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fUST RECEIVED BY
-to a: gill,
Ho. 30 North High Street,
On of th Urgeit and But llMtd Attwt
' ; - OF
EVER OFFERED IN THIS OITTI
House Builders', Furnishing
Or KVIBT STYLE AND QUALITY.
. french A American
Window CUnsa !
PAINTS GROUND IN OIL,
tod pat ap lo ball poind can (or temtly us, and Dry
': Faint In bulk.
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment or
AXES GRINDSTONES, Ste.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac
ROPE & CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Incite the attention of ell Interested lo say
itock of Pooketand Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED F0BK9,
m T- I T . .1 r1 CnAAn.
J. a Die, iJt'BCIt, nuu xva ojiwwub)
Butter Knives, &c,
of rtOGBRRo A BEO'8. Manufacture, warranted to be
xtraheavy. Electro-Plated, on genuine Albetta.
Country Merchante, Mechanics, end o there, ere Invited
to call end examine my Stock, aalam prepared to Mil
Wholesale nd Retail. Wltl. A. GILL.
Columbus. Ohio. May 8, 1860.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
23 & 25 PASS PLACE,
20 & 22 MURRAY STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
We ere opening, at our ample wareroome. at the abore
nimbera, atocke of Ooodi In each of the lix departments
of our basioew. euperlor to anything we hare heretofore
ethitiiied to the tnule.
Thii hae grown to Ita present magnitude nnder the
.i .k nt im. nt Inns avnArience and
'o-enowledgrd good teste. We keep extensive lines of
ine nnesl ana cnoiceei
To be found In the market, all eelected with the nicest
diecrunicaUon. Also, all grades, colore and varieties of;
VARMERS' and MERCHANTS' CA8SIMERI8,
KENTUCKY JEANS, from 9X to 12) eenti per yard
TWEEDS, 12X to 15 cent! per yard last year sold a
18 to SO;
PRINTED BATINBTS, at 14 cents;
And other Ooodi eorre$pondinglf Lou.
Manchester De talnes,
Bom nasi nee,
And tht Nat Select Slyl of
FANCY SPRING COODS.
Merrimae Print,' Richmond's Prints,
Cocheoo do. . American do.
PaclSe do. Dunnell's do.
("Prague's do. English do.
Manchester, Ac. Prints, Ac.
Laurence O. dbeetlnga, Atlantic A. Meetings,
Btarfc do. Amoskeeg do.
I.athrop do. Appleton do.
Shawaut do. Everett do.
Pocasset do. Utica, o., do.
AU Oradti and Widthi.
BLEACHED SniRTINGS AND SHEITINGS.
Wansntta, Dwlght, Lawrence),
Lonsdale, Great Falls, Nanmkeag,
Hill, Waltham, Boott,
New York Mills, 4to.,Ae.
A LAKGE AND f ILICT AflBOETMIIfT.
COTTON ADEB a great variety.
TICKINGS H the leading brands.
DENIMS do. do.
8HIRTIN3 SIEIPES-all the leading brands.
HANKBBNI do. do.
C0B8KT JEANS do. do.
MOREENS dj. do.
DAMASKS, PAPER CAMBRI0B, COLORED CAM
. . VEIC8, fco., dco.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
And e great variety of joods not enumerated all of
which we pledge ourselves to sell at the iotoeet market
prion the larger porUon at from 10 te 30 per sent, lest
than last year.
LATflROP, LUDINGTON & CO,
JUST RECEIVED- "
SO easea Isallan Oil, Barton fc Co., for table as.
a ii ..nk Hn.t.iJ faMt. hftnjlf
ft " Boned Sardines, the BEBT Sardines lmp'td
e uapnrv aiiii vii.vv.
6 " Sable Baaree "Lea ir. Perrln s Woreester
ehlre," "Soyer's Bultana," "Joha Bull,"
10 Walnut and Tomato Catsup.
75 dos. Orse a Blackwall'l celebrated English
' Plekles, consisting of "Cauliflower," "PW
ealill," Chow-chow," Walnut," On
ion," "Cabbage,, "Beans," "Gherk's"
' ' M'x Pickles.
(0 " London Porter.
1UO Campbell's celebrated Scotch Ala.
6 eases Ginger Preserve. .
t boxee Iulian Maoeronl.and Vermaellla.
gross Oox's Gelatine.
Oolemao's celebrated English Mustard, la kegs, boxes,
nns and bott'.es.' . '
Ma7 WM. McDONALD. .
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'T
Connecllni at OreeUlne with the PITTSBURGH, IT.
- WAYNE fc CBICAUU smusavaw . .
Tar J,.j&rv4, Philadelphia and BatUmor. Alto
for Fort Wayn and Chicago.
Connecting at Clevelsnd with the LAKE SHORE BAIL
Far Dunkirk, "?'''' vA'bkany'
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
flninmhoe. In connection with Train! on the
LITTLE IMAIM AND COLTJWBU
AN 1 A.irB.a
' IIBST TEAIN.
umnM nTbovDa t nninmhna at 3.40 A M I
will leave pa-enger. .tall
"P . ""L. O ereland
et 9:41 A. Mm
phi 5:10 A. M. Chicago via OreeUlne at 8-itO P. kl.
NEW YORK EXPRE9S Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. m. W it etop at lawis uenire,
Gallon, CrestlloS, Bhelby, New London, Wellington end
Ofwn, arrive at Cleveland at 3:25 p. m.; Dunkirk,
0:00 p.'m.; Buffalo, 10:25 p m.i Albany, 8 5a. m.
2(a Or..tilne.8:SOp. m.; Philadelphia, 10 a. m.. Con
neotaat Shelby for all polnte on Sandusky, Mansfield A
Newerk B. R., north of Shelby.
u.tT ty .rtnr.uMr.T.aTTntf Leaves Columbus
at 3:'.0 p. m. Will etop at all iletlone South of Bhelby,
and at Hew J-onoon, oceeur, J? ITZ'
ana Bere.; arrive at Cleveland at 9:10 p. m.; Dunkirk,
Y'ork.':3b'p. m.i Boston. 11:45 p m.i PltUborgb.efa
OreeUlne. el xiwa. m.; rnu.ui.uM - " J-.; i
neeli at Shelby for au poinn on ouuuj,
Patent Sleeping: Can are run on all
NijUt Trains to cnioa,jo, new
York and Boston.
Bagaag Checked Through lo Xea Tori and Bottm
via vctreiana; am, w x-iMu.i.
JV'eu 1'orieio Oefei.
Night Kxpreie arrlree at Columbui t...U:45 P. M.
Cincinnati Kxpreee " " " .Y 5 if
Accommodation, " " u :lu
Fare a Lew a by any ether Rente.
Atk for Tichttvia Cfttlliiuor CUvtland.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
. Columbue, Ohio.
Columbui, April 15, 1851.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
Between Columbus & Wheeling,
BELLAIRE AND WHEELING
WITH TIIE .
BALTIMORE & OHIO Re Re,
Bellaire and Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania Central R E.,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Bilttmore,
WBBhiogton City, Pittsburgh, nd
all Eastern Cities.
NO. 1 EXPRESS
r n.t i 1 On . W , ..nna .11 flt.tinn I Mlt
brave, vioiumou. m w . .in.
of Newark when signalled. Arrives at Newark at 4:o A.
M., Zanesville at 0.00 A. M., Bellaire at 10:20 A. M.,
connecting with tbe Baltimore t Ohio R. B., and via
rittstmrgh witn rennsyivania . m
NO. 2 EXPBESS
Leaves Colombus at 11:18 A. M.; stops at all etatlons
when signalled. Arrives at Newark at 12:4a A. M.,
Zanesville at a04 P. M.; Bellaire at 6:10 P. M. con
necting with the BalUmore Jr. Ohio R. E. for all eastern
NO. 3 EXPRESS
Leaves Oolumbus at 3:10 P. M.; stops at all sUtlonswhen
, . . . , - -. I. 4-111 P. If - 7.1PM.1 11.
Slgnaneu. amo...s' - . " ,
at 5:40 P. M.. BelUIre at :45 P. M., connecting via
Pittsburgh with the Pennsylvania R. B. for all eastern
This Route offers the ADVANTAGE of a Throogh
Ticket and Baggage Check to WASHINGTON CITY,
and alio gives he Passenger tbe privilege of Ttaltlng
BAivriMoaa, Philadelphia and nkvY-york, at
tbe cost of a New York Ticket alone; or the privilege of
visiting all of the principal SB ABOARD CITIES at the
cost ol a BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Bontee.
Through Tickets to NEW-YORK can be procured via
WASHINGTON CITY, at an additional expense ot U.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
As on other Bootes.
Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains,
ASK I0B TICKETS VIA '
Celnmbne and Bellaire er Wneellnc.
JN0. W. BROWN,
Apr. 15. . - . Gen. TicUt Agent.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
CREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
mTRiniKATEV AT WASHINGTON
.Land BalUmore on the East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkerabarg on the West, at which place It nnlles
with Railroads, Steamers, Ac, for and from all points
Welti South-Treat and Nortn-tweat-
THREE TRAIS3 DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
This the only root to Washington City.
Pasaennrsh this route can visit Baltimore, Phila
delphia. New York and Boston, at the cost of a ticket to
Boston alone by other lines.
Through tickets to the Eastern cities can be procured
via Washington Vlty at an auuuionai onargv vt iwv uui
Lars. a. imm c.ii iwirm to iU Niosrr Tnarnt. "
7imsos quick and faro a low at tia any other
Inquire for tickets via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
any or tne principal nauroaa omce. in um n mi,
. n SULLIVAN. Gen'l Western Agent,
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent,
w. P. SMITH. Maater Transportation.
ootSt-tf. UiLTinoai, MJ
nRN man o-n in New York . drive direct to the
BROADWAY, CORNER Of HOUSTON BTEBT
Conducted on the
Good fare, Good Rooms, Prompt Attendance, and Mod
SINGLE BOOMS SO CT8. 75 CTS. and 1 PER DAY
DOUBLE BOOMS and PARLORS 1,60 to 3,
Meals as ordered. This Hotel has all the appointments
of the best hotels, a most central location, and is nee tea
throughout by steam. - BAatusiL ej. miau,
J0HB E WHZSLER, '
A CENT FOB HOME, CONTINENTAL,
MuraaTTaR. Bscrarrv. and lavmsi rial lira, vo.'
New Yoaa; Msaciuirra' and Crrr Iiae o? Hani-roan
New Yoaa Linand Corns. Mutoij. Lira.
Office SI Hif b 8t.t SaTiree HI
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
PLAIN AND EIHBROIDEKEI, nova
OI1ITAIRB and resuUr shape Block Kid Gloves,
embroidered In white, magenta, purple. Ac. Undressed-
Kid Gloves. Misses Kid Gloves. A complete assortment
these celebrated Qloves always for sale by
- BAIN BON,
febSf No. 89 South High street,
Copartnership. ; , ,
HAVE Tlllft DAT ADMITTED Hit
son JAMES ADOER BAIN as partner In my busi
ness, which will hereafter be conducted under th firm
Bain a Bon. P. BAIN, SO Soulh High St.
Columbus. Feb 13. 1801, . - .,.,. febU '
i4s 54e ii-4. avniisi ana itea ana
White Checked of superior qnsiuy. Tor sale by
..... -i , pain m eon,
mhlJ - No. S(S South High st,
MALTESE At THI1E A D LA CF PUTTS
of elegant qualities for Ladies; also, Mlsme Mitts
great vanery " 1 VMMV m. ..
Nos. S6, 58 & 40, North High St,
INCREASED FACILITIES I
HAVING MOVED INTO MY;
1 HAVE -
... MX .
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENTI
WB3LE BOTH HAVE BEEN
.-,,:-: . WITH '
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
IR0M THE CELEBRATED FOUNDRY Of
C. T. WHITE ft CO., NEW YORK,
, THUS MAKING IT TH!
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
I am bow preparad to ZxmhU aU Orderi for
BOOK AND JOB
And in tht Voat Approved Style of tht Art
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AP RAILROAD
Bill of Lading, Circulars,
Dill Heads, lllanka, Deeda,
Dray Ticket, Hegiatera,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
Illustrated Show Bills,
FOB COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Ihow Bill, Hand Bllli, label, Concert Pro
gramme, School and Collevt Scheme, Ho.
ttl Bllli of Fart, Invitation, o.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Cataloguee,
- If itceUantoiii Pamphlet,
ConjfJtntion, Ke porta, Brief , M
Printing in. Gold and Colors
Printed lie Every Color oa a . .
Mammoth Hoe Cylinder,
Tht only Pre tf tht kind in Central Ohio.
Mr facilities for doing any and all of th above descrip
tions of work, r now ansurpassed, and satisfaction will
be guaranteed In all ease.
iryAll work furnished promptly by the time promised.
, RICHARD NEVINS. .
i STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 GKvvnne Block.
A. P.' sfo5F& O'HARRA '.
AK ENOW DECEIVING THEIK WIN
TER GOODaVnd invite the public to Inspect
them. No such stack of Goods has ever been brought so
this market. The South, in oonsequence of the failure
of the grain crop. Jaws not been able to purchase the na
tal quantity of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
Importers to sell fbem at publle auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at theee Urge sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
bare, at less than any one who purchased two weeks sinos,
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is complete in
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILKS,
, OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS, "
! PRINTED MERINOS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES.
I . . POPLINS, PRINTS,
' . DELAINES
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth .
Bought in One Day,
At ane ball tbe Ceat ef Inapeitatlen
In all Variance, at tbe Celebrated
Efaaafatnre af C. . Gnn
tbere it Ben.
: HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men's, Ladle sad Children's Under Shirts and Drawers:
Ladies, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make.
A complete assortment of all the usual vri
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambria Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &c.
- T persons who call on as, w pledge our words lo
show them the largest, beet and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen in uii mariet, or pay mam on dollar per
oour wnue loosing.
decl-dljStawltw. ' STONE A 0'IIARRA,
Wholesale and Uetall. Dealer in
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
No. SS IHflh Street,-
PIT 8 BURGH, Pa.
Keep onitantly on band all tbe ra
Hon BUANAia af ,
WM, KNABE & CO..
AT TIIEIB NEW l,E--
t. BOOM, SO. 1W MALTlMUhS tT.
NOS. l,,i and7N.BUTAW ST
Offer for sale their celebrated ,
Being hlihly recommended by the Brst Frofeesors ani
Musical Amateurs of th country, and
f WARRANTED fOR
... , rrvB TEARS.
Th most failldlous enstoasr aay rely upon belne
pleased In every respect.. .
Term naeraiv - wm. aniisavv,
SELTZER A WEBSTER, Agents, - '
st;lyww.' .' r1.: - Columns Ohio.' 1
REPELLANT OK , WlTEH-PHOOf
CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other auks of Bprlac
Cloak Cloths, In all desirable mixtures Rindlirs,f st
asis and Buttons to match. " RAIN A SON,,:,
. . i . . 1 mrA m ...iL n , -. ,.
, He. 18 Sou High strsr ,ts.
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KNAPP & CO.'S,
119 South High Street,
THE REVISED STATUTES
Of IDE '
STAT3D OF OTTTO
Jf A GENERAL NATURE, IN fOROE AUG. 1, 1800.
Hon. Joseph XL Swan,
WITBKOTJS Of TBS DX0ISI0S3 OT TBKEU-
Obtained In hrenty-nio volume of tbe Ohio and Ohio
' " Stat Report.)
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Law Publisher. Booksellers; Stationer and Importer,
Mo. so west your in street,
feb18:dSo:l Cincinnati 0.
Canadian ft untied states kail
to and mora
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' nrst-clsss
fail-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Hat'
relar from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
United B tales mail ana passengers,
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERI0AN,
' NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
Sbarteat, Cbeaaeet aadQnlckeetCen
weyanca iraua .
AMERICA TO ALL PARTI 01 ZUR0PI.
Hates or 3?n sewage to Europe,
930, S60, 80.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL erery Wednesday
and from QCEBB0 every Batarday, sailing at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
mTbeoo Steamer are built of Iron, In wator tlght
oompanmenis, carry eacn au experienced nargeon, and
every attention I paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of paasensers. A thev proceed direct to LONDON.
DEBY, the gieat risk and daisy of oalllng at Bt. John'
Glasgow passenger r furnished with ran raastg
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rate.
Certificates Issued for oarrying to and bringing out pas
senger, from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of teamen, and
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of SAILING PAOSLBTS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
aisrbt Drafte far 'landnavrardepaw.
ist v,awneiiriasiai C(t-
land ar Wale.
forpesMge, tpnty at th OOeo. 83 RROAD.
WAV. New Varlc. and IB WlTER sr..
, IABEI k KBaSXI, Snral JfenU,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
BolO-lydAw BtataemaaOfflo. Columbus, Ohio.
RUTH PAPEB COLLARS) AND
iec a see.
Ilandsom ani Konoaloal. Also,
BAIN A SON.
aprtv " . - - ' No. It tenth lilgh street.
TETA If TJs D. A GEN T TO SELL
Mokaire of STATIONERY and JIWII.RT. .1
prlcw eoe-thlrd lee than eu be purehased elsewhere
Call oa er address (stamp enceoesdld. L. BAILEY, Ner
uonn su, neewa, etasi. rjj; ,i , w
' iiJW.'-'I t. a .-." 'J
TTTI INVITE ATTENTION to som of th most x-
traordlnary cures by my
The are at home, and any one who ha doubts can In
quire of the person who havs been cured by .it .
DR. KEYBBR IS PREPARED AT ANY TIME Tp
EXAM1NH LUNGS WITHOUT ClIARGKj FOR ALL
THOSE WHO NEED HIB A1ED1U1MKB.
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A ease of Ave years'
tending cured by DR. KEYBBtt'B Jfjauiutiai. einur,
PiTTseoasn, Jan. 11, i860.
' Da. EiTsxa : My wife has been afflicted with a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for five or six years,
which, for several years back, had gradually Increased In
violence. She complaint has been hereditary, and slis
had been treated by several physician without any re
lief. In this state of ber case, I procured come of your
Pectoral Cough Byrup. I bought, th first time, a fifty
oent bottle, which relieved ber very much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
an nas now no trace oi woionuer qirwi vxocp. ,w
ness. I wonld also state that I nsed the medicine my
irtaaenldindeonirh. The medicine cured me by tak
lug one dose I express my entire satisfaction with tbe
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this If you
desire to do so, wm. niunun,
Alderman fifth Ward,
- riTTsauaoH, no v. so, iojo.
Da. KiTstm : Although not an advocate of Patent
Medicines, In general, It aflords me pleasure inoescnna
hie to recommend Tour Peotoral Byrup. As a medicine
It Is well worthy the attention of any person who may In
any manner be afflicted with ooughs, colds and hoarseness
of sny Bind, and lor toe peculiar quauueauon. ior re
moving au tnat disagreeaoie sensation aiwnuing sv-
I have been, more or less. In my life, affected with th
overeat of colds and hoarseness. At time my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of th abov Byrup
It would rellev me entirely .
In recommending thi medicine, I must unhesitatingly
say 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,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Oltlsens' Deposit Bank.
BTiuirxviiAi. 0.. March H. 1P5S
I have nsed Dr. Kevser's Cough Byrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully aay It I
the best medicine for the ism mat i nav ever men.
. J. W. PRICE.
COL. PRATT AND DR. REISER'S PEOTORAL
BYRUP Da. Kniza Dear Sir: Excuse th delay of
mv acknowledaing the excellent) of you Pectoral Cough
Byrup sooner. I take great pleasure In saying that It Is
all you say It is. - cnocxea IA4 noM ovm o my cvwyi
and the worst on I was ever afflicted with: I have not
used mora than one-half of th bottle, and I can and do
vl.h that all who are afflicted would live It as lair trial
a I have done, and they will he proud to say, "It Is no
quack medicine." 1 would not suner anoiuer men an
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fidant I can breathe more freely than I evi-r did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy, yon are at noeny so nse my name
In this regard, as yon think proper, v. r. PRATT,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Fa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 185H.
N. B 1 am no stranger to my fellow-cltlsens. and
who entertain doubt can coniu It me personally.
Jf. I . P-
PimsosoB, April 24,1857,
READ THE TRUTH. Da. Knssa: X have a daugh
ter who baa taken several medicine for a bad cough,
without benefit among them Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from yon a bottle of your PECTORAL
BYRUP, and before she hsd nsed half a bottle she was
relieved. Th second bottle cured ber entirely of her
cough. JOHN PAH1H,
Robineon street, Allegheny.
PiTTnerjggH, December, 31, 1853.
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KEYSER'B TEOTORAL
BYRUP. I live in Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had coughing and spitting, which commenced aoout
th 4th of February but, and continued eight months, I
emnloved th best physician in th country, and my
sough continued unabated until early In October. At
that time I was advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH
BYRUP, which 1 did, ana alter i naa ucen on nouis i
eras entirelv free from th coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever gettiog well, and I think It should be
known tnat tnt vaiuaois remeay win ao ior ouicra wuu
It has don In my case . JOHN 0 . LITTLE,
Witness B. M. Kxaa. Feeble townhlp.
Pattox Tr., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURE. Som Um ago, an old
nelthborof mine was very 111. with a bad cough which
very one supposed to be consumption. Hut relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they beard of
without benefit; his brother came to see ntm die. and all
were confirmed In the belief that he oould not live. 1
had about the third of a bottle ol your Pectoral Byrup,
which I gave him, and It entirely cured him, to tne aston
ishment of all. What makes the ess more remarkable,
Is the extreme age of the man, hs being about eighty years
old. 1 nav no doubt ine i-ectorai serea nis me.
DR. KEYSER'B PEOTORAL BYRUP IN ELAIRS.
VILLB. Please eendme another supply of your vain
able "Pectoral Syrup," Almost everybody around us
has the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Byrup." We have told sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirelv out. Mr. A. Alterand Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blairsville, Pa., tell us they would not be without it
In their families. In fact, all whe as it once want It
again. Yours, respectfully,
J. 8. WATTER80N A B0NB
January 30, 18C0. ,
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYSER'S
PEOTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and cold tor several weeks o bad was it that I could not
sleep, 1 had the advice and prescription from three of
the best physicians in tneolty, whom I could name, but do
not do to. 1 nnaiiy procurea a Dome oi yonr jreotorai
Byrup. which cured me entirely. Bigned,
J. W. BIMONT0N,
S36 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. 0, 1800,
"STOP THArC0UaHINa."-'How can I do It? "Go
to Keyser's on Wood street and get a bottle of his Congb
Pectoial, and If that don't cur yon, your case must be
desnsrat Indeed." Ibis I aspeetmen of the oollouuy
one hears almost (very day in cold catching periods of
th year, and we can, irom actual oxperiment, cheer
fully concur in the adviser's admonition as above, for wc
havs tried the "Pectoral." In a moat stubborn care, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago w went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the most distressing, contrary, mulbh. nn-
subduabl cough we ever experienced since our advent
upon this mundane spnere. we eouguea steadily and
laboriously for one whole week, in hope of tirino it out.
but It was no go. In fact It seemed rather to ban Im
proved by practice, and to have acquired strength, poten
cy and dtttrtttibtiity by the operation. In this sugeof
the siege, we couched our way to Keyser's, 140 Wood St
procured fifty oent bottle of the "Pectoral;'' took It
aeoordlog to directions, and In forty-eight hours we were
master of the field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary as Keyser's famous "Cough
rectors!. wotcntvtue Mnpper, tm. is, ioo.
DR. KEYSER'B PEOTORAL SYRUP 1 prepared and
old by Dr. GEORGE 11. KEY8ER, 140 Wood strest,
X iiurourgn. ra.
IJj3 Bold In Columbus by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
rrtOOTHACIIE HEltlEDV. , .
A STJT1TC CURE,
Prepared and sold by
Da. GEO. H. KEYBBR,.
110 Wood it., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Price, 25 cents.
JO Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS A 8AMUEL.
FANCY DRESS SILKS,
FANCY DRESS BILKB, '
FANCY DKKBO BILKS.
We are now oBoring onr Immense stock of Fancy Drees
Bilk at nrtoea less wan ever oetore onertd in tola citv.
Th attention of th ladles of this city and vicinity i
ollcited, as onr stock is very select and complete In all
grades ot good in wis itn. Patau BAIN,
pot.- no. ewnin aign street.
Laces and Embroideries, , .
VALENCIENES, HALTESB POINT
Lace Collars and Sett. French, Puiher and Thread
Lao Veil, (new patterns.) Valencienea, Thread and
Point Lace, Embroidered Collars, Belts, Trimmings end
tktrts, Laos Barbs and Coiffures. Plain Linen Collars,
wis ana vuns, j.mnroiasrea voiiars anaunn tn Betel,
BAIN A BON,
No. 88, South High Street.
GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS
GOLDEN BILL BHIRT8,
GOLDEN BILL SHIRTS.
Ths pattern of the shirts ar nsw. Th Bodies, Yoke,
leaves and bosoms sre formed to fit th parson with ease
and comfort. Ths mark upon each on designating the
sis msy be relied on as betn g correct, and each shirt is
uarsnteed well made. A full stock of all nn.lltlM
constantly for el at . BAIN'S, .
now. wo. VI Bontn High street, -
Gents Linen Shirt Collars,?;;.
OT SUPERIOR QUALITY, H OAK.
ROTE. Standing. Byron. Psislmav. Renfrew and
ether new shape. Hemmed Pocket Uaadkerehlefs.Nsek
Ties. Stocks. Street and Eventn Gloves, naif Boae of
very kind. Under Garment and all kind of Gents' Fur
nun mg ttoog la great variety and at moderate prices, t
fsbSJ . Ho. M South Big treit,t
! r' v i THE, GREA 1EST
op the' age..;
MR. KENNEDY, Of HOXBUltY)
ha disoovered in on of oar common pasture weeds
a remedy that cure
Every Hind of Hnmor,
FROM : ,' .' ;
The worst Sorofnla down te aonunon Pimple.
Be has tried It in over eleven hundred ease, and nev
er tailed except tn two cases, (both thunder humor.) Be
has now In his possession over on hundred certificate of
It vain, all within twenty mile of Boston.
Two bottle are warranted te our a nursing aor
On to thr bottle will cure the worst kind of Pimple
on th face.
, Two or three bottle will clear the system of bile.
Two bottle ar warranted to cur th worst oanksr la
th month or stomach.
Three to flv bottle ar warranted to ear th worst
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottle ar warranted to cur all hnmor
Two bottle are warranted to ear running o th ear
and blotches among th hair.
Fonr to six botlcs ar warranted to cure corrupt and
running nloen. 'I
On bottle will cur scaly eruption of th skin.
Two or three boftles ar warranted to cur th want
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cur tbe most
desperat ess of rheumatism.
Three to fonr bottles are warranted to cure salt-Bheum.
; Flv to eight bottle win ear th worst ease of scro
fula. A benefit Is always experienced from th first bottle,
a perfect cure I warranted when th abov quantity I
Daaa Madam.' Th reputation of th Medical Di
eovery, in curing all kind of humors, Is so well estab
lished by the unanimous vole of all who have ever used
It, that I need not say anything en th enbteet, as th
most skillful physician and the most careful Druggists in
the country are unanimous in IU pralss.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to yonr notice, 1
do It with a fall knowledge of Its curative power, in re',
llevlng all, and curing most of those disease to which
yon an unfortunately so liable. . That most excruciating
disease to an affectionate mother, ,
NURSING SORE JTIOUTU,
I cured as If by a miracle; your own temper I restored
to It natural sweetnese, and yonr bab from short ant
fretful nap to calm and sweet slumber; and the Medical
Discovery become a fountain of blessing to yonr husband
In th more advanced stages of
Itextends to th to EvJlA
which I nothing but canksr on the stomach; then to th
intestines and :.. i .
creating a sinking, gon feeling, and an Indifference svs
to tnacareeof your lamiiy. - , '
Your stomach 1
. RAW AND INFLAMED.
yonr food distresses yon, and you can only take certain
kinds, and even of that lour svstem doe not set half
th nourishment It contain, as th acrlmonou fluid of
th canker eate It up; then your complexion loses It
bloom and becomes sallow and greenish, and yonr best
day is gon. For want of nourishment your system be
comes loose and flabby, and th fibres or yonr noay n
eome relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which th
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
Palpitation of th heart, pain In the side, weakness o
th spins and small of th back, pain of th hip Joint
when yoa retire, irregularity oi ine coweis. ana ais.
that most excruciating oi diseases, in
Bow many thousand of poor women are suffering from
thi disease and pining away a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor does not know tbe cause. I with t
m - fnl th.t .rmH Aid nmrirh. 'An nunc
- L t.u .ham AAnnM nf MMM Tn th.
W ir.VVHUWU m W.W. . "" m f -I -
you hare both tbe preventative and th ear, with this
great and good quality, that It will never, under any
Otrc urns lances, oo you any injury.
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Is sspecialy Intended for diseases of th blood, bnt sine
it introduction in in western ataies, it is louna w dp
that vu aver before the nubile.
No change of diet ever necessary eat the beat you car
and get enongh of it.
DixsrmoKs rem osx Adult one table spoonful per
dav Children ever ten year, deesert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. A no directions
can be applicable to all oonaitutiont, tax sumctent to
operate on tne noweisiwice a aay. -Your
Price 11.00 per bottle. For y every druggist in
tne united state. aepxi-aawiy,
PROF. L. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economlca
FOR RESTORING GRAY. HAIR
To It original color without dyeing, and preventing .
Hair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, when there I th least psrtiole of vltall
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
. And all cutaneousaffectlon of th Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled gloss snd brilliancy, making
It soft and silky in lis texture, and causing it to urf
th great celebrity and Increasing demand for thi nn
equaled preparation, convince the proprietor that on
trial I only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of It
superiorqualltiea over any other preparation in use. It
cleanses tne neaa ana scaip irom oanurus ana outer
cutaneous diseases, causing th hstr to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair la loosening and thinning, It will give
strength and vigor to th root and restore the growth to
hoe parts which havs become bald, causing it to yield a
reah covering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladle and geatlemen In New
Tork who have naa ineir naur restored by tne use et this
Invlgorator. when all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has hi his possession letter Innumerable testifying
to the above facta, from persons of the highest redsecta
bllity. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until th latest period of life; and In cases where'the hair
ha already changed IU color, the use of the Invlgorator
win witn certainly restore k ii to its original nue, giv
ing it a dark, glossy appearano. As a perfume for the
toilet ana a ata jveatorauve i particularly recom
mended, having an agreeabl fragrance; and the great fa
cilities It afford In dressing the hair, which, when moist
with th Invlgorator, can be dressed In sny required
form so as to pressrv Its plae. whether plalnlor In curls;
hence the great demand for It by the ladle as a standard
toilet article wnicn none ougni oa wiinoui, uie price
place It Wieuin sue reacu oi ail, oeing
Only Twenty-Five Cent
per bottle, to be had si all respectable Druggist and
. Tj. MILLER would call th attention of Parent and
Guardians to the use of his Invlgorator, In ease whsr
the children' hair Incline to be weak. The use of It
lays th foundation for aooec head of Hair, as It re
move any Imparities that may have become connected
with the scaln. tbe removal of which Is nooessarv . both
for the health ot the child, and th future appearance of
OAtmoR. None genulns without th fse-slmlle L0TJTB
MILLER being on tn outer wrappsr; also, I. MIL
LER'S HAIR INVIGORATOR, N. Y., blown in th
Wbolseale Depot, St Dey street, and sold by alt th
principal Merchant and Druggists throughout th world
Liberal discount to purchasers by th quantity.
I alas desire to present to the American Publl my .
HXV7 AID XKFROVXD raSTAYTATOOU!
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after year ol arienUno experimenting, I hay
broaiht to perfection. It die Black or Brown Instantly
wlthoutlnjnry to the Bah? or ttkln; warranted tbe best
artici ot tne atna in existence. .
. ,, PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS.
Depot, 66 Dey St, New York.
New and Attractive.
Poil de Chevies,
Ft en oh CaiNTZga,
FtfNOR Mubuns, . ;
French Oioansiei, '
Chinese Waihino Silks, ;
Elegant Dbeas Silks, ' ",' x ' ''
Heavy Basque and Mantle Bilks;
And all other new and fashloaabl material most In
demand for handsom Dresses and Mse tills.
BAIN A BON,
tp,S9 : ' -. ' We". W South High street.
PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK
, DRBSi BILKS, of vnr grade. Tbs most aelect
assortment In th lty, and at most reasonable rate. , .
BAIN A BON, ' .
AprlU o. m aouta nigh street. -'
AYtNO TniS DAY1 SOLD OtTR
Btoetof Groceries to 0. 8. DBMING. we cheerfully
teeoasseal hint to ear eld patron and friends.
i ' , THOB. WALKER tt SON! I
Columbui, March 49th, 1801 epl dtf . ..g e
By the an of the Pill th periodic attacks et
tout or SteJb Btadaeht maybe prevented; and If taken
at the commencement of an attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
: They seldom nil In removing the Jtautta and
fehs to which female are to subjsot. j
They act gently npoa th bowel removing Oottto
nett.i : . i . . ", '
'for Literary ' Jfea, Btvdtntt, Delicate female
and all persons of tedmiary AabUt, they are value
a a laaattvt. Improving th appetite, giving Um i
tiger to th dlgestlv organ, and restoring th natur
elasticity and strength of th whole system. .
I TBI CEPHALIC PILLS srs ths result of long Inves
ligation and carefully conducted experiment, navlng
been In M many yean, daring which Um they have
prevented and relieved a rut amount of pain and suffer -lag
from Headache, whether originating in tn neroout
system or from a deranged state of th Itomach,
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, an
may be takes at all time with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and the abeenee oany
dimareeabU tatte render U eaey to admtnieter them
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
Th genuine hire flv signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on each Box. -
Bold by Druggist and all ether Dealer la Medicine. '
' A Box will b sent by mall, prepaid, en receipt ef th
. price, 133 Oonts.
All order should b addressed to
j . HENRY C. SPALDING.
I ' 48 Cedar Street, New Yerk.
- - ' -evlllV
sw . "w r w w -a
' THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OP
WILL 00NVIN01 ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
SPEEDY AND SURE CUES
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. ;
At theee Tettimonlalt were unentioited SyMa. Brato
ins, they afford wqvettionabie proof of the iffl
eacy of thi truly tcientijlo ditoovery.
1 Masoithllb, Ooim.Feb. S, 1801.
I have tried your Cephalic Pill, and Ube them to
veil that I want you te send m two dollar worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
fewout of the first box I got from you.
Bend the Pills by mail, and oblige
Your ob t Servant,
JAMES KENNEDY. ,
-. t " '
IlAVnroBD, Pa., Feb. 8, 1801. .
I wish yoa to send m on mora box of your Osphallo
Pill, Jhave reeved a great deal of beneJUJrom them. ,
' MARY ANN ST0IKHOUBI.
' ! Srttict Cssxc, noimiiTO 0s.,Pa.,
January 18, 1861.
U. O. EfALDixe. i '
Yoa will pleaie send me two boxes ct your Cepballo
Pill. Bend them Immediately.
JNO. B. SIMONS.
P. i. I have uted emtio of your Pill, and find ,
Bbllb Vntiton, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1801.
Bikbt 0 BrAimra, Esq.
Pless find enclosed twenty -five cents, for which etsd
me another box of your Oephalie Pill. They ar truly
the best Pill I have ner tried.
Direct - A. BT0VER, P. M.,
Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0. .
Bxvsblt, Ham, Dm. 11, 1860.
H. 0. SPALDixe, Esq.
I wish for seme circulars or large (how bill te bring
your Oephallo Pill more particularly before my custe
mers. If you have anything of the kind, please send to
One of my customer, who I subject to sever Bick
Headaohe, (usually lasting two days.) tea ewevi of an
attack in one hour by your PBlt, which I sent her.
Bstnolosboxo, FBArntuw 0o., Ohio,)
January 0, 1861.
Usury 0. SraLome,
No. 48 Cedar St., N. Y.
Inclosed find twenty five cents, (25,) for which tend
box of "JJephslle Pills." lend to address of Rev. Wm.
0. Plller, llejnold.burg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your PiU work like a tharmour Headache al
WM. 0. FILLER.
YrstLABTi, Mich., Jan. 14, 1861.
Net long since I sent to you for a box of Cepballo Pill
for th cure of the Nervous neadachs and Oostlvtne,
and received the same, and they had to good an tftal
that Iicat induced to tend for mot.
Please send by return mall. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER,
From th Examiner, Norfolk, V.
Cephall Pills accomplish th object for which they -were
made, vis.: Our of headache In all its form.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, V.
They have been tested In mora than a thausand
From the Democrat, 8t. Cloud, Minn.
It you are, or have been, troubled with th beadsch
send for a box, (Oephallo Pills,) so that yoa may bar
them In case of an attack.
From th Advsrtlser, Providence, R. I. '
The Oephallo PIU are said to be a remarkably effective ' 1
remedy tor th headache, and on of th very best for
that very frequent complaint which has svsr beta dis
from the Western R. R. Gaxette, Chicago, III.
W heartily radon Mr. Bpauldlnf. and hi unrivaled
From th Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha. Ta. ,
W ar ran that persons sufferini with th headache
who try them, wlU stick to them.
From th Southern Path Flndr, New Orleans, La. .
Try them! yoa that an afflicted, and we an sort that
your testimony can be added to the already numerou
list that has received benefit that no other medicine oa
From th Bt Louis Democrat.
The Immense demand for th article (OeuhAlle Puts
is rapidly Increasing.
' From th Gasette, Davenport. Iowa.
Mr. loaldln would not connect hi nam with an ar
tici ha did not blots to possess real asrlt.
HjA slngl bottle of SPALDING PREPARED
. ujliUsi win sav. wu urns n.vu..u.u-t4i .
, BrALUIlNU'Britftraii.c.wuA.ui. I
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE 1
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I . -
' bati mm rumvnw
JlWVKVSBAI ' , sVAvA ' ' .l
I H7"A Stitch nr Xwa Batbs Nim,"aCfX .. .
A accidents will happen, even in well renlated fam
ilies, it Is very deal ratal to have eosu cheap and con- '
venlent way for nnalrlns! Furniture. Toys, Crockery.
SPALDING'S FMPABED GLUE - "
aeets all ruch emergencies, and no household can afford
to be without it. It 1 always ready, and opto the sUck .
N. B.A Brash aeeesnpanla each bottle.
our?,"5-o ..Ws ' ' J-' i
HAMOI We V k JBVMA-'S.-w f
"iu eertala unprlndpled gssnorje are attonpUng
Mlm effoa the unsuspecting publle. Imitation ef
PREPARED GLUE, I woe id eautloa all person to x-
IED ULUa, 1 woaia " " pvrwms w e
for porehestnw, and see that the fall name,
i.iiMal PKapARaDSLTja.nr ,.
r.i lirarALVinw ' " : .
en ths out
, , .. , -j He. 48, Cedar Btreet, New Tork. r r
outside wmpporl ell others ar wmdnbgo '