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ARCHITECT;7 -
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fm Architeat, CiU hngineec. As. v;
' Office over the MatioaaJ Kxcbanie Bank
f ATTORNEYS-
D1 SWiHIIk
I JK.ASEK HAH, .. ,u-f .in.
15 ATTOKtiEJ S AT LkW ... t "
Office, Bo; 68 boath High street, Ambos Bolld-
JAUIE! G. BUtL, Ki:fi4nV':"
ATTORM K 1-AT-LAW ifATOS,-'
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Ll ATTOEiHEV-AT-LAW A Notary Public .
.:..' an; Office in Fersn's BaildiDH.'
- ATTUBNEVS-AT UW;1
UOmlce 6WT elh ikta street, Ambos Baildiac.
AUCTION . AND COMMISSION,
fje AweMesweraad Dealer ia Br Estate Hons'
hs WnaslSt (Jtnthiac aad Aiatiu-i; - 1 f .
. ,.. ; A'o. I West Broad street. : -
BATH r. ROOMS. '
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j- i paroer aaa .air ureBser. - UQEaoa -014,
BOOK BINDEHS.
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O iiook- BrmJere 4sk ! itook . Sahafactiirers.
friatani and iablishers.
Or n Willi Jlnr.
BOOTS & SHOli-S.t- n
Wh wVILLIA.-a, AjeJOy ,,. 51 1 , .
144 Sent- High street. -'J ia. receiTed, an
lecant assortment. fei stjrlas, low prices. La
dies, please call. JJ
. I bftOHIttc0.sr, ., , - . r
-Lr-'rthe noted house for good Boots and Shoes
aA'JPW prieea. wtetoekruKreoeietj
. 1 ,. ,.,,' , . .. 7S Soaib tiighatreetj'ir
COAL DEALERS.
Mil '
Tk4BllSHf Sr: (TO . o
IX Dealers in Pittshargh and OhioCoad.
AlSO,
Coke. Drain TUe and oioue Sewer fipe, .... ,
' ; " ' ' r' 'So.461 o.tfi High street.
COMMISSION; MERC HANTS.
T T' .-TJH"i SON. '
Ale Cooiuiuaion. Forearding and Produce Mer-'
oanu, e lera iuAkmq, i lour. aj w. Uread
sreejt. . , ..........
i CORSETS.
DBS. HA UN iEAA JO., 1 .
Manutacturera and Dealers in Frenoh, Ger
inaaafid Amerioau torseta. Also, Uuop okirta.
,1 !;. 1 i 'fii; 9a pera louse.
m CROCKERY,- &c.
-t-
WlU. a JbA,'A-V - -tt '. i w "
' W holenale : aad Retail Dealer in. China.
?uermsware,GukiS, Piated Uoods, Lainpsand Lamp
ixtares. 1 ' ' ' ' 46 Norm High street.
CS a. fMlr f'-j- "
knoerter and Wholesale and Retail' Dealer
in Crockery, Coin, Glasa, Cutlery, Plated Uoods,
Coal Oil Lamps, uv ; ' . ......
- .1 -.. . J . t, jag sout High street. 1
JiEJSTISTRY. .l,!.';
I Tit??.
v
' '" ' ''-' 6.18 East Broad street
Wtseato betht&se.'i . : '.
JVn"ir. sjfJi' DENTISt--Tbe beat styles
'of Deatiatry, iooluding- Dunn's lmprovea
federal Pkue. IJ-iee, 1 aaaMl Opera Bleek. -
dry goods, r
mmm. , . a. . u, - - -
VU U-aers-i aryGuoa, NortorJs.- G-rptts, Qil
Clofhs.i MatUMas, ahadenAhaug Aapsi aS,l un,
1 ia
Q aud Friend
JO. osu-lN A: Vs.V :!" ' ' '
'14 South Hisrh street.
Carpets M-tUoga,Oil CpMs,Wuc(aiaiiSta la and
f ' " 1 1 1,- 1 7
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XX; j irhotessifc and! Ka.i-.il TWern WatapWinaJ
Fancy Dry Uoods, aud Aianutacturers of Ladies'!
CkmUB. ' ' IMS. Highs'rect.
aney iry uooqs, , , ... .1 ,1
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A?M .- A tJcK. eaah dealers in Dry Goods and
-jafVBSrK.eiiHi fouia street, no
AiTlKS IS ACUM "ON, 1 '.' : . ,
tWholeeale' and Retail Draler in Drr Goods.
fugkUBiiiiildif. horn lis and lt South High
Ac Ml-tVIN.-'i -r--. l;M-ir
XV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
uents'suxmsnins; iouo ,oajMeii uoom.
I a.4Jsttll', 4eeA -c CO.,
i; Asne wtaplaaiid Faasv Dry Goods! ) 1.
C. tic A Alr; k flt t.,- .
V Foreign and Domestio I'ry Goods, Cloths",
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1 "DRUGGISTS. !
1 Vitroi' iKiji vi Oat;. ,.,
U .. , ..JOUH a. BEETS,
lruiaj jsndjAuiecary
154 North High street.
IVI
lwSeothHigpat.UuiamDas.o
.AA W kvteealaand Retail iirugaista. and Dealer
aiwinnuct aieuici-es, tli j ,. .... -. !
' - " 44 North Migh street.'
engravers;:;::
3' rl-n-S
91n' t;
DesigoersvA-graTers and Pablishers, Nota
ria .and other seals engra-ed- to order.
Nos. 1U7 and lua syh High street.
- !? r;; TURIvITURE. &c.' ,T, .
rwLUlaBllSCABiaETtO., '
Kj ktanutaoturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal'
rt is Satniture. Cbairs, Mattras-ee, etc. '
A ; Ao. Ml South High St. tupera House).'
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ssssa vrHNltrHE CO..' ' ' ,J
., -mi r.r.nt Hratels a Furniture. Wholer
e and Retail VV arerooiustt, 7 jtnd" 8 UwyniiC
HOUSE FURNISHING.
-Ill 1 ' . -. ' '
L"" ara ,4!4 K w.) -
J!mj Dealer. in Mantles.'' Stoves' and House Fur
mshtax Uuoos. Alto, Tin. Copper and Sheet Iro.
Witi.:; :;':i-I; J -n ast Town street.
A!
iEN8 a rsjAKT, I " . '
m. tkiub. rat didi wo cs. Slant 104 , urates
" an HtaM. I 1 11 . 1 .
v.fr . .,vu, nwrva kuu i.uuw
sua South High street.
a ttTON, I'AILOH ic HUFF.
i. Dealers ia Hardware, Mouse Furnishing Good's;
siarDie am ohm abuw va, mww, ou ves. riot AM
uroaoee, Ac. North High street.
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HOOP SKIRTS.
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BUSINESS DIRECTGHY
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
P. aXTE-Lf
11 1 u.;i u St .
onerr and Fhat floods senerallT. oecial Affent
f the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. ... Mo. 6 South Uisa street.
HATS & CAPS.
ifB. in. in. lmjf,
VI (Successor to i".. saf.) Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Furs Tffffif tijUy
HOTELS.
aTATlONAL HOTEL,
1.1 Opposite Depot,
H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
niTtD ATES HOTEL,
Corner High and Tora streets.
&.3TUV0US r, Proprieton
tj bTTLKK HOU1E,
Jl Corner Fourth A Friend sts, Commodioui
house and extensiye stables .
Jj. A. iSOWEKS, Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
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Wl. JAMISON,
Agent, tiolumbus. O.
EWKIBK miLTEKBERGER)
GEN-KAli AU-JN T Security Life lnsaranea
ompany. -- -.'
tTOHIE INSDUANO-eIrIaA4 J
XX Columbus, O. apitai and Assets, 49S,614.7.
YV . J. M . fiAU rt, r-ec y.
1 Office, Nos.B AT Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
w . MinnoKa.
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
101 S. Hieh street. Opera House Block.
.. ., n.iurniiiiii
Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim
niings. aovOT JSorUt Uign street.
fj e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines na fancy unoae. iwi nouin tuto street.
MERpHANT TAILORS.
SCflSiailGIO A VtOHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Uents' Fur
nishing Goods,
No. 68 North High street.
c
W.N1SWASDEB,
-Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur-
shing Uoods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
181 South Huh street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT T.IILOHINO
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways on hand.
JOHN 11. MICKElVACi-fcitr JTT
Merchant Tailor afid. Dalr 4nrjrohig and
Uents' Furnishing Goods.
. No. 61 North High street.
JOHN HCNTEK,
MERCHANT TAILOR, M0 South High st.
'liqoice stoca: ot ij I ftta lAHtvcoivstAn yWtan
NEWS' liklElS.A
ANDKEU Sc HULL)
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, next door to Postothce.
: iriAtEO. itiiLinANN, . '
P fiews Dealer Bookseller. Stationer and Kind
er. Publications in both German and Eng ish.
S31 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
A NDHEVK) VfcKKS Ac CM. (TT f rJ
1. m is inuiac item ana iseaners m v rtting, annt
ing and .WlappUa Papers, S3 A 5 - drti Highjlt.
N VINS el HI V Hits. .
Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fin
rapers 38, 38 A 40 N or. h ri lgh street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
B
1LDW1N Ac M EVKNS,
ruiuiinraIiKS,
61 Son.h High street.
JJI. I.LLIOTT,
e PHOTOGRAPHER, 10T South High street.
rictnres maae in every style ana
D.
J. AKCHEK.
Photographs, Ambrotypes. uems, etc., etc
Wypes, ems, etc., etc
No. S3S south High street.
PHYSICIAN.
PIANOS.
JF. 11 AH KIN Sc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
Co.'s and Haine. A Bro.'a Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodeons and other mn sical instruments.
86 North High ttreet.
. woourfi'A-
Aaent for Chickerings and Emmerson's Pi
Also, Organs, lelodeons and Sheet Mofio.
SI South High street.
anos
RESTAURANT.
B
AIM K EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and Hish streets.
. r CHARUEX MkE-V Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
;a EI1A SEWlHie MACHINES,
X. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. W. P1MMEL. General Agent.
' WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Rl. l)l)Brl toJ
e Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Ptatedware, Spectacles, Ac.. No. 11 fca.t Town
Street.
(riA'l"k.8Ac HAH KINS.; ION,
J (Suxessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry. Silvei Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. S Neil Houre.
m A. Ac L i,E-O I! KK1.II
V Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks andVosralna- - 71 Mth-iitth-ave-t.
B
ANcaorr ttKos. tc co.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Uwynne Block. Town street.
REED, JUNES A CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St.
e W 5 t)pera Hwse.Tiafe( Diseases f the
Eye, Kar,Hear, Tbruat andnngd Alsuf Diseatiea
of Women and Children.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
MOTICE 19 11 1. KEB Y GIVEN TO
LN all whom it ma, eonoern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
Organised ana carrying on ouswess as an indepen
dent Banking oinpany at the city ol Cleveland,
pames," passed February 34th, 1845. being desirous
uf relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tLat end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said rttate of ubio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, 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 the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit- r of State of said State of
Ohio ior the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of I leveiand, aXJDe fa. id ,oty Ifleveand, where
said Ciiy Banff is located.
' Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, July th. I68.
LEMUEL WlCK, President.
; jll-dltawSm
NOTICE.
i BANK OF COMMERCE, J
1 Cleveland, May 2a. 1M68. (
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Uank ot Cosnuwree. antLaU other parties interested,,
that a;terhiexpi'aioh of ais month ftou this
date, apaiieatwo will comedo toAhe Auditor fjaec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the sb cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ot said Bank in pursuance of the fortj
first (40 stctitm of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 21st. 1851.
; JOSEPH PERKINS, President
; H. K. Hublbut. Cashier. may 25-d6m
j The Sisters of St. MarjV,
OT" THT rill 7 OX KTEC EN TTT T eT
1 -Somerset. Vmry wunty,- will open thirMae
and spacious building for the recptionof pupils on
the first Monday iu September, 18th. Kor Board and
t uition. $76, 80, 85 and tQ, according to the de
partment of the pupil. bR. Rt. Sup'u
A J . . ti- '.f.l . . . . , r
S. 8. PINNEY'S
D
ANC1NG ACADEMV IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON HALL.
For juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from 1 to S
V M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
HA LU.2H j r..t v w w -. -. .. -
FOK MALK.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
A. ad six rears' old, very haadsome, kind and
ruSt& a-A7Hi i-EYINS..
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APBRTWAiEHOUSE
APEItASEkOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the superi-1
V v IT of stoehef ,1 -- v rj jtt
JIIIT t
P4FERSAOT1 ALLTRlNDl!
iu t j. a.t;i, -in :.'j; vtoajio
Just received ndf sale by
.coC'l-io.r$
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IGH ST.
86 SS AO KOBT
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Our stock com pris as a full line of
i'!V.'l;i ;tl tM'.7' S-V.. ,T .TH ' ' 'fr.'7 5 'i -
Book. ,,;
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IPrlnt Papers.
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W lUTA fuU StOOlC Of , .
KNVEX'Ol'IiS,
jaWFs--swyS' Wsm Tal .JUT'. C'Wv-' . - i
Of all sisas and varieties, arhioh will be sold at the
t lowest market reteiv " ..
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Is nnaurp assedT4Be oity.including
BRISTOlOARD
CHECK,
mis'.v oiSvms v,-- . rt-tR srevi
-GULORED ofv ait kind.
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et5ITY 1 ADVERTISEMENTS' :.
NOTICE. Paving Notice.
v ini' ,-CiTY CLERK'S OFFICE. ' .-V-J
f 4. iOlTjottJMBCS. O...Oct. I. 1868.1
yotioafe hersev gi ven.that proe'eodings harebeea
instituted un vihe City Counoil of Oluiabut. lor
loaitiuf biie iotiuwit g iinprovements, tO'Wll;
Fii STadlns and "canine '.the nioaved aiitewallta
cutters and crossings on .Third, stseel from North
street to North Public lane: -..
; Also, lor-ropaTing the-sidewalks on tbe.eaatsie
of 'Front street from the northeast corner of tront
aaq i n oi.ca BWHI-Ol 10Wn
'Also rb VavrfirnTout- street from Sixth
flfcrae. k .Kavanth arrart. V a'.tv..
Also, tor gtaaing ana graveling , too roadway of
MetoMatreet front Hih street te Water street. 4
' (Alsr, loa neiiding a double row nag crossiiig
aurusr iitiuio streei. tin iu. east vine 01 11 lKn breet
Alao. te f urvev mod Stan a oar Hnuth . ati -tmt Faoai
East Public lane to the eastern boundary ,tf tba
lbs same to be done in accordance with plats
VflliM 'WDafnfamiiriur vl,T:tITll AB'
sin' cr. and filed in the offiea of theCitv Clark
Ull MAn.lain.;n !..... ( .. C -t.l
proposed, imprnvesients. ere- recurred to fits their
ciaiswi in tne moe-er ine uierx, to. writing; en or
oetore tne ruin day.; o Deceuiber A.rD.
m;! r t
golfSt -dltawew- x
-;irLWILSO A
- "n?TC e-l City C,lesk.
Paving Notice.
7o alt wtom it may concern . , i
Citt Clerk's OfficiJ
vri - T. .Co-OMBDa. t..Oet. ,' 1808.
Notice is herebva-iven. tl latnn a (ihnh.va Kaai
instituted in theCity Council of ColumbuB.Jor mak-
iui LwiuwisrtiiuiJTewiiu,Hrvii, . ..a
cur arvuiu luaiiuno uaii or rerry atree. zrom
rigu street to meoorporeuen-iine.
Also, for grading and oavioc the gutters and
grading ami graveling the roadway and side
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
iu v n nil. ni lot. no. ,v. -
a Also, for a double row nig stone pavement across
Mound street upon the west aide of High street.
' The same to ado e4nacenrrlance withnlalaanA
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, ana uiea n tne erase 01 tne Jity Liierg. j
An persons claiming damases on account of said
proposed imDmvemenut . are reonired to file thair
elaims in'the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
oeinre me f 11 taenia aay ot lecemoer. A. V.
IO , T ' M !-.:, ' . I -
i i---!-B WILSON.
I oot3dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
, . .
CITY -CLERK.'S OFFICE.
Notfees herebv si veri that nroceedinas havelieen
Enstitated in the City Council of .Columbus, for
aaaKins too luiiuwiiia-naproveraenw, w wit ;
For laying a double row nag stone crossing across
Center alley on tbe nortn side of Long street. '
1 Also, for buildins a double row flu erossina
across South Pablio lane at the west side of High
street. . . . .
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
across South street at the west side of High street.
I The same to be done in accordance with Diets and
estimates to be prepared byrhe City Civil Engineer
ana mea id tne onioe ot tne uity tiers. -
All persons claiming damages on account of said
Proposed improvements, are reoui red to file their
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
"wiwr.ii iv awenty-a itu aay oi Aeeemoer, A.- v.
UMW.
. wyil" u-.'! . i; g. WILSON. " 7
novl3-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
7bawAaai4
! - CITY CLERK'S OFFICF. (
! CoLUXBui, O.. Nov. 16. 1868.)
Notioeis hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in tbe City council ot loiumous, lot
makin- the following-luiDroveiuonts. to wit:
, For grading and paving tbe ui paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the westside of Washing
ton avenue from the north side of Hatten Place
the south side of Gay street.
Also, for repaying High street from Perry street
ot tne corporation line. . - i
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway of Pablio alley from Filth street to Sixth
street. " . . ...
ThesametoDe done in accordance wim tne plats
and estimates to do prepared oy tbe uiiy uivu o
rinoer. and filed in the office of the Citv Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account uf said
two nosed improvement", are reouired to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on
neiore tuo r ira, uaj ui u au uaiy, A. if. ioo.
,,. . L. E.WILSON,
OTldltaw4w ' ' . r- City Clerk
FURNITURE. .
MIOBAILBALK. OBARLXg 0. BKLLOWB.
O.T.U BUTLIK.
IIA-.M,. aELl.OWf & BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
oe. 816 & 818 South Hlsrh St.,
COLC1HBII8. OHIO.
tlAetr efems4e ilamufactory U at the Toot
Bouth ttrtet, on Ue Canal J
Their hn.lnai s ti-n.artinns. both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiacture
PARLOR. BEDROOM, OWINCROOM.-'HALL, AND
, - al I UntN rUHNIIlrlt -
f all classes and every desisn of superior work
mansbip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs
every aesoripuea, w aoieeale and RetaiL. - -
fobo-deedly
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p .mll iDRY GOODS.' ! '1' -
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ist&iv :?Z mums. isesi
,VTir.r: I'll. J;t I. .-.h-jmI I jm ?ti.' i !
P, CR A Y & CO..
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I i-M'in .r.'iil l''IH'U i'l JO -.:
NosS, 25, 2l9JS.UghStieet.
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tbsJLD INVtTF. THl? ;ATTE!Ti01
jVV': of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
and elegant assortment of
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1 ii. : Extra BiohBIsok Silks; ;. : -. li.-.
' Novelties in Faney Silks; i . ,,.( ,
Poplins and Empress Cloths; ", , . ''
; French Merinos and Cashtueresj' ''" ' " '
English aad Frenoh Serges) - '. "' I -i
Ohamelion Epioglines; . . ' . ...w"
I Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets'; . ...
' Novelties in Plush Cloakinn; ' ' - 1 '1
!' !7i Velveteens for making Costume;' ' '''
: Astraeban: and Chinchilla Cloakings; -,
Superb Paisley Shawls; .. i tl-i i
I, Cashmere and Broehe Shawls; WJ .,
' ' Point de Gase Laces, Cellars and Sets; ' , "
'. Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids; .1
i, Superior Wi iter Hosierv. . ' . ..., ji .
I ., j Misses' and Men's Merino, Vests. .. .,, .. ..
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.MOST, COMPLETE
' eV
't.rSXOCKr; ,. .:
IN - THE " CITY-
.a 'kit ?;9? -i;ii jnj
:s -s House Famishing Dry Goods; ?: .1 .
i Blankets, Muslins, Linens; - ' -. '
: : Bneetings. -ace curtains, loweungs -eate,
Also, -rimming auns
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ALL AT THE
VERY. LOWEST. 1 PRICES::
Merino Undergarments of all. trades and duali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a frxsh stock ef Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles.,,
oetT'-eml : ' GILCHRIST. GRAY A GO.
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iWGHTOS'S
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
t:i,
EXfRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO iJXTY .C
NAU CHTO N' S !
Parcnascfs of Dry Goods are. cordially invited .to
a.o vi'.. o11 an u uiub to - j.
JV E V
STOCK,
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dress1 goods t.. ............. .cheap i
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
8BAWL8J.:.h.........; ....CHEAP!
DOMESTICS ,0HEAP
E-YERVTHINO.-.-. .......... .CHE API.
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JATvIES NAUGHTON,
! , 118 122 Soatb High Street,
! noTll-dly-aprlt ' C0LVUSLS, OB1&.
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.'' CLOTHING.
;;v clothing, .:
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
THE OHIO
McrchantTailoring & Clothing Co.
JT0. 185 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, . ..
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Colnmbae, Ohlo.
A : SCPERBNEW STOCK of CLOTHS,
ta Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
s oreign and lKimestio. tor r all ana YY inter wear.
i GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both onr materials and onr wo:
to be in the height of the mode. We snail spar
no pains'in producing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found anywhere, .
;-; BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, -'
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.
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GENTS' FTJENISHING GOODS ,
In full lines, alwars kept on hand.
HEN KV MKISbi, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
' W . G. PeiRKS. Foreman. .
; pct23-deod3m ' ' ' '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing i Emporinm,
"N0- 220 South High St..
i . '. ' COLIIMBIIS, OHIO,
I HAVE JtJST RECEITED THl
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of l
French, . 1 v
Xntrlili and
llomestio Clotnss,
- Ja.taiAa-e, Acs.,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
stock of
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
... i . , JOHN HUNTER,
juSl-dly - 980 South High street. -
COMMISSION.
, WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and .Coxamisbion
DIALBB IN
CHAIN OF ALL; KINDS,
UUH, W19BI) SW,
ar T
Corn.W
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e 0., eto.
: " ' '. F F I C E 8
Near West En of Nat'l K Ad Rrldsre
C0LUVBV6, CB1Q.
febis-deodly ;J... .,. '
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j WHY - ENDURE
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Theeonfirmed dyspeptic may almost sat wAh St.
Peter, "1 die daily." The objecft of this artiole is
not to remind him of 1J his pangs.but toshow
him how tobanish them l forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
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i HOOFLAND'S
GfnANrABljlERS!
And it is for him to say whether he wilt continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself In '
sition to render life enjoyable.
OTINGf 'AD
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Of tha efficacy of tbis mstohless veg-table stom
achic are to be found in every city and town in the
United States bealtbymenand women, rescued
from torture by its use. and eager to bear
testimony to its vir- V 9 ' tuea It differs from
any otner enters in existence, in tins special par
tieular His not alcoholic. -
F'or such oonstitutions and systems 4, require for
their iuvigoratioa a diffusive stimulant.
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC !
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Bas been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between th.se two great anti
dotes, should be guide! by his own condition. If in
very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selee ion; bet in eases- where the emergenoy is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the speeifio rea aired.
Thousands find infin- f , He benefit from tak
ing each in turn. V There is no phase of
indigestion; biliousness, nervous disease or phyai
eal prostration to wbioh they are net adapted, and
in wuioh.siugly or combined, they will not effect
eure. ... .. ,,, . ., ,..,;, ,, : ,, , .
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail.
tnents wnich interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
r.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
ot tue ana. in snort, oeoome ai i-.-- , .
,.: ;.' .NEW ,MAN:7i'.
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Throngh the instrumentalitv of the most nowarfnl
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cai-
reetives' .......
BOOFLAWT txEHMIN .BITTERS.
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Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
Bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great ,
I CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC.
: -v.' . ) -ji.t IO I"-'! t ' - --
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the system, bnt
is tbe best known safeguard against all unhealthy
irjfliences. Persons whose occupations and oar-
suits suojeot them to the depressing effeots of a
eiose, unwnoiesomeatmospnere, snould take it reg
ularly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders whioh malaria engenders.: Inva
lids who are .!.). i
WASTING AWAY, V:
W-tTumt ny special tjonrtint. exceot apntdaal
rl-itlin-tinnAf Vkl II ti.n-U BnJ -.-. ..
will fiod in tba 13 IT- TBRS a fount in of
lUIltjr and Tigor, as refrejaioc and exil-
eratLns as a pool in laa desert to ti-e cand-scorcaed
and lain ting iraYajersv
! HOOFLAND'S ' . ;
GERMAN BITTERS
Is eomposed of tbe pure Iniees for. as thev are me
dieinally termed. Extracts), ef Rioti, Herbs and
Barks, makin. a- Dreoratioo higb.lv enncankrata
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
am
4 HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC
.....
Is a combination of all the rnirredients of the Bit
ters, witn tbe purest quality or banta Crus Bum,
Orange, etc snaking one ot the most pleasant and
agreeaoie reieu.it ever ooerea tortae puoue
These remedies will effectually eure Liver Com'
plain Jaundice, Dys-I I pepiia. Chronic o:
Nervous iDebi li tyt' Chroeio Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a disor-
oerea Aiiver or etomaco, ... ...
. . i.i ' -: such"""' ' ' ' '
: -u . '? ms ConnH-"" '
..i i , . Pation, Inward ui ! '
i ' Piles. ullnwbr. , ,. ....
Blood to the Head. '" ' '
Acidity of the Stomach.
I , - Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust ' !
for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour eructations, , Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,'
Swimming of the -Head. Hurried and uiffioult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Chokinz or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
u iimness 01 vision, itits or weos oeiore tne
I - Sight. Fever end Dull Pain in the Head,
' ., . Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness '
. of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the .
' '" Side, Back, Chest, Limos. eto ,
''i Sudden Flushes of Heat. ' '
; t Burning in the "Kleeh,.! i i ' . 1-
.Constant Imauin-.. j . ;:'
i . . ings of E vil, and -.
'" '. ."- Great Deprea- ' "r
i. " sion ' of -l
Spirits, ... ! - ;
! . They are the Greatest and Be3tV
; ulood xurtiiriEraS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver ia older. - A Keep your digestive
organs in a sound. sa be-tlthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will evr
assail you. ; If , . ..
Weak arid Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
witboutfail. - . - -
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in
the bants of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must be believed. ' 1 -
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THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
; or E?rwsYaTA.niA . : .
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
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Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tea
; - - ' timony t
j HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ofPennsyl
vania, wiitss s
' Phiiadblthia. March 18. 18ST.
I fiod "Hoofiand's German Bitters", isa good ton
ic, useful in diseases B of the digestive or
gans, ana ot great Den- a as etit in esses of debil
ity and want of nervous action in tbe system.
Yours truly. . GEO. W. WOODWARD. '
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
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Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. ,
j PHII.nELPHIA. April 98, 1866.
: I consider "Hoofland'sGerman-Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in e.ses of attacks of lndinestinn m
Dispepsia. I can certify this from my experience
oil I ours, wun respect, -ir
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Protbonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
( n. ,n Phtladklphia. Sert. 14,1867.
"Hoofiand's Germai Bitters'' is a very useful 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 all ago. : Ke pectfully yours.
CTJTIOXSr. i '
Hoofiand's German Remedies are counterfeited
See that the signature r ot C. 11. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. " '
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Philadelphia,!-,,.
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CHARLEi; M. EVANS, Proprietor.
i Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
' EE-II3S 33.
Hoofiand's German Hitters, ner bottle.
.! 00
. fi en
Hoofiand's German Bitters, half doien.
Hoofiand's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 50
per bottle, or a ban aosen ior ,i w.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE BY ALL' DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
iyK-dwAs arovwly.
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THCRSDAV JH ORN1NO. ,
, : NOV. 26.
Thanksgiving.
tbe
It -ath- pleasetr the President of
United States- abet the Governor of Ohio to
Call upon our ; people to abstain from' , all
seoulac work to-day, and with joyout heart
sln-p; psalms and reverently bend to -the Al
mighty,' Attesting; thankfulness and praise
for manifold mercies.,,- v (,
David, In his day, did rip theiThanks-
ivin buislness hand?omely. When Da-1
tid had made an end of offering the burnt
offerlnxs and the peace offerings, he blessed
the people in the name of the Txrd, and
then. he dealt to every one irif Israel,, both
man , ana woman, u every one a. iubi oi
bread, and a good piece of flesh,' and i a
ilggon bf tofne- Thus fornlshe6 the people
were tn a tetnper to' bffer hrythanlcs 'ad
praise'.' "A dry cruat, with- water to wash
It down, eaten in. the presence of .a cbeer-
less fire, is not' the thin jr to make glad' the
heart," and David "knew It.' He, tod, felt
happy. He had been much "blessed in great
prosperity. He had' been cbnr.med Kjng
over all Israel ; he had. taken unto himself
more awiy ea : At. . Jerusalem, and had begat
more sons and daughters." The lorti' bad
empoweredtlm twice to ititthe Philistines
to rout, by which ne got sucn iame mat aii
the nations stood in a we 01 hlrn.; , i i -i
David, therefore, had ' abundant range
ior thanksgiving but It is a "question
whether out people bava, cause , for that
sincere thanksgiving and praise that should
characterize ft day specially feet' apart for
that purpose. , War, pestilence; and lamlne
are not in our land. For this we should be
devoutly thankful. . The. earthquake, the
belching Volcano, Tihe tidal w&vtt ana the
floud, have not given us flestrucVtye yislta-j
tions.i .Joyously, ;then,;;lo.r tniit-W can
sing the psalm of praise. Tbe' eArth has
been zeneroos in rewarding the labors ol
the husbandman. Here, too,. Is cause for
thankfulness. . Bat, ithen, i: withal,, there
Is scarcity' ; Jn the money' 'market,
and4 trade ' and : enterprise'' languish.
The President, has been, elected " by
party . whose policy . of . leisla
Hon is te coerce e very thing to fjoerce .the
people into obedience, instead ol securing
that obedience through wise, wholesome
and humane laws and p-overnment: to co
ercethe States to yield; supremacy n all
things to the Federal Government; to co
erce the mass of the people to pay tbe .taxes
that should be paid on the money invested
inUulted States bonds; to coerce one por
tion of the White people. to be ruled by
Negroes. ; Herein It is difficult to discover
anything to cause fervid thanksgiving and
praise.' All who i can do sc- ;i should
make the most ot It. One thing. tbos who
ace. well to do should be sure .'to .o,, look
Around them and see whether within the
tinge of theii knowledge there is a family
th it poverty Is dealing hard ' with, and if
tlieyknow- ol such let them : make glad
their .hearts with' tfiat which, ViH make
them as bountiful a thanksgiving dinner as
was the loaf ot bread, a good piece of flesh
ahd'a 'flagon' of wine,1 In the day whe Da
vid distributed them among the children
of Israel, for'-'similarpnrposeJ A good
deed thus done may be ricniy niest.
New Scheme of the Treasury Ring.
Tbe lTeW: York Herald gives prominence
to a lyishington rumor, that the Treasury
ring are concocting another and aiga,ntio
scheme' to-till their pockets and: plunder
the public: ' It Is ; nothl ng less than to give
all the bondholders the opportunity ol be;
coming national bankers,; In otjier words.
it is to extend tbe banking- privilege. And
the profits of a national currency to all
who choose to combine and-deposit United
States bonds with the government 'and
receive ninety per cent, of National Bank
notes for circulation, as the rxisting Na'
tionai Banks do at present. , This, project
throws all .the swindling operations of
the Erie Bail ioad Company and other com
panies in the shade, fofTC amounts to wa
tering the entire national debt for the benefit
Ot the bondholders. Such a scheme would
seem incredible did we not know the un
scrupulousness of the Treasury ring am
grasping cupidity of most of the bondhoid
era. The bondholders of the existing Na
tional Banks draw Six per cent. In gold In
interest on their bonds, which is equal to
more than eight per cent, in currency, and
dirive a profit of six or seven per cent
besides on their circulation,: making sbout
fifteen per cent, on jtheir capital. This, too,
1 independent et-other profits on their
banking bnslness.t Of course the other
bondholders would'like tO'enjoy the ; Sam;
advantages, and may be preparing for 'a
movement In combination with the Treas
ury ring to acquire them.'
j It is Welt known that the National Bank
Circulation and 'privlleges('are very une
qually distributed throughout the country.
New Eoglapd h by far the largest share,
the South has a small proportion, and the
West, With all Its activity, vast business
and surprising growth, has not inorC than
a third of the East In proportion to popu
lation. It is reasonable 7 to suppose the
West and South will soon demand an ap
proximate equalizatlon'qf bank circulation
and privileges, and it ia not likely the Eist
will be willing to give up a portion of them
foj that purpose. We ', need : not be sur
prised, then, if a desperate , effort be
mada to extend the Natioual B ink-privileges
and to inflate the j currency in the
Interest of, the Treasury, ring and Bond
holders. The only' way to avert such a
scheme, to equalize the circulation, to break
up this dangerous NationalBank monopoly,
aud to save about twenty-five millions a
year to the Treasury, U to Congress to re
peal the act creating the National Banks
and in place of their currency lo issue 1
gal Renders. There need be no limit to the
number of banks in any part of the coun
try using .legal tenders only for tbelr cir:
culation, and no danger of their being ton
many, for the business wants'; of every lo
cality would .regulate," ;,thataThe total
amount ot circulation could be regulate
by Congress.so tbat there Should be neither
inflation nor contraction! ' Thus It wbnld
be equalized, uniform and permeate everj
section according to the wanli oi trade
Increase in the Public Debt.
It the Washington specials are to be re
lied on, the monthly statement of tbe Pub
lic Debt for the month ending the 1st ol
December will show' a considerable 'in-
. . . . .1 . v. . r '. , .
crease, it is siateu mo receipt- iroui inter
nal revenue for this month, co far, have
been small, while the expenditures of the
Government have been about 'the' same,' as
last. month,;' All tbis shows tbat tbe coun
try is not prosperous, i '"! 'I .i:. i- ,
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Grant and the Indian
Grant and the Indian War.
M Sjunderstoodinquajrters whertviator-.
mayon, on the subject is reUable, t.hat, peft
eTM GjRf NT. Ia a"a . approver, of .the,', sctjiud,- .
dr,Uywar $hatls beijig.'.waged,'.in fa in-.",
teres, of plunderers ;qf the.GQxeromeirt,',
against the jtndlans, in1.uich war Ustg
from one to two millions of dollars, kif
an Indian. .Most p his. tnoney' goes into
the pockets of a bapd.gp, jjluncJererp. aTbe
people the Innocent,' confiding "people
have to foot the bill.. . , ,,J
- nui.T- -.l ,ltlv
Central Lunatic Asylum.
'At' a meeting 6f the" fotnC'cbni'mlttiee ap.
polnted on the subject of the Oetwl Lu
natlc Asylum, held yesterdayvlhtf Tollow'i'
lgofflcelv!e eiecte: Hori.'KoBT
HrHrcHESOkj of Aehte'C!halfia; a!
Hbtti LAwftKivcs' T.' N .' secretary. ,!- v'
and Otherwise.
h Gin. Bctlbr is well; not slek.' -lur -ivr
"Wir-iT' iooksweU In Meigs Soity;; M
"Nasb't don't JiU expectattons way apwn.
east.'""' '"J '' ....' ;et-..tT..j
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TASERGAN's.DramatlcCojnbln-tlon is In,
Toledo. ,,.;,, 1iJ ;, j a a , .,1,,w
Thb Internal Eevenue law is again to b
overhauled.' . .jMi'maoi jKi rt A
7Tb preachers of Chicago Are discussing'
tbe 'theaters, '-''i '-"lun six .j- l-o-,ai
" TE,seed bf sugar1 cane has'tieea 'iiiadeV
into good 406 8 ,w" '- -' ''Ts
, Thr Is a pegro 18 years, ,plcl . jUiClaw,
county, Missouri,, M, ;.,'w
., Haim, the people ot Belgium are said lo
haveflQeduUon,. vnn ri.i. ;ti vwjiiiy
-iTBapeV rast week At Toledo was the qnt!
etestof the season J" f- i''.n n bs
'THKR-'Were only six burglaries In 2ae-
Tllle on SatiSray nlgnfj.
aies8 iprevaiU 4rivieksbrfJk)
cause the gas bill is not paid.
Col. Samuel LKT.cKRlate editor ot the
Lexington (Va.) Gazette, ).? dead.
It Js.said that Gran it, cuts' McCjUllcjfi,
Welles and Randall on the, street, ta lolno
1HERB.ihave -been' shipped if con Toledo
this year 12,689,000 bushels Of grains .tie
l'EMIRATl6N,''l'cpn8f0
weather, is on the decreas- westwr4jii'K
The salary of the blshops'of lihw EplscO
pal church is now $6,060 a year, each.
'Broom'corn is cultivated e-iiensiye.ly'irij
Virgmiaj-od yields $4tnet tn the acre.
t Wt thf , Republicans ,TJ0r tbeat-f .
ry, Pennjsyaflla at. the October elec-oW1
It's only the nephew of General Schenok,!
and not the General,' wh6 Is be married1.'03
. ..o r i.: . ,' : ' ... - .(. 'i :hio"i
The Young Men's Christian AaBoeutUon.
ot Zahesvllle made 50 but of 'two Of Mdr
dock's ecure.'J'i;:V'iiI'., "" "
I A totjno lady of Troy, NX cured hem
self of an affection of the 6ar't by'shbotf
lngherse.T deadr, r, am,ncit 1t
Whils in the act of writing an artiolai
for his paper,tne'edltor'xof t6e fnbtflr
Daily, Beview 'anllf.edji'ii'categ,
I. H. Hor'toK has' become business -sn7,
perlnterndenc and' tnanageV '.Of the Daytifo j
Ledg.tr. X W..Sharte is tfhdq up the local.,
The ZaneirteiSiffnarttllstbe) CoIum$u$
Journal ."an astute donkey i" That. 4:sv,notJ
complimentary to a donkey that Is astute-.
Mr. Sh ellab arorrs",' name has ' befn
nisntioned in,, connection' with '..pahlrie
appointment.,, That's as near as he will getT
into it.'-'1! i - i to 3.1 'i-n"I :!. ,i
More 'encouragement for bachelors sndr
old maids. , A, matrimonial, pairing has
taken place at odi. V Lf the mtn and jnsjd
each belngjsOv : -.? -uli -.m.-i.:'hi
Maby. Hayes, of Xpuisv,llre; ' JvhO'-is 'po
be tterh'ahe should W.hcquest of her
grandfather in England; ha fallea heir to?
$300,000 m goia." --i--- A
via l .. , i')l' i ,1-''J!IB- ,T'i',! i "1
. Job JsbfeksoMv the greatest.livlng ,"RPi
Vin:WMikl;"7is drawing Immense bouses:
at Cleveland.1'. Why can't he be Iritlucda t0l
' .;-vi'jf ,,t,!i,n.i .'i'.uiu .- i' .ii
come to Columbus? ,., ..i.,-.
Tb Irish resiflnW of Philadelphia In
tend to celebrate :Tlipnksgvinl,'iii; .Jfit'ljT,
a proeession, the participant irv blchj'it
. i3 sdpposed will number 15 OOO.'U'i Lc n iii i
At a party given In Lqwelr, .OhlfJ' if-1'
c ntly, fifteen or twenty -personal weref
poisoned by eating of bread, cakes' ad
pies made from fljur'that bad been pblson'j
r i . , .--i. ,!.;.;. uuiu.l
ed..:':.- ,X .l-ji.-.t .'.T.llyi ,,-l,-!lll,:l. ,
-A bimNGCHHD author says tbat'io. se-i.
lecting a wife seeithat 'she thews he'p'loprp
. well, and sets' her foot down firmly on' the
I ground when: she. walks, and you, are All
right " .';." "' " -7.:" -. .i ! joiriflta.
.The Republican papers generally apr,
;pear to think that more , money sboujd. ej
'. spenton the Preeidentot the United States
! and Presidential entertainments. i jTlie pe9-
i Members of Congress ."are' beg'lnpljngto
; realize that something must be done WltlK
i the 7financiar ritnatlon.!''It!':iwUt; l.tMotf
seeii. whetheri they ..have , .thflj capacity
I improve it,. . ;(.- t niinn s.'.ii'i'si.tB-srli
There, is great destitution in Stc onis.
The, Mayor hftS' already on hirlisf WqnlT't
log monthly aid,. 'foSrthsa
I com prising twelve thousand, men, worn eo,
i and children. ;.: -''n.-i: ti - i:t-. 70s ?i)J
'Abrahai BnRRE,'toTT the "las elewra ij
j years the foreman 6. the, ri J?eTocyarx
; and daily employed at his case for nltjsix,
' years, died at Elytlaon the 23,ila the rethj
year of hte age.' ;w - fulw.
! The Springfield KepubUc'ii the advocate;
;of an amendment to the United States Con
stitution providing for equal (Negtp) Anf-1
'frage in all the States.,.' .that's bot whak re'j
people voted tor at the late election! i ,,)
j Mrs. Ha-ot, of StXb'iiis, Vradly. beipeA 1 x
her hus.bndijyut o,rifpby giving!. plnV,'
)push that sent .him; out of a second stdfy
jwlndcfw Oh trJ the pavement b-nent-. Bh
imay'look 'for elevation hi cbnsfqupcC',',;
! Thb Toledo Blade says that merchants I
icomplaln -that It : is'; difficult to xuake i Cbl 11
lections In the country.' They voted1 ajt'1,th.e'
late elections that there waseuougu, money,.
in the West. Not another greenback would '1
they have;
Why complain now? 1
l:ll)i- i i.ii
-illlTl li'll.
I Governor Uayes wants a registration
law enacted. What's the use Of one? ; Te
Republicans .would not .respect '"the '.laws,
passed by ,the present Legislature to pre
vent Negroes from' voting and requiring 7
tStiideiife tootfe'iit' hiF,oy.nh?.ra'sAj;i',
About the year 1777, the following a.'., ,
mirable lines were Inscribe- ' over the door' '
lot the earliest cstab!!shed"ilfe' lnsnranco' J
ofllces in guglaad:,- .. , .. .. . ,? . . . "
" Come all you jolly Britona. whe love your, bloom-,;!
. ing wives. - i, . , .. . .... . . .
Insure large cuais of money uron our precious lives'.
So that your widow u ay be rich when you your- '
( selves are rotten) .-.-.i .- 1 'li ." ill:
And they may live in happiness when you are Quite t:
forgotten." . ,, ,' .... , ..
: The totat vote for President In Illinois at j
the late election was 449,434.'- In Ohio tba '
, total vote was 519,254 being 69,830 greater
than in Illinois... In 18C0, the total-vote of,,?
Illinois for President was 333.378. In Ohio t
' (t was 444.441110 065 greater than In II- ;"
llnnls. According to. this exhibit,. the in- t
Crease in the population , of. Illinois slncei s
1S( has btcti mXieh greater than in ObieC i
1 's'j-n.U '(liiii ll 3l:ltl "(,'ltV j '(.l.ldil.i.

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