KKYSBR'B PEOTORAT. RVRTTP 1. . '
told by Dr OEOROat U. KKVSfr im U.j '
Pittsburgh, Pa. ' r ' ' '
JET Sold in Columbus by ROBERTS Jt SAMUEL.
rpooTHACHE REKIEDV.
A sure curb; " '
Prepared and sold by
Price, SS cents.
La. 0E0. H. KII8IR,
140 Weed St., PltUbnrgh, Pa.
Ej Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS a SAMUEL '
octk7:2lawdom. i
DR.
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IMPERIAL WINE - BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Lungs should ase theasr -
1 II ri,. ... f nub bi v .-j, it w
PiT.hoM umT" BU,U
au woo sua.r riom unral or Nervous Debility,
Restlessness at sight, Want er Bleep, fcc, should use
All pereons wko ar convalescent sftsr frrerorelhsr
Lswvere. Uctntwea. a al
tli.m.
eeraon. 1...II n. . a.rvlff
,b2?ld a" '"" . . . " 'i act
Thesxedand rofirm sbaold ll,.
All who require a stimulant ortonioeuM us th.o.
All whs ar addicted to the use of ardent spirits no
tatafcrm.ahotild asethea.- ...
UvVrnsTfTh.
mended by temperance oti, clergymen, phyeu
and all friends of humanity.
They are prepaml by an esperleneed and sklllfttl phy-
h.B! n4' sahle trees their mediolnal propertl.s, are a
f "TfTS- -T memcine, are ae-
"2sauouiuusiem.
Mlnlatar of the Oospel,
public spoakers sboald use
Book Raeoera. an I all
Innooentand harmless a the dews of heaven, i
Bold by drutaiats generally
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78 WllUam It., prew York.
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