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. 0 JUST RECEIVED BT ,
30 tfortk High Street,
0m of the Larfsst and Beet Mooted tawi
'',;',;'", Of ,
;, -:()jUl:'ifH oniuD i this cityi
... House Builders! . FaraisMngs
" !' " Of IVIRY inU AND QUALITY.
' French America
tTcriwAoW GHass!
- PAINT BOTJND II OIL,
.a . t. half round cans tor lamlly use, snd Dry
Brushes of every variety & quality,
' ' :; ".K " ,'A gpiendld Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS. .
"AXES GRINDSTONES, bo.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, 4o.
T'e '' FISHING TACKLE
ROPE 4 CORDAGE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
. BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
. SCYTHES, Ac,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially invite U attention of ill Interested to my
took of fookot and Table cutlery, ana
SILVER PLATED FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fcc,
of atOGBURo It BRO'B. Manufacture, warranted to bs
atnbeiTy.KlMtro-FUtxd.on geoulns Albatta.
Country Merchant, Mechanics, sod others, kit Invited
to tall and examine my Stock, Hlia prepared to sell
Wholesale and BetsU. WM. A. GILL.
OolUBbtt. Ohio. Msy 8, I860.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCERIES
No. 106 South High Street
wm. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL ' HEIR VARIETIES.
Daily rrlwal of Geoda
For
the Fall and Winter Trade
Of 1860-61.
ICfBETUHMIJIO SINCERE THANKS
TO THE PCBLIO for put fTori and patron
age, and being DETEBniKED to MEBIT
MtHnunoS W MBS 07 ..-.--.
Urnee, snd prompt dellTerr Goads,
I would osll the notice of the public to the bet that
having s Large sod well selected .;. ou
hud, and being In daily receipt of goods from the differ
tnt market, I flatter myself tint lew offer to the tau
ten of Oolaabus, or to say who msy desire to parctsM.
-rtmt of srtteloi sppertslnlog to tbeGROCERY
trade, CNEQCALED by soy home In the dty.
tbs pries sod qullty of the goods offered, I guar
too to kit eatisiaciioo.
Good Delivered Free of Charge.
9t2j - WM. McDONALD
Baltimore Clothing
House.
eft? ULUM,
. HuiorAcnTsats aro wbolssalb bbauou a
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W. Baltimore-street,
(swrwan uisxtt aits ovabb,)
BALTIMORE, Aid
A tarte AMorOMut ol Jleee ud rumiihlDg
Booda ContUatlr oa Eaad
Octawiy
TftTllJLlAXXl. Li Grill
- COLDOBIIS, OHIO
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store,
DEAUR I"
GENERAL HARDWARE,
MAILS, GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, OORDAQB, '
Ctana, Pistole, Wood Willow Ware,
ether and Rubber Belting,
host- '
Taos Leather, Boss sod
soi-diy
DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Corner of High and 6ay Bta.,
No. GO,
rtoLiinBlJS.H. OHIO.
A targa itook of fine and Staple Oooda on band.'
vn-dtf
SUNDRIES.
TAPIOCO,
Arrow Root,
, , Scotch Oat Nest
' RplitPeas
TTVAUIIHA,
Base
Rica float
Pearl Barley
i Cracked W heat
Coco
. Crease Tartar, ,
..tie
. Seedless Ralslae
Chocolate
Bmsia, ete.
Bods , . .
Prunes
Preeh Tomatoes
Ones Corn
Feacbee
ffk Oaon'd f relta of every descrlpllea;
Jellies et aiistnast
t IsvorlBf Bxuacteof all klrls.
. t Qua Drops; Mixed Oandiee;
Almonds, rilberta, Peoon Nuta,
. En. Uah Walnuts, Brwll Nute.eto,
MB! i T. ,. WM. llcDONALD.
E: r.VCOLLISTER,
HTliolesalo anst Motall Dealer In
tobacco; snuff & cigars
.. No., S3 Fifth Street, :-.
PIT S BUR OH, Pa.
Kooa
-.oastantlr on hanel all the Ta
rt one VHANtil Of
Xxn.roartocl Oisoro.
Oct ai i ' '
' laces and Embroideries,
VALENCIKNE,mCTESE POINT
LaceOollarssnd Belts. Irench, Pu.her end Thread
tans Veils (new patterns.) Waleodenee, Thread snd
P V'mhrul.l'red Collsrs, Bells, Trimmings snd
tu I ' l'k.' and Culllures. Plain Linen Collars,
nd Lnna, kuiLroMered
. v, No. S9. South High Street.
ef
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Ooanectlof at Oreitllos with the PltTBBDEQH, IT,
' WATNB a 0DI0AOO RAILEOAD
Jbr fUMuroh, fMlacUlpMa and BMmort. Jlto
for Ibrt Wayn and OMcago.
Oonnectlof st ClereUod with the LAKE gHOEl BAIL
ROAD
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Bos-
THREE TRALNS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
from Oolambnt, in eonnectlon with Tnim on the
LITTLE miAjni AND COIU1TIBTJS
AUAEAIA1I4I LflVADil
TIEST TEAIN.
NIQHT EXPKE98. Lrsrei Oolumhai et 3.40 A. lit
will leave peusogere st all ftntione south or Ualln,
top st Delanre, Aihley. Oardington and Oll-td. and
at all itatloni oorth of Oallon, arriving at Olereland
atv:uA. n.. vnniir(9:as r. n bodtlo orar. n.
Albany 5:110 A. M., New York K:30 A. M.. Boaton 4:30
r. M , Pituburgh via Oreitllne I'JO P. M , Phlladel'
phia S:l A. H. Chicago Tie OreeillneatS.'SOP. it.
8B0OND TBAIN.
NEW YORK EXPREi.H Leave, Columbm at 11.1U
a. m. Will iton at Lewi, Centre, Delaware. Cardiogtoo
Oalion Oretliiiet 8helb, New Lo-don, We!liotoa and
Orarton, arrive at Cleveland at 3:ii p. m.i Dunkirk,
0:00 p. m.i Muffalo, 10:iS p m : Albany, H:5a. m
Newtoik. 2:30 p. m.; Buton, 4:40 p. m i PltUburgh,
via Oreetllne, 6:!0 p. m.i Pbilade luhla. 10 a. m . Con-
necttat 8helby for all point, on Saoduiky, Uanaueldk
newari a. norm or enemy. .
THIRD TRAIN
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave, Columttu,
at 3:20 p . m. W ill atop at all station. South of Shelby,
sod at New London, Rocheater, Wellington, fl radon,
and Berea; arrive at Cleveland st 9:10 p m ; Dunkirk,
:50a. m.; Buffalo, 4:20a. m.i Albany, 3 30 p. m.j New
York, 8:30 p m. Boaton. 11:4S p. m.; Pltttburgb, via
urettune,at xiua. m.j rmiadeiiinia, a: 13 p. m., uon
neett at Hhelby for all point! on 8uBduaky, klananeld k
Newark Railroad.
Patent Sleeping Cari are rnn on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boston.
Bagtago Chtckti Through to New Tort and Bottom
via LKreana; also, to riMaaeipma ana
Stw iorkvia Orettline.
RETURNING.
Night Express arrives at Columbus at.
,11:45 P. M.
)I:10A. M.
8:10 P. U.
, Cincinnati Kxnreas
Accommodation,
Far as Low as by anyotber llonte.
Aik for Tiekttt eta Crttllineor Cleveland.
B. S. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbua, Ohio.
Colombui, April IS, 1631.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & . Wheeling,
CONNECTING TIA
BELLAHIE AND WHEELING
WITH THE ,
BALTIMORE & OHIO'R
AND VIA
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
" wituthb
Pennsjlvania Central R R.,
FOB
Boston, Near York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
W lahlog ton CUj, Pittsburgh snd
,
all Etstern Cities.
NO. 1 EXPRESS
Lesves Columbua st 3 30 A.M.; atone st sll atatlons east
of Newark when aignalled. Arrives st Newark at 4:50 A.
M.,Zaneaville at 0.00 A.M., Bellalrsat 10:20 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore fc Ohio R. R., snd via
Pittsburgh with Pennsylvania B. It. lor sll eaatern cities.
NO. SEXPBISS
Lesves Columbus st 11:18 A. M.; atop, st sll atstlont
when signalled. Arrives st Newsrk at 12:48 A. H.,
Zueavtiteat r.ue r. 1 ueiiair at o:iu v. a., con
necting with ths Baltimore a Unio tt. K. tor sll eutern
cltlee
NO. S1XPREB3
Lesves Columbua at 3: 10 P. M.J atone at all atatlone when
linalled. Arrives st Newsrk at 4:30 P. M.. Zanearille
at 5:40 P. M.. Bellaire st 0:45 P. M.. connecting via
Pitubureh with the rcnnaylrania B. A. for all eaatern
oities.
This Bouts offer, ths ADVANTAGE of s Through
Ticket snd Baggage Check to WASHINGTON OITY,
andaleo gives the Psssenger the privilege of vlilting
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NKVC-YORK, at
the eost of s New-York Ticket alone; or the privilege of
visiting all of the principal SEABOARD CITIES at the
cost of a BOSTON Ticket alone, vis other Routes.
Through Tickets to MKW-XOUB. can be procured vis
WABtllMUlUn vux.stsn auuiuonai expense oi ejz.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
At on other Bootes.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
ABK FOB TICKETS YIA
Columbus and Bellaire or Wheeling-.
JNO. Yf. BH0WN,
Apr. 15. Gen. Ticktt Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
1
RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TE Bin I NAT US AT WiHINOTOH
snd Baltimore on tbs East, and Wheeling, Kenwood
and Parkenbarf os Ins Weet, st which places It onltee
with Railroads, steamers, Ac, for snd from sll points
Is tbs
West, South-west and North-west.
THREE TEAMS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This Is ths only roots to Washington City.
Passenirereby this route can visit Baltimore, Phils
delphls,New York sod Boston, st ths cost of s ticket to
Boston alone by other Unee.
Through tickets te the Bastera cities rea be procured
via Waahington Oily at so sdditionsl charge of twodol-
rinnM Case Arracnsn to au. Nioht Tsaim.
Time ae evict and fan a km at via any other
route.
Inquire for Hoseta via Baltimore snd Ohio Railroad at
soy of ths principal Railroad offices in the West,
. 11 BULUVAN.Oen l Weetern Agent,
Bnxiiss, Ohio.
L. M. OOLB, General Ticket Agent,
W. P. SMITH, Master Transportation,
oct26-tf. Baltimoss, Md.
IMPORTED GOODS.
JTJBT BECHVED
80 esses Italian Oil, Barton fc Co., for table Use.
10
Vrench Mustard, favorite brands;
o
4
a
Boned Bardlnee, the BEST Bardlnea tmp'td
of Capers snd Olives.
Table Bancea "Lea A Perrln'a Woreeater
shlrs." Soyer'a Bultsns," "John Bull,"
"Hsrvey," "Reading."
Walnut and Tomato Catsup.
Ones A Blackmail's celebrated English
' Pickles, consisting of "Cauliflower," "Pi-
10 "
14 dot. (
esllll," ChowChow," "Walnut," 'On
Ion," "Cabbage," "Besns," "Gherk's"
M'x Pickles.
London Porter
Campbell's celebrated Scotch Ale.
iGlneer Preserves.
50
lOO
A l k..u lulU U.uMl mil tin...!!!. I t
B gross Ooz'e ftelatlne. ''
Coleman's celebrated Bnglish Mustard, In kega, boxes,
cans snd bottles.
00x7 WM. UCDUHALD.
XCTOTTXlACTOHs.
JOES H WSZELZB,
A GENT FOB IIOiriE.CONTINEltTAI,,
I V. Muiumi, Bcftnr, snd isvim sue ins. un.'
New Toss; HuusTt' sod Citt Pirs sr UasTrosa
New Toss Lira snd Coins. UvrviV Lin.
Office, SI IUgk St., Sawagre's Ul
eW-dly ' -
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
Ttl.AIN ANDEMBBOIDEUED, mOTJS
X QI3 KTAIRB ad regalarahape Black Kid Gloves,
embroidered In white, magenta, purple, Aoi Undressed
Kid Gloves. Misses KM Olovea A complete assortment
sf these celebrated Skives always tor sale by
Bain at
SON. '
No. S9 Booth High street.
Canton Mattinga :?!-
.4, 54, e-4, While and. lied and
t Whits Checked of superior quality. Por sals by
.,.,,, BAIN A SON,
aahSS . . . ' No.S9BouthBlghat,
Copartnership. ;.
IHAVF. Till" DAI Aiwan i kd yi
son JAUEB ADOKR BAIN M psrtner In my busi
ness, which will hereafter be conducted mlerthe firm
Bain A Son. P. BAIN, V Homo mgri . ,
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Oolumbus, gen is, iooi. . i "".;
OHIO BTATE3IIAH-
1
Nos. 35, 38 & 40, North Bigh St
INCREASED FACILITIES 1
MtlCSfl CHEAF5ESS. EISFATCH
HAVING MOVED INTO MY i
NEW BUILDING,
v. 1 HAVE I
Oxon.tly Enlargod
.-, MY .-
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
: WITH .' K' I
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
FROM TBI CELEBRATED fOUNDBY Of i
C. T. WHITE ft CO., NEW YOKK,
THUS MAKINO IT TUB
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I am now prepared to Execute sll Ordirt for
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTINGS
WITH DISPATCHI
And In the Most Approved Style of the Art
- i :
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bills of Ladlnsr, Circulars,
Bill Heads, Blanks, Deeds,
ajerimcaies, iseceipis,
Dray Ticket, Begistere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS,
CABDS,
EZADI50S,
VOTES,
xavEiopss,
C0RIBACT8.
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Show Bills, Hand Bllli, labels, Concert Fro
grammes, Bchool ana oouege Benemee, no-.
tel BUli of Far, Invitations, .
ools. Worli
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Cataloguei,
Kueellaneon Famphleti,
Conatitationa, Seporta, Eriefi, e
Printing in Gold and Colors
OSTE DFt. 3
Printed in Every Color on
Mammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Press of the kind In Central Ohio.
Mr faculties for doing soy snd sll of ths above deacrip-
tlons of work, are now onsnrpsssed, snd satisfaction will
be guaranteed in sll esses.
irPAU work tarnished promptly by tns urns promisee.
RICHARD NBVIMI.
The Court of Common Fleaa, Franklin Conn.
ty Ohio.
Sarah J. Walton )
vs. Sals lo Partition. ,
Lneinda Walton etsl.J
TV flJHSIJANCE OF AN ORDER OF
X the said Court to me directed, I will offer for sals st
public suction, st the door of the Court Bouse, in the
city or Omnibus, on
Tuesday, May 7tb, 1861,
the following described reel estate, situate In Norwich
townshio. krsnklin county. Ohio, to wit:
Part of the W. B. Bentield surrey, No. 354, bounded
as follows: Beginning at a stons In the road leading from
Oolnmbue to Dublin: being ths south-easterly corner to
lot No. one. in the survey in proceedinga In psrtition to
Michael Walton: thence with the south line of said lot
No. 1.8. 65 decrees W. 119 poles, to a atone south west'
erly corner to said lot; thence with the westerly line
thereof, N. 27 degrees W. 31 SO lbO polea to s atone,
north weaterly corner of Mid lot, snd corner to land be
longing to the neiis oi apouos nogors; woncs wun inetr
line N. 17 degrees W. 4X polee to astaks, another cor
ner to said heirs' land; thence with soother of their lines
S. 54 degrees. W. 361)4 poles to a stake sod stone In the
origins! west line of the survey, snd south-wesi comer to
sid heir's land; thence with the original line of said ,ur-
vev. S. 43denreea 30 minutes. . 73 polee to a stone.no rth
easterly corner to a tract of land of two hundred acres
ennveved bv Abner Olano and wife bv deed, dated Aug.
37, 1K)5; thence with his line M. 63 degrees, E. 301 polea
to stone,anothereorner of said Olapp a iaod;thence with
another of his lines S. 27 degrees. B. 14 80-100 poles to
soother corner of said Clspp's land; thence with another
of hia lines N. S3 degrees M. 140 poles to s stone .another
of said Olapp's corners; thence with another of his line.
8. S7 degrees s. poles to s stone, snotneroi awu
Olapp's corners: thence with soother of bis lines N. 63
degrees B. Si poles lo s stone, north easterly corner to
said Olapp's land; thence N. 06)4 degrees W. 6 pole,
snd 14 links; thence N. 11 degrees W., following
ths Dublin Road seventy-eignt poles to ins Begin'
nine, containing S73 acres, be the same more oi
lex: and also, in the asms : survey; 554. and
adjoining the above described tract, another tract of 3
30- IliOacrus. bounded as follows: beginning st s stone
south-easterly corner to the above described tract, thence
N. eon B 11 poles snd a Unas to s stone lo the
Dublin Road from which a cherry tree I2U . inches
In diameter, bears et. 34 X degree, K. 69 lloks, then
N. 11)4 degrees B. 17 poles snd 16 links to s post, from
which s walnut 18 tnchee In diameter bears 8. W de
erees B 8 ItnksdietanU thence N . 27 degrees W. 0 uolea
and SI links to s stons in the south tins of Henry Mo-
Cracken a land; thence 8. is degrees n.st polea snd
5 links to s post to the Dublin Road, B. S. corner to
said MoOraoken a land; thence S. IB degrees t polea
and I? links to a post, thence B. OS degrees B, polea
snd 10 links te ths beginning.
Exception from said two tracts.lhe following described
part thereor, beretolore set en to Biiianein Armistead,
described as follows: Commencing st ths south-east cor
ner of Michael Waiton'a land snore mentioned; thenoe
south with the Dublin road a rods; inence westerly on
s line parallel with the said Michael Waiton'a sooth line
8. B'2 rtenrees 52 minutes W. K4 poles; thence N. 17 de
grees 30 minutes W. 6970-100 poles; thenoe N. 54 de
grees B. 71 60-100 rods; thence 8 17 degrees 30 minutes
Beat 40 50-100 poles; thenoe 8. 27 degrees B. 39 SMI-IUO
Coles; thene a. t degrees as minutes n. reu poles to
ie heelnnini. containing fortr sores. The property to
be sold as an entire tract, estimated at two hundred snd
forty sores, snd appraised st 3U psr sore,. ......
I Taiata as Haul One third In hand on day of salt.
balance In one and two years from day ef sale, with in
terest secured by mortgage. .
, . .T? flBOKOB W HUPr-MAN,
Aprils, lE6l.-dlt-Aw4w. . i BherlnY
WHO SHOULD USE '
DR. J. BOVEE DODS
VEGKTABliB .;. ...
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS?
Tail who ereaUltcted with Incipient- Oonsumption or
Weak LOngesnouio use taem. -
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion. Dyt-
All wno auner nun v. .
Bestlesansssst night, Want of Bleep, Ao., should l
All poisons who are eonvatesoent after fever or other
Sickness snosio use mem.
Ministers of ths Uospcl, uiwyers, juectprais, auu at
publlo speakers should use them. . --';
Book Keepers, sod sU persons leading s sedentary tf
Should use them. - - i
The aged and roBrra should ass them.
All who require a stimulant or tonlo should use them.
All who are addicted to ths use of ardent spirits and
Wish to Inform, should use them.
They are made of s pure Bberry Wine, and of the aa
tire planU and herbs of the country, snd should be re
eommended by temperance societies, clergymen, pbyeW
elans, snd sll friends of humentty.
They are prepared by an experlenoed sod skillful phy
slcisn, and, aside from their medicinal properties, area
most delightful beveragei snd yet, as a medicine, are ae
binooent and harmless as ths dews of heaven. -i
Sold by druggleta generally. ' r
CHARLES WtDDITIKIJ) CO., Proprietor!,
- ' ' T8 William St., New Tork. ,
E0BEET8 ft SAMUEL, Agent,
' Colnnsoas, Ohio
BtBodAwly. .- "'
Gents' 'Linen' r t5niii Collars,
OF rtUPEniOIl QUA lit TIT, 1 N UAIte
ROTB. Standing, Byron, Peralgnay, Renfrew and
other new shapes. Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, Neck
Ties, Stocks, Street snd Xvenlng Gloves, Half Hose of
every kind, Under OarmenU and all kind, of Gents'Iur,
nulling Goods in great variety ana si moncraw pneas,,
filll!
f ebSS , : i No. M South High glxyet.,
ij'i ; ?.?
AEBIVAIS
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OF
AT
KNAPT 8l COS,
119 South High Street,
OCt25-awd-sAw-em
THE
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN:
, , . HATING; A CIRCULATION
lARQIS BT BKVZBaL THOTJIASna
Than any ether paper la Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT TAIL to bring
Speedy and Btmnnera'lve Betnrna
i .'To those who take advantsge ef them.
THE WEEKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed as It Is through every Post Office In Ohio, '
Reaches a Large Glass of Readers
Whose patrooage Is valuable, sod who seldom tee the
' Dally Idltioos of city Journals; and as only .
A Limited Uumler of Advertisements
Are Inserted in its columns, sppopriatsly sod
HANDSOMELY DISPUVEO!
' . TBtT OaMXOT raa TO
j&.ttmct Attontlou
- 01 ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising hi the WBCKLT STATBSMAN will Sn
' ', " advantsgous la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dlnemln
' 'ation ' ' knowledge of their business
AMOSO COTJBTET DEALERS !
, ADVBBTI8KMRNTS INTBNDBD I0R
The "Weekly Statesman
' Should be handed In before Iriday noon.
RxooanreroED bt thb latm -SIR
A8TLEY COOPER,
DE. VALENTINE MO IT
tfes acknowledged Beads of the Frofesadoa la etthe
aiemlspnsre.
T.ne Mn Uinretio. Tonia. snrl TnwtemHnt wn.x
nnest Extract of the ITAXIAIf JUBIFllB
BSBBT. The Forest and Host Coetlv ln Kv.
Lan
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES.
iNVAiiiARir m tuc ci It-
incomparable FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND IHOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
' for Bale, Pinta srnd Onarta. hv am
' LOOK OTJT FOB BOfllfl
ON DON Gr IN
THB ONLY aEWTTTm iteimw t
s.
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers, 01 Liberty St., '
' " ' 1 ' lHJflW VOICK.
Sold la Ostomtaa by ' 1 ' ' ' '
-, ' McKBB A RISTIBAUX,
Wholesale and Retal 1 Grocers, Statesmsn Building.
0. A. WAGNER. and others.
In Cincinnati, by 8UIRB, B0K8TBIN A CO., ' '
ooUS-deodAlyw . . and ethers.
FANCY BBKM BILKS,
fANCY PRBBS SILKS, ;', 1 J
fANCY DRE88 SILKS.
Ws art sow etTerinw our tasmsose a took of fanny Dress
Silks at prices leas than ever before offered in this etty.
The attention of the ladles ef this eitv aod vicinity Is
soUeited, aa ear a took is very galeot an complete In all
gradeeof goods ta tkislhas. ' PBTKR BAIN, .
aovwi. , no. xv noutp iiign street.
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Jiyi INT IT B ATTENTION to sobs of ths most ex
traordlnary cares by my : - .
PECTORAL SYRUP. ,
They are st home, snd sny one who has doubts esa In
quire of the person who hare been cured by.lt.
im vwvavo va vn woman at any TMa Tn
BXAMINB LUNGS WITHOUT OIIARGBi f OB ALL
TU0BB WHO NKKD BIS MBDI0XNB8.
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS A case of Ave years'
canaing oureu oj nn, nx.sDe.a-c rauiv.ni. w w
' PrrrBBosoB, Jan. 11, I860.:
Da. Krmnt : My wife has been afflicted with a bad
oough and difficulty of breathing, for five or six years,
which, for several years back, nad gradually tnoreaseuin
violence. The complaint has been hereditary, snd she
had been treated by severs! physicians without sny re
lief. In this state of her oase, I procured soma of your
Pectoral Oough Syrup. I bought, ths first Urns, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much j I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, sod
sue hat now no trace oi toe iormer uiaease, except weak
ness. I wonld also state that I used ths modiolus my
self to a cold and cough. The medicine cured me by tak
Ing one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, snd yon sre st liberty to publish this If yon
desire to do so. rim. niuouiv
Alderman fifth Ward.
PiTTSsuaoH, Nov. 18, 1H58.
Da. Esvaca: Although not au advocate of Patent
Medicines, In general, it anoras me pleasure lnueecnna
hie to recommend vour Pectoral Byrup. As s medicine
it i. wall worths the attention of anv person who mar In
any manner be afflicted with oougha, colds and hoarseness
of any bind, and for ins peculiar quauncatione lor re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a ss-
vareanld. . ' .
I have been, more or leu. In my life, affected with the
severest of colds snd hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my speaking above
swhlaper, sod by taking a few doses of toe soove eyrup
it would relieve ma entirely.
In recommending this medicine. I must unhesitatingly
say that It Is the beat remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure ths above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
xoura, most reapectiuiiy, , i;
EDWARD J. JONBe), .
Cuhier Oitlaena' Deposit Bank.
SitOBaxvaLS.0.. March 14. 1S59
I hava naed Dr. Keyaer's Cough Syrup for a bad cough
sf several years standing, sod can cheerfully say it is
the best medicine lor the asms mat i nave ever taxen. ,
i. W. PRICE.
COL. PRATT AND DR. EEYBER'S PEOTORAL
SYRUP. Da. Krrsxa Dear Sir. Excuse ths delay of
my acknowledging the excellence or your Sectoral Oough
Syrup sooner. I take great pleasure In saying that it la
sll yon say it Is. Jt knooktilM noiet out of my oough
snd the worst one I wsa ever afflicted with: I have not
used mora than one-half of the bottle, and I can sod do
wiah that sll who sre afflicted wonld glvs it aa fair a trial
ae I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It ia no
quack medicine." I wonld not suffer another such an
attack for sny consideration, or at any cost. I am eon
Rdant I can breathe more freely than I evr did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. You sre st liberty to uae my name
In this regard, as yon think proper. M. f . PRATT,
Messenger uommon council, riiiaourgn, ra.
Pittsburgh, May 11, IBM.
N. B 1 am no stranger to my fellow-cttltens. and
who entertain doubt can consult me personally.
E. jr. r.
PiTrssnsoH, April 84, 1857.
READ THB TRUTH. Da. Kavata: I have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad eough.
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of yonr PEOTORAL
SYRUP, sod before sbs had used half a bottle shs wss
relieved. The second bottls cured her entirely of bsr
eough. JOHN DARIN,
neoinsou straws, juiegueny.
PirresoasH, December, 31, 1853.
A ORB AT CURB BY DR. K.BYbRH'0 TEOTORAL
SYRUP. I live in Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, wntcn eonuueooea snout
tbs 4Ut ot seoruary last, ana continues eujut Bnauia a
emoloved the beat physicians in the eouotrv, snd my
couth continued unsbated until early In October. At
that Urns I was sdrlsed to try your PECTORAL COUGH
SYRUP, which I did, snd alter I had taken ons bottls 1
was entirely free from ths coughing snd spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think it should be
known that tnis vaiuooie remedy win oo ior otners wnai
Ithasdoneinmycase. JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. tl. Ksaa. Peebles townhtp.
Parroa Tr., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Boms Urns sgo, sn old
neighbor of mine was very ill, with a bad oough which
every ons supposed to be consumption. His relatives
told ms that he bad taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; his brother came to see mm die, ana sll
were confirmed In the belief that hs could not live. I
had about Ihs third of a bottle of yonr Pectoral Byrup,
which I gave hlin, snd it entirely cured him, to ths aston
ishment of all. What makes the case mors remarkable,
is ths extreme sge of the man, he being about eighty years
old. I oars no doubt the Pectoral saved bis life.
- JOHUN' QINNIS.
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP IN BLAIR8
VILLE. Please send ms soother supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Syrup." Almost everybody around us
has the cold sod sre It quiring for "Dr. Ksyser's Pectoral
Byrup." We have sold sixteen bottles Isst week, snd sre
now entirely out. sir. A. Alteraod Mr. P. Msher, both
of Blalrsvlile, Pa., tell us they would not be without It
In their families. In fact, all who use it once want it
again. Yours, respectfully,
J. S. WATTE RSON A SONS
January 30, 1860.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYSER'S
PECTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with scongb
sod cold tor several weeks so bad was It that I could not
sleep. 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
the beat physicians in the city, whom 1 could name, but do
not do so. I Anally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
Syrup, which cured ms entirely. Signed,
i. W. 8IAI0NT0N,
236 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. , I860.
"STOP THATlOOUOHINa." 'How can I do Itr "Oo
to Keyeer'aon Wood street snd get a bottle of hit Cough
Pectoral, snd If that don't cure you, your case must be
desperate Indeed." Ibis is e specimen of the colloquy
ons hears almost every day In cold catching periods of
ths year. And ws can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In ths adviser's admonition as above, for we
have tried the "Pectoral,1 in a moat stubborn care, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
with one of ths most distressing, contrary, mullah, nn
subduebls coughs we ever experienced slnos our advsnt
upon this mundane sphere. Ws coughed steadily sod
laboriously for one whole week, in hopes of tiring tt out,
but it was no go. In fact It seemed rather to have im
proved by practice, and to have acquired atrength, poten
cy and dlttreMibtiily by the operation. In thia stage of
the siege, we oou jhed our way to Keyaer's, 140 Wood St.
procured s fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;" took It
aooordltig to directions, and in forty -eight hours we were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary aa Keyaer's famous "Oough
rcctorai. ' jwoummuo imjier, wo. is, ico.
DR. KKYSER'B PEOTORAL SYRUP la prepared snd
sold by Dr GRORQR H. KEYBBR, 140 Wood street,
rtttsnurgn, ra.
10 Sold in Columbus by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
rpOOTHACHE HEMEDV. ,; , -" ,'
A. SURE CDKE. .
Prepared and sold by
Da. 010. H. KEYSBB,
, Price, S3 cents.
1 10 Wood at., Pittsburgh, Pa.
! JO Bold In Columbua by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
oct!i7:2tawdUm.
Watches I Diamonds !! Silver Ware III
A CHOICE A'SOHTIWENT OF GOLD
J.X. snd Silver Wstchea, In greet variety.
I am Aient for the Aaanioaa Waves Co.; and can
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' pi Ices,
eitner vrnoiesaie or mibii.
- Come and choose from my beautiful display of Dia
monds snd other rich Jewelry. Btyles new prices low.
- As to Silver Ware of sterling quality, I can show Bw
patterns, very nanosome.
. Silver Plated Ware, Tea Belts, Urns, Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers. Goblets. Knives. Forks, Booona. Ao.
Then I have a supply of fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, valors, ao., sod many sancy uoods snch aa
are desired for presents at such prices aa sre an Induce
ment to the purchaser. - was. blihn,
Wo, 10 Buckeye Block. ' '
msrSl
' North aide Bute House square. '
GOLDEN IlIIX. 8IIIHT8, . , , ,
GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS,
GOLDBN UILb SHIRTS.
Ths pattern of these ahl rla are new. The Bodies. Yakaa.
sleeves sod bosoms sre formed to fit the person with ease
snd comfort. Ths mark upon each ons designating the
site may be relied on ss being correct, sod each shirt Is
guaranteed well made. A full stock of all qualities
constantly ior saie at HAIN'8, '
Bom. no. s sonth High stress.
STELLA SHAWLS! STELLA
8HAWLBII In all dealrahla nl. 4 at
great bargains. : ; BAIN A SON, . i
apple , i- . i i jo. a Boutn lilgn street.
BLACK StllAW BONNETS AND EL
egant Ribbons, fa) great varisuy at .i BAIN'bV '
c. , ;. .. ,.,.,.(. i-L u-Me.AaYsaisAtgMi,
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KepvousHeaidache
By the ass of these Pills the perlodlo attacks of Her
ota, or Ski Badacemfb prevented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness will bs obtained.
They seldom fall la removing the Xautta and
I
ocA to which females are so subject. ,
They set gently upon the bowels removing Ooetit
asst. 1 ' - j
for Literary JTm, Studente, Dellcsts Female -and
all persona of sedentary habitt, they are valua
us a lamaUve, Improving ths appetite, giving fon ',
vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring ths natur
elasticity snd strength of ths whole system.
- TBI CBPHALIO PILLS sre the result of long Inves
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, having
been In nse many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the nervous
system or from a deranged etate of ths elomacA. - ,
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, an
msy be taken at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, ami the abtene of any
ditagretable laete render tt eaty to admtnietor them
eMidrm.
BBWARB Of COUNTERFEITS I
The genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
en each Box. i
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers In Medicines
A Box will bs sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of ths
Frloo, BS Cents. I
All order, should be addressed to i . . . J
HENHf V. SPALDING, J
9 Ceslar Street, New York. '
THE fOLLOWINO ENDORSEMENTS Of j
SPALDING'S i
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL O0NTIN0B ALL WHO BUFFER f ROM !
HEADACHE,
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THAT A
SPEEDY AHD SURE CUBE
13 WITHIN THEIR REACH.
At Oeee Tittimonlale were vntolMted by Ma. Smlb
dm, tAey aford vnoveeMonabte proof of the effl-
cacy qf Ml truly eoienliflo ileoovery.
Masoxvtllb, Com , f eb. S, 1801.
Ma. Brauiwa.
Sib: - '
I have tried vour Ceobalk) Pills, snd lit them so
veu that I want you to send ms two uouare worm more.
Part of these sre for ths neighbors, to whom I gave
few oat of the first box I got from you.
Bend the Pills by mall, and oblige
Your obrt Servant,
JAMES KENNEDY.
' ' '' ' ' HavnyoBn, Pa., f eb. 6, 18C1.J
Ma. BraXBIM.
SOU
I wish von to send me one more box of your Cephalic
Pills, I have received a great deal of beneUrom them.
I ours, respectiuiiy,
MARY ANN STOIKUOUSB.
Branca Carta, HcirrmoTOR Co., Pa., I
January 18. 1801. I
H. 0. Erauum.
ant:
Yoa will slaaae send me two boxes cf roar Cephalic
PUIS. Bend them Immediately.
Respectfully yours,
JNO.B. SIMONS.
P. S I have need one torn of your fllle, and find
themeaeeltent.
Bsxlb TsaaoH, Omo, Jan. 15, 1861.
HanarO. 8raume, Bsq.
Plsase find enclosed twenty-Are oents, for which send
me another box of your Oepbalia Pills. They are truly
tie beet Pille have ever tried.
Direct A. STOVER, P. M.,
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
BsvsaLT, Mass., Dto. 11, 1860.
H.O. Sratauia, Esq.
I wish for some circulars or large show Mils to bring
yonr Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo
mers. If you have anything of the kind, please send to
me.
One of my customers, who Is anhject to severe Sick
Headache, (usually lasting two days,) teas careff of an
attack in one hour by your Pille, which I sent her.
Respectfully yours,
W. B. WILKES.
BrriioLDaeoRe, fBiRgus Co., Ohio, 1
January 9, 1BC1. (
iiExavu. rraLniae,
No. 48 Cedar at., N. Y.
Dsaa Sir:
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (23,) for which send
box of "Oepbalia Pills.' tend to address of Rev. Wm.
0. filler, Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your Pille work lit a charm cure Headache al
most tnttanter.
Truly yours,
.- WM. 0. FILLER.
YniLARTt, Mien., Jan. 14, 1801.
Ma. IraxDim.
Srn;
Net Ions since I sent to yoa for a box of Cephalic Pills
ror ins cure or me nervous neadscne sna uostivenesa,
snd received ths asms, and they had so good an efect
that too induced to eendor mote.
Plesse send by return msll. Direct to ' '
A. B, WHEELER,
Ypallsoll, Mich. -
from the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.
Cephalic Pills accomplish ths object for which they
Were made, Yls.t Cure of headache In all Its forms.
I from ths Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.
They have been tested In more than a thousand eases
pith entire success. , . , , ,
from the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn. :- '
If von are. or have been, troubled with the headache
send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that yoa may bays
them In oase o( an attack. --
from the Advertiser, Providence, B. I.
Thi
Ths Cephalic Pills sre said to be a remarkably effective
remedy for the headache, and one of the very best for
hat very frequent coaplaint.whlch has ever been dis
covered.
j from the Western B. B. Gsxette, Chicago, ill. '
I We heartily endorse Mr. Bpauldlng, and hit unrivaled
Cephalic Pills.
from ths Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Ya.
I Ws are sure that persons Buffering with ths headache
bo try them, wlU stick to them. ,
J from the Southern Path finder, New Orleans, La.
' Try them! yoa that are afflicted, and ws sre tore that
yonr testimony can bs added to the already numerous
list tost nas received Denents mat no other medicine can
groduoe.
from the Bt Louis Democrat.
The Immense demand for the article Dnti.iu Pin.
rapidly Increasing.
from thoGasstte, Davenport. Iowa.'
Mr. Braiding wonld not connect his name with aa ar.
Bole be did not hunt to possess real merit.
JTJ"A single bottle Ot SPALDING'S PREPARED
j GLCB will save tea times Its cost annually
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As accidents will happen, even In wall retralated fam
ilies, it Is very desirable to have some cheap and con
venient way for repairing furniture, Soy, Crockery,
' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLTJB " '
meet all such emergencies, snd no household can afford
to be without It. It is always ready, and ap to the itick
mg point.
LBBgUL ia AiUUDfl. ,
N. B. A Brash aeeompsolea each bottls.
'at. , Address,
HHNRY C. SPALDING, '
- Xe. ett, Oedar Street, New York.
CAUTION.
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A iirtalqi snprinclpUa persons Are1 at temp ting' to
palm off on the unsuspecting public Imitations of my
nwrAHV vruua, a wow hi eautlon all persons w
attn b.fore parch-wing, and see tkat the full name, i
nySPALDINO'S PREFARDGLUkl,XU . i
ea vheoutsidswrapperiaU others ar swindling oa
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DISCOVERY
OP THE AGE.
It. KENNEDY, OF KOXBCKYl
has discovered In ons otonr oommon pasture weeds
a remedy that cures
Every Kind of Humor,
' :' ' f ROM "'
The wont Scrofula down to a common Plmplfc
Be has tried it lo over eleven hundred cases, and nev
er failed exoept In two oases, (both thunder humor.) He
has now in his possession over one hundred eerUflcatesof
Its vslue, sll within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore
mouth.
One to three bottle will cure the worat kind cf Pimple
on the face.
Two or three bottle will clear the system of biles.
Two bottle are warranted to curs ths worst canker In
Uis mouth or atomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to core the worst
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottle ar warranted to core all humor In
the Eye.
Two bottle are warranted to cure running o ths ears
and blotches among ths hair.
four to six botiea sre warranted to oure corrupt and
running uloers.
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin.
Two or three bottles sre warranted to curs ths Went
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottle sre warranted to oure the most
desperate care of rheumatism.
Three to four bottlesare warranted tocureaalt-Rheua.
five to eight bottles will cure the wont cue of scro
fula. A benefit la always experienced from the first bottle,
perfect cure is warreuled when tbs above quantity la
ROXBURY, MASS.
Dsaa Madam: The reputation or the Medical Dls
covery, In curing sll kinds of humors, la so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever naed
It, that I need not say anything on the subject, as the
moat skillful physicians snd the most careful Druggist In
the country sre unanimous In Its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, 1
do it with a full knowledge of Its curative power, in
llevlng all, and curing most of those disease to whitb
you are unfortunately so lisbls. That moat excruciatlsg
disease to an affectionate mother,
NUK8ING SOKE MOUTH,
la cured a If by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
lo Its natural sweetness, and your babe from short sad
fretful nspa to calm snd aweet slumber,; snd the Idedloal
Discovery becomes s fountain of blessing to your busbaad
sod household.
In the more advanced atage of
CANKEU
Itextendt to the atomach .causing i
DYSPEPSIA,
which I nothing but canker on the tomaoh; then to tbs
Intestines and
KIDNEYS,
creating a linking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evta
to the csre of your family.
Your stomach Is
HAW AND INFLAMED,
yonr food distresses you, snd yon can only take certab
kinds, and even of that your system does not get bslf
the nourishment It contains, ss the acrlmonous fluid ef
the canker eats Itnp; then your complexion loses Ik
bloom sod becomes sallow and greenish, and your best
day Is gone, for want of nourishment your aystem be
comes loose snd flabby, and the fibres of your body be
come relaxed Then follow a train of disease which the
Medical Discovery ia peculiarly adapted to
cuke;
Palpitation of ths hesrt, pain In the side, weakness o
the spine snd small of the back, pain of the blp Joint
when yon retire, irregularity of the bowels, and alss,
that moat exoruclsting of diseases, the
FILES,
now many thousand of poor women are Buffering from
thia disease snd pining sway a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish to
impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
of prevention it better than a pound of cure," In the
JflEDICAL DISCOVERY
yon have both the preventative and the cure, with thia
great and good quality, that it will never, ander any
circumstances, do you sny injury.
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Is eepeclaly Intended for diseases of the blood, but sine
Its Introduction in ths Western Bute, It is found to be
the best
AGUE KEiriEDk
that was ever before the public.
No change of diet ever necessary eat the beat yon can
sod get enough of It.
DisarrrinRs roa cis Adults one table spoonful psr
day Children over ten years, desaert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. A no direction
can be applicable to all eonsltutlons, take sufficient tj
operate oo the bowels twice s day.
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DONNALD KENNEDY.
Price 1.00 per bottls. for y every druggist In"
the United States. sepSl-dAwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR,
An Effective Safe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
AU 1UI UngUlSI BWll wiiuvm. MJ.SIUB, HlU I.TBUUAg UM
imir irom turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Andourlng it, when then Is ths leut particle of vitality
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FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF.
And all cutaneous affection of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled cloas' and brilliancy, making
tt soft and silky in Its texture, sod causing it to carl
readily.
lbs great celebrity snd increasing demand ror this an
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that ons
trial ia only necessary to tati-fy a discerning public of Its
superior qualities over any other preparation In nse. It
cleanses' the bead and scalp from dandruff sod other
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giving Its rich, soft, glossy snd flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair Is loosening snd thinning, it will give
strength sod vigor to the roots and restore Ihs growth to
hose parts which have become bald, causing It to yield a
resh covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladles snd gentlemen In New
York who hsve had their hair restored by the uae of this
Invigorator, when sll other preparation have failed. L.
M . has in bis possession letters innumerable testifying
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has already changed its color, the use of the Invigorator '
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Ing It a dark, gloaay appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet snd a Hair Restorative it is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and kne great fa
cilities It afford in dressing ths hair, which, when moist
with ths Invigorator, can be dressed In any required
form to as to preserve Its place- whether plalnor in curls!
hence ths great demand for It by the ladies as a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wlthout,a the price
places It within the reach of all, being
, Only Twenty-Five Cents
per bottle, to be had at all respectable Druggists and
Perfumers.
' L. MILLER would call the attention of Parents and
Guardians to the use of his Invigorator, in esse where
the children's hair incline to be weak. The us of it
l...lh.rni,nJ.llnHf...i,MuflMj . Iflla u I.
1J u. ivwuua.iuH au. a. yww .kuw ay m. , mm lb IB
Eovee sny impurities that may have become connected
l.k - 1 Ik. Mamft.! Klh I- L.at.
wf aU a. I w w-wl I a. u .vaaa... V . naa.ua. aa, yilLUWWJ UVH1
for the health of the child, sod the future .sppsaranoe sf i
It Hair. "
Oaotior. None genuine without the fac-elmlle LOUIS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
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glass.
Wholassls Depot, 50 Dey street, and sold by all ths
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world
I Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity. .
! I also desire to present to the American Publlo my
YEW AHD IMPEOVED INSTANTANEOUS
; LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after year of scientific experimenting, I hsve .
brought to perfection. It dyes Black or Brown instantly
wlthoutinjury to the Hair or Bkln; warranted the best
article of the kind In exlstanoe.
; PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS.
Depot, 56 , Dey St., New. York.'
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; ladies' Linen Focket-Eandk'fi.
HEMMED STITCHED LINEN HAND
kerchiefs, vsnr wlds hems. .
Embroidered Linen llamlk's all prices.
, Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do.
j do- do colored bonier, k . - ..-
Mourning do . . black border
: do do . .-; new style cross stitched. ; r. r
iPlneApplede new patterns. . '.'i
Misses' Plain and nemmed Stitched do all prices,
Comprising the most select assortment In the city and
at lowest prioes. BAIN A BON,
fMSB ' No. S South UlghStreel.
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1 . " -. Byron and OarroU Collar. 1 '
.' ' si Embroidered Pookst llaodUrehlct..
! Paris Kid Olove, upertor make.
Golden Hill Bblrt, varlou styles.
Boys' Oolden Hill Shirts, do,.
' Half Hoasand 0".U,rm"'t,'j,AIT A SON,
. Ho. 89 South High street,
7lB MANTLE BAUAOES, BOTH
Whit and Black. Just reeslvsdat . '
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MINK MUffSl VI0TORINE8 and CUFFS we are
ow selling at very low price, also sll other kind .
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