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f'l IVS RECEJVKD BY
VfI: GILL,
No. CO North High Street,
On otth Urgw Beit MMtti Awmt
ITER OPFBRIB- IS THIS OITTI
' " " 1 '' ;
HoBse - Builders ;f: Furnishings
i- io bvbry btyli and quality.
" " F reach Amerlcaa
lit .
WindoWGlase 1
PBINT GKOIJND IN aX
til pat Ib half tans for famllr an, end Dry
1 v tlntln balk.
Brushes of every variety & quality.
. . i 'u. A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS , ,
AXES GRINDSTONES, &o.
i : GUNS, n&TOLS, SHOT, Ao
- V ' rTSHING TACKLE.
" ROPE 4 CORDAGE,
LEATHER'AND INDIA RUBBER.
; BELTING.
W EDG ES, MAULS, TUMPS,
f AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, &k..Vv j ..
s, V. SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially hiTlt tlx attention of til Interested fo my
itoek of Pocket ud Table Cutlery, and
8ILVEK PLATED FOHKN, .'
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fcc,
of KOOIBRa st BEO'8. Manufacture, warranM to be
xtra heavy. Electro Dated, on piuitne Albatta.
Country Merchants. Mechanic, and 0 there, are Invited
to oall and examin mj Stock, aa I am prepared to tell
W ho laatle and Ratal!. wrivg. A. till...
Columbus, Ohio, Mty 8, 18C0.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCEnmSa
No. 106 South High Street.
M McDONALl),
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dally Arrlral of Oooda
For the Fall and. Winter Trade
.; Of ,1860-61.
jrj-KETIIllNINO Him CEBE THANKS
TO THE rWlaa.iiJ ior pan raro an"
ago, and being DETEItlrilll.li to waaiaaaa
a continuance of aama by atrlct attention
trad, aad prompt aeiirery aa
Iwoald eaU tha notice of the public to tha fact that
having a Eargf and well Selected Stock on
hand, andbelng in; daily receipt of good, from the differ-.r,,-,.rkta.
I latter myaelf that I can offer to theclU-
tena of Colambna, or to any who may deelre to purokaae.
an aaaortment of artlclea appertaining to the unouaivi
iiNEQDALED by any bona in tha city.
Tha price and quality of the good, offered, I Rnar.
antee to give aatiniacuon.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
n0T.rt wm. Mcdonald
Baltimore Clothing flonse.
AiinracTrana aim whouoaiji ptuixa r .
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308W; Etimore-street,
(arrwiaii iranTT an bowabb,)
'f.f , ', 8 S.ETI JIOHE) Fid.
A jATge Aaiortment of Fleet) nd Fttralinlng
. flood! ConaUntly on Hand; (l .
OcBCJly '
""' ' coiiBniBCSt ohioj'
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
, t And Seed Store, . ,
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILS, SLABS, SA8H FIITTY, 00BSAQ1,
Ctnaa. PlatoU, Wood Willow Ware,
attar aad Rabher BelUng, lace Laaihar, Hoea and
kta. em-aiy
S. DOYLE & CO.
Mannfactnrera and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS; AND , SHOES,
Southeast Corner oflligh and Gay Sts.,
,:.,.,"2aroo so, (
COEWMBtlS, .....................OHIO.
A large Block of Flna and Staple Ooodi on hand."
SUWDBTJES : v,
FIHIMAa . 1 I i i TAPIOCO, ,
Bago ' Arrow Koot, ,
- RlcaTtoH . Beotch Oat Maal
' Pearl Barley BplitPeaa
' " Cracked Wheat-:'':; Chocolate ., .; ,; ,
' Coco 1 ' : Broma,eto. .
' Cream Tutar, : : . Boda . .
Fit ' Prune ' ... . , ...
Seedlea Ralrtne ' PnahTomato
' peachea ' Green Cern
Froth Caon d Fraltaot arary deacriptlen;
Jellleaei all kind; 1 .. j
. . ftororing Ixtraotaof all kl?1a. ,
ttttt Drop; Mixed Candiea; ' ' 1
1 ' ' ' Almondi, Filbert. PeooaNnt, : '
Knirllah Walnut, Bratil Nuta.ete,
BOs7 wm. Mcdonald.
E. ' O'COLLISTER,
-AlltQle and Hetafl Dealer In
TOBACCO, 'SNUFF, U CIGARS
No. S5 Kifth,' ebrawi, . f : .
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
Keep :onitantlr on band all the Ta
rioae BU AN UH of ,
IrtXTOoatrtod Cisaro.
,Ott..Mi4
; laces and Embroideries, "
VAtENCIEWrSllIl,TF."E Ac POINT
lice Collars nod Belt. French, father and Thread
'Lace Veils (new pattern! ) Talenrtenes, Thread and
Point Lacet, Kmhroiderrd Oollart, Setts, rtamings and
Skirlt, Lace Batl.ee and Ooltrnre. Plala Linen Collar,
atf anj Culfs. Krohroidcred Collar -nd Culls In (etlt.
- - ' BAIN tt BON,
febO. " ' ' '1 No. 99, South High Street.
1861.
1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I.
RAILROAD.
Oonnectlng at Crestline with th PITTSBURGH,' FT.
..inTniinIlTI.IU111) ' .
t t. M Ai'. vww . . ,
fur jHtttburgh, MMadtlpMa and Saltimort. Alio
I 1 ' forlbrt Vaynt and Chicago. -::
OobdccUdi at Cleveland with the LAK X 8U0RB BAIL-
ROAD." -t - 'l .
pr DMklrk, nnffli Albanr,
, . Mil aBd Mew Yrk
THREE TRAINS DAILY,'
XXOXPT BUNDAT,'
From Oolumboa, in ooanaotloa with Tralni 00 tha ,
IJTTLK FliAmi AND COLUBIBUS
AND AKNIA naiiiitVAin. -
. VIRflT TRAIS. ' 'I :
ItlflDV VrDDBftfl iMwmm ftMumkn. ( 3.40 A. U I
... . - . - 1 1 . . I . . .V. n n u I nn .
wtil lean wwawra i i bw.iuim v. "
. . . i . v i r k A lilaAil anil
top at veiavara. Mmanj, varuiutvuu ww
t KllaUliona north of Gallon, arrtrlnf at Olerelana
at S: 45 A. M., Dunkirk 3:35 P. M.. Buffalo 3-25 P. M.
Albany 5:00 A. M., Na York 10:30 A. M. Hob a.
P. at . Plttaburah rla Creatllna 3:90 P. U .Philadel
phia 5:10 A. at. Chicago tU Crcatllnoat8:20P. at, .
- . filfJOND TRAIMa l -
NEW YORK IXPREBS Learea Oolumbua at IUI0
n7iii fi.nniM niftftm. Ganllnaton.
Gallon. Oreatllna, Bhelbr, New London, Wellington and
8raftoB,arrlTaatClolandat 3:5 p. m.i Dunkirk,
9:(M p. m-i Buffalo, 10:95 p. m I Albany, 8:43 a. m.i
w v..b O.'Uln. .- Hratnn. 4:40 D. m.! Pittlborih,
fa Oreetline. 8:80 o. m.: Philadelphia, 10 a. m., Oon-
nectaai nueiojior an poinw wo pmhjh.
- Tl .1. Uk.11..
newara n., hviu w. euiu
TUTRT) TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Learn Oolumbui
at3:xup. m. will nop ataueiauona .guv. v. ou.wi
and at Hew iionaon, nocaeeur, eiiiugiu,
and Berea: arrlre at Cleveland at 9:10 p. m.; Dunkirk,
o.cn. . J.OA. m . llhan.. I'lllll.B.l NM
. n.M . n . 11.11 DlttaKnrtfh W1
lora, v:jup m, ouauin.
n .ti Ci.m . . Dh!U.4l.. hi n. in . . Oun
aeelt at Dheiby for all points on BaoUiuky, Uauaneld
newara nauroaa.
P.tnt Slaeninfir Can are run on all
Night Trains to Ciioago, Aew
. . , York and Boston. ; ,
Baggag Chtcted Through to Xmo Tort and Bottcm
V.O vtermana: ateo, to rnnwicipmia
Affio Xorkvla OrttUint. : I' : .'
RETURNING. ;
Night IxpreaaarrlreatColunibBiat...ll:P. M. .
Cincinnati Kzpreta " " " v :
AooommodaUoD, " " :" P. M-
rra I.aw aa lr tber Kento
ilJr7' if'.i Crettlinetr Clneland.
a a wr.TWT. ' ". .
' Superintendent, Clereland, Ohio. ''
JAMES PATTERSON. Agent,
. Oolumtrae, Ohio. 11
Oolumbui, April 15, 1851.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
CONNECTING VIA 1 -
BELL AIRE AND. WHEELING
' - WITH THE ' ' - -
BALTIMORE OHIO Ra,
' AND VIA
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
WITH TBI - .
Pennsylvania ' Central R. R.,
.. FOR - -
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
' Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Cities.
HO. 1 EXPRE58 i
tmTVI UOJUDIIUI tl . mwyw ..... .......-- -
of Newark when aignaiied. Arrirea at Newark at 4:50 A.
a mi. . . r it k it d.ii.Im in-9n A M
r ..i i . , n 1t a if .1... all at M nn . u.t
connecting with the Baltimore Ac Ohio R. R-, and Tia
riiupurgu wiui A-eDiujriTauis j. .w. ...
HO. 1XPBESB
Learea Oolumbua at 11:18 A. M.; ttopa at all station
wkea aignaiied. Arrirea at newara ai iz.ts A. ai.,
Zanerrill at S:04 P. M.; Bellaire at 6:10 P. M., con
necting with th Baltimore At Ohio R. R. for all eutern
citiea.
NO. 1 EXPRES3 .;
Leares Oolumbua at 3: 10 P. M.; ttopa at all itatlona when
aignaiied. Arrive tt Newark at 4.JU r. at., anearnia
at 5:40 P. St., Bellaire at 9:43 P. M.. connecting via
Pittaburgh with the Pennaylranla K. A for an eastern
eitlea,
Thli Boole offera lha ADTANTAQB of a Thron,h
Tk-ket ud Banaaa Check to WA8UINOION CITY,
and alio giree lha Paaeenger th privilege of Tiaiting
BALTIMURR, jruiiiAua.iiruia.aoa pmn a
the coat of a New-York Ticket alone; or the privilege of
visiting all of th principal EKABOARD CITIES at the
cost of a BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Routes.
Through Ticket, to NRWOTOBKeaa be procured via
WABU1MQT0N CUT, at aa additional expense ol $2.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
," At on other Boute.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
ASK FOB TI0K1TS TIA
Colombnsand Bellaire or Wbeelluf.
i iSO. W. BROWN.
Apr. 15. , ?. Ticket Agtnt.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO. RAILROAD.
CREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TEBMlWATKo AT WASHINGTOJI
and Baltimore ea the Katt, and Whaaliag, Benwaod
and Parkersburg on th West, at which placet It unites
with Railroads, B teamen, c.,for end front all points
la the - '
West, Benthreat and. North-weaf
. ; THEEE TEALN3 DALLY
FOR, ALL THE EASTERN CITIES..
- This It the only mat to Washington City. - ..
tM.n.reb this route eaa tliK Baltinora, Phils
delphla, New York and Boston, at the cost ef a ticket to
Boston alone by other lines.
Through tickets to the I altera eltlet can be procured
via Waahingtoa uity ai an auaiuuui uiar . w m
art. SLaanae Cits tTTlcmtD to ai snanr lun, ,
Time a qutak and far allot at via any other
Inquire for tictets viaBaltJmore aad Ohio Railroad at
any of the principal Railroad office In the West,
. H SULLIVAN, Oen'l Western Agent,
BtUAUta, Ohio.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent,
w. V. SMITH. Master Transportation,
netSn-tf. . i , Baj.timobb, Md.
IMPORTED GOODS.
TI'ST MECE1TED-
(1 en cetet IUHaa OIL Barton It Co., for table aa.
10
Much Mustard, favorite brands:
6
-4
Boned Sardine, the BEST Bardlne lmp'td
of Caper and Olivea. - -
Table Bauoea "La As Perrta 's Worcester
shire," vgoyer'a Bultana," "John Bull,"
Harvey," "Beading." ,
Walnut and Tomato Catsup.
Cross fc Blackwall'l celebrated English
' Pieklea.eonsistln(af"Caalinower.""Pi-
10 "
. .Odos.,
' ealill," Chow-0how,, "Walnut," "On
ion," "Cabbag,, "Beans," "Gberk't"
M'aPlcklot. . ,
London Porter. ' . '
Otmobeirt celebrated Scotch At.
HO
10O
6 eases Oinger j-reaerve.
to box Italian Macaroni and Venaaellla. ;
9 ernes Ooi'a Gelatine.
Coleman's celebrated English Mustard, In kegs, box
cant and bottle. , . .. J'
no27 - - wa. rcpKiwAiiP.'
A CENT rOH IIOME,CONTI EPITAL,
Makbattah, BBTKrrr, and Iaviisaf ta la. Co.',
New oai MtacHAW-r' and Oirt jib or uamTroaa
Saw Toa Liraand Ooww. Motoa hire
Office. Bl HlffB t., PaTHire'B
HI
eW-dly v
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
ii
PLAI AJ0 EMBHOlOEltltP, TtOV9-
A. Vtti Allta ana regular snips, shuck niaunm,
embroidered In whit, migenta, purple, Ite. UadmeedV
Kid Gloves. Mtsse B Id i)loves. A complete aewrtment
of these eelebrsAtd Gloves always for sale by
. , ., ,- BAIN ft SON,
febS. v . No. B South High street.
; Canton Mattings. r
It4 f4' Wklt and Bed and
t Whit Checked) of superior aoalHy. Tor tale by
bain ft son.
uS3' ' ' Mo. i booth Hl.hst-
C6-Partnership. ' -
I HATE Till") AT ADMITTED BIT
sob JAMES AUGER BAIN a partner In my lrasi
teas, which will bereafler be conducted ernier the firm
of Hatn k. Son. r, jiajB,i erau n n.
Oolumbua, feb IS. 1861. ..,
feblS'
omo:.aTATE3iLW..
-..-' ni .!(; tt 'j'it';-i f -
; 1
1
la .
Ill
"""TapaaiTTrr.a-i .a
I ' l':Ji'
MSiZS & NofUi High St
INCREASED , FACILITIES t
1.14
'I HATING MOVED INTO'MT ',
NEW BUILDING,
.1 HiTI ' ,.;.r.liai.
BOOK k JOB
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEBfl ; :
: REPLENISHED THR0UGD01IT :
New Types,' BorJers, Ornaments,; &c.;
. nOM TBI 01I.IBRATBU fOUHUM V ,
C. T. WHITE ft CO., NEW T0EK,
. ' . TITUS MAKING IT THE
Most Complete EstabliBhment
. IN THE CITY. - I
I am bow prepared to Bxeente all Orders for ,
BOOK AND JQ
PEINTINGTi,.
WITH DISPATCH!
, And lis the jtost ApBrd Style of the Art ,
PARTinnLAR ATTKNTION PAID ,T0 , : i ,
MERCANTILE , AND RAILROAD
, UertKicatee, ;, . jtecelpte,- ,!
Drar licKeia, . laegiaiera,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN .COLORS,
CHZCKa,i .(,.-, ... ions,. ":,
CAED8, - ' i ZHYKIOPES, :. i::
. HEADISeS, . . CONTRACTS, i
IUiistrated Show.B ills',
' FOR COUNTET MEBCHANT3,,: V i
Show Bills,1 Hand Bills, tahels, Concert Pro
irammes, school ana uouege Bcueme,
tel BilU of fare, 1 InTitstloiii, .'
Book: worlt
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalognee, ,'. . ...
vfismiianMna i-amnriieia.
i Constitutions, Reports, Briefs, A
Printing . in Gold and Colora"
POS TOES "R. J3.
'' ! ' Printed In Xviry Color on i :
Mammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Press of tha kind in Central Ohio. ..
. . Mill fM J.lna ... .,! .11 Af til. .hAV. AMIvilV
Bent of work, an now Bnturiaated, and tatltfaction will
be gnaranueo in au caeea.
TTPAU work fumiahed prompuy try tna nme pronitea.
,", .. RICHARD N1VINB.
Tha Court of Common Fleas, Franklin Conn.
i. .-.i t ity wnio.. ii -.
Sarah J. Walton -. ...- ' 'I':.
i ti. Bala In Parlltloq. ..
Lucinda Walton et aL)
. wfti nr s nnrirn M?
Iht said Court to ma directeil, I will offer for tale at
nnhii netlnn. at tha door of the Ceort Hoase, In the
city of Columbus, on .' "."
I - Tuesday, May 7th, IBUl,: - :
the following described real estate, situate ii Norwleh
towntbtp. kranklln county, Ohio, to wit:. - j .
rartoc uw n. a. bwhw" mv.uv.
at follows: Beginning atastone In the road leadingfrem
Columbus to Duoun; oeipg um "juuiwi . wiim
. . i ,v. .hwwm In nMnandifiaa la UArtitlmv
101 EIO. One, IB m- r .
lllcbael Walton; thane withiUa aouth Una of aaid lot
No. L 8. OS dtgrae w iw poiea, to iwui pmiii
T"rir- ..ij I-.. .k.nn with lha WP.t-rl. line
eriv corner i ... -
thereof, N. S7degreear. 31 SO-100 poles tea atone.
north westerly corner oi eaio tot, aoa tni a una of
lantlnc to the heirs of Apollot Bogen; thanes with thtir
.. , , , j U7 dtiu nnlMtAA.tAke.anather cor
ner to "said heirs' land; thence With another of their line
8. 64 degreet, W. aoi poiea to awe man em u uie
oris loal west Una of the survey, and south-west comer to
laid heir's land; theno with the original line of aaid sur
vey. B. 43 degree 30 minutet,!. 73 pole to t stone. north
easterly comer to a tract of land of two hundred acres
conveyed by Abner Olspp end wife by dead, dated Aug.
Xa 1PJJ I taUVUvaa wtui uta - a ' r
tu lUtoneMOther corner of Mid Clapp'i iMaithow with
WVWU IrT-.i a tnd..MM. V.14Rl1.llNi nolMtii
anouter oi au turn p -r..-w -- - - a-
- ...a nitnn'e lanrl: thttnrA with nnMhrTT
UtOUMr Cvi DC r wi v-fr- - y
or hit tine N . 63 degrees . 140 polet to a stone, another
of said Clapp's corners; Ihene with another of hit lines
I. v7 degree a. ye p v. wu
Clarm' cornert: thence with another of hit llnet N. 63
. . M iii .iu m . .tnn north easterlv eoraer to
said Clapp's land) thence N. 60H degreet W. poles
tnd 14 lints; thano N. 11 degree w ioilowtng
th .Dnblla Boad seven tyeigni poies w we oegio
.i.. .ir,:n. 973 acree. be the tame mora Oi
I.... in the same survey; 6&4, and
..kaaMMltntlHAL UUlAtf trCl Of
anjoinmt
kt-IOOacret. bounded at follow: beginning at a stone
,n ,k. .kn. AauinhMt tru-t. thunfl.
touin-eaaterir vuruc. . , -
60 C 1.11 poles and S links to a ttone in the
Dublin Boad from which abet ry tree w inabet
to dli.t.r, bear, H.M deg-jj B. 69 llnk the.
N 11 K degrsea B. 17 poles and 16 links to a post, from
which wslnut 19 fcce in diameter bears B. 46V de
grees . 8 Unkt distant, thence N. 87 degrees W. B poles
. A. .. . - . i. ... a aMih lln. of Henav Mo.
inn 1 1 m u, . iuju. iu w.w .
CruHlen'.land; tbeace S.7i degr-e W. Eipok.
9 link! tO ft DM III W AeUllA .tMM, se aevvea,B v
aid McOraoken'a Und; thence 8. 10 degreet B. poles
.aiQiinkatoinoiL thence B. 69 degteet M.r poles
and 10 links t the beglnnlDg. i ' ' ' .T
Bxeepting from taia iw waoia.u"; iuih. iu.
nart thereof, heretofore set off to Bl'tabelh Armistetd,
oeacriDea aa lunuwa. -
ner of Michael Walton't Uad above meatlonedt theooe
aouth With the IIUBIUl roan o roaa, immw waauiiij w
a Une parallel with the Mid Michael Walton's south line
. . to U7 o-u not..- lli.nm N 17 ri-
A. D'a II. ai aa B.1U.K ' . . . .....
tree 30 minutes W. 6970 100 poles; thence N. 54 de-
tree U. 71 80-100 rod; fhenc 0 17 aegrte ju mtnntes
But 40 50-100 pel.; thene 8.27 degree!. B. 39 80-1110
... . . &1 minala K. 140 nolee to
poiea; UWBJHiii.ii.Bw-
the beginning, containing tortf acre. The property U
. a . . ..ll.- a lull aa4 t aW A niinfl MlfW a Till
M tOJd U U OUrfJ ellC VlaAAalt , ov l'-v
forty ftcrcftv and appraij. at .ri0 per cra- . , '
TZ .. .Vi rtl In hand fin dl Of M l.
UUittOvUOMVidtvoywt.from day ofialt.WUU In-
i a - - . j kw tHArraraMt. .
i" April 5,18Cl.-d!t -w4w. ' Sheriff.
HUNNEWELL'S'., '
i.
1
' U : i UNIVERSAL'
i. - H
-1 .i.-. -iv .t -f,fi i u.
Tor all Throat and Laag Oomplalnt. Jneludng, Willi
mostperteot eeealuh Waoonne) Couoa, .Vfaewo aw
UOBiaUH II.."".
alway forerunners of Consumption. Aa a '
8raor tt a o sapornr. . ro r -
Kneue properties, bqaj ds usra vj miu.. u...u
tuuoilt, Slw wiui peanewevuMwiM.. t--.; - .,... in.-. .
HUXOTWELL'gijj , ,) '
, . r CELEBRATED : v y .t?
-. , c f T0LU ANODYNE.
lira OaaAiaaT IfA-rtnut Otiat ever lomtr t eh
world, eoaUlning Boi a particle of Ojm, norwr aub
stance bnt IU strictly vegetabl and medical prirpertiee.
A sore Remedy for NtntAWia. ; Rnmiitawni, Gomv
Tooth ajib Ba Aolta, CATABaK, Bosao Ha favta,
and all minor Nervous Cotnphrlnta. " . ,
got Lota or BrJtrr, end lleadaen ts'dn IWTWiettea
It has no squat, and to which mtndootted vsmo!-
Voa a)atiRiiI tgtwsws It la meet Ptnt remedy
1 , nw .,-a .rt.r remnvtnv thenaia it aotl
tt a pbyste, a mott taportiurt eontraet wKk tb eonwtipa.
T7 ee".?.,.0pi",.. .o -M.1 Bottle, will be UnL
tnd to Dealer or InvaUd .nPJ.-Ti
rnirdder tb per soporvttowofi; ".
casirurr a rttAtilAcaiowiay, . ,
Io"i fommeretar Wharf, BMtonlfsss-
t- 1. -..a .Aiai -ttlweajaO m ewmssiWnMtkrMd ' -
AO WUUm flJWP Ullage bs t
Portal by ll uiual jWhofctahf retail deamit,
. COOK. . M. PUNfs,
Wnfia A. J. iCH13tLBB MM
ayl7-wly u , AgBUfor Oolnmlt,:Qhlo. j
iMmn
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I
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A t'S.fn ui t: ,( ji i li.ta
; OKI at t'.,u !(:;. i :nij itfl'r.
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JL Importers, 91 Liberty St.,
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Wholeaalt and Retail Grocers, States Building..
- " I'iv -i O. A. 'WAGNBB, and them.
In dlncbiiaU, by . BtJIBIt, BOKBTBIN A CO.,
ec96-deoddtlyw " - nd others.
F Alter DRUBS BILKS, ' l) ' ' ,
FANCY DRUBS BILKS, 14 ' ' - ' ' " '
. - i 't t FANCY DRK88 SILXS. ' - . '
We are new offering oar Immens ilock of Fancy Dress
Silks at prices less than ever before offered la Ibis city.
The httrntloa of the ladle of thltelty and vicinity It
solicited, as ear stock it vent seltet and eimrplet in all
grade otgodi.tbjeiini U , PBTERBAIN,
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IT7I INTITB ATTXNTI0M to torn of the most ex
traordinary cures by my " - ; 't'
PECTORAL SYRUP.
Thev are at home, and any one who ha doubt can In
quire of Ui person who have bean caredby.lt. ,.:. .
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T)R. KITSBR IS PRBPARBD AT ANY TIMB Te
BXAMINB LUNG8 WITHOUT CHAKGE) I0B ALL
TBOBB WQ0 NEED UIB MBDIC1NBB.
ATTEND TO YOUR C0LDB A eat of Sve yean'
landing eured by DB. KBVBBU'B PECTORAL BBUP.
i " ... . , , . PrrrtsuasB, Jan. 11, I860.
Da. Ksrsaa : My wife haa been afflicted with a bad
oough and difficulty of breathing, for fir or tut yean,
wniun , tor eererai yean oaca, naa graouaiiy increaaea in
violence. The complaint haa been hereditary, aad ahe
had been treated by eeveral physician without any re-
lief. In this state of her case, i procured some o your
Pectoral Cough Syrup. 1 bought, the first time, a fitly
cent bottle, which relieved her very muoh I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
the haa now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness. I would also slat that l used tna meuiotn my
self to a cold and conah. The medicine cured me by tak
Ing one dot I express my entire satisfaction with th
medicine, and yon are at liberty to publish thlt It yon
desire to ao to. nm. niuoun, ,
Alderman girth Ward.
PiTTSinaea, Nov. 18, 1858.
Da. Ktvita : Althouth not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, in general. It aJTorde me pleasure Indeacriba
hi. to recommend vonr Pectoral Svrun. A a medicine
It is well worth- the attention of any rterson who may In
any manner be afflicted with oough, cold and hoarseness
of any bind, and tor in peculiar quaunoaiione ior rer
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a ta-
TMreootd. ... t
I hav been, more or less, in my lire, anectea witn sue
teverett of eoldi and hoarseneas. At time my throat
would become to closed at to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a lew dose, oi tne anove syrup
ltwnnio relieve me entirely.
In recommending this medicine, i most unnetimongiy
say that it it the beet remedy I ever found, purporting lo
oure the above, nor should any family bt without this
remedy for diseases ao prevalent. ' ,'
lours, most reepecnniiy,
EDWARD J. JONES, 1
Cashier Citiaens' Deposit Bank.
BnoBairriLU.0.. March 14, 18S9
I have used Dr. Eeyter't Oough Syrup for a bad cough
of several yean standing, and can cheerfully say It is
tne nest meaicine tor ine tame was a nave ..or men.
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BH.
COL. PRATT AND DBV. KIYBEB'B PECTORAL
BY HUP. Da. Krrua Dear Bin Bxoua th delay of
my acknowledging theexoellenc of your Pectoral Cough
Byrup sooner. I take great pleasure In saying that It a
all you eay itu. Jl tnoctea uie foi om oj my ooiia
ud the wnret one I waa aver afflicted with: I bare act
used more than one-half of t b bottle. nd l ean ana ao
wish that all who are afflicted wonld give It ea lair a trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It la no
auack medicine." 1 wonld not suffer another sack aa
attack for any consideration, or at any eotU . I am con
fident I can breathe mora freely than I ev--r did. I (hall
always acknowledge a debt of grstltuds for Inventing to
excellent a remedy, you are at utercy t uae my aaaae
in this regard, a you wink proper. a. r. i-b.au,
Messenger uommoa uouncu, ifummrgn, re
Pltttburgh,May 11, 1859,
N. I am no atrannr to my fellow-eitlten. aad
who entertain doubtt can coniult me personally. . r
Prrrnnaaa. April 24. 1857,
. BEAD THB TRUTH. Da. Knaat: I hart a daugh
ter who haa taken several medicine for a bad eougb.
without benefit among them Ayer'e Cherry Peetoral
I purchased from you a bottle of your PECTORAL
SYRUP, and before the had used halt a bottle ah was
relieved. The tecond Dottle eurea ner entirely or ner
cough. ' JOUH UAJllfl,'
Robinson street, Allegheny,
A GRBAT CURB BT DB, KBYBBR'B 1?B0T0RAX
8T all P. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had aeonghing and spitting, which eommeooed aooot
the. 4th of t abrnsrv last, and continued eight month.
employed th belt phyticiana In the country, and my
eon.h eontlnnAd nnabated until early in October.
that time I wa advised lo try your PB0T0RAL COUGH
BYRUP, which I did, and alter I had taken on bottle 1
waa entirely free from th coughing and spitting. I had
daanairedof IUf tettlo. Well, tnd I think it Should
known thtt this valuable remedy will do for othen what
itbatdonelnmyeaae. JUim U. i.ITTL,
Witness B. Mf Bibb. . . Peebles townhjp.
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PAT-ronTr-April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Bom tlm ago, an old
neluhhorof mine ws very Uliwlthabad couth which
every one supposed to be consumption. Bit relatives
told ma that he had taken every iwaasdy they heard ef
without benefit; hta brother earn to see him die, anal all
were confirmed In the benei tnat ne eoum not live. J
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Brruo
which I gave him, and it entirely cored him, to the aston
ishment of all. Wbat maket th case more remarkable,
it th extreme age oi tne man, neneingaoonteigntyyea
old. I have no doubt the Pectoral tared hit life. -
. . JOHMN' OUiNU.
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DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP IN BLAIR8-
VILLE. Please lead m another anppiy of your Tam
able "Pectoral Byrup," Almost everybody around ns
baa the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pso torsi
Syrup." We have sold sixteen bottle last weak, and are
now entirely ont. Mr. A. Alterand Mr. P. Maber, both
of Blairtviile, Pa ., tell us they would not b without U
in their families. In fart, all who at It Once want it
again. Youn, respectfully, . i - . - ..
- 3.6. WATTBRBON A 80NI ,
! JanuuyJO, 1800. ; ; ., .. .
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ANOTHER NEW CERTIflCATB DB. KEYSER'S
PB0T0RAL BYKUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and cold tor eeveral week so bad wa it that I ould sot
aleep. 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three ef
tnebestphyslclansln the city, whom 1 oould name, but do
not do so. I finally procured bottle of your Pectoral
Byrup, which cured me entirely. ' signed, -
t. W. B1M0NT0N, ".
I 836 Liberty street, PltUburgh, Ps ,.. an. J lSpO.
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"STOP TH ATjCOUOHrNfl." 'How eaa I do Itr "Oo
to Keytei'ton Wood tlreet and get a bottle of bis Oough
Pectoial, and If that don't cure your, your eaa moat be
desperate Indeed." Ibis it aspecunen of th tolloqay
one hean almost every day la cold eatchlog periods of
th year. And we eaa, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in the adviser's admonition as above, for we
have tried the "Pectoral." in a mott stubborn ease, with
entire sueceee. near two week ago we want to Pittsburgh,
with one of the most distressing, contrary, mullah, si.
tubdnable coughs wt ever experienced tlno our advent
apon this mundane sphere, we coughed steadily and
laboriously for on whole week, lo hope of tirino it ,
knt it waa no eo. In tact tt aeemed rather to have Im
proved by practice, and lo have acquired strength, poten
cy and dittrtetibiiity by the operation. In this stare of
lb siege, we oo jbed our way to Keyaer'i, 140 Wood St
procured a fifty oeot boUl of tha "Pectorals'' took it
accordlog to direction, and In forty -eight hours we were
matter of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an ad Ternary aa aeyaer'a famous "Ooagh
Pectoral, "irovmevuie vupper, jveo. is, join.
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DB. KBYBBR'B PB0T0BAL SYRUP I prepared and
sold by Dr. 0E0RQM II. KXYSBB,, 140 Wood street,
flittnurgn, ra.
! Bold In Columbui by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
rpOOTIIACIIB KEIflEDY. ) j .,
' A BTJRK CimE. ''"
Prepared tnd told by '""
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Price, 25 cents. 140 Wood St., PitUburgh, Pa,
iO Sold In Columbui by ROBERTS k BAMUBL.
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Master Commissioner's' Sale.'
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Theodore Oometock
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Court of Commoa Pleat.
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TT VIRTUE OF Alt ORDER OV SALE
to me directed from the Superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at tb door of
the Court House, in toe city of Colnmbua, on
Saturday, the 25th day of May, A.; D,; f961,
between the hours of 10 o'clock,' A. M., and 4 o'olock.
r. a., tne rouowing aetcnoea real asiatt, Mtaat rn us
county c-franklln, and Stat of Ohio, and township of
Sharon, ta Wit: Part of Lot No, 33. Beetion 8, Township
x, Huge 10, uniteu states unitary lano, nounatn on the
west br the WorthingtoB and Columbus Blank road, on
th south by lands of John Gregg, on th seal by th
tier una, ana on tne noun Dy in una oi notes a. WII
kinson.fcontalnln. U acre more or lets. ,t ...
ALSO, Lot No6U, except abouione half an tor lying oa
the west side and adjoining the Cleveland and Colombo
Rail Road, deeded lo Susan Oivkaytttid Let Mo. 6ft, be
ing In Bastion 2, Township 9, Range 18, United Stales
Military land, and bounded on the west br the tier line.
on ths south by lands of Orange Johnson, on Jlhe east by
in. section line, ana on iu stni ny tin as or AlOn. p.
Wilkinson, eontalnlng 89 acres more or Hss. . , ...,
Appraised at, rart of Lot No. 33, J0 00 parser, .'i
, IjOl HO. OV, JO vu
O. W HUFFMAN, Sheriff !
;- tnd Master Commlaaloner.
p.0-dltw4t.
Printer s feet 90.00.
CTELLA SHAWLBI STELLA
O SHAWLS 1 1 la ail detlrabit eolovs, tod vary
great bargains
( BA1H BUN.
apnia
No. 99 South High street.
BLACK STHAW UOAlHKIt AND
gmtRibbo-j,ia great variety at BALN'8, ,
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Qimiii
DISCOVERY:
OP THE AGE.
MR. KEN It ED Y,' ' OP ROXRCRTJ
haa dlaoovtred In en of oar oommon pasture weeds
t remedy that ourtf
Every Kind of Hnxnor, .
ft'1. .1.-. ;-i -Ii: ,. FROlf ,
Ths worst lorofuU down to oommon Pimple.
He has triad It m ovtr sleven hundred cue, and nev
er failed except In two oasea, (both thunder humor.) i H
hat aow In bit poeetsaton over on hundred etrtiflcatet of
Its value, all within twenty mile of Boston.
. Two bottle, ere warranted to eur a nursing sore
Btoutk. .. .. :
. One to thre bottle will cur thi worst kind of Pimple
ea the faoe.
Two or three Bottle will elear the system or bile.
Two bottle are warranted to sure th wont canker la
h month or atomach.
Three to five bottle are warranted to ear th worst
kind of Erysipelas.
- una to two pome uw warraassa to cure au isswr w
the Byes. ' -. , .
i Two bottles are warranted te our running o. th ears
and blotches among the hair.
your so six botlas are warranted to cure corrupt ana
conning nlosr. 1
On Dottle will cure tcaiy eruption oi uie sain.
Two or three bottles are warranted to our the went
kind af rlnvworm. ' 1
Two ar three bottles are warranted to cor the meet
desperate oat of rheumatism.
Thre to four bottles are warranted tooureealt-Bheum.
Five to slant bottle will ear tb wont eat oi scro
fula.
A hanant la alwava anerleneed from the first bottle.
a perfect eun is warranted when tb above quantity ii
taken. , . . .
BOXBVHY, II ABB.
Ti. a Minus: The reputation of the Medical Dtl
... a. .1 i I aal. all ktal. A k..AA I. BA WAll aAtAh.
W V.IIU IHH. V. Mww.a, '
Ulnaa oy tne ananimotta voice ot an woo nave ever uscu
It, that I need not say anything en th eubiect, as the
meet skillful physician and the mott cartful Druggist In
tb country are unanimous in it praise.
In nraaantln tha Medical Discovery to vonr notlc. I
do It with a full knowledge of Its curative power, In re.
Having all, and curing moat of those disease to which
you are unfortunately so liable. That moat excruciating
disease to an an eoUoomtoBiAtftar, ' . . . S 1
NVBSIItO SOKE noiini, .-,.
Is cured aa lfby a mlraclsi roar own temper tt restored
to its natural sweetness, and yonr babe from ahort and
frsUulnape to calm and sweet tlumben; and the Medical
Discovery become a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household. ... , ,.
In ths more advanced stare or .. ,;, ,yj
i : . - uASBER ...
Iteztnatethstomuhia ' j ;
which Is nothing bnt canker en th stomach ; then to ths
inusunatana
KIDNEYS,
erestlnga sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evtt
to tne cares of your lanuiy. , ., ,
Year stomach It
RAW AND INFLAMED,
vonr food distresses vou. and vou can only tak certain
klada, and vtn of that yonr system doe not get half
the swnrlshBMnt it eootaina, aa tn acnmonoui nun 01
tha eAoker aata It no: then your eomniexlon lose ill
blooea and eoona sallow end greenish, and your best
day is gone. For want of nourishment your tyttem be
comes loot and flabby, and th fibres or yonr Body o
eome relaxed Then follow a train of disease which th
Medical Dltoovery it peculiarly adapted to
1 a. aa , . . t. I
v tt nni '-
PalnliaHaa of th heart, pain tn tb tide, weakness e
theanln and small of th back, pain of th hip Joint
when you retire, Irregularity of the bowels, and alt,
Ihat mott xcrncating oi oietascs, tne
I . FILES,-
PTav siAnv thousand of Door women are suffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
neat door nelthooraoe sot tnow me cause, a wisu m
Unpret on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
of prevention a Better inaa a pounu oi sum, is iu
JIIEDICAIi DISCOVERY
yoa hav both the preventative and ths ear, with this
great, ana gooa quality, was it win never, uniicr euy
circumatanoea, do yoa any Injury.
THE STEDICAL DISCOVERY '
Is spclaly Intended for dltaues of th blood, bat tine
iutntrodactlon In the Western Btates, It I found to be
IM twit -
AGUE REMEDY .... .. .
that waa ever before the public
Mo ebant of diet ever necessary eat the sett yoa ean
and gat enough of it.
SiaaoTioaa roa rsa Adult on labia tpooofnl per
day Children over ten year, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. At no directions
ean bt applicable to all eonsltutions, tak sufficient to
oyerats oa me nowets iwiee t oay. . .j -
i Youn truly,
- D0NNALD KENNEDY
Price 1 .00 per bottle, for ' y every druggist In
the United State. - . tepxinawiy
: PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR ItlVIGORATOR
An Effective, Safa and Economica
i Compound, , , !
1 '.' FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR ,
To Its original color without dyetag, and preventing the
j AUkUirom turning gray. ,
: FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And caring It, whn thtrs is th lout particle ef vitality
I or recuperative energy remaining. '
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
j " Andallentaneovsaffsetlons of the Scarp. .. I .
j ' FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. .
Imparting to It tn aneqaled gloss tnd brilliancy, nuking
II soft and allkj In Its texture, and cauiing it to curl
readily.
The great celebrity and Increasing demand for thii on
equaled preparation, oonvlnoet the proprietor that one
trial t only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of it
superior qualities ovtr any other preparation in nse. It
eteanae tha head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous dlssasss, eeasinej the hair to grow lnxuriantli
giving tt a rich, toft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
alto, where tb hair It looaanlngand thinning, it will give
strength and vigor to the roots tnd restore the growth te
boss part which hav become bald, causing It lo yield a
rash eoverlng of hair. i . .
' There ore hundred of ladles and geitltmtn' In New
York who nave had their hair restored by the ate of thii
Invirorttor, when ell other preparations have felled. L.
M. haa la hi possession letter innumerable testifying
to the above facta, from persons of the highest redteote
hillty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
antil the latest period of life; and la oases where1 the hair
haa already changed Iteoolor, the nse of lb Invigorate
will witn oertaiaty res w re u to it original nu, gtv
lag tt a dark, glossy appaarano. A a perfum for the
toilet and a Hair ttettorauv it is particularly recom
ended, having an ameeahle fragranosi and the treat ta-
oillllee it afford la drtmlng tb hair, which, when moist
with tb Invlrorator, ean be dressed In any required
term to at to preaarv its place, whether plainor In curlal
bene the great demand for It by the bidlsa as a ttaodard
toilet article which bob ought to be wlthoat,as the price
places It wianin tn reaon wt au, eeing .
I . ftn1 Ticantw.lfiwa f!nta
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per bottle, to be bad at all respectable Druggist and
I Perfumers.
i L. MILLEB would call th attention of Parents ud
Soardlana te th at of his Invlrorator. In cue when
the children hair lnollnetto be weak. Th at of it
ley tb foandatloB for oooaneaa of naer, . as It re
move any imparities that may bay become eonneoted
with tb ecalo. th removal ef which I netware both
for tha health of tb child, anil the future .appearance of
It Hair. vi'.:,.
: Caottob. None genuln witaout the fae-elmHe LOTUS
HILLBB Being ea tn oatsr wrapper; also, I. MIL
LER'S HAIR INYIG0BAI0R, N. Y blown In the
glSAW. - - I .'. . ..... . .
WholMtl Depot, M Dey street, and told by all th
principal arenaott ana vniggiits uupughont th world
' Liberal dlseoaat to pnrchaten by the quantity. '. i
' I also desire to preeent to tb American Publle my
lOW AID . laTBOVE) niSTAllTAiraOTJg
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after tears of (dentine experimenting, X have
bronchi to perfection. It dye Blank or Brown Instantly
wlthoutlnjury to th Hair or Bkln; warranted the best
artloitoi inuaainxitano. . j . ,
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, "66!
OOtS8:dltwly.
Dey St New ; York.
WtTtTA BTTATfTTt VTOTJI
it
DR.
,j V KUV BAA.WUAAAS UOAk .. ..
J. i LSUvtc UUUo
-"VJSGr KT AHT iTTl
IIPERIIL - WOE - BITTERS?
All who are aOllcted with Incipient Oontumptlon or
Weak Langs Should use taem. -
All who Buffer front Weak BtoauMhs, Indigestion, Sys-
priarPUshoaldaathta. . , . . .i
an ess smnes- lroaa atenenu or aiervouausoii
Bestlestnesiel night, Want ef Steep, As., should nse
AUBer(oa who are eoavalesoeol tftar fever or other
lieaneasanouKiBaeiriem.
MlalaHri oi the Ooapet, Lawyers, Motnran, ana ai
pnolte erdttire should us theav: -j .
Book keepers, and ail peraoat leiujlng atedantary If
stonldaMlbem.-i n.i . . ; , ...,.,',
Theiaredand rrfirm erioald uae triem.
All wb reqain a etim aaat ortonio should tu them.
AU who araaadlotsd to th uta arUaat titirlts and
rtsktoln(orm,hoaldBtliesB. : .
Vhaa, am aaeoaof a trar Bbrrs wine, and of tha ni-
tfva nCknta end herb ot tb eountry, sad should be re
commended by temr-Trra societies, eiergymsn, nhiti.,
tttfl,andaUfriesHlafkmULOity... . . ,
Thay are prepared by aa expsrieneed and tklllfnt phy
slclan. and. ssidalram their medicinal propertlea, are a
aovtdelirhtful beveragei ad yet, as a medicine, are it
loneeentandbarmlessaatb dewiof heaven. -
Sold by drurvwt gene rally f; . . .
ClIAJEkIJA WIT.DmKLD A CO., ?roprltor, ,
-i.'i. ; f WUlUtBBi St. Itew YoyB.. ,
E0S2STS & 8AIIUZL,-Agential
. .. r ?TvimyjiartiA ffhla - '
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v Iv : tjtit ,iil Id v.li! ti I
eeCHdkWlF.
r.A t
ii
Wir VUIXI-
WepvousHeadache
By tb nt of these PI1U th periodic attacks of Ner-
vou or Sid Btadaehe may b prevented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack lamtdhUe relief from .
pain aad sickness will be obtained. , .
They seldom fall In removing th Nautea and
ache to which females are so subject. "'
They act gently noon tb bowel removing OoHi ' '
a. ,' .; -. .
for Uterary Men, Btudentt, Dtllcatt Female
and all persons of itdentary habitt, they are Value '
at a lamatite. Improving the appetite, giving lone
vigor ta th digestive organs, and restoring tb aatur
elasticity and strength of the whole syiteta.
', TUB CEPHALIC PILLS in th result or long laves
ligation and carefully conducted experiment, having
been in use many years, during which time they hav
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the nenxme
system or from a deranged state of th efowkioA.
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, aa
nay be taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and the aieenoe of any
dUagrteaUe taete render it eaty lo adminieter them
children. , ,
j BBWAHBUt uuunxanraiTBi
Th genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box. . ' . t i
old by Druggists snd all other ueaiere in neaicinee.
A Box will b sent by mall, prepaid, en receipt ef the
, Prioo, 33 OontSe
i AU order should b addressed to
1 j HENRY O. SPALDING,
I " : ' ' 48 Cedar Street, New Yerk. -
I THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS.
J WILL C0NYINCB ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
i .
; j . THAT A
i SPEEDY ABD SURE CUEE
: I . IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
Ak Ihei 7teHmoniali vere uniolieited hy Ma, Itixt
na,ihey afford unqyeetionabte proof of the iffl
ency of thii truly ecienlifo ditcovery.
Masohvilli, Conn , Feb. i, 1881. -
Ut. Brixnitto.
8m:
I btve tried your Cephalic Pills, and Uie them to -well
that I want you to tend me two do I Ian worth more.
Pan of those are for th nelghbon, to whoa I gave -few
out of the Bnt box I got from yon.
Bend the Pills by mail, and oblige
t Your obrt Servant,
j JAMES KENNEDY.
I ,- : mvxxrono, Pa., Feb. 4, 1901. .
Ilk. Bfalsiim.
! Bib:
I with yon to tend me on mora box of yonr Ctphalte
Pills, have received a great deal of benefit from them.
. ! ... Yours, respectfully,
' MABY ANN8T0IKH0USB.
, ! . Bntrrs Carta, Hobtibotob 0., Pa., k
' January 18, 1861. f
II. C. Bfaloiito.
' Bib: '
Yoa will please tend me Iwo boxes c. your Cephalic
Pills. Bend Ibem immediately.
Iteanaetfullv vonra.
I .
rfnu. D. niatune.
'P. B Ihaveuitd ont boa of your Fillt, and And
themewcellent.
I Bmu YtaaoB, Onto, Jaa. 15, IBOI, :
nmtr 0. Bpaldino, Esq.
'Plesse find enclosed twenty -Ave cent, for which rend
me another box of your Cephalic Pill, they art truly
tkt beet I'Uli I hare ever tried.
Wind A. STOVER, P. M.,
, ; . Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
!-''' BtVBtLT, Ma., Dto. 11, 1800. .
H.O. ErALSigo, Esq.
-1 wish for som circaltra or large show bills to bring
your Cephalic Pills mora particularly before ayeuste
men. .If you have anything of th kind, please tend to
me.
On of my euttomtre, who Ii subject to ttvsre SI ok
Iteadache, (usually luting two dsys,) wai cured ofan
attack in ont hour by your Pille, which I dot her.
BetpeetfuUyyoure,
j W. B. WILKES. '
I RiYxototBuaa, Ttitiun Co., Ohio.I
' i January W, IBC1.
nmRV O. Bpalbik,
I . No. 4S Cedar it., N. Y.
Dbab 8ta:
. - Inclosed find twenty five cent, (35,) for which tend .
box of "Cephalic Pills." tend to tddreai of Rev. Wa.
0. Filler, Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
- Your Pull work like a charm curt Beadacht at
molt initanter.
I Truly youn,
WM. 0. FILLER.
Y return, Mica., Jan. 14, 1861 .
Ma. Bpalbwq.
8m:
i Net long tine I tent to yon for a box of Oephalle Pllll
for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Coetivenete,
and received the time, and they had to good an-effect
that tea induced to lend for mott.
i Pleat tend by return mall. Direct to
I A. B. WHEELER,
. YpiilaoU, Mich.
. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
' Cephalie Pill accomplish th object for which they
were mad, Tit.t Oure of beadach In all its forms.
! . From ths Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.
' They have been tested In mors than a thousand oaeea
With entire tueoest. . ( .
I -
i ' - 'From th Democrat, St. Clond, Minn. ... :,
If you are, or hav been, troubled with th beadach
Send for a box, (Cephallo Pill,) to Ihat yoa By have '
them In case or an attack. . i ....
j ' . ' From th Advertiser, Providence, B. I. '
I The Oephalle Pflli are aaid te be a remaikably tfftetlve .
remsdy for the heedieba, and on of the very best for
that very frequent oomplalnt, which has ever been dis
covered. : ', ( .
I ' From lbs Western B. B. Guette, Chicago, lit. ;
i Wt heartily endorse Mr. Bptnldlng, aad his Bnrlvtltd ,
Cephalic filli. . . - - j - , -
! ' From th Kanawha Valley Star, avanawha, Ta. t tn,,
' W are rare that pereoni suffering with th headache .
Who try them, will sUck to them. "
" - . ..
From lb Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La.
: Try them! yoa that are afflicted, and w are sure that
year testimony can be added to th already oumerou
list that baa received benefits that no other medicine can-.'
produce, i. . . ' .. . .(, 1 1 j
'' Fnml th 8U Louis Democrat. '-
Ths Immenie demand for the article (Oephalle Pills i
Ii rapidly Increasing. .....
' From th Oaaetta, Davenport. Iowa. . ,
Mr. Spalding would not onaot bit nam with an ar
Ucl he did not avtote to posses real merit,
HTA ttngl bottle ef SPALDINO'S PBJPARBD,
OLUB will sav ten times its oost annnally.ai '
BPALDINO PmAREDGLDE I ,V,',
.... . SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
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ir' BPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE1-. f
i 8 ATI THI riSOISI
I0ONOMYI DaBPATUBt
' 1E?MA STTrca rw Tun iawas Vae.nXH t ' r...
' A aeewt 1en rI aay.ll KaI.MSI- a7frB la wU rwgnlated fam
ilies, it livery deslrabl to bav torn obeap and eoa
venient way for repairing Furniture, Soya, Crockery,
. v i f vtrwn a VBIPABED GLU1 r r
meets til snch tmsrgencles, andBobouss holdem ifforj
to b Without It. , it U Biwaya w-. -r -lagpolnUr-
.1rltB'''OTJSS., '""
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rt.'B'.-A Bra aeoompanle wtch Mil."''1 J-?.
eents. X: - AWre-a,w r. ,
v; ! 1 1 , r-, t - : ; So( 4 uedar Btreet, Mw Yeit.-
',r.s .. caution'. ' '' " " J
i. .rt.tn Bn.rlBclpled persons are ttttmptinr tt)
n.lm off on the nnsopeol" publlo, ImltaUoni of Bay
ffPALDrNa'?
fcoutsld wreppwt H tbrt art WlnUUi.g0 ;
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