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r Revwdle era rfnlly prepare underth direct
7. Mi.a and Bispoctio or rroi. oumi"i d, u....-.-.
w u tna graataotl kwf realised went of the imbllo,
rraedleJdr 41thmor common and impi U-
a TXMttt iMtla wffl ifaoir that wast majority of
. frocn wbtaa w iffw and die, wera, rt Wielr eot.
... ilmnl tori IrlUinM. A RMTt Ool.L a allirht dlAT-
, a pals la tb aid, or a kaadacb, or noaneneae, as
! ouTlT oarol and auhdiwd, U Mm beeome a eonump-
f 1 a freer, a aaogerw a ymy, vroop wr
f .mli tbew remedloe supply a great publlo want. Being
! ' hand, simple, so jroa know at oe what t tak
v t , jnt, ao M U eeua bo rpgnno-I an hence
Y . ...Milng no risk, while th curative elfcct ar positive
a .j certain, thay ara Ukwi, ana it one th speil li broken
: a'i ta danger allayed.
r; Kipulenca baa amply confirmed th us of the rem
... u bkaiilaiiilnlnli Banana, a being 10T ra
, ,ao, aa ana warns Axo ooorvmuxav, m aoex MOST
. V - Theses aro aad aav bee eatog tba J ""JJ
., lyear pa la orary aaeUoai f too opantrr, wlt almost
' I - 'iii taihahlcbaatlanaaaf their
rfBtcUclir and rUlnty, and aauna oar bondradi of
dafutlra in ibair auataaura.
r ; r t ,unr mn
....... , - ' W ' f
. M. . 1 ; ' moa Of Bin vvm
v. -t-unra nmi " ' m
:;;.:,.aWCarM W 'Ter.WormToradoula
-"'"'aVSlaui'iattb
! . iu, fln.wtb.and leeblanaaiof lnJanta.........iW
,4-Ouroa Diarrhea, af Chlldran or Adolu, Obolera
, . Ufaawta, aad gamiaer Oomplalnta.
" , i-Curaa Dynentory o' Bloody Tlux, O0U0,
; ,. , Griplaji, BUioua Ulla, Fall Dyaanlary. 8
' -Curea Cholera, Cholera Mono, Nanaa, ad
VomlUn,thmtlo BraaUilng.
m ifv. - OnMa RnuiMMl RronchiUA.
r-vura - .
I ' ladnonaa, and Bora Throat.
. Toothaohe, raocaoba, Borroin ralni,
- i . . NaaralrU, aad Tto Dolorwu,... ........
t pvum aiwwAwMnt
, , th ei klood to tho Had.....
" t-OiirM Dyapopaia, Waak, Aald, or Doranjed
m. ianatiiiaUon. LI tot Oomplalnv
. . . UCara Buptmaood Monaoa, or Scanty, or
, . .,, IMaylna, br Btcknea.
, J Ouna Jjeooorrhoai or Whitea, Bwtng Down,
loo frnAiaa Menaea
r .. - , Hn.raa itrminv tionfin. uuiunli aim
MUir.viuui w - M
. '. 1 OpiMTWd Breathing.
, u.fMan.l, DhMim fnrtl, Fhntrtlnna. Krnrlna.
1 aa. Icald Read. Barh'er'a Itch. . M
fmnmm PhMimftMnn. Pmln. Llmrnw
bm In tha Cheat. Baek. Blila. or Llmh M
It Cnrea I'oror and Aarue, lntermK'
llWkYSp t2hAiiinatiiTm. Pain. Lameneu. or boreneaa
V la the Cheek Back, Ulilc, ariimbe. 23
'lo Fop ToTor and Ague, Intermittent Feer,
Danb A roe. Old Inroterate Anon
IT Tow Pllna Inlrrnal or'kbiteruL llllml or Uleri).
n. Recent or Obstinate M
, HTot Opthalmy, Weak or Inflamed Kre or lye-
. . . BdaJ fmUInf or Weok Slrhk . Ml
. laVnv bKtarrh. Acnte or Chronic. Pry or Florin;.
Colli In the Uead. Influenza M
t For Whooping; Cough, aliorunlng ami palllat-
lu(fkor Biasmodlo CuURh AO
1; Fl For Asthma, OpnreaKHl, Ditlleutt, Labnrrd
. - (raathloir, Omiirh and RiiMetoratlon SO
n For ar Dlsohargea, Nolie In the Head, Iru-
- poked Bearing, Karaohe. 20
For BorofaLa, Enlarged Olaadi and Topil,
Belllnr, and Old Ulcere CO
leV-For Genaral Debility, Pbyiical or Nervoe
t Weaneta .. M
IS For Dropsy, Fluid Accumulatlosl, Tumid Swell-
.-, kupkoiUi &nty Bocretlone.... . Bt
. i It For 8eat - Hickneaa, rioetratlon, Vertlf o,
Naaaea. VomlUnir AC
' IT For Urinary Diaeasea, Orarel, Knnal Calculi,
. . . 2uiwui$ or rainrai linnatlon W
toFor Seminal Emission, Inroluntary Pii
- oharna, and Cosaeuuent Proetratlun and De-
bulty7. 100
. . S For Bore) Mouth, or Btomacuce, Cankered
Month of Adolta or Children, CO
t 19 For Urinary Incontinence, Wetting the Bed,
" too freonent, painful, or ecaMIng Urination. 60
- f! For Painful Menses, Preaaare, Cramp or
aena, at ibe Use; or Itching and Irritation ;
Prmitla . 60
53 For Bafierings at Changs of Life: Irresn
larltlea, riualiea of Heat, falpltallona and even
1. bieeaMi if aba Heart ICO
PEICE.
A Camol TirentyIgM Urge TUU la morocco, and
Book of Direction
A Caw of Twenty lar,e tiiu, In morocco, and Book
of Dlreerloua ,
A Caa of Twenty hrgo tiau, plain cose, and Duok
of Wref tlone. .. .......................
A Caet of Fifteen itma (Nos 1 to IS) and bonk ul
Inrecdoaja. ................
- ACaaeef anySlx Boaxs (Not. 1 to IT) and Book of
Mreottooa ,
A lemo eiwe of lot. tialb, for Plcntem and Fuyai-
V V.
600
4 IX
S0
1 00
i.-.o
. t : :. OUS KEMIUiUS ST HAIL OB UU'Kfe8. .
, , . Vaeaod thetSeHdles,by tho atnetabow or full caw.
to any part of toe country, by nail rrr exjiress, free oi
chaf e. on reottat of tho orlce.
! : H.B. The bone If oat to IS are imall alM,Koa.lOto
tl lane ebso, and bi making an a $1 or SI caaa tlila moat
to remembered. .Thevlai aro aaiform In auW and price,
aad ba aendlcg for a rlaJ-caae, no attention b) necraury on
y thla aotnk .
Look over th Bat; make up a cue of what klad you
etwoae, and Indue tb amount In a cm-rent note or atarnni
by anil 0 ear aaarjee. at m uroeowar, new-roric, ana
,. , k medicine will be duly returned by eutU or expreu.
( ..' ., VCTIBI5ABT HOMEOPATFir. ,3 ;
1 - "Humphrey Specifio Homoopathio Reme
tUam for Horses. Cattle. Sheen. Hot. COZS.&0.
'- 1 Tin eaao oootaine tea Bneclfio Uemedlea aultabi for all
' atn Me or ailment to which domeetlo anlmala are anblect,
" toarther with a complete manual of direction for nae, ao
" rhdn and alnple that ercry farmer or breeder caa readily
mm them. The remedl c are pot up la Utts oneoL aiala of
or aiwa, ana tne enuir eea, ana book, wiu oe ooia ai a,
Biagi Tiala, with direction, at f 1 each. Sent by null or
axpreaa, rra of ocarge, on receiui 01 tue price.
Frie of book lngly 60 cent.
AGCTrS WANTED for th aale of our Eeraedlet Is
eery Iowa or "y lit tb United fctatea. Addreje
1 - F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
...... . M9 BR0ADWAT Naw-ron.
Agat In Columboe hie: -
KuiiGBTt At AMCliL,WbolaletD4 BeUll Prng
-t,t,K.nifhetret.
1. 1. BAHCKL At CO., DrngtUta, 65 1. Hlh itreet.
Iiablln, fl. W. Iran. .
fiabanaa, Tbo. Young. k
' 1t.Jou, Cotilenta Ac Hldtnosr.
I.aC.ratt, Juha Bnider.
" Iriaaeast Valley, Dra. MeCun jae.
Jaaerford. Oabrlel Pragh.
Weet Jetoraen, Jaens Park.
Wotthinglfa, be. Toaor at (lobntoa and Wm , Biahop.
J" STOaQ th atrant for one 0 oar Monthly Jonrn
ala, gratia, oontainlng mucb Intereating and Taluabl in'
fnasaUaa, ,- fJr , aug 1-dfcwly eow. .
, t - Baltimore Clothing House.
' uatrrAOTcja ass waoiauu szaLn ia 1
; READY-HADE CLOTHING,
;:-Jto!Z0$ W; Baltimore-street, :
.1 .1 tii t (tnwta irntTt and owaxd,)
..1 ' i 1-1' "- j
BALTimonE, tad.
'. A Wet AawrtmMt of FUet tad FaraUhlflg
' ?: "r CoMfAtiUy tm Ettd1 '( :V- ,
a ,.-OetS0.1ly . -,(.. . ... Jv:.i .1
:,mmm:. glass ;v store
...,., ' 'j09nTJ COWPLJJJII, " V ! .
, IfaaafaotBNf and Dealer, Mo. M Booth Four 81.,
,. .. betweea Market and ebeAoak PbiMelpbia,
TTTBEBl Bm OFFERS AT LOW
T vri.axtnarrTariatrof Iooklnr Olaasea. In
n ejHli, Mahneany and Walnat FmaM, Laiga Fraaoh Plat
J irrora, Plain aad Bioniy vraaaaenias, Uilt and Fancy
" oo4 roitruU and Pictune Frasaa. '. "
isosma glass puna by tbx box,
. Hoed aaekat aa .tB fmmtt BannT, aad lneared
n agauaw itwaiage..
. jonnrA cowpiakd, 1
t ''"'. ' " ' " " 63 Bonth Fonrth Btreet,
J -aan Met, " Philadelphia.
AXBXAIIPR'B YTD OLOTBI. ... . , ,
JOINT LAO! COLLARS. ' ' .
. - va TNOlKNNtB O0LLAM SXMYZg.
( 1 1 JUi"' MCSLIJI . i do v . do i - .
' - . UNKN do . do - ,
10CATS BOBOKB do
FIITs Ami WAITDMBCHTIIB,. CkTLT Bfftrg.
tmfw"T"IIRKII . ' .,.- .. JiAIBNBTB.
Niitl
MCBIAS.
l-'O, bTTTCHEDj de
1 W lACJtCOIFFORBIABARBES, OOR8BT8.
loreaUby, ' , .
dergl. 1-
PXTBB BAIN,
' Wo. 8, Booth High Btreet.
Holidav Presents.
?. TMiAtTF ALfj TTtMUi SB LAINESJ ON
X ly itteenta a Faxrl.-khlraacy Bilk alio cents
r ' :!i : ' vim bain,
. No. 30 South High Street.
lMTr PeMIr. ;
- u ,. rViiili VeLAIN)S,
' A ... WINTaia DeLAESIfl.
' Hem tl:-m in wry cheap at . . BAIN'S
o (. No. 80 Bow 111 High atreet.
'1 v ' Jue kSaMa3), AjUKtjijtN'l'
J ko,.A i-1 uuuad 1 aria tans, the latest novelty. Plain
V- ai A colored Tarlataaei . bit. Parts Mujlinflren
adtn.ATeaUif Kose4 PUlu party Buks.
" - PITER BATJf.
dertl
Mo.SStouthWlgbstreet.
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STATEMENT
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
City Fire Insurance Company,
Of New Haven.
AN l'HE Slat DAY OF DECKMHEW,
I ioaii 1- ii tH,iiinnl Ahtn nuraua.nl to in
lew, UIKUO tu un nuni w r
BUtute of that State, nHtled"An act lo regulate loan-
m 1 4 I l Yot il.a Rial nf Ohio.
laoco UBDtpaniua. uul fuwiiiuHw '
imMfJ April H, )U3.
NAME AND LOCALITION.
The nama of Ihr Company U the "City Fir Inau
rasca Oompany" and U located at Nrw Ilaven Con-Bccticttt.-
l.u
I. CAPITAL.
Tha amount of lti Capital Btook la.. 8. 000
2J.
3d.
' It ASSETS.
4th.
1 Oath of ib Company on nana iv,vov vi
8. CmIi In the bandi of and dua ,
fromArenU S.9 ??
3. Real auta unincumbered .n u i,umi ib
4. Tha Uonat ana iukiu ow
tha Ooaopany aa pal roucb
era accompanying ho aa
cured, and the rata of ln
tereet thereon, to wit:....
KtSIT K'iS-- Value. . 7.700 M
. tlMla 'm wuMnniai ....
lar'Value SMUU, Market VaUo
S. fiebudua tha Company, aacur
ad by morrage, on uulncoin
. - ' bend Baal Kilate, ,a per
n.ra anoomDanjlnc
, 847,703 00
40,308 60
tnt 25
7. Debta for piemluma .
a. All omar wnH t
of Internt, Loana on colli,
. . rents, "-
W,777 34
:iS3,03 11
Total aaaetl of tb Company... 1
111. LIABILITIES.
Jth. Thoantof liabllltKajdu
or not due, to uanaa anu uiu
or oredltore none.
6th. T.oaaeeadjuatedandduo.none. .
7ih. Loiaeaadjuitettano not ouo
Bene .....
8th. Loeee reiiited by th Co.,
f 9.4C0 0U
3,300 00
300 00
Uth. Loawa In auaponia, waiting
. . foil nrthrprooi .,.
10th. All other elaima agalnat
th Oompany
' Total llabllltlee
115.000 00
- IV MISOEULtNBOUB.
11th. The graabMt amount lneared la any
one riak tuually not to exoead 10 COO 00
12lh. The greateat amount allowed by the
rulea to be Inaored In aoy oneclty,
town or Tillage, not limited
13th. The greateat amount allowed to be
lnaured In any one block naaally
nt l .d. ...... SIBWW W
Uth.
The amount of Its capital or earnlnga depoelted
In any oUier SUtta, aa lecurlty for loeaea there
in, naming them, with the amount la eath, and
whether auch oompany tranaaot any bualnet
of iniu ranee lnlaald 8tt or Btatei, none.
Th Charter, 01 act of Incorporation of eald Oom
Uth.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
County of New Haven.
ss.
Wall Sonthworth, Pnaident, and Lerl B. Bradley,
a.r.,w of the Cite Fire Inauiance Company.of Mew liar
yen, Connecticut, being eeTerailyewom, dapoee and aay.
tbat the foregoing la a run. true auu wrra.- wHunu
of the affaire of the laid Company that the aald Insur
ance Company la the bona fl 10 owner of at leaat On
Hundred Tbeuaand Dollar of actual eaeh capital Invoa
ted In Btocka and Bonda, or In Mortgageajon Real Batata,
worth double the amount for which the aame la mort
gaged; that the abore deacrlbed InToatmont. nor any
part thereof, are made for the benefit of aay tadlrldoal
. . . I .... .V.. .-.in.., nt' ..irl Pnn... .
cxerciaing autiionty in u.e uwapni",. w. MN.wwujt.au,
either aaPreeldenk Beoietary, Treaiurer, Director, or
otberwiaei tbat the mortgage abore deeeribed have not
been aaaigned, nor In any manner releaaed or Impaired by
aid Company; and that they are the abore deacrlbed offi
cer! of laid Inaurance Oompany.
WELLS SOUTHWORTH, President.
LEVIER BRADLEY, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, the 21st day of January,
JOHN S. GRAVES,
Justice of the Peace.
OFFICE THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
Columbus, O., January 28, 1861.
I, Bohert W. Tayler, Auditor of SUt, beraby cor
tlfr that ilia foneoins la a correct copy of the auicment
a: Condition of Iba Clt Flra Ineuranco Oompany, .of
Kew Baren, Conaaotienk made to mi mc lor me
year 1861, and bow on tile herein.
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of State.
Certificate of Authority.
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 1862)
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,
Columbus, Ohio, January 28, 1861.
WBDttui, Th CUT FIBX IN8DEANCH COMPA
NY, located at New Daren, la the State of Connecticut.
has filed in thla office a aworn statement of it condition.
as reonlred by the Brat section of Ibe aol To resruia
Ineuranco Uompanle not moorporatea ry tne state i
Ohio," use ted April 1, 1858; and W motaaa, aald company
ha rurnlabea tne unaemgnea musiactoiy eTiaenee taat it
la poimied of at leaat on hundred thoasaad dollar of
actual capital Inreated in nocks, or In bonds, or la mort
gage! of real estate, worth double th amount for which
the eatee is mortgaged; and, Wnnaaa, aaid company baa
ai4 la tbl onto a written instrument anoer lis corpo
ratlre scaL. signed by the President and Secretary there
of, authorising any agent or agent of all company in
thla State, to acknowledge eerrio of process, for and in
behalf of aald company, consenting loot saca aerrtoe or
process shall ba taken and held to be a ralld aa tf erred
upon th oompany, according to the law of thla or any
other State, and wairlogall claim or right of error, I7
reason of aook acknowledgment of serriee. 1
Mow, therefore. In pursuance' of tb first section of
. k ...u.u I II ....A... UT i,IaIam . n A . I n r. W I
for the Btate f Ohio, do hereby certify tbat aald City
Fire Insurance Company of Mew HaTen, Connecticut, ia
authorised to transact the business of Fire Insurance
ia this BUM uutli th thirty-nut day of Janwary,
in th year on thousand sight hundred aad sixty
two.
In Wltneri Whereof, I hare hereunto guUcrtbed say
, name and sou era the eeel of my onto to be
1 affixed the day andyearaboTe written.
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of State.
J. H. WHEELER, Agent,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
N. 1, South UIga Street.
Jn28-dlw ,
Wholesale and ' Retail 1 Depot for
FAMttV GROCERIES
s. ' ' A eaiam-l
No. '106 South .'High Street.
ia, McDOMLD,
. DEALER IN ' .. Y t
TEAS,
FINE i STAPLE GROCERIES,
; IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES. , ' Y
Daily Arrival t .
For, the Fall and Winter , Trade
Of .1860-61.
. f i .
Q7REX CHNINQ SINCERE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for past faror and petros
al, and being DETERMINED toIHERIT
a oonttnnano of Sam by strict gttteatln te
trade, and prompt dellrery ml Geeds,
I would call the notice of thepubllc to the fact tbat
haTlsg .a Largs and well Selected Stock n
sad, and being la'dalty receipt of good front th differ
ent market, I flaltormyaeK thai I can offer to tb cttt
sens of Oolumbaa, oe to any who nay deilr to paivh.
an asMrtmsnt of articles appertaining to the OROCXRY
trade, UNEQUALED by any hoss In th city.
Th prtoe aad qnallty of th good offered, I f ntr
antes to givo satisfaction. .
Goodi Delivered Free of Charge.
I
bot37.
wm. Mcdonald.
CO AIa AJSTD WOOD!
I HI fTJBBCRIBKll WILL 111 LIYBRTOI .
;best.qualiw :
wood, saved: and split,
To aoy part of th city for
83,50 PER CORD,
( "f Aad 4 feet Wood for 1' ' f
82,50 PER CORD.
.Also lb different kind of Cee as low a aay other
sekler, and, sympatMalagwlth tb publis,ni now
: .
ZAUESTILLS OS MTJSmdyH !
'V, : .". COAL FOR 9 CTS., AND.YY"-!
NUT COAL OR DIIiT,
FOR 7 CTS. PER BUSHEL,
v Yard aud office, lit, Bonth Third Btreet, near the Sec
ond Presbyterian Church. . .. .
... r A. BAEIOW, Agent. :
Colnubus, Jan. 81. ' "-.'.! .
M1
INK MCFFBi VICTORINKB sad CUFFS we are
bow eel Una at Tory low Fried, aire ail otner kind
faabionabi fur. - ..,.ts PSTR BANS, .
dMti, , ; - . NO, 9SSthIlglf St.
it ;
COLUMBUS, OHIO. NEW
H Is!'
JUST RECEIVED BY
WM. A. GILL,
No. 30 North High Btxoet,
Oat of tbA Lrget and Btat Miottd AtM t
OF
STIR 0FFKR1D IN THIS OTTTi
House Builders' ' Fuiuishings
OF 1VBBY BTYLB AND QUALITY.
Frencii ct AMeriean
7Vlixc3. o sxr Glass!
PAINTS GROUND IN OIL. ;
sod pat op la half pound cans for family use, and Dry
;' : ' ' ', ;'; "PalnU In balk.
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Aortmcnt of ' , .
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE, MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, tc. '
. GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOfi Afl. ,
fishing Tackle,
rope a cordage,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING-.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
scythes, &o.; .. , : : . f I
. SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cntlery.
1 especially luTite th attention of all Interested fo my
stock of Pocket and Tabl Cutlery, and .
MLYER PLATEDf'OHKRi
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
of K0OBRRB It BttO'S. Mannfactuia, warranted to be
extra heary, Klectro-Plated.on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchants, Mechanic, and other, kre Inrlted
to call and examine my Stock, as I am prepared to sell
Wholesale and Betall. , Wits.. A. GILL.
. ColambtM, Ohio, Mil 8, I860 , ,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
PARKER
SEWING MACHINES.
i : PRICE 840,
AND WARRANTED
Eq
ual to Any Other
For all Family Pnrposee,
Besides bing more simple, durable, Bed easily operated
Call and el
Office, Aneory Eall, ovtr Btla't Stort.
OCtJ-dtf
0. T. FL0WER8, Agent
NEW TREATMENT'.
PriTat and Confidential
MEDICAL ADVICE
- AT CHI"-' -BCPFALO
PRIVATE HOSPITAL,
stabllshed for the cure of SypMUt, Sminai Wealauu,
and th Sert InfirmMe of Youth, and Maturity
ttytptpMa, Gtntral DtbiUty, toner and Agv, Jn
firmiiU q Youth, OldAg, tto.
SO MZRCUMY VESA.
33x. Amos c5 Son,
Corner of Main and Quay Sts., Buffalo If . T.
ARE THE ONLT PIIY8ICIANS IN
tbe Btat who are member of lira Royal College of
Surgeon, London. May be consulted from 8 o'clock Is
the morning anil 8 at night, In mry atage and symptom
of dlseaae. Th treatment they adopt ia the mult of
apward of thirty year cxtenaiT practice In Europe and
America. .
t- A MOST S0HNTIFI0 INVINTIOS.
Aa Instrument for th euro of Nooturnal Bmlaalona
more properly known as Seminal Weakneea, etc. Can ba
Ermanantly enrad from fifteen day to two month by
aa f thla lnitrument, whan uaed eonjolntty with
medicines. ,
YOUna Bin TAKS PARTIOULAR MOTIOI. '
Dr. AMOS I BON take pleasure la announcing that
they bare invented a most important instrument for tb
cure of the abore disease. It has been euhjected to a teat
by the moetemlnent physicians In London, Pari, Phila
delphia and Nw York; It ha keen declared the only aae
ful Ins tram eat over in Ten Led for the sure of Seminal
Weakness, or any diaeaee caused la the secret habit of
youth. Price 1 10 by aaail or expreea.
N. B Sr. AMOS A BON, In order to satisfy tb moat
skeptical ae to the merits of thla Instrument, pledge
them scire that la any instance wber it may pror aa-
itistactory, after a fair trial, tb money will be refunded
by returning the instrument In good order,
COUNTRY INVALIDS. , -
Person in any part of the world aay ba Mneeatf ally
tnaMd by ferwardlng a eomet detail of tblr mm,, with
remittance for maiiotnes, eto. , -
Address Dr. AMOB BON, comer of Main ana quay
Bt. Buffalo N.Y.
aarll-dAwly
OAFONZFZZIII11
;; l' Ot concentrated Lye. .. " ;
WAKHArf fEDTO !nAKE SOAP with
out Ltm, and with very littl troabls. Brery
boHy caa ( , ..,
MAKE THEIR OWN SOAP
oat of any kind of refute Grease, combined with th
BAPONIFIBR. - - "
It will mk hard water soft, will clean type to perfec
tion, and for all porpoee where a STRONG LYB I is
aulred nothing can eanei It.
It is pat op In 1 air-tight boxes," th full directions
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la maoufaetuied by the FBNN A SALT MANDFAOICR
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TiTCfr.vnriTi,,r
UIOUUVJjIU OF ; THE AGE.
. fit. KENNEDY. OF ROXBTJRYt
ItA baa discovered ia on of our common pasture weeds
remedy tbat cure , .:'
; Every Kind of Humor,
- FROM ' '"'
Tht wtnt Boroful down to a common Pimple.
He ha tried It In ever eleven hundred case, and nev
er hilled except In two cases, (both thunder humor.) II
haa now In hi possession over on hundred certi&cataa of
Its value, (11 within twenty miles oi Boston.
Two bottle are warranted, to cure a nunlng tore
month. 1 '
One to three bottles will oure the worst kind of Pimple
on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the lystem of bile
Two bottle ar warranted to car th worst canker In
the mouth or stomach.
Three to firs bottle are warranted to cur th worst
kind of Xryalpelae.
One to two bottles are warranted to core all humor In
the Erea.
Two bottle ara warranted to cur running o th tars
and blotches among the hair.
Four to alx botles ar warranted to cure corrupt and
running ulcer. '
On bottle will oure eealv eruption of the skin.
Two or three bof tie are warranted to cure tbc worst
kind of ringworm. ' -Two
or three bottles are warranted to cure the moat
desperate case of rheumatism. .
Three to four bottles are warranted touraall-Blium.
Fire to eight bottle win oar th worst oaae ot scro
fula. .
A heneflt 1. always exnerlenced from th first bottl,
a perfect cure li warranted when the above quantity la
"' ; 1 . . ROXBUBY, MABB.
' Daaa Madim: The reputation of the Medioal DIs
eovery, In curing all kinds of humor, Is so wall estab
lished bv the unanimous voice of all who have ever need
It, that I need not say anything on th euMect, aa the
moat skillful physician and the most careful Druggists in
the oountry are unanimous in its praise.
. In presenting tb Medical Discovery to your notloe, I
do It with a full knowledge of its curative power, in re
lieving all, and curing most of those dlseaae to which
yon are unfortunately ao liable. Tbat moat excruciating
dlieaie to an affeotlonatamoUier, . - -
' NURSING SORE MOUTH, ;
Ia cured a if by A miracle; your own temper la restored
to-He natural sweetness, and your lb from abort and
fretful nape to calm and eweet slumber; and tbe Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household.
In the more advanced stages of
CANKER '
Itextends to the stomach .causing
DYSPEPSIA,
which h nothing bnt canker on the stomach; then to the
Intestines and
KIDNEYS,
ortfcttnga sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evei
to tbe carea of your family. . ,
Your stomach is
RAW AND INFLAMED,
mr fond dlatreaaea vet. and von can only take oertaln
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half
the nourishment it oontaina, a the aorimonou fluid of
th canker eat It up; then your complexion loses Its
bloom and beoomee sallow and greenish, and your best
day Is gone. For want of nourishment your system be
oomee loose and flabby, and tbe fibree of your body be
some relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which tbe
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to . ,,.
... cure; .. Y "
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the side, weakness o
the spine and email of tb back, pain of tbe hip Joint
when you retire, Irregularity of tbe bowels, aad also,
that most excruciating of disease, tb
PILES.
How many thousand of poor women are rofferlsg fro
this disease and Dining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbordoea not know the cense. I wish t
Imoreas on your mind that good old proverb, 11 An ouno
of prevention is better than a pound of cure," In the
MEDICAL DISCOVERY
you have both the preventative and th ears, with this
great and good quality, that It wilt nvr, under ny
eucumauacea, do you any injury. .'
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
la MDeclaty Intended for diseases of the blood, bnt since
Its Introduction in the Western Btates, it la found to be
the belt
AGUE REMEDY
that was ever before tbe public
No change of diet ever necessary eat tbe best yon can
and get enough of it.
Dutacnoxs roa ess Adult on table spoonful per
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight year), tea spoonful. As ao directions
can be applicable to all cosaitutlons, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
. Yours truly.
D0NNALD KENNEDY.
Price 1 1.00 per bottle. For y every druggist in
the United States. sepiil-dtwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
IIAIfi INVl'GQRATOR,
An Effective, . Safe and Economical
Compound, . . ". , !
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing the
liair from turning gray. .
FOR FREVENTING BALDNESS, '
And curing It, when there I the leaat particle of vitality
or recuperativ energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cutaneous affections of the Soils .
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It in nneqajed aloes and brilliancy, making
it soft and ailky in it texture, and causing it to curl
readily. ' -
The great celebrity and Increasing demand for thla nn-
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary lo aatury a discerning puuic or it
superiorqualitieeoverany other preparation in use. It
eieansea the head and aoalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly,
giving tt a rich, (oft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair ia looseningand thinning, it will give
strength and vigor to th root and restore th growth to
nose part wmcn nav become mm, causing it to yield a
resb covering of hair. ' ,
There are hundreds of ladle and gentlemen In New
York who have had their hair restored by the use of this
iBVtgorator, when all other preparations have failed. L.
at. nas in nia pasaassion reitere innumoraoie teaiirying
to th above faota, from persons of the highest red sec la
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
antll to latest period of life: ana in esses wmre tne nair
he already changed Its color, tb as of th Inrlgorator
will with certainty restore tt to It lo it anginal hue, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. Ae a perfum for tbe
toilet and Hair Reatoratlve It le particularly recom
mended, having an asrbl fimgtaac) and the great fa-
eilitieo It affords la dreeeing the hair, which, when moist
with the Invigorator, can be dressed In any required
form so as to preserve It place, whether plalnor In eurls;
hence tb gnat demand for It by th ladle as s standard
toilet article whten none ougnt to be witnout, in price
places it wiuun tns rsacn or ail, osing -
Only Twenty-Five Cents.
per bottle, to be had t all retpectable Druggist and
i ' renumer. ., s. ..
L. MILLER would call the attention of Parent and
Guardian to the use of his Invigorator, In 'case where
tb children's hair Incline to ba weak. The nae of It
lays th foundation for good head of hair, aa it re
moves any impnritle that may have become connected
with the scalp, tbe removal of wblch ia necessarr both
for the health of the child, and tbe future ppearaeo of
uair.,., ' ,. .
Cautio. None genuln without the fao-simlle LOUIS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; alao, L. MIL
LEbVB HAIR INYIGORATOR, N. Y., blown la the
aa. i s-.v . , -. . t
WholMal Depot, 16 Dey itreet, and sold by all th
principal alercbaota and Druggists threugbout tb world
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity. ' '
I also desire to present te the American Publlo my j
KXW 'AID MPBOTZB i XHITAXTAlfEOTJB
LIQUID HAIR DYE.
which, after year of ecteatifio experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dyee Black or Brown instantly
wllhoutlnjury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the best
artici oi tne una in exiMincs.
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Depot, ' 6G .Dey . St., New York.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Tna AmxOAKiTiox or LatrauAoa. Ther Is s grow.
Ing tendency in this age te appropriate tha moat expres
sly words ot other Ian luaiea, and after a while to in
corporate them into our own! tbu the word Cephalic,
which is from the Greek, signifying "for the head," is
now becoming popularised In connection with Mr. Bpald
Ing's great headache remedv. but It will loon be need In
more general way, and the word Cephalic will become
ss common r '.rcirotype asa many otners wnoas dis
tinction aa foreign rrorda haa been worn away by common
usage, until tney aeim --native and to tbe manor born
'ardly Bullied.
Tfl A 'n nrrlbla 'eailachs this hafternoon. hand
'eadacht this hafternoon,
. -i i . . . i. - v. t..,n.n'. h.nA HnhllAlli.M
"Can you hease me of an 'eadachet "Doe It bach
ard?" aay '. "Hexoeedlngly," say hi, hand upon
tbat gave me a Cephalic Pill, band poa me 'onor it
eured me so quick that I 'ardly. reallied I "ad 'ad an "ead-
ache.
TT? nunaonx la the favorite sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever from the natural
state of the brain, and, viewed in mis ngnt, may ne
looked on as t safeauard Intended to give notice of dls-
ssss !sich Bight otherwise escape attention till too
late to be remedied; and It Indications tbould never
be neglected. Beadachee may be classified under two
names, Tie: Symptomatic and Idiopathic Symptomatic
Headache la exceedingly common, and la tbe precursor
of a great variety of diseases, among which are Apo
plexy, Gout, Ilheumetlim, and all febrile diseaiea. In
Its nervous form It ia sympathetic of disease ot the
stomach, constituting tick headache, of hepntto disease
cunstiwUiig W.'oi iMulach, of worms, constipation,
end other disorders of tbe bowels, as well aa renal and
uterlce affections. Diseases of the heart are very fre
quently attended With headaches; anaemia and plethora
ara also affectiona wblch frequently occasion headache.
Idlnpathlo headache is also very comtnon. being usually
distinguished by the name of nervov headache aome
timea coming on auddenly In a atate of apparently aonnd
health, and prostrating at onoe tbe menial and physical
energies, and In other Instances It conies on slowly, her
aided by depression of spirit or acerbity of temper. In
most Instances tbe pain is In the front of the head, over
one or both eyes, and sometimes provoaing vomiting
nnrin ih li ela mu also be named Xturalaia.
For the treatment of either olaaa ot headache the Ce
phalic Pills hare been found a sure and safe remedy, re
lieving the moat acute pains In a few minutes, and, by
lie aubtie power, eradicating tue Qiaeaees oi wuicn nvau'
ache ia tue unerring maex i '
JSridort . Missus wants you to lend her a box of Ce
Bhalleulue: no. a bottle of Prepared Pills but I'm
thinking that's not just it neither; but perhaps y.'ll bo
either knowing what it ia. Ye see she's nigh dead and
gon with the Bick Headache, and want acme more of
mat same aireiairea.ieroeiore. -Drugqltt
You must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
ridiiet. Octi I sure now and jou've sed it. Here'i
thequsrther, and give the Pills, and don't te all day
about it, either.
Constipation or CottivenoM.
No one of the "many Ills that Beah Is hair to" It so
prevalent, eo little understood, and ao much neglected as
Ooativtneaa, often originating In carelessness, or seden
tary habits. It is regardadaa a alight disorder, or to
littl consequence to excite anxiety, while In reality It
la the precursor and companion of many oi tne moat ra
tal and danaereue diseases, and unless early eradicated,
It will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among
the lighter evils of wbich Coillveneis is the usual atten
dant are Headach. Colic Rheumatism, Foul Breath,
Piles, and others of like natnre, while a long train of
frightful diseases, auch a Malignant revere, Aoreesea,
Drsentenr. Diarrhoea. Dyspeysia, Apoplexy, Kpllepey,
Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypochondriasis, Melancholy, and
Insanity, first Indicate their presenoe in tbe system by
thialsrmlng symptom. Mot unlrequently the diseases
named originate in constipation, nut late on an inae
pendent existence unless tbe cause la eradicated In an
early stage. From all these considerations, it follows
that the disorder should receive Immediate attention
whenever it occurs, and no person should neglect to get
box of Cephalic Pills on the first appearance of the com
plaint, as their timely use will expel the Inaidiou ap
proaches of dlseaae, and dctroy this dangerous foe to
Human lire. -
' ' A BoI Blenirg.
. . , ...
Physician. Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache?
Mr. Jone.Qont Doctor, all gonel tbe pill you
lent cared m in Just twenty minutes, and I wish you
would send nt more, eo that I can have them bandy.
Phvioian. You can get them at aoy Druggists. Call
for Cephalic Pills. I find they never full, and I reconv
mend them in all eaaea of Headache.
Mr. Jone.l shall send for a box directly, and shall
tell all my aufferlng friends, for tbey are a real but.
ing.
. . . .Y J
Twnrrv MiLitoMor Dollars Bavin. Mr. Ppaldlng
ba sold two millions of bottles or nis ceieoratea prepar
ed Olue, and it Is estimated that etch bottle uvea at
leaat ten doltara' worth of broken furniture, tbu making
ao aggregate of twenty million of dollars reclaiming
from total loas by this valuable Invention. Having made
bis Glue bousebold word, b now propose to do tbe
world still greater service by curing all the aching heads
with his Cephallo Pills, and If Ihey aio as good a hit
Glue, Uescacbrs will soon vanish away like snow lb July.
TTTOvxr uciTuinrT, and the mental cue and anxle
tr Incident to doe. attention to baaineis or atudy, are
among tbe numeroue cauies of Nervous Headache. The
disordered atate of mind and body Incident to this dis
tress n complaint. Is a fatal blow to all energy and am
bition. Sufferers bv this disorder can alwaya obtain
speedy relief from these distressing attacks by using one
of tbe Cephalic Pills whenever the symptom appear. It
quiets the overtasked brain, and aootbea the atrained and
jarring nerves, and relaxes the tension of tbe etomach
wnicn always accompanies ana aggravates tne aisoraerea
condition or tne brain.
. Fact woatb iitowms. 8pnlillngs Cephalic Pills are
certain care for rick Headache, Bilious ueadacbe,
Nrv(us Headache, Costlveness, and General Debility
Griat Ducnvntv Among th most important of all
the treat medical discoveries of tbl act) may be consid
ered the system of vaccination for protection from Small
Pox, the Cephalle Pill for relief of Headache, and tbe
use of Quinine for the prevention of Fevera, either of
which Is a sure specific whose benefits will be experienc
by suffering humanity long after their discoverers are
forgotten., , . ... 4 , .... :
in Did 7on ever have the Sick Headache! Db you
remember the throbbing temples, the fevered brow, the
loathing end disgust at the eight of focdY How totally
unlit you were for pleasure, conversation, or atudyf
of th Cephalic Pills would have relieved yon from
tb suffering which you then experienced. For this
and other purposes yea should always have a box of
them on hand to use at occasion requires -
CURE
V,-
KervousHeadaclio
CURE
By the use of the Pills th perlodie gtlackd of Jftr-
vou or Sick BeadacKt maybe prevented; and If token
the commencement of in attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained. ' . ( tf : t
They eeldom fall Is removing tbe Xauttn md Bead
ach to which females ara so snblect. ' !
They let gently upon the bowels removing' Ooitlv-
nett. .' mi...
For IMtratm Men, Student, ; Delicate female.
all persons of KJeTtforp' habit, tbey ar valuable
a Laxative, improvins; tb appetite, giving ton and
fngor to lb dlgeetlv ergani, and restoring th natural
elasticity and strength of the wboUgystcm. ,', . ' ;
THE 0XPHALI0 PILLS ir th Nnrit of long lnvea-
tlgatlon and carefully eondueted vperlment, having
been In nee many years, during which Urn they have
prwrented and relieved a vast amount of pain aad raffr
log from Headach, whether Originating in the nervov
yalem or from a deranged stale of th fomaa. , , ; i
They ar entirely Vegetable In their ooatposltloa, and
ay be taken at all time With perfect safety without
making any Chang of diet," and th aieenot cf mnu
disagreeable tatte render it eaty to tdminUUr tfterh to
children. , . ,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
genuine have fiveilguatonsot Henry 0. Bpildlng
Bold byTMifrjUIMBd all other Dealers Ia Medicine.
A Box will b scatty mkiljireltald, on 'receipt of the
Priooj tJO Ooxxtrm. i
All orders should b addMand to ' ' ' . 1
ItENllY C. UPALDHVO, '
wwri , , vvusr rew new(via.
J
MISCELLANEOUS. 1860-61. 1860-61.
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
RAILROAD
. .. Connecting it Crestlln with the .,
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago
' ; RAILROAD
For Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore;
A lso for Fort Wayne and Chicago .
, ' Connecting at Cleveland with the
Tub. . Ck... Tt. ii - 1 i
ma.v 0U.VIO n,UlllQU.U.
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Boston end
NeirYork.
I tnJ"?r9 DAILY (exoeot Sunday)
A from Coiumbue.iinoonneollon with Train on tbe
Little Miami & Columbus A Xen! Ra!!r4h
' : FIRST TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRESS-Lcavee Columbus at 335 a. m
Will leave passenger at all station,, south of Gallion
stop at Delaware. Ashley, Canllugton, Oilcad and at all
statlopa North of Gallion, arriving at Cleveland at D ill
a. m.,Dunkiak4:20p. m., Buffalo 6:05 p.m.. New York
12:05 p. m., Boston 4 3J p. m., Plltsbuith via Crest
line 3:40 a. m., Philadelphia 7:00 v n,.Ohlrap via
Grafton ll:UV p. in. Alio connecting at Shelby Tor all
points on the Sandusky, Mansfield A Neward Railroad.
. BEC0ND TRAIN. , T -
MAIL AND SXPItESfl-Leaves Columbus at 3:00 p.
m., will stop at all stations south of Shelly, and at Sal
em, New London, Wellington, Grafton and Bene, arriv
ing at Cleveland 8:50 p. m.. Dunkirk 3:00 1, m., Buffalo
4:K5 a. as., New York 10:1)0 p. m., Boaton 120 a. m
Pitttbutgh via Crestline :30 a. m., Philadelphia 5 00 p.
m., Chicago via Grafton at 10:30 a. m. Also conneotaat
Shelby for all poinU on Sandusky, Mansfield tt Newark
Railroad, t .
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
night Trains to Chicago, New York
and Boston. : . ,
O Baggage Chicked Through to New York
and Botton v& Cleveland, alto to Philadelphia,
New York via Crettline.
RETURNING.
Nliht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:30 a. m.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1:40 p. m.
" ' Fareag Low as by any othor Route.
Ask for ticket via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT, '
Super't, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
J0"" Columbus, Ohio.
r.jA wlip""'"mj
CENTRAL OHIO R. R.
BETWEEN
COLUMBUS AND WHEELING.
This is Ibe Only Route offering a '
Tliroufrtt Ticket Sc Baggage Chech to
. . . WASHINGTON CITY; .
And th only Riiutt giving to th Paeimger th
privilege of vititing th (Atle of
llaltlmoro, Philadelphia oV New York,
At the cost of a Ticket to JVsu York only by other Lines.
TWO TRAINS LEAVE C0LUKr.U8 DAILY
i Sdndatb Excipteo.
EXPRESS AT 3:00 a. m., stopping atall Station
upon signal being given, arriving at Bellaire at 0:50 a.
m., connecting immediately with trains on
The Balllutore dr. Olilo Railroad
For Baltimore, Washington City and th South, and Phi
adelphla, Mew York, Boston, and the last, Also with
train on the
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL,
Via Wheeling A Pittsburgh R It., for Pittsburgh, Har
rlsburgh, Philadelphia, Mew York, Boaton and the East.
Thla train also connects at Newark with i. M. A N. R.
R., and at Zauesville with 0. V A Z. R. B. forLancat
Jer, Ae.
MAIL AT 2:40 p. m., stopping at all Stations upon sig
nal being given, arriving at Biluir at 9:40 p. m., enn
nesting immediately with trains on . :
The Baltimore at Ohio Railroad
For Baltimore, Washington City and the South, and Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, aid th Beat. Also with
train on th -
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL, .
ri Wheeling and Pittsburgh Hi R., for Pittaburah, Bar
risburgh, Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and the East.
Thla train also connects at Zanesvile with 0. W. Z.
R. R., for Lancaster, a.
TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
. FROM ALL, WE3TERN POINTS, : ;
CAN DirgftD vtoh '
Qaick Time and Sure Connections:
Anns Tm Bans Auowssrot Meal. '
SLEEPING CARS on ALL NIGHT TRAINS
Ask for Tickets via Columbus and Wheeling.
For further Itfforujtion and Through Ticket, apply
to M . L. DOHKRTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot.
H.J. JKWETT, President, Zaneavlll. '
JOHN W. BROWN,
novSO -' Gontral Ticket Agent, Columbus.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TEHMINATEn AT ' WASHINGTON
and Baltimore on the East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkersburg on the M eet, at which place it nnltoa
with Railroads, Bteamers, Ac, for and from all points
In the
Wett, Sovith-weit and North-west
' THEEE TEAIN3 DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This I the only route to Washington City. '
' Passengers by this route caa visit Baltimore, Phlh
dclpbla,Naw Yoik and Boston, at tbe cost of a ticket to
Boiton alone by other lines.
: Through tickets to the Eastern cities can be procured
via Washington City at an additional charge of two dol
lars. ........
BtmiHO Oaas Attach r to all Niorrr Twain.
' 7tnta fftiiol and far at lot a via any other
route '
Inquire for ticset via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any of the principal Railroad offices In the West,
J. H SULLIVAN, Gen'l Western Agent,
Bxllsirx, Ohio.'
L. M, COLE, General Ticket Agent, .
-' W P. SMITH, Master Transportation,
OOtM-tf. . llALTUlWRS, Md,
WHO SHOULD USE
J. BOVEE DODS'
DR.
IMPERIAL WINE ; BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Lunge should use them.
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia or Piles should as them. 'i
All wno suuer irom uenerat or stervous ieoiuiy,
Bestleaaness at night, Want of Bleep, Ao., should use
then. . . . - - -. i
All persons who ar convalescent after fever or other
sickness should use tbem.
Ministers of th Gospel, Lawyer, Lecturers, and al
public speakers should use them. .
Book Keepers, and all persons leading sedentary llf
should us tbem. , - j. .,- ".; ,
The aged and ronrm should um than.
All who require a stimulant or tonio should use fhem.
All wb ara addicted to th uso of ardent epirlt asd
Wish to inform, should us them. -
They are mad ot a pur Sherry Wine, and of Ui sa
tire nlanta and herb of th country, and should be re
commended by temperance societies, clergymen, physl
elan, and aU friend ot humanity. ' -
They art prepared by an experienced hd skillful phy.
Slcian, and, aald from their medicinal propertlea, ;ar a
moat delightful beverage; and yet, a a medicine, are a
Innocentandbarmleasaathe. dews of heaven.
Bold by druggists generally, v - ni i
CHARLES WIDSIFIELO CO., Proprletori,
18 William St., New York.
E0BERTS & SAMUEL, Agents,
... Colwml)ii,fBiia ,
cOBdkwly. . ., , . - . . ,
:,.! COLBlflBrs, OHIO) r :," o'
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store, '
GENERAL -HARDWARE,
' ' NAILS, GLASS, BASH, PUTTY. CORDAGE,'
Onns'. piaioie Wood Willow "Ware,
Lentharand Bubbef Belting, Lac Leather, Hose and
PaoklneV ' - - ejn ay
c '" " JOBS H WHEELED, . ' . .
A CENT roRII01TIE,CONTINENTAL,
v.iTTis. BstoaiTV, and Iavms Fnta Iwa. in.
Nxw Yo MaaoHAirre' and City In or Uato
Haw Yoaa Lira and Con. Motoal Lira.
Olflee, St HIS St. SaTaKW Bl
,v ' nv t-a;"' ; ':.,"i.

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