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OOLilMB.oiJlO, sIa-TURDAY-MORNING1. DECEMBER' 191868. r
! ;:'.! 7 ' i .T-ilcn-J ,i V Ji: W.; !'! .lit j
" V musBKD:6g 'fax Iroiij war.
AJirvr KTxrCTMaewer ernj77...,.'t,..,9 06
Miivnrae: irCJiiriw, per week.... ..., ..i..20sti
iMfliitUT tsTxr&uiAX.vn Twft.;i..n so
f ' I . - -six mouths. I 83
l , i ;fWUiKti STATIi.iUAW..
lUibRTISiNG- -SaTE FuR" OMtr STATESMAN
'""liOCiL NoTroi8,1Btpn'Hncr 4oh1iertion
ADVSBTiaiha KiriiMil'11-Wiui.T Ktitu.
HAH 75 cents per square each insertion: for three
jmontbs or longer ftigoouiit si anexhalf from Daily
. -" AaKrrtii yd Wiklt Sriri8MAN-1.60
-per square ror ant insertion, 76 cents tar each Ad
ditional insertion,, -, . . , -u
1' HxjMKtem Noticks, So cents eot inoertio.
'r.0TK8 OF D ATB4. SOceat . , "B Z.
-6i r 5 -offic ow the JiaUonal txohango Bank ,
... - ,.i:t!'i 1 1 :s a , .
. 1 I I - , ! l I , .1 I )IJ J I I ), i !
All ATTOB2i Y-Ai-LA W A NoojrrPwblte;
u! !-nu- ai'i UflKM4aHmaasB'ii(ii4iM
,m 5;ATTOBlf-AT LAW" -
Offio9 honth bih treet, Amboi Snittlfnt
Ajetitner-pl Potior i B i BoUUrHonoo
a 1 VMuK MA IEK
, Barber and Hair Ureamr. Hot and Colj
itathav baaeiat PoWuflo ituiJdiao. y ir
A'amAais aa4 hi iaha T"rr.-?"
''Opera Bnrntingl '
, a i Hi, , ' r i-.-- ' i; r
144 8oatb Higb street. Jut raeefrod.'aa
Macaat aasorUEent.' Aew otjtes. lowpcicea, i,
dies, please call. , ,. - T1
jiahajla'aAaaA ac ife.M-1 r- -.,!: J Hi'
tfaoBoted baas for good Boots n4 Shoes
iivnynm. ucw oMioa jaocreoeivea. -
Xk Dealaw-in' fittsbargia naf- Obis Coal. Also.
amaie inwim ana ptone oewer fl
IM Crtone Bewer ripe, T.
i-;fw).-iai N irth ha ffrWC 1
; bpl ! sn
n i tk'trcWtc bw. ft "'i .ktB ' "
fX , ommwaionb i'onrardinf aad FraduoeM-
onantsdealorain vnijn. i'lour, .cu W.T.itrotwV
u"- ... , ...... . . f .
1'-J Tv!-h .,i.v.C01iSETS'"'' 'ii .e .a :
IjV BCrfAjEita fjU.,.x .j.,
A-'aJ Manufacturers and lealers la Frenoh.Gei
mairaafl Amenoaa ubrseta.' -Also, tiuop ekirts.
p t f' Jt .Si.mct -v.-is u lvl-Uparatiouse-
CROCKERY, &c.'f ,""".
II ,r,,,l. I 1,1 i - -. ,.. - l', !..n. r:
TrMiteayjYwai : fKiiflT5'jtffli to v-r
J WbieiaJe aud BeUU -Dealer in CMaa,
Qtieensware,Ulsuia, riatod ksuods. Lamps and Lauui
iatres. ' 40 ttoriA rJigu street."
V 'i.MAH', -t ,i
Ji : Importer and; Wholesale and Retail Deader
la i bnuut;, tibina, Vlaea, liaUery. f lui Gooda,
Laatjllji4nijsaA0k.' .i t, .- - o r.: .nc
... .. . ..., Seath High street. ,
M Cahi a iDEiViTlSTRY. 7.,f n? -.1
I- x - f ,A .,fto.-"a Broad. treV
-xW, JHJHflt, DBMTIST-Tbe boHttnM
VA e . of Dentistry, iauludiag Dana's Imprerou
kineral Plate. Othae, 10 and 11 Opora. bluca, .
le -ioierto ttrjlo4 Hotlons, Crprt.il
Clotba, alatungs, bbades. tlau. Caps and urs,
ooruer Uign and r'rienu streeu. . . . .
..t ut t: i. . i i ; ,1 i, T 7.t T JMl
J;) A. 4jMJN At -W.4K - iu;i ji T
.' r -; 4S:rithHifb,strot.i
Carpets MstUngf.CTJ Olotns.Ourtaius.cita loand
Fancy ilrrbkooasi ' " 7 "
TV' T.'kwib.'i-A. -
& Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
For- ir Uooda. aad' SMuiutaetaaers of Ladies'
Cguaaa. r , v, ,..;T , A3 6. ililtb sireou
"IiMtJ4S'sTM ltlVOl)S S l OUt,
A,. : Jl' ii.ru ia A Uoi.oaeb dakterain Dry Goods and
.Notiuns. lee oetb Jtoaraetree. M! 4 r.Ti, . ,
afflltR ICAVuMIONj1 Tru ).--: v T
Whelesato and Retail IKaJerla' DrV Roods.
N augbtua Buiidin&. turn- ii auii ISa oatb tiitk
KgMM . ate aAItiOiirlji-sv-r.-'- ii .ai
. Dealers in fitapla and Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents Furnishing Guuds.Ko. 6 Neil House.
CiaGaAat.ia4 tofCAl! c CO.,
C a lAealers in tj taple and Fancy Dry Goods. .
, J . .,ari j;,, 1: ,
A9U.O. SifcAAHjfc at. G.,- '
e Forotea-aad Dome (tie Dry Goods, (Cloths,
FnrawoCq. iaoasaauntbHign streeu
People's Drug Su.re. J80 South High St. Pre-
aonpuous eareiatty-ovmpwoueu aiau. nourtv w.
lA5 ; JOHN S. BOBJiRTS, .,
. Lirlistaad Apothecary.
an- oo ; ;::r ;t 64 North High street.
lMiJtaAbE RKralL DRUGGISTS, i
. .--.. --luu auuth High at Uuiuutbus. O.
B1AAU1M. UIAllJAa. 4e 0A.,; ... .. .
Wholesale and Retail Dxuggists, and Dealere
1 n Jfruprietary Medicues.
' " i North High street.
-JCAft M4tti, i 1
XV Designers, hnxraTors and. Publishers. Nota
rial and other seals engraved to order.
, i jig,. hj7 and loo South High street.
CPLlalBIJB3CAaala!iXC.,'--.ir' 5 .-.
Manufaetarers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
rs in furniture. Cbairsaiaurtuaes, etc.
.m'tio. wiitiouth High at, . opera Honse.'
T- ' ' 1 M,r . i.i'- . . 1"
AHIO FCUKITIIHKL'U.. . . .
VS MsbuIaoturerROf firatAlaju Furniture. Whole-
sal; and - Retail W areroous. 6. 1 and S Gwynne
1 , AttAIS t siUAlb A no . -
JLJJe ' Dealer- in Mantles. Stores and House Kur
niskinctiooaa. Alto. '1 in. Copper aQa sheet Iron
War. 17 A.ast'1'own street.
A A STUART.
XA. - House Furnishing Gonds, Msnfles, Grates,
, MM UWTVBMUU aiaOtlOS
a.-' '' r-vino si --r bvttta High street.
1 tTO,TA(lKtHUFr, .
ASw UNlfln tu naiunwouiuvr iruiBOUll uoodf,
Marble and Slate iianties, Urates, ttttves. Hot Air
l;j.4..j.! lv-' j 'J-'"' . I ,-'f "J
, i e ( -T . rs
75 1 50 S i5i 1 00 8 fKl 4 0030 00 (SO
I f 1 60 ami-aiucsm is -to); tK aul eu oo 100
.Hi 450 jk 7&I 00 4U SO Ool SO, 00 IM
. fc m ! m : oof i oAsvVd'tsnofiio oo m
at 4 bo s 00 is oof-tr eot 0 Oil (6 ooii-to 00 SW
1 St ' li, Ofll M MM OomeOlWO SIS
14 a -0 lVa W AOf 36 OW 6 ISS 00fj25 00 376
1 10 00 90 QO M pill 4u,JKll.S 00 13S.0Q4SS HO 46
opi 00 B4 I0 SS 0 4 O0 o tt 150 OO' 00 60V
SUMS' M '7 aavgg, SOf-60 MM 16 00 168 OC3S8 90 550
r IS 00 30 OOj 44 601 AS 00 .80 OS 176 08i34S 00 680
SXH 18 -OOf 39 OO 45 00! 60 OOj 0 Oil 'SO 00 360 00 600
, I n ' i !
' HOOP SKIRTS.
Jm Uannfaetmrer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
Skirt and Conets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
and Faoar Good, 103 Soath Histntf jt.
ATi'Aij jfX'i;i5Ji 1" " ir"hiii a nl
O. . Dealer in HuMeal : JtircnaoSrie,' $oo i'.'Stai
tioeery and Fancy Goods generally. ' Special Acent
for thaealearaeMKljaAfla trold Medabt-owing
Maefaine. No. 810 South Hiab atreeUoor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
MBl. M. IH. LACF,
Tl (Soceeaaor to K. lnf J Dealer in Bats, Capo.
Fart and Straw tioodi iM honth Hian f treet.
Sio Golden Hat.)
n i HOTELS. t:i t :i 1 1
TT1 try ?Ti f-f
MATlONAt HOTfcL. ,
KI'l'KO S I ATFS HOTEL,
Uorner High and Town streets.
. J. BLOUNT, Proprieton
Corner Konrtb A Friend ata. Pnmmndinn.
boose and axtensiTe stables.
!. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
r--T ..rs t? r i-THl-il
pOSNEC riCUX .nOTaL.Lfr-B !!' .'
v Wia.jAMldOS. AaeowColumfca. OiTi
VTEWKlKK A IT1II.TEIMBEKGEK,
! SfENtRAL AGEKT8 SeeaHtT Life Ininranea
Company, No. 6 Opera House.
HOME 1NSOBAKCB COM PA V OF
uthce. os . ft T Opera House
Wholesale and RerW!Alr11inn4
Y ozxijMfc..Hiah s traet. .Opera liooae Blook.W
MM. A. IW.NIlVi, ......
mingS!ttas1Uaishilighatrett o t i t
J II. WIEKIE,
a Dealer in Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trim.
mines nd Fane? Goods. 130 South Hth street.
OCHAFHAfJHRI Ac ttOHLLEBEK.
kJ Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fu
Gu.w.; in wan bkr.i !.;;,:. Jt,ii
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishiav ttoodsU Aleoaeentrorthe D&monH4iirta.
mi booth Hah street.
THE OHIO IrlEKCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al-
wja vu nauu.
TOHN IT. KICKE,RCHKH.
(J Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
jxo. ei Korth Hish street. 1
: 1 1
. sj a . - mmw-B 'f
YU MM aTTpk aC Wa sy r , A - A
U a MERCHANT TAjliORf SleutrPHigh s
Choieeatockof Clotbintooestanrtj on hand.--1' '
ANDMEWS & HULL,
Wews Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, next door to Postoltice.
A? Mews Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Enx.ish.
, atPAPEB cWAREil0USE& m
ManufBturers and Dealers in Wri ting, Jrint
nd" Wrapping Papers.' 834. 85 North High at.
r VIMS & m VERS.
Dealers in Printing KnnV Wrttin CI n.
Papers 38, 38 A 40 North tiigh street.
BALDWIN Af KVKNS,
at. south High itri
J,.JS. CLLIVI I, . j . ... ......
J-PHOTGrlAPHiiR;JiT Soutu High street
Pictures made in every style and sixf. , ,. '. , '-
D iAHdHliB,- , ,, rdc-lB toil
a rbolograpns, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc, eto.
No. 236 South High street.
Em. oowns jrr.
e No. S Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
kje, tar. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also. Diseases,
of Women and I'bildren. f 1
'slttni-B o k PIANOS""'' ,t!i
' . . a k ji r . ' . j
Sf UAUItlS A f "O lliif'J'. 31. i
J. Wholeaalaria.ktail''leaara.fiwkT,irhBa A
Co.'s and Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
ftlelodeons and other mosioal instruments.
36 North High t treet.
Aaent for Chiekering's and Emmerson's Pi-
nos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet tiusio.
ai South Higb street.
vomer otate ana rji?n streets. 5 ,'ni rwiit
CHARLEV MYLR, Proprietor.
ETHIA. sbWlHU JTAACHINEK A
the best ra -the world.- Nob. 1 and Opera
'. '." W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Ul. UUABtll a: CO.,
a Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry.
Plaiedware, Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 Jtat Town
ilArtSA IIAHKIAlUIOiV -
vJ (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia-I
monds. Watch Si Jewelry, bilreJ War aadt Spec-A-tacles.
No. 3 Neil Houfe.
FA. dol, I.E0;ll-:KEtlX. -a
Wholesale ami Retail, dealers in Watches.
Clooks and Jewelrr." No. 71 South Hieh street.
5AMVK0VI? KHUS. A CO., ' ....
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
""J and 4 Gwynne Bioek. Town street.
lEEU, JUNES & CO.,
b Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
wd Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
OTICE H HKHKBT GITKlt TO
Al all whom it mav concern, that the Citv Bank
of Cleveland, an independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking company at the city ot Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said Stat of bto, entitled 1An Aet as.ineorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," nassed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
u relinquishing and closing its Banking busiuess,
to tlat end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said ntate of uhio in suoh ease 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 bate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit i of. Slate nf said State of
Ohio to- the redemption of its butstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the raid city of Cleveland, where
said Cily Bank is located. .
. Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, July th, 1X68, -
'""a." LKMUfcL WICK. President.
1 jjll-dllw6ai ,t iih ft! M-'ini
The Sisters of St. Man'?.
F THE smiNGs, HECENTLY OF
Somerset. rerTV county, will open tneir largs.
and spacious building for the reception of pupils o'h
the first Monday in September, 1808. For Board and
.luun, . iw, cow, cim au aceoraing to id. a-
tot tnepapii. ofl. ROolS, Sup't.Tr
Address Box 251. r
JOSEPH" H." GrEIGER
' i f '"O A p t' i i ".
.it, .UAttorney vt Us.-a-,l I I ..
PARSON1 BTj-HTJINtf, , A mi z
' ug36-eocSm COB. TOWA.t BIOHST
S. S. PINNEY'3
ANC1NG ACADEM V IS NOW OPEN AT
' For juveniles, Saturday afternoon; from 1 to 5
P." M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
HALL.3d intt.. at 8 o'clock P. M. . r ootla
i i lTOXS. , BALE. -ia
A PAIR OF "JOS GODWIN',' COLTS. FIVE
and six years' old. Very handsome, kind aad
souad:-Will be sold" low. -iaogi-dtf;,..
- UHAE1 VINa.
. I . -i -
lijTs: ;iiJ ; - t-. - - i ! 'i ' J".:
iod,T .tj DRY G00DS. i 1 " '
rvt it 1 ) i'r. " S
.tjin.y.- ri ' . ,.t , .
ski? ,XidBV. i!-i .hhS'.iY.
Xfff 'I'i no ii t'n.1 , ifl uf.Tl li-i-'-ir:
l-.tiiitK ')',. '! '.-! its ?! - I
llhl . J..i;lH.ai u ;. t:"-..-
,i(-" it f-.-t tiHft .'. ' ' '
,i:!"m liim i ... ii-AT ' 'i..:-
1ST. GRAY & G0;S.
i.:,'!ll!'-1 ii' .r: :.. -.-t . i'l
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
gl S"S -!... . rt;j rl .1 : ft!: -.
-- ' ii r .- .. i ! i
Real Lao HaodkeroMefa; j y,.
Initial Haadkerohiefs; - ft I
(THeiB!4 Sttteked Handkerchief -P" 1 "::a,3
. Barbesaad Coffuras; , - 5 ,i II
T Real Lac. Settsi - " J .J
' Spanish Laee;t.- :-' ,:: -iii'S' "
"1 Cksaseable 8ilki t$.l u ii J --a-i a-il
lg(a8irkshiA143 lott;I"rliHlni n,-,
Gloves in xreat variety and0 styles;' " ' ! '
i Bar s' and Alexandra's Kidsi-.v f : - '' f
Large andattiaotive stock of Shawls; , ,
5- - : . 'di tl
Brooke bad Paisley Khawlsj i i... :
' r.v.'.OTriiii J re ,-7r 'u.n:; I-., -.'t :0
i.-;l.:fit.. a iH M' . i ii -i ,i i.iTi-.-f
00 TAIRS BLANKETS
Iu7 ynL6ft!i (sytfJo'l 'j:!'f
. tGiiqiiio") iiii'jilif; U .I
4.0 PER, PAIR!
.CI'I(tUl()llitUft )J ?'ilt'irl
AWeT hav in stock's Tuff line of tAiderwear for
Ladies', Uenti'aod Misses. ''-
" -i -' UU-OHRrST; ORAT ft CO..
ocTi-asmj .nos, xj. xs. xr a ; ie Bouin Hign s ...
a in'i':,.,i--'i:!-i .3ilMo: '-''1 ,.l Idxamd
9il; -" !.-..f- 'i-v-tq r ! sill is i) it-i.w
no sin i.t ;-. i;...t-,.j ni .-T.niifl "'j'-i
iisl, u t,:;n t i . ... .':-.! i . . .j, '.ili,i,iK, i
",TnA3H BUT MO CUOJO "
Uiiiuv Cjt;iT.:i va-tzv.iv.:uu ur ui
J.A lu J ilij. j -A
5 ';f V" r- T "r T' T T fT r,
tTATitj AND " 'WINTER
TO" BUY 'AT
.tj.UO'iif i' ri'n; ii i. I
'".i . . i .Mi l- o .; i i l: .-r. i n .
furcuasers of Dry Goods are cordially Invited to
... ., eall.and examine the . , ., ,
jyi3:vr;;:i's;.T o c k .
FANCY GOODa-,.-? CHEAP
STERYXHINd i5...X.."m. CHEAP! i T,
4? 1 42 "'.i77TjT '-il
lt8 i2a dentb nifxh' street, ,u
norll-dly-eprlT " ' ; COLUKBbtl. OHIO
, 1 : t '.i ? ! i i ? rj VV f ?
'a i, ..: fl - i ; ; i i :
In . nol previous year. has. there
teen such strong competition among
, the, Reading Sewing Machine
Manufacturer of this country and
Europe as the present. At all Vie
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
tltey met and contested for the JVtv
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
the result was unanimously in
favor of the Florence' Reversible
""Loch-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. It received the First and
Highest Frize as 'the best Family
Solving Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition. Uni
verselle, Paris j American Institute
Fair, 2Tew . xrork fX'ew'5England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
1. 1 the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo f the Great Annual Fairs
New England, viz.: that of the
Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Ealtimore,
which closed a four-weeks' Session
the 12th of November, the supe
riority of tlie FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded it the " O OLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers. ' y
It would seem as If this succession of tri
umphs should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the FLOBEBCB over all others as m
Family Sewing; Machine.'
A written warranty Is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL do ALL
is claimed for it, and should it fail, it
be taken back, and the HONEY BJ3
F0NDED. n :ru-
principal Offle and Salroam, So. SS West
Fourth Street, CinotntuUt, O.
H. McCONNEIX, General Agent
At the Ohio State Fair, which closed at Toledo,
Septo her 25tb. 1P. the FLORE NCR received
FIS6T P&EMUMiot the best Family Sewing
Machines over seven competitors.
Send for a circular, or call and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms. j.i
East Slate Nr., Colnmbss, Oblo.
; -W. S. JinoWN, AgenU . -
" All kinds of stitching dene to order, and
satisfaction guaranteed. - ct24 d2m2tawTta
M M Z'3v.
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say witti Sti
Peter. "1 die daily." - Tne .biect of this artiela in
not to remind him of U his pangs, but to show
him how tobanish them I forever- The means
ol immediate ana permanent reuaf am pronered
-I '' ii! itnif:!i3-.!i . ii ti.-i?
And it is for him to say whether he will continue
to endure a living death, or to out himself in
anion to renaeruieenjoyaoie, r -....,.
mm t& VERTISEMENTS
. . : ..-- -i' . i ,.
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable atom
ach'o are to be found, in every eity and town in the
I I 11 U l.li J . ...
from torture by its A use. and ewer to bear
testimony to its vir- af r tues. It differs from
.nvntli.r Kit.t.r.Sn .tiiI.iu. in '. a .n.1.1 -
ticular it is not alooholic. '
- For suoh constitutions and systemsa reauire for
iku.;.i...i;... .1 , v . ..i i . ..
German Atonic i
Has been provided a preparation In which the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of. the vet eta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Th
Satieof, in choosing between these two great asti,
ores, should be guide) by his own condition. If iri
a very low state from debility, the Tonie ahrmlH ha
bis selec ion; but in cases where the emergency is
nm so pressing, tne enters is tne speoino ream red.
Thousands find rnn- A ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. "a There is no phase of
lnaiKesiiou. oiuoumess nervous aisease or Dbvsi
Ml nrMtMlinn In .kink t.h.,,M,i ulaiii ..
in wbioh, singly or combined, they will not eueot,
.11. -.' t. - . - a ,; J ,n- ' -.f. ,-,-f
e; Pain for Easti
a ;:'. i'i vj.tjK'j.7 sra
-. i - i -in- ,,(,..! r, riftn
And Weakness .for Strfngth. Get rid of the aii.
ments wnicn interiere witn eninTment.- nut .lnnt
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. ia short, become a i, -. f-fu.:!
to x-'':J4 t'n nijrt-''i n.n : ci'.iv
-nun Ian. ::r. ' ' " if .n.v -iiii
Through the instrumentality of tne most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and correctives-
BliOFLAW; GERMAN BITTERS.
to etsi-.'iJ-Sf.-i .:': 'a an:-;: iiiiKi,
Biliousness, Indigestion. General -'Debility, ami
ill the oomnlamts whih nroaeed from, a ami nr
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
bowels, are eradicated by aoourae of this great
- - - .- - - '-'i
Which not nnl combat 3 and conquers diseases that
nave, enirencnea tnouisaiwjs in tne system, but
ls tbe best known safevuard against albuobealthy
influences. ' Persona whose oecunatinnir and nnr-
soits suojeet them to the deprein eSeols of
q pse. unwholesome atmosphere, should take it rex
uiany ae a pruiecuon ajiainft to low levers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. " Inva-
iius wno are - -
Witnuat any Piracimi eotrD'.sint. wcfoot a. trrtiflniil
HfVrJi nnJinn rf Vuwlilv f ronrrf Vl a nA nasvnns ana..
wiil fiod in the BAT- p . TKJiS m. founUin'ot
Tiiainy ana viijor, as retreanDR and exil-era-tin?
tu a pool in the desert to the t ahd8corohed
UU MWUUOa tTBVtt3CB : I .-. . ; ,f t j t if i - ;
la AmMMnMll Ar 4 fiat n'aaaasa SjtaaaAl a faa. it..'- '
aa vvuiifvoo1, s.i I"" FUio iiUWliir, llUnj BIO IUQ
dieinalty termed. Extrnets), of RkU, Herbs and
UJsasviust, ga taanAiawtia U1U1J- COnOODintea
nod eutirei free from Alcuholio aainlxture if a
;v(,rf .ecoopland's r:a
Is a combination of all "the ingredients of the Bit-
Inr villi Ih. HUMt.'atelil. nf V..,. f I) ..
Oraaje. etc.. making one of the must pleasant and
asreesble remedies ever offered to the mihlin
- i uca rmiiniie, win eneoiuaity euro LtlVer V70m
plsint. Jaundice, Dys- I pepiia. Chronie.-i or
n.i i ; ,i rr ,, . . n
Nervous Debility. lai.Cbromo Diseases of
tne moneys, ana au-uiseases aris.ng xxom aldisor-
uereu.Aiivoi orstymacu. . t, ..-ii,:-.-! nii'
. such " .
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aaoa ....t.riles. Fullness of - i i,.
Blood to the Head, , ,
AeidityW the Stomach. . j
Nauea. Heartburn. Disgust
i for rood.Fullness or Weightin the ..
! Stomach, Sour eructations, Sinking
or Fluttering at the "pit of the Stomach.
Swiuimine of the Head. 4inrried and iiiffinnlt
Breathinc-FlutteriOK at -the Heart. Choking or
&utfocating Sensations when, in a Lying Posture,
u'ujiia. tu , luvuj j'uis ur..vyees Deiore toe
Sight, Fever and Doll Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
tilde, iiaofc. Chest, Limbs, etc. - - 1
Sudden Flushes of Heat, : I -'
. . , , Burning in the Flesh, '
.Constant Iraagin- , '
ings of Evil, and
Great Depres- '
sion of .
They are the Greatest and Bestl
BLOOD i PUKIFIEBS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
trom bad Blood. Keep our Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. 4k Keep jour digestive
organs in a sound. s healthy condition,
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and DelicateChildren
Are made strone bv the use of either nf th,rm
edies. Tbey will cureevery case of MARASMUS
Thousands of certificates have accumulated
the han is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
,u, uiuai ua ueueveu. . , i ..
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
j SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes-
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiitss :
Pmz. Anai.vTTT a . Mareli la iaat
' I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, useful in diseases Bas of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- efit in cases of debil
ity ana wsncm nervous action in tne sys'ein.
Yours truly. b. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Pbiladblphi a. April 98, 1868.
1 consider Hoofiand'iUerman Bitter," a vain..
ble medicine in cases of attacks of Indigestion or
li.i spepsia. ' i can certny tbis trom my experience
oi lu x ours, witu respect,
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Irothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva-
uia. w flic .
PaiLAPELPHIA. So t. 14.1887.
"Hoofland's Gerraa l Bitters ' is a ver useful ar-
fciuio iuuid Hun nil ikpiieiiBer. It ! not an in-
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pect fully yours,
JAMEr ROSS SAOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature ot C. M. JACKSON
is on toe wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Offioe 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.
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dozen 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per Bottle, or a bal t uosen lor 7 o.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medioincs everywhere.
MY GRANDMOTHER'S RING.
I :3 '' "" : - f CONTINUED. ''" 'V
"0a the day before the funeral, I went
for the third and last ' time to fini&h my
;work. ' Aa I went throngh the Hall,1 the
Btndy-door was pushed partly open, and a
little child peeped oat. I caught sight of
the darkened room, and the squire Bit
ting bj the fire with his head resting on
his hand, but he turned quickly, and
called the little lad, and the door . was
shut to again. I . can remember, as
j though it were yesterday,' the rosy little
.face peering out At pe, and the dull muf
fled sound of my own tread as I went'
up through the silent house lo the room
j where the body lay, .It was a large
i and lofty room.; and- all the furniture
now in it, the great carved bedstead, the
' chairs, yes, and the windows too, were
bung with white, and folds of white mus
lin had been thrown over the tall mirrors.
Everything was white except where- the
.coffin stood in the middle of the room,
! and even", there some ' lilie'atid. frhite
j roses had teen scattered-,- There she
; lay as I had placed her the- day. before
! the lady Who used to come smiling into
jour houses, and, who had. never Irnet' lis
i without a kindly, word, i Death had .not
changed her,. much, a and-, her Mill face
'looked as calm and' peaceful as if she
bad teen sleeping. 1 The' housekeeper
had come, up, and stood watcliing while
' I softly swept aside- the flower-blossoms;
,and Bet 'about''rn'y work! ''Presentlv.'it
was" needful that' I ; should ;move one of
the bauds which were crosseai upon her
j breast and as I lifted it, I saw glitter
I ing h' her little finger of the1 other hand
j a diamond rinjg.1 .! It. bad been hiddetrilty
thif'nwjbub; I aw.t akvr plainly nougt
, a epleodid (ing, with two eparkling dia
monds, and an emerald in the middle. . I
looked rip in wonder at the housekeper;
and site nodded sadly.' 'Yes;.it-wasa ancy
of my mistress's. , r The squire gave' her
jtbat ' rin the day-they w-ere married,
i and Btie fjas wora it ever since. . ' one al-.
I wav'a said she would have- it buried wit h
her when she died.' .r lit was not on her
hand yesterday ,r I observed.' i 'No; the
; squire brought it: up last night j and put
it on her finger bis own ! self.' 'It is a
a beautitul ring' and I bent dotvn to
; look at it in ore closely.-; Yes it's worth
a siriall fortune, as I've often, beard my
lady say ,T MrAjWinter made no reply.
'But-1 must go now.' ; Shall you be long
'about it, Morris?' ' ' 'Not very long;' and
ji hastily took' up,',bne pf .my tools.'.:..' 'I
jwill send Clara up to give you any oelp
you ; may . want,? i she said, and-went
away.'f;! -" :"' y 'J ';:,';'":
; 'V;''Bat'.wTi.eri she Was, gone',',! I , stooped
do wq again for a third long .fit are at that
Ting. i -.Theni:I i moved ) a ; step -or1 two
back, and stood playing1 idly 'with' the
liarfimer'in''my hancf. It seemed 'to Have
bewitched, '-me.-,' I forgot everything till
I heard a step coming along the pnssnge.
and I had only just beguri my" work' when
Clare came in:, ' It was doneThe nails
were, screwed borne, . the sweet face was
bid den .under the coffin lid, and I was
walking fast' across the park, in the cool
evening twilight.''' I began to whistle as
I.tr6de along, to wonder whether my
tnother would have waited i supper for
me ;:- but in the midst of my wonder, my
thoughts .wandered off ..'to 'something
qii'te different, something I didn't want
to think of. just then ; so Hooked up at
the greery oaks, 1 and tried :to ! guess at
their value ; ; 'fcut ' the ,' next mo
ment, came ' the j recollection . that the
noblest of those big trees, with its huge
girth of trunkj. and its wide-spreading
brafaches,,' was' .worth1 nothing compared
to well to a certain, bright j stone
which seemed to be still sparkling be
fore my" eyes. 1 I bad been reared hon
estly, if ever a lad had, and thief would
have been nigh as bad a name to me as
murderer; but, yet, somehow, I couldn't
for thelife-of me get that ring out of my
bead. - I thought of it being buried in
the ground, doing no one any good, and
of what J might do were it mine to sell.
My mother Bhoulun t pinch ana fret her
self any longer to make both ends meet;
my father shouldn't sigh as be saw
the loads of wood going past our door
to the carpenter's at Hilbury ; and Mar
garet Margaret and 1 would be as hap
py as the day was long, married and set
tied in the dear old bouse.',". But bah !
What rubbish all - this was, when the
ring would be in the squire's vault to
morrow night, and we were like to be on
the parish before many months . were
over our heads. When I bad come to
this, I had come also to the stile leading
into the fir-wood. I would not give my
self time for any more such fancies ; so
I put my best foot formost, and soon was
clear of the. wood, and tramping along
.the raised path that led to my father's
' "The" old people were very low that
night, tor they felt the mistress s loss all
the more for their own troubles. 'They
say it was quite sudden, Phil,' my father
said, as he cut the cheese and passed my
mug of beer. 'Mr. Stark, the butler,
was down in the village this afternoon.
and be said she had only been ill for
three days, and no one thought of dan
ger till an hour or two before she died
The squire would have sent off then for
some grand doctor, but just as the groom
was starting, she died, all in a minute,
as it were. 'She isn't much changed, is
she, Phill' my mother asked. I didn't
half like talking about her, but I made
shift to answer pretty quietly; 4No, not
. a bit. Except for her being so white
and still, you'd scarcely know she was
dead; but I'm just tired out, so I think
I'll be off to bed,' and 1 left them to
getherand climbed up the steep staircase
to my attic.
' i 'T toot tired enough, but I couldn't
sleep. ' Even when I did , dose off a
few minutes, it was only into a confused
dream, in which 1 always saw that ring,
Now-I was digging for it madly in a huge
neap of shavings; now 1 was in church
with Margaret, and the parson would not
read the marriage-service for us till I put
the. ring on her finger; and now I was
buried, pressed down in the stiff earth,
but holding it tight. I got up at last in
the early dawn, and, pushing my window
open, leaned out for a breath of air. I
'thought it was the close hot room that had
oppressed me, and I threw on my clothes;
and went down to the river for a bathe,
but when I got there, I didn't caro to
go into the water, and sat down in
stead upon the bank, staring at the
rushes for a full hour. ' I didn't fight
against my fancies now. The tempta
tion had got me, body and soul. Ah,
well ! I didn't know, then, as I do now,
that it's the first thoughts which do the
barm.' If a man once lets himself go on
thinking of what he ought to drive out of
bis mind at once, he's IosC fe can't'gtt
rid of his ugly notions afterwards. When
I walked away from the river, I was
changed tnan, hardened and' reckless.
That day was not like aiiy other, jdays.
The. busy little , village, looked 'dull
enough with the ; shop windows closed.
and the people,; each i with 1 some bit of
black about them, standing loitering at
the street corners, watching for the funer
al procession. My mother and father went
to the churchyard, but I had to be up at
the Hall. I It was a Very quiet.' simple
busiuess.' ; When the old banker at Hil
bury had : been.., buried the year before,
there bad been twice as many carriages
and plumes ; but the squire had always
hated fuss and ; show;- and : he : was too
heavy-hearted now to think of anything
but his own grief. ' His sister was there,
and my lady's brother, and one 4r two
consins, and these, with the doctor and
the parson, nd some of the old servants,
made the whole party, except the little
fair-haired boy who held his father's hand
when they went down into the vault
in - that -same vaults .Miss .-Hestery-in.
which your - own : mother : was laid but
yesterday." -You know where it is in the
churchyard, not a stone's throw from the
chancel window, t: Well, it was all over,
and thef heavy tone had been J let fall
again, and when the' crowd ' scattered,
there was ! scarcely -'a frry,rBye''knl6nfr
them." 'V? '"" "V;-"a
a",We- went ioma by-and by, and; the
shutters were taken ' down, and -father
and I'sal 'dowiT to 'our tench j but some
how, neither of, us were in : this mood: ,for
work..; -He- never did much now, though
lie liked to putter about among bis tools,
and watch all that Vent on.To-'day, he
soon put tiiem by, and stood leaning oyer
the. half -door, looking down the .street,
while I planed and hammered.or sat.idly
twirling the foot rule between njy fingers
Ah, lad, you've not much hear;, for, car
pentering to day, my father said at last;
as be turned bis head and caught sight of
fey Hstles's.'figure; butT there'lrlie ,",mbre
need foy, work; than, yyer tliera'. Wa8, .for
we always knew where to look for help
before, and" I doubt the fequirer" Will-, not
be,' much'. .aV.'tbe Hall now.' , !'Mnybe
not,' I made, answer, and then I got. up
and .walked straight away to the lathe.
I didn't want to talk tr be talked to, for
a strange savage feeling had got bold of
me, and 1 was lialPatrAid of myself, J' So
the day word on.'and the evening came,
and' iny mother looked into the workshop,-
and ; bad6 me come -tO'Snp
per;! When : it was: over "''father
reached "' down ri bis a pipe, from the
mantle-sbelf.J'iHe and I 'mostly had
smoke togethsr on the green ia the twi
light, arid I saw that lie waa waiting for
me,' but I did not intend to go out with
him to-night; iso I spoke up in a dogged
kind ' bf way and Baid; 1I promised to
get over to Kettlethorp; to take -the-order
lor that linin-press; there'll be t'nn
to get there: aBd back before dark.'
'Nay,, nay; my lad,' father! answered,
'sure there's no such haste.' ii 4.Yesj there
is,' i.and I . spoke the more-- sharply,
as X, saw father's wondering) look.
'It, won't-da to! let '.a job. slip t .in
to Ixieig s hands, for want of looking, al
ter it ourselves.! WelWiweHVand - the
old man made no more objections, , for rl
think that he saw that my mind was made
up. ii At tha door, l turned to, say :
Don't you sit up mother. I may be
late, if I happen to light on Tom Hill.'
Yon. ain't going to. the public, Phil ?'
she asked anxiously. ?I can't tell,' says
1, and shut to the' door, just hearing fath
er's words: ,' 'Let the lad alone, missus;
hell come to no harm,' as I tramped up
stairs-, l had something to do before 1
went out, and I wanted to do it quietly.
i a:J c0H0LO8IOir ON" M0SDAY.1
GREAT 'scholars are not always the
best teachers. ' " 1 am quite full;-1 as
sure you.V said a huge water bottle-' with
a very narrow neck, that was suspended
over the" flower ' bed. '" " Full far5-empty,
it makes no difference to us,'- said the
flowers, " for we get riothiD out of you.
Yonder shallow can, though it holds but
little, is worth a dozen of you; for what
it has it pours out, and we have the ben
efit ot it. lou are welcome to the credit
of -having, but we prefer those who Un
derstand how to give."
i Emerson. in hislectureon "Greatness,"
cited Count Gurowski for his 6turdy in
dependence of character. 1 "Where is
this bog 1" asked he of somebody in Cam
bridge, when he was poor, and in a strait
for victuals and lodgings ; ' "I wish to
dig in it; I, too, wish to arn 'some
money. ' And on being remonstrated
with that suclr work would degrade him,
he replied, "1 cannot be degraded; 1 am
UUrOWSkl. " ..is i-
I An old divine, cautioning the .clergy
against engaging in violent controversy.
uses the following happy simile; "If
we will be contending let. us contend
like the olive and the vine, who shall
produce the most and the best, not like
the aspen and the elm, which shall make
the most noise m the wind.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. HEFAKD.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
..' NEW XTXXXXL. '
TB. 8HEPARD HAVnO FORRIED
a a partnership with G. HDR1GER. for tbe
purpose of -carrying on the Boot and a hoe trade at
XO. 16S SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
publio generally to c&U and examine tbeirfineand
well selected stock ot' Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Sooes, this day received di
rect trom the hast, and which tbey are now ofienns
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufaoturins: depariment special attention is given it.
. CUSTOM MADE WOBK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solioit a sbare of public
pationage. Please give us a oall. No trouble to
Remember the place : No. 13 South Hish street.
SHKl'ARD A HURKibK.
Columbus, O. Sept. la.l88. . . sepia-dtf
WHOLESALE GROCERS. .
W". B. BROOKS. ALIX. DOCBTON., WM.. H. 8L D
J . -fc W . Ii . BKOOKH,
Car. IticU AHI(b Sta.,Colunata :
NEW 0ELEAN8 BUGAB8 AND M IA - -'
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices, T Lace
. . . .IiIOUOHB. csbo. i . , . ' ,
feb6-ly - s .
JNO. S. ROBERTS,
1 ' .." DEALKE IN " ' " '.
TOILET ARTICLE'S, PERFUMERY,
AND ' '
35.TJ"0"5T GOODS. -
A full stock of Condray's. Rummel's and Lubin'i
. rjxtrscts aau A'omades. . . . ;.-
No. 854 Nartnt llia;b street, ... .-l
decll-eodlm COLViMUS, OHIO.
.ot .riW -MEDIGAIa liKiTii
's( FEMALES, OWING 1 TO'TllE
peculiar and important relations VhTch,
fhey sustain, $heir peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings,,iFree4ouj from fbtfse -contribute
in no small degree to .theiq
happiness and welfare, for" none eaaibe
happy who are ill. Not only so, but nr
one of thesef various female "complaints
can long be suffered to run on withoutf
Involving' the general health of the In
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sicknessand premature declined jfo.
is it pleasant toxpngult a. physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so 'far Sacrifice rJlBt!
greatest charm as to do this.' The.x
will then thank us for-placing in their
hands ' simple" specifics' whiohi ill be
found efficacious in relieving inQacTfrlng
almost' every one of those 'tfbulflesome
complaints peculiar" to the s"ek.3 tst'iT el
-10 fci ,Jili,.a sl-iOD K Kit ouiftit Jftlrl xnT
na jin.) .'f. .-. .noil lo IsvhiA mm shT
.yi'O iiol ws"Z 11I i)iiari nssd ,
hundreds of otherAapply. vainly toalirngt.
gtrjta sad doctors, wh isr.net3eVy au
tatalize tTiernvwith the hope-'cf 'k eureiort
apply remedies wticB rflaKe'tliem"' warie.
I would fabtVish'trWsweri anytHhg that
would d tlj'usflce,, Wthe'afflictgdBaPl
am obliged to'say'thaflaltnobgfi5 it' tn
be produced" from"xe8ve7eifiiu5a
qf the powers, of life, by laborious em.
profuse Bie,ptraatiope(yise ofajafd
coffee, and frequent childlirthjt daiifaf
oftener caused by direct irritation, Ape-I
plied to' the "mucbile nnjmrueT of t8e
va'grri a itself.''01 "-w" r.tfo'oA!K er!i
When reviewing the causes of ffiese
to contemplate the attendant evils con,',,
sequenuponthem..Jv is but Aimpje
luetiiw to tlie, ftRPJHCt to, enumerate, a ftewa
of the many additional causes -which box
largely affect the life, health' and happi-
riesS r)f :womn iu all classes ot society,1
and which, consequently, affect more or"1
,4i-3 J;lo ,.,':'..,' 9.- . l. a.l':iM.i '
less pr ectly, .the .jWelfare ff thentire.j
human family. The mania that exists a
for precocious educatiotp an'd-'marrrage,
causes the1 years that. tiature deifgried"1
for corporeal development' to' "be' wasted
V . , .TT; fl'..;ii'll T",i
and perverted in the restraintsaodressj
the early confinement of echool,- aq esi)
peciallyja thei nhAUhy ,e.xcjt.aient.4)f .
the: ball-JCom.. ThuB; 1 with ; the bddyb
half-clothed,-and the" mind- riddy.
'cited '."by pleasure," perverting' in ntiS-
night revel tne hotirB designed by nitifre'1
for sleep arioTrest, the'Vork 'oi' deitruc-"?
tion is. half accomplished. ' 1 "i'
In .consequence of this. ea,rlyi, strain,
upon her system, unnecessary effort,. is,
required by the delicate votaryj.to.fo a
tain her. situation in school , at a - later
day, thus aggravating the, evil. ,.vWhea,)
one excitement is over, another in pros,,
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensj-t-j
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint bFfashJbn'able dressjbV
soltitely forbidnin'g!:tlie''exertiae; ifidis!-'',
pensable to the attainment and retention &
of organic health and 'strength f th'ei-'
posnre to night air ;"the. suddrjn' change
of temperature ;a the -completd "proBtrai11
tion 1 produced by- excessive 'dancingVT
must, of necessity, produce their 'legitw
mate effect.' At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of. misery; And he anun
fortunate one, hitherto bo utterly regards a
less of, the ' plain-, dictates and - remon- b
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject, of medical treat-7
ment. , , This is but a truthful picture of j
the experience of thousands of our young si
women.; s1a-, .... - n-.t . - ,ti aa i .
Long before the ability to exercise the U
functions of the generative organs, theyr.
require an education of their, peculiar
nervous system, composed of what ia a
called the tissue, which. is, -in common
with the female breast and lips, evidetitei!.
ly under the. control of mental emotions. 0
and associations at an ; early period fij
life ; and, as we shall subsequently eee-i
these - emotions,, when . excessive, Jeadr
long before puberty, to habits which sapt. (
.'the very life of their victims ere nature ;
has self completed their development. -,1")
I For Female Weakness and Debilitywij
Whites or Leucorrhoea,. Too JTvfuP
Menstruation, Exhaustion, , Too Long
Continued Periods, , for Prolapsus syid't
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri,, wtyr,
offer, the most perfect specific s known t,4
Helmbold's Compound Extract iOF,r
Bucbu.. Directions for use, diet,, and,,
advice, accompany. , ,',.,. , a; -., ,
! Females in every period of-life, from)9
infancy to extreme old age. will find, it a..,
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of . t
Us functions.' Strength is the glory xLt
manhood and womanhood." Helmbold's
Extract Buchc isi; more strengthening
than any of the preparations' . 01 Bark
or Iron; infinitely safer,' and more pleas7!!1,
iant. :' Helmbold's "Extract Bi'CHU,)"
'having received the' indorsement of the'',
most prominent physicians in the Uhited'
States, is now offered -.(o,, afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the folio w-r.
'ing diseases and symptoms, from what-' !d
ever cause-originating : General Debil-.'"
ity, Mental and -Physical Depressioni','1
Imbecility, Determination.' pf,' Blood. .ta';';
the Head, Confused 'Ideas Hysteria?. i
General - Irritability,'' Restlessness ' and :VJ
Sleeplessness at nighty Absecce''of Mus-j ('j
cular Efficiency, Loss ,Appetitej Djs-,0;)
pepsia. Emaciation, Low. Spirits, Distu-.i a
gauiaatiorror Paralysis of the Organs f '
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,,!
1 . n . 1 1 .1.. . . r. '"t
ana, in iact, an. iue toiicoiuiianis ot a
NervOuS ', and ; Debilitated state of. the' . , ,
system: ' To insure the genuine, cut this (!l
ou t. ' Ask f or H elm bo ld's. ".Taket pi ',, ,
J Sold hy Aruggists'apd Dealers every-.'
j Price. -$1.25 per bottle, or, 6 bottles w i
forj ?6.50.'J Delivered to any ' address.'
aveserioe sympioms m ,u cumuiuDica-,.,
t;'-J A,ij',.Q" Vt. 1'. HF.T.AfROT.n 1
tiona." J Address' it ,1V. HELMBOLD,
sDrug'&nd Chemical WarehQuse,'.694 iw
Bdwar, N. T." ..",, VJ;T,1J(I
! None are genuine unless done up tia j
steel-engraVed wrapper; with fac-simile'. ,',w
of my Chemical 'Warehouse, and iigned, j.
H. T. HELMbOLD.
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