( JUST. RECFf D BY ; J
No. CO '.Wortix Saigt ptreot,
Ouet ths Urgeitwfl BMitwtadAiMtt
B -;i "--J-' ' V '
t. .1 f.i.VW ,Jnvi n -. "
fi y ' J 4 pCi.tl -.".ft .
" Vv.-'VilVraRItD IN THIS CITYI
UonsV- 'BuiWers' i Fttraishin
' ' 0 bVVIBY STYLE AND QUALITY. T'
t paiVts ohocmb ire oil, ; -
sad pnV a taJirP"nd mm tastily ase, snd
Brakes of 'every variety & quality.
t 'Splendid Aeaortaent of ;v ,' .
CARRIAGE MATERIADS. , , r -AXES
ToUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, -v,i
t FISHING TACKLE, v
,..,- i. .!!.' E0PE & CORDAGE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
mrnnca MAIir.S.s'PUMI'S. ''
TV EAft'UJWW !.- , .
I AtSkltiUtTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
v,scales; BELLS, CHAINS
Tabid and Pocket Cutlery.
1 sepectally taviie the atteritlen of tit Interested to my
took of Pooket end Tsbls Ontlery, sad '
SILVER jpEATED rOKKS, '
Table, Desert; and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
of EOaiRaWf.ftO'li Itannhctaro, warranted tobt
xtnbMTy, Blectro Plated.on genalna AUmtU.
Oouitrf JletoUnU, Uecbula, ud other, are invited
to call u xaiM nr Block, Ml ua prepared to U
WnolMale and Betall. ' ' -' WW. A. H'I"
Colombo, Ohio, UJ 8. tBCO. . . .
Wholesale and 'Betail Depot for
FAMttV CKOCEHtES. ;
No. 106 ;' Soith High Street
i DEALER IN
FINE & "STAPLE GROCERIES,
rR. ALI THEIR VARIETIES.
.-."L1" A ATI A Mai
For Wi all and "Winter Trade
n or. 1860-61.
TTPBET UMNINOBIH CEKE THANKS
TU THt PVBLIO for put frvora and patron-
lontlono. of bj .trlcl tteilUo
X .tr. d well Selected SfclL on
hand, aidketag tn'dll7 receipt of food, from the Affer
ent uarketa, I flatter myieW that I ean offer to the dtt
ml of Ootnmbaa, of to nj who aj deiico tP
an aeeortairtl of artlclei apporiaming w ""'
. nacnmi.Kn b anyhonee in the efty.
Tno prteoeadejuaUtj of the good offered, Hoar-
ante . .
Goods -Delivered Tree of Charge.
T. McPOMALP. '
TTT3SS cdt? ; X3XjT7B,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-Btreet,
(rnmn umt a bowarb.)
,Jf O BAIriMOBE, lBr
A Urgi Ajtorttatat ol Piw rnrnlhliig
tjaoca ConiUnUy n Eni ( i
-Wllllaxri. ; C3rlll
1 COIiCflUBUS, OHIO) . ,': ..
fAiid Seed Store, , ,
VJlUb, OtABS, 8ASS, lUTTt1, OORDAflS s,
HittUt' Willerw W M,
ether and MlbetBoltinff, Ioe loathot Hsm ard
ktct- i' ' ' - ' . ' '
G-1 DOYLE CO.
Mmufactoreri and Wholesale Deal era la
Soothe Cornet f High and Cay 8U.,
"A ktff Btcck.of fteeand BUplo ood an handj",
M-dtl " ' . ' , . '
gam' 'Arrow now, -
Cracked Wheat " ChocoUw ' . ; -
wM "'. Prnnee '"
Beedle alto J .'" reeh Tomafoei ;, ' . .
latbu - - Oieen Corn
freOiCaoo d Fmiteof trery dtecripHen; . ;
Jellieoof all klnde; " ' " " '
, fram Brepa; Mixed Owdiee; y j A ; j
Almoiwle, Jllberta, yeoonlfati,
KnelUh Walnnto, Bruil Nnu.ete, '
Whalcaait ainel Ketall' Ilcaief lai
ateeo nt"y "
. p none BUANtlltof '
Oct. firf " ' . - '
Inros and Embroideries, ' "
... .. - n .T1'.SB & I'I'Wt
- ' -i, y rrrw h. Putter .n(t 'i 11 rwl
; r Vttiui! 'rrn, 1ir A and
, - 'I:, rtlft. '''ti.',,.- " ft .til
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1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I.
CoaneotlDf at Creitllne with the' PinSBtTEani ,11,
' WATMS OB I0AQO B AILBO AS ' 31 - -
for PitlthurvH, fkUatUlpkia and SalUmor.- Alto
' for Fort Way and Chicago.'
Connecting at Clereland with the US1 BBOBB BAIL-
BOAD ' 1 '.
Far Dunkirk, Rnf fale, Albann Baa
tea, ud Ktn Xork.
THREE TEAINS DAILY,
, EXOKPI BUNDAY, . , , ' ,
from Colombo a, In oonnactioa with Tralna on the
KiITtle nuni AND COLVDJIIIS
.. ANVXCNlAHAIliRUADil. . -,
; TIBBT TKAIN. ". , .. . ', n'
NIGHT XXPBE8B. Learet Oolumbae at 3.40 A. Ml
will leare paeeengere at all atationa eonth of Gallon,
atop at Delawara, Aahley, Oardlngton and Oikad, and
at all atationa north of Gallon, arrtrlng at Olereland
at 9:45 A. M., Snnkirk3:35 P. M.. Baff.lo S 25P. M.
Albany 3:00 A. M, Mew York 111:30 A. M.. Boeton 4:30
P. M . PltUbarxh tU Creetllne 3:80 P. M . Philadel
phia 5: 10 A, Jt. Chicago Ti Creetllne at 8'liO P. U.
1 ' ' - BBOONB TBAIN. ' ' , , 'r
NEW TOBK XXPRESd-Learee Coliimbiio at 11:10
a.m. Will itop at Lewie Centre, Delaware, Oardlngton,
Gallon, Creetllne, Shelby, New London, Wellington and
Grafton, arriTe at Olerelana at 3;'J5 p. m.i Dunkirk,
9:00 p. m.j Bnffalo, 10:25 p m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.;
New York, 8:30 p.m.; Beaton, 4:40 p. m.; PltUbargh,
via Creetllne, 8:S0p. n. Philadelphia, 10 a. m . Con
neetaat Shelby for all pointa on Bandntky, Ma'aa&eld a:
Newark B. B., north of Shelby, - ' , ,
( THIRD IB AIN. , . 1 ,
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION-Leeree Oolumbae
at 3.40 p.m. Will atop at all atationa South of Shelby,
and at New London, Bocheeter, Wellington, Grafton,
and uerea: entreat uiereluxl at v:iu p m s unnairK,
S:50a. m.: Buffalo. 40 a. m.: Albany. 3:30 p.m.: New
York, 9:30 p m.; Boeton. 11:45 p m.; PtUaburgn, wo
creetllne, at sciua. rmiadeipnia,a:u p. m., uon
neeia at Shelby for all point! on Sandiuky, Manedeld
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Signt Trains to Cnicago, Hew
' . v. . York and Boston. . ('
Eaggafft Checled Through to Koto Tort and Xotion
via vuitiana; auo, to riiuaatipiiut ana
:"' 1 ; JVw Xorkvia OruUint.
Might Bxpreee arrlree at Oolumbae a(. 1 1:45 P. M.
Cincinnati kipreie ' ". : 11:10 A.M.
Aoeommodatlon, c" " " 0:10 P.M.
Far aa Lew bj any other Koute.
Aik for Tichtivia Creillineor Cleveland.
X. B. FLINT, -.
Eaperlntendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAUES PATTERSON, Agent,
1 . Columboe, Ohio,
Columkuf, April 15, 1851. ' , ; . , , .
CENTRAL OHIO. R.
' Between Columbus & "Wheeling,
; " CONNHOTINQ VIA'.'! ' ''
BELLAIRE AND WHEELING
WITH TnB v.'M.
BALTIMORE & OHIO. Re,
AND VIA (:;.! : -
BellairoT and Pittsburgh
with rns '
Pennsylvania ,i Central ;; R. VR.,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia', Baltimore,
Washington City, Pittsburgh, and t 1
' , all Eastern Cities.
'. '"" " NO. IXXPBESS
Learee Oolumbae at 3.30 A. M.i Itope at all itatloneeaet
of Newark when eignalled. Arriree at Newark at 4:50 A,
M.,ZaneerUle at0:00 A.M., Bellaira at 10:80 A. M.,
connecting with the Baltimore As Ohio B. R., and Tie
ruteourgu witn renneyiTania a. a. tor an eaetern eitice.
. '. ' NO. 8 XXPBXSS - ,
Learee Columbua at 11:18 A. M.; a tope at all atationa
when ei malted. Arrives at Newark at 12:48 A. M..
Zaneerille at S:04 P. M.; Bellaira at 6:10 P. M., eon-
neotisg wlthth Baltimore Uhlu it. a. tot au enatera
citiea, . , . i .
. .) '. MO. 3XXPBESB
Learea Oolambne at 3: 10 P. M.; etope at all atationa when
algnalled. Arriree at Newark at 4:30 P. M., Zaneerille
at 5:40 P. M., Bellalre at 9:45 P. M., connecting via
Pttubnrgh wilh the Penmylrania a. a. ror an eaetern
- This Boole often the ADVANTAGE of a Throoeh
Tbdr.t and Barae" Check to WASHINGTON CITY.
.! .ire. ibe ' Paateozer the nririlere of Titltbw
BALTImURB, riiiiiaue.i.i'uiaaoa nn-xuBn,at
the a oat of a New-York Ticket alone; or the privilege of
TialtingaU of the principal SEABOARD CITIES at the
n.t or . BOSTON Ticket alone, via other Boatee.
Through TickeU to NEW-YORK can be procured via
WASUinuXun Ulii.atan aaatuonai upeneeoi
Time as Quick and Fare as Low
' At 00 other Boutef.'
Sleeping : Cars on all Night Trains,
' : ABK POtt TICKETS TI A
Colnmbna aid Bellalre ar Wbeellng,
I . ; , ; ' JNO. VT. BROWN,
Apr. is. ;, ' ; ..; ; .m.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO.
CREAT NATIONAL i ROUTE.
rrI?RiniHATK- AT WASHINGTON
1 and RaltlmoreoB the Xaet, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkeraborg on the Weet, at which place It nnitee
with Bailroadi, Bteamen, Alc.,oi and from all pointa
in the , I ..:),: .1.: . ,...,::
UTeat, Sath-xe and Narth-iweBt.
THEEE TEAINJ ; DAILY
FOR AtL. 'THE 'EASTERN CITIES.
. - ; Thle k the only root to WaehingtoD Glty-i '
funimbf thle ronte can rialt Baltimore, Phlla
lelphla, New York and Boeton, at the coat of a ticket to
Boatoa alone by other Unee. 1-
Through tickeU to the Eaetern eltlee can be proenred
via Waehingtoa City at aa additional charge of two dol
lars. ' ' '' r
m m ,u Sin. Tim.
limeae quick and fart at low at via any other
ft1 KIH. - - .
Inquire for ttrneto Tie Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
en of the principal Railroad offlcee in the Weet, -;
J. H- SULLIVAN, Oeo'l Weetern Agent, :
. L. M. COLI, General Ticket Agent, ..........
. , w. v. ftMITII. Muter Tranenortation.
oet20-tf. , 1- 1: . , : BALTiMoaa, Md.
; I1IP0ETED GOODS. , , .
20 eaeea Iullan Oil, Barton At Co., for table nee. ,
W rencn muitaro, lavonie unoiui
Boned Oardinee. the BEST Bardinet Imp'td
of Capers and Oitvea. . . . s.
Table Bauee "Lea A Perrin'e Worcester-
ahira." "Boyor'e Bnltana," 'Uohn Bull,"
Walnnt and Tomato Oatann. -
Oroes A Blackwall'i celebrated Xngllth
' PLrlrlM mnriiln ofOanllflower." "PI.
ealill," Chew-Chow," PWalnnt,"' 0n
' Ion," '0abbage Bean,,."aner1t'i"
Campbell1 oelebrated Scotch Ato.H, '
1 dinner Preaema. J'"
.SO boxes Italian Macaroni and yermacllla.
9 rmHUox'a ueiatme. '
Ooletnan'e celebrated Bngllih Muetard, In kegi, boxes,
cans and bottles. " . .
noS7 w n.. niiwntiiD
Nave 1 orx BmtoBAWT' eon vitw m i. w
Nxw Yoaa Lira and Oom. hottjal iiira. ,
Office, 81 Illfb St., Sawaa-e'a. HI..,
.'eur-diy ! ' ;,: i i .';! i
, Alexandre's Kid Gloves.' ..;..'.'.;
PIAIH A1D EirfBROIDEllEII 'iffOtJS
QDETAIRB aad regular ibape Black KldGlovea.
embroidered In white, magenta, purple, Ao. TJndreued
Kid Gloves. Mleeee KldGlovee. A complete aeeortmeot
Ol ineKoewuiaicu uiuih iwaa 10, y (J
1 . ... JJin bub, ,
febW "'vT' ' - ' ..W.8obUi High street.
Canton I.lattinga. ,
White ma Bed aad
4t Whlta Checked of toperlor rjoallty;
ror sale bv -
i . eAin m bum,
v, No. 89 South High at.
, -' Copartnership. . Vp
I,HAVETI1I1AY ABUltiflill imx
eon JAMR8 ADGBRBAItf ae partner in my bont-
, which will boreal in se eonancira vnavT
.lnfcBon. P.BAIII,JSoBthHlih St.
c ntmbna, t eh 15, 18C1. MM
7 i. ,T U1
Nos. 36, 38 4:40, JNorth nigh St.
" INCREASED FACILITIES l ; ;
A6CIIEACY. CIEAPKSS. DISPATCH
: HAVING MOVED INTO MY
NEW - BUILDING.
I. HAVE . I. '1
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
' WHILE "BOTH HAVE,
New; Types, ; Borders; Ornaments, &jv
IROM TBS CELEBRATED EOUNDRY 0
C. T. WHITE A C0.r NEW YOSK,
THUS MAKING IT TH1
Most - Complete Establishment
. IN THE CITT.i '....
. t 1 , .. : ' 'I
I am now prepared to Exsoute all Ordsrs for.
BOOK AND JOB
And in fb Kost Approved Stylo' of the Art, "
" PAR.TICTTLAR ATTENTION PAID TO.
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bills f Lading, Clrcnlara,
Bill Heads, Blanks, Heeds,
. Dray Tickcft, .. Kegistere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
:, ' . , '. , HEADINGS, ... , j CONTBACIS.
Illustrated" Show Bills,
1 ; FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, l;,
ghow Bills, Hand Bills, Labels, Coneert Fro
jrammes, School and College Schemes, Ho- '
tol Bills of fare, Invitations, As. : 1,
33 ools. VCTo rlt
; 6? every, '3escription .'",
School and College Catalogues, , '. . r ' --
- Kiseellaneons Pamphiets, .1. . -
" Constitutions, Beports, Briefs, ao
Printing in. Gold and Colors..
3 O S T 33 3rs
Printed In EvsrrColor on , .'
Hamiiioth Hoe Cylinder,
. Toe only Press of the kind In Central Ohio.
Me fhellltlee for doinf any and all of the above descrip-
tlona of work, are now auursaseed, and satlefaction will
be guaranteed In all eaaee.
llr'All won. rarmanea prompuy oy toe nme promiiea.
K . , BIOIIAED NEVIliB.
Its Court of Common Pleas, Pranklla Csun
.. ti. Bale In Partition.
Lnelnda Walton etal.)
Iff FfJHSPANCE OF ATI ORDER Of
the eald Court to me directed, I will offer for eale at
publie auction, at the door of the Court Iioute, In Ibe
city of Columbua, on
Tuesday, May 7th, IBM,
the following deecrlbed real ettate, eituate in Norwich
townablp, franklin county, Ohio, to wit:
; Part of the W. B. Benoeld eurrey. No. 554, bounded
as follows: Beginning at a atone in the road leading from
Columbua to Dublin; being the aoulh-eaeterly corner to
lot No: one, In the anrvey in proceeding! in partition to
Michael Walton; thence with the south line of said lot
No. 1, 8. C5 degrees W. 119 poles, to a atone eouth west
erly corner to eald lot; tnenoo with the weeterly Use
thereof, N. 97 degreea W. 31 90-100 poles to a atone,
north westerly corner of said lot, and corner to land be
longing to the beire of Apolloe Bogers; thence with their
llneN. 17Kdegreee W. 40X polee to a atake, another oor
ser to eald heira' land; thence with another of their llnee
B. Mdegreee, W. polee to a atake and atooe In the
original wait Use of the eurvey, and aouth-weet comer to
aid beir'e land; thence with the original line of eald tur
vey, 8. 43deareee30mlnntee,E. 73 polee to a atone, north
eaeterly corner to a tract of land of two hundred aerea
conveyed by Abner Olapp and wife by deed, dated Aug.
97, 1K3j; thence with hie line . 63 degrees, B. 301 polee
to atoneanother corner of aaid Olapp'e land;ihonee with
another of hie llnee B. 97 degreea, K. 14 80-100 poise to
another corner of aaid Clapp'a land; thence with another
ef bis linea N . 63 degreea H. 146poleatoaetone, another
of taid Clapp's oornerai thenca with another of hia line.
8. 97 degrees B. 19 polee to a atone, another of and
Olapp'e corners: thence with another of hie llnee K. 63
derees B. 91 polee to a stone, north eaaterly corner to
said OUpp'a land; thonee N. CCX degreea W. 0 polee
and 14 Unite; thenca N- 11 degrees W., following
the Dublin Road eeventy-eight poles to the begin
ning, containing 873 aerea, bo the Sams 1 more or
lee-; 'and alto, in the earns anrvey, , 554, and
adjoining the above deecrlbed tract, another tract of 3
XMOOacret. bounded aa follow beginning at a stone
outh-eaaterly comer to the above detcrlbed tract, thence
N. 60W B. 11 polea and 5 Unite to a atone in the
Dublin Bead from which a eheiry tree SMI tnohee
In diameter, beara N. 3X degreee K. CO links, then
N. 11 degrees X. 17 polee and 16 llnka to a poet, from
which a walnut 19 lncbeein diameter beara 8. 46J de
greea 1. 8 llnka dietant, thence N. 97 degreee W. 9 polee
and 81 llnka to a etono In the aonth line of Henry Mo
Oracken'a land; thence B. 75 K degrees W. S9pelcaand
3 Unka to a peat In the Dublin Road, B.-B. comer to
aid McOracken'a land; thenoe 8. 10 degrees B. 09 pales
and 19 links to a pott, thenca 8. 69 degreea Jt.ff polea
and 19 lioke to the beginning. 1
Excepting from aaid two tracta'the following deecrlbed
part thereof, heretofore aet off to Bllaabeth Armietead,
detoribed ae follow Commencing at the aouth-eaet cor
ner of Michael Walton's land aoove mentioned; thence
tooth with the Dublin road 8 rode; thenoe weeterly on
s lino parallel with the said Michael Walton't eootfa Una
B. 62 degrees 59 mlnotea W. Bii polee; thenos N, 17 de
grees 30 mlnutet W. 60 70-100 -poleel thence N. 51 de
greee B. 71 SO-100 rods; thanes 8 17 degrees 30 tnlnnlet
Beet 4050-100 polee; thence 8. S7 degreee B. 3! 90-1UO
polea; thence N. 62 degreee 52 minutes E. 149 polee to
the beginning, containing fort acres. The property to
be sold aa an entire tract, setlmatea at two hundred and
forty scree, and appraised at 50 per acre. ..... .
Taaaa or Bals One third In htnd on day of sale,
balance la one and two yeara from Jy f tale, with in
terest secured by mortgage. - -
GEORGE W HPPPMANV
Aprtl5,ie61.-dlt-kw4w. . , . .,, herlff. .(
WHO SHOTJLD TJSfi.; .
1 .vg&JHix'.A w an M , f I '1
IMPERIAL WINK BITTERS?
All who are anlteted with Incipient 'Oonmmption er
Weak Lnnge should use them.
All who suffer from Weak Btomacha, Indlgeatlon,. dys
pepsia or Plies shonld use them. , . , . ' ,
All who suffer bom General or NerTooaOjlU
Restleatnees at night. Want .of Bleep, oto,,. should aas
Au'psrsons whs 'are convaleecent after f'erer or other
sickness should ose them. t , . - .. '., ,' '
illntstera of the Gospel, LswyerS, .jUctnrsrs, end si
publie speakers should use them. , ' ',' , ,
Book Keepers, and all. persons leading s sedentary If ,
should nao tbem. , ' . , ., 'j .
The aged and roflrm ihonldW them",'' JJ
' AU who require aetlwoWnt or toolc should use them.
All who areaddlcted to the pes of ardent spirits and
wish to Inform, should nee them.' , '.''''
They are made of a pure Sherry wins, and of the na
tive plants aud herbs of the country, and should be re
oommended by temperance societies, clergymen, phjsl
cianaisndalirriende of humanity. . - - ' ;
. Xhey are prepared by an experienced and Ikillftn phyi
tcian, and, aside from their medioinal prepwtlee, area
atoet delightful beverage, and yet, a a nHolne, are as
taneotntandharmleeaaatbo dewsef heaven.
Bold hy draavMe genernlly. -, .'- -. - .1 7 -r v
OTABXES WIEllIflELD A CO.,1 Prcpristors,
, 1 tvilllant St.i New Terl.-(";;
V.f,' pnttT?T3 Jk' bj AMITEt!.' A rentfc W
t elnsubtlt Olilo
i Genta' Lincn Shrrt; Collars; '
OF srPEHIOH 41TJALITV, SIV ts.
RflTH. Btandioit. Bron, Peisignay, Renfrew and
outer new ehspee. ll.maie d Pocket Handkerchiefs. Neck
Ilea, Stocks, street ana. serening uiw ."v,
every kind, Car Garments aad all kinds a Genta' tur,
nishing Goods ke IesJt vaiielf snd ''t(,Pr'0,,
' Ma,'-' ' 1 Ko. S Bonth Blgh.Vrt. '
I Oiil 1,") no::;tiii':ir,'.J 1 j'h.s. rwf, '' 1" "
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WEEKLY; OHIO STATESMAN!
: having' A CIBCm-ATION ' ;
LABQE2 BY 8TVEEAL THOUSANDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, oatslds of Cincinnati
Offers .'Facilities for Advertising
j " Which CANNOT IAIL to bring
(fpeodr.atnd RemanerstNT Retnrns
j To fhoss who take advantsgs of them. '
THE AVifcKKIiY STATESMAN,
Distribstsd ss It is through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage is valuable, and who seldom see the
Daily Editions of city Journals; and as only
A Limited Uumcer of AdYertuoments
... .,,,.....,(.,... . .
Am Inserted In Its columns, appoprlately and , ,
i TBST OaSSOT FAB. TO ' '
01 ALL I ..
Advertising In the W1IKLT STATESMAN will Bn
t a ": -' y 'j , . t sdrantsgons in :
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almott eertatn to follow an eitenirvedlssemle
'' J stlon '''' knowledge of their business ' ;'( .
AHOKGt COUKTEY ' DEALERS ! '
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ADVIRTI8IMJNT8 INTHNDKD ICR '
, 1 Should be handed In before Friday noon.
' REOOktlTKirDSTO BT THB LATB i
SIR A3TLEY COOPER,
rhe aekaowiedgsd Heads of the Prcdssston ts sltas
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The beet IMrintia. Ton In. anrl Tnvtemntni. ' ' Pha
Flneeit Extract of the ITALIAN JETNTPRB
Bffi&BX. .The Purest and Moat Coatlw Rfn Vr.
laat. 1 . . , . .' . i, . 1 - .. - i. ., :. ..
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES, ' '
i, .INVALUABLE TO THE' SICK. .
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
- For Bids. Plnta rhlartm v aswasrss
Droggist, Grocer, or Country Merchant,
' " t.nrtw an riti .inn.
t O N D O NxO I N S.
J . . iE ONLY 8ENUIHB ARTTCLB IS . - -
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
j Importers, 91 Liberty St
i'Bold In Columbus by
' McKlB k BS8TI1ATJX,
Wholesale' and Retail Grocers, (nteemaa Bonding.
" ' 4 0. A. WAGNKR, and Others.
In OtncinnaU, by . ,. SUIBB, B0E,8IBIN ak CO.,
. wcSO-deodatlrw " and others.
ANCT BIIKM HITKSa ..!,", ,-.-...p,'
t (. 1ANCY DRRKS BILKS, . lVt . ,
! , . SANUI DHBUS SILKS,
We Sft bow Offering ear hnmenes stoek of Taney Dress
Bilks prices less thin tree before offered In this city.
The attention -of the ladies wf this eRy audi vicialty is
SoHoltfdi as onr stock la ver aeleotsnd oompleVs ia all
grattesf foodsln ttits lias.?..' pITBBBAIR. .',.
" BdvSi. ' ' - ' Ko.'v Ssvta High street;"
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ITTI INVITB ATTKNTION to tome of the most eg'
Inordinary cures by my ,.-.. !.,. ,
" PECTORAL SYRUP.:;;;.;;
Th. an, .1 hnm. and BSV OUO whohtS dOUbtS Call ID'
S,nirs ol ins person wno nave pnu Biuwiy.i,,
I DR. KBT8BR 18 PRBPARBD At ANT II MB T(
SYiMINB I.IlNoa WITHOUT CHARGli FOB ALl
THOBB WHO NKKD 1IIB A1KDI01NK8. ,,; -
Uncling cured by DR. KKIBBR'B PECTORAL BYRUP.
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TV. V-was e 1m awlfsh Ksim Kshsawt Skvr1lfaMl With ft taeVtl
coutrn Ana aimcuiij 01 oratuiuir lor r i va!
t,Ds I I U K.J -H.llew li,paaaarl (n
Tiolence. The oomuUint haa ben bewltttry, and the
L. l . AH.s.J t.- u.ae.1 nkvtlplsnl ffjrilhntli ftn e
IltUl IPCTJU t.ivj nu ay srcTvataa f-'j --
lief. In thU tute of her c&m, I procured eont of your
. H . n v . I. . . m 1ft.
rectorai uougn syrnp. a nougun m m".i -
cent bottle, which relieved her very much i I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
the haa now no trace of the former disease, sxoept weak-
. . . . . .... . l . . . -A ,h.ulhlu m w .
nCSt. 1 WOUld BlflO Slaw Ul.k m uk, .vv
. . .i.t . ny, . (rh. mMliAlna enred ma bv tak
HII W. VW.k. MUU "B " . . T
, j t .nilM ...t.f. -linn lth th
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this if job
desire to ao eo.
T :.. . . AldermsBUUiVsra
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Vtt, Kitiie : Although not an adVocats'of Patent
Sledlrlnee, in general, n mmu m f
it is well worthy the sttenUon of any person ho Biay In
any manner be afflicted with soughs, colds and hoarseness
of an, hind, and for ths peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a ae-
, . nAM a. Immm In mv life, affected With the
severest of coldt and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed as to prevent my speaking above
awntsper. ana vj w.iub m .w. v. . - -
It wouia relieve mo wiuroij.
In leoommending this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
.. ... . , . T m... fnniul MinWflln. Ifl
say mat it ia ih iwai icuicuj r r -- -r
curs the above, nor should sny family be without this
remedy lorniseases eo preTu.. .
Yours, most respectfully, -
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Cltlaena' Deposit Bank.
o.,,,,. n . M.n-h w' iruo
I have used Dr. Keyeer's Cough Byrup for a bad eongh
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or several ear. siauuiug, wm vm --
IDC belt meoicino iur we sanw uin . " I S norms
COL. PRATT AND DR. KETBKR S PKOTORAL
BYRUP. Dk. Krvsas Dear Bin Bxcuas the delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. 1 take great pleasure ia saying that U it
all you say It is. M lenoacta vu nose tm otoj
and the worst one I waa ever afflicted with: I have not
need more than one-half of the bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give It ae fair a trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another such so
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. I am con
fident I oan breathe more freely than I ev-r did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing so
excellent a remedy. 1 on are uuerw tu um, m, "
to this regard, ss yon tnins proper a. . mm, ,
. Messenger Common Oouncil, Pittsburgh, Pa. ,
Pittsburgh, Slay 11, itu.
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-ciUeens, and
who entertain donbts can consult me personally.
X. 1. P.
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BEAD TUB TRUTH. Ds. Kivtxa: I have a daugh
ter who haa taken several sMdioiasa for a bad eough,
t,t,n.,t Kr.nr amnn. them Aver'a Cherry Pectoral.-
I purchased from you a bottle or your uivm.
BYRUP, and before she had need half a bottle ahe was
relieved. Ths second bottle cured ber entirely of her
. . JOHN DARIN., ..
A.U1UWH ..Ik-U fe, awui .
PiTTsatjaon, December, SI, 1B53."
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KBYBKR'A rBOTORAl
A .... 1 . t , , DKI ftAwn.kln m IliWllunW MMSntV.
I bad s coughing and spitting, whleh commeooed aoont
the 4tn 01 seoruary laei, ana ounuuuoo iBk uiuwa, -employed
the beet pbyeiotena in the country, and sny
ooueh continued anabated uaUl sarly in October. At
that time I was advised to try your PKOTORAL COUGH
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken one bottle I
waa entirely free from the conghlng and spitting. I bad
j 1 -f M,n. wall, anrl f ihlnk It .hntlrrd he
known that this valuable remedy will do for 0 the re what
It has done In my case. . JOHN 0. LITTLE.
Witness -jS St. Una. ... r-auwa wi""ip. r
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i , PattosT?., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Boms time ago, an old
naiohinr of nine was very 111 with a bad cough which
every one supposed to be consumption. Bis relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they beard ef
without benefit) hia orotner came to tee mm aio, ana an
were confirmed In the belief that he could not live. I
had about the third of a bottle of yonr Pectoral Bynrp,
which I gave him, and it entirely eared bint, to ths aetoa
lshment of all. What makes the case mors remarkable,
Is the extreme sge of the man, he being about eighty years
old. I havs no donbt ths Pectoral saved his life.
DB. KEYBKlVa PECTORAL BYRUP IN BLAIR8
VILLB. Please send ms another supply ot yonr valu
able Pectoral Byrup." Almost everybody Sronnd as
has the cold and are inquiring for "Dr. Keyeer's Pectoral
Byrup." Ws havs sold sixteen bottles Iset week, and are
w,- .ntir.lv nt. Mr. a. Alter and Mr. P. Mater, both
of Blairaviiie, Pa., tell ns they would not be without it
la their families. In fact, all who aas It once want It
again. Yours, respectfully,
I J. B. WATTKR30K It SONS..
January30, I860. , ..,.-, ;. n. 4
ANOTHER NEW CBRTIPICATEDR. EBTSER'l
PECTORAL BYRUP' I had been troubled with a cough
and cold tor several weeks eo bad was It that I could not
sleep. - 1 had ths advios and presoriptione from three of
the best physicians in ths city, whom 1 could name, but do
not do ao. I finally procured s bottle of yonr Pectoral
Byrup, which cured me entirely. ' Signed,
'V i. W.BIMONTON,
200 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan, 9, 1860.
'BT0P THATICOUGHING." 'How can I do It?' "Go
to Keyset's on Wood street and get a bottle of his Cough
Pectoial, and if that don't cure yon, yonr case mutt be
desperate Indeed." Thle Is a specimen of the eolloquy
one bears almost every day in cold catching pertodeof
the year. And we can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In the adviser's admonition as above, for we
have tried the "Pectoral." In a moot stubborn case, with
en tire encores. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the most distressing, oontmry, mulish, an
sabduabls coughs we ever experienced since onr advent
noon this mundane sphere. We eoughed steadily and
laboriously for one whole week, In hopes of llrtnot. out,
but It waa no go. In fact It seemed rather to have im
proved by practice, and to have acquired atrength.potea
oy and dUtreuUfility by the operation. In this stage of
the siege, we couched our way to Keyeer's, 140 Wood Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "I'ectoial(" took it
according to directions, and in forty-eight hoars ws were
master of ths field, the enemy having unconditionally
surrendered, alter a brief but unequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary as Keyeer's famous "Cough
Pectonl."-intciteviils Clipper, Dot. 14, 1850.
'Bit. KEYBER'8 PECTORAL BYRUP Is prepared and
old hy Dr GB0RGB II. KEYBEB, 140 Wood street,
- IO 8d 10 Columbus by ROBERTS 4 SAMUEL.
r-pOOTHACHE BEMEDV, ;,.;;'
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' A SURE. CURE '---' -
Prepared end sold by
' Price, SS cents.
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140 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
' S7 Bo,1 ln Columbus by ROBIRTB fc 8AMUEL.
nolV7:2iewdilm. . . i,.1-' , .
WatoheiJ Diamonds!! Silrer Ware!!!
A CHOICE A SOIITIHEUT OF GOL0
and Silver Watches, In great variety. .' 1 1-.
I am Agent for the Aaxau.ii Watch Co , and otn
ell (hese exoeljent Watches at manufacturers' ptices.
either Wholesale or Betall. - ' -J-
Come and choose fiom my beantlfnl display ef Dav
monds and other rich Jeweliy. Styles new prlcee low.
, . As to Bilver Wars of sterling quality, I can show new
patterns, very handsome - - v, ,1 L
Silver Plated Wars, Tea Be Its, Urns, Walters, Csstors,
Baskets, Pitchers. Goblets, Knives, Porks, Spoons, lu.
rin T h a snnnlv of fine Table Cutlery. Pocket
Knives, Eaaors, eo., and many fancy Goods such at
are desired for present at each prlcee as are aa Induce
ment to the purchaser. , 1 1 r. jsuasjei,-, ,
, ... . . No, 10 Buckeye Block,
!msrS. North side State House square.
QOIaDEN Hil l. BJHinTBs. Wr - .,
. GOLDEN HILL 8HIRT8, ' ' '
T ; GOLDBN HILL SHIRTS. " '
The pattern ot these shirts are new. - The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeves and bosoms are formed to fit ths person with saas
and eomfort. Ths mark upon each ons designating ths
stae may be relied on aa being correct, and each shirt Is
guaranteed well made.- A fall stock of ell qualities
constantly for sals at ;, r - ,BAI?'8 ,
BovS4. - . Ho. 49 Soafh High stresl.
STEI-fcA SHAWIiSI ITEILA
BHAWLBI I la all SeelraSieeolore, and at very
treat bargains.- k . "e.1". "V",
"fo. S9 louth High street.,
apri 19 . .
BLACK BTIIA W BIWNKTB A IIiS
sgant Ribbons, la great variety at BAIsl'B, - .
no. v, niga street.
1 i ll it
By ths ass of thsss PI1U ths periodlo attacks of JVef
tows r Btct Etadatk maybe prevented; and If taken
at ths oetnassaossaent of an attack Immediate relief from
pelnend sickness will beobUlned. . . ; , . , ,
They seldom fall In removing the Jlautta and
ocA to which females are to inbje.it. -
They act gently upea the bowels removing OotH-
sgt, iTilii.f.'-j. i.i: .-Vy'cij -. '.) 1 1 ;': . '1-' ,
fof -iAUrary Mm, Htudmtt, Dellcata Female
and all pertont of Udentary habit; they are valna
u a Laaativt, Improving ths appeiitt, giving ton
Vigor to ths dlgestlvS organs, and restoring the natnr
elastloity and strength of the whole system. '
THE OBPHALIO PILLB srs ths result of long lnves
Ugatlon and carefully eondneted experiments,' having
bsea la ass many years, daring which time they have
prsrsnted and relieved s vast amount of pain and suffer
log from Headache, whether originating in the turnout
system or from s deranged stats of tns nomacn, ...
Chsv are entirely vegetable in tneir composition, an
mar be taken st tUti2.es with perfect safety without
msklBg sny change of diet, and th aieencs of any
dUaorttaUt tatU rtndtrt it taty to adminOttr them
V '' BEWARE 01 COUNTERFEITS I ''
the lenntns have firs signatures of Henry 0. Spalding
on sash Box. " "
' Sold hy Druggists snd all other Dealers ln Medicines
A Boa will bs sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of ths
Zxrloe9 BO Cents.
AU orders should be addressed to 1 : , , :
- HENKY C. SPALDING,
' 1 4SOet)ar Street, New Yorh.
THB PbUOWlNO ENDORSEMENTS OP
j WIXI CONTINOH AtL WHO BUPPIB PEOM
Y ; 1 :r i ; '.. that A f j'-.; ; ' ',
' SPEEDY AHD SUEE CUBE
.": j IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. f-
At thtt Tutirrumialt inert vntolkUtd ty Ms. Spals
Mi they ajora vnqutmtonaoie provj uj m
. caoy of thit truly ecitntific ditcorery. ,
1 '" . .'"?' MASOUvruji, Oomt , Peb. 5, 1801 .
Ma; SfAUMxa. . - -,..,
. - Ria-
I have tried your Oephalio Pills, and I 111 them to
IBM that I want yon to send me two aonmr. wurw uiuic,
Part of these are ror tne neignoora, 10 wnom 1 gars
few out of the first box I got from you.
Send the Pills by mail, and oblige .', r '
. . 1 - Your obt Servant, ' -J
'.,;.. JAMES KENNEDY.
...., HAVSJt0SB,PA.,Ieb. 6, 1861.
Ua. BSALDIMO. i-i
I Wish you to send ms ons mors box of yonr Cephallo
Pills, i have rsceteeo a gnat aet 0 wnm
1 soars, respeciiuiiy,
.:' 1 , JiARY ANN pioiKnoyss
i ' ' StmncsCssssT, HcrnsoTOH Co., Pa
Jannary 18, 1861. .
'Yoa wUl please send me two boxes c. yonr Osphslli
Puis. Bend them immsaiateiy. . ,.
JNO. B. STMONS.
P. B.fhave uttd on loa of your Stilt, and find
lhmocUnt. .. , . .. .
1 ,! Bixxb 7o, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1661
r, a - . . . ,
im.1 w. .ran"., aw, , - -
Pleaaw find enclosed twenty -five otots, for which ssnd
me another box of yonr Oephalio Pills. They art truly
th tmt fat Ihav ever trtta. - ,
Direct - -A.BTQYBB.P. M.,
' ! j, .. j Belle Vernofi, Wyandot Co., 0.
s ' ; iitti Bsvaaiv, Mass,', Deo. 11, I860.
H.O. SrAiBixo, Esq. - -.
I wish for tome circulars or large show bills to bring
year Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo
mers. If you have anything of ths kind, please send to
One' of my customers, who li subject to severe Sick
Headache, (usnally lasting two dayo.) teas cured of an
attack in on hour by your P0U, which I Sent her. '
. , Respectfully yours, ,
. i . , w . 0. n.un.1.0.
-'L , ' BsTsouMisusa, PsAnusi Co., Onto,)
'.: 1 '. '.-' January fl, 1861. . f .
Hxmv 0. BsAtBisa, :
. . No, 48 Cedar St., M. Y. ; , ., ..' . ,
Inclosed find twenty live cents, (25,)' tot wlilch tend
box of "Cephalic Pills." tend to address 01 iter. wm.
0. PlIler.Reynoldsbnre;, Iranklln Cc.Ohio.
Tour Pill work lit a tharmeur Diadatht at'
motttnttanter. ... . . ...
Trulyyours, ' ,",
,k., . WM.C.PHLEn.
:i:U. . .; -..
YrsiLAMTJ, Mica., Jan. 14, 1861.
Net long since I sent to yon for a box of Cephalic Pills
for tbe cure of the Nervous Headache and Oostlvenesa,
and received the same, and they had to flood aa effect
that Jvat induced to unaor nun. -Please
ssnd by return snail. Direct to
, . i, , . a. R. wheeler,
x YpeilanU, Mich.,'
i from tha Examiner, Norfolk, Ta.
Cephallo Pills accomplish ths object for which they
were maue, via.: unre ot neoaacue in an ue lunna.
. I .' Prom ths Examiner, Norfolk, Y. " ' -
' They havs bsea tested in more then a thousand eates
with entire success. .. - , . , .
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f' Prom ths Democrat, Bt. Cloud, Minn. , ,
- If vnn are. or have been, troubled with the headache
tend for a box, (Oephalio Fills,) so that you may have
themlncaaeol anattaca. - -
'"V"T"CJ f r
-1 1 Prom the Advertiser, Providence, Mr U -
The Cephalic Pills are said to hs s remarkably effective
remedy lor tne aeaascne, ana, one 01 mo. very nest ror
that very frequent eompiaint.wnicn nas ever seen aia
eovared. . ', . ....... j -i- .i ..
Prosj ths Western B. B. Gtssttt, Chicago, II.
Ws heartily endorse Mr. Spanldlng, and bis unrivaled
... '.'(.' ! aBSavataatsass ' V '1 '
Prom ths Kanawha Valley Star, Kanawha, Vs. '
Ws are sure that persons suffering with ths beadschs
who try them, wiU stick to them.
.1 """"" - ,' " ; ..!.::
' Prom the Bonthern Path Binder, New Orleans, Ls.
Try theml yon that are afflicted, and we are ears that
your testimony oan be added to the already numerous
Hat that haa received benefits that no other medicine can
prodnoe. ''; " ' '
' i ' Prom ths Bt. Lonij Democrat. '
The Idbvsbss demand lot ths srtiols (Cephallo Pills
Is rapidly increasing,. . r (. .
Prom theflaaetto, Davenport. lows.
Mr. Spalding would not connect hit cams with sn sr
ttelehedid aol Anew to pewess realmsrtt,. 1... j . ...
H3A single bottle of aPALDlBG'B PREPARED
GLUE wiU save tea times its coat annually .11
' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE t ; :
1 SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I--
' ,. , SPALDING'S PREPARED. GLUE J; ,r.
,l';,:i ' BAY! IHIPIIOEBI ''r-i-
' " lOONOKYI' , . . -.., rii..;l)ISPATOHI t I
" ) HU'A Brnca is Turs Bavss Jtora."II i
As accidents will happen, svsa In wsll regulated fam
lliee, It la very desirable to have some cheap and con
venient way for repairing furniture. Toys, .Crockery,
. "! - 'BPALBHf 08 PBEPABBD OLUB ":' ''
meets sll snob SBwrgenetes, and ae household eaa sfford
to bs wlthoul; it,. . .t is always ready, and up to the stick
tng point.' " '
,, ' p.-. i'TBBYUIi W ITIBT HOTJSl." :' ;
- . B.-ABrath t-oermipsniss escb! bdttls. "' "'' '
eentg. ' 1 Addreea, ' ' "' .,-- .'
i ,..,, ..,,.Jm o.BPALDiNc.
; , j .J:,". " So. 48, Cedar Street, New York.'
.j ; IX OAOTWrT; ! t ;;; '
Aj'ftertii Bflprtneipled personV are Attemptlnl'to
Pilot Off on ths unsuspecting public Imitations or toy
RIPARED 6LUB, I would caution Sll persons to ex
Santas before' vnrchiutr.e snd tee that tne full name,, '
irtr'HrALUlHU B FKUfARBU UliU SJIl
S tlatmlatds wrapper, all ethers are swlodliogeog
A - 1 a ' , " WlsW
OF THE' AGE.
KENNEDY. OF KOXRURYI
has discovered In one of oar oommon pasture weeds
remedy that cures . , ,
Every Kind of Humor,
i .'..'., PROM ; .
The worst Sorofnl down to a eommon rimpla.
Hs has tried It In over eleven hundred eases, and nev
er failed except In two eases, (both thnnder humor.) Hs
has now ln his possession over one nnnarea oeruncstes 01
Its value, all wltnin twenty miles 01 Boston.
Two bottles are warranted to ears s nursing tore ,
One to three bottles will ears the worst kind of Plmplsi '
on ths face. . - . . j, i
Two or three bottles win clear tne system or sues.
Two bottles srs warranted to oars ths worst canker In
ths mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottles srs warranted to oars ins worti
kind of Krytipeles. ' ,
One to two bottles are warrantea to oure an nnmor m ,
the Byes. - ' ' '
Two bottles srs warranted to ours running o ths ssrs -
snd blotches among the hair. ,
yonr to six botles are warrantea o cure corrapt ana
running ulcers. ,.
Une bottle will cure scaiy eruption 01 u s.ui.
Two or three bottles are warranted to ours ths went .
kind of ringworm. . ,
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Tnree to four oottiesare warrantea to cure sau-nutum.
Plve to eight bottles will cure ths worst case of scro
fula. I . - , .
A benefit Is slways experienced from the first bottle,
t perfect cure Is warranted when ths above quantity Is
" , BOXBUBY, HA8B. '
Dias Mabam: Ths reputation of the Medical Die
edvery. In curing all kinds of humors, Is to well sttab-
llsl ed by the unanimous voice 01 sn wno nave ever nsea 1
jt, that I need not say anything on the subject, ss ths ,.
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggists In
the country are unanimous In its praise. "
In presenting the Medical Discovery to yonr notlcs, I
do It with s full knowledge of its curative power, In re
llevlng all, and curing most of those dueaaea to which
yon are unfortunately ao liable. That moat excruciating
disease to an affectionate mother,
'- - j N CUBING NOME IttOKTH, ,
Ts cured as if by a miracle; your own temper la restored
to its natural sweetness, and yonr baba from ahort and
fretful naps to calm and tweet slumbers; snd the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
' In the more advanced ttages of
Itextendt to theitomaoh .causing
which ts nothing bnt canker on ths stomach; then to ths
creating a sinking, gone feeling, and an Indifference svss
to ths caret of your family.
. Your stomach is
' HAW AND IIVFIiAJTIED, "
yonr food distresses you, snd yon can only take certain
kinds, and even of that yonr system does not get hslf
ths nourishment it contains, as the scrlmonons fluid of
the canker eate it up; then yonr complexion loses Its -bloom
and becomes sallow and greenish, and your best
day ia gone. For want of nourishment yonr system be
comes loose snd flabby, snd ths fibres of yonr body bs
ooms relaxed Then follow a train of diseases which ths
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
Palpitation of the heart, pain in the tide, weakness o
the spine and small of the hack, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire. Irregularity of the bowels, and slot,
that most excruciating of disesses, ths
' How many thousand of poor women are suffering frost -this
disease and pining away s miserable life, and their,
next door neighbor does not know the cauae. I with to
impress on your mind that good old proverb,"An ounce
of prevention it better than a pound ol curs," In ths -
- ItlEDlCAL DISCOVERY
yon hsve both the preventative snd ths ears, with this '
great snd good quality, that It will never, under any
circumstances, do yon any injury. , ,
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY -ia
stpedaly Intended for diseases of the blood, bat since
Us Introduction in the Western Btstes, It Is found to bs
that was ever before the public. . . ' - '
No change of diet ever necessary eat the best yos can
and get enough of It.
DistoTioRs roa use Adulta ons table spoonful psr '
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight years, tea spoonful. Aa no directions
can be applicable to all coniitotlons, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day. , ,
Price 1.00 per bottle. Por y every druggist In
tha United States. sepSl-detwly.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
ii air mumnRATfin
iinni .in 1 iMwim 1 wis
An Effective, 8afe and Economical
' , vnn pir.HTnniMfi r.Rtv itatp - .
I VV va- we st. jwJt.aatia
To it original color witnonc aywng, ana prereoung ia
nair lrum lurumggnja. . - v
.. it'OR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And earing It, when there is ths least particle of vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF '
1 Andallcataneoassffectiohs of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It sn nneqaled gloss snd brilliancy, making L
itwti vim. 1 - - a - .
ibs great celebrity snd increasing demand ror this on
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that ons
trial Is only necessary to satl-fy a discerning public of Its
superior qualities over any other preparation ln use. It
oieanses the bead and scalp from dandruff and other
giving it a rich, soft, glossy snd flexible appearance, and .
also, where the hair is loosening ana winning, it win give -strength
and vigor to the roots and restore the growth to
hose parte which have become bald, causing It to yield s ..
ph oovering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen In New 1
York who have had their hair restored by the use of Ibis
Invigorator, when all other preparations havefalled. L.
M. has in his possession letters Innumerable testifying
k. .hnn fnj,.. fmm n.renns of tha hirrhflart radsactA
blllly. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of ills; and In cases where'tho hair ..
h. iMi chinned 1U color, the use of the Invlrorstor
will with certainty restore It to it to its original bne, giv' '
Ing It B uarx glossy appn.ruuB. ... a irvriuoiv ivr tuv
toilet and a Hair Restorative it it particularly recom- .
mended, having an agreoaoie rragrauce; ana tne great ia- '
ellitlea it affords In dressing the hair, which, when moist :
with the Invigorator, can bs dressed in any required "
ronB U H WUIOVI,. , ia la.- ."..".I pwupi m. v..m, '
hence the great demand for it by the ladles ss s standard
inn., .vtinU which none onffht to be wilhont.aj tbe nrlce
places It within ths reach of sil, being
1 : Only Twenty-Five Cents
perbottle.'tobe had aP sU respectable Drugglstt snd
Ii. MILLER would call the attention of Parents snd
Guardians to the use of hit Invigorator, in eases where
the children's hair inolinea to bs weak. Ths use of it
1... ,h fnnnii.tinn toe a oood head ot hair, as It re
moves any Impurities that may havs become connected .
with the scalp, ths removal of whlob Is necessary both -for
the health of ths child, snd the future ppearancs of -r
Its Hair. I
Oaotioh. None genuine without the tw-slmlls LOUIS
UTtrWL, kalaa M, ,t. m, la. .rMM,, ArM. T, . tiff,, ,
LBR'B HAIR INVIGORAIOBi N. Y., blown la ths, ..
Wholesals Depot, 96 Dey street, snd sold by sll ths
principal Merchants sad Druggists throughout ths world
1 Liberal dlseount to purchasers by ths quantity.
. J .,'.t . ,'. nk.II. .V
I also desire to preeent to toe anrancan r uuuo my
., . m . ....Ttatm-i Tir.flviTllrTjnTf.
HAW A JJkf ISUAVIaUl H,HakH.akHVWS
LiyUlU HAIi. UYt,
which, after years' of scientlflo experimenting, I hsvs
brought to perfeotlou. H dyes Black or Brown instantly -wilhoutlnlury
to the Hair or Bklnt warranted ths Net .
article of the kind ln existence.
, ( PRICE, ONLY CO CENTS.
Depot, 56 Dey . St, New . XorK. ;
or-HrtSiwiv.- - . ' -
"A iladieV linen Pocket-Handk's-, .. .
kerchiefs very wide heme ' , - .!'
, Embroidered LlneB Handk'S sll prices. ,,,) 1,
Hemmed Btilched and plain do, do. ' . "
do do colored borders.' ' ' 1
' ifonrnlog do ' V ; black borders v i ';.' "
r ! doi,- -de-'l I . new sty Is cross ttiWhed. ,r.
Pine Apple do , , new patterns. 1 Jo:,
Mi,se.' Plain and Hemmed Stitched do all prices.
Comprising the most select atrtmenlintheelty ana
St loeet prises.. i. .. . j f r BAIW Ss Bun. n
- . . . . r. . ,nk. Olaaa,. i
tenas , i t , no. w nouui un" ;,
GSBlf-TI- IE .SX .HBL1.S. rVK I,,sn,P,
NoVeltietlnNeekT.ee end Soarfs. .- '
" i ; " Bjroo and Oarrote Collars. . ,. , .
1 . J -.-uBmbW.aersdp,K,etHndkeithiers-''-Psrls
Kid Gloves taptrlor naks. - v... M '1
Oolden Hill Bhlrta, various styles.' .
Boys' Go Idea Hii I Bhlrta, -; I
priving and Wtieetti levee, do - ,,,.
' ': Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, rsrlonS stytes. '"
1 Hslf Hose snd Under Garments,, ' " 3
. .1 I , DAW de BON,
- sprilS -i; ' ''''-'-. No.MBouttiHlghstiset. '
WIPE IflANTLE BARAGGS, BOXU
Whits snd Black, just received at ' ' ' . '
.'.yS -V-3 1 ' .:...,.. :.t, BAMS-.,
a arrwtr MnTSfii VICT0RINB8 andCUirS WS sr
ill now selling st very low prices, slso all other kind
put a BANE.
No. 0 Bob th High St.
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