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PI vEAlaiirM-3 bna ieaof d i.i' JTi
fj Aaotiaueer ana Dealer ia S0ti Eatat..Uniai
iLOttliE JU1EH, ".. .'..- .7
r ' riarbar and Hair llraireaV "TOot an? Vol
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iiockiliaiimtactaTara,
trintajaand;r'rbliahar41,i9.., .P.2TJ:: M
" ' " ' Opera RniHing..
si
144 Sonta Uiiitw etreet. J a t receired. in
alfraaaKaKraieoI.f Jaavlvras.alaal arioar. I
JLA le tbe outed bemsa frd Boot ang) gaeea
l low prices. Aew Stuck iu.-a received- ' "
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XtsUeWess i Pittsburgh and "Ohio Coal.' - ilso.
LeAlVfiiraw. 'i'Ua and Btoue.-sewer Ifrpe, nAn'
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'XiUMMIbSloiS eMEttOllAJNTS..
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e Commission, rtrwarding and ProduodMer1
all i Wi. ttealara ia unui, tKiart .,, II W. urvail
street. .ApAnrv.-t-ji??.'
..CORSETS,-
TO
ati.
Wi K A IJ. uLu a." sjtr.'.
X-'e , AtaAuiautureas aad aeaiara i Cnheh. Ger
aiaa tun jLuierau yeuaetat Alu,.uv kiru.
WJM.aavA,i,'t;l
W holesale aiid' Retail Dealer in Chios,
Quee.. aware, tilass, PiateUAtooiis, Lamps au.i La.up
AArea.l,. .ri ic i v u 44 iNuTvU uutuuiueeb.
Kji ntsaaonar' Aud Wboleule and -Retail UeaV
io. Vi'oelMryiusH.vUaaa. VuUrf. ruiMUiaku,
-..l t.. t. ssq- jjliuth Jrj,g street.
cew qo i 'TI-,'v'iTrL1ri.'V.-ir-
ett; Vi iIa-i J
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" -. ih h suit. Krnul !.
.HVinaM ae'theAe,. ; - - '
Cj., At ., OJBN TisU'.-Xee bet styWs
I., ui peutistry, aoiuuiug AtuiiaUi Lu.vtu.va
Kinctal Phti.e.'"UDliM. 10 ud II Upra blocs.
w siiJ.-y.:.'
n A.afcSa. . J
KJm Dealers iu Dry Guous', Notions Carpets, Oi
Cloths, Jsatiings. onades, -rlabi. Caps aud- r ur
eorner li.gu auu Frieuu sireeU.
1 "IV. OSiiiAPt Ac 'u
J . . - la South Hieb street.
areata Ai Atdsrf.ATU.Ciotiis.tnf Ji, tt le aa.
Favoy Dry Wood,,.. , Tc. . ...
As .eVam VVaaVaT a S - v : '"-i''' ""''
XXe.raS amsnaJwaad- Uaisii Dealers ia Hsaplsraaa-
faucy, pt Uvmos. sjud,uiuoiurr ot Lar,
Oloabl. ' '"7 -. . " ' , li3 a. tlig i s ree..
j i i.r t - 'r r bun .1 cif 1 . .1 : 'i
1 .ULj. l asi aa LtMMwS-aiUttw
XT F, araui A Co-.aasu dealers in Dry iGuodsaou
Abrf as, 160-outD rourtu street.
... Si, S Tilt
(J Mbulesala rn.uA bail O alar iu Drv ocda.
Itaughton liuildiaa, iNu.. lis aua lii south U gh
t,&.l. - . - .1 " . r
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ilJ Dealers m staple and Fancy Dry Goods anu
qasitm A taumiiig towttr, a.ii en hum
m i i i k' i ! p i 1 . w i 3.;. i
.iLLuuvsari bllAk 4s. vv.f .
JI ' Dealers id (Staple sad Fauey Dry O'l'odsT'
Aiaaysoaut stigllaLraat
A.
r ore. go and Dotaestie' ry :GoodsiTV(oth;
r ura, etc
iuu lil at uu lig atfireu
1YH fJpityGmsTS.-,7ifT3
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(J People's wfr aoWh Higft Bt.T Pre-
scripiiuus cafa.uu avsayuo-ueoi stall aoure.!
XJ --.. Jon B. fcxrOt. KTS, ' ' ' J 54 '
Drugtut ana Avotuaoary. it V , -.
i9 V iJf) Icigj j'i i faMNar-HlghsteeitVj
k 4 avaara.ak. Ac rso.
JtlwLdipALih. A sthVt'AUL. DKUGUISTS.
n yu ouutn uiah at., Comuibus.y.,
I AJ44jn. aMCVAisa. . J. -. , ,
X VV bolesawatid He.au iiruasUU,.and Dealer
CMUi.rj . . In. , i'ltl Monk i High street.
iiiN GRAY-E'liS
' Desiirtiers, tdxr.vera and Publishers. Kola
rial iMItAar seals Vugraved toerder. ' -'
1....- k oa..lolaudloatliilightreet..
'FURNITURE fitc. '
t.m iitiai.s aassair 414J.. - : ii'i'i
L Maaulaoturere aiul W harasale and CsHaileal.
ars ISA luuuure, Cuairs, iitrsee. e w. -Ao.
Ml south High St. luperk House).
i .Hia 4'ti.it.'r.iMKl:ll.: :v e.-il u.- .-! "Uu
kl . n II I..T nr-r . ..I tin aUaA a'urnitSira.. WholST'
sale awl AtetaM, Inatojoouis. ,t,,J.auil Uwni-t
block. . - ' '
HQIJSa (fUllSillNG:
ia ' r. AUiUa.auAi. Alu. i
rji Dealer, in Mantles.. Sum .n.i Hui Knx
nuhiBAouuSa Alio, liu. Cupper aud Sheet Irou.
W are. nn;"' miu .tfa.
a AAlUbslek- a"JAsX -
itX i UouM 'farnisbiug io SM, Mantles.1 Grates,
Cope. AID alio) OAeM iren. stoves aud Ataatle
a u.- w .wa .;. OWSU.tilaAjttee..,
Tut. 1'A k 1.UU ax assjl tv ' .m'T : j
A. Iiaa Mrs la Hard war, tioase Furnishing Good
siaikie ana blatcAtaauex, Urates, at. vee. Hot Air
HOOP SKIRTS.
Fj HEklt,
J alannfartnrer and Wbolerale Dealer in Hoop
Hkirts and Coraeta- Also, dealer in Berlin Zeoher
aad Kanev Oooda, lOJSoum Hicbttrr H.
s.
. AXI1.U,
Dealer in M(iicl
MorrhanrlU. Boot. Sta
tioner and Fancy Goods laiierally. Special Asent
f..r tba ealebratail Klias Howe Gold Medal Semnf
! Machine. No. 810 South Hin street, eor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
Kurf and Mran Goods S2M outh Uixn street.
Sin (inlden Hot.)
HOTELS.
MATIOML HOTI I,.
i.'l Opposite Depot.
J. M.
1A V IDSON'. Proprietor.
'tTTLr U HOTJoE,
Corner f ourth A Friend its.
Commodious
hone and extensive stables. -
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
INSXTRNCE.
COMNLCIICIir HOTCaL life,
nranee Company. Assets. Hb,' 00 000.
WM. JAH160K, Aeot, Ooluuibas, 0.
XTEWKIKK
11 ILiTC BEKGIiKi
ll Utb.KAA
IWauran
r
use.
-t H 1 i i ! j I 'Ml ,
A, I Sr
Co.nmbus. O.
pitai and Assets, iimfiUM.
W. CM. BAKER
HI.
Oman. Nos. 6 AT Opera Boas
MILLINERY GOODS.
CM . US ill .ft ,
. Wholesale and Retail li Umerr Goods.
141 rvHirt strretrbtVrk'iloase Block.
Al Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim
mi Dfrs. Ho- T Aorth Uiah street.
JM. WltKlf,
a Dealer in Millinery, rress and Cloak Trim
micas ud Fancy Goods. 130 South U ah street.
XX
SCHAIH4IINGH fc aOHLLEBG.
Merohant Tailors and l.ealen in Gents' For
nishing Goodsv
No 68 North High street.
c.
Mercbaot Tailor and Jlcalea in Gents Far-
nishinf Uood AhuravenirW the Biamonal Shirts.
121 Couth Hih street.
'I HBOHIO RIRKCH INTT4ILOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 S. High sr. Genu'
suits male to oruer.
was on "and.
Brady-made Olothing al-
TUHA '. UIOKKtHACHr.U,
tJLerehaat 'linit,aid Ateajer in mothinsjap
(jeDjLtjgiia)'il. fiaC. C. -i.-
ffo.Bl Worth Hih street.
JOHN MlInTKH,
MERCHANT TAIL01, M0 South High st.
Ch'dce stock of Clothing oonf Untl on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
Ar. D K fc. u ic trfj b,
ews Dealer.. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, nex door to Postotfice.
AV . News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Enx ish.
331 South Hichslre't.
Frint-
ing and Wrappii.it Papers, 83& 85 North tiign sc
N
Dealers in Priniina. Book. Writinff and Fine
Papers 36, 38i 40 Nor h nigb street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BALUUl. A: MtVU ,
PbltlmkJRAVailRS.
81 dou h High street.
J.
yt i li.ioti ,
PUOTuOKAPUbK. 107 South Dish street.
fictnres maae in every sty.e and siae.
DJ. AKVIIEM,
. . Photoxrapbs. Ambrotypes. Gems, etc. etc.
Mo. 230 Sontb H igh street.
!7TIO imYmGLlNa-WUO,I
E.
M. DOWNS JTK. I
ISo. 3 ODera Houde.
'I'reats Diseases of the
Lungs. A Uo, Diseases
bje Kar. Ueitri. Tttruat an i
wMen aii'l hi'-i-en
PIANOS.
f F. UAiHI AGO..
'3 m W holesale and Ketail dealers
for Lighte &
Cu.'s and Maine- A tt. u.'s Pia..os. Also, Organs,
Jlelodeons and other musical instruments.
36 North Uigu . treet.
r : Wimi
a9Aat feoXlkksKrlsgaai. mrae!n'i
tnos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet u-io.
r(f, vt. o t .i bonU Hjga atreto;
" "RESTAURiLNT.t01
I1AAK
KXCHANOK RlSSIACJKAfvX,
D Corner state and hiah strets.
CU.iRLbY 4i V LR, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
. I
E'i U
ItlV.Nw IHACHIHEs,
rV The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House.
.W. FiMMb'l...teDerat Agent-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Is i. uU f sa 4c J.
AVe Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks,
Jewelry.
Plated Ware,
Spectacles, Ac,
So. 11 La.t Town
street.
1 lAl'lS A HAHKiauiU.I,
vj (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch B, Jewelry, silvet Ware aud Dpec
taoles. Wns rletsrar TI fl
F.
Wholesale an-i Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelr-. N?. '1 South High street.-
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
B
A rJ .!:' ssHUs. Ac CU.i
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwone rj.iick. town street.
Rtsssritjrivsasa w .rw x wt. .a- w
vlanufaoturers aud W holesale Dealers in B. ots
nd Sboes-U'Boi.I-Srvy.Ba Blbck.'l'awa St.
fi Manatmoturers eod Ue&lem in Writinff.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HLHC8V GIVEN TO
all whom it mar eonoern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, ao Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent banking - -oinpany at the city ol Cleveland,
Obio.uuder an act of the General Assembly of the
said rttaie ol unio, entitled ah Act to incorporate
be 4taa oaoK eivoaiwuii otner reinc tieurr
anW'ioaasedVAruare S4to. 1H4S. baiaa dastaaaai.
jl relinquishing and closiug its Banking busioesi..
to it At end has in puns cm ol tne statutes ol tne
aid .tate of vhio iu such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
..nuiDni of it eireulatinn notes, and aelivered the
same to the 1 reasnrer ut State of the said state A
4hio to be destroi-ed. and bate provided means and
.given security to the satisfaction of tne Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r oi state oi said state ol
'Ohio in thm redeinDtion i.f its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of-vfeesau,-at the said Bit ef tXevalaod, whtpe
Ciiy Bank is located.
Done by onus Liuertioara u yireotors oi tne
Citr Uank araeve1anf. J ulr V8. .
i.fitsiur.1. rt ivjk.t.i'resijcnw
jyll-dltaw6m
! The Sisters of St. Mary's,
D' F THE IS f KINGS', KECENTH OF
Somerset, PeiTrTOntyT-wtrl open their laige
and spacious building for the reciptiun of pupils on
the first Mooday iu September, 18t8. For board and
1 oition. 476, tuu, 86 aud C90, acoordiog to tne de
partment ul the p ipit. brt, UOoK, Sup't.
j Address Box 151. au3-dtf
JOSEPH f-H.- 'GrEIGrER
i Attorney tic
PARSON'S BUILDING,
j aunlo-eocsin COS. TOWh.k B1QB ST
i S. S. PINNEY'S
JAANCLNO ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
i NAUCHTOMHALtt.iO
' rvt.es,aturtrsy afternoon, ronr- -to a-
p M Gentlemen a evening claag at AMBOs
HALL. 13d in.t,, at 8 o'clock P. M. ootU
i FOR HALE.
PAIR OF "JOE G0DWIN"C0LTS, FITE
. wf.r' nid. verv handsome, kind and
A
- uy?.'.. tV.ri t i l ;i i "
inl
ni.i wui a ausa auw. r - '
augM-dtf
RICHARD NEVLNS.
-said
DRYGtfdDS.
.titioui vnoii lis':
,1V. E W
.ei . ... f '-. -t.ii:.rp ,4ili.
-ev t-a'al A
PAIiLntAlTDxiWINTUR
TUO ot t
If
!SH
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TBI.
Jlli-tljit.
i .2QOOO Y AGUCH
EXrRAORDINiEI-JNDUCEMENTS
NAUGHTON'S!
Paxcaasen of Dry Good) ire cordially inrited .to
call and examine the
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS
EVERYTHING ...
....CHEAP!
....CHEAP
....CHE API
TSHTTwiifcoaU r;t: -,i
JAMES NAUGHTON,
: M . ii-s.l ii-a
118 ek 128 Sontb niKhjStreet,,
norU-dly-aprlT ..ffiUfiljS.itlJO.
;.t :j'J !!a ni ft':'". a'"l
:s 'rsisilt !-- ViiaJ
SENVING LAjCHINES.;i
DEWING
In.. .no previous year has there
been such strong competition among
all tth$ pleading Sewing Machine
MtMufactuvera of ' this 'country emd
Europe as the preterit. At all the
j piincipai I'Mxhibitions and -Fair
' tti! inei and contested for the Pre
mium on YamUy Sewing Machines,
and ther'esult 'teas unanimously in
favor ' of the Florence Reversible
Feed Loch-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine, 'It received the' First and
ittghest Prize as the best FamiZg
Sowing Machine at the following
. lixhtbUions, viz: -EacposUion T7ni
verselle Faris j American Institute
Fair, New ' York New England
Agricultural . Fair t at Providence,
; H. I.; "the New Tork State Fair, at
Buffalo ; the ', Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.: that ' of the
Mechanic?? Association at Lowell,
j Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute at Baltimore.
' uihicli fldsed a "four-weeks. Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority' of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed-by the Committee
om Sewing Machines, , tvho unani
mously awarded , it the , " O OLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers? ,' i , ' : : , ,',
"i J-V.. '1 l : '-!. -('
It -would aeam aa If mhia aneeaaaion of tri
umphs should be suffloient to conwinoa every
ixriprejti diced person tftner great smpcrior.
it? of tba FLOEENCB orer all others as
Ttmilj Sewing Mecttina.
A written, warranty, ia given to the pmv
chaser, that the Machine WILL SO ALL
that la claimed for it; and should it fail, it
win be taken- back, 'and the MOHET BE-
f DMDKD.';,, - ... ; - -
' Principal Ogle and Balearotut, JTo. SS West
MmrtA Street, Cincinnati, O. - , r -
' - "
XX. SScCONNELXi. Qaneral Araat,
. c. -TsVrJEHrt.. -cl
At the Ohio State fair, which dosed at Toledo.
Septff brr 2SH.. 18. the FLORENCK received
the FIRST- P&SMIUXtoT the best Family Sewing
Machine over seven co-npetitora. . j
Mend for a eiroolar. or call and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms. '
31 Eiaat Stale Colnmhun, Obio.
W. S. BS0WN, Agent.
1WA11 kinds if stitobing lre ia nrdsf, and
atiafaeiion guarmatrei. oetS-d2mtt"r -
..CLOTHING.
1" CX-rOTHlW3t,
CUSTOM ' AND ftEADY-MADE !
..ii.r-. - ' ......!. 1
a,! u.zfV - THK OHIO :'. ii ---
MercIiantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
rfr--, -..:a. t(. 11 - Colombaa, Ohio."
AUTiPFHnPtKW STOCK f CLOTH).
Cassimeres. Overcoating and Ventinzs. both
Foreign and Domestic, for Fall and Winter wear.t
-VUUllillliJUUL. Wt - .
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in Ihe height of the mods. We a all stare
no pains in erodttcin the most elegant and- fash
ionable garments, to be Jound anywheie.';
RT! A nV-M ATTTT nT.nTTTTTTfr.
Of which a great part ismaaufsdtureSriy'o'urselves,
In the latest and most lasnionaoie styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the seasonat very low prices. '. ' .
! GE NTsiFUENISHING- GOODS !'
In full lines, alwats kept on hand. . -
1 - . : ; HENKV MKISc.Soperlntendent. '
! ' ' ' ,. ' JOHN RICH Treasurer. , .
1 ' G. PcRKS. Foreman.1- "J u r.
! oct23-deodSa .. ..
FALL-
AND-WINTER-GOODS.
-it l -H a aaaal i .tf
! : HUNTER'S
-w- , -mrm- m -w a -nj !-.
vivi i :i -trait
XJ-TJ 1 i V KJ
I. ,Hfi II
nothing Emporium,
No; 220 South High St., ;
j COLIIMHIS, OHIO.
L: HAVE JUST RECEIVED THF.
larcest aad finest stock . of Fall and Winter
loodi ever brought totals city, consisting of
Frenohj . ; "'Hi -! r.ui -1 ..
! Ans-litsli' and
Domestio ClotH,
j . Cat BimereAt &s.,
for Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
; Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
stock of
, READY MADE CLOTHING.
i . - ; . JOHN HUNTER,
j ju3nily 1 . : SO South Hiah street.
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MEDICAL.
M'i ;
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'-it! to n r.r.uTi
Tbeeonfirmsd rlypertiooAaraltnoTOy with BtJ
refear.- I die daily,' roe ooieot -,ot tnis article is
not .to remind hii rr ip
V LIJ....I .l.k .k n '1
tmind hii nr 1X bis pangs Jut to show
i in anwmunia'iiiniB
forever. ; The desnpi
of itD mediate aad yermanenl reliali ar prollered
him .)-:jot l.iit.oii l! uJ Vlt.li lfill Jl .:i'r!
HI.
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ERMAN -rBHTERSr!
nil 1 ftnf;ifi- 3.: ifl fio1-. sii- i.'.
An. it is.forrrlm.tb.satintber heHwllIi-onntlnue
to endure a livina deatb.or to But nimaelf In
sit ion to render life eojoyable. '
I. to tifiniiV: i t o : i:- ! 9'TSl liVi
LIVING, ADVEKTISEMlsisrTS
. -);:.allrij
iOf the efficacy of .tbit jnatoWess egtable stom
achic are to be lound in every city and town in the
United. -Htatesft-bealtby men and women raseaed
fioiu, torture, by use.and eager to. bear
testimonv to its vir. ' vL. tuea. It differs from
any nther Bitters in existence, in this special par-
ueaiar.Hi-aKiT. aieonotie.-. . . " ' -
Fnrsvch oontitu'ions and systemsae requite for
their lav.joratioaa auiuiive sumaian ,,i ),.,,, ... i
.HOOPLAND'S ? n
ln.-i
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CERIVIAHr:XONICI
Has been provided a preparation in which tfie sol
id extracts q the nnest restorotives ot toe vegeta
ble kinadom are held ia solution bv a. srjfritnnua
agent; purged of ' all deleterious constituents. The
Satieot. in choosing Between those two ireat anti
otes. should be guide' bf his eeneomdition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ion: but in cases where the emers-enev is
not so pressing-; taeitrtters is the sp ecifle required.
Thousand find infin- aA ite benefit from tak
ing' each iu turn. ' There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness nervous aisease or pnjsi
c&l prostration to which they are not adapted.. and
IU WU1UU, SlUa'X UK VW1UU1U9U, IU.J Kill UU. HU.UII.
.n... . - ft !j. . . : ' '-.'
a Siil iiw Jttl'.'I'i-i. X.- Jl 11 c. it i-it n ailtiT
Ecliange Pain for' EaSe
IO ' r ilrl-W ; iJ.I V ; 1-wllJi ' '..i"'
AnS Weakness for Rtrrnsth. 'Get rid of tWatl
ments which interfere with enjoyment: east clooni
ar.d decpondeney tothe winds) take a stroogei hold
oi ljUe aoa.iusaort. oeooiaea .. ., ,
Isiitii.'.: urtT -il no jin. : -in!-!-L.i.s
uiw NEWSMAN"'
.; i-i !". f.t . J'.'.
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular ot au vegetable tnvtgoraats and oax
rectivea - J - ' T
......i in- ii: r ' "i v .si l.
nOOFLISD'Sv GERMAN , BITTERS
".I!. -n fill : 1'. . " . -..!.lltv" !. -! U. .1.1
Billousnes. Indieesticm. General Debility, and
all the complaints wbiefa proceed f torn, a want of
proper action in the liver, tne stomach and the
bowels; are eradicated by a course of this great t
: CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC
Which not only combat! and" conquers disease! Ihai
have entrenched themselves' in tte sstera, but
is the best known safesuard against all unhealthy
tnuuences. rersons wnnne occupations ana:pur
suits suoiect them to the denresnins en-eots of i
elose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take itret
alarlyas aproteotioa against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders,. Inva
lids who are
" ft t nrntl ( ! I - I
0-r ., WASTING AWAY,!
Witnout any special oorjjjiiot. exceot a gradual
declination ol bodily Btrrnnth anil nervous eneru-y
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountain rJ
vitality and vigor, as refreshing and exlt-
erating as a pool in the desert to the land-sooroued
.nl l.lnlln. iM.alwi
t'!-.i,
I-I
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS;
Is eotnpese i of the pore luiees (r, 'a they are me
dicinally termed, bxtraots). of R xits. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely tree from Aicoholio admixture of any
kind.; :.: .0 -; : . f y
; ecoopland's
3l .!',. '-mi -i'I 'i-i :l I Ii f'.li;.
GERM AW TONIC
;'i I. I I.I IU-: ' .
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit.
ters.witntne purest quality 01 anta urus Kum.
Orange, etc, making one o' the must pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever uttered to the public if
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
rjlaint. Jaundice. Dvs- I neosiA. ' Chronic 01
Nervous Debility, las l!hronfev Diseases
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a.disor-
aereaiiiyerorsujm.cn. - v .,- ..... ,
- - i- such 1 " -' '
.-.;-t-.-fl as Consti- i r-.H !: ..u 1
,,. . ; . pat'on. Inward m. t t!'
Piles. Fullness of, . 1,,, . ,
" Blood to the- Hear!,
Acidity of the Stomaoh.
liau.ea. Heartburn, .Disgust
for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
V. Stomach, sosaci eructations. Sinking
- 'wimmine of the' Head. -Hurried and uifficnit
Kreathina. Flutterina- at tha Heart. Chekinr off
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
iiimness 01 vision. I'ois or r eos oeiore ine
Sight. Fever anci Dull fain la the Head,
. Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
--: of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
7 ' 1 Hide, Back, Cheat, Limbs, eto.i; -if.
, uu.i.u a iuomoo. ui uw.1,
Uuming in the Flesh.
' Constant 1m agin-
.1 ingsuf Evil, and. 1
. Great Depres- .
. sine of
They are the Greatest and Best!
11LOOD XUXtlXXEXJS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resultins
from bad Blood. Keen our Blood pure. Keeo
your Liver in oider. - f Keep your digestive
orcans in a sound. A healthy eondition. by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever,
asaail JUU. . .
Weak ,;and .'Delicate 'Children
Are made strorg by the nse of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without fail
Thousands r.f certificates have accumolated in
the banas of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publioatii n of but a few; - 1 bose, it will be
observed, are nrn of note and ofisuoh standing that
they must be believed.
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
,"f,bP PEWSVaVTAIWA '.'
' SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES. ;
Who would ask lor1 dignified or stronger tes
r; , i . . . f . timony t
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,1
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennayl
vania, wiitasrj."- . '- - - ... -
rHILADBLrHTA, MarcH IS, 1867.
1 find "Hoofland's German Bitters" i. a good ton
ic u etui in diseases (tj . ot tbe digestive or
gans, and of great ben- la efit. in cases of. debllr
ity and wantnf nervous ac'inn in the sys'em-
lours truly, .lulu, w, wuuuwattu,.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
.'; - ' i Philadelphia. April 88, 1868.
1 consider "Hoofland. German Bitters" a value-
ble medicine in eises of attacks of Indigestion or
l.8PeDaia. Lean certify this trum my experience
of it. Yours, with respect, .
.JAJdltS XHUJIPSOIM.
HON. J AS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rotbonotary of the Supreme Conrt of Pennsylvs
nia, writes: . -.
' PBILADELrBTA, Sert. 14,1887.
' "Hoofland' Germai Bitters" is a very useful ar
liole as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i not an in
toxi atibg drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of ad age. Re pectfully yours.
1 I
OAUTION1.
: Hoofland's German Remedies are eonnterfeited.
See th.t the signature W ot C. M. JACK-SON
is on tne wrapper of 1 each bottle. All oth
ers sreconnterfeit.
ri'ircipal Umoeam manmactnrr st tneuerman
Pi'incinal Office aiM Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, ri 0,631 ARCH STREET, Phiia-
ueipuia, xa.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
j - y Formerly C. ii. JACKSON A CO.
PRICES.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.
..i oo
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosen. ..... ... 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a bait ooien iori du.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine. , . . ,
FOB SALE j3T ALL ' DRUGGISTS
: ' ' And Dealers in Medioihes everywhere.
y-dw4i edwl ., - , , ..L,:
: "i
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I rrr
Report of the Department of Agriculture.
! ' "' ;.. rlCKltsare. - ' ' '
'From' advanca ebeieta' of .tlicr Annual
turi, now in press -(but '1106' i&f 'for
iiIistribTitj6rt''befoifp1' Japii:ary).J(thr)J,s'ij?-1
arM A'dvertUer: gives BomoiigurBain rsftip
jejueuQ tlie productions of the. Boil for the
Vear 'nAinetLi i: Tlie folio wine shows' trie
jtotal yield, average 'and tnbiiy ' value of
tne crops nariiea toi ail' the states in tu
nnHtM'&tiltilni- .-"i;u-rnoi:.k
,,n ' . -n Total yieid. Aerager, ,yalo..
Indian corn (bo) 788,320,000 33.620,9 610,818.390
Wheat Jli.441 400 lH,3ai.l)l 421,706 400
Rye a3.ll'.WI-,8W).lT5 3i.4'9.7W
Oats. JS.TZf. 78.6S.tMr 10,7,S1 " ;Til,47i,70
rtarler.-...,;.-r. S.Ti7.0llO-l.r3l.?lT", 'S2 (50 130
Buckwheat Sl.i60-l.S7.82fJ V3.469.650
PoU'oes 97.3.000 l,l las 89.278 KI8
TobCO(lbs)..i.B13.7M.eeOs'-!H,8S3 41,283,431
iHar-IAonsVr 2K.277JIO0 20.020.554 S7l,8t-4.67ll
Cotton (baits...'.' 3,45U,0OU 8,000,000 540,000,000
11 it 1 i V-.i.li .. 1 'I 1 '.
1 r tt .m -1 'tt-.j----.1 ,"V"..'.wi,w,o
The follow in g shows! the average yield
Oats..J...:....-..26 I Uar .iana) :..ii.j.i.. a Bl-
Bar!ey.'..V:..-, ......SA. l UvlXou 0al-.-.T :-
The. average home valiper acre au
theJ whole -oountiry were as follows i' '
IridtHa eorniv'.ii.ais 7S f BbmlrWbeat il ,!j.i.'l ft
Wheat.ii,..i-..i l$4Hil Hotatoes..-Ji.i....l 7 M
E.ve.,.. ....... .',..19 00 Tobaceoi..rr... 82 4
,niw-v SI RV."TJ"f""ri'
". Tbe nnmbdr, ailffrep-ate value'aqd ,ayr
eragi value, pr. baa, - of Jiv.a, stecjc: ia
u. united btatesv were as lollowB r-i
loq.a-.l S.MllaVjf.-W. Value." AVJ Vail
Hones Ul.tti.l,:) O,75'j.S40: ai32,6S6 JQ8-. T5 1
Mules ....;i5.i.ii', os,es .ee.ais.iee -S7 si
Oxen and ether cattlel.4S.4x4 2.9.HL99 f&M
Milch oo 8,691.W)8 319.iWl.l5i 36 78
Sheep (all ?es)..-. DI l -8.4ir7.KO y SO
HogiaUages).....4n.8 1110,196,589 i:4li
rhyiterigeB! in', -New YiHk? wete 1;
Horses;; $91 1 '.miiles'," . 589.64 V?en ,jthi
other cattle, $0,27 j milch CQws,Si2J&4 i
sheep, S3.33 hogs, $8.78.HnIiv.iPtrnni
sylvaniai ''" Hbfses,' $9.39 p','innre8.
$105.81 :;' ' irhc'ea and' otVer caJ'e,' $3139
milcb.cowB. 44.94; sheep; $3.04. hnge.
$70: New iJersey iB thfv-only. State
where Korees average'' 'ovet $100,' except
in Wisconsin, wber6 the average reaches
10?,96 y also, in niu)ee,:Florida coming
next, at S10S.S9, arid Feiineylvauia
i $108.81. .i fVW ttAV
per acre tor the whole cofitfy j 1 r""t
Indian corn (buV.,,,. 53 f Buckwheat. ...1..; t'
Wheat.;.-.:-".-."''!' BtPirtatoea.T'.n'gi-
Report of the Secretary of the
Navy.
--The report of th4 Hon. Gideon Welles;
Secretary of the NaYy,"'give8 the follow
iner ' facts' and fie-ures with reference to
the present eondition; of that branch of
the tmUtary' service s' :-' v
" Tbe numberof Vessels in sqna'dron
service as crfKeTS,?si6r'ships'and retnrn
inff. 'is '42,' carina: 411 euns, a rednc.
lioii 'during 'Hie year' of 14 vessels,, car
I rying 9u guus.(I,Xi)e number ot vessels
or an aescriDtions in use as cruisers.
, stores!) ipsj receiving sliiris. tugs and tjie
like is oiu carrying b9i- gnns, a renuc'
' tipri frorii last'ar.of 82 'vessels, carjy
i 205 guns,' ,;Tb,t tp;t4natBber ofvesseh
: borne upon the navy list is : 206, carry
ing 1,743 gons, a reduction dnring the
'Tvarbf SSVessels. carrVinf? 126; enns.
The following figures exbibit tbe present
' employment. ana condition of the naval
force t .i-. L-ii iJ ii ,.!.! - n'-i't tK 10 .--
i " Cruisinir vessels in sauadrdn' ser
j vie?, 35,:'356 gnrhye'SselsTefntrfirig from
'squadron, 3, f 24', guns4; storesbips ,for
; sqpadrons'j' 4,', 3 T guns; special and; lake
: servic,e, 3, 9; guns; , apprentice , ship,
ill guns; practice vessels, and in use
the Javal Academy, '10, 115 guns; re
jceiying; feliips. ,6, 92 guns quarters for
i officers, League Island , and Marine Bar
racks, Norfolk, 2,27 guns; fugs tit navy
'yarri. and stations, - powder1 boats, tve
'17 18 guns; total in use, 8 693 'gun's
; Ironclad vessels laid up,' 4tr 107 guns:
iropclad .vessels not completed, 5, IS
'gu'ns;stearri sloops not completed, 15, 252
guris; line-oi-uattle ships not completed,
SO. guns, other vessels laid , up, re
'pairing, fitting for sea, and for sale, 57
.592 : guns,- total number of vessels of
all, descriptions" in . use, builduig, re
pairing, fitting for sea. 20G, 1,743 guns.
The Vessels of the navy are "classified
as follows: Vessels of the. first rate 'of
2,400 tons' and upward, .35, . GG2 guns;
vessels of the second rate, of 1,200 to
2.400 tonB, 37, 483 guns; vessels of th
third rate, of COO to 1.200 tons, 76, 41
guns; vessels" of the fourth frrate, under
600 tons, 38,;lS4 gunsj total, 200 ves
sels. 1,743 guns." Tbe following indi
cates tbe character of the vessels-: Iron
clad vessels 52, 129 euns; screw steam-
era 95, 938 guns; padole wheels 28, 199
guns; sailing vessels 31, 477 guns, lo
tal 206 vessels, 1,743 guns.
i ': . . . .. -
I I be. report contains a detailed ac
count . of Admiral b arragut s , tour
through Europe, and also- furnishes
list ot the vessels and omcers on tbe va
rious1 stations at borne and abroad.'
Report of the Postmaster General.
i Postmaster General Randall's report
is unusually lull and exceedingly inter
esting. -'Alter setting tortb the detail
of the increased mail service, and th
various- improvements 'and reforms es
tablisbed within the past two, years,
which full statistics are given, he closes
in the following pungent manner
The increase'of 'theelpenses of the
postal service, based as it is upon publi;
necessity and public demand, instead of
being cause oi discoyragement, is a sub
ject of congratulation.: 4-he restoration
pf so large a part of tbe postal service
suspended dnring tbe war, and the new
service' created by Congress since tbe
close of tbe war, equal to one-third of
the amount, of service in operation at
that time, have produced a less deficiency
than existed in time of peace and pros
perity previous to I860. , The proportion
of deficiency to revenue is tar less now
than then, notwithstanding the service Is
very much greater than eyer before. . In
1859 tbe Bum of Ihe deficiency was bnly
$1,000,000 less than the entire revenue;
in I860 the sum of the deficiency was
about $3,500,000 less than the entire
revenue; for the year 1SG8 tbe deficien
cy is $10,000,000 less than the entire
revenue.. The majority ot the Southern
States have never paid their own., ex
pensea for ' postal service. They will
not do bo for a long time to come. With
the exception of Iowa and Missouri,
none of the States or Territories west
rif tri AfiRfiiKsinni rivpr have ever nairl
I. !' . : i -r
Ii a revenue equal to their postal expenses.
The cost of transportation of mails in
all new States and Territories,, and in
all sparsely populated portions of the
country, never has been paid by those
States or Territories out of their own
revenues. - It is only as population and
business : increase, and the country is
developed, that the postal service can
be self-sustaining. The idea that the
Postoffice Department can - be self-sustaining
in the present condition of the
country , is absurd. It cannot be.and onght
not to be, for fifty years to come: The
.' revenues will largely increaseand bo
. ,..-.u;,i- ..: -,-u ii-j. ii -.11 ,1
will expenditures. t.,Teo y?are beoce; Id
fcstimateilbli,b) . expenseapc jtij Jf oaLptkce ,
pepartqnent S4P,000,(K)0. andtbe rev
biKifs,,at(!0,OtOOO,frjijsjjri rnust ge op as, lonj aa thieoHHtry. prosi
pexs, and nineral, agrijfultural. apdcorfl
merwalj.bsipessnfcreases. nTliej raine
pure flfltyt all developed, the lands arnot
all.fultivatefjr t,Jie rjvfrs; Arjnp6 aU nay.
lp-ated.the railroads, ajre jot all. surveyed,;
!t&a.iUitt.arw. rMi.IL,!jWlt,rUii sea iuta
not given us all wa liaya a,nsrUt tq exact.
O.ur cwptrj is uotfiaisbpdT.ilJitilit..is
nisheu. bei;is nqt a wise ?or sagacioua
man jvbo asstiinee. that the postal service
jwil pay, or jtstlff(, Xha f p6tof5eei Dg.
partmeptj cap ,be . rnader sjtstaviing
in' 'jbrw'.'i way,v and;, that iy, s'fimv
off the: postal ,,8CTvice,.in..the -State
land ..Territories ..wkere i,,the't Jeceipts
fort1 postages arej npt, equal J..,;the
expenses,,,, Xnis, . would... ;excluue .all
but Iowa aii Jlissouri .'virestjpf, tbe, Uis
sissippi, and all the States p-yerbofne) by
tbe rebellipn. , Jt , could Jurt.ber ,,econi
ornize by; withdrawing aljj-j,id,,from
the China, Brazil and, SaBdwicU Islands
sieamsnip iipes, ,tmia;. saving so.vujj.
rl'-'J 11 v iftrVe- unit ll' it 'i;l'. '
In' could, save OS.PQdby,, pljp.lbing
tbe'letter carrier system far the. cities.
t, could also' economist tp rnltof
oyer STpOOOQ by. oyerturniyg tbe syE
tera of .postal, ca.r,Sv. ,;Jt . is true hat, m
trie puonc eiimauon, tne eyer .carriers
for cities arethpugbt.o i,bpaljjost.: iar
dispensable, but the system costs money
ana uriugs smaii revenue, .it iu auxiis-
bursemen,, and, ,np(, receipt, " Wnat if
irorn iweiye.. tqxYenty-ipur fUours .are
saved in the transmission ' of1, mails , ber
tween ,Wasuing)n. and., Uinpnnatu or
ot. iiouis, or , (Jlncago, , , and , the
.t.l . ' -'-"WlLl.' '' J jf 1 XT. it 1
wuuio , ii.em. anu . . xiortuweat. u-
these" travelling postofficesi'. 'wbicl
put. off j and' 'J receive .'( mails? .'vvbile
traveling n't thirty miles ani''liour1'"ana
wiiicu receivn iiiniib, rrjHKe op mans,
and dlst'rbute!'mairs as they go hurry-
irig along 1 ' It." .costs'.' money', and the
Government,' liki'W. nMseff 'cari .keep'' its
rnbney iri its chest' 'gives 'no' return
ftnd" blips nobody ."bxit'is safely hoarded
A halting, timid,- llliDetar policy like
this ' will save" one ' million 'and lose
tweWy.TSvWy 'dollar pnt out by the
GoverntnetilUn subsidies to build rail
rdads,"ih subsidies to aid ocean"1 com-
tneree.'-iii libSral appropriations to open
lines of tt-Avel and develqp'Thaterial re
sonf-ces in a nation like this,' is" monvy
put out at exbrbitant usury, and will
bring 'fetrtrnB in the development of fnai
te'rial wealth? and in making the nation
great and rich and strPng in everything
ot value and interest to a great people
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
Citt Cleri's Ofpicb.I
COLTTHBU8. O.. Oct. 28. 1868. I
- Notice is hereby given, that proeeedintsbave men
Instituted in toe uity Uouuoitoi uolumbaMut mak
ing the following improvements.to-wit:
, fnr grsding tboi.orh halt oi Perry "street from
High street to tne corporation line.
Also, for gssding and paving the") gutters' an
grading, anl graveling the roadway . and 'side
walks on Mound street from Washington avenne
tothe east line oi lot No. 16, .
Also, for a double row fUg stone pavement across
Mound street upon the west sie of High street.
T be same -to be done i a accordance witfarplats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, ana niea in ut omce or ueinty uierg..
All Demons claimins damases.nn account, of sai.
proposed' improvements, are tequired to' file their
claims in the office of tbvJlerk, in writing, oner
befoio-tae Filteeatk day .,:. Deoetnoer.. A-i
t . .iiio 112. WILSON,
Q0t39--dltaw4w i City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
lo ail whom it nuiv concern: .
. ,.;,, . :l ,i ClTV CLERK'S OFFICE, p
, ., .- . . Coll-mbi-8. O..- Nov. 1808.
Notice is hereby given that proceedings bave been
instituted ie the-City CoudoiI of . Colombus, for
making tho following improvements, to wit - .
For laying a double row flag stone crossing across
Center a Hey on tbe north side of Long street. -
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
aerost South Publio lane at the west side oi High
street, , ., :.. . , ...
Also, for kuilding a double row fl'g cros-ing
across Sontb street at the west aide of H gh street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats aud
estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office of theLCity Clerk. - ,
All persons claiming damages on accouct or said
proped improvements, are sequired: to file- theit
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the 't wenty-fifth oay of December-,' A. D.
... Ui .. - Sfi-l fii.?! J.
Jj. C. VV IIjBU.1,
nrrvls-dltsw4ir iiiiirn -iCityClerk.
Paving Notice.
i,lllfllil.'iFw... ; .
i-iTV im M)ri nffvH'v 1
Coluhbcb. U.. Nov.1. ICflH.l.i
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in tne Uity council' ot uoiumoiM, 101
tna.kinir the fnllnwinffimDrovauiCntJI. to wit:
: For gr ding-and paving the ui paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of .Washing,
ton avenue from the north side of Hatten Place to
tbe south side of Gay street. ' ..-...
-Also, for waving High stre't frim, Perry street
ot the corporation line. -
Also, for grading and paving with bonlders the
r adway ot rublio alley trom r inn street to oixtn
street. '
, 'I he same to be done in accordance with the plat
end estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
rineer. and filed in the oflioe of the Citv Clerk. -::
All Dersons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements are tequired to file their
claims in the effioe of tbe Clerk, in writing, on or
before tbe r irst day ot January, A. 11. ife6 . ,
- --. L.E.WILSON."
jiovIS dlUwiw .; City Clerk
Paving Notice.
of
To all whom it may Concern :
I iwru Concern : ' '
CITY CLKRK'S OFFTCbT.'-
JUT UlifiBa.'S U1UE.'
Jii.rnBt7s. Ni v. 2.1. 1868.1
1 Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in toe City Council of Coiumbtu, for
oaaaing the totlowirg improvements. 10-wit :
. For grading and paving tbe unpaved sidewalks.
gutters and crosMngs on tne west siae oi tne:Va
nantfrunnd west ot the market bouse, and for pa
ving the balance of said vacfiht ground with Nic 1
son pavement 'ram Yawn stteet to It i civ street., , r
Also, tor laying a double row of flag crossing
acre's Center alley on tba south side of spring
also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
Center alley at tne sontn si se ot iengstreeu
The same to be done in accordance with, plat and
estimates to be prepared ty tne lty iavu fcngi-
n.r an,l Kliul in tha offuv. of the CitV Clerk.
' All persons claiming damages on account of raid
proposea improvements, are required to Die Uteu
claims in tne omce or. tne iera, iu nnuu.. nu oi
oefore the Eighth day of Jam-ary. A. f.- ln.
. . , i L. E. WILSON
nov!S-dltaw4w City Clerk
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes therein name'
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of tne ciiy of Columbus, That there lie and is
hereby appropriated out of any monev in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriattd, tbe following turns
of raoner, to-wit: ; ,
For the payment of expenses ot Street Commis
sioner and Chain Gang, l,notl.
For tbe parment of employes of the Fire De-
. a, uim
For the payment of expenses' of City Police. 1.-
450. j .- . ' ; ;..;'.-.-i. , v , ;
For tha payment of salaries pf City 0 oers.
gAoo -
For expenses of. City Park, $1,800. -. , ' .
For ihe payment of cleaning and repairing street
ia-np.109. i - :
For Gas and Gas Lights, BI00.
For payment if Nicolson lavement in front ol
South Engine Unnae. tox . '- i-
For Sewera and Drainage, 300. - .,
For payment of l emporary Loan. tl5,0. J
Skc. - The several sums of money appropriated
by the foresoing section shall be expended ih the
maiiuer prescribed by the fifth section of tbe ordi
nance detin.nv the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
To assrss a special tax upon tbe real estate bound
ing tbe west side of High street from Noble
street to strawberry alley a '.,: 1 1, v . .r-i
Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council
of the city of Columbus. That the ra n of Fourteen
cents. Five mills; ed and the same is hereby levied
and as-essed unon each foot lront of tbe-severe
lots of land bounding or abutting upon the west side
of High street from .noble street to .Strawberry al
ley, as the same are designated upon the plat of the
Civil Engineer, on file in the offioe el the liity Clerk,
f or the eost and expense of building a. double row
flag crossing across Mound street at the west side ot
High street, according to. the estimate of the City
Civil E-gineer. .... .
Sko. 8. IVat the owners of the several lots or
lan 1 upon which the foregor w-assessment is made
shall pay the amounts of money by them, severally
due io that behalf to John Murphy, within
twenty davs trom tbe date of. this ordinane, or be
subject to tbe interest and Desa ty, allowed upon
- ' ---
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON City Clerk.
MEDICAL
lOHITII
.I'.CZi
lMAS'OmTtlrTHE
peciilfat and mp6i-ant itafibb? wlifeh .
tfiSy-'BBtiitf,' feeirrp'ecuTia'f,of'gHiiati,en
andjbe offices they perform, are aubje'cE
to maWyb8uffenngs"Teidonf hfofiftS'e
coniriDure in. po smaii degree to uieir
happiness and welfare, fojngpi gape
bPPywhojajeLri ofpl ailiu.tjpo
one ot these various ierfl(Arcr?.?,iAs,iDjl
aAfckiig-Asfljaerfligtfl nW dWirt04
involving the general bealtHsf Ab),ig
tHvidUalV and er'tongpHda.ciig;prnra-
nent sickness and prematttW4blinK.!K'
il it 'pleasant toconsultapbyrwiri fcarlbe
relief of these various arefieate(YrHoMe:tfaf,
and"6nTy tnlre taoef 8 rfAf riaSty
will A tni woman Br? rar RAr?iliyirTir
Ttvf R .irJ.I.li.iiT?in7- bLUiLuiT.-
greatest cnarm as to ao tnis, unrsei
will then thajik" us, ox placinin!nre1?
f m t-..i .;uuvij-.:7I :b l-triTZ aaT.
uanus simple Bpeoincswjici .will
almost veryiiPntifitbo8ejUr(IeP5
4ptamtfewaBi4ieBii1rJ eJJK1
rna t.
Hundreds suffer on in
andreds pf otuers appiy v
silence," ani
pundreJs.pf, otbersraprif?
gists and doctors, who either merely an
tataUthenr witli thevbjM pfcurejor
apply xetriediea wbidhsmake LWriLWjors
I would not wish to assert anythirrgtlial
wonld ao' lnfuBticcy to the iffllfetedv bitt I
W obliged tr'lay tbatt'altbotigb';.t "iri
be produced from excessive exhaustion,
ot tna, powers,
. v ..ifj. lidJ-o-. uJj-i.-'U.;.,. 1,1.11-1
ployment, unwholesome hairc and, fpadj
profuse rapBtiaiattjoptbe use ofeapd
coffmt aiid-ii;ex9titc4Udbklti,liICiatg
oftener cansed by direct krUatibtniApt
plied td he1 mucoAisi'meTiibrAsid T.llie
vagina i'tirM"6 b,b ifoniuv,ta v&
'Tyhen reviewing the' cansPBot'1lne8
3istress?ng comptain'ts, it! lsmstVaFrrful
to contemplate thjattendarjrijs
justice o4,tbetbjct,tp;ATOaApatsj(sj
of the manyHrditionstli cauBesI whiehrBf
largely affect tba life; hraltb add lappi
nes'or wSmari in alf tlass'es'or eclety4
anJ wfiidtf.VonSequentlyr affect 'inort? or
less directly, tbe welfare'of tlie' e'nii?e
liumarr family.'"' The" manfa'tbatTrStists
foij precocious epucatioi and marriage,
causes the years that,, mature . fleindl,
for corporeal development to be wasted
.. .- .. ; - . i-k. ,-1 ,. . -:t .' - - l
and peryrted in therestraints of dresa
the jearly confinement pf .school, and. ep j
pecially in the.:ijnUHaltky exxiterneni
tbft; rballrjo.prr,, iTbu.s,srW;Ltb. thf, 4ofly
balf-clothjd, and the miBd,.:unduly.tfJti
Cited by"pleasnrwiprvrting iri uridu
night revel the bdnr's designed-by nataIr,
for sleep and rest, tbe work, of destruc
tion' itf half accomplighediir'uo X'-''i'"
": In consequence of this' eaHyBtraittl
upon Her system,' nee'essafy 'effo4f ii
required' by tbe delicate vtary.:t rem
tain her situatioir in schooli at:.aljitea:!
day, thus aggravating :tb- dtil.ri jW.Ueas;
one excitement is over, aaotberin. prtort
pectivij keeps the mind, morbidly Bensj
tive.to' impression,' whil' the' n'pw 3coK
atanti restraint' p'fasbionable dres'a1f-J;
solutely iorbiddirig"tbe exerciie 'Indis--pensable
to the attainment and retehflorT
of t organic health and strength 'ihe ex;-'
pos'ure to night air "f tlie Vudden change
of temperature fi! the8r)rripleW proetra-
Hon ' produced "byf'exeiaivei's drtneingy
most, of eceBtty,'prodc0tfceit legit
mate effect. i At last, an earryinasrriagei
caps the climax of misery, and tbe. nam
fortunate one-iiitbertO) so utterly regard
less of tie 1 plain -dictates and, remou-,
' strancea of her, delicate nature, bucomef 1
an un w il li n g subject of m ed ical 1 4 reat ,
: ment. jTbis, is but a. trutliful picture ,
i the experience of thousands pf purjoung
women. .... , ,
i ' .Long before the ability to exercise the;
functions of the generative organs, tbey
: require an 'education of 'their 'peculiar
: . - -: - ." '..j -c t.i s't
nervous aj'titeiu, ouuipuacu 01 niiai
called the tissue, which' is,' in common
:.u .1 r 1 k nrf:-4i...;j..'i2.l-i.
I will! iud iciiiaic uicno. auu iijia, ciiucut
: ly nhdir the control of mental inotionB
and associations' at-'an' early -period-'Vir-j
life ; and, as we shall snbsequ'eritlylieBlT
' these emotions,' wben: excessive; lead
i long before" puberty; to habits which bb
; the very life Of their victims ere nature' 1
has self completed their development-"!'!
! For Femaief "Weakness and Debility,
. Whites ror .XieucorrhoBa,i.Too.Prfasii
: Menstruation, - Exhaustion, Too. Long j
Continued Period, forjProlapsaa audi
Bearing Down, or, Prolapsus .Uteri,-wf-
ioffr.4b moa perfect specific.-, Itnownjiy
IlELMBOLrU'a CPOU.VD,v ET.RAC QFJJ
Luchu. Directions for use, diet, aud;j
"advice, accompany.
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age, will find it a f
remedy fo aid riatnre in the'dischargeef11
:its functions." "Strength ii the' glory of I
' .manhood aVid'womanbood.'HELMBOLD'rT''
Extract BuCHtris more 'strengtheningO
than any: of the-' preparations' 1 of-BarVa
or Iron, infinftely Bafer, nd mora-pleas' ti
ant. Helmbold8 Extract Bucatipi
having received the indorsement 'of - the
most prominent physicians in the) Uuitbd t
States, is now offered to,) ftfaicled i bu
manity aa a certain cure for-tlie.follQW-rj
ing diseases and Byaiptoms, from what-in
ever cause originating General Debitci
ity, 31 en tal and , Physical J3epreiofi
I mbecility fc Determination of, : Blood : i
the Head. . Confused Ideaai Hysteria- q
Geiiernl Irritability, jEestlesaness , and hi
1 Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus-m
, cular L.mciency, Jjoss ot Appetite, iy8-,
' pepsia. Emaciation, Low Spirits, Difcjqr-t,;
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs jpf.
Generation., Palpitation , of, tb Heari, .
!... e..?'.n .1.- - r
auu,. in lati, ii hid uuvuuii.wii.ia jui
ASCI WHO ui..; v , . It !? 1
' eystem. To insure .tjje genuipe.cut tis,
!out. AskBfnryHELijBOD's,'1 Take 'no, fl
Other. ; (!.; .., t . f?i,,
Sold bjprujcgistfaa Dealers Jjery-,
where., . . . u v., ,.t .,'.' !-. istjs
: Price. $155. per bottle,, or.p, bottlps, ,
' for;, .e.6.v5jy. , ; Del; veiyd ,to any. .address. , . f
'-DeswlWeymptoms -in alf communica- ' .
; ?:Uk - a j ' tt iy T'C.TArflt.', 41
cBidway, ,N..f rjnitjtris jab! -tif u
) JNOOe arteii,uio uufcpij. wvmw, jt Jt
Jlteel-engraveu wiacj .i.r.iM,,a:?lywlj j
.'.of mj ChemicaLyarebpnsijand , ugn'?JJW

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