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, nm rn a n rc .OTA HIT!
,11 I rtt If" 11 1 ''
h JUST RECEIVED BY
ITa, 30 tTorth High Street,
bet f ths largest ufl Best Seleoted Aeeest
- ITIH OniUS IN THIS 01TYI !
7 Honsa Builders'; .' Furnishings
' : ' Of 1VIRT STYLE AND 0.UAUTY. ' j
c.,-fT. paikits gbotjnd in OIL,
; eedpatapla tairponnJem fof n4Dry
faints la walk. . ''" ; i
' Brashes oi every variety &. quality.
'c !" !r A Bplcndtd Assortment of.
' M ACHiNISTS TOOLS.
' AXES GRINDSTONES, &o. . ,
' Toons, pistols, shot, o.
' '; ' ; fishing tackle
" ' ROPE ft CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
i, i. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, 4x1, : ,. . i
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 eapcerally b"U Ox attention of ill Interested to my
atook of Pocket and Table Cutlery. iu
1LVEB PLATED FOBKS,
Table. Desert, and Tea Spoons,
"'" Butter BZnives, &c,
cnaiKU BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be
etikevr. Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
". Country Merchants, Mechanics, and other, an Invited
a sallies examine say Stock, ailaa prepared to toll
Wbntsae aad Retail. ' Witt. A. 4js.s.s,
fotumrjue, Ohio, May 8, 1860.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCERIES .
No. 106 South High Street.
."" : ;L, dealer in t! ',;: . ,
. TE.AS, .
OTE& STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
Dtllt nlTal of Geaets
the. foil and Winter Tiade
TO THE PUBLIC for put fTon and patron-
.wuj DETEBniSED to BIEBIT
' Imtlaaaoee efsea) by etrle atttle
eyaaa, aal araaept aeliwerjr af Gaade,
.ig ii the MUM of the public to the fact that
having A Lrge and well Selected StacK as
. r aad bring ialdally reoeipt of joode from the differ
Mtaauteta, I flitter mjMlf that I oan offer to the dtt
eaa of Coins bu, or to any who may detlro to porehaee,
M amttmeat of ertielee appertaialng to the OBOCK &T
tied, BUEftDALED by anyhooeo in the elty.
fka price aad quality of the oodi offered, I Ifnar.
mmi to fxtla.
Oood Delivered Free of Cnarge.
Baltimore Clothing fionsc :
HESO c3 BI-TJI-X,
auwrAOTcaaM aw wonatu in-umn a
No. 308 W, Baltimore-Btreet,
(mi POM umn in aowafta,)
T"rt ' ' BAITiaiOBEt 1B4. '
A Urga JjwrtmaTit of PiM and rnrBliliiiif
.: eoodi ConatanUy oi sua:
OotMdly - - - i '
COLCniBCE, OHIOj " ,
And Seed Store,
. . NAILas fiLABft, BASH, PTJTTT, OORDAOBr ,
' eAat,FlstU, WaodJcWUlaw Ware
i erhevaad RabberBeltlnf, lace Leather,
C. DOYLE & CO.
' ' n ltanubetorers and Wholesale Dealers in '
BOOTS; AND SHOES,
Bontbeait Corner of High and Cay Sto., '
j n.-i , jroe BO, V
ajOXiVOIBUal". ....... .41110
ma huge Stonfc it ftne and Stapls Soods on hand."
-- wswitf '.- '
Bootoh Oat Meal
Bplit Peas ...
Broma, ate. .
. Boda .
JL Bego -
, KiaerKMr . ' .
Pearl Barley '
;u OraekedVihaat '
.. CrM tartar,
i!. ' flge .
froth Cann'd f raits of every description: , .
, ., w)TerlngBxircUofallkb1s.
Qua Drops; Mixed Oaodlee;
! ) ! l AlBMode, f liberie, Peeun Nnta,
Enilish Walnaas Breail Nate, etc,
. wu v.
Vhsluals and Ketan veaierin
'TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
No. rifth Strsjsrtv ; .
vvm.OTTITATI T n
KM, aaataBttr hand all the TaV
rl.ae BMAMlrS) at , .
Oct. wnjd - ;
, laces and Embroideries,
VALriCEIK"1'TEE Ac POIHT
L.Ciilrandette. french, Pnrfior end Thread
ttm lle (new patterne.) Talimclenee, Thread and
pni.it Lnmra, l .abroWe'ed Collar, Sette, 1'rlmminm and
f ,te. Le Hr.' aad Coiriarei, Plain Moon Oollaie,
.Mtaavad CuuAiabroider! Collar, and Cuffs to jstts.
fsfctt . ' V . ' ate. , South High Street.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Oonneotlni at Oreitllne with (he PirTSBUMH, fT.
W1YNJ s 0BI0AGQ BAILEOAD
ibrAtte&Hrvi, J'iiitxbipJUa and MaUimort. AUo
,orJlni Wynm& CMeago.
OonaeeUnc at Olerelead with IheLAKl BHOU AAIIi-
ROAD . . (
FsrDnnklrki Bnlfalo. Albany. Bea
ton, and New York. " ,
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
f ram Oolumboe, In oonneetlon with Tralnioa the
LITTLE 11 1 A IT1 1 AND COLCBIBCs
AND XEN1A BAlLBOAIMt. . ...
. IIE8T XRAIM.
NIGHT KXPRI98.-L.ew. Oolumbae at 9.40 A . U
will leT. peeeeogera at all aUUona aouth or Gillun,
top at Dehirere, Aehley, Oardtngton aad GllreU, end
at ell etaUona north of Oalloa, arriving at Olerelead
et:45A. MM Dunkirk J:M P. M.. Buffalo J S4P. U.
Albany S:U0 A. hi., New York 11:30 A. kl.. Boetoad:30
P. M , PitUbnrgh via Omiline &90 P. If , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago tU Creillaeat8:X0P. M. ,
HIW YORK XXPRISBLeeree Colomhne at 11:10
a. m. Will itop et Lewie Centre, Delaware, Oardlngton,
Qtllon. Oreetlloe, Bhelbr, New London, Wellinton and
Onfton, arrlre at Olereland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk,
:W p. m.( Hnffalo, 10:5 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.;
Newfoik, :30 p. m.i Buion, 4:40 p. m . j PilUborgh,
tia Oreitllne, 8:20 p. m.; Philadelphia, 10 a. m , Con
nect. t Bhelby for all point, on Banduiky, llaniflcld k
Newark R. K., north of Bhelby. r .
i ' THIRD TRAIN. .
MAIL AND JrtlOOMMODATlON Learea Oolnmbm
t3.i0p m. Will itopal ell itetlon. South of Shelby,
and at New London, Rocheeter, Wellington, flrtfton,
una nerta; arrive ai t'lereiua at :iu p. m. unnkita,
11:50 a. e.; Buffalo, 4:30 a. m.; Albany, 3-30 p. m.; Mew
York, B:30p m. Boeton. 11:45 p m.: PltUburgb.wia
0retlloe,at 2:10 e. m.; Phlllel,,hl, 5:15 p. m., Con
aeoltaiahelby fbc all polnte on Bandatky, Men.fl.ld fc
Patent Sleepin? Cari are run' on all
Night Trains to Chicago, Hew
... Tork and Boston.
Eaggag CAteM Through to S!ne York mi Botton
k wrguma; alto, to fkuaatipMa ana
Xev York via Omtliiu. "
Right Bzpreei arrive. atOolumbtu at.. .11:45 P. at.
Cincinnati Kxpreia " " " 11:10 A.M.
AocommodaUon, " " " . 9:10 P.M.
Fare a Low a by any ether Bonte
, Aik for TichU vim Ct inline tf CUvtlani.
i.' "t . 1. 8. f LINT. . '
... . Bnperintendent, OleTeland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTBRBON, Agent,
Colnmlue, April 15, 1851. .
CENTRAL OHIO R. R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
BALTIMORE & OHIO iVRM
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
vania Central R R.,
Boeton, Near York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
. Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
,' all Eastern' Citiea. . ' ; ' ,
NO. 1 EXPRESS .. ",:; ' , :
Leavee Ootambna at 3:30 A. M.; etope at all atatlonieait
of Newark when eignalled. Arrive, at Newark at 4:50 A.
M., Zanesvllle at C.OO A. M., Bellaire at 10:30 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore Ohio R. R., and via
rittebargh with penuyivania K. a. lor ail aanom citiea.
NO. t EXPBIB3 -- 1
LeaveaOolnmboa at 11:18 A. H.; etope at all Stallone
when eignalled. Arrivea at Newark at 13:40 A. M.,
ZaneevUle at 8:04 P. M.; Bellaire at 6:10 P. M., eon-
nectint with the Baltimore Ohio B. K. for all aaitera
citiea, , ,. ,, , .- .
- i NO. EXPRESS .' : :..
LeaveiColnmboa atKlOP. M.: itone at all stations when
Iroalled. Arrivee at Newark at 4:30 P. M., Eaneevtlle
at 3:40 r. ueiuira at v: r. ai., connecting via
PltUbargn wnn tne jrennayiranu a. K. ror an eaeura
Thie Souls offers the ADVANTAGE of a Thronih
tictot mm ienwt Aek to WASHIITOrun CIII,
andaleo glvea the Peeeeoger the privilege of vliiliof
BALTIMO&B, PHILADK LPBIA aad NBrT-YOKK, at
vbiting all of the principal BE ABOARD CITIES at the
Thronih Tickets to NEW-YORK can be procured via
WA8BINOIUN U IX I, er, an aaamonai ezpenaeoi sjx
Time as Qaick "and Fare as Low
" . As on other Routes. -
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
'.. : ..: ASK fOR TICKETS VIA . '
Celambns aad Bellaire) ar Wbeellaf
. ; JN0. W. BROWN.
Apr. 15. Ota. Ticket Agnt,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
rTTOrtmilf ATES AT WASflllfCTON
A. and Baltimore on lha Bait, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkerebnrg on the West, at which places It nnltee
with Railroads, Steamers, Ac, for and from all points
West. Seatb-iweat and Nartn-weet
. THREE TEAKS DAILY , - ,.
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This Is the only roots to Washington City.
Peeeensersbf this roots can villi Baltimore, Phlla
delpbia, New York and Boeton, at the coat af a ticket ts
notion aione oy ouev unee. ' . ..
Thronih ttekete to the K altera ettlee eaa be proea
via Waahlniton City at an additioaal ahargs of two dor
. flrmnaa OAae ArracmD to 1U NieHT Tnam.
Tim at quiet and fan a Una at via any tiXtr
Inquire for Ucceta vleBaltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any of the principal Railroad office. In the Weet,
J. H. tiULUVAN. Oen'l Weetern Agent.
L. M. COLB, General Ticket Agent,
W. P. SMITH. Master Transportation.
oet28-tr. ., , . BALTiatoas, Md.
SO eaeea Italian Oil, Barton Jt Co., for table ass. ;
,10 u f rench Mrutard, favorite brants; . .
" 5 ' " Boned Sardines, the BEST Baidlnes rmp'td
4 of Caper, end Olives.
5 " Table Banoee "Lea et Perrln'e Worceetep
. , 1," shire." "Beyer's Sultana," "iona Bull,"
10 " Walnut and Tomato Catanp. ,
15 do. Croee ea Blackwall's celebrated English
' Pieklee, ooneistlng of "Oanllflower," "Pl
, calill," Chow-Ohow," "Walnut," "On
ion," "Cabbage," Bans,,, "Oherk'eT
M'x Pickles. .. .. i
80 " London Porter.
i 10O 14 Cempbell's eelebrated Beotsb Ala.
6 cases Ginger Pneervee.
41 boxes Italian Macaronl.and Termaellla.
9 eroea Oox'e Gelatine.
Coleman', eelebrated English Mostard, la kegs, bones,
cans sod bottles. J'
no87 WM. VeDORALD. I
' JOSS E WHEELZH, '
A (BENT FOB HOME, CONTINENTAL,
V MawatTT, Bacoam, and lavtaaiuta In. Oof
Naw Toaa; Maaonaim' and Cm f iaa or HuaTroap
New Yoeia Lira and Cok. Mtrrrjil Lira. ,,: ,. v, I .
Office, St Hlg-ls St., savage's Bl v j
sb7-dly ' ''' ' "J '''?
PLAIN AND EMBROIDERED, FlOuii
QCBTAIBB aad regnlar shape Black KM OkwSs.
embroidered In white, tnegeata, parple, ata. UndreeMa
Kld Gloves. Mlsees Kid Glove.. A complete asserUBOnt
of Uieseelebraed Gloves always lor sale ry i :
BAIN at SON,"
febSt ' "', 1 '- 1 Ho. e Sooth High street J
Canton IJattinga. '
i4. R4 -4 wans ana nsa ana
t White Cheeked af superior quality , for sale by
- BAIN A BON.
,. No. 29 Booth High
T HAVE Tit IS BAT ABIHITTEB 1HT
aess, which will sjeroafrer be sondneted anderthe Bra
ifBiiln a Boa. t. BALI, S Booth High St.
Oolomboa, fob ia, ki. ; avo
Nos. J 61 J8 & 40, North Kig'St.
1 INCREASED FACIXaITIES
AGCIJBACY.' CHEAFiESS." EISPATCH
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
: 1 HAVE ' ' I
BOOK X JOB
I , WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN i
REPLENISHED THROUGIIOUT !
. with. :;:;;v.- j
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
IR0M THE CELEBRATED EODNDRt Of
0. T. WHITE ft CO., SEW YOEE
. THUS MARINO IT THE, y' '"'. j
Host Complete Establishment
. o -, ; Df THE CITY; ; j . 7f,; V: :
I am now prepared to Execute tU Order (or I
book: $tb job
WITH D IS PAT CHI
And in tht Host Approved Style of the Art
. ... ' -I. Hi ......
' PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ...
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
I H. I.3ST T I NT a-.. t
Bllle of LadtBsr, Circulars,
Bill Heada, MlanHa, Deeds.
Certificates. Kecelpu, . .
Draf Tlcttets, , BcRlstere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
Illustrated S h ow , Bills,
FOR COUNTRY "MERCHANTS,
Shew Bill, Hand BlUg, UbsleT Coneert Pre
framatea, School aad CoUegt Schsmea, Eo
Ul Bills of f are, InTitationa, e.
' OF EVERY DESCRJPTION .
Sohool and Collega Catalogues,
,., , , ConstUutlona, Seporto, BrUft, A
Printing 111, Gold1 and Jolora'
' Printed In XTCry Color oa a
.1 ,. .... f . -.1 U
Uammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Frees of the kind in Central Ohio.
Mv hdUriea km iolnw anr aad all of the above deeerln-
Hons of work, are sow ansiirpaesid, and emtlrfeoUon will
iLfAU work nroteliaa preeaauy ay ena ame nromeea.
The Court of Ctmmon Fleis, Franklin cotta
Sarah J. WalteS ) ... !
vs. . i- Sals to Pat UUoni '. J '
Loctoda Walton St al.l v 1 .
Iff PCHSCANCE Of -An OBDBB Oa
ths said Court to me directed, I will offer for ails at
public auction, at the door of the Court Honseja, Vie,
nr vroorsmuus, on ' - )-...-
: Tuesday, May 7th, J8Cl,.':;.j
the following described real eetate, situate in Norwich
township, franklin county, Ohio, to wit: . -Part
of the W. B. BeaSeld survey,' No. 154, bounded
as follows) Beginning at a stone in the road leading from
Columbua to Dublin; being lha soulh-esaterly ooraer. to
lot No; one, In the survey in proceedings la partition to
Michael Walton; thenea with the south line of at id lot
No. 1,8. ti degrees W. U8 poles, to a stone sooth west
erly corner to said lot; thence with tie westerly line
ueraor, n. s oegreee rr. m xu-iuv poiee age sum,
north westerly comer of said lot, and comer to land be
longing to the heirs of A police Rogers; thence with their
Una N. 17 X degrees W. 40 if poles to a stake, another cor
ner to said heirs' land; thence with another of their lines
8. S4 degrees, W. 3BIX poles to a stake aad stone to the
srlginal weet Una of theeurvey, and sonth-srest corner to
said heir s land, tnenoe wim u original unooisaia sur
vey, B. 4B degrees 30 mlnutee.B. 73 poles to a stone.nortb
easterly eomer to a tract of land of two hundred acre,
conveyed by Abner Olapp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
97, 1KU; thence with his Una ST. 63 degrees, E. 301 poles
tosstonenotheroornerof said Olapp a land;thence with
another af his lines B. S7 degress. K. 14 80-100 poles to
another corner of said Olapp's land; thence with another
of his lines N . 03 degrees a. mo notes 10 a stone, anotner
of raid Clapp'l corners; thence with another of his lines
B. 87 degrees E. IS poles to a stone, another of said
Ompp's corners: thence with another of bis lines N. 63
decrees E. 81 poles lo a stone, north easterly corner to
.m oi.nn'. land: thence N. 66K decrees W. 6 veil
and 14 links; thanes N. 11 degreea W., following
the Dublin Road sevsnty-eignt poles to ins begin'
nine-, containing 873 acres, be the aaas ' mora or
!,. and elao. In the asms . survey! S54, and
enjoining the above described tract, another ' tract of 3
SrMOOaoree. bounded ae follows: beginning at a stone
eootb-eaeterrr corner to the above due ri bed tract, thence
N oOm a It poles ana a iinxe w m ewne iu ui
Dublin Road from which a cherry tree 80 lichee
in diameter, bears N. 34 X degrees B. 69 links, then ,
N. IH degrees E. 17 polos and 16 Unke to a peel, from
which a walnut 18 Inches In diameter bears 8. 46J de
grees E. 8 links distant, tbeace N. 87 degrees W. 8 poles
and 81 Unke to a stone In the south Una of Henry Mo
Oracken'sland; thence S. 75 X degreea W. 22 poles and
S Unks ts a post to the Dublin Koad, B. . corner to
said Mccracken's land; tnencc a. iu ocgrees a. in potes
and 18 Unks to a post, thence B. 63 degrees E, ' poles
and 18 links so tbs beginning. . ; ; -
Excepting from said two treets.the following described
part thereof, heretofore set eff so Elisabeth Annlstead,
described as followe: Oornmenelng at the eeuth-eaot cor
ner of Michael Walton's land above mentioned; thence
south with ths Dublin road 8 rods; thence westerly on
a Una parallel with the aald Michael Walton's south Una
8. 68 degrees S8 mtnotes W. 894 poles; thence N. 17 de
grees 30 minutes W. 6970-100 poles; thence N. 54 de
grees E. 71 SO-100 rods; thence B 17 degrees 30 minutes
Beat 4050-100 poles; thence fl. 87 degree B. 39 80-100
polae; theaae N. 68 degrees W trdoutM E. 116 poles
rt Hinninif. aaiitaliiiiic fort acres, ; The nroaertT b
be aold aa an entire tcaot, seiiaiated at two hanared and
forty acrea, and appraised at SS0 par acre. ,ji .-. -u u
hiaiH sUlsu One third in hand en day of sale.
balance ra ena end two years from day of sale, with. in
terest secured by mortgage. - ''"' "
uaunua ir nuirauii
April 5,1661.-dlt-kw4w. . Sheriff,
'7 WHO SHOr tSB.-V,, ; T :
T-ir-x-iirr a tit .in haui-i.w ' !
IMPERIAL - WINE BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption Or
Weak Lungs should use them. ' - ,
All who facer from weak BWDaoas, uaigseuon, vjw
pepsiaorpuessnouidussinem. . . i
an wno auner irom veneni or
Restlessness at night. Want of Sleep, Ate., should use
All persons who are convalescent after fever or other
sickness should aas thsaw 1 .. . .
Ministers of the Goepel, Lawyers, Lecturers, and ai !
pnbllo speakers ehoulduasmemi t ' ' ' - r. !
Book Keepers, and all pereoas hadtng e sedentary BT .
should aas them.. - - -.) r-, ,
The aged and roflrm should ase them.
, All who require a stimulant or tonis should im them.
All who are addicted to the ass of ardent spirits and
hh loUa'orra.shoeld aas thw. .
They are made of a pure (berry Wine, and of the na
tive plants aad herbs of the country, and should be re
commended by temperance socle ties, clerpmen, physt
etana, and all Meade of humanity 4' " - ' -
They are prepared by an experienced and skillful phy
sician, end, aiuief torn their medicinal properties, are a
moot delightful beverage-, aad ye,aa a aaedktae, are as
tnnocentaodharmleaeeetbe ejewsaf heavsa.
Bold by drugs-tars generally.
CHA&LXI WTODIFUaS A CO., rrorMstora,
78 Wllllara St., New Tark.
R0B1ST3 et BAKUEt, "Agents,
" " 'ejoluaabas, Oh I
SctiBlldawlf.-1 . -U
Gentrj' .Xincn Shirt .Cojlars,
da rnTtEBIOB QUAMTT.IN OAK
BOTE, SteadlDg, Byron, P,rslgnay, Renfrew and
ik. mmm ahenaa. Hemmed Pocket liandkercblefs. Neok
Ties. Stocks, Street and Bveniog1 Slavee; Half Hoee of.
aver kind. Under OarmeMasevt aU kmes H ante far
alabing Mceas w giw warjeay. w 4. j
feUSl ..- no. WBooUi High street.
vtv .eft r ...
in si.iaia.'t .T
:ui !... v.: u.i I,
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WMiiO'.'fclu it' );.'.! fuill ,' ! '.! j-:
it miiui tI.ti jj ,.vt M'L'itii'.'Ki '
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KNAPP 8l CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
THE r . .
WEEKLY. OHIO ..STATESMAN!
.aUriitq 'a oiaolTiUnoii ?-lJ:.
LAfJSB' BT: tXTXBil " TH0TSAXS8 ,
Than any other paper la Ohio, outside ef Otoetonatl
Offers Facilities for-Advertising
1 Which CANNOT lAILto brtoE - 1'
Mpeedr and Bexaaaera'ITe Betnrae
To thoss who take advantage af them.
D Istrtbatad as U Is through every feet OBes In Ohio,
Reaches t Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
. Sally Editions ef elty Journals; and as only '
A limited lumber of Advertisements
': i Are Inserted to Its oeranms, appoprtatsly and ' ''
' - i ' i i , nsr eajmoT raare .".- i-
,. i ... . ... . I ; ' ,cl L.-i i
'Of ALL I ' ,i-
Advertising In ths WEEKLY STATESMAN will fln
1" : It sjdvantagoas la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is abaost certain to follow an extensive dissemls
'i. ation , knowledge of their basin see . ,
, .AK0S3 C0U3TTEY ; DEA1EE3 !
t I II Ji l. I " ' '.'
y'i i ADYEBTIBJ MINTS INTEND ID fOB '
Tbte ;"WekIv Statesman
Should he handed la before f ridgy soon. . '
" : MooiniHfarirri nr ram un
SIR A8TLEY COOPER,. '
or iiKDow, arm .
DE. VALENTiNE UOTT
- or www Toast. ..... ,
the acxnoirladgsd Eeade of the F
Profaadoa to attar
i .'t " Saesaiarjaaie. . --
The best Dinretla, Tonio. end hrlfwnt.' The
fteesl Extreot of tne ITAXIAJff JUJJIPjna
BILttBX. ( The Pnrest and Most Costly Gin Ss
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
iNViiiiiDiC 'rn.'Tur ainif
iiinkunuu av. lib oivrt,
.,, INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
1 ' THE SAFEST A"P I0ST 1 '
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bala, Plata na Quart, try wary
aOTiggiar, wooer,-og wemntrj jueronaac,
l tool: 0TJT VOX EOOTIl'r
tONDO N GIN
' TEtB OlflT dEgmiff TTtTr.w ia
.HARLES' LONDON CORDIAL' flJN.
' ."BALDWIN CO., '
; Importers, ,01 Liberty St.,
Wholesale sac Re tad Orooers, rHwteroan Butidlnf.
.... .lit. ,v ...... A , WAON BR. and ethers. .'
in Omelawatt by BTJIsM, ECEBTBIN a Cu
eanmairff ' " ' '
and others. '
FANOT DBBS8 STXEl, ' '
Ws SrS now offering our isassenee atook of Fancy Dress
Bilks at prices lees Uun ever befora offered la this city.
Tne attention of the larilee 'of this elty and vicinity a
. .1 . ... h. t i! ,i r . .. .
t ..((:!; .... f ' ; i
U it. i iimiiA snl 1. , iT, . ,.,.sl
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JOi INVITE ATTENTION to sons of the most ex
traordinary cures by my ti. . .-
. , PEOTOHAL SYRUP.1. r,
- ' " if i i .- -i -s 5-!
They are at home, and any ana who has doubts eaa in
quire of the person who have been onred by.lt. , . ,
DR. KSYBER IS PREPARED AT ANT' TIME Ti
IXAM1NB LUNQ8 WITHOUT UliAKtiaj luau
THOSE WHO NEBD BIS J4BO10iJ.
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS A case of five yeara'
tending onred by DR. BtEYSKR'B PEOIORAL BYKDP.
.. " "' ".i
11 ' PiTTestJioi.Jan. 11, I860.
Da. Kstmii: My wife haa been afflicted With a bad
sough and dlfflcnlty of breathing, for Ave or six years,
which , for several yeara back, naa graauaiiy inoreeeea in
violence, lbe complaint haa been hereditary, and she
had been treated by several physicians without any ro
ller. In this state of her case, I procured some of your
Pectoral Cough Byrup. I bought, the Brat time, a fifty
cent bottle, whioh relieved har very much j I then called
aod got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace of ths former dlssaae, except weak
ness. I would also state that I used ths medians my
self to a cold and cough. The medloine cored me by tak
log one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this If yon
desire to do so. , - WM. WILSON,
' V Alderman Fifth Ward.
' PiTTSstraoH, Nor.' 18. 18Sri!':
Ija. nsTSEll Aiinougu nut an iw.uwi. v. .....
Medicines, to general, it affords me pleasure lndescrlba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. As a medicine
11 is wen wormy iuo ihduuuu ui u? i 1 v
m i -t.,A ik Ajmah.. mlria ana haaraanea.
of an, hind, and for ths peculiar qualifications (or re-
. .... . j ki. uuIIa. allmHIn. a M.
moving ail was oieaxrecauiw mmm
i h.n bm. more or lees. In mv life, affected With the
severeet of cold, and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my spewing
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of the above Byrup
It woold relieve me entirely. V '
In recommending this medicine, I most unhesitatingly
sty that it is the best remedy I ever found, purportleg to
euro the above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J. J0NB8, '
Cashier Oltiaeoa' Deposit Bank, .
fuMiauiiui. 0., March 14, 1859 .
.. I have rued Dr. Keyeer's Cough Byrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it is
ths best medicine for the same that I have ever men.
rnr.. pratt AND DR. REISER'S PEOTORAL
SYRUP. Da. Karaaa Dear Sir. Bxcase the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Byrup sooner. I take great pleasure In saying that It la
sil you say It Is. Jibtockdthuoioto saweostfA
and lha worst one I was aver afflloud with: I have not
used more than one-hair of t hs bottle, and I can and do
i.h ih. i ii ho .r .micted would live it as fair a trial
u I have done, and they will be proud te say, "It Is no
quack medicine." I woold not suffer another, each an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than I ever did. I shall
alwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitada for Inventing so
excellent a remedy . x ou an at uwij w w r uaw
in this regard, aa yon think proper, m. F. PKATT,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
PltteburgmMayll,18a. , ' .
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-ettleens, ana
who entertain double can consall aa personally.
u t K.t ,.' - ?.
''. '' PmsBoasa. ADrflB4,185T.
BEAD THE TRUTH. Da. Ktrsaa: I hare a daugh
ter who haa taken several medicines for a bad cough,
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a ooiuo or your x-jtuiiutui
BYRUP, and before shs bad used half a bottle she was
relieved. Tne second pome curcu uer raunj v, -
congh. JOHN DARIN, -
Robinson street, Allegheny.
PrrriecxaH, December, H, 1853,
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KBXeBR'B rBOIOHAL
SYRUP. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
t - unnk(M M.l.llnw whlnh Mmimm eoont
A uau .wuuuib ' ......-o,
the 4th of February last, and continued sight months. ' I
employed the best physicians in tbs country, and sty
cough continued nnabated until early in Ooteber. At
that time I was advised to try your PBOTORAL COUGH
dir.. i,n kuh AlA m-A lt m 1 hA l&k.l, AflO faottM I
Di.ur, wuhu a uim, T , -
waa enUrely free from the coughing end eplttlng I bad
despaired oi ever genmi won, au rt .
known that this valuable Moody will do for othdra what
it has dona inmycsM. JOHN 0. LITTLE, .
Witness B. H. aaaa. rmnanuuri.'
.- m-m : c i : ' i A
'; Pi-rrosTr., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURE. Borne time ago, an old
neighbor of mine was very 111! with a bad cough which
avarv ana eunooeed to bt) consumption Bis relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; his brotber came to eee ma ate, ana ell
were oonannod to the belief that hs could not live. I
bad about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup,
which I gave him, and it entirely cored him, to the aston
ishment of all. What make, the case more remarkable,
is the extreme age of the man, he being about eighty years
Md. I have no doubt the Pectoral saved his life.
. ,:, JOUHN' OINNIS.
DR. KEYBER'S PECTORAL BYRUP IN BLAlRB
YILLB. Please send ms another supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup.". Almost everybody aroaad ne
has the oold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyeer's Pectoral
Byrnp.'' We have aold sixteen bottles last week, end are
now antlralv out. Kir. A, Alterand Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blalrsviile, Pa., tell us they would not be without It
In their families. In tact, au wno use it once want u
attain. Yours, respectfully,
, . a. 8. WATTERBON A BONI.
January 30, 1860. , ..,..,
iiiian.I wW nWDTTUTfUTWTin Wrvswn'a
PEOTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled With a cough
j . . . ... l., 1 ,hAl I mi, Ul nnl
anit win i ui " - - - -
sleepi 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
. . . ... . t -nnl.1 k. . A
jje DeaipnyBlCiauB in UJvi.J. wuuih . wmh ,iw,,i, uumu
not oo so. a nnauy piwum ,in,u,w juu sww,m
Byrnp, wh ch cored me enureiy. eignea,
. ' : J. W.8IM0NT0N,. .
936 Liberty stmt, PltUbargh, Pa., Jan. B, 1800.
"STOP THAr.COUOHINa.t-'Hcw seal do Itf "Go
to Keyeer's on Wood street and gel a Bottle of nisuoogn
Pectoial, and if that don't cure you, your case must be
iteanerara Indeed."' This Is a specimen of the colloquy
one hears almost every day in sold catcbieg period, ef
ths year. And wa oan, from actual experiment, sneer
folly ooncnr in the adviser's admonition ae above, for we
have tried the Pectoral.'' In a most stubborn ease, with
entire success, near two weeae ago we went lonntoorgn,
arlth one of the meat distressing, contrary, mollsh, an-
tubduable coughs ws ever experienced since onr advent
upon this mundane sphere. We coughed steadily and
laboriously lor one wuvn wcca, iu uupv. ui Hmwwrw,
hut u waa no so. In tact It aeemed rather as have un
proved by practice, and to have acquired strength, poten
cy .Ha Ottirtttwuttf UJ uv uivi.muu. An wu. .wno,
the eiege, we conrbed onr way to Keyeer'e, 140 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the 'Pectoral;" took It
seconding to directions, and in forty-eight hours we were
outer of the field, the enemy having anoondttlonelly
surrendered, after a brief but unequal eooflict with aa
formidable an adversary as Reiser's famous "Congh
Pectoral." Vnwmw vixpptr, juta, it, icon,
DR. KEYBER'S PECTORAL SYRUP is prepared and
told by Dr OKOrtua ti. XLfiiDEn, jw rrooa street,
Pltttbargn, ra. - - - -
JJ7 Bold In Colnmbas by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
i. H :
OOTHACHE BEMEDI. ,
. . .t" ,: . :., w I.. .'! ;
Prepared and sold by '
' im. flKO. KEYBER.
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Price, 45 cents.
O" Bold In Columbosby ROBIRTB A SAMUEL.
ectx7:Stawdum. , - , -: ? i - ..
Watches f Diamonds II SilTer Ware III
A CHOICE A'SOBTBIEHT OF GOLD
IX. and Silver Watones, in great vaneiy. -..j
t .m i.eni for the Auisiois Watch Co , and can
ell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' pilcss.
either Wholesale or itetau. .. ' - .i m
Coma and choose from my beautiful display of Dla-
monds and other rich Jewelry. Btylee new prices low.
As to Silver Ware of sterling quality, I can show new
patterns, very handsome.' -. . . ' ''J ' '
Burer i-iaiea nre, iwpww,wiiiji Vw.v.
Bukets, Pitchers, Goblets, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ato.
Than f have a sudoIv of fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Baxors, Ac, and many Fancy Goods such as
are desired for presents at sucu pnoes us are an muuee-
- air gf i a vj a.i a
men! te ths puronaser. .J"'.'"'1""'
marSl ' ! , . ' North aids Btata House square. .,
GOLDEN mi l aHIBTSs ,. i i , ,v
OOLDKN HILL BHIRT8, . :
: .. t flOLDBN BILL SHIRTS' "
The pattern of these ahirts are new.. The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves and bosoms ere formed to fit the person with ease
and comfort. The mark upon each one designating the
site may be relied on as beln g correct, and each shirt is
guaranteed well made.. A full , stock of all qaeltties
constantly for sals at r ,. ,DAI1J'fl,i i
BOVX4. 10, XV DOVUl Algu BMW...
TELLA SHAWLII I1ELLA
H AWLS 1 1 la all ataaliablaeolora, and at vary
great nargune. .. . t o.Tv"
.. .IIS A. SUM
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T)LACK STBAW BONNET AND fcJLw
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By the aas of thsss Pills ths periodlo attacks of iVer
Sous or Bid BtadadM maybe prevented; and if taken
at the oonunenoement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained. '".,.. ' ,t '
r.Thsy seldom fall In removing ths Xauttami .... ,
OoAs towhlchletnalssars to subject. . ; ,1
They act gently apoa tbs bowels removing Cottit i
MS. " ' j
lor Liitrarf JTeav, BhtaonU, Delicate Female
and all persons of tdntary habitt, they are value;,
ai a laaaMv, Improving the ttppttitt, giving forts
ttgtr to the digestive organs, and restoring the aatur
elsstlctty and strength of ths wbols system. r ; '
TBI CEPHALIC PILLS srs the result of long toves
ligation and carefully, conducted experiments, having
been la ass many years, during which, Urns they have
prevented and relisved a vast amount of pato and suffer
tog from Headache, whether originating in the netvowe
system or from a deranged stats of ths sfovnacA.
Thsy are snttrely Tegetabls la their composition, an
stay bs taken at all times with perfeot safety withont
aaklni any change of diet, and th abtenot of any
iUagntabU tatt rmdn U tary to adminitUr lAsn
cMiarm. :.:, . '
Toe (snotoe have five elgneturesof Henry 0. Spalding
on each Boa. .,
Bold by Druggists and all Other Dealers In Medicines,
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, oa receipt of the
Frlooi QO Oonts.
AUerdera should be addressed to t I t
nENKY C. RPAlBING,
' . . 48 Cedar Street, New Tark;
THE lOUOWIHO tNDORHEMBNTS OF
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUIIER IROM
K . ' ' THAT A - -
8PE1DY AHB SUBB CTjTLE
t ; , IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. '
Ai tVUse IttUmonldlt ctr untoUcited Bp Mr. Buu
tne, tAey aford tmqwtHonabe proof of (As
. . atcf of tMt truly teimUfic ditcovtry
Maaormiia, 0om , Fsb, S, 1861.
Ma. BraLBure.' , '
-1 have tried year Cephslle Pills, and I Ubt them to
PtU that I wantyoa to send me two ooiiere worm more.
Part af these are for the nsignoors, u wnom i gave
few out or ths first box I got from you.
Bend the Pills by mail, and oblige ' 1
.. ..... - ., Year ob't Servant,
' '' Hivntron,Pa.,Feb. , 1861.
Ml. ErAUiss. " '
I wish yoa to send ms ons mors box of your Cephalic
nils, J Aae reoslo ertai au otntjajrv vmn
tmfm 8T0IKH0UBE. -
. ' Entbcs OkaxK, BonnaoToii Co., Pi.,
-l ... January 18,1861.. J
H. 0. SraLBtae. :-,.t t . .
. . . Uia: .. : . . ..' ' .
Yoa will please send me two boxes ct yoor Cephalic
Fills. Band them immediately. ,
Respectfully yours, ; ' "r; '
. JNO.B. SIMONS,
T. t.IAov vd ens bom ef wour JVlt, and find
' ' Brua YiMoalOHio. Jan.iS, 1861. .
ATawar 0. SrALBiwe, Baq.
Please lnd snelosed twenty -dve cents, for which send
xea another box of roar Oenballs Pills. 7"Ay art truly
Ui bM Fill Mac ever tritd. , ;
Direct A. BTOvKit, r. n.,
- -1 ' Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
BsvauT, Mass.,Dso. 11, 1860. '
H. 0. BriLBtao, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or targe Show bills to bring
yoarOsphalle PUIa more particularly before myeusto-
Afyon bare any uung oi tne auna, piease sena to
One ofay eastomers, who Is subject to severs Sick
Headache, (usually luting two days,) was oured of an
attack in ens hour by your PiUt, which I sent her.
KnaoiDsBuae, Faiiaruw Oo., Ohio,)
, January B, 1861. , .... J
Ian 0. BriLDine,
No. 48 Cedar St., N. Y. ' . '
'' Data Biat
Inclosed find twenty five eenta, (45,) for which aend
baa of 'Cephalic Pills." rend to address of Rer, Wa.
U. rilier, neynoiasDurK, srmneiin vo. vuio.
Four PiUt soar is a charm-eur fliadacht al-
Truly yours, -
. ... WM.O. FILLER.
YrsttAim, Mica., Jan. 14, 1801.
Brat. .1 .'. irv .
Net long atoca I asnt to yoa for a boa of Cephalic Pills
for ths cure of the Nervous Headache and Oostlvenese,
and received the asms, and fAey Aad to food an tfftct
Mat Jteat tnauoea to ttnaor mot:
Please send by return maiU Direct to i
A. B WUEELEB, :
... ... - i Yptilantl, Mioh,
, From the Founlaer, Norfolk, Va.
. Cephalic Fills aorompllth the object for which they
Were mads, vis.: vurs oi neaaacne in an lie lonna.
.. . from tbs Examiner, Norfolk, Va. -'
Thsy have been tested la more than a thousand eases
Irora ttrDsmowtti'Br.-Olood, Minn.
If Touare.orhave hsen.- troubled with tha headaehe
send for a box, (Cephalic PUIa,) so that, yen may have
ucnueaseoi " . , t, . M.;i,
from the Advertiser, Providence, R. I. - '
The Oephalle PllTs are sold to be a remarkably effective
remedy tor tne inaansrns, ana ona os toe very sest ror
that vary frequent oomplalnt. which has sver been dis
covered, i - t '
Irota the Western R. B. flaastte, Chicago, III.'
We heartily sndores Mr. Spealdtog, end his utrrivalej
Oephalle Pills. , . i.i ; ..,!. 'i .. .... -Ui
' ' Irem the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va.' ' ' ,
We are sere that persons suffering with ths headache
Who try them, will stick to them. ( ( . ' , ,y
Iroa the Southern Path Flndsr, Hew Orleans, La. '
Try theml yoa that are afflicted, and we are sure thai
ybur teetsawcyoaa be added to the already numerous
left teat aa. receiveu eoneuie uu,.hw vh.,i hkukuj. can
lYora ths BU Lonls Democrat.
! The hnroense demand fof the article (Oephalle Puis
la rapidly Ixcrtaalcg. . ... : .
Irom ths Oasstte, Davenport." Iowa.
. Mr. Bpaldlng would not connect his name with an ar-
Hale ae sua not cvtoes to possess real merit. ,, u
TTTA singU bottle of BPALDINfl'S PREPARED
0I.UE wUI save ten tlaes its cost annually., ,
, SPALDINal PREPARED GLUE I , ;
SPALDINfiV PREPARED GLUE t
SPALDlNd' PREPARED GLUE r
.' ' . . ., -.- - , mmm l .. ' ., J 'Kl I.
tu-.r.ii.yi j u tw witb wrartaai iJ
i 10ONOMY1 ... . i. DIBPATOHI t.
i ; ttjjmu Bmoa ia Tuta Iawbs Hriri.M0 v ii
As aocidena will happen, even In well regulated fam
ilies, it la very desirable to have some cheap aad con
venient way for repairing lorniture, .Toys, Crockery,
i BPALDINO'B PREPARED GLtJE ' i.'
meets all such ewsrgenoies, and no household sea afford
to be withoat it. It is always ready, and ap to ths gUck
lng point., " -'' '
N..-ABra acooapanieS Sadf -bottle: j
esnhu ..ir Address,' fii C-nMi i ? .
HENRY 0. BPALDINO,
"No. 48, Cedar Street, New York. ;
6TT .N JirlJ f '
. As esrtsla wnyrlndpled aersone are attempting
palm off on the soeuspestlof public. Imitations of
IMJ I Wi
PRBPARBD SLUE. I would eaalloa all persons le SS
aaaiae befoiwwwrohisMinr, arid see the fnH name, ;
af ea tteoatelue Wrapper) at! others are swinaiiiigool
ejggeitjtt,: . . ., .. . 1 1 u-.n.-.n I ..i'-veaf j
: -THE GREATEST
OP THE AGE,
It. KENNEDY, OF BOXBCBTI
baa discovered to one of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that cores
Every Kind of Humor,
" i.' ,'..'.. ;h .... 'BP54 . , : ..
The wont Borofnla down to a common Pimple.
He has tried It in over eleven hnndred cases, and nev
er failed except in two eases, (both thunder humor.) He
um uw in nia possession over one nunarou oorunoaweoi
IU value, all within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore
mouth, t ,.
One to three bottles will cure ths worst kind of Pimples
so ths face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker la
ths mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to core the worst
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure aU humor la
the Eyea. . .
Two bottles are warranted to curs running o ths sera
and blotches among the hair.
Four to six botles are warranted to ears corrupt and
ranning ulcers. - ,
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure ths Worst
kind of rlogworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to sore the most
desperate case or rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to core salt-Bhsum.
Flvs to eight bottles win curs ths worst case of scro
fula. A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle,
t perfect ou re it warranted when the above quantity la
i ROXBURY, MASS.
DaakMAPia: The reputation of ths Medical DIS
eovery, to curing all kinds of humors, U so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have aver naed
it, that I need not say anything on tbs subject, as ths
most tklllfol physicians snd the most careful Druggists la
the country are unanimous In its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to yoor notice, I
do It with a full knowledge of Its curative power, to re
Ueving all, and curing moat of thoee diseases to which
you are unfortunately so liable. That most excruciating
disease to an affectionate mother,
. . NVBSING 8UUE MOUTH, .
Is cured as if by a miracle; your own temper la restored
to Its natural sweetness, and your babe from abort and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and the aVedioal
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to yoor hatband
In the more advanced stages of
Itextends to ths stomach causing
. ... DYSPEPSIA, . .
which Is nothing but canker on the stomach; thai to ths
Intestines and .....
. KIDNEYS, .
creating a sinking, gone feeling, andan Indlffereuoe svea
to the cares of your family.
Yoor stomach is
RAW AND INFLAMED, ,
yoor food distresses you, and yoa can only tak a certain
kinds, and even of that yoor system does not get half
the nourishment it contains, as ths eorimonooe fluid of
the canker eats it up; thtn yoor complexion loses Its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and yoar beet
day Is gons. For want of nourishment your system be
comes loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body be
enme relaxed Then follow a train of diaesses which the
Medical Discovery Is peculiarly adapted to ,
cube; . ' "';'
Palpitation of the heart, pain to ths side, weakness e '
the spine and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
wben you retire, Irregularity of Die bowels, end else,
, that most excruciating of diseases, tbs
. PILES. . .
How many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable Ufa, and their
nextdoor neighbor does not know tbs cause. I wish te
Impress on your mind that good old proverb, "Aa oanos
of prevention is better than a pound of cure," Ia the
MEDICAL DISCOVERY v, i
: you have both the preventative and the eare, with this
great and good quality, that it will never, under any
circumstances, do yoo any injury.
THE MEDICAL DISCOYEBY :
la sspecialy Intended for diseases of the blood, bnt since
Its Introduction to tbs Western States, It ia foood to ha
that waa ever before the public ' .'
. No change of diet ever necessary eat the best yoa eaa
and get enoogh of It.
, DiaatmoMS roa use Adults ens table spoonful per
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight yeara, tea spoonful. As no directions
can be applicable to all eoneitutlons, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
Price $1.00 per bottle. For y every druggist In
the United States. sepSl-dctwly.
' PROF. L. MILLER'S,
An Effective, Safe and Economical .
j .: FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR ,
To its original color withoat dyeing, and proven ting the
. Ualr from turning gray. ., ,
I ' FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, V 'v
And curing It, when there is ths least particle of vitality .
. or reouperativa energy reaiainlng. .
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
Andallcutaneousaffectlons of ths Scalp. '
' FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. '
Imparting to It an oneqaled glow and brilliancy, making
It soft and silky to its texture, and causing it to earl
the great celebrity and Increasing demand for this on
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one .
trial ia only necessary to eatUfy a discerning public of Its '
superior qualities over any other preparation to ass. It
oieansea the head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly I
giving it a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair ia looeeningand thinning, It will give
strength and vigor to the roota and restore the growth to
hose parte which have become bald, causing It to yield a
resh covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladles and gentlemen to New
York who have had thai; balr restored by the use of this
Invlgorator, when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has in his possession letters innumerable testifying
10 Ul. gDOTV levis, irvu irerevu ih mo uikiivb, ipmw
billty . It will efleotually prevent the hair from taming
until the latest period of life; and In caens where'the hair
has already changed Its color, ths use of the Invlgorator
will with eertaiyty restore It to it to its original hue, giv-
lng it a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for ths
toilet and a llair Restorative it la particularly reoom-'
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities It affords In dieasing tie hair, which, when moist
with the Invlgorator, can be dressed in any required .
form so as to preserve Its place, whether plainer In curls;
hsnoe the great demand for it by the ladles as a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wlthont,as ths price
places it within the reach of all, being . -
, - . Only Twenty-Eive Cente . :
per bottle, tone had at aH respectable Druggists and
r . Perfumers.
L. MILLER would call ths attention of Parents and'
Guardians to ths uss of hit Invigorator, to cases where
the children's hair inclines to be weak. The ass of II
lays ths foundation for a good htnd of hair, aa It re
moves any unpurltiea that may have become connected
with the scalp, ths removal of which Is necessary both i
for the health of ths child, and the future .appearance of ,
its Balr. '
Cannon. None genuine without ths fac-simlla LOUIS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LEU'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y-, blown la the
Wholesale Depot, SB Dey street, and sold by all the -
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the worlds
Liberal discount to purchasers by ths quantity.' .
I alio desire to present to the American Pnbllo my
YEW ' AKO ' MPEOVED mSTAHT AIXO TO
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of gclentlfio experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dies Black or Brown Instantly
withoutlniury to the Hair ar Bktot warranted the beat
article of the kind to existence. . -
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot,' 66 Dey St, New York.
oot:dwly; i '- '' 'f -
Ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'fs. .'
TYEM MED STITCHED LINEN HAND
AA kerchiefs, very wide heme. . . a, , .,
. Bmororaerea i.inen nanax e an prices.
:. Bemmel Stitchedand plain do, do.
do do i colored borders, ,
' Monmlng do ' black borders v " '
do do 'I new style cross stttched. :,v
Pine Apple do new patterns.
MUsei' Plain and ITemmed Stitched do alt prices.
Comprising ths most soleot assortmsntln the city ana
St lowest prices. BAIN BOM,
. .M ... SWT-. ew sb ik wriV aMAt .
Ieul . .. HQ" W WUIU rasawse
i GOODS.'.... ' f;: !,.
Novslties in neck Ties ana Bean..
. ,! ,. i Byron aad Carrots Collar, i "If'
, u . . Embroidered Pocket Bandkerphlef,.
Paris Kid Gloves, superior make.
fl Golden Hill BhlrU, various styles. ..:..-t
, Boys' uoweu uuu p"- , v-i
Driving and utreet elovee.do .-' 1
. Hemmed I Pocket Handkerohlefe, various ttylos,
' Half Bo- an Under G"""" fc , ,
aprlli -Ke. 89 Booth High tUeeL
IDE MANTLE BARAGES, BOTH
White aod Black, Just received at
INK MUTFSi VICT0RINEB aadOUHS we are
now soiling; at vary low prices, alee all other kinds
tosMoneble furs- ... ..t.., ,.