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UABDWAnE STORE
WM. A. G-ILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
Out of the Large it ana Beit Selected Assert
Of
BVBR OFFERED IN THIS C1TYI
Hense Builders' Furnishings
Of BVERY BTYLB AND QUALITY.
reach & American
Window GrlS3 !
FAINTS GROUND IS OIL,
aad pat up la half pound cam (or family me, and Dry
Paint In talk.
Brushes of every variety & quality.
; A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, &c.
GUNS, PISTCLS, SHOT, ic.
FISHING TACKLE.
ROrL it CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, oto.,
SCALES, CELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 (specially invite the attention of all Interested to my
itock of Pocket aod Table Cutlery, and
KII,VEK F1.ATCD I 0HRS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoen3,
Butter Knives, fcc.,
of ROGERRa t BRO'B. Manufacture, warranted to be
x tribe try, Electro Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchant!, Mechanics, and other, are Invited
to call and examine my Stock, u I am prepared to fr.U
Wholesale and Retail. U M . A . li I L L..
Co)umbue, Ohio, May 8, 1SC0.
Wholesale and Ketail Depot for
FAMILY CaOCEMES,
No. 106 South High street
wm. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL ti:eir varieties.
nail Arrival of Good
For the Fall and Winter Trade
Of .1860-G1.
TXJuli'!MNlxosl.'kCEK:TIAKs
TO THK Pl'BtilO for past favr.ra and pjtron-
aee, and being n-.ii'aaai iu i .-
, continence of nme by alrict nttcntlou le
trade, and prompt delivery cf ooiU,
Iwoold eall the notice of the public to tho fact that
having Laige and well Selected Stock on
hand, and being in'daily receipt of goods from the differ
ent marketa, I flatter myaelf tint I tan offer to the dtl
teniof Colnmbm, or to ay who may daire to purclaae.
an aaeortment of arttclet .pperUlning to the OROCEilY
bade, CNEtlUALKU by anyhiuse In the city.
The price and quality of the goodi offered, iRunr.
ante to Rive atlvfaction.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
WM. McDOSALD.
Baltimore Clothing House,
Murnracrrami aim wnoustJi ntiitxa
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W. Baltimore-street,
(irrwmii unTT am eowaIid,)
BALTinURE) IMd.
A Lug Aiiortment ol Plcta and FnrntthlDg
eoodi Conitantly on Hand
OetBMly
William i.- Olll
COLCITIBCS, OHIO)
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
Anrl Seed Store,
EKaXIK IK
GENERAL HARDWARE,
HAttS, GLASS, BASH, PTTTY, CORD AG I,
Ma( pinole, Woea SWIHow Ware,
lather and Cobber BelUsf, lace Leather, Ho is4
Paekli. '
8. DOYLE & GO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Corner of High and Gay 8:a.,
No. DO,
ror.rrnuus OHIO.
UA larjr Stock of floe and Staple floodi on hand."
y31-dtl
SUNDRIES.
TACIOCU,
Arrow Root,
tlcotch Oat Jleil
P
ARINAt
Dago
Rice flour
Pearl Barley
CrackedYVbeat
split Peal
Luoooiuto
Coco
Rroma, eto.
Soda
P ranee
Preth Tom atom
Ore an Tartar,
tlge
geedlew Daiilnt
Peacnea
Green Corn
Freth Caon'd finite at every deecrlpllen;
Jellies of all ktndi;
flavoring Xxtnurta of all klr le.
, Gam Drops; Mixed Candies;
Almonds. Filberts, Peoon Nuts,
Knelish Walnuts, Braxll Kuti.etc,
BC47 wm Mcdonald.
E- TiTCOLUSTER,
-Varnoleaala and Ue tall Dealer la
. . . m.Wttit d rtm s Tin
TOUACtU, MVJtr .uuAiis
No. S3 Fifth, Btreet.
PJT 'SBUUdjI, Pa,
Importod Olstvro-
Oct. nd ' I
laces and Embroideries,
VALKNCIEWFS.inSLTFRrdtrOINT
Lace Collars and Betts. rneh, Puiheraad lhread
Lao Yells (new patterns.) Valenclenes, Tlirrad and
Point Laces, irebroldered Collars, Setts, Tflmmtnire and
Bklrte. Laos Barnes and Coiffures. Plain Linen Collars,
Setts and Cutis, Kmbroldered Ooltars and Cuffs In Fetts.
UAIN tk pOi1,
UhX No. 29, BoaUi Utgh Btreet.
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
,.,.,.., .a, u. e'j
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with Ihe PITTSBURGH, IT.
WAYNE fc CfllOAQO RAILROAD
for riUiburgh, fkUadJpMa and Mainmort. Mto
for Fort W.tyne and Chioigo.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE 8H0RK RAIL
ROAD
For Diinttirk, Itnr'nlo, Albany, Boi-
loss, Hiiu nw luiit,
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEFT SUNDAY,
From Columbui, In omnectlon with Tralnion the
LITTLE" in I Hit AN COI.IJMUUS
AM II IILHUAUS,
FIRST TRAIN.
NTfiriT eyptiE .-Lnres Columbus at 3.40 A. M
will leave passmiiers at all stations south of Oall n,
stop at leiaare. Aihlry. Cardinvt m anil Oil' d. and
at all stations nnrlli uf rtvlon. arriving at Olevelend
at(M3A. M., Dunkirk 3::'5 I'. M Buflalo 5851'. M.
Ailauiy 5:i ..!.. New or II :3" A. ai.. owu
d ti vi. f,H.ii,., a-jo P. M . Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chlraiovi. Ureal Hue at 8-i0 P. M.
PKl OND TRAIN.
NEW YORK EXItm. Lmn Columb'ie at 11:10
m. Will atnn at Lewis reiitre. Delaware, uarumirwn,
Oallm Crejtliuc, clielbi, New l,o Hon, Wellington and
OfHfion, arrive at Cltvc'Hnd at 2:35 p. m.i Dunkirk,
n Wl p. m., HulTalo, liitvjp m ; Aimny, r.u. m ,
n.-v.i. Ban,,, u,.: it s..n.s:40p. ..: Pittsburgh,
.,. rntlliiv. 6:20 ii. ci.: rii-lailelphla. 10 a. m . Oon-
nentaat helbv fur nil iioiiiH on Bauiiu.-ty, aiaasuim
Kewtrfc R. nurtb. of i-liulby.
THIltU TRAIN.
mti a vn Arrmi von aTtuN Leaves Columbui
at3i0p m. Will it.? Mali stathns South of S'lelhy,
anil at Near London. Rochester, rtellinston, Grafton,
and Derea; arrive at :ieel.m ai w:iu p ra.i a.uuii,
'.'50 a. in.: Buua', 4:?0.. m.: Albmy, 3 3U p. m.i New
York. 0:?fln m.i liuhivn. ll:lp m.: Pl;tsbiirgh,efa
n.,i;..i, u, o-iOo. m.i Pbil.i.lL'L.hi-i. S:15 P. m., Con-
.,, mi.. i. r..r (.it m.ii.ti riti :iullusl:v. Maniueld a(
Newark Railroad.
Patent Sloepinj Can aro raa cn all
Nijjrit Trains to CCicago, now
York and Boston.
luTjaa Circled Through Xoo Yirk and Bothn
.Veto lWttla Crebt tm.
RETURNING.
Nlfht ExrrtM arrives i.t Columbus at. .. 11:15 P. J.
Cincinnati kx,ros3 " " " 'H'i o M
Aocommodatluu. ' 8:10 P. M.
Faro n Low ns by any other Koute.
Ak far Tick ti via Crutlincor Cleveland.
2. f. FLINT,
r urcrir.tcn-.lcut, Cleveland, Ohio.
J AAlEi PAITr.R?0S, Ajrent,
Columbui, Ohio,
Columlui, April 13, 1?31.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Co'umbus & 'Wheciing,
CONNECTING TIA
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
WITH THE
BALTIMORE & OHIO JL Re,
AND VIA
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
wiruTita
Peansylvaain Central R- R.,
ron
Buoton, New Yoik, rbilidJiihla, Biltluioro,
WacVmgton City, PitUburgh, aud
nil Btstoro Citicei.
NO. 1 i:?ltE;s
Leaves CuluraVn, at3"0 a. II.; it ps at all stations eait
of earl: when lifrni'led. Arriv-a at Newark at e.30 A.
i .n..t ,i! at i, tin A. M.. Iljlhire at W M A. &!
connect nir with li e ilaltimore t Ohio U. K., and via
Pitltbur;h with I'tinn-ylvanu It. It, lor Bit Ciwern cihoj.
NO. 2 EXmES3
Leaves Columtui at 11:13 A. M.; stops at all stations
when signalled. Arrive! at Kearn at is.so A. ai.,
Zuirsviileat 8:04 r. M ; Bellaire at B:10 V. M., eon-;c.i:-
Viih i., iiuit'inmie t uh.o U. 11. for all eaitern
cUe'fc" " " ' '
NO. 41 rXPRESS
Leaves Colurolius at 3: 10 P. M.J st". it all itationswhen
siirnalled. Arrive, at -M-wjrit i . r. .aiir.iui
ati.10 l'. ?J.. r. lljire at MS I. M.. cinnecing via
Pittsljurh wilh the i'ennjj lvji.u it. J. lor an eaitern
cities.
Thii Rtute eff.-ra Ihj ADVAVTAOn rf a Thmufh
t:.Ti,.; ...i it,-. Check to WASIUSOrON CITY,
awl also Rivcs'iiie Pas ten per tho privilege of viitiiif
UAL VIMOKIc, rillij.M.r.ljri!iaa'u i''im
,s. r..t nr Ncw-Ynrk ticket alone: or the privilege of
visiting ail of the principal t-BAUOARU CITIES at the
coat ol a B')STUN Ticket alone, via oilier Routes.
Through Ticket, to n kwiuhiv can w yiwuitu ,i.
WASUISGT0S CITY, at an additunal expente ol 8.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
As on other Kout-.s.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
AeK I0R TICKETS VIA
Columbii anil Hcllniro or Wheeling.
jso. w. itrtowx,
pr, 3 Gta. 'HckU Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
CHEAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TEH in I NAT tin AT WASHINGTON
n,l Rliiinoroon the Ea.it. and W heeling, Benwood
and Parkcrshiirprn the West.at whiehplicei It unites
with Railruails. ateaiucrs, fcc, mr anu irom an puiuu
in the
West, Sontli-ct and NortU-'rtett
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This Is the only route to Washington City.
Paasenpersby this route can visit Baltimore, Phila
delphia. New Voik r.n tir.Uin. at the cost of a ticket to
Boston alone hy other lines.
'i'broniih tickets to the Eastern e.ties can be procured
via WuhioKton oily at an additional charge of twodol-
'" ,
u.aA iTttrnis to am. NianT TaaiKS.
Timtat quirt and art at hit at via any other
"inquire for tlcaets vlaRs-ttimore and Ohio Rtllroad at
any of the principal tiailrail ottices in Hie West,
.1.11 BL'I.MVAS(,Uen'l Western Agent,
liutniRs, Ohio.
L. K. COf.K, flenenl Ticket Ajrent,
w. v. k !i vii. Afjiater Transnortation.
.tofi-if. llALTiHoai, Ud,
IMPORTED GOODS.
Jrrr nt;iivr.i
20 caies Italian oil, llartiin & Co., for table use.
Vn.r.rh Unrtard. favorite hrandsi
ft
4
Boned Bardines thu IlKBT Sardiaei lmp'td
of Capers and Olives.
Table fauces "Lea Perrln's Worcester
shire." ''oyer's guliana," "John Hull,'1
"Harvey," "lleailiiig."
Walnut mid Tomato Calsun
10
15 do. Crrsa It BiarkwaU's celehrite.l Rngllsb
Pickiea, consisting or "uauiiuower,' "i-i-
ealili." Chow-Uhow." "Walnut," 'On
km," "Caliia-e,"' "Ueaas," ''Gh-rk's"
M x riekles.
50 ' London Porter
lUO " CRnipbeH's celebrated Scotch Ale.
(I cssev Ginger l'rcrerves.
SUboxssltailin Macaroni ond Vermacilla.
8 grons Cox's (lelatir.e.
Coleman's celurnteil English MuiUrd, in kegl, boxes
cans and bottles.
no,i7 ww. Mcdonald.
ii-jo'UXi.-A.ia'orj.
JOCT H WEEKIX2,
i tif.NT FOtt i:OMK, CONTINENTAL.
i. MaHHATTSX, t'C I KIT, SI (I IKVINO SIRS 1SS. HO.
Nxr Yohk; MaRciiaaTu' and City Kiaa or UiRTrcaa
iitw VciaaLirsand Ciian. Mutual Lira.
Offices 81 Ifljrh t KaTOKclai 111
eb7-dl
Alexandre's Kid Gloves. :
Tst.AI-V AND EiUBKOIBEIIBP. BIOUB
L Ql'KTAIHlfi and reaulKr ihape B'nck Kid Gloves,
erabroilf red in wliite. mnirenta. purple. Ate. Undressed
Kid Gloves. Misses Rid Gloves. A complete assortment
of Iheie eelctirilcd (llovei always lor sale by
UAIN at SON,
fcUOQ No. 29 South High street,
Canton Mattinga..
f,4s 0-4 Vt'htie and lied and
4- While Cheeked i.f in; eiluronilliy. For sale by
.. BAIN BUS.
ahS3 fco.liil South Hlih St.
Co-Partnership. ,
II WE Till! P AY ADMITTED Mir
imM ADilKRBAlS as partner In my bust-
I
n,n nhiohwill hcreafier he conducted nndertiie firm
rtitaifcBM. r. bait. 0B,n u& l
OHIO STATE3LIAN
SIIIF1 II
HOUBB,
Nos. 36, 38 & 40. North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES i
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
NEW BUILDING,
1 HAVE i
Greatly 33nl?ucffo3
JBX
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH H AVIS BJSJSJM
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
WITH
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
I ROM TUB CELEBBATED I0CKDBY Of
C. T. WHITE & CO., NEW YORK,
THTJ8 MAKING IT Tni
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I am now prepared to Extents aU Orders for
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING,-.-WITH
DISPATCH!
And In ths Most Approved Style of the Art.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAH) TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
rniNT i in o-.
Blllsj of Lading, Circular,
Ulll lleada, Blanks), Deeds,
Certificates, Uecelpts,
l)raf Ticltcts, Mesrlsters,
HOW CARDS & BILLS LN COLORS,
CHECKS, NOTES,
CABDS, ENVELOPES,
HEADINGS, C05TBACTB,
Illnstrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Show Ellis, Hand Bills, Labels, Concert Fro
grammes, School and College Schemes, Ho
tel BilU of Ears, Invitations, as,
Boon Worls.
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and Colloge Catalogues,
MisceUaneons Pamphlets,
Constitutions, Beports, Briefs, as
Printing in Gold and Colon
POSTE "R. S
Printed in Ever Color on a
Mammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Press of ths kind In Central Ohio.
My facilities for doing any and all of the above descrip
tions of work, are now unsurpassed, and satisfaction will
be guaranteed In all cases.
TrT-AU work furnished promptly by the Urns promised.
RICHARD NatVINS.
TiECOinfWDID BT TUB LAT1
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
or lownow, awo
DR. VALENTINE MOTT
or ttiw TORS,
The acknorwladgad Heads of the Frcdeseloa la ettasi
Hemisphere.'
The beet Dinretio, Tonio, and InvigorasL The
Flneat Extract of the ITALIAN JUNIFEB
B&BV. The rorest and Most Costly Gin Ex
tant. INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK,
INCOMPARABLE FOB THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale, Pints ?nd Quart, by every
Druggist, o-rocer, or country juercuant.
LOOK OUT FOB BOGUS
"CONDON GINS.
THE ONLY OEITUINH ABTIuLI IS
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 91 Liberty St.,
mow YOKH.
Bold in Colnmbui by .
McKER t KISTHAPX, . ; ;
Wholesaloand Retail Grocers, Stalesman Building.
0. A. WAGNER. and others.
In Cincinnati, by 8CIRB, ECKSTEIN sY CO.,
oeflC-deodAlyw andethen..
HUNNE WELL'S
UNIVERSAL
. COUGH REaiEDY.
B i .
For all Throat and Lang Complaint. Ineludng, with
most perfect results, Wboofuib Cocon, Onaoaio An
Ookmoh Corons, Brohcitial akd TaaoAT Cost vla nm
always forerunners of Consumption. AS a BooTtitr.
BvRrr It has no superior. Vroed from all Opiate or
Emetic properties, maybe nsed by most delicate consti
tutions, and with perfect confidence.
IIUNNEWELL'S
CELEBRATED
. TOLU ANODYNE.
In Gatvrm NaTnaai, OriATS ever offered to the
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any sub
stance but Its strictly vegetable and medical properties.
A sure Remedy tor tisraateu, Riishjbatisii, Ooct,
Tooth arc Ear Acna, Catarrh, Boss OA Has Tivia,
and all minor Neivons Complaint.
foa Loss or Btnr, and Headache ta an its varieties,
It has no eqnal. and to which most andoubted teetmonl
als are offered. . , .
.(IH liBljIKl.lH I. I. . MMvmm yv.
oa Bowax Coaruim. after remorlnr the pain It nets
. . . . a av lit. eliaa luinal li-iaa.
it ft pnyilo, man impoTiauw wninii wiui wm wwy-
AO rnyviciani, iwdiiiub .uu ww..v. - .
aad to Dealer or Invalid a dtacrlptlv pamplilet wllh jut
. . it . .
poiurvsiamp.
Prepared under the special supervision of
J OH!. E UJKIHEWltif
' '' . cbrmust Ann sua rmacsd Tier, :
. No 8CommsreJal Wharf, Boston; Mass
To whom please direet all eomawreicatlons. .
Prices Lara. Cough Remedy, SO cents per bottle.
Pm.ll " Xj x-
Tolu Anodyne, to
For sat by the usual wholesale and retail dealers,
ROHKRTB s FUMUKL, M. B. MARPB, .
JOUN R. COOK, sa- "snlui '
tl. DENIGSt SONS, ,A. J. 80IHJELL11R Sr. BON,
. . ...a rulnrnhn. 1 1 V. in
snayw-wiy
I.ANCY PKEM SI LKS
' IANCY DBRCB BILKB,
IANCY PHE8S BILKB,
We are now offortns our Immense stock of fancy Dress
pi 1KB at pncsai less man wv.r peiurw- . - .
The altenUon of the lAdtes of tht etty sme) wtcteity Is
fradesooodUiUiisUn..
BovKt , No. W lontlj High street.
filip
NEW ABB1VAIS
. 1 .'
t (',
OF
AT
KNAPP 8c OO.'S,
119 South High Street,
oct2S-2awd-ifcwflm
THE
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HATMa A OIBOCLATIOS "
LASGSB BY SEVER Al TH0TJSA5D3
than any other paper In Ohio, outside of OlndnnaU
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT IAIL to brine
Speedy and Kemnneratlwe Betnrn
' ' To those who take advantage sf thsm.
THE WEEHLY BTATB-31VLA.N,
Distributed as It Is through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
Dally Editions of city Journals; and as only
A Limited Bomber of Advertisements
Are Inserted In Its columns, appoprlaUIy and
HAD$0MEIV WSPUVEO!
THST CAJMOT ran. TO
Attract AttouLtlon.
, ' Of ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising la the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
It sdvsntsgous la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is almost certain to follow aa ax tensive dismals
. . atlon - - knowledge of their boslntss
AM053 COTJISTEY DEALEES I
7 ADVBRTISBMXNIS INTENDED FOB
The "Weekly Statesman
Should bs handed In fcetore Iriday noon.
The Court of Common Pleas, Franklin Conn
; ty Ohio,
Sarah J. Walton ) ...
vs. Sals In ParUUon.
Lnelnda Walton st al.)
TM PIT It SCARCE OF ATf ORDER OF
X the said Court to me dinetsd. I will offer for sale at
public auction, at the door of the court House, la the
city of uoinmous, oa -
Tuesday, May 7th, 18C1,
ths following described real estate, situate la Norwich
township, Franklin oeuniy, unto, s wit;
Part of the W. B. Benneld survey. No. SM, bounded
aa follows: Beginning at a stons In the road leading from
Columbus to Dublin; being the soul h-eaatsrly corn i
lot No; on, la the survey in prootedings In partition to
Michael Walton; thence with the south line or said lot
No. 1,8. (5 degree W. 149 pole, to a stons south west
erly eorn.r to said lot; thence with the westerly lis
tusrweV N. 7 eetiwas ST. 31 80-100 pel 4o a stone,
north westerly corner of said let, and earner to. land be
longing to the heir of Apollo Rogers; theno with their
line N. 17X degrees W. 40 pole to a stake, another cor
ner to said heirs' land; theno with another of their lines
8. M degree, W. 3blM poise to a (take and stone In the
original wast line of the surrey, and south-west comer to
said heir's land! thence with the original line of said sur
vey, B. 43 degree 30 mtnutes.E. 71 poles to a stone. north
easterlyeorner to a tract of land or two hundred acre
conveyed by Abner Olspp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
57, ld3j; thence with hi line SI. 61 degrees, 1. 101 polss
to e'itone,snother corner of said Clasp's land;ihnoo with
another of his lines 8. 97 denes, . 1460 100 pole to
another corner of said Olspp land; thence with another
of his lines N . 63 degress at. 146 poles to a stons another
of isid Clepp's corners; theno with another of hi lines
1. !7 degrees 1. 19 pole to a stone, another of aavd
Olapp's eornsrs; thence with soother of his llnee N. 63
desreee B. 91 poles to a stone, north easterly eoracrto
saldOUpp's land) thnes N. 06 degree W. pelts
aod 14 links; thence N. 11 degrees W., following
the Dublin Road eeventy-elght pole to the begin
ning, containing 971 acres, be toe same snore or
lss; and also. In the same eurvey; 644, and
enjoining the above described traot, another tract of 3
33-lM acres, bounded a follows: beginning at a stone
south-easterly oorner to the above described trees, theno
N. 601st 1. 11 poise end 6 link to a stone In ths
Dublin Road from whloh a eheiry tne 90 Inches
In diamstsr, beers W. 34X degree B. 69 link, thjno
N. l degree U. 17 poles and 18 Una to a post, from
which a wslnut 19 inches in dlsmoUr bears B. 46J de
grees B. 8 linkedistant, thence M. 97 degrees W. S poles
and 91 links t a stone In the south line of Henry Mo
Oracken's land; theno 8. TiH degree. W. 98 poles and
S link to a post In the Dublin Road, 8. B. eornr to
..la as ,(iw. UnJ- ihanaa a. 10 decrees M. 99 poles
and 19 links to poet, theno 8. 09 degree M, 0 poles
ann iu hois lotos Degiumni. . ,. .
Excepting from laid tw tracts! the following deeerlbrt
part thereof, heretofore set off to BlUabsth Armlstead,
described as follows! OommonolBg at lb south-oaat oor
narof at Ichael Walton's land aboee mentioned; thence
south with lb Dublin toad 8 reds; bno wooterly on
a line parallel with the said Michael Walton'e erathllne
1. 62degrees 19 mlnatee W. 94 poles; Ihsmoe M. 17 de
grees 30 mlnutss W. 6970100 nole; then N. M de
groes 71 60-100 rods; th.no. 17 agrees I htes
Best 40 SO-100 poles; thence 8. 97 degree B. 99 SO-lUO
poles; thene N. 69 degrees mlnnte B. 149 poles to
the beginning, oontaioiDg lortr oere. The property to
be sold aa an entire tract, estimated at tw bandied and
forty aores, and appraised at IW) per acre.
Tsrris or Sal.. Or third tn band ea daw of sale,
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1T7I INVITE ATTENTION to some of the saost txr
traorainary cures oy my ,.-
PECTORAL SYRUP.
WAS a. .HW MHA MfltA It.. AaH III. Ml hi
qulreofthepersonwhohavsbeencuredby.lt.
DB. KETfER 18 PRKPAKID AT ANT TIME To
EXAMINB LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGEj VOB ALL
TUOBB WHO NEED HIS MEDICINES.
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS A ease of five years'
landing cured by DR. KEXSBR'B PBOTOBAL BYKUP.
PtTTsscaoH, Jan. 11, I860.
Da. KxTsnt : My wife has been afflicted with a bad
eough and difficulty of breathing, for five or Biz year,
which, for several years back, had gradually Increased In
violence. I be complaint has been hereditary, and she
had been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. In this state of her oase, I procured some of your
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, the first time, fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then oalled
aod got e dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
sh has now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness. I would also state that I nsed the medicine my
self to a cold and congh. The medicine cored me by tak
lng one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this if you
dsslre to do so. . WM. WILBON,
Alderman fifth Ward.
PiTTsstraes, Not. 18, 1858.
Da. Kivixr : Although not aa advocate of Patent
Medicii.ei, in general, It affords m pleteor Indeeeriba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. As a medicine
It Is well worthy the attention of any person who may in
any manner be afflicted with ooughe, colds and hoarseness
of any bind, and for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere cold.
I have been, more or less, In my life, affected with the
severest of colds and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become soelosed aa to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of the above Byrup
it would relieve me entirely .
In lecommendin, this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
say that it is the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
ours the above, nor should any family be without thil
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Cltlxens' Deposit Bank.
8tidbcivu.li,0., March 14, 1R59.
I have used Dr. Keyser's Congh Byrup for a bad eough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it Is
the best medicine for the sam mat i save ever tanen.
3. W. PBIOB.
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL
BYRUP. Da. Kevier Dear Sir: Excuse th delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Oougb
Syrup sooner. I take great pleasure in saying that It is
all you say it is. Jtknoektdthtnoittouto my eough
and the worst one I was ever afflicted with: I nave not
nsl more than one-half of th bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give it as fair a trial
u I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It Is no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another such an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than lever did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. You are at liberty to use my name
In this regard, as you mink proper, a. r. i-uaxi.
aieieenger uommon vouncu, rutsourgu, ra.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1059.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltlaens, and
Who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
at. . r.
Pittsborob, April 84, 1857.
READ THE TRUTH. Da. Kxvsxa: I have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad eough,
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from yon a bottle of your PEOTOHAL
BYRUP, and before she had nsed half a bottle she was
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely of her
cough. JOHN DARIN,
Robinson street, Allegheny.
PiTTSBcaoH, December, 31, 1853.
A GREAT CURB BY DR. KEYBER'B rBOTORAL
BYRUP. I live in Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, whloh commenced aoout
the 4th of February last, and oonllnued eight month. I
emnlnved the best Dbrsicians in th country, and my
cough continued unabated until early In October. At
that time I was sarisca to try your rauivaaa uvuun
8 YBUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle I
waa entirely free from the oooghing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think It should be
known that this valuable remedy will do for others what
it has done in my case. JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. M. Kma. Peebles townhlp.
Pattoh Tr., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CUBE gome time ago, an old
neighbor of mine was very ill, with a bad cough which
avenr one auooosed to be consumption. His relative
told mo tliat he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; his brother came to see mm die. and all
were eon filmed In the belief that he could not live. I
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup,
which I gave him, and it entirety cured him, to the aston
lahm.nt of all. What makes th ease more remarkable.
la the extreme age of the man, he belog abouteighty years
old. I have no doubt tne rectorai savea nis me.
J0I1MN' OINNIS
DB. KEYBER'B FECTOBAL BYRUP IN F.LAIBS
TILLB. Please send me another supply of yonr valu
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody around as
haa the Bold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Byrup.' We have sold sixteen bottles last week, and era
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Meier, both
of Blalrsvllle, Pa., tell us they would not be without It
in tholr families. In fsct, all who nee It once want It
again. Yours, respectfully,
M J. 8. WATTERSON SONS
January 30, 1880. .. - . . . ' "
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DB. KEYBER'B
PECTORAL BYRUP. I had been tronbled with a oougb
and cold lor several weeks so bad was it that I could not
sleep. 1 had ths advice and prescriptions from three of
th bestphyslclans In the city, whom 1 eon Id name, but do
not do so. 1 nnauy procureu a ooiiie oi your roc to raj
Byrup, which oured me entirely. eigneu,
7 J. W. BIMONTON.
S30 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. 9, i860.
'STOP TH ArOOUOniN G." 'How can I do It? "Go
to Keyser's on Wood street and get a bottle of his Congh
Pectoial, and If that don't cure yon, your ease must be
Aaansrat indeed." this Is a peclmso of the colloquy
one hears almost every day In cold oatcblng periods of
the year. And we can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In the adviser's admonition as above, for w
have tried the "Pectoral," in a most stubborn ease, with
entire success. Near two weeks sgo we went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the most distressing, oontrary, mulish, an
nbduable coughs we ever experienced since onr advent
upon this munuan apnere. n eougoea steadily and
i.hnrianalv for one whole week, In hopes of tirhto it ovL
but it waa no go. In fact It seemed rather to have lm-
wmA in nrsotice. and to bare acquired atrensth.DOten'
ey and dittrtttiblUly by the operation. In this stage of
the siege, we oou jhed our way to Keyser's, 140 Wood Bt.
procured fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoial;'1 took it
aocordiog to directions, and in forty -eigbt hours we were
master of the field, the enemy having Unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary as Keyser's famous "Cough
Pectoral. " J)rounviUt Clipper, Dto. 14, 1850. .
DR. KEYBER'B PEOTORAL BYRUP is prepared aad
sold bv Dr GEOROB U. KKYSEB, 140 Wood street,
PittRburghjP. .-,.
Bold in uoinmous vy auosai s caniuaAi,
nOOTIIACllE KENEDY.
A STJIUE CXJRIC.
Prepared and sold by
Da. GEO. B. KXYSKB,
Price, cents. HO Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa,
; ' " ' , . -TO
Bold In Columbus by R0B1RT8 ev IAMUBL.
oct27:Stawdtjui. . : . , ,
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Samuel Parsons' Executors " 1
VS. nupenur uuurt.
John BT. Beyle! all. )
T)Y VIRTUE OF ATI ORDER OF SALE
ri t ana directed from the Superior Court ol Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the
Court House, la the city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 4th day of May, A. D." 1861,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. at- and 4 o'clock r. at
the following described real estate, situate In th county
of franklin and Stale ef Ohio, to wit: Lots Boo, seven,
iri eight, (8) nine O) ana ten. m .ouo .no neury
tiller's subdivision of lot No. l(hty.nlne, (89))nlnety,
(WO) and ninety one, (91) of Orosby's addition to out-lota
Mat aif enniumtasL. as delineated oa the plat thereof, re
corded in volume one, page seventy, ef the rtoord of plate
of said county. .
Appraised Lots No. 7, 8, and 9 at 1300 00 each,
"do Lot No. 10. 400 00
i O. W. HUFFMAN.
Master Commissioner.
Printer's fees. 4 50. april8-dltw4w
, ladies' linen Pooket-Handk'fs.
HEnmEDSTITCHEDIJUIEA HAM D
kerchiefs, very wide hem. ':-,
Embroidered Linen Uandk'S all prices. K v
- ' Hemmed Btltcbedand plain do, do.
do do i i colored borders.
Mourning do black border.
do do , 'i newslylecroessUtched. ,
Pine Apple do . newpstterns. ., , , '
MtisePletn and Hemmed t)t Itched do ell prices.
flomnristni the most sslset eseortaaentla the elty Ud
low;,! prless. r t , ' ) I AII1 Jt JOII,, ,
W v THE BHEA5EST
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DISCOVM
OF THE AGE.
rR. KENNEDY, OF ROXBTJRYI
I has dlaeonred la one of oar common pasture-weeds
a reauaty that cures
Every Kind of Humor,
FROM
Ths worst Sorofala down to a common Pimple.
Be .tas tried It la over ebven hundred eases, and ney.
er billed except In two esse, (both thunder humor.) He
has now In his possession over one hundred certificates of
It value, all within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to euro a nursing sore
BOB til.
One to three bottles will oure the worst kind of Pimples
on the face.
Two er three bottles will elear the system of biles.
Iwo bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker In
th mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottlee are warranted to cure the worst
kind of Erysipelas.
On to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor la
(be Byes.
Tiro bottlee are warranted to cure running e the ears
and blotches among the hair.
Fonr to six botlse are warranted to oure eorrupi ana
running u loses.
Une bottle will euro scaiy eruption or tne sain.
Two or three softies are wairanted to oure the worst
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most
desperate oase of rheumatism.
Three to fonr bottles are warranted to cure mii-nnoam.
Fire to oiffht bottles win cure the worst case of scro
fula.
A benefit le always experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect cure la warranted when the above quantity it
r.UA.HLBl, aiABD.
lhua MArjAat: The reputation of the Medical Die
eorery, In earing all kinds of hvmors, is so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever nsed
It, that I need not say anything on the subject, as the
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggists in
tne eonntry are unanimous in its praise.
Vn nnmntln. the Medical Discover to VOttr nollce. I
do It with a full knowledge of Its ouralive power, In rtj
liennf all. and curio, most or tnose aisesse so wnicn
yoa are unfortunately so liable. That moat excruciating
dlMase to an affectionate mother,
, . . NURSING SOKE MOUTH,
Is cured as If by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
to It natural sweetness, and yonr babe from short and
fretful nape to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical
Dtsoovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household.
In the more advanced stages of
CANKER
Itextends to the stomach .causing
DisrersM,
which Is nothing but eanksr ea the stomach; then to the
Intestines and
KIDNEYS,
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference area
to th care of your lamuy.
Tour stomach is
HAW AND lNFliAfflED,
vonr food distresses rou. and vou can only take certain
kinda. ana ev.n oz tnai xoursvstem does not Kei nan
the nourishment It contains, ss the acrlmonous fluid of
the aauker cat. it no: then vour complexion loses Its
bloom aod becomes aallow and greenish, and your best
day is gone. For want of nourishment your system oe
oomes loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body be
eome relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
CURE,
Palnltatloa of the heart, pain In the side, weakness o
the SDin. and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
When you retire, irregularity oi uie dowcii, anu aiawi
that most excruciating oi diseases, tne
PlIiEil.
How manv thousand of roor women are suffering from
this disease and pining sway a miserable life, and their
next door neignoor noes not xnow tn. oauae a wna i
Imnmi an vnur mind tnai .ood oiu orovern, -AO vuun
oi prevention is usiwi , . i iwww v. vh., - -
MEDICAL, D1SCOVEKI
yon have both the preventative and the cure, with this
great and good quality, that it will never, under any
ClrotuRltanoes, ao you any injury.
THE MEDICAL. DISCOVERY
Is evnectalv intended for disease of the blood, but since
Its introduction In th Wee tern States, It Is found to be
the belt
AGUE REMEDY
the tires ever before the public-
No change of diet ever necessary eat the best yoa oan
and get enougn oi it.
DiaacTtoxs roa csa Adults ons table spoonful per
dav Children over ten years, deasert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions
can be applicable to all eonsitntiona, take sufficient to
operate on mo ooweis twice a uay.
Your truly,
DONNALD KENNEDY
Price S1.U0 per bottle. lor y every druggist In
the United Btates. . sepSl dfcwiy.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR.
An Effective, Safe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing the
Hair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Aadcuring It, wban there Is the least particle of vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp. '
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
It soft and silky In its texture, and causing it to curl
readily.
Ihe great celebrity and increasing demand for this un
equaled preparation, convinces ths proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
superior qualities over any other preparation In nse. It
ninsmana th. head and acalo from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, oauslng the hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rion, eon, glossy and nexioie appearance, and
also, where the hair Is loosening and thinning. It will giv
strength and vigor to th root and restore ib growth to
hose part which have become bald, causing It to yield a
tesh covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladles and gentlemen In New
Tork who have had Ihelr hair restored by the use of this
Invlgorator, when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has in hi possession letters innumerable testifying
to the above facta, from persons of the highest redsec la
bility. It will effectually prevent th hair from turning
until th latest period of life; and in cases where'the bsir
has already changed its color, the use of the Invlgorator
will with osrtaialy restore it to It to Its original hue, giv
lng it a dark, glossy appearance. As a psrfume for the
toilet and a Hair Bestoratlre It Is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
culties It affords in dressing th hair, which, when moist
with the Invlgorator, can be dressed In any required
form so as to preserve its place, whether plalnjor in curls;
hence the great demand tor it by th ladles as a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wlthout,as the price
places It within the nsfh of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cents
per bottle, lobe had al ail respectable Druggists and
Perfeaera.
L. MELLEB would eall the attention of Parents and
Suardlans to the use of hli Invlgorator, In case where
ths children's hair Inclines to be weak. The use of it
lays the foundation fore good head of kair, ss It re
morse any Impurities that may bars become connected
with the scalp, the removal of which Is necessary both
for the health ef the child, and the future appearance of
its Hair.
Oactiob. None genuine without the fao-slmlte LOTUS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; elso, L. MIL
LER'S BAI& INVIGORATOR, N. Y., blown In the
glass.
Wholesale Depot, St Dey street, and sold by all the
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world
IitbSTal discount to purchasers by the quantity.
I alee desire to pressnt to the American Public my
1TXW JJTO IH7B0VSD IN STAlfT AST20U8
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of octentlflo experlanentlng, I have
brought to perfection. It dyes Black or Brown Instantly
wlthoatlnjury to the Hair or Bain) warranted the best
article of tiie kind ta existence. -
. PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 66 Dey St., New York.
oeta&dawly.
WHO SHOULD USE
DR. J. DOVEE DODS'
IMPERIAL WINE ! BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption er
Weak Lang should us. thsm.
All who suffer from Weak Btoaiachs, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia er PUee should ase them.
All who suffer from General er Nervous! iVl
Bestlessnessat sight. Want ef Bleep, Ate., should use
them.
. All persons whe are convalescent after fever or ether
sickness should as them.
Minleters of the Gospel, Lawyers, Lecturers, aod al
public speakers should use them.
Book Keepers, and all persons leading i sedentary if
should ase them.
The aged and roflrm should use them.
All who require e stimulant or sonic should use them.
Ail whe are addicted to the use of ardent spirits and
Wish to Inform, should as them.
They are mad of a pore 8 harry Wine, sal) ef Ihe na
tive plants and herbs of the country, and should be re
eosaaaended by temperance societies, clergymen, physl
dans, and ail friends ef humanity.
Ihsy are prepared by an experienced and skillful phy
sician, and, aside Irom their medicinal properties, area
moot delightful bmragei and yet, as a medicine, are as
Innocent and barmisss as the dews of heaven.
Bold by drugghrl. generally,
CObUXIU , wTDDmtXD ft CO., Proprietors,
'IB William at.. Naur Varat.
' 'EDJZHTS ft lAJSUTL, Agents,
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HTSttrs.
CURE
CSr CURE
WervousHeadache,
CURE Jl 1
3V
By th use of thess Pills the perlodle attacks ef Htf
eons or Bick Btadaekt maybe prevented; and If takea
at the eonunenoement of an attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall In removing ths Namua and
ach to which females are ao suhjeot.
They set gently upon the bowels removing CbeMe
MSI.
For lAltrary Mtn, Studtntt, Delicate female .
and all persons of sedentary haiitt, they are value
u LamaHvt, Improving the appttlU. giving lone
eiflor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity end strength of the whole system. '
THB CEPHALIC PILLS sre the result of long lnves
ttgatlon and carefully eondnoted experiments, having
been in use many years, during which lime they have
prevented end relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
lng from Headache, whether originating in the ntrtout
system or from a deranged state of the sforauzcA.
They are entirely vegetable In their oomposltloa, an
may be taken at all tlmee with perfect satiety without
making any change of diet, and tht abttnot of any
dltngrttable tattt rtndtrt if taty to tdnUnUUr Otm
children.
BBWARE OF C0UKTBBFSIT8 1 '
The genuine have five slgnaturee of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box. '
Bold by Druggists and all other Sealers la Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, oa receipt of the
Fsrloo, Q3 Cortta.
All orders should be addressed to ,
HENHY C. BFALDING,
48 Cedar street, New Vara.
Ui TL: ' 4 L
-bV m 'W ss- Sr Ssb. 'vr
lleadraclie.
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THB FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONYINOB ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
THAT A
SPEEDY AUD SURE CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. ,
At thtu Tttilmonialt trere vntoHetted by Ma. Srata
IRo, thty aford unquettlonablt proof of tht ifflr- .
eaoy o Mfs truly tcimtifc diuxxwry.
Masoavau, Com , Feb. S, 1881.
Ms. SrALDixo.
Bis:
I have tried your Cephallo Pills, and Ukttkmto
well that I want you to send me two dollars worth more.
Part of thess are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
few out of the first box I got from you.
Seed the Pills by mall, and oblige
Your ob't Servant,
JAMES KiNNEDY.;
IUvotroaD, Pa., Feb. 6, ISfil.
Mr. SraLDiRo. '
Bis:
I wish you to send me one more box of your Cephallo
Pills, Ihavt rtctlvtd a gnat deal of bentttfrom tht.
Yours, respectfully,
MARY ANN 8T0IKH0UBB.
Entree Creek, nmrruieToi, C..,Pa., (
January 18, 18CL.
II. C. SraLDiso.
Sir:
You will please send me two boxes ol your CsplaMo
Pills. Bend them Immediately.
Respectfully yours,
JNO.B. SIMONS.
P. 8. lhatt tti one boa of your ruit, cwuftni
fArmewceffsnf.
Brtx Terror, Onto, Jaa. IS, 1881. v
Herut 0. SrAtniRo, Bsq.
Please find enclosed twenty -five cents, for which sent
me another box of yonr Cephallo Pills. They art truly
the beet PlUt I have ever tried.
Direet A. STOVER, P. M.,
Belle Vernon, Wyandot 0., 0.
' BsvERLV, Mass., Dee. II, 1860.
II. C. Brauise, Esq.
I with for some circulars or large show bills to briag
your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo
mers. Ifyou have anything of the kind, please send to
me.
One of my customers, who Is suhjeot te severe Sick
Headache, (usually lasting two dsys,) seas ewnjrf of it
uttuot in one hour by your Pille, which I sent her.
Respectfully yours,
W. B. WILKES.
RrVROLBIBORO, FRANKLIN Co., 0810,1
January V, IpoL. j
HsltRr C. SfALDIRO,
No. 48 Cedar St.. N. Y.
Dear Sir:
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (SS,) (or whloh seed
box of "Cephalic Pills." Send to address of Rsv, Wa.
0. Filler, Reynoldsbursr. Franklin Co., Ohio.
Tour fuie eoor Me a charm oure fUadacht al
most (nefanler.
Truly yours,
WM. C. FILLER.
YriiLAKTi, Mien., Jaa. 14, 1811.
Ma. SrAisuta.
Sir:
Nc t long since I tent to yon for a box of Cephalic PiUs
for the cute of the Nervous Hesdsche and Oostlveness,
and received the same, and they had to good an qfeoi
that scot induced to tend for mote.
Please send by return mail. Direct to
A. R, WHEELER,
YpsilanU, Mich.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Cephallo Pills accomplish ths object for which they
were made, via.: Cure of headachs In all It forme.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
They hare been tested In more than a thousand oases
With entire i
From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Mien.
If yon are, or have been, tronbled with the headache
send for a box, (Cephallo Pills,) so that yoa may have
them In case of an attack.
From the Advertiser, Provldencey R. I.
The Cephallo Pills are aald to be a remarkably effective
remedy for the headache, and one of the vary beat for
that very frequent eomplalnt.wblca baa ever been dav
covered.
From the Western R. R. Gasette, Chicago, 111.
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpanldlng, and his unrivaled
Osphalic Pills.
From the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha. Ja. , '
We are sure that persons suffering with the headache
Who try them, will stick to them.
From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La.
Try theml yoa that are afflicted, and we are sure that
your test Imonycan be added to th already numerois
list that has received benefits that no other medicine can
produce.
from Ihe 81 Louis Democrat.
The Immense demand for the article (Cephallo Pi! It
is rapidly Increasing.
From the Gaaette, Davenport. Iowa. :
Mr. Spalding would not connect hie name with aa ar
ttcle he did not know to possess real mailt. , ,
TOA single bottle of SPALDING'S PSJP1R1D
GLUB will save ten times its oust annnaltf-fH
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE !
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE t
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
BAVB TUB FIIOBSI '
X00N0MTI , DISPATCH!
JD"A STiTea t Tikta Saves Hms.,CH
As accidents will happen, ev.n In well regulated fam
ilies, It is very desirable to have eome cheap end con
venient way for repairing Furniture, Tore, Crockery,
' SPALDING'S PBEP ABED GLUB
meals all such emergencies, and ao household eaa afford
to bo without U. Iialrysreedy,anduptlhstiok
log Pln,,1AjKCill jjg' 1TJRT norjBB.
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle,
cents. Address, ,
HENRY 0. SPALDING, '
; Ho. 48, Cedar Btreet, Mew Tork.
caution. ' ' :' '
A certain unprincipled persons are ettempilng te
palm off on the nneuspeetlog public. Imitations of ay
VRBPARED GLUB, I would caution all persons te est
amlns befnrs pnrehaiHng, sod see tkat the full aaia, .
TTr'.PALlHNtt'o PRSPARSBftLUH.,'. H
Is ea tie outside wrapper; sli others are swindles sea
terfelte,
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