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CLEVELAND, O iTlO.
f piU3 well kaowts Hone Company, if pre;
JL ! pared, s usual, to likt risks pa t!i sa
fer rlwsre of rroj-erly , , T-f i means tv
ample, and their relos erf as rcsonsble as'
those pf uy sound Company. ' ' " '
COT HO SPECIAL HAZARDOUS OR"'
'STEAM RISKS TAK.EN.Jd
'' OFFICERS: ' -1
1). B. nnham. President.'
r0.. Mj gatV Vice Presldeai ' and
' " 1 Treasurer,-'" '''' ' '
KO.NSk"eeia, Secretary,' : "
Geo! B. StV.sr, General 'Agent."
. . . -. t i . . - i
DIRECTORS:' ',. " ' ;
George Mygair, Cleveland, '
F.T. Backus, do.
A. S. Sandford, do.t ,' '
Jacob" Perkins.' . io. " '': ,'.''
Benjamin Northrup.do.J ; ' (
Geo. B. Senter, ' dd.i ' 1
O. N. Skeels, : ' do. ,'
IX B.'Pnnham, do.; ' I .1 .--.j
C W, Cook, ... do, , . .
. Timothy Baker, Norwalk. , . 4 (
JohnC'.aik, Brunswick. . ,',
J. P. Robinson. Bedford. '
W . M. Powell. Cleveland, (Wit tide.)
E. F. UlMiHAM. A gift.
uljSO'55 Cm) .. . McArthur, Ohio,
" A NNOUNCES to the citizens of Tin
J. ton count, thai be bos just received
new stork of Books eiul Stationary, cinsistiug
in part of ' '
FAMILY BIBLES, at prices frcm II W to
.00. - .
METHODIST HYMN BOOKS,
Sound in Morocco, gilt ond cemmou kid-
Veems' Life of Vami!!MtoY
lids of DaiiblHooe,
. ' TsCOiUIKACM.I . .1
Sbassspeas's works compWte.
Btbos's " .
Life of Barhum.
De ArBtoBi's History of the Reformation.
TOUNQ MAN'S BOOK OF RBowtKoti.
Eumldo RtsTALDiRA, i Romance.
Hale's History of the United States,
fjritnshaw's Ht6torv of the United Stttcf.
Child at Home, a Moral Tale, ,
The Ciaftsman, the Light of the Temple,
led Meloddies for the Craft, containing an
tiiellent selection ol Hymns and Odes' suita
ble for evry occasion,
The American Songster, Parlor Songster,
Exile of Erin, Songs of Old Ireland, Negro
Songs, and a Tarieiy of other Song Boots.
Moral and Instructive story books for chil
dren, Pictorial Toy Books forchildreD,oerery
teecription. . ,
BLANK BOOKS. '
Justices' Dockets, Legers and Day Books,
bound in leather and half binding, of all sizes.
Best Cap Paper, Blue Post Letter Paner,
nimercial Note Paper. Bill Paper, also Ink,
ills, Steel Pens, Sand Boxes, Inkstands,
stirs, riling Sand, end Stationary of
r) kind, all of which trill be sold at the
nest figures, lor cash. may4 '55. tf
t. i. SWFTIAKD b. c. COGSWELL
BOOT k SHOE STORE,
SWETLAHD & COGSWELL,
Opposite Ihe McArthur Hotife,
r ETURN their sincere thanks to tlir
X numerous friends and customers, for
the tery liberal patronage extended to them
In the rast season, and take pleasure in an
nouncing that they ate now receiving at their
Boot and Shoe Depot the largest end best se
lected Mock ol
Boots k Shoes
Iter brought to McArthur; confuting r$J
In part of FL
GENTLEMENS' BOOTS Si. SHOES,
Cents. Buckskin Gaiters Gents.Congrees Gait
ers, Gents Fancy Shoe?. Gents Oxford Purap6.
Gents Enameled Nulifiers, Gents Enameled
Congress Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather Kid
Top Prince Albert's. Gents Patent Leather.
Drab Cloth, Kid top, Prime Albert's; Gents
Jersey Buckskin hoes, Ucnts (Jpera Slippers;
together with everr Tariety of Fine and
Coarse calfskin, Kip and Morocco Boots and
Shoes. Also, Ladies Hoots akd uoes;
Ladies Buskin Gaiter Boots, Ladies' enamel
ed Jenny Lind's K. R-, Ladies' Morocco Jen
ny Linti's R. R.. Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Ladies Fancy Jennf Lind Sloes, Ladies' en
amelled Morocco Shoes," Ladies' .Victoria
Fancv hoes Ladies Fancy loo Boots. Li
dies! Fancy Buskins, broiiTed (ops. Ladies'
Blue Gaits, Ladies Colored Sander's Gaiters.
Also: Misses Boots and Shoes, Misses Kid
Boots tnd Gaiters, Misses Fancy colored
Gaiters, Misses enameled Fancy Boots; also,
Chi arens Boots and noes. Ohilrlrens rati.
peged, 8hort,' Childrens' Fancy shoes, t'hil
Irens'Fanct Gaiters, and every o'Jiei variety
of Ladies', mise and thildrens' wear, Fine
and Coarse. ' . .-.
We hait any number of Workmen en
eged, that is necessary, and aie prepared
J iforders t the shortest notice.
(QAll of our Gooda will be sold at pri
n that will give satisfaction. Colt and ex
wine for yourselves- ' ; '
1 11 1 .-;,
fATENT LIQUID GLVB,'Jl
Prlfflk -j. Cent.
CneHIS celebrated and very useful article,
cfTe the invention of celebrated English
ri tmist, and much used in Europe is now
red to the Pnblid at a price that places
' he' reachof all. ""' ..m
(fir No Hopsekeeper shonld be without
with this article they can immediately re-
- air any article of Furniture, rnch ns China,
'Qlac or Woodthat may bave been broken
. w ithout the irowbla and expenw of . sending
. It to Uia Ubinet lakers. , tor wie at j
:., ; E.ABllATi:0JI
t UARDI AN'S KOTlCBv-Nofice is here
dianol Malinda, Abraham. end Catherine
Rt rsbksuch . ties ii d his aecounte and Vou
ebers lor AparttalsettU. meat of bia accounts
1 as 4ich,Gaiaidian, and that the same wilt
iiassed upon on the 22d day pf December,
ib& J.TinxiAA rio.juoge.
WATER St., CIHLLICOTHE, OHIO
lX IQIM.D be i Wirt to irnioniicrlo' (be
f f citizens of Rosi ahd adjoining eoiln
ties, i1it he hat opened out a new and
complete a lock 9! fall sw4 wiutecgoods,
elected from the bewl fore inn end do
meitic labrica, which !v,he will sell at
wholesale-ami retail prices, lower lhart
any ever offered lit litis part of Ihe'cbnn
try, lie baa also a', full and rbn plete
assortment, of furnishing goo 4s uf all,
liscriptioa and Quality. Al'o ou com
mission 1 splendid lot of woolen under
li rti .end s drawers,- which, he n il
whole tile at New York - prices; here
frslna front puffing or praising. Ca
nd ae for yourselves, sud beconvinr
hat )ou Will make money by puriha
ing at the Thanix Block; don't forfce
he place, 2 Voors west of Failerton.'
Id stand 011 Water Street, j ,
A few first rate pant and rest makers
wanted,, 'to; whom 1jie, highest prices
will he paid , :1 (vet. ISi li'SS--m
B. LLOYD k CO '
WnOLKSALK BOOT Ct $IOB WaRIROBSI
. Ao, I. :i:iknrl:1cik. From Street, ,
' ' ' PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
TTAVE iubt recvied their extensive Fall
11 Stork, coneiftingnfall the latest styles
and IbsIi ions. Uur stuck navtna Wen riur
chased direct from the manufacturers, prin
finally for cash, with great care in the se
lection 01 quality and sizes adopted to . tlie
Western trade, we are enabled to offer tn
retior inducements this Fall, and are deter
mined not 1,0 be undersold by any regular
house either In new lorl, J lulaclelpliiaot
Baltimore. " t- ,
1 1) addition lo our extrnFlye slock of Boots
anil Shoes will t louud a If rge and well $e
lected stock of , , .
" IMTs Jsl 3 CAPS.
Suitable for the Fall and Winter Trade!--
Menhunis and Furnace Owners visiting our
city are invited to call and examine for them'
To the La dies. We erenow manufactur
ing a superior article of luldies' and Miwes'
Gaiters' Buskins andSlippers. Having pro
cured some of the best workmen in the West
we are prepared to supply those who want
Leather. One Thousand lbs, Bed Sole
Leaihei.13.00 lbs, No. 1 White Su)e. Leather.
3Cdoien French calf Skins. 35 down Craw
ford's Skihs, JO doten Kip Skins. Upper
leather and Shoe Findings always on hand
and for sale at the lowest market 'price.
January 20. 1854 ' 1 y.
JOHNSON'S BOOK STORE,
HH. JOHNSON7 (successor to Joseph
Jones) keeps constantly on bands
large stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL
Which he will sell at JEaefirn Prkt. It
his design to afford Country Merchants, and
nuichasers sencrallT. such facilities for sup
plying themselves with every article in his
line, as ther have not heretofore enjoyed.
Additions are now being made to his stock,,
which will make one of the Largest ani? eat
in the Western country.
As a mere outline, bis stock will be found
to consist of ,
BOOKS Medical. Scientific, Law, Theolog
ical. School, Blank and Miscellaneous.
STATIONERY Letter, Cap, Bill and Note
EN"VELOrrS-Buir, Embossed and Plain
White, and Government.'
WALL PAPER -A heavy and well selected
stock, at prices ranging from 8 cn!s,
to $1,50 per bolt. Also, Borders of
the grcitest Tarietr, and Window
BLN K BOOXS Ledgers, Journals, Day
Bonks, and Time Books, all of every
PERIODICA LS Those issued Monthly, and
MAPS Large Maps of both Hemispheres and
of ttte United States; small filapt ol
each of theWestern States,, aud ol
FANCY ARTICLE of different kinds.
ALSO Slates. Conv Books. Corner Plate
Pencils, uoid and steel fens, ink c
all kinds, Inkstands, Wafers, Ac. Ac.
All bTvthich wiii be sold low. at Whole
sale and Retail at Johitsos's Book Stoie.
Jones' pld stand, Paint St., Cbillicotie, O.Mo.
December 0. IbdJ.Iy.
HAfvCPTCN Si. CAMPBELL,
Or th lata firm cf Etnipicn, Wilson It Co,
h. St Third Slrrd Lctwcrn Wood i larkct,
ARE now receiving their stock of Fall
and Winter Goods to which they call
the attention of Western Merchants.
Among tlMtir assortment will be found
MEN AND BOTS CLOTIItya
Of every possible description; also Troy and
Hartford Shirts and Collars, Wool, Merino
and Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, Silk
and Linnen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery.
Suspenders, Cravats, Neck Ties, Stocks.
Gloves, &c. A Wo. a general assortment ol
INDIAN RlJiBEH GOODS.
We Intend this stock shall always be one
of the largest, the best furnished, and the
most beatituul and complete to be louud in
the United Stales. Our connection with one
of the largest bouses in Massachusetts where
the utmost care has been bestowed in their
manufacture, gives ns advantages which will
enable tie to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers
prices, -which we are determinedno do, and
also enables us to offer . " . '
A greater variety of Goods to our cus
tomers tliao has. hitherto been
i - found in . this Market. '
We respectlully solicit the patronage of
buyers visiting this citjr. The orders of our
customers shall be promptly and taiUfactnr-
ily filled on terms as liberal as by any other
house in the country. 1
- HAMPTON & CAMFBELL.
' P'- 6 '55 3iri.
1 IRON, NAILS AND STEEL.. ;
"I fin;nflfU'BS; Rolled and Ham
30OO Lbs; Norway Nail Rod, , "
500 Kegs'assorted cut and wrought Nails,
30OO Lbs. square, ronnd and octagon
steel,- Just received ar. ineuiu Anvil.
- DENNIN6, CAMPBELL & CO.'
'.'July 9, 1853. . ; -.
.''.! ".','.'. '.oiYOKi;?.;; .; '
t ( YANKEE Ox Yokes, at the Gilt. Ann
XV. DENNING, CAMPBELL& CO.
JuV29 1853.:, t, ... ,: . ,
I .WANT 0OO "SniNGlES, 'for which
JL tM Highm Price will baigirenat
l$55 NEW STOCK. OF U55.
)Mat-rerifl ma.SpiU'B. . Sloci
rorapriripi; 1, (trej variety oi FANCY
aajd ST A fLt .NOTIONS. fDr
others are mvlied 10 tall liefli
raters,, a ad
asiitu Vle here, as they will Cud a com-plete-emmriiurnt,
nd at rrrires ihaTytill'
cnirp.re ytjih any Fi Iflifhnien I of the
kind in tins sevtion'of the country.
The fo1lqinii'frles romprise a part
of rajy esteufiye assortmeut:
CO arks pins.
2C0.6C0 pertussion raps.
6Q0 dozen spool rottnu.
3D cross buttcjns.
50 dozen suspenders,
od0 lb skein cotton.
2 lb sewing silk,
5 lb. twist silk. c ; '
300 (loss books snd eyes,
30 dozen raror s'rops.
500 dozen combs, all kinds. L t
20 reams cap,. letter and note paper.
P0tc.mn tipes.- r )
30 dozen snap.' '
O.QCO fifh hooks.
5 gtof fihh Iimpi.
0 uttisa1 lead pencils,
100,000 needles. ' i -it '
00 bundles wsfe'rs,
0 doien knives..
0 dozen scissors,
0 gros spoons. '
0 gross jews harps.
gross French harps.
0 dozen slates.
g000 slate reniils.
.0 gross thimbles.
00 dzrn porta monaies,
00 lb patent hread.
Cornelian charms and rings.
Ladies' work boxes and re'iciles,
Fine hair brushes and combs.
Gutta pen ha, puff and long combs,
S, S 8 and 8 S S fine combs.
Skirt sr.d dress whalebone,
oriet and shoe Isoes.
Stilettoes, elastics and sleeve bands,
Teeth and nail bmshes.
Steel pens and holders.
Match safes. ; " . . ,
Linen 61 cotton, floss crochet cotton
Zephyr worsted and needles.
Gold finger snd ear rings.
Gold, plated end common jewelry; end
other articles too numerous to parttcu
' CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
Dealers snd others purchnsine, C'ssrs
will find the largest Stock in the City
varying from 15 to 130 per M. As all
J he lire cigars are manufactured on the
premises, purchsrers 0; fine cigars may
depend upon getting the quality of ci
gar they pay for, as satisfaction is guar
anteed in all cases. Also on hand
Caveodish snd Fine Cut Chewing To
bacco, Tires, rf c, at the Cheap Notion
Store next to the Valley Bank,' Second
Stree.t, ? , , R, DAVISON
Chiilicot he. O..' March 3, 1555.
IF VOll C. L t'OU WILL Bl'V.
. JOHN S. HAWK.,
MAIN STREET, McARTHUR, OHIO,
Trrlrr in )l kinds of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE, HATS,
ATS, BONNETS, BOOTS f
LOTHING, IRON &
KAILS, dec. Also,;
LOUDON & Go's. POrULAR FAMILY
TS just rerelving from Cincinnati, one of the
k Largest a.in nest selected stocks of New
Ever brought to McArthur, expressly for the
v in'er trade, which hs is cerermiued to 6ell
c-n '.he rrxst reacnab!e terms.
Ju't rail and see my New Goods before
1 0 rr f i r telsew lre.
Edre a pr tMjr Produce, for in the way
.f Par.ei lew iii tive yon a good bargains
rtiO tn ve.i rrontt.! !N-.ari.
, ov-m!r 17, l-JsA.-Ut. c. ly.
A PuMic Invi (clion
II1CK0CK i JIro.-,
I. "I A VINO iuit i.ieiH a Wholesale an'
J. .1 Retail II AT Ol!!. in Portsmouth
on Front Sin-et, b' tT.feii Mai!- t Mi l Jefltr
ton, ther invite All to .i!l u.i iexa.niiie thi-
pjlTuli snd Cup, StiBV fmctls, T.-nriis.j
e4 nhti, tarptl Cfift, Urr.hrtllf it., '
op evfp. !T.fra;i"rio5.
Purchasers can at all tiire find nt onre
tnblishment a full aud complete t j-or men
of the richest and most (irfirabie stvles,
well as the most common fubrics. Our lone
experience in the business, and knowledge
manufacturing, with the facilities for purcha
sing, are such that we are confident we con
sell i.oweb than any other House in the West
FURS of all kinds wanted, for which the
Highest puces will be paid.
Portsmouth. November 4, 1853. ly
.STElNc BROTHER, "
Manufacturers und Wholesale dealer
No., 310 BALTIMORE STREET.
Between Howard and Libkrty-sts
rJnlv 8.'fi3. Iv. -
1IPPENC0TT S Axes, warranted 30 days
.J or the money refunded. Haichetswar
ranted, Tilletson'S Handsaws warranted
Door Locks, Thumb .Latches, Butts, Screws
Augers, Smoothing Irons, Curry Combs
Horse Brushes, F'iles, Rasps, iu shot every
thing in the Hardware line, at
HAE just Received, a good stock of New
(iii cIk. fuitbble Tni the season, unirli
"ill sell low for - Cath; consisting in part,
ClOTue 'Mcutittie' citivvtt
vuvtuoi v"" u lx , 1 1,1 1. 1 1
MERINOS, DELAINS. ALPXcaS,
COBERGS.-CALlCOES, rj-c &c.
Bodi, Shoes, Hats, Cps, Fresk.Orociries,
dc.,1 fc., &c, Ac.' '
Flotir, Wlieai Cora, Potatoes, (f-c, taken
in exchange for Gootls. . , E. A. Beaitos
rViORGOOOS &. GRCC"ERIES.T"
have just received a. sew supply of Wall
.. r r eb and Uosdkbsj the larjtiat lot , ever
brought tOMcArthur. ... i -, , ;.
MAIso, COFFEE.Eicb, Molasses, To
bacco's, etc.; all of which I will
akt U Arris St Av rATrtat,;
1; mi 1
h cCirrtV S tlF.Ht CCrVTLEC.
Crtl-I-EKS, First. S-.nd, Third Fourth
kj ami r iltli Kemiers
Luilie-t CeHctflrs. ' -
1 1. ..i-1
y S Anotvtiral. t
- t," -- , v 4 '
TtaV's Aieilui'ialic,' lrts FTrsl. Second ana
Thiid, It."' AI'jm, Parts Fi.bt and Second.
MiGnfTr i Lhctic I'tiiMer.r'T . .1 a ,e- f
, 'lie E.;neu1ary Sj rer.J ivl 1,4 ' 1 1
1 Webber's-sibool JJictionary. .
I " I n pi -ill lpilur a r. . 1 k
Miii hel's I'.iinary Gei'giaihy, 1 - " '
Mih hel's 'ltrrtze school Uuccraphr, latest
lition. r . r 'I j :
C v Bocls". Slates, Pencels and all kinds
of fcUiii'iihry1 fftr scl.cols, for 's8te,i( ., , ,'.
J. Ki A D. WILL :
4 RE now rerrivine end oreniiic the lare-
. est aiul best 'elected stock oi
nil am, wm um "
1. . .,. . 1 .... in. :
er Drcusni 10 mis nmraei. r, 1111 wuim
artner I iviiig si ent considi rable lime in the
iiirs ol Boltnnoic, Phimdeliihta, New York
and Bi-stnn Iii selecting and purchusiiig. and
liavmg paid'tan I11I atirntion no tue ihicsi
-l lea and mp$t improved pateryi Jof all ar-
tides of do ss ginds mid wearing apparel.
il.ey are roi.lulciitll.eirsioik cannot ue sut-
l awed, either in insrh'tude r variety of
tvlfs bv hp iti tlits ronnirv
pari a foilofl: ldie L'res UociU, anil
shitwls ol tKrr variety and style; Cloths,
Cii.-'s-imerfs end Tweeds ol all .kinds; l'iad.
Made Clolhtnc i f every dt-scrintion, lot men
and boK; nr ex ei.siie assortment of Hats,
Cups, IVois siid Shoos; Hardware. Queens
ware, a ver?lsr;;e stock ol Groceries, Wall
. . 1 1 . r, 1 - I....
Al K. 'I .. ura a It, arii ii I
1 leirstork ncinilete in every ilepartinent,
and p;livciy le shiUI at llt lowest pi i-
(ts. rniluiect all kinds wanted.
sopt. 13 tf.
N active hrnrst Man in each section of the
Stale, to take orders by 'SAMPLK' for
VELPEAfS MAGNETIC AGENTS. A
solaryof t9C0 per year, and a small commis-
will be paid. "Salary payable' month-
y. ror par ucuiars Bnircs u. m. vew-
Juv,Ml Broadway. New-Yo.k, enclosing
stamp to rre.r.van.wtr. , ;
Nov. 1st. l56-4w. !:' '
I wir. undersigned desire scam to tender
JL tl.eir thanks lothiir numerous eu-tom
ers for past favors, end advise them of the
fact, triat they aie now receiving and open
ine at the Pri k corner, a Laree and Snlend
id Sioikol FALL AND HINTEH DRV
GOODS, consisting of every variety and
quality, suited to ti e wants ol their custom
ers and the conimumtv; which tiiev
I II f .1. .
.,1 i., ik i. ,rn ,. . ,, ,.j .;),
of thtir Goodt. ntilktr dathtv inlaid
bt vndtrsold.. .
And while inviting the Attention of their
customers to the iiroicts which are ahead,
they desire tfl remind them of the fact, that
some 01 nem are n u,e errra-tnai"snori
-i..,i.i n. r,.i,l k,A ;, .; r ti..
a iundameof the cror.l. and means w U 1
are at their command, it la hoped they will
pay up the old score, or at least settle by
note, and commence anew.
,.r 'ADEB & REYNOLDS.
sep. 13. 6J-f.
PriflTC ) CIIArC
, IsliUliJ OliULo.
I EST received t! hrestand best selection
tl of Boots end Sh ies ever opened in Ibis
market, consisting of
Gents. Enamtlci, Dr 08113,
" Buttoned Congress Gaiters,
. " MorrorcoSliprs,
" French Calf Boots,
Ladies Enameled Lece Boots,
" Goat "
" Sewed " " ,.
" Laced Gaiters, . .
" Patent Leather , "
" Enameled Jenney Lind'l,
" Patent Sea Buskins,
" Fancy Enameled " ,
' " Slippers.
Children6' Kid Laced Boots,
" Fancy " " "
" Kid Peg "
" Enameled "
" Fsnry :
Misses Kid Slippers, '
fancy Laced Boots
Fall Trade. I8So'.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN DRY-
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
1 and shoes. hats,
- caps, bonnets,
IPA1NT STREET, CniLLlCOTIIE.
IS now prepared to supply Merchants and
Furnate Proprietors, with all articles
his line at fair prices and upon reasonable
terms. His stock i6 new, large, and well as
sorted, and will be Eold invariably at .Cin
cinnati prices. , aug. M am.J
FCBWABBLNU 1SD fOMMISSlOS. SERIMT,
CENTER WHEELING . WHARVES
WHEELING. VA..' &. BRIDGEPORT,
Has large and extensive Ware Heuree.
is prepared with every facility, to atieni
an ousiuess, eiurusteu to Ms (tie, fro
He forwards, I reight by Car leads ere de
ep tember 2,1603. lv,
TOT1CE. 1 have received 11 lot of 5 bun.
l dies FRUIT TREES in my Warehouse,!
ra, ad(ire?sed lo T. MAKTlN.McAr- r
JS owner is requested to iav eharg-LT
es ana isae memawayi 5 &. SRIAKT,
- , CniLLicoTHBOhioiNov". 20, '5.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
,1 ..u ..... . cum .f .i -J 1,
I v-'ii ,-,.- ,
;. juTv204j : jojiN RoprNs.
I HA VJS tin day sold to Weslfall. Sfew'art
1-4-Co, my -entire interest-fn,.lhfi Cincin-
nali Furnace Company, Siid'anr Iherefoie
longera partner llieipinr A--
v ..k t.. L. .-1 -TJ. J tfcr.e
.. , : '
IJOB W-4)KKofevervde8crJDtaoir neatlvl
,)ie community with such a remedy.i
sion Qf lh, Blt itrtemenl the "Ateericen
Birdcelpi.a i,r'Hisasait' U des cued' for. be
rwbojesalpncesr: f; xt"?. !
nu ! - i ,C,;A. 1 DAAZARla) ifo.:
rortsroputhfApril . , 1S54. , "r
, . I, ,,,, I I'll ., TI
1W 1ST? to boy -all the wool 1 can ret; and
l-etinrv ilitt Huhett rrsiket Tiiro- a t
" For th rilit Cnra of"' '
z a CROUP, ASTHMA, AMD 7, , ,
i 11 i r0.Sl'3IFTI0I. "
'.TFlS'rem'fdJ isoff(ered 19 the'crrrl
mu uiiy w i :h t,he ronfideiic'e'vve'fe'el In
an article whfih reldom fails to realize
the lidirippiii?! eT'ects ihal can be" desir
ed. : So. w Ide is 1 lie field of it useful
ness and 11 nine rmis the rases of iis cures,
that almost every section of the country
abounds in t'ersoi'is, luhliily known'.
who have berif resaoied .'rem alarmii g
ajid'even pesperaie diseases 01 "ine
lung!, by its, use. ' When once tiled its
SUperjuritt :over every oilier medicine
f il( k1(, . , trio' anpareut to escape
known," the pubrlc no longer hesitate
w hat antidote to employ for the dlstrri
sing and dangerous affections 'bf the
pulmonary organs,' which are incident
to oli climate,
NothioK h'S called louder lor the ear-
j nest enquiry of inedi;l men, IheVihe
- - - - -
nimii i.,a uniti il a ! il tl linS nttBI at II filial
c'ass if diseases bid more of their in
vestica tipiiB snd rare. But as yet no
adequate remedy lias been provieed. on
which the public could depend for pro
tection from attacks upon the respira
tory organs, until the introduction of
the Cherry Tectoral. - IMS article is
the product of a long, laborious, and I
believe successful endeavor tn furnish
.. . . ,i,cu.o .,,. .,1 m
!:ei',e ' ow themsehes prevaied to
judge, and T appeal with confidence to
their decision. Jf there is any depen-
denca to be placed in what men of
every class and station certfy' it has
done for them, if can trust our own
senses, when we sre dangerous affec
tions of the throat aud lungs yield to it,
If we cm depend on the assurance "ol
intelligent Physicians, who wake 'il
their buisness to know, in short, if
there is' any retanee upon anything,
then is it itrefutable proven that thin
medicine does relieve and r.oes cure the
,(()U(1 tmy l others lhllt are lll0Wn
ma.kiud. 'if Ihi. be true it cannot
be tooir-eel? published.uor be too'wido
J known. The' Afflicted should kuow
A remedy. that cureec, is priae.esa
to them. Parent should kuowil,' than
children ' ark briceleSs to then. ''All
should know il, for health can re priced
(0 no on(( Kol od1 should it b, cir
cul.t.d here, but eveiy wbere.not only
in inis country, oui iu an auuiiiuva
"ow laiiniuuy wo inn nceu uU una
conviction, ia ahown in the jaCt that
already this article has mads the circles
of tba globa. The sun never seta on its
limits, No contieui is wtiliouC it, and
bul (ew Feop!egi Although not iu so
general use in other natious as iu lhi,
it is employed;by the more rntelligeht in
almost all civ lined countries. If is ex
tensivelr emoloyed in both 'America
in Europe, Asia, Afiica. Austrailia and
the far iff islands of the eta.' Life is
as dear to its possessors llisre as here,
and tbey grasp at a veluble remedy
with even moie avidity, Unlike mot
preparationi of its kind, it is an expen
sive composition of tosty material.
Still it is afiorded lo the public a', a
reasonably low price,' aud what is pf
vastly more imparlance to them, 'its
qualily.is never suffered to decline from
its original standard of excellence.
Every bottle of ibis mepicine; now
uiaiiufactured, is as good as ever' has
been make heretofore.or as we are capa
ble of inakiug.' No toil or cost is1spar-
ed, in maintaining It in the best" per
fection which it is possible to produce.
Hence the patient who 'procures the
genuine JCtierry Pectoral, can rely on
having as good and article ia lias ever
been hud by those who testify to its
cures. . .. . . ,
. By purchlng this cuse.l hsve the hope
ol doing some good in the world.as well
as the satisfaction of believing that
much has been done already. ' ' .
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