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4Jlfioe OTer tit Sational kxohange Bank.
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.AUCTION AND COMMISSION;
AiMlivneer and Dealer !n Sail Eilaie Hons
eMij.ifjmaar ejia aoiiuiu. -.
. , ,r Ko.1 WestJJroadltrart;
loll '.-f
:r , BATH liOOMSJ',
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EOIUE 1U1EK,
mgasf' Hat iaaAtLli
barber and MAr Oi
Uuimeii) f oumoa U .Hiding.
.xroBOOK BINDERS, r 9
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O Book Bindem. ttli
'Book UanuiaeturanL
tintan and i'ublishera.
BOOTS, i?c SHOES.
ff 144 Soutn UiKb street. Jnst reoeired. an
lesant aagortment. Hw aurlea. lowprioea.
dim. please call. : nn . r31HtT rT1 i
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ink ij.titawirfc'aod'O'hfoeoeJ AW
in Tileand oiuneJjnwerr'ipe, '"".''i
.'.iK JT o.nal HdrtH 'Bitn street.
eiAKleaiara
. Coke, Drain
' COMMISSION 'tyERCUANTS.
crTTTn'rTOf -et'SON,-'- ; . . i
'XJ.r"CotmirresieniifH)rirardiDt and ProdaoeHer
-CORSETS'.",
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T . AIiMA.UtteC'0
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Uauulacturers and Dealers in Frenoh, Gcx-
11111 vwrsew.1 tso Buoypiiro.1
' r.-.r'w 1 ,.1 ilW kreriiuaaaw
ku eM- OROCKERY,"&e.': i
, w auieaaie ua ttetau . ieaier in .Bina.
cuteaat'
a, ttlass. Plated Woods-, Lamps arnf Damp
tuuuieB.
lf 'iV'fiArFt "" ' ' ' j
-'oa'lmDOrter'aiid Wholewle and RenaiT frealer
iW.4;tolMs-y,JiuiJl4os.CMrj, fiaaed Uuuete,
lawaaaBwaaawawaBBMBBaBMaaaMMMBMBwaBi
J)entjsiey:
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aunbn e& aixa.uariae.aa.a
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JS 0. ip Katt j!road, street
oaWtebetheasa..
WBtjniN,i);JllI4T.-Tb beBatyles
vJX of Dentistry, inoloding Duaa'a luiorure
At ineral Plate. Ottiae. 10 and II Upera BlycS. ,
amti PHY XiVOLtei ana
V-, Dealers in Dry Ujods. NoUona. CjutdoU-Oi.
"Wutue,' Atatiiagsi shades. Hats, Caps Bud H'urs,
-iBar aiiaaauu rriuau SLreeia. . ij v.. i ;
dLjr .!.. 1 ." ' "71 r
' - m soatu mgo itraet. ;
.nVarBwur HattiaS,OUl,'toauji.t;urtoaa, ta leaau
e Vr a XI Ar V .' a
JZU : W holesale 1
ud Retail Dealara in Htaolemnd
ireuey ojrj uuoua,. aua.auanuiaouirers 01 feaaies
J.M4J a A'aa Asatlt lioOuta lOUa,. a
JC F. ilLrum A Da-, ouh dealers in Dry Uoedsaqd
ofi ns, 186 south Fourth street.
t i llM M lll I 1.1 I l. .-t
A.aakBi-AVaj.Ba aasM.-M d o; r--ifo
O Wholeeala and Retail Dealer ia Dry Goods,
Naugbtou Building. N om. 118 and la bonth High
KcMton.A, WI0U1N.
Dealers Is staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Ueats' Furnishing Uooila,No. SN01I House. i i.
'Ii aA.ClsaUisA'V'eaaCAIt Ac ;o -v
OT Dealers ia &(apla and Faney Dry Goods.
..vj .1 no. Sol Month riish street.
A C. UuAULb) vt;..tHi-TOil
tAa-Xorajgn and Domestic lry- Ooeds, Cioths.
i urs, etc km Ocuta xtiga atreat...
" ioui sal J
"DRUGGISTS.'
mwMi ai l ti i s I T 1
,(J people' Drug 6t-rvfc0 Seuth High St-Plf
cripdons careiuily oouiiouuded at all hours.
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XJ JOHN 8. ROHi.riI8. r- esup:!
Druggist and ApoUiecacy.fj w .-i" O
9ViJBVtP3n- lgljMWortBlagbralt.J
-W AUfLU as I tMM ,
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: a HUUfcAALaV A RK t'AlL DRUGGISTS.
Vt A: Co.,
qeriT
koisBUlS and kataiADniMklai mmA ItaalaA.
M &rth High straeU
JiN GRAVERS.
--tjICHfcai dc MOOKK, ' -
I Xi ; lieeiguaaa, bagraveri and Poblishera. ' Nota
rial ana other seals engraved to ecdec . :
Noa. 1U7 aiidiuo south High street.
.11.1 FURNITURB,'ic:t
aaslMKIikAIAJCINliV 11
J Mauul'aoturera aad VV huleaaia aad Retail Deali
rs in uiniture. cuairs, sjattraaaes, etc
iian -,.,. mi Sou til High St. (Overs House).
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viiia rnuaiTlllu; sjasx... .m. ,-. fi
"X I Vi ..i .Uu l urnitHr. WhnUp
tal' and Retail Warerooms, t, 7 and tiwysoe
nief s i --.-n. .... -. 1 ' "
-eMdHOUSE- FURNISHING;
.limn .i n. 1 1' "fl ri.
Jj v.Bl ,AAalussaaou Ac ao..vi f,;.
Xld Dealer, in Jsantles. Stores and Bouse ( ur
Wshingwoaa. Also.liu, Copper and Sheet Iron
arejit.. .tenee-n iw p astfowa tteet.
'a KENSA STCAttT, ' .
A. ' House Furnishing Uoods, Mantles. Grates
Copper, 1 in ana ouee. iron, wi v cb and uantles
mm dwiui msa street.
A
kTVR.TAILVR A HUT, i - ,
Dealers in Hardware, nouserurnuning Uoods,
Slawbieeiie Hate Alanties, Urates, Stcres,
. not
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M-J JM the Bated, hoaae for food BootLand; Boaea
k rrioe, ,JSai 5tuck just joi fed. -T V.- :'
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HOOP SKIRTS.
Iri KEED,
J. Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In Hoop
Skirt and Corset. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepber
and Fancy Oonda, 103 South High str' it.
s.
P. AXTELL,
Dealer in Musical Merchandise. BooVl. Sta
tionery and Faney Goods generally, special Acent
for the celebrated Kliaa Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 810 South Biab street, eor. Rioh.
HATS & CAPS.
t urf and Straw Goods 32D South ilign rtreet.
rtreet.
den HaU
(bum Uol
HOTELS.
N
ATIONA1) HOTEL.,
OnDosite Denot.
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
0 m raior p&.f mn
ZETTLEH IIOIIE.
Corner Fourth A Friend sts. Commodious
house and extensire stables.
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
ouNEcncuT ncTOAij life
' lurance Company. Assets. $16,(00.000.
WM. JAMISON. Aient. Columbus, O.
VEWKIRK
. " f I j r. 1 11
ABES TS Security
crVcAKCKfCom
HIILTE9IBERGEB,
1 GBNERA1.A
ecunty liite lasurafee
tvusipaar. v.
tipera flouse.
TTOMB ISI8
CojipAIv of
S X Colnmbns. O.
apital and Assets. 4eo,514.J7.
W. C. il. BAKEK. Seo'T.
Uffioe, Nos .SAT Opera Bouse
MILLINERY - GOODS.
c.
V . KlMJTlOita,
Wholesale and RetaiVMiHroery Goods,
lar 8. Hieh street. Opera House Block.
IIHS.A. UOWRIIH6,
JX Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim- 1
mines. Ho- 67 North Hish street.
JH. WlLKItl,
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mines nd Fanoy Goods. 130 South Hih street.
SrhYatlOiIsT
DCHAFHAIWEN Ac
KOHLLEBEKI,
d Dealers in Uenta' J
O Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Uenta' Fur
nishing Uoods,
No. 68 North High street.
CW.NIsWAiKDER,
e Merchant Tatar andiXeai'
nishing UoddS. Also asent forth
mrrin Dents Fnr- t
asentforthexliamond Shirts.
. 121 South Hiib street.
THE OHIO nEHGHANT TAILORING j
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. High at. Uenta'
suits maae to oruer. jMaay-maae iioining ai
ways on band.
TOHH 17. R1CKEKBACHEK,
M rMeiebaia. 'twites ewwKDjaaler inMUgraid
MentaWBUBia4Veods(A. A
jo. 01 inortn Him street.
JOHN HUNTER,
MERCHANT TAILOR. 330 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
AN DK scWS Ac HMJM-.
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High street. Lex' door to Postotnce.
ITIAaliAt. UMaiANN
J? News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English.
331 South High street.
13PAPER WA
A N DKEWS. PKKKV t CO
rx Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Frint
ing and Wrapping Papers, S3A S6 North High at.
laJ E VlilS SK ITS X JCSK.9.
11 Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fii
ItltEHS
Printins. :
Papers 36,8A40Nonh High street
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BALl)lVlY4ArrJVIiM
PHHTOUKVfrft.KS.
81 South High street.
T
J1. ELLIOTT,
rJe PHOTOGRAPHER, 10T South High street.
Pictures made inoyery style and sise.
D.
J. ARCHER,
Photographs, Ambrotypeg, Clems, etc., etc.
No. 33 South High street.
E.
M.
DOwtlH, Ifl. !.,
No.
a Upera House. Treats Diseases of the
bye, Car. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
it
VVoion and 'hiMrn,
PIANOS.
Jr. HARRIS Sc. CO,
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Liehte A
Co. s and Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
36 North High t-treet.
WOODS.
cent for ChickerinE'3 and Emmewon'sPi-
avMi-aal. I
Also, Vrgans, Melodeons -and Sheer MOsfb.
31 Sooth High street.
e--llESTAURANT.oiio
ANK EXClA!Cf?-!RESTAFJKAWiT,
B
Corner state and Hien streets.
CUiRLEV AlVtR. Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
A ETNA SEWING 1TIACHINE8,
ii The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera
House.
W. P1MMEL. General Agent.
Batches and jewelry
XVe Dealers in F'ine Watches.
Clocks. Jewelry.
Plated ware.
Spectacles, Ac.,
No. 11 fc.at Town
street.
GATfc.8 Ac HAHRINUION,
(Sureessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Spec
tacles, no. s ieu nouse.
FAiLi LJS MAC EK EWl V t
Wholesale" and Retail dealers In Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrr. N o. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
nANCltOFI' UKO.V
dc ;o.
JL Wholesale Dealers in Dry Uoods and Notions.
3 and 4 Uwynne Block, Town street.
nKKU, JONES Ac CO., . , ' .
OAi ManuraotSrarx atid Wholesalyreater ia Bnoti
and Shoes. Ao. x uwyjipe ciocs. own rt.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS-HHfiKEHrir GIVEN TO
all whom it ma, eoneern. that the Citr Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking '.ompany at the eity ol Cleveland,
O bio, under an sot of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
nairiaK' aasasd ?ebmarT34th. MAS. hetnar delB-etut
aaliiawwhiagand akising itsttaBhisai wustnesw;
to ttat end has. in pursuance ot tne statutes ot tne
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 hate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio tor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
mrniil.tlnn at the office of the National City Bank
of cleve'.and, at the raid eity of Cleveland, where
mm cut MsotModt i
Done by order of ihe Board of Directors of the
OilvHaJiB;n-TO,ewiyo.-ioi
liKMULL WlCK. President.
jyll-dltawom .
The Sisters of St. Mary',
OF THE St-KINGS. BECENTLr or
HomerMt mnniT. will ooen their large
and spacious building fofthe reception of pupils on
tbe first Monday in September, 1808. For Board and
Tuition. 74. 8o. BX6 and 16M, according to tbe de
partment 01 tne pupil, bo UUoJi, sup t.
Aaoress dox 201.. . aug-uu
J3, GJIJER
winornvjj'ac Mjk&rWg
PARSON'S BDILDIN0,
augS-eodSml COS. TOWA.tUieasT
S. S. FINNEY'S
JAANCUiG ACADKMV IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON. HALL.
for jaTeailes, Saturday afbrniooK f PDnr f to
, . M '-'Uentlenien' evmlinsr elans 'at AMIIOS
HA LiU, a mat., at o o cmnuc r. at.
oetl4
FOB SALE.
A PAIR Ur JM uuuni3"uow, rivn
and six years' oldVery handsome, kind and
U!y 1js
noiliMOMANVhriO
FEMALES, DfWlNG TO THE
jjeculiar anrj jjrtiportaiit jelatijona Jii,
tliasistaiiil.iihejt peculiar organiaatiol
and the offices they perform, are subject
to- man Jf'J offeK bsi' Freedom ftii1hese
contribute in no small degree to their
tappines 4 and welfire" for'' none can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, but no
.pic oC KeseTaTfouaJftiLaalw iompUfJuti
can long be snfl'ered to run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
pep sickness and prematura decline. Nr
ii H pheasant to constrlt'a physician fortbe
relief of these various delicate affections,
aad only pm tke'ttotit Urgetat necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice her
win men tiianK ns lor placing in tneir
bands simple specifics which will be
fonnd efficacious in relieving and curing'
ajmpstp exfiry ppe of .thosa troublesome
wnrptaiabB pecaliar to the 4exS vJ .
v HELMBOLD'S; ,
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of othejra.apply vainly to drag 1
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
ppty -remeuies wnicn maKeirrem worse.
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injnstic te the afflicted, but I
am obliged to Bay that although it may
Bpfojltjced fiofBive.. idiaostpon
of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruattirorthe use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
pUuer. caused by,dira?t?iCTUAtionr-p--
piiea 10 tne mucous memoraue 01 me
vagina itoeE, nlb liom 0,uuT
When reviewing the causes of these
disUesswg wsnlaints, it is-most painful
fa4ciitebjplafethe atleridant evilaeon
sequent upon them. It is but simple.
justice t) the subject Jto, .enameraUj a few:
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi-1
ness of woman in all classes ot society,.
and which, consequently, affect more or
dey,-theelfarpfjthe entir;e
human family. The mania that exists
f priwjt)ciri8dncatrrr"Trd narrntgv,;
kcauses he years lhaf nature 3eslened
for corpaieyeJoptnent 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. I bus, with the body
flat-iyh"edHndnheinflJ indirryei-
cited by pleasure., perverting in mid
night revel the honrs designed by nature
forsleep and r,estithe" work-.of desti-uo-
tio is kalFiicttiiiplrBhea.'.i,Iy '-i
v A.J1' 1.-11' -t'vr.f 1 ' ,1.
An couseueupeitiiis Brjy strain
upon her.;syBtein,'.tnnneoessary effort is
required by tne .delicate 'Votary to re
tain her situation - in school at a later
day, thus-aggravating the eviL ' When
pnerexcitepent is over, anotner jnjpros
beetive' keeiis the"rnirrd inorbidl y eensT.
tive to Inrpresipri'.VhiJe' Jhe now con
stant. restraintSf fa&hionablH drpBH. ah.
lioruteJy iorbiddinff iffiejeiercSa lidia-
pnsAble Ui auawment ana retentiop
ot organftJ'lieaitn ana stTengtrj f He ex
posure. AqnigbtMr. t t.n snddeji change
of tempetatuTO j the complete prostra
tion" pro.dueed , .bjk-.;exces8ivtf dancing,
mnst. of neeessitvs nroduce their legiti
mate effect' ,At TaatiV early niarxiage
caps the climar of misery, and tlieniv
fortunate one. hitherto so utterly regard
less ;of, the . plain .dictates... and remon
stranees of her dficate nature, beeomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This 18 but a truthful ' pictnre' of
.the jexpef Lence ol housandaof oarypupg
women. , ,
lxng tefore the Ability- tq exercise the
functions' of the generative "organs,, they
require knf education of their' peculiar
nervous evstem- composea ot wliat 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 of
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
lias self completed their development.
i ' For Female Weakness and Debility
Whites or Leucorrhoea, Too 7 Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued Periods, fon- Prolapsus sand
Bearing Down,&r Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the moat perfect specific known :
Helmoold's GoMpocnd ';FaXtract jep
Bucitui, Luretianscfor usy dtet aad
advice, accompany.
Females in every-period of life, from
infancy lo eitreme old- agerwill find it a
remedy to -aid Mature in-the discharge of
its functions. Jlrengtb is the glory of
mannooa ana womannooa. iielmbold s
Extract Buchi? JSjtaore strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, ififinitfcly safer', nd fliora tleaj-ant.-
HRLMBr)LD8 Extract Bucmr
baring -received the indorsement of the
nrost prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered '' to afflicted - hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow-
. , r 1.
me aiseases ana, by muioms,, irpm waac
ever causeoriginatirig :' Greneral Debil
ity, . Mental-, and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, JJetermination of' Blood to
the., Head,, Confused . Ideas, Hysteria,
Greneral 'Irritabilityj- Bestlessness. and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency,' Loss 6f1Appetite,:Dy8
oensia,' Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation. 4 aJpUationot, the Heart,
and, in tact, all trreooneomrtants ot a
Neryonsr and Debilitated tf te yf Ttbe
syttBin.i To insiire tha gennise.crrt th'u
out. Ask for' HBi.MBOtn'a. Take no
other.
Sold, bjf .Druggists and Dealer? eyerj
where. ' ' -01 ; -a a-
t .JPRiXJB,-it55 per bottle, or 6 bottles
tot -'$6.50. xrenverea to any address,
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address JL ;T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and - "Chemicals Warehouse, 594
Broadwavl N.Y.' ' l',.V.
t-None are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, withufao-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse; andgned
j Jt2-d-s'waewly U. T. HELMbCLD.
-,0,000;;,::
HOLIDAY GOODS.'
'-7' 1! :kS ci,-. i:i:'.i;-. n;:r,i ,i JS..1
In ,i 1 .l...;i 1 1.1 ; ' ; I; ; It ni 1f
-.-'1 v.. it 1 !u. ii-.itto .wi 1 m .viiii-xil
iiio:,- yliir -loii i-i.i-i )
V01II nUrnituntit
.."'"."I rrf.r ."'(.:; "!i I-kim'PI 'T
holiday; I; -. GOODS
M-A-i kP1 ;...iT 1; rf. , .rl.'olt !..:)
,wttwti iifA.Tfri i-iriy
GILCHRIST, GRAYl CO.'S,
; a-1' ( '.i;iui!i!r latmf-' "s.i" ; -f!T
Nos. 23, 25; 27 & i?,Si llighlStreei;
. T-'ilto ! ft; Vfi.;t f.iii-tf !4
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ts!-- v Mn'i "! . 1 !:')-!-.- lli w iwro-t
Li i' .!:.'' .-T f.-'ii .'iti-J-:t lii fcL'i-Ot
T1 Real tjiaa AaBk'erBlklanR-'l'V o-iu r:l n-i f.
' initial Handkerchieft: " ; 7'':'
Clemmed atitenea ilandkercbietsi ., in
rn-P Barbesand CofFnrear. iii (? :ir, :!-i-o
'3'; Real'LaceSetts:"' ,-ii ,i.fi;-ivooi lii; f
i''.!" -SpanUtLaoe; uJlt,
.. : Changeable Silks; , 1 1 vU .n u-'t , w: 1-11:11
'-- Plain Silks in aJU C Ioj ; ' - .fU
xAdIearaBd iases Scarfs:. ' JO' " . ' '
Gloves in great variety And styles:
HarV and Alexandre's Krdsj ""J
Large and attractive stock of Shawls;
Broche and Paisley Shawls; HI
Elegant Robes." T .
... - .u a. .
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
AT -n
. PER FAIR!
El' ..I i .r.l lU.l
ri 1 11 :-.,-.-.;'-? riT
' We kave in stock s full Una of Underwear fur
I ..ilia.' I n Mia...
. . ' UIICHKIST, GRAT A CO., 2
' ocrT-dAml i'Nos. V. 86. 7 A M South High s (
J.; ,i.ii! .OU
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MUGIITOS'S
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EX rRAORDIN ARXj INDUCEMENTS
io i XO BUY AT ; ...r
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... iij-:i .:-) ii--i if r t'iJ ti'-n! noi iiu j
Puronaaerifr Dry GeeVlsere rHalhrlvited .to
1 .'i'il ! .oaUiDd examine the
,.-f il l.-i""- :.' fnn'il "' lr--r.c - ' T
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rANCT GOODS... ...;..:'.. CHEAP :,K
SHAWLS. ....i. .....CHE API :' '
' DOMBST KJS .... . -i .!. . . . . ..' CHEAP
vi aVRYTHtNGi..'....,;&.A.CHAP T
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JAIVIES : NAUGHTON,
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19 ec IKS ovuut saign biiii.1) , l . j
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-s P i 5 I ! 'M. -1 ?' fl'l
.w ! S',. .. s i. i.; O v
SEVVING MACHINES. :
ENG MACHINE..
1867-
1 Tn no previous year tuts there
been such, strong competition among
all the leading: Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the present. At all the
principal Inhibitions and Fairs
tlu-y met and contested for the- Pre
mium on family Sewing Machines',
and the result ivas unanimously in
favor of the Florence . Reversible
Feed Lock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. " It received the First and
Highest Prize as , tlie best; Family
Stxoing f Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition' UnU
versette'j Paris j American Institu te
Fair, - Ketv York f NewEngUind
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: Associat ion, at -Lowell,
Massachusetts, ' and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Paltimore,
which .closed a four. iseeJcefaSession
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the, FL OBENCE was
again confirmed, by the Committee
on JSewing. Machines,.- who unani
mously1 awarded it the OOLD
tIEIAL, the highest 'sPrize' the
institute comers 511,;
3v 1 . .. 1 . ,- ". V
. tt would aeem as if this sroocession of trl.
anipne should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the FLOfiEUCE over all others aa a
Family Sewing Machine. ... . - t - i ,
1 Al -written warranty- la given to the jmr
ahaaer.that the Machine WILL DO ALU
that la claimed tor - it, and ahould It fail. U
will be taken back, and the MO It ay EE-
rOKDED.., - .- .
.1 it. - ii , j.i. ootj.o r
Principal Offle and AVtlevrvesav JTa, M rTfess
VetirCA at-ewt, CinetunmO, O, . ; . f : ,
A . . ...
. v H. McCONNEU. General Ag eat
, T.ATIHTI. .
Attue Ohio Sute Fair, which closed at Toledo,
A.nf A he, v,th ipsa, the FLORENCE received
the FTXST PBEXIUiriot the best Family Sewing
Macbioes over seven eompetitorsi.' -
i-end for a circular, or call and examine the Ha-
ohines at tbe new salesrooms.
31 KsaatStnte St Colninbusi, Oltio.
i,a-- All binds of stitching done to order, and
I satisfaction guaranteed. octs;t-d2m2tawi4a
i f i
;-'l.::J:;:Min?iCAL;'-v
lEllhiKMI "ii) !
.
.-.!
in ri
WHY ENDURE
if. 1
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n.'i-ru
LIVING. DEATH!
tll li 9; ljit
lifloeilO.1) ii.:-
f 1 -
.1-1 ;ii
"til I I if-! 3C1 .
!.- ! I V-,ns-i :T
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with Bt.
Petef'I oVejiaily.'i The obieot , of-this Article is
hot to remind him of J his pangs. but to sllo
him how tobanigh them ' rl 'forever- The mean;
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him In ' ' ' - -
U;.i-.'l -.. -f 1 li .-hyj tHu;i bifT
:z':HO.OFi.ArJD'S'(,S''r;
iBlRMANi::iBjTTERS3
iiiiev4 .l-i. i I iiii V ,trl .' lit lo
And it Is for him to say whether ha will ' eontlame
to endure a living death, or to pat himself in
sition w renaer me eujuj-aDie..T 9
liJkiriC' .'-'tuilWt'XVV
LiyiNG:. ADVERTISEMENTS
.Is..!
from itortuseLiby its 1 AVa9ase.audea4r'rte'bnar
testimony te- its virr-i :m,; tus - It differs froml
any other Bitters iu existence in- hs special, par-;
'tiaalar ft is-not Alnohalin. '-- '-
. F'or such eontitainns and Systeoisa require fdn
.then luviaoratton a diffusive stimulant. 1 . . : . isi j
-.ii-:viii;i.r. in-u Uiii,- 1 :i 1 1.1 --i.'.-h-1 :i .-i 1
f ,ii!.i:i ji. -r-r--ttn-r ' -.-r-r-?r ::mi
J,n;; , . JiWWt AirjUllJj p l.ivjw
!-' T Tfl-o'l --,.'") i.;'-',1 I T-ii-"fllIl
german j rpmoj
Has been urovided a DreDaratlon In wninV tbe mnl
id extracts of tb4aes restorotives ef the veire ta
ble kingdom are held -solution by a spiritunua
agent, purged of all deieterieus constituents. Tbe
Satient. in choosing between these two areat anti
otes, should be aside t bv his own condition. If is
a very low state from debility, the Too io should be
bis seleeiion; but in cases, where ahe-emergeney is
.not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific rea aired.
Thousands -and infio- - a' 1te benefit from tak
ing each in turn. vajr There is. ho aha of
lDuigestiou. oiiiuusuers, nervous aiaeaee .or pnysi
eai Drostration to which the, are not ail.nl4iH anil
in w bio h. singly otcoiajjlnad. thejr jriil apvaffeotj
ourKi V'.- te. ir L AUuU;,iJU '
Exchange Pain forEase
And Weakness for Strength. 'tJet 'Hd of the ail-
'saents wnmn interfere with enjoyment; east gloom
ar.d despoadency to the winds; take. a sorooxer Build
01 iue apu. in snort, oeaameA.,, 7., j;f
.!! i.tR-i-; ) . i:i o:: .w w-.l lud. 4dsl-i ti-ij
uil'.Zi 1-.
NEW
MAN
a ii-)
ir
s.13
Through the instruSaiBtxiitii ef thd most powerful
and popular of all. vegetable invigorants and cor.
reetiveiH - .-..i ... .
flOOFLAXD'SrfiEBMiS "JITTERS.1
l .-.-, ,1 -(, r,-..t '-"I :K' - T IfR-ri !
Biliousness. Indigestion, General Debility, aad
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action m tne liver, tne stomach and the
oowels. are eradicated by a oourseof this great : - i
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC.-
ifOJl!'' ,T':t-KJ1f 1 .Io' I'l Ptiit.lt "-l'L
Wh ion 'not only combats and eonq uers diseases thai
have entrenched themselves ia- the system.-, but
u tbe. best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occuoatinna and nnr.
suits suojeot- them to the depressing effects of a
own, aHii.iaBDiaaiiDuepnre, saauia vase vt reg.
many as a protection against, tne low levers aad;
oiudt uuiurueta jwiuoa. maiaoa enge nacre.
lids who are
.Sl'V !-l3 IO T);-;.:-Jl!O0
'ACTiwr auiav nii'i
. . .. .nvi'"l v l 1 a - ., ...
Witnout any special oomplahrt, tixcest arrsdoal
aeciination ot boouy.ctrengULaQa .Barvons energy
will find in the 'BIT- irTERS a fountain o:
renjth,a
-";4 re
vitality, and -.visor, a -f";4 refresiing and exil-
erating as a pool in the desert tq the caad-aporeued
and fainting travelers. i -.- . . . .. i
u.uii-js u.it ., i. mi'iiioo a ni irti-m vl
HOOPL-ND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
Is composel of thelptrre liiioes (or? a,"tSv aTe'mi
aioinaiiy termeov axtraetsv ot rtoot,'-erbs and
Jiarks, making a preparation highly eiKieeatrated
ana entirely tree trom Aleohelfe bub
aussixture of any
kind,
,-.i x v;l In ro-s-l a,ll-a4 Its 1
tc . HOOPLAND'S
.SiiHiHii! j-hM .: ..;i'ti.f -?Tti!?:.;:,T!f.'.) 0.-T
1 - as at i-...i
CERMAr,
TONIC
.-Mia- 1;
Is aoorobinaiion-of all the roared lent of the Brt
ters. Siith the purest quality ot fanta Crui Rum,
Orange, etc., malting one ot tbe most pleasant and
Affreeable remedies ever -offered to the eu blio - '
-1 These ramedies will effeoiuaHy oura.liiver.Oon.
plaint, jaundioe. uys- pepsiar IJbronio.jor
IServous Debility. I Chronic Diseases 61
tbe KKiaeys.smd an diseasai aris a lraay a- auor-
fjerettiiiyef oratoiBscn. ....1 ; i'k.,:TH. )
... such
"X- ' " ' l' as Consti- " -:- '"
.7fci.i ..iz-.-w pation: Inward ' ,i..'-.j.
Piles. Fall nea.-" of ..
- Blood to the Head
... , 1 Acidity ,of the Stomach,
paunea. Heartburn, Disgust
" forFood.Fallnessor VVeinhtin the t'l'I
..'.t Stomaob, our eructations. Sinking ri
.. or riutieiiog at tne pit ot toe btomacB,
"""Swimming of the Head. Honied and Difficult
ilreatbiii, Plutteriag at. the-Heart. Choking or
eunocating nensations wnen in a Lyi "g t'oetnre
., .alimness ot vision. J'ets or Webs belore tne
Sigbt. rever ana null l ain in tbe Head, ,
fjeficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness i'
- ' i of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the:. 1
, , : Side, Back, Chest, Lirubs, ete. ,iu ir
. '.' . Sudden Flushes -of Heat, , . , . ,1
.a, .. ; Burning in tbe Flesh. w
n 1 : . (.Constant Imagin- ."- '"
1 ii vi ingsof Evil, and
Great Deprea- ; .,, ;
' " sln of ' ' .
' Spirits. ' ' ' ' "
They are the Greatest and Bestl i'
BlloOI ' PUBIFIEBS
7'H..-"- -t 7" i.iiH ny.:-l -Kill ".I.
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Aeep jour Blood puie. Keep
3 our Liver in older. Keep your digestive
oikaus in a sound, - eA healthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ev.r
assail you. -' -
. ,.f.. ;- ,, -.- -Y - J-
Weak .. and Delicate Children
Are made strerg by the use of either of theserem
eilies. Tbey will care every case of AlARASslUS
nithontfa.l
Thousands rf certificates have accumulated in
the hauis of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of bnt a few, 1 nose, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
tbey must be believed. - . .. . , ; 1; I
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
'V.:..7 ::. OF PE1HNSM.TAXIA: . .T
! SPEAKS. FOP THJKSB RJEME-OIES. r.
.
. Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger teg
1 . 1 , ' timony I
' HON. Ci W. WOODWARD,-
. ,;. ' V... .'.'i-i C; X jS.1 VI--,- .1
j Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
1 laniat wiitM t ;
i - . PHH.ADBi.rBiA. March 16, 1847.
I find "Hooflsnd's Uerman Bitters" is a good ton
: ie1. Useful in diseases CKI - of tbe digestive or
. aans. and ef great ben- 11 elt in eases of debit
I lty and want ef nervous action in the system. . ,1
j ' Yours truly. a. CEO. W. WOODWARD.
, HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
! judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania,
i '-- ' PBtLAOKLrHIA.' April 28,1806. .
, I consider Hoofland's Uerman Bitters" avalua
1 ble medicine in oases of attacks of Indigestion or
I Djspepuia. , I ean certify this truss.- my experience
i --rifbs TEbMPSOS.'
! HON. J AS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
rua.writasi . - - - .. .
PaiLADELFHIA, Se t. 14.1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters'' is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. ' It I ' not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be a aad beneficially by
persons el ail age. i Re pectfully yours, .,
. , , ,. . JAJia ROaS, SA0 WDEN.4!
O-VUTION.
' Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
1 See that the signature S ot C. M. JACKSON
: is on toe wrapper of mJ , each bottle. All otb-
ers are counterfeit. . '
i ' PriDcipal Oftlce an? Manufactory st the German
! Medicine Store, Mo. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia. Pa.; ,i ..- ..-....: -V ) ij t lit ,v-c
; CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
( .i,-;i ! - - 1. 1 ui-J '' -H MX si
j Formerly Ci M. JACKSON A CO. -i!i
PRICES,
ti-
lMifl,nH' German Bitters, per bottle..
-....11 00
a on
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dozen. . .
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottle 1 60
per cotue.ora nan uosen lor bt ao.
Do not forget to examine well the artiole yen buy
n order to get the genuine. ,- . ,
- . i 'ft - f - rt
.i : ,-ir1 t . -.- i ., T
'FOB. SALE ,Y, ALL ,DIiUG6ISTS
I , And Dealers in iledioines every where. . . ;
! jjia-dwi neowly .v.".
FROM NEW YORK.
Money Tight—Men in the same
Condition — Senator Morton's
Scheme not Palatable with New
Yorkers — General Aspect of the
Metropolis—Dullness of City Polities.
—Amusements—Miscellaneous
Items, etc., etc.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 1868.
.
!
fveryfiiiDg''and: everybody. '. ''GixL'
This is abroad and miscellaneous assertion.
but there are' grounds for asserting' that It
i A 1. t'ili . 1 'i.J't sjlit W fc- i tilt JU
ti Money was never tignter inan at the
present time. ""K reels', staggers and whirls
uhder'the' tirevaTling-,:excitement. f Shop-
keeperB'lt'ck jVut band arid pfnsh your feet',
if ttV IrpaTkfbrf 'prospect "of making1 'a
Everythins'ls'a'oH-feheap', rrotn' a 'suit 'of
6lb'thes-tdA'stedl watch-cbaih'.l ,
Mankind feeem 'to"' be'in the same condl-
ttori' a 'mofiey.1 ' More drunken 'men are
seen "npoti the "street of Ke'w York" than
afanv" time'since1 the'war:'' And their
vagaries ttrS of sncV a cfiara6ret as td aeed
n-drniatizatio'''frdm, -the- penr ;bf ' the
nlavwrieht;
..'! frJi!(l., t-i; 0 li
-'THey Areso'tifiht that Wen Senator
Morton's-Bcnetne fo? paying off the Na-:
tioiial debt intoxicated as hit seems--.
does'nt go' down' with theln,' and' tBet
8latighter "his financial' ' problems iri the
most contemptuous manner. 11 1 ' ' ' '
1 he general impression ' is that Con
gress should let the currency alone, and,
at all events, not attempt to force specie
paymonte. The laws -of trade, and tbe
development of the ' covntry, Bhoutd. be
permitted to regulate all that; 'and they
will probably beo permitted. '.; "i
Yet, at tbe same time; we appear to
be 'spending morel money v than' at any!
previous tame. ) Iii-.I aiij Jaarlfst-v. j
Broadway,1 and .our : other- Jeadine
thoroughfares. S were1 never ' before 1 sol
thronged with-beauty -and' fashion. ll
Meyer beiorewas there: snca a' display
f 'elegant and expensive coftumes. ' :"l
puiTiie balls and other festivities, which
are preparing for the winter,.' promise to
surpass all other efforts, of the kind-Vi
( Indeedv'tbH scarcity of money appears
to impel .new modes ot getting rid "of.1 'St.J
Our city politics were never so dull as
nowJi The- triumph of . hei Demoeraiic
party in the late charter tlection appetrB
to have: pat the seal - upon verythrng,
and we shall most . likely . noti: tutve
another "exciemepl;'' between th, pres
enti time and another .Witimate political
hcontesb. j, JVe, rhayeIigpt a ;gopd; Demor
cratic , governor, .; good t. JJetnocratip
Mayor,, and all our muuicipalxifiicesor
nearly .all, are filled, by, good, Democrats.
;i ilfc ia reported that n Mr. HalL upon
taking his seat as the. Mayor of this city,
will choose 'hia, subordinates without. dis
tinction of political faction.. or., personal
insideratloo,. and : 1 bolieye ,this; oi be
taHOgud bv'.'.l.vrt Mirai'T'i-..' fr!l .Ivrj
-iijMX pfonr Jeaieinredoiflg.a .thriir?
ing-buBinesa-i) Huinpty.. Dumpty, '',is
continuimr .its. paatomimic runt at. the
jQlympictbeaterr,': T.r. iV:l'- W.'VA
r :JfiK,ei JJoeraiiquse: lardthe. rencq
.Theater stilt produce Jha Cpera. 3pbbie
to p.fojfdtjd apdiepces, with JLostee and
Irma as the reisrninestarfy, ; lo'l O.
These ipej-atic performances ..do ..very
well for. the' public generally, ,.1iut ' the
real connoisettrwho appreciates music,
finds a far idifferent place from the above
named, to gratify. ;Lis longfng for the
SWul-nS-ar- ' 7. t-'T .!-'..- ; -T,::i
.We mean .Philharmonic - Concert
and the public rehersals, which, are by
the-m&elves worth., a first-:class concert,
and winch take place m -the .Academy
of ,. i jusic,,., generally . j .on ( Frjday , after
noons, w p.ue the concerts, themselves, are
given once a month on .Saturday. .oyen
ings,' .The Pliilharmpniq Spciety. takes
by far the highest range among tbe mu
sical enterprises in , the . United States,
and its able directors have thus tar
known how to. keep up the inevitable
reputation which it has . enjoyed for
long series of .years.' , The reproduction
of classical music is gracetully witness
ed ill those concerts and rehearsals with
performances of less pleasing character,
and it is only necessary to' mention that
such eminent artists ' as Miss Phillips,
Parepa- Kosa, the pianist, Mr. Mills,
and others are among the sold perform
ers.in order td give to the reader abroad,
who may uot be' acgnaintedu;with 'the
character and standing of the "Society;
or the idea' of its capaoility.' There are
even in the old country; few musical as
sociations which will stand a tavorable
comparison with the Philharmonic" So
ciety. -' - '--ia" -"';- '-
' llester Wallack is again in the field as
an actor, and light comedy is ' the ' pre
vailing card at the establishment on the
corner of Thirteenth strtet and Uroad-way-v.i
; i H-.i :: ''.J ji:j i.d ei'.ui
i The other theaters, Minstrel Halls.&c.',
are doing a flourishing business. ' '" '
":A eteat effort is being made td place
the telegraph lines of-this country under
the control of the ixovernment; in much
the same way as the postal system is' at
the present time, but I doubt if the en
terprise succeeds.- c : '-:'r' ,; ' ' '"'
: The Herald is the onlys Metropolitan
paper, apparently, that advocates" it j
and business "relations between some pa
pers and tbe' Associated Press,' may have
more to do with such advocacy than pre-1
sents itBtlf at present "' A i l
i -Tammany Hall is to bej tnrrred into -a
concert saloon for the present; bnt, when
the proper time comes, there is 7iodan:
ger bnt it will again be 'devoted to poli
tics. -! -:i'';r '
. There are but few developments in the
Erie Railway war. i In the -Belmont
branch of the litigation, yesterday.therja
was a new.amdavit to show. .that the
suit was commenced in good faith -on
Belmont's part, and the suit .was. con
tinued till this morning,;. iT .vi , i,;
False Weights and Measures.
. This is an old fashioned .way f cheat
ing. '" There is frequent mention of it in
the Bible., It is everywhere represented.!
as an abomination ta ttte IjorcJ. , Ana, it
seems to be just. ..as. common now as t
ever was.., A the recent Special Sessions
of Surrey in ngtandfifty tradespeople
werej convicted for illegally ossessitig
false scales, and." 'deficient weights and.
measures."i"We learn also from the" Lot
ion '' Timet 'thai a return . has just, been,
published,' .by order of ' tlie ",House(ji)f
Commons, 'of. the , number . of persons
within the' metropolitan "parishes who,
within the iatter half of last year, were
convicted of' using false weights, ' and;
measures.'. He return, occupies no le6SJ
,than 'sixteen' folio pagesi' The whole'
number bl convictions "which, li'fecorils'
withlri sit mouths is"no" Iciis than ttSflC
.Dr4. j
liay, mnsirleraMH mnrw than fiOQ, 901
victions.. In other word", there aro
known t61ve'lieen''rjetweeVfive and
six hundred shops vlttihi betropolis: tat
which the quantities of goods sold wef
yBteraatically falaified.fi heioffejidjers
are retail dealers in the commonest nacj
ssarie$ of lift', and the Joss chiefly fJla
on the poor. The number 'of little't'ranft
actions which passed thrqngh these'fiye
or 'six hundred Shops 1 before the 4 false
measure was discovered must have tieen
?rrcalciila"6iy, lhi aggregate' loss !fm
mense. This looks as if the practice f
retail dealers, to eheat poor peip It by the
use of false weights and"me8tii;9Si mustj
be very common. It is as commnn in this
country as it is in ingland, i.Tlere tn
reasou to believe that jtis practiced, fo a
considerable extent ier6.'.'r li'is a'mode
ot cheating very ea'silv'practtced.'If
firrbpfeeeper is detected', he atribf(tfe he
deficiency to nmntentiorial''-nifstaie:i!(Jl
ccidntiJA' femiril-''dtfvJieay;"s. a
weight or a measure-whidhirsttn whataal
,ueeiall:th: tiraeK-rnake Atd.iffareuoe, offio
small amouH.t,-to the Bejlerijnugi , flOflra
pf .ftday f yenMan4 (UAeek, A mjoh.
or a' yM,p0j2fmip,-M
is said that grpcenes have been sold at
1
retail 'underweight fo'tf flgfSat "eeVit,
Coalla" 'ar H article' 1 ''VhicK
there"" is A,'iie'brPienled'!rt'1,toT TTttave
been1 tiiuch - cheatTnjg-' of 'rbor peopt
4ryi:alie, balancMj tn FtBQtientjy. tpo.
coal iawet,'aai he watar weighs etioiiojbj
td; make material differencew jilaaspr
jng grain So. aa to save in.th Bif asuxe---f
lJiiiigTth haltshgyightljr, aiad strik
jng.it. so as Jto Bcoop out moreor es eyj
p-rain aaalnrn
fashioried' 1 'Quaker 'rh"eatsrire-pri?sserl
down, heaped full, and running oYe'ri
xhTs'is the iea8e, waIclfTchraet8ris
tio f 'a -X!histlan abda gebtleWahs U
the world over. .fji.oa!
ery lime is wen Known to ue among tutj
fine arts, but not among the lost arf sot
l-rond measure tne tjtq-
New Advertisements
FURS ! FURS!
FURS j Tenuis no Til
1 tsyloftt 97d rn0 tsiayjjfj uX
1 i k1 i,1 d o.i m 9-jii.j oaia ca Mfxiqiig
OPENING OF THE FURSElSOIr
riltlZb-iMn'l aiUlo J'- 9)an-JTiD! sit
oiTl.fW!tl lo rUSt noo'it Hiw
CLARK & FARMER,S,'
-iii.utfj fisiuittjif ir!n-vr! iwj o:iJ mjli
S"'''.'!! noitoe ItlocaVid
-.uui-it ii rt iu iii lugiitot
Ot lMJ(l!K "i!. .i;'.nso3 JaalHxO
LAMES' lo FUR& m.GMTLEXBlfTgL
FUSS;1 CiriLDBElPi Mw la
ItlildJI J Of .: iwTji'& KHUM A
fldj lo ar.Ifn wft ; .Voj ioJ ii tfrti da
Of BUTBrhrtiea.Quallt:. and ;tyit,-i'iAt.brg M
riety of
We would call the attenti.n of the public to our,
unrivalled Stock of the above oods. sair8ed thafl
in le-i-eott-i qnaliti and pi ices we ean offer oettarr
inducements than any other lou e in the city.' ' "
jdecljfdti jj ,nr.y,tui(l t.rtrr.ij ,a:-ictA.l A
rrrT-
lll'-t
(Recently Merchant's HoteU . Jiow
-now e30atsl$v iaif itfiirmt,
sJJ cnoH SziMtMWm-xKKsa aTl99
nnwK ritncHKM tsiv:"i,:!lTi-
A berof years proprietor of the NatieualrHoteA
of this citr, takes, pleasure i i announciu Id Jibe
pubiis tt.il Be has reaSad. tfciBbtove aamasl House
for .a term of years, hjd it. thoroughly renovated,,
supplied thrbughoutwithiehrire'new farrtiture. atrdr
i eon rtay.for'ithev'vejoeajtiOT. ef eoeetss bothi
transifnt and regular Boarders. He flatters himself
that his Ions experience io the hotel ustaew aeeVa
his determination to derate bis entire personal at
tention thereto will enable aim to give p-rfeov'eat-asfaotion
toall who mazi vpx hiai w th tbeirpatf.
ronage. " H. REYNOLDS.
t H; B. A Saloon and Rertanrarrt is'Bttaohed tg I
the HouS'; also, extensive StflblingaUaudeil by ,
competent and
and attenave bosuers. ' - i ' H. In ¬
de4-illm;,
New Advertisements STATEMENT
hi tbe Receipts and DiaknrBeiaaeneofT
tbe (Several "Funds l.f tbe' '-leca.!
ear,eB4isg Rsvembw IS, 8e8feT
fmnD h-3tTiftv RECEIP,TSj j;,! 1.1 wrM i!f
General Revenue Fiind.i.. .h-, $l,n 76S 3?
Canal Fund ..............i"::..... '4rSJi M'
Sinking Fuod.-.....j.il..'rt.. 1 tHJU 7
Common School Fund.... ........ v-.t l.eti?.ii6 73.
holdiers' Allotment Fund ' '-a.4 ni
Soldiers' Claim Fund...... ...... .. S 8M 78
Kalional Road Fund. ...... .".V.vjJtU'.-. "..M w
BanJt Rede j ptiji Fund,.,.. -. Tig-st,,
' "i)--ASlA75Ato
i-C '! i.-T J'"
TlISKITRSKSIkXTS.
r3..Hi 17 vr,,l at r.i 91 n ,k
Canal Fund JJ.i--- 4.0S9M.I ?i!l UfO
Sinking Fund l,47-i.S28 33
Common -cnool Fond.v... 1,4288 SO i .
Soldiers' Allotment Kund.. ,,(42ti0 , t,4j,.
Soldiers Claim Fund......'. -8.781 68J!'1 " a
National Road Fund... .ii. ' 18.89 J6 I .iril
Bank Redemption Fund 18 85 ...
--i,v-. 1 f.4U354 S
Balance in Treasury Nov. is, 18W. . ET0,l!y 7S1
S. S. WARNER.
Treasurer of State.
: 5q ;;pes' cjst;.bediiotq
NOTICE lOimKBUHANTx; BAftsXO
, ers. Brokers, Publishers, stationers, trint..
ers. Companies. Lawyers.' 'Architects. Scboolsjl
Clergymen. Circulars, Prises CaireDt, : LeUesSo
Ouotatioos.ratalogues. Music, or snt documents or
drawings may be obtained at the folloeirjgeiuaer
dinary cheap prices: H O cop.es, fao fiuiilies. o
anv document or -drawing. Ac.,' 81r eoO eore. Wf
1,000 copies, 88, As.: lea. U0 eopi ea.A5, or M per,
cent, upon tne above prices may be saved by hing
haurioe's Patent Autographie Printitg Prans toY
ylfices. Publishers, ntatioiiera. Printers, Soboola
Companies. Ac. Price 80: 'A jonng Sorcan s'rike
off loo copies, letter dOio, pr hour, ef koy dnesiW
mect.drawing, music, with the greatest fa-inty.
Maurice's Patent; State Rights are sold at iaederata
price'. Public experiments each Saturday.
N. B. All kinds ol ijthographto-werk.r Bone
with tbe greatest care at the. lowest ttt jdvlaus-.
ice's Patent A utosraphio and Lithographic Print
ing.. Writing aad 'EDgravinsr-EstabliekmeaVIa
UOVii -u-Mv a jr ai a
Emollient Cream
n-.i ni 'j -. 'tu. 1' - . . ii-iM eru aii-w
THIS ItELiIGHTASJJL AUBEMGtUT
preparation, Intro.tuced last winter, baring
received so many flattering eommendaUoca from
those who uskd it, induces the proprit-tert to bring
it again beforenthe pubic assuriag 4bea that iti
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
againettke'' leelrtBeney nf the winter aon, -iJ
not only imparu te the skin; a, delicate- fEesknesa
and'beautj. but also cotiduces to its health, rnrity
and preserraiioa... 08 haing- abrasienai Ckap-i
ped iJandsJ-'aoe, Lips, or RoughDesa ef tbe akio.
K-hasne equal, -while its soothing qualities ana'
deliahttub. taiarADcc rsadsr it a uecerary.pp.Tid-.j
as. to the toilet. Prepared only by AlAKPl.E A
R1TS0N, pelle'-;lM-Bi8ts-il'Htoh, WghJ
SUeet, Columbus. Ohiomo,; c ,,BeyVdedA,w4jri-
The Colutabushd; flocttnTi
Kilroa4 Companjr, ?Mlb
. - rv . , -a fv rv-l? aw r '-"-- w.t JV
"jVotlce to tccUolaersf.
-:t-. i. TTi . iii-.-j : . .v juj. .1 . asm
i r ;-',ii'vjcourtrBOs,09TBDiBe.''i8tk teeaij
NOTICE- S JiEREBV iGlVnTHAT ,Af
meeting of f?ie S ocktioldtrs of this Coujpany
will be bald at : Tit ofBoei ie the ttyoof Columbiu
on Tuesiay, January 6ih, 11568. between Abe houra.
of I o'clock A.M. and S o'clock P.' M.', at wbicbr
thirteen Diretors forJaid Comtmriy will be eiecteeq
and such, other business txansaoied as ma, be
brouBht-befnm tfie uieent-girttnehholders arera-3
minded that the ia-v progides-that "after the first
elect'on of Directors, no person thall vote on any
aharejOBAwftiioB any lnstallaiautte due andu npaiay
LdeelS-datawtd-r ,-'"Q M "ec'y and TreaAP
'i'Mi'ii ti '' " ' ' "
j
'eVfcJ uiij'i
r,JNOj : S. .ROBilRTS, .sj
nLJ1;-oiI eSa8Kait,l-d ijJr.1 ta'.i
TOILEIV ARTICLE PERFl'MEUTi'
-c jL'iirtif- iis.'b'bba;j'il,
ifulf 'itbcVtoldraV's!Knmn)eiVau4
,0hUj1i1 Sritiaotao4 PoaJsMva,, -ji.t j-t-.j
Ni aa4iii8fk air" jtU iist'oiuj
frlreireadwA!-"'" I" COttilE DB.-VilfrOiiT
fVA.-'-z---!-T-rrpT--roriw a
gikes-oiif'oaiiHBii it i
V. .,1h ladies gneraHythatti ha,e-tBAl
lUbed herself ia Dsnler.newibildyaV)rfiTala
north' of BfoaA. where she is prepared to do lsh-.
ionable dsAswnakiosi B AH itsbraiwaveasonaJ
able p:ie. A lib.ial palxonage is respeiiifully it,
lisw---u dcolS-Sttod '

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