irTKlTF.D JlTATr.or A7XCIIICA, DIS
IjJ TRTCT CF INDIANA.
Winuti, A libel of tafaraao baa beara fi!ed In the
rutnrt Crt Intted. Statt, within and for the
F-evrntb Circuit aad Irtet of Indiana, ec tbe JTth day
ef Srite, 141. eyJoaa Ilaao, Et-. Attama-y f it
tee l a . ted State of AtnerV, against ft tacte ft ccTee
and 3 boie of merrbaadire seised at EvensrSle, for ft
vtoletigo of Um laws f the United 'tatet, the muJ goods
Mi BMrcaaadiae Winf cenfrebausd of war, aad prsylng
per egatoat Mil good, and that tlM mum may to
ceefderanod end told aa arrvles contraband of war.
New, therefore, la pirniirt of U ntocitioa under the
eal of ead Court to ne d'.rectej and delivered, 1 do here
by K,r puhlas 8"tl" to II persona claiming taid goods,
or ny pvrl thereof, or In ary manner raireaed therein,
(hit they be eod appear before tbe aald. Use Lust riet Court
sf U United States, to held at the city of Ind empo
Ue. In od to the iHvirict nf Indiana, on the Jd Monday of
ÜtftmNt aeit, at 10 o'clock of too fornooa of that day,
Oo ad tbre te Interpose their claims end make their
allegation! la that behalf.
Pt 0. ROSE, C. . MarshaL
Joen If. Raa. CVru.
IwH Mtraf 1, nvj-dl4t
T t i t r. p x a t r a m: 1 1 1 c a di.-
J TRET Of INDIANA, FS:
Vi'arnA, A 11 of Information baa been f led in the
DUtrtet Court of the United States, within and Cut the
Seventh Clrmlt and Dtetrtet of lndiaaa, o tho th 4j of
ct'r, 1MI, tT Jobn llanoa, Kiw)., Attonfj of the L nl
t4 f tal for aaid IA'trlct t Indiana, a;it S tr t.f
rnff, S bosea of eaixil, 1 keg of crram of tartar, 6 bar
rrla of whUky, 4 koiri of tarch, 4 r of rtff, t bar
rrl of hly, S b?a of er.fW, and 1 krr,of avla, plie4
at ka&ll!e for a violation of tb laws of the United
at, the all gyy!a and rorrrharvdisa birjt ctraNatl
of war, aad pra1& procraa aa;au aaid r1, and that
th4 am mjr b coodrmnrd axtd a4l aa arih las contra
band of war.
2w, tbrrfirr, pur'uaD? of th monition nnder th
raj 4 aaid 0rt t n dtrrctrd and 4livred, 1 do hr
by jtJto patllc b4- to all prucU.m n; -aid rood,
or an part tbrrfcf, or la any taaanr Intrr-id Ibwin,
hat lby bo and appear bfor lb aald, th tHstnrtCmirt
f tha tnitrd 5tatr, to b bld at the city of (ndtanano
II, ta and for th lJtUV-t of Indiana, on t!. 3d Monday
ft lCovrcnbor nit, at 10 o'tiock of tb fnrrnonn of that
day, tbm and Ibrrc to tnterpoa thrir clairo aui male
thrir alxatina In that bha!f
D. O. ROSE. C. . Marshal,
I'rr J. 5. Bixclow, Drpoty.
II. Ra a, C!rrV.
!ir4 Xorrmber 1, Ml. no1-1llt
TT.11TKD TATI.S OF ATiritlCA, DIM.
Ij TU1CT OF INWAXA, 5.S:
ar.acAJ, A Ii)w of inform ition baa ln fiW la the
Itrirt Oart of tb fntir! .State, wüblo and for the
"veutb Circuit axd Dl.4rVt of Indiana on the Stli day of
Octolx-r.ll, by Joho Hanua, Kaq Attorney of Ibe Uni
ted 5Utea for laid DlMiVt of Irvi.ajia, araiot IA krps of
eoda, &0 boe of etartb, 100 boxra roan, A bo amifT, Id
kef a cream of tartar, rak madder, 15 firkin batter. 4
rarka Karon, 2.1 ke-a Urd, IS barrels oil, lO boxe- can
dlra, 2.1 half b..e caodlea, 5 barrtU lard otl. 20
barrvU of alcohol. bar of efW, &0 kr of nail,
aHzeJ at Rvanarillr, for aviolat'ion of lhalaws of thel'id
twl ytate, the aaul oda and Mrrrhandine beiuz contra
band of war, and praying nrocea aa;aint -aid food-, and
that the um- may be Cftrlctooed and sold as artkle con
traband of war.
Now, therfnr, la pnrMiaoee of the tnonitnti ond-r the
aeal of aJ-l Ourt, to me directed and drlivrred, I do here
by ave public not Ira to all peraona claimins; said a;oid,
or any part thereof, tr in any maimer Int rented tbrrelu,
that tby b and ajxar tfn the aald, the l-.trict Court
of the United State, to be held at the city of Indianapo
lis, in and for the Ih-trict of Irnliana. oti the 31 Monday
of otrmbvr nt. at 10 o'clock of the furenora of that
day, tliea and tbrr to Udenoe their cUima and make
their all-gitJona in that behalf.
l. ti. ItaF, U. . Mar-La!.
Fer J. S. P.Mjr.uw, lM-put j.
Jon K. Re a. Clerk.
latcd Norroibrr 1, 1M1. nov3-d14t
IT K D NTATK1 F ATII'-UK A,DI S-
TltlCT OK INDIANA. SJt:
Wneka,a li'el of tofonnatlon baa been filed In the
iHntrict Curt of the United State, witbfn and for the
reoth Circuit and iHatrirt of Indiana, on the Sib day
of October, by John Hanna, Kmj., Attorney of the
United Slatea for Ul-trlct of Indiana, aitainxt I ca-k
bacon, 10 barrela lard oil. S raka bacon, & boxea at arch,
25 boxM catd)ea, Tt qaartr bxea cantl-s, and 100 bar
rela aatt. aejd at .van-vtlle for a violation of the laws
of the United Mite, the aU food and inen b and ie be
ing contraband of w ar, and praying prore-a aainot aid
a-" d, and that the same may be condemned and aold as
artif ! contraband of war.
Sr, thrrtfore. In pursuance of the monition under
the aj of said Cmrt ta roe directed a:td delivered. 1 do
hereby rTt public notice to all perMtm chimin Mil
(coodx, or any part thereof, or In any manner interested
therein, that they be and appear before the aid, the Dia
ttVtCtiwrt of the United Slates, to b held at the city of
IrUanapolis, in and for the District of Indiana, on the
third Monday of November next, at 10 o'clock of the fore
noon of that da, then and there to tntrrpotte ther claims,
and make their allegations In that behalf.
D. 0. ROSE, C. S. Mar-bal.
Per J. S. Bwclow, Deputy.
Jost II. Raa, Clerk.
Iated Xoreaber 1,161. nwrj-dllt
TTSITED ST4TF.S OF A.llEtllCAs
J TKICT OF INDIANA, Stt
Wat as At, A I.bel of lufurmatioo baa been filed in the
Pitrkt Court of the United Utes, within and for the
Seventh Circuit and IX strict of Indiana, on the 5th day of
October, 141. by John Hanna, F.eo , Attorney for the Uni
ted State for said District of Indiana, against 1 box of
drnirs. 1 boxes of candies, 3 bas of coffee, 4 kegs of
sia, 3 boxes soap, and 10 barrels of whisky, seized at Et
anvllle, fora riolatioa of tha laws of tba United States,
the aald goods and merchandii beins; contraband of war,
and praying proceaa agaiDt said goods, and that the
am ma be condemned and told as articles contraband
Wow, therefore, in pursuance of the monition under the
aeal of laid Court, to me directed and delivered, I do here
by give public notice to all persons claiming said good',
or any part theereof, cr in any manner interested therein,
that ther be an I appear before the said, the District Court
of the t'nited Stat, to be held at the city of Indiana no
li, tn and for the District of Indiana, on the 3d Monday
of November next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that
day. then and there to Interpol their claims and make
their alienations in that behalf.
IX O. ROSE, U. S. Marshal.
Ter J. S. Pi.a.Low, Deputy.
Jonm II. Rt a. Clerk.
Dated November 1, 1S6I. nnv3-d!4t
fTSITED STATT. OF AMIlltlCA, DIX-
J TRICT OF INDIANA, S
Wrkskii, a libel of Information baa been filed in the
District C-wirt of the United States, within and for the
&erenth (Irvtiit and District of lixiiana. on the &th day of
October, 141, by John Hanna, Fsq., Attorney for the Uni
tl State of America, aaint 24 caes of boot and
shoes, seixed at Eransvillf, for a violation of the l.tws of
the United ."tatet, the said god and merchandise being
contraband of war, and praying proceaa agslnt saidgwals,
srvl thtt the same may be conlemned and sold as article
contraband of war.
Now, therefre, in pursuance of the monition under the
aal of said Court to ma directed and delivered, I do here
by glee public notice to all penou claiming sid gool,
or ant part thereof, or an any manner interred therein.
that ther be and appear before the said, the District Court
of the L'nlted States, to be held at the city of Inrtiansj.o
U, tn and for the District of Indiana, on the 3d Mondaj
of November next, at 10 e'cloek of the foreno of that
day, thn and tlere to interpose their claims and m.tke
their allegations in that t-tu:f.
D. tl. R0E. U. S. Marshal.
Ir J. S. Bi-irtow, Drpu'y.
Jojx n. Ra, Clerk.
Dated NovemWr 1,1 Ml. novj-dltt
rTNlTF.D STATES OF AMERICA, DISTRICT OF IN-
U DIANA. SS:
Y mcskas. A lilel cf information ba been filed in tbe
District Court of the United States, w ithia anl for the
Seventh Circuit and DWnct of lrnliana, on the 34th day
f jieptember, 1M1, by John Hanna, Esq., Attorney for
ttie Tutted States of America. arsin 3 boxes of frit
ci' t h. 1 box of tl cloth. 1 box of ..c e button, a.noo
c i. I Colt's revolver and boxes of rirtridK-, 10,oo
mukrt cap, t bottles ut qntnine. and rm of rIe
button. etxed at Je fTeronvil!e for a vloiatjon cf the laws
o.' th United Statra, the said foods aikd merchandue !
ins; cantraband of war, and praying process acainet said
Kood, arol that the same may be condarancd ant sold as
srtic'.es contraband! of war.
Now, therefore, la pursuance of the monition under the
eat of sa4 .' art to me directed anl delit-ered, I i here
Py lire public notx-e t all persons claiming said coodv
r ant part thereof, nf U any manner rnt erected therein,
ihat tbev He and appar t-fore ibe aid, the Iirrt Court
f the United Stales t be lor I I at the city of Indianapo
b, in and for the iHstrictof Indiana, on the 3d JI ondty f
Novrmber next, at 10 o'clock of the forenoon f that day.
Itcn and tUere to lneroe their claim and make thru
all gatiooa in that behalf.
D. ti. KOSE, I .S. Mar-hal.
Per Ijta l-J JoaDAfc, lrpaty.
Joav It. Kb a. Clerk.
luted tVtober 31, 1J1. tovl-dl4t
TT -Tf-n STATES OF AMERICA. DISThlCT OF IN
U l lANA, S:
wurasa. A hbrl of Information h.v Wn Med in the
ItuirKl t'art of the Cmrr4 Matee, Hbm ail for tbe
Seventh Circuit aud ln.-.ttl-.t of Indiana, on the 27ta dy
of SeptetnV-, by John llautia. Ki , Attorney f.r
the L'nt--i State of Aoiecea. af-aiut 10 tuxes r mer
cht.liw. aeisM at Evauvi!le for a -ioiat.on of the laws
oft'te Urt'ed State, tbe laid jee-! aid iw rchtiKÜse
Ing cofjtraban! et taar. ant prating procc! amt a:d
gvtmi. sitd that tbe Am may !e t !! r m nej cu-1 n l as
arriciea c-uira?a:ul 4 war.
Now, tlerrf re, in puruijCeof tbe moisitivti under the
sl of aaid Court to roe directed and delivered, I da h rr
by give puM- B4ie t ail per-wia claimiug i l "is
or any part thereof, or ia any manner interested therrm,
tLat tbe) be and appear before the ad.tLe ln.-trict Ct-url
f the United Sutea, to be held at the city cf linlianap.
b. in and f.-r the District of In-t.ana, n the 3.1 Monday of
November uext. at 10 o'clmk of the forr0voa of that dir.
thro and there uiterr"- their ciainu and make their
a;iee at km.s in that Ixhalf.
D C. KOSE, C. 5. Marxhil.
Ter J. S. R;t.tw, I-puty.
Js II. Raa. Clerk.
lated iXtober 31. 1-1.
ITNrrr.i states f America, district ok ix
J DIANA. SS:
la . - l v! i f in'nr.i'..fi VKn S A tn thm
r I'ts-nit Cnurt f tLe Uuited ftare, ithin and for the
v-th Cirvult ajiU ltrtrf ol Indian. osiM Jiiuoir
r.f September, 151. by Jvhu Hanna, Eq. Attorney for
!,e l n:rd States cf America, aaanst 1.000 barrels of
a'.t, at ised at Eraa. lUe, for a viulaUoa of the laws of the
i iu'nt sta'e. the sa d cooats and menrhaadn beng con
traharxt of war, and ptaatt( prucea aa"a'.nt satdl,
ait that the mr may te tou.'.erur.ed aitd voil a ami-
( trm utiUabaiel of air.
Now, tberelnre. tu ur4ianre of the monittoo ntpler the
eal id the said Court, to ue directed and deliercd, I uo
Lrrrt.y give pu ')!)" nu'K to ail eraoi.s c2a.iu.lt; Mid
r.tui of any part thereof, or in uiy manner tu'rtetel
thrre.u, that they and ,'r bet re the said, the IrJ.
Iri I C'Mirl tf tlie Urdte.1 Sla'e. to he held at the c.tv of
V iMliaoa'MMS, tn'atkd for tl.e larict of likUajia. Ike
.UbiaJay or oeui'r uesi, ai in o riura vi w.e i trHi
(tf toa. da), llrt-n a:d ther to inten ltier lij.u.t all
tataie ll.ir sHegiiiubi In tUt l-L:f.
D, i. KO-oV.. U. S Marshal,
Vr J. H. U , Ilr j.wty
Joas M. S. Clerk.
Mnl Ih lolr 31, 1"M olt!4t
ttnttt.d statis or America, district or in-
; DIANA. S
acaaaa. A libel of loforraatkn has been filed rsj the
ritrWrt Court of tbe Celled States itbla ltd for tbe
Seventh Circuit axd iMtnrt ef Indiana, oa the i'k dav cf
(irtoHer. laei, by Job lianaa. Eaq-. Attorney of the Uni
ted State for said Ibtrid of Indiana, agJat 3 casks of
bacon, sefred at Evanrrille for a Vr- lation cf the laws of
the United Slates, tbe tali goods and merchandise belog
contraband ef war, a&d praying orocewe agalsst said goods,
and that the same may be condemned and aold ai artif lei
coctxaband of war.
Now, therefor, tn pursuance of the monition under tbe
aesl of s!d Court to me directed and d hverM, I do here,
by gl7t public notice to ail persons clalmtrur said r"d,
or any part thereof, or in any manner Interested therein,
that they he and appear hef.yre the said, the DtstrVt Conrt
cf tbe United State, to be held at the city of Indlarisp
lia, in and for the iH.trVt of Indiana, on the 3d Monday t.f
November next, at 10 e'rlork t tbe forefwuxi of satdday,
then and there to interpoe their claims anl make 0rir
alle Ration in that ktebalf.
D. CI. ROSE, V. S. Marshal.
Ter i. S. Iiir. i,w, Drpoty.
Joar. II. Rr.a. ark.
Itaied November 1. I Ml. tm-Ui
TTniled tate ef Amrrica, JMatrlct
) of Indinnn Ki:
Waist aa, a libel of information baa been filed In the
District Court cf the United State, srithin and for the
Seventh Circuit and Divtnrt of Indiana, on tbe Htb dav of
Orti ber. li, by John Hanna, F., Attorney of the
United States for ssld District of Indiana, affainn S eaka
of bacon, seixed at F.vsnsvllle, for a violation r.f tle laws
United States, the said goods and merchandiMe being con
traband of war.
Now, therefore, in purnanee of the motdMim under the
seal of said Coirf, to me directed and delreere!, I do
hereby give pgblx? notice to all rr"ti claiming said
goods, tit sny part thereof, or in any manner interested
therein, that they be and appear lef -re the snid. the iHa
trirtOmrt of tbe Unined States, to le hel l at the city of
Indianapolis in and for Die Ihstnrt of Indiana, on the
third MotmaT f November mat, at lOo'tbuk tf the fe
noon of that day, then and there to interpoe their claima
and make their allegation in tbst behalf.
I). J. KOSE, U. S.Marahsl.
Ter J. S. r.iixi.ow, Deputy.
Joi n. Rita. Clerk.
Isted November 2. 111. tiov4-dI4t
J TKK.T OF INDIA N A , SS:
W'Brssaa, A libel of information has Ym filed in the
Iostrict fi.-t of the United State, within and for the
Seventh (Ürcidt aid IH-trict of Indians on the 5th day of
(Krtober, 1'Cl, y J hn Hanna, Emj., Attorney for the Uni
ted States tf America, aaint 1 box of oyter, 2 half
barrels of erseker, 40 barrel of salt, and 4 bas of coffee,
aei.ed at Kvanville, fur a violation -f the laws of the
United States, the said (roods and merchandixe beitg con
traband of war, and praying pruceaa against said rood,
and thai the same may be conieiniieI and mld aa artflrs
confrat and cf war.
Now, then f-.re, in puruancr of tlie monition uirler the
seal of said Court to me d. reeled anddelivered. I do here
I'J give public notice to all ferons clainiinit ;aid ?ool.,
or a;iy part thereof, or in any manner interested th'Tt in,
that they be and appear before the aid, the litikt Court
of tbe United Mate, to be held at the ciy of Indianapo
lis In and for the Iitriet of Indiana, on the 3d Mou lay
of November iiext, at 10 o't oek of the foreiim.u of that
day, then anl there to ititertoe their claim and make
th-ir aI!rK'ioiw in that behalf.
D. ROSE, U. S. M .rh.M,
Ter J. S. lUcri ow, ld puty.
Joiij II. Rr a, Clork.
Dited November 1, 1M. noVj-JHt
TTnlted tates of Anierlrn, District
) of Indiana SS:
Whsscas, a Iile of iriformaMon baa been filed in tbe
IKMrwt tort -f the L'nilel StaTea, within and for tbe
Seventh Circuit and ln.-trict of Indaua, rti tbe 12th day
of October. by John Hann, K.. Attorney for the
United State for -aid lii-trtrtof Indiana, ajrain-t 20,000
pxTCU-sion csp, 9 o quinine, ami H pound rjuickMlver,
seized at Evanvi!le, f..r a violation of the laws of the
United State, the said good and merchandise being con
traband of war, and praying proce. arfsint said eoods,
and that tlie haine may - condenied an 1 sold as articles
contraband of war.
Now, therefore, in i-ursuatteeor the monition under the
seal of said Court to me directed and delivered, I do hereby
give public notice to all persons claiming said good, or
any part thereof, or in any wanner interested therein,
that they be and appear before the said, the District
Court of the United Mate-, to be held at the city of In
dianapolis, in and for the Ihf rict of Indiana, on the third
Motxiay of Novemler next, at ten o'clock of th-- forenoon
of that day, tlien and there to interpoi? their claims and
make their alle.itiotia in that behalf.
D. ROSE, V. 5. Marshal.
Ter J. S. I'.kei ow, Iiepnry.
Joh II. Rka, Clerk.
Dated November 3, 1S61. nov4 dl4t
TTnlted Mnlca of America DUtrlrtof
t) Indiana, S.S:
KHraaas, a libel of information bas been filed In the
District Court of tbe Uniunl State, within and for tbe
Seventh Circu;t and DMrict of Indiana, on the 5th d of
October, 1"61, by John Iljnna, Es.., Attorrcy of the
Uniteil States of America, for as id IH trict of Indiana,
i.xint 2 batrs of cotTee, 2 boxes of Starch, 10 barrels of
whlnky, ami 1 box of candle, keized at Evanville for a
violation of the w of the lnite,I States, the said irood
ami tnerchamlise being contraosnd of war, anl praving
process against sai J poods, and that tlie snrne m ty be con-
demnert and sold a articles contraband of w.r.
Now, therefore, in purusnce f the no nition under tbe
seal of saut Court to me directed and delivered, I do here
by give public notice to all persons claiming iaid good, or
any part thereof, or in any manner interested therein.
that they be ami appear before the said, the DM rict Court
of tbe United States, to be held at the city cf Indianapolis,
In and for the Mstrict of Indiana, on the third Monday cf
Novemlier next, at ten o clock or the forenoon of that day,
then an I there lo interpose their claims and make their
allegations in that behalf.
D. C. ROSE, U. Ä. Marr-hal,
Ter J. S. Itt'ir.Low, Deputy.
JoH IT. Kr.A,Clcrb.
Dated November 2, 1S61. nov4-d!4t
jl max r? :
iTKA A II Bill ß..
Near the Union Depot, Indianapolis, Indiana.
?I. IIA1CTII, ... Proprietor
A First Clas House in all respects. Fare only One Dol
ar per day. Jnn5-dly
Walnut Street House
WALNUT ST., r.ETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH.
net2S-dlm II. II. D.WI, Proprietor.
IMMEDIATELY orifS!TK t'MON PfpOT,
II. Will r 71llt i:, Proprietors
W, I). SAIT, Clerk,
I S now opf-n for the accommodation of the travt-iinc
public. Tlie hoqe ha leij thoroughly renovated
and finished front top to bottom. ma. 31
HATS, CAPS, &C.
The Fall and Winter Stock
HITS JXD MPS
IS NO W C: O M 1 JL. 13 rJ7 K
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
stnorteet Iteute bjr Thirty .Tille!
NO CHANGE OF CARS TO CINCINNATI I
Three trains leave IndiaaepoUe Daily, ( Sundays excepted.)
IIRSTTKAIN. &00 A.M CINCINNATI UGHTNING
1 Express arrive at Cincinnati at 45 A M.
Second Train 11 1 5 A. M. Cincinnati. Columbus,
Zanevil and vTheelma: MaS, arrives at & 00 P. M.
l'aaeeneni by thistra.a make the same time to Newark
Zanesvdle and V he lies; as by any other route out of In
dianapoha, and fare the same.
Th.rd Train 7:10 P. M, ClndunaU Xipresa, arrlTn at
Cinrinr.aU 12.20 A. M. Lexniglor, Kj. 11 43 A. M.
I are same aa by any other rvut.
Call for jour tickets ri. tbe Indianapolis and Ciucinnatl
Kater re checked tbrturh.
SrxtcLax NoTtca. Be eure you et tn the rirbt train at
Indiauapoiia. The only Ctrtcinnati train, ataiida on tbe
fifth track, beir.r the farthest track aoutb in the Union
Depot, at Indianapolis.
W. h. I NOBLE., General Ticket A rent.
TT. Pmrrtx, Traveling Arent. aprl6 60.
PERU AND INDIANAPOLIS
Sleav floate te Chicago via. Kokitme,
31 MILES SH0HTER THAN OTHER EOCTE.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 17, If el, TRAINS
will be run as follows:
A Mail Train will leave Indianapolis at 11.05 A.M.,
st"p at al stations and make cloe connection at Kokorao
with train on tbe Cincinnati and Chicago Air Line Rail
road, and arrive at Chicago at 7.00 I'. M., and Peru at
3 00 P. M., m time to make connections with trains on the
I ort wayne F.sliwsy, roin; Eat and Wct.
Keturninir, the same train will leave Peru at 5 A.M.
on the arrival of train on the Fort Wayne Railway from
the East, and arrive at Indianapolis at trOO A. M., in time
to make connections fo all points East, South and Vet-
An Express train dl leave Indianapolis at 9-40 P. M.,
makinr eloe connection at Kokonio wi'h train on the
Cincinnati and Chicago Air Line Railroad, and arrive at
OiK-ago at 6 45 A. M., and at IVru at 2.00 A. M., in time
to make coiiiiertin with trains going Ea.t and Veiion
the Fort Wavne l.'ai'.av.
ReturriinK the same traiii will lesve Teru at 11:3ft A M.
and make cloe connection at K'-korno with train on the
Cincinnati and Chicago Railway, from Chicago, ValparaiM)
and Lojran-port, and aaive at Indianajoli. at 3:.TÜ P. M..
in time to connect with the evening trains for Cincinnati,
lAuivil!e and other po:i:t.
Special attention ariven to the transportation of live
stock, produce a ix I merchandise penerslly.
DAMI) MALi, deneral A?ent and Superintendent.
Thko. P. HatCHET, deneral Ticket A cent.
Madison and Indianapolis
It A 1 1- H OA I) OJI I A I Y.
fWMlK PASSENGER TRAIN WILL LEAVE THE
I Union Dep, daily at 1230 P. M., and the Freight
Depot at 7:00 A.M. for
Madison, Cincinnati and Louisville.
This is the shortest railway line to Cincinnati and Louis
ville connecting at Maditon with tbe .teamers Telejrrapb
and Jacob Strahier, arrivina; at Cincinnati in time to con
nect with the Express Trains leaving" at sli o'clock A. M.,
for the East, and by the Kentucky Central Railroad for
RetuniinK, leave Cincinnati daily at 12 M., by the above
steamer, and also by the Madion packet. Forest Queen
and lrioress, arriving at Indianapolis at 10:15 A. M.,
making connections with all trains leaving for the East,
North and West.
Fare lo Cincinnati, or Cincinnati to
Indlnnapolisj, S3 OO ; To
l.ouiYillr, S3 ."jO.
No charge for meals or atate-rooma on tbe staamers, or
for baggage or omnibus at M.tdiion.
Shipper and merchants West will find it to their inter
est to travel over and hin bv this line.
JanlO-dtf. D. C. BR AN HAM, Superintendent.
m af eJBJj
Two Trains Daily , Sundays Excepted
Trains Leave. Trains Arrive.
:45 A. M 5 041 A. M.
8:00 P. M 8 20 P. M
VBOVE TRAINS STOP FOR THE ACCOMMODATION
of pangers at Sonthport, Greenwood, Franklin,
Edinburgh, Columbu, making connections at Seymour
with trains on the Ohio & MisM.ippi Road, and at Louis
ville with train on the Iuisville, Frankfort t Lexington
and Imisville and N-divj'.le Honils.
Frvicht train leave daily. Freight promptly forwarded.
Oflice, Madixon Iepot, West side.
A. S. CA ROTHE RS, Superintendent,
J. O. WmTToai, Freight Agent. nov2fl-dtf.
NEW AND VALUABLE WORK
FOR LAWYERS, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE,
AtulnU. ConnKUd uith tte Judicial A'tininittiatum of
.-;... & k
Of tlie State of ndluna
CONTAINING THE REVISED TATUTES OF 1852
with the amendment. thereto. And the subseuuen
legislation, with notes end references . Judicial deciiion.
JAMES GAVIN AND OSCAR O RD.
Volume 1, Published by
It I X. 1 1.4 M V I)1 tiHTV,
Judge David ."IcDonald, one of tbe most
eminent lawyers of the State, voluuteered the followiu
ecommendation of the work:
SraTtTM or Ixoiaxa, it Gavii A Hoan. Some months
ago, the above named geutletnen iKsued proposals fcr pub
lishing, in two volumes octavo of some f00 pages each, al
the statutes of the State paused since 151, with annota
tions. The first volume of the work ,s now published; and
the manner of it execution, both mechanically and edito
rially, deserve the thanks of the profession.
The imperfect manner of publishing our statutes under
State authority, has always been a source of great incon
venience to the Indiana Lawyer. Tbe revision of 152, a
eil as the tatutes paseed since that year, tnicht almost
a well have been published without any index. lp tc
thittime. the lawyer ha constantly been under the neccs
sity of turning over, leaf by leaf, the volumes o our
statutes to Und any particular enactment. And every one
knows how annoying and provoking this is, eepecially in
the hurrv of business a in our Courts. Happily for the
profession, the publication under consideration prome a
better state of things in the future. The fird volume o
):rwis. Gavin A 1 lord's work contains an excellent ami
copious index, which to every practicing lawyer in the
tale i. itself worth the money which the volume cots.
The volume under review contain another excellence
11 its pages are supplied with valuable marginal indice,
othat a glance at the marsin is suflicient to apprise th
eaderof tbe contents of tbe paje.
Another matter of great importance to the lawyer In
this volume i a god collection of the subjrets of all leg
islatioii iiice 1S51. Heretofore, the lawyer in cxanniiln
our legislation ou any given subject had first to find tsbai
wa relevant to it in the Revision of lo2, and then to turn
over the pace of the volumes of subsequent Statutes, to
M-f how far recent legislation may have repealed or m 1 -fied
the provisions contained in that Revision, and een
then be would often feel doubt whether he had found all
the legislation on the subject of hia inquiry. Mes-rs. Ga
vin and llord have relieved us of all this trouble and
doubt. They have collected t"getbcr in consecutive pages
all the statutes made since 1S51. on the same subject.
Thus, on pares J73 to 377 of their firt volume they have
collected all our legislation, now in farce, on the subject u
husband and wife, inc!uVg the act of ls52 and three act j
of K'7. Ard they have followed the same roröaco
ocation, fa appropnate cnecntive pages, in regard to al
other topics of legislation.
A still more valuable feature are the copious and accu
rate notes cont.-fnei iti tbe volnnie tn tjueMjon. Tbi vol
ume include the Constitution of the United Stales, tb.
Coiistl:utbn of lndiara, ard several important act oi Vir
gil, ia an l statutes of Congre, and a large portion o our
own statute new ia force. The numerous decisions o the
Courts tn the virion provisi.iri.ci'iitjined in these Comd
tutjons and statutes are fcund at the bottom of the appro
priate paees, in the fi.rni of neat, brief and accurate line
ar, d reft reuers. Me.-rs. iain 1 llord seem to have per
f rmed this part of thrir work evceeing'y well. It mut
have cret them much care and labor. By it they have
grea'ly lesenet the laHr of the practising lawyer, and
bae well merited h.. grateful approval.
In every respect the volume unier review ihiebly red
itable to the diliigence, accuracy, talents and the taste o
it ed:tor. a wrll as to tbe mechanical skill and neatnes
of its publisher, and it m'M raise the Jat expxtatior oi
the profession, aa to the value cf the second volume, which
we understand w.n be forthcoming in a few month, and
which win contain tbe code of pleading and practice o
ltf2, with subsequent amendments and other statutes.
Without any concert with tbe editors or publishers ol the
volume in quetiori, the writer of this article ba been in
duced to compose and puMi-h this little review of the look,
solely because he be.ieves the editors and publishers de
serve high commendation for their performance. He,
tbere fore, !eem$ it bet Just to them, without beinj solic
ited to it by any one, te publish this notice cf the book,
i ever his ewn proper name. DAVID McDONALD.
ldianapoli November 1, 1.6S0.
The ffrst volume la uow ready and being delivered to
P 11 I C F. It 50.
It s for sale by RINGHAM k DOUGRTT,
N AM. IT RRANCHES, AT NO. H EAST WASH
INt.lON TKEET, old Sen Inel Puikling. lr.d.anpha.
II. IIAJIIir.ll(;i:ilt lropr.
S KICK, Salesman. octl.t
OYSTERS! OYSTERS 1 1 i
RICKIVFD DMLT AT THE OYMER DEItrT, NO. '
( 9 eti V a-L.i.if.oii wert. Tl.e very t.fae.t, fatleet ,
i..i nit favorite brjnd t ll..r iWIk ioti blT.WrS. ;
e,.i ;o -i I to r P F A 1 1 A E .
Scott, AichoNon & Co.,
AVE REMOVED THEIR STONE-CUTTING EMI-O-R1UM
to their large and commodious Yard on
k'fi tucky aer.ue and Wet stre t, one s.iuare south of
the Canal and the Terre Haute Ra'lrad.
Tbae wishing anything m oar liae arerequeated to call
and aee ea at our bew quarters.
All buinea entruted t us will receive prompt atten
len fmchl5-Uiu' SOrTT. NlCHtUt)N CO
' . . ' " - - -
1 1 i 1 1 1 it 1 1 if i if 1 1 1 1 1 j
r . ic o n a c K .
Ell HE celebrated Scandinavian Blood Purifier and Blood
X PUa, and alo dealer in all Genuine Family Medi
cine., No. East Fourth St., Ci rinne ti, 0.
For the prevention and dure of di-asea arising from
impurities of the blood or secretions.
Certified to by Morns Morris. Esq , Rev. Mr. McMullen,
of Indianapolis, Rev. Jaa. Haven, Kokomo, and hundreds
of other ettiiena of Indiana.
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Fdood Purifier, $1
rpr bottle, or t-5 per half dosen. Of the Scanemavian
egetable Rlood Pill., 25 cents per boi, or Eve boxes for
Read Dr. Koback'a Special Notices and CertiAcetea,
putdished In a cmptcuous part of this paper from time te
I. Robaek'a Medical Almanac and Family Adviser, con
taining a great variety ot interesting and valuable medical
information, can be bad gratia of any of his A genta
throughout tbe country.
From the Mishawaka (St. Joa Co., Ind. Enterprise, Feb
Worthy of Tlerlt.
Among the many re implies offered to the public under
be head of Patent Medicines, it ia a relief to know that
some of them are valuable preparations will do what it
claimed for them and are worthy of use and a place in
every family. Ilelonging to this clasa may be mentioned
Dr Roback s Scandinavian Remedies p.!ood Purifier and
Rlod Pillar which are most excellent preparations, and
have tbe desired eflect in all cases for which their Use is
Intended. Like thousand of other., we bear personal
witness to this, having used them in our family with the
best erect. We are aJso acquainted with many whospeak
voluntarily in praise of these medicines.
One of our leading business men says that by tbe use
of only four bottlea of Purifier he received more than one
hundred dollars worth of benefit. His difficulty was Dys
pepia. We express our thanks for a liberal present of
these remedies for ue tn our familv.
For sale i:i Marion County oy YV. B. Vicker,Indianapolls;
Robt. Lrowiiing, do.; Perkin k Co., do.; H. Riengarten,
do.; Etner 4 Wocuer, do.; W. T. Hurd, Souihpvt; R. H.
Church, Cumberland; E. D. Haiina, Oakland; L. Dornber
ger, Ca&tleton; Warren k Steacy, Farraersville; W. T.
Yeaman, Bridgeport; and by Druggist, and Merchants
throushout the Union.
A rVriv Article.
I)r. Roback's S(om;ich nillrrs.
A new and delightful Stomachic . nd Cordial, for giving
tone to the Stomach, and for the prevention of billions
complaint incidenf to the Wetdern country. Try it.
Aa a morning drink, to avist digestion and relieve Dya
pepsia, it Las no equal.
In flavor it is superior to all other bitters. Try it.
The formula of these Ritrera, now (ls61) the sole prop
erty of Dr. Roback, originated with one of the oldest and
most eminent Medical Practitioners of tbe West, and
it is directly predicated upon the want of Western peo.
Tbe sc bitters derive their stimulus from the powerful
tonic nature of the roots and herb of which they are
composed, and as they are, by allaying unnatural cravings,
of the stomach, directly promotive of
The present proprietor believes that In making them
widely known tbe public welfare is subserved.
It will soon be for aale by all of Dr. Robaek'a numerotu
Agents, and at Hotels, Ac, the country over.
In the meantime, orders will be filed direct fron Ciu
cinati in any quantity, and at the lowed rates. It ia put up
In Quart Bottles, and securely packed in one doxen cases.
Half dozen sample cases, will, however be packed and
sent to any address if desired.
Relail Price $1 per Bottle, or fix or $5.
Priitcipal office and salesroom No 6 East Fourth street,
Cincinnati, 0. Laboratory, No. 32 Hammond street,
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
HAS WON FOR ITSELF SUCH A RENOWN FOR THE
cure of every variety of Throat and Lung Com
plaint, that it I entirely unnecessary for us to recoun.
the vM-oi'-e of its v.riues, wherever it ha oe,-r, employed
As it h is Ion-- been in constant use throughout this section
we need rot oo more than avure the people its quality is
kept op to the t.rxt it ever baa been, and that it may be
relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found
AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
FOR THE CURE OF
Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery,
Foul Stomach, Erysipels, Headache, Piles Rheumatism,
Eruptions and Sain Diseases, Liver Complaint, Dropsy,
Tetter, Tumors and Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neural
gia, tat Dinner 11X1, and foi Purifjin:; the blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the nist sensitive can
take them pleasantly, and they are the bet aperient in
the world for all purpose of a family physic.
Price 25 cent per Box; 5 boxe for ft.
Oreat numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Statesmen,
and eminent personages, have lent their names to certify
the unparalleled Usefuluess of these remedies, but our
space here will not permit the Insertion of them. Tlie
Agents below named famish gratis our American Alma
nac in which they are given; with also full descrlptiona
of the above complaints, and the treatment that should be
ol'owed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other
preparations they make more profit on. Demand Ayers
and take no others. The sick want the best aid there is
for them, and they thoull have it.
IIt. .1. C. AYE It fe CO.,
Price, fl per Ilottle; Six llottle, 5.
All our n reedie are for sale by
RODERT BROWNING, Indianapolis.
A LI .F.N k CO., Cincinnati,
And by all druggists and dealers everywhere.
coott and jod pnirmnc.
WE ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS
for Book and Job Printing, with dispatch and in
tbe best style of tbe art. Particular attention paid to
Mercantile and Railroad
RILLS OF LADING, BUSINESS CARDS,
PILL HEADS, FLANKS, DEEDS,
LETTER HEADINGS, REGISTERS,
CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, 4c
Show Cards and Bills !
STOCK CERTIFICATES, DEEDS, Ac, tc
FOB COTHTaT MtRCHAXTt.
Show nill, Hotel Dill off Fare, Hand
Ililla, Posters and Programme,
Label, Invitution, (Par
ties and Hall.)
or KTr.iT Dssrairno.
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE CATALOGUES,
CAPT. CHAS. H. CROMWELL, PROP'R.
rrealfat at f.ve A. M., for pA-Htiers by the morning
VTe have one of tbe most complete Printing Establish
ments in the country. Our facilities for doing all kinds of
Work, Book, Plain or Ornamental, are first class. Vit
have introduced the latest and fastest Presses, and have
added to our Type all tbe modern styles, and we employ
the best workmen. We are thus enabled to furnish Joba
promptly, ti? guarantee satisfaction, and to accept low
We bave eonnecled with onr Job Department Adams
Superior Tresses, and are prepared to execute Stereotype
Presswork, together with the Preaswork for outside papers,
at low figures.
THOMAS Minx, waj. B. CHATriELP, W. WOOD.
V.r,i.. "!.. 4 A- A17.,l JlrrehnnU, Hanker., Railroad !In-
tv. ..... ,.,w., Srr., lnenranee Agent, .nanu-
n and? Wnlnu I MM Cincinnati.
Manufacturer and Wholesale dealers in
PRINTERS' CARDS AND CARD SHEETS!
By tbe ue of theae Pills tbe periodic attacks of
or Sick IhcttLurXt ma y be prevented; und If taken at tbe
commencement of an attack Immediate relief freea pain
and sicknesa will be obtained.
They seldom fail ia remeriaf. tbe Nausea and n.adache
te which females are so subject.
They act frently upon tha bowtla remortajt Costiveneea.
For Literary If en, Studeute, Dellcau Females, and all
eraoos of sedentary babiu, they are valuable as a Laja-
tire Urprorli;g tbe appetite, living tone and rleor to tbe
igestive organs, and restorins; tbe natural elasticity and
trenjrih the whole system.
Tbe CEPHALIC FILLS are tbe resuh ef lonf Invest ipa
tion and carefully conducted experiments, baring bee tn
ose many years, during which time they bare prevented
and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering frotr
Headache, whether originating in tbe nervous system oi
frotr a deranged state of tbe stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their coraponition, and
may be taken at all timea with perfect safety without mak
Ing any change of diet, and the absence of any disagreea
ble tvte render. H easy to administer them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS'
Tbe genuine bave five signatures of Henry C. Sitaldlng
ou each box.
Sold by Druggists atid all other Dealers in Vltdioues.
A box will be sent by mail, pre-paid, on receipt of tbe
P II ICH, 25 J I'. NTS.
All orders should be addressed te
UENIiT C. SrALDISO,
is Cder Street. New York.
Is respectfully directed to our Establishment, if they I
rKLNTlXG INKS AND PATER MANUFACTURERS-1 desire first-class work at low rate.
alo, er.al, scent for tbe Magnolia Mdls wril;njr pa i
sers; manu acturers of eatra wrspping rsper and paper I
CeleDrated Record Ink
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
PRICE FIFTY CF..XTJ PER Ql' AllT '
MONNINGER'S PURE RHINE WINE.
V NOTKER LARfiE QUANTITT OF RHINE WINE
Ju.t recrmed from my father ia Euroy., whVrh sur
paios any f ver ImportM, and I offer it to the public at
unprecedented! low prices. It is unequal d for medical J
purposes, particularly In rases ot consumption, rleaae
,-.ll and eamme tnr st.Mk at La IVlle Restaurant, corner !
of Wahincton street ai.d Ketituck v avenue. j
DXNIKL Mti'SNINUFR, Arent,
mavlS tndianaolt. ladiana
JRajyOrders from abroad will receive prompt attention.
Work furnirhed in all eases at the time promised.
O" Sirangcri from a distance, and buri
ness men of the cttr and country, are cordial
j inrited to visit our office, and examine oar
facilities for executing eTery description of
Frinting in the neatet style, and on the most
rv Asn nable terms.
t3T Ofice on Meridian Street, South of Wash
ington Street, oppo&ite the PotofSce.
ELDER HARKirESS & BINGHAM.
OK T H K A (I K.
ND THE ONI.T
1 1 All. PlaKP-VIaATION
Wert;.y ml atiy et.tdenc foe r-t.ro s
lE-tLmaÄ -Ä.2ta'JI --C,a
"THEY GO RIGHT TO THE SPOT."
INSTANT KELIaJFl STOP TOUR COCGU!
rUKIFT T0CR BREATIU
STEEGTnEN TOUR V0ICE1
T II It 0 A T CONFECTIONS,
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS.
GOOD FOR rUBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
SPALDING'S TIIROAT CONFECTIONS
LADIES ARK DELIGHTED WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS
CHILDREN CRT VOR
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS
rrrnT rsrrH.'T t tbk rNrrr.n staies
'i famOiar irl'h the article, and Üi Uli yo if fn.
It a Id or Gray
Or YonrIIlr5rd a Tonic,
I'rolt'HHor O. "Wol,a
la Itae Only .tellable Article fer r
FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES, CI.RiiTNFN.
Ladies and aentlemn, tn all psrta of the warld tufy te
the efccacj of IVjI. O. J. Wood'e Hair Keaiorailve, s J
fcntlemen ef the yrr are aneuhmws ta tta praie. A
fw teMimunjaia eaij can here be piven; aee ccvular fr
more, and it iil be lffiooU.le for i ou to doubt.
prof. s. TiiALPrKG, nANirr,
ssvs on bis srriva: ta the United Siaie. he
s as rapidly beccmir.g irray, but ou aj.pl '.ua
Wcwxt's Hair Heatrattve, his hair m-n re
entered it original hue.
CHAKLFS CARDEVT, 13 NASSAU ST, N. T,
Says tbe pray hairs oo bis wife's head were,
after a few wrekV tri si, turned into a dark
brn, at the same time beautifrine: and
thickening tb hair.
A. C. RATMOND, BAT1 MAINE,
?ays b ta now sixty years old, and bis fcair
andhikera were tw-ttlrds fry, bat by
the use of two bottlea of the Restorative, the
rray hairs Lave dlsapieared, tola on
Lead and face, and ta more oft and flosy
than for twenty-five years previous. Iii aifr,
at the ae vf fifty-two. Las aed it with the
FIN LET JOHNSON, ESQ., NEW OIJAAN..
Pars that he loat bUbairbvtbe Tellow Fever
in ISM. lie used Wood's Hair RestoraUve,
aiid Lis ba!r is now thick and glassy .
M. MID1LET0N, LIVINGSTON, ALARAMA,
sayi the Reiterative baa done mach (wd iu
ku ptrt ot the country. He e1 tt tr habt
nes and now has a fine bead of Lair.
T. L. MORSE, LEBANON, K ENTICE T,
Says be baa seen Wood's Hair Restorative
uaed lo hundreds of cases, and never knew
it t fail ia aocoraplishios all it prvfesea te
A. J. ALDEN, McLANEBORO, I1J,
Keys be LkI the rrald head e'ebt years, mi4
was bald, but by the libera )! r.f Wood's
Har Rest n-ative, be new has rkb,
Lead of bair.
Lraoaica, Noble county, Indiana, Ftb. ft 158.
Prof. 0. J. Wood, LVar fcir In tie latter psrt of tl.e yeat
loo2, wb.le atleitdinz to the Mate and National Iw
School of the State t.f New Turk, mj hair, from a caae
ui.anown to me, commniced filling uff very rawdW,
that in the hhort Siace f si rnoi.rb, the wb, r;T
part of my scalp was entirely Wrt ft t.f tta voverinc, and
much oi the reniaifiti portion upon the M-le and back
part f my bead shortly after bersme zrty, so that yMi
ta il! not be surpr'tNcd a Leo 1 tell you that upon my return
to the State of Indiana, my more caual acquaintances
were not so mach at a loss to discover the caue of the
change ia my appearance, aa my more intimate acquaint
ances to rectarmxe me at all.
1 at once made application to the most skillful phy
sicians in tbe country, but receivinr no assurances frota
them that my hair could asin be restored, I waa forced
to become reconciled to my fate, until fortunately in the
latter part of the year 157, your reatorative ws reeTri
mended to Die by a drogsL aa beinf the mot reliable
Hair Restorative in use. Itriedooe bottle, and Nn4u
my great satisfaction that it was producing tbe derfred
effect. Since that time 1 have used seven dollsrs Worth
of your Restirative, and aa a result, bave a rich Jost of
very soft black hair, wi.kh nmonev can bey.
Aa a mark of my irrsJtude for your labor andski'lin
tbe production ot ao r nderfcl an article, I bave recm
mended its ose to tninvof my friends and acquaintances
who, 1 am hsppy to f 'vrm you, are ustna; it with like
e!Tect. Yen respeef u!y. A. M. LATTA.
tttorney ana Counselor at Law
Tbey relieve a Cough instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and volume totbe voice.
Ther impart a delicious aroma to tbe breath.
Ley are delightful to tbe taste.
They are made ef simple berbe and can net harm any
I advise every one who bat a Congb r a Hualry Voice
or a Rad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to get
package of my Throat Confections, they will relieve yo
nstantly, and you will agree with me that "ther g right
to the spot." Ton will find them very useful and j aa
ant wb!le travelling or attending public meetings for
tilling your congh or allying your thirst. If you try one
package I am safe in saying that yoa will ever afterward
consider them indispensable. Tow will f.nd them at tbe
Druggists and Dealers ta Medicine.
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My aijnature is on each package. All others are conn
A package will be eeat by mail, prepaid, oa receipt of
HEXKW C. SPALDING,
NO. 4 CEDAR STREET. N. Y. j
A single bottle ef SPALDING'S PREPARED LUE I
will aave ten timet Its cost annuaHy.
SPALDLVU'S PREPARED G-LUE!
IPALDISG'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE1
SAVE THE nECEB!
ECONOMTI DISPATCH 1
Py"A Stitch r Ti Saru Nui'XJ
Aa aotidenta will hay pen, even ta weD regalated fasat
liea, tt ia eery deairable te have aotae cheap and coaveoieot
way for repairing furniture, toy t, crockery, etc.
SPALDINQ'8 PREPARED GLUE
meets all suck emergenciea, aad aa beaaebeld can afford
te be wtthout iL It ia always ready and ap te the sucking
"USEFUL IN EVERT HOUÄE.
X R A bruah accemp antes each bMt!e. PrVelS cata
A4drea. HEN KT C. SPALDLNO.
No. 48 Cedar Street, New Tor.
As certain acartncrpled persona are attempting to palm
off oa tbe SMWpecUrig public, laaiUtioua of my PRE
PARED GLUE, I would caution ail persons to eaanaae
before purchasing, and see that tbe full name,
rj'SPALDING'l PREPARED GLCE-fa
la on i- uukde.wrapper; all eUers are iwi;i au
Cat Gbovk, 9. C, June 24, 15
rrof O.J. TTcod: Dear SirTour UaJr Restorative ia
rapidly gaining popularity in tti community. I have had
occasion to lay prejudge &ide, and give j our Hair Reste
rative a perfect test, j
During the year l&t, I was so unfortunate at te be
thrown from my sulky arainst a rock near the road aide,
from which my bead received a most terrible blow, caus
ing a great deal of irritaiinn, wbicb communicated te the
brain and external surface of the head, from the eflect of
which my hair was Bnal'.y destroyed over the entire sur
face of tLe head. Frota the time I first discovered tta
dripping, however, up to the time of Its total disappear
ance, I employed every thing I could thirk of, being a pro
fessicnal man myself; sod, aa I thought understand cig the
nature of the dieaje, but was flia!ly defeated ta every
Tbet-e and no other circttncttnces Induced me te resort
to your worthy Hair ReetoTative, which I have every rea
ton to bell ve produced a very happy reult; tao nn;ba
after the first application. I had as beautiful a Lead of
young bair aa 1 ever saw, tor whkL I certaii.ly owe ms
my most sincere thanks. Kest arured, dear air, sLall
recommend your remedy to all inquirers: moreover, 1
shall use my influence, trh I flatter mysrlf toaay, is not
Tea can publish this If yuu think proper.
Tours, very re?jectfuoy,
M. J. VTRhiHT. M. D.
Office cf tbe JefTersonita, lliUIippI, Va Ic. 11,
Dear Sir. I feel tt my duty as well a my pleamre, te
state to you the following cirrumatancre, hieb you caa
use at you think proper. A gentleman of this plare, (a
lawyer,) has been bald ever since his early youth, so
much so that he was comp lied to wear a wi. lie was
Jndared to use a bottle of your "Hair I'torative,"
whib be liked very much; and a Tier uing aoine twa or
three bottles bis hair hrew out quite lusuraii'ty, and be
now has a handsome Lead of hair. Toe pent'eman'a
name ia Bradford, and be s vry well known in our ad
Joining counties, many rsi can testify t the :ruLb ef
tide statement; I give it to . at the reoJt-ft t,f Bradford.
Tou caa sell a great deal ot your Hair ke4rrauc iu this
and the adjoining counties if you hsve ti e prepet sr.ta.
Tours... THOMI-SON FCKMINtMc.
Cacrea.S. CJOth July, !&.
Paor. O. J. Wooi Wir .S: I take pteaure iu r-eon
mending your Hair Re-Vrativ as a mot excelieut cure
for scald head. Jly sod was suSerirg very much from thia
disease, and after uain? one bottle, waa made perfectly
well. 1 recommended it 10 others who bad ".isaes eflhe
bead, and in all carta it bit the dered effect. Toucan
recommend it without fear aa a ertain cure for scald
head. Many others will carttfjr that this and many tber
cases was cured from the use ot juur mot valuable Hair
KertoratlTe. Resieetfullv vour,
The New Tor Day T-vX sayc
The maj-rity of Hair Washes Hair Dyes, Hair Tonics.
Hair Oils, ai-d the numberless prrparatkms which are now
before the public ander such estrarscant, brperholiee
aixl fantastic titles aa we see paraded in (how winde w
cards arrd newspaper bet Jings, as hair preparations, are
all humbugs of tLe Brat water; tbeir real aaertt, bs
they poaei4 any, 1 that they cn no harm. HOG'S
LARD, WHALE OIL, LA KD OIL, SWEET OIL, acetted
and colored, make np, Leo in beautiful wrappers aad
white Bint arlaae bottlea, the cotltest character of toniea;
and when thus colly are baptized with totne tri-yllable
terra, and caught at by eertatil young and old of both
sexes. Such ia not tbe character of Prof. Wood's If air
Bcirtoratlvc. Tble (otlemestomes before tbe world witfc
out any "bighfalutm" Ii!opLloforlurB, cr any oOer
tounding or rtartlinj catchpenoy term: be aimj-jr ad
venlnee a iJtlr AtWr arbat it esre. pre.
ctsely and as a Reetorative ic acta. F-oy iTof. Woal'i
Hair Eestoratire; aud, aa you vsJae ymr sf alp, tye, youf
very brains, apply nothing eUe; foe tt may i that ya
will get aoiue orae aabatanre t baa p-rfaml laM oti oa
your cranium. Remember, Wojd'e F-ratrae for tbe
bair U tbe best article extant."
rr will, bt aarrac'a owu raoceaa
RESTORK GRAT HAIR TO THE ORIGINAL COLOR
Wi;l make It pow en Paid Heads
j ill rest&ie the natural aecreUoua,
Will remove at once all itching.
Will remove ad Itabdrutf,
Will cure a'l erupuon even scald
Will aalt the bair toft and glrsy,
WU1 make tbe old appear young- agaia.
arl preaerve the color of aatr te o e.
Will always fates it and stop Ha falling.
And la one uf the bet toilet articlea fr the bait bow ia
IF TOLBHAIR IS HAT-MI.
Use Prof. Wood's bslr restorative
If yeur bair la grey, , (
C Prof. W ond'( int ret-ratlve.
f your bair is tbfa,
Tse Prof. Wood's bair restorative
If y are ball.
Use PreC. Wood's bair reatoestrve
If you bave nervwus headache,
U-e l"rof. Wood's bair reetoraUve
If you wart tetlraocy overwbeleaing.
Read the circular of Prof. Wood 'a bair restore!
O. .1. WOOD & CO.,
Iff .1atrket arret. ( Unlii 414 II res at
Sv at a s .vvw a arai
MANTFACTTRER. AND WH0LEAIJC DEALER
wWi sale d rug 1 1st, No.
retail agent, Rueaa-r Ee a
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