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Notice to Pbytlciaua iajad tk.lr'abllo
ALL000KW FOBOU PL ASTIRS UtlgtmOKIAB.
"T. Alix ft Co., No. 804 Canal itreet, Hew XorR,
NoT.S9lh, lSS-aentloniirXlateIjmflMa several.
(torn a weakness Id my back, eoeuloned by suddenly
oyer exerting myself. Hf lag stand yojuiilaf ten much
5 recommended for cue! of thli kind, I procured ene, od
ut reuii wit all Wat Iciuw dejlre ; Aslngie iitf
cured me la week. . i ; Yoani respectfully,
Proprietor of the BriDdreth DoaM, New Tork'.v
Thers if nothing equal In lie way' of a platter to the
Forou Platter ef Mr. AUCOaK,ii,In Asthma, Couth,
Kidney Affection!, and loeaf deep seeled paint, they
afford permanent relief; and for Weak baokt, palpi in
the tide'ttltchesTkuif tpaimodlo paioi gsnerariy,"Tney
are untarpatted for- the btaeflta Ihey unpirt.,, ricS 25
cent. eech,Tr!nlpat me M, Canal itreet. -,
Bold by Joeai B..C001, DvuggiiL Ooluajbua' and'bi
-b
.tf Slight Cold, Cough,
' 0kMt;ivKikKx,iteht be
fniruetei 'tetitocdy;-.Fmolar6t , tauattVlt'
the imporhca- 'of Stepping, a $tuih, jr
&U.fi-rftdd ih Us first stage f that
which in ihe, beginning 'mould AieI2..to
a mfardne&$ f - nbf atiendid. to, sfon
attacks '""the lungs. :.. .,,.vj.mu t . jiji .u
vjere fy-sj, tintroduced ptivek y'eari ' ago,, l
It has fteeiV 'proved "that' they art the beet
artiele vieore the, i pullia Jbr , jGcufLh.&t
Apaxafith., the Sadkmg- Couch in Man.
&untfiUan,ranl Numerous affections of
tne jn.fiaat, giving immediate relief.
JPtiftHe Spiaey&aittf Shigcrs,
wiurws- tmn- rffeatiial far clearing and
Sold by all QruggMt'akd pettier ' in
Jtiedicine, at 25" cents peir'bbr.
Ioralijriploia!geHtaiUbyl.; I ii ft'liu.S
i i j.t-j O. EOBKRT8, Drugelit,
kt NoS4 Berth BlgktkrMM
. aeoju-dfcwUm .
TO MARRIED ftTEKT
Or Trieao iCoKtemptounr jruarrtage
ixm Bnoenifnta wiitrTlnroncatlon oa a.rery
Uretmt and important tnhieet, which win m.
d more than a thouiand thnei lt coat by every married
ouF oi any ago or eomlllloa In ms The Information
win no eent oy mall to any addrern on the receipt of 95
cenaTeOeertandonerMabimriiv -
Allette'ri ihould.be eddreeeed
. i v H. B. MOBRia, M, D. , ,
ceBi.ly.oMrlfcwt.M- utJiiv Beetoil.te.J.l
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J. L; GILL 5 SON 'S
IIW'BLdCK1,
N ORTB ;HIQ H STREET
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-'4 ,8lyl.aiiV
.iL'Alfi) .dKE. JHK iAftSEST 8T0OK' ;'
HE.. OREiTST' VARIETY, .
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TBS UOBT BEA0TIIUI,
PATTIRN8
aiU WtrAr.iatt'V ilai.:!.!.
rror:t.iIii.i
STOVES
Ever effered'
to the cltliene 0!- Columbus. " '
' l ' .-: THIT . HATS - - ' i -COOKING
9TPVE3 FOR COAL, ;. v ,
COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD, 1:
.-.-iV.'.,', ANO r i c : j - . -,.f ' '"'
COOKING STOVES - "
-. i- " for either Wood or Coal.
COOKINQ 8 TO VES
For Large Families or Small Families, and varying in
Price from'
Three Dollars to One Hundred and
Twenty-Five..
'
PARLOR STOVES,
Of every Price, Biie and Variety, for Goal or Wood'..
DINING-ROOM STOVES, . ; C i..
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HALL STOVES,"- - -
i v- V " ; v Of many Patternt. , "'
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B1TTIMU-KOOM BiUVJSa,,
, J j t 9 1 UKE-KUUM iSTUVta.
'fiiV.U..1.
OfFtCE,tSTOVE?
Dnlli PnnVInn nil HAmtlnty.
The lightens 'an "knott Portable 'Tent 8tove ever
onerev w uiw- t -- .
Officefr of "dnr1 Great: Afnif .
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- alej H lit am AAA. 0 wr.t j W , !
JorHeiHDgDirelllDgt, OhnrchM, fitort-roomi, or other
. a ,ii Lw.ei m L.i.Mi j f:.t;:t-';'f'l f ::'.;?
LAUNDRY STOyES;
," ' Tor f amrty TJje'or Hoteli ' -
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AGRICULTURAL DOILEHS;-,: n
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.HueeiU nl ..ji HtlrtAR KETTI.EUnt i
IKU,"! Oa UH jit bf.j
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Hoixdv.wAi 7 r-. o '
DOGfl,IRONSA,jt,a.:
. MTnvms; -
ini min6('!hArlltli!a-',or arrv other
t-juW tl;amtJ ro rtRmri tI,tewM
.c eu-ll Utll ,-v. m. i hi .ti ,r, J ir,)t
.aH alaeb o afrj lie t r r?- ra-t )t) vl ,
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Noi2-North High Dtrect,JJ
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T31AKOT DRWSS ILK,-
A' lIAN01l BttWBB BIKM,
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We are now offering our Immense atook of Fane Dresa
Itlka at price I... than ever before offered la this oily.
She attention -ef the ladle f tide eity ead .Tlolnlty Is
soltdtetL as our .took Is very (elect and wmpletpU) ail
siHmdi looaim ims une.
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in- v..i..j.. t,sL. rh.i.im.. it,, i.i.minii
viu. um Hui wuiiuim w w nwgiM)iw
offices were generally oloied throughout tht
Oouutry. Tbla will ftcoount for the meagrenesfl
of our oolunim thii morning..
AWH.inuo La. xvill AAJ f m anArl afwlt atirl
wm opened last night with good cOmriany and
full house .u Alt who will topn4 aff evening
pleaiantly, and laugh and- grow fat, should by
all meaijs' grVe (hem a Calf.
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Thk AitxaiCAN AoRiooLtUHHT. This journalt
publUhed monthly by Orange Judd, New York,
la decidedly the beat 'agricultural periodical we
are accjnalnted with; The price Is only ene dol
laf a year. 1 Eaoh -department relating to (be
Farm, the Garden and' (he HOUBchold, Is well
filled with best of matter solidly condeoBed.
Then there Ii a most interesting corner reserved
for the children. ,The engraTlng, Illustrations
and mars ol war fields are very beautiful.-
The January number is already Issued. " Be
gin with It a subscription for the year. ' ;
S7Mr. P. .Rosa had an overcoat worth $20
stolen from his residence, on Rich' street, on
Mqnday night. " The bnrglaf-thelf has been ar
rested by officers Gslns and Keitiel, and sent
to jail to await the' deolslon of the Court of
Common Pleas upon lis case.
: CrWm. A. Piatt, Eiq., has resigned the
soperlnlendenoy of the State House. His t-
slgnatlon Is to take effect on New Year's day.
iaaiimtHsnaatJatMMeatmna--w -1
.'.'UT The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Colnmbns and Xenia Railroad Company,
for the election of. Directors pr t be ensuing
year, will be held In this city on Tuesday, the
7tlj pfeBpariBe.;i.':.;,7.';:';
ttTThe award for the manufacture of a large
quantity of army shoes has been given (o a prom
inent shee-dealer In Cincinnati at two dollars a
pair. :
tTOne hundred and fifty thousand dollars in
sold waa taken from the .Custom house at
CiaoioDati, oa Taesdayi to.be paid pontractors.
.ETA Connecticut soldier writes borne that I
(k-! i... . ' a. ....it. v...
mo lvuiuiidohi , nuuRjiva, una gitcu I
the boys so much mule meat, that the ears of
the whole regiment have grown 3 Inches elnce
tbeSr arrival at the Maryland capital
i.e.-
OT Colonel Guthrie, of the First Kentucky
Regiment,' has resigned bis position as oom-1
madder of ' that regiment, and resumed his
dubes at Cincinnati, sj local, steamboat in
spector.
tTThe Stxty-thtrd Regiment, Colonel Craig,
arrived at Camp Dennison on Tuesday from
Marietta, where they -are to be ooniolidated
with the Fifty-second Regiment, Colonel Bar-
gent
1
Sivintt-fifth Rioimikt. That portion of
the Berentynlnth Regiment, 0. V. M , which
Wai in camp at Athenarwill arrive at Cincinnati
a xu .. .
for the purpose of Joining the Seventy-
fifth Regiment (with which it has been consol
idated), and going . into quarter! at Camp Mc
Lean. Colonel McLean retains hia present
position after the combination ia effected; also
Major Riley of . the. Seventy-fifth The other
staff officers belong to the Scventy.nintb.
UTTbe Canton Dimocrat announces the death
hospital, In Kentucky, of Captain Rakestraw,
the Nirteteerith1 Ohio Regiment, i Hi die-
a)e was diptheria. His remains were brongbt
Canton last week' for interment.' He was a
gallant officer tod popular with bis, men. v
S3" Sergeant William Hon thorn, tf Company
C.Twenty-fiftb Ohio, Regimcpf, wa filled at
battle at Baldwin's Camp, In Western Vir.
glnia, on the 13th Inst.. Sergeant Henthorn
Waa from Monroe COOnty ia this State, and
at krifa ami! family I . li t i. j - 1 '' . m '.
e Wlte BOH tamiiy.' .--1 Swt.a tt -
Military Lkctohs. Thoso who desire to
bear an interesting lecture on the"military' char
acter of the "Irish in America," will go and
hear Col. Stenhen.MeGroartT of the Fiftieth
Regiment Ohio Volunteers, at Armory Hall on
rrway evening next. Uot. Mo. was one ol tho I
gaUantqffloers aitrplfex Ferry, Va.; , t
7 he lecture will undoubtedly be very Inter
esting and well delivered. , His strrices and
buityasa speaker should 'secure him a full
house. '
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Too Bao. Some, scamp stole an, excellent l -
fancy blanket out of - Sam.. Ogden's bnggy
while it was standing in front of P. Rain's store.
must be a mean fellow who wonld steal
from Sam. Ogden. Sam. would have given him
one, If be bad asked.for !;' -..,' 1
UT There was a good audience at' Armory
Hall last evenings! the second and last Concert
this city, for the season, of Madame Anna
BlahopJ'ITjje several parts of the,' programme
were executed in that felioitious style peculiar
Madame Bishop and her -tiaiatanU... It will, I
dooht ess. be son lime hefbrsi nn. Mn.A.mli,
111 be favored with euoh ..delightful mnslcal
entertainment as these Concerts have afforded.
The WerU's correspondent from Fort h
Monroe . sends information with regard to an
expedition on a large scale, which Is being fit.
ouVby ' the rebel's'lo'lJrOcectr sigalnM Had'
tetaa Inlet and retake what was captured Irom
them by Commodore' Stringham. The fleet
will constat .of eleven larse aldewbeel steam.
boats and propellers, and a number of ship
launches taken trom the Norfolk navy yard. It
; expected to renaesvous at Koanoke island,
and when joined by the gun-boats, now fitting
out at the navy yard andiron works at Norfolk,
will at onqe proceed to the coaBt of North Car
olina.! Arthur Sinclair, late of the United
States Navy and a resident of Norfolk is to be
command or tne expedition.
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den. Benham has addressed .otter to the
Commanding iGeoerali demanding' either :his
discbarge from arrest or an Immediate trial, on
the ground that be baa been under arrest more
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Master Cornmissioner'e Sale-
George 0. Otbom
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Samuel L. ttogo
i f i Superior Court. , y
BT VIRTU OF AIV ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from Ihe Superior Oonrt of Frank-
Urn Ooanty, Ohio, A win offer for sale, at the deer ef
the Ooust Houee, Sm the eity of Oolumbus,oa ., --r tn
SatunJaj, the J8tb dayof Jaflttary,-'', 1,86?,
On. o'clock, P.' M . , the following described real' estate,
site.t. in tne county oi jinnaiin. ana euie or onto,
Ib C . .1 ... . . ...... , ,,l
arlt, ' " -
i' nii in, itita; w(s),,wnship
twe (2), ranra seventeen (17), United State. Military
iwt ii. ranira MTeniNn 11
tandi commencing Id the renter of Plank road sixty feet
(GO) south of the . I. oorner of a lot deeded from 0. L.
Weatervett te Peter Hammon; thence 8- with said road
twelve rod. (12) and some link to Oeorge Stoner. line;
thenoe R. thirty-one rod. (31) and thirteen and a half
feet (I3HL thence 5. parallel with said road sixteen rode
(1G); thenoe west to the place of beginning; It being the
eaae three acre. (3) deeded from 0. L. Westervelt to Si
Lingo, exoept a fraction S4 feet Wide on the W. W.
corner, and known as lot No. one of the subdivision of
above deeeslked three acre piece.
Appraised at Lot. Noe. S, 4. and 3, .WD0 each."
I " . ,rNritNo,'8andhoue,Bi7S.OO.a. j
' theWacra tot, -J;rt
t, v f.si H i, h W. HlTFMtAK, Sheriff, ,.
VTiUOW k BrMW.Ni Att'f.
Prlnter'aftef 4 00.1 r -
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Local Matters. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Dec. 25.
BUOAH .Pril aJalnaa Vl. .1
1 an.. 1... . L-xi ix. rrix.r .r " f . , ""
I m a uijjuvr, uruuuucu an advance On
toe low iradee bere and a rery firm market. The galea
New Orleans; and Ulra. for Onb. A ! of ill khi.
Oruibed at llc. v kJ i.(.. ... .
.?nfilT? aem4pr Cotte Ii nod, with eatei
?! 0JU.S' "!ilXc. Wo quote the whole rati iia
I IHMntM ifl Atul atil -I- a.i1 . ani . .
t'J 1:
I ..iY.BJP??--Th P'otieion maiket U dull and all
"B88 S0RK-' U free'iy offered at to' til
Mwlthout flndlng bujreri, the beet price being offered
AKD-Prlme leaf Lard li doll at 637e for tleroe
brl.. W in ilia, nf Ml) nk.. M """"
" wimouinnuinirniureM. tnabeat nrica t,...,.
t ATN-Bnlk Meaui are duU 'and Obtainable
anit a Ii. f. iTj.. . . ' "W
UAUUNvBaaoa m i
3'o. for clear Bldei.
1 ' tounijai,
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Dec. 24.
aP ai rift Mil r.-i li., .
wheat at 14 50, j t . tv,i. , i -TI
WHKAT-Market I. 5, n ' -ef.il ' 9 I
UATB-HDII H. unA hnl 11111a ihi
CORN SalH nf aiui hn.h . u-.iJ u. . I
for e.r.1. nl . wi.i -Dl"7
- HIQUWIRKS-At 1515Vo. ' ,J
f"?-Biei 01 nibble at 13Xe. 1 .. .1.
?r.Bt8lu,Jr' No sales reported.
unaisBK Firm at i,.i . ,. , , I
bntfaa. , -a -, goou, in
SuSlu"' DgiD 'r0m 9 00, 5U Per bb1, ""Ortlng to
! . , , . Uadtr.
i-i t ' -
Hog Markets.
ST. PAULS.
Becelptt have been lirm
VflllAnlaV. It.a I 1 "...V. " J. .
nunvue. KIU. ,gu Winn IOr tlftnlt ni. fln.r.1 nn. ..n.ll
...... ...v uaa vwu quuo nun. xiie runng
. ,v T0"" ,0' sooa "vy weighU baa been S3
us, iu uuiuun moneT. but on IhA nminil Hm. .i,...a
waa little or no disposition to buy at this price. Small
Iota have beta eolct to butchers for the city retail
markets at ti'S3 35 net. and a f .1 mi i. ui
1 t . ."iu.u"i 1
LOUISVILLE.
weather haabeen xm f. -,,,ni r.
lo-day. bat we hare re-Dorta imm 1,1.1. .... 1 1
of oporatlona-number killed 3,000. the market (e
: " u"r 01 one sale auw hors averair-1
ing S20 lb. net at (3 is with not much disposition Z the
"AROUND THE FALLS."
KDIatI la.al IP. J.l.
VT ... . .runj, AWUnw.
In pen..
siBUllHUU At UrOe. e. ,.., eamiw 6 638
JarvisfcOo... l.sco
4,470
TOO
15.653
. S.1H3
' 8,900
81,919
1,900
0,837
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0. W. Thomuaa Co.
A. B. White Ac Oo 1,800
McDonald Oo.fN. A. 1
1300
D. Blcketts At Oo.fJeff.)...
Total.
.3,000 , 00,479
s,ouo
[Democrat, 24.
CHICAGO.
Th. tln&avAMl.!. a. 1 1. . . I . i . . .
in t
nave oeen iia a small way, and chiefly at retail. Prloc.
I WW mWZiZZ
weak thnr. waa hlla Ham...1 .-
prlce ruled firm, with closing talcs as follow.:
. t . ' . uu uul"r '.ir maraet
: hoad,x avcraytng ' 210 Ibi. at.-
snool
do
aw.
do
do
do ,r.
.i
do
do
. 3 05
.1 590
S50
3 00
do,
do
3 00
3 001
3 OS I
800
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CINCINNATI.
iae Hog market Ii yery dull. The offerlnga are lanre
fandprtcea tend downward. The outside price thai
obtained for the beet on 'ohanne waa 13 SO
market cioaed dan at iJS3 so. At 35 is aaie.
uiat could I
The
hare been made for those averaging WO to Xiii I ha.
Jjlthontmnchdifflculty. -Ihe meipte are 3,350 head.
100 head, averaging 800 lbs at.
......13 10 I
3 00
3 10g3 10
100
do
800 do
540
do
do
. do
do
840 do-v I.,
240 do
170 do
ii. loJ
150 do
71
3 13
3 15 I
170
....i 3 001
60
3 00 I
[Enquirer, 23.
hagxuntyorFrankllnand8tate ofOhlo,towlt: Part, of lot.
Master . Commissioner's .Sale. ;
Oeorgo M. Parson., Executor
Samuel farsona, deceased,
Sale by order of
W.-rl I .u
William F. Brack et al
' Court.
BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Oourt of frank-
County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of
ue uouri-uouse, in ue city or uolnmbuj, oa
Monday, the 20th day of January, A. D. 1862,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A.M., and 4 o'clock,
At., the following described real estate, situate In the
T"' uu "W'Tision oi survey I JOB. Ming the
f.hareofaaldWiiliamF.Br8ckinaaidlotaNo.. Sand lLu
asgnedand eet offitohka by theBunerior Oourt of frank.
county, Ohio, at its May term, 1858, in a partition
mau. 01 sam tous ueiween nun ana nie Wlte ISIicatieth C.
Brack, to wit! Lot No. two (9) of said partlUon, com
mencini at the N. W. norner of lot No. 1 of uid n.rti.
Uonj thenoe 8. 57 deg, 30 min. 1. 168 86-100 pole, to
oentre of the Columbus and Harrlsburg Turnpike I
mrTrTaS aTE ear
paniHon; menoe a. i ueg. au mm. w. 190 poiee to
8. W. corner of eaid lot No 3t thenn. 8. 1 d. 111
mtn. W. 41 polei to the beiiinnini. containtriB' 39 ariwa
rood.
Also, lot No. three (3) ofsaldnartltlnn.
N. W. corner of lot No. 8; thenoe 8. 67 d. 30
mtn- ivu poiei to tne oentre or the Oolumbn. and
narriauui
laid road
iburg Turnpike Road; thence along th. oentre of
lad N. 38 deg, 10 min. X. 54 pole, to the B. R.
I of lot No. 4 of said partition; thenoe N. 67 dog.
corner or lot no. 4 or said partition; thenoe N. 67 dot.
weat
min. W. W8 00-100 poles; thenoe B. 1 det. 30 min.
.u-iuu poie. te the place beginning, contain-
IngOiaorea, 9 roods, 80 poles.
apprauieaaaioiiowa! -
Lot No. 9. contain inz 3D acre toretha. iih ih
sawmill, 4,000. ,. .. , -, .
Lot No. I, containing 69 acre., at 35 per acre. -t,
. , . ., S' W.HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
Printer's fees, tS 75. and Master Commkuloner.
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Master Commissioner's
Sale.
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Blckley At Brother
At Brother -.- v .. . s.
v. ' ' ' Superior Court.
lichaeletal.'- . . .
Philip Michael
TT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALt
Brnnklln county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door
XJ to me directed, from the Superior Oourt of
" uuu" n""! m w voiumou on
Saturday, the 18th day of January, A. D. 18C2,
one o'clock P. M., the following described real estate,
aituate in Truro township, Franklin county Ohio, to
Lot No. 0, containing ten acres, more or less, of the
subdivision of the land, of Oalvln T. Bolls, deceased, u
platted on the 3d day of May, 1854, aud recorded In the
Recorder's office of franklin count?. Ohio. In Plat Re
cords, Book ene-(l),pege 116, and being tbe-eame lot
soiu anu oonveyea to saia r. uicJisei y Cenrad Born
and wife, by deed dated Oct. 5th, 1658, . t
Appraised at, S4I.GG10O per tore. - ,,)!' it
! GEORdEw. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
I and Matter Commissioner,
Printer'. fee. 3 75. . i .
deolJ-wtd .-jw :: .! :.i
Master CommissioherV Sale,
-'. Bteker
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et al.)
v..
Hlchael Btrickfader
Common Plevs.
Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Oeurt-of Oommon -Plea, of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for tale at the door of
vuurt uonae, ,u too ouy ok voiumooa, on t
Saturday, the 25th day of January, A. D. 1862,
between the honrt of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p.
m., the following described real estate, aituate In the
eonnty of Franklin and Stats of Ohio, to witi --
Lot No. seven (7), 1 n Paraone's addition to the city ef
vommnaa, vino.
Appfalitd at 1750 00.
"I , . ' - fj. f. HUFFMAN,
J' 'if. ,.: ' sheriff and Master OommlMloner. "
'rinter. feet, t 50.
ec80-dltkwtd
Sherifrs Safe,
!
D. W.Deshler
'.Deshler ,, A . 'r ,,'.',' y
vs.- V Common Pleat.
b Neeram." " -'-'.
j ...iu' .1l,vl
Jonathan
BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
te me directed from the Court of Oommon Pleat of
Franklin emary,r., r will ofler-reraale.-at thdor-4
Court Uouee, In the city of Oolumbut, on
Saturday.'tbe 25th day ef January. A. 0.VI8G2,.
one o'clock, p.' ih1.ihe,fotIowl6g' described real if
ute, situate In the county of Franklin, and State of
Ohio, te wit: . . ; , -' "-..'-.
The outh hair of 'In-lot No,' 3.Tf of fht ill oTtfo
Ittmbut, 0. 1 ' ' '' v, ' i-t -
Appraiied at ,00. '-'. 5 W v.
; ,., QBORQE W. HUFFWAlf , Shetttr,""'
Prtnter't feet 3 7J, - J ''"li .".'" wv.-tl j pr
deeau-dltAtwtrf ' v Vi-.it.i
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f ALTESB ATIIREAD LAOTTrTIITTS
XIX of elegant eualttle. for LadlctJ alto, Mitaea' Mlttt
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HEADLEY,
EBERLY &
i . RICHARDS S
W -t r , 7
SOUTH HIGH STREET
Are nojr, opening a large lot of
T ! . . e an l mm i
jiHuiesv Misses ana uniaren s
.FURS,
it v1 ir ejit avail c..iw , ..
T-aflioe';; 'ninTh i Ji fllnolrs
uuiuiwu - yj.y VIA : j' y AUUiLa7l
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BALMORAL SKIRTS,
Shcphard's : Plaid Shawls,
Ladies' Merino Vests k Drawers,
I - ' " 1 ' .J ' v - ' ' ' '
' . -,.1 1-( (-,, 1 .k ,. ; .,
4 " : " ...t-.a-.n
Boys', "Merino" Shirts '& Drawers,
j 2EPHvn:,won$TED$;
' : 1 - ' ' m k '. .I if . 1 ' -.1 ... 1
Embroid-srod Ropps,
Mt ' l!
a t
I.;'.; P?ERA V HOODS, ;
;! i i w- i Hi : I . u
' A '.ft. U.. I .s, .i . a 4. y .-f ...j.. v
Opera Flannels
vooLEsf bi;ankets,
' "I"' , ., V.,J: '
t
OIiOAK
CLOTHS,
MISSES SUPERIOR 6n'g SHAWLS.'
t hie firm, having adopted the Cash system in the on
chase and sale of Goods, are 'enabled to nil from 15to
per cent less than other houses nnderth. credit syittnw
HEADLET, , EBERLY1 & BICHABDS,
i I - ... ... . '
250 AND 252 SOUTH HIGH STREET, n
t COLUMBUS, O.v
GOOD - SAMARITAN
B; B. ARMSTRONG.
- No.' 17 East Town Street,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL. DEALER. IN '
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
ITT, A larire stock of the A0M BAMAHTTAV ,n
hand. . ....
Bovl-13ni- - ... . t i- iVa '
Sheriff's. Sale;..
r M '..:;.... . i
Geo. Gere t Co. )
vs. Superior Court.
Washington Simpson.
v..,-..
BT VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIFA,
to me directed, from the Superior Oourt of Frank
eonnty, Ohio. I will offei for tale on the farm of
Jamee Lindsay, and now oeoupled by Wn. Ward, sit
uate five mllet touth of Columbus, en the OhlllleoUie
Turnpike, on - i... ,.
Monday,' tho' 30lh day oi" December, A . D. 1861,
two o'olock, P, M the following detcrlbed chattel
property, to wit: -
One Wheal Drill, one Reaping Machine, one two-hone
Wagon, and one Spring Wagon; levied on at the proper
ty of Washington Simpson, to satisfy sncxecutlon In fa
ut ucurg. uere oi. uo.
0.
W.ntJrFMAN, Sheriff " '
Printer1, fees G,3o'!;''
deeilHltd ., , ' '
V JED. Davit, Dept
: ' tN -. .
INTERESTIfJC
TO EVERY READER.
. - . ...... -ir ... .
it an Indisputable fact, that rf any pereon waalt ene
of those eomfortable BSQU1UACJT. BRAVER OVRR
COATS, ht will usually find them In large quantities at
; - ;: ;::;j;Z. MARCUS CHILDS'S.
any perton desirous f owning ene of the late style
of RSAVER OVkUt COATS, wiih cape attached,
don't break your headt to learn where to find them, bnt
to the
CAPITAL-CITY ARCADE.
Opposite thoBtate Home.
Vou will find them there In all colors, kept by
i . .MARCUS CHILDS. .
DTD you never wear any ot the SILK MIXED OAB
SIMKRtT SUITS, whloh are sold at the Capital City
Arcade? Rush In and yon will find them In pilot, at'
MARCUS CHILDS'S.
i ......
YOU may alu be in want of PANTS and VESTS, and
there le bat ene establishment In the We.t where
Panta and Veett are to be had tn all etrlpee, ehapea
lee, qnantiUetaod qualities, and that place It the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
DON'T forget the extensive assortment of FURNISH
INO OOOD8, partlcnlarly In WOOLEN BHISTB,
which you can Snd In Red, white and bine," at the .j
UAriiAU tJlTY AltUAUtl,: ,
Superintended by Marqus Qhildt.
von with to wear garment! ITIADE TO OR.
DEH.yoncando no better than toeoto the Mar-
chant Tailoring Establishment, next to the Arcade, and
select your goods from a stock oornprkilng all colon of
Beaver Cloths, Oa.slm.res, Silk Velvet and Plush Vest
Ingt, and you will eurely meet with a good fit by purchat
tlngat '1' fjti i " - .,
MARCUS CHILDS'S. ...
TILIT ART GENTLEMEN, when theyoometo this
1U. city, as strangers, and wish to get a UNIFORM, It
to their aeei .iivan iage to can at
to can at , , . , , ,
MARC0g CHILDSy,'-
Where a hrgi aatrMenlf BLUB OIiOTTf and olher
artlclei belonging to tbavequipsge of an offl-Tr can be
had at very moderate poleos --
In short call at . . , . .r.lti, ta
JMarcus Chiles,
1.nntatNt rtt Irisv. saviniWl ttnalnsMsi lnMlltr.
No,r8, aa intii uicii trhit
I K i '4 Opportte the State House.
oct97-6at- tu.K--1. pa.
i '1 Xafce'Sand) Enil)rtM6rics, i.1 , .
VALENOIENKM. UAA-TK8E 4c POINT
IaeaOnlltettdBettt. Freaahraabev aud XareaA
Case VelUrn.w pattemt,) Vaienclenea,.Thread and
Point 1 .ira. Embroidered Collar. Betta, Trumminr. and
Skirts. Lao. Barbet and ColIT ojee- Plain Linen Sonar's
Setttaed Cnirs,mbroWerdColUlnan4Cuir. in Betas.
BAIN 4t BON,
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PRINTING . ESTABLISHMENT,
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It fuly prepare -to eiecnt la the.1 ' t '.
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LIQAL BLANKS,
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j RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
!Aad every1 description of.
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PRESS PRINTING,
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Equal to .any Establishment Jo the State, and
upon I
, term, which will compare favorably with the
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HtavlnjS;'' fercry' 'JCaoility !to' aid' tTs
IN THI PEODUCTIOII OF
ELEGANT' iPOSTERS
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CLANK
BOOK BINDERY:
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From whlv, we produce the .
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Finest
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Worlt
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OUR TABLISHMENT
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C05IPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am Tn most
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
. .... In thii City, and we my add,'
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
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Printing; House In the Went.
RICHARD
NEVINS, ,
." PBOPBHSTOB,
f i - . r . . v.
HDIWEWEEL7S
vVtJNiyERSAL
t J COUGH REMEDY.
For'all Throat and Luni Oomtilalnbf. Inoludnrf. with
perfect retulta, Wnoonm Ooooa, Oaaoaio ana
OWHatON OODOBa, BaORCBUI. HMD Tnto.T OosmaiNTs,
always forerunnen of Consumption, as a Sootbim
euacr oaa no superior, rreed from all Opiate or
Kvnetio properties, may be seed by most delicate eonttti
twtions, and With perfect epnfldence. . , y t
HUNNEWELL'S
t ;,: CELEBRATED ;
.i , TOLU ANODYNE.
Tut' GkivrMT NaTTjma Onava ever offered to the
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any tab
atanoe but lit strictly vegetable and medical properties.
Sure Remedy for NicaaMia, RamisaTira, Gout,
Tooth aan Ban AcHt, OaTaaaa, Boas oa Hay Fmruv
all minor Nervous Complaint..
Fob Lose of Blot, and Headache In ail lit varieties. 1
hat no equal, and to which moat undoubted tettaoal
ale are offered. j-
Foa DLnurj Tanonn tt 1. a most perfect remedy.
Foa Bowtx OoHrLaum. after removtnv the naia It aetj
a physio, a moat Important oontrast with the eonsttpa.
.now. oi upiiua. u ....... .
To Phyitclana, FormalaS and Trial Bertie, will be ttnL
to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet wllbont
t..A.I.Mi..l.mn.41 1 i 1 . . ........
prepared under th. vpeclal fupervWon of ' . ii
-. JOHN I.. 1IITNNEWEI.V.. ' ' ' '
oHBatnrr ajra nuamcacTiaa, ,'.
Ci juXt 9 OoauaereUL Wbart Boston. Kim
Towhomploaatdlreot all communications.
Trioee Larre Cengh Remedy, SO oentt per bottle-'
' Small . i"iii,li.1.)i t-
i Tola Anodyne, , i , vsa , . 1 ... - . , .
For tale hi the otaal wholreale and retail dealer..
C)i"jrwh)0(e -1 j i i -
jiohhkt saaiuaii, . -, h. b. marpi.
JOHN R. COOK, a.,-, ... Is M. DHN1G,
O. DHNI8 St BONB, . ; A. J. BOHUBLLHR At SON',
)mayl7-wlT iu. . ... Agents for Ooluaboa, Ohio, ,
Bheiittfa Gale.
-i.. 1-'I
W. Richards,' Oda 'Ire.)
i.i VJ l.y.
i.i invj iCpaamilWji.u
Jacob Flodtv , , r- J, v ... . .
nil
I tfaoovaioai.. , . -. . . . ..
VIRtCI OF AN ORDER OF BAtR t6 'MR
Bxd.
directed from the Oourt of Oommoa Plate ef Frack-
eonnty, Ohio, I will offer for tela at the door of the
Court Uoote, la the City of. Oolumbut, on , . ...
Baturdy,: the 18th day-of Jarroary, A D 18ci
between BiS bonrSef ISoVltekm. and 9 o'eleek pnv,
foHowteg-slewilbee real estate, t. wit: -. .
Lot N. three (3 lathe to tract Beme, Prairie towa
ship, to the county of Franklin, aad State . Ohio.
Alao, 40 aeraa, eaeta .r Itea, Whloh laid Jacob Flodt
bought of JohaW. Baker. i , , .
ADnraiaaa at l.01 Bn.-s. aHUU.urj- - - ' "
- . au aorea avil t nmr .ere.-
tev-iej i
ij.uis iLd it A4t
- O. W. HUFFMAN, WrlirlrTi
mm .in. . .w. i. ....
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Master" Conimissioner's Bale.
Samuel Parsons' Bxeoulom . ,
iohnK.Beylet all, "" '
H V VIRTUE OF AN ORnvn
X to me directed from the Suixrln. nZT.. . .,
Oonnty, Ohio, I will off., 4 Sto JfS iHj Ll
Court Hoiiu. in th. aii. i n-i.7Z.u" aior of the
. v . . uui, on t
Saturday, the 28th day of December, A. D.
- " 18bl, " .
osiwean me nonra or ill n'oinnr . w .a 1 .
the following described real estate, aituate In Uieeonntw
O eight, (8) nine. (0) and ten. (10) of 'John and ulnn
Miller'. aulKilvision of Iota Noe. elghty-nlne, (bvjlnlnet?
(W)l and ninety-one. (911 of am.h?-. Lmui.. ...... T.
east of Oolumbn., a. delineated on the plat thereof, re.
of 'd coJniy?" ,De' Pl9 ""'' 01 ,toor', 0' Mt
Apprai.cd Lots No..' 7, 8, at 1300 00 each.
I W.nrjFFMArl.BheriS''
and Itaater Oommlesloner.
Printer e fees 10,00.
nov)7-dllfcwld
J Master Commissioner's Sale.
Whltlagand 0. U. Paraon.,1
I Jtxecutoraof U. Swan, I
i . va. . 1
Doc. 3, p. 809.
Superior Court.
AmotJ. Furbeeetal.,
Coon"00' C- Ho'tnl
Saturday, the 28th day of December. 18G1.
Between the hour, of 10 o'olcok A. II. and 4 o'clock P.
M., the following' ilKinrthad ..i. . ,.. "iuvm
of WoV s.' rf !.' " "bdlvLlon
or out-lot No. 28, Columbus, Ob O) btglnnlna at the
southwest corner of .aid lot No. S. at th. n,t1,f..V...!
ner or th. intersection of Mound and Seventh atreeta
Lni:iK,rf,J,'.!."0?Bd n.Tu.dAdnd
Ud alley to the mlddii of 'id K N.. 7SS? ...7
wardly parallel with Mm.H , 7. )'". " V."
nSL'JS -'""riij Biv.nU;,a.UrtntoDui
appraised atfiuoo.
0. W. nUPPMAN, BherllT,
PrIoteri feet 3 00. v"UD,,,,H,n,r'
povllidltliwttl
Sheriff's Sale.
Peter A. Presaler
va.
Thomas Daniel.
f Doc. 3, p. 89,
) 1
Superior Oourt,
TV VIRTUE Or AIV ORDER OF SALE
-J1''1.'" the 8np.rior Oourt of franklin
S . fh-oor of the
3'arday. the 4th day of January, A
, w wv v,v vi uumuDDI. UD.O, OD
D. 18G2.
'"een "our. of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'elock
. , utuu. ana wnemente. . taate In
the county of Franklin, State of Ohio, and In the town
of WorUilngton, and known and deMriud al follow" to
The north equal third nart r Tn.1.4
. . ..mwi uiuBir-
plat of the town of WoVthin.: ?.,,",o",L."Vea
11 IlKI. aS (lllllnffll l.lllWl nn th. i ..
?! ",hl0' J!11'. tbt Premise, oonveyed b said
orifieisviiai CW vu.
Printer'. f. ,0 00. ' WFFMAN. BherllT,
:nov88-dltfcwtd ...
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Barringer'i Adminl.trators,
-v..
D. a. Dunnuck, etal.
Superior Court
Br-VinTTJE OP AN ORDER OF SALE TO MB
directed, from the iniwrin, .r ri.ii
Ohio, I will offer fcr aale at the door of tho Court
House In Ihe city of Columbu., on
Saturday, the 28th day of December, 1861,
.k. , . 7 01 ,u 0 cl0 and 4 o'clock P.
tne Tollowinir described DHmiui. -iin.i. i. d 1.1,
oounty. State of Ohio to wit: The three equal undivld.
rourth part, of all the lands, tenement, and
power leased by Wayne Orlawold. acting member of the
Board of Pub e Work., tn nhri.iu- n.,.f.. "I ,'."re
Torrlnaton by Iobm bearin. rf.t. ar.. 1., tali r.":Ji
with the undivided three-fonrthpartaofall thestrncrtrea.
Improvement, and machinery on said lands and of the
appurtenenoe.thereuntobeloni!lng,and of all the right.,
beneflt. and privilege. whaUoover secured by .aid leaae
eaid leaMe. The premlsee above referred to are situate
the Columbus 1 Feeder at the look commonly kBowTa.
2S1 WllT P"""""" ."'"'""" own a.
Term, of aale one-half puh nn ii,.r 1.
i?n.e.7'."i "'""'! ' ' yean, bearing Interest
premlscj d'red Payments .ecured by mortgage on
Appraised at (3750.
N. B. The remalnine undivided
property will be sold at the same ti-. .nH ..j ' '
the same term.. " '
Appraised at 11,250.
OEORQK W. HTJJPMAN, BherllT,
Printer's fee 8 00. -......--r.
nov!7 dlti-wtd.
Sheriff's Sale." ,.
Francis M. Story by hit next friend, I
juar, oiory, petitioner, I Superior Oourt.
Joseph Story fc ethers, re.pondenta.
B!RTLE. OF f1 ER OF SALE
to me directed from the Superior Oourt of Franklin
rf"nJf;,.h'. l?m,.0" 'or 18 "e door of th!
wv... .iuh. ... ,ua UUJ oi UOILUBDOJ, on
Saturday, the 4th day of January. A. D. 1862,
one o clock, P. M-, the following described real at
situate In Pleasant township, Franklin count
Ohio, to wit:
Part of turvey No. 3809. of the Virginia Military Bur
yeye, beginning at a stake in the southwest oorner of the
of lend, containing one hundred acne, oonveyed to
1810; thence south 07J. pole, to a stake and four email
hickories and an elm; thence east 184 poles to a stake In a
prairie; thence north C7J, polei to a stake on the west
of an elm marked at corner in the line of the Eiout
thence weet 184 polei to the beginning, containing
a half acres, more or lew; tublect to a
dower estate heretolore tot off and assigned to Mary
Story, widow of laid Marmaduke Story In laid premise
detcrlbed at follows: Beginning at a stake from which a
walnut 13 lncbea in diameter bean N. w dee.
IB links; thenoe 8. 3 deg. W. Si polea and 0 links
a ttako; thence 8. 88 deg. E. 124 polei to a stake in
west lioe of Yeoman't land; thence N. SS polee and
inks to a atike in the west eide of an elm marked at a
oorner; thence N. 88 deg. wett 184 polei to the begin
ning. Iirhi or SaLa.-One third in hand, one third in one
and one third in two yean, with Interest from the
or sale, secured by mortgage.
Appraised at 1 15 00 per acre.
0. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff,
i . , . - , By En. Dsvil, Deputy.
Printer's feei 83 00
nov4-dltStwtd
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Samuel A. Moore, for the use of 1
Elisabeth Bn, worth, 1 Common Pleat, No-
- .vs. f yember term, 1801.
Henry 0, Stanley et al.
virtue of an order of tale to me directed from tht
Court of Oommon Pleat of Franklin county, Ohio,
will oiler for tale at the door of the Oourt House, In
otty of Columbus, on -
Saturday, the 25th day of Jan., A. D. 1862,
following described landt and tenements situate In
Franklin county. Ohio, to wit: All that tract of laud sit
uate In the township of Bharon, and bounded at follows,
lot number seven, In Motion number four, town
ship number two, raoge number eighteen, United States
military land; and also that other tract of land In said
township and county, and described at follows: Being
number eight, in section number four, township num
ber two, range number eighteen, United States military
turvey of land, exoept eighty acres told off tht east end
the two tracts, about two yean ago, the balance hen
by conveyed being about one hundred and eighty-eight
of land, more or lett.
Appraised at B85 per a-:ra.
Printer's feet J 75.
,. . . . 0. W. HUFFMAN, Bherlff,
and Master Commissioner,
decSS-td. i
Superior Court of Franklin Coun
ty, Ohio.- '
Joseph Price and wife;
id wirei
etal. )
. Doc. 3, page 119.
ve.
John Cramer
Sale In partition.
N PURSUANCE OF Alt ORDER OF
the ald Court to me directed. I will offer for sale
the door of the Court House in the city of Oolum
but, on , . , , ....
Saturday, the 28ih day of December, 1861,
between the houn of 10 o'clock a. at., and 4 o'clock p.
the following described real estate, tituate in the
oovnty of Franklin, aod State of Ohio, to wit;
The remainder of a tract of land estimated to contain
hundred and five aorce, known aa the Old Poor
House Farm, being the tame land oonveyed by John An
derson to bit torn Robert, Joshua, Reading and John
Anderson, by deed dated July 13th. 1839, after cutting
fifty acres from the east tide of eaid tract, whloh was
oil to Robert King and wife. 1 1 an amicable partition,
deed dated December 18th, 1855.
Appraised ot 05 00 per acre. i,..
- GEO. W. nUFFMAN, Sheriff,
Printer's asee, 4t(i rje,. . w u . wu.a,
Oysters I Oysters!!;
o.
SAH JUrJC KKVCIVICU, AI1I, WILL
.bejlei)! receipt, by Express, of.,, ,
FRESH CAS ft KEG OYSTERS, (
,4i K i:Ui t p i' ,
B.t.tw.M mtA Vata Haw.,. '.
6all at Wagner'. Oyster and Fruit Depot, No. Si East
State itreett, . ii V ' " .i v ... J,. j
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A tompound ronu'dy, designed to be the most
elfictual Alterative that tun be made, It U
a roneentrated extra of I'ora Saraaparilla,
M coiubiiifd with other subatuncea pf mil
Krrator alterative power as to afford an t ffi-c.
tiw antuloto lor tho dUeaaos Saranparillft i
n piited to cure. It is bt-lieved that such a
n ntcdy Is wanUd by thoae who auffer fnmi
Wrtnnhna ftnYilf.;..t. '.n t.... .i ...
at complinli their euro must prove ot immcn.s
.".i.l'iuifll?. UIIU LlltlL Ulll. M Illl II n in
tyi; m inn large ciasaot our alllicted follow
ijiU.t!iis. How completely this compound will
d' it has been proven by experiment on mnny
"I tlio worst cases to be found of the lollowuitf
enmtilllinta .
IU...K 1 . n ' '. 1
. ..urn,, AND BCROPttOVS CoMVLAINTI,
'.IIUPIIONI AND EUUKTIVB DISEASES, UtCEBS,
l iMi i.r., Ulotuhes, Tumoes, Saj.t RnEtit,
.Scald IIkad, Svphiu. AMd Svphii.itio Ar.
FHIVTIONS, MEllCimiAl Disbash, Dnofsv, Neu.
UAi.rtiA nil nn tinniA....... r, v .
ciimu and Indioestion, EuvsipeUs.' Roue
on hr. Antiion v's FmB. and indw il tim . -i,.,i.
dais of complaints arisinnjom LtvuitrrY of
TIIR IJl.OOl). MJ,
This compound will De Tfitind a rrrr.nl nn.
ittoter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel tho foul humors which fester in tlu
blood ut that season of the year. By tho time
ly expulsion of them manv ranklino- iliunnl..r.
itro moped ut the bud. Multitudes can, by
the uul of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul erantiona and nl.rnn.
ores, through which the system will strive to
riu useu ot corruptions, if not assinted to do
lliiit throuuh the natural rhnnncla rtt ,ka l..l..
by an alteriitive medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiuted blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
noresr cleanse it when you flud it is ob
htrueted and sluggish in the veins : cltanso it
.whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particulur disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all la weU j but with this
imliilum of life disordered, there can be no
lusting health. Sooner or later -something
niiist go wrong, and tho great machinery 0f
lilo w disordered or overthrown,
j S rsnpaiillo has, and deserves winch, the
ri-putution of accomnlixhinir tho.o iirla ft,,
tlio world has been egrcgiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone hm not all the virtue that is claimed
fur it, but more because mnny preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but littlo of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. '
During lute years the public have been mis
1. il by lurge botdes, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sargapnrilla for one dollar. Most
ol these havo been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarripa
rilln, but often no curative properties whntcv.
or. ILncc, bitter nnd painful disnppointmcnt
hat followed tho uso of the various cxtraou ot'
Sarsnpurilln which flood tho market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and has becomo
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla.nd intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue tlio
unc .from tho load of obloquy which rests
ti:m it. And wo think wo have ground for
li.-lieving it has virtues which arc irresistible
l.V llic ordinary run of tho diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
:i heation from the system, the remedy should
judiciously taken according to directions on
e bottle.
; . ritEi'ARED nr
DR. J. C. AVER ak CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, SI prr Bottle, Six Bottle for
Ayer s Cherry Pectoral
has won fur itself audi a rciiotm for tlio ore of
every variety of Tliro it and Lung Ci.nipli.int. t!mt
is entirely tiuneecssary for us to rccoutit tiii
eviilonco ef its virtues, here -er i t hat liecu c:i.
ploycJ. As it has long lieen in cont;mt ;u
tlirotiL'liotit this aeetion, we need notdn lnnrc. t lir-.r.
assure the people its onulily is kept up la ti;c test
ever lias l.orii, and that' it may li n lirrl nn fj
i lur uirir rciiet an it lias ever been fotina to tij.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB THE CUBE or
Ctotireiifi, ' J.twlfrt, Tlppcpiitt, 1n4,nr.r,,.,t
iMseiiteiy, I'uit! y.'omnr,. KiyJicns, ll,'nhj.-'
Piln, Rteitwtn :m, Krnrtimii nh4 .S7.. tHwitr.
Lirrr Cnmyhiiit, ra;;.-,-v, Tdlrr, Tnnwe o.,.i
Sail JVutw, Worm, '(hut, Xaralfi. m n
Dinner fill, mid pr V ."7 the Ti!w.
They are sutrar-nntnl, mi that the mosi. n.
enn talte tlir-m ( li nt ni.'y, and- thry urc ta-j-best
aperient in Hip tvml 1 iot M the purpose hi .,'
family physic.
Piioa 25 oo.its par Bos; Tivi barno "or Tl or-.
OrMtmitiilirrsnff'len'ymr-n, Plivsi.iaris.P.ini -
mm, and eminent person aqc, lr,ve l-n rn .
trunos lo .-crtifyllic unparalleled u-iefulnctsffilii-sr
remedies, Iui; inn-apace hcio not pennli i'.-.r
insertion of ihisu. 'J he Apcnts Ik low mm, -i ;,l4"
trriiisonr Amuiuc, Ai.m s,ic in whi. li tm-y
u-iven ; wild aim full (inscriptions of the aiiv
cuuiplamta, and Hip treatment that iliiuiiii h f.,i.
lowed fur tl.eir cure. ,
I)o nit he put off hv unuriiiciriln.l fir :,inr-j lf.-
oilier prepiiiiillous thev make mm ,.,,
Demaml AYI Ii's, mid take no others, 'l l.
the he-l ;ii.l there is fur them, and thpi i
ivp it. '
All our rcniPiliPS are for sale by
RORKRTS Si BiMTrar. n.i.k.
by BrngglsUiand Doalen everywhere.
Mwi..i,u.,.aw
CANADI4H ft UKTTED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND FHOITI
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,,,
and
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Oomp-iy'i flrst-cl.u
Olyde-bullt 8 teamen tall even Nat.
relay from PORTLAND, earrrinatha Canadian .n4
United States Mail and peasengert.
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, . HIBERNIAN, I.i
CANADIAN, NOVA SCOTLAN.
Shortest, Cbeapest andQnlckcet Oaa'
. - veyance frwna
1KEHICA TO All FASTI OF rtJBOPB.
Rateaot Feaaoe to Kurop.
nil from Liverpool every Weelaesday.
from QUEBHO every SatardaFseallini at
LONDONDKURY, to reoelveoe board and bud Mail, and
Passengers, to and from Inland and Scotland.
RT'Theie Steemen an built of Iron, in watertight
compartments, carry each aa experienced Burgeon, and
attention it paid to the comfort and acoommoda.
of psasengen. Ae they prooeed direct to LON DON- J
DKRI.t ktgieat risk tod delay of calling at St. John's
avoided.
Glasgow paatengenara fnrnUh.d with ran pauage
Bcketatoand from Uadesuhwry.r . . j,
Return tickets granted at reduced rates.
OertlScates Issued for carrying te and bringing ont pas
sengtn from all the principal town of Great Britain and
Inland, at reduced rata., by this line ef iteaaiera, and .
the WASHINGTON LINE OF BAILING PAORCTS,
leaving Liverpool every week. ... , .. f
Drafts Far t aad apwarde paw
able in Snigland, lrinad, tJcet--.,.t
ituid at Walesa, a v,- -m
For
ly at the Office. 8S RHOAII.
WA
ra, an uailu
Liverpool,
ABEL KAB1X, Seaenl igants, n
to j. r. ARMSTRONC,
aolO lydAw Pott Office, Colambst. Ohio. " 11
' . Sherifl's Sale." ,
Jeremiah M. Went, txrV .
Qeorg. Weita, deo'd I FalrBeld Csmmra Pieaa, i .'
vi. . JOrderoftale in p.ulii.a. .
Catharine We Its etal.v r '
BT VIsATUE OF AN OKDESR OF HALE
to me diieoted from the Court ef Oommon Pine of
county, Ohio, in the above ease,' t will offer and ex
pose to sale by public vendue and eatery, at tn.deorol'
Court Uoate In the eity of Laaraaster ia eild ooanty,
.
Monday, the 13th day of January next,, ., ,.
betweeu the hour, at 10 o'elock a. la. and 4 o'clock p.
of Mid day, the following deacrlbed lande and tone,
meoti, aituate In the city of Columbus, la Franklin
county. Ohio, te wit: - -
Lot No. R. ia Ohspmaa's addltloa to eaMrity An--praisdat50.
, , . , , .p,
Terms ot aaler One-third rash In hand,' one-third In
year, and the remaining one. third in two yean, -with
ioiere oa defened payaaet Ufna lha day ot tale.
, i , - . . . ' .JAMES MILLKR,
Sheriff of galrftcld county. "
nnnttr tt Dtugherty, Attoraeya, ..... , .,
Prlntev'efeee 3 75. ... ... , ... ..
derSwlm- . . ... ;i , ......
LEXANDHEI KID OLOYEtJ. ,
All arsoi aad eakrrs Jwst opened at . - BAIRB,
dea.UU v..-. , v ,. Mo. t Boats High street,

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