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JUST RECEIVED BY '
I7a CO North High fltreet,
Om at Aa UigMt sal Beet MMttd iJNit . "
: . orriB TBI! Oim
iltsse BslldenV- Finishings
' Of BRY lim ARB ttUAirTT.
r ' FreaehAa.erlcaa .
Wtndow Olofla!
', PAINTS ABOUND IN OIL,
a pot Bab sMpaderj tor Amlly B,ia4Dry
. , Paint la balk.
Brushes of jvery variety & quality.
A Splendid Amx tm tut of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIAD3.
AXES GRINDSTONES, Avo.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac
FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE A CORDAGE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, to.,
. SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
I Bpsilly teTtta (to titonttoa of til mtrtod to ay
atoekrf Foe and Table Cattery, and
SILVER PLATED FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
4 KMUli a BIO'S. Maaufeetare, warranted tu bs
xtraaetvy, Blejetro-Plared.oD geniln Albetta.
Ooutry Mavcawaas Mechanic, md other, ut invited
blMl malM ay Stock, Mlw prepared to tell
Wlaikatto and Retail. WM. A. SILL.
I. Okie, May 8,1880.
UHKOP, LUD1NGT0N & CO.
S3 ft 25? ASK PLACE,
20 ft 22 XUXXAY 8TBE1T,
IsJJLd W "STOIUDL,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPRING, 1861.
a are ornln. at onraeenU wereTOorna.it Oi abov
later. Mock. o flood la each of tb atx departaaenla
( ear kaaasea nptrior to as, thing w lurr heretofore
exhibit to the trad.
CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
tblt hsagrowa to It preaenl BMii' dr th
ftjMk uawiwal of bavw of long experience too
KtinMpd roc W kwp ulmiln lis of
lttatB4aotett
FANCVVESTINCS
AND
FANCY CASSIMERES
T. to Ibwad la U wrtet, all eletad with tb. nicest
IsmisalaslleB AlsABllgrsie,eoiorBioavTiaucvi.
BROADCLOTHS,
SATINETS,
LADIES' CLOAINNGS,
TWEEDS,
MIHIU' and MERCHANTS' CASSIMBR1S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, froa 9H to 19X m per yard
and apwardt;
TWEED). aW to U nata peryard-laet year told a
JStoM;
nilTID IATINBTS, at 14 aaata;
iaa'aUar Wi wrtfoniiglu Ltv.
D&Ess-OooDB Department.
BaUtnaa, Psaey Sllka
do. Frtotsd Obailla,
to. Maaiaaatf Glngheaa,
Priaead Laws, OtaJaow do.
Prtasrf arUttant, OUatoa do.
Pasaay ttlrg'-iTi. ttosaaa Cloth,
aMaaaaataaa, alpaaaa,
tea Sitka, Poplin.
AJ At N Select 8tfU of
FANCY SPRING COOD8.
Prints, JUahaiaod'i Print,
4. Aaaarleaa do.
aa. Dianel!' do.
Saaaral1! a. Bnglua ao.
Maiil utir, a. Print, ao.
DOMXSTIO COTTONS.
Uitaaai 0. Saaaltata, AUaata A. ahoeuig, :
ao. nmsss sag w.
ao. Appwtoa do.
da. InnU do.
Paaaaae do. - TJtka, ae., do.
Att OrU- tmi RUii.
blbaobeb imraas and ihiitihoi.
WaaaaNa, Vaifht, - lawranot,
1 laadali. raatPalla, Maaaaaaf.
few, Wallkaaa, Boott,
. .Ma lark Milks .,.
SHAWLS ANFMaNTIILAS,
a Utm AliBaWact aMaTMIKT.
OOTTOWABlS-a graat Tartatj.
OHBOKS do.
!LIHaS-U tk laaduf anada.
tNlaS do. do.
SEUTIIfa StBlPBS-all tka leadlai braada.
AMVIMS do. do.
05TiaAJ(S do. do.
MOL-iuaNi do. do. . '
SAJUbJU. FillA 0AMBM0S, 00L0BID CAM'
. Bgics,a.,o.
UtQM AND COMPLETE STOCKi OF
wzriieoocs,
BOSIZBT,
taihx iotioii,
Gcitltnea's Fonlsuiig Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
CABFETS AW OIl,LTH,
Aad aattatp at Baoaa act aaaiatatad all at
atklehwaptadcaaanatraatoaatt attaaJaapaal morbtt
fHm a laaarparaaaajaai M ta par aaaClaii
LATIffiOP, LUDINGTON & CO
rzitr:EV7 yoric.
mat
IUPOHTED GOODS.
' XVt BtBCBIVE
IkUiaa OIU Bartoa St Co., for labia aaa.
in mMk MaMara. ajwarlM braada:
t " Boaa Santlnaa, tba BJtSI Sardtnai faap'tl
4 lOapanaadOllraa.
a " tabta Baaoaa Ua t IVrta'a W ofnaatar
, ohlra," 'Soyor'a Saltana," "Mia BaU,"
- 'Mara." 'Baadlaf.'
, 10 " WataataadTaaMioOataaa.
it do. )' diBlaokwaU'i nlateaWI Bncllak
Pl!a, aonaUUDr of "OanllHowar," "rw
aaUII,'' CboChow," "Waloat," 0a
too," "Cabcac,'' "Baaaa," "Ohark'a"
kKxrValaa.
an - laodoa Portar.
lbO " CMptall'lMUbratadlooklk Al. .
a) aaaaaWlncr Piaaarrai.
f 0 kaaa ltailaa MaoaroaJ.aod Tuaaalll. '
f am On' flalatla.
0ok'a aataanlad kngllak Mallard, la 10, kont,
taadboUlaa.
" WM. McTXIXAlD.
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Ooanactlng tt Oraatlla wltk th PIITBBUKaH,
. wivhb & nmnAao kailboad
tt.
ibr JWaowrpA, PKUocUljMa and Jtattivun.
Alio
far Ion wayiucma vMcago.i
OoanaetlDf at Clare land with lb LAKB SUOEB KAI L"
. ,". ' OAD ,. !
Far Daakxtrk, Buffalo), Albany, Uoa-
. . laa, MdNtw lata.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
KICKPT SUNDAY,
Proa Ooluabaa, In aoBneotlon with Tralm on Uia
LITTLE FlIBmi AND COLUMBUS
AND XeNIA BAILHUAW.
PIK8I TBAIN.
NIOBT 1XPBIB8. Lrarei Oolumboa at 3.40 A. M J
will ktara paaaangara at til atatlona aoutb of Gallon,
atop at Dafaaar. Aahley, Cardlnglon and Gllrad, and
at allatiUooa north of Gallon, arrlrlnf at Olereland
tt9:iSA. M., Dunkirk 1:35 r. M., uaoaio o.JJr. n.
Albany tkW A. M., Maw York 10:30 A. at., Boaton 4:30
r. at., riitaourgn Tia uraainna r. m ,
pkla&IO A. M. Chicago Tl CreaUlntt8 IHIP. M.
8B00HD TBAIN.
NBW YORK IXPBE88 Irfarn Columhoa at 11:10
a. a. Will atop at Iwla Centra, Delaware, uaruingioo,
Oalloa, OraatUoa, Shelby, Maw London, Wellington and
awmtum. arrlTa at Olereland at 3:2s D. m.: Dunkirk,
u p. b. Baffalo, 10:J p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m ;
Maw folk, S:Mp. a. Boaton, 4:40 p. m.; PltUburgh,
to Or it Una, 8:80 p. B.j Philadelphia, 10 a. m.. Oon-
aoetaat kbalby for all polnta on nanauiay, nanaueia
Hawtrk at. tt., norm oi oneiny.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leare Columbia
at fcM p. m. Will atop at all atatlona Bourn oi enewy,
aaa at new joquod, nocowier. vrauuigwn, ui.'"i
! luraa: rrtr at Cleraland at 0:10 D. m.: Dunkirk,
S:Ma. a. I Buffalo, 4S0a. m.: Albany, 3-30 p.m.; New
York, 9:30 p. m.; Boatoo. 11:45 p m.; PllUWugb, trfa
0reetlln,at 8:10 a. n. Philadelphia, 5:1S p. m., Oon
naeli at Shelby for all polnti on Bandmky, BfenaOeld at
Mawark Railroad.
Pttent Sleeping Cats art ran on all
Hignt Traini to cnioago, new
York and Boston.
Baggag Ohtetid Through to Kow Tort and Eottm
lint ybrkiia Ortttlin.
RETURNING.
Night Ixprtai trriTe ttColnmbua tt... 11:45 P. M.
Cincinnati Iipreta " " 11:10 A.M..
AooomaodaUoB, " " M 9:10 P. M. .
Far aa Low a by any other Route.
Ail for TichUtit Creatine tr CtntUnd.
I. 8. FLINT,'
Superintendent, Clereland, Ohio.
JAMES PAfTKREON, Agent.
Columbia, Ohio.
Ooloabni, April 15, IBS1.
CENTRAL OHIO R. R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
OONNB0TINO TIA
BELLAIRE AND WHEELING
WITQ Till
BALTIMORE Si OHtO B. K
AND Til
BeUaire and Pittsburgh
WITH THB
rania Central R R,
FOR
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Btltintort,
WtihlDgton City, Pittsburgh, &ni
all Etatern Citiet. ,
NO. 1 KXPRKS8
Laaaaa Colombo, al 3 30 A. M.t atosatt all atationieut
of Newark when aignalkd. A rrirea at Newark at 4:50 A.
M..Zanenllle at 0:00 A. M., Bellaira tt 10:20 A. M.,
eaanaeting with tb Baltimore a Ohio B. B.. and Tit
Plltaburgh with Penaay Irania R. B. for all eutera eitiea.
' NO. S XXPBI8S
Leave Oolumbai tt 11:18 A. at.; atop tt til atatlom
when aignalled. Arrlraa at Newark at 13:48 A. M.,
LanaarllM at .u r. a.( seuair at d.iu r. aa., cud
aeaUni with th Baltimore a Ohio R. R. for tU eastera
dUea.
NO. 3 RXPRB8S
Leave Colombo, tt 3:10 P. M.; atopaat all elation when
al anal led. Arrlraa at Hewara at . r. mi., saucaTiiia
at i:0 P. M., BelUIr at 9:46 P. U.. eonaaeling Tia
Plttabargh wilk tb PennaylTanli tt. lor an eastern
oltlaa.
Tbia Boat offer the ADVANTAGE of t Through
Ticket tad Baggage Check to WASHINGTON CITY,
..wi .lu mint ha Paaaramr th Drirtlfte of Tititinf
BALTIMORB, PHILADELPHIA and NPW-Y0BK, at
th coal of a New-York Ticket alone; or the priTileg of
Tiattini allot the principal bJCAUUABV uitimm we
i m. BOSTON Ticket alone. Tia other Boole.
Through TlekeU to NBW-Y0BK can be procared Tit
WABUlMuTUH Ulll,aiaa aaaiuwai upaiwvi .
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
Ai on other Boote.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains,
ASK FOR TICKETS TIA
Colaaabna aaa Bellalro or Wbeellar
JNO. W. BROWN,
Apr. 15. Gm. Ticket Agent'
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
mvamllflTl'S AT WASHINGTON
XandBaltlmorooB thela.t,and WheellDg, Ben wood
and Parkeraban oa tba Wait, at which place It unite
with f", gtaamara, etc., for and from all point
lath
Wat ioata-trea an Horth-'weaf
THREE TRAdS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
- Thkj It the anly rout to Washington City.
.Mait)ili rnita aan wlilt Baltimore, Phlla
aalphla, Nw York and Boton, tt the eoat of t ticket to
Boatoo aloaa by athor line.
Tkroagh ticket to th Baatara el tie eaa b procored
Tia WiaBtagtoa vtty a an aoaiuonat wri . .ww ww.
lars.
- et.mm i v..nm m &U. Wiaarr Taaia.
lima a gvtot and fan a tof a ta any oiht
t c l.BHlmnr and Ohio Railroad tt
any of the principal Bailroad office in th Wett,
' f u hitt I. IVAN an'l Weatara Arent.
a, n w . , - D
Baixanu, Ohio.
L. U. C0LI, General Tleltet Agent,
w D. BU1.U Muter Tranerjortatlon.
- -
BatTiBoaa, Md.
aet96Hf.
TRAVELLERS!
:N job 10 to New York, drlTO direct to the
BROADWAY, C0RNIR OF HOUSTON BTBST
Ooadactedoa the
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Oral Vara. Good Room. Prompt Attendance, and Mod
erate Cham.
SINGH ROOMS 89 0T8. 73 0TS. and It MR DAY.
' nOTTBLl ROOMS and PARLORS 11.50 to S3.
hTaala aa ordered. ThU Hotel ha all th appointment
r tka heat koala, a moat eeBtral leeatloo, and la heated
UlroagrKxt nj tteaa. ' , iaua.a..
BBWchvdjB ' a-ropnewr
I0EI H WB3XLXR,
ENT FOB HOME CON TIN EN TAL.
k alimTT.B. laorirrr. and laTtawrtai in. vo.
Bbw Yoaa; Maacaurr and Om Fma or HaaTroaa
Baar Yoaa Lira and Oorm. Moroai Lire,
triea, 11 BlB-h St., lawage'e VI
abT-aly
fc i Alexandre's Kid GloYes.1
TJLAIN AND KITIBBOIDEBED, fflUUS-
r nrif HI Mtit.r thftna Black KldGlOTM.
. i Lii i. wkit maMnta-mirfil. ata TJndreaaad-
aUdaior. Mle Kid 4) tore. A complet aeaortawmt
( UeltdGloTalwaylorie By
BA1A mt DVCT,
i , No. SO Soath High trt,
'. Oo-Partnership, ;
HATF. Till DAT ADMITTED BIT
bob JAMBS AD0BR BAIN aa partner in my bnt.
a, which will veraaAer b oondooted wilder th firm
of Bala a Boa. P. BAIN, 99 booth High St. '
Oelumbaa, re la, imi. koio
Oanton Mattings., : .
i 4, fa4, B- wane aaa nia aaia
4 Wnlt Cbaekod of gaportor qnallty. Tor aal by .
. . . il.,.in DUD,
bbSJ , . N. 89 Bouth High ft,
B
LACK ITBAW BONNET! AND EL.
.... , , Lmtm At BaTB'la.
' ;., HTghitmt,
;0HIOfCXilfE3nAII
SIEUN1II0
I 1
Nos. 36, U A 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES 1
HAVING MOVED INTO MT
NEW BUILDING,
1 HAVE ;
Grontly, TTn1n.Tsec3
BOOK 4 JOB" DEPARTilEN Tl
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
. , . f -WITH .
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c.
PROM THB 0ILIBRATBD FOUNDRY OP '
P. T. WHITE ft CO., NEW YORK,
THUS MAKING IT TOM
Most Complete , Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I aa bow prepared to Execute all Ordan for
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING,
WITH DISPATCH!
And In the Moit Approved 8tyle of the Art.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
PniN"TI35i0.
Bill of Lading;, Circulate, '
Bill Headi, Blank., Deed,
Certificate, Keceipta,
Dray TicKets, Ues;iatere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS, NOTES,
CARDS, ENVELOPES,
HEADINGS, C0NTBACT8.
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Show BiUi, Hand Bllli, labeli, Concert Fro
frtmmet, School and College Scheme, Ho
tel Bill of rare, Invitation!, kc.
Booli Work
OP EVERY UESCRIfTION (
School and College Catalog-oei,
KUeellaneoa famphleu,
. Conttltutloni, Reporta, Brief, fte
Printing in Gold and Colors
Printed ln 'Ererj Color on a
UammothHoo Cylinder.
The only Freii of the kind la Central Ohio.
My fadllUe for doing any and til of th abort deacriD-!
Uoo of work, an now Bnaurpaaatd, and aatistaction will
be guaranteed In all eaae.
lLrAII work furniihed promptly by the tlm ptomlaod.
- RICHARD NBYINB.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
ABENOWBECEIVINOTIIEIKWIN
TBR GOODS, and InTite th publio to lntpect
them. No inch ftock of Good ha erer been broight to
thi market. Th South, rn eoniequence of the failure
of th grain crop, haa not been able to purchase the na
na! quantity of rich good, tnd thi fac t haa forced the
Importer to ten tnam at public auction, uir buyer
(Mr. Stone) being la New York tt theae large alt, took
ad ran Laa of them, and we can tnd will aell onr good
here, at lea una any one wno purchaaed two weeaa since,
paid for tba at In New York. Our stock ia complete In
rary department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS.
BROCHE VAIENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGSj
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
P0PLIN9, PRINTS,
Dc.L.AINc.9.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth -Bought
in One Day,
At one half the Ceat of Impoitation.
LADIES' FURS,
i
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
Biaanfatara of C. O. Gun-
there tc Ron. .
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Hen', Ladle tad Children' Under Shirt tnd Drawers;
Ladle, Mine and Ohlldren'a Iloelery of all kind, In
Wool tnd Lamb' Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Qlore
of Tery make.
' L0
A complete assortment of all tbe usual rarie
tieiof LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
OVERCOATINGS,
' Ti TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, do., &o. ,
To penon who call oa us, we pledge our word to
bow them the largeat, beat and eheapeat stock of Good
erar aeeo in tnu martet, or pay mem on aonar per
hour while looking.
decl-dljiitawHw. btuns a uuinu.
WM, KNADE & .CO., '
AT THEIB NBW 8ALEf--",,-a
boom, so. iw Baltimore 8T.r--A
- IBB lit I 1 1
. . NOS. 1,3, 5 tnd 7 N. 13TAW STBBT,
Offer for sale their celebrated , , -'
GOLDEN MEDAL, ;
UKAND
ANDSQARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Belna hlehlr recommended by th first Profeeeors tnd
MnikaT Amateur of the country, and j
KVBBY I
INSTRUMENT .
WASRANTBD FOR
PrVR YBARS.
Th moat fastidious customer may rely npon being
pleased la retrospect.. , , . nr. -.
Xsrma liaerai. Ba,aniMv.
I BILTZBR a WBBBTIR, Agenta,
Oetatilydw.. . ... Oolumboa, Ohio.
E. r.VCOLLIGTER,
Wholeiale and Kef ail : Dealer In
TOBACCO,! SNUFF & CIGARS
PIT SBjUliaH, Pi.
BLaep MStantlr " all the rev
. ,, rta aa naanua mm
lOt. iy v ; , . . r j y -i - -
nf.v.OANT PLAIN BLACK SILK FOR
Ej BtnetBaaqBMsad Maatatat aanv Wch Trlmmht '
tnd TawkJ to Batch, at i " 'i- " V '
: ,NOW BEAJ3Y.
- TII liEVISED STATUTES .
BTATB OTJ OHIO
it AOBNBRAL MATDKB. IN FOROB ATJ0. 1, 1800.
, i , CTTT .T.ATH1U BY
til
Hon. Joseph H. Swan, .
WITB NOTES OF TUB DS01SI0K3 OF TBS SU-
PBSMS O0VBT,
tContalned in twenty-nln TOlnmet of the Ohio and Ohio
-'",..' . Stat Report.)
AND REFIREN0BS TO PRIOR LAWS,
al Y LEANDEUJ.CKITCHirELD.ESq.
AND A FULL AND OONTIN1INT IMDKX.y
In Two Royal 8vo. Volumes. Price $10 00.
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oerfeot tnd reliable in all reapeot.
It haa now tb Legislattro auction, having been ap
proved by nearly the ananlmou Tote of both Bouaea,
and waa ordered to b diatribaUd to th following State
tnd County Ulcers: ' 1 . ,
QoTernor, Attorney General, Bupreme Jndge, Secre
tary, Comptroller, Treasurer and Auditor of State, and
to th Probata Courts, Courts of Common Plea, Super
ior tnd Polio OourU, Auditor, and the Claras of th
rarlous Court in each county, to the Member of tnj
Sonata and Ileuse of RepresentatlTM of Ibis State, and
th Governor of the several State of the Union.
Thi book, oontalnlng, aa It does, all of the Statute
now in force, tnd the tuthoritativ construction of them
tnd of the New Constitution, will b found to be especial'
y uaefal In too performance of their duties, to til
COUNTY OPPICBRS,
JUSTI0R8 OP in PBA0B,
TOWNSHIP TKU8TB 88, '
' . I OLRRKS OP TOWNSHIPS, tnd
.,! . CITY 0PF10KRS.
Inasmuch as very manv change have been made In the
Staratee etnee th publication of the last edition, by re
peal, alterations tnd addltiona, aid many Important do
clslons have been given by the Bupreme Court on con
troverted point , til
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BANK BBS. MERCHANTS
AND BUSINESS MBN GENERALLY,
Will find thli an Invaluable Work.
Two Royal Bvo. .Volumes of over JUneteen Hundred
Page,
In Strong Law Binding. Price $10.00.
Published by
ROBERT CliARKE, te CO.. .
Law PBbllsher. Bookttllers: Stationer tnd Importer,
No 65 West Fonrth street,
febl8:d2m:ia CindnnaU O.
RECOMMENDED BY TUB LATB
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
Or LONDON, AND
DR. VALENTINE MOTT
Or HEW TORK,
The acknowledged Bead of the Frofesaton tn atlae
Bemlaphera.
The beet Diorotio, Tonio. and InTigorant. Tb4
rtnrnt Extract of the ITALIAN JTOTCFUB
BSBBY. The rarest and Most Costly Qin Ex
tant.
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK.
. INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND HOST
DtLICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bale. Flnta and Ouarts, br ttrw
DrnggBt, Grocer, or Country Merchant.
LOOK OUT FOB B00TJS
LONDON GINS.
THB ONLY OEWUINB ABTIOLB IB
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL QIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 91 Llbertr St.,
NHJ-W YORK.
Sold la Columbu by
McKBB a RESTIIAUX,
Wholesale tnd Retal I Grocer, Statesman Building.
O. A. WAGNER. tnd other.
In Cincinnati, by 8UIRE, ECKSTEIN a CO.,
oCM-deod&liw and other.
WHO SHOULD USB
DR. J. BOVEE DODS'
VEGKTABLK
IMPEI1IAL WINE BITTERS?
All who an auilctcd with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Lang ehould use them.
All who suffer from Weak Btomache, Indigestion Dyt
pepsia or Pile should use them.
All who Buffer from General or NerrousU)!)!!
Bastletanea at night, Want of Sleep, ao., should Bee
then.
All penon who are convalescent after fever or other
sickness should use them.
Minister of th Gospel, Lawyer, Lecturer, tnd tl
public speaker should use them.
Book Keeper, and all persons leading a aedentary If
should oa Uiem. ,
The aged and roflrm should use them.
All who require t stimulant or tonio should ate them.
' All who are addicted to the ose of ardent aplrlta and
Wish to inform, should use them.
They are made of a pure Sherry Wine, tnd of the na
tive plant and herb of the country, and ehould be re
commended by temperance societies, clergjmen, physi
cian e, and all friends of humanity.
They are prepared by an experienced and klllful phy
sician, and, aside from their medicinal properties, are a
most delightful beveragei and yet, aa a medicine, are as
nnoeent and barmleM a the dew of heaven.
Bold bv drnaaist irenerallv.
CHARIM WJDDIFIXLD CO.,' Proprietors.,
. . 7g William at., New York.
ROBERTS ft SAMUEL, Agents,
Coluuibua, Oblo
ectaGdawlr
..i,.' THE
WEEKLY' OHIO STATESMAN J
- HAVING A CIRCULATION
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Than any other paper In Ohio, outilde of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for . Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
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To those who take advantage of them. - '
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Distributed aa It 1 through every Post Office in Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage U Ttlnthl, and who aeldoa see th
Daily Edition of city Joornals; tnd ae only .
A Limited Number of Advertisements
1 ' Are Inserted In It oolnmns, tppoprltttly and
HANOSOMEtV WSPtAVED!
TH1T OtBIIOT FAIL TO
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OF ALII , ' i
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
It adTtnttgon ia
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which I tUnost certain to follow an axtenslT dlssemli
atlon knowledge of (heir basine
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, ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOR
The "Weekly Statesmian
, 'M .i Should b handed Id befor Friday noon.
G1
ENTS PAPER COLLARS AND
xv ecu. xieai . , .- . ; lS
Tiandsom and economical. Alio,
Si IK Tlee ' - ' j :
Mbirta, '
Llnea Collar, ,
Half Ilaae,
' Drawers, e.
BAIN A BON.
tprtD No. J South High street...
W
IPB BIAlfTLB FIARAOES, BOTH
White and Black, jtut received al ,
c 4,j " Mori;;
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P- to
IOI INYITB ATTBNTI0N to tome of th moat ex
traordinary oures by my . , ,
PECTORAL SYRUP.
They are tt home, tnd toy one who haa doubt can In
quire of the person who have been cured by .It .
DR. EBYSER IS PREPARED AT ANY TIMB TO
KXAMINH LUNG8 WITHOUT CHARQB FOR ALL
TUUBB WHO NEED BIB MEDICINES.
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A eaae of five year'
landing cured by DR. KEYSER'S PE0TORAL SYRUP.
PiTTssutaH, Jan. 11, 1860.
Da. Kavma: Ui wife ha been afflloted with a bad
oough tnd difficulty of breathing, for five or tlx yean,
whicn , for several years oaci, naa graauany increaaea in
Tiolenoo. Ib complaint ha been hereditary, and th
bad been treated by aeveral phyaiclan without any re
lief. Ib this state of her oase, I procured torn of your
Pectoral Oough Syrnp. I bought, the first time, t fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much j I then called
tnd got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
ah ha now no trace of th former disease, except weak
ness. I wonld also slate that I used th medicln my
self to a cold and cough. Th medicine cured me by tak
log on do I expreM ay entire satisfaction with the
medicine, tnd yon are at liberty to publish thi if yon
desire to do ao. WM. WILSON,
Alderman Fifth Ward.
, Prrrsioion, Not. 18. 1858.
Da. Kirsaa : Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicine, In general, it affords me pleaaur Indeaeribe
ble to recommend yonr Pectoral Syrup. Aa a medicine
It 1 well worthy the attentloa of any person who may In
any manner be afflicted with oough, colds and hoarseneM
of any hind, tnd for th peculiar qualification for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere cold.
I have bean, mora or leaf, in my life, affected with tbe
several of colds and hoarseness. At time my throat
wonld become ao cluaed as to prevent my (peaking above
t whisper, tnd by taking a few doae of the abov Syrup
It won Id relievo me entirely.
In recommending thi medicine, I mast unhesitatingly
say that it ia the beat remedy I ever fonnd, purporting to
cure the above, nor should toy family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Oltiaena' Deposit Bank.
BTjunmua,0., March It, 1859.
I have used Dr. Keyeer't Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of several year atandlng, and can cheerfully aay it is
th belt medicine for the tame that I have ever taken.
J. W. PRI0B. .
COL. PRATT AND DR KEYBER'S PECTORAL
SYKUP. Da. KxYssa Dear Bin Excuse the delay of
my acknowledgiag the excellence or your sectoral cougn
Syrup tooner. I take great pleasure in saying that It ia
all yon aay it I. Ji knocked thmoUo out o my oough
and the worst one I waa ever afflicted with: I have not
used more than one-half of t he bottle, and I can tnd do
wish that all who are afflicted would give it aa fair t trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to aay, "It Is no
quack medioina." I wonld not suffer another such an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than I evr did. I shall
alwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. Yon ire tt liberty to naa my nam
In thi regard, al you think proper. M. F. PRATT,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Plttabargh, May 11, 185V.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltliens. tnd
Who entertain doubt can consult me personal ly .
E.F.V.
PiTrsaoaoH, April 84, 1857.
BEAD TUB TRUTH. Da. Knaaa: I hare a daugh
ter who haa taken several medicines for a bad oough,
without benefit among them Ayer' Cherry Pectoral.
I purchaaed from you a bottle of yonr PKOTOaVAL
BYBUP, and befor ah had need half a bottle th waa
relieved. Th second bottle cured her entirely of her
Cough. JOHN DAKIN,
Roblnaon street, Alleghany.
Pirrnuian, December, 31, 1B53.
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KEYBER'S l'BOTOBAL
SYRUP. I live In Peebles township, AlleibenT county.
I had a coughing and (pitting, which commenced eoout
the 4th oi a eoruary uai, ana oonunuea eigiti arjnuia, a
.inland tha beat nbveieiana la the country, and By
oough continued unabated until early in October. At
that time I waa aavuea to try your rauiuxu uuuun
B i BUi, wnicn 1 old, ana Biter a naa ia.cn one Dome a
me entinlv fre from tb oouthlnc and (pitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think it ehould be
known that tnia valuable reneay win ao lor otner wnat
fthaedoneinmycaee. jouh v. LiriLK,
Witness B. AI. Kua. Peebles lownhip.
PaTTOB Tr., April 14. 1657.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Borne time aco. tn old
neighbor of mine was very illj with a bad cough which
verr una auDooaed to be consumption. Hi relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; hi brother came to see him die, and all
wer confirmed in the belief that be could not live. I
had about the third of t bottle of your Pectoral Syrnp,
which I vave bun, ana it entirely corea nun, to the Baton
iahment of all. What makes the eaae more remarkable.
is th extreme age of the man, he beiDg about eighty years
old. l have no uoudi uie i-ectorai aav.a nu lire.
JOHAIN'aiNNIS.
DR. KEYBER'B PE0TORAL SYRUP IN BLAIRS-
YILLB. Please tend m another nipply of your vain
able "Pectoral Syrnp." Almost everybody around n
haa the cold tnd tr Inquiring (or "lr. n.eser's Pectoral
Syrup." We have sold sixteen bottle last week, tnd tr
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter tod Mr. P. Maher. both
of Blairavllle, Pi., tall us they would not be without It
in their familie. in fact, til who a it once want it
again. . Your, respectfully,
o. naiiaaeun a BUHB
JannirySO, 1860.
ANOTHBR NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYBER'S
PECTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with tcoaxh
andcold lor aeveral weeks so bad waa it that I eon Id not
sleep, 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
thbetphysicianui ineeiiy, wnom i eon la name, bat do
not do to. l nnaiiy proonrea t bottle oi you sectoral
Syrup, which cured me entirely. Bigned,
. vr. eiBvnrun,
836 Liberty (treat, Plttabargh, Pi , Jan , I860.
t'BTOP THATJCOUGHING." 'How can I do IW "Go
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a bottle of hlaCough
rectoiai, ana u mai aon i cure you, your eaae moat be
des rente indeed." Thi laaapeclmenof the colloouv
one hear almost every day in cold oatchlog period of
the year. Ana we can, irom actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in the adviser's admonition aa above, for we
have tried the sectoral,'1 in a bom itnbborn eat, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Plttabargh,
with on of th most distressing, contrary, mullah, un-
subduable oough we ever experienced sine onr advent
npon this mundane aphere. we coughed steadily and
laboriously for on whole week, In hopea of Irrtn it out,
out it waa no go. an nu is seemea rawer to bare in
Droved br nrtctlca, and to have acquired strenrth.no ten.
cy and dlltrouibtiity by th operation. In thi stage of
th lieM. e combed our war to Kaiser'. 140 Wood 8L
procured fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;'' took it
Becoming to airecuoni, aaa in lony-eigni nours we war
master of th field, th enemy having Biconditional ly
surrendered, after a brief but aneqnal eonfliot with ao
formidable an adversary al Heyeer'e famous "Cough
rcctorai. imnraivui vnpper, w, ja, ioa,
r
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP I prepared and
old by Dr. GEORGE II. KEYSER, 140 Wood (trait,
Uj" Bold in Golumbai by ROBERTS A SAMUEL
rriOOTIIACIIE REMEDY.
A SURE CUBE ,
Prepared tnd told by
Da. GEO. H. KEYBBR,
Price, 25 cent. HO Wood St., PltUburgh, Pa.
JO Bold In Columbus by R0B1RT8 A SAMUEL..
oct!I7:2tawdB.
Laces and Embroideries, t
VALENCIErYES, RI ALTE8E cfc POINT
Lace Collars and Sett. French. Pn.her anit Thraail
Lace Veil, (pew patterns.) Valencia nee, Thread and
roiniiiaca. Amoroiaereauoiura. Hetta. Triaaarnaa and
Skirta, Lao Barbe and Ooiffore, Plain Llnea Collar,
-Kits ana vine, jkmureiacrca uoiiar ana una ra Belli.
BAIN a BON,
No. 60, Soath High Street.
GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS,
GOLDEN HILL BHIBTB, '
GOLDBN HILL SHIRTS. ,
The pattern of theae tblrt are new. Tb Bodlea, Yoke,
sleeves tnd bosoms ire formed to fit the persoi with eaas
tnd eoafort. Th Barkapoa each on datlgnatlng the
is Bay be relied on a being correct, aaa amhthTrt I
guaranteed well aaada. A roll (took of all cmalilie
constantly for sale at BAIN'S,
Bovm. wo. yj Booth High tract.
; Gents' Linen Shirt Collars,1 ;
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, IN OAK.
ROTE. Stendlne. Biron. Prslroav. Renfrew and
other new shapes. Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief, Nook
Ties, Blocks, Street and Bvenlog Glove, Half Hoee of
every kind, UnderGarmenta tod ill Wide of GenU' Far
n lining uoods in great variaty and at Boderat pneaa,
BAIN a SON,
feHR Ho. 89 Bolth Hlgt street.
17IANCY DHENS MILKS.
' FANCY DRB8S SILKS, ' ,
' : ' FANCY DBB8B SrLaTeX '
We an bow offering oar Inunena (look of Fancy Dree
Silk at prioaa toe than ore befor offend to this city.
Tb attention of the ladlM f abt etty and wletalty to
ollelted. M onr stock is Terr aslaot and eoatBlet in all
grades of good IB thltUn. FKTBRBAIN,
novta. , . no. aw Boau uixu (iraaf.
THE GREATEST
1 1 p rv
DISCOMY
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY, OF ROXRUHYi
haa dtaooverad in on of onr oommoi pasture weed
a rBd thtloaree j
Every Kind of Humor,
FROM " ,f j
The wont lorofala down to a common Pimple.
He ha tried It Id over eleven hnndred etaea, tnd nev
r filled except in two one, (both thunder humor.) He
haa now In his poesealon over one hundred certificates of
Ita value, all within twenty mile of Boaton.
Two bottle an wamated to cure a nursing (on
aonth. 1
One to three bottle will cure the wont kind of Pimple
on th face. I
Two or three bottle will eletr the system of bile.
Two bottles in warranted to cure the worst canker In
the month or stomach. i
Three to fin bottlei an warranted to eon th word
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles an warranted to enn til humor
the Bye.
Two bottle tn warranted to enn running o the ear
tnd blotches among tha hair.
Four to six botles tn warranted to cure corrupt tnd
running ulcers. .
One bottle will enn ecaly eruption of the (kin.
Two or three bottle an warranted to onr th went
kind of ringworm. I
, Two or three bottle tn warranted to enn the most
desntnt eta of rheumatism.
Three to four bottlea are warranted to cure alt-Rheum.
Five to eight bottle will cure the wont case of acro-
'nia.
A benefit I always experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect oure is warranted when the above quantity it
taken. ,
BOXBORY, MABS.
- Eul MaDiM: Tha reputation of th Medical Dl
eoTery, in curing all kind of humor, I so wall estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever need
it, that I need not say anything on th subject, aa th
moat (klllful phyalclana and th moat careful Druggist In
th oountry an unanimous In It praise.
In presenting th Medical Discovery to yonr notice, I
do It with t full knowledge of ita curative power, In rej
tiering all, and earing Boat of thoee dlseaee to which
yon are unfortunately ao liable. I hat Boat excruciating
dlaease to an affectionate mother,
NURSING SORE IHOUTII, '
I eared ts If by t miracle; yonr own temper I restored
to it natnnl sweetne, aid your babe from abort and
fretful naps to calm tnd sweet slumbers; tnd the Medical
Discovery become a fountain of blessing to yonr husband
and household.
In the more advanced stares of
C A Nk EH
It extends to the atomach .causing
DYSPEPSIA,
which la nothing bat canker on th stomach; then to the
intestine and
, KIDNEYS,
creating t (Inking, gone feeling, tnd tn indifference tvea
to the cares of your family. ,
Yonr stomach U
HAW AND INFLAMED, ,
yonr food distresses you, tnd you can only take certain
kind, and area of that your system does not get half
th nourishment 11 contains, aa the acrlmonouj fluid of
the canker eate it opt then your complexion lose It
bloom tnd become! sallow tnd greenish, tnd yonr best
day la gone. For want of nourishment your system be
comes loose tnd flabby, in d the fibres of your body be
come relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery ia peculiarly adapted to
cube;
Palpitation of the heart, pain hi the side, wcakneee o
the spin tnd email of th bact, pain of the hip joint
when you retire, Irregularity of tha bowels, and tie,
that moat excruciating of disrates, th '
PILES. . j
How many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this dlaeaaa and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor doe oot know the cause. I wish to
Impress on yonr Bind that good old proverb, "An onno
of prevention I better than a pound ol can," In th
BIEDICAL DISCOVER Y .
you have both th preventative and th eon, with this
great and good quality, that it will never, ander any
circumstances, do yon any Injury.
THE BIEDICAL DISCOVERY
I aspedtly intended for dleeate of th blood, but elect
It Introduction in th Western State, It 1 fonnd to br
the best
AGUE REMEDY
that waa ever before tha public
No change of diet ever necessary eat tb beat yon car
tnd get enough of It.
Diaarmoas rot caw Adults ona tabl spoonful per
dav Children over ten yean, dessert spoonful Children
from Ave to eight yean, tea spoonful. At no directions
oan be applicable to all eonaltutiona, late euoicient to
operate on tne ooweia iwice a aay.
Yours truly,
DONNALD KENNEDY
Price 1.00 per bottle. For y every druggist to
the united Btatea. eepxi-dfcwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR,
a wtfli i. Ma 1 r a. I
ah jsnecuve, brio ana jsoonomioai
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Ita original color without dyeing, tnd preventing
Hair from taming gny.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
ADd curing It, when there la the least particle of vital!
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an nneqaled gloat and brilliancy, making
It son ana siuy in ita texture, ana causing it to can
readily.
The treat celebrity tad Increaalnc demand for thi an
eanaled preparation, convinces tha proprietor that one
triai I only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of Its
superior qualltlea over any other preparation in use. It
cleanses ua bead ana cip from aananur ana other
catineoat disease, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, wft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, wnereine nair ia loosening ana minting, it win give
etreogth tnd vigor to tb root and restore the growth to
bote part which have become bald, causing it to yield
resh eovering of htir.
Then an hundred of ladles and geatlemen In New
York who have bad their bur restored by the use of thi
Invlgontor, whan til other preparations have failed. L.
M. baa In hie possession letters innumerable testifying
to tha above facta, from penon of th highest redsecta
billty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
antil the latest period of life; and in ease wherethe hair
ha already changed Ita color, th aaa of tbe Invlgorator
will with certainty restore it to It to ita original ha, giv
ing it a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet and a ilalr Reatorauve it IS particularly recom
mended, havlnr tn agreeable frurranoe: tnd the treat fa.
lilttes It affords in dressing the hair, which, when moist
with th Iavigomtor, oan be dressed tn any required
form ao a to preaarr it placer whether pltloor in curia;
hence the gnat demand for it by the ladle as a standard
toilet article which none ought to bo without, th price
place It within tn reacn oi an. Being
Only Twenty-FiYe Cents
per bottle, to be had at all respectable Druggist and
renanuen. -
L. MILLER wonld eall the attention of Parent tnd
Guardians to th a of bit Invlgorator, In 'eaee where
tb children's hair Incline to be weak. The us of it
lu tb foundation for affooxtMao or nair. a It re
move any Imparl tie that may hav become connected
with tha scalo. the removal of which It Decease rv bath
for th health of the child, and th future Appearance of
itaitatr.
Oadtioii. Rone gennln without th fte-simlle LOUIS
HILLIEB wing on tn cuter wrapper; also, L. MIL
LER'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y., blown In th
(Use. - -..
Wholaaal Depot, SS Dey (treat, and (old by ill the
principal Merchant ana uragguu tnroaghont the world
liirjerti auooani parcoaaen vj in quantity.
I also desire to prennt to the American PubU ay
nWUS IXFBOVH) JSoTAJfTATEOUS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean of letentlflo experimenting, I hav
broaght to perfection. It dye Black or Brown Instantly
wlthoutlnjury to th Hair or Skin; warranted th best
triicia oi in xina in bxikbdo.
PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS. :
Depot, 66 Dey Sty New York.
oet:dwiy.
DRESS GOODS,
New and Attractive.
''MOTAMIIQ0ES, ; ' ' i .'.'." i
TatTiLiNu ForuNS, j: , , . .
Cheni Forum, i lm
Foil d Cumu, ' i
1 ; Giizklli,
Fbench Chintiis. :
' FaENOH Mcslini, j , -
' '? '' v Fbench Oroandiu, j
,: Cbinebe Waihinw Silks, ,
Eleoimt Dbess Silks, 'r ' ' V;' . '. ',' 'it
Heavy Basque anb.Mantlb Silks;
And all other aw and fashionable mateilali most In
dsaand for litBdsoai SresM and Mtatlllu. '
- w'- ' - " ' :r- BAIN A SON,
tpiSO ' Ho. 89 South High (treat
H.AYINO TniS DAT MOLD OUR
Sleek of Groceries to 0. 8.DBMMO, we cheerfully
rcooBBand kbn to oar Old patrwB and friend. --
Columbtu, March 80th, 1861 apl-dtf , , , i m .'.
PLAIN AND FIGURE I ULACK
- DRESS SILKS, of mirarad. The moat aelaot
aaaortBMnt la th city, and at moat reasonable rate.
, SAUI BOB, '
aprllS -;,'J Ho.SOMtwHlgrnnwt;
.- a;- m 9 w a. ;
m
HUM
i
CST CURE
tiervousHeadache
By the use of the Pills tb perlodle attacks of Jfer
tout or Bit Btadacha maybe prevented; tnd If taken
at th commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They aeldom fill In nmovlng the Sauna tnd
ache to which females tn n (uhjeot.
They tct gently upon the bowels removing Oottlt
ntu.
tot" Literary Hen, Student, Delicate Female
tnd all persons of ttdentary habit, they ire valua
as laxative. Improving tha appetite, giving tone
tiger to the digestive organs, tnd restoring the nalur
elasticity and strength of th whole system.
THI CEPHALIC PILLS sn the result of long Inves
ligation tnd carefully eonduoted experiments, hiving
been In use many years, during which tlm they have
prevented tnd relieved t vast amount of pain tnd suffer
log from Headache, whether originating id the nertovi
system or from a dennged state of th ttomach,
They an entirely vegetabl in their eompoiltlon, to
may be taken tt all time with perfect nfety without
making any change of diet, and the abtene of any
disagreeable taste render It easy to dn4nUter them
children.
BBWARI OF OODNTBBf BITS I
Th genuine hav five signatures of Henry 0. Braiding
on each Box.
Sold by Druggist tnd all other Dealen la Medicines.
A Box will be atnt by Ball, prepaid, on receipt of the
Prioo, S30 Oonta.
All orden should be addressed to
HENRY O. SPALDING,
' 48 Cedar Street, New York.
Bm FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
Til AT A .
SPEEDY AND SURE CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
As thete Testimonials wer unsolicited oy H. Bpils
IHO, they afford unqvettionable proof of the tfft
cacy of this truly soientita ditcovery.
Masoimixi, Conn , Feb. 5, 1861.
Ala. Br-ALniKo.
Sir:
I have tried yonr Cephalto Pills, tnd like them to
veil that I want you to tend ae two dollars worth mon.
Part of these tn for the neighbors, to whom I gave
few oat of the first box I got from yon.
Send the Fills by mail, and oblige
Your ob't Servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
Ilivntrotn, Pa., Feb. 6, 1801.
Ma. SMLDixa.
8:
I wish yoa to send me one mon box of year Cephalic
Pills, I have received a great deal of benefltfrom them
Yours, respectfully,
MARY ANN 8TOIKHOU8B.
BmrctCatir, Hdhtwotob Co., Pa., j
January 18, 1861.
U. 0. EraLoma.
Sia:
Yoa will please send me two boxes C your Cephalic
Pills. Bend them Immediately.
Respectfu 11 w yours,
JNO. B. SIMONS.
P. 8. Than used one boa of your fill, and find
then excellent.
Btixt Vxrhok, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1861.
Ulnar 0. Spauniia, Esq.
Please find encloaed twenty -five cents, for which tend
me mother box of your Cepbtlie Pilli. They art truly
the best PiUt I have ever tried.
Direct A. STOVER, P. M.,
Belle Vemon, Wyandot Co., 0.
Brvnav, Mis , Deo. 11, I860.
B.C. Brimixo, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large ihow bill to briog
your Oephalio Pilla mora particularly before ay cuiso
mere. If you hav anything of th kind, pleaa send to
BO.
One of my customers, who Is subject to severe Sick
Headache, (usually laating two days,) tea cured oan
attack in one lour by your Pill, which I sent her.
bsspectf ally yours,
W. B. WILKES.
RtTKOLDstDta, Faiitiini Oo., Ohio,
January , IbGl. (
Hnmr 0. PriLoiKo,
No. 48 Cedar St., N. Y.
Diik Bit:
Inclosed find twenty fin cent, (23.) for which send
box of "Oephalio Pills." tend to tddreat of Rev. Wm.
0. Filler, Reynoldiburg, Iranklln Co., Oblo.
Your Pille work like a charm eurt Headache al
mott instanttr.
Truly yours,
WM. 0. FILLER.
YrsiLaam, Mien., Jan. 14, 1861.
Ma. Bpiloiwo.
Sir:
Net long since I sent to yon fort box of Cephalic Pills
for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Oottiveneat.
tnd received th same, tnd they had eo good an effect
that too induced to tend for mot.
rieaie send by return man. Direct to
A. B, WHEELER,
Ypsilanti, Mich.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.
Oephalio Pill locompliah the object for which thev
were made, via.: Oan of headache in all it forms.
From th Examiner, Norfolk, Yt.
They have been totted In more than a thousand cases
with entln success.
From the Democrat, St. Clood, Mino.
If yoa tn. or hire been, troubled with the headache
tend for a box, (Cephalto Pills,) so that yoa may have
mem in case oi an attack.
From th Advertiser, Providence, R. I.
The Cenhallo Plllt tn mid to be a remarkably effectm
remedy for the headache, and one of tb vary best for
that Tory frequent complalnt.whlch bat ever been dis
covered.
From th Western B. R. Gaxette, Chicago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Soauldlnt. and hla unrivaled
Oephalio Plllt.
From th Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Yt.
We tn sure that persons suffering with tbe headache
who try them, will (tick to them.
From the Southern Pith Finder, New Orleant, La.
Try them! yoa that an afflicted, and w are aun that
your testimony can be tdded to th already numeroua
list that haa recs lyed benefit that no other madlctn can
produce.
Prom th St Louis Democrat. '
Th Immena demand for th article Car hall. Pilla
U rapidly increasing. .
F root the Gaaette, Davenport. Iowa.
Mr. Bnaldlnc would not connect hi aim with aa ar
ticle h did not know topoosea real merit.
tngle bottle of SPALDING'S PBBPABED
UuUa Will BBVW nm iuhot ,e vuet aauiaaiiy.m
, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE !
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE !
SAVE THB FlicBBI
100ROMTI SI8FAT0HI
jC'A BnTca ra Tin Siva Man."cO
Adceldent will hannan. am In well re aula ted fam
lllea. It ia v.rv tealrabla to hav ob obeap and coo
venlent way for leptiring Furnltun, Toy, Crockery
aPAT.T) TWO'S PREPARES GLUM '
Beet ill aooh emergencies, tad bo household eaa afford
to be without it. II iaalwtyj ready, and up to the stick
log point. ,
.'UBBaUii an aiaai jiuup.'
9. B. A Broth acoompaniet each bottle. '
eentt. . Address.
iijfinnx U. Drauwuui
No. 48, Oedar Street, New York
CAUTION." Al eertaia nnprinclpled persons an attempting to'
pain off on tha unsuspecting puoilo, imiutlonsor ay
PRBPABED 6LUB, I would oaution all persons to x-'
tmln befor parcbaslng, and see that the full nam,
O'SPALDlNQ'l PREPARIDGLUB,ai
k oa thsoutalde wrapprttll otb4n are iwlndliugeea
tarfwite.
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