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Office OTet toe National Exchange Bank
OfDca. Mo. 61 Soma High treat. Amboi Buildi
rf AJbESJ BULL, '
.93 :A?JPftV-Ar-A.AW.4 MAYORV (
. liAilWAHU V. VelAIVK.
JCi . AIl'yaAJSl-AT-LAW A Notary Poblio.
UfBce id farann' Buildioir.
nriLMM wa.iMerfv "
lT.:, ATTOKSEVS-Aa' l.AW, .
j ..flfsoe 68 f.ouib iiitHMtieet, AiuJwiB Bujldinc- j
A.GliII0N j AND-COMMISSION-
:T .el.UEAU ... . ,..r-.- j 1
.V a" Anctionaar and Dealer in Bail EataM Hooae
kolii Uooaa, tilotbing aud Noti. 'US)
p, , n. i m . i ' o. 7 WMt Broad ttrt. :
BATH ROOMS.3 0
..V Barber aud tiair Dresser. - Hot and C0I4
Uatha. -Baaement HoatoStoeiiildiix.
.i .vi .-B00KK BINDERS.
Opera RqiHintf. '
ROOTS r.SII0 ES.
14 Boatb Hih a treat. Juat raaalvacl. an
lettot anaortuieat. , t aw ylsa. low prtoea. . iA.
" oiea, plaaae call. . . , . . .
U ui 1 .' i'l ti i , M.r. - " -i ;
JlJ. ,Js the noted houe for good Boots and Shoes
at low prices.
Aew titock jastreceired.
" - ' S7 South High street..
CpAL' .DEALERS. ,
"tOBlt801 At CO .
Oeeiers la Piltebnrrb anal OhioCnaT.'' ATun
A.fjlta. Uraoculila jud otone Sewer fipe, '
, . . Mo.Ml oith but. street.- -
..COMMISSION .MERCaANT& 1
II'ICH k SON,. ... r .'. ..
Commission, r or wardinr and Prod ana Mer-
obants; dealers in tiraia. Floar, io'7 W. UroAd
Street. - --... if
. CORSETS. .
i ieVv -MaaatataDi and Dealers ia French, Ger
niAn SLVfl, A.miririi Cataats, Also. Uiot sbiru. .
- . ' ... . lttl opera House.
. CROCKERY to
-Wholesale and Retail Dealer In China.
: seenaarare. UlasSiiPuteit Uoods, Lamps and Lamp
.jjuures.. ,., , ; 4a Nun Hnu street. ;
.V i-!ajirsJa.'':'. , -, , ..'..-v( ;vs- yr
. Va Importer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
bi Crookery.li'hiDa, Glass. OuUery, Plated Goods.
aUoal Oil Latnpa, Ae.'
t-: . - -i t South Hih streets
Ot b' J E! 1
,l! DENTISTRY,1 ' ;r';trif
AtMrtawsaVAc KITliallnaKK, . i-ii
. . An. Ill Kut Hmul ilrMi
We otaa to be the Saa.. . . - :
fX. ir-DDtf M, DESTISTTba bet styles
VJeyef Dentistry, iuoludmir Dana's Imprerej
Iwrwehi .-Plate. Urnos-, 10 and il Opera Block.'
- DRY GOODS.
r.A.Ufe.taA,l, At CO., , r-r ' i I
Ve Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions, Carpets; Oi'
rCloths. nlattings shades. Uata, JJapa.ajin.l( ur,
orner Hign auu r rienU gtreeta. , a .
.-iI:iJiJkVia4aln1.ae.a-t f i
,M r . - t 14il death Hifh street.
'-Carpeta WattrnKS.Oil Clottn.CurtAinu, dla la ana
-.el ae-. ta. rAV.
Li rW boleaale and KeiairDeaters la Stasia and
jianoy , Vr. VwodA, aud Aauuiaeturers of Ladtea'
iC loans. ' . ... . 123 S. Hign a rear, ;
1,-uija.iaa sr. but tiuouaatonb,.!
X; - ie, ivruui A Co.. eaah dealers in Dry Goods and
ffiH w, aM Boatk t-aarlo ataeat.K' i ; i ai i - .1
Al.tt NAtJUUON, "J '
O Whoi and -Retail Dealer in Dry Ooodc,
AajiutnlaUdi Ao. Uinil 3SU tSoath Hjga
street. . . . .
Dealera in ritaDla and Faner Drr Rnnda and
(ieata'li'arnisbint Uoudr, No. 6 Neil Houe.
aUUaatiAkA Y Ca4ja k ,c CO.,
JT Dealers in Staple and Paoey Dry Goods.
,'ff . '- ' ii..i. o.it9aoutb cilah street
e Poreigd"anrDomestio Ory'Goodai Cloths,
tors, etc. 240 KM Smth high street.
- ;f i.-f-DRUGQISTS."
r W . '
Y ikraT a It I t. M Oal-..
1 JOUX S. htUKHTS.
fjrsaist ana Apoecary ,
154 North High streeC'
MAtat-t.tJ ati'rsoi - -1 .'.
bVHVLJsaAtili BE If AltTjRtJGGISTS.'
: lw South High et Cu.umbos.O.
JAAIjf. StUt UK. cfc CO,, - -
A W bolesale and Keiail DrdggisUTand Dealer,
i a rmpuqtarji Mauuiqjea : -t t.i i
- .- . aru niio iuwh
ICHkS at MOOHE, : " "
Aiaanneca. aJaTaaera an fabUaoara. Ifota-
PM.IH outer aeata eimraTau aoorasr. . , . . . M
mie.-4H aae i avuta uian street.
mil.liaiHnii DilBlnrJT CU..
J ManafaettrreTS and Wholesale and Retail Deal-
era in f urmlare. tnarrs, mattrasses, etc.
.... ; F . ,. iOl SMithBich rit. (Opera House).
Manniactnrarant first class Pnrnitare. Whole
sale" atul.JietAjl WaxetuouiSvii. 7 and 8 GarjinLe
Block. ' r
: :H0USE FURNISHING.
l";;'atsw,0(ka tc ajtj., -
a . veaier. in nanties, stores and rJonse rur
nisbinc Uvods. . Alto. YU.Copper and Bbeet Iroo
Ware. . 17 Kast Town i treat.
' aioesaj- farBlshiag io'as. antros.: Grates,
Copper, lin and bbeet Iron, Stores aad Mantles.
tkrntn High street.
A ATll4 rsWI.Oa Hlltt; -i 'if;
J Dealertr Hardware, rjoesePurnishlnr Goods.
Aiarbte ana Biata ManUee, urates, Ht, Tes, Hot Air
yernaeea. o.- - o North High street.
V-HOOB SKIRTS. " .
J2iai AlMvfetorr ud Wbolara) Dealer in Hoop
bkirUo4 Cvnet- Also, .dealer in Berlia Zepfaw
ft ;T h a- a .... - 9 ..;o;.
Dealer in MuteI TflsrehAtidiie. Bool. 8ta-
tiooery nod Finer tiil'enermllT' Mpeciil i.lnt
firm. -.I.r.ll,l.lm .. IJnMif,lrt.l Bewmc
Hnnhine.. .q, Booth Hiph itrett.
K. AT. n
i . it
to.i,. iMitJ ueale
art and btraw Uotxil
120 Sooth Bixn rtreet.
.ti .a .v.OTiXUCsian Golden Hat)
iii rioa a L, hotii..
J.V Jv- v x. T jbDMBite Banoti
.o. uiv iiiovn. rropnetor.
CoroMrBif hBd Town atreele.-i
. v-T'-n-jj, j BLOUNT. Propriaton
) i, ji i j -ii .i . ,, j . ,i j i t
Li Corner .rourth i Friead iU. Commodioai
haaaa and exteiuive stablei. , r - r
r-r-a x. SOWERS, Proprietor
1; i Vi
krSeweaifcto riCDT - hdtdul irE ' Ak
aoranoa uotnpanr Aceata, je.-oo.ooo. '
VM. JAMlriONZ Aent.Uolaujba0:j
NEWKIRK & DlltTEIIBERGER,
OKN oRJO. iUEHTS Seonritr LifoJnuuranee
Company. ...;.in-( 1 : . iia i.Ut-ara Uoaae.
TTBMK :IISBKANCI5 CtmVlLSX Sv
Offica, No. 4 T Opera fionse
w. Kiiiinuits, j.
Wholesale and Retail M;llinerT Goods. '.,(
1)1 8. Bich street. Opera House Block.
KM. A. IHIWNliG,
L)eilerin Millinery, Straw Goods and T?tm
s. No. 67 North High street.
JH. W1LKK, . : , . ...-
a Dealer in alilliaery, Press and Cloak Trim
mine nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh street. s
SCHA1H4IWEN A aOHLLEBEW,
Alerohant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-
No. 68 North High street.
W,NISWlDKK, -. - -- ;
Merchant Tatlor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also aseotforthe Diamond shirts.
vrx : -t,-.-: Gri.'siev : 11 tioiuh High street.'
-a.- A JJLOiUl.NG CO.
IKS M. Hiah M.
suits made to order.
Brady-made Clothing al-
ttHll U.ttlCKEa4CMa.al,c ., N
fj . ilerchaat'-'f anlor an Deals te(Jlotulllg and
UVH',Pniabingtrooi.- i ' ,v
Ota fa HTnuTEII, ; '-. " -i .
AlUKChVAT TAILOR. SS0 Hoaab Hiah at.
"icestoclnif Olothingconstantl oo band. -
News Dealers, '.Bookaetlers and Stationers.
No. 6S South Aligh traet. Mxa-aWor to Poatof&ce.
A? News Dealer, UuuksBlleT. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Gng ish.
-. . ru South Hjgb street.
iJIbMKWa. aUfAai ACA .-
i- Juanulcturers and Dealers in Writing. Frint
in aad A iapii. Pipers. 03k M Ndrtb High si. i
-aj r Tins a inicrts, -- - '
J; lLalerarrrPrinlinit. BooV. Writing and Fine
rapers. w,a9a u i ori a mgn street.
. . am . .... m -
jTMrtittgrh High atteei
t n.ari -hM.a.ii'a"r. n": , i,u
,fJ a PaOToqUAHKR. ,107. Soatk nieh stroei.
rrottlrea made rB every tyle and siaa.
r ' J.vAKCs1i3rr,
A-fl, -sPbnogtairbiii' Arcbrorvas, Ofcrnai'etin.-eto.,
T . . . . .- : . . . - . s-ay.
, . r ,. -. jSa. jt3 aontb Magh street
r. i'w. . vimia u'luB, iiuais xmcaiaiui tuv
fciye, (ar. Heart, Tnroat and Lang. Also, Diseases
af Women and Childseo. - ....i.. ,ir
',ii-;-.ri'..l frHyPt SHn'-.yt'i??.
.Wholesale and Etatail daalara frw Litrhta. A
Uo.' and Hainen k Bro.'s PiamoX. ' Atso. Oi'irniii.
A4liadeop8 aid jttttv ankical instrdmenu. . ii-t
'i . v A
. 3B Kortn Higa .treet.
A rent fbf Chlcertnr's and BmnieTSon's PY-
aoolsov'OrgAns. jSleledeonf ,aad Hhea ala&ia.
, . , . nt sautn iiiKU straet.
BARK EXCIUHGE REDTaHRAKT,
. ..Corner State sod Hiah rtraets. , ,
' - ; 4;HAKliEir Si 8, Proprietor.
' A B r A SfcWlflO iriACHIKES.
arVi.Tha beat, aT tha woplit " .Vna. 1 avnH OnWra.
iJpose. . . , oW. PLM M CL, JLlaoarai Aaent.-i
.WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
1. UfjB ass, tc CO..
Dualm-iB Fine WAtehas.' Clock sj Jewelry,
Plateawara, Spectacles, Ao., No. 11 Lat Town
street. - -
f lATKSde ai A-aa ta t aa a a a,v ,
. (Sureessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silvet Ware aid Spec
tacles. ' No. 2 Neil Houre. ' ., -
T7I A. At L, I.E'HCit.KEFX, ' ' '-iv-aL
Wholesale and Retail dealers fn Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv.- N. 71 Sonth Hiah street.
ANt'ltOPr KK8. ft JO. i 1
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notion,
j and 4 Gwjnoe Blook. Town streete?
RKtiO, JUIfb. A: CO.;
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St,
NOTICE IS HlltEBV CITRrV TO
m wham it maa-ennearn. thaa the l.ita Bank.
ofcCifcTeland. aonladepandaint Banking Company
organised and carryinc on business as an Indepen
dent Hanking Company at the city ot Cleveland,
Obiu, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of obio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
me &tate Itank ot unto and other Banking (Jous
Daoies,".pased Fi-bruary 24tb, 1845. being desirous
wt relinquishing and dosing its Banking busioean.
to. ti at eod has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
raid ,-itate of ubio in such case made, paid and re
deemed mure than ninety percent, of the maximum
amount ui lu otrouiatiuit Doi.es, aua aeiivereo-bne
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bae provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer-,
Secretary and Audit t of State of said State of
Ohio lo the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbeomeeof the National City Bank
of leva.and, at the raid eity of Cleveland., at bare
said Cti y Bank fa located.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Cilv Bank of Cleveland. July th. IH68,'
f-;. waaAMUAii w iCA, j(resident.7
? BANK OF COMMERCE, ) '
C'LITKLAHD, May 83, 1868.
VTOTICE IS HEIaaSafX Wi VfeiN TvTME
l''nnlilera nf the outstanding notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, aud all other parties interested.!
bat altar the expiatioo- of six months from this
date, applieatioa will a made twtbe ABditur.See'
retarr and Treasurer of-State to surrender to said
Bank the su cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ot aaid Bank in parsuanoeof tbe fort)- :
fi-ai ian .;.. f . . . . u . !. u . i
.aw v" ni.u. ,n miKIW NIIWIW I1WUMI1-
iaevpasasd March aiet. 1851.
i r, --':. JOSEPH PERKINS. President. .
. H..R. Horlblt, Cashier. inav2-d6in.,
The Sisters of St. Mary V,
' -HnTTi rrt rnrrv ronnt r. win u ai. ?
and spacious buildicn for the recfptioa of pupils on
ne oral. ttout hi nrpwiuuor, r or Board and
1 nitioB. f76. 80. 86 and 990. wording to i
Adams Box SSI. :u i i I . n- : au3-dtf
j a;:8,.PINNEY'S - .
pANUlNJ ACADEMY 18 N0WOPKNAT
,.NAUCHT0N HALL. ... ,
1 for juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from I to 5'
P M Gentlemen's evening class at AUBOS
HALL, J3d iaat, at 8 o'clock P. M, ectu .
'. FOBi HALE..
A PAIR OP "iOB GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
A. and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
rS&SP 10W'K1CHARD KEVINS. !.
NOTICE. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
The President Elect and his Tormentors
—How to Obtain a Clerkship
and How to Keep It—The
Civil Service Bill—The Pretty
Girl and the President—Grant
Girl and the President—Grant and Hancock.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 17, 1868.
1 be visit of the President elect to
New York and West Point was made
simply for tbe purpose of attending toj
private business,. and jyas not a nigbt to
escape another impetuous charge of of
fice seekers as Las been represented. I
have it from good authority that thej
General will hereafter tolerate any pub-j
lie demonstration that may be offered in!
his favor by the class referred to. but
will invariably hand ovesHhejnalnSrif
his tirmentors to Gen. BadeauV of bis
staff, who will record them among the
"outs" of March next. j
An .uneasy Aydior wt. gentleman
whose name watpnetaid7k.iiiit!4 the
late proposed visit of Treasury officials
to General Grant. Obtaining his ap
pointment under President Lincoln in
1S63, he was known as a War Demo
crat. Since the close of the war and np
to a few days prior to the election he,
was a strong supporter of President
Johnson, with an abiding faith in his
views of reconstruction, and the appar
eart'beljt'flfiaJlieJtbe President, was
'the oest aBused man in the world. A
change came over the spirit of the Au
ditor's dream, however, and a few days'
pripr t,oll)e elepUcui,.rJ0 one feeding at
oiufyibie cVjbj pxiiibiited more zeal in
supporting the principles of the Repub
lican party than he. Indeed, he even
went so far as to threaten the ntter de
molition of the large columns of figures
named bv Mr. Dr.lmar: but afterwards
thought better of it and satisfied himself1
with having tbe fact ot bis tremendous,
zeal in behalf of Grant telegraphed
throughout the country. He it was who:
had prepared an adulatory "iSptfeeb'for
the ear of the 'PresideWe'lect, wndse
timely visit to New York Baved him
from infliction. General Spinner it was
who, when askedo jointheknotqf par
asites, said heoujc( lyro tiling; to flo
with such a nonsensical 'proceed
APPOINTMENTS AND DISCHARGE IN THE
The proposed Civil Service bill provid
ine for a rigid examination of all pres
ent clerks in the Departments and of all
who may hereafter become applicants tor
r6meibt5rig; butf.wonldi Uiniitely
prove a lamentable tailure. Intluence
not to be withstood would be brought to
bear on the examining board and tbe re
sult would be that it would finally be
come a useless appendage to the Gov
ernment machine. The pressure in every
department of the Government is al
ways heavy and some of the means nsed
to possess and retain clerical positions
are ingenious and aanpaingj tUereiB
oneway which usuajfy- graves ausfcesa
fnl, especially with a young man from
the West who desires a clerkship in the
Treasury Department. He writes for
publifcattdh'ii Ms viilajra louroaTJi ae
scrip'tkfn ef-tW apitafrntl IdvlsAl by
shrewd old coons who had been through
tbe mill, devotes a long paragraph to
Auditor L., whom he describes as a
most gentlemanly personage, a man of
wonderful ability and a remarkably effi
cient public servant. Tbe next day the
applicant's friendr generally an unscru
pulous M. C., happens "to drop in" on
Anditor L , and after a pleasant chat,
during which the M. C. grows remarka
bly complimentary, he says :
"By the way, Mr. Auditor, I saw a
handsome notice of you a few days since,
in the Journal; I wish I had the paper.
0 ! I tbihavitjVitll M Tfer all."
The litHeven-ty-nirta -Bfieetis spread
before Auditor L., and the fulsome para
graph and with evident relish . "That is
very handsome; I wonder who wrote
it?" "A young man of great ability,
sir : corresponds regularly for the press;
the press, you know, is a powerful lever
in this country." :! "No doubt of it sir,"
rejoins the tickled Anditor. "Do you
ever see my name mentioned iu any
other paper, sir?" "O ! yes, quite fre
quently ; we public men must pay the
penalty, you know, of holding exalted
positions ; the newspapers will talk
about u.' ? r ! rI"0 ' P i T
CEiially Ibidding the Auditor gaott
day, our M. G. gives him the paper and
after a few more pleasant remarks re
tiies. A week later he calls again.
" Mrv Auditor, I have a young friend
who desires a position in some Depart
ment ; what s the prospect V
" None at all, sir," rejoins the Audi
tor, "places all' full ; thousands of ap
plications every day."
After expatiating upon tbe merits ot
the would-be clerk tor some time Air. U.
suddenly recollects : " O, Mr. Auditor,
do you remember my showing you a pa
per the other day, containing a notice of
v ery wen, sir.
Well, I just remember ! the young
man 1 reier to is tue autnor ot that let
ter. I am sorry you have no room for
him; an excellent young man; a fine
writer ; good day, sir."
Wait a moment. I here may be a
vacancy in a tew days. At any rate,
there wilU-wenan'hartri; in sending the
young man here and I'll see what can be
done tor him ; a vacancy may occur, you
To make a long story short, the young
man is appointed ou Auditor L.'s recom
mendation, and if he is really a shrewd
person, manages to retain his position
by writipg puffs of. Auditor L., always
taking especial (care ih at the litteif sees
them and knows thesource from wuich
(Jne way to make sure of a clerkship,
js to play the part of servant and ad
jnirer of the chief of division or head
of the room, by assisting him on with
bvavaECOAtvJoamng h yout, umbrel
la tiii gOmgiiome-in thV Tain'-yotirself,
by complimenting him frequently, by
brushing a stray speck from his coat and
by a favoring servility which, sad to
say, very many of the Department bar
nacles do not seem to deem it incompat
ible with their-manhood - to exhibit on
i For a lady applicant for clerical hon
ors, a pretty face is almost indispensa
ble. About six months ago the young
ladies desiring positions in the printing
division of the Treasury Department
conceived be bold larf of 'soliciting i
recommendation from President "John-
positipn .nniler the G-oyerurnent
dispogf icf rveryl many incompetents
soi! himself.'-!' !Arritin'g t tW'iW4ife
House . tkeir ; timid . buthanxions n little
hearts faijed therty One, wanted, tbe otb,
er t.o approach. His Excellency first, and
vice'vprta. and sbme'tlme'was spent1 Ip
debating" the' Anes'tingf'bf precede'licei
At'tat, the bolder and:) prettier Wf the
twd srerdJte1aee ; the f, President ! first,
.andwaa , Bbmdj l;iflto .t-hje august -presence.
Singularly enough, Jier Interview
witb'fee President 'ended by liis "eivib'sr
1W a'ti1 !ea'rnest' 1 recommendation fbV ah
appointment Which. - aha deceived jfrom
.tbe bpperintejidept rot; xtbe 1'rlnting ;JL4
. , - r ' j . ......
KoJ'stailiflg afbep asufairce in coming
to Him tor a rncornrnendation; said It was
really,impos9ible. iiSbei was very ..da
serving, no doub ..,andft , he., hop.ejd she
Would succeed, but of eourse she. could
not' expect bim W recommend', parties
whom he ferteW'riotbirig1 aboht.'&c.lThe
key to thediscriminationexercisedbythe
Presidntjiu tfca caaetif te (two ladies,
is found in an impudent r'emark tf the no
torious S. H. Clark, formerly Superin
tendent of the Printing Division of the
Treasury Pepartment f wboj fefter read
ing the recommendatiQi of the Tjresl
denf. safdto the fair bearer: "bb you
know, Miss, why the President recom
mends yout'VJ J!0 ! ' .' ; i I
. The young lady modestly replied that
she did not ' I'll tell you why,,", said
the brazen' clerk, " because you are prel
tyl" '-The' young lady's cheeks flushed,
but she1 could not afford to be saucy and
so! swallowed tbe impertinence, and the
next day found her pretty digits. busy n
counting Uncle Sam's greenbacks. That
young lady may be classed with 'the
" Ins," at least until thd; 4th of March
next) the entry in -the appointment jour
nal reading, " Miss n appointed
recommended. l?y President Johnson"! J
vteipn on .the toiipwingday,, , other
ung lady, on bearing her companion 8
"DON'T HITCH HORSES."
-everal telegraphic correspondents, a
few- days after the arrival of General
Grant from ' the West, announced that
the President and General Hancock had
called on him at army headquarters,
which' was entirely erroneous and was
corrected at the instance of the President
elect himself. It is easier to discover
why the statement was incorrect so far
as regards the President than in case of
General Hancock, whose omission to ex
tend the courtesy referred is common
ly attributed to political differences.
Such is not the case, .however, for. ibe
mutual dislike of the two. generals
has its foundation in a deeper cause
than ' is ' generally imagined an old
war wound' inflicted by Gen. -Grant
and one which will . probably never be
healed during, the life . time of either
man. Hancock is known as a gallant,
impetuous and chivalric. soldier, and it
was while on the march from the 'Wil
derness to Petersburg that Gen. Grant
administered a delicate rebuke , to the
former, for his, oyer znalousuess, which
the proud nature of General Hancock
could not brook and which lie has never
forgiven.' r This is the true cause' of thd
ill-feeling existing between two br'av
soldiers, who can never be reconciled,
for the reason that one is too. pt-oud to
forget and the other too firmly grounded
in his convictions of right and wrong' to
apologize. , .... . ; ;
Kecipe for ""Making ' Natpral
Bread. Bread, light,' sweet, "delicious
arid eminently wholesome! may be made'
by ' mixing good ' unbolted wheat meal
with Cold water, making a paste of prop
er' consistence, which can only be de
termined by experiments,'' pouring or
dropping it quickly into a heated panj
(that with concave departments is best,)
and placing it quicklyinto a hot oven,
and baking as quickly as possible with
out burning.'' The heat'of the oven and
pan suddenly coagulates the gluten! of the
outside, which retains the steam formed
within, and each particle 'of water being
interspersed with a particle of flour, and
expanded into steam, separates the par
ticles into cells,' and being retained by
the gluten, " which is abundant in this
natural flour, ill it is cooked,' tbe mass
remains porous and digestible, and, con
taining no carbonic acid gas, is whole
some when eaten immediately, and of
course equally so on becoming cold. ,
But for family bread, if not eaten till
it has stood in pure air till the carbonic
acid gas in the cells is exchanged for tbe
oxygen of the air, there is no -important'
objection to bread made from good un
bolted wheat meal, with . fresh yeast' It
contains all the elements necessary for
feeding the muscles and brains, and for
producing all tne fat and animal heat
required, and contains no materials es
sentially deleterious; and bread thus
made from good superfine flour is only
negatively deleterious, having lost its
food forr muscles and .brains ; , and it
need not, therefore, be discarded if at the
same meal these elements are, supplied
in lean' meat: fish, or cheese, or other
food containing ' similar elements ; but
if eaten with butter or sugar only, and
else, would soon make of us
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not so.revjind' him of a a
bis pangs, but to show
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of immediate and permanent relief-are proffered
-blain-1 - : .
-n- -JO Tl.'V -ill! rtl j. ',-.:i ... :' --t;
-And tt h fochim-toaur whether ha'wffl eojtinne
to endure a living death. or to pat himself in.; , . ;
ttion to render life enjoyable. ' ' ,
.n vo oita ' H' i'' ,! ::.) -. n i
Of the efficacy of this matchless' vegitahle- atom
chie are to be found in every city and Iowa la the
Unitedj-States-healtbymenand women,' rescued
from tortnra hv tr. !ak u .ml t.. - .
f tastieaonv.so Yts vir- 'K3 tues It differs from
i any ot&er Kitters in existanoe, in this special par
' tieulan it is not aleoholla. -' i i i
or suen aontitutions and systemsai require for
their invigoratioa a diffusive stimulant.. ,1 ij
GERMAN TONIC J
Baa been provided a preparation in which tbe sol
idHeatsaets of tbe 6 nest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Satient. in choosing between those two treat anti
otes, should be guide! by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility,' the Tonie should be
his selec.ioa; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reaai.ed..
Thousands find infin-' jf ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. faf There is no phase-of
indigestion. biliousness, nervous disease or physi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in whioh, singly or combined, they will not effect
oure. -.5 rn ..
-A - hi
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Str-ngth- Get rid of the ail
ments woich interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a ivonger hold
of life and. in short, became a - , ' ,. ;.
i i i : . -v -. - . . iAa nw
. .......... i"7i ; t ; jr
; Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
' and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cor
I HQOFLAXD'S . GERMAN , BITTERS J
;' ". ' ... , .
' ' Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and
all the oomplaints which proceed from a want of
' proper action in tbe liver, the stomach and tbe
bowels. Ara eradicated by a eourse of this great
j CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC."
' Whioh net only eombatsand conquers disaasesthat
; have entrenched themselves in tte system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
infioencee. Persons whose occupations and pui
suita suojeot them to tbe depressing effects of a
ciose. unwholesome atmosphere, should take itre?
1 ularly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
i other disorders, which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are
j' - WASTING AWAY,
Witnout any special eotslaint, exeeot a gradual
'. declination of bodily" strength and nervous energy,
will find in the blf- awe TEaS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as refreshing and exll
eratinz as a pool in the desert to the taud-scoroued
, and fainting travelers. - ' -
; : HOOFLND'3 Ha
i CE R tiil A FJ BITTERS
i 9,r ' I J: -;- - -
I oomptwei of the pare taicos (or, u thy r me
draliiavUT tflrmAtii. fcxtr.-iftt-i)- nf Rmti HafI.. anrl
Barks, making preparation highly concentrated
no vaiuntw iroo irom Aicunoiio aamixiure ox an
kit.d. ...I....,..,. .
.-j i:HOOPLAND'S ;
la a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the .purest quality otrjanU Cms Bum,
Orange, etc., making one of the moat pieasaafr and
agreeable remedies ever .offered to the publio
These remedies will effeotuallynare Iiiver Corn
plaint, Jauadioe, .Dye- l.upepaW Ohronia or
Nervous Debility, mm Ohronio Diseases of
' tbe Kidneys, and all disease Bria.ag from a (disor
dered Liver or stomach.
j each . a .. ri
Piles, iullness of
I Blood to the Head. 1
j Acidity of the Stomach. - -
rauea. Heartburn. Disgust - i
for Food, Fullness or Weight in tbe '..
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking
' or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swiininingof the Head, Hurried and wifficult
i Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
rSnlfocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
I Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs belnre the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Bead.
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
: of the akin and Eyes. Pain in the
, - -v Bide, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto i ""ti'i.''
'- Sudden' Flushes of Hoat,
Burning in-; the- flesh,,
- - Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and
; ,- Great Depres- : '
j t .... sion of
' r Spirits. . : .
. i They are the Greatest and Best. .-;
j ULOOD PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep our Blood pure. Keep
your Liver iu otder a Keep your dizestive
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 nse of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every ease of MARASMUS
without fail., i .. i - -
Thousands of certificates have accumulated tar
tne baa is ot the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of bnt a few." Those, il will be
observed, are men nf note and of such standing that
they must be believed.
THE j WHOLE SUPREME COURT
;.; .. SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES. T
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
- HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justioe of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiitja :
i " Philadelphia, March 18, 1867.
1 find "Hoofland 'a German Bitters" isa, good ton
ic u.eful in diseases aaj of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- urn efit in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the s.vs'eut. ,,
. Yours truly. . GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
' Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
. . 'Philadelphia. April 58, 1866.
I oonsider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o-ises of attacks of lndicestion or
Dyspepsia. I can certify this lrom my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes; . .
', ' Philadelphia. Se 1. 14.1867.
"Hoofland's Germai Bitters" is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It is not an in
toxi atiDg drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
P JAMEa BOSS SAO WDKN.
.i... - OAXTTZOia'. ' '
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that tbe signature f ot 3. M. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of U each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. Mo. 631 AKCU STREET. Phila
delphia, Pa., j
CHARLES Mr ETANS, Proprietor.
; "Formerly 0, M. JACkSOlf A Qofi j
; - - , 3?nioB8.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.. v..... .$1 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doion.. .-. 6 00
Hoofiand's German Tonic, put np in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half dosea for tT 50. j .
. Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE BY.' ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers la Medicines everywhere.
1ST, CRAY & CO
WOfJf.D taiTlTF, THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers ta. theie nnnaaall w .TlMmiw.
and elegant assortment of a- ,
i l ' 'i.Mii
Extra Rich Blsek Silks; n b i-a'
, Novelties ut Fancy Silks: " 'H
Poplins and Empress-tJloths;
, French Merinos and-Cashoieres; - 1,'.'H 1
'. English and French Serges; - J :i'
Chamelion Epinglines: u nt l!
Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets: o -'-.i
; Novelties in Plush Cloakints; n.-a-wTi-il.
Velveteens for making Costumes; x-r.i
, Astraoban and Chinebilla Cloakings; -
M.tn-.U P.l. I.- Ck..l.. . .... , I
'.;'. Cashmere and Broobe shawls; iTi,'-i..i
i-oina oe urate iiacee. aoiiars and rsets; ;
. Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids; n" '
Snoerior Wi .terHoaiarr .!
:. Misses' and Men's sleriao Vests,
' - ' - iff D stn ' :' -t f "
IN THE CITY " :
. ' -; :-ojr.....:"::::::'i.':.."
' - .. kvj'i
House Furnishing DrytGoods; " ': '-
Blankets Muslin', Linens: : . -ii
Sheetings. Lace Curtains, Toweling! As., lb.
.... Also, Trimming Satins. j
. ':::::: ' ".'':.'
VERY .LOWEST PRICES,.
Merino Undergarments of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen. Ladies, Misses and Bo vs. Also,
a fri-sh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
octT-dJm GILCHRIST. GRAY A 00.
: uaa'J In rii -m--S r..ji'
?.t. t fiT. -! a mal t.tt -m i ?
n s.-.i i;;r
- S:J! 1 : ! '-.
I i t 'Y
I..-T- i il! j-
' on ui
t. v a. , N. E . TV,,-., ..
FALL AND WINTER
- 'T .7 ..! u i..t ui I,-.ii!;yfiiiy.
Oi-,'i,- in ' h; .- ;( .''. m tiU: if In n. .i.!'i
' .it v ;i! -'.(fui-nsi. L.-sii- i.i'l i -. !() ai vta
fi ;A ,U, C H T- O N ' S !
i .- : ii ii 'i-i ; i v :i A '.i'll oi fii ri .i
.'' h i :i ;. ' ' ' -..i .i.. "M ri iu
'-.r ' tir ' 'r "i N " ;1 1" -' -.-..To' .
Pnnnasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
-.u ... can aaa examine tne - :
'loir's.''"' ' ''Hl'fjtU'. i vi.t l!'.i:17.. j:
IV'E-W;1' ST O C R.
!: ii.'lX r .'.. ' ' ;;l !nir t-.(f;I f
. 1 . . :'l '';:'. ..: : i"-a i .
. .DRESS GOODS f..CHEAPJ
' FANCY'GOODS, CHEAP
-1' S H A W E8. J Ai .1 .'. .'. X A E A P f ' '
i. DOMESTICS. 6i.il.j.;jt.lii.5s.CBEAP' "i
,', EVERYTHI.NG. ...UBKAPJI ii
Mif.ii;'! lull ;? 11 i.'Vmiiu e srf J :
,iii!Au. iV -;! T ,l ! i. ' -rfl .-asJaJ mi.
; 118 & 128 Sntaa H1(a treelt
1 novIl-dly-aprlT ' ' COLUVB US. OnjO.
.: : :., .7-.. J i-i?: i;i ri':S. .
Lt., ii. !; ; ;:: ,,' vttf b-i",'; u' .. i
clothtng: r !Z
11 CLOTHING," -
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE'!
-. ' ''; i V: .' '' ::s t; i.
' ',. I ' 'THR OHIO ' 'i:
Merchant Tailoring & Clolhing Co.,
XO'.'ISS OPXRA HOUSX BLOCK, :i
A SrPl B R air.W KTOCK f tl OTH"
aa. Cassimeres, Overcoating and V eatings, both
oreign and domestic, lor f all ana rv inter wear,
Will always find both oar tnaterials and oar work
to be in tbe height of the mods. We shall spare
no pains in producing tne most-elegant and iaan
ionable garments to ba found any wheie.
Of which a great part is maanfaetured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable stvles. will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
ot tbe season, at very low prioes.
In full lines, a! wars kept on hand. 1 ' ' ' -
. HEN UV MMShi. Superintendent--
JOHN RICH Treasurer. '
W . G. PciRKS. Foreman." -
oot23-deod3m . ...
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
-. :. .11 i'i T . r
,. No. 220 South High St... .
' ' COHJMBUS, OHIO.
rHIVE JUST KECEITED Till
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, oonsis ting of l
French, ort: i;.- ..y: t.v
S .Ptawai Qiitlo CIotlAaA, . .. - -;
v . 0!(Im3r-a, a&O.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices. ,' : . ' ' ' '"
Also keep, constantly en hand a .well selected
.HEADY; MADE CLOTHING.
. -1 '- (if '"JOHN HUHTER. v
ju-dly' . S2Q South Hiah mm.
WlVLi MONTPENY, ; ;
Forwarding and . Commiian
i'l : MERCHANT, u LUi
CRAIN OF' ALL1 KIND8,
' '''' OCR, WHUKT, fte;'-"'
jar T '"'"' t Prices Paid at all timet for
Corn. W !; Barley, a ceto. . -,1 .;,
T F I 0 K i'i" f : .1 -.i in
Near West En Ilta.t'l B BrMsre
....-;! COLOMBIA, OHIO. :.,
bU-deodl .,.,,0;iJ iv a, ., ....... ,,,, .,
The atteA'.lon of the Trade is called to the superi
.H i-i .: -ui or ttooket.il . j itwajaL
.1-f.J" y. efonll!! ut v)ho(i-ai e'TmiiO
-HmwUX 1c v'.liirt sofi"t v "
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS..
to "tomo-jteritfii 'Utrlifi oH...;
n; fiffgrtrf 4..v. v. Ifuh ni escrTAToT -
. ll B Bi
SS S8 AO NORTH. IGII 9T .
pi iiioli-j-ug L jg-yig aaa-i
.no-. 4 uliij soiao
-JlilS-J Qi ui r ti.i" muh-.-jt. t.
. .lb rX ,CaroJ
-; '1 '1 Vj u'C'toixt t ) S.1nrin;rCI smT
i-u, .Wrltlngf,.;f fi(il (i;B fiuvnY
.1i-k:iU! ns -;f h itui HO
"'" J i Colored and fawn 3
X'v-. I lv :!" '.i.i'.n O ntna oiifO lo
vi -;." ,1 c ;, I,-:.-. .f ,;.,.. .,s,.i, jnT
e V ttiliut Ji n il oba H .null tnii .fLSsorrf
- j. ,: 1 ; ,Tt;o lo b&KvSshi unT
- .i'.. -iiY . '.'a..-t bvHi-A .bam nuot
"in scb n fc-)!dxjO-s? aijaitfitifa lod b
Of all sixes and varieties, which will b.e tfMMM
lowest market rates.
t". '.::. I ,W '.j :.t. i lo wdlAs aT
ii -1 n d- 'A : 01! oiniKRtointii(Utu& T"-l
toi i&.Un x'xii fc'j3inj?TJno3 nolna'J lo
-f ir.-.Rj an n.. .: ?-M f'ttl-u Uti sAd
Is unsurpassed in the elV. including 5 n
7: ; lild,? Ofl-w . -I-' .ag If
- j-R.-' R.-CHECKi"1' K
iaoJoO lo d; 11 (Jin
A J D -iff &0' !''w aaVWUod
ij J nj.l-nW.lV,-VI fll .-I7.0KA
fl.iiii sAl J !!;- tusail-dfc iiirjfiil JailJ sno
g I v 13 ifs A.Dlrf A' 5fi i,1
-Tl.'iiJ ,rt:tif '7T-X .; too:hl3HT
iar.'l ui liiit hm a M.irl Hiw iitlna
To all wAom it may concern: ,
flu -j,.;o .ii i.l J CITY CLERK'S dmCB.1
.llj-.fiiii o1 OotoatBoa, UL.Oett lsuaS68.iiU
tiee is herebv ari van. that nrnoMil Inn havaluM
tnsvi toted in rhe JCity Cbunoil wf ;oTambns, for
Baaing toe iouowu.g impiovmenta,to-witt, ....
' For grading and paying the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters .and erossingscB rCktrd street! freen iSorts)
A Iso, for repaying the sidewalks on the east li1)
of Front street from the northeast sornet of Kaant
and Town streets to a point es feet north of Town
sireet. ,J Jih.,.. T.ir?iIai a'iilL i'1 'Ji' i:.
Also, for graveling 8ouih. sireet Tram Sixth
street lo He-Ten tb ettj''l ti:.i 5ii..fcV)i7il
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway ;of
Maple street from High street to Water street.
Also, for building a .double row. Jag oraswina;
across Noble street on the east side of High aireet.
: Also, toeurvey and stakeof Seuta sireet frtna
East Public lane to tbe eastern boundary tf the
Oity." 1 -.''! i.h . -u j j.I TT! 10 na.a
The same to be done in accordance- witbi plat
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gio'.er. and fllad in the offioeofbaCit j.Cirk(
All persons claiming damages on socount of said
proposed. imprevaments,re reqnind to file tkeir
claims in the office of the Clerk, , in writing, on or
before the" Fifth- day of 'December. A;-Dt
.aet41taww. ,r a; -.-l;atlCarai.
JbaUurtomU may concern'
ClTT CtWRE'g brtiH.f l
COLUMBDS. O..Oct. So, 1868. i
-"Notice Is herebygiveri, that proceedinsshaa tiea
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for aneA
ing the following improvements, to-wit: ' ""
For grsding tbe eorth half of Perry street frcii
High street to the oar po ration line. ,
Also, for grading and paving the ' sutler atnl
grading and graveling the roadway and side
walks on Moand street from Washington aveaue
to the east line, of lot Mo. 16. 1.
' Also for a double row flag stone pavement across
Mound street upon tbe west aide of High strowUi. 1
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared br the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persona claiming damages on awaotmt f said
proposed improvements, are required, to. file Oieii
claims in the ofifice of tne' Clerk, in writing, oner
before the i'ilteenth. day ief . December, A.
1 i 'ni;:itvi -I s::J fil ionji. "WILSONa.f
oct39-dltaw4w ijity Ulexkj
9aatsAbmtsWeav;l: noliaoibnir nt
i:shnuul jCITT CLERK'S OFFICE.-. id
... . f . . . Columbus, 0., Nov. , J868. t
'' If otioe Is hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted in the City Council. f .'4Jolainlaa,ifar
making the following improvements, to wit :
For laying a double row flag stone etwsing across
Center slley on the north side of Iiong street. ,
i' Also, for building a double row flag-crossing
aaross South Pablio lane at the west aide oi Hig
1 Also, for building a double row Hag ! crossing
across South street at the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil Engineer
nd filed In tbe, office of the City Cleti7s. ' A
All persons olaimingdamagea on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk; ia writings oq at
before the Twenty-fifth, day of December,, A. D,
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1 WATCHES AND" tTEWELRY.'')
R ' A. J.: LESQUEREUX;
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
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Keep constantly on hand a large assortment et
Bletti'rhsniaa' and itatcrbuifClscKB,
For the Jobbing and Hetait Trade: Also.1 Agentr'
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Watoh Makers' Tools sod Materials, Watch Glass-1
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'AH orders promptly Ailed sad Vatrsacfioft1
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