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BUSIHESSDIEECTOIXY
"ARCHITECT.,
T3fc 1 1
T-k 1' BKOoKiJ.
Jrchiiot. Ciiil krgtneer, Ao. -i ' i
wSe iitliNatiKHl fcsebsme Bank-'7
t suh TiATTORNEYS.2 8!i J 1
1 1 ,im ii i : 'i ' ' . i i i i.n.iiii n
ATTOKlilvl 8 AT LkW
Office,7?!. 80 houia High ttreet, Ambos BttHd
. Bttt,:,!,: " ' .'i 7 "'.n
ATToaaity-AT-tAw 4 kAT6R.,,,?"a
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alWAIil T,
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ltd : - t ... un:iji v
WILIOA WwOSHCFFf' " ,j" ' H
ATTORN V AT LAW.'"' '
Offiea W 1 uutfc Uisn street, A tubes BtrHdintT-
AoeiHineran4Dwlcr fn B)tKUta Heo
Id Croous, (Jlotiiing said JiotiiuMa. ,v v. ., a1
" ' r-- Ko.' West Kfond sEreei."'
BATHkIIOOMS.
HlTbsrtiill H.ir DraAger Hntr.nrl' Cnll
batks. ' itesemeal' rostoffloe B ildin. ' iu -
CHI
O ook. Bi ndtrs , tH4Uikjr.lio. : M ealtiMAnrem
motors ua f uuueoers. t .
BOOTS & SHOfeiSi""
lm jniira iLram. .l rni1. : van in
elejA:
fecaiat assortment, low sLiiea. lo mcrioeA. w
JJr Is the noted bouse fur food Boots and Ssmbs
at-iow prioes. iVtuesriatKeerTed-
-.;' ., t. JTli.Soutu'hujIj Street J .
COAL DEALERS.
AX .iuei ia fistelianar aaai- Ohio Coal.'. Aisov
WAS.lnin iuflAAvousnasKripV ". - r
"- ' ; ' No. 161 .oi to, Hish street
CJC)M5IS10M:;1ERC IIAINTS.;
Xjommimion, F rirn3fnr and Vrodneo Me
AaDts. duaiore in tst 114 ioue, n
WW. umad
gueet..t ......... f -y:
CORSETS.'1
,30-J.J :!
pw,, H. HAUNAEaa A4U, - i
XJ Hanutaoturen and IMalars in Faanob Ger
Kau ana. American Corsets. Also, Hoop ?kirts..
i.b i .iiiA-u i 11 opera House.
'CROCKERY,1 o;
(.J-T td a
1Tft7JU.a.a.AAa
I.WI
I hulesaleriauJ; Retail Dealer, ia. China.
Ouee4lwar..ilHarl'iatl lowis. Lamosanl Laiup
Fixtures. as ior.n tiign streeu
0.
rmporUp;koa WheleisOeand Retail 'Uea'er
ia Crockery. Cbiwa.. Gipa.Oattiiravif tiuai 4ioMM.
iVW. -RaoutughU-
;r : ;t pe.misiry;
m t ) AM. tlg.alirlaVlTt.Ul
oad street.
td be tbe&afci -J.-J
. ii )
i, .yaV(YJEJiTlstT-T4i bao states
vTe of Ueotistxy, inoludiug liunu's Improve,
ISineret Plat.. Ofheo; lOand ft Opcra'ftl.wa. -
UjRi GOOUiv,
tj Tit
V-.. .t'.f'c
llearerslnDry-GooaWos.-'Carpetr, Oil
Csutba. tUauioga. tobauiea. Jtatayt lUapa aua aura.
orner Uign suuriwu jtrnta, b'.ort .!: I
1 It.
JSUuiaN 4c O
f - , . . M oeMiap cufro aireee.
Carpets BaUinsA, pil 'lonsMrta.iiJiaUij If anu
II 'A . 4k Vl'asv " ".'
XA W holeeale and Aetair Dealers la Staple and
t aocy JJit 'Uoodsw auul aiauutaeturer of i
CioaaaXr . -i j : i .i t: . . ixa s. Uige i
Utaies
.eai a ara ' j buoan Klotib.l 1
A? FiLTUm A.Co,,aaah dealer iallry; Gjjodsand
Xrlf-nsi Iso
.T ' f ' ' "
cuuid cuauuimot. ...
..... -. : . t , i . , . 5. y -. -r :
kas.a,ava.-jsr-,w !
, .Wholesale and Katui D.-aler in Dry Got da
ii ii. aier in IT;
18 and JSi. Hon
2h it
Iraughton Building, iSo.- lit
street.'"
1! n.a.l.'.jlVU
iiaVA A Ului.y.
g.at-
Dealers in ntaisls and Farier DrV' Gooda and
Cients' f urnishing Good'. A4. neu House
ILVmUiol , aiAt at
VA;eaaeiaiuaiaplaJd tuUiWi
,.a. ... .;...4uM"Qvuu ttign street
i4 . 4aa4-Aasl.sa'aa 4M.v i
t IrrV.-ca-
Aai d'oraigo and Ooateatio ry Goods, Clptha,
i urn. eta.
Sio A 52 South High 8irau
.'DRUGGISTS,
,nl liaai
-a-aai. S4 a4 Ira : .' 's-
ol ;:-.'.
Ji PaopU'a lnsg Store, ieo Hooth Hi Sea Pw
aariaiiusM sJireraHr cviauu . aumimi.
JJ JOdN 8. JiaBEBTS.' .'t
l.tntiUliiA 4,thuri.i I .A hM
J
. I. f.,. '. ... i J54 North High streets
11 1 AsaslaK3saCase2 5 1 u St (1
:i !r. .auu awatu Higb &t., Owomka.u.a
iiHafln. SAia.iajsa. Ar.ir.... ' U'
X) W boleiale and kLe.aU lizaiig
atfciaU, and Daalatv
In rropritlarjf jteaicwes.
-4 North High street.
Mr- : --'"-JsNORaVERS,- ;!';
illCHkH atf Mtti, i.' - .
Al Designers, bngrarerr and Publishers,. .Nota
rial and uber seala engraved toorder;
Nos. 107 and ! South High Btreet.
''"RXTR&c.',
V MAoufacturtra and Vtiolefeale Bfi$pfdri
N,ViMSCt,IW r .
iigh bw, ttir Hoiiiw.
".1 '1W ttunth Hii
Vlllfl af aTT 2 Ft. fe " 1 1 M aK. af':fr.a.
A f . Unruilutnrar. awlstOM b limit VT 4V. W Basal
fftl 4iil W trtrryyilffk, 6 1 0V iJlWi4
S hqusEh fornisHaNg;:?
J ts. AaaiflssaaontV'ac jo"
ill. Ilealer. ia Hantlea. HtovM nA I
niakiqg Uoe)aj Vl.,'J(t4iPPw.aKl. Msweg iru
rVa.o,nl ni li an' -" AHaa iown aesei.
ABa4BTfcil-rAAgX7.K , .. -
-. Hoira- Furnishing Gols, Mantle.. Gratsa,
CSMST.JH aad Oaael Iron, Huvresaoel Mantles.
uTiotvl Mutn Hik ,ttag
a HBfri"' !" ''
A-Him In Manlwara. noose Furnishing Good.,
ti .nd Slate Mantles,- Grates; Hu ve. Hot
Fjuas. arrr t U-i'i-a M AartA Higbatrseti
ai' t,lwlr-tiOj .utit-J oil Dm 50 J el(iAiK
I
v
RTS1
EM EE. IS y -
Manufsctnreraad
holersle Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Con
si
sb.lJeaker fn berlin Zeoher
aid Kaner tidn
teorth tlMttoltf'jt-.
HOW "SEWI1TOU lft.CniIIEf
tioker and Panej Goods seneratryT Special Ani
Ateot
far the eeiebratetH-A Hwa oJsVMedai Sewing
Maohine.
0.6 south Uiab street.
HATSJtilAPS. -
A H I fl
r
51
hs. eUa. LAtir.- j'-.H.
(Sncceeaor to t-. i.aur J Dealer in Bass. USDS.
Fun and Straw Uoodi 3 hoot Uin street.
(bian 4olden HetO
tlHOTELSkMT.A T3!l
prop'nelor.
1fSll'fe.O S1IAFES HOi ei.i
J Vomer xugu aiwt Town streets.
0,; i JV4 J., ciAJuri uj rrouiieua-i
. .1 J t r,
Commodtoaai
I7ATTLEK HUI7iE.
Li Corner .iSeartanA FrfenS sU.
housjsind LaaaiTatalle. 1 . i . V -; .1 d.A
A.. A.4UKI.KS. rro?neior.
1nsuranoe:
C
OSNEOI ICOT. iniVTOAb LIFB i;".-
uraxee-Cowipan. ' Asseti. tl8,C09.0.
WMl. JAMlnOK. AjrenT.-tWwnbas,OJ
VEWKIKE MIlTESBERGERi
11 ENtEAL AUEN1S Securiw Life Inaoranee
Company.'. . : ' ,. Ko. 6 Opera House
TTOJIK INSCKANCK
com pa r pf:
JJL Columbus. Ow:.
mwiti ..J A air. cla
W. V, MiJAtiSK, Sec y. . . ! - , . - -'I
. ; -Office, No-A 7 Opera House
-.ailLLINERY- GOODSw-c'.;. X "'l
Gin;. MJMV : . .- i-..
Wholesale and Retail M llinerr Goods. ' '1
virJn! ll ei . Uieb street. Opera House Bleak.'
ft KM, A. IIUfVt.V. .-'.,-.
i.iJL Dealer iu Millinery, btraw uooaA ana fruam
mines. JNo-7 .i.rtn ain street.
wii.k r . - .
fje ilealer in MillineT,'Tress ni Cloak Trim-
mines nd-Pans.T Goods.. n(klmitrJl'h street.
MERCUANTl-T AlLORS.;::.
SCH4I HAHSI1SN K AOHL.CEOKH,
Merer, ant Tailort jnd L'faUrt W (rtnU' fur-
nisbiag Goods.
s-$a-18 North High street.
KISWAniDIK. 4 V
Fu
lirte. Marco&iiL a aiiur iui(iueajQra iMma :r o
THE O IIMTI KHCII T T A I C4 II I 43
AKeLOTEuKG C186!(B.btb,T.ri' beats'
fj Merchant laiioa andjjpaler in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Good's.
no. oi norm aisa street.
OHN MITra
tl MERCHA'5TTATTOTr6 "South-High st.
On'ice Mock of Ulotbmg eonuanlla on band.
-
NEWSDEALERS.
a- newB uesiier;, ' DiHJKBciioro )du OLBiioiicro-
-.- vUj Higteatreeai. nontoPoauMlice.i
krues-r.. '(1 44.'AfVr V set tt jr.
f ,ivNsw3 bealer,oakseUw. Stationer and Wod-v
or. ttblications In hotb German and Enit rsh.
Vi !. w'i VtW'Huh Hwh snrarita t
533
,(riiliAArKJ.(ttiT jv4,avj tui v muu km s m
M,ara4fetyre-ao4l tlwtir, mwRiae.-frliiaH
lrVDe1erstnfrfntinir,'jiooY. WTitifig and Kino
iCltVIv
fJw, .PayTlKHtAfHAKj I0T Bouih, nighjtieatx
floremaae Uevary tyle and ai
AAV Moiogrph",'ArdbMfyts.e. o'.; tq.VT
aim v.-.t.v
ravtatwt :M4ajai-laila J li-'-
ll4.. Nii"..aDeBoaiaeI . Treats Mseg.eadrNthaki
fcye, tar. Heart Tbruat iXuriga, Also, piseasea
oWeAMrrt'JtiWerf ?- V. .'
QS.XZ
4iiWhSle(ndlefl deadelW. fir "X l(?h
sJo. a and riainesa iSro.'a fiaujps. Also.
uos. Also. Orsrana-.
Lslelodeona and other mnniol iotrannLeL. . -i'.Y.
S6 North Uigb treet.
7?
TTHT
c; wood"
eBTA'ient' for thfckBriTiRs ari3EuTmersohl8 Pl-
annsui Aiaa, JtgaaSr AteloO sens al 4beet unfile."
m aA a-Kirfjo !i , &o4tk Higatroet.v :t
Ct . tRESJAJUiAT--i?-vr a
, Proprietor.: -j
WntWeaH?o
House. W . PiJaAlKL. General Agent.
jWATGHES AND JEWELRY.',,
R t. Ullat kt ac tO. ,' .... - :
Oealera in Fiae .Watches.. Clocks, Jewelry.
Piatedware.
cpeciaciea, 4MW-..J. ax . iu.u
w-l&
liAiras: HtKUI.MifOif,
U (SuTjaeeors to- Wui Blrorri dealers in Dia
monds. Watch a. Jewelry, aiivet War a"d.Soeo
tades."NiM oil Hoar. 'ina : a i n
, , i a -i' i. ". i '-' i .in ' . ".. 1 "
F.-i-4fci.V.VEAtJ-aaA.iaX?w-- rs r---M
Wholesale and Retail dealers In Watchea.
Clocks and JeeTrrv fio.'ll South High street.
! ,STRICTLY:ifWHOLh:SALtj!.i;iI
1 . -. . . a . .-m.
sr W I7r110r9 ! liTJ WVlun IUU AVw
; mnu u wiuin j-
lock, TowrJstreel
a . a a. J ial s.it" : 41 aa 1 r- '(
tti .uanufaoturers and Wholesale Dealers in B ots
and Shoes. .10 tu.oM tMooK. lows osji
trAn OTrVnrrc '
niafa
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
i
wrrs , . i . -
iVTOTICE IS HkHIsaV GIVEN TO
all whom It may concern, tnei tne v.ny nana
at Cleveland, an Independent Banking .Company,
orgAirfsed: and earring on buainess aa an lndepen-
dent banking -impany at the oity ol CleTeland,
Qbio.ueder an set of the Gen eral Aaaerhbly of the
said (State of whio, entitled "An Act to .incorporate
be Btate Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com-
pauies." passed February S4tli, Ihas. being desirous
relinquishing and cloeinr it. banking busiue-,
fotiateuanas in purau noe oi loasiaiuiui ma
..i J'.Mik nf . .hirti ...Ii naae mailfl. mid and r-
deemed m.'retban ninety per sent.-of the maximum
amount of its circulation notes, and delivered the
same t the freaaurtr ot state ofthe said state A
BAn . 11 the aal.iafaction of tne 1 re-surer.
secretary - an Audit r of State of said State of
Ohiolo the redemption of iUoutsiandingnoUs of
oirouiation at toe omce oi ldo n.uuiw v.ibj um k
of leva and. at the raid oily of .Cleveland. wht-r
ssia City Bank is located. , '
Done bf oraer oi.iua xru ui -vrwiun vi iu?
IJUvBankof Cleveland I.Ju.IrOrh . I8. - '
t . , . ,, LIS M 0 h L WiCK, President, .
pMWiltowBi'''"'-- ' -j'---'-''" '' ' ' V
'
,
al
.
t
Ait
I s'5hft. Sisters of SL Marj' .r
Aa7-TiwrlIWt3.-KEeBI'rfcY
Somerset, Perrr erontyrf will open their large
and suacious buildng for tb reesption of pupils on
ik. im Mm4..i.. H..lr 1IWL vorBoardand
i-uiiaawie.q, aoo, asa and gvutaocoraiuB w a uw-
otAhepaou. , uii.aauue-.;:'".
i Box Sol. au3-dtf
Adareea
joseph! h.::geiger
. i
i j Attorney
r at Law,
' ,ngM-eo ml , , COf TO 1TA;A Bigg 87.
' S. S. PINNEY'S v.
TVANClNtf ACADEM If IS K0W OPEN AT
I NAUCHTON HALL..
' Fcr iaiveaiiea. Satorday afternoon from I to'S
i M Gentlemen's evening class at AM1303
HALL Md intt.. at 8 o'clock F. M. octlA
4iii -t'OH- SALE.1
PAIR OF "J0K GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
i -: ..... ' L.n.isninJ. k i nji anil
aodaia yoa; o, very anaaouie, aina and
umnd .
vr ill d soiu mi
li AogSO-dtf j
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B1CHARD KEVIMiL
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PAPER WAREHOUSES.
0AMKS ANDREWS.
N. D. PERBT.
w. h. fotekT
WHOLESALE
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
. 7
ANDREWS, PERRY & CO.,
HAN CFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
BOOK
AND-
NEWS PAPER.
.
Also, erery artiole eonneeted with the Paper Buai-
ness, including
WRITING.
PRINTING and
WRAPPING PAPERS.
ENVELOPES,
PRINTERS' CARDS, &c.
Always keep on hand
BOOK,
NEWS and
COLORED INKS.
jNosJS andtflJ.Ni)
,: C3 i5 ISlU
ortlv Jlish St.
W
coLunois, oiiio.
;lwayi keep on hand a complete assortment o:
firat-clasa and superfine Writing,
i
i
FrintingandVBnk Book .
JessuD & Lafflin's
L L. Brown's,
! Ivanhoe Mills, &c.
' A'n'ikd'eis h'y'jiiul ' fillet! iif ai riaionable
erma an if preaent in person.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
IjUJZ .1QJ0T2 H3TMiV
he atten .ion of the Trade ia called to the superi
or atook of
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
Just received ndf sale by
V1NS k MYERS
36s 38 40 NOBT a IOH ST.,
I
COLUMBUS
Our atook comprises a full line of
Sook,
Writing
Colored and
Print Papers.
3
We hare a full stock of
-j 17 TV "7 TT? T I "O C
.4 w. a 'j JL jja 9
1
v i
.1 ,u ,ie, and varieties, which will be sold at ths
lowest market rates.
oub stock or
Ia ananrpassed in the eity.inoluding
BRISTOL BOARD
R. R. CHECK,
COLORED of ail kinds
And BLANK; "
1
GIVE US A- CALL
f
pov8"
trto-T fel
-3 AUTUMN.' p!
I - ii ," Tl i . I.ilf
1868.
' f-II!)'
on ii.-u ,o t!
ilf-
GiLCilRCT, GRAY 1' CO.,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
iv s .-jiii! vjL wiiSi'VTi birr. .m?-:". J:r vr:
ritoir t b iwyiTK the attentioi:
V .of Pnrchasers to their, unusually axtsnsire
ar elegant sasortmentof ' -' -.1 'i
t ' Extra Rlen Btack Silks:''
.,, ! Novelties in Fancy Silks; - ,-w
fun ins ana r. m Dress vioias:
Z-.; F reach Ulerinosasd
'. English and t rench :
serges:
ChamelioniJpimlinesi'i
Rich Lyops Ofoak Velvets;
1 Jtoveltieaib.rluak Otoakinat-i."iii4
. V el veteena for making Costumes; .
;...." Astraobaa and ChinchillaCtos kings; i 1j i; wc
Superb Paisley Shawls; r
Salt Caabmer. and ltreche Ohawlsfivo kOIEI
Point de Gase Laces. Collars a'nd Sets:.
Harris' 8auiteee and Alesaadnei' JOdslTCi
Superior Wi tcrHosierr
llisaes' and Men's Merino Vests.
g'qjG4Hj:iii
THE
-MOST COMPLETE 1
fin is
fviinrill
ll;
IN
THE "CITY
iiru 1
IIP
"C- '"';
: :l-.!.
O f. . JO ft 1.1
;,1-n r.
:n ill.''
House Furnishing Dry Gooda;
f.l
, sheetinE Lace Cartains.Towelings Ao dtcJ
u i i u i:
, ljini
i-.rrt if t'-rn..' ;' .1 .'1 t, .-. J.v
'J. .1 i' .1
' ALL AT THE
v- ,i in
in
VERY LOWEST- PRICES.-
l.t rt J -.i-lii. :-l-f.r)'i-,J S .'.i.!
Merino TTnerararaientS of all srradM and. onali.
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies. Misses and Boys. Also,
afresh, ttook: of Hnog lSkirta and Uoneta ia the
newer, styles.
octT-dlm
GILCHRIST. GRAY 4 CoV
J vtrrfs'V-
1 it.!".'
HTJGEIGH'S
A:
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i. ' ; I : '!r- -rriKiH
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ft
FALL; AND WINTER
,... -f, ' I-.,.- -. ' rj r--t r,--' .- L
DRY GOODS.
-T-. -.'.:',.; i .I,.' M.r-. '. ..hrvT-w
EXrRAORDIMRy INDUCEMENTS
'l?.-. V;! I..-'-w:. V !,;,.( );') f -,!! till
,;;.. TPBUT,,ATH
N AUCHTOFJ'SJ
! iis.nt v!i.T) t..!r In -ii'Mij"'n-a i;I
Puxcnaaers of Dry Goods are) oerdialfy invited .to
.... . jcuii ana examine Lne ,
ii-iuiV .ii-. ai.J ililiiVB-.in :irfl ,
- i i v.-i-.i .-...ft .Trlrw ,!.?s'-itjfi i ;
-;:b ...-!! .iJa:i..,U..'.' 'in .il'mtvi'l . -f.
DRESS GOODS .'.u'....l.L.:.. CHEAP I
l FANCY WWV&i"-' CHEAP
SHAWLS,' ......t.y.-..CH API 1(
DOMESl'lCS. ,...v.v.,. CHEAP
' BVERYTHI5G .......:..:i'....V.CHEAP!'
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JAIVIES; . cNAUGHT0N,
t ...... . ... . i
in
' 118 & 122 South Hlsrlt Streets
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CLOTHING.
. CLOTHING, ,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
i u--u.- r , THE:0Hi0 " ;H
9IerchantTailoring& Clothing Co.
i85 opera 'Movir BiociJ 1 '
.j- l.-r-ii ':::' Columto aa, ObJet.g
A SUPERB NEW STOCK of CLOTHS
t -Cassi meres. Overenatitia and - Vestinas. both
Foreign and Domestic, for Fall and Winter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF PASHIOU
Will always find both our material and onr work
to be in the height of the Mod.. We aliall spar
no pains in proaaomg tne most elegant and laan
lonat"e gar meats to be. found aojwueie ......
READY-MADE i CLOTHINa;
Of rhicb a treat Dart ia manufactured br ourselres.
lb tba mtit aad uinsC faabionaole stylaa, will al
wars be found en oar shelre. in all tha rarietiei
ot tne season, ac very iovr prices.
'GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, b1wats kept on hand.. -
- - ucnitr Mr.isr., superintendent.
:-,i;.J0HN RICH Trtaaarerj. .:;
W . G. PaRKS. Foreman. . '
oetM-deodSm
, . . . f .... - f , - . I,..,., :
1) i?T
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS
.'Oil
HUNTER'S T
; j... . : ..... .. .. . i .::-i.:i(u.ii'!
Clothing Emporium
No. 220 South High St.,
;;""; coLtNii8,oino.
r HATE JTTJST BEGEITED THE
L laraest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Uoods ever orougnt to uua city, consisting of
ITreikoh, - ,. . -
i liamrllailA and . ,
' - , lJomestio Olotbt.. .
CaBimere, &o.
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low.
eat Cash prices.
Also Keep ooustanuy on. nana a well seieetad
isock of -.-
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
i 'I j .'ill s:n -in JOHN HUNTER. 1
iu23-dlr i 8S!0 South Hiah strew.
commssion.
WM. MON YPENY, ,
Forwarding and . Commisbion
, , . : JIEItCIIANT,
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
jt'j.'i ,' OCH, WHISKY, cVcJ'nK
AW T at Prices Paid-at all limes
Corn, W liarley, e o.. eto.
Near Went East oINat'l M ad BrMarej
r I 1 a. "a
1868.CI
fi lira ?.
for
' -.ill -I .
WHY 'ENDURE
LIVIP JIEATII!
A
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V i '
Tha confirmed dyapeptie may almost say with St.
Peter. "1 die daily." Trie oh, eot of this article ia
eot of tuis article i
Ilia panK8.bat tosboi
not to remind him of
I
him hbwtobanish them' g forever. The mesnr
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
nimin r .,..!.,,,, ... . , .
..HOOFLAND'S
i i 1 . . 4 k i m - V." I - ' A fA . W' -
GERMAN -BITTERS !
4C; fl-Ji Ito. . . I'lll.. 1.
And It is for bim te say -whetUei he will ' rontrana
to endure .living doatb.orto.pat himself in t , ,
shlon to render life enjoyable. ",n
LIVING . ADVERTISEMENTS
i' l'i ' .n.tO .m-V '..i-t W 1
Of the efficacy of this" matchless Teg-tabld stora-1
motai o are to be found ia every city and town in the
'united states-bealtbv men and women, rescued
femo tortiere bv its - -ara use. and eaffer to h..r
testimony t its vir-' "aav ' tues - It differs from
any other Bitters in enstenoe, in tbia special par-
uvular ivn Din aiDDQfiiio.
Kor anch anniaituclMi.ai uatmaM.4v.nnir.fnr
ineir invigoratioa a dutuataa.tiinu ant.
i!n
n.,; ii il
f:r t: '.
TTrtrSrT. A MTTVCl ,1 a "i " f.
d-WWa, AJ&AA1AV SJ
.-. - - t : -i
GERMAN :TOniC I
-i a , f ,J i . ; . r- ... ... in
flag been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
4re -kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
gent, purged of all deleteriou. ceatrtamts. Tbe
Satieat. in choosing hetweenAheMtaea-areaA anti
otes, should be guide by bis own condition. If in
a very low state from debility; the Tonic should be
nig aoieei ion? Datin -easea where tne emergency is
not so ureseina. the Bitters ia the specifta reatiired.
Thousanda find infia- ire benefit from- tak
ing each ia turn. ' vaJr. There is nophaseof
indigestion, Diiiousness, nervous disease or pnysi
cat prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wuiuvsingiy or oemoinsd, tney will not etteot
oure,. - ...j - ... s u . .
e Pain for Ease
'And Weakness for 8tr-ngth. Get rid of the ail
ments "W-rtch interfere with eniorment: cast slooin
r.d.aesponaency tone winas; aa; s acxpuger nold
Wl .11 D BOB! 1 U OUV.. UWJIUD . f
. '. ?? f v.! Mlt
NEW-MAN
Through the Instrumentality of the ispst power'uf
and popular ot all vegetable tnvigoranu and col
reotivea - , . . ..... i... , - .
flOOFLAXD'S GERMAS ! -BITTERS.
i
' Biliotiflueaa. IndtseaLion. General TbiIitT and
all thft aomplainU which proceed from- wank of
proper actio a in toe nrer, toe tomaoB ana tbe
Don e.a. are eradicated j a courtve ol tins great
I CONSTITUTIONAL
Which not only combat-i and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tfce system, but
IK the best known eafeanard against all unhealthy
infloenoee. Persona wbone occupations and pur
suits suojeot them to the depressing effects of a
e'.oaevunwboleeonie atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection again. t the low fevers and
Otber disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids wno are
ll ;."
WASTING AWAY.
Witnoat any special t90TD?Ininf, exeenf ftfrradtia!
aeoiinauonoi oonny strrrto anT nervous eneriry.
will find, in-the BllV- r-.TKftS a foantain ni
vitality and Tic;-, as refres'iioir and exil-
eratiii as a pool in tne aeserc to tne tana-eoorooed
HOOFLAND'S
on -a
CERrVIAri BITTERS
Is compose! of the pure iuieesfor, as tbeyarjeme
dicinauy termed, .xtrnei!, ot ICiKitv gleab arm
BwkHrnaking a preparation bishly coooentrated
and entirely tree from Aleoholie admixture of any
Kind. ..... -
! cJ?0O ELAND'S .!
CERIVIA.TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, wita one (uwvt auoiKy ot Mnts- Jrua Kum
Grange, etc., making one ot tbe must pleasant and
BtrreeaoiB reuieuios ever utiercu iu iue pauiio
These remedies will effectually, cure Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, Uya- . pep.ia; - Chrouic or
Nervous Debility. aVw" Chroaio ' lliseases
tbe Kidneys, and all diseases aria ng irom a dieor-
dered iiivex or ccemaen,
. -o--.' l-'i ' Such - ."..' -;
' n .'. i'K 'lii M SJonalt.
i. 1 m i. pat;en. Inward
! a.ii.-i, ! i Piles. : Fullnesi .of" " r ' '
' Blood to the Head." ' ' '
Aoidity rf tl-e Stomach..
.f.u't-A-.'Kauaea.-Heartburn, Lliaust -j
for Food, Fullness or VV eight in the 1 '
. Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking
or F'lutteiing at the pit of the tStomaeh,
Swimming of the Head. Harried and iiifEcult
Breathing, fluttering at the Heart, Choking
Saaoeaiinx enaationa wnen in a i.tii'S fosture,
iijmiiiessot vision, Hots or v ens oelore the
! Bight, Fever and Inll PaiB in the Head,
j Aieucieocy ef Perspiration J YoUowness
of the 8kin and- Eyes, rain in the
i Side, Baetc, Cheat, Limbs, etc. - '
Sudden - Flushes, of Heal, ; "' 1
! Burning in the Flesh, 1 ; : -
Constant Imagih- "
1 ' .ingst Evil, ncL-,-, , ,T"
sina. oi. -
j Spirits. . . . r 'm . .
I 3 Ttfejraie'the Greatefft and BbsT; , ;? '
BI4OOD PUIUFIERS
" ft fi' ' I t . 1 I'- !:
Ever known, and trill cure all disease resulting
iroiu bad Blood.. Keep onr -Blood Dare. - KeeD
your Liver in-order.. : f Keep your directive
organs -ia -aouaa. -e - neaitny condition,
me use 01 tnese retoaaiee, ana no disease will ev
assail you.: . , . ...........
I 1 : : ' I -1 ' i '-ll '''' ' ;' ;. -
Weak and Delicate Children
1 . - -
Are made strong by the use of either of these rami
eoies. 1 ney. will euro every case of MAK AaMUa
without fail 1 ,
Thousands cf jcertifioateg have aeenmnlated
the baa is of the proprietors, hut spec will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will
ooservea, are men ot note ana oiisuca standing that
luey musi. oe oeiievea. a 1 1
rr
f 1 Tff.'r?-'
THE WHOLE SUPREME COUR
1
,OP, pE8YLYASIA.
' , .SPEAKS FOR THE Sit REMEDljCri,
Who would ask lor mor dignified or stronger tea.
' . . . timony ? , . .
; HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiiti t
PHlLADKLrHIA. March 1. 1867.
find ''Hoofland's Geruian Bitters" isa good ton
io. u eful in diseases gat .of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- I m efit in cases of debUity
and want of nervous ac'iin in tbe sys.ein-
; Voura teuly. uGKO. W. WOODWARD..
HON. J AM ES ; TH O M PSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
PaiT.AHBLFHIA, April SS. 18GoV
I eoaeider'vHoofiaBd'sGeriaan Hitters' a value
ble medicine in cuses of attacks of Indirection
Dyspepsia. I oan certify this irom my experienct.
01 it. V a uura, wiuixpeub.
. : . : . JAMES THOMPSON.
HONJAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prnthonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: ,
... Pblladklfbia, Sert. 14,1847.
"Hhofiand's Germai Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticles a tonic and as an appetiser. It i' not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
pe so ' jamJimtTkOsS S.NOWDEH.
CAUTION
: 1. .- ,
Hoofland's German Remedies are eonnterfeifed.
that the signature fj ol CM. JACKSO
is on tee wrapper of ' aasf each bottle:' All oth
ers are counterfeit. ' ' , -'
Principal Office and Manufactory at tbe German
Medicine Store. K 0.631 ARCH STBEKT. Phila
delphia, Fa. 1.
. CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
i vForjnsrly C. M. JACKSOIJ 4 jpQ"
r ' . . . . . . ... 1 . rro -
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. ...... ..$1
1 Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosen. 6
. Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1
; per bottle, or a hair dosen for $7 50.
i lie not forget to examine well tbe artiole yon boy
1 n order to get the genuine.-
j hi r.
i l f 4-1 j "I I s? ;
1
FOB SALS BY 1 ALL DRUGGISTS
i 1 And Dealers in Medicines everywhere. '.
JyJ-dwie -aeifwly. .y .,-.'
MEDICAL.'
.. ...r O-. .:.,-i1i.-;; .. ,7
[From the Albany (N. Y.) Argus.]
Suffering Among Prisoners of
War.
k ojfcm a iiviij iycui oyoftciiicuio iaa
tnose in -position to understand the case,
ttiaV 'tba barbarity , practiced. toward
. . t 1 11 . V - -
priKoners oi, war was. not an on itie aiae
of tlie ' South. '.'A, inedical oflScer wbo
served several months in 'the camp of
jirisoners at Elmira, in this. State, fia's
made a written statement, showing that
the' mortality among- the rebel prisoners
at' that' place was fully equal, if- pot' in
excess, of that at Andersonville.J, Y ''
"Tie says that some 3;000 out'of ll.uOO
lie bnried there'.' "The only -waller for
all this ctow3 of fiien 'was' obtained from
'miall stream1 Vhich also Tu'rnisbed the
nlr bathing facilities', and carried" off
ihe accumulation! of garbap-6 and ezcre-'
ment'. : Tbfl'fobd' was scant; 'and Vhonr
lacking in vegetables The tents "were
greatly crowded, and the hospitals the
same; so much so that the sniall-pbi-
patients were huddled together, ' and
jconld not' more' or be tnoved without
distressing each ' other. '" The -'inalter
furnished for vaccination -was 'bad,
and'1 horrid1 diseases "were1" thus-1 in-
trodaced. TBe" wnter'of 'tbis' shock'-
ing 'narratiVe -says " that- thti- saine
state of things prevailed in tbe prisons
of Sandusky, Fort ' Delaware, Sus'.,
though there were two or three honora
ble exceptions. The starvation of these
prisoners was not a matter of necessity,
bat practiced to gratify the cupidity of
tbe rascals in a position to make money
out of it.' He says the trouble at An-
dersonville was au absolute lack of pro
visions the prisoners faring nearly is
well as the rebel soldiers in the field.
Iw Texas, where food was comparative
ly plenty, the prisoners were, well sup
plied. This revelation of a competent
officer enables us to understand why the
Radicals in Congress have always re
fused to r investigate the treatment' of
prisoners confined in the .Worth. - borne
day the truth will come out iu spite of
the eiiortaot partisans, to , make -lfc ap
pear that the monsters were all on, the
bouthern side of the war. -The delib
erate refusal to exchange prisoners,
when it wks known that thousands '".of
Union soldiers were Bundling the horrors
of slow starvation, will yet blacken the
names of those gnirty of the atrocity.
The Anatomy of the Human
Frame.
or
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in
be
'
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It mieh t well . be a matter of sumrise
that we slioul J kno w so little of tbe me-
cnanism ot ine unman irame, uourious
ly wrought and fashioned is the house
we live in: and in the minute and care
ful examination of; it, adoration for. that
DIvjne heart and hand which' nave plan
ned ' its ' mysteries should .fill .the heart
with glad and grateful surprise and joy.
The careful investigations', of anatomists
disclose some curious i(aCts,7whTch may
oe 01 interest 10 iue reaaer,.r intue
human skeleton; 'about theiti'me pf ma
turity, are 165 bones. ' The muscles' are.'
about '500 in number.' Tbe length' bf"
the ahnlentary canal is aoout 32 feet.7
The! amount of blood'.in'a'n adult'aye'rages
30 pounds, or full one-fifth of tlie
entiie weight.'1 Tnr heart is'sfx inclies
in length, 'and. four inches'in 'diafuaVer
arid 'beat3 seventy1 times '.pelv minAte'
4.200' times ":fjer ; : hour.--,:idb.'SOTJ ' 'riei
day; '3,ir72,000 .tiriVea -jWr11 year,'. 'Vr
565,440.000 ' in " tlree-score'1' and' ,rte'n'
ateacu! 'beat 5 two-iand-a half ounces of
blood are thrown ' :bul 'bf'1 it,' 175 l.ptf
minute,' 5G5 pounds pur hour, yveri and
three-fuartersrtbns per ' day. " A1F he'
r.lA'f) in fFm -'Tirirlv rimtcpB' thrnncrri f ri",
"i""" j r ' o- , -
heart in three minutes. ' The lungs will
contain ab-jut one gallon'of :nir.i'!We
breathe on an averase l.zuu times per
hour; inhale'00 gallons bf air? ;i4,400
gallons per day." ' Thaggrega't s'lritaeS
of the air cells" of the' lutlga :) eViceeds
twenty thbnsand'"i'8qnare' lricTi'es, an
area very nearly efj'iial to' thfe -'floiof 'of
a " room ' twelve- feet -' sqnare."1 U he
average weight of the brain- of a tl1 adult
male is three pounds and eighl .onuces,
o?' a female two pounds and lour ounces.
Tne nerves are all counted - with lt di
rectly, or by the spinal marrow. ' These
nerves, ' together with ' ' thefl: ' 'branches
and" minute 11 raraincations; -'brobably
exceed '10.000,000 in ' iiumber. The
skin ; is composed !,of three layers,
and varies 11 trom" one-fourth'1' to "1 one
eighth of 'an inch ' in thickness" Its
average in ' an adult is estimated to be
2,000 square inches. -'The atmospheric
pressure being abotit-fburteen pounds
to theqmririch-a"perflrf'bf "medium
size is subjected to a pressure of 40,?
OOO pounds! ;Eachf""8qua're, inch'
skin contain 3, SOU sweating tnDesi- or
perspiratory pores, each op-which may
Im . likens! "to- a" little drairr 'til oe
forth of fin inch long, makig'atf' aggregate
'length of the entire, surface.
the body of 201,166 feet, or a tile .ditch
fpr draining the body almost forty miles
lonrr.-' Here, then.'are'some of the won
ders belonging to. the, house' we inhabit.
"Know .Thyself'' is 'au injunction but
poorly obeyed. A more' perfect knowl
edge a'more thorough study of the hu
man frame mie-ht at least lead to
better care, and training-and prolonga
tion of life" Surely ' "tot -are-fearfully
and wmdermUy''made. , '
A Railroad Incident.
["Gris," in the Cincinnati Times.]
or
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' ' There was a funny little' episode 'ori
the car, that lielped to" arouse n: " At
Montana a young man ana a young woman
came bh board of the sleeping car,
and 'the "tornver said, "See here, Mr.
OoncTuctor,1' I 'want one your ; best
bunks for this young" woman and one'.for
myself individually: "One will do for us
when we git to the BfuffWliey, Mariart
(a playful and affectionate poke at "Ma
riar' with his elbow.'to which she replies,
'now,' John,' quit!') for you 'see we're
gpin' to git married at Sfarlart tincles
when we git there, y We mighf ' a "been
married at' Montanny,'l)ut we"'took
habit to wait till we got to the Bluffs',
bain" ' as ' Mariar's ' uncle -is1 a ' minister,
apd they charge a gol'fired price for
hitchin' folks injtfo"ntanny." Maria
was assigned to ode" of the be8toiilt8?r,
and Johu was given' one not ''far away
After a 'time'the inmatfsor tne 'car
were all stowed away Iri their births t6
go through the inevitable' alternations'
sweltering and freezing.1' '1 v '
'.During aistbripage of the frain'at one
station the Voiee - of John was heard,
raised in pleading ' accents, all uneon-"
Kcions that the train had 'ertdppetT' and
that tones the noise ol the rattling
wjieelshad which drowned "frtiile "the
Cars. were, moving could be "distincdj
beard "by-, all when they had stopped.
j"Now, Ma-ri, you might give fellei
je$' one kipsv'na , .i -i-i4ii-.;a li-t;g
k' Jp)ni$y9,i.mH..ir I'll gii jrjgbt. oui
her hnd hoof it back UJ'ilosjcaiiay irr
theTinoirBtorm. " m
.t?!0nly one little kUi,,Uer,r ai'Ji
go ; hope to diaf 1 44a'-UP
"John ,a . 1 1., i i jo-)
Jnet at that intereatintr moment a trt'av .
head protruded from berth at the atav
ernd of the ear, and an old: man orisx
odt so that all could beRrvM'Mkrier.-forr
God's Bake giver John oho kiss- o .ttras
war can go to sleep some time to-night!."
It is needless to remirk that) a nloi
laughter rang from one end of the. ear to)
the other, under cover.fof-.-.wbicl Joha
Blank back to the 'solifary seclusion of
his "bunk," leaving Maria' WtKi tfhdla-
luiueu possession or. oer- marriage li
cense, whiclrhrMneVprit4(i-'tr5 permit
rre license to" JofcrrV'Hiitil iaccompaiiiAd .
by the proper certificate. And MaruUf.
ttaairjght,ao- rui-aal Hg.iy ia .07 14
["Gris," in the Cincinnati Times.] Heating Cars.
uiLei' "me thVd 'of h eatiri s paeeeiffrer
fjurs wak tried brvthe ConBectieutEiiwer
Railroad on WedneuaiyIt iBhiisrd-)
of ribed: by tht J&v Jlar-en-Jcivrmli, ',1
A bonnet is placed on tbe tcrn.o.,theh
car, at ac.AUid.rtcatch ba wjud
while the car is in motj'on, a"4he aic
rushes down the pipe in( the i corner' 'in
slde, close to a stove VKlcb i:faft"de;Wrlb.
a hot" air lackef, and attaAdto a'cTiirh'-T
bey forrtied1 -by t he heaf WnJ jnriketir
rounding it. Ob 4he-Bo6tfr tW't!ar
starida . a elosed-bor pactlyu fillttd-;with
waters iiThe r,- whetbiig.ailled..nithi 1
dust r.nptJi,which jjnterA thei feorinflj,
rushes direatly, iatq yns watex box,
where t ia thoroughilya(washed,,arid
passing into the beater, is or'e'd'ia
an absolute pure' state into" pipes'1 that
run near the floor the vhble IfnVtn" lb F
the car, on each side-arid-5 TJffe'r 'llie1'
seats:: At reper! intervals itbelsefnpsis
are perforatedwith small faoless thiawigW
which the heated and purified airfgd -capea
-,Th ;'whple,ai-a4igerriut; gajr.e
great satisfaction!, to all-on j tarvau4o
it is thought. that ,;vexy grea jyano,
tage baa been caiQ $01
public by .thisntwn.,
lbe apparatus is as easily governed
and regulated, as the simplest ptoveand
is not at att'cumDersome, lurqiffle tift'
and" brnamWat'arid doe's' "rrottoatf baTf1
as much as some attempts at tr'c'aVDea'l
ing kparatuB." The -warmth-iB d'tn
ted "equalfy thronghbuC; th entlref efigthH
ofthe car, and coming low down teWa'f&'s
the-fiooirsjilli.etiablepa8genge7a to-. al
ways kaep tbe ir feet cemfortably. wgrnW
. i ,
A f ASBFCL.yotb was paying iiSj ad
dresses to a gay, lass o ttiq countrj'jwno
' had long'clespaireS of bringing things tja
! a crisis. He called one dav when she
: was. atVomtr ao:ne','lfte,rJVe'V,fVl i)fe.
i nierib of the' weather," tLeVA sa1a'ir
looking slyly into his face :
I ',i art'imed6f you4astfeight., Ti i A
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"Yes-, I dritarhed- Ihat-ylrnktsieTHelitil
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To all Khom it may concerns ;j umrtlLrtfi lai)is
! CITY CLEEBL'S bFFICEr..l,. -
I SotioeiaorabrgiveKaapiioecesiingahavabeeiBa
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for -maoiiMtkefoUowii
g.aa'aveiaeaW, townt t l
: For grading and paving the unpared aidevvUlwt.fy
gutters and erosnings on Third1 Btreet from UortE
etreetsa NanhiPnblio laoei'.l .iMl nl auT
Also, forrepaving t,he aidewalk,s.,Qn tha east ii a, -of
-FrBtit street from the northeast corned ot rronx "
and iVwa sheets ta point .ifnotrtAirat I'awnud
street. .... .
Ata Tor!greliiig.lbUMienrinBIrtK'l
street to Seventh street. "ini-oja
i Aia. for aradina and aravelina the roadwav bf
1 Maestxeet from HiKhJtreet ta Wafer str.atr A
i also, lor nuiiaing a douoie row nag crossing
aorrw MoWevatreet on'tbdeassaide f.'Huibu'ealiJ
.1 1 ..rr u .u . .
l ;East Publio lane tr the- eastern-'- boundary- cf the5--
' "Vi j. sK.tr1 :'J v i-T'"'-:iJl-n .1.1 j
The same to be done in accordance with prats .
and estimates to be prepared bv tbe Citi aDivfli bV4
i gin er, and filed in tbe office of the City Clerk.
: Alltersousolaimina daroaaesa aoa.igBt rrf Amd
1, proposed improvements, ere required te file their. t
, claims in the oGBce ofthe Clerk, in writing, 'on or1-
before
.the
Fifth; day: of IJsceniber Aa A)wa
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City Clerti"-a
Paving Notice.
of
To all.wftomit mafycootrs ua , B-TJ-o-) .uiO
4 l l ..-l r' -1 .- V.B. a mu .b-iX
1 ' .I frm.iTiiaiTB O. . ttntr-g laKSr -"I"1'
' Notice is hereby fives, that nrooeediBahavaen;g
Instituted in the Citv Council of Columbna.for m.k. ,
ing thefolloiviDgimpreveTneDts,to-witi' 1
for grading me norm nan oi ferry strtet trqis
Hichatreet 1 tbeoorporationliDa.. .vi ..i.oiE.
; Also, foe grading and paving tbe . f utters and -cradiog
and' graveliag "the roadway, and 'side
jwalks on Mouad atrset from. sV'asbingtdn ageAinai)
to the east line or lot No. 16.
Alio fare double row flag Mote paviswitatbrgl
'Mound street upon th west side of .High street,. ,
' The same to be ddrre in accordance wilh plats and
estimates to be prepared by the Catff Civil ogile.J
eer. and filed in tbe ofnoe of the City Clerk.
All persoas claiming damages on account .'of aa!3
proposed improvements, are required, to file tbeir
claims intbeoffio of the Clerk, in writing, on rT3!
before, the 'ilteenth dv . of -De.m&ery.iVio
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Paving Notice.
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-ujtm ui oi.f CITYtJLERK.'8-OFPJCKii i'raa
Columovs. O., Nov. 8 188. i,
N nrle. la rrenhv viven that nroceerliTlcs nave been '
Instituted in ..the City Coaueil of, Coiuiubasr..fftatcr
making tho following improvements, to .wit :
Vat Aavin. a daiibl row flaa stooeviussiniraevaca u
Center alley on the north side of Long street.., . ....
i Also, for building a double row flag crossing "
across South Public lane at the west aide of High
atreeu-: ' - '.-.--.. ,WAi I . iV.i(I
Also, for building a double rew lag -erossing.!
across South street at the west side of High street?
i leaamtoadoninavceardanewith.plateasnb.'T
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer r
and filed in the-oSce of the City Clerk-
All persons claiming damages en account of aidj
proposed improvements, are required to file their ,
. claims intbeauhceof the Clerk, iu writing, mfn
before the 1 wenty-fifth Oay of December, jA.; ,
f868" ' J.,E, WILSON-
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. . j i ir jinawiij e'iyi bna
Paving Notice.
a
atlnvivmcert:''I S no ' '. nwot
To all snai lnvryeowceril
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i CITT CLERKS OFFICK. I ,131
rm.nMKrH. U Nov. 16- 1608-i . i.. .
' Notice Is troreby given, that proceedings I a Ve been'
instituted in the City- Counoil-of Ceiamaugv ifca..M
making the following improvements, to wit:
. Korr diua and paviua tba uxpaved sidewaikav
gutters and crossings on the west aide of Washing
ton avenue from the north side of liatton Phteeao'm
.' the south side of Gaystreet,
i Also. -forrecaving High-street rn;n trry atreef
ot tha eorporation line. ! -; '.,;!';'- ;lnii
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the '
. a'wey of Publio alley from Fifth street t BixUHs
ilTnesametobe done in aceordanee witn'thepTat'0
' andestimatea to be prepared by tba City Civil a-
. gineer, and filedin the office of theCity Clerk,
i i AH persons claiming datnagee en aeeeunt of said -'-;
proposed improvement', are required- to file their;,
elaims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
belore the Fitat ;daj of Janua K. wrLoW T K
novlO-dlUwiw,, ,,L;i ,.r.i"'" ' c"Jf CJrk.rpitrt
Paving Notice.
of
i
.To a YAo 5 ft . ,n
-1 1 b 1 ' 1 v Cot CUBITS O..AMf)y83, 1MB
I . - i : .1 a i : i i
ar-.iAA Tiarabv civen thatnrioeedinarBhavA dmb. r.
instituted in the City Council of Columbus. Tor
mailing the following improvements, te-wic : ut ill
. For grading and paving th unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and erosfing on the Trest side of the -vm
. cant ground west of the market bouse, and for pa-'Srir.g-the
balanoe of said vara at ground wilb Nimd-1
eon cavement .Irom Town street to Bicb atreet-,
Also, for iaying' a double row of flag crpfsing.
'erwa Canwt . alley or lb. oulh'd .f paxas OJ
' Ateo, frtrfcying a douWe.row fcaerserosV''
r ado same to oo u"uo . r V a , -l i s-. d ZZi,
' ertimates to be prepared br. h J ngHu7U
neer. andn ed in toy oim.-. . 'vj """"llL11.,n.,.1
!aH persons d.imioz damages on aeconnt W
pniposed improvementa. an required a. Bl,Hif in,
.h.nffieaof fli Clerk, in writing, on of
1 k.foih. SigkAhd -&t
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