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Kf BBOOKM., , .-,,.,; 1 .,, rm Ki 4.
Architect, Civil fcaiauy Ao, ., .
. . Office over the ftilnil "r"fite ynV
.ft fc i ATTORNEYS. 'J - v
JOmei, Ko. 6S aouta High street. Amboi BuSlf-
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WlT$ f VUfc.-Ai'-LAW A N.tarPblio..i-f1
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ujneo-osj tun pintreet, 41050. ttuiKVloc-.
CTIQK, AND COMMISSION;
1 ' llUV..!l
C e Aaotioneer and Dealer in Rail Estate House
IWdoodaCltliin aud NotMHia.' ' ' 1 '"
ft. WeatBiokditnatv"'
Bma,"l-aVa5ata!'l
Ii iHirtee and-elaw DreMea.' Hot aoColtr
aua. 1sa8.1a.nt roetomce a.alm4t 1
QOK;NDERS.7
O -Itaek iBdera- .Diaab.BowkiManmfawtaaeaL
ir&terg and ulOitbers
An.'AiU
w BOOTS & SHOLS
aUt
W
rf 1f Souta digb street. ' Jmt received, an
4M assortment
iea.MeaeealL 1 1
iiew atles: low prices.
tnr uH u Ac lo,s n V '-'V1 1 V '' '.
J U b aoeed tonie- for ood Boot and Shoe,
atiow PrieasuiAeaa HteokioMniMived.fit'.
1 '! -COAL "DEALERS.'
. Dealers in Pittsburgh, and, Ohio Ceal 4.Iao,
Ubk.; ilraia Til. and atonesiewer Pipe,
No.Ml .verta HMfBtret.
COABIISSION MEROMAiNTSv
XL. .Oouiuiiiaion, FurvariUoa-'inl Pradnaa Mar-
euantSydoeiera iMiyiaja, tVu. k. Jtl W. iiroad
atretft. " " . , i;,.;,
iVa iul iGQRSETS. )'
" r ' .
Dli. HMVKuKtmtJt UU.,
Manotacturera aiulUeaier im French, Ger-
' 19' 'Pra, Unuite.
V17. a aLt'ON,
im. tjiii 3 : e . 91 .no
axjfmal. kniF' Recall Deaf bp in flhina.
Qao.fcaaaeJliAaja-iriataiilaoda. l.&iifKBiflatiiD
Lift.ufat I-vtfc.i!.H la ' ;;iuca) JIuaU..t.,,.
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VH Bpwiar, BudiWhokMalevan RetkU, Daa
r.i 11
t iaaa(llfc "4k aiUoi.lalAil.fc'K,1" ' "laaiju-
Wjiit eci -l totaet Broad ttreet - f
W IIUNM. I)ENTiT':.
I j . T hi ;.
G.
The bejt striea
of D.Dtifltrr. intiludinff 'irann'M 'linnrnv.
jnnerl Hate. -Offlee-.O aud K'Opora btuck. .
avBKtaa. Aa COW'-") r-' ilJ
VJ. llaanira am Ur.ajkaua, Nataoaa.- Uarpeaa; Hit,
aitrner Higo kFne.i.uree.14, .., tj;
I i tjMOlliul ":, '' k;:-.'- dsn
J. ,-,. .i T.' u i4mifHithHieh itreet.fi
tarpetl alattins. QU Clotlil.tJntju, fSta laauu
FaBOjr Dry Uooda.' ' ' , , '
.ai a h, 11 1 nn.id n'' 1 "
Ha-Al fl.lM'-L',t.,:! f ,
e .Whol esaleaad Keiail Dealer, in Staple and
i.ner' lrt troodi,' and Aianafaoturen of ladiei
Ciaaaata .a edl :j:oi.a li3.fi. Uigo reel. -'.
tetful'ni'l
ri'. IIKl UOODII N I IIKb.
-V.-KlUm A CoAeaeh Aealerl in-Dl-v Ooods and
fAj,aVUa.(atb totuta.WMh re.'ire -J re
Vholesale1 and " ReUil bcaie ft? 'Dt ffocAiit
Aaaghtoa"lalld4a. oal4a-l eath-'il gkl'
a . nt.a la d itutL i.. i i
Dealer, in staple and iamy Dry GOedaanaV
Walla r nrnuning uouas.Jioaiaeu uoaw
VJT atealen ia dtapla and Vaoey Iri(Aeaaii V
Axh st ooutb nigh .trMt-
Aa Foreign and Dotnestio'.Tiry itfooJi'L'iothj,
t nr., etc. xaa a zo. Bum nigasvcw.' - -
"PeirjrVi Drtrg iWe?) Sooth Bicn St. Tr
acriavaunacf aiatlr iai)w Jded at aU boaiw-i J
1' nm ITT! Iff ' a""" I ! I I. .' III"! IN."
D rux titt trod; AiMHheearr J "' .'''""B :i
t u lift 1 J..';qainn.uito (
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UMU OS., VrUJUIUUOS, V
,aVha)n. 1 iPditDtatgUaiff.ini Paalaft,
ENGRAVERS.1
ti-n:v
BlCatltitl 4k. 'ItMiatKa rr ,1 om f t r
.rDewfnarej bnwraMra- and Rabliiher.. 'J(eta.
riai and-Otbanaeala .ngrareA.ae order.
-!Tv,, fvea, WaadioaaouU aigixtrwt.,,
I7-fT-
l:!.l-lt lOfT
'ansJaCTurera and Wfcolesile anKetau peiT
arsfn anutore. Chairs; Viattrasnea, tin. ";f. . - "
io.-0I South MiKa t. (t(i aat innmr.
O "ManiSaotureii oltoJaaajforni?? jrM
"-.a. vCaiirt!a''lt(4i' AV''!ak',i'-'-'1-'u
nj. flilBrin Mantlel. Stav. ,1 tjnnulTitb
UllinjtjaN r(f9?irVre. an.d,,Sheet Iroal
Waw.,,,,.,.;) .It .( rvn;iiW.flI6B
A Honaav-Fnrniihing Uod'. Jlantl.i. Qrataayl
"i,;io- .i ) 9: " auat. aHitbmaat.
A-i)ealer4a Hardware nauaeFarnilbiuir Oeodr,
arTll
alasMatanaY 6iaiaaAie,wawai ou vea. n aw
il'4 M b
j(io ' .Je-j-ut baotl 91
tl Manufacturer ai fholerale Dealer in Hoop
IkirU and Conreta Atooi denteria Hejiin Zepher
id r'anerUoei4l7n9qulh:Uiichslrr K
P. iXIf lX,
a Jlealerin Husieal Marrhandita. Bboi:Sb
fio4-jtnl fnT Ootids ceoetaUyppcial intent
fir (be eelabrated KHas Howe Oold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. KkoHi Hwk Mreet. cor. Rioh.
' (Sacemdr h K. IjnfO Dearnr 1b Ha. CarM.'
Furf and btraw Ooodaaai South. Hinn rtreet.
, .. ' Opposfte Depot. "l
-ua m cie -n rA V IUSOM. Fropffetaft I
(1 IlSl l'blt SI if'LS UOI'EL,
uorner mta and
I Tpwa atreeta.
'.if. Biycs ty.
Proprietor!
i'J
ri.1r-aeairf u.
k.i :i ailL ..lirl-K) J I Al
Uorner r ourta A. r nand ata. i;nmniofltaiia .
aoaia and exbsnsire stahles.' -jt ;!
2
; VlCC3Tt'T TWVTEI J "
risuiic ricBT' nafeTtTAfc' Lied. V.
K- larane Qoaipenri - Aaaeu, S18, 00,000. , . ', 1 J
- WM. JAMlri05.4MnUUolumhuj.,0,i
EWKIKK inil.TCIl(.KGfcK4 a
UE N tRAai AtifiMS Security Liie loiaranee
mpiny. . oi , e Opera Houses
TT9MM.! ftSUftaANCH
COM PA OF
jla. Oolnmbod. U.
' wiuauuuc, vr ai a'l Mil ewUM ABOVW. nuujll 1
SV. 0. M. BAKEK;Weo i.-i-nu . v-., i
Trl tftn ii racUtSee, Nn. At Opera Hooae i
atnet.l A .... atAaaC CI A 4V7 i
7 ,"" MILUNERY GOODS.
4- .1
V "-Whetawrte and RwaUMWtMrrekMd9.','
, . ll rt. Hieh street, Operaiiouse BloekJ ' 1
.VI Dealet i Milliners, tjtrew Goods' and Trim-
HMft a ftftaa U Mi I ai
mind. Ho. 67 fturth Hiah sueet.'
Dealer in alillinerr, Hreea and Cloak Trim
mines nd Fane (iooda. UoSouth Hubatreet.
MERCHANT ;TAlL0RS.:t
. Merobant Xaiiotas and liea-lem-hi iionta' Far-
Bishing WotKil - J 1 JJ "i.lu
1 1 me. HeriB High
iT-JeV- NHWAiUBER, srSf.,
VJa MerchaaUl'aikir aad Dealer.4B-43ehtlf'tir-
ikiaguoedav' Ais agent ror ttys Bievtond. SHirtA
t. V;1..J jatwh Hiarh itaeetrir
THEO(IWnF.liCltl(TT4iUKIII6
1 A. A CWlvktt CO-jae-tir: HiElistir'.0Bt.'
sujrriavle ordjirfeftdjtoacie
LxeyTii avrv arm. in utti irnn r'Hainn vj,
taAAa A. MA. - J i - J 1 a.tr! J.- 1
was. on aano. mn a r . n it iifin
moo batML. ., 1
OM all 1 at ttatl
Mwwmit Tit io trnd Dealef In tiliimifit anil
uenus- x arnuniDg uoooat '
No. 61 North Hish .treet
MERCHANT TAtlXtt JlnlSnnt), nirn .1
Ohnice .took of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
iMaliraiKnkdlam-ail .Mt.. .A
NO. SSjiomb High Mreet, nex door toistoluce.,
m',..h v i; )'i i - : iii . 'i 1 1 A.t
iu',c.ajjaiaMTajnw ., ., . . 11
lrJ'few teater,1Booksellei'. Stationer and Bind-1
ea.&Jr'iSMfeaUwii id botA fctonnao an n4eb.v u A
Sinn
i .JBanuiaetiirers and DeaJe'S in Writi
idraW WiaL, Fapera, uA a&Korcb t
n. Print
tg6t."
ia vif1 et Wir fen,! '-' 1 .a-uv a vra.
1 Wler1f In frjtKrow HookiWlitin ajf IbV.
Pacers ,30.8 jt 40 jurih,iJigh .treet.,, , , -,x
wrTt. fnil'iKi'. 'i titil ,nitn ii'iii."A
rs . .. . aioHih-fligE atreativ
a PHO'EpGRAHH.ltR. W.SohJ'iighstieet.t
rw auaea'ajaee iB.Trr-tyre mna " -
l-i,ii PkotOgrepUin .Ambrxitrpei; Oei4, to'4to'4'
llJjT. I-.-. . . :No-3goiith.Hlghatret. y
a No. S Opera House. Tret,t Diseases of .the
ba,A Beart,Tkrua4 aa Lungs. AfeelDfeeae.
ofVoiitenra.(lhilirerK f "
Jiitntt'
,TAjt
rtttTMnt
t .. .Wholesaie and Retail dealer!, for Light. v
UHDd--klaiie.3A 'Br; rnesrfecTorgwniV-
faeioaeom and other monicaUuwtiamenM. - v ,,T
L 38 North tfigh treaC
' trJ4t tWaar4m r!rf ?t ea rrt-wa fcf-ov7 JX
U .At fo. Cbiekerioera and Zmmersea'l Pi.u
ftr,49f 4! trert"
A
1 .4JorireTt5taeu rrlsrh rtreetr. - ' F' n-n3
,3M. OAUliaJILavKi itVfcR, t'roeriirter.'
' in 1 in n
' BBWING MACHINES.'-"
a El A Sfe.W-Ni ITlCHJiaiKS,
fXaTkA. iaWdlaviAaMNirMr' aad KOpara
bouse. W. P1MMEL, Oeneral Agent.
ITT rri-TTTt ' k VT rS "VTTiVrTTTiT t-t
xf AAV-rixa axj- ji vyiLakX-A
Ol i
K. i,je ,,
Baac ac-co..' .v"?. V ' v-, '-.
in Fioe W atnhea.: 'til ee tea' Jewel rv.
riaeuwvayucptaeiM, ino. 11 u.a 'town
Areet.
.'..' 14.3'r fll1 1. '!-:
vi (SUveora.t. w m. hitbd deaiev. in uia-
monda. watch Jewelry, allvei W,
are aud Spec
taclea. ,JloA ejt jj(onf.r
1. 1,i tTnlJ '! t
t 1 -VT "aV "'5"i.lR I! :a..n'r""' " "
A S Wol.ele and Reta-delerf ttrWmUnffH
flocks and Jewelrv,v. ?1 ooata rugh street.
TSICTLYra-WHOLESALE.
l.r'H
nAMCnuFi' hhud. dc ;u..
I J Wholaaala Dealnra in Drv Qnnda and Nntinna.
Si A SEDd.4 Owjafta.w&.Towiijstreet. -Xl
IlKij
IV MannfactnrerfranoVWheleaale Dealers in Boot
and Shoe.. No. t (JwJ una Block, Town St.. -
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
o1iifc:EJ 1 r 'w e B ra V' e fiirr few "to 1
all whom atia eonearn. thac-the CitT Bank -
Cleveland, an Independent banking Company,
raniaea auj oarrria on. bnsinea. al an indeoen
dent Bahkina ' .ouiDanv t the eitr oi Cleveland.
Ubin.nnderu.iratiat' the Gei erat Aisembjy ef b. ;
said State of thio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
k. Jritat Uank ot Okie and other -itankiog triax j
panies, passed F bruaryi4tn, 1845, heing desirous
ut relinquishing and closing its Banking busineMf,
te tLat .nd has. in pana.nce of the statutes of the
said, i-uwaof wbio lp such case aiade, paid aod ra
deemed more than ninety teroeoL of the maximum
tpionntof its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the t reasurer ot titale of the said State A
Ohio tb destroyed, end bat. provided meaneaud
given security to tbe satisfaction of tue Treasurer,
Sporetaiyr aodAudit .rof Stat, of said Stat, of
OJilb lo the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at toe onto, of toe.. patio u buy nana
oi v leveiand, at tbe said .eitj-of Cleveland, where
sand AJity is HKaieo-
... : i. .1 a!
one by order oi ine
order ot ibo lioxd of Directors of the
CitaKBsttknOf A,ieeUd,
aad I ma 1 af alt it MKM .. .
iCK. 'Present.
At&Al
.a.
Vf Somnrret Perrr eoanty, will open tnerr large
add spacious building for AeVeCfptinn of pupils on
ine nrst mnnaay lnHeptemDei', lwa. ror ooaruanu
i.iLiou.eio, oo, 9H5 aud au.accoraing iu vue uc
partolenl (
A"djres
oKiepiaiu i INAisK.ltvaii.riupi. '
Uera-'iil..
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JOSEPH H. -.QEICSER
' I Attorney at Xet-vv-(
pnftA-w-tTut eytiAj wa. -ww -a' a, Mvra a
S:wd.,PlNNEY'3 " ,
ii
ft
ttr-A(ADEMt48KeWOP15N-AT -
ii nAWvniwn naku
' For invovillealSsTtnfdajrarft'riodn. from f to. (
PI M r tJentlemen'a , 'evening elasa at AJIBOS
HA LL, 3d intt.. at a o-ciocK-r. au
eotll
5 j?QtLLAiJ&z: j. z,
i pair OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
V and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
1 auM
(1(1 ntuuaiiit flu i uto.
': i .O .affduulo
Vtft'-"te(
.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
JAMBS ANDREWS.
H. D. FCRBT.
W.-H. FOSTER.
WHOLESALE
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
I
I -
ANDREWS, PERRY & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
BOOK
AND
NEWS PAPER.
Alio, everr article eonneoted with the Paper Boai
neas, inolading
WRITING,
HINTING- and
WRAPPING PAPERS.
JESNVELOPES,
PRINTERS' CARDS, &c.
Always keep on band
BOOK,
I
NEWS and
j
COLORED INKS.
No?. 93 and 95 North High St J
.00 & YSUOAHt. .0 A
UABj nuajs, uniu.
Always keep on hand a complete assortment of
j first clsss and snperfine Writing.
; Printing and Blank Book
j ttiti Out
jjessup & Lafflin's,
L L Brown's,
Ivanhoe Mills, &c.
j W Ail Orjara b. AH filled way aa
terms as if present in person.
;nov28-deodxwtf
i
aablo
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the super!-
or .took of
PAPERS OfILt RINDS.
Jnstreoeived ndf sale by
it mm
KEVINS
mm m
& M
36i 3840 NORTH IGH ST..
COLUMBUS
Our itook comprises a full line of
Book.
Writing,
j Colored and
I
! IPrlnt Papers.
!
l '
i
We bare a fall stock of
I
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be fold at the
lowest market rates.
OUB STOCK or
3?t X
la unsurpassed in the oity. inolading
BRISTOL BOARD
R. R. CHECK,
COLORED of ail kinds
AmfBEANKT
OX US A. CALL
S2 iT f r J " CT
.
it-rdol
M
i
' pB.T GOODS."-11-0 0lU b:
I'll I i
1868.'
ct o;-r.ALrUiUi.a ni:. 1515.
T 'TV aTT BT m r f
! MI13 SttO.l 1i;'t ::' f'iT J.
.;n ---"t;:iq'!i.
r. on ?
I V.-Y. .'u:i!j )Ii(li1;.nnr iii'.:- - -.:; i I .
TTTOTJLD INVITE THE ATTENTION
' V ' of Purchasers to thoir unusually axteneiv.
and elegant as3urtineat of -r
! V ! Extra Rleh Brack Silkst' ! JKi-jri 7f.lo u.
I .Novelties in Fancy Silks:
! T iii Poplins and Euprets-iUkitbs; " -.'Ull it 1 1 i
f French Merinos aad Ca."hoieres: ,
! Z tcKnglieb and Kreneh SergM;'" iMi U.-n
, vuaineuou ,uinauues; r . , ...
ill ''Rich Lvecs Olbali VlvetsylnJ(lJ niiff V.l A
! j Kevelties in Plush doakinrs;. ;
V arteteecra for making tstutrKf'"3 '
I r Astraoban and Chinchilla Cloakiogst .. i, ,, .,
, S"' Huperb Paisley Shawlsf' eTTrTTj. J''-'"
laI Point do Oaie Lace.; Collars aBa,(etsr"0,''i1
Hams' Seamless-aod Al3ao.dres. iLidll . .
Superior Wi ter Hosicrr-'3 "le f'"
Hisses' and Men's Merino Testa.
THE
MQST COMPLETE
itna .'fins-its in '. !?a i ;Urra hii'iifmnl i
INi iTHE CITY
..Itrll T.iii.'j
i or,
.)rr'U.''.-t
' ... . ::. ... . ..I ...
owe FnrnlsWni Dr Goods: ' J "
xiuune r u
j(iit Blankets. Aluslin Linens: t n J.'oy.
Sheetings Lace Curtains, Towelings CO.. 4te.
J.'Jaian runioiu pauaa-.i.Vl iH'!f CM i'ljlovl
Tisn; j; rJi'O:? jfs 1 ft ill yit oi I':itio if
i: jti'v t ' ALL AT THB L'iifitl'I e
-. : f.II'IW.'l'.f .1 l l MVWr.if "i
i .YERYs LOWEST,; PJUCES. i
!i(l lo -8(1 f.r' Flgrntansfit "!tkf.
trl f .rltiM!.!;,!-, 1, :;- -,').,'i
Merino Underrarments of all trade, and anali-
tie. for GentlemeS, Ladies, KTiasesand Boys; Arte,
fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in, the
QSVMIaljrllu.'i.i,. J t...t.'tfi...a u... ui .'.i.
ociT d4m3 GILCHRIST. GRAY !i.,0 r.
1'ii yii Ui
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!;' l-ir t f-rt 1- -m i;
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FALL AND ' WINTER
1llM'II!jrI',viJt 1jv?I 'fj li'a
l,a-
I
DRY; GOODS.
inn'
Ir.ilua iii) r;r .'i!f,:i
f.'.i 1 .m-;i-i.':.J
EtrRAORDLNARY INDUCEMENTS
;"""'TOBTJYf"1Ail
N AUCH TO N'S !
9iiiiipnor i
. ''i
1 'l !!' -.''. .mil .llil.'H a ".'III I
Puronas.rs of Dry Goods are. eordially jnvited'lto
i t h i j. '.aiiaDa.xamino we, ull-. l ni i,
"i. .!7.f .'iv:, t--'i n iljfv.-.tvvft siufi ,y
j -i-.it-i-: t. i'7itiii --:.'.:; hi! i fMj-. ...t :
-Kill V'H! "l!j Hm ' I .llfijTi-l-Jdli 1 ,
! .ii' .-".-i1' f1ui 'i.':.'i .! liiii-nt-.t ';
I DRESS GOODS ...,..,.a....,jCHEAP!.,,
t VlltilV 1MtTiu ':i' . ' ttrtnlh '1'
x aiioi uvuito ,....... ViUfiir
SHAWLS
DOME8TI
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1!
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JAMES'1
IE3h NAtTGHTON,
:-un ii.i iniu .v i jii ii i' zr.n nj s.ii
InllS 1S2 BwaitBl Blajai Street fi."
noVniy-aTpri-f ')- J-, cOii7MOl4.ioBio.-
, e'.i:ilit'j'ij ,!!!, Jiil 'tTli JIl ill T)l JO H-,;i.
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" 'CLOTHING.
CLOTHING,
CUSTOM: AND READY-MADE !
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THE OHIO
Merchant Tairiog; &jClo(Mng Co.',
91I
0.118 OPSSA HOVBX XLOC2.,-
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7fli:"i
''Coiiim'aifi Oblo.Q
o PS ,1'fu ;
i gFPKRBNBW KTOfK 4f DIXtT HS.
i. Casiim.ree, Overcoating aqd . Vesting., both
L'.!i.b J I ' . . " r . n n .. a arar . .
c vretsu auu A7UU1WUO, ior r Mi Da ir lULer wemrw
, -ii -...i ; .- ' ' : i J ,- ii
GENTLEMiier 0FhFASHl61N
ar
Will always find both onr materials. and oar work
to be in the height of the nd; We ahaliirmie
no pains ia producing the most elegant and fash:
tuuftuiB Karuirjuie iiu oe luuuo anywneio.
1 no t ' - '. i , n -i ti
lis
10
IB'
Of. which a great part it maanf aotared by ourselves,!
ir i. . ,S e . ., ,
id xae latest ana most iasnionaDie styles, will al
ways oatoaaa occur sneivesiiuo All -tha varietlei
of the season, at very low prices. r . . . .
GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3'
InfuUUnes,'alwaTi heptonhand.i :tr f- T-.m T
r . . HENKV MhilSli, Snperintendent.'i
.! J. L-it.t g-oflN RICH Trtasareft " ''." -
FALL ; AND .WINTER ;;;G00D&
j-.i a ;mi. t i rs 7isifu:u:i .ucii
1 V.-l
9 IJ'Ll'ii-Wn-.L. j'-r t
No. 220 South High St.,
r HATE' jrtJBTirBi SCGITlD Tub,
L largest and finest iatoch;, of fall) and Winter,
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
BViaSli.;'''',T""'1 V':"liA lAwn'.
Auuriin auiu jj. natans'iinnij
ev(l AOxneiatic CTlotllfS. '1 ti '
roi Gentlemen's wear, which 1 wlll'S.U at the low
est Cash prices. .1.1...
AJ- kp .ioestpMitl on hani w.U aeleetse
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R EADY MADgtCLOTHINC.'
r-"" ; i JOtfN HtTNTER, ' 1
juSttHllyii')..; nn-y h BO rtoath High tw;-
COMMISSION.
vWlVLrMONypEN.o
Forwarding and Commission
.Htl'l
lirt Uii 14 Ja 1 4 ilJ. .Ul..C-.
f)ii:i
CR AIN'.jPR All., KINDS,
G ,w(t,WBIM litis svi
" T
Cqrn, W
st Prices Paid M all times (or
Barley, e., etc.
..frtfi B--FT C X.twn w,- ,. ,
tea - li7e.tEit of l?aiu Br id ire ;
lebWeodly ' ' ' J V"
' .(U.u.ilZ.I.!U .1 .U Tlwjir-rtrc i;,
!;.; ;.-jri:w . ,!;,: j fjt'iiir .'iulr, f;,!ox ;
j -iptf.J ' ;lji:--.f .'i:f J? l-Tf-.'s'ii
imiuug iinporiuRi,
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tK.i i. w MEDICAL. ., s;p I.;
M'rLIVINGS
. . 4 t - -.. . I I, .
TTlii Krfnflrm.il ifrtannnlti. 'm.. .Irftn.t . villi Q.
Peter. VI die dailv ." Tbe ohianc nf thin artinla
not to remind hi ll of IJ bis pansy, but to sbuw
him bow tobanish them. I I forever. The meant
oi immeaiate ana permanent relief. are proffered
HOOFLAND'S
And it is for him to say whether h. will continue
so enaure a living death, or to put tunuelf in
ition t render life enjoyable. ... ...n -i,;
OTING-IDVERTISEMENTS
1)1" tb.efi
f:'i'J;f. ,;rtfft1 s'ioiti nt't'ft
eflieaAV nf tnia tn .tj. Vil vAtr.l.T,!. itnm.
pb'c are to e found in every.city-aniLtewn in th.
Jlnited Stares--rresltb.rmenni women, rescued
from torture by its a-i -use. and sun to h..r
testimonr to Its vir-"-Va tue. It differs front
any -otoer sitters its erfltenoe. in this speoial par
tiealar-it ia nor. alnnknlirt.1 -
' For suoh oonstitai Ions and systems a? require for
wigir luTiiuraiioD a .niairs tHtamaoi.
" HOOPLAND'S - '
GERMANS' TjONICaD
Has beefr'proviiJeil a preparation VnWhTeh' the oi
Id extract, of the finest restoratives of- the vegeta
ble kingdom are held inrsolntion by a spirituous
gent, purged of all deleterious eoastvtuents. ' Tid
patient, in choosing between, thiee two great anti"
otee, ittoild Oe guided bv kia ownonditinn. If in
very tow state from debility, the Taoie should be
a is seiacien; ant in ease, wuere ana emergency is
nt v pressing, his Bluer, is in. specinc reaoi.ed
Thousands find iofia- aW.a rte benefit from tak.
ing .eaok -.in. turn. , J . There i. no phas. of
iiHiiKw.mi. Diiiousuess.nervousi disease or pbyst
eaipraetretionte which they are not;adapld. and
w wuiausiogiy or eomoinau, IQey wiU aot effect
sjure.-. -,..!,,, , ..-,-,,. , .. ..,( .
i JW !';,.; '.':.' : .l---.v,.. .i-j, . - , i r.r
Exchange Pain for 'Ease
I -n; '-1 i' ii . ;. ' t'l'i "l "j'Ai
And Weakness for Strength." Get' Hi of the ail
BQentS Wuich interfere with eninrmant. eul vltwim
r.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
u uie auo, la-suora, oenom. a . a .
? 1,. e.-- ' " ' " I"'1 ' i '1
, NEW :MAN i.
i it u .. i'i.i r-iiv 'i- ;. a tii
Throarh the lnrtrtraentalffv aP the, mra-t t-ti
ftotj popular of U vegetable iavigoxaaU and coi-
EOOFLAXD'S 'GEH to BITTERS.
'Biliousness, Indigestion. General Debility!, and
all the oomplamts which proceed from a want of
proper action in ine liver, the stomach and the
uuweis, are eraaioacea Dy a course 01 this great r
iCOStlTUtlONAL.SPK
'.- r " ' i " ' -at .! F -.n .1 ,. - ;;;- j- -.
Which not only eombaUand eonqnere diieasesthat
LOkYt vo.reiioD-sa ineiiB3Jvee id tue 5tora, bat
U the best koo wit micsraard aKA.nat all' unhAU.h
inflaencee.. Persons whose occupations and pm
sutts aaojeot them toi tha deprein effects of a
eloeliWlrhalesomeatmoeDhera. ahanl. tMk itwm
nlarijas a prottmtioa-MainU the low fevers- ea
oiuer- Q3oraers,,wnicn xnaiana engenders.. Inva-
uu wuu us . .! .
t Jt,'- :o ft ' ! - T I'.'!' j - ' -! .-,'. a i
.,.. WASTING AWAY,;: .:
Witnout any special comaint. exooot a gradual
will find in the Bit'-, rjt XERS -a. fountain vf
vuainy an. .vigor, as- a retresuing and exil
eratin: as a pool in the desert to the sand-scorooed
ana uiing raveiacs, , .., - ,,
HpOPLAND;S
S"a r" F- ia sg at ar-niasa-w-awnn
DEATH!
MR l rl,p,K;ilMA
Is eompo8eI!ortnep'are"iu;ioesVorM ar'e m.rf
uiciuaicy leriaea. Bixi-Fncisi, oi ifxiti, tie
:ts), of R'xiti, Herbs end
DursB, oiaKing a preparation nigoiy concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
kiud.1. i i -- ia i t . a i - . .i ...,,
' ' To .l.-.rt 5fTJ ft . t H - .-t . :
; : HOOPLAND'S ; '
CERMA TOW1C
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, wnn Hi. purest eeetity otrsantartA-u. Hum,
Orange, etcv,-iuakitig oae-ot thw-muat -e4e.aae and
agreeaoie remeaies ever onereo to tne publio
These remedies will effSBTnaily cure Liter Com
plains, jaanaiee, uys- ' Tepi, Chronic or
Nervour D.ki li y.' akw 'Dhronio Diseases of
the kidners. aod all diseases arts. nj frota a disor-
aerea AdverorsBDmaen, ' "i -'.i
i snob '. ' ' -
-:a ! : - .-.i-ik ia. Contl- -i ' :' .
j - ? i. i " pation, Inward " .i
ii. j.t.p, tue rues, ruiines.i si't:,.;,nFi,,i -I
.'-. '!' Blood t( the Head, - . .
.;!! -Acidity of the Stomach.
Sauiea. Heartburn. Disgust
I- ' for Food, Fullness or Weiehtin the - '
Stomach, Sour eructations. .Sinking i
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, '
Swimmiag of the Head. -Hurried and iHffianlt
Bre&tbino. Fluttering at th. Hn.r rThnlrint.
' 6ntfooating Sensations when 'in a Lying Posture.
ximnesa ot v isioa,. I'ois or vfeos- eel ore tin
)MgDt, rever ann Mail fain ia tbe dea,
j jD.ficiency of Perspiration.f Yellowness
-" ei tnecsin-ana eyes, nam m ttre-
ame, tsaon, unest, (jimbs, etc,
Sadden Flushes of Heal, 10
.-r i.Burairm.imiBe riesh
, . Constant. Imagin- ,
.t'.U i I "ff 7'. nd - .t.';i:
.:iTAl. aioa ef 1! HT.r .
- , Spirits. ; ,
' They are the Greatest and Best'
:l -r
j BLOOD ' PLtRIFIEBS
-;itl 'o r.:n .' V : .t - -, - r 'a r
Ever known, and will core all diseases resnltina
lrom bad Blood. JsLeep j oar Blood Dure. J Keen
your Liver in Older. ys . Keep yoor diswetive
oriran. in a souna, i a-a nealtnr oondition. by
the use of thaaa ranMwliA anil ...itiuau .,tl
I assau yoa. - ' . i
; -.-I .-! -:..: ..i h .-! .I-', .t. ' - ! - .
Weakf and Delicate Children
wiw. a uvj win curocverj case OI Jn&n&o.uV 1
WlbUUUl
Thousands cf eertirmAtt ritwn iianmnliM n
f the haads of tanprrtttrai bu spatje iU allow
obserred, are men nf note and oiaoLstaiidiAAg that
UI lUB DUDIIoai UQ OI tDLAfiW. ' hnun it. w 11 Ka.
the f whole: SUPREME COURT
j gatB.ttsr-i! ltiiti-iL1f in sM-ji t;t ,t ' 10 J'--'"'
I .1 ,vop arTBiiBTri.vANi a"1 ' "':
; j.'BPJJAKIJ FOE THKSff BBMriEs;;n:7
t''t"i it :"',1'.. . ;, jr. ., .4
Who would ask tor nor.; -dignified' or' strongef tes-
'--' ' .; timonyt ''-'--
i HON. Ca .WOODWARD,
" . . ' .. - :: v t-:l-..
ChiefJIustice" of the Supreme , Court of Pennsyl
vania. wt-itiM ; J V
l I - ." 1-HU.Al
1-HU.APkLrHtA. alarch 18, 186T.
T fin,T TT,,fl.n,l 'a l:.r,...n 11..,.." 1
is a good tpa'
10, U.erm in dueases
gans. and of creaf ben-r
Jil of thA. digestive 1 or--I
ml h .fit in ates of debil-
iitji a-uu waatut nBrvvusawien.in tne sysieta-. .rT
. Vours truly, , ., a GEO. VV rVOOiWARD.-
HpN. J AMES . TH OMPSON.
1 Judffeof theSopreme Court of Pennsylvanta.
. ' . ?x - run-ADi.rHtA..Apni 5M.U05
Io0ii8ideT Hoolland's German Bitters'" tr'vuln.
ble medicine id eases of attacks nf trwi;
lipepjia- I can certify this Jroia un exDerienca
UA 1W AUIAADi nitiU ACSMCtJlJ. . O .
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN'
- -i-.w L '
r irothonatif the. Supreme Coort Peiinsjivi-
n ifA wri r sxa
Ift l-V PBIbAPKU-HI A, Bai!t..t4.187 ;
) HloouandB GefmaW Kitters'' is a verv imefnl ar.
tibfas a tonieand as an appetiser. ' It i-i-not anin-
taxi ating anng, and may oe usea eenenoiaay ey
j persons
VI all age. Ke peettolly yours;'
.... JAMKh KOnrt SMXVnKrtr i
I )
i
-.viM
11 o-:- "tt ,it'."M.i r -i r iiiop.afi I - e: ' i:"i .
' Honfland's German Rernedies are counterfeited:.
bee th.t the signature f -'at C. M. JACKaON
- is on tbe wrapper of J each bottle.. All oth
, erf are counterfeit. ' . i .
PriDoinal tlffioa anil Minnf.lnrr at tnn hurman
oiledicine Store. No. 631 ARCJ1 STREET Itilav
auipuia.ra. ,. nt ''' 1
CDARLE -M.-EVANS, Propricior.
dTknaerVy 'ti$kr3 A0KB0K A GO.TJ 1
Tfi
! -.'i- .-raljr
I Heofiand's German Bitters, net bottle.'.'. ,i.
$1 00
nwraiM-i German mtters, naiz ooxen.-...,.., e no
tHooflaud's Germaa Tonio. pot up in ot. bottles 1 SO
r i par-bettle, or a half dosen -for $T AO. - .. -i ..
I hrt not: fntiml In .v.mtrtA well t h M .rtltlo .Am I.
I n order to get th. genuine. ;
I,;:..;- ' .it,i,t-.j .. .-' .3 . 1
FOB SALE BY ALL'.; DRUGGISTS
. I. And Dealers in Medicines .VcryWhertv1 '
jyK-dwA.-geowly i.'iwJ u. . . .Air ,
ull,,IW'I"H' .Ml'iO ,"... ; -'Ji'.'J , ?
liJJoo
. ; ; . n-.iii .t. ! .;( t-'-i i
ia siiaKsmatt:
Our Ancestors—Curious Facts in
Our Ancestors—Curious Facts in Regard to Their Living and
Doing.
fuynitnre among th WBaltby.cqrt-
si9,i f J bptjaionalj a,.)cag pot. A
Th? customs, manners, literature, ar-
clntectnrei Ltstory, evirytliino; t in, fine
AertainiDg to- England, previous ta'.the
leventeenth century, maV' be j-t-earded
as the common ancestral, property of
ill John J3dI1'8 progeny ,: wherever scat-
ered over the world.?. To a Large major,
ty tif our readers, thwrofofe.v whatever
hrdwa light on the olden times of Great
Britain -can., never cease ta bo-of -in ten
tst,i i The October New England Farmer
hoticmg As-ecent pablicAtion, VOariSng-:
fish llomos" extracte-ond comments as
foHirvrS l irt-t-ts ia.iif. i
The whale was "eaten By the Saxons ;
tihd when'men ere lucky enough tp get
t," it!. appeared' at table l'at'eJ In the fif
teenth centurv;'-'In,!l24i? 'Hefirir ' WX
directed' the' Sherifi'bf London to' pnr'-i
vuaoc v.iq uunuicu ttcwe UI wtlalCI 1 UI
his ia"ble.1 Whales' Found oh the'const
were' perquisites of royalty i and 'they
were' caup;ht''and "exA to the, Kine
ilcherx. . Edward II, gave, a reward of
thirty IMlinga to three mariners: who
caBght 7 a ' whale near 'London' bridge.
Those ".'.'found', on .'rh4'-t banks ;?of '' the
Thames , were claimed by the Lord May.
or, and added to the civic feast.-. Pieces
of whale were!;often purchased -in-the
nineteenth century for the table of the
Countess of . Leicester. ! England was
6ften sopplied with this choice dainty
by the . fishermen- of Normandy, , who
made .it an article, of coromeree, ;1 The
Normans .had various ways of cooking
it.; sometimes! it r was.;, roasted T and
brought io theitable ra spit ; : but the
usual way was to boil it, and ,serv it,
with peas. Epicuree-leoked out for a
elieV fro'nr :thtf tongtie or the la11.,The1
grampus or Jhe.sea' wolf was also highly
esteemed ; tut lof all the blubber"dain':
trps ihe1 porpoise was deemed the 'mosi
savory. The Saxons""caIleJ ' it 'sea-'
swine, and the ecclesiastics of theTriid-'
dle ages proco marino.' 3l Porpoises' were
put-chased for the table of Henry Jll.'iri1
9dfl : .iTi-.;,: it ,
! In 'the reien'of Henfv II. the whdle
stock of carpenter's jtools was valued 'at
one smiling, and .consisted of a broad
axe. adze, a square and a spoke shave.'
There were"i"Very few chimneys ; tne
fire was! laid to the wall, and the smoke
issued ' out at the roo'f or 'door, or 'wiri
dow,'and tHe Yu'raiturd and utetasilswere
ot? wood. 1 The1 peopy1 slept on , straw
pallets, with a log of wood for a pillow.
Even as late as the time' of Elizabeth;
1553, it is statea,: that apologies' were
made to visitor's if Ihey could not be ac
comodated in room, provided with chim
neys. They, had a few glass winddws',1
atltl tirliuil tlocb a J vritl niall" i I tit nr.
for a long time go acaxce:that ,whp peo
ple went : away. they . would.-order .ib.
windows taken out asdlaid pin,,aafi!ty:.
w the : fourteenth, fienttiry. ,p(n,lrit
the clergymen, wire linen,, be iipueei
braes cap, it grid-Jron and a ruglwoj
anq pernapg, aj towel.,; Kjt ,0110,11:3 j aud
tables. ,wear-npthing., ..Even the, no
bility 1 sat upon ,rjie6t8 .in which, thy
kept their, .plotbes. . If a man in seven
years after marriage. lrcould t pnrcjiasq ; i
flock bed.amd a sack of; chaff torest jbis
head upon, he .thought, Jpimself as. well
lodged, as be aord:ot tbe,:towri.t, j r . ,,(
t -In , additipn to this, poverty of,;,wha.t
seems, to us absolute , necessities, .the
bouses and the people were. exceedingly,
dirty. . 4ti.rastua. a celebrated scholar ql
Holland, who visited. England." com
plains that "the nastiaess of the people
wa tbeteatise -of nhb-frequent I'plagurJs
which1 destroyed them afid" besayi
their'-doors are !commonly ' of :l fclayl
strewed with rtshesj'under whicb-Iie uri-
molested a "collectlott'or be'ei; greasei,
fMfirherrtsV bons,' spittle, excrements of
idogs-anrt cats, and ot ererything that is
nBirssou8.fc '' - 't i ,.-)
1 Their table's were; aa miserably: sup-'
plied as their dwellings. Thy: had
little fresh meat, but salted most of their
cattle and ewPne1 in' Noveinber,' nport
which they mostly depended through the
winter. ' -Very few ' vegetables of any
kind came upon' their 'tables." If is
stated ' that in the - early ' part of the
reign 'of Henry VIII. riot 'ai cabbage,
turnip,-- carrot or other edible grew-: in
England.'1' ' : ' in
.' i 'llie' average duration of hitman life,
was at that period, not one- half As long
as that of the. presehday.. The con
stant use'of '8alte6r mea7iri6J .feV oj Svo
vegetablesi cOtitributed to the Shbrtepfng
.r. . . . , . : - . ... : i , ,.,'T,.: -1 : : T
ot are, to say npining 01 ine large num
ber 'swept away1 by pestilence alid'Taiii-
;rt':'j..i !: '.Ti i.Th T'l:ui, t . i.'tilO'l to I'J
ine. ... .....
: 'Vi, lj -';"' awj ' if .1.1-1' kl
The Red Sea.
;The Red Sea is'said to b 'the. hot
test place in the world.' ' The'-atfflbsi
phere for abodt sixty miles on that ea
is steamy and ' sticky.'i' Everyttiitig!1,ri
the shape of irrJn br eteet about ' ship
takes on ft coat of Tust. Dftring 1 the
summer months 'no' one travels on tne
Red Sea Unless compelled by business
or military orders to dowov"1' In the win
ter and, spring theTrassage is delight
ful.' 'Yet navigatioii in that body1 of
water ' Is ' always ' 'attended : Witlnlany'
dangers. , Ihe lied oea is long and nar
row, .with ' sunken "rocks and, projecting
reefs j "and Cpuhter winds prevail which
produce flangdrous currents. There are
three lighthouses ' in 'the ' seal," whiijh'
must 'be kept'by.salamander-Hke' men,
since' thej-thermdtriefer runs pp' to, .one
hundred :atld twenty degrees1 inujtilv.
and . approachRsVjiiinet in earl'.'fejinh
Mr. Beecher on Self-Control.
Rrinp-me a borse that ia larra built
and 4ulf 01 lire, and to-morrow . let .me
piit my strength againstfhis. I can not
out-draw him- KeiiL.tir.ian Lpush with
as much force aa he cant l'If he rut bis
shoalder to my shoulder, he will pverx
ome me.' -lcari not-change iumi go that
he shallinot be thesame, strong, couigu.
otis. steed titat he 'is-M 'isutJgtveiiinjjria
brwle -if you please, let U ba't.asi.lun
as gossanierr-r-atrd :I can put it on bini,
1.-. ... , . ,1.- -A .
and nde Mim, ana control ninvtis aiiiie
htd-lesa strenguv tnan Awi j tidi t .c:
iil nv L- - .1 in;1 .11 1 u : ntaeAir jj
The ATw York FininFottr.VR -of
iulwon orrdst'c pDearance-'at Jiiiblo's
recently : " It will -net-do to say that
Mr.! Forrest's popularity is We j Tyti?
certafn it is that he does-not attract the
general ptibrio as li 'once did3 fTh'
K0.t,c-Ieia,:ta11 vnni-Aion hif.'Anapwna
that oa himself.' Thiy have !chAnbeSd t
wi tomany instances passed away al
together, i" -Me Is really acting his' part
better than ever ; bnt the latter genera,
tion of play-goers, associating bis name
only with his past celetrrity and champ.
Iteiistics.'db'not knowlhis'"""1""1 "
. -. 1 1 i.ti.t iiaou-jiuA ad! K vji..
Mr. Beecher on Self-Control. Why Don't you Learn a Trade?
5?Lia question was 'iountjJJ
h.a fi evenings since, to a
young man wlaj;bfeen'Tc-,aevWairl
months unsuccessfully seeking employ
ment as a clerk, pip'aksniani some.pf
our leading houses.',, .CJornpiaini.na of his
iy. luck,, one, of. his ffriends' whorknew'
uraiau (uintiioil teat . Miieiii put, UOUDteO,
whether he.. could make' himself 'u's'efur
hether he..ppuid make' fiimsplf u's'efur
itheBiis a 'clii'rk"pr salesmanVp'ut the
e;
so
respectable as a mercanile'6ccu'natlbrl,.
! Under this delusive, idea. .our. stores are
crowded youwg tail y-ajiave no
capacity.ior busuiesa. and. whofiecause
of, thef fancied respectability of doinar
nothing, 'waste, away "niarirrfjr
upon salaries which cannot possibly1
liquidate their eipetia Hares! si a suasT
.1 Latere too 'littB ia Jife itheyrdisctjver
their; error, And .before, they reaclj the
age of thirty, many of them look' with
e.nvy,.uponrtJhe thrifty mechanic, wh'oni,
in the days of thetr Doriooa,tney Were
accustomed to deride. The false' iniifi
of;rf6pectaDaitbTcn';piVAit4n.fle got dtiant fashionable secibtyiofii th-w
preserrtu clay r ItaVe jruiiaed-.itke nadBvf
young men, and wilLnuui thousid8i
more.i tlviJ-oh)t a u
"""fr-e-YiT ny,.iiiu X-TV-11" "AvS
placed., ps j the .caption of this . article.
A ne reply was, that a trade was not
What am I Fit For?
"'Thete Is only one method by which a
I young man can discover 4vhat poaitiom
j iniifa ha'a test fitted; to, occupy .He
1 must try. lie may be tjualibed.tt, fiasjy
j to lead, epntrplf or bis talent may be
j simply executive, and of 'the'kindnit
a8sists.in carrying' out'the ideas ofothi'r1
! metul' In'eithef ca'se nls at Jiseded'en
j the' vast ktid diversrfled field' oP febotb
j presented by a great and growing coift
j try:" "Theliead afid toe hand eoplty
i retfuiite in every branch: of seleneanii'i
j business; in all the pursuits of actual)
liij Jf -the maa-whwii eaiiallvpert
r 1 J i-J . i . . -
V -iiitttiyjaiiiporjeems Jto-r Btanqrnjonj(
a lower level than he who plaae 1lrixg?jyg
lor .on the plane ..where his capaoilities.
ehe'r-poBitiOns assie-iied !J mdrt Wvi
erfur "'and" ,: comnrehensiVeo! nttllllfets7,
Having found his true place frWheegYfeatT
cormrionwaltli ;'bf7 1ndrtBty, tleHxtlte
y'ouDg'''faarr"cltngt4 i,''d uotlhrwt
himself to be tempted "br -'-plasisihlel
sloriesf and dremsiif BucWfiiJWt)A)rth,
into .cpeculatioas ;foe whiek.3e,ia.iK
fitted- .tia-i?,!-,') ,,i f ,
" v. ,iui,i,i. utiu, iucio 10 taoiuL rcnxiuii-
sibiJity, and anxious care than In' the
hiener.D6iAbn's''k8sfpetTfd mdry Tiffw-
Dead Man's Galen.
I
I 1ln "California' Vrnmer died W 1it5
Jtain digging, and, belrignluch!,Te6ipec't,
jedrhis' auarnlatitJeB 'resolved" t4 Jgie
hfrrr a'" kquareftMicral i'nsteadtf -pd4ii
: ting the body in the -traual way iri' stiiy a
: r oughttn ad e; holei and say ing, by way, ajf
service far thjeideaf,fttbar gosiaufhi.,
Jbully boy under ! " 1; They spughiilhja
'serviceaTpt; a miner, vbcbore the. repoj
tation of ..haying,, at'pfletirpe oj is cst-j
reer, been a " powerful prencberln. tjie. '
iStates.'. And tbeq, "Far .Western fash-
,ioh;J. alt ' krieltsa'routid 'tlie ' eraveiWlrile
j thV'eitemporizeo!" p'arsdn delivered ""a'1
' 'prodigiously long prayeT: '" The lriiner,i!,
tired ijof -this imnacctastoraeaj :tpJatewtt
iwbile 'Away-Jii:timef beg'ani finginn-gno
( the earth, diggeii-faahioaj aboaA nthap
. eiaii, in H18 tit toi fl m V,4h,7 ,!T
f I .Grduallyw;.lppka. sj(ir exclapge4 fu
wnispenng.-increAjjeoiiuutiii flt.jecatn
poudteuougli to attract .the- attention, of
, . - . - --TV-- '-
boys I
; prf'spar.kT5ng scaie's of gola'.'h sTinhted;
f Gold,1 by jingo f ;ana the 'richest 'kfu
' of aiggin,8!-i-th6'' cVrnpegaHraVflC
kfud5"
missed." ' Ins'tantlr'everv-maB bpp-aa'
1 D
k- to prospect the ' new-digging, our-'clerii-oi
cat , friend; not being, juia least. .afctivwtis
amonff the number. The bodv had .tana
! be.,fuipyed) and, Jjed -eleewjiere bn
1 the, memory of the, incident yet,livrs4o,,
; the; naraeijofj the. locality, ,forv'' pead,,
1 Man's Gulch ' became one' ot the .richest
''t i;.. n ' ",
localities iu j auiornias .
' itheir parse.njeopeeobjsyes 'an'd
stared at i,he wUispering mjpef via .
' is it. bovs I "".'.Thenrhis eves iisrhtind'1
Old Dr.-'A"-' ' " was" a ' quack: ibfr iv
jrery ignorant one. On' one occasrdn -iraul
"was called by mistake to at teed ebakul
cil -ot; pbypiciaDa in . critical 1 ease.-r
Aftei considerable discussipn tha eprnr.
I on nwas-vexpressed , by .one, that ! the"j
patient was convalescent-.)! Wbant libit
came.Jto J)tyArrr rrt's .turq. to -epeakj .
' ' Convalescent l ' said he, '.', why that's
nothing serious. I have cured cona-.
"'lescence in twenty -four, Thpurs 1 1V -i, -,r,D
j WATCIIES iKp JEWJLXJl:
fl'A
.81,
1 .t - ..l-.Ii .r.i x- . '
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS VXZ
I -v) ti.ii 1' 1 i-iu.i.s-,'-"; .-, a- t 1 vritf) K
y:A::T;Q.,Ii;.E:S.:;;
JEU'ELBlVUitw.-n til 1 ij id to nt toO
CLOCKS, .:iohti'
oil -? B--' r -"''1 siii 3 tm'f
-iii'L1o illfi PliAI'ED WAHE;i J
twiitinT:iMAira'i.A n a:i
" JOPERA 'Ct.ASisrii'
TXT VKll Taa TT I DIL'TV
Keep tjonst&tttly oh hand a large assortment or
Seth 'rbsnai'aiHl Wa trbar-JrClocka-l
l'ot4h. Jabbiag n Ratoll Trkde. rjLltfl' AgenW-
AL.
i'UrlAltA bAliailuttt U1AJV..TX VUMf AP X, , ,
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials"; WatCD' Glass- '
) s as (French and.Geneva) inisltiupDjy.at, M
1 " " low rates'.
All tmlMkjiminntl: AIIaJ' mr.X ...9T.-.; nA ,
guarahteed.
iteed. , .
I ilan
felila-ieadlj' K.rTl South H;.st Cwlumboaj-,) a,
Ibi1,
i aBoaAair'HAur.-i h'ais.W4t.i;oBw
"1 . l 1 "i?rwpH i" -!i..-')-.i :h
1 FURNITURE WARE-R00fVlS,ud
foi. 8MaslsMoatat'Warla't;ia Mil LJott
COLVMBl'S. OHjgnt;
,7Aefr tasttnrtvt llanvfactory U at tile loot of
I I TAeittbashies. twiaBtiensi betbWhdlam leau?' 0
1 PenasytT.frla and
ftwii. new exiena tDFuusnn.nt.tae etatea ot Uluji.
Indiana: They manufacture
,PARLQa.tBEDB0OM. DINING R0(M!; 'HAtt'iStilj
.3 -wr 9tiTKLTHE-fU8MJJuREI JfiJ baJwjM
'f all classes and .very design of superior work ,j ,
T Manairia atrxt Unfarf.- Also. an.-Seat7:fi.rr. n"'
LieverTdeiripHeivWbolejaU.atilietaiLu,! . .9r
SiOiro-tiwyA ti a v
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v ,r!n.i fGR0GfiRS.'DtiUl,tu ,J9J"
ram f LE.3mwps-
m Mjj..tiiirii list w
-T-itlI,K I PTnni cniJTnBTJg jpoxriv
X i .B4r4tiZIN;-kird as.nta for towTeaie Ar
. Haiard; Powdea.Cmpaj,'aididr.)i-Aiwaa fsriw
, " e!)IiARDirBkV'HlPPS,1A 00,'S Joxnod
CelegimaI-i!Haarta'Csae4lla oi
. J 1 t t . I 1 I .
,. Cigars,
.1 .'utJifomJiilv
1 HI nmt .Wrtim II IU.B. ,, 1UB
.etc. .suoia i;H!iiiiitiLeedlil 101
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