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JUST RECEIVED BY
Wlf GILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
' On of ths Lurut end Beit leUeteB Aieert
, BVBR OFFERED IK THIS 0ITT1 . .
House Builders' . Furnishings
Of ITIRT BTYLB AMD QUALITT.
i '
Window Grla&al
FAINTS OBOCND IN OIL,
end put Bp l half pouii oen tally uM, end
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, Slo.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, to-
FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE A CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
V AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, Slo.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cntlery.
1 tapectally Invite the attention of all Interacted te mj
lock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, end
. SILVER FIXATED rOHKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fcc,
of HOOIRRe A BRO'B. Manufacturs, warranted to be
extra heavy, Elect ro-Pla ted, on genuine Albetta.
Country Merchants, Mechanics, and others, an touted
to call and examine my Stock, at I am prepared to Mil
Wholesale and Retail. WM. A. GILL.
Columbus, Ohio, May 8. I860.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY CBOCEBtES
No. 106 South High Street
wm. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
nn rrlwal af Gaadn
For the Fall and Winter Trade
Of :1860-61.
friiMfHllUtllKCEUETlIAIK.8
TOT HE PUBLIC for paat faorf and patron-
and being
eontlnuane of eaow 07 -"- " "
tra, and praaapt awllwerr af Gaadn,
Iwould call the aaUce of the public to the het that
haTlng a Large and well Heleelea Black on
hand, and being IB.daHf 'P tooil froa the differ
.at aarketa, I Salter ayaelf that I can offer to the dtl
at Colombo., or to an j who aa, dear. P"'
ITuaortment of artlclee appertaining to the OBOCIRT
bade, UNEQUALED b anyhouaa In tha city.
The price and quality af the gooda offerad, I aa
antee la give natUIacilaa.
Goods Delivered Trea of Charge.
norST. McBOBALD.
Baltimore Clothing flonse.
HES9 cJ 23XiTJ,
aajraracTntiM am weoiaaata mi
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W. Baltimore-street,
(arrwaa umrr am owaas,)
BALTIPIOBE, 51 A.
A Urge Assortment ol Piece and rurnlsMni
Goods Constantly on Hand;
Oot96dly '
WllUam -A.- O-lll
COLCmBVSe OHIO.
aGRICUITUIULWaREHOUSE
And Seed Store,
., dbaub n .
GENERAL HARDWARE,
HAILS, GLASS, SA?H, PUTTY, OORDAGB,
SmBa, FlataU, Weed Wlllew Ware
ether and Rubber Belting, Ieee Laalher, Hoa i and
king. '
G. DOYLE & CO.
Mannfactorers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Southeast Cornet of High and Cay Sts.,
No BO,
ma rrirrftlia OHIO.
A large Stock of Vine and Staple Good, en hand."
ySl-dtf
RTINDRIEIS. ;
P Ban Arrow Boot,
BicVflour Scotch Oat Meal
' Pearl Barley l,m?,
Cacked Wheat Chocolate
Coco Broma, etc.
Cream Tartar, . Soda
fin Pronei
Bexllew Ralalna ., fmbTonabMa
Peachee Green Corn
ftyth Cann'd Trolt. of ereiT dtMriptien;
Jelllaol all kind.;
flavoring BatiacUof all klria.
Qua Srope; Mixed Candle.; , . .
Almonda, Pilberte,Pecon Nuta,
" ' Bnaliab Walnuta, Breall NuU.etc,
B0S7. . WU. alcDONALD.
E. P'COLLISTER,
WhalaeaU aad Jbleiail Sealer la
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
Ko 85 Bfth Street, s'
-PITT SBURGH, Pa.
Keep aiietaatl T
r i rtwae) IIaiAFiSa ei - .
XnxiDOirtocl Oisnro
, Oct. tti-ita . ..:
" Laces and Embroideries,.;' : '
VAI g.-CIEPIEBILTEE POWT
La 6ollar..nd Seli. Irenoh, Pu.br and Ihraad
l v7u. new pattern. ) Venetenra, Thread and
vt I !1 J mhroUlered Coll.ra, Bella. Trimmluf a and
I'B.rb d Oollfiwa, Plaia Linen Oollari,
VibianumbroWered 0,'"',J'u,(JJ(,t,,
I , ,-, -gj i o. . BonthJllgh Street. .
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with Ihe PITTSBURGH, TT.
WiXNB CHICAGO BAILROAD
tor Pittebwrgh, thiladeiphUk and Baltimore. Alto
for Tort Warn and OMoago. '
Connecting at Clevslend with the LAKE SH0B1 BAIL
, JlOAD , ..
FerDaaklrk, Baffale, Albany, B
1 Mk,aidKw Korti
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY.
m ruinmhna. In aannaatlnn Willi Train! OS the
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
JLnM9 JJEsri mm. ajauveTa.a-e
IliiT TRAIN.
Dlrinil TiTDDVaQ T.aawaa flainmriHa fct 3.40 AH 1
will ItW MtMngers at til Utione wuth of GftUon,
top at DeUarv Aihley, CardlDglon and Glltad. and
r ik rL.ii... m..mtim at- fl lava land
at All I (A lion uwrm wi wanvui -. i7
at 9:4i A. at. Dunkirk , 3: P. M.. Buff.l. M f . M.
Albanf :WI a., sw " , ,
I u ...-,. k .i. ,mi. 1911 P. M . Philadel
phia iilO A. M. OhloafOTU 0reelilneat8:HUP. M. ,
BB00ND TRAIN.
wnnv .Tnnili Pn InmVin. .t 11:1U
a. m. Will iton at Lewie Centre, Delaware, Cardlngton,
Grafton. arriTe at Olereland at 3:8J p. m.: Dunkirk,
awm . m.i Bnfflo. 10:25 D. U i Altany, n:a. m.;
Mew folk, :30 p. Bceton, 4A0 v. m.i Pltteborgh,
VdOreetllne, eaup. m.; rnuiaeipuis, . y
neoUat Shelby for al 1 polnte on Baudaiky, Mani&eld
Hewari K. norm ui Duenfj. , ,
THIRD TBAIN.
MAIL AMD AOOOMMODATION Leatea OolumbM
at 3:10 a. Will atop at all etatlone South of Shelby,
and at bow bonaon, w-r, -
and Berea; arrlToatCl-relandatfclO p .; Dunkirk,
York, :30p. m. Boeton. Jl:p m.t PliUburgb. Wo
... r. n.en . Itt.ll. J. I.. VI. It. 1 1 wa. wn . flnffi
UreiiiB.a. 3Kiwa. m, ruinmi.,w. r-
neott atHhelbf for all point on Bandotky, Maoititld
Naarark ILmllrnAil.
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Signt Trains to umosgo, now
York and Boston.
Baaoag Chtckti Through to Kmn Tort and BoUon
VU CteI, OMPi W uc.jw.m
JVm 1'orAvto OruUine.
RETURNING.
MIhtBTnreeaarriTeatColumbuat...ll: P. JJ.
ClLnnaUSiprea - 1
Aoeommodatton. " " ,M
Far an Law as tr any alter Baate.
Ail for TichUvia CttHliu ur Cleveland.
B. B. FLINT.
Superintendent, CleTeland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbtu, Ohio.
Oolumbui, April IS, 1651.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
' nnNKKnriNa VIA
BELL AIRE AND WHEELING
WITH TIMv
BALTIMORE & OHIO Re,
mn Til
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
WTTU THB
Pennsylvania Central R R.,
FOB
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, tod
all Eastern Citiea.
NO. 1 IXPRE88
r .-I . If mtnnm at .11 .tftiiOM at
... . . . .... . J W.warlr , UI A.
or newara wnen ikd'icu. ."n" " ; "
connectlu with the Baltimore fc Ohio B. B., and Tla
PillwurgD wltn renniyiTania a. b. lor an
KO. I BXPBK8S
LeaTeaColumbua at 11:18 A. M.; elope at all etatlone
.. rimaUeri. ArrlTea at Newark at 12:tS A. H.,
I i ii 1 1 1 1. .1 3,:vi r. H . uciiaira . . wu-
necUng with the Baltimore a Onto it. - lor an euiem
clUea,
NO. 3XXPRBSS
Learea Coluabui at 3.10 P. M.; ttope at all etatlone when
lignalled. Arriree at Newark at 4:31) P. St., ZaneerllK
at 5:40 P. tt: Bellaire al S:45 P. M.. ennneetlDg
PiUaborfh with the PennaylTaoia B. B. ror all eaatera
Thla Boute offen the ADTANTAOB or a Threorh
Ticket and Baggage Check to WASIIINOTON CITY,
and aleo KiTea the Paaenger the privilege of Tlelllng
BALTIHOBB, PHILADKLPBIAaod MtrT TOKK,
the eoet of a New-York Ticket alone; or the pririloge
rialting all of the principal SBABOABD CITIES at the
. - w na Mil-. 11 IK: -a,. la wla A I haw aLraMtM.
COS! 01 a DWDIVW Aicawa " "
Throafh Ticket! to KBW-yOBKcan be procured Tla
. .?,nmnKr mmtr a aenanaa al
WABtlinUlVil UUltatW auwiMUaiai 'pw-"
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
Ae on other Route..
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains
ASK fOB TICKIT8 TIA
Celnmbna aad. Bellaire ar Wheeling,
JNO. W. BROWN,
Apr. IS. Gm. Ticket Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
CREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TEBBIIATE1 AT WASHINGTON
I ..j n.itinnraon the Eaat. and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkereburg on the Weet, at which plaoea It unite,
with Railroad., Steamer., Ac, for and froa all points
In the
Weet, Saath-weat an Nartta-weet
TERES T2AISS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This Is the only roots to Washington City.
hfbla mate can vlelt Baltimore, Phlla
delphia, New York and Boston, at the cost of a ticket
Dm.. Inn. m AttlA. ltOM.
Through ticket, to the I altera el tie. can be procured
via Waabington tiity at an aaaiuonai cu.ig. vt ww
tare.
a. r .mm ann ta ui Hiaarr Taaws.
Hmae guiek and (am at km a via ant other
route.
Inquire for tleaets via Baltimore aad Ohio Railroad at
any of the principal Railroad office, in the Weit,
. H SULLIVAN, flen'l Weetern Agent,
BsLLata, Ohio.
L. M. 00L1, General Ticket Agent,
w. p. HMITH. Mailer Tranenortatlon.
oetSS-tf. Baltuobs, Md,
IMPORTED GOODS.
JUBT BECEIVED-"
20 caees Italian Oil, Barton a Co., for table use.
10 frenohhtutard, favorite brand.; .
ft " Boned Sardlnee. the BBBT Sardlna lmp'td
4 " ofOapenandOllTes.
ft 11 Table Saucea "Lea a Perrln's Woraeeter
ahlra," "Boyer. Sultana,'' "John Bull,"
"Harvey," "Beading.'
10 M Walnut and Tomato Oatenp.
7ft dot. Ones a Blackwall's celebrated Bngllah
' Pieklea, oonaUting of "Cauliflower," "PW
eallll," OhowChow," "Walnut," 'On
ion," "Cabbage," "Beans," "Gherk's"
M' Pickles.
CO " London Porter.
10O " Campbell's oelebrated Bootoh lis.
6 eaaee Ginger Preserves.
S ( boxes Italian Maeeronl.and Vermaeilla. -
Coleman', selebrated Bnillsh Mnstard, la kegs, boxes,
cans ana wwes. ..
BOY7 ' r ws. nauunabv.
iiiroTJXLLiNroia.
JOHHH WHULKB, ' J1 '
A GENT FOB HOITIE, CONTINENTAL,
XI MaanaTTAii, bscditw, an " .
New Yoai; MaUnBams and Orrv Frna o HaaTTuao
Haw Yoaa Lira and Comi. MoTOai Lira. .
Office, 81 Hick St., Saragee HI
- Alexandre's Kid Gloves.. '
PLAIN AND E1HBROIDEHEB, IffOUR.
mi..noa mA Mnla.hana lllank Kid fiHoT.S.
. v. i j . i- M.MAla unrnlLa.. ' TTftilieaaert.
riuuiviuwiwi iu w u.w. w-n r r
KtdGlovee. Mlaee Kid Otoves. A complete aatortaent
ol uewsaiearawa viora aiway. ior j ,
Dim A Ofila
, , vntu av RiviVf
fobs? : , . ; Ha. ! South Illgh .met.
' : Co-Faxtnerahip. ,1
I HAVE THIS DAT ADMITTED lrlT
ton JAMBS ADOBB BAIN ae partner In my boat
. ... -hkh will hereafter be conducted under the Bra
ifBaln a Son . P BAIN, if ouhB)th Bt.
Coluabua, yen jo. k"v , - i
Canton Mattings. ; ..
i .e. .4. -4r While a Kei' aaa
Whit! Checked af superlotnallty. gleby
jjjj No.SH Bouta' High ft!
Ti I.
t -'
t .- tJi-.'l '-7 p s5 ( . tK i I
Tla
at
of
).
to
,
OHIO 8TATESIIAH
SfllffJIlI
, tw a ii !4iii
Waiaawy
Nos. 3, 38 & 40, North High St,
.INCREASED FACILITIES 1
i . 1 ' '
1
HATING MOVED INTO MY
NEW BUILDING,
I HAVE -
aroatly iZTrilctrsocS
MY
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
. WHILE BOTH HAVJt UJiUtn .-.
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
:with
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &C
IROH THB OKLXBBATED fOTJMDBT Of
C. T. WHITE & CO., NEW YORK,
TITOS MAKINO IT TH1
Most Complete ' Establishment
IN THE CITY.
X am bow prepared to Xzaoate all Ordars for
BOOK AND JOB
PEINTINGr,
WITH DISPATCH!
And ta the Koit Approved Style of the Art
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
PRINTING.
Bills af Lading-, Clrealara,
fill iiead.i , uianaii van
Uertlfieateae Hecelpta,
ray Tlckete, Heglatere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CB2CI8, ' BOTES,
CAEDS, KBVKLOPES,
EI ADD! OS, C05TKACTI.
Ulnstrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Show Bills, Hand Bills, labels, Concert Pro
rrammea, Benool ana Coueg scnemw, do
Ul BUU of Jare, Invitations, As. -
Book Worn
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalogue.,
Klaoeiianeona rampnieu,
Coaititntioni, Beports, Briefs, As
Printing in Gold and Colors
POSTERS
Printed la Every Color on a ' '
LlammotliHoe Cylinder,
The only Press of the kind In Central Ohio.
af CadlltlM for dolna an and all of the above deeerip-
ttona of work, era now unaurpaaed, and aali.tacUoo will
be guaranteed In all eaaee.
ii r-Ail won rarnuuoa prompur or mo nm pnmw.
The Court of Common Pleas, Franklin Coun
ty Ohio.
Barah J. Walton )
ti. Bale In ParUUon.
Ludnda Walton et al.)
T fUBSlANCE OF AN OK DEIS Of
A the aid Court to me aireciea, i win ouer lor eaie ai
public auction, at the door of the Court Home, in the
oily of Colombo., on
Tuesday, May 7th, 1861,
the following described real estate, situate In Norwich
townehip. Franklin county, Ohio, to wiu
Partof the W. B. Ben veld eurrey, No. U4, bounded
as follows: Beginning at a atone 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; thence with the south 1'ns of amid lot
No. 1,8. Udegrees W. 148 pole., ton etone south west
erly corner to said lot; thence with tha westerly line
thereof, N. 87 degrees W. 31 SOUK) poles to a. tone,
north westerly corner of said lot, and corner to land be
longing to the heirs of Apollo, ltogers; thence with their
line N. 17 degrees W. 40X pole, to a .take , soother cor
ner to said heirs' land; thence with another of their lines
S. 54 degrees, W. 3UI), poles to a .take and .tons In the
original weit line of the eurvey, and south-west corner to
aid heir's land; thence with the original line of aid sur
vey, B. 43 degrees 30 minute., B . 73 polee to a etone.north
easterly oorner to a tract of land of two hundred acres
conveyed by Abner Olepp and wife by deed, dated Ang.
27, lKli; thence with his line N. 63 degrees, K. 3U1 pole,
to atooenother corner of said Olapp's land;thence with
another of his lines 8. 27 degrees, B. 14 60 100 poles to
another corner ol said Clspp's land; thencs with another
of his lines N.S3 degrees M. 146 pole, to a alone, another
of raid Clapp'e somen; thence with another of his Unas
8. 87 degrees B. 13 poles to a .tone, another of and
Clspp's comers: thence with another of his lines N.63
degrees B. 21 poles to a stone, north easterly corner to
aid Olapp's land; thence N. 66), degrees W. S poles
and 14 links; thence N. 11 degrees W., following
the Dublin Boad seventy-eight poles to Ihe begin
ning, containing 273 acrea, be tha same mors or
lest; and also. In tha same survey f 554, and
ailloinlng the above described tract, another tract of 3
38-1 ta) acres, bounded as follows: beginning at a stone
Kuth-eaiterly oorner to the above described tract, thencs
N. B. 11 poles and S links to a stone la the
Dublin Road froa which a cheiry tree 'Mi iuehe.
In diameter, bears N. 34 degree. B. 60 links, then
N. 11 Jf degrees B. 17 poles and IS links to a poet, from
which a walnut 13 Inches in diameter bears 8. 46X de
grees B. 8 links distant, thence N. 87 degreea W. 9 poles
sod 21 links to a .lone In the south line of Henry Mo
Orackea's land; thence 8. 75), degrees W. 2-2 poles and
S links to a post in the Dublin Koad, 8. B. corner to
aid McOracken's land; Ounce 8. 10 degreea B. Si poles
and 18 links to a post, thence 8.68 degrees B, ' poles
and 19 liake to the beginning.
Excepting from said two traets.the following described
part thereof, heretofore set off to Blltabeth Annistead,
described as follows: Commencing at the aouth-esst cop
nor of Michael Walton's land abots mentioned; thence
south with the Dublin road 8 rode; theooe westerly on
a Una parallel with the said Michael Walton's south line
a. en decrees S3 minutes W. 224 poles; thence N. 17 de
gress 30 minutes W. 69 70-1U0 poles; thenoe N.54ds
grass B. 71 60-1U0 rods; thence 8 17 degrees 30 minutes
Beat 40 50-100 pole.; thenoe 8. 27 degrees E. 39 20-1U0
poles; thenoe n. In negrees ax minutes m. m poies u
the beginning, containing- forty sores. The property to
be sold as an entire tract, est1 mated st two hundred and
forty acres, and appraised at 850 par acre. - -Tsans
or Bala. One third in hand on day of sale,
bnlanca In ons and two yeara from day of sals, with in
terest secured by mortgage. -J ,,
GEORQIW nurrMAN,
'AprU5,lEl.-dlt-Aw4w. , . Bherlff. ,
.WHO SHOULD USE
DR. JV BOVEE DODS'
..' 'I ' "VTX3rKTAEIJK ;."'J.": ,;
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS?
All who are afflicted with incipient Consumption or
Wsak Lungs shouldass them. ,
. in.Kn .,,. faMB WMk Btauaeha. Indleeation. Dys
pepsia or Piles should ass thsm.
'. . . . - , v n ....
All Wno suner irom urncrai vr wrrooawi.
Restlessness al night, Waat of Sleep, Ate., ahould ess
vea. '
All persons who ars eonvaleaosnt after fever or other
swsneasnoaiaaeo ibbv.
Ministers of the Gospel, Lawyers, Loots re rs, aal al
public speakers should use them.
Book Keeper, and all persons reading a sedentary If
should ass them. -. . . ;
The sged and rofirm should ass them. '
' All who require a stimulant or tonic should uss them.
All who are addicted to the aae of ardent spirits and
wish to Inform, should use them.
They ars made of a pure Sherry Wine, and of the na
tive plants and herbs of the country, and ahoald be re
commended by temperance societies, clergymen, phyai
Siana, and all friends of humanity.
They ars prepared by an experienced and skillful phy
sician, and, ailde (rom their medicinal properties, area
mod delightful bererag, and yet, a a medicine, are as
lnnoeentandbarmlee.ee the dswsof hsaven. .! ' .
Bold by drugglets eenerally. . . .- 1
CHABXKJ WTDDrPlELD CO., Proprlstorf,
, TS William 8t., New Yark.
EO BERTS A 8A1IU21, Agents,
; '" Calaniboe, Okla :
eotaSdawly.;". . , ... - . . i
Gents linen Shirt Collars,
OF RUPEBIOB auALITY, IN OIB.
KflTR. gtandina. B.ron. Per.lm.T. Hrfifrew sod
.ii... Heniueri Pocket llantikerrhief. Neck
Ties. Blocks, Street sad Evening Gloves, Ba!f Hoes af
.ii rr A.. -J .ii li.j. ni H.n r.' Vnr
niahing Goods in great Variety and ft moderate prices.
J i .i it ti t a C -.t : .Sim m. wvm,
febSS 4 rtr 29 SyutVHigh atrcet.,
t I -.-i'iri4 jeod wq le tt ' '
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119 South High Street,
oct25-8awd-ltw-6m
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HAVING A CIRCULATION
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Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
n . a e ...
Utters tfaeuit.es lor AQvenising
. Which CANNOT IAIL to bring
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' To thooe who take advantage of thsa.
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An Inserted In its columns, appoprtately and
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It advantagoas In
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Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dtssemin
v ' atlon knowledge of their bualnea
AMONG COUHTBT DEALEE3 I
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOR
The Weekly Statesman
. Should be handed in before Iriday noon.
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CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL BIN.
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. Importers, 01 Liberty St.,
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Bold In Oolambus by ' " r
McKEE A RESTIBATJZ, .
Wholesale and Betel I Grocers, Stats. man Building.
0. A. WAGNKR. and others.
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T7AnCT' DHEftSj BILKSJ. , .
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We are now offering our immense stock of Taney Drees
Bilks at prices lea than ever beforw ottered In this city.
Ths attention of ths ladies .of this dty and vicinity is
solicited, as our stock Is very select and complete in all
grades of goods intuit Mar. PETER BAIN, j
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T?I INVITE ATTBNTION to some of the moat ex
traordinary cures oy my , , ...... ,,,.
PECTORAL SYRUP. ; j
frKM . n, . hnm. .nit mi Ana wrhohas doubts osn ln-
qulreofthspsrsonwhohaTebeencuredby.it. 1 i
n, vnin va nnwuinwn AT ANT TTVW Ta
tviullyl I.TINfia WITHOUT OHARGBi BOB ALL
TUOSB WUO NEED BIS MEDICINES.
ATTEND TO YOUR 00LD8 A ease of Ave years'
landing oured by DR. KEYBER'B PKOTOBAL BYBUP.
PiTTMoaoH, Jan. 11, 1860.1
Da. Keraia: Mv wife has been afflicted with B bad
eough and difficulty of breathing, for Ave or six years,
which . (or aeveral veara hack, had araduallv Increased In
violence, me complaint naa neon nereanary, ana eue
had been treated by several physicians without any re
lief. In tills state of hsr ease, I procured soms of your
Pectoral Cough Byrup. ibougnt, us nrsi time, a miy
osnt bottle, which relieved her very much ; J. then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her xntlrely, and
Bhs has now no trace Ol me former uieeaae, ipi w w
ne... I would also slaw that 1 nsea ins meaiuns my-
aeir ta a cold and eoneh. The medicine cured me by tak
Ing one dote I exprea my enure minaruou wiui m
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this If you
deairs to do so. .
Alderman ruin wara.
t ,o ,aca
riTTXBUKon, H.Ti JO. iwt
Da. Kivaia: Althouih not an advocate of Patent
Medicine., in general. It aflords ma pleasure inueeonraa
hia ta nnnmnl vour Pectoral BvrUD. As a medicine
it u wall iih. tha attention of anv rjerson who aar In
sny manner be afflicted with coughs, soldo and hoarsenea
ol any bind, ana lor wo peculiar qnaiiuoauvu. .v
movlng all that disagreeable sensation attending a as
I havs been, more or lea, in my lire, anecieu wiiu ine
severest of cold, and hoarsenea.. At times my throat
would hecoms so closed as to prevent my .peaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doees of the above Byrup
It would relieve me entirely.
In ,iw,mm.n,lin. this medicine. I moat nnhesltatlngly
ay that It is the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
ours the above, nor should any family be without this
remedy for disease, so prevalent.
Your., mo.t respectfully,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Csshisr Cltisens' Deposit Bank.
ATruazvviLLX. 0.. March 14. 1859
I have rued Dr. Kevser's Cough Byrup for a bad eough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it is
the best medicine lor ine asms wai i nave ever laacn.
i. rr. tuus
CM.. PRATT AND DR. KEVSER'S PEOTORAL
8YBUP. Da. Krrira Dear Sir. Excuse the delay of
m artknnwiediriai the excellence of vour Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. 1 take great pleasure In ssylng that it is
all you ay it is. Jt tmoaua vie notee ow oy my oowyo
and tha wont one I wai aver afflicted with: I have not
tued more than one-half of t hs bottle, snd I osn and do
wish that all who ars afflicted would give It as fair a trial
as I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no
quack medicine." I would not .oiler another such an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
Aden 1 1 can breaths more freely than I evr did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy, xou are at uocny i w mj nam
in this regard, aa yon think proper . r . mai l'.
messenger uommon uouueu, jrnieiwrgu, a.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1859.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cl tlieni. and
who entertain doubts can comult me personally.
a. j. r.
PiTrsaugflH. April 34. 1857,
EE AD THB TRUTH. Da. Kcrsaa: I have a daugh
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad cough,
without benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
T nnn-haud from vou a bottle of vour PEOTOBAL
SYRUP, and before shs had used half a bottle she wa
relieved. The secona douis ourea uer cuuraij- ui uer
cough. JUlin uanini
Boblnsrn street, Allegheny.
PiTTnanxaH. December. 31. 1653
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KBYSER'S TBOTORAL
bvriip.I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced aoout
the 4th of Vebruary last, and continued eight months. I
amninved the beat nhvsicians in tha country, and ay
cough continued unabated until early in October. Al
that time I was advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH
BYRUP, whlcn 1 did, ana ener i naa laees one a
was entirely free from Ihe coughing and .pitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, sod I think it should be
known llisl Wis vaiuaois remeuy win uo iur vuicr wua.
It has done InmycsM. Juua u. uiiua,
Witnea.-U.il.hxaa. i-eeoies townnip.
ParroN T.. AprhV14, 18S7.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time ago, an old
neliihhnr of mine was verv llliWithabad oouih which
every one supposed to be consumption. His relative.
told ms that he naa uien every rcmcu j uicy ucaru ui
without benefit; his brother came to MS mm die, ana all
wen confirmed in the belief that he could not live. I
had about ths third of a bottle ol your Pectoral Syrup,
which I gave him, and It entirely oured him, to the aston
ishment of all. What makes the ease more remarkable,
is ths extreme age of the man, he being about elrhty years
old. I have no aouDl tne recionu savea nie ms.
JOUMM' UUINiB,
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL BYRUP IN BLAIR8-
VILLB. Please send ms another supply of your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody around u.
haa the cold and ars inquiring for "Dr. Ksyser's Pectoral
Byrup.n Wa have soldsixleen pomes last wees, ana ars
new .ntlrelv out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Mailer, both
of Blairsvllle, Pa., tell us they would not be without it
in their fsmilles. In fact, all whs use it once want It
again. Yours, re.pectlully, ' .
Januaiy 30, 1860.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIPICATX DR. KEYSER'S
PKOTORAL BYRUP. 1 had been troubled wlthaooagh
and oold tor several weeks so bad was It that I sould not
sleepi 1 bad the advice ana prescriptions irom lores oi
the best physician, in the city, wnom loouia name, out ao
not do so. I nnaiiy proourea a pottio oi your rcoiorai
Syrup, which cured me entirely. signed,
" J. W. blMONTON,
230 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. 9, I860.
'STOP THATOOUGHINa." 'How can I do Itr "Go
to Keyaar'aon Wood street and get a bottle ol hlsoougb
PactoiaL and if that don't ours you, your aass moat be
desperate Indeed." This Is aapeolmen of ths colloquy
one hears almost every day In cold oatchlDg periods of
the year. And we can, from actual experiment, obeer
fully eoneur in the ed Titer's admonition as above, for we
have tried the 'Pectoral." in a aost stubborn esse, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
with onsol the most distressing, contrary, mulish, an
subduahls coughs ws ever experienced since our advent
upon this mundane sphere. We eonguM steadily and
laboriously for ons whols week, in hopes of tiring it tut.
but it waa no go. In fact It seemed rather to have ia-
nroved bv practice, and to havs acquired strength.poten'
cy and dUtreniMlity by Uis operation. In this stsgeof
ths siege, ws oou jhed our way to Keytar's, 140 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle of tha 'Pectoral;" took it
according to directions, and Id forty-eight hours ws were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, altar a Uriel bu nnsquai contact wiin
formidable an adversary as Keyser's famous "Cough
Pectoral." vrovmtvtue vupper, jeo. it, icuv.
DR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP Is prepared and
sold by Dr. GEOROB H. KEYSEU, 140 Wood street,
Pittsburgh, fa.
. JU" Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS ft SAMUEL.
rpOOTIIACnE HEITIEDY.
A. BTJKK CTJTtK.
Prepared and sold by
Da. GEO. II. KEYBER,
Price, 25 cents.
140 Wood St., Pltteburgh, Pa,
TTT Bold In Columbus by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
ool!f7:2uwdum. i .. ,:: ... i ii: ,
Watches I Diamonds !l Silver Ware II
A CHOICE A-SOUTSIKNT OF GOLD
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I am Agent for the Aaeaioa Watcb Co., and can
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either Wholeale or Retail. '
: Come and choose from my beautiful dliplay of Dia
monds snd other rich Jewelry. Styles new price, low.
As to Silver Wars of sterling quality, I can show nsw
patterns, very nrnnaiome - -
Silver Plated Ware, Tea Salt., Urea. Walters, Castors,
Basket. Pitchers Goblets. Knivss. Porks, Spoons. See.
Then I have a supply of fine Tabls Cutlery, Pocket
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are desired for prefects at such prices ss ars an Induce
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Ml AWLS 1 1 In all deslrablsoolors, and at vary
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They esldoa tall la removing ths Xauta and ;
ecAs to which lemales ars so subject. ;. ; , ,
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Ml. " ". i ". ' i
Tot literary Men, Studtntt, Delicate Female t
and all persons of udmtarf habitl, they are valua ,
u a lamaMM, Improving the appetite, giving ton j
tiger to the dlgsstiT organs, and restoring ths natur j
elasticity and strength of the whole system.
THB CIPHALIO PILLS are the resalt of long Inves
ttxatton and earefully eondnotsd experimsnU, having
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prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffer
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the nervous
system or from a deranged state of lis stoma cA. , .
Thev are entirely vegetable In their eomposltlon, an
may be taken at all times with perfect safely without
Biking any change of diet, and ihtabtenct ej any
dUaareeaUe tattt render U eatf to admnuter (Asm
children. ,
SSirAKBuruvunianiaxiDi
The genuine, have fire signatures of Henry C. Bpsldlng
onsaohBox.
Bold by Druggists aad all ether Dealers In Medlolnss.
A Box will be sent by Bail, prepaid, on receipt of ths
3PxrJ.OGfj as Oonts. " j
All orders should be addressed to
II EI BY C. SPALDING, .
4S Cedar Street, New. Yark.,
THB I0LLOWINO ENDORSEMENTS OF .
SPALDING'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER, IROM
HEADACHE,
" THAT A
L SPEEDY A5D SUEE CUEE
18 WITHIN THEIR REACH.
At tktte TitUmoniale were untolicittd by Ma. SraLD
ids, Ay ajora vnguetttonacne prooj oj ins tjp
eacy of tail truly eoienHflo discovery,
Masoimixa, Conn , Feb. S, 1SS1. ,
Ha. ErauiiKs.
On-
T tiava trfad ennp Cenhallo Pills, and like them to
well that 1 want yon ta and ma two dollars worth more.
Part of thsss are for the neighbors, to whom I gars
few out of the first box I got from you. ,
Bond ths Fills by mall, and oblige
Your ob t Servant, '
I . JAMES KENNEDY. '
HavaaroBD. Pa.. Feb. . 1B61.
Ma. BrAimm. -
' Bra:
t-t- . m,. .M knv r. t v-H P.Tltl .11
Pills, Ihave reoetved a great deal of benefit from them.
""mary'ann BTOIKHOUSB.
Braoci Catix, HnwrwoTow Co., Pa.,
January 18, 1861. I
H.O. BrAimm.
aief
Too will please and me two boxes el your Cephalic
Fills. Bend Inem immediately.
, i Jtespeouuliy yours,
JNO.B. SIMONS.
P. B. Ihave weed one bom of your J'Ule, and find
VumeaoeUent,
' ' Bsixa Vinson, Obio, Jan. IS, 1801.
Hawav 0. Sratmao, Bsq.
Please find enclosed twenty -Ave cents, for which and
ae another box of your Cephalic Pills. They ar truly
the beet PiB have ever tried.
Direct , A. BTOVErt, P. M.,
' ' Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
BtvixLT, Mass,, Deo. 11, 18C0,
n. 0. SriLDua. Em.
I wish for some circulars or large showbills to bring
roar Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo
mers, if you have anything of the kind, please and
e.
Ona ofm customers, who Is subject to severe Sick
Headache, (usually lasting two days.) teas cured of an
attacM en one hour oy your rvu, wnicn l seni nsr.
RespectruliyyonTS,
W.B. WILKBS
RrTHouisrjo, Fbaxiun Co., Ohio, I
. January 9, ltxil. )
HxxXT 0. BratDiwa,
Ne. 48 Cedar St., X. T.
DaaB 8ia:
Inclosed find twenty Are cents, (25,) for which and
box oi-uepnaiicr-nn." tend to addruss oi Iter. Its.
0. Filler, Reynoldiburg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your Pille scorA Ui a tharmeura JleaiaeX el'
most ieittanter.
Truly yours,
WM.O. TILLER.
YniXASm, Mich., Jan. 14, 18C1.
Ma. BrAUtoM.
Bta:
Net long sines I ant to yoa for a box of Cephallo Pills
for the curs of the Nervous Headschs and Oostlvenea,
and received ths sum, and they had to good an tfect
that twaetnaueea to una for mote.
Plsase sssd by r.'.nrn null. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER,
- ' YpsllanU, Mich.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Cephalic PUla accomplish the object for which they
were maas, vis,; uure oi oeauacne in an its rorms,
Froa the Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.
They have been tested In more than a thousand eases
With entire
From the Democrat, Bt. Clond, Minn.
If you ars. or have been, troubled with tha headache
and for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that yon Bay bars
them In case of an attack.
Froa the Advertiser, Providence, B. I.
The Cephallo Pills are aid to be a remarkably effective
remedy for the headache, and one of the very bast
that very frequent eomplalnt.whlch bu ever been dis
covered. . .!.(, . ; . v,
From the Western R. R. Gaiette, Chicago, III.
We hartlly endorse Mr. Bpauldlng, and his unrivaled
oepaaiie rills.
V from the Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Ta.
We are sore that persons suffering with the headache
who try them, will stick to them. , ., (,
From the Southern Path finder, New Orleans, La. :
Try them! yoa that are afflicted, and we are cure that
yonr teatlaoay oan be added to tha already numerous
list that has received benefits that no other medicine can
produce. , : j
. . ' t . ; front the St. Louts Democrat. ' ' ' ' r
The Immense demand tot the article (Cephalic Pills
le rapidly increasing. , i
" 7 froa the Gasette, Davenport. Iowa. ." ' ' .
Mr. Spalding would not connect bis cams with an ar-
ncie ne nm ant rruno w pnaweaa real mem, - '
try A ' slngis bottle of SPALDING'S PRBPABBB
... GLUB will save tea time its eoet annually .JJL n :
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I , !'
,' SfALDlNG'S PREPARED GLUE I "
! ' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUB
i
IAT1 TH PIECES!
auunuaii - nuiu.vu,
, JCT"A Btitob hi Ttitt Bavw Nixb.VC1I'.'i. "
As accidents will happen, even In well regolated fam
lllea. It la verv desirable to have some cheap and eon1
W f.nrmrwi -a . r,TBTDainm '
veatoot way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Oroeksry,
ae. ' 'i i -i . i 'i. j i
" SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUM
meets all such emergencies, and no household cad afford
lo be wtinoat Is. it u always resay, ana up w ue suck
Ingpolnt, "" '' Ji- ' ' l
"USEFUL IN IVEBX HOUSE."
N. B. A Brash aceoapanlea each bottle. . ;
cento., ' , Address,
HEITBT f. BPALDINO.
Mo. 48, Cedar Btroet, Mew York.
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As esrtaia nnwrineiplad persons are attempting to
film off on ths ansuspsetlng pablic, hniUUon. of my
RBPARED GLUB, I would eautioa all person, ts ex
amine before purchasln. and sec that the full name, ,
IJTSPALDINO'B PREPARBDOLUB.JI
Is m ths o&Uids wrapper; all sthers an swindling eon'
torfelta.1 .... nos , ,
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v v wmis aaa Buea. I aa aaastvee as
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THE E3EAIEST
mm
DISCOVERY
OF THE AGE.
MR. KENNEDY, OP BOXBFJBYI
has dlMorered In ons of our common pasture wesdl
a remedy that cures
Every Kind of Humor,
FROM
The worst Borofnla down to a common Flmplt.
He haa tried It In over eleven hundred esses, and nsv
sr failed exoept In two esses, (both thunder humor.) Hs
baa now In hi. poaaeaion over one hundred certificates of
Its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. '
Two bottles are warranted ta cure a nursing gore
month.
. One to three bottles will curs the worst kind of Pimples
on ths face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system ef bllse.
Two bottles are warranted to care the worst canker In
IhS mouth or stomach.
Three to Ave bottles are warranted to cue the wont
kind of Eryilpelaa.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all hdmorl
the Eyes.
Two bottles are warranted to core running o ths Mr
and blotches among ths hair. -
Four to six botles are warranted to core corrupt and
running ulcers.
Ons bottle will care scaly eruption of the skin. ,
Two or throe bottles are warranted to cure the went
kind of ringworm.
Two or tli res bottles ere warranted to cure the aost
desperate cate of rheumatism.
Three to four bottle, are warranted toeursalt-Rbeua.
Fire to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scro
fula. A benefit Is always experienced from the Arst bottle,
a perfect ours Is warranted when the above quantity Is
taken.
ROXBORT, kf ABB.
Daaa Manait: The reputation of the Medical Die
covery, In curing all kinds of homors, Is so well atsb-
li.nea ny the unanimous voice or ail who Hare aver nan
It, that I need not say anything on the suhjsct, as ths
most akillful physicians and the most careful Druggists In
the country are unanimous In Its prates.
In presenting the Medical Plaoovery to yonr notice, i
do it with a full knowledge of Its curatlre power, in re
tiering all, and curing most of those d Isaacs to which
you are unfortunately so liable. That most excruciating
diseaie to an affectionate mother,
NCUSINO SOKE NOTJTII,
Is cured as If by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
to its natural sweetness, and sour babe from ahart and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; snd tha Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household.
In the more advanced stages of
CANKER
Itcxtends to Ihe stomach .causing
JJKHfA.a'HIA,
which Is nothing hot canker on the stomach; then to las
Intestina and
KIDNEYS.
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference evea
to tne cares oiyour ismiiy.
a oar stomsch is
. HAW AND INFLAMED,
your food distresses yoa, snd yon can only take certain
kinds, and area oi that your system aoee not get nan
the nourishment It contains, as the acrimonoua fluid of
the canker eats it up! then your complexion loses Its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and your best
day Is gone. For went of nourishment your systea be
comes loose and nanny, ana ins nbres or your ooay ps
otime relaxed Then follow s train of diaaas which the
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
cure;
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the side, weaknsa e
the spine and small of ths back, pain of ths hip Joint
when sou retire, irregulsrity of the bowels, and also,
that most sxoruclaling of dteeasee, the
PILES.
How many thousand of poor women are suffering froa
this disease snd pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbordoes not know ths catue. I wish te
Impress on your mind that good old provsrb,"An ounce
of prevention is better than a pound of cure," In the
fflEDICAL DISCOVERY
yon have both the preventative and the cure, with this
great and good quality, that It will never, nnder any
circumstances, do you any injury.
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY '
la especlaly Intended for dlsesses of the blood, bat since
Its Introduction in the Western Slates, it is found to be
the best
AGUE REMEDY .
that was ever before the public.
No change of diet ever Accessary eat the best yoa can
and get enough of it.
DiaacTiQNi roa can Adults one table spoonful per
day Children over ten years, dsaert spoonful Children
from Ave to eight years, tea spoonful. As no directions
can bo applicable to all eonsltutions, take sufficient ts
operate on toe ooweis twice a aay. .
Yours truly,
DONNALD KENNEDY. '
Price 1. 00 per bottle. For y every druggist la
ths United States. wpSl-dawly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR.
An Effective, Safe and Eoonomieai
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To its original color without dyeing, and preventing
llair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, ' -And
curing It, when there is ths least particle of vitaD .
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
And all cutaneous affections of ths Scalp.. . i t .
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an nneqaled gloss and brilliancy. Baking
it soft and silky in its texture, and causing It to our'
readily. 1
Tha great celebrity and Increasing demand for thla an.
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial la only neoesary to atlxfy a discerning public of Its
mperior qualities over any other preparation in uas. It
cleanses the hsad and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous dlsesses, causing ths hslr to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, soft, gloay and fioxihle appearance, and
also, where the hair la looanlngaod thinning, It will give
strength and vigor to tha roots snd restore ihe growth to
boM ports which have become bald, causing tt te yield a
re.h covering of hair.
There ars nundreds of ladles snd geatlsmea In New
York who have had their hair restored by ths use ef this
Invigorator, when all other preparations havs failed. L.
M. has in Dispossession letters Innumsrabls testifying
to tha above facts, from persons of the highest redssoto
bllity. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of life; and in oases where" the hslr
has already changed its color, ths sh of the Invigorator
will with oertainty restore it to It to its original hue, giv
ing tt a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the.
toilet and a liair Restorative tt la particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragraooe; and the great ta
cilltlea it affords In drealng the hair, which, when moist
with the Invigorator, can be dressed in sny required
form so ss to preserve Its plsee- whether plainor In curls;
hence ths great demand for it by the ladies aa a standard
toilet article which none ought to be without,M the price
places It within the reach of all, being , ;) .,
Only Twenty-Eive Cents
per bottle, te be had at all respeotabls Druggists and
. Perfumers. . . i
L. MILLER would call the attention cf Parents and
Guardians to the use of his Invigorator, In eaaee where
the children's hslr Inclines to be wsak. The ass of It
lays ths foundation for a good head of hair, as It re
moves any impurities that may have become conneoted
with the scalp, the removal of which Is necessary beta
for the health of the child, and the future appearance of
its Hair.
Oaonon. None genuine without the fac-stmlls LOUIS
MILLER being on Ihe outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LER'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y., blown la the
glass. i .,
Wholeale Depot, 56 Dey street, and nld by all the
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout tha world
l Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity. ' '"!)
I also desire to pressnt lo the American Public my "'' '
HEW ABD " IMPROVED IKSTAITAsTEOVI
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after year of arlentlfie experimenting, I have
brought to perfection.' It dies Black or Brown instantly
wtthoutlnjury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the best
article of the kind la existance. - ' - "--
,:. . PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 56 : Dey St.,J New 'York.
et8:dAtwly. 1 "J V""'"'
V Ladies' linen Poeket-Handk'ij. , a
HEM MED8T1T0HED LINEN HAND,
kerohlefe. very wide hems.
. Embroidered Linen Handk'l allprloes. ,' !'-.!.! I
Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do. , , , . .
do do' - colored border.' ' '' i,v''.
Mourning do black borders -
do . do ; . nswstylecroasllMbei. 'I -'
Pins Apple do newpstterns.
' MlisePleln sod ITemined Stitched do all pries.
, Comprising the most select assortment in the city aad,
at loweat prices. BAIN A BON,
fetal . ,i , i t No. 89 Booth High Street. ,
GENTLEMEN'S rVBNIsniNO
GOODS. . ; -.. i :. Itiucit)
Novelties In Neck Ties and Boarfs. - rr ,,: i
' " Byron and Garrota Collars.
... Embroidered Pocket Handkerchief. i
Paris Kid Gloves superior make. . ,.
Golden Hill Shirts, various styles. :t-'! "
Boys' Goklsn Hill Shirts, do
, Driving and Street Gloves, do ... -
' Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, various llyUe.
.', i Half lloaa and Under Garments. - 1 1 f ' 1 '" '
aprlU'
No. 59 South High street. ''
MINK MUFFS. TIOTORINBB and CUFFS we ere
now aellln at van law Dries, alto all other kinds
fM.hl.nabf. fura. .. - , ' Pf M BAN" .
deOV It ; ,J ' ' W. aTUWW i5a a
MALT EMI THBK Ik LACK HI a aw
,of elsgant quaUUe lor Ladles; .!, M1" 'u"
igreat variety, ,, ... ; ,,, . : . ".TiZlt
ii--oT i .-. s' - 'i'I jf'. t tt " ,.tf:li!-fHIoJ 0'll

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