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HARDWARE STOBE
; ! , ; JUST RECEIVED BY
WEL A. GJLIi,
17o. 30 North High Street,
Oat el the irest and. Best Selected Assert ,
BVSR OFFERED IS THIS CITY!
House Builders' Furnishings
" Of EVERT STYLE AND QUALITY.
French sVArnerieaai .:
WintloW Olts 1
PAINTS GROUND IN OIL.
and put sp ta bU pound own tor family use, and ry
Petntalnbulk.
Brashes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment or
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, &o.
. GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac
; : . FISHING TACKLE
ROPE ft CORDAGE.
' LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, flu).,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially uvrtto the attention of all Interested to my
stock of Pooket and Tabic Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &cs
of KOGBRRo A BR0'8. Manufacture, warranted to be
extra heavy. Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchants, Mechanics, and other, are Invited
to sail and examine By Stock, ai I am prepared to eel)
Wholesale and Retail. WW. A. GIl.li.
Oolumbna, Ohio, Hay 8, WO.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GBOCEBJES
No. 106 South High Street
Win. HcDONAlD,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL 'HEIR VARIETIES.
Dallf irlwal ef Geeds
For the Full and Winter Trade
Of 1860-61.
' UjBETU1NING SINCERE THANKS
TO THIS rCIlLlC fcr pmm tmrm Ml r-"-age,
and being DETERMINED to MERIT
.1 nf UD1 b lrlC(
traae, and prampt tllrerr Codf,
I would call the notice of the public to the fact that
baring a targe and well Selected Slock on
hand, and being tn.dally receipt of gooda from the differ
ent marten, I natter mytelf that I can offer to- the eltl
.eni of Columbus, or to any who may deelre to porcbaee.
an assortment of article! appertaining to the GROCERY
trade, CI EQUALED by any house ta ft city.
The price and quality of the good! offered, Ignar.
ante to five oatlefactlost.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
, WM. McDOHAIiD.
Baltimore Clothing House.
TTTnSQ C5 BLUM,
MaHorAOTcaavi an waoinAU dsaum ir
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(ssrwxsa uaan AX BOWAtB,)
BALTIMORE, Wei.
a Lam Assortment ot Plees and rnnUhlog
Goods Constantly on Hand;
OetaSdly .
-ccrilllam jCLm Olll
OOLUMHUS OHIO
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And &eed Store,
pcalu m
GENERAL HARDWARE,
XAILK, GLASS, BABH, FtJTTT, CORDAGE,
, ruitlii wood Willow Ware
ether and Bobber Belting, laoe Leather, Boss ud
km, sni-aiy
0.
DOYLE & CO.
Muoiactoren and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Corner of High and day fits.,
- No. CO
oolumrtts, ...ohio,
A large Btoak f fin and Staple Oooda oa hand."
ySl-dtl
SUNDRIES.
FtRINA, TAflWCW,
un Arrow Root.
Bios Flour , Scotch Oat Weal .
Pearl Barley Spill Peas
Cracked Wheat Chocolate
Ooeo ' Broma, ete.
Oreaatirtar, Boda
Fs Prunes
. Beadles, talslnt v. F'esb Tomatoes
Peaches Green Core
Vro Cano d Frails of erery deeeiiptlen;
Jellies ol all kinds-,-Flaroring
Ixtracttof sll klrts.
Gam Drops: Mixed Osndies;
Almonds, Filberts, Pecon Nuts,
Bnrlish Walnuta, Bruil Nuts.ete,
MS wm Mcdonald,
E. foVCOLLISTERi
WheleeaU ana Retail Healer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
' tfoi' C5 TVth Street, , ,
PIT. .SBUROn, Pa.
Keest
lonatantlr n ban all Uto TA
rieaa BUANatH of .
Oct. wt-sy .
Laces and Embroideries,
VALENCIENH,BIaLTEE POINT
Lace Oollaraand Belts. rmch. Pu.her and Thread
I.wa Vils (nw paltrros ) ValeneienM, Thread and
Pitnt Laoes, Kmbroiilered Collsrs, Setts, Trlmnlnssand
' Skirls. loe Barbee and Colffores, PUin Llnsn Collars,
Bails and Cutfs,Bmbroilered Collarl CnBsta etta.
fcbS2 : o. 89. Ionia High Street,
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Ooanocllng at OreaUInt with the PITTSBURGH, FT
WAYN1S A CHICAGO RAILROAD .
JTbf rilUburai, IkUadJpMa and alHmor. Mto
. ' for Tori Wayns and CXioaffo. -
ConnccUng at Olereland with the LAK1 BB0R1 BAIL'
BOAS .
ForDoaalrki Buffalo, Albaar. Boa
tome and Maw Kork.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
.: XXOKPX BCNDAT,
- from Oolumbna, la eonnectlon with Trains oa the
LITTLE WIAWI AND ' OOLVJfflBUS
AND XEN1A HAILROABS.
FIRST TRAIN. '
NIODT JXPBE8g.-L.aTee Oolumbue at 3.40 A. at I
will ieare paaaengerf at all etationa aouth of Gallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley Oardlngton and Ollead, and
at all itatlona north of Gallon, arrivlnc at Olereland
at 9:45 A. M., Dunkirk 3:35 p. M.. Buffalo 5 8SP. at.
Albanr 5:00 A. at.. New York 10:30 A. at.. Boetoa 4:30
P. M . Pittaborth Tla Oreetllna 3:S0 P. at . Philadel
phia 5: 10 A. at. Chicago rm Creetllneat8:iM)P. U.
8B0OND TRAIN.
KKW T0RK EXPRESS Learea Oolumbna at 11:10
a. m. Will atop at Lewis Centre, Delaware, Oardinxton,
Gallon. Oreetlloe, Shelby, Mew London, Wellinntoa and
Grafton, arrlre at Olereland at 3:85 p. m.; Dunkirk,
9:00 p. m.i Buffalo, 10:45 p. m.; Albany, R:45a. m.;
New Yolk. S:30p. Boaton. 4:40 p. m.i PltUbureh.
aOretlloe. 8:S0p. m.i Philadelphia, 10a.rn .0on-
neoUat Shelbr for all pointe on Saaduikr. Manafleld k
Newark R. north ot Bhelby. .
THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leares Oolumbna
at 3:i0 p. m. Will stop at all (tatlons South of Bbelby,
and at New London, Rochester, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arrire at Olereland at 9:10 p. m.i Dunkirk,
8:50a. a.; Buffak,4:20a. m.; Albany, 3:30 p.m.: New
York, 9:30 p m.; Boston. 11:45 p. m.f Pittsburgh, via
Ore.tliDe.at 2:10a. m.i Philadelphia, 5:15 p. m., Con
neolt at Sb'lby for all points on Sandusky, MassOeld fc
Newark Railroad. -
Patent Sleeping Cari are ran 'on all
Sight Trains to Chicago, Sew
' ; York and Boston.
Baqgao Cktdcti Through to Km Tort and Bottm
via IMtntiand: alto, to fMlaatlpMa ana
Jta York via Cntttin.
RETURNING-.
Night Express arriree at Oolumbna at... 11:43 P. M.
Oiocinnatl Kxpresa -, " 11:10 A.M.
AccommodaUon, " . " " 0:10 P.M.
Fare aa Low aa by any other Haute.
All for Tichtivia Cinllitor Cleveland.
S. 8. FLINT.
Superintendent, Olereland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTER80N, Agent,
Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, April 15, 1851. . ,
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus '& Wheeling,
CONNECTING VIA
BELLAIRE AND WHEELING
WITH THB
BALTIMORE & OHIO R ft,,
AND YIA
Bellaire . and Pittsburgh
WITH THB
Pennsylvania Central R R.,
FOB
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Cities.
NO. 1 1XPRE8S
Leares Oolumbns at 3 30 A. M.i stops at at! stations east
or Newark when signalled. Arriree at Newark at S:ati A.
M.. Zaueerille at 6:00 A. M.. Bellaire at 10:20 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore A Ohio B. R-, and f la
Pittsburgh with pennsyirania a. K. for all aasum cities.
NO. S 1XPBISB
Leares0olnmbua at 11:18 A. M.; stops at all stations
when signalled. Arrtrea at Newark at 12.48 A. M.,
ZaneSTille at 2:04 P. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 P. M., eon
necting with the Baltimore Ohio R. B. for all eastern
cities. -
NO. 3 BXPRB8B
Leares Columbus at 110 P. M.: stops at all stations when
signalled. Arrirei at Newark at 4.30 P. M.. Zaomrllle
atS:40 P. a., Uellalrs at v:45 P. At., cuuueotlog Tla
Pittsburgh with the fsnnayiranla . a. for all outers
cities.
This Route offers the ADYANTAGI of a Through
Ticket and Baronse Check to WASHINGTON CITY.
and also sires the Passenger the prirllege of Tisitlng
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NBrT-YORK, at
the oost of a New-York Ticket alone; or tha prirllege of
rlslting all of the principal SEABOARD CITIES at the
coat of a BOSTON Ticket alone, Tla other Routes.
Through Tickets to NBW-YORK can be procured via
WABUlNUlun uni.es an aoaiuonai expense oi vz
Time as Qaick and Fare as Low
As on other Routes.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
ASK FOR TICKETS TIA
Colnrubna and Bellaire or Wheeliaa;,
JNO. W. BROWN,
Apr. 15. m. Tlctot Agm$.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
CHEAT NATIOriAL ROUTE.
TERniNATEtt AT WASHINGTON
and Baltimore on the Xaat, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkersbarg on tha West, at which places It nodes
with Rallroada, Steamers, Ac, for and from all points
In the
Weat. fontbweat ana North-west
IHBEE TSAISS DAILY
FOR ALL THB EASTERN CITIES.
This the only route to Washington City.
PuMnMrebr'thls rout su Ttilt Baltimore, Phila
delphia. New York and Boston, at tha oost ot a ticket to
Boston alons by other lines.
Through tickets to the Rasters elUes oaa be procured
Tla Washington 019 at an additional charge of two dot-
lars.
lima fl.ai Arucna To aU Rislt Taaiat,
3ma qwtok and fan at Joss os wsa any olAsr
rosiM. '
Inquire for tleuett rts Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any Of the principal Aauroaa omcm in umi ? nt, '
4. 11- SUilUIU,Wlll nnwr.
Bnii.ma, Ohio,
h. a. OOl. a, General Tioaai Agent,
W. P. SMITH. Maslar Transportation,
octSB-tf. HALTmoaa, Mil
IMPORTED O00DS.
JTJBT RECEIVED
80 oases Italian Oil, Barton A Co., for table ass.
If! vrmcn musiaro. mTonie Drmoaai
5 Boned Sardines, ths BUST Sardines Imp'td
4 " of Capers ana uiiTsa.
ft H Table Sauoee "Lea A Psrrln's Worcester-
anira. poyer e oniiana," -rfonn puu,'-
"Marrey," "Reading.''
10 "
Tftdot
Walnnt and Tomato Catsup.
Cross A Blackwall's celebrated Inglish
Pickles, eonsletlng of "Osnliflower," "PW
aallll." CbowOhow." "Walnnt," -Km
Ion," "Cabbagw," "Beans," "aherk's"
M'z Plekles.
SO " London Porter
10O " OampbsM's oelebrated Scotch Ale.
6 eases Singer Preserrea. .
Stboxas Italian Maearonl and Termadlla.
Oox'a Oelatina.
Oolnaaa'e oelebrated Bngllah Mustard, la kegs, boxes,
ns and bottles. , .
bo37 ' WM. McBORALS
J0B3 H WEXXLXB.
A CENT FOR HOBIEe CONTIWENTALs
MmB.TTAK, 8ai parrr, at d laruas Fins Ins. Co.'
New Toaaj MsacaAirrs' ana urrr rma or aaaTroas
Haw Toa UitaM uoin. moTcaa um. .
Office, St Hlga St., Bawage'e Sfi .
eW-dly ' ' '
Alexandre's Kid Gloves. ...
PLAIlt AND EBIBROIUEHED. "IOCS.
01 KT AI RB and rssnlsr shape Black BldOlorea.
embroiitend in white, nsaenta. purple. tu. Undressed-
Rid QloTee. Misses Kid Oloree. A eompleU assortment
of these celsbrated Q lores always for sals by
naiii
A BOW.
(em
Flo. 99 South nigh street.
r-
Oaatoa Mattings. .
4, 4, -4t Walto aa HeA aai
Whits Cheeked of superior iaallry. For saM by
bain soar,. i
mlS) : Ke-Wasuthnifhst.'
Co-Fartnership.
If AVE Till" BAT ADMITTED BIT
son JAMBS ADOBR BAIB as partner In my bust
as which will hereafter be conducted ander the na
of Vain A Son. P( BAIM, ooain siigB at,.
aolnmbus. IeD li. It I.
. ..-.. 1 ft f.Vr
OHIO STATE3UAH
iFMIIII
Nos. 36, 33 St 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES !
. ' 1
AGCUBACT. CHIAFSESS. "DISPATCH
H AVI If O MOVED INTO MT
NEW BUILDING,
I- ::.y' 1 HAVE
BOOK S JOB DEPARTMENTI
VrHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
- WITH 7-,.'-
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, fitc
FROM THB OILRBRATIO F0UNBBY OF '
C. T. WHITE ft CO.," NEW T0EK,
THUS MAKING IT TUB , " ! t
Host Complete ; Establishment
1ST THE . CITY, y '
I aa row prsparad to Xzstmta aU Ordtrs for
BOOK AND JOB
. puiNTiisra;
WITH DISPATCHI
And la tha Host Approved Ityla of the Art i
. . . .
F ARTICULAR ' ATTBHTIOH PAID TO '
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
3P H. I 3NT T I CJ- . ;
Bills of Lading-, Circulars,
asm aaeisasf di.ii m vmn :
Certlfieutea, Receipts.
Bray Tlcketa, . Reajlatera,
HOW CARDS & BILLS LN COLORS;
CHXCXB, :
CARD!,
HXASrSGB,
BOTES, -I '
E1IVE10PES,,
CONTEACTS.
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Ihow Bills, Hjtnd Bills, labels, Concert Fro
graanea, School and coilega Bonemes, no
Ul Bills of Faro, IsnUtions, As. -
Book "W orlt
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and Coilega Catalogues, . 3
XisetllanMns rampnlsts,
Constitntionf, Beports, Briefs, As
Printing' in Gold and Colors
I O S T ES 3FL S
Printed in Irsrj Color on a . V- -
UammothHoe Cylinder,
Ins only Frets of Us kind in Central Ohio. ,
Mr facilities Sir dolns any and all ef the abore deaorlp-
Hons of work, an now ausuniaassd, and aatistaotloa will
be guaranteed In all oases. -
llrAU work lurmsbed prompuy ny tns nma promisea.
.... RICHARD NBVIMS.
Ths Court of Comnton Flsas, Franklin Coun
ty Ohio.
Sarah 7. Walton ) '
ts. Bale In Partition, .
Hum mm mr . .
I If PCKSUAWCE OF AN ORDER Or
the said Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at
publio auction, at the door of the Court House, In the
city of Oorombus, on
Tuesday, May 7th, 1861,
ths following described real estate, situate In Norwich
township, franklin county, Ohio, to wit:
Part ol us w . D. jsenaeia eurrvj, no, m, oounaeu
as follows: Beginning at a stone In ths road leading from
Oolumbna to Dublin: being tha soatn-caateny comer to
lot No; one. In the surrey In proceedings In partition to
Michael Walton; thence witn tne ooutn line or sau lot
No. LB. eSdecreea W. 149 poles, toa atone south west
erly corner to said lot; thenoa with the westerly line
thereof, N. 27 degrees W. 31 80-100 poles to a stone,
north westerly corner of said lot, and eornsr to land be
longing to the heirs or A polios Bogers; inence witn tnetr
line N. 17 X degrees W. 40 poles to a stake , another oor
ner to said heirs' land; thance with another of their lines
S. 54 denses. W. 381 poles to a stake and stone la the
original west Una of the surrey, and aouth-wsst corner to
saidneir a lanat inenos wim ujo ongiiim, nuc ui mKi mur-
to. 8. 43 donees 30 minutea,B . 73 poles to a stone. north
easterly eorner toa tract of land of two hundred acres
eonreyed by Abner Olepp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
17, 183S; thenoe with his line SI. 63 degrees, B. 301 poles
to atonenotherooraer of said Clapp's land;theoos with
another of his lines 8. 87 degrees, B. 14 80-100 poles to
another eorner of aaid Olspp s land; thence with another
of hia kmea N . S3 degrees at. 148 po lea to a atone, another
ef ram Olapp's earners; thence with another of ha lines
I. g7 degrees a. 12 poies to a eione, anoueroi eeM
Clapp'a corners: thenoe with another of hia lines N. S3
degrees B. SI poles to a stone, north easterly corner to
mid Olapp's land; thence N. 6flX degrees W. poles
and 14 links; thence If, 11 degrees W, following
the Dublin Road seTenty-eignt poles to tne negin.
nine, containing 873 acres, be the same more or
lest; and also. In the same surrey, 6S4, and
adiolnins the abore described tract, another tract of S
3S-IU0 acres, bounded as follows: beginning at a atone
south-easterly corner to the abore described tract, thence
N. OOX B. 11 poles and 6 links to a stone In the
Dublin Road from which a eheiry trow SO inches
In diameter. bears If. 34 degreee a. 69 links, then
N. 11 u dearaes B. 17 Doles and IS links to a post, from
which a walnut 19 Inches In dlsmeter bears B. 46 de
grees B. 8 llnksdlstant, thence N. 27 degrees W. t poles
and 81 links to a stone In ths south line of Henry Mo-
Oracken'e land; thence H. li degreee w. poles and
S link, to a noat in the Dublin Road, B, B. corner to
said MoCracken's land; thenoe 8. 10 degrees B. M poles
and IS links to a post, inence a, ox aegrecs m,' poles
and IS links to ths beginning. ;
Xxotptlng from said two irscts.ine rouowing oescnosa
part thereof, heretofore set en so Kllsabeui Armlstead,
iteMrtbNlaarolloWB: uonuDnnnR nun pmurtHim
ner of Michael Walton's land abors mentioned; thence
nmh .rith the uabiin roaa s roas; inence wesierir on
a line parallel with the said Michael Walton's south line
B. OS degrees S3 minutes W . ii poles; thenoe N. 17 do
mes 30 minutes W. 6870-1W poles; weneo N.Mdo
grees B. 71 60-100 rods; thenoe 8 17 degrees 30 minutes
utsuMMW poles; inence o. x. uc.icrw a. jv wiu.
poles; thenoe It. OS degrees St minutes a. M poles to
tlKhMlnnlne. eontalnina forty acrea. The property to
he moid aa an entire tract, estimated at two hundred and
forty acres, and appraised at aau per acre. .
Tnu. o Sals. One third In nsnd an dsy of sale.
balanes IS one and two years from day of sale, with In
terest secured by mortgage- . - w ,
April 9,ie61,-dlt-Aw4w. ' ' - SharW.
WHO SHOULD USE
J. BOVEE PODS
DR.
IMPERIAL WINE 4. BITTERSi
All who are afflicted with Incipient Oonsompttoa or
Weak Lungs should uss them. . . ,
All who ouBor from Weak Btomaoha, Indigestion, Pya
pepsla or PUes should ass tnsm. - .- , n
an whe anffer from Oeneral or VerwoasDsMl
BeaUesaneat at Bight, Want of Sleep, Ao., should, eat
them.
All nsraoBs who are soantesosntafter Srvsr ar ether
aleknssssnouiouseuiem. . . .
Ministers of ths flospel, Lawyers, Lecturers, and a!
publio speakers should use Utem. .
Book Keepers,and sll persona leading a sedsntajry If
tbeuM ass them. . . ,
The aged and roSnaiaoau ass mesa. " - '
All who require a stimulant or tonic should ass them.
All who are addicted to the use of ardent spirits and
wish to Inform, should ass them
They are made of a pare Sherry Wtncaod of the na
Uwm nunt. uhI kerbs of ths sountrr. and ahould be re
commended by temperance societies, eiergjmsB, phyaV
ane,andalirrlewlsoi nomaoiiy. ,
Thai era nrenared to aa aperienewS aai sMHM thy.
Bklan, and, aside from their medicinal prowertiee area
uat d.li.htful bsTerace. sad ret, as a medleme, are as
lanooentandnarmleasaathe dswsof hearea 0( -;, i
CEABXXI .WIDDUI&LI CO., FieprlelorB,
. . i..t Wllllasi at., Mew TorK.i
ROBOTS fAXITJZL, Areata,
.- 3 i'-:i.-I ' i't.7i 3 eoiaaabaa, Ohio
eptaOdAwly. 1 '
Gents Isinen Sb'rt 'Collars,
y-v atTrvniou oitalitt. m n
orrERfoii quality, in oar.
LI BOTB, Standing, Byron, Peisiriiar, Renfrew and
other new shapes. Hemmed Pocket Uacdkerrhlers. Keek
Ties. Stocks, Street and Rrenlng G lores. Half Hose of
erery kind, Under Garments and all (was oi uenw ,n
Sricss., I -
foN? 1
streitf zh
nubin. uooas m bioh www ana w " r 1
7 - BAIN A BON,
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KNAPP 8c CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
(..-. Ui-. . " '
cclSSmwdAiHha -
weekly ohio Statesman.
-1 3 : "HATI5(3 A CIB0OXATI0N
, HXQn BT' bTTZSAL THOTJIaHSS
Than any other paper b Ohio, outalda of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Adyertising
. Which OAHHOT FAIL to bring
S...S. aam a.Mieeej Its MeMra.
To those who Inks sd ran tags ef them.
'rum WEEKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed ss It Is through erery Pott Offlce In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage I Taluafcle, and who seldom set ths
; Dally Bdltlons of city Journals; and as only
A Limited Bomber of Advertisements
Are Inserted In Its columns, sppoprlately and
! HASlOMEtV mwt I
rm CAJTROT TAIL TO ' ' .
ttxAot jA.ttozitlon
I .'OF ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
' Adrsrtlsing la the WISELY 8TATB8MAH will fia
i It adrantagous In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which If almost certain to follow aa extensrre dlssemls
. atloa ' j knowledge of their business '
AMOHQ COUBTET : SEALERS !
j ADTBRTI8BM1NTI DtTIHDBD FOB
The "Weekly Statesman
I Should be handed la before Friday noon. '
MCWanOtTOHD BT THB LATB ' -
SIR A8TLEY COOPER.
-OT IOWMW, AWB
DB. VALENTINE ZIOTT
Tf Sknowiedrsd Beads of tha Frofsaalatt ts tfthe
. mmiapners.
Tne best Slnntla. Tonia. .nil v
Finest Extract of the ITAUAH JDITEPHa
B&tutz. The rarest and Moat umtlv Hin b.
t.n. .
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
imvai iiari p Tn Tur cirar
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND HOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Sale, Plnta and Onart. Kv am
rlMMi m . .
.wvm, wroesr, or scroll try JueroAant,
1 i u . tj ..
100K 0OT FOB Bftana
LO N D O N GIN 8.
tHARLES LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO
.i liXmporterg, 01 Liberty St., 1 .
Sou in Oslambns by - '
, MoKBB A BB8TIBATTX, '
Wboleaale sad Betall Orecers, Btateemaa Building.
, ; ,0. A. W AON KB. ana ethers. '
la 01aelnnaU, by SUIBB, BCK8TBI5 A 00,,
oeSS-deedAlyw 1 and others.
EAHOT nRKBR BILKH, 't- -' "
IAH0X PBBSI BILKS, ; '."'' "
i ..... FAHOI DBBSS BILKA, ' '
We are bow eSerlag ear hnmenes stock of Fancy Dress
Silks at prices less khaa erer before offered la this dry.
The attention of the ladies of this otty sad Ttcrnlty Is
SPBIUG AND SULlfJER
IP
MMi f V" S llVSulUJm, U
I Um'.J -J K1"'. U
fYJ; mtmViA!-
j VZurf 'mil V- lP iu ii.i e'U..r
T)LACK STRAW BONNET AM D tJUm I
rant Blbbona, la great Yaslety at JUIa'aV l 1
eetS ' Bo. iii. LUghUmtJ-
I ' ,-'m..ii;v,iil)yh-- ' J
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:;:;:ai;J8.
H7I INVITB ATTBNTIOS to soms of th most ex
Inordinary cures by my j
. PECTORAL SYRUP. j
They are at home, and any one who has doubts oaa In
quire of the parson who hare been cured by.lt, j
DR. KIYBER IS PRBPABSD AT ANT TIMB TO
BXAMINB LUN08 WITHOUT CIIARQBi FOB ALL
THObB WHO NEED BIB HBDIOINBB. i
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS A ease of Are years'
landing oured by DB. EE YSBB'B PEOIOBAX 8XBUP.
rrrmoioH, Jan. 11, 1860.
: Da. Krrssa: My wife has been afflicted with a bad
oongb ana difficulty oi breathing, ior ore or six ysars,
which, for sereral years back, had gradually Increased In
Tiolence. The oomplalqt has been hereditary, sad shs
had been treated by seTeral physicians without any re
lief. In this state of her case, I procured some of your
Pectoral Oough Syrup. I bought, tha Brat time, a fifty
oent bottle, whtoh reliered herrery much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
shs has now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness. I would also state that I used the medicine my
air tn a. mid end sonirh. - The medicine cured me br tak
log one dose I express my sntlre satisfaction with the
medicine, ana you are at UDcriy w puuiuu urn u 7, a
desire to do so. WM, WILBON,
Alderman Fifth Ward.
Prrrsaoaoa, Hoy. 18, 1858.
Da. Karata: Although not an adroeats of Patent
Medicines, In general, It affords me pleasure lndeeerlba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a medio! no
it I. wall worths the attention of any peraon who may In
any manner be afflicted with oooghs, oslds and hoarseness
of any hind, ana lor wo pecuuw quiinriran ,ur n
moring all that disagreeable sensation attending a as-
1 bare been, more or leas, In my life, affected with the
sererest of colds and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed as to prersnt my speaking abore
a whisper, and by taking a few doses 01 ue aoore syrup
Hamuld Uve me sntirelT. ' '
In leoommendlng this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
say that It la the beat remedy I erer found, purporting to
cure the abore, nor should any family be without tha
remedy for diseases so prevalent- .
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J.J0NK8,
Cashier Clllsens' Deposit Bank.
BTnauKTius. 0.. March 14. 1859
I hare used Dr. Keyser's Oough Byrup for a bad cough
of sereral years standing, and can cheerfully say It Is
the best medicine for the same that I hare erer taken.
J. W. FBIOA
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL
BYRUP. Da. Ksrnrm Dear Bin Bxcuee the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence or your Pectoral Cough
Byrup sooner. I take great plessurs in saying that It ia
all you say It Is. It knocked thoimot of myeottgk
and the worst one I was erer afflicted with: I hare not
used more than one-half of t he bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would firs lias fairs trial
ss I hare done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another suoh an
attack for any consideration, or at any coat. I am con
fident loan breathe more freely than I err did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt Of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy, sou are ai nooriy nnar nam
In this regard, aa you think proper. M. W. ruAl'T,
. . messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa,
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1B59,
N. B 1 am no stranger to ay fellow-eltlaens. and
who entertain doubta can consult me personally .
E. F. V,
PrrrssraoH. April 44, 1857.
READ TUB TRUTH. Da. Kmrsaa: lhaTeadauith
ter who baa taken sereral medicines for a bad oough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchssed from you a bottle of your PEOTOBAX
BYRUP, and before aha had ased half a bottle she wm
reliered. Xne second, pome cures ner nun 01 ner
cough. JUtin ijaul.1,
Robinson street, Allegheny.
A , ,Q.
A ORE AT CURB BY DB, KBYSBB'B I'BOTORAL
SYRUP. I lire In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced aoout
the stu of t abruary laat, ana oonunuea eignt mouina, a
mnlnTed the beat clinicians in the eountrr, and my
eouah oontinued unabated until early In October. - At
that time I was adrised to try your PEOTOBAL OOUGH
HTRHP.wnlca annarier j naauaenone
waa entirely free from the oougning ana split
donaired of erer settlor well, end I think U
I had
known that this valuable remedy will do for others what
It has done inmycase, Junn u. unu,
Witness B, M. Knta. ' " ' Peebles townhtp.
Parroa Tr., April 14. 1857.
A WONDERFUL. CURB. Some time ago, an old
neighbor of mine was rery HI, with a bad cough which
erery one supposed to be consumption. Bis relative.
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; his brother cams to see mm die, and all
were oonfirmed In the Deiiet mat ne eouia not uvs. j
had about the third of a bottle ol your Pectoral Sirup,
which I gare him, and It entirely cured him, to the aston
ishment of all. What makes the ease more remarkable,
a the extreme age of the man, he oeingaboutslghty years
eld. 1 have no aonbt tne reciorai snvea nis me.
JOBMM' GINNI8
; DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL BTltUF IN BLAIRS-
v ILLB. Please send ms another supply or your Tala
able "Pectoral Syrup." Almost tTsrybody around as
has the cold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Syrup.1' We bars sold sixteen bottles laat week, and are
now entire) ont. Mr. A, Alter and Mr. r. Maier, both
of BlairsTilie, Pa., tell' us they would not be without It
in their families, in ran, an wno use 11 once want It
again. Yours, respectfully,
. i. 8. WATTE R80K A SONS
January!. -.
ANOTHBR NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYBER'S
PECTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with acoua-b
and cold for several weeks so bad was it that I eould not
sleep. I had the adTtce and prescriptions from three ef
tbe uest physicians in tne city, wnoa loouiu name, out oo
not aoso, A nnsiiyprocuica ewuieoi jour jreoHirai
Syrup, which cured me entirely. Signed,
- Jr W. B1M0NT0N,
SOC Liberty street, PltUburgh, Pa., Jan. , 1800,
STOP THATJOOUOHINO.' 'Bow can I do UT "Oo
to Keyser's ou Wood street and get a bottle of his Oough
Pectoial, and If that don't ours you, your ease must be
desperate indeed." Ibis naspeotmenof the colloquy
one hears almost every day In cold catching periods of
the year. And ws can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In the adviser's admonition aa above, for we
hare tried tne "reciorai, ' in emou siuooom ease, witn
entire suocesa. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the most distressing, contrary, mulish, an.
subduable oougbs ws ever experienced sinos our advent
upon this mundane sphere, we oougbed steadily and
laboriously for one whole week. In hopes of tiring it out,
but It was no go. In fact it seemed rather to hare Inv
nmred b nractlce. and to hare acquired etrenrth.no ten
ey and dittrouUMity by the operation. Ia this stage of
tbe siege, we oournea our way 10 a,cysers, lev wood at.
procured a fifty ceut bottle of the "Pectoral;" took It
aooordlog to directions, and In forty-sight hours ws were
master of the field, the enemy baring unconditionally
surrendered, alter a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary aa Keyser's famous "Oough
Ptotoral." vrovmtvw vitppor, so. je, soov.
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP Is prepared and
sold by Dr GEOKQB B. KEY8EB, 140 Wood Street.
P"9!2?rgn,ra.
J Bold m voiumoua ey ausaais ea BJtmuaii
rpOfl
OTIIACHE KEMEDY. . i
A BTJRB C'UKK.
Prepared and sold by
Dl.OEO.H. KEYBIB,
Fries,! cents.
lit) Wood St., PltUburgh, Pa.
JO Boia in Columbus by ROBBRTS A BAMUBL.
oct'fiSuwdOm,
Watches! Diamonds II Silver War III
A CHOICE A80HTITIE!1T Of COLD
and Silver Watches, In grest variety.
I am Agent for the Aaaauaa Watch Oo , and oaa
sell tnese exceneni nannes at uanuiaciurera piu
nhr Whalmli or Betall.
Coma and choose from my beautiful display ef Die.
monda and othsr rich Jewelry. Styles new prices low.
As to Silver Ware of sterling quality, I can show new
patterns, very uanusome
Silrer Plated Ware, Tea Belts, Cms, Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers, Goblets, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac.
Then I bars supply of floe Table Cutlery, Pocket
KnlTee. Baaora. ke.. andjnany Fancy Goods such as
srs desired for presents at such prioee as are an Indace-
msnl to the purchaser. wm. iinn,
l.o, if Docey jsiocu. -
aarSl North aide State Boues square;
- 1
GOLDEN nil.L agllHTS, . .: . j ,.;
GULDEN HILL SHIRTS,
OOLDBhT BILL BUIRTB.
Ths pattern of Iheas shirts are new. Ths Bodies, Yokes,
sleeres and bosoms are formes to at the peraon with ease
and eomfort. The mars upon eacn one deaisnaunt the
alas may be relied on as bein g correct, and each ahlrt Is
guaranteed well made. A full stock of all qualities
constantly for sale at '' BAIN'S, ,
aoTws. - no, as aoaia xiiga tress. .
TEL LA SHAW LSI STELLA
SHAWLS 1 1 In all desirable colors, and at Tsry
greatoargalns. . . ,, nam as isua.
No. 89 South I' lib street,
fir,,..
j Kf
Je thVe
Itertelbj.
rSa
c90io-,"5i
CURE '5
CiervousHGadache
By ths ass of these Pills ths perlodlo attack! of Ner
tows ar Sick Btaiath may be prerented: and If taken
at ths eommsnoemeat of an attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained. .
. They seldom fall la removing the JTauua and
ooAs to which females are so subject.
They act gently apea the bowels removing Cbttfs
asst. , j
For UUrary JTen, audont. Delicate Female
and all persons of sdikw kobtf, they are ralua
u a JsoMew, ImproTlng ths oppoUtt, giving ton ,
etfsr to ths digestive organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity and strength of the whols system. '
TBI CEPHALIO PILLS sre ths retail of long laves
ligation and care fully eonduoted experiments, having
been la ass many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
lug from Bsadaohe, whether originating in the fteroottt
system or from a deranged state of the ttomach. ;
. They are entirely vegetable la their composition, aa
may be tak rn at all times with perfect safety without
Baking any change of diet, and th otme$ of arty
dUaarttabU lasts reader si easy to odmtnUter thorn
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS I
The genuine hare five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box. '
Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers tn Medicines,
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of ths
Prloo, QO Oexxtts.
All orders should be addressed to ,
, HENHT (I. SPALDING,
' 8 Cedar street, New Vera.
THE FOLLOWING INDORSEMENTS OF -
SPALDING'S
'1:1 1 ' 1
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
HEADACHE,
THAT A
8PEEDY ABO SUES CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
At (Asm TuUmonialt worm vntolicited bjW. Spald
ins, fAsy oxford untpmtionable proof afth$ tffl
cooy V fA truif soientfyfo dfacovery.
HASOirriua, Com , Feb. S, 1881.
Ma. BrALsna. ,
8m:
I bars tried your Cephalic Pills, and (fibs them to
tostf that I want yoa to sen a me two aonsrs worm more,
Pert of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gars
few out of the Brat box I got from you, ,
Bead ths Pills by mall, and oblige
Your ob t Servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
TUmroaD, Pa., Feb. 6, 1801.
Ma. IraiDtm.
. Buu
I wish yoa to send me one more box of yonr Cephalic
Fills, JAae rsoeicea a grma atai ojomnejttjromvum
Yours, respectfully,
, . - MARY ANN 8T0IKD0UBB.
Bntocs Cu, BoimoTnt Co., Pa., (
January 18. ItiGL . I
B. 0. BrALBim.
N Bra:
Toa will please and me two boxes ti your Cephalic
Pills. Bend them Immediately.
Respectfully yours,
JNO.B. BIMONS.
P. B.Ikae4 md cms tern of your fUU, and And
fAsmsmceMerif,.
Bsixa Ysmom, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1861.
Hmr 0. BrALDrm, Btq.
Please find enclosed twenty -Are cents, for which send
ms another bor of your Cephalic Pills. They art truly
Vie bmmt PUU I have mvtr tried. ... .
Direst A. 8TOVER, P. M .,
Belle Yernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
Bstbut, aUss.,Dso. 11, 1880.
H.O. trauma, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or Urge show bills to bring
your Oephallo Pills more particularly before my custo
mers. If yoa hare anything of the kind, please tend to
me.
One of or customers, who Is subject to lever sick
Headache, (usually lasting two days,) was cured of an
wmoow se ens nmr oy yomw jrtum, wnica 1 sent ner.
I . . , : heepectfully yours,
.' W. B. V1ILKB8
1 .
I ' RmtoLDssrjue, Fbarimw Co., Ohio,
1 " - January 9, lHil.
lau 0. BrauiaM,
No. 48 Cedar St., N. T.
1 n... a.
' Inclosed Bnd twenty fire cents, (25,) for which send
oox 01 --vepnaiwriiw." eena 10 aaaresa or Ker. Wm
V. ruier, Beynoiasourg, iransim uo., Ohio
1 inior. jwjnviw
Tour PiUt work
tucta
1 cAarns ours Headache at'
momt tnetanter.
Truly yours,
. WM, 0. FILLER.
Yimawn, Mica., Jan. 14, 1861.
Ma. BrALBtno.
Bra:
Net long since I sent to yon for a box of Cephalic Pills
ror ue cure 01 ue nerrous tieaoacne ana uostiveness,
and received the same, and they had to good sue tfeet
Htmjwaeinaucma to menu or mot. , .
Please send by return mail. Direct to
, . . .- . A. B. WHEELER,
i '.:....)'-. YpsilanU, Mich.
! . . Irom the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya
Cephalic Pills soroapltsh tha object for which the
were maue, Tia.i van 01 neanacne in an lis lorms.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.
They hare been tested ia more than a thousand cases
with enure
: -' From the Democrat, 8t. Cloud, Ulna.
If yoa ars. or hare been, troubled with the headache
tend for a box, (Oephallo Pills,) to that you may bars
Buna ia ease 01 aa attaca. -
From ths AdrsrUssr, Providence, R. I.
The Oephallo Pills are said to be a remarkably effeetlre
remedy for the headache, ana one of tbe very best ror
that rery frequent oomplalnt.whlch hat srer been dls-
00 Tared.
From the Western B. B. Oexette, Chicago, 111,
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpeuldlng, and his unrivaled
uepnauaruif. , . . . . .
f From the Kanawha Valley Btar, Kanawha, Va. '
Ws ars sore that persons suffering with ths headache
who try them, win suoa t uem. .
From the Southern Path Finder, Ns Orleans, La.
Try them! yoa that are afflicted, and we ars sure Out
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
list that hat received Dentins mat aa other medicine oaa
I' - ' ' From ths St. Loala Democrat.
Tb Immenas demand for ttta article (Cephalic puis
It rapidly inorcaalng. .. . , , 1
Proas fas Oaattts, Davenport. Iowa. '''
Mr. Spalding would not connect hit name with aa er
ode as aid not mow 10 posses real merit.
Vrr. single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
ISAiua win but an pmes imooH annually .rfu
, SPALDING'S pIbARED GLUE t
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
BPALDINQ'B PREPARED GLUE 1 '
i BAYB TBI PIB0B8I
jlOONOMTI- . .. DISPATCHI
., m"A Brrroa ta Tun Saras Wma.,,.CIl' '.
AsaeoMeauj will happen, even tat well rerulated fun-
II lee, it Is very desirable to have soms cheap and con
venient Way tor repairing Fumltare, Toys, Crockery,
? BPALDlNO'l PBEPAR1S GLUE " '
ts all such eaenenotes, sad no household can afford
to be without It. It la always ready, and up to the stick
' uawsuai an iimi aivuna.
a. B.A Brash aeoompantet each bottle; ' ' ' '
easts. i.i Aoawess,' -' "
nil-,,
i i.'-J,
j assai v. bpaldinh, '
No. t Cedar Street, New York..
1 '
CAUTION.
As ssrtala anprlBefpled persons are attempting to
iha off on the nnsuipeetlni Dublin. Imitation, of m
KS.PARBD 6LUa, I weald eautloa all wersons to ex-
aala before purcrmtHrr, and see that tlie full nana, ' '
r! JLrsrALllAflUSPBBPAB.klBOUiw.cUl '
ea theeataide wrapper; all others ate irrindimg cos
Bvv
.Mr-!
..N-.i
BaaBBaaBL
THE GREATEST
DISCOVERY
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY, OF ROXBORVi
has dlscoTsred In one of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that cures
Every Kind of Humor,
FROM
Ths worst SorofBla down to common FlmpI.
Be has tried It In erer eleven hundred eases, sad at.
sr failed except In two eases, (both thunder humor.) Be
has now In his possession orer one hundred cerUficatesof
Its value, an witnin twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sors
mouth.
One to three bottles will cure the wont kind ef Pimples
on ths face.
. Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worat canker la
ths mouth or stomach .
Three to five bottlei are warranted to ears ths wont
kind of Bryslpelss.
Ons to two bottles aia warranted to cure all humor la
the Eyes.
Two bottles are warranted to curs running e ths sera
and blotches among the hair.
Fonr to six botlss ars war ran tea to cure corrupt and
running ulcers.
Ons bottle will cure scaly eruption 01 ins sain.
Two or three bottles ars warranted to cure ths went
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure lbs most
desperate ease of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure sait-ansum.
Five to eight bottles will curs ths wont cast of scro
fula.
A benefit Is slways experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect curs is warranted when the above quantity Is
taken.
ROXBORT, MASS.
Data Mima: The reputation of the Medical Die
corery , In curing all kinds of humors, Is so wsll estab
lished by the unanimous voloe of ail who hare srer ased
It, that I need not say anything 'on the euhjeot, aa the
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggists ia
the country are unanlmoua In Its praise.
In presenting ths Medical Dlsoorery to yonr notice, I
do It with a full knowledge of Ita curative power, In re
llerlng all, and curing moat of those diseases to which
you are unfortunately so liable. That most excruciating
disease to an affectionate mother,
NfJKSIRO SOKE MOUTH,
Is cured aa If by a miracle; your own tempos la restored
to Its natural sweetness, and your baba from ahort and
fretlul naps to calm and aweet slumbers; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to yoar husband
and household.
In the more advanced stages of
OAHKEB
Iteitends to the stomach .causing
DYSPEPSIA,
which Is nothing but canker on ths stomach; then to the
intestines and
K I DN E YS,
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and aa Indifference a van .
to the cares of your family. ,
Yoar stomach h v ,
ISA W AND INFLAMED,
your food distresses you, and you can only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half
the nourlshmsnt It contains, aa tbe acrlmonous fluid of
the canker eata It opt then your complexion loaes Its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and yonr beat
day la rons.
For want of nourishment yonr system be-
comes loose and flabby
by, 1
and the fibres of your body be
come relaxed Then fallow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery Is peculiarly adapted to
cure;
1 sine, 1
the spice and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, Irregularity of the bowels, and alee,
that most excruciating of diseases, the
PILES.
How many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this dlsesse end pining away a miserable Ufa, and their
next door neighbordoes not know the cause. I wish to
impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An euaot
of prevention Is better than a pound of euro," Ia the
MEDICAL DISCOVERY
you have both the preTentatire and the cure, with that
great and good quality, that it will nerer, ander any
circumstances, do you any injury,
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
It especlaly Intended for dlaeases of ths blood, but sines
Its introduction In the Western States, It is found to be
the best
AGUE REMEDY
that was ererbefore the pnblio.
No change of diet erer necessary eat lbs best yoa can
and get enough of it.
Dusctiohs roa oaa Adults ons table spoonful tier
day Children orer tea years, dessert spoonful Chlldrsa
from fire to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions
can be applicable to all eonaltutions, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
Yours truly,
DONNALD KENNEDY.
Price B1.09 per bottle. For yerery drugglatla
the United States. sepSl-dAwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR,
An Effective, 8afa and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR '
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing fhs
Hair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, when there Is ths leut particle of vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an aneqaled gloss and brilliancy, makmi
s
it soft and silky In Its texture, and causing it to cur
readily
Ths great celebrity and increasing demand for this an
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial ia only necessary to aatl.fy a discerning public of Its
Superior qualities over any other preparation in ase. It
sieanses the head and acalp from dandruff and ether
cutaneous diseases, oauaing the hair to grow luxuriantly S
giving It a ricb, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair la loosening and thinning, it will give
strength and vigor to the roota and restore the growth to
hoes parts which have become bald, causing It to yield a
resh covering of hair
There are nundreda of ladles and gentlemen la New
York who have had their hair restored by the ase of this
Invigorater. whan all othsr preparations hare failed. L,
M. has hi his poiaeaslon letters innumerable testifying
to the abore facts, from persons of the highest redsecta- .
billty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until tbe latest period of life; and In cases where the half '
haa already changed ita color, the use of the Invigorator
will with oerteinty restore it to it to ita ong'oal hue, gir- ''
Ing it a dark, glossy appearance. Aa a perfume for the
toilet and a Hair Restorative It is particularly reoom- -mended,
having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities It sffords in dressing the hair, which, wbaa moist -.
with the Invigorator, can be dressed la any required
form so ss to preserve Ita place, whether plainor In curls;
hence the great demand for It by ths ladies aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wllhout,as ths price
places it within ths reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cent
per bottle, to be bad at all respectable Druggists and
' Perfumers.
L. MILLER would call the attention of Parents and
Guardians to the use ef his Invigorator, In eases where ' j
the children's hair Inclines to be weak. The use of rt ,
lays the foundation for a pood head of hair, as It re- '
moves any Impurities that may hare become connected
with the scalp, the removal of which is necessary both .
for the health of the child, and the futurs ranoearanca of '
ItsBalr. ,..-.,
Oadtios. None genuine without the fao-slmlle LOTTIE . ,
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL- '
LER'B HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y.. blowa in the"
glass.
Wh.Ul.ll TlMnAt. SA Tutw nA ant., h. -11 rt.
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world i
Liberal discount to purchasers by lbs quantity.
I also desire to pnsent to ths American Public my ' . - '
MZW AND IKTBOVED XN8TAKTA1TK0US
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean ot soientiflo experimenting, I hare
brought to perfection. It dyea Black or Brown Instant!
wlthoatinjury to the Balr or Skin) warranted the best
article of the kind In existence. , y
, , PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS. ,
Depot, 66 Dey St, New York.'
OetSH:dAwly. ............ :
ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'fi. '
HEfflMEDSTITCHED LINEN HAND
kerchiefs, very wide hsms.
Embroidered Linen Handk g all prices. .
Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do. , ,
do de ' colored borden. ' '
Mourning do . - black borden .
do do new style cross stitched.
-' , Pine Apple do new patterns. . . . -
Miises' Plsln and Hemmed stitched do all prices.
Comprising the most select assortment In the city sad
at lowest prices. -' BAIN A SUN,
(tbiai i . , , no. w south atigh street. tt .
SlENTLEMEN'S
FURNISHING
VJT CttvODN
Nontlba In Nana- Tim anil Mnarfj. r ' ' ' '
' Byron and Oerrote OoJlan. 1 '
; . . Embroldsred Pocket Usndkerehlafs
' Paris Kid Olovea, superior make. ?i . .1 : : : '
Golilsn Hill Shlrte, vsrlous stylet,. .
Boye' Golden Hill Shlrta,. do ; - V
1 Driving and Street Gloves, do ; -
1 Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, rarious styles.
) Half HouandOndsr iiuit, m;
apriB.f. V.-M . 'No. W South High street, '.
W-WTBWSBt
S1ANTLE BAHASES, BOTH
W Whits and Black, Just received at
MINK MUFFSi' VIOTUttinas anauurrs ws are '
now selling at very low prices, also all other kinds
fashionable furs.
PKTR BAN B.
decs I.
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LIEDICAl
Na.SS South High tt.
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