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"ir'i BKOnKES, ' -!,a!T a Co.-..i...;
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; Ofioa orar (ba National Uzcbanira Bank .
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Ambot Build-
-Aia,;crOIBe4.
i TDWARD X. DeLANt.
5"JLV ATTORWK f-AT-liA W k Notary Pobn.
ti. rp.. :.i li4 vOmea ia Pacaoa'4 BaUdinc
vttiijiiim Mr- wnnnniTrc - '
??-.;- ATTURKV8-AT LAW.
oe I-oatk Hit b ttnet, Ambon Baildin.
:m0N;;AND COMMISSION.
T-' iB.!eBAai",!"'1-''-' - 1J
u"1 Anetioneer and Dalr tar ttaal Eatsta Honaa-
-r. aatawaooa. lMUaug and oioa. -. . ,, , . .. i
..... Jo.T Waat Broad street.:
il ,:.:s ;
BATH ROOMS
iWHtiE NAKKaV.-w-i-.j ' - ., !
VJT - ilarber aad Hair Ureaaor. Hot andlColi
. Bsbbs. Kasameat -ea (office it ildia. I
BOOK .BINDERS
' - li i-1 ' i i;m i , . , ,.
i !UlOM t atllutAa. .
f, O Book Binders.' Blank. Book' MannfaotBrera,"
fHntersabd Pnolishora. "" ' - - ;
y . boots & shoes;;-
TIT v. WllAIAina Ml CO. ". It
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e'IWaatf assortment,- Jiw atjrias, lo Brieeai W
.waaea, paaaaa aaiu im i o) r-i ,.,( .nadiihwit
';'aIjS'oAOde'.'n;-':i-,''-! v-vDMi'i i
-jc i J u the noted koaiaa foraged Basts aad Shoes
BiH JSAaWi. PO a, bJat Wots jutt reoetred." ... .. i i:
mir ... , . : 78 South HighctreatL-i
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eajora inruteoarga ana unio tJou. saw,
Drain
i me ana clone oewer ripe. - .
J" i..'. ' KiSSl.korth Hwhatiwt.
COMMISSION-MERCHANTS:
-" It.iS r,' I . .. i i I j ni liln' - i.,.. ,
jju'iAAejAMmmwaioa. f oraardingand FrodapaHetv:
...IA .
ananta, dealers m urain, t lour. a XI w , juread
3 Y H r H CORSETS?- j ; q 3
1-V' - M 4SJIJ sKta A 430.. I
ots iLV-Mannrlaotarera aaat iMalan ia Franehi tiea
. haaa nd. Amariran OorseU.:. Also. Hood skirts.
,-, '....''i llUpera House.
a aaaMaiaawai
crockery;: &c, .
nte'W--T.-,. .'j'D..J:i:r...i;.-J rVi
. " a t ui.voaaiaw aauvx Aaovau A B34Bt x t aa u iua,
"'""'QaeOnswars, Glass, Fiated ttoods. Lamps and Lamp
hwiuuiiw.. . - morva Migo atreet.
tlliw -.. a i ara AaY, I' bus.
anil' Veilmaartor and Wbolewle and Retail Uealar
in ibrocjur;. Cnina, Ulana. Cuuerj, flatej Goads,
elhi t.xs i. -.V. vt' : ' If Mostk Hub street.
sjau etl m'
I -,id ailj j
: -a 1
A A NAM 4k titlinKSMKlA,
t.j..-. . Kavia East Bread street.
We aaaa to be the
. AW B(JII, DENTrST.-Tbo bast strlea
-Ae or ueniistry, memaing- unnn s Improre
'. ' Alisarsl Plai. Ddioe. 10 and tl Upr. Block, j
envit ntfiar
DRY GOODS.
U, Dealare in Drr iuods. Notions. Carneta. Oil
ui Cloths., alattinga. bhadea. Hats, Caps and A'ars,
'aorner Bign ana Frienu streets. " I
J??ila .AW .SAIs4 4e,, o., -I
" 1 Carpets' Mattints. 01otns.Unxtaina, 8ta , le ahdT
' t
anifii. Al . A'hoiaaataaad Batail Dealers la
ila and
.Ai.ii-Fanea-dJs'V latjoda-aBd Manufacturers of
, . . . . .. ixj o. pigi a' rent.
liOaJsaA'aa R A . Stsk bouus sg'osaai.
-j,.,A7 , F, Krain A Cd.,eash dealers in Dj Goods and
Joti ns. ISti south i'ourtn a tree.
1 AAAK8 WsUkH ONa; t , r:
(J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
rtangntonisuuding. JMoa. lis and Vt Soattt
mi 1 ooath Hisi
street. ,
. i ... . . . . . .
st cl l.r; Deaiers la rHapia ad Faaey Dry Goods aad
Lea jibu. l-asmasina Goods, . Weil House.:
'" IAJ4Jsi.i!'r, bttlV A I4
)d V VI Dealers in Btaptaaod Fans Dry Goods.
o-MB annth tjighairaet
A r.O, HbAUIitt k 4J.
...XAva;
L' i 1 1 II nA I llnl Vi,
r urn. etc. xju zki aonin uigB atreeu i
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1:: ;r;.DRuGGisTs.
ltaOX'ai)jl B"OASA4. -
L) JOHN 8. hOBlSRTB, 1 "'I ui
,rngsistMj Ajiotaaxary. . -
M Wii01,r.8ALKA . RBfAlU DBUGQISSw
lw South High at..Coiumbua.O.
TttA.BMUUAJla aV CO.
AS
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, and Dealers
aurnSB friiar every .Atedioiass.
Si North High street.
-ail t i ses
..!aNt3RAVJRS-:i.i -r::; I '
ieaicnera, suDBrayars ana rioiuatn,',f,'
ni -trial aaa oumt aaata encraa-ed to order. "
cdir f ftos. 1U7 and lug cSwiin High street.
EURNITURE,,&c.
ssl.IimttUbCAAtlNUX CO..
Manufacturers and w BotsMia aad Katail Deal-
t'-"?''' Cnaira. Matlxasses. etc.
ail,lf ho nnth Hi.h sl (Unera Hons.
w r VJ Msaaiaotttrorsoi firstolass J-arniture. Whole-
-In4 Wook.
ttanl'w 'TTfiTTCW TTTTPWTSrT TNl.1 i
- at AaaiV4A.0,Ac0.. -
Ee Deslor- in Mautlesrtoves and Houas 1 F
iXXt A a-TOB, TAlLOBei Hlif F, 'J1.
, Dealers in Hardware, abuse Furnishing Hoods,
tier Me ana Btaw suaiws, mw,
Furnaces. Aa. -- - IB North Aligh street..
ai.i 1 asaaes
Agtj..-i;iJ 1-
ytr.A I r .
hoop skirts: - M-
jim' ilanufseturor and Wbolerals Dealer in
.. . mm m.- mt ...
s. bkirts aua OurseU. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepbar
' 1 k.u . iim nouui nufu street.
.arts
M . 1 . . .
s
. s.-n s'li
.
GWBr MACHINE.
IXTEItln
Dotler in Mool
MaNui(iM. Boott. Stm-
tioser and Fannr Ooodi OneritllT. BDoeisl Atent
fnr tbe Mlabntod liaa How -Id M4at Sowing
Moehin. . t F t x Vol j South Hub itrMt.
; .1J sLH ATS A CAESi fiA J
, (tiaooeuar to K. lnf J Demlw in Blt, .Com,
mo t-ja.! HOTELS.
VTATIOiOAL. HOTEL,.
W.fi ff; fOppo.it;, Depot. . . .
UftlTEU StATEfl HSTHl
Corner Hich andJTawn atreeu.
,:i t; iV4 iVU4 1. rroprleton
cL4 Corner KpqrtB A. Friend its.
. Commodlou
honse and axtanaiva ilaliwn ' V
-feeed b!m-M..-A--A. BOWEBS.Pro?riotor.
MERCHANTS' 1HOT1S1
140 eonth Himk itraet. Good itabliof nttMh-
ad to pramioea-
W P. THATCHER.lWrrator- ,
ilNSURANCir''Y--,
noinNGO riccx-iti)riTAE1 life
OBBBnea CMopanr.1 AaMta, aaaeo.
WM. JAMlUJN, Aaent. Uolambnt. w.
BE niLTEKBiiRetilrr
GE N fel&AL. AGES T8 Baeavitv Ufa intoraaaa
CoBpaaj. i ho. 8 0praHoM.
HOME 1FKSOKAIBCU oflrAV r
Volnmbns.O. ipitai and AMta,440e414JL
' UHcn, No.ftTUarm rlomaa
MILLINERY GOODS.
, Mi.uirioiits
..'Wholesale and Retail 'M'lHneTT Goods. ' '
lot 8. Hichstreat, Upera Hons Bloc.'
Dealer io Milliner Straw Goods and Trio
mine.' No- T North HUh atreat, - ." -
J.
Dealer ia tlillinerT. nresa and Cloak Trim-
mines Dd Fane j Goods. 130 South H'h street.
MERCHANT. ; TAILORS. n
CH Ar HAHXBW i HLt.EBEH,
I Merohnnt Taiiors aad Uealexs in Gents' Fnr- '
nishing Goods,, illin;., 0. . , .. . . . .. ' . !
1 0 o. oo n oria nign imet.
CW. N 19 WAX DEB," - :
e Msrehsst Tailor ,-art Dealer hi 'Gents Far
nishing Goods'. Also ajrentforthoDiamond shirts.'
ni Bontnaocn aireek
, .oo, , ,-; 1
HH OHIO MeKCNT T4ILOH1NO
t A CLOTHING CO.. I8i d. Hich an Genu'
autts made to order. Badr-msde Clothing al-l
arajaonband. I
AU ML Bli. St K4Tar R. RkruR. ?
ALerebaafc Tarilor. anA Dealer, in (
i Clothing and
uente t ainisAing woods. f , - r . .
'TO
ef -MERCHANT TAILOf.' tlO Hon'Htfli 'sti
Choice stock of Clothing con?totl on hand. "
newsdealers:
AlDltfe:UlK 4V HI! I,I4 a . f'.iia i
rMtwl DeftlerA. . Kaokaellera and Stationers.
Vo. 65 Sonth High street, nex' door to rogtofiice. i
f iwcsn unuiunni t c I
r pl ii i u i ii ; i ijj
or. ' Pabiioationsla both German and English. ' .
.131 Month MiKh stre' t. 1
, -PAPER VAREHQTJSES.
tKDKEHS, PERKY AC., I
r. . Mannfactfjrera and Dealers in Writlntn Print
ing and Wrapping Papers. 034 95 North High at. (
N. VINO 4k. ItVCUO. -' 1- n
VDealers in Printing, Book, "Writing and Fii
Fapers 88, S8 k 40 North High atroot. - ''
lPIIOTOGRAPHERS.
nuLUlvlY 'i'i v l-:is.
n FH0T0GBAHHER8.
81 don1 h High atroot. '
4-p rijtja43TT,A.w.Aa.i (
O e PHOTOGK A FHKB. 107 Snnth Hiah street.
rotBTea mads In erery atyle sad aiaer ! f i ; j
A-' Photographs. Ambrorypea, -Gems, etc.. eto
No. 134 8ooth High street.,
II i i" i ill I l i '. i -
n
Ee
ra. douks. in. n..
N. Opera House.' Treats? Diseases of tha
iye, rar. Heart, Tbruataad iianga. Also. Diseases
f Women and Children. I
icjjya PIANOS. 7r
. S i : if
mo
; T r. HAHKIS at CO..
Wholesale and Retail 'dealer,
foavLigbto k
Co. 'a and Usioai A UriL'i Piauoa. Also.
Organs.
Melodeona and cither annaieal instrnmenta
at ffiortb Higb ftreet.
J-ti. wetios, i-i,; i .i o
A "ent for Chickerinss and Emmenanrs Pi
anos. Alao, Organs, Melodeona and Sheet Musio.
, si Bouta riigb street;
restaurant:
18
BAKfLLEXCHAnetr. KESTAsTHAmT,
Corner State and Hieh streets. i
, CHARLKY WitR, Proprielon
SEWING MACHINES.1
A ETMA SfcWIHC MACHINES.- I
Tt Thar-tiaat ia tha worid. Vol 1 mad 1 Onara
House.' -'.WPIM MEL, General Agent.
KWATCIIES r AND JEWELRY.
I At. bClH4K k 4JO.. I
rl.. UmJw. in Pin. Warnlina PliwiWs J..,Itv
Platedwara,' Speotaolaa.- Ac.. 'No.- 11 lJat Town
street. .
tlATr.S A HAKKIOUlON,
I (Successors to Wm. Blynrl) deslers ftf Dis
monds, Wateh-a Jewelry. SUtoi Ware and opao
taolea. No. 1 Nail Uoota. i 'I :
n A: A L I.E'OIIKRI'IIT .v.
JD r rWholeeaia and Retail deaiera ia Watehea.
Vioakaaad Jewelrft uta illaB street .
-STRICTLYxWHQLESALB. ,
ANCitor r rikos. ic't-oV i
BANC
aolosals Dealers in Dry Goods and notions,
-e .'.'iSand4GynnaBlook.Town street.
Rir.a-.o, jruo A. oc Co.,;0 i
Mannfaetnrara and W holeaale Deaiera in B"ots
and Shoes. .
N. Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
.
NOTICE .IS. HEItEBY , eiven so
all lrhem it may concern, that tbe City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent. Banking .Company,
organised and carrying on business a an Indepen
dent Banking votnpany at the oity ni Cleyeland.
Obio,nnderan actoi tnevsenerai ahnisqij m u
said Stats of uhio, entitled "An Act. to incorporate
us State rianK Of unio ann oiurr suiuii vu
BaDiee." passed February Sitb; 184. being deairons
of relinoinisbing and closing its Banking business,
to tl ac end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said ittata ef hio in euoh case made, paid and re
deemed morethen ninety per oont. of the maximum
amoantot its circulating notes, ana soursr m;
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Obio to be destroyed, and hate provided means and
givan eeeurity to the satisfaction of toe Ire, surer.
Secretary and Auditor of 8tate of said Stale of.
Obio lor tha redemption of its outstanding notes ot
aircalation at tbe offioe of the National Citj.Btnk
of Cleveland, at the said oity ef Cleveland.. b re
aid City Bank is located. - L.
Done by order of the Board of Direotors of tha
Citr Bank of Cleveland. July th.lWo., -:. '
jv" ,. ...... AiEjJuivt WlC-4. president.
jyU-ttitawom ..i.AaOTHiij wt .: i
NOTICE.
nr.
- -BANK OF COM
CLBVSLAKD, May 'JZ, 1868.
NOTICE IS HEBBaTfilVEN TSTHE
holders of tha autstanding notes' of the lata
Hank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that alter the expi'ation of six montha.from this
dale, application will 00 made to tha Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
u..b ,k. ... -k. AMmitmA Ln asMtore the outstanding
circulation ot aaid Bank in pursuance of the fort. v-
nrst (41) aectioa of the act to aotnor.se r me saua
mg. passed March list. 1851. ' IV. ' ' '
JUSKftl mitAVmo. rraeiu.
H. R. Huklbct. Cashier. (may26 d6in
Hoop
; The Sisters of St. MarjV, I
OF THE SPKINGt, RECENTLY OF".
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and apaeious building for the reception of pupils oa
tbe first Monday in September, lata, for Board and
Tnition. 876, 60. 886 and tDO, aoourding to tbe de
partment of tbeptipil. . bit. ROoK, Sup't.
Address Box 161. an3-dtf
" FOB rHALE, i
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Rudolph Biokty. on the national road, east of
Blind Asylum, eonaisting of a donble brick bouse,
table slaughter bouse and outbuilding, and one
ITre and a half of ground., JSnqnir, .of j
, 18S fcast Friend sUees.
oeW-eodlm., s
4W S --
I
MEDICAL.
WOMAN.
FEMALES, OWING TO THE
peculiar and important relations which
tbey sustain, their peculiar organization
and tbe offices they perform, are subject
matty fewer fngs. Freedom from these
contribute in no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, bat 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 oroducing perma
nent sicknJssknd'prihatufedectrTitStor
is it pleasant to consulta physician for the
reliHf of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
UlYtrue 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 and curing
almost every one of those troublesome
complaints' peeplial tq theeex. '- fj 3 fs,
HELMBOLD'S
i
i, OP BUCIIU.
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug
gists and doctors', who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse:
I would rfoFw-iahlo Assert anythtttg 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 -pf life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and freqtie&t-childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of tbe
vagina itseliV - w ,
When reviewing the causes of these
distresaiDg complaints; it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them. It is but simple
fusticeVo lhetmbject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which go
largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. , ..The,, mania, that. eiists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
fllie early Confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the ball-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 .thfeOwork. fJCTdeettuo-
tion is half accomplished.
In consequence of this early strait
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required .by thedelicate votary to Re
tain her' situattbri in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. Wheft
one excitement is over, another in pros-.
pective keeps the mind morbidly senei-
: . - - - in. . 1
live to impression, wmie toe now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab'
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment andjetention
of organic health'and strength1"! -the er-1
posure to night air ; the sudden change'
of temperature; tbe complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing
must, of necessity, produce their legitf'
tnata effect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, and the nA
fortunate one. hitherto so utterly regard?
less of the plain dictates and remotH'
strances of her delicate nature, become!
an unwilling subject of medical treats
tnent. ' This is but a truthful picture ef
tbe experience of thousands of ouryourrgil
women.
.Long before the ability to exercise tbt
functions of "the generative orgatiSj Tthtflr
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what, is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast apd lips, evident:
ly under the' 'control of mental emotion
and associations at an early period
lite ; and, as we shall subsequently pee
these emotions, when excessive, lead
long before p'uberty, to habits which Bitjr
lr. . c ,L ; 1 -
ine very me 01 ineir victims ere nature-
has self-completed their development.
For Female . Weakness AntLDehilUy,
Whites or LehcorrhoeaT TVd "Prhfuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Lona
.n., - . ,.es-
Uontinued Periods, tor Jrrolapsus ad
rtMarino Tlnwn. or. VrrrTr: 1 S
.B Caa peneci specinc jtnowu
rtp.r.l(lriOLV8 CoMPOCSaVJEXTRACTi OP
Buchu." Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany. -
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age, will find ;it
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
. 1 . .,. ., 1
its functions, sirengtn is tne giory or
manhood and womanhood. Helm bold
Extract BrJCfHJ is. more strengthening
than any ot tne preparations 01 uar
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
anL HeLMBOLD's EXTRACT BUCHU,
having received the indorsement ot the
most prominent physicians in the United
Rtata.-is now. offered to afflicted hu.
manity as a certain cure lor tue iouow-
y , . r 1 i.
' o .a o 11
ing diseases ana sympioniB, irom woi
ever cause originating : General Debil
itv. Mental and Physical Depression
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Uontused ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mua-
r . r 1 ...
cular Hlmciency, Ijoss ot Appetite, uys
neDsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs
Generation, Palpitation of tbe Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants ot
Nervous and Debilitated state ot tne
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbolu's. Take
other.
, Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. J' " ' ' -v v ...
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
noaerihn symptoms in an communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD.
Drue and Chemical Warehouse, 594
RrnnrlwaV. N. Y.
Nona are creniiine unless done up
steel-en graved wrapoer, with fac-simile
of Chemical Warehouse, and
my
ij-4wAi-weowly
U. T. HELMBOLD.
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FROM NEW YORK.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
NEW YORK, October 31, 1868.
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i'lue'closing "ceremonies of: the Pro
testant Episcopal Convention were per-'
formed on Thursday night and ; were
remarkably impressive.. The pastoral
letter of the presiding Bishop ' was read
and was received with "marks of the
greatest respect." . It 'makes grateful
allusion to the venerable members who
have passed away within the' past nine
years, and after . discussing the various
questions Vhicb have been considered by.
the Convention, urges renewed exertion
in the dissemination of the . truths of
Christianity, . On mooted questions the
letter is generally non-committal, and on
that of ritualism, is what may be called
radically moderate and conservative;
but it is by no, means weak in its bldws
directed -against matters - outside the
pale of the- Churches. For instance,
U protests strongly againts the- illegiti
mate drama-play a bf tha .Black Crook
style, and argues that its tendency is to
debase, to ruin the taste of the public
for pure simple "pleasures' and innocent
amusements.'.':! x. ,'iii :. j.'f
.'Whether the reverend " prelate who
penned the letter had ever witnessed a
performance of "Genevievd de Brabant,"
the filthiest of all filthy plays,: is more
than I can say ; but the closing portion
bf the paragraph on the subject of the
drama, so called,- would seem to indicate
that be had either had a sly view of the
dirty thing himself or had been made ac
quainted with its peculiarities by some
pinner who had, Been it,fj He says ,"In
our days there is a licentiousness and
grossnes? in theatrical and. like, enter
tainments, which would have been shock
ing td even the less refined in the days
of our fathers. We exhort you', to flee
these things and above all, to : separate
from all contact with these-, pollutions
the young and precious' souls tor whom
you have answered in tha Holy Bap
tism.": .-.,-,-
It is not only the religious people who
dread the influence of tbe kind of plays
most popular in our days. All thinking
people are beginning to moralize lu re
gard to them. When the Black Crook
was; introduced, the respectable, world
was shaken with shame, but inexorable
Fashion,' who governs in ethics as well
as in dress, decreed that tbe bare-legged
drama was proper, and ber votaries le
galized it. Thwn came the White Fawn
A-iirHhn Dvil' AnrliorLin bnLbrSif'wbich
NtW inkret eatureTwai. that "ortaoV of
wometir e lyrai wnivu uiu , l iums mtiunsti
required .to be, sedulously screened Vrom
.thtrptir4icgazeTbre waai beauty and
craoo, (toba sure, aii4 there YMo mfigYiif-
locnf toilettes," and line I mu6io-w-fts in
-y-y- . . , lit . it .1 i
Keeping wun tne rest; out to tuose wno
weigh consequences, there was in all
this show beali tnjh graces a some
thing larjting,1'witnotit-Jwhich the whole
was but an evidence of a downward
growth. ..Theneame the light, airy
rlrttllitlflH v-dCnt, Crraurl DnchvaiutT with
J r ..-r , - -.-T.
W ifeto 4111 en,. 4j(..(lle
it , i-i..t 'c it .
ueitioe, V". "'"rtJ.BuggesHYe oi ,tna
'( wrfWct looseness't which eo well marks
lFt!UCU; literature- Erenctv, playa',,'ind
1; renew Bociai jiij a ai iaswas.K natural
pudAnacsjssary aequence, , wp lyeGne-
vieye acr iprauant, .liiuu. w 11 11; 11 luettj can
be) nothing eyoud,'. until. aqbtberjAphra
Behn arises to .write tha Tibre(iq ' o an
Opera pQuffeAii ,-wbicb .ibdclviracier8
eiall. ageac in put is liqturdtihus, and shall
speak audact jugt a's.if.bere ,'weie,' no
re8trictiop toVbe laced",upbn'"the'Jfan
guaga, -or.i the .Jmoyem'eht 'of ttose .fi ho
cater. fr-ibe,.public'a i
rvXu Second Ady.!?rKists tiave nor, re-
Iinquisiiea tne nopeot wnicn A spoite in
arecent letter.-" Elder Spow is positive
tbattthe end is ,yerynear. arid." Sister
.Benson pi-edicts for all . ,he "vicked peo
ple a most agonizing time, wuen iub last
jhortC blows.-. He , says iatthe' recent
itnniriiotnQ in Snlif Tl a movina fl n tK X. all.
VyUT ssjar 4j. f wvmiiu Sa-asaiVa ta uu v4t
&jcnia are merely gremotu tory .'' sy mp
toms.-and that before long we shall have
our.sbare of the fright '.and theVdamftge
6 he laugh's at Shakspeare's' notion' that
tuesH tilings are. merely strange erup-
"T,hs teeming earth -v r , (. ---.
la with a kind ofoboriff pinched ar)4 vexed
By the imprisnnmauvpf unruly Wind, .n l.
Within her womb."
Bfier'say'sV5t8rBaf nonsensergeologicarand
pJiyial;.ibr these violent jechipg are
warn 111 ga given to the taitnUti.- to ,rnake
ready for thewiilleoiarn: When twitted
"w4fh thriact that these warnings' have
been Observed for many thousand years
6 bo-re plied that it is impossible for man
to read aright tne signs mane py tne, ere
lator. and that the. ridicule which attach
es to those woupav.eirprftp4iesiea,ancor
rectly is out j .places... tA single "mis
ti.WS-?r- iaA.ltW'4jrAl'-S-. -l...
but we can affor?WSap.a thousand years,
.. ... . , j 1 : : tt t .
that the blessea aay i counug. , j
Ynn mav be nleased to learn that we
of Gotham are now enjoying beautiful
sunshiny days and lovely moonlight
nights. Never has there been a more
delightful season between tbe sobby,
rainy, drizzly autumn,- and the- cold,
snowy, dreary days of winter, than that
which blesses us now.
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"Lots" of Follies.
of
a
no
in
Hall's Journal of Health presents fif
teen follies for the edification of its read
ers, as follows:
First To think the more a man eats,
the fatter and stronger he will become.
" Second To believe the more hours
children study at school the taster they
will learn. ' . ,.
Third To conclude that if exercise
is P-ood for the health, the more violent
or exhaustive it is, the more good
rlnnfi.
Fourth To imagine that every hour
taken from sleep is an hour gained
Fifth To act on tha presumption
tbat tbe smallest room bf the house
large enough to sleep in. . ' :
gixth TO argue mat wnatever rem
edy causes one to feel immediately better
. ... i . : a.1 a
is "eood lor in syBiem, witnuui, reKaru
o . iy - . mi a .ii.:u
to more ulterior enects ne --Buuimug
yrup,"for example, doe's stop the cough
of children, does arrest diarrhoea, only
to cause a little later alarming convul
sions, or the more fatal inflammation
the brain or water on the brein, or,
nrotect the disease.
Seventh To commit an act which
fait in itself to be prejudicial, hoping
that somehow or other it may be done
in your case with impunity.
t.i:l.il, Tn ailviaH ann til
I
-To advise another to take
remedy which you have tried ' on youc- J
sen, or without making special inquiry
whether all tbe conditions are alike.
Ninth To eat without an appetite,
or to continue to eat after it has been I
satisfied, merely to gratify the taste.
' TenthTo eat hearty supper' for
tne pleasure experienced . during the
brief time it is passing-down the throat,
afthe expense 'of a whole nip-hf of
J:,..V,J i j , . j I
disturbed Sleep, and. a weary waking in
the mornino-. t. , i
, - o- . ... ,-. . . , m , : i
! xiiieventh 1 o remove a portion ot I
tne covering immediately after exercise,
wueu i lie most siupia draymen in ixew
Yilr Vnnm 1 . f rtkn A '.L . , 1 I
cover on bis horse the moment he ceases
nun iu vira muter, ue wilt lose mm in
a few days by pneumonia. ' ' ;' '' "
Twelfth To contend tbat because
the" dirtie8t children in the Street, or
nignway, are hearty and healthy, there-I
ihaVrtitafexpu
door air in joyous unrestrained activities
IS BUCh . a powerful agency for1 ' health,
that those, who . live thus are Well ih
spite of. rap- and filth. , ... , ' .'
, , , ' l 'y , .
Thirteenth To pnsam, to. -'repeat
later ill life, Without injury, the indiscre-1
tions. exposure and intemperance which
in the flush of youth were practiced with
impunity. -- 1 j ; 1 ... j i..-ta ;.,!
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wwww..... "!m'.yu. ,v .. u.&, vuiui
air is jaecessarily more healthy than thejl
i5-j j 3 "if , .1 '
cuiiuiieu air 01 a- crowaea: venicie: tne
. . 1 1 .
latter at most Can Only." cause faintine1
..,-1 m
and nausea, while entering a conveyance
after walkino hrUltlv' lnwrino- ' si -urin-
atter waiKing DriSKiy, lowering, a Win-
GOW thus While Still exposed to a draft,
!ii -. n-ii i;
Wlll rive acoia iniaillDiy, or an attaCK
or pleunsyor pneumonia,' Which Will
' "', ' rj - , -, a? ' ' I
hubo wccss iiiu. miintns oi Huaermg,
lF Tint aotlial lluntV. urltl.ln V.., J.n. .
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!' Fifteenth To "remember , the : Sab
bath day" by working harder and la
on Saturdav than anv other slslv in tha
, . , . ., , . ,
Week, With a View Ot Bleeping late next
J J. -s J '
morning," arid staying at home all day tb
rest, ."conscience .-being quieted by the
plea of not feeling very well.,, .,-.i-,
: -. !:.'jit:i i': i.; -
Tea as a Menial Stimulant.
The Boston Medical . and Surgical
Journal is usuall7r.ther dry reading
OAtCfl . J . ) 1 1 1 C-COlVllI, uui li, VPIjr
often has a great deal of useful informa
tion hidden- under technical phraseology.
Thu8 the last numbet contains an inter-I
eating communication upon the action of
Theit. on ,he human system. , TLein
an otegrai pan tea, ana giyea w mat
nerD US peculiar iorce as a 8timuiant. lit
is also found id'-coffee and in certaih
i? "I0 s10U-n? m 5Vtt.ee na " Certa,n
DOUtn American plants WnOSe leaves are
UBed to prepare a table Deverage. , JL he
author of the article , in . nnestion .mnrln
several experiments in -Thein upon hu-
i nu: v.
Ti .f..,.J it.i:..
uinu liiHco, i, v, iiiuuu biiat iu every
': i ...'. ..!..' ; i j -
.untau tuc p, ,. , u-
VOUB tremulousneSB followed, and anecial
,,1 f;;, ,o 4,:ui f ...
'""u"" -v.w. . , .,v,.i.,o, ,
gentleman, under the influence of this
D., ... , , ,. .,!.
aistaioiu, epokti einpuaticaiiy 01 uis"in-
creased brain power, enabling him toi
read certain vootts, which be bad -before
counted as abstruse, -with ; the greatest
caoo, aiiu etu eiuauiuiuai j paur ui
c-rnsnirn' thn an hi etr.t withnnt an v sfTnrt.
1.5. J . q,, . . '
as uo nau rauiuij uii. - x uo tretiuiuuj-
of 'one of the most powerful , writers
rttiut'llgum ASIFVV JiJ CAgeaiaAVA T?yiUOU , lO AlOU
adduced. Hertestimony was to the effWt
that, "some hours after taking a large
quantity o t tea shetelt as if there was
nothing left but . her : head which, fur -
hished rapidlv language, or ideas of the
. r J - D c ..
best quality, and in goodly quantity, 'all
nip-lit lnnp- " Tri its " mnrlirinal from
IHglil !OIlg.f ,,111. .118 meaicinai irom
I n u1 n 1 a amrtlnVUfi OO am nanotltru 'I hid
Ihein 18 employed a8 a sedative. LblB,l
by-the-way, appears something like a
,."1 TT ,
strong aiiopatnic inaorsemeni ot xianne-
man's theory. It cures neuralgic head
aches, . where, pills are ; objected 'to.
Thein ointment for the hair ia ', found, ta
hava like effect. - PAstiles . made -with
Thein.: when burnt in a room, 'are said
to produce an equally soothing effect to
r irritable nerves. .,, ,
Married Without Gloves.
[From the Ottawa (Ill.) Republican.]
t' A few dayB since, a young gentleman
and young lady appeared at the parson'
age of art eminent1 clergyman -of -this
city,, for the purposs of having their re
spective , destinies united ' in the holy
bonds of. matrimony. Everything be
ing ready, the' clergyman was about to
proceed with the ceremony, when the
young lady . discovered that' she : was
minus her kid D-lnvna. an weHatnaa
such occasions; whereupon she request
. . M . 1
n -
ed ner amancea to hasten to a Store and
procure the indispensable kids., telling
K t Tri tr. Vl !n t t. liMiaarr araaa ar- mimki
change ber mind." The clergyman,
witnesses, andihtended. bride waited
.some time for the return of the youth
with the gloves; he didn't come.;,They
' waited longer, and still ha faiWl to. nut
t .H ryii mm .t . il
in an appearance. The matter at last be
coming really serious and alarming, the
clergyman took his hat and proceeded
post haste in search of the truant lover,
whom be, found after a diligent search
and many inquiries, quietly seated on
the veranda of the Park House, with his
feet elevated on the back of a chair, and
beinar asked to explain hiSBinguiar con
duct, he carelessly remarked that " he
was waiting to 8ee if she was going iO
change her mind." They were married,
i . 1 -. .A. iwa Iiaiii-q ilulsv
uOWUter, at saot, """'
is
is
SJ
on
at
is
a
? When a Turkish lady takes the bath,
her attire having first been removed, an
attendant takes a glove every day it
a new glove of undressed silk, and with
the disengaged hand she pours over her
mistress basins of warm water. Then
v, moon f o-ntl friction with the
g-love, sho slowly removes the salts and
P i.:.l? J 1...
akrarfin
ers the lady from head to foot, by means
.r - -ff .1 :u,- n,;l, . l.fl,u.
OI a mop Ol uuwujr oiisw, mui a. liuci
Of peculiar soap peculiar, 1 Oelieve, l
Turkev. Upon this 80ap depends much
1 . . F, , ,-, ..-.I -j
fii that riannn.iiirn HfiiLiiKHB hiiu bijuw
ui li vwvw
whiteness of the 8km ior wuicn eastern
wniriHii are always so remarkable.
ha thn reDutation of removing stains,
BTiota and. freckles tbat are not deeply
marked in tne CUUCie. ims Pmiui iue
matter having been performed, the lady
in an-ain deluged Wltn neateu water
IB again ""'"S ,
1 10 or 1 20 degrees, and poured from tabs
rhamnai of silver. Large towels
Iff ;?erLtbdfiwiS
flowers and gold, are wrapped around
her, and she is led into a saloon, she
. r.ft rlrfftm-like lann-nor.
Biuao iuv" o
where, rolling up a heap of cushions,
that might become faintness, were it
for the assiduity With Which Jl Slave tans
ner, - as eoonas u.w.cUuj
covered to bear it, another slave combs,
I. L 4 rllsnnBOS liai Kalf In Ana.
L'oZ': batl.
is one of gentle, Bloepy dreaminess.
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MEDICAL.
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WHY; ENDURE ,
LIVING; DEATH!
.i.M ,1-'t
v.i.iul f!
LTno0.n.yprPina'y almost say with 8t
retor,-l die daily." Toeobiect of this article ia
not to remind hi-nof im hispanga.bnttoabow
nim now woanian inenv
la forever., Tbe means I
ia m.n I
or inline
mediate and permanent relief are proffered I
him in
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- nAFj Vjy-i-"'!
- iiwwrasaniia j t c.e
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utKlilAN 1 fll";" DI ITERS I
- '' ' ' J -i ! c- - -j ..j --
-n "O im-. ! i-'-oP-ii m'j attT
An't'sforhimtoaay whethst he will oontiBBsl
Nsition to render life enjoyable. . o 1 )
mi 1 ;t. --s r. .4 -.u f-u.; tnaiis'hMf:
1 ':r . ., -. , .. ,.,t-
ach e are te be found la Ira-, ,Hy and towa Ia 4be
'lltt Sutea healthy men and women, eacaed
Hum irurLuro oy us
use. and eager to b-sr
teatimony to its vir- -
toea. It differs from
i T
For aaoh eonstitntjona and systemsa require for
. . . .. . .
. HOOPIiaND'S
. ,3in;
CERM AN-. ' TONIC !
. ...1 i-,i.,to.wj a ! f Ml S-f i .w-li-.li. t J!'
Has been provided a preparation in whisk the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vesteta.
ki. w;.i ... :. -i.; 1
w. w ubi, " " mawuu vj m .,111 IV, ' UH
sgent, purged of all deleterious oonstitueats. Tbe
patient, in choosing between these two creat anti-
dotes, should be guide 1 by bis own condition, if in
a very low state from debility,, the Tonieahoald be
his selee ioa; but in eases where the emenreneyt is
gt so pressing, the Bitters is the speeifie required.
Thousands find infin- a ite benefit from tak-
Una each in turn. - W There i. n .. f
,n?,Be"Vni oiiiousne, nervous aisease orphyat;
- proatration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnwa,singiy or oomouuo, tney will not en
I effect
"Uf.
r- if - i s'
Exchange Pain for Ease
r 'il'l "' b ? T. ?r
nun -I, ii du - U UPt nv H IDS Kit
menta woioh interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom I
of life and. in short, become a ,
.' . . i..,iiviwiiiHg
. . . , , , i
Wm! ! ti Ki.;
A, ViNEWii MAN!
Throcgh the inatrumentality pf the moat powerful
I mil w.di wi m, ios,uiiiis luriKurMlU ,1111 OUI-
reouves, ,iM.. 1Ui
nOOFLAXD'S GERMAN ' BITTERS
l "ZilVJjl if
howola. are eradicated by a coarse of this great
nn.inTiTiiTinnai mns-Mii,
, CONSTITUTIONAL; SPECIFIC,!
wllloimt .. ,nd di8Me8 th;t
.i
have entrenched them selves in the system, butli.in
!8 ihe be8t kown "fela"d sgainst all unhealthy
.nflnc.s,rPereon. whose oooopat.on. and Pl-
it enojeo' '"em vu sue oepressmz enacts Ol a I
I ularlj as a protection against tbe low fevers and
fl mQ,i i
otner disorders wnicn maisna engenders
lnva-
liaM wao
I WACTlBin "AUfAV
j.. ti -7 a ss w a ii n a a t r
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W5tfjoot any.pce... oonrSaint. exceot a gradual
I declination of bodily atrenrth and nervous eaerer.
I will find -in i the BllV- ,TERS.a founta.B of
. yuaiity and vigor, aa I ret res hi Dg and exil-
I sratini as a pool in the desert to. the sand-aoorched
( and fainting travalera. . .-iJ , r.. . ; . .
, . . . vt.-a.- - : I ;i
-"a HOOPXiaND'S '
QERIVI ATJ BITTERS
i ,i ... -i ..i 7f-w. i.
i Is com nose 1 of thenars iniees for. as they are me
Idicinally termed. Extracts), of Roots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
I J111110" f ,f oln j000110 .samlxtnre of any
TJ"!:! "rTI ' - .-! T T 1 t J
:; - HOOPIaaNID'S '" '
' ' '"''
GERMAN TONIC
1 -. i. .... 4U,i .... .
I la a combination of aH theiDeredlentenf the Bit-
1 Um. .ilk lh annul nmlil.v nf K.ai.. P.m. Rnm
Orange, etc.. makinc one of the must nleasant and
I agreeable remedies ever offered to the public ' j
These remedies will effeqtually oure Liver Jom-
I stlatnt Jasanrliiaat I vaw . . ausuia. . f.lan.a ava.
plaint. Jaundice, Dys-1; I ti, pesuun ,.thronie-i prl
ftf .aniari'dlaeTcs TSta?:
I j il 1 . U . I ."
oereu uirer or iwmwi, v , " ; ' . I
1. ;ci.7i . j aa'vonsti-:
Epatio
Piles.
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f'nllnesj of
ii-i ,s Blood-to -thf -Head, '
l.i.l,,. ... , ... . .. v.
r ''I1- IXausea. Heartburn, Disgust '
or Fluttering at the nit af te rltomaoh.
Swtmminir of the Head. Hurried and Uifficnlt
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
riutiocating .Sensatiana whan in a Lying Posture,
LMinnesg ot v uiion. I'ou or wens oeiore tne
bight, fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
-- tvencieacy oi rerepiratton, leiiownesg
I
,ot tne DKin and r-ves. l ain in tne.
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto. ' '
budden Flushes of Heat, . ii
Burning in the Flesh,
;.:.n:u LOonstant ' Imagin- . !?'' ;
inga of Evil, and . ... ,
Ureat Dcpres '
- ::" t sion of
' Spirits. . I -.
.. They are tha Greatest and Bestl -
BLOOD PUBIFIEK8
Ever known, end will cure all diseases resulting
BTur.0'0.!
eeo Tour diseative
i iiwn ii.n li I (w.i h.
Keen sour
1 yur Liver in oider.
1 nmn, in .nnnrt
ja, neep your
healthyoondition.by
I the use of these remedies, and no disease will ev. r
sasaiiyou,
1'
Weak and Delicate - Children
v . --.i'
edies. They will cure
'AlL "rf certif
xx i aj uinuu BtiuiiK u w i tin ufd ui Ultunr til luD mui'
ievereue or
fioatoa have accnmnlatcd in
the baa sof the proprietors, but apace will all
allow
I of tho publication ol but a few. 1 hose, it will be
obserred. art men of nuto' and uf iach standing tbat
inmj in js.oe oeiievea.!
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
- SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDfES.
Hoti. c. :W. w6"oDWAw.y;,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
March V isst.
I i &a rjiwtfl.nil'a Usrmsn Bitters' is a good ton-
h ' """r. as of the dicestive or-
a'na. and of great ben- AW eflt in eaaes of debil
ity and wantof nervooswiion in tbe aysteiu. j
i ours srmy.r. .: uav. , w..
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
VnTi.snii.rni i. Anril 98. 18B6. :
i .AnnA, annnfl.nd,s Herman Bitten" a valua
ble medicine in oses of attaoks of lndisestinn ot
I Djspepaia. I canoe ti'y this Irom my experience
of iu . , w,t iw3ames THOMPSON.
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HON. J AS.' ROSS SNOWDEN
j rothonoUry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva-1
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, , PHILADELPHIA, 0 t. 14.1BSI.
i ..uoofInd's Qerma I Bitters" is a very useful ar-
tide as a tonio and aa an appetiser. It h not ss in-
toxi ating drink, and may boused beneficially by
Re-oectfully youra, - .
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JAMiiS KOiSS SAOWDEK.
CATJTION",
Hoofland'8Uermin Kemeaiw arc oonf"0V.v
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P.-incioal Office and Manufactory at the German
Mf jloinJ store. o. 631 AECH STREET. Phiia-
aelphia.Pa. . , , '
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formeriy C. M. JACKSON t CO,
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INSURANCE:
:ail tr .'Tj itroilriag 'ad srWrM or ka
COXIIXEXTAL .. iiSCRAiCE ::().,
OF NEW YORK.
- - .noiI-ia eld nl Jubntiiil od .ii a nd
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Capital fnlly paid Bp.i...,iisjt..a600.000-00
Amount or avauante assets.... s.naa.aUU 31
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CERTIFICATE tK PUBLICATION.
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ktn-.; ,:b ,iAUDlTVHVt -STATK 'S OFFICEJ -
i-. ..-I ! 'COLUn-Blis. O., J-ebruar.T li, lf8.
It is hereby certified. Tbat the ConinemaI (Fire)
Insurance Com cany, located at Mew York,, in. tha
State of New York, has complied, in sll respects,
with the lawa of this State relating to sack insur
ance Companies, fnr the current year, and has filed
in his Office a aworn Statement., by the proper
Officers, shnwins its condition and basiness. at the
; date of sock ststcment, as follows ;.s , . r
Amount of actual paid-np Capital...... fsno.noo oa
Aggregate amount of available assets.. . .1,614.590 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, inc . - -
Re-insara,'-ee 3S1.1W2 93
Amount o' income for the pre eding year 80lj5 IS
Amaut ot expenditures 1J sue pieced- ,
ing year 81,43 47
' In witness whereof. I- havli hereunto' Sobscri'd
mv name, and eansed tbe Seat -of my
IsealJ . Office to be affixed, the day and year above
written. -: , w -
JA. B. GODMAN. AoditDref SUte.
: By Ji8. WiLLiiMS. Cbiet Clerk,
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, ; Ceo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agenl?,
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' AS -TO TEI BU8INI8S AHB 1FPAIBS OF TBI
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP Y,
OF SAN FRANCISCOi CAL
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CERTIFICATE lOtt FCBtlCATIorf.
' ' !' i: AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFIOE..
V :..( i-u'l . DBFABTMSkT OF IXgritAKCB.
"1. Columbus. Sept. 19th. lotta.J
It is hereby certified, Tbat the Pacifii Insurance
Company, located at an Francisco, in-tha State of
California has eomplied, in all respect, with the
lawa of this State relating to snob Insurance Com
panies, for the oerrent year, and haa .filed in tbis
Amount of actual paid up"t;apitaj.... -Vo .
Aggregate amonntot available assets,, 1.289,818 oa
Aggregate amount of Liabilities..... .. 'jSS.WO 98
Amonnt of income for the preceding " '
- ,ear i.v..i....wb WjOdO 70
Amount of expenditures for -the pre- -
eeding yar,.T,."-,-""----. fwass ia
,i In witness whereof. I have, hr-unui s'nhsorihed
.nil M.nsad the Spal of mv tlmce
' IsealJ to be affixed, the day and year' above
- ("""- ... J AS. WILLIAMS,
. . i . . Chief Clerk for Auditor of SUte.
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agentu,
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AS 10 TBE BUSINESS AND AFfAlES OTH
NORTH BRITbn & MERCANTILE
Of London and Edinburgh.
: AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)
, lNSUBANCE L)IPAT1IBNT.
COLUMBUS. 0 Sept. 18, 1868. J
It Is hereby oertified. That the riorth British
and Meicantile.lnsureneeCsjnpany.of Ifndonsnd
tdinburgh. has comilied mail ri-aptota with tie
lawa of Xta Sute relating to Fire l"'5f"V",n:
paniw of for.igbnO.vernm.nt. M5;
year, incinaing vm r, p.,Ti holder. r.
i i i - fi.il,. .Aonrity ol foiiey noiaera re-
MUU :m.l .nil that
and tbat the awoin
i. l ed in this depart -
!!?!5!ii,TiS orowroer.,.fi.I iathis depart
Wi .hn. ita condition and
oo and business at the data
. 31, 188T) as follows : 1
men. iu,"" " w n
. c u ..tmenttl'ec.
,- ". nf .otoal paid npeopiialuiy.iii Sn,oon
A?2itV ."cuniavsnlahle-asseu 813 S03,ens 85
Ag5regt"n'oont of liabilrtiea..-.,.. 1,7451.310
Amount of income forr.tbe preceding, jj y
AmJunt'of "expenditurea for the pTeosda fj
ing year.-,.-..,-v..!- a,73i"o a
',. In witneas whereof I have, hare"f !oUeied
mv name and osused the Seal of my Offiee
IsealJ to be affixed the day and year above
i .-5:wtf-' jODMt;if.Anditotof'suU.
By Jas. w?ll?I. chirf 9p;r.
' Geo. ?. O'Harra & 4g"it8,
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ColatatiaxiaiO.
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