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   Dawsons Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 14, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                DAWSON'S PORT WAYN MES. f Established ,1 Pledged to the Whig A. D. BY TELEGRAPH. T WAYNE, ALLEN (JO. IND., WEDNESDAY EVENING, 14, 1851) Farther Point, Sept, 12' Tho steamship Angolo Saxon, from Liverpoo brings dates to tho 31st, is below coining up her way to Quebec. Further Point, Sept. 12. Tho steamship Angola Saxon passed this poi yesterday afternoon, but the storm Hint oceuret (hiring the transmission of the intelligence re ceived from her. crew oT the ship 13en liolt, reported wrecked by the Ocean Queen, were saved. The vessel was insured in London. She was en a voyage from Trieste to London, with a. cargo shipped at Havana. A late telegram from Berne says the reports of the proceeding of Zurich conference conlimi to be contradictory, but there is every reason to believe thcSardinian plenipotentiary will nolaHix his sigature to any protocol in favor of the return of the deposed rulers of the Duchies. emperor remains in rctircmcnl in the Vyrenccs.- It is rumored that be will short- ly pru-eed to Cherbourg and pay n second visit to the .Camp at Chalons. The Paris Constitutional in ft leading article saysjthnt the Emperor will loyally fulfill his Villafranca agreement for tlie of the former reigning princes; but if he should not succeed in re-niiiting the princes and their people in mutual account, it is not his intention to force either the one or the other. Deputation from the National Assem- V'v of Modena has gone on a special mission to the jiirrjjeror Napoleon, The people of Naples are much in consequence of the high price of Corn. speech made by Count DcMornoy attracted much attention. It being regarded as an enunciation of the views of the Emperor. The Count endeavored to ihow that the English ap- prehensions of a French were groundless, and, that France was desirous of cementing the alliance existing between the two countries. Le Consti- tutional has an article repudiating in the stronir- ost terms the fratricidal policy of a war with Eng- land. at Romagno passed off tr.in- The mayor of .Parma issued a proclamation on Iris return from Paris, in ivhich he reported the conversation he had with tlie Emperor, said Tell your people that my shall never do violence. to their wishes, and Hat f. will not permit any other power to do violence ngniti.it you. The major adds these "ord.s ma'uc you aruilratura of your own destinies. Carab.-idi had resolved to main strict discipline in the army of Central Ilaly. I n an order of the day he snys, I will cause to he shot nny one. who calls himself a Mazxinian, a Republican, a Social- ist, or a Garabaldian. lie will luwa none with liim but soldiers and FUKTllKH UK 1'IIK A.NU..O o Paris correspondent ol the London Times in a letter dated SIStli ult., fays a private letter from Zurich of the 2Glh states thai thu labors of pleni- {joteiitiaries were going on slowly, iiolwithsLtnil- ing tho announcement mnde a few days ago (hat it was doubtful if tu.y iropuitatit point lr.i.1 been Billed. Whether the fault is attributable to the pitehipofcntiarics, to the preliminaries of tile treaty of Villa France, or to the Emperors has not been taken into consideration. Some people incline to the opinion that tliis delay is and the tuanncr in wbJcb UeKonrgency in acting lends name color What France will luive to do if simply to declare to Austria that it done all tint inu in iix power in favor of her protcgw, or else it must dispose itself In impn.sc (hcuion the Duchies, by intrigue if not by force. Insurance had been taken out mi (he (ireat Eastern. The underwriter being unwilling to iranucl until after the completion of her trial trip. Tlicro wan some to sec her cafe out of the Thames, but in charge of her had no fears on the subject. Leigh Hunt, thu popular author, in don on the SSiIi nil., in the T.'illi year of his age He had been in a declining state of health (in Home time. The Queen and royal family had gone to Scot- land for their usual autumn visit. The telegraph communication helwee.ii England and Malta had been This will e.v- pediola the reception of nc-vs from India by aboul three days. uneefih by Count Mimicy, at the opening of the of the de- partment of con.sidonilile attention, as it wns regjirded as an enunciation of sentiments of the Kmpcror. The count en- deavored to show that the apprehensions exi.st- ing in England of a French invasion wort) quite jrrouiiult-s3; and that on the contrary France was desirous of cementing the alliance between the ttrn countries, anil waging only a manufac- turing and commercial war. He denounced that porlion of the English prevs and those members of Parliament who questioned llie intentions of the French government The Paris Constilulkma.1, in an article on the Duchies, says the- Emperor agreed at Villa Franca lo the restoration of the former reigning Princes. JIc has not yet given up all hopes of .SIICCCKS, and will fulfil loyally lo the end his disinterested mission; but if he should not succeed to re-unite the Princes mid people in mutual accord, it is not Ilia intention to force either one or the oilier. It is not the wish of his majesty to follow the errors of the ancient Austrian policy, whose armed in- tervention in die affairs of the Peninsula has ceased forever. We have given to the Italian people advice which we believe wise and pru- and which if they do not follow will grieve us, liut which we could not press upon them by force. To us Italy owes her independence we shall not take away from her agaia what we have given her yesterday. Constitutional of Tuesday con tains an article repudiating in the strongest terms the fratricidal policy of war with England. It snys the Emperor has not thought to avenge llie past but repair the future for tho sake of consoli- dating the English alliance, lie has on cveiy occasion combatted the hereditary prejudices of tho French people. situation of affairs of Italy has un- dergone no change. The elections throughout Romagna had taken placo with the greatest tranquility and order. Tho official Piedmoniese gives a den> al to the reports of political dissension among members of Ihe Sardinian Cabinet, The Turin Moniteur publishes a decree abol- ishing the Tuscan army regulations and adopting those of the Sasdinian. A letter from Naples says that the people were much excited in regard to high prices of corn, and that the government consequence bad oider- ed purchase abroad of a large quantity. General Fanti accepted commandei-in chief of the army of Central Italy, Oarabaldi's comprises tho troops of and Modena. An earthquake bad taken place at Sorcia. Two hundred persons were killed and n largo number injured. Nino thousrnd of the population had encamped in the neighborhood of the town. The Pope difipnli-hcd assistance. Lute advices from Home say that the French minister held a conference with Cardinal Antonel- li on sub; ct of reorganization of the One French division only to remain in Koine. Tlie government of liulogna is said to have dis- solved the regiment in which some of llazr.ini's volunteers had attempted tu cause nn excitement. The garrison of the Pope was on march to Pes- cio, where troops were concentrating. Tile Prussian government was vigorously main- taining the prohibition to export horses. Tile cholera way spreading all along tlie.shores oflhc Baltic. A combiiiHtion of bankers and financiers had been formed at Frankfort-on-the-Main for con trading the Bavaria 4J per cent, loan, lo defra Military expenses. The loan is issued at US jcr cent., and is for abont u million sterling. It is staled that the Russian government lia given orders to demobilize the first three corps irtnco placed under orders of Prince Mcnchikof! a Poland. The whole twelve million pounds loan Inn men subscribed. Liverpool, Wednesday Zurich tele gram of this dntc 5.13-5 that private Conference continue to take place daily between Uio Frelicl and Austrian plenipotentiaries, and ycsterdaj here was a meeting between tlie French am Sardinian representatives. The Times' Paris correspondent, writing 01 he 30th, says things are going on so badly al iuric.li as to render the dissolution of Conferenct 11 a very few days probable. A Congress of wai ccnis to be the only Congress vhich Austria is decipedly opposed vhich would have as little success as this Con crcnce. The designation to be given to tile new om has been discussed at Zurich. Austria is willing th.it Vicfor Emamtcl sltouh ic known as King m" Sardinia nnd Lombanly ut will not consent that he should describe him elf as King of Upper Italy. Very Aug. Con srcnces continue lo lake place between the plun- ioteiilinries. For the last three ita3's the rcpre- cntalivcs of Franco and Austria have daily Con- :relicc together. Ve.slerday there wis a meet- ig of French ami Sardinian plenipotentiaries. ut 1.08J bush, at 2UU do. at Corn, sales of bush, at I38 Washington, ]2th. Minister McLane was in oflici.i! communication with the Executive Department to-day on busi- ness pertaining to his mission to Mu.tico. Further and reliable advice.: from Vrrn fYn? dated 1st Aug., slate that the Constitutional gov- ernment bad paid full amount of the French claims onl of Customs receipts being 6 UO.UUO This money came into hands of M Ualjnnc, the French minister, wiio has failuil In distribute in the manner provided in the convention. There was reason to believe in nflidal quarters that In- intended to invest it in a private enterprise with Miramon. Much indignation continues to c.v- pressei.1 against him by the French ivsidiMits, In Ihe language of distinguished, Mexican func- tionary, the country is as if there were no war, and from the interior, all is Portland, MB., Kept. An etaction held in this cily yesterday for I ovunuir and members oftliu Legislature. The returns thus far revived indicate thu rc-cleclinn of Lot M. Morrill, (Hep.) for Unv. and an in- crrasfd Ht-ptiblicnn supremacy in the State. cold? Is li? il by pains a Are yon ijtifl'criiiK from a .severe your rest, disturbed by an incc.isaiitruiij you a dillienllyof accotnpaiiie n Ihe cheat, and, especially lijrhl lever rrilb palpitation of the In-.-ti f Iht: digestive system, and copious lion? If ynn any of these svmploins, use lilt. IIOOFI.AXD'.S IIAI.SAM i......n. junction with Ihe CF.K.MAX liriTICILS ol' Ihe le eminent physician, nnd you will iiKsnrrdly find relief. If vim lulled Ihe lae.-ins In em-i pointed out, you may speedily lind yourself on u Kick bed. and beyond medical aid. 1'rcparcd nnly by Dr. I.'. M. .lacksnii. -IIS Aroli Klrcel I'hiladelphia, and lor sale by and storekeepers in every town and village in the l.'ni- Icd Slates nnd Price cl.s. per boll] IvKNNlinv's MKIIIC.U. nevi 11 uU I a-e believed ihnt nny one article e uM had such n sale as has this truly wonderful rem- edy. It has Kjinnd like vvihlliiv, nol only thro' bat ils ap-llls are daily furwarding Ilii-ir orders from the romolest stales of the Union, nnd throughout Low. iias all been done j., of Ivrclvu years; but before that period lime shall MX- prophecy that il will spread itself over anoth- er Continent, and llu- Ixhuid.-: of the si a, and not a vessel shall hyivc (inr dorks that docs nut bear iipnn its manifests the tianm of Kentmdv's Mcit HrvpAi.0. September Ki, 18S9. Upper Like scarce, mill advanced other grades steady, demand nelive; sUtte, from old spring wlu-il; ex 111. it Iowa, from new do; good -to choice ox t'anadinn l.flOiyi-I.STJ c.x Mich.. Ind. O.; UHC.STJ double extras. OKA qitier. sales ll.noo choice- Mil, club, 8Sc.; 00011 do., an extra milling sum- i pic, Hoc., nnd small parcels red and white winter, j 1 Corn steady sales 170UO bush. No. 1 Ill, TUc. Other grains ipiiet. We'vv YorK JrCaa-KctH. LAND FOR SALE. ON Siitm-dny, Uol. ITilli. we will oll'ei- lor on thu the Simlli West ul' St'clioli Tln-ee, and Jiast linll'uf Suulh quarter uf iSecliiin Tour. Nurth llunge 13 Kant. (Odnr Ciwk Tgwnsiiip, Allen Ind.) ol'llie Ijcsl ip of Bvleeted in and lying inie mile 20. NO. Dll or For information call bin -Si, Fort Wiiynu. Cash, payments. Tillc good. IIKill.S OK P.I5ISNAKU -SUJKV. Sept. 7, IfW'.l-tf nd the balance on Hoop Poles! Hoop Poles! i ISO-DIP KCIT York. September 13 1S5II TMJ1EOIATKLY at our Hoop iManufaelory, at super ex slate better i 'I'." Waym-, for which uim-i Ihe higlicst miirket price will be paid in but the higher grades arc heavy; sn- per state; ex stale; common to good western fresh ground yhipping brands, ex round hoop Obio. Canadi an Hour dull, -l-.GilOli, Kyo Hour dull, less buoyant; new red southern; l.oD new while du. KyL-dull, Itarley quid. Corn unchanjed, S2i new mixed western. Oats unchanged sales j state western it Canadian .it i linn but nominal; 1C mess prime. Jiecfduli, Lard linn, @llf steady, Ohio slate. Choose firm, pa I'oles will be received nl all liailroad .Stations between Lima and Plymouth, mid helwci-n Peru ami Oeliiiuer. B. FAllllAlt fi (.'a Fort Wayne, Aug. wllln. MOmWAIIKhA Ki'K WHISKY. .Distilled Hxnmisly For These Biltcrs. Till: ('IM.KliltATKn UEUKDV It'll 1' K V K 11 A 1) A t; U BOOTS, SMOES LEATHER, At' WHOLESALE RETAIL. K iin'U-rsigned vfotild hereby an- iiinii-e lu the. citizens of FI. Wayne, iiml KIII-- rounding eiilinlry, dial Iliry have purclmni'd tin: entire Stock of Mr. Join. Ib-rtiilton. and willc.m- tiuue in the old at tin, corner Wl pi-oli-.-s .H. P. WOODWARD and Sin-'rroli, KEW 11 A VEX IKS, Ol'Lli n-speciriillj- sn.r lo the Ciliirim of Ihiven and virinil t, that he has located in for ilECICIKE AMD SURGERY, he liiundiil all linifK wltru not >lii.-ii! .linii- fit liiiiil-i- .ll.lv I'-'. ''I' .ill Ki- lie hopes lo BY STATE AUTHORITY. I Increase of Cash Capital, Near Gen. Wayne's old Port, FORT WAYNE, Indiana. COMPAEET, HUBBELL CO. PHOPKIKTORB. This New Mill is now running1 for CUSTOM USE, And is prepared to aceommodutu (lie euploiuer with tho liesl grinding ul'irliicli grist urgniiu will allow. BHIWO OM votffi onisrat isry you (hut you will nhrays ;L Coma nnd And let tw so giv EXAMINE THE FOJIT MILLS, -Mill. 17'.''l, moI finished nnd named, Oct. ii! n honor of Gun. Anthony Wnyne, now sixty-live vears ago. COMPAHKT, IIUHDICLL IV Sept. tith dfiw'liii. FOUMSJRY "PROP'ERTY FiR? INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY, S. I.. 1.OOM1S, President. II, Secretary. Branch Office, 33 .Ve.sl TliirdS t., Cin M. M.ltillJ.. Gcn'l Agent. Amenta in Hie nriucipal Ciliex r.nd Tovrus of 111 UNION. LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Applications received, and Policies issued and n ucwed llf SOL. D. BA Yr.KliK, Ayent, at Ofilrf, Corner of Wayne Clinlou Streets. Ft. Ind. .lulyo'.l. 'O'.l-.ll_v iigc County, rn liuliium, 5N' Lnfininge. County Sen! ol l.nC a. loention one ol' tlie in N.irlli ilnnleil within om; I, luck nl' tin: 1'nlilie Square, nil in the imwt IniHinens part ijfT.Mio. I'.oildiipr JI (ill feet with and CaMing i-iiinn in idditiiin, liaek uf main huililing, wliieli II.HH a I'ronl in two streets. One lot or two niav be had willi lie Iniililiiig as ilesireil. Terms price low- fur forllier pilrlieulars ii'iuire of, or address IIINCIIAM S: NKWMAN, Sept. Ifltll TiO. iNiw. l.ngi-allt'e, Ind. Cleveland Medical College. '111-. NKXT ANNt'AI. COKIiSK OF I.KCTUUKK will liegin on Wrdiiesilny, Ilio second day oINo- vendier, A. Isri'.l, emit in no y.iileen weelis, 'lie Tiiikut Fee. willi Mini of .Mutriuiilation, ia of .Midwil'ery 1- uf (lie 1'rin- I'iscnveiy cdy .-.l.uuM Iniinurs exisl Ih Ins "Reduced by Dyspepsia to a mere Skeleton." HV llni.i.ANn Mr. A. Mntclietl, n (nider prubiibly ns well ,ns :iny ill slutes UK follows: tlf met with :i fiunu-r in county who wns by to ti nitre akrhton 1 jtei.sundcd 1 ini lo liny :v lioulo of luivo'.s llolbind l'.il.tiT.s, iL cure him. Sleeting him Rome months lifter, wlint my nl Iliulini; him n liciirty he lold me he now nnd llmt lhi.s wonderful ch.-inge had heen produced Iliilhind liittcrs, In which lie minim- led his re.slonition." (Corrected Compnret llnbbell A Co.) Fort Wayne, jjcjileinller III, I860. 25 FLOUR If C011N iiiinires nniy In- addressed It, any of II; IIIIK .M. I'. M. II., I'rot'isso ciples and I'mcliee of .Medicine. I..1MI O.ISSIM.S, M. l-roressoriifCll' llolnny. Acini .1. M. I'mfessor ofMaleria Mcdica.Tlierapcnlicf noiniiu TIIAYIMI, .M. II. nnd I'STAvr. M. II. Professor ol the II. K. M. Ailjimcl VrolV.-sor of wilery nnd Iliscasex of Women and Cliiiilri-n. I'. Thaver, M. II. ol'Anatomy 1MI, Iti.V.I-.l.uvOvv JUDSON Me CO MB, TO J. llnjti; ,1- i'fi WHOLESALE GROCER, No. Colunibiii Fort Indiann. Tin: of o<  Southern Ohio ut 2nO do. at Wheat, sales of bush, red 1 on privtuc terms; 800 at Oik.; '2000 hm.h. whila DXS WIS11IXOTO CIlAXli their busi- neKS to n rapidly increasing country, a new settle- ment where hundreds are Whore the eli- mule is mild mill Sec of Ihe Hannannloti Srllleaienl, in another column. Administrator's Notice. H IIAVF. taken out letters ef adminislralion on .1 the eslale id' .lames llnsly dec'd, btleof Aboile Township. Allen connly Ind. Said estate is sup- posed lo be solvent. .IF.KFHIF.S. HENRY C. OBEY CO., Inil. f (Jroeeries I'l'iivisiona. .ve. T. Houne. I nin prepa- red U.sell I. u. II my friends. nnd old stand, ill fair for CASH every tiling ill Illy line, and will endeavor lo up n .isanrtuieiil, of every tiling thai is pahiLiblu nnd suit all tasl I have on hand nrarlv in the GROCERIES. K O V t S I O S AMt UKAI.KRS IN LEATHER FINDINGS. Salts Kiidin No. ('uliiniliia SI., FORT WATKE, IWD! WASHINGTON TANNERY On tlie Fe-der Canal, near ftipl. Ilndisill's Mill. Will constantly keep on hand a choice selection of I EASTERN HOME-MADE LEATHER MOROCCO, MWIWGS, Their connection with large Eastern Sole-Leather Tanneries enables Ihemlo olTor SOI.UI.KATIIEli. prices which will oumparo favorably with thu Knqlurn CASH PAIT) FOB HIDES. ROUGH HORNS. GI.UE PIErES, Ac. The best in Ihe iitttrlfrt. Parlies wishinjr lo or- der hu'Kclv of Wood Tvpe. will be furnished wilh Mr.. INKS of SUPEIIIOK QUALITY ALWAYS on HAND AN ELECTROTYPE FOUNDRY Is nmiifclril wilh iln- iiml work ul' lliin kiiitl is in K superior iniiniicr. A specimen Ilimk is nnw rcmly Jiirtlnlivury, mid will be Scut to pnvlics wisliint; lo Tin' Typrt (Ins pnpcr is printed, is from tin- 'I'.vjM; l-'uiiiulrv. Caution to Travelers Going East CJIKAT FA HE! Tho fast tailing TJPPEH CABIN B H B "B" -H- a. JL JL riSIII, am! FORRESTER Will leave Toledo, (Mich. Southern nnd Xorlh- Indiana It. It. Hock.) Every Morning, (Sun- days al o'clock, or on arrival of .Mich ijran Southern and Toledo mid Wabash. and lle- troil and .lai'kson Branch K. U. Trains from the KELLEY's'lSLAND AND SANDUSKY Arriving in Clcvi-l.-uid al 7 o rlock, M., with the .splendid Sicnuu-rs CITY OP BUFFALO Capt. A. D. PEKKINS, aild WESTERN METROPOLIS! Capt. W. T. PEASE, for iilgani Falls, New c. MEIREITER, Yiirk, Uosliin, Montreal, and all poinls Kasi. No. I'22 rnluniliia Si ml. Furl Wayne, Iml. Also, with Trains on Ihe Cleveland and t.leveland l.'olinnbus and Cincinnnli, and flevelalid and Pillsbiirsh Kail Roads. Passungurs will find this a much plcaiantcr route Fish, Pickles, UTS, fcC. My Icrmsnrei-'JI M.L PROFITS. yVICK SM.ES AND 1UCADV I'AY.s, wiih yofirCiish. sold nl r-ivlimwe delivered KKKE of expense to llov part of the Cily. The Highest JHarket Price Paid for most all kinds of Country Produce, such tu Butter, Eggs, Lard, Itrinit alonijyntir Truck Fanners if on vrnnt munev for itiiraiiy'lliiiii-c'si-. Don't Ihe place, 5, I'hoeni.xlilock, for- merly occupied by UrakeA Hnuric. W. U. J1KOOKS. Sr. K..V. IS. ISSK-if UUUUS. MKDIOINKS.tJlll'.Mlt.'Al. AND riiAUMAi-iairicAL ll YK STUFFS OF ami -ortt mill af rvryiiililir.t'Urr: WINES AND BRANDIES, ALL THE PATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, EAN- DAOES AND TKUSSES, SELF INJECTIKO SYH- BINOES, AND OTHER KINDS. ALSO BREAST PTJTiIPS. WIN- DOW GLASS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN, ALL SIZES; OLASSS WARE DESCP-IPT10NS, FI1UIT JARS, GLASS AMI) TERRA COTTA. PAINT. HAIR, TOOTH COUN- TER, SABLE, A ml Artist't Ar- tinl'K M'll'rnilit, fan- OY AND TU1 LKTTi: AUTIC1.I KKIiCISHN'K AMI COAl. Oil, AN'U I.AMI'.S, HUM UltUI'S. f of I he above assert Icsliinony 1'roin all ]iarts ol' I he country. IHIN. MANN', Ann Aibor, Jlich., says his wile, uhose hair had become very Ihin, and etnirely while was restored lo brown color, and bad Ibicketied and become boun- tiful and jrlossy upon, and cnlircly over; the bend. Others ol my Inniilyand friends an? nsinj; your KcMoralivo niili llie ell'ecls. HUN. .irilliK nf Illinois my h.iir preioiilurrly but, by of KeMoi-aliye.il has resumed ils orig- inal color. IK IN II Bray, bin lie I I.. Her n.-iiif Inn lioli'h- c, b.r. K l.i; i-i Inanenlly my hair WHS it lestored il. It I e '.I. U. i'as In., ihii.N ol ihe lies e-limed ils c, lilt. li. WAI.l.l.-i. in'oal man v oiher prepari bottle y.o.r II a humor in inv hea r. alter m ALL KINDS OF PAINTS, OILS VAKNISNES. i c o s, Corn S i a r c li, F I. A V O It I IV ti K X T R I C T S U I. I. I X A li Y C O X 11 I II 1C .V T S 1N-FACTKVERY THI.N'li THAT IS KE1T AhAUOKKASTKllX DUUIJ E3TAHMSIIMKNT. than iy nil Kail. Fare less than by any other route! Tickets sold to Keller's Island, Snndnsky Cleveland, Ihill'alo, Also. Tliioinrh Tickets lo Ni- agara I'alls, New York, IJnsloti. Montreal, and all points Fast. Freight carried at the lowest rates. X. I'.. Passengers poins Fast, will, upon their urrivjil tn T rronl, Ifoat's Pdrler.s aret locks nnd convey pa Western Money will lie tali on by this Line for faro. LEANDKK MIX. (inn'l Ag't.. Toledo. (KTico nn M. S. N. I. [t. It. Pock. AIIR. Ifith 'fifl. ALL WANT1XO FARMS IX a. tlelighlfnl clini.to soil and secure fivm frosts, advertise mcnt. of Ilaminlon in another column. ions, to no Did. I ir re-toralive, whieli bus ol I ivo vear.x' lir.XJAMlN iVUSeye..... Avenue New Vurk, MIVS. ha.vinp lost my hair by iheelleclH of the Krysipchis. when it lo instead ol black us heretofore, il mixed wilh p'ay. Having tried p: eparnlions lo reslore ihe or eU'eel, I was indneed lo try and in spile of nil doublsii hir; hud I fie desired el- I'eel. II. L. WILLIAMS. M. II.. 1-eelensville. Alii., ays, I have used your I'.csloialivc, nnd find it all t is recommended lo br. 1 have tried il for Tel- er, ami lind il a certain euro. U. M. M. II., Friinkl'orl. Kv., says, he rec......nends il in his practice us the bust preparation I'or the hair now in use. KlIWAItll WA1.COTT, nays, three mnnllis IIKO my hair was y.-ry (trny, it is now ,t dark brown. Ihe original color, sinoolh and gb.ssv, all by the. use of Wood's r.c-t.irntivc. WII.StlN KLN'tl says, one month's propernppli- inlion, will restore any huirlo its urigin- nl color and u-xiure. .1. ll. HOF.Ssays, a few applications fas'i-ni-il my hair lirndy. il be-all lo grow out mid turn ItHTSKV SMITH. Norlh-F.ast I'eniisylvnniti, says thai her hair had, for it number been perfectly while, bu.....iv ii isrestorcd li'i ils youlh- Inl color, soil and W. Si.'Paul, says Unit his hniri.H Iliiclc, and nliliixigli It .shorl lime since he was both haldnnd The people here saiv ils ell'eels nnd have confidence in it. .MIIItlEIS Utl.sl.INli, M. snyallmt after trying many oilier preparalions, .ill lo nn fect, he used I ivo hollies, which covered his head with a new and vicious jrrnwlli of hair und in- vtles all lo come and see it. SAKA1! .1. P.KtiWN, snys her hair wns nc.l only Kray. bill so Ihin she feared ils cut ire al- ter llsin- two bottles it has lexlored both Ihe color and growth. Prepared by O. .1. CD.. IM Murkft, Si Limit, and "lUllroadway. New York, and sold by all and Palonl Medicine liealers: also, by all Fnney and T.iilel Ueods Ural. ers in the I'niled Slntes and I'anada. .hine K. Collar Manufactory. D. SCI-nTOEL EHO. Armstronif llrocery Store.) FOHT WAVNH, l.Ml. oprned a shop mnniiliielurinK 4' 0 I. I. 4 H S ol Ihe finest iiiiiljrrcnleM ilnrnbilily. which will be carried on by Ihe aid of the most" skilled workmen. We will sell at Ihe following rales: Biip t'ollars lta-e.. OO 14 WUIri irt J sir and upwards. Orders Irom Ihe country iiml promptly COKXTY, .V.I. j (Formerly l.csnntii Vv7. KIME, Proprietor rOliT WAYXK, INIi. Intve probable the Stock in the State and ec, lainly tlie HKST V Alii ETY, and shall not be undersold hy our eonlcmporarie-; in Cincinnati. i proprietor having lilted up a new shop, in D. the three Klory brick, one door Kas! of (he American Mouse, iuls removed therein, where he his business, SADDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS, 'J'rciuks ;iuil ntj'l oviTv nrticlc in liis Inn- fh.il I'l'lmi-'s (o 'i WHOLESALE RETAIL li U S 1 N K S S Pittsburgh, Chic.api or Tuli-ilo. Our JIo-i TI quick sales and S M A L L PRO F F I T MliVlill .t P.IUITIIFP. Korl Wayne. Ind. '.I.', Columbia SI JAMES McCUNNKLL, LAND AGENT AND ATTORNEY be sold low for cash. Ctve me a call before purchasing of others, rnd of Ihe bargains I shall oiler. I'. NKlKUlTKIi. FI. Wayne, Aug. -J, Medical Notice. Dr. Charles E. Sturgis, resumed the practice of Medicinn. OFFICE OVEH MILL'S DKUG STORK. Entrance nn Main Street. Dwelling on licrry Sireot, orijmsitoihe Iliimiltnn House. fi-h. o, mHE nndorsignod has establiihed an Agency f-r Ihe purchase and sale of Iteal cslnte in and counlies, nnd has etlecled arralif-i- nienls which olTer superior indncemenlslor Ihose lo liny or sell the same, in (his section ol the Stale. Pnrlicular attention will be paid to it may be necessnry for non-residenls to leave in I lie hands ofan iijrl-nl. LAND Honght, sold, nnd obtained for those same under the late act I'oogresH. .IAMKS Ligonicr, May CS, '.IH-n-ly [inil; e lias been r{ .vi A   

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