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Rail Road Time Table.
will run a
A
:85 P. II.
moo
00 A. at.
:5 P. M.
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3:
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1(1:
45 A. at.
aw
P. at
"U JaMM PaTTX 0,
Atnt.
n . a.
,B"V""'" A. M. W:
:30 A. at,
11:35
p. II.
No, SBxpreav " if,j, fu,
Agtnk
. . ....w.n.k OmointATi B. B
rrrnw, v.- ,
SO A.M.
a! all Train 11: is A. U. 11
P.M.
.spwuxrau. Jo..Boi.w,
Agent.
.IBxpm iSVfc "iS
A. M.
P. M.
' G.A. Htu,
Afonl.
' SK'Sa ,ltt Jl for Mean .in W part j
H.KW.toa.1 p.r ofnth.wolty.g fc Oo Pf0pt,.,orl.
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
ESS
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Tajton Indianapolis!
.'rough, to Indianapolis without Chang ol 'Car.,
eud but Ona Change of Can between
Colombo and St. bonis.
On und After Monday. May 4.
1863.
Trtlni will run a follow
Four Trains Daily from Oolumbua.
(Hundaysexceptes.j
FIRST TRAIN.
. . untlUATt A fit T AM .. A.
had wllh the train on the at. 0. K..lor ummc
Ihe, Marietta and Pertenburg.
SECOND TRAIN
btprihh at 11:00 a. m.. atopplng at Jeffertoa,
mend, Indianapoli. and all point! west.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION at 3 55 p.m., ilop
ping". Si Taction, between Oolumbu.aod Cincinnati!
cennactlni at Londoa I or Bprlnsfleld.
FOURTH TRAIN.
MOIIT IXPBBBB.rta Dayton, at 18:05a. m.,top
ol at London. Xeule, Dayton. Mldll.uiwnand Hun
s' TarriVtaa at OlnetnnaU at 5:55 a. m.l oonneettng
''ohM hSST -lroad lo, Meruit. 81.
Lonli. Cairo, eto,
SLEEPING CAR3 ON NIGHT TRAINS.
I r For forth Information and Through Ticket,
apply M. L. DOHBBTY. TiokelAgent, Union Depot,
Colinbu,Ohlo. p, W. BTBADBB,
Geneial Ticket Agent, Olnolnuatl.
JNO. W. D0H1RTT,
Agent, Columbia. ,
. W . WOODWARD,
superintendent, Cincinnati I
1B83.
1863. 1863.
Summer Arrangement.
TIME CHANGED.
Great Northern & Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
BXOBPT 8UNDAT,
Proa 0 olumtaa, In eonnectloa wit. Train on th
LITTLE MIAMI AND COMJBIIHlS
ANV ant. niuvv
IIR8T TRAIN.
NIGHT IXPBBBS-Lttre Columbus al 4:00 A. M.
Will atop at Delaware, Aahley, Oardlngton, Ollead,
Oalion.andat all lUUoni North of OalloniarrlTlnj at
Olewlandat;A.M., Dunkirk 3:13 P. M.. Buffalo
S'itB- iaSl t-'i. N lo,t u.50 A. M,
Boiton 8:25 P. M., Chicago, Tla Orntllne, 8:30 P. M.,
"ut.burg t'i P. M., Philadelphia 6:30 A. M.
. BB00ND TBAIN.
NBW YORK BXPBBB8 teayei Oolumbue at 11:10
A. at. Will ttop at Delaware, Oardlngion, Gallon,
Orettllne, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Graf
to" irrWng at Olereland at J 35 P. M.,Dnklrk 8:40
P. M.. Buffalo 10:10 P. M., iuen 8:40 A.M., New
fork 1:34 P. U., BoeUm 4:15 P. M.,Pltteburj via
OraatUna at 7:50 P. M Philadelphia 10:00 A. M.
THIRD TBAIN.
.. . . un nThDBOQ Tawaa OnlnmKnl tit 4S P.
11 Alii inu AroD : " T. ,t .
m will Hod at ftll tutloni loath ol 8 be 1 by, and at
bftlem. flew lionaon, tibhiurwh,
" wig at Oleyeland at :35 P. M., Dunkirk 8:55 A.
M. HttnaiO -1 IUM
3 15 P. M., Boiton 11:45 P. M., Chicago Tla Creitline
ai 7:40 A. Pltubnrg 8:25 A. M., Philadelphia 5:ut
r. M.
00NNB0TI0NB.
At Delaware with Springfield Branch for Bpring field
, d Dinta on uairoM . . .
At Oreatline with Pltiaburgh. It. Wayne and Ohloago
M . . . . L Fh I- 1 1 .J.InkU AHA UA.lt IBWarhVA
talujad tor riliamrgni ruiuwiyuia .....
At Btolb,with Sanduaky. ManafieldandNewark Ball-
road lor all point on inai roau. mmi ir.wv.
At Olereland, with Laka Short Railroad for Brie,
Djnklrk, Bunaio, new iw "
atent Bleeping Can are run on all
Signt xraim 10 vnicago, w
York and Boiton.
banana VKkJhA Tkrtmt to f"0
CM IMWW.I. WW. w
Am tor via Oeetitwe.
RETURNING.
ui.ki V ... . ..riAlinhn .( 11.15 P. M
5L" nn.ml,nl 10:45 A. M.
WCIOQ.U .
Oolumbue Aoooaunodatlon arrirei at Colnmbm at
:50 r. ,
fare Lw a. a anyalker Kate
Aik for TUkeU vi CralUu tr VimUnd
n. I. PUNT,
superintendent, Olereland, Ohio.
JAMBS PATtBRBON, Agent,
Ooiuabua, Ohio.
Oolumbue, April 30, 1813
ttstn (iiLaa. BawiT o. wbtthau. auoniw r. roaca
KEBLER, WHITMAN & FORCE,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law,
Office, No. 11 Masonic BaUding,
Cincinnati; Ohio.
ir? Praotle In the State Courtit and alao In the Unit-
, Dai. Bl.'W-dif. .. '.') ;
WM. II. RESTIEAUX,
(SD00BBS0B TO MoXJB h KBBTIBAUX)
No. 106, South High Stxeet,
ooiiuainuo,
DIALBBIB
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
PROVISIONS
Foreign and Domestio Fruits,
LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO.
STORACE & COMMISSION
iiii
J. M. & V. KCERNER.
uo. no,
Comer ot Broad & Front Streets,
OOLUMBTJQ,
DBALBBS IN
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN ea DOMESTIC FRUITS,
F10TO, SALT, LIQUOR KIC.
OTBTBRS BT THB OAM IN THBIB BlAiKlH.
eetS5-dly
Do you want Whi i?
Do yon want a Moustacno f
If , purchase one bottle ot
E. E. OHAKFIOB'8
EXCELStOa ISVtCORATOR!
The world renowned Toilet Ihe onlr artlole of the kind
ever offered the people of the United Hutea. The ahore
artlole lo the oolr one need is the trench i Id Loodoa
and Parle It ia In anirereal uee.
THB BXOBUtlOH
Whisker Invigor&tor 1 1
Ii a Beautiful. Boonomleal. Soothing, yet Btlmulatlnt
Compound, anting aa If brmaglo upon the root, oaue
Ing a beautiful growth ot Iniurlant beard. It applied
la tha vain. It will sura Saidtutt. and it applied ao-
oordlng to dlreotione, It will eauae to aprlng up In bald
ipote a fine growth of raaaa, eorr Biia .
THB 0BLBBRATBD
Excelsior Invigorator !
la an Indlapena. hie aiilcie i ere Qentleman'e Toilet,
and after one weo would not, for any eonaid-
ration, be wlthot. i e abore arucie will, in iron
four to eight week., Mo. out a thick eet of Wuwaaaa or
Mopbt ACH&
The eubecrlbera are the only Agenta for the abore ar
ticle la the United Statee.
They would alee aaneanoe to the pub Ho that the, ait
Agantf lor
QWOLEOin HAIR TOILET I
The only article erer offered to the Preneb people that
would Ooaa Stuamut Baial the abore Toilet being
manufactured for the aole benefit ot itoute Napoieoni
which artlole la now lndlapeneable to hi toilet room.
The tabec riber, reeling oonnaeni um mu xonei man
aeoeaaarlly lake the place of all otaere erer eneraa to
the nubile, take pleeauro In expreeeing their oontldence
in the article, gaining u irom practical uee.
The Napoleon Hair Toilet
Will Ooaa B ujaat Bs In Soft, Bllken, Plowing
Our la, that will mala la abape (or one day or one
week. If detirad, or any longer period. If the direction
are etrtetly followed, which are Tory aimpie ano aaay .
The Hair Toilet doea not la any manner Interfere with
the Xalvrai 8oft4 (A Bair. It neither aoorohei
nor dyee lit but giree the hair a toft, thrifty appear
anoo. It alao prw renla Ihe hair from faUio of and
turning gray.
The Napoleon Hair Toilet
Hae been beftro the pablic but a abort time, and ha al
ready been totted by ore r one thoueand pereonai and
the teetlf that the Naooleon HalrTollet it the f reateot
beaatifler erer offered to the American people.
To orrent thia Toilet from beta I ooun forfeited or Im
itated by unprincipled pereonav we do not offer It for
tale at any Druggiat't In the United Btatee. Therefore
anjrlLady or Gentleman who deelrea Soft, Luxuriant Hair
prooure the Inrlgorator or Toilet, either one, for en
dollar, Ineloted In a letter, with their addnee.
Addrem 0. I. BPBNT It 00.,
Box let, voiuntr iiie,
Hartford Oo.,0oaa.
And It will be oar fully Mat by letara mall.
fabsa dtw-wly
W. R. KENT,
AUCTIONEER.
Auction., Sales
ajid
COMMISSION ROOMS
No: 102 South High Street
I Altl NOW PREPARED TO Receive
on Oommltrlon ere detertntion of Dronertr. each
aeDry Ooode, Oroetrlea, Llqnort, lumlture, Oairiage.
Boraea, etc.
l alio intend to derow ay attention to aalet of Baa.
Batate and Pertonai Pronerty. at an point, within twen
ty mllee of the City.
lif Aucuon Balet trery erenlng.
Oontlnmenfai reeneotfull aolleited.
I hare a large room ore? ay aalet-room, for I to ran
purpoeet.
BBPBBBN0B8
Bolton, Bancroft A Co., J.kt.l, Miller,
D. T. Woodbury It 0e Stone A Lewi.
Butler, Brother A Co., John Geary A Boa
W. H. Bettieau, Glenn t Thrall.
maylO-ly
V. R., GLAZIER, Agent,
TJcrciONjaiEjm.
AUCTION, BALE
AND
COMMISSION ROOMS,
Ne. 134 "oalA Fanrib Street '
Op pott te the Market Home.
I am bow prepared to leeelra oa OommlMloa all
kind of property.
Old and new furniture BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Particular attention given la Ihe eale of Horace and
Wagona and Carriage, and Bouaehold and Kitchen
rurnllare.
Balet in the country promptly attended to.
dec9-dt
AMERICAN HOTEL.
OPPOSITB 8TATB H0OBB,
OOLVMBU8, OHIO.
rr IBIS OLD BSTABLIBHBD AND WBLL KNOWN
JL Houee, during the peat eeaaon hat been thoroughly
enorated, repainted and refnmtehed In a atyle both
eomforuble and elegant, to that we feel well aeeured that
thoee who faro r u with a nail will Snd all the oomfortt
and eonrenlenoet atual In lint clatt Ilotel.
WARDEN EDIEHVt
eet18-dly PBOPHBTORS.
8. A. MILLER,
Attorney zxt Lawi
-OIII0B
Sank Building West Entrance1
North weet comet Third and Main Street,
CINCmNATI, O.
Dm. 81 tS.tf
WOBOESTER'8
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIOiNARY
The latest The Largest The Beit,
The Cheayeit Seoansa tne nest,
The Bleat Hell-kle Btaridarel A
therlty ef tiie EngiieBi avn;n:e."
Sin BtMdrti JMmU JUoori V OMo,
"TBI BIST HflUSlI DICTIONABT BIT ANT,
erory Mm JberytoAtrt.
'Bert art apwardt of a Hnndrad Thoueand Word,
WD.H IHWIUIM Mill,, u.wii,w '
with their oorreot epelllsg, and pronunciation art eleuly
eet before th tyt.y
ft a j .i.
. a 1 A .t,ua .f Ika iUla ItarA f atMrHH1
A l-il .J A -I -m I- ankln. VlHUnSf
emWOIBtUUDt BUHi lauu bum v mew iat
ana ipeaiiDft uim QTuivrmyu wiu iuuvMvia
o
oor
dial) nrjommend H aa the most rellabls standard
thmky ot tbtlDillah lannagt, si It ii now wrltwa i
aa
and
Loam Airoatwi, Pr Udent Kenyon Oo11om m t
M P. LavaaTTf Baperlatendant Eanetrrllls Schools.
Too. W. HAavBT, Bap't UsatHon Union Bobools.
M. r. Oowdwt, flap'i Pnbllo Bobools, Bandasky.
, tB TA W O.kAAla atllMldlwillal.
B. N. Baaroaa, Principal Olereland Penult Bamlne-
WM. MIT oana, anp irucuo ncaooia, ii, uawu.
Johh fJann. PrlnolDal State Normal Bohool, Minnt
. - ......
Oraot Natoii Prlnolpal loartn lntermaaiaio lenooi,
vinouinaa.
H. 8. Maarn, Bup'l Canton union aonooia.
Bdwii Raaia, Prinelpal McNeely Normal School.
Bu T. Tarr aa, Prof. Mathematlet, Ohio Unlrerelty.
Wa. W. BDwaant, Bup't Troy Cnlon Bohool.
A. a. Boraiua. Principal Weet High Bohool, Olrr
Undi . . . . . . .
8. A. Nearoi, Aitoelatt mneipai uigneonooi, vwre
land. . ...
Tnaeaeaa Bmui, rruoipai uign nonooi, ui
Und.
K. P. HoHima, Prlnolpal Olereland Inilltat.
i. A. Gaanian, Preildent of BleoUo Iuitltute, HI
W. L. Baaau, Prof, of Ohemlalry, Ohio Weeleyaa
Unlreralty. - . ,
B. H. Baaaar, Bx-Oommlarlontrof Common Boboolt,
Ohio. . . .....
Jaaa Mo .a, Fror. Khiione, uoerua uoueg
T Hn. PMaM.nt AntWwth fJollaffO.
0. W. 11. OaTBoatT, Prof. Mathematics, High
Bohool, Dayton. ,
8. O. Oaimaacea, Prof, language, nigh School,
jUa. .. .,,
B. M. Battxa, Bup i union bouoou, uiuuu.
ilnr Uu. aim Bundrti oaW rrfidmtt Of CMU-
hi, Pro f$ tort, AuUort and JHiUngiihd Xduca
tort, Aav mulorud IA abov ttntimmt.
'RESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
M.nrrr. Oouia. "It la trut a majrolficent work.
an honor to the author, the pnbliher,and thtwbolt
oountry." rntldenl Anarewt.
0b io Wtauraa UaiTtatirr.--"It txoeedt my txpeeta-
Ha... it sin ha nw nlda In orthoaraDh U'd pronna
elatlon, and will often be eonaulted by m for It neal
and accurate definition, rreeiaeni xnompwn.
w. a. 1(tl in Oolumb. "Heretofore we hare need
Webeter'a orthography. At a reoent meeting of our
ruinitv.lt wa decided to chame It to conform to that
of Wuroeiter' bnyal Quarto tilotionary ." Preaident
Garfield.
Wtrraa Rnaari Ooiiie. "I find It worttiy of
eordial approhaUon.'' Preeldent Ultchoook.
Oaaaan Oonaaa. "It more than meet my expecta
tion.. I recommend It aa the otandard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupile." President
Morgan.
Am om Ooauea. "I adopt and aim to aa In teaoh-
ln. writlnr and aueaktna. the orthography and pronnn-
elation of Woroetter't Royal Quarto Dl.Uonary."
Preddent Hill.
in all m. wrltlna. meek In, and leaohlnt. I hart en-
dearored to conform lo the rulea for orthography and
pronnnoiatlon at oontained in Worcetter't Dictionary.''
Horace Mann, late Preildent.
(mm fJouaau. Gam!. "I molt cordially reoom-
mond It aa the moot reliable ttandard authority of the
Bngllah language u It it now written and tpokea."
Preildent Andrew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
JV-om Bt. Anton Smyth, QmmUtiontr of Ommen
The Dletlona la an Imperiahablt monument to the
learning and lndnatry of Ita author, and an honor lo the
world of letter. The mochaniea! execution It far tape
rlor to that of any other Lexloon with which 1 am ac
quainted."
Aowt Ami. B. B. Barmy, B-OommUonr oj
tiCtOOit M W0.
The moat reliable ttaadard authority ef the ka-
gaagt."
Iieadiixa Newtp&pen of Ohio Bay.
tromtK Cltetlont Btrald of Bare.
Th orthography of the Woroeoter Dictionary It that
A in moat, if not alt. authora of dlitlnotion In thl
ountry and Bngbd, and eonform lo th gestral aaage
of ordinary writer andepeakere.
Whatarer prejudloea may hart txUted prarloaily, a
careful itudy of thl rolumt will Inrarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Ita great merit, and a dedr
lo add It to the well eoleoted library, be It large or email,
It 1 a library In Itself, and will remain an ImperUha
ble record of the learning of ita oompiler.
from ttt OnoinnaU Oommtrolai of AprB Sw.
Here are upwards of a hundred thoueand word I good,
bad and Indifferent whoee maltUarioua meaninge and
i.rintiona. toMther with their correct tpelllni and pro
nunciation, are tot oieariy oeiore in e. aim worm it
anqueetlonably th greateet Tbetaurua of Bngllih Word
erer pnbllthed.
from I A CUtnland FUAnitaUr of Stpt. ,18M
M.ntl Waacarrxa'e EoTaA GcaXTO Dion oAT t
not only U Uut, bi V aarr toori of U kind nmr i
twed, andean by no pomblUty tuffer by oomparltoa or
oontroreny.
from Mt TbUdo Bladt of Bam St.
As to raoanaoiATi oa. Woicx wi xa It TH BtaxbaAB
followed by oor beet author; In definition he learee
nothing to be deeirod, and In OaraosaaraT It it infnoient
to tay that Woaci tTta tan bt taieiy rotiowea.
INUHAR1 A BRAGG,
Fnblltbera, Boektellera A Statlenara,
NO. 191 8TJPBBI0R ST., 0LBT1LAND, OHIO.
aiart
IN PREISS.
CWill te Keavdy In Ten Days.
United States Infantry Tactics
AUTHORIZED EDITION.
AD0PTID AND BB00MMBNDBD BY
THE WAR DEPARTMENT,
Major-Generals McClellan, Halleok,
Buel, Pope, Casey, McCook,
and others,
WITH QUESTIONS
Adapted te Rcott'e, Case'e & slardeee
'rmctlca
By Lt.-Col. H. B. WHB05,
44th OHIO INIANTRT.
fSflllS WORK IS THE AUTHORIZED
M. inraniry xaeuo ror in uniura piaiee rmy
bracing the tytVat of Initructlon In the form of qnet
tione and anawera In the School, the Company and Bat-
. . i. ...ill Ll.kl. , . A .-.- V .... - i..-
IBllOB Jrill, wo U1)UIJ wunwu.il VJ HI. au..bii tjiu
oral of the U. 8. Army, and to which ear beat regiments
art Indebted for their thorough knowledge of trery
morement In the drill and battle-field, by which the
Uret of thoutand of our men bare been tared.
BT THB AUTHORITY OF TBI BTAT1 OF OHIO.'
JKaioteed, by the General Auembly of the State of
Ohio, That the United Btatee Infantry Tactics, for th
Initructlon, exercise and manaurret ot the United
Btatet Infantry, Including Infantry of the Line, Light
Infantry and Btfiemen, prepared under the direction of
the War Department, and authorised and adopted by the
Becretary of War, stay i, iw. wiin in item or (uee
tlona aonended to the text, by Lieut. -Colonel B. B.
Wilton, be and the tame It hereby authorised and adopt
ed for the Initructlon of the military of the State of
Ohio. April 10th, IHo.
JAMBS B. HUBBBLL,
Speaker of the Bouts,
JAMBB MONBOB,
Pret't pro tent senate.
. JOS. B. RILBY A 00., Publisher,
Mp til- Oolnmbut.
JAMES G. BULL,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
Office in Piatt's Building;, No. 1$, Eait
Btaio Bireei,
Oolu.xxxl3X4ua OUlo
MlC-dtai
SPLENDID
CSV I
FOR THB
HOLIDAYS.
OIIT8
and
WRITING DESKS:
Papier Meoht,
Bottwood and
PRBBBNTS
Mahogany.
WORK BOXES:
Papier kfaeha,
Rotewood and
Mahogany.
DRESSING OA8B8,
BAGS AND BAT0BBL8,
ODOR BOZBS,
JBWBL 0ABKBT8,
CARD RB0BIYBR8,
CARD 0ABB8,
WAX DOLLS,
OPBRA GLASBB3.
BRIDAL A OPERA FANS:
In Pearl Stick,
In I Tory Stick.
In Bandal Wood,
In White,
Bine,
Drab,
Green,
Painted,
Pink and
Cherry Btlok.
GARTERS AND ELASTICS:
GIFTS
and
PRBBBNTS
OIPTS
and
PRBBBNTS
OIPTS
and
PRBBINTB
GIPTS
and
PRBBBNTB.
GIFTS
and
Ia Bilk, all colon.
In Bmbrolderlet,
In Kid.
PRBBBNTB.
Steel and Shell Combs.
JIT BBA0BLET8,
OORAL BRAOBLITB, '
BBAD BR0BLBT8
I
Portmonnaies, Pnr.es:
GIFTS
and
PRBBBNTS.
In Leather,
Pearl,
and
Shell,
Irory,
PRBB NTS.
Voire!
EVERY VARIETY
or
GIFTS & PRESENTS
Can be found at
John 3D- rtrt--,iBi
N. E. corner Fonrth A Walnut,
CINCINNATI, 0.
TT7 Order by mall for Good to bt tent by xprtet
wiubv
art prompt and careful attention.
dc?l-dlmfcwlt
EF7ESTE80Z9T
.1. nirrnTi n " TiTTJ1 TTT
n,ti ralnabl and popular Medloln hat unire really rs-
telred the most rsroraoie reommenaaion 01
the Manioaa Paort ioa and th Puaug
a the most imouar ana aeutaaaaaa
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It may btued with th belt effect la
Billtotu ant! FtbriU Dutuu, CttHten
'.'te BtntUtkl. NuuMrn, Lest of AffttiU,
Indifttiien, AtidUf of th StovMk,
TtrfidUy of th Liver, Gut,
Rhtumtti Afftttion,
Ortvtl, 6wA,
aia aa ootmaum WBtaa
A Gentle and Ooollna Aperient
ujratiYe la ItequlreO.
i u ..arUanlart adaoted to the wantt of Trartlen by
He and Land, Reeldents In Bot Ollmat, Persona ol
tedentary Habit. InraUdt and Oonraleeoentti Captain
of Veatelt and Planter! will find it a reluablt addltloa
lo their Medical gneett.
lilt In the form of a Powder, carefully put ap la bottle.
to keep In any climate, and merely require
enter poured upon It to prodaot
a delightful efferreeoent
ameroat tettimonlala from profearlonal and ethel
ta lemea of the hi sheet standing throughout the coun
try aud Its eteadily Increasing popularity for a ttrlet ol
Ita aMmm. anil lnV.I
t . ni com mend It to the rarorablt aotlot of an In.
it paoue. .
Mannfaotuitd only .by
TARRANT k CO.
Ho. 278 Greenwioh St., oor. Warren Bt
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Copy of fAotograph from Ur of L. A. MSOWN.
iing tUtfla of BlBSLIifQ'8 AMBROSIA
in tigiittn month.
0IETIFI0ATI.
"rhUll tootrtlfy that, about eighteen month ago, I
commenced oilng BTasLiao'e AaaaoiiA. My hair wa
ahort, thin, and rapidly falling oat. I had tried many
Balr Tonic, Inrlgorator, eto., without rteeltlng any
benefit. Boon after using th Ambrosia, my hair ceased
falling out, and oommenood growing eo rapidly at to at
ton lib. mt. New mr balr It thlok, toft and glotty, and
It fire feet four Inehet In length when let down, reach
ing to the floor, Thlt wonderful remit I attribute sole
ly to the ute of tniiuw'i Annaoia, a ilnoe I com.
mencea uiing ii i nare appnea oouiing i j uair.
Bl n. ai. A . onunn,
No. 493 Broadway, New York.
WeadrlaaronnfDinon. whose hair It beginning to
fall ont. to take warnlns in time, and eare thair balr,
by using the Ambroila. To thoee who hare already loot
their balr, the free in of the AHiaoma will turely
reitore It, a it hat.doni for thovand.
Dr. BTtxLiHe' AasaoeiA la a tlmu1atlng oily ex
tract or Bonis, Bark and Herb. It will cur all di.
ee of the acalp and Itching of the head, entirely
eradicate daodruff,prTente Ihe halt from falling out
Or from turning prematurely gray, earning It to grow
thlok and long. It It entirely different from all other
preparation, and can be relied on.
It It a well knowa fact to thousand In the elty of
New York that thlt I the only artlole yet dleoorered
that will oure the Diteaie of the Boalp and oauee the hair
to grow.
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Select School (or Young Gentl'men
AT FI.OKAl. nuusE, TWO in I LEV
North of College Bill. The eoarte of ttndy em
brace tli Ancient and Modern Langnagee, together
with Mathematics, Natural Phllotophy, Natural Ulttory
and gbemutry.
Th ttndy of the French and German languages eon'
tltutes a prominent feature of the Bohool. Aaelated by
teacher of eminenoe in science, the rnncipai leeia jus
tified In promiaing hit pupile all tha benefit of a Buro
pean education.
The School It agreeably tltuated on an extenalre farm I
the hone It aoommodieua building, measuring 171 feel
In front.
The Bohool oontlnue In teeaion during th hot season,
a tha refraining rural toenery In which It It located
holds ont great adrsntagee.
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etc., S350 per annum, payable quarterly In adrano.
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dlneftie. . cold anttlns oinowlioro In the body, lind oh.
triicl II n.itiinil fuiiutloim. The, If not rellioed,
react upon thiuinulvoa and tli" iirri)iiniling organi, pro
during general agKravulii-ii, uffwliig, anil dlnoaae
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take Ayor'a I'llln, anil luo huir iliioctly tliey riwtoro tlio
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filing of hoallli airiiin. ' Wlnit is Into timl ao appuront In
ti I viul ami coiiimau ciniilniiit, Is ulna true in many
. cue ileopeatod ami diuiKoroiis Uintempor. The sauio
irlirgtitivo olfect expels tlimn. tyausiid by slinllar obstruc
tluiis mid dorangoniimts l Hie natural functions of the
body, liny sro r.iililly, ami in my of them surely, cured
by the Mime moans. None who know the virtue of these
f ills, will mKlect to employ tlioiii when suilorlng from
the disorders thuy cure.
Statements from leading physician In some of the
principal citun, and from other well known public per
sons. Dim a Forwarding Merchant if St. louti, lib. 4, 1858
Dr. Arr-n : Your Pill are the paragon of all that le
f-imt In medicine. They bare cured my little daughter
nl' iilcernns sores upon her hands and fent that had proved
Incnrnldn for years, llor mothor ha boon long grluv
niHly afllicteil Willi blotches and pimples on lior skin anil
ill Iiit hair. Alter our child Tin cured, she also trii'd
yii:r I'll in, and they have cured her.
ASA MOltGItlDUK.
As a Family Fhyalc.
From Dr. E. IK CtrtwrijM, A'tw Orletau,
Your 1MII nro the prince of purge. ' Tliolr oscidlent
i)itiiiti(i iirpns auy cathartio wo possoss. Tiny are
mild, but veryemtuiu ami effectual In their iictlnn on tlio
IhiwuIh, which makes them liivaluublo to us In the dully
treutlnont r dlsnaso.
IIalaclie,Slrkllentlncho,Fnul Rtomnrh.
From Dr. Edwurd Boyd, Dultimoft.
Dt.m II no. Avnt: Icannot answnr vou what comiduliils
I hnve curtil with your I'llls belter tluin to say all Hint m
rier treat wtth a purgative mrtliciiu. I pluco reat Uepeii
ilnme on an efliictuiil ratliiiitlc In my daily contest with
iliiiiasu, ami believing as I do that your I'llls afford us tin
best we bare, 1 of course valuo thuiu highly.
PiTTsncnn, Ta., liny 1, 1R55.
Da. J. C. Ater. Blr: I havo been repeatedly cured uf
the worst hnulacht any body can havo by a ilrsie or twd
nf your Pills. It seems to arise from a fuul tniiiucli,
which tliey cleanse nt onro.
Your with groat riiect, I'D, W. Pit HIII.R,
Clerk of Stfamer Clttrhm.
Ullloua Dlaorilert I.lvrr Complnlnt.
From Dr. Themlore IMl, of Al io Vn-k Clfy.
Not only aro your Pills admirably adapted to tUclr pur
pose as an aporient, hut I find their lionellclitl rirectsupon
Ihe hirer very marked indeed. Tliey have in my prac
ti.'u proved umro eliectunl for the euro of btlumt ivnn
IiIiiihU than any nnu remody 1 can tiieiilion. 1 sincerely
-uj.ifcu that we havo ut leuitlh a pnrftntivo which Is wor
thy tbo confidence of the profession nuil tin, people.
Dcpartmmt or rut iNTtnion,)
tVushiiiKtou, D. I.'., 7 tla Fob., 18iH.
Rm t I have used your Pills in my Keuerul mid huspllal
irneticu ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate lo
y they aro the bust cathurtic wo employ. Their regu
Viii! action on the liver la quick mid decided, couse
fitly they are an eilniirnblo remedy for derangement
tliat organ. Indeed,! have luldoui found a case of
oiiiums dimue so obstinate that It did not readily yield to
tlieiu. Fraternally your, ALON.O HALL, M. i),
i'hytician of Ute ilarint Hospital-
Oytentery, Diarrhoea, Ilelnx, Worm.
lwa lr. J. a. Qreen, of Chicago.
Your I'llls have had a long trial In my practice, and I
hold them In esteem a one of the best aperients I hare
ever found. Their alterative effect UKin the i'ver make
them an excellent remedy, when given in small dose for
biliout 'dyttntcry ami tiiarrhcea. Their (iiKar-coating:
makes them very acceptable and couvouiout for Hie uia
of women and children.
Dyspeptla, Impurity of the Blood.
Front Hev. J. T. llimtt, Flator of Advent Church, Boiton.
Dr. Arm: I have need your Pills with extraordinary
success In my family and among those I am called to visit
In distress. To regulate the organa of digestion and
purify the blood, they are the very beat remedy I have
ever known, and I can confidently recommend them to
m; friends. Your, J. V. IIIME3.
Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. T., Oct. 24, 1855.
Dear Bin: I am uslug yonr Cathartic I'llls In my prac
tice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse tbo
system and puriy the fountaini of the Wmxf.
r JOUN G. MKACUAM, M. D.
Conttlpatlon, Coellveneee, Snppretalon,
Rheuraatlam, btout, Neuralgia, Drop
ly, Paralysis, Fltt, etc.
From Dr. J. J'. Vaughn, Montreal, Oinada.
Too much cannot be aaid of your rills for the cure of
cottivenete. If ottiera of our fraternity have found them
aa efficacious as I have, they should join m ia proclaim
ing it for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer from
that complaint, which, although bad enough in itself, I
tho progenitor of others that are worse. I bellove cot
ttveneet to originate in tbo liver, but your Pills affect that
organ and euro the disease.
From Mrt. E. 3tuart, Fhytician and Midwife, Denton.
I find one or two large dose of your Pills, taken at the
proper time, are oxcellent promotive of the noiural tecre
tion when wholly or partially suppressed, aud also very
effectual to clrause the iemaci and expel woinit. They
are eo much the best physic we have that I recommend
no other to my patient.
From Vie Rev. Dr. Uawkti, of the Mtlhoditt Epil. Cliurch.
Fuiisil ITotur, Savannah, On., Jan. 0, 185A.
Hokoked Sir s I should be ungrateful for tho rellof
yonr skill has brought me If I did not report my case to
you. A cold settled in my limbs and brought on xcni
siatlng nniralMcpairif, which ended In cirom'criniima
tirot. Notwithstanding I had the best of shysidani, the
disease grew worse and worie, until by the advice of your
excellent agent In Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
iills. Their effects were alow, hnt sure. Dy persevering
Id the use of them, I am now entirely well.
t Sewati CrtAimre, Jlaton Rouge, La., 6 Dec. 1R6.
Dr. Atrr: I have boon entirely cured, by your Pills, of
ifneumafi'c Gout a painful diseaso that had afflicted mr
for years. VINCL'NT SLIDtLL.
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