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STATE OF MICHIGAN', County of Ottawa, is:
At session of the Probate Court forth coun
ty of Ottawa, bolden at tbe Probate Office, in
the village of Grand Haven, on Monday, the
icveoth day of July, in the year one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-two. Prevent,
Augustus W. Taylor, Judge of Probate, In
tbe matter of the cstute of Seymour Cunning
ON reading and filing tbe petition, duly ver
ified of Electa Cunningham, administra
trix of the estate of said deoeasod, praying for
reasons therein set forth that the time hitherto
limited by this court for tho payment of claims
against the estate of said deceased, may be
still further extended Thereupon it is or
dered, that Monday, the fourth day of Au
gust next, at two o'clock in the afternoon,
be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and
that tho heirs at law of said deceased, and all
other persons interested In said estate, are re
quired to appear at a session of said court, then
to bo boldnn at the Probate Office, in the village
of Grand Haven, and show causo, if any there
bo, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
be granted. And it is further ordered, that said
petitioner give notice to the persona interested
in said cuts to, of the pendency of said petition,
and the hearing thereof by causing a copy of
this order to be published in tho Grand llavon
News, a newspaper printed and circulating in
said couuty of Ottawa, three successive weeks
previous to said day of hearing.
AcotrsTtTB W, Tatlor,
4w nl75 Judge of Probate.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, the Ninth Judicial
Circuit, in Chancery: Suit pending iu the
Circuit Court, for tho county of Ottawa, in
Chancery, at Grand Haven, on the twenty,
eighth duy of June, A. I). 18C2.
Jane DeWitt, Cainpluinant,
Abraham DeWitt, Defendant.
IT satisfactorily appearing that the defendant,
Abraham DoWitt, is a non-resident of this
State, but is a residont of the United States, On
motion of Wra, II. Parks, Solicitor for Com
plainant, it is ordcrod that tho said dofondnnt,
Abraham DeWitt, causo his appearance in this
cause to be entered within one hundred doyg
from tho dato of this order, and that in caso of
his appearance ho causo his answer to tho com
plainant's bill to bo filed, and a copy thorcof to
be served on the complainant's solicitor within
twenty days after tho service of a copy of said
bill and a notice of this order, and in default
thereof, that tho said bill bo token as confessed
by tho said dofondnnt. And it is further order
ed that withiu twenty days tho said complainant
cause notico of this order to bo published in
the Grand Haven News, a newspaper printed,
published and circulating in the county of Otta
wa, and that tho snid publication be continued
in said paper at least onco in each week, for six
weeks in succession, or that ho causo a copy of
this order to bo personally servod on tho said
defendant at least twenty days before the time
above prescribed for his appearance.
H. C AKELEY, Circuit Court Commissioner
nl76 7w in and for Ottawa County, Mich.
(A true copy.) Elias G. Yovxo, Register.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, Ninth Judicial Cir
cuit, in Chancery: Suit pending in tho Cir
cuit Court for the county of Ottawa in Chan
ccrv, nt the vitiligo of Grand Haven, in said
county, .on tho twenty-first dny of Juno, A.
Timothy Eastman, (Jalon Eastman, William
M. Ferry, Thoinus W. Ferry, Noah II. Ferry,
John Haire, Hiram Jcnnison, William M. Fer
ry Jr., Henry Pennoyer, Robert Howlctt, Ste
phen Munioc, Daniel Really, William Thomp
son, John H. Davison, James M. Putchin, Will
iam Wallace, Georgo Wcathorwax, Peter La
belle, William 11. Fleming, Lewis Simpson,
Nicholas Vyn, Thomas Merrill, Mordecni L.
Hopkins, John V. Hopkins, Michael Chandler,
Rachel Griffin, Matthias W. Van Tassel, Levi
Shat'klcton, Noyci L. Avery, Amos Ratlibonc,
William J. Welles, Georgo 11. Roberts, Ransom
('. Luce, Kliplmlet H. Turner, Warren P. Mills,
Thomas W. Parry, Horaco Wilder, John M.
Fox, Joel Merchant, Alonzo Seymour, William
Fulton, Jefferson Carson, Joseph H. Martin,
John CVrdes, Jacoh .1. Wolfo, Ronrdman Noblo,
Charles Mosclcy, William T. Powers, Samuel
Holers, JJcnjiiimn . ilancuctt, 1 nomas Ser
geant, James Sergeant, licorgo S. Lovett nnd
Jotmtlmn r. Chubb, Complainants,
Alfred X. Cary, Elcnczcr M. Rail, Luther
Colby, Nuthan I). Snunders, Joseph Blake,
Wilder D. Foster, William I). Tolford, Solomon
0. Kingsbury, (Icorgo W. Allen, William Per
kins, George W. Perkins, Gcorgo W. Reining
ton, Samuel G. Noycs, Ebcnozcr Seymour Eg-
gleston, nullum P. Collins, John S" Gay, Lewis
P. Clark, P. S. Teller, William Caino. John
lirown, E. J. llooth, William Hunt, A. II. King,
Elijah Pratt, J. C. Pratt, Amon Wilson, Hamp
ton Kich, John C Dexter, Titus Mcrilt, Fredcr
iek MeConnell, F. M. Barker, T. Voree, Charles
A. Holmes, J. S. ltnrnnrd, E. Darwin Tripp, Do-
rus fox, li. li. lSarnum, Curtis Hawloy,
William C. Chirk, Samuol Wilson, J.Modlor, H.
E. Whitney, Harrison S. Wiekham, John II.
Withcy, Lucius Patterson, Daniel W. Evans.
Flihu Smith, Jacob Hams, Charles II. Taylor,
Sobra Kathbone, Julius Granger, William Snow
and Robert M. Collins, defendants :
ON reading and filing affidavit in this causo
of tho non-rcsidoneo of the said dofend-
ants, William Perkins, Gcorgo W. Perkins, Will
lam P. Collins, John S. Gay, Kbcnezcr Sey
mour Egglcston, Julius Granger, William Hunt,
John Ilrown, F. M. Darker, and J. S. Barnard.
and showing satisfactorily that the said Will
iam Perkins, William P. Collins and John S.
Gay rcsilo in tho Stato of New York, tho said
George W. Perkins in tho State of Illinois, tho
said Ebonozer Seymour Eeeleston at Cadiz, in
Spain, tho said Julius Granger in tho Stato of
vt isoonsm, tho said William Hunt in tho Stato
r Kansas, nnd the said John Brown, F. M
Barker and J. S. Barnard in tho Stato of Call
fornin, and further show ing that process for tho
appearance of the defendants in said causo has
been duly issued, but that tho samo could not bo
served on the said defendants, Charles H. Tav
lor, (icorgo W. Remington, Dorus M. Fox, E
varum irippami noucrt M. Collins, because o
their nbsnnce from this State, nor on tho said Ti
tus Meritt, Charles A. Holmes and William
Snow, becauso of thoir continued absence from
their place of residence, and nn mniinn .f n
W. Duncan, complainants' solicitor, nrdcrnd
that said defendants, William Perkins, Goorgo
W. Perkins, William P. Collins, John S. Gay,
i., ooymo"r i'.ggieston, Julius Urangor,
"n nam, jonn lirown, m. Barker, J. S
Barnard. Charles H. Taylor, George W. Rom
Ington, DoruS M. Fox. E. Dnrwln Trtnn.
ert M. Collins, Titus Morit, Charles A. Holmes
and William Snow, causo thoir appcaranco in
this causo to bo entered within throa months
from tho dato of thi3 ordor, and notico thereof
to be served on tho complainants' solicitor, and
that in case of their appearance they cause their
answer to said complainants' bill to be Mod and
a copy thereof to be served on the complainants'
solicitor within twenty days after service of
copy of said bill and in default thereof that said
bill be taken as confessed by them t And it is
further ordered that within twonty days from
tho date of this order the complainants cause a
copy of this order to bo published in the Grand
Haven Neire, a newspnpor printed and publish
ed in said county of Ottawa, onco in each week
for six succcssirs vck or cause a conv of this
order to bo personally servod on said defendants
at icasv twenty days before the timo abovo pro
criueu. ior vneir appearance.
H. C. AKELEY, Circuit Court Commissioner
in and f.,r Ottawa County, Michiga
A true copy of the original on file with me in
the case, attest, e. O. Yor-NO,
13 w 7 Register.
II Alt D WARE STORE.
. . Cash.
GEORGE E. HUBBARD,
SHELF AND HEAVY
II A It 1) W A It E 8
Of every description.
CIRCULAB AND MILL SAWS,
n T7 X3 13 E H. PAOKINQ,
Carpenters and Coopers Tools,
Cuttlcry, Iron, Nails, Spile, Glass,
rutty, Japan Uare, et c.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wares.
I also haro on hand a largo stoek of
While fiend, Zinc Pain I,
PITCH it- OAKUM,
All of which will bo sold CHEAP for
C .A. S I-I !
AT HUBBARD'S HARDWARE STORE
Corner Washington Ac First St9
GRAND HAVEN, MICH.
NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR 'C2
TRICKS REDUCED O.N
WINDOW BLINDS, &c,
At the Kent County rrcmiam
DOOR, SASH & BLIND FACTORY.
milE undcrsignod having a full and com
-L pleto sot of tho most improved Machinery;
and a commodious shop, together with experi
ence in tho business, is prepared to compete with
any establishment in Michigan, for tho manu
DOORS, SAS11 cf BLINDS,
PREMIUM WINDOW I1LINDS,
Which cannot be excelled in utility and beauty,
He has received a Diploma at tho
MICHIOAN STATE FAIR
AXD AT TUB
KENT COUNTY FAIR
Four consccutivo times, against all competition
" tOULDINGS of every description fur
-i-v-S- pished at roasonablo rates. Anyoftl
above articles dolivcrod in any part of tho Stat
Shop n tho rear of Squires h louring Mill, Ca
nal Street, Grand Uapids. D. Jvc-Ll.!. Y.
Grand Rapids, April 10, 18G2. nlCT 13
Wholesale and Retail.
Having a large establishment, nnd all the latest
Improved machinery in iuii anu suc
cessful! oporation, I can assure far
mors and citizens of
0 T T A WA C 0 UNT Y
That they can find nowhere as
Cheap or .Superior Article
THAN I NANCPACTVRE.
A LL, therefore, who wish, either at wholcsa
XV or retail, wagons of any description, of th
very best matorial and make, can be furnished
on the most accommodating terms as above stat
ed, by calling at tho large stone manufactory
Grand Rapids, Went bide, uivcr street, a fe
rods above Bridge Street II ridge.
Grand Rapids, Msy 15, 1861. ul20 tf
18G2. SPRING STYLES ! 1862.
CUTLER, WARTS fc STEDGMAN
Are now receiving their
LARGE AND SPLENDID
i :itlies' Pre Islooils.
pluin and striped, Embroideries,
Gloves, Hoop skirts, Ac
S H .A. "W H. S I
New Styles and Patterns,
For Ladies', Misses nnd Children. Willow Toi
let stands aud baskets of all descriptions.
Of nil widths nnd qualities, ttrown
Sheetings, henvy nnd Duo.
Our STOCK comprises everything in tho
Dry Goods Lino,
Which we offer for
O A. S Hill
At a very small advance abovo
NEW YORK COST
BOOTS & SHOES LOWER THAN EVER
April. 3, 1862.
BOILED Linseed Oil at one Dollar per gall.,
also a quantity of White Load.
Cutler, Warts & Stedgxax.
The Grover & Baker
SEWING MACHINE Co.
Making the LOCK or SHUTTLE stitch
'alike on both sides, which are in every
way superior to those of other man
ufacturers. Also, the cole
GROVER A BAKER STITCII MACHINES,
With new Improvements, just added.
TUB FIRST P2:i2XXT73
WIRB AWARDED TO TUB
GROVEII Ac I1AKEK MACHINES
At the State Fairs of
OHIO, MICHIOAN d- ILLINOIS FOR 1861.
IT has gained Its wldo-sproad popularity, and
its Innumerable sales throughout the world,
from the following facts, which over 60,000 fam
ilies in the United States alone, who use them,
are ready to endorse:
1. It makes the only scam formed by a Sow
ing Machine, in which each stitch is indepen
dently locked,and without dependence upon the
other stitches for strength.
2. It makes the only seam that will admit of
the thread being cut at every fourth stitch,with
out injury to the soam in wear.
3. It is nnnecessary to fasten the ends of scams
tnado by this machine. This is done by the ma
chine itself, without the use of the hand needlo.
4. The Grover A Baker stitch is the only one
formed from two ordinary spools, and without
winding from tho spooliuto a shuttle from three
to five times, for the under thread.
6. A seam thus formed Is more clastic- than
any other made by a sewing machine, and is
consequently very valuable in all goods that are
to.be washed and strctchod under the iron.
6. The machine Is adapted to all varieties of
fabrics, serving each equally well, and requiring
no adjustment for any kind of sowing, other
than the adaptation of needles and thread.
7. It is more easily kept in order than any oth
er machine, and noed not bo taken apart to be
8. Tho machine sows common spool cotton,
silk and linen thread with equal facility.
9. The machine is so simple that an intolli
gent child of ton years can readily learn to ope
rate and keep it in order.
10. By reason of its simplicity of construction
and ease of management, it is best adapted to
all tbe wants of tho family.
ST Send for circular with cuts of the dif
ferent machines. Addross
Grover & Baker S. M. Co., Detroit
Tho public, in their eagerness to supply them
selves with sowing machines making tho Gro
ver & Baker stitch, must not forget to purchase
them of the parties who alone aro authorized to
sell them. All purchasers and users of fraudu
lent machines of this class will be visited with
certain prosecution. Thoso who have already
been induced to buy these fraudulent machines
can purehaso a license for their use, bofore pros
ecution, on propor application. All machines
sewing from two spools, and in which only one
needlo penetrates the cloth, and having a food
which allows tho material to bo turned at will,
are infringements. Grover A Raker S.M.Co.
495 Broadway, N. Y,
No. 210 llroadwny, N. Y.
CLAIMS of all kinds against the General
Government, tho State Government, tho
City, or private parties, prosecuted ot our own
risk and expense.
Against private parties wo possess superior
facilities for colloeting claims everywhere In tho
United .states and Canadns, relieving merchants
assignees, bankers, and others, of tho caro and
Special attention given to old debts, bard ca
scs, divorces, wills, estates, etc.
Soldiers -pensions, pay and bounty socurcd
for them or their heirs. For that purpose, and
for probvouting claims against the Government,
we have a branch office at Washington. No
charce mado unless claims are collected.
Information and opinions given, and invest!
gat'ion mado without charge, upon claims pro
posed to be placed in our nanus.
l or particulars, auiircss
II. HUNTINGTON LEE A CO.,
nl06 ly No. 240 Bioadway, Now York
been restored to
X health in a fow weeks by a very siuiplo rem
edy, after having suffered sovcral years with I
severe lung affection, and that dreaded diseaso.
Consumption is anxious to mnko known to his
fe.low-suHcrcrs the means or cure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of th
prcsciption used (free of charge), with tho direc
tions for preparing and using the samo, which
they will find a suro cure for Consumption, Asth
ma, Rronchitis, xc. ine only oijoct or tho ad
vertiscrin sending tho prescription is to benefit
tho afflicted, and spread information which ho
conceives to be invaluable, and ho hopes every
sufferer will try his rcmody, as it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing, l'urlies
wishing tho proscription will please address
Rev. Edward A. Wilsox, Williamsburg
n00 lyj Kings County, Pi lew lork.
Dental IV o lice.
pvR. E. R. E. CARPENTER takes ploasure
Xf in Iniormlng tho citizens of Grand JIavcn
and vicinity that lie has rcturnod to Grand Rap
ids ana permanently ro-oponcd his Dental offie
ai tne old place, corner of
Pearl and Canal Street, entrance on
Dr. C. would intimato that ho would bo happy
to see all who require superior Dental 'work.
No inducements offered for second-class, low
price operations. Persons living at a distanco
aro roquostod to mnke engagements (in advanco)
by letter or otherwise. Dr. C, would beg leave
to rciur to tne loiiowing gentlemen:
Wm. M. FEnRr, Galen Eastman,
JU. It. Ilor-KINH, K. V. i EllRY.
Grand Rapids, Nov. 11, 1860. n05
NEW REMEDIES FOR
fTOWARD Association, Philadelphia, A le
nevolent Institution entablinhed hu upe.cial
entlotrmenl, fur tha rrUrf of the irk and tin
fretted, afflicted icith virulent and Chronio Die
ca'f of the Sexual Ornani.
Medical adviuo given gratis, by tho Actin
Valuable reports on Spermatorrhoea, and oth
cr diseases of the sexual organs, and on tho now
remedies employed in the Dispensary, sent
scaled lotter envelopes, frco of charge. Two
three stamps for postage acceptable.
Address, Dr. J. SKILL1N HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, No 2, tf. Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Fa. 128 ly
TJlTRNING FLUID! Lamp Oil !! Kcro.vcn
XJ Oil and Candles to be had at V., W. A 8.
IK TBI PRICKS OF
I3STO-En Sc GO'S.
Standard Machines, .
WELL KNOWN TO BE THE BEST TOR MAN
No. I, Shuttle Machine, formerly told
at 00, reduced to 170.
No. 2, Shuttle Machine, formerly sold
at ?iou, reduced to S75.
Singer's Letter A Machine
IS the best machine In the world for Family
Sewing and Light Manufacturing purposes.
Price with bcinmer and beautifully ornament-
dj f 50.
We would ask for our Letter A Machines, the
special attention of Vest Makers and Dress Ma
kers, and all those who want Machines for light
manufacturing purposes. They embody the prin
ciples of the manufacturing machines, making,
like them, the interlocked stitch, and are des
tined to bo as celebrated for family sewing and
light manufacturing purposes as onr man u fact ur-
ng machines are tor manufacturing purposes.
There is no doubt as to the value of our ma
chines for manufacturing purposes, but it is only
of late that the public began to learn that the
essential elements of a machine best adapted to
the heaviest work, would also be the eloments to
be embodied in a family machine. While as a
general thing, the sowing maobino people are
candid enough to acknowledge that our ma
chines are unoqualod for manufacturing pur
poses, they are almost sure to assert, in the same
breath, that Dingers Letter A, or family Ma
chines, are not as good as theirs. This is a
mere trick of the trade, and we confidently in
vite those interested in the subject to examine
for themselves, and soe what our Letter A Fam
ily Machines, with all the recent improvements,
are capable of doing.
The Nos. 1 and 2 Machines are of great ca
pacity and application for manufacturing pur
poses. Uur 2io. 3 Aiacnincs are especially adapted to
all kinds of light and heavy Leather Work, in
Carriage Trimming, Boot and Shoe Making,
Harness Making, eto., ete. They are of extra
size, with an 'arm long enough to take under it
and stitch the largest sized dashes, lucre is
scarcely any part of a Trimmers' stitching that
cannot be better done with tnem than by hand;
so, too, the saving of time and labor is very
great. The table of these machines is 21 inch
es long. The large machines work as fust as
We have always on hand, hemming gauges,
silk twist, linen and cotton thread on spools,
best machine oil in bottles, etc., ete.
We manufacture our own needles, and would
warn all persons using our machines not to buy
any others. There are needles sold of tho most
Inferior quality, at higher prices thau we charge
for tho best. A bad needle may render the
working of the best machine almost useless.
Our customers may rest assured that all our of
fices are furnished with tho genuino articlo.
In case of small purchases, the money maybe
sent in postage stamps, or bank notes.
Correspondents will please write their names
distinctly. It is all important that wo should,
in each caso, know the Post Office, County and
All persons requiring information about Scw-
ng Machines, their sizes, prices, working capac
ities, and the best methods of purchasing, can
obtain it by sonding to us, or any of our Branch
Offices for a copy of
". 21. SINGER A CO'S. GAZETTE,"
Which is a beautiful pictorial paper entirely do
votcd to tho subjuet. It will bo sent gratis.
We have made tho above reduction in prices
with tho view of benefiting the publio and our
selves. Tho publio havo keen swindled bypu
riou8 machines mado in imitation of ours.
Tho metal in thorn, from the iron casting to the
smallest piece, is of poor quality. Their makers
have not the means to do thoir work well. It is
only by doing a great business, and having ex
tensive manufacturing establishments, that good
machines con bo mado at inodcrato prices. J. be
best designod machines, badly made, are always
liable io get out of order, and aro sure to cost
considerablo trouble and money to keep them in
Tho dualities to bo looked for in a Machine,
are eertaintu of correct action at all rute offpeed,
liniplicitg of coimtruotion, tjrent durability, and
rapidity of operation, with the least labor.
Machines to combino theso essential qualities,
must bo mado of the best metal and finished to
perfection. We havo the woys nnd means, on a
grand scale, to do this.
Tho purchasers of Machines, whoso daily
bread it may concern, will find that those having
tho above qualities Tiot only work well at rapid
as well as slow rates of speed, but last long in
the finest possible working order. Our ma
chines, as mado by us, will cam more money
with less labor than any others, whether in im
itation of ours or not. In fact, they are cheap
er than any other Machines as a gift.
j5T Local Agents Wanted. jf$
I. M. SINGER A CO.,
458 Broadway, N. Y.
Detroit Offico, 58 Woodwarl Avcnuo,
Morrill Block. nl57 ly
WILLIAMS & ORVIS'
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES J
EQUAL TO THE
REST MACHINES NOW OFFERED.
THE desideratum, so long sought, of a prac
tical good double thread Sewing Machine,
at low price, has at length been reached. These
are tho only chenp Machines which work with
two threads, and form a really durablo nnd ro
It is considered tho mopt simplo and effective
yet introduced. It forms a beautiful, strong and
clastic stitch, and will not rip though every
fourth stitch bo cut. For simplicity of con
struction, caso of motion, strength and durabil
ity, it is not surpassed. It will sew tho finest
Muslin, Cambrics, Cotton and Woolon Cloth
with equal facility. By its use, tho tedious and
laborious work of family sowing is rendered a
ploasure and ogrcoablo pastime.
It has an under feeder, tho samo as high priced
machinos, which is a very important thing in
doing all kinds of work. It makes a seam that
will not rip or ravel, though every fourth stitch
It will hem, stitch, bind. tuck. fell, nuilt and
embroider in the most superior manner. The
same Machine, by a mere exchango of spools,
can io adapted to all kinds of work.
Iho soam Is asclastio as tho most elastio fab
ric, so that it is free from all liability to break in
washing, ironing or wear. It runs rapidly and
maiccs ine icasi noise, and takes the Double Lock
btitch, samo as Grover A Baker s Machino.
To a new operator it is the most easy to loam
as it runs either way, nnd can bo loarncd in thir
ty minutes. It is tho roost slinidr constructed.
easily loarnod, and loss liablo to derangement.
Wo Invite all who are In pursuit of an excel.
lent machino, to examino this by all moans.
examples or work sent by mail when requested.
Machinos sont to persons who never saw them
aro operated upon successfully after a fow hours'
practice. Full printed instructions given, with
each machine, and personal instruction to all
N. B Tho host Silk. Twist. Thread and Nee
dles on hand at all times.
SST Prices: Plain Style, $30; Half
Case, $35; Hemmer, $5.
158 O. W. GATES, Agent for Michigan,
Rooms, No. 198, Jefferson Aveuuo, Detroit.
GraUet Idial Circular
letter page for two
s cent sumps.
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and variety of Sexular Disease, and at the same
time the general health of the patient improved,
where ay improvement la that respect is need
ed. Our Dispensary Circular, of 15 large 8 In. by
11 in. letter pages, with full and special written
reply, sent promptly, well sealed, to any address
for tbe amount of tho postage, six cents ! Eve
ry young man, whether
SICK OR WELL,
should have one. Also, a Circular intended for
ladies only, nine large letter pages, for 3 ct,
stamps. The " Mountain ef Light, or Medical
Protector," a new book of three hundred pages,
one hundred engravings, price, in stamps or
money, oniy ou cis. anu one 3 cent stamp, or 3
for $1 and nine cents in stamps. This book Is
fully described in our Circular. It is by far the
most valuable and deeply interesting book on
the subjects treated of, now extant; matters that
in former works were merely hinted at are hero
fully explained ; it contains also a full and ex-
plicit key to all tbe secrets of marriage, love and
beauty never before
revealed by any book in the English language.
Dr. Jackson s Oriental Liniment, a ereat in-
vigorator of genital organs tendor Circular.
Dr. Jackson s female rills, Si tend for Lr-
Dr. Jackson may be seen at the Consulting
Rooms of the Dispensary, No, 167 Sycamore St.,
from 8 A. M. till 1 P. M., and from 4 P. M. till
8 P. M. ; at other beurs either Dr. Herbert or
M. Velpeau, or both, will be in attendance.
Male patients, when desired, will be furnish
ed with large, airy, comfortable rooms, suitable
board, and careful attendance, for tbe fow days
ordinarily necessary to effect a cure. Patlenta
do not seo each other. The most ample guaran
ties of our ability and good faith promptly giv
en when dosired. Fees as reasonable as tho ve
ry highest modes of treatment known to modern
medical science, and a very long and varied ex
perience, will admit. P. 0. Box, 430, Send
for Circular, and stato your case plainly
and fully, and you will receive the Circular and
our written reply by return mail. Ti We will
answer no letter unless it contains six cents In
stamps. Medieino and Instructions sent prompt
ly and cnrefully to any piirt of the world.
Dr. HERBERT, of tho Society of Friends,
and member of our firm, is devoting his timo
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complaint, and is meeting with unparalleled suc
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"XHERVOUS Debility, Scrofulu, Dyspepsia,
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