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. Office )a.u Alish'tttwW mb Build.
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J.tfA.TXtt&e)f-A.l-L.W A MAYOR, -1
tJ'IIWAHD'T. PtLANti
J3 AtTUKKi-AT-LAVV A N6trVTobHo."u
iLMtn Sl witouKiirr.
AAA vftH b & O'A A IjA. TV .
V ' A ootioDr and beater fn Bail EsUt House
hutiioaae4JlKhin Kixi Hmu,
... . - .- . , KeuJ WeallrMdetreet.!-
BATUi ROOMS.1" 1
GflKl IIIA k t!4, i -I
.iisxbor and. Mir Dretwr Hot mai
fcstns. Kaseaieot Pustoffioa it tiidint.
fl:!Rb0fcVBINDERS. y, , - a
VilofcM a. '4V7oia.ajAj.Vj' ' ' . ! L'.
P Hook Bmders Blank' Book Manufacturers.
i'rmieraanali'ubiMberB. ,i - . . ..."
Opera RniHInt. -
BOOTS & SHOES.1
Sa-T
T. WlLiLlAOlS) & .Cei:
' ' l4A Houta- Higk street. Ju it receiTod, an
last assortment. iNew strles- low Drir.es.
dies, please calij ; jt W. -'i .(t -.,. :u,i
XJ Is the noted bouse for good1 Boots and1 Shoes
avtow pricea. Aew Block juol received.
2zJlL'l ..' '-r ? ?tt-j?iu'H'gu street.',.
COAL DEAHERS.
fOUA-gs.4ao snMn'i Vi :.-t,a.ii .:
XV. Darsin tituosirgo-aod QhieOssuUiasaai'
wae, urain uie.aaa ioae sewer npe.j ..., J
- ' ' No.S81 .soith High street: 1
CUMA1ISSI0N ? JVLERC tt&flTl. ,
TJ HIGH V HON, -J ":.
JLXjtr Uummissiaa, 1'rrwarding and Produce Mer
obanta, dealers lalaiAa tu4 aiou, W j ttms
treat. . ',,. .... , ...... . ..s
OORSETS'oot-
B,. AUMe 4t 4J., ...,- t..,u
a Manulacturen and: Dealers ia French, Opr
asauaoa American corsets. . Hoop -kirta.
- i- v lil UpwsHtmw.
CROCKERy;: &c. '.
un.lLTON. ' .7Kv.j.iy..:.ii....iii
I W haleuale-and- Retail naalnv In Thlne
Q.ueentwMe.Glaesv'iated Guoda, Lamps and Lamp
iixturea: ' '4 Norih Higu street.
L .Jl-. rtAHf,-.,:,, .,.. .r:
Ve Importer and wholesale aad ReUil Dealer
i Crockery, China, Glass, Cutlery, flated Goods,
CpssVOM iampsi.ea ' a - ' . u
3 South High atreot.-
us -DENTISTRY:'
n in rw - d i .i .1 .. 1f:-
AHNAiAa.,dB fjl'LiUAra&As, .-bo '..!
lj - T-AsJj!Mroa4;.atraat,,
r q iU os tne w
T. -. r?i joT'T)-' if .-f'i
iruit'Wii.JDWIVMf !E!rn3T.''3-Tbe besfstyle
Ve DenUstryriaoUidinc Uuna's isaprereu
Aiineral .Jlaie. Olljoo, IS and 11 Opera Block. , ,
. ti! ..nil ni Bij.i in .iwiw 7 a i i
fX -, k At ff ;i i.B ,L ;-.
Vje . Dealers in Dry GuoOevNoUpus. Carpets, Oi.
Clothr, Mattings, Shajea, Hats, Caps And irurs,
osuey Higaaoa FrieM streets. Tt.- -f7
L.i L.1.
It. OSHvAAN A; U
a. a t . t r j,.--:ir - r i
143 death High street.
Carpets KAttings, Oil Clqths.OurtainsiSta.lg i
FaroiUryfciood. Ail i T, 1 i.?
11.
4k. . . A'A-k
W holeuala and Ralail Dealan in. HtuiU &nH
Fancy Dr Goods, and aianutacturers of Lauies'
Cloaks. - lass. Higa sireet.
TOV4'-e a . AstaK jiu a A'UsAav
Xr r. Arum A Co.,'cash dealers in Dry Goods and
Noti.jUrfiHi ooujUi tsar to SLrtet.
. tV t ... a i ...... -.i. i i & 1 .1 .. lil
JA.n.aNaUiH.UK( . .. .
' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Got s.
AaasoaHuildiaaV &oa. lia aad IS South rh
atreet. ..... - .. . .... T. rP -... i .
l:t 1rBr WluSIni !.; .i-eu
iV DeaAars : m etaple aad i'anoy Dry Goods and
Gents Furniahim Guuds, No. Aeil House... ; r
nAAjSJaaaaaeva'. uat-A iuj.
JT 'Dealers in Staple and F'aaey Dry Goods.' t.
to.mt oonth nigh,suaet c
A-V.aaLAAsAa- 4fc a., i, i lull
e Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
J.ure,eiev '& kibi i,nth High strreci -
r h i r. u a
.'DRUGGISTS. ,
Li. i 1 I I
J. people's Drag Store, W0 South High 8t' Fre-
aaupuous care, ujy oumpouuea atau nours. ,
1 j;tera- tjKOiV 6TOKK.3 !' ;-' -'
XJ .... .. JOHN Si ktWJiRTSi ' X!:!; "
DruggutaodApotheoaxy . - .y n: - .
MAsasL.fc 4c H rso, - - "
WHOAASALEA RbiaIL DRUGGISTS'.'1
luoBonth Migh St., Columbus, O. "
BuAUfs. HKi sjis. ec crt : ,"' "
W boieeale and keiail DiUEgista. aad Dealerc
iuVrwprietary Medicines.
" u - "' " North lligh street.' '
ENGRAVERS.
TlflCMK! A MootiE,
XV'
' Deaicvers. Lngravars and" Pablishers.' nota
rial ana other teals ensraved to order. '
- ' Nos. 107 and los south Hitth street.
r.. FURNITURE, &c.
iui.imuni)Hi!t:l'i;tt..' ' -
KJ iMaaulaetums aad Wholesale an KeUil Deai-
WIU IUIHUntl.UIUI.H.VUHMB,.Wf -
Ao. sol South High St. (ti tea iloase).
, slMttiii.himr.ntHi.lui knraltape? Whole-
sal . aad tteiaU v arerooins. V, f and GwynnA
gloea. t t .r ; . . ' - -
'J: HOUSE -FURNISHING.
I. i M. AMlMSIaUKb AUO.t '
XIM Dealer-ia Mantles, Stores and House Kur
nisuiBg Gooos. Also, 'l'in, Copper and Sheet Iron
Waaa. ."'-' -v 17 A-ast't'own street..
A KENS dk 8 I'U ART,
House Furnishing. Goods, Mantles. Grates,
Copper. Tin and Sheet Jron, Stoves aud Mantles.
VT, 7 - -.' . . . UtmtU Uiajt KIMW ..
At)TON, TAI LOR 4u HCf F, .
tDealers in Hardware, nouse Furnishing Goods,
Marble and Siata Maatles, Grates, Steves, Hot Air
Pursues. c.,, H ,,1..iius.''i',"n
.j-.j i v.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HOOP SKIRTS.
E.
HEED,
liana factum anil Wbolamla DmIat In Hmn
Skirti and Oonetii. Also, ri in Hrlin 7.whr
od Kan? Wood, 103 tkmta Hihatr' jt.
HOWE SEWLG MACHINE.
SP. AII ELL,
e Dealer id Musical Herrkaadiso, Boot i. Sta
tioner and Faney Goods senerally. ftpeoial A sect
fur the celebrated Klias Howe Gold Medal fewinf
Msehine. No. 210 Koutb Hian street, oor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
MB I. HI. H. LADFi
(Saccessor to E. LanfJ Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Fan and Straw Goods 329 South Hicn street.
CSiao Golden HsU
HOTELS.
NATIONAL. HOTtL,
Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON. oprietor.
u
NIIKU S1ATE8 HOVEL.,
Corner High and Town streets.
. J. BLOliN I'. Proprietor!
Zt.TTL.EK HOUSE,
Corner Konrth A Friend ts Commodions
hooae and extensive stables.
U. A. oUWISKS, Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
nAMNRnrirrr nriT-i' . m.wvwr.
KJ aarance Companr. Assets, $18 00.000.
nr u . i 'mi . . . . i
Tf n. aaioun, AKBUl. vOLUUiDB. v.
BffKIRK 4e niLTEBEK6CR,
GEN tRAL. AGENTS SecoritT Life Insnranea
Compuy, No. 6 Opera House.
nOlWK IN8VKANCU OF
sflAlwUn. 4 A ...a. MAC Eli V7
" vviuiuwuc, vr. esf iiaM sura AoOU fiWrUJi-ai v
W. C. M. HAKEK. Ses'y.
umce, nos. oat upra noose
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
v . sinnorii,
Wholesale and Retail Mllllnerv Goods.
HI rt. Hich street. Opera House Block.
K. A. VOWNISG,
JX Deslerin Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim-
mines. A 67 ftorth Hutu street.
JH. W1LKIC,
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mum Dd Fane; Goods. 130 Sooth H'th street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHA'HAtlsieV eOHUEBeif,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in I4ntji' Far.
Dishing Goods.
no- on norm Hih street.
CW.NISWAMDEK,
e Merobant Tailor and Dealer in ftnfc Tnv.
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond .shirts.
Hi bouta High street.
THE OHIO ITIERCH, NT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. Hirh st. Gents'
suits made to order. Brady-made Clothing al
ways on hand.
OHI I). HICKEBACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer is Clothlnr and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
no. 61 north High street.
JOHN MCNTEH.
MERCHANT TAII.nt. 120 Snnth FTlcl, .
Choice stock of Clothing eonstanlly on hand.
ARDKAwSAHIIIX,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers
No. 65 South High street, nex door to Fostodice.
iTiastsu. VtaA.itlANN,
News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng ish.
S3I South Hieh street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
" ' f ir '
i A nuHCHS, rKKHI A CO.,' 'V w.
Manufaotnrers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and Wrappiug Papers. 634 6 North High tt.
N
Vl.s A. MVERai.
Dealers in Printing. MoiV W .i I i n MnA nm
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Nor. h tiigb street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
IVLM Ac A
tVES
gf J- a r nw.A
Bl''u' hEllg Fstreet?
I T .TI. r.LLIUTT,
tie PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South nih street.
Piotnrea made in every style and sisr.
DJ. ARCHER,
Photographs, Ambrotrpes, Gems, etc., ete
I No. sat South High street.
PHYSICIAN-
Era. DOWNN, JH. 1.,
e No. 8 Opera House. Treats Di scales of tba
t re, tar. Heart, Tbro;t -.i Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
JF. HARRIS ck CO..
. Wholesale and Retail dealeri for Lighte A
Co. s and Haines A Hro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
r 36 North High ttreet.
IT J. WOUAS,
J e Anent for Chickering's and Gmmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet Momo.
i ! '.Xl South High street.
RESTAURANT.
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and Hish streets.
CHARLEY M i Proprietor.
U fcEwlNG chinbIpI
ET HA ShWlNC MACHINES,
rV The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. . W. PI MM EL, General Agent.
watches and jewelry.
UUlBlK tc .'..
lie De
ealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelrr.
tfiatedwara, spectacles, aso., Io. 11 r.a.t town
street.
lifts A HAKKIKUIOil,
J (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch a. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Speo
tacles. No. i Neil Honre.
FA. AL A,E-0.J.Kt.liX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrv. No. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
g
AftC.tOFs' tsltOs. dc CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 U Wynne Block, Town street.
REED, JUNES A; CO.,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in B'otg
and Shoes.
No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
AjOTICE IS HEREBY GIT EN TO
i.1 all whom it may eonoern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking ompany at the eity oi Cleveland,
Oiiiu.uoder an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of uhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
be State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies." passed February 34tn. 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing: its Banking business,
to tlat eod has in pursu nce of the statutes of the
said ntate of t'hio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the t reasurer ot State of the said Slate of
Obio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of toe Treasurer,
Seoretary and Audit r of State of said Stale of
Obio lo the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bsnk
of Cleveland, at the raid eity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order ot the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July tih. !68,
. LEMUEL W iCK. President.
jyll-dltaw6m
,.r
The Sisters of St. Marj'i,
OF THE MCHINGM. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their lento
and spacious buiiding for the reception of pupild on
the first Monday iu September, 1808. F'or Board and
I'uition. (76, 80, t86 aud t&0, according to tne de
partment oi the pupil. bR. ItO 'K, Sup't.
Adarets Box asi. au3-dlf
JOSEPH
GEIGER
.Attorney
PARSON'S BUILDING,
. auJ6-eKui COB. T0WA.& BIO EST
T S. S. FINNEY'S
jriANCLNO ACADEMY IS HOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON HALL.
' For juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from J to 5
P M Gentlemen's evening class at AMB03
HALL, Sd intt., at 8 o'clock P. M. oolli
T FOlt HALE.
A 1 tXlRTiT "ZOE CODTHN" COLT"?. FlTTE
' , aad sravnesm- old. verjLAandsomayiiind and-
0.OuDg-d,tyfiUb'75d i0WKlCHARD KEVINS.. ,
-.7"'.l' ,.' ' I . .. - :'i ".I , v ': .? 'i
(AAffA AMIVKKWS. ir. D. PKRBT,
OO.C " - .T.V.I - -
fta s WHOLESALE -
one
CO 2
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
r.t ,t.i.o -
JC t liltillll W'tllt
.tv v vi u t'i - .L-i
" JiASUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
.MOZi.U'J'.I
CI ILL
AND":
' Is
&ihzir:c
Also, ergry ariiole conneetd with fh Paper Busi-
V ess, including . ; '-A
WR
PXUNTlft&ana A
WRAPPING , PAPERS.
fiNVEIiOEsS,;: J
t . .!"- J't . -.THlUia '
PRINTERS1CARDS, &c
.iia 1 ; .: 'HA'!
8 Jtrwiyt ieep Vn hand9 -?
,sri :.iua zii j.w.a ryin
BOOKv1U'.ft;.:,ua
NEWS anfJlivj.
.1r..-T'i 'A At. .!' 'I ''A 't
wMt sw lev -nr--r ' '"'' "
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Nor 95 and 95 North High' St,,
r,: ,ctt,ij'.tiiirjs,i ohio. ; i .
Always keep on hand a oomplete assortment of
' ' Arst-elass and superfine Writing; ;
'''' " " ' Printingand Blank Book
, ' 'pApers.tooludin(.'5. '."t.. 'V-'
Jessup & LafflinV' t;. ;
! L L;BowH,sfV';''',''''
Mi.. iiT . ... - . ...... r . '),!:.:. i:;
j ' -i en.:?'. -
. ' Platner &" Porter's. ,
; .in. ' .i.J . . ,:. . . xl.i.: r ;
' ... .in,,- .-..1.. ' - ', . :t ' -
Ivanhoe Mills Slo,
.aaiiiu.': .'7.r-;M
Sf An OxtBrg1tT Mail llllerl nn mi raunn.hlk
ierm ait if presWrin peTson: ' l-i ,
novSfroWAwtf ' - -'i---,- ."Y.f
t
f r P-
ie attenlloa of the Trade is called to the superi
or BLOCK Ot
M PER - OF ALL. EINDS;.
lltl V,'u'' Vi) l 1 : Wi'ljI'V'V.'
A7 1U SK. i'V Ai r-.n -jturiv.
j Just received df.aalAbj' ni--
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ihv i.tvi v. ,' w i
i r 86, 39-At 40 NORTH , IGB 8T Vi.
j -4tt"3 Atiil't'.i..'.V. $ ,ro'';;V,i'
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Book, '""- ,j 3 ,i".i!A 'wi.
!"'-. '-. V V: .'ti-tU.-t J' 1
j -'-i'n Ali . "t . . ''. - (.- ''''--V '
I" Writing0-; -'
i u a li Colored and vA
I
I -hi yo v-lnay-rn !
(Print Papers.
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', hiTSa j.'V? 'i ."or-!"q h',.!lo-5lq
: 3 i-.'ji.'" La wo TJKJrOu'i ' J 1
Wehaveafullstoskof - ti-:'
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I il.T A C J i..rT.Tr a'rit;; v;- .
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Of all sites and Tarieties, which will ba told at tht
r-- - : .;:
OfA STOCK or
o -a:
Is unsurpassed in the eity, including
i BRISTOL BOARD;
i ' R. R. CHECK. .' . -j
COLORED of ail kinds
I And BLANK.
NEYINJS A MYERS.
BOV tl . . u -1 ii . i J
GIVE US 'A. CA-IjL,
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ft' I II
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Nqs.;3,25,J?U.9 SHigliStreel,
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WOULD INyiTF. THE ATTENTION
' of Pdrcuasers to their" Unusually extensive'
and. elegant assortment pf w'jr
Bxtra Rich Blaek Sllkst to sof. b!id!'S
iMoveities in raney niiKs:
A Poplins tind Empress Cloths;
French Merino, aod Cashmeres;
i4rl , Knglish and breneh Serges; it .',v! -fT
Chamehon Epinglines; . n. v u: ...
itnJi Rich Lans Cloak Velvets; s-ij i-sWt ;'n.a
1,.-;: Novelties iuPlush Cloakinsst .v
. C l; Velveteens for making Costumes; j ,i: ;
Astracbah and Chinchilla Cloaking.;
Superb Paisley Shawls: , - .
Cashmere and Broche Shawls;"" '" ' ' '"'
'"TTToint de Gate Laces,' Collars atfft HlWT-f"
Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids;
Superior Wl 'ter Hosierr - t
Misses' and Men's Merino sta.
i r-j
. i:hb
.HIA IX .'si 1IT
MOST COMPLETE
'.V''l.:.ii-i, ;sl(;3
IN THE CITY '
.t2s ' -! '7 o: ... ttl I -.1 -.:i'.i iti ..j-ncil jj
OF
,rjj!f. 7,.
....... , ;rj s.. .t,J.
House Fnraishine Drv Goods:
Bl.nkets, Muslins, Linentr i ?-;vi si:
Sheetings Lace Curtains, TowellngI Aodo.
'.ILAlso Iruaming Satins-.- , iltu. ..j j artrud :i
-i-v-.r ; , ALL AT THE!' ' i" '9" ! 1
VERY , LOWEST,! PRICES. :
.- --; ;au i! -m -: -'-r
Merino Undergarmente of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies. Misses and Bors. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
names etplaaVae-U i..ia -- '. c.. -j-
.jpctT-dAm
, GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
IS
. it. i . i. f
,y : - r-k1
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
1 TO - BUY , "
NAtffikONv8!
i 0 ' 's - r ..."r. ' ! 1' '
.-. t'.u : -- -.1 .'. - i
!!- . - ' I :: . .-'..
PuTenasers of Dry Goods are eerdiallr Invited Ito
, ' ' call and examine the t
m'e v ;- vs t 6 c k.
i,' . i.':. . .' .: u . I , .! . il( . I ..
' . -: 'J
' "' ',)i.Y
i DRESS GOODS :..".;.'......;.i...CHBAPl
, FAJCY GOODS-..,.. ... CHEAP
SHAWLS '.i.CHEAPI
DOMESTICS ........... -CHEAP :
EVERYTHING .CHEAP I -l.
5 -j --t.r .'!i - .-
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 Ac 182 South High Street,
! t A I.-" f j ... ft "J i ':" !"'
norlWly-eprlT- -: x - COLUVBVti. OBIO.
iff.::.-' o.i.o'i j j- ' ;"' .'-
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING,:
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE !
( . i .' . .i THE OHIO .
SIcrchantTailoriag & Clothing Co.,
JTO. 185 OPERA EOVSEBZOCX.
Columbusi Ohlo.Q
A iPPEBBHEW STOCK ef CLOTHS,
t. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vesttngs, both
c urvigu auu xumesiic, ior ail ana n inter wear.
' GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will alwart find both onr mAtarinln and nnr arftrtr
to be in the height of the mods. We iriall spare
no paiu9 in proauoiDsi ids mosE eieffn ana I&a-
ioaaD.e carmenu to oe xoand aajwaexe. ,
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Of which a treat Dart is ma.anfant.nrAfi hv onracdvaa.
in ioe latest ana most lasoiooable styles, will sl-
wm Daionna on onr ibmtm. in all th tijitiM
oi me season, at ?erj low prices.
; GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwars kept on hand. "
-.a ..... HENKY MKISc, Superintendent.
JOHN BICH Treasurer.
-- v- W. Q. PtEKS. Foreman. . ;
oet23-deod3m .. . .
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St.,
COHJiTlHUS, OHIO.
HATE JT8T K ECEIVED THE.
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
uoous ever oroagnt to wis eity. consisting of
French, . -
jEtasrUtsh. a.nd '
Liomestlo Cloths. .
- ... Casslmcrea, So.,
For Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at the low.
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on band a well selected
stock of
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
JOHN HDNTER.
juM-dly -
ISO South High street.
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT, '
l IHIALIB 1st
GRAIN OF. ALL KINDS,
- OCR, WHISK sT, Ac. . '"'
W T st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, W Barley, e o., etc.
F F I C E : -r
Near West End eINat'l R ad Bridge..
CQLVMEU&, OBIO.
sbU-dsodly "
Ji! 1 4 HI II IV I' IJUiV
MflflHTOIt
.
'
1 v
;ir!1
why; endure
i; f'ir 't t.t-
a
itiiiA'.-'.lot 01M io !3a.wj iiiifi ".t-v!(..i:r'
-:Hil qin ,t-r1 . ;;iltit)-i!) itl ::; K.
'TneonfhWerl dfw.Trtlle'Wi..lnift.'iiv'a'ili1i
ir.etfr.. 1 oje aaiiT.-. lnepoieet- t vnis artiole m
not to remind him of J his pangsbuttosbow
hirabowtobanUhthem 11 forever... The. means
Of immediate and Derm&nent rflliAf .ri, nrofTtrA
Mais - 'f -rr-n f.T TirtL ft .
fi-vf(i't -i tin?
It ,-.!!'
HOOFLAND'S
;GERMiN; ;:: BITTERS !
i ,!' ! 7'i'ul f'K-b-jfr. v '!'
And it is for him to say whether he will continue
to endure a MviAg death. or to put himself in
aiiioa to reader life eojayable. .nmti-'v.:. i ..':'
lTONG!lADVERTISEraiTS
Of th. efficacy of this matohless v eg "table tstem
achie are to be found in every city and town in the
from .torture, by it,-.
v. .1 . l cu .L.iAiD, ucniiur in.BAiiu womeni' resenea
n.A. inj .mm In Ita..
(testimony
lonv to itrvir-
'tues ' It differs from
any other Bitters in e risteaoa. lu-thia .sseeial par-
uhuut-ii is uui aieonuuo. ..... .
I -For such Aoastiturions and erst trie A "require for'
jtheir invigoratioa f diffastvo atiaiulaatr, .l4..;li,i,:
j HOOETiANto'S "i J "''
GERM AN "TONIC I
I -j.r. - ;l r . ... 17 . r.s.i iy- . l; ... . . . . .
Has been provided a preparation In which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
patient, in choosing between these two areat anti
detea, should be guided by bia own condition; If in
very low state from debility, the Tonic sta.eld be
his SelOC iun: but in cases where th. emanrnnnv
not so pressinr. the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find iofia- f ite benefit from tak
ing; each , in- turn. -J . There is ne phase of
Indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnicu. singly orcomoinsa, they will not etteot
cure, . . -
Exchange, Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Stivn-rth- Get rid of the ail
.meets 'which latertere witb enjoTment; eastlooni
despQndaoo.T tp the wiadsc take aatzoager bold
j -'--- NEW- ; MAN - " -
Throagn the instramehtality of the most powerful
ua popular, or au Tegetaus lnvtgorants and-.aor-r
recti ves. ti4m . ,,. ....... ... .
H00FLAMi'S""GEHMA3f FITTERS.
Bllionsness. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed ftom a want of
proper action In tee liver, the etomaoh and abe
bow eis, are eraaicatfi f i j a course o( tftlg graat -, g
! CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFICj
' . - y i. .' i : j i " :
Which not only oombats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves ia the svstem, but
is the best known safezuard against all' unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occunationa and nnr-
suits suojeot them to the depressing effects of a
eose, unwaoiesomeatmospnere, should take it reg
ularly a a protection againet the low fevers and
otner oiEoraers wnicn malaria engenders, lnva
i(U who are ... . .
WASTINC AWAY, .
Witnout any specuu eomrtatnt. exceot a gradual
Ae.in.tinn of rioHilv ilntnolh .nl n-vAn. -.. -
Will find in the BIT- r TKRS a fountain al
vitality ana vieor, as I Tefrestiing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the tand-scoroued
uu iBiuuiia fcrT.i.rBfct . - . i .... . 'j,
I HOOPLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
Is eom posed of the mire taieee (or, aa thy are mv
dieinally termed. Extracts), of Knou.
Herbs and
Uarks, making a preparation highly concentrated
Dreoaraaea hiehlv nnnMitr,tH
arataoa hi(
Alaoholie
and entirely free from Alaoholie aumixture of any
kii.d.
. - l t "j T . ) -t V. Frt T .'.
HOOFLAND'S,: -f
GERMAN TONIC
I ' ' I . ! ' L- ' . . ' " ' I1'
Is a eombination of all the ingredients of the Bit
' tors, with the purest quality of .Santa Crua Jtum,
Orange, etc., making-one ol the must preasaot and
. agreeable remedies ever offered taibe pabUa.
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
' plaint. Jaundice. l)ys- , ;pcpia, rAhrpals- -or
ervous . Debility, fc. Ltirunio -iliseasea oi
. the Kidneys, and all diseases aris-ng rbm avdisor-
dered Liver or stomach. , ... ..... . . .
1 1 . ;'
, , SUCll . 7 . . . l i
as Coniti-" , ... - .; ' .
I ';Plles, dullness of kl "'
' ! ' Blood to the Head,
j Aoidity of the Stomach.
- ; . Senses. Heartburn, Disgust---I
for Food, Fullness or Weightin the
. Stomacn, Sour eructations. Sinking
er Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach',
j Swimming of the Head, Hurried and IJiffieuIt '
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
.Suffocating Sensations when in a Lyirg Posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs be I ore the
; ,Sigbt. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, .- - -;
. .Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness -.. -.
' of the Skin and Eyes, Paia in the . -,
'., Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, eto.. i -i
, . Sudden . Flushes of Heat, . "
1 .'- Burning in the Flesh, . , .-
Constant lmagio-i .- .- i - ..
" j ' ing's of Evil, and " " ;'. ,: j
I . Great uepres-. . . . . .
r r- 'OB - of '
i -5 - ' Spirits, -"- ;
, j -They are the Greatest and Bestf "
ULOOD PU1UJFIEK8
a : . ... ..... ... .....
. Ever known, and will euro all diseases resoltins
from bsd Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in older. . ja Keep your digestive
; organs, in a sound. A" healthy eoadition, by
' the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
assail you.
Weak and 'Delicate Children
Ate made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without fail
rituoutiail
Thousand.' ef- ttertifiAftte. Iiin uu.n.nMul t .
the hands of the proprietors, hut space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
ooeervea, are men ot note and olsuch standing that
: .- ! . -V .'' -' .. '
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
- ; SPEAKS FOE THESE REMEDIES. ;
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes-
i j - y umony i ,r. . , .
HON. C. W. WOOD WAR D.
' I jrv-y.r -.,.;a;n. ::
Chief Justice of she Supreme Court of Pennsyl
' vania, writM j ' - V
' ' ' PHiUDKLfHiA. March 18. 1867-
"rfind"Hooflsnd's German Bitters" i a good ton
ic useful in diseases gt of the digestive or
gans, ana oi great Den- m eat in cases of debit
lty and want of nervous action in the system.
; Yours truly. , i GEO. W. WOODWARD.
; HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
- Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania;
PHir.iDki.rHta. Anril sa. iHEfl.
I flntiflider MHnnflanrlfstArm.n KltlAm'? v. I ... .
ble medicine in oases of attacks of Indigestion or
- u.i spepdia. i can certity tnis irom my experience
ox it. lours, witn respect,
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
lrothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva-
ma. wri sjPai i
. v1 ' Philadelphia. Sept. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters' is a very useful ar
' tide as a tnnie and a. an aDDetizer. It is not an in.
: toxi ating drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons oi an age. ne pectiuuy yours,
JAMEa BOSS SAOWDEJf
O-XTTIO-LNT.
' Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See th.t the signature rn ot C. M. JACKSON
is on toe wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. Ji 0.631 ARCH STREET,. Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
; Formerly C. H. JACKSON A CO.
Js!PjE1.X03ESS.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle $1 00
Honfl.nrl'a (..rrnan Hitter., naif dosen R im
Hoofland's German Tonio. put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a halt aoseo ior ao.
Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE BT ALL DXUGGISTS
' And Dealers in Media met everywhere,
JySS-dwAsaoowly . ... ....
YEpiALv;-:;'
Jf 11. .11,1.; y i i-iiliui i.v IrJ-il itj
COINCIDENCES.
A Love Reminiscence of the War.
A Love Reminiscence of the War. BY N. O. T.
hod imt txl 1 :;oHl )t.jt II ,tnfi
Southern 'army, arid njisklhg iu'"cfoBf5
coftpsriy''whh itob corrir'adeS.'fhri las o
thd terribltf' 'tft'iclj.rbi-3!fh.e
surrender. Tlje armad' 'enTioYer
takeby; 'i , stiqw;,' koM " '-joads
were quagmires, into 'wliicn: th horses
and. man descended to their knees.7 Tentf
and commisstiry wagons '' had'leetf
staTTed far in' the 'rear1. -'The regiments
strtiggled i heavily ialong'tie' blended
mass ofteet abd Hutferry 6dldtertf.'' With
no food,' witb a pitiless htAVeh bVerhead,
and a wet ground underneath, to shift
for themselves was, with: almost very
soldi er,rasTwa's ijftri8ded by he strictest
qfScers.'a'iiattgrJ !pb?oluVe necessity.
; 'it was theancidtsB.t81ftf iliis paxtipuWr
day's, inarch (for. aucbHtna-rchea -were
common" -ehouglj' 'that ' Fastened-' them-1
1.. Ul.i.'t:i J.-i.i.''-.U'-i.. r-.jT'' '
Bciirn at.,!.!!?. riifir.upui uijf. ittfiivifia. rr.
For instance, while late in tba afternoon
looking down-frorh a hill ef some eleva
tion, and Beeingi the ' armjr p'a.83,' toiling
forward ty'1' regiments! , and, brigades
through .the red rxiud, tlie idea was dis
tinctly formed in my mind, without any
apparent reason.that some unusual event
was about to happen in iny historyVand
that would by. something soonto oc
cur, be transported to an' altogether dif
ferent world of thought ; and eeSin.
Why such a presentiment should, have
arisea. at ,tbe moment .from. a. circum
stance which admitted of no such .logi
cal interence, X . have . never been able
to understand. . , '.'n .....
' , My friends I shall briefly, introduce
by the names of Jasmyn aud Wandorf.
Th former was ,tber humorous man :pf
our party... . vvandort Had no, concep
tion tt'fj'a joke whatever,1 lS. ',",.
., The great point with..'iis'at ;tlie' time
was where to find some comfortable
place to sleep. tlThe matter . was one
full'' of, difficulty." The army . was scat
tered' in every direction.'' ('Everyi place
of shelter was already bepupied.. ,'
; Toward the 'close of the, musky'' af
ternoon, when the whole party was
worn down witli fatigue, we passed Tn
front' 'of one of those large, comfortable-looking
mansions which had once in
Virginia bespoken tbe abode of wealth
and. .plenty. , It appeared to na doubly
comfortable aft er -our . re eont m arches.
tiThe bouse, in fact, lookd so inviting
that each one regarded it long and wist
fully; Jasmyn, point blank, refused to
go any further. . It was absolutely nec
essary, he maintained that we should
here obtain qnarters;T : 9:M .- f
But the matter vpon 'examination did
not appear ao. easy, There . were-abundant
evidences that every coigu of - van
tage had already been, taken; Soldiers
were r streaming: via. .and w Btreanv
ing, j out .. from t every -replace-of , she,
ter., e.. Some : had Kmodestly . contented
themselves with the.shuckpena and hay
lofts; .others had quartered themselves
in the,nego.. cabins, and -stood; drying
their dripping clothing and blankets by
the 6 re Jasmyn. '-explored, to ward the
mansion bouse, itself, but , his . fce : was
not rheerfulL3;he. rejoined nsjuy f..,,.
: "It's a i badi showing' here;'.?; he re
marked, with a dismal glance npWard at
the Btill weeping-heavens. 1 "Ihere s
crowd out o doors who appear to have
designs upon the dining-room, and look
ing through the, windows you will re
mark that the parties Already In', jobs!
session of the knives and forks display
a ruae bkiii in using mem a uaa augu
ry for. those who come'afteni','Obvi'ously
there's no chance for feupper. We1 had
better blay for bne'of these stable lofts.
Let 'us take up pur quarters there for fhe
night at once. . ' "
i . "Unfortunately," said Wandbrfl '"the
experiment has been tried already. "'The
lott is already tiled - with soldiers, and
the one who guards tqe entrance threat
ens to shoot any man: that attempts to
come tip. ' - ' ' '
! "There was no mistaking that hint,1
said Jasmyri',' musingly; ' "I've tried the
kitchen, andi the ; cooks ' afld 'servant
maids, for once, are not to he flattered.
They refused to be prepossessed. We
are regularly in for it to-night."
The rain was now descending with a
dull patter upon the 'roof of one of the
outhouses, under whose eaves we were
standing: for shelter. - Meanwhile ' the
main building gained in appearance, and
we regarded it more and more wistfully.
The scene in the dining-room irritated
the fancy of ; Jasmyn, who was always
hungry, and now more . than ever, and
started bun to giving us a very anima
ted description of a tropical feast to
which he had once sa.. down .in 11a-
vaua. His minute and exaggerated de
scription of the various fruits and tropi
cal dainties became tormenting.. We
were so hungry that we had to beg him
tOStOp... . .,.',. , ; .
'It won't do to stay here" remaining
idle, ram or no rain," said he. f'bome-
thing must be done -wjhave tried eve
ry other way-we must attack, the ene
my in their parlor strongholds.' -i w
"Yon are right," I told him. "Yon
are snre to Bucceed. - I have had a pre
sentiment all the afternoon that we
were to sleep in just such A house."
Jasmyn was the Figaro of the party.
He now set to work, without waiting for
encouragement, to arrange his costume
in the most telling manner the nature of
the case would admit. ' He brought out
a white collar and cravat, which were
reserved for extraordinary occasions,
and leaving the rest of us to shift for
ourselves, boldly approached the door.
We saw him ' speak to one of the in
mates of the house we saw him make
his best bow and then disappear.
Then the fancy ot Wandorf became
excited with a momentary ray of hope,
with .Tasmvn's descrintion of bis funst.
and by seeing the windows of the house
lighted up from wiihin and ;gleaming
with a warm, "ruddy :glowi ' Once 'or
twice, too, the figures of the inmates,
elegantly attired , in evening costume,
were seen to appear: ,( He heaved a sigh
of regret " . , .V,'. .. .
"Are you taking the situation, a-
serteux, or are you amusing yourself
with busy images of , the pastf You
may be dull until Jasmyn returns, if y ou
have nothing to say."
. . . ... " .t .... . ... -.
"The fact is," be saia, -mat mis dog's
life bronght to mind a pretty party
whom I once knew, and for whose arms
I sometimes sigh." ;. . .. "
Courage, then ; yon will soon see
her. The lady in question is one of those
figures whom we now occasionally see
flitting behind the panes." iu -..r; u-j
r
iSEiS1: heVeY'ffirnanfthn
Funheopposite sexln camp even those
wUrysat home -riev drrrt fiYg'e!if
them."
Buthidti sa't the lady
who arit3e'ared''i"nat "Writ if th f &tXjL
mh?kii;W Whb'nf I' wiJtBfpjkfng t
so
fnetlfe
Sii is'not,'ffie!re.' lie iAM. WMl
fltirl'1 iUj' 'J Ji""ntKj dt oiol-jjTaij
"Let ns.jjtt any. rate jWulgS'Irf 1 iSSf
"You absolutely Tnsisll
"Undbubte'dlj0
l"Fhcyrtb,4fjba are'lfPihe-'AftJod
to listen, a verry pretty woman, itttf
small villag-.whiJiadinrowajdtzaad
eCftfi0.. Tr.9C4hosbyr Wjhtrm
few laBcinating women whom one meets
in'iMir,etiirre,.'idCT:i:,,',,l
-1-Bat that Is imrrgrirtrig'; a foeif deaT."
"It was, nevertheless, true. I wis
young andaBaxperienped-T-ii -waai iafit
nated at first sight. I obtained aifcint
trodactiort; to -rhr4 guarianrWen) I
pressed him, he vaguely promise- trie,)
when occasion .presented-. to ' introduce
me. Her name, 1 should tell yi
Idalie.
''Yonpef courselicalleJ' upyrf the" pa
ternal party and reminded Ktn1 of ' nlS1
agreement l'in. Jnl?i-jrt on xii-shT
"Precisely. Fancy hoW iftrdori
wa, dampened when be cooUyinform(J
me that the lady declined ttwivingraj
introduction." ... '
- m',i A;fia rt;'t lj'l
'I was angrily" threate'nfng,!1
at toe
uoor to noia mm to account ' wnen tne
ladv herRnlf linnpariiH'.' ' Snn1 mkefafl."lX&
the statement already -madd 'bttt'tcDh
. sented to listen to what I . otild aayilfr
i would. in 4he. first place. apebgifbr
my rndeness.to h grdian.y tm.nJu'1 ni
', 'iiFM J9Hcurse...did,wBrtJ,he
, commencemept.pf., your-conveSfttipn,,
must have been..a' little embairassing,''
c:"Indeed' it' wm"' Se
parlor, I never Spofee mbreat iihy lase,
; for I-saidwbat; I felt;11! ma3 Jin1 el
. planation which was abfetu'd eribBgrl,rbut'
' wbici waa,rhapBVatrfectiv'a'swW
, I told hec that ti ere wsU ewnetmng-gwil
. her face ht con vinced. me, w ew, dep
i tined to, friends! -,-f.WPo!e4j-X)
, kad; P??.0;- pe. same expr?8sion,artd. ,caft
of featuresiilacB case' f a'ee
i strongly attracted, and not to my sorrow,
i Would aW biil grarit! me krf rjppcjrttinity
. would ; she butr lianrsb the prejudices'
that-1 had, threngh my awkw ardifess,
awakened, ventured to hope- sheAtoulrt 3
find the same eympathy for-rae that i
had already felt in advance foEer,"oiAra
: 'If any one else were .to introduce
themselves' to i fady wit fihcli k'speech.
it 'might excite some wondei iAt their asn
; 8irrance.: It must-'have beed'sinrjerity
; up'rrrf yonrpartbrdOrrnright srrnplrcity;
. But how did it affect her!'.' iii-,i jul"
."She smiled: a&'yon have idonef atil
. the way in which I regarded tha mater
bqt seemed to .bgljeye me seripBB,oyWhatti
t she said to me was : 'Have you conja,
, here simply to. tejl me this V " , T .r
, message besides from the lady who gives
, a soiree to-njght,,to which ypu are
. vited. r'" She was' fearral' 'you 'mgnffte
nnptoVided with art eseort; arili beggei'01
i me to attend you to her house. As ybu'1
are dressed already 'you hare ho 'excuse
forinot attendlag -1931 noiu J Lt.i iv iTj
J "She Bmiled again, but ultimfcfely,T
"j consented to accompany. me.lT ha3 shT
, f My expedition was.iMceess.iaiidiltn
ie were soon conversing upon the rmeCit,
Amiable terms,: .My, companion. 1 iaj,
overedi' was as moeh a pVeamer, as,myfln(T
self,"and evidently' believed in . drsams ,
1 1!.7 I , ' J-u
as me uuijr realities,
f that ?soft,' mobile.1
She had a face of'
yielding character'
rt,'aWd"I wasiucky'!
-wnicn tempts xo enort, ami 1 was lucky
. i 1 i . ' a - 1 t :(t iri.i;. v.,
iireseutiuieut. tCTIS Tn 'vriirWHl
5nstaricl 'f fice.-ffMlftS
; enough on my way to the soiree, anil' 1 "
: After onr arrival, to obtain her nndividedT
1'eat, o You laugh ab my ignorance of htf ! i
tWorld, but jealousy upon thia.:eccaiov'a
1 prompted me to ward off all -dangervsr
v rivals, and introduce only those.. ppon,r,
whose dullness I'could depends j5y the
time that the snpper was overe bad
cried for mercy, 'anj avowed ('.iei; ; read,i' . 5
ness tb'return honie." 'I ' , , '. . 1 '
..rv t it. t i---' ' '''U " il'M'C ria
, "Unce more 1 offered my services; and
when they" were' accepted, it was by the5'.
. longest and most -circuitonf route that'
.we set out. Intoxicated - with he prts-rn
ence and the champagne perhaps that, Ip
bad drunk, the gay,, company, we had jj
" UiVUUllgUb, J. UiCakliCU,
rflv
in the gayest of moodsand bur conver
. without remembering the lengJjjfTai?
acquaintance, as delTcjftf,f lisJcokaT'S
niv devotion and "lov forWe were both
sation was accompanied .upon tqtb sides.,
, with a sort of hysterical laughter, Jxe-p(t
member heri reproaching,, w ith my -.,
levity, and my telling her, which I think'g
is the (ruth, that laughter frequently ac
companies '' our; "most earnest acts.ahd'1"
that my-' smiles ' were. Tike' those tof ir't,T
Thomas More :while ' awaiting the ax or
the headsman. ' -:m
[CONCLUSION TO-MORROW.]
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