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'f-.j ARCHITECT.
. Architect. Civil Kntibon. i.
Olhoe ovajf the Sationai tzehangaBanld
eATT0RNBSir4
r.JC . . ATT0Kii,I8 AT 'iCW ?
6iM.llo.fiUhnltk.
igL tt , Ambot Build-
'1AMEIIG. BUIX, ,, :,T ,1 - a
-UtJ. AXTORJljiyi-Liw irAYOtt.fl
ti dt. ATtOliLMfi V-AT-LAW A Kotaw Ptiblio.
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lfliiiJartoB,a Building,
. V, r: ATTUEMS VS-AT LAW. "'-i
Offii-Orouth Hiahsuaol. A moos BnilcHiJC
luCTIOiT AID COAOflsSION
Anotiowor Deaier InBaauIe3l
uAAUsLa,i!iaa.ins and Nottmia."
o7 Wast Broad street.
tfill iv!iBATH-rR0OMSl-T
VJT Barber and Hair Dresser '-Hot aoal ColL
fcAts. Uaaemeut fuKAiiiQ O-Ailiai.- - ,
BOOKaBINDERa 3T
ini a.' '
Jf , 144'Soutli.tiiga) asreaa. Jut eeerVe4,i
'teaat assortment Jew atlas 4owpnea.iW
n's' iufUtClAc aJulS1 "
t "Is the noted bouae for ood Boots. aaaT'gboel
at loljiiqes,iew taok joeil. oiTT T
Dealers in.iUaiuwgh d-Ohtoab- Atloi
TJoke, Drain 'Ills and 0Vuoftexi'ime,f-9
.i ' 'flO.HlAIUO HUH SI
street, j
OUMMISSIQN : MERCaAJSTS;
gununuaiao, A'armssdinc da Prbdoee Mef
T sliti r' efll'"Ur, 'lr '-' W iwl
-a-
fXttT..:JC6RSSTSv'
llti a 1 anas
H ' '"I l
TV', B' a cutsaess.;
Manufacturers and'Dealer&iB FrenehL Garr
-Aaaa
. Atso. riuoo SKircs. ..
t AU 4per Moose. '
CROCKERY. &c.'
. ...n a - 1 una .'3:0
;,-tA4-4af , i.-,nn:H iii
rjT , wooiessja . Itstsjl
aar
Pealer i hiBa,
Lamps ani Laiup
swemkwmre, Ulass. i'.
ixcarasu
48 A
onn ui(aatrwb
importer and Wbolnale and Retail Dealar
a lUsoeateri Crn, 1a, Outlerjr, huted Uouds,
Coal V4 istAptfcaaOso ,tBj - n r-'i 3 i-
tiJ ,.-.J-u
-m-r
AUNSiS sfc SimiiisoHi41j-H-i3 j.a-.ii.
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1111IT11 1 II I 1 1 ''-nii".-- .
G.
W. 1SJNN. UATMT.LUTIi'tuAAt.;iV.
of Dantistrr. inclndauw iamarA Innnani
ilinaral Plate. Utlioe, 10 aud 11 Opera Bluck.
- 1 m h; ; i.'iu I'JLlia At
rr-BiJutv 4cCo,.,; Ff"W)o t
iJU . Uakior in Dry UuoOs. SoUohst Carpetil'Oi.
CWtks. Mailings. bftiev tiatcv Caps and k nr,
ouay ytgnaua 'rianu streats. a Tv iaa
rlr A. ihiHuMm 'jkr - n'
J n -!- ' ?I4 86atiaisihste;,r,
Carpate itfattinfajQil Cintna.Uuitauas.iiiaKleaad
epry(j6odB.i aH , .r ,.,;r,-.T,,.:
HJ',i.s3 .-; (:o1i. i
, ', . bolasaied. Kauit Daai.rs la 8tapl and
lVancy prx UopdsAia)d,iUAutaoturer of Ladies'
C10MJ.OJ1- ?r , fiirtr-l,..-. la3 g uigB mnKm
J? K: t-fttin 4 CoTaasS
: HUtllfA M AOAS.k. b
1 dealers in Dry iAuods and
i1HUI IDIflVVMi ruuiirBucvb,
- , - ! " - ''
JA.ilIk.tl KA.OAAn, i,T:,
Wholesale and taU Dealer in Dry Cocda.
JSMs;btn Building, bom-118 and Ewath Mi(b
s Intel. -j- ..... j - -
" Dealers in staple and Fandy Dry. Goods and
Gejtts'inrnJAhrtNl Wrnda, Ao. 8 Aeil iimma.
G
iI A.C'sAsftka'AV AMAk 4to, ,
Dearera in titaple aod Fansy Dry Goods.
"treat.
A
C. McAULt, a A. CO.. .
T foreign' aod Domestio Uix Goods. Uoths,
Furd. etoiisallAiUotH High Street.
DRUGGISTS.!'
: : 13
tit -People's nig Htore. S0&outn Hib St.'"
aouptioiiarai any eoiiaud at ail hours.
-w AtaSki ual. aa 4sl a . st
1 tatFOT Jjsttti SVUASa. '
XJ J11ri1SK.kOtlfcii.Ta.'
-.1:
DroggiatanA AaoUaeoaryi--. r T - ' ,
- T 11 1 1 . II
JUW HOLtSALK A EE till. DRUGGISTS.
". .. ..ytteuthHuh st CmuuibuA.,4.
TlttAUJI, toSAASjU. V At.,
W bolesale and Betail Unuvut. .nj 1
i u rtvprielary atedioines. ' ".
si i iiixt j ' i " 84 North High street.
.bjj'.i'rfa
jtNGRAVERS."
11CAASV A( JUtfOAaC
A Den
DesiM-oers. fcnxravers and Pablisbea-sv Hottj-
rial and oUwr seala engraved to order. ., .
ISoe. 107 and loo Sooth High street.
' Alautctar'Ai4 WbelosBia and Retail Deal-
era a FuinituraCiiaaTaVslainiasea,ie. .', " -.-
o. xoi South Hish ot. (Uperkjiousej.
rT.fwt. -t i,
OHIO FDHN1TCKE CO.(
AlMnulactureraiiirsaolaAS Favrakure.t Whole
sale and ' Retail w areroonis, &. 1 and .4 U wjsne
Uioeagm' ' ' - - :- ' "
cgBypRNisiima.
1
tffc AaansM4 h. tjo.y
A2J Dealer, is Mantlea. titoaaa and Honaa Fos
Dishing Uoooa. AUo, i 'n, Copper and (Sheet Iron
Ware.' 1 ' - ' 17 AastTown itreet.
AKKMSaVSrsjAHX, -., . , ,vi , , .;,
House Furnishing Goods, Uantlea. Grates,
Copper, tin and &het Iron. Stoyea and Uantlea.
ion South Hiii street
"I if " i I' ' ir Ul i
a kTUK. TiLOH St HUIF .1. .
XV Dealers in Uardwaia,ioaseFurnishing Goods,
barbie and blate atantles. Urates, Staves. Hot Air
K nrrr-. Ac , -Ml fiorth High street.
BUSINESS" DIRECTORY
H0QE SKIRTS.
1 -!
EHEED, ' j '
Manutactarer ud Wholeralo Dealer In Hoop
Skirta and Corsets. Also, denier in Berlin Zapher
aod Faoct HoKde, 103 tkinth iiighatrr jt. - 1
HOWESEWIXG, MACHINB.
S.
Dealer in liuirieaf Merchandise,
Boots. Sta-
I7a.n.- iXAm
for the celebratedEli&a Howe Medal Sewing
nactunen j no.si
10 Soath Hisft ttreet. oor. Rich.
HATSrfc CAPS.
(Successor to 12 . LaafJ, Dealer in Ba, Caps,
Fujeaad titraw Woods am tjovtfa BiKrf street.
- - (Sian Unlden Hat): "
VTATiOIlaJb HOrtL-v
i.1 Opposite Depot.
J. H DA VII
H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
Hftl l t l . ' ATKS ftOTEIi,
ti t. 1
Vomer High and Town streets.
r.. 4. BiiUUJM l. rropneton
m.n V. .-mi' ' 'i ' 1
Corner Koartk. t Friend Its.
Commodioaa''
house and extensile stables
BOWERS. Proprietor. : -
INSURANCE.
CONNEo nocv ;tnttAL l.ife
anranoe Company. . Assets, $18,000,000.
WM.'JAMlriON, Anent.Columbtts.0.
X1ETTKIBK AIHILTEIUBERGER
IV ttKMiRALAGBIiTS ararity Life lain ranee .
Company. No. 5 tlpoxa House.
HOIT1K HSIIHANCE COnFAUT OF
Columbns, O. -apital and Assets, 466J)14.S7.
(ijUBAavSRfee'y. j ' 'i
J5--- T Office. 5os.4 Opera House ,.
MILLINERY GOODS.
VWhoIetale and Retail Millinery Goods. '
101 ii. iiigh street. Opera House Block.
IIKs. A. OOWKIIVU. V
ilA Dealer in alillinary. Straw Goods and Trim
mings. Ho- 67 .north Bigh street.
I '..IJ WlUkIC)
u e Lieaiar in u.
iUinery, Iras and Cloak Trim.
Goods. 130 South Hikh street. 1
mines nd Fancy Goods
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAFHAOSEN'dC t OHLLEBEK, ;
Merchant Tailors avnd Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods.
fla- 68 North High street.
aW.BHSWAiiBEKM'!!!''1 2UT .
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur-
nishing Goods. Also aent for the Diamond Shirtsj
131 South High street. I
' M , .,
THKOHIO nERCHANtf T AICOKJNO
A A CLOTHING GO
186 8. Hiah at. Gents';
suits made to order.
Ready-made Clothing al-:
wan on hand.
JOH. 17. KIVKEWBAGHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and'
st
, , . iu,vk nuria auuBii
MKKCHAMT TAILOR. 430 South Rich it.'
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. ,
3rz NEW& Dfl ALERTS
ANDKEWS A'liDI Lt
Mews Dealers, 'Booksellers and Stationers. '
no. 00 soutn tiign street, next door to fostofhee.
iuaaAi witniA;"'-' aAjA'u
X? .NeWsDealert Boakaellen Stationer and Bind
er, Publications in biitajUerman and English.
- ir 331 South High street.
--pAER WAfilOUSESr' !
ANDKEWS, PEUAI AV CO.,
Manufactnrers and Dealers in Writing, Print
1 ff.rappinl Kapera, 53 A fl J) trta,Higa at J
N.vims) dc Hi h enu.it
Dealers in Printi, Book. Writing and Fin
Papers SO, 88 A 40 .North Bigh street.
PHOTOGRHERS.
PHOIOGRAPHtKS.
-81 pkmih High street.
31. ELLIOTT,
eH0TOORAPUKR.'p10r:Sbut(r fliefrbMei.
Piott
iotnres made m-erery style and sise.
J. AHCHEK,
aa Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, eto eto
-AO
i G.t Hid.: o. 138 tSoath High suwet.-i
PHYSICIAN.
E M. BOWSJI, M. Dl
a Mo. S Onu HnuiiB.. Vi
Kya, Ear. Heart, ThruaAand Lungs. Also, Diseases
of women and Children: - -
y.r :,-tr:-,.a
F. HABB1S AcCtr;,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lirhta A
Co. 'sand Haines A Bo.'a fiauoa. Also, Organs,
Uelodeons and other musical Instruments.
.n-joi- Tr , 86 Merth High ttreet.
J.
SJ. WOODS, " -
Agent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi-
anoa. Also, OrgamvMalodeons and Sheet .Mubio.
31 South High street.
RESTAURANT.
BxuK. txcninoE. bestackast,
Comer SlaHeami Hiehtrretit.
CH A RLfrf MY LR. Proprietor.
sflBWING,iiXCIffip:s,.
t a EiiA 8GwiNimriCHiaiE,
ci The beat in the world, Mos. 1 and 1 Opera
Bouaa.nv .. . PiiiMEI.. 4ienerar Agent J
WATCHES' AND JEWELRY.
f"k sa iiii.hhaia.A' i:u...n ,n -1
iKa - Dealerrin Pihe; Watehea'. Clocks, jewelry.
Piatedware.
ISjteotaolaa, AYe-yiKoi 1 rvat Town
Itreet.
piruft HAKKIMO'SON.
M (Suroessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Speo-laslcs-.
Mo. i Neil Home. - ; .1
FA. AL LEQDr:REliX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry No. 71 South Hilt street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
ANCltOFr UKOS. tc to.,
j Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Kaiiotis'.lj
3 and 4 Gvynna Block, Town street.
REED.JONUACa.,-', WwH
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. Mo. Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
HfcKKB IVEW TO
all whom it may eoneera, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on liusiness as an Indepen
dent Banking iomDanr at the city ol Cleveland.
Ohio, under aar act of the General Assembly of the
sand State of uhio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
toe otate Bans: 01 unio ana otner tsaoBing com
panies," passed February Sttb, 1845, being desirous
uf relinuuishinc and elosinsr its Banking business.
Ho that end has. in pursm-nce of toe statutes of the
said ntate of ubroin such case made, paid and re-
aeemea more tau ninety pr3ut. ui tui uuiiauin
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurar oi itaie of the said Slate of
Ohio to be destroyed", and have provided means aod
given security to tbe satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r ef State of said State of
Ohio tor the redeinotioa 4f its outstanding notes of
eiroulation a't tbe oflice of the Mational City Bank
of 'Cleveland, at the.aid city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. -Done
by order of the Board of Directors of the
jyll-dltawGm -i n, -1
' The Sisters of St. Mary V,
OF THE sARllVG!!,' KECTENTLlf OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday iu September, laWLT Far Board and
tuition. (75, S80, tigs and 90. according to the de
partment of the pupil. , bh. IiO olS. Sup't.
Ad drees Box 51. .tr? au3-dtf
.UM'."o.:ii v. if. 1 f ln.'iu.i ui-i
SUPS H GEIGER
Attorney at lsA-wr.
lqadgS6-eod8m COB. TOyil.k BIOB BT
S., S., FINNEY'S , r
D
kNClMG ACADEM X Id MOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTOrVT HALL.
I t
1 For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from S to 8
P. M Gentlemen's -AveDins; class at AMBUS
Hi sTL. 3d inst.. at 8 o'clock P. M ,t ootlt
FOR HALE.
A' I PAIR OF r,ir0arOOWni."H?I'g,'FITE
land six years' old, very handsome, kind and
aug-iS-dtf
RICHARD MSYINS.
MEDICAL.
v.v)
WOMAN.
:,lt
-FEMAIaESj pTNG to the
peculiar and important relations which
they susUin, their peculiar organization
And the offices th'ej perform,' are subject
to toiany Bufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in ; no small degree to their
happiness and-welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. , Not only, bo, hut no
one of these various female complaints
can long be suffered, to run . on without
involving the general ealth of tTie in
dividual, And ere long producing perma
nent siiknessand premature decline. KTor
is jtpieasant to consulta physician for the
reliefbf tUesB various delicate affectiorisf
and nly upon the most argent necessity
will a' true" woman bo far sacrifice ; het
greatest charm as to do this.1 .'The sex
will then than!:' us for placing in their
hands .'simple , specifics", which, will be
found efficacious inrelieving and curing
almost every one of those troublesome
complaints peculiar tthe sex.j J "f I 'l ! '
.YHEEMBOlitPS. I:
EniUCT-iOF-lBUCIIU.
"I nundrede . suffer oa in silence, arjd
hundreds of others apply Vainly to. drug
gists and doctors, who either merely'tan
tatalize them, with the hope of a cure or
apply, remedies' which make ihem' Worse.
I .would not, wish to assert anything that
would do infustice' io the afflicted, bui I
am obliged to-say that although it may
be produced from' fxcssrie' exhaustion
of the power of life by laborious em
ployment; Unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use Af tea and
Coffee, aud. frequent childbirth, it. is fair
ofleiier caused ' by 'direct irritation ap
plied iq tuti -uiuoouavBaeoiDrtine ot idb-
vaeina itseii.
I hJnjvieWing hycr(s;oftheseJ
distressing, (omplaintaKjt is most painful
to contemplate the" attendant evils con
sequent" upon i jnem.'i It is but simple
justice to tlia subject to enumerate a few
of the any ditjotial causes which so
larsrely affect the life, health and happi'
nes pf.womaq ju,all glasses society,
and which, consequently, ' affect mora or
less directly,, the 'welfare of the, entire
human family.' The mania that exists
for precocious education - and "marriage.
causes the years that .nature designed
for oorpereal development to-be wasted
and, perverted .in, he restraiata of- dress,
lje;earlj confineriient ot jBchool, and e's
peciallv in toe unhealthy excitement of
the.bal;r'mJvShu'strwjrt ihciody
half-clothed,' and" the tnind unduly ex-
lj...-'.i .... '
cited by, pleasure perverting ; in mid
night Tevel theKhoifrtfdee'ifcned by ifature
for, sleep ant) jresVitfia' .norlc1 of-destrud-
tlptt is hall; accomplished.j '
r'Aii consequence ttf lbk . early strain
upori her. y stem, unnecessary effort is
teqnhreff, .By, the delicate ..votary, to- ri
tain: her situation; in 'school ' at , A later;
(lay Urns aggravating 'the' 'evil.s When
one Excitement is: over'another in tros-
pective keeps the mind, morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the. now" con
stant - restraint of fashionable -drestjau-
soiuieiy lUTtmiuirig lun.exercige ,01013
pensabfe"tothe attainment an.d retention
of "o'rg'ari.iq "health and strength';, tbe ex
nosure'to hierht air : the ' sodden chanire
of temperature ; the complete prostra.
tion r produced by"-excessive , daricing,
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate eliect. AtaIast, an early marriage
caps-the climax of misery, tind theun-
toxtunaW one, hitherto so utterly rt-gard
less-1 the 'plain dictates atnd renaon
Btrauceo of iher delicate natare, becomes
fin unwilling eubjact- pf, mediqaL treat-
(iwn-.Thii) is but arutbfuL picture of
the experience ot thousands of our young
HlUUICUf, r. : .Q -n; ' .lit1 7 ' . ii .
I -jljOng; befrir"! the ability ,tp Exercise the
(unction of the generati ve organsLthey
require an education .of. their peculiar
aervous-sjetem',. composed of what is
called the tissue; which is, in Common
with the female breaBtr and lips, evident
ly under the control 'of .mental emotioni
and associations at an early period of
lite ; anc, as we snail subsequently see,
tbeBe emotions, when excessive, lead,
Ion? before puberty, to habits which' 6a d
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self completed their development.-
j For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whitea j or Iieucorrhcea, '1T00 Profuse
Menstruation,.;' Exhaustion, .Top.;Long
liOBtmuea-jrenooa, - tor Toiapsusjaufi
Bearing Down, or -Prolapsue TJterilwe
offer the most perfect specific known
Heimbold's. Compound ExTrac't J'f
T,.l..::Ti:iI.-f-i' r- 1: .'a
ijuuhu. iuettiuuo jur use, uiet, ana
advice, accompany y m-jzz.
Fen1ale81n every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature iu.ibe discharge of
its function., strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. Uelmbold's
EXTBACTiBudBU is imore strengthening
than any of the, preparations, of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. " Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
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 : arid Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganisation or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation ' of tbe Heart,
and, in fact', all the doncomitants of a
Nefvous and Debilitated state of -the
system. ' To insure the genuine, cut this
out, ; Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
otherv'' ;? - ''
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. .
Price. $1.25 per, bottle, or 6 bottles
for j $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms' in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical - Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. T.
None are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of thy Chemical Warehouse, and ligned
yxj-dwAa-weowly H. T. HULMbOLD.
DRY GOODS.''
HOLIDAY GOODS.
GREAT
I I It
IIOlilDAY. GOODS
JI'iM H I'll '. i .
jit,i r i-in' I
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GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.'S,
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Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
.n, ri-iilf.
'r - Real Lave HMdketMlV'''.''.'17!.i. M
Initial Handkerchiefs;, ,,; . ti.f..:; ,
i Hemmed Stitched Handkerchief!; it :
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not to remind him of ' Lf bispangs.buttosbow
him how tobanish them I I forever- The means
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te endure a living death, or to put himself in 1
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Of the efficacy of this matohless vegetable stom-
achie are to be found in every eity and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by ita usakmnd eager to bar
testimony to its vir- ' tf tues It differs from
any other Bitters in eihnenoe, in this special par
tioular it is not alcohol ia. i, ,. -,t ., ,- .
' ' For suoh oontitntions and systems t raqaire for
wu iu,iw.H.uBaiuifBiig luuiiuaub, , . i
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GERMAN TONIC I
Bas Been provided a preparation in which the soln
id extracts ef the finest nstorotives of the vegeta-'
i .iiiiuuiu t a nam iu lumuua Df I BPII71UOUB
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tba
patient, in choosing between those two great anti-
1 aoies, snooia ne guide i oy nit own condition. If in
a very low state from debilltv. the TaniAaknnid ha
his selec ion; but in cases where the emereancy ia
1 not so pressing, tne crrxers is tne specific required.
Thousands find infin- Ar ite benefit from tak
ing each in tarn. J . There is Bo-phasenf
indigestion.' biliuusneABS nervous disease or phyaii'
cal prostration ta whick they are not adapted, aad
, in hiuu, aiuiiy vroumoinea, iney win not eneoiAj
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' and popular of all vegetable iovigorauu and ooi
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i Biliousness; Indigoetion, General Debility, and
all tbe complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in toe liver, the stomach and the
ooweis, are eraaioatea oy a course ot this great
JCONST
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.Which notonly combat, and conquers diseases that
" have entrenched themselves in the system, but
.'is the beet known safeguard against all unhealthy
- influences, r Persons whose ooounationa and nur-
Auits suojeel them to the deprassiag effects of
close, unwt
' u'arly as a
' other disor
elose, unwholesome atmosphere, shoaid take itreg
u'any as a protection against tne low tevers and
otner disorders wmcn malaria engenders, In
.lids who are
, . . Wasting away, : : ,
Wiraont anvapeeiBi eompIainW'exaest a gradual
' deciinatio.u of bodily strength and nervous eoeriry,
'win nno in tne mr-- s Trh.S a tountain
-vitality and visor, M-r"-' refreshing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert ta tbe laad-scorohed
ana iainung travaiers.jj ( ,t, l ,
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GERMAN BITTERS
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! Is composed or the pure juices (or. as tbevare nw
j -dieinally termed, is xtrocta), of Rnots,. Herbs and
Barlos, makin a 'preparation highly concentrated
: and entirely free loom Aleohelio admixture of any
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Is t fombieatioBof alt: tie ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the Durest oualitv of SantA. Crns.Rnm
Orange, eto.. matt i no one of the most pleasant And
aerecable remedies ever offeaed tn tbe tmhlte. 1 . .
These remediee will effectnally euro Liver Cora-
plaint, Jaundice, Uys- . pepiia, . Chronio , or
Nervous Debility-,; lea ' Chrjnio Diseases
! tne avianeys, ana au eiseaaes aria ng from a idiaor-
i aeraa Aayer or AMimaoa..!-. , .,, i . -. -,.:i..J-
' " " i , . ..' Such ,. . r ,-.( , , -,,'
ir,: .t ,UH'f.' Consti- " " 1 '
!! nil ii" pation, Inward 1 ' " '
... ; Piles, dullness -of ' -
: ' ( Blood to the Head. ,
jn .u. 'Aoidity of the Stomach. . ,;;
; - ' Aausea. Heartburn, Disgust
' .,. for food. Fullness or Weight in the
. ' Stomach, Sour &ruotatiwnsr .-Sinking r u
bt Fluttering at the pit oi the Stomach, .
' Swimming of the Head. Hurried and IJifficnlt
Breathing. Fluttering, at the' Heart. Choking
gudocating Sensations wheal in a LyL g Posture,
1Aiiune ui , leiou, i 'ota or weos oeiore tne
' Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, .
.: i Deficiency Of Perspiration,' "Veflimness
1 .. r-T, of the tskin and Eyes, Paiu in the ':'"
. , Side, Baok, Chest, Limbs, etc - i.-.i
" sudden ilusbes of Heat,. l.i
. .-. - Auriiiua in tea r lean,
! .Constant lmagin- '
- ings vf Evil, and ' ! ii' f
it ". UreatDepret- ., ,
'.: ' ' sioa of '. , , '. .; ..
Spirits. '. ' v' 1
They are the (Neatest and Best!
j BLOOD' PURIFIERS
Ever knows, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in order. g. . Keep jour diifstive
frganeK in - a eound, M " he.lthy eotdition, by
be use of these remedies, and no disease will ev
aasauyott. U , i .
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Weak - and - Delicate ' Children
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Are ruade strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. Tbey will cure every ease of MARASMUS
withoutfail ... .(....
Thousands rf certificates nave accumulated
the banns of theproprietcrs. but space will allow
of the publication ot but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men ot note and of suoh standing that
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
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! . , OF PENNSYLVANIA
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i SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.1
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tea
i ;'kn -in -. timony? - -,
I i.fe ' !-. " .(."'Li r.:a! :rt( !-H :
! HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Conrt of Pennsyl
vania, wiitas : . ' - - v ,..,
PBiLAPELrHiA. March 1. 187.
i I find Hoofland's Oerman Bitters" is a good ton-
t io. uteiui in mseases fta ot tne digestive or
gans, and of great ben- IV efit in cases of debil
ity and want of nervons action in the syg'em
1 ours truly. i. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
1 HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
. '
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
' ! PeiLADBLPHIAr April 88. 18B6.
I eoasider "HooflAnd's Uerman Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in oases of attacks of Indigestion or
Dispepaia. I can certify this ironi my experience
u iu ! .. a oura, witn respect.
; , .. - James Thompson.
HON. J AS. ROSS SNOWDEN
'I ,
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl va
nia, writes:
! - Philadelphia, Sort. M,18a7..;
"Hoofland's Oermai Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an appetiser. 1 1 - not an in-
toxi ating drink, sutd may he used -beneficially by
persons ol ail age. He pectfuily yours,
. j . . JAM La KOjSS SAOWDEN.
' OATJTIOKT. ' I nl -.-
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Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that tbe signature f oi C. M. JACKSON
is an the wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
, ers are counterfeit. ' - - '
' Principal Office and Manufactory at the Oerman
Medicine Store, Jio.C31ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, Fa. ; - . . ,
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
' I ' Formerly C. M. JACKSON 4 Co! i' '.
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Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. . ....... 1 m
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doaen. '... too
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 M
' per bottle, or a half dozen for $7 50.
' Do not forget to examine well the article yon bay
n order to get the genuine.
FOE SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS
' " And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
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MY GRANDMOTHER'S RING.
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"So I waited up there till.I 'saw in
father' strolling, pipe .in mouth,, toward
the green," and knew' by, the , clattering
plates that my mother was . washing Tip
in the hack kitchen, and then I weni
softly ' down "' and through , the wood
yard to the " workshop . Once 'ia. there,
I turned the key) ana looked atiout jne.
Some tools were lying on the bench, and
from these I chose two or three a sharp
screw-driver, a hammer, and a ' wedge.
Then I went to a cupboard, and push
ing hack Bomei boxes arid parcels) came
upon an old dark-lantern' that had 'stood
there " untouched for perhaps1 'dcizen
years. ;i I had to look -iri'another closet
for1 a- bit-of candle' and tone' matches;
'bat"'''liad -them'aH :at lasC tiud
up the tools and lantern-'d n
a r,s scrap.v "olsMmatting-- clipped
the candle and matches in my pocket, un
locke4 the workshop door, and then cross
ing it, went out vwith my bundle tn my
band by-a side-door at thtv opposite end,
which led, not;Linto tjia village) street,
but .into a . cart traclf-hardly ever, used,
and then into a paddojc&, ehut jn by high
hedges. There was no one jn eight as I
ran across the paddock, and so struck in
to tne sandy ,une7-ypu(,inpw . it well,
Miss Hester-p-whicn I(rnn6 along ythe
churchyard wall. Iu two minutes more,
I was over the wall,' and 'skirting it ia
side.'" At the corner tlosef by, f kneW
there :waff some- loose Stones. 1 knelt
down by 'these,1' pushing casi3e' two or
three, laid nry parcel down betweeh'them,
and piled the stones carefbllylup again,
so that they hid ik; Then I looked cat;
tiovsly all round, to be snrsthat I Wais
not seen, and . vaalting over i the low
wall, slid. down the:-steep green bank-
Now I eoald breathe again, for l didri't
care who met me. ? I went round "by the
sexton..! ijQuaei.lwhictt-i stood '.-near the
churchyard, gate, but yXi did.s not.igo ii
there, i X only, looked well at itjaiid
the.Jittlq qutbonBa.haEdnby, as-1 passed,
anaVthen jjwi wy over the moors
KetUahprpev I walked iast, not whisti
ling, .notj, thinking,- only; trying to; get
over the ground. as quickly as X .couli
My business .was soon dope,.. but yet i
was quite dark wheii'I 'turned my face
h ome ward darker 'thfi'n. 7jusuaj.(1 for, the
moon was young, and the driving'clouda
bid the stark."' I heard this church clock
strike, ten as I crossed the last bit
icvei gruuuu, uuu oegaa . to maaie.jny
way down tne slope toward the vil
I D '
'"I Wasn't in a hurrv' now. thoiip-h tn
night-wind blew ' ctilf 1n'my face' and
made me shiver) I sat dpwh .on. a! tuft
damp grass ana watched tilt. .one' by one
the lights in the village' beneath"died 6u.
When the last' glimmer of cahdle-lieht
was gone from the sexton's wiiidows jiist
below me; I started tip, knd naff! tan," half
soramDied down the hillside. 'Xais time,
1 topped ' "by1 the wicke't-gS:fe';that rled
lateh0r'sTleiitly; 'and 'stoy acrqssthe
gr8?r6h to , the' " bottage-dtfor but'Vd
the 'little 'shed' "beyond," and stepping
in-, T felt'1 riaritiihisly' with' rmV hand
aIonr-the'1w'all. ;Tes , there" stood: the
spa'de and ' plck-axe as ;I had seen them'
twri'hbursttgo'. J It was the pick axe
wanted : analiftin it oh' 'mv7Bhouldpr.
I crept back; over thife Jittje "grass' plbt,
. -i ::i ' Ai r 'ijTviLiJT.
una out inio tne lane, jars as it was,
t felt as if a hundred yes were watching
ihe " then) K 11 Panting, and ' with ' shaking
krifces',"! climbed hp the bank.and over
tne'Jchnrch-yard.wan,--and groped my
waj i6' the 'corner where I had left my
tools. By the din mobnliajht,'! corjd
jnst see the white heap'of stones, Tjut
took me a long while to find' my' parcel.
I had it at last, and with it in one hand,
and the pickaxe ir'theher, rrUck'
across the ehurchyard to -to. the vaulr.
1 ou know, now what a, meant, to do ;
was going to rob the ideadv- u- eU
t:"Jl stumbleditwica over the low foot
stones, which I could not see,' Once"!
fall,' bruising my knee; but I : got there
at iast-uvlf I hadn't known the place so
well, I should hardly have been able
find it; but I had taken my bearings that
morAing, and I could just seer the 'sharp
point of. the marble monument standing
out against, the gray sky. ' .The stone
had to lift was aot many inches off, and,
stooping: down,: 5I felt for., it anon the
ground. I soon fouud the rough ledge.
more, by ..my . lingers than- my feyea,
andj then,;! .,. knew , whereabouts
to' ,,stick in...; my, . pickaxe., fjrWhen
I. had done i this, the . .loos ; i soil
round so lately i disturbed made my
work easy enough, and though it cost me
a tough strain, I had the stone up before
you could count a hundred.;"(. 1) .did .not
wait a momenta ,1 was like one possess
ed as I went on bands and- knees down
the narrow slippery stone steps into the
vanlt. ' I was scared enough, and though
the perspiration was running down my
face, I was all -of a cold! shiver.-' But
yet I verily believe that if anybody had
come upon me then, I should have killed
them. ' There , was just a , glimmer :0f
light thrown into the vault .from ;thf
opening above, bnt not, enough tor me.
It helped ' me, idwover,.' to push , baok
.1 1 ' . 1 , 2 ' 3 ' .
tne suae oi mjr lauitrn, anu buck, in my
bit of candle, and then , I), grouped pjy
Way':''on to ' the) farthest side of the
vault, and struck a match. It fla zed,
blazed up, and. Went out.' With a mut
tered ' oath it .wasn't often that I
swore',' but I did then I tried another,
arid this time it kept alight till the wick
of. the) candle caught, and showed the
vaulted roof and the dark row of coffins
ranged rbnnd the stone" floor.' I did not
want to'look 'at them.' I closed up the
lantern,' and putting it on the grpupd
with'its light side towards the) one coffin
I wanted I went back to the. steps, to
find out if there was any glimmer to be
seen above.'' No.' I .Was safe so far ; no
spark of light sho Wed. there. Now for
my screw-driver. , If "only' I could do
the work silently ' efioUgh ( The first
noise of my effort WaS startlinsr, And 1
scarcely dared try, another j. but. I re
membered that the vault lay "deep, .and
that there were no houses within a fur
long of it. : At any ratej' I was in for it
now, and I got used to the sound as I bent
desperately to my'taskJ'The "lid had
been tightly screwed, I" knew, but that
once open, tbe businesswas dope for
the time had been too short to "make -a
leaden coffin also.' -Screw after screw'
came out, and yet there were more. " All
at once I fancied I heard a Bonnd above.
and my ' heart stopped beating," and I
stood still as the dead around 'me.
grasping the hammer in my hand. " It
came again, and 1 Rnew-ttthis time for
the screech of the night-owl irt the chnrch
tower. If I could have but wruner its
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to'
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neck for the fright it had gjven me !
To wttrK'again;ynS6T8 Screws; and now
Jhe last was ut.'a'nd I cotild'ttiove tLe
heavy lid. . ..' " t
"I threw baek ;tha lace-coveriner from
the bodyand the glimmer of he lantern
fell on the dead face, as unchanged as on
- thai" firsr day" when I 'had gone Tip to
Uhe' HIL'i'Icfluld not bear to look' at it;
i Knew i snouid see it forever- in my
dreAiQS f I did,'!&d?ye't,! '-somehow, I
had noticed everything; how the1 dark
, eyes seemed tf. give s:bln sbatle to the
eyelids closed over them; and Jiowrthe
long lashes, lay ODj the white .heek, be
fore T forced 1 myself back.tcjvmy
work. Even then, the still white 'face
'wars' before' me," close tominel' I would
have hidden it under the laoe again, but
.then-1 must cover the hands as well. I
tho't of my own spotted handkerchief;
but, soraetLing-I',d,on't Jcnowi what
kept me from laying that t Afrav, Bast get
place. It was on the , leit hand he
one that lay underneath, and the flam,
'myfenchof the fingerttakda inesTiuader;
but I held them fast, tor I saW thedla-
raond glittering in the ' dlrif lrgni. I
tried to draw it off ; but 'slerider-AfcHba
, itagSI was, . the :ring , rwaaldu not slide
along it. It seemed fix$d theru as.thoagh
P1 .J9er sa arth, Couh jmvfN L, I
wrencuea at it wun my own tug oneers.
t J firiBty belweeWtn v 1
was coming now -'lnieIti"t-stit,)It was
anu ui ii ns.iar. na tun uret joint ym om
!f6rttieTifwdnIi notriomipatelioqld
I do t Of a snddeirl'Stoop'ea d6wnj and
:took at) iretiiV: beiwertftn V fie8t&. 1 It
,off--4n, my, ujouth-rini my baud.' "Just
for one instant,;! Lsw,: it lying. jnmy
. jalm, and.theu saw. something fgs-
A 'goblin Tf No .but Btaln of.lilpod.n
the white Blender hand, apd, a "pair of
"brown eyes looking 'fixedly' at me,'
"I could not mbve-J ' I fcouldAot eve'n
rtbreatla f il.wasiikeone tamed'toTBrone.
Slowly, theihead lying in the obffirfturu
edsrjaxiditha pale-, lips, moved,-! r-amd ttho
hand-fjthe s.tained) band-rrwiiererth ihSg
, hd.h.een, grasped feebjy tie edgotrthe
'stirred, and trier! to get, up ! I turned
at thar.kfia M!h I -frightful cry, dashed
the Hnte tHd'ffoor.'and fledl hiad "with
f.terrdr, Up the stone stips":"'0ri,1tjn1rf never
-aplng;:nvilookingidu
gasping, across the churchylm!,
ethAj:ialVacl noVThad 'fifftteu
.ihrough the rotten par4t'a"nlrrg, and wak
tearing through the fern and stig "grassi
! on .towards & HallJ Tlier Was a light
-ui the liall JwfndoWj and I made! ! for1 '!l
I fancied I saw her gaining on'TrrtWl
-attemed' to4iear thy rust ting of this grave
.fllotheaJit myjean' brrti I tTnggled -6ir
up the broad flight of stMpsmndtantHfe
(great bell, a though f woiUdhave pulled
it down..)VBeforj Uiey opued it,ll ihad
Fallen half unconscious on the stones; but
I Coul just ee some .figures pending
tfye'me, and. I could just pact out '0CaT
Vault f my : Udf 'x .before f fainted, ,dea
away! " "Ii"rj'r .' ' ' lf i,""r,., "
' The Id' man' paused fof moment
took ' a -deep' breath, "and passed his
wrinkled hand through: his :haTr:' ' 5
r-i 'rThafa- iBtory?Msf'HesteJ';i
WhB(thj gonfta thtji-vatilt, they llfmm
tbejilady sitiSr'iirjfigt in beFnefiir-fj
alivepugll-,, tretnh.r!igiii rt octily
ifip Hoort,7 Ihe jlAdytJbadib8eaflifl,amw.
strange deathlike fit, till my rough nstga
brought a flow , pjf. JIppd, ,and so reyivpd
heri When JVc?hie. ut .of) my.opg,
: swoon) ii waa) tne.squirejwbo stood alqnerj
! by"iriy '"bedstde, and first "heard my, story.,
; He forgave me then and thfift.i,4rar
1 rinee an ill deed Kadrongcbfot., ar
; good end, and he was too(bappy to hep
hard! " But after .' that-r night ) . oJfj
horror, I 'would t 'not' have ., stolen
a farthing's 'worth' 't.o ' save,'iny life-.
No'one"'ntlhe)'BbAtiire; andv my bw1
. father 'evei"heiard the whole history from'
! me, and th'ey"gaveit' oti that there'liad
; been-good .Areasona for -opemrrg-tbe vanlt
that piguvimbut there WKreaome shrewd J
guesses made when the wondrous'! news''!
got abroad, and the Jquira'ContrilMxl;fa
send me. away frorri.hproe tui some busi
ness of his own for a year,ir two.f )Vheat
I'tarha back,' it .was the jjdeac jady her-r.s
self whb jSet,) me going in.my fath.ei'n ,
business, and helped me on to pay. marr;t
riage with Margaret. , ) She Jbad, a
baby gii4 then.'yaur ' mother, Miss "fes-
i ter; And 'she lived 'bn for 'fifteen ears7
Hetbpped. tbbk' jthe ring again, in his
j hand, and turned ; it over, sighing wear-
iily?'- f Tis"1 sixty'years back,. r and; jt
'seems but yesterday," he repeated, as he
ave iito me." An ill conscience is a
tearful thing; Miss Hester."- ' " '
. Pi r- .ff H,1 II . 1'" " -I" ' :'t"A f 1
i ,r wish. I could, prevail on my neigh1j
bor Qyinder: to keepthe Sabhatb," said 3
good old Mr. Jones. "I'll tell yoa.how 14
to do it"r exdaimed young Smith; "G"t
some '"one to lend, it to him, and I'll be a
ibbund',).he'll , keep, it, . Hei(,waA neveryj
known to return anything he borrowed."
'
: Ne w Ad ve rtisements
FURS I
i ';"'-;'-'
I -Ui9V9s i.:
- a .'Ot OT.-1 .XT'fll
r UhkU I -ow-U.'jw eno
p ''iii'i owl .vinloct
.- .-. .,,--5 i-r.t T.f.t-t.-in iriAiaJl
OPENING , OF THE FCS -SEASON
irJol-0 !d r 1 ai:ov Iatji
7 3l
CLARK' & FARMER,6VW.
1 W. B Well Wboae" IWoc' "
" i ottJ ntnl fii ewt- ."-si riiriiT sO
" ! -,l'.iitr l-io iBe-t 5-.!!' s .-rSH. aMmkiVtsO
LADiEff ;i FUSS, "' GfEXTEEMErfS "S
I I ... t .. .1 '"' '"ul'J ttMffl
11 -' 'j-irM . QElLDBEXlS.i .1
l. Il ' A 1-. :ii ' ' ' " ''
i i '..FUSSJi ( if'iijl 1iHBi raw
Of all varietiea. qualities and styles.1 A' large' va- '
i f.. ..j., t. ' rio f iii!-.j;V J;. it'ii !-liITio-
; i sAia-"a3 -mtt-Etef?'',al
Wa would call tha attention oTf hatribfle'fo ir?'si
aarivalled stock of the above Uoda.AauFfiea) that 3,
in .esuact'tAiqaality and"piices we'ean offer better
inducements, Xup any other buave in the oit. -Ana
ddOrit-dtf- ' . ,. :,,?TfJ
FRANKLIN HOUSE, 0
' i n- . Kesettr? axerehamt'a Horat l 1'"'
Nos) S20 arnal S3 aith nt2b Street1. 1
'.' J Vl" .-' - .;. , , - , .. Ijlli
X bar of jieare proprietor of Uie NaUnnal HnteV1"
of thiscitv. takes pleasure iu aunnu-eiiu tottbeitio
publie tli at he bas leased tne aoove named House
for a term of yearn., kd iltborouahly rem.vatfj :';'
supplied throughout with entire new farniture,aod r,na
- is now seedy- for the-teeeptien- bftnesU. both ,
transient and regular busrilera. lie-batters bimaelSiO.ie
that hia long experience in the hotel businew and
his determination toeowte hia eatire personal 'at-,n
tention thereto will enable hiia-tuive parfeeA aavb- u;
asfactiao toali Who saay fVar him witx their pat
ronage. . r a -.,,!., H- RErNt)iUinwni
Ii. B. A "alodn Shd Restanrant i. attached to- ,cn
, the Houa alao. exhwulva Stablieg, ette ded by
' oompetent and attentive hosllajta,,,. u. it, H.id )"
M'';j':'';:7r':"-''''
l sYIiialJ3. Property! fori Sale.1"'"
A
V1HV nrSIftAKI K rgnsrr.fJA,a:ais
Residence, oo Bread fUeet. aUaod tww-BuAldtB
.- Kighth street; an improved Fsrm of ho
is in fiancoofcceunliMbana, brohard,' Acall it
Xot
..... in
which win be aold on reemnable tenss. or wiUet,iKii
exchanaed for a good business property in' TJolum
bus or a residence n ar High street. Apply to
W.J.JAMISON.
deolt.dlw-n
jon
ti'Xia
SW-flllJ

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