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TOSfflESS DIRECTORY
, ? J i fTi tARCHITECT.
1"P T. BROOKES,
J JCao Architect. Vi'il tnsineer, Ao.
r' Office ovei the Kktionai bxchaofe Bank
ATTORNEYS.
BttAkEftO IfAKH,
ATTOEIS AT LAW -!'
' Ofiice, No. 6S boBtb. High street, Amboa Build-
1AS1ENO. BVLL.
l i ATTUB9I t. Y-AX-LAW MAYOR, '' ft
-. ' Uyifr Office.
TTUfWAKD 1'. DeLANV,
Hr A.XTORJiiii-AT-LAW A Notary Poblio.
v - - - - - Otiioe to Para u'a Building-.
Tf7IA-4n & WonOBUFf,
,V-, ATTtfiH8 KAT AiAW, -0IBce
89 oath bma street, Auibos Baildine.
'AUCTION AND COMMISSION,
Ve An
knetioneer and nealnr in Sail Ettji Rnnw
uoia uooaa, iiotaiDg ado noticuo,
y J s. Mo. 7 W est Urokd itreoti I
BATHROOMS.
4 DIIIEK.
BarBer and Hair Dresaer.
Hnt mil' Col
liatha.
basement Poatoffice rJ ildin.
4 if;
BOOK BINDERS.
- J Hook Hinders - Blank
Book M snafmotarors.
fruiters and Publisher.
Opera BqiHing.
-BooTsirsnoES,
w.
X. WlL.L.IAItl& A CO.,
144 Souta Hitfb atreet. . J aat nweivAd n
elegant assortment, ftear styles. low Dricea. 1.
! ttte. please call. , .
U 1 tbe noted house for good Boots and Shoe
allow price. Aew btook jastreoaiyed.
376 Sooth High street.-
COAL DEALERS.
, OOBiASom t4 . .-. ,i
IX Pealers in fituburgh and OhioCoaL; Also,
toke, lrAin Tile and Stone Sewer fipe.'
o: s' . -Nn.Ml Aoith Hich street. '
"C0MAUSSI0N MERCHANTS.
- - .
jJU-a Clommisiuoa. ForitArding and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in urain, Flour. k0 S!7 W. Hroad
rreefe.
ll
CORSETS.
' M. A fj aEta A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers ia French. Gar-
; suaaana Amerioaa uoriiu. Also, tiop skirts. -e
. 1st upra Uuuoe.
CROCKERY, &c.
i AI7 fll. ft ELTON, ,
' ' Wholesale and Retail Dealerjn China.
Qaeei sware.Glaje, Plated UcKxls.Laiopsanil Lamp
. rixinres. ; e r-or.n Hign street.
' t i '. nAlti '
iV Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dea'ai
M Crockery, Ctiiua, Ulax. CuUer, Platad UtNMs,
vuai vii uftiupa, o.c.
' '159 South High street.'
DENTISTRY.8
t tlfdKNEK EUt .U 1IH 44 EtC, - '7
- - -, . . ' -rto- Jk EasI Broad streets
, Yt e aim to be the ea.. , . . ..
. W tttillN. DKNTIST. rrtim. ht
of TiAntiatrv i 11 . . 1 . 1 1 . llnn.i.
Mineral Plate. Utfioe. 10 and II Opera Block.
DRY GOODS.
C:KBEK1I 4k CO.,
e Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions,
Carpet. Oi
-Cloths. Mattings, Shades. Hats,
Oorner Big a ana rrieau atreet.
Caps and J'urs,
" T ' A. OtBilKI. Ac . O. , ' ' '
U' - - I4i death High street.
j tarpets atattinn, Oil Uotn,tinauaa, Sta le ant.
yapcj Drylieods.
'. a. , .
,X1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
fancy Dr Uooda. aud atanutacturers of Ladies'
Cloaa. 13 8. Hign reet.
jOJaTaa ST. IIHI UVVOSSl'OttA,
JP ' Kram A Co., cash dealers in Dry Uoods and
oti aa. tis.,uiUlt Eourtn struet. ,f , .:-tiu -
"7AiM IfAUbiiiuN. . .
J -' Whetsnle and Retail D-.aler in Dry 'Goods,
siaasvrau xtauaing. sikriii aua isat eoutn niga
treetvt ,,.,., ' -
KA.MO 4k Mlt4IN, - .--!!. !
Dealer in otaple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents jt'urnishing Uoodis Mo. 6 Mail House. .. ..
i laLAiaiiMaaTf t-HAV 4k no.,
T Doakeia in Staple aud Fauey Dry Goods.
lo.itvgoulk tiigh atreet .
VeFweigtt-aad Doueatie Hry Goeda, Cloths,
m urwt'wssj. wv s4 on utn nrgn sireet. .
DHUGGISTS.K
jilirii I -JC
-l i o
-r
-SI if
;
S ifcro'i' uuuti sto'aae
. .. .- - JOHN 8. hWKERTS,
aviautataa Apotnaoary -
- ,, .154 North High street.
AlAKi-LKAKllsV,
WHOLASALEA KE i AlL DRUGGISTS.
t- , , ,, . , luu South High St Coiutubna.O. .
H? i'?1 -CA. 4k CO., , ,
x- w bolesale and Ke.aii Druggist, and Dealers
u rTupnetary Jtedieinea.
- - j 84 North High street. :
I 3
IlNGRAVERS.
lAlCMESt 4k mOOKE
ja.a-
Designers. bnzrayers and Pnhli.hm
.Nqta-
rial and other seal engraved u dar .
N"L 107 and loo South High "street..
, FURNITURE, &c.
.1.1 I:
4noLlinuij CAMiNET CO., . ,
j Manulaoturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ar'in'irarniture.Ouairs, Mattrasses, etc. '
V(m nI, jo. iUl South High St. opera House).
SUlOf
Manut
rDBItlTEBkL'O.,
atintantiireranf nrstelasa Furniture. Whole-
;ale ad Retail" Warerootus, 8, 1 k'hd 8 (iwynne
Bteck. - ' -'
'
ni HOUSE i FURNISHING. ' -
XU Dealer, in Mantles, tttuvea inil
nd House r ur-
matringUtHia. Ahro, Tin. Copper and Sheet ird.i
VTare. ) c. i : - .. . .,17 isast Town- .treet.
a aV fan -AW 'T-el ak ara A. i aJii.i
T"
A Hons Furnishing dl. Mantle. Grates.
Copper, Tin and SUeu
tovea and Mantles.
outa Hih street.
AkT(M,T41LOa) HitF, ,
Daalerain Hardware, aouaeFarniahtng Goods
Marble ana Slat AUatlo. Urate. Hot Air
Fml-ao, A, .n vt 30 Aiarth aligh street.
:xsoop SKIRTS. ;
1 i,i..:..; .. . . . :. ,
-t, ' Mtfelr, .' -''2, ' " ' .-'
Xl Mahufactnrer and Whoterale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts aud Orfsot. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
a nd ano j QfUi yW South High street,, k ,
BuismEsiiiSE
HOTB VSEWING MACHINE U
Sr. AihcEi.ii,
Dealer in Muioar Merchandise, Boots. Sta
tioner; and VawiyUoed lenerallyx aHpecial Agent
for tbe oelebrated Uas Howe Ooldjledal Searing
Machine. No. 6 Soutb Hian street.
HATS & CAPS.
MH9. 1TI. PI. AAUF, . , , i.
: (Staxceuor t E. LauO Peeler in Bats, Clips.
Fun and Straw Uooda 329 South Hign street.
. .( ,v.-y:: Sian Uolden Hat.)
'iC3
J' 'HOTELS.
A .1
VTATaUNAA. HOTf l,,
J. M. WAV IUSUN. r"r-pnetor.
UMTEO STATES UO rei.
Corner High and Town atreet. -
' - - E. J. BLOON f. Proprietor!
ZfcTTLF.K HOlItF,
Corner, ('oartk A Friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables . ,
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
MEKCHA(ITS HOTEL,
340 frJouth High street. Good (tabling attach
ed to premise' - . j i
Tf.a- ! h.:t uW Ft THATCHER. Proprietor.
..-a , INSURANCE.
CoNEcrfccT nirruAE' i-ife
lurane Company'. Assets, $16,' 00,000.
WM. JAMISON, Annt. Columbus. 0.
NEWKIRK A KIILf ENBEKGEKi
UE N tKAli A(i EMS Seeurit t Lfe Inaaranee
Compmy, ... .. . Mo. Opera House.
HOME INSDKANCB COMPANY OF
Columbns. O. apical and Assets, H60.5H.i7.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y-
- - Office, No. AT Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
. KlITlMOnS, .
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
HI S. Hich street. Opera House Block.
IIK. A. IIWWNlaiG, -
Am iu,ii. u : 1 1 : tit II 1.
icii.i m i iiiiudij, V, ii B n vrwto B1IU . . . u.
mings. Ko- 87 Morth Hich street. . ...
JH. WILKIC,
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd rsnoy Uoods. 130 Soutb Hih street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCH4 f H AfJSEN Ac otOHLLEBEK,'
Merebant Tailors and Dealers in Uents' Fur-
nishing Uoods,
No. 58 North High street
c.
iTtNIIWAKDER. f-j
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. Also asentforthe Diamond Shirts.
- tai South tluh street.
THE OHIO MRH47W NT-TAILORING
A JLOTHlN CO.. 185 ST High e. Ueats'
suit made to. order." Eradj-inAda clothing al
way on hand. , - '
TOHH tUUVKEBtCHKK.
(J Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
uents x urai
s uyw. -2 . - , , ... .
,, i r
1 .': HO. 81 Worth Hrsb street.
JOHI" M t'flTER. - "
MKRCHANT TAILXIB nn Snnth m.h .t
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWSDEALERS.
ANDREWS 4k 11ULJL,
ISewa DeaJftrs. KonksAllera enil KtatlnnM..
No. 55 Sou ih High street, nex" door to Postoffice.
TtKEO. tfULHIANN,
A1 :. ta Dealer. Bookaeller. Knatlnner af !.-
er. f u)Mieatioiu m both German and Engish.v..
' 131 Konth Histhstre.it. '
PAPER" WAREHOUSES. v 1
ASDKEW8, PEKHVACO,
ManttfaAtm-eni and Ialem1n WrlfimrFniir.
if And Wrapping Papers. 88 A W North High St.
MtVidm;iis,
JiaajqiKBSi i - i '. ..
ealers-in Printincr KmV Vritin. nA Vi
tV Deal
Paper 86,36 A 40 Mor.h High street.
L.jj ; i
..n 3 -PHOTOGRAPHERS.
DfclWH &wri.:VM!i. 1 J 1
qi j u n..t .
-JI. ELLIOTT. . ..." ,. . .
PHOToqUAPHER,-187 South High street.
Piettrres made-inerery-tyleand siir.
Dv 'J. AfTCHEK,' i 'V.i!. v.'invif.
.. Phtoiirphj. Ambmtypes. Gems, etc.. etc.
No. 13 South High atreet.
PHYSICIAN.
T7 M. AsOWNM, 171. ... .
Xve No. 3 Opera House. Treat Diseases of the
. Ear. Heart, Tfaroatand Longs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
pianos:
F. H4UU IM 4k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealera iTor' r.fbtji L.
Ju'rand Uwne A Bro.s Piaoos.". Also, Organ.
Jlelodeons and other musical instruments. . .
x.-. .. ... 3 North High ftreet'. '
j:
IT. 'WOO OK. ''
r
A cent for Chickering and EmmersonV Pi
ano. Also, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Uufcic.
.;-t -, :. - 34 Seuth High street.
;Ha RESTAURANT.
ANK FXCHANeK REXTAVRAIIIS
Corner iitate and Hieb straets. . ...... r
CHaRLEV MVER. Proprietor. ,
J5EWLNG MACHINES. '
E'IMA StSwIHO 171 AC Hi N E9I,
fl: The beat in the world. Noa. 1 and 1 Ocra
House.
W. PlilMEL, General Agent, t
" WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
. U 4t . M V CM.. - -
Healers in F'ine Waiehea. Clonka. Jewelry.
Platmlwar,' Spectacles, Ac, No. .11 Ea.t Town
lATt-.Sek HAHKIUIV:, .:
U Siineesaor to Win. Blynn) dealer in Dia
monds, Watch , Jewelry. Silyet War and Spec-
taole... No, 3 Neil Honre. . . :;
FA. AL LEQUKHEIX,
Wholesale and Petail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelr.. Nn. 71 Soutb Hiah sireet .
.STRICTLYWHOLESALtL
B
ANCrtOFC MROs). 4k CO.,
W holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Uwynoe Block. Town street. ,
RJ
A.EIH, JONES 4k CO.v r - ' 4.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots'
and Shoes. No. 3 Uwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE HEREBY ' GIVEN
all whom it may conoern. tbac the City 1
TO
Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized ana carrying on ousiness as an Indepen
dent Banking ompany at the city ot Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of tbe General Assembly of the
said State of uhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February S4tb, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking busiuesx,
to tl at end has. in pursuance of tbe statutes of the
said state of uhio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of tbe maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State ni
Ohio to be destroyed, and hate provided means and
given security to tbe satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
.Secretary and . Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of lere and. aVthe said city of Cleveland, where
said Ci W Bank is located. - . -
Done by order of ibe Board or Direotors of the
City Bank of Cleveland, July 9th, I "68, .
- ; LfiMCbL W1UA. President. -J
3yll-dltaw0m "
,
NOTICE.
BANE OF COMMERCE,
I
Cleveland, May 2i, tm.
fOTICE I3HGREMI GIVEN TO TUB
f- noiders of the outstanding notes or the late
1'ank of Commerce, and all other parties interested
ibat alter ;the expiration of aix months from this'
date, application will oe made to the Auditor, Sec-.
Bank the st. jks deposited to secure the outstanding ,
circulation of said Bank in pursuance of the fort-
u l.l iwumroi state to surrenaor to saia
iii..-, tin Ui iui act 10 authorise Jfeo Bank-,
og. passed March list. 1851. l
! H. R.HtntL.nSU
j
; The Sisters of St. Marj'tf,
OF THE sfKINGs. KECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on '
the first Monday in September, laus. r'or Board and
Tuition. (76, ttiO. 8)85 and 880, according to tbe de
partment of tbe pupil. , fcK. KOsE, Sup't. , .
. Address Box 451. au3-dtf '
1
j,TS.rS.'VPINNEY:S
pjANClNO AC ADEM If 13 ROW OPEK AT
1 , NAUCHTOM ' HALL.
' For'juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from 1 to 5
P. M Gentlemen's evening elan at AM BOS
HALL, 33d iuWt o'clock P. M. ... ootli
talesman!
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FASHIONS FOR THE MONTH.
There is but little to note in change of
Btyle or of material since our last re'
port. Several novelties Lave come un'
der our observation, which are reported
fur the benefit of our lady readers.
Ameng phce r is a .beautiful' ?w9ning
drefis of ' apricot colored'-silk, plainly
but tastefully trimmed. The trout t d
side breadths are gored, the back
breadths full and t .-.ined, and white
satin forms the trimmings. Three folds
of white satin run around the skirt, the
first one-fourth of a; yard from the bot
tom. Over the side and front b.eadths
is a short overskirt trimmed with silk
fringe, the tasseTs of the fringe white,
the netting and heading frpncot color.
Covering the seams which join the front
breadth of this overskirt to the. side
ones, are upright satin Wda extending
trom the waist to within three inches ot
the edge. The ends of these folds are
finished with fringe, and, an inch from
the end, are clasped, o fh ..dress by. a
band of satin witk sa, small bawLta f '
There is a low corsage for full-dress
occasion, with a fall of fringe around the
neck and sleeves, and a fluting of point
Uce standing above the fringe. A hijh
bodice is made to be worn at pleasure,
and trimmed with frbite satin folds;
fringe crosses the shoulders, falling over
the sleeves, and at the band white satin
folds .runs diagonally. The belt is tbe
8amf material, as 'the dress, with four
narrow folds and a satin bow at the back.
The skirt is plain on the back and
caught up in two panniers by bands of
satin, with large, bows. Ihe bows dec
orating!; thii .ess are a novelty; they
are of plaited satin in the form of a shell.
A novelty is evening dresses in a
changeable silk, of green and red, show
ing the green more than the red. ' The
front breadth is plain, with narrjw folds,
of a delicate er:eeu, a few inches apart
for a half yard, tbe upper folds running
around the entire skirt. Beginning at
the seams of the front breadth is a wide
flounce around the- bottom, 'set oh with
a fluting of the s'me material' Narrow
satin folds cover the seams joining the
front and side breadths, put on in the
form of chain links; the jeijda joined and
edged with frige,hhfck''fall3; oyer the
upper told, llie Dack. Dread t us are tail
and long, but have no panniers. The
corsage is in the Pompadour style, quite
low m front with a fluting ot lace, and
above this point-lace edging, which
extends around the neck, and coat
sleeves with lace at the hand. There
is also a low corsage for full evening
dress, with scallops around the neck
and sleeves; and a fluting of lace above
these scallops5 ii
A aress recently maae up tor evening
is composed of pink silk underskirt,
trained, with an overskirt of delicate
drab satin, puffed at the back with rib
bon and rosettes. A putting ot lace is
worn under the low bodice, ana the
sleeves have a fall of lace below the
elbow.
Another is made in the. tunic style,
with a flounce headed, iy folds of -aatiu
and fringe. The tusiela of black Span
ish lace, festooned at the sides with
roses and ribbons, of the same shade as
the dress. The corsage is high, with
coat sleeves, lavjng one puff on iop-r-TlieToeves
and corsage are partly coh
ered" with lace. The edge of the lace
tunic and sleeves are trimmed with
fringe. Black lace over colored silks
and satins will be very fashionable. '
The striped costumes, which were so
pretty and so popular during the sum
mer, have been replaced by a material
composed of wool and silk, with satiu
stripes, green and black, blue and black,
etc. One of the most convenient ar
rangements of the present season is the
introduction of a black underskirt, either
of silk or cashmere; and an economic
method of renewing tbe wardrobe is ren
dered very.'-eas by j the nnionrof two
uressesi always uettriDg 111 uituu iiie fol
lowing advice :
The dresses must not be of two differ
ent patterns; one material should be a
simple color, and, if possible, a neutral
tint, such as gray, black or brown. This
may indifferently form the upper or the
underskirt, according1 to taste. The
mantelet may match either the petticoat
or dress, as most convenient.
Many new shades have been intro
duced this fall ; but the most popular is
the garnet, or Sultan, as it is called ;
not the dark, muddy garnet, but a red
der tint,,rather bright And clear.i Jlich
shades of golden browjp are also popular.
Nearly all the new goods are shot, or
changeable ; that is, of two colors, as
red and black, green and black, blue
and gold, etc. This style is not confined
to silks, but is seen in goods of all ma
terials, even the lowest priced. Stripes
are usually narrow, but of gay colors.
It will be most 'difficult to dress with
taste, now that so many hues are intro
duced into the toilet ; when blacks,
browns and grays were the predominent
colors, it was almost impossible to go
astray as to color, in however bad taste
the form of the garment may have been;
birt bow) hopgbf our treets tnay look
more "picturesque for the gayly clad" fig
ures floating to and fro, we fear the in
dividual will suffer in appearance. It
requires a very nice taste to assort gay
color's well ; where it is. possible to in
troduce a good deal of black among
bright Lues, it helps wonderfully to tone
down the other colors.
Short dWsses 'are -more and more
worn, and even for ordinary house wear
are growing very popular; but nothing
can replace the train-skirt for evening
wear. Flounces and ruffles of all widths
are popular, and in may cases pleated
flounces have replaced the gathered
ones; narrow ruffles continue to be gath
ered,, Andoften pinked at theepge.
Nearly ft redresses, hava the upet-fekirt
looped up. Dresses open in front grow
more and more into favor. It is very
firobable they will be definitely adopted
or all toilets, with the exception of
printer walking-dresses. There are sev
eral styles of open dress; they are cut
tilbeE. aa A shawL-a la -Waltetiu ariiIa
The dress, opening as a shawl, de
scribes a point at th e bottom, and the
bodice is frequently fastened at one side;
At the open side there is a second row of
buttons.
The Watteau body opens squarely, and
tarlatan fichu is worn beneath. This
fichu crosses whilst forming folds. The
Bretonne bodice opens very low, and is
rounded off -at the sides; instead 'of ter
minating with a straight line, as the
Watteau, it finishes off with a curved
line; "It is the'piettiest and roost dressy
of all the three 'different style's. Inside
"
a
in
in
we
or
.
be
I
the Bretonne .bodice either a bontilanme
is arranged, or else a narrow, plaiting of I
muslin eageu wuu iace. it is cut too
low to admit of lace only.
: 'A few new 'collars have been intro
duced lately. 1 There is one form made
of fine white linen, bordered with color:
on the front there are points which slope
backward a' considerable distance, and
disdover a foulard cravat , tied "negli
gent! y "round the throat; there is another
collar which folds over, like the revert,
upon an open dress, .and which discovers
a little or the; chest.- borne collars &i
rosde of striped cambric, and are edged
wit1! narrow Valenciennes.' For a long
period the email stand-up collars have
been universally wornrthese innovations
Lire a change, if not an improvement, on
a style that has become monotonous. . i
. The new styles of gloves are out, tbe
fruit of much thought on the part of the
energetic1 and ' thorough' personage who
superintends tbe design of. all . Alexan
dre's gloves, which, by the way, are all
shipped to Stewart's, sob, a pair of that
brand being v found in Jiinglandior sale.
Ilie shades fashionable tor morning
wear are lilac stone, reddish brown, .op
posed to (he snuff browns worn before,
and. Sultan. PaksoMof delicate .taste
will choose the first color; the bright red
gloves bordering on the eccentric, though
one grows used to anything in time
The ordinary length of glove with two
buttons has eight studs on the back, and
the .embroidery line on the back runs
between them. The cord and tassel
laces once in tbe center of studs.' A
longer wristed glove has twelve studs,
and is welted with white. ' A new fast
ening has been invented for which glove
wearers will be grateful, a moveable
stud, or stud with .chain and anchor,
which will outlast many pairs of gloves,
and graduates itself to any fit. These
fastenings are silvered and cost fifty
cents a pair. ,,.';--
Among the usual shades for visiting
gloves, designed to match suits, are the
red tan, blue purple, stone-drab and dark
green. Evening shades are straw color
and cream.
Cashmere or cloth gloves are of good
quality and extra fit this season, and are
almost as nice as kid gloves;, the price is
nearly as high too. btone colors are
embroidered on tbe back, fitted with
studs and Volants on the mist-like
dnchesse gloves. A warm mixed gray
glove has laced back, and scarlet or pur
ple cuff trimmings, and wrists as deep
as monsquetaire gloves.
Light pear tinted, pale pink and the
faintest buff-colored gloves are preferred
to white tor evening wear. . ' " '
Very : broad . ribbon." neckties - with
fringed ends are the rage for ladies; the
most fc ". jionable are striped in Algerine
patterns..
At bimmous Jsluinery Headquarters.
Opera House, we find but few additions
to our last week's report. The styles
for the winter wear have all been de.
termined and published, yet we are in
formed of some beautiful bonnets that
will be on exhibition at this great mill
nery house during the month.
Bonnets grow smaller and smaller, the
diadem front being fashionable and un
becoming. .Hats are very popular this
winter, not only for young ladies, but
married ones also; tbey really cover the
face and head more than the bonnet, and
with the addition of the lace fall, which
is put on , the hat, as well as the bonnet
at the ears, if desired, they are just as
warm.
xne assortment ot Donnets at s n-
mons' is more varied and elegant than
ever, and we noticed two ns indicating
the prevailing style. , One is of th
Mane Antoinette shape, and is of royal
velvet, shirred; of an exquisite shade of
light creamy brown, and is trimmed
with folds of satin of the same color but
of a darker and richer shade. At the
back is a crown of fine Spanish lace
forming a species ot net, conhned .by
bow of brown satin, and the lace is con
tinned and brought to the front, where
it falls in graceful scarf ends, united
across the chest by rosettes of brown
satin. . Iu front is a diadem of jet. A
boquet of richly tinted autumn leaves.
ot air the gorgeous golden and brown
tints, falls from tbe front towards the
back of this tasteful and elegant bonnet.
The other is a charming and aristo
cratic creation. The foundation is of
black satin, over which are puffs of
S panish lace with a rich vail of the same
falling at the back, and also forming
strings in front, confined by bows of
satin. There is a satin bow at the back,
and also one quite low at the side of the
bonnet. On the opposite side is a taste
ful bouquet of small pink, crimson and
tea-roses, the shades of which are so ad
mirably assorted that they blend in
most attractive manner. The bandeau
in front, which forms quite a tiara, is
composed of stars of jet and quillings of
black lace.
At Savage's jewelry house, we notice
some very late importations in French
jewelry that may be said to rival the
pure quill. I hey are extremely fash
ionable in shape, being in style of dead
gold now the only fashion tor jewelry,
This French jewelry is worn more ex-
tensivt If than our readers have any idea
of, and by ladies of fashion, wealth and
undeniable taste. Since its introduction
lady may select jewelry to correspond
with her dress, and thus add to the ef
fect of her costume. ... . .:.
There are also here specimens of the
latest novelties in gold jewelry a
spiral necklace and locket and a pair of
dead gold bracelets being the most beau
tiful and most noticeable. .. The new
styles of chatelaines have been received
by Savage, and something .entirely new
gentlemen's . sleeve buttons,, which
are in cameo medallion, in sardonyx and
Byzantine mosaic. They are beyond
expression beautiful...-: . ! .
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
" FOR ONE DOLLAR
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. l:
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ten checks describing ten different articles, which
will sell fi r Oni Dollak bach, and as a Com
mission to 'the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300, . . . , ,
For 3,- 30 checks and 20 yds. Sheeting,
For; $5, '50 checks 'and 30 yds. Sheeting,
For $10, 1U0 checks and 65 yds.'-Sheeting,
other articles equally Valuable. '
should the articles named on the Checks not b
desired, a selection can be made from our Exchange-
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other housr; and as our goods art acknowledged to
superior to any other concern, we know that after
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A LIVING DEATH!
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him iu ...j . , .. .. ..i,..,, , ii,.v;) i
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, r ... I
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- For sueb eon-ttitotions and systems a require for
. their invigoration a diffusive stimalant, . ,
HOOFLAND'S I
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Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
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t DM!,...-. T 3 T it jri i 1-vt ri. i
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mrm vf-va wumvu lis uv SB WBa wUV ' OtVUlOWU 111. bllC
nnv aIm nvra tra.ii ir f ai K a Ami poo nf iKi aa
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Which not only eombats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tfce system, but
is the best known safecuard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits subject them to the depressing effects of a
Close, unwnoiesotne atmospnere, snould take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. .Inva
lid who are
WASTING AWAY,
Witnout any special eoisTitaint, excent a gradual
ueciination ot Doany strengtn an1 nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- rj" TERS a fountain ol
vitality and vigor, as a . refrsaaioe and exit-
erating as a pool in the desbrt to the cand-scoroaed
ana tainting travelers.
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GERMAN BITTERS
Is eompnse 1 of the nnre iniees (nr. aa thev are me
dicinally termed. Extr.wts). of Rwti, Herbs and
' Barks, making a Draoaration highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any
ai-u.
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC
. Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, witn tne purest quality ot aanta Cms Hum,
Orange, etc;, making one of the most plea-ant and
agreeaoie remeaies ever onerea to tne puouo
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
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Nervous Debility, laa Chronio Diseases of
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such
as Oonsli
pat'on. Inward " '
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Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
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Side, Hack, Cbe."t, Limbs, eto.,
' Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, - '
Constant Iroagin
' ' ' ingsof Evil, and
Oreat Depres
- sion of
Spirits.
They are the Greatest and Bestl
BLOOD PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will cure all disease resultirg
from bad Blood. KeeD your Blood Dure. Ken
your Liver in Older i Keep jour diiestive
organs in a sound. nemtny oondition. by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
assail you. "
.Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every ease of MARASMUS
without fail
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the han Is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, ic will be
observed, are men of note and of auch standing that
mey must oe oeiievea. -
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PEYKSlXVAilA , .; ,
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified' or stronger tee
tiuiony 1 " . ,
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsj-1
vania, writssi , - . .
Philadelphia, March 16, 1867.
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton.
io, useful in diseases taj of the digestive or.
gans. and of great ben- w efit in cases of debit
ity and want of nervous acti in in the sysietn -Yours
truly, GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
. J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.' '
. Philadelphia. ADril 58. 18G6-
1 consider "Hoofland'sUerman Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in oses of attacks of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I can ce-tify this from my experience
oi it. I ours, witn respect.
. JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
Philadelphia. Se 1. 14.1867.
"Hoofland's Germai Bitten" is a very- nseful ar
ticle as a tonic aud as an appetiser, it i- not an in
toxi -ating drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons of all ago. - Re pect fully yours,
.. JAMEa KOdS SNOWDEN.
oATTTioiXa";,..,;,,.'.".
' Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature f ot C. M. JACKSON
ts on tbe wrapper of l : each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631AKC11 STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa. ... ... . i . . ..a .)
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
i , . Formerly C.iM.lACKSON 4 CO, T.
:': '- jfjloje3s-: x."U'y.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. ,','... ...$t 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, naif dosen.. ...... 5 00
Hoofland's German Tonie, put up in qt. bottles I 60
' per bottle, or a hal f dosen for $7 50.
I Do not forget to examine well the article 70a buy
in order to get the genuine. 4 .. ,P-.
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FOB SALE BY ALL y DRUGGISTS
j 'And Dealers in Medieinoi everywhere. 1
1 iyXI-dn&s geowly; . t "'
i !
DRY GOODS.
1868.
AUTUMN.
1868.
i i i-ii.
GftCilRISRCOl
Tl ; '
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD HVITE THEV ATTENTION
of 'Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of '
.-, ' . .' - . i".i " ".il ft
4 Extr. Rich BIsck Silks; : ,:-i ?-;-:t!i '
Novelties in Fancy Silks: , :
Poplins and Empress Cloths;
t . French Merinos and Cashmeres;
English and French Serges; ,
Chamelion Epingtines; . j : i
, Rich Lons Cloak Velvets: , - ,.
Novelties in Plush Cloakinrs; ' ' 1 i
Velveteens for making Costumes; - . .. .,
' " Astrachan and Cbinchilla Cloakings; ,
!'i -tuperb Paisley Shawls;
. Cashmere and Broche Shawls; .
'.' 'l Point de Gase Laces. Collars and 8tsr'' ' J ;
. Harris' Seamless and Al xandre' Kids; :
Superior Wi ter Hoaierr . '
; Misses' and Men's Merino Tests; " ''"-' " '
.'Oi :JiH j
THE
MOST. COMPLETE !
IN THE CITY : :
OF.
House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Bltnkets. Muslins, Linens: - " ' '
Sheetings, Lace Curtains. Toweling, Jo.,
Also, Trimmin; Satins.,
1 !
ALL AT THE
VERY' LOWEST PRICES."
Merino Undergarments of all grades and. quali
ties for Gontleinen, Ladies, Misses and Bora. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in tbe
newest styles. - ,
octT d3m
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
'S
'J ' ',
FALL AND WINTER
DRY; GOODS, i
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT
N AUCH TON'S!
if : .i . . s ;, ;;;.'. -j
Paroaasera of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
call and examine the
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i.i. ': ,ri f". ",.l;Mfi:
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DRESS GOODS... CHEAP! -
. FANCY GOODS...... CHEAP
SHAWLS CHEAP1
DOMESTICS CHEAP ""'
;- EVERYTHING ................. CHEAP!
1 ..4 1 ' I. -'..
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JAMES .;, NAUGHTON
119 A 122 Sonth nigft Xtreet, '
' novll-dly-aprlT " COLUMBUS. OHIO. '
N.U iilliON
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING,: :
nnsTnM flwn RrAnv-Manrrr
www win ...aw .to. aa. a iiilivatl
THE OHIO
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.,
JTO. 185 OPERA BOtSE BLOCK,
. Colnmbjs, Ohl.
A rPrRBlEW STOCK l CLOTHS,
r. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestinrs, both
foreign ana domestic, tor Fall and Winter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. Has all spar
no pains in proaucing tne most elegtnt and lash-
lona Die garment to oe louna anywhete.
EEAOY-MADE CL0THIN3-, " ;
Of which a sreat Dart is mannfftniiirAt. ISt nnrsTvnii
id ae iBiest ids rnoHc msnionanie styles, will at-
wavs oe ioana en onr sneives. in ah th. vAnAtma
ox ue season, a. verj low prices.
GENTS' FUB NISHING G00D3
Lu full lines, always kept on hand. : ., ;
rit.Mti m cine,, superintendent.
. ,, . - JOHN RICH Treasurer... n
' . (i. PtKKS, Foremaa., r .,
octSS-deodSm ' - '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing
No. 220 South High St., ;
nAVE JUST KECEiT ED Till
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
French, - ' ',-
jEiijrlish and " ' 1
- jLon3sst-io Clotris,' !" !!' :
' '. Cassimerej., .Vso.,
For Gentlemen's wear. -which lwlll salt at th In-..
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well select
liMkmt -:, .'!-! .4. .'. I.. . (',.'.,,.
READY MADE CLOTH INC.-
y JOHN -HUN TER
jusa dly. .t .
20 South Hich stra4 ;
COMMISSION.-' s
I WLlMONYPENVi,
For warding and Cojnmis!ioii
'JlEIlCHAriTi
.; DKALaK BI-l(nT : i!: v;av ,. f il
DRAIN
OF ALL KINDS
-OCR, VHRKti Ac
.r.l t,i..:
- T st Prices Paid at. all tim. r..
Corn. W Barley, e e.. etc.- 1 -i
Mear Weal Em. f PiU IA i Brllrj
-: Mm. jGOLVtlBVS "ijr9. hi-
febU-deodly . jjlJ Libliu. 4.1, u-
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ni -Jlitifii yr'-i-"A at vrstno'.'l Jo
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Of all sites and varieties, which will be sold at th
lowest market rates. ' '
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NETIifS k. MYERS.,,
nov -si
iNstjRANCE:
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Auditor, of State's Certificate
''' ' " ' "'.-t ,r(I-.-f r? t-:hy
(. AS TO THS BTSIKI88 AND AFFAIRS OP JH8,
COMlixE STAL IXSCRASC
-.-;i f ?,??B??fi'j ,t
SOS TBE TEAS MBjifsr'jUCXBEBn 18T.
Capital fully psid P..i......oOO.OO fK
Amount of available assets.-....., bl4.d80
CEHT1FICATE FOH PJB.'CATI01f 4
"-' ! rAUDTT0R OP STATE'S l OFFICEj'1'
-, a Departbtak of Insub.nc. V S
. .-. iColvmbus, 0-, tebruarj 45, Jens.), ,
It is hcrehy certified. That tb.e ContineniaJ (Fire)
Insnraree Company, loeated at New York, in the
State of New York, bas complied, in all respect,
with the laws of this State re ating to such insur
ance Comnaniei, for tbe current year, and has fled
in 'his OftVe a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing it oondition and business, at the
date of such statement, a follow 1 1 vi; r)
Amount of actual paid-up Capital...... t500.coo 00
Aggregate amount of available assets 1.8U SM 31
Aggregate amoaut ot Liabilities, (ino. . 1 ,
Ke-insuranee 4...... 881.001 M
Amount ot iooom for the pre-eding year AO 1. 086 18
Amount of expenditures fvr the preeed- ' ...
ing year '68I,U3f
1 In witness whereof, I have hereunto suBscTirrd
my name, ami caused the Seal .of my
IsealJ Office to be affixed, the day and year above
written. ) ,-,-r ,.n
" JA-. H. GO DMA V, Auditor of State. -r
By Jas. V ILI.IAHS, Cbiet Clerk.
. Geo. F. O'flarra & Co., Agenttr, ,
(Navghton Block). .
Columbus, rai
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AS TO TBB BtrsiSISS AUD AFFAIB8 OF TBI K
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP'y.
OJT; SAN JFKAKCISCO, CA1. i"'"-
CERTIFICATE FOR P PBLIC ATlOJf ,
AUDITOR OF STATE'S QFFIC8J17
DBPABTHSfc OF IN8FRAKCB. T
. . , r - . - Coimbcs. Sen. IStJi. -dbS8.
It is hereby certified, That the Pacini Insurance
Company, located at San f ranciaeo. ia th State of
California has complied, in sll respects, with the
law of this State relating to sneh Insurance Com
panjes. for tbe current year, and has. filed in tni
offise a sworn statement, by the proper officers,
showing its condition and business, at tbe 'Hate of
suoh statement, as follows. gold eut rency : . . w
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... 1,600.000 00
Aggregate amountof available asset.; 1.888,818 08
Aggregate amount of Liabilities.......,, S&SJO 88
Amount of inoome for the preceding
. year-...,-, ?8B.0 T8
Amount of expenditure for. th pre- , , .
ceding year 63,585 1 &
In witness whereof, I have hers onto subscribed
my name, and caused tbe Seal of my Office
IS8.AL.J to be affixed, th daf and -.year above
,;: .-written. , ,... ..l -jriji-i'j'j '. ;.ta
Chief Clerk for Auditor of State
" Geo.'!. O'flarra & Co., igents
s5AC0HTO BUHliS " ' " ."-lil'J.'v'M
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..-j .,-r Ii..j ! 1" no. 1 .(- -iij enotH.'l
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- A TO TBB BU8INH88 AND AFFAlBg 0i TViV
NORTH BRlTiVii & MERCiSllLB
v l ! IiSIJKAIVCE COirAfr,T:-h9i
Of London and Edlnbtirgh.
' 1 .' AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.1.,
'' 'i'" '"' ; ' 1N8TTRAKCB DBrARTKBltT.- "
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It is hereby certified. . That the North Britithi
a ail Mercantile Insurance Campany; of London ana
Edinburgh, has comf lredin-all rraptcts with tie
laws of tb is State relating to Firo.Insuraneei
panie of foreigbn UeverBmente for Aba), oonent.
year, including tne deprsit of Ooi Hundred Thou
sand Dollars lor the leowrlty of PeTiey hMders ref
siding in the State ol O rn.ru and tbat thai awnrat
statement of it proper offioera, filed in -hist desert
ment shows its condition and business at Ihe data
of suoh rtatement (Oa. 81. MSQ a folUwSa J:TT
Amonntof aotnal paid nacopiial.. t raTSfoisnp.
Aggregate amount of available asset tli oa 80s 85
Aggregate amonntof lkMliilM4wjj. tm snnm
; Amount ofinoom f0 the preoedina; , '..a.
. year..... . .... soiVD
Auiuuncoi exnenaiiaiieiortnepreeea-4rnv!ia or!)
ing year tJS7, 34
In witness whereof.Xbaaa- heraanto suWrihed
. my name and caused the Seal of my Offiae
138 At.l to--be affixed the day and year above
ns-.'ill.j written., (iuio-i Mil xuUan.i; ,-tl.io aa
. , ,JASH QODMAN. Aoditonn! Stalai
XasI WiLt'iaas. t;hief Cle k'K-p-lT U
1 Geo. F; O'Harra i CoTeei1
1 , r 1 ' 4 iiri. 44 ri 4 r'j i: . ,
(SAraHTOif Block),. , ' , '
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