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JQJCUMBUS, OHIO;iWEDNESDAY MORNINGj DECEMBER 16, 1868.
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! NUMBER 90.
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per aqoara for nrot uuwruoa. 7aM lor won M
ttinal insertioB. ' I
iJOMiiEsa aonciMittaU MdUNWoa,
. SO cent. .. , ,1 J.
h,b&lf prion. I
nni mmt ef or 4
.rioricisor t atrj. o e
,4JiLKWMOH f V M 1IHI IMt
MmM vmyan onurta
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Architect, Ciril KnltineeT. Aei ' ' n"' ' 4 1
' 4Jffioe one tbu Kttionk Jiznbuge Bmak. '
DBjUBK & - - i
l.JOt- , ATTOJiMilB Af UIW'-; !i :
Onuifi. Ko. (ifl .Sou I h . ii'i. street- .InhM Knlld.
t;:i i;r w r: - tv.:-'--t7 t
JAJSE.M 6. BliLl 1 .', -,1 '..- - ..l !
ATTOBam-Al-iAW MAYOR. r
. - iij.offioe.'
UTIOkSfii-AT-LAW A Notmry Poblio. I
, -.L I,,.- ' , .r ' umo 10 fuson a iiBUdioi.)
- TTTM-OI 4 WOOBKCFf,5" ' r 1 1
f V ATTORN KY 8-AT LAW. 'l i
rAUCTION AND C0MMISSI0N.
( Auctioneer and Dealer id Roil Estate HooM
7 Bold Uood, Clothing and Kotiuun. '. ,
-Ci oiAwn' . . o. Weet Hroaa ftreet.
bath: rooms:" 1
:sjl barber and flair Drawer. Hot n4 Coli
. iitbl Kaaeineat tomof&a H Min. 1 ?
-j .lu. B0GK BINDERS
D 'Book Binder BlaiA. Jiwfc Manufacturers.
printers and Fublighen.
M4Souta Mich- attest.: J a receiTad.an
li, );"t assortment,, ew. f tflaa, low prijog,;, l.
. . V a. Ia .ftM ii Ar .Aft.9ja .
Is the noted house for good Boots and Shots
'"10 price. ' w btcek justrooeived- - -ti
iiiud 1. ;Jr3iaiJ J7 teatk High street.!
" CQAL DEALERS. '
)vir4tlIIttO iteaSO-n 'J ' t i vi'P-y.i
ivTfX .dealers Uf iuabtrgh aid Ohio Coal. Also.
..Vok.i)rainXiloJ)d,f5U)ner I'ipe, . . .- ,
.y.i ... .... fjo.36! H.th fligh atrsef.!
OOMJUiSSION 1 MERC HANTS,
H I1ICH ASUN, J"a--J ' - !
e Coaimisnoo; Jforirard&ig and frodaooHer
enants dealers iu onufi, k'lour, Aom Stl V, -lirgad
Streat. ' " ....""
' TY- M. BlUKliCutA IV . '
XJ Manulactorere and Dealers ia French, Qer-
Kan ana Ammsu vorseta. ' Also; auop SKirts. 1
i.i: i-T'iti-.n .1HI Opera House.!
11 7 M . KLTUN , j J f.
hnlssala and Retail Dealer tn China.
Qneensware.feilaas, Fiated troods, Lamprand iiauip
rixtnroa. g 8 Q j 4a xarvn tmn atreau
?r y rim , -
Ve Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Crookery, China, Ulaee. Cutlery, ftatei Uoods,"
oat Ud iAiups. e. - v ,
-., (S0 Soath High street.'
,nVv;Vfv DEJSTISIRY.'j' 5V
AaAHAvM At JUAiUaMuia .
t Ho. lit JastHroad itreet.
4b. to be tha 6ea. . -1:1
-W HCNII, DENTIST. The' best styles
''LXeof Dentistry, inolading Dnnn's linprorsj
Itinera! Mate.- Orhoe. 10 and 11 Opera Bluck.
ft- KBBttLV-A 430,
Ve ' Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions,
Oiotbs. Mattings, a hades, bats. Caps and r'ura.
"' oraer Higa aud. friend streets. ',
w T . ' . VSBUAtm c .'.''",
'f"l " '.'.148 iioatSi High street.;
- 1 Carpets Mattings, Oil CloUu,C vtams. (. Ie anu
Y&dqj Dry Ooods. . .. . , -Jy r....- ;
II A. 4t Mf. .., . !
?Xa 'Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 8tapl and
, r aner Dry Uoyds, and aianafaotaren of toadies'
L'loaas. ... itfo.aKiii.HBi,
T UIITH ' IIHV liouua SlOUea
XJ f ;-Erum A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Goods and
. xlot it euam tutirwasiruet. iv:j -i i
'v si ite.yafiuH'i'a.-' ::i-i. .i.
t) Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia DryGoclJa,
aughtooBiuldiiiaV Aoa-11" aud 13K Couth 1LA
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' HrAibinc tiowass.No. Aeil House.
2'lLC:AaA4tTy tjisAAi: AM.
tX Deaiars ia Staplo and laoey Dry Gooda - 1
" " f o-" oouta, liigh street, t
m.V ei'aa'a.AsA.E.1 4Ju. .
.'lis' Foreign and Dosaeettb Wry-Goods, Cloths,
araa etxv ifcin.t-iiWl.rVath cligh suet. t ? i
JAAiflA'W,.-- :'r o j in
' 1'eople'a Drug tore. 380 South Hign St.
sc'rlpiioiis caret ully oomuaded at all houra.
I u-or liKlU SIOKK.
XJ ,,t-juiiir sitaysRTS. i ikjr
agUt4nApothecarjr.-- ' ,
354 North High street.
Attf L.E Ac U 1AOV, , . . . , .
siwiASAiibs nfi 1 Alii im;wio i
lou south High St., Columbus, u,
1asAUI, iSaAltsk A; CA., - , . - !
XJ w ooiesaie and- Ketail Drdggists, and Deales
i a Proprictarr atedicinas. . . . T
S4 North High Sre;et.
.naif i .'..d ENGRAVERS.
KlOHEs A JIlOtfKE,' .
. Designers, Engravers and Publishers., Not.
'riaf and other seals engraved to order.
-,, Nos. Vtl and lo South High street.
1 'idt i
i i i i
ia.mfawanr(aa4l WbelaanOe Sad RataH Dear-
' Ao. 301 South High tot. (jpr House), j
"v Uanulacturersoi firstclass to
ale aunV . ku.,1 wunaiii. 1 and 8 Uwyana
Ulwlr ' -
'TiAr. . Asrlfa.6t4M Ac CO., '.'," !
''Hi ' Dealer. In Mantlea. Stoves and1 House Kui-
aiahing Goods. Aio Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
Tvrare. , t . ft fcast lown .ureet
1 a kens St srcAiivr, . r'. ' ;
i.J , Uous, Jturniahing Goods, llantlea. Grates
Copper, lia And Cheat Jroa, titoves aud Maori ea.
kTon. Tsiiou Auurr.1
,.i AiarUa ano Slate lMUa, Urates, Huves. Hot Air
k uxuaosa, (C . i-urm niga street.
,5Tt tU 9fUVi; V
'J' Manufacturer and Wholerale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zopher
and Faner tiooda, 103 Soatb iiighstr' it.
Dealer in Musioal Herrhandise. Boo) t. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Special Agent
for the celebrated Klias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 810 South Hign street, cor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
al'i tiJssicsaaoaoE. Lmf ,)ffeW lsB s W, Caps,
Furs and titraw Ooods 338 South Hign street.
(iSian Golden Hat.)
1.1 Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAY 11
rl I'Avt MATIS iTl . . .
Corner Fonrtk A Friend sts. Commodious
bouse and axtensire stables . i
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
COMF1 EC riCCX 91CTVAL LII E
(uraoce Company. Assets, $16,c 00.000.
WH. JAH1SOM, Agent. Columbu. U. j
VEWKIRK Ac miLTEKBCKGER,
IT; GEN tBAb XUJNa"a Security Life Insurance
Canrpany. ,7. j j
i ! n.-aupersj. noua.
OME l!SckAkcte-OMtA'l(J OF
. Colnmbns. O. apital and Assets. S46o.614.37.
C. M. BAKEK, Sec'y.
Office, r os. A T Opera House
Wholesale and Retail V illtpery Goods.
Ill 8. High street, t)pera House Block.
tK. A. OOWNING.
JX Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim-)
miogs. jso. oj xnortn uign street.
Dealer in Mi'linery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hiah street.
SCHArHAIKSGN A t OHLLEBEW,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
No- 68 North High street.
MerohaotvTailor and Dealer in Gents Far-
. j .1 I . a l-n .t...k. I : i ou:.
Also agent fur the Diamond Shirts.
121 boutb Bigb street.
THEOHIO R1EKCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways on hand. i
JOHN U. KICKEBACHKK,
r Jdewfcant. laior t4 Uealer in-4)letiDBemd
Ueata Jt'ussiiahing tioods.ij..i. i mu.
No. 61 North High street.
MERCHANT TAILOR. 330 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
no. 65 booth High street, nex' door to rostothce
J? News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind-'
er. Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
331 South High street. -
n PAPER WABBHOUSES. . !
;.. j , s . t . -, i j t - :
INDKEVs, fEKftrtC.,"iJ !
IV Manufactorers and Dealers in Writing, Print-'
Ing and W rapping Papers. 93 A 85 North Higb st.
VINS 4k. MVEKs. ' '
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Worth High street. ,
81 riomh High street.
e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and siie.
Photographs, Ambrotypes. Gems, etc., eto-.
No. 336 South High street.
TTXO gPHYSICIAH.TlX70t3: j
Era. DOWNS, in. d., i
e No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
JF. HAasKlS fc CO.,
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lights A
Co.'s and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs, i
Melodeona and other musical instruments. I
38 North High itreet. j
e, Asent for Chickering's aad Emmerson'sPi-i
anos.'1 Also, Organs, AModeons -aad Sheet Music
31 South High street.
Corner State and men streets.
CHARLEY MYER. Proprietor.
i ETVA SEWING KIACHINED, .
t. Tha beat in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera:
House. W. P1MMEL. General Agent.
WATCHES -AND JEWELRY.
RD. lUftB.ta Ac 4JO..
. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. '
Platedware, Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 Est Town
1 rsiirw,snnm to Wm. Blvnn) dealers in Dia-i
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles, so. l iv en houfo.
Ar4t"L'laUKfcCXi JL. '
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watohes.:
Clocks and Jewelrr. Nr. 11 South High street. ' j
BACWFI' aKOs. oc CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block, lown street. !
REEU.JONfcS AUU., .
MamalsiMawaMand.'Wtratasale Dealers ta Knots
and Shoes. No. a Gwyune Block. Town St. .
NOTICE IS HaVMi-iH Y GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company, :
organised and carrying on business as an indepen- I
dent Banking oinpany at the city ol Cleveland.)
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of uhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate .
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com- :
F-bruary 34thrt4ybetr"desifus ;
vt ialia4Biabisig and alosing iu Bkiua bee. .
to ti ai end nas in pursu- nee oi tne statutes oi ids
said otate of vhio in such case made, paid and re- .
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and aeliveredthe
same to tbe Treasurer ot Stste of the said State of i
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided means and
given security to tbe satisfaction of the Treasurer, ;
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of j
Ohio tot the redemption of its outstanding notaa of
circulation at tbe office of tbe National City Bank .
of cleve'and. at tbe said city of Cleveland, where
said UstlfcaiikillOBBtsd. ! "' i't -"j. '
Uone Oy oraer oi tue omru oi uiraiwn ui uiv
The Sisters of St. Mary',
will oDen their large
and spacious building for tbe reception of pupils on
bus nrst nonday in Septemoer, inuo. rut uuom.ua
Tnition. (76, 8o, (gs aud 90. according to tbe do-
partment of the pupil. SR. ROsE. Sup't.
S. S. PINNEY'3
ANC1NG ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
Fcrjuveoiles, Salordart kfitrDoOTtfrorBf t to S
P. M' -GeoHemea't evenirlg class at AM BOS
HALL, 33d inet., at 8 o'clock P. M. - O0tl4
" FOR SALE.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIYE
and six years' old. Very bandsome, kind and
ci . . s , :dry, GOODS.
; GREAT ;j B AH6 AJtlVS , j
7 vj I lev. -i !..-.- .7n'' ao-. t:
.H..UC :'. .. r. 1H; ..:) . '!:.'
HOLIDAY, S; GOODS
'1 ;-;i;;m' : '.!' .;
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
.1! i-;it:u .1 i; -i -J ). a ' ' !' : - '
;i !; !,;-y; . ::::!.. i 1
vf"Keal iaca HandkeroMefs; ' . ' ' :,U i
initial Handkerchiefs;' " .'. !
Hemmed StiKked Haodkerehief-';
. - T . Barbea and Coffares; :
-y; Real LAieSettasj . .! -.:i r :);1 i T 1
' .-Spanish Lace;' '' '!,! ' ;
''f Changeabla SUki;' ': ;. ; . .;:
'.:, SaksiaaU Colons,-' ..; .. . ,
'' Ladlo and Misses' Scarfs; -: '
"b 'dloves in great variety and styleS; ' '
Harri ' and Alexandre's Kids; , , .
. r Large and atuastire stock of Shawls;
.t f . " .
;i j Broehe and Paisley Shawls; ; k:, .-r
Elegant Robes. .
Oi !.!. ;-. ' ...t:o ,t.ii'! .". !!!.:. j
.7 ; ; !-!, ' - i i! 7'i j.J' i
( ti, . ..i i .i -in-itiiriot.
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
.m -':! ii ) :::
A r 4.5o Ver PAIXt : -
i yiTrtif.R-mi-.JI " tf .T tuf. '.
I tiUit' mht jr.t-, . .iiti r - -v ';'
' We have In stock a full line of Underwear: for
Ladies', Gents' and Misses. '
GILOHKIST, GRAY A CO.,0
oot7-d3m Noa.33.ita.27 A as South Highs .
:t.:t."v .- - ' ' .i.t T'-.. i 'V.i;e
!v: .! .!:. nr : -.t.n . T . ' '
A f-t.'. m i - T.irf
niT .7 '". ,1 - . -it li
L. .';','"' : .' v "T:" ' ; ,,J; -;; ;
FALL " AND WINTER
'.,1 ir. : .-v.. . 'i !.:.:
. i .: '."'i '.- 7 1 .!-.: i ; : . i
:.i - i 5 ;::;:!. 'l i- ' . !..(',. .
TO BUY AT ' !
N A U GH T O N ' S !
Purenasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited
t call and examine tbe ( '
'. ...' r . :'l u : . - '. . - ; V '
y, DRESS G00DS'...".......;....CHEAP1 , j
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
,. ,DOME8TICS..w...... CHEAP i
;ii EVERYTHING CHEAP i '
J Ml . I i" : I- .
.-J ' ii ii1 1 ' '. y. ' '. i i , - ' Li. .... '
JAMES ; NAUGHTON,
tta & 122 Son Hi Hlarb Street,
ti , - 1 (.
t i';; SEWING MACHINES..
In no previous year has there
been such strong competition among
all the leading Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of. this country and
Europe as the present. At all tins
'principal ' Exhibitions and Fairs
they met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
and. the result was unanimously in
favor of the' i Florence- Reversible
Feed Lock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. It received the First and
Highest Prize as . the best Family
Sewing Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Uni-
verseUe, Farli f American Institute
Fair, 1 New York f Xew England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
It. I. ; the JFew York State Fair, at
Buffalo f the Great Annual Fairs
of : New England, viz. that of the
Mechanics' Association', at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Ins'.itute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks' Session
on tlte 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously1 awarded it the "GOLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers. , !
" -' i
It would seem as if this succession of tri
umphs should be saffloient to convince) every
unprejudiced person of tbe great superior
ity of the FLOJEEHCE over all others aa
Family Sewing Machine. .....
JL written warranty la given to th pur
chaser, that tha Machine WILL DO ATiTi
that Is claimed for It. and should it fail, it
will be taken back, and the MOSEY &B
T0H"DED. , .
Principal Offlf smsl sTofnsrotina, JTo. SS Wemt
mntrth Street, CtnetMnmO, O. - - i '' j
H. McCOlYIfELXi, General Agent,
At the Ohio State Fair, which closed at Toledo,
September SSth. 18SH, the FLORENCE received
the FTRST PREMIUYfoi the best Family Sewing
Machines over seven competitors.
Send for a circular, or call and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms, .-
91 Eaat State S Colirmbne, Ohio.
- W. S. BB0WN, Agent. V -
n An kinds of stitching done to order, and
atisfaction' guaranteed. octS4-d3m3tawTA3
WHY ENDURE i
A LIVING DEATH!
Th. confirmed dysoentic may almot say with St.
Peter. 1 die daily." The obieet of this article is
not to remind hiraof'i I . his lianas. bat tosbow
him how tobanisb them la forever The means
of immediate and permanent relief arc proffered
him in . , . . , ' . ,.
iiiMStsai; a amm I
GERMAN BITTERS !
laiJ U I. rhM t aa..l.V. ka ...t!.a
a atnflnM 4k livlnap rlaa Vl M (m nta KiMiealf 1m
w aw a v usa. uvsiih, vi wv f iaej muiBtiu AH '
iilioa to lender ecuciablf . l t : : - t
Of tha efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom-
achie are to be found in every city and town in the.
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from tortnre by its use, and eager to bear
testimony to its tiM w tues. It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, in this epeoial par-
ucuiar it is not aioonone.
For such constitut ions and systemsas require for
their iavigoration a diffusive stimulant.
.. ' ' ' HO OFL AND'S li
r..f '." 'ii;i..-i t.i!i-il !.' '-i'l
GERMAN TONIC !
Has heeh provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution bv a spirituous
agent, nursed of all deleterious constituents. The
patient, in choosing between these two great anti-
nuwe, BDuum do guiue i djuii own ruaauiuu, ii in
a very low state from debility; the Tonic should be
his selee ion: but in eases where the emergency is
not so Dressing, tbe Bitters ia the soeoifie reanired.
Thousands find infin- gT ite benefit from tak
ing eaoa in turn. vsv There is no phase of
indieestion. biliousness, nervous disease or oaysi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or combined they WU1 not etteot
euro; - -;- -
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments wuioh interfere with enjoyment; caat gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
oi uie ana. in soon, oecome a
,NEW; MANv r . "
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable iavigarauts and cor
rectives' ' -
HOOFLAXD'S - GERM : BITTERS.
. . . ..
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debilitv. and
all the oomplaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in trie liver, the stomach and the
Doweis, are eradicated ny a course oi mis great
Which not only combat and oonauers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tbe system, bnt
is tbe best known safesuard against all unhealthy
tnfljences. Persons whose occupations and dui-
8uit suojeot them to the depressing effects of a
close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take itreg-
a arlv as a orotection against the low fevers and
otqer uisoraera wnion maisria engenders, inva
lids who are ,
Witnont anvrTOcciBi comrlaint. exceot asrAdaal
rlsanlifnaatiiMi air1 Krulilw rt-v K tsnrl namrnna anatww
will find in the BIT- T TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as tr refreshing and exil-
eratmg as a pool in tne desert to the tand-scorcaed
and tainting travelers.
GERM AIM BITTERS
Is compose! of the Dure iuices Cor. as thex are me
dicinally termed, Extracts), of KHty, Herbs and
Bark, making & preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free iron Alcoholic aa mixture of &nj
v ; HOPPLAND'S ;
, - . JBit-
ls a combination of all the ingredients of the "
ters. with the purest Quality of Santa Crus R
Orange, etc.. making one ot tbe most Dleacant n
ureeabie remedies ever offered to the on blie
rnese remeaiea win enectua iv cure Aiivor uom-
plsint, Janndioe, Dys- . pep.-ia, ( Chronic or
N ervons D e b i 1 i t y , ' : La ' Chrome Diseases1 of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aria. nit from adiaor
derod Liver or stomach. ., . ,
''i ' ' as Uonstl '"' ' '
..i..' . pation. Inward I ; :
Piles. Fullness of . ,
. i . . Blood to the Head,
' ' ' Acidity of the Stomach.
' . ' ' Kausea. Heartburn. Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the '
, Stoinacb, Sour eructations, Sinking j
or Fluttering at the pit of, the Stomach,
Kwimming of the- Head. Harried arid Uifiienlt
Breathing. Flattering at the Heart, Choking or
Sntlooatiug sensations wnen in a laying rosture.
Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs belore the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Paia in the '-
. Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat.
' Burning in the Flesh, .
ings of Evil, and . r
Great Depres- ' ,,
sion of ' '
. Spirits, !
Thevars the Greatest and Best : - .
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keen four Blood Dure. Keen
your Liver in older. f Keep your digestive
organs in s sound, healthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will evtr
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong b v the use of either of these rem
edies. Tbey will cure every case of MARASMUS
Thousands of eertificates have accumulated in
the ban.ts of thejnroprietors. but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 hose, it will be
observed, are men of note and ofjsuch standing that
iney must ne nenevea.
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes-
; .; ' umony I. . .
f HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice ol the Supreme Court of Penosyl
Tenia, wiitss ;
. ' . PHiLADSLrHiA. March 16, 1867.
1 find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
io, useful in diseasos at of the digestive or
gana, and ot great ben- B va eht in cases ot debit
ltr and want of nervous action in tbe svstem.
Yours truly, BUEO, W. W OODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennaylvania.
Philadelphia.. April 88, 1808.
I consider "Hoofland's German Witters" a valua
ble medicine in oses of attacks of Indigestion or
Drspepsla. 1 can certify this from my experience
of iu Yours, with respect.
.-:.. JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: i
Philadelphia. Se 1. 14,1867. ;
; "Hoofland's German Bitters'' is a very useful ar
ticle aa a tonic and as an appetiser. It i- not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all ago. Ks pectfully yours,
. JAMEo ROoS SftOWDEN.
.... - v . '
' Hoofland's German Remedies ere connterfeited.
See tht tbe signature ot C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of U each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. .... ,
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.. ..(1 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doxen 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half dosen for $7 50. .
Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine. , .
FOB SALE jiT ALL DEUGGISJS
i - And Dealers in Medieinoa everywhere.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
FLORENCE, Nov. 13th, 1868.
.. .The opening of the Italian Chambers,
fixed for the 24th ipst., approaches with
out any particular eigne of agitation or
strong interest. There are two matters
on which it is said that attacks on lhe
Government will be based,, and- those
are the Tobacco convention and the Ro
man question. A regard the first. Sij1
nor Lanza, the ex-Minister and' ex-President
of the Chamber, who ratted from'
the ranks of the Moderate p'.ty oa the
Tobacco Bill, and, in cornpany with La
Marneora, Sella, and two or three other'
malcontents, voted with Kattazzi and
the extreme left Signor Lanza, it is
reportedwill askthe. Minister embari
rassing questions - of a nature - to- elicit
the fact that undue henefits occurred to
certain persons in consequence of that
operation. As promising scandal, such
an interpellation would excite tha pubf
lie interest, which would be farther stim
. alated were there grounds to believe thai
a case could be made out ; sufficiently
strong to overthrow or shake the min
istry. ' There is no reason," however, to
anticipate this, or to doubt the integrity
of the men now in power.. . The tobacco
contract has been a' favorite grievance
with the Opposition, on account of the
alleged exorbitant interest' paid on the
loan connected with it. The most out
rageous statements have been made with
. respect to the rate, but in fact, it is not
greater than the Government must hare
paid had it gone into the- market for
money in the ordinary war. ana as no
body can deny that it Was1 essential to
get the money, there in reality no
gronnd of complaint. -If malpractices
can be proved it is another question, but
it would be very, premature to believe
that they can, on the mere report of .Sig
nor Lanza having made a discovery not
unlikely to prove a mare s nest. ,
A With respect to the Roman question
there have been for months past 'many
rumors, propogated as to unworthy con
descension on tne part ot the JHenaDred
Government towards France. There is
not a shadow of proof forthcoming that
anything of the kind has been done, or
that any fresh step has been made in
the affair since the project of a modus
vxoendi sent to Fans towards the close
. of, last- January, a project .which .the
French.,, Government is known to' have
approved, but which it seems never to
have, endeavored to set accepted by the
Pope. 'The only plausible ground of
complaint against the Italian Cabinet is
that it has carried out its . part ot tne
September Convention by paying the
interest. on the share of tha Papal debt
.corresponding to the annexed provinces,
while the French, on tbe contrary, were
in persistent 'violation of that Conven
tion, 'by' retaining their troops in Rome,
Concerning this a great 'deal j may be
Baid, and it must be looked upon,- from
the .Italian point of view, as one of the
Uovernment s weak points, put Mena-
bred has had a very difficult course: to
steer during: his year of omce, and the
undoubtedly bad terms npon which bis
, representative at -Jraris is with the 1 nil
leries seem r to argue against the proba
bility of having made concessions that
could possibly be avoided. VVemay ex
pec't 'early questions upon the 'State of
ic , ' A ti j.-i rll t.-.
anairs, wiku respect to Attune, anu it wui ue
for the Government's own interest to make
the most explicit declarations ' possibla,
so long as they shall tend to prove that
It has acted with courage and self-reliance,
and has not trucklea to France.
If it cannot do so its position will be
damaged, for jealousy and impatience of
French influence and intermeddling were,
perhaps, never stronger in Italy than at
the present time.' Many indications of
this, of a public and unmistakable na
ture, which have occurred . at theaters
and elsewhere, have been related to me
by trustworthy eye-witnesses, during the
few days that have elapsed since my re-
turn to Italy The general sentiment
with respect to Rome has ionud expres
sion,' during the recess, in the speeches
of Ministers and of prominent members
of the. Chamber. Ibe -trench semi
official press did its best to neutralize
the effect of the words spoken by Broglio,
.he Minister of Publie Instruction, and
t give currency to an incorrect version
of his speech more suitable to their
views : but these devices imposed npon
nobody,- and it remains a recorded fact
that he energetically reiterated and af
firmed the Italian claim to Rome. The
retention at Rome of French guards fojr
the Pope causes all the more irritation,
because it is here felt and known.that
their removal would in so degree en
danger his safety,. and that another As
promonte or Montana is not to be fear
ed. - The Government - is quite strong
enough to suppress any turbulent Gar
ibaldian element that , might raise' its
head if the French were to sail from
Civita, and, moreover, there, is no rea
son to believe that a . fresh enterprise
would have the sanction of Garibaldi
himself.' The improved 6ta'te of things
in the Itomagna, dne to the energetic
measures taken and to the activity ol
General Escoffier, and ' the capture of
numerous brigand chiefs ' in the Neapd
litan provinces, haye given an increased
feeling of security, and have shown a
determination on the part of the execu
tive power to make itself felt when nec
essary. As to connivance with at
tempts upon the Pontifiical. state,
.similar to that with which Rattazzi was
charged, the present Government is not
suspected of it, even by its greatest ene
mies. . Considering, too, that at the
very worst, supposing the Pope men
aced,' the French could again be on
guard around the Vatican within forty
eight hours of the news reaching Paris,
it is not surprising if the Italians inter
pret their continued presehce in Rome
as an unnecessary and deliberate out
rage upon their feelings,and if according
ly bitterly resent It. 'Such is the ill
feeling thus generated that if war broke
out between France and Russia (of
which, happily, there now seems daily
less probability), and if . it were an-H
nounced that Italy's Government had
cast in her lot irrevocably with the lat
ter power, the news, pregnant though it
would be with perils to this country,
would be received from North to South,
from the Alps to the Adriatic, .with one
. general burst of approbation, . and ap
plause. - If ' domestic ' Considerations
prevent the Emperor Napoltion from at
present withdrawing his forces,' it is to
be hoped that,when the general election
shall have been held in France, he will
see the wisdom of removing that, con;
stant cause of sore annoyance.,' By his
present course he is making a bitter and
vindictive foe of a nation which cerj
taiiily is indebted to him,' and which lie.
might convert at least r into '.a'.' friendly
neutral, if its otuec , obligations and
financial position prevented it from be
coming, upon occasion, a willing and
active ;.ally -n Manila xinlr.j-s-f ''?' )
i T .1 VtfVj
I 1 )' ' 1 i
CUSTOM AND ; READY-MADE I
THE OHIO ,
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.
185 OPERA BOVSEJSLOCi,
t-' -.i . Celnmksa, Out.
i -. i- v.' 1 n't t,tM I i
A SCPKRB NEW STOCK of CLOTHS,
'(.assimerefl. Overcnatinir anil VA.t.in.a hntli
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear-)
1 GENTLEMiECf OF FASHIOIT : I
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be ia the height of the mod.. . We s iall. spare
D0psiD8 io producing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to Be lound anywhere 1 -
: . .:niJ ,11 I: hi! ilii
"'H AriYkM A IIR nT.nTRTwr
- , v . . J W A AAAM fc I
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves.
UK we latest and most tasnionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all Aha varieties
oi tne season, at very low prices.
t:.- 4 1 li ' l: i. ..i.-ut i ji
GENTS' FTJBNISHIKG GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand.
. usniii mm, Bupenntenaent.
. JOHN RICH Treasurer. . ........
' - W . G. PtKKS, Foreman.' ' ' '
oct23-deod3m i .:; .. ,-, 7'"b ;
FALL AND ; WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
r HAVE JUST U E C E I V E D
A largest and finest stock
of Fall and Winto
(roods ever brought to this city, consisting of
BVenOh, . ' : -'Wi j?::.:-.: t- 7,1
,En;lilA and "
. ;., llomestio Cloths,
for Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the Iovs.
est Cash prices. . ' - - - ., ,ti
. Also keep constantly on hand A well selected
tfoekoi ' . ., - . i
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
-. JOHN HUNTER.'.
ju2i-dly .. 820 South High etrs?. !
BOOTS AUD SHOES.
T. 8. BEFARD.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOtS.
TR. SHEPAH.I HAT7n FOKnED
a .partnership with (i. H0K1GER, for tha
purpose' of carrriug on the Boot and Shoe trade at
. ... )( ... - 1 I J I C -M I
XO. 163 SOUTH HIGn JTBEET,
Wonld respectfully invite their friends and th
public ger.erally to call and examine theirfiueand
well selected stock of Ladies'. , dents'. Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which they are now-offering
for sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
m- , ?UST0M MADEiVOBK. . ,.
' 'Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
- We would respostfully aolioit a share trf public
pattonage. .Please give us a call. No trouble to
show goods.-1- i : , i v t
Remember the place : No. 183 South Sigh street.
SHfcPAKD A HOKlHtSK.
Columbus, 0. Sept. H, 1888. sepI3-dt
: arid a a bl bus. ' oharlkr b: bellowh.
. .t. O. F. L- BtlTbSB-. ..- .!
If A.UVT, RELLOW8 A BITTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Woe. SIS Ac 218 8onl Hisrk St.,
', . , . . , COLUMBUS, OHIO.
(7Afr extentie Manufactory it at th foot of
bout street, on tto vanatj - -
'Their husiness transactions, both Wholesale and
Ketail, new extend tbrouaiiout the States oi Ohio,
Penasylvania and Indiana. ' They manulactare
PARLOR. BEOROQM,: DININGR00M,: .HALL. ANO
... t... ; K1ICHEN fURNIHRE, , . ,
f ' all slassee and even- design of superior work
msnsbip and finish. Also. Cane-Seat ' Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and Retails
febS-decdlv - --r .. .--.- i - -
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
, '..'. : OCR, IVHUK1, tc.
MW T ,. . . , st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, a c, etc.
F F ICE
Near West End of Nal'l R ad BrldareB
''" ' ' C0LVHRV6' cum. ' '
febls-deodlv . - . . -i - -
W. B. BB00IS. . ALBI. IIOTSTON. TH. B. 8L. J
J . : JO W yf,.B . BROOKS,
: Cor, Kicb AHifhBta.(Celumbu .
DEALERS IS""' -'
NEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND M IA
Island Sugars. Coffee, Teas Spices. T Vace : :
f- rjionoxta, cfco. . .-ii-
fehfi-lv ... I
-' 4 ' Fourth Wire-!, near ITIaln,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1
T HIS POPULAR HOUSE'cENTRALLa'.VO
cated and convenient t business, and to all
points of travel, , is tbe most desirtable stopping
place tor persons visiting tbe citv. No pains will
he spared U make tbe stay ot guests' 'pi en wan t in
ever oar,tio. li. -. uyl3-dem '
Eesolution to Contract." '
Resolved. That the City Ijivil' Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorized anc directed to contract in
the name of tbe eity of olumbus, with Peter
Eagan. for building a double row flag crossing
.cross Center alley on the north ,ide of Long
street, upon tbe following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per cubic
For boulder paving. Forty cents per , square
j-"'- - ..... - .: ,.'
i or nagging, ia weaee wiae, cu oeais pec nueai
foot. , , I
Adopted Nov. . 18D. ' vi-,i.h
AUesi: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk. I
Eesolution to Contract""
Resolved. That the "Cttr Civil 'Engrhecr be' and
hereby authorised and. directed to eontraet
the name of the city of Columbus, with . Jc ha
M arphy. for grading and paving the unpaved side
walks on the west sida.ot Sixth street, lraiu 1'nar.
street to Rich street, upon lhe following terms, to
wit: .'..in i
tor excavating or arading. forty oents perou.
r or bricks aid. u w per toousaaa.
Adopted Nov. 23, 1808.
.... Attests L K. WILSON. 9
novM-dlt . , -.. .- Citr Clerk.
-'Resolution to Contract. JO : j
...Bjmntnta That 'the--City-Civil ' Bagineep"tl
and bo is hereby authorised and directed to-eon.
trace in tbe name of the city of Columbus, with
josepb Hartman for Toworing tVe crossing across
Mound street. Mine eaetsruooi ruga sireet.taoor
respond with the N icolsou pavement, upon the i ol '
lowing terms, to-wit f ' - ,
Thirty-nve dollars, complete. , ?. t J;iJ i,,...,
Adopted Nov. 23, 1868. . ' ' '
Attest:- L. . WILSON, City Clerk. -. i
a Ahi.'s-i i Vt' vaZ ei Kih mo.)
FEMALES, ' CfWrNG -TOTHE
peculiar arid important relations iwliicb.
they sustain, their peculiar organizatitm
and the offices tne'y perform,' art) Subject
to many sufferings." Freedom from these
contriDute in. . no small aepree, q tneir
happiness and. welfare, jfor none" can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, but $o
one of these various female' complaints
can long be' 'suffered 'to run onvithopt
involving the 'general health .of ..the in
dividual, and erelong producing-permp-nent
sickness ati3 premature deelineNor
is it pleasant to consults physician ibrflie
'relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon theJ most tirgeni nKcessfty
will a true woman' so :fa'r' V8Sfic'oT her
-' ,-' 4i -- ri.riiUT t:4t.L..'rti, -tT,
greatest charm as to do. this. 1 he sex
; vfll then thank us or plapinff in. their
hands simple specifics which will be
found effioacipus, in relieving and. curing
AHnostjeverydOn f; Uiose trjoublesotjie
complaints peculiar to the sex. . J. o'f
- TTnnrlrerla RiifTVr nn
hundreds of others apply,yainly to drpg
gists and doctors, who etnerimernly,tn
tatalize them with the hope of .a cure or
apply remedies which make them worte.
I would not wish to assert any thirig that
would do injustice to the 8.6licfed;'but I
am bbiiged'to' say that' althougTi ti?ay
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of? , the powersof 'llti,'' Iaoiious ,em-
ployment, unwholesorae- awanii .ioop,
. profuse menstruation, the, iise.of , teand
1 -coffee, and. frequent childbirthibi ia,lr
oftener cansed 'by -direct 'writatfierayap-
pfied f of ; t ncj iniidous 1 Metabraue -'tTthe
vagihaitself." bt,:u "i"9 .
. When reviewing the causI"6f ''thele
distressing cornplafnfsi'iVis mbst painful
to contemplate .the attnant ,, eyus con
t sequent upon them., .. Jt ia but pimple
justice to the subject to,pumamtt a, few
of the many additional cansesr,wblchao
'largely affect the life, health stad happi
"jness of woman in all classes ot-sbclety,
" and which, consequently, affect more or
,' less directly, the welfare of the'entire
human family.: The mania that exists
for precocious education and marrwgj,
causes the years that nature designed
' for corporeal development .to be war(i
"and perverted in the restraints ofdne,
the early confinement of school,' ahd 'ei -rpecially
m' the 'nhh'e'altny'eieitetn'et.t of
"jjthV balI:room':Thus,,'iwair lhe''
half clothed, and "the mind 'ntifiuTjr et
..ci ted. , by ' pleasure, , perverting , in inia
; night revel the. boars designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work; of destruc
tion is half accomplished. . ,.Y
' -'In consequence- Uf this nearly strain
'' npon her system,-unnecessary effort "ts
required hy the delicate votary1 to ro.
tain her situation, in Bchool-t a latr
day, thus aggtAvating the. evik?; "When
one excitement is over, another ia pros-
- pective keeps the mind morb Wily i sensi
tive to impresBios, while the -rspw. coil-
.. stant' restraint of. fashionable t dress,, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indjs
, pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; ,tlie.'ex
posureto. night air j the sudden change
of temperature; the complete prostr?
tion produced by?, excessive 4 dancfn,
.' must, of nocessity,'produ'ce their" legiti
mate effec.""At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery and: the un
f 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 of onr young
"women."-' '-r- '7 " ; - "'" " "'"-i'3
' ' ixing before the ability to exercisethe
functions of the generative organs, tbey
-require an education of their peculiar
nervons system, composed of .whah.is
- called the tissue, which is, - in cornmon
with the female breast and lips, eviden-.
ly under the cpntrol of mental emotieis
and associations at an -early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these erootions,:iwhen 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 :: Leucorrho3a,:-,iToo,.Prfus
Menstruation,- Exhaustion, Too, :Ing
Continued Periods, for Prolapsus and
. Bearing Pown, or Prolapsus Uteri,, we
offer the most, perfect specific 'Jinqwn :
JIelmbold's Compound Extbactop
. Huchu. Pirections. for -use, .diet, pi&
. advice,, accompany; ?r'y i.ioa
Females in every period of life, from
ipfancy. to extreme old age, will find it a
remedy 'to aid pature rn the discharge of
' itsfunctions:'?' Strength ii the glorjbf
'manhood arid 'wbmahhobd'llrhLMBOL'ifs
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: anferc Hblibbolb's Extract- Bu?hu,
; having received tlie indorsement ofe
; most prominent physicians In the IfniWd
States, is now offered '(!eafnictvJd, h'ti
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. lty , 31enUl and 'Physical Uepresatop,
Imbecility Detenninatron of. Blbodtto
the ' Ilead, Confused. Ideas,; liysteriR,
.Geaeral Irritability,' Restlessnecsvand
L Sleeplessness fit night, Absence :a Mus
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, pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, ,Disor-
j gauisation jpr Paralysis ot the Qrgans g
, yeueratipn, .jl'alpjution .,, fWijtarj;,
aud,, in fact, all Ue ,concomitnta '.a
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