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T) \i vj ,oJ vbp testament j) of Samuel Webster. lale of Harford, county, deceased* fbr subscriber, as fix- jq. eciiUir, will ofwr at Public Sale, at 1 Burry mun-viile, i. niatonwm'A On Tuesday, the 21 st Day of April, J 863, ill 12 o’clock, M.. all gttf ' FAIB ■ Generally.known a*,,. / ... ‘•'(.’RANRTOWN^FARM;’* |iu< Composed, of all tlu)t Traci, part of a Tract or parcel of LAND, situate in Bush River Neck, in Harford county,! CALLED ,o i Eden's Addition” or the “Garden of '■ 1 Eden* c&tUAiniiifc 11 *’ * : i. i n 100 Acres of Land, MORE OR LESS, Being the same ami all of the same Laud mentioned and described in a deed from John Martin to Samuel Webster ami John Lester Webster, dated loth March. A. D., 1832, and recorded in liber 11. D„ No. 15, lolio 1. one of the land record books for Harford County Court; and also mention ed and described iu a Deed of Partition from John, Lester Webster to Samuel Webster, dated 2d July. 1842,and record ed in Liber 11. I)., No. 27, folio 355. • ft is improved by a DWELLING HOUSE.: The land is naturally of a fertile quali ty, and easily improved. TERMS OP SALE. Qne-third Cash on day of sale; one third in six months, and the balance in twelve months thereafter,—credit payments to bear interest from day of safer—or all the purchase money will be received in cash, at the option of the purchaser. STEVENSON ARCHER, Executor ot Samuel U ebster, dcc’d. m)r27 i ipeeiilfff! TO FARMERS. fpilE subscribers, agents for the sale of POUDRETTE maiuiliiciured by the LOni.c6BtPA.vr, offer this valuable fertili zer in any quantity .at the low price of, $1.70 per lmrrel of 260 lbs. : It- is warranted pure, anti one of live ; quickest, cheapest, and best fertilizers in use, and ripens yora two week? curlier than any other known. The Lodi Poudrette has been before: the public for twenty years and over fifty ( thousand Barrels are sold mutually. It is 1 about half the post of any reliable Super Phosphate and warranted to be as good. ! Pamphlets containing certificates, and directions for use will be sent on applica tion to BOWEN & MERCER, , '*• v Company’s Ac|.nt, No. 3 Exchange Place, ap3, Baltimore, Md. 1 '.j _____ 1 BONE-TA-FEU. • i IMHS is an article manufactured by the The Lodi Manufacturing Company, * Irom Bone Dust and dried Night Soil ground into a fine powder. . I 'Poo powerful in its effect upon Corn in the hill, it is used broadcast upon win- j ter grains, and spring grains and grass land. Farmers in purchasing this manure will get I, two of the most powerful manures known. 1 The Bone is well known for its lasting ef- j feet, and the Night Soil fop its quick opera- j tion on young and tender plants, the two together form the NE PLUS ULTRA OF MANURES. Price, $45 per pm. - - -200 lb*, packed! in each barrel. DlKfect,loX fok Usf..—3oo to 400 lbs. per acre, sowed .broadcast, and har rowed in with the seed. From its use last fall, the appear ance of the grain and the encomiums he- i stowed upon it thus far. we are satisfied j that this article is going*lo take the place i of Phosphate and Guanos. A small trial respectfully asked for this} season. Every farmer ought to have a.I barrel or two. For sale bv i BOWEN Sc MERCER, j fe27 Baltimore, Md. -i a?o rA&aasßLß! ‘ Wm. H. Roberts, j 172 Forest Street. Baltimore, rMfisMSHS 1 *;) . ouano or jl&it ixann , Aud the Various PHOSPHATES FERTILIZERS of the ddy;offhtOst rda- . •enable tehai. >h .d -i ,1-: >-. I He keeps constantly on hand, in addi-M tion to Fertilizers, d /ohjdi •(< Grain, Miff Feed, Wtff Seeds, , CpgtmiT Ji, j , HIGHEST PRICE Jwml : nish my costoaners with I . RHODES' HVPE&mbBmAT& I i J The Standard Manure, at manuftwtjtWw' j prices. ' 1 1 1 ' 0 Ayer's^ your’system I deranged, and your I *fIICEU]tHHB uncomYortablcfThesesynip tqnii are often the prelude B . fe.'Wla to serious illness. Some fit r of sickness if rn rpiug npon i vou, ami should-be averted f-tj. ■MB® by a fimelv use of the right remedy. Take A Rlni. ilh-^Vmnotions’ of the body into vigorous activity, purify the system from tlie obstructions which make diSesiyUt Wild Settles somewhere in the body, and natural funetioiX These, if not re llevcd, react upon themselves and the surrounding organs, producing general aggravation. Buffering, and disease. While in this condition, opprewedby tlie derangements, fake Ayer’s Pills, and see how directly they restore the natural action of the sys tem, and Mrfth ft the buoyant feeling of health again. What is true and so apparent in this trivial and com mon complaint, is also true iu many of the deep seated and dangerous distempers. The same purga tive effect expels them, caused by similar obstruc tions and derangements of the natural functions of the body, they are rapidly, and many of them surely, cured by the same means. Noue who know" the virtues of these Pills, will neglect to employ them when suffering from tlie disorders they cure. Statements irom lending physicians in some of the principal cities, and from other well-known publip persons: From a Forwarding Merchant of St. Louis, Feb. 4, j 1860. Dr. Ayer- Your Pills are tlie paragon of all that Js great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved incurable for years. Her mother has been long grievously afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and in her hair. After our, child was cured, she also tried your Pills, and they . hnvecured her. ASA MORGKIDGE. i As a Family Physio. t. From Dr. E JV. Cartwright, A’o Orleans. Your Pills are the prince of purges. Their ex cellent qualities surpass any cathartic we possess. They are mild, hut very certain and effectual In their action on tlie bowels, which makes them invaluable tt> us In the dally treatment of disease. HciubKke,llick Headache, Foul Mtomach. From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore. Dear Bro. Aver: I cannot answer you what complaints I have cured with your Pills better than to say cdl that toe ever treat with a purgative medi cine. I place great dependence on that effectual cathartic in ray doily contest with disease, and be lieving. ns 1 do. that your Pills afford us the best wo have, 1 of course value them highly. Pittsburg, Pa.. May 1,1865. Dr. J. C, Aver.. Sir: 1 have been repeatedly i cured of the worn headache anybody can have by a I dose or two of your Fills. It seems to arise from a ; tout stomach, which they cleausc at once. Yours with great respect, ED. W. PREBLE, j / Clerk qf Steamer Clarion. , Ballons Disorders l.iver Complaints. From Dr. Theodore Sett, qfNew York tity. Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their purpose as on aperient, but I find their bencfmial edicts upon the Liver very marked indeed. They have to my practice proved more effectual for the 1 ' euro Of bilious complaints than any one remedy I 1 can mention I sincerely nyoice thftt we huye.al ’ lengths purgative which is worthy the conddcnce of the profession and the people. Department or the Interior, 1 Washington, D. C , 7th Feb., 18SH.) Sir: 1 have used your Pills in my general and hospital practice ever since you made them, epd cannot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regulating action on the liver is I quick and decided, consequently they arc an ad mirable remedy for derangements of. that organ. Indeed, I have seldom tound a case of bilious dis ease so obstinate that it did not readllv yield to them. Fraternally vours, ALONZO BALL, Si. D., r, , Physician of the Marine Hospital. Dysentery, Dinrrhira, Relax, Worms. From Dr. J. G. Gveen, qf Chicago. Your Fills have hud a long trial iu my practice, and 1 hold them ip esteem ss one of the best aperi ents I have over found. Their alterative effect, upou the liver makes them uu excellent remedy, when given in small doses tor bilious dysentery ana diar rhoea. Their sugar-coating makes them very ac-, ceptable and convenient for the use of women and children. Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood. From Rev. J. V. Himes, Pastor of Advent Church, Boston. Dr. Ater: I have used your ITUs with extra- j ordinary success to my family and amongtbose I am i called to visit in distress. To’regulate the organs of I digestion and purify the blood, they ore the very ; best remedy 1 have ever known, apd I can conn- I dently recommend them to my friends. Yours, J,V. HIMES, j Warsaw. Wyoming Go., N. Y.,Ott. 24,1855. Dear Sir: X am naiug your Cathartic Pills in my | practice, and find them on excellent purgative to ! cleanse the system and purify the fountains qf the i blood. JOHN U MEACUAM, M. D. Constipation, Costiveness, ! Rheumatism, Bout, Neuralgia, Dropsy, Paralysis, Fits, etc. From Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada. • j Too much cannot be said of your ITUs for the j cure of costiveness. If others of our fraternity have found them as efficacious as I have, they should join j me in proclaiming It, for the heueiit of the multitudes j who suffer from that complaint, which, although bad enough in itself, is tlie progenitor of others that are worse. 1 believe costiveness to originate in the liver, bat your Pills affect that organ and cure the disease. From Mft. E. Stuart, Physician and Midwife, I- ' i Boston. I find one or two large doses of your ITUs, taken at the proper time, are excellent promotives of the natural secretion when wholly or partially sup, pressed, tod also very effectual to cleanse the stomach hud expel worms. They arc so much the best phytic we have that 1 recommend no other to From the Rev. Dr. Hawl.es, qf the Methodist Epis. Church. Pulaski House, Savannah, Ga.. Jan. 6,1850. Honored Sir-. 1 should bp uiigratclhl for the 1 relief your skill has brought me if 1 did not report my case to you. A cold nettled in my limbs and brought on excruciating neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatikm. NotWhstanding I bad the best of physicians, the disease grew worse tod worse, until by tha advice of your excellent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, p tried your PiU*. Their efffects were slow, bat sure. By per severing in ibe usp of them, I am now entirely well. SexaT* Chamber, Baton Rouge, La., 5 Deo., 1355. Dr Ater: i have been entirely cured, by your Pills, of Rheumatic Goat —a painful disease that has afflicted me for years. VINCENT SLIDELL. Etfost of the Pilts in market contain Mfrcury, although a valuable remedy in shilftil hands. Is dangerous m a public pill, from the dreadful con sequences that frequently follow its incautious use. contain fio mercury or mineral substance i - Stunarw ■■■ . . mh! .. •f. Price, 85 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for SI. Prepares by Or. J. C. Al££ Si 00., Lowell, Mass. For sale bv JAMES HERRON, Bel! lAir. . ■ - jan3o j >. Auctioneer's Nouce. MpHE undersigned, tbankfSt for past fa- X yore, hereby informs bk frieh'ds and the public generally, that be has taken out License as an AUCTIONEER, and will attend promptly to tlie sale of REaL*AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. I.dtj $ ■ e All cqjnqumi cations addressed to him at Havre-dc-Grace, Harford county, Jlfld., will receive immediate attention. fe2o V;. J}| iIpSBE IRWIN. itfjp Editor;—PleAsennitouupe TflO tf>S_Cpßp, of Hall’s X S for the next Sheriffalty;f rfora,£.quuty, subject, to the (tl*(;(%inri o( the Democralir County Convention. - S*SP'W>te'd by the County Comnds- for that purpose, will meet on the ground on MONDAY, the 23d of Febru ary, JLB63, to ascejftaijj and i determine whether the public convenience requires a I >: to be opened, beginning oik tlie road from G. G. Smith’s bark mill, on ; and near the bank of the stream on which j said mill is located, until its intersection 1 with the road from Conowingo Bridge to ! Dublin, U V , ‘DAVID PYLE, JAMES SILVER, - < £HiyP. WARNER, • vJVIAwS "H %Jp mt *2Examiners. j POSTPONEMENT. Thp undersigned having been jirgyepted j by from:complying with the above notice, will meet for that purpose, at G. G. Smith’s Mill, at 10 o’clock, on WEDNESDAY' the 29th day of April, 1863. ' , DAVID PYLE, JAMES SILVER, PHILIP WARNER, mh27 Examiners. I ] JOHN P. QUINLAN. W. PERI). QUINLAN. Guano Depot! JOHN F. QUINLAN & SON, 149 Worth Oay street, samaras. \y HERE can be found a supply ol | GUAOTOS. t: • r , 5 Super-Phosphate of Lime, . GROUND BONE, ETC. DEALERS IN HAY, OATS, CORN MEAL, Mill Feed and Seeds, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, GINS AND SEGARS. LIME, HAIR, CEMENT, and Calcined Plaster. Parlies in want of the above arti cles would do ''•ell to give us a call. We are at all limes BUYING WOOL, for which we are paying the HIGHEST CASH PRICES. JOHN F. QUINLAN & SON. jel*l-ly FARMERS, TAKE "NOTICE ! WE are at all limes paying in cash Port Deposilc prices (or GRAIN,, AT oca WAREHOUSE IN Xiapidnm, Harford County, Md. Have also on hand a large and well se lected stock of : tUliElj, : Well seasoned and of good quality. | Fine Bone,Guano, Phosphate, PLASTER, SALT AND MILL FEED, • Constantly on hand. Farmers will find it to their interest to give us a call. E PUGH, Jr. ju26 Agent for Jas. A. Davis. Riudon I In the Circuit Court for . vs. !■ Harford County, as n .Smithson. J Court of Equity. ORDERED, this 10th day of March, 1863, That the sale made and reported in this case by H. D. Farnandis, Geo. W. S. Ricdo.v and Bar.net J. Clark, Trustees, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to tire contrary be shown, on or be fore the 6th day of April next; provided a copy of this order he published in 4ome newspaper printed in Harford County, once in each of three, successive weeks before the 6th day of April next. The Report states the amount of sales to be $2,110. V ' WM. GALLOWAY, Clerk. .True Copy, ‘Test, WM, GALLOWAY, Clerk. mb 13 . __ ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. ri'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub i j scriLer has obtained from tho Register of Will* ol Harford county, Md.,,Letters of'Admin l istralion on the personal estate of JOSHUA B. MORRIS, Tit© ofji&cnuiitv, deceased. All persons having cteltnsjSpiiVst said deceased, are hereby: noti fied the .same, with the legal votch ers thereof, on or before the .; , ■ .\j S, . 10(/i day of February. 18G4, or tliey may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. AH persons indebted to said estate are request ed to make immediate payment. Oiveir under my hand and seal this 10th day ofFebruarv, 1863. • MANSEL E. MORRISON, mbO ': j : A,dtni^trator. negroes iTeorobsi NEGROESU T AM at all limes purchasing SLAVES, pacing ii. the highest cosh prices. lam also'prepared ;l<&r#ceive negroes for s*fe keeping, having erected _ a’cQmfortable and ,secure place for mat purpose, on Gycen street, near Baltimore, Immediately bp " pbsltc the Western Police Station. CdMtDiM. lions addressed to >< , , „ • ! ■ !./ i . HENEY FAIRBANKS, ) !ti-j Gen*. Wayne Hotel, Baliiinoie Trusteed Sale. .L.' j j 'r c,t. ! . | IN virtue of a Decree of (he Circuit Court .for Harford county, .silting in Equity, the subscriber, as Trustee, will | ofier at Public Sale, at tlie Court House Door in Bel Air, jOn Tuesday , the 2 1st Day of April next, at 12 o’clock, M., all that TRACT OR PARCEL OF ■ I Situate near Mill Green, in Harford C 0 .% i ; , ; called if. .it i “John's Adventure Ke-’surieyed” and “ John’s Inheritance ,” containing - j 95 ACRES, MORE OR I,ESS, |By a recent survey—being part of the i lands of which the late Thomas 11. Rob j erts died seized. * The Improvements consist of a good ' HO XT SB ! ' j Tlie land is well fenced, and has a lair j proportion of wood. The soil is of the very best quality, and the most of it has ' been heavily limed. A plot of the prop erty can be seen at my oflicp in Bel Air. j TERMS OF SALE J• ’ lij 1 •/ As. prescribed by the Decree are—that one-third of the purchase money be paid in cash on the day of sale, one-third in six and the balance in twelve months thereaf ter; the credit payments to bear interest from day of sale, and to be secured by notes, with security to be approved by (lie Trustee. On payment of the whole of the purchase money the Trustee will ex ecute a deed to purchaser. ARCHER H. J All RETT, i mh27 ' Trustee. TO II SJUiS. THE Subscriber intending to ciiange Ids business, offers at private sale the . i F ARM on which he now resides, CONTAINING 181 Acres of Land, i About 2d Acres of which is well timber i j ed, the balance in a high state of culiiva- I tion, having been heavily limed | There is on lids land a thriving young j mi m ; l Of choice fruit, and a variety of other fruit trees. 1 The Improvements consist of a substantial DWELLING isfiftr mmtm* I i high, with four rooms above stairs, and three below, and Kitchen at-' tached; also an excellent pump in the yard. Together with Wheelwright and Blacksmith SHOP, . I i Both of which have been carried on for' the last six years with success. This land is situated on the road lead-, ing from Forest Hill to Peach Bottom, and 1 about one mile from (park’s Bridge, j is a most excellent stand for a store (there j t being no store m that vicinity,) or other j public business. It is near churches, schools and mills, and will be sold oil ac j coinhtodating terms. Persons wishing to view the premises, can do so by calling on the subscriber. ; fel3 WM. SAUNDERS. ; FOR SALE ■ A lull assortment of ! ; IIR, OUST., iSTEEi* NAILS, SFIKES 1 ATo. lo \\ Ruling Ilay , • HARDWARE, AGRICUbTDRAL IMPLEMENTS, &.C., &.C., LOW FOR. GASH, Of ort a reasonable credit lor approved pa (•' i per. AJsp, - PERUVIAN. CALIFORNIAN, MEXI - AND OTHER < GUTAMOS, . Which will be paid for Wheat, Corn and Oats, at Market price, oh delivery, by 'll. I. JACKSON, y23-ly near Darlington, Md. JO*. *!. QtTINLAW, >■ DEALKK IK, GRAIN, SEEDS, FEED, ANl> CUUNTRY PRODUCE, i ... ;j,l U: . ALSO, ‘ ii* • • *J ? GUANO, LIME, BONE-DUST, j( t i , ’ tAod all kthAß of Feftilieers. WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, 1 CIGARS, &c. GAJf STREET, 1 11 BALTIMORE, t door* SoUtH of riifetef street.) apS-j - Sarsaparilla FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, And for the speedy c arc ul theibliow. g curaplalut*: Scrofula and Scrofulous Ateclioiu, sack os Inaiorit, t ie rs, Mores, fruplion,, Pimples, Pastilles, Blotches, Boils, Blatnn, and oil Skin Diseases. Oakland, Hid., tilli Juno. 1869. J. C. Ayer & Co. Gents; I feci it my duty to ac knowledge what vour Sarsuparilla lias done for me; Having inherited a So,-o:\iUiiis infection, 1 Itava Bulfered from it in various ways for years. Some times it burst out in Ulcers on my hands and arms;' sometimes it turned inward and distressed me at the stomach. Two years ago it broke out on my head and cofered my aoalp and ears with one sore, which was painful uud loathsome beyond description. I tried many medieiues and 'several physicians, but without much relief from anything. In fact, tlio disorder grew worse; At length I was rejoiced to read in the Gospel Messenger that you had prepared an alterative (Sarsaparilla), for 1 khew from your reputation that anything yon made must be good. I sent to Ciuciunati and got it, aud used it till it cured me. I took it, Us you advise, In small doses of a teaspoon Cul over a month, and used Almost three bottles. New ami healthy skin soon began to ibrra under the scab, which after a while Jell off. My skin is now clear, and I know by my feelings that the disease has gone from my system. You can well believe that I feel what I am saying when I tell you, that I hold ypu to be ono of the apostles of the age, and remain ever gratefully. Yonrs, ALFRED B. TALLEY. St. Anlhony’s Fire, Bone or Frjnupclou, Teller and Sail Bhcuni, Scald Dead, Ringworm, Here Kyw, Drf|My. Dr. Robert M. Preble writes from Salem, If. Y., 12th Sept., 1869, that lie has cured an inveterate case of Dropsy , which threatened to terminate to tally, by the persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous Malignant Erysipelas by large ' doses of the same; says he cures the common Erup- , turns by it constantly. Bronrhorelc, Goitre or Swelled Keck, Zebu Jem Sloan, of Prospect, Texas, writes; '-Three, bottles of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a Uoitrt —a hideous swelling on the neck, which 1 had suf fered from over two years.” Ijencorrhsea or Whiten, Ovarian Tamar, Uterine Ulceration, Female Dinenncn. Dr. J. B S. Channing. of New York City, writes: " 1 most cheerftillv comply with the request of your agent in saving 1 have found your Sarsaparilla a most excellent alterative in the numerous com plaints tor which we employ such a remedy, but especially in Female Diseases of the Scrofulous diathesis. I have cured many inveterate cases of Leucorrhoca by it, and gome where the complaint was caused bv ulceration of the uterus. The ulcer ation itself was soon cured. Nothing within tnr knowledgeequalsitfor these female derangements.” Edward S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes: “A dangerous ovarian tumor on one of the females In my family, wliicU had defied all the remedies wo could employ, bus at length been completely cured by your Extract of Sarsaparilla. Our physician thought nothing but extirpation could afford relief, but he advised the trial of your Sarsaparilla ns the last resort before cutting, and it proved effectual. After taking your remedy eight weeks no symptom of the. disease remains.” Syphilis nnrt Mercurial Disease. New OifoEAKS, 25th August, 1859. Du. J. C. Ayer : Sir, I cheerfully comply with the request of your agent, and report to you some of the effects 1 nave realized with your Sarsaparilla. I have cured with it. in my practice, most of tho complaints lor which it is recommended, and have found its effects truly wonderful in tiie cure of Venereal and Mercurial Disease. One of my pa tients hml Syphilitic ulcers in his throat, which were consuming Ilia palate and tho top of his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla steadily taken cured him in live weeks Another was attacked by secondary symp tom- in in's nose, and the ulceration iuni eaten away a considerable part of it, so that I believe the dis order w ould soon reach his brain and kill him. But it yielded to my administration of your Sarsaparilla; the ulcers healed, and he is well again; not ol course without some disfiguration to hia face. A woman who liai! been treated ionite same disorder by mer cury was suffering from tills poison in her bones. They hud become so sensitive to the weather that on a damp dav she suffered excruciating pain in her joints mid bones She. too, was cured entirely by yonr fiarsapanlhf in a few weeks. I ktiow from its formula, which your agent gave me, that this Preparation from your laboratory must be a great remedv; consequently, these truly remarkable re sult!: with it have not surprised me, Fraternally yours, G. V. LARIMF.R, M. D. Rheumatism, Clout, Liver Complaint. Independence, Preston Co., Va., Oth July, 1859. Dr. J. C. Aver ; Sin, I have been afflicted with a painful chronic Rheumatism for a long time, which baffled the skill of physicians, and stncl. to me In spite of all the remedies I could find, until 1 tried your Sarsaparilla. One bottle cured mo in two weeks, aud restored my general health so much that Xam ftr better than before I was attacked. 1 think it a wonderful medicine. J. FKEAM Jules V. Getchell, of St. Louis, writes: “I have been afflicted for years with an affection of the Liver, which destroyed my health. I tried everything, and everything failed to relieve me; and'l have been a broken-down man lor some years from no I other cause than derangement of the Liver. My beloved pastor, tho Rev Mr. Espy, advised me to try your Sarsaparilla, because lie said he kugw you, and anytlilng you made was worth frying. By the blessing of God it lias cured me, ami bas so purified my blood as to made a new man of me. I feel youug again. Tho best that can be said of you is not half ; good enough.” Schirras, Cancer Tumor*, Enlargement, Ulceration, Curie* uud Exfoliation of Ike Bone*. i A great variety of cases have been reported to n j where cures of these formidable complaints have ; resulted from the use of this remedy, but our space . here will not admit them. Some of them may be I found in our American Almanac, which the agents 1 below named arc pleased to tarnish gratis to all who call for them. | Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilepsy, Melancholy, Neuralgia- Many remarkable cures of these affections have | been made by the aileiativc power of this medicine, i It stimulates tho vital functions into vigorous action, , and thus overcomes disorders which would be sup : posed beyond its reach. Such a remedy has Iqug ! been required by the necessities of the people, ami j we are confident that this will do for them all that j medicine can do. ! Ayer s Cherry Pectoral, FOft THU RAPID ctms OP Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con sumption, and for tke Belief of Consumptive Patients in ndrancpil Stage* of the Disease. , This is a remedy so universally known to turn ass any other tor tho on re of throat and Jung complaint*, that it is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its •unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly wondertal cares of pulmonary disease, have made it. known throughout (he civil ized nations of the earth. Few are the communities, I or. even families, among them who have nut some personal experience of its effects —some Jiving trophy in their midst of Rs victory over the subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs. A* all know the dreadtal fatality of these disorder!, and os they know, tod, the effects of this remedy, we need nut do more,than to assure them tliat it has now all the virtue# Wat it did have when making the cures which have won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind. , Prepared by Dr. J, C. ATBE & Co., Lowell, Mass. For sale by JAMKS -HEHRQN, Bel A ir - ‘ ; .ityi3o Notice of Copartnership. WE, the undersigned, have this day fofrtled a Copartnership, under the Him ofWM. H. MICHAEL & SON.'for the purpose of conducting a COMMIS SION business for the sale of Grain artd Country Produce generally. We will pay personal attention to all sales of Grain, &.c., consigned to n?, and will also see to the delivery of all Grain, &c., con signed to ns by railroad. Consignments respectfully solicited. WM. H. MICHAEL. ' ’ , Jacob p; michael. Baltimore, Feb. 2d, 1863. i fIB ' (1 ! SLAVe£ WANTED. WE are at all limes purchasing SLAVES, paying the highest dash prices. Persona wishing to sail wUt please call at No. 2gfr. Pialt street. Communications addressed to Jn4-ly ' i B. M. &W. L. CAMPBELL.