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j 7 f. BEaL, 3 ': iX- '' .101..-. '
J a Aootwacer and Dealer in B4M1 Eatoto HooM
, huM Uooda, Clothing: and 5utn.ua. , .
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BATR ROOMS.
'J lLOUIiii lUAtEK.
KX barber and Hair OrWer. Hot and Col i
Bath. Bairauient ioauffioe ii ildin.
, u, uiROOK" BINDERS.'
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BO OTS &1 SH0 ES.' ,-m
law ii Ii ' i - i1 i iia ." " i r. i-i' i-iiii
LT. WltLIAIBk A 4Jtj. ,j
144 Sontn men street. J uat seeeired. aq
a wecaBt aaeortmenV Hew
r atjiles'low nricea.
.taiea-irtmiallu sj -. .ad;..... r . ' i.i. .
Will
I the noted house for (bod Boots and Shn
pi itiuwanev new otooji juitreoeiTea. ,
In' aoth High street J !
n CSOALij DEALERS.-'
nOKllStiON 4fc CO,,,..,,.!
. ;.L--'i;-,-i 1 1
hloRnaT." KlaiL
-JX-Dealer in frMetrargh and Ohio Coal.
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone cse ver Pipe. , t
,(-;.o7'j yj ..No.Wl Ncith Huh street. .
COAjmsSlON MEJCttA4NTS: ;
edrrr bv-Ct -fc HUM, -; -!,t; ' ' '
irti.e -.tontutiMsion. i orardinr and rVocaee Mer-
ebimtsdealera u.oaui, t'luat. KJ W .tiepad
CORSETS.-
ib
fl.J'l I' 11 Inn. n L ' IB ' "1 H.T n j
-eiTii-J4 WJliia,W , -.;;, i
AJfa Maniilaisturen and Dealers in frenoh. Gor
euauanii Americau corseu. Also, U-Aff ."-kicta, ,
.ui't: -tn-rt I-". . 1 "1M .Upere, House-'
CitOOKERY &c.'
a.i!nVV . fci.ly f,- -.( t- J i
Mrlli Wholesale and -Retail Dealer in -China,
QneenSKare, tilass, 1'iatea Uootle, luipsand Ljb
' Thttwes.---J-48 Nuri.tt HiKtt street.
'VH":ri ft A A-;-.-- -
.ZhVle Itaeerter and- WTiolerole and Retail Dea'ei
in Urockerj. Oouias ttfi,t;otler, flaied Wuede,
Coal Oil iiups, Ao. v. .... - .
- 350 South High street.;
3 y n ni -dentistryt? j q i
WAttMfcU 4k ITIJJlilir.U, .
"' -" t9.-u Cast Broad treeti
We ai!e stle.i.i : :..;. .. i i
.'V'UUrUli. liKNTlST. Th h..t .t.i..
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r.itefaUJlie.4Jttie,nd It Weera tfloca. )T -
w aaeasaaVBBVaBWaAaaaaBVaVaBTaaas
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DRY GOODS. ;
.TiljllCiiT L
In Vei'DtaleTS in Dry Uuoas. N6tions."Crpetv Oi
Clbtbs, Meuingn. -phaaeg. rlits. Cape and Cass,
..wnefiisiaaiJtrieiirt ittreeM.-. f : -i i
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141 fltnith Hirb krmit.1
Uaroeta Idattlnas. Oil CluLuti.l jirtrnkb. U m...
Farcy Dry Woods.
tifli -M' holesele and' Retail Dealers 1a Staple and
jr-ktmcx-f Uuoda, -aiid aanui aetorer of ijaies'
rCLiKa, .. . . maUign , rW.
.;l. tftti l'M A 4 i ataak 4Ma Aoike.
r . rain a,
J;JyH ne. lett south
' Krum 4 Co., cash dealers iaDrj liuods.aaa
t roartn street. ' . i
in i"H
, : I jairsKv-n4aesi vsi -z-; -t
O Wholesale and Retail U.aler in Dry GoodV,
Kaogntyn 4uuuin(. jjo. no ana ixe ooatn uisjo
; . itneet.i'. M -it. 'A i.hJ .A iuir.
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- IV - Deatenr in sta'pl and FancyDry "Goods and
Gents' t urmshing (uud,, o. A eil House.
i stoUlvla.t.A k At (Jw.f
,,U Aleaiare in titasie and t'aucy Dry Goeda, '
miiv-T ' - ' ' .- Q"Whtiihtreet !
erei
o an -Detnerti'e ry Goods,-Clothe,
' T'-reirisese.
AlSltiuuth Hig-hstRst. - :
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in. DRUGGISTS.-
I ftiatiuiiv
I :fW-aj
Lf, .. JUltN -a. kilo-CRTs." 1 ' ' I
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UA WHOLbS
HOLbSALKA Kb 1'AlL DRUGGISTS '
1 A HMeotte,aigttaUV'iP''us.U.i
1 'LlMab. MtttCii a: Ct.4 .1 .A i
i - AJ, WeiUeaieand Keueol-DraggisU, ad Dealer.
" aatTSBsnetary aleeiemes, ' -" ' I
w J- -' i - ) . . . 84 florth Jlifh street.!
-ENGRAVERS-
; tv av es-mrwueeaj, ti ..- f t. r f
u Ak. lOesui nan, Kosrav era and Fthluri, 1
44
a-ifial aaeVaeaec seals Baneetorder.-- . 1 ,
- -n- oa,WanetluPooa, Uigk street.'
1 1
A ioLtrnrtitla CA4llSK r to..
J Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
rtin e'ui niiurd, CbairS, Wat trasses, etc, , ,
-1 -' -Ao. Stoi South High fit. iopera House). i
JrAMIttCCstaiXEJlfciJO- , -
U tl.nntaAtnrersol hrstclass Furnitnre. Whole-
ss'SiSataiWareaapsua, 0, I s Uwjsut
Block, "-v.,. . .
itp vkH AtTW pKTTTJMTSnTXrn :"ii
!4VK Ak,tt L." ,V l
."Jile l)esler,io Mantles;aurea.and House Fat
.piauuguuotte.AUOaXiiulopper anu oneesiroi.
,'Waro. j . ... ,, r; j J7 iiaal Town .treat, j
;'XttBH9 ti VVAHtV"i " ' ""';.''"'
House Furnishing Uojk. ManUes. Grates,
Copper, Tin and bneei Iron, Stores aud Mantles
. - . . . mo South High street.
. A TJlhl AIAWH AAlUtl. .
'jCV Dealers in Hardware, Home Furnishing Goods,'
sarnie ana oiate aienuee. urates. Kt, vm- Hut a
)fatuat,te., So North High street.
AiU.i.f i'nMApi CT?TT?T '
& I t eUvVi. hUAXAl wA-aJs ,4
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-AV klauufactn
turersTid Whoterale Dealer In Hone
.uitiMiuMOj)ffMtj.' A Ine. Sealer in Hurt it, Kmi,-
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HOWE . SEWING
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MACHINE.
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a.
4XTE1X,
Oi' Dealer in Musical Mercbahdlse. BooVs. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods tenerally. Special Agent
for the celebrated Eliaa Howe Gold Medal rlewing
Machine.- ' No. 6 Sooth High street.
..HATS & CAPS.'
MRS. VI. IS. liAtJFt ,
(Successor to E. LauO Dealer in BAis, Caps,
Fus and Stsaar Goods 80 hoath Hieo street,
t. wi. jl (Siao AloldesaiaU
HDTELS.
rVTATIONAl, HOItL
i.1 Opposite De
Iff ft
rs j. 11.
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VSONrTrrieteri.
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UftlTavU HIATUS HOTEL, .j . ;
Corner High and Town, streots.' LS -
. J. BLOUNT. Proprieton
ZfcTTLF,B HUV1E,
Corner fourth A Friend sts. Commodious
bouso end extensiTe stables. - " - " "
Li. A. BUWtKS. rtopnetor.
NStRANCE.
COMNKO riCfJT JtVVVAls LIFE
surance Company. Assets, $18,100,000.
Wl. JAMISON, Asent. Columbus. O.
NEWKIRK 4r jniTENBEHGER,
GfiNtRAL. AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Company,
No. 6 Opera House.
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TTOHsS -1NSUKANCU OUHHMlIM : F!
XX Columbus. O. - apitaland Assets, tttBJSUJClJ
VtVC.M.BA!ER.Seo'y. -A
Office, Nos. (AT Opera House '
, VMILMNERY jGOODS.
NliU.no.NS,
ilesate and Rets
Vj 'Wholesale and Retail M-llinerr Goods..
' f' U:L. . I 1 1 UI..L
ll rl. Hich street. Opera
MK. A. IMIWKINO - :....!..., ;
Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods andTrim
Dinss. Ko. 07 Avrth High etreet. -! '
r ' ' 1 T VJI.J i . ., H". . " l"- '
Jll. WILKIC,
a Dealer in Millinery. Press and Cloak Trim
mings nd Faney Goods. 130 South Hmh street.
MERCHANT ' TAILORS.;
PC
O" Merchant Tailors and Dealers in iieota' Fur
nishing Uoods, - ' - , j . . . :
n o. oh norm uig a street, j
c.
W . N IS W A NAM3K,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also sacntforthe Diamond Shirts,
,..11-. -rr-'l I oonu iiutoetreet. .
THIS OHIO nEllC'lltNT T.llLOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High sr. Genu'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al-
wajs on liana.
JO Ml lk;BI(KEVRACHl;U,; , .
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
uents f urnianing uooas.
- - " Jo.oi north Uiatt street.
JMHSI siCNTIitt, - . V ' i
- MERCHANT TAILO"7. 0 South -High it,
Choice stock of Clothing constant!) on hand.
,..NEWS DEALERS
A SBHEIVS 4k MULL,
a News Dealer. : Itankseller anil Srjtt.inneMi.
.No. 65 Suulb ii igh street, uem door to Poatoftce.
Kews Dealer. Uookselltir. Rtatinner anil Hind.
Trtif uWicatiensin both tierioao-and En ishV,
r- j . - - 33i !outn uicttstrwt. .
PAPER" WAREHOUSES.
ANDKKWai, fEUaiACO : wt I
.Mannlactarers and Dealers in Wrtl.lnff. FrinU
tag' and Wrapping Papers, S3 A 15 North High'aC i
N. Vlfls 4k KlktUi.it.
Dealers in Pcinlinir. iiook. Writing atwl Vnd
Fapers 36,38 A40 Norihtiigh street- . . ) i
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
,7
IAUUIV1M dcTt.yt.N,
mi at- am. w w nnsf ; , f ,,
IFHOTOGRAFHh.RS. " , '
:,; ... 81 riouihHigh street.
'..OH
T '"Ji
.KLLIOTT,'
ll eH PHOTOGRAPHER.' 107 South Hicli street.
rictures made in every style and sisr.:- . . 1
D- j ibcheR) ' '.-' ;..",:.,. i- !
. Photographs, Ambrotypes, Geme, etc., otcj
I No. 238 South High street. ;
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PHYSICIAN.
.ori-vi:'i
Ev M, DOWHS BE, . ---.-' .! ! ." -) !
a '-No. S Orjera Hnnna. 'I'rMta'lliMiMnf iba -
Kye, Far, Heart, Tbruat and Lamas. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children, - w i -. -r. j
PIANOS.
F. HA 44 Hits L CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealer! for Lirhta A
Co.'s and Haine. A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs.
aleiodeons and utheru-iiisical instruments. ,
,s -r r- -. -rt --,-; gg North High rtreei. i
e Aeent for -Chiefcerlng) and Emmerson'i PN
anos. Also, Organs. -Aleiodeons and Sheet imsic;
11 South High street, i
RESTAURANT.-,
BANK' KXCn .(NO ti RESTACBAT,
Corner State and Hiah ftreets. ' .,
, - . CU ARLb V H) Y LR, Proprietor.
SEWING JUACHINES,
Ell RIsWlNO MACHINES, j
t. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
tioase,"
W. P1MMEL, General Agent.
L5YATCHES AND JEWELRY.
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e. HJUSt ar Vtt..
Dealers in Fine Watches.-. Clocks. Jewelrr.
Fiaiedwere, Spectacles, Ae.. So. 11 ba.t Town
street.
I1ATI8A HARKIIMilON
J (Successors to Wm. .Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch i.--lewelr. Silvet Ware and Soec
taclesNo.iil Neil Honra. i . iviw ., I !
m a.
at 1. .K Q.Hl-.Kt.liX,
rit.-8, Ti"TS'd k ,Hldelef,.,;
STRICTLY
, WHOLESALE.
O AlVCi.OK l- stilus: Ail ;.'.
i
X Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 sod 44WTnne Block, Town street, i
I Manuacrtures and Wholesale Dealers in Batat
Lnnd'S Hoes'.
No. 1 uwynne Block. '1'own St.
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NOTICES.
NOTICES. Bank Notice.
OTICE IS HfcKUBV GIVEN TO
aU-wbem-is-maTceT.oern --tbmt tbe Cit-r Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company.
orgaMied aedaarFyinc en- bwdnees as an Indepen-i
dent Banking oinpany at the city ol Cleveland.
Obio.uoder an set of the Gei.eral Assembly of the
said State of obio,-entitled "An Aot to incorporate
he State Bank ot.Ohio and other Banking Com
panies." passed February MtB, 1845. being desirous
ol relinquishing and closing its Bankii g busiuexK,
to tl ml end has. in pursn-nee of tbe statutes of the
said rotate of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and. delivered tbe
same to tbe Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided means and
given security to tbe satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio io - the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of -lave and. at tbe raid city of Cleveland, where
said Ciiy Bank isloeated. - - .
Done by order of tbe Board of Directors of the
Ciw Back of Cleveland. July 8ih. IK68, -. : i
,. , , -. .--.-- LivMULL WlCK., President. ,
:i Jyli-dltnw6D m i - .... . . .- i,n ; -., .,-
ii " ' 1 1 "' ' 1 1 " 1 1
NOTICES. Bank Notice. NOTICE.
BANK OF COMMERCE, 1
j i.i'i f--i . Clkvelsnd, May 11, leVS.i
NOTICE IS HEREatT GIVEN TO THE
holders of tbe outstanding notes of tbe late
1'ank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after tbe expi'stiou of six months front this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to raid
Bank the tv cks deposited-tosesore the-outstanding
circulation ot said Bank iu pursuance of tbe fortj
firs; (4i aeotion of tbe act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March list. 1851.
ii- .vOSEPUJERICIMS,-President j
H. B. HrjHLBCT. Cashier. marSS d6m j
The Sisters of St. MarjX i i
AF THB BECEHTEY OF
V 8oB,V ?'. will open their tare.
J and spaoious building for the rectption of pupils on
the first Monday iu Sentember. im.h l- o-..i
i'uiUon. $76, 80. S85 and 80. according to the de
partment of the papiU . : bit. UOsK. Sup't. t
i AddretBoxl61. ... . . , . ... . , au3-dtf i
S. S. PINNEY'S-j
rA01SG ACADEMY 18 NOW OPEN AT ,
. NAUCHTON HALL. '
I' For jnvenilas.Saturday afternooa.. from 1 to 5
V' M " Gentlemen's evening class at Ail B03
HALL, 13d Luteal 8 o'clock P. iL octl4 i
:It:I'wIt'TOAXJiE-.ri!ji u I
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS. FIVE!
V kdd six" tears' 'old, very handsome, kind and ,
d" b' ,0ld l-W 1CHARD NEVINS"; !
FROM VIENNA.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
VIENNA, Nov. 2, 1868.
, Sball.tbe army reform bill be forced
tbrougb. , tlie Reicbsrath . . before it
baa to adjourn on account'1 of i the
'meeting of the delegations, at Pestb,,
or feball it ' only be ' passed' ip
committee now, and be' brought ber
fore tbe . Hons when it meets again on
the l5th. of December I This ia ihp
most important question of the moment,
ind on which opinions are pretty'ecjually
Jivitled."' There is L much to be said 0ft
oth aides, r v.,-. , 7i .,:
.ii
iiThoB who are for adjourning the dia
1 'fission of the bill at the Reichsrath till
after the delegations urge with some rea-
son tnai mere is scarcely time to go-into
the tneriU of so important- bill: ' The
committee-' lias only just got through
iwo-iuirua oi ine army oiu, propeny bo
called, and there remain still those on
the- militia reserve and ' oo the levy en
jnoisiif.tbe first f wblcb.'kt any rate, ia
Burn to give rise to' aa "animated discus-;
sion, ; In spite of the- diligence evinced
latterly by the committee, which meets
in thb morning-and evening, it must
take some. four or five days , before the
committee can finish its work and. be
fore it can make its report to the house,
and on the 12th of the month, that is 'in
ten ' days the delegations meet. Ac
cording to this view, it seems almost ill
decent baste to pass so momentous a
bill in a few days. -? ' . ; j
,' On the other side,, it,' is argued 'jtbat
already much precious time has been
lost, and that if there is to be reform, it
ought to be made as soon as possible,
so as to not expose the Emperor, as has
been invariably the case, to oe surprised
by events, "and to' be' jfound unprepared
for them. Already, ' owing 'to . the- ad-i
joiirniiig of the Reichsrath ' on: account
of the convocation of the Provincial Diet,
the best, period of the year for the ca.ll
ingout and drilling of the militia reserve
has been lost, and if the passing of the
bill is -deferred till Christmas, it will be
scarcely - possible to do anything in the
matter before the time for agriculttiral
labor begins, .which lasts , till autumn,1
and, -during which, it -will be Bcarcely
practicable to call out the militia. In
one word, not passing the - bill now,
means putting off its effects for another
y'-':.:''.. :: , -
. Then as long as the bill bas not pass-,
ed the Reichsrath, as it has passed the
Hiingariax) Diet, the military estimates
to be represented 'to the delegations
must tieeds bear a temporary character.
They mustbe passed, on the present or
ganization of the .army, jwbicU'evBTy
one knows must be.phanged in a few
weeks,avnd to: which fliange the 'esti
mates must be adapted.' Already the
last delegation became on that 'account
a mere formality,, for tbe answer tp, ev
ery cry for a reform, was that the : esti
mates were bat temporary, and all would
be ; arranged when the reorganization
occurred".' There was a plausible excuse,
tor ii sucbi provisory estimates are tq re
turn year after year, they will go a long"
way to convince people that, the delega-'
tions re, after all, but a formality, and
little calculated to exercise a. real con
trol over the army expenditures. Tbe
arguments, as you see, are weighty bn
both sul e8, .and may be. , said to balance
eacb other,, but there is one circumstance
which gives the : preponderance 'in the
scale to those' who Ave" for passing the
bill at any cost before the delegations
meet.;;;';';. ; .. ,'. ...... , , .., ,
s The Army bill has been the subject
of discission for tbe Jast two years, and
in the present form it rhas been in the
hands of every one since last summer.
Whoever has not been able to makeup
bis mind until now is not, likely to do
so by any amount of argument for , or
against it. - Indeed, you have only to
read the accounts of what passes in com-'
mittee to entertain no further doubt that
there remains but little more to be said
on the subject, and that the majority is
tolerably pledged to it. Two 1 of the
points on which the whole thing lingers
namely, the liability of service with
out exception, and the war effective of
80,000 men have been accepted in
committee, the .first unanimously, and
the second with a large majority, which,
as the Poles will be to a man for it, is
likely to be even larger -in the House
than in the committee. : There is equal
1 'y lttle donbt of the militia' being like
. . -1- - ii
w inn. ovurkcu, Jtlio- Autre I1U utuerr
autonomists may possibly make an ef
fort to give a more specinc national
character to this institution, but as they
are. tbe most ardent advocates of arma
ments, it is not likely that they will sac
rifice a primary object to their wishes
to what must be, after all, secondary
considerations. - - . . .
'.' The only obstacles to .the passing of
the bill are those which may arise from
the habit of making lengthy speeches
in tbe general discussion of the princi
ples of tbe bill. , The Reichsrath con
tains a number of good speakers,, who
enjoy a set-to with, or , occasionally
without gloves; then there is tbe usual
crowd of those afflicted by the speaking
itch, a malady, rather widely pread in
the Reichsrath.. What with this and the
cleverness in bair-splitting, the simplest
bill may be dragged through the house
for days and days; how rcuch more one
which offers a rather complicated prob
lem in some of its provisions.
The essence ofthe bill lies in tbe ca
dre system, which allows in time of
peace, with a comparatively small effec
tive in time of peace, to have a large
army ready in time of war. The frame
work of this large .army exists, but the
material with which it is to be filled
changes constanllyr" Now it is impos
sible to fix how large tbe framework is
to be, unless you know for a longer pe
riod of time how you may be able to
fill it in case of war.; The bill therefore
fixes 800,000 men as the war effective,
besides 200,000 militia. "With a yearly
contingent of about 160 000 able bodied
youths of twenty, and with - time - of
service of only three years in the active
army or seven iu the reserve, ten years
at least must be allowed for getting up
the standard deemed necessary, and the
war effective of 800,000 men had, there
fore, to be-established for ten years.
Up to,. i certain point, ,,tbis .may
seem tantamount to giving np
for the next ten years the
right of the Legislature to vote the jiir
ly contingent for the War Department
has only to show the nnmber of men it
requires for keeping up the army to the
amount fixed as was effective, to force
the Legislature, to grant it, but in reality
the control of the Legislature be made
more effective than before. .The right of
the Legislature to grant the contingent
at all. or "to make ubo of its constitution
al . rights, of refusing, is especially pro
tected, in the bill, and then as to the
number of men actually needed, it may
ask to be shown how the men already
granted have been disposed of, and ex
ercise thereby a supervision . of the War
Department, 6Uch as it could never pre
tend to before.' . - - . '
BITS OF FUN.
A fiery steed Horse radish. ' '
Singular To see a garden walk.
, A fainting" fit-tight lacing. Judy.
Legislation for the "Masses1? abol-
iehing the Curch, Judy. : i . k i 1
Cheap , curiosity Giving .a . man ' a
piece ;of your mind. FuFi-i''-, if ,
" 'Nd yondergrave-yards, yawn 'when'
there are so 'many sleepers there. , ,,'
When does a ben like beer 1 When
she has & little brood. Punch.' ,
What small animal becomes a large'
one by being beheaded 1 Fox ox.
To prevent ships being lost at .sea, aee
thatikey are "well found." .Fit.
ri Vegetable hair ' is advertised, in
English papers. ' CarrotsT2?ow Post.
u What suit is the most costly, and tbe
less, liked the longer it' lasts 1 A'Jaw
suit.' "
A discharge without a report a, ser
vant dismissed without a v character.-
Punch . ',. . : ',. j-i . '.'".. '
Who were the first astronomers? The
stars, for they first studded the heaven.
' The late Queen : of Spain should
change her name from Ji-abella to Wat-
a-belle-. , j, , . R . -' ' V
Why is a spendthrift's purse like a
thunder-cloud 1 . Because its continually
light'ning. : -. , 1 ;.;. n- . : '. s .-.
"Sir," you are just like the motion of
a dog's- tail." ."How. bo ? , ."Because you
.are-ft wag." -. -,-t:-s- ,-; io
' A beau dressed out resembles the cin
namon tree the bark is of more value
than the body. , ,
"A country paper wants to know if a
man with a wooden leg. can be consid
ered a foot pacsenger.;
:i'lp a man is' murdered by bis work
men, 'should the coroner render a ver
dict of killed by his own hands. :
:A rbspkcTablk' gentleman don't like
to have a heavy charge leveled against
him especially if it is in a gun. -,. :.-.
: Why are ,our fingers particularly re
liable, iu case of breakage 1 7 Because
they are always on band with nails. -'
; Laura- Why,. Harriet, what a queer
way of ; doing your hair just like a
snail.':. -.- ' . . -.- i . i :'
Harriet '"Well, my love, I don't
think any one can call that a 'fast' head
dress." ... ...... ,,, '
'"An American farmer says ; ' We
raise four hundred bushels of potatoes
to the acre here, which would be a big
thing if we didn't raise insects enough
to' eat em all np.". " '; ": '; '
A country i paper,, in noticing the
death of a worthy citizen, says : "As a
neighbor, he 'was kind ; as a miller, tip
right. His. virtues were beyond all
price, and his flour always sold at ten
per cent; advance." i .. i,n
Judy pictures ' a ''-railway carriage
scene, and gives this conversation :? ( ;
' Swell r"Aw would you object aw
to having the glass down " . ;..'.,
(Young-lady "Oh dear, no ; ' in fact,
I was on the point of asking yon either
to put your glas down or leave off
staring at me.
Swell "Aw 1" w'f r.f - '
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and ',.
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line of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
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(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers'; and Statesman
Steam Printing Oflioes.) :
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and all Officers requiring SOPKhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. -X
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N.W. LEFATOR, 1
oct3-deodsm Proprietor
SI E BERT & LILLE Y,
Blank Book lYIasiifa cturers,
PRINTERS. BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS.'
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
, " ' BLANK BOOKS "
of every description, with orwithout printed Head
ings, for
COUNTY OFFICERS, MBKCB ANT8, ANFF AOTtTBERS'
, ., BAKKKKS, MAlUtOAD COMPANIES. C. . .
tTf Full sets of Books made on short notice.
warrantea to give peneot satisiaouon. -. I
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING.
aprll eouly COLUXBCS, OBld.
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FO It THK , H.A.XH.
Improved !
It ia an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ' ' ' '
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. , . ' .
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. "
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out, .
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to itu Original Color. . , .,
It brings out Hair on heads that nave been bald for
- i years. -
t is composed entirely of simple and purely vegel-
' .- ble substanoea. .- ..:..
It bas received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many whioh are from
physicians in high standing. "j . .
It ia sold in half-pound bottles (the nam blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F, C. Wells A Co.;
BcVi'effelin A Co..Wow York. sCHST-mchl7-dly
' MEDICAL.
WHY ENDURE
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptlo may almost say with St.
Peter, "I die daily." Tbe obieot of this article is
not te remind hi-nof II bispangs.buttoshow
htm how tobanisb them n 1 forever- The meanr
of immediate and .permanent relief are proffered
him in , t f
: : .' H 6 O FL AFJ D'S
GERMAN BITTERS !
- .: I. .- -. .- -. I
And it is for him to say whether he will continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
lition to render life enjoyable. ' j
UTOGADVERTlSEEaENTS
; -:':i,-! -i ; - .- .-: 1 j
Of the efficacy of this matchless yog-table atom-"
achie are to ba fonnd in tvir, Aitv nrj inan in ,k.
llnited States healthy men and women, rescued
f'om torture by its f use. and eager to brar
testimony to its vir- tues It differs frofn
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticularit ia not alooholio.
Forvuch constitutions snd systems a require for
their invigoratioa a diffusive stimulant. - ,'
; :HOOFLAND's' '
GERM AN TONIC J
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of tbe finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
gent, purged of all deleterious -constituents. The
Salient, in choosing between those two treat an ti
otes, should be guidel by his own condition. If in
Svery low state from, debility, the Tonie should be
iB selec ion; but in cases where the emergency is
not se pressing, the Bitten is the specific required.
a nonsanas nnd man. tte benefit from tak-
ins each in turn. .
'i here is ne pba-e of
Indigestion, biliousness, nervous dinanae or nh.fli
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
In whioh, singly or eombinsd, they will not effect
sure.-, n .. : . . .. ..... ;
fecliange Pain for Ease
.'( - ' t- 1 . . 1 ; . -
And .Weakness for Strength- Get-rid of the ail
ments which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a
; ( r - t - .-.- . - - - : 1. ' : '
NEW MAN -
Through the instnunentalitr of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cor
rectives' " ,"
GERMAN BITTERS.
U the complaints whinh iiroced fmm av Af
fiuijnr auuuu in iuo iiver, me aiomaoQ SDa tae
owels. ar eradicated bj a course of thia great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC.
-' ' 'J f - - Yi-V -: . f- . f
WhTctTnot dnTy combatl'and conquers diseases that
bavo entrenched theirrselves in the system, but
is the bestknnwu-safeiuard against all' unhealthy
influences. Persons .whose occupations and put-,
suits suoject them to- the depressing effects of a
elose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take itreg-
uiarty as a protection against toe low tevors and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are .-, i . - ..; . ,,i 1 i r . ,
WASTING AWAY,
Wirnont any tpeomi 'coniplnint, ex cent agradatr
dHlinaf inn nf Vi.wli! Ri-.rnFfK mnA na.v,.n j AnAna.
will find in the-Bfr-- J TKR3 a founUin'ot
vitality and vigor, as "retraining' and exil-
eratinz as a pool in tbe desert to the tand-scoroued
ana iainttng iravetere. ' .
.. ' HOOFLANP'S :' I
CERr.-lAn BITTERS
Ia oomposel of the pure in ices (or. as tbev are me
dicinally termed. xtr.icts), of U .on. Herbs end
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alooholio aamixture of any
:l
"i
HOOFLAND'S
1VJUI 4.1 A,, '. .1 1
CERPalAPJ TOr.IC
.. -: C Mi": '-' -t r. -a-
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, witn me purest quality ot anta Crux Kum,
Orange, etc., making one ol tbe most plea-ant and
axreeable remedies ever offered tn the nuhlin .
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys- ' 'petHia-. Cbroaie or
Nervous Debility, .la Chronic Diseases of,
tbe n.ianeys, ana all aiseasea aria Jig trout atdiaor-
UVWI 1I1IU VI BWUIH1I, .....
J such - ' t '- ' "
..j -r.'. (... as Con-ili- '
' ... :' pat'on, toward , ,. . ..
Piles. Fullness of
Blood to the Head,
" ' Acidity of the Stomach. '
Nau.ea. Heartburn. Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking'
' or Fluttering at the nit of the iStnmanh.
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and oifficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
(Suffocating Sensations when in a Lyii g Postnre.
iliraness of Vision, Pots -or Webs belore the
- Bight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,.
. .: ileSoiency of Perspiration. Yellowness , .
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in tbe '
Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, etc, !ii ' .
fcSudden Flushes of Heat, , !
- : Burning ia the Flash, , I
. ... ,.. .Constant Iiuagin- ,
ings ui r.vn, ana
.... -trreat Depres - -.. - .-'i-i
1'.
- ... . sum ot
1 Spirits,
They are tbe Greatest and Best
BLOOD PTJEtlJETIERS ,
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver ia older. i Keep your dixesiire
organs in a. sound. A he,lthy eondition, by.
tbe use of these remedies, aud no disease will ev.r
assail you. '
.'iv: 11. , ' i : . : :.! ; ; .; ....
Wear?' and Delicate: Children
Are made stroncr bv the nta nf either 'nr thiiiii.
" edies. Tbey will eureevery case of MARASMUS
without fail -.- .' - --.
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the bah it of tbe proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of suoh standing that
mnj iuub, in u.u.vau.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PE.V.VSVLTAXU
" SPEAKS FOR THKSB REMEDIES.'
Who would ask tor more dignified or. stronger tes
timony 1
,. . :-i '. . .
" HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennayl
vania, writ 38 J .
Phii.adii.fria. March la, 1867.
I find 'Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, u-eful in diseases tel of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben-.- few efit in eases of debil
ity and want it nervous acti m in the sys'em. 1
Yours truly, GiiO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Feonajlrania.
Philadelphia, April S8, 1866.
1 consider ,Hoofland'i German Hittora" avvaJuit..
ble medicine in cises of attacks of lndieetioo or-l
jji spepjia. r l an oertiiy tms lrom mjr expenence
VA Al A UU1D nillAiajffLJBClAe '
., JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. J AS. ROSS SNOWDEN
j'rothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: ,
- , ' -i, Pbilapklphia, Sert. 14,1887.
1 "Hoofland's Germai Bitters'' is a ver nseful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetizer. It i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons of ail age. Re poet fully yours,
persona a ag JAMba ROoS 1SA0WDEN.
OATJTION.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
. See tb.t the signature ot U. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of. . J each, bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. 11
Principal Office and Mannfactnrr at the German
Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phiuv
, delphia.Pa. .;. - i
CHARLEi 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
V- ' , I I " '
; Formerly CM. JACKSON A CO.
, : V. pnjccE8.' r"i,t;''','M
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. :.. 00
Hoofland's t-Jermeu Bitters, half dosan.. .,6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half doien for 1 SO.
Do not forget to examine well tbe article you buy
n order to get the genuine. -
FOB SALE BT; ALL 'DRUGGISTS
And Dealers ia Msdioinei everywhere.
jyK-dwAa goowly ; !,;.. , I
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DRIL GOODS.
1868.
AUrUMN.
1863.
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO:,
.- - - v - - , .,.. . t !'
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
WOO I1V1TE THE ATTENTION
of Purchaaara to their nnnankll, .rlanoi.a
and elegant assortment of . , . . , . . j
!'. Extra Rich Black Silks; ' ' ' " '.; j
' Novelties in Faney Silks; '
- Poplins and Empress Cloths! ' ' - I
, French Merinos aod Cashaieres;
Knslish and Kreneh rierffasi . i
Ohamelion Epinglines; .; '
:: Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets: ' '''- "-'
. Novelties in Plush Cloakints; t ..i..;).,
.. Velveteens for making Costumes; r , ,
Astracban and Chinchilla Cloakings; ' .
"' Superb Paisley Shawls;
'- Cashmere and Broche Shawls; : ' ' '
; Point de Gaie Laces. Collars and Sets;
Harris' Seamless and AUxandres' Kids
Superior Wi ter Hosierr ,
Hisses' and Hen's Merino Tests.
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THE CITY
A
OF
"House Furnishing Dry Goods; -r i
- Blankets. .Mualin-i. Linens:
Sheetings. Lace Curtains, Toweling ie., tp.
Also, lniamia satins. r, , . , ,-r. ti'i
ALL AT THE
; VERY -LOWEST PRICES.!
r.-. ..:: .-, .vr r . ....... ,.j ; j
!". -v :;i ; , - j:. nf-. ;
Merino Unlerrarments-of all grades" and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Bovs. Also,
a fresh stock ,of Hoop. Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles. ., ., -i,. , ....
. oclT-ditnl ,.', .' GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
IV OE W
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, oall and examine the ... ;
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' fancy goods.
SHAWLS...,.:......
, . DOMESTICS.......:.
; ' EYERTTHING.'.,..
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CHEAP y.
v. ,r .:
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JAMES NAUGHTON,
. . ' -'-V!
118 & 122 Son th High Street,
novll-dly-aprlT , CQI.tmVil.OBJO.
CLOTHING.
cjoxhiivO, .
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE I
,'. " ' ; ' ;. THE OHIO ', ;"' ' :
SIrchantTaiIoriDg & Clothing Co.,
v : JTO. 185 OPERA HOVSE BZOCA. '
ii. t . .... i ..." 'ii
! t ..ii : i : Clumba. Ohlo."3
A SCPRB B HSW STOCK r I CLOTHS,
t. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings. both
r oreign and Uomesuo. or i ell and W inter wear.
GENTLEMEN. OF FASHION ;
Will always find both onr materials and onr work
fo be in the height of the mod. We shall spare
no pains in producing the most elegant and faah-
lonao.ie garments to oa louna anywoeia. ,.
'EEADY-MADE CL0THIN&,
Of which agraat part is maanfactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en onr shelves, in all the varieties
oi the season, at very low prices. - -
'GENTS' FUENISHIN&. GOODS
In full lines, alwavs kept on hand. : ' .' i 1 ' t i j
; ., HENRY IfKISsi, Superintendent.'
. ,. . , JOHN RICH Treasurer. ,
' w . G. PtRKS, Foreman. I
oetiS-deod3m ' ; 1 '
FALL AND - WINTER GOODS.
v , HUNTER'S -.'vA-
ClotMDg Emporina,
;J No.220 South High St.,
" ' 1 icoKiirranus, omo.
r
a. largest aod finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting ot . .
Fx-eiicli, 'tl.il ,1'
EmijIIsjiIx an4 ,r ;. , . ,-. .
Domestic -Olothaj, , '
.,. Catatmere., Aco
('or Gontlemen'a wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices. 1
Also keep constantly on band a wall seleetar
.sookof - '
READY MADE CLOTHINC.j
' - - ' " ' - - J!-I. 7 'JOHN HUNTER, i
jnSz-dly . '. i. 1 in GEO South Hiahsera..!
cojunssioN.
W1VL' MONYPENY,
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BITS OF FUN. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
V-
Ta all A) it nzt OMuurai"
u. i pt .(ioi,Tu,vwJBtva j nMte.are.r
SoHce is hereby givenvtat proojeedinas bveien
Instituted In the City Counofl of CoTuulbiii, "for
leaking the foUown-giaipiTivemefitsUoerwita i
: For grading aud paring the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and orossingonl Third rtroeVftom' Worth
street to Mortfa.Psfatic lu...l, rtlf
Also, for repaying the sidewalks on tie Vast sue
of Front street froai tb aorth.aal tomenas rant
' Srart?w",uf8 i.V'fe?f38?fAk;ifiiJl5n
r. Also",, for-graveling fWtt(lRtreefeofwaiith
street to Seventh street.
Als-v.fOTgradiroj-aDdgraVMIng'SBe Vgetwa'lif
: Maple street from High street t (Vater atreeU-t
Also, for building a double row flsg crossing
v .acroa Noble stiwetea theeast side of High) stradt.
Also, to survey and stake off South street frem
East Public lane to the eastern-' boundary At the
:9itJ!t J ' vi-a.'il 3 J' srt-jjMtT-iK-t'.wit
The same to be done in accordance with plats
' ' and estimate ta be-prepared by tbe City 'CM7 En
,. gimer,nd, filed in tbe oflioe of, the City Clark.
Ail persons claiming damages on account of said
ipropoeed ImtirovaiBanta, are raqnired to file their
. claims in the office. of tbe Clerk, in writing, upr
- before the' fifth day u of December, A. D.
,180a. - -i ytm
.i:oevW-dltaw4w ic 3ii-.f.li y.i. t ofty Cterk.
Paving Notice.
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To all whom U may concern : .
1 ' 4 birr Citnfis drrtcaj
ii ; ;: -ji'r. ConmBOa. OUetM, lauo. .i
- Netioe is hereby given, that proceedings have kara
insiiimea in toeity
Hiehi
Also, for trading aod.paving tbe putt era and
grading and gravOling the roadway and sidewalks-en
Mound jitr.et from Washington aveame
to the east line ol lot No. 16. , . . .i ni.
Also. fork double row flag stone pavementeroag
. Jloand street apen the west aide of Higw arrests'
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared" by the City-Civil Engin
eer, and filed in the office of tbe City Clark, ; i o
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, ans reqairad to file their
. claims in the office of the Clark, in writing, pe- cr
' before the Fifteenth day of Decern cer. A.'D.
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Paving Notice.
Jo mil tsaoaa it moyaonetm -.); .-.i 7310 on ii
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Notice Is hereby riven 'that vrocwedlnss hardbeVn
instituted in the City Council- of Coiamboe, for
making the following improvements, to -wit i 1
For laying a double row flag ttoae eroraiaf aotpaa
Center alley on tbe north side of Long street. ,
' Also, for bailding a double row flag- crossing
across South Fubliu lane at the wast sided High
street. - " " T r"rT
Also, for bailding a- doable rbWufltir-tefewwng
across South street at the west aide of High street.
The same to be done ie aceordanee With plats and
. estimates to be prepared by ibeCltyCiviSBgiBBer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
1 All persons olalming damages -en account- ot said
proposed improvements, are required to- file -their
charms in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on' or
. betoretha wonty-fifth day .of Dwoeasbt. A-iD.
1 1 f.novi3-aiutww ... 1 . ... .... , ijity blera-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
i '-ii : importers into biucmkA n'iioL
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rOCIiKT IIOOlA -,X aj ,..,.,
.,! .11 'IN ENBLE88lVAaUSTTu13S'iaI
. KeepTOostaoUy on handa :Uifrejsorteo
8etb Tbinisj' aiid Waiter niy Cjoo'ta
For the 3 obbi'ng and Retaif Trade.',' Also-. Agents
' .it liiu -tortha H mil -ol
. aiTHAC A CALENDER -CLDCAi COM FAN Fi
Watch Makers' Tool? and Materials, Watch. Glass-
' ' "as (Franoh and Geneva) in fuflsupply t
1 1 ' nfl.;.' "I it'iR row raeari' jniii'sA ouua
feble-eodly No." Sutb His ?st? Columlu's
nj ,, -ml ) n --'-I " ti
1 JOHN SCHNEIDER,
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, c!: 'AiaSlCAillN,mtiatENtl"01 0,,
hit ohi&'rt.1C'rfa'u"'0'? ftepaVrCnf
carefully done and warranted. X'attJS asdSai'

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