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APf KTiaiMO FOR WllW 8T4TI(W AH 1.S0
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BUSniECiJOIIlECTOEY
AllCinTECT.
Jf t r. HUOUKM, . ;-
XL Arehiteot, Civil fcosineer, Ao. ' - - i
o-Offic over tiiJ!lattBal ksohaac Bank
S. BIIIL
!1 fcAKT'tftU a
AXXOilaal-vA
E iwAHD 4'LleLA- ,L' villi
ATTO&H 1-AT-LAW A Notery Publia. -Uttoa
io Fanan'a Baiidioc.
Office 9 h oath tligb tweet, Am boo Bnilding.
JO.BEAL, i
Aaetioneer and Dealer in Bail Eitato Hooat
hold (iiiiaA.;ilAin and Notkiua i i. rrx
HaJl W ent Broad itrMi.
.,BATH ROOMS..,
i
t
MAW Eli
a.itiarbar-ana Hair- llfMiif. Hat ul flnl .
laaths. Batement fmieffioe H jildin. )
. : t i BOOK BINDEBiSC t ..
IkuKH I 4c A.1 A.(..Tki
p . Book. Binders. Blank Mook Manafsetnran.
teif and Publuhera ; ''
Opera BatHint.
taB00T&&SIIQE&
Ti UILUAR A 4 ' J-
a. r kJUUbU, AAlfitA. UD-Oka K a3 rWUWAWU, (sVU,
leitot Mortment. Aeir stjies, iow
ia4 unan u;k - ' -
aies, pmass rmwr r r
.7 ad ma
- lrSJBls AtasUU At C.U.'M
is IM aoted heaaa. fa good Boots and Shoes
at low D riqes. Aew hunk jiutroeeired.
lor.tiu-.ti 1 oau:.A r.8oa high Street.
"TBlNSa! CO --' .; ,.. ,-cs j
AV-Dealers ia Hotsbdrtlf kbd Ohio Goall Also
-stieAat iarata Xiln hast fjU)oewwer Pipat ..f,
tat r ;-.--7 -- ho.a8lMujtb.aiah street..
rCOMMIiSSIOxMJERQ
-He
33T5
nrcH a xui,
Cummimion Porwaraing arirf Produce Her
aiu aesuaca ia laraan. riei
lour, ., 1 W. stroad
a J'-it-im a -i l
: o r.Am m $ ,mIiji .
UAOMalssaa)4K gNt.i - i I
Uanniacuirers aad IMalera ia Freneh. Gen-
.rjanaod Aiaexican vometa. -Ahro. tt"Ot okiru. !
'' ' V: -' - clsl -xipera Uuunei !
:":;CRbrRYV:-i
: TITfll. A .ta'iJr J-'
03 . A i
bcy--.-s:nolesale-aivl ftetaH li Dealer la China,
a dQasaiswi-a, biaas, Putaa.suoda. iAiapaasrd Lmmf
Oitures. i . 4AucuiilignaUeet. '
ir'Utj-a-i ara A',' i -.im st v,mi trn I
,T'ViBaportas aad, Wbeletalaaiid Retail , Deal
.-in Crockery, Cluna Uiaba, tUUsry. Plated Uoodt,
- Coal Oil lAinps, ovo. ' : - ' ' " ' --.i'w ;
.l!:cw um Booth Highetree.
aj-se.u
DENTISTRY.'
r3JJ
a.l'i .h;.-!r?t nj tT.ojaEsat Bread street-i
Wet
to oe uo vm
.'PS l ii-!i
of Deotiitry, inclodiof ilana' iuprora4
kiorli'Uia Ott.oe,lwi4lLUBor ULuck. .
t - DRY GOODS. .:s:,
-t Y V KBIIULV' k VO. v , !
.Va .Dealers iu Dry Goods. Sotions. Carpets. Vi
.Cloths, al at tings, bhadea, dau. Caps aud f'uxa.
- evrur nigu auu r neas atreete.-t'-afc a.u- aaisa-q (
er ? ! i h 1 " 1 -.i i j t .l .j i
' - i . -n.t Sfa t.inwo fin IAtha 1 1.1. 1 .1
x oiitui xiign atreew
ott
-oPaaey liry Uotdj-mi ;
11 .1' A U. U. tAt. ' ''.- l
-XIa - Whoteaafa and-Ketail Dealers In Rtanla aad
- Paney Dry Goods, and Aiaualaoturort of djadies
tyejioaaavnf VTsv-itr nignaireet:
i uuru s
-BH II jiM ass tt AUaaa.4
, J r. E.rum A Co.. cash dealers ia Dry Goods aad
.ooUnB, if ouuth rouria sircew
.. . ., . ... i T ,1 I ! A I ' ! i
J A nauou on, ,
,. WholMale- an 4 Batail Deatan ia Dry Goods.
-..MaughtoaBiuidiiia.Atto.llo'aiid 12st bouth ilixk
1Lstreet. J ktf. etA.;:c -.. i ,
-nJ1-1. - 1 1 L- ' i r -I . -! ; ; t
..1a.llvn A Hluiilll. I
. IV Dealers in Staple. and Fancy Dry Goods and
uanxa raraiSBHiM Viuuoa, oaaneit Uuaua. ,d
"j's'ltj.tA-s'.,'ssA7ci; Jt-. ::'
r.l J(- Dealers ta' 8 taprs and Faooy Dry Goods,- i
3.1 ..J i. '..r 'I-, J.-.
a. 3i ri a 2ns3Vi a
AaiBiaaaisi4iigh street-'
,1'VduPoTignBnd Dbmestio Ore "Goods, Cloths,
org srtt,to.: wtNS sob aasui tugn Btreeu- i...
i e-t oi DRUGGISTS. fci.oa 1 1
PaoDle's Drnc Sturel ISO Sou th High St,' Ire-
'aartptioaseararauy eoutieaueMa asau aoaraaa .
3-' . ij j" 1 1 . il i . 1 . . ' ' asj l.1-- !1 i iff
,ll jua.N 8. BObEB'Ai:,in',I0
A. rue i ill Attil A nALheearv-
to 154 North Digh street.
" - 71 i
.u Assfa.ai At. sal 1SUY
h MWlbALE A- Befi'AlL DRU0G1ST3.
f ... t j- ; pmim min o..,
-ItaaAfJN. tStst.JH 4b C -wj
"73-? w holesale and Keiail DrastisU.
-laPrvprietary asedieuMe Ti
. i souin mgn ot., iOiuuioua, vf.
and Dealer
4 North High street.
o f "i ivN GRAVERS.
1,M:ui.s av. JMUWatB.
' JtV " Designers, Engravers and Publishers.' Kotav
. .hmr immin aaarraTed to order.
ir., i.. .... tiva, W7 and loMiath High streets
1 bvtt w
FUIiNlTURE,-&3.
.iiaas .amassta cavMiNtrr :u .
loi l. AtaaalAoLurert sod Wholesale and Retail Deal-
1ft ttiniture.ira, a,Miraaae.eio.
r ;,o. MU rJouih High &l. (open House)
Til.B i ii il i. 1 .1 I ,f r T II -i f II i i i
r l SA14Sa-IIAAIII ITIitlfc (WW, - H. f,. -
J4'
. KJ Hu.tuinr.iol aratfilaaa r urnitare. Whole
saler and Ketail W areroouis. o. J and 8 Uwnos
Block. ' ' "
"HOUSE TFimNISHING
la .U,.' i
,3.iT.- V-' ' - '
aid . sj A!itji aa tv.i
'T
- ..;.iJLUe i-eajecja AtanUea. tStores and. Boos rur
i , aishissi tawds, oAie 'tin, Copper and M heat iron
.ia ware,1,.,iir,juu ii a T H ia4t iowa tree.
- KBSalASTvAslT.
A ' A. Btia.autahisj Goods, lfantlas. Grates.
r i copper, xin sos euose Aron. eioves aud JdsaUas
r:r-.i . . j. t :.- . a . .sua Buutn Uigh street.
a AVON. TA VA.U1A eV HIEr. i
"V Dealers in Hardware, noose Furnishin
nr lonrt.
r Ararble and Slate BaaUes.-Gratee. stLveeTknt
lutiiawi, Ati. ast. aAasl Ut Aorth itiah street.
i t- ' a: i.'v.i
J-
il
.
1
3oop.:siaAiT
T MEED.
IJJ. MannfettMeruid 7ifae1a4)eeter In Hoop
Skirts and Coneia-Alaaetarvi Berlin Zananr
aid Faaar Honda, 103 Sduth Hignrtrr Jt.
VDlleil4aMaaioa& Jya41jelBoolL &i-Jk
eerj and Faney Goods tenerally. bpeeial Asent
tVonerj and f aney Uoodt (enerally
ir tne eaieDrated biiat trw' ttoic
llaa.BoTd Hedal 8ewina
Machine.
ho. S10 South Hitn itreet, cor. Rich.
Bie'to.ofjfeeafe?thBsw!feab.
fan ad (straw Goodl 129 Sonth Hicn ttreet.
HOTELS, An
r AXIOM Aa.MTtJb. .
vppotita iiepet:
.0?J 'J!'J- HUAyjDSOS. Proprietor)
-- STaTKS MOTEb.-
Jt Comer High and Town streets.
-a SiT BLUUMtV Proprletdw ol
hTTLEK HOU1T-,
I Corner KonAk A Friani ifitl Commodious
lon and exteaAiret tables. , - --r-. ,
I. A. K1WRRK Kmnrietnr:
ilNSURAKCE..,
'! A ' ;H
loranoe Company
A .a its aaaVi d
AMlrtON, AaeD.4Jolaniban. 0.
VTEWKIBK nil.TBREHCKHffnt
GENERAL. AOEHXS Security Life-intarane
CfjmDAny,. . ( rR r . .j Ho. S Opera House.
TTOJ1E IKSCUANGK COBPA1V 4IF'
iL Columbus. O. apttal nd Assets. S4B,614.T.
C. M. BAKEK.
See. "Jos. A T Opera Boas 1
. tf., ! MILLINERY GOODS.'
o.
w,miiiio,,
Wholesale and Retail Milliner
r Goods. !0; .!
ouse Block. 1
-.C5-1 11 ci.Hieh street. Opera 1
JX. Deler in ilillioerj. Straw Goods and Trim-;
arinsraici.7 Worth HishsUeet., . ,
JJealer.in Millinery. Press and Cloak Trim,
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAFHASIM-BKI A AOHLLEBE", -')
Merofaant- Tailors and Dealers ia treats' gat
nishing Uoodt,
vrlio. 68 Worth Higb.' street.
CW.rrHWlJIBEH,, ,nr.,
Merehant Tailor and Dealei in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Alse axent tor the iamoad tUticta,
Y"!' " t a 131 Soath Jtiuch s treats.
-:. ..'. i "A ir- , )
nrMBOMtlte-RIBtlCllAl'IT TAIlORIrl
A - 4-ULOTUliG KO- 18m a. Hixh at. Gents'
suits
made order. -Jiirady-mada Csotiiing ar-
oajftand. t ... ....
wars
TOMIriUKH'-lkliVBAOMtiK.' '
rj Merchant Tailor sad Dealer in Clothing and
Urfntt' Furnishing Goods. ' - '
'jf'l-tjj.M Mo6HtrthHtek street.
lOHH IIIlllTBB,-! :i f i-.-,T. ?: -,'r.;iT
it . MERCHANT TAILOR. 310 South High si.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
-OT.W&DEALERS.
3ct :: . 1
n Aews leaters. Boot
nntiallM Anil StAtlAiuM-
so.k CHJUtn nign street, next door to rostothce.
IWKU. IIHltllJI,:--i.--JQ
cjws4eaiar, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er, rublioatient m both German and English.
131 Ptoath Hieh stre-t.'
PAPER WAREHOUSES,,'!
A NDKeW.4tiBlaXV at CO..
il Hannfactarers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, S3 A S6 North High U 1
NrlJI 4k 1 k AKk. r - -
""Healers In Prlmin. KnnV' Writing .iwt Fin.
Pspere B6, SS A 40 Kri h High street. , , ,.
" d: ' PHOTOGRAPHERS
Ji t-J i jJ?HOT0GJU.PHERSr r. f I -. . J
ir ?; .m.'-... - . TBf Poa'n High street.
T -'-ai.' Ki.a.tT'r4Vi'u -i! -. v..
J a - PHOTOGBAPUER, 107 South Highstreat.
Ptctoxes made in everj; style and sise .
: - Photographs. , Ambrptypes. Gems, ate. eto-.
. r . .. Mo. 134 South High street.
i!,PHYSICMKat;;i
MiAfiOl
17 JW. JDUWN-i. M.
Ejo 'No: S Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
ore, car. ueart, Tbruataad kunaa. Alaorlisaases
i vvotoen ana i.niinren.
l 1
! 11'ra-f Vi
: pianos;
J F. H1UUM CO, ' 1 '"'.a--a
Wholesale and Ketail dealer for- Lights A
Uo.'aaad UaiaeoA Bro.' Ptauoa, Also, Organs,
aieudaons and other musical instruments .
t , . . an nortn Hign ureet.
J. SJWOOUS,, , ... . .,. .. .. I
Aneot .for Uhickering's andEmmerson'sPi-1
snos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet -nluaio.'
to - .j;r: l.8ontliHwliatrefc
RESTAURANT;
J; : Kl
BANK EXCHAHGK HESTABKANT,
Corner Stale and Hish streets. .'. i
. VUiflLi,i'' At VAR,eprietor.
j?;5 SEWING MACHINES.
AETA SBWrHtt-nACHINER, J :
-The best ia the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
Hoi
. iW. PIMM EL, Ueoerak Agent.
WATCHES AND-JEWELRY.
R '.!. ltJfB.s Ac-CO.' " :ui..j..
. ' rip.l.r. in tVln. Watr-hiM tHloMtni Jmrelrw.
Platedwarea , Spectacles. Ac., No. 11 Ea.t Town
street.. ' ' ' . ; ; ! , .
i. . A 'a, . m .a. . .mm i.u, dm m i
lje(8iicee8Sors to Wm. Blynn) ofealers in Dia
monds, Wateh s. Jewelry, aUres W are and Spec
tacles, no. a reii ttouce. , . ,
JL- i
Wholeaale -and Retail dealers iu Watdhes.
uiocks ana waweirr. on. ii twain aisn su-eew
STRICTLY WH0LESALEV
DANCnurr bkus
A -Wholesale Oealers m Drr
Goods and Notions!
awd 4 -WTBe Blues. X
iEKD. JONiiS Ac CO.
Ali
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealers is Boots
and shoes. -i - No. Uwynne Block, lown (M,
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE 18 UEUEBV GIVEN XO
all whom it may concern, tbat the City Bank
of Cleveland, aa Independent Banking Company,
organised and earrying oa business as an Indepen
dent Banking company at the city ol Clfcveland,
unio.nnaer an act ol tne uei.erai assemoiy ol tna
said rVtateol Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
the state Bank et Onto ana otner junsing uoin
Danies." paeaed Februarr 14th. 184S. being deairoua
ukrelinquishingandelosinKits Banking business,
to ti.at end has in pursu-noe of the statutes of the
said iete of ohio in suoh oase made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oeni. of the maximum
Mno at el its circulating notes, and oelivered the
satae to.tbe Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided meant and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary ana Auait r ol state oi saia state ot
Ohio io.- the redemption of its outstanding- notes at
oiraulatioB at tbe offioe of the National City Bank
of 4;leveland, at he said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located, ,, - , i
. Done by oraer oi tne tsoara oi uireetorg oi tna
Citr Bank, of Cleveland, July ft h, I W8. ' ,
7.T. . ,. iJSMtEL WICK.. 'President.!
i jjtU-dltaw6m - -., y ... ; '
Air
""The Sisters of St MaryV, I
rvFTBE fRIHCIi; MECENTtt OF
J sliun.-,. Perrv eounty. will ODen their large
and spacious building for the reception iof pupils .on
tne nrst Mnuday iu SeptemDer, looo. r or cosru ana
t'aittoo. 75, 8o. SS6 ud 80, according to the de.
oartmentof then.mil. SR. RUsH. Sup't.
Addreea Box S51. au3-dtf
EC H.i?rGrEIGER
mil iCtff BJ0BST
v' S. S. PINNEY'S , i
rxAHCIKO ACADKMr 1 jtOW QPE5AT !
J1 u iilWuTAu as a a s
v nnwvn s wn ns.a .
For juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from T to-S
P, M " Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
HALL, 23d inat., at S o'clock P. ii. " ocU4
.iron ajue.
J i fcns
-a 1 PAIROFJOK GODWIN" COLTS, FIVB
and six years' old, vary handsome, kind and
sound. Will be sold low.
augWdtf KIUUAKD KEVINS.
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,n i;:t uni.auii
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W. V Lb.3
qiiaj'i aav.iih
p eR&l(ta ifjipjrtnfslatSlnfeeliieh
tl ej33skrifltitjir Jculiajrgnrzt!oB
A t?tS4i.3 stjif'psrforrBT'aTr) qnbjact
.iawp snffenagtA JEeedom from Vifipe..
ntriB&ie fri 'fibT akll''tl(r4 ' 'jlhei-?
sppinew dd -rvelfareifbr,Tioiira:caii, be
Wtff yhif f re W-iT?o't Wy, 4.:W
o a oft these YsrioMi female .complaiots
c in loiig be 'sufi'ered tin run !oh without
i: ivdVing tbegenerai -health pf.'th.ei in-
cfi vtdaa1 nrt ere lang producing pei?mi:
qent eickneas and premature dedlindl'KoV
it it pleasant to consult a phy sician for the
isliHFiFth8e yariona deticats affect jons-,-ud
only uporiiliejnost orgeat neceBsity
'ill a true woman so far sacrifice her
reatest charm aa to do this. The sax
ill then' thank -ns -for placing-ia-their
ands simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving and coring
i tlmostf every one of those troublesome
:omplainU peculiar tathe sex.-.-.''; "' ''y
nvrrn arm nn hit.
LiAlllilUl ':. UI
H 1 M Be III ' aUi U--Z u
I Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others appty-vainly td"ilfng
gists end doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope, of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
tr? fi - -- f,Li ... . . .
I would not wish to assert anything that
wouio) no injuHuce to tut euuicieu, uut i
am obliged tosay that although it may
be produced from -excessive exhaustion
ej ijieowerj jof pife.iy laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
MSee. -and rtrpqnent diWbixUi.it Jsi ton
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself.
.When reviewing, the causes of these
' ? i. ' -l zL .rl
nreaeiu!r aoiiiuiaiota, most nainitu
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent -npotJ' thenS,'-It is bnt: simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi-
- -- . - 1 i " t yi'T
ess oa woman ju tui-.ciaesoB uusocusiy.
and which, consequently, affect more or
ess directly, the- welfare of the entire
human family. The mania that exists
for precocious-education and, marriage
causek ttie jreaW that nature -designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted 1n he restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pwlyrrtVnheatthjf excitemonfrtjf
tne ball-room. Xlius, with tbe body
half clothed, andihe mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid-
right( nevel tli hours designed by nature
for Bleep' arid rest, tha worlc of destruc
tion is half accomplished.
In "consequence of this 'early 'strain
npon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by tha. delicate votary ;o rp
tail jier siiuattpu iu.hciiooi ai ;a taxer
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely 'forbidding the-sxercUe indis
. ' ..it' a aT. .-i : i 3 i
pensauie to tuB utiitiuiiicut aim retention
ot organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air ; 'the 'sudden change
of temperature; the complete prostra-
4iorr -produced -by- excessive? drrncing,
must; or necessity,- produce -their legKit
mate enect. At last, an early marriagd
caps the climax of misery, and the uu
fortunate one, nrtnerto bo utterly regard
less ot tne plain dictates aud remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
air unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
the experience ot thousands ot our young
women.
JLiong before the ability to exercise the
Uunjtioim of -tbe generative organs, they
require tu euuctitiuit ui meir peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations atan early period of
lite ; and, as we shall subsequently see',
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
-i i;r ; '
me very me oi tneir victims ere nature
has self complete, their development, i
r Idt H e.male lf easness and. iJtbility,
Whites or Leucorrhoea, Too Profuse
Menstruation. -.Exhaustion, Too Loner
Continued Periods, tor I'rolapsus and
Bearing Down, or i'rolapsus Uteri,- we
offer the most perfect specific known':
UELMBOLD S (JOMPOl'ND liXTRACT OP
BucuiU-jDirectjons.for use,, diet, and
ih1.. tiiiMii'iitnv M 4ltlI,.iJ
nu l ivt itvvuuiuu f
Females in every penod of life, from
infancy to extreme old age, will find it
remedy to aid nature in the discharge
its functions. , , & Lrength, is the glory
maphood ana womanhood, ilELMBOLD
Extract Buchc. is - more strengthening
than any of the preparations oi isark
or iron, mhnitely saler, and more pleas
ant. IIelmbuld's Extract Blchu
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent' physicians in the United
States, is now offered .to" afflicted' liu-
nianity ast eertain cure for the follow-
ing; diseases and Bymptoms, from what
ever cause originating General Debil
ity, Mental and i'liysical IJepression
Imbecility, Dtitrminatiou of Blood to
the He,ad, Confused Ideas,. Ilysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night,' Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs
feneration, Palpitation ot tbe ileart,
and,, in fact,' all the concomitants of
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out, i Ask for Helmbold's.' Take po
other. -: - - ' , i . ! -is rum i
.u Sojd lsy Pruggisti and Dealers every
where. -- ' -; - -
P4Uca?4L25 per. bottle, or 6 bottles
for: 860. i - Delivered to any address.
f Describe symptoms ' in all communica
tions.- Address ii. T. UELBlbOLD,
Drug and Chemical .Warehouse,- 594
Broadway, N.Jf? - r, ; '
None are genuine unless done up ;
steel-engraved wrapper, Jfith - fao-aimile
o.my Chemical Warehouse, and iigned
yta-dwAs-weowly
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,-t, Qloves in great variety and styles;
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Har -a and Alexandre's KidK ta-;..:.r,
"Large and attraotive stock of Shawls "-'i i
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Wa have, in stock a full Iina of Underwear for.
Ladies , bents ana Hises. - .
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JAMES NATJGHTON,
, .. 118 & 128 South High Streets
IdeelB-dlJi ,J .j .,- COLUMBUS. 0JU0.
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SEAVING MACHINES.- '
FLORENU:
ING MA CH1NE7
1807-
In no previous year hot there
been eueh strong competition among
all the leading Sewing .Machine
Bfanufacturera of this country and
Europe as the present,' At all
principal -Exhibitions and Fairs
tlwy met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
and the result was unanimously
favor of the Florence . Reversible
Feed Lock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. ' It received the First and
TTighest Prize as the best Family
Staving . Machine at ' the following
Exhibitions, viz,t Exposition X7ni
verseUet Paris ; American Institute
Fair, New , York ; !:2tewEngland
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
R. I.f Vie New York State Fair,
Buffalo the. Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz. i that of
Mechanics? Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which, closed a four-weeks' Session
en the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing ' , Machines, who unani
mously awarded 'it' the ' " O OLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize
Institute confers, - .i. .;... . , .
' ' 'll r .- t--. -1. .
- It would seem a If this auooesalon of tri
umphs should be sufficient to convince- every
unprejudiced person of tha great superior
ity of the FIiPKENCE over all other aa
Family Sewing Machine. .
A written warranty ia given to the pur.
chaser, that the Machine WILL DO ALL
tbat is claimed for it, and should it fail,
WUI be taken back, and tha uom; BB
rONDED. -,' '
Principal Offleo and Balmrovm, So, 98 Wool
hurts Agrees, Cineinnmtl, O.
.. EL mcCONNfilX. Oeaeral AfenlL
- iiA.Tx:n.
At the Ohio State Fair, which closed at Toledo,
Repto -ber tsth. 18f8. the FLORENCE received
the TR8T PRSMlUMtot the best Famil ySewing
Machines over seven competitors.
Send for a circular, or call and examine the
at ihe new Salesrooms.
'il East State St-t Colnrnrina, Ohio.
W. S. BROWN, Agent. - '- '
ITS- All kinds of stitching dore to order,
satisfaotion gusisnteed. oot24-dilmJUwT4a
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fThe evfliAmiitil iTwrnfti.mA almArtaaVivltA Rl i
Peter, "1 die daily,!' - fee object,. pf this article is
not to remind him of LJ his'pAngs.bnttoshow
j him hewtobanith them- 11 forever. -The tneani
- of. in mediate, aad: permaneiifc relief are) proCeied
,l',li lo J-lt..'j.u. l;ij ,.i...ai'U) fttoili.
; ' HOOFL AMD'S I
USV.',i; rut ! , - ,-lT Slli
GFRMAN BITTERS !
j .tieitian veto I.uo iii u3i
And Utrfor him tetav rh ether ha- will -nsntlnm
1 to endure a living death! or to put himself in, .
- Pi i. ,.. j ,ii. imo-i- ':nn a i
.n il lii t. A w-i.
Of theeffieaoy of tibitnatehlets veg-table stoA
achic are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture)' -tty- Its '- gT uise. and-eeger to bear
testimony to its vis-) VkAV tues . It differs .from
any other Bitters in existence, in this Special par
tiaular 4tUotaleoholio.--" i
' Pot such oon'ti tations and tystemta? require fox
their invigoratioaa diffuiiva stiinulant,, ,., , , ,,.
j ..-' i-ii t .ii: -; I,,
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HOOFLAND'S
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Jt ,i J
CEFir.TArJ: ? TOTilC 1
f-!, Tr-'l f I- ! ' - II
Has been provided a preparation In whioh the eol-'
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in- eolation hv a nmritunaa
gest, purged of all deioterioas eonstitueats. Tbe
Sauent. in onoosing between these two great aati.
otes, should be guide t by his own condition. If in
a very row-state from debility,- the Tonic should be
hisselec ion; but in cases where the emenrancy is
not so pressing, the Bitters is tha specific required.
i nousanas nna innn- A its Denent trom tak-
ioc eeeh;-in turn.
Uav
- There in- a a -phase of
iioaigastioo. .oiiiousness, nervous disease orpbyst
cal -prostration to which they "are not adapted, aad
in wnioa, singly or eomDinsd, tney wUI aoteneot);
aura, ii u :-,!.ijn . ;;. , ,uii;l V ti. -j ,.n ,
fn-j - ! ;nojj t,t
Exchange Pain for Ease
j "' "I '1 ii'ttii I'M voi-j oi m .-;.! )t
And'tVeaktiess tor Strength-1 Get" rid of the dil
menta .wrbich interfera witn enjoyment; eastglooaa
ar.d despondenoy to the winds; take a stronger lold
V4 uiv sjsia4US A aa pitvi sia kyawVeAAC 4SJ
I ,u(l(i;i, ... r m s-.'t tl A.
''-1 J-Jil
j 9,:j lit V!i ,
JiEW. MAN,
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Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
i-
. .uu iwiiuim u& .ii vogDiAuia luvisurauoi ana vol
,reetives u - ., u-.
HOOrUXD'S 6E8MA3J :; BITTERS,'
BiHonsntaPri. Tndiareslinn. Gene-mi Tsihi1 it jmjni
all the complainta which proceed fioin want oT
iTwiwr -kuuu in uie iivcr. ioe su)ld&oq ana uie
Doweia. ar oraaicacea ty a ooare r ttua great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
Inflaenoes. Persons whose occao&tions and ni-
suits suojeot them to the depressing effects of
oiose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take itreg-
u any as a protection against toe low levers and
otner aisoruers -wnioh malaria engenders
lids who are .. - - -.,.. jn,,-
Inva-
)-iiiii
WASTING AWAY,
.:. 0
Witnoufe' any specuu eoroaint, exeeot agradual
declination of bodily strensth and nervous enerxy,
will find in the Bit- rj TEKS a fountain of
vitality and vigor; as" r ' refreshing and exil
eratini(asapoolin tha desert to the sand-sooroned
and fainting travelers.,;' ,-, . ,- i
l.i
ii!T
HOOFLAND'S ; i
GERMAN BITTERS
i'i, It -4-r;'t I-
' Y'lfi'o-i
.Is composed ot tl
dicirialW termef
'j - ma- . ii .i. luc
id, e-'xtraots), of Roots.' Herbs and
tne;
Barks, making a preparation highly eonoentrated
and entirely freeirouv Alouhelio admixture of any
r J. -' --;:',( f to '-ift,!.i nl
TrnnPT.ATcrn'a -nt
ti-ii" .7
11,M'5.-I ii . tT'T t.. f.-
is a combination of aU the ingredients of the Bit
tats. with tbe purest quality of Santa Cms Rom.
'Orange, eto.', making one ot the must pleasant and
-agreeable remedies ever offered to the public .
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice. Dys- 17 - pepua. Chronio or
'jNervnns Debili ty; las'- Chronic ' Diseases of
-the Kidneys, and all diseases axis nt lroin a disor
dered Liver or stomach, - . n , j-.i,
such ' 1 ' '
-ofklluiti Utmsti-.
nation, invar.
11. .3-.S. .''Piles. Pnllnesj of
ra
:.a , Blood to the Head,
Aoiditv of the Stomai-.h.
' Bau.ea. Heartburn, Disgust - -i
' for Food, Fullness or Weight in the .;
Stomaon, hour bructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of tbe Stomach, '
Swimming of the Head, Hunied and iifficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lyii g Posture,
Dimness of Vision; Pots r Webs belore the i
i-SigbU Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
, ,Aeficiency cf Perspiration. Yellowness !
1 t of the rjlrin and K res. Pain in the '
- : j a Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, etc. .
-H jiH-v-Sudden Flushes of Heat, .
.,.' Burning in theFlesh, .
.Constant Imagin- ' ' '-n '
" - ' T: ings of Evil, and i ' - ;
Urrat Depres- ; ,v
, -. ; sioe of
Spirits. - - i
They are the Greatest and Bestl -
BlOCrjb PURIFIERS j
Ever known, and will oarer al! diseases resultins
iro ) bad Blood- Keep jour Blood pure. Keep
jour ijivot iu oraer. m ncep eur aisestive
' organs in a sound. M beilthr eondition. by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will evtr
, assail joa. , . .
"Weak" and Delicate Children
: Are made strena bv the usa of either of theae rem
edies. They will cure every case ot alARASMUS
. without fail
Thousands cf certificates have sreamnlated to
the ban-Is of the proprietor but rpaoe will allow
of the publication n bnt a few. Thou, it will he
observed, are mi n of note and of suoh standing that
KUVJ ill UCL (IB IKJWTN. -
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
" ''OF PE.-vIv8YLTA.-flA1 3.;
'" ; SPEAkS FOR'THESE REMEDIES.
W ho would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes-
. .. . , limony Ir ,
HON. C. Wa WOODWARD, .
i Chief Jnstice of tha Supreme 'Jourt of Pennsyl
vania, wtitss t ,
PlTIT.AnKI.Vm-A. Manh IS. IRS7-
I find "Hooflsnd's German Bi Mers" ia a good ton
ic ueiui in aiseaars ai 01 tne aigestive or
gans, ana 01 great va- n w en t in esses ot debil
. its and want of neiTou?ctiwi in tbe system. .
' Vours truly. GKO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
. Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
, Philadelphia, April S8,186a.
I oonsider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in cses of attacks of Indigestion or
Dspepsia. I ean ee-tity this from my experience
of it,. . Yours, withrespect.
JAMES THOMPSON".
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
f .. . .1 .( .- . n
Prothonotery of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
Philadelphia. Se t. M.1P67.
"Hooflsnd's Germa 1 Bitters '1s a -very useful ar
ticle as a tonioand as sn appetiser, it not an iu
toxi atiDg drink, and may be fed beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
- . JAMKo KOaS SAOVVDEN.
OTTTICjiipO-.
Hooflsnd's German Remedies-" sre eoanterfeited.
See that the signsture f( ot C. M. JACKSOK
is on toe wrapper of mJ each bottle. All oth
ers sre counterfeit. ' , A '
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, ho. 631 ARCH STUEET. Phila
delphia, Pa, ,, . 1
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M.'JACKSON A CO. .
i. - j.,-.- : pnxcxia. ...
' Hooflsnd's German Bitters, per bottle.... tl oo
Hooflsnd's (German Bitters, bslf dosen S 00
Hoofiand'a German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half 'dozen for S7 50. - 1
. -' Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
, n order to get the genuine. , . .
r FOB SALE uiT ALL DRUGGISTS
A nd Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
'jSS-dwAs geowly '-,
DEATu
s
1 . O ' '"ifl ' Sltl.'l l-j;-
[From the St. Louis Republican.]
[From the St. Louis Republican.] The Use and Abuse of Butler.
.
.
jNAxt to fame) is potoriety and-yf (here
is; one person more than another in .thr
world1 at the --prOTefao time i whff,dg literall
iaturated- with notoriety, thaU-perso jml
UenjAtnin' Jantlin Xiutler, by tlfc grata
oi God and the power of. Hadioai.. votes,,
member of Congress from MassaiiinKtta.
Prom the .Ganges ta the) Missjssisjir iiaoni
A user alia to Alaska,' from .toe eiiiator jtc
either: pole,, wherever At .white
X ''
man .Itassrod. there have bw nartft and bis
deeds penetrated, and ;t hero theMstan4 as
efoqvuent rjepiesentarive oi mpsK.ot,,th08e
vioeti-. whiflh; iioijes, and,,. deoert,,)peoyple
shjanJi, AvoiiLj, Ambeij 8lABal4. ..Wbe
more precious when its yellow. uiStapj;e-ih
oontalna -a, vilTr,anahi,.in..'8omW tran
sition state"1 of ., tujj. j.etrapgo .atuff,
tC t prisoned lor , the : gaze. ,0t -, aq-Jha
71: ' c "' t' t 1 " . - - ' V 'J 77 -"TTT
'K atoB -oo ueiuaus- iua, luiuirj
grentlon who wriUstue,, history ot our
GfeatltebVwn,'V,iiU find in -the char-
ictqr ar Achievements of iBltler, a par.
ial recom Dense Tor his laborious Btudv.
fend hand botb down ."tp posterity as' the
most curious and valuable'-result of a
ung ojSaakespear-t thaf."ne was hot' of (
anagepuT, joi juf. time. p 9 migui.say
duiteaa much aud with eanal. truth of
Butler, who looms up' now: and "will' Ipdm
.. i' :i.r i:j.iI... - :'L"ty
up lorever, t uiurai iigutuuuBe va.iu
nnnrpa At ain. fit'nnpa wnrnino- hnr? -fl
giliuu lu nail iiuiuauiy uutu tue cracs:
of doom. ..IJJo , individual .'unless" it !;be"
Judas -Iscaribf, has " ever ' received '"sb
much and such unanimous execration.
If tbe curses which have been levelled
by men, women and children at his "mor
tal and immortal parts could be collected
and concentrat'eit we ' might jget an" ex
cellent idea of T.fphet withont reading
Dante's ' "Infern;" 'or venturing where
Orph.ujfdldi " f- " ".v"':
. iBut. nptwkhstanding all this, weSv?
anffipiflnt nnnfirlnnRe in the wavs nf'Prnvi-
denca to believe '.that Butler was created
for some wise if not beneficlent purposeL
asps, . . scorpions, serpents., .arsenic,
measles, and . Radicalism are' thought to
possess redeeming traits, which, if judic
iously managed, may become a blessing in
disguise, i'altlibngb. the disguise is" verj
dinicult to penetrate. If this is true
withj these i chronio .nuisances in " the
realm , of 'nature.. . orav is. ! there
not room' for Butler in the catalogue t
We think bo; and we think! ; wtf'are
able to demonstrate that, aside from being
a " wonderfully perfect specimen of 'Orig
inal sin and total depravity, and as such
of priceless worth "to certain religious ex
tremists Sutler ' has"' the ? capatci
and"" The "'willingness , t1'?;tfG0-ihe
State some service in a political way.
No orte,' we" presume qnestiohs Butler's
right to claim fofhimself three qualities
iu the largest abundance ability, ambi
tion and impudence.' Since tha close of
me war, nowever-,i.wiin ine smgie excep
tion of i-tho impeachment .triaU.be has
had small opportunity to display either
ot these to any greaLextent.j . t,.a . ,
The late lamented Thaddeaa Stevens
was so'- firmly rooted ' ha 1 leader of -his
parry in the'-Hous of v iieprdsenUttives
that Butler found it impossible to, dis
place-hmi, aud, baa .1 theretore ; been ob-
li sred to content hi mself w ith play ing ,se-
-eondi .violin in: av legislative; orchestra
where he ought to have: been i.the con
ductor,' wielding an autocratic baton,
Stevens Jias been called home. " Ihe
Kine isr dead ! 1 - Long : live the. King !; "
But who iathe rising sun ( the coming
monarch destined to ml tne vacant chair
of the .greato.Pennsylvanian. Here
will "Como.tthe .-iBtnggie, 1. .and, out
of ur.thati Btruggle ' ,we. .. hope and
xpect- substantial benefits to . arise.
Butler, : goes !0,back, to, - Washington
stronger than ever.-, He has not only
beaten the Democracy in his district, but
he has Jb eaten rebelljoua Radicals; and,
in crushing out Dana. with, a tremendous
majority,, .lie has virtua'lyj crushed out
all opposition' in the .ranks of his own
friends. He wilL rear 'that front of triple
brass in the . halls , of ...the .Capitol
with.j a triumphant effrontery' never
surpassed ., since, Satan'; waged .war
fare, on the plains' ' of heaven.
He will insist . upon being first "in
command "Cassar or "' nothing and
Bingham, Logan, with one cr two more of
tbe game stripe, will resist long and bit
terly before they yield. The acknowledged
leadership of the"t House is no'' paltry
prize, even in these degenerate days, "and
Butler is determined to have it or know
the reason why. He will have his '"'ene
mies and his partisans, and when this in
ternal strife really begins in earnest there
will "be interesting revelations, and ' possi
bly a split. "When rogues fall out, hon
est men get their dues. " ;
More than this. Butler,, is a good
hater. .He neither forgets nor forgives,
and, though he may bury the tomahawk,
he takes care to have the handle . of the
weapon near enough the surface to be
ettaity grasped - when - occasion-, requires.
He is the enemy of Grant, for the Pres
ident elect committed the unpardonable
sin of makmsr Butler ridiculous. Butler
was Indeed -bottled" at Dutch Gap, and
has been', more ' or less -"bottled" -' ever
8inee, but woe ta Grant' when the day
oomes for that bottle to be uncorked and
tbe vials of Butlerian wrath to be poured
out upon the head of the wearer of four
stars! " '
1 Butler is in the Radical party, but not
of it. ' He is far from orthodox on -several
points 'of the "loVal"' creed."' He. has
heretical notions ih regard to tbe payment
of the public debt, and the management
of national' finances. For these he has
been 'so kicked and cuffed by his tribe,
that whatever desire for recantation and
repentance he may have -possessed, has
been thoroughly Deaten out 01 01m. xie
take's his -seat next Monday a political
Islimael, with "his hand against every
man. and every man's hand against bim,"
He has few friends to reward, but a host
of enemies to punish, and revenge is very
. ... Vl..ll..
SWeel to xjutier. - .1 ! .
"Well. General," sai d one of : the'
handsomest women in America : to him
not long agoj "Well, General,' what do
you intend to.- do t" ' "Madame," re-.
plied the hero of New" Orleans; "I ln-1
tend to smash things ! 'And 'we: have
no doubt he will.' Cool but hot indiff
erent spectators of the ' eoming battle,
we shall watch" its1 development with
considerable interest. We see the gal-:
lant Butler in fighting costnme "shy his
castor" into the ' Congressional ring
and leap the..opes after it uliis
whole mien is plucky nnd warlike; ev'eq
his very eyes are at full, .cock, and he
squares himself with an ease and 'graced
which promises " a merry mm andj
plenty of -hard knocks. We pat him Ion
the back, give him our parting9 blessing
.i.j 1 1 i,- ., , f .. '
-.
I 41. A H S
andiiaimej8cadjA-we hwIraJ!Lg
in
Of abuseuTTEEnrts1 tatlenorrffr?. .
ndbeftrBiBuc meib". UAyfr gtmKness w
Ani"llll ut ii fcJaiili-Ih Will -
bee to the
a very sharp tn&n ra tne
prpve-himseK fifvedf ;cided
(sninpnty. ana
' side' of the'mi
New Advertisements
f
H'pBiarso4 axUasive Etablti, attended far
attariava hoitlBrti" 'UAH. Jj
FR AWKI-IM HOUSE,?
(Recently Merchant's HoteU .tlq:o
0x30 wli tS aerta HtStreey ,
COLUMBVl OSIOTI ,
IT -TMex-JMi m k0j v t-afa-A ct
i a ber of years proprietor ot tne national notei
of thiaeity, takes pleasure i i aonSieHaw'ita shetirf
: putolia tDat be has leased tbe abovstnamed House
lor a term of years.'nid-it -thofonely-iasisaaji -
supplied tnrougnout witn enure nqwarniture.aiKi .
it jiow ready for the reception' 61 gaests.c fcotbul
jtratrsiat aud regolag-ibesfdB. HeSstters hifqself
is determination to devote bis ta p persoaal.at3
IL,
Issfactioh to all who-may f vor hie Hh.'tharir paA
jronage. H.'. PiOLIJS."
a. a. a paioon ana nestaurae is attsoaaa id v
. .
'iJ'-o ns
STATEMENT
et tbe Receipts an A -PlAbtst siaaw tMn.flt
the i-wwrAAf FtaavsLm, Ir FlacaA
-fear endinir, rvoyeniber 15, lisih1-
'"
t;'k i'lUM 9'Jtlgllfl
General Blveawl'JSh'Kft tt.Un&t 3
I
ri?ffr.ef.5W
- Common School Faad.iM.a.' mm ri4,4M'e-i't
Seldiera' Altotaient Fond............. 3.4OT b
Soldiers' claim r nn..r:..'.f ..si.tiuvv a.eio. wni
iJational Road FunU. S1.002
Bank Bedeptijn y-smd..-,.
Oi i-i U VuBifi l) in ,
S.T3s-tf
sr
n-,rtV . , . . - -v
.J CO .''Wg'BOBSIMBKTSo-irJ aj 'rfjasf,
General Ke venue rand.... 1.618 no
Tjanal t und -j....
14,039 89
tijar
rnktng 1
CouMneu i
Soldiers
u-i j;...i
UUIUICIF VIMUI . UUU. ...... - w ,
National Kosd Fund 1B.SSS 36 -unuoq
BankXedemptjon gwd(y r; jo t mn
--ait.u Jnair.'Hd f-fig . 0Zfl
Balance in Treasury Nor. 15. 1888.... f?r;teo -TS
S. S. WARNER.
Treasurer of State.
50 PER CEK7. EEDUCTIOli"
i(r-firn1a jikbiiiiiitii. rakik.
il, era.-Broksri.- Publishers.'"
, tati oners,-TTTm
ers, ComrAnirf.'rwyers,, JbxitJslribolsf
Clergymen. Cirfalars, Prices Current, Letters..
Qootations.Catalogues. Music, or an Mfwumealaod
drawings may bus o tain edat the fgUowipg extraor
dinary cheap prices: Ida copies, l.c-srutitiAsJ of
, any die a merit dramhur) Aoa, 8 soft oopies.
1.000 copies. 88, Ac; 100.000 copies, Mod, or 64 per
cent, npon the above prices may beeaved by aaiqgX
Alari4y-FUrit Autogrsvhip Printing Press, lor
OmcAa, Publishers, tstariouert. -Priatets, -sSeoeels.
GiHaieSi, An. il?rieeS., A yonag )oxean s .rike
off loo oopies, letter size, per Dour, of any froeau
met t, drama, music, with the reatest Ot'Jhis'a
laiirioe'4 l'a ent; Ststes Kights ar sold st moderate
price-". Public experiraenrseacfe B4tradary.Kw M
- Mc B.-All kio4 ot Mihowaphio work are done,
wish- tbe greatest care at the lowest vatesi'' Maiir.
ioe's Patent Autoirapbia aasdy 1 ithOaraphie. Prnt
ing, vVriting and, Eqsravifs; EstablishmOnt,''ltr
North Willi
.d-dStawly-v r , j,,, .,,,..,
The Columbus and Uockifig' ValJ
I ley 'JRaiiroad fompaiira
o!
IVoticet to Wix5ltfcoileiH)
t ...fl .. ,
fj0OTrjsJ,OHIoPea.'lBtn.'08ts,
NOTICE' IS HKREBVGlVEtf THAT-A
meeting of tbe S'ocknolatri of this Comrsny
will be held at its office, in the eity of Calnmbusi
en Tuesday ,lanuary -'6th. ie9. between tbe hours
of 10 O'clock A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M., t which
thirteen Dire tors for said; Company will be eleoted.
and such other business transacted- as may ' he
brousbc before the lneetrr-g; -Mtoekholders tare rer
minded that the la v provides that "after the first
eleot'onof Directors, no perxon shall -wot ou any
share 00 which any installment, is due 1 and unpait'
deel9-d3tswt-f ';i,i 1 isn Seo'v aad Treas.T
1)
JNO.' S.1 ROBERTS;
TOItfef ARTICLES, PERFUMER?,
ilO -JTl
4cr '-J. tvTA-ts'-Ta4r--sat,l
JA full sUick'of Con'dray'-y.'RdmmelVaa Lubla?s
Extracts aud Pomades, tnisj
Jai.2Sorjtg)At,isTn..ff
ovsjetll-eodlm ''l ?.
:i :: v .-:; -tPoKlseauL lunaia tnn
. .; ,'.,.-...i is .:.igj.,a ajlUar ;...-..h-
THE first edition of iOnb ltntDKD THOfBAXD
or' Vick's Illlstbated CATAi.otins OP
Seeds and Ouidu in the Itovas Gakdik is
now published. It makes a work of luo pages,
beautifully Hlostrated.-with a heat l&S Pine Wood
Engravings of Flowers and, Vegetables, and ah El
egant Colured Plate,' J : - -"'' JiJ
'" ' a BorqtiTETr or'rL6w'EK"'u'
J "Yt is tbe most besnHful, as well 1aa - thsj Stoat la- r
strubtive ploral Guide published, giving plain and
thorough directions for tte CL'LTLKK of PLOV --AKSaod
VhGhTABLEri.
Tbe Floral Guide is published for theensfit of
-my customers, to whom 4t is sent, free withcut ap
. plication, but will be forwarded to all who apply
by m-il, for Ten Cents, whijh is not half tbe autt.
(Address JAMES VICK,
- "-'' Rochester. rf.Tr
decl4-deod3tAweowzw-CHT-n . ii,)( J,'.)!
regents ;VVanted---l10 Day
TWO IO UlAPJr rutt' AA-.i
.i -
l
Lr.OYDB " i' :li
Patent Revolving Double praps
Of America and Europe, America and.
tlie I. titled btatea of America.""'
i' ni i ii f-Coloredr-hi 4006 Counties.-,
tTHltl! It EAT ItlAPS.NOW JCST
, X completed, show every plsoe cf importance.
' all '' Railroads to date, rod . the ,iatest. alrera-t-ons
in tbe various European Sta'.es. These
Maps are needed in every School and family-Jin toe
land they occupy the spsoe of one Map, end. by
means ot the Reverter, either side can be thrown
front, and any pert brought level to the aye. -Cvtsn-.ty
Rights and laige discount given to good Agents,
ii -Apply for Circulars. Term, aod .Sample laja. to
LLOYD'S MAP bDHEAC.
-'deoil-dawlm-r ' ' as Coi-tlandt St JT.
BOOTS AND SHOES
T. 8. BBPABD.
n nnRintu
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
..Hi, -.A..
' ; ;- - 1VE W - B?rR3kUlgX
TS. SHEPARD ilAVIMo'lFOBrflfelJ
a a partnership with G. H0K1GKR.-far the
purpose of earrying oa the Boot and Shoe trade at
INO.; IOS SOUTH Uldill STBEitr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and tbe
public generally to call and examine -tbeirlte And
' 'well selected stosk of Ladies', Goats',, Atisses'and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di-
' rect from the-tast, and-a-hiob they are unit o9ffing
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. ,In onr man
ufacturing depart ment special attention ia given to
1 V l.i CUSTOM., HAD B lYQSKf liX
. . Repairiniof all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give as a ealLIie- troaota to
Show goods.. .
Remember the place : Fi IB South Bigh Mraet.
- , . . . SaKPARlAABORIGtR.
Cnlumbns. O. Sent- It. If 68. peT.19-f
: : TaKKrrmm "
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mCBASLHAXal.- f- 'i (-CH4KUI8 0i BBLbOBT.
. . ,. . BUTLER. . .
IIA-L9I.' BUK.1.0-1V8 VVnTlft,
FURNITURE WARE-
Pie. gie8ISoatfcI'Chtt.yv7
..1 biMHi-m i .,.-C4LPMIIJ8.OHI.
IAst cxleneiv JUamvfactory Jt qt tit Tout of
. oojst. rm "m VKtr)f--A.ii
'; Their business tra-ieaiwibM; -tarsi sVbererarehnd
..Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiactuii)
PARLOR, "BEDROOM OiNINGROOM, J HALU'ANO
a... K'TCHEM fURNIlbfiE li ...orft
I 1 all classes and every design et superior work
iarjafiiir tkmi brush.
I HO,
us
;an--ye4t Cliatrs of
i v iiil.i i 1 r .. 11
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