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1 ' iVHT RECEIVED BY . j
WI1 A. GIXiL,
info. 30 North High Street,
0n of the Urfeet nod Rest WMtwa Ah t
- . , U v. iiviM OFT! RID IN THIS 01TTI
House f BuilTers " Firnishings
OfVvBRY BTTll AND QUALITY.
wreath A Ataerleaa
,V7"iri.cS.o,w Q-lass 1
rAlNTs OBOlJND IN OIL,'
an! pal iv Ik half pound cans far family net, end Dry
. rilnUtnbalk.
Brushes of every variety & quality.
V. ' " A Splendid Assortment of.
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIAD8.
, r AXES GRINDSTONES, du.
. . GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac
'' ; FISHING TACKLE. t
ROPE A CORDAGE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
W EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, ate.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
t especially livlte the attention of all Interested lo By
took of Pock at mil Table Cutlery. end
BILVEB PLATED FOBKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
of HOGlX&a A BHO'8. Manufacture, warranted to be
trtnhearr, Ileetro-FUted.on eoaln AltatU.
finitn Merehante. Mechnnlce, and others, are Invited
to oall and examine my Stock, aa I am prepared to tell
Wholesale and Retail. w na. ja. uaua,.
Colombo Ohio, Mar 8. IMO.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
, FAMILY GROCEntES
No. 106 South High Street.
Tia. HcDONALD,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dally Arrival
the Fall and
af Gaadt)
For
Winter Trade
Of 1860-61.
Hj.BETiJKNIIa MPICEUETMAJIIIS
TO THK PCBLIO for pat faror and patras-
k.i. DETERniHED to BIEHIX
r-..in. of aame by tries alteatlia te
trad, and prempt dellwery af Caade,
I would oall lha Bailee of thapubUe to the fact that
hating a Laif e and well Selected "tacit on
hand, and being u dally receipt of good, froa to differ
ent Barketa, I Batter myeelf that I can offer to thoeitl
Mca of Colombo, or to any who Bay dealr to poreaaaa.
aa anortBent of artkloe appertaining to the GROCERY
iiiwfOIIALED by any boiue In th city.
Th prloe and quality of the good offered, I Knar
.ala 0 fTlTC lllla
Goods Deliyered Free of Charge.
BrTg? wm. Mcdonald.
Baltimore Clothing flonse.
HE33S cfcJ 33Xj1TLVC,
aworaerram aw wwoiaaaia piaua l
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(nrnrna uaamTT am aowaa,)
BAETimOBE, JTld.
A Urge Aitorment ot Weoe and TurnUhlEg
eoods ConaUnUy en Baaa;
Oorauiy
X77"1H1XXX J O-lll
OOECBLDTJS. OHIO)
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSB
And Seed Store,
DEALER ID
GENERAL HARDWARE,
KAILB, OLA88, BA8H, PUTTY, CORDAGE,
aaa, Pletala, Waad lfWIllaw Ware,
Lwttaraad Rabkar Brtuni,
Paaktaf.
laea Leather, Boa aod
DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturer! and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
SoaUieatt Cfrner of High and Cay Sis.,
NOm DO,
nnt.ti m ui;a OHIO.
A arg stock of Fin and Staple floods e hand."
y31-dtf
SUNDRIES.
' TAPIOCO,
Arrow Boot,
"Eva"
A flag
Rloe flour
Beoten UM Bu
Unlit Peaa
CkMolat
Brosaa,te.
Parl Barley
Cracked beat
Coco
fit - PrnoM
- Bedl Batatas Freak Toaatoes
Pesche. - - ' Dim Cora
Irh Cann d fruits ot Try deaeriptwa;
jIUef all kind; .
. Flavoring Eztraetaet all kb4a.
' . ' aua Drop; Miaed Oandle;
Alnonda, filbert, Pecoo Nuta,
Koillah Walnut, Braail Mut.te,
ST - WM- alcDOHALD.
E. V T.TCOLLISTER.
Whaleeale aad We tall Dealer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
it, "7 'No,' SS FUtbi Street, . ,
: PIT SBURQ H, Pa.
I230.j30irtoai Oisara.
Oct. Wl ld ' ' "
r.aCe3 and Embroideries,
VAiT.nciEnr.s,nki.TVMK point
taceCollaraandSett. French, Pu,her and Thrtad
. fare li.Tew pln,S.) Taleneiej, Thre end
PMnt Lore. V.mbKlered Collar, Bwttw, Truaatnt and
Iuwa.Ll2 B.rb-. aodOoiffur PWaLlnea Collar
KtttVdCoBa.KnUw.ldmd Coll 0.ff.to lt.
fcW4 Me. 89, South High Street.
1861.
1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
CoDnaotlDg at Orestlloe with the PITTSBURGH, FT.
WAYNE CHICAGO RAILROAD
tor PiUtburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
Jor Fort Wayne and VMcago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LARK BH0R1 RAIL
. ROAD
rerDaaklrk, Balfale, Albany, Uee
laii Hd New karat.
TIIREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT BUND A V,
from Columbus, la eonnectloo with Train, on the
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XEN1A BA1LBOADS.
IIRST TRAIN.
NIUHT EXPRESS. Leavee Oolumbui at 3.40 A. M fj
... . . .11 ..tl...H anil I n ai liinun.
at ell stations north or Oellon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:ii A. BM imniitiiw r. "
Albany S:iHj A. St., Hew a or ii.ju a.
P. M : Pltubunh via Onetime 3:20 P. M .Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago via Oreatllne at 8:20 P. Ja
oanOND TRAIN.
NBW YORK EXPRESS Learn Columbus at 11:10
a. m. Will etop at um venire, ieiawre, v,ii
Oallon, Owatllne, Bhelby, Hew i.oimoo. nouinaion uu
erafton, arriv at Cleveland at 3:45 p. m.; Dunkirk,
a na . n.t Hnffala. 10:S5 o. m I Albany, H:4Sa. m ;
N.wfoik, :30p. a.; Beaton. 4:40 p. m.; Plttaburgh,
Ha Ortetlloe, 8S0 p. b.; i-nuaaeipnia, m a. m , yu
neeUat Bhelbj for all polnti on 8andaVy, Manifleld &
Newark R. B., north of Shelby. .
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND A0COMM0DATI0N Leavea Columbut
at J.VO d. b. Will itop at all nation. Booth of Shelby,
ana at new iionaon, mennnr, J"". .r'
and Borea; arrla at t!leel.nd at 9:10 p. a. Dunkirk,
S:50a. b.; Buffalo, 4:20 a. n.i Albany, 3 30 p.m.! New
fork, 8:30 p m.; Doaton. ll:4ip m.; itiiuduiid.tio
nooK at Shelby for all polnti on Banduaky, UaniBeld
Nowaik uaiiroaa.
Patent Sleepinj Cm are run on all
HigM Trains to umcago, aew
York and Boston.
Baooao OttcJuA Throw to Ktw Tori and Bottom
via Cteneland: alto, to JfAUadtlphiaand
Ano York via OretUin.
RETURNING.
Night Expren arrlyei at Columbia, at.
Cincinnati Izprera "
AocoBBodaUon, , " " "
.11:45 P.
Id.
M.
U.
11:10 A.
9:10 P.
Fare at Law aa ty an)-other Bonte.
Aik for TitbUvia Ctfllineor Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSOH, Agent.
. . Columbua, Ohio.
Oolomlui, AprUlf, 1851. "
CENTRAL OHIO R.
-Between Columbus & "Wheeling,
nnNNRfiTINO TIA
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
WITH TIIE
BALTIMORE & OHtO B- K
AND TIA
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
WITH Tm
Pennsylvania Central R. B.,
FOR
BoitOD, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Cities.
NO. 1 EXPRESS
r ..... . l... . ia k. If .trm at all atalionaamlt
of Newark when signalled. Arrive at Newark at 4:50 A.
M., ZanetTille at 0:00 A. M., Bellair at 10:20 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore A Ohio R. R.. and rla
PllUburgh with rennryiranuk . a. lor an e.uiru
NO. 3 EXPBE83
LeareaOolnmbui at 11.13. A. M.; atopi at all elation,
k.i .i.nalled. ArriTe at Newark at 12:48 A. M.,
Eanewfllleat 8:04 P. M.J Bellair at 6:10 P. M., con
necting With th Baltimore at unto tt. lor an eaawrn
ciUea.
NO. 3 EXPRES3
Lmtm Oolambof at 3: 10 P. M.; (top al all alation when
airnalled. Arriref at Newark at 4:30 P. Al., Zenewrlli
at 5:40 P. M.. Bellair al 9:45 P. M. . connecting Tia
Pltubunh with th Pennsylvania R. R. for all (astern
oitie.
Thi Rout offer th( ADVANTAGE of a Thronjrh
aadaleo girea the Pasieoger the prlrllega of wlflUng
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA aod Naiff-YORK, at
th coat of a Nw-York Ticket alone; or th prhrlleg of
Tieltlngallof the principal SEABOARD CITIES at the
eott of a BOSTON Ticket alone, t la other Rontea.
Throogh TickeU to Hiw-xuniw can w pram ,
WASHINGTON CITY, at an additional expense ol $2.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
Al on other Route.
Sleeping Cars on all Night, Trains.
ARK OR TICKETS VIA
CelambH and Bellaire arWaieellBf.
JNO. W. BBOWfl,
pr. is. ?e. 2?ci Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
CHEAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
rpEBiaiNATES AT WASHIWGTOJI
A and Baltiaoraon tne saaa, ana rrneoimj, ocu
and Parkarsburg on th Wen, at which place It unite,
with Railroad, BtMmen, Ac, for and froa all points
loin
West, Seata-weat and Harta-weef
TEHEE TEAMS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This Is tbe only roat to Waahington City,
m i. MMte jm vl.lt Baltimofa. Phi la
delphla. Now fork and Boston, at Uieeoetof atlokotto
Boetoa aion oy ouier unci.
throagh UckeU to th K a. tern eitte ean be procured
rla Waabinxton City at an additional charge of two dol
lar. . . ' ... '
Blbbim caa airacira to ai
2mM quick and fur at low at via any other
Ioqnlr for ttocet TliB.ltin.ort and Ohio Ettlroad
ad of UM prioctpal RaHroftd officei in tfaa Weat,
4 ww nrtl ( TTTaBlT flu'l Vaiian A a at (if
! MX B U XiuX f AA i tnu -
JtCLLAlRBf VUIU
w mr finf.W OMiMlflAitlMnL
W. P. BkUTH, Maater Trantportatioa,
oetsa-tf.
BaLTiaoaa, Hd.
:
IMPORTED GOODS.
BECEIVED-
TUST
CI EO
10
ft
4
ft
Italian uu, Barton at uo., ior ivuo mm
m uHIb .wnltA hr.ni!..
Boned Bardlnea.' the BK9T Bardlnea Imp'td
oivaper anavurn. . -
a..v.iA Ac PerrtnTa Woreaater
, (hire." "Soyer'e Buitana," "John Bull,"
"Uarrey, "Beading."
Wlnnt tanrf Tnm.tn r.atnn.
10
la dos. OroB A Blaekwall's celebrated English
Pleklea, conalrtlng or"Collflower." "PI.
.mi nhw.r.hnw." "Walnnt." 'On
ion," "Cabbage," "Beans," "aherk's"
Ml PlffklM.
AO
10O
London Porter. 1 . '
Campbell's celebrated Beotch Ale.
fltn.v Pi .1.1 I . -
6
J (I box. Italian MacaroDi and Tennacllla.
Coleman'" eelekrated English Mustard, to kegs, boxes,
i and bottle. , ,
D0jr7 wu. Hcuunibu
I0H H WHEEXEB. -
A CENT FOB HOME, CON TIM EN TAl,,
New Yoaaj HEBcaawr and Cm Fiaa o UaaTroae
Raw York Lira and Cow. Motoai. Lira.
Office, U Hlffk aawaare'e Ml
b7-d1 '
. : .- Alexandre Kid Glovea. v
PLAIN AND EIOBROIDERED, IffOrS
rtrrnTiina 4 Munl..ahani Black R1A Alnvaa.
emhrolderad In whit. B.aenta, purple. Am. , Cndreawd
KidOlove. MiaM KM Olore. A complete aaeornneot
f tbaeclvratcd Qloyea always for aale by
BAIN A SON.
febM No. SB Booth High street.
Canton Mattings.
4 ft4e 6-4W
-White and Bed aad
t Whi
it Chckfdof rupeitoreoailiy. Por aale by
Bh!3
; No. 2 rloutb Hlnh St.
Co-Partnership. :, .:'
I HATE TF119 DAY ABIWITTEI MY
soa JAMB8 AD8ERBAIN m partner In my bust-
vhlch wlU twraaf lev be conducted under tlie Una
SMfclea. P.BAIN.aOSoulhHlgh Bt.
ColnBbu,Febl5.1881. ' eb!6
1
OHIO STATESIIA1I
stii.1.11
Nos. 36, J8 & 40, North Digk St.
INCREASED FACILITIES !
tccnilTimifsiss, mm
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
NEW BUILDING,
1 HAVE
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
WITH
New Types, Borders, Ornaments; &c
IROM THE CELEBRATED FOUNDRY Of
C. T. WHITE & CO., NEW YOEK,
THUS UAKINO IT TBI
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I am now prepared to Execute all Orderi for
BOOK AND JOB
PHiNTiisra,
WITH DISPATCH!
And in the Most Approved Style of tbe Art
VaHTTnm.AH ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
PB.INTINQ.
Bill of Lading, Circular,
Bill Head, lilanka, Deede,
tJertificatee,' Ueceipta,
Draf Xlckete, Ueirlatera,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS,
CARDS,
KOTOS.
ENVELOPES,
CONTRACTS.
HXASInQB,
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Show Bills, Hand Bills, Labels, Concert Pro
grammes, School and College Schemes, Ho
tel BiUs of Fare, Invitations, e.
Boon. Worn
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalogues,
wlaraliananrM Pamnhlat.
uonsuiniiona, seporia, siwii, a
Printing in Gold and Colors
HP O S T 33 TrL S
Printed in Every Color on a .
Llammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Press of th kind in Central Ohio.
My facilities for doing any and all of th ahov descrip
tion, of work, are now unaurraswd, and satisfaeUoB will
0 guarmmevu m ail
VrpA.il work furnished promptly by th tin pronlaei
" RICHARD NEVINB.
RBOOinreirDBD BY THE LATE
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
Or LONDfl, A WD
DE. VALENTINE MOTT
or iirw Touc,
The aeknowladgad Head of th Profiesalaa la dth
Hcmiapher.
The best Dioretio, Tonie, and Invigorant. The
rinert Extract of the ITALIAN JUNTPUB
BUKBY. The rorent and Meet CoeUy Gin x-
laoai
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK,
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED,
THE SAFFST. ANT) HlftS!?
nninmis rpvfrarp in thp wnRin.
W wv, Ku. uu. , j w J
Dnifjglat; Grocer, or Country MercbAnt
LOOK OUT FOB BOOTS
LONDON QINS.
THB ONLY GEWUINB ARTICLE IE
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL BIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO., '
Importers, 01 Liberty St-
NKW YOJEUX.
Bold In Columbus by ,
McKEB A RXBTIBAtnt, '
Wholesale and Retell Grocer., Btateeaan Building. :
0. A WAGNER. and otbera. .
In Cincinnati, by . BTJIRE, ECKSTEIN A CO., ,
oc36-deodaiyw and other.
HDNNEWELL'S
' UNIVERSAL
COUGH REMEDY.
ffor all Throat and Lane Oomplalot. tncludnr, with
moat perfect retalu, Wuoorw Conon. Oarnomo a
il . rAnana DaAMrttlaf. AaTfA TuiAAT ClttMWIAnm.
atwava foreraonera of CoDaampttoa. a Boothim
.. . , 9 .J at.- a,ll n.lali
BTarjp H nu no aoperior afrceu ifuiu vjiaw ws
V.alUnmnerflM manf rk BtAftcl bv mOtlt dtlCaVtfl OODtM
tationa, vd4 with perfect oonflderice.
HUNNEWELL'S - V '
CELEBRATED
TOLU ANODYNE.
. n . . . Amivi mrf inTered to th
world, containing not a aartlcl of Opium, nor any ub
. . .. . . . . . . ! 1 . I : , ...mui.tlM.
llano, nuttusincuy vcrcuwiio niu ukuiij t""r--
A sure Remedy for Nxnaauia, RBarwanaa, floor,
Tootw awe Eaa Anna, CaTaaaa, Rosa oa Hal Fsvaa,
sod all minor NeivowsComplainU. .
Foa Lob or Burar, and Headache in an na vanatue,
It has no eqnal. and to which moat undoubted testmont
als are offered. ' ' ' . '
Foa DaLinroa Taaaaaa It la a moat perfect remedy,
Foa Bowb. CoMriAiMTa, after removing thepoia it acts
u a phyaio, a most important contrast with tbe eonsUpa.
lory effects ol Opium.
T Physlelana, Formula and Trial Bottle will be sent,
and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pempblet, without
"postage-stamp." .
Prepared under th (pedal uprvlioa of
JOHN L. HCHNEWELL,
- : caawiar aw nadHaccnnaT,
Wo I CommoreUl Wharf, Bo ton, ETase-
lo whoa pleas direct JJ eommunleatlon. ,'
Price Large Cough Remedy, SO osnt per bottle. '
Small " 24 " " '
Tola Anodyne, 60 .
For sal. by the usual wholeaale and retail dealers,
BBevr A SkfTTEl, . MARPE, .
JOHN R. COOK, J- at. DBN10, -
. DENHJ BOSS, A. J. 8CHCELLBB A BON,
meyl7-wly Agenls for Columbus. Ohio.
FAN Of DKKS" 81LKII, ,t
FANOY DRE9B BILKS,
FANOY DRESS BILKS, ' ' ' '
W are now ofaring oar kaauns stock f Fancy Drts
Bilk at price lea than ever beior offered In thia city,
fh. attention of tb ladies of this city and vicinity 1
olMted, a our (tack I very cleat aad complete la all
grade. o goods la thi line. - ' FETBRBAIS. -novkd.
No. M South High street.
.bbw AMM bbSM BaH t
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OF
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KNAPP 8c COS,
119 South High Street,
oct9S-Sawd-sAw-6m
THE
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
HAVING A CIRCULATION
1 LAMES BY SEVERAL THOUSANDS
Than any ether paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL lo bring
Speedy aad BetaaaeratlT Ketarns
To thoa who take advantage of tbea.
THE WJUimiiY BTATBSMAW
Distributed as it la through every Pott OSo In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Headers
Whoa patronage to valuable, and who seldoB see the
Daily Editions of city Journals; aad a only
A Limited Homier of Advertisement.
: Are Inserted la Its columns, appoprtately and
HAKtttOMElY pmAVEO!
TBrr caaitoT r aa to
ZLttXtOt LttOZXtlOXl
OF ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
: i '' ; r 1 It advantagsns In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is almost certain to follow sa extensive dlasemla
. '. atloa knowledgaef their buslnM
AMOSQ COTHSTTBY PEALEBS I
, . J , ' ADVERTISEMENTS INTIHDED FOB, , ,
The "Weekly Statesman
Bhould be handed In before Friday noon.
Tat Conrt ot Common PIsai, FftakllB Ccun.
, : . ty Ohio, ... . .
Sarah J. Walton )
vs. . SaletaParUUon.
Lueinda Walton at el. J -
-tm PllRgnANCE or All OBDEB or
X th said Court to me directed, I will oiler for aale
public auction, at the door of the Court Hon, In th
oily ot uoiumims, on -
Tuesday, Met 7tb, 18G1,
lha following deecrfted real estate, situate La Norwich
township, vrariaim ctmniy, w... - -
Part of the W. B. Beao.ld aarvey, Ho. 5S4, bounded
a follows! Beginning at a stoae la tha road leading from
Columbua to Dublin; beln( the south-easterly corner to
lot Nu one. In the survey In proceeding la partition to
Michael Walton: thene with th south line of Bid lot
No. 1, 8. 6S degree W. 140 pole, tea stone south west
rlv corner to .aid lot; thence with th westerly line
thereof, N. S7 degree W. 81 w-.uu bois to a stone,
north westerly corner of Bid tot, and corner t land be
longing to th heirs of Apollo Regan; thence with their
UneN. n degree W. 40X pole tostek,nothr cor
ner to said heirs' laod; tbenc with another of their lines
8. 54 degree. W. 3111 X pole to a stake and atone In the
oriitnal west line of the survey, and routh-weit corner to
Bid heir' land; thene with In original tin of Bid sur
vey. 8. 43 decrees 30 mlnutes.B. 73 pole, to a (tone.north
easterly corner toe tract of land ot two hundred acre
conveyed by Abner Olapp and wife by dead, dated Aug.
47, 1E31; thence with bis Una st. 63 degree, 1. 301 pole
to a'stonejinother corner of said Clapp'a land;ihnoe with
another of bia linee 8. 87 degrees. B. It 60-100 poles to
another corner of said Olapp'a land) thane with another
of bia Hoes N . 03 degree B. 146 poles to a (tee, another
of raid Clapp's oorneB) we no wiin anoiner oi on una
a. e-r ,(... a. 12 Dole to atone, another of said
m.nn'aenrnera: thene with another of hie lines N. 63
n,a a. si noleate a (ton, north easterly ooraerto
aaidOUpp'a land; thence N. 66M degrees i W. 8 poles
and 14 links; thence N. 11 degrees W., following
the Dublin Road ventrlght pole I ate begin
nlng, containing 873 acre, be tbe Base more or
le. and also, la th so prey; 564, and
adjoining tha abov desorlbd traot. another tract of 3
38-IUI acres, bounded aa follows: beginning at a stone
south-easterly corner to th abov described tract, thence
N. 60M 11 poles aad S links to stone la the
Dublin Road froa which chrnry tree SO Inches
in diameter, bears II. 34 X degree E. 60 link, thene
N. 11 la degree U. 17 pole aod IS links to a poet, from
which a walnnt 1 Inches la lamter baaraB. 46X de
cree B. 8 links distant, thene . 27 degree W. pple
and SI links te e (tone In the toath line f Henry Mo-
Oraeken' Bad; tunic oegrea " kpdicm
S links to a post in the Dublin Road. S. B. corner to
Bid MoOracken'a land; mene S. 10 degree B. 9J poles
and H link to a post, thrnc 8. degreeo B. 6 poles
and 19 lioka te tbe beginolog. . ' ' . '.
Excepting froa nid two tracts .the following described
cart thereof, heretofore aet off to Elisabeth Arm is teed,
described a follows: Commencing at th outh-eaet cor
ner of Miobael Waltoa'e land above BontlOMd; thene
enth with th Dublin road 8 rod; Ikeaee westerly en
a Ilea parallel with tha Bid Michael Walton'a south line
a oi deareec S3 annates W. 4 potes; thne N, 17 d..
,rac 30 minute. W. 6970-100 ooles; lh.no N. 54 d.
rreea M. 71 60-100 rod; thene S 17 degree 30 mlautos
Best 40 50-100 pole; then 8. 7 degrees X. 30 80-100
poles; theno N. 68 degrees 58 minutes B. 149 poles to
th beginning, containing foityasre. The property to
be (old aa an eatli. tract, eatimated at two hundred and
forty acre., and appraiBd at 50 per acre. ' .
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balance i on. and two year froa lay of Bl, with in-
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rnI INVITE ATTENTION to some of the most i-
iraorainary cures oy my .
PECTORAL SYRUP.
The. are at home, and any one who has doubt can In
quire of the person who have been cured by.lt .
TiR. KBVBKll T8 PREPARED AV ANT TIME TO
FXAMINH LUNGS WITHOUT CIIARQH, FOR ALL
THOSE WHO NEED HIS MBUlOlDJtB. :
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS A case of dve years'
tending cured byDR. KEXSHlt'B rnuiunati Biaur.
FtTTSsoaou, Jan, 11, 1800.
Da. Kama: Mr wife hu been afflicted With a bad
eough and difficulty of breathing, for Br or alx years,
which, for several years back, had gradually Inoreaaedln
Violence. The complaint naa Deen nereanary, ana en
had been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. In this state of her case, I procured torn of yonr
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, the first timo, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
aod got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace oi me lormer uiara., -...
i vnnM alas .lata that I used the medicine ay
uif in mill anri mnoh. The medicine cured m by tak
log on dos I express my entire satlffartlon with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish thi U you
deaire to Oo so. nm. niunun,
Alderman Fifth Ward..
. PimBuaon, Hot'. 18, IfiSS.
Da. Karim: Although not an advocate of Patent
Medlcloee, In general. It affords me pleasure Indeacrll
hi nrommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a medicine
It Is well woitby the attention of any person who may in
any manner be afflicted with coufths, colds and hoanenea
of any nlud, ana lor mo peculiar iunuiiiuu ,i
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a sa-
w.Mnnlil. 1
I bare been, more or leal. In my life, affected with the
severest of colds and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a lew doses or me aoove syrup
ItwAiitil r.li.va m entirely.
Id recommending this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
By that it is the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
cur tbe above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for diseases eo prevalent.
Your., most respectfully,
EDWARD J. JUNKS,
Cashier Cltisens' Deposit Bank'.
tVrttiBimvrLLi.0.. March 14. IPSO
I have used Dr. Keyscr's Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cneenuny ay it
the best medicine for the same that I have ever t.ken.
, J. W. PRICE.
COT.. PRATT AND DR. KETSKR'B PECTORAL
8YRUP. Da. Kavaaa Dear Sin Excuse the delsy of
m acknowleda-iaa- the excellence of your Pectoral Qongn
Byrup sooner. I take great pleasure In aajlog that It is
all von aav It la. It knocked the nottt out oJ my oouah
,i tha arnnt ona I wu ever afflicted with: I have uot
used mora than one-half of the bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afiilcted would give It as fair a trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It Is no
ooack medicine." I would not suffer another auch an
attark for anv consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fidentloan breath more freely than I evr did. I shall
alwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing ao
excellent a remedy. lou are at utterly to um my name
In thia remrd. aa vou thiDk proper Jfi. r. fllATT,
Messenger uommon uouncu, rittsonrgn, ra.
Pltteburgh,May 11, 1859,
N. B 1 am no stranger to my fellow-eltisent. and
who entertain doubt can consult me personally.
js. r. r.
rrrruBmon. April 24, 1857.
HEAT) THE TRUTH. DR. Kavna: 1 have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad eough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle or your PECTORAL
SYRUP, and before she had used half a bottle (he wu
relieved. The aeeond bottle cured her entirely of her
cough. JOHN DAMN,
Robinson street, Allegheny.
Pii-manenn. December. 81. 1853.
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KRYSBH'e I'KOTOKAL
ftVHTTP. I llva in Peebles township, AlUiheny county.
I had a combine and spitting, which commenoed aoout
tha 4th of February last, and continued eight months.
employed the best physicians In the country, and my
eouah continued unabated until early In October. At
that time I waa advised to try your PKCTORAL COUGH
8YKUP. which I did, and after I bad taken one bottle I
. entlrelv free from the coughlne- and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think It should be
known mat this vaiuaoie reaeay win aa tor omen was.
it ha done in my case. juiia u. i,iiriiK,
Witness B Al. na-R. reeoies wwnoip.
Patton T.r April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time aco, an old
nelahtorof mine wa very HI, with a bad cough which
very one supposed to be consumption, Ula relatives
told me mat ne naa men every remcuy uey nearu oi
without benefit; his brother cam to see mm ai, ana all
mr confirmed in the belief that he could not live
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup,
which I cave him, aod It entirely cured him, to tha aaton
lahment of all. What makes the case more remarkable,
i th extreme age of the man, he being aboutelehty years
old. I have no doubt the sectoral aavea nis lire.
luuairr uinniB
TiR. KEYBER'8 PECTORAL BYRUP IN ELAIR8-
VILLB. Please lend me another supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody around us
has thecold and are Inquiring tor "ut. beysers rectorai
Byrup." We have sold sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, both
of BlalravlUe, Pa , tell us Uiey would not be without II
In tbeir families. .n tact, ail who nte it once want
attain. Yours, respecttuiiy,
id irivTrnimu l an v.
JanuaiyOO, 1800.
ANOTTIER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEY8ER
PECTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and oold lor several weeks w bad was It that I could not
aleen. 1 had the advice and prescription from three of
the best physicians in the city, whom 1 could name, but do
not do so. 1 nnauy procured a ootue oi your rectorai
Syrup, wh ch cured me entirely. Bignea,
' v J. W. S1M0NT0N,
836 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan 0, I860,
STOP THAT;C0U0HIN0." 'How can I do ItV "Go
to Keyset son Wood street ana get a oouieoi nisuougn
pin,.l. and If that don't cur you. your case must be
desperate Indeed." This is aapeoimen of tb colloquy
ona hears almoat (very day in cold catching period of
the veer. And we can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in the adviser's admonition as above, for wa
nave tried too r ecioiai. - hi . um aiuuuurn care, wiui
en tire success, wear two wees ago we went to rittsonrgn,
with one of tb most oisireuing, contrary, mullah, un
(ubduabla ooughe we ever experienced sine our advent
upon mis munaane .piicra. ne guukuvu .icauiiy ana
laborlou.ly for one whole week, in hopes of tiring it out.
but It waa no go. in iacm scemea -miner io naveinv
roved br practice, and to have acquired strength.poten
ev and dittrtttibUltv by the operation. In this stage of
the aleg, we coached our way to Keyser's, 140 Wood St
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;' took it
unnliii to direction, and in forty-eight hours we were
master of tha field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, alter a c-nei dui unequal oonnict witn so
formidable ao adversary as Keyser's famous "Congh
Pectoral." Jjrovntvtu vnpper, wo. m, ira.
t)R. KEYSER'S PECTORAL BYRUP fs prepared an
oldbvDr OEOROB U. KRYSR, 140 Wood street,
Pittsburgh. ra. . .
Uj Bold in uolumDus ny uunnnio at bahusli.
pOOTHACHE BEH1EDYI ''
A SXTRTC CTJBK
Prepared and (old by
' Dit.OEO.H. BETBER,
Price, 83 cents.
140 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Tp Bold In Oolumbus by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
0ct87:3tawdum. . ..r. - n.. ;
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Samuel Parsons' Extcutorsi
Superior Oouit.
JohnK. Heyl et all.
BY TIKTDE OF AN OBDEB OF SALE
tome directed from -the Superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tha door of the
Court House, In me city oi uoiumnus, on
Saturday, the 4th day of May, A, D.' 1861,
between th houra of 10 o'clock A.M., and 4 o'clock p. a.
the following desoribed real estate, sitnata in th( county
of Franklin anM Btate ot Ohio, to wtti Lets No, seven,
(71 (ight, (8) nine. () and lea, (10) of (John and Henry
Miller's subdivision of lots Nos. eishty.nlne, (H0)niaety,
(!J) ana ninety -one, vi) oi urosuy s aoaiiion to out-lot
eestot voiumoas, a. avnneaivu on uie piat meraoi, re
corded In volume one, page seventy, of the record of plats
or cava coumy.
Appraised I.ots Nos. 7, 8, and 9 it 300 00 each,
do Lot No. 10, 4 n no ,
0. W. HUFFMAN, '
' , Master CoramlHloner.
Printer's feet, S 50. ( aprU8-dlt4tw4w
ladies' linen Focket-Handk'fi.
HEMMED STITCHED LINEN HAND
kerchiefs, very wide hems.
Embroidered Linen llandk's all prices.
Hemmed Btitcbed and plain do, do
do' do , colored bordere, -,,! , ,,'
Mourning do black bordere -
do do '." new style crou Itllched. ''
'' PlneAppledo 1 ' new patwrfti
Mlinr Plain and Hemmed Stitched do all prices, j '
Comprising thA noat select attottaent In the city end
at lowest prices. , BAIN A BON, i
ftb98 u No. 9 Sooth High Street.'
THE1 GREAIEST
lEIIIfill
9
DISCOVMi
OF THE AGE.
MB. KENNEDY i r ituAsisjaaa
ha discovered In one of our common pasture weed.
remedy that care ' ' .
Every Kind of Hnmor,
V . . FROM . ,
The worst Sorofalk down to a common Plmpi.
H. hu tried It In over eleven ttnndred oases, and nev-
r failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor.) lie
ha now In his possession over on hundred certificates of
Its value, ill within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottlee are warranted to cure a nursing sore
month.
Ona to three bottles will cure the worst kind or rimpiei
on the face. .:..
Two or three bottles will clear the system or one
Two bottle are warranted to cure the worst canker In
th mouth or stomach.
Three to fir bottle are warranted to cure the wont
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all hnmor In
the Uvea.
Two bottle are warranted to cure running o the ears
and blotches among the hair.
Four to six botlea are warranted to cure corrupt and
running ulcers.
DM bouie will cure scaiv orupuoa oi uiv .kio.
Two or three bottlee are warranted to oure the worst
kind nf rinnmm.
Two or three bottles are warranted io cur uie most
lesperate case or rheumatism.
Three to four bottle an warranted lo cur Bit-Rheum.
Five to eight bottlee will cur the wont oas of acre-
fnla.
- A benefit I always experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect cur. it warranted when the above quantity Is
taken. -
BUABVBI, JUABO.
Dui Madam: The reputation of the Medical DIs
eovery, In curing all kinds of hmon, Is so well esteb-
i.tiAi, nv ine nnanimoaa voice a, en wuu inw hoc
It. that I need not bv anvthlnc on the cuhieot, as the
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggists in
tn country are unanimous in in praiso.
Tn lha Medical Discover? to vour nolle.
do it with a full knowledge of Its curative power, in rJ
lieving all, and curing most of those diseams to wnicii
vou are unfortunately so liable. That most excruciating
diaeaM to an affectionate mother,
NUBSING SOKE WOUT1I,
T. ,nnl aa If hv a miracle: vour own temper 1 restored
to Its natural sweetness, and your babe fmm short and
fretful nape to calm and sweet slumben; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your hutland
and household.
In the more advanced stsges or
OANKEB
It extends to the stomach .causing
Uksra-.I'SIVI.
which to nothing but canker on th stomach; then to th
intestines ana
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evea
to the cares ot your taniiy.
Your stomach I
IIAV AND INFLAMED,
An rood dlatreaaeavou. and vou can only take certain
kin.i.. ndav.nnf that vonr svstem does not net half
the aourisnment II contains, a ma aunmunoua iii
th canker eat It up; men your complexion loses us
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and your best
day la gone. For want of nourishment your srstcm oe
enm.a lnnae and flahbv. and the fibres of yonr body be
eome relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which th
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
CD be;
P.lnlttinn of the heart, pain tn the side, weakness e
th spin and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, irregularity of the bowels, and an
that most excruciating oi aiseasea, we
PILES,
tfnw man thousand of noor women are en Bering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, ind their
next door neighbor does not know the cause. I w'sh te
hnpraes on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
of prevention la better man a pouoa ut cure, in uie
JtlEDlCAL, DHCOVrJIlt
you have both the preventative and flic core, wllh this
great ana gooa quamy, ua i. wiu peer, him, u j
circumstances, do you any injury.
TIIE MEDICAL, DISCOVEBY
te eeneelalv Intended for diseases of the blood, but since
It Introduction in in n csteru eiaies, u i. iouuu iq ne
the beat
- AGUE HEUIEDI .
that eraa ever hef ore the nublic
No chance of diet ever neoesMry eat Uie best you can
and get enough of It.
Diaavmou. roa DSB AOUIIS one laoie .pooniui per
day Children over ten yeara, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight yean, tea spoonful, Aa no directions
eaa be applicable to all eonsltutlons, take sufficient to
operate on we ooweis twice a uay.
sown truiy,
' DONNALD KENNEDY,
Price Sl-00 per bottle. For y every jrnirglat In
the United Slates. . - sepxi aawiy,
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An EffectiTe, Safe and . Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To He original eolor without dyeing, and preventing the
itair irom turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, whan there to th least particle of vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
AndalleutaneousairectioDS of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imnartlnc lo It an uneqaled rlon and brilliancy, makinc
It soft and silky In its texture, and causing it to curl
readily.
The creat celebrity and Increasing demand for (his nu
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial la only necessary to satufy a discerning public of its
soperior qualities over toy other preparation in use. It
cleanses the head and acalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to irrow luxuriantly
giving It a rich, (oft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair is loosening and thinning. It will give
streneth and vlcor to the roots and restore the growth lo
hon parte which have become bald, causing It to yield
r.ih covering oi nair.
There are hundreds of ladles and gentlemen In New
York who have bad their hair restored by the um of this
Invieorator. when all other preparations have failed. L.
H. has in bis possession letters Innumerable testifying
to the above facia, froa persons of the highest redsecta
billty. It will effectually prevent th hair from turning
until th latest period of life; and In oasea whera'tha hair
ha already changed Its color, the use of the Invigorator
will with oerteinly restore It to it to it original hu, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. Aa a perfume for the
toilet and a iiair Kestoratlve It is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the gnat fa
eilltlee It affords in dieselng the hair, which, when moist
with the Invigorator, can be dressed in any required
form so as topreaerve It place, whether plainer in curia;
hence the gnat demand for It by th ladies as a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wlthout.aa the price
place. It within the reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cents
per bottle, te be had at aU respectable Druggist and
rensoaera.
L. MILLER would eall the attention of Parents and
Ouardians to the um of hit Invigorator, tn cases where
the children's hair Inclines to be weak. Th us of
lays the foundation tor a pood Aeaot of hair, aa it re
move any Impurities that may have become connected
with the acalp, the removal of which la necessary both
for the health of the child, and th future .appearance of
It ilalr. ,
Oactio. None genuine without the fac simile LOUIS
MILIKK being on tne outer wrapper; also, t. Mil,
LKR'8 HAIR INYIOORATOR, M. Y., blown in the
glees.
Wholesale Depot, 58 Dey street, and sold by all the
principal Merchants end Druggists throughout the world
' Liberal discounts puniisjera by the quantity, ,
I else desire to pretent to the American Publlo my .
TEW AID WFEOVZD INBTA5TATS0DS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of sctentifle experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It djea Black or Drown instantly
without Injury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the best
article of the kind in existence.-
V PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS. ; ,
Depot, 66 Dey St., New York.
OetS&dltwly. - - - - -
WHO SHOULD USE
J. DOVEE; DODS'
DR.
IMPERIAL WINE .BITTERS?
All who era afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Langs should use them.
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion. Dys
pepsia or PUm should eaa them. , ,
All who suffer from Oeneral or IfervoasDi'iU -Restlessness
et sight, Want of Bleep, ac, should see
them. . .
All persons who are convalescent after fever or other
sioknCM should uw Ihea. ...... -., , . -
Minis ten of the Gospel, Lawyers, Lecturers, and al
publlo speakers should ub them. ' '
Book Keeper, and all persons leading a sedentary If
should ose tha. . - .
. The aged and rotna Should aee thea,
All who require a stimulant or tonlo shoultl use them.
All who en addicted to the use of ardent spirit and
wish to infora, should iMtheB. .
They an made of span Sherry Wine, and of the na
tive plant and herb ot th country, end should be re
commended by temperance societies, clergymen, physi
cians, and all friends of humanity.
' They are prepared by en experienced end skillful phy.
sic tea, and, aside froa their Bcdlcinal proyertlea, are a
Boat delightful beverage, and yet, a s medlolne, are as
Innocent and harmless aa the dews of heaven. . '
Sold by druggists generally, (
CHASXU WISlUnnD ft CO., roprWton,'
' ' - T8 milUM St., Rets York, ,
EOBEHTS 4 8AUUXL, Agents. ,
V- , it tjaiaBaana, Ottt
ctSSdAwlp. , y ;..'- -4- w,.;.
a
""ATV
CURE
C2f CURE
NervousHeadache
CURE
or
By the use of these Pills the pertodlo attacks of Her-
tout or flfci Headache maybe prevented; end if taken
at the commencement of an attack Immediate relief froa
pain and sickness will be obtained .
They seldom fall In removing the Hautea and -
ache to which females an so subjeot.
They act gently upon the bowola nmovlng OotHv
neti. , i .
For lAierary Afen, Student!, Delicate Female
ud all persons of aitory habitt, they ere value
as a laxative. Improving the appetite, giving tone
moor to tha digestive organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
THE CEPHALIC PILLB sre th result of toag laves
tlgatlon and carefully conducted experiments, having
been In use many Jean, during which time tbeyhave
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the nereow
system or from a deranged state of the ttomach.
They are entirely vegetable io their composition, an
may lie taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and the abtencv of any
ditagreeable tatte rendert it eaey to adminieter them
children.
BBWAKE UF CUUMTIBraUTB I
The genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box,
Bold by Druggists and all other Dealen lo Medicine.
A Boa will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt ef the
Prloo, 83 Oontfls
All orden should be addressed to
nENIIY O. StaIDINO,
48 Cedar Street, Near Vara..
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WOO BUFFER FROM .
HEADACHE,
THAT A
SPEEST AND SURE CUBE
13 WITHIN THEIR REACH.
A thete Tettimonlalt were vneoUeiled byVn. Bpalb
iho, they afford unquestionable proof of the tjffi '
criey o tliit truly tcientilc diicotery. ,. ,
MaanirviLue, Cunh , Feb. S, 1W1-
lilt. BrALDiMa.
Sis: ' '
I have tried vour Crphalio Pills, end Uie t htm to
wtll that 1 want you to send me two dollars worth more.
Part of thete are for the nelghbora, lo whom I gave
few out of the first box I got from you. :
Bend the Tills by mail, aod oblige
Your ob't Servact,
JAMES KENNEDY.
navntroitn, Pa., Feb. 6, 18GJ.'
Ma. Bfaldixo. .
8m:
I wish you to send me one more box of yonr Cephalic
Pills, J have received a great deal of benefit from them,
Yours, respectfully,
MARY ANN 8T0IKH0U8B.
BntrceCenx, ncwTimrrns Co., Pi.,
' aooary f , I",.. - i
II. C. BrALDiao.
Bin:
You will pleete send me two boxes C yonr Cephalio
Pills. Bend them immediately. .
Respectfully yours,
JNO. B. BIM0N8.
P. B- ,ir wed one bom of your I 'Hit, and find
thtm excellent.
Drue Yirnoh, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1861 .
Brnitr 0- BraLPiao, Esq.
Please find enclosed twenty -fire cents, for which seed
me another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are truly
the beet 1'illt I have ever tried.
Direct A. STOVER, P. M.,
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
Btvntur, Man , Dee. 11, 1860.
n.C. Bpammxo, Esq.
I with for some drcnltra or large show bills to bring
your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo
mers, if you have anything of the kind, plesse send to
me.
One i.f my customers, who Is subject to severe tick
rteadache, (usually lasting two days,) vat cured of an
attack in one hour by your I'Vle, which I sent her.
Respectfully yours,
W.B. WILKES.
RtYNOLosatrRo, Fsanxuk Oo., Ohio,
January U, INil.
naKRv C. f rAiniNu,
No. 46 Cedar St., N. Y.
Due 8ia:
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (25,) for which send
box of "Cephalic Pills." tend to addieas of Rer. Wm.
C. Filler, Reynoldtbnrg, tranklin Co., Ohio.
Your Pill work like a charm cure Headache al
molt inttdnter.
Truly yours,
WM, 0. FILLER.
Yrsaairri, Mir.li., Jan. 14, 18C1.
Ma. BrLoiKo.
Sir:
Nc t long since I sent to yon for a box of Cephalic Pills
for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Oostiveness,
and received the um, and they had to good an eject
that Ivsat induced to tend for mote.
A. R. WHEELER,
YpsilanU, Mich.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. ' '
- Cephalic PHI accomplish the object for which (hey
were made, vis.t Cur of headache In all Ita form. , ,
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
They have been tested In more than a thousand case
with entire success.
From the Democrat, St. Cloud, Minn. . , ,
If you are, or have been, troubled with the headache
send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that you. Bay have
them in case of an attack, , . .
From the Advertiser, Providence, R.I. :.
The Cephalic Ptlla are said to be rematkably effective
remedy for the headache, end one of the very best for
that very frequent eomplalnt.whlch hu ever been die
covered. From Uie Western R. R. Osteite, Chicago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Spauldlng, and bia uorivalel
Cephalic Pills.
1 . t- -1 1
From the Kanawha Yalley Star, Kanawha, Va.
' 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 themt you that are afflicted, end we an sura that
your testimony can be added to th. already numerona
list that has received benefits that no other medicine eaa
produce.
From the BU LjuIs Democrat. . . . , i
'. The Immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pills
le rapidly increasing. ' . .
Prom the Colette, Davenport. Iowa. " ' .' '
Mr. Bpalding would not connect bis name with an ar
Uclebe did not know to poaaaM real merit, , t
ICFA single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
OLUA will save ten times lla cost annually .QI
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE f
: SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I -
, , SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE 1 .
SAVE THI PIE0E8I ' ;'
E0ON0MTI . . . ., DI8PATCHI
JU"'A Stitch n Tiae Savb Vtm."J3l
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated fern'
lllea. It linn ii..(ri,ii tn have om cheap and coa"
venlent way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery,
SPlT.T)TK(i'g PREPARED OLUE "'"'' '
Beets all each emergencies, and no household eaa afford'
to be without It. It Iseiwajs reaoy, ana np to u sucsr
Ing pointy cgfljlt ,V1.BT n0OBB. ,;,
, N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. . . . ,
rente. Address,
,. . iienitr v. Braivinu, ' .
' 1 ' No. 48, Cedar Btrert, New Tort,
'I T-"i ' ;- . i CAUTION. .,
As certain unprincipled penone an attempting to'
palm off on the nnsuspeotlng public. Imitations of By
fRBPARBD OLUM, I would oautlon all persona to ex
amine befor purchasing, and sea that the full name, .
'- h rw Ai'i'"
to on the ooteld wrapper; all other an swtndtiugeoa
tevf.lt. ' W
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