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THE PENNSYLVANIA
THE PENNSYLVANIA Central Railroad
260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK.
1860. 1860.
Til CuncUyoftbW Road II ifH squat to an
.7 'J' In the Country.
..fctfOjTIIREli THROUGH
uPAOSENGER ,,JTRA1S
KTwiKPliT8BUJiaH AiipfiyLAD!.rniA,
OoanfcUng fllrect'tnShe 'Cnioii Depot, at Pittsburgh,
with Throut(h Trains from til Western Cities for Hhil
delphla, New Vork, Button, Baltimore end Washington
Cltr; that fanhshln facilities to the trarisportstlon nf
Passengers unsurpassed, . for speed end comfort, by any
etber ronton 'n 4,1 f r '
Kip res and Fast Uuu run through to Philadelphia
Without change of Oars or Coaduotors.
Smoking Oan ere attached toeach train; Wood.uUa
Bleeping Can to Express and Past Traini. Tlte si.
raa rtiaa Pallfs Mall and Vast Lin Sundays
excepted Three Daily Traine connect direct for Now
Vork. Bxpree and Pest Line connect for Baltimore
and Washington. . ,
V; . Six Daily Tretat between Philadelphia and New York;
two Daily Traina between New Vork and Boston.--Through
Ticket! (all Kail) are good on either of the ebov.
relas, and tranafera through New York free.
'?' BOAT TICK NTs to Boiton are good via Norwich,
j fall Hirer. or tuontngton I, lore. Baggage transferred
, free, ' ' 1 - '
TICKETS may beoMatned at any of the lmHrUnt
Railroad Offices in the Wat; alio, on board any ot the
' " regular Line of Steamer on the Mississippi ui Ohio
Riven. .
Fare always a low and time aa)Hi:at
,at by anroiherHente,
. , ASK, FOR TICKETS BY PITTSBURGH '
The etanplebjoa at the) Western eonnectlons
Psnnaylvauia Railroad, aukes tola the ..
( the
DISXCT IISI B -TWITS TH XAIT AH THE
...,,.: OKKAT will.
The eoniMotlng of trucks by the Railroad Bridge at
Pltuburgh, .voiding all drayampr ferriage of freight,
together with the earing of time, re advantage readily
. appreciated by Sbtppen of freight, and the Travelling
11 Public. .,
r In freight Contracb) or "nipping Direction!, apply to
or aaurese tuner oi me inuowing agents or ine uompany:
D. A. BTBWAKT, Pltuburgh;
H. 8. PlerceACo..Zanesvillc.O.: J. J.Johoaton, Rip
ley, ., R. McNeery, Moyeville, Ky.; Onnsby ai Crop
per, Portsmouth, O Paddock At Co., Jeffereonvtlle,
tnd.; U. W. Brown A Co., Cincinnati, 0-; Athern a
Hthbert, Ulnrtcnatl, u.; ft V. ueidrua, tiadiaon, ina.
Jot. I. Moore. Louisville. Ky.; P. O. O'Hil.y a Co.
- Bra-aylHe. Ind.: N.W.Graham fc Co.. Cairo, III.; R.
. V. Baaa, Bhaler a Qlaas, Bt- Lou la, Mo. : John II. Harrii,
Nuhvllle. Tenn.t Uarrii X Hunt, Memphis. Tenn
Clarke a Co.. Chicago. III.; W. II. H. Koonts, Alton.
III.; or to freight Agents of Ksllroadi at diuemitpoinlt
in the tveet.
The Uroatesi Farllltlea olfer-d far
liie Protecltau und Hnetay Trans
pcrtatlen el a'l JK,
' And flood Accommodation!, with usual privilege! for
persons travelling in charge thereor.
, iFHEIUHTS. .
' By this Route Freights of all descriptions can be for
warded to and from Philadelphia, New York, Boiton, or
Baltimore, to and from any point on the Ball Roadi of
Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, or
Missouri, oy Jtali Jioatl aired.
The Pennsylvania Kail Road also connects at Pittsburgh
wiin B learners, by wmcn uooai can be forwarded to any
port on the Ohio, Muskingum, Kentucky, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Illinois, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Missouri.
Kansas, Arkansas and tied Hivtn, and at Clevslss
Bandusky and Cnlcaav wlla Bleamara to al Port
North-Weitern Lakes.
Merchant! and Shippers entreating U.- trt,ip,vua
of their freight to this Company, can icly with connaenrs
00 its speedy transit.
TUB RATKS Of FRKIOBT to and from any pout la
the West by the Pennsylvania Rail Road, art at all limn
a avorabU a art thargta oy ttktr M. X. Urns
panUt.
R l particular to mark packages 'u Pniaa,
'. J. BNIKDKR, Philadelphia.
MAQRAV es K0ON8, Ml North Street, rlaltlmore.
- LBMCHstOO., No. SAitor House, or No. I South
a. Btreet, New York.
LaKCUAtCO., No. 77 8 Ute Street lioston.
U. H. HOUSTON, tin'lTrdQUtAijt, Philadelphia.
L. L. IIOUPT, VmH Tletft Jl, 1'hila.lvlphia.
THUS. A. SCOTT, Oen l Hup't, Altnnna, Pa.
Jan I M dly.
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CENTRAL OHIO R.
BETWEEN
COLUMBUS AND WHEELING.
This Is tbe Only Route offering a
'I'Broncb Ticket V Baggage Cberk le
WASHINGTON CITY;
And tht only Bout ffitlng to (it fatttngert tht
' prMltgt of titiling (As Ollet of
lalllmere,PbtlaaelpbIaAcrsewYerK,
At the cost of a Ticket to Xeit York only by other Lines
TWO TRAINS LIAVI C0LUMBT8 DAILY,
Sunusts ExccrrtD.
BXPRKHB AT 3: a. a., stopping stall SUilons
upon signal being given, arriving at Bellalre at !:50 a.
m., oonnectlng Immediately wilh trains on
The Baltimore at, Oblo Kail road
For Baltimore, Washington City and the South, and Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, and the fast. Also with
traiDS on tie .. . -
PENIVSVIA'AMA CfiA.'JKAI.t
via Whsellng Ac PttUbarrh B K,, for PitUhargh, Har
risbargh, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the Bast.
This train also connects at Newark with 8. M. At N. K.
R.,and atlanesYllls with 0. W a t.B. R. for Lancas
ter, ae.
MAIL AT 2:40 p. m., stopping stall Stations upon sig
nal being given, arriving at BuLuia at trvll p. n., con
necting immediately with trains on
The Baltlmere fc Onle Kailreaa
for Baltimore, Washington City and theSootb, and Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, and the Kast. Also with
train on the t,
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL, '
via Wheeling and PltUsargh 8. R., for Plttsbnmh, nsr
rlsbargh, Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and the last.
This train also connects at Zanesvillewith 0. W.aZ,
R. R., for Lancaster, Ac
TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
FROM ALL WESTERN rOINTS,
CSH DtTIMD VfON
Quick Time and Sure Connection's:
Amu Tin Bora Allows? rot Meals.'
SLEEPING CARS on ALL NIGHT TRAINS
Ask for Tickets via Col ambus and Wheeling
for farther Info matins, and 1roJ Ttetttt, apply
lo a. a,. wnBnxr.j i.KHi Agens, union Depot.
H. i. JBWBTT, President, Zanesvllle.
--. - JOHN W. BROWN,
novSG ; :r . fleatral Ticket Agent, Oolnmbu,
to
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BALTIMORE AND OHIO
iart'ti
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RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TERMIIATi: AT WASH I JfOTOS
and Baltimore on tht last, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkeraburg on tbe West, at which places tt unties
with Railroads, Steamers, sic., for and from all points
in ins 1 .
Weatf SeatJaracst ttael Nerth-wtt
THKEE TEATJJ8 DAILY : .
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
1 . Tbto tt tht only mate to Washington City.
Passengers by Oil! rente can runt Baltimore, 'Phila
delphia, New York and Boston, at the cost of a ticket to
Boston alone by other lines.
Through tickets to the Bat tern el lies can be procured
via wasningron uiiy at an aaauionai enarge 01 two dol
Surnniea Oiks Arrears 10 ALL Nrttrr Tains.
"Rmtaf qykt-andjar alio as ia amy tiUr
Inquire for tlekett via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any or the principal Railroad offices In tht West,
J. it St
1. IK,
SULLIVAN, Oen l Western Ageat,'
. tULLaias, Wiio,
-ui,,enerai Ticket Agent,
W. P. B.alTH, Master Transportation,1 '
':t-u 0 tTioa.iid.
and
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AGlUCl)lTDllALWAREnOIJSB
iAnd Sead StoroV : i
, PSALIR if,j.i::u ..1
GEHERAL HARDWARE
BTAILB, 0LABBi SABH, PUTTY, 00RDAO1,
URsi, piatolas Wee Wlllew,Ware,
Leather and . flubbsr BalUm,
Faeklng. ' .
Jtact Leather, Bote 'and
. voj-uiy
E.t.l'COLLISTER,
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS,
p iiT siiun(rn;ttp ft
KVrtSl.txatl7 . tU tttt) TSI
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GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61. Winter Arrangement---Time Changed.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61. Winter Arrangement---Time Changed. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
one:
RAILROAD,
For
4 lu h o ConnecIng Arsstllno with the ' "
Pittsburgh,' Fort ayne & Chicago
HA1LKOAD
Pittaburgh, Philadelphia and Balilmore
Aim for t ort Wayne ana Chicago.
Osnaeetlng at Olevekad with the '
Lake Shore Railroad
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Boston
, (. ( ,;.jNeif York . .- j t
mWO TKAINS OAIIiV (except Sunday)
X from Columbus,! In connection with Trains on the
Little Miami ft Columbus k Xenia Railroads
FIRST TRAIN. !
NIGHT BXPRB88 Leaves Columbus k( 3:95 a.
Will leave passenger! at all stations, south of Gallton,
ton at Delaware. Ashler. Oardiorton. flllead and at all
ststlons North of Oalllon, arriving at Cleveland at V
a. m., Dunkirk 4:9U p. m., Buffalo 0 05 p.m.. New York
tS 03 p. m., Boston 4:3u p. sa., Pittaburgh via Crest
line 3:40 a. m., Philadelphia 7:00 a. m., Chicago tia
QraftonU OOp. m. Also ronnectlnS at Shelby for
points on the Sandusky, Mansfield k Heward Bsilroad,
8I00NB TRAIN.
HAIL AND IX PR! 88 Leaves Columbus at ):00
m.. will aton at all sutlons south of Shelby, and at Sal
em. NewXoaden. Wellington, 6 rift o a and Berea, arriv
ing at Cleveland 8:50 p. m.. Dunkirk 3:00 a. m., Buffalo
4:35 a. m.. New York 10:00 t. at.. Boston l'i:20 a. m.
PitUbarBhta0restllns8:3Ja. sa., Philadelphia 5 00
m.. CbioagoetaOraftonat 10:30 a. m. . Also connecUat
Shelby for all points on Sandusky, Mansfield at Newark
Railroad. . . t
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on al
M A fSJt.. . frL ? . t a- .
jNigai xrauu w vucasjo, aewi or
and Boiton.
ST Baggage Checked Through lo New York
ana tsaiton Ms) Vlevetana, a (so fo fnuaaeipma
Nm York Crottlim. - -MTURNINO.
.
Night Iipress arrives at Columbus at 1:30 a. m.
Cincinnati Bxpress arrives at ColumbU! at 1:40 p
Fare as Low as by any other Route.
Ask for tlcksts efci Crestline or Cleveland.
Junel'J - '
I. S. f LINT,
Buper't, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMIB PATTKR80N, Agent,
- Columbus, Ohio.
Wholesale and' Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCERIES
No. 106 South High Street
Win. Mcdonald,
: DEALER IN '
TEAS, v
FINE & STAPLE; GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dally Arrlral el lieed.
For the Fall ami Winter Tiude
Of .1860-61.
inpKETDBNINO SINCEHE THANKS
TO THE PCB1.IO for past ravors and patran-
. . . nn,n. mm M ( K k . - M . -W
age, Sod Ceing Ifninniiiiii&aF iv insnsa
eontlnsaae of sme by atrlcl atleasliea te
rale, and presaat aellTery eed,
I would call tbe sseUee of toe public to the fact that
having a Large and well Relectea Sleek on
hand, and being In' daily receipt of goods from tbe differ
ent markcta, I Batter myself that I can offer to the citl
sens of Columbus, or to any who antydeslre ss.purrt.sse.
an assortment of articles appertaining to theOKOCKRY
trade, ITNEQDALED by any hones In the city.
The price and quality of the goods offered, I gnir.
antee te give eatlafaclleu.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
Dov27. ' WM. McDONALD
CONVICT LABOR FOR HIRE.
OFFICE OHIO PKNITINTIART, (
CoLDMSt's, 0.. Nov. 23d. IHfiO. i
SEALED PROPOSALS) WILL HE HE.
ceived at the office of tbe Ohio Penitentiary until
Mondav. January Slst. 1801, at 9. P. M.. for the labor of
from One Hundred to One Hundred and Twenty are Con
ilcts In this Institution, for five Years.
Bhop room furnished and discipline maintained at the
expense of the State.
Bidders will specify the kinds of work, tht number of
men, and the price per day for labor.
lHda by parsons not contractors will be considered for
any business not now carried on in the Prison; and from
present contractors for their present bus'ness, and for
any other not in connici wiin me laws 01 me oiate or ex
isting contracts, tne iiireciors reserving ine ngnt to at
lect sues bias ana Dullness as win nest promote ins in
terettof the Institution, and conflict the least with tbe
mechanical Interests of tbe State.
No bid secured for less than Twenty or more than Fifty
men In any one contract. Successful bidden required
give satisfactory security.
1. A. PRINTICK, Warden,
N. ME RIO V.
TILKO. OOM8T0K, Director!
decj-dtd
H. B. PARSONS.
IMPORTED GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED'
80 cases Italian Oil, Barton At Co,, for table gar.
IO
4
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to
15 dm.
f ranch Mustard. favorite brands
Boned Sardines, tbe BEST Saxdloet Imp'td
of Capers and Olives.
Table Baaces "Lea a Perrin's Worcester
shire," "Borer's Saltans," "John Bull,"
--survey, -neauing.-Walnut
and Tomato Catsap.
Croat k. Blackwsil'a ttlebraltd Ingllsh
rmies, eonsisung of "uannnower," f I
caUli," CkosMJIww," "Walnat," "On
. Ion," "Cabbage,'' "Beans," ."Uherk's"
- M'zPicklet. .,. ,.. . ....
London Porter. . ,
Campbsn't celebrated Scotch Ale. '
Q eases utnger riesarrea. '
2 O boxes Italian Macaroni and Vermacllla.
t gross Oca's Oelatlne.
Coleaaan's cclrsrated Kaglish Mustard, in ttgs, bores,
and bottles.. ,,-. ,
now - wm. McDonald.
SO
100
WE WISH TO CALL THE ATTEN
Uoaof r
TUL EH. OTT A JJTTO
' V ): ' oca assoaTtjawr or
Watches, Tools and Materials
Imported dtrtetly frost tht Mannfactofiae ef Bnglaad
Bwlissrland, and which wt will tell at low. If not
lower, than any other Importing house la the United
States.
t .r-.i 1 r L. 1.I1KJUBRITJZ It BORS.
'v - 1 v 71B. High St., Oolumbns,
decldl - BS Maiden Lane, New York.
S. DOYLE & CO.
Mannfactartrs snd Wholesale Dealers in i
BOOTS ANDf JSHOES,
Sontheart Corner of High and Cay Sts., .
COLTjiriBVS, ....omo.
"A large Stock ef flnt and Staple Goods oa hand."
y31-dtl "' '
, SUNDRIES.
nege v, .j. Arrow moot, f
nnr loar . .
Pearl Barlrf ' ' ' :
Cracked Wheat
Coco
Oream Tartar,
flgt . .'..'
heedless Rait Ina .
Paaehe. . .
freth Cann'd F rolls ot tvery desctiptitn: '-
jellies ot aitamas;
flavoring KxtracUof all klndt.' 11 ' 11 '
.. Qam Drops; Mixed Candles; " "
Almonds, filberts, Pecon Nuts, ' , '"' 'J
Mngtisb Walnuts, Bratll Nuu.etc,'1
noS7 WM. MoUONALD.'
TAPIOCO,
-Arrow Root, .
Scotch Oat Meal
. SpUtfeat j,.;o
ChocoUte
Brotna.ett."' ".
Soda
. Prunes
fresh Totsatoes
Oreen Corn
JOSM H WHZZLZB,
AGENT FOR HOlffE, CONTINENTAL,
MaWRaTTsJi. sutceanrr.-aad Iavnasf nu law. Co. 'a
Yoaa: MaaeiuwTt) tad Cm f ma c HaSTroasi
Toaa lira and Oomr. MtrroaL litre
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JU8T RECEIVED BY
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WTeL A. GILL.
No. 30 North High Street,
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On of tht larfeit anfl Beat Selected Attest 1
OF
'KVBR OFPKRRD IN THIS OITYI
House Builders'
Furnishings
Of KVKRY 8TYLI AND QUALITY. j .
Crenels tt American
"Wlxi.cl.o-w GrltXBtm I
PA I NTH HUHNI IN Oil., '
and put np In half poind cans for family use, and Dry
, ', ." ' Paints Id bulk.
Brushes ol every1, variety & quality
,r. - .-A Splendid Assortment of
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MACW1NISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATER1ADS
AXES GRINDSTONES, A.o
OI'NS, PISTOLS, SHOT, A
FISHIN(3 TACKLE
ROPE & CORDAGE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RT'BBER
BELTING
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, Aro, .
, SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
t especially Invite the attention of all Interested to my
stock of Pocket and Table Outlery, anJ
alf.VEH PLATED t'OIIKN,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
of KOOIKRS Al BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted tons
extrabeavy, Ilectro Plated.on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchants, Merhsnlcs, and others, are Invited
to call and examine ay Stock, as I am prepared to sell
Wholesale and ReUII. WITI A. Ull.l..
Oolumbns, Ohio, Ma 8, imo
HE BEST AND 'CHEAPEST
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PARKER
SEWING MACHINES.
' PRICE 840,
AND WARRANTED
Equal to Any Other
Far all Family Pnrpeset,
Besides being mora simple, durable, and eatilv ODented,
Call and see!
Offlot, Armory Bali, ovsr Bala's Storo.
ort3-dtf C. T..FL0WBRS, Agent.
NEW TREATMENT.
WvaU and flonfidontlal
MEDICAL ADVIOE
AT TUB '
BUFFALO PRIVATE HOSPITAL.
Established for tbe rare of SypMU, Seminal Weatneet,
end Us dear JhkmiUet of Youth and Maturity
Dytpeptia, General Debility, Jeter and Ague, J
frmitieeof Youth, Old Age, tie.
SO MISCVSY VSSD,
Dr. Amoa tSo Son.
Comer of Mala and Quay Su., Buffalo V. Y
ABB THE ONLY PHYSICIANS IN
the Stats who are memben of the Rovsl Colleea of
Barfeons, Londoo. May be consulted from 8 o'clock In
lbs BtorniBg anil 0 at Bight, la every Stat and symptom
of disease. Ths treatment they adopt it tbe result ol
onwards of thirty yean exteasivt practice In Buropt and
A MOST SCIfNTIflO nmiTTION.'
Aa metre taent for the ear at Rattans! lalsrions
aton proper If known as Beminal Weakness, etc. Curbs
psraunently cared from fifteen dan to two months
tbe ass ef tola lustra men t, when ased conjointly will
ajedtelnee.
YOCHJMIN TAI1 PARTI0CIARN0TI01.
Dr. AMOS At SON take r assure In announelm that
they have Invented a most Important Instrument for lbs
can ef the above diseases. lthaa been subjected to a test
oy tne most eminent pnysieians in iKnaon, rsris, Phila
delphia and New York; it has been declared the only use
ful Instrument ever Invented for tht ran of Seminal
Weakness, or any disease csassd In the secret habttt ef
yoain. rnca.iunyatsii or express.
N. B. Dr. AMOS At BON, la order to tattafy the most
saepucai as 10 us menu ot una instraaest, pledge
themselves that la an Instance where it ma nroi an.
satisfactory, after a (air trial, the money will be refunded
by retaraing the instrument la good order.
' COUNTRY INVALIDS.
Pertons In any part of tht world may bt ancceasfnllt
treated by forwarding a correct detail of their case, with
remittance lor meatcines, etc.
Address Dr. AMOS A BON. toner of Main and On..
oauaiu w. a. man i-qstw ir
JohnN
V
Vnvld Davis andWife
oheruTs Sale.
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Common Pleat.
BY VIRTUEOF AN ORDER OP NALfc
to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas ot
fnntllo'eoanty, Ohio. I will offer for tale at the door of
tne uourt jionss, in we city 01 uolumous, on
Batnrday, tbo 19th day oi Jannary, A. D. 16G1,
between the bonn of 10 o'clock A. M. aad 4 o'clock t
the following described real estate, eltuate la tha
County of Franklin, and Slate of Oblo, to wit: Beginning
un uvna vmi wrnoroi aan section nomoer inirtv
one. and township twelve and range twenty-one. Refugee
tract, running tbencs sooth with tbe south line of said
section one haadred and atventy-fonr and one half
rods, thtnee west thirty-six and two-third 1 rodi. thence
north one hundred and seventy lour and one-hslf rods,
tbe Hebron Road, thence east thirty-six and two third
rods, touts place 01 beginning; containing forty acres.
ADPralsedat S37precrr -
fritter's feet tt 60. .' , a ft. W. HTTfr MAN, Sheriff,
deolHlMAttw
Rkkley A
v.
Norman Gay
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Brother ) y- : ...
Bupirior Court
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDEH OF SALE
to me directed from tht Superior Court of frank
aoonty, Ohio, I will offer for salt at tht door of tbe
Ooart House, in tne city of voiaabaa,n
Saturday, the 26th day of January, A. D. 18C1,
between the boon of 10 o'clock A M ., and K o'clock P
the following described real esUte, In tbe toanty of
franklin, and state or vnio. 10 wit: ran or survey
7tW. beginning at a Jack Oak, tht tod of I he flflh
of Wi Davit' tana; Ihence North 0 dtg. H) tnln.,
111 Doles to a Doit. North-east oomer of 0. Davla:
taeoee North 88 deg. 4.1 tnln., last Kl po fee 17 links to
poet In tbe noeof w, uoiemant tnenct WHO said lint
Boalh u deg 30 mln., west n .i4 poles to a post, a hick
ory and elm: thence West I'lt poles to ths beginning.
containing K acres more or lets. Appnlsedat Sir,
acre. . .' i , t . -s i a- t i
rnnttn' feet, Wt.sa . , , I
. , ' .0. W, HUFFMAN, Sheriff
declrltdfcdtw ' and Matter Commissioner, ,
PEARL BTAKCli.
1.SO0 lba. Madison. Wart A flo'a aaee. nnehn.1.
Pearl Starch, a loperior article, received la ttore,
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ran Remedies are esrefuIlV ttrwared under the dlreot
nnarvtatosiand tnsneetloa of Prof. HUMPHRBYB. In order
to snees mas great ana ions rssussai wans oi sne puuuo,
oasaeiT, nniee lor aJiue more oommoo ana aunpit au.
menteof Ufa 1
A moment's reflection win show that a vast majority
disease! from which we suffer and die, were, at their com
sieacemenl, simple and trifling. A mere sold, a alight diar
rhea, a pain In the side, or a headache, or hoarseness,
Brat easily cured and subdued, In time kesemes a consump
tion, a lever, a dangerous avsentery. uroun or ouier
eJsesse. which all the powers of medicine fall to arrest.
jereia theae remedies supply a great pabllc want. Being
en hand, simple, so 70a know at ones what to take
pieasant. so as to cause no repngnanoe eaie, sou hbbm
occasioning no risk, while the curative effects are positive
and certain, they are taken, and at once tbe spell Is broken
ana tneaanger auayeo.
Exoerlenoa has amnlv confirmed tbe ate of these reme
dies for families and private persons, as being ni aan
pas, TBI host siarLS aid ooavniarr, as hoot man
ijrn asuisn
Thonsanda am and have been tudns them for lome fire
years past, In every aecuon of the country, wiui atmosi
Invariable success .All speak In the highest terms of their
simplicity and certainty, ana among onr uunurra ui
arents .tht uniform lesUmon- M, that they giro good
aatuiactMB to their customers.
1. Ii I :rM..,
25
; list of '
HnMPHRKYS' BPECIflO BOMXOPATHIO EKMED1ES
No,- ' Wot of Single Boxes cent!
1. niiMa V.vm. floneMtlon. and IntlammaUon
Heat. Pain. Reatleasness. SI
B Curea Worm i'ever, Worm Colls, Voradont
Appetite. SB
8 Cures Oolio, Teething, Crying, and Wakefulness,
Blow Growth, and feebleness of Infants. 1 S3
4 Curet Diarrhea, of Children or Adults, Cholera
Infantum, and Bummer Complaints,... S3
6 Curet Dysentery or Bloody Flux, Collo,
uripings. iunous Uouo, rau vvsenwry.
a Curea dhnlam. Cholera Morbus. Nausea, and
Vomitlnir, Asthmatic Breathing. SS
7 Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
lnfluiia, and Sure Throat, SS
8 Cure a Toothache, faceacht, Nervoni Pains,
Neuralftla, an I Tlo Dolnreux SS
Ctrret Headaches, Sick Headaches, Vertigo,
Rush of Blood to the Head S3
10 Cures Dyspepsia, Weak, Acid, or Deranged
Stomach, Constitution, Liver Complaint, SO
11 Cures Suppressed Menses, or Scanty, or
Delavlng. Oreen Sickness. SB
13 Cures Leueorrbea or Whites, Bearing Down,
too Profuse Menses. S3
IS Cures Croup, Hoarse Croupy Cough, Difficult and
Oppressed Breathing. S3
I- Cvres Bait Rheum, Crusty Kniptloni, hryalpe-
Ms. Ben Id Head. Harber'e Itcn . xo
IB Mrt-ea Rheumatism. Pain. Lamrnen
nest In the Chest, Back, Side, or limbs S3
IS Cures Fever and Atrue, Interml".
19 Ji'or Kbeumatlaui. Pain. Lameness, or Soreness
In the Chest, Back. Side, or Limbs S
16 For Fever and Aarue. Intermittent Fever,
t . . - m.i . . . .. . w :
vumu itnuc, uiu iivr.cii.iD Aiim. i
IT For FUOS, Internal or External, Blind or Bleed
ing, rtecent or uosnnaie.
IS For Opthalmy, Weak or Inflamed Evet or Kye-
llils, 1'aiUng or Weak Slirht -.
19 For Catarrh, Acute or Chronic, Dry or Pinning.
Cold In the Head, Influents, ." .In
SA For Whooping: Cough, shortening and nalliat-
log It, or Suasmodio Cuuch !M
SI For Asthma, Oppressed, Ii ftirutt, I..ilinre.
Breatliing, Couirh and Rxnectoratlon Ttt)
St For Ear Discharges, Noise In the Head, Im
paired Hearing, Earache. 'M
IS For Scrofula, Enlarged Glands and Tomll,
Bwelllngs, snd Old Ulcers. : ; M
M For General Debility, Physical or Nervous
Weskness Ml
13 For Dropsy. Fluid Accumulations, Tumid Pn ell
Inga, with Scanty Hecrcllorn fo
24 For Bea - Biokness, Prostration, Vertigo,
Nausea. Vomltlni M
IT For Urinary Diseases, Gravel, Renal Calculi,
Difficult or Painful Urination. Ml
29 For Beminal Emissions, Involuntary Ills-
charges, and Consequent Prostration and lia
bility UK)
For Bore Mouth, or Btomaoaoe, Cankered
Mouth of Adults or Children M
BO For Urinary Incontinence, Wetting the BrJ,
too ireouent, patniui, or seaming urination. mi
For Painful Menses, Pressure, Crump or
- Spasms, at the tlme;os Itching and Irritation :
Pruritis. 1.. . Mi
For Bufferings at Change or Life; Irregu
larities, Fltvmes of Heat, Palpitations and even
laea f the Heart ,, lli
PHICB.
Caseot Twenty-eight large vials In morocco, and
Book of Directions 7 IK
Cite of Twenty large VULa, In morocco, and Book
of Direction! C 00
Case of Twenty large vials, plain case, and Book
of Directions 4 14
Case of Fifteen soils (No! 1 to 15) and Book of
Directions 2 00
Case of any Six Boxes (Not. 1 to IS) and Book of
Directions. ; 1 00
Large case of S ox vials, fur Planten and Physi
cians , 16 0
OUR REMEDIES BY MAIL OR EXPRESS.
We send these Remedies, by the tingle box or full esse,
sny psrt of the country, by mall or express, free ot
charge, en receipt nf the price.
N. B. The boxes Not 1 to -IS are small slie. Not. 10 to
large also, and In making up a 1 or $1 case thbrmust
remembered. Tne vials are uniform in Hie and price,
and In sending for a vial-case, no attention Is necessary on
wis point.
Look over tht list : make up a rase nf what kind vou
cnoose, ana inciose tne amount in a current note or stamps
msii to our au ureas, st oos uroaaway, new-xorx, and
meuicine will ue uuiy reiurneu o, jnau or express.
VETERINARY HOMEOPATHY.
Humrjhrevs' BDeoiflo He- lermathlo Hom
dies for Horses. Cattle. Sheet). Hoes. Does. An
The case contains ten Hneclflo Remedies suitable for all
diseases or ailments to which domestic animals are subject,
togetner wiui s complete manual oi airecuoni for use, to
plain and simple that every farmer or breeder can readll
them. The remedies are nut nn In larre one-os. vials nf
liquids, and the entire set, snd book, will be sold at 13.
Single rials, with directions, at Al each. Sent by mail or
express, iree oi cnarpe, on receipt oi ine price.
mce oi dook singly ou cents.
AGENTS WANTED for the tale of our Remedies In
tvery town or community In the United Blates, Address
F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
DOS BROADWAY Nrw-Ynak.
7Atents In Columbna Ohio-
KOBEBTSat SAMUEL. Wholesale and R.l.ll Tin..
OA W TK.V. B
BB1i"L CO., Drngyisli, M 8. High itreet.
vuiiiii, a, vr.van..
Oahanna, Thoe. Yonng.
London, Ooblenta A Ridenour
Lafayette, John Bnider.
Pleasant Valley, Dra. McOune A Case.
Bomerford. Gabriel Prugh.
West Jefferson. James Parka.
Worthlngton, Dn. Toser It Johnson and Wm. DUhop
ITPCall On the asenta for nil. of An, Ltnnlltl T.nH,.
, gratis, cuntaming mucq interesting and valuable In;
ang i-aawiy tow,
RBCOmrETOED BT TUB, LAT1
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
OV lYlNIVitr a wrr 9
DE. VALENTINE MOTT
sckaowledgsd Beads of the Profession ta althei
Bemlsphere. .
Tho best Dioretie, Tonio, and Invifforaiit eTb
Extract of the ITALIAN JTJNIPEB
BBBBY. The Tnrest and Most Costly Gin Ex-
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
nival iisri c to tuc oirtr
. INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale. Flnta antl On art K
i- ri 7 J . - j
"t6""t , ox uounwy iuercuailt.
LOOK OUT FOR BOGUS
ON DON GINS.
TBS ONLY ORWrrrrwra awi nre,
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 91 Liberty St.,
, . Nurw VORK.
In Columbnt by . "
UcKll A BESTISAUX',
Wholesale and Betel I Grown, Statesman Building.
0. A. WAONHR. and othen.
Olnclnnsll, by 8UIRB, ICKBTEIN A CO., '
snd othen.
FRENCH KID GLOVES, . l .
i VRRNCH KID OLOVES, I - n-
FRENCH KID QI.OVES . I .
cents per pair, saint as sold elsewhere for one
PETKR BAIN.
noviM. No. 90 South High ttrcet.
!
iu
per
the
for
u.
T
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MORAL SKIRTS.
Wide. Long aad Handsome,
Tht belt ftyJl Import.
new lot Just received by . PETER BAIN,
11. nv. v Diniiu iiihu rcvi .
.'i,iira .') t f i-tir: ..n.i "
the
m.,
of
acre
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part
3d,
above
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Discovery
of the Age.
MR. KENNEDY, OF HOXBCBYi
has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that curet , ,..
Every Kind of Humor,
- ., FROM :"
Ths worst Sororala'down to s common Pimple.
Be has tried It In over eleven hundred easel, and nev
er failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor.) lie
has now In hit possession ovsr one hundred certificates of
1U vslue, all within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to curt a nursing tore
month.
One to three bottlei will cure the wont kind of Pimples
on tbe face.
Two or three bottles will eiesr tne syitem or biret.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker In
tht mouth or stomach.
Three to firs bottles art warranted to cure tht worst
kiod of Bryslpelai.
One to two bottlei are warranted to euro all humor In
the Byes. ...
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the tart
and blolchet among tne nair. ' - ......
four to aix botlai are warranted to curt corrupt and
running ulcers.
One bottle will cure seal? eruption or ins Ikin
Two or three bottlei art warranted to curt tht worst
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottlei are warranted to cure tht most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure aait-itneum.
Fire to eight bottlei will tart the wont esse ot scro
fula.
A benefit la always experienced from the flnt bottle.
a perfect cure It warranted When the above quantity it
en ROXBDRY, MASS.
Dill NtniM
covery. In curing all kinds of humon. It so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever need
It. that I need not sav anything on the suhjeot, as tha
most skillful physicians and the moat careful Druggists In
tne country are unanimous in us praise.
In nresentins the Medical Discovery to ronr notice. I
do it with a full knowledge of IU curative power, in re
lieving all, and enrlng'moet of those diseases to which
you are unfortunalely so liable. That molt excruciating
dlseaie to an affectionate mother,
NURSING MORE MOUTH,
Ii cured si If by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
to Its natural aweetness. and your babe from short and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and tha Medical
Discovery become! a fountain of blessing lo your huihand
and household.
In the more advanced stages of
CANKER
Itexleniti to the stomach .cautlng
DYSPEPSIA,
which Ii nothing but canker on the itiynach; then to tht
inirtuiirs snu -
K I H N E YS
creatinga sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evti
to tne cares of your umuy.
Your stomach ii
HAW ANU INFLAMED,
your food distresses yon, tnd vou can only take certain
klodi, and even of that your system does not get half
the nourishment it contains, as tne acrimonoui nnia oi
ths canker eats It up; then yonr complexion loses Its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and your best
day Is gone. For want of nourishment your system be-
eomes loose and flabby, snd tbe fibres of your body bt
come relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which Iht
Mediral Dlscoveiy Ii peculiarly adapted lo
cv he;
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the aide, weakness o
the spine and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
wnen you retire, irregularity oi ine poweia, too aitt,
tint moil excruciating oi diseases, tne
PILES).
How many thon'sand of poor women are suffering froi
thll disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor does not know ths cause. I wish te
Impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
of prevention is better than a pound ot care," In the
MEDICAL DISCOVERY
yoa have both the preventative and tht tare, with thlt
gnat and good quality, that It will never, nnder an
oircuuituuiwa, u yon ray injvry. .w.-...
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Ii esueclaly Intended for dlteaies of ths blood, but tlnct
lis introduction In the Western Slates, it it found to be
the belt
AtJUE KEMEDl
that was ever before tha public.
No change of diet ever necessary eat the best you can
and get enough of it. -
DiatcTions roa est Adults ont table spoonful per
day Children over ten yean, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight yean, tea spoonful. Al no directions
can be applicable to all consitntiom, late sufficient to
operate on the bowel! twice a day.
. Yours truly,
DONNALD KENNEDY.
Price SI. (HI per bottle, for y every drngglit In
tne united mates. sepvi-dawiy
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR IM VIGOR ATOR,
An Effective, Safe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To III original color without dyeing, and preventing the
li air irom turning grey.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Ami curing it, whtn there Ii tht ltast particle of vitality
sir recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cn tsneout affections of tht Scalp,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR
ROXBUHY, M ABB. I
The reputation of the Medical Bit
a
ty
of
Imparting to It an unenaled glon and brilliancy, makins
..j .Ul, i it. i.v.r, .A :. ..... I
" , " ' -a vri i
Ths great celebrity and Increasing demand for this un.
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that ont
trial it only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
superior qualities over any otner preparation in use. It
cleanses the bead and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous disease!, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly,
giving It a rich, loft, gloety and flexible appearance, and
alio, wnerc me Hair u loosening snd thinning, it will gie
strength tnd vigor to the roots and restore ihe growth to
ooan pans wmcn nave Become naia, earning it to yield a
resh covering of hair.
There are hundred! of ladlei and sentlemen In New
York who have had lhair hair restored by the use of thlt
Invlgontor, when all other preparations have failed. L.
at. nu in on possession letten Innumerable teatifvlne
um .WT. (wis, ii jui prnuui oi uic mgnest respecta
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of life: and In oases wher.'iha hair
nss aireaoy cnangea ill color, Uis use of tbe Invigoretor
will with certainty restore it to It to lis original hut, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. At a perfume for the
tonetanua nair ttesiorauve it is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance: and the sreat fa-
duties It affords In dietelnt the hair, which, when moist
with tbe Invigoretor, can be dressed In any required
iorm to as to preserve in piece, wneiaer plainer in curls:
hence the great demand for it by the ladles as a standard
toiletartlcle which none ought to bt without,as the prlct
pieces it wiinw tne reacn ot an, Deing
Only Twenty-Five Cents
bottle, to be had st all respectable Dinggliti tnd
rennoera.
L. MILLER would call tht attention of Parent. an,l
Guardians to the use of hit Invlsorator. In rjuu wh
children's hair lncllnei to be weak. The use of It
ays ine foundation tor a 000a Ataa or nair, aa it re
moves any impurities that may hare become connected
with the scalp, tha removal of which hi neceaaar. bath
the heal th of the child, and the future .appearance of
nair. , . .
Caution. None genuine without the fae-slmlle T.OTTTH
BiuLEtt Deins on me outer wranner: alio. I., un.
LER'S HAIR INVIUORATOlt, N. Y., blown In tht
glass.
WholMalt Depot, 58 Dey itreet, tnd told by all tiit
principal Merchants and DrpggUU throughout the world
Liberal discount to purchasen by tht quantity.
I alto desire to present' to tbe American Public my
KirW A9TJ IUFSOVED DIIIASTA5E0TJS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, afttr yean of tcientlle experimenting, I havt
brought to perfection. It dyes Black or Brown Instantly
withoullnjury to tht Balr or Skin; warranted the best
article of tut tint in existence. - - , .
a
PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS. : ;
Depot, 5G Dey , St., .New York,
0stS8:datwly. .' :i..-J ' - : ' 'v!V
- Sheriff
CharletW.Bpcaktotal t - 1 . -
vs. 1. ... Salt by order of Court.
Catharine Leatbera et al. )
VIHlUEVr ANOHDEHOF RALE
to
mt directed from the Court ef Oommon Pleat of
franklin count. Ohio, I wlU offer for salt at tbe doo ef
Court House, in the oily of Colombo, on : ..
Thursday, the 31st (Jay of January, A. D , 18C1,
between tht houn of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.
tht following described real estate, tttnatein tht
county of franklin, and Stat of Ohio, to wis: In lot
number forty.one, (41) in tht town of Canal Winchester,
wunaii improvements sua appartenancee tnerelo be
loniing; and also the following described tract or parcel
land, vis: two acres and sixty-eight hundredth! of an
oi una oa tne west aide oi eat. tot a umber two. til)
. v. . r - ii, ,. . ..... r '
ui. wwu v. vw.i ,, i.uw.w,, . jw-trt oi it nsing a
of the none land conveyed to Charles Leathen and
William Overbalser in common, bv deed from tha is.
mlolttretore of Wm. fry, deceased, bearing dale January
1H55, and ont acre of said land being a part of the
C. quarter of section Ho. JO, township No, IS, rang
beiinntnt: at the N. W. corner ef ont-lnt Mm a. .
described; running thence wilh tha -wast Ilea of
lots. W. 24 X poles to a post; thence E.6vdef
poles to a poll; thence parallel with tat anltsea
tioned line N. 1 deg. M. BUI poles to the southerly
of tht town plat of Winchester; thence with the
of town plat N. 03 deg. W, T-6v poles to the placw
a-gmnuig. . .. , s ;i ) t .,u .t.-l"i
Appnlsedat Lot No. 4LSJ00 00. ---r
,",'. 9 acrst and 6S-I0O, S0 00. '.-'
'" , , ii .fl.W.HUfffMABJ.ahsvuT.t
1 4(c-dltw4w . . i , - ,i i B n. Dine. DtetM
Prlnter'l fees, tt 00. .. . :, ii- . 'l o.n :. r.iu;r.i'.
V.Ji.'K" ';-'t' I.... t ''J;"'
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MISCELLANEOUS.
t. i Hiram itu as Lucaciasi. There is a grow.
kit tendency to this age to appropriate the most expres
sive word! of other languages, and after a while to In
nnwinu ihaea into snv own! that the word Cephalic.
which Is from the Greek, signifying "for the head," ii
now becoming popniaruea in connection wiui nr. ppsui
hut's great beadaebt remedy, bat It will soon be used In
a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become
as common at jtleotrotype ana many emsrs wnoss dis
tinction as fonlgn words has been worn away by common
ustge, until they seem "native and to the manor born.
'ardly Biallsed.
Hi ad n orrible 'eadaoht thll hafternnon, hand I
i... ii.. i..,n,.rw,. hand says ni 10 tne man.
VSrVZ. -hZi"S Tn'-eadaohe?" "Doe. Jt ha.be
'ard?" says e.
that 'e save me
cured me to quick
ache.
"Hexeeedlngly," tayi M, hand upon
a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pop ml 1 'onor It
rk that I 'anlly.reallied I ad 'ad an ead-
JTT Hxanacna Is the fsvorlte sign by which nature
makas known any deviation whatever from tua natural
state of tht brain, and, viewed In tbli light, It may bt
leuxkmA nn a.rM.iiKrd Intended tO tiVO nOtlCt Of di-
ease which might otherwise eacspe sttentlon, till too
late to be remedied; and Its Indications should never
be neglected. Headaches may be classified under two
names, vis: Symptomatic and Idiopathic. Symptomatic
Headache Ii exceedingly common, and II tbe precursor
of a gnat variety of aiteetes, among wu.u am apo
plexy. Goat, Rheumatism, and all febrile disease!. In
III nervoui 10m it ib sympatucuu u. - w
stomach, eonatltutinf eicA AeaeiocAs, of hepatlo disease
constituting biliout htodftcht, of worai, constipation,
and other dlsorden of the bowels, as well as renal and
uterlce affections. Dlsessei of the beirt are very fre
quently attended with headaches: anaemia and plethora
are also affection! which frequently (cession headache.
Idiopathic headache ii also very common, being usually
distinguished by the same of ntrvout htaaacht some
times coming on suddenly In a state of apparently sound
health, and prostrating at onoe ths mental and physical
energies, and in other instances 11 comes on siowiy, ner
aided hv denresslon of SDlrlts or acerbity of temper. In
most lnitancot the pain Ii in the front of tht head, over
tor tha treatment of either class of headache the Ce
phalic Pills have bssn found a sure and salt remedy, re
lieving the most acute palm In a few minutes, tnd, by
lit tubtls power, eradicating tbe diseases of whloh head
ache li tbe unerring Index .
Britlatt. MUiui wants you to tend her a box of Oe-
nhallauiue: no. a bottle of Prepared Pills bat I'm
thlnklns that's not Just It nsither; but perhaps y.'ll be
afther knowing what It la. Y t lee she's nigh dead aad
gone with tht Sick Headache, and want! aotnt mors of
that same at relaired her before.
Druggltt Yoa must mean Bpaldlng'i cephalic fills.
Mridatl. Och I rare now and you're led It. Hera's
Ihequsrther, and five the Pills, and don't te 111 day
about It, altber. ,
ne or lyjtn ejes, and sometimes provoking vomiting;
mjjtr (hl c)ui najnea jreuralgia,
Constipation or Coillvineit.
No ont of tht "many Hit that flesh tt hair to" ii to
prevalent, to little nndentood, and to much neglected as
Oostlveneas, oitsn originsting in earnestness, orseaen
larv hablu. It la iretarded as a illiht disorder, of to
little consequence to excite anxiety, while In reality It I
Ii tbe precursor and companion of many ot tne most fa
tal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradicated,
It will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among
tht lighter tvlli of which uosiivensss is ins usual atten
dant are Headache, Collo, Rheumatism, Foul Breath,
Piles, and othen of like nature, while a long train of
frightful diseases, tuch is Malignant revere, Abrenei,
Dysentery, Disrrhiea, Dyspeyiia, Apoplexy. Epilepsy,
Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypochondriasis, Melancholy, and
Insanity, first indicate their presence la the system by
thlatalaimins atmntom. Not unfieauentl tht diseases
named originate In Constipation, but tae oa an Inde
pendent existence unless the cause It eradicated in an
early stage, from all these considerations, It follows
that the disorder should receive Immediate attention
whenever It occure, and no person should neglect to let
box of Cephalic pills on tne nnt appearance of tne com
plaint, at their timely use will expel the Inildtoui ap
proaches of disease, snd destroy thll dangerous foe to
human life.
A Besl Blasting
Phytiuian, Wall, Mn. Jones, how li that heartache'!
Jfrs. Jonee. Oone! Doctor, all gonel tha pill son
lentcared me in Just twenty minutes, and I wish yoa
would send me more, to that I can have them handy.
fhytieian. You can get themat any Druggists- Call
for Cephalic Pills. I find they never fail, and I recom
mend them in all cases of Headache.
Mrt. Jonee. I shall send for a box directly, and shall
tell all my suffering friends, for they in a real bleat
ing. '
TwiSTX MiLi.toxaor Dollars Savib. Mr. SDsldlns
has sold two million! of hollies of bit celebrated Prepar
ed Olue, and Ills estimate that etch bottle tavei at
least ten dollars' worth of broken furnitun, thus mskuur
an aggregate of twenty millions of dollan reclaiming
from total lost by. thlt valuable Invention. Having mads
hit Olue a household word, he now proposes to do the
world iilll greater service by curing all the aching heads
with hli Cephalic Pills, aad if they ait al good at his
uiue, iieacacneiwiu toon vanisn away nts snow ib July.
irTOvts. ticinHMT, and th menial cait and anxie
Incident te close attention to basinets or study, art
The
mnnt thai nllmsaevtria vMaaei ef Naswvmia Iiaar4arhssi
disordered itate of mind and body Incident to thll die-1
trailing complaint, Is a fatal blow to all energy and am-1
billon. Suffenn by thlt disorder can always obtain I .
speedy relief from these distressing attacks bv ualns sne I
the Ceohallc Pills whenever the svmntomj aoM.r. It I
2? Zlu': EST T .V?1?" L"?
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which alwaj s accompanies and aggravates the disordered
condition of the brain , .
Facts woeth (jtowise. Spalding's Cephalic Pilli are
certain care for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
Nervi.ui Headache, Ooitiveness, and tienenl Debility .
Oisat Discovxav. Amon the most Imnottant of all
great medical discoveries of this are mav ha consid
the system of vaccination for protection from Small
the Cephalio Pill for relief of Headache, aad tht
oi iiomine tor me prevention oi revere, either of
which Ii a sure itieclfic.whossbeneflu will be exnerleni;.
by suffering humanity long after their discoverers art
forgotten.
ITT' Did you tvtr hivt tht Sick Headache? Da you
remember the throbbing templet, th. fevered brow, tht
loathing and disgust at tht tight of focdV How totally
you were for pleasure, con venation, or aind.1
of the Cephalio Pills woaldtiavt relieved yoa from
to
Ihe suffering which yon then experienced, for tbU
othsr purpont yoa tbould tlwiyi havt a box of I
on hand to nss as oocajloa require! I
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tht net of thee fills tha perlodlo attacks of tfer-
or Skt Beaddehttujbt prevtuted; and if taken
tht commencement of an attack Utunedlat relief froai
palnandslckn.m wlllbeobtalned. '
They seldom faU In removing tht Jfnuirri and Head
towhlehfcmaliiareao luhject. -
They act gently upon the bowels removing (Soeiitt-
i i i-.t :i ) t. - f ; . .'Hi.iii.i'
for- Literary ken, Btvdentt, DeUcata femalet,
all person! of fnorv habile, they art) valuable
LatcaUvt, ImprovlDS the appetite, giving tone and
to tbt dlgtiUra prgaua, and rtatotlai the natural
tlsstlclty indtlrength of tbe whole syttem.
TUB CAPHAUO PILLS srt Iht retail Of long lnTM-
and earefolly emaact4erlmsnta,. having
in as auuiyyesrt, during which tuna they hare
prevented and relieved a vast amount at pain and suffer
from Headache, whether originating in tha ntftout
or from a deranged tlate of tht ttomach ,
They art entirely vegetable in their composition, and
be taken at all Ome with perfect safety without
any thangt tf diet, and tht aieenee' of any
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MlyPrrtstteaaJl6tl
Bos will bt teal by atall, prepaij, on receipt of (be I
Allerdtntaeuldbt addressed to - "
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ICTI IN VITB ATTBNTTflW In anma of the matt
traorillnsry cures by my
PECTORAL SYRUP.
They art at home, and any one who has doubts ran in
quire of the person who havs been cured by It. , ,;
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' DR. KIYBF.R 18 PRIPARKD AT ANY TIMB To
EXAM1NH LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGH, FOR ALL
THOBB WHO NKRD HIS MBDI01NKS.
ATTRND TO YOUR COLDS A case of 'five tears'
Handing enred by DR. KKVBKR'S PK0T0R4L Sl'RI'P.
PiTTitusoii, Jan. II, IfiOO.
Da. Kivsxa : My wife hat been afflicted with a bad
cough and difficulty ol breathing, for Svt or tlx yean,
which , for teveral yean back, had gradually Increased In
violence. Tht complaint bss been hereditary, and she
had been treated by sevsnl physician! without any re
lief. In thii state of her cue, I procured some of your
Pectoral Oough Syrup. I bought, the flnt time, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she ass now no trace of tht former disease, except weak-
1 wouiu emo siate mat 1 used tbe medicine my-
nesi.
I self tc s cold and cough. Th. medicine cared me by Ink
iuff ons dose I express my sntlre satisfaction with th
m Jiciue, ami yuu are at nueriy to pouiitn this If you
oesire to no so. yrm. WILSON.
Alderman fifth Ward.
PiTTieuiail, Nov. IB, 1858.
Da. Kavrxa: Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, In general, It affords me pleaanre Indescriba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a medicine
It li well worthy tbe attention of any person who may in
any manner be alBicted with coughs, colds and hoarseness
of any hind, and for the peculiar qualification! for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere euiu.
I bare been, more or less, In my life, iffeoled with tbe
severest of ooldi and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed at to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of the abort Syrup
It would relieve me entirely.
In recommending thlt medicine, I must unhesitatingly
sty that it li the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure the abort, nor should any family be without thll
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
Youn, molt respectfully,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Cltl:ent' Deposit Bank .
STxdBsjrviLLi.O , March 14, 1R51)
I have used Dr. Keyset's Oongh Syrup for a bad cough
of teveral yean standing, and can cheerfully try It It
the best medicine for the same that I have ever taken .
J.W. PRICE.
COL, PRATT AND DR. KEYBEK'S PKOTORAL
SYRUP Da. Ktvsta Dear Sir: Excuse the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. 1 take great pleasure in saying that it Is
all yoa sky It Is. Jthiockedthe noite out a my oough
and ths wont one I wss sver afflicted with: I have not
usei more than one-half of t ht bottle, and I can and do
with that all who are afflicted would rlrs It as fair a trial
as 1 have done, and they will be proud to say, "It lino
quack medicine." I would not luffer another such an
attack for any conilderailon, or at any coat. I tm con
fident I can breathe more freely than I tv.-r did. I shall
alwayi acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a lemedy . You art at liberty to use my name
In this regard, as yon think proper at. f . PRaTT.
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa .
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1HS9.
N. B j-I am no stranger to my fellow citizens, tnd
who entertain dnuhti can consult ma personally.
-. F.P
PirrsBosau, April 24, 1857.
READ TUB TRUTH. -ba, Krrsaa: I have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad iuh
without benefit among them Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral
I purchased from you a bottle of yonr PKOTOaAL
SYRUP, and before she had need half a bottle she was
relieved. Tbe second bottle eared her entirely of her
cough JOHN DARIN,
Robinson itreet, Allegheny.
PiTTSBtison, December, 31, 1853.
A ORB AT CURB BY DR. KEYSKK'S PHrlTnBAt
BYRUP, I live in Peeblee township, Allegheny county
I bad a coughing and spitting, which commenced about
tht 4th of February hut, and continued eight months. 1
employed tht best physicians in tht country, tnd my
cough continued unabated nntll early In October. Al
that time was advised to try your PECTORAL COUOH
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle 1
was entirely free from tht coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think it should bt
known that this valuable remedy will do for othen what
It has done In my case. JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witnem B. M. KfRR. Petblet townbip,
' ' ' Pattoh Tr., April 14, 1657.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time ago, an old
neighbor of mint wat very 111. with a bad cough which
every ont supposed to be consumption. Hit relatives
told me that be had taken every remedy they heard of
wilhoot benefit; his brother came to set him die, and all
were confirmed in the belief that heconld not live. 1
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Syrup,
which I gavt bun, and It entirely cured him, to tht as ton
llbmeut of all. What mates tht case mora rem.rW.hl.
11 ba "treme age of the man.hebelngaboutelihty yean
0,', 1 " 1,0 Aoabt ftctoral aaved hit life.
JOHMN'QINNIS
DR. KEYSER'd PECTORAf. BTftrrp TM m.iiiil
ZttZZUZZ T ?' " '"
. w... ,.,,. .uu cr.ryuouy a round US
ev.rvlmd .mnn-l M.
bat the cold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser'i Pectoral
Syrup." Wt havt told sixteen bottles hut aahti Btaat
now entirely ont. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blalnvlile, Pa , tell us they would not bt without it
lo their famlllei. In fsct, all who use It onct want it
again. Youn, respectfully,
t ' PATTERSON k SONS .
January 30, Ib-fifl.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DB. KEYBER'S
PECTORAL 8YRUP.-I bad been tronhled win, .,k
tnd cold for teveral weeks so bad was It thai I could obt
sleep. 1 had the advice and prescription! from three oi
ths beitpbysieians in tbe dir. whom 1 con Id name hnt .in
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of vonr Pastoral
Syrup, which cured me entirely. Signed,
...,, - J. W.BIMONTON,
836 Liberty street, Pltuburgh, Pa , Jan. 0, 18C0.
'STOP THATJCOTJaHINfl."'How can I do Itr "Oo
Keyset's on Wood itreet and get a bottle of nUCouah
Pectoial, and if that don't euro you, your case must be
desperate Indeed." Thlt buipedmenot tht colloquy
one bean almoit tvery day In cold catchlog perlodt of
the year. And wt can. from actual nnari
fully concur In tha adviser's admonlUon at abeva, for we
have tried the "Pectoral," In a most stubborn eaaa. in,
entire lueoeis. Near two weeks ago wswent toPtUsburah
with ont of the most diitreuing, contrary, mullah un
them tubduablt eought wt tver experienced tlnct our advent
nci nur aufvasnt
upon thU mawUne tpbert. W oougbtd statu U7 and
sjuiiuiaiij lur wufj wuuw weci, in oopci or tiring it out
It tu no ftO. In ltd It Mmd rath m i,.. im '
proved bf Dncttct. and to hm acaulMd atr.n.ll, m)...
and dlttreteibUity by the operation. In this tugt of
tlsgt, wt coached our way te Keyetr't, 140 Wood Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "Peotnil:'l ik i,
accordlag to direcUont, and in forty-tight houn wt were '
master of tht field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with to
formidable an adversary as Keyser'i famous "Oough '
Pectoral." frownttUle VUpper, Deo, 14, I860. -
DR. KEYBER'S PECTORAL SYRUP It prepared and
aoldbyDr. OltORQB H. KIYSBB, 140 Wood i?4t
Pittsburgh, Pa.
iUr Bold in columbii by ROBERTB A SAMUEL,
rJWOTHACHE BEiaEDY. , . ( ...
A. STJRIC CDTtK.
...
Prepared and told by .;:iv,
Da. OEO. H.
KEYSEB,
140 Wood it., Pltuburgh, Tt.
ID Sold In Oolnmbu by ROBERTS A SAMUEL
ocTk7;8tawdom. i - . ..
Price, S5oen Is,
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They art prepared by an experienced and skillful oh.
ana, asm. Irom their medicinal properties, are a
delightful keverege, and yet,, i medicine irTa,
innocent and nannies, uth. dewtff aesrran, g','? ,
w" aaajBs-ws a.w-satssj .
WHO SHOULD USE ,
J. BOVEE? DODS
VlK3rin?ABlH3 ' .
impekial; mm, mtmt
WeMo?.!.
AUwlMMfftrfrosa Weak Stomachs, Indigestion Dn '
peptla or Plies should as them. '
All who suffer from General or Nervont Debility.
Bcstleatnemat night, Want of Bleep, die., should uie
All person, who are convalescent after fever or other
llckn.at should us thent. , . ,,
Mlntstenor th Gospel, Lawjen, Lectnreri, and al
tpotken should use them. !""-"
eiT.41' M'-'!if...
aed d roflra should uie them .''':,' ,
!! iw 0 wqni?,i iunBln r tonio ihould uie thtm.
to th " iplriti and '
to Inform, ihould UM them. , , .,
V-sTT.--" " ",r taenia bt re-
CBAlIU WTHDmsOB ft CO., ProprUtors
T8 Willi!. He,w i-ejru, '
B02EBT8 ft MARVEL 'AgnU. '
fwiasnoua, Oh la
OctDfidfcwly.

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