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The subscriber would respectfully in
form the citizen of Plvmouth, Mar-
"SS&fc- dillr rent kinds f
w7" -a. "t o jb.es 2 1
Generali j k?pt ia a first class Jewelry Store. The
Goodsare of the latest Styles, best quality and will
be sold at New York prices..
Being a practical Jeweler, he solicit a share cf
Uoom -No. Pershing a blocK.
THE SECHST INFIRMITIES OF
YOUTH AND MATURITY,
f t, f, - rr,
Treatment, without Mfdicine, of Spermatorrhea,
or Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emission?. Geni
iil and Nervoua Debility, Premature Decay of tho
System, Irnpoteiicj.and impediment tomarrUge
pn tip r.ivn rr n
The important factthauhe manv alarmir-com-
of youth, maybe easily removed without Medi
cine, bin this small tract clearly demonstrated;
and the entirely new and highly successful treat
mrut, as adopted by the Author, fully explained,
by nieaas of whkh every one is enabled to euro
IIimselt perfectly and at the least possible coit,
thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of
the day. .
Sent to anv address cratis nd post free in a
fTed enrPionp. hr rprnittitic. fnr.f r.n?d twr I
postage stamps to Pr B. DE LANEY, 68 eastj
Lambert Xiissbanm k Simon Wile, j
Of ihr Firm of Wile 0 Kiarnei
W 7 J
I k Tf PTi.' Tvn
IVilJSSBAU3I & CO.
'WHOLESALE d- RETAIL
TOBACCO. CIGARS. WHITE fßi. U.
We be leave to solicit a call from all m want
of any thinjr in our line.
XT' Parti ular attention paid to Country Dealers!
UTh hizhet price? paid for al! kind! of pro-
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
C'-nst-intly on handxt
A U I 1 1-1 II I I1 I
Hlli 11 JL' ilJJLj Vj VJV7JAJ. I
High Wages for Labo
Don't work hard and thrn buy tiling at hih pri
or, when you can cct twice as much for your
,noney. I waatlri.qtnnt:ti3of
For tanning. I wnn all the
TP5T TT TS
; . . ii v .i Near the Edwanls House, with an entire new
hare "Mt cither to eil, bnnj them totheso'co , , f IT .... .
stock of Horses, Bup-pcs, Carriages xc, arc now
JST T T'Y prepared to accommodate thoso who wish
ii; Plymouth ard I will -Ivo j.:t a Utter price and j IR-" 1 Ex jJS-
rersona reaching thin place on any of the Rail-'7VXüT-0
GrOOCtS j road Train, and det-irin;; to go by Carriage Con-
J vcyance, can be accommodated with or without a
1 tinuany otuer mm can or uare uo tor ttie sains
nrrant of BARK, IIIDLS, or anv other kind of
PII OB WC E
Coma and see rxe.
"IIarin:r i? believing, a:d doeinj is knowing.'
That's a Turkish proverb, and if you coine to
"aec" m and "hear" my prices fur goods, you
will 'believe and 'know that I can do better by
y?u than any man in Plymouth.
I bavc en hand a good stock of
GROCERIES AND NOTIONS, STA
PLE AND FANCY GOODS
Of all kinds fiui ted to the market, lam a plain
looking, honet talking and fair dealing man, mean
just what I ay do just a I agree and shall suc
ceed in benefiting you if you will let me. That
old and rell kno n Tanner
S. S. STALEY,
Willtutn your hidesinto leather at the shortest
notice and in the best manner, and having a 'Home
Market, we can pay mom than those who buy to
a'p. Call on
2tf A. C. STALEY.
CASH! CASH!! CASH!!!
6500, S2000, S3000!
Every man in Marshall County and surrounding
country hasnow a real chance for making the above
turns at any time, by calling on me and securing
the following tracts or parcels of choice and extra
l indain the county of Maries, State of Missouri.
IhaveoTer2000acresinlots of 40, 80, and 16f)
acre, evcn mile from Vienna, the county seat,
Wid eight to twelve miles from the railroad and 2
mile from Gasconade River. Also 32) acres of
choice laud in Crawford County, 12 miles from
railroad. Also 320 acres in Wayne County two
miles from railroad. All of thcv land or parcels
of Undaare cf the r.ry best quality. They arc
no grflutI,OT one shilling an aero land; they are
ail In the heart of a thickly settled and fast growing
country. I will sell 10 HO anrt 1 60 acre pieces, or
more, and any person can. o aiwl we the land and
if tbey don't prove as represented then no file
I will trade fur improved fanes about h re or for
cash, on "ood trmi now ia your time without file-
, Call on the A sent CII AS. WHITMORE,
At hi Ware IIore at the Depot.
' N IV I am alio Agent for th Charter Oak
Life Insurance Company, ot Hartford Ct. For
nfuroaation call on rae and get a pamphlet.
Tive two notes in July I KO, for $3j. each, one
do December 2ith, neit, the other due Mj
1st next. Thev were picn on a contract for a
Wheat Drill pnjee's mnic forgotten-thought
tobe. D.Jt H.A. Myers; payable at Plymouth
Bank. No pther notes of min dated in July, arc
in circulatioc They were obtained without con
sideration and bv fake reprcscntation,and I .hall
not pay them; th -r-fore .o "
PnrrL.i. thpm WVATT THOMPSON.
IBM f M Ml . fS - m.
Pavs lor i full course in the
IRON CITY COLLEGKE,
The largest, most extensively patronized anJ best
organise d Commercial School in the United States.
Four Large Halls.
L w r. ri M. . .
tor writing. Commercial Calculations, . Bool
- , r
Usual time to complete a full course, from 5 to 10
La graduating. ranteed to be competent to
OF ANY BUSINESS,
And qualified to earn a salary, of from
&m To 1,000.
StllQCllts enter at ailV time No
Vacation Review at pleasure.
Awarded this Institution.
Tlic Best and greatest variety of
In Any out; Hall in the Union, is found here.
Ministers' Sons received at half
UFor full information, Circular, Specimens of
Business and Ornamental Writing and Embellished
tIcw of the College, incloso five letter stamps to
F. W. JENKINS.
pept l iji.
PETITION TO SELL LAIVD.
State of Indiana,
Starke Countv, s?:
"iVTOTICE is hereby given that Joseph Phillips
Executor of the last will of Jacob G. Black
deceased, will present a petition to fell the real es
tate of said decedent, his personal being insufficient
to pav his debts and thatsaid petition will beheard
at t!ie next term of the court of Common Pleas of
i said eonntr. JOSEPH PHILIPS ExV.
McCnckin k Cole attv'i. 1 4-t3
Biiekoyc Livery Stables!
X. B. & J. Jf. KUNGER Proprietors
The ro)rit'tors having erected
fnt'- A- f1rkii vrn ülnlilp
Having snrvcyrd in this County, we are well ac
OjUamtcd nilb all the Lands, Routes, Distance?,
k". N. B. & J. M. K.
nov. 17- Mtf
A Determination to Liberate the
FROM HIGH PRICES IN THE
"A Dissolution, of the Union" of
Poor Stock, Bad work and the
Pockets of the People, perempto
WOULD announce to the Ladies of Plymouth
and vicinUv, that biiA has judt rvcurcd n
entire new stock of Kail and Winter
Which she ofl'ers to sell very cheap. Ladies wish
mg to purchase JJoincts, oranythingin the Milli
nery line, are respectfully invited to call. Thank
ful for past favors, she still solicit the patronngc
of her old customers, und as many now ones as
maf give her a call. Shop second door north of
the Republican printing office. ( octC-byl.
Dissolution oT Partnership.
fJlIIK co-partnership heretofore ciisting be-
J tween Milton Bisjicll, John C. Cushni.m and
Francis M. Tvner, under the firm name of Uisnell,
Cushman & Tjner, is thin day dissolved by mi twal
consent.- Milton Bisaell having purchased the
entire Interest of the other mcmh rs of the firm
is alone authorized ato settle all business of laid
co-partnership. Miller Risrll -
Joil C. Cü!Hll!f. .
Fiu.naa M. Ttner.
Tvnr Citr. Oc. S,fJ9.
" I J
"'S 3E3E O 3E5
SO SQRTH. KO S0UTH1N THISMATTER
Would respectfully announce, and invite the at
tention of tlic citizens of
Marshall and the adjoining Counties,
To the fact that he has purcluised of Mr. JAMES
MITCHELL his stock iu the
FOUNDRYBT M NESS
-And from hi experience in the business, feels con-
äi. . i :
uutui iic Lao u
ALL KINDS OF
Done on short notice. Having employed GOOD
WORKMEN, he will warrant all work that is
dohc in the shop.
ALL KIND.? OF
Produce and old Iron
Taken in exchange for Castings at his Grocery
Flymoutli,Jan. '59 6tf
IMS VIT ABILE ! ! !
Highly Important from Europe!!
Tho Emperor of France at
the Head of half a
The Empress proclaimed Regent
during the Emperor's Absence!
BUT in the event of all these strange facts
do not fail to remember the
TAX ZX m -m o t h.
No. 1, Wester vclt's Block,
PLYMOUTH,, - - - IND.
Now propelled by
BUCK & T0AN,
Successors to L. Crane & Co., who arc selling all
kinds of poods usually found in a Hardware Store,
consisting in part of
Cook. Parlor s Pinto Stoves
XXo-U.;SSO Trim -rvy i t- gg
Saddlery mid Conch ILIRDWABE,
Load, cfcc, cfco-
Togetherwith a host of other tilings too numerous
to put in type We would state to the cood people
of Northern Indiana, who purchase their Hardware
in Plymouth, they u ill al whys lind us in rcaflüic.
to show them our good, and in all vases will find
them as represented. 'c do not advertise to sell
at cost.butwill sellat afairadvaneo on manufac
turers prices, and as cheap as the cheapest, for
Our TIX SHOP isinj;ood running order, and we
would solicitany work you may wnnt doiw iu that
line, at low prices, and with despatch. We have
recently taken up our abode with you, and intend to
make it our home. Would ask all who are in want
of any goods in our line, to giro us a call before
purchasing, and wc trust, by giving strict attention
to your wants, and by giving jou good goods, to
merit a share of your patronage. Don't fail to give
us a call. Remember the place, one door louth of
Wcstervelt'B Dry CSoods Store.
c. c. bcckJ Your?, Very Respcctfullv,
c. E.TOAN.J BUCK & TO AN.
pWVIIave enlarged theirbusincss, and en-
4T -)"o .uui(n.ui,nijRUHU WO UV tili
BUGGY & CARRIAGE
Mating and repairing. They continue to make
And do all kinds of repairing, smithing and wood
TJlaclv.Ftm I -t3bdLaa.gr..
They have employed Mr. W. Kt'LLY to tako
charge of this department, where p ll work In this
line will bo doLe to order, with promptness, and
in gooa mjic.
Jul 21 341y
STATE OF INDIANA.
MARSHALL COUNTY. SS:
In the Marshall Com. Picas Court. Sep-
lember lerm, 1055.
NOTICE is hereby given that ai ihe Septembe
'T it.cn . i . i . i ii ...
i 1 i -rni, irjj, ui irie .tiarn;ii uoniraim i'U a
Court, an account current for final settlement will
be presented in the estate of Michnel Snyder, de
ceased. Attest: N R PACKARD, Cl'k.
sept l-4t3. Pr. W M Kendall, den.
DR. T. ArBÖRTON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllce over Pershing's Drug Store, in Dr. A. O
Norton's Dental Rooms, MicLiganstreet, eastside
corner of Gano, where he may be consulted dur.
Ing office hour?. Dwelling two doors north of the
CourtHouae, Center ?t. w-st fide, Plymouth, Ind
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
J. C. LEONARD
II. B DICKSON & CO.
Oa La Porte Street,
" PLYMOUTH, IND,
Have just arrived from New York, where they
purchased the largest and most
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET.
We have a complete assortment of Stoves at low
prices, and are determined to suit our customer
with quality and prices.
We are permanently located in Plymouth, with
just the stock, friends, that will puit yon. We are
determined tli.it no M.m, Woman or Child, "in all
the regions round about," shall undersell ui and
respectfully solicit your patronage confident that
in the variety, quality and low price of our stock
that we can suit everv one wishing anything in o jr
line. riHh-I II. IJ. DICKSON Si Co.
Rciil Eslaloilüont k Xolarv Piihlic.
OITICK OVER riEHCu'i CXOTIJI.'.C stork,
PLYMOUTH, : : INDIANA.
DRAWS DEEDs, Mortgage?, ft ml, and
Agreements; sells Luid?, examines Title5s,
and furuiflhes Abstracts of the fame; pay Taxe
and redcenw Innd old for I axes
ARRANGEMENTS have been made to srp
. ply the Plymouth market with this (lour, and
the genuine can be found at Patterson & Cleave
land's! and Palmer.
?r.4-45tf N. B. & P. S. ALLEMAN k Co.
" VNlT AGENC yTT
3,000 ACHES of GOOD LAXL
For Sale on Eay Terms.
PERSONS wanting to buy or sell Land, willdo
well to call on the undersigned, who can give
facilities for purchase or gale equal to any iu th
FOR SALE, at LESS than current rates, aud
on time: nw qr sec .31, (less 10 acres out of so
cor.) and a Ii of sw q of tec 27, town 32 11, of range
1 w 230 acres, 30 acres improved at North
Uend, Stark county.
The n h of nw fen w m r, sec R Michigan Road
and 122 57-10!) acres unimproved six inilca
north of Plymouth. fiue, heavy timbered land,
w ith water.
The sen and c h of swq of sec 22, and the ne
q of sec 3fi, town 35 n, of range one e Polk town
shin 400 acres heavy timbered, good water
near Tyner City tobe sold in quantities to euit
The s h of ne q of Vec 19, town 33 11, of rango
2 e, B0 acre?, four miles south of Tlymouth fif
teen acres improved ood land, timber and water
The se q sec 8, town '32 n, of range 2 e, 1C0
acres Green township eight miles from Plym
outh near store, mills, and in a good neighbor
hood good timber,. fine grass murali, and living,
The c h of sw q of sec 2.'), town 31 n, of range
9 c.ati'l sw q of w q of. 30, town 31 n, 122 acres,
four miles north-cast of Plymouth good mill eca
and saw-mill thirty acres improved building
to be fold very cheap.
The s h of nw q of pec 14, town 32 n, of ran
3 c close by Tippecanoe Town good laud and
good timber unimproved to be bad on easy
Lot No. C in Wheeler's addition to the town
Plymouth fine dwelling nnd good out house?.
"North j of Lot No. 37 in Plymouth, now knowi
as "Baldwin House' a desirable location.
Lot No. 91 in Plymouth good dwelling houat
Tart of Lots 73 and 74, Plymouth dwelling
3 1x40 feet for sale or rent.
Lot No 40, Plymouth good dwelling and two-
ptory business house, on one of thcbest corners in
town to lie had at a bargain.
Persons desirous of purchasing in this vicinity
willdo well to give us a call.
REEVE k CAPRON,
December 9th 2tf Plymouth, Ind-'
O YRUr a prime articlc,at
H. D. DICKSON.
m mi. w im m
. -n r.si ;. --a v at
fJ & Vf V
I1IÄIA BML ISTÄTE
C03IE AND BUY
Al the Sign of tlic Golden Boot.
JUST received a large and well selected stock
of Routs sind Shoes, mauuf ictured expressiv
lor our Retail Trade, of tho very best quality.
A HEAVY STOCK OF
HOME Made WORK!
Which we "Warrant.
If any gi es way in any reasonable time, we will
mend without charge.
"We are constantly receiving1 fresh
supplies of GOODS"
From the Manufacturers.
Ladies' and Children's wares of the
latest style, the best quality
and of every variety.
We invite everybody in town and countrv to give
us a call and see for themselves. We have the
latest stock in this part of Indiana and intend sell
ing at small profits, foeall and save money. We
lire not to be undersold by any be they w ho they
Ö"All kinds of Repairing done vn the shortest
IfHrThe highest ni;irket piice paid in Goods or
CASH for any quantity of
Oa Lnilic' Plaids
Cheap at VINN F.PC, E & RROWN'S.
Will be given after the
oih DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT
G. S. CLEAVELAXD & MOTHER,
CHEAP FOR C A Sil,
Or its Equivalent,
Of the lest market, Nice and
Substantial, at the
CHEAP CASH STORE'.
AVe invite the Trading Public
to purchase of us, as we are doter
inined to sell at
Those indebted to us will please
call and pay without delay, as vre
meed the cash very much.
j f r n X wn
nuS l-iL . V.. lihU.
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
"VXyE would respectfully call the attention ol
V purchasers to the fact that w e have just re
ceived from the Eastern cities, u well selected
Having bought our fock at (irst class Houses,
we can oiler yon (ioods at prices to suit the times,
N. Ii. With the above we have connected a
Under tho supervMon of Mr. F. J. RENNER,
where we arc prepared to
MAKE CLOTHING TO ORDER!
And keep constantly on hand
CLOTHS, CASSIM'RS, VESTINGS.
S. & M. DECKER.
CHARLES SHOEMAKER, on La
portc street, a few doors west of Palmer's
Stcrc.keep a good supply of FRK.SII MEM'S
for their old emtomers, and us many new ones as
may find it to their intercuts to call on them.
!L7Thev will p.y tho highest market prices in
Mtdi, for Eat Carle, Sheep, Hog and Fowls.
O'Market everv Morninsr except ?undv:
HS 11 Itf.
I a i t " iil
A Tf fill
On Michigan St., a few doors south of the Edward
House, w here ,
Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths
Can be bad at all times. Thankful for past fa
vors, the subscriber respectfully solicits a contin
uance of public patronage. A. BILLOWS.
Fust Mccciv cd ,
A NEW STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
PESTER OF ATTRACTIOX.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED!
Having survived the flames of March' a vear a
go p.id up my creditors collected a portion of
my debts, 1 mi happy to nnuouncc to mv mi m. r
(us friends and customers that I have uow onhand
a general assortment of
Consisting of almost every article use! in that
line in the west.
Of all kinds to suit all classes of peonle. lam
not going to make a blow, not going to t;ll you
that I will sell mv goods for !
N O T H i N G !
Butth.it I will jell them as cheap as I cm afford t J
An experience of mre than twelve years in the '
Convinces me that
"EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL"
Is the motto which should govern bolh bu vor and
seller. (live me a call, friends, examine niy
Stock of Groceries,
BOOTS AX SHOES,
HATS A XI) CAPS,
&c, i'cc, Arc, &c.
And if you don't want to biiT it will not cost you
anything. ' J. BR0WNLEE.
BY THE WAY
I have a large amount on b.-ok ami note?, for
goods sold long ;ig. I need the m iiw v jut now
as I have som? heavy p-iynients to make" in a short
time. Those who know themselves indebted eoTihl
not do me a greater favor than topav 'VC ) W-
Plymouth, October 21. 1S.")S " J. IJ
LOOK HEM E7
TXT 313 Tixx SHOP,
2d door north of Pierce's Clothing Store. Just
opened the first day of Mav 1859, where you can
positively buy at the Cheapest Kates all kinds, ol
Tin, Copper and Flirrt Iron Ware
I make my work myself and warrant it gooil t
no sale. Take Xoticr I hold myself in readi
ness to do work atall hours of the day and even
ing. 1 have supplied myself with the m-ut apnrov
cd and complete set of Toids an I Midlines, and
am we'l prepared to do all kinds of
JOBBING & REPAIRING
IX THE ri'.ST OF
Style atitf purabUittji
according to order and time, and without delay
I will make it quite an ol.jcet to all to send nie
their order?. . .
I want itto bepl-iinlvunderslrtod, being mr own
manufacturer, that I will not be undersold, as I
can aflVsrd to sell as low as anv cstablihment in
tlic country. IWRME.'.S, Take Notice. Par
ticular attention paid to repairing of
TIN, COPPER, BRASS & SHEET-IRON
that you may not le ! taim d in town nniiecos.'.n
rily. I keep on ban I (ami am the onl '," cue author
zed to sell the same,) the
Sslf-Straining Milk Bucket,
one of the most important and valuable Improve
ments ol the times. The arrangement of this
llueket is so plain and simple that it cannot fail to
please those who would save both
L "XXX o ciili. gL Zj atoor.
No milk will be lost should the bucket be thrown
over or kicked over by the cow. Call nnd take a
look atit whether you want to buy or not. lfvou
want to sustain Fair und Cheap Prices, and to en
courage the Working M m forward to improve
ment in science and art, w ho considers it an honor
to do his own work. I most respectfully solict your
patronage. RAtIS taken in exchange for Tin
Ware. Second handed Stoves taken on CJinmis
won. Ii. C. UAXTEIi.
Plymouth Ind., May 12 1?5'J 21v4 . ,
Itr. T. .1. ZtfollO.V
HasremovedhiFstockof DRUKS AND MED
ICINES to the room one door rast of Patterson
A' Clcaveland's store on Li Porte street, Plym
outh Ind, where he keeps constantly ou hand
Carefully selected frrom the best Wholesale Es
tahlishnients in New York, Philadelphia, Pitts
burgh and Chicago.
PHYSICIANS G E N E RALLY
Will find it to their intcrcft to jrive him a call
as he warrants every article sold by him tobe
jut what it is represented In addition to his
large Ftock of Drug and .Medicines, may be found
Tobacco, , :
Cigars, &c, v
And, in fact, everything usually kept in a Drug
Stnr,nt prices as low A4 ran H a(for1d. full
and examine forfur
ORIENTAL LIFE ; LIENIMXT!
? . Cures Rheumatism.
Cures Frost Bites.
Oriental Life Liniment
Cnrcs Old Sores.
Orient.0.! Life Liniment
Cures Cuts and Bruises.
Oriental Life Liniment
Cures Scratches on Horses.
Oriental Life Liniment
Cares Swecnv on Horses.
Is not n SECRET REMEDY; the Printe
Analysis accompanies each Bottle.
Sold by Druggists and Country Merchants
2" cent.', 50 cents, and One Dollar per bottle.
Manufactured by D. R D. PORTER,
Third Street. Louisville, Kentucky. t
Dr. K. D. POUTER S
ill Cure Sick Headache in Two
These Drops will cure Sick Headache In two
minutes. In every c:ic where the- patient is net
relieved in Five minutes after taking the 7'wc
Minute Drops, the money will be refunded-
Thc Two Minute Drops are perfectly snfe r.nd
pleasant to t;ike,and will be found of instant bene
fit in sick headache, nausea and sick stomach,
f.iintness, pain in the stomach, colic, or pain n
the side, painful cough, depression of spirits, A.c.
A.c., Sold evervwhere at 5t) cenu per bottle.
.Manufactured by Dr. K. D. Porter, 1M;tT:i I
Street, Louisville, Ky.
PORTER'S J)IXXER "!
Troinote Digestronind impart tone nnd
the FVrftcm. In theii action the ar. t
terativc, an', mildly laxative. Th . -t'.j'
or nauseate in the least; at the s-um tlm v
certain in their action, curing li.l.itu.il cie
ni's, sick headache, dizziness, loss of ajp'ii'r,
debility, depression of spirits. &e., Ac.
Asa 1-' km ale Pii.l, they have no gueiiwrm
Amenorahea. or si:pjression of the mciiKt s, and
other monthly diseases. These Pills efieetually re
move the exciting cause, and restore the patient
to health in a fewdnys.
7hese itls are purely vegetable, containing
no mercury or other dclitcrious drugs.
7'hese Pills are given in doses of one pill after
dinner every day untill the disease is removed.
If the disease does not yield in 4 hours, increase
tli.tdoe to two or three pills at a time.
Manufactured with irreatcare bv Dr. R. D. Por
ter, HR Third Street, Louisville, Ky., and sold by
druggistf generally; price 25 cents per box.-
Any person who dos not live convenient to an
agent can h ive the piifs sent by mail, postage
paid, by remitting 25 cents to the proprietor, or
five'Oxes for one d-illr. If von desire health,
nsk for PORTER'S DINNER PILLS, tnd uso
no other. Jan. 27. 1859. 9 tf
Dr. Roback's Scandinavian Remedir
ITiTiTl " -.
ria iVVt i ViVti' i I i i s ii t i J I 5
Willis?! IIUII! 12.,
4 ITER YEARS OF STUDY AND EX-
periment, Dr. !olavk, the cn.in' .it Swedish
Pmsician, succeeded in produdinga medicine from
twenty-three dilferent species of mountain heibs cd
his native land, which acts directly on the causes
of disease in the blood, and by restoring the cor
rupted fountain of life, to a condition of health ai.d
purity, expels disease from the system, wherever it
iv. tv be loeated, or whatever may be its chamcto.
Indigestion, nervous complaints, epileptic n: oth
er fits, coughs, consumption in its early strges.soie
throat, bronchitis, fever and ague, astl m, low
spirits', sexual incapacity, feminine wcakm ts, pi Ick
ing of the skin, symptomatic of paralysis, rheuma
tism, neuralgia, tumor, cancer, diahvtes, lHssifud
and debility, 'iarrhcii, ar:d all other disorders of
the organs of respiration, the liver, the kiJrey
the stomach, the nerves, r the muscular Ctre, are
unerringly cured by this preparation. It i; to the
M ati: b i ks mokiii or scedsof disease what an alkali
is to an acid; it 11rutrali7.es them w ith absolute cer
taiuty, while nt the same time it regulates the sc
crctions, removes obstruction from the bowels, cre
ates appetite, renews bodily vigor, and regenerates
every animal function. Such is the nature, furh
are the ellectsof Dr. Roback's famous Scandina
vian lllood Tnri fu r, which, if takenin conjunction
with his Scandinavian Wood Tills, will not only ob
literate the most painfuldistase, but prevent their
recurrence, andlcngthcn life beyond the ordinary
In the "Scaiidlnaiian r!oou Pills," Dr. Roback
presents the result d' twenty years of experience,
hard study and experiment as to w hat a perfect pill
should te No one can doubt their superiorly af
ter one single trial. Trice t.f the Scandinavian
Blood Furiiicr. $1 per bottle, or $ " per half-dozen;
Scandinavian Wood Pills, -." cents pcrbux.or five
Ft:i:c,Mhima Co., Ind., Aug. 4, 1
Dr. C. W. Koru k: 1 have received so much
benefit from your Scandiuat ian Wood Put ifn r and
Wood Till, that I hive thought it my duty, and it
is no less my inclinatien, to give you a plain state
nient of my" case. 1 was lor years afflicted viiththat
bane of nil comfort and elliciencyfn business, dys
pepsia. ' To recapitulate all the so-called rcmicirs
which I have usdtorid myself f this disease,
would indeed make a melancholy catalogue. 1 al
so consulted with thlest physicians I could bear
of. 1 was induced totry your remedies through the
persuasions of a friend, and after using them a few
days was greatly benefitted, and in a fhort time,
less than a month, I was entirely and permanently
cured. I wa also afllkted with the most violent
nervous headache, wnieh I suppose was produced
by mv disordered stoioaeh, tor when my dyspepsia
left ine.my headache left with it. I now feel 1 et.
tor in everv respect than I Lave!" r trn xmr--.
Very Uuly yours, , JOHN .v I I VI l IT.
Cincinnati, Frida; . : i. I'..
Dr. Roback Dear Sir: Hin, l-t ;r"td
with neuralgia or rheumatism for tl . m : i ,J
a half, and having seen jour nicdicin , m!' i il
Scandinavian Wood Purifier, high! r i. iium'ii!
by gentlemen with whom I am Juv.ii,tcd, 1 w;.s
induced to try it, but not before I had used various
other medicines. After using two bottles, 1 felt its
effects very fcnsibly. and upon using tw o more, I
found myself perfectly cured. You will allow me,
therefore, to congratulate you upon making a die
covery in medicine which is proving itslf to be
workrrof such wonders in the disease? of the hu
man familv. CF.ORG C S. HEX NETT.
'iLocal Editor Cincinnati Daily Enquirer
Indian atoms, Wri!no?daT, Sort." 2, 17.
Da. C. V. Roback Dear Sir: Mariner hrci
troubled for pevcml year with extreme debility
anl weakness, so much so that I was unable to at.
tend to my ordinary business at times, and having
heard of the wonderful cures that your Scandina
vian Blood Purifier nnd Pills wore effecting, I wai
induced by a friend to try them.
I have been using the Purifier for the last twche
months, and find the medicine fully eual to iti
recommendations. So valuable is its use to inc thi
I cannot now dispense with the use of It at aj ad
vanced age of life seventy-seven years.
I cheerfullv give this information for the hentfl
of those similarly atllctcd. MORRIS MORRIS.
The above certiorates, and many others, can t
seen at niyofliee, ryanyon at anj time, tieton
of my Family M cmaI mnacs,gratis,froni m
Manufactory, Sales-Koomi and Oflicc,Xo.6 B
Fourth street. 3d bnilding from Main street.Ci
cinnati, O. For sale, by
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J. Kessler, Tippecanoe Town Robert Cornwall
Bourbon; Random k Manchester. Lycurgu; and
bTdrugcicts and inerh!ntg'nerll .
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