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COLUMBUS, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1868.
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NUMBER 85.
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-rnoatti m; longer. aieouiuil of onenaU teoiuilatUy
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(itioaai insertion. . - ' i i h i t n 1"
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1 iilMwcx a hOi.08. halt prien. :r 3- --.J
.. AUtrmtitmladttrtttimmU mutt btaatd or at
BUSINESS DIRECTORS
T .' X. BHOuKLS, , ' .
XV 4 Architect, Civil Kngineer. o. '"'
-.k t;'i Cfiee over tbeWanooal fcxehanae Bsnfc ' 1
ATTORNEYS
r!-1 f "
- WBic, Ho. boats ilick stra4. Am bos Bal!d-
lJifcs o. bull., , ;,. ...,.,.;
I ATTOBSJtlf-AT-LAW A MAYOR, ,
Viii.oA i j. i . .. ilayor.OIBlSO.'.
.IjUWAHVT,UgLAHt 'I
Al IffMi 1-AT-ijA W A Notary Publio.. ,
- ' r. " . HHi.i. P.m...'. Unil;.. '
HI
ilV'O,, i :Af TtiBNhl 6-AT LkWvlU'-f.-a::
... Office-68-.-oath iiina atiwet, Autnoe Baildins.
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AUCTION ANP COMMISSION.
VTi 44. MEAL,, ' 'j '.l;r. .'.t.i.
j on i
et
iAaationeer and 1aalar in- SaiX Batata Honaat
Jkuid Ueoau, CloUiinc aud Neuoua.:. :,. t j
r 1 , Ao. 7 West Uioad street.
' i v BATH ROOMS. 1 ; j; 1
I. ' "i! ' "'" "
A.a4iiB MM I Ett
1.
VT . iiajber and Hair Dresser. Hot and CoU
Baths.. Baemeut Poaiunioe.il ..ilWtn .. .
'. BOOK BINDERS.'
Ljfbbiasa a . .AA.a.sv- ,.-,.. ..r.w -(ti n
Bosk Binders BlanJi Book Manufacturers,
-Printers and Publishers. , J ' ".
-BOOTS & SHOES,- "
in . . j .ir., j ,i i t -i i i . . tit; i
rTT,e- H4J3out4i UiKb strett. JintTeeeiTeil.aa
elegant asuoruuent. ,JSew Bt;lfl3, iuw prices.
aies please ealL 1 " . " J.
.1 vi.nt4iiti4i.vu.is,
XJ Is the noted house for food Boots and Shoes
a,t low prices, iiew Stock justreceived. . '
1 .. . . ! 74 ouih High street: J
'.coal: dealers 'X
Dealers ra Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Also.
JUaeViiin 1'ilo and stone Swr Pipe.- -IJ
.,-.; No.astNjith UiKh street. I
-OUMAHiSSlON MEKOtiAlNTS.;
AtlON, i '.. i.ii."
.Comuiasion. r,rwardint and PredaoeUer
Bliunts, dealers in, brain, flour. o :7 W . JMoao
r.vMi. - ' . 1 ' ' ' ....
"CORSET.'
D ; lb. HA UN Aain !)., - ! h y-H: "1
Manulacturers and JDealers iB French, Ger?
nuan aiid Amerreaa Vsorseii. Also, buop okirbt. ,
imki.1 l . ii.ii.. r a . ll upera riuase. .
CRUCKERY,1 k&t ,v
- f . 1
U Wboresal and" Retail ; Dealer in China;
tuaeinwaie.Ulaaa.PiatsHi.tsuods, Lamps and Lauip
lutures. .. .. -f i -, 4 bvzutk Uucu street.; .
C1 U'rA4'V V.i'- v.-,-.
. importmr and WholeaU and- Retail Dealer
i Croclury Cnuia,, MlauvCuttory, Piw4 Mtfoos.
iai ILL I jili.m A.A.
. ..J . . ' ''l':'x14 South Rlshatraat."'
6ui.Vi DENTISTRY.; ;
'," No,ja jCastBroad street..
A WVoinMotothofc-..'1' .-. . , . V
fvui : A-aJW'IMjxiTisit.Thw bet styles
v- i -ueniiMry. nMuumt uunna uupcoTau
funeral Plate. OtboetlOiuid 11 Opcca blue.
' i DRY UOODiv
- Dealers in Dry fatuous. Motipna. Carpets. Oi.
Clulbsj AiaiuuiiB. anaues. .lnu, lUaii aui.ttnj
f :.!. 44SUUA4.N At' 'VI "i"
t . .1 ' .. 14 aoatnfii-ri street.. .
caxpets AlatUnis.OU Cluis,VMriLn(, 6l..laua
e . Waoletale and .Ruui Deal era io Staple and
raucy' Uti Uoods.. and aiauulaoturers ef Juauies'
Clii&ka.l' ' . ' 123 a. Him a: reet.
.OUl'M 4 . attk UUtfus At4a4.br
P. irULn A Co-..eash dealers id Dr Uuods and
iotl.ns, lev sonch r ourta street.
1A.U4J- HallLu tult. .(. i '3 in
fl . WluiluaW anA. Matail Ll alar ia Drr Gocds.
aubt)uilualdtnL lo.. 1U and 13 outh H.h
A8r4Me M i4ian. ........... i, t
IV Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
ueuts I lunisnms uuuus, sto. e nu nouoe.
UA;.nMi, A', 4jtaaA.lt' Ac kv., r:. '.-.-.'
JT . Dealers n Staple and Fauy Dry Goods.
Ao.2uouutb aiah street.
A4J. aAJE.AU4.Jb k av J., .! '' f v
J.'oreigu-aad Doueatie lry Goods, Cloths,
urn, eto. " stio 253 auUt Hish atreu.
:,v DRUGGISTS.-
. -a fl.'. m. a its'a"r-' t-'il4i
(i . People's Drue Store, 18 South High St. ' Pre-
aenpuuimeasajaiiy auJnjMat.aeu hmi aoara.- -
MJ . , JOaN S. KOtiJiiiTS. ,' ' . w .,,
Drngiist and Apothecary.' . ' .
- . ;4 j'i... jm North High street.
M
AtAa'l.b Ac atlt'kOX, ;V: t
nUVbaSAIiIiS ttfctAII. DKUtiUlSXS..
'.' . '.loo Soutb High 6t., Columbus, O.' ,
B1
lUAUm. UaAlajaa. Ac Co., I ,
Wholesale and Ketaii Driutnista. anil naa.lar
1 n rrupnciar aieuioiusA ,
-' ' '84 North niih street.
m gravers::
RICH EH 4k IIIOOKK, -
' UemgowaylsngraTers and Publishers. -Nota-rial
anct other seals engraved to-order. .'do ...
1. , . Nos. 1U2 and loo ouutb High street.
FURNITURE, Ac.
COEl)MilICAJlrI4XC. ' I ' i; 1 '
Manufacturers and Wholesale anrt ReUii Deal
rsi rumuuie. Ctiau-a. juattrasoes, tta. f.
' No. oi South High St. er douse).
1 .
M.nu1u..tnr.,,Al fini .w It urnitjtra. Whole
sala and hvetail WarwoouisrA, 1 aud S Gwynua
HIOCK.
HOUSE FURNISHING.
J AjftEAVAeja j4muw, wwvea sMaU JDVIWV 1 t
U.aa - li JlUt TntYD atrMlt-
w jmwm. s ,i- - " - ---"-
AlaEfUB-flJe irtJAX, '.,
Mouse . G arnishing Go dav Mantles. -Grates,
(ianat 'i in ani BUeetv iron. Stoves aud Maatleso
"jr.W.l i .'ill 8MB Boutn Hish stiaati..
"a. X!4 V A - 4c t r iry ''''S
tiarWeand Blate Masftie. ratw, toW-vej. Mot Am
isrm."" - North Hieh JtrMt, -
Jt UTDaOBB, .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
,r Hoo? skirts.:
i
Ekecd, - ..
Manofsetxtrer an J Wholerate Dealer In Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
ttd Kaner Woods, 103 iSoucn High str jt. .
HOWE ! SEWING MACHINE:
O. Dealer in Morical Msrrbaoiliee. Bool i. Sta
tioneryand r'anoy Uoods senerally. Hpeoial A(en(
f .r the cele bra toil Klias Howe Gold Medal iSewinf
Mnchine. No. 210 South Hiaa rtreet. oor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
: VI
iiHs. m. in. MCF, . . ;
VI (Snccessortn E. LanO Dealer in Fais. Caps,
Fur? and Straw Goods 320 Sooth rJign ttreet.
..i.ij j; ! irt,- . t.1. (Sian tsnliien H.O 1
-HOTELS.
N4V1.vt4MAL.ti'r4lV " 'i-i- -'
I.' . ;;; J-.H. DAyiHS'iy. Proprietor.;
Uftii t,u aiml is iioriiL, - '.i
i Corner High and Town strwita. ' ) - r. '
..,(,.,;, .;, ,. r! J. BLOUN 1', Proprietor v
fcf'i'iiixK iiocf:," :;' ;! " -
'Corner rourte friend sts. Commodions
aeaaaad extensive stables. ' .
. .. L. BOWERS, Proprietor.: i
- ' V) INSURANCE. k
G
05IMLQ I ICDT Sill flJAL XirE !..'-
. sarno Uompnny. ' Aweta. S18,1 OO DOOv . ;
. n . dAmaupif AKent.iuoiauioau. .
IN'
EWKIHK A FI H.T 13 BCHGEK, ' "
UMe.RAl AGENTS Seanrit Lit'e Igsarane
Company .nn.ri,, . . Jioj i Opera riease. i
HOMK IKSCKANCE. CWITI PAN ti' OF
Columbus, ). apital and Assets, t4M.614.37.
W.l,.mWUAaiEK,Hec'y. ' - ' '
OfficB, Kos . A 7 Opera House
: MILLINERY GOODS.
G
Ml MH.HW1S. . .: j ..- -hvj ...j
, Wholesale and KetaiLM Uinery Goods., .-i
'. ' 101 S. Hieh street. Opera house tUoek. ,
UHn, A. OUWIlU. i '.
Jl beilerin Millinery. Straw Uoods and Trim
mings. .No-67 urth Hun street. ... , . r
J. HI WItKlf,'""''.'"! "
e Dealer in Millinery, Orewi and Cloak Trim,
minss .id Fanoy Uoods. 130 South H-nh street. ..
BaaBamBaasE9aaHBaBnmaai3aamna
MERCHANT ; TAILORS.
SCHlHttmV 4t 4 0HLLCBE; i
' Merchant .Taiiora and liaalera in Unatjt Kur.
uishiog. Uoods, y-,t , t '. ' . .4
' . . . . . , . j.. o- oo jortu nigo street, ,
C .:W.'MlSWAIlsSK J.''iiii n ..ci.. ". ..j
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fot
nishicg Goods. uAlsv asent lor the Diatnoa i Shirts.
- -.. m foul Huh street, ,
THKOHIO iri4C-H41ITTAIIOltt3
. ,A CLOTHING VOn s86 S. High stv Gents'
uiu ma le iu order. : AMaaj-made Ulathmg air
ways on hand.
uUJ
J04AN llxHIVKEVBAOMIilt, .:
Merchant : Tailor and Dealer itLClothing and
.' ' :..;-... i. m .j r .i. ITsi .'LL
-"'-'-xo. oi i.ona nmn szreer.
.Mr HCNTKB,, . ; ., ,,,..,-. ..,:1,i
Chtee stockrof Clothing constantly on hand.
.NEWS DEALERS,
:1
AIHDHiitVS A 11(141,, '
News Dealer. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. ti South High street, next door to Postof&ca.
IjlKliV, l! 14 4. Itl A NX, i
AJ Iiews Dealer, ilookseller. Rtatinqer and Bind
er .Publications in both Germanand Eag.ish.'1
v aai isoutbriich street. ,
PAPER WAREHOUSES, i "
INDKCWs, fUBKY tc Ct.,
il.. Manulaoturers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and Wrappin Papers. 83 A S&Aorth High sc. ,
N. V4IS.k tHVSiAtS. . . A -1
Dealers in Priming, Book. Writing and Fin
Papers 86, 38 A 40 Nor. h liigb street. .
PHOTOGRAPHERS.:
BALlWA fc M'fcVtNS. . . ..
PHOTOGRAPHtRS. ' ' ' ,'
; : ..il vi TT 81 Son i h High street.
J. , 31. ILHOTT,
e1 PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and site. '
D
J ARrHF.lt.
Photographs. Ambrotrpes. Gems, etc., etc..
rno. xsosoutnriign street.
physician.:,
Tit" TO.'DOWN.. 1T. I . .
Eie No. 3 Opera House. Treats' Diseases of
hire. Ear. Heart. Tbruat and LnDa-sr- Also. Disci
the
iseasee
ot women ani :tiiden.
PIANOS.-
Jj F. 'MA fat IS 4k C4.i ' ! '! . :'; I
..Wholesale and Retail dealers for Light A
Cosand Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. . Also. Organs,
Melodeont and other musical insrrmnou'ts'. -,.,,!,.....,..-..
.... i 88 North Hign ttreet, t
J V.'IU. woous.1
0 Arent for Chickerings and Emmerson's Pi'
ados. Also, Organs, Metodeons and Sheet iaeio.
t in (.j.i.S.i viu iiitwiv 31 jjouth High street., i
-V..-1 lv
RESTAURANT.5
BAHK'XrnANGK KESTAII1IA1VT,:
Corner Btate and tlich rtrests. - '
.;;ih w.i -jt. i CHiRLtV MYtK. Proprietor. 1
V;;; SEWING MACHINES.
A BT A SbWiNG MACHINES,
r-' The best in the world. ' Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. W. P1MMEL, General Agent. "j
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. '
R W. UllBlK A" CO.,
Dealers in Fine Waichos.'' Clocks,' Jewelry,
Plated ware. Spectacles, Ac, No. 41 ha.t Town
street. ' -- - - - . - ' -
vAAS-.a Ac HAKKntllO.t, ' : .
vj Su-oessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in l)ia-i
moods. Watch s. Jewelry, SUvet Ware and Spec
tacles. Jio. 3 Neil Houfe.' " ; ;
FA 1. A.E-4lfcKfc.iXr r -
a Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv.' Nt. 71 South Hish street.
STRICTLY -WHOLESALE.
BANViiOfr IIKIM. Ac CO., '
' Wholesale Dealers in Dry-Good and Notions,
i 1 . 3 and 4 Uwnne Rtock. Town street.-.
REED, JONES V CO.; v
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in B. ota
and Shoes. . No. Uwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE MS ' II K K E B Y CITF.17 XO '
all whom, it may conoern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking -Company, i
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking 'Oinpany at the city oi Cleveland,
Onie, ander an act of the General Assembly of the-'
said State of vhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com--panics,"
passed February 34tn, 1845, being desirous
vt relinquishing and dosing its banking bnaineftn, -to
tLat end has. in pnrsu-&oe of the statutes of the
said fitate of obie in such-ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety percent, of the maximum .
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said Slate jf :
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tue Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of Slate of said State of
Ohio lo the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City bank
of leveiand. at tbe raid oily y Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. .
Dune ny oruer or ine owsra ui uiiwwn wi iud
CitvBankof Cleveland. July th. l68.
, t'i-'T AjAjeiuaai rf i-VA., jj-xeaiueu,. .
iyU-dltaw6ni,. ... ; .
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' Tiie Sisters of St. :MarjV
OFTllE seulJNGS, BECEITLK OF
Somerset, Perrv county, will open their large
and spacious building for tbe reception of pupils on
the Brat Monday in September, lHoa. For Board and
Tuition. 376, u. 8S aud t90, according to tbe de
partment ut thepttpil. &B. RO-.i'.Sup'l.
AdJreBoxi61. . -.: Mg3-dtf
i " 1 1,1 i 1 ... .i
JOSEPH ! H. , QBIGER
PAB80ira BDILDIN0, ; -. .,.
augSS-eocSml " ' COB. T0WA.it, BIO B ST
i ;: S.VS. PINNEY'3
r ANC1NG ACADKM V IS SOW OY&X AT
rT ; NAUCHTOM HALL.'''
' Fcr juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from J to 5
V M Gentlemen s evening-class at Annus
BAUi.a !. at 8 d'elock P.M.
;.. JTOlt' MALE. i. .
i ' PAIR Of "JOB GODWIN" COLTS, FIYB
fV and si years' old . V ery handsome, kind and
'?un.dUUl b? - U'W WCHARD HEtlSS. 1
: ; SEWING MACHINES.
SEWING MACHINE.
1837.
In no previous year ha there
been inch strong competition among
all the , leading Sewing JUaehins
Manufacturers -of this country and
Europe as the present. ''At all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
they tnet and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
and the result was unanimously in
favor of the Florence 'Reversible
Feed .XAckStitch Family Sewing
Machine. - Jt received the First and
Highest Prize as ' the best Family
Sieving Machine , at the following
Exhibitions, viz.t Exposition 74U
verselle, Paris; American Institute
Fair, ', iTew York $ . ' 2few England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
E. I. f the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo f the Oreat Annual Fairs
of Jfew England, viz.: that of the
Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Ealtimore,
which closed a four-weeks' 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 "GOLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers ', ; . : r .;
.'i,4T.. .... i- . - l - ' -.,.-.!
It would 'seem aa If this suooession of tri-
ampha ahoold be soffloient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great axtperior.
ity of the FLOHENCK ovejr all othora as
Family Bewins; Machine. ., 1
A. written warranty Is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL DO ALL
that la claimed for It, and should it fail, it
will be taken back. And the MOIfEY HB-
Prtnetpdt Office amd Satrmroom, So. MS Wmt
fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
Tf. MeCONNEIl.. t3naral Aaremt-
if.'t'.:-.ST.. ; '.! - .-rr.'i.:.iv;
1C.-. a v...'.Xj-fik.,raaa?tw;':
Atth. OhicHtare Fair. -srhich ernffed at -Toledo.
Septe ber 2St.h. 18W, (he FLORKNCtJ received
the TrJIST PR Sit IU Jf tor the best Family Sewing
. Send for a oiraular. or call and examine the ila-
ehines at the- new Salesrooms. . 1
ai Catet 8 true St., Cslambaii, Ohio.
i ' -W: B: BROWN; Aaent. 1
V Air kinds of stitchinsr dr-na to nrder- and
atisfantion flni.ranteed. oct24-d2m2tawTt ,
PAPKR WAI'.KIIOl'SES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
I'. ;-.( :
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JMt ,..';) t' ' . . - ; - ' ; - ' . J
Ths attention ef the Trade is called to the superi-
i' ....... .. .-. . orstooxot . a - . .-.. i-
PAPERS OF, ALL KINDS,
Just received ndf sale by
NBVINS & MYERS
S, 38 Ac 40 NOBX I IO0 T ;
-i i : Ij.3'. -j a; 1 . : - .! "
' ' : CO LV M B V 8
, .. n . . Oor stock co npriscs a full line of
i : t i
. I. ;
Book,
.Writing,
Color 3d and
Print Papers.
. i i.. 3 : i : ( . n ' ' --.ii !
- , - Ws have a full stock of
ENVELOPES,
i . . .til -.
'.-. ! - ; ;--.!j '"i .'p.. : -i! ;. it-.
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest mantel rates. .
1 -: ,l i : - r
' :. .' 1 oub stock or ' ; V
Is unsurpassed in the city. Inducting i
BRISTOL BOARD- ' '
R. R. CHECK," :
COLORED of all kinds
And BLANK.
G I V K US A. CALL
I-
If EVIIS Sc MYERS.
nov"
. . ., r BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON i 8c CO.
i'-i B A"--'! K' E R S '
Corner Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS, OHIO. ,
febs-dly it t ti . i' r . : in,.
PfHArDBM. 408. HtTTCHB80. : .1.110 ;
. . if?' Vti-li-'1 I ''I1' ' ' '' ' ''-, '''-li-r .
HATDEN, HUTCHESON & CC,
NO. 13 6. IllCill STBEET.
(aoio-dly-r
i . i
Colambnsi O,
DRY GOODS.
186S.
AUTUMN.
1868.
(ilLt'liRRT, MAY & CO,
Nos. 23, 25, 27& 29 S. High Street,
; . . .- i
tT70TJ(.D IKTITF. THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers to their unuauallv extensive
ar.a elegant assortment ot ,
Extr, Rich Black Silks;
Novelties in Fancy Silks: - '
Poplma and Empress Cloths; ' -French
Merinos and Cash meres;
Koglish and Frenoh Serges; v .
Ohamelion pinglines; '
Riob Lyons Cloak Vtlvets: '"- -i :
. Novelties in Plusb Cloakinss; . . .
V elveteens for making Costumes; , ,
- Astrachan and Chinchilla Cloaking;
i-- Superb Paisley Shawls;
: . Cashmere and Broche Shawls; - ' '
Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sets; ,
' Harris' Seamless and Al. iaodres' Kidsj
' "' 'Superior Wi ter Hosierr
- - Misses' and Men's Aerino Tests.
: ;M . -.'.. t.i.'.
THE
MOST COMPLETE
IN THE CITY
.1 1 ..
OF
House Furnishing Dry Goods; ' "
BUnkets, Muslin,, Linens;
Sheetings Lace Curtains, Tow.lings ie Ac
Also Trimming Satins.
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST - PRICES.
Merino Ondernrments ot all grades and quati
ti3S for Gentlemen. Ladies. Misses and Bovs. Also.
a rr.sh rtn-M of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles. - : - J
' oetT-dAm
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.:
.. . i r
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXrBAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
.TOi"'BUY:"ATy;
W AUGHT O W SI
:-:.: . ..I i 1-.. !'.! 'i -1 i:u
) j j- : . .j -.' , .1 '. :
Parsoaeert of Dry Goods are cordially invited Jto
call and examine the i
i E W. S TOOK.
" DRB8S GOODS .'.-.........CHEAj? V '
, . FANCY GOODS-."...... CHEAP .
SHAWLS ....i...... ..CHEAP1
, DOMESTICS .CHEAP
EVERVTHING CHEAP I .
,- : ' !- : ' ' ' : '
: - . i .1 .1. i '.. - ; '-' .
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 Ac 122 Sontli I11 Street, ;
Ij . . - i - . - . ' - '
novll-dly-eprlT . ;I COLUMBUS, OHIO.
.: i - ":!' 1 ' -
.'CLOTHING.
:. ..." CLOTHING,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE I
;.: ' ' ;, THE OHIO, . '.
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
' : iro. 185 opkba Bovsx BLOC.', '
7 - ' Colnmba.i Ohio.';
ASrPKBBPIKW STOCK ef CLOTHS.
Casritneres, Overcoating and Veetings, both
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear A
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mods. We snail spare
no pains in producing tbe most elegint and fash
ionable garments to be fonnd any wheie.
! EEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
. . . -1 -. . .
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at vary low prices. :.:'
GEJ5ITS' FURNISHING G00D3
la full lines, alwars kept on hand.
. , HKMtV MKISei. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer. .
vv. G. PtRKS, Foreman. ' '
' oat33-deod3m ' '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
- HUNTER'S v...,
Clothing Empormni,
: No. 220 South High St.,
COMJtrlBUS, OUIO.
IHATB JTUSX'K. OE I V E D THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. eons is ting of , ,
French, - ilt r ..... ' ,
; i Uie:li8lA txnd - -1
, Comestio ClotIk8s
,- i. . Oa.ssesiisA.3i-., aS&o.,
tor Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices. ,';.,
Also keep constantly on hand well selected
,(ock of
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
JOHN HUNTER,
juW-dlr . . S20 South. High stre.4.
-i COMMISSION.,!
W1VL MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OTJR, WBISKXi 4x43.
' eii.-.vv
Corn. W
' rt Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e c etc.
NA -I TON
, ! ; - F F I C E :
Ser West End of Nat'l n ad Brldfre
. , coLU2V&, caio.
' foWS-dsodly
MEDICAL.
WOMAN.
0- 1
FEMALES,' OWING TO . THE
peculiar and important ralatioria which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many Bufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for . none can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
can long be suffered to run on without
involving the. general health of the in
dividaal, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman .so far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. ' The' sex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving aud curing
almost every one of those , troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex. : , .. .! !.
JlKI.MBOLD'Si, !
EXTRACT OF : Iil;CllU,
. Hundreds, suffer on -in silence, and
hundreds of others apply Vainly to drug
gists and doctors',' who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
: am obliged to say that although it may
, 'be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers "of, life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome, air; and food,
'profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
ofterier caused by direct. irritationap
plied to - the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself. - ;.' . , V-' '.
When reviewing the causes' of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent,' upon' them, :J It is' but 'simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
I largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of woman in all. classes of society,
and which, consequently, affect mord or
: lesa directly, ( the welfare: of the entire
i human family. .The mania that exists
for precocious education aud marriage,
causes the years that nature1 designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress.
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
; the ball-room. Thus, with the - body
, half clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by ; pleasure, perverting ' in. - mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
-for sleep and rest, the work of des'trae
tion. is halt .accomplished, i
In consequence of .this early, strain
upon her, system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate' votary'1 to re
tain her situation, in' school at a later
day,- thus aggravating the evil.! i When-
one excitement is over, another'in prosH
pective keeps the mind morbialy sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of lashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the, ex
posure to mgbt air ; -the sudden change
of temperature: the-complete prostra
tion, produced by' excessive dancing.
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect.. . At last, an early. marriage
caps tbe climax ot misery, and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the ' plain dictates and rttnon
Btrances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat-1
Iment." This is but a truthful picture of
tbe experience ot thousands ot ow young
women. ., . ..... '. .; :;
- Jjonp- before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education ot their peculiar
nervous system, composed ot what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self completed their development. ...
; '. For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Leucorrhoea, Too' Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued .Periods, tor Prolapsus and
Bnaring Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect . specific known :
Helmbold's Compound Extract op
Buchu. -Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany. :-
' Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions. - Strength is tbe glory of
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
bavins; received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United.!
States, is now oneired to afflicted ' hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : . General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility,' Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
' aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. ' Take no
' other.' '' " ' ' - ; : ';' . V
! Sold by Druggists and Dealers every-
; where. -
' Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for 86.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe Bymptoms in all communica
tions. ; Address II. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
'Broadway, N. Y. "'
None are genuine unless' done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fao-simile
!of, my Chemical Warehouse, and rigned
ySS-dwAs-weowly
U. T. HELMbOLI). '
tatcsman.
A Reconstructed Baby—The Advantage
of Being Born Free.
,. us
some ten . months ago a colored boy
(whom we shall call Jake) married an
ebony maiden whose name for tbe pres
ent shall be Sarah. -The couple lived
happily together. In the course of time
the interesting period arrived " baby
fixins" were, all ready and the midwife
in attendance. 'Late in the day the im'
patient husband was invited in to salute
his wife and kiss his baby. He rushed
in frantically and tenderly caressed his
better lialfV'', He. then stepped across
the- room to feait his vision upon the
inky countenance of his " first born,"
when lo r and behold, the child was a
bright pumpkin color. ,-' : j
"Sara," he angrily exclaimed, "what
dis meant -Me lub'd you heap me
worked for you, and tried to make, you
happy 1 i What dis .niean? Ts-i nia4
now 1-.. Don't lub you bit !" 1
"O.' huelC Jake,'" feebly responded
the mother, "and stop dat oolishuess -the
chile is free born.", -. , i
Our friend does not-state 'whether
Sarah's explanation was satisfactory to
Jake or not, but judging', from his si
lence on this
Moulton (Ala.) Advertiser, Nov. 27th
A Pair of KISSES Intercepted.
city, married
his : present amiable wife, they, in com.
pany with Mr. M. and his wife, started
off on a bridal tdur to Cincinnati. On
approaching near the .', tunnel. : -on the
way, Mrs. M. inquired how loner it was.
Mrs. G. laughingly replied : Jusi
long enough for me to kiss my husband.1'?
T . : . e. . i i . . '
ver t buuu alter iue train guuea mtq
the darkness -of, the tunnel,, when Mrs.
M.y who-was sitting in the. seat jast at,
the back lTof that in "which' the' bride
and groorii' were sitting, was' ready to
play a little joke on the loving couple,
it they should attempt to kiss in the tunnel."-
Mrs: M." could onlv see'as throno-li
a ' glass .'darkly, j but;, with the aid. of. a
little fortunate guessing" she was ena-j
bled to gently sJip ( her hand -' between
their faces! just in the nick, of time, and
intercepted a pair of kisses . fervent aa
the love a bride of one Bcore and ten;
and a groom of three score and five could
get them up. There's .many a;'"slip
'.twixt cup and lip." V,So ', in this case,
.the course of true love never,. did -run
smooth. Mrs. M.'s hand caught "both
kisses arid she lifte3 Up hervoice and
laughed how could she lielp it? When
the train emerged, from darkness-into
broad daylight, therd sat 'the loviiik
couple, rendered;, doubly1 attractive; by
the deep and biirnjng. blushes which
testified that they had at last attempted
a kiss in the daxK.Indianapoh$ Mit
ror. '
V- . : ,
Appeal to Swiss and to the
Friends of Switzerland in the
United States.
'A calamity has befallen the Cantons
of Tessin, Valais, Grisons. St. Gall and
Uri which, in its immensity, stands. un
equalled, in the annals of Switzerland.
On the ! 27th oT September rain1 com.
menced to , fall j in, ' , torrents . along ' the'
northern i and southern slopes of the
AlpB.and continued ; to descend, .with
but uttle intermission,' tor eight days
During all this time; a', powerful ' south
wind raged furiously amidst the masses
of snow and ice which had lain undis
turbed for centuries in their inaccessible
Alpine . -strongholds." '.
.Every. mountain rivulet swelled into a
rushing stream,, every stream into a tor
rent,' carrying appalling destruction in its
course! The rivers of Tessin. the Rhone.
the Reuss, the Rhine and the Inp, in. their
relentless power, obliterated many of the'
choicest beauties of iiature, impoverished
thousands of families, and , hurried . hun
dreds to a watery grave. . , -',;. : '. u
; Heart-rending and vain was the strug
gle of human hands against the lover
powering force of the watery elemeut.
On it came, in the dead of night,. terri
ble in its might, scattering, destruction
far and wide, and piling up in the mead
ows the mountain debris of ages. 1 Kocks
weiffhins: hundreds of tons were, torn
from their .resting-places, and in - their
course joined tbe revelry .of destruction.
Whole forests, vineyards,' and meadows
stacked with grain, have disappeared,
'and, in many places, , not .a vestige of
roads, bridges, and fences are- - left;
houses, mills, and factories are torn from
their foundations, and. even cemeteries
and charnal houses have been invaded,
and their contents scattered ' along the
course of the devastation. . Ihousands
of cattle lie choked in mud, .and thou
sands of our fellow . beings are reduced
to abject poverty. ' - ; ' i- " -
Along the Rhine, village upon village
lies half buried in mud and debris, .and
every article ofheddini and 'wearing
apparel has either been,: swept away or
rendered useless in house's where com
fort, and even plenty, reigned; while
their verdant meadows, productive or
chards and beautiful gardens, are one
mass of grayish mud. '
Sixty millions of francs will fall far
short of the loss sustained. . On 'such
extraordinary occasions it is meet that
unusual measures be adopted to alleviate,
at least in part, the sufferings of our
brethren. .The Federal Government of
Switzerland, prompted by a feeliug
which it knew would meet with a hearty
response from its people,' at once dis
patched its President to the suffering
localities, and ordered to the scene -of
devastation the various - corps ' of sap
pers and miners.td " render all . possible
assistance. . . , - i
Ere this, one million of francs will
have been appropriated by the Federal
Government, and a like sum will, no
doubt, have been contributed by the sev
eral Cantons. Already a convention of
delegates from all Cantons have assem
bled in Berne, and'relief associations
have sprung up in, every section of the
land, whose offerings will be distributed
by the Central Relief Association, or
ganized under the auspices of the .Fed
eral, Government. Many,-individuals
have given most liberally, and the peo
ple of adjacent countries are also busy,
heart and hand, in the noble work of re
lieving want. Among others, the King
and Queen, of -Wurtemberg made at once
a remittanceVand organized a Relief So
ciety, over which they will preside. ,
And we, fellow-countrymen and trptn-!
ren, shall we stand aloof? Shall we leave
unheeded the cry of distress, the pleading
eye cast over from beloved Switzerland T
No, no, must be the readyresponse of
every heart. The painful tidings from
our sorely-visited brethren - will find au
echo here in bountifully blessed'Anier
ict. A mite from every feeling nearC a
gift from every generouB hand, and thisj
visitation of Almighty God will affoFd
another proof of the truthfulness" of olr
country's motto, ' h One tor all and all for
: one."1 ' " ' 1 ' - ' -:'-- .; i-. :. 5i ?
Tlie unusual exigencies of this national
calamity made an appeal to the phiian-
. .1 I,:- . i t .
,uiujy v, uio buuiji-rjruitsa sina xiis coun
try's friends; on the1 part of the--undersigned,
virtually obligatory. . ! 1.--.f., ;-a-t
Fellow-countrymen-'! ia the i -United
States, 'up, then; and be' doing in the
Hbble work - of' relievijig ouri suffering
brethren ! Organize, and; let us labor
promptly, unitedly and earnestly.,.-; j
Donations can be sent, bytnail or ex-
- press, to the undersigued, or intrusted
-to tne Swiss: Consulate! at New .Xork,
I Philadelphia, Charleston, 2Tew Pi-jeans,
Galveston, Cincinnati, ; Chicago,. r, St.
i.ixiuis, or oan:Jt!ranci8co, by whorq they
- will be transmitted to tlie undersigned,
- for remittance to the Central Belief As-
i:sociaUon ,iQ PFitzerUnd.,: ,.,,, ,
.:; God -bless the girerl '' in
JOHN HITZ,
Political Agent and Consul General of
Political Agent and Consul General of Switzerland, Washington City, D. C.
YORK., ,
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FCfR'" TI1B' H A MI.
'ivaoAXlrnprovead jjrnrr ,nw
2 It is as elegant dressin g for the Hair. ii I i.uifl
" It Muses ths 'Hair' to Curl beautif uliy! tui
; It keeps ths Scalp Clean and lietl&.VT'
It invigorates tha Roots, of tha Haif; vl ;ur4l
H It forces the Hair aad Beard U gro wi uxnriantly
ilt immediately sieps feair Failing Oiit.X "' "l" '"1
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
1: .'.;..' . I I i ,J I t --.iM.jt'J
, It restores Grey Hair to itt, Original Color.,
! It brings out Hair oh beads that hava bseti baid for
, .::- !.'(;;:! -i :!! :: Zf'iii at;J Uvr-.iasrX
t Is oomposed entirely of simple and lur'ely Vege-
It has receiVed -Aver sir tnotsaad TOtaataryl
testi
monials of its excellence, many
which are from
' ' '" i " v.- ' -,io. a a
physicians in high; ftandingv )Tl.
: i It is sold in half-pound bottles i( the aatae Mown
.in, the glass)j by Drufgists-an pcAlers iu layy
, Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle'. Whols-
1 . - .it i .;'' t i 1 1 -jvi- ! ii- jt!r
sale by Damas Baraef A Co.; F, 0. TflU .'jtj.s
' Schleffelin A Uol.'New York. 'tscHrtf-mohsW-aiy .
III ;-,!i:,GfeERAiSpAP;r-;;
Advertising Agents.
' 133 Sassan Street, roTS- Te)rat ; 'r
.. !'." -. - iZttdblithtA I8SS3 i-J .1 I.-i -.o
We beg to call the attention of advertisers.
our agency. Our facilities with H the final, ells
'daily papers in the country are second to none,
-and we am fully prepared 'te offer'ternis aad 04i
.ditienswhieh cannot fail ro gi va Am perior induae
.ments.. We also send advanisemeots to all Cuban
"ard South' American papers, with whom, we bare
-exelusive'oon'raots - We are tbe onl- hoose" doing
ta SPAIsU ADVERTISING BUSIKESS.
-,, We ean, by special per Jissien.ref.r to t -j.;t
Mr. H. T. .H.AU1BULD,, Druggist.. S94 Broadway.
- New Yo k. . " '- . ' J " l
Mesars, rt.: Rj V AitntlSE-A 'Ccul ISB Greenwich
,-8Uwt,New Yorkv--? I vi'iiii .e.:
Messrs... Hau. A.linctEI,, IIS Greenwich, street,
' New York. '' ' - -Hessrs.i
G. Brc-ck's Bon A Co., Type- Pounders, IS
.. Chambers street. . - ...i-i ii.-i v
llessrs. Phain A Sok, NewTork.-,-.!., iljinO
Messrs. I'dklok A Con.RNDFR. New .Yprkl-, ,
Messrs.' Takk ant A Co.. New York:.3,!tr '-J
MBsiw.4jBicltSKiKO ASeN.-New- ora Oe
Jtleaars. Radway ACo.vAsw; York. 3r.i fjluoi
ooao-eooioii
- i CITY: ADVERTISEMENTS;!
Political Agent and Consul General of Switzerland, Washington City, D. C. Paving Notice.
Jo aU whom it vyiy cocrny iv.r-. ., , , ,,. ,.,.,',,
" i-L' -'' ClTv Cf.trsx'8 Opfici,)-. ,
COLUMBU8. Of., Oot. 8, 1868., J.,
Notice is hereby given, that proceedineshave bern
instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for task
ing the following improvements, to-witi ... m..;.-!
Por grading tbeuorth half et .Perry, street from
High street to tbe corporation line. .
- Also, for (trading and paving the sorters and
grading-and. graveling the roadway and -sidet-walks
. pa Mound street from- Washington., avenue
to the east line ot lot No. 16. : . . . ,, ' ,
'Also. for a double row flag stone pavement across
Alnund street upon the west siilwof High street. '
. The same to be done in aocordaufe witb Plataand
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil JSuginr-
ear: and filed in the office of the City Clerk. '
All persons olaiming damages on aceeunt f sa(8
proposed, improvements, are s-equired to .file their
claitas in the office of the. Clerk, -is- writing, on or
1848.
- . : -t - id '
, octSS-dltawtw i i-
! L.'E.;WIL80N;f s
.lt-i! nn.asstilasrlbrf
Paving Notice.
fp'ittt wjJtoen ssmoovfMtsrw.; ' vi ''f1
' , " CITY CLERK'S OTFICK.1 f1
- "!! !- i-Cohtkbpb.-O..-' Kov.A.1 18CS.I "i
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have beea
instituted in: -the Cit Council of Columbus, for
makin the following improvements, to wit :
For laying a double row flag stone crn'sing across
Center alley on the. north side of Long street.
Also, fur buiWiins a doable row flag- crossing
across outh.PabUu .Wie at the west side oi High
i Also, for building1 a' double row 8g rosin
across South stmt at tha west side of High street..
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and.
estimates to be prepared by tne t,ity lavu&n
and filed in the office of the Citv Clerk. .
ingineer
All persons olaiming dftssges on aooonct of saisV
proposed improvements, are required, to file -their
claims intbeoffioeof the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Xwenty-fifth day of Desember, A.. X.
186b... i : - - ' - '
1 -1:1'. I 7- L. E..WIL80N.J lo
hovlS-dltawaw , i , i r.... - .-.-i Cit Clerk.,,
Paving Notice.
ToaUielumiitnavooneariC: V', """'", ?''J
" ' ' ,' CITY CLERK OFFICT?;'
- . ,7." -- OOMTBBPS.O.; Knv. 1. IMS-f !
Notice is hereby given, that proeeedingshnv heear
instituted in the Cit -Council of Columbus,. f(
making the following improveuients. to wit:
For gr ding and paving the -ui paved sirlewslks,
gutters and orossings oDthe west side of Weaking'
ton avenue from the north side of flatten Place te,
the south side of Gay street. . .. ; -.( a
Also, forrepaving High street trim Perry street
ot tbe corporation line. -' '.'.- ". , i
-Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway, of Public alley front Flth atnet to Sixth,
"'The'sametb be done in sccoidsnce-witTi rbeplatt'
snd estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil nW
gineer, aud filed in Che office of the City Clerk. , - v
AU persons claiming damagM on account of said
proposed improvements are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on of
before the Pint day of January. A. D. .; ;.i I
1 . Id A- II Wll hu
S9Vl9-dltaw4w '
Paving Notice.
: To all wlom ft maf Conner: -
- 1C1TY CLBRICS OFFICE.- -Ti;-
1 . , . Columbus, O., N v. S3.1808.,. ., j
' Notice is hereby given that proceedings hava been
: instituted in the City Counoil of Coiuinbus, fyi
malting the following improvements, to-wit : '
! For grading and paving tbe unpaved sidewalkav'!
gutters and crossings-on the west side of tbe va- ,
cant ground west ot the market bouse, and for pa
vicg the balance of said vscant ground withNia.l
son pavement from Town street to Kick street.-; - "
Also, lor laying a double row of flag croning-i
scros Center alley on -the south, side pt Spring j
, street. , . . .- ' ,
i Also, for laving a double row sag crossing across '
Center alley at tbe south side of Long street. 1
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and K
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil,. Kngi- .
neer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk. ' ' ' -
All persons claiming damages on account of said I
proposed improvements, are required to file) their
claims in th. office of tte Clerk, in writing, on or ,
before the Eighth dy of Jannairv. ADJWO. .
, nov55-dltaw4w .u "i. TtJiiar Clerk !
I
furniture;
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I fcjtj tv -.!' .--. !!jAU.t(Ot S gflOlIU '"I
iiAi.if, iiixLows a; mniws
r... JlU 1.'. a.'Vlbf-U-tai.J 1 ' tv"-1-.j Jii't
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