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rXo ' Architect, tXvil Kmrineer. He. : "1 ' '
r .;. Offic oto tlx Kkliooal KxobBngo Bok 1
,fJ , ATTOK-NiiiB AT LAW
Offioe. Ko. 6S 8oih High atroet, AmboaBuild-
. J . ATTOEWKY-AT-LAW MATf)R, .
V " '' " ' ' ' yr..tffle.
fflHBT.DcUHI. . .....
ATTORJiY-AT-LAW A Notary Pobno..
Utnoe in rarann' bnildiBC.'
ia ViATTORNEVS-AT IiAWi '
Offiee W .'oulh High street. A in boa Bnildinc.
"AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
Attouonoer and Dealer in Kail Estata Hanaa-
I Goods, Ciolbiuc and Notious.
..u .. . . . . No. Went Rrnail itnuL
' ' V'''-.BATH ' ROOMS- J
m 1 E.vsaoc ivaA cn
Ur - Barber and Hair fr
)mmr. - Rat tnd C?n1n
-fcaths. . Ikamiit foaiofioe U ildin.
tj Book Binders Blank itooic H anufaotarers.
printers and Publishers.
BOOTS & SHOES.
... . .
' mSontn High street. Jast reoeiTed. an
lettht assortment. stylos, low prices, ia
ctiaa. pleas call.
J-' Js4be noted hoase for rood Boots and Shoes
lit low prices. AeW iStook just roooived-"
" vtS76oaib High street.
COAL -DE ALERS.-
.nOBUsON ACO, ,
XV Dealers in Pittsburgh, and Ohio Coal. Also,
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone flower Pipe.
- - N0.MI north High street.
COMMISSION" MERC H AMTS.
T i ' t)a Ac mm. : .- ' rv
-A- CommiMiiea, t'oraardingand ProdoeeMer
ebants. dealers in Uxaiu, i'lour. ao in W ilroad
Btreet. ' '
,T- B.sVNltEttACO.r . , .
. J-Je-Manufacturers and Dealers in Frenoh, Ger
- Bmauaod AjBerioau oomets, Abo, buop nkirts.
'! - . Ul UperaUuBM...
V Wholesale and -Bateil Dealer in China.
Queensware, Ulws, Plated Goods, tamps and Lup
ttiBfres. - - 48 North High street.
" J t 1 'A . IfsrAs--, ' , ' , :
1V Importer and Wboieiale and Retail Dea'er
-in, reeBsry. Citaioa, Guua. Cutlery. Plated Uoods,
Cgal04Xanips.Ao. , - . - , ,
5 S5i South High street.;
WJsACNASAt; 4k: H.M.Mm!lik.tt, .... ,;
bo. 18 ast Broad street
1 to be the tee.,
,i wibDNN', DENTIST. The best styles
of Dentistry, including Dunn's improves
liiiaecat Plaw. i-Otfiee, 18 and 11 Opera Block.
DRY GOODS. :
Jealers ia Dr Goods. Notions. Caraata. OK
Cloths, slattiniis. rbadas. tiata. Caoa and a'ara
oorner Hign aud frienq streets.
T B. O5110U.IM Ac -
J1 i ! 148 death Hiirb street.
jarptibV Uatttags.Oa 4JrotnsA'Urtaina, fcta, le and
t'ar-oy Dry Goods.
A. 4t V .' a. t'A sTt ' rT ! T
Ai W hoietikte and Retail Dealers in SUple and
jVaney Drf Uoods, and atatrafaeturer of Ladies'
Ct.iau. . . . ia3 6. Highs' reet.
VUMI'M 4 . 1 at k i4vuiasA-4at.i.n
av 'r-Kraat A tio.,easktiealeTBrBDry4ioods and
sNalivaSafioa aouth toaaui ue4. v : . -.
"IAns NAUUU'WN, ' '
J WBe4aal aBd Retail D "uler In Dry Goodr,
IrtaaghlVKB Boildinc. MoatAlttaad ISK outh Hub
street .. . ... ,
.SAvftnayfi A( iAl.UM, -:. . ; -,
XV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Hants' Punishing Gouds. No. S eil House.
I ilLtUlT, Oil All AtAM . . ., ;
VI Dealars in Staple aad Fauey Dry Goods.
11 i r auuthjiigh street
A J. UcAVI,kl at (JO ,
afjV jVoraiga aad Domestic t ry Goods, Cloths,
c are, awev s obau mga straes.
JOHN M. h(BK RT8,
frags!" ana Apotneeary,
254 North High street.
AstCLJU Ac sal CU.,
W MUA.l!.r3AL.G A tisi f Alb UKUGG1ST8.
luo South High St.. CoiBmtous.O.
BtsASjnj, SASAtC'sa. it ?. f
. VV' holesale and lieiaU Draggistf . and Dealern
la Prkorietary Atedicinea. :
' 1 M North Higb street.'
KlCHkS Ac IttOOUE, .. ,
. 1.Dr. ngravers and Publ'isiari. ritota-'
rial And other seals eugraTed to order.
' Nos. 107 and loo south High street.
rr; v.? FURNITURE, &c::;:,
. 1 1 ' . -
eOLilMMlit CAAtl m I4-r 4JO.
istaasifaeturars and Wholesale and Retail Deal
tsia AuiBitareCnairs, Mattrassee, ete.
.i. : Ao. aal 8outh Higa St. (Opera House).
AMIO FIIUISITDUISCO.. , . .
y kl&nutanf.nrers ol firstclass Furniture. 'Wbola-
falsj and . KelaU VV araroouu. 6, 7 and 8 Uwni.e
. HOUSE FURNISHING.
Li t. Attn.ittiou A co.,
Xa Dealer, in Mantles. Stores and House Fur
nisbing Uouoa. Alto, lis. Copper aod Sheet D-o.
ware. ... , ,. 17 Hast Town ttreet.
A KEMa Ac ITUAsiVii'" : " -
A. House Puruiahing Uo.ds. Mantles. Grates.
vovpar, mi uu oaaea iron, M tores aad JaaaUes
w Boum Higb street.
- . j,A0?nool'uraUoinf Goods.
Alarble awl Slate Alantlea. GrattM, bb ee. Hot Air
t urnacaa,A. ... aOJiorth High street.
. - 1 HOOP SKIRTST
!j. Manufacturer and Wbolersle Dealer in Hoop
bkirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zoo bar
a nd aaey Uooda, tot boutk High street. ;
t? P. All
Oe Dealer in I
a Matie&l MarrhandiM. Boot. Stm-
tiooerjrand Facc Uoetidfaoernllir.'tieecial Aent
fortbeolebraie4J)i'H(re .Gold ledal rtewinf
Mnohina. No. 6 South BUh treet.
iVl K$trer to E. Lof,) t)e(ir in Ba. Ci.
fAirt and Straw UoOdi 29 Sooth HintTot.
,0 .'t ,irrT t Oolden Hat.)
HOTELS. Ui:iX A!r'
1 J. H. DA V IDSOST. Vroprielor.
UfHtrtvD STATE!) 11UTEI,,
Corner Bisk and Town jtreeU.
t Corner Potrtk Af rViaoA Ma.Commodioiu
honaeacd extensira a tables. . ...
Conneci icur. jnoxfjAE. Lira a
aranee Company. Asfletf, $18,4)O.W0. 1
w a. 4 AM16UM Aceau oium bun. u. :
UE H tKAU AliKNTS Hsr.aritlielTiiaraiiee
CompD. " -.7. 1 . T -No. Oir Uoase.
HOME INRIIRANCH COnPAIf ; tr
Colamban. O. apital and AaMta, (W0014-.
W. C. M. HAKEK. Seo'y. -
umoe. no. T operations
ATTTJ(TNERY GOODS. ' .
' Wholesale and Retail Mlllfnerr Ooods." ' !.
11 H. Hih uraet. Opera House Uloek.
Bit. Dealer in Millinerr, Straw Goods and Trinr-
minipl. Ko. 47 fiorth Uifi street.
J' H. WILKIt,
Dealer in Millinery, Tress and Cloak Trim.
minn nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hih street.
SCH At HAflMGm 4k hwHLLEREW,
Merahant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' fuiy
Dishing Goods, ,,,;.
. '.Ko. 58 Jforti High street.
Cxr.n is waxdek. 1 : . .-
Merchant, Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also'axentfortbe Diamond Shirts.
iai eoutn lugb street.
IHEAHh MEKtimilT T A I IAS KING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. High st. Genu'
suits made to order. Ikadj-made Clothing al
ways on band.
JOHN r. KlCKEJIBACHEKr ' i
Merchant v'Vaiior and iaalaA in.Clothing and
Gepta! .t arainbing Oaods. . ' .
' Nol- North HUrta street
: : j . . 1 X -r
OH(t4lvaveK, .jf : X-
'.oltUliASTl'AILDA M South Hign-st.
oiceetook of Cfcthinc constantly a hand.
ANDHfcWg ot HfJI-l..
News Dealers '"Booksellers" and Stationers.
No. 65 Souih tiigh street, sxi dopr to PostofGce.
A? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publioations in both German and Eng ish.
331 South High street.
'PAPER WAREHOUSES. ' 4
ANDKEUS CEKUV ACM, . -r
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print-isg-and.
(VtappiuA Papers. I3k liorth Hih at.
NVISHAdMbBs. i ':,., 3 : - -
.llaalara in Prinlimr. UnaV.Wriliu Vin
Tapers 38, 38 i 40 Norih High street.
U -LI '1JJ.. L" . .1L . Li U
S v; PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Tf Aljlvi i'Tr:F.N!;V' l' '
J,",tV. V.'i'H0T0GKAl'rJKil3.'v l.-
61. souih High street.'
PHOTOGRAPHKrl. 10T. South High streot.
pwibiwshbb meyerFBtyiemBq siae.
Ij.iABGHEK. :.Z.i ,f.i!.i-JA
Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, bsn stow
No. 23B South High street.
' No? S Opera House. Treats' Diseases of the
tjya, Kar. Hean, Throat nd lfuags. Also, Diseassa
of. women and Children. . .
v titv-i vifr k urns 1 ' r.
J - Wholesale and Ketail dealers for I.iffhta A
Co.'sand Hames A- Bro.'s Pianos. Also. Organs,
ileiodeopsaod ether ipasioal instruments. . Vi
J O. WOODS, . . v
A&aiant fu Chickering's and EmmersoB's PT
po.tYAl(.Organs. Aleledeons and Sheet ijusio.
BAIN K EXflUnOE HESTACKANT,
Corner State aod Mich rtreets.
joiisais CHAULKY HYtR, Proprietor."
'A'AfraiA tkWlNG lfl ACS IN KM, ,iaMAa
r.'-.Thet best in the -world. -iNoa. 1 and OoarA
.House.. .... V. PIAIMKL, Gaoeral Ageat..
.Dealers in -finer Watebes. Cloeks, Jewelry.
Plateaware, Spectacles, Ao.. Ko. 11 i.a.t Town
I (8u3es8ors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia-
OHpnds, Watch- s. Jewelry, birrer War aud fcpec-
taeies.- no. s r. en Hour e.
FA. Ac A. tE'QIJMfcliX, - .
- Wholesale, and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv.. -No. tl South High street.
BANCMOf r UUOS. Ac CO., "it
rWholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
w- A aad 4 GwjtBoa BHiok. Aawa atraew
REED, JONEIt Ac CO.; !
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Bots
ahdtShoes. No. 9 Gwynne Block, Town St."
NOTICE IS HIKKBV GIVF.PC TO
all whom it may eoneern. that the City Bank
of CleTeland.a-n Independent Banking Company
organised and carryiug on business as an Indepen
dent Baoking .oinpany at the city ol Cleveland,
Ohio,under aa set:of ne General Assambly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
.he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34th, 1845, being desirous
uf relinquishing end closing its Banking business,
to tl at eod has. in pursuance of the statutes of the.
said ntate-of Ohio in suoh ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
mountof its oiroulattng notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said citato of
Ohio lo- the redemption of its outstanding notes of -orculation
at the office of the National City Bank
of ( lore. and, at the raid city of Cleveland, where
said Cii Bank is located. -"
Dona by order of the Board of Directors of the
CUv.Bankof Cleveland, July 9th, IS68,
, j.UiMUtL WiCK. President.,
-.j j j - BANK OF COMMERCE, J
Cleveland, May 23, 1H68.J
NOTICE IS MEKtiltV GIVEN TO TUB
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
lank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that, attar-the expiation of six . months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the st eks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the forty- .
6rst(4l stction of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 21st, 1851. . .
JOSEPH PERKINS, President
H. R. Hcrlbut. Cashier. mav25'd6m .
" The Sisters of St. Mary's, v f
Or THB KIMG8, KECEN fLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the ncrption of pnpils on ,
tbe first Monday in September, m,s. For Board and
t'aitiea. 75. 80. ASt ao(I 90. aeeordiog S. the ds
partment of the pupil. , Sit. UuE, Sup't
Ad.lref s Box S61 . - aun3-dtf
. S. S. PINNEY'3
pjANOIBa ACADEM XlSSOMf OPEH AT
ifor Juveniles-, Saturday afternoon, from to'sC
P M Gentlemen's evening class at AMIiOS
HALL. )3d inafc, t 8 oVlook P. M. octM
' , FOR HALE. .
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
V' aod six years' old, very handsome, kind and
eaad. - Will be sold low.
jgWdtf B1CHARD NfiVlNS. . .
STRANGE MISS DEVONPORT.
The day was decidedly sncceasful,
As there is no necessity to give the
reader a detailed account of a famous run
with the Battleborough hounds, the line
of country taken bv the fox need not
here Ht M&S! !&Smber
twilight was coming on, Henley rode up
to his hotel, in an excellent humor with
his horse, which had acquitted itself
most creditably in tbe eyes ot tbe ltat
tleborough hunters, but angry with him
self for being so. much annoyed
pained, perhaps, would be the better
word with Miss Devonport. He could
disguise the fact no longer ; he loved
her. He had loved her from the very
first, and she had treated him ia this un
accountable manner 1 But he was pre
vented from continuing thefif;tiOTA
by a letter which wa -flat ' kilo fwa
hands. It was from his sister, and he
had half expected it for some days past.
It merely told him that bis father, whose
health had for a loi imj ein Badjaoa
who was then ttayiDg ln the1 Bouth 'of
France, had suddenly become worse, and
was particularly anxious to see his son.
Would Lionel come at once T
Yes, he would . start directly next
evening. Hut tnere was one tuing ne
would do first. He would seek an in
terview with Miss Devonport. lie
would see if he could not meet her in
the street, ndr wouidj endeavor to gain
from" bet otne'esptaojation.
On the following morning Henley
wandered about the town, but not a
glimpse could he see of his partner at
thecal .Urf an"u? down the street lie
went? Cabins into" thr deep recesses of
linen drapers' and milliners' shops, and
other similar resorts, which it seemed to
him propable that the young lady might
affect, but still there was no 'Miss Dev
onport to be seen. Half way up the
High street at llattleborough there was
a narrow turning, which led to what
was generally called the llattleborough
Lawn, where the .BatUebprough f band
was in the habit.oc&sionaljy,, exer
cising its musical powers, and where the
less select of the ICattleborougn young
ladies were wont in the summer to erect
their croquet IfQ4pAi'4Topuraue Jb
mimic warfai?tf tile rhalleti i it wai
half unconsciously that Henley just now
took this path. He was thinking of
what was to be done, bow he was to see
Miss Devonport for he had quite de
termined not to leave the place without
seeing her when an abrupt turn in the
avenue brought bim suddenly into the
lady's presence. Yes, it was Miss Dev-onpoijt-r-at
Htwstood .stills and
bowedJi Mj&j Devonport Ht Jwas but
her facte-" rb longer worethloik'.ofi ten
derness and sweetness that had charmed
him so at tbe Hunt Ball.
"Miss Devonport," h said, bowing ;
I am quite aware that I am guilty of
some boldness in thus intruding upon
you. sut l nave to leave natueoor
ongh 'to-day, and I feel I cannot do so
without a few words ot conversation
with you. Nor, if I apologize for ask
ing, do I think yon cafj iVHbrf surpris
ed at my wishing fof '-stomettiihg1 of ait
explanation from you. How, then, am
1 to account tor the extraordinary man
ner in which you have treated me dur
ing tlitV raft "few days-tioW rfecognrnfe'
mo nan. aicuu, auu uvin passing uin as
an entire strangert I confess that when
1 met you 1 did not know you were en
gaged to Mr. Hughes ."
'Sir ! interrupted Miss Devenport,
with a look of absolute wonderment
upon her countenance.
"What! Is my information wrong t
Is it not as I say 1"
"I am completely at a loss to under
stand to what cause I am indebted for
the honor of this interruption in my
walk. The fact of my engagement to
Mr. Hughes can be a matter of no mo
ment to 01. TWhen I first saw you,
you wersrjwajge,nd ietringer you
will stifl remain." v
And having said these words, Miss
Devenport, her face flushed with indig
nation, swept past him with the air of a
As for Henley, he stood rooted to the
spot. To -bim it. was all a dream ; but
he did not dream long.' He laughed a
low and bitter laugh. "A consummate
actresst a heartless flirt ! I envy Hughes!
And these," he said, "are tbe 'Battle
borough young ladies !' I suppose the
atmosphere of this delightful place su
perinduces the habit. And here am I,
wh6 iuffbrtb be Dioof Gainst fetich'sill V
contingencies, 'fooled -"exquisitely by a
mere country coquette, i Kali, let me
treat her as she deserves !' And Hen
ley strolled back to his inn angry, and
though he would not have allowed it,
As he drove down to the Battleborough
station he caught a glimpse of a form
with which he was familiar; he saw a
face that he knew well. It was Miss
Devonport. Did his eyes deceive bim I
She bowed to him as if nothing bad
passed between them. But it . was
Lionel's turn this time. And he re
mained s(iy and motionless as marble.
C-A J ill' itr&dL U Uwl
Two years had passed away. Hen
ley had reached his father just soon
enough to be at his death-bed and to
catch his dying words. His two sisters
had both married, and he had returned
to England the owner of his father's es
tate, Wickham Manor. As for the Miss
Devonport 'affairrhe bad striven hard to
forgot it all; but, in spite of his efforts,
he could not banish every remembrance
of it. He was not the kind of man to
carry about with him the traces of an
overwhelming sorrow. He was still
young, had wealth, his digestion was
unimpaired, and he enjoyed life keenly.
But whenever hia. thoughts recurred, as
they did pretty f)en,to his hunting
days"at llattleborough, Miss Deven
port's image was never far off. He could
not forget it, brave and resolute though
be was. Great as was bis self control,
there wt ra times when he showed that he
carried about with him traces of a life's
sorrow. .There are some. men who can
only 'lor ohe.-4- Oliver 5 Henley was
one of these. He had loved Miss Dev
enport, and he did not feel disposed to
to love any other woman. That was all.
! About two years and a half after the
Battleborough affair, Henley was stay
ing with some friends in town. There
was to be a dance in the evening, and
the party assembled at breakfast were
full of tbe coming event.
1 "By the by, Mr. Henley, inquired his
hoste88,,"have I not heard you say that
you were at Oxford with Mr. Hughes,
the gentleman' whoee . mining property
is1 66 Imnfense mi
Vr. .. ......
" Yes, of course, Henley had been j and
what was more, be told the ladyj though
not without a pang of regret; he knew
Mrs'. ' Hughes -a 7 little;'"- terhaps ' he
should hardly recognize lier. " ''
1 "Then,1 ' Mr. Henley y 6u ' wHT Wieet
two old mendsJot yours here- tonight'
'Oliver ' said: Nothing! ibeyond that' he
should be very glad. ' Nor did he think
rriochr- about' the-J"Mr.'-Hughes whose
mining - property was 'Be- immense," but
tie'-wondered how ha should meet Mrs.
Hughes, 'who "'had' done him what he
should 'ever think ao grievous a twrong.
--The evening earner and when Henley
entered the' ball room, the greater num
ber ef the t guests had already arrived,.
Thi first person1. 'whom he caught sight
of .as he entered was Mrs. Hughes.' ; He
recognized the--Miss Devonport of other
days t a glance! 'The face had changed
a little,i. perhaps, but a very little : and
somehow or other, as he looked,, the hair
did not seem to him the same jet black
color that it had .been. While he waa
standing looking at her, Mrs. Hughes
came up to bim. v :!., v' -i
:. " Mr. Henley," she said, " I cannot
say bow glad, how relieved I am to see
you.. - For more tban.Awo yeara I have
longed to do so. Can you forgive me for
what passed between us when last we
met t No ; I am sure yon cannot. - But
when you know everything I think you
will. : There was a misapprehension be
tween us, but vou shall hear everything
by-and-by. ' L"; i t- : ri
- Bat Mr.Henley could only make soma
lame remark to the effect that bygones
were bygones. Would Mrs. - Hughes
give hin the pleasure of a dance by
and by t t io :: , .- -
- Gladly; and Oliver duly indorsed his
name on the programme of the - wife of
the wealthy Mn Hughes ' it x . '
The dance came; it was a waltz,' the
same tune as that to - which, he had
danced with -her when then' she was
Miss Devonport, more than two - years
ago, in the bay room of the .-Eggerton
Arms at Battleborough., -When it was
over they strolled into the conservatory
adjoining. . Henley longed to say some
thing about the old days,- but she i had
promised the explanation and it was for
her to begin. . . t. .
"Mr. Henley," she at last commenced,
"do you remember the Battleborough
Hunt Ball t Do , yon remember what
happened after it that interview be
tween US?" : - ..;
-: Henley made no answer, . ; ,!
' Would you like to hear how the
whole matter originated I Would you
be glad if all could, be righted now V .
,.''What do you mean?" asked Henley-
. ,.. :;
,. "Simply what I say."
. At that moment there was the rustle
of a dress heard amongst the leaves of
the conservatory, but . Henley waa too
much . engrossed with the remarks of
Mrs. Hughes toyiotice it. - .j ,., . , ;
"Here, Mr. Henley, here is my ex
planation. Let me introduce you to my
sister, Miss Devenport."
Mrs. Hughes, Miss Devonport ? What
does all this mean J" ?---. . ..:. --
. Bat Mrs. Hughes had riserj and, Jeft
the seat. Ouly Miss. Devonport was
standing before him the same Miss,
Devonport of Jbe. Jtattft-borougb . Hunt
Ball, with the same jet black' hair, the,
same lustrous beauty," the same sweet,
sweet smile as of old. .
Henley was too overpowered to speak.
He tried to do so, but there was some
thing,, ia, his .throat which seemed to
choke his : utterance. . But each under
stood the other, and Oliver at last said
one or two words and Edith Devonport
knew their meaning well.
"Mr. Henley," she said, "I , have
longed for this hour to come ; I have
prayed for it. - I knew it would come
some time or other, but I did pot know
when. . It has come now and you shall
know all. It was I whom you met at
the Battleborough ball, not my sister.
We are twins. You are not the first
person that has mistaken us. . But when,
you knew us, my sister, as being slight
ly the elder, was Miss Devonport. I
was Miss Edith Devonport. It was she
as you will know now, whom .you met
in the street that morning on which you
were walking with Mr. Beauchamp.
She told me afterwards how puzzled
she was by your salutation.; It was she,
too, as you will know, whom you met in
the lane just before you left. - AH
through, you see, it was a mistake." f
" A mistake 1" mechanically repeated
Henley;," but," and the surprise cleared
off his countenace, " is it a mistake
which it is too late to mend ! Miss
Deveuport Edith tell me it is not.
Tell me what I" now tell you tell me
that you love me.
" Mr. Henley, I have loved you ever
since we hrst met. Is love ever too
late V . ......
. But the hearts of each were too full
to allow them to say , many words,
They bad waited . for their . happiness
and the hour had - reached them. . The
scales had dropped from, off their, eyes,
All was clear now. : , .
How long they sat in the conservatory
they did not know, but presently, Mrs.
Hughes' voice was beard... She saw how
matters stood at a glance.. Everything
was arighted at last.
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the city by giving notice through postefiioe, or at
Franklin - Steam Book Bindery
- ' AND
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Keoms 31," 38, 38 Nartb Yligrh Street,
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nd all Offioers requiring SOFEKIOR BLANK
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, ,: ,BLANH. BOOKS
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Tr Full sots of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
i aprll eouly . COiVXBVf, OHIO.
I':'' ,'t,''"w MTOT.frTA't"'' "'"
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'till" .If, fi 1 J
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, I'liuun "--:i
a,uA -aa . , - i . , ... n .
- vwuu, wcu mnpnu.io nay ainiDKiar wita OS.
Peter, . I die daily." Tbe obtect . of this artiola is
Bet to remind hini of J his pangs. but toshow
bim now tobanish them. sTI forerer- lhe meaoi
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
bins ia v.-.- . ...-,.., ..v.- ... ..,,
GERMAN 1 BITTERS
' ..u : i 1.1 ;j , , H li.-iii., , .. ; ..;-),,
And it is far him to n, h,l, ha a.;n ',,tnn.
I to endure a living death, or to put.hiuuelC in , .
gition to render life enjoyable. ' ""JVll
jol v'li -; 1 .t-'ion! ; - n nAi ti-.ii:
j Of tha efficacy of tbii raatoaless V eg -table stom
; ashio are to be found in every oity and town in the
i United states beal thy men and women, rescued
from torture by its , af"l - use. and eager to b. ar
I testimony to its vir- J tues It differs from
i auy other Bitters in exiatenoe, in this special par-
I ticular it is not aloohoiio.
! For such constitutions and systemsas require for
I I Ibeirinvigoratioa a diffusive stimulant,.; , , -
GERMAN TOMIC !
' Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
td extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
: ole kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between th.se two great anti
, -otos, aboard be guide 1 by his own condition. If iu
; very low state from debility, the Tonie should be
j , is selee ioo; but in cases where the emergency is
; ot so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
' housands find inhu- AT ito benefit from tak
; ng each in turn. ' There is no phase of
'idigestion. biliousness, nervous disease or physi
, l prostration to which they are not adapted, aud
- a whiob, singly or combined, they will not eJfeot
,-ure. -' : - "-i . . v."
Exchange Pain for Ease
! And Weakness for Strength. , Get rid of the ail
tents wnioh interfere with enjoyment; oast gloom
'.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
I f life and. iu short, become a
NEW,': MAN: i
Throegh the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigoranta aod cor
rectives' HOOFLAND'S ' GEBMAN BITTERS.
' Biliousness, Indigestion,' General Debility, and
til tbe complaints which proceed flora a want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and tbe
bowels, are eradicated by a oourse of this great .
Vhich not only combats and oonquers diseases that
-eve entrenohed themselves in tbe system, but
'the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
r ' mienoes.- Persons whose occupations and pur
' lite suojeot them to the depressing a Sects of a
ose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it rex
arly as a protection against the low fevers and
.her disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
;ds who are .'
V WASTING 'AWAY, !
-yitnout any special eororaint, excoot a gradual
. tolinationof bodily strength and nervous enorgy,
jli find in the BIT- r- TEltS a fountain ol
. itallty arid vigor, as : r' refresoing and exil-
"atinr as a pool in tbe desert to toe saad-sooroued
ad fainting travelers.
- . - ,n in . i . .... .
M compose! of the pure iuioesfor. as they are me
;' cinally termed. Extr.icts), of Riot), Herbs and
I'-arks, making a preparation highly concentrated
.. nd entirely free from Aloohoiio aumixture of any
- . t HOOFLAND'S IT j
GERMAN - TOWiC
,s a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
Urs, with the purest quality of Santa Grus Rum,
Irange. etc., making one ot the most pleasant and
greeabte remedies ever offered to the publio
: These remedies will effectually euro Liver Com
tilaint. Jaundice, Oys- I pop. in, , Chronic or
.Nervous Debility, laa Oh runic Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from efcdisor
dered Liver or stomach.
SUCh- - ' -:.' ;
Piles. Vullneas of
Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach.'- ""J . :
. , rau,ea. Heartburn. Disgust
for Food. Fullness or Weigrit in the '
Btomaon, Sour aructations. Sinking
! or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
; Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathiog, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
' Dimness of Vision, Hots or Webs belnre the
. Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,. ,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness - -...
of the Skin and Eyes. 1'aiu in tiie . ,. ,
Side, Baok, ChoMt, Limbs, etc..
Sudden - Plushes of Heat, . : .:
Burning in the Flesh. , , .
' ' Constant Imagin- 1
i ings f Evil, and ' -.
' sion of " -
' ..' -. - Spirits,
They are the Greatest and Best!
ver known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in oider. . f Keep your disestive
organs in a sound. healthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will oure every ease of MARASMUS
' Thousands cf certificates bave accumulated in
the hao of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Tnoso, it will be
observed, are men of note and of suoh standing that
they must be believed. t
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
v OF PbIYSYbTTAJXIA , .
J',' - SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiitis: .
Prm.AiiBi.rHTA. March 1. IRBT.
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
us, useful in diseases axa 0f the digestive or
sans, and of great ben- mw efit in cases of debil
ity aod want of nervous actim in the system. . .
Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
; HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
J ndge of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl vsnia.
Pbiladblfhia. April 38,1868.
loonsider "Hoofland'sOerman Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o.ses of attacks of Indigestion o
spepaia- I can oertily this lrom my experience
: f it. Yours, with rerpect.
f JAMES THOMPSON.
ION. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
. rothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
; a, writes : .
Philadelphia, Sort. 14,187.
- "Hoofland's Oermai Bitters'' is a very useful ar
.' ele as a tonic and as an -appe tiler. It is not aa in-
xi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
arsons of all age. He pectfully yours,
arsons ot auag JxtlHi)!iS 8AOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
;oe that the signature f ol C. M. JACKSOX
, on tbe wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
rs are counterfeit.
Prinoipal Offioe and Manufactory at the German
ledicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
CHARLES M. EVASS, Proprietor.
.Formerly C. M. JACKS05 CO.
, ' r -' rriicEB. .
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle .! 00
loofland's (German Bitters, naif doien 6 00
doofiand's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 SO
per bottle, or a half dosen for $7 50.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE SY ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
U1UV11111U1I UlliXll w ui.i
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD MVITE THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ap d elegant assortment of
t Hti.'m.i'.' f 'i j-f I 9.' f l -i,yTC
,11 S1" Blaek Silks; .,.,,
oveltles in Fancy Silks;
t "-. Poplins aod Empress Cloths; . o ir oiKl
French Merinos aod Cashmeres; ,, , .
' English and Frenoh Sergesr ,J " '" O'-
Ohamelion Bpinglines;. , ,.; -,. ...
Kioh Lyons Cloak Velvets:
l iioveltlea in Plush Cloahlnawfi In) in I
, Velveteens for making Costumes; -. . ,, .
Astrachan and Chinchilla Cloa kings; "
u;i rtuperb Paisley Shawm; .,f .itb
. Cashmere and Broche shawls; ,
' Point do Gase Laees, Collars and Sets; -" '
Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids; ,-, t
Superior Winter Hosierr ' "
Misses' and Man's Aletiso Tests.
1 ! it: '.:
; IN THE! CITY ; :
1 . ,1 . r .
t ..Ji 1 1 r. i.i. I
- ' ' House Furnishing DrrJGoodg; - ' J-i:
. Hi..!.... u.i:. 1 ill
Sheetings, Lace Curtains, Toweungs' Ac. 40.
. ' . Also, Trimmiui SatirA-i -
if; l.-ts 4uf. nj sssssBBBi-l r-.
ALL XT THE .. . , ,
i j t - i . . t
.VERY , LOWEST .' PRICES.
ffJMeriao Undemrmenta of all grades and qnali.
ties fur Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Bers. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
aewestatyles. ... .. ,, Jr rf.,,,-
octT-dim - GILCHRIST. GRAY CO..,
. . - i-1 i ..
: .'-.Hi-.-t.: r'Y.' X'!- J Jt , I til v
S T O It . E3 .
; . . ; ., f; . -t , v. ..
- ; - --IV e' -w i ,.!- it-n-
FALL AND, .WINTER
.1.;..- ",i 5iu .-. ', t ll- ,iy,,f
a :i'j'l;i !i:i i.rii ,i. i. !,-. ;i us ui t tl', i,u-M
f-H: ht.-v;!"-, if-.1artA ri"'-y;.i:-
-i.- 'i .;-.f-,i , I !.. ;, .jit,
Pareoasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
, . . call and examine the ' -
,; - -.!.' A .-,icT -.!
( yai.;:i . r-.iUt'i n-w sf'T
DRESS GOODS v.,...CHEAPI ,.
i. FANCY GOODS.,,... .CHEAP .-,,
. DDfl.IT UO..,..f .lHAAri
-1 M .K'jiM ii): 1 ,(;, IJv
, i ,t'-T
118 & 192 Sonth nitrb 8trety i
novll-dly-aprlT '. ' ' "COWtS.dnj0.i
, - ,j 1 :r. j,;.,. ,t
' v : v, y, :.
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE"-!
, THE OHIO ' .
aiercbantTailorin& Clothing Co.,
JTO. 18S OPERA. BohsB BLOCZX
A SrPRR B MEW STOCK f CLOTH,
rV Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestinss. both
r oreign and.Domesuc. for i all and Winter wear.
" GENTLEMEN, OF FASHI01T ;
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We shall si are
no pains in producing the most elegant and lash
iouable garments to be found anywhere. -: , ... f
01READY-M AD.E CL0THIN&, :
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
ia the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our saeives, in ail the varieties
oi tne season, at very low prices. - - -
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwars kept on hand.
. HENRY MtlSa, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
'. W. O. PtRKS. Foreman. -
fall and winter goods.
hunter's ; ;
No. 220 South High St.,
HATE JI'RT RECKIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
ioodt ever brought to this oity. consisting of
jBjiirlilx and ; ' --
Pomeeitio Cloth, )
Utxa, Kimeret-, tScOm,
for Gentlemen's wear, whiob. 1 will sell at the low
ist Cash prices. '
Also keep constantly on hand a well aaleetsr
look of .
READY MADE CLOTHINC.',
JOHN HTJHTER," !
juM-dly South High straet.
Forwarding ;,' and Commission
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
lysjaa, w xaasam m , avv, ... c i :
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e c. etc, 4
V T T f! k. .
Hear West End elNai'l K ad Brlda;
febU-deodly . -
i - i,i -trrrA tnH aiiT
,' t - . f , . . ; . ...
The attentloa of '016 Trade is earfeS'td fte'siperi-
.Of.r t Jnii-.O .ii'iO lo jiljjl-, jtaf
.f,m rr T. sf v'i'"'f'i:-''L f'n r .-n-,-, ,rr
t"I l'rf .iiffi-i'i in ,t j,i ;a"-l rn i'jt
no bn;l--rftieeeaT4 adtAele kf4t, 0T.
mxim x mm
83 el-!n311jjll3fl to AS4 a!A.IaY3iO
, M, S8 at 40 ROBTHiell T"1
wtr.9 luil-vV'TrrJ f.ne lirntonj utr
Jtiio'I Zv'tf J r.t
lo iaailniC Q-Z UtM.B.U:JI 'A v f itO
tr Oar stock comprises a fail line of .
Book "''rW! -', -.'' shT
71'1 A r j!
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Writing, 0 M..n:!i Mw
.. . .. ... . , Colored and
w a.i, "
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i -i, ;- ni r.;ofai?ii IPrInt Papers.
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fi-,..i . '. '- ; isd ,i;J-:'w
r, e nave a I ail stoat or
fli.-J.i.'f.,?. ' '' s-'l i-i:J ljf.vrjnji si ll
: trr:n'.":cit,f-, imi ta.i-JI
, -Wi V-r"' '- -?ycif t h trfj
Of all stsea and varieties, which will be sold at the
. fit. .,... j uj. kwetmarkatrate,i.Jj i.i r
.n ..ui 0T.-iA- yfrJ 1IK" SMSOd
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(rrr;R .Rs CHECKb . , . ;."
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Auditor of State's' Gertificata
AS TO THB BC8IM8a AND AWfAXBI OF THB
-,tnJ.. or.i .ii-U',tT ailj .- !.' r,rt
0 7W1 lO
;n i in
-,r-tr TilJO ni
rOB TVS TEAS fiND'XG DECEMBER U, 1867.
il.y.f.C.-.i & : ' . '. iv
Capital fully paid pi..:i.litiiiA.atMH)ori tw
Amount of available assets .4vlbl4,S80 81
CEKTJFICAVTB , rott PCBI.IC4TIOIV .
- j .A-'. -AUDITOR OF MT ATE" A OFFICE Sm
. DS?ARTMT OP iNIOltXCI, iJ,
Columbus. O., rehruary 15, 1868.J
'It Is berehy eertified. That the ObwtlBcmtal frlre)
Insurance Comoany. located at.Kew.Xork. in, the
State of New York, has complied, in sli respects,
with tbelaws of this State relating to euck Ansul
anee Companies, for the current year, and has filed
in this Offioe a swora -Statement, by tb pre per
Officers, showing its condition and business.at the
date of sacb, statem.n t , as follows t .Ti.i,r.,. ,
Amount of actual paid-up Capi tah j.. 6oe.e 0
Aggregate amonnt of available assets. ...1 814,580 31
Aggregate amount ot' .Liabilities. ine. s- -
Re-insurance 381.901 M
Amount of income for the preceding year 801,086 lk
Amonut of expenditures for the preeed- .
ing year ; ' 681.443 17
. Ia witnesa whereof. 1 have hereunto subscribed
mv name, and caused the Seal of my
tsBAXj Offiee to be affixed, the day and year above
written. . . , ..
JAS. H. GOD MAN. Auditor of Stat.
- By Jab. Wiuuks, Cbiat Clerk. - - v.- l
eo. F. O'Harra & Ct.f AgentR
INaoohtom Block). 1 ' ' ' " "i.aVi
- .ti - : Calaanbaxay IX
-a-i:,,,!-, 1 ,'.r
...... . -' ''. .-'- : . - . . i
AS TO THB BUSINESS AND AFFA1B8 OF THB
tu; n'-oi-- SAlv-FBAjrciscO, CA1..' ":l J
. v:-!i-.!. .1. v-'. , i ..1 f rS
CERTIFICATE FUR PrjBI.ICATIOI.
. !;-. (1: AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICB.vt
. Detabthekt op Insubancb. 1 ,
,1 : :-i 1 V'- Columbtjb. Sept. 19th. 1W4. -It
is hereby certified. That the Pacifia iBsnranea '
Company, located at Kan Francisco, in the State of
California has complied, in all respects, with 4ae
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, foe the current year, and has filed - ia- tbis
offices sworn statement, by tbe proper omeera.
showing its condition and business, at tbe date of
suoh statement. as follows, gold currency j
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... 11.000,000 00
Aggregate amount of available assets.. 189,818 ee
Aggregate amount of Liabilities........ ., lrl Vis gf
Amount of income for the preceding
year.... 708,003 ft
Amount of expenditures for the pre
: eediafl Jax.......,........i)s.TrB3lJS8I IS
, In witness whereof. I have hereunto suhsoribed.
' my name, and csnferf the Seal of my Omce
8B al. , to be - affixed, the j slay iand 1 yea"ke)Va
, , , , , JAS. WILLIAMS,' -
-. r,; , ,.Chief ferk for Auditor of, State,
, (Geo. E.'J0'Rajra t Co., Agents, r
73 -KCaTOB BlacxJ. i;.. . i '. f.'
'1 V-.-,-1 '"' " ' -; ' ' ' f-'-t si.-
-....-,;) ri 1 . O ' ; , , lit N, ms?
! rvf. - - -' ' "-' ' --.-V .-.:, xO
AS TO TBE BC8INE88 AND AFFATB8 OF THB 01
NORTtt BRITlSJl & mSaNTILB
ii nsiiRAUCE conpAnir, i
Of London and Edinburgh1
T "'AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICER
-: ,. m.i a.'i. i i-; Ixsobancb DapARTaiBrr.' lUt
. , , COLSMBL 8. 0 Sept. 18. 1868.J . .
"It'ls hereby certified. That the North British,
and Mercantile Insurance Caenpenr. of London andu
Edinburgh, has eomjlied in ll resptcts with tbe
laws of this State relating to 'ire In, orsnoe Chaa
panies of foreighn Governments, for ttaenrreut.
year, including toe deposit of One Hundred Tbou
, sand Dollars for the security of Polioy holdeM tw-.
: siding in the State of Coin, and that the sworn
statement of its proper nSoera, Cle4 in this depart-1
1 ment shows its condition end business at the data
. of such statement (Dee. 31, 1881) as follows f - " a
: Amount of actual paid up oopiial...-..v -I is,saa
Aggregate amount of available assets H3 603 80s 84
Aggregate amount of liabilities.. .' x.'Tsz.SlO I
Amount of income fog Utepreeedio ..i- -r-h,
- year.....'. yUT
: Amount of expenditures lot the preosd- " "
,. iD8 J oar-,.,.... .. .,..rj.'tjfl,9G4 i.f
In witness whereof, I have hereunto sutwori hed. .
my name and caused the Heal of my Olfice 1
I8BAI.4 to be . affixed the, day and year above
' written. - ' - -1 "
' JAS. H. GODMAH. AoditorAI Btatav4
By JA8. Wiujams Chef Clerk. , , t r w a
Geo. .F. O'Harra & ., Agents,
(Nabohton Buwk). . 1 : S. ,..;' A
i oeUdltawSw-thAs-j .Z,, ,i ,.dn )t .3ll)
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