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Ohio News Items.
flic Ainlit'T of
if! trust , fur ll
NiiViluluT la t.
Itillll.H ('1' ( MlMI,
Ton ririsonor-t r -f;i i ifl (Vm
of Franklin pintnty on llw nn.rniii'r
April 1st. All 1. ut one wire cuiilii
for Htoul i n . Only two were vo f:i j.t u r
Pr. T. C. .Toni.s, , f,f tl- 1.1
physicians in ('nliiinliiis, dicl itcimiI 1 y,
after a prntriicleil illmj. Pr. s
was wrll kiiiwn In llm Mo'liral l;n-iiliy
of tlio Slate.
Tllfi f.liird of Mci-HII. Monro, of ll.i-
niersvillc, I'.i-own co., wim cntcrcil l.y
burclnr1, nnc niulit week In I'. re :i ,
nnd 100 stolen from tin; money draw
er. No goud.-t wcro missed.
The lady of Judi'o lleevos. of Cliilli
cotlin, from wliom Ir. Piuilnp recent
ly romoved ft monstrous tumor, lias
dinco died, from tlie cdeets of the op
eration. Tt is Mated that a stock company has
l)Cen formed in Cincinnati and Dayton,
to construct a sleam waion to he run on
common roads. Tt was tc-ted recently,
nnd travelled to the entire .satisfaction of
those who gut it, up.
The Sixty-Ninth Anmvi.i:sai: v of
tlio Settlement of Ohio was eclchrafod
by tlio Cincinnati l'ioneer Association,
on Tuesday, 7th hist. K. P. Mans
field, Ks.. delivered an Oration, and a
supper was e iven a 1 1 lie 1 ten n ison 1 1 ouse.
A little son of Samuel rune-hum, of
Georgetown, was so severely burned
last week, that his recovery was con
sidered doubt I'ul. His parents h-ft him
asleep in 'he cradle, and on reluming
to the house after a short ah dice, found
bis clothes on fire.
A Snonuxt'l AlTAllt A man named
Win. Thompson, who resides near Wind
sor, Ind., is in the Warren county jail,
charged with having murdered an in
fant, supposed to ho his own illegiti
mate child. Thompson, and the mother
of the child, (a nv who had been raised
in his family) came, to the Shaker ull
age, in AVarren county, and tried to tret
the Shakers to adopt the child, repre
senting themselves ;is it-, uncle and aunt.
The Shakers, su.-pei-ting something
wrong, refused to tkao it. A day or
two afterward the child was found in
cornfield near Carlisle, frozen to death.
It is believed from the evidence obtain
ed, that Thompson left it there, but l.-M
the mother that bo had placed it, with
801H3 friends. On the discovery of the
murder, Thompson was at once pur-uod
and arrested in 1 iidiaua.
Steps have also been taken for the ar
rest of the girl.
Ar ATnociors Villain. The Pav
ton Gazette learns that- tho wife of
respectable citizen near Franklin, 'War
ren county was recently seduced, by
-villain, who took that means of reveng
ing himself for some real or fancied in
jury be had received from her husband.
After accomplishing the ruin of his vic
tim, he went to the husband and )ma,-l-ed
of what he hail done.
"The outraged husband, instead of
shooting the seducer through the le art,
took biin home, confronted him with the
wife, who, after repeated and persistent
denials, seeing that her husband was
convinced of her guilt, at length admit
ted her participation in the ini put y.
Tho result, of course, is, that the fam
ily is broken up, perhaps I'.iiwit. The
three children are torn from their ini.l'i
or, who is to he sent to her friend .; Vl bile
tho monster, who acemnpli
in, instead of being summ
cd of, as retributive jusiic
to reouire, is .still at lanr'
to b..-i,t of
Who Makes the Lawn?
Tho Cleveland Herald thus c:
tention tn a few important f.icls. s
od by the bite decision of the
The Supremo Court of the I nitcd
.States, which decided the .Mis-aoiri Com
promise to bo unconstitutional; which
jdenied power to Congress over Slavery
'in tho Territories; and declared that
drop of negro blood throws a human be
ing out of tho pale of citizenship of the
only true liepublie on earth, is composed
of nine members, l'ive of course
area majority. Ifivejare'slavehohlors, and
in fact represent but ..."0. 0U0 uut'of more
than L'0,000,000, whih four are from
Free States. Tho free population, liv
ing in the Judicial circuits of these five,
number (3, 1 2J')'2. Tho I'rco popula
tion living in the judicial circuits of the
four in the minority, number l'. Ill 1, 7!.
Vet the former force laws l.pon the latter.
The people in the circuits of these five
Judges, Bond IK) Kepresentatives
Congress. Tho people in the circuits of
the four Judges, send 1 I I Ilepiv.-enta-tives.
In making up this 110, livo lie
procs who aro nobody count as many
as three white men.
Tho States comprising the Districts of
the tivo Judges, have 10 electoral votes.
Tho States comprising the histriels of
tho four Judges, have 17li electoral votes.
Will the Freemen of tho North long
er submit to the tyranny of the ooOjOiH)
Tho Albany Journal in. speaking of
tho Court, says:
"Originally there were three Northern
nnd threo Southern Judges. Uut the
South soon got tho bigger share of the
black rolies, and kept them. Of the
thirty-eight who have sat there in judg
ment, twenty-two were nurtured ''on
plantation." The Slave States have been
masters of tho Court lifty-seveii yean;,
tho Frco States but eleven! The Free
Stales have had the majority only seven
years (his century. Even the Free
,jtato Judges are chosen from slavery
extendingparlies. Fresident nominates
and Senate will con linn none other.
Threo times a new J uilge.ship has been
created, and every time it has been filled
with a slaveholder."
llnnr Soitiikhv Gitoiwn. Captain
Jones, Cnitcd Stales Army, a Virginian
liy l.iirlli, hlatioueil not long since
lienccia, California, had with him
body Bervant a slave named Joe. One
morning the eiiptaiii was tallied by the
news of Joe's having' . hot nimthci' ne
gro, and Bteriily asked him how he dared
to do So. Joe Kccmed at lir-t ca-t down,
but rallying hincelf and lo iking the
captain full in the face, r, -died: '!), Cu
is, mas.-a, dat ar nigger was one of dem
New Vork free nig'jers. lie 'suited me,
r.nd I bud to take high Saidron ground
General News Items.
Tim liepnlilicans of
li.'ivn liominated PavM
it is paid, will pnil
tlio ouninr' summer
Kx -( !ov.
lii'.'ler, of California, is np
inisler to Chili, i-tVc Mr.
aid there nrn nhout fifty
:it ,Ya-liiiu;tt'ii for every
In o at
isiiosal of the President.
One hundred thousand persons
climated, were in Washington
1 n . 1 T .
on the nay oi i no inauguration.
Sir J. F. Crampton, late Pritish
Minister to the Cnitod Stales, has
been appointed Pritish Minister to the
K i ng of II .mover.
Mr. Peter Payne
tian Tiife," lias been
anthor of ''Chris
appointed editor of
ll. 1.1.1.... 1 II. ...
me i.uinourL'n u nness, to succeed the
lamented Hugh Miller.
Col. Fremont, is busily engaged in
New York iirct'arin'' the reports of
three expeditions for publica-
Foh n C. Vnu-jdian. Fso.. has ouit
the editorship of the Chicago Tribune,
and is about to resume the practice of
law in that city. .
The demand for the seed of tho Chi
nese Sugar Cane has increased of late
so rapidly that tho price lias advanced
full three hundred per cent.
Pavid r.ruco, the well-known prin
ter, slereotvitcr and tvne-fuiinder of
week York, died in that city on Sunday
in his H'Mh vear.
ien. Scott's pay, hereafter, will
amount to?15,.HM.) a year. Je gets also
lut) arrearages, which Secretary
I 'avis refused to grant.
Hev. Mr. Spurgeon, whose pennons
have created o miieh excitement in
l-.ngland, is failing, in couseiiuenee of
his grunt exertions. Ilia voice is giv
One-house in Louisville, Ky., lias
ch ared no less than ,c::00,(ll)ll 'durin"
the last season in the pork trade an
olher SJdlt, 1100 another SI .-,0,01)0, lmd
several ? J 00,001) each.
Tn his recent message, tho Govern
or of Illinois expresses the belief that
the whole expenses of the State Gov
ernment will now he paid by the rev
enue of the Illinois Central Railroad.
John Tlames, a man lot years old,
i now living in .Murray Co., Georgia!
He migrated to South Carolina from
his home in Virginia over a hundred
years ago; was with Gates at Camden,
and with .Morgan at the Cowpens.
V. ben there first came news of lynch
ing, shooting, scalping, arson, fraud and
plunder committed by the Pro-Slavery
men in nansas, too newspapers and ora
tor- id the Democracy denounced it as a
pack of "Black l.epubliean lies," got up
to influence elections. They continue to
this day to stoutly aver that'll istho Free
Male emigrants who make all the trouble
tho Pro-Slavery folks beinir as neaceahle
and well disposed as need he. Put ifany
Jiepumican lias given a worse
account ol them than the Democratic Ad
ministration's own officials do, we have
yet. to see it. Col. I Mahay, who was the
editor of the Administration nmni
dares they mobbed him anJ destroyed his
Printing Oliiee. Gov. Peoder, vho was
a l.ii' liaiiau Pemocrat, relates that they
as-wilted him and drove him from the Ter
ritory. Gov. Shannon, the most pliant of
Ohio I ro-Slavery men, admits that they
compelled his participation in outrages
that evonjie revolted at, and finally hustl
ed him home, with threats and violence.
And nowGuv. Geary, their third Demo
eratie Governor just ret urned from the
1 erntory, and glad to escape with his life
relates how they plotted his assassina
tion, and says the half of their atrocities
have not been told. Do these gentlemen.
all Democratic office-holders tinder the
late Administration, also toll "Plaek Pe
. ..1 l: i: . .1 . i - o
jmii.iic.iii nta auoui ivansasr -Atoani
Important from Kansas-The Free
ST. LOUIS, March 23.
!'!. '1' 1 .... r. .,
i ou i unci a corresiioiiueni or mount)-
iH'rat says, that tho Kansas Free State
Convention was in session nt that rdaee
on the 10th and 11th inst., C. F. Currier
presiding. A com in: tlce reported a scries
oi resolutions stating that tho people of
theterritoiv cannot miiticln.'itn in tbr.
( h eiion under the Census Constitutional
Convention Act, without comprtimis'.ng
their rights as American citizens, anil
jeopardizing (ho public peace.
That tho Topcka Constitution is still
the choice of a majority of the citizens,
and org J upon Congress an immediate
admission as a State under it. That
peaceful relations between the citizens is
regarded as indispensable to the welfare
of tho people and territory, and earnestly
appeal to all men to submit the differen
ces of opinion growing out of the ques
tion of domestic institutions to the ballot
box; prmided that any attempt to
abridge ,,r impair the freedom of speech
or the ballot box, be held ns a just cause
of dcpaituie from this policy.
That no tests be made fur membership
in the Frco State party savo the exclu
sion of Slavery from Kansas That we
are inflexibly determined to abide by the
principles of squatter sovereignty, as
enunciated in the Kansas-Nebraska bill.
Si:i:n.s foh Kansas. Gov. Bingham
of Michigan, has placed in the hands
of the National Kansas Committee,
810(10, to be expended in tho purchase
of seed wheat, for the use of Michigan
emigrants in Kansas. The sum is part
of the appropriation of $10,001) made
by the Legislature of Michigan for the
purpose of aiding emigrants from that
Slate, now in Kansas.
As n MMirial remedy for dlKensea. to which
.-.II (atniliiH urn subject, llonjtuitd't Cirman
L1II1 1$ 1-on 11 ( t bo surpassed.
Pnii.AiiKi.i'iiiA, March 2d, 181!.
I),;ir Sir I would blulo for the benefit of the
iiilliel.'.l , that 1 have used your "lloullaud (Jo
miiii Hilt" j mvHilf 11 ud in my family, for a
1. 111 lime, and hitve always found them to act
iih oil reprnnmit. 1 have ton nil them a (J real
ben. 'Ill in can. in of lieu laebi), Fui lis in tho riido
and Jlreiii si, Colds and Nervuua Dixma'-u, and
enrii.-atly ri'eomiiiend Hi. m lo all who may bo
iililiclrd with disea.-iea for which yoii prescribe
linn,. 11. M. fAld.S,
No. 31 Ituca Sliettt.
To Pr. C. M. Jackson, Fhllad'a. .,j.';,v3
HILLSBORO, April 8, 1857.
O ATS are very scarce nnd in d a ma nd nt '3 He
COHN is n Iho scarce and In notivo demand
"I nir quotation.
WHEAT Price Imvo declined to DflaDuc,
Willi moderate rceoipt.
COHN MEAL is scarce and In demand, nt
'"' from ivsjiiiih.
II UTTER in still scarce, flood brings JHa'sO.
Oilier urlieles aro without change.
Flour, "phlil, a.r
C.ornmcal, bus f ' t 1
0 I 'I
Wood, rord 0 f'fln.J
I'ot.-ilocn. Im. 1 (ion I i!.ri
Orern Apples, 7."nl "(li
Cloversred, 0 5(lii7 00
00,Hiiltpr,V lb al
1'" c ir , cl u z
liny, ton, It) (Hail I (Ml
I ' li iekc lm,(lo7.,l SJ.ml 1)1'
I. Applnp, nl W
I). reaclioH, i 00
R n ron 1 1 n nifi ll 1 0
W hi liraim ainnll "uf! 1-5
Timothy, 3 0(1
Flour, llil 5 !i.')M.r
I'lour cwt. 3 0(1
('ornmnnl . hu a n".ri
('an dl pr , ll
I.nrd.ll. 1 lnl5Ui
Clovcmod, 7 .id
.SnSiiRnr, llj 12'inl5
N O.Mnlapr,i, nIO
Suit. Knn . Im a nfio
c oll re,
(In I 0(1
I. ike S all bid
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
CINCINNATI, Tuesday, Apr. 7.
Carefully corrrrtrd rvrry work, from tl
l.ntrat cily 1 iiprra.
Corn.prrbu. (. ( .'dircaei.W It 1. lUnl2
Wlirat, 1 Uail l-i llntlrr Koll, II). ISiiJI
Onta, " -lnaO I. ecu, !oz. .1n14
I'lonr. bbl. 0" Urmia, bnnli. 2 lOn'J IS
Ilofrs, crona G O'lnfi '.;." I). Applm.liuOniJSd
laud, U). 1 Iiil4'. I). lVarlira, nrw 3a.'l ;
Mtn I'orh i'1 :) Hnv, ton halo S0a'J2 Oil
Clovrr Seed, 7a7 2.i Apples, bid 4ul 00
Timothy " 3n3 -'." 1'nlalo,-,, lui, lllHallO
I allow, rrnU. I i; ;1 1 1 r rather,, III. -Ilia 17
lops, lb. J Onl Q Wool, co.f'l. bl'.2 - n-IU
l!crvrs,cwt.iirl"al0 00 " rxlrafine, nlj
The prlcca herein (riven, uro tli wholrsulr
rutra. On umall Iihk to country ilrulrra tin ml
vanco of from 3 to 5 prrcfiil on thrso rat'.a is
llal2'Ricc, lb. E
lPyi'2 Suit, Kann. bu.
NO. Molasses, jja t--u7l)Tol;icco, Huf.
Trim, lb. 4l)ii,.)."iNla, Krg, 3 .IP n5 7.1
M.irkrr-INoI ,21h'J.') 00 J.rnther.Cin. Soli-3P4'
U'liilo t'isli, bill 'Coal, fin y, 1-JalG
Cod Fish, lb. 4 1 .'n 1 3 , "i W liisky cul. 2:i
Knisins.M.R.box a:i; ia OriinifOH, box, -In 1 ,2.r
Hrooma, doz. I I anvi Sll Camllra, Mould 1'Jalti
Urd Oil, (r.'il.l OOnl IU Soap, coin lb. 7aH
HEMARKS. rnnviRiosa lira unclianijcd,
Willi inoderalo urmnnu. (jRocKRiF.a ditto.
In (Jiuin, wo notice a further alirlit iloclinn
in licit, with n dull m-irkft. Oal ire urarra,
at an ndvauce of Sa.'fc. Corn in cood domund
Qiul ti ml at qnnlnlions.
1 1. ol'R la dull and lieavv nt nuolnliniia, Willi
a light demand lloldera urelinc selling below
Jj, anticiiatni; n reunion.
I,ard On, Ins fnrlhiT advanced.
Tobacco of all kinds lins achainod ronaidrr
ubly, and is firm ut D . i 'J j c for comnioii to
Cincinnati Horse Market.
Tlio Ilor.e market did a lurr;o amount of
IiuhUipss last week , but on the whole iieoa
fell oil a li llle Imin our ireviou (nutations
(.ood ooininon lloraaa, uu'vever, lirni j leidily
4, til) to $Hf1. IliirnesN Iioim-s, iJI'JO to 41-tO
am! pood hsavy drangbl, JIOO to $l'A.
1 no tolal salea font u i II tj hriul. .Most of
these wero for homo use. Commercial, 1st.
At Cincinnati, last work, l!e?f Cattlo ranged
from $'i..ri(l to 5a.r.13 per cwt. gross, lor com
mon to exlra.
New York, April 1. Pales of 3,501 beeves.
Market heavy will, dec lino .,c, chiefly in in
ferior qualities. Friers ranr;o from J 1 1 .fid.
Hospital fou Invalids. Mr. Uuth
(111.111, it oonn's, is making bit. Administra
tion a hospital for political invalids.
(icn. Cass was rejected by the people of
Michigan, whereupon Mr. Cass is made
ieerctary ot Mate. 31 r. louccyis re
pudiated by the people, of Connecticut,
and Mr. Tuitcey is made Secretary of the
Navy. Mr. Mcdill is rejected by the peo
ple, of Ohio, and Mr. Medill is made First
Comptroller of tho Treasury. Mr. IJuch
anan gathers in the lame, and the halt,
nii.i tlie uiimi, ana tlio lact tluit a man is
rejected by tho people seems to ho a suf
i,cv. taivin l olton, -well known as
tho writer of tho ''Junius Tracts" a
series of political papers of great popu
larity in the campaign of IS 10, and
also editor of the ''Speeches and Cor
respondence of Henry Clay," died n
lew. uavs since at r-avannali, Ueoruia.
whither he had gone in pursuit of
Fital Why Prominent.
For a long lima there was a paragraph muk
ing ils regular weekly uppearauec in our tol
11 11111H, with the brief, hut emphatic words "F its
Fits!" always at the head, lo some an oflensive
caption, but not so to the benevolent nnd hu
mane, who could sympathize in the sorrows of
others, boine persona are ahocKed at any In
dkution of disease, end are even thrown into
nervous excitement 011 witnessing a henrse or
a colli,. Mic 11 arc to he pi lied. We should
always strive to look disease and even death in
the fane wil.i calmness, nnd especially take
every oporiunuy lor ulleviutmg disease.
Viewed in Ibis light, the advertisements of S
S. llunce, of 108 liallimore street, Haltiinore
Mil., posticus a corlaiu i itereut, and those who
know of any one Biilhirui(; from Kpilepsv,
.i I.1:... .r I. : I I t ...
piisilia, ui i.b hi ai.y miiiii. MIIUUIU leel 11
pleasure to cul out this advertisement, or in
some other way send word lo the nlilicted ol
(he great value of his remedies. They can be
sent to any part of the country by mail. I'rico
' per box.
For the benefit of the Invalid portion of our
community, up extract the following from the
Almanac of Dr. CM. Jackson, proprielor of
lludlantl s l-rrman liitlirt, hoping it may in-
uueo a inal ot them:
Piiekfiki.d, 111., Mar. 19, 1853.
J. C. Niles g.iys:
"I expect to sell great qunuliliis of your
Hitlers this vear. .Many of my customers
speuk very highly of ils good uiialities, havine
proved itself must an cxrrllrnt I'rxrr und A)ut
preventative, a grat purijnr of tlie tilnnit, and
the very best thing oil record to aid digestion
and cpeute a good natural appetite. In short,
I uiu aiire it is line of tlie bjsl medicines known
for family usu, being sale nnd pleasant for any
ohm lo lake."
C. Ij, P. Crock well says:
Anamosa, Iowa, May 1, 1 R I : "The Hit
ters i;ive unbounded satisfaction lo u!l dial
Icive ued lliein, and I do and can recommend
lliein lo i.ll (hit are i.llli' ted. They have cur
ed muny caaes of l)spepsia, toiim of them
where hundreds of dulli.is have been spent for
remedies whi.'.h iill'irded no reliel, and were
considered incurable until ihcy uM the Hit
lers " marltiw'J
Fever nnd Ague cured wiihout using Qui
nine, Arsenic, Mercury, Opium, or any of the
poisonous drugs, or dangerous C!Ufiiji.iu mis,
generullv resorted to by sullerers from Ibis
lung driiwn, most ulllie.tiug, and annoying of
all diseases, by resoi liug to Carter's Spiiuiali
.Mixture, which contains noun of (Im above
deleterious substances, which cures ell'e dually
and fully by ucling specifically on the Liver
and Skill, l'lirilying the lSlood, ami expelling
lit o remains of old medicines with which the
system has been clogged, opening the pores ol
the body, anil allowing nature to assist ilsolf
In breaking up the disuuse, and recuperating
Hee the cure of Mr. John Longdou, of Va.,
he l.al fixed and clnuuio Aguu and Fevers
chills twice a day lor thrto enrs. Nothing
permanently cured bin, until ll Iried Carter's
panial. Mixture; it bottlva of which perfeclly
reh'.uiej bin, to heallh; nor bus he bad a chill
since, lie is oulv one eat of a thousand w ho
has experienced the life-renewing effects of
thit valuable nuiitisi o!' Ihe blood, mailjrtl
a. r. BAILEY & CO.,
Successors to June Turner's superbly p
Circus and Menagerie.
John Shea, Knupstrian Pirpctor. V. IF
Auntin, Mnnng'r. N. S. .Smith. Treasurer.
Clown, Jim Ward. King Master Mr. Sha.
Will Fxhihit at Hillsboro, on PATURDAY.
pril 1 1 tli, 1PS7. Doors open at 1 V. M..and
in u'., in me I'.veiilng. Admnsinii 25cts, no
iisn rnco. I o see botl, f .xhihiliens.
I he great l'nuesirian trcuii anr! i i 'en.lid eol-
leotion of Wild Ai.Ii-miIs will bo exhibited nn
der tho same canvass, for only one price of od
Anions the most Miimlriioiii feafnrai ol
this superb Fsliihlishnipnt Is the grand eon
.eiiuinioii oi f.oueslriau ialeiit. comnrisiiio
most of the Leading Slnrs of boll, continents,
among which are the following popular names
""'I i.vmnastica and Acrol.stio heals by
Mr. NICIJOLLS; among the performaiifee ol
Mr. i iciiolls will he seen tho "newly invented
hope l-'eats, called the Fire, iinn's Ladder, ele
gant display or A'lilelic Skill, Vc.
F.legant Scene Act of changes, by Mr. W
Kincnde, in which the Rider will give illuslra
i. .... in various weii-Hiiown chnraclers on
horseback , accompanied by rapid changej of
cos mine, exprepsivo pautoinnnic action, appro
Splendid Act of Horsemanship, Mr. LL'KF.
I T - I. n o i .1 . . . . .'
iw . i. no, in , ne course oi WHICH this acenm-
l I..1...I -.. J ... . ...
(.it-... .-.I mi., iinrt'piij riuer. win riispjiy ins
graceful uud rapid feals of limitation.
Curious and Interesting feats of linlancilig
on Horseback, by MAS'I'LR RIIKA.
Ilrilliant display of Hoisemansliip, by Mons.
FiF.NOIT, upon Two nnd F'our highly trained
uorses, exiiimung a most perrect command o
i.. i 1... . ' . .
-no iri.ii, nun uio as, en isu I li g Mislinct sue
obedience of the nohlii horses.
I brilling I eals upon the Trapcz, or Aerial
i.ymnasiuin, liy ."Messrs. WAR ) and N1CII
OLLS, n performanco requiring the grealest
physical ana moral nerve of the artist lo
Lnlty and energetic Leaps. Acrobatic Feats
and elegant l.yinnastics, hy MONS. J LETCH
I' K. A graphic representation will be given
of Hurdle Jumping, Fence Leaping, fir,., by
.ti r. i i Ui , on his fleet and heautiful chnrgt-r
wiinoui sailille or lin.lle. l-.legnnt nnd vigor
mi! exercises by the Troupe in Tumblintr
Van King and Siimmorsetling, in the course of
which the following celebrated arlisls will jis
liiiL'iiish theniselves, viz: Messrs. J. HAS
LKTT, JIM WAftl), the Clown. W. WARD
l I NC A Dr., I,I:kH KIVF.IIS, MAST.S11FA
Ml!. SOLOMON and MAST. DICK.
JIM WARD, the Clown, will perform
Comic Scene on Horn-hack, in which he will
p isonalo with admirable dexterity ol' changes
Ihe following characters the Gipsey, Female
.Moileflly, liBcchus, IjoiI ol v ma.
Feats of Posturing nnd Muscular Strength,
by .Mr. SOLOMON.
F.legant Act of Lndy LqilslriaiiNni, hy
Mad'ile. ADF.LE DUBOIS, from the Paridan
Circus and London Amphitheatre, in all those
beautiful Tours do (Jrace, and agile foals
Knuestrianism, for w hich her school is so just
ly nnd w idcly celebrated.
The pre llv distinguished French Rider.
MONS. KF.NOIT, will give an exhibition
I, is sui pr sing art , as La Jongleur, a Cheval,
in thecours'-of which be will perform vari
ous fents of .vuinlerfiil dexterity in balancing
Halls, Spinning Plates, throwing Knives, play
ing with Sticks, Rings, Ac, during the mo
tion of his horse u roil ml the circle.
The ciiterti'.inincnt will bo enlivened and al
ternated with ths perfo r iminca of a baud
Sable Minstrels, in which MR. MI' LI. I (JAN,
tlie Original Bob Ridley, mid MI!. S.MlW
DF.N, Iho accomplished Hanjo Player, will sing
a v uriel y o f Popu Inr Negro Mi-Indies .Choruses.
C.lcos, Ac, Dances, jigs, Breakdowns, A
Tlio enleriaiiimeuts will conclude with a Comic
Parti! ion otire.
OA.Mt'KL WATTS and Nancy, his wife,
O Harvey McCoy and Mary McCoy, his wife,
David H. Ridgoway and Jane fi idgevj ay , bis
wife, John M. Sanders and Luciuda his wife,
and John McCoy, who reside In the county
(if Id igl. land, Christopher Terrell ami Martha,
his w ile, who reside in the slate of Iowa, An
drew .McCoy, who resides in the State of Iudi
Marlh.t McCoy, and Mary McCoy , who ore sup.
posed 'o reside in Montgomery co., () and Eliz
abeth McCoy, who resides in the slat.-ol Indi
ana, which three last are children of A lex uider
Mi Coy, dee'd., Clark McCoy, who resides
the tn d county of H igliland. Laniard Allen
nnd Ann, his v.ife, Doctor Melvinney and
Rachel Jane, b is wife, w ho reside in the state
of Iowa, Jonathan K irrett and Surah M. Bar
rel!, his wifo, Win. McCoy and Levi McCoy,
who reside in the said County of Highland,
and Cyrus McCoy, w ho r sides in the state
lown, and Sarah McCoy, widow of Thomas
McCoy, dee'd , who resides in llle stale of In.
(liana, arc hereby notified that a petition was
filed In tho Court of Common Pleas of High
land County on the llth day of March, lbiT,
by Walklns Johnson, and Jane Johnson,
wife, and is now pending, demanding partition
of the following lands and tenements, sitUd
ted in the raid county of Highland and stale
Ohio, and described as follows, to-wit:
A tract of laud, part of John Hays' Survey
No. il'JH'i, containing about 85 acres moie
less, being the home farm of Thomas McCoy,
late of liighlund county dee'd , and upon
which he residod at the time of his decease
and for a long time previous thereto, nnd
which is bounded north by land of John Mc
Coy, east by land of Levi Johnson, sooth
land ol Joseph V. Putton, and west by land
of James Y. Fairly.
Also, one oilier tract, coulalning about fif
ty lu res more or less, bought hy thu said Thos.
McCoy in his lifetime of Thomas Montgom
ery, and lying in the northwest cornr of
home farm of the v.ild Thomas Montgomery,
and- bounded north by land of Alex. Walker,
east and south by land of Thomas Montgom
ery, and west by land of Henry Cowgill.
And ut the 'uneTerin of said Court A.
Is."i7, said petitioners will usk that Ihe dower
of Sai.ih AfcC-iy may be assigned and parti
tion of said lands bu made among the parhs
in interest in Ihe proportion In said petition
mentioned, subject lo such deduction as may
be legal by reason of the advance payments
thereon charged to have been made to cur
tain of said defendants by the said Thos. ilo
Coy dee'd., in It's I i f r t i 1 1 1 e. .
March lcilh, I8i7. iiit.TOwC
IIKA1 R IN Al l. KIN11S Of
R A R I) W A R E
Coiinksok Main ami Smoui- Ltsikts. oi-i-ositi
uik Fi i.icuiT Housf:, ILi.i.anor.0, O.
J. 15. HILL,
has a lurge and general asaortmcnt of
COOK, lMKLOK AM) S!I01
FOK WOOD OR COAL
wlm li he is selling for
SM ALI.I'.R PKOFFI S 'I'll A N LVLR BE-
r?. tj. nr.iiTii, cf itow i.iaihct,
K. tbla method of returning bl.ninrarntl.ank. to bis numrroua friend, and rin-tnini...
lor (he many favors pant, and hnni's bv at rlri aiin.it inn ...I r..i..i: .. . . - - . .-.
of simllarfavora, a, well a, tol nv lie lliein a t thrir
ns n-w stork, wind, is now rary full and cr.nj.let.compriai i.C al mnat every vai iet y of
ri.-I.-p aiiM I'.iiicv Irv iiootU,
Ib.la, Caps, rtonnrta ir,. Ct,,,,, Krrnrh, Ki,Bli,h and"(Jerman i;.i,l,ro-,!..r;. , .,,,,1 Tiim.
mini;,, I a rasols, v e . . I.rondcliil ha, Caaniinerea.
Drills, KraHy-maile Clolhiiip. Hoots. Sbtifa. rj,
- 1 .u.iniiici , 1 i. u . 1 nim viut.Ty,
,t ., l4 11 0 : 12 " f -oi' I9C very i'iiM"o( (?n.ililv,
flo those especially who love a cup of pood Tea or Colll-e full ,. ,, wnul.l ,,v,
onie and cive Ins one trial aud vnu still nnl I.. .!,.,..; ,.t,.,i ri;i. u;..i..'...
Glasi and Putty, Uje blunn, and all of the
Mol Topnlnr Pnlrnt Urdii inrw.
1. we a larrre assortmenl of l!r Iron and Sl.el, Wrn,;l,t and Cut Nails, and n ll.,
nd other thinL.s unnecessary li.ro to nieutii.n. All of whirl, b. .,rr. ,l, . ,,1,1;.. l
SI II' (nt I 1. . nn f.. u ..a n
Nrwmarket, ()., April K'th. lVr,C, .
N. B. Iliithest priors paid fo. Clover. Timothy and FI
kinds nf rrndnee. fOa II" plrs-A ,.opVi ,, r,.,
enrlir.,1 roiivrnl,.re. in rn,n I i .,..., i
fui,,,.ii f,.iin..,i.. i; f. .,
...... 11....1 -. '. . .. .
. . ... . ,
boujlit in the etilnrn t-l.il
HAM'I, M. t-MITIf.
lax Seed,, I)rid Fruit, ami all
ir.'e K. M S.l imlllf
HIGHLAND COL'NTV COM.MCN PLF.Ao.
ACKSON Mae.kerlv, Luciiiila Drawn, and
Charles Brown hr husband, Minerva Hi-
miller and Himiller, her busbsiid, of
the said county of II ig'.land end Slate of Ohio,
1 two nihers, name and residence unknown,
liein of Thomas Mackerl v . dee'd. . and Sallv
Norm..'.; and Charles Norinnn, her husband'.
of the Slate of New Jersey, and Reniamin
Mstkerly, Andrew N. Mackerlv, Mlchni-I S.
Mackerly, Mary Ann Mackerlv.' L'inma Mack.
rly, Jehu Mackorlv, Amanda Mackerlv, Al.
ciihIm Mackerly, Miry Douglass, and James
Douglass, bar husband, F.mllv Dickey, snd
Alfred S. Dickev, her husband. Michael Mack
erly snd Heiny Mackerly, will lake nolice,
mat a petition was tiled against them on the
!7ih day of August, A. D. IH-irt. In the Court
of Common Pleas, within and for the county
of Highland and State of Ohio, by Luciuda
Wilson snd John O. Wilson, and Is now peiid.
ing, wherein the said Luciuda Wilvon and John
(. Wilson, demand partition of the following
roil estate, to-wit:
Liglity-lwo acres of land, more or less, sit
uated in the county of Highl.uid, in the Stale
of Ohio, five miles from the lown of Orern.
field, adjoining the lands of David Pm-illy en
out. side, snd Joseph Henderson snd Jim-s
Oibson on the other side, being the residue of
i tract of two thousand acres, entered in ihe
uaino of William Ocorge, five hundred acres
af w hich was purchushed by Fphralui Doolil
t lo, of which Ihe said eighty. two acres more
ir lets, Is a part, which ial.l eighty-two acres
of land was convayed to Michael Mackorlv,
by Richard Long, ns Administrator of the '.'.
lale of F.phraim Doolitlle, dee'd., on Ihe a.'ilh
day of June A. D. IS'JI.and by him, the said
V icIlSHl Mekttrlv. nn'iii.tl innl ni-en ..! frl until
his decease, and known and di-siu nated as Ihe i
Isrin of tlie :nel Mackerly, dec d.
And ut the next Term of said Court, op-i.li-atiou
will be made hy the said Luciuda
Wilson and John (J. Wilson, her husband,
for nn order thai partition may be made of
said premises. LUC IN DA WILSON,
inarUfiwG JOHN (i. WILSON.
Robert Hose a c Co.,
Wholesale Grocers uid Commission
Cvrner of Front anil Main Strttti,
HAVF. on band and olTer for sals
50.1 llluls Sugar;
10110 Brls. Molasses;
H 01) ISa.rs Rio, Java,
Mocha and Laguara
. II., Imp'l.. O. P. and
ud 3 Macksrsl;
mil llf. Ch. fresh y
.1(111 Ilrls. Nos. 1, 2,1
fill Dru ins Codfish ;
in.'K) Kegs Assorted Nails;
)!! I Ilrls. Tar, Pitch and Rosin;
2nd Fides Oakum;
100 Kegs Assorted Shot;
Together with s full and large assortment
of ull ki ii'is of ( rnceries usually kept by the
tiadc, which we otl'.-r at ihe lowest prices of
the market. We alvn solicit consignments ill
Produce, uud will attend promptly to forward
iug goods. n.ar.liiiO
TOHV -- MOON and Susannah W. Moon. '
Jr r-i- . r - t . nr i t '
of C niton Const y, Ohio, Joseph W. John-
1 ,. ..-Mi l r, w 1 .
son, of I' nyetle County, Oh o, James F.. John-
rni..-:. . j-. 1 u 1.1 .
son,ni in nois, anc: Charles r. Joinison, t..n
kid P. Johnson aud Eva Dillon, of Highland :
- m.:.. i i i.-: i .
ci.uuiY, on u, i .iii iirue nou I e u .-so u la-
.... . ;f ,, ,. I, , I , i ii 1
l.trn UI .UI... o. .IJIII13UH, UC-. U-, U.I.I IICIIU'
.. a, . t-i j -ii
rictta Morrv. widow of iii . d ceased, wi 1 .
lake notice that a petition has been filed, and
is now pending in the Probate Court of High- j
laud County. Ohio, the object and prayer of'
w l.ieh is, that in-lot No. II In I.eusb-irg In!
said II igliland Con nl y, be sold to pay drhi-. of.
said deceased And that dower ho assigned iu '
the same to said widow. If Ihe said parties
do nol come in ami plead, ansvier or demur to j
said petition by the K'th day of April next th j
same will be taki u as coulcsscd; uud a decree .
JOHN HENLF.Y, !
Adm'r of John H. J ohnion, dee'd.
R. RirsoN, Atl'y. i
Feb. ".'7th, IS.'i'. ' ir.nrl'.'v C !
Landrflh's (s'ardcii Seeds.
LAI!0 I' supply of Laiulreth's far-fiimrd
Oard'i, Seeds, for 1-67, just received and i
for sale, at tho old aland In Smith's C .rner, I
hy JAMES BROWN,
Agent for J. KiBLta.
Jli l.boro.O. Feb. 0.r., Id .7.
Ohio Catawba Brandy!
I UST ULCL'IVF.D. a large lot cf L. Lyons'
,) l'uro Catawba Ilrjndy, which is strongly
rec jiiinieiided'by the medical profession lor
invalids particularly those suff-tring fromlKs-
pepsni anil ueuliny, nl.il lor moiiical purjioses
11 can ha had at I inoinnati iriccs by the liot
lle or case, at the Drug Sloro of the subscri
bers, who uro the t-ole A genu for Highland
Cuuntv. DRS. L Si. W. VV. IlOLMLri.
Poudrr, Shot and Load.
lI'POiNT'-S b-st Rifle Powder, Bird
J Squirrel Shot, and liar Lead just received
and for sale at the old stand in Smith's curner,
by JAMF.S I1ROWN, Agent
j.iuOJ For Josrrii Risers.
IlilNboro and Cincinnati Kailroad.
' I MM
M.MK Cll -VNO KD On and aftor Moudav
an.iary SI, 1ji, and until further notice
the trains will run as follows:
Leave Hillsboro at 7 A.M.,
and 2 P. M.
Arrive al Hillsboro at 15:.h P. M .
and . . CA'j P. M.
Con licet ing w ilh Iralnt at Rlanchester ouco
s day lor Cincinnati, Coin tubus and Chil licotho,
and intermediate poiois.
H I'Tlckels to be bad at nil thn Stations.
oori'ltf J( )l N WjDDI.K, SunM.
l)ni;H Paints, &r., for Cash!!
HA VI NO tried the eridil lyttim iu a limi
ted way for uwhile, and bcin convinced
that il lean I py, henceforth we will sell for
ihe "pay down" only. Our rule will be here
after "No Credit." Thoi-e wauling Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, yc, low for Cash, will
please pi. JS a call.
JAMF.S BROWN, Agent
March -t. I.ri7. For J. Kiai.ra.
Dodd & Co.
Hats, Caps, Furs ;
and Straw Goods.
I44. MAIN ST.
V. '. WI.Wi:iE, rVotaiy IulH-,
DRAWS up all kinds of papers for th Con
veyance or Encumbrance of Ueal Fstute,
lakes Acknowldgmeiils of Deeds, Mor gages.
Liens, Powers of Attorney and other insiru
ineois of w riling.
II "Hlonk Dosds aud Mortgages slwars on
hand for sale.
Oftice at the Recorder's fMtire.
llillsboitf, Joh. 12, 13 7. janlS.nj
White Lead, Unseed Oil.
IJPIIiir.S Turpentine, Coach, Copal and
Leather Varnishes. Fish. Nei.ia I'nut.
Sperm, Lard, C'itor ami K wort Oils, (;is.
Olsssware, all sires and qualities, Sash anil
Doors best qualF.y. of all sires and thick,
ness, Paint Sash and Varninh Brushes Tube
Paints of all kinds, nil colors of Pai'its gn lino
In Oil, best quality Putty, four own m ninf.ic
lure,) Pully knives. ( ; laser's Points, YelloM
"dire, Chromes Vnllnw, tlrecn nod Red.
Drop Lake. Lamp !l0ri. nglish and Chinese
Veriniliions, together w ilh all other nitit l-f
used by painters, and painls for building, jilsl
received snd for snle low for -t.sh l.v
JAMES llUOWN, "Agent
jan21 For JosKrn Kiin.is.
flM'.AS Black, Young Hyson, Imperiul, and
.L Gun Powder, in quantiii-s to nnt purehi,.
rs.at JOHN DUVAt.I.'S.
GR M IS! Almanacs for IS. 17 to give away
1'lciuie call und gel one.
fel.5 Agenl for .1. Kirn. la.
int. w. s. f -ie r.
Plijsio-Dotanir I !:yir iait.
I ATE of Cntie M -y, New Ji-r-ey. f't-dgn'
i pennatienl lv to locale li tinsel i all! illshnM.
would respectfully nir.-r his prolrssional servi
ces to the public In all I's vinions litnuh.s
All persons desiring la be Ireuted P.,iHni.:.i!l y.
can have their utunsl wishes fi ..tt". -d. II
punctual attendance on patients, nnd a str'ci
adherence In the Botanical principles, he hopes
lo merit a liberal share of public patronage
r or the present he may bo found ut the Llli
cotl House, when no
professional I v enraged.
Hillsboro, Jan. 21st, IS.17. "jai.-JJui.t
nov qtin; Kiisvi' oiTiT
Moore's Corner Still Standing, and
READY HADE CLOTHING
CHEAPER ill AN EVF.K.
MOOR E respectfully informs hisfriend
I a nnd the public generally that he has '.it.'
ly received nt the old well known stand, in.
unusually large and splendid ussnrlinciit of
STAPLE S,- FAXC Y Vll Y GOODS!
" "icli they aro respecifnlly invited
und examine for them-inlves, when he
they cannot fail (o purchase, if
frrrat liartain , and the Suprrinr Quality n'
the t. fiats f.!rred ,
Cnnstitnlc any i iidueemeiit. I would nlso in
vite the attention of ( ie lit telnell tr, my
Verv Kxtnisivo Siorlv ut
RK.niv mm: (Lotisim;!
For Spring. Sunmier and Autumn wear, w hid.
has been selected by me from the or: it in i'.t,
wilh special regard tu tho three essential re-
qnisi't-K of ev;y g arnii-nt I'.ish ioiinble make,
durable material , alio cheapness. Every cm-,
therefore, may rest assured that he cannot
suit himself belter, lu-il!-.-r w th regard lu ll:t
prico uor quality, than by c.illinjj upon in.
My slock cousisls in part of
H A N D K F. R C II 1 F. F
...au, .1 loiec nssoiL l VI , 1.1 .eillM
;,.,-,i i, ,
mg liooda, Hats, Caps, Coots and
..,...,,1,. ,,'1 .,
"act, everything wlili; , 11 gent cinnii
i i. . i ... ,
-Shoes ; i ii
w hu I iket
to dress well, needs. As I mil del 'rnii neu nol
to have any of iny stock left on band nfl-r the
season clones, persons are iiifonn
d that 1 will
sci-K. So let them come one for Bargains
Hoots nr. (I IIitIis.
LAROK assortment and variety of Root,
and Herbs laker, ut Iho i.r. p.-r lime b
skillful baiiils con-tlautly oil hand, uud for s..h
for "ihe pav dow u or its e(:ilvuli.ni," ut tin
old stand In CMiiilh's corner In-
JAMl-.S URiiW., Ai-nt
'' or I,'
17 INK Table
Knives, Ivorv 11 c
Flno Dosiert do do C. S. RUil-s,
F'lne 'i'ublo do While Done h'dl do
do do do do
Coin mo li Table C utlery , assort ;d , wi I h wuo-i
uud Hone Han. lb a. 'J and J prung.id F'orks;
F ine Ivorv Il'dl Curving Ru i es and i 's,
C. S. Hludcs;
Fine lloiie li'dl do do
F'iuo Wood H'dl do Co
Steels, ussorlcd sizes.
Jusl received und for sale by
dec4 J. K. MAR LAY.
NEW STOCK OP
I'L'RCHASF.D f)I TIIM II F. A V. LST IM
PURTINO IlOlSi: IN
New York City.
Goods Entirely New
AND FRESH FROM Till; MANUFAC-!
' 1 ,II K nndi-rsigned bus just ivc.'ive.l an ex.;
I : , ..i- it i.. i
-e. ini.tiiid ii"iii iiie-iu ui uio in ao;, u. n iiil-
may waul al greutly reduced pi ices.
To convince yourselves, call and see.
Dajrucrrcot) pes al ( incinnati Pi I; c
1IL subscriber lenders bis sincere thanks
to the citizens of Hillsboro tnul vlciniiv,
lor the llberul putronnge he has receiv. d f-ir Ihe
last nine monlii, and rrspeclfully solicits
c 0 11 1 in u it lice of the same. I have s.ul-d per
mane nl ly in lliis place, ui.d can be foil ud 11 1 111
rooms on High si., one door Sotiih of Main,
ready ut all tun to draw I'F.RFFCT LI K K-
KtiSKS, true to nalu ro a nd of nil its.lion.
the huli'-si.e plntu to the einullest mi iiiatu 1 n.
Pictures Ittkeii itliimt regani lu weather, be
tween the bouts of il A. M aud G p. M. Per
sons silling for Pictures and Ink ing them from
the Room, mid afterwards becoming diaMiilislied
with Ihcin, can ill nil cases g -t lliein drawn
over free of chargi-, until hiitislaclory in ever
rei-puct. 1 then-lore guiraolee lo j.leaso the
most fustidiuus, iu both price and i-unlily ol
From iny long experience in the Art, and in
one of lho best rooms In Ihe world, I 11111 con
fidenl that 1 can defy all compel ilion. The
public are invited lo call and t-iam in.- in v sj.ee
i me ns before going cl.--e.iv here. A silver mir
ror is my drawing board and the sun-In am my
pencil pointvd v, illi golden light.
.1. 11. CASKIF.,
High a! , I door South of llarrere s Corner.
il a Id ron'.s Grain Srytlirs & (radii's,
I KADY-MADL. Also Wnldron's t.r.iss
L V. iscythe. J.DL'VAI.L.
N. ni'TT. o. w. SAnui:ri.
III! IT Si BIRRERi:, I)i:TSTS,
OFFICE over Trimble Ruckhuiu't Store,
High st , Hillsboro, O.
Work done oil the lalest improved nu -Ihnc's,
iu the best siyle a:.d warrunled. jaa'J.'
liy the Hid. or Half Hand for
L) U It E CIDER YINF.OAR. ut
augl I JOHN DCVALL'B
Oci-niiin . Csstile, I-'uncy
QUGAR New Orleans, Crushed, Pulveiij-
ed, and Loaf, wholesale and retail at
augl I JOHN DUVALL'S
Custom-tlada Boots and
IXIEN'S, Women's and Children
1, of tli...
i I. best
material and woi k mu nship. Call
ediu New YorkCiiv.at such price, and in
such quantities as will enable lm to furuial,
customers wilh whatever Hardware thev
and exam: ne. J . I '! ' V A LL.
I Wour.u. fciUlMS. r B. a cn.a u..
I n i a-t-s of lho f.nclurc of the bones, injii
his f,' enuseil by sl-i.n. exp.oMn,,,, llruises,
Vivi petrrve (iri.it fir your
r i n ;. i , i j.-.' - --","
I )UM I. .--"ill! V.lillli'S HAIR lilli'li
I ATI V F. is, in d., i.i. t, ti,., nost wnai'Tf il
discovery (if this age of p.-ogrr-s, for l( will
re.lore, permanently, prnr hair to Its otielusl
color, cover I ! i o bead of iho ,aM with a n-.o.l
In Mi r in nt (no w lb , i "imvo nl iini. a' I tlii inlriifT
and itching, cur nil scrofula end oilier cuta
neous eruptions, si rh i s c vltl-lo ad, etc. It
will cur- as if bv in (J.-, n. ivoi'i or p -rio'Ii-cal
beaii'aehe; make the hair sof:, gl..-.y, anil
wavy, end (-rcprve Ihe eolur perl.-. liy, and
Ihe har from failing, lo e.(reip old
The follow Ing ii frnm a dirt-lieu, shed no:n--her
of the ni lic.il pref s-ion:
f- t. I'.m i., J I mc.ry 1 , li'13.
rsoiTFS'.n (). J. Wnon
DK.aSiR-. L'i,soli"iled. I sen I yo.i this cer
lificaip. After V. i i , rr Imld ft.r a long liui", and
having tried all (lie fair rcorutivm extant,,
and having no h.itli in any, I was induced, o'l
hearing of yon rs, t p. v it a trial. I placed
myself in Ihe hands of hnrher, and lmd in y
blind rtil.be ,i wnlt a good slid' In ush, and the
Restorative tlu-n . applied and wall rubbed
I II, till the scalp was i.low. 'I'his I r-peaicd
every illuming, in Hires weeks the young bulr
app.-a red und gl w laphlly from August last
till Hie pres. -nl l.ni.', and Is ni w tiick, blark
n nil sirong--so: and pleasant t. Ihe touch
wbi-r.-ns, befoie, en., harsh mi l wiry, what
lililo there -is of il, and that liillo was disnp-.
pnaring very rapidly... I still your Kestor
utive ahoul Iwi. p a week, and shall soon have
a good and perfect crop ut h.,lr. Now, I hud
rend of tlie. -e thin-;,- and v.ho has not; but
have net r-i-eii liiti.erdi any cao where any
person's hair was really bviietited by any of
Ihe hair toni-.-.-, elc, o( im da : an I it really
v.ivcs me pit a.eurc (o record tlie result of niT
experience. 1 have rccouinipiui.-d your prcis
ration to osticr-t, a i ! it air -ndy his n large and
eenenil sab- throughout the Te.rilnry. Tbs
people here k now ils effects, and have c.onfl-deii'-e
in it. Th supply you sent us, us wholu
sale ag. nts f ,r the Tc-ritorv, Is u-arly eThsnsl
cd, and daily inquiries urp made for it. V
h sei ve credit lor your disenvery ; and I. fr
on", return you my lli.niks fur Iho benefit it
bus done nie, for I certainly had d-spairiid long
ago ol cv-r cll'ectin" any such result.
Yi. jrs. h-mtilv. " ' J. W. LOND,
Firm of Bond .t Kellogg, Drnggiais, Si. 1'snl.
'Ihe u ml- i signed, R w. J. K Bra if,', is a ru ia
istrr in r-g u I ar stun d ing, and pnl or uf iho Or
lini'u Ihuiili, ui lirookiiell, Muss, lis Is a
renlb'iumi of ercrt( iiiilucuce end universally
Kh.vcd. WM. DVEU.
7!rool. Ivl J, January I'd, lb.15.
Dt:a Pis: Having miJe trial of your Ilslr
I'pstnralive, i t giv-s i:ie pie .sure tu s.y, that
its etTecl has been excelled in removing inflam
c alinn, daiidrnli', und a constant '.endoncy to
.Idling, wilh whir !i I hnve b'-cn trouble-) froia,
childhood ; a nd has also restored my hair, which
ns becoming gray, to Us original color. I
have Used no other aiticU, w ith, anything Hk
the same pleasure or profit.
Your., truly, J. K. B7iACfJ
IM Markei st.,rt.I.en-s, March 5, 1936.
Dims Sia: I am doing an extensivs travel m
t lie West uud Soulhwoxlcrn Stales, as geiicrsl
igent for Adu:iis' Ameriean Liniment, and
would be glad if yon would favor me wilh a
oiisigii.ii.'iil of Professor Wood's Restoraiivo,
is 1 f-e I assured that I an introduce It iu
iiauy plact s where il is not known, as my head
is a living testimony ol ils valuable prnporl.es,.
in r-Hhiring thn hair to i's natural cnlor. I
nn forty years old. and ntv hair was utmost
A-hile; hut after Using three half pint botllev
iiv hnir is as beau i ii'.i I iiiibiii-n as It was at
-i !ee a, and in m l
I u on Id l ot be
he p-ice of t. u.
roin on siH.n.
p-i.v- d iu appearance, audi
u t a l oll !o en hum! fur
.'uld he very glad !o hear
V . i v r.-snect fal 1 y,
V I .-tre.-t, Ft. Louie, Mis-
New V i rk, and by all
Sold at 111 M-.l
i, bib l.'l or.dw a y,
iiiiigg'.sl everywhere. A.I kinds ot lainliy
i'.it.-nt Meiilc iiu-s I fir sab- on the best possible
'erins.at Plot -.-sor Wood's tsUbliehmunl, 111
1 irk 1 si.. St. I.-.:.;,".
,1 ( Sold l.y i.ll tli Dicggiils ill. the plass.
n. n; .'i:;3
A MEDICAL REVOLUTION!
inc. would iAM.nois:
Hollo way's Cir.t-nent.
Tl o Great CovniTer Itrl'.ant!?
.ns of li !-!-- o t ii nml.es i's wt
; ini, rii.,1 org n.s through the pores of
Tuis p-i -ir.ilillg Oio'."Vi-.t. inell
1 h" ha.id as it is rul-lu'd K) , is ab
Ol' "h Hie biilne i.tillil- Is. !,,Vl r.'lich.
.1 of iul'.aiiiiiK'.rriii, promptly and ln
.i,'...'r.iej it, wintiier loclcil in Ui
t!.t- liver, ill.- lilies, or cuy nlher im-
li.llt al.t organ. Il p.-net rales the surface 10 thS
interior. tl:i.ii-gli Hi. L on r.'.i.'ss tube that coin
i iitiinicati: v. ill, ll-.o s'.in, as su -.rimer r.-in passes
j i n I o Ih- fevered cut i'i , dili'as'iij ii; cool and re.
generating ii-il at-v e.
Ckiu Dirica.'-cb O.aiicluiar Swellings.
I F. e I V s lee i. s oi I'XIe.l,,,- j p i t at i . -11 is mi Ick
J ly r.'du'. e.l by Hu- h n li-i n , ,,,.u.ry action of
I li,i i J'liili.eist. A i.grv l.'riip'.ioo. r., Ssll
Rheum, F.ivsi'.ehis, 'r.'it.r, 1! ingw.u.,. S,.U
j Head, Nellie hash, So .hies ;.,r Itchj u,
I out, lo re'.urn no more, uiuier i:s uppliunlion.
1 Uospilil e'-i'i.'in:.! iu all Vutl (,f lho worl
I provi s ils in fi. llib iliiy In oisfises of the situ,
! the i:,u.-e!-s, ihe join's and ll.e glands.
' Ulcets, Eorcri, ar.d Tumorii.
I Tin- eii'-cl of Ibis iiniivaled exl-rnal rms
dy upon Scrofula, und cl.her virulent ulceis
! and sol.--, is almost iiiiriiculoiis. Il first dis
j charges the poison whi -li produces suppura
I tion uud proud flesh, nnd thus the cures which,
! its h u'iug properties nfierwuriis coinplote ar
sale as well u i pi-ruiancin.
liul'lls, reali's, n ii'-u mai .sui , t-iii.iieBs u. ....
Joints, and contraction of tlio tiuews, it is em
ployed a nd warnil y rcconiuiended by Ihe Ic
ulty. Tins marvellous ivn'.-dy has been l
Iroil.ired l.y its lnven'or iu person iilo all lbs
leading Hospitals u( Fiirope, nuJ ui .rlTaU
l.ounili'-K! should ho -.silhutit H.
il Miitfof the French aud I'ng-
I sh A 1 mies iu ihe C limeu have oilieiaHy big a - ,
-d their upprovil of Hollouav's Oinlmenl, i
the iiiosl rell-.hle die-Vug for sol. re cuts, stubs,
uud gun-abet omuls, llisnlso usod by Ilia
so l-j, -.. of the Allied NllVieS.
Hulk the (Jinliii'-ut and 1'ilh should h
vsnl in the Joliuxcing cusct.
Riinir.iis Piles Sprains
Hums Rhi-.iiiiatii-iii Scalds
Chiippetl HandsSelt Rheiini S elled (liana's
(. hill, inns Miu Dis-um-i Milljolnls
l i-lnlas So--.- Legs
1 lout Soiv 1-n is I
l.llllib go Se.l lit -iris
Merouri dr.rtip-S.,re Throe Is
W oil mis of sll
1. 11. ils
lion Suit s -i i-il k 1 lids
.'Sold lit the M .noUieloiies of Profi-ssei
1 1 1 .i 1 1 owav , WI M aide 11 Lane, New YoiK, end
I 'J I t Strand, Loud. 11, and by nil resiuciabl-.
Un.ggi-.is uud Dealers in Mejiclips liii-nilgh-out
Iho I'liit.-d Sliilcs. and Ihe civilized world,
ill Puis, at 'J.i renin, ('v11,. c. nis, uud $1 each.
U'r'l'lier.) is coiiM.ier.ihk- saving by lakiii;
the la rg -r si ze. T"
me iar-r si ze.
! N- 1! Dnec ti..us f,-r n.e gui..i-e of imticni
j evcry.a5ordt -r ure.uiln.-u to each Pot.
' 2 l':i:llou ! None are i-enuiiM uu'.e.s
! the wmds " Jhiliowiiji, A-'mr i urh a nd London,"
! are discernible us a ii'titer-mark iu everv leaf ef
he book of di recii .ns aro 11 ml each pot or bo 1 ;
Ihe same may be plainly seoi, by hublxnn As
hnj tt the liyht. A handsome reward will be
given to Hny one reir'ering nit-h I iiforuialioik
us iiiuy lend to Ihe deleciioii of euy psrly sr
parliefi Coll nl. rleiliug llle medicines or veuiiiu
llie home, k now i up tlieul t i be spurious.
I'Liiir, Coir, .tul,
1 rfTvWII i: VI" FLOUR -AIwuviou hand
1 ) ill I lie i i.inily Grocery of
(iec;M J . 11. MUI.l.F.NlX.
Japanned Bird Gugcs,
I Fdrsalnby J.K.MARLAY.
IRI SII ARRIVAL?
I. or retail ut
I 1. Hee, bv the sac'.
John di'va: rs.
A 1R.TIC.HT I II U
iVc, iu air l.gl.l
1 Ij-'H, '('in;itn
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