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News and Otherwise.
Gold closed iu New York yesterday t
. Toupo wants an Opera House,
-Ii-xu- u :.j : ' . r .: : :, ir?r
Jackson C. H. baa a nw town clock.
Grant's majority In Illinois Is 51.152.
Smaix pox Is raelnjr badly at Mnwau-
Th Governor of Mlcbljran Is dangerous
Hon cheerfulness Is a great promoter of
Potatoes are dull at 60 cents a bushel In
le. footmen, Wear knee
SusFRisa parties became fashionable in
En Eland In 1800.
Turn Grecian bend has made its appear
ance in Delaware.
Fodder for cattle In some sections is
scarce this season. - . " ' ..
A Polytechnic, school la to be estab
lished at Chicago.
Goimno c Smiim.' Postmaster at
Logan, 0 Is dead.
Tbr President's message, as to general
features. Is finished.
Thr Democrats of Boston have renomi
nated Mayor Shurtliff. ........ 4 , ,
Victor Hugo bas lived to see his eldest
son almost as gray as himself.
EuWARif JTwnt was the first Governor
of Ohio under the Constitution of 13C3.
" WaTWARBSiSTfRs" Miss Sourl. Misses
TSlppl, LoulsY Anna and the Carrie Llnas.
Th Sandusky Megister insinuates, very
broadly, that Ben. W ade is not much of a
lawyer. v- ui j ..' Af
The celebrated Peaks of Otter, in Bote
tourt and Bedford counties, Virginia, si e
Mrs Mackst, ot East St. Louis, has em -d
her domestic troubles with a dose of
MfcMHHKt' '' .'i-'-'---' ' "f
Tbr father of Francis M. Hood, living Bt
Lafayette, Ala-, wan.tA.to know his son's
Last Sunday the German Catholic church
of Canton contributed sixty dollars for the
KHRf Br Hilt a -druggist Hi Detroit,
has just settled his pecuniary embarrass
menta.br .suicide., . etam a
Mrs. Scharis, who was born in Germany
in 1763, has Jitsf died, in Canton township,
On gd VAjwhs LM f ; ,
Thr Probate Judge of Mahoning county
issued 25 marriage) licenses '.during the
month of October.-
J axes JJtmfOER has -done ranch for Chil
licotfir In 'this way ' of buUdin'aHenement
bouses, within two .years. . . , .
Amoro the newpspc speculations Is the
one that General Sherman will be the man
fjgrantj administration v 1 fc
Thr ladies ot StMary's Church, ChilH
eothe, will hold a three days' fair in that
cltf ,'eorabieaetag 6a Tuesday.
mr if B promised UiarMftcGrtftt wnrao
thfcnrt lit theTVblte ,Hobw .with' the
simplicity of an Auseiicaii wuijau.
Arthur ATTVnoftSejdte Dr. Ar
thur Watts, died, edddenly lu Chillkothe on
the 18th. i He was an enemy to himself.
''.Xyi- Ppetoffl vacksoii,rounty; ' has
been,, discontinued,, and malln matter tor
thatplace is directed, to be sent to Jackson
-1 TT .0 - i ..
mTRR ewdl 'a indlgiwat Ithsll
Judge Pugb's attorneys sought, to have
Justlcedone hlin before Commissioner Hal-
U2" eril afii!'kvi3i rim ti-it t i-
mMJ'-lK. 1!4' LJ'ii O'.-.t WV, ?..-!
;;THit FfiffflWd 'Atoerttiar , Is ! dlsgttsted
and alck at toul with the flunkey Um of
tnaiiy of the Republican press toward Gen?
M1 firftf cri.i.-!- ui pa-fa i oJ a;F
, ; IS thelateleellon the'iBtdlcals louhd
that 'money U power -The Democrats
acknowledge that It wail the power that de
feateibem. a ( i
.THR Xtetoir ' Herald is willing that the
Democratic q States Central iCommittee
should fix 'the time for holding J,he next
Democratic State Convention.
n,DtRDi4 the last racing season ia Eng
land," the progeny of the famous horse
Buecaoeerwon sixtythree races, the stakes
pf which amounted to. 1270,371.' V A
i'CBKAOO ha about one hundred iron
msnuactorie .employing; ad estimated
fore ef 1.600 men and $15)00,000 of cap
ita'ind, doing a business of. $75,000,000
I. .Thr tanaers who voted the Republican
ticket re rewarded for so doing in, the re
dnedoa in price ot almost every thing they
have to-sell; but not In the reduction of
their tkzesi. lI'i'l'TL.
Hon. J4.M. A8HUT hattwriOela a letter
in vindication of himself. According to
bis own showing,- he Is a marvelously
jroper toanl.He Is about the only person
whoso believes.1-' ; ; .t wf,i
Thr recent innndation in Switzerland
the greatest for 150 years-has 1m poverlshed
ber people, 'many to the verge of starva
tion. :.- In their behalf, the charity of our
people isjnvoked.' , .- iu.,Z': '
Ik Cleveland, the' general Impression is
ihaf'lbe money pinch Is as tight as it can
getand that, although no great ease te
looked for at present, there will be a more
oomfotabe eondition. w. 1( . .
"Wooer witt put in big bid for the lo
cation; of f her proposed State AgrinnltoTal
College" at that place. Is there not public
spirit and liberality enortgh in Columbus to
sicunS IU" location at tils city ? ' 1
A Bkpcrucam exchange says that Pen
dletoVs Grpenback theory 'was rejected In
the iforthweet "by a -popular majority of
374,000. Are they sure that -they -'don't
want any more Greenbacks now ?4 t
Thb Allen County J?tmocrat favors the
adjournment of the Legislature until the
lit Mohfjaia January." Before adjourn
ment ttviU bare to adopt measures fof fbf
re nlldlng of the Lnnatie Asylum.
Thr Piqwt DemqcfaU believing firmly
that tbe greatest financial crisis that has
ever afflicted thTsw ai Whef "'eoontry'ls1
DAw'staingHSa'tliiiTace, would have
Terybody make preparations to meet it.
jCBCeuhewille 'Gazette does not Jknow,
whether u. ueo. v . Acuook will aUow.
hia name to be used In connection with the
Democratic' iomlnatlon for Governor, but
is sure H ne wui.uo so cnas enerson coun
ty wiU.jake fTesJt tlessure la supporting
WD ..,,.,,. ,-. , I 14 A 'A
Tub reason .. why iv Virginia 'Was not
allowed to jrota .H:: the .3a PresidesUal
electlont We4d,-witboot his meaning to do.
to, by Gen. Stonemaa, tbe General In com
mandof iby Smndlng Army in that'MU'-f
lUry Department MTaere' are not Radicals
enough. 1 tbe.Stato to &U Uie offloes, let
alone enongfc to give a Radical majority;
Official Vote for President,
Official Vote for President, Given at the Election in Ohio, November
Official Vote for President, Given at the Election in Ohio, November 3, 1868.
Couotie. Grant. Saymonr.
Adams.. ' SOU Xtf
kUan 1MML 3531
Ashtebala. SK'S 14ou
AailaiM Hl ?M
U.lmmil SUBS S6S
Hron i71S '
Mv.v. .x,Trr ? . .T MM'-
Clark .'..v... 'l
(Jliotoa ....t,..T til
Oolam 11 na .4881
Cojhoot II 8I7B
CriwTo d. ..j..,.. 1 9
. . , - liw: - - l f
Fairfield V S439 7
l-avette 10 1376
oltn,, 44.,,..; v-- v:-
Guwrisey i X.i. .'.
. s; is
3 If 9
J efferson. ..... .i ...
Knox.... ...... -
lake ..... .w.t.,
Ijoratn. . t o. '..
LaoaA.... ........ .....v...
M ixs ........
Vluntfomer .. X U..f.f-..: -
Moraan-. A. ..rf.v..",..'..
f SI l
Tuacarawas- . . v .....
Vinton.. ..... ........... 5
' 8801 -!9
' Grant's majority...
The Destruction of the Central
Lunatic Asylum—The Necessity
of Water Works in this City.
IThe fire that' on Wednesday tilght Jafe
pver to destruction the Central Lunatic
'Asylum, located at this city, and consigned
six inmates to death, made plain tbe neces
sity of the establishment of waterworks at
this city Perhaps, five hundred thousand
dollars may be required to put tbe Asylum
In as good condition as it was. The lives
of the victims, however.can not be restored,
and it will be much trouble and inconve
nience to care lor the. insane who were
confined in this institution, until it can be
pbnitt. 'This is really tbe hardest feature
of the loss.
Undoubtedly, were there water works in
this city, this calamity Would not have be
fallen theStatel The lire might have begun,
it Is true,but it would have been checked and
extinguished in its very incipiency. This
is now apparent to every one. . .In the past,
ritizenft of 'Columbus-have agitated the
question of water works, and have solicited
partial cooperation Irom the State; but the
members oi the General Assembly have not
onsldeTed It their duty to contribute any
thing to an object so praiseworthy:' They
seemed to think that it was purely an af
fair in which the cozens of Columbus were
interested; that they alone would have oc
casion to use tbe water in the various ways
n which water is susceptible of being nsedi
overlooktngthe important fact' that here are
located the Deaf and Dumb, tbe Insane,
the Idiotic and the -Blind Asylums and the
Ohio Penitentiary institutions in every
part of which there should be. a plentiful
supply pt water at all times for' all pur
poses: Unless provision is -made to this
eno the Representatives of the people will
not be as mindful ot tbe unfortunates of
the State as they should be. The humanity
that prompts the construction of these
bpOoirgXBOof ally- subserved, nnlesg
everything is coupled with the buildings
calculated to Insure the comfort, protection
and Improvement of the inmates. It is. not
a sufficient answer to say, that Columbus
is benefited by these institutions, and that,
theretoreher cltizens.fihoul(Lat their own
expense, construct waterworks that will
serve the xity and the Institutions of Jlie'
State. True, waterworks are necessity
q the city, and the city greatly feels their
Want; but" tbe. city is measurably poor
and can illy at-this time bear the
tax that their construction will necessarily
impose,. Consequently, a reasonable assis
tance "heretofore from the State would long
since have supplied . this , great - want-r-
woulq have,, guarded the btate property
located here against .the calamity oi fire,
as . well aahavo been greatjy beneficial in
a sanitary point Of view. ' As it is, the
State is the loser probably five hundred
thousand dollars, with a large number of
insane persons 'on hand subjected to tem
porary make-shifts, "with cold winter about
to put a stop to building enterprises.,: .'
We do hot write in a fault finding spirit ;
but to awaken our citizens and the citizens
of the State to tbe necessity of such 'action
as will at no distant day secure to this city
waterworks ample for all purposes,
Official Vote of the October and
At the October election in Ohio .the ag
gregate official vote ior the respective par
ties, was i - . . ., i ,i. i . . '
Sherwood (RtDnb.) .........M7.08
Hubbard CDemJ 849.6S9
, Sherwood's majority ,
The official aggregate rote in Ohio at tbe
November election was :
The entire vote ar. the November election
was only 1604 greater than at tbe October
election. Tbe Republican vote was in
creased 13,16V while the Democratle vote
was decreased 10,657. This is probably the
smallest increase in the aggregate vote be
tween a Btate and Presidential election, io
the year, in which the two have occurred
ever given In the State. - .; -.-
The Legislature Meets on Monday.
It IS important that every member of th
General Assembly should ' be present at
the adjourned meeting oa Monday.
The election of Grant seems' to' .hive
worked nice a cnarm in trie soutn. -
hear no more of murders, of squabbles b
twee'n whites and blacks, cf the troubles of
carpet bageers, nor of .the dorngs of the
Ka Klux. - We have reason to be altogeth
er deHelited at uie news we now receive
from i the - Southern-States. iVfru? York
Timts.f n i -.: ,-; ,,..
i burtnit the election' contest' the tele
graphic dispatches tolh Associated Press
were filled with ail jsprts ox outrsjes, in-
eluding mttfdersajmaonfactured fo? .Badi:
sal market, to be used as political capital.
The election beins over,hese outrages are
no longer needed by the Radical leaders.
and as they are not now paid for, we have
beaoe st Che South. More of consummate
sVsoundrellsm was never perpetrated than in
tbe manufacturing of these sensation tek-
---- a i a a 11
. r ,
Ksams. to be sent IjjTortn-to fire the hearlof
this Northern voters. iNofcj one, word In
twenty . bad a partlcla of truth ""in Jts
composlt1on--tho8e that had,! were fear
tullyxaggerated. .How- theelectioni Is
over we are to have peace in the South,
and IheJTuttei boasts that 4t to.Ua.eloatioi
of Grant that causes a subsidence of these
terrible, m ardors. trher0lB-sometrtk)n
this, but not its theT(rn would nave lt. lt
ia boaus the-Iiadkairpras bas ao se,
just now, of murders In the South, that
we are partially to realize In that region,
the "Let us have Peace" policy.
ThfAlbany Argus is responsible for tbo
following paragraph :' : ; . . f
i Dnerfourthof the cityot Little Hock, Ar
kansas, stands in Robert C. Schenck's name,
he having bought it up at a tax or confis
cation sale. He draws the rent annnallv.
and leaves, the. former owners, who contest
his title," to pay the taxes. Ho has nevr
paid trie purchase money, and so bas a safe
t". The Ohio Slutrsnian Jbasfs
Larger vlrcutuilon thna any pt
per pnblltilied ia thia City or Oen
tral Ohio. Adrerlisers -vrl bear
thla In mind. r.:'":
Jl-Ae4rN IU. ? ! TT7 T
SPECIAL COMMUNICATION OF MAO
vu a WIUMI. io. -JU. t . Si A. m.. THIK
-alur.lav) E VEN IVll ns qi iura t
.dot21IU .i . X. S. SHEPA&D. Btc'j,
WILSONS EAST LAWN;
; ADDITION TO ;THE: 3
City of Urbana
i Champ aigo Connly, Ohio.
V -.: I .il . r
One Hundred and Fifty
FOB SALE AT AUCTION
At Urbana, Thursday, Norcmber
THBABOVE LOM ARF! Iinnpni
."t,l3,,'JJC"n,,, maoityof UrbaDa, onaof tbe
uoost Houruhinis and npruua iulaod eitiea in
aio, and in direct railwaj eonnaotion with New
lorfc. Ciaoinnati. Cleveland. Columbus; Sanaus-
aj.iayton. irdiaoaDulu and t.hw..tr.
. j uwii.wm iw
BHLDWfl PURPOSES. 1J
Bainc elevated thnvn mil .m.m..j: ,
..t ,1,. .;. ."-r-r!"
n..Vlj r Jr.. uuuina epunir. and unsur-
. i j ' nu neaitntulaer. Thej
5 " V . " rare opportunity for private resi
dencea. but tbev ar,- in every way worthy the at.
tention pf capitalwta and otbera who are seekini a
-Jl1;!?.;!80 .nu?1Dr of Iarae lota that art
well adaoted tAiarilA..in.niinvu. u..i.i
of fruits. o. ' ' "" n
Jiaaiurtber inducement to persons desirin to
bar. eaah DnrAhaur.nl ha . n. . h .1 . .
i. T" mmviw m una onanoe
w.w j gum in uimj ouy, I U II1Q
Drawing of Lot No. 100,
v, ha wwiJiu, imi-iiMa Jitjr i.ou,nd
VALUED AX tOOO. .t "u n
.1 , -a. .ww imiucuiaioiy tl I er
the sale, and the person drawini tha nc.,n
l DO Dr&W lfl 7 Will rnlrtt rtlana i
a warranty deed for the same.
Arrangemeuis will be made with the Sandusky.
Dvt Uoeiiuiati Kailraad. tha A. u. W. IU
W , and the Columbus. Chicago a ladiaaa Central
Bii way, to carry parlies desiring to attend tbe sale
from feandusky. Uajton, Springtield and Ballefoa
talte. and from Akron, Jlaasilion, Uallion and 11 a
non, and from Columbus and Piqiia. and all inter
mediate points, to and from the tale, free of charge.
Terms of Kale A50 of th. . :
each lot, to be paid on day of sale; enoogh more to
make one third of tbe purchase money within sixty
days, and the balance ia ana and two years from
the day of tale; deferred payments to bear interest,
an-1 to be secured by mortgage ou tne premises.
THV ItSOAlf. Aavember ssth, I8S8.
Window Glass Warehouse.
BENJAMIN . ,H. SHOEMAKER,
iw aois, aor, o asn w. 4ih st
. IMfORTKR OF i
French and I rv-lt-n i.uo'. (ilaas.
rreuoh I. .te ti axi lor laanw, . "
reuo.i ljn.kin li;asi ri n . s '
llauiuierod 1 late ii.asi 1 r Skylights.
1 " r lo r. . "; "
Colored and Ornamental Cbueb Ulass. ' '"
Flnla 1 li fur 4 liiiMBrmifiM.. ... : I
thiokness. - . . ' . . . ... .
Bv the Original Case. Box, or Single Light,' V""'
Square or out to any Irregular Shape. . ; '
1N PURSDAN'CB OF AN ORDER OF THE
Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio. I
will oiler for sale, at publio auotion, on
tVcdnendttT, the 9S3ol day of De-
- ccwlwr. A. 186s) -: ; -r
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, upon the premises, the fol
lowing desoribed real estate, situate in tbe city of
Columbus, county of Franklin and State of Ohio,
beiot tbe north half N VI nf fmitMnn 1I a
lot Ao, 4. eommenfline 31 feet from thn Mntha.it
oornerof fraction number three and lot Ko. 4 in
ouuiu vjuiuiuous, anairom inence nortn 7odeg-ees,
taut 187 X feet to an alley; thence with the west
line oi said alley north li degrees, wet 31 a feet;
thence a westerly direction anrl parallel with the
ursi line ici leet to tne east line ot f ront street;
thence a somberly direction and with the east line
of - ront etreet 31V feel to tbe place of beginning;
being tbe north hah of said lot iio, 4 in said frac
tion Ho. 3 .i .
n Appraised at 1.300. ...
Terms of Sale One-half cash in hand, and the
other oce-balf in one year from the day of sale
witu inteiest, the deferred payment to be secured
by mortgage upon the prernises sold.
CATHARINE E S1I.BERNAGLE.
-' Administratrix of Adam Bilbernatle, deo'd. -
;Ws ii.HlTL. her Att'y. . - nov3l-dltw4w !
WAGNER'S NEW OPENING!
I AM NOW PREPARED TO SERVE mYoLD'
customers, and as many new ones aa may favor
me with a call nt the lowest rates, for can h, with
Oytar8, Fish, Game, Poultry, Meats, Butter. Esgs,
Vegetables, Fruit, Bread, Crackers. Jellies,
Canned Fruit and Vegetables, imported and
American fiokiea. Catsup. Table bauces. Bar
dines, Lobsterd, Clams, Core and Spiced Oysters,
Bottled Wioes and Liquors, English, Scotch and
Irish Porter and Ale; Cincinnati, Dayton and Phil
adelphia Stock and Fresh Ale and Porter, in Pint
and Quart Bottles.
Also. Fire-eraokera, Torpedoes. Fireworks and
- Call and look in, at my old stand, So. 93 East
State street. C. A. WAGNER,
noris-tf-r . -
, J. VIENNOT & CO,,-?
.... GENERAL NEWSPAPER
133 nanan street, new hoik.
(Ettablitkid is 1862.)
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
oarageocy. Our facilities witb all tbe first class
jaiiy papers iu hue uuuuu j are eecooa to none,
and we ar fully prepared to offer terms and oon-
rlltinna which cannot fait to give SUMrinr initnn.
menu. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
ar.d Sonth American papers, with whom we have
exo'usivecon'raots Wearetheonlv housedoing
. K i v mm i y r w n m r.i t kT I n II ij f WT T." . 1
Mr. H. T. HblmbuLD, Druggist 694 Broadway.
Messrs. H. A. Vanduzkb A Co., 198 Greenwioh
street. New York. .
Messrs. H ill A Hcckkl, 118 Greenwioh street.
Messrs. u. Brucb's 8oh sV Co., Type Founders, IS
Cbambe s street.
Messrs. Phalon a Son, New York. -L. . ;(
Messrs. Fbxloh Collundir, NewTork.
Messrs. Takhamt A Co., New York.
Messrs. ChickshigA6on, New sork.
Messrs. KaDW at Co New York.
oot30-eod3ui - -
A NEW PRICE LIST ;;?
' ' ' ' ' Is issued this' month by tha " ' ' 1 "
MASON A'HllLII. ORGAN CO.,
and will be sent, post paid, to erery applicant, con
taining announcement of
NEW STYLES OF -ORGANS,
; - ' AND
Four-Ootave Organ, Solid Walnnt Case, 50V
i.-: f iionbla Keed Organ. Five Htona.
Solid Walnut Ciae, carved and panelled, 128.
Other styles at proporUonate orioas. Wararojms,
64 Tremout treot, Boston; 59 Broadway, New
(icvunar suu lmporuul reiaiiuus wuim
Itej SfamTtl eirTpecnllaf orgsriffzSHb'n
antJjtheofEceu ihej; perform; are Subject
to many sufferings. 'Freedom from these
: Contribute in fao 'small ' degree-' to tBeir
uappiness ana wiare, ior none tau uo
ii'appy.iyJio' ar jli-;1Noft pi&j'.Or n?.
one of tlieee various femata coniplaiuts
ean long' lie Buffered tomn ort without
involving' the :.girieral''lieattll of the in
dividual, and ere long p'roucipg gfe,'n;
pent aickneesanaprematurecUMUine, vior
is it pleasant to eoBSulta'phyaician for tbe
relief of these various" delicate affections,
'iand? ohljr npon the mostiirgeritMceks'fty
'-. !UU1:' i-i.' ;'m 'iri'iluiur. ' HiLviU'l'"
wUf a true woman so . fair sacrificBy ber
greatest charm aa to do, Jthis.-; .he.sex
will then thank! us for placing in Uieir
hands simple specifics which ; will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one 'of thosn troublesome
complaitits peculiar to th sex.., ; u:. ,
dj J Ii'"f.; : iMi'l: " i.Iir.n-!!' .! ; o; y:
, il I TTFt TifDHT TMC'i' i i
... - ::f;af "Kn.,
EXTRACT, OF ' BITIIll
Handreds suffer on id silence, and
lundreds of others apply vainly to drug
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
I would: not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted,1 but I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment,: -unwholesome air and food
profuse menstruation, the use of tea' and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused , by direct irriiation,"ap
plied to the' mucous membrane pf the
vagina itself. ; i . ...
'. .. When reviewing the causes of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them. It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which. so
largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of woman in all classes of society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. The . mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designe.
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of .dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the 'unhealthy excitement of
the ball-room. : Tims, ' with the body
. half clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, : perverting in mid-
j night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. -
-In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to jt,
tain her situation in school at a later
' daya thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, anotht r in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the. now con
. stnnt restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
i of organic health and strength : the ex
' posure to night air; the' sudden change
of temperature ;". the complete prostra-
:jin produced by 'excessive dancing,
. miiit, of necessity, produce their lerui
unite effect.' At last, an early marriage
Cii.ps the climax of misery, and the uu-
t fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less1 of the plain dictates and remon-
; strances of her delicate nature, becomes
. an un willing subject . of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
tbe experience ot thousands ot our young
Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their, peculiar
nervous system, composed pt what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall Subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victim's ere nature
has self completed their development
For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites . or Leucorrhcea, Too'Prnfuss
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued .Periods, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
: offer the most perfect specific known :
Helmbold's Compound Extract of
Buchu. Direction's for use,' diet, and
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discbarge of
its functions. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold s
: Extbact Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold'b Extbact Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now ottered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity,' Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility,. Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, liestlessness and
Sleeplessness at nigbt, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia; Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, in fact, all the concomitants of a
.Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold'b. Take no
j Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where, x r-rr - , r
! Price. $1.25 per bottle, or bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms 1 in all communica
tions. "Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 694
Broadway, N. T." ".--
1 None are genuine unless done up in
tteal-engraved wrapper, .with fao-imile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and ligned
iySJ-dwis-waowlj U. T. HELMbOLl). 5 1
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AND AT TnB
Cam tm Font ad at
250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
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A. C. HEADLEY & CO.
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-United Statei of MAmrT6a
r ASHINOTOM. D. O.
CHARTERED BY KPECIAL ACT OF
Gash Capital, r'i:;;' liJ0p0.
PAID IX FULL.
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.,t, itaAncH oitpicei J u
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BDILOINS,
To which all general eortespoDdenea should be sd
-CLARENCE H." CI. ARK. PruMent. .
JAY WOKE, VhaB-maa, Fioanoa and Eiaoativa
UomiBiuea. . .. t
nmiw l uumi, vice rresiaenv. :
iLtfidON W. i"tT. Seoretarj and Actnary,
' -.. Offered by this Company are t '
-V It is a. National Company, ebartered by speoial
wvi vwii.nn! iowa ., , a
It has a paid op capital of $1,000,000. '
It offers low rates of Dreminm. - - '
It tarnishes larger Insurance than other Compa
nies lunno same money,
ll is definite and certain io its terms. - -It
is a home Company ia every tonality.
- It Policies are exemot from attachment.
There are no unnecessary restrictions in the Pol
Every Policy is non-forfeitable. '
Policies may be taken that will pay insured their
mil amonnt and return all the premiatns, so that
tbe Insurance oosts only the inter. st on the annual
Polioles may be taken which pay to the Insured
after a certain number of years dnrinc life, an an.
-anal income of one-tenth the amount named in the
Ho exra rata ia charged for risks upon tha lives
oi lemaies . . , . . ,
It insures not to pav dividends, hut at
.coat tbat dividends will be impossible. .
. JOHN W. ELLIS CO.i f
Cincinnati, Ohio, General Agents for Ohio, Central
ana noutnern Indiana. - -"
COX, WTKR ic C.,
Colu-nbus. Special Agents for Franklin, Liokinf,
Ul 1ICH .11, U 11! BIIU VII.BUUQL.IU GOIUlllVB.
peNT-oot32-deodiweowly . . .
.In .no previous year . has there
been such strong competition among
all the leading Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of thia country and
Europe as the present. At all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
they met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machine.
and the result was unanimously its-
favor of the Florence Xteversible
Feed Iocle-StUch ' Family ' Sewing
Machine. - It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
Sewing Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition TJni-
verselle, Paris ; American Institute
FairJTew. York ; New "England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
21. 1. ; the New York State Fair at
Buffalo; the Great 'Annual -Fairs
of New England, viz.: that of the
MechanicsAssociation, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks' Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded - it the " O OLD
Institute confers. , . -.i..r
- It would seem as if this succession of tri
umphs should be sufficient to eonrlnce orery
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the FLOKKUCE over sUl there sa
Family Sewing machine.
A written warranty is 'given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL SO at.t,
that is claimed for it, and should it fail,
will be taken back, end the MOKET KE-
TDKDED. ....... -. . -
Principal Offlci and gains rag, JTo. tS West
rurih Street, Cincinnati. O.
"-; H. KcCOMIGLL, Qeneral AaTWtt,
"'At the Ohio State Fair, which' cloed at Toledo.
Septo nber SSth. lPRfl, the FLORENCE received
the FIRST PRESlIUitloT the best Family Sewing
aiaemnes over seven competitors. ;
Send for a oircular. or call and examine tbe .Msj-
enines at tne new oaiegrooms.
91 East State St., Colsimbtnr, Ohio.
., . W. S. BROWN, Agent., 1
MS All kinds of stitohing done to order, and
austactien guaranteed. octxt-azmatawT&s
P." Y. HUNTINGTON tfe CO
BAN K ERS,
Corner Broad & High Sta.
COLUMBUS, OHIO. '
febe-dly .'";.' ' ... " '..
P. HATDSV. JOS. HUTCHESOH. W. B. BATPXK.
HAYDEN, IIIITCHESON & CO.,
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NO. 19 S. IIICiH SflflEEX,
lanto-dly-r . CelambnsiO.
MICH Alt, EALbT. CHAKLXS 0. BILLOWS.
.. O. F. L UTLKB.
HALTf, BELLOWS Sc BITLER;
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Is. SiedcSISMewtls Hlsrli St., ' '
(.Their satenetv Manufactory U at Us Foot of
MUM ,w, w- ... - , -
Their business traissctions, both Wholesaleand
Retoil, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. Ihey manulacture
PARLOR. BEDROOM, DININGROOM,., HALL,-AND
-' KITCHEN FURNITURE - t
t all alassas aad every desian of annerinv mrV
mansbip and fioish. Also, Cao-Seat Chain of
every aesenpuon, vv notesaie ana aetau. .
febH-deodlv . .
; ; FRESH FISH.
10. K. BESOI. . t ' -1 OBO. W. QUINK
REECE & QUINN,
( - .piALlaa-jsT ,
X HU S H F X BH,
- Came and Oysters.
Also, all kinrls of Country Produce, such as Bat
ter, Eggs Chickens, Turkeys, 4c,
No. W:Wt ' Brosdwaj,
."'' - "; .' cozpifsus. osio. t
The choicest varieties of Fresh Fish received
daily. SW All goods purchased delivered to any
pai t of the si' y fbii of ceabqi. Iootl3-eod6a
la 1 r -i
-a' Wsuits,' Fainal.
H Vatl I aar aa w
ijivpT t.CZ. . 1 " " iy s M SS Ar-"JAP'y'-Jlani.ouncii.tlaA.,
vary fasbional3 'W&"?Zf
OfKKA -HSJIJKE. .4.W-..V,'. j' .
John Ellslkb m..
Hr. E HMItMi ta annnnnn, tha 1. Hn,
Goores L. t'ox'f araat Hoaatanatar faatamhM
tilM "Hunpty Dnajpty." at tbe Opara Hoasa.
ri-aseason of six maata oalr.- Tbis oanrfai
ujuon is sum mnrrtaa ursjiKg TtMMev,aw
. and baa mi unai li n il awm oca i i.
brim fa 1 of f iasraoiM Nw SesDarK M.ohinZ
fa l of ijajsmaraoiM t
iHi,i.uu a rauuiiirmauons. uaaoina. u
ricas and 1 raintriirmB,innB 1 . : i -
0ritUfrtber notice, - .".W TV
; luuvwiua uurei qiasa rrlM saiiaai in the
Pantomime, in adduiaa-te the entireDramatia
m Hi-,Ioi Uenna.asOlewn: iae-.W Mioan
1 PmUloon: Harrv Leslie. HTi-irifSS:
Saraokaailambiaa'rVba trutxi (V.. :
Ueoutry, tbe famous and btautifal
-. wr- Km a -a" .a L
Arsslstell bT Hons. Henri t. Oiv i Maiar t. w'-i.
let; M'lla aiexandrina. Mils EllaShari.UHa Bel
lini. Uiss Battie atiaa. Miss Sarah Waatln
and Miss KeMy Waixel, and a full eerps ef Onvy-
pnees. ---awe, Tfrwt7nampionoirat"r of Aniericai
Mr. S. T. UoodriehviD tbaOrand Carnival Skatinc
Scene, For fall'paatienlars see daily prnersairaes.
-:- Box effiee onen for tha sale of Rimer! Km r a
Mo.B.'l,5ti 5i'v 1.trom 10 to M Maad 1FJI.
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SPECIAL NOTICES: ;,
It is tha only infallible Hair Preparation Jor
RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORICrLNAls
fill IID . un iiTin ii.ii .... , t " "
wuvn nu n m7 DVMUlUw 1A O . -
It is the cheapest pm)ratiori' erer offered In tlia
pchfioi as one bottle will last Utn'cer and acoompiith
mora tbaathraa battle af any other praparatiwu.
Uurtfeaewaris not aDva: It wilt ant at
skis as others.
It will keep the Hair from falling out.
It cleanses the Scalp, and makes tha Hair softs'
lustrous and silken. ''? f rv
OCR TREATISE ON THB HAIR
""' ' ''"' nittrra bt Miit,," "' ''
R. P. HALt A CO., Nashua, N. BProprietors.
For sale by all Druggists, i ". A,
july25 dltaw&wly-om . '
8TERU.iCi SIK.TEK' WABeT
- i t -in: L AND-1 ! -f : ' M r-. C5:1u
FINE ELECTBO.FLATED WARE.'
THE GORHAM MANUFACTURING COc, OP
PRO y ENCE. R. I., h Tine the largest mann
factory 1 Solid Silver Ware in the world, with
the most mprovad isachln ry, and frbsploying the
most ikillei labor,' are enabled to offer an un
equalled variety of new and beautiful designs- in
Dinner Services. Teav Services, and every artisla
speoially adapted for Holiday and Bridal Gift
They offer also tfatir well-known and unrivalled
NTckei Silver Eleolro-Plated WareT InTiSroirthe
hare introduced new pattern! of rs flrctinrS
Tha Solid Silver is guaraatetd to be of starling
purity by U, S. Mint assay. Tbe Electro-Plat
guaranteed to be superior to the finest Sheffield
ware, - Orders received from the Trade only, bu
these goods may ha obtained front asp6nrElt
dealers every ahere.
"GORHAM MANUFACTURING CO
- SaleBroom Kb. 3 Maidea Lane, N. T.
"Children's Llres : Saicd for Fifty
i.-. j. tL-KentsJi .
Thousands of ciildrett'die annually of Croup.
Now. Mothers, if you would spend, SO etntavand
always have a bottle of Dr.. Tobias' Veaetian Lin
iment in tbe house, yea never need fearloeihg
your little one when attacked with (his eomplaia.
It is now n years since I have put up my Lipinent.
and Dcver heard oi a ebild dying of Croup when
my . Liniment was used; but hundreds of cures
have been reported to as, aad aaast state if at was
S10 per bottle they would sot fee without it. Be
sides which, it ia a certain ears for Cuts, Burns,
Headache. Toothache. Sore., Throaty .Swellings,
Mumps, Colic, Diarrheal Dysentery, Spasms. Old
Sores and Pains in the Limbs, Baek. and Chests
No one otice tries it who is ever without it.ItU
warranted perfectly safe to take inlernally. Full
directions With every bottle.1 Sold by the lrfg
ctstaand Storekeepers in the United States. DeJ
pot 10 Park Place. N.T.' .: ; ... ; " .it
.fiov a Jiecline is Prodaced.-
Pure blood makes us well, bad blood makes as
sick. Vapors trcm poorly, digested food ia the
blood areeondensed a pen the various organs aad
serve to make tbem grow or repair their wastes
Organs made with a greater ox lesser, proportion of
such materials cannot be sound. If tbe bad eon
dition of blood continues but for a few days or
weeks the body will be tnt of sorts; and if it eon'
tinuer, the whole of tha body will in time be re
newed with impcrfeot blood, and the health had;
it is in a decline popularly called a consumption.
Now Brandreth's 1 ills penetrate the whole mass
ef blood, causing the expulsion of impurities'; the
body feels relieved from a single dosa what then
may by expected from twenty? By continuing
their use the whole of the blood fh time Deoomes
purified, and tbe body reconstructed from good ma
terial, the decline stopped, and a new lease of life
secured. Principal offioa. Ukandkstb Hotsb.
New York. Sold by all druggists. (
iunel6-d&wlycm-reKT ' '"-
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DY
JK '0artws owe a thousand graces;"
Improving Natuts n6 disgrace is.
So, as gray hair don't pleats the eye,
Use CRISTADORO'S MATCHLESS'DTK.
Cristadoro's Hair Preservative.
Striking, stitoundiag,' are the Effeots prodaatd
by Cristadoro's Hair Presatystiye and Beautifisr.
Be the hair erer so wiry, eoarse and unmanageaile
by brush and comb, in one week thia articl - will
render it flexible, lustrous and inclined te earl , ,
t. SJd by Druggists, and applied by ail Hair Ureri
ars. Manufactory No. so Maiden Lane. Principal
Depot No. 6 Astor House,
ianeW-dAwlycmrefrr' - " "
Chevalier's Tresttlae am Ike Hale
free to all, given away at the Drug, Stores or sent
by mail free. This book should be in every bouse
It teaches to cultivate and have beautiful hair.
and restore gray hair to its original color, atop its
falling out, and remove all irritation or uandru
Irom the scalp, thus keeping the hair Beautiful to
toe latest period of life. ...
SARAH ACHEYALlEK. K. p., r. )
nov 17-eodlm-J WT . 11W Broadway. W Y.
A Plmwman. while reaiilina In South America
as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple rem
tw for the Cure ef Kervana Vt aakaess. Early De
cay. Diseases of tbe Urinary and Seminal Oncana.
and the wnoie train oi disorders pruugut am oy
baneful and vioious habits. Great numbers bava
been cured by this noble remedy, frompted by a
desire to benefit the afflieted. and unfortunate. I
will send tne recipe ior preparing ana wing uig
mediai'e. in a eeaied enyeiope, to an pna.wkr
needs it, iiu or chabos. Address. , i
-1' ; Station D.Bible House, New -iork City.
oet23-dAw ' -' ' '
Ds. A. B: will la Mo. West Broadway, nesr
JIgh street; Colnmbus, Ohio; haa "devoted himself
. . .nr. n t .Mr, n t h . r B,m Afwr...
nwaiswn. oemay oeensuitea at nil omoe
,y3tr,,"thJMkBJ, M, .f , ,
" MVWO -i Another Set Meairml
. JJ Pmphit from.- tk ptmnf Da. Curtis-.
Th'l'Mediea. Urn an if hi. nrV "ft,!?
valuable treatise on tbe cause and cure of prema
ture decline, shows how health is impaired through
secret abuses of youth and maubood, and how
easily regained. It gives- a -elea synopsis .of -the
impedimeota to marriage, the causa and effeots of
nervous debility, and tha remedies therefor." Aj
pocket edition of the above will, be forwarded ea
receint of 15 coots, by addressing Doctor CUBTia .
i. w iiuna taarios au-eejb paiiiaiora, aio-. , .
cpa mayi-dly-r " " , 7-. ( ).
MANHOOD 'AND THE TlGOtT SJFf
iUli lH restored in four- weeks, sbneai
guaranteed. DR. RICOKD'S ESSENCE OF LIKE
restores tsahly powers, from whatever eaaae ari
sing; tbe effects of earlr pernicious habi's, self
abuse, impoteney and climate, give away at once to
uia wouuoriui nouiviuo, 11 imaea regularly accords
ins to the directions (which are very simnlA ,nj
quire no restraint from busioess or pleasure.) Fail
ureis impossible. Sold in bottles at ai, or four
quantities in one for9. , To be has en ly ef tbeanle
appointed agent in Amerioa. : XL, (rSiuxuii, Sox
becoid.Ave.. New Xotk.... . , ... 7 , '
BAXC H ii IO K'S - BalM.PtKthii
aplendid Hair Dya la tha haaA Am tK A ?.
the only traaaad perfect Dyei harntlesa, reliable'
instantaneous ; no disappointment : no ridiculous i
tints: rnmnjliM t)i .in -tt-r. r I :
orates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, kiaci
or brown. Soli by all DruggisU and Perfumers :
and property applied at BstooeWs Wig Factory
auw a., iwb r,i aprso OISWIT
A Am and delicate skla, free from eTery bleavJ.
feh.iithe-rewardof ah occasional use of Parmer!'
Vegetable Cosm'sUc'LoUou." " ie'pI-diiwiWcir
S in JMijui.i'jii.a.