' " ' "' v iust ' received BY V
No. 30 North High Street,
One oi the! largeet Beit Selected. .
BVBH OrYRRKD IN THIS CITYI
House Builder Furnishings
' Of WlMltlM AND QUALITY. j
srenca AAiuerlei ' .1
PAINTS GROUND IN Oil.,
snd pat ap U talf pound cans tor family use, and r
Paints In balk. s :
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of .
AXES GRINDSTONES, fee. '
' GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOTi 4.0.
' ( , FISHING TACKLE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
t J BELTING-.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invite the attention of 11 Interested to o y
itockof Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED TOKKS,
Tablo, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fcc,
of KOQERRb A BRO'8. Manufacture, warranted to be
extmheavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchant., Mechanic, and others, are Invited
to call and examine my Stock, a. I am prepared to sell
Wholesale and EeUil. WM. A. GILL.
Columbus, Ohio, May 8, 1B60.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
No. 106 South High Street.
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
n.n. ..ml at Goods
1TK1IJ . . . .
For the Full and Winter Trade
. ..., iiKiiio Ml N CERE THANKS
TrtTIlK PUBLIC for past favors and pelron
XU " ' ,un,cn ITT I. HIT
sue, and being Ir a....... - - --
aont"uauce of earn, by .trice Attention .to
and prompt dellTery ol Good.,
I would 'call the notice of the public to the bet that
baying al.arsre end
v.. . w.in m dIlr receipt of goods from the differ-
oaou, auu " n -
entmarkeu, I flatter myself th.t I can offer to theeiU
KD1 of Columbus, of to any who may desire to puretas.
an assortment of articles appertaining to the GROCERY
trade. UN EQUALED by any houio In tha city.
Ih. price and quality of the good, offered, ; I nar.
antee i ;
Good Delivered Tree of Charge.
, wm. McDonald.
Baltimore Clothing flonse.
STAjrcrAC-rntnis K whousali aiJ a
No. 308 W. Bcoltimore-street,
(irrwrxa lisks tt aim aowaao,)
A Large Aitortment of Piece and Furnishing
Qoode Constantly on Hand,1
XTCrillltvxrL .A. O-ill
And Seed Store,
GENERAL HARD V ARE,
NAILK.aLABS, 8 ASS, PtTTT, C0RDA01,
Guns, Piatole, Wood Willow Ware,
Kthsiaud Rubber Belting, lacs Leaflet, Jloss i and
3. DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Corner of High and Cay Sta.i
COLUMBUS,... A OI1IO.
"A large Stock of line and Staple Goods on hand."
Scotch Oat Meal
Bice t lour
Oraam Tartar, -figs
. Tr.'ttl Oann d Traits of every descilptlen;
Jellies of all kiads; -,.
, BlavorlngBatrarteofaUkbis. .
Gum Drops; Mixed Candies;
, Almonds, Jllberts, Pceon Nuts, . .
. Enrlish Walnuts, Braiil Nuts. etc,
8o27 s wm. Mcdonald.
mm ' tXMsail I I C5 "I I? I"!
; ! wbelesale and tteiali Dealer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
. , . .; Ho. 85 yiflh Street.
PIT SBTJRGII, Pa;:
Oct. w- iyo .-- ' ' - ",:
laces and Embroideries,
VlaceOollarsandBetts. French, Pusher and Thread
Its Veils- (new patterns ) VaUaclenes, Thread and
pJfSt LaceT. Kmbrildered Collars, Belts, Trlmmlnt s and
klrts 2 BrZ Taod Coiffures. Plsln Wuen Collars,
.. . . f , o. S9,aouthHlKhBtreei.:-,
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Creitlin with tba PltTSBUBOH, IT.
WAVNK A 0BIOAQ0 RAILBOAD
far PiUibwvK SMladtlpMa and SaUimcrt. Mto
or J'ert Way and Chicago
Connecting at Clereland with the LAKK BriOBI BAIL-
- ... r - ' BO AD ' ' -
For Dunkirk, Unffalo, Albany, Boa
ton, and New Xork.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
from Oolumbui, In oonnectlon with Iralni on the
LITTLE PI I A I'll AND COLUMBUS
AND XEN1A HA1LROADS. ;
NIGHT XPBE88.-L,TM Columbus at 3.40 A.M (
will nmsMDirera at all atationa south of Oallun.
top at Delaware, Aauley, Oardington and Oilead, and
at all itations north ot Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:45 A. U., Dunkirk 3:?5 P. U.. Buffalo 5 V5P. M.
Albany 5:uu a. iu.. New xora iv.ju a. ai., iwiion i.m
P. M , Pittaburth via Creitllne 339 P U , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago via Crestline at 8:80 P. M.
NEW YOBK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, Delaware, cardingion,
Gallon, Creitllne, Shelby, New London, Wcllimton and
Grafton, arrive at Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk,
9:00 p. m.i Buffalo, 10:55 p. m i Albany, H:a. m.;
NewYoik, 8:30 p.m.; Boston, 4:40 p. m.; Pittsburgh,
via Crestline, 8S0 p. m.; Philadelphia, 10 a. m.. Con
nects at Shelby for all points on Sandusky, Mansueld A
Newark tt. it., norm ot enemy.
: THIRD TBAIN
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaver Columbus
it3:20n. m. Will ston at all atatlons South of Shelby,
and at New London, Rochester, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arrive at Cleveland at t:10 p. m.; Dunkirk,
4:50 a. m. Buffalo. 4:20a. m.; Albany, 3:30 p.m.; New
York, 9:30 p m.; Boston. 11:45 p.m.; Pittsburgh, Via
Oretltne.at 2:10 a. m.; Philadelphia, 5:15 p. m., Con
neeis at Shelby for all pointi on Sandusky, Mansfield A
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
Nignt Trains to CMcago, new
. . .York and Boston.
Baggage Checked Through to Kern York and Eotton
via Clereland; aim, to Philadelphia and
JVeto Yorkvia QrtsUine.
Night Express arrives at Columbus at.. '. 11:45 P. M.
Cincinnati Express " " " 11:10 A.M.
Accommodation, " " ' , , 8:10 P. M.
Fare aa Low a by any other llonte.
Atk for TiehU via Crettlineor Cleveland.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, April 15, 1831 .
CENTRAL OHIO R.
T)i nl.,,l, St ITJUonKnrf
CONNECTING VIA '
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
wnn tnE i
BALTIMORE OHIO ft RM
Bollaire and Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania Central R.
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Cltyi and -all
no. ibxpbess , i
Leaves Oolumbus st 3 30 A. M-t stoss at all stations east
of Newark when signalled. Arrives ai Newark at 4:50 A.
M., Zsnesville at 0.00 A.M., Bellaire at 10:20 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore A Ohio R. B., and via
Pittsburgh with Pennsylvania R. B. (or all eastern cities.
NO. 2 EXPBE8S
Leaves Columbus at 11:18 A. M.: stops at all stations
when signalled. Arrives at Newark at r-MS A. M.,
Zaneavllle at 8:04 P. at.; BelUIre at 0:10 v. M., aon
necting with the Baltimore A Ohio K. R. for all eastern
NO. 3 EXPRESS
Leaves Columbus at 3:10 P. M.; stops at all stations when
signalled. Arrives at Newark at 4:30 P. M., Zsnesville
at 5:40 P. Bellaire at 0:45 P. M., connecting via
Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania Jt. u. lor an eastern
cities. - - : .
This Boole offers the ADVANTAGE of a Through
Ticket and Baggage inecK to WAtminuiun uiu,
and also gives the Pasenger the privilege of visiting
RAI.TIMORM. PHILADELPHIA and NKW-YORK, at
the eost of a New-York Ticket alone; or the privilege or
vi.ittnrallof thenrincinal SEABOARD CITIES at the
nt r a BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Routes.
Through Tickets to KUW lunnran ns proeurea via
WAbulHuiUM ULXl,Man autuuonai ui
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
As on other Routes.
Sleepiog Cars on all Night Trains,
' ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
Coluinbue and Bellaire or Wheeling;,
JNO. W. BROWN, , -Apt.
15. Gen. Ticket Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
CREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
itairi'k av wscmwnTnK
1 and Baltimore on the East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and rarkersourg on me sen, i. .uwuciihi i. buhh
with Rallroals, Steamers, Ac, for and from all points
Weit, ontli-we and Nortb-f eat
v THREE, TBAINS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This Is the only routs to Washington City. .
ti v .1,1 w,ni mi, vttlt Sftltlmnra. Phlla
delphia, New York and Boston, at the coat of a ticket to
Boston alona by other lines.
m . ; . ,V.a V..trn i,ltM fn m nrocured
via Washington City at an additional charge ot two dol
gLsrana Oaas Attschsb to six hioht trim.
Tim a auiok and far a lot a via any other
routs. ; ... . . .' .
Inquire for tickets Tie uaiumore ana udio nwiroaa at
any of the principal Railroad offices in tha West,
t, M. COf.e?, General Ticket Agent, i
W. P. 8M11H, Master Transportation,
oct!J-tf. llALTiaoas, ltd
80 cases Italian Oil, Barton A Co., for table ass.
10) ' FrencD sinsiara, lavome oranns;
5 " Boned Bardines, the BEST Bardines Imp'td
4 of Capers and OIItcs.
5 " Table gauees 'Lea A Perrln's Worcester
shire," "Soyer's Bultana," "John Bull,"
, "Harrey," "Beading."
10 Walnut and Tosnato CaUnp.
1ft dos. Cross A Blackwall's celebrated English
. Picklrs, consisting of "Cauliflower," "PW
' ' - " ' ealill," Chow-Chow," "Walnnt," "On-
. . . ion," "Cabbage,'' ' Beans," "(Jherk V
, i " Wx Pickles, r . ... , , j
SO ". London Porter. .
lOU " Campbell's celebrated Eootch Ale. ,
B eases Ginger Preserves. !-.
O boxes ItalUn Maoanmfnd TersaacllU. .
8 gross Cox's Gelatine.
Coleman's celebrated English Mustard, in kegs, boxes,
cans and bottles. .....- v :
BOST7 WM. A10UUNAUP.
j - i vua n w nf,ui.i.i, j ,, , i
AGENT FettHOMB CONTINENT A I,
MAimaTTaw, Bacon trr, ar d lanaasias las. Oo.
Naw Voaat ssmciurrs' bbA Crnr Vina or UutTroaa
Nw Yoaa Lira and Com. Hsiwai. Lira. , . ; .-. ,
Office, 81 lltffB .t.s HavHife'sj Bl ;n
b7-d1y - ' '- -"' '" '
W f TVear ejsw SsTnsej fltiv vfA
, 'Alexandre's .Kid Gloves.., ' ..
Ptkll" AmDEIBBBOIDEUEO. Iflrtlla.
(UsSTAIRa and tegular sliapa Black JtldOloses.
embroidara la white, magenta, purple, Ae. Ur.drewwl-
KidOlom. MttMS Kid Olores. A complete assortment
of those celebrated 0 lores always lor sale by , ..
v ' .... BAM A B0!f,' "j
fchS9 No. 99 Booth High street.
.v : Canton Mittiflgs. ;
t4 114 V4f TVblle and iled and
t White Checked of supeilor nuslliy. For sal by i -
.. ..,..-) 1... BAIN A BUM, ' . ; .
SDbS3 h-i. ,' ' , v. 'i Ji,a9kouth,IIIghst..
ir .vCo-Pattiiership;1,.., f
I II A VT! TlllS 1AV ADMlTTEB BIT
son JAMBS AD8BRBAIU partner Is any bael
ness, which will kereeter be JJIIif
at Bain A Sos. ' HlI' 28 Se,l,n "H!h
.ColVA'.88, " '
u Hint ih
Nos. 35, 38 & 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES 1
HAVING MOVED INTO M t
-. .1 HAVE i
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE..BEEW
DEPLENISHED ; THROUGHOUT
, ... WITH . v I
mew Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
C. T. WHITE & CO., NEW '., YOBK,
THUS MAKIN0 IT THE ... . . f
Most Complete Establishment
"' 'in the city.': , j
I am now prepared to Execute all Orders tot
BOOK AND JOlB
And in the Most Approved Style of the Art.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO j
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bill of Lading;, Circular, I
III II lleada, Blanka, Deedm
Certificatea, Kecelpta, i
Dray Xickcta, , Ues;latera,
HOW CARDS 8s BILLS IN'COLOBS,
CHECKS, i K0TES, ' i j
CARDS, EHVEtOPIS, ' '
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, j
Show Bins, Hand Bills, labels, Concert Fro
grammes, 8ehool and College Senemea, Hi
tel Bills of rare, wviianont, so.
BooK Wo i is.
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION .
School and College Catalogaei, - ; j
KiBceUaneont FamphleU, . ' : i
' Conititutione, Reports, Bfioli, Ae
. , . : r. 1 ..; . M
Printing in Gold and Colors
POSTS JEL a"fk
: ' Printed In Every Color on a ,(
Mammoth Hoe Cylinder.
The only Frees of the kind In Central Ohio.'
Hi rsdlltiM tor doins an and all of the abore descrip
tions of work, are now unsurpassed, and satisfaction will
be guaranteed in all cases. ''' '
II' All Wors lumisnea prompuj oy in wi praoina.
. RICHARD MVIH8,
The Court ol Common Fleas, Franklin Conn
'ty Ohio. . . , ;'..:;::, i
Sarah 3. Walton ) . ;
ts. Balein PaTUDon., " ,
Luclnda Walton et al.) , ; '
Tl fUHSDANCE OF AW OUDEB Of
X the said Court to me directed, I will offer, for sale at
public auction, at the door of the Court House, in the
City uoiumous, on '
Tuesday, May 7th, 1861,' v -
the following described real estate, situate in -Norwich
township, f ranklin county, umo, w wu.
Part of the W. B. Bentield surrey, No. 554, bounded
ss follows: Beginning at a stone In the road leading from
Columbus to Dublin; being the south-easterly corner to
lot No; one, in the survey in proceedings la partition to
Michael Walton; thence with the south line of said lot
No. 1,8. 05 degrees W. liU poles, toa stone south west
erly corner to ssid lot; thence with the westerly line
thereof, N. 87 degrees W. 31 SO-100 poles to a stoae,
north westerly corner of said lot, and cornet to land be
longing to the heirs of Apollos Rogers; thence with their
line N. 17tf degrees W. 0X poles to a stake, another cor
ner to said heirs' land; thence with another of their lines
B. 54 degrees. W. 36li poles to a stake and stone In the
original west line of the surrey, and south-west corner; to
aaidhelr'e land; thence with the original Una of said sir
rey, 8. 43 degrees 30mlnntes,l . 73 poles to a atone .north
easterly corner to a tract of land of tvo hundred acres
conveyed by Abner Clspp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
27 1KU; thence with his line . 63 degrees, B. 301 poles
to a stone,anotner corner oi saiu uwpj inuu;iuonco miu
another of his lines B. 27 degrees. E. 1180-100 poles to
another corner of said Clspp s land; thence with another
of hia lines N . 03 degrees B. 140 poles to a stone, another
of said Clapp'aoorners; thence with another of his lines
B. 27 degrees X. 13 poles toa stone, another of said
Clapp'a corners! thence with another of his lines N.63
dKTMi . 31 Doles to a stone, northeasterly comer to
said01app'sland;thenoeN. 60K degrees W. 0 poles
and 14 links; thence N. 11 degrees W., following
the Dublin Hoed seventy-eight poles to pi befdn
ning, containing 273 acres,, be the sam'. jnore or
less; and also. In the same surrey; 554, T acd
iinininr the above described tract, another tract ot 3
3S-ICI0 acres, bounded as follows: beginning it a stone
south-easterly corner to the aoove described trace, theaoe
N. eoii B. 11 poles and 6 links to a stone In the
Dublin Road from which a cherry tree so inches
in diameter, bears N. 34X degrees K. 08 links, tote
n n u rftvreee k. 1 notes aoa aw hues w a posu iron
M,k . nimi 12 Inches in diameter bears B, 46X de-,
grees U. 8 links distant, inencs a. m uegrecs w. wpoies
and 21 links to a stone In the south line of Henry Mo
Oraeken's land; thence B. 1iH degrees W, 23 pole and
S links to a post In the Dublin Koad, 8. Kt oprnSr. to
said McOracken's land; thenos 8. 10 degrees B. 3il poles
and IS links to a post, thence 8. 02 degrees M.f .pqles
and iu llnkatotna oeginnug. . . i . - j
Excepting from said two tracts.the following descrlied
part thereof, heretofore set off to 'Elisabeth Armistesd,
described as follows: Commencing at the south-east opr
ner of alictasel Walton's land above mentlonsd; thenoe
south with the Dublin road 8 rods; thence westerly on
a Una parallel with the said Michael Walton's snath line
B. 02 degreee minutes w . v pimi umcs n , j uc
grees 30 minutes W. 0970-100 poles; tbeneo N. 54 de
crees B. 71 eo-100 rods; thence 0. 17 degrees 3tt minutes
Ansft-UK) nolea: thence 8. 7 degrees B. X) SO-luO
poles; thenceN. 6 degress 52 mineta tt. 149 poles to
the beginning, containing forty acres. , The property to
be sold as an entire tract, estimated at two hundred and
forty acres, and appraised at 50 per acre.
Trans or Bate. One third In hsnd on dsy' of vile,
balance in one and two years from day of sale, with In
terest secured by mortgage-, ' " j
' GE0RG8 W HTJPFU Alf,
, Apr!15,ie61.-dlt-Aw4w. ' - ' Bherln.
WHO SHOUID PSU "" '
J. BOVEE DODS
VTCGrErTABtLK 4"i. j
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Lungs should use mem. . -
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia oi Piles should use them.
All WiiO BfSalCr ISOia U6sa,.s ioivve"v
BeftleHDeat Dlght, Want of Sleep, fcc., ibould M
them. . 1
All Dsrsons who are eonvalesoent aner' fever or other
sickness should use them. t. " " ! '
Hinuters or Uie uospei, uawjcib, mraran, wiu mt
public speakers shoeld use them. '
Book Keepers, aud all persons leading a sedentary If
should use them. '
The aged and rofirm should ass Ibssni 1 'i i.t
- All who require a stimulant or lento should nee them.
All who are addicted to Die use of ardent spirits and
wish to Inform, should use them.. . ; j-r !
They aie made of a pure Bberry Wine, ana or the na
tive plants and herbs of tbs country, and should be re
commended by temperance societies, clergymen, physl
SUns, and aU friends of humanity. L
They are prepared by an experienced nod skillful phy.
slclan, and, aside from their medicinal properties, are a
most delightful beverage, sod yet, as a medicine, are as
Innocent and harmless as the dewsof heaven. j
Boldby drugirt1sgenTally. ' ; T I
CBaBLEB AWTDDIFIEIJ) sV CO., Preprietors, .
i t3 t79 William tit,. Haw ITorev.
ROBERTS ft 8AMUEL, Agenti,;''
,. f:oluttaM, OAJs -i.
aetaOdfcwIfi . t ) '
. , , GoatslJncn'; SHrt Collars, J -
B0TB. Standing, Byron, Persignay, Benfesw and
other new shspee. Hemmed Poeke Haadkercbiers. ee
Ties. Stocks, Btreet and f.veulng O loves. Half Hoss of
every kind, Coder Garments and all kinds of Cents Fur
nbhtnf floods in great variety and at moderate 'Prices.
j .,... o BAIN ,
' febM 1 " e, W BMtirlMgn street.
tJUt tl.'.i, OOM
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KNAPP 8c CCS,
119 South High Street,
WEEKLY OHIO' STATESMAN-
HATING A CIBCTJ1ATI0N
LAB0E3 ' BY BETEBA1 THOXTBAKDS '
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT JAIL to bring
Mpeedr and Besnnncralre Betnrns
To those who take advantage of them.
THE W mmUKV STATESMAN,
Distributed as It Is through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
Daily Sditions of city journals, and as only .
A Limited: Bnmber of Advertisements
Are Inserted in Its columns, appopriately and
THXT CAKII0T FAIL TO
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
It advantagous In
THfi INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow en extensive dissemli
( aUon ,t ; .knowledge of their business '
AMONG COTJHTEY DEALEE8 I
ADVEETI8EMENTB INTENDED FOR
The Weekly Statesman
Should be banded In before Friday noon.
BJsoomreroiFD bt thb latb
a SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
VF ivun Lrvrre. mn V
DE. VALENTINE MOTT
or stsnr vosr.
The aoknowledged Beads of tha Profession, la oathsT
The beet Dlaretio. Tonio. and In-rurorant. The
nnent Extract of the ITAXJAN . JLTmPUB
BXHB7. The Purest end Moet Coetly Gin Ex-
tsllti'.' ' ''"Jll ..... ... ..
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
iiuuii i a u it ( -rue cirir
r r i i INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
Tor Bal6FIntB jpd Quarts, by rcry
wraEgist,. urooer, or vonatrj xaercnaoc
ti X'N T) O N ' Gh'-X-N S.
THB OTIVt OE WTJIWl AKTIOIaB IB
SHARLESr-L0ND0N CORDIAL GIN.
B. BAtDWIN & CO., J
.EnjTIImibcarter8,'Cl Liberty St,'
titin Cohmbwi if. ' ' t"''Jll '
' Wholesjle and Retail Oroeers, Statesman Building.
- 0. A. WAGNER. and others. -
In Olneinnatl, by , , SUIK1. 1CKBTEIN A 00., -oc2ft-deodfclywf
' u ' ' ... ' endothera.
" .' AfANOY DRK8B MfiKH; Wi 1 ;
FANCY DRESS BILstB, -J "
We ere aew onerlae- oar hanrase stock of Fancy Drees
Silks at prleee less than ever before offered la this city,
The attention or the ladlee of this cuv and vicinity is
solicited, as our stock Is rerc Mlect and complete la all
grades of goods la this ftp JS? 7" . PETE R B AIN, w ;
,:t.t if x -.if.' ' xnv !
WE M nilBR
seivw (it '.
r-nt-;- i i.f v. fit ,(.!:
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p- S U . . h-4
- ts .
inpl INVITB ATTENTION to some of the most ex
traordinary cures uy my ,
They are at home, and any one who has double can In
quire of the person who have been curedby.it.
1 DR. KETBER 18 PREPARED AT ANY WM Tp
V V. r. ,TaiinlTM nilaVllU, VAU A T.I.
TUOOB WHO nEBU 1110 BlBWAWAilUB. ...
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A ease of live years'
tending cured ny . ssim.upi."".
Piminaan. Jan. 11. 1860.
Da. Kawxa: My wife has been afflicted with a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for five or six years,
which , for several years back, had gradually Increased la
violence. The complaint baa been hereditary, and ebe
had been treated by several physicians without any re-
.. a il l a- a- - a... -M I nsAAM sasajl aimsl Of AI1I
lC I, IH WIS asiaVU Wl UOI ajssjj A pivvii "
. n i a T i , V.sa Ar t (met s flflw
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
tDd got QOliar OOUIO, WUiou vumu
ha hu no no trace of the former dtteaM, except wek
nesi. I would aleo Hate that I used the medicine mr
... . i l Iru. u)L.ln. .nMm. Ml.l
sell lo a coiu ana cougu. u iu...... - -ing
one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this if yon
J n 1 a A a AA ma rVtef VllsPlOfif
UC1IIV W UU ue -
. Aiaenn&u juui narue
IKe ttlllaA.-nituw-D" "
tr . AlttiAiinh went etti Ail V1f1nt
L. . - J Pufnrm Htfnin. A s mSdelllDe
01 Wl iXLUHlllirJOU Jaa ss Var --r
. .a . .l. . . if saner itsirsvin hn mil In
II is wen wormy tua bmvi. . r-- "
any manner be afflicted with eonghs, eoldi and hoarwneM
of any bind, ana ror uie peculiar m"-""i-wv"- 'v
movlnj all Uiat dliagreeable aenaatlon attending ft le
Tere coia. .ffMirrfl with the
X UBVC WVU) luum vi iei
everest of colde and hoarseneai. At tlmea my throat
wonld become so closed ai 10 preren. my iug
a whisper, and by taking a few dotea of the above Syrup
It would renewe mfleuureie
An lewnuncnuiua ua miuiwuvi o-
. j T nnvnAallna' f A
say tnat it IS me oesi remeuj a
cure the above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent. .
loan, siiiii icijjwiiuiij,
EDWARD J. J0NK8, '
Cashier Oitlaens' Deposit Dank,
Brnamni.t.a. ft.. Uarvh 14. 1R51I
. - . rm IT ........ Hnntth Bonn fnr . YmA flonvh
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say It Is
the best medicine ior me same uun. a . c.o. ""L"
vr . ruivs.
nnr.. KR1TT AND DR. KEYBER'S PECTORAL
avutm nm . Kn.a Dmit Sir! Excuse the delay ol
my acknowledging theexeeiienco oi your raioiai vi
gyrup sooner. . I take great pleasure In saying that It Is
all you say it Is. Jt knocked the not out of my cough
and the worst one I was ever afflicted with: I have not
use.l more than one-half of t he bottle, end 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 proud to say,"Itisno
quack medicine." 1 would not suffer another such an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
AH.ni I nn hrcatha more freely than I evr did. 1 snail
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. I ou are i ueenr
In this regard, as you Ulna proper. - m. sr. rii,
Aiessenger uommou vuuuvii, a ..miu.u, a
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1BW..
v. h 1 m no straneer to my fellow-cltliens. and
who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
Prrrunmau. Anrll S4.1857,
BEAD TUB TRUTH. Da. Knssa: 1 have a daogh
t. hn t,Ai taken aeveral medicines for a bsd cough,
without benefit among them Ayer's Ohsrry Peotoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of your PKOTOttAL
SYRUP, and before she bsd used half a bottle she was
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely of her
couuh. uiin vai, i
PinsBoaoH, ueeemoer, , ko.
A ORE AT CURB BY DB, KBYSEK'S PBOTORAl
av uttu i iia in Pcchls townshin. Alleaheny county.
I bad a coughing and spitting, which commenced aoont
tha 4th of Ifebruary last, and continued sight months, I
employed the best physicians in the country, and my
cough continued unabated nm Octote At
that time I was aaviseu w . . , v" -"
SYRUP, which I did, and after I bad taken one bottle I
... .-:i. fM. f.nm tha coushlns and aulttlng. I had
despaired of ever getting well, end I think It should be
known mat tnia vaiuawe rrara Xt.
It has done In my case. junn u. kiaajj-,
Witness B. Al. ASRR, , .. A-ouira wwuuii..
Parroa Tr.. April 14, 1857.
a wrvvnEiivni. CURB. Some time ego. an old
n.i.hKnv r mina was verv ill. with a bad cough which
every one supposed to be consumption. Bis relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; his brother came to sea mm uie, ana an
were confirmed In the belief that he could not live. 1
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Syrup,
which I gave htm, and It entirely cured him, to the aston
i.hm.ntof n. What makes the case more remarkable,
is the extreme age of the man, bsbelngabouteighly years
old. I nave no doooi ine i-eciorai seven ma mo.
.n vnffaent, BIflFnS AT. BVnTTP Tff aT.STniL.
VS. A.JD.BD . mwa." " -
vti i id pieaae send me another supply ot your valu-
. ..n... u., I i tm.al .t.rvhnnv Arnnnil n.
has the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
aa wwr- .1.1 a(Ha KAfrlsasi I mast asravekar UrxA am
nOW CnilrclT QUIS Wl. em awa - - -
. V.. 7 , f a. II ... ihav arniiM HAt hsk BtrUhntl ft II
in their lamutea. id wcif au wiw uv vuw
again. , Yours. WArimmv h
January ju, aoou. ..!;: t
iMfiTHFR NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYBER'S
PECTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and cold lor aeveral weeks so bsd wss it that I could not
sleep, lhad the advice and prescriptions from three of
thebestphysiclansln the city, whom 1 could name, but do
not do so. 1 anauy proeurea a pom 01 juur rwwni
Syrup, which cured me entirely, eigneu,
' V 3. W.8IM0NT0N,
S3fi Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. U, I860,
I'BTOP THAT COUaniNO." 'How can I do It?' "Oo
to Keyser's on vood street and get a bottle of hlsOongh
Peetetal,and if Uiat don't cure you, your ease must be
riMntrata Indeed." This Is aspeclmcn of the eoUoauy
one heara almost every day In oold catchlog periods of
the year. And we can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in the adviser's admonition as above, for we
have tried the Pectoral.'1 in a most stubborn case, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
iih one of the most distressing, contrary, mulish, un.
aubduable coughs we ever experienced since our advent
upon this mundane spnere. ne couguea siesany aoa
l.horionslv for one whole week, In hopes of tiring il out,
but it was no go. In fact it seemed rather to have Im
proved by practice, and to have acquired strength.potea
cy and dletrtetUMity by the operation. In this stage of
the siege, we cou ihed our way to Keyser's, 140 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;" took it
according to directions, and in forty-eight hours we were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal cooliiot with so
. 1 ..Li- -J-aMavw Svwr'l flmnni "flnnvh
lormiuauie - , ...... - . - - a
Pectoral." IHVtontvui wippcr, x. j, it.
. DR. KEYSER'S PEOTORAT. SYRUP Is prepared end
sold by Dr. 0K0U0B 11, KEYBERi 140 Wood street,
JJj Bold in Columbus by ROBERTS A 8AMUEL. !
TOOTHACHE ItDHlEDY, m. i i
.: . V '..1 ! a- 1 '
A STJRH3 CTJBSC . . . .'
Prepared and sold by ' !
' ' i Da. OEO. B. KXYBBR,'
. Price, 25 cents. 140 Wood st., Pittsburgh, Pa,
JO Bold In Columbus by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
:' oct!i7:2tawdUm. . , , . . : . r. . . ,
Watches t riamondi 11 BUTer . WarelH
A CHOICE ASOHXiriEHT OF UOI.0
and Silver Watches, In great variety. . i . I :i
I am Agent for the AaeaiOA Wavcn Oo i and ctn
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' pile i,
either Wholesale or steiati. .... . . i-.t: , i
Come and chooss from my beautiful display ef Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Btyles new prices low.
As to Silver Ware of sterling qualtly, lean show new
patterns, very handsome.
Silver Plated Ware, Tee Setts, Urns, Wallers, Castors,
Biaketa. Pitchers. Goblets. Knives, forks, Spoons, Ac
Then I have a supply of fine Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Raaors, Ac, and many Fancy floods such as
are desirsd ror presents at sucu prices as are an induce
ment to the purchaser. WH. 1ILYNN, .
; i - ... . f -n ' We, 10 Buckeye Block,
mar31 . . '. North side State House square.
GOLDEN Mt l. 8HIHTS, " , , , .
00LDEN BILL SHIRTS, ; ,
OOLDBN HILL SHIRTS.
The pattern of these shirts are new. The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves and bosoms are formed to fit the person with ease
and comfort. Tba mark upon each one designating the
size mnv be relied on as belo t correct, and each shirt Is
guaranteed well made. A full, stock of ell qualities
constently for sale at '. , . ..BAIN'S,
novxe. . . i :,, , . jo. an aouui uigii suaoi. t
STELLA SHAWLS). ITU1L1
SHAWLS 1 1 in all desirable colors, and at vary
greatbargaina. . r ; "aia a un,
., - .;BAia a sow, :
BLA CB WTK A W BONN KTl AH D JEt.
. sgant Ribbons, la great variety at 1 ' BAtS'j, I h'
. emi ... .-.... Mo. W. High street,
. . . I'-" ; i
U ; 1 :
V --sxe -s' .IK'ts
By the ase of these Pills the perlodlo attacks of Her-
tout or Bid Headache maybe prevented; and tf taken
at the commencement of an attack lmmedUte relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall la removing the Satuea end
ocAe to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels removing Coettv
MS. ' ' ' 1
for Uitrary Mm, Student, Delicate Female
and all persons of leientary habit, they are value
ss a lamaiiv. Improving the appetite, giving ton
ttgor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
TBI 01PBALI0 PILLS ere the result of long inves
tlgation and carefully conducted experiments, having
been la ase many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
lng from Headache, whether originating in trie nereoue
system or from a deranged state of the ttomaeh.
Tbey are entirely vegetable In their composition, an
may be taken at all time) with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and th abuno of any
Aieaoreeabl tatt render ii easy to aaminuter uum
eiwisa ur uvunisniaii. 1
Thegenulns have five signatures of Benry O.Bpaldlng
on each Bos.
Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers In Medicines
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
Prioo, Q3 Ooutss
All orders should be addressed to ., -
IIENHV O. BPALMNG, ;
48 Cedar Street, New YorH.
THE I0LLOWINQ ENDORSEMENTS OP
WILL OONYIN0K ALL WHO SUPPER PROM
SPEEDY AND SURE CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH..
At the Testimonial vere vntolicited fty Mr. Bpald
uta, they agora unquemonaote proof oj me tjji
cacy of thie truly scicnHfla discovery.
ilASOirvtita, Oomi , Peb. S, 18C1.
i. M A it. nm. B-A T UPa i.Knt MO
A Dav meu your vvyiimtw ' . , ' '
vews inax i want you w aeoa . w nv,,u auv..
rail of tnsse are tor wo nciguoors, iu wuuui a
few out of the first box I got from you.
Bend the Pills by mail, and oblige
Your ob't Servant,
' ' . IUvnroeo, Pa, Peb. 0, 18C1.
Ma. SPAtnmo. '
. . . . . .
: I wish yoa to send me one more box of your Cephalic
Pills, lAave received reai aeae oj oenejujrvm vum,
I1ARY ANN STOIKHOUBB
Braoci OasM, BuwruioToe Co., Pa., J
January 18, 1801. I
Yon will please send me two boxee t. your Cephalic
PlUs. Bend them immediately.
. JNO.B. SIM0NB.
P. 8 Ihace ed one boa of your Pill, and find
themewctuent. , .
, Bsxta Yatuioif, Ohio, Jen. 15, 1EC1
TTcwnv fl. flVALmim. Kaa. ...
Please find snclosed twenty -five cents, for which send
me another box of your Oephalw Pills. They art truly
Direct A. ST0YBR, P. al.,
Belle Yernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
;-' BsvnLT, Mass., Dee. 11, 1800.
H. D. Bpalsiso. Xsa.
I wish for some dreulsre or Urge show bills to bring
vour fJCDhalio PUIS mora particularly before my custo
mers. If you have anything of the kind, please send to
Ona of as easterners, who Is subiect to severe Blak
Headache, (usually mating two days,) teas cured of an
auaCJC in on now oy your j-uie, wnicu a sens ner.
W. B. WILKES
. I. mmmm
RtTMOLDsacaa, PaaxKLiw Oo,, Ohio,)
. January 8, 1H01.
IlmntT 0. BPAinnra,
No. 48 Cedar St., N. Y.
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (25.) for which send
box or "Oephallc Fills.'1 tend to address or ner. wm
, 011, U ..... .IJ.k. . Bwnlltn Oa. OhlA
V riii.r, iNjuvni.in,'., " " ..." vu', vu..-.
Your Pill work lit a charm our Headache al'
, WH. 0. FILLER.
Ypsilaitti, Mich.,' Jan. 14, 1801.
Sir: - " "
Net long since I sent to yoa fore box of Cephalic Pills
for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Oostlveneas,
snd received the same, and they had to good an effect
4 JL ... T.nrt. A.iry.A A ,,. if ttv ma... " '
Please send by return mail. Direct to .
A. B. WHEELER,
... ... ,'. , - . YpsllanU, Mich
Prom the Examiner, Norfolk, Ye.
' Oephallc Pills eoromplUh the object for which thoy
were made, vis.i (jure oi neauaone in an lis tonne.
Prom the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.
They have been tested In more than a thousand cases
With entire success.
' . rrom ine Aemocr, at, viouu, mum. ., ,
If von are. nr have been, troubled with the headache-
send for a box, (Cepbalio flliej so that you may have
them in case oi an attacx.
Vmn tba Artvertlaer. Pravldence.lt. I..
The Oephalle Pills are said to be a remarkably effective
. . . . L I .1 1. . n. t V. . wdA. kut A
remeoy ior tuw iawmi) m , v ww
that very frequent complalnt.whlcu has ever been die-
oovenu. , .
' ' Tram the Western K. S. Osteite, Cbicaeo. III.
We heartily endorse Ur. Bpauldlng, and bit unrivaled
. ; ' Prom the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va.
We are sure that persons suffering with the headache
who try them, wUl stick to them. ( , . .
' from the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, Le.
Try theml yoa that are afflicted, end we ere sure that
your testimony can be added to the already numerous
list that baa received benefits that no other medicine can
produoe. , . t ..
: Prom the St. Louis Democrat.
The Immense demand for the article (Oephalle Pills
le rapidly tnoreeslng.
from the Gasette, Davenport. Iowa, ' 1
Mr. Ipaldlng wonld not eonneot his name with an ar
ticle he did not tnou to possess real merit.
TTPA single bottle of BPALDINS'S PREPARED
OLUB will save tea times Its eost annually ..O
, SrALDING'B PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I j
V'-" SAY1 THB FII0BS! "
, BOONOMYI . v, i, , DISPATCH! !
JO"'A Butob nt Tun Saves Nras."J3I
i As acoldeate will hatroea. even la well regulated fam
ilies, u Is very desirable to have some cheap and con
venient way for repairing Puroitnro, Toys, Crockery,
' BPALDINO'S PREPARED OLUB
meets all each emergencies, and no household oaa afford
to be without it. It Is always ready, and up to the stick
; i I ."UDIfUU AAA A,A UVVBM .'J . ,
ST. B. A Brush eseoanpantee each bottle. - : .
eeate. ,vS4 t.Aesweee, . ,, .j,.
,jir-, lAJtWM O. BPALDINO,
, ;;, Vo , Cedar Street, New York.
Ji.4 Ki J--- CAUTION, i- v.M;"
As certain unprincipled persons are attempting to
mln offer the unsnsweetlne nubile Imitations of my
yUKPARBD GLUp, I would caution all persons to ex
amine before puMlmslna., and see that tbe full name, ,
e-eettbeootsldewnpoerteU ethers are swindling oo
ertelte.,.,,.!,;! Sai j-- l1'i:b,1 i i:
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY, Or HOXHBRYI
has discovered In one of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that cures
Every Kind of Humor,
- ' PROM -
Th wont Sororula down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it In .lo.xn hnndred eases, and nev
er tailed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) He
has now In his possession over one hundred certificates of
lie value, an within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore
One to three bottles will cure tha worst kind of Plmoles
en the face.
, Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to aura the worst eanker in
the mouth or stomach.
Three to flvs bottles are warranted to cure tha worst
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor In
Two bottles are warranted to cure running o the esrs
end blotches among the hair.
Pour to six botles are warranted to cure corrupt end
une nottie will cure scary eruption or me sain.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the want
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to foifr bottles are warranted to cure sait-Kheum.
Vive to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scro
A benefit Is always sxnerlenced from the first bottle.
a perfect cure Is warranted when the above quantity Is
Diar Madam: The reputation of the Medical Die
covery, in curing all kinds of hvmors, ts so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used
It, that I need not say anything on tbs subject, as tba
B'ost skillful physloians and Uie most careful Druggists In
the country are unanimous In its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I
do It with a full knowledge of iu curative power, In re
lieving all, and curing most or those diseases to wntcn
von are unfortunately so liable. That most exornclatlng
NC USING SORE PIOTJTH, .
Is cured ss if by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
to Its natural sweetness, and your babe from abort and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
In the more advanced stages of
Itextends to Uie stomach pausing
which Is nothing but canker on the stomach; then to the
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evea
to the cares of your family.
Your stomach Is
RAW AND INFLAMED,
your food distresses you, and you can only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half
the nourishment it contains, aa the ecrimonooe fluid of
the canker eats it up; then your complexion loses Its
bloom and beoomes sallow and greenish, and your best
day is gone. Vor want of nourishment jour system be
oomes loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body be
some relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which the
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to ....
o v he;
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the side, weakness o
the spine and small of the back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, irregularity of the bowels, and else,
that most excruciating of diseases, the
now many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this disease and pining away e miserable life, end their
next door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish to
Impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An ounoe
of prevention is better than a pound of cure," Iu the
yon have both the preventative and the euro, with this
great and good quality, that it will never, under any
circumstances, do you any Injury.
TIIE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Is especlaly Intended for diseases of the blood, but since
Its Introduction in Uie Western States, It Is found to be
that was ever before the public
No change of diet ever necessary eat the best yon can
and get enough of It. .
DiRxc-riom roa osa Adults one table spoonful per
day -Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions
can be applicable to all eoositutions, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
Price 11.00 per bottle. For y every druggist In
the United Stales. sepSl-dAwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economical
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To its original color without dyeing, and preventing the
Hair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing it, when there ie the least partiole ot 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 uneqaled gloss sndbrilllanoy, making
It soft and silky In its texture, and causing it to curl
The great celebrity and Increasing demand for this un
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning publio of its
superior qualities over any other preparation in use. It
oieansss Uie head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly
giving It a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair is loosening and thinning, it will give
strength snd vigor to Uie roots and restore the growth to
bose parts which have become bald, causing It to yield a
resh covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen In New
Ynrk who have had their hair restored by the use of this
Invigorator, when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has In his possession letters Innumerable testifying
to tha above facts, from persons of Uie highest redsecta
blllty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
nnUI the latest period of life; and Incases whersthe hair
baa already ohanged Its color, the use of the Invigorator
will with certainty restore It to It to Its original hue, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As e perfume for the
toilet end a Hair Restorative it is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities it affords in dressing the hair, which, when moist
with Uie Invigorator, can be dressed in any required
form so as to preserve its place, whether plainer in curls;
hence Uie great demand for it by the ladies aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wllhout.as the price
places It within the reach of all, being .
, Only Twenty-Pive Cents f -
per bottle, lobe had at al respectable Druggists and
Tj. MILLER would call the attention of Parents' and
Guardians to the use of bis Invigorator, In cases where
the children's hair Inclines to be week. The use of it
lays the foundation for e good head of hair, as It re
moves any impurities that may have beoome connected
with Uie scalp, the removal of which is necessary both
for the health of Uie child, and Uie future .appearance of
Caonoa. None genuine without the fac simile LOUIS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LER'S HAIR INVIOORAIOR, N. Y., blown la the
glass. ' -
Vrnoivme aihi., uu tmj .ire.,, iini iuiu vj an uia
principal Merchants end Druggists throughout the world
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity. ' ' '
, I also desire to present to the American Public my
HEtf . aKD . IK7B0VZD XHSTa&TaHEOCS
LIQUID HAIR DYE, ::
which, after years of selentlflo experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dyes Black or Brown Instantly
wilboutlnjury to Uie Bair or Skin; warranted the best
article of the kind In existence. . . . :.,;.
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 56: Dey St.. New York.
octS8:dAwly. - ' "
ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'fli.
kerchiefs, very wide hems. . .
Embroidered Linen Ilandk'e all price.
Hemmed Stitchedand plain do, do. . ":
do do colored borders. ' ' '
Mourning do Ci- " black borders
do do new style cross stitched. . ,
' PlneAppledo - 1 new patterns. --
Misses' Plain and Hemmed -Stitched do all prlcesi
Oomnrislne the most select assortment In the city end
et lowest prices. . y v - . B A' "U".
GOODN. - ' -
Novelties in Weak Ties ana "", t t,.!,-
Byron and Garrote Collare.
' Embroidered Pooket UandkerchWH
. i tt i j n i ...... .,,n.rlor make.
. GonSinSbrstyles. :
i Boys' Ooutenio-i , , ,. ...... ,
r So'm'mPocKS nrknu W )
,, Half Hoe. and Under O.rm.uU,';
aprlU m ,;..i No. S9 South High street.
IDE MANTLE BA RAGES, BOTH
Whits and Blsek, Just reoeived et , , -
w CINK MUPPBi tlOTORINEB endCUPPS we ere
M w selllne at very low prices, also all other : klnde
fiiblabl. fur.. , ' - . "5&.
deci....;)iJ ,,s'r.' -K-ri r .
nil m'I 1. - . !' . A tv-.:l J-- "'
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