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BUSIl? ESS ' DIRECTORY
ARClUTJiqZ .
TJ BBottKLS,
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rcbiLeot. Civil Enrtoeer. Jba.
Uffioe, over the Salioiul Jtacbawe Bank
rl!J.; rt.T
7 tti!
i Offiive4 cwuio High street. Adibos BMild-
jl';---,- !. ife-n feero-tti'g s.Ttr-y-'l
J , ri AilWWIai i-AIt-AW JAVOB, 'ppi
AIIUiiAibeAl-JuA W A riotarr robli.
s ,t. .-. mATTUBMSVA-AT IWlW.? : "dT
I Je?r- ftwlUriiKheUeat, Aiuhoe.'Buildiri.;
AUCTION 'AND COMMISSION.
VXDeUooewjuid Dealer in Bail Estate House
BeUUowu, CUothiuc and Notitme,
m Ho.l WtBroslsreeT
BATH' ROOMS-,
0
U . Barber and Hair iresser Hot and Jol
Itatha. basement Postoffice H .ildiu.
BOOK-.BINpERS.
j3.-Boell BTa.Ur- Jtlaak iWHanufaoidrers,
.Printers and VublioWs,,. ,-; , . j, r ..,v
o: m BOOTS fe'SHOKS.
,fVii;T..Wi-'t4AltsA.te'J.ii- "'" il ;
B 1 Ji. .144 Sooia rfaligh: streeO., JaiT reoeived.au
Jl.kuHUI41.fl . ...J. ,1.. . art
jL ., Is the naied house for rood Boots and Shoes
'alio prices. -Ken Stock J out received. '
,ni-!i ,iaj-- u-i B rjoatb Hi en street .1
- :d ; COAITJEALERS,
.)tVl Uealaei in ftttabwali and hlo4Jeai'toe.
N o. 861 01 lb, MMih. street..
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
A-l-S CcminisBibn. Finrarding and ProdueeMer-
nants. aeaiera in urarnrrioor. e.
ratrael r h.?.--i ,:icr iiiw
U'f I OIL 1 ;
corsets.:';;?
1 at pTT
) fV r.'M D vElt ar Cil.i
- JV -Jlsajulaeturer an Deatete ia rireeeh, Get-
. auan aortAaiartoaih waraau. : Aaso. taooe okircak t, ,
'.; , Ml OpetaHnnse,, i
cRAj(jKERY;,.&bi;.'i,
;bsd d.aI!i
ttt
Vf Whulesale "ji' :Retail- Dealerln tlh'lnaj
euuaei aware, tauwa. riataA uedai Laajfie and sjamp
fjiuttures. ,, , ,,e e ,a 4 fcwrut Higuetreat.
yg't-t'.t'alw arslAfr Awi :u t: - '
. V V . . ltuDOrter: afid : Wbole&l aail RtAil Dler
in Crockery, China, C(laeCuUery, t lated Uoods.
"llmfUil lAinBI.An:4' ' ' i .
e'l'. I'-o- : :. l!o Sooth High atraatv
DEiVriSTRY,
W9
"VXT-AtXSIlilg A KlTt.rlIl!.l,
W ) fo be the ei.i j ; ?7T i s- i
mm l iDfii !ijwi mi
G.
W ItlJNN.-BEMTIST. Tbe bastatvlea
of llaailialiis i iilailins llaaii ai lie in
Aiioeral Hate, Dtuoe. 10 aud Ulpora Bluclt.
37 a fc tan DRY GOODS.
. . . . . , u , I I , 1
0 It bjj-jwi i3
tfy l.aSKtaA.ai At 4JO.J
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lJ Arealem i Dry tteoda, Hotaoes, Oarpelajli
.Cloths. Alauuiga, bJi4ai..iJUK Capa aun.turs,
aorner Utgb aua friena atreeia.
Carpetv fcfttlnir, OIT CKrtha,tJurtam8f bta le anii
I JsTipwtt. aa '. a. A If ; "'-it" "-"!'
Ale Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Steele arid
Fancy Dr Uoods, and amtaoturera of Ladies'
T ,M u it X am etc. waav aas i wt4c.
X F. AntBVSCKi efa 4 aaleraJbDry Goods and
otl na, u ooutn c
roiirln aireet.
11JI a..al KACJaia U.
'.) . Whol&iaie and ReUil D alor in Iy Good?.
jsaugotoa .BitUdiaawiAwa- lit) aott ix bout a tlmij
1' tXiOBIA .!."' '
1TL Dealers1 in HUple and Fancy Dry Goods and
wins-1 ormsning uoods.no, e reii rjouse.
l abaXJaaatta A'V VBAI
JT .Lealsra inUreU and iaeoy Drr Goods--'1
' : - io.!Huaih Uigh atreet
.'Jv1 V.-'-.- - " .
il a Foreign and -Domestic -1'ry -Gooda, Clotlis,
nrs,ete. sew ai Bonin nign street.
JI A
DRUGGISTS..
.A JiU
tnr
.Ta.rax tiHiiv hi ;.
LAo -H JOHN H. KWtfJtKTS, ""
Druggist and ApeeaaoarN
S64 North High street.
a.Aa.SUti AO aCaVl-tMKViS k- ' - " t
rPAW UUi,.8ALli A Kb! I AIL DRUGGISTS.
" . ' luu South High Columbus. O.
i Whilesiileanrt Keiail Dracatst. and Dealer
a fteariMacv MedielM.
84 North 11 igh street-
t-.r. i
ENGRAVERS.
A Designers, Engravers and Publishers." Kota
, till and other seals, engraved to order. , .
"yog. 107 and lo aonth Higfi streef.
-a.ro; ?o
RNITURE,:&'-;v
it-, ' i li
V-.ai .i:inBi;a CAAtiMasr i:o..
j Vai and Wholeaal and Retail Dear-
aara In-ara lure. Maim. warannn. ma. ... -,i
Vj 1-t.--w A. SallBeuUi High-tl. tupera Homae
rr
rHM rCatMIXSgCssajay
vy
u...fUurariil nratelaaa r'arattara.'Wkdle-
eaaer-antt Retail VY arerooma, d, T"nq 8 Uwynt
V ; HOUSE . JURNISIIING."1 K"
(1n.lt. ABtaMtaitrAel AC :" -r ."ila
-AW'-Deater.ia Maatles."tttovea aud House Far
-WMhnacUuoe. Alao lia, Chipper and Obae turn
vvare. I'V w .aat iowa-erew.
. a.lAJiMa) At atrVAAtT.i . , , i ,...-:...
TA -BtnmFarniaauag Go-da. liantlea. Grates,
Copper, lioaai oueet. iruo, Steve ana) Mantlet
w Booth HigB atreei.
, a XtMt .aa acttajf r, , 1 1 , f .
V Uaalarsin Hardware. Manes' eraiahin. Goads.
'Marble aad Slad Haatlea. Urates, ttw vea. Hot Air
A' araaoee. A.- kiM' North Uiabaueet.
viHOOP,' SKIRTa
t t . a. ii.
JliT' laaufactarar and ybolerala Dealer He
Hoop
a .Vi.-. T I kw4a. MS South H igh sir A;
bkiru anu ui.""-- 5""'v "w-'V V, , ""V1
Busted MiSCTCaY
4
iiowe sewinq machine.
s.
Dealer in Muiiel Herohandise. rJooVs. Sta-
tionerjsnd FaaeyUoedi eBerall. Special Aent
Inr tDe eelebrktef euas no we wota jxeuai mwiui
VI . m Li s.k. ll 1 . U
.1 IsV A 4DUUUkOIlaleMlHW
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'HATS & CAPS".
Yi . acoeaMtn E.XaufJ Dealer in Bais.'Cape.
' Fnrs and Straw ooda a Sooth Hiitn ptreet.
'hotels;
VrftXIUWAr HOT"- tfTt
iM - -t-OpposTte Depot.tIh! !
t J,H. DA VlDSO.Pi
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Proprietor.
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OI l'KU S I A'l'KS-MO t-BL.,
Corner Bigb and Tows sfreiRs.' -r
. J. BLOUNT. Froprieton
ZfcTTLEK HOV1E,
Corner Konrtk ' Friend t. Commodious
hooeeaadesleBue stables. r , ii - .' .3 r
L..A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
-ID
Sonfvuc riecr ' iacTtTA Li pi?,. a '
V auranoe uompsny. Assets, aiey.ou.uuo, , . ;,
-t.,r,.W M ; JAttlSOH. Ateny dolambas. 0. j
NEWKIKK A niLTCNBEBGCRi
OK SI tK A I. AUKNT3 Scaritj Life Insuranee
Comp&Djr. :
. . jiot Lloera House.
HOITie INSCHAKCK COitlPAtOF,
Columbus, O., epitalaud AeU,A6GJMJ7.
W. C. M. BAKER. Seo... .. ..; ,
omce,Xosv(A Opera House:
MILUNERY GOODS- :.
Mr,,KM..V.OAt, ,
Wholesale and Retail M lllnery Goods.
holesale
191 M.
Hub streets Upera House: Woo.
K. A.. IMlWAIlAtt. ;. , n
Dealer in Millinery. Straw Ueods Hi Trun-j
minffa. Ho- 87 Aortn Hmh street.
-4-
Daalerin Millie ery. Orewand Cloak Trio.
minrs nd raney Uoods. 130 south Hiitn street.- 1
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Sc ha Fife, risen hohllkber,
"Merekant Tailor and Dealers in Uenta' Frl
nishinc Uoods, .-....".i - ...
..(I J. IS - forth. High atreet.
C.1
Merchant Tailor and Dealer inr Gents' Fnt-
nishing Uoods. Also agent fer the Diamond Kbints.
THfiOliltflflEBCRAHtril'liOKING
A-A-C!.OTlilN-CO.. 186 ttr-Hirfa-e.-
suits made to orders Brady-made Clothing
nna. f
t(i BIXBBACH,v:j
sionjuam a. iiiit , mju vwwuabi(nuiiEj ana
baratebieg Medjti. - jot Iaj'
'- .'jS.ot'jyTnjttjaTMtregt.
O H KM V .A
JLtKUflAJl T i AlLU'i. 2J0 South. Hjhiat.
iee eeoek ef; CWrtbinareonataatlBnoo ajsad.
WEDEiL-ERSr'
IS eir Deaffefak 'Bi5olenei&Mmtifl Stationers.
no. a rooto akiKtaVLtAK tiex'acapr torostouice.
X? News L)ealert beefaeeltepi Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Enjf iah.
L X3t South Hih street.
yPTER .'WAREHOlSESi:v"i
sni-in i yiiJtT , ir . lit. t La
U J( DfctWS, KBHV A .,. --.f-ll
i V ' Jlftiiuleoturers and Dealers in Wrilinij. Fnnt--auieaad
,W sanpii4 Papervn 6-Nnb High at. i.
VfIJri-iarirt-Elt.- sv.-V-.ftv
-tpalf iaPtiaiio;, Uook.'Writiag ad.Kf
Taers.1l6,S8.i5iorih riiRb street. " '.
hi PHOTOGRAPHERS.
TT A
lnc Vit .. v-,;.piemh High street
W e TUbToQRAPHliR, 107 South High atreet.
Vietweawade lerer) style amd sicr. V - f
-MVoabAmVotyp'jbmiiBtaH'te
QjjwSoouitreeu
ir .r.-:i -. a'.-. ..i.,rlH..:.-.i . .'X
T; So. S Opera House. Treats Diseases bf the
tBtje. aar. nun, yvnst asm iisngat. Also wiaeasaa
yy.oiien anq i -piigren. - t
9ti
J . Wholesale and Retail dealers for Liirhte A
4o.t an Hnuren A Bro.'n Fiauo. A Wo. Urnan.
JieiodeonAod ether maaieal introments. ., . -
4 ..". ;M.O 45W
a Anient rVin (Jhioierlnirt'alnd Etanenon'at F4-
eneayAie.urgaas, Uoledeoos and-neetAJusig.
RESTAUR2kNT"iviii
"W AAk a?XCi ANOE " KESTACKASlT,
TlJ''Obrner Btateand iishrtrecta.1''
to-,!!:, j . CHAKLtr t.K. wprteor.i
gEWINGJMACHINES.'
a-rf.VO eal tbeworld. T. Hosi 1 and g waera
Boase,. r W. WUUEL.leDeral Agent.,
Rl. IIUB tK i CO., "
a. Jlealera uv'in. AVateBe. -Cloeks. -Jewelry.
-Ptatedware;' Spebtaoles, Ac:," "No; 11 IM.t Town
street.
lATt.S Ac ylAHHIIUTVIT,
1 (Suixeminrn to Wm. Rlvnn) dealera in Uia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Speo,
taclea, No. eit Houre. ; . ' - ' ...
17.e.WrinlMale -and Retail dealera In Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv" NP.-71 Month Hib atreet. - '
STRICTLY' -WHOLESALE.
BANCrtorr ttHus. At cu , w i.'
W holeaale Dealers in Drt Goedsand Notions.
-rr "ni 1 Uwyane Bleak. Town atreat.-i
REKD, JTUNaSAV At CO:,""
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealera in Boots
itpoLyhoes. . . Jlo. S Gwynne Block. Town St.'
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE - IS HEKEBV GIVEN TO
.11 whom it mi concern, that the Citr Bank
of Cleveland. n Independent .Banking Company,
organised and carryina en -business as an Indepen
dent Banking -onrpany at the city ot Cleveland,
Ohio, nnder an act of the Get oral Assembly of the
said State of Unio entitled "Aa Act to incorporate
be state uanK ot unie-ana otner uanaiDg vm
panieai'pasaed February Mth, 15 being deairons
ot relinquishing and ekjeing its Banking buaioeHS,
to tt at end naa- in paraunee tx tne atauites oi me
said Ata.ie of ihio in aaehase made, paid and re-
deiaied more than annety percent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered tne
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bave provided means and
givea aaoariry to the aatiafaetion of tbe-Trerarer,
Secretary and Audit- r ef State of said State of
Obio to - the redemption of its outstanding nots of
circulation at the ofheeef the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, wh-re
said City Bank is located--
Done by order at' the Board of Directors of the
Citr Bauk of Cleveland, July 9th. I68.
, rr . liS U LL KV tUA, rTOBldent. !
jyll-dltawSra - -
oar
The Sisters "of St. MarjV,
OS1 THE nriciraus, nittnin vr
Somerset, Perrr county, will open their largo
and!
gcaelOUf DUlldlUK luriuomttiimuui vuvtu uu
ih first Monday ill sepiemoer, looo. r or noara ana
r.iiinn 75. S80. A85 and t0, according to tbe de
partment of thep'ipiU feK. ROsK. Sup't.
AddBBSa BOX lOl.' . -, A - --
. PINNEY'S
D"" ancing"acai)em y js nowopen'aT
.1 . t ,
... a a
nHuunruis ntkL,
TT juveni es.Hmturday afternoon, from 8 to S
at v Uotk:aD'r.veniMBls aiiAMBOS
UALL.3d int , at 8 o'clock P. H. octU
T- FOR ISALE. i
A PAIR OF'"JE GODWIN" COLTSr,-PIVK
A. and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
sonnd . VV ill be sold low.
.a94-doT : F hlCHAKD NEVINV
X5HO H0TEL.UJO3
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
1 - Fourlh Slreel, Bear Main,"
, M h CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HENRY P. ELLAS, - - - - Proprietor
'T'HIS foPUiia HJSE,"ClTRALri6
I rated and convenient t business, and to all
points of travi-1. IS .the most desiriabie stopping
K. aoaredto mak tire star t guests pleasant in
myls-dOn
ir' f. PAPER' WAREHOUSEi' fl
lir-ilM i ill, - .... ' n.'j . -J l , ' ; . m 1. 1 .
PAPER ;7AREH0USE.
II j
The. tfteoUoa of tk Trade it ceiled to the superi-
. - orstookof
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OF ALL
PAPERS
-ii'it-i til-..-;, -
RINDS.
1 Just received ' ad f sale by
NEVINS' & MYERS
fjiiiDi')!-.';:. ! m!) 1'
XB, 38 4BHBT
I4B ST.,
m
I U il 4001 compiles a full llae of
Bookj'i-'l'H ni no i
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ill f li.", fl'-;
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Colored and a i h" i
f "ill ot v.-il- u:i: c ii hlbo
'J : 3 IPrlnt Papers.
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. WehaveafuUstookof
ENVELOPES,
.V, a-til .
Of all siies and varieties, which will be sold at the
loweat market rates. ,
o.i ll u e ''-:(.) e.i; inv(T.-i n.-.:
Ui'iiiitiq I'-.oui i:i 'i , i ' iiIqni'..3 i '-"l
-iii'o ifiv9 iitr.baf'i vili 9tj,!ijfiff.';? u:
-icj'iA.l hiifi fMn i! nl! J:.- ilr. yi iinnl
Is nnsnrpasaed in the oity, including
i i -)i -ni ia-.'na ,-riJii'iiij --j , . :i ; f.
,uu BRISTOL BOARD : .! ...
,9a::n;
h .iTi; Hi R:. C H EC Kf r
wGOLORED of ail kinds .-,.
u m And . BLANK.
y ( e-Ji ,f i ' ,v.''l
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A. . C ALL
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WETIiS A, MYERS.
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To 'AW tcAom i may toueem: ;
... iq (it Tii- CtTT CLERICS OFFICE.1 1 id
.:. - -"' ;,! C01.OMBU8. Oi.; Oct. 18.1668.1.,
Notice i herehy given, that proceedings havebeen
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
IU..111S .uaiuiiuwus iiapiwDenwruiaiK '-.. -w
For gradin and paving the onpaved sidewalks,
sntter and orosaingsor Third ktrest from North
atreet to North Public lane. .-
' Also, for repaying the sidewalkr on tbe east si le
ef. Front street from the nottbrait corner. of f ront
and luwn streets to a paint e teat north or Town
Street;" '- " . : .
.Also. Tor graveling South street from-Sixth
street to Seventh street. , ( .
Also. for 1 radio and aravelina tha Madwa of
Maple atreet from Hiah street to Water street.
'Also' for buildini a doable row fla crnsafne
aoroaa nowie street oa tne east side 01 itign aireet
Also. -to survey and ataica on Houth atreet rrom
East Public lane to the eastern- boundary 'if tbe
The same to he done in accordance with nlats
ana estimate to oe prepared or tne cit civil tn
in i a ml fil. in rh. i.ffitji.if th. I!iiw I'.l.pk
All oersonsclnimin damasea on account nf said
rmiDoaed imvrovementa..are reouired to -file their
oiaimaintue etnee ot tne vierk, in writing, on or
netnre toe riitn aay 01 ieeemoer, A.
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City Clerki'
Paving Notice.
To aU Aom tt may eondermii' '
' ' - : ' Crrr Ci.ntK'8 Ornc.)
'-..... . . Columbl-8. 0.. Oct. 48, 1808., I
Notice is herebvffiven. that Droceedinaahave hen
tnatituted in tbeCity Council of Colnmbus.formak-
ng the followios: improvemenU,to-wit:
For iradina the uorth halt ot Perrr atreet from
High atr-et to theeorperation line.
Also, for firsdine and navine- the- anttera an.
trading and graveling the roadway and side
walks on Woond atreet from Washington avenue
10 tne east Hue 01 lot no. 10.
Also. for a doable row flag stone pavement across
Mound street upon the west si'1 of High street.
Thb same to be done in accordance with tjIair ..nil
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and hied in the office or tbe City Clerk.
--All persona oiaimtna: namasea nn account of said
fi i.wivu imnfnuw.t.j miw i.iiuiTO .o 111. Uldll
claims in the ofhee of the Clerk, in writing, on
oeiore tne riiteentn aay 01 uecemoer, a. v
icoe ... ....
L. K; WILSON.
oeta9-dltaw4ar , 1 .. ., 1 . City Clerki
Paving Notice.
lo all of it mayoonoom: ,
' ' ' - .' ciTr CLERK'S OFFICE, f
1 fi t i 3 Oi! ; .C0EUHBC8, O., Not. 8, 1888.J
Notiea ia herebv eiven that nroceadinaa have been
instituted in the Citv Council of Columbua. for
anakina th following improvements, to wit : .
t or laying a douoie row nag atone crnssing across
uenter aney on tne norm siae 01 riong street,
Also, for buudin a double row iia crossm
across booth fubliu lane at tbe west aide of High
atreet.
Alao. for building a. double row flag ' crossing
across ,outn street at tne west side ot H'gn street
1 ue same 10 Dtaiune in accornance witu piaiaan
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil,:
and filed in the office of the Citv Clerk.
engineer
All persona claiming-damacee oa account of sai
proposed improvements, are reouired to file thei
olaims mthe office of tbe Clerk, in writing, on
before the Twenty-fifth day December. A-
li. E, WILSON,
novl3-dltaw4w -, .- t :u. City Clerk,
Paving Notice.
To all tcAora it may concern :
- , . , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, J
' . A i .Columbus. O., Nov. 16. IHefl.J
' -Nnftti. u lmrehv atven. thatoroeeedinffshave been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus,
making tne louuwinnimiinivfliuouie, iu .lb;
. hiw .r-.dino- anl oavine tbe wi Daved alrlewalka.
gntters and crossings on the west aide of Warning
ton avenue from the north side of Hatten Place
the south aide of Gay street. . ) . ,
Also, for recavine High street frjm Perry street
ot the corporation line. . - . 1
Also, tor srading and paving witn boulders
r -ad way of PnDlic alley from Fifth street to Sixth
atreet. ' 1 .
l hesametohe done in accordance withtheplats
and estimates t be prepared by tbe City Civil. En
gineer, and filed ia the office ef the City Clerk. ..
ah Dersons claiming uamazes on acconnr 01 said
RMwaa4 loiDmrsmt' . are renuireil to Ha thAiv
claima in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on
before tne r irst nay 01 janua y, a. i.
i-. -: 1 ,. X. E. WILSON,
aovl9-dltaw4w , City Clerk
FURNITURE,
KIOHAIL BALM. .
7 1 1 Y-J t i C. T,
CHiRLka 0. BELLOWS.
, I BL'TLK. . ; . . : .,T.,-5
IIAIin, BELLOWS Ac BUTLER,
FURNITURE..WARE- ROOMS
o. aH6&18 South Misjb St., .
V.' COLUMBUS. OHIO.
(.IKoir extrntivt I Manufactory U at tu root
1 . .. - jSouA itttft,o.tA Canal ,.i
Their business troi'sclions, both Wholesale
tieiau, new extend tbrcusnoutino ssiaiea 01 umo,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. -They -man I actor a
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGBOOM, HALL,
n r:a :; KITCHEN' FilRMIlbRE v A
t all classes and ever ilMi-n of snoeriovwork
manship and finish: Alao, Can-Seat Chairs
very deeeriptioa. W hoieeale gud Retail.. Vlj!
febo-docdlT,. ..
. ,uluv. 1 II T il 7 . : -.il t-.
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cr
or
D.
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to
tbe
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and
.
AND
of
iv
DRY GOODS.
186S.
AUTUMN.
1868.
GILCHRIST, GRAY k CO.
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD INVITE THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers te their nnnanallv extenaira
ard elegant assortment of
Extra Rioh Black Silks;
Noveltiea in Kancy Silks;
Poplins and Empress-Cloths;
French Merinos and Cashmeres;
Engliah and t rench derges;
Chamelion Epinglinesj
Rich liyocs Cloak Velvets;
Novelties in Plush Cloakinrs;
V elveteens for making Costumes; .
Astracban and Chinchilla Cloakings;
Superb Paisley Shawls;
Cashmere and Broche Shawls;
Point de Gate Laces. Collars and Sets;
Harris' Seamless and AUxaudres' Kids;
Superior Wi ter Hosier'
Aliases' and Men's Merino Tests.
THE
MOST COMPLETE
STt)CK
THE CITY
A
OF
House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Blankets, Muslins, Linens;
Sheetings, Lace Curtains, Towelings Ac, Ac
Also Trimming Satins.
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Underrarments of all rradea and anali-
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles.
oct7-d4m
GILCHRIST. GRAT 4 CO.
NAUGHTOFS
.03 :A
Y3Ji2MH .a A
FALL A!
DRY GOODS.
TO X3XJY A.T
NAUGHTON'S!
m t. t-l-ii. u -' Ji .v. A JL U W wd
roronasers of Dry Uoods are cordially invited
to
call and examine the
iE W S T O C K.
""IIT '' I''" '') 'PtlY fir
DRESS GOODS .....tCHEAPJ
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS ....
EVERYTHING.
CHEAP!
CHEAP
CHEAP 1
3JSAT2 10
JAMES
(lu'UlO I, J i III f
NAUGHTON,
118 At 122 South High Street,
novU-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OBIO.
CLOTHING.
CL.OTHING,
CUSTOM , AND READY-MADE
THE OHIO
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
SO. 185 OPERA BOVSZ BLOCK,
Columbus, OI.lo.f2
A SrPER B FIEW NTOCK off CLOTHS
V Cassimcres, Overcoating and Vestings. both
r oreign and uomestio. tor i all and W inter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both onr material!! and oar work
to be in the height of the nuxls. We s all spare
no pains in product nst trie most elegtint and laan
konab'e garments to be loand aojwheie.
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
OT which a treat part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en onr shelves, in all the varieties
of tne season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwars kept on hand.
HENRY MKlSn,. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer,
w . G. P&RKS. Foreman.
ocU3-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium
No. 220 South High St.,
CSOaLOMBUS, OHIO.
r HATE JUST RECEIVED TH1
L largest and finest stock . of Fall and Winter
Goods ever Drougot to tnis city, consisting ot
French,
jEiisrllssla. and
j3omifstio Cloths.
0.iBilm;r3, Aco.
for Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at tha low
.at Cash nrices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selectee
stock of
READY MADE CLOTH INC.
JOHH HUNTER,
juS.-dly South Hich strart,
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwardins: and Commishion
MERCHA1N T,
DIALER IN
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
OUR, WHISKY, Ac.
ff T st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, W Barley, e 0., etc.
F F' I'D E
aarsrffenid Ktl H4td firlagf
.Moalr AVe
wi
COLVMBVS, 0HKT.
i febU-deodly
ME.
ME
.1
r'LIVING DEATH!
The Annfirmnrl rtvWTMmfci. ... ftlmnitnif with
Peter. "1 die daily." Theohiect of this artiole is
not to remind DiKiof tJ his pangs, but to show
him how tobaniah them- I .forever T. he means
of immediate and permanent relief are .proffered
h!min .., i:- -: .-, . V- . ,. ; a:
HO 0 F L A N D'S !i; ;
GFRMAN iiBITTERS !
And ft 5a for him 3 lav wlwsthfie'he" rtn ena ttnna
to endure a living death. or to put himself in--
sition to render Ufa enjoyable.-. -.- .-. c '-.
Of ' the efB easy of this matchless vegttabla stom
achic are to be found in every city-and sown ia the
U nited--Statesr-healthy men and'Wirmen. rescued
from torture J By. its fAXose.udaAgr to b-ar
testimoaT'to- ita ir - ar --toes it differs- from
any other Bitters in eristeuoe. iat this special par
ticular it is not alcoholic. ' 11 - ' "- "
For sueh eonstituiione and system as raquir for
their iovigoration diffusive atlmulant. -
CERI-tANSlTONIOI
.f-Tt -"t.! mrt -..-ill .ta'S j i i,' f
Has been Drovtderf a omrMtravrinn im mhirth tim anl
id extracts of the finest restorative of the vcwetav
ble kiAvdom- are held in solution by spirituous
eent, pursed of all deleterious coo a tk Dents. oThe
atient. in eboosHie between tn-setwo creat antf
otec. s bo aid be guide t by his own condition . IF in
a verr low state from debility, the Tonic should be
nis selection; doe id cases woere tne eraerxency is
u'n, av jprvsmus. we oiuera is me, specina reauirea,
Thoasands find infin-T , ite benefit from tak-
ine nch in ujo.t-t mmtw There -is noohaeof
lnaiirefltton., biliousness, nervous diseaaa of ddmi
eat prostration to whioh they are not adapted. ao
in whiob, siuJy ox combiadd, tbey will aofc oifeca
Exchange JPain, for; JEase
Ihrl "Weakness f Strrntfth. ' Gel Vi8 of Ihe all.
ments Wuich interfere witn enjoyment; oaaagloom
and dasnondanoy to the winds: take a stronaar hold
lua uiwmuu, iu auora, ihqoiih aj -
Throuarh the instrumentality of the most newerfni
and popular of all vegetable invigoraot and eoi-
recuveai t-- . rr c t
H(iOFUXD:St,6E8MiSxBlTIERS.
BiTlotisness. Tnffiesttoti -General TJebnitVr and
fall the complaints which proceed fiom 4 warjt of
ruper, -acuoo. inr me. nver, ine scomaca. sntj,. ine
oweis, areeraaicatea Dy a course ot tnis great
CONSTnUTIlMtstoClPlC,
WntcnTlof rrhl v corhnati arlVortonerafaajiea'triat
:hare entrenched themselves in Ite system, but
is the best known SMetuard SKainst all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose' oeeupations and our-
euits suojeot them to the depressin- effects of a
elose. anwtiolesome atmospnere, should take it rex
u'arly ss a protection against tbe lo fevers and
other disorders' which malaria-engenders. Inva
lids who aro . . i. .1 . r. .
WASTING 1 A WAY.
' Witnout any speeiai eomrlaint. exceot a gradual
declination ot bodily strength and nervous eneray
will find in the UIl'- ir TURS a fountain o:
vitality and visor, as aj refresning and exil-
eraMncasa poolin tbe desert to the tand-scorched
and tainting travelers. . .,
HOOPLAND'S
Is composed of the pure inices (or, as they ate me
uicinaiiy termea,
Extracts), of Rrvoti, Herbs and
itSarks. waking a preparation manly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcohol io admixture of any
CERMAfJ TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the parest-auality otVSsnta iCraa RsrtrA
Orange, etei, making one. ot- the most pteasant AoJ
agreeable remedied ever offered-' to tie fulWtoT i
These remedies will efrectually e drblrl TcrKf onf-'
plaint, Jaundioe, uys- pepua, t;hronio or
-Nervous Debility, La, Chronio Diseases ol
the Kidneys, and all diseases axis ng from a disor
dered ldvei or stomach. A - -mJJUii J At
t suoh
i as Consti
pation. Inward
Piles. ,-Fultaes- ef
Blood ) to the r Heed.
AoidityVf he Stcrhaob.
Iauuea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering; at the nit of the Stomach.
Swimminirof the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Bres4h1ng,:.Fltrtteeiog at the 'Heart. Ohoking or
:Supucaung nensations arnen in a 4ii nc roature,
! Dimness of vision, irtits or Webs oelr
ifrrre the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
ot toe a Km arm "ryes, rain in the
Side, Hack, Cbest, Limbs, eto.
Sudden Flushes of Heat.
- V a -; Burning iin the Fleshy. ti--a .-.
kConstant Imasin- 1
ings id Evil, and
Urrat Depres
sioa of
Spirits. Tf -T-eTTrT
Thev are the Greatest and Beat- v
BLOOD PUKIFIERS
F--T- V; T'V- tr Vv. -7
Ever known, and wilf cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in older. a Keep your disestive
otaahe in a aound. . riaalthTeonHitlnn
the use of theseTemodies, and no disease will ev
assail you.
Weak and Delicate GFuTdferi
Are made stronr bv tbe use of either of these rem
ediea. Tbey wilt enreevery eo of HAH4SMUS
wrt-hemtfail - -- - -
Thousands of certificates have accumulated
the ban is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 hose, it will
observed, are men of note and of,suoh standing that
tney inusi De oeuevea
iTHE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PEraSYaLiVAKIA
m w m r
SPEAKS FOR THKKR RF.HKnittS X
Who would ask to more-dienified or. stionga
Jti. lLCiony Vi. i.- j. w ' i.i v
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vama, wriV3 : . . ,
1 PwrLADRXWiA. March 16, 189T.
' I find "Hooflahd's German Bitters" is a Kood ton
ic, useful in diseases Bvl of the digestive or
gans, and 01 great oen- a s ent in cases ot debil
ity and want cf nervoas acrisn in the sys'em.
Yours truly, t GEO. W. WOODWARD
HON. JAMES-THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
PHrT.ADBLnrtA. A prH 88. Wc,
I consider 'Hoofland's German Bitters", a valna.
ble medicine In cases of attacks of Indigestion
lispepsia. 1 can certify this from my experience
of it. X ours, witn respect.
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
1 i : i : t . 1; .
Prothonotary of the' Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes :
Philadelphia, So t.M.1867,
"Hoofland's Germai Bitters';is a very 'useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. 11 1- noi an m
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially
persons of all ag0. - no pectiuuy yours,
poisons Vi aMebP- jAMt-K06s SAOWDEN.
CAUTION-.
Hooflahd's German "Remedies are counterfeited
See that tbe signature f ot C. M. JACKSOS
is on the wrapper of Ii each bottle. All otb
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. Nor. 831 ARCH SllihoT. Phila
delphia, Pa,
CHARLES -M. EVANS, Proprietor
. rForirlx M.3l&g3'6kAiCa3
1. i .1,11 phioeb.
Hoofland's German Bittern per bottle..
.tl
Hoofland's lerman Bitters, aal
kalf dosen... s
Hoofland's German Tonie, put up in qt. bottles 1
1 ' n.r hol.ru m-. halt dose a tor l 00. -
1 i Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine. . 1 - i---.-- . ,;
-..:--. ,11, , . ...... ' "?'":':. t
-c 1 t. a .r- f a .--i --.-- k
.1
FDS ,',SALS.jBT'LZ'rPiUOgiSTs
livii.?
toe--i ( J .- i-M J ,)-i.,
I y 1, -l It . .. ) 1 Hliliil't '):
Q - ' srr- 1 ---.t ,: -.; ;. :i-n-- -i
THE SHOEMAKER'S DAUGHTER.
BY H. GARDINER.
[CONCLUSION.]
in
be
or
by
00
no
60
They, entered the, ante-chamber, , oc
cupied by .officers of various giades.sev
eral of whom rose from cards, or .smoking-
on benches tQ greet them., , A young
man, an aid-de-camp,, respectfully ad-
drtssed tliem, and inquired., their; ..busi
ness. ,.,Jrl- Mayer. again, . produced,, .his
etter. The officer bowed . profoundly.
and said he was at their service. ,( ploy
ing through the crowd of 'officershe leji
them by a.. staircase, npwarri.nn.til, ui
reached a large open landing, . tap
ped gently twice, and the door opened.
A servant, in ricn, itveryappeared .who
made way'or .the part;y, anc passing on,
with the theater of,tte paiace ; to. , their
right, they turned round and entered the
real Palace of the Tuile'rjes; . of .which
they .had hitherto .onjy; yisiteJhe
wing... .. ...
' Presently tli aid-de-camp paused." '
."iiitrqsieur w,m oq E;niq rrmyrrgn -xo
wait one moment, he said, as they en
tered an ante-chamher. it'will precede
you, and, return in an instant." ' " l",
, yy fjere are we , going I" asKea .JVat
erina, of ier father, in a whisper. : , '
t"lt don't, know but my head iegins
to grow'dizz j;' I begin to suspect' that
we must give way to circumstanced." '
"jjever ! ' exclaimed the "young girl,
firmly. , . '"'..''
"Will yon walk in T said the aid de-
canip.'retutning, and 'standing- with the
door iu 'one hand 'arid his' hat" in the
'M.' Mayer 'and.rfafenria blieyed Wie-
chanicallyl They' advanced with eyes'
dimmed by "excitement, with a'sin'ging
in their; ears, witb'kl fainting ' in ' the
heart a doubt a Tear af dread' that
left 'theni, a" minute latef, ' standing1 in'
tbe middle of a small room, unconscious
whether'they were" -in the presence -of
the Emperor 'of China," the Khan of
Tartary,' or 'r of the ? Grand ' ' Xrama : of
Thibet.' ' "! V.T
' YVell, Monsieur: Mayer, said" a
somewhat gerrtld voice.1'- ''
U1I! Maver And Kaerina liow saw'that
they''i'e in the fatrioua private chbiiit-t
of -the" Emperor Napoleon who' had
lust been crowned with-its rich orna
ments, its maps' and"' charts,1 ana -ire-
pplen'did furniture. ''"' By the!firo' B'tood,
UlS duck, mnieu iu il, a iiiun- ui"iuuuie
hight neither stout nor" thin;' with '
look' of power" arid genius, bht1 tinged by
haughtiness, pride, and a spirit ef 'inso
lent domineering. '. - -fjuii .'. uttiut-iot
M His Majesty; the Jwnperor, - 01'
M: Mayer to hiB daughter, bowrng as if
be were vfy- much molrned ai knwi-
while Katerina stood - erect, gespectlul-,:
but firm, and resow to oppose even
thewfll of Napoleetf, herwfaeIherl
was concerned" !?: ,f
Monsieur Mayer," sail theEmptTer,
1 : - i.. 1. : . . I: .. a
WHO was in uuh ui uia muurcuin ui giiuu
hutnbr.' ' ' I havef sent f or! f6ri -otrTWlriati
teftof business. Mademoiselle' Katerina','
be seated." ''-
''Katerina cttftseyed preFohridly, nhd
seated lierself ; M.-Mayer-stoed; by her
chair.
.."I am informed, M, Mayer, that vonr
daughter Uaa-tefused the. hand of.snepf,
my bravest ompfcrs, HJoiowl - JetrTfrnan
Now, a all ray subjects are my cLUdriin,
t iave sent for"j'ou .lo ask an explaria
tipn. It peerns inconceivable to me that
a daughter ot. a tradesman should TetUSd
tha hand of a distinguished, officer who
mav become, a marshal. " T-r5
Please your Imperial Majesty," said
Katerina, -firmly,, ud,; without.note of
hesitation .in bos voice.: JV Hii .nofc jihe
daughter of the obscure jBhoemaker-.wbo
refuses, thuj hand of Colonel. Petermafl,
but the poetess.VJeJw-.ij Vi r.-o
t'Ou I ' exclaimed JNapoIeon. a tlush pt.
pleasure i.crossingj his ..ckeeksrr-fpr.gA
a poem on .his campaign, jdiapj .deeply
gratified, perhaps, the vainest ,m an- , the
auim ovc. uiwuubcw- , w - mtv vidii.
. . "I am known to the public under that
name," said the young woman,, modest
ly. 1 ' . . - ,- :-. -. , .- -
.. "Then X pardon yon your refusal of
Colonel . Peterroan : . , put . and . his
Majesty, the great usurper, smiled "if
I allow you to reject a colonel, I cannot
a General, and that GeneraFthe, .Com
mander-in-Chief of the army in the first
military division.',' v - ,, ,. .. .
As he spoke, Napoleon rang! an offi
cer appeared, t who received an order iu
a low tone, ana aissappearea . . , :
' lour Majesty, exclaimed Ji.ate.rina,
warmly, "must' excuse", me. . ,Not all
your mighty power, pot all the deep in
spect I bear, to one who is making my
country illustrious with . victory, , can
make me marry where' my alTections are
not." .. . . . . . ;."1':.,'.t.'''
" But,. obstinate girl, where are your
affectionsi", said the' Emperor, with
provoking smile.; ' " '. '.
; " With the dead," "replied" Katerina,
sadly. ' "' '"'" '
" Explain yourself." ....
Katerina thought a .nonient, and then
briefly told the ..stpr'y o'ftlie pasf!
Paul, of Lis departure," of the boots! "
."The Commauder-in-Ch'iet'pf the
army of Paris," said an ushei,' as the
girl finished her story. " . . ' ' "."
Katerina turned round just in time to
be eauglit In the arms of. the 'dashing
young general, who Lad darted , toward
her the instant he entered.- i . ;in
Paul Katerina!" -were words tit
tered in the same breath. ! v "1"
Napoleon took up a letter, turned Lis
back on them, with a grim smile, as
h&'tbought them childish; and yet had
no objection to let them have time
express their feelings.;, Paul" drew the
shoemaker and his daughter into the
embrasure of the window, and rapidly
explained nimielf. ' He had never 'for
gotten them j had always' intended to
write, but had put it' off takeii rip as he
was by his military' duties. ,; He ' had
only been three weeks in Paris as commander-in-chief.
, A few 'evenings back
he saw a lovely woman at a ball; asked
who she was: heard that it wasMa-
dameoiselle Mayer; the intended"
this Colonel Peterhamj and angry;: lie
knew hot wby.'at this, he avoided being
seen' by ber. 'J Hearihg,',lidwe'v,er,'that
she' had refused' the CoTonel', be bad 'ta
ken this mode of agaitf' claiming his lit
tle wife. '' ' ''
"But, friend,' said the EmperOr',' who
had advanced nearer to them at theon-j
elusion of the conversation; "tbe' yoniig
lady' has " refused' the'Oommander-in-l
Chief of the army of Paris;' f
"BuVyour' Majesty; '-'?xclalmea ' Kal
teVina,' WnsMng,' "1 did'rio't'1 know--'It
a,f(i 8aid Napoteon': "btltboV'helvt
fi tin . 110 btlaltti di if) 9.tdj'
Why, -vonr - MaieKtv." exclaimed
j PauMaughing. Ifarifey tn'rftls ifMrTcV"
' your affair as'mtne.' "" ' ' !
! -KiVrH-,' Sd''.Nar)olrrU.Wliing-I
I heartily.. "How3 mhcli', "MF Mayer, do I
ow.ATyriu'- ib.''t1.08e ; two" pair, of boots
. Trr fA rrrA unnitnir 'lX C . w-3-l''; a
; 7 "vni twwvi cuvus u HJ Kl VC UIO VAC Ul b
!fdrtM"U' ' KCmtirl to
I ' -Wn'-.tir' exclairnea1 'Mayer.1 cbn-
:founded astounded. " Jt" was yorur'Ma
j jesty ! VT I 1-" ' '" - -'l i
! " It wasXieutenarit Boriaparte.wf'satd!
; NapdIeod;;''ifihfling;','Mt6''' whbtti wybtt1'
! wonld,' but for your good-natured little1
! daughter, have refused credit. ? n
" VV hat T yont Majesty wore my boots
on your first catifpaign't -T 'enjoyed the
honor !" beffiTsrae?."M,'am almost
Tost in aiaafcafrrent t fEhata jkmitj? man
l- JT 1 1. ? .
wMvcnpanieax-ariL, antj, wpo JtaJKa
of taking boots from a dead Austrian,,
waB To think of the Emperor Na-
! poleon making nis' tst' carnpaigti '1 n1 a
' dearnB CossAck's,;ttg!y lrde1" iOh,
' Kateriiia,' what an eyyon .haWigot !
sjuc. Majesty, AAmElvr-you, ,wjy : aUrw
me to to " .'" ' m"
,,"rro)icall-yourse.lf bootmaker to his
Sfaje'sf'y the'E m'peror iipolen'.lalJ tfie
I ex-Lieutenant of artillery, Bmiling. ''-M'
r Ohi youf Majesty f-arii bveTfcltA- '
tt d." - . Aiu.oeuA
Veiy irellPAatl.idD aduatstigucrte
)' contract of marriage betweerAV-yaturfielfg
an4rl?!,- aii.hy.. "o i!i rJ 4hT .
"Cleha!" cried Paul. .,M,, T
.'It Pj?ears-gP-.r And. now, J?aul, rt.n
away, 'send Caulincburt to me, and dorf t
be carried away by the women.'' to' heg-'
13Ct 'Ottf tftft."1 fTnf Oil 'iXA.t.lVlTIW't
tf. Paul, Katerina and ' Mayer - went ouAA
attaragAiai expresBtng their tbaqks, ajad
adjoumed to the apartmentfl af;tlt Go
; raanderrin-vpi
length, and o'
mandr:iQ-Cbief, where, again, atj (vlJI
ver a. dinner,, they, talked
;. Mayer'was "lost'Tn'Sc-
o I 1 ..,1 -
over the past. Mayer
- stacies'at baVfiigH-fartished!tBe,'TertHr --.
; Emperor, and his friendrdntiferiil.'wltft-
boots " bat this i delight 1 was rasdltttttjl
, abated whn-Pttl ia"si8terlsoiMayems).W
the epoch. of hi8raarrlagwit,hirAtvrjua ...
' shutting itp shop rndretiwogj&i'-itij,
! n.esB, .Tbe gqd gtirmauinWed
' Cttssixely,;.. bttt a 8raUt(fromp&aierina
soon set aside aU his scruples', whiie'th'e'
r old man nmeir'iyrrriiedVr1imr'f IP"
thought which illdtninafd1Bis,brir4!'
I suddenly. 'Mfi'T
j '' A Tfiorfth later, Napim TBiBgaboBt -
to leArVe Parish the tnarridgJtnoktrpfcictfJ
' and Katerina became a GenereU-aa'eio
: Panr ia-thoioucrS ToldieiV t.hraye.arrd
nobler, cbatxacteiwroea iin t hia,,, pritjg
Bion even higher, and provejl.flpijd
hus.b'mil aBd-arj excellent father. either
hVnor, liiwifa-evor changecTt'heir "fin,
ciples, serving Napoleon only .jfronj ta.
Cquyiction that, after the Revolution anf
thy Coati tion' h is Veigtlwas' Idffisf eifsa
ble'.3 Vne'n! h'e'aiedr:theV;ifemirSr.er!
faithful to his memory, 'and Tehisei'tS0
steVv'eftPBotfrbohsr-'' otK) ahT
'ji A- 'few rTrrrrAbs sfty the-rmArriage'ioag
Paul and Katerina, the.: grint'Siiinle'aef
MayeiM wagy explwned. Xh-e-frtr-matiwr
baiijetiredjftQPi-busipessi a h,.
promised, and had purchased, pottagi
oji, f the , ronija , $t, iPfV-n PflfiMj
Patf.aiid.KAterinajar
Witt itbErnjperoVurandtlie,, Eropje.
Josephiue, stopped toTepeak withun Sj,
rnomeritj, aajhe stood smoking his' pipe
on i"" little" - eminence. 'bverlbokfng Ine
titm W"Katr5na 'litisTied VM
to the eye's, arii foofeed con'foUride'd1 Mar1
confused, but both Napoleon "'afa'd'jo'si
pine'laug;lifeailieartilyi.''I l aaT
" On atlaite'bras',FiTate ri HieoWrJ
was,; eigjave'd1 :8IrijfoTd JIatef, iatt)
Shoemakertd'IIia.Mujt'etythe EfBpiero.
Naolxson,",.,! ..pill .nsaxiA .(I aoaoaO
"'it,'T. f,Mi' J!-. ! m.xJ .! vJu i9tVnJ "(rfl
t0A7yisi; EEaiABK, -r-" pavinji, irinjy,
writexl'jpoUona or aert piety, ijjsed.
to rise m tue 111 gut to waitu, Pay,
tQ read the Koran, .pne ,n
lllUt.. WllliS
v,.rf:rtf.i .
HB. A
mail o piacticaf vfii'wa'wo'B:lf!wiilstiT
w'i'a? riirltro-"- "tiAAMATrtiTiirT' Trifri!
''inJftter"ctUoTirn WTdSV-TSMiTelf?
gloni slumber.'wbtlsV'l 'alone 1 aakfty
praise God.' ' Son of .my sour,"''ht1 arr
ewe'red; 1 it ms bettarT to elpp"tlun Tto
wake to rematkthe faults -of, thy brttyk-i
iettJi'-'l o;?l OT.-frriT ol sinil i;tj IM SetW
li :' ; ni"J.n',:.. 1 aaw.i ,!iu( )A slltauj.
.n.li ... n n n 1 1 1 f 1 . , trattt 1 .ra . 1 U-llA
...i lit ,u a an a. .iun ' .... I , u
possibly seen five summers. Tha coae
being quite lull, ha sat in the lap ot,an-
.' - -wit.-i ' '.V'J'.'.
oth
er passeutrer. v 11110 uii.tiiti w v
out pickpoctets",
som
leiiiinir was biu au
and soon. the 'conversation 'became gen-
era! on ' tbat' interestfti!r' snbi'e
- i . - .1. . n V - " ..,.1.1
nbject. j. he
irehtle'ma'n' who was " therf-. hoIdln??,!oT?
yoiirig friend,' remarked-:.''" My line1fe'P
low, how easy I could pick your "p'otk
et." Na.-ybh VtuloT ut," replied le,
T-ve btten7 looking af for ya tttithil
tirrie T v ''' ? -:.-0 Jrh;aia
. '.t, tc;. 1 ' i ni ;a cai'fcaiw Ji m
a
i Ad rum. en - Englishmanisaid ,,
Judge Led with, of Newonk; the "Hlier
day tt H Yoor hoiibrj I'm a-rnoblumaa-ltt
disguise.'" rrSo IrctSve,Sejiliedtki
Jodgajsl1 Yo d-sgnised irti.iruor
abd as drank'as a lord."-Wkl ii--ie.l'
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