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'i 'Aoctionrahdrftalerrnr Bali Estite Bonn
ktaaAUaaaisvUuMliiaa auid Jioliuu,;' t.. rt.; 1
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ylL. wtsoui
utu Uiko street. .Ja.t roceiyad.
loUbif, pltateeVll.
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waa.au 4t ,.Tar
Ar Is the noted bean, fur good Boots and Shoes
.rtwveiawiiViicisa jtraoHlooii i' I
t,. , ,-, , 3K bouuA High suae.!
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SMftiiaiu AJiiarioaa voiaew'AIa 'tiJo krrt. f
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'Pra U..UMS.;
CROCKKRY, &c.
,Li,llfl.ir.U',.f, - - --.ci' . !
... . W hoieaaie aad. Batail Dealer, ia (hin..
.'uTaeei aware, vilas, 1'iAlea ui.oue, Lauia an j La.
.sfuutree. "' ' 1 1 -- --4a Nr.a u.u attai.
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1 "Le'-lmportar aud Wiiuleiaie and KeuU Dea ai
10 uvOoakeiB,HA.iuaH GIm. Ouuorj, ria.au umii,
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-. ?a4jl,'DI'Lr.TMi baatyie.
. Us oi Daotiaixy, .iuiudiuc cmauu'm laiwuva
.llitfal Pla.o. UBioo, 10 aud 11 0po.- iluca. .
DRY. GUODb. iiyf
1 "'I'li'i r
Carpets. Oi
l tiltuLI a. (io..
. Xa Dealers iu Dry Uuuds, Notions,
CKathsj AouUtfSj satfcdaa.' iaju,UApaiaad can.
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a - - Xas EiuutA ilif b. straet..
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Faioy.irytoudav Q '- f ; i1"' .
fJI , A huiesalaand . ttshau jTealera la 3ttl auu
a -uo0 sav Aao.ua. aaa taaotsiiaeMiran- at- uuuea
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LVliainl.I!ttViatuimi 1
A? b'. Krnia A Co.. oaah daalersiuDry Uuods and
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, SaUgUUiu Butldina. "d Couth L.gh
(treet.- CTTIiX v t. , :. . ....v.ii.i. .7- ,
AV . Dealers ao etapl. and V ancy Dry Goods ami
j ueuU j luuMUiua Ouyi. o. f if eu ijuu.
.Dealers in btapie aaul taucy Dry uoodv .
.-. . . iM.a( auuth iiWh street 1
1 i x . 1 1 1
( Dr uutuAdiA , V. i eH
. , XA-a .loraigo aud Domes tie "ry.Goods, Uoths,
turd,eto. itao x iifii a. mil tligh atifiet. . 1
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.'DRUGGISTS.- V,
arlcassL. aa M . a r"'"J 1 s. -
. i 4(ia' DrufsMotai 180 South iiice Btftf
avripiiuua var.uay .otHawu.Mea aiA oooxa, i,.
1 vi.a0'r Atsi.U sliraasaK. ' .
A-' - JotliSI b. itOtlEKTS.
'"DinniSt Ul iimlluir.
ii) ... 1 o M4 North Hl
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Mi hulesal. aa Uaatl Drakaiata aad laalar
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iu -"' 1 S4 ftorth lluth street.
4il.I.
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f XV . DeuAnars. bujjrmrera and Pabluhers. ' Notw
Xl ai and ouier seats euirareu mj uruer. . .. 7-
; Kua. IW and 1( south Hieh street.
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' FUllNITURE, &c
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csBufaotvrersan(l Wh-uleeaie and Betail Deal'
Oram furniture. uairK, awraes, eu. -
-"- fto. Ml eruath ilign ot. tuvori House.
akSUncioriM . annelass t arniture1. Wbol
7 asua aausieimt M ararouiaa, u, T aad a Uwui.
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HOUSE. FURNISHING.
a, . mM . mrf .
t Alia Deals, in staaties. Su-ve and' Hoasa) Far
: buuioc Uumis. Aicc. lui.Uippar and sheet lro.
cssara. .J it; -e. 1 j-taaa lowu
AjtV House turaisbinc tio ds. Mantles, Grates,
. Vosycra Aia auu uwi sivo, oiu.m iua nauties
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Mo-KfAPER
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lEHEnrESS DIRECICSY
HOOP SKIRTS.
E.
HEED,
Manufacturer and Wholerala Dealer in Hoob
Skirta and Coraett. AIfo. dealer in Berlin Zeoher
and Kaner Oooda, 103 Soma Hurt rtr jt.
St. AX
- Dealer in M urieal HerpbandiM. Boots. Sta
tionerr and Kaner Ouoda teirxlly. ripecial Aaent
f.ir th.elebrati Kliaa Howe Gold Uedai rewin(
Mxphine. No 810 South H.an rtreet.eor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
laaCl !l4aQ Jaff.
Fnrr ana Mr aw Good itt ftouth Hicn f treet.
(fin (lolHen H't.)
HOTELS.
VTATtOaAL HOTf I
1.1 Opposite Depot.
H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
eg:
K. J. BLOUN I', Froprieton
Corner r'onrta A Friend atl. Commodioui
boiua and axtenaiTe g tables.
JL A. BOWERS. Prorrietor.
INSUBANCE.
CeNA.otcr iitvi A.rre -aurane
Companr. Ameti. SIS.'OO 000.
- Wi. JAMISON. Aaent.Ooluiubaa.0.
I ,GElN tBAt. AUBNriaoiJ-itT Lite kniunfcee :
atPjpiy.A I -I H jJj-AOporajtionae.
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intb uini-Ai er
apital and Aaaata, $400,614.37.
a-a. (Jolumbnii. u. apiti
W. C. Ji. 1JAKEK. See
Office. Noa . f Opera Hons.
MILLINERY GOODS.
f M Kiitt.nwM.
J. Wholes. and KtlaH Verr Goods.
ieh strvet. Opera House Bloeb.
MK. A. SM.
Deilerin Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim-
mines. Ho- 07 ftorth Huh street.
J 14 . W1LKIK,
a Dealer in Millinery, rres and Cloak Trim-
minrs nd Fancy Goods.
130 nontn n-kn street.
"afiHANT -TAlfORS:
SCHAcHADXRKI A JtOHLLEBEDI,
Merohant Tailors and Dealers iu Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
No 58 North High street.
CW. KIKWAKDeR.
e Mcrcbaqt Jailor aadraTesdsf in Gents Fur
aishins; Goods. Also agent tor the Diamond rhirts
. . 1x1 &outn iian street.
THKIIHIA MEHGHtltlTTtlLOHIKB
1 A f. ik'rltiviA f.fl laa .V ia...
suits made to order. Beady-made Clothing al ' "
wajs on nana.
TUtaM si. HRKBBACitKM,
fMpTcbsnri Tr-ir Meal.r iltilotbttifTDd
no. 01 nortn tiisn street, i
JOHPI HIITKK,
MERCHANT TAILO', M0 South High sU
Choice stock of Clothing constant!? on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
A KDKtH S Ac 'a-Iia.E,.
a ' News Dealem. Booksellers and Stationara
No. 65 nouib Bigh street, nex door to PostoHiee.
PaKU. II rt S.IT1 AN M . t
A? News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind-
rublications in both German and Eng ish. I
i31 .-oulbHinhstre t. j
WARlJHOUSE
A .
L V Manulaeturers and Dealers in Writina. Frint4
log and V lappiuk fapexs, 83 a 85 ftorth Uigh st.
rv wanas. i a ta. ,
1.1 Dealers in Printing, Book. Writing and Fina 4
rapcrs io.hiivi.h b nign street.
PHOTOGRaIPHERS.
I ALUWIIHAA t 4a-.
U ... i'HU'lOURAnifcRS.
Bl .-vou h Hiiih street.
J.ti s lliot . . ;
a FHuTuUKAPUbK, 107 South High street.
fictnres maoe iu eyery styie and aise. ,
D.
J. aKCHEH,
Photographu, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto.,
No. S3S -South High tree .
ETTID alFllYSlCiASK'aOrI :
W. DOWNS fll. .
No. 3 Udbdi Hnime. 'PrAafji Dinpft nf th
bye, hf. Heart, Tbruat an i Luuks. AIj-o, Uisetues,
PUN0S.
JF. HtuKI ACU.,
a Wholesale and Ketail dealers for Lighta A
Cu.'aand llaioa-A B.u.'a Pia.-os. Also. Organs,
ueludeont aud uther musical lntunlents.
J 36 North llign treet.
l Aueut Tor Cbiojeitng's ani Etnmersoii'sTi-t
tnoa.
Also, OreauE. Aleiodeons and Sbeet
am
!ll-tkulh fligatreeU '' i
StAU'RAJNJT
BAFtK X II RESIACKAT,
Corner bta 1 e and hiehftre-ts.
LH.KLbV MY LB, Proprietor. I
SEWING MACHINES.
KS a A ShWNtl HI WHI KS,
, The beat in tilts world. Noa. 1 and a Ooe
Aiwwetf a W . ilUMKLtiOBcrai Afeot-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Re
a, ut .11 .ii cw..
Dealers in fine Waobcs. Clocks. Jewelry.:
Piaiedw.re, bpectaoles, Ao., No. 11 La-t Town
street.
I IA1.SA ilAHKIItUI u.a
v3 (uoeasors to Wm. Blyon) dealers in Dia
uiundss.WatahJaa -Jewel, riiiaetr WarshaiUd Speo-taoles.-
No. t? ail Hou'. V S 4 i
F A I, S.K Qlli-.KtJiX. j
a Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watohes.'
Clocks and Jewelrv. N.-. 71 South Hiah street I
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
B
A.V..w('S' saraus. Ac lO,,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods-and Notions.
3 and 4 Gw.nne B ik. Town street.
t p t irmt
K. llaaafaoAatrsra audr W h('essle Jeajers in B ots
and nhoea. No 9Gwynne Biixk, loan St. i
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HIiUKBT GIVEN TO
all whom it may eonoern, that the City Bank
ufCltveiand.au Independent Banking Company,
organised aud carryius on business as an Indepen
dent bauking otnpany at the city ol CI-relan.I, .
OU in, under an set of the Gei e.al Asso nbly of the
aaid firaia uf vhio, eatitled "Au Aot.taioc orporaie
ae. 3t4j -tanltpt uuiiu and ouier twnsjag uotn-
yauiv., mkii , ui u o I , hdu, aom. wviiik ucbiiuui
ot relinquishing and closing its banking business.,
to ti at aud has in pursu noe uf the statutes of the
said ,-tate of vbio in such oase made, paid and re-'
deemed more than ninety per Tent, of the maximum
amount of its oiroulatiug notes, aud delivered the
same to the treasurer 01 State of the said tate of .
Ohio to be destroyed, aud bate provided means aod
given security to the satisfaction of toe Treasures, '
Secretary aud Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio to the redemption of its outstanding nots of
iu.rculatiuaat tbaulfioojof the .National. Cit? Bank
Tor le've and, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said Cny (iagk.lovated. r , .
Don. by ordet-Wrtie BoarS (frO! footers of the
CitvBaukof CUTcland. Julj-h. I8,
LEMUEL WaCK.. President.
jyll-dltawfim
The Sisters of tSt. MarjV,
OF THE SfKINCs, BECK1MTI.V OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reef ption of pupils on
tbe first Monday in s, ptenibe', lsoti. For Board and
tuition. 76. tti. agg 4ad (80, aocurding to toe de
partment nt tbep ipu. jsn. UU -K, Sup't.
Adare.s Box ,61 au3-dtf
JOBSJiaHA QJBiaBR
Attorney at La-w,
PABS0ITS BUILDING,
auMKK ui COBTOWhkBlQBST
S. S. PINNEY'3
rvANCINU ACADEMY 13 NOW OPEN AT
L 0 S IfAOCHtON I H4lX.T o 3
ror juveni.es, oaturuay aiteruoon, irom ini
P. M Gentlemen's evening class at AMB0S
tlALL. S3d inrt.. at 8 o'clock P. M. octU
" FOU WALK
A PAIR OK "JOE GODWIN" COLTS," FIVE
ft n5l.srjr trt Md. Ttrx Haqdkoine, kind and
::St "'""'KlCBARirNlSTlNS.
f
'MEDIC'AL.'
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L-i;. ta 54:i j''T ' inl ritJs i In '
r'.sto-'-Si-iii t-t-liUK D iiti .1 tilj Jr.'i j
(!'.; FEMALES,' OWINGV TO 'THE
pecaliar and important relations which
to"ey!8uYtain, thetr peculiar orgsnizatioii
aud the offices tbejr perform, are subject
to many siifferings. Freedom from these
contribute in) no small degree to their
happiness tfid' tWelfare,; for'one can he
happy who are ill. Not only so, but no
one oftli8e various female complaints
ca'nrjdnj fee suffered to run oif without
-involvrnj the. general health of .the in
dividual and er long producing 'perrna-j
nenC tickness add premature decline. Nor
iq ir'pjeasant to consult a pliyBicianforthe
relief. of these rarious delicate atTections,
atit (bly'np6rii the 'most argent necessity
will a truenwomaa so; far. sacrifice ' her
greatest charm .i'e)'.'o) dp'tliisl 7,The sex
will then tbank ns tor placing in tneir
harid', Simple' spei$Cs ' whjch'will be
found efficacious -jri reliering and curing
almost every 'oie 'oCtbjbsej trottblesome
complaints peculiar to the sex.' ir .X
lj 111 .J nJitHjllltM-l !lll, 'Ij Ki-1 ;
iHELMBOtD'S
OF
1
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drag
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them viththehope oJf a cure or
ftpply(reme.dies which make them worse.
I Wotild'.not iwjb to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
aift'oblged to sa that although it .may
be produced, front excessive exhaustion
of the powers of (liife", 'bf laborions em
ployment,' ; unwholesome; air and . food,
profuse meh8trnaiioTj,'the'8e 6'tea'and
coffee, and frequent childbirth; it is far
ipfteher 'Ijfatise'd iliree' irTitatidrii, ap
plied to the I mucous membrane of ,the
vagjriaftse VU-
v WhrTA reviewinff: tbejeausps of thete
dis'trsipg complaints', .h' is rhpsi jpainfnl
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent ,.upxr Ibem, s.jW't simple
justice to the subject to enumilrate a few
of, tne.iapy.dditionM caus'e4y.t,ich so
largely. affect tins iiie hstalth and happi-
tiess' of womai In'alslaM'eVfidctet'y.
anflwUrt ttopqtieji0y; aSed, more .or
Ipisire-ctlyj' he welfare Qf. the- entire
hunwui iamily, rTua maiiiav that exists
for'pTecocii89 education And 'Biarriag,
catises' tbe-rfeftrs5 tKrtnatnre'- designed
tor corporeal jieveiopmenr, to oe. wastea
apd" pervfrtedYio tbeT&traujts of. dress
the early confinement of school, and es
pVfially' in' the anheaTthy eirxitehienof ;
tne ball-room.j x tins, ' wi n- 'the body
haTilotlied, and. the mind unduly ex-
titedby. pleasure, -.perverting in mid
night revel the hours Uesigned Dy nature
for ileep. and rest, the" work of destruo
. r v. . -XT v r . !- ..i . it;-. I' r- . -. .
Kiorr is hwlf-accomplished.1 1 c
p.llniiortnseqwncw of tbiSKariy Strain
upon her systeftrt.'-anTietssary effort is
required by the-delicate votary to ro.
tih her situation ; in 'school'1 at a'1 later
day, thus aggravating the. evil. .When
one excitement is 'over, anothtr in pros.-
pective.kwpa tlu) mind. morbidly sensi
tive to" impression while the, now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely '.forbidding .the exercise indis
pensable to tbe attainment and retention
o( organic health and strength ;' the 'ex.
posure to night air ; the sudden change
1 of . temperature ;,' the complete prostra
tion, produced, . by excessive, dancing
must, of nrjeessity,' produce' their legiti
mate effect.' At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, and the un
fortunate one. hitherto so. utterly regard
less of the -plain "dictates-'and remon
strances' of her delicate natnre, becomes
an nnwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This ia but a truthful picture of
the experience of thousands of our young
women..., c , - r :
Liong before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called this, 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 oi
life ; and, as we shall subseaueutly 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 Pebility,
Whites ol Lencorrboea, ' Too" Pmfiise
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued Jreriods, tor .Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect Specific"' known :
Uelmbold's Compound Extract ot
Buchu. Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany. ......
. . Female in ever; period, of life, from
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remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood.' Helmbold s
EXTRACT Bochu is; more strengthening
than any of the 'preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. , . Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement?1 Of the
most prominent physicians in the United
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Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused . Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
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ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
aystem. To insure the genuine, cut this
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ether.
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Broadway, N. Y.
None are genuine unless done up in
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Europe as the present. At all the
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ltu met and contested for the Pre
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and the result was unanimously in
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JUacMne. - At received tne jam ana
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.Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Uni-
verseUei Paris ; American Institute
Fair i, New , Xorh j . 2?ew England
.Agricultural. Fair, at, Providence,
It. Lf the New York State Fair,' at
Buffalo y the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz. : that of the
Mechanics?' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts) and the Pair of the.
Maryland Institute, at 'Italtiniore,'
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 " O OLD
MEDAL," tlie highest Prize the
Institute confers, ,,; ' "' . ' ' J
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anprejudieed person of the great superior-
ity of the FLO BENCH over all other aa a
Family 8ewins Machine. - " ',
: A written warranty Is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL SO ALL
that ia claimed for it, and should it fail, it
will be taken back, and the ItOHEY BE-
FUNDED. . . ,
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vacni-.es over seven eo-npetitor.
-'end fiT a circular, or call and examine tha Ha.
shines at the new Salesrooms.
3t East State St., Columbus, Ohio.
' .' . ' IT, BROWN, Agent. .
aT All kinds of stitching drre to order, and
atistaonon guaranteed. octst-dmatawTAS
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iu the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
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GENTS FURNISHING GOODS'
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: vt . G. PbBKS, Foreman. .
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FALL ; AND WINTER GOODS,
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, COHIMIIUSJ, OHIO.
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French,
laiisllssli. fand
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..i' ' Catalmereii, dco.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh iwlll sell at the low
est Cash prices. - ' . . "
. Also keep oonsiamtly on band a well selectee
tsock of - .
. READY MADE CLOTHING.
.i,,. ' JOHN HUNTER,
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got to remind hi 11 of 1 bis pangs.but tosbow
im how tobanish them il forever. The u-esnt
of iui mediate and permanent relief are proffered
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' testimony to its vir- ' aav ' tucs ' It differs from
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ticular it is not alcoholic. ...r.. ... .).,,,
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GERM Af3 TOMIC 1
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w.v Bllltuuill v UCIV IU BUlUbluu U.T a DUiriliUnuB
gent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between th sa two ireat anti
dotes, should be guide by hiaowu.'onditioo. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
nis seiee tun; out in cases wuere tn. ernerg-ncy
not so Dressing, tha Bitters ia tha srjacifia reoi..i
Thousands find infin- ite benefit from tak
ing eaoh in turn. There is no phase of
muigesnon. oinousness. nervous disease or pnyal
oal prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
in woioa.imgly or ooaunawi. they will aouffeet
euro.
.'cliajtigis Pain 'forlEase
t ilf
-And 'Weakness far Strength, -rfjet rid of tha ail
ments wmon lotertere witn enjoyment; cast gloom
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ox me ana. in soon. Become a
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Throueh the instrumentalitv of tba wiat'nnwer''nt
and popular of ail yegeuble iovigorauta and 001
reotives' 1
BOOFLATO "GERMaIN - " BITTERS-
Bllionsnets, Indigestion, General Debility, and
aU the complaints which proceed fiom 4 want of
proper action in tne liver, tbe stomach and the
bowels, are eradicated by a oourceof this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC.
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Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched theueelves in tte system, but
isthe best known safexnard against all unhealthy
influences. Persona whose oceuDatiooa and cmi.
suits suojeet tbem to tbe depressing aSects of a
Oiose. unwnoiesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
otner disorders which malaria engenders. lava-
lids wno are , 1 1; , j a .
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WASTING AWAY,
WitBout adt rTpoii coo?Iaint. exeeot agrmdoal
uTCiinminuui uuuiij atrngtp ana nervous eneray
win nna id ine Dir- if" j atts- a tountaio
vital it aiisi viffir. mi - rsfrMnliiar avstd .!
ratine as a pool in tb desert to tbe traad-corouet.
ua laiuuxiK u-aveiexs. i . . f
HOOFLANB'Si
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CERMAN BITTERS
? Is composed of tb pure Vuicesfo;. as they ate me
' dicinally termed, Extr.icts. of R, Herbs and
,BarR, making a preparation Oieniy eodcentrated
..and entity iraaJjiali;!V-ajiy
HOOFLAND'S
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CERMAFJ
TONIC
Is a combination of all tbe ingredients of the Bit
ters, witn tne purest quality ot Csanta trui Kum,
Orange, etc., making one o' the most plea-ant and
agreeaDie remeuie ever onered to tne pubhe
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com.
plaint. -Jaundice. Dys- . pex,ia. Chronic . oi
Nervous Debt li ty. ' las t.hronio Diseases ol
the Kidneys; and all diseases aris ng from adisor-
uereu Aiiver ur ewuiacu. . - 1
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fiautea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food. Fullness or Weightin the '
. PtomscD, oonr eructations. Sinking .
or Flutleiiog at the pit oi the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, fluttering at the Heart; (Jhoking or
Dunoeaiing sensations wnan. in a lyn g fusture,
. Aiimness 01 v isioni not or wens belore the
Sight, Fever ana Dull Pain in ibe Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in tha -.
Bide, Back, Che.t, Limbs, etc.,: -
cuaaen iiusnes ot neat,
. Burning, in the Flesh,
Constant lroagrn -ings
of Evil, aud
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Ever known. nd will cure all diseases rcsnltinc
1 trota bad Blood-' Keep our Blood pare. Keep
1 your Liver iu Older. f Keep your diiestire
organs in s sound, s nam thy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and do disease will evr
Ksaaii joa.
Weak and Delicate Children
Are niade ttroDaf bv the n? of eifhr of rn.
edies. Tbejr will cur ever j case of WARAtiMUS
wituonti.il 1
loonsaDafl cz eertinonxes nave aecamoiated ie
tno baa :s of the pr. pnettTS, but space will allow
of tbe publication ot bat a few. Those, it will be
oosrvea, are men ot note and of. snob standing that
- Aim uusi tm eeiievea .-. . . j . .
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PIUVi'VSYI.VAIA
SPEAKS FOB. THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes-
,, uinoajf I tj ..
HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
. Chief J ustice of the Supremo Court of Pennsyl
Tania, wiit : :
PHitADSLrHiA. March 1, 187.
1 find Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, u eful in diseases ISA! of th. digestive or
gans, and of great ben- I at efit in esses of debil
ity and want 01 nervous acrinn in the fvs em
i'ours truly. - tJiEO. W. WOODWABD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania'
PHiLADiLFHia. April 38, IMS'.
I eonsidar "Honfland'i-txerman Kitrnr. a vain..
ble medioin. in o.ses of attacks of lndiiestiou or
Dspepsia. I ean certify tbis Irom my experience
ui iu . Aours, wiiurcepect.
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
PHItADELyHTA, Se 1. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's Germai Bitters ' is a very useful ar
ticle aa a tonioaadas an appetiser. Jt i- not aain
toxi ating drink, aud may be used beneficially by
persons of ail age. lie pectfully yours,
. JAilEo KOaS SAOWDEN.
." OjaLtTTiooNr. " '
Hoofland's German Bemedies aro counterfeited.
See tht the signature F ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of U each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, A 0.631 AKCH STBEET. Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHAKLE M. EVANS, Proprietor.
: Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO. , , ! ' j
Hoofland's Germsn Hitlers, per bottle (1 o
Hoofland's l-iermsn Bitters, half dosen 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a hal f dosen for $7 50.
' Do not forget to examine well the attiolo yon buy
a order to get the genaina.
FOB SALE. AT ALL , DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medioinea everywhere. .
jylS-dw&s geowly
WHY
(0btof Jltatcsmk.
LOVE'S STRATAGEM.
BY E. W. P.
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.'you . ask why 1 married Edward
Bracken, Clara''..! said,, as took a
more comtortaLle , position, .udob tlie
ountre. on which , we sat,, and looked
smilingly , into my, friend's ., face, .. "
will tell you. '.To, begin, I. was, as yoa
know, the daughter of, a French refugie,
who during the troublous times. , of
France,, came over,, here with me, j his
onlyhild. , His, estates "being, onfifl
cated, our poverty was extreme but ai
French people, however nigh.,-may , b
their, rank., when', their Dovert'v arises
from dislionarable action on, their pari
will aq any tiling not aerogaxory, to gain
au 'honest, liyipg, : vaj .father became k
teAc1i.i.B.' sctool. " .'J. ' . ;',, . ..'y. -I
.' f'So. we lived until, whn I was about
fourteen, my' father died, leaving me : to
the, guardianship or his only sister, wpo
had married an American. 'My gTief
yas fitter jjbut my .position ot-as im
proved', and. r managed to' ceton very
well'.j 1 vks," however,' 'en ' Ias
66mei Beveri'yearsfpder hat 'ji great
change' In ' my life came'.'- ''Peace J nafl
been restored to'France; and the friends
in my family ha virig' interceded in' rnjr
tejialf1,' the whole 'of npy father's estateB
were returned, so tnat from poverty and
dependence,' I became rich' and my own
-..li. '12-1 -' 1 ' ..it.t.1 J - 01
uiieoraot - . ... . '
'I bad always a liking for wealth -
that is, for tbe enjoyments it brings ; so
immediately taking mjr-aunt. to live
with "me, I rented a" house' in Brroklyn
- for, brought up in America from child
hood. 1 had grown to regard it as my
h6tnr " Need I 'srty that, seeking amuse
ment With the lavish K.liand bf youth',' I
did not lack society,'7 My"breakfast-ta-ble
was filled wiih ' notes 'of invitation,
mv rooms were' well filled when I r-
ceived,' wtiile my ' admirers increased
daily:''"' . n- - 't-.-.u . -cr.
1 was as'happy as the day was long.
till mV heart began to 'interfere j theri I
took to "reasoning.' ' '-' 1
had, as T 'Save said.-nnmerbus ad
mirers 'Iat !:my 'feet; and v while' "'only
pleased'with their flatteriesI let them
remain there; but when in my own thtnd
I commenced selecting one or two who
were tar' from' indifferent to mej I began
to consider the sincereity of their love.
I was''gridd looking, ;yet 'that had got
me no suiters in'poverty; bufnow I was
rich I liad many. 1 I 'ould "not be blibd
to the real trUthV'How could I prove it
"It was a puzzling ' question,' and
would not let Hiy-heart answer it, as St
speedily' i:wohld ttSVe 'done? K So; '"It
solved" fa'pnf Ihes'e krderit? "adtfitre'ts to
test'" For thisdtifpose iVave (tfltnvi-
t ttions f6VTft4large: evening party! It
was verygay, and 'F Setennined to do
my best 'to 'tna'ke'thereappe'ar'tib lack of
money, nor wiuingiiepertu upena in neeu
I say that my suitors were: more ' than
nsnally' attentive, ' especially'-. 'Herbert
Colbert, while Edward Bracken remain
ed" much?1 about the sarhe.''-,It"Was' be
t.veen these two that bit feefinffst waver
ed.'thongh even then Ibey' leaned rather
to thfe latter. '1 believed ' thevat least
1 wbuld dofue scathless through the orffeal
""'Well; itwas just in the middle ' of
tne evening" wiren the lights, the' rlow
erif, arid the ' company seemed at their
brigirtestr'that a servant; entering.hand
ed me a' letter 6n' a salver. I was speak
ing to Herbert Colbert at'tbetime, and
I said' to tbe man t '' "'""' '' '-'
' "HaW I ' not told you, ' Johnson,' to
keep all letters till the morning, or after
the -guests' departure J"" u
'' Yes, madam, but;;thrS 'was - marked
immediate."' - "'-" .rv,n
; "Ah, that alters tbe case,"'' I'said
then, turning ' with ' a langh! to those
about me, added "I see it is from''iriy
lawyer; such 'missives always receive
immediate attention; ' With- your leave
I will read it." "r1 ' -tia fnn. i ui
"Hastily I perused Ltte!' line, then,
staggering, sunk into a chair, covering
my face with my handkerchief.-'"
"The company gathered abdnt me,
trusting there was no bad hews ; and in
a few moments, rising, 1 said : "
' ;'"Pardon my sudden emotion, my
friends, but the news this letter contains
is most startling most terrible to me.
As 1 should desire all here to know,
with your consent I will read it :.-
"Plait Madame. It is mi most painful doty to
inform you that information, th. truth of which
cannot he doubted, has reached me to-day that the
sen of your fatacr's a der brother, suppoeed to have
UI U ID r-ligisnu, lines, aim imuhru, iu x inucg ro'
r-nectine the recovery t f e a-tate be d by you. He
appears of a most arbi rary. na'ure. and talks of
claimiLE all moneys expended. I will consult wito
you to-morrow. 'lill then, -:. . '.-
, - Irema-n, etc ,
"You see, my friends," I said smiling,
but minutely scanning, every face, on
many . of which I could already read, a
change, "I may once more become peu
niless nay, worse, I, may be in debt.
But this evening, at , any rate, is. my
own, and 1 particularly request that you
will'tiot let tliii intelligence -affect its
gaiety; it may be tne last time we shall
all meet together. ' ' '.
"As a natural consequence, all ottered
their sympathy. ' Herbert Colbert's was
most warmly expressed,; while- Edward
Bracken stammered, blushed, and finally
retreated, as if glad the etiquette of tbe
thing was over. On perceiving it, a
pang shot through' mr "heart,- and I
smiled more kindly on Herbert Colbert.
For some time the party went on as
nsual; but soon after' supper the rooms
began rapidly to clear, till at last they
were qnite iempty,: when,' with a feeling
of relief, I threw myself on a couch, first
laughed, and then burst into : a flood bf
bitter tears. '; ' ' ' "-; '' ' ' 15 !'.'"
"The next day some of the guests
called ; the jackals sent to warn tlie rest
how the ground lay ; and knowing it,' 1
was most open in my statements; say
ing that what the lawyer had said was
true, and I. might have to refund the
money I had spent." 1, lad. renounced
the Idea of gaining a governess or com
panion, as I could not get enougn money
tor my debt,' so I had determined to take
to trade. ... . ..-: .. (, " '..',
Ah ? how their well bred eyebrows
would arch at the word, trade- honest
trade. .. ,. . .. . .. '.,'
Yes, I .added, internally enioyine
it; I had already . seen, a small fancy
stationer's shop for sale , in that days'
paper which I had resolved to take- ,
, '-The same day Herbert Colbert called,
apparently tbe same as ever; but in time
I saw a marked change. ', ., , ,.. '..,
Edward Bracken never appeared at
all. - -
" 'My stratagem has proved success
ful,' 1 reflected, with a sigb. I am a
wise woman to have bad the courage t
have tried it."'"' : ' ' " .' -i '
"As I "never carry out thing tiy th
hah-ffi, 1 actually shut 1ju' ' my boose;
and paid a poor -woman' in the fancy
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stationery line to lot itie..aerrein,Jier
Myantit expostulated, bnt I was
firm: and twoi'davs aflV'Tf?'i-rBtBnded
Arrival of nllawyeT'a'letteiI -was In
stalled in the business.
ii T&e sh'rip was ia jt reepeetabltf afreet, '
through .which I knew my friends used
to em to the narks, while Herbert' Col
bert used Jo' ride ' down 'it 'on'-hdrse'back
every 'morning tb; 'business".! 'Bnt now I
found they Selected another oad.l -
"Herbert Colbert, however, did-,ftot
change bo rapitlyvTSO Ibat I thought he
might be true after all. To try b-imyA
few day s. after, I, was purposely outside
the shop ae lie passed. ' On seeiiie' me
.be stopped, shook bands, spdt' np3a
Borne trivial subject, then gallop'p'eif off,
exciisins himself as beiniriTi:-abirr''y'l.I
'The 'fotrowing mdrning bi'passedwith
a bow, the next be saw.tsomiethinyKht
tile- other e side. (of .tbenstreet to ngage
his attention, and after ltliat-t(i,.jay
:kp9wlt)dge,7he. nei -
street again. arIO a )n , ,
That .this, rendered me very tjad I
do not 'niind1owning- I abi'notTmean
Herbert Colbert's'beh'avior aldneTBiit
thnf'trf "' all- myi!frienas7 JVitindst I
now laughed at tbe word 4ia tba grerageBt
ViiisantbropeTwoiild hav tJiHiel sliflt a
friend a.raategitii UMflew.w iamXsat -dt
,r ?Tbti fofiglitneaiily passehat
I had.gty'.P m.ystiljfatii Iry lie; sincerity
.of rny acquaintances, nfl sitting alone
in 'the. shop, I wis, cont&nbtafing my
speedy returri to" riches ahtf the 'suyprffee
of my circle'bf 'former friends, whin a
purchaser entered; 1:1 j io
"ICaising my eyes.lgotup witn aetart
"and a blush, but tb flext momeiit quick
ly resumed my talmneg ,;, d)U :r
"The one who had entered jwoa Ed
ward, Bracken.-f , .,, w 7r
"Advancini? -ner70uslv. he extended
his hand, tremblingly touchett mtfns,tjiau
. dropped it, sayjng;,
iQr'lJr
nornuig tliat 79
, ! 'IJood morniug, Mi
was not aware tiU fljjiSi morning'tliaou
bad lett , square.
".;;, 'That's false.-' And"! Wndeir "What
you "have comeforinoW'JOuribsTtJ:lr
bapB,' I reflected';' then added1 -attrrfd:
Indeed! r' I 'have' be'erj'-her-5nearTy a
fortnight Mr. Br'aele1i'!a "J vim
" 'A forniglit!' he xclaHned.1qiO sdl
- r" ? Yes.J Kortmitw lutSi changed Q-with
1 me;: I am eysa in dbtt,and;dthOBy
way I cani honorably liquidate ibalfcois
by working at an honest business.'.. laj
r ' ."-'That (is very noble , .oiy our cart,
, Miss Giiridin.'. hejsaid, fidgetiDg wijt.Lia
cane, f. 'But rbut, those, are very.,pjey;y
nenknives.
A
: ta.fl
. " ' They are. Uan 1 serve you.wi
, .,'' 'Yes ; that is,"! did not ' feomtV f or
"that ''But please go' on.1 -'IwilF take
it. -VM
z"! ,:''WTiy!did :the' fellow conW at ill V
I tliougbti : 'He is bnly'anxions 'toi get
away again. ! ' ' ' ""'' 1
"I banded him the knife, wbeuvin-
stead of taking it, be-' caught my hand,
and in much agitation epoke :; w
..i; ..-MiBS Giridiu.J you; think tbia visit
strange, but I have come to, say Ju
news on'the'hieb'f 'of ybui
sympathy for you, to speak
"vTbe
r'next rnorning'I:'was;-telegr'apliedl-for by
v my father, and baye-only ' just returtwo.
1 Butfl want to isay" How what' I baxt txit
tbe courage to say whenyorjibad etrfa-
ny more worthy ' Suitor. About m you
-which is, that I love you; Jliss Giridin
.; Emily yes love yoai Witb rn. whole
soul ! Can you ever love imtl ildo not
; bias your answer by saying that will
... give you, wbt,you'.hqy lost rwealtb-r
tfor I knwa youi-.-character tqo,w1tl,.To
think for a.!;moment.:.that; you wqujd
, marry, one yoi did, not love for that, I
..' only ay, I love'.y.ou; , Emily,' Can'you
' ever love me and make ine the'ttappisst
man in 1 the .world 0 .. , ,T. .
"i' Somehow,5 he' liad gof 'round' tne
; counter, arid a'"s"boW: standing1 Vf? my
side. Wliat "could I say"? " I trembled
s like a leaf There' Was one 'trw.'thsJn,
" after all the one,'- tob-whose eerlibu
would have destroyed my life forever.
-All I could Bay was: ni.'j t,.iv., snT
Oh ! thank Heaven, for the'sakajif
. human Datnre,' one- remains truai : AH
are not sordid selfish. T .-!:;r!i.!l cl
" True, Emily. Do you think por--.erty
or riches could detract from, nr add
K f.o. tbe passion I feel for you?, Emily,
fcan you.love me if not at. oncefiiDjr
. iiapa at, some future time. . ,(,,:;.-;
"Xot at once,. Ed ward Bracken Jjl
said, palpitating with joy. 'Oh baye I
' not loved you all along t 'Was nbtmy
1 heart breaking at you? arisience t "Hu
you kept away I should bavedied.', '
gHere, a customer entering,' we fled in
confusion to the back parlor. l,,uJ
ir: "I have a littlemoro to: trlli-SafEce
' it that ! corrfeseedTall t to Edward, wa,
to.do' him'honor; eeeined disappointtid
- that it wb -not bis lot to give roe wealth
''as well as bappine88.'i 1 was niapriad
from my own bouse; but, as If felt -for
the shame my former friends (J, would
feel, 1 left it afterwards. . ,0 f j -h! r-i
. , "Edward and I toofe up out reBid"0?
,in New York, where, . having, a. Jrtje
.friend and husband, l.BO hoger iCArp.
to test the sincerity of my ; acquain
tances, but took hnm as they seemed."
. . rr-r. rr .i . Jl.
;;;- .! Roots ' and .oes:;
'i i: a.i
T. ST. BKPi.P.
0. noBioia
.cheap boots and;
y.v
i.irKVjjJgj i.'l'i2rj"a;',-"l'"1"il
1-1 "..-Til-'-. I"- 1 J.MlflfVt'T
T. (HEPtRI) HAVING FOnMKD
a a partnersbip with G. H0K1GEB. for th.
purpose of carrying on the boot, and &hua-trade at
o. is. soui-H hih mifcEr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and, tbe
public roi eially to cell and exsmine thwr fit e and
..well seleoted stock uf Ladies'. Gents',' ,Mes' arnj
Children's Boots and Shoes, tbis day received di
rect from the Kaet. aad which t bey ar rrn w offenafc
lor sale 00 the roost reasonable terms. Ia our man
ufacturing de pari ment special atieution is given to
- c nrT8TOMMADEnrBin i sill
Kepsirintof all kinds neatly and promptly dene.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Please git .us a eall. So trouble (o
UW g(odS' ';i; .'i wi" ' --''
Bemember tbe plsce : If o. 16S"Soutb High street
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