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TEKMW Caest ls Advance. ' X
rOtfiY Wtlwsii UJ.Txn'y M
.tin J . ; ; six months.,,,,,,,.,,,.;,- , 54
slivered my Carrier, per week...
W UUT 6TATK3M AH, par TMr'.' .'...;, . (4
. . ix month., .v.. S S3
one jor ... ,A I 0
Ten oopie one jeaj- iwu.,y.wi.H M
J uVEBIlStys , RATES FOB DAllV TATtSMAN
s oof h ot'wwom
0U i60 l
i -.B6 mm
S4l M 00
90 f Of 41 50l
! MM ICO
S UO 001
j&iOCal KOticbb, U eBDtoprlie eoh hwertidhj
Aotsbtmus kif8roB Tbi-Wmi,tStat-i
Man T6ecDU puiiin taeh fosertion: for three
month or longer. timiM of on-balf from OitUj
, JktW.- ... - r '
; ApvrtisIn3 fob Tuut Btatiskah 1.co
, Ber aqure for first iniwrtktn.,76 null for ok od
itioDAi lDsertioa. -.
BuBUiKaa AoricKS.MoeDtfMh inMrtion
t . XoTicisoF Dkatbsi, SOeeoiA. : ,! ... ;
2," NoTicng of Makbiages, cento. i ,,
IJ.JlBiJGiorg NoTios. bif priea.
'jili transient adverttsemtaU mmmt pmii for mi
ttk.tHt (Aeyart oidend. - ; .-.,.t.- .
.tAiiJ ARCHITECT." J" 1
' 'T? " BKWOKKII,
Arehiteot, Uitl taciaMT, AeiT'Tf -'
Uatoe onctbe SaAionAai.xohai8eBaak7 '
Offiee. Jio. fcUhouUi . i,. ,hUm Amliaa SnililJ
t Ajrxiis a. Btrt,li; ' i .t a
.VVWattD UsLlNi,' . a T
r-JCA. jAIIWaUIJtX-AT-LAW, A Notary PubHos "
. --Office in Parsen's Baiidinflb
,P, . ,-i J, s,mt i ,
WlLkON dc WwOMiDrFi'' ' ' - ''."
' r. ATTOBHKY8-AT LAW ' '.
Offiee hoth High street. Am bos Baildlhgv
AUCTIQN; -AND .COMMISSION.
O Atieaeer and Dearer is'SMl Estate 'House
hold Uoods, Clothing aad iMotiuua,
-.-, . t. , - , , ,StJ Bread sareet.
BATH ROOMS, i
rl " 1 -r "
ilEWHGE MA VEIL- . , , . . ,.,
VT Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Colu
-fcaths. Basement Postofflce Baildin.
:: book, binders;,;
10 ieekBinim t BlaaJc Book Manufacturers,
J'rintwd,i;bijhe,;i,t , . .
, . Opera BniHing.
B00TS & SHOES. .
TIT t..Ti Wtft,E.IABB8v4fc 30., '"
144 Soutu High Atrae. Jajt reeeiTed, aa
elegant assortment. xew iylas.,iQW jKioe.. jUa
dies, fjleaae call.
lilHt UA& JC 14).'9 -.--,.-
Is the noted .house far a nod Bouts and Hboee
at low prices. New Stock juxtruerjred- .,
' STB Sputn UigB street.
COAL DE AtREiS.
ROBattHMG at OO 4 OU f I
..Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. gAlaa,
sUoke, Dram Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe,
.awAi:N.sj8i ffirth Huh street.
H,j (ITCH At. gtOM T i - '-.t .:
' CommUsion, Fortrarding and Prod ue Mer
chants, dealer in orain. Flour, &a ST, W. Broad
street- . 3 - ---."i .
DHMlJliliSalun v-.rT .- '
e Manutaoturera and Dealers in French, Get
amaana A mesioea cruets.' Also, Huop ckirw. ",
- r .aomi I p-iai Opera Mouses -
-".J OROCKERy, ; &c
71 WbuiesAle Aad Retail 'Dealer ia China,
Qneei.sware, Ulas, 1'iated Uoods, Lamps and Laiup
lutiures. ' 4a Nona high street.
tt 'A. rtAt,
m ,i porter aud Waeiele and Retail 'Dealer
in Crockery. China,. Uhua.UuiWr, PUved Uoods,
Coal OU Lamps, Ao.-"T -" - r
. , , ISO South High steeet. 7.
O., , ,W . 1J N H, DEN'iiai.-H'he best styles
e. of Dentistry,, iuuluding Dunn's Imprerea
klineral Plate. Umoe, 10 sud 11 Opera lilucK.
i ..DRY. GOODS.
C 'EBEHEK 4k CO.,,
e ' Dealers in Dry Guvds. Notions.' Csroels. Oi.
tiotha, loauiBgs. bhades.- Hats. Cap ud Furs.
tWfuersligMUaeitaureee...i:i : :
J.D. usBuiMfc. V., ..
"-- - ;-- - It South High stjeeU.
Carpets Mattings, Oil Clotna,Uurtins, jta. le ano
lt'ava Dry Uoods. . . ., -?
M . 4X W . fl. I A I)
W holesAle mnd KeutU Dealers ia Staple end
i.llae.AI.uuA - auJ isaantaAtiiraN nf I ....?
AA Wholesale and ReiaU Dealer ia BUj
Fancy Dry- 4ioods,-aad atanutaoturers of 1
Cloaaavi r., ,ii mi s 123 5. Higa s.
IOUnl'lA Ol'. llUk' luOoslOttE,
X! F. Avrum Ce. reasli dealers in Dry Goods and
AoUvJuvlosoouui fourta eueet.!n r -
-Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
ritrrWa hinl liiia hn iW ami is toouth H.gh
treev . , r,i ,..t.i .... . . !
KA.1 A UH AL.Vt IbMll -.'..- -.
Dealer is etapl and Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents' J urnishing buuds. A o. 0 A eu House.
. . SAAJAAAASAiA, AAA.'4k -.,
10T Dealers ia STApia and Fasey Dry Goods. -No.
aa aouth High street.
X.a ' Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
X urn, etc. uv .i am oi-uu mga Hrceu -
JUUirHMilli - - . - r
People' Drug Store, SS0 South High St. Pre.
- 1 - " -
ntfOT llUKU STOKE. '
k - JOHN 8. hyUFIETS, . .
Druggist and Apothecary.
n ... SorthfliatoeeU
AHfUt at aagi'Si45i, - :
jT UVUOAU dS stai 1 AIL, f KU UU1B1B,
loo tioum High ot.. Columbus. O.
i ssasjm. assscsjav dc c-u.. .
AJ' ' Wholesale and Uetail Druggist, and Dealer:
l u rruprieiary. Aieaicuies.
" 84 North High street.
. -A . BSIAAACM Jk fflOliSAE. '
it Designers, k.nrTer and Publisher. Nota-
rial ana other seal engraved to order;
N oe. 101 and 10 South High street.
; FURNITURE, &c.
VJ Maoufaeturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers ia sunuure. Cioaurs. AiaMraases, ei.
No. X01 South High fcl. toper House).
vJ MauutaetariM-.ai flratelAAs Farniture. Whole
sale and ..Betail V arwooui. 6, 1 ana 8 Uwnue
HOUSE FURNISHING, .
j, . - m- 1. w E JA,,
Jll Dealer, in Mantles. kHeves and House Fur
L.: .. 1' II... Tin ( ' i . ' I . ,
Biiuiuiuinw. .w,vwif ana oue,xrv
n bcw. r i lown street
A House Furnishing Goods. Mantles. Grates,
Copper, Tin and. bbau Iron, Stoves aud ilsntles.
..... j. -.- - - SUB South High street.
kiarbloand blate aiaDties,Urates, Sk ves. Hot Air
f UfDAcee, co... au n ura mgn sueet,
llanafActnrar and Wholenle Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
and FaneT Goods, 103 Soath Hinhstf jt.
Dealer in Ma?icI Merchandise, Boole. Sta
tionery and Faney Goods generally. Special Acent
for the eelebratwl Elias Hove Gold Medal Sewing
Msehine. No. S10 South Rich street, cor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
t or ana Straw boooi xai booth rlifrn street.
(Sum Golden Hat.)
VFATIONAX. HUT EL,
X Opposite Depot.
H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
nlvAjto'Hk'rEiHHOf'ill.f f m j
Zls.TTE.EH HOUSE, -Corner
r'eorta A Friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables .
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
CONNEOriCUT BlUTCAL LIFE
aranee Company. Assets, $18,000,000.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Columbon. O.
EffKIBK Sc niLTEXRERGER, .
Coataaay. r-. t i l No. S Opera Bouse.
TTWinE YlStTA,CE' COMPAQ If OF
I ' I 1 i : .1 A ...... ,jtt; ctj
W. C. M. BAKlEK, Seo-y.
umoe. mii.iit upera rlonse
Wholesaierasd Retail illlltory Goods.
181 S. Bieh street. Opera House tiloek.
ia. uesierin Aiiiunery, siraw uooas ana i rim
mings. So- 67 Morth High street.
JII . W1LKIC,
e Deslor in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd raney Uoods. 130 Sonth Uikh street.
SCH AFHAf'SEIM dc AOHLLEBE,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in ttenta' Fur
no- oo in ortn ruga street.
Merebmatfl'aitor and Dealer 4n Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. 'Also axent for the Diamond Shirts.
lax Soutn Hah street.
THE OHIO HEBCHtNT TAlLOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 S. His-h t. Genu'
suit made to order. Bady-made Clothing al
ways on nana.
OHN 41. KICKED BACH EH,
J 'terrkAm.4-iioT suit iJsaier in Ctfltbi&I 4h3
mo. oi norm men street.
MERCHANT TATLOt. S20 Sonth Rich .t.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
Annie few s tc niJLi,
News Dealers. Koolrselliim And Sfjtf inner.
No. 66 South High street, nexr door to Postoffice.
X? News Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind-
Publioation in both Uerman and bng.ish.
A N DREWS. ffiKKt CO.
aa. Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 834 85 North High su
rvi a wins at. iti i rius.
1.1 Dealers in Printins. BooV. Writinv and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North High street.
1LDWDI A-VI KVCNIt.
61 South High street.
PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 Sonth nish street.
Pictures made in every style and sise.
Photographs, Ambrotypea, Gems, etc., etc.
No. 23 South High street.
En. downs, fli.
No. S ODera House. TreAts Diseaxes of the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diaesaes
of Women and I'hiMren.
Jr. HAHHI8 ic CO.,
. Wholesale and Retail dealer for Lishte A
Co.'s and Haines h Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
llelodeons and other musical instruments.
38 North tlign ttreet.
sj. woo OS,
. Asent for aChickering's and Eauuerson's Pi
i. Also, urgans,
Melodeons and Sheet Music
SI South High street.
RESTAURANT.' u "lf
liorner stale and uisn streets.
CH RLE V MYER, Proprietor.
A EIIA SkWlNU MACHINES,
rV The best in the world. Nos. 1 and Opera
House. W. PI MM EL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Rl. UU.VBlIt dc CO..
Dcalera in Fine Watehefl. Clocks. Jewelrv.
Platedware, Spectacles, tc. No. 11 Ea.t Town
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spoc-
UIUIDB. VI. i- C 1 1 uuuroi
PA .-dr. A, A.E,"tt;itlX, . w
Wholesale And Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv. No. 71 South High street.
BAiMCitora- iiito.i. dc co.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Uw.rnue Block, town street.
REED, JONES tc CO., .. ; ."?
'Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. . No. S.Uwynne Block. lown St.
NOTICE IS REKEBr GIVEN TO
all whom it n concern, that the City Bank
of Cliveland. an Independent Banking Company,
erganizeu And carrying on business as an Indepen
dent, banking company at the city ol Cleveland,
Obio.under an sot of the Gei.eral Assembly of the
said Stale of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tne mate tfanK ot unto ana otner rmnaing void- ,
eaniSjfTassed February 34tb. 184S,1einK desirous
Ml-reHnqaishing and closing its Banking business, '
to tLar end has. in pursu'noe of the statutes of the
said ntate of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum,
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaotion of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
oiroulation at the office of the National City Bank
nf i UvB'.nrt. at the said oity of Cleveland, where-
said Oily Bank is located. - ' , .
Done Dy oraer oi me Dunru.ui uirnowa ui mv
Citv Bank of Cleveland, J uly Othj I 68 -
JUCsiUUCsJU IT 1VJA. aTECBIUOUI..
i The Sisters of St. Mary's,
hFTHR RfKINGM, HECENTEX Off
will odcu their larje
and spacious building for the rrcrption of pupils on
tun uin ..."linn) m oepiemoar, .ouo. v, ia.
Tuition. (76, B0. H5 aud ADO, according to tl,e de
partment of the pupil. bB-ROsE, Sitpt.
Adjrets box i51. aui,3-dU'
JOSEPH. H, OEIGBB
Attorney 'at X.a.W,
S. S. PINNEY'S
ANC1NG ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON HALL,. .
For juveniles, Saturday, afternoon, from S to 3
P. M Gentlemen's evening elass at AM BOS
HALL,3d inet., at 8 o'clock P. M. ootl4
ititD n0wmu nnnwiv rnf.Ta vttp
XAll 7 AT uaj wvw nan wua.s( A v u
and six years' old. Tery handsome, kind and
tTilAtES, "OWING" TO' " THE
peculiar aad important? relations which
Lthey-Bnatain, their peculiar organization
auu iuo graces , iney perioral, are suuject
to many sufforinga. freedom from these
contribute in no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. Not only soi but no
one of these various female complaints
can' long be suffered to run on without
inyplvutg be general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
-and tfiily upon the most argent necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice her
greatest charm, as to do this. The sex
will then thank us ' for. placing in their
hands , simple specifies which will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of those troublesome
wtoplaifita peculiar to the 8exJ,'. ti'i. , f
, Hundreds 'suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug
feists and doctors, who either merely tan
tataiiee them: with the hope of a cure or
aprly remedies which make them worse.
1 would not .wi&n, to assert aaything that
w5nld do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to-say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
xf the powers. ;of life.i by laborious em
ployment, ijnwbolesome ait ; and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee; and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct, irritation, ap
plied to, the. macous.memtfftne of the
vagina itself, a L.i !.
' '"When teviewlrlg "the1 Causes of these
distressing complaints.jt is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent , upon them It', is but'Bimple
justice to the, subject to enumerate a few
ot the many additional causes whieh so
largely affect' the life,' health and happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society,
and wliich, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. . The ' mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes;' tliej years ; that nature- - designed.
for corporeal development to- be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in. the unhealthy excitement of
the ball-room. Thus, with : the body
half-clotLsd. and he .mind unduly ex
cited-by, pleasure, perverting in 'mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the1 work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. ,,, j), ! . t.
Jn consequence, of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary efforts
required ' by the ' delicate 'votary"' to ro"
tain Jier 8itwaticm in: sehob) at al "ltterj
day, thus aggravating the evil. - When
one" excitement is' over; another" in pros
p'cfive'fceefeS the mind 'morbidly senal-5
tivef tV'impreBSioni while1 th'e"how -co'nM
Stanc restraint oi laaif luiiauio uie&s, nu-
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable .tth.e attainment and retention
ot organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night Air ; the sndden change
of temperature; the complete prostra
tion produced by excessive ; dancing.
must,' of necessity, produce their legitv
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 nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of. medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
the experience of thousands ot our young
women. . -
Liong before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education ot tneir peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an . early period ot
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has Belf completed their development.
i For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or LeucorrhoBa, Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too . Lone-
Continued Periods, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known :
Helmbold s Compound Extract of
BccHU' Directions for use,- diet,1 and
! Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age, will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions. . strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. JzLelmbold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. xlELMBOLD S xiXTKACT UUCHTJ,'
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for. the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
imbecility, Determination ot .blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys-
nensia. Emaciation, Low spirits. Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, I'aipitation ot the Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system, lo insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask tor Melmbold's. Take no
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. ' Delivered to any address,
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y.
JNone are p-enuine unless done Tip in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fao-simile
of. my Chemical Warehouse, and tigned
ySl-dwis-weowly H. T. HELMBOLD.
. , DRY GOODS.
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I t ot tv.. '. i f J -M ni -lil
::;! ;: !'.'',' i ' 1 , iv :; IHU'I i'.' "
r GREAT BABGrAINS :;
: . .-.! -! .' 1
,-rM.vV'.' ffc , -.V.-t :)
HOLIDAY ' .GOODS
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.'S,
Nos. 23,25,27 & 29 S. High Street.
Jteal lane HandkeroMefs;
- Tnlffal Handkereliiefs;
Hemmed Stitched Handkercbleft; '
Baxbes and Coffures; - ; '
Real Laoe Setts;
Spanish Lace; '
... Changeable Silk: . ; . ! j ... , . :
Plain Silks in all Colors; j.n i. :
' Ladles' and Misses' Scarfs; '
Gloves in great variety and styles;
Harris' and Alexandre' Kids; : i
Large and attraotifo stock of Shawls;
- - Broche and Paisley Shawls; '
Llegant Robe, j . f . . ,
i ,i '. i - : t ' ' ii' 'ii.-j -.! - '
-. - i. ) . i . i a -H . 1
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
4.SO PER " JPA-IIXI. '
i i r- it : ' ' :.
We have in stock a full line of Underwear for
Ladies', tients' and Misses. .- -- - r,-
. GILCHRIST. GRAT A CO..
- oot7-d3tnj Nos. 23. SS. 87 A 39 South High I
-' ' I,, ,.:- 'UOl.t "i - Vi.-i- '::
IV -E "W - " ; 11 ' ''
-IA Una ;-'' t.fl i i
FALL, .AN!)! WINTER
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,---,. - r TO r UY. ' AT v ; "I '
li-A U GHT O W S I
j ". 'i ':Ji!ii ,v.-:i i i .
Purenaseri of Dry Goods' are corcltally invited "to
r-i aii and examine tne '
1 'ii ; ti -i - - - iT ' ' -' ' "
dress goods-.'.' cheap!
fancy goods cheap ,
: shawls.:;...'. l.cheap! '
1 'domestics ....cheap
';l ETESTTHING .1'.'...'....'. . CHEAP
. a . . ; j. - ' i- : - - j -
stAMIaS , NAUGrliTON,
- 118 4fc 124 8atb High Street
novll-dly-aprl7 " COZUU2U8. OB JO.
,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 ttte
principal Exhibitions and .Fairs
tliey met and contested for the Pre
mium onJTamilif Sewing Machines.
and the result was unanimously in
favor of the Florence Reversible
Feed' JLocTc-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine, It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
Serving Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Uni-
verselle, Paris; American Institute
Fair, New York ; 2few England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
It. I.; the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo;, the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.! that of the
Mechanics Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks? Session
on Vie 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded it the "GOLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
It would seem aa If this Buoeeaslon of tri
umphs should be sufficient to convince every
nnprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the FLORENCE over all others aa a
Family B owing Machine.
, A written warranty is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WXLXi DO ATiT,
that is claimed for it, and should it fail,-it
will be taken back, and the MOSEY BE
FUNDED. Principal Office and Batetroom, So, S3 West
Svurth Street, Cincinnati, O.
t H. RXcCONNELX, General Agest.
At the Ohio Mtate r air. which closed at Toledo,
Septe mber 5th. ism, the FLORENCE received
the riBST PMEMlUMtot the best Family Sewing
Maobines over seven eompetitors.
Send for a circular, or eall and examine the ' Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms. '"
31 East State &t, Colombus, Ohio.
W. S. BBQWN, Agent.
. '. n All kinds of stitching done to order, and
satisfaction guaranteed, jja. 0ct2-dJmStawTAg
y WHY EJMDURE
A LIVING; BBiTB!
The confirmed dyspentie may almost say with St.'
Peter."! die daily." Theobjeot of this article is
not to remind himof ss hispangs.buttosbow
him how tobanish them I 1 forever- Ike aiesn
pf immediate aud permanent relief are proffered
GfRMAN; ; BITTERS
And it is for him to say whether he will eontinue
to endure a living death, or to put himself ia
ution to render life enjoyable. ' "
. -: - ' : ';
Of the efficacy of this matchless vet-table stom
ach '0 are to be found in every oity and town In the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its . use. And eager to btar
testimony to its vir- tues- It differs from
any other fitters in existenee, a thia 'apeoial par
tioular it Is1 not alooholic.
For .such constitutions and systems as require for
lueir ui,isuniuuii m uiuusive suinutaui,
CERF.IArJ TONIC I
Ha been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in eolation by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents, Tbe
Satieat. in choosing between these two great anti
otes, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ionpbut in eases where tbe emergency is
not so pressing, tbe Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find in fin-,' f ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. Va There-is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in which, singly or oombiasd, they will not effeotj
cure. ; v . tor-. . ' (. : . . . . .
. ?,, .1 t tt r-.
Exchange Pain for Ease
A&4 Weakness for Str rRth Get rid 6f the ail-,
menu wd ico loterterft irntj eDjormentt ost xioom
and despondencr to the winds; take a sLroiif or hold
di uio imo. in snors. Deoome a f-.-.T .
Through the instrumentality of the winst nnwwrfol
and jpopular of all. vegetable invigorant and eoi-
flOOFLAWS ; 6E8MAX BITTERS.
Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in tne liver, tbe stomach and the
Donouvaraeraaicateo. Dy a course ot this great.
j CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
i Which not only combat? and conquers diseases that
aave entrencuea tneisseives in tfce system, but
is tbe est known sifexuard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suit auoieot them to the deureiuinc eifeots of a
Close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it res-
many as a protection againet toe low lovers and
otner aisoraer wnicn malaria eogendors. inv,
lids who are . .- ii
' WASTING AWAY,
Witnout any sueciai eonolaint. axAent AoTAifual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find i the HIT- TKRS a fountain f
vitality, and vigor, a r ' refresnfng and exil-
eratins as a pool in the desert to the sand-soorched
ana tainting travaieis.
Is composed of the pure luices (nr. as they are me
dicinally termed. Kxtrncts), of. Rnoti, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation hiehlv concentrated
and entirely iree from Alcoholio aumixture of any
ailu. - . . ., -
Is a combination of all the ingredients ef the Bit-
tors, witn tne purest quuity ot fiaota Urua Rum,
Orange, etc., making one of the must pleasant and
agreeaDie retueuies ever oneretl lo me puotie
' These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, jaunaico, uys- ;peptia, Vhronia .or
Nervous Debility, b Chronic Disesses of
the Sidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from aidtsor
dered Liver or atomsoh, . - -
- such - ,-
as Coniti- -'
'- ' ' paon. Inward '
; ' - Piles, iulluee-i of '
Blood to tbe Head.
Acidity ;f tbe Stomach.
Sausea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food. Fullness or Weiabt in the ,
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Buuooating nensatioos wnen in a Lyn g fustvre,
mmness oi vision, cots or nebs Del ore tie
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in tbe Head,
, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc,
' " '. Sodden Flushes of Heat,
' - Humine in the K'esh.
t Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and
, Spirits. '
They are the Greatest and Best
: BLOOD PDKIFIEBS
Ever known, end will cure all diseases resnlrini
from bad Blood. Keep uur liluod pure. Keer
your Liver In Older. . Kep jour digestive
organs , in sound. a beiltnyeundition, bj
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ev 1
assail you. .. . . . . i
and Delicate Children
Are made at rone by the ne of either of these rem
edies. Tbej will cure ever j cue of .UARASAlUtf
Thoamnds cf eertiHeates ata mnmti.titr1 tt
thebanosof the proprietttrs, bat epace will allow
of the publication of ant a few. 1 hope, it will be
observed, are men ot note and of euch standing thai
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
i " " V" . . . . -
' OF P'SlrI.TAI'IA
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or 'stronger tea-
j HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justioe of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiitss :
' PHiLABgLrmi, March 18, 1867.
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a Rood ton
ic useful in diseases nj of tbe digestive or
gans, and of great ben- 1 m efit in cases of debit
lty and want of nervous aotinn in-tbe pys'em.
Yours truly. i. GEO. YY. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, A pril 98, 1866,
I consider "Hoofland's Uerman Bitiers" a valua
ble medicine in cases of attaoks of Indigestion o
Dyspepsia. I can certify this irom my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
. JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: .
PaiLADKLrniA. Se-1. 11.1867.
"Hoofland's Gemai Bitters ' is a ver7 useful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an appotiser. It is not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
JAMKn R06S SAOVVDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature n ot C. M. JACKSOK
is on tbe wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store, Mo. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa. -
CHARLES M. ETASS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle (1 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, naif dosen 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a bal f dtizen for $7 50.
Do not forget to examine well tbe article yon bay
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE jiY ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
MY GRANDMOTHER'S RING.
ua :s..n-i;v :! - i!ii.'ir i.i
j x . dm .2 tue - garaen-aoor, - ana went
slowly down the winding, path': toward
iha lane. i 'It was ihe day after the 'fu
neral, and. the blinds in the aon'ae I bad
Lift ware drawn up, and1 the ;windowB
that: had looked so .blank for the 'past
Week were open again: and people moved
about briskly, and spoke i no; more in
hushed .whispers. iNay, onceiiot half
an hoar Binct my ear bad caught, from
the distant kitchen, regions, the ring of 'a
light laugh Oat of doors, the sun shone ,
on the green leaves, the birds -sang in
the elms overhead, and thtu brooklet in
the little wood gargled merrily over the
stones., n, I et, as A turned ana sat down,
on the mossy step of the. old sun-din,,
and pressed my aching brow- against
the cold stone pillar, I thought X bad
never looked nporr so sad, a scene.'
Even " 'now5,'-when a? pans; ' of sorrow
strikes' mej there rises to tny mind the
image ot the long, low white house, the
turf all wet and glittering after ; the
shower, and I hear the' drippings of the
rain drops from the leaves, and the carol
of the lark as I beard it on that day,
for it was my mother who was dead, and
was very lonely la the world an
orphan, brotherless and Bisterless. Pres
ently, 1 stood tip, f tied "'on my bat; and
going wearily" on to ' the whittt "gate", J
leaned .over it donbtingly. - A week ago
nly a week she would have told me
where to go; would have planned Borne
errand for me; now, I must follow my own
fancy, for my grave uncle withln;doors
was deep in parchment deeds, and had
no thought to spare for me.' Instinctively
my feet turned toward the village. -1
had trod that path often with a bag or
basket on my arm, acting as her almoner,
and the impulse came, to see some of the
faces that used to greet me so gladly,
and to hear the' blessings -breathed 'top
oil her namev On I went, lingering tbr
a moment at the .turnpike, where the old
gatekeeper shook her head sadly at tny
black garments, and- spoke her simple
words of sympathy amid ber tears, and
passed the school, where the children in
the porch hushed their-laughter as-I
went by- Just beyond the school play
ground, there stood a low -thatched cot
tage in its little garden, and 1 luriied in
there, for: an old man, sick and suffering;
lived in that house,, and sickness and
suffering touched me closely just therii
He: was .sitting by .the fireside quite
alone, And as I lifted the latch, he turned
his bead, and a feeble-light came into
his dim eyes. "Ah, Miss Hester, I was
thinking of you only a- while ago ; will
you be pleased to step in and take, a
seat : , ...
He made some! attempt to rise from
his own wooden chair : but I stopped
him hastily, and drawing a low stool to
wards the fire, sat down at, his side. -
"How 13 the rhematism to-day, Phil
lp V . ,. . '
;;v"ell, it's baddisli. Miss thank
vou kindly all the same. I had a hart
night with it; but I mustn't grumble,
for I've suffered little in my life, arid I
shall, be eighty-two coming 'Whitsun
tide ''''' 1 ' '''.' . ". .' ' ." '
"Tour daughter's butt I heard she
had been in." " " " ..
'She's' middling again now, Miss, and
she's gone to do a day's washing up at
Squire Lawsons. .
"And left you all to yourself," said I
pittyingly. ."Poor Philip, how long the
day must seem!
No," answered the old man, slowly,
"the honrs go quick ' enough. 1 At first,
when I was laid by,-it did - seem long,
and I was all agog to be up and doing-;
but now I sit here by the fire, ni think
of the ' da3rs that are bygone: and oft-
times I'm taken aback when the setting
sun comes shining m at the window yon
der. But," he added, suddenly, "I
didn't ought to be talking on of myself
now, aud never ask so much ' as a word
about you and the dear mistress that's
just gone. . lou 11 miss her 6orely, I'm
thinking. ... - -- ,.-
"ies, indeed. Uut eomehow , my
wound was too fresh for more than those
two words; and reaching a book that 1
had lent him from the mantleshelf, I
said: "I can't talk much about her yet,
Philip, buail 1 read to you now!
, The usual answer came: "Thank you,
kindly; and l. began. ; .
Perhaps my reading, was monotonous
for my thoughts would not follow the
printed words, but wandered, far and
wide. "Be that as it might,' when
raised ' .my head at the end of half an
hour, the old man was nodding. 1 soft
ly laid the book aside, and sat for a few
minutes watching him and admiring the
fine old head, with its long, silvery locks,
nnd the strongly marked wrinkled feat
ures softened by sleep, before 1 laid my
hand upon his sleeve.; He started and
opened his eyes, exclaiming: .-: ''I'm
sure I ask your ." But the rest of the
sentence died upon his lips, and he gazed
with a sort of terror at my ungloved
band, still resting on his lustian jacket,
"What: where where did it come
from ?'' he faltered out in a thin', ' qua
vering yoice. '
; I was startled (oo. I too, stared at
my hand. : "What is it,' Philip?"
i ".The riDg that diamond ring with the
big emerald in the mindle ! " -
1 There were several on my finger. Two
that I. Lad seen- from my babyhood on
the dear hand paw lying in the grave, and
which, on tbe very morning that she died,
she had given to, me, bidding me wear
them always, for her Bake. The third
the diamond she had rarely worn; but
it had been her mother's, and once she
had told me that a tale hung by it. Be
neath the 6 tones there was a tiny lock of
hair, cut from her head when an infant;
and for the sake of that flaxen curl, I had
put it on among the others. '
"The diamond ring," I said, dfawirg
it off "Philip, do you know it?" ; '
He held out his shaking hand, and I
laid it in his palm. :
"Do you know il?" I repeated eagerly-
: "It W8S grandmother's
once," : .- ' . '
Slowly he turned it over,- examining
it with a strange intent curiosity, then
he gave it back, to jne. "Do I know it?"
he said, now first seeming to hear my
question. "Ijhave not set eyes on it
for more than sixty years; but on my
deathbed, I shall see that ring as plainly
as I see it now."
"What can you mean?' I ' exclaimed
impatiently. ' "I don't Understand." . "
"Miss Hester," and there was some
thing solemn in his look and tone, "that
ring had well-nigh been my ruin ay,
and my soul's ruin too; ' and yet (and a
half-smile flashed suddenly; across ' liis
face) "and yet it was not my ruin, but
.ray-making-; and if it ' hadn't tieen -for ,
:thfrtringi Tieither yoiriiorthw dear lady
that's, jaat, goa w Quid. hiwea sutp-. the
light."- ' .il..
-' : I sat looking at him, listening to. him,
too much' amazed for words. i'h ' vT. v,
? j'He noticed my u bewildered, half
'frightened glances r.a xa'''1'
" '"Miss -Hester, do-yon care to hear an
old pan's- tAlefI'-baverTivBr.'told-it
.evvts tdtey daughter' ahri:I don't .sup
ipose there's -one living in the place even
it guess at it ow. They kept it dark
for me, and 'it died out long :agoy .i-But
I'm .willing to tell it to you, for the sight
of that ring seems to open my heart."
jli "Yes, tell rhe pray tell ime," I said,
impetuously. '. ' -i : -- i i -'- ,z'.-r.-i.i;.-ivl
. : He Bat silent for a few ' minutes, - with
bauds clasped upon, his- knee; gazmg
into'tha fire, then be turned 'bis ye8 on
me and spoke- slowly, as thought 'recall
ing gradually the distant -past, '-'. ni L'
-n" I was turned twenty; bat I stilHivd
at borne with my father and" mother; Bt
4iere in the village, but'ia an old 'house
half a mile down the Hillbary road.lMy
father was a carpenter and bad-brought
me up to the trade) and be let me man
age things pretty -taonch my own way,
though 1 was bnt a lad-? '; I need to think
the reason he seldom croesedi ma, was,
lest I tshould get a fancy for rpamingi fat
my another had fretted sorely when my
brother.' Joshua, listed . for - a aoldier,
and they bad buried two.. cbildwnjiia
tbfr Hillbary churchyard. Anyhojri it
Beemed:. as (though) they iceuld i ever
makt enough, of: me.j Ajwa a jixely
young -fellow,, strong; an4-.bearty,-..,a
good hand at.my worki and for. climbing
wrestling, there werefewiinthe -Qoufltrjj
side could beat me. Ah, -well .t he j wera
blithe days, when J stood bat. in hand,, at
my 'wicket pn the green, err stiJlea by tfio
riyer side with Margaret llgu, b't would
not .have : changed pjaegs; ,witJ . a-king,
then, .j, Wa were to. ba , married. .one day,
Margaret and I, and though he day;,waa
Boina way ofl, wti w,eryoung:andnhopH-)
faWjAud content, to wait. r,;But(I don'tf
know .why I should, trouble yon, witUalC
our, i foolish fancies, . and schemes jjnjj
I'm . , loth to go . qn .to ,tbe dark.'jima.
when thejtide . turnepLiprj turn 'it. dit..
First.'of pjjMip.pt , fttt
tnost of , . her r. careful- .savings . u ient tjo.
pay the flpctor, AU through one. dreary,
winter,1 she ? hardly . jef1trher., 6ed f,:iand,
when spring came, aruf, she vla" begin-t.
ning to get- about gain0th,recaaie,,aJ
run of ill-luck in our trade. J; 0ne..of our.,
best men left us, and took, work upder a.
carpenter who had just set up in Hill;,
bjiry ,, and had d ra wn . off .many ( j)j jojuj
customers. Then we made a.-yenfurej
in a stock of wood tliat turned onbadlyAl
and, worst of all, .father cut ' his . wrist
and couldn't -so much as lift a tool ; -anti j
so we wentdowh down till sometimes,
I used to. wonder, how long, if matters
didn't mend, we might have, food to eat.,
6 a roof to cover us. And-Margaret,,
too poor Margaret her aunt died ; and j ,
about the time when we used, to ,tlipk.j
we might have married, she -wenfj out tg.,
service many a ..mile away. ., 3i . -,!(
was loitoring"a6ng greeU; one.
evening, sore nt heart enougk, byJea-.j
son of my troubles, when one of tbe lit- j
tie lads playing, catchpenny j on jity;
grass looked iip frorii his game ! to . say": v
Dost ( know, . PhiL Morris,., tlj.tljiji.
mistress at the Hall is took very Olr-j.
like to die, they say ?'. f (Wko.'tolq .jfpu:i
that?' I growled out. I had rqwn
very surly of late.; V'Tis" all a lie,' Til
: be bound.' 'That', it ain't?'then, 7. ,
Mother were up to the, house that ; very, ;
i afternoon, and tley aaui. , as how. the .i
doctor had most given ber up, and, the ..
, squire were in a great taking,: I, heart! 1
. . .
mother tell ' father ' all about it. " I'
! sauntered on, thinking bitterly that here
i was another blow coming, for the Iady
' at the Hall was kind to every one, audj
my mother was a favorite of hers. . Youf
see I tboughtoiily of myself, not of the1'
good-hearted squire, nor of tne nifi'ny
who woud miss her. ' Trouble had made
me very selfish, and yet I little dreamed.?
what that bit of news' meant for ine. "
"Only a day later, every one knew that
she was really dead. . -I heard it in the.)
early morning, as I was taking down
the window-shutters; and that same
evening, as I sat at my bench in the
workshop, one- of the grooma frorrtthe
Hall came riding up to ther door. -qMyj
. father was. standing there, and the man
gave the message to him. A coffin did-
1 say that we were undertakers s .well j
as carpenters? a coffin was to be put iu
hand at once, for the funeral would, be in
three day's time. It was very: soon as j
the man said; but they thought it .better :
for --, she had died .very suddenly. &
"You'll go, Phil,", my father said,,,
looking at his lame : wrist. ..- Now, borj
had mostly taken . that , sort -.- of
work; but of, late, since his accident,s
it bad once or twice fallen upon merr,(i'
The squire sent word. to. you,', 1; an-ia
swered,'and your band is pretty nearwell
now. Hadn't you best go ypurself J't t
'Nay, nay my lad,' said, tlie old .man ; x
.'be sure the squire heeds little entugb. ,
just now whether it's father op son Xhat,n
. knocks in the nails, and my wrist ja not
good for much even now. I doubt it ,
never will agais. you'd best;, -go.' go
it fell out that it. was I. wh() , went up to w
the house to measure, ;tbe...;lady your.,
grandmother.Miss Hester, toi her coffin.'
.. ,.-i.iU TO BR COJiTlNDED. : , , ,
- BOOTS AND SHOES. - 11
T. 8. . BKrAKD.
Om HOBJOBlt j j
CHEAP BOOTS1 AND SHOES.
T S.' SHEPARD HAVnG TOBHIED '
a partnership with G. HOhlGiOR, tor tie It
purpose of carrying on the Hoot and &boe trade at
ao. igs sou I'll meat STitsiK r,
Would respectfully invite their friends and -the t,
publiv gOLeially to oall and examine their fife and, j
well selected stook of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Sboea, this day received di-'
reutlroiu tbe Last, and which tbey aie nowefl.nng
lor sale on the moat reasonable terms. In our man- i.
ufoturiug depar mcnt special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE W0BK: ' -:i
Repairinsof nil kinds neatly and promptly done. '
W e would respectfully solicit a sti.re ol ivubi o -pationase.
Please give us a call. Ho trouble to r
how goods. '
Remembor tbe place : Jo. 163 Sooth High street. :
SH1-PAKU A HOUIUfcK.
, Columbus. O. Sept. is. iwa. . - eplsi-dif - '
WHOLESALE GROCERS. "
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! Island Sugars. Cotfee. Teas SpTcei.T laco .
i-r XilOTJOHS. -etsoW -
' v,.t 1 r' TlilO
Leander Burner's Estate r
XT OTIC K IS HEKEHY tJIVEJv THAI
iM the undersigned has been duly appoii ted and ,t
-qualified ae administrator of the Estate of Leas
dor ltumer, decease.!,.. late of Praukltu tuwuak i -t
Franklin onunly. I'liio. ...
- November yti, Iteti,- ' ' .
" novwsa IC. H. ANDRICK
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