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JUST RECEIVED BY ; . ,
1 WI1 A. GILL, (
No. 30 North High Street,
' . . ..
Oat of till Urf Mt tot Best MWI
il. ow ?. OltTI, , I
House - Builders' lt Furnishings
Of EVERT STYLE ANB QUALITY.
PAINTS CROWD IS OIL, '
'end pat uplu half sound cons for family a, and Pit
i t. t,tu'.'i",: '".MnUlBbaa. ' i
Brushes of every variety & quality.
1 ' '' A' Splendid Assortment of - i
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIAD3.
i '
AXES GRINDSTONES, Sus. . - '
, GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Q.
- ' . FISHING TACKLE.
' ' t L - '
ROPE A CORDAQB,
' LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.1
BELTING.
WEDGE3, MAULS, PUMPS,
, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, etc., ' " '
' ' SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
' 1 especially Invite the attentloa of ill Interested to ay
took o Pooket and Table Gallery, end . J : ' : "
SILVER PLATED FOHKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fec,
of KOOERRe A. BR0S. Manufacture, warranted to ba
extruheavy, Electro-Plated, on feaalaa Albetta.
Ooaatry Merchants, Msohaaice, aad ethers, an United
to aall aad examine my 8 took, aa 1 am prepared to eell
Wholesale and Retail. ' Witt. A. GILL.
Oalaabaa, Ohio, Maj 8, I860.
LATHROPp LUDINGTON & CO.
23 & 25 PABK PLACE, .
20 4 22 KURBAY 8TBEBT,
. 3M XJ W TORS,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
DEY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPRING, 1861.
We are opening, at ear araple wartroosna, at the above
Bombers, ttooka of Goods In sack of the six departments
( oar business, eaperior la anything we haTe heretofore
esnlbitedte the trade.
CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
Thla hu frown to 1U present magnitude under the
i thovmurh inutsnL of a barer of looc experience and
acknowledged good taate. We keep extenslre llnea of
th final and choicer
FANCY VE$TJC$
AND
FANCY CASSIMERES
To be foand in the market, all etleeted with the nleatt
dlecrtmlnatioa. Alto, all gndet, colore and Tarietiea of
BROADCLOTHS,
SATINETS,
LADIES' CLOAINNGS,
TWEEDS,
S1NTUCKT JEANS, from X to eenta par yard
aad upwards;.
TrTIID8,lX to B per yard last year sold a
18 to SO;
PRI5TID BATINIT8, at 14 aents;
And tiker Choi eomtfonJinjlif Lw.
Dhess-Qoods Department.
Maachettet De Lalnea,
Bamtltoa . do.
Pacifto do.
Printed Lawns,
Printed Brilliantaa,
Pane; Ginghams,
Bombasines,
Black Bilks,
fancy Silks, ' 7
Printed ChaUla,
- Hancheatar Oinghares,
Olesgow do, .
Clinton do.
Ottoman Cloths, .
Alpeeae,
Poplins,
. . AndthtNemSiUctSlyUof
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Herruaae Prints, Richmond's Prints, '
Oeeheoe do. American do.
paelae do. Dunnell's do.
Bprague's do. English . do.
' Meocnestsr, o. Prints, Ac.
DOMESTIC COTTONS.
Lawreace 0. Bbeellnge, Allaatie A. aheetlngs,
Btark do. Ameskesaj do.
Lathrop do. ' Appletoa do.
Bhawaat do. Irerett do.
Poeaeiat do. Utlea, o., do.
All OtUa and Width.
BLIACHID IIURTINOS AND 0BMTI1CO8.
Waasatta. Dwlght, Uwranoa,
Lonsdale, ' Sreat fails, ' Naumkeaf,
ill, wallhaas, vooii,
Hew Tort Mllle, e.,ae.
SHATO AND MANTILLAS,
A UMB AND SIUOraSSOBTMBNT.
COTTON ADBS a great rarlety.
OHBOKS do.
TICKINQS-all the kadlng brand -
DRNIMS do. - do.
BHIRTINO STRIPIS-all the leading brands.
ANKIBN8 . do. do.
OOR8KTJIAN8 do. " do.
unBirNl Aa. ' do.
DAMASKS. PAPER OAHBRI08, COLORED CAM-
BRICB,etc., aa. .
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
WHITE GOODS, 1
EOBTZST,
. YAIKIX XOTJOVS,
Gentlemen's FnrnishiBg Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
' CABFETS AND OIIClATHSt ;
. And a treat variety of Aooda not enaaMratea-eJl of
whiohwepiedgaoarselTeBtosill at the low atari
reesatbe auger portion at (root 10 to 30 per cant, less
baa last rear , -
L ATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.,
HEW YORK.
aarS
RIPOUTED GOODS.
Jcrr RECEITEB- -,. V
80 easea Italian Oil, Bartoa Co., for table ass.
. ta Inaeh llaataid. farorlts braoda:
ft " Boned aasdlaoe, the BKBI Bardlnea lmp'id
4 " af Oapanaaeviiraa.
- A u Table Banees ''Lea A Perrln's Woresstsr
ahlra," 'Borer's Sultana," "John Ball,"
"Uarrey," "Keening.' ... ,
1ft 1 Walnut and Tomato Catsup.
Tjdos.OrMe A Blaeknll's eeletirated Bagltth
Plcklee, eonetrttng of "Oaeltflower," ri
ealiH." -Chow-Chow ." "Walnut,'' b-
,'i ka," Cabbage,' "Beans," "flherk's"
xPkklea. ,
Loudon Porter. 1
Oampbell's celebrated Scotch Ale.
lOinrer Preserree.
too
6
1 4 boxes Italian Macaronl.and TinasiilUa. " I
nMs Oox'e we ta line. ....
OoHnan's eeletonted English Mustard, an kegs, boxes,
rs a rFTr inn iim
mVl TT', ':v "WM. KaDOliAW.
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1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
OoaneoUni at Oraatllna with the PITTSBURGH, IT
i lVXYVS k 0BI0A00 BAILBOAD i .
fbr Pittibwrak flUladilvMa and BaUimor: Al$o
.- forrori Vavn4Hd Chloaga. i .(
OoBnecUniatpiereland with theLAKI BIIOBI BAIL-
. 1, .WAV
Far Dunklr'k, Hnffa.l, Albanjr, Boa
loat aadNew Xrk.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,1'
. ' ' .' cxoKri idnday,
From Coluraboa, In oonnectloa with Iralnion the
LIT TLB niAMI AND COLUMBUS
AMD XJilUlA UAlAlf.UAal9.
, - . I1BBT TRAIN.
NIGHT BXPBESli Learee Oolnmbaa at 3.40 A. M (
will leave paaaeofera at all etitiona aoutli of uauun,
inn k1 DaUnn. Aahlc. Cullnlon and OlUed. and
I allaUUona north of OaHea. arrtrlna at Olereland
t 0:41 A. M.. Dunkirk S5 P. H.. BaBelo 5 25 P. Ai
AlbaaT 0:00 A. U New fork 10:30 A. la. Boeton i
P. at-, PUUborf h Tie greetllne 3:vo r. M , rniiaaer
phlaMO A. At. ObleacoTia Oreelllneat8:20F. U.
B100MD TBAIN.
KBVT TOKK 1XPBB8B Learea Oolambne at ll:lU
e. m. wtUatoaatLewUt.'enire.l'eiaware.uaraiDaton
Otlloa, OiwtUaa, Bhelbj, Hew fconaon, weiUDntoo ana
Onf ton, arrira at Olereland at 3:25 p. m.; Dunkirk,
t:W p. at. I Buffalo, 10:S3 p. m : Albany, H:45a. m.
NewTmk. B:30 a. ra.: Boeton. : n. m.; rituboran
tfaOraetllae. 8il0n. .: Folladelpbla. 10 a.m., Con.
aeeteat Bhalbj for all polnu oa Banuamy, Hanjaeia at
Newark K. K., north of Bbelby.
TBI&D TRAIN.
MAIL AND AOOOMMODATION-Ltavee Oolnmbae
at 3:iU p. ra. Will atop at all etatlona South of BMelby,
ana ai new -uonaon. noennier, neiiingwn, wrmnon.
and Berea: arrlre at Olereliod at 0:10 a. m.; Dunkirk,
S:50 a. re.: Buffalo. ASO a. m.: Albany. 3:30 a.m.; New
York, 0:30 p. ra. Boeton. ILiJp. ra.i PltUburgb, via
Oretlina,at Kilo a. m.; rMladelpbia, a: 1J p. m., uon
aeeteat Bbelbf for all pointi en Buduiky, ManiSeld tk
Newark Bailroad.. ., j
Patent Bleeuinr Cari are ran on all
; Sight Iraina to Chioago, Hew
York and Boston. -'
Baqqagt ChtcJb& Through to Ken Tort and Xotton
via Ufwami; alio, to rnuaatipMa ana
JVw JSnkwto OeatltM.
, " . . RETURNING.
Might lxpreaaarriveaatOolurabaiat...ll:iSP. M.
Olneinnati Bxpreea ... " 11:10A.M.
AooomaodaUon, " " " 0:10 P. il.
fare aia Vn aa bj any other Route.
Alt for Ticht aia Ctntlime r Clntland. .
FLINT.
Bnperintendent, Olereland, Ohio.
J AMIS PATTERSON. Agent,
' ' I .. Oolambue, Ohio.
Oolumkue, April 15, 1851.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & "Wheeling,
OONireCTINfl TIA
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
WITH TBI
BALTIMORE & OHtO Ra Re,
AND TIA
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
WITH TBI
Pennsylvania . Central ll R ,
POR
Boaton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Wajblngton City, Pittsburgh, tod
II Eutera Cltlei. ;
NO. 1 IIPRI83 -
Learee Oolambne at 3:30 A. M.t etope at all itelloneeut
of Newark when aignallrd. Arriree ai Newark at 4:50 A.
a., Eanearllle at 6:00 A. At., Bellaire at 10:80 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore Ac Ohio B. R., and via
Plttebargh with Pennejlrania K. B. for all eutern cities.
MO. S IXPBISB
Learea Columbui at 11:18 A. M.; atopa at all ititloot
when eignalled. Arrirea at Newark at 13:48 A. M.,
Zaneenlle at 9:04 P. H.; Bellaire at 8:10 P. M., eon-
aeeUnc with the Baltimore It Ohio R. R. for all eutern
citiea.
NO. 3 IXPBISB
Learea Ootambaa at 3:10 P. H.; atopa at all tationawhen
it mailed. Arriree at Newark at :JU r. M., zaneerllie
ati:40 P. M.. Bellaire at 0:45 P. M., conneotlng ria
ritubartk with the rennarlraale a. a. lot all eutern
eiUea.
ThU Route offers the ADVANTAGE of a Throngh
Ticket aad Baggage Check to WASHINGTON CITY,
u.talea airee ihe Paeeentar Aa pririleae of rhitini
BALTIJdOBB. PHILADKLPBIA aod Naff-TOBK, at
Ihe eoat of a New-Tork Ticket alone or tbeprlrilege of
sidling all of the principal 8IABOARD CITIES at the
oost of a BOSTON Ticket alone, ria other Routes
mc or n subtun xicset atone, in oiuer aouicb.
Thronsh Tickets to NIW-TORK can be procured ria
WABHlaUlUfl 01TX,ataa aaaiuooai expense oi w
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
Ai oa other Routes.
Sleeping CafS On all JNlght IraillS,
ABK POR TIORITB TIA
Calanakna aad Bellaire ar Wheellna;
JNO. W. BROWN.
Apr. IS. Oen. TiciM Agmt
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
rrrRgamilf ATES AT WASHINGTON
1 ui aaltimoreaa the East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Peelrerebarg en the West, at which places It aoltee
with Railroads, steamers, c., lor ana from an points
In the .
West. NoitUi-weet and Narth-weat
THEEE TEAIK3 DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
Thla k tke oaly routs ta Wulilngton Olty.
PsseeneersbTthls ronta oaa riilt Baltimore. Phlla
delphla. Mew York and Boeton, at the cost of a ticket to
Boeton alone by other lines.
Throa.h ttckata ta tha Bastera dtiea can be procured
ria Washington. Olty at aa additional charge of two do!
lars.
Iimim (Ta.. iTTum iu niaarr txatm.
Tbnaos p4coiia fart aiun as eta any ovur
Inquire for Heketa rtoBataxtore and Ohla Railroad at
any af tha principal aaiiroea omcee in us w est.
i, - Buiaaiaa.uui nnnnAiraii
Bsuiias, Ohio
L. If. COLE, General Ticket Agent,
W. 9. BMIT1I. Master Transportation.
oetDS-tf. . BALTiHoaa, HI
TRAVELLERS!
l gXkn WOm n W new I arm Uino uiirw to iiw
VY SKlITIliiOMAN HOUSE
BROADWAY, CORNER 01 HOUSTON BTEET
Ooadnctedoa tha .
EUROPEAN PI AN. ,
flood Fare, Oood Rooms. Prompt Attendance, and Mod
ataMVaargat. ?.. .. ,
BINOLI ROOMS SO CTB. 75 0TB. sad SI PER DAY
DOUBLE ROOKS end PARLORS l, to S3
Heala aa ordered. 'This Hotel hu all the appointments
the beat hotels, a moat central location, and h) heated
laroagMat ay steass. bajbueij a. siaao.
aaarohoajaa rroprietor.
XXmTJXlJSJNCJlZI
'! JOEV H WHIXS, :' '
A GENT FOB nOBIE, CONTINENTAL,
XV is AwaaT-raa, eaccarrr, ana tarwe rui iss. uo.'
Nsw Yoaa: MimcRiirn' and Cm I na or His tt oaa
Raw Ioa( Lmacd von. ncrvix Lira.
I
Offlca 81 Hlfal
9Ui Sarate't Ml
SWT-dip "
. , Alexandre's, Kid Gloves. . '
PLAIT" AND EMBROIDERED, NOVS
QCETAIBA aad smlwehane Black Eld Olores.
embrotderad In whtte,aMgenta,porpla, Am. Undressed-
uteres. Hiesee aw u lores. Aaoenpieta aesonmeni
these calebrated ulores always for sale ny , ,
. uain ai eon.
.J ,. No. M South nigh street
OoPartnenhip. i .
HATE TniS DAW ADMITTED KIT
son JAMBS ADttERBAIS ae partner in my bust
etss, which will hereafter be conducted ander the firm
Bala A Bon.; P. BAIN. SO South High 8t...
Oolnaabaa, f b 19. 1801. . . it- .. fcblS
Canton Mattings.
-4. 54 e-4 Trait anal Red and
White Checked of superior quality, tor sals by-
BAIN A BON.
mhS3
,, No. SO South High St.
BLACK STRAW BONNETS AND EL,,
agaat Ribbasa, ta irnt rarMy at " BAIN'S,
aetS .:,-.. -No. BS, High street.
OHIO BTATE3IIA1I
SIEIllI
Nos. 36, 3S & 40,
North Dish St.
INCREASED FACILITIES I
HAVING. MOVED INTO, MY
NEW BUILDING,
' ' 1' HAVE ' '
. MY. . ,;-! '
BOOK I JOB DEPARTMENTI
' WHILB BOTH HAVE BEEN
, REPLENISnED THROUGHOUT
' . ' WITH -
New , Types, Borders, Ornaments, ' &c
- PROM TH1 OILBRRATRD fOUNDRT OP
C. T. WHITE A CO., NEW YOKE,
.', ':. j THUS MAKING IT TBI
Most Complete Establislur snt
1N the city.
I am now prepared to XzaeaU all Ordn for
BOOK AND JOB
. PEINTING,
WITH DISPATCH!
And ! tao Xott Approved Style of the Art.
- PARTICULAR ATTINTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
rixiTra?i3sra-.
DMla of LaeTlDg-, , Clrcniare, '
Hill lleada, Blanks, Deedef
. Vertifloatea. . Heoeipta. ' -
, JJrap x'tcketa, . ( HeKtatera,
IIOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS,
CABDS,
HXABIBOS,
aTOTEB,
XHVZIOPZS,
, C0STBACT8.
Illustrated Show Bills,
-' - FUR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, '
Show Bills, Hand Billa, labala, Concert Pro
trammel, School and College Behemea, Ho-
tel. Bills of Tare, InyiUUona, Ae.
Bools. Worn
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School aad College Catalogues,
XlsoeUaneoM Pamphlets,
ConititntloBS, Reports, Briefs, ae
Printing in Gold and Colors
E OSTER8
Printed la Krery Color on a
IlammothHoe Cylinder,
The only Press of the kind In Central Ohio.
Mr facilities fbr doinc an and all of the abore descrln-
uvub vi win, v nuw BiuurrMm, WHi wiancugo wui
be jraaranteed in all cases.
I iL All won furnished proraptlr trr the tune promised.
. juuruuiu siavie.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
ISTo. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'flARRA
ABE NOW RECEITINOTHEIR WIN.
TER GOODS, and Inrlte the psMia to Inspect
them. No such stock of Good, baa erer been brought to
this market. . The South, in eonseoueeeo ol tha failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity oi ncn gooaa, ana tnis net oaa forced tas
Importers to sell them at pnMle auctioa. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) kelag la Mew xork at taess tanrs sales, took
edrsntage of them, and we oen and will sell ear goods
here, at lea than any one who purchased two weeks since.
paid for them la New York. Our stock is complete la
erery aeperuaeni oi
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, . .
. OTTOMAN VELOURS, ,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MEBINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
. .. . dyed cOBUGSi
BLACK ALrACAo, . . ., ; i :
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DKL.AINE9.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Eve Thausand Dollars Worth "
Bought in One Day,
At ane half tha Coat af ImpenfatlOB
LAmES7" FURS,
In all Tarletiee, mt tha Celebrated
, ' nannfatare af C. G. Gnn
... there Ac 8on. , .
' HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, :.
Hen's. Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drawerr
Ladies. Misses and Children's Hosierr of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Olores
of erery make.
- albo ...
A eemplete assortment of nil the usual rarie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
. OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, Ae., fto.
Ta persons who aall on us, we nledrs ear words to
show them the largest, trst aad cheapest stock of Goods
erer seen In this market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking. ' '
deci-dirwawitw. -. - btuhi a U'UABBA.
E. r.VCOLLISTER,
Wholesale ancl Hetall Dealer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
No. 35 IlftK Stroet,
P I T
a Tl TT T fl TT U
J an J All Ai f Jm
a.
Keop
. rtwsse Afaa an ua ai
Oct. n-ia . .
' 'Wm' knabe & co.:
AT TIIEIH NEW f4Aa.ES--
ROOM, NO. 150 BALTIMORE 8T.X JYVi!
t ana 1 1 I 1 1
N0S.i,S,aad7N.EUTAW8TElT,
Offsr for sals their celebrated : .) ;
GOLDEN MEDAL, : -
okaku ,
..... . AND SQARE
.. PIANO-FORTES.
Belne hlihl recommended by the first Professors and
Musical ASMWUrsot sue oounirr, mam . k. .
EVERY ' ; i,. . ,. ,-. .,
INSTRUMENT i -
- WARRANTED POR '
r. . PIYB YEARS.
The most fastidious easterner say rely upon being
pleased in erery respect. - ' -
isrms ilMrai. irn.asasaaw,
SELTZER as WEBSTER. Agents.
ectatilydw. . . , . Ooluabna, Ohio.
TCLEaANT PK.AIN BLACK SILKS f OS
BltMtBaaaoea aad Mantles: also. JUcSj Trlmola
i. tj. .t.k a. , ....... a AIM a.
uu aii iiii. m -, , i . i, . y.'y . . j . A.
SaaViA.. .. .i ,.... I "'"
'
risrow: bisady.
, TELB REVISED STATUTES
'.' ' ".' 'J of the'-' !
BTATHI OF OHIO
tiff A GENERAL NATURE, IN V0R0S AUG. 1, I860.
- . t - OOLIjATKD by I , , .,
Hon, Joseph XL Swan, 1
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i . NSJW - YORK,
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WHO SHOULD TJSE '
nn i nnvrt: nnnc?
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS?
an wno areaciictea witn incipient Oontumptioa or I
Weak Lungs should nee them. I
All who suffer from Weak Btomaeba, Indigestion. Dys- I
pepsiaorruessnouia use mem. .
All who suffer from Oenenl or Nervous Uibll
Reetlestnest at night, Want of Bleep, eto., sbonld nss I
All persons who are eonvalesoent after fever or other
sickness should ase them. . . r . k. .
Ministers of tha Gowel, Lawrsrs. Lecturers, and ai
public speaken shoe Id use them.
Book Keepera, and all persons leading a sedentary If
auouiu use inem. -
The aged snd roflna should uas them.
All who require a atlmulant ortonlo should ase them.
''All who are addicted to tha use of ardent spirits and
wisn lotniorm, snouia ass uiem-- "!- -
They are made of a core Bherrr Win, and of th. na
tive planta and herbs of the country, and should be re
commended try temperanee societies, clergymen, physi
cians, and all friends of humanity.' : :t.
They are prepared by an experienced aad skillful phy
sician, and, ail ile from their medicinal proyertiae, area
moat delightful beraragsi and yet, aa a medicine, are at
mnranianaoarmiesaaauie uewtoi Bcaren. : . . .1
Bold by drunists xenerally. .-. ui i ' 1 1
CHASXXS WIDLIFIELD 00., Proprietors,
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; E0BEET3 & SAMUEL,- Agents, '
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GENTS PAPER
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TTTI INVITE ATTENTION to some of the aioltex-
tnKirdlnaryoureibymy.i , . r:7 i r.'i:.
PECTORAL SYRUP. ; a;
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They are at home, and anv one who has doubts can In
quire of the person wbo have been cured by.lt. . , ...
i DR. KBY8ER IB PREPARED AT ANY TIME To
EXAMINE LUNGS WITHOUT OHARGBi FOR ALL
THOSE WHO NEED VIS MEDICINES. ,
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS -A case of five years'
tending cured by DR. KEYSEU'8 PEOTOBAL SYRUP.
.. .-',. PirrssimsH, Jan. li; istO.'
Db. Karsaai-Mv wife has been afflicted Willi a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for Eva or aia years.
wmcn ,ior several years dock, naa graauany increaseu in
violence. The complaint has been hereditary, and shs
had been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. In tnta state or nei cue, l procured some ot your
Pectoral Oousb Bvrup. I boUahb the first time, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called'
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace oi ine former oisease, except weaa.
ness. I would also state that I ased the medicine my
self to a cold and cough. Tha medicine cured me by tak
lng one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and yon are at liberty to nnbliih this If yoa
desire to do to. ' WM. WILSON,
... , .. ,. v. . ' t .-. Alderman Ftfth Ward. ,
' PiTTsatraaa', Nov 18,1838. '
Da. Ksvsir i Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, In general, it affords ma pleasure Indescrlba
ble to reeommwd your Pectoral Syrup. As a medicine
It IS well worthy the attentloa of any person who may in
any manner be afflicted with eougha, cold, and hoarseness
of any hind, and for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere oold. . .
I have been, more or less. In my life, affeoted with the
severest of oolds and hoarseness. , At times my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of the above Syrup
It would relieve me entirely.
In recommending this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
ssy that it is the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
oure tha above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent. , ,
, . -Yours, most respectfully, ; -. ;
'." ' EDWARD J.JONES, .
' Cashier Citizens' Deposit Bank. -
BTSDsrjcvu.La.0-, March 14, 1850
I have used Dr. Keyser'a Congh Byrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it is
the best medicine for the same that I hare erer taken.
, J.W.PRIOS.
COL. PRATT AND DR. EEYBER'S PEOTORAL
BYRUP. Da. Kivsaa Dear Bin Excnse the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of yonr Pectoral Congh
Syrup sooner. I take great pleasure In saying that it Is
all you say It is. Mlmocluaunou9WO( myeougn
and tha worst one I iu erer afflicted with: I hare not
nsed mora than one-half of tha bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give itas fair a trial
as I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It Is no
quack medlolne." I would not auller another such an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breathe mora freely than I ever did. I shall
alwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. - sou are at uneriy w use my name
in thla regard, as you think proper. X. f . PRATT,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1859.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltlsent. and
who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
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r Prrnstmsif, April 24, 1857.
' READ TOT TRUTH. Da. Kavssm: I bare a daugfa.
trr who haa taken several medicines for a bad sough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of your PECTORAL
BYRUP, and before ehe hsd used half a bottle she was
relieved. The second bottle em red ber entirely of her
COUgh. . r JOHH VAKlfl, .
aodidiou ..roe., ucguci.
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PirnrscitaH, December, 31, 1853. '
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KBYSEH'S PECTORAL
SYRUP. I lire in Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced aoout
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couch continued unabated until eerly In October. At
that time I was adrised to try your PEOTORAL COUGH
BYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle I
was entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of erer getting well, and I think It should be
known that this valuable remedy will do for others what
It haa done Inmyease. . JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. M. staaa. , reeoies lownnip
PATroaTr., April 14, 1857
A WONDERFUL CURB. Soma time airo. an old
nelshborot mine was very UL with a bad cough which
every one supposed to be consumption. His relatives
tola me tnat lie naa raaen every ramcoy iney nearu oi
without benefit; his brother came to see him die, and all
were confirmed In the belief that be could not live.
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup
which I aave him. and It entirely cured nun, te the as ton
lahment of all. What makes the case mora remarkable.
is the extreme age of the man, he being aboutelgbt; years
Old. I have no doum ine sectoral aareu nis lire.
. . JOHMN GINNIB,
DR. EEYBER'S PECTORAL SYRUP Tft ELAIR3-
YILLE. Please send ma another supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Syrup." Almost everybody around ns
has the cold snd are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Byrup." We have aoldstzteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out... Air. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maber, both
of Blalrsvllle, Pa., tell ns they would not be without It
In their families. In fact, all who use it once want it
again. Yours, respectfully,
j. o. vaxj.tu)un sr. ourin
January 30, 1800. '
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYSER'S
PEOTaRAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with acouxh
and cold for several weeks so bad waa it that I sould not
sleep. 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
111. UC.llfU
the best physicians in ine city, wnom i oouia name, oat do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
Byrup, which cured me entirely. signed, i
230 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. 0, I860,
iiotad eniT-fnnnnrvn "'iin.rT a kt ufir.
to Keyser's on Wood street and get a bottle of his Cough
Pectoral, and if that don't cure yoa, your case must be
desperate Indeed." This Is especial en of the colloquy
one hears almost every ("ay in cold eatchlog periods of
the year. And we can, irom actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In the adviser's admonition as above, for we
have tried the "Pectoral." In a most stubborn case, with
entire success. Near two waekeago are went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the moot distressing, contrary, mulish, un
tubduable coughs we ever experienced since our advent
upon thie mundane sphere, rra eouguea steadily and
laboriously for ona whole week, in hopes ef tiring it out,
but it waa no go. in tact is seemea retner to have un
proved by practice, and to have acquired trength.poten
ey and dittrtuibUUy by the operation. In this stage ol
the siege, we eourhed our way to Keyser's, 140 Wood 8U
procured a fifty cant bottle of tha "Pectoral;'' took it
acooruiog to airecaons, ana m loriyigns noun we were
master ol the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a unci out unequal eonmct with ao
formidable an adversary as Keyser's famous "Conch
Pectoral." vroumtvtu vipptr,4ste. is, jtuv,
DR. KEYBBR'B PEOTORAL BYRUP It prepared and
told by Dr. GEUBUB it. neiBisit, J4U wood street.
rmsowrgn. ra. .
Uf Bold in Columbus oy kubkxb a bamcxl
rpOOTHACnE REMEDY, '
" 1 L- 'A 6TTOB3 OtTRE-
Prepared and told by
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Da. GEO. 0.
KEYBER,
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Price, 35 cents.
110 Wood it., Pittsburgh, Pa.
JO Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
octx7:3tawdtlm.
Laces and Embroideries, ;
VALEISClENES, MALTESE A POINT
Lace Oollaraand Belts.- French. Pusher and Thread
iitoe reus, (new patterns.) vaiencieaes, Thread and
Point Laces, Embroidered Collars, Bstla, Triauntngs and
Skirls, Lace Barbee and Coiffures, Plain Linen Oollsrs,
Mtts ana tuns, ximnroiaerea uoiian ana unns in eetts.
- BAIN At BON,'
Ho. fid. South High Street, i
GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS.
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v- . " - GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS..
The patten of these shirts are new. The Bodies, Yoket,
sleeves and bosoms are formed to fit the person wi th ease
aad comfort. Tha mark upon each ana designating the
slse may be relied on aa being eorrectr and etch shirt Is
guaranteed well made. . A full ttook of all dualities
constantly for sale at - - . BAIN'S,
aorxt. . tfa. W Boath High street, n
i Gents' - Linen Shirt Collars,
(r 8TJPER10B QUALITY, IN OAR.
-r xtuin. Btanainr. ityron. rersiirnar. Henrrew ana
other new aheeoo. Msmmsd Packet Handkerohlefs. Neck
lies. BMCkSiBtreei ana Jvenlng Gloves, Half Hose of
every uioa, unaeruarments ana all kinds or uents' fur
alshlng floods in great variety and at moderate priosa. -
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ttWTi ' No. SO Soatb Hlith street.
FANCY DRESS SILKS, t'ltJ . i.-ft "
.. . FANOY DRESS SILKS,' ' ' vr (.M; i ; ,
. ; : FANCY DkKHA BfT.Ka.'.
are BOW offsrina onr imuxnaa .lnk at V bb Tinu.
Silks at prices less than erer before offered in thlt oiur,
fheetteaOoa ef the ladlet ef this ay and witrtnity M
eollcitad. as oar stock Is very tales! and an
complete in nil
UBAIN.
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toUlin atrertji
aavEtT.
MR. KERllEDfi Or HOXBIJHY)
has discovered In ene of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that earee j c r-
; Every Kind of Hiimor,
'".7 i-r A ' !:.'hlt)i,"ri'-i ,'l:o
lbs wont BorofnU aowi to sommon Plmpla
;i Ha has tried U to aver slsvia'houdrea eases, atd nev
er failed except in two oases, Iboth thunder humor.) He
has now In bis possession over one hundred certificates of
Itavalue, all within twenty miles of Boston. -'
Two bottles are warranted to core t nursing sore
foonthc- .i iv ; i- i :; - - .-, '.
One to three Miles will sure the. worst kind of Pimples
on tha face. ; -
' Two or three bottles will dear tha system ef Riles. '
Two bottles are warranted to cure Bit Wore! canker in
the mouth or stomach. I".'
Three to Bra bottles are warranted to cure the Worst
kind of Erysipelas. . v ,, - j - .-.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all husi6T
the Eyes. -,. , . :. . . .
- Two bottle are warranted to cur runnthg o tie ear
and blotckeaamong tha hatr.i - i
four to six hotlssara warranted to cure corrupt tad
running ulcers. ' I um '
- One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin, t H
Two or three bodies era, warranted to cure the went
kind of ringworm. " '
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure ft most
desperate ease of rhearaatlsm. i . i i j
, Three to four bottles are warranted to oure salt-Rheum.
, Flvs to'eigh bottles will . cure the worst pase of Kro-
fakw i ,i ti ""'" . t.- 'tl v -, i
A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect cure Is warranted when the above quantity Is
talsn, . -v- ... ... ,,
..,. . -:! .-. ROXftOBT, MASS.
- DBiB MaBaM: The reputatloa of tha Medical Dl
covery, In curing all kinds of humors, is so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever nsed
It, that I need not say anything n the euhject, ss the
meet skillful physicians and the moat careful Druggists in
the country are unanimous In Its praise. , ...
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, 1
do It with a full knowledge of Its curative power, en rej
Uevtng all, and caring most of those dlstssss. to which
yoa are onfortaoately ea liable. That moat saxreclaUng
disease to en affectionate mother, . (
-NUBSIAQ aOIlE nprjUrn ' Kr
Is cured aa if by a miracle) roar owb temper is restored
to its natural sweetness, ana your babe from short and
fretful nana to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain ef blessing to yonr husband
and household.' v. .. ; : !.' 'T . ':J fry
. In the more advanced stages of . .'1
- o ank k it
Itextends to the stomach .cau.lnir ....... '" 1
-A .a Ita-NFCfNIA,
which is aothlng but tanker on the stomach; then to tha
iDtestinaaaud . ' 'v .
KIHNEYI, ..'...
ereatli.;a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evsa
to the earee of your family.' '
Your stomach Is t . ti; i.:.:." '
- HAW AND IlfFiiAlflED. ' '
ronr rood distresses you. and yea can only take certain
kinds, and even of that year system does not set half
the nourishment it contains, aa the aorimonous fluid of
tha canker eata it up; then yonr complexion loses its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and yens best
day Is gone. : for want of nourishment your system be
aomea loose and flabby, and the fibres of tour body be
eome relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to . ' 1
"'..ocBB, r;; :: :
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the tide, weakness e
the spine and small of tha back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, irregularity oi the noweMv ana all.
that most excruciating of diseases, tha ,;
PILES. ' ' r
- Bow many thousand of poor woman are suffering fros
this dlseao and pining away a miserable life, ana their
next door neighbor does not know tha cause. I wish te
Impress on your mind that good old proverb'An ounce
MEDICAI. HISCOVEltY ;. .
yon have both the preventative and the cure, with this
great ana gooa quality, inai u win never, ucoer any
circumstances, ao yon any injury.
- THE IHEDICAIj DISCOVERY
is especlaly Intended for diseases of the blood, hut since
its Introduction In the Western Btates, It I found to br
tha best - ' '
. ACHE KEMEDX j . ,
that vaa erer before the nubile
No change of diet ever necessary eat the best yon car
and set enoush of it. Jf r ' - - - -
; Dntsonons roa era Adults one table spoonful per
day Children ores ten years, dsssert spoonful Children
from fire to eight years, tea spoonful.. As no directions
can be applicable to all eonsltntions, take sufficient to
operate on the Dowels twice a aay.
Yours truly,
" , " ' DONNALD KENNEDY
Price Sl-00 per bottle, for ' y every dragglstln
Ihe United Btates. : ; ... sepxi-aawur
PROF; L. MILLER'S
HAIR IN VIGOR ATOR
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An ' Effective. 1 Safe and Economio
j ' Compound, . ., ,-r
FOR RE3T0RINQ GRAY HAIR' ''
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing '
Hair from turning gmy. - ' -
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,'
And curing It, when there It tA least particle of vital)
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
' And allcuttneout affections of the Scalp.. -
' '. FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to H aa uneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
it soft aad silky In Its texture, sad causing it to cur
retaiiy.
- The great celebrity and Increasing demand for this nn
equaled preparation, eonrtnoes the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to sallify a discerning public of Its
snpenorquaiiues over any cner preparation in use. It
cleanses tha head and scalp from dandruff and other
ontaneoua diseases, sauting the half te grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, toft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, wnere we nair is loosening ana tninniDfr, tt will give
strength end vigor to the roots and restore ihe growth to
hose parts which have become bald, causing hu yield a
resh Covering of hair.
There areliundreds of ladles and gentlemen In New
York who bare bad their hair restored by the use of this
Inrigontor. when all ether preparations hare failed. L.
M. has In his possession letters Innumerable testifying
to the above facte, from persons of the highest redsec la
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from taming
until the latest period of lite; and incases whera'tbe hair
has already changed Its color, the ase of the Inrigorator
win wiin certainty reswn iitonn its original hus, air
ing it a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet ana a xtair jiestonuve u is particularly recom
mended. Lavlna an acrasable fraaranoe: and the sreat fa
cilities It affords In dressing the hair, which, when moist
witn the Invlfrorator, can be dressed In sny required
form to as to preserve Its place- whether plainer In curls;
hence the great demand for it by the ladies aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wiUiout.es the mice
placet It within tha reach of all, being . , .
uniy Twenty-jrive tents
per bottle, to be had at all respectable Druggists and
i.. ' '.renwmera. ' " i , .
- L." MILLER woald call th attention of Parents and
OuardtaoS te the ase of his Inrigorator, In esses where
the children's hair Inclines to be weak. The ase of It
lars the foundation for tooodhead of hair, as it re
moves any Impurities that may hare become connected
with the scalp, the removal of which Is necessary both
for the health of tke child, and the fature appearance af
lttHair.. . .: , , . ...i -- , . ,.- . j
Oaotiob. Nona genuine without the fae-itmlle LOTTTR
MILLER being on the outer wrapper: also. L. mil.
LER'S HAIR INYIGORAIOR, N. Y., blown In the
Wholesale Depot, SS Day street, and sold by all the
principal Merchants and Druggista throughout the world
AiiDsnu aisDouui w purcnasen ny ine quantity, ;j .
I alto desire to present to the American publlo lay ' ;
IXW AHB IHPSOVE) . .UlSXAHIAlIZOrB
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of tclentifle experimenting, I hart
bronsht to perfection. It diet Black or Brown In.t.ntl.
wlthouttnjury to tha Hair or Skin; warranted tha) best
mihisvi iu. awn invjuaiaoev. - - ....
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 66 Dey St., New': York.
oclfi&dkwly.
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Fainc Chimtzm,,
Frinch Muslins,
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reeoamend him te oat old patreae and friende. T. '
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' DRESS BILKS, of every trade. . the most select
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By the use' of these Pills the periodic attacks of Nef
sous ot- Bid Beadaeht maybe prevented; and if taken
at tha commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall to removing tha lfauua and
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They act gently upon the bowels removing CbsM
ness.
Jar MUrary Mm, StudtnU, Delicate female
and all persons of ledtntary abiti, they are value
sb lamat les.'lmprov1ng the appeHU, giving torn
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TOE CEPHALIC PILLS ere tha result of long lnves
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, having
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lng from Hsadaehs, whether originating the asrsw
system or from a deranged state of tha itomaeh.
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, aa
may be taken at all timet with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and th abune of any
diiaareeable taut render 11 easy to adminirtor them
thUdrm. . i .
. BEWARE OP COUNTS BfEITB I
The genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box.
' Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers Is Medicines.
A Boa will be sent by malt, prepaid, on receipt of the
' Prioo, Q3 Oonts.
i All orders should ba addressed to
HENRY O. SJPALDINO,
. . 48 Cedar Street, New Yorlt.
,, . THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS Of
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
.'a THAT A
SPEEDY AKD SURE CUBE
l " , IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
;
A theto TetUmoniali vert vneolicUtd by Ma. Bpalb
o iNfl, thty aford imqvttUonaUe proof oAt effi
cacy of Mi truly toitntijie discovery.
Masokvtllb, Cora , Feb. 5, 1861.
Ma. BriLDnra.
Bit:
I have tried your Cephallo Pills, and 7 HI them to
well that I want you to send me two dollars worth mors.
Part of these are for the nelghbon, to whom I gave
few out of the first box I got from you.
Bend the Fills by mall, and oblige
. Your ob t Servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
'' r Divraroao, Pa., Feb. 8,1601.
Ma, SrALBiKo.
Bit:
I wish you to send me one more box of yonr Cephallo
Pills, I have received a gnat dial of benefit from them.
Yours, respectfully,
MARY ANN BTOTKHOUBE.
Srauct Cana, Homso-roa Co.,Pa., (
January 18, lftil. J
H. 0. EriLDim.
Sir:
Yob will please send me two boxes c? your Cephallo
Pills. Bend them Immediately.
. Respectfully youn,
JNO. B. SIMONS.
V. B.T have vied on boa of your PUlt, and find
Oitn excellent .
I ' 7
BtLi.t Vixkom, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1861.
Uessv 0. Bpaldibo, Esq.
Plesse find enclosed twenty -five oents, for which send
me another box of yonr Cephallo Pills. They art truly
the beet nil I have over tried.
Direct - A. STOVER, P. M.,
. 7 Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
' ' " ' BsvaRLV, Mass., Deo. 11, 1660.
H. C. Braunao, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large show Milt to bring
yonr Cephalic Pills more particularly before myeusto
men. If you hare anything of tha kind, please send to
me. . - .
One of my eustomen, Who Is subject to severe Sick
Headache, (usually tasting two days,) too cured of an
attack in one hour by your Pills, which I sent her.
. Bespectfullyyours,
W.B. WILKES.
ErrHoLDssoso, FtiKKLia Co., Ohio,!
' ' ' - January 0, ltl. - )
Usury 0. Bpaloins,
No. 48 Cedar St., N. Y.
- Data Bia:
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (05.) for which send
box of "Cephalic Pills." tend to addiese of Rev. Wat.
0. Filler, Reynoldsbunr, Iraoklla Co., Ohio.
Your PiUe vork
likt
i a charm curt Jleadaeht ai-
molt tniianter.
Truly yours,
WM. 0. FILLER.
YrsiLAjm, Mica., Jan. 14, 1801.
Ma. Bpauhm.
Bib:
Net lonr since I tent to you fora bos: of Oenhallo Pills
for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Ooetiveness,
aod received the same, and then had to oood an tfeet
thai too induced to lend for matt.
riease sena ny return man. Direct to
. A. R. WHEELER,
Ypsllsntl, Mich.
' From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. ,
Cephalic Pllll loromnllib. the object for which tht
were made, vis.: Oure of headache in all Its forms.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. ,
They have been tested in more than a thousand easaa
With entire success. ,. .
From the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn. .
If you are, or have been, troubled with the headache
tend for a box, (Cephallo Pills,) so that yoa may have
them in case of an attack.
From tht Advertiser, Providence, R. 1. 1
The Cephalic PUlt are said to bt a remarkably effecllra
remedy for the headache, and one of tha Tory best for
that very frequent eomplaint.whlch hat erer been dis
covered. '
. t f - - " . ,
, From the Western R. R. Oaaette, Chicago, III.
We heartily endoneMr. Brtuldlnt. and hit nurlralsd
Otphalierllla.
From tha Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va.
We are sure that nersoni sufferina with tha headache
who try them, will stick to them.
From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La.
Try themt you that are afflicted, and we are sure that
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
lilt that has received benefits that no other medicine can
product.
From the Bt. Louis Democrat..
The Immense demand for tha article (Cephallo Pills
It rapidly increasing.- .
' From the OtMtte, Davenport. Iowa.- ? ''
Mr. Spalding would not oonneot hit name with an ar
Ucl be did not inoto too ossess real merit. . -
TT7A angle bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
OLUa will save ten timet its ooat annually
i
r. i r vwM TD CD 1DPT1 riTTlO .
jj OllAl'lAIUI AAa 1UWU UUUfi J.
SPALDINilx'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING '3 PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE TH1 PISCES!
100N0MYI
DtlPATOHl
J ID"4 StrrcB m Ties Savxs WnvB.,,-fTf
At aeoMeabi will harmen. even In Wsll remitted fsm
Hies, It Is very desirable, to have some cheap and con
ventent way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery
up At.TlTHft'B PREPARED OLTTE
Stats all inch eaergetielea, and bo household eta afford
be without it. It I always ready, and up ta the stick
point. - 1 ' .
1 , . -UDJSSUU AH IAA I1VUO".
N. B. A Brush aesompanle each bottle.,-'
eenta. Address, ...-
itCNKT O. Braioinu,
i No. 48, Otdar Street, New York.
....... ... : "
As "eaftAlft unprincipled persons are attempting to
palm-ef en the ansutpeatlnf public. Imitations ef my
AirlUKU uuua, 1 wvHiuoavMu. vl, ovrson. w ex
a before purchasing, ana see tnat me run name,
irrSPAXDINa'S PREPARED SLUBlI i
ea tie outside wrapper) all otben are ywiaduugtoe
lerfelta, oy

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