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Freedom: its Interests, its Rights, and its Honor.
BY C. W. WILLAItD.
IflONTPISLIKi:, VT., APRIL 15, 1501,
PRICE, TWO CENTS.
STRING STYLE ! SPRING STYLE !
:S! CARPETS ! !
APHIIj g, ioci.
We have now ll:e Largest,
BEST SELECTED STOCK
h'liper,. Sapcrfinc and Extra-Fine.
GOTTOIJ AND STAIR CARPETS,
iirarse!B, at! widths, ieiigs& JIBats.
Which we nfk-r at juices that del',- competition.
fls Miule and put down in the brut 31 Miner.
J. W. ELLIS Bl Co.
GEO. w." sToir T,
Having purchased the
MERCANTILE UNION, j
Will continue the business ;it their ola stand. !
03? STAT3S STUBIBV
where the brlsiness will be conducted on the principle of '
Sun II Profiis for Rcadv Puv ! !
in the name of
SCOTT & CO. j
Mo':i,.e!ier, March 13, 1861. I
A ES IS I AW KS A wiTswei ISS !
HV THE IJEST WORKMEN I.N THE COUNTRY. '
Carriage and Sle-hh Manufacturing will be carrlod em
ty the subscriber opposite the
Court House Squares, ..SoiitjifclkT, Vt.
1'hosi: in want of i? iianl'd Carringi s ar.l .V'ji.!'.
will pe.:haj s do well to call and see what is being done at
the oi'l stand offrUB tt Camp.
All orders promptly at ended u.
JOHN W. CLARKE.
sli, Boors and Blinds.
The place to purchase the
BEST QUALITY of
Sash. Doors inn! Blinds
made of the best
and in a good
is nt the Factory of
J. D. CLOCSTON,
Opposite t H. Wileler'n Mill, Mont jielicr,
Where may be found at all tims.s ft good assortment of
.-'ish. Doors and Hiinds ; filso, Tubes for lliain Punips,
F.ave Splints, ka.
Planing, Jointing, Grooving,
r-nei Tenoning done in the best workmanlike manner
While thankf illy acknowledging a Constant increase o
e.usiom ic.r the past four years, I would earnestly solicit
iiersons who reside In towns adjacent to Montnelier. in
want rf the above articles, not to fail lo consult me, in I
person, or by letter, before purchasing elsewhere. Jt I
hal! he my purpose to furnish good work at low prices. '
J. D. CLOGlSTOW
i'e.ntpelicr. March 1SG1 272
STYLES, DAVIS & STYLES,
(Successors to S. 0. Kersey,)
Ellis' ESlooEi, i?ioBiipe!ier.
fjiHK subscribers are prtpraed to execute any kind
J. i'ictnre made by the
WELL FURNISHED GALLERIES;
lNey ofTer their services with confidence that they can
please nil who may favor them with their patronage".
B. DAVIS, Montpelei-.
A. Y. STYLES, Burlington,
3''yl A..LSTYLES, St. Albans.
The Alexandre Organ !
Patented in the United States, May 3d, 1810.
.adapted to the use of Drawing Roras, Chinches, Chap.
ls and schools. Tbta Instrument is superior to any oth
er reed instruiuCjUt ever invented,
GEO. W. WILDER
hub jus! received one of these Organs containing 13 stops,
and will be pleased to exhibit the InBtvmt nt his lu
sia sinre to il desirous of hearing It
rpHE Subscriber respectfully informs his frienls nnd
i- patrons that he lias removed to Montpelier, t., where
ho has opened an OP.lce in the Freeman Uuilding, nnd yvfll
give bin individual attention to ihe practico of Hie Lawlin
Washington and the surrounding counties. All business
entrusted to his care will receive prompt and efficient at-
K. V. RANDALL.
MoNTPELun, Oct. ISOO. , . f203ra
N. AV. GILBERT,
VO. IS'PjJJVJS'S BLOCK,
Ue.vl NORTIIFIELT), VT.
Vermont Central SSaiiroaii.
fa W pm-i rssaf: &nszpi
WINTER ARUANli ZM ENT.
Choice ofR, lutes for Chicago ami the We t.
Commences Monday, Ike. 6, ItffiO.
Ti ming doing Act lb ami West
Leave Mont pel ier, .it .1.25 i.m., 6.30 a. m. anil 4 .'0 p.m.
MAIL TRAIN connects in Windsor While llivei
Junction wild truiiiflteivinft Heiston mil Springlielil
nt7:iU k m , same day,(.ev Vork I he previous eveiiini. ,)
and wild train from Passu inpsic and v hita Miinniains
liailroml the siiut.i il ly. I.eavet VVin.lsnr at 1.40 p. m
arriving at Bin lington at 7 t") p. m.. St. Albans at. 7 37 r m .
Ii'drc and arrive at Montreal at 10 15 a. m., and at ' Ijilen
sburph at 1 nil i' m. nexl day. (.'niinectine at witt Giand
'J runli train, for lietrnil and Ih" west ivilliout ilel.iy.
Day Kurimss comici ts at llurlinalon with train leav
nig '1'my anie inornin.', leave It irlmijtnn at 1,50 p. m.,
arriving ni ll' iises Point at 4 40 p m., and at Oi(ltttix -hurgh
Wiuiit Kxibkss connects at Windsor with train leavins
New York ai 8.0(1, ,M., nnd lit Whits RiverJiinelion
with train leaving Kustnn, via Lowell, at :" DO p. m , I lie
pievioiis day. Leaves While H'vnr Junction at 12,13
a. m., arrives at liiirliiigloii at 5 45 a. m, House's Poinl
at 7.4i a. m. , Montieal allO,15 . m., anil at . (Igiliiiislnirgli
at 1.00 p. m.; tli s iuie day, ami preceeiling liy firiunl
Trunk train for Delroit ami the W est the mine after
noon. A Passenger car attached to a fnight train leaves
Norlliliehl at (i.OO a. m . arriving ul Iturlinglori at II 0a
a.m , M Alhai s nt 1:2.15 f. m.. and HoiiS'-' Point at 4.40
e. M. Returning Iravts Tioiise- Point. II J3 a. m.. liui
lingti.n at I 50 p. m.. arriving at Nurtnfield at fl 40 p. m.
Trains Ooii South amtl Kat.
Leave Montpelier tit 9 00 a m.. nnd 10.25 p m
Mail tram leaves tU. Albans at (i 15 a m., nuivisi't
fturl i n'tim at 8.15 a. si . and Windsor in 12..' -f i m . coil
riertiii:- at. While Hiver Junction with tri'lna (m Wells
Kiverand Parlon and for Hosto:i,i uwel! and Worcester
arriving in Huston nt 0 35 p.m., and connecting at Wind
sor willi trains for Hosten. Springfield, and New Vork,
arriving in New York at 11.15 p. m.
Day Kxpukss haves Rouse's Point at 11 15 a. M.,foi
Northtielil. liiirluigt.on, Troy and New York.
Kxpress train leaves Ogdensburgh at 11 35 a.m., Montieal
nt 3.00 p. h., Rouse Point at 5.40 p. M., arriuing at f t. Al
hand.snt t;.55 p. m., liurlington nt 9.00 p. m., While. River
Junction at 2 10 a. m., and nt Windsor at 3.00 a. m , con
necling at flurlingtion with R fell. R. 1!. for Trey, Al
bany and New Yoil;,at v hite River Junction with North
ern R K. for linstoii, Worchester, tic. iiiriving in lloslon
at 8.40 i. m.. at. Windsor with Sullivan R. K. fur Itoston,
Springfield, Hartford, Now lliiven anil New York.
New and Iieaillifiil sieeping car.ii are ail aehed to both
I lie night exprem trains running between Houses Poin
arid Boston , and betw een Rouse Point and Troy.
Through Tickets fir Chicago ami li'e west for sale at
the principal stations. ' G. MERF.I LL, S-'upt.
St. Adians Vt., Dec. 3, 18o0.
An nrenent and PtomaMuc prparaiou of IRON jw
rified of Oxygen and (.'ar'oou by oombustion in ifydro
cot', ai.ciie lied by ilie bij;tiist iltri;ca! Aul Ik ii: les
be;ii in Kurej e ana the l'iii:eii states, :lJ j m-: ci ibtd
in flicii practice.
l ue experience tt t lii usaiiils cai prrves ttit lio i
prenartitioii ol Iron can be coinr.nie ' with it Iirmi- I
rities of the b'ood, uepression oi vim! cuergv, na!e i
and othenUse sickly complexions, iuiliea'.e its lie- esi
ty in almost every coticeivtiUc cute
iniioxioii i in nil liiala-ics in vbioh it hns been tried,
it lias proved absolutely dilutive in c:.cli ot th.-ful ovv-
iiiH conpiainij, viz :
In Debility. Nervous Affections E r.cmMcii.Dyspep- j
sia, I'oii-iiniiilion, Diiirrhiea. Dsenlary, i ncir ient.t on
lumptiuii. Scrofulous, Tuberculosis, Salt I'hei ni. lin '
mens'ruation, White's, Chlorosis, Liver Ooiiipl.ilnts, ;
Clnoiiio 1 cm nche-, Ii hi uniutism, lotci mittt nt levels, '
l'iiiples on the Face &c.
In cases of Geue al Debility, whether the result of I
acute di-euse red the continued iiinmiu'ion of ner
vous and muscular energy from clin uic complaints,
one trial of tbiri te-torative lias proved succei-slul to an
ex!ei-t which no description nor writleu lltletallon
would render credible . luvalids so Ion? bed-ridded
as to become foigotteii in their own neighborhoods,
have siiddeoly re appeared in the bu,y world us ifju.-.t
relumed from protracted travel in a d.stant Iniei.
Seme very signal instances ot this kind are attested of
iemale (tifferers, emaciated victitrs oi apiarent maras
rnns, sniiguiuious exhaustion, critical changes, ai d
that duplication of nervous and djspeptio aversion
to air aim exercise for which ti e phjsician La no
lo Nervous alucticiisof all kinds, and lor rcafor.s fa
m iiar to medical men, the operation of this prepara
tion of iron must neces-fariiy be snlutniy, tor. unlike
the old oxides, it is vigorous y tonic, without being ex
ci'iii n' d overheating ; aud gently, regubirly aperient
even in the most obstinate oasis ol c stiveaefs without
ever being a nastric purgative, or indicating a disagree-ub-f
It is Mi is latter property, among others, which
makes it so icmui kably effectual and permanent a rcme
'd foi Piles, upon wh ch it;also i;ip'.'irs to exert r. spe
citic i ctii n, by tiisj er.-ir; the loca' ttudtney w.hich
In li spepsia, Iiiniimenili'i' ss ore its cruses, a single
b' x ot th'se Cliaiybtiib! Pills lia i often sulliced lor the
mot habitual esises, iiic udiiij; the hiibduul Co.-tivcms;.
In unchecked Diaiihua. nen when advanced lo
Disentary, coriiirme 1, emaciating, and apparently ma
iguant, thecil' ots have been iqaally decisive and uston
)u the local jmlns, loss ot fljh and strength, riebil
tatirg cough, atid remnant hectic, wh'ch geiii-rally in-
dicatis Incipient c'onsnniption, this remedy has ull,ied
the alarm of friends r.iiiJ plivsieiun ia several very
gratifying and interesting instances.
in Scrofulous 'fubeiculos s this medicated iron has
had far more than 'he good effect of Ihe most cautious,
ly balanced preparations of iodine, without any of their
we: I known liabilitie s.
Tlie attention ol females cannot be too confidently
ifirvitcd to this remedy aud restorative, ia the cases pe
culiarly atl'ecting them.
In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflammatory in
the latter, however, mi.m decidedly- it has beou in
variably veil rejoHed, belli ss aUeviptiiie pain and
retiuciugthe swellings and stillness i f the joints and
In hitermittant Fevers it must neccssuiily be a great
remedy ann energetic, and lis progress in the new fet
llemcntsot the West, will probably be one of tjigh re
nown nnd nsefuhnss.
No remi dy lias ever be n -II -covered in the whole his
tory of meliciiie, whi li exerts puc'i prompt, ' "
at. d lull, restorative ellt cie. (jood appetite, ceoipb.uc
digettion, ranid acquisi ion of s'reiip-ih. with an unu
sual disposition for active and ch leriul exerc se innue
d intcl) follow i s use. j :-
ruturiin i.e it tl.it me'il boxes coiituiiiirg 50, pills,
price 50 cenls per bo.v. ; for sale by duigists iind' deal
ers. Will h scut fii'e Co any addie-s on receipt of the
price AI. letters, orders. tc, -iiould bo addressed to
It. II 1.0CKK &( O , tleneral Agents, K. Y.
2,'i'yl 1 '. K. Sinilli, Agent.
BOSTOX, ,IAX. I, ISOI.
O IFt JE E5 "1? 3
AT PANIC PRICES.
1UST PDRC'IIASKD for Cash, and for sale at much be.
l low their value,
I.-t Pieces T A PKSTRY BRUSSELS.
. HO Pieces ROYAL VELVETS
200 Rolls KIUDliK VIIN-TER.
10 . Uo s .IL C LOT US.
These goods will be Bold at wholes 1 or retail In qiiHii.
titles to an t, presenting a rare opportunity r purchas
ers to fupply themselves at low prices.
NEW ENGLAND CARPEi CO.
75 HANOVER STREET,
Il!seiiEzi1ic nis! turalirt
A sure Care for Rhcutnati.fn ar.d Neuralgia in
ils oisi J orm.
The underlined h ueby c 'rtily that they ha vo ed
' (iaiiliiier's Rh unnt'C au I Neitrilia Oo npouud" for
t'm cur' of Hlieiimntism and Neii 'iiit, and havo in
every case louod iinm-1iate nod p irm nent relief. We
have lull cMiMdenoe. in its lijaling i)U i ities, and would
leeoimncnd it. to all w'io are n'llicte.i with these harr:iss
ing; di-eans. as one ol tliesalist and best medicine
ever offered to the jnit lio.
S IIanoociv, Ju. ,2) Jouth Market s Boston; W.
II. Ai.liin, I'.o.-tou : Ukmhy A Fa: i.mt. IS Sou'h
Market sf, Dial on ! Sa.ml Talks, Jit., Citv Hotel,
1 lost on j (i E". H. Plum m mi, 1 Meverick square, Kast
lloston; .'Ikkhv l. Oabdinkii, Webster st. Eatt Dos
tun; A n ham Wki'KS. Wehi-ter t, Hostou ; Capt.
(!ha. (j Dollivkh. Kasi Itoston.
The be-t medicine for cINense l versav. CnAfi. A.
Smith, o 1 Old hta'e House, Itoston.
Have lien iifllicted Willi lii e.iiniitiFm in its worst
form and was entirely cure I by i si's use of one bottle.
A. W. IJitvEG, Matthews Iluililiiifr, Commercial r-t, iJos
ton. Gardiner 8 Riinim uic and Ne'.ira!ia (."ompo ind lias
entirely leiievcd me ire;m s ifferins of several years' .
standing. W. K. Hoockins, No. 1 OM state iloui-e,
Alter Fiifltriug with V. lieu mat ism for twenty yean I
ns cnliif ly cured b the ue i f two bottles of Gardi
ner's Khcti'untit; anil Netirn'.fria Oompound. XOKMAK
T Av:n8 75 Franklin s'reet. Hotou
The lihtuniatic and Neuralgia Compound has been
taken by hundreds of people tor Scrofulous Humors
itli (treat benefit It may be given to children with
perfect a f tv.
At wholesala hy Mact & Jeskinp, G7 Libetty St.,
New York ; M. S. Ilrnii fc Co., S3 Treniont tt, Boston.
Principal Depot 87 Ki.lyst. Ho-dou
Not e genuine unlcs signed bv ('Has F. (jAudikeu.
For sale by 3f. II. C'oNK. W. ft. Village; Chas.
CliAfMAN, Woodstock; Gko. NtcnoLf, M. 1). and
Dr. roiiTf.R. I'orth(ie!d ; J. M. Uisnky, and Sons,
Waerbur-. L V I'isrce. ur.rt Kr-d K. Smith, Montpel
ier. Geo. S Kendrick, Lebanon, IS. II , and by npothe
caries generally. "42yl
The Iicgcticriilor in put up in two sizes, find
retails for 50 cents for pint bottles, timl SI for
quart lo!tles. TliC quart bottles are much the
Who wants a Good Head cf Hair? Use
Mr3. Wilson's Ha;r Regenerator and
Pleae ronl a few certiiieates from the following relia-!'.-.
and i:II kliun-n p.'ple.
JIi-.ssiis. lli-SRY P. Wilson & C.My wife is now
ii-ieir y.) ii It'.geuerii'.or for the linir, and pronounces it
f-ii- f.uperi -r to anything sh" ever used for the hair. It is
ea-ily appli"d . il ies ii"t soil in the leas! has no ilisagiee
ab!.' odor, increases '.he grow th of hair, prevents it fall
iug ot'-, niiil ofce-n rures the heiidaehc. I forwurd you
ibis certifieate inisolieiti'd. because I think an article
that will do what your Hair Regenerator will, should be
widely know n.' I'll, ink it Is the best article for the hair
now ill use. KrsptKtfullu, Ac,
Kev. JACOil STEVENS, Neivburyport, Ma.
" likt t.'ie Hair Regenerator nnd Drfs.iinij very
much.'" Ukv Oko. V Wooiiimi, Hartford, Ct.
" unhtnitatiniitt) jiranouncr it an inraluahlt arti
cle, from the effect on rnij own Acad."
S. A ll.I.i., wife of ltev. Henry Hill, Manchester, N II.
" It rendered my hair soft and ylvsiy "
Minot 1'AiiRAIt, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
I feel confident that it operates mot as a dye, but
to restore the roots to their natural healthy state."
Ukv K. 51. Kelloc, Nashua, N. II.
" most cheerful!) recommend it tn all persons.''
1;'kv C. Iti-gsixL. Littleton, N. II.
Mksbs. IIkn'hv P. Wn.soy Sc Co : I have no hesitancy
in iiying, in my opinion, Mrs Wilson's Hair Regenera
tor and Hair Dressing are the1 best hair preparations now
in use. I shall contimi to ue thrin with p-leasurp.
Hkv. II. Ii. HART WEI. I., Lawrence, Mass.
Mkssks. I!i:ky P. Wiison & Co. : I have used your
lia r Regenerator nnd Ihiir Dressing, and have received
great, benefit from them. I deem the articles worthy of
hirh comuienilati:. n, ii.mI cheerfully recommend them to
all who want to restore irray hair to its original color, or
lo any w ho are troubled with dandruff, oi a disagreeable
itching of the head or burners, or to those whose hair is
fallinrj from the head.
KnV. G. W, II CI. ARK, Great Falls, N. II.
Mrssrs. IIkxhy P. Wiison & Co. : I deem Mr3. Wil
son's Hair Regenerator and Hair Dressing the standard
articles of al hair preparations. I have, in many in
stances, known them to restore the hair where it had
fallen off, remove dandruff, restore the hair to its original
color, cure entirely the most painful headaches and in
some instances most serious humors Personally, I have
beeu a sharer in several of these benefits.
Rev. HLNkY HILL, Manchester, N. II.
'. Mis. Wilson's Hair Dressing is put up in large bottles,
an I retails for 37 cts. per bottle, and for dressing the
hair of any person, young or old, there is not its equal in
the world. It will make the hair everything you wish it
to b.-, and moreover, it has a perfume that is infinitely
superior to uny of the fashionable extraciSj either foreign
or American, which alone should entitle it to a place on
every lady's toilet fable.
I'se the Uegenerator before retiring at night, and
in tint morning opi-'y a Utile of the Dressing, and your
hair will he even more lifelike in color and beauty.
Vse nothing on your hair but these preparations, and
use these according to directions, and we warrant you
a good healthy head of hair.
Manufactured and fold at wholesale by Henry F. Wil
son k Co., Manchester, N. II., to whom all letters should
L. F. PIERCE,
Wholesale and Retail Agent.
247yll MONTPEM EK, V T.
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I-' !!u-i!Uihoi'of " l'r Swee-t's Infallit Ij Liniment."
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Is the autheirol " Dr. Sweet's Infaliuble Liniment. ''
Dr. Sweet's Injall'tble Liniment
Cures Rheumatism and J ever faiD.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Is acerain re r coy lor Neuralgia.
Dr. Swtet. Infallible. Liniment
Cures I'.urns at d Moulds inn;., diately.
Dr. Swut's Infallible Liniment
the be'st known ron edy for Sprains tnd IliuL-e i.
Dr. Sweet'." Infallible Linitncif.
Cures Headache immediately and was nevtr known
Dr. Sweet.' Infallible. Li ni mini.
All'mls iinmedialo reiil '.'or 1 i!ej, :rd seldom la; Is.
Dr. Sweet ,s- In fallible. Linineiit.
Cures Toothache in one minute.
Dr. Sweet's L. fallible Liniment.
Ones Cuts and WoundB immediately and leaves n i scar
Dr. Street's Infallible Liniment
I , the best rtmedy ler Sores in ttj Ktown woil j.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible. Liniment
HasbecD used Ly more' than a mi' lion people, raid all
Dr. Swell's Infallible Liniment
Is tiii'y a ' f liend in reld.r' anil cvtry family should
1 ave u ut liand.
Dr. Steed's Infallible Liniment
s f or sale by aM Druggiit :. Pi ice i. cents ' Atirly
DR. MARSHALL'S llAUAUll
f p HIS Snuff has thoroughly proved itself to be the best
1 article ever known for curing the Catarrh, Cold in
tiii: Head, and the HKADAcnK. It has been found uu
exi'ellent remedy in many cases of Soke Lies. Deaf
ness has b -en removed by it, anl He.vrinm has often
been greatly improved by ils use. It purges nut all ob
structions, strengthens the (Hand J and gi ves a healthy
action to the parts affected. It is recomended by many
of the best physicians, and Is used with great success and
Moje than twenty-five years' experience lias proved
its great value ; and at this moment if stands higher than
A large number of the most respectable Druggists In
Boston and New York, In a certificate signed by them i )
1S54 say :
" The undersigned, having for mai.v years been ao
quainted with Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and Hkapachc
Snoff, and sold it. in our wholesale trade, cheerfully
state, that we believe it lo be equal In every respect to the
recommendation given ot it for the cure of Catarrhal
Affections, and that it isdecidely the bost article ere have
ever known for all the common diseases of the head."
He arc of Counterfeit !
A fac simile of tho signature of the Proprietor
CHARLES BOWEN, U on every bottle Sol I by Drug
s ereryhere. 25lmf671yl
Py Die use of these Pills tho periodic attacks ot ner
vous of Sick beatlachfs may be p-evented ; and if tale
en at the Cduniencement o'f'an attack immediate relief
from pain nnd sickneos il! be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and head
echo to which fonialesare sosubjeot.
Th act rr.cr)y upon the bowels, removing Cos
tiveness For l.itera-y Men, students Delicate Females, and all
persons of sedentary habits, they are vahi'ible a a Lex
ative. improving ihe appetite, giving tone and vigor to
the digestive organs mi icstoring the natural elasticity
anil streiield of the whole system.
Ihe CKP11ALIO FILLS are the resn't rf long investi
gation nnd ccreftilly corducted e-xpe'rimtnts, having
been in use many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast nme un1 of pain rind suf
iering from Headache, wheather originating in the nerv
ous system or from a delimited state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegatable in their composition, and
may he taken at. all times wiih perieet gaiety wi hont
any change of diet , and the absence of any disagreeable
taste ren.lers it easy to administer to children.'
BEWARE OF COUNTER FITS !
The genuine have .'he signatures of Heniy C Spaldir.g
on each box.
Send by Drnggis'.s and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A Dox will be rent by mail prepared on receipt, of he
Price 5 Cents.
All orders should Le add reused to
IIK-RY C. SPALDING,
(.-25o)1m72', 48 Cedar Street, New York
Or o Weffk aiid Ioll'1,r, SSoton,
Sole VVIiidescb Agents, for New Fiifil nd.
THE FOU.OUTN'U Fl.MUKii'EMf'.NTS OP
V V V P A M f1 PI
Ij I!i 1 h ii li I 11
WIU. CO.WINtr, ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
A Speedy und Sure Cure
IS WITHIN YOUH REACH !
As the c To limeioiiils were un-o'iciteel by Mr. SPAL
DING, the afford uuijuestional . le proof of tie ellic. ty
eif th's truly fcie.'ntilic discovery,
Masonvk.l Cjss Fell, 5, 1801.
Mr. SrALMNo. Put :
1 have trieei your Cophal c Pills, and I like them so
well that I want vcu to s:;ud mi two dollars woith
Cart cf tlietenre for tha neighbors, to whom 1 gave
a iw out cf the tirst box f got irof vu.
Senei the Pill hy lniilaud obi.ij
Your o! r Servati',
.1 AMKl KDNNEDY.
llAVL-ut'oKD. Pa , Ftb. 0, 18dl.
Mr Siullinc. Sir:
I wish you to -end me one nnrebox of yonr Cephalic
Fill , I have rece ved a great deal of b ne it from them.
Vourx, res e-.;tfirlv,
MaKY ANN Sl'OlKIIO'Jii.
Si-Ki'cu Cm.KK. Huntington Co., Pa., I
January 13, 180 1 )
U. C. Si'Al.niN5. Sitii
Yju will plsasu geui: mj two box,is of your Cip i i o
Pills ireiid them iitinie;liately.
ii''pce:ti"iu'.l i Yours,
JNO, H SPeOXS.
P. S I have used one lux of your Fills, and find
them exce lie nt.
Kki.lk VKusoN.Oniii, Jan. Ij 1801.
H. C Stai.dino, Ksep
Please tinil inclosed lwei:tv-Hve cents, (or vhich send
me auoil.er box of j our Cep'nalic Pills. I hey ate !rul
the best Pills 1 have ever trie 1
Direct A, S I'OVKR, P. M.
Pe l: e.noii, Wyaudot Co. O.
P.kvekly, N' A;ij., Dei. 11, ISOO.
11 C',SlI.IIu. Ffq.
I w sh foi- sei ne circulars or lare show bills, to bring
on Cephal c Pills more pirtisnlsrly before mv cu-to-ine
s. If you have anythiua of the 1 ind, iilinsysend to
One of my customers, who is fubject to severe Sick
Headache, (u;ual-l l isting two days.) was cured of a
atteci in one hour by jour Fills which I.pent her
W. It. WILKEUS.
C7-A single bottle of SPALDING'S PKF.PAKFD
GLUE will save ten time-; i s cost annually to every
Siiah'Ski's Prepared Cilue.
SPALDING'S rREI'ARED GLUE
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE !
SAVE THE PIECES !
Ky-"Ai3TtTCu is Tim savis N'isi."js
As accident will happ:n, even in u rll-rerjvlattd familU
it is very dedrable to !i-iv so:ne cheap and c ttniezit
Way tv.r repairing Furniture, 1 oy. C'roe kery, Ac,
SPALPtNCS PilEPARFD til. UK
mew's all such e lurgeiicitis, an 1 uo h.i usebold csn iffir
to be without it. It is always ready aud up totbe it'ck
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE,"
N. B.-A Uru.sli nccouiiauies each bottle, l'lsion 'J5
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
48 Ccdar-at., New York.
t'AUTtox. As ceitnin ui.prineipleel psrsons are at
tenip'inji to pa'm olf on tie unsuspecting pubiio iinitj
tions of my Prep nod Glii'j, I would caution all nersons
tocxa.,i n- be'orepurchei'ig. and see that the full uam
SPAI.DINO'S PREPARED OLUK,
ison the outsiele wrajiper; all oth-ra are rwUHlntf