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TOE iflli STATESM1141 '
rviUHKKD ajrTBB roLLovnrs
aj lm.nrtka. i..
faieopies ob ju......
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'. oopttjs ono rr .- ......
vVEirmiNB HATR .FOR DAILY? STATESMAN
IjOCAT. KOTfOM. M TiCB bit Hne Mi-h ImsrffaB.
4 imniiM K&tm rB Tbi-W imr 8tat-
aw ts oenti per sqaar Men inMrtiom for thrw
Jontfai or ionjec. fe dUeon( of oae-Bi tnm Cvily
immsim fob Wnnr rirtratK-Bl.eo
Bar Kiwra lor firet iormttaa. 76 noU for bboo. ad
tlitioaal irwertron, - ' ,
Buwkbbb Norton, M eentk B0h ioMrttoB.'Ji
NoricBsor UsATBB.Uceat.. ----r-,-.-. . s-.:
J. OTIC OF MiKltlAOM, tSotrJ-l. . ii.,t. ,
KKT.lGlnrg JiOTicvs. blf orioe. ' '
jtatrnmtltmt mit jiiurniiin unit pmM farmt
f T5 tl Co! t3 K. (3 00 W 00 ti 0nl(M0fl 50
t tlM S00 460 00 O0 3500)600(1 100
. t 8 , 4 SOl 15 0 M HI M 00 M 160
.oo u o oo soixi ueouetM 19
6, 4 60 '9 OOj 13 0(1 17 001 40 Oil H 00 140 00 S5
H jk laoujii-oa m ml m oo ti so 190 w sis
M - too 18 ouj in so 3seu3ooissootua tw
14 10 0 SO ! 81 m 40 00 S 00 13ft HIK.S U0 446
90 IS 00 94 00 35 00 4 00 70 M 1 60 00 iSS Oil 600
MOO 7 OO S l 54 fW n 00 105 OClSSS M 650
K MM MOOittiO HH WKIIII WlMO BM
0) IS 00j 34 00 '4 901 W Ouj. M1M OdSO tOI M0
Arrfivtoot, Ciil Kmrineor, to. '
Offica ver tha atranai KxebanirBiilt
. 31 ATT0BJSEYS:u
-ATTORNEV 8 ill.? 13
. OffiM,K..estoBtli High ttrtwt. Amboa Bnild
.-,:;--v,:-'.',. " - -
J'AJSEI ... tSt'LA . ,- . -- - r-. j-
' ArroaNKV-AX-LAW A MA.V0R. ;
" MajtrBfOflieB.' '
DWiKD T, DtliNti
AituiuiAl-ailiaw horary fobiio..
TOAUiii ifA T-LA W A Notary t afclie.
UBMe ui BaratU liirtt atreet
AUCTION 'AND COMMISSION
JtB. BBAaVte" ''-t A -V -1"' ' T, .vaa -e
Aaeaieoeer sad DeaVer.in Real Estate Hoaae
hold Uooda. VlalAtiic and oti na, .. - - -
Ko. 7 West Broad street.
GEOKliS M A V EK, .. 5 .
. r ; Barber and Hair Dresser.. Hot i
Baths. ' pasement Postoffioe B iildim.
na,B00Kt BINDERS. ?
O Book Binders Blank Book MxinfactnrerL
IViaUrs and fabiisbera.
' .a. 144 Soath .High street. ut reoeirad. aa
lfMt assortment. , Jiew stjlea. low pricea.. W
diea. pieaae call.
I iti c ,- . , , ,,,, ,: : -n -
XJ . U the aeted boaee for toed Boots and Shoes
at low prices, Aew Stock jntt received-
iu ku-iji uv fc-.-l. South High ctreet.
obi ! son 'co . "TT- '
Dealers in Fittebargii anoTOhioCoal.
.-, 1 i.-t ,, , No.2l horth Hishatreet:
Hrrictt AC son, 7 r-rr.--:
CommifHioa. r'oraardinj and Prod ace Mer
chants, dealers in Urain, Flour, 4oM 87 W broad
Btreea.-i .tiUvu j;t.:A ,bxa isv;v... :
M-Jm Manufacturers and JJealers in Freneh,' Qer
Biaaaad Amarioaa Uorseta. Alan Hoop fkirts.
-n IS) Opera Hooae-.'
CROCKERY,' &c: 'z;
7Aa. tLTON, !- .-. .
, .Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia China,
Qoeei.iwaje.OUws, 1'iated Uooda, Lamps and Lamp
rixturea. - - 46 Ntjrth Hifen street.
- I t-rill,
Jw-. hn porter and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ia Crockery. China, Ulaas.aJnUery. plated Uooda,
Coa) UilXamB,A.l , i .
' tS9 Soath HigTi street. ' .
". .' " o 18 East Broad street,
Weai'a to be thefts.
aW IJNN, DEHTIST.-Tbe beit stylet
of Dentistry including Dona's Improrea
aiioeral Plate.- Offios, MandU Opera Block- . .'
e - Dealers ia Dry Woods, Notions, Carpets, OP
Clothe, Mattings, shades, date. Caps ana jFurs,
earner Hign atid Friend streete. 1
J.JOi. USBvUN as -0.f ii.-o i; i-.- . I -et
. - ' , i 143 South High street
Carpets, Mat tinra. Oil CIotaa,Uajttaiaa, Sta le and
Fano Dry Uooda. -- . , ..
I.J .'A. act. aa.-A'jaaf.-. T-...vt:i
P Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
jraBv rj.Uaadav aad aaaafaetarar of Ladies'
123 S. High aireet. -
TTOCH TM AITf AH J HOB U WOtttJ.
X? F Kram A Co., eaah dealers ia Dry Uveas and
Aott jia, Jan couth soarth street. - . i - -
1 AxTI NAU4ila 'ON, c:i co e ;-.
fj Wholesale, and Retail D rater 4a Dry Oooda,
fteaghboo Building, bom. liM aad booth Hign
street. ; . , ... .
KaaN K ON 4C Ulbfilfl, . ..:- ,.,
pealera la Staple and Faoey Dry Goods and
Oents'tornuhiog Uoods.Jlo. Aiaeil House.
l l-Jaaaar, iat A V at sjO.
VJT Dealers ia Staple and laoo 7 Dr Ooodavi
... j JiQwiMatoath tiiah-street.
A. li. AaaaJe.aAOUll At. :;rr to-pi s-
a Foreign and Domestio Dry Qood. doth,
artvatev- aMAitlSoBth Highstreet. " T
DRUGGISTS. ?! -AWi
DkiAHrV aBti STOaaai. -' v- :'; L
- um c JOHN rJ. lttBlfiRTS.
Draggiat aad ADotheearr. !.nlv
a jotm mgn street
W HULKS A LEA RE f AIL DRUGGISTS
' 1(UI kL. I 1 - L . ' . ,1
uvmw mu L?,., vMNiiaivua, v
aaaarai- - .
AJ Whiaeaale.and Retail Druggist, aad Dealers
la Proprietary lied to uvea. - , . , , .
- rlortk aieh Streeii i
.ry iSNGRAVERS, ,
KICMKal at MOOttE, j
iieairnera. tmwi aad Publishers. ' Nota
rial aad other aeala eograred to order. . - .
horn UI7 and MB Soath High street- .
,g sviTJRNITURB, &c.
, . a .i mm urr. ' . acaai a'at '-.a
i-' .Manafactarers and Wholesale aad Retail Deal
ers in.uxnilure. vnairs, aswsami no. -i
..Jto. 3M1 Seath High St. (opera Honse).
ff L) . . . . r. ... r(.l
Maoataowreraoi nraaeiaaa-FHriitturv. uwe
sale aad. itetaU. VVararooiB, S. 7 and S Uwyaue
Block.. . ,.. , (, i,
HOUSE FURNISHING. -
J Dealer-iM..u. -rrn...
BisuingUuoaa. AUo, 'lia,tjopper and Sheetlroa
" - - ' a- test Town Ttreet.
AKENSAt BTUABx; - " ' .?fc-ii.-i 5
. ,JiS?: i"Tn"h,n5 ,od. Mantles. Grates,
tapper, lin and Sheet Iron. Stores and Mantlet!
. t . ' . aua Soatn Hi.h atreet.-
a TUfll,TYLOHA Hliaa-.
-tV. Dealers io Hardware, aonaaFurnUhina Gondii.
Marble and Siata MaaUes. Urates. &l VTti?V.:
yaraae.Aa. : . i Jlarth Higf stieet "
atAiikO ; : oi i..-iM.-a ...
Manufaetnrer and Wholesale Dealer in H
Skirt aad Corsets. Also, dealer ia Berlin ZoDha
aad Fancy Uooda, W Soath Highstreet..
OWE SEWING MACHINE.
. AXTELL, ;" - r -'
Dealer in MnitiAal HanKanf1ia. Rnnl a. Sta
tionary and Fancy Goodi (anarally. Special Aaent
for thaclabratadlia4 Howe Oold Medal 8ewinc
Machine. Kava South HiaO atraei.
HATS & CAPS.
f RS. Ifl. Itl. LACF.
Snfleecanr to K . I.nn f Dealer ill T?a!jl. Cana.
Fori and Straw Uoodi Vest South Hich rtraet. ,
j----- ' (Sian Uolden Hat)
NATION AA. HOTtL, .
-. ... - ' ; Opposite Depot. ' ' ;
. J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
UMTfcO SI 4TES HOfeii. '
Corner High and Town s tree t. i '
j ; -. - - E. J, BLOUN f. Proprieton
Corner Kearth A - Friend ata. Commodiona
hooaa and axteasire stable.
t ....... :. .... . . 1m A. BOWEBS, Fropriator.
- s3 Kontk Hia-h rtreet. Qood irtablina attaeh-
4 to premuea.
- yt r.. inAJtncttrropnwar. '
, laranco Uoo, any. Aeveta, $16.' 90.000. K
VXM. JAMISUJN, Aeot.Uolauibul.U.
NBWKIRK MILTEBEHeeH, 1
Cpmpinj., , v . j. . , . , No. Opera, Honaa. ; :
INSCKANCB '.COiHPAN Y OF
La At - . atat a. A A aftAatf! K1 A QT7
MJ. (Jolnmbon, O
C it. BAjvEK, Seo'y. : ,
c ... Office. Nos-BATOpersHovaB -
H '' MHiLINERY GOODS. '
"Wholesale and Retail M illinery Oooda.
. 191 8. High street. Opera House Block.
t. A. DOWNING. . ' - j -. .
Dealer in Millinery. Straw. Groods and Trim
ming. Ko. 7 Morth Hiah street. ,
l"-'-H. W1LKIE. : - ' -- ' '- i"
(J e - Dealer in Milliner. Press and Cloak Trim'-1
m on a raney uoeaa.)' iao rvoutnnim atreeu
SCH At HA 178 EN Ac OHLLEBE",
Merehant Tailors and Dealers ia Uenta' Far-:
No. 58 North High street.
C'':W". NISWAKDEBt -"
r Merobant Tailor and Dealer in Gehts" Fnr-'
aishing Uooda.. rAlo agent for the Diamond Hbirta.:
t - ... ... 11 Soath Hh street. . i
THK OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
A A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Genu'
sait -made to order j
Rrady-made Clothing al-5
ways on baaa . -.t i., i
JOHN V. HICKENBACHEK,' ; :' '
Merehant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and '
Uenta' Famishing Goods. - , - : .
j . ... No. 81 North High street. -
JOHN HUNTER, -! : T." ..;...t.j
MERCHANT TAILOS. K0 Soath High St.
Choioe stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
AHDUliWi A HULL, ... . r
N'bSI T I p ft i r Rfvn1rnllMra mnA 13tatlAnaM.
No. 65 South High street, nex' door to PostotSce.
FUEaf. UML.IT1ANN,' ,
News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind-.
er. ruhueationa in both German aad Eng.ieh. ' -
,..t. ,8B1 Mouth High street, v
I . PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDHCWS, rEKKV ACO i - i i
ManufausturerB and Dealer in Wrir.in Tint-
ing and Wrapping Paper. aaA 85 North High St. ,
NI-VINS At HfVEKS, ' ...-. i - - -
-''Dealers in Prtntina-. KnnV. 'Writing and Vinai
Paper 36, 38 A 40 Korih High streets .
BALDWIN Ac oTEVENH, - , . ,
,. PHOTOGRAPHERS. ." -. ;
, . . . ei. aoum rugn street.
J1..JI. ELLIOfT, ,
PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 Soath High street.
rictares made in every style and sise.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc, eto.,
1 '' .' '". No. 83S South Highstreet.
E,- IW. DOWNS n.,9...
No.' 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Ere. Ear. Heart. Thniatand l.trnn. Alan HiramA
of Women and Cbilden. -
" : -si';, c.
JF. HAMRIS & CO.,
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
Co. 'sand Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also. Organs,
Melodeons and other mnaical iostraments.
. .' ... . . , 36 North High ttreet..-
J..JiB'000!r '-ti.,' - '! !.! l'i t-'il-i
e -Acent for Chickerint's and Emme-son's Pi
ano. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sbcl Musio.
- ,' at oouin Hign street.
, RESTAURANT, k
BANK EXCHANGE REHTAUBANTt
Corner State and H ich rtreets. , . , , .
- , - CHiRLKi" MYER. Proprietor." ,
! SEWING MACHINES.
A El HA SBWiNG ntCHINEH,
tL The heat in the wnrM Niw. 1 and 1 Otw.
House. - W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Rl. uilnBiu to.. ..
a' Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry,
Plated war, Spectacles. Ac., No. 11 Ea.t Town
street,'- .-' ' . -
GATES Ac HARRINGTON.; : '
(Suceessors to Wm. Blyon) dealers In' Dia
monds, Watoh s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aad Spec '
tacles,: No, 8 eil Hoare. ' - . . . i
a : Wholesale and Retail dealers In Watches.
Clock and Ja-weh-. ,Nt. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY - WHOLESALE.1
BANCiKOFr BHt, A CO., . - - -
; Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notion.
- ) - - 3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
REED. JUNES Ac CO.. -; . ..:.ii
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers ia Bnota
and Shoes: ' ' No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO,
, all wham it may eoneern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, aa Independent Baaking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking company at the City ol Cleveland.
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
the Sute Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 4th. 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and dosing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said rttate of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety percent, of the maximum
amount of its oircnlatinr notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hare provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer, :
Secretary and -Auditor ef State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemDtion of its ontatajidinr nntea M
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, whtr
said City Bank is located. -.- t
Done by order or toe coara or Directors or the
Citv Bank f Cleveland, J ulj 9th. l68. r
i LEiiUEi WICK, President. .
A EE PERSONS. -WHO HAVE LEFT
work for repair at T. Anderson' Carriaae
Manufactory and have aot called for it. are hereby
nonaed tbat soeh work as has been on hand for four
months, er over, will be sold at publie auction, on
the corner of State and High str ets, unless called ,
fox andeha ces p.id within thirty da from date. -
,Colnmbn',O..Sept. 81. 1868. sept31-dltaw3w-
''.I -? ' "BARK OP COMMERCE,'
- Clevslamo, May sa, m68 i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TOXHK
holders of the outstanding notes of the lata
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested
that after tbe expiration of six months from this
date, application will oe made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to raid
Bank the st oks deposited to secure tbe outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of tbe forti
first (40 aeotiun of the aot to authorise Free Bank-
..psed a&WlNS .President"
' H. ft. Hcblbut. Cashier. maris d6m
. The Sisters of St. Mary V,
OF THE SPRINGS, RECENT EV OF'
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 1868. For Board and
T:tnn tk .on IlUa,. B90. aennrdtnar tn thada.
partmenlof 'thep ipilw - - ' - SR. ROSE. Sup't,
Address Box 161. au3-dtf
FEMALES, OWING TO . THE
peculiar and important relations which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
aiid the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
cpntribute in no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. ; Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
can long be -suffered to run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. The sex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which ' will ' be
found efficacious in relieving an J curing
almost every one of thosfi troublesome
wyuj jjiaiiiko pcbUAiar irU tut? sex.
HELM BQL1TS '
extract w mm.
j Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug '
gists snd doctors, who either merely tan-
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worsen
I. would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice; to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although' it may
be produced from .excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious em-
. i '- . '-.- . --
ployment, unwholesome air . and food,
profuse menstruation; the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to. the mucous membrane of tbe
vagina itself. , . ' . .. r '
When reviewing the cansps of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent" -upon : them.!: It is but simple
justice to the subject, to enumerate a few
6f the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of .woman in all classes ot society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
ess. directly, the . welfare of the entire
human family." The mania 'that exists
for precocious "education and marriage,
causes the years-that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of - dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the;, bll-room. Thus, with the body
half-clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by ' pleasure,' perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the' work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. ' ,' .',
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, ' unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air ; the sudden change
of temperature ; the complete prostra
tion . produced by - excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, 'produce their legiti
mate effect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of .misery, and the un
fortunate One. hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an1 unwilling subject , of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
tbe experience ot thousands of our young
women. , '.', " , .
1 Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of .their . peculiar
nervous .system, .composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in- common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when - excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap.
the very, life of their victims ere nature
has self completed their development. ,! .
! For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Lencorrboea,"' Too "' Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued r Periods, -for Prolapsus and
Bnaring D6wn, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific: known ;
HELMBOLD'S iCOMPOUND EXTRACT OF
Buchu. Directions' for use, "diet, and
advice, accompany. ariv ( .m
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions.-. Strength is the glory of
manhood and. womanhood. Helmbold's
Extract Buchu is -more strengthening
than -any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. "Helmbold's Extract ; Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
t . i -. tv.. : c - 1 1 i .
imuecillty, AJBiermiuauuii. ui xtooa 10
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. ! Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
Other. ' ' , ..
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. ' " "
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. . Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T: HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y. . .
None are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
H. T. HELMBOLD.
j .-... .
Olive Logan's Views on the John
I The John Allen question just now
seems to share the - honors with the
woman question. " -"'-V ''' - ' '
! By the John Allen question I mean
this matter ot prayer meetings in Water
street dance-houses and dog-pits; wheth
er John Allen is a Swindler or not, wh'eth
er any good is being done, and all the
rest ot it. ' . 1 " ' ' ' 1
j The simplest way is to lump the mat
ter, call it the John Allen question, and
take it in that shape. " ; -
It may be a questionable shape, but
it is tbe simplest one. - 1 -
i"I went to see John-Allen a few days
Really, you kriow it was ' somethine
too much for poor human ' nature to be
tortured by such doubts on this subiect,
To read one morning that John Al
len was reformed. ' "
: To read the next morning that John
Allen was drunk. ' ' -" ' -i
i To read in one reliable country news
paper that John Allen's soul was on its
knees before liod in deepest eontrition.
To read in another tenable .-country
newspaper -that -"John Allen's brother
fainted away at one of the prayer meet
ings, and tbat John was as unmoved as
a whisky barrel. - ' -i-i
i To be- thus jostled from" Trilunt to
Herald from limes to World to be
run over by the Mail; to ' be glared at
by tho Sun:- to be continually ' tossed
from pillar to Evening 'Post by this
John Allen' question it really was un
endurable. '; ,.! '. ,. :n -i -." -'i -' .v.""'-.
' .One knew not what to think.; One
dreamed nightmares. One's mind was
in a dreadful state of uncertainty.
I mean -of course Number Une- . ! .. -And
so I determined to go and see
the John Allen country for myself. i
' I The oaDers said I had been . there
when I hadn't, -and one might as well
have tbe fun When ; one has the name,
you know... -v.'-. .-. o. .1 ; iti- '4 r
i Thus 1 reasoned;' and at last the hnal
argument was brought .to bear: by a
Massachusetts clergyman who called at
the -office of. our Author's Union when I
was there, and. said he was on: his way
to the prayer meeting at John Allen's.
The Author s Union was i in tf earl
street,"; and the next, street to Pearl is
Water; and while I had been under
going, all this trepidation . and; doubt,
here was the John Alien country close
at my elbow, wo r 1 r -.:..:
A three minutes walk, and 1 stood At
tbe entrance to the Hotel d' Allen. .
I don't intend. , to describe the scene.
It has been described to the death.
Suffice it that I went inside; that I
got a good place, to see and, hear; that I
heard and saw; .that J. more than ouce
felt tears in my eyes; that I stayed; till
the meeting was over;- and that when it
was over 1 found the impression made
by it to have been very evanescent, so
far as-1 was concerned. ,-: , I
John Allen came in and took a posi
tion by my side as I stood there.
1 looked in his lace and saw enough
manhood in it to make me offer him my
hand that he might shake it which he
did, and very respectfully. .
I am, everybody who knows me will
easily admit, not a sentimental miss. ,
Whoso thinks 1 am, makes a miss-
take.- , ,.:--.': . x .V1H-; , .; .'
I looked at John Allen with cool and
questioning eyes,, and-took his measure.
The result -is, that my views on the
John Allen question are now very clear.
Whether John Allen is or was the
Wickedest Man in New York, depends
altogether od what you consider wicked.
(jrentlemen ot the JUr. iJyer school
think that the boy who knows it is a sin
to steal a pin and then steals it, is wick
eder, than the cannibal who knocks a
missionary on the head and eats him
afterward. - -. ... .... .,..
I do not belong to, the ., Mr. . Dyer
School, ac I don't think so. '
Whether a man knows it is wrong to
keep a dance-house,' or whether he don't,
it is just as wicked to do it? " ; '' ,r
It, besides tbat, he steals; be murders;
if he whins his unoffending wife (three
specially hideous offences;) then he is a
wickeder man than the man who don t
steal, who don't murder, and who treats
his wife as she deserves. , : i'.x-".j .
It has never been claimed, I believe,
that John Allen was guilty of any of
these offences; but there are hosts of
men in New York who are; and they are
Wickeder men than he ' was,' according
to the evidence. .. pr 'f -j i. :
John . Allen's . great . wickedness, ;it
seems, lay in the fact that he had been
to Sunday School in bis childhood, and
had some traces of goodness left in him
ae'results of tbat early training.
1 can't see the wickedness ot that. '
'The man's face is a strong contrast to
that of the ordinary, brutal . low-life
rough.-., : .- -- -1 . . " . - -r -.
Perhaps it may be supposed I am not
familiar with the face of the low-life
rough. '.',.,' . . . .. -,
I have seen Mr. liurn, 1 looked
into his rat-pit.' Mr1. Burn was 'more' ex
cruciatingly polite' to Die than, John
Allen was, but bis face was a most re
pulsive one, and I couldn't make up my
mind to stay where he was after I had
looked at it. ; ' ;' 2J. V,'.
' Allen's face is more like Beecher's
than it ia like Burn's. He could take
his seat in Mr. Beecher's congregation
without looking at all out. of place.
Kit Burn could not. . ,. ,'-. ,.r
Neither could the ordinary inhabitant
of the John Allen country. . r
John Allen is more weak than wicked.
' He is not converted, evidently. 1 - i
, His great trouble now is that he likes
to drink fiery beverages. '"-:',:'' ' -So
do a good many other , men who
are not so bad as some men I know, who
never drink.' -j.
After practicing at the bar with brill
iant success for a dozen years or more,'
it is naturally difficult for John Allen to
give up th practice. -1 .i , ;.-
But to say that he is unfeeling, is to
say false. V.,.'
, I. saw the big tears roll down bis face
when prayers were offered up for him.
A man who is humbugging the breth
ren can't cry so naturally as John Al
len does. ; ; ,- ( . ; : -
Job Trotter and his water-cart busi
ness are very' funny in the Pickwick
Papers, but Job Trotter is a pure fic
tion. : - ,. ' .
-Water street knows him not. -
-'Whatever may be the results of the
religious movement inaugurated at Al
len's dance-house, I really think the
least we can do is - to let the mission
aries alone. ''.
It don't look right, this abuse of good
praying Christians, because John Allen
still likes bis gin and water.
Haven't we bad about enough of rid
iculing tbe laborers in tbu held I
It is used to be fashionable to talk
about Borriobocla Gha, and to say,
"Charity begins at home."
Well, hers are the missionaries now,
working at home. .
The least we can do is to leave them
alone. They won't do as much harm in
Allen's old dance-house, or Burn's dog-
pit, as the old style of inhabitants did.
'Grant that this prayer meeting is do
ing very little good; grant that it is as a
glow-worm in the wide darkness of
; light; there is no reason we should
; Theeb is not a white Radical in Early
tuuuuy, vjreurgia. . . .
1 The sugar planters of Lafauche - par
ish, Louisiana, are grinding the canes. -
The. doctors of Macon, Ga., state that
the city has not been more healthy for
ntteen years.-, 1 .-,: : . .;i :.-i
' A larqk shipment of guns and other
military stores was made over the Nash
ville railroad Saturday. '- .'
j Hercules Dousman, the wealthiest
man 'in Wisconsin, recently died, leav-
inD Rnvnn millinn rioITnra ' '
j Promexade suits of" poplin wilTbe
quite fashionable next winter. Some of
them make up' very stylish.
' Henry Horae, .an old, resident of
Macon, Ga., and worth $150,000, died
in New York on Friday last , . L , ,
' There is a bill before the Legislature
of Louisiana to prohibit the employ
ment of waiter girls in beer saloons,
i Mrs. Florence, the actress, who had
brown hair last year, has returned ; from
; Europe with hair of a gorgeous golden
blonde. . v r - . -0 -
! Charles 'Dickens . is to be paid
two hundred thousand dollars in gold
for his farewell series of one hundred
readings in : England.
i Bishop WHiTEHOusE.Cof Illinois, is
in a. quarrel with his diocese about a lit
tle', matter of Episcopal-back- pay,
amounting to nearly $18,000.
' : THE.questiott'of returning the capital
to Milledgeville is' agitating the Geor
gia Legislature.' The-House and a large
portion of' the Senate favor, the re
moval.' " '' ' " . ' ' , ' '
! On Friday night about twelve men,
either negroes or . Spaniards, or white
men. disguised as .such, entered ' the
dwelling house of Mr. Adam Carnahaa,
four miles below Cloutierville, ia Nati-
hitnebes parish, Louisiana, and killed
him, by shooting him pot less than five
or sir times.: . ' .1
"' The Cuthhert (Georgia) 'Appeal.'ssije:
The half has not been told of the short
ness of the cotton yield in this region.
Now that the caterpillar has removed
the foliage and eaten the' tender - bolls,'
the fruit is not to bn found there.. ' Less
than half a crop upon a diminished area
wilHell its own tale before, the season
Closes.- "'.'':'" ' 'y;---! '- "
'" Six negroes, employed on the place of
Mrs., Carter, about nve miles west of
Clinton, Louisiana, on Wednesday last,
armed with shot guns,' a musket and
pistols, proceeded to the house and de
manded, an immediate settlement -for
their services in making the crop.-' They
were ' met by her -son and . two young
men .who were present. A-collision
seemed inevitable, when . Dr. A. , P.
Brown rode up and assisted, in dispers-
tncf fKttm ' ... . .
A Provident Queen.
. The Queen of Spain has been provid
ing against a stormy day for some time
past, so that, in a pecuniary point of
view, me revolution aoes not una ner
'unprepared,' She' has been selling her
property at every chance, and collecting
irom tbe treasury every, kind ot claim
that could . be niade up in her" behalf, or
that of her family. It has been stated
that she has' carried off twenty-three
millions of reals that belong to the treas
ury; but this is, probably, only an in
correct "version ' of the' fact' which ' we
have stated above. Her money has been
mostly invested in London.' In this she
has only followed the example of her
mother, Queen Christina, who left the
throne of Spain 1 with a mighty fortune,
and of her cousin, Francis II., whom
Garibaldi-did not drive out of Naples
until be bad placed millions enough in
foreign countries to make him one of the
rich men or. JLurope. -- 1 '' -.
"A novel relic has been exhumed in
West Springfield, "Mass. a privateer's
commission, bearing date September 18,
. 1782, and signed by John Hancoek,
Governor of Massachusetts- Ednauud
' Palmer, of that town; was then appoint
ed to tbe command ot tbe "Speedwell, in
armed boat of ten tuns burden, mount
ing two swivel guns, and navigated by
sixteen men, for the purpose of cruising
against the enemies ot America." I he
document goes on to 'say. "Reposing
-special, trust and confidence in ;your
.ability, courage and conduct, . you aye
given full power to attack, suize and take
the ships and other vessels belonging to
the inhabitants of Great Britain,- with
their tackle,' apparel, furniture and land
ings, and bring the same, to -some con
venient port in this commonwealth, in
order that the maritime courts may de
cide whether' they are' lawful plunder
and condemn tbem as captives." - .,
The Sandusky Fish Trade.
The JUgister says t - ..'
i The receipts of fresh fish frotn the
fisheries about Sandusky are now enor
mous.'' Yesterday ;: Mayor., Giersdorf,
.Post & Cot and other dealers, received
an amount-which "no: man could num
ber." Everything now promises a most
profitable 1 season. The present quiet
weather is .most favorable to the busi
ness, and dealers ar? improving the op
portunity. The demand for Sandusky
fish increases and the market widens
each year, and now all fish caught are
shipped tresh, within twelve hours after
leaving the water, to all points from Bos
ton to St. Louis. ; ' -
The late General. Jesup, for 'many
years Quartermaster-General of. the U.
S. army, was, in the year 1855, absent
on leave for five. days. When he made
out bis account for the month in which
this absence occurred, he deducted -five
days' pay from his monthly allowance,
although, by the army regulations, en
titled to a full month's pay. - 4, i -
-Tennyson's new poem, the longest
he has ever written, will be published
by his' American publishers before the
close of the year.
j WHY tNDURE
1 LIVING DEATH!
B A MM am. aa mm aa
; "' t - '' - .-' - ; - : .'.
'The eoafirmed dyspeptic may almost say with 8t.
Peter. "1 die daily." Tbeebieot f this article ia
not to remind, him of LA his pangs. bnt to show
aim nowtoDanisutnem a ' lorever- Tbe means
of immediate and permanent relief are .proffered
uim in ... ,
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And it is for him to say whether he will oontinu
w euujn a iirtnte aeaut.or to pat aimsetx la
shion to render lite enjoyable.
ft ra.ffi.aa Iff At. I. ' IV Ja-VI ;A
vi (UBuuitB-j; ui VU1S UIBICaitJ5B VTjf: 'urjis VWD1
ftchic r to be found in every eitj and town in tbe
Ua L.-Ul 2 . . a
from tortare by iti f o. and nor to btar
tostimonT to iu vir- taes It dilTera from
tienlar -it ts not alcohol io.
r.or. Bon constitutions &nd systems as require for
HOOFL AND'S ' " :
f .ItfVM el'"
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. .im ' - ... ..-'1
Ha been nrovided a neaoaratioa lsaki.1i Hi. nl.
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Satient. in choosing between thaae two treat ahti
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his selee: ion; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find lnfin- He benefit from tak
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These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
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Dimness of Vision, I lots or Webs belora the -.
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i L-efieieocy of Perspiration, Yellowness -5
ot tne akin and byes, fain in the
S:da, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto.,
Sudden .Flushes of Heat,
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Weak and i Delicate r Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these remedies.-
They will oure every ease of MARASMUS
Thousands rf certificates have aocumulsted in
the baa s of the proprietors, bat space will allow
of the publication of but a few. those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must be believed. . .0 y., ....
the role ; supreme court
'',. ;oFiPi:SYi.TA.iA. ;?-:';;7
f SPEAKS FOR. THESE REMEDIES. .
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes-
;. : timony t :. . ; ... ;
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Bupreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writes :
PHiLABaxrTna, March la, 1S6T. :
I find "Hoofland's Oerman Bitters" isa good ton
ic, aieful in diMates Itl of the digestive or
gans, androf great-ben- - I m efit in oases of debil
ity and want of nervous eoti-in in the system.
. Vours truly, GEO. W., WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Pbiladilfhia', April S8, 1868.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o sea of attacks of Indigestion or
D'spep.ia. I can ce ti'y this irom my experience
of it. . Yours, withrespeot. ; : : ..
, JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
. . . . , , .Pbiladelfhi a, Sept. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of ail age. . Re peotfully yours,
JAMEo BOSS SAOWDEN.
CA.TJTION-. ' i ..
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See tht tbe signature ot C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of mmW each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. Mo. 631 ARCH STKKET, Phila
delphia, Fa. - -. i . . - .
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
: i 1 Formerlv C M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitter. perbottle. ....... 41 00
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dosen........ 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottle 1 60
per bottle, or a half doren for $7 SO.
Do not forget to examine weU the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine. . . ,.
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Auditor of State's CertiflcateiK
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TOR TEX TSAX HTDUrQ VbCKttBk&tttllH.'1i
Capital fully paid ap ,....500.066 OO '
.Amount of available assets..... slA,A80 31 :-'-t
CEBT1FICATE FOfg PCBIalCATlOIv!
, AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE J
DEPaRTHBMT OF InHTTB
Colubbus. O-. February 15, 1868.)
It is hereby certified. That tbe Continental Fire) -
Insurance. Com oany, located at New, York, in thai -
State of New York, has complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this Stat relating ta- seeh liisuril!ul.
anae Comnanie.t. for the curient year, and has filed
in his Office a sworn Statement, by the 'proper nt
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
date of such statement, as follows: .
Amount of actual paid-up Capital.'.:.. fSofl.oor tnj 1E'
Aggregate amount of available aseets.;..l.tH4.M9- 311
Aggregate amount ol Liabilities, (ino. .
Re-insurance. ,i. . ; . . . . ...... 381, Wrl 9) 3
Amount ol income for the pre eding year 801,08 lB14tf
Amouut of expenditures for the preced- " K
ing year.......j... ... ... 08I,M3l HIT
Ia witness whereof, I have hereunto subsoribeAst'.
! mv name, and caused tbe Seal of my
-SElLj - Office to be affixed, the day and year above u
1 . written, . :. . . i THA-,
' JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State. .
, By Jii. WiLUiMS. Chiet Clerks 1 '':
Geo. F. O'Barra & Co., Agents," '
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AS TO TH BtI8INI88 'AUD APfilK OF 193-fff
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPnr
i OP SAH FBUNCIBCV,' CAE. "'I
AUDITOR OF STATE'S 0FFIC8;a
.'-' ' 1 DEPABTMKKT OF iNSrRANCE.
, . 1 Colukbub: Sept. Ith. lhM.y
'' It is hereby certified. That the r acid) lofurance-J
Company, located at San Francisco, in tle State of '
California has complied, in all respects, with the
laws of this State relatins to such Insurance Com-n
panics, for the current year, and has filed in tnis
utnaea sworn-siatemens, oy iae proper -omoera,1"'-showing
its condition and basin, at tbe ate. .of -.,,.
such statement, as follows, gold currency : ""
Amount of actual paid ap Capital:. s. fl.OM.OM'Ml
Aggregate amount of available asset.. 1,S8,8L8 tm.,
Aggregate amount of Liabilities......? 158.&20 98 l,!r
Amount of inoome for the preceding j
year. - , . 7Q8.003 TO.
Amount of expenditures tor the pro " 1 '
ceding year 633, 85 lSdJiaa
In witnes whereof, I have- hrre-anto mhsoiibed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office-, r
sealJ to be affixed, the day and year above
. written., . . - -. :
" ' JAS. WILLIAMS. 4 8
'! .; Chief Clerk lor Auditur of bUte,
; Geo. F. O'Barra & Co.,; Agents,- -i
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AS TO TBI BTJ8IKE88 AND AFFAIES. TUB .'...
NORIH BRltlSII & MERCANTILE
; 1SSIRANCE . COMPANY, tor i:
Of' London and Edinburgh.'7'
,; : AOD1TOK ttr STATE'S Or FlUEJ
: . . lNStTRAKCB DKP ARTMBW.- 1
-C0L0MBU8. O.. Sept.. IS. 1868 !
r r, ':- '!, V .,:(; -vt That th. Nm-th Rrifi.h
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and"st"-
Edinburgh, baa oomilied in .11 lesptou .with tta
laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com-
panics of foreigbn. Gevernment. for the eorventr'i
year.includingtne dcpcsit of One Hundred Thou-t.r
sand Dollars for the seciinty of Policyholders re
siding in the State .1 Ooin. and that -the swora ijj.'
statement of its. proper officers, filed in this depart-; .
ment shows its condition-and business at the data I
of suoh statement (Des. ai,.188Y a follows: ( t t-,
Amonnt of aotnal paid np cnpilal-i .... 250,000
Aggrrgateamountof available asset ntts,B03 S
Aggregate amount of liabilities L7i21 W;
Amount of Inoome for thepreoediog '' "
. v.ar.. -i.-At. . ......... SjMOJSU
' Amount of expenditures for the preced. - mm-)i'
-- ing year... j.-.-... ......... ,tst.B63
. In witness whereof. I hard hereunto ularlker
mv name and caused the Seal of my Offioeiutw,
SBAI.. to be affixed. the day and year above '
VWrittaM. . - - r"i. it. tniii-ra..it
1 " : JAS. H. GODMAN; Auditofof, Slata(oJ
By Jas. Williams, Chief Ue k.
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