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Sinking Spring Correspondence.
The Zanesville. find Maysvi'lc Turnj iW
Aqnin Atempted. Fraud upon the
People Suyar-Makiny A Novel
Editor News: Tlie Columbus cor
rcsiioniiont of tlic CinciutiHti iaz'.'ttc
"The following bill pa??cd the Sen
ate March 20tli, viz: To reportl so nun li
of tlio net 'for the sale of tlie Z:uirsi'lu
h Mnysvillc Turnpike, ancl to provide for
the tiavnicntof its debts,' (passed Mart h
20th, 1S31,) as conflicts with the ri.L'lit
of the purchasers to charge and receive
toll on nil finished portions of the mad,
notwithstanding they may have failed to
construct any unlinished part of the
Well, after so much needless vitupera
tion of the Legislature for its apparent
propensity towards the repudiation of
contracts that were manifestly vitiated
liy fraud, Iain sorry to be forced to ad
vert to this instance of flagrant repudi
ation of an agreement to which no fraud
attached, nor is it pretended by t ae cor
poration fur whoso lienefit the above re
peal act was framed, that the primal
contract was not of their own seeking.
The purchasers referred to in the
above bill, contracted with the State of
Ohio, to construct and finish certain por
tions of an unfinished turnpike within
a specified time, and also agreed to for
feit the right to charge and receive toll
on certain other finished portions of said
turnpike, in case they .should fail to
perform any part of their contract.
Meanwhile, bo it remembered that these
contractors received from the State of
Ohio, in advance, payment in full for
the woik they agreed to perform.
Now, mark the sequel. The time set
for the fulfillment of the compact ex
pired, and was lengthened over another
term of years for the benefit of the con
tractors, and to the direct injury of the
inhabitants of six counties, (not to men
tion the indirect loss sustained by the
State; which would have gained, through
the completion of the road in question,
an increased basis for taxation, in the
rise of real property in the six counties
directly affected thereby.)
Well, the "dear people" bore their
disappointment in silence, still hoping
for the "good time coming," until some
time during the last session of the Leg
islature the nolle (?) contractors peti
tioned that honorable body (in effect)
wrest from the six counties alluded
Above the sum of S:2,0UO, and present
the same to the said modest contractors
in consideration of their faithful iiou
compliance with former engagements
and forsooth, in addition to this nice
little present these- same 'duck-ia-leis-ure"
gentlemen seriously asked of the
Legislature to be allowed "to char
and collect ttrlls on all finished portions
of the road, notwithstanding they may
have failed to construct any unfin
ished portions of the same."
Thanks to tlio efficacy of a prompt re
monstrance, connected with the discre
tion of a non-repudiating-of-fair-con-tracts
Legislature, the prayers, cries and
groans of the bcyjarly contractors were
disregarded, and the "dear people" of
six counties again inspired the balmy
breezes with unfettered lungs.'
lho contractors, on their part, main
tained their former position of "master
ly inactivity," until the present Legis
lature assembled, and from that time un
in now, nicy navu hoi ceaseu to pros
their monstrous demands, until, despite1
,the thundering remonstrance of t,ix
counties en masse despite the warnings
from the press and the "dear people"
xlespito justice despite law despite the
eiatli commandment the Senate of the
great State of Ohio has actually yielded
,to the purchasers repudiated their con
,trac4 repealed tj.c forfeiture rubbed
pix counties donated the plunder to
noneyed corporation without ever say
ing to tlie "dear people," "by your
Jt ouly remains now to lui B''en,
whether the IIouso of Representatives
will furnish "aid and comfort" to the
Senate bill quoted ubove, in order that
may become a law. "Let MS lu,,10 fur
My letter has already swelled to un
usual dimensions; fctill the subject is
Que which ought to call forth clabo
ale epistles, framed hy more, skillful
hand than mine, and I trust a cham
pion, will not be wanting to dead for
the people in the hour of extremist
Sugar-making may now be considered
over, and from the best information in
my reach, I "' tiniate the value of pro
duction of lTiaple suirar and molasses in
Highland County at between 810,000
mid 8 12,000.
I cannot refrain from recording here,
a ludicrous episode in lho life of a bash
ful swnin, not yet out ot ins teens, who
resides not a thousand miles from this
vil'ago. The young gentleman (so the
story goes) became enamored of a bux
om lass, his senior in years, and also his
superior in sonio oilier respects, as the
event will show. The "gay Lothario,"
however, nothing daunted by the seem
ing disparity, ventured upon the first fa
vorable opport unity to disclose his pas
sion, anil generously tendered his heart
and hand to his enchantress, when lo!
his fair dulcinea suddenly vises, and
darts from the door, leaving our hero in
vacant and solitary amazement. Mean
time, the "idol of his affections" pro
cured a houtjh from , neighboring tree,
and instantly returning, administered
it in no homoeopathic doses over the
back and shoulders of her would-be
spouso, and to can the climax, offered
him a slice of butered bread to console
him under his great bereavement! It is
saitl the innocent youth went his way
Gov. Geary's Talk in the Missouri
The Missouri Democrat of Thursday,
has the following interesting article,
which will, or should certainly, some
what startle the "original Puehanan
men," who had flattered themselves
that they had heard the last of the
troubles in Kansas:
GOV. GEARY AND THE REPUBLICAN.
Tlie Republican of yesterday, in com
menting upon the statements made to
the Democrat by Do v. (ieary, seems to
doubt the fact of his having been in this
office. The skepticism of that concern
in regard to anything from any quar
ter, which goes to show the truth of
Kansas affairs, is too well known in tins
community to be worthy of any particu
lar remark. Tls dubiousness in the
present instance is not an exception and
makes no sort of difference with the ve
racity of our report.
lth respect to its charge ot "per-
version ana aiui'-e oi me conversation
held by us and Gov. Geary, wc only say,
that whenever a denial of the truth of
what Y.0 have reported comes from
source entitled to respectable considera
tion, we shall fully substantiate oil we
Gov. Geary and Ins private secretary
came to this office unsolicited by us, and
voluntarily, in the presence of five or
six gentlemen, gave utterance not only
to all wc have put in Ins mouth, but
great deal more that wo did not find
room to publish, and which our pen
could not, by any possibility, have col
ored so highly as did the words of his
tongue. He spoke freely, fully, and
most indignantly of the outrages of the
Pro-Slavery lattioti in Kansas, their
mail robberies, their murders, their leg
islative and judicial abominations, and
declared that henceforward the "padlock
shou'd drop from his lips, and the whole
truth should be made known." We
have no apprehensions that Gov. Geary
will deny any of our statements.
We have no business with the incon
sistency which the Republican affects
discover between our report and the
farewell address of the Governor. Wc
stand upon the facts as they appeared
tho Democrat, and have no desire
mc Idle with the high-sounding phrases
and rhetorical embellishments in which
the Governor has seen fit to clothe his
message, and commit it to the windy
and plethoric folds of the Chesnut street
organ. The whole article of the Re
pnbliean is of a piece with i's course
during the entire Kansas embroglio.
It has always hated the Tree State men,
and hates them still. It has always
apologised for and defended, by itscorres
pondents and editorials, tho acts of the
pro-slavery outlaws in Kansas, and once
t.ioro in its issue of yesterday, it de
fends thein even against the testimony
of Gov. Geary, a witness than whom
living man is better qualified to speak,
and one whose statements will be believed.
Forney Raving over his Defeat.
Fornev, the defeated candidate
Senator in Pennsylvania, thus commen
ces a long and disgraceful article in
paper on the 17th ult:
"Yesterday will long bo remembered
as the most disgraceful day in the polit
ical annals of Pennsylvania. Corrup
tion has triumphed, villainy has been
n i rt i
suecessi ui. Lameron, whose naiuo
but a synonymt) for ull that is vile and
infamous in polities, has been chosen,
not to represent, but to disgrace our no
ble old commonwealth in tho U. S. Sen
ate for the next six years."
This paragraph is enough to convince
any rational man that Forney is wholly
unfit for any public employment. The
people of Pennsylvania evidently knew
the man, when their representatives de
Kni i f the Would at Hand. Par
is is very much excited by an astronom
ical controversy at which all do not
laugh! The two most eminent astrono
mers, one of France, the other of (Jenna
ny, are arguin:'; whether the world is
come to an end on tho thirteenth of June
next! All the scientilie world, it appears
have long been uneasy at tho approach
of the Comet to our earth; and though
is conceded by the dishelie , ers that the
contact must take place in Juno next,
they arguc(or Mons. Painet, the French
Astronomer, for them,) that, as comets
are but atmospheric ulfiirs, it will not
materially tilled us, Tho (Jerman,
the contrary, nays that it will not mere
ly bo the passing of "a gentleman who
smokes," but that its center is solid fire,
and that the surface- of the earth will 1
turned into a sea of fiery lava, by his
formidable cigar! Nome Journal.
HILLSBORO, April 1, 1857.
WHEAT Prices bav declined lo !)0a'J.'ic,
Willi moderate l.'Ceipts.
CORN MEAL I" scarce and In demand, al
G0e. front wagons.
HO I' l'EK in still se-rce, Good brings l'raSO.
Oilier articles are without change).
arviNa a. at rs wiior.yni.i.
Flour, ;hbl, oilill Htilter,10l sis1,
( ornincal. bus nl!l f'ggs , loz sill
Wheat, 9(Vl-r Hay, ton, 10 On.,1 I (1(1
Corn, 4.'""l, bl( kens, doit. 1 SJ.'in I TiC
Outs, h:I I- Apples, al !l
l.nrd.IU isl" 1). Tenches, 4(0
Wood, cord 2 ( Dn2 .') Hacon Hams lb all
Call le.rwt, net Ca7 .Ml Shoulders, "ns
l'otutoes, Ims I Mini 2." Sides, full
(Ireen Apples, 7."sl HI), W htllenns small 2 '2j
Cloverseed, 6 rt"a7 00 j Timothy, 3 lih
SKI.I.INO SATtS BITAII..
Flour, Rl 5 j:nT. 5(1 Snjrar, lb 12''nl.r
Flour owt. o3 00 N () Molasses, gal n!MI
Comment bus a75 Salt . Kan . bus n-r'."
Candles, Hi P'a '0 C ofTee , U lr.:.'Jl'
MackerePbbl a7.ri0 Toa, OOal 00
Wht Fish," lluttet, '-'On
l.ard.lb llal2'.j Cheese. 1C3-
I!ice, I.nke Snltbbl b3 50
Cloverseed, a7 .'0 Timothy, aJ 5
Hocking Suit 3.ai
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
Cincinnati, Tti'sdiy, Mar. 31.
Carefully correct d every week, from tlu-
L,le si Lily ropers.
Corn, per till. ' Su.Mi CI so . W It b. 1 1 a 1 1
Wheat, " 1 (I.Vil I t llntter Roll, lb. V.el
Oals, " aH I'jrcs, iloi. llaiaj
Flour, l.bl, ." 0 l llciuis, hush, 2 line' l.i
IIors, gross G O'lab' '.'.I 1). Apples, bu i 40a'2 .111
.nid. Hi. rl;iU'i! I) Pcueliri. new :W.i 2.'i
Me. s Fork 21 Ol aJl .VI Hay, Ion halo l (III
Clover Sot-il, 7 .VII Apples, bid 4..C 110
Timothy " Hurl 'J.ri Total o. s. bu. 1 (Ida I I
Tallow, rend. 1 lU'al I I Fe illiers, Hi. 4Cal7
Hops, Hi. I On I J Wool, co. ft. l.l'.tia III
Hooves, cwt.net 7 .VOa'J " exir.ifina, ali
i; HOC Kit 1F.S, Vc.
Tlio prices herein ojvun, are the m hoiesalo
rales. On small tola to country dealers on ad
v.mco ol from .') to percent on Iheso rates
Suirnr, lb. 1 ! 'Jul 0 fiire, lb. 5,'.
Coll'ee, Iflo, 1 laH, Salt, Kana. bu. ' ;irlrl:7
NO. Molussci, ca Ca7iliTulaceo, leaf, fial
Teas, Ih. 40a,.l"ilNals, Kir, .'I ,"rbi5 75
MackernlNol,2lay3 00 Leather, Cill.Solo aX"t
While Fish, l.bl 'Coal, f,n yd Ualfi
Cod Fish, Ih. 4l'nl'!Vliisliy Cal. 2:i
Raisins, M.k. bo :a.i 25 Oranges, liox,3 50n3
ISrooms, doz. 1 1 u2 SO Candles, Mould Hal')
Lard Oil, Bill, I dOnl (1.1 Soap, com Ih.
Tha Flour market cnntiri'ieg dull, with
further slight decline since our last report.
Hotter is in active ilu'iiand and scarce.
Wiifat has declined, but receipts are licbt,
and the demand is equal to the supply.
Sinn advanced on .Monday, uiiuer Hi
infl Hence Ol advices from N. ().
Oats aro in active demand, ami prices
2 to He hii'her with an tipwaid tendency.
Goon CJrkin Arri r are very sesree. Choke
bri ng $.mb per mil.
Ci.ovia Skkd is dull at cur quotations
At New York on Monday, Flour was tend
in'' downward, Ohio quoted al it'ali.K). Me.s
l'oik SJ I.nu. Bbl Lard 14' ',c. Western Uat
5 3a5,"ic. Corn 70c.
Snow i Natch rz. To cap the c'i
max of the cold weather of late, ourcit
izens had presented to them yesterday
morning (.March l.; I lie smgularappear
ance ot a SSatelui: snow storui in March
and that too, while the peach orchards
in full blussoin. For un hour or more
the snow fell in abundance, but melting
as soon as it touched the earth. It wa
a rare spectacle for our climate. Xulch
A Conversation a l Key. Men nev
er tain ainong.st eaeli other aliout tneir
babies: women always do. With
former it is the padlock of conversation
with the latter the staple.
"LinriMLiTV of I'nviicuNS. It lias nlwav
been said that J'hysic.iuns would disparage
reuiedv, however valuuMc, winch thev Old
originate themselves. This hm beon disiiioicu
hy 1 1 if i r hleial couise towuids Or. J. C Aver
picpatations lhryhnve ndopteit il.cin
Ijenerttl u so in their practice, which shows
willhiiiehS to counlvnauco articles thai hn
1 1 1 1 r i o sic nit'i-iis which tic-ierve lli.-ir ultenlion
Thii dues lho learned prol'cSAian threat credit
and off- cl ually nontrad ids the picvalont crro
neons notion tnai incir opposiuou lo pr. prie
lary remedies is based in llieir interest to
cum tin-in. wo liiive alwavs had conlidence
in Ihe honoraldrt motives of our tiiedic.il mo
and are cl id lo find il sustained bv the liliciul
welcoiuo they uccoid''i! to such remedies
A'jcr't I'cclnral and Cullmrtic J'ills,
lliou'h lliey are, not oiden-d in tlio hooka,
are made known to lho people: through
newspapci8." New Orlinnt Dell'i.
II .si n Rksthratoii Prof. Wood advertiset
in our columns his valuable inuiieiiio for
l ; ir, and for the prevention of bald
lie s, &c. 'J h is roirei.'y bus been used
-xtensivclv, and with great auccei-s. Hiind
reds, nav, thousaiids have used it, and ure will
ing to testify to its ellicacy. Read the udver-
tiseinel.t and go a I oneti mid procure a hotlle
and prove isviileo. Our good old hald-heuiled
tachclor rrieiitls should eiuuritce this oiiportu-
nily to cover their patus w ith a coat of
uxui'iuut hair. India nnputit Liictmulur.
As a general remedy for diseases, to which
all him i lies ure subject, IIoJland't German
Olivers cannot tie su rpaneeu.
1'iiii.AiiKi.i'iiiA, March 2d. '8 "iF.
Dear Sir I would stule for tlio benefit of
alllicted , that I have usod your "Ilootland
iii, in Hitlers" nnself and in my fnuiilv. for
Icng time, and have always found them lo
at yon represout. I liave fou nd them a
be lie hi in cases ot Ilea lucho, tains in the
and lireust, ColJs and Nerval's Diseuses,
earnestly recouimond thein to ull who may
alllicted with disoases for which you prescribe
ihcm. li. flj. t'AKIb,
No. 31 Racu Sirect.
To Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philud'a. sp2w3
I"or tlio Lo ne fi t of the invulid portion of
community, we extract the following from
Almanac of Dr. C. M. Jackson, proprietor
llonjiunU I Urrmnn Uitteri, hoping it limy
a tiial of thein:
SiitKSiKi.D, 111., Mar. 19, 1855.
J. C. Nil.- ssys;
"I expect to sell great quantities of
Hitlers this yenr. Many of my customers
speak very highly of II good qualities, having
proved itself mi'st un excellent I'exer and
preventatiet , a great purtjlir nf the Maori,
the very best thing on record to uid digestion
and create a good natural appetite. In short,
I am sure il is one of the best medicines known
for fatni y use, being sufe and pleasant for
one to lake."
C. L. I). Crock w ell snvs:
Anamosa, lona, May" I, 1 P5 1 : "The
give unbounded satitfaclion to ull
have used them, and I tlo nnd can reoommnnd
thein to all tint me iiflli :tcd. They have cur
ed many ruses of Dispepsia, roms of thein
where hundreds of dollars have been sprnl
remedies which iiITurdcd no relief, and
considered Incurable until they used the
Fever nnd Ague cured without using Qui
nine, Arsenic, Mercury, Opium, or uny of
poisoui.ua drugs, or dangerous compounds
generally resorted to by auilbr?rii from
long drawn, most udlicling, and annoying
a l illseusea, by resorting to Carter Spanish
Mixture, which contains none, of tho ubov.
ui h-leriou subclinic ., w hich cure t-m ciualh
and fully bv acluijx specilical'y on the Liver
and Skin, Purifying llie llluod, and expelling
ihe remains of old midiciiu with which
lysicm has been clogged, opening the pores
lho body, and allowing nature lo iis.-okI Hm-II
in bietik ing up ihe disease, und rccnperai
ils eneigii s.
See I lie euro of Mr. John Lmigdo" of
he had fund uiul chronic Aguo and Fever;
chills t ico a day lor tinea )cars. Nolhing
i -ei inn ne u 1 1 y cured tii.n until lie tried Carter'.
Spanish Minlure; :i liottii-s pi which rfectl(
resturcd hlin to lieiillh; nor has I.J had a chill
tiucc. He Is ouly one out of it thousand
bu exunr'euced the lllo-reiiewlng i fleet
this valuable 1 1 r I fl r r of the blood- nnr,qr
I' T Having determined not tobci-omc
a candidate lor re-election, I shall have
no motive to influence tny conduct in ad
ministering (lie government exi ept the
desire, ably and faithfully to serve my
country, and live in the grateful memo
ry of my countrymen. Inovijvrid.
The coolness with which Mr. Iliiehan
au implies that he would or might act im
properly if he had a motive lor it, is as
rich as the implication is just. Nothing
could be more ridiculously humiliating.
Having dedicated his lift) to the arts of
political chicanery, and at length readied
the Presidency by their unscrupulous
practice, the highest assurance Mr. l!u
ehiinau can now give the country that he
will faithfully serve it, isfte ' nee of n
motive lt dr) otherwise. Surely a (nan ca
pable ol such migrant, sell suiltitication
an have little or no moral sense, and not
much of any other sort. 1 1 is intellect
must be ns obtuse as his conscience.
No Go. Mr. Spencer, of Licking
c ninty, in this State, was an industrious
campaigner for P.uthanan dining the
late election; but it seems that he was
not regarded by the Senate as ' isound
com. I he l'resiilent sent in ins name
lor the ollice ol .Marshal ol Kansas 1 er-
ritory, but the Senate cast it out as evil,
ami J. C. Dennis of Illinois was nomina
ted by Mr. P.uidinnan in his place und
was duly confirmed.
Hon. Ciiaiu.s Simnkfi. This gentle
man sailed I rum .New tort on Saturday
in the Meamer Fulton, for Havre, lie
intends to pass rome time in thesouth of
r ranee. hue in New York ho was the
nest of John Jav. A large number of
personal and political friends accompa
nied linn to the ship. J hey gave him
tllir-tyone guns and nine cheers. Wc
hope he will soon return among us with
his health fullv restored.
K'J-'.tjs .hi I wuwi, jtuimm nimjsiMWLUisiiWKl
HIGHLAND COUNTY COMMON FLEAS.
ACKSON Maekerly, Luciiida Prown, and
Charles Drown h-r hushoiid, Min-rva Hi-
miller and Himiller, her hiishnud,
tho snid county of lli(;liland nnd Sljlo of Ohio,
nnd two others, iinuio nnd residence unknown,
heirs of I hoinni iVinckerlv. dee'd , and Sally
Norcian, a nd Chnrles Norman, her husband,
of the Stato of New Jeisey, ami lleniamin
Maekerly, Andrew N. Mnclierly, Michael
Maekerly, Marv Ann Maekerly. r.mnin Mack.
erly, Joh n Mackerl v, A inanda iMuckerlv, Al-
cinda Maekerly, Mary Dniiglnss, and James
DounlaK, her liushaiid, bnuly Dickey, and
Alfreds. Dickev, her hushaud, Michael Maek
erly and Ilenty .Maekerly, will tuke noiice,
that a pelitiou was hied iirainst Ihern on the
J7th day of August, A. L. lHi.fi, in thoCouit
of Coiiunon Vha", within ar.d for the county
of milliard nnd St ito of Ohio, hy Lucinda
Wilson and John (. Wilson, and is now pend
ing, w herein the paid Lucinda Wilson and John
G. W ilsou, demand parlilfct of tho following
reul esiule, lo-wil:
F'.itjlily-two acres of IhihI, mure or lois. sit-tiat-'d
in ti e county of Highland, in the State
of Ohio, five tnili from Ihe town of Green
field, adjoining the lands of David Snully
one aide, and Joseph Henderson and Janu
Gibson on lho other side, being lho residue
a 'ract of two thousand acres, entered in
name of William George, five hundred acres
of which was pur.'leisiiod by F.phraiiii Doolit.
tie, of whicli the said eighty. two acres more
or let!, is a part, winch ahl eiyhly-two acres
of lauii was conveyed to Michael Maclierly,
by llichard Long, us Administrator of lho Es
tate of F.plirtiin Doolittlo, dec'il., on the 'Jjth
day of Juno A. D. 1HJ I, and by him, the said
Michael Mackorly, owned and occupied until
his di crane, und known and designated as
farm of Min uel .lackerly, dee'd.
And at the next Term of said Court, ap
plication will be made by the said Lucinda
Wilson and John G. Wilson, her husband,
for an order that partition may he ma lt)
Siid premises. LUCINDA WILSON,
u.ai'.'UwG JOHN G. WILSON.
SAMCCL WATTS ami Nancy, his wife,
Harvey McCoy und Mary McCoy, Ills wife.
David 11 Ridgeay and Jane Ridgewny,
wife. John M. Ssndcrs and Lucinda his wife,
mid John McCoy, who reside in the enmity
of II in land, Christopher Terrell and Martha,
h's w ile, who reside in the state ol iowa, An
drew .McCoy, who resides in the Stato of Indi.
Martha M c.Coy, and Mary McCoy, who are sup
posed to reside in Montgomery co , O,, and K1U
alieth McCoy, who resides in the statu ol Indi
ana, which three last are children of Alex inder
Mi Coy, dee'd., Clark McCov, who resides
the sad county of II ighlaiiil. Lanhird Allen
and Ann, his ..ife. Doctor Mclvimiey
Rachel Jain , his wife, who reside in the slate
of Iowa, J o until a u li i rrett and Sarah M. Par
rctt, his w ife, W in. McCoy and Levi McCoy,
who reside In the said County of Highland,
and Cyrus McCoy, who r sides In the sla'e
Iowa, and Sarah M Coy, widow f Thomas
McCoy, dee'd .who resides lu the lato of
diaiia, aro hereby nolili id that a petition
died in the Court of Common Pie .s of High
hiud County on il.e llthduyof Mirch, 1657,
hy Watkins Johnsoii, and Jane Johnson,
wife, uud is uoV pending, demanding partition
of lho following lauds and tenements, situa
ted in tlie mid connly of Highland und stato
Ohio, and described as follows, t i-wit:
A trncl of land, part of John Hay' Siirvey
No. 2!il(i, containing about 85 acres moie
less, being Ihe home farm of Thomas McCoy,
Into of Highland county dee'd., nnd upon
which lie lesided at the lime of his decease
and for n long time previous thereto,
whicli is bounded north by land of John
Coy, east by lund of Levi Johnson, south
land ol Joseph V. Pulton, and west by
of Jamei Y . Fairly,
Also, one other Irart, containing about
acre more or less, bought by the snld Thos.
McCoy in his lifetime of Thomas Montgom
ery, and lying ill tin) northwest corner of
homo fiirni of the said Thomas Montgomery,
and bounded north by inud cf Alex. A'alknr,
rust und south by land of Thomas iMjulgom
ery, and west by land of Henry Cowgill.
A ud ut Ihe June 'Perm of s iid Court A.
17, said petitioners will ask that the dower
of Sarah McCoy imey lie assigned and uarti
tiou of S lid lands be made among the parties
in interest In the proportions in said petition
mentioiieit, snnjecl lo ettcli deduction as
ho legul by reanuii of the udvauc.i payments
thereon charged lo have been miuie lo
of said in feuds ut by the said Thus.
doe'd., ill Irs lifetime.
March l?th, 1-67. nu.rlOwfl
(.itanliait's Sale of Real (Mate.
Y virtue of an ordce of sal, Issued
ihe Probata Court of the County of High
land, in tho Slntn of Ohio, upou a judgment
on tlio petition of the undersigned, as Guar
dian of Nancy llirrctt, Joel Harrett, K.li
Uarielt and Lewis II. irrott, minor, I will
on MONDAY, lbs bth cuy of April, 1357,
II o'clock A. M., on the premise, the
foiir-lillbs of the following describee
premises, situated in the suiii County of High
land, to-wit: llegiiining al a stake near a su
shi rus, lho southwest coiner to the laud
Sally Ann Harrett, and iu a lin of Ihe land
Hugh Correal, and running thence with
line north 7'J dog. west 2 I poles lo a stake,
southeast coiner lo Samuel Murphy's laud,
thence with his lines l"-"o east 07 pole
it slake, north Ml d g. west 1 1 pules to a stake,
north J !j eust .'2 poles to a cake, south
leg, east 1 1 poles lo a stulie, north I J) east
poles to a wh ite-ouk nuu gum, the lioilhensl
corner lo said Murphy' laud, and In a line
the sou I her ii boundary of II. e out-lots of
ton n of New Mioket; thence with said
south 1-2 deg. east M.'D pole to a stake Hear
sugiir-tice, the northwest corner to Hu'ly Ami
llurrrtl'a lu'id; thence with one of hor lines
south I J west 211 poles, to the place of Login-
mug continuing turly live acre (-1J) a
of Survey No. 3 i .U.
lerms of Sale! Ono-lhiid cash in lianil
ono-third in one year from the day of sale
ind tht bulauce III two years. 1 lie defeire
p lynu'iiis to bear interest, and bo secured
note and good uirsonal security.
SALLY ANN HARRETT,
Gunrdinn of snid Minor.
Msrrh 10th, '. mrl'Jl
n. XI. OI.IITII. cf
'I WKLS this method of returning hisslni
for ihe runny favors print, and hones hy ntrii t
of similar favors, ns wi 1 1 ns lol n v lie the, in al the
his new stock , v. hich is now very fu II and complete, comprising almost every variety of
M.iplc nml Taney Iry 'hh1,
II its, Caps, Bonnets, Dress Clips, French, F.n(;lish and" O erina u Kmhroideries and Trim
niiti(;s, I'arasids, &.c ., HroRdcloths, Cnsimeres, Cnsinelts, Cottoiindes, Linen and Cotton
Drills, Ueady-made Clothinp, Hoots, Shoes, Qneeimware, Il.irdwni and Cutlery,
i:o( I IUI S of flic vriy I iiM-l (fnililv,
fTo those especially who lovo a cup of food Ten or Coll'ee lull well, im would sty.
come suit civs his one, triul mid you will uot bi disappointed, Oils, Faints, Window
Glass and Full;', Dye h liifli, and all of the
iMoM Popul.-ir I'nlont IluitM,
as well as larjro assortmeii t of liar Iron and Steel, Wrought nud Cut Nnils, and a tl.otis
and either thine unnecessary here to incnliun. All nf which lis assures tha r ublic li
will sell for the rrady pay. fully as low ns can he bought in the Western Siales.
Newmarket, ()., April 12lh, IKiCi. SAM'L M. SMITH.
N. ii. Ili(liel prices paid for Clov.T, Tiniolliy and Flax Reeds, Dritd Fruit, und all
kinds of Produce. fOn7eiln plonsw ropy, nnd cluir;'e S. M S.) aol7tf
rellnnksto his mini to us friends si
d custom? l(
cniil i n naoci
fidelii y to meril a
i r esrliest con venie nee. to come
ACRK3 OF LAND, one
mile, west of Ilillshoro, with
one large Hrlck House and twoi
smn!l Frames, w"'' good It tr ri ouj snfhciMit
out buildings, fin il trees, shrubbery. Kc. The
premises aie well watered, with a pleasant and
Also, fj'.! Acres of Lnnd, 2 miles west of
II ilhhoro, on the Cincinnati and Ilillshoro turn
pike, Il acres cleared, 20 acres of t in;ber u nder
brushed and well set with grass. The land lajs
well ami is In good order for cullivalion. Is well
watered hasagood Frame Hniiientid Ham and
other i.ecessary oul-buildinga, nil nw young
orchard and oilier improvements th.it wiil rec
A'.so ', eOO lirick, of best qualily. For
lerms enquir.i of J. II. GLF.N'N,
Al his residence 1 milo tet of Ilillshoro.
Itobcrt Ilosea & Co.,
llbolcjalc Grocers and Comrahslon
Corner of Front and Main Stntti,
n'F. on hand and olTor for sa'e
5i'l Ilh. Is Siijarj
IfinO IMs. Molasses;
H'Ot) I'as Itio, Java, Mocha and Lngunr
."CO IK. Ch. fresli Y. II., Itnp'l.. O. P
MXI litis. Nns. I. 2, and 3 Mccksrol;
.r'l Drum Codfish;
I OHO k'ees Assorted Nuils;
Hill I Iirls. Tar, Pilch and Rosin;
QUO Fl.le, Oakum;
KM) Kegs Assorted Shot;
Together with a full and Isrg assortment
of all kind of Groceries usually kept by the
trade, which we oiler at the lowest price of
the market. We also solicit consignments In
Produce, and will attend promptly to forward
ing goods. rcarfmit)
TO UN P MOON and Snsnni.ah W. Moon.
ft of Clinton Cou nt v, Ohio, Joseph W. John
son, of Fayette County, Ohio.Jame 10. John
son, nf III nois, and Charles P. Johnson, Fie-
kiel H. J iliiison and F.va Di'lon, of Migulu.vl
county, Ohio, Legal heirs and represfluta
tives of John II. Johnson, dec'u.; and Ilena
rictin Murry, widow of ai d censed, will
take ii'iCco lhat a potition has been filed, and
is now pending. In the Probata Court of High
land Connly, Ohio, tlie object and prayer of
w liieli is, thai In-lot No. II In Leeshurg In
said II ighland County, be sold to pay dehl- of
S lid d 'ecased A nd that dower be unsigned in
the sinifl to said widow. If the said parlies
do not come in and plead, anser or .lemur to
sai l petition by Hie ldtli day of April next the
same will bo tnk n as coii.'o.i-ie J , und a decree
Adm'r of Johu II. Johnson, doe'd.
R. TlrrsnN, Att'y.
Feb. -.'Tth. 1657. I
Landreth's Garden Sreds.
I. A KG 10 supply of Lnndreth' far-famed
Garden Seeds, for 1-57, iut received and
sale, at lho old stand In Smith's ', irner,
JAMKS PROW N,
Agent for J. Kibi.ir.
1 1 Uh o ro.O. Feb. 25. 'H"-7.
Ohio Catawba Brandy!
I I'S I' RLCEIVIOD. a large lot of L. Lyons'
,) Pure Cataivha Brandy, which is strongly
recjtiiiiieiided'hy lho medical profession tor
iiivuli.ls particularly those suflering fromDys
pepsia and Debility, and for inodicul purposes
It enn bo hud al Cincinnati prices hy the Unt
ile or ras', at tho Drug Store of the subscri
bers, who are the Sole Agents for Highland
Count". DUS. E. oi. W. W. HOLMKS.
I1F.ST BUIMXG FLUID
JUST lti:CKIVKD ul Hit com percallon,
Also LAUD OIL.
r IS H OIL,
NKA I'.-'.FOOT OIL,
Etc., for sibi by E. W. W. HOLMES.
Powder, Shot and Lead.
DI'PON T'.-i best R.fU Powder. Hird and
Squirrel Shot, and liar Lead just received
and lor sale ul the old stitnl in Smith's collier,
hy J AM Ed B R O WN , Agent
iaii22 For Joeien Kmi rs.
QUliAR New Orleans, Crushed, Pulverii
O ed.aiid Loaf, wholesale and retail at
angl I JOHN IH' VALE'S
Custom-Blade Boots and Shoes
jXIF.N'S, Women'a and Children', of the
i-'l. best matcriul aud workmanship. Cull
ami examine. J.DUVALL.
lUots and Herbs.
V LARGE assortment ond variety of Roots
and Herbs taken al the proper time
.ik ill fu I hands constantly on hand, and for sile
for "the pay down or il equivalent," at
old stand in Smith's corner hv
JAME3 ClUiWcf, Aeent
jnnQ'2 Kur J. Kibler.
Hillsboro and Cincinnati Railroad.
F-wo TraliiH Daily.
'MIME CHANGED On a nd after Monday
I. Jan.iury2l, l-i.i7,aud uiilll turthor notice
the trains will rim as follows:
Loare Hillsboro at - 7 A.M.,
ond 2 P. M.
Arrive al Hillsboro at 12:11) P M.
and C:li P. M.
Connecting with train at Dlancliester once
a day lor Cincinnati, Columbus and Chillicothe,
and intermediate points.
1 C Tickets lo be had al all the Stations.
ocl2.'Jlf JOHN W ADDI.F, Siin't.
nruss Paints, &r., for Cash'.!
nAVIN'G tried the credit ,.'. m iu a limi
- ted way fur awhile, and bi'ing convinced
lhat II ieont pay, henceforth we will sell
tho "pay down" ouly. Our rule will be here
after "No Credit." Those wauling Drugs
Medicines, Pdiuls, dc, low fur Cash, u
please give us a rail.
JAMES BROWN, Agent
March lsT,7. For J. Kmi.ra.
Dodd & Co.
Hats, Caps, Furs;
and Straw Goods.
I44 MAIN ST.
.v. r. un rr.u, ivoiury I'ni.iic
I R A VS up all kinds of paper for the Con
I J veya.ice or Encumbrance of Reul Ealule,
like AeknuH hlgineiils of Deed, M ortiage,
.lens, I'ower of Allorueyaud other tuslru
lents of w riling.
IrUiank Deoas aud Mortgage olvvtys
and for sale.
Ollice at ihe Recorder's Olire.
Hillsboro, Jan I?, IM-7, isnl5m.
White Lead, Llnsrrd Oil,
SPIRITS 'i'u nr ui i ne, Couch, Opal end
Leather Varnishes, Fish, Nents Foot,
Sierm, LarJ, Castor and Sweet Oils, Gh.S',
Glussware, nil sizes and rjiialiiii-s, Sach and
Doors l.eki ijnali y, of all sizes and thick-ne.--s,
P.ii i.t Sash ond Varnish Prushes. Tube
Paints of all kinds, all colors of Paint gr unci
in Oil, best qtuilily Putty, (our own manufac
ture, i putt v knives. Glaz:cr's Points. Yellow
Ochr--, Chromes Ynllcw, Green and Red,
Drop Lake, Lamp IVuek, iigli.-Ji and Chinese
Vrrinililons, togeilier with all other artieh s
use.d hv p linteis, and puiiils for building, just
received and for pale low for i; by
JAMKS !il!OWN, Agent
Fur Jusrrn Kici.ks.
I Gun 1
111 ack , Y ou ng II vson, Iinperiul, and
Powder, in quantities lo suit piirehns-
ers, at JOHN DUVALL'S,
("i R ATIS! Almonncs for IfeaT to glre sway
IT.-ase call and cot one.
Age-it for J. Ki nt tn.
int. v. h. rur.wv,
IATfi of f'upe May, New Jernev, deelns
J pi rmniientlv to locate hiitiM-ll nt Ilillshoro.
would renpectlully oll'er his profis.ional scrvi
res lo tl.: public I n all lis vaiiniis htancliis.
All persons ilcsiting to bo treated Dotanical I y,
enn have- their ntuxst wishes prat tled. Ii .
punctual utlendaiieo on patients, and n strict
aillierence to the Itotanica! principles, he hoies
lo merit a liberal sliaro of public patronage
For the present he may be found at the Fill
Cott IIouso, w hen not professionally enrjng'd.
KilUboro, Jan. 2'st, IS.ri7. jaiiO'Jm.'l
iv r t 1 1 1 1: it i iTvF oi ti
Moore's (orper Hill Standing, and
READY HADE CLOTHING
CHFAPF.R 'I'll A N F.VF.U.
A MOORF. respectfully informc hisfi lcnds
I and the public generally Hint he hns late
ly received at the old well known stand, an
uiiiif n.-il I v lurpe nnd splendid assortment of
STAVLF 4- FANCY DRY GOODS!
Wliieli they B re respeclfully invited to call
and examine for themselves, when he knows
they cannot fail to purchase, if
Gnat lirtryuins , and the Superior Qua'.ity
the Grm:!s njfered,
Conl it nt" n u v i iidoeenient. I would alsoiu
vito the attention of Gentlemen tc mv
Verv i:tetiNivc Siock of
RIMIIV 3M I) K (LOIHIXG!
Fo r Spri ng. P u miner and A u tu inn wear, w hich
Ins been selected hv toe from the nr.sT nousr.s,
with special regard to the three essential re-
quisl'es of every garment fashion. tide make,
durable, material . Mud cheapness. Every one,
thereto: c, limy rost asuied Unit ho cannot
suit hliiui lf better, neit!:ar w th regard to the
pi ice uur tjuality, than by calling Upon me.
My a'.ozl: cui::at in .art of
v ls rs,
II ANDICEnciIIF.FS, ic.
Also, a large ass irtmcnt of Gents' Furnish
ing Goods, Hats, Cups, Boots und Shoes;
tact , every Ih ing which u gentleman, who likes
to dress well, need. As I am determined not
to have any of my stock left on hand after the
teason closes, persons are informed thai I will
ski.f.. So let Ihcui come one for Bargains.
atu'Touk ami ni.Tmoiu;
TODD'S, OLD ST.4XD, SO
Sixth St. north tide, 4 doors north
s 11 ulnut, Cincinnati.
1 AM receiving Daily, FRESH OVSTERS
ill Kegs and Cam, from the establisliment
Rnwo V Co., which for llavor, qualiiy and
p; ice, cannot be equaled. This is tlio only
liouso lol tho lie of tlo se excellent Oysters.
J. TODD, Sole Ag'sut.
OYSTER SALOON same place. We fur
null I dozen of Fine Oyslms, stewed, wilh
Hie ct ce eras, of the best quality, lor i!j cents
Call and try. J T.
r."MNE TuUo Knives, Irory U'dli,
L li! ides;
Fine Desirrt do do C S. PlmlrS,
1 ino Tabid do White Boue h'dl do
do do do do
Common Table Cutlery , assoi tsd, with wood
ind IJuiio llaiidb-a, 2 and 3 pronged Forks;
l ine Ivory H'dl Lurvine Knives and Forks,
C. S. Dlades;
F ine Hone H'dl do
Fi no W ood H'dl do
Steels, assorted siea.
Just received and fur sale by
deci J. K.
HEW STOCK OF
tl A II BWABE!
PURCHASED OF THE HEAV.E3T IM
PORTING HOUSE IN
New York City.
Goods Entirely New
AND FRESH FROM THE MANUFAC
TURERS. ' I F. undersigned lias just received an
tensive BKiortinoiit of Hari ware, purchas
ed Li N ew York City , at such prices and
suc:i quantities ua will enable him to fiirnial,
his eu-toiiicis with wliu'ever Hardware
may waul at greetly reduced piicos.
To convince yourselves, call olid see.
ocl3d J. K. MARL AY.
Dasrucrirotj pes at ( iiiriiinall Prices
I Ml E subscriber tenders his alncere thanks
1 to the citizens of Hillsboro and vicinity,
or the liberal pal r jiinge he has received for
labl 11 ino months, and respectl ully solicits
oiilinuiiuce of tlie same. 1 have settled
In this place, and can bo found at
moms un High si., oue door South of Main,
ready at all Hum s to draw PERFECT LIKE-
ESSES, true to nature and of ull sizes,
ihe li.dl-sie plate lo ihe smallest miniature
Picturts taken w ithoiit rejard to weather,
tween the hours of 9 A. M. and 6 P. M.
10 us silling for Pic 1 11 res and Ink ing them fro
ihe Room, and afterwards becoming dissatisfied
.villi thein, can In all cases get liieiti drawn
ivi-r free of charge, until satisfactory In every
e.pict. I thcrolore guarantee to please
nosl I'uhlidiuua, iu both prico and quality
From my long experience in the Art, and
lie of the bent room iu tho world , I am
idenl that I can defy all competition.
iiihlic ure invited to call und examine my spec
imens before gcing t-Isew here. A silver
or Is my drawing board and tho sun-beam
e lie il pointed with gulden light,
J. 11 . CASKIE,
High at., 1 door Soulh of llarrero'a Corner,
U alflron's Grain Si) thos & ( radios.
I I F AD V -MADE, Also Wahlron's Gras
1 V. Scythe.
.1. llrlT. O. W. SAHRKSr
mi it & Rnin:RC, i)i:xnrs,
OFFICE over TriaiMo ii. Rotkhold' iiture
High st , Hillsboro, l.
Work dune on the Ittual Improved methods
ill tho best siyle ami warranted. lunX'i
I OLASSES Ily the HI. I. or 1 Inlf llan l
Itleal.ut JOHN DUVALL'S
IK-TKillT FRUIT.Ptai lies, Toinntoe.
iVc, in air tight cans, st rennonul.le relet
fncl.l) J. II. Mt'i l.ENIX.
I )UKE CII.'EK VINEt; 4R, si
I augl i J ' 1 .' V 1- V.M !.'!!
Inn lffnp Irrrlit fir yoi(r
n fi ' ; iv noun '"r
1)11111 K'SOlt WOOD',-! HAIR lii-SlOf!-I
ATIV F. i, no ilocht, the nmst wonderful
discovery of this ngn of prnpi-e.,, for It will
reft ore, p rmsnent ly. gray h il r to Its original
color, cover tlie hen I of the b-ild with a most
In xiirlsnl grow lb , remove at once nil dandruff
nud itching, cure nil scrofiiln nnd other ciits
neous eruptions, such ns erald-head, etc. It
will ctra as if bv magic, nervous or periodl
cnl headache; mnke the hair soft, glosy, and
wavy, and preserve the color perieeily, ami
the hn'ir from falling, to ctrenie old age.
The following In from a distinguished mnns
lrof the medical profession:
St. PaI'I, January I, 1R55.
Psortssoa O. J. Wood
DrSin: Ui, solicited, I send you this cr
tifirate. After being bald for n long lime, Bad
having t rlrd nil ti e hair restorativus extant,
nnd having no faith lu nuv, I was induced, oa
hcnrlng of ours, to give il a trll. I placed
myself In the hands of a l.nrher, anl had ;njr
hearl rubbed w lth a goo I siliT hrus'i, and the
Restorative then applied and well rubbed
I n, till the scalp n ns aglow. This I rpntxl
every morning, in three weeks the yeuug hair
appeared and grew rapidly from August last
till the present time, and I now Cick, black
and strong soli and plensant to Ihe touchj
whereas, before, it was harsh and wiry, what
lillh) thoro was of it, and lhat Llt!e was d'sap
i peuriiig very rapidly. I slill ns. your Restor
ative ntion t I wice a we. -it , and shail sioti have
a good nnd perfect crop of In.ir. Now, I had
read of these thing atid wiio hes uol7 but
have not s.-n b't'ieil ntiv cso where any
person's hnir wus really benuhtt-J by any of
the hair tonics, elc, of li.e day: u:iJ it renlly
tiv.: mc pleasure to rrcord the rosalt of my
experience, I lur.e i ..-e j.nmcuded your prepa
r..tiou to nliirrs, utnl It ulr-e, iy has a irge alld
general auk- lliroughon t the Territory, Til
people haro k now Ils ell'eets, aud h tvo confi
dence In it. The supply yon sent us, sh whul
sale ngenls for tlie 'i'e: ritory, is nearly exhsnsl
ed, and da y i nqu irli s aie iii- 'e for it. Yoa
deserve c reel it lor your dlsceve-y; end I, fwf
one, return you my thanks for the bnefit It
hes done inf., for I certainly bad il- s,j!r"i long
ago of ever etl'-ctin auy sneli r.-in t
Yours, bnstilv, J. W. liOND,
Firm of Pond At K'elk.gg, lirui-;i-t, St. i'sa!.
The u udersigiied, Re v J . K br; g', I a miu
liter in regular s'.iinding. and pnstor of tiio Or
Ihni'ox Church, nt Rrookfiel I, M. H is a
gentleniaii of giu.it inllueuce and li nlvermil
beloved. WM. DYER.
TlrcoknsM, Janusry 12,
Dk.r Sis: Having mids trial of jour
Reslnratite, it gives tne pleasure to sy, that
its ed'ecl has been excel In nt i u removing i u Huni-
r ation, dnnrirurl', and a constant tem'.ency ti
itching, with w htc li I hnv b-f n troubled from
childhood ; a ml has also restored mr hair, which
wn becoming gray, to Its original color. I
have used no other atticU, with anything Ilka
the etitno pleasure or piolit.
Your., truly, J. K. BRAGG.
I A Matket it., St. Lauii, Murch 5, ia:i.
Vr as ?is: I am doing an cutousiv tnvel la
tho West and Sou lliuestern Slat's, ns general
ngent for Adams' American Liniment, aud
wool. I be glad if you would f.nor me with a
consignment of Professor Wood's Restorative,
1 feel assured that I ran introduce it iu
many plac where it is not know n, as my )-.esd
Is a living testimony ol ils valuable proporlie.
i :i ri aiming lho hair to i's iiuturui color. I
am forty years old, niul my hair was atrr.ost
bite; hut after using three ball pint hollies,
my holr is us hi-auli ul naburil us il was at
si teen, and m ucli iinprov-d in nppeuratice, and
I would not be without a bottle en bund for
ihe pi ico of leu. 1 should be vary glad to liesr
In in von soon. Very r.-f pecifnl I v,
WM. 11. PROOMr"..
ILTSol.l at 114 Market slreM, St. Louis, 1 Mia
souri, CiG Jiroi dwnv. New York, and by all
Druggist everywhere. All kinos of family
Patent Medicines for solo on the best possible
terms, ut Professor Wood's tituMielniicut, 114
Market St. Louis.
LJS(iid by alj lho U.i:ggis'.s iu tb plac.
HEALTH OR SICKNESS?
,tIIOCi; BLTM EL. TI K.tl,
HOLLOV7 AY'S PILLS.
Tlio hi ond f urn Isl e s the 11 i.ti lal uf ev
ery bone, muscle, glund und tii.re lu tha
liuinnu lnine. Wlivn p. lire, It seciuva
heilth lo every organ: when corrupt, it
nc-csaiilv jroduces di'si-.e. lit l.I.O
WAV'S PILLS operate cii.-ctly up n li e
e I e ill e 11 1 cl llip tliium o ! 1 1 le , 1 oil tr.iliz dig
I h e p rinc i j le oi r. is. ii - o , h nd t hns rud cm li y
curing 11;. lunlady. iieihc i- a-caied in li s
lie i yen , tiie ntoiiinc h , t he llvel.the lose!,
th inr.n.: I es, the skin, t !. ; ii,.ii.,or an;
er part of the aysti in.
Used Throughout tlic Wcild!
IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS are equally eiS.
cociouj lii com pla int r ccii.n.on to tlie wbs'e
liuiiian race, und ii disordci s peculiar lo vr
tuiu climates auJ localities.
Dyspepsia, and detuiigeiiienl ol th llvsr,
the source of I ulit inity aud s i lieriug, and lit
cause of innumerable de;.tb, Jield to the.
c il rati i es, i n all cutis, Itwfver rggruvi.trd.
atingusa mild purgative, alteram e nd tu.
nic; they relieve tl e bon e's, r un fy the il u.
ids, and ilivicoritlo ti.o aystem end li.e 4o.
sliiutiou nt iliciinie tin e.
General Wenliness Neivcua Ccm-
When all stlnui lunts fail, the renovating
aid blueing properties of these Pill glva
ii inliei-s to il e .sl.al, ing lul l ra and enfeebled
.'Muscl-' of the victim o' cene al d.bilit7.
All irregchirilic and ailments Incident '
the delicate and sensitive organs -f tha aer
sre lemoved or prevouled by a few Coe (
Ucni mild, but iiitallible allartiitivs. ie
mother who regards her own or her chlldien'e
health, should fill to have then w.linu her
The Lo ii go n " l.ui ret ,"' lho Loudon "Med.
lea' Review." am! Il e moil in.iiciit f the
fac iity In G rent Hi Hi i n, F rs nee nud O.-rma.
ny, h'.ve tulogtied the Pills uud their inv.-n.
Ilolli'Wny's Pills trr tht hrtt rtrn'df
known in the wcrld fur the j'olhteng
Sin im un 'I
Ctusl Diseases lud
CO I' rin. a i
Dv ' -ia
nrl ininntion venereal
luwarJ Weak- lions
Liver Com- kind
t' ip Mnnnfartories cf riofenor
llni.i.ow AT, SO Maiden I.ane, New York ; si d
!44 Strand, London, and by ill : espec t.l,l
Druggists, and Dealer In Mi dicims throB(l..
n:l Hie United States, and the ii is- world
u box -a al 'Jj cents , tj :t u i d each
I'Therc is considerable savlaj by taking
lie larger siteg.
V. li. Dire I ' i" for ll pnuair afpa-
'ii -a In every i mrder aie ulLied to eneai
!loX . de.. 1 'mljooar
Hl'ftllttioil ! Nnn. ure I'eiiuine nnU.s
ho w o-.'s " ll'dlnwaij , New Yn k u nd .in Inn ,"
re discernible us a ti-urer-nix'i in every leaf ef
be bonk of directions around each p it or bos ;
be eime may bo plainly seen by hdlin i tin
Vr" to the. light. A liaii'lsouie reward v.ill be
,'iveu t any one reu 'ering an h Information
is may load to the ik-t-otioii of any party or
nrlies I'oiiulerfoitiug lho medicines or vending ,
he suMie, k uewing Ihrm to be spurious,
Flour, Corn !tIoal,
BUCKWHEAT Fi.OUR Alwaj its baud
at the F anilly Urocery of
J. 11. MUI.I.UN1V.
Japanned Eirl Car;c ,
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