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1863
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TUK American Collecting" Agency, No. 240 Uroadway, New York. Claims of all kinds aRainst the Generai Government State Governiuent, the qity, or private parties, prosoCuted and collected at my erpenge andrisk Against private partios I possfss superior fucilities torcollectingclarmrererywherê in thi United Stales and Cañadas, relieving incrchaut, assignees, bankers, andotliers, of the caie and all reKponsibility . Special RttentiontfiTen taoid debts, hard cases, di, vor2.s, wills, estates, etc. ISeing familiar with all tho details of tlie " Inttrnal Revenve L,lw," I willatteud prümptly to the collectioa of drawbacks, and faxes overpaid through ignorauce of the law. Suldier' pensions, pay, and bounty socured forthem or tlieir heirs. For that purpose, and for prosecutiug claimfi againgt the Oorernment, I have a branch office at Washington. No charge made uniess claims are collected. All snldiers dscltaríel by roason of wounds however shor; tilt; timethey liave served - are eutitled to One Hmidred Dollars Bount.v. All soldicra haviugserved twoyearsfarü entitled to the same. The liighest market priee wil! be paid for soldiers' claims, and other demandü against the General Governmorit. Information and opinión priven, and investigaron made without charge, upon claims proponed to be placed in my hands. Forparticularft. address H. HUNTINGTON LEE 900 tf Xo, 240 Broadimy, N. Y 'T'HE KOOTS AND THE LEAVES X WI1.L be for tho HoaliLg of the Nations. BibU. prof. la. O". LYOWS, ÏSwmt'm-''1' CKLEI!HATED PHYSIC14K of the THKOAI'.IXNGS, HEAUT, LlVi.R AND THE BLOOD, Knowu all over tliecountry as the CELpiUiATKI) IIÑriDIA.JSr HEUB DOCTOR I Of 28'J Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Will visit the following places, viz A?J'OINTMEiVl'SFORlS62, 1863and 1864 I rof R. J. Lyons can be consulted at tho inilowinx places every montli, viz: ! Detroit Kussel House, eachmonth, 18thand 19th Aun Arbor, Monitur House, each month, 20th Jackson, Hibbanl House, oach month, 21 Adrián, Bracket Uouse, each month üüd and 83d and'as'th' Uhi0 Cüllms Hous0' etich 34tl'. 2"h, Hillsdale,Mich.,Hills(lale House, each month 27th monthWn8eth MiCh" Suuthera mchis House,' each' Elkhart, ülkhart Houw, each month 29tli South Bend, Ind., St. Ju. Hotel, each month, 30 Laporte, Ind., Tee Garden House, each month 31st Wooster,Ohio,CrandeULxchange, each month, 7th 10tlitUSUeia' hi0' W'ler IIouse' elch month, 9th and Mt. Vernon, Kenyon Honso, each month, llth and 14tlfWark Ohi' HoIton House. eacJ month, 13th and Fainesville.Ohio, CowIesHouse,eaoh month 4th CLM'EI.AND, OHIO. RESIDKNSE ANli OFFICE, 282 SUPERIOR STREET, ' Kast of the public uw opposito the Postoffice. Clhcedayseach month, Ut, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, lóth.Üftce hours trom 9 A. M. to 12 M. and from 3 P. II to 4 i'. M OnSunday from 9 to 10 A. M., and 1 to 3 P ' I WMaxims strictly adherecí to_ I give such balmaa have no strife With nature or the laws of 'Ale ' Withbloodmy hands I never stain. Norpoison men tocase their pain. He xs a physicia?i indeed, who Cures The Indian Herb Hoctor, B. J. LYONS, cures the folèxTs'taice 'T"1'11'8 'fl the mUS' obstiuate staSeB of their piscases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart, I.iver Stomach , Dropsy in the Che.it, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Fits, orFallimrSickness, andall other nervousderangements. AUo all diseasesof the blood, such as Scrofula? Ervsinelas , Cancera , Fevcr Sores, Leprosy, and all other couipucated chrouic complaints. Allfarms of female difflculties attended to with the happiest resulta. ft is hoped that no one will despair of a cure until thoj have given the Indian Herb Ooctor's Medicines fair and falthfnl trial. a,Duriug the Doctor'! travols in Europe, West Indies, South America, and the United States, he has been the instrumenifin Ood's hand. tor-estore to health and vigor thousands who were given up an.l pronounced incurable by the most eminent old school physiciana; nay, more, thousands who were on the verge of the grave, are now livinir motuments to the Indian Herb's Doctor's skill and successfu 1 treatment ,and are dily "Bles sedbethe.lay when first we saw and partook of the Indian Herb Doctors medicine." Satifactory references of cures will be glaJIy and cheerfully given i henever required. The Doctor pledges his word and honor, that he will in no wise.directlyor imlirectly, induce or cauje any invalid to take his medicine without the stronuest nrob. ability of a cure. J8S -Mode of examination, which is entirely dilTerent from thefaculty. Dr. I,yon professes to discern dieases by the eye. He therefore asks noquestions, nor doeshe require patientsto explain syinptom. Callone and all, ind have thcsymptoms and location of vour disease explftinedfree of charge. tWThe poorshall beliberally considered. j93Fostolllce address, box 2663. R. J. LYONS, M. P . Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. S5, 1862. Iy889 THE OREAT AMERI&AN TEA COMPANY. 51 Vesey Street, New Yorls; ' Since ts organizatiun, haa created a new era in the history of WholesaUng Teas in this Country, They have iutroduced their selections of TEAS, and are selling thera at not over TWO CENTS (.02 Cents) per pouncl above Coat, Never deviating from the ONE P RICE asked. Anotherpeculiarity of the Company is that their Tra Tastkk notonly devotes nis time to the selection of í.heirTEAS as to quality, valué, and particular styles fbr particular localities of country, but he helps the Tea buyer to choose out of their enormous stock such Teas as are best adaptedto their particular wants, aud not oaly this, bat points out to him the bestbaigains, It is easy to see the incalculable adrantage a Tea Buyer has in thiw establishment over all others. Il he is no judge of Tea, or the Market, if his time Í3 valuable, he has all the benefits of a well organized system of doing business, of an immense capital, of thejudgement of a proíessional Tea Taster, and the knowlcdge of superior salesmen. This enables alt Tea buyers- no matter if they are thousands of mi.es from this market - to purchaseon as rood terms here as the New York merchants. Purties can order Teas and will be served by us a well as thuugh they carne themselves, being sure to get original packages, true weightu, and taxee; and the Teas are Warranted as represcnteii. We issue a Pricel.ist of the Company's Tea.i, which will bo sent to all who order it; comprïsiug Hyson, Young Hyson, Impeiial, [Qunpowder, Twankay and Skin. OOLONG, SOÜCHONG, ORANGE & HYSOW PEKOE. JAPAN TEA of every description, colored and uncolorpti. This list has each kind of Tea divided into FOUR CIsrres, namely: CARfiO, high CARGO, FINE, FINKST, that cvery one may uuderstand from description and the prices annexed that the Company are determined to undersell the hole Tea trade. Weguarante io sell ALL our Teas at not over Two Cents („"Cft CENTS) por pound above cost, believin this to be attractiveto the many who have heretofore been paying enormous profitö. GHEAT AMERICAN TEA COMi PAN Y, Importers and Jobbers, 3m931 No. 51 Veseij Street, New York. SCHOFF & MILLER RE STILL ON HAND at theirold Stand , No. 2, Franklin Block, with themost complete assortment of iBooks and Stationery, PEKFUMEKIES, FANCY GOODS, WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS, SHADES, ROLLERS, CORDS, TASSELS, GILT CORNICES, CURTAINS, HOOKS AND PINS, STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS &c. Ever offered in this Market 1 and they wouïd suggest tothosc! n purfluitof anythingin SANTA CLA US' LINE that they can secure a Doublé Christmas Present ! by purchaslng frora this Kloek, as each purchaser geta anadditional present of Jewelry, &o., Ranging invalue trom 50 ets. to $50. J9f? TheytniHt that theirlong expeii&nceinaelecting goods forth is market, and atrict attent ion to the wants of Customers, may entitle them tw a liberal share o Patronage. Ayer's Cathartic Pilla. THE ALL SUPFICIENT THRBE, THE GREAT "AMERICAN REMEDIES," Known 3 " Hclmbold's " GENUINE PREPARAtlS, VI Z.: HEI MBOI.D'S EXTRACT " BUCHÜ," " SAItSAl'ARILLA, IMPRÜVKD ROSE WASH. HELMBOLD'S GEN XNE PBEPARATION, "GHLY CONCENTKATKD " COMI'OUND FLUID EXTRACT BÜCHU, A Poeitive and Specific Remedy, For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AND DROP3ICAL SWELLIÍTQS. This Medicine mcrew.es the power „f Digestión, and oxciles the AUSOKKKNTS i„t.„ healthy action liv which 'XvïJnffr 0U MWROUS ,lepoit ioñsfnn al INNATURAL ENLARGBMENTS are redueed. as HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU FÜR WEAKNESSES Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early Indisoretion, or Abuse, ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMTOMS: Indiaposition tuExortion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breatking, Weik Ncrves, Trenililing, Horror of Diseaso, Watefuluess, Dlmness of Vision, Iain in the Back, Universal Lassitudo of tlie Fluslung of tho Body. Muscular Sjstem, Kruptious on the Face, Hot llanda, Fallid Countenance. Urynesa of the Skin. These ymptonis, if allowed to go on, which this medicine invariably removes, soon follow IMPOTENCY, F ATÜITY EPILEPTIC FITS Iuoneof which the patiënt may expiie. Who can say that they aie nJt freijuently followed by those "direful diseases," Insanity and Consumption Jfany are aware of the cause of their saffering, but none will confass. The records of the insane Asylum and themelancholydeaths by Consumption, bearample witness to tho iruth of the assertion. THE CO.VSTITÜT10N, ONCE AÏFECTED WITH ORGANIC WEAKNES1S, Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and inviRorate the aystem, which HELM ÜOLV'S EXTRACT BUCHU nvariably does, A tria' will convince the most skeptical. Females, Females, Females, OLD OR YOÜNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CON TE1IPLATINQ MARRIAGE, In many affections peculiar to Females the Extract Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis or Hetention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or Suppression of the Customary livacuations, ülcerated or Schirrous state of the Uterus, Leucorrhea, or Whitea, Sterihty, and for all complaints incident to the sox, whetlwr arising from lndiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the Decline or Chango of Life. 8EE SYMITOMS AUOVB. NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Take no Balsam, Mercury, or Unpleasant Medicino for Unpleasant aud Daugerous Diseasea. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCflU CURES Secret Diseases. In all their sUges ; at little expense ; little or no change in diet ; no inconveuience, AND NO EXPOSURE. It causes frequent dfsire, and gTc strength to Urinate.therebyromovinff obstructions, preventin; and juringStrictures of the Urethra, allaying pin and inlamroation, so frequent in this clan of dineases, and spelling POISONOUS, D1SXAS&D AUD WOKX OUT MATTER. Thousands upon Thousanda WHO HAVE BEEIi THE VIOTIM OF QUACKS, And who have paid HEAVY FEES tobe curedina short time, hare found they weredeceived,andthat the "Poison" as,by the use of "Powcrful Aftringents," been dried up in the system, to break out in au aggrv vted form,and PERHAPS Alter' MAHKÍAGE. USE Helmbold's Extract Buchu For allAffectioiis and Diseasea of Tlie XJrinary Organs VThether existing in MALE Olt FEMALES, froiu whatever cause originating, and no matter OF HOVY LONG STANDIITG. Diseasea of these Organs require the aid of a Dicbetic. Helmbold's Extract Buchu IS THE GREAT DIURKTIC, Aad it ís certain to have tlie desired effect ín all Dïseases, forwhich it ís r&conimended. JBLOOD ! BjLÖÖD! BLOOD! Helmbold's Híghly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla BYPHILIS. Thia is an affectlon of the lïlood, and attacka the Sexm.1 Orgaus, Linings of tlie Nose, Ears, Throftt, Windpípe, and other Jlucus Surfaces, making its appearance in the form of Ulcern. Helmbold's Kxtiact tíiirsaparilla purifies the lilootl, and removej all Scaly ï.ruptiona of the Skiu, giving to the Complexión a Clear and Healthy Color. It being prepared expressly forthis clans of complaints, its Blood-Purilying I'roperties are preservod to a greater extent tiiuu any other preparation of SarHaparilla. Helmbold's % Rose Wash. An excellent Lotion for Diseases of a Syphiltic Nature, and as an injection in itiseanen of the Urinary Organs, arising from habit.s of dissijiation, used in connectioo with the Extractwlíuolni and Sarsaparilla, in such diseasesas recommended. KviiU-nce of themost responsible and reliablechacacter will accorapany the medicines. CERTIFÍCATE OF CURES, From eight 1o twentv years standing, with names knowu to SCIENCE AND FAME, For Medical l'roperties of BUCHU, see Dispensatory the United States. Pee Professor VEWEES1 valuable worka on the Practice of Phyaic. See rerrmrks made by the lale celebrated Dr PEY-SCPhiladelphia. See remarkH made by Dr. EPHRAIM McDOWELL, a celebrated Physician, and Member of tlie Koyal College of Surgeons, Jreland, and publi.shetl in the Transactions of the Kingaed Queen's Journa]. See Medico-Cirurgical Keview, publi.shed by BENJAMIN TRAVERS, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgoona. See most of the late Standard Works on Medicine. Extract Buchu, $1 00 Vtm jiottlb, ob mix fok $5 00 ( Sabsapabiij 1 00 " ö 00 Improved Rose Wsh, 50 " (t 2 50 Or half a dozen of each for $12 00, which will bc sufficientto uure the most obstinate cases, i directicns are adhered to. Delivered to any ad'Jress, Becurely paclted fromobservation . ?" Describe symptomá n all Cofinnunications.- Cures guaranteed. Advice gratis. AFP1DAVIT. Personally appeared bofore mean Alderman of the eity of Philadelpbi.i, H. T. HKr.MiiOLD, who, being duly swora, doth s.iy, bis preparations contaiu no narcotie, no mercury, or other iujurious drugs, but are purel vegetable . H.T.HELMBOLD. Sworn and subscribed before me, tliif 2.')d day oí November, 1854. 1VJ[. P. HIBBARD. Aklerman, Ninth -streef, above Race, Phila. Address Letters for information in confidence, H. T. HELMIÏOLI), Chemist Depot 104 South Tenth-street,below CbeBtnut, Pfcila, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS, Who 'endeavor to dispose " OFTHEIR OWN" and "other" artielenonthe leputation attained by Helmbolds GeBuiue Prepara tions, " " Extract Buchu, 11 " " Sarsaparilla, 11 M Improved RoaeWash. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. ASK FOR S-TAKE NO OTfíER. Cut out tho n'lvrrtípímfnt, and ccd for'it, ANB VQíDIMPO8ITKWAjiJpiíroWRa 10% I am Bound for M. GUITERMAN CO'S ! Dispute the fact if yon can, It takes the TAILO1Ï after all to give appearance to the outer man. If jou wlsh to appear well You must accordingly üress Well. Go to M. Guiterman & Co's,, There you will find things exactly SO. SONBHEIMalwaya ready to take your measure, GUITERMAN will sell you Goods with great pleasure, At figures L0WER than you will find in the State, Take heed - call karly, else vou are too LATE. The inddcements are now greater than ever, Our Clerks you will find obliging and clever. We will show you good CLOTHING oí our own oettino üp, Filling our Store frotn Botïom to rop. STUDENTS especially will find it to THEIR ADVANTAQE, For it takes but LITTLE MONEY to repleoish. 1500 0VERC0ATS of Oloth, Beaver, and Bear, Warranted for almost ever to wear. CO ATS of Cloth and Cassimere of our OWn IMPOKTAÏION, Forwarded through our New York relations. From England, Belgium, Germany and France, Sueh as you can stand up in. or weak, at the dance. Pants ! Pants ! ! Panis ! ! ! Fancy CAS3IMEEES and DOESKIN oí everv grade, We sell them from ONE DOLLAR up tO EIGIIT. VEST8, &C. of every description, You will find it so without fiction, Furnishing apparbls From SHIRTS to UMBRELLAS. Thi8 la all we say now, Therefore we make our bow. Yours truly, ever so, M. GÜITERMAN. A Co., RIS DON & HENDERSOÑ BUOBLEYB GRAIN DRILL, and Grasa Seed Sower, Manufactured at Springfield, Ohio. rpHE VEKY LATEST IMPKOVEMENT, and botter than X all others; adapted to sowing Wheat, Kyo, Oats, Barley and Grass Sued - Ist. It has a Rotary Feeder, 2d. Will 8ow all kinds of Grain and Grass Seed. 3d. Wever bunohes the Grain éth. JVever breaks the Grain. 5th. Sows Grass Seed broadcast behindthe Drill. Qth. Has high wheel& and long Hoes. Ith: Hos long and wide steel points. 8t7i. It has a land measure or Surveyor. 9tA. It has doublé and single rank drills. lQth It has a self adjusting shut off slide. It is neatly and substantially made. There is hardly a Drill offered in the míirket but can boast of more or less FIRST PREMIUMSP Thcy are aboutas inclifcriminately bostowed as the title of "Professor," which ia sometjmes applied to the "fiddler " or " bootbtack," They cease to convey the idea of merit. The IJuckeyeDrill has been on Exhibition at quite a numbor of State and County Fairs, and without seeking favor at the hands of any Committee, has receiveü its full share of Promiurrm ÏESTIMONIALS : We give the followmg Dames of a few Farmers n this viciuity who havebought and used theBuckeyeUrill : Godfrey Miller, Scïo. Jacob Polhemus ' ' Jacob Trena per, (t Th ornan Wh ite , Nort h field . John Brokaw, " Christian Kapp, r1 Edward Boyden, Webster. Jained TreadweLl, AnnArboi Daniel O'Hara, " " John G. Cook, Lodi. O. A. Marshall, t( tí. Edmonds, Saline, George Cropsey, Green Oak, Liv. Co. We arealso Agonts for the Ohio Reaper & Mower, acknowledged tobe the very best in use. "We are just in receipt oí 100 Grain Oradles Whicli we will sell Cheap. Alfio a large assortment o G-rass Scyth.es. And the largest and best selected stock of BENT STUFF FOK CARRIAGESever beforé offered in this market We ftlso keep a large and full NA11S, GLASS, PUTTY, PAINT.and LINSEED OIL. A complete assortmeat of STOYES, TINWAKE, , AND EAVE TROUGHSalwaj-s on hand and put up at the ' shortest notice. ( arSDON & HENDERSON. Abo Aibo, Jus aoti. ,isax etmi

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