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   Dawsons Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - October 19, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                DAW B Established aa a Whig Jouinal A. D. 1040. 1 Fledged to the Union the Constitution and Laws. FOliT WAYNK, ALLKN CO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 19, 1859. {VOL. 20. NO. 8.f riWSONS WEEKLY TIMES. elections huUl on thy J 1th, resulted us follows: Ohu1, ArinnesoUi und luwn, republican; opposiUuti; and-Indi- aiift, in statu qiw,   WIIIIWUTA V whc'j ovcrUkun by a d sense, no'cxe'tion whatever t'> cure Uiemsu'vvs, but refusing proll'm.il renu'dies, sei'iu to be wait- ing fur sonic supernatural agency to come thf'r :iiiL Tbe result is, that the diseases become con- linned much burder ti> emv. Jfatitetly'if Medical nj is now iiinong tho :rost popu- lar medicines of the dar, and tray be said to be Iho only sure cim? for humors in And we would surest, to any who bo suf- Scnifiihi, Krysip'ehis, or any of thr of bum to try an article that, conicH to them ladi-u with the of tliousauds have been cured. UEADACHE AND DEBILITY. Mr Silas Liscomb, nf says 1 have found iu IJ'KitiiAvu'.s a remedy for lluiidac-I.e and Debility. My wilt- has silso used it with the greatest Mr. A. S. of Piltsburyb, also re- murks that he has experienced much relief from its use for Headache. Take a hall teaspoon fid three times a day, an Imur before mwls. Kat mydciMlely, and tlu-n of wholesome food, and }pmi will find this is rjal'y a remedy fur Siek and Nervous Headache, Weak- ness of any kind, and Piles. perfectly simple in e imposition, it may be taken without any fear by the invalid. Possessini; a. fine aromatic flavor, it is very grateful to tho de- biliUiled stomach. NOTHING ELSE BOHS HE ANY GOOD. C. It., S. C., May, 7V. I Imvi- 1u-en iilllii-lcil with llyspujiKia for :i iil'yeJiv.s, Jintl itniil years finci1. I tioiild iiitil mulling whii-li wt.uUl jillVrd menny relief. IMM-III- nntvly It'i 1 licard ufUr. HuulLiud's Ucrmun iinii I would try them, 1101. lunv- cvcr, witli much luiilt that J slumlU Itc b'jiujfiti.ud by ilicir use. 'J'o inv surjtvi-sc T fntind (luif on tailing ;i (Viv vi-d ilie pain in my si'l' u 1 cin-si. my jippLMHt: IJCCICKV i .st IfcsLKN M. DKBSSKU, a young lady of libeml lal- i jn ,I'iall crit and high accomplishments, and who escaped ior n I nlluvv myself bu oill nf Iliv I'.iiti-rs i'.' 1 nlitntn llinn, -It li> l.ii llie I'lill :unt KendalMlle Eaces. Fall 'lill November 2nd. This exercise on the Inrl' will no! hike (ihice 'till Wednesday, November Second. Ojn'ii lo eoiniielitioii nf Horses ill unit out of Ihe hi.-.lrk-t. II-.: for (he l-'iill Kcmhillvillu Nov. Till Isl.ln-st li'i.llliij; llursi! I inilcliciit, SI l.st. best lloi-sc 3-' 1st hest. IliMiniiiir Morse 4 Also n purse is oll'ei-eil for the best enitcst Kenil.-illville. Xnlilc (Jonnty. Del. ,N7ohle (Joniily. or at Keiuhillville. OVTHSFt 33 WOODWARD YOUJTG Rccclt'eil Hie LARGEST STOCK IK THEIR LINE EVER ISrosagisi to lliis City. Cull ami exiitninc ill !M iijiiKiyite I Mnyer ,1 Urn's Drug Klnru. 15 I I-'orl Wayiu-.'Oel. latli 'Wl. HOME KEMKDTWW H v w o o D w A a i.. volt TIIK KAI-III cvitK yr J'Exy.siCliill still! fiiMVS "I KKW HAYEK HINT'S I Iloarliound! BALSAM. IKrAIlSHJVKMW, MOKH TlIHOATt 'i.Ni; INCll'IKMT VO i-e Jbr practicing KEDIOIWE AWD '1 .-re he ti.uy 111 nil times when II- S lit litfea iln.-1'rin.-ik-iil ilntii'si.r II im-ril July 12. ni.m Kear Gen. "Wayne's old Fort, FORT WAYNE, Indiana. CHOPAEET, HUEBELL CO 1'UO L'illKTOUS- This SfcT7 Mill is now running for Ami is pre.parnl lo iivciinitnnilatc- the customer wiih the best griitilittg of which ff-isl or grain will mm OH votm aaisTst And Id. us HO sutisly you Mini von will ulwtiys give us :i t'omuand EXAMINE THE FORT MILLS, Ni-itr I'V wlu-i'i- 01.1 I'Vi'l WMVIM- vms Sept. IT'-i'l. Oct. ITiU, in lioimr of Aiiihmiy tmw pixiy-livi; from Salt Lake cily with her parents will leclm-c to the cilminsof I'Vt Wnynu nnd viciniiy, sin time this week, jwrhnpi, on ifutnnfity crrniiHj :il j WISh MI me iun u-ncir-.', :tnu MMIM uiu: the IIsill. .She is tlie author ul" ml tin in h. :ill who nui.v In- jj. ,fl awontj the j 'rivo'llii-m 'rrlL-r i'l'ir'v v'ill 41 Miss Dresser" Niysom1 informant, "lias j ,u, hy Itiih-rs. Sinny ui the last months writti-n six lerlures which j pvrsi'iis in (IL-irir.i luivc tisnl ifn- I'-iiti-rs willi r.-Mills, :md I n'l'IoiiM von jn-l :i iminWr til'm-rlificftlL'S wen; you tltciti. Ior lo my ciTtnin :i number have nlnm.-il IW-'-.t lo ntciil itin tlut inv d-tujrli C. R OAKLE AMI .MA.Nn'AiTCIihll OK in point of literary exrellrnw, arc njunl- od, and slm has read them to over LMMJ aiulieutT-s in every part of the North West. ill'iJ A Amonj; the things worlliy nl" j alnuil six of eiin-'l ol' J.nuulirr hv HOlc it, til- W-.rk...l Kri.l-u' I li.rrman I Iliink I.e.M lo mon- lion llns. us I IIIIM- m nvn UK-HI n.-uil III anv was the salo of Hour from the I'ort JIHIs nl ,IH. lliis city, (Jomp-irel, lluhhell Co. proprietors. Jlrand "hilly while" brings pi-r liarrel, an advance over the best of other lots so reins i barrel. That shirts out well, and Uiu character of that brand cnn be kcpl up, for the mill has llie facilities for the work sent east. Sa inn ul has boiitjht onf Cnoml'V Boarding House, on the nurth-west nf Main nnd Clinton streets, m-ar (he Uank, nnd op- posite tho and allrr he ylmll jiivrn the premises a most, thorough repair, nnd he will ojiun thcrrin and Unreal :i ft rat ftttMt Hoarding Mouse, and stirh IM-OII nKidlkiimv in this region. Of its opiT.ins wr shall give due notice, and hope that il will nn-ri with what it tloubtless will menl, a Jimt clns.tjjitt- Ontnib'.iK l.ine irt an eiilripriz most essential to the plac.-, yet Mr. Walker, .like nil persons in any project, which a city re- quires, hns to meet, with piivalc uppitMiinn on the part of those who choose ratlirr lo jjvl and use their own when tht-y want to pi tho depot for departure on business or ph-asim-, thnu pay u few for an oiinttbtis whit-', runs for yenend jicconutiodution. Tlii'sj; are small, but they ainoinii lo iiiucli to Mr. Let him be patronized in a Hif-nil ui.-tuncr. Mis fare bus been reducud to Jo c'cnls, will not pay that t Samuel llamu has recently rnuotl- uled his mansion, and put it in the coinplru-st in and out, of uuy house have s.-cn lor VAmy 3'ears. In fret we doubt ifm tliu State fciiy house, in its richness of lim'sh within, ils en- tire coiiiinoilioiisncss and comfort, excels il, while its outside niraii its style of -.'tfcc..-7-is attractive and durable toriug into is much of the outi ttjtslc IIm tit'in, has :md as iu ihe tine, in such a way JIM U-t .-4iuw 'lluil avhilt- he passed an active lifi- in he bus made himself lamd- far with scii-nri1. Many who make a business -af farming would do well lo vi.sil JtJaiinaV farm, anil there learn some practical les- StttK in the hii-iinrw. iKpci-inlly in rerlaimiti-r poor oihi-rs, To visit, hiui, such will not m'L hints, Imt lessons. P. hits tlic linest lot nf j ior Stox'CM over ojVi-rcd in lliis market. Call up on Columbia Street, yon lha< want j lo set oifyour parlor wiih :i line slovtr. Hemeni- il U. Morgan's Ihii-du-ni-e Store. A. IIAl.KS, KilrfmuM. ,1. Glenn. Tlnvc Hitlers are liv l.lr. C. M. Jack- sun. IIS Areli Street, l-liiliiili-lplim. 1'n nml sold al eetils per bottle, liv and iu eveiy lown ninl in llie L'uiled .Stales, Ciiliailns ami .Suntli BOOTS, SHOES LEATHER, WHOLESALE RETAIL. f unrlcrsigiicil would hereby res peel. an- j .fl. IIKMTICU to of Ft. and sur- nHUidiiij; (Mttuitry, llicy the .M Mr. John lliitniUitii. ami will con- iiiiii'.- the Itusinuss in tlic shunl, (it Ilic c-Tiiur itrOtlliuuiiiiiKlColuiiifiia Sirccln, in Ki Titeif jtssm'trnrNl. will, :il nil limes, gencinil and Iu KasliM-n" jMauiufattitrcd work I'ur OhiMrcii, Misses, Lndii-s ;ind CenlU-nu-n, will be 1'ijiuid every gnule niul Style, direct I rum ihu very borft Mil nit tact n Wr lire? itnd willi us us lut'LMiKin iind MK. I'JETER The well known nnil popular BOOT AXfJ SIHiK MA of Fort, We have every Ineility I'yr Kctling mill arc consliuilly keeping on hand a general Jissurt.niL'iiL of" Home JfMatle Nut by niiy lier cstiiblishingnl. in Ihu city Ki, may In1 I'tnuid in our Stock any thing in Ibis Him, IVum thi! lililc Child's laiidy I'arwiU lipt-.tlic Gt-nlV Innjr wiilcr pro-iT Imols. Our jiricen dtil, will bu round very indued. All work 'Imie lo oi-ibn- on (he slmriest nulice and in liar best inaiiricr Frum our willi tin-business, our apjiiiujiliun to the mid ell'i'i'ls I pli.'asc, we hope tu in frit a :il share of the public W. JAC01IS -SOX. W.-iyne, -Inly V.l-ivly ITUK MUXOXtlAJlKI.A UVK DLsiillcd Expressly For These Biltt-rs. Till: I'lill i- i; v i-: i: A N D A c; u n. Juili'jrttiun, nf K it i 1.1 'i: v c o s T i v i; x i-: s .s lllll 111! llisi'IlSOM 11 OK .ix .1 TOXK; never bt-irn u-ii'.iik'il I'yr thu reliuC U isirurO.f in nil CHCCH ol' dchilily or ui-nliiiess of tiny kind is V I, M O S 'I' INS T A N T A X K 0 U S Mniiufticliiml Kxelunivi-lv liv JK-.vor I'.ru., Wholesnlc anil Kclnil AKoiils, I'D 1ST WAYNK, INK. New Agricultural Settlement. TO ALL WANTING FAKHS, A Karo opportunity in a deliglitfiil and Healthy Climato 25 miles Southeast of Philadelphia, on tfce Csradon mid Atlantic Eailroad, New Jersey, Auohl cstjitu ciinyiHling ol' several thoii.snmlH of eies uf jiru'ltictiri- fi'ii Itris heuu iliviiled inlo Kwrnis f lo titit tin: A jiopulil- liuli nf Hun'tf-I. I'l-i.in i-iirlsul' lie n-.iiKUe Slult-s :iSnl Nev.- hnvt; -iyiileil here ihc piift year, iniiivoveil lliL-ir jiliiecH. uf tho hml isiit die Inw Mini of friiin lo ]i-.-r ncrc. Ihi- .soil f die lil-sl I'm-the nl' ti'lirol. t'-'ni. uinf SREY7 GO. iiliiuii: A I. a O Dressed Ash and Poplar Flooring, IEATHER Sales Ixiiiim Nrn. 110 Columbia SI., FORT WAYNE, IND! WASHINGTON TANNERY A assortment consiamtly on hand. rnsloni wurk done with and wiir- rnnled lo L-ive JOHN H. CLARK, Supeiintcndcnt. i In ril V In lie iniiiin-.eil hv :l I'llniiy .nnl I-act (Curri'iili'il lij- llnlilu'll ,'i I'n.) l-n-.-l Ih-lul..... IX, Ih.VI. ivliiin M'-'i Cdl'.N ,Sli.-ll.-.l. I'l.DI i; LAKH MI'TI'Ki: isvi: .vi I-'HX Si-i-il -'.Ml SALT -I.-Ill I'l.nvKii i.no Tl If.i I.-Ml Hliop Xiirlh siileol'lliufanal. east of Cily .Mills. Foi-l Wnyii.., Oel. lltli Vj'.l. MRS. SULLEY'S EMPOKIUM MILLINERY GOODS! t'orner ot ninl t'iillionn tSts. tile .Mavcr MRS. Sfl.l.KV relumed IV.im Xew Vorli ivitli a verv luenl ..I' .Millinery :ih.l ranev C "if. and nil o! lier :u i ieb-. ol' In y ulililv r liri'd i'nr l.ndic- aii'l I 'liild: en's wear S. li.-is e.vchisively lor t'nsh. slie ili-leriuined liial In'f eusloui- Hlialt liavellie Her Stuck unipriscH ill part French and Amciicati Flowers EMBKOIHEIUES, Infauts Capt. Mill. Will constantly keep on hand a choice selection of EASTERN HOME-MADE LEATHER MOROCCO, HWnffGS, S'B IV 19 i X S, fcASTS, AiC., Their Inrp. Eastern Sole-Leather Tanneries enables them.....Her Sill.KI.KATII Kit at prices compare I'avoralily Ilic markets. PAID run IIIIIKS, r.nrnii i.KATiihit. IIOIINS. til.UK Scjll. Important Discovery. I'.KMIvl.' IN Tf.X M1SUTKK! I! r y :t 11 s B" :i 1 tai o i c W a r Are nnla'dinj; in llie i-nre ol' Colitis, Colds, Aslll a. I'.ralleliilif, Son1 Tin-oat, Unal-M-tn-fri, tlillit-nlty SILKS, DR3SS TRIMMINGS j Ineipienl Dis (he Tliev luivo no el'meiliriiie, and anv eliil.l will lake Ilieiu. Tlifmsiinds Itavc becti f j j anv cnii.i win laite Ilieiu. i ojive oeen Raglans, CheStOl'fiClQS, Inn! before despaired. Tes- l-'ur Ladies, .MiyseK ami t'liildren; as well as a I ilmmiy .aiven in lininlruils ol'cases. A dose in AKii I'm- lir.viiu'n I'lilin-inii- iiriciiin IIIllv jil-llllillL- "Ul-VIUI." Hlllll'Inll.S f :ill nii.l nil ..I' wliii-li we will Fell Twi'iili'-livo veins il h.is. Sul-1 liv ile.ili-i'H fi-iii-i-iillv. JKISKS, Si.li- I'nigirii'liir, N. V. l-.ii-Mile liy Mj-er ;i lini.iinil II. II. A l'n. I'l l-'n.-lii.ins will liu i tt'iij-ni.. I'eli. I, -I'.V.i. pluek of n Mr-. only tin- I'.ivor of a call hefurc ir.-liMMU'; d'-ru'lli-lv. f for I N- Slinw limn j npi-nini lli AMBHOTYPES 'S (liyirlrtt lltiiltf T.mrf.) Toloclo ilJarlirfs. Orliilii.r 1T.--2 p. in. 1MB. I" i-x In .Inuble ex. iv-1 rfml while Cunt, mi siiles. ECiilIalo liaikols. ll.I II. I1HMIAM is mtlisliinliiill.v Hull n Oi-lnl'i-r 17, Ml. jinltlii: will ;i In Hn.i.-o e.'i llii-li., Jml. .V O.; Premium Picture Gallery Sri 1. IN' MVt'tissrri. With a Con.-laiit Intnasc J'iilruiingc! iliilllik- c-.v. CHAIN. Wlii'iit iipi-neil nolivn at nil nilvanr if I i-enl, lull rln: nl dull ninl lii--u'V :il. n   STI I.I, AltltlVlNU AT P. PIEKR'S. ,V7'.. Ft HIT ir.JJ'.VA'. rpltM uuili'i'sijTiit''! very rcfprcll'nlly iiifunitf J (lull lie; has uoiwi-auMy on ImnU n Huirttinl Shii-k ol' Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Pilk Itilili.niM, (iiu-.-ns- Sluiurwnrij nml Woinli'iiwnri-, whidi v.'Hl IM- M.l.l olirnp, if imt Ilir Tn MiliKfy yutn-j-i-ir, rail iiml t-xniiihu: liis illicit :iinl ami you will tint) il. In your in buy him. liny rlii-aprr and ln-Mi-r i liilii, ;iinl Mirrcliy liitic; am! iniutcy. Wiiyitt', M, w'hu 1'. I'niitii. IN'WAN.Y TO-WIT: Sh'pln'ii It. JlniKl .No. 2 early spring Un No. I Mil. j 'v.ii'ious'bran- fa .Mills, -lobn U. .l club to atrive while Canadian, red j die I Mil. i-Iilh, Corn market Him, Oats i-nsicr, Canadian, Hyr (tuici. I'orK I'.arli STEEEGSCOPE SPHESEOTYPE ID vlii Ihu atU-nlinn d I'l lie jmlilii'is icuJarly iiivilnl. A %ariflv ill I K.iNtrv and I'I-.MN of nl! M- just rr.Viv.-l, will In- lillt-rl 1'icttircs, ul Itiwcsi rales, tchifh trill lie irifliin thf Andrew 11. l.mii- -lobn U. Isaac .1. Holmes, V. umi, .1. I'u- Tvnu win .1. Vnn llu- .jo! ut tine- Imil t'> Ihi.t Kt ili'-C..n-li of "f lln- tunl's Eye Salve f  '-C ore gritty iileuwd. Grcgoy's Insliinl Cure of Palif. Tlih kimwn iiislnijlly, ulitpa (iutl I'urRiftK H'W Cramp find Colic, nml hancrtri-J Inunlrt-clo ufcnsiM'wf Diarrlmnt, Chotom MiTl.iw, and tllo I'et-t, Uhilblnins, JInilrfctf, nnd Culic hi hornet. Yen cnwjint Initilro nnywliern .von will lintl jM-rsonrt ti'ho Imvu ila tlsrt. jittdulio thitih no utlii-r inrdiciuo is to JL bao trial will jjrovo all mj vruivU I'y W. S LWNT. Hammer. City. 0.. tn ftll LAWE BODLEY, CIRCULAR STEAM Cor- John Water Strf-T CINCINNATI, O- ORltT9 ptiould bo addro iil for tVro nlrtrtTi A 0 K N T K K. 11. Ilccd, Meyer Hru., .t llracl-rnriilgf, Urug'ts ft Wayne II. (i. Wnggoiicr. '..0-wly J IASB A: PnrlabiA rir iii-c on lliu moat I Sciviltll'ic I'rl'n.r.i nWrffronR can willr h.llillif dud iMi r.nd trill more -rurfc nuy oUicr Mill: Tticy nltlic )eaa'.( Three to Four times lie Wwi Of It S.tsli JTI j 1 1, at a less flrat coat and tliDR CXpeiHCB. fur Circular nad price tddrtM M RIB, STORE, rCLLOE WHEEL MACHINERY, Snali Olid Door Mi4 Chair Malcora' Machinery: SHAFTING, PULLEYS, SADDLE, HARNESS, JVKQ COLLAR TRUNK j it 111 KMrl.l.lhnt 1. Lnuferf Si c.l Ni.. HI I'cliiinliiit SU.WI, lin, rctJIfHc' liiMil" :nul best IVuits ar.il YcgctuldcM in tliu me II-DIII nnil nrc aunally ihc of ini'lit-ns. MfriMinniH fruiii (Ntllar Fiiulory with it hellt-r article ami ut lower rules tlivir otiicr hou-itin thr West. SiuMK-ry ami Trhimiinjtfl nlways on fns llootb. Alnln-K .1. I'reston..lames W. Itrvson, Frederick Allen nml l-'red- triek S Wallac NIITT Vork. Of-lol.cr 17, cprnud rloscd .pn- super ex f-Utlc, Xcws riuiu rinprr mninn'n per cent on tiuwnswarc place, 11. ID ivciliuin rx Tijlii inlVrii-r ID N. Ward is selling-Hi pieces of tin; slonr shipping ox ixmn.i Ohio. (V chinn, at Tl! pii-ces lililat 1'J.iMi. i nmlian llmir, sli-ady atn) (piici, small salt-s at Fancy .stone china, -III pieces :il ?ii pirn's Hvc llnur sUnnly, nt 4.00. Fine band cliina, piun-s, mniKcL vt-ry dull and lu-avy, 100 (lollnrri. Tlie p-t-al advanla-o ul a rlmii-r while Kyi- ipiict. china sUirucunni-ctnl tlic r.tct-iry in Kn-land j vi-ry nominal al Ini .is the raluction in the priix1.-; t-ikt; placr in i wtsk-m. Oats dull, 11 staU-, Canadian, and I I iippt'itfinj; (it UK- the Clvrlc of HKNI1AM wnnltl n-lurii liin sinccfc J- Allen Circuit   Wt-t this ho scli.mlH r.ir rliili'n-ti. wn'lrt, and will an uju-n winter, ntul lulrliniatr, whi-n- IVvi-rs are uihM-ly unknown. Tho i-L-sull ol' (hi- In iho way of buil'Uii'r nnd lutulicr can lie nlilRinril at I'M; mills ;tl iho rales of to pM' ihmis.iml. I'liclcs IV.MU (hi; liriclt yanl tipoiti'tl iu llii--i place, every arliclo can be procttrctl in llie are al liaml, nml I lien- nu in ihe l.'nimi ami In1 made cthcain-r. Tin: n-a-l'T will al unur willi tliu li'-n- prc-rninl, iin-1 Iniu.Tlf why flu- prupi'rty hii-i mil hern tip In-lurc. The rciis- is, il was ni'vcr llin-nn in the inai kcl and nii- lcy> thi'M> nu utio be inviled cxainini' lln1 land lii'Tnri- TlitHidlmv Th.-y will SIT liun! under cultivation, xucli lln- exU-nt ol' ihr fetlb- :nt Ilial ihi-v will no tlmibt. nu-et IVuni llu-ir uwn ueijiMmrl.....d; (hey will lln- nml can llie rlini of If I Ley ('ntiic willi u view Iu M-lllr, llii'V Mlmul'l conn1 lo nlay u day or two ami In- ri'.t'ly lo pitrchaM', us Ineaiions cannol lit? Then1 lire iwu diiily Irains lo Philadelphia, and tc> till Millers inijTuvt1, TUI; It.Mi.iiinit ('OMI-A- A Kurt: rmt six MONTHS, AMI A iiAi.r-tMurr. IOR TIM: TiMYN OF HAMMONTOX. In coinici-hoii wiili iillurnl seltlcniml, it now 1'iriviiiji I own has nalnrallv artm'ii, in-f.ii i in! n f i ami If ninj kitnl i-f' c'oiiM In.- carried uu in t marUfl lt  ii o v s i .s .rlfo Ii i n-riimi-il ils orixinal Color. UII. nnyc, lining a KI-VIII iiinny nil linio cfficl, I nsi-il oni- liollh; oryoiu- lluii- n-nlui-iilitit, which liun cili-i-il n linniiii-in my la-nil ol'lwo yram1 r.l'.N.IAMIN Scvculh AYCIIIIO Ni-w Yin-K, liaAini; losl my Imirliy lht.-clTecltf ol ilif wlu-ii il lo Kfow, innlcnil nl l.lai-lc iM-r.-lolon.-. il wnKWi-ll mixeil willi gray. Hi.vini; lrii-il many in-qianiliiins Id reslon; the col- or Millionl I witn imliu-t-il lo h-y antl in spile ol'all my .lonhla il Juts Jmd Ihedt-sircd cf- IV-rl. II. 1.. WILLIAMS, M. a, I'cfkciiiiville, Alu., savf, 1 liav.- IIM-I! your HcMoralIn-, anil find It nil i1 is r.....itiiiiii-nili-il ID I.e. 1 Imvc tried il Ior Tet- ter, anil Iiml il :t ci-vlnin cure. W. M. Ii., rrintfort, Kj.. sajf. In- Il in liis jn-nclici- as ihe li-r lliu liuir now iu line KMVAKH m.ya, months ,go inj- hair very p-ay, "I is now a dark brown, llo-orininal color, Him.olh nnd glOKKy. nil by I lid uM-ofWooilV J '.V1I..SON KlXti says, one ninnlli'n propernppll- (nli..n. i-i-sloi-t-nny jt.-i-si.irB Imirlo ila origin- al i-iiloi-ain! li-xturc. .1. n few Hj.juii-alioiig fna'cneit my hair firmly, il In-Knn lo grow out and turn l.la.li. ilH iiiiuintilri.hu-. IIHT.SKV '.-MIT1I, Knrlh-Eiist IVnnsylviinm, i says tli.-.l Ir.-r hair Iiml, fur a nnmlirr ol'yrnrs, hepn IN I'AOTKVKHV T1I1XU THAT IS KKI'T 11V while, lull now il is ivsloix-.l lo Inl soli an.I W. lill.Mi. llinl luiiris slriiiijt. ihirk. ami Wacli, aliluu.gli u -.hurt lime Min.-i- In- ivas hotli Lalilan.l gnj The people Iicrc saiv ils i-fleels nml Jiave conli.liriict! Ill it. M. siiystlmt alter liyini; many oilier i.repiinilions, All lonosf- I'.ii, hi- nsi.l hniili-ii, nliich covi-i-i-.l head with a lien- ami vigorous grun-ili of huir mid in- all in enine anil si-i; it. .1. I'.liOWN, hcrlinir was not only -ii-ay. hill sii thin sin; ils li-r using Uvn hi'lllim il hus rcslori-d l.olh the color ami (rrnnlll. I'l-epaml l.y O. .1. .t CO., Market Si reel. Louis, inn! Uro.-ulway, New York I'IY AXD'TOI I.KTTK KKHDsr.NK ANI> COAL OIL AND I.AJU'S. IJIiOIS. ICK1.ANI) ALL KINDS OF PAINTS, TAttNISUES, Spices, Co i" n S t a r c h, F r, A v o it i K c; E x T n A e T s, A M I) C U L L I N A R V CO N U I M H X T S, iiv A LAKU1-: KASTKISS ESTAHUSHMEXT We have probable tin; Sloclc in the State, and cer- tainly tin: HEST VARIETY, ninl we shall not 1, Fish, Pickles, My I.ITIIIS ai-.-SM -LI. I'lfOI-TI'S, yl'K.'KSAI.KS. ANT) KKAIlY PAY. at yoniOash. .l.'-liv.-n-ii I'KKE.if i .-Xliense lo j'iicl olllie I'ilv. i The Highest Market Price Paid for most all kinds IVo-luee, sm-haa ItTKoI.l l.y onr conlcmjioraries in Cinoimmti, j ChiciiRo Tuk-.lo. Our 51 in TO is quick sales anil S 51 A L L 1' Il'O F P I T S. JIEYEII .t F.irt Wayne. Iml. fl.1 ri.liniiliin Si. WILLIAM SCHULTZ. d sold by all Druggists nml I'alcnl Mcdicino Dealers: also, by all l-'an.-y alidToilel Uoods Deal. ers in the Tinted States mid-Canada. June I- In order to make room for a Grocery fa Provision DEPARTMENT. We wish to eli.se out the ithuve piu-lion of onr Slu.k elilMe, ihel.est lial'KHilis. At the Brew York Cash Store. Oct. Tlh 'M. eliewhere. and lie I My phieei.l1 biisin- 1 .lie.l..orwe.M of A. I JAJIftS j LAND AGENT AND ATTORNEY I.KIOXIKK, XtHiJ.K CW.V7T, IX HI AX A. fTlHE undoraigned hits ostabliahod nn Agor.cy f-r I'lllKR VIM-lllAi: forsaleal L pmv.liase aii.l Heal eslal.- in XI.io e 1 1'. I'min's. anil and lias elU-.a.-.! :n 1 nn-nls which oll't-r supi-i-ior iniliii-em.-nlsfor I hose 1 TO Al.l. WANTINIi FAR .MS. SKI-, m. el.l of Ihiiiiiimiiton Lamls. I :Boot and Shoe Maker, T -i o doi.rs ..I'llie Buttcr, Eggs, Lard, 'A l.rini; alolljr IV if J.ill Inonry an.! ITINNIXCS UK I-MV V, iviinM for il. or any tiling els.-. respei Ifnily fall llie nlli-ulioii of lln; -.ultlie lo a I w1T.rr c p T T? P T T- Tl m.-i-ly oi-.-npied l.y lloui-ie. I WJjlji. blUUK W.ll. II11OOKS, Sr. Nov. IS, ISiiS-tf I'KHSONS WISI.I.N.n'.. ir bnsi- lo ii rnpidly in.-ivasin-ieounlry a m-wsellle- j in inriil wliero hundreds are iruiiij.'. W here llie eli- -U1 mute is mild nnd llnl. S, Ivei-liy.enienl I is mild nnd llnl. S, I a I iilninn I VNMV AllR Uioseenlilled lo WANTINi; I' HANI IE (IK elimnle f.ir same nuilerlhel.-lleael of heiilth. See a.h en izeinonl of llaminuuli.n I.anil" .lAMKS Mcl'ONN'EIJ.. iu nnuiher folumn, j I.iironier May 'u'.l-wly Hoop Poles! Hoop Poles! i every thing in his line. Ladies and i-enllenicn are inviled lo I im a all, well assured Ilial Ihev calin.il Tail Iu he suii- Medical Kotice. ul llie fniesl quality and greatest durability, whic will be can-led on by the aid ufllie most skille M.MKIHATKI.Y al onr Hoop Mannlai-lorv. al' Dr. CliarleS E. lln; Forl Wayne, ygf liiBh.-sl inai-kel will be paid in Vn i-c wi-nl-r will also nil Sl-.liuns i OH'KM'. OM-.U Ml.I.h III.I MOM'.. l.inui and IMvinoulh, ninl briwrcn IVvu KntrJimv 
                            

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