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JUST RECEIVED BY
WLIA. GILL,
IJo. 30 North High Otreet,
0u t Ik UrgMt and Bt MMUd Aftwtt
or
IESEctar ci'-w.ta.ro
L. , . ' avBit vvsnvTi iw THTS CITY! ;
' ' ti r ill 1 l :
: HOBse ; ; . duiiaera r Brnismnp
' na btbut btvi.b AND aUALITY.
' "AANTB OROTJN D IN OIL, . ,
i :',''V n4 pe,ePM Ulf poend oan for family use, and Dry
! . " 'PaJttabB.k.V
J. tv Brushes of every variety & quality,
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
'-' AXES GRINDSTONES, Sat.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o. t
, . ;Ar. FISHING TACKLE.
':. '. i - ROPE & CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER-
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS," PUMPS, V
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, to;, - ;
t, . SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 M mhllj tsvltt th attenttoa of til Interested to my
, itosk of Poeket tad Table Outlsry, ud
' : IILVettfrLATGU FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
. of BOG ERR A BBO'S. Manufacture, warranted to bt
xtra heavy, Btootre-Plated.on genuine A lbetta.
Oeaatry Merchants, Mechanic, and other, tit Invited
to call aad siamlne By Stock, m I km prepared to ten
Wnotoal and Katail. - WSI. A. GILL.
Ootoavaea, Ohl. M a 8, 1800.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
- FAMILY CR0CE8JES
No. 106 South High Street
jy eicdomld
' DEALER IN
TEAS, v.
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
' w IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES, t
Dally Avrlwal ! Caada
-For the Fall and Winter Trade
Of ,1860-61.
' THANK!
rat THK rCBLIO for put ftyera and palroa-
-a, and betag DBTEK111B"L H""1
7oatlaaaaM of awt by atrlet atleatlaai f
traaa, and aranst ttellrary 5aaaa,
Ivsnld eall tna aaflce of the public to the faot that
BMlac atArga and well Selected Stack oa
hand. aad being tndally reorlpt of goodi fraa Om dlf er
al aarketa, I flatter ajaelf that I oan offer to tha dtl
aaiof Oototabas, Of to any who naj deelra to parehaoe,
aa aatortnent of artklaa appertaining to the GBOOBBY
trade, CIEtlCAl.ED by anyhonao la the otty.
Ae priee aad qaarlty of the good offered, I ffU"
aataa ta giwa aatlefactlaa. '
Good Delivered Pre of Charge,
' WM. MoDONAIiD.J
Baltimore Clothing
Honse.
aaorAOnmBU ana waouaaui duupu la
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
, No. 308 W, Baltimore-street, '
(awnran lombtt wa aowau,)
, - BALTIHOHE, ITIa. '.
A Urge Aaaorttaant of Ti and Turmlihlag
'. "eoodi CoaiUatij oa Eaad . , , i , :
'lOeOUly .
, WUUam ua.. CUll
, ... OOldJlOHUa, OHIO ..." i
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
; And Seed Store,
s. ; .. " MAUm III - '.. !
GENERAL HARDWARE,
, ;txsL,atxs$, ms, tvm. oordasb,
Saiga, rial ala, Waad WHUw Ware
; atfttraal Babber Belting, loee toathtr, Hoot and
ktac. arn-oiy
!G.;- DOYLE & CO.
- - Mannfaotnren and Wholesale Dealen In
BOOTS AND SHOES
Soothaaat Corner of High and Cay Sta.,
V. No 00 .
COLUmUUSe... .....OHIO,
MA targe I took of Pine and Staple Ooodt ea hand
gai-dif " - 'l '' ' - -
SUNDRIES.
hima,
TAPIOCO,
Arrow Hoot,
Bootch Oat If eat
Bioeflowr' ,. '
Peart Barley
Cracked Wheat
Ooee
Oreaa Tartar,
tigt . "
Beadlaa Balilna
Split Peat .
Chocolate
Broma, eta. ' . , , ,
Soda ,
Pninea ' " ',
PnebTomatoM ;
Sreen Cora
Peachet
freth Oana'l Pralta of every deaerlptlea;
jellleaM an ainai; , .
flavoring Bxtraeuef all klpV. "
ttaniDrope: Mixed Oandiee; 4
'-', vi AlBWoda, filbert, peeoa Note,
llngliah Walnata, Braail Naia.afo,'
aoST wm. Mcdonald.
Ejr.TCOLLSGTER,
; Wbalwaala aa italaU Dealer la '
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
' No. C5 Fifth Btwejt, ;
: PIT ' SBUIlon, Pa.
Ka . jint!y an baael all tka wa-
1 ..f9 BKANlia al ,.
Xznipoxtodl Oiffaro.
OcU evi . - 'i
,J lacea and Emhroidcries,
VAl.E'nilEII!K.MIiTr,E 4k POINT
LmCoUareaDd sella, french, Pnher and Thread
. lie Veil, new pattern).) VaLonrlene. Thread and
pntut lCrakroxlered Collara, 8t, Trifnmlnp and
- :r, lee Pxrtax aad Ooiffurea, Piwa Linn Collar,
( aad Cuiu, Ambcoldered Oollara and Cv.Hi In Settt.
BAIN a SON,
' fetas aTo. 80, loath High Street
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.---Time
Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS & CINCIN'I
fc-Ji .H . i-r -- ft t
RAILROAD.
OoBDKliDgttCmtilD with tlx PITTSBUBQH, IT
WAYNE 0BI0AQ0 KAILRUAU
fbr Pitttbttrgh, PhUadtlphia mid BaiUmor. Mto
" for Fori Way and Chicago. ... . .
CoDDWtlnf st Cleralind with the LAK1 BH0B1 BAIL-
ROAD
rr Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Uoa-
ion,ananew inn .
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
, , EXCEPT SUNDAY, s
Iron Oolumbui, In oonnectlon with Tnlai oa th
iiTTiiR iniAini and commnns
AND XENIA UllLHUAira.
FIRST TEAIS. - .
iiifiHT VTPR1C8I. Lnni Oalnmbai t 3.40 A,M I
will tn pengeri kt all itatlona touth ol Ualiun,
top at Delaware, kthltj, Cardington and 011al, and
at 9;4i A. M., Dunkirk J:SS P. M.. Buffalo 8 S5 P. M.
t ail BtaiUAnfl norLn 01 uBiiona BrriviuK
llhanv S:UU A. M.. New Xork 1U .W A. m.,
P. at , PltUburgh Tla Orettllna 3;XU r. m , rnuauoi
phla5:10 A. M. Ouleago via 0rutllnaat8'S(iP. H.
BBOOND TRAIN.
vnw Yi-inir ur PRESS Lmtbi Columbui at 11:10
a. b. Will itop at Uwli Centre, Delaware, Cardlnglon,
Oalion, OreatUne, Bhelhj, New London, Wellington and
Qrarton, arrire at Ulereiana ai -a p.
a na m HiifT.ln. 10:2S d. m.: Albany. p:5a. m.
i.-v..ir n. m Rminn. 4:40 d. in. : Plltiburxh.
fln.tlln. 8:20 n. m.: Phlladelpbta. 10 a. m., Con-
nantiat Bhelbf for all nolnu on tuuuumy. mauiuciu
Newark B. R., north of Shelly.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leavet Colnmbui
at 3:0 p. m. Will itop at all itauoni conm oi ouciujt
n1 T MMW I .(111(1 fill . lUHTUCnUSr. .1 CI11U.IVUI "l""u"
il... rri t r'lnvfl.nri t 9:10 n.m.: Dunkirk,
a.ui. Dnir.iA. i-'Xla. m.: Albany. 3 '30 n. m.'. New
York.:30p m.; Bolton. 11:45 p. m.; PitUbnrgb. Jo
. lfim. m.: PhllAdelnhla, 5:1S p. m., uon
neoia at Bbelbj for all points on Bandusky, MamUeld
Newark Railroad.
Patent Sleepincr Can are run
on al
Big-at Trains to Chicago, Hew
York and Boston. '
Baggag Cktektd Through to Jfao Yorl and Bout on
, Aw Yorkvia Orutlint.
RETURNING.
Nlnht Exprea arrlyei at Oolumbm at
Cincinnati Kxpreia " "
. Accommodation, " "
..ll:4r,P. M.
11:10 A. M.
:10P. M.
Fare aa Lew at Ty aajratlur Koale
Atk for TUkiU via Off Hint or Clttdand.
. b. b: niNT.
.. Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio
JAMES PATTBRBON, Agent,
- Columbui, Ohio.
Columbui, April IS, 1351.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
CONNBCTIVQ VIA
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
- WITH TUB
BALTIMORE & OHtO R,
. , . . . AND VIA
Bellaire . and Pittsburgh
WrtHTHB'
Pennsylvania Central R- fi.,
FOB .:;-.
Boston, New York PhiUdelpbia, Baltimore,
Wathlogton City, FitUbnrgb, and
v.' . all Eastern Citiei.
N0..1 IXPRESS
Aalnmbna ai 3 .10 A. If .: itooi at all ilationt eait
of Newark whea aignalled. A rriyee at Newark at 4:50 A.
M..Zaneniile atOiOQ A. M. Bellaire at 10:80 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore k. Ohio K. K., and Tla
ritlaburghwith reuuyirania . . lor an enwru ciirai.
NO. 2 XXPBES9 , . ' .
LeayeaOolumbut at 11:18 A. M.; itopa at all atationi
wheati(i)alledw .,Arrlyei at Newark al 12:48 A. II.,
aaneerilie ai s:ue r. m., neuaire a, w.iw r. , wn
aeetlng with the Baltimore a Ohio B. B. for all eaitera
eillea. . . ' .
HO. 3 BXPftISS ' ' ,
Leavei Coiombnt at MOP. H.J itopiatall itationlwhen
aignalled. Arrirei at Newark at 4:30 P. at., ganeerllie
atS.W P. 11.. Bellaire at 0:45 P. M., conneeting Tla
Pltuburah wilh the P eonaylvania B. R. for all eaatern
oitiee. ,. ,. . ,,i
Thit Bowie offra the ADVANTAOB of a Throneh
Ticket and Baggage Check to WASHINGTON CITY,
and alio clyet Ibe PatKnger the priyllege of yliitlng
BALTIMORE, PHILADBtiPBIAaad NlrT-YOBK, at
the oeet of a New-York Ticket alone; or Ibe privilege of
Tietting allot he principal 8RABOABD CITIES at the
i rJ . ariSTON Ticket alone, via olher Bootee.
ThreaghTickettto NBW-YORKcan be procured via
WABUIBUIUII Uili,atan naaiuoaai czpenieoi aa.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
,. .' ' : .At oa other Boulea..
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
" ASK fOB TICKBTS YIA : S -Calnmeni
and Bellalra ar Wbeellng-.
; JSO. W. BROWN,'
Apr. 15. '' ' - i ,. Sen. Ticket Jgtnl.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
cheat National route.
T EBB1INATK AT WAJHIINOTON
nA Baltimore oo the Bait, and Wheeling; Beowood
and Parkenbnrg on the Weet, at which placet it anitet
with Railroad!, gteamen, Ac, for and from all pointt
In the .... .' ; , . ' '
Wea(, loath.weit and Nortb-tef
" THREE TRAINS DAILY ' ; ,
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
Thit 'la the only route to Waihlngton Oily. . ''
Paaiengeraby thit route can vlilt Baltimore, Phlla
delpbia. New York and Boaton, at the coat of a ticket to
Boiton alone by other line.
Throngh ticket! to the Batters cltlee can be procured
via Waahingtoa Oily at an additional charge of two dol
lar. flue iTTima to a u. Kiobt Tatim. -'
7lmea qvici and fart at tow a via any eMer
row.
Inquire for tloeeti via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any of the principal Railroad officei In the Wet,
. H SULLIVAN, ob'1 Wee teni Agent,-
- Bnxnai, Ohio.
L. MT COLB, Oeneral Ticket Agent, .
W. P. SMITH, Matter Trantportation, : " ''
octSo-tf. . BaiTiaoai, Md.
IMPORTED GOODS.
JTJIT RECEIYED
20 eaaee Italian Oil, Barton A Co., for table Bit.
in vrencn Jiaiiaro. lavonie nrana:
6 " Boned Sardinet, the BEST Sardinei Imp'td
4 " of Capen and Olive.
k " Table Seneae "Lea A Perrln'i Worcester
thlre." 4'Soyer"e Sullana," "John Ball,"
. "Harvey," "Heading."
tn " Walnut and Tomato Catena.
75 dot. Croat A Blaokwall't celebrated Engllih
Picklet, confuting of "OanllOower," "PI-
ealill," Cbow-Ohow," "Walnnt," 'On
Ion," "Cabbage,'' 'Beana," "Oherk'i'
M'x Pickle.
BO " londoa Porter. ' ' "
lOO Oanpbell'teelebrated Scotch Alt.: 'r '
6 eatetGingef Pnterve. - '
SObewetlUlUa Maoaronl.aBd VtnaaelUa.
eroee Oox'l Oelatla.
Oolemao't celebrated BngHth Votard, is ktgt, boxei
eaat and bottle. . t- ,i .
do7 wm. ici)oLi.
J0H5 H WHEEIEB, '
A CENT PORHOIrlEf OONTIBIBN TAli,
iV MaaaaTTaJi, bBTarrr, and irtum tit latt go.
New Yoaa; Hnctu.wnt and Cm f rat or HtiTro
New xoai. 1.1 ra and uoxx. botcu iiira. ,
Office, 81 Illt-le t. "arafe'a HI .
W-dly '
Alexandre's Kid Gloves. . "
TkliBfTt AND EnBBwIBEBED, BIOVR
I OU1TAIK.B aad reularhae Black BldSlovet,
embroidered In white, neeeata, parole, Aa. TJodreaeed-
Kid Olovea. Mlieet KM Ulovee. a compiew aatoruneot
Of tbtMeelebrated flloveealwayiroraaieby
BAIK
BOIf.i
febM
No. 9 Sooth nigh rlrect.
O an ton, Llattinga.
e.
I
4. !(, -4v White aid Hl.T and
; While Checked of (oportor qoaltly. For Kate '
BihSl ' !'. No. S South High It, "
, ' Co-Partnership. ' j t.
If avKTIllWOA'r ADlTflTTElT FI
ton JAMBS ADOBR BAIM at partner la aid buei-
aeie, wbicbwill aareaftef atemoanntea wneefin Bra
Bain A Sob. ' P. BAIN, SO Benth High St.- :
Oolibwa,eb. iboi.i' ' " itaia .
OHIO BTATE3UAM
3H
am
1
Nos. 35, 58 & 40, North High St
INCREASED FACIIITIES 1
HAVING MOVED INTO, MT'
NEW BUILDING,
... HAVE ..
areatly Enlars
mil JOB WARM
WHILE BOTE ilAVit trna , n , .)
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
..... c; -with : ';' ; .i ;
New Types, Borders, urnamenus,;
fROM TUB OELKBBATKD fOPNDRY Of '
C. T.; WHITE & CO NEW YORK,
.: THUS MAKINO IT THl-.l ; ;,
Most Complete : Estahlishment
, ; IN . THE CITY, . ' . J
I am now nreparod to Exocnto all Order for '
BOOK AND JOB
WITH DISPATCH!
And In tbo lloit AppwTod Style of tbe ArV
. t . . -"1 I.)...
panTinni.AR ATTENTION PAfD TO , ,
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
.' i
Ullla of Ladlnft (!lrcnlara( .
. Hill Headti Blanka, Deede,
t'mrtnifmtn. Kecclnta,
, Dray Tickete, Kcg:ilert,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS, .
CASD8,
HEABINQS,
BOTES,
ENVELOPES,
CONTEACTS.
Illustrated Show Bills,
i FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,1
Show BUli, Hand Bill, LabaU, Concert PrO
framiuoa, School and wueee acuemee, ou- ,
tel Billa of gara, InviUUong, ?'j
BOOK. "Vol'lS.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION - '
School and College Catalogue,! . ' ' ' . ..
Mia cell an eon Pamphleta,
CoDjUtntiont, Report, Brlefi, ae
Printing in Gold and Colors
I O S T B .DR-'-S
Printed in lyery Color on j , ,;'
Hammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Pr of the kind In Central Ohio.
Vi foitlliUae for dolnr any and all of the above deacrip-
Uont of work, are now nniurpuaed, and eatiafactloo WIU
e gnaranteed in all eaiea. 1 i -
irTAll work forniihed promptly by the time promleed.
, ; ., RICUARD MBVINS.
Th Court of Common Pleaa, franltUn
:Ccnn-
... ,-H.r.l .tyOhlO.' -
Sarah J. Walton 1 o ',..,; ::
T(. S Sale In Partition. ' "' j
Lucinda Walton etal.) !' . . ., . ' ''? I ' :"
IN PIJBBUANCE OF AN OKDEIC Of
the aaid Court to me directed, I will offer for tale at
public auction, at the door of the Court House, In th
city of Coluabut.on ' ; Vi . i I . .
Toesday, May 7ib, lBfal, ' -i ; ;
tha following detsrlbed real eitate, tltnafh IB Norwich
townahip. franklin oounty, Ohio, to wit: ' J i
Part ol Ibe W. B. Benueld aarvey, No. &M, boanded
at follow,: Beginning at a atone in the road leading from
Colnmbui to Dublin; being the toulh-eaiterly comer to
lot No: one, In the aarvey In proceeding la partition to
Michael Walton; thence with the (oath line of laid lot
No. 1,8. 65 degree W. 149polet,toa atone eonth west
erly corner to asld lot ; thence with the westerly line
thereof, N. 27 degreee W. 31 SO 100. polci to a atone,
north wetterly corner or aaid lot, and comer to land be
longing to the beln of Apollot Bogen; thence with their
Une N. 17 K degreei W. 4034 polet to a atake, another cor
ner to aaid hairi' land; thence with another of their linei
8. 64 degreea, W. 301 X polet to a Make and ttone In the
original weat line of the rarvey, and aoath-weel coraer to
taidhcir'a land; thence with tbeoriglnal line of aaid ur
vey, 8. 43 degreei 30 minatea,B. 73 pole to a itone.nortb
uterly corner to a tract of land of two hundred acrei
eonTeyed by Abner Olapp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
27, lKi thence with hla line B. 63 degree, . 3ul polei
to ajtonejanother corner of aaid Olapp't land;ihenc with
fhl line, B. 27 degreea. B. 14 BO 100 Poki to
another corner ot aaid C lapp't land; thence with another
of hla lloea N . oJdegreei a. m poiea to none, anoinet
of taid Clapp't eornert; thence wilh another of hi lino,
H. 27deirreea a. v voies we ihiub, uv,iicrui hiu
thence with another of hi I bee N
deerert B. SI noleito a itone, north eaaterly coraer to
. . . U a tu a . L--
aaidClapp t ianu; wence . wt uci.v- . yvim
and 14 link; thence N. 11 degreea W., following
the Dublin Koad aeventy.eignt poiet w me begin
nine, containing 873 acrei, be me tame more
leett and alto, In th tame tnnreyi 554, : ai
iininin. the above deteribed tract, another tract ot
38-1 (10 acrea. bounded a followi: beginning at a ttone
tonth-eaiterly corner to the above described tract, thence
N. 6U B.ll pole and llnkt to a ttone la the
Dublin Road from which a cherry tree 80 inches
in rfi.m.l.r. heara M. 34X deirrteiB.69 link,, then
K iw degree B. 17 polei and 16 link to a post, from
which a walnut IS lnehe In diameter bean B. 40 Y de
gree B. 8 link distant, thence M. S7 degrees W.t polet
and SI links to a stone In the south line of Henry Ue
Cracken's land; thence 8. 75X degrees W. Si pole and
S links to a post In the Dublin Boad.8. corner to
said McOracken'a bad! thtno 8. 10 degreei B. M poles
and IS link to a post, thence 8, t- degieea IL'i poles
and 19 link to tn beginning. . . . -. . .
Excepting from said two trscls.lhe following described
part thereof, heretofore let off to Bllzabeth Armlstead,
described a follows: Commencing at the teatli-east cor
ner of Michael Walton's land above mentioned; theooe
south with the Dublin road 8 rods; thence westerly on
a Hoe parallel with the asld Michael Walton's south line
B. ox degreea oa minuiee tt . an purc., hcdcv n. no.
maaaomlnalasW.:70-loO poles; tbeac M. 64 de
grees B. 71 WMOOrodi; thence. 17 degrees 30 minutes
Bast 40 50 100 poles; thence S. 7 degree B. 30 0 )U0
polet; thence N. 82 degrees 52 minutes K. 149 poles to
th beginning, eontaining forty eorea. 1M property to
be sold at an enure tract, estimated.! two hundred aad
forty acres, and appraised at per acr. , , j
Thum gin. One third in hand on dy of sale.
balance In one aad two years from day of salt, with In.
tereat secured by mortgage. ,
OBORQB W HnPFUN,3
. April , ie61.rdIt-Aw4w.- , ,:JUMriSd n
HUNNEWELLj'S - ..
Cl
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I
i COUGU REMEDY.
' mm all Threat and Lun OomnhlntAi belndng, With
moat perfect tetulu, Waoorwa Coca a, Cbmowc ai
Oohmow Coooaa, BaoarnuL ad Tbrmt CIonruiaTi,
.Iw.v. rnrarunnera of Oonsumution. A A SooTBlM
Bvanrtt has no superior, freed from all Opiate or
Baetie properties, may be ased by most delicate eooatle
totions, anOWUflpeneMoannunew. . -i ,
HTJNNEWELL'S 'a
; CELEBRA.TED , , . t
) . TOLU ANODYNE.
Ths OaaTT Nxtuisl Onar ever offered to the
world, eontaining not a particle of upturn, our any aug
is i. .trifrtl veretable and medical nrouertiet.
a mrm Imli far Nanaawia. RnaoaiTUB, (JouT,
TooTWaira Baa Acna, Oatakr, BostoaUar Ptvaw,
and all minor Nsrvoos Complaints. . . '
. f oa Lessor 8Lir, and Headache to ait ioi varieties.
It has no eonal. ind to wbico most nnaouuHsu wsubodi
atoaraeCeitaV -' A -' ' ' ' . r
Hn. mt.itiMi Taawna la a moss ssreoi rewni ,
n Rnwai. Ooaruitrrt. after removing the pa la tt acta
as a physic, eaost knportaoi eoatrasi wuo toe aweupa-
ov. vhMifthui. WonaaM and Trial Battles will M teat.
and to Dealer or Invslld a deseripUvd pampb let wtthout
'piistage-ttaBrp." - - "'" ; -; ..- i ,
'Prepared andet the tpectol tapaTvlsloB of jti
. -: jom xi; nwptiyfM.i
; ,.Jt " t o n i wwsr rw"awiyaT,'
'- pr t Cottmoretal Brf(6fto,( Vais-
To whoa pleas direct all eossaaulclioas.,'....:'g J -,,
Prkes-Larr Cough Remedy, BO beau per bottle.
- Bmatl ' .. ' - ;
ii iJ i Tola Aaedyae, '"" i""11 A ' '
Por tale by the asaal wholesal wad retail eaattn,
KOHBra nuiUi) i t 9&'
JOHN B. COOK, , J. Mt IiKNIU,
. PRNIOA BOBS, " A J. BOHUBLLBB A SOW,
auyl7-wly f-fett l tombas, Ohm.
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rat acknowledctd Beads of th Profession tn eita
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, Ku .... .. . fANCy DRB8S BILKS. '
W ar bow offering ear Immense stock of fancy Dress
Rltta at prices tas than m before affered la this city.
Xhavattentieanot the lodist of UiU at and vtelnttv Is
solicited, t oar stock Is vera telect and complete I all
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IT?! INVITB ATTENTION to tome of the moil ex
Inordinary euret by my
PECTORAL SYRUP.
They are at home, and any one who has doubts can In
quireufthaperaonwhohavebeeoearedfcy.it.
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DR. KBYBKR 18 PREPARED AT ANT TIME To
EXAMINE LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGE; FOR ALL
THOSB WHO NEED 1118 MEDICINES. .
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A ease of five years'
tending cured by DK. KEiSER'B PEOTOReL SYRUP
PmstDKsa, Jan, 11, I860.
DR. Kivata : Mr wife has been afflicted with a bad
ough and difficulty of breathing, for five or six yeara.
wbicb , lor several year back, had gradually increased in
violence. The complaint has bean hereditary, and shs
had been treated by several physician without any re
lief. In this state of her case, I procured some of your
Pectoral uoutn rrrun. i oonanu uis nrsi urns, a nuy
cent bottle, which relieved bar very much : I the sailed
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace ol tn former aiseaaa, except weak
ness. 1 would also slat that A ased toe medioine my
self to a cold and coorh. The medicine cared m by UK
Ing on dote I express my enure eausiacuoa wtui tor
medicine, and you are at liberty tn publish thit If you
desire to do to. nai. bilsuk,
Alderman IITlh Ward.
' PiTTtsuaeH, Nov. 18. IB58.
Da. Ksvsait: Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, in general, it affords me pleasure Indeeeiiba
hi. to recommend vuur Pectoral Sirup. As a medicine
u ia mil vorthv the attention of any Person who may la
any manner be afflicted with couphs, colds and hoeraeoeea
ol any hind, and lor tue peculiar quaiuioeiiona sor ra-
movlug all that disagreeable sensation auenoing a -
..Mtnnlit.
I have been, more or less, In my life, affected with the
severest ol colds and hoarseness. At times my throat
woald become so closed aa to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few dose of th above Byrnp
It would relieve me entirely.
In recommending thit medicine, I mast unhesitatingly
7 that it 1 the best remedy I ever found, ourportlnr to
ear the above, nor should any family be withoat thy
remedy for diseases so prevalent. , . .
Yours, most respectfully, i
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Oitbwni' Deposit Bank.
Btiuhmvilli.0.. a!arehl4. 1R5B
I have used Dr. Keyset's Congo. Syrup for a bad oough
of several yeara standing, and can eneenuuy say it it
the best medicine lor tue same mat i nave ever men.
J.W. PRIOB.
COL. PRATT AND DB. KEYSEB'S PEOTOBAL
SYRUP. Da. Kavaaa Dear Sir. Excuse th delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Oough
Syrup sooner. 1 take great pleasure in laying that It is
all yon say it Is. Jttnouatnoutowa myeoug
and the worst one I wa ever afflicted wilh: I have not
used more than one-half ot the bottle, and 1 can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give It as (air a trial
as I have don, and they will be proud to say, "It la no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another tuch an
.tuu-k fnr onv consideration, or at any ooet. I am con-
ndentlcan breathe more freely tban lever did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing to
excellent a remedy. on are at nueriy w us my nam
In this rerard. aa vou think D roper. X. F. PRATT.
alessenger Common Councl1, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, alay ll,lH5t.
N. B I am no stranger to my feUow-eluaent. and '.:
who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
E. P. P.
PiTTsanaoB, April 94, 1857.
READ TUB TRUTH. Da. Ktmaaa: 1 hare a daugh
ter who ha taken several medicines for a bad oough,
without beneflt among them Ayer't Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of your FBCTORAL
BYHUP, and before she had used half a bottle she wet
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely of ber
cough. JOHN DARIN,
nooinsou ssruei, Aiisgueny.
- Prmrsnaaw, December, 31, 1853.'
A GREAT CURB BY DB, BBYbEU'8 l'BOTORAL
SYRUP. 1 liv In Peebles township, Allegheny oounty.
I bad a coughing and spitting, which eoBuneneed Boost
the 4lh of yetoraary last, and continued eight months. 1
employed In best pbytieiana In th eooatry, and asy
oough continued unabated an til early In October. Al
thst time I was advised to try your PEOTOBAL COTJQH
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken on bottle I
waa entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I bad
despaired of tvtr getting well, and I think It should be
known that this valuable remedy will do for ethers what
tt has dons inmycase. JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. U. Bsaa. Peebles townblp.
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PiTToaTr., April 14, 1867.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time ego, aa old
neighbor of mine waa very illjwttha bad oough which
very on supposed to be consumption. Ul relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard ot
without benefit; his brother cams to see mm die, and all
were confirmed In the belief that he eould not live. I
had about lb third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrnp,
which l Kave blm, and It entirely cured aim, to toe aaton
Ishment ot all. What makes the case more remarkable.
Is the extreme age of the man, he being about elihty yean
old. 1 bav no uouw in reotorai saved nia uie.
JOUMN' fllNNIS.
DR. KEYBER'S PEOIORAL SYRUP IN BLAIR8-
VILLE. Plcsaa send roe another snnnly of yoarvalu'
able "Pectoral Syrup." Almost everybody around as
has the co Id and are Inquiring for "Dr. Reiser's Pectoral
byrnp." We have so id six teen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out. Ur. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maber, both
of Blairsville, l'a , tell ut they would not be without It
in their families. In fact, all who nse it once want It
airaln. Yours, respectfully,
J. 8, WATTERSON A SONS
Januaiy 30, 1800. i ,
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DB. KEYBBR'S
PECTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with acout-h
and cold lor several weeks so oad waa it that Isoold not
sleep, lhad the advice and prescriptions froa three of
the best physicians la tnscny, wnom 1 could name, but do
not do so. i nnauy procured a Dome or your reotorai
Syrup, whicb curt ma entirely. ' signed,
J. W.BIMONTON,
23C Liberty street, PltUburgh, Pa , Jan 0, I860,
'STOP THATjCOUGUINO." 'How can I do Itr "Go
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a bottlsof bis Oough
Pectoial, and If that don't sure yon, your can auat be
deaoerate Indeed." . Ibis Is a specimen of the colloauy
one bears almost every day in eold catching perioda of
the year. And we can, iron actual experiment, cneer
folly concur in the ad riser's admonition ushers, for we
have tried the "Pectoral," in a most stubborn ease, with
entire success. Near two weeka ago we went toPlttsburgh
with onsof th most distressing, contrary, mulish, un
subduable coughi we ever experienced since our advent
upon this mundane sphere. - we eougbtd ewadlly and
laboriously for one whole week, in hopes of tiring it out,
but it waa no go. in tact it seemed rattier to bav tm
n roved by practice, and to have acquired strength. noten
cy and dMntniiriiity by the operation. Ia this stage of
the sicse. we oouibed our way to aeyser's, 140 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the 'Pectoral;'' took It
lecordiog to directions, and in forty -sight hours we were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, alter a brief but Unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary as a.eyser t lamoua "OougD
Pectoral, jjrovntoiu upjm-, uk. is, toon.
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP It prepared and
told by Dr. GEORGE II. KEYBEB, 140 Wood street,
Pittsburgh, fa, -
gold In Columbui by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
fJMIOTIIACHE REMEDY. .
, A SUIIK CURE
Prepared and told by
Da. GEO. B. KEYBER,
140 Wood it., PltUburgh, p,
Price, 25 cents.
0 Bold In Colnmbui by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
octx7:!tiawiltjin ,
Master Commissioner's Sale.
BarrtKellogfl 5 ' I ' t
vt. i Court of CommonPlest.
Theodore Comstock st si.) , . -
T)Y VIRTUE OF AN OHDEH OF SALE
XJ to me directed from tht Superior Court of Frank'
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at th door of
th Court House, In the city of Columbus, oa f
Saturday, th 25th day of Slay, A. D, 18G1,
between th hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock,
P. M., the following described real estate, situate In the
coanly of Franklin, and State of Obio, end townahip of
Bharon, w wit: ran ol i,oi no, ai. section . Townanio
i, Kaon to, umiea state sinuery sano, pounded oa Ibe
west by Hi Worthiniton and uoiumbus plank road, on
th south by rands f John Grrvg, on the east b tha
tier line, and on uie norm ny uie land or Motes s. Wli
ainson, containing acre swrt vr less.. .
ALSO, Lot NofiU.exceptabonioiie half an Mr lying on
the west side and adjoining the Cleveland and Oolumbas
Rail Road, deeded to Susan Glvkerlsald Let Ho. 6. be
ing In BeattooB, Township 8, Range IB, United States
Military land, and bounded on the west uv tht tier line.
on tin touth by lands of Orange Johnson, oo the east by
tne section line, ana on ins nortn ny lands ot atossi s.
Wilkinson, containing SO acres more or less. :
Appraised at, I'art of Lot No. 83, 50 W per scat.
" .. Lot No. C.I, 3100 .
0. W liOyyMAIt.Skerll
ap90-dltw4t. and Master Commissioner. .
Printers fees 80 00. -- . -. . . ....
STELLA SIIAWLSI STELLA
8UAWL8I I In til desirable eoloTi, and at very
gnat bargain,. - ..J :' J BAIN AluK,
apnia . 1 f v yi- m aoatn ulna street,
BLACK MTHAW HONHTA.rvSCL
gant Ribbons, to greet tariety t .- BAIN'S, ,
ocu no. a, align street,
THE; BPiEATEST
rainAi
MSfMVHIY
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY, OF HOXBCRYI
bat discovered In ont of our eommon pasture weeds
a remedy that ouret
Every Kind of Humor,
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lb worst Borofala down to a common Pimple.
' He hs tried It In aver eleven hundred cases, and nev
er failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor.) He
baa now In hit possession over one hundred certificates of
Its value, all wilbln twenty miles ol Boston .
Two bottles are warranted to oura a nursing tore
mouth.
On to three bottles will oure the worst kind of Pimple
on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker Id
the mouth or ttomach.
Three to five bottlta are warranted to cure the worst
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles art warranted to euro all humor in
the Eyes.
Two bottle are warranted to our running o the ears
and blotch among the hair.
your to aix notiss are warranted to euro corrupt and
running a leers.
One bottle win ear scaly eruption or tne skin.
Two or three bottles are warranted to oure the went
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to core the most
desperate ease of rheumatism.
Three to foartmttletaiw warranted toeuretalt-Rbenm.
Plvt to eliht bottles will oure the worst ease of scro
fula.
A beneflt la always txperlenced from th first bottle.
a perfect oar It warranted when the above quantity is
lakta.
KOXRUKY, MASS.
Data afanta: The reputation of the Medical Die
eovery, In curing all kind of bunions, la so well eatab-
llihed by the unanimous voice of an wno nave ever use j
It, that I need not say anything on the eubieot, at tue
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggists tn
ths eountry are unanimous In its praise.
In presenting th Medical Discovery to your notice, I
do It with a full knowledge of Its curative power, In re;
Itsvtog all, and earing moat nf those discs to which
you ar unfortunately so liable. That moat xcruelttug
disease to an affectionate mother, -
NVaSINO SOKE IIIUITTII,
Is eared at If by a miracle; roar own temper la restored
to its natural sweetness, and your babe from short and
fretful nape to calm and tweet slumbers; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household.
Ia the more advanced stares ot
CAHKEB..
Ittxttndl to tht ttomach .causing
DXSFEPSI...
which It aothlng bat canker oa th ttomach; then to tht
Intestines and
KIDNEYS;
treating a linking, gone feeling, and an IndllTerencs eve
to ths caret of your family .
Your iLoaoaoh it
, KAW AND INFLAMED,
soar food distresses vou. and vou can only take certain
kinds, and avan of that vour system does not net half
tht nourishment tt contains, aa the acrtmonoui fluid of
ths canker eat It up; then your complexion loses ill
blooa and become tallow and greenish, and your best
day Is gone. For want of nourishment your system o
somas loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body lie
oome relaxed Then follow a train of disease which the
Msdlcal Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
c v be;
Palpitation of the heart, pain In tht tide, weakness o
tht spine and smivll of the back, pain of the hip Joint
whsayoa retire, irregularity oi uie uoweis, anu aise,
that most excruciating ot diseases, toe ,
PILES.
How aany thousand of poor women are suffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neiibbordoea not know the cause. I wish to
lamroas oa vour mind that food old proverb,"An onnot
of prevention is better than a pound of cure," In th
BIED1CAI. DISCOVERY
yoa have both the preventative and th euro, with thit
great and good quality, uai win never, anoer any
circumstances, do yoa any injury.
THE BIEDICAL. DISCOVERY
I sscecisly Intended for diseases of the blood, but line
it Introduction In tht Western States, tt it found to be
the best .
AOVB RGHIEDY
thst was ever before the public
Mo change of diet ever neossaary eat th best yon can
and gt enough of it. -
DutamoB roa usa Adult on table spoonful per
lay Children over ten yeara, dessert spoonful Children
froa are to ignt years, tea spooniui. as no directions
tan be applicable to all eonsitutions, lake sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
Yours truly,
DONNALD KENNEDY.
Price S 1 .00 per bottle, for y every druggist In
the Untied States. iep31-dAwly.
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
atsurirom turning gray. .
. . FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
AndourlDf It, when then It th least particle of vitality
or racuperauT energy reiuoiainK.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp. ,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an anaqaied gloss and brilliancy, making
It soft and silky In it texture, and causing it to curl
reaniiy.
The t rsat celebrity and Increasing demand for this un.
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
superior qualities over any otner preparation In us. It
cleanses th bead and acalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the balr to grow luxuriantly
giving it a ricn, son, glossy ana nexioie appearance, and
also, where the hair is loosening and thinning, it will give
strength and vigor to the roots and restore the growth to
hose part which have become bald, causing it to yield a
rssn covering oi nair. ,
Thtr are hundreds of ladle and gentlemen In New
York who have bad thtlr hair restored by the nse of this
Invirorator, when all other preparations have failed . L.
M. has In bit possession letters Innumerable testifying
to the aoove racia, rroa persona oi ine nignesi reusecta
blllty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turnini
antll the latest period of Ufa; and In oases where'Uia hair
has already ehangod Its color, the as of the Invigorator
will with certainty restore it to it to its original hue, giv
Ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet end a liair jtestorauve it is particularly recom
mended, bavin an agreeable fragrance: and the great fa-
duties it afford in dressina th hair, which, when moist
with th Invigorator, can be dressed In any required
tons so as topreaerve Its place, whether plalrdorln curls;
hence the great demand for it by the ladies aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be without, the price
placet It wimia tne reacn oi an, neing
. Only Twenty-Five Cents
per bo Uie, to be had at all respectable Druggists and
. : : I : - -itf- a-etsawaei. , f,, ,.. . ,
L. MILLER woald call the attention of Parents and
Guardian to the sea of bit Invigorator, In caiea where
th children's hair Incline to be weak. Th as of It
lars ths foundation for sooOdAead Of hair, as It re
aovst any Impurities that may have become connected
with tha sea Id. the removal of which I necessary both
for the health of tht child, and the future ppearane of
Itaiialr. r..-- ;: sir-. . ,
Oitrrtoa. None genuine without tht fae-stmlle LOTTI8
MILLER being en the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LEU'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, V. Y., blown in th
(last. "
Wbolseal Depot, St Dey street, and soM by all the
prlneipal Merchants and Druggttt thronghoat the world
IJberildltcounttopnrchaseriby the quantity, i
I alio deslr to present to th American Public my
TEW ADD XXTBOYXD INSTAHTAHE0U8
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after year of tclentlfla nperlmenUng, I hsvs
brought to perfection. It dye Black or Brown instantly
wlthoutlnlury to the Hair or Bkln; warranted the best
artlfla of the kind lnsxiatanoe. .
, .. PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS. !
Depot, 56 Dey St., New York.
0tW:dkWlp. i
WHO SHOULD USE ; j
J.VBOVEE DODS
DR.
IMPERIAL v WINE BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Inciplrnt Consumption or
Weak Longtiboaiaast una. - oi "-. .. . .. '
. Allwho snfftr from Weak Stomachs, talUrestJon. Dyf-
pxu sr fun snou id ass tnssa. n-:
All whs waffer fross General or NsrvoatOtlill
Restleasntisal night, Want of Sleep, A., should an
tbsm.
All Mitaa wh art sonvsltsosnt after fever or oner
sickness shealdaUlnm.
MlnlsUrsof ths Gospel, Lawyeri, Lteturart, ana al
public rpeakersahou Id use them. '
Book Keeper, and all persona leading a sedentary tf
should as them. e .-. . r i
TheiRSdan rofira thoald ut tbem.
All who rsqnir a itlmalaot ertonlo should at then.
All who are addicted to the use of ardent tplrlti and
Wish to Ibtorav, should as them. . ,.
. S'hey art made of a purs Sherry wine, and of tht na
tlve plant and herb of th eountry, and should be re-
eotumendud by temperance societies, clergymen, physi
cians, etui all friends of humanity . . i
Tlisy ar prepared by an experienced and skillful phy
sician, ami, aside froa their medicinal properties, are a
atostdelibtfulbeverHie and yet,aa a medicine, are at
Innocent id harmless stb dewsol heaven. . . . i
niu it aregyia nnemiy. .
CiUiLS WELWrnjOO ca, rroprUtera,
. ' T UrilUanm gt.. New Yark.
1E0222TI ft BAHCXi Agents,' i'.".
calaaabne, Okia
tVttJMdAwlf.
'I
rime
NervousHeadache
By the nse of these Pills the perlodlo attacks of Jlr-
tout or Stck JZeadacht msy be prevented; and If taken
at tht commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
palnand sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall In removing th Xauua and
aeht to which females ar so subject. ,
They act gently open th bowel removing Cbtffe
ltM.
For LUtrary Hen, Studmtt, Delicate Female
and all persons of seJeniary haMtt, they are value
as t lawttivt. Improving tht appttitt, giving tons
ngar to the digestive organs, and restoring tht natur
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
THB CEPnALIO PILLS sr the result of long lnvei
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, having
been In nse many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the mrwut
system or from a deranged state of the ttomach,.
They are entirely vegetable tn their composition, an
may be taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and tht abtmet of any
dtigrtabl Unit rmltrt tt taty to adminitler thm
chiMttn, .
PHWAiiBuruuiinTBiiraiTBi
The genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box.
Bold by DmgglKl and ill oilier Dealers In Medioine.
A Box wlli be sent hy mall, prepaid, on receipt of ths
Prioo, 53 Oon.ts.
All order should be addressed to
IIENKY V. SFALDINU,
" - 48 Cedar Street, New Vara,
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER MOM
HEADACHE,
. THAT A
SPEEDY AND SURE CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. .
4s thtt TttUmcniaJt wer vntoUdted tty M . Brain
inu, they afford unqvtttionable proof of tht iffi
enry of thit truly tc.Uixlifa ditoottry.
MisoNvaui, Coxa , Feb. S, 1861.
III. gP.t.DINO.
Sia: '
I have tried your Cephalio Pills, and Hit t htm to
well that I want you to send me two dollars worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
few out of the first box I got from you. , f
Bend the Pills by mail, and oblige
Your ob't Servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
w lUvrxroin, Pa., Feb. fl, 19C1-
Ma. SraLome. '
Six:
I wish you to tend me one more box of your Cephalio
Pills, IhavtrttoivtdagniUdtalcfbmqitfromttum
Yours, respectfully,
JJAEY ANN BT0IKH0U8B.
SmuriCltil, HnNTiifOTOit Co., Pa., J
January 18, 1861. , - I
U. 0. Epaloiio.
Sir:
Yoa will please tend me two boxes t' your Oepbalte
Pills. Bend them Immediately.
Respectfully yonrs,
JNO. B. BIM0N8. -P.
t.Ihavtuttd ont boa of your J'illt, and find
tfum excellent.
Bst.Lt Yirmom, Onto, Jan. 15, 1801.
Hukxt 0. SraLDiNa, Esq.
Plesse And enclosed twenty -fly eenti, for which lend
me another box of your Cephalio Pill. 7'Aey art truly
the bett J'illt I hate tvtr tried.
Direct A. STOVER, P. M.,
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0-
BsvntLV, Mass., Deo. 11, 1800.
n. C. SPALDINd, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large thow bills to bring
your Cephalic Pilla more particularly before my custo
mers. If you have anything of the kind, please send t
me.
One of my customers, who It lubject to itvtrt Sick
Headache, (uiually lasting two days.) wat cured of an
attack in ont hour by your J'illt, which I sent her.
hesnectfully yours,
W.B. WILKBB.
KavaoLnsaoas, FaaaEua Co., Ohio,)
January II, I8UI.
Hknrv 0. Bpai.oino,
No. 48 Cedar it., N.Y.
DasxBig:
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (SS.) for which tend
box of "Cephalic Pills." tend to address of Rey . Wm .
0. Filler, Iloynoldsburg, franklin Co., Ohio.
i'mr PlUt work like a charnv-etirt Headache al
most tnetanter.
Truly you n,
WM, 0. FILLER.
Yrsiuim, Mich., Jan. 14, 1861.
Ma. IpiLomo.
8m:
Net long since 1 tent to you for box of Cephalic Pill
for ths cure of the Nervous Headache and Oostlveness,
and received the tame, and they had to good an tftat
that Jvat induced to tend for more.
Please send by return mail. Direct to
A. B. WHEELER,
, t. . YpsilanU, Mich.
, . . . Prom the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. ,
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for which they
were made, vis.: Cure ot headache in all it forms.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
They have been tested in more than a thousand ease
with entire success.
From the Democrat, 8t. Cloud, Minn.
V you are, or have been, troubled with the headache
send for a box, (Cephalic Fills,) so that yoa may have
them tn case of an attack.
From the Advertiser, Providence, B. I.
The Cephalio Pills are said to be a remarkably effective
remedy for the headache, and one of the very best for
that very frequent eomplainttfwhictl hat ever been dis
covered. .
From the Western R. B. Gaiettej Chicago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Spaaldlng, and hit unrivaled
Cephalic Pills. : : . - r .. .
From the Kanawha Valley 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, I.
Try theml yon that are afflicted, and wa ar tur that
your testimony oan b added to th already numerous
list that hat received benefit! that no other medicine can
produce. . '
. From th8t, Louis Democrat.
Th Immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pills
is rapidly increasing, . ... , : . -
' . ' from the Oatette, Davenport. Iowa. '
Mr. Spalding tronld not connect his nam with aa ar
tide h did not know to possess real merit.
TT?A tingle botll of SPALDING'S PREPARED
, GLUB will tavs ton Umei IU cost annually.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I ,
' ; SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE 1
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE 1
savi thb pnoBBi '
100NOMTI ,.. DISPATOIII
IO"A Btttob ix Tixt Bart How."H
a...nt sin tiannen. sven In well regulated fam
ilies, it it very desirable to bav torn cheap an ooa
venlent way for repairing Furniture, Toy, Crockery, -
' aniv.nvwaiaPtlEPABXDOLUI
meets all tuch emergencies, and no household eB afford
to be without it. It laelwayi ready, and up to ths stick
Ing Point. , '. n rrnrTB." ' ' !" .
. US.IUU..I S-,,,'
K. B. A Brash accompanlei ecb. bottl. , i
cent. " , " , oarnf:t,- - atAr.fiTwrr. i
... , j j'. 4No. 48, Cedar Street, New, Vol. ;
rtsut; iz'iJ m
rmm On OH iny uuet"rw.a r- "
LhbPARED GIU8, Iwouldeautlonall fsrsons t ex
Mor, pui-chaslng, and see that Hie full name, !
r SPALDING'S PREPABBDflLUB.cOI
I en tht oowtde wrapper; all other ar twin Hug co
tormll. " '

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