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AUC1UTECT.
B.I J a I
tXl.e-,Architeot. Civil Engineer, Ao.
Office orer the Kationul kxehanf Bank
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'PRASEK ft WAKH 1 " " "
.Jif.J.) ATTOKNK 3' AT LAW" 8J ,,n
CBoe.Ho. boat Hiaa itreev Amboa Balll
J : ATTOBStK rAi-LAW MAYOR, '"
DDWiRDT.DeUHl,
'SJJ AWiHiKE i'-AI'-LA W A Wotary Pubrto. '
o..it7;- ,i w j, .I- -UBioe in fara-A' Bnildrnt.'
TXTILMUN WllOOHdri, -:r-.
ATTURK K V S-AT LAW. "
OffieapaUiayaweSAybiUPt:-
ADUTI02 xAND COMMISSION.
f ' Aoeiioneer ana Dealer in uu lutate House
fcei4 Uoatta, Uething and Wotiu
Ha. I W eat Braad street.
i.'b : BATH ROOMS.1
IVX .- iiarber,and Hair Urener. Hot and Colu
Jisths. Basameot Foacoffioe itildin.-' -
BOOK BINDERS;
Book liinders ISlank Hook Manufacturers,
ters and Wishers, ...
i. ;', -1 Opera RgiHin.
. e-T BOOTS & SHOES. '
WX. WILHAMNJt ' , "
e ' M4 Souto Ui;h street. Jart reeehred, an
lecant assortment. 11 ew stvles low prices. L
diestpleasaaail. A J.-.a. - .
1 oKo ,r ' ,r r. , i
XJ Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoes
"at low prices. Aew Stock j not received-
aie !1omti Huh sTreet."
C0AL DEALERS.
-t 811 SON Oa',""-'', 3 l.i-""u '
jXtDeaiori in Pittsburgh and ObloCeal. .Abe,
.Cjke..i)raui,''Uo and 8Maewr Pipe,-.
.. . No. aeiS th Bih street.-
1 QOJiSHSSION iMERU HANTS-
TI , l ll'CU tiWN ..
tXAe Commission; Forwarding and Produce Mer
eeaanU. deaiers ia braisulour, e ST W. Broad
-CORSETS..'
-.:lW ADfllajLtaafe'4e4;u.f'i '' '
e Itaaulaotacara aad lealers in t rsooh; Ger-
suananit Amerioaa.vprgeu, , Also. HoUi okiru. r
- - 1 1 'iJT ' ll vpera House. :
CROCKERY, :&q;
sts4 Ot Inq
TlMIUM, -...-
"'T"Wbuleaio, and Be tail Dealer in China,
QueeMwaxevGlaj, Stated Uuods.Juautps add taiup
r ixiures. 46 A urui 11 igu sueeu
tWTae OrWiAssr's -j sj,ijn f aiu'i
e . importer aud Wholesale and Retail Deaer
In' Crockery. China, Glass, Cuuery, PlaieJ Uooda,
Vi Oil lamps. Ao. ' '- '
;i; if! i-. 6t Bawth High street.
-3,, t DENTISTRY'1" ." J fc
1 .1 S : ' t. . ' -' ' ' .'
tlAUNUt 4cf KirlMlrtUfctt, ' - :'
-,;,'- '"' "'.''ftoibKastBroad'straet.i'
.. H e oto to bstlw m tn:iT ,-,-i :r. i,.,n
- W iimi;-DENTIST.-Tbe oeit styles
of Dentistry; Including Uann's lmproreu
Alineaal Plswew Utbce, 10 and II Opera -JtloeHx .
DRY; GOODS.
1 IT . I i
iJt iisftl3rs tat iirs iiwoda. Notion ft Carpets, Oii
JVIUU UIU slUU 17 1IDUU DUVVWi .
7
J At. UUun 4k .,-. ivnivU-tfit.L'i
. Uit SoathHiKhetreet,-
taipets AlaUings.Oil UoUia,ViUlsuua, Bl,le ana
ertxjjfo4. ;1 6 t , ijjti;! S ili i J
MS V . tt. JT4
e Wholesale and ttetail Dealers In Staple, and
ancy Dr U and asuilaoturers .4f Adies'
c'""- ..n .. ,e.Higo sireet.
17OIJss rits sr.sito biiuuai ( iat!.,
7 F, Krum A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Goods and
NatirDS, 18 conUtfuurtaslreeiv . Tn' .
JA11UI AaCluU .;i,T, . r. .
. Wholesale and Retail l);aler iu Dry Gocds.
Naughton Buildinc. Nos-118 and ta South B ga
atreat s."wus.i -r..,T-:j -.e-iw e-' ...
t'.N Ion :'tt Via; iv
IV Dealers' tn Staple and Fancv Dry Goods an
UsnWFuniabin.iaodi ho. Neil llouae.i
FSlMlMHlSl'tlHAlt efc CO., '
VJ Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods '
Ao-Wauuth Bigh street.
As C. aiKAlH.fei'eT'io.;'
Foreign aad Domestio 4ry 6eedr Cloth.
iuri, eto. Siio i K5 Otulii High street. . . ....
-".n i)i.TjGGisTs:;
"TOSEI-H Ms 1 Tj
fJ- People's Drag Store. 0 South Hifi St.-' Pre
Xipuoit cacelUjty euaaiMdmled Malt boars.:'
BtfOTUBliGStOHE.
JOHN S. ROBERTS. ' ,
irugaistaad Apothecary. - ,: '
.,;, 354 North High street.
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fr.? caoN, r- - ,i
VUVMiiUt KKl'All, DRUUG1STS.
, . lot) eouth.Bmh,et Cuiumbas. O.
VaAlJN ataAAajfa. 4k ; . . . ,
X W bolasala and Koiail Draaaista, and Dealer
i g PruprieUr atedimnws.i -
- - .. , , - 24 North High street.
-HiN GRAVERS-
RlCMbSt 4V OlOMAtli, - - -."., . v -iesisnera,
knarairers and Publishers. Nota
rial art other seals eusrared to order.
Noa. 107 and 1U) oouth High street.
v . FURNITURE, &c. . :
GOajfJltlBtlS CABINET CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale an Retail Deal
ers in Furniture. Chairs, Mattrasses, ill. , , ,
No. aui South High St. (Oi era louse). .
Ohio ruaittTUKfc. co.t - ' ' ,7 '
ManiitaetuMrBnl Krat.al&jw Furniture. Whole
sale and ,lieil y ax(X)uis. u, 7 anil 4 Gwjrnue
HOUSE FURNISHING- , ;
Xzim Dealer, in Mantles. Stoves and House Fur
nishing Gooas.. Also, 1 in. Copper and Sheet Iroo
War. :. . t . . " Aast Town street.
AKENM V 3TDAKT, -
Hons Famishing Go ds, Mantles, Orates.
Copper. Tin and eoeet iron. Stoves and Mantles.
. . - " ' South Hih street.
.k'ros.r.vLOKtHiiir,
A. Dealers in Hardware, nouse Furnishing Good,'
Alarble and Slate Mantles, Grates, S. ves. Hot Air
Furnansii on. nnwuniiaiuni.
. , h "s -r y.i . i .. . . ....
BUSINESS DIREGTCHT
HOOP SKIRTS.
E.
HEED,
slannfsornrer anil WbnlanU Tlnalm- In Hnnn
Skirts and Gorsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Kenher
aid Ksdct Goods, 103 South Hichstf A.
HOWE . SEWING MACHINE.
SP.AXrELL,
e Dealer in Musical Merchandise. Boots. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Special Arent
for the celebrated Klias Howe Hold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. S10 South Hiso street, cor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
uks. n. n. lacf,
tA (Successor to E. Lsnf J Dealer in Hate, Caps,
Furs and Straw Goods 32D booth Hign street.
(Sicn Golden Hat.)
HOTELS.
NATIONAL. HOni,,
Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor:
u
NlfEO SI ATKS IIOI'CL,
Corner High and Town streets.
E. J. BLUUNT, Proprieton
Zfe.TTE.KH HOCiE,
Corner Kourth A Friend sts. Commodious
house and extensive stables .
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
Connkc rrciiT in i) Til 1, life
uranee Company. Assets, $18,' 00,000.
WM. JAMISON. Acent.UolumbM.0.
N'
EWKIHK llllLTEWBERGeR,
GEN LRAL. AGENTS SeenritT Life Insnranea
Company, No. 6 Opera House.
HOME IXSVKANCE COM PAN V OF
Columbus. O. apital and Assets, 4SG.514.37.
W. C. M. BAblEK, Sec'y.
Uffioe, Nos. (AT Opera Bouse
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
V . NsM.A14ns,
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
ll rt. Bish street. Opera Bouse Block.
, Ks, A . ao W N Ii u.
ueuerin Aiiuinery, straw uooas ana rrim
mines. No- 67 North High street.
e Dealer ia Millinery, Tress and Cloak Trim
mings Dd rancy Goods. 130 South Hih street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHlfHAIINEN tc il OHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-
nishing Goods,
no. 68 iMortn High street.
CW.IIIKWAailEK.
Merobant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fnr-
nishing Goods. Also axent for the Diamond Shirts,
121 sonin rlizh street.
THE OHIO ItlF.KCH NT TAILORING
A CLOTB1NG CO., 186 S. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways on band.
JOHN II. BICKEHBACHKK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Famishing Goods.
00.01 jMortn nun street.
JOHN MUNTEK,
MERCHANT TAILOR, no South High st.
Choice stock of Clothins; constantly on hand.
m jraWOTEA'EERS.n
s Jl
ANDKKWS A: HULL..
News Denlers. KonkRellenl tn RfjfionAM.
No. 65 South Bigb street, next door to Postolfice.
ITMaUO. liHLKIANfll)
A1 News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er, publications in both German and bng ish.
331 South Hich street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES
- Mannlacturers and Dealrin WritinffTFri
nt-
ing and Wrapping Papers, 83 A 06 North High St.
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North rtigh street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
J3t. KLLio'r r,
PHOTOGKAPHKR, 107 South nish street.
Pictures made in every style and size.
D.
J. ABCBEtCf
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc..
No. 336 South High street.
-
-
PHYSICIAN.
E
DI. DOWNS, HI. I)
No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Tbruat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
oi w omen ana ;ni.rtren.
f F.HABBISdcCO.,
Wholesale and Ketail dealers for Liffhta A
Co. 's and Haines A Bi-o.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
36 North High ttreet.
J. Woooa,
Aseut for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
. Also, Organs, Molodeona and Sheet untie.
'urSouth Hign street.
RESTAURANT.
B
AN K EXCHANGE RESTAURANT.
Corner State and High streets.
CHiRLEV MYER, Proprietor.
ISwing iiiiNESiii i
a E'l A 8bw.N IACHISE,
rV. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. W. P1MMEL, General Azent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Ka. UI)Btua:VO.,
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Piatedwore. Spectacles. Ac., No. 11 Eat Town
street.
lAI'rSt iSKKI.uaO,
Vjl (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spats
tacles. No. i Neil Home. ;
FA. A L I.E-QIJKHMIX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watchos.
Clocks and Jewelrv. N. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BANCuori' astAOs. 4k (;.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
a ana uw.vnue ioca. xown street
RLfcU, JOIttS ACU.,
Manufacturers aud W holesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 3 Gwynne Block. Town St. -
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking .oinpany at the city ot Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
ut relinquishing end closing its Banking business,
to tLat end has in pursuance of tbe statutes of the
said ntate of ubio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe T re. surer.
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio to the redemption f its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe ottioe of the National City Bsnk
of leve and, at tbe said oity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order ot the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, Julv th, 1068,
; LEMUEL WICK. President.
jyll-dltawOm
1 The Sisters of St. Mary's,
OF THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perrv county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
(be first Monday in September, 1808. For Board and
l aiiion. $76, io. 85 and (30, according to the de
partment ot tbepapil. SR. ROcE. Sup'u
I Address Box 261. au3-dtf
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
J Attorney at Iatri
PARSON'S BUILDING,
aug-o-eoi Im COB. TO JTilrA BIGB ST
I S. S. PINNEY'S
t ANC1NG ACADEM Y IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTOM HALL.
'For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from I to S
P M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBUS
HALL.3d intt., at 8 o'clock P. M. octlA
FOR WALE.
Af j?At1Tor'i0S::G0'D WIN-'COLTS, FIVE 1
ad sv years' vet handsome, kind and-
rAw1" l0WKlCHABD NEVINS,
i
i
WpElf WAREHOtJSES.
-ain-iri it
!.- i j . t - 1S
.hr.AV.WU .'f'..SV. 1.' e.i.l ei't pi -jrirti v!
.tr f. ni -n l .li ittTvl' .ii'i'' 'I A
Mm- ANBferwsv' ' tj!.' W KRBT.
W. H. FOSTER.
!fi.r. nrlt nif n- JI .IT - i
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' ,OU.
WHOLESALE
CO s
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P.APEB VVA.BEHQU.SE.
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ANDREWS, PERRV &
"M AN tlFACT URER8-" AJTD TEAtE"RS 15' '
.00 a'JfKD .0 .:.
BOOK :it
AND- R.rv e e
Sila.Vys a.
NEWS PAPER.
flauotf- Dai
Also, every article eonneeted with the Paper Busi
ness, including
WRITING,
PRINTING and
WRPpmGjTAPERS.
ENVELOPES,
.n.-'r''II'IJ--.
PRINTERS' CARDS, &c.
Ivl J
BOOK,
NEWS and
it ii
COLORED INKS.
Vo. 93 and 95 North Qigh St.,
COL.17 ft BIS, OHIO.
. ft .17; Ct T. o O JL.
Always keep on hsnl a complete assortment of
first-class and superfine Writing,
Printing and Blank Book
i.iii'I :
Jessup & Lafflin's. ,
L L Brown's,
;- Platnep & Porters, "
Ivanhoe Mills, &c.
ATS- All Orders by Mail filled on as reasonable
terms as if present in person.
nbv98-deodAwtf
V ;! SEWING MACHINES. . '.
1837.
" H f fj ? Ti 1 i S
In no previous year has there
been such strong competition among
all the leading Sewing '-'Machine
Manufacturers of, this country and
Europe as the present. 'At all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
tliejf met md contested for the Pre
mium on family Sewing Machines.
and the result was unanimously in
favor oft the , Florence .Seversible
Ftted ' iAtcJc-Hllteh 1 Family Sewing
Machine, It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
8xving Machine at the following
, Exhibitions viz,: t Exposition C7ni-
verseUe, Paris; American Institute
Fair, Xew Torkf New England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
IkliT- the Jfeto YorTc State Fair, at
Buffalo f the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.! that of the.
Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at JSaltimore,
whleh-Tlosed a four-weeTuf Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded it the " O OLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers.
It would seem as If this succession of trl
oinpAt should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced' person of the great superior
ity of the FLORENCE over all other a
Family- Sewing; Machine. - -' -a - "
; Jl written warranty Is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL DO at.t,
that is claimed for it, and should it fail, it
will be taken back, and the HOKE? BB.
FUNDED.
I Principal Ofilee mud Saleroom, So. SS Wot
Wourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
H. McCONNELX. General Arent.
"i. T r XiATBRs .
At thwObin State Fair, which closed" a Toledoi
Septo ber 25th. 18J, the FLORENCE received
the FTRST PREMWiHor the best Family Sewing
Machines over seven competitors.
Send for a circular, or call and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms. ,-,' '-,
91 East State St., Colombo!, Ohlol
IT. S. BROWN, Agent.
LS3T All kinds of stitching drre to order, snd
tisfaotion guaranteed. ct3-d2m2tawT8
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BEXEY P. ELIAS, - Proprietor
THIS P0PTJL A R HoUse!- C K NTR ALL T Lo
cated and convenient t business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visi' ing the citv. No pains will
be spared to make tbe stiy ot guests pleasart in
every particular. . myl2-d6nv
Dr tlbfoSr7
1868; ';-:T.UTlJaiNi.V'.1868
WOULD INVITE THE ATTENTION
. of Pardbaeem to their lunasuall ektonsif
and elegant assortment pf
, Extra Rink Black Silksj ; m ; i, g
"Novekleiinraney Sllksi 'ol " f'1
Poplins said Empreas Clothsi-...?; i,!T
Trench Mefinos and Cashmeres; '
K nil isb and Fraueb Serge; wjr Vljl'i''
Chameliou Epinglines;
Riph liions Cloak, Velvets;
Novelties in Plush Cloakints:
V el ve teens for making Costumes; , --p
'A V I . nJ nhSnnhnia-nioMnee.','"u '
. , riuperb Paisley Shawls:-. . -. . ,-; . ',.",V
, Cashmere and Broche Shawls;' . -"" : ;
"'r'1 Point de Gaze Laces, Collars ano Sctin,'',"r
' Harm' NmlMi nlt AT XKnftrMr' Kids 1
Superior Wi ter Hosierr '
Misses' and Men's Merino Vests. .-if-T :.-i
V.
THE-
MOs' COMPLETE
STOCKr
IIT9
7, V?i I
r ! tv
THE
CECYi U
' -iii
OF
House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Blankets, Muslin", Linens:
beetings Lace CurtainsJTowelings AeAo.
'-Also Trlmmin Satinet
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino ITnderaarments of all arades and Quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Bors. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles.
ocl7 dim GILCHRIST. GRAY k CO.
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SAH6HT0ES
N 3E W
F Aliti AND WINTER
DRYGOODSo
..',!- ' . ......
EXIRAOBDINART INDUCEMENTS
NAUGHTON'Sl
Paronasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited jto
call ana examine me
Js Hull Jilyuhi
DRESS GOODS CHEAP I
, , FANCY GOODS..-....., CHEAP j
SH AWIS... m.....l....4(.t. e sCBSAP t , j
. DOMESTICS ..j. ........... r...lCHEAP
. , EVERYTHING ....... .j...... ...CHE API .,.
ii l.i .;! ,i'.i A :; i'.'i' ini' ... ii''.-..,.!
JAMES r r N AUGHTON,
f" ? ' f: ;' .''I' i
u 118 Ac 123 Sealst IliK ftreet, .. I
novll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OBIO.
CLOTHING..
clothing;
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE !
THE OHIO,
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
- - . , "
185 OPJOtA B0VBS 0
Columbus. Ohio.Q
. A SUPER B NEW KTOCK off CLOTHS.
V; Cassimeres, Overcoating and Veetiags, both
x oreign ana iomestic. lor r ail ana w inter wear
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will slw&rs And both eor mat ariftti and onr work
to beia the height of the mod. We shall spare
po palm in produeiQ the moat lrtut and fash-
looaoje ear men ia to do toana anjrwaeie.
BEADY-MADE CLOTHINff,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
ia the latest and most fashionable stvles. will al.
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
l-ot the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FUENISHING G00D3
In full lines, alwafs Kept on hand. : .
- - HENRY-MKlBei. Superintendent..
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W. G. PbRKS. Foreman.
oetSs-deodSm
FALL EAND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing EmporiuFii,
No. 220 South High St.,
COLUMBIIS, OHIO.
I HATE JUST RECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. eonaisting of
French,
Alius; llssli unci
Aiomesnc ;iotii.ss
Casaimered, fcc,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low.
est Cash prices. ; '
. Also keep constantly on hand a wall selected
stock of
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
JOHN HUNTER.
ju33-dlr S20 South High strar,
C0MMSSI0N.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commishion
MERCHANT,
i x DKALBB IN
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKY, Ac.
an- T - st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn.W Barley, e e.. etc. -
F F I C E :
Near West End ot Nat'l H ad Bridge .
. Q0LVHBC&, CB10.
tebU-ueodly '
Z JrL JE3 .
' t , T err
- why endure
A
t Milt li.gl.lM rvj 'i sI'S'
I (J lBli :5illr noiti'.'5I-tl' JJ i:vI
- Tbe confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with 8b
Peter."l die daily." . Tbe obieot of this article is
not to remind hWof. J ' his pangs. but to"show
him how tobanish them mm forever., .The weans
of immediate and permanent relief axe proffered
him in . . , . -
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
And It Is for hfm to say whether he wtlF continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
sition to render life enjoyable.
UVINt;ADVERTI5EMENTS
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found ia every city and town in the1
United States heal thy men and women,, rescued
from torture , by it. use. and eager to bear
testimony to its vir- . .av tues It differs from
any other Bitters in existence ia this special par
tionlar it is not alooholio.
For such eonnti tuiiona and systems i require for
their invigoration a diffusive stimulant. .
hoopiaAND's TS. : I
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been provided a preparation in whioh 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
Satient, in choosing between these two great anti
otes, should be guided by bis own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his aelec ion; but in oases where the emergency is
not so pressing, tbe Bitters is tbe specific required.
Thousands find infin- f ite benefit from tak
ing ease -in torn. - There is no phaie of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
l prostration to which they are not adapted, and
ia whioh.singly or eombinsd, they will not offset. :
cure, ( t
Excliange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of fhe ail
ments wbioh interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. In short, become ai ' t . (l
. --. r-1 NEW MAN
. i l- 'i i
Through the instrnmeataliry of the most power Tul
and popular of all vegetable iavigorants and cor
rectives , v.I ,..! f :
HOOFLAND'S GERM: BITTERS.
. Biliousness. Indigestion, General Debility, and
all tb. aomplaints which proceed from a want of
proper aetion in the liver, tbe stomach and the
ooweia. are eradicated oy a course ot this great
V CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
'Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have, entrenched themselves in tbe system, bnt
is tbe best known safeguard against all unhealthy
'influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits euojeos inem mi tne aepressinc eaeets ot i
eloee, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it res
nl arty as a protection against tbe low fevers snd
-otner disorders wnion malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are-
WASTING AWAY,
Witnont anv special eonrs!aint. evnent smnitl
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BI1'- t TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as I refresoing and exil
erating as apoolin the desert to the Eand-scoroaed
ana tainting travelers. .
HO OFL AND'3 "
GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the pure iuioes (or, as (hey are me
dicinallv termed. -Extraots). of Root Herh. in.
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free irom Alcoholic admixture of any
aii. a. - -;,-. . .;.
. HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN - TONIC
"Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit-
, ters, with tbe purest quality et ttanta Cms Rum,
Orange, etc., making one of the must pleasant and
agreeaDie remeaies ever onered to tnepublie -
These remedies will effeetually cure Liver Com
plaint. Jatindiae, Dys I pernis Chwonie o
Nervous Debi li ty, . saa Cbrocid Diseases of
toe cianeys, aua an aiseases aris.ng ixom a.disor-
aerea i,iver or stomscn.
J . :t , sucn , , . -1 3 ' . -
, - S - as Consti. '- -'i
, ': ., . pation. Inward . , .
: ' Piles, iullaesi of... ;
' Blood to tbe Head, .
. . Acidity of tbe Stomach. ,
, .- -Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust
.. , for Food, Fullness or Weight in the ',
. Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking . .
' or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and uifficnlt
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
cu locating sensations wnen in a L,yicg ruature,
iimueM ui v isiuu, i.ois or vi eos oeiore tne
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in tbe Head,
, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness -,0.0
of the Skin' and Eyes, Pain in the '
. Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, etc ?
TV ' Sudden Flushes of Heat,
i - . Burning in the Flesh,
-- . Constant lmagln-
. ' ings of Evil, and '
v Great Depres-., ' . , "
' v .- of A ,
. y. i ' Spirits. . ......
They are tbe Greatest and Bestl '
Ever known, and will euro all diseases resnttfoa
Iroui bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in order., f Keep jour digestive
oiuau. in . souna. s neaitny condition, by
.uaDvvi uin, rvuiouios, ana ou uisease will ev.:
assau you.
Weak and Delicate . Childrec
.. '.! ...... - J. S
Ar made fltrone br the n?o of ithr of thMAiwrn
! efliesi- They will cure every case of MARASMUS
vt i i uvui lau-
.Thoasands cf certificate! have aocumnlatcd
toe bands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publioatiun of bat a few.; Those, it will be
outtorroa, are men oi note ana olSaon standing toat
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
-i OF PHTISlXTAKUt K
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Whowouldasklor more dignified or stronger tes
umony i
HON. C. W. WOODWARD
: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
i ' - PHiLABBLrHtA, March 18, 1887.
I find Hoofiand's German Bitters" is a a-ood ton
: io. u eful in diseases rag of the digestive or
gans, ana oi great Den- a ai est in cases of debit
; lty and want of nervous action in the sys'ein.
i Yours truty, t GEO. W. WOODWARD.' !
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennnyirania.
1'aiI.APKLPHIA, April 28,1866.
I consider "Hooflftud'Mirman KHiam" . Trnlnsi
blemedioine in e sea of attacks of Indiirfisrinn m
l.spepdia. r I can certify this Iruin my experience
oi 11. xoura, wild respect,
' . JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes ;
. Philapblfhia. Sett. 14,1847,
'"Hoofiand's German Bitters'' is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an apr.tir.er. Jt i- not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used benefioiaily b)
persons 01 alt age. ite peotiuiiy yours,
JAMEo ROSS SAOWDEN.
CAUTION',
Hoofiand's German RemeiliM are ennntMrfnitAH
bee tht the signature r of O. M. JACK SON
is on tne wrapper of YJ each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. - . . '
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, So. 031 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES M. EYANS, Proprietor.
.5 formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO. .
Hoofiand's German Bitters, per bottle........ .$1 oo
Hoofiand's German Bitters, naif dozen , 6 00
Hoofiand's German Tonic, put np in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half doaen for $7 50.
Do not forget to examine well tbe artiole you buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB . SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
.' And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
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COINCIDENCES.
A Love Reminiscence of the War.
BY N. O. T.
.:UtM lo v.
.l"lli-"'1 i ; - f r-
1,,," 3Bui; wbere are ypu taking meli she
finally Remanded.,, I ; aoa -not familiar
with these streetflj but, X: know it is- not
tbevvajf home, s-.TJie labyrinthuinto
.which you are leading my, foet-iis hoth-j
ing to that in. which yon are.. conducting
myf upderstanding.', Jfc,j -.,,., , ,u j
. ,f.f:Is that the only answer to all I!
have said to. you t' t. ,---. 6;. v j
. .,(' .Answer ,j My only. excuse rfor: lis
tening toyoii'at all is, that you expected
no answer.. .,...,.,1, rV. .o:0 i !:-.'!.
" ' Put when one says be is in love, it
requires that , at Jeast pne wori-iehould
be-aaia upon thether. side ;.it , .,,,t;
; ' 1 must, then, say something ' y , ;
-f Yes ;. that you can love jne in re
turn, if you can. ' . - ,,, , ., . .
ynfortuna.tely, I am married ..al-
",No,not.that,: , :.. ,rf? ,.,)
' ' J . am telling you a very prosaia
fact. I '. .'. . . ....,(
A' husband you have really a
husband ; ,.' , ; , i
" You are the only person.' in the
place that does not know it. . Yon would
have discovered it yourself, if you had
not prevented me from speaking to anj
oiner company auring toe evening.
" She lanehed for several miiinfp 5n
my face, looking at me very hard, as if
tue matter, was the most amusing thiner
the wond." ' " "' :
" There's a xaiatake somewhere it
must be ar very queer husband dr a' very
queer marriage', i You can See that I
rhave ' spoken "to yon with : sinceritv,
Will yon not answer me frankly 1'
1 am, in that case, a very foolish
woman, who, at sixteen, fell in love,
without the consent of my guardian.
first went into hysterics; tberr1-' wrote
verses about suicide ; and finally eloped
who my jiero. .. it turnea out-as every
body predicted. . In six months ' the
mask fell off, . and ; my hero stood rej
vealed, a ' very ordinary mortal.; - He
was interested in agriculture, and not a
all interested in verse, even when rbym-t
ing in his. own praise, ;. Consequently
I have brought my lyre with me to my
former guardian's roof, disappointed and
discouraged. There is but . a alight ad
dition to be made to tbe story,
"'And that is that you have applied
tor a divorce. i:. ; ; 5 ?
"She blushingly replied:.-, j n ,)J r.!
,;: i " 'It is worse than that. I .have ap
plied, and the application will nndoubt
edly be granted, as the case, is now on
trifll nrnhAl)l v ' f n-mnrrnw 1
" 'Practically, then, you 'are fre'e, and
have no excuse tor not answering.'
' "We had by this' time" reached her
home. At my. last suggestion she rah
inside ana closed the gate.
' 'Do1 J you thus shut : me out of all
"'I' am not yet off with the':o1d love
it is too early to commence with the
new." I could only give you' a 'rever
sionary right to my hand.'' ' " -'
"The interview ended. I awoke the
next morning with' a headache, - and
vague consciousness that I had commit
ted myself to a lady whom I had seen
the evening before for the first time, and
ot whom nearly an 'that l Knew was
that Bhe was' already 'the' wife1 of :an
other ! The worst of it -was that,:i af
ter1 thinking over the matter, I could not
decide: whether the conversation oh the
other side had beea.. -serious,' or might
not have been intended wiJL pleasantry.
"1 hovered around the court the nex
day, in the hope ot there learning some-!
thing,-but tbe case was- not called.-
heard no allusion made to it on thu fol
lowing day. or on the day succeeding to
that. I called, too, at the' house, but
the mistress was never at home."
: "Did yon ascertain," I here inquired
ot Wandnrf, "whether any suit bad been
instituted when : you visited the pre
cincts ot justice I' ". . i
. . "There was no doubt about that fact
The rendering np of judgement wonld
only have been a matter of form if it
had been demanded."
"You ought to have written and asked
an interview or an explanation."
' "That is what I did ; but before re
ceiving an answer, I discovered that the
husband had fallen heir, at the time of
the stay of the ' proceedings, ' to a large
fortune; ' "It must be a very unendur
able husband with whom one cannot live
when he is rich," I thought, and the
answer I received tended to confirm my
conjecture." .':
"Did she tell you that love was a
question of worldly gauds, to be studied
by the lamp of poverty I" -
' "To judge from the letter, the writer
had but a faint recollection of anything
that bad been said ; and would have
been willing to have " forgiven me for
having 'prevailed npon her to drink too
much champagne according to her own
explanation, had I not been so ungener
ous as to allude to the conversation which
subsequently . took place. Some ond,
she hoped, I would find upon whom to
lavish my devotion j but for herself sha
was so. uneuited to mingle in the world,
so impulsive, so improvident, that hence
forth she would have to deny herself
more than ever the: pleasure of receh
ing Iter lriends. 1 he . letter terminated
the acquaintance." : . ;
1 our story has a miserable ending
for so romantic a commencement." .
" 'When you meet, me again, and I
tell you I am in mourning,' .was one of
the phrases of the .letter that long re
mained impressed on my memory, and
which led me to hope for awhile
.before he could finish, Jasmyn bad
rejoined us
"What is all this romance you nave
been telling he inquired. - .
"L have been speaking of a heroine,"
replied . Wandorf, "who I am to see to
night. My friend here believes in pre-
sentiments. ' He has a presentiment,' in
the first place, that 'we aie to stay all
night in this house. Secondly, that' each
one of us ia to ' see the friend he most
values. Thirdly, that this is about the
last march. Fourthly"
"There is no : need of going any fur
ther," said onr Mercury. The first has
undoubtedly come true. " We are to rest
our bones here we are to be transport-
d bodilv to dreamland, into one of
those abodes of elegance and refinement
which seems created by benevolent genii
in response to a wish. Come, let us
enter. -.- . -
We follower1. . , -' ... r- j
As to what now happened, it seemed
to me more like a. dream, than. anything
elsevtbat I .can;KonrprTir itir (ht
iiwuwt ' Bimuuuiluil thi e tine so rapisjly
Art fkfkk Affirifi r5P?SWj
a transformation b 4yiylight reality.
.'-We had rtered-into oneiof these old
'ab6di e lopnlence. .and waalth-t which
-had as yet been undisturbed by.. tba; igv
itations and 'disaettirsiofji warjpijpUije
,whh3kstill hadabout it art air .of liniiol-
-Dt eas'And.!refinemepX.p From.biBg
outcasts . we , h ad sad dniy OBtered, an. at
mosphereiiof.jqui elegance, no! i-r i-i!i ij
Ii a-jTha; secvant whom i jwejnt at thodoor
ushered us into a chanibeiiwjfih
lyght:had already IbfeeB placed, and np
on whose hearth ;rTOddyifirT waiTal
ready bBfhihg. - A 'naif aKTlour'a toil
enabled 4to rerflotttj thsjvidences of
itrsiyelnrt Make some almostfinctedible
changes in onr costume to, in factteffee t
a sort of half brigand dandyism in .our -dress.
( t r. -'f
' At the1 last mbmentj when oor'priepara-
'jtions had :been: all )coaipleted,iWandorf
suddenly thought to ask : .-i bli
.T'li'JJut. ju wbaxtraerdiparj R;ay jdid
you succeed in securing such comforta
ble quarters People, are :PPtj. so. hos
pitable now-a-days as to Inyita tfie first
nawrcomers to the furnished chamber.1"
Thi fact is,', aidi orirgwide, onr
quarters are notyet qtifte feecuredV:'Bnt
'how! that we are dressed, ind caiy make
our appearanee-befor 'the Imistreas -of
-the mahsion '','ii e"jcah -l :ntT
"And you. have. not seen ber!'' iu-
f quired Wandorf, in a tone- of stupefac-
. "Why, nor--notyet," saii the' trajTor:
"The fact Is,1" said Vahorf p'rondty,
' that I prefer W sleep like a d&V W Hho
'rnud and rain, to entering a ho'nsB w-hrffe
-I am not certain of a welconrei'i i; V
He made hurried mo vemeii t -towaisd
the door by which he had entered,-.,
Apparently my dream and. happy, pre
, sentimenta were rapidjy .malting away.
Still, although I followed" him, "l cn.4,,0
.half, curiously, but. with hardly "any
' doubt: i '" a'5
'As: we' 'passef silently 'Hhrouh'Hne
long hall-way, and came to triefr'ont
'doorentrarice; it did not .stbb1sh Tn to
find that it Wasloeked. ifuvM:S
It did not surprise me, before the ddor
was finally' closed, that -three fi7th.oc--cupants-of
the bospitablo mansion Hould
have been attracted to the scene, j JThat
-onefttbe party should be iroceiyjyl and
j welcomed by the- lady .of. the,. lipise ,as
if he had been an old gnest.., Lastly
had arrived at that poiut that it did pot
" astonish me that we were e3 Into the
'drawing-robni' .'that ' a fofdihg '''do!or
should now be thrown open,' and that We
' should See lighted by wax' tapers if sAip
sper room that would have delightedyLn-
cullus or Apricus after a long' marchv'11
i! I But as first entered the drawing--room
and -became' .'fully ..exposed: to. tbe
light, the scene and . conversation. 'that
r followed fairly surpassed .. my, ipost ris
, ionary imaginings, and put tb route all
my attempts at philosophical conjecture
, "You are, welcome, Sfr. Wandorf, oa
"ano! your friends," said ' the fair hostess.
'"I heard that your regiment 1 Vohld'te
marching in this direction,' 'and" never
"doubted that oi would dO me the'hon
1r' of paying'rn W'passinjjyirit,J,'furt
Wandorf was ther -perfect picture" of
i surprise. r "Istherd not- some mistake
:here,'' .he said, .Mas: to identity! ' Am i
really in the., presence. -of 'Ui'e Idalib
(Wboin.I knew,before riie. warl'Vn jJi
... ?Ah4 you. are felling ..me,!! j was the
blushing reply, f that you ,,didi not.eiXr
pect to see me here-tiat.yon and your
friends found their way.'to my house by
, accident.--."t.1 -z " :
' 1 ' -"Our ' lucky star, in a5 ame, h a s " 'taken
-pity on ns for the foiir 'years" hardships
that we have been compelled io'Bhdure,
and bag made 'One of us at least the vie
tira of : a delightful encbantment,T ia
some way that I do not: pretend to-tnr-derstand.
The gentle men: with m-ar
comrades, il present them' he added
4n a tone- ot mad. exaltation, f'taa lady
whose charms were..onee only toodau-gerous-
WilL you .- believe,' jnadame,
that it was not half an hour ago that I
was telling them of. an old flame, ,who
would have given her preference mo
had she -not, already found a worthier
claimant to her hand?" iol
"Xt is for his worthy claimant you
now see me in mourning," was hef replyj
which was accompanied with, the down
cast look of coquetry or pious resigna
tion. . . . rT', . , j
1 I had scarcely heeded their words, sp
'much was" I occupied on my own ac
count with a surjirise that nad overta
ken me. I was awakened by a fortaai
presentation.1 ' A :";
"Since it has come to explaria'tions,'''
I said, let me repay1 One ' introduction1
by another. Tbe lady whom" I have the1
honor of presenting, ' promised'' TheTat
our last interview to make me,' the next
time we met, the happiest of men:1"" f
A blushing protest and n faint1 at
tempt at denial from the fair partyipre-
sented, confirmed rather than gainsayod
any explanation.; . i ,i jit
Jasmyn, n from having . been . i pre
viously acquainted with four of tbe par
ty, I began, now to . suspect, , knew as
much about the fulfillment of my pre?
sentiments as anybody..,' An .)9S!r,y
tion from him will be ail that he reader
cannot himself guess. , -r-"" .; -. ,(
"I have never seen", before' the only
lady that 'remains'" id thislv. happy Jarty
to btvisposed of. '"But it J8eemsto m
that I have Some " rights.1 the 'matter
from having brought about so charming
a tableau. '- lT1Bhe will alldW ineW
concluded with the gallant air of a Mar1
quis of the oldS regimt, J'to be guided iy
ieelings and presentiments, it will not'
be. long before I can speak as confident
ly of the future', as my friends have oF
j the past and present.' :- '' - ' v j.l
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