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.IJSn? ESS DIRiECTOEY
-b. .it! Ti ARGHITECT; . ' 1
urn.ivTt BIIOeKKIIr ' a i '- s i..;'-'
-jJDtrchKeot, Civil Kneineer, An. - - '
i j corerthtioonxchaDfBnt
ATTORNEYS At-AW": ' 1
Ofiirie, Mo. M Hontta fllfetl itnet. Amtni ttarid.'
VWW'Altlli'WBllL.ANIt, - '
Hi AXTU&Na'-AT-LAW Notary Pablfor1
Offioe n-Funi't BaiMia.
11 i ATTOBSKV8-AT LAW.
jjrj i j' 1 ' i' m rn.i'J m " 1
; A net ioneer AflS" Ileal e? In 1t J Kit( ' Hnn-
iw uao. mouwBg m jottntm.
t ttf-iitgy4 .nfiat Wee Bread tfaee.
..na ..t BATH ' ROOMS.""4'
1.1, t inn t- i- ' . :
.barber, o Hair -UncMri - Hot Mill Col
fcth. Batemeot r'twtuf&oft X .iidin.; -.' i
'AoitsKlC' 4 L.1A.LJUV. . ,
Cj Book Binder 'Blank Book Manafaotaran.
friaten and Fablubera,
"TtT ,.T WIULl AIMS 4c CW., ,
Y V e' 144 Soath Uirb itraet. Jast
i ast reoeired.aa
altaant eainrtmeat. vir trles. row prio
4tb noted' hoase t dr food; Boot 'an3 Shoei
at low prioes. Aew blook jot received.
' " S7(T Soatb Uich street. '
V XV' Dealers' in Pittsburirh and Ohio Coal. Alao.
.toko.iilrauiIilaaDd rllone Sewer Fipe.'1
..,....,!,..,. r.,miH Itwta Mich atMatU
CbMAHSSION 'ME R0 HANTS.'
. j- ... .... i i m ,rm li 1 in, i, 1 i'-i i , -T,
JLLa Commission. For nardiux and Produce Jtei-
obitDts, dealers in Urain, Flour, ao27 Vy. Broad
LI eaters in French, XJer-
Alao. liuop skirts.
101 Opera Uuw.n
T17 M- .i.xt:
TT . Wboleaala and. BeUil Dealer in China,
' J roentware, ii laes,
riated Uoods, Lamps and Lamp
e tatara ; ; f ;
4 North nrti street. '
br a .
vrrs a r,
At..lmaofter-s-:WhataAlaiaiid fiatair IAie
Jn Crocker. China, Glaas-.CuUorr. Ptaiad Uoaaai
Uoal Oil Lamps. Ae.
7S SoatTi Hisb street.1"
I UOj tir-jB
1 UM'ti t'jwsa
VlleftCtUa . . . .
A 0.98 East BrWl streei "
e best styles
rwla !af Dentiatry, iaoladina; :(7ano' ltnproroj
Mineral Hauaj Otfcea. M aud 11 llpera Block.
-a b"s in.i
r: ' "--.f
Ve llealera in Drjr tioU, JJoUona.-Carpebl.iOR
iioios. iatungs, onaues.. uats, iapf aao, urs,
tW -. v- M48oirthIfl(fntraL
Carpet Mattints.QiMeths.Uurtains, ou leanu
Fapcr l)rr (ioodajii -.'- . a
H'A-.at ;'n;irv"n!'- '-1
a V hoieale and eiaI Dealerila HUpfe and
Fanen k)fj Vwds, and Manufacturer of Ladies'
Cloaks'. 1 1 lfi. Hich ireet,o
' I IIUt uOlHlSslllMISI lv
'.v J". iram A Caeasdaaterainirjr Uood and
ottonsp lS coutb-riuUiatrti.r : v.i,.-..;- t't x
aAlTIKStSACIWHaON,-' - 3 - a
. Whoiaeata and Katail llfaler in Dry Goods.
inabtoB; MaUding, Hot, US and Saatb. slick
IV lealer"in Staple and Fancy Dry Good and
Gents' Furnuhinc Uoods.Mo. 6 fieil lloasa.
I j AlaSUaasaia', HA k c jo.,
VJ iJeaiers ifcataol ad Face Urk, Goods.
.ft o. ia) nunth nigb street
ayirriaVi. ssLssA'sA.lSa at ' . ! A
lyai Vosira and- lsnestie- lrV Goodi Wotfisi
lMsra.a.i SM A8Sadoatb High street. '
e' ri-. :
m iri t inn
1 atsraav atcBj HTOsais. '
XJ ' x-. ' iO UN rS. hW BIS KT8.-;
S54 North Hlrh street."
MMrtlt 4te rtlUO., ' " ' .
W BOLUS ALE k KKi'AlL DRUGGISTS'
luo South High at Coluinbu. O.
W holesale and keiail Lrojaist. and Dealers
1 S4 North flirh street.".
nlCHMfclllOOKE. . .. .
Xl ilesicoers. tncrsvers and Pnblishars. . Hota-
rial and other seals eDarareu to order.
' - Jios. 107 and lKoouth High streeU.
Manuf acturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers ia f'isrsuuirv3aairg, Mattrassea. eto. "
tio. wil South High at. (Opera House)1.'1
Bi ll srit it tl I Ttl K i CO..
yJ, MabalaetureTsotliratelaaa Farnitare.
sala ami. Ke4 Wareroom. 6, I and U
, AasHMSi; ibOK c VO .
. . I . . .' ' 1 I . ' Jit;.-
. Dealer, in Mantle. Btoraav and Mouse Far.
Biebinc iiiiirflv Aiu. Tiu, Copper and- tikeat utu
War.1 17 Aacilownrtreoi, -
a AiUtIA rt;AU.T.
A-1 Mows .Huttaishins sia-d; aatte..'iras.'
Copper, ai and ttaaea lroa, r-cores and Mantles
--t ..-Hni, : v aw flosu nnsram.
a ATUK. VA VLttlsVA M !''. . : .
A LXaler in Hardware, atonae if urniabinf Goods,
klssrWeaaa tilsU. Man tlea. Urates, riUTes. Hot Air
-'arass. ' " i tt north Hub street.
'..hv., HOOP SKIRTS.
K k i rtsfmna ' OoTSf
il'acturer and Wholesale i)ealer in Hoop
bkirorana Oursets. Also, dealer hi Berlin Zepher
ad Faoey Goods, 103 bouth High sueek .
HOE K SEWING - MAHINeJ
Dealer in Uwosil ferrhanrliee. Boors. Sta-i
tioeery and Feney Geoda'sonerallr. Special Acentt
for the celebrated Eliaa Howe Gold Medal Sewinc
; senine. hi.' -k i t e. a Boats nnor trees.
HATS & CAPS.
Harm .- in. wai7tj - s
ITI (Successor n E. LanrJ Dealer in Hals, CapiJ
t un and straw. tjoesnt aw BOBtn turn sxreei.
, (Sim Golden Hat)
.J. H. DAVID80N. Proprietor.
-IINi r Sl'ATES. HOTGLs
J uorner mgn ana Town street.
71 'J 1 1
, BLVUKV. Proprieton
Zh.TTE.pR HOVE . ' i. i
, Corner Fourth A iriend (t. ponunodieu
house and extensire stable .
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor. J
OiiNEOflCDT TlfJTCAI. LIFE ,.
uranoe Company:' Assets, 118,100,000. :
iiii.'.WM. JAMISON. Acont.Colnmbus.0-.
NEWKIItK- !T1 1 LTEMBEBGEK,
GENF.RAL AGESTS Security Life Insurance'
Company, - No. 5 Opera House.
T TO HIE
INSDItANCE COIWPA--. OF
IX CotusnW. O. ' apitai and Assets, M88.S14.J7.
W. C. M. BAliEK, Pee'y. ,'
... - v : . . . Offim. Nik
, No'. 1 1 Opera House
Wholesale and Retail H illinerr Goods. -
turn street, upera House tsloec.
MKs. A. noWMIJI6, ' 1 "" ,
Deilerin Millinery,-Straw Goods and Trim
mints. Ko-T North Hicb street. ,..,'.... . ,
J''H. wilkic;. . :
Dealer in Millinery, TVress and Cloak Trim
BiHisrs, nd Faney Goodsr-13 South stiahtreat.
SCHArHAimei 4c aUHLLEKEN.n
Merchant Tailtu-a and Daalera in Gents' Fur-;
nishing Goods. . .. . i,.
A it A Ko. 58 North High street.
W. rUMWANBEisW: ''I I.nn 1 ' '.
Merchant Tailor aad Dealer it) Gents' Fur-
4Uhin Gneaa..,AUwseatortbIisTOind rlhistU.
isi soutn mm street.
"! H V ' Tf , ' ;, ;
"tIlE OHIO HER CHANT TAIL.OKIN43
A A CLOTUlNGrAMKr-185 8. High st. Genu'
suits, made to order, lit ady-made Ijlataiiic al-
aya'ec band ' -af'"V.i
' sJerehaet 'i'aHer aad Jlealei ial)othgrc;and
jlaVKurniahlnr Otfodat. V l -
Ml.UUflLT3Ii i. ' j-s- -X--
aHtBCMANS TAiLOh MO South 'flirk at.
News UealerSfBookseUass and Stationers.
No. 55 South High street, next door to Postotfice.
X? News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. .Publications in both German and Eng ish.
tiS tvtei .SoirshrliAstreVt.
s iPAPER, WAREHOUSES.
A iatanaaaoturerraad Dealers in-W ritfiiSTKoV-
I JVtVrojU!T.v-. -jvV
11 Dealers in'Prinlmg, Boot, Writing ana Fin
rOAEji Will M' nv K
riotyeo made jn,ever tle and y. ..y. ,' . y
FboLograpna, Ambrotjpe. Gem, eto eta.,
it'0V.A iiit- KeVlMrJoarl Hrghitreet
i ,-tiv. l e.,lIUJlAL. A .A
a . v - - f - - . T
Vi M.1 d win,' ; ci'.,5 1 ' -
nCaa'KoS 'OperTa.ltoasejl'reatat Diseases of th
.vtoMuUoa PL4N0S.a v''-rtVi.
iu-Wholesaie and' Wetail -deafer
4j-7 ' f, yia,
Helodeons and other musical lnstrn
itaer musical instruments. .
fjlSWW '. V (forth Hi rel0
el at Arecs.fus .UbieritMr's-ad Eosmertea' Ps
(nor. Also. Organs, Alelodeons andcSbeet stasia.
fy,t er.i t1 i.y.i'ld'. 4ISouth-hivevtreerr. -
.trt a re
"Cerner State and Bich streiits.' 1 .
a nonio LUHARLaVlM;R, PfoprietW
aramaaaaasaaaas i i iassassaaaasaaasaatssarf
IA JS'taAlAlsWIMta AdMIEajii J" -
I Titl fe?atb d irorid,: JtakA aad Opera
uouse. w. nilMKL, Gi
General Ageati f
R.,ju-. jiK.virjtiorT.D": -"i .?r
-Dealers i in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Plated ware, Spectacles- Ao., No. 11 F.a,t Town
tmt- t is t.r
GAT"-" 4t HAKKIIUIOV . . , . . . ,
' fSudegBorg to Win. Blynn) dealer in Dia-j
monds. Watch , Jewelry, Silver Ware aad Spec-.
tstelewt' Nor t Keil Houre. ' ;
Wholesale and Retail dealer in Watches."
Oloeherand Jewelrt. Jlo. Tl South iU atme. It
STRICTLY ; WHOLESALE,
stKU.1. 4c CIO."" ' - '
Deasara-ia Dry tJoedsnel NflMon.''
3 and 4 Gwynna iikk. Town street.
DEED, JUNES 4c CO
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in B ot
and Shoes, , No. 4 G wynne Block. Town St.
NOTICE IS HEHEBr GIVfill TOi
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, aa ladepoadent Banking Company,
prganized aad earry4non basinesya an Indepen
dent Banking '-ompany at the city ol Clerelandk
Obio.ander an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitted "An Act to incorporate.
i he State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24tb, 1845. being desirous ,
vfrelidajaisbing and closing it Banking business,'
to tt at end has. in pursua nee of the statutes of the
said .-itate-of uhio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hate, provided means and.
given security to the satisfaction of the 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 Cleveland, at the raid city of Cleveland, where
stidCity Bank is located.
i Don by order of the Board of Directors of the-.
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July tb. 18,
; LLMUfcL WICK. President.
BANK OF COMMERCE, ,
. f ' f - '- i - -C1.KTB1UKD, May M, 1HB8.J
VlOTICTB ISHEBEBKGIVEM TO THE
IN bolder of the outstanding notes- of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after the expiation of aix month from tbi
date, application will o made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank tbe tt cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ol said Back in pursuance of the fortj
first (41) section of the act to authorize Free Bank-'
ju.p6sed March tlst, 1851. ''J V , '
'n r n JOSEPH PERhUNS. Preiident
, H..R. Publbut, Cashier. niar25-d6ia ,
-Tlie Sisters of St. Marj1','
OF THE SfRHGs.'HECENTLV OF
Somerset. Phrrr county, will nnpn tHni. i.
and Spacious building for the rectpttonof pupils on
tbe first Monday in September, 18b a. For Board and
Tuition. 970, au. ass ana w. accoraing to tbe de
partment f the pa pit. - -SK. FUsK, Snp't,
; AddressBoxiol. ang3-dtf
rSANClUG ACaDEMV It? N0W0PE5AT.
.y NAUCHTON HALL.
" For jttTeaila.r5attirdBy afteraeoa, from J to J
Pf M GanUemen'r arrening ielaa at AMBOH
Hi LL, t3d inafc.at&o'cloekt'.M.ii i ootU .
STRANGE MISS DEVONPORT.
It was tbe night of the Rattloborongh
hunt ball ; and llattleborotigih, aa befitted
high festival. The large room of tb,e
Jiigerton Arms was full, and tbe compa
ny as select as the-most fastidious could
wish. There were representatives of
all the great families of the county, and
the cream of the society of the town of
Uattleborough -itself, not to mention a
score or so of unattached males who had
established themselves in the Egerton
Arms and in various lodgings in the
place, for tbe express purpose of being
in the immediate vicinity of the far
famed Uattleborough hounds. -rtr;
It was to tbe very betof thisisacTetv
that Mr. Oliver Henley belonged a
gentleman young in point of years and
comfortably off in the point of money
a barrister, member of the Inset Tlmple,
burdened with; n DriefsAnor with the
necessity or the intention of getting any.
His father was still living, but he had
already come into a very respectable
little property, and, as was natural for a
gentleman in the flower of existence, as
he was to wit, seven-and-twenty years
of age was- bent on enjoying himself
accordingly. Witb this highly lauda
bler4)jct4u jnew, Ije had just made his
ebfit ihjtfie Battjebprough district ; and
by his good riding, genial manners, and
generous habits, which a comfortable
balance at one's banker's makes easy
enwngbf be Jyi3 produced a decidedly fa
vpfaillti inpcBSsioa'upon those whose es
timation was usually considered worth
having. Henley had had a day witb
the hounds, which he had enjoyed most
thoroughly ; and he was just at present
engaged in talking over its events with
a newly made acquaintence, and at the
same time passing a kind of running
commentary upon the dancers as they
whirledi past him.(. , t , s ttt '
"Now, Mr. HeBlevf'jSaidnelvg
otis ball-room whip, ''will you choose
your partner ? l ean introduce you to
any one you like'
"Who is tliatcMing laiJyy.Vra tj -3fee
haa just satdgiV4 VJtli'e, njBWlhLaie
wonderful amount of black hair, and, "
"Miss Devonport, was the prompt
reply. 'A wonderful nice girl dances
capitally. Let me introduce you.
And after Henley had gone through
the Lancers - with Miss Devonport, he
was of opinion that this account was
not exaggerated. Miss Devonport, he
discovered, was a very nice girl, so nice
a girF'thai fie 'had niaJ tir his'rEiSd to
get .ftljitji f dances JylLU lif rt baC she
would' give him. If Oliver Henley had
been asked to give an account of him.
self, he would, in all probability, have
described mmselt as tbe most unim
pressionable fellow in the world. He
had become bored with flirtation, and
hisdays of Heavy love making were over.
Experts, however, in the diagnosis of
love making, will tell you that it is pre
cisely persons ot MnBlaytorfelt-rekan
and defiant nature wJflthr tiQst flit to
fall victims to the tender passion ; and if
Oliver Henley bad not had such a con
sum mate belief in his owu powers, it is
pro b abl ill a t i h-iroubi- hay frecf rcad-tra
him jfiprexaab vtce I a Uii tonus 6t his
conversation with Miss Devonport that
he was trenching upon dangerous ground.
When a gentleman nnds himself telling
his partner the history of his life, inter
spersed here and there with touches,
half pathetic half bitterly cynical, it
may be as well that he Bhould take heed
unto his way at once--
' "According to your own account, Mr.
Henley, you must be a terribly rolling
stone, said Miss Devonport
"I feel myself so, Miss Devonport, a
rolling stone that gathers no moss, but
which longs to do so."
TheretwuKSJi-certaia amonrrt.of vap-ue-
iie38 in.EiJaftr i part of Jwmark :
but somehow or other it had seemed the
natural thing to say, f nd Henley made
it in a tone which was expressive of a
depth of feeling rather wonderful iu so
cautious and unsentimental a man. He
was almost astonished and half angry at
himself when the-words had escaped him.
He looked confused why, he did not
exactly know. Unfortunately, however,
looks are a deal more eloquent than
speech ; still more unfortunately, the
looks were not unnoticed by Miss Dev
import. Somehow or other the remark,
suificientivjrifianineless-aa it was- seem-
v& o have established ia fclrrd ot under
Stanamg oetween mibs jevuuptiri, tiu
Mr. Henley, and when MissDevonport's
citrriflge was announced and Miss Dev
onport, senior, the young lady's aunt
it seemed quite natural to Henley to of
fer his arm to escort her thither, and- for
Miss Devonport to accept it.
. "Miss Devonport,. said Henley, just
before he handed her in, "I wonder shall
we meet again V
i "Why not, Mr. Henley V
; But the aunt at that moment came
ud. and I am disposed to think that a
ffentle pressure of hands unintention
ally rcf "cdutst Brve"d :ae'a? specUs'Sof
I Oliver Henley was not given to dream-
iner, and he slept the sleep of the weary
and the just. Strangely enougu, how
ever, the first thought which suggested
itself to his mind on waking was Miss
Devonport, r and tihe aforesaid pressure
of hands. He thought, too, of her and
of it more than once over a late, long,
dawdling breakfast. A long and remark
ably objectless reverie was broken by
the arrival of some friends, who had
bten staying with connections in the
neighborhood of Rattleborough, and
who were now waiting a few hours for a
train to town. T O
BrtBe tT," said Beauchamp,vHen-
ley's friend, "we had such a capital
time of it at the Oaks, and I have met
there the very nicest people, without ex
ception, with whom it has been my luck
to be thrown in contact. There was a
girl stayingjihere who but talk of an
gelaliTheaeTsheL ls-rJpositiTelyr Z91Q
Henley looked, and saw no less a
person than Miss Devonport.
j Miss Devonport it was, and as she
oassed the pair on the pavement, on the
Rirtu nearest to Henley, they both of
them took off their hats. Miss Devon
port, with a smiling and a gracious face,
returned the bow not, however, so far
as Henley was concerned, but merely
the salutation of his friend. Miss De
vonport, in fact, so obviously looked past
li'un that' he -began ' serionslv to think
hJ feeing duriig thrtjiigui iriust tav
aqundergone some transtormation.iixe-T
'tfl see.yoa. know. Miss Dvonport,7
said .Beauchamp, after the a.ij r
question had passed.
' "I I met W last night." ' ' ! : 1 f
; "She 1s an exceedingly !nice girl,"
continued bis friend, iVand I must say I
think Hughes you. know., Hughes; h
was with as at Oxford, and has. since
come into an immense1 mirie"prdperty
a far luckier fellow than he deserves 'to
be.. -. But perhaps you were not told by
whoever introduced yput that she was,
engaged.'!, -f . ., ;.., ... ; .: ,
" No," Henley said, with ! a' blank
Btare of astonishment, he had not been
told. ' But was Beauchamp quite suref
" Oh, yes',: my dear fellow I know
all about it.;,, I only 8ft w, Hughes) last
week. ,Ht was one of the party at, the
Oaks,, and he asked me to come : to the
wedding."'"" ' ' '
:l"Of course this information could ireally
be nothing-, toi 'Kenleyi' ijrhe 'Only e
markable thing was that, as he heard it,
his face crew-several degrees paler than
r. r-- -i i i.i j
its usual coiur, ana uis -nana iremuieu
perceptibly on his friend's arm. i
- When Beauchamp left him his thoughts
turned to.Miss Devonport fi)d the events
of the-; previous; evening, i There had
been nothing very remarkable about
them, but he cbuld not help expressing
to himself au opinion that Miss Devon-
port's manner had scarcely . suggested to
him the idea ot a lady engaged to.be;
married.'1' With' these thoughts in his
mind he determined to'' go and ' have' a
last look at the horses in their stalls, to
see that all requisite care was being
taken of them to enable them to ,w;n
both! for ' themselves and their ' owner
hdhor and glory on to-morrow's run.' '
As he 1 waB going out of the hotel
door; there confronted him, face to face,
once again, Miss, Devonport, .and,., her
manner was the manner of the evening
before and not of the "morning. ' There
was, Henley fancied, a kind of blush
upon her face as she met her partner of
lastiiiight, but he, was quite sure there
w is u on it a very sweet smile, and as he
looked upon her he felt more disposed to
envy-than to congratulate the lucky
Ltugnes. xi . was piain enougn now
when- Miss 'Devonport met him in the
morning she must ; have failed to rec6g
nize hira.. Henley felt half disposed to
speak then and there to Hughes'ance,
and to make some inquiries after the for
tunate lover. , But his acquaintance, he
thought;' would not justify the liberty,
and he had come to a kind "of nnackrfowl
edged.decision with himself that, for! the
future, it would be wiser for him ftiot to
seek to renew hia .acquaintance with
Mis Devonport.' . ' " . ' "V
tThe meeting had to be close to Rattles
borough, and on such occasions there were
always numbers of persons who came, to
see the throw off., As Henley rode up
he reflected with pride on his appear;
ance. He knew that be was well mount
edas a man need wish to be, and there
are probably few pleasures more exquisi
ite than that which is experienced by a
sportsman who is conscious that , he be
strides a ' quadruped equal to any emer
gencies of the hunting field. It, was,
therefore,' 'with no small satisfaction that
he witnessed the eyes of the spectators'
turned towards him as he made his ap
pearance ; and the satisfaction was in
creased when he thought that in the dis-
tance he could descry the figure' of Miss
Devonport; mounted" on the neatest, of;
Utdy .'.hacks. As he : approached .nearn
er...Miss, Devonport, for, ( .she . it was,;
turned her horse round, and as he came
quite close and recognized her, ha ..ven-
Ucred- to.; salute her with a bow iaad a
"good morning." :: But : Miss Devonport
iftmaiaed,',!! tm- hur.v fancied, .,-; quite
passive, or 'only inclinedher head a very,
little forward in a 'manner emblematic of
frigidity. -What could be. have done to.
offend her 1 v He almost wished to ask
for an explanation on; the spot.,! He was,
puzzled, he was angry J ha was hurt.' It;
was aline of conduct that. he could not
understand..! Here 1 wasi is. young lady
whom he had met at a ball,fvithwhom he
had danced three ot) four times, who had
talked to him without the least reserve.,
and who subsequently took it .Into her;
head at one ..moment ; to-, cinoet lim: aa at
friend, and at another as almost an enw
tire stranger, just as the humor prompted
her; The whole thing was. auintelligi
bl.' While, he was thinking over all't
this he was suddenly roused by the fa
miliar signs that tbe hounds had scent
of a fox. ,He prepared to join the main
body of .the. .horsemen, and as he was
cantering tip to the copse in which they
were, a .voice he knew said, "A pleasant
run to you, Mr. Henley."- He looked
found, and saw once again Miss Devon
port, with the sweet look upon her face
that had ; attracted him . so much two
evenings ago. ' :! . ..'.f '.:,
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aprll eouly COLUMBUS. OHIO.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WILL. CONTINUE THE COAL BI8I.
ME.--S at his present stand.
If o. 13S North High street,
and will take order in both CAMBRIDGE aad
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
ttbe lowest mirnet priee. .. .1 r
myao-eodtf;' - 1 1
-WHY ENDURE '
A LIVING DEATH!
-The eonflrmed dyspeptic may almoHsav with St.
rever, a uje uaiiy." L Denriect ot tnis
ot to remind him of
B B hiltann K- .U
liui bow to banish th.m la rnv.. Vk.
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in. - - 1 - -j c...... . j
GERMAN H BITTERS !
- - . - ... 'I I j
And it is for him to ray whether be will continue
to endure a livior death. or to put himself iu - i
ition to reader life enjoyable, - .
UVING ; ADVERTISE
Of th efficacy of tbi snatehless vetz-table stom
aobic are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy mea and .women, rescued
from torture by its f use. and eager to brar
testimony to. its vir- V - taes It differs from
any other Bitters in existeaee, in this special par
ticular it is net alcoholic, -
For suoh constitutions and system require for
their iavigoration a diffusive stimulant. ;
Has been provideda preparation In which the sol
id extract of the finest restoratives of tbe vegetal
ble kingdom are held in solution by a sviritnou
agent, purged of all deleterious eonstitnonfai. Th.
Satient. in oooosing between tbiee two great anti-1
otes, should be guided by his own condition. If ia J
a very lowataie irom aeniuty, toe 1 onieehoald be
hi seleeiioo; but ia oases where theemergeney is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find infin- f ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn.i There is ao phase of
indigestion, biiieasnes, nervous disease erphyai
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wuioh, singly dr combined, they will not effect T
OUra... .. a .. , tt: .
' -. t .-i .-; .v . i, a'l ;
Excharigis'Paiii for Ease
. - -r c -i f ' t !j yt V r, 'X '
And Weakness for strength.- Get rid of the ail
moots wnich interfere with enjoyment; oast glooni
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a i
Through th tolrutBalcUitT of iti , id oat p werfiil
nd popular of jU vegetable taTigorants .ad oi-
HO OF LAKD'S GER MAN 1 BITTERS.
Bi!i0UBllMS ' tnrltreatiAn. OmimI DahtlU sivirl
all the oomplainU which proceed from a want of
Ciufvi awtiuu iu 1.11a iiver. lira Binmaoq mum. toe
owelfl, eradicated by a oonrae of this great
., CONSTITUTIONAL - SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and conquers diseases tfiat
have entrenched themselves in the system, but
is the best known gafecuard against all unhealthy
influences. . Person whose occupation and pur
suits suoject them to the depressing! effect of a
close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take ltreg-
uiiw-ijr e a probecbiuii against tna low levers and
otner uuoraer wuii
lid who are . ,i -
, wasting away; ;
I Witnout any special eompCaint, exoeot a gradual
: declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find In the BIT- f TEHs a fountain of
vitality and vigor, a r" refreshing and exil
eratin? as a pool in the desert to -the sand-soorehed
and, fainting traveler. ., . . . ,;j
; j HOOFLAND'S ""
, .ii . . : .to 1'
Is eompdselnf the pure iniees (or.'aVtheare me
dicinally termed, Bxtractsl, of lt voti. Herbs stod
Barks; making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any
.kikd. "' - - .' . 'T
..... i. K.i . . .;..' v.. . a;. .. . .-i :u
Is a ootabination of. kll: tb mgredient of the Bit
ters, wun tne purest quality ot Santa (Jrat Knm
Orange, eto., making one of tbe most pleasant and
asreeable remedies ever oiTared to the nnblie
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jauadiee. Dys- I . pepiia. - Chvonie or
ervoas Debility,, B Chronic Pieeaeesf
(tne Owianeys, aaa au diseases aria.ng zroia aylisoc-
uerou uivor or evomacu, -.r , l.J ..,,.v , A
; l . : a Consti
' ii Ption. Inward
I ' 'M" v Piles. Fullness of . ,.
Blood to the Head. . .,,
' Acidity of the Stomach. -.j,ij7-,a
Nausea, Heartbarn, Disgust -for
Food. Fullness or Weight in the
I Stomachy riour - bractations. Sinking
. or Flutteiiog at the pit of the Stomach, r
HWimminir of the Head. HnrriA.1 anH 4titlinuU
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
ouuocating sensations wnen in a Lying fosture,
Dimness of Vision, IVts or Webs belnre the
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, .
" Deficiency Of Perspiration. Yell-iwuaa
- of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the
, i. i ' . Side, IteoK, Chest, Limbs, etc.,
; .' Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh. , ' 1"
- u Constant Imagin- ; ' " 0
,.,.. a logs of Evil, and '
. . i - . Ureat Depres
t, -..).. .-.'..; sioa - of . ' ' lr'' "
I - . Spirits,
i They are the (greatest and Bestl , '.j'.'J
Ever known, and will cure all disease resnltin
from bad- Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older, J Keep jour di restive
Organs in a sound, ' healthy condition, by
the use-of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made stronr bv thfe use or either nr IhiMsmm
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
withoukfail.- . . - . . j. ...
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the ban of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Thnaa. it will he
observed, are men ofnote and of such standing that
iuoj uiuoi us ueuereu. - )
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
; - ,r,r ,; .- ... ...
. ,? OP, PESXSYLVAIMA
SPEAKS FOR THKSE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tea
j tiinony f . .
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of th Supreme Court of Pennsjl
vania, writ is :
Phti.apei.pht A. March 1, 1867.
: I find "Hoofland's Uerman Bitters'' is a good ton
ic, useful in diseases p of tbe digestive or
gans, and of great ben- BV efit in cases of debil
ity and wantot nervous actim in the sva-em.
Your truly, .. ; GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON.. JAMES .THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
. '- Philadelphia. April 98, 1866.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in oises of attacks of Indigestion or
Dspepjia. I can certify this from my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
JAMES THOMPSON. '
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothbnotary of tbe Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: -
r Philadelphia. Set. 14.1867,
"Hoofland' Germai Bitters' is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonic aad as an appetiser. It is not an in
toxi attng drink, and may be used benefioially by
person of all age. Ke pectfully yoars,
persons ot an age. J&o SA0WDEIf
TToofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that tbe signature F ot C. M. JACKSOA'
is on the wrapper of Lav each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. - .
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. Mo. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C M. JACKSON Jt CO., 1,
! 1 "
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle (1 00
Hoofland' German Bitters, half dosen... 6 00
1 Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half dosen for $T 50. . -
: Do not forget to examine well the article you boy
n order to get the genuine.
JOX ' SALE JBr ALL .. DRUGGISTS
' And Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.,
Nos. 23, 25, 2T& 29 S.HighStreet,
WOULD INVITE THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers to their unnsoaUjr axteacive
and elegant assortment of v
Extra Rich BIck Silks; ....... . ! t
. Novelties in Fancy Silks: .,('. f I
Poplins and Empress Cloths; '
: French Merinos aad Oashoieres; ': I
, English and French Serges; . . , ,i j , ., I
Chamelion Epinglines; . , ., , j
, Rioh Lyons Cloak Velvets; l: ' '. -J 1 ' !
' Morel tie in Plush Cloakinrs; .
Velveteens for making Costumes; !
' . Astraoban and Chinchilla Cloaking: , "
" Soperb Paisley Shawls; I'
' Cashmere and -B roc he Shawls; . J '
" Point de Gaae Lace. Collars and Sets; .1
Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kidsj
' Superior Wi ter Hosierr J
I ,.; Joiaae' and Men' Merino Vests. ' -u -T !
:i li'-iil Ljji 3 si '
IN THEl CiTY "
: :. - : -r. : ! !i- '., :tli . i -7 ' lif J :
House Furnishing Dry! Good; ., ,. .;.,,,
Blankets, Muslins, Linens: f
Sheetings. Lace Curtains, Toweling it'to.
use, tnuniat ratwsi . : -
t sttl if li J
-' I'. f.
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino UndeTgarmenr of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Hisses and Bots. Also;
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirt and. Corsets ia the
ewsst etTle.' ' - - .
k.'oetdlnfil tGILCHRIST. CRAT'ftXt),
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ParcAaer,p Dry Good- are cordially : invited te
, call and examine the . "
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s ii;H b-iii:'J m.', "i -i-Jii') blunv eii.
-t'.A C Vulval! l-iiut UH Wlii ll'ittu . ,9lll
I i DRESrJ GOODS ..U..w.......w.CHEAP!-
.. FANCY GOODa-k ......w.k-,. CHEAPi.i
DDA rt Jbd.CW..5!r..r,.P4..y..,1Vri.Ar .i(lfr
Ml bai-3V Lac '
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' 118 & 128 Soath Hlsrh Street,
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novll-dly-ai rlT COLUMBUS. 0B10.
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CUSTOM . AND READY-MADEBI
. - ; I ' . - : :: - -!!
THE OHIO , ..j
MercbantTailoriog &. Clotbing Co.,
XO. 85 OPERA. BO CSS BL 0 CA J " ' .
., . ,i . Col umb ue, Ohio. 1
AkrPCRBNEW KTOCKsf CLOTHS,
Cassimere. Overcoating and Vesting, both
Foreign and Domestic, for Fall and Winter wear.
GEUTLEMEN OF FASHION
V HI v'wmys find both onr mm-eiiaN and oarrotk
! hm l the heieht of tha mod. W ahall oosr
n pm sinproduciae tbe most eletrnt uid fash
io aUk Barmen U to be ionnd anjwheie. -
RE 1DY-MADE GlsiiBSS
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourservea,
in the latest- and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices. .,
' GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ,
In full lines, alwars kept on hand. -' v
, HENRY M r. IS ki. Superintendent.'
!, I JOHN RICH Trtasurer. ... .: ;j ; ;.
w. u. PC.KK.S, Foreman.
' Dct23-deod3m -
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
. , . .. . .. .. ... ,. .1 .'.? .1 !.
. : nil' I .- V- . I I S11 1 (
No. 220 South High St.,
1 lmrirMt and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
Domestio Clotxis, "
for Gentlemen' wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices. . .
Also keep ooastantly on hand a well selected
stock erf ., .t . - -. -,, ot -oi'
READY MADE CLOTHING..,
ju1-dlr ,-v' . 0 Bontb Hick trer.
u . COMMISSION. '"
Forwarding ; andr j Commisioo
. MERCHANT, !!- -,r!"
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OH, WHISKY. ,C i ,
st Prices Paid at all time for
Barley, 0., etc.
.. .- ; ' 'tmiOH j)H
F F I , C I t , ' , .; .
Near Weil E4 t"avl H ad Brldre.V
. 1 "'Mii' ing Ht'ir
PAPER1 ' WAREHOUSE.
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Tb attantioa of the Trade 1 ea'.lrd to th (aperi
or stock of
. f. fl! IfSt. J 1:1.1 Ct ) ;:!' ft ft 'l
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pipers 01? w.r;.
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Our stock comprises a full lin of
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Of all siser and varieties, wbioh win be sold at tb
-..w i.t lowwtaianiataatasVuasiii iwu
!r":l t"" fi-rtTSiY JmcattfoLa til .
tKs.'i.,S inioi.aisj cJ-icl ov-mdot
OUJt STOCK Or .ano
-)rn?oiT smI! R).lf hsiMn tiU) llT
fivni sail KAiiriai?A.i.itY ..I ,t) .r!:II
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COLORED of ail kindsa
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Auditor of' State's Certificate
h '' !': rl !" .aaiaotniToa ngil
rr ?JWQTQCSXJt U. J8CU
Amount of availablo assets.... ......l,!!? Sjf
. t m .AUDITOR ) STlTiS OFFThtfliy
V) YlamrWWJITspil bCBltasVv(f
v CoLDasus. O., February 15, 18.
It Is hereby certified. That the CbaHnentaltPtreS
Insurance Comnany, located at. New York, inhe
State of New York; baa onmpJsW, t 11 rerpecu,
with the law of tbi. Sta,te. celeting te such. . laaoa
anoe Companies, for the current year, and has filed
ia thiaOffie a (worn SatroenU by" the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at .th
date of such statement, a follows r-
Amsant,ef aotaal paidpCapitaJ..7t9nt3.0 a
Aggregate amount of available assets.. ..l.au UO 31
Aggeegate amount' et i.iabiUtiai (iaeui ' '1
Re-insurance..,. ssi.oe, j
Amount of income Tortlre pve edlng year 801,166 1
Amount of expendttaraskfB,ta ans)-: a n.nn
ing year e81,U4T
; In witness whereof, I kav ketraaeo ubserir.d
mr name, and caused the Seal of my
IbeAlJ Oflioe ta be affixed, the day and year aoi
-A, rl...wW9ll' T .'.iJhl .1 .rt'iT.J ttt
JAS. H. GdDMAff, Auditor of State.
By Jab. W illiasi. CEiel Cierki, 'VVS
. Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agcnifi
i i . Oi Atjaaroii BLOcaJj i-.-'i v'ntO h'J
i O! ;ifT-5aJsJii O.I O
rir f-5ir,ir.ib ,Si!l5:lasmd
AJJ TO TBI Bcmrrggt ah'b apatkI ot1 rH1 ' w
PA C I F I C I k S tl RA N c co rA p; y r
B,)T OJk SAM FJBAKCISCO, CAIjjboa
.io ;-...;. i i.-! ':l '. i ' - ' h'n.(!!:ri
ACBITOR OF STATE'S OFFICK.J
s 'J ,n " ' ColMibus. Sept. loth? 1864.7
- It is hereby certified. That the . Paoifl - Irwermaee
Company, located at San Francisoo. in the State of
California has eompliedv in all respects, with the
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Cos
panics, for the current year, and has filed in tbi
office a sworn statement, by the proper officer!
showing its condition and business, at the. date of
uok statement, as follows, gold euneney t --
Amount of actual paid up Capital. ..:1.0O, agj
Aggregate amount of available assets.. .1,289,818 OS
Aggregate amount of Liabiliti.ij. ... Ssa,M ag
Amount of income for the proteding , .
year... .V ..!.'. .'..... :..'... ' ' 708,003711'
Amount of expenditures for .thj n 'J :i.-lh3L
ceding year............ 33,885 IS
In witness whereof, I havei -berrTiatrj:s.bseTired
mr name, and eaueed the.Seal a( mv (Ifflr.
laBAL.1 to be affixed, th day and 'year above
', - L' 'J
li I--.- yChief Clerk for Aaditta, of rtatevia
Ceo.FO llarra & f e., Agr ntf 1
ITT (Nacgbton BLeg), '' J "l
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AS III TIB BID1J1ABS IU, AffAIKS VF TB
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
I IjHSURAWCK COHIJJTAT;',rilD,
Of London nd Edinburgh.'0
t cVTTTlTTnD It.11 U-JtirFTirl AtiDls.n .
AUDITOR OF STATKTS-OFFICJSj
' ' iKSTTRANCK I)XP.lllrvKMT 5
i . eTa.wrA.Ay vjc o a a JL AV CTVr W HAJ fi i-j
- !; U, 0) ;,ComuBue.O..spt. 18,18(8 iw
1 It is hereby certified. Tbat . the Jerb Briaiskcl
a,nd Mercantile Insurance Campany. or London and
Edinburgh, has oomilied in all rerptct aith the
I laws of this Stat relatinrtd Fiae Innnrance Com
. panics- of foroighn, Gewernmentrv for av eamatlo
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