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ATTORMhl-ATLAW A MAYOR, .
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-H ATTRilVAl'-LAW NotW Po'Do!,
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Unioan Wan a'a BuiMina;
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tuiui. mhmiu rosuituoa u iidin.
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M-r' Is the noted bouse for'aood Boots and Shoes
Jal I nmiaa iAeKtiiek inxtrawivari.
.1- It I (nt Td iaw MoaKSt High-all uetil '
-erQaiiaiiMan t'coj'""'" - :j.-ii i-5
,4i..ilara in MaAsMsgfesad OliaCeat. i-Aiad.
. li-,M'. i'''l'.mr street..
li .ta-kwkSaa lai i..'17' 1"'
4anmianoB. ftrirardfni abd fto'dueeilii'-
.eMntA.aeaiejajiuiyraia.i-'ieua, W W j'Broaa
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.JUfa- ami lawt areas ao Veaieraia FsettohviQer-
man an
a Ajnerveaa yarseu.. Alto, ttuop skirts.
- " -;'E ' 1 -Ml tpera House. "
tui Hi
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, VVra WaMleaalei aiij itatsn Dealer1 fa' CThiiia.
neeaaiWUfci-'iaaaMapend-i siap
tixiarea. . , , ; , , . i A qn.n Uig itreet.;.
VVV Importer aud Wholesale and Retail llealei
i Creckerr" Uhina. -Glass'. Catierr. Flaiel Uoada.
aiaai atari aaaif aw. -hit i i a j;.T k-.
J69 South flihaUti,,
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G.
W. AtfJNN. DKTLAT.Tka aaatakrlak
of Dentiatrr. iotxlndinc ijona'a J uvornM..
jVlineral Plate. Offiee, 1 and II Opera Block. " '
Oealeria-i)rr ood;TIHoB.rOmrieta, Oi'
Cloths. AtaUABsis. akskdea, UatsU Capa ase--r' ans,
yT aj,yiyenaueeUtAy ;;; B-;
Carpeta Katrine eil otBA,OeJie.iia,;leaiu
Fapdy DiUoodn. . ... i . .., .,. ,
"tl'S'r; holesaU and RalAll Deafen in Stanla and
aacyl'ars tkiodev aad aiantttaetarers "of Ladies
Mai alaA'iaB.aaaiaBa)s7saaa.4
viV Anna A aaak aeaieraia lrj iiuads aad
ott as. lofi south rouriourcet-. ,.. , -.-(i
1A,nM BAH.H'UST1""1-
' t Whoteasnv and Retail U aler in
Dry Good?,
Maoghtoa "WTli; 1 tfsVBoath tiigk
ueec.
mriB.it V asm St. a,.i (.''
. HAlrt T W''V I A
IV1 ttealers- ltfrftaple and Fahcy Dry. Goods' iviS
BeU' Jfaaoratiitit Boodt. No. Neif House.
ili.UasiiriuaAi- Aiico.-k J '
l BtealaraSn MtAolfi stid I'aunr Lr Oond '"
td l-iqm-v .,.'i.-ifce. WrxniLh tiirh utreef'
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Itr fioada. Clstaa.
i bra. ate
.v. DRUGGISTS.'" !,;Vh
iwWerth High U get.1
HI W HoLt-SAUiA JtaifAllaiDRUGOISTH.-'l
loo moutn Hun at.. Joibuotm. p."
BAijirrBU:sjJar&4,,,Ar, .j
, 7 k ,e1 ni Keiail IUnegist. ao,Deaier
f.1 ' . ' "S A'ortli liigh street.
11 ' ' .
v,.d br.a
".JjJSaRAYlfiRS.,"
XV i Designers. tDaTaars Ajuaiiihei.,'KoaH
rial awi I acata .usnc au oraer. t
" , '. Jiua. 107 and UA oaiA High
!t r i
. . . - , I i i u; .1 III ) 1 HI
i- Atanvraotanrs aad W holesale and Retail Deal
aMaa AaauireGhasra, Aiactrassesvete.' :l .-
oi l Jio. 01 ttout High 8t. Opera Hoase). '
OH M STU It f ll ' r. ajo . ,
u t.HHr. of nratftbuta Kta
M -U alt la a; la sjw . , " '."",1 -,
anataetarers ot 6 rut class Furniture, Whole-
sale land j Ketail, H areroeiaal!, ,f ,ad 8 9 wjni,e
Block.' i i
HOUSE1 'FURNISHING-
1' n. Aetfrisr.it 4u AXo., , . .
X!.1' Dealer- in Manfles, Stoves and House Kur
pishing Goods, Also, l'in.Coppet and Sheet Ixe.
Ware, .-m. J.T: H ItastTo.wn ttreet...,
mi 1 . . ..ilia ii'l llii
a.esnai fc rvaslTt.'' i r , ,
iVHouse i'urhiBbiog 'Good&,IIintres. tJrafes.
Cooper, f id. ana oueei (roq, btores ana oanuea.
mST? vi- - i yu7 Boatn High street.
AaTvrlf'l-AVLOH A tiurr) hiaa'A A
.-Deaisr in ssardwarss Moose laraarhing Oood,
Atarbie and Slate, ManUea.Grataa. Bt. Taa. Hot Aig
V urnaoee, Ac., . . M North High street,
lAlAtEKD,.:, - j'wr.''.
Pj. . Uanuractaxez na n noieraia ii aaierin rloop
Skirts and Uorsets . A Iso. dealer in IWaiav 2eBher
t Jit .4.1. 1 1 i(.-J idfjii ill's-
atwt-oot (M 0Ot B OUI JO OOI
-irAl Mi iiriet " e M
IM4 'H M (evan M.M Wianl SW
A-tauig.oiA.ao M ilaeu.eweael
34 ud .ti mi A GO b no
it'ooI to oof go" (Mil n ool
a -ol a e -a o
aMd iraney mooaaj . wm - i 1 1 n . r
I. A3KlWf- "
Dealer in MujTqaI Mnhkndue Bool I. Sta
tionery and FIdt GoinantjrT.Speei&l Aent
forthemleMtHAMHWabM'Medal Mewing
.wTij.tftiagr,'tr
VtevriolU
JDSPN. Proprietor.
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U CornnVBSlhMa,iin(TrrflLZT
Corner -Krarti' nKHWni it. Commodioni
tap tad tirniri nlbl .- ici-.:? ! tii. o f
LwAvijOWEKS. Pro one tor.
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nrne upmptny. U),ig,w., vif
.wrl- AOXn Aft; j
1BWlUI(iUt1V(ClEBEBfiER.
11 USiJLBJL.Ai AUEN4 Henritr L.ife4narAnee
kxmpADy na iixukiJ i. J foinptn Uonse.
W. 0. M. Aii
Q. W IH4FUMMa..v.ni!ll off Sl o 1
W holesale and Ketail JnillinerrUoods.a'O'M
Ml M.iiiakakmt.(TnaHa tttoeh.
nJi. lOetler in MUlioery, etw ttoaU.-aa Tiiso-
:'hn r-fit iinmi r.
mings.
No- 67 North Uisn street.
t faattoWlliKIC' V n . ! i a ia
hcl ei Jteater laJHtnerrr?rar wd eieafeTrtM-
minss nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hh street.'!
MERCHANT : ; XAIJjQRS,'
OC
1CH It tAJaiW ak'jl OHL.i!BEI.
fOa-Merohant TaUori and Il
i in fctents' Fn-
snj3..iliriariiisiii b-ivM . oW-i-bk-'I
V Merobaaa Tailor and Dealer-In ii,'Fnr-
nishing Goods.
Also atent tnffhe INemond Fdiirta.
KING
A A Ct.OTUl0 GO.r
suits made to ord
3ejvjVao-niado Clothipg al-
n hand.
l " t-. -r
fXaisiuSAAll
QhceoohlJjiassa
A rsDKfcWS A.HUI.
News UeaBrA'
'and Stationers.
or to Postolfice.
No. S6 riouib tiigl
IjVaKas. IfMLflANK,
A? News Dealer, Ueeksoller. Stationer and Kind
er. Publications in both German and ttng iah.
131 South Hirh trat.
I kill I il I -nr - i --.--,--t-
3
Sor'h uigh stree.
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i ..Hi.
AeiMiji Af no ttvwmory-miynmmt !?.- ' -
-r J J.tAe ,.oiitQiu-.-.v
jiiiaouBnsrae
t,wrt f-.in .-a
Har. aSBAit. XUTba aidltigSltLl8tVDiMawe
f .frhblesale ileta'dwlVMB?ox Lgb'te'li;
JeMdUaiD A-ttMOj iaaAsAAllo.3rgaisi
4jnAveritferKJbfcknr'taad KaMtenaa'snk
art wti't Mi 'iA irtl "nt ti lis. 'is Mo
RESTAURANT."1-
Itt-A'ri it0'jEXCtf AN G H 'rF.S.TAXJUAIS T.
enrerStae'and Hteh Streets1. - '''
rtohsqui JatMARI'MYAR, ProprieteS'9
sewing-machines:4
rt fit friy iri .. .L n- I;. .1
TjlluA
A lKT,A. 8AWiI):nACHlftBaV .leuiio
tae .world.
SefcrA aad ,-Opag
Botuo
,V, VlilMEL. General. Agent. ,.
D U..OU,BU'ir"c6; ''HV'--VVf-Pealers
in KineU'atoanayeioak8,-ewelry,
rSsiteSwiir;- Spectai.-ic-.oTlriCart Towo
CjA'ri-.e) Ac MKtnH,-tt.T;
I . (Jju-jossors to Wm. Blynn) dealers, in. Dia
monds. Watch s.Jewelr. Silver Ware aid tipec.
taolee. No. eil Houre. ' , . , . , - . , ,
FA. AL a.a3JS5KllX."' '
a "W bolral e - AfHl Retail dealers in Watches.
Gloeks and Jewelrr. .Vn. TlXeotk Hisrh street:
STRICTXiYv- WHOLES AL E.
-W BoiaaleDea!ere in DrrGnodsand (fntlohif.
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in B'-ota
and Shoes.
No. tiwynne Blocks Townt.
(J i;ejhalrAmajiilleA lM-C'ISthJag and
Ny- .XpahSwlh HiVaxstreet
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS, HfcHtiBy-iGIVENvTO:
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent) alanhina'tjniaey
organised and carry ins a -easiness as an lndepen
ilent BankingrNOsapanr-at the ott ni CltvelaadJ
Ohin.nuderan act of tbeGeiieal Assembly of the
said State of bioi entitled "An Aat te irMorpnratel
'he State Bank ot ObH-aad other Banking Coui
paoiea.7 passed t'-bmary aAth; 1W5, being dasirouai
ut relinquishing and clueiaaits Banking busiuesn.'
to tl at end baa' in pun aoe of the statute of thel
raid tale of vhio in sueh ease made, paid and re
deesaea ara than Thaety per east; of themaximnra .
amount of its eiraulatingHtotes, and delivered the
same tn the Treaaarerot State auS the eaid State of
'Ohio to be destroyed, and- have provided means and
giaaa ear amy to tbe aatisfaetioa eg tne1 Tre.aurer.i
Secretary and Audit -of ilate of said State of
Ohio io the redemption of its outstanding nots of
ietroulation at tbe office ef the National City Bsnk
of '4evetaad, at tae said city of Clevlaod, hare
said City Bank is located.
: Done by order ot the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July Stb. 1X68,
, -. .- t LKUiitL WsCK. PrasideisW il
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The vSisier s onst. Marj'p,
OF THE IvVKIMOfrUECElSTI-K OF
!lAmantL' Piirrv eountv. will onen their larse
and sacieug.buildiug for the recrpin of pupil on ;
the ffrst Monday in Septeuibe', 1808. h or Board and
the
Tui
uitieai t la, tw. asa and: aaii accoraiugjui sua uo
iaccoruiug uj toe o
SR. RU-. Suo't.
partmehtol tne pupil,
AsVaMaUeai&V.
jSsCiNfi ac adeS y jsow'opkii at
iAuunium rw.v. -
FfT 'atlVeiTilM Kmteakear- mfimWPIMWmi frr.TTT 4 tn H
K. Ml UeatlemeB's, evening. elatg at lAKBO )
HALL. 13d int., at 8 o'clock F. it. octlt
a-yFOH-i rlALiE.
A FAIROP-Ox!rODWI!l'cOttSin,!TE
rV and six yean' old. very hinHmm. w ml and
sound. Will be sold low.
I eay-aHMx HCBARTjr KKVINifc"
.O I H (HOTEL: A U J 0 o
ST. J A MESH OTEL,
I Fourtli Street, near MbIh,"'
,,0) .CfNClNNATlOHlt);
ENEY P. ELIAS, .... froprietor
.T'H'lSTOl'tjlAirBOOSKrcIiNfgALtr.
I nAted and convenient t j business, and to all
noints of travel, is tbe most desiriable stopping
olaee for persons visiting, the eit., No.pains.wiU
be spared ur maka the itsy ot guesu plearant in
i bun
Mrn moil uoii'.Hi
tf'ulj of siTb Ilmna on ni nlii'In'M"
JAMES ABDRXWS. K, D. ?gRBTj
ia in J a vino io'l .Hi i oilw iiijuil
nlfjiclijmoo utr.fnVl a.iji'iiB7 ilt 'to nno
Jilorlliw no (tin of fiiv.'fina ''"
-niiiq niacfcoiq nol ovt Lu ,Iof'iiL
mI ..'lil.Tifitnolain'iiqf.tmftiiJ-jia fii-a
iij-rtu ioiu fiil iio-jfi Ina Iuib
irt B-iftiiiii; ia .i iia.in.- st diiii b hi
x-Mt ttd'V .siJl il oi sn raiiiili is -lfing
yrtnut un jj:iivli ji ui eauivviusi uiiu:i
r . , . ..... ...
"Aitof w iAA4ilrAKr
Z-t Mil OJ li-liDD -xj .Jllll)l'iniOJ
AND
tn ,9wtia ni no ihThi blthnvll
iso.rery Article oariieoltS wttB'tfca Paper Bnsi
liel xI 'Ti'J 1iieM.sUUDr,:,oi t)"3 t,K
io eiua in iotl -i.il il:i ih-kij Hv.iir.JBl
WRITINGryr'i!'r it-.ib-.ms, xhl
fiiili 5nir!;7tt tv.aa i .-ii st l iuw I
.arn it i!i;:'u1tI iiiJj tj: i b-igi!Jo m
rATPnoia
UI9 soi k-i.ti y i ,t-..i ft. ii.rj ;i
il a.i ii Jini li liiii in-.up n'l f-na . t-'Baa
JPRINTERS' CARDS, Ac.
ii In sn5-tdui'j.tt U'OSJi;l '.rfi nt Fif
.11 )i Aiiigr.7
'!! In K-vAlvl;toewka '1 kiiIY'
!,; - -nt it ,.tnii;Ijmo ni--tiJ-.ih
-PU.OjIS-j gf.n-oja j ,tr.!qfnoiit'f oi
i,---:- .-! -.j jI noqa iitsiiji it,
o :? -itlw a-.-fia.-) Iairr'f l f! ji vhkhi di i-
COLORED .1ITKS.
,vi-iia 5: !isfi !5 Ii n! riA -.i
lu mm 3-j-jT ,!!J-iipL-ao-J ,fjrlw I; it It
vitltl- ;lf lo ftilliw sfl .v';--nifi
No ,9 J And, 95 NortU Dig h St ;
t'yjsirir.m hup nnitf.u?-' ftroiaoa-tnj i-l
wtrjtwiiCOWPWsV HMIIQi: e -;t,-,
Lai-fir t.( Oi n-tt-: f-.v iS fe ncpoi lol
t-liiiiWu-i -.-i.J oi 'iT'.vT.q fine
i Ll'i f"'- ''-t ,l la-" -,f.Mt.-. vt-r.M
Always Keep on hand a complete assortment of
io J l' tnrslelass and i 'wpernne'Writihg; l' ''J'"i
y;i.f.J u!i Printing and BiaDk-Boog -" f
-X-i yjL'i i:0 3Apai4olDlQdln .!:"! :- !-'iIi.:i
-fisnt fir "tJt-Trj ui-.e .?. vj I.-.if-i
Jessup, idt.iafflH.fs,! t ti'-i
L L. Brown's, OB 1,1 ;
m c-i vti-lo ','r-i!f Tt V.. Ji ii rv'"-
-ui a j lvannoanMilis,.i&c.
i :! .fivj -iiii niir.viiii,i;R sua! ,vr.i
j ni itiiloiifi ,1 i hi -i tii-nK-tioxs -in.!
i-.'i-n vli.iJj i:i f-iti.u sif q-i) vviJiit;
W AH. Orders by Mail ailed ea';M!iwbiiBlfltr
BovtS-deodAwtf '
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irtniitrti vfifi't nn ,Jf-r.J )A .tj-tTf-i
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Tne atten:ioa of the Trade (i called to the snwrri.
1 i.i.. ,i t i -j;. -er stock of - .:.. '.;.u-:i
i-i.ir-.t..- ,11. t-ilh ft. l i t -M
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glt -tx- oi v liiiif.t a-.?! :- ! S't-'-J
"'ill ,Rtrt:p ft vii.--t-.ri -.-l ''t l-i :!.'-i.'
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ENVELOPES,
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.S-.l-Jlififi Ot l-t
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Df. all liies and varieties, which will be gold at thi
lowest market rates. -
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AUTUMN.
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GRAY & CO,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD nVITK THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of
Extra Rich Black Silks;
Novelties in Fancy Silks:
Poplins and Empress Cloths;
F rench Merinos and Cashmeres;
Knglisb and French Serges;
Ohamelion Epinglines;
Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets;
Novelties in Plush Cloakinss;
V elve teens for making Costumes;
Astraoban and Chinchilla Cloakings;
Superb Paisley Shawls:
Casbmere and Broche Shawls;
Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sets;
Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids;
Superior Wi ter Hosier'
Hisses' and Men's Merino Test.
THE
MOST COMPLETE
STOCK
IN 'THE CITY
OF
House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Blankets, Muslin", Linens:
Sheetings Lace Curtains, Towelings Ac, Ac.
Also Trimming- Satins.
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Undertarments of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a fr. sh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles.
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GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
NAUGHTOFS
.00 & WoAIh .3 .a
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
Exrj.A4PDLtfl5;rI inducements
TO BUY AT
NAUGHTON'S!
Purcnasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited .to
call and examine the
NEW STOCK.
Kin TIT OVMiOMO yror. Zllk
DRESS GOODS CHEAP 1
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
SHAWLS CHEAP!
DOMESTICS CHEAP
EVERYTHING CHEAP I
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 Ac 128 Sontlt Hlg-h Street,
novll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS.OniO.
CLOTHING.
CaLtOTJElINGr,
THE OHIO
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
JTO. 185 OPERA BOVSX BLOCS.,
Colnmbua. Ossle.
A tnpKRB NEW eTOCK of CLOTHS.
fa. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
roretgn and isomesuo. lor Fail and Winter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare
no paius in proauoing tne most eieg.nt and Xasn
ionable garments to be found any wheie.
EEAOY-MADE CLOTHING,
Of which a great part is maanfaetured bv ourselves.
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
oi tne season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwars kept on hand.
11KNKV M k IS b. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer,
w . G. PbRKS. Foreman.
oct23-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium.
No. 220 South High St.,
COHIiTI Ill'S, OHIO.
I HATE JTTT8T RECEIVED Till
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
'French,
liiijj-llisli find
Domestic Cloth si,
Caasimerets, fco.,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
sfook of
! READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER,
' juSt-dly 820 South Huth street.
COMMISSION.
W1YL MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
i MERCHANT,
i DEALER IH
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKY, Ac.
i 3- T st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, W Barley! e c, etc.
' M - M F,S ItE E t f-V
C0LU1IBV8, OHIO.
.feblS-doodly v.t-a-U
rf iitiw .iit.ill-Mj n in ooU
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Fill! 1
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f.ItU iliillJ- lto;.i ,tlitJiT7i-ii.o.7
g:li tMvotq ,b ei:J
'It'I tn -tntiufi3 r. iif Unit- it-iT '.-
U The eonflrrned. d rupeirt te mat almostea
Peter. VI die dily,?;t Tl)e sbiect ot. thi
pot to remind nini of ! . ; his panzs.
almoste? with -St.
!C of. thi. artdolA im
. his pangsibal tpsaow
himboetnbanish them .gl rofetref-'"Th'meni
ef aa mediate aad permaoeat alief proffered
BAia sa., f in, (l . rt :(, n n tnl -Mum
T'lS In I-. Itin im IMil tii K....9. iia
iBTRMAfi-9il'BITTERSi
j AWtt ts for hlm-tb say whetier;B' w'flt''rornfjnu
I tet.ninreeilis-ineAaaih.nrtABUt himkalf Ik j' -t
I siiioperanierli; aujoy.hle,-.-! ,-ui.ii il -a- lo I
: tlVIlij !, AHTiSErtENTS
;CL- --"Itt t vi'"'"', -.-,V T(i (i-!
i Of lha efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
I sahicare to-be fannd ia every aittr-aad towirin tbe
United. States healthy menand women, rescued
i from torture -byifs' f use. and eager to bear
. goBtHnenr tn its vir.il V - Lues.,, It uiffiera froia
I any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
j tsaalarM4tinotalooholioVii i o J;i-),u., :
.For such constitutions ed systems .require for
their inVigoratioa a diffusive ciinu:ant. - '
; fi'nitia t--t- ad ( ,ti- ,t . ?r'T .ftil
; lot truiHOOELAND'S -"-'
, tnfiTnifaivhil o i 't
: frit Seen prcviiied-g fr)fre.tWin which' tM hf-
Id extracts of the finest restorbtives of the vegeta-le-kiBgdoaa-ajraj
-held Is selattdar by .piritnaus
(gent, purieoVof all deleterious constvtaeata lha
: patient, tn choosing between th.-se two sreat antf
i 4wtas8Bopld be guides ohieaondlte.. -if ia
a very low state from debility, the Tooie should be
ais seieetiedf bat in case. Srhere the emereeasy 'it
not so pressing, the Bitters is the epeeifio n airerk
Thousands find infin- ite benefit from tak
ing each ia turn. VaJr - There is no phare of
loaigestiou. Dinonsness, nervous disease Hp pfiyfi
-eal prostration to which they are not adapted; aad
in watca,aingiyereomoiuM. tnay win notetteet
a ti t
. iUcbanffe PaiuifoEiEase
And Weakness Tor Str nuth- Get rid of the eil-
i men is wuieA iJEKttre mxtm moTineiii)k ctut ATlonm
and despondency to the winds; take a irons er hold
VA aAAw9'y.MIJielI.JUJl u, i f a.
i ThrougnVne instramentaftt v of the tnot nnwar'nl
i and popular ef all Vegetable invigoraata-and eai-
ff'M'H'i H'J'.M i: .na t-i.! -vt
...... ... I... , . t s .. t - i.l -I f I
flOOFLMD'S'&ERHAJ.--BITTERS;
lOtuneAS- JnxliA?HsliiSn' ilStr' Vni
t fttl the cwmplAiutd which proceed fioiae, want, ef
! nnu 1. sU. t: . U a aT A al -
IE
gnj BaVaA aig HMTJ - ill QAa Mil BlfVIUgaeJU 'HUH
ovwsvueereuuoa.ea pjr a
iciumo( una reM ha
i nt it. ml i 1 1 tisi j h
, Jn'i. urn -i jil fl'
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC;-
Ci. - - - " .: : - . - . - J
,a:.iATi-it 1 - i::. n -in.: ,-1 -rrji ot . -o :
! Whioh not only eonrbats and conquers diseases that
nave entrencned tnetneeives in tee system, but
is the beet known safecuard against all unhealthy
-influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
'Suitsseuajeoa them star be-lepresjinsr edfectg of a
loioee, emaroeteseeae aamenHierei snonid take it ret-
I ularly as a protection against the loir fevers and
other disorders whioh malaria engenders.
Iqva-
;tius wno are .
! WASTING AWAY,
fTrt r rc r-p a-
Witauht kayspeeiai eonrqlaint. exoeoi a gradual
itMlini.rtiia f K,util itnnik
willnd in the--BirJ ' 1 TKRd h foahtainfif
vitality and vigor, as 1 refres-jing and exil
eratinx as a pool in the desert to the eand-sooroned
and tainting travelers.
w HOOFLAND'S
I
Is compose ! of the
dicinailr termad.
Purej.uioes (or. ss they are me
Kxtr.icts), of Roots. Herbs and
Bnrkn. makine a DreDaration hichlT ennrAntr&tAH
! t, , 7 , jHQQFLAND'S,. r.:B
i. f . ' la rtiKM-.S :,l" .A tl ia -'.
j CER M Af3 !i TO NI C
Is a eorabinatnon of All 4he ihgredients 'odKe Bit
ters, with the rarest quality of tiauta Crt Ram,
Urange. eto.ratakiiig oaeot the sioet pleaant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to tbe public ' -I
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com-plaint,laJinJicf.pys-.i
vvpepsia, , Chrooier -er
Nervous' iTeai il C T . .Am Chriinie ,i.M.AS. ni
the Kidneys and all diseasaa aria na from aidiaor-l
uereu uivei or Bbuuiacu,
such
-i-'ir -7 Ia SYnfc'tagfUaQalt-" tri?ii2- 5--- I f
r, we? t .-v,!?ati0-Pwr k-ilrrt ili'w i- -..
, , . rilos. Fullness of , -,
!.i ' -Blood HdL fhe flesd,d
Aoidity nf the -oitoaiacn. ;J 7ad .(.:
Nauiea. Heartburn. Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
-Ptomaan,t3our.-.tructatu,ns, Sinking '
" V W ,.M,-iniT .1 It.- ni, ,k- sl,am.Ah.'i '
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and t.ifficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture.
uimness 01 vision, I'ots or Webs belore tbe
Sight. Keeeriand Diilt-4'ajn in the Head,
V$?M:Xtei V!lownesl 01
of the skin and Eyes, Paintn the
oiue, iiaoK, upeati,imb9, ete.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
.. Burning, jn the Flesh. , ,
lii''"'- aCbnstarrt Imagine
ings.nf Evil, and
Great Depres
sioa of
SnlHts. -
..... Thr?rS ,he Greatest and Bestl . . .
.l)IU.t.tiiUil I.: i ml J.)
! JBJL,OOr PDKIWEBS
, a,..-..- ..!. 4 :
Ever known, and fill' cure all .diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
gonr-fciver In older. ia Keep your dizestive
organs in. a onnd. healtbl condition, by
the aseef these reaieiie., aad ao disease wrii ever
"TRi1 you. ,v c pi. - : j-. r-.v - or :i".-i.,
1 -it, -t-I, t ft i,i-v A-..
Weak rand Delicate : Children
Are tii ado atronr bv thence of etther rif these rem-
fedies. ' They will cure every ease of MARASMUS
without fail . ,. ' . . .- ,-',.. 7
i Theuaaads cf eertifioate. baveacumulatod in
the baa is of thepQiprietors. bus- spaee--will allow
bf the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men ef note and ofooh staodutg that
&uj.iutiaii v uHiavw, -.-u..-:. j h..t.,. a
THEWHOLEt supreme court
1 '- li'!; j-V .? f - - - '-u , ' "
:,-OP PCSYsLTAIVIA: ' " ' ""'
j w1 i.- f - - - - T A
! j SPEAKS FOB, TBJJSt IUSMED1E3. iJ T
I tt-iit. - .7 y i ,v -"'X. '-, ml t.-'t - .
!W ho would ask-tormore dignified br stronger te-
timony T
i HONCW. WOODWARD.;
! i.X ....-I..T. - ...II ;.. .-.g
Chief Wstiee' of the Supreme Court of PeansyF
vania, writss: - . - , -
I . ' V Parr, ADgirm a, March iB- lfiaT:1
I 1 gnd -Hoonand'S German Bitters in a giKxl ton
?c- n-etui in diaeaaea BAB at th. dlf.nKt.iv.
of the digestive or-
1 ans.
, and of great ben- I wl
ent,in eases ot debt)
in-ttia ,..,ti - -
icy and want of nervous aetf -m in'the svsreth.
l ours truly. L.GEO. W
WOODWARD.
j HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
' Judge of the 8upre me- Court of Pehnsyvania.
I PDirmmmr, . nnl OQ loilii
' 'leonsider Hoeflaad'sGetman Bitters' 'a'valhv-
Die meaioiue iu e tses 01 iuki oi jnaiTOsrion or
Dtspepsia. I can oertify this from my experience
oi it.-' Aoura, witurespeot, -
,' . JAMES THOMPSON.'
hon: JAS. ROSS snowden
I'rothonotary of .the Supreme. Court oPennsylva-
uia, writes .
j r PBILf DELPHI AtSe.t. HBGT.
! "Hoofian(ls Gerraa-) Bitters? is a tFerjr asetul ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i- not an in
toxi ating drink, and may-be used beneficially by
persona ot eH age.- J Re pectfully yours, - -1
. .. 7?, JAMiSTiJOiSS SAOWDBN.l
; f 'i J ,T ' . i . St' i ft) ii :-t
i- . ; ,i m-: i i ';. i 1 " ,: i u x: '. . '
;- - oAUTiora.';-';""'!1.
e;'t - , . i- u-.' ,
1 H'oofland's German Remedies are' counterfeited.
Bee thit tbe signature ffA ot C. M. JACKiSON
is on tne wrapper of J . each bottle. Ail oth
ers ere counterfeit. 7- --
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
. elphia. Pa.
CHAilLE M.7EFANS, Proprietoi.
Formerly C. MJACKSON k CO.-
ItiMMiin r - K i n.'imt
1 t, i JPMOHS. - mr- I
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Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle-. tl go
-leofiand's tterman Bitters, half doaen.-.l,.. t vt)
Hoofland's German Tonio. put up in qt. bottles 1 M
per bottle, or a half doaen forS7 40..
Do not forget to examine well the article yon bay
n order to get the genuine.
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SALE BY ALL '-DSUGGZSTS
1.0111
11 V I .11
Hurt: i n
And Dealers in Medicine, everywhere,
iyU-dwAs-geowly . ... ., .
iiiniil s.n.iAiiitq
i ith 1 1 ill -ivy LLLLLJ IIIXLiLi
Ii tt Qtfim.tTi.jr .r.rr r.T.. rniTr ttj-i
MM 11 J.il,ll t s-j,,., ,.-i i t.ii,i
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
JOURNALISTIC SWINDLERS.
i
1
UMlaikjiig' qfuJiewapapep menriia this
ter wcitersUDwtidiUD.ti toft-einUHiiaai-:
rialisiia shyVW f JTpurteetstb -etrptj
Aid,:thatof ;sc doigAi.:derveB itiej
nectedj.titU fUe, .presa-.ohefclwiiflg
anecdote illustrates the retleurirsjSijflt
.Wfl.:)rtl HJrfll,W ,rJTWgl
that there .lsbqnor .among Jliuyesr,e4
wgl .ba. . 'rememberers,; that the, Yeteran j
Rebwrve Corps ; was retained, ia )perve;
aftev the rebellion for seTral tnontiiAaf-i
tet" tbe disKandment4 of 'onr'vdrufct&Jr;
armies', hrirbarie -reasoijfi prdbiablypper--ating
t secure. its -rete.ntiQn0Th',act!
that the corps was entailing a useless et-i
pnse on tbe-rers'i'airietiStvbioh it eoiildi
no ironget serw& naHyi 4ecshmgl apv'
parent, Sits Atnoei'S sAtTi thtt.iJon gross
would take action pn its gormDsr nxietifig
to.aBUBter.ibem rlntif Tserripeiiaudr.at
once began : U: Revise ' maasnreS:, to., er
r9aiih)eir;l'-xtentioa..i iThy.;T n
derstodd : Tryi 'Well that'- if- " tbe
Dress '.' could 1 Tj&:"indriced '.' io' nlesd
tbeir. pause Xyongress" ;wbuldrf probably
delay action, aud leave . therrt inj' nndiAr
tarbed '-possession of their Sinecures, at
Teastfor a few months longer. " Wifh 'a
view to this object a delegation of , the
corps stationed in Washington.' proceed
ed to " Newspaper pow,'" whpre they
were not Jong iu finding four "journal
Jits'f whowere willing to'" come doWn"
o'ri the; anticipated' action of Congress
for a pe:cuniary Cori8ideiration.'"The offi
cers of the corps bt once raised the Bum
of xine 1 thousand dollars Which was
promised these journalistic 'tenvsters in
castf" theTy jansed to tie forwarded daily
by' telegraph to 'their 'respective jour
nalsstrong arguments in faSrbr of retain
ing Tne Veteran Reserve -Corps' 1ri" Ber
vicel'One of these uhpHncipled Bohe
mians Believed cotild,1 besides cans
hrgf paragraphs to' De' instsrted rin the
Washington column of the ''journal
he misrepresented, secure the pub-
licattbhanyditbrlalin'favwfeofstb
retentfMi'oftue corps', for winch' tie was
rir'omlsed "one1 hundred 'dollars 'extra.
He was correct in his BUrmfseVand ln'a
few days', subetiu'eiif 'a' lon editorial,
such as he had promised, appeared' in
6ne.'of the 'leading New" York" dailies.
He thereupon proceeded to the officer'ln
whose possession the Corruption Fund had
been" placed and ' demanded he whole
sum.wluchhe assured theofficer Hi' would
properly divide among the'1 rest'pf "IhV
boys. l he othcef, believing mm toTH
an honorable mafi.turhed over the; whole
sum, and the' result waB 'that '"the- rest
of the boys" never recelved-a'penhy'fpr
trualr ' bMrvifB. l'Of' AritTT-du;,"T Kv' WAm'
naturally- indignant,' threatened 11 efpd
snre in the newspapers, arid'wherf 'they
found that could not"be'!!dohe1 Wittioitt
laying bare 1 their own- 'rascalityj they
concluded that' the; best plari'Wjuld--be
tfr satr;riothia mord hbriftl it.-""-t " "
Sooner or later, however; the 'rascalii
ty of these' iournalistid'swindlera is
f otrn d p lit by J h et emkijre'ti1 kWd tn.ey
uiscMargou omv uiei ,iefi trans uua ,, posi
tions they disgrace.-r.Irr the-ease refer i
red toy about three of toe 'pohr referrefd
tg" ijccupylpoitions &9 cprTespondehtS of
rrtiqifeWwiTpj:k,i aud Philadelphia.
journals. i Abe harvest lor these fellovs
comes -with every session '" of 'Congress-,'
when, in consideration pi a'certain sum
of money paid theh' by lobbyists,' they
ngree to use tbeir pt-ps and personal in
fluence to seeure he, passage 'pf,,, some
O-overnment robf)ingcmeasura -intended
sole! r for t h e purpose 'o& fillirle- th cof
fers of ' thieving .sp'ecnlaf6i-s.. This
charge, however,' ia'not i' s weeping 'jbtie,
for the majority , of journalists, :,on the
"Bow" are, gentlemen -of r. -ability And
characters "! .- '1 vt t.-i-t w.nt i.ii io.
THE CASE OF GEN. DYER.
Tbe Court of Inquiry ordered at the
request of General Dyer, Chief of the
Ordnance Bureau, in- his own -case.', for
the purpose of investigating the charges
brought against him by a Congressional
Committee, has been engaged taking
testimony for,. several days past, but , as
yet no evidence materially detrimental
to that officer has been elicited, i The
general im'pressinn'prevails that the in
rest igation will result, in bis triumphant
acquittal..,,.! n ,,, r . ; '
THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER
Still lives, but its sale is expVcted daily.
Amarked cbange in"its'torie"'-lias"b'eeii
noticed within tbe last ten daysf arid thtf
indications are' that 'it will ultimately
come out' boldly in' support of 'General
Grant.'-'1" - i'h-.mw'k't-i)F-i, t
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
Is TIO preSlded-'evVr-by'U.Ki'Hams,1!
1?.-Aa,WAiKrwVK4'WA5.WAkll'A.'.-.r
.
aoj., coi....6... vicor-uuuc... y,
the Baltimore San, and is getting a good
reputation '! for ' local news 'gathering'.
The Republican has been on the verge
or dissolution tor tne past tnree years a
ntunberpf' times, but has always man
aged to preserve its equilibrium and at
present bids fair to obtain a good pacing
"JES
[Written for the Ohio Statesman.]
[Written for the Ohio Statesman.] The Future of Turkey.
; The recent ;announcrrientVin ' the
newspapers of ,',the appointment,, by the
Imperial Government qf Turkey of Con
sular representatives. in several cities' of
the United btates, is additional assnf-
atice that be: enlarged and ' liberal pol
icy of the Sultan is note '.spasmodic or
ephemeral experimelit;-bTit tbat it is the
natural outgrowth -and development of
the ideas wbicn nave- influenced the ad
vanced classes in Turkey since the reign
of Selim III. -There are so few citi
zens of 'Turkey resident in- the United
States that it would seem to be of- little
importance that the Government of the
Porte should have Consular Agents in
the lesser cities of this country But it
is a part of the itvisu ;and' enlightened
policy which' is making the present ad
ministration of Turkey so conspicuous.
Indeed, it is only since the ostablish
ment iot a Turkish Legation Dear the
Government of the United tates, jthat
the American public haw begun to hare
any i just or -proper understanding of
Turkish T9oliticsK.t;;i. ii ??-.' Una br-.bm
Tnere is bo reason -why Tarkey,i
the-' march.- of civilization, I shotdd not
rapidly advance to- a placej among: the
foremost nations nd tha lindioations
are unmistakable' that not only the gov
ernment, but the people, are fully: coo
scions of tbe possibilities of their future,
and have resolved to realize the benefits
of a larger national developmenL'sWhat
aaAaWaa.aaUSAiKakai.atAfawa
rW.WiJFid!.Ja,tj-Att,a4Tanced more
jwpifUjr, im imuia) 4biViwrl. of
-r.itwbwUAUi.M v-JpAitba
rggfWi08aflfro0ttw;:!)91vW,fl?ri Aije
4TiifPimsjWr?iSWi BpKfwitiB
igtljsWS.xSBin-giwtrftyjip
eW9WrfM9.n, fUid tJw pjSjKftrf bVa
are directed to the art dipf (Ql
arjWfy, vdqiiBand institutions
of letters rnus niUy)rABi9bso
ciety "t-- -frnil gff i or retro
grade under the oppressingTnflueDce of
war, wri?chTs",Tnc,(niparbreimh the re-
ctFrrairts'J 6 fp lqj Tw-ltey
bare repose and security, and all Wwl is
advanced inififiiqWnatpxjrt)pial
ilpw??u ;?$. ti'v.iyidiai
character, will be the inevitable .se
quence.
? Tni7 feofganizatfrjtf fpibl?c',lriB't?ic
tion effected by Abdul Medjid, and -thi
-find s3ataUishti!ti'4fschdolf'9Bjstt' in.
due time be fruitful of great resuhst
TEIanieBAagylfinsteaCLoOiistwfcotavaly gratuitous but obligatory. Every.M
.n8. rvmaArPCed
at one ot tbe public schools, unless, the
parents show evidence that education
Wiff be-'&naiAterl prfvMaYeTyC- "
There is more democracy in
than t8 any rtrh10nf-BrtfopWi'x.
cept the Republic of SwitzeTlahdr'!eli
the eitizeBtinay Aspirate all tha4igtilje8
of the State, short of soyeruignty;; iharf
js nq, artificial. Aristocracy or, heredjtAry
honors', and tne arnue'a .'istincjtoti
are as open as Tn America. Men are
ttefimated foYtheirl
not advancein' consiJeTatidli 'of fJfi?
Virtnes of their ahdfatbrt.',Tb1e'e
publican eqHty 'Uf faforabltW tki
japid ad vailcemeATit cf Xawkiah'YojetiSy,
as virtue, taleat a.nd indiistTy ioetrtain
fit ewaxdjapd.,digntties:majr bjgly
.a: . "Ta 1 V .!? 1 a
i i.
'pttvneed r class, lire b'pen WUBW
orable ambHlbii k)f !,rr kTa
wards of taoral Atditdlaott Caralh.
It ia tbe boast And glory &Ajracitvstbaaj
the humblest citizen may aspire to JbitwA
highbsfc-houtli; that AaearissitKl erigtSa
ia. 9-(Ky4 BooVlitoiaf.-ri sosHt
birth, and that it is the inherent Jrtgikat
ofiegeryoiUen teap"rtioinyijaimkirjn '
iA-itocitjrgi,'whiclt Ai-tcapaoity tnkt
ifies him to fill. These principiMiiantsi
fitmlK-S00rP4-Tufkeyiiand
feature wbigli jrorrses. gjoripits epultsj,
Let Turkey be protected against Ikjxj,
pacty oflu8s.ia, let her enjoy peace ana
haye ari'. bppprtuni iyJ & dtvelpp f her
material resources 1 an & advancein ed)-
cation, and her people will soon' realize
the ftiil benefits' orth'eir'-politibal1 pHv?-
W. A. B.
a
vI(IIscELEANE0trS;"' "T
a a H il-tifdi'iinifiiii wi,' tii.l iiMonVi
HPWiJPTEjipriqMiSfr
u FOR ONliCXLAlri;7,
K.e:5atB Bejy ; ire:.Aaeaerl a-U f
SILV E IT- PLATE D" W A R E, flk'5.
3iu-.ari erti d-ritimsuiur srw: rti.j at-niar,
SENAtTO It CIB ? H A, A B,C t vr F.a,i
particulars, or send ONE DOLLAR and receive
tea-ehecha-descrihiraf ttnidiffaeenVanticieawhrch
we win sell frr One Dollar bach, and as a Coat
xismoN to toe sender-shoto of tne; article- fiiM'
.For $3, 30 checks and 2GT yds. Fhcfticfe
Kw(1.$.a, 50.ch?cks,nda30 ds,ShetCrjg,
Fpr, $4;p0 .fhec,,aiuf jdirtfetiflfo
brother articles, equally. valuable,.,, mt , ,t
TSbonld the hrtieles namt-d 'on fit Unecf s not bt'
desired, a selection can be . made from our .AAri
CUAi-OK List, which is greater than that of any
other-beuarf and mi ttarends rb'ao1rBOwtet6SirVto
boaurerior luany pther.coocern.we kii.w.thaftaa.
patronising Us once, you will continue fo do so.
! DON'T FAIL IO SEAD FOR CIRCULAR, 7
Address, .oiow
j innvs-tHttwr t
04 DllUDUri ot- ooston, JUSSS.
irtfiA. lo il l iTi tn ,riuinl
FH1LADELP
WMfts geT
PBINTKK,S INK-. GOOD- AUTTeLe.a-Trrl
, ink with which this issa. of the Republican".
' is printed is from the 'Gray's Fefry' Vrtntlng iiik
! W orks of C. E. ROBlMSOXli.ieVorf.flwaj
! freely, and is of a good colrr- Our brother pnnt
i "re can tudfe of" its, qaAtvtj by eomtarSag jwwiRh
- ink from other manufactories. The Delaware
; CouatyRepubliean. -J' - Jasiit Kiftiij fi -K
' 1 r-r-ilFromth. DelawafaGaietleihds
' To Fbiktebs. We have been using ybn gee-emJl
, weess a very fine quality- of ink from the Gray 's
Ferry manufactory of CHARM Ii. KOtll.NoON,
which our Pressmen say is tbe best for crlinder
I prees news work that they hnre used-fet a -SHngtl
' time. It is a clear black, and fiee from all kind ot'a,
sediment. ' Mr. Robinson is a practical ink hiaDU
; facturer, Iibeial and i oourteous in -all weMinesfe)
- transactions, and as he has recentli had the mis
; fortune to-be oarned oatvw sow) the oaore tree to
i recommend. bis ink and himself to the eatrocaga,
ot all. printers who desire good'ariiele' it tc.I
; cheap,ratea.1AddwsA.o.Ml,MinsVee
Oie of our contemporaries also reeohiisMiuls ItaM
t follows: ,
i -in Print-ISO Iki.-W Tiai'fbr seiner thio
- been uing toe Hews lak manufaetared. at Gray's
! Ferry Printing Ink WorksTPhiladelphla by O. .
, ROBINSON, and. aa gtateat aeaia week ago. have-
I fouod it better ad ipted to our preises than any ink
; we have) bad ih eur offiee for tea- $eersj It it 'hot
: only a very excellent article of ink, butiv ia ar-i,
nished at very reasonable jprices. The Works aUd
aHiAltWbUlD AA rau-ta aaVDIX WUmi A I l"N
manutacture Black and Uo-orad fri-tiBgand Ms
; oiraphic Inks, Varnishes, etc.. Their addross ig,
: Oray'g Ferry Road' and Thirty-third street. An 4T
i Ao, 521 -Minoa street. Uaeeretowa Herald- kunr
I w e never recommend an article in these columns
; unless it really merit it. and to earn whether our
own opinion of tbe ink the "Tax-payar" ianoari
using coincide I with pur pressman's, we inquired
his estimate. -He replied "Goee, very good:'' -aad
as we never knew him to deviate from, the trath-.
we inform our fellow printers that this was said or
ROBlKSOK'ti Philadelphia PrinUbc ma-tkreiar:
tne l ax-rayer, new I crK.
'cTctf.7,AVentib.
ANDREWS, PEHHT
V a mtA-AUW Jil -P..in'.i.. sit Oil
REGAAAblNCl THIS XSCTHM-XtlE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite yon to call at our pleasant Den-J'
ttd looms. So. 18 East I If oad street.-. , ' iiriil'in
Vour intelligence will discriminate between Tne,
ianeraat pretender and the p eoperiy gnaHfietl Den-o
Artificial tTOtVmade' bins' "are" wornrwfth,eAil
aid serve the pnrpetee ot .peach. narticarioro t
I ioeaaty. As Deotists weoimtobe the&est and
j is all that's good. ,'ilMWt Jn.A
. JTeetlj extracted without pain, r ajSraj
I-TT- , 1. -. i . - - ytn S T
. n lK l a. a? lini.l I A V .IIow' ';,,. .
Jb - Dollar profitably.1' Send S3 cents foVgcertt a-'1
cale. in Paekard t to. i Grand, Ho iagj)itih4-.i
tion consisting of Pianos, Melo3ens, Gpl j and Sil,
: ver tVatohes, Jewelry, Ac.,"' vahieoV a 0SuiJ
Every article to tie digposej ef o thai popular
Dollar Dlfcn. snd" not to be bald for until Vou know
what you are to received UarttacStaeitedeu.iiraAB.1
sent on reoeipt of S5 oents or five for SI.
- PACK ABU A CO AS West r.urtb-atreegj. V
CG-notau-B.w ,
JOSEPH :,H.".9 GBIGERa
I .,.j.,.-.,.; -iii Ixtg ,ilJ-a:fi niJA9 ltlw
I j ttoAMJjj, rti?rfP,-vrjwJ-.dT
PARBOH8UU.mKa,;!olliil'l n zood )nf
auaM-eodSm. f .tJOSJ TO.WttA jUffMSZ.-n
,1rKil noil OA COALtn w 'I ."vs'irto
T i1 t.'L E N Xgd It fru
V g,.f gSnB at nia aeeswltetaaA. :i- JV slliil liml
, and will take order In hotg CAMBRIDGE .a.
' Mni'itrNGCOAL. whieuht It prepared toellE1a
i ghelowestawtke,vrcov;p7Ui j- utt.
1 mw Specialattenuonpaidtofahipping.
' 1 mvl-eodly
i-ui'p line
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