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M-Derierr iB'nttsbnrgn 'Sna OhioCoall AJjo,
t'idMi iliim Tila ni Hi ii r - T
CSlUN,t:MRG HANTS.'
VommlnaioD. forwarding n4 Produce Mm-
ensM, deaien in brain, i lour, ae.. W. iiroa
XJ Manuiaotoren and iiektenia'PrMeh. Cre-
man anaAmancaii. orteti. AlBo,iua-fteirt.
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louteaai. aodKaUU' Dealer In Oniaa
UnlLrooaarjx-Oniaav Ulaea. Jutlery,J Watel GuoUs.
'..,.... : r Tf.D Sott Hie (treat.
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. immMDEiTISTRYi -;ii'of
imn i .f.' .it mw -m- ii .' .ttiiani ir'i
fiat WiV1"1' ipKJCUSlrTKe. eet-H
qi ueoiistrr. inciudinr uonnVt linpounau
krrt4tei'iOeevl6 and hbptnVtociT .
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V'eye1en1ntoo4iToli(oi CacpeU. ii
Jl. UBMIta, i twi til ol
. : ...ilt fitaUrHiirfcoteeet.
Carpet MattiBSJ, Olf CIitti.VnruuM, 8ta leaau
Favor l'rrunodei ! i .. 6 : '.f - -
XI a , H rwllB(l Jfeblera' tv-tjtntotnd
raaai Jikiu kNOa, aii(l ajaaataotnrera'ef Ladiea'
Cloam..iw-.,. -4) 9.,, jal-r.riige rreeir;'
lMMfcA-'a X tMi-KAWUMIKMlt., '
X? . Ji'v JKrnm A Cocaga daaleniaUv-Uooidvaii
oft b8; 186 ioutb t ojirtu ireefc. . f f.p.
JAM KAti A iMAA t at.THul . ,iil-a 1, ,
. .Wuli iaataU-UhaleplirySrOod..
Ii Urtu ii
K a-j'aw aa aiubin, i'-
XV Dealer in etaple and Finer Dry Good and
(ienW4MMlrhin txooda. N o. A ell Uquae.
O Dealer m ritapleand Fanoy Dry Good.,
. - iwj. to ruling- nipn streey-
A.ni te'-LV-'! ifuV,""" ' ' 1 k-"u"1"
'i. supiiu iiiAiaauaatk hr a .in . n
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DRUGGISTS. tt
I If "! ' YJ.'li ' .A IN iW
Ajraa4Bt ami A notHacafv.' '
.CXJ'Ity'rthliigll street.
t Attei.E un so
auwrlli
i'rlq gonth flight VoimubuaTo. '
UAiJftK MaAA SJ1A :a:EAAi.i at to -
.-M.- heieiafcaaod UHail DrdggiBtai)aad Dealer;
inPxarieaw
Al, .1 -..I'.'-'i. t-l' 111'
a 1 n'-
tTi"ti North 'High (treet. '
"-Si a-iANGRjvRS
I m ill .3
Ta ICHtl Ac nlMK-.lll.
Xi. Desigxiora Angravera- and? aelisheW;r ITota, !
rial and nthjir IMji Mimv,il -r ..... - w j. .17 V
Ne.-rW and 1" aoath High street
;:EtiRTURE,:&c;- -'-
01MBtTIDAMaiieT,CO.. V - I '' ',
Kj Manufacturers and Whojeaala and Retail Peal
raiB:i'urnrtMra.t;bairA, Alatirajua, eto.. , , " .;,
' '. Ao,, 01 J?onjii Hish St. (Opera House).
aAMlO sr.ii.lk ITLKfc tOi. -I ...
Alanulaeturaisot kralcUa Furnitare. Whoie
aale and Retail VVareroouia, . 1 anal A Gwaae
Blocks. . -
J-e .DeUerin JdanUe. tloaas. and fossa Far,
nibihgUut1Aiuj.laJtlJoppe aodheetlxo
Ware;
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n.iAaat Aowa weet.
A. Honsa , i nrnbhiog (J0 Mantles, Graiee,
. CoppfTjlin, and tiaeA Irorjstovea and ilaoilai,
oytbHiahaUet.,. A AXON, XA V LOU Ac Htlf F, 'o't-.. a-'
Delrs in Hardware, aioua. Fi-nikiait Good a,
Atarbfe pd JUaU Manes.Grate. Su veaTHot Ait
F urnacea, Ao7 .;, , . North Hiaueetl.
;TaiioaESKiRTs;.;
Ar
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Ta. iiannfacrererand 1
Skirt and Uuiatita. AtorTieler t
ad )& T4gb
lemltS to ean laa-iiaaeoo i
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
a Dealer in Munieal Menhandue. Boo . Sta
iiooery and Fancy Oooda generally. Special A(ent
or tb eelebrated lia Howe Uold Medal Hewinf
Maobine. - No. 6 Booth Hiin treeU
HATS & CAPS.
KifBS. HI. m. LACF,
li'l (Sncceraorto E. Luf.) Dealer in Bat. Cap.
arrian joinei,tfit.)
HOTELS.
ATIORAL HOTfclj,
Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor,
INITtD Stl ATtS HOTEL,
vomer uign and 1 own street.
E."J. BEOUNT. Proprietor!
fc.XXL.EK HOUIE,
Vorner ronrtk A Friend u. Commodioni
ion and extensive (tables.
1.. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
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INSURANCE.
lONHECrrCDT lYIlT(7Ar 1.1
nranee ConuMDT. A..t rT-00 (K.
WM. JAU1S0N. Anent. liolumbaa. O.
EWKIKK At DIlLTEKBEHGeK,
UHNLUAli AUKK la Security iiife lnsnrane
company.
fOJIE 1NSUKAI
ColnmbnH. O. anital and AatietA. a48BA14.17.
. C. H. BAKEK, Seo'y.
OfficB. Nos. lit Opera Hons
MILLINERY GOODS.
W . HIMiTlOnit,
Wholesale and Retail M 'llinerr Goods.
Ml . Hih street. Opera House Block.
I KM. A. INIWH1.6
Dealer in Millinery. Htraw Goods and Trim-
and Cloak Trim-
niinc nd Faney Goods.
130 South Bisb street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
GH At HAiJfcBPvAi OOHLLEBEII,
;rfAt atAfiheiiv! (o
Merchant Tailor and Dealers in Uenta' Fniw
biahi
iahiniUoods.
no. oo nonn uiga street.
W. NISWAKDER,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fnr-
uhing Good. - Also agent for tbe Diamond rthirta.
bi Boucb High street.
THE OHIO 1TIRHCHANT T4ILOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. Hirh t. (W
suit 'made to order. Brady-made Clothing al-
Staya on band.
iTOHK r. RICKEIBAf HCR,r T Tr
Do. 61 North High street.
HI MtllXEK,
' MERCHANT TAIU1S. 0 Smith Rivh ml
nnice sioea oi iofoinKonstaniu an nana-.
NEWSITEATaE
nDKEWS Ac HILL,
New Dealers. Bookseller and Rtationera.
io. 65 South High street, next door to Postoffice.
riMfcl. 1Ma.iriANN,
news Dealer, rJookaeller. Stationer and Kind
er. Publication in both German and English.
231 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
t a. MafiaCaatarar nkii Deatei ia Wrillni Tint-
kg anf W lappit. f (iera. 8 A to Kbpb.Uieli t.
ivi r v ins a rai lusi
L Uealars in Print in. KooV. Writin iinri Fin
(a. -a- araaiA. aaarana
Papers 30, 38 t 40 Sonh digh street. -
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
D Ali J Waft Ac t l l-JVIilMS.
X PHOXOGKAPHfcRS.
81 Souih High (treet.
T
JI. tXLIWTT,
le PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
miuiw iuKu 111 every aiyie aDQ Blsr.
i. AmbrAysieCstrfcto"
J. AKCHE
Photographs,
no. x3ssoutb Hign street.
PHYSICIAN.
E. Nol
Use, fcsAJteaatAXL
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
JF. HAUKIS dt CO..
. Wholesale and Retail dealer for Lighte A
Co.' and Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs.
Meioaeons ana otber musical instruments.
38 north High (treet.
J.
SJ. WOO OS, IA
Acent for C'hickerine's and Emmerson'a Pi
ano. Also, OrgaDS, Alelodeons and Sheet Wosio.
ai aoutn rJinn street.
RESTAURANT.
BANK. EXCHANGE RESXACBANX,
Corner State and High rtreets.
p
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tV Th
swtNGiv;
U sKWiNG lHACHI.Es.
Tha beat in the wnrM K'n. 1 anil . (Inm
House. W. PI MM EL. General Agent.
Batches and jewelry.
Xk-e Dealers in Fine Welches. Clocks. Jewelry,
Ptaiedware. Spectacles, As., No. 11 ra,t Town
street.
ATI S & HAHKIItVIOJI,
CSC'Dessors to Wm. Blrnn) dealer in Dia
mends. Watch a. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Spec
taeles. No. 8 reil Houre.
A. A Ij LE QI't-KLIX,
WholftMla And Retail AenltiTK In WatcriAfi-
lipcks and Jawi
IN
lAftCitoFI' KKus. 4c ill.,
rv noiesale Dealers in Dry Uoods and notion.
3 and 4 Gw.vnne Block. Town street.
X. Manufacturers and W hofesale Dealer in Boot
and !
I Shoe.
No. i Gwynne Block. Town St.
inc. no- nortn uga street.
Dealer in MilfinerT. Dress
KLkY M x k Proprietor.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
,fJ
OTICE IS HtKKBV eiVKKf TO
aN all whom it mav concern, that the Citv Bank
Of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Comnanv.
organized and oarrring on business a an lndepen-
nent Hanging '-oinpany at tne eity ol Cleveland,
Ouio-audey MHt of hATek-a'VA(aiiibly f ihe
aid auM)f lAib, Wrtled An Ml tciinocqpotati
.be BlatllAiAiik Al iikio AdXthe tLXikinaf (ai
paaies," passed February Sato, 1845. being desirou
oi felinquisbing and elosing its Banking business,
..to teat end has. in pursuance of the statute of tha
.said rttate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
'.Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tne Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said Stale of
Ohio tor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the aaid cityof Cleveland, when
aaid City Bank ilbcated."1' '
. Done by order of ihe Board of Directors of tha
UitrBankof Cleveland, July tb. ioa
WICK. President.
jyl-dltaw6m
-Lacrpss
NOTICE.
BANK OF COMMERCE,
JLBVKLAND, JUy SSI, ltM.)
NOTICE IS H EKE oa VIVEIt 1UTHE
lN ; holders of tha outstanding note of tbe late
l'rfnk of Commerce, and another parties interested,
thaa altertee ejW'atio; oT i mbnths ffohi thj
data, applicattaoKill beVi dd th vAudilo-,3a
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
tank the sb cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the fort
6rt (41) section of the act to authorice Free Bank
ing, passed March list. 1851 .
t o JOSEPB PERKINS; President
H, R. Hcblbct, Cashier. mav3o-d6m
Ik. f I X A. lilt VAT WVaw--"..A. vwuy, Ai,n
U I a .aa..-.' nlrl rrv himlmm k nd .nrl I
if- j The Sisters of St. MarjV,
fir AUl mlG,t.-wtmv,M,M-
and spacious building for the reception of pupfls on
MiBaronfli"".... iMii.iiiMi",ia, roruoardand
taition. 75. 80. S85 and 80, according to the de
partment ot the pupil. BR.ROM.Sup'c
A,iiarets Box i&l. auo-dtf
S. S. PINNEY'S
f-vANClNG ACAUIUIJUJ JlUJOUySN AT
, Prf juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from 1 to S
V -M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
HALL. 23d innt., at 8 o'clock P. At. octH
s"4 j
FOK MALE.
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The attention of the Trade la aa
oalled to the (uperi-
.Ul al0ri1?M'.bx
f 1 EE R SA tfr ALL'R. ND Sf,
H) T'.i. .!.!,-. ' i:.l!-
Jastreceired adt Jby
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OnttKbomprae-fullliDe'of
l4i3ta d fcaTl-5Jlo .TwtaB' ' i....i a hi 1
.T-.if. 80-J ft To f-i'in" f..-ii t
Book,
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Writing, 1 i
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Of aU siae aad,wVetiea, which wHlbe-soldat tb
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a nnsurpassea rninewty. inolading
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice.
Vol
ane.oroaeincs
atreef tb'North PhbHrf latieJ
1 AJseTiBtb.odlk kirthe east silA
of T ront street trom lhe nortaajit cornexof. f root
ew xaa mMW f nu-n leecnertn OI -Town
,'X&,foVLga'Vtttu'ltrtsV fromVStxtn
straeAta eievanth mmMaiA iikciW ;w i,i,
IAl, torgradipg andgravejingithe road we, ij of
MMiMMt frxam High snr to WateV street. - 1
' XWnua,,'4out""5r1','ny; int
?rfevfljigh'
off kVutb strei
street On the'eajt
street
tatutwAy ana atakak
street f ram-
Hast Public lane to the eastern -hmmdArv i,f lha
ol,,. .v.. vrTTT.-.irr,TJ'.T
: The same to be done in accordance with plats I
ail arjrjafwtobepawpared by the City CivH ni
ranjr..ano, uieu io ta yag el tnetiily tilera.' ir
roVwd mpretements. artr reo.pii'cd td file their
ajuaaaathe. aiTim nf thji UJlerk. ia atitinr'nn nr
before the lifth dajbvliiJNBeaBher.cAauJAt.
i -tt7 erfj c iron's ct xiiv-Kjwnseoir'
0B?Pid,r"r4?rjIV sali!rni;4 e .il7 OierlM
'"'"k'B' .pAkT Conneii r Oerambnai foe
Ttfking tnerqliQwit g improvements, to-wit: .
HtigrtdiniMoV eaeici the ufrfiVed eidewiflh,
utter and.eroaeincs on .'L'hJrfl.ALeMt -fr.,m- KmuIi
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. Paving Notice.
To all whom it may concern :
1 ?!
Citt CtrRg'sf)Frio.l
Coi!wrBiij.'0:!'Oi'!'M: i6. ' 1
Notice is hereby giveil,-thTWrflnsnaTeeiS'
Instituted in tbe City Council of Columbiu,farjnak
in aafowiDrmpVimiii)rtywitr .Tl
fQAUArsaing tne uortn bait ol ferry street from
ujku . megui iiviaiiuii mie.
Also, for firadina andniirliiir- th-sntl... . n
goading anl graveling the roadway , and, aider
wam oh. jneuno street trom wasbington avenue
wbuvrut iiue oi tot no. io. ' .-. ,. . .....
AJ( for A double row gag stone pavement acrosg
Mound street upon the west side of High street,
Tbesame to be done in aeeorriairre'witn nlats Anil
estimates to be prepared by the City CivH Engin
eer, and iled in the-WSce-ofatUeCity Clerk. I-'. -
an persona claiming aamages on account of said
proposes: improvements, ere required to file their
claims
.iiua in ine omee oi ine uiera. in antin. nn
before, tha. Fifteenth day of 'Decemoer.-A. D.
188. .
J ut j , i i . - : . . , t
ruvm-uiukwAw . uir (Jierg.
Paving Notice.
Io
oC'aaAem ( o vooar CtiVlii
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I
I . , . Cofcl'MBoa, Q.t Now. , 1668.1- -a
. Ndttee isliereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the Ciji, Council of . Columbus, for
o loiiuwwH laprovemence; xo wit :
Kor laying a double row flag stone crossing eorojs
Cepter alley on tbe-ttorta side of Long street; ' 1 '
Also.for building a double row flag crossing
aonusa oouui x-anie lane at tne west siderot m
treat.
Also, for buildlnf a-dnnhls' tnra' .mAnA
South street at tbe wear side of High street.
The same to bedene-is aeeordanca with plats and
roeiimBies to oo prepared oy tne uity (Jiviii-ncineer
MiU uivu irr iu -fMnoe ot ine XjiJ KjlCTK. '
All persons elaiminedamaarea on acAnnnt nf m.tA
proposed improvements, are required to file their
ciauna id oe wucfl or tne jiers in writing, on or
before titan f weuly-flfth day of Deoember. A. D.
lOOO.
; .:Ji.-.A,.i L. E. WILSON."
nov'S-dltawAw 3 City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
ToattvJtom-Umaieonetm is
j CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
j Colcmbcs. O.. Nov. 16. 188.
.Notice is hereby given, thatprooeedingshnve been
instituted in tbe City Council of Columbus, foi
making the following improvement, to witi, . . .
For grading and paving the ui paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of Washing
ton avenue from' the north aula of Hatten Place to
tbe south side of Gay street. . .,- .
Also, forrepaving High street fxm Perry street
ot the corporation line ... ,fcr . ..
- Abo. for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway pf Publio aley from Filth (treat to Sixth
(treat.
The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gineer, and filed in tbe office of theCity Clerk..
All persons claiming damages on account of aaid
nrnrjDSeoT improvement4, are renuired to filn their
elaims in the office of' the Clerk, in writing, on or
before tbe i irat day ol January. A. D. 1H6U.
nol.MTt.w4w " E" tWrV f
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JTJRNITURE. .
XICHABL BALM. CHARLgg O, BELLOWS,
j C. r. L. BITLKH.
FURNITURJE,vVVARE-ROOiyiS
. 816 Ac 818 South Hlgrh tit.,
; y COLUMBUS. OHIO.
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(7Ar txtrntiv Manufactory U at tha Foot oj
i ' South ttrtet, on th Canal.')
The.ir business transaction!, both" Wholesale arid
Retail, new extend tbrensbont the State of Ohio,
renaaytvania and Indiana. They manuiacture
PARLOR. BEDROOfA, OININGROOMHAIL, jAND
! KITCHEN FUBIWIiifiF
J design of superior work
Also, Cane-Seat Chair of
mananip and finish
ever.
r8cr(ptlon.Af;holealaiRetaa. . ..
' ,tf ,e irditmlu o
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1868. ti. .AUTUMN., i .Am.
, CRAY & CO.,
r f....
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD IflVITE THE ATTENTION
- of Pnrcbaaers to their unusually extensive
ana elegant assortment oi. ,
i
-.- -. Extra Rich Black Silks.
itiiY .
hi i;.
' Novelties in Fanoy Silks:
. ! -,.: Poplins and Empress Cloths:
French Merinos aod Cashmere!
.cngiiso and rrenon merges: .
I . Ohamelion Epinglines; ,
i 1" Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets;' '
Novelties in Pluih Cloakinrs:.
w etreteene for m&king Costumes; " 1
- Astrachan and Chinchilla Clnakinaac
-' Hoperb Paisley' Shawls;- . i .". ;
Cashmere aQd Brocbe Shawls;
"'Point do Gase-Lace. Collar and Set; '"
Harris' Seamless and Alexandre' Kid ,
Superior Wr-.ter Hoeierr1' '. '- ' i "'
Misses' and Men' Aterino Yost.
THE
MOST COMPLETE
::,-. ,HW-'f-( nf iifl i ;:". ft'.-i!:r.i:H
IN;.
TTTTS flTTVTT
1 11 n. -.1 ;i i r ; r
1'f Jj.'-.i il.fW "i'joh itiT. r)
70 'iiii A Til iq:.il9rTj in-ii'l -isJn
'owtie'liirW Irry:tjoo3(;;!,''m'1
. UlAnkotA Al a si in a. 1 jnmal IT...
J'"'Sbetint:a. Lace Curtains, Towellngs it.io
b !ti l i 1.1 'j-rt -,?t..-n-,"'..n-ifn ",i,tf,
i ii-' 'i Vr v-!' ',!'.;'' J Let? ,'T;
. Merino Unnerrarments of all grades and anali
fiea for AiJentienieri. ijaAiesLi Minea and kUvv-ff A Lmn
A fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corset in tha
aewosiBiyieajt-.cii. -..l eii' -uiii -i:i i . v
joetT-dam GILCHRIST. GRAY; C0.
M 1 -i
ijuini i ii 2ntTnrrvi rt-i.-ffT
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'hiT.- i,:dt "TV: ! i:. .fiui.,j.t ir.'.au
.i-jtinsdi' fun ijoi.'i'fuLs sudiDOS'nq
FALL "AND1" WINiER
.f V-:i If,- -
DRY GOODS.
V :i!-ti!i-Jit)X- ' i'i'.'il.Ji; inij u! vf;
EXrRlORDJNAIlY INDUCEMENTS
: ill;
Vw iu ?!' "ill .'. '?:
N AUCHTO fa 'S
rif?tj K-.,:' r:
J , jir vi1"-"' -
t In ' '"' !ti-..n-i" nt
.ii .m-.i- .'- ti .(to
Parortaiers ofiry foods' are J 8'ordlalljr- Invited '.to
. : -i'j'ni ii eatLBoa azauuiauie i;:hii i":i
ilY
- ti i -.1.1 i iiliri . ; isn-i t.l a i
-O'Ci V"(iil !i(il
.., i.f.f,;
DRESS GOODS
i -.I'lis:-!! of '
: t '! i i it i r i t ti
rn.l
..,.CHEX"!,,
CHEAP '
Fancy goods.-..:..,
'SBBlWtS.V.'JP.j.'i.Vii;'.
DOMEiST;l0s,u.'.;:.-.J.
BVEKITHI3B i.t.:.:.
,..,.;;..::i.fcHEAFif:,if'
..J.i.iCHKAP
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t i .ji.'fjftr :
JAMES
, ; -i::.' r.li : I ii
!.-"ii:
NAUGHTON,
' .1.118 eV it Soatk High Stgeet, ;::!:
oril-dly-aprlt' n t ; i 'ttrtCH- bAlO?
I 'in .
.-
CLOTHINGl
' CLOTHING,
custom "and f made
'I
.3i.'D'l
,ll!';)T
j ri jfiiiw in THE OHIO
Merch ant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
i - 1 JT0. 185 Ot"SA B6tfeB3LOC&?
.'I !
v':
', Cblnmbue, Ohlo.'S
A 'RriPRRRllEW STOCK Of CLOTHS.
iMMHIHTM JlMi-MfLr.iniT (A nrl V axtrnnraaal . hot
Foreign and Domeatiofor Fait and Winter wear.
; GENTtEMEN'OF FASHIOIT "
Will always findT both our materials and oni wnr
to be in the .height of tbe mod. We-shall spar
no pains in producing the moat elegant and -fash
ion oie garments to oe iouna anywneie. ;! ,; ..
Of which a great part is maaufactnred by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable s tries. wiU al
ways be found en our shelves, in all tha varieties
oi ine season, at very: low prices.
I i . .M!
GENTS' . FURNISHING G0QD3
la fall tines'.' alwara lent oh hariif.'
ii. : , i Ufc-KI Mt-.irte,. superintendent.!'
I.i, Un.i K1CH Treasurer.
w . t. rp.nn pnrBmin .
,ocU3-deod3m ,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
T ' 'LI
I i.
Mi. . i
'huniersv;:1-.'
ClQthipg Emporium,
no. 220 south High st:; 1
i . a i--1 .- ; .i,i . v..,v
: ,(.i -. i.j ..( COX.VlTIBJ OHIO.
' , t ( --:.-,-..-.i 1
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THU
largest and finest-stock of Fall" and Winra.
woom er uruugu. uua pity, p pnauiiiig qi ;.j
treneh, , . , ,; ... - .. i.
nellish and
m I "; "Domestic ClotliS.
, ! -i :i Cantjimeret., &o.,
For Gentlemen's wear; Wbieh 1 will sell at the low.
estCaah prices. . ... . . i
Also keen' oonstanfly on hand a well aalenlait
Aoekoft -' i '. - i i . .(
READY MADE CLOTHING.
1 .;., , JOHN HUNTER.
juS3-dly
- S90 South High streef.
comivossion.
0 WM. MONYPENY; ;
orwarding and Conimison
- (t , a n AAA. gar a 1 1 (. j ; 'f - , Jii-
GRAIN: OF ALL,, KINDS.
'.,;- OUR, WHISRY, At. ;....
(t Prices Paid a,t,aU timea for
Barley, e c, eto.
Cart
f:r ..iTi-I' F 1-0 E 'rii i1 ii;: .,ii
Ncar WedjEad of !Mat'l K d. Brll;j
DRY GOODS. -"
AT A TTf-TJT AA1
J
, i.'tiat'.HU .i' .ii v 4wh-
MEpiCALV;
I WHY ENDURE
A": LIVING DEATH!
Th confirmed drspeptio may almost say with St.
Peter, "1 die daily." Theobieot of this article ia
not to remind himof , J : his pang.. but to.bow
him how tobantsh them n forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in
HOOFLAMD'S .
GERMAN; BITTERS !
And it is for him to aay whether he will continao
to endure a living death, or to pat himself in
(ition to render life enjoyable, "
UVING ADVERaISEauT,
: : I.. ' . - .- - .: .,' -. u! "'I .i. .
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every city and town in the
linked States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture, 'by it ; g ase, and eager to bear
tetimatto its virr,. M tuea It. differ from
any other Bitter in existenoe. in this special par
ticular it is nonalcoholic. .....,..
For snoh oonstitutions and systemsas require for
their invigoratioo a diffusive stimulant. - - - " ;
j m-uTHOOFL
j tli :li'Hi1s - ' ' '"'r! -'' '
GERMAN TONKH
rla been provided a preparatien in which theaol
hd extracts of Ahe finest res to ro tires of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
gent, purged of alt deleterious eonstitnents. The
Satieot. in ehoosing between tasse two great kati
otes, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility,, the Tonic should be
hisselee ion; but in cases where the emergency is
not So pressing, the Bitter is the specific reaaieed.
Thousands find infin- af , tte benefit from tak-
ing each in .turn
There is no jihase of
von. rtiflAARe nrnhval
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or
eal prostratiota to which they are not adapted, and
in which, singly or combined, they wiil not effeot".
YS i.'Av-n(i .itWB-ff V. ,T ! : aU.
Escliaiige Pain for
I ,iijt ' J ' - ' -rr ... "'T J.T "IT
And' weakness for Strenglh,. Get rid' oT the ail
ment wbioh interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a.,. y n -V'
Urn L-r.r-uj - MA-lNr': 8 " ! ;'
I o Ktt : --.) : : .1.. . -.I'li-mm Uoirtc
j .iiti4.j .i-iii till v in;!) it fi!--!);!an u:o
Through tha instrumentality of the wiovt pdwerffll
and popular of all vegetable iavigorants and eot-r
rectivefl- ' k ' . . . .
r r n-'Iilit-.f-l-JMlt fJiiJU-CJ W tsiiili )-f.
HO 01 LAXFS r G EB M Air," BITTERS,
I i n jiiiia-if .i mi i i'-mni:. t'
: MfliAnanAAJ fnaftfAilnH; :r3m.i..nAi,:ii . n.l
ill the obmplainta which proceed fiom a want of
wup,iw,uuu luoiia u.cri wv awinacii ana ine
. bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great'
oiA.; -.J HO ;::-.,.. .. . -.1 ". .J
1
gONSTIJUTigNALSPECIFIC,,
-j Wlvlcra- Hot only tf?inbftt9 antT conqiran'fliav&ses t bat
bAMavtjKnob theBaeliresln tbdi STStem,- bot
i the -bftttf, Jtnawri fltard -f?-4B8 l( -wnhltby
laflieiicea. Persons whose occupations and pur-
saits suoioot them to the deoreruintT Atfnnrx ttf
I olose, unwholesome anwphere-, shxold take it res
l ulatrlyas a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders which raalsria wMir-mrant. . rnv.
Iwto ....... A . - " 7
ri uuaaAui oiw..;f.ri i i.i -mi . ii ,u ,
-(Joe I.'
Waiting away, s
Wirnout any special complaintl' excerit a gradual
I umif,vn oi -Douiiy axrengtn ana nervous energy,
will find in the.BllV r" TERS a fountain o
i vitality and vigor, u T. refresOing and exil-
crating asapoofin the desert to the sand-acororaed
t aad faintingj travoiersi-
.wi ;i., jiuuriiAiaij'a . -i
- i . .is .-..'iii'i i(
GERM AM BITTERS
t Is emposel nf 'the pure Juices (or.'aa- her are' me
-dieinally termed. Extracts), of R-vots. 'Hevha in.
Barks, making a preparatiogk highly concentrated
and entirely free from Aicoliolio admixture of any
kind.'. I 'in I. i .;.i .-. m, ...... .iTr.T
. 'j tt'-ilfii.'.r; i-.w i'"id'W .-hci--
:,HO.OPLAND'S v:-;,
'-oo' i : .w 1 i J iic'i i i : i -i-it-t..
"Is acombinatioiiof all,, the iogredients of Abe Bit
.ters, wiia tne purwi, quality ol rianta t;rua Ivum.
vnu., vio., ibhriui; unv oi tne most pleasant an
.' agreeaable remedies ever offered ta the Dublin. '
. These remedies wail effeetnallv cure Liver Rna.
plaint. Jaundioe 1
naint, Jaundioe-l'ys- I .. pepsia. ..Chrooio
ervowsH-D e bi 1 i ty ;'
Chruntc- Diseeseg of
the- Ii idaeys, and Ml i
derad Lirec or stoma.
thKiddeys, and aU diseaaat aris.ni lroia-aidisor-
kCU.
Z.J1L
1 '.;'i'i;n,i-a
I -!r..i Liiir. 'j
!)
as Conrw
! ) ui . i'u ' ' patiocii irrward -'
, ,.j,i .." Pilef.i F ullnesj of-i v,,;;...t
, ; . Blood to. tbe Head, " .-..J
" '' ' Aoidity of ; trie Stomaoh. ' '
? .1 ' Sansea, -Heartburn, Disgust ' I
j 1.,- for Food, Fullne-'S or W eight in the
"Stomach. Sour t Aructatii-s. . Sinkinar
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
.Breathing.! Fluttering .a tha Heart. Choking or
' SuSocating Sensations when .in a Lying Posture.
-I AJimnesa oi vision, nots or n eos oeiore tne
Sight, rever and Dull Pain in the Head.
.'Defieienoy "f PerBpiration; Yellow hobs
. I n;- of the Skin and Eye. Pain ia tha ii-
! ... . . Side, Bank, Chest, Quo. .at.. ... .
:! ' r Sudden Flushes or Heat,"- "',
;. : Burning in' the' Flesh.
' .1 . m F Constant lraagin- i :-.;il .n
; i. !,... i- ,ingof Evil, and ,,.i!t-".?A ...
, ,.Ii- .i .t' iloB r.
.- Spirits, k - "- ' ' '
; The are tha Greatest and Best!
?LOt7D JPBiFiER8
'Ever known, and will cure all' diseases resulting
-.from bad Blood. Keep1 your Blood Dure. Keen
your Liver in Older f Keep your digestive
organs .ltu a aounav. ca beiltby oondition,-by
jn" use oi tuese remedies, and no disease will evi
asaay yoj. . . . r,
aS a ; : 5 1 t : .j (.:.- I i 1 sJ r i
;YYeaQ and Delicate. Children
'Are made itro'riebv the nsn'o't Alltiir or tti.nrm
ediea. - They wUl oore every cm of .MAR ASM.U8
without fail . . ' .
j TbouSaede f 'ceTt1fleirl $ae aecumnfated In
tne nanisot tne proprietors, but spaoa will allow
of the publication of but a few. . Those, it will be
observed, are men nf note and of such standing that
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
SI Ji f '3 l . i ft
- OP PEnVSTl.TAnriA':: ".'
j I ' ,SPEa!K3 FOR THESE REMEDIES.. .
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
ii i- i---. - umonyi
, -.T -..i.-- . i : I . ;... . - . - i ' It it - ' '
HON. G. W.' WOODWARD.
- . ,.if... ... ,1. 1. I... A IJ.
Chief Jnstica of the Supreme jCourt of Pennsyl'
vauia, wrii s : ,.,..-
' PtTTl.lnvi..mi ' ll.n 1A lflV
I findHoofland's German Bitters'' isaood ton-
ic, useful in diseases BJ of the digestive or
fans, ann or great Den-, um eat, in cases of debit
ty and want of nervous action in the system.
: j Your truly. . cf G&O. W, WOOD WARD.
'HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
Ii'. i .... :t . . i. - . -
Judge of tbe Supreme; Court of Pennsylvania.
' Pan 'inwrmri. i..!) oo l esc a
f AnnnAW MHAnr1anr1.lla..n.n W:. i...
a V"i" iviui auvuasiu budiiuou J-ribtrjia ' tj V tklUol
ble medicine in c-.srs of attacks of Indiaestion or
L spepi v 1 can certify tais lm my experience
w u xoure, wibUitMpeci. - i
i i : t ; 7. a J AAIES.TH0MP30N.
HON. JASa.ROSS SNQWDEN
;Prothonotarjof the Supreme Court of Pennsyl va-
i . Philadelphia, Seri. 14,1867.
' '"Hootland's Gorraai Bitters ' is a verj ueful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It m not an in.
toxi atinjf drink, and may be used beneficially bj
wvtauuux tu ivo ueuiiuiiv uuir, -
. JAllEa ROSS S.NOWDEIT.
OATJTIOW.
"- Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfoil.!.
KMih,rii..0;.n.,nM mwmi n r .1 ai'l-nv
.......UUaiSua.iiii. b vi y- "ivifcuvi
is ii. me wrapper ot Bkav . eaon nouie. AU pu-
PriDeioal (IfncAAnrt tfnnnt.AmrrVl the Op.m.n
iuv b'.uum.viii
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia, iV . ,V. ,
CHARLES 51. EFAN'sl Proprietor.
Formerly C.-M. JACKSON A CO. -
! -n j v, iv- . ivll
.A
Hoofland's German Hitters, per bottTe.-;.'! . ,
;.-.ti
ft Oft
Hoonana's Herman Bitters, naif dozen. ... 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 SC
j, uuiiie,ora uan ui.t-ii im
nu uui lorgei 1,0 siniui... w oil ui. ariiigie you DU
n order to get the genuine.
JOB SXAf AEL -DWGXflSTl
Ji and Dealers in Medioines.ArAry where. 8-lit-
jyt-dw4i goowlr-
'V .'AV.l la::'-v.-...
$1)10 latesmari
j f PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY !'t
RICHARD 'NKVIN8.
, E. B. ESHEUiTIASf, ...
. C. K. 1LOOU, . I
I -:
COLUMBUS. OIIIOl
WEDNktSD AT ItTOKNirVG, - - NOV. 25
The Republican Press Alarmed
by the Inroads of Labor.
1 The Republican press.is wonderlully and
fearfully made. Icassiimet to be tha vigi
lant 6entlnel upon, the watch tower of Iree
dom, liberty and equality, and, it professes
tofly at every .wrong with theierocity of a
tiger. It baa just- sounded an. alarm and
thrown the camp into confusion. :'A great
Wrong, viewed trom' its stand-'p&lnt, has
been committed, or is about to be commit
ted, and it summons its party to -arouse
and'erush it out frelenttessly. '' - V.; ';;
i 3y Congressional enactment!, U jias been
provided that eight- hours sjiali constitute
a days' work in the Navy Yards-and work
shops of tbe ' United '.StaVs;1 . tbitovVingr
this enactment comes a decision by Epe
Attorney General, hat for thesa eight
hours work, (these employees are entitled
io as much pay as they- heretofore received
for theif? ten hours' work.' 'Thes' laborers
are feW in number, and kdmitttrig tb.lm'
probability that tney , wouia. ao one-jiitn
less work than they did when ten JhourAil
day were required of themy the difference
paid them wobld be compafatiVe'Iy;anIg-J
nrtcairt..!) "lt''" i i 3:i pii-n it Ui'pi
j We are told by the Kep!uWlcanVress,'lh"at
this example set by tbe Government 01 iaj
jng worklngmen lri their. employ fen'hpUrs
pay foe eight bour& worki-wtll, lead ta dis
content among laboring men had ueehanics
ibroughout the country i 'that It will cause
wide-spread longogv with' all manner of
schemiBg on tbe pan of mechanics and la-
borCTKtft get Ihttf these places r that the
result wlllbe.ttatridiffe'rent workniey arid,'
loaiuereut tmecoanics, wu get -jniu- ineui
' througb political . man Irrulation.' ' ' '. These
faithful Heptiblicair w'atchmert' 'ar'ei'iiirri;
, Very, sure, absolutely ) sure,' ,th!t ' tbe rrje-
chanlcs and laborers, throughout tue ouu-
try will aofc submit to. b: taxed to AusUln
any-each' 'svstetai'bf arts'tbcTiiby.'V It ls"al:
leged," that all ' paid. .for over , eight , hours
work, when that is only the length of Ume
In which' worki'has beeu performed," U
crratuitv wrunz from the mechanics andTa.
borers of io country ani fbi&i, they will
Hot qnmurmurtpgly &ubinit to it loog. 1 -
We beg the Republican press to ppntlnue
tp talk In this-wayr It. will ppenjtue eyes
of the people, and show . them what the
Democratic preag has undertaken to con
vince them of, that all the -expenditures p(
the Government are wrung from theLr'jjoil
anfl iudustry. j Io the campaign justeniled,
when the Detnocratle press and the Demo
cratic speakers undertook ' W 'unveir'lie
iniquity of exemptipg from ,taxatign.,yie
immense capital hundreds upon hundred
of millions Invested ' In :?.,6ovlerntfant
Anjiiue mo , uviiucie ..yij it rfiiv;ii iyt?
drawing thereon regularly every .six
months big interest, the Bedtiblican polii-
ticiaiiB did what they couid to' cover it up
by assertions that,' the poor; meu. thef mje-r
cDmc8.,na jaoort-r jjaia .no, ttuces, q
that then rich an well to' do people paid
them -1 illy "but:1 when'- lt;:is's ;prb
posed '( to "V'stye' to'.',, tbj j.'j laborei
ana mecnanic wno.woric.on government
Vork a pitifaL increase ia theirtlaily c6nf
Dettsatrw,"the'Tn6nro.hsy
gcuticuicii a VCI j uut-u LfipiUi upu auu bUCy
set about giving oonspicuity to: tbe fact,
tlmt. .whatever sunt is paid ' these workmen
by the Government comes off other Work.
men in the country! The ' clerks in the
BerTiCc" of the Govfrnmen.t wort '.biit six
bours',a day., tnd they. .eef ye.. more 'coovi
pensation tor theate six hours services to. an
do th other clerks In ' the' United 'State's
for eight and ten hours services.'-'-The pay
for these clerks who du but six hours work
come8off the labar' and' industryof tfi
country. We have hot heard that this fat-
has seriously disturbed the nery as of. these
Eepubueau editors.
. Hundredsbf millions of the public lanfe
are given 'to great railroad porporHtlOns-
lands that; belong to the people and yet
the Republican press these vigilant sen
tinels never once Awaken and sound tb
alarm that this is an indefensible wrong,
Millions, upon: millions -of dollars 'are
squandered yearly on Freedrnen's Bureau
in the South, on the pretence that they are
9cessary to. protect, the .Hegroes against
outrage, fraud. And thievery," but In reality
subserve- thc"partisan"end3 of 'the Re
publican party. The cost or these "Repub
lican hot-houses is collected from the labor
and industry of the country, in one form
o'l taxation and another. 'And yet the' Re
publican press. discover nq wrong in it,
. On the Shoulders of labor, industry and
enterprise of the United States"! tjb'rdwti
the additional taxation "caused-'by'the great
amount! of capital investpd in 1 Bonds going
scoct free ot taxation. This, the Rfpubli
can press justifies as right, as in accordance
with the requirements of justice, of law
and ever!r thino; of that sort. ' It would seerri
that the 'Chief? end of ie'gislation, n the es
timation of Reppblican journals, ghould he
to promote the interests of ap4tsl -ana
build up huge corporationsi--which grow
ridlr and - insolvent UBon' the 'Industry oi
the great mass (of the people who work
from be tore the rising of tbe sun .until
after the going down thereof; and that any
movement on the- part of these toiling
masses to mitigate their hardships, and, to
surrouod-Ahemselves with the comforts ot
life, should be crushed out bystern reproof.
- l- '-(;
i
i
by the Inroads of Labor. The Journal and Negro Suffrage.
1he Journal has an attack Vf -Negro Sun-
frage.. It states that "just two years ago,.!
some six or seven papers, which, it asserts
are papers "of transcendant ability in the
Democratic party," and ;inc.ude. all the
ablest Democratiq journals in the country,','
" pronounced for Negro Suffrage as the
only salvation of the Democratic party.
These journals , were, not, backed up by
tbe Democratic party io thus attempting to
strike down the' political barrier which
eparat( d the two races. The1 Souriicil says
the! Democratic '.partr repudiiitedj'heEf
organs and. their, statesaianiikeH views
with scorn' beeause they fckad oofther the
wit, the sagacityj the enligrite'ned'liberalf'-.
"' v. '1 : .'. .1 "
ty nor maniuiesa,f o assen.'-.to. wis course;
hat it was ''unable to rise above the vulgar.
brutal prejudlce-which- leads men1 of low
instincts to fear' and hats' the Negro, be
cause nw admission W uit .ciociivo Iraq?
chise would endanger their Only claluilo
Pjrlprity.". , , ,;M.;3n
.Wfecan not oaagiue why. .the , Journal
thuslberates the Democratic party. If the
opposition to Negro Suffrage were confined
nly to the Democratic party, iNegr6 ISilf-J
frage by law would be an established' fact
in Cbnhecticut.u'Michi'2aTi; 1 Missouri .aiiil
6moL"Ta all theso'l3Utes',&hereih the lie-'
publican majorlt hlnot.1 frium Dhant. tl a
proposition to obliterae''the';61itical dls
' ttrictfoh between the Whrtfes''ahd':BIace
' waanverwhnlmlnn-1 ' I'm
.. . ....j ,iiicii uuwoi a 1: en
it follows, conclusively, according; to.tho
Journal, that a very large rortlor of tixp.
Republican party Is animated by a' vul-gar,-
brutal ' prejudice on this? -ana- "
JeCt 'Until1 the.'.oiirnoi;,; kbail hav
convinced, ;.1UV O.wr, ( party ' memoirs1
of, the right! Hlness ! of Negro Suffrage
It has no right to charge; that the - Demo'
cratlc party has" "neither the wit, the ek
gacity, the enlightened liberality, northe1
manliness'! to deal' becom'ihglx, with .tb
Negro." ' At present the betnocratic. : partyj
holds that, white people have some interests
that reqaire' looking after ,-and that nntll
thesd interests" shall'have keen 'orbrjerl'v'
Cired.fqrandflntiliiiii metplaVnt-we
-., mw.v vmw, m vt 1.1 iiiuc ua iJ alUUla; Ji
voter oat of the l Negro the party wilt
maintain Its present position, 'Jhat, thit
Govejnnient.wa8 founded by j White imeo,
to be-adraloistered in the Interest of; White
men by White meov: L'i'Wni ;i ti4d:irT
ti:i H ( 1 ,.i t. -js ofiv
Ohio Legislature.
. ?0..two Hohsesof .thVGenetlseri
My, on yesterday, passed' "'rWluttouaifeH
tbeihppolntmetot f CmtMbhlrsl'to' it-
notsyb tkkqmeasura' )faJfll.',Jl4
cattle plagpeiBsd ith; appointment x&M
Legislative committee to reporter1 thV
best rneaoa orgaartUag agairisl thtt evil.
ila' Benat;nraolatib0 rerei paasedlfin
ralatida; V tteflBeeaej of Senatqt1;. tHii
rahe'aisfeu'ssldhhtch'fqwe
werje Jnade by sSenatote. CoHtTj HUTCaTB
soit kBd .Bhoottsi highly and JtistSy euIoa
gistiq pf tjie'deceased," ,,l';i'i" -'-ni.I
' An attempt .Was ade' Iby s if t-oqie,
woaxa;to.pa8si.wet ofreolvg,4ttwlatJoQ.
to the. death or laxrGovernor rr, Jwteh,'
as they were dfawri up trf g partsajii spliTLf
Were referred' iq k. Wn&lfe!$'r$Jteni
Into decent 8hape.,t'.lv'J irii innoiMiiv
JThe-Houspassed a foirre'Jsoluirotf fcr.
thokdjouroment ot'he'
day j. Wednesdavj & mei jga,i9,fli, h sik)
of January .in. lfamto Shalj-teoluaoari
was laid too ffie'Mbte awa,Bkl'tTlf'pecl
order for 1X,0C
cussion 'it was stated that if the jojoir
committees. 1 raised.4 A fi-repatrCf Adti .tite
situation ' of 1 the ' 1ae''u'llrrmfteaolrft
Jthe Central i'JAitkj
i di'tioh of the building, in tioixMipa .
jbill makngUbfrjeeemrypptMittr
j the- Senate -wotild 1 pastf f e 3ouity fteh t
iresoju'tionpxhwitb-lf
a4qpted as- iooB M these berevolentobjcur
caa" be sWourJ. ,nv.H ,i7iaj ,xoil
i-.t-j-.'
News and Otherwise.
- ,
j Mrs. Colfax has dark haicrvj-trfjy.P-jeyes.
.s j:!aa no svasj
I SACXBTTlfw playing. Fatstaffi hf ierrioirf
nitii ,'i -io'J i-'i 'is''Ti"rS ,X'i31 .sii-?-iK oJ
IV.lO .t" r,J Jyw aid' IO ".'fllMIKill'Jl atil ml
Donm Piatt lectured at Sidney AfondAyw
night. .X-TOAJ1 3JTTA0 m
OiWiiGfaTrrhas'trotbaikWWwhltrg
a 'alri. ' ,: s'.iJ'iuiMiM liii'ii a 10 Jn.m
i 1. . ",-titKl. 9l"a ili3 biAun oi noijam
Xjhebjo were .eighty-bheaei dsaths ilm: St.-1
lLiuU last week. ,.ni:3lu-ii
1- a,lih!rv,T-10 oZ'.n .(, .11
atob, jioRxoni and , family haviirn
rived ioi Washington.. ni Vi mxiH sril
. ' o' 'i'l.til-.iiimjfvi? Krtl
1 Ckjccsat; Is threajienerl with, smau-pax;,-
to a considerable extenti'iini,:-.-! -u8 s.lj 01
I Wontri'?. farina 'qspital t
Chicago bV&lgtftj&m 'k'"" '
fPBT. WArjt JodiarraibMidHiWedJtB
j population ia the last seven. years!; J i.-Lto
: 1 THKlumohle8WChl6a4t'1fltl3' year
iHtiuuiireiwiinnii Iiioirsvy TOI3' y
, Wilt airjoBrlt : Jj !tf bdfat! 'pxty'fi&j-
1 Jnirri
abpufc-ii
J 259 persons wbowrveS'atrVdol.tarti6t8,
1 ! Fbqm On&oiPMStm Mfe'BMb1'
' ibsu fe iw0 tbchtan4 baahets hre jturaeoVouS If
dallyjTq sJJ no a'Jimmou lu to Wri'mxr!
j TJiB. Mhpb,igar4.,Tre8rlr7, jit ,.th
end qO.tbe yean. wiUaoow a surplus of IV
' iOO.OOO;1"1 Imi Uf'.'iioX aril hi Islttvib- m:i
1 i i j -J'f ! '' f)?Tt-n Imii ( f '1 ; w .n ii! cA
1 a en personsare.jtiDetrteqtiforeyOa,
Warren county .rppqB,r2eafpr betting
jK-th.-filWiWimo-. mil inuil s-..KYX .llf
' A'Bosrroii afadreW'd'Idrib'ffiDiMatwii
i6live'togars;Sg
alien uouaa upuu lb. .noil
j O'NEiLt,- Pbwers and 'Ree We Kwsen ti
' Iy helped out or Wyonling, TerMoIylJhtai,1
eternityy hntog, -'u .t7w
-Mi."AiitH Baowsr, at tha adwanced agj t
Ot 103yetfr3.'aiefy last'TtafstjiWW'tW.
.CiacnuatLlbfirraary. lma MMtiUi
S SoMrhoov Vaatg- somebod v'else' totakw
Time by the. forelotfc'.f"'Wffl 'Time1 ltaljiluI
that this pay be dqneJj,.,;;,,.,,. ji wi
I Major JAME.BoL'3B.K,i!of (Maryland, has
' beei appointed , and conftrmed Super-i
'visor of Internal Revenue for Texas. H ,tK 01
' ! K& Kluxism fs now-" safa' to i:be,rprttfy t
, ... M It J .t t
i pasV lh Je,n.ne5see
dtibnrtniideylcev;n;
mucn a xoing.oi me;, j
like all' Radical eleC
: Tit Prbbat Cotrrt 1 of 'CmclnjatKiSw'
.week Issued '53 m'arria' VcenshU?
burial permit wer Issued irqm'he, Bealt
iOfflce.t n.ii S JiiilJ TKjuVI i 31 hinlll lf
amefldment of. theNaturaliZAtiqAi lawSJ?9 nt
as to put foreigners m probation of, only j
one year.,. ,x T.T
! Geohgb B-'locHExrliTr', of rhtfadelphiaj
Is aa affectionate 6oprAi4awv,,QniSuuftay,-,4
riiiight he mnrferedMa17ll.HUi9hl8motur-1.rT
-r-tn-.ra. , n! t.. ..v.iif-
Tjj pouo,try has-been popped, byj...teleT lo
rap II bUMsVUwt: ivv-.ajt j'wwm" ..'...
on SontfayagaTnBP itoCk gambliAg;" W w"
it 11 iJ ' iJ --" .BII-kI J- 1) 111 t iHKJTH !iiJO
that ftjoplt? ,-0 ,1,1,;; nf ...ihittf.raq
! Tiuj Alaska business Is to be.lnyestiita.trid
It is claimed that some loby lit. laotil mint
"couple of Washitrgtoa newspapets .mad
-good thing out'of lt:" 7 J i 'vs i.a ,. x,t m.
' UeiNNATi isjpuiea oyqRuui,A,lS,i3iii
ticiaasi and1 tha lOowiwieroorf'sayailhat tpeiiiA
.ufctf .fflirt.Pi aWover as- Jbbi,wa8;wtta"'0
running sores of cqrruDtiqnfj3 . ',., Brlj M
V. We misconstrued the views of the Mercetsq
VJiuiity i3tu'ti"A . .y"- i; (T-i ,77 MX-J
Iative j axljqiirpmenUVIt . .fa.vqrs.'.quru-,;
ment uutil thelst ot Eebraaryj !.(; io v!d
iiiinored'toernsolTes.ia the election. ofHdrA.,," )g
French W. Thornhill, Speaker'aud llojr i-,
Ai .T WaJliBpeaker pro "temlj! ' ''
" T Ta"" s..at trv innmintacinnOP rif T?(r!fl- , .
XJ AV. l'lflOlilsti WUiUiiociwuv vm J ,taj
tration for FrAhkllrf ' eoanty.rTtribWseeVd
iwhile'lntto act bt'iteantig eross-tlee5 'was-'0'
. tjti I TAii 1 '' - '; iv 'in i 1 .1 um
hbt deact. Ue was a nice officer,,,,,, ..j rli(ii
nu aMh iretv to- Rioh'rrmnil
,; V lAl Br -W luaa-A.
.oni Friday fo'pfefeldet thf fall, terra f the;
Uriited Slate's Circud!iirTSt.r j't notj X--,
peeted that Jeff- DaviA'-.tj-ial wUAcoma off.. .
wTm'Ctoetnmu MbuOrer BtrohfilylnrgeS' ' -j
tha holding of the lemoaUc;dw'tP9n.'i:li;-it.
vention pa. the Sth- pi JanpatyIt.want a,,
laTge.assemblege ,qf L?wocr,ortha cT,, j
caslori, 80 that its iteiiberaUona willcarrx:ii iv
Sh thera-aiprt."-,-
Th Cinarnin, CtoPwiaeroist Jippes. that Uawunsl.
raiiitAi r . ). will co litlnua: eesstba aa ,1 -i
theie i pfenty of busrJriess that!xiee'
mediate attention. The OJonal.
pa jtue owicr iiaiiu, u.D n " in.
qurrients;aft iflsqflnjraj jpjfla' .-,!
rAa.aire tnat ic snouiu remaiu iu esgiutiA'iJriot'.'i

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