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- Jb 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAV" !
ti' Offioe.Ho.W booth High street, Ambos Build-
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1 :'iAne . BtjLL., 'jJ "' ' ' ''- -
cJ r ' ATTOEHUr -AT-LAW MAYOR,
'. . . j -- - MajtfUfl5ee.
-7DWAK T. DeLANt,
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AtTTlHUil'-AT-LAW A Notary Poblia.
i . . Office in fara ' KaildiBC
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iiriLsois a vonouiir.
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' . ATlthWEl'S-AT LAW.
KCee '; oeih taish aireet, Aiobe Bnildint;. I
- AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
SEAL.,.
fje Aoctiooeeran4 Dealer in KetlEitate Hons
bold Uooos, Ulothinc and Kotim,
Ho. T W est Broad street;
BATHiROOMS.
''W barber an Hair Dresser. Hot and Cok
liatfas. owaieat foetoffioe it .ildin. -
BOOK BINDERS. V-
-e t lBtH tc 4.tA.t.JV
,?0 BookiBindtra lilaak iioaic JtanafactBrers,
, frintets and publishers.
Opera WniHing.
) I-.s
BOOTS & SHOES
, .. f V 144 Sontn High street. J tut receive
.'leiiaot assortment, jNew ay lea, low prices,
. io, please call. ' "
.1
I vtnlUKU Acv.'H . . . '.,,, I'
XJ Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoes
" aft low Druses. tAes btock iu&truceived.
South High street.
COAL DEALERS.
! pOKISN ft CO -'l '' ' 1
- . XV . Dealers ia Fittsbargh sod Ohio Coal.' 'Also;
j . Coke, ilram Xiien4 Sione bewer fipe. r
No.2St.vorth Hieh street.
COMMISSION .MERC HANTS..
... rxCHl SON.
Xlt Uommisaion. Fi rwsrding and Produce Man
i . Chants, doaLers ia iraia, Hoar, ao
straeu .
WW. broad
CORSETS.
T A .S Vft lbn A. CO.,
llaaulacturers and Dealers ia French. Ger-
Biaumuu AinoricAU oorsets. auo, uhip Kirw.1 -o!;.
, ii Kpera-House. ,
crockery;.&c; :
TUD:tsLTni , i
H Wbuiesale and ' Retail Dealer in China,
Queer.sware, Ulads, X'lated bhods. Lamps and Lamp
i iturea. 4 Nur.n Hign street.
- A . ftAt ,
Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealei
in Cracker, tnma, mass. Cutler, f tatei Uvuas.
) CusU OU lAuipa. o, '
3S9 Bouth High street. -'
.9 ...... ... . " "
i., DENTISTRY;
b! VV fc"'l'k - ' ' :f i i
ri;T. - no. lb Kast Broad street.
We to be the '
..,-4,-, W llDNJi, DENTXdT.-Tba best stles
, " Vie. ol Dentistry, including Uunn's linpruve..
fcinrr Plate. Office. 10 and 11 Opera block. ; '
JJKX GOODS.
-s ' . , -
C k.Ut.tHJ It CO., I
f Dealers ia Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oi
- Cloths. Mattings, bbades, UnU, Caps and fun,
-".'aufner H.ga SH.d Frreua streets. t " ' - - ,
tj S .! AS. oatSuAaFS A O , ' : .' I '
?.! i ' - 1 etcotb High street. ;.
oarpeta wlattings,OU Clotbs,t;artains, rjta leaou
1 Fapcy I'r.vtioods.
. l 1 ..1. 4 a . Ar' A It . .
" XjL e W holasaic and Re tail Dealers io Staple and
tmaer ajt ,buoaar ana sanuiaciurers oi Indies'
pluana.., , l-3d. Hign s re..
lvbit'l'it S . titsk bouusslottAi
"X r. Krum A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Uuods aad
AOU. BA, isu eva-ofeurcn street. .
t IlllKti KALbU'OK.
. U . Wholesale and Retail D aler in Dry Good-,
oaugntuabiulduui. ua and is- soatu tLgo
atreet. .
1 t.MiA SK UloVl.V ir
jLV- Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry toods aad
vueais'iwrnuibing Uouds. flo. fteil Huuse;
aU;uuil, (.us. 4c a.o., 'j i
VI Dealers in Btaple and Fancy Dry Goods. ' i
Ao.ttiaoBta oign street.
til . 'e SI Ha.AaS.Baa a. . 1.. .
i:A toreign ana Dotnestie Dry Goods, Cloths,
i us, M. S-o A 25. OfUtn High strret. . .
01 B.MBHHaMaaB
DRUGGISTS.
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t fctOT liHtlil S'l'OsAAv.
XJ iOU$ S. KOtfliRTS. :
proglistand Apotbeoarjr.
IS4 North High street.
- ItAMfLr; BltsOJ,
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HOLtSALBA KK 1'AlL DRUGGISTS.
mi ftoutn nign aw. tjoinmous, v.
1 . "IJatAli".. isu.s.sjak, As C.t
J. X-S W eoWsale and KeiaU Lruggists, and Deal ex
- in rropsiatuy Atedieines. -
p:t: ' ' - -, - 84 North High street.
: liN GRAVERS. " -
KlCSAAvaVAt MOOAE, I
- Desigaers, Lngnvers, and Poblishers. Sota
lial asni other seals engraved to order,
i Koa. 1W andlta) eoutb iligh street.
FURNITURE. &c.
: riOLC n utj cahi r tr i o.,
j'; J Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
: era in .f urniture. Chairs, siMtraases, etc
No. StOl South High St. (opera House)..
, XHlOFPafllTUUttC.,
i J, Uanutaotarers ol brat class h urnitare. Whole-
aala and lie tail VV aruroouis, tl, I and A Gwynne
i block,
TTrTTC3Tii TrrTTATTOTlTArfJ
; - AA.VI UOJUI A' UXlllluUi-llu.
'Uim. AsaiMaaOMs Ac ;. i
i JCi Dealer, in Mantles. Stoves and House I at
aishing Guvds. . Alo, Tin, Copper and Sheet lrq.
Ware. 17 tajt Town, .tree t.
AKJBNS Jk irtlAUT, V ;
House .Furnishing Go da. Man ties. Grates,
Topper, Tin and Sheet Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
.:. . " South Hih street. .
" a KTOM. T.tLOB Ac HUFF.
A Dealecs in Hardware, nouae Famishing Good',
Marble and Slate Mantles. Orates, St. ves. Hot Air
Furnaces. o. ... . -ju j,urta nigh luoet.
HOOP SKIRTS.
it
us', a-, is.
' Xw Manufacturer and W holer ale Dealer in Hoop
; Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zephex
and Faneytiooasi itwooum aiEuatf -t. .
1
HOWtEXSEWlNG MACHINE
tinnerv and Gaiuv-Onodl. aaDAnOlv. oecial Agent
for the oelabraaed Klias Howe ttoid Vledal 8ewing '
Machine. rrr-x-r- gih-Hisb Ktreet.
n m . ii !. i.e.. ,
HATS & CAPS. '
M.JII.JjAITF . , w
. I iSwresssor to t. LauO Dealer fn Bais, Daps,
tJVrJ
And HcrA Uonda a rlonth Hign -rtreetr"
.r. to- : ' " tj" lden Hat.)
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, VTAT1Q1V' HOTtX, ,
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PropnetoT.
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Corner High andTown streets..
- B. J. JiLOUN'i'. Proprietor! '
Zfe.TTL.EK IIOITK. .. ....
Corner' Kdnrth' A Kriend ats. Commodious
house and extensive stables. ... ;
. . ... A. duwisks, rropnetor, ;
INSURANCE.
itomiEcrfciJ-r
J snrac- Company
Anets. 16. 00 000. .
WM.
JAMISON. Agent. Columbus. O.
NeWKlKK Ac niLTENBEHGCRt
GEN feRAL AGENTS Security Life Insuranee
Company- ' ' No. 5 Opera House. (
TTOME IN8CKANCI3
COIflPAIV OF
XX Coiumbus. O.
w.
VUIULUUUP, o, auiiai bjuh aHsw, fiuwnaai
C. ..BAKER, Seo'y. - ' - - !
Office, Nos. A T Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
0.
. Miuons,.'
Wholesaleand Retail Mdllnery Goods.
191 . Hicb street. Opera House block.
IIHS.Ai'llOWllINf) ,
ml. it...-:. fc.:it : ii. m.... j rr;n.
Bings. ' No-AT North High street.
f H . WILKIC, '
fj e
Dealer in Millinery. Thws and Cloak Trim
mrnvs nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hi.h street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHX H ACSIKN Ac OHLLEBEM,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers ia Uenta' Fur
nishing Goods, i , .. "
no. oo niortn mgn street, :
CW.N1SWANDERV
e ' Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agentfortho Diamond Shirts,
. .. 121 South Hish street.
fHlfOIIIO neRCHKTTlLOKING
II A VLOYUINO CO.. 185 8. High sf. Uenta'
waja on band. ,
JOHBICIS.EBACSAJi,
Merohane- Tailor and liealer in Clothins and
Uenta Furnishing Goods. J - ! 7
V V - No. TJT North HiKh stieet
JOSIW MUNTF.H, . r- r . ' N
cERCHA"NT TAILOR. ISO Snntl.fTUth at.
iBtre stoet viotntnireowtantiy on nana
-NEWSDEALE
I
ANDMUWS Ac HOLLt
News Dealer?.- boelweUers and Stationers.;
No. BSSonih Bightreet, nex' door to PostoBice. ;
LIt)U. UHLITIANN,
X1 News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng ish.
231 South High street. .
vPAPER WAREHOUSES. .a
K tint v. Mrs. PCKHY it CO , '
Manafaeturars and Dealers in WritlngrPrint-
icg and VV rapping Papers, 83 A .95 North High et.
V.rt.fc itllf tit. -
Dealers in Priming. Book. Writina and Fina
-r'apers ai,S t 40 North High streeti jk V ..1
,.(ph:otographers.v,.1.
i V.V
BAklVlv Ac s'r.VKlVat v ' '--'M t
. ,V I'ilO.TOmiAPHhRS. '
" ' V- ' ' ' 8i Sou'h High sireet.
fd .PHOTOGRAPHER. 10T-goutn Hieh street.
Pictures made ia every style) and size.. ;
M-r rnoiographs,
s, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto
... P.O--23S OUUl
i iligh street.
.'V PHYSICIAN. .
mi. uwwn-ia its .
;A Bo. 8 Opera Housed Treats Diseases of ih
Eye, Ear. Heart, Tbral ani Lungs. Aiso, Diseases
of wb.iwn and VhiMren. - ' :
HI. DOWNK, itl.
i. I, ,i . :
J f: haukis Ac co., -,
Wholesale and Retail dealers' for- Lights A
Uo. ana-.rJamen A Uro.'s ptauos. Also .Oricsns,
Melodeons and other musical instruments. '
s .1 ' v . . " l i S8 North High ,tee!t, j
Jt,ej. 3WroOJs'i ".M-. i -.- i.'iv.T j
e Aeent fur Chickering's aqd.Emmersop's Pi
anos;uAreo, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Untie.
at Seulh High-street.
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RESTAURA'-t.v
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A.fX-e3LCHANer hestadkak x,
Corner atate and men Miv.ii, - '
.CHaRLEY AiYER. Proprietor.
SE WING MACHINES. -
".A rA StWiNC JIACHISES, 1
n. -The best io the world. Nos. 1 and S Opera
Hoose, ; t W.. PI MM EL, General Ageat.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
RSS. U) ttt .Ac IM0 . '
Dealer- in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
'iiedwre.- Speotaolee.;4o. No. U t-a.t Town
Ajitreet.
llATtMA HAhKHVUlOKI,
U (Successors to Wa. Blynn) dealers in Dia-:
moods. Watch s. Jewelry, Siivei Ware aud Spee
tacies. No. i Neil Honrs. j ;
F i. AL IE tlI.Kt.J'X, 1
, Wholesale and Retail dealers In Watches.
Clocks and Jewelr. Nt. 71 South High street
strictly; .wholesale.
B
AfiCnOrr HHOs. AtO., . .
n bolesale Dealers in Dry Goods and notions.
3 and 4 OwvDoe Block, Town street.
RfcUD, JUAtS Ac CO
Manufaotarars and Wholesale Dealers in B ots
and Shoes. No. t Gwynne Block. Town St.
v.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HtKKBV GIVEH TO
all whom it may corteern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and earryina on business as an indepen
dent banking '.ompany at the oity ol Cleveland,
Obio, under an act of the Ge. eral Assembly of the
said State of wbio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February Mtb, 1845. being desirous
ut relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tl at sod has. in pursn.nce of the statutes of the
said .-taie 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
Obio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe T re. surer.
Secretary and Audit r of Slate of said State of -Obio
lo the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of i leve.and, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City bank is located. -
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. Jaly th. I8,
LEMUEL WlCK.. President.
jyll-dltaw8m
The Sisters of St. Mary's,
o1
F THE grtCINC!, KECENTLY OF
rinnrL Perrv county, will open their large
and spacious building for tbe rec.pt ton of pupils on
the first Meuda.nu oeptemoo. wo. ro. nwuusui
I onion. 76, 80, (86 and 30, according to tbe de
partment of the papil. . IsK. B0E, Sup't.
Ad.ire.suox .ot ua.-uu
S. S. PINNEY'3
) ANC1NG AC ADKM Y W NOW OPEN AT -
NAUCHTOM HALL.
Foriuvebi.es.Satnrdav afternoon, from to S
P. M Gentlemen's evening elass at AM BOS
HA LL, 13d in.t., at 8 o'clock P. Al. - oot!4
rOH.SALE.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIS" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
sound n ill be sold low. ;
a..a?8-dtf hlCHARU NEVINS. I
HOTEL,
ST.JAiV.ES hotel,
.-- v Fourth Street, near Malts.
. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OENRY P. ELIAS, - - Proprietor j
-PHIS POPULAR HOt)SE,- -CENTRALLY LO-i
I ea,ted and eocvenient -t business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
oleoe for persons viai'iog tba citv. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in:
every particular. niyl-i-aom .
-rr
. . 'PAPER WAREHOUSE:
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PAPER WAREHOUSE
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The attention of the Trade is called to the superi
''' orstookof r!: '!
:i i"l 1) iti'ji-u! L i
.-.;: I.vni i
nj - ri.-.f -.t i I..-U. ,.'j.nf-ivi"L I
OF ILL RINDS;,
PAPERS
t .'ini i:svi! j i
I'l!ir.O 07 t T - "5 JV'J 1 .T j; ft I 1
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: ' Just received ndf . salsby' t ' ' i .
.:(fi-ji:i,rn I ft i;; ;.i r;:m
S6t 38,4c. 4Q KOBT ,
ton
r , ri t . . . i - r T' i '
- 4 4 tu its &
' Oar stock eemprbes a foil line of
3ookp
Vs'rltlng;, ' :'
' : :. ." a ' i.iv: .
. Colored and
IPrlnt Papers.
We have a fall stock of
Envelopes,
)f all sises and varietie-, which win be sold at the
lowest market rates.
Fi STOCK or
j.;::-.
,0'
( t
,.it
- Is unsnrpaesad in the city, including
.:i ;i -'''a .-'it' ; .1 : : : ;
; BRISTOL BOARD .'
' R. R. CHECK, r :,;
COLORED of,aII kinds "
;r: And. blank. ; ; ;
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GIVE US A. CALL
WETI.fS Ac MYERS.
nov-"
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To oU vhom it man coneernt . '
: , ,i. CITY CLERIC'S OFFICE. 1 ,
1 COLCMBUS. O.. Oct. 19. 18C8.J 1
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings bavebeen
instituted in the, City Council of Columbus, for
io.muk .uo tuiiuffii g jtuiroveujeuts, to-w.t:
Fnr grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from North
street to North Pablle lane.
Also, for reDavina the sidewalks an the east at la
of Front street from the northeast corner of Iront
and Town streets to a point 6 feet north of Town
sireet.
' Also, for graveling South street from Sixth
Atreet to Seventh street.
Als. for grading and graveling the roadway of
Made street f rom High atreet to Water atreet.
r Also, for building a double row flag crossing
scroas piooie street on tne east sine 01 iligh .'reet
Also, to survey and steke-off South street fretn
East Public lane to the eastern boundary tf the
city.
i The same to be dona in accordance with plats
no estimate to be prepared by the Citr Civil En-gin-
er. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
-proposed improvements, are required to file their
.... ,l. . m i. i : . : ,
netora tne rum-day ot oecember, - A. V
I8WJ. ' '
.. . i .. . : Li.E. WILSON
ool -dltawlw City Clem.
Paving Notice.
To M wAom it may concern ! . ,
City Clkbk's Ofpice.J
' Columbus. O.. Oct. s, 18B8. j
Notice is herebygiven, that proceedings have been
instituted in tbelity council otOolumbus,for mak
ing the following improvements. to-wit:
for grading the or.b halt o. Perry street from
uign sireet to tne corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving the utters and
grading and graveling the roadway and side
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
tome east iiue m lot no. io.
Also for a double row fl ig stone pavement across
Mound street upon the west sHe of High street.
-. The same to be done io accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the Uity Uivil ,ngn
ear. and filed in the office of the Citv Clerk.
- All nersons olaimina damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, oner
oetnre tne filleentn, day ol JJecemoer. A. JJ.
IBbS.
. - - hi E. WILSON. ;
ectS9-dltaw4w ' 1 ' City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
lo att whom Umayoneont
OITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I
Colcmbcs. O., Nov. , 1S08.J
' Notice is hereby given that proceedings bavebeen
Instituted in th City Counoil of Columbus,, for
makim the following improvements, to wit :
For laving a double row flaa- stone crossing across
oenter alley on tne nortn side ot lieng street. . -
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
across South Public lane at the west side of High
-Also, for building a double row tug crossing
across South street at the west side of High street.
The sams to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared bvthe CitvCivilEngineer
and filed in the office of the (lily Clerk. -
All persons claiming damages on account of said
Dmpnsed improvements, are reauired to file their
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
neiore tne iweniy-nitn aayoi December, A. u.
' ... ! ..:L.E. WILSON.
p.ov13-dltaw4w ". City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
lo all whom it may concern l
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
Columbus. O., Nov. 18. ltioti.t
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
making the following improvements, to wit:
hnr 0r.:dinar and navine tbe u. paved sidewalks.
gutters and orossingson the west side of VVatbing.
ton avenue irom me ounu siue ot u.iuiu rkaioo to
tbe south side of Gay street.
Also, for recaving High street frjm Perry street
ot the corporation line. - -
: Also, for grading and paving with boulders tbe
roadway of Puolio alley from Filth street to Sixtb
street.
The same to be done in accordance with the plati
nd estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persona rraiui.ui; uauacos on account oi rata
nrnnosed improvement-, are reonired to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the first day oi janua-y. A. it. iron.
nov!9 dltaw4w ; . - City Clerk
FURNITURE.
MIOBAKL HALM. CI SRLI8 0. BELLOWS.
C. T. I BUTLKB.. .
IAL.M. IKIL.l-OW A: BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
Nos. 816 &l8Sontl Hiarh St.,
cot.i;aiBtj8. ohio.
t JAsir eecttmHve Manufactory U at the loot ot
. 6otn s(r, on (As Canal.)
' Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Kalail. new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manalacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM. DININGROOM, HALL, AND
KITCHEN FURNIlbRE
I an classes and every design ot superior wore
mansbip and finish. Also. Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and Retail,
febc-decdlv
DRY GOODS. f
IS63.
AUTUMN.
1868.
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.
Nos. 23,25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
. :..-.--' i f : It . ,.'1 I . ' . : . UI
WOtTI.n IWVITF. THE ATTESTIOV
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of
'BxfRIoh Black Silks;'r' '. ' I
' Novelties in Fancy Silks: ' ' . ' ' ' '
' "Poplins and Empress Cloths; :: -'
" French Merinos aod Cashmeret; - .
1 English and French Serges; " '
Ohatnelioo Epinglines;
1 Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets;
. Novelties in Plush Cloakinss;
Velveteens for making Costumes;
Astracbao and Chinohilla Cloakingsj - '
: Superb Paisley Shawls: .
Casbmereaad Broche Shawls;
., Point de Gase Laces, Collars and Sets; -.
i Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids; n .
. Superior Wi ter Hosierf - i : - .
Misses' and Hen's Aterino Vests.
' . 5.11-.: LI II i . ; ' '!
7 3
V!
THE
MOSTCOMPLETE
i STOCK
( IN THE CITY "
OF
Honse Furnishing Dry Goods; .
Blankets. Muslins, Linens: ' -Sheetings,
Lace CurtainsToweling! Ac. &0,
Also, Trimming Satins. - - -
i i
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Underaarmanta of all arrades and onali-
ties for Gentlemee. Ladies. Misses and Bovs. Also
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles.
octT-d3ml
GILCHRIST. GRAY it CO.
S T O R E :;.
3V E w ;
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.,
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT
N A UGH TON'S!
Puronasers ot Dry Goods are cordially invited .to
. . cau and examine tne
NEW S T O C K.
DRESS GOODS ...
FANCY GOODS
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS
EVERYTHING.,..
..CHEAP!
CHEAP
CHEAP!
CHEAP .
CHEAP I
JAMES NAUGHTON,
1 18 122 Son tn Hi en Street, ;
novll-dly-aprlt COLUMBlia.OBlO'.
CLOTHING.
"'''''.CLOTHING,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
. THE OHIO
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.,
SO. 185 OPZSS BOVSX JBLOCi.
Colsmb-Jii Os.io.3
AS TP EBB NEW UTOCKsfCLOTHS.
i'assimeres. Overcoating and Vestings. both
foreign and uomesuo. tor Fall and Winter wear.
. GENTLEMEN OF FASHION"
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mods. We shall spare
nopsinsin producing tne most elegsnt and lasn-
lonao.'e garments to oe sound any whete.
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Of which a .treat part is manufactured by ours el res,
its the latest and most fashionable fltvlea. will al
ways be found oo our a helves, in all the varietie
oi me -ip&aon, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwars kept, on hand.
HEM kY MMSh, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer,
w. G. PtKKS, Foreman.
oct-S-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St.,
COLUMBUS, OHIO. ;
I HATE JUST KECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
French,
KiiK'lifalx and
Domestic Cloths,
C7fktsimeret), Arc,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low.
est Cash prices. ....
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
took of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER,
juW-dlr South High street.
COMRHSSION.
W3VL MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
DEALER IH
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKY, Acc.
MT T st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn.W Barley, e e., etc.
F f"T C E :
Near West End sINal'l R ad Brtda-ej
C0LUJSVS, CBW.
Iebl3-deodly
NAUGHT0B s
Jjnt)r..CMETICALA wci
vvhx -endure;,;
T'LIVIXG'DEHII!
.iM.i-'H 1 iK r
Ii
ft" I : I - ! ' i i
The eonfirmed dynpeptic may almost say with St. .
Peter"! die daily. Toenbieob of this ?tice i
not to remind him of LJ- his pangs.but toshow
bim how (obaoiab them mm forever- The tneanr
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
hun-ia-- vn 4 j-.t, i! ...j ' m ; . i-.'t j
;;H O OFLAND'S;' ' '
GERMAN BITTERS I
. i - - -. 1 "1 - - ;. ; . " i '.. '
And it is for him to say whether he will continue
to endnre a living death, or to put himself in '
sition toreador life enjoyable. j
LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of thaefiicacy of tbismatcklass vegetable atom-
an.uv hi, lu u, mmiu 1 11 gBj U.U WW. (IT III.
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its " use, aod eager to bear
testimony to its vir- J . tues. It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticular it is not alcoholic.
Forsuoh constitutions and systems as require for
their invigoratioo a diffusive stimulant. ,
HOOFLAND'S
GERM AN 1 TONIC l
Has been provided a preparation in which the soi
Id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent. Pureed of all deleterious. ennstitnAnt. Th
Satient, in choosing between these two great aeti
otes, should be guide I by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
nis selection; out tn cases wtiere the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reanired.
Thousands find infin- A"" ita benefit from tak
ing each in turn. ' There is no phase of
indigestion, oiuousness, nervous disease or pnysi
eai prostration to wbieb they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or combined, they will not eneot
cure. .. . . , . .
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strena-th. Get rid nf the ail
ments woicb interfere with enjoyment; east gloom
ar.o oeeponoanoy to tne winds; take a stronger nold
oi tue ana. tn snort, oecome a -.
..' NEW" MAlS" rj;:' j
ThrODeh tbe instrumentalitv of tba mnnt nAvarFn.
and popular of all vegetable invigonuits aod ooi-
recuvea; . t ; m j -: ; - . ""i :..
OOOFLAXD'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed fioin a want of
proper action in the liver, tbe stomach and the
ooweis. are eradicated by a course ol this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Wbjch not only combats and conquers diseasesthat
bave entrenched tbeo selves in tie system, but
is the best known sateeuard attngt all uuhealthy
infltienoee. - Persons whose oecuoations and out-
suits suoject them to the deprenjin? effects of a
-eiose.-unwbolesome atmosphere, should take itrex
uiarly as a protection asaiatt tbe lor fevers and
other disorders which malaria eagenderd. Inva
lids wuo are
1 WASTING AWAY,
Wirnout any special complaint, exceot a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous enersv.
will find in the BIT- p TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as refresning and exil
eratinr as a pool in the desert to tbe tand-soorcned
and tainting travelers. r ; j - -r
HOOFL AND'3
GERMAN BITTERS
Is com nose 1 of the onre iuices for. as thev are mi
d cinally termed. Extracts), of Roots. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Aleeholic admixture of any
kii.d. '
HOOPLAND'S . !
GERMAN:'' TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa- Crui Rum,
Orange, etc., making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publie
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys-v 1 . pep.ia, Chronio or
Nervous Debility.- m ' Chronio Diseases oi
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris ng from a disor
dered Liver or stomach,
such
- as .Consti
pation, Inward
Piles. Fullnes.4 of
, Blood to the Head, r - .
Acidity of the Stomach. j
for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
Stnmacn, Sour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture.
.-'Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs belore the:
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eras. Pain in the '
Sido, Uacit, Chest, Limbs. ete -Sudden
Flushes -of Heat, - .
Burning in tbe Flesh.
.Constant Imagin- '
ings of Evil, and . ,, .
Great Depress :. J !
sion of
Spirits.
They are the Greatest and Bestl
BLOOD PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
irom bad Blood. Keep your Blood pare. Keep
your Liivcr in Older. f A.eep your digestive
organs in a sound, iaa, he-tlthv condition, bv
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ev. r
assail you. . - i , . ' -
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong br tbe nraof either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MAK AtiMUti
without fail ;
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in
tbe ban s of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, -if will be
observed, are men ot note and of such stand ins; that
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PEnSYLTASlA i
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes
timony t .
HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Cbi of Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writ:s:
Philadelthia, March 16, 1867.
I find "Hooflsnd's-Goriuan Bitters" is a good ton
io. n-eful in diseases Ml of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- Wm efit in cases of debil
ity and want f nervons action in tbe sysre.n.
Vours truly, a. GEO. W. WOODWARD.;
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
. Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
PRII.AnSLPHIA, April 28, 18G8.
I consider "Hooflard'sAjlerman Bitters" a valua
ble medioine in e ses of attacks of indigestion or
lMspepsia. 1 can certify this from my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
. JAMES THOMPSON.'
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
Philadelphia, So 1. 14,1867.
"HooBand's German Bitters' is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonio aad as an apretiser. It i- not an in
toxi ating drink", and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pect fully yours.
p JAAlEis BOOS SNOWDEN.
CATJTIOKT.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited
See that the signature fx ot CM. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of la
each bottle. All otb-
ers are coumerteit.
Princioal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES M. EYANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle
.$1 60
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doxen s 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put op in qt. bottles 1 SO
per bottle, or a bait uosen ior so. -Do
not forget to examine well the article yon boy
n order to set the genuine.
FOB SALE BY- ALL . DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
jyK-dw&s gouwly
THE SHOEMAKER'S DAUGHTER.
BY H. GARDINER.
'
,
Tlie Ru'6 St.' Honbre, in'ParisVls bnb
of , the longest streets in' the worldi '; It
is the Oxford' 'etretfof' tlie 'tapital of
France, and has 'more' shops' and honses
than even the Boulevards, -1 '" " ' ('
At n6 great distance" from the Palais
Royal, and between it and tbe Chtirch
of the Oratoire, was, during the Reign
of Terror, a small shoemaker's Bhop.---It
was kept by a German a dry, droll,
middle-aged man," who; during " those
times of revolution and alarm, when he
roic France, attacked by 'the whole ciV
ilized world'was apparently perishing
in "death-throes. expiring in agonies,
which ' were, however, to' save, to raise,
to 'glorify it ' paid " little' attention' to
anything save his business' and his
pretty little' datightef.' ' j
M. Lieopold Mayer was 8 seltisu man
a very Belfast) man. bo that boot-
making prospered, be did. 'not care for
anything else. If the country Were' at
tacked on all sides, foreign armies in
every frontier, Tie little cared. The only
inconvenience be did care about was tbe
taxes ; that was unpleasant ; but, other
wise, public affairs were nothing to him.
There are hundreds of such men every
where : men whose native town might
be desolated by the plague, and who yet
would be happy it . they remained un
touched unhurt.""- ' e" : ' ,
Leopold Mayer' hacl a 'daughter a
verry pretty girl,'' about " twelve - years
old, with rosy cheeks, laughing eyes, a
warm, expansive heart, 'and a character
the very opposite' of her father. ' She
was as generous as be ' was selfish; as
keen in her sympathies for the world as
he was for his own '' private business
she had a corner in her heart for every
one Her mother had been like her,
having sacrificed every consideration, to
that' of , pleasing. her"' husband, ' who
would not be pleased of makiDg happy
a man who would not be happy. iim -
Mr. Leopold Mayer did a Tery good
business; and,' it was said, had a great
deal of money somewhere; but nobody
knew where. . . .- i . : : j
Katerina Mayer sat in her ; father's
shop and took the money ; but,;; having
plenty of leisure,' she read, during the
intervals of business, such books as she
could find in a neighboring circulating
library. .German in her nature, with a
warm, but somewhat, ..contemplative
character, she devoured history, philos
ophy, poetry and the drama; but' 6be
bad her favorite author, too, . and that
was the author of "Lives of Plutarch."
Of an evening she would read out to
her father while he smoked bis pipe, to
which lihe Germans and Dutchmen;
he was a great .devotee. ,; "Vlery ' often
they were joined by a young omcer, a
lodger, who had hot long been removed
from a military school to commission in
the army, but who. was, as yet, unattach
ed. Paul Leblond was a young man
who bad profited by his education; and
a better guide for tbe girl could not bave
been found. . Of course he was a Repub
lican; all young men, not tmisret, were,
in those days; and the contagion spread;
kfor"a more audacious little tana culolte
than 1 was Katerina," would old Mayer
say,' "never Btepped tn 'shoe-leathei."
The'' Reign of Terror very nearly shock
ed ben' but she had good sense enouth
not to confound the bold crimes of Dan-
ton, or the atrocities of Marat, with the
principles of the true friends of freedom.
" Paul Leblond and Katerina Mayer were
the ' very best of friends.'1 The ' young
girl, so early mistress of a liousey and
so precious in her studies, :played' the
little woman, which 'made the man of
twenty laugh and declare that, Were be
not a poor devil of an officer, with no
other fortune save his sword,' be' would
carry her before the Mayor and 'marry
her at once; at which Katerina laughed,
and bid bim go and win tbe epaulettes
of a general first, and then she might
listen to bim. But the idea or a young
adventurer, without a penny, talking ot
marrying the heiress ot tbe richest
shoemaker in Paris, was terribly audac
ious. And Paul called her an aristo
crat; they laughed, and the matter end
ed. .-'-, -. -
About three months after the young
mau received his commission, be en
tered the 6b op of ' Citizen Mayer in
company with a brother officer. .Kateri
na was at the counter.-' Citizen Mayer
was overlooking Ins young"men. '
"Well, little wife," said Paul, Bmil
ing. .-: . -'
"Mr. Saucy, pray who are you talk
ing to!" replied Katerina, looking hard
at him and his friend, a pale, dry and
thoughtful looking youth. .. . ;
. "To you eitoyenne," continued Paul
"I have come to bid you adieu. ' We
are ordered off to the army this very
day. Here, dear ivaterina, is your
father's account,, which being paid, I
have to ask a favor of you."
"What is that 1" said Katerina, with
a tremulous voice. -. .
"The fact is, Katerina, we bave, our
bills paid, not one penny left. We have
our uniforms complete ; but we want a
pair of boots each. We are in tbe army
of the Sambre-et Meuse, to which the
Government, having beard their demand
for shoes and stockings, said, .'The Re
public has many thanks for you, but no
shoes and stockings.' " - .
"Poor Paul !" said Katerina, turning
her bead toward the dark end of the
shop. "Citiaen papa." ,. j
"What is it J" asked Citizen , Mayer,
advancing to bis daughter.
"Why, papa, here is Paul going away;
and here is the money he owes you; and
the poor dear :young man wants a pair
of boots for himself and friend on credit
until tbe end of the campaign."
"Exactly, papa Mayer; and you, as a
good citizen "
"Humph ! humph ! Bad citizen or
good citizen is neither here nor there.
Money is the question. My principle,
you know, is, no money, no. boots.".
Papa V cnea xvateriu, reproacimiuy.
"Well, citizen," said th brave-look-iner
young man, who bad not yet spoken,
"that is enough. - If we cannot buy
boots, we will take them " . -, :
"Citizen V said Mayer, iu an alarmed
tone. . -
"From the first Austrian or Prussian
we kill," continued the sallow young
man, drily ; and he turned on the heel.
"Stop a minute," exclaimed Katerina,
quickly; "you do not understand papa,
citizen. ' He. means that he would re
fuse boots without money to strangers j
to you. a friend of Paul's, : he .will be
most happy rajlier two pairs than
one. J' "- !' :'
A pretty business irlyou will
make: V aaid. Citizen - May ejr wtb tmf
grant and -half - nmiltLiulariayevr
friend Jtjaul And to Ilis rien.d L. will not
refuse , credit. M. Paul,' do' you and
your friend' choose1 two' pair of boots
eachJ" t
"We - thank '' yoiV; citizen-,' TOpHed
tba sallow young officer, while, Paul pat
ted Mayer the bac;::';a4. ypa, shall
by repaid-',', , .Jj,, '""
.Mayer looked "rather incredulous, but
be loved hli 'daughter, and it "waS to" her
he made the sacrifice of four pair "of
boots', ! which;7? naturally: "-cnbughv ' the
young men chose. Then they.f shook
hands with, Meyer.-., Paul ; kissed Kate
rina, and then made his friend kiss bar;
and, putting their, packets .under heir
arms, went away. ' t "- .'. f . , f
: Years passed away, and' the saucy
girl of twelve 'had become ' a beautiful
woman of three and-twenty.' ''Iii all tKis
time1 hot one' word of 'Paul and worse,
said Mayer, the shoemaker, no"news fef
his boots. Mademoiselle iKaterina bad
suitors. Persons in a very elvated po
sition, overlooked, in those--deinQcratie
days, the fact that she, was. a bootmak
er a daughter, and many sought ber
band and heart.' But the girl of twelve
still, lived .within her, and she refused
every offer, however brilliant, remaining
still her fatber's'cashiet,'and Aiding Mm
in adding' to that "father 'large - fortune
which he had "n'of" invested' itf -the
French funds.' . Ha sometimes, pressed '
her himself on the subject f marriage;
but, Katerina was. not to .be jnoyed, by
anyone, even hep parent...., , r
.Things were in this state, 'katerina
had just refused a Colonel ' wbm ' she
met at a great party, who talked to" the
father rather sharply when rejected.' and
M. Mayer had taken Katerina- to ' task,
when, one morning, they received av la
conic epistle requesting their presence
at the office of the- staff of the Commander-in-Chief
of the forces, nf the
first military division.,, i .
. "I will not marry. him,','i said kater
ina, quickly. Awm-.U i
i"Wbo-:'ir, 1ri, r,t Tt,n -nMAit
, l"The officer, Colpnel Peterman..Pm
sure lie's complained to the Comrhaudr-in-Chief,
and that he is going 'to threat
en us.": '' ;!v. :s. r :
"But he' cannot "make ' ypu'marry
against your will,' cried M.'Mayer. '".
don't know that. - Since" -thlSfim-peror
Napoleon Bonaparte" hoB' taken lis
all by storm,- papa, the? sword 'is not
' very apt to yield when it wishes, liny
thing." ' 1 ;; 1 ".iiiTaom-.' I
"We shall see my dear," replied the
shoemeker. ; "To begin, i this.i request
must.be obeyed at once,.. Make .ha-Jje,
girl, and put on your finery.'.lM u, fi;jiJ)
, Katerina smiled , thoughtfully, and
went away. .Tbe' girl, expected aer
nion from the Cbmmancler-iu'-Cn.iei'.!nn
the impertinence" of. the daughter of a
little shoemaker 'refusing an' officer of
rank ; but she was determined' to 'hold
out, and yield to no threats, persuasions
or seductions. She remained faithful to
' the memory of Paul.-'-' She?' was -rOnian-tic;
she loved and Wrote poetry; and stio
preferred a beautiful dream-to any ideaf
fortune and material happiness which
might be -offered to her. , v.-.it. 't .
In half an hour the father and daugh
ter were ready; and away ,. they i went,
arm-in-arm, on foot io,, the , Tuillerios,
whtere the Commander-in-Chief .of r the
Army of fPafis had apartmenjts, They
I 'were soon at the palace, and were met iy
'jibe, sentries, who asked them Iwliefe
' they we're gding." M.1 Mayer ' showed
his letter of invitation, which servedltt
1 once as a pass, and they were admitted.
;!..- ..Mi.-.'i f . .' V v :n .it 'lo
TO, BE CONTINUED.
MISCELLANEOUS,,;
roli
HOW TO C0R0MIS.
V FOR ONE.
Ton Can' Buy Every 'Descrlptlwn '(of
; ' .DRY AHD FAI.CY, (500P$,f
SILVER-PLATED WARE,1 &b.
;. ., .' : v - - -.ni Jm.i ;,.j4i
SEHDFORciHtnMR,GimGrrei.
particulars, or send ONE DOLLAR andreoerva
ten checks describing ten different articles, which
we will sell f.-r Ohb Dollaa a ACS, and JtsrA Ctm
hiukion to the sender choice of one artiole front
Exchange List, of over 300, '
r"ort..$3 30 checks, and 20 j(Js,5kefting,
tor , $5, ) . 50,'chpcks. . and ,S0 j ds.. Sheeting,
For $10,'HiU checks , and, 65 vilslSlieeting,
. or other articles equally valuable, t '.- . -i -
bhould the aiticles named on tte Checks notba
- desired, a selection can be made from- oar -x-cha.gb
List, which is greater than that of mny
other housr; and as nurgoids are acknowledged to
. be surerior to any other concern, we know that-after
. patronizing us once, you will continue to doeo...
Male and female - agents wanted everywhere.
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Address.
! LABONTE h BABBITT,'!
83 Sudbury St.. Boston, Mssa.
nov9-w4t-DB-r " -
J. VIBNNOT.t&.Cd;,1
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aid South A merioan papers, with whom we hare
exclusive contracts We ero the onlr house dainc
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BDSINESS.
We can. by special permission, refer to ..-X
Mr; H. T. Hilhbuld, Druggist, S94 Broadway.
fiewYok. ' '"
Messrs. S. R. Vikhsss A Co., 198 Greenwich
street, New York. .
Moisrs Hall A KtTCXSL, 18 Oreenwieh street.
New York. . - ...
' Messrs. G. BrVcb's Son A CO., Type lounders. 13
Cbamh--s street. -: . - .t ' t
Messrs. Phalon Son. Sew York.'
Messrs. Phblon A 'ou.sogR,.New Yark.-'.-l.
Messrs. Takant A Co,. Kaw York.: , ,...., .(v
Messrs. Chickkriko AON. New York.1
.Messrs. KsnwaT A Coew .Yorkwi:.! irntn-y
ool20-eo(i3in , ' .... , .
Drs. Warner & Emmii-gex.
DENTISTS,
BliOClt.
RECARDINO XI1K TEETH OF THE
first importance to health. comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East Itroad street. . ...
Your intelligence will discriminate' between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
tist. . . , -
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with eom-,-)-.
a, ad serve the purpotes ot speech, mastication
' 1 oeauty. As Dentists we aim to be the bett and
isl all tbat spood.
Teeth extracted without pain. ,
. y7-w8m
Emollient Cream.
--' " - 1 ' '11 -H ' ' '!
TMI9 DEIilGHTtXl. AMtELEClKT
preparation, intro.iuced last- winterv having
- reoeived so many flattering eomm.ndatiors fr.m
those who usvd it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the pnbl e, assuring tbem that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector uf tbe skin
against the inclemency nf the winter season. It
not only imparts to the skia a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also couduces to its health, Pnrity
and preservai ion. - For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Facej Lips. or Roushness of the Skin,
ii has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delighttnl fragraaee render it a necessaiy append
aae to the toilet., Prepared only, by iUKPLE
R1TS0N.' I iFpensing Ctemiats, '"JJnlb Hh
sireet, Colnmbos. Otiio.' ; PT-dodAw4wi
: Joseph "H., ;;geiger
r . ... Attorney! at X-t-,Wa'-'
PAR801T8 BTJIIDIHO, ' ' ; J -' " ''
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