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NOVEMBER 23, 1868.
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nl tramirnt tdverHmnU WMt b paid for t
tMaae.Ueyr e.e!ret. I
lli ii rli uria .
-Xjtf, Architeot, Ciril baciaeer, Aa. ' ' 3
vViEoe over the Aaliooal Exchange Bank.
BBASEK & NAKfl,
... ,f XTtMitiK 1 8 AT LHW; -1 f
Office. lip. 69 bgutb, Hih .treet. Jumbo Baild-
B,t aibiex o; BULL..
ca ,i ATTOESkl-Al'-LAW A MAVOR, ' !
i ,''-' i .' .-- " " ' MAyr 'Office.
uiJi. AtTWEMK V-AT-LAW A Notary Poblio.
Uffioeaa Fara-a'a Boildinaj.
" ATT0FSEVS-AT LAW.
aul)aioel-l .-oath bigo itreet. Am boa Bnildinc. ;
lT 'ti. BEAt, -1 - - ,
J rwMnr and Dealer in Bail Eitate Bouse
.BaldUooiU,IJIaUiiiis aod Notioua. :: - i
- So. 7 YVtxt Broad street. ;
"VT barber. and Hair Jlreaner. Hot and Coli
Batkft 4iA8eiMDt roacoffice if lldfni. I
BOOK; BINDER.,, v .!
O Book Binder! Blank fiock Uanafaotarers;
. rnnters and fubiisbers.
Opera BniHing. ;
k-M. BOOTS & SHOttS.
. ' T 144 Souta iiiea. street. J ut reeeirad. aa
-'Cleiuurtjusortinent. Jt ttles low prices.. L-
I C INI" Oil U AVW.'S .
'XV Is the noted house - for good Boots and Shoes
sai ton prises.', new duice justreeeiTea-
)T .i, -:- ..rw; joa -X3' Sooth Uurhstraei.4
h COAL PEALERS.r
Jt Dealers iMiltsbargfc and OhioOgal. Also.
Xoks, i)ram Xilaaud sioneeiewerfipe.;; : - .
-" r N.28lAoith Hiiih street. .
t COMMISSION MERC HANTS;
- rti'VM sv. sum
-AL lumuji.-jnen. r or ssxcuox and rrerte.ee Mer-
)hiil4 aeateraia urain, iour. at, W. Broad
street. . .
' .1 J ' 1 i" '-
. . B. BSAIJ.".tO.:Jl;., a. '
iXs Manulaoturer aad.4Maler infrenoh, Qer
'xuaii and' American Corsets. , Alsu, U ."kiru. .
-. ; 4 ' ' 181 ipera rXoune.
e .-a j i
crockery,. &c. :.;
:X1r 8a, KL,YW!. "
. I- i:,W halMAler-ad - Retail Dealer lot China,
jQueeisaare, lpuads,U'iatsl bloods , Laupeand Lamp
rixiures. 4 North tiixn street.
KJi 'linporter and Wholesale and Retail Dea'ei
ta Ooessery. Cbina, Wts, CuUer. Fltei Ooods.
LflU4 impt, AO. -1 e ' at -
S59 tSoatb QUh street. .
... M ...
Nn. lit Kt Kmul itMrf. -
"We aim to be thsJes.., -- .1,r..,s.,
t- W sssjhn DENTIST.-Tb beit styles
of Dentistry, idoludins; Llano's lmprore
Mineral Placed AJaioe, Maiid II Opera Block.
ions, Uarpete, Or
Cluohs. M at tings, bbadecr. tlau,
QonMr'lxiab ana) VrieAar streets.' 1
.Caps and son.
a :JsBwBM '. o. , "
sr ,.,f.". e. -- U4 Booth Hi;St street. '
Carpets AlatUits.OiiJJoUia.Ciulains, bta leand
Fbpc. iyljootls. . . ...... . . , -
Wholesale and Retail Dsalers in Staple and
taney llr; Croods, and atanutacturers of Ladies'
Cloaks. mrj. Hia-h reet.: '
iVtTA'l'la '. sttk 1UUA! lUUbr . ,
-'F.J.rtte A Jo'.. cash dealers in Ury Goods and
&Atna) Uas atb i-uartn street.- j . .
J' a.-ltfl''"- ' ''I 1 ' '"'I' "IJ '
2t inMiivn,,. . .....
boleale' and" Retail if a)er in Dry Goods,
jNanxbtoa itaaUtkoav 1 Bb -12i Koath' rtich
staget..h ... itoi-fi.ii :!i : ..- i r'.: .'n- ;
AjL Dealers in staple and fancy Dry Ooods and
Gents' famishing Cood, No. 6 ieil Uoaoe.
OAAaAAAiaJratAt Ac v-- - -v.--.
L. ? LJ? I I I.' , 1 1
T-IWff I" r.iuiy-jiEf mmnm.
Ao. vunoutd nixn street
C. AA..A A4viL not i;ti., --
x'oreicn and Uomeatio Dry Goods. Cloths,
tea fc5fboth High street. "-
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..... .jyufl tj. BUfiKBta. ,
-- -J i Jrtjiorth High street.' ,
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W UOLbSALG A KbirAlL. DKUUU1919.
ixat AjnniAA A-ak at iu.t -
JL W itotea&le .nrl U. ..I I :.., ri of a anil llulpy
i n froprial MeatctueA c t
r aa iiorui rues aisve&
-a ieaugnara.-coisraxara ana raotub
rial aikl.ouiet seals augrawed to order i . kfi.
OIAiliJiasUa)JAittlii'r JO.f 1
atanafaetarets and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ersin t uioilore. Oiiaire,-iattraaes, etc.
n-i ! - Stf. Ml Homo- Uigti St. cOpera Uonse).'-
. - . - '- - . i , 1 , t1-
sa in.arl t MVtlH a-' t;U..'' ,
u.niifiAiiinrinl lirBtalaAa t'nrbitnre. "Whole-
sala-ana Jteuil" alcxooius. 6, I and a UwjBbt
Blodk.' -.. a"1' .
"xl6USE V FORNlSHxNG.-
Lisb-sjealer. ts klaMlM . itti,ni and House Knr
nian-tBalioMsi'- Also, Tin. Cupper and Sheet Iro.
W are.r' 17 tast I'owii' .treet. .
AMttOia Ik nVrWAataV ''' "M "' 'iJ--'
a hoase JfaraUbitig o ds.' Mantle. Orates,
Copper. Xin and bfcoet Iron, Htovesaud Mantles
W Oontb Hiith street.
a ftTOI. A1.0MtVtIJliy.' ! - I
2V , ileal errs W Hardware, noewe famishing Goods
sisrswaaa oa vi.w., ot Tea. Hot All
ureases. Ao. ; riorth High street.
yHQOP SKIRTS. 'r
-a " AAESuja.
Jjia.liUnoiaBrsraBd Wbolsrala Dealer in Hoep
bkirlaand Uoraets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zephar
a nd Fancy wooai xw Donia niaa street.
a j-ti j .u ...... .
BUSINESS DIE!CCf GEY
HOWE SEWltG MACHINE.
e Dealer in MnVical Merchandise. Boors. Sta
tionery and PaeVy Goods (enerSlly. Special Aaent
for the celebrated fciiae Howe Gold Medal Hewing
tlaa.hineM , .Sn.i 8uth HisS ataewA.
HATS & CAPS.
4 at Ifl .ITI1.A Hs? . . O '.. J
IX I (Sateessor tot. LaaP Dealer ta Bssi Caps,
Kurt and btraw Goods boutb Him street.
,.- ' . ISin Unlden UaU
IN - 'f v Opposite Depot."1 ' 'i J
J-H. DAVIPSON. Proprietor.
I lAI'l-fcO SI tTM-HOTELi
Cower iUgk gnd Tows stresta.7
. J. BLOUN I'. Proprieton
ZfcTTLKH HIIV1E, .
Corner - Koartb A Friend sts Commodlons
boas sad ttxtensiT stables i : -
la. A. HUVVtKS, rTopnetor.
OIrKCrCtJT BlDTTJAt, I.ITK "
vy sarance Company. Assets, 1H,' ea.eso.
t. . ,WM. JAMISON, Aent,Co)auibus.O.
NEVKIKK A 911 LTEMBCRCIEKi
GEN tllAL AGENTS Seearit Life insnranee 1
Company. ;-.f, ' : Wo. 6 Opera House. ;
1XSUALANCK COflM 4F
HL Columbus, O..
aoital and Asaata. SaUX14.x7.
W.C. Al.bAKEK.Heo y. . . .;
. r. . Office. Nos.tAT Opera House
C ,.-.. MimiTAtSnSt, ,a
" Wholesale and Retail M Ilinery Goods. ' i
181 ft. Hub street. Opera House Block.
IIUs.A.UWiVNMU. , , ., ,.
a I iu.i:. ti : 1 1 : k;t . 1. 1 T-:
mines. K 67 Surtb. Hi'h street, . i
a .as. wnjitiCf
u a Ileal
ler in Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trl Ba
nd Fancy Goods. 130 foutb Hkb street.
MERCHANT TAILORS. '
CHiiHArniem a aohllcbek,
I Uerebant Tailors and Dealers in Stents' Fnr.
. ... - na.ua Bortn tiign street.
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also asent for the Diamond Mhirts.
. . ttt boath flixh street.
TH K O M 1 4 "I B B C f I a fi T T A I VO K I N O
-A A OL01 HlfIG CO.. 185 rr. High St. GefiU'
suits made to order,
Scady-made Clothing al-
TOH 11 BlCKfiBitHKK, j
.-Merchant Tailor and Dealer, in Clothing and
MVar rarnisning uooos. . .
v -.- 'o. 61 North Hijh street.
IOH UnTfK, - , . .. - .
- MKKCHANT TAILOR. 1W Sonth High 'st.
Cnice'stock-of 'Clbthing cofattanBy on haad.
News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South Tilth street, nexrirsor to Postotiice.
JL? Mews Dealer, BooTtscttef, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Ensign.
yr, 1 ..ft 't.; 31 ySouvth Hub strait.
r - PaPES. WAREHOUSES.
A StiwteWir, rEhKT SV C 4V n.
IX Janufsu.turers and Uealara in U'riljns. Frirra
log and Wrapping Papers, Kg 95 North High at.
S. tl ot nil KRs, ' . ' ' , -
: iDealerMa Printing, oo, WntiBg and Fink
Papers 3fe,gg A.40 Aurh nigh street,. v( Mn.t
Mi-- "fhotogkaphHjs. .
3j1vVt-. 1 "iii- . 81 o h HHb street.
rl . pHUTunuAPUi
PHVTOGKAPHiiB,. W SK Uixh street.
Pictnrea made in every style nd sixe
, 'ii .Si A
D J.1RCHEK, -
Phetugraphs, Ambrotypesl 'GeSns.'ete'. ete
K u. 3 South Ujgb a,K.eek
: A .A
MaaWIs, nX. D.
J -jNo. 3 Opera House. Treats J)iseaesflf the
eye-, tax. Heart, Throat and Lungs, Also, Diseases
ot Women aad thildisa. aj; , ,l.,hv. i,-.
t .l V.
r'-F. fAKI at CO., - - '
J . Wholesale and Retail dealers foi Lights) g
Co. s and JUainet. A Bro.'s PiauOs. Also, Organs.
slBtodeoas And other musical ihstraments.
t . M North Migb atreot.n
Si Airent for (JhicRennra anfl Kmrnnnnn' Pi-
anaMkV Also,' Organs, Jklelodeons and Sheet unsicl
'.j :. ii'x a bonth align tHrset.'
Coiner btate and Hich rtreets. ( : . j
' , , CiiiRLKV JVkB, Proprietor. :,
VET HA StWinli JTIAC4llSiE, .. ,
fV The best in the Wdrld. N. 1 and J Ooera
House. . - -i- W. F1MMKL, General Agent. 7
'WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
l. UlISBlU AtV,
IJaau Dalen in Fine Watches.
No. 11 kaat Town
vjl bticeessorsto Wm.'Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s, Jewelm, buvei Ware and Spec-
tades. . No. 3 eil Houfe. . . ')
7I ,A. & A. s.E'QIIfr.KsiliX, ,.
P Wholesale and Retail dealers tn Walohes.
Clocks and Jewelrr. N, 71 South High street. ,
AKC'tiorr UKUS. A tu., ' ,"
V) boleaale Dealers in Dry Goods and Jiotions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Bluck.Town street.
DbKU. JllMJI ACU..'.J.t.
LV Aiaan restorers and W holesale Dealers in Bmtr
and bboes. No. x Gwynne Block. I own St.
Bauk i Notice.
NOTICE IS HI HEBT GIVEN - TO
. all'whohi. it may eonoernr, that the City Bank"
organised and carryina on business as an indepen
dent Banking f-ompany at the eity of ClrTeland,
Ohio, under an act of the Gei.eral Assembly of the
said Stale of ubio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Bankins Com
panies," paased February x4tft, 1845. being desirous
ut relinquishing and olueina its Banking busiuesn.
touatega has -in pursu.noe of tbe statutes of the
xairi .-tut. of ihlr in annh nu md n.irf and .
deemed mnre tfasn ninety per sent, of tbe maximum
unoaaiuf ataeiroulatiag notes, and aelirered the
same to the 't reasurer ot State of tbe said State jf
Secrets and Aaeit t of state f eaid btteW--j
Ohio to the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of tbe National City Bsnk
of , leva i and. at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Doua br order ot the Board of Directors of the
Ultv Dans oi viereiauo, juir am, inoo,
swas. LEM U hL W 1CK. President,
yll-dltaw6m r, , . . , .
nwi -"BANK OF COMMERCE.' '
CLKVICX. AMD, May Hi, 1868. (
NOTICE IS HEBEHTCIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the lata
l'ank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
tbat "after tbe expi-atioa of six months from this,
date, application will be made to the Aaditor, Sec-1
rotary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Uxnk the st. sks deposited to seoore tbe outstanding
circulation oi aaid Bank in pursuance of the fort
6 rat (411 stciion of the act to authorize Free Bank-,
lug, passed Matoh 21st. 1851. '
w v JOSEPH FERxCINS, President -.
B. B. HcELBiT, Cashier. maT5-d6m 1
v The Sisters of m. Marj't;,
r THE S r KINGS. HECEISIXI or
I Somerset, Ferry county, will npea their large
and soacious building fur tbe reraptionof pupils on
t4 fcrat Monday iu St ptember, iat.8. t or board and
I uilion. $75, 80. 886 aud (80, according to the de
partment ot thepupiV ! ( f bit. BOaK, Sup't.
i Addrets Box S51-' 'l - - aut3-dif
S. ' S'-PINNEY'3
ANClNG ACADEMV IS K0W0PE5AT
' ForiuTeni.es, Saturday afternoon, from 1 to S
u u Gentlemen's evening class at AM BOS
HA LU Md n- ' ,oe ' M- lt
,,FOK SALE. .-.
A ' PAIR OF"JOK GODWIN"COLTS, FIVE
A. and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
ld l0W'l"CHABD KEVINS.
Important to Liquor Dealers.
The following correspondence will ex
plain itself : j
U. S. INT. REV. COL. OFFICE,
FOURTH DIS. OF MARYLAND,
CUMBERLAND, Oct. 31, 1868.
Hon fjf A, J&tflinsr Conmitsiegier of
j3tteiUVtHue, VVashtngfoH.'-U. U.:
Sir: Will yon please inform me
whether it is required of persons having
in their possession and intended for
sale distilled spirits in packages of five
J gallons or more, but less than fifty gal-.,
ions, to nave the same gauged and in
spected and stamped under provisions
of section 57 t j
'- There are many retail liqnor dealers
(or saloon keepers) who have 'not the
quantity required to be returned on form
120, and in all probability , will , have
small stock on hand lstJDceVpbei-.ifrtia.
Would such be liable to forfeiture if
oot stamped 1
G. W. HARRISON,
OFFICE OF INTERNAL REVENUE,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4, 1868.
Sir: In answer to the inquiry in
yours of the 31st ultimo, I have to say
that while the "return called for by sec
tion 57 cannot be required from any pen
son who had but fifty gallons or less of
distiljed spirits in his possession on the
lstfrstant,lt ip aeVertheless important
to the 'iuterests of such persons that
their packages of such spirits should be
marked and stamped as prescribed in
that etjoniOUierwise, the spirits,
bfegjytitiiwi eitlaeT: the tax-paid stamp
or the Btamp for stock on hand, would be
in danger of detention under section
forty-one, and perhaps of seizure and
forfeiture under the provision of section
fifty-seven, for the forfeiture of "all dis
tilled spirits found" after thirty days in
packages of more than five gallons,'
without having thereon each mark and
stamp required therefor bvthjsacW rj
Section 36 wouW in. sichcpse Htyor
the burden of proof "on the claimants,
and as probable cause for seizure could
doubtless, in most cases, be shown to
have existed, the.e2peng&ABctjKilt) to
which the owraerJt)( tliaj gp.irtta i'O'llld be
subjected before he could recover hia
property would generally exceed its
It would be well to make this view of
the matter known to those in your dis
trict whom it my concern.
Geo. W. Harrison, Collector, 4th district,
Loaned His Name.
The following little straw, which we
clip from the Macon (Georgia) Tele
graph, shows very plainly how the wind
has been blowing on the political field
for some time, and what would have been
the result of the breeze in that State had
not the "blower been blowed:"
"There was a rusli rana .sjiout, ajij
and a hurrah, around the. txtll, .Tj-nteja-
day morning. The darkies went in on
the principle of voting regularly and
steady all day, each feeling that the eva-
pire wsrposi ml stytudre.xrlj'WM a
senorcomie.deep U-ageay asasLD:
"Many of the dusky warriors voted
two and three times, .boys fourteen
years old, who gave their names to the
judges as 'Dick,' or 'Pomp,' or 'Pete,'
attempted to put in ballots for Grant.
? What's your namesaid a judge to one
of these intelligent vdters. 'Barley,' he
replied, showing a row of ivory 'teef.
But what's your other name?' 'Dat's
Barley, too.' 'Havn't you got but one
name 'Yes, but da tole me to gib dat
name toanoder nigger, and 1 was to hab
Barley.' The judges put down Barley
for GranttbarcasiA but t)f reiierally
takes it nu a tnofer dignified tonaptf.
How He Proved It.
It is the custom in Mexico for the
church to require a foreigner wishing to
marry a native, to bring proof that he is
not already a married man. An Amer
ican about to marry a senorita of very
good family, was required to furnish the
proof of his being a bachelor. Not
finding any of his countrymen who
knew him sufficiently well to testify to
the fact, he determined to supply the
deficiency with the oath of a native.
Meeting Zfyic&njn.tlu trelirykom
man proposed to hiui that be should
swear to his being unmarried, for the
consideration of live dollars. The se-
nor, after a moment's study, told the
"Gringo," "Get down on your hands
and knees and creep about." Not ex-
-actly understanding what he wanted,
be obeyed, mucfr1 to the detriment of his
unmentionables. The other party then
cold him he was all right; that he would
wear that he had known him ever since
the time he crawled.
The San Francisco Bulletin has a
stojyTEasb-atrveiCtho'spU ivith Whifch
. theTafcifid Tafroaa is4ivrtlt ' ' V k
A few days since a merchant came
rlown to the city from the Eastern side
of the Sierra Nevada. Having bought
r Sierra Wuonrln
OI the CSlerra INeVaUa,
in extensive assortment of goods, he gave
lirections that they should be shipped to
'he end of the Central Pacific railroad,
wherever that should be, expecting to
. .:J ,lt . :k f luomin fill
llave a COnSbderaWrt JOP Ot teaming to nil
; in the SUV between the working end of
,r ira,'i rt. TT.
. the road and 1)13 place of DUSllleBS. 11 18
a lirections were obeyed to the letter; but,
i so his astonishment, on returning he
i round that the goods had been carried
' tbout fifteen miles beyond his residence.
In Hudson, New York, there was a
i curious;' bet made. Two titizeny g6t in
to a drstusion as to rfie chancesn
' that State, when the Republican offered
; to take $10 from the Democrat, and give
j one cent tor each vote that Hoffman re
ceived as a majority. This was accept
ed and the money put np. The Repub
lican then offered to take $5 and dhv the
DerhiicrrnleWoati'ry Toti iSai
Seymour should get as a majority in
"that State. This proposition was also
' accepted and the money put up. The
Democrat made over $zuu on an outlay
"How do you like'the looks of the
varmint?" asked an Arkansan of a down
easter who was gazing with distended
eyes at an alligator with open jaws on
the banks of the Mississippi. "Wall,"
responded the Yankee, recovering his
mefital equipoise, 'hts .ain'fc what yew'd
calLa. han'sonae critter,-but vLb's a. dial
1 of openness when he BmileB." . ,.Wj
"Let Jeemes Go."
' The Land 'We iwe snvesa' motiel
letter from a'yourig laiy' whcise sweet-j
heart was in the' Fifth Sooth Carolina
regiment, to. Mr. Diayis, 5 Pceeidont 'of
the; late poiifederacy, asking: for a fur-
lough for her lover to come home and
get niarri'ed. " 1 ' " " ' ' , f ' "
'Dear Mri -President I rwant you to
let Jeemea I Clancy j of. Company 1th,:
5th S. C. regiment, come, home and get:
married..,: Jeemes is willin,'. J- is rillin ,
mv mammy, she is willin,' his mammv
says she is willin,' but Jeemes captain,'
he ain't :willin " Now, 'wlieii' we'reJ all'
Willin,' ceptiu' -Teemes' captain, I think
you rnight let up and let Jeme come. i
i ll make him. go straight; ,back when
he's done got married and light just as
hardasever.' ' ': ' '"
' "Youf affectionate friend, &c."'! '
Mr.' Davis wrote- on the letter "Let
Jeemes go," aud Jeemes came home,
married the affectionate correspondent
of Mr.. Davis, and returned to his regi
ment, and did fight as well -as ever.
Dk. Gross, the justly celebrated sur
geon, was once dangerously ill. S hortly
after bis recovery he met one of his lady
patients they are not always patient
ladies who remarked, to him, "Oh, doc
tor! I rejoice to see that you are out
again; had we lost you, our good people
would have died by the dozen." "Thank
you, madam,'' replied the affable doctor,
"but now 1 tear they will die by the
A Horse Fryer has broken out near
Indianola, Iowa. The first symptom is
stupor; the eyes grow dull, ears, lop
over, the horses stand with tore-feet pro
jedting, the extremities grow cld, and
they gradually sink away and die. .The
appetite remains eriod to the last -
.Nearly alt horses feeding on a section
ot prairie tWA miles square have died. .
TN PURSUANCE OF AV ORDER OF THE
A Probate Conrt of Franklin county. Ohio. I
win oner lor sale, at pontic auction, on :.
WedaesdATs the S3d day of De
cember, A. 1. 180-,
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, noon the nremi.es. the fnl.
lowing desoribed real estate, situate in the city of
iuiuraous, county oi rranxun ana state ot V
Beinz tbe north half (TH Kl of fraatinn No. 3 and
lot Ao. 4. commencing 31J feet from the southwest
corner o! traotion number three and lot No. 4 m
South Columbus, aud from thenee north 78 deireaa.
cast IK7X feet to an alley; thence with the west
line of said alley north IS degrees. west 31 feet;
thence a westerly direction and parallel with the
first-live lc7M feet to the east line of Front street;
thence a southerly direction and ith the east line
of r nt street 31 H feet to the place of beginning.
ueuiE me norm naii oi saia lot no. in saia irao-
uod no. a '
Appraised at 1.3(10.
-Terms of Sale One-half cash in hand, and the
other one-half in one y-ar from the day of sale
witu inteieat, the deferred payment to be secured
oy mortgage npon the premises soil.
CATHARINE E. SII.BERNAGLE.
Administratrix of Adam bilberna?le, dee'd.
Wif L Hbtl, her Att'y. not21-dltw4w
-rWindow Glass Waretiouse.
BENJAMIN H. SHOEMaKEE,
.Vqsi. SOS, SOr, 809 Ac 311 IV. 4iU Sl4
' ; : ' ' rxroRTEB o 1
Frenoh and Enelish Window Glass.' -
Frencb Pl-te G a-s for Windows.
Frenon Looking Glass Plates. ' '
, Hammered Plale Glass for Skylights'.
' " " " Floors.
.Cnlnred and Ornamentavl-lftin'-eh Glass.. '
Flute I G ass fur Conservatories, "every eixe and
Bt the Original Case, Box. or Single Light.
Square or out to an Irregular Shape.
MISCELLANEOUS. Probate Notice---Settlement of
THR FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN
filed in the Probate Court of Franklin count.
Ohio, lor settlement and will be 'or bearing on
Tuesday, lle-emDer ism. A. it. icon, to-wit:
- The first account of John Lisle, executor of Per
cival Adams, deceased; first account of Cstherine
E. bi.bernatle, administratrix of Adam Silberoa
gle. dece.eed; second account of Henry Rtdeno r.
adminiatr-.tor rf John Ridenour, deceased; second
accounts of Austin. Funk, guardian n.f Inarlotte.
Georse SV.. Edatard A. and Wesley H. Titnmons:
third accounts of Susannah Kramer, guardian of
Amanda, Samuel K. and Mary A. Kramer; third
aciountsot John rioumm. gusruian ot Absalom,
Abraham and Klisabeth Good: third account of A
f, Hanes. admini.trator of E- A. Stanlev. deoeas
ei; final account of A. W. Graham, administrator
of K. F. Maloney, neceased; final aooiunt of John
Van lorx, executor oF James Harris, deceased;
final account of K. W. Posz. cuardian of William
WeBtervelt; final ttecouotof Jacob Bowman, guar
dian of Leah G-md, and the final account of John
U. McGuney, guardian of LAura Medary.
JOHN M. PCGH.
Colambus, 0.. Nov. IT, 1863. Probate Judge,
Sherifl's Sale. .
Isadore Frey ) Court of Common
; vs : Pleas of t rankhn
Christopher Knee water et al.J county.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
I in tbe above stated case from said court to me
directed, I will offer for sale at publio auction at
tne door ot the oourt nouse, in the city ot Colum
Saturday, tbe 19th dav of December, A. D.
' . .- 183
at 1 o'clock P. M.. the f llowisi described rrnner
ty. to-wit: situate in the county of Franklin and
otate of Ohio, to-wit:
I Lot No BixtO) of John Short's subdivision of lot
If j. aln(9) of Robert Neil's addition to the oity of
lolumbus, Ohio, aaid premises eonveyea to said
Cbris'npher Kneewater by John G. McGuSey and
wife; by deed daed March suta. A 1). 1CST.
' Appraised at 240. ,
. Frinter'afeeaill no '
'. , GEO. H. EARHART. Sheriff.
. By J. S. Bci.L, Deputy.
J. G. McGup bt. Att'y. . -' '. -novlT-wtdAdlt
XTANCY DAVIS, RESIDING IN LEXIKG-
ll TON. Holmes county, Mississippi, will take
nctoe that Marshall F. Davis, of Franklin county.
Ok:. .1 : .1 An .kaC.K Am .( il.Ahu IflAD AI. t. '. -
petition in the office of tbe Clerk of the Court of
Common Fleas within and for said' county of
Franklin and State of Ohio, charting the said Nan
jy Davis with willful absence from the petitioner for
more tban tnree years ist pai and asainx mat oe
i. ar bedivnroed from the said Nanor Davis, which
petition will stand for hearing at ibe next t-rm of
said i:"urt, ana on ana alter six weexs irom ue
date of this not'ce.
MARSHALL E. DAVIS.
Spabrow A Wbioht Att'ys. oets-wSw
FOR ON t.
Licensed by the United States Authorities.)
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRT and FANCY GOODS. SILKS, WOOLENS,
COTTONS, CARPfcTINGS. BOOTS and
SHOKS. SILVER-PLATED WARb.
- ;. WATCHES. SKW1NG MACHINES..
To be sold at the average .price of tl.OO Eacb.
Our commissions for clubs exceed those of other
establishments, and our goods are warranted to give
satisfaction.. Clubs of Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from i to I00. New Circular
and full particulars sent free Is. ( LIM B.
i.s A la OC ajv.s in aaauvvvr auatun,
NOTICE IS HIKEB V OIVEX TO THE
bolders of the outstsoding notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massillon, and all others concerned
that in pursuance to tbe provisions of the 41?t seo
tioii of the cbarter of said Bank, that application
will be made to the Auditor. Treasurer aud Secre
tary of Stale to surrender the Bonds deposited to
secure tbe circulation of said Bank after the expi
ration of six months from this date.
i . I. STEKSE, Pres't.. -
-:- S. HUNT. Cashier.'
Uassillon, May ta. 186S. ; . , ' , u5-w6m
DR. H. C. HELMICK
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
tbe treatment of diseases of Females. There
are many ladiea in every community who areaffliot
e'i with what is toru.ed female weakness. Dr.
Helmiok has discovered a remedy that is warrant
ed tJ cure the most severe cases, no matter how
long standing. Ladiea can oonsult the Doctor at
hia ofioe or by mail, on ail diseases peculiar to theii
sex. The etriotestprUaoy observed in all cass.
Office No. IBS North High street, CJutnbut, Ohio.
A . LIVIM DEATH
TKe confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with Si,
reter, i uie aaiiy.- leeobiect of this article ii
not to remind him of
Il bis panes. but to sho
him how tobaniah them
I I ' forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in -
GERMAN , BITTERS !
. ' t : 'a . i i
And it is for bim to lay whether he will continue
to endure a living death. or to put himself in
sition to render life enjoyable. ,
Of theetEcacy of this matchless Teg-table stom
achic are to be foand in every eity and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its aT use. and eager to brar
testimony to its vir- Was? tues It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticularit ia not alcoholic
- For such constitution, and systems ai require for
,..u i.fiaw.HwiaiiuiwtiT iHuaiaai, ,
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finnaa rMtbinttini .if . .M.t
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Sacioni. in onoosing between tb4se two creat anti
otes. should be suided bv hia own condition. If In
a very low state from debiiity, the Tonio should b4
bis 8elec ioo; but in cases where the emergenoy is
Thousands find infin- AT ite benefit from tak4
ing each in turn. VabF There is no phase of
QuiKesaion. DtiKmsnees. nervous aisease or pnysi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnicn, singly or oomomsd, they will not effeot
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Rtrrth. Oat wiH of thm
merits wuich interfere wito eojo.Tment; cut it loom
and dospondencr to the wiaia; take a iirouger hold
ox uio aaa. ia saors, Doodme a .
Thronrh the instrnmentalit-r of th mnit Tv.wa-rf.il
and popular of all Tegetable iavigorants and oot-
noOFLAKD'S GERM4 BITTERS.
- ' H
Biliousness. Tttdlpestlnn. ftAnimtl TIjtKilltv ,.1
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in tne liver, tne atomaon and the
ooweis. are eraaioatea oj a oourse ot this great
Which not only combat! and conquers diseases that
have entrenohed themselves in tbe system, but
is tbe best known safetuard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits suoject them to the depressing effects of a
iose. unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids wuo are
Wirnout any special eomplaint, exceot a gradual
uociiuauun oi ouaiij strengm ani nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- f" T E R a fountain o:
vitality and vizor, as r refresnina and nil.
eratinz as a pool in the desert to the aand-sooreaed
ana tainting travelers.
Is coin pose I of the pare iaiees (or, as thfty are me-
aicinauy to rm ad. tsxtrxcti), ot KwK Herbs and
Harks, makins a oreoaration hiehlr eoneentratBii
and eatireJj tree from Alcoholic aa mixture of an
Is a eorobinatidn 6f atl the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, eto., making one ot the must pleasant and
agreeable remeaies ever onerea to tne public
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com-
plaint. Jaundice, Dya- I pep.ia, Chronio or
Nervous Debility, las Chronio Diseases of
the Aidneys, and all diseasas axis ng irom aldisor-
oerea liiver or atomacn, .
' aa Consti
"' pat'on. Inward
Piles. Fullness of .
Blood to the Head,
Acidity f the Stomach.
Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fulinosa or Weight in the
Btnmach, bour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Hwiuimintr of the Hejad. Hurried and llifficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lyii.g Posture,
Dimness of Vision, I'ota or Webs belore the
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in tbe Head, ;
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eves. Paiu iu the
Side, Baoic, Chest, Limbs, etc.,
. Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flash. .
ings of Evil, and
They are the Greatest and Best
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver iu Older f Keep your diseative
organa in a sound, healthy eonditinn, by
the nse of these remedies, snd no disease will ev.r
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strons bv the nsa of either of theserent-
ediea. They will eureerery caae of MARASMUS
thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the bao is of tho proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 hose, ii will be
observed, are men of note and of auoh standing that
tbey must be believed.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PE.K3rSYIaTAiIA .,
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tea
1 HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vaoia. wiitas :
Philadelphia. March Is. 187. .
I find Hoonand's German Bitters" isa coodtoa-
io. useful in diseases tag of the digestive or
sans, ana oi great oen- a m ent in eases ot debil
ity and wantot nervous action in the svstetn.
Yours truly. GKO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES .THOMPSON,
J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennaylvania.
Philadelphia. April 38.1866.
I consider Hoonand's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in Oises of attacks of Indigestion or
Dapepsia. I can certify thia Irom my experience
01 it- a ours, witn respect,
JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
i . Philadelphia, Sert, 14,18(7.
' '"Hoofland's Germai Bitters" is a verpr uaeful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an appetiser. It is not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons of ail age. Re peotfully yours,
i sou. au w JAMJ-0 KySJj bAO WDEIT.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature T ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tne wrapper of WJ each bottle. All oth
ers are eounierfeit.
' Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631 ARCH ijTKEET. Phila
CHARLE5 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON 4 CO. ,
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle ... 00
Hoofiand'a Herman Bitters, half doien S 00
Hoofland'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 yon buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medioinea everywhere.
D&X UOODS. .ITlJJO-a
I'l if ; -T : irfi" nl
1863,.i.-i AUILMNs ,,i,1868!.
11. 1-1 - ' Ii ! 1 ...- Jli'i) it.iJ .H-Ili-I'j t'l
RIST, GRAY & CO..
ill-. 1 ; ' ! ' ...... ' 1 vui
, - ,, . in . -I ii."' vif
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street
c .-..!; -' . - r-. f.. h .Jii 1 i - ti !.; if-i'.-v j
WOTJf.U Tl VITE THE ATTEJITIO
ef Purohaaera ta Ahairf nnajinallv- mwtmntAn
krd elegant assortment of .. ,, , , . ,
:, , Extra Rich Black Bilks;. ii . .ill "'it (,;
, novelties in fancy Bilks: ,., A
V' Poplins and Krapress Clnths;111-1" '''
French Merinos and Cashmeres; , i
English and French Serges; " ' " . ,
. i Ohamelion Epinxlines; . . : i.mi'i 'ti
Rioh Lyons Cloak Velvets; ... .. .- .
Novelties i Plush Cloakinss;- '" ' '
, V el va teens for making Costumes; i
Astracban and Chinchilla Cloakinga;
rlnperb Paisley Shawls; - ' "
. . Caabmere and Broehe Shawls; . , . .
' Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sets; ,
; i Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' KidsJ i :
.Superior Wi ter Hosierr , , .
Misses' and Men's Merino Vests. J
I -'r 'ji' KiUii...; hi j-,-.; i "
MOST COMPLETE !
(a itHii- s Bwa ""iaa. '.'t" 1
IN . THE CITY.
"House Furnishing DrrlGooda;
ltl..b.t, U.K. U l.l .
bheetioxa. Lace C'urtaini'Towsllngst Aa,. 4e
ALL AT THE
VERY " LOWEST ' 'PRICES.
Merino Undergarments of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen. Ladies. Misses and Bora. Also.
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
GILCHRIST. GBAY A CO.
..-.'I a si
; : ;:..!.'.: ' . : 'i : - '
" ' TO Btr ' AT T,'!: '
. ..... .IT'i.1 -,-M
N AUGHT ON? SI
- : ' ft li l:.'-IIJ.'j l'l r
-'.: Ii't 'r.V , .! M (.': - - . Jk..:
Purcnatera of Dry Goods are bordlally invited to
,. oall and examine tha
i.E .W...: "S ,T OCR,
;,. .... i i;I ;.' '
i.; ii-i- ... .
; "DRESS GOODS ........
; FANCY GOODS.--
SB AWLS. ,.ei..r-
- ' '
iv.' litti: Si
JAMES ' NATJGrHTON,
: . . ' f . :
118 & 122 Sooth Hlg-ta Street,
. j I 'If, poiaa i rS
..... i , . . . , - . TT.- r
.. - ' ,i . . . i
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE !
; . THE OHIO ; ,
McrchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
JTO. 185 OPERA BOISE BLOCi.,
: . ; -. - I 1
i a srprnBPiF.w mtock of cloths,
ia. Cassiraeres, Overcosting and Vestrnrs-both
Foreign and Domestic, for fall and Winter wear...
; GENTLEMEN OF IASHI0N
Will always find both our materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mod. We shall spare
no pains in producing the moat elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found anywheie. - . .
1 a. -.- - 1 1'; I " 'I iJ
i - BEAtVT-MADE CL0THIN5,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
.. . : 7't:'i r.:
GENTS' FURNISHING. GOODS
In full lines, al wars kept on hand.
HENKY Mr ISn,, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer. , ....
' . W , G. PtKKS, Foreman. "
!octft-deod3m , ; ;i r. :.!
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
-'.,. COII)iTIIHT8, OHIO.
HATE JT178T RECEIVED THfc
larreat and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city-, oonsistinc 01
French, , -.. ... :
jvxAjliaala find . , ... t .
("or Gentlemen's wear, whioh lwlll sell at tha low-
ast Cash prices. - " '
Also Keep constantly on anaua a weu saieotad
Jock of ...... ..
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
juSS-dly '. ' aW rlowth Hiah straw. -
GRAIN . OF ALL KINDS,
OCR) WHISKIi arc, ;i
st Prices Paid at aJl times for
Barley, 0. eto.
f f i o.ii -
searWestEnd sINal'l AA at at Brtafsfe
Hub nint g,1 gasiToK
.-;: ii- e! i.iwatoajiDiujiiai b'tajIiJ
.rioiniita H at ti tkaaO jAgxirxO
.iwnnV ,JK nf sea Li.ii svgif TT
3.8 H lu )iJ:9uno' nl x'lioteai 'TiSJiO
t I i)j-i090 al t'''iul''i t'it JOMTJi)!
, Jnst received ndf sale by XOt
la'oD 7i--inlaS H at adl lo 4 sjhT
;!' a tiii 85oa!J::o iiiitu Ho jbT
"' Mr If ORTItO tesw nU
. nl e)i-,S -wrirf'jn a loa el :iwhT
C O L U M B U M-V
ii)j i irctii.-'l titan ' taWsT
"4 !l' b).:-)vai saw sL- it--' 'bT
Our stock eomprises a fall 1,1m ef,,
-f gflif ,rfsarO it lsvh t-.u-jeeilt aT
BOOk( '93' I'J bUa9
: tid "(lt:!l.r: i'tuuiO S9Aa!!
.b.-i tfhud asod
' .o! Writings 'a hauvt r.
I- irio3 trhdt i' Y "r'spT T,li,'
. no n i4ial t lJorl OOCWT A
i iTojeib ii'jsd ivs:1 s-;niui .1sh ba wiK
" TTsTh !idW oo I
! .!'itK-..-,'LJ!.1 "hi Jif 7firr"iV;- iBrT
WehAveafollstoskof,,. . ,
f, l'Hifan Hi 15AUJ xtKM JT
.Xii.ti Ui.. ")o It adl oositUT
Of aU siies and varieties, whl9h.Srtn aa aWlaraKtke
u t.-t .1! aniiu? '.r it..'a m J aagfeT "
.-'-:iri rl TVk!l-ol.n, ad ro toHb
lI a f..ci.l- r ni&iZ 9iu lajaaiaaO
.fa iiunrpassed in tne.lirbTuafibi loJ1
.J-qf at goiaoi sll K'i iuoilB'. bil.
frVTTI s.-jhMmrdi'JIl A IikxJa jffl TiaT
ni.x.'ie ns eJi'gv JLl'l'1.,:.r aif;ntii. bT
.TtBfosl ol wb
To fl acAowa waaay SUxaoml FIRi AJmarjtff
..t;oi Mti ao.tVFIi!JaT,l-T
Notice is hereby trivetf. that"!orfvteiTitvlveCii
tnatituted ;n the City Coamojl pf, Cslaubua-Tor
aaakihe tbefoflowiig rmproVemeTits, to-wit:
or gradins and . Pavini Ivjbanavad iAeavsms4
gutters and crossings on Third, street fronvfi ottkrr
street to North Pnblie Ja.a." .TiTW WfttTI
Alaofor repaying the sidewalks , on the east aida
of F rest street from iBe-aOTtfteeuvetornef' of t'ront
and Town streets toa Lpaiul.&Jml vtniC t4t
streetj ' ' 1 " .
Also, for (ravelins- Seutli SLreeAtfreai lxrt
street to Seventh street.
Also, for gradisg and grBewKM MM MiilrW
Maple street from High streoLtp Vater sireet.'y-
Alsew fo building b- douMf row flag Crossing
across Noble street oa the eaat atdwf bfigbaissus
Also, to survey and stake off South street from
Et JPy bjje lane to tba ealtecsX' tondary .tfitae
"'the satiee ba dowa taaewirwahce'Ath n&i&9
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil'. Kara
gin-er, and filed inthe office or the City terkr
All persona olaiming damages on eeeouat aCawtd
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of tha Crerh. :id writiaav ex mm
: before the tUth.gf.
To alt ataoim it may eoneon ; .
. -. i. CoLtrwBtra, t,i Cos. as, tUjt ii M
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings bava aissaja
instituted in tbeCity Oouncilof Columbus.for mak
ing the following improvements,to-wit: , . .
por grading theaortb half ot'- Parrs' street frfia
fiieh street to the corporation liue,-r,y .,.J
Als. for grading and paving the gutters and
gradiig end -graveling tbe roadway . aDd-'Siai
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
totheeast line ol lot No 16, r , ft tnaa si tI
Also for a double row flag stone pavement across
Mound street npoa the west sida of High etreej" at
The same to be done in accordance aiith, plats and s
estimates to be prepared by rhe Cit Civil Engin
eer, and, filed in the office of tbe Qiut Clerks owT
All psrsoaselainkiRgaahmgeSrm'irctfOunf or iafa
'proposed improvements, are tettBiredilaa-nwtbsjiti
claims in the ofiice of the 'Clerk, in Writing, on cr
betoiei the Jfiltarsnth dajlSol DeeemVer. A; IV '
L. E. WILSON.
:. lo alt ichom fi mat, 'conaems ,,1J, a, ,,)OTgri9
i CITT CLERBt'S tTFFlCE. t
i j ,.r - iCoiMB.D8,,0loW.aM4'v'
: Notice la hereby given that proceedrop bavebaeaT)
Institated in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following un proraaseattay So wit 3iIa.aal
, For laying a double row flag stone ccofsingacroaa -
i Center alley on tbe north side of Long street? "
Also, for building a double row flagv, crossing
across Soata Publio lane at the-west side of High
street. . i f4 j-vnj Mom .lacft
L Also, for hoildtng a double row flag cros;)ng
cross South streetat the wast sidwof rlisjb'straesT
. i The same to bedone in aocordanoa with plats anil it
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer
. and filed in the office of the Cits; Clerk. r-T
.. All persons elaimrn damages 6n ' accoont Tr said
' proposed improvements, are reqairs J kvaae thair a
. claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the il wenty-ifthay ef Deeemeer. A.
I nov13-dlUw4w .. .... rn wAt aaWT
7 . i , Jl -if Ahm'
I ,u-.lMP01tMB8 AWRAIM far'U5rtri'!iW
k, ' . iiiC"i.'J - I HI
"-rtl -'0 eiAl al bwl
Jl ) CaL.O7ISat a 91O10 A d 3l .vS
' ! -la a 'rl KII.TKR .d 9d
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