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I j . r- UffiM Ut Mawnl iiuhac Bank
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Office, Xio. yn Jiisli Uihi, Ambo Build'
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,,,;Al iWit.lli.i;TA.T-4a.W 4 MAYOR.
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-VlaCfOiEee.
A'i'TiiLJti'-AT-LA W. A Jotarr Poblwa
j(in; - -';.i;jtt ? . i.Un,iB faia.n'a tiaildiiMU
TirtLMIN ft WnnuHlfrr. ' '
TTTT
T IT i it ATTOBMKIS-AT LAW.'
'AUCTION A1ND COMMISSION
nan mju Daalar in Baui Kalatd Aaaaal
vJloi4.ooaaCioUiuic aud iNotcua. - . . . .
" ' iio.T V eat Broad street. I
BATH ROOMS.
fJ..UKK niAyHUy . , .M-.nilTl
VT barber and Hair Dresser; . Hot and Cola
c Baths, basement Foatoffice M ildln. - i
It
BOOK BIND JSES.
-V4 'f.
9 D Uok SiwUta" rMank Hook Htnofacftarera
,D i?tioMrss44 Hblisbora.i-JjKj..s,,A .?r i r, - ,
- . Opera RqUing. '
J500TS & S110ILS.
e 144 Soata High street. J ait received, al
letaat MutntBiant. txia itles.ito prioe. jli
v sliea. pjeas) call. , . i
-; iLtit was. at at ajw.'Si . ' "H'i i
c JU' is the noted bouae fof good Boots and Shoes
allow prices., New block juai received- i
;. : "Mlti .t Souih High street, i
::"-,x!0ALrJDEERs;:r;
t SX Dealers' inTfttsborglr"anarOBib Coal.8 Also,
Uoka. Dnu Tils and aaoae ejewar Pi pa.'. ''. ,
. - uiS4,N,.iUt Hikstiaat j
V CXiMMIiSSlON MERC td AiSTa'
1 ' 1 ' Jill ' l'i.M "iu !
rH -; ft , .. . , .
JJ-a-aa Coniinipsion. iirwarding and Trodu'ce Mej
4iiaass.isealan.iu uuait t'loar. a' tt? W.-MToad
street. -..-. . --,..y h-t.i. ?i ,
CORSETS.
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r-
'rTt- MII lEai ac Co., .
jsavsua
(sVlaniiiaetaiiers and ''iMaleim frorieh. Oer.
inanai 4mau4traa(a Ai kXuoir skuU. i
T!hq V )CRUCKERY, &C;H; ! t"i
Will.lfcLloV,, ) j
Wbolenale aud ' Retail Dealer in China,
. Queei.swaxe, ulass, Piatea UuOiie, lauipnaQ l Lamf
iiatares. -.,.i,.i j "-. i 40 but uigirstrsuu ;
t:jf T l. "- AM, " - ' "' ,'' j
-t.Viia Isoporier and Wholenleand Retail Dea el
X in UstjoAery.juiaa. Him. liaueCj ,ri.iu usuaaa,
. 1 , . 3S9 South High sUeet. !
to tint I rDEiNTiSTRY.
aaw
1 V ,AN aa. b AJAJAl.va&,
"Tjl , . o. ib iiast Broad
VoaiaA be-theie.. -
street.
SjJ DlisiTlST. Tbe bast styiti
,U pt Deuustry..uiuiuduig-Uuna.'a laitaruve .
incrlflaie."lmi!B, 10 aud ll Opo.-a "lilucn. .
liirr-
A-.Iik.tAA.il ft. tJU.fj v .. .. ,; (if
Dealers in Dry Uooas, TTolions, Carpets, Oi
Cloths, siatting8, ohaiiea, rJatsa Caps aud D'urn,
"jrner Huauu r'riuua sijeeu.
l As.' usi Jtarv ft O
J IM rioath High street. :
tr carpels lisKilnis,!Ojl OloiwAJaxtaiaa, Sta leauc
.fapoyiiryUoiMU. h ..m-i -i .
t ti.-K '. ; si'AKtJ - ji t -
-XX a W BeleaaJs) aadt Kataii Dealers is S tapis ana
ijbanoy Hit UuuUJ,.aiiti aJuiuiaoutrerii ol Luiea'
'Cloa&s.. , , 123 a. lligii s rce..
,,AAAjng'.aa as-i4itaji. rtfusiim., :
S.. Jt' Kruin & Co..eMii dealers in Drv Uoods and
'Notilns, 18B ooulh ruurtu aircel.
:!IA.iiA HAtaaaa'
a.;; .; :t : in i
hoUvsale and. Retail Altaler in Dry .Cocas,
Naughtun Biuidina, Noa- U8 aud 122- Oouth Jb.gb
'IV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Xtite'ariiishiQ: Uoudt. No; Neil MuOae.' '
1 1LiSJaasaas A'. bsAAk ft t.u..
' U Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry G'Kids. '
oouth'&igh street. 1
-' ,f ,
A. Foreign and Domestfo' I ify rioods, tloths,
CJ. aa jl.a oliSi i 4c
laid, eu. xau xaa soutn mgaatrtat,
- - " -'
,1Y0 r;piytuis-fg,Tin3
lUSfcrHlll.'l'rr
tj People's Drug Sbire.lSeSonth High Bt. 1're-
soriptioua car.ins"uuiuetjasni aaau nouxs.
I ifcfU'JI' AjAAlili XOK.
A-' -
--jai-jyo b. niAojsitTa.
Druggist and Apolfceoary
S , i iii
364 BafteBa'tbstrpsO
J 1 ASS
. , . aw oouth High JSt.COIUlUl)US,U.
IBII ASIA A itt. sk tu.,
-r n dx
holesale aud ka.aii lird,ffit. mmJ Wlw.
in rrupriciar jueuiciiies.
- -..- - S4 North Ui,
JNGRrVVliRS..
KlCMt-n ft MtAASi, ., . - .
Desfgners, fcngravers and PubHsners. Kota
Tisd and other seals engraved to order.'
- Nes. W3 audll oouLh HighstreeL
FURNITURE,
-n I HIHll. liAHINKf (JO.. " "i I""
V Mauaiaotarars and W holeealo and Retail Deal
ers id t aiuiiure. Cuairs, siaiuasaes, ew, . - j
HO. Oi SUUUI uian
ItllO A Si AS St ITi1 it a. 4JU., riiuiv
,-.1 l.l
V Ma
llknuia4f.iirriinf urn elau t urnitare. Whole
sale and Keuul . yi axerouuia, , J and 8 Uwynue
HOUSE cEURNISHING.
W ' a.,AAJASA KUitb fc a;a.,
'Xlie Dealer, in Mantle. Suivaa and Houaa Far
njohing UoottS. , AUo, im, Copper mud Slleet irau
W are.
1? Mat lowu Uaeu-
stV' Moos aurmshing -Uo-dsv Mantlee.-Grates.
Copier, Xin ah buhi aruo. owveaauid Mantraa.
v.,..,-...iW :: oDvmni4Brtisit
STUNfTS A OAs, ft HII I,
DMlers in Hardware, nouser urnishlns Goodn.
luarbia and Biaie-tiaAum, urates, ou.ves. Hot A
. Hot Air
FaraacM.Ac. i .... . M Nertk High street.
3f
HOOP SKIRTS.
1( BEfcD,
Manufacturer and Wholarala Dealer in Hfwa
Skirts and Corsets. Also, denier in Berlin Zepher
and Kaoor Uond'i 103 South tiighstr Jt.
S.
P. AXIII L,
l)eler in Mu'icml Mercbsndise. Bool s. St-
tinner.v end Fn7 .ood9 eenarmUy. Special Accent
r r toe celebrnte l hliu Howe uoid Meii mowing
Mnrhine. ' No. 210 Snath Hicn street, oor Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
. VfJ atH 2 ZJ'ITotV PealO J iCIp.
rur? ana otraw uooas azv aoutu rjis;n street.
(Sixn UnMen Hut)
HOTELS.
VAXlOiL MU II I.,
Opposite Depot.
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DA V I liSON. Proprietor. fl
,M kiM I t- MMK4 111. A
ZfcTTLFK HUTJE,
Corner Koarth Friend sts. Commodions
house and extensive stables.
L. A. BOWERS. Pro-rietor.. .
lNSUHSNCE.
Coumtcucur niiTVtL iins
surane Companr- Assets. $16 00.000.
Wit. JAMISON, AtenU.Uoluuibun.O.
EWKIRK niLTEOF.KOfcK,
Office, Nos. 6 t 7 Opera Bouse
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
Wholmae-and RetaihM-Hnferr Goods.
lt rt.
. Bled sir
irtett Opera House Block.
IIK. A. 1H I l.0.
a.X Dealer in Millinerr, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. Ho- (7 INurlh High street.
JH. WILKI f ,
e Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim
mings lid Fane; Uoods. 130 South H ub street.
"iVcfiATTlfLO'RS.
if
SCHltlUIINKN ft lOHLLEBEH,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Uents' fur
nishing Uoods,
No. 58 North High street.
r w
.NISWADKK,
Kjm Mercbaatvliailar and Dalerin Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. Also axentfortheT)imon'i shirts.
IS1 South Hah street.
THKOHIO HlKHCH4BITTILOItlNG
1 t CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. Hirt t. Gents'
suits made to order.
Brady-made Clothing al-
was on hand.
TOHs II. kh:keuch:u,
rel MerehaeV. l-iac nd-Jiaier inkitbrncsmd
LiDta'J:ara.fiiA Wudn. ' J.. t.i 4 j,
No. 61 North High street.
JUII.H HUKTEK,
MERCHANT TAILOt. W0 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantlv on band.
NEWS DEALERS.
ews Dealerd, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High street, nex door to Postolflce.
,1iAI-.s. IIHLHUNAI,
A? hews Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind- j
er. Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
231 South High stre-t.
rrPAlER WAREHOUSES.
'4 HDKCWS, CEKHV't HJiS',"1 '
ii Manalaoturers and Dealers in Writins. Print
ing and W rapping Papers, 83 it 85 Aortb High st. i
N
VIAS ft ll 1EHII. !
Dealers in Primine. Hoox. Writina and Fine ;
Papers 36,38 A 40 Nor-h tligb street. !
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
DALIJWIV ft Si SvVsvNS.
PH0TOGKAPMLRS.
81 Sou h High street.
J.
Ji iLLior r,
PHOTUGUAPUKR. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and size.
DJ. AKCHEK,
Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, etc.. etc
No. S3S South High street.
TT1Q CEHYSIQIAKfclTJO'i
ii No. 3 Ooera Houite. T rents l)iaea.efi of the '
bje, Kmr. Heart. Ttiroatani LuDgs. AUo, Diieiie '
ot Woitien and Mii'.i-en.
PIANOS.
Jr. liiuKiv ft c.,
a Wholesale and Ketail dealers for Lighte A I
Co. 'sand Uaiuei-A B o. 'a Pia..os. Also, Organ., i
Melodeons and other muaical lntumellts.
38 JNortb High itreet.
J 4J. WOOA, , . . . i
I Autfiir 'Ctrtcberfrtg "gQEnintersoo' Pi- :
4uos. Also, Organs, Meiodeons and Sheet iuMe. !
ilt V-'. or Ksl1 ISonth JJigbaHroBt.
ri i - .
BAIN K IXnilNUl: KESXAUKANX,
Corner State and high streets.
CHARLEY AiYr-R, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
Kl VA SbW.nU ITlACHIIVliS
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 One:
House.. . , W. PiMMEXi, iieneral Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Kas. U H A ft UO.,
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Piaiedware. Spectacles, Ao., No. 11 ta.t Town
street.
lAXi.Sft HAHHIMIOSI,
Vjl (SU'-cesaors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s, Jewelry, Silvei Ware aud Speo
tacles. No4w Neil Hourei " ? p"- If s
A. It la Ifa tl-.Kfc.'X.
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelr. Nc. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BACxUI'l UltUS. ft CO.,
W holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Uwjnne Block, loan street.
tbesKDj i jjtfissiAc-rjfx " 'i
lf Manufacturers aud W holesale Dealers in Bota
i r t 1 tr
and Shoes. - "'No-.DwTime Block. on St.
OSEIESS DIE
XI
JL HBS CMA.li AatKTa BotaiStyLifelSauraitee
Columbus, O. ' apitai and Assets, f4C6,E14.z7.
W. C. M.BAKEK, Seo'jr.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
saaarsasjasass-.
NOXICK IS HaKliBV 43IVFIV XO
all whom it mav eooeern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an independent. Banking C.,uipauy.
organized ana carryiut. on Dusinesa as an mciepen-
dent bauking ompany at the oity ol llevelaud,
UUll,HUUr.lllCbUl hUB UO'iDlU AHQUIUIJ 111 IU,
iaiartateoI unio. en'iuea An Aoc to lncorporaie
ha tiate. Uaak-wt A)hm-and other Bflnsinr Col-
naaiaa.'tpaaed.PbMiae 24m. 84d, twfeg desirww
ul renuquianing ana closing its DanKiug ousiuess,
to tLat ena nas in punu nee ol tne statutes oi ine
said otataof ohio in such casamade. naid and re-
deemed mre than ninety per cent, oi the maximum
amooni of its circulating notes, and aelivered the
same to the treasurer ot State of the said Slate jf
Ohio to be destroyed. and hate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tue Treasurer,
Secretary aud Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio to the redemption i-f its outstanding notes of
mrftiilat.ion at the otnoe of the National Citv Bunk
f f levaaadr at the i J city of Cleveland; wh.re
ssid City Bank is located.
Done by otaeunia.4ioaratoi.iiireq(ors oi tno
Citv Bank of Cleveland, July 9th. 18,
AjH.aiuE.ij n ity&, rresiaent.
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The Sisters of St. Mary's,
OF THE SfKINGS, UF.CKIVXI.Y OF
Somerset, PerrrCTantyrwill open their laigo
and snaoious building for the reception of pupils ou
the first Monday in September, 1808. For Board and
union, eio, eo, S&5 aud two, aocoraiog to m, uo
partmentot thepupil. SR. ROE, Sup't.
AddreeS lloa i&l. auk3-di
JOSEPH rKL. aGEIG-ER
tmtt Kiat ijr
Attorney at Law,
PARE ON' 8 BUILDING,
auglS-eotSm I COB. TOITA-.A BIOBST
S. S. PINNEY'3
rvANOING ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
rNAUCHTO H ALU. , , p
" Fir3nentley."!-iaturdajr-ftifnooni from' iAo S
p M Ueutlemeu's evening class at AMBOS
HALL, 23d inrt., at 8 o'clock P. U. octU -
FOli fALK.
A PAIR OF "J0K GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
L and six years old, y
uad WiU-bVselJ k)WJ
augM-dtf
RICHARD NEViKS
Mj !itu j;r' iua ii Li i J-.'ih ;
li-Ji;T'..yil J..': ., at i .-'t.,.j yii ,lliil''OIII
mull jri-.i: u'IT . ,-s. ,:, o y.iiiUi.i iii f
pocnllar nd important relations'- wbicn
toey sustaq, thei(,pcaiiAr. org4jp4op !
and the offices they 'rJerform, 'kri subject'
.: t-r-t .-i- w -ii!u"
tq inany sufferings.. 1 reeaprfi trom these
contribute in no small degree to .their
happWe8s and 'welfare, for none can. b:
nappy who are ill. ( Not only so, -but noj
one'bf these varidtig-fetnaler complaints
can long .be, Bufred,,to rurj; oti without,
inpolying the . general health of the in-
slitf dual, and ere long producing pertna-
nept sickness and premature decline.. J or
fs it pleasant to consnlta physician for the
ftIfnf of lhes(ttyarjoci8 dtlicate afiefiionp.
and -only-nnon the most urgent necessity
1,1. a riie-jtyonian. sa far saennpe . her
charnt as- i do this. ; 'The set
th'ed.tLiarjk ns for placing in their
hands i simple: i speci tics' ' which- will be
found efficacious' in relieving .and' curing
almost ,y ery tuw af aJiose : troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex. T IT
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HEOIBOLD'S :,
LXTUALT1' Olr V 1SLCIIU.
Hundreds.;Buffer.:fln .is silence, and
bundrefls of; others a pply vainly1 d d rug
gists ini doctorsj who, either merely tan
tatalifce them with the hope of a cure 'tor
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 that1 although it may
De produced1 from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious 'em
ployment, unwholesome . air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of , tea;and
coffeej and frequent childbirth, it is far
oltbuer ; caused ' .by direct irritatipn, ap
plied to the mucous membrane' of the
vagina itseii.
Whpn reviewing thet cansps of these
uiaireaiug complaints, ii is most painiui
to contemplate the attendant , evils con
sequent npon them. It is but simple
justice to the subject to mumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely4 affect the life, health and bappi
neBS of ' woman in all classes ot society,
and. which consequently, affect more or
less .directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. - The mania that exists
For precocious education and marriage,
: (i-f Di t'l -- ' - B. .
causes tue years that nature . designed
for corpoieal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints ef dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecialty in the nnh'eaUfiy excitement of
the . ball-room.' Thus, with the body
half clothed, and the inind4 unduly ex
cited by pleasiire,'perverting in mid
night revel the Ko'urs desighecFby nature
for sleep and rest, the, work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. .
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system," unnecessary effort is
required-by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in, school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint or fashionable dress, ab
solutelv : torbidrrine the-exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
nt organic health and strength ; the ex
. ppsure. tn night airj the sudden change
of temperature : the complete prostra
tion produced' by excessive dancing.
must, ot necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect.. Atj last; an. early. marriage
caps the cumax-ot misery, tend the un
fortunate one hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject" of medical treat
ment. '. .This is but a truthful picture of
the experience of thousands ot our young
women
JLong before the ability to, exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education Jof their . peculiar
nwrvous system, composed ot. what , is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under th control of mental emotions
and associations at an ; early, period 'Jai
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 feriods, tor i'rolapsus. and
;Braring V6wn', ot Frolapsns TJterij we
ntTMr thfl mnRt llprtp.r. RnMnfir. L-nnwn
Hblmbold's Compocnd Extract of
BucHikr. Directions for use', diet,"" and
dvice, accompany,
p - !! m a a1 i-l ovn va, , T 1 fZ n 1 !V m
"' J wc.md oc, n in uuu . n
remedv to aid nature in the discharo-e of
ltsl fnnt;na R)rpno..l, ;u .1,- l,r
- . -.... . .uu fe'"'j
manhood and Womanhood. 11 ELM BOLD S
. T) . ,. .
f aimvi asuishu m uiuio Diiriis
nnw e ftm...i.
. ynluu"m .v.j.u
or J.ruD, niuiiiieiy saier, ana more pieas-
f H,, unmn'o H'TTiiirT Hi-f-iitT
nt. J3.ELMBULD S JXTUACT rSLCHlI,
bavin? received the indorsement of the
, . , . . . .1 tt -i .1
uuafc ituuuuaiii yuj oiihuq iu iuo ci iiilitu
States, is now offered . 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 5lead Confused 'Ideas, Hysteria,
General , Irritability, Jtestlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss' ot 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 Hblmbold's. . Take no
other. ' ' . . . ' ' ' ' '.;
Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.-
"' ' 'x -
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any ;addre6s.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T.-HELMB0LD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
: Broadway, N. Y. , . . ,. ;l
. None are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
i 'jrSa-dwAs-weowly ' " H. T. HELMbOLD.. '
.1 ii .- -:j
Hii'J. :'! fil
DRY GOODS.
d i: .;jOr-.ji;i;.rr
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ii ii - vt-l,ti"
i)i:l.: ni'j.
No, 23, 25, - .2$ High Street
li-vj 1n Xi- ll' lol -till' 1 llni 5 !' 11 ' IM
WoTrr TrtE.'ATtFEw-rib
of Parefeasers to tbeir nnusuallF extenalre
and elegant assortment of - i:ij . j.iiii,...
CxsnRieh'Bhiak Silks; ..r-. x
.lioveltisia saoey silksf-iXti' j.
Poplins aud Empress Cloths;
V..nAli Ma-lnr. I'ulin.Ml.
and Preneh Sergesr-""" 9!X
uttameuoo r-puignnes'.
. . Kiub Lyons Cloak Velvets;
Novelties in Plash Cloikinss;
31 .. Velneteeos for making Costumes;, i
. . , Astrachao and Chinchilla Cloakings; ,
" ' Superb Paisley Shawls; . , .
' ' Cashmere and Brocbe Shawls; '"' x "
;;, Point de Qaaa Laces, Collars and Sets;! :Mj
Harris' Seaiulessand Al-xaudrM' ivids; : . ,
" Superior Wi ter Hosier' ,
-' " Misses and Men's iierino VosbJ. ; 1 ! i ' " -i:l
Hu :; . i m . ...-.. -,.;;n mi! o 'v
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House Furnishing Dry Goods; .,.;
Bl.nkets, Muslins Linens:
Sheetings Lace Curtains, Towellngs Ac, Ac
Also xnmmmj ctauns.
i
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ALL At THE
' I ' t! 1 1 i 1 1 I
VERY LOWEST "PRICES.,
-!-'.u I'nHM sii n'Vit.m f.ll
'.-ii-- ' . -a ;'. l'i rli.i,;ii
'.'-.. .'? 'i. , . 'j .: ;-'; -M vi
' Merino Unergannents of all grades And ejnaH
ties for Gentleaeiv, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a f n-sh stock of Hoop okirts and CorseU in the
newest styles. , ; , ; , ,
i octf d3ml , "'. GILCHRIST!, GRAY A CO,
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FALL
AND
WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXrRAORDliNARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY
at ;
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I.
Puzonaeers ot Dry Goods are cordially invited Sto
....... . can ana examine the .
iE W S T,0 C K3.
DRESS GOODS
-,..i.;...CHEAP!
FANCY GOODS...
sBti A. W L3-ajV.ji..' ,
! DOMESTICS.!.....
EVERVTHISG....
: J ... ..--.Ill :
............ CHEAP n
.....1.. .....CHEAPI I
,.:..v..:.;cheap 't
...;..vj..:.cheapi -:
-: -'':v rJt
JAMES ' ITAUGHTON,
, tit 7 --V ' ' : : rl ' I ' '.i ; T i
-. ',,,.18 fc 122 8atb iHJsrb Street, j
noTlWl-Bprl7 " -i ' ' 'boZUVSO&9Bl6.'
CLOTHING.'
CLOTHING,
CUSTOM ' AND READY-MADE !
. ' t.. - THE OHIO ? r.
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.
'' JT0.-I85 OPERA B0 OSS BL 0 CA,
1 , ''., ' - 1
,,'.,,., CoIumVusj, Ohlo.
tl - r - ;m;- .' '- V. 1 1 ' . -1
A RrPKRBNEW MTOCKslCLOTHS,
l Casaimeres, Overcoating and V eatings, both
Foreign and Domestic, for Fall, and Wintec wear A
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
'i;
Will always find hoth our materials and buy work
to be in the height of the mod.. We snail spare
no pains in produoing the most elegint and fash
ionable garments to bo found anywhete. . .. .v ... -
i.f-: . ! :'! : ' " .
: READY-MADE CLOTHINU, ;
Of which A great partis manufactured by ourselves,
ia the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwavs kept on hand.1
- HEN Rr MKISe,. Superfntendent.
-: ' 0 JOHN RICH Treasurer;
- W. G. PcKKS, Foreman. -oct43-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HUNTER'S
. i . .. i- . ...
Clotliing
No. 220 South High St.,
coiu,vim;i, omo.
I HAVE JUST H E C K 1 V D THE
largest and finest stook of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
French, c't
- JSnjrliish find "''' ' '.r.
. AomMstic5 01otliAs,":i;j.i,
J. tsimoTresj-, Ac,
For Gentlemen's wear, which lwlll soli at the low
est Cash prices. ,
Also keep constantly on band a well selected
itockof .
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
JOHN HUNTER,
juSS-dly ' ' " " ' ' 82 South High street.
. . COMMISSION- . .
WM..MONYPENY,
Forwarding', .and .Commission
r MCRCHANT,
, ! DXALIB IH
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
"' ' OUR, WHISKY, AccV'-''; ''
" MW T st' Prioes Paid at all times for
Corn, W ; Barley, e o.. eto.
v .-- F fT.O B .'"
KearWtstEnd sINat'lR A BrldKeJ
- C01UBBVS, 0B1Q.
-iobiMoodly i
Ix.ll'li-. .1 .
NAUGHTON'S
MEDICAL.';,
VHY ; ENDURE
i.e.
A LIVING DEATH!
t'-.lU'J
The confirmed dyspe'ritie may almost sa,v Willi St.
Petsr, "1 die daily'' . .Tie obiecp of. t-bi article is
not to remind himor LJ bis ps.ngs.nut tosbow
him how tobanisi them -forever, -tbe means
of-immediate and permanent relief are.proffqted
.m oJ;ia.l'n-.w.Vl uj in v -i U
r.;;;rHo.OFLAND'S'n
I. ...
GERMAN BITTERS
r: : .1 i'f--.f..;V; l: 1. !
Aaii it is for him to say whether be will enntinoe
ta endure a living death. or to put himself In "
sition to render life eiyoyable. orii- a "IT
.'..L'tt: ;.-'i O'1-.'H i ' U 't S
UVINGJPERTTSEIVIENTS,
Of the efficacy of this matcbless vegetable stom-'
achio are to be found in every eity and town in the
Unites) States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture byiiis.Af nsa.aod eager to- bar
testimony to its vlr- VJ' tues It differs from
any other Bitters ia exuiaoe,-)a this special par
ticular it is not alooholjo. . v , i-
'' For snob oontitn'ions arid systemsas require for
their ioriloratioo a difdsive stimulant,. ..
lo :iHiito i i .;!.. ) liiiitv'i v-)iii(Jii io
v OOFLANtfS ;J 3
.Vrt-iji -i-.i ri.; oi. i;i I
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest- restorotives of the vegeta--ble.kingdom
are held-. in solution by a. aoirito'ius
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Satteot. in choosing- between tb-tse two great anti
otes. should be guide! by his own rendition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
bis selec ion; but in cases- where the emergency is
not, so pressingme Diners is tne specinc rea iirea
Thousands find infln- sT - ite benefit from tak
ing each, io,- turn, - There -is- a base of
inaigastionBiUonsnesa. aerrouaaisease eg physi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or comhlned, they will not efieot
.Exchange Fain for Ease
-uii-n t 'i - ! ; ! I -.." :: " '7
'And' Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments wnioh interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
qi in o ana. in snort, oeoome a i --. .
.- '-'new'MAN' '
"Throuffb the instrnmentalltv of tba most nowerfnl
and popular of all vegetable inrigorants and oor-
rwiTavn.i i-1 dm " .. .... . .
iflOOFLAKti'S GERMAN BITTERS,
,.,: , . .. --.: . . ' 1 .' 'II..'.
Biliousness, Indigestion. General Debility! and
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
Dowels, are eradicated Dy a course of this great
i ; - .. - : 1 i :
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC, i
' Wbiob not only combats and conquers diseases that
.bave entrenched themselves in tte s.vstem, -but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences, rersons whose occupations and dui
suits sunjeot' them to the depressing effects of a
oiose. unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection againrt the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are . '
.- ..!l. .,i.. , i: i .'j- -' : ' . - ." ; .
Uf ASTIAlrl : 1UI1V ' '" 'I
Wirnnut anr speeiai-eom?!sint.: execrt a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- r . TKRS a lbuntaiu ...f
vitality aua vif"r, as I retrestung and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the tand-scoroaed
and tainting travelers.
: . " HOOPLAND'S
GER AU BITTERS
Ifl eomnosel of th oura fnioMCor. as thnr .r m
dicinaily tormed. Ex tract n of Routx. Hrha mnd
Barku, makjntr a preparation highljr conceutrated
spa entirely iree iruia Aiooaolio aa mix tore ol an
jHOOPLAND'S
CERSV. AH TONIC
IM . .'.. '' !'... .
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality ot caata. Urns Kim,
Orange, etc., making one ot toe must pleasant and
agreeable reuiediea ever offered to tba oublia
- These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, Dys- I pepi.UiCferonio-or
,ervous Debility, mm Cheooior -Diseases of
the h.idneys. and all dtseases arts ng from a.disor-
aerea AiiveForstomsoB, . -
: .-Lii J such ::. .
.,. . .. as Conti- 4 .. . .
patron. Inward' ,"'
1, , "-p,i08- Fullness of 1 ;
; .. ; Blood to the Head, i .
Aoidity f tte Stomach, ,
au.ea. Heartburn, . Disgust '
for Food, Falmess or Weight in the ' ' '
Stomacn, Mour' 'aroctations, Sinkinr :'
. . or Flutteiing at the pit ot the Stomach.
Kwimmingof the Head. Hurried and uifGcuTt
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Burrooaiing sensations wnen In a Liyii g fusture,
...Dimness 01 vision, rots or wens Bel ire the
Sight.-Fever snrt Dull Pain in the Head,
' Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
.- : .of the Skin and Eyes. Paiu in oho- ,.'
,.' Side, Back, Cheat, Limbs, eto. . ; ,
, ,'. .' Sudden Flushes of Heat, " '
. Burmng in the Flesh. '
"!'! '-.I' 1 ' " ' Constant Imagin- .mi
U ii !-:, ' iBgsf Evil, and j,-, . -..:
1 .... ; 1 , Great Dopres ...
' " ' . . Sinn of 1l! ' ; '
i"'i';i ' 1 -i Spirits, t - '
-.'i ; ' They are the Greatest and Bestf ;'
ublood ruiiiiriErxs
Ever known, and will care alt diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep jour Blood pure. - Keep
, your Liver ia older. f Keep yoar digestive
organs in a. sound, betltby eondition, by
. the use of these remedies, and no disease will evtr
asaau you. , . , . T .. . , . . . , . , .
Weak ...and 1 Delicate Children
" ' . ' .. "i .... - . .-'-;.. i
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without fail .......
Thousands cf certificates bave accumulated in
the bands of the proprietors, but space will allow
. of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and ofisach standing that
tbey must be believed.
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME; COURT
. . OF PEroSYIYrAIVIA' ,
; '' SPEAKS FOR' THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes-
i .:-. 1 timoiJ' ? . , ,: . ...
. HON. C. W. WOODWARD, '
: -.: j. "I' ..''.' :
i Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
, yania, wiit;s : ., ...
Philadilfhta, March is, IRflT.
I find "Hoofiand's German Bitters" is a good ton
: io. u eful in diseases taf of the digestive or
' gaus. and of great oen . II a efit in cases of debn
i lty and want ..f nervous action in the sys etn
i Yours truly. tsGEO. W. WOODWARD.'-
I HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
I Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
! PaiLADsLFHIA. A prit 28, 1806.
leonsider "Hoofiand's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in oises of attacks of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I can certify this frum my experience
of iU. Yours, with respect.
..i- James Thompson.
Hon. jas. ross snowden
: : v v ; ft .'il u i : .y- .,
. Prothonotsry of tne Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes i. ; ..- i
j., Philadelphia. Set. 14,1867.
! 'Hooifland's Germai Bitters ' is a very ui-eful ar
tiole as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i- not an in-
itoxl ating drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
, ... , . . JAMEs ROSS SAOWDEN.
Hoofiand's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See th.t the signature f - oi C. M. JACKSOK
is on toe wrapper of U eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. '
, Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phiia-
delp&ia. Pa. ... .
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
1 Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
FXUCES.'
Hoofiand's German Bitters, per bottle (1 00
Hoofiand's Herman Bitters, naif dosen 6 00
Hoofiand's German Tonic, "put up in qt. bottles 1 50
per bottle, or a balf dozen for $7 40.
: Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
: n order to get the genuine.
FOTt SALE jiT ALL DRUGGISTS
, And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.'
jyas-dwis eowly : . ..
'-f. '"'rii:rrv!i
ratesnraui
Report of the Comptroller of the
Currency.
;'; MrVIT. R 1 Hurllrard.-Corhpf roller troi"
tl)e Cnrrencyj'b'afe' completed' 'iiiix ttejfoit.
Its "cnlef ' point's; TrefetoftA'e -bnefly nd
fic'eA.'are as folldws1' '-'1 '
' 1 Thfl Comptroller snij?estS tliatrriatib'n-
al banking- assocrntions wMch'g fntoi
Voluntary - liquidation ! be' !iVqnirecf "t6l
providevfof tbelr;6ntstandingc1rctilati'on
in lawf til money, arid take- up tneir bonds1
Witbrft'thre or!eix: rriontbs ;; irt;idefault'
of 'wbieb,:-the'.Comptroller tbaII! hare
power to' sell- their bonds by auction in
New York 'eityj and after payin io- the
treasoer tbt? amount of the outstanding1
cifcnlation of the bank in lawful fribney,
to pay' over any excess that may be re-
alized from tbe sale Ot'tbe bonds to the
as8oeiatioTi br its' legat -repreeeritati veS.
Banks that re 'winding up for th pur
pose of consolidating with"other banks,
or vfitb;it'vifew bf-reorganizlng1 t some
other and- more desirable '-points, should
be 'excepted from 'the librejdibg- require
ments.'. . l,t:o:i of. ,'iiuil 1 Jl.if
In 'regard - to 1 a 'central redeem!
'An'itbty-CoiiiptrAlIef'w
opinioTV'was expressed- in the lafst anriii-
al report fronv this office that it was' im
portant : that a tiy'stv5mti:tof 'redemptions'
for National Ban"k notes 'slKMild be-'es
tablished its 'early a practicable, by
means of which they should - be made;
convertible'into the lawful money of 'the
country, whether it be paper or gold, at
the principal center' of trade. . Without
repeating tbe argument then vmade,v the
conviction is againr expressed that only
by ngid, unfailing reilemptton at a cen
tral point, can tbe bank, currency of tbe;
country be kept at a nmtorm pan val
ue." .:.o-i'T i; "'.o i
Tbe Comptroller Speaks as follows in!
regard to' the1 periodical 'stringency in
New York city t 'Aj careful-' studyof
the bank statements of New York, taken
separately, and the" implication of the
facts so obtained to tbe aggregate Bta.e-i
men t-or abstract t : the 'whole, Aitords
valuable s and instructive information.
The-abstract shows tbe total of loans to
be: $163 634,000. An examination ef
tbe statements in detail -fihows- the char
acter of tbe loans to be substantially; as
follows : Commercial or business- pa
per, ao,UOUvuoo; aemanai-joanB, ia,
500,000; accommodation loans, $3,500,
000; suspended Joans, $1,500,000 total,
$L06,50Q,000, ,.iue sixteenths, or rath
er more than half the loan, is legitimate
business paper; the balance is upon call
er .for. accommodation,. ..The', amount
loaned on all for commercial purposes is
not stated, but trustworthy information
leads to the belief that it is very small
The customs and necessities of-trade are
of such a, character as, to preclude loans
of this kind.. .; :: . u; !.; -j. ;
;' . " In addition to '.this direct loan of
$70,000,000, they furnish ;'facilities : by
means of certified cheeks toi the ' same
class of operators to an amount ranging
from ; , $110,000,000 :. tq . ;' $12b;000,0Q0
daily. On the 5th ut Octobei tbe amount
was $112,800,000, and these checks are
made to swell the amount of individual
deposits. , They' are' credited to depos
itors as. mpney, ,apd. are circulated and
treated as money, by tbe banks and by
their customers.- , Yet, when ascertain
ing the amount of deposits upon which
they must bold .a reserve, or. upon which
tbey must pay taxes, the banks invaria
bly deduct all :such checks n" hand.
For. instance; on' the -firs" Monday of
October they reported ; Individual de
posits,.:' $224,170,000; . but deducting
checks bri hand, $112,800,000, they ;bad
actual deposits of $lll,370,000i 'Taking
the call loans and, the; certified, checks
together, the somewhat startling fact- is
developed "that the -New York , national
banks furnish .$70,000,000 df capitjdjand
$ 1 12,000,000 of ; credit for., speculation
The use of certified checks, is a direct in
flation to that extent, which stimulates the
stock market, and keeps, tbe price of" a
large . class of miscellaneous., securities
much above their actual value, so that the
market is feverish and fluctuating, and
a slight stringency reduces, the price,'.
V Taking advantage of. an active de
mand for money to move the crops, West
and South,, shrewd operators form their
combinations to df press the market b
'locking 'up' moneyi" withdrawing' a:
tbey can ': control ' or; borrow, from 'the
common fund.; money becomes' scarce,
the. rate of interest advances and t-tocks
decline. -The legitimate demand for
money continues, and fearful 6' trench
ing on their reserve, the banks' are strait
ened for', means..1 .They dar'ffndt call' in
their demand loans, for that would com
pel their: customers to sell securities on
a' falling market, which ' ybuld ' make
matters worse.' ' Habitually lending their
means to the utmost limit of' prudence,
and their credit much beyohd that, limit,
to brpkers"and. speculators,' they' are
powerless to afford relief. 'Their cus
tomers,, by the, force of circumstances,
become their masters. The banks can
not bold back' or wii bdraw from the di
lemma; in whicb, their mode of doing
business has placed them. Ihey must
carry the load to Rave their margins. "
"A - panic, whicb should greatly re
duce; the . price of securities, would oc
casion serious if not fatal, results to tbe
bauks most extensively, engaged in such
operations, and would produce a. feeling
of insecuiity which would be very dan
gerous to the entire- banking ' interests
of the country. The fact that a bank
ing interest with a capital and surplus
of $100,000,000 can be, and has been
repeatedly, placed at tbe mercy of a few
shrewd,. Uioiigbbold and unscruplous
men, is. evidence of some, inherent de
fect iii; its management, and the forego
ing statement may serve in some degree
to show where the error , lies: First, in
demand or call loans to brokers and
speculators on collateral , security, , by
which nearly one-half the active resour
ces of the banks are used directly to fos
ter and promote speculative operations;
secondly, certified checks or loans of
credit to the same class of men, where
by stocks are inflated and immense oper
ations are carried on daily upon fictitious
capital; third, the payment, of interest
ou bank balances,-which, being payable
on demand, must be loaned on call in
orderto avoid loss."... ., ..' i( ' r ' .
Under the bead of specie payments
the Comptroller say's :. . - .
"The subject of specie payments nat
urally comes up whenever the currency
question is discussed, and much ingenui
ty has been exercised in devising plans
for an early resumption.., The principal
obstacle to specie payments may be found
in the statement of the public , debt of
the United States for, the 1st of October,
iS68, under tbe head .of 'debt .bearing
no interest,' as follows l United States
notes, $356,021,073; fractional currency,
;w.Cft7iiU,PjE,fcnT
ing as money and designed to take theplaco
of gold-audTdver1 bytelng made a legal
ienaTd'iltideW,' Jrablid and private,
except duties on imports and intert'i
the' bbfi ded d eb c. Aa long vac-, ,he . peo-
jlev p cfr ; an ripferioj; jcurrency,, in,ferior
because irredeemable, and inconvertible
except at a b?avy discount, they will
lia've'ii tba'fentlre'elrisroti "-of Ihe
precious metals. -awol
Wbe'rievelf dwl pfxrrde'5cdrfoladeiiUiat
it is more economical to candle the bus
iness -f the .country oTrjBpecieiMbasis,
tbey can ordaiu specjepayjaents ,by
,jpaing jjroyiMon,.jtl)rj)iigfiJ thei.rrepre
sentatives in Congress ffoj;Ktb paynjgnt
tp withdrawal .pftbe' present aripre(A-
latecl paper Currency; Issuid'and kept in
circulation by the' Government ;'ahd
'whenever tbe1 people' wfeb to t ektorethe
credit of the nation, ' tbey can ; do-U
jthrottgb wtiieiri jepresentatiTe ;n flon
gress, by removingf4h9 ijTjy,eivjrrase
inent hat ,Btau,ds n the way, by direct
ing that provision sbalbjiiade jTor te
nay.nyjnt ot a .floatine..ndebtedness,
Amounting to $388Otp;0)04bb'bsiBting
of promises to pay 'i1iat''kre iie'e?:tal!llt
"and to esfablisb the fact that the- IMted
States is a solvent debtoty able and -will-
sing-.to fvsy? eveTy.lebt aa it , becomes ilue.
bpecie payments. and: tM: irestoi-atron fif
pubLicJcr,a.it,,ara,r6ilbJirV:tbe Fq?,cb. and
depend npoa jtba.-wilLpf the people, of
the United'States, " ,
' " The: report dloses?witb the Following
allusion to 'free''T)ankin "-' Wheritjver
Cohgress3 'sbsill'' ' inaugurate 1 taeaslres
looking-WtbeH atApreciatioli df f Ufiitad
; States netes to -a'-girldi standard, $hl ef
fect of .feuch xneasares' will probbJvfie
-ttidimiaisb'tha volume of such, notes, in
circulation .. -j To what, extent tbe'rednc-
, tion would have to be carried in birder to
place them permanently, on t a specie
basis would at present be mere inkttei'of
speculation. Doubtless a large amotrdt
might' be eafred", with profit tthsJb v-
riHnent'rrdbeneflt' to' th rablie,"srB
soon as the effect of such moasffre' bl-
-eomes apparent, by tbe gradual approach
. of legaLtendet.notes Aq a'par witlj gold.
Xne restrictions imposed upon , Jtb.e,i8up
of-circulating notes bv. national banks
. may. q sateiy. removed,, proviaea tne es
lauiiHiiment oi a central reai
.. redeeuung
agericy in. the ..city . of New York, at
which all' national bant nofes'TrVB 'r-
' de'emable at' par.'sliall beVedurred' by
law. i.ny inconvenience resulting rrorn
'a reduction of legal tenders majp thfil be
' remediebV. and' the'remedy will be rri'tbe
hands of the only competent jud'gB'of the
necessities -rif tbe ease', the business pub--
Iic' of the United estates. ". v. -; : ta
The War Department.
C r Secretary Scbofield, in bis anpua re
port, says thiStrengtb of ,thoj army' pn
September, 30 tb was 4S.0SI. which" by
January wilt be reduced 'ty1 Expiration
of term of sef uicc.aloile to 'about 43,000.
No "recruiting is In operation 'ex cepTor
,tbe cavalry service. All volunteer bffi
rcers',' except one, have been mnsterei out
vof tbe service', "i At the' snggestiorwHf
GeneraVSberman' aut3irity iwasigiTen
October 6th for the muster in of-One teg-
hnerrt d velunteer cavalry from. Kanpas.
-rwbose service is-nt. expected to,.,oxced
six mbntlw, for.' service-against f.be, In
dians. It may, the Secretary; says, be
.reasonably expected, that a, considerable
nreductiou;.of ; the..,'arniy Tnay( be, faade
-, within, tli next j;ear..,r He'j recomjnens
such reduction be authorized by law, to
be made gradually by ordinary casual
ties,' 'by ' discbarge1 of incompetent ' offi
'" cars, and by consolidatiori of regiments.
" '" The Secretary also Te'coniirienrls'' that
the, four regiments' 6f 'Veteran' EeserVes
''be disbanded, officers; unfit for service to
Lbe retired,' and ocfrers' to be transferred
1 to active regiments Vha iterm of en
listment ought to be increased to fivB
years. The disbursements! of. the pay
, department during th last fiscal year
amount to $G0 ,000,6001'. i Thet disburs,--ments
for reconstructiqn bave been
00,000 Bounty claims, tpjtbd extent
-of $25,000,000 have. beenpaidIt js
.lestimatedj that; $65,6S2,3&3 .85, wilj .be
squired for ; the Wr;iDepartmerit
.ftr;. the ' next ; fiscal ,,year j fThe-! .-estimated
deficience8 for the. current year
are, bowever, $13,975,000. . jn speaking
.of the Indian ..war.' Secretary ."jScbfield
' says it, is proved beyond djfure tbat,t
"was begun by'the.'Indians'withont any
"provocation whatever, "'.Its. object ii 'SBp
posed 'to be' the abandonment ' 'of ': tne
Smoky Hill route, "whicb are tKe ' best
hunting grounds' in' America,' and'e
Secretary endorses.. General1 'Shefmati'ta
jremedy tp segure;. peaa5--jpam,ely, Qj
cion. Tbe rest ot tbet war report is an
unimportant review of tbe military -idis-.tricts,
which has been anticipated , by tbe
publication of the reports of the district
; commanders
Report the Commissioner of Customs.
, C.T-.7 m .-':! ..-1 lu.- , .rij:-At ;l'"i
The Commissioner of, Customs, in bis
annual report, uses ,- tbe following; lan
guage : '!' The' great decadence of -our
-shipping- interest, especially: of pur ves
sels engaged i in : foreign trade,- within
four or. five years,, is a subject which, it
appears tome, deserves the immediate at
tention of Copgre68. The time wag, wben
much the largest portion of jbe carrying
trade of tbe world was confined to Amer
.ican bottoms and the, proportiqn of for
eign Tessele seen in our port, was smal.
Now, much, the largest, port ion, of mer
chandise imported ipto the UuitedStates,
at least frpm England snd Fxanoe comes
iu, foreign bottoms. j.With the prqverbval
energy, and enterprise of American pier
chauts this ought not tobe, and: vrquld
not be.uniess there was sorac cause for
it,LTliis, cause should be xeinpyetlby
Congress.',' u;:iI' ,; U. , .' nr.';. a W9. 10
Report of the Interior Department.
' o The Secretary of the. Interior,.i9 .tis
annual report, says that the quantity, of
public lauds undisposed of s 1,405,36G,T
678 acres. The amount, disposed
during . tbe last year, is .666,57450
acres.,. The. Secretfliy.;,dnvptes a good
portion of bis report to the Pacific rail
roads, and, on the jybole, speaks of tbunj
in excellent, terms.lit ,,. t ... . ,.,
" MICHAEL HALK.
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