JDST RECEIVED. BY,
wrx! GILL, j
;ITo. bO North High Street,
On et the Urveat and But Selaeted Assert
" , :!.- Of ' ' ."' ' I
y.;.:i u . : i
: ' ITRR Of VBKKD IK THIS OITY1 '
Ilonse Builders' Furnishings
Of EVERT STYLE ARB QUALITY.
' trench America .
T71xxcJiow Glnss X
: PAINTS GROUND IN
aad pit bp la btf pound cans for hmllj bm, and Dry
: ;; ,' ralntslnbuik.
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Awortment of
AXES GRINDSTONES, Ato.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o.
V FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE 4 CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
WEDGES, MAULS, TUMPS,
SCYTHES, to., ".'
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
1 peelally Invite the attention of ll Interested to my
Itoek Of Pocket and Tibia Cutlery, ana
' SILVER PLATER FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c.,
of HOGBRRb A BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be
axtn heavy. Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Oeantry Merchant, Mechanic, and other, an Invited
to oal) and examine my Btock, as I am prepared to en
Wnoleeele and Retell. WM. A. GILL.
Colombo. Ohio, May 8, 1800.
Wholesale and' Retail Depot for
No. 106 South High Street
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL ' HEIR VARIETIES.
Daily rrlTal at Geede '
For the Full and Winter Trade
vrjRETUaNING SIN CERE THANKS
TO TH K PIIBLIO for fast favosa petron-
., and being DETERMINED to MKU1X
aeonUnnano of aamo bp atrlc atientlen te
trade, and prompt delivery af Caada,
I would call tho natlca of tho public to the fact that
baring a Large and well Selected Stack on
hand, and being In dally receipt of good from tho differ
nt marketa, I flatter myaslf that lean offer to the eitt
tem of Colombo!, or to any who may detlre to porchaeo.
an aeeorunent of article, appertaining to the GROCERY
trado, UN EQUALED by any bona la th city.
Tha priee and quality of the gooda offered, Inar.
antee f eaueiaeiien.
Good Pelivered Pre of Charge.
aauraOTCitns ana wnououui aunu m
No. iJ08 W, Baltimore-street,
(arrwara uataTT aniBowato,)
A Lar,o lisortmant o! Plow and rarni.hbg
Ooodt Consuntly on Hana;
xrcruiiAxxx jOl- GUI
And Seed Store,
KAILS, QLA88, 8ABH, FTJTTT, 00RDAQ1, "
Oasia, Platala, WseWlllow Ware, j
etharand Bubbar Belting,
Io Leather, Hot and
S. DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Corner of High and Cay Sta.,
flOg.unBUS - OHIO.
uk large Stock of Floe and Staple flood oa hand."
vSl-dtf - ' ' '
Beoteh Oat Heal
Cracked Wheat ,
Cream Tartar, -
Green Corn ,
jTrikh Canal Frulta of avery description;
Jellies ol all kind;
f iavociftg xtnctaof all Wp4.
flora Drops; 11 tied Candies;
Almonds, Filberts, Pecos Not,
Bngiiak Walnata, Braail Nuts.ate,
sjoBT ' - WM. nloDONALD.
WhaUaala anal Ketall Dealer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
No. US Vltth Stwwt,' 1C
PITS B U R G n, Pa.
Keep nataatly an haad all the v-
Laces and Embroideries, j
VALKrvCIENFa, MALTESE POINT
Leo Collars and Bolte. French, Fnihar and Thread I
Io Veil (new patterns ) Valeneisnes, Thread and
Point Laoaa, Kmbroidered Collars, getta, Trimminga and
Hktrta, Lao Barbea and Goitrara. rialn Linen uoiiara,
snuuii Cutis, JCinbroidered Collars and Ouffs in sett.
B . . .. t BAIN fc SON, , ,
febM .... fo.S.BtmthHiahStte..
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Oreetlln with the PITTSBURGH, IT.
WAYNE A 0HICAG0 RAILROAD !
Far PiUeburgK, Philadelphia and SaUimort. Alto
for fori Way and Chicago.
Connecting at Clereland with th LAKH gnOBl BAIL
, . . . BOAS .
Far DaaaArlt Hurfala, Albany, Hes
. tarn, and New Yerk, -
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY, .'
From Colombo, in oonneoilon with Train on tha
LITTER F1IAIT1I AND COLUMBUS
AND XEN1A RAILROADS.
NlQnT EXPBE88. Leare Colurubn at 3.40 A.M
will leare passengers at all atationa aouth of Gallon,
top at Delaware, Ashley, Cardlngton and Gllead, and
at ell station north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:45 A. at., Dunkirk S.S5 P. M.. Buffalo P. M.
Albany 5:00 A. M., New York 10 TO A. M.. Boston 4:30
P. at., Pittsburgh via Crestline 3:20 P. M , Philadel
phia 10 A. at. Chicago via Crestline at 8-SU P. M. ,
SECOND TRAIN. ...
MEW YORK EXPBBSS-Leave Colombo at 11:10
a. m. Will itop at Lewi Centre, Delaware, Cardlngton,
Gallon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and
Grafton, arrive at Cleveland at 3:25 p. m.; Dunkirk,
0:00 p. m.l Buffalo, 10:25 p. a t Albany, :. m.;
NewYoik, 8:30 p. m.; lloeton, 4.40 p. m-i Pittsburgh,
fa Oreitlln, 8:20 p. m.; Philadelphia, 10 a. m.. Con
oecteat Shelby for all point on Sandusky, Mansfield A
Newark B. B., north of Shelby.
THIRD TBAIN. , .
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbu
at 3.30 p. m. Will atop at all Nation Booth of Shelby,
and at New London, Bochnler, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arrive at Cleveland at fclO p. m.; Dunkirk,
9:50 a. m.; Buffalo, 4:30 a. m.; Albany, 3'30 p. m.; New
York, 9:30 p m.; Boston. 11:45 p. m.; PltUburgh. via
Crestline, at 9:10 a. m.; Philadelphia, 5:15 p. m.. Cou
nsels at Bhelby for all pointion Sandusky, Mansfield fc
Newark Ballroad. : t : . ' i
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, Kew '
York and Boston,
Baggagt CAeeJud Through to Ko York and Boston
via Ulevtland; alio, to Philadelphia and
Aw Yorttia OmUine.
Night Exprea arrive at Columbu at.
.11:45 P. M.
11:10 A. M.
9:10 P. M.
Fare a Low aa by auyetlter Koute.
Aik for Tichtttia Criitlinetr Cleveland.
U.S. FLINT, .
f uperlntendeut, Cleveland, Ohio.
J AM KB PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbu, April 15, 1851.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
BALTIMORE & OHtO R
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
PcDnsylvania Central 11 R.,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Cities.
NO. 1 EXPBEBS
Leave Columbu at 3 30 A. M.; i topi at all itationaeast
or Newark when tlfmaned. Arrive at Newark at 4:50 A.
U..Zaneville atti.00 A. 11.. Bellairo at 10:30 A. M..
connecting with the Baltimore A Ohio B. B and via
Pittaburgh wlib Penniylvania B. B. for all cistern cities.
1 NO. S EXPBBS3
Leave Colnmbut at 11:18 A. H.; atop at all aiationa
when algnalled. Arrivea at Newark at 13:48 A. At.,
Zanerrille at 2:04 P. H.; Bellair at 8:10 P. U, eon
necUog with the Baltimore A Ohio B. R. for all eaatern
cltie. . , . ,
NO. 3 EXPRESS
Leave Colnmboa at 3:10 P. H .; atnrw at all tatlonwhen
Irnalled. Arrive at Newark at 4:30 P. M., Zannville
at 5-40 P. VI., Be Hair at 0:45 r. M.. connecting via
PltUburgh with tbe Penniylvania it. K. for all eaatern
Thia Boute offer tha ADYANTAOE of a Throneh
Ticket and Bunco Check to WASUINGION CITY.
and alto give the Paaaenger the privilege of vialting
BALTIUOBH, PHILADE LPBIA and MHvF-YORK, at
tbe coat of a New York Ticket alone: or the privilexe of
viaiting all of the principal SEABOARD CITIES at the
coat of a BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Boutea.
Through Ticketa to NEW-YORK can be procured via
WASHINGTON CITY, at an additional exponas ot $3.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
Aa as other Boute. ' x
SleenillJr GarS On all JNlErht
r o . o ,
ASK JOB TICKIT8 VIA
Columbna and Bellaire ar Wiieelinr,
JNO. W. BBOWN.
; Apr. 15. . Om, Sldbet Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
CREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
AT : WASHINGTOIV
X and Baltimore on tha East, and Wheeling, Ben wood
and Parkersbarg on tbe West, at which place It unites
with Bailroada, Btaamers, ice., for and from all points
Welt, Boath-vjreat and Nortk-tveat
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL .THE EASTERN" CITIES
This I the only route to Washington City
Pssseniersnv this mnta em Visit Baltimore. Fhlla
dclphla, New Tork and Boston, at the cost of a ticket to
Boston aiona ny oiner une.
Tbronsh tickets to the Kaatern citlet can be procured
Tta Washington Ulty at an anouionai cnarge oi two ooi
linmi Oaaa ATracmn to iix nrorrr Taataa.
Time at -quiet and faro at low at eio any oAr
Inquire far tlckett via Baiumore ana onto Railroad at
any or the principal Haiiroaa omcr m ui rr est,
j. m. Bui4l.iv An, aen i rresicrn Areui.
L. M. COLB, General Ticket Agent, , ,
W. P. SMITH. Master Transportation.
ootSS-tf. ' Batnaioas, Md,
O 90 eases Italian Oil, Barton it Co., for table nsa.
in " French Aluitard. favorite nranda: -
. A " Bonod Sardine, tha B8I Bardina imp'td
4 " of Oaperaanauuve.
ff " Table Saurea "La h Perrin'k Woreeater-
hire." '8oyer' Suluna," ."John Bull,''
aarvey," "ueaomg." , ,,
lO u Walnut and Tomato Catsup. '
ISdos. Croa Ac Blaokwall' celebrated Bnglleh
' Pickles, eonalsting of "Oauliflower," "Pi.
ealili," ChowKIhow," "Walnut," 'On
ion," "Cabbage," "Bean," "aherkV
60 " London Porter. ' " ' " '
10O " Campbell celebrated Scotch Ala,.
6 ease eloper Preserve.
t V box Italian Macaroni and Vermacllla.
t sross Cox's Gelatine. . .
Coleman's eelebrated English Vurtard, In kegi, boxes.
and Dottle. , .
no87 ' " ' WM. BlcPOSALP.
OEFIT FOR nOITIB, COIVTimtlVTAI.,
MainiATTAR, BacnaiTV, and laviaoviai im. no.'
Naw Toaa; MaacBarra' and Cm Fraa or lUaTToae
New Toai Lira and Com. Mctoal Lira. ,
Office 81 IllKb St., Ravage', HI
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
T.I.AT1V AlfDSirfBROIDERCD. IWOUS-
QUBTAIBB aad rsaularahap Black Kid Glove,
embrolderad in white, mae;eata, putpla, sec. UndreasadV
Gloves. Misses Kid Oloves. A complete aaaortatant
theneelebraUdUlova always Jorsaje by , 'ij.
BAIN St BON,
MSt , Ho. M South High atraa.
. Canton Mattings.
1,4, 54 U-4t WMWASt lltt find I
While Chsoked of snperlor qnalily. For sale by
BAIN a SON. -
Co-Partnersliip. ',, ,
HAVE Till DAT ADMITTED PIT
bob JAMES ADGBB BAIN aa partner in v boei-
sk which will hereafter be conducted ander tbe firm
Bain fc Bon. f. UAJH, a ooatn nicn pu ,
Columbus, fen IS, lobi. . ..;:,i,.r
Nos. 3g, 33 & 40,' North Blgh M
INCREASED FAC1X1TEES j
AECCfiACY. CHEAPNESS. IHli
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
:rr' :rHAVE -
4 WHILE BOTH
WITH ; -'s j
New Types, BorJers, Ornaments, J&c.
VBOU THE CELEBRATED FOUNDRY OF
C. T. WHITE .4 CO., NEW- YOEK,
THUS MAKING IT Ml -
Most Complete Establishment
JN THE CITY.jr . ';
I tun now prepared to Kieonte all Ordari tot
BOOK AND JOB
And In Ui Moat Approved Style of the Art'
PABTIOULAS ATTENTION PAID TO ,
MERCANTILE AO RAILROAD
TP H. I 3ST T 1 1ST O-.
Uilla of Lad Ins;, Circular
ttill Heads, lllanks. Deeds,
Certificate, . .. Kccelpta,
Dray 'llcketa, Keg;istcr,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
H0TE8, ' '
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, . . ,
Show Bills, Hand Bills, labels, Concert Fro
gramme, School and College Schemes, Ho
tel Bills of fare, Invitations, e.. , ;
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalogues,
- Miscellaneous Pamphlets,
Conatitntions, Eeports, Briefs, c
Printing in Gold and Colors
Printed in Every Color on a',
Mammotli Hoe Cylinder,
Tho only Press of the kind in Central Ohio.
My facilities for doing any and all of the abov deaorip
Hon of work, are now niurpaaaed, and aatlafaction win
be gnaranfed in all caaea. - . i.
ITr'All work furniahed promptly by the time promlted.
... .- BIOHARD NEV1N8.
Tha Court ol Common Pleas, Franklin Conn-
:" ty Ohio. . ').'.
fiarah J. Walton )
T. Bale in ParUtion.
IiiactBda Waltoai ! .!' -
TN PIIBSDANCE OF Jilt ORDER Of
A tha aaid Court to dm directed, I will offer for salt at
public auction, at tha door of th Court Houm, in the
city of Columbu, on . , --
Toesday, May 7tb, 18CI, .;
the followin described real estate, ailuats in Norwich
townablp, Franklin county, Ohio, to wit: .
ran or tne w. is. veoueia aurvey, no. aaa, nounaed
aa follows: Beginning at a stone in tbe road leading from
Columboa to Dublin; being tha aoulh-eaatorly corner to
lot No: one. In Ine anrvey in proceeding in partition to
Michael Walton; thence with the south Una of said lot
No. 1.8. CSdecreea W. HU poles, to a atone south west
erly corner to aaid lot; thenoa with tha westerly line
thereof, N. 87 degrees W. 31 SO 100 poles toaalona,
north westerly corner of aaid lot, and corner to land be
longing to the heirs or Apollo Hogera; tnence with tbMr
I ner to taid heirs' land; thence w
with another of their lines
B. 64 decree, W. ! pole to a stake and aton In th
original west line of the aurvey, and south-west corner to
said heir a land; tneoea witn toe original line oisald sur
vey. S. 43 degress 30 minutes. E. 73 poles to a stone.north-
sasterly corner to a tract of land of two hundred acres
conveyed by Abner Ulapp and wile oy deed, dated Aug.
27, 1P36; thenoa with hi Una . S3 degree, B. 3ul poles
to aU)nenoiher corner of said 0 lapp a land; ihanoa with
another or his lines 8. fi7 degrees, B. 14 80-100 pole to
another corner of said Clapp s land; thenoa with another
of ala line N . w degree B . no pole to a atone, another
of raid Olapp't somen; thence wlth'another of his linos
B. KV degrees a. Ja poie ion atane, anouieroi said
Olapp's corners: thence with another of his line N. 03
degree . 81 poles to a atone, northeasterly comer to
said Olapp's land; thenoa N. OCX degree W. 6 pole
and 14 links; thence N. II degree W., following
tho .Dublin xtoaa sereniyeignc poles to in begin
nimr, eontainiog xij acres, na tne same mora
lest; and also. In tha same . surveys S&4, sad
adjoining the above described tract, another tract et
38-IO0acres. bounded aa follows: besrlnnlnc at a atone
aonttpeasterly corner to tho above described trace, thenoe
N. iM)i m. ll poies ana s linns to a aton in tne
Dublin Bead horn whioh oheiry tree 90 Inches
In diameter, bears N. MK decrees B. 00 links, then
N. 11M degrees K. 17 poles and 16 links to a post, from
which a walnut 12 ruches in diameter bears 8. 46J de
grees K. 8 linksdistant, thence N. 37 degree TV. 0 pole
and zl link to a (tone in tne sonm line oi iienry Aic
Oracke&'s land; thence B. 75 X degrees W. 22 poles and
5 linka to a pest In tho Dublin Boad, 8. JE. comer to
aaid McOraeken' landi ttitnoe 8. 10 dagraea E. 22 poles
and 12 links to a post, thence 8. 82 degrees X.r poles
aad m links to tne Beginning. . .r - 1 r -
Excepting from said two trarts.tne following described
part thereof, heretofore est on to aiittaoetn Armiatead
deiorihed aa follows: Commencing at the south-east eor
nerof Michael Walton's land above mentioned: thence
South with the Dublin road H rods; thence westerly on
a line parallel with the aaid Michael Walton' aouth line
8. 62 degree 52 minutes W. 24 poles; thenoa N. 17 de
grees 30 minutes W. 69 70-108 poles; thenoe N. 54 de
crees . 71 CO-10U rods; thence 8 17 degrees 30 minutes
East 40 SO-100 poles; thence 8. 27 degrees E. 30 20-ltW
poles; thenoe N . (2 degrees 62 mloate B. 140 pole to
the becinninc. containing: forty acre. The - property to
be sold aa aa entire tract, estimated at two Hundred and
forty acres, and appraised at (50 per acre. -'
Trnaa or Bits One third in hand on day of safe,
balance la one and two year from day of sals, with In
terest secured by mortgage. tQ
Sfeuaua T, siuesdaAn,r,
April 5, lMI,-dtt-ww. .. , , i Bhoria. ilU
'WHO 8H0UID USE
All who an sillleteaT with InoipIMI Oonsumptlon or
Weak Longs should use thssa. i, . . ., ! . .' .-.
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion, Dys-
All wno auner irom ueoerai or nervowsnt'i
Bestmsneasat night. Want of Bleep, uj., aboald ass
theilL. , ., . i" -'(
All persons whs are convaleaosnt after lever or otoer
sickness mould use wee. j i
Minister of th Gospel, Lawyers, Lac La re ra, and at
pnblie speakers should us then. ' '
Book keeper, and all person leading a sedentary V
should a them. . 1 ' " '
TheagedandiollrasiionM ass tnem, w -
All who require a stimulant or tonie snoaia wee tnem.
All who are addicted to the as of anient spirit and
wish to Inform, should use-1 hem. "'
Thev are made of a nure Sbarrv win, and or the na
tive plant and herb of the-eountry, and should be re
commended by era pe noes aoewu, clergymen, pnysv
elans, and all friends of humanity.
They ar prepared by an txperieneed and sktllfn! phy
sician, and, astdafrom their medicinal pronertiea, area
moat delightful beverage! and yet, as a medicine, are as
innocentandharmleasastne doasoi baavan.'
Sold by dngclsts irenwraiiyc
CHAKLZI WIDDIFIEIJ) CO., JPreprUtors, .
; 18 WHiiao t.r We Yarsr.'
R0 BEETS 4 8AHHEL, Agent,
Valatnbne. Otola '
i. Gents' Linotf JWrt ;Cpllaris,,:'',!
OF "UPEBIOR QUALITY, lit OAK.
BOTE. Btandlnc, Byron, Pe,lgnay, Benfrew and
new shapes. Hemmed P octet Handkerchiefs. Neck
Blocks, Street and Jl renins Gloves, Half Mose of
kind, TJnder Garment and an kind Of Gents' Fur
nlsbinc uooes ta wraai rariat ana at aioneracw pneaat -
BAiH aoDuafiu a
. t . u Bo. S8Bouthai:htMat.i )
1.H itv "t .el . lii'H
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knapp & co;s,
119 South High Street,
j J i ' X II R : ." i
Weekly ohio statesman'.
! V.i .i ;. HA VINO A OIR0ULATIOH '
' ! IASQER BT SEVZSlt' TH0USAHDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
i ; ' Which OANNOT FAIL to bring
speedy and He'mnnera'lve Retnrna
'r , Te those wh take advantage ef them.
TTEE WJUIKICLY STATESMAN,
O Istributed aa it la through every Post Ofllc in Ohio, -
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Wkoae patronage U valuable, and who seldom see the
Daily Edition of city Journals; and aa only .
A 'Limited Hnmber of-Advertisements
j An Intertod la 1U eoimniu, appoprUtdly and
HABJ0$0MEtV PISPLAVED !
TBT easmoT van, to
',! OF ALL! f
Adfertbisaia the WEEKLY STATESMAN will Sa
J u advantagoua In '
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extenilve dlaaemla
.ration ; knowledge of their baalneas l-
i AMOKO COUBTET ' DEALEES I
' U advebtibehents intenbbd jo&'V'
Tho Weekly Statesman
I Bhonld be handed In before Friday noon. ,
: wxoauxnm rr tm late 14 "
SIR A3TLEY COOPERi' ;
DB. VALENTINE MOTT
aoknowladgad Heads of th frofssilan fa aitka
torn Den inretio, Tonie, and ttvlwrant Tha
Inert Eitrnet of tha WAI.IH.n nrrni?
BffiRRY. Tha Pnreet and Xft r.,i rji v-
INDISPENSABLE TO ". FEMALES; I
inVALUABLE TO THE SICeT-
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
" 1 HE ; IFFVT INn sWfiC .
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THF wnmn
For Sale.' Flnta m rinr4-. .
Dmr.f nJ... .y w-aj
VI VUUQUJ JuOrCJlAllEj'
' LOOK 001 FOB.IOOTI i
u n c isr . ft t 1st a
.'IHSfLT """"IB AHTIOLB ii .
tHARES' 10NDON CORDIAL 8IN,
B. BALDWIN SeCO
ll,ImPrters,01 Liberty Bt :
Soli In Oolumbsa'by ' " J ' ;"' ;7
. McKEE fc BISTIBAtrr, .
Wkobjaal and Ketal I Grocers, Statesman Bulldlnsv
j ..... , - - j, a. WAGrBB,nd Others. "i
MlBOlnelnnatl, by BDIBB, EOKBTBINfc CO.,
OcSM-deedAtlyw and other.
FANCY DRESS HILKR
,4 FANCk BBRBB BILKS, - . ii '! I-i--' :
I ' FANCY DBB88 SILKS, .'t:
ass bow offering oar tauaena etaok f Fancy Uress
at prices less than tvr befon) eferad la tht eitr.
IhaattenUoa of th ladle. s4 bM oily sad vicinity fa
snllcloed, s our stock to very aieotaan' mmplele In all
araaVaof roods ia thialiaa.n i u ipavrau. tiiiM i ..
Aui .. ' . .7.. . . . w . m a..k n. . V 1 1
:l il Visit . .1 " ','' ' -' -7.1 ' ''' ' ,
1 1 ill! s
r f O ; f .
' n't .laiiHrt-p :
VCTl INVITE ATTENTION to some ofthe'moet ex
Inordinary cure by my . . ,
. PECTORAL SYRUP. ' ; ;
They are at home, and any one' who has doubts can In
quire ef the person who have been cured by.lt. ;
EXAUINB LUNGS WITHOUT CIIAHQBi FOB ALL
TIIOHM WHO MEKD I1IB A1KDICINK8 , i
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS '-A case of'flve yeare'
landing cured by DK. KEVBBB'S PE0TOBAL BIBUP.
Pirraauaon, Jan. 11, 1600.
Sa. Kstssr : My wife baa been afflicted with a bad
cough and diUlculty of breathing, for lire or bt years,
wnicn.tor several year back, nau gradually increased In
violenoe. The complaint ha been hereditary, and ehe
had been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. In thia state of her case, I procured some of yonr
Pectoral Cough Byrup. I bought, the first time, a illy
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then oal led
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
she has now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness. I would also atate that 1 need the medicine my
self to a cold and cough. The medicine cured me by tak
inc one dose l exprea my entire aatutacuon witn the
medicine, and yon are at liberty to publish this If you
desire to do so. ... WM. WILSON,
Alderman Fifth Ward.
PiTriat'Ron, Nov. 18, 18J8.
Da. Kcvtsn : Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, In general, it affords me pleasure Indescrlba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. A a medioin
it is well worthy the attention of any person who may to
any manner be afflicted with coughs, colds and hoarseness
of any hind, and for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere oold.'. -
I bare been, more or less, In my life, affected with the
severest of cold and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed aa to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of tbe abov Byrup
It would relieve me entirely. , ,
In recommending tbli medicine, I must unhesitatingly
say that tt 1 the beat remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure the above, nor ahonld any family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent., - . r
Yours, most respectfully, ..
' EDWABDJ. JONB8,
Cashier Citlien' Deposit Bank.
STtuinvrLU,0., March 14, 1B59.
I have used Dr. Eeyser'i Oongh Byrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it 1
tha best medicine for the same mat i nave ever tasen
. J.W. P1U0B
COL. PRATT AND DR. KETSER'B PECTORAL
SYBUP. Da. Kit sir Dear Bin Excuse th delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of yonr Pectoral Ooagh
Byrnp sooner. 1 take great pleasure In laying that it i
all von sav It I. It Knockta int noitt cm oi fnv oouoa
and the worst one I waa ever afilicted 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 give it as fair a trial
as I have done, and they will be pro id to say, "It Is no
quack medicine." I would not suflsr another such an
attack for any conalderation, or at any coat. I am con
fident loan breathe more freely than lever did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. X ou are at liberty co use my nam
In this reirard, as yon think proper. JC. V. PBATT.
- Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
rittsourgti, May n, mow. . . .
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltlsen. and
who entertain doubt can consult me personally.
' PrrrsatmoH, April 94,1857.
BEAD THE TRUTH. Da. Kiraia: I have a daugh
ter who baa taken several medicines for a bad cough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of your PECTORAL
BYRUP, and before she had used half a bottle ah waa
relieved. The lecond bottle cured her entirely of her
Count). JOHN DAKIN.
Robinson street, Allegheny.
PiTTsaoaon, December. 31, 1853.
A GREAT CURE BY DB, KBYSBR'S PBOTORAL
SYRUP. I live in Peeblea township, Allegheny county.
I bad a conghing and spitting, which commenced aoont
the 4th of February last, and continued eight montha, I
employed the best physicians In the country, and my
cough continued nnabated until early in October. At
that time I was advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH
BYRUP, which I did, and after I bad taken one bottle I
was entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, snd I think it should be
known tnat tnia vaiuaoio rem eor win ao lor ouier wnac
It ha done Inmycaae. JUHN u. 1UXTLB,
Witness B. M. Baca. Peebles townhlp.
PaTToaTr., April 14, 1857,
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time ago, aa old
neighbor of mine waa very ill, with a bad cough whioh
very one supposed to be oonsumptlon. hi relative
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit: hi brotner came to see mm die, and all
were eonfirmed in the belief that he could not live. 1
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup,
wnicn l gave nun, ana n entirely enrea mm, to tne aston
ishment of all. What makes the ease more remarkable,
is the extreme age of th man, he being about eighty year
old. X nave no aouoc ine recwrai aavea an me.
DR. KEYSEB'S PECTORAL BTRUP IN BLAIBS
TILLE. Pleaae send me another supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody around ns
has the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser' Pectoral
Byrup." We have sola sixteen oottie last week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alterand Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blairsviile, Pa., tell ne they would not be without it
In their families. In fact, all who use It odd want ll
strain. Your, respectfully.
. 1 J. S. WATTER80N fc SONS
January 30, 1800.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYSEB'S
PBOTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and oold tor several week ao bad waa it that I eon Id not
sleep, 1 had the advice and prescriptions from three of
the best pnysicians in tne eity, wnom i eouia name, but do
not do ao. I finally procured a bottle or your Pastoral
Byrup, which cured me entirely. , signed,
S36 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan 9, 18C0.
'8T0P TnATiCOUGHINO." 'How ean I de Itt" "Go
to Keyser son Wood street and get a bottle of his Oongh
rectoial. and It tnat don't cure you, your case must be
desperate Indeed." this I a specimen of the colloquy
one hears almost every day In cold catching periods of
the year. And we can. from aotual experiment, cheep
fully concur in the adviser' admonition a above, for we
nave tried tne "rectorai," in amoat stuDoorn ease, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
witn oneoi uia most distressing, oontrary, mulish, on
ubduable cough we ever experienced since our advent
upon this mundane spnere. we coughed steadily and
laboriously for one whole week, In hope of tiring tt out,
but it waa no co. in nci u aeemeo rainer te nave im
proved by practice, and to have acquired trength.ooten-
oy and dittrttiibilUy by the operation. In thia stsge of
tne stem, we cou inea our way co neyser. iw wood at.
procured fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;'' took It
aeoordicc to direction, and in forty-eight .tours we were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
snrrenaerea, alter a onei duc unequal oonniciwiui so
formidable an adversary as Keyaer's famoua "Cough
reeionii. ATOunetrcwo ier, xw j, loo'j.
DR. KEYBER'B PECTORAL SYRUP Is prepared and
told by Dr. UBUttua 11. HKiotstt, iu Wood street,
nttsourgn, ra. .........
1LT po!d in uoiumuns oy buueuxb a bauubl.
A 8TJKTU CUKE.'
Prepared and sold by
.i: :. I
Da. GEO. H. KBY8BR,
. ,c . i :'
Price, B5 cent.
140 Wood at., PltUburgh, Pa.
JO Sold tn Columbus by ROBERTS At. SAMUEL.
ootir:xtawoom. .. . .,. .,-,.
Watches! Diamonds!! Silver War!!!
CHOICE A80RTITIENT OF COLD
and Silver Watches, in great variety. ,
I am Agent for tbe Aaaaioaa Watch Co , and can
; these excellent Watches at manufacturers' pile,
eltner wnoiesaie or rtetau. ,
Come and oho from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Btylea new price low.
A to Bilvtr Ware or sterling quality, I ean show new
pattern, very nandsome.
gllver Plated Ware, Tea Sett, Urns, Walters, Castors,
Basket, Pitcher, Collets, Knives, Forks, Bpoons, ice.
Then I hare a supply of fin Table cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Bason, Ac, and many Fancy Goods such aa
desired for present at such prices as are an induce
ment co the purchaser, i - wa. DUDS, ..
no, iu nncaeye mock,
marSl North side State House square.
GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS,
GOLDKN HILL BHIRT8,
GOLDBN BILL BHIRTB.
pattern of these shirts ar new- The Bodies. Yokes.
Sleeves ana oosoms ere lormea to nc ine person witn i
comfort. The mark noon each one designating th
my be relied on a bein g eorreet, and each shirt 1
guaranteed well made. A full atoek of all onalitie
oonaunuy lor sate ac vaaa a, ,
aovxt. no. xv noatn Hign screei,
TELLA SHAWLS! STELLA
SHAWLS 1 1 in all deslrableeolon, and a very
sargaiu, ., , mis a nun.
t NoM South High KteeW " I
aorti i nr i rtovn aoutn mho stre
' 'ii'' I
t)LACK STRAW BONNETS AND EL.1 ,;
egant Rlbbonj, In great variety t JBAIB'S, . I M
aTirria if-' i , . , mi.' ifw. BBurn snnM r - -
E 1 :,0;'li (I
' i U W ' 'H,""',:VlJ
; : - 0 B (
r i. S'-' 8 -rt v.q i
tii i''g5 2-fo s '"& ;
H i' t' O . . a - , R'j ,i .:! - i
By the as of these Pill the periodic attacks of Xer-
owe or Sict Eeadacht maybe prevented; and If taken
at the eommeneement of an attack Immediate relief from
pais and sickness will be obtained .
They seldom fall In removing the Xautta and
acA to which females are so (object. ' '
They sot gently ppoa the bowel removing Ootttt
. ... , . , ..... .
lor Literary Jfaa, StudtrUt, Delicate Female
and all persons of udontary haUtt, they ar valua
at a lamatto. Improving the appetite, giving tone '
safer to th digestive organs, aad restoring tbe natnr '
elasticity and ttrength of the whole system. '
TBI CEPHALIC PILLS ere the result of long Inves
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, having
been In aa many Fears, during which tuns they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
lng from Headache, whether originating in the nertout
syitem or from a deranged atate of the itomaeh.
They are entirely vegetable in their oompoaltlon, aa
may be taken at all time with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and tht abemct of any
dttaoreeatlt tattt render tt eatv to adminUter them
. , BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I .
Th genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
oa each Box.
! Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers In Medicines,
j A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
: Prloo, 23 Ooxxts.
! All orders should be addressed to , ,.,
, HENRY O. BPALDING,
! '' 48 Cedar Street, New Yorlu
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
" ; i ;; THAT A
' SPEEDY; AKD SURE CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACfl.' 7
4t thett Tettimontalt tear unsolicited VyV, Spain
ins, they afford unguettionable proof of tht effl
i . cacF of tMt truly toientifio iieaovery.
MAaowrnu, Coca , Feb. 5, 1801.
1 have tried yonr Cephalic Pills, and 7 like them to
well that I want y on to send me two dollar worth more.
' Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
few out of the first box I got from you.
Bend the Pills by mail, and oblige ' ' ' ' '
Your ob't Servant,
; . . t , i JAMBS KENNEDY.
HivxarocD. Pa.. Feb. 6. 18C1.
. Sot: -i' '
I wish von to send ma one more box of vour Cephalic
riits, j Mvt received a gnat aeal oj oenejitjrom msm
i oars, resneotiuiiy,
MARY ANN BT0IKH0U8E.
BrtoccCacix, Huarnwroc Co., Pa.,
' Jannarw 18. 18111.
n. O. SrALomo.
Yon' will nlaaaa aend ma two hox-ea sonrfJenhallc
run. Bena tnem immeaiaieiy.
' 1 JNO. B. SIMONS.
P. 8. I have need ohm ham af vour PUIm. and. And
'' BdxbVsxhoh. Omo. Jan. 15. 1861
Please find enclosed twenty-five cents. Tor which send
me another box of your Oephallo Fills.- They art truly
wit twi j iue i Mve ner rrua. . .;
Direct A. STOVER, P. II., . .
, Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
' ' - i 1 BcnALY. Mass.. Dee. ll. 1SG0.
H. C. SrALBiMc. Esa. . i 1 1
I wish for some circular or large ehow bill te brine
yonr Oephallo Pill more particularly before my custo-
lers. ii you nave anytning oi tne kind, please lend to
le. ..... . . .
One of my euatomers, who Is subject to aevere Blck
Headache, (usually laatlng two daya,) vat cured of an
auacK tn ont Hour oy your rule, which I sent her.
. . -W.B. WILKES.
j , ,, BrrcoLPsaoao, FaaJicuii Co., 0nio,
Januarv 0. I8G1. . . i
HootT 0. SraiDica,
, No. 48 Cedar at, N. Y.'
Dkak Sic: . i . ,
Inolosed find twenty five cent. (25.1 for which aend
vox oi - vcpuauc rins." ceno 10 aauress or tlev. Wm,
0. Filler, Reynoldaburw, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your POt work luce a cAorwi enre Htndai-l nl.
ntoaf initanttr. ., ,, ,
i Truly your, 1
; 1 ' WM. O, FILLER. '
: Yraiucn, Mich., Jan. 14, 1801.
Net lone staeel sent to you for a box of Cephalic Pills
ror tne euro or vn nervous ueaaacno ana uostiveness.
and received tbe same, and they had to good an effeeA
tnat i vat tnaueta to tenajor more. .
rues send ny return mail. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER, 1 '
'i , f .: . ., , i ... ... ... Ypallanll, Mich.
'. : From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Oephallo Pills accomplish the object for which they
wore mauo, via., uuro oi naansrna la an ira lorm. -
"'' i . From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. ;
They have been teted In more than a thousand casta
With entire suooes.
i i .. . ... . : . , i . - ' "
From the Democrat, 6t. Cloud, Minn. '" :
If yoa are, or have been, troubled with the headache
and for a box, (Cephalio Pills,) so that yoa may have
tnem in case ci an attack. , . , ;i.
, From the Advertiser, Providence, B. I, ' '
Th Oephallo PHI are said robe a remarkably effective
remedy for toe need acne, ana one or tne very best for
that very frequent eompiatnt.WQten. nu ever been die-
From th Western R. R. Gasette, Chicago, III. '
We heartily endorse Mr. Spanldlng, and his unrivaled
Cephalic Pill. . - , !
Front the Kanawha Valley Btar, Kanawha, Va;
We are core that persons nfferinc with the headache
who try them, will stick to them.
From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La. -
Try theml yoa that ar afflicted, aad we ar sure that
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
that has received psneat tnatao other medicine can
Frora the Btv Louis Democrat. !
th lanmeaa demand for the article (Cephalic Pill
rapuiiy increasing. , . -.
! from the Oaxette, Davenport. Iowa. '
Mr. Spalding woald not connect his name with an ar
tuie oa aw noc mow so possess real menu
JTJA single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
asiaaap jbb w sa svaavay waa wan- aaer "Y r"fl"tlf AjarfL fl
i SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I,;.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SAVE VHI PIBCBSI
IE?" A Stitch Tin Bavss Nurs."JTT '
As accidents will happen, even In well romlatad fan,.
It Is very desirable to have aoma ehean and ann.
lent way lor repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE r ; ",'
all inch tmergencles, and no household eaa afford
be without it. It i always ready, and ap to the stick
tngpolol, i - .'. , .. i- ..i . .' w ,. j .
UMFUlt lit SVBHS BtlUBB." r '
H. 1. A Brash aoeaaaoii each bottl. ; i'i . '
Address, , ,,,
HENBY 0. BPAXDINa.
No. 8. Cedar Street New York.
'.. ;t.,.rf M4 r".rV""1J luci-.l '. ssl.A '
eertala anprlndpled persons are attempting' to
iaOlf An Ilnaanhantliie snnVtllM lnI. tt .T
PBBPABBD GLUE, I would eaution all person te ex-
iliaa afive sinhuin. mA
, irpSPALDIMG'S PBEfABBD
c ut roil ci
the ootald wrapper; aUotMn art ewladlingeoa
arrsniB. - boi
, - THE GREAJEST t
OP THE AGE.
It. KENNEDY. OF HOXBTJHYI
baa discovered In one of our common pasture weed
a remedy that cure
Every Kind of Humor,
1 !.' .'. .' .1 . FROM : , ,' 'j .... ..).l.'
Tha wont Sorofula down to common Pimple.
?hM trtei " w rer eleven hundred cases, and nev
er tailed except In two case, (both thunder humor.) He
na now In his possession over one hundred certificates of
. Si " wltnln twenty miles of Boston,
mouth ' wrr,u,,ei1 to can -""sing sore
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of Pimples
en the face. . . .
, Two or three bottle will clear the system of bile. .
Two bottle are warranted to eure the wont canker In
th mouth or etomach. . . . ,
Three to fly bottles are warranted to cure the worat
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottle are warranted to cure all humor In
Two bottles are warranted to eure running the ears
and blotches among the hair.
- Four to six botle are warranted to cure corrupt and
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin.
Two or three bodies are warranted to care the went
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottle are warranted to eure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt-Rhana.
Five to eight bottle will enre the worst cas of scro
fula. ' . f
A benefit I always experlenoed from the first bottle, ,
a perfect eure 1 warranted when the above quantity la
taken, . ,
Sua Maram: Th repntation of the Medical Di -'
eovery, in curing all kinds of humor, lo well astab- -llshed
by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used
It, that I need not say anything on the subject, aa th '
most skillful physician and the moat careful Druggist in
the country are unanimous In Its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, 1
do It with a full knowledge of It curativa power, In re
lleving all, and ourlng moat of those diseases to which 1
you are unfortunately so liable. That most excruciating
disease loan affectionate mother,
NURSING SORE 1TIOUTH,
la cured aa If by a miracle; yonr own temper 1 restored '
to it natural awoetnesa, and your babe from ehort and
fretful nap to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical '
Discovery become a fountain of blessing to your husband i
In the more advanced itage of
I (extends to the itomaeh .causing
which I nothing but canker en the stomach; then to the
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference erea
to the cares of your family.
;Your stomach is
1 RAW AND INFLAMED, '
your food distresses you, and yoa can only take certain ' '
kinds, and even of that youraystem doe not get half ' ,
the nourishment it contain, a the acrimonoua fluid of
the oanker eat It up;- then your complexion loae Its
bloom aad becomes sallow and greenish, and yonr best
day la gone. For want of nourishment your system be
come loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body be
eume relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery Is peculiarly adapted to '
' I OUREi
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the aide, weakness o
the spine and amall of Die back, pain of the bip joint
when yoa retire, irregularity of the bowel, and ale,
that most excruciating of dlseaie, the
- . PILES.
. How many thousand of poor womerf are suffering from
this disease and pining away a miserable life, and their .
next door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish t
Impress on your mind chat good old proverb, "An ounce
of prevention i better than a pound of cure," In the .
yoa have both the preventative and the eure, with till
great and good quality, that it will never, under any
circumstances, do you any injury.
I THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Is especialy Intended for dtseasea of the blood, but line
it Introduction in the Western Stale, it li found to be
that was ver before the public
Ho change of diet ever necessary eat the best yoa can
and get enough of it.
Dihictioms roa can Adult one table poonful per
day Childrenovertenyears,deaertpoonful Children
from five to eight yean, tea spoonful. A no direction
can be applicable to all conaitutioni, take anfflclent t
operate on the bowel twice a day.
Price 1 1.00 per bottle. For y every druggist in
the United State. ep31-dfcwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economical
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
ItO It original color without dyeing, and preventing the
llair from turning gray.
! FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, when there Is th least particle of vitality -
or recuperative energy remaining,
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
I And all eutaneou affection of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an oneqaled gloss and brilliancy, maklnc -
It toft and silky In it texture, and causing it to curl
ine great celebrity and Increasing demand for tht an-
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial la only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of It
superior qualities over any other preparation in nae. It
cleanse the bead and scalp from dandruff and othar
entaneoua diseases, causing the hair to crow luxuriantlr
giving it a rich, auf c, glossy and flexible appearanee, and :
aiso, wnera uie oair is loosening ana winning, It will give -strength
and vigor to the root and restore tbe growth to !
hose parts which have become bald, causing ll to yield a
resh covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladles and gentlsrasa In Naw -York
who have bod Iheir hair restored by the use of this
Invigorator, when all other preparation nave failed. L. : '
M. ho in his possession letter Innumerable testifying '
to the above facts, from persona of the highest rediec la
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of life; and in cases where'th hair
ha already changed its color, the ose of the Invigorator
will with certainty restore it to it to itaorurlnal baa.
Ing it a dark, glossy appearance. A a perfum for the
toilet and a llair Itestorative It la particular! vmom.
mended, having an agreeable frngrance; and the great fa- -cllltles
it affords In dressing tha hair, which, when moist
with th Invigorator, can be dressed In any required ,
form so as to preserve Its place, whether plainer in curls;
hence the great demand for It by the ladies aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be without. tha nrfaa
place it within the reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cents ,
perbottle, tone had at all respectable Druggist and .
j.1 j rcriwmer,
L. MILLER would call the attention of Parent and -
Guardians to the use of hi Invigorator, In case where
tbe children's hair inclines to he weak. Th us of It 1
lay tbe fonndatlon for tgoodhead of hair, tt tt re
move any impurities that may have become connected 1
With the scalp, the removal of which la necessary both
for the health of the child, and the future'atioearanca of
ItS Hair. ..-,: r .:..!)
Oairnoc. None cennlne without the fac simile LOTTTR .
MlLLEB being on the outer wrapper; also, L, MIL- '
LER'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y blown In the '-'
- Wholesale Depot. 58 Dey atreet, and sold by all th
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout tbe world
liberal discount to purchaser by tbe quantity. ' . ' ' ' '
I also desire to present to the American Pnblie my . ; .
HEW AKS IBtTBOVED DJSrAirTAlTEODS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of sclentldo experimenting, I have -brought
to perfection. It dje Black or Brown Instantly '
wlthoutlnjury to the Hair or 8kin; warranted the best '
article of the kind In exlstanc. . . . v i. .
j.- PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 56. Dey St, New
- , Ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'fi. 1
HEMMED STITCHED LINEN HAND
kerchief, very wide heme. i,'. j , 1 . j .
Embroidered Linen Handk'g all prices. .
Hemmed Btltchadand plain do, do.
do ' do oolorcd borden.
Mourning do - black borden
do do, ,., new tyle cross stitchsd. ,,
Pin Apple do new pattern.
Mliws' Plain and Hemmed Btltclud do all prices. ' '
Comprising the most select assortment In the eity and
lowest prices. BAIN fc BON, -
lettai . no. x Bouth Ulgh Btreei. ,
' .it .1 . M-
KovaUIm In Neck Tie. and Hnarfl.
' " ' Byron and Garrote Collars.
' ' f Xmbroldend Pocket Handkerchief-;
. Pari Kid Glove, superior make.
' Oolden Hill Bhlrts, various styles.' ' "
Boys' Golden Hill BhirUk do - . - v.,,. ..
Driving and Street Glove, do '
Hemmed rocket Handkerchief, various styles. '
.. Half 11 oss and Under Garment, '
BAIN fc BON,
aprllS : i ,!:- s So. SS South High atreet,
WIDR MANTLE DAHAGES, BOTH
.White and black, just received at - .
Jysa BAia m
MINK MUFFBi VI0T0RINI8 and OUFFS w ar
sew selling at very low price, also all other kind
t00l. r, c.
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