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JUST RECEIVED BY
No. 30 North High Street,
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITYI . ,
Honsc, Builders' ; Furnishings
; J ; , Or IT CRY ITTLl AND QUALITY.
' French It American ,',.
"W"lxxia.o w :. 3rlS I
1AINT GROUND IN OIL
end pot np la half pound can for family bm, mil fcry
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, to.
ROPE & CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. ;
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invite the attention of U Interested to my
took of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, efce.,
of BOGBRRo A BRO'8. Manufacture, warranted lobe
extreheevy, Kleetro-PUtod, on genuine Arrjatts,
Country Merchants, Mechanics, and other, are Invited
to oall and examine- my Stock, aa I am prepared to sen
Wholesale and RetaU. Win. A. GILL.
Columbus, Ohio, May 8, 1860.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
No. 0C;"outh High Street
DEALER IN -
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
Daily rrlwal ml Gaad
For the Fall and Winter Trade
Of :1860-61. -
rrpRETiJ mn IN G SIN CEKE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for part favor and patron
age, and being DETERMINED to SIEBIT
..ti. of Mm by atrict atteatlaa te
tr.de. and oreaipi delivery af God,
I would call the notice of the public to the bet that
hevtag . Lara; and well Selected Stack on
hand, and being idaily receipt of good! from the differ
entmarkets, I Hatter myself that I can offer to thedU
tena of Columbus, or to any who may desire to purchase,
an assortment of articles appertaining to the GROCERY
trade, UN EQUALED by any house In the dry.
The price and quality of the goods offered, I guar
antee aa artwa satluiaction.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
,rr WM. McDONALD
AMTjrAOTCRBSia AND WBOUSAU BIAIBU M
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,"
(srrwna ubsbtt an iowakd,) ,
A Large Aiaortment ol Piece and Tnrnlihing
Crooda ConsUntly on Hand;
And Seed Store,
HAIL, GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, CORDAGE,
eus, Pistol, Waad Wlllaw Ware,
athsrand Rubber Beltlag,
lace Lwthsr, Hose and
8. DOYLE & CO.
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Sooth east Corner of High and Cay Eta.,
ha large Stock of fiae and Staple floods ou hand.
Scotch Oat Meal
Bios I (oar
O racked Wheat
Cream Tartar, 1
freah Oann'd Praltaef erery descrlptleni
Jeliiee of all kinds; ,
flum Drops; Mixed Candies;
.. Almonds, Pilberts, Pecon Nuts,
nrliah Walnuts, Brsail Nuu. etc
'now . - wm. Mcdonald.
Wbalesale and Betall Healer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
PIT SU uiiuii. ra
onstantir an r" oil
Oct. H lys - - ' '
' Laces and Embroideries, ,'
V LeceOollBMandBeice. irrncu, ransraura xnraaa
Lse Veils, (nr patterns.) Taleoctsnes, Thread and
Point Laces. K'jibroldered Collars, Betts, Trlmmlnrs and
Bklrta, Law srarriee and Coiffures, Plain Linen Collars,
1ttSD' VkkS, Kmbroldsred OoltarsandOaaste Petts.
1 No. S9. South Dish Street, v i
' ; ' ! -v .i . i. -.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Counseling at Crestline with the PITTSBURGH, FT.
. :' "WAYNE A0BI0AG0P.AIXBOAB ,
Ibr PitUburgK, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
for Fort Wayne and Chicago. ." ;
OonnecUng at Clevelsnd with the LAKE SHORE KAIL-
. , .. - .avail V...1..1:. ,
Far Doaklrk, Buffala.Albaity, Dii
lei) ud New lerki
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
from Oolumboa, la oonnectloa with Trains on the '
LITTLE Miami AND COLUMBUS
. .. AN II JLfl AA ItailiUUAm. '
NIGHT IX.PRESB. Leaves Columbus at 3.40 A.H
will learo passengers at all stations south of GalluB,
ton at Delaware. Ashler. CardlostoB and Ollead. and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:45 A. M., Dunkirk 3:35 P. M . Buffalo 8.85 P. M.
Albany 5:00 A. at.. New York 10:30 A. M.. Boston :JV
P. at , Pittsburgh Tla Crestline 3:1i0 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. it. Chicago via Crestline at 8:20 P. at.
SECOND TRAIN. '
NEW Y0BK EXPRBS8 Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. m. will stop at Lewis centre, Delaware, uardington,
Ballon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington aca
Grafton, arrire at Olereland at 3:35 p. m.: Dunkirk,
9:00 p. m. Buffalo, 10:5 p. m ! Albany, 8:45 a. m.;
New Toik, 2:30 p. m.; Boston, 4:40 p. m.; PltUburgh,
t4a Crestline, 8:20 p. m.; Philadelphia, 10 a. m.. Con
nects at Shelby for all points on Banduiky, Mansfield A
Newark K. B., north of Shelby.
THIRD TRAIN. .
Hill. AND ACCOMMODATION leares Columbus
at 3:20 p. m. Will stop at all stations Booth of Bnelby,
and at new London, Hocnester, Wellington, uranon,
and Berea; arrive at uierelana at kiu p. m. iransira,
3:50a. Buffalo, 4:20a. m.; Albany, 3:30 p.m.; New
York, 0:30 p. m.; Boston. 11:45 p. m.; PHUburgb.vfo
Crestline. at 2:10 a. m.i Philadelphia, 5:15 p. m., Con
nsoia at Bhelby for all points on Banduiky, Uansfleld
Patent Sleepinsr Cari are ran on all
., Night Trains to Chicago, Hew
York and Boston.
Baggag Ctecitd Through to Xeie Tort and Bottm
via ueiMana; alto, uriuaadpMa ana
Jlett Yorkvia Orutlin., ,
Night Express arrlres at Columbus at. ..11:45 P. M.
Cincinnati Kxpresa .....; " ' 11:10 A. M.
AocommodaUon, " " ,: ." 0:10 P.M.
Far at Law as by any other Uoute
Atk for Ttektti via Crtitliiutr Clntland.
1 Euperintendent, Olereland, Ohio.
' JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, April 15, 1851. , ., , ,
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
! ' " WITH Till
BAlTlMOftE H OHIO & ft,
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania Central R. R.,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Cities.
' NO. I EXPRESS
Leans Columbus at 3.30 A. H.t stops at all stations east
of Newark when signalled. Arriras at Aowars at e.ou A.
If.. ZanasrUle at 0:00 A. Id.. Bellaire at 10:20 A. M..
eonnecUng with the Baltimore A Ohio B. and ria
rittsbargh with renntyiranla u. a. lor ail eutern eiuea.
NO. S BXPBESS
Leares Columbus at 11:18 A. M.; stops at all stations
when signalled. Arrtrea at Newark at 12:48 A. M.,
Zaneerilleat 2:04 P. It.; Bellaire at 8:10 P. M., con
necting with the Baltlraare A Ohio B. B. tor all eastern
cities. .. .. .
. NO. 3 IXPB188
Leares Columbus at 3:10 P. M.; stops at an stations when
signalled. Arrives at Newark at 4:30 P. M., Zanearllle
at 5:40 P. V., Bellaire at 0:45 P. If., connecting ria
Pittsburgh with the pennsylrania Jt. Jt. ror all eastern
This Bonte offers the ADVANTAGE of a Through
Ticket and Baggage Check to WABUINQTON CITY,
and also gires the Passenger the prirllege of rititlng
BALTIMORE, PBILADKLPBIAaad NBrT YORK, at
the cost of a New-York Ticket alone; or the prirllege of
rutting all of the principal BEABOARD CITIES at the
cost of a BOSTON Ticket alone, ria other Boutes
ThrooihTickeuto NEW-YOBK can be procured ria
WABUINUIUK Villi, at an auotuonai expanse 01 x.
Time as Qdlck and Fare as Low
1 A on ether Boutou
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
' ABC JOB TICKETS VIA -
Celnmbne and Bellaire ar Arbeeliar
' JNO. W. BROWN, :
Apr. IS. , Om. Ticket Agent
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TEftmilfATKat AT W AMIIPTOTOJI
and Baltimore on the East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkerabarg oa tbe West, at which plaoes It anltee
with Ballroads, Btsamers, Ac, for and from all points
ib the .
West, Somlhwet and Nartlivwe
THREE TEAdS DAILY
FOR ALL, THE '. EASTERN CITIES,
This Is the only route to Washington City.
PssaenKrsb this route om rlsil Baltimore, Phila
delphla, New Yoik and Boston, at the cost of a ticket to
Bofton alone by ether lines. . .. . . .
Through tickets to the Eutern cities emn be procured
na Washington utty ei an aaaiuonai cnarge 01 two aoi
Hi xxrmm fliBs AnsCBBB TO aLL Mstrr TBaim.
Tims as gvick and far at km at via any other
Inquire for tickets na Baltimore ana Ohio tuuroad at
any of the principal Haiiroaa omceem m nest, -
J. 11. BUI.I1K AH, Men 1 neaiera zeui.
; L. Bt . OOLB, oeneral Ticket Agent.
W. P. 8UITU. Master Transportation,
oel96-tf. liiLTisioss, lid
v IMPORTED GOODS.
80 cases Iultaa Oil, Barton A Co., for table use.
Ill rrench Hnstani.raTorite nranas:
ft " Boned Bardlnes, the BE BT tiardines Imp'td
4 " oruaperaanaunrewi- -
r. Table Bauoes "Lea A Perrln's Worcester
shire," "Borer's BuiUna," "John Bull,'
in " Walnut and Tomato Catsup. .
1ft do. Orose at BmckwaU's oslebrated IngHsh
ealill," ChowJhow," "Walnut," 'On
ion," "Cabbage," "Beans," "aherk's"
ss'a ncsies. ...
60 " London Porter. '- - ' '
10O Campbell's oelebratsd Scotch Ale.
6 caeeiOlnger Preeenree.
9 O boxes Italian Macaroni. and TermaeUla.
2 aroas Coi's Gelatine.
Coleman's celebrated English Mustard. Is kegs, boxes.
cans and bottle.
no97 WM. HcDONALP
I0HBT H WHEELEB, ,
A GENT FOH HOITIEfCOltJTINENTAl.,
A MaJtBATTlB, Bbcdritt, and lniaFis ma. Co.'
Nnr York; Mamrnairrs' and Crrr Piaa or HaBTroa
New Yoaa LmaodCom. MutoaI. Lira,
Office, si IllKh at., Saras;' HI
! , Alexandre's Aid uioves.
PLAIN AND ERIBBOIDEKRD, Bf Otia.
QUBTAIBB and regular shape Black KldOlo,
emhroMerei in white, magenta, purple, Ito. UadresaeeV
Rid Glorea. Misses Kid O lores. A complete assortment
Of were celebrated mores always for sale try :
., .. . sais tun, "
ferfl? : - . . ... - No. South lililtttraet.
'X. Copartnership '.r';'X
IS! AVE Till" DAY. ADBIITTED HIT
eoa JAMES ADGfc'H BAIN a partner In my baar
aess. whkh will oopaafter be eonduetM amdertlie Arm
Bain a Bon. P. BAIN, W Hoalh High Bt.
Oolambus, fob 14. iti. . ' ' . fetl
Canton LI attinga.
1.4, fi4, 6'4 , nils man nea aaa
White Checked of superior qoainy. snrsawDy
BATN a HON.
. ' No. 99 Snath Sigh sit
OHIO - STATESMAN .
Nos. 36, ,58,& 40, North BUgU tSt.
INCREASED FACILITIES !
AGECBACY. CBEAFIESS. DISFATCB
HAVING MOVED INTO MT '
I HAVE -
BOOK. & JOB . DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN ..
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
fROH THE CELEBRATED FOUNDRY OP
C. T. WHITE & CO., HEW,, YUKJt,
TIHJ8 MAKING IT THE
Most Complete Establishment
in the city.
I am now prepared to Exeont All Orderi for.
BOOK AND JOB
And la the Xoit Approwei Style of the Art
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
i n. x 3sr t 1 3xr o .
Bill of Lading-, Circular,
illll Heads, If tanks, Deed,
Dray Ticket, Heglster,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, ;,;
how Billi, Hand Bills, Labels, Concert Pro
trammel, School and College Schemes, Ho
tel Billi of Eire, Invitations, Ac.
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
School And College Catalogues,
. Constitutions, Beporta, Briefs, at
Printing in Gold and Colors :
I O S T 33 HL S
Printed in Every Color on a
The only Treat of the kind in Central Ohio.
Mr facilities for doing any and all of the abore descrip
tions of work, are now onsarpassed, and aatistacUoD will
be guaranteed in all cases. .
jrpAll work furnished promptly by the time promised.
BICUA&D NBV1N8. .
Tha Court ol Common Tlaas, 7ranklln Conn-
ty Ohio. , , ,
. Sarah J. Walton ) ,
re. Sale In Partition.
LaciBda WaKoa et al.)
Tl PDHSDANCE OF AN ORDER Of
X. the said Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at
public auction, at the door of the Court JJouse, in the
city of Columbus, on
Tuesday, May 7tb, 18C1,
the following described real estate, situate In' Norwich
tmmahln. kranklin eountr. Ohio, to Wit; .
Part of the W. B. Bentield surrey, No; 554, founded
aa fallows: Berlnninc at a stone In the road leading from
Columbus to Dublin; being the south-easterly corner to
lot No. one. In the surrey in proceedings In partition to
Michael Walton; thenee with the south line of said lot
No. 1, 8. 65 degrees W. 119 poles, toa stone south west
erly corner to said lot ; thence with the westerly lins
thereof, N. S7 degrees W. 31 SO UK) poles to a stone,
north westerly comer of said lot, and corner to land be
longing to the heirs of a polios Rogers; thence with their
line N. 17 X degrees W. W poles to a stake , another cor
ner to said heirs' mud; thenee with another of their linos
8. 54 degree, W. 861 poles to a stake and stone in the
original west line of tbe snrrey, and south-west corner to
said heir s land, inenoe witn me original une 01 rata sur
re. 8. 43 decrees 30 minutes,! . 73 poles to a stone.north
easterly corner to a tract of land of two hundred acres
eonrered by A oner Olapp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
37, 1KU; thenee with hie line If. 63 degrees, K. SUlpoles
to atone,another corner of said Clspp's land;thence with
anolherofhtallneeS. 27 degrees, 1. 14 80 100 poles to
another corner of said 0 lapp's land; thence with another
of his lines N . G3 degrees at. 146 poles to a atone, another
of said Clspp's corners; the 000 with another of his lines
B. 87 degree a. poles so a stone, aooineroi- lata
C lapp's comers: thenee with another of his lines N. 63
degrees. B. 91 poles to a stone, northeasterly corner to
said Olspp's land; thence N. degrees W. 8 poles
and 14 links; thence N. 11 degrees W., following
the Dublin Bond eerentyeight pole to the begin
ning, containing S73 acres, be the same more or
leai: and also. In the same surrey: 554, and
adjoining the abore described tract, another tract of 3
34-100 acrea. bounded as follows: beginning at a stone
south-easterly corner to the abore described tract, thence
N. 60X 1. 11 poles and S links to a atone In the
Dublin Road from which a cherry tree SO inches
In diameter, bears N.34W degrees E. 6U links, then
N. 11X degrees B. 17 poles and 16 links to a post, from
which a walnut 13 Inches in diameter bears c. 4iv de
grees 1. 8 liukadlstant, thence M. 37 degrees W. V poles
and SI links te stooe la the south line of Henry ilc-
Gncken'a land: thence B. 71 X degrees w. :h poles and
S links to a post In the Dublin Boad, 8. E. corner to
said McOracken's land; thence 8. 10 degrees E. ii poles
and IS links to a post, thenee B. OS degieee M," poles
and IB links to the beginning.
Excepting from said two trscts.the following described
part thereof, heretofore set elf to Elisabeth Armistesd,
described ss follows: Commencing at trie soutn-easl oor
nerof Michael Waltoa's land abore mentioned; thence
south with the Dublin road 8 rods; thenee westerly en
a line parallel with the ssid Michael Walton's south lins
B. 6S detrees 52 minutes W. !4 poles; thence N. 17 de
grees 30 minutes W. 6970-100 poles; thence N.54de-
Frees . 71 eo-100 rods: thence B. 17 degrees 30 minutes
Bast 4050.100 poles; thence 8. 27 degrees E. 39 20-1110
polee; thenee N. OS degrees 5S minutes B. 149 poles to
the heeinnine-. containtog forty acres. The property to
be sold ss an entire tract, estimated at two hundred and
forty seres, and appraised at M) psr acre.
Tastais as Bali. One third In hand on day of sal.
balance In one and two years from day : at sale, with In
terest secured by mortf sk. , - , - '
. UBunuat n. uu rratftn, ,
April S, IHSl.HllbAwtw. j ,. , , i y Sheriff. -
Tfrtrn. flTjnTTT T. ttctt? -
TV aU V HUVVAlsV VafAsI
)j' - hT
J. BOVEE DODS'
IMPERIAL WINE ; BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Lungs should use them.
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion. Dys
twpslaorPUesshoaldBsethem. .. - -
All Wno saner irom weaerai or werTuw f
Bestlessneaal night. Wan of Bleep, A., should ass
them. ' . '" ' i.'
All psrsoaa who ar oonralesoent after rerer or otnsr
sleknem should as them. .........
Ministers of the Gospel, Lawyers, Leftnrers, and al
public speakers should use them.
Book Keepers, and all persons leading a sedentary If
should use them.'
The and and roflrm Should as tnem. ' -
All who require a stimulant or tonic should use them.
All who are addicted to the asa of ardent spirits and
wish to inform, should ass them. ... '
- They ar made of spare Sherry Wine, and of the sa
tire plants sad barb of the eountry, and should be re-
commended by temperance societies, clergymen, physl
elans, and all friends of bsmanity.
Thar are prepared by an experienced and skillful phy
sician, and, aside from their medicinal properties, are t
most delightful bereragei and ret, aa a medicitie, are as
Innoeentaod harm lass as tbe dews of besrea. -
Hold by druggist generally. - .,..,.
CHARLES WTBDIFIELD CO., Proprietor,
"." T8 William BAm New Tartf.
R0BEET3 4 SAMUEL, Agenti,
MtaSdAwty. " "'
Gents', Uneh , Shirt Collara,
OV ftVPERIOR QUAMTT, IN AK.
B0TE Baaadlag, fisroa, Perslgnar, Benfrew and
other new shspee. Uemmed Pockst Handkerchiefs, Neck
Ties, Stocks, Street sod Evening Gloves, Half Mas of
erery kind, Under Garments and all kinds of ttents'Iur
lining uoodt la great variety ana, at monerats pnots.,.,
nam m. su,h-m,
. .rwbvr woa1 SHgasuisefci
H .) T; i ,A 'it ?:'j V'-t .-i'M
j ' ;
KNAPP 8l CO;S,
119 South High Street,
weekly Ohio Statesman!
' HAVING A CIRCULATION
j LARQEB bt sxvxb&l thousands
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontslde of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT f AIL to bring
Stpeedy- and Hemnnera'ira Kcturnt
i To those who take advantage et them.
.. i .
XIIK WKETOjY statesman,
Distributed as It la through every foil Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage 1 valuable, and who seldom see the
j ' Dally Editions of city Journals; and as only ,
A Limited Somber of Advertisements
j Are Inserted in Its columns, appopriately and
!,.'..: - ;., THIT C1MIOT Silt TO
j.;-... !i Of ALL I
Adrertlslng la the WEEKLY BTATBBM AN will fin
j it adrantagons In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow aa extensive dlssemm
atton 1 knowledge of their basines
AH0K0 COUBTEY DEA1EES !
j ADVEETI8EMZNT8 INTENDED FOR ,
The Weekly Statesman
, Should bt handed la before frlday noon.
BEOOMMEBDED BY THE LAT1 '
SIR A8TLEY COOPER,
or lumBnw. Aim.
DB. VALENTINE M0TT
I '.. iiw www mr
Ta cknowlsdged Beads of the Pnfoesloa ta extaff
Th Mat Diuretic. Tonin. and TnwtrvMnS tn.
fTtoeat Extract of the ITAilAN JUHXPlia
b an x "w 9 rm . "ai
ph. rwv. in rttrest ana iloat Coetlr Oln V.
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,'1
in VALUABLb lO THE SICK,
- INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND UTOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE. IN THE WORLD.
For Bala. Pint and flnart. f
'fto'" nitKcr, 01 wouuuy ittOItlliaila.
' tOOK OUT FOB BOO0S
I" ON DON Or INS.
'..a 1? ?LY OEITTJIMJB ABTICLH IE
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL flIN.
; j i'B. BALDWIN & CO., - - -Importers,
91 Liberty St.,
,! ,' , . , ; ' JHKVV YORK.
Bold IB Columbus by " ' " ' , "
' McKEB A sUSTTBATTX,
Wholeaal and Retail Orocers, BMtesmaa Bonding.
TO. A. WAONEft-aod other. i
In Cincinnati, by 8TJIBB, ECK8TBIN A CO., .
oeSe-deodAlyw and others.
rhma. "! m . . . .
FANOV 1KE8J RILKA. ' '
..... IAM0Y DBASS SILKS, .;-......
' " FAN0Y DBE88 SILKS,
We ar trow offering our Immense stock of Taney Dress
Bilks at prices mas than ever before offered in this city.
The aUraUo of the ladies ef this city and vicinity as
solicited, as our stock la rery select and enmpletain. all
(mdesofgocs In this line. fETE BAIN, t
poriMs f-a ' South Ulh street.
,117 1 1. .)'
SPffl : III SIMM
:i:'.:lr.J .-.twill.- g ;i':t 1-v .. H .....Jl'pM'i
. V, !:. !,i '.-.'iPt-.r 31 01. '.
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.. . . .. - M. . ' . ; i.m v..,..; .1 i
TT7I INVITE ATTENTION to some of the most ex
traordinary cures by my ' ,
' PECTORAL. SYRUP. ,
, ,' , . ' .. ' j ' r' tr.'.-i I'' ' .
Ther are at home, and any one who ha doubt can In
quire of the person who hare been cured by.lt. , ,
DR. TfEVSUR IS PREPARED AT ANY TIMB To
EXAMINE LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGJIi P0B ALL
THOSE WBO NEED BIS MEDICINES.
ATTEND TO Y0TJB 00LDB A case of re years'
landing cured by DB. KEYSEB'B PE0I0BAL BYBCP.
PnrisoioH, Jan. 11, I860.
Da. Eittor : My wife has been afflicted with a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for fire or six years,
whioh.for sereral yean back, had gradually Increased in
riolenoe. The complaint has been hereditary, ana ne
had been treated by sereral physician without any re
lief. In this state of her osse, I procured actus of your
Pectoral Coush Brrup. I bought, the first tims, a fifty
cent bottle, which relleredher rery much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured ber entirely, and
the has now no trace 01 me former uiseaae, ucepa wwas
ness. I would also slat that I used tha medicine my
self to a cold and cough. Tho medicine cured me by tak
Ing one dose I express my entire satisfaction with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this If you
desire to do so. WM. WILSON,
, Alderman fifth wara.
PirrsBuisn, Nor. 18, 1858. ;
Dr. Knremi : Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, In general, it affords me pleasure Indescrlb
ble to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. As a mcdloine
it la well worthr the attentioa of any person who may in
any manner be afflicted with coughs, oolds and hoarseness
of sny bind, ana lor ine peculiar quaiincawuD ,ur re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
i h. been, more or leu. In my life, affected with the
severest of oolds and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my speaking abore
a whisper, and by taking a few dose ol the above Byrup
ltwould relieve me entirely. .
In recommending this medicine, I rnunt unhesitatingly
sar that It Is the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure the above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully, ...
EOWABD J. JONES,
Cashier Cltlsens' Deposit Bank.
- BTTOBairriLLs.0.. March 14, 1859
I have used Dr, Keyser's Cough Byrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it is
tbe best medicine for the same that I bare ever taken .
COL. PRATT AND DB. KEYSER'S PECTORAL
BYRUP. Da. Kama Dear Sir: Excuse tbe delay of
my acknowledging tlie excellence of your Pectoral Oough
;ing uieexoeiiencw 01 your rrcwrii uuugii
I Uke great pleasure In saying that it is
1. ItkruxJctilMnoiteouiof myoovgk
ine I was ever afflicud with: I hare uot
all you say It la.
and the worst one
ased more than one-half of the bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give it as lair s trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It It no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another tuoh an
attack for any consideration, or at any coat. I am cob
Adentlcan breathe more freelv than I eviT did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy, x oa are at noerty 10 ass my nam
In this regard, as you think proper. A. V. PBaTT,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1H59.
N. B Ism no stranger to my fellow-eitlsens, aaa
who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
. .... si.i.iv
' PiTTssoaoH, April 84, 1857.
READ TIIB TRUTH. Da. Knsxa: I hare a daugh
ter who has taken sereral medicines for a bad oough,
without benefit among them Ayer't Cherry Pectoral,
I purchased from you a bottle of your PE0TOBAL
BYRUP, and before she had used half a bottle she was
relieved. The second bottle cured nor entirely or ner
oough. Juun vAttiH,
, Robinson street, Allegheny,
Prmanaan. December. 31. 1B53.
A GREAT CURE BY DB, KEYBEU'S 1'JtOTORAL
RYRT1P I lire In Peebles township. Allegheny county.
I had aconghtng and spitting, which commenoed aoont
tha 4th of Vabruarr but. and oontlaued eight months. I
emnln.ed the best nhrslclant in the country, and my
eouah continued unabated until early In October. At
that time I was advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH
8YBUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle I
was entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think it should be
known that this raluable remedy will do for others what
It haa done In my cue. ltmn u. Miiu,
Witness B. M. Etna. Peebles townhlp.
Parro Tr.. April 14. 18S7.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Borne time ago, an old
neighbor of mine was rery Mi with a bad oough which
everv one sun Dosed to be consumption. His relatives
told me that he had taken erery remedy they beard of
without benefit: his brother came to see him die, and all
were confirmed In tbe belief that be could not lire. I
had about tbe third of a bottle of yoar Pectoral Byrup,
which I tare him, and It entirely cured nun, to ine as ton'
Ishment of all. What makes the case more remarkable,
Is tho extreme age of the man, he being aboutelgbty years
old. I bare no doom ine reoiorai save a nis me.
DR. REYBER'S PECTORAL SYRUP IN BLAIRB-
YILLE. Please send me another supply of your rain
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost ererybody around us
has the co Id and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser'e Pectoral
Byrup." We hare sold sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entlrelr out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blairsrllle, Pa., tell as they would not be without It
In their families. In fact, all who use it once want It
again. Yours, respectfully,
J.8. WATTERSONA SONS
January 30, 1800. '' y
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR.KEY8aR'8
PECTORAL BYBOP. I had been troubled with aoough
and cold tor sereral weeks so bad was it that I eould not
sleep, load the adrlee and prescriptions from three of
the best physicians in lis city, whom 1 could name, but do
not do so, 1 unaiiy procured a noitn 01 yoar ressonu
Byrup, which cured me entirely. Bignea,
J. W. BIMONTON,
336 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 9, 1860.
'BT0P THATjCOUOHINO." 'How can I do Itr "Go
to Keyser's on Wood street and get a bottle of hla Oough
Pectoial,and if tbat don't curs you, your ease must bt
daanerata Indeed." This Is a specimen of lbs eoiloaur
one hears almost erery day In oold catching periods of
the rear. And we can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully ooncnr in the adviser's admonition asabeT, for we
have tried the "Pectoral.'1 in a moat stubborn ease, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh!
with one of the most distressing, oontrary, mulish, an-
subduable coughs we aver experienced since our adrent
upon this mundane sphere, n e eongned eteadily and
laboriouslr for one whole week, in hopes of tirinniiovt.
but It wss no go. In fact It seemed rather to hare Im
proved by practice, and to hare acquired strength, poten
cy and dUtrtteibUUy by the operation. In this stage of
the siege, we coached our way to Keyser's, 140 Wood Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the Pectoral;" took it
according to directions, and in lorty-eignt near we were
master of the field, the enemy baring unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary as ueyser s tsmous "Congo
Pectoral. "Drovmtmu Lupper, vet. is, iiuv. -j
i- . .. ...!: ;r rn.' .
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP It prepared and
sold br Dr. OE0RQB U. KEYBER, 140 Wood street.
Pittsburgh, Pa. -L '
Bold in coiurdus Dy nuiir-mo et eauyati
rpOOTIIACIIE REMEDY. ' 1 '
A. BTJKK CTJBBJ. ...
Prepared and told by
DB. GEO. H. KEY8BB,
140 Wood it., PltUburgh, Pa,
Price, 25 cents.
jrj Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS A 8AHUII1.
octS7:Stawdtim.. .. . , .
Watches t Diamonds I! Silver Ware 111
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT Or VtOVP
and Silver Watches, In great variety.
, I am Agent for the ABsaioaN Watch Co , and can
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' prices.
eltner wnoiesaie or Jtetaii. , ..
Come and choose from my beautiful display of Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Btyies new prices low.
As to Silver Ware of sterling quality, I can shsw new
patterns, rery nanusome . . , ,
Oliver Plated Ware, Tea Betts, Urns, Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitchers, Goblets, Knives, Forks, Bpoons, Ac
Then I bare a supply of fins Tabm Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Bssors, Ac, and many Fancy Goods such as
are desired for present at such prices as are an Induce'
menl to the purcbaseri ' - WM. BLYNN,
., no, iu nucxeye mock,
marSl North tide State Mouse square. .
- 1 ... 1 ...
GBtPF.lt mil ajilHTty . ...
GOLDEN HILL BHIRT8, ' ' " -
GOLDEN BILL BillRTS. '
The pattern of these shins are new. The Bodies. Yoltsa.
sleeves snd bosoms are formed to fit the person with, una
and comfort. The mark upon . each one designating tbe
sis may be relied on as bein g oorrect, and each shirt Is
guaranteed well made. A full slock of all unslittee
constantly tor sale st BAIN'S,
nora. . . , , ., , no, xv aouitt High street, r,
ST E Mi A IIIAWL8I ITELLA
BHAWLBI I in alt desirable oolore, and at very
BAIN At SON.
No. 89 South High street.
REPELLANT OH TfATEH-PROOP
CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other Bake of Bnrtnr
Cloak Cloths, In aU desirable mUUres Blndinrs, Tas
sels and Buttons to match. ' . -i BAIN A SOo), 1 j a.
By the as of these Pills the periodic attacks of Xef
sow at Ski Etadacht may be prerented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall in removing the Hautea and .
ov)As to which females sre so subject.
They act gently upon tbe bowels removing Cfcjfio
lor titerary Mm, StuJtnt, . Delloate Female
and all persons gf ttientary habit, they ar ralua i.
u s Laxative, improving the appetite, giving ton
vtgor to the dlgestlre organs, and restoring the natur
lastlclty and strength of the whole system. " ' 1 '
THE CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long inrei
Ugatfon and carefully oondnetad experiments, hiring
bean In at many years, during which time, they hare
prerented and relieved a ran amount of pain and surfer
ing from Headache, whether originating in the nereout
system or from a deranged state of the itomaeh.
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, an
may be taken at all time with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, ,'and the abtenc 0 any
d4agreatl tatt render It ay to tdmtnUter then
DB wakb or uuuniBnrsiTB 1
The genuine have fir signatures of nenry 0. Spalding
on each Box. " " ''-' ''"
Sold by Druggists sad all other Dealers in Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of the
Prloo, SO Oonts. ,
All order should be addressed to .. .. ,
IIENHY C. 8PAL.D11VC3,
L 48 Cedar Street, New Vark. !
: THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
WILL CONYINCB ALL WHO BUFFER FROM "
SPEEDY, AHD 8UEE CVSE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
At thet TuUmonlal vers vntoUdted byVn. tnvo
..... 1 ji 1.7. 1 . Jl . .K
. caoy of tMs truly tatentffio discovery,
; Uasoirrau, Com , Feb. 5, 1601 .
' Ma. SrstDma.
I her tried your Oephallo Pills, and UU them to
well that I want yon to send metwo dollars worth mora.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
few out of the first box I got from you. .
1 Send the Pills by mail, and oblige .
1 Your ob't Servant,
j., " , ... ' JAMEB KENNEDY.
, ' . lUraaroan, Pa., Feb. 0, 18C1.
Ma, SraLDia. ... 1A .. ,,...,,.
1 ' Stai ' .
1 1 wish yon to sand me (me more box of your Cephalic
Pills, I have rcva a grrat aeal oj omepijromwem
, Yours, respectfully, , .
! '. . MARY ANN ST0IKH0U8B.
Branca Caxxa, Hojvtiwqtoii Co., Pa
January 18, 1801.
H. 0. SraLntra;
, , aia: . ,.,. r - -
1 Ton will please send' me two boxes cC your Cephalic
nits. Bead tnem immediately.
! , Respectfully yonrs,
1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' JNO.B. SIMONS
. P. t. I have utd on bom of your JHU, and find
uem savecMfif .
I BnxB Vaaaoa, Cmo, Jaa. 15, 1801
HsmrO. BraLBim. Bsa.
Please find enclosed twenty -fire centsj for which send
me another box of your Oephallo Pills. They art truly
ue oen rutt i nave ever trua.
Direct A. STOVER, P. M.,
I Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
I Bsvsatv, Miss., Dec. 11, 1800,
B.C. SraLDia. Esa.
, I wish for some circulars or large showbills to bring
your Oephallo Pills more particularly before my custo
mer. If yon hare anything of the kind, please send to
. On of my easterners, who Is subject to severe Bick
Headache, (usually lasting two days,) wot cured of an
auacK m on nour oy your ruit, wnicn 1 asm her.
Respectfully yonrs, -
RrrnoiDSBDao, TSiBKLiN Co., Ohio,)
. .- January B, ItMI.
Hanav O. Brimma,
No. 48 Cedar St., M. V. '
1 DsaaSiat ! :''
Inclosed find twenty fire cents,' (SS,) for which send
box or "Cephalic Pills." (end to address of Her. Wm.
0. Filler, Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your Pill vxyrk lite a charm curt Headache al'
i Truly yours,
, ' . . , WM.C. FILLER.
Yrsrutim, Mich., Jan. 14, 1SC1.
SraLnnra. ' '
Net long since I tent to you for a box of Cephalic Pills
rot rare or me nervous Headache and uostivenees.
received the same, and they had to good an effect
that I wot induced to tend for mote.
Please send by return ma I
, Yps'lsntl, Mkh.
' , Vrmw tha Exajntnee. !tnrfnlk. Ta.
bephallo Pill seoompllsh the object for which they
were maae, vis.i uura 01 neaaacne in an its lorma.
t . rrom tne sxaminer, nonoix, va. .,
They hare been totted in more than a thousand cases
witn enure success. , , j .
' I , . . From the Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn. 1
If rou ars. Or hart been, troubled with ttitheadseh
tend for a box, (Oephallo Pills,) so that yoa may bars
tnem is case 01 anattaoa. . . .,.4 , j .-, ; ;
- From the Advertiser, Providence, R. J. 1,1
the Oephallo Pills are said to be) a refnarkahly effective
remedy for the headache, and ens of the very best for
that very frequent oomplalnt.which has sver been al
0OT,r,a- f( : .if ,: r J.
; From th Western R. R. Gasette, Chicago; 111."
We heartily endorse Mr. Spsnldlng, and his unrivaled
CephalloPilie.. . .
- j Irom the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Vs. ! ,
Ws are sure that person snffsrlng with th headache
Who try them, will stick to them. , ,
Front th Southern Path Finder, Sew Orleans, La. ,
Try theml you that ar afflicted, and ws ars sure that
your ssstisionyoaB as added to the already numerous
list that ha received benefit that no other medk-in can
From th Bt Louis Democrat,
The Immense demsnd for the article (Cephalic Pills
I rapidly increasing, :
"' ! Jrorn th Gasette, Daren port Iowa. . ,. i -
Mr. Spaldln would not connect hit nam with an ar-
tiele n did not rraom to yomrm real merit.
IDA single bottm ef BPALDINS'S PKEPABED
vtiua wui save ora limes 111 cost snnnauy. 1
! BrALil'lNO'S PREPARED GLUE 1 I
! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE t ,
! 1 SPALDING'S, PREPA RED, GLUE !,-''
-" vl':' .fi.) I J 1 I'll
;, SAVUHiraoisi ..
t BC0N0MTI ,. MSPATOH!'
. . 0"A Btttc m Tut Savbj Nuw.01; ,
At accidents will happen, even in well' rem la lad fam
Hies, it is very desirable 1 to havs tome cheap and con
veniens way tor repairing Furniture, Toys, Urockery,
SPALDING'S PKEPABED GLUA' w.t ',',
meet alt such emergencies, and no household oaa afford
na witnoat 11. j.1 a always ready, and ay to the stick
''UsiFTJt IST 1VKRY nOUSE.
R. B. ABmih'aeeompanlet each bottle. 'V
cent."..-- Address, ' -i '. n;
I I.:, . 1 1 11ENET C. BPALDINO, 1 1
i He. 48, Cedar Street, New York. .,
-Iilai.;!-i mU tturjxioii !n''" '-''i VJ
i-1 i .! .1 .1- "I . . . .1 Jt 1, - '.!. !i"7
Al certain unprincipled person are sttrmptlng to
lint off on ths BnsuspeeUng public, Lmitatlonsr my
HEPARED BLUB. I woald eautlon all .r.nr. 10 ...
satin eesor Bttrckastnw, and see that th full aams, . 1
irpBPALDINU'a PKkPlkiinrii.iTu r ir .'...k.
jJ,J?lWi u.. , wtoai oos ,
tii ii-.: 1
TI7IDB flANTLB BSBAGEIi BOTH
,ry , "-7
f 1 waits ana aisca, jagt rsoetre st
OF THE AGE.
KF.NNEDV, OF HOXBDBVI
has dlscorered In one of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that nures .
Every Kind of Humor,
1 , . FROM .
Tha wont Borofula down to a common Plmpla-
He has tried It In over sIhvmi hnmlr. maes. and ner-
sr failed except ta two eases, (both thunder humor.) He
has now In his possession erer one hundred eertiflcatesof
lis raiue, an witnin twenty mllea of Boston.
. Two bottles ar warranted to cure a nursing sore
One to three bottles will cure the worst UnA Pinnies
an the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of Mies.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the. wnni .k in
tha month or stomach.- 1
Three to firs bottles are warranted to enra th. nrat
kind of Erysipelas.
une 10 two somes are warranted to cur all hnmotl
Two bottles ars warranted to oure runnlnc o tha sar '
and blotches among the hair. s
rour to six Doties are warranted to sure corrupt and
running nloers. .. .
une Dottle will enre scaly eruption of the skin.
' Two or three bottle, are warranted to ears tha want
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to curs tha moat
dearie rats eaae of rheumatism.
lhree to four bottles are warranted to cure salt-Rheum.
Fire to eight bottles will cure the worst oaae of scro
A benefit Is alwara experienced from tha Brat bottle.
a perfectcure la warranted when the abore quantity Is
Dim MiDilt: The reputation of the Medical DIs
corery, in curing all kinds of hvmors, is so well setab-
nanei oy ine unanimous voice of an who have ever used
It, that I need not say anything on the suhlecL as the
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggists in
lueeuuniry are unanimous in 11a praise.
. In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I
do It with a full knowledge of its curative power, in re
uc.il'n .UU VUIIUH Ulll.b Ul uiia UIKIHI to WI11CU
you are unfortunately to liable. That moat excruciating
dlseaae to an affectionate mother,
! ." NUMBING SOKE MOUTH,
Is cured as If by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
to Its natural sweetness, and your babe from short snd
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medloal
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household. .
In the more advanced stsges of
Itextcnds to the stomach .causing
which Is nothing but canker on the stomach; then to the
Intestines and , -
Creating a sinking, gone reeling, and an Indifference evsa
to the cares of your family.
Your stomach Is
! HAW AND INFLAMED,
your food distresses you, and yon can only take certain
kinds, and even of that your system does not get half
the nourishment It contains, aa the acrimonous fluid of
the canker eats it up; then your complexion loses it
bloom sid becomes sallow and greenish, and your beat
day Is gone. For want of nourishment your system be
So me a loose and flabby, and the fibres of yonr body be
Siime relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which th
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
Palpitation cf the hea-t, pain In the side, weakness 0
the spine and small i t the back, pain of the hip Joint
Jhen you retire. Insularity of the bowels, and sis.,
ist most excruciating of diseases, the
j : PILES, "
now many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this dlaesse snd pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish t
Impress on your mind that good old prorerb'An ouoos
of prevention is better than a pound ol cure. In the
' MEDICAL DISCOVERY
yon hare both the preventative snd th cure, with this
great and good quality, that It will never, under any
circumstances, do you any injury,
j - THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
l sspecialy intended for diseases of the blood, but since
Its Introduction In the Western States, it it foand to bs
I AGUE REMEDV
that was evor before the public.
. No ehang of diet sver necessary eat the best yoa can
and get enough of It.
DiarcnoHs roa tjsx Adult one table spoonful psr
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions
can be applicable to all conaltutions, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
1 Yours truly,
, DONNALD KENNEDY.
Price 91.00 per bottle. For y every druggist In
the United States. sepil-dAwly.
! PROF. L. MILLEPt'R
An Effective, Safe and Economical
j ' ' Compound,
:r FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original color without dyeing, and prevenllpy
I . , i ' Ualr from turning gray. .
I FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS. .
Andouring It, when there Is tho least particle of vital!
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
I And all entaneont affections of the Scalp,
j FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an nneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
it soft and silky is its texture, and causing it to em'
: The great celebrity and Increasing demand for this an -equaled
preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial Is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
a.periorqualilre. over any other preparation In ass. It
cieanses ths head and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the bair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
aiso, wnere me nair is loosening and thinning, it will give
strength and rigor to the roots and restore the growth to
hose parts which have become bald, causing It to yield a
nan covering 01 nalr.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen In New
York who have bad their hair restored by the nse of this
Invigorator. when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has in his possession letters innumerable testifying
to the above facts, from persons of the highest redaecta
bllity. It will eueotually prevent tbe hair from turning
until the Latest period of life; and In sases whers'ths hair
has already changed Its color, the use of the Invigorator
will with certainty restore it to It to Its original hue, glr
Idg It s dark, glossy sppearanos. As a perfume for th
toilet and a llair Restorative It Is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa-
cilltlea ltafldrtla in dressing the hair, which, when moist
with ths Invigorator, can be dressed in any required
form so as to preserve its place, whether plalnor In curls;
btnee the great demand for It by the ladtea aa a standard
talletartlcla which none ought to be without,. the price
j . Only Twenty-Five Cents. .
per bottle, to be had at all respectable Druggists and
, I. MILLER would call the attention of Parents and
Guardian, to the use of hli Invigorator, in 'case where
tho children's hair Inclines to be weak. The nse of it
Inc. th. foundation for a attod hsnd tit Ini. 1, M.
moves any impurities that may have become connected
with the scalp, ths removal of which Is necessar bath
fog the health of ths child, and the future Appearance of
its nair. .
Caniiori. None genuins without the fac simile LOTTTB
MILLER being on the outer wrapper) also, L. MIL
LER'S HAIR LNVJQORATOR, K. Y., blown in the
glass. ' '
W holMtls Depot, 58 Dey street, and sold hr sll tha
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout ths world
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity.
t also desire to present to tbe American Publlo my
HEW AHD IMTBOVED IHSTAHTAlEOUS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean of scientific experimenting, I bar,
brought to perfection. It dies Black or Brown Initantlw
wlthoutlnjury to the Hair or Bkint warranted th best'
article of ths kind In existence. - .
j PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS. J "
Depot, 56 , Dey . St., New York.'
! ladies' linen Pooket-Handk'ii.
kerchiefs, very wide heme. : r .
Embroidered Linen Ilandk I all prices. . , . , ,
Hemmed Stitchedand plain do, do.'
da do- ,., oolored borders. , ,r r , 1 -Mourning
do ' black borders
do do new style cross lUUhed. '
Pins Apple do newpatternt
Mltsei Plain and Tfeinmed Hlitidi.il A .11 nrlmat..
Comprising the most select assortment In the city sad
at lowest prices. . i.-.-- - BAIN A SON, ; -
felfl , . No. 89 South High Street. ,
Novelties in Neck Ties and Scarfs
" Byron and OarroU Collars. '
" . "Bmliroldered Pocket Handkerchiefs. '
Parts Kid Gloves, supsrlor make. -Golden
Hill BhlrU, rarlous style. .'
Boys' Golden Hill Bhlrts, do ' .
Driving snd Street loves, do . 1 , ' ' 1
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, Various style., , .
Half Hose and Und.r Garm.nts, g0N( .
No. 99 South High street.
Hf INK MUPFSi ;
vtnTnTttna andOUFFB ws ar :
" . . j .11 k.. Wl.l.
now B.IUUK , J iww V 7..- .
fashlonabls furs. .
oeuaa... . ' , . o
AL,TEf4Ec TIIMKAW LACK S1ITTS
of slMant quallUei for Ladles; also, Misses 'Mitt
a great variety ' ., BAIN 8. -
' jsssfitj . .-r ,-!?,! 1-1'..
11 ii v ;
1 ii 11