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v , . i just RECEIVED BY
No. 30orth High Street,
. wtfT it (ha largett Ml But SalMtod Aawart '
l EVER OFfERED IN THIS CITY!
House Builders' Furnishings
OP EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY. V,
1 French & American ;
"JXTlxxcLox?v G-losa 1
PAINTS GROUND IN OIL,
Ml pot np la nalfponndeene for hmlty nee, and Dry
'-'"i" Paint la bulk. 1
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
AXES GRINDSTONES, to. .
GUNS.PISTOLS, SHOT, Ao.
V FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE 4 CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.,
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invite the attention of 11 Interested to my
took of Pocket and labia Cutlery, ana
SILVER PLATED F0RK8
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoona,
Butter Knives, &c,
of HOGBKKa A BKO'8. Manufacture, warranted to be
xtmbeavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchant,, Mechanics, and other, are Invited
to call and examine 07 Stock, u I am prepared to at II
Wholesale and Retail. Wn. A. GILL.
Columbus, Ohio, May 8, I860.
Wholesale and Ketail Depot for
No. 106 South High Street.
' t DEALER IN
T E .A. S
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL 'HEIR VARIETIES,
Daily rrlral of Geoda
For the Full and Winter Trade
TO THIS PUBLIC for past favon and patron
age, and being BBTEBMIMED to MERIT
...ti.nuioa or (am or unci -
trade, and prompt delxTery "
I would cell the notice of the poblio to the tact that
baring .a Larfe and won hinmo en
band, and being ln:daily receipt of g oodi from the differ
tot market, I flatter myself that I can offer to too dtt
sens of Colnmbua, or 'to any who may desire to purchsse.
an assortment of articles appertaining to th GROCERY
tad,. CNEUUALED by anybouao In the elty.
Th. pritw and quality of tha goods offered, I Ifuar.
aatee to irir aatiaiactian.
Ooodi Delivered Pree of Charge.
B0Tin wm. Mcdonald
Baltimore Clothing flonse.
HESS cto BIaTJIH.
aanracTraiat am waoinsata natua u
No. AOS W, Baltimore-street,
(Tin UTT ASH BOWABD,)
A Largs AMortnwnt ol Place and Famishing
Goods Constantly on Hana;
And t3eed Store,
NAILb, 0LA88, SABJI, PTJTTT, COBDAGI,
Gna, Pialela, Weed Willow Ware
thr and Aabber Belting,
lace Leather, Boa and
eunmatlon and nain. and heala Ui word burn
ecald, braie,cnt .or freth wound of any kind, trevrata
ewelllng ana pain irom oee unga, vwi.iw mm, ana
nolaonon plant, neuralgia, rheumattun, ague In the
breaet, a It rheum, eto. When lake a Internally, It will
poeitlvely cure croup In children, and give immediate
relief in trie woratcaav 01 wiiwniwwwjiwu
itmovee hoaraeoee and eore Uiroaw rrice, la eenu-
bottle, ghonld be in every hone. For tale by Drag.
lujt. and Storekeeper. luvia biu.
Bole Proprietor, Ho. 1 Bpruo it., New York
. ' ' ' Arrow Rent,
rcotch Oat Meal
Prune r 1
Vrnh Cann'd Trult of every dneriptlen;
Jelllecof all kind,;
flavoring Extract of all lre.
Qum Drop; Mixed Candie;
" ' Almond, Pi Ibert, Peoon Nut, '
Bngliab Walnut, Braill Nuta.ete,
aosr . 7 .. . . " Mcdonald.
Whaleeale and lietall Sealer la
- TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
J ' No. J25 Fiftn Street.. .
.PIT SBURpii; Pa; '
Kto onatantlr en hand alt the Tav
riea BttANVl ef
. Oct. wlw ' '
Laces and Embroideries,
Lace Oollanand Sett. Irench, Pusher and Thread
Lace Yell (nW patten).) Valencienea, Thread and
Point lace', Kmnroiderert Collar, Betta, Trimmtnr and
(Skirl. Laoe IlarbM and Coiffure. Plain Linen Collar,
Vtteand CuU. Embroidered Collar and Cuff In jtti.
No. 80, South High BUeet.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at 0retlui with the pirTSBUROH,
WITH! a CHICAGO RAILROAD
tor Pitteburgh, Philadelphia and BaUlmor.
nr Tori WVo VAieago.
OonnecUng at Otoreland with the LAKB B1IOB1 BAIL-
HUAU . .
Fr Daaalrk, Bnffalo, Albany -
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
from Oolumbui, la ennneetlon with Tralni on th
LITTLE JIIJaBII AND CUl-iJMiiu
fIB8t TRAIN. ,
utaii iTDifii..j,iM rtnlnmhn at 3.40 A.U
will lear paeaenger at all tatlon aouth of 0Uun
top at Plawar. Aehley, OardlDgtoa and Gllead, and
at all Utlon north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:45 A M., DonklrkS:M P. M.. BuBalo :
Albany S:W A. M., ew xora iu.au """ '
P. M f Plttihurah TU Creitlin 3:80 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:1 A. H. Chicago via Oreetllneato 'r, m.
. , BB00NDTKA1A.
NiflT TOBK BXPBBSr) Leave Colombo at 11:10
win .Hn .1 rwi. Centra. Delawara. Oardinaton,
Gallon. 0retlln, Bhelby, New London, Wlllntoa and
antoo, arrlv at Cleveland at Mi 9- Dunkirk,
9:00 p. m.l Buffalo, iu:vs p. m i aiwnj, u.,
NewYoik, 8:3Un. m.; Bo.too, 4:u p. a., rmaournu.
Ha Cretlln, 8:S0 p. m.) Philadelphia, 10 a. m., uon-
neela at Shelby for al 1 point oa aanauiay, manaueiu
Newark B. H., north ot Shelby.
' IHIBD IBAIN.
Mill, AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Colombo
at 3:20 p m. Will , top at all itallom Bourn 01 bd.idj,
and at Naw London, Hocheiter, Wellington, Oj(tfi
and Bene; arrlv at Cleveland at 9:10 p. m.; Dunkirk,
q ui. . nnrr.iA. i-.on-. m.: Albanv. 33U D. m; New
York. 0:30 n. m.: Voton. li:up m., ruouu,vi
0re.tllne.at S:10a. m.; Philadelphia, 5:U p. "''
neel at ohelb for all point, on eanauiicy, aian.ueiu
Ptnt RlAenin? Can are ran on all
Dlgat Trains to CMcago, new
York and Boston. ,
Baggagt Chrcksd ThrougMo Kew Tort and Botlon
via Vlertiana; alto, 10 j-nuauupnif
Yorlvta OrttUiM, ,
Night Kxpreei arrive at Colombo at...1MS P. M.
Cincinnati Baprea - . ' " "ij"--AcoommodaUon,
" " " 010 P.M.
rare aa Law aa by any ather Rente
Aik for TichUxxa Cretllinetr Cleveland.
. Euperlntendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
J AMK8 PATTERSON, Agent.
Colnmbui, April 15, 1651.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling;
BELLAIRE AND WHEELING
BALTIMORE & OHIO Re Re,
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
Pennsykaflia Central R. R.,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and
all Eastern Citlea.
NO. 1 XZPKXtS
Leave Columbu at 3.30 A.M.; atop at all itatloo, eeit
of Newark when tignailed. Arrlrea at Newark at 4:50 A.
M.. Zaneavill at 0:01) A. M.. Bellaire at 10:40 A. M-,
eonneeting with the Baltimore a Ohio E. B. and via
Pituburgh with rennjyltanla a. ja. tor au iern cuiee.
NO. S 1XPBI8S
Leave Columbu at 11:18 A, M.; atop at all itatlon
when (Ignalled. Arrive at Newark al ia:au a., a.,
ZueavlUe at 2:04 P. M. Bellaire at 6:10 P. It., con
necting with the Baltimore fc Ohio B. B. for all eastern
Leave Colnmbui at 3: 10 P. M.; (tons at all (ration whea
ignalled. Arrive at Newark at 4.30 P. If., Zaoeevill
at 5:40 P. U.. Bellaire at 9:45 P. M., eonneeting
Pituburgh with the Penntylrania A. Jl. for an eaatern
Thl Route offer th ADTANTAGI of a Through
Ticket and Baggage Cheek to WASHINGTON CITY,
and alo give the Puaenger the privlleg e of vUlting
BALTIMORE, PIlILADELPBIAaad Naif-TOKK,
the eeet of a New-York Ticket aloae; or the privilege
vUlting all of the principal SB ABOARD CITIES at th
oat si a BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Boate.
Through Ttekeu to N W-YOBK. eaa be procured via
WABnlNUIun Ulil.ateu aoumoaai eapenaesi )i.
Time as Qnick and Fare as Low
Al on other Boule.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
ABK I0B TICKETS VIA
Columbuaand Bellaire at Wheeling-.
JN0. W. BROWN,
Apr. 15. Om. Ticket Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
rnFRWilrtATKS AT WAHniWGTON
X and Baltimore on th Eaet, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkenbnrg on the Weft, at which plce It untie
with Railroad, Steamer, c, for and from all point
Weat. Bonth-weat and Narth-weaf
TEBES TEAIK8 DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES
Thl I the only route to Waihlngton City.
PaaHnnmhwthl root can vlxlt Baltimore, Phila
delphia. New York and Boaton, at th eot of a ticket
Boeton alone by other line.
Through ticket to the Baxters eitle eaa aa procured
via Waahingtoa City at aa additional charge of twe dol
Iimia Cxae Attxcb9 TO ALL Mmxtt TmaiR.
Tim a quick and are, ae Una at via any other
Inquire for ttcaeli via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any of the principal naiiroaa omcea in ui.
. 11. SULLIVAN. Oen'l Weatern Agent,
L. M. COLB. Oeneral Ticket Agent,
W. P. 8MIT1I, Muter Traaiportatloo,
IMPORTED GOODS. ;
JUST KECEITED '
20 eaee Italian Oil, Barton Co., for table a
in Vranen auiaro.ravonie oranoa:
5 " Boned Bardinee. the BEST Bardlne lmp'td
4 " of (Japeraanauiive.
5 " Table iauee "Lea a Perrln" Woreeeter-
hlre." 'Boyer' Bnltana," "John Bull,"
in h Walnut and Tomato Catnn.
74 do. Oroet Blackwall' celebrated Ingllah
Pickle, eonaiatlnc of "Cauliflower. "Pi.
- eallll," Cbew-Ohow,'' Walnat," Oo-
M'x Pickle. . .
fin Loodon Porter. 1
lOO " Campbell' celebrated Scotch Ale. ' ,
6 eaaei Ginger Preaerve. ';
8boxilulUn Macaroni.and Vermacllla. '
0 mwinni'i flelatlne. ' 4
Coleman', eelebrated EnglUh Mu,tajd, In keg, boxe,
can anu oome.
Bo27 WM. MCDONALD
'. J0HV H WB3ELXX. .. :.
A CENT FOB HOWE, COPITIraKrVTAL
IX. Maxaurraa, Bacrarrr, and Iavrnarnii in. Do.
Nw Yoaa; MaacHirr' and Crrr Pm or ilaBTroaa
Maw Yoac Lmand Com. MnToat Lira. j
Office St High Mt. aTae;e'a f I
Alexandre's Kid Gloves, x j
TkLAIrV AND EllIBBOIDERED, FIOUB
JT OUKTA1KB and peaalar ahape black EldOlovee,
embroidered in while, magenta, purple, Ao. Undreeaad
KldOlovM. MlaeeeKidOlove. A complete awortraent
ef lheMeeietrataioveaalwayIoTaieDy 1
. , . . , nain m nun.i
febM ' No. MiouthDIghatreot,
Oo-Partnership. : ,
I HAVE Till" BAT ADfllTTED HIT
on JAMBS ADOEK BAIN a partner In my bud
ae, which will hereafter be conducted under the trm
of Bala k Son. - P. BAIN, DO Bcath High Bt.
Columbu, feb 15. low. tebMJ
v . : Oantoa XIattings. -:
id i-4, a-4, White an He mad
Whit Checked of to per lor quality, tor tale by t
I5HI0 - GTATE3IIAII
Nos. 36,38 & 40, North Bigh St.
INCREASED FACILITIES t
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
I HAVE - "
.my " ' ... ;
BOOK 1 'JOB DEPARTMENT!
. WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN i. .
REPLENISHED ' THROUGHOUT
. ' with '.
New . Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
f ROM THX CILXBBATID FOTJNDBT OT
C. T. WHITE--& CO., NEW T0KK,
' THUS MAKINO IT Till ! ..
Most Complete Establishment
; . .. IN THE CITY. , I
I am bow prepared to Zzaonta U Order for '
BOOK AND JOB
And In th Moat Approved Styieof the rt.
PABTICULAB ATTBNT10N PAID TO ;
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bllle af Lading- Circulars, '
Bill Heada, Blank, Deeda
'rtlf Ir.atee. Iteceipta,
Pray Ticketa, . lleglatere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
IUustrated Show Bills,
' FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, ;
Show Bill, Hand Bill, label, Concert Fro
rrammee, School and Collefr Schemea, Ho
tel Ellli of Para, Invitation, e.
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION '.
School and College Catalogue,
XI cell an eon Pamphleta,
Conititutioni, Heporta, Brlefj, e
Printing In Gold and Colors
OP O S T E R S
Printed In Every Color on a
The only Preu of the kind la Central Ohio.
My fadllUe tor doing any and all of th above deacrip
tion of work, are now anarpaed, and aaliifaotioa will
be guaranteed la ail eaeee.
10 All work furalehed promptly by the time promled.
, JUUxlAxlU IIUII.
Th Court of Common Pleat, Franklin Ctnn
ty Ohio. .
Sarah J. Walton J
v. Sale in Partition.
Laclnda Walton et al.J '
-riw aerRSDANCE OF AN OKDEK Ok'
A th aald Court to me directed, I will offer for axle at
public auction, at the door of the Court lion, la th
elty 01 uoinmoua, on ' i
Tueeday, May 7tb, lbtil,
th followtna deacribed real eitete, tituate In Norwich
townahln. franklin county, Ohio, to wit:
Part of the W. B. Benneld turvcy, No. S44, bounded
a follow: Beginning at a atone In the reed leading from
Columbu to Dublin; being th eonth-euterly corner to
int No. one. in th aurver in proceeding In partition to
Michael Walton; thence with the aouth lie of aaid lot
No. 1, B. 65 degree W. 14V pole, to a ton( loath weit
erly corner to laid lot; tbenoe with the weaterly Un
thereof. V. 87 deiree W. 31 SO 100 pole to a ilone.
north weiterly corner of aaid lot, and corner to land be
longing to the heir of Apollo, Roger; thtnoe with their
line N. 17 X degree W. 40 pole to a atake, another cor
ner to aald bain' land; thence with another of their line
8. 54 degree, W. XIX pole to a atake and atone In the
original weat line of the aurvey, and outh-wei corner to
aid heir' land; jhenoe with the original line of aaid ur
yey, 8. 43 degree 30 mlnutee.E. 73 pole to a (tone.north
aaaterly corner to a tract of land of two hundred acre
,nii h Abner Olann and wife by deed, dated Aug.
87, 1KU; thence with hi line N. 63 degree, B. 301 pole
xo a'atoncanother corner of aaid Clapp'a land ;i hence with
,,,1 hla tinea B. 37 deem. E. 14 tiO lOO pole to
another corner of aaid Clapp'a land; thence with another
of hla llnea N . 63 degree a. no poiea to a ione. anotner
at laid Clapp'a corner; thence with another of hi line
a. B7deraea 13 Pole tea atone, another of aaid
Clapp'a corner: thence with another ot hi line N. 63
degree E. 81 pole lo a (tone, north eaaterly corner to
aid 0 Lapp' land; Uience N. OCX degreee W. 8 pole
and 14 link; thence N. 11 degree W., following
th Dublin Road aeventy-eight pole to the begin-
nine, containing 873 acre, be the earn more or
lea.: and alao. In th aame urvey; 064, and
..Hnlnlnr the above deacribed tract, another tract of
38- MW acre, bounded aa follow: beginning at a atone
eonth-euterly corner to the above deacribed tract, thence
N, 60m M. II poiea ana una w mwum id ui.
Dnhlln Road from which a cherry tree So Inche
i. rfi.mair. beam at, 34 degree K. C9 link, then
N. 11 X degree E. 17 pole and 10 link to a poet, from
whlchawalnat 13 inche In diameter bean 8. 4ti de
gree B. 8 UnkidUtant, thence N. 37 degree W. II polr
and 31 link to a ton In th lonlh line of Henry Mc-
Oracken'a and; tbenoe b. ix aegree n. poiena
S link to pot In the Dublin Road, 8. B. corner to
aid MoOraeken'a Land; thence 8. 10 degree B. ti pole
end 13 link u a poet, thence 8. 68 degiee Kf pole
and 10 link to th beginning. ,
Excepting from (aid two tracU.Ihe following deacribed
part thereof, heretofore net off to jElltabein AnnKtead,
deacribed a follow: Commencing at the aouth-eaat cor
ner of Michael Walton'a land above mentioned; thence
oath with the Dublin road 8 rode; thence westerly on
a line parallel with the aaid Michael Walton' nnth line
B. 63 deeree 53 minute W. 34 pole; thence N. 17 de-
.na to mlnniei W. 6970-100 pole; thence N. 54 de-
tree B . 7 1 60-100 rod; thence 8.17 degree 30 minute
ut4O5O100 twlee: thence 8. 27 degree E. 30 Su-lUO
pole; thence N. 63 degree 53 minute B. 149 pole to
ihheinninr. oonulnina fortracre. The property te
he anld aa an entire tract, eitlmated at two hundred and
forty acre, and eppraloea at w per acre. , .
Tw m. dp Haim. One third in hand on day of oale.
balance In one and two year from day or a!, with in
U""t ","d r'.IOMI W HUPFMAN,
..April S,180l,-lt-w4ir. , . . .. , lrlff., ,
WHO SHOULD USE
J. BOVEE DODS'
.VKXa-HTTABIiK ' ,
IMPERIAL WINE , BITTERS t
All who are afflicted with Incipient Ooaaomptioa or
Weak Lnng rtould ax them. ' - " '
Ailwhe euffer from Weak Btomaeba, IndlgmUon. Drt-nepamorPlleeahouldatatnem.-
All who uffr from (reMral or NetwoaiDibil
BetlMnea at night. Want of Bleep, xe., (benld aai
UAu'MneBwbe at eenvaletoeat after feeer or other
lekneac ehookl aa them. i . .
Mlnuureof the oopel, Lawyer. Leotaren, and al
Book Beeper, and all perton leading a tedantary If
eboold u them. " . . . , ., . . , , I
The aged and roflrm anonia an inem. '
All wxvo Manlr a atimnlant cr tonlo ahonld uaethem
AU who ere addicted to the ne of ardent plrlt and
vtum .Amal anar Bhenr Was, and of the na
tive nianm and hatha of the country, and ahonld be re-
eommenaea try temperance xvcicina, isra r'V"
Clan, and all friend of humanity.
Th are nrenarad bv an zoerienced and iklllful phy.
akian, and, uidelrom their medicinal propertiea, area
mot delightful beverage) and yet, ae a medicine, are a
Isnocentandharmleeaaethe dew of heaven.
Bold by drnggiata generally. ,
CHABXEJ WIDDU1ELD ft CO., Proprietor,
w TS William at. New YerK.
R0 BEETS tt SAMUEL, Agentsy r
etaodAwly. . , v , . .
Gents' Ljnen',Shirt .pollars, . I ':
Or arfEKlOB qualixk, in uim
BOTE. Btandlog, Byron, Prignay, Renfrew and
ether new ehepeer i Meeatoed Poeaet Handkerchief,. Neck
Tie. Btoeke. Itreel and amlng Ulovea, uau Jien oi
every kind. Coder Garment, and all kind of OenU' Pur
nWuni flood la greet variety and at moderate price.
... Ill J 5 1. . li .t pww, i
lebSt K. W Sonth High Ueet.
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KNAPP 8c COS,
119 South High Street,
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
'. ' . HAVING A CIRCULATION
LARGER BT SEVERAL THOUSANDS
Than any other paper la Ohio, onUld of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Npeedy and Rcmnnera'ire Itctnrne
To thoo who taka advantage ef the.
THE WEEKLY STATESMAN,
DUtribated a it I through every Pott Office in Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whoa patronage ll valuable, and who eeldom ae th
Dally Idltloni of city Journal; and a only
A Limited Number of Advertisements
Are Inter ted in It column, appopriately and
' J " : THlt CAMXOT Van. TO
'" Of ALL I
Advertltlng la th WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
i It advantagon In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which I alnoft certain to follow an axtenilre dlnemla
' atloa ' knowledge of their bailaett
AMONG COUSTBY DEALERS I
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED I0B
The "Weekly Statesman
' ' Should bt handed In before Friday soon.
REOOarxtKlTOKD BT THE UTa
i SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
. war iAjm wtmt mafsf
DR. VALENTINE ZI0TT
The 3mcnrUdged Head of the riufewfiat k
In A neat IHnratla. Tonin. mil Tn . , . tew.
Fluent Extract of the ITAXIAJT VDjrTpxa
BSJOHX. The Pareet and Una Ct, in. v..
. t - j
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES.
INVALUABLE TO THE 8ICk
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGEO.
THE SAFEST AHD KQST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WOMB.
ror Bale, Flnta end Qnarta, try rwr
1.001 OUT FOB 10001
U M UO Nr O INS.
a .. k Vfl 9?" OEWUIWB ABTIOLBj IB
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO., '
. , . Importers, 91 Liberty St.,
. ,,;r,..NKVr VOI&.
Sold la Colnmbui by ' A ' '.
. - " UcKEB at BBSTlEACX,
WhoUaaU and Retail Oreeen, 8tatemaa Ralldinw.
..'!, 0. A. WAGNBrUand other.
, In CtoclnniU, by .gUIRH, ECKSTEIN OO.,
o!20-deodaiyw , . , . , ,, aadethera,
IANOT DHEM III.KS,
, . FANCY DKE88 8ILKB,
FAHOY DRED8 BILKS. '
W are now offering ear toraenee (teek ef Fancy Drea
Bilk at price le Ihaa ever Before offered la thl elty.
The attention of Ui ladle of thl elty and vlclnlxv hi
oiielteei, ae- owr aioea very (elect ana complete In all
iradMol good la thti Uae, PBTKRBAIM,
dotH4. e.M Sonth UlghttrNt.
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fid ' 'ao B ' ''
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b . w 8' .. . O
inI INVITB ATTENTION to torn of the mot ex
traordinary cure by my !.: a
PECTORAL SYRUP. -
Th. are at home, and anv one who ha donbta can In'
quire of the penon who nav been cured by.lt.
Tin' wavflHR. Tg PREPARED AT ANY TIME To
EXAMINE LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGE; I0k ALL
TU08E WHO NEED HIS MEDI01HKB. ,
ATTEND TO YOUR 00I.D8 A eate of five year'
tending oured by DR. KEXBBlt'B fjsoxunaii tiaur
: Pittuub, Jan. 11, 186.
Da. Kama: My wife ha been afflicted with a bad
eongh and diffloalty of breathing, for five or tlx yeara,
which, for leveral year back, had gradually Increaaedln
violence, ine oompiaint naa necn nereaiurry, anu ana
had been treated by aevaral phyalclan without any re
lief. In thl alAte or her oaae, 1 procarea om ot your
Pntnnl Coneh Hvrun. I bouEhL th flnt tim. a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, wblcn cured ner entirely, ana
he has now no trace oi toe lormor qixcom, weep.
neaa. I would alao Hate that I ned th medicine my
air tn a enld and coneh. The medicine cured me by tak
Ing one dot - 1 exprea my enure laiuiacuon vnm me
medicine, and you are at liberty to puoiun tun u you
dealre to do to. , w. nxnouw.
Alderman Fifth Ward.
' . o . n . a
rrrrnDaon, nov. io, iojo.
Da. Kartn: Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicine,, in general, it afford me pleaiur indeecriba
hla tn Mcommand your Peotoral Bvruo. Aa a medicine
it ia well wnrthv the attention of any Hereon who may in
an manner be afflicted with eougha, oold, and hoareeneaa
of an hind, and for the peculiar qoallnoatione for re
moving all that diiagreeable aenaaUon attending a ae-
I have been, more or lea, In my lire, affected with the
eevereat of eolda and hoaraentai. At time my throat
would become ao cloaed a to prevent my peaking above
a whUper, and by taking a few doae ot the above Syrup
it would relieve me entirely. ,
In recommending thl medicine, I mnit nnhealtattngiy
aa that it ia the beat remedy I ever found, purporting lo
cure the above, nor ahonld any family be without thl
remedy for dlaeaae o prevalent.
Your, moat respectfully, . , i
EDWARD J.J0NB8, I
Oaxhler OUiteni' Depoilt Bank.
8Txnr)rviLU.O.. March 14. 18S9
I have rued Dr. Keytar' Cough Syrup for abed cough
of aevtral year Handing, ana can eneenuiiy aay u
the ben medicine for the lame that I hare ever taken.
COL. PRATT AND DR. EBYBER'S FEOTORAL
SYRUP. Da. Kama Dear Sir: Exeoie the delay of
m acknowledaia theexoellence of your Pectoral Couch
8yrupooner. I take great pleaiure in laying that it i
all you aay It I. It knocked the noise out of m txmgK
and the wont one I wa ever afflloted with: 1 nave uot
ued more than one-half of t he bottle, and I can and do
uh that all who are afflicted would lve u a Ulr a trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to aay, "It ia no
ojueck medicine." I would not tuner another ueh an
atiarir for anv coniiderelloo. or at any coat. I am con.
fldent I can breathe more freely than I evi-r did. I ahall
iwaya acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing ao
excellent a remedy, ion are at lioeriy 10 ne my name
In tbil regard, aa yoa think proper, m. J. fttATT,
Meaieoger Common Council, Pittaburgh, Pa,
Plttbnrgh,tlay 11, USB,
N. B I am no atranrer to my fellow-eltlxen. and
who entertain doubt can conrelt me penonaily.
E. F. P.
PrrraactoH, April 84, 18S7.
READ THE TRUTH. Da. Kirxxx: I have a daugh
ter who ha taken aeveral medicine for a bad oough,
without benefit among them Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral.
I purchaaed from yoa a bottle of your PECTORAL
8YRUP, and before ahe had need half a bottle h wa
relieved. The aecond bottle oured her entirely of her
cough. JOHN DARIN,
Robinson I treat, Allegheny.
' PiTTincnoH, December, 31, 1853.
A GREAT CURE BY DR. KBYBBK'B rBOTORAL
SYRUP. I live In Peeble towtuhlp, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and apitttng, which commenced aoont
th 4th of february but, and continued eight month. I
employed the beet phyalclan in th country, and my
cough continued unabated until early in October. At
that time I wa advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH
BYRUP, which I did, and alter 1 naa nuien one Don ie t
wa entirely free from the oonghlng and (pitting. I had
depiredof aver getting well, and I think It ahonld be
known that thl valuable remedy will do for other what
Ithaadonalnmycaae. JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. M. Kaa. . Peebles townhlp.
Pattoh Tr., April II, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURB Bom time ago, an old
nelihborof mine wa very ill. with a bad cough which
every one euppoeed to be consumption. Hi relative
told me that he naa caxen every rcmeuy iney aeara oi
without benefit; hi brother came to tee him die, and all
were confirmed In the belief that heeonld not live. I
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrap,
which I gave him, and it entirely oured him, to the aston
ishment ot all. What aoaxea th can mora remarkable,
1 th extreme age of the man, be being aboutetgbty yean
old. I have no donbt the Pectoral saved hi life.
DR. KEYBER'S PEOTORAL BYRUP IN BLAIRS-
Y1LLB. Please send ma another supply of yoar valu
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody around ns
haa the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Byrup." We have (old sixteen bottlea laat week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A. -Alter and Mr. P. Uahw, both
of Blalravllle, Pa., tell n they would not be without It
In their famllle. In fact, aU who ax it once want It
again. Yonn, reipecuully,
J. 6. WATTER80N a SONS
January 30, I860.
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYSER'S
PEOTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with aoonah
and oold lor aeveral weeks eo bad was tt that I could not
leepi 1 had the advice and prescription from three of
the beitphyaiciana in th city, whom 1 oouia nam, but ao
not do so. i nnaiiy procorea a win oi yoar rector!
Byrup, which cured me entirely. Bignea,
J. W. BIMONTON,
2K Liberty Itreet, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. B, 18C0,
"STOP THAT'iOOUOniNO.'' 'How can I do It?' "Go
to Keywr'ion Wood itreet and get a bottle of hla Cough
Pectoial. and if mat don't core you, your case mint tie
de, perate indeed." lull la aapeclmen of the eolloquy
one heirs almoit every day In cold catching periode of
the year. And we can. Irom actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in the adviser' admonition a above, for we
have tried th "Pectoral." In a moat itubborn oaae. with
entire luoce. Near two week ago we went to Pittsburgh.
with oneol tn moat aiaueaaing, oontrary, muiun, an
uhduable eough w ever ex parte need line onr advtnt
upon thl mundane (nbere. we eougbed teadily and
laboriously for one whole week, in hopes of tiring it out,
but It wax no go. in met it teemes. rawer to have im
proved by practice, and to hare acquired rtrenrth.potan
cy and dietreeeibiiity by th operation. In thia (tag of
the lege, we couched our way to Keyeer', 140 Wood Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "Pectoral;'1 took tt
according to dlmctione, and in forty eight hour we were
meeter of the field, the enemy having neeondltlooelly
aarrendered, altar a brief bat unequal conflict with ao
formidable an adveraary a Keyeer' famous "Cough
Pectoral. vrownemu tapper, inc. j, van. ,
DR. KEYIER'S PECTORAL STRUP Is nrepsrad and
old by br OkOKOB B. KEYBER, 140 Wood ItneL
Sow celaaaba y KOBBHTI a BAHTJEL.
A BUHK CXTTtVl
fie ( sail My
Ira.GIO. H. KSYIIR,
140 Weed St., Flttsbargh, Fa.
ITT S-vM Cefeathaa by EOBIKTS k SAMUEL.
Watches t TJiAinondj 1! BilTer Warn HI
A CHtMCe ASSORTMENT OT OOLD
J. tm4 Bl wiiea, in great varuiy.
I aa A seat tn th Aanieaa Watch On , aad ean
II iam exeeiieat waunet at maaulaetarsra' niU
either Wholesale or Retail.
Cease and ehooee frnea my beautiful dUrpUty of Dla
oevte ud ether rich Jew.lry. Btyle sew prices low.
Aa to Silver Wars of sterling Quality. I can how new
yeiwre, very nanasom.
liver Plated Ware, Te Sell, Urns, Walters, Castors,
Baskets, Pitcher. Goblets. Knives. Pork. Boo on., am.
Tbca I bar a npply of fine Tabl Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Baaore, Ae., and many Fancy Goods anch ae
are aeairea tor present at men pnees as are an Induce
ment i in purcrjaarr. - . ea. atrag, i
, no, lu Hucksye Block,'
isr21 North aid Stale Uouss squar. '
GOLDEN IIII-L SHIRTS, , :
OOLDKN HILL BHIRTS, - " " 1 .J
OOLDBN BILL SHIRTS. f . ,
Tha pat tern cf thee lliirta are niw. The Bodies. TcAaa.
sleeves and bosoms sn formed to fit th person with ease
and comfort. The mark upon eseh one designating the
else nay be relied ea a being correct, and each ablrt i
guaranteed well mad. A full alack of all Dualities
constantly for (ale at BAIN'B,
now. He. OT Bonth High (treet.
TELLA SUA WLII TIT ELLA
BUAWLSI I In all dMlrabl colon, and at varv
great bargain. BAIN At SON,, ,
aprlia . . . No. BV South High atreet.'
" ' " 11 I 1
REPELLANT OH WATflUPHOhp
CLOAK OLOTIISr . Also, other makes of fWlnr
Oloak Cloths, la all deslrabl mixtures limdinr.. Tag.
NU and Button to match. " 1 BAIN At BOst.1
aprliS Ho. W South UlghiU
By th as of thsse Pills the periodlo sttaeki of Xer-
tout or Sick EtadocXe may b prevented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from
painendslckn wlllbaobtalned. . : i m,
They seldom fall In removing th Haueea and ,
ocA to which femalei are ao rahjeot. -
They aet gently apea th bowel removing Cottit
XM. ' f ' ..
For Literary Men, Student, : Delicate Female
and aU persona of ssttfHfcny AaWf, they are valua
U a .bxixiMe, Improving the appetite, giving ton
tiger to the digestive organs, and restoring the natur
elasticity and strength of th whole system.
THE CEPHALIC PILLS r the result of long tare
Ugatlon and carefully conducted experiment, having
been In ue many year, during which Uma they have
prevented and relieved a rut amount of pain and suffer
ing from Headacher whether originating in thenereott
system or from a deranged state of the stoma ca.
Thev are entirely vegetable in their composition, aa
may be taken at ell time with perfect safety without
nvaklni any change of diet, ' and th abtenot of any
ditaareeabl tatt render U eary to adminitter them
ehUdren. -,.r.. ; '
The genuine have five ilgnaturee of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box,
- Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers In Medicines
A Box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt ef the
AU order should be addressed to - 1
. UENKY C. SPALDING,
48 Cedar Street, New York
THE FOLLOWING INDORSEMENTS OP
WILL CONYINOB ALL WHO SUFFER FEOM
SPEEDY AND SURE CUBE
1 IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. ,
At thete Teetimontat were unMlieited fry M. SrtLD
we, (Aay afford unquettiUmable proof of tni tjn
cooy of tM4 truly ecienHfle ditcovery. ,
MxeoKvnxa, Coaa , Feb. 5, 1BG1.
kfa. EraLDiaa. . .
I have tried your Cephalic Pill, and I tike them to
well that I want yoa to ena me two aouars wurm uor-
rart of the are ror ine neignoora, to wnom x gar
few out of the flnt box I got from yoa.
Send th Pills by mail, and oblige
Your ob t Servant,
HavnroRD, Fa., Feb. 8, IflCl.
' I with yoa to send ma one more box of your Cephalic
Pills, 1 Kaoe recetoea a great aeon of oenejujrom uiem,
MARY ANN 8TOIKHOU8B
Innnflinr. TfnamMOTOe Co.. Pa., i t
January 18. 1861.
B. 0. Sratntaa. '
Yoa will pleue send me two boxes cf yoar Cephalic
PHI. Bend them immediately.
Reepectfully yours, -
JNO. B. BIM0N8.
' P. 8. I hat uted on bote of your Fiile, and find
BiixaYnuioK, Omo, Jan. 15, 1601.
HawarO. SraunM, Bsoj.
Plesse find enclosed twenty -Ave cents, for which send
me another box of yoar Cephalic Pills. They or truly
We beet PiUt I have ever tried.
Direct ....... : A. STOVER, P. M.,
. Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0.
BimtLT, Max., Dec, 11, I860.
H.O. SrxLnmo, Eaq.
I with for some eircnlars or large (how bill to bring
yoarOopballe Pill mora particularly before mycuito-
men. if yoa have anything of the kind, please eend to
One of my enitomera, who I rabjest to (ever Sick
Headache, (uiually luting twe dayi,) teat cured of an
auact) eat one Dour oy your run, wnicn i sent ner.
RnaoiMBoas, Faawaxm Co., Omo,)
January , lbfll.
Haaar 0. Srauiaa,
No. 48 Osdsr St., N. T.
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (25,) for which send
pox of "uepnaiie ruis." cena to addreii or Key. Wm,
0. Filler, Beynoldiburg, franklin Co., Ohio.
Your Put work lit a charm our Headache al'
WM, 0, FILLER.
Yntuurn, Mien., Jan. tt, 1861.
Net long since I ssnt to yon for a box of Cephalic Pills
for th cur of the Ncrvcu Headache and Oostiveness,
and received the aame, and they had to good an effect
inauvattnaueea to tenajor more,
Pleue send by return mail. Direct to
. A. R. WHEELER,
' Ypillanti, Mich
. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. .
Cephallo Pill accomplish the object for which they
weremaae, vra.1 unre oi neaaacne man lis lorms. ;
From th Examiner, Norfolk, Va. ? ' '
They have been tested in more than a thousand cases
with entire sncosss. .
From the Democrat, Bt. Clond, Minn.
If yoa are. or have been, troubled with the headach
tend for a box, (Cephallo Pills,) so that yoa may have
ueataoaaaol anattaoa. . ,...
From the Advertiser, Providence, B. I. i
The Cephalic Pills are aaid to be a remarkably effeotlve
remedy for the neaaacne, ana one oi the very beit for
that very frequent eomplslnt.whieh has aver been die
eo re red.
From the Western B. B. Gaxette, Chicago, III.
We heartily endorse Mr. Bpauldlng, and hit unrivaled
' f rota th Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Va.
We are ear that person suffering with th headache
wno try mem, wiu suck to men.
From the Southern Path Finder, New Orleans, La,
Try them I yea that are afflicted, and we are sore that
yonr teetkaenyeaa be added to the already numerous
list that has received benents tftatn other medicine can
From tha Bt Louis Democrat.
Th tremens demand for tha article (Oenhalle Pills
la rapidly increasing. ' .
From thsGasetta, Davenport. Iowa, r '
Mr. Spaldlnc would not connect hla nam with an ae-
ne ia ne nm not tnme to possess real merit,
JX-A angle bottle of SPALDINQ'S PREPARED
H1.UB wiu v ma times its eost annually .
. SPALDING PREPARED GLUE i
SPALDINQ'S PREPARED OLUE '
, SPALDINQ'S PREPARED GLUE I
BAY! THE FIEOESI - ' - ' "
100NOMTI ., . ; - DI8PATCHI i
1 1 , Stjtcb ia Tikti Siva Nii.'bCII ! . .
At accident will happen, even In well rerouted fam
llle, It I very desirable to hare aom cheap and ion
venient Way for repairing Furniture, Toy, Ofooksry,
" SPALDINQ'S PREPARED GLUE . " '
meets all such emergencies, snd no housshold can afford
tobewHhoatlt. It is always ready, and opto the lUck
S point. - - "i;.-- i '!
i '. ii "UtUtlUli at, avast xxvupa. ',. ;j - j .
9. B.-A Brush eceeapaalai aaoht bottle. . , ,
tent, i Addree ... .
HENRY O. BPAIiDINQ, , -
Wo. 48, Cedar Street, New York.
As certain nnprindpled penon art attempting to
lira eff en the nnmipeetlng pablie. Imitations of my
rttUPARKD SLUB, I would caution all persona to ex-
iln betnr purchxalng, and aee that trie mil nra,
" ' jLrafAiiBiwa'B iKapAB.isuiJi"..j n
la tli ou laid wrap perl aU others are .niuuuugeo
11" ..- -. I ' a , i ' :
WW jl.. A n.-.a. IsmJ A I . t '- '
T V 11 QIW UN BUWa, ,H wv.r, J
CSr CURE W
MR. KENNEDY, OF HOXBCBTl
haa diaeovered In on of onr common paiture weed
a remedy that enrea
Every Kind of Humor.
' FROM -
Tha worst Sorofula down to a eommoa rimplo.
Be has tried It in ever alm hnodred eaaes. and nev
r failed exoept in two eaaea, (both thunder humor.) He
baa now in bla poueaalon over one hundred certificate of
lis vaiue, an wiuin twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to ear a nnnlng sort
One to three bottle will cure the want kind nf Plranle
en th face.
, Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to core tha wont i.nk In
thl month or stomach.
Three to five bottlea are warranted to mn th. vntat
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to sure all burner!
- Two bottle are warranted to cure running o th ear
ud blotches among tha hair.
sour to six noties are warranted to cure oorrnpt and
une bottle will cure scaly eruption or the skin.
Two or three boitles are warranted to cure tha want
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure th most
desperate case of rheumatlim.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure salt-Rheum.
Five to eight bottle will ear the wont esse of scro
- A benefit Is always experienced from th flnt bottle,
s perfect cure Is warranted when th above quantity I
. BOXBUBY, MABS.
Daaa Mtoaxt: The reputation of the Medical Dlt
oovery, in curing all kind of humor, la to wall eatab-
liihed by the unanimous voice of all who bar ever nied
It, that I need not aay anything on th subjeot, as the
most skillful physicians and the most careful Drugglit In
the country are unanlmoui In It pralx.
In presenting the Medical Dleoovery to your notice, 1
do It with a full knowledge of its curative power, In re
lieving all, and curing moat of thote diseases to which
yon are unfortunately ao liable. That meet excruciating
dlaeaae to an affectionate mother, ,
NUKMING SOKE MOUTH,
Is cured as If by a miracle; your own temper Is restored
to Ita natural iweetneai, and your babe from abort and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumben; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to yonr husband
In the more advanced arages nf
which Is nothing bnt canker on tha stomach; then to th
intestines and . ...
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference va
to the care of your family.
Your stomach i
HAW AND INFLAMED,
yoar food distresses you, and yoa can only take certain
kinds, and even ot that your system does not get half
the nourishment It contains, as the acrimonous fluid of
the canker eats it op; then yonr complexion loses Its
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and yoar best
day it gone. For want of nourishment your system be
comes loose and flabby, and the fibres of yonr body be
come relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which tha
Med leal Ditcovery Is peculiarly adapted to
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the side, weakness o
the iplne and email of tha back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, irregularity of the bowels, and also,
that moit excruciating of dlaeaae. tha , .
' How many thousand of poor women are luffering from
thl disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish to
impress on your mind that good old proverb, "An onnot
of prevention I better than a pound of cure," In the
you have both the preventative and the core, with thl
great and good quality, that It will never, under any
circumstances, do you any injury.
THE MEDICAL. DISCOVERY
Is eepecltly Intended for diseases of th blood, bnt tine
It Introduction In th Western States, It la foand to b
thatwas everbefore the public
No chang of diet ever necessary eat the best yoa ess
end get enongh of It.
DiRxonoai roa nta Adulta on tabl ipoontal per
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight yean, tea spoonful. . Aa no direction
can be applicable to all consitutions, take sufficient to
operate on the bowel twice a day.
Prloe $1.00 per bottls. For y every drugglit in
the United Blateo. tepSl-dAwlr.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economioai
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To It original color without dyeing, and p raven tlsg
Uair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, '
And ourlng tt, when there I tha leant particle ot vitall
. or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
Andalloataneoussffecttons of th Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an nneqaled gloss and brilliancy, mtklng
It soft and silky in its texture, and oaustng It to curt
The great celebrity and increasing demand for this aa
equaled preparation, eonvlnoea the proprietor that ona
trial is only necessary lo satisfy a discerning public of ita
opariorquallliee over sny other preparation in asa. It
eieanses the head and scalp from dandruff and ether
cutaneous disease, canting th hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, aoft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
alao, where the hair 1 loosening and thinning, it will glvs
strength snd vigor to the roots and restore lbs growth to
bos parts which have become bald, earning it to yield a
reih ooverlng of hair.
There are hundreds of ladles and gestlemen in New.
York who have bad Ihelr hair reatored by the nee of thl
Invigontor, when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has in his possession letters innumerable testifying
to the above facta, from persona of the highest redsec la
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of life; and In esses where'the hair
haa already changed ita color, the use of th Invigontor
will with certainty reitore It to It to its original hu, giv
ing it a dark, glossy appearance. A a perfume for the
toilet and a llalr Realoratlve it I particularly recom
mended, having aa agreeable fragrance ; and the gnat fa
cilities ttafforda in dressing the hair, which, whea moist
with the Invigontor, can be dressed In sny required
form so ss to preserve it plane, whether plalnjor in eurls:
hence the great demand for it by the ladle as a atandard
toilatarllcle which nont ought to be without, the price
place It within th reach of all, being . i j. :
Only Twenty-Fiv Cents
per bottle, too bad at all respectable Druggists and
L. MILLER would call the attention of Parents and
Onardlsnsto the use of bis Invigontor, In 'esse where
the children's hair Indices to be week. The ne of It
lay the foundation foraooodAead of hair, a It re
move any impurities that may have become connected
with the scalp, th removal of which I necessary both
for the health of the child, and the future 'appearance of
It Hair. V
Oanrtoa. Non genuine without th fao-itmtls LOUTS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LER'S HAIR UVIG0RA10K, M. X., blowa In tha
Who ! Depot, 58 Dey (treet, and sold by all th
principal Merchants and Druggist throughout th world
Liberal discount to purchaser by th quantity. , . ,
I alw desire to pnsent to tha American FubUa my
FEW AKO IMPROVES miAOTAVXOUS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,:
which, after yeara of tctentlfis experimenting, I hsve
brouiht to perfection. It dies Black or Brown Initantly
wlthonttojury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the beet
article of the kind In exiatanoe.
. ' PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS. . . : ,
Depot, i 56 Dey Si, New i York.
O0t88:dJtwly.' , , , . ,. wV. ,!
ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'ij.
HEMMED STITCHES) LINEN HAND
kerchiefs, veiywlde hems.
' Embroidered i.lnen xianut a ail price. : ., ' ,
liemmed Slltchedand plain do, do.
do - ' do : I colored bordorg. :' "'
Mourning do . black bo rdsre
do do new style croMltttchai.
'"Fine Apple do '' ' new pattern!.
Mlisei' Plstn and Hemmed Btltobsd do all price.
Comprising th most teleot assortment In the city afid
at loweat price. ' -BAINB0N,
leaa . , , . ., - no. xv poatn iiiga shwi.
,. .. .. .. i v.- K
ovlUelnHokXieana Bratri.. ...-!
" Byron nd Garrot Oollan.
m Bmbroid.red Pocket Handksrchlsfs.
Paris Kid Gloves, superior make. , , ; ( ,
Golden Hill BhlrU, various styles.
Boys' Go Wen Hill Bhirls, do . "'-
Driving and Street Gloves, do , ,
Hemmed Pocket lltndkerehlefs. tartoas style
lialf Hose and Undi, BK
apiIU ' ' '' We. EO South High itreet.
MINK MUrFSi TIOTOltir." buwusb we
now S.Mh,g at very low prices, lr .11 ether kind.
Wa-M Sonth High st.
I. ). i . 'e"s?a
a A l.'l' t-'.H K. c s sssaavjaae a.j. '- -
M,,JAtaiallU. for Ladle.; !, nlsees'Mltti
B great variety
OF THE AGE