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AUCTION 'AND COMMISSION.
Mo. 7 W et Brul strwt.
t?f BaTH HROtJ MS. f,
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liarbar and Hair Tlrminnr Hot and Col.,
Bath a .Bwarea( ioacoffioa-Ji iijjbkt.-
BOOK BINDERS.
p. Book Binder! Blank-Book Manafaotaran,
rruuen ana raDuiaeri. u,
1U Pp
'SOOTS & SHOES. ?f
i .-V
TV 144 8oat iaUKbitraatx, Just eoeTTd,aa
lagant aasartmast; :. Aw tyiM.loDriaat,H Ar
Oiea. plaaM call. -, - ' . . .
ItUftiOllflAUUI - -
Al'latbBHtai faoarae forgoot Boots aai ghoaj
-COAL DEALERS
i)al1n Pittsburgh and OhioCeal.8 Ahw,
No, Ml North High street.
0OMMISSIDNERCtMiTSrj
XA-imiMini forwarding aad 4YsduoB)tt
CORSETS.1
. eg sjia wS3.saJe.aK. VU i , . , M
jianuiaoturecs ana jveaiers 1st rrenco,, uer-
Oorsatfc- Also. Hood skirts.
wa 1 !i
ia.a: -jttt-Upara Moose.
CROCKERY" &c.fe
-fljam .ia,'gi
, -kt holaaala and Hatall Daalaff la iCkinak.-
Queans ware, UIjus, dialed Goods, Laoipsaad Lamp
llXtUTI
o north iiigu street.
Jm lmnortar and, Wholewlaanil Retail Dealer
In Crockerr. China, Glass, Culierj, Plawif Goods.,
vosu vu i lamps. AO.
w-r. -.- aW South High
DElTISTRYi""-,r":!f90t
A I tMUUtt k UM.M aflrHKafc,
VV ' ..iiiast Broad street
m e w w oe m ..
11
Ti l l
0 W, aMNM. ENTIST.-The'beit stries
af Daaifiaht iiiiilailinii' IJteiiui'a luorora,
jainerai riaie. umce, i ana ix upara Bioca. ,
-e . 1KY GOOLS.
O,; JKBKsAA.k: 4b CO., '.T . wt.z-. i
e Dealers in Drr Goooa. Notions Caraetk. Oil
Cloths,
. Mattings, shades. Hu.14, Caps koOr Jt nxs.
Huto ami rrtend streets..' '
oi
1 A. VVWWBUW.4C .- -(lf- '
Uf 143 South High stretU
carperA Mattings, Oil Cloths.Cunaina, Sta, lo-anu
I ' C . iLt'AI.
AAA Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staolaand
inner srg.4ii(oda(.ajQsl jaaiuiiaeuirers f Ladies'
Uloaas. ia.uigasuriet.
1 F. JKrum A Co., cash dealersimUr Goods aad
NoM. ooiiU tanrio stress. -
Whoieaala and Retail Dealer In Drr Goods.
aoghBBiaaiag. ham-114 aint 1 Bouth High
Street. ti-t.,
KfeMBOfll AUlbwIA,,, ,Ti .-
Dealers TDtapl and FanctBry Goods and
Genta' Farnis In b Goods. Ao. Neil Hou. . .- t -
i iiLCuuislv bHAr A to.,
-T . TV., No-mouinxilahetreet.,.
1 . . . .. .j - r- aw
a . r iMluAlMilS t r.tt VUJI U lOi'.'.eS
V .Foesugn svad iouiajo. JJrx Goods, Woth,
Aura, tie.
, slo. a ai auoui uigo streat.
7
ivseruiuti t. . , .... , ,L .i
JtCtliffl UA A 1,
J E People's Drag Sne.'WSouthii;gir St.
seripioas eareaiijolaKO.'deci al&il nouri.
TAaM A' AlAAt U M'AOaali. la na -t yioH
k. i.... ,.o .,:4 North High street '
'WHPLASALEA ItKlIlLTRUGGISTS.
eoain mgn tn Cioiamoua, u.
imaIim. aksAft's:a&. A., sa. -
13 W holeaala and UeiaU DtuMuts,'"udaIar
1 n Proprietarji Jtedicwa. s..;.:1u...j,
m forth High etreet.-
aNORaERS.
''Designers; bngnvers ni' iubif8nrs'.w Hota
rialiaad atitar aeate asml (ererdar-. " '- '
A Mft aad iiooUi High JtrewU
FURNITURE,: c:
ifo
a lo .bsu
:-e -i
nuA ii aiAiiiaalAAMt al8)t - -ri-p, -t
JUuuiaotarsra and- W boUeaie and Ketail,Dea
rata. uiniture. inairvaiu,
i..u jjBi Svath High en. topers HoenMK '
x a, las vsuiaiivfiJliAfMI ",
HOUSE FURNJSIUNQ.r;:
aj.-
il areasssaiafMutsaw aKoaar god 4I4WM
pishiaa Uoatts,., 4 Un.-istavtjopaar ad Blail tr.i
Wau(,l HOS C 4".:iMia ast'l'oaiAtMS)i:aL.a
a K
A ll.MKaMninsr Oesdsg taiiil . mn, I
-n tjt i. -- 4 ' ATuk Somtk High stvaat.
. iven x j i lvk a nvxi ,
Dealers in Hardware, Bouse r urn titling (
Goods
lot Ail
aiaxuio ana oaeiw aiauA'n, i ,,ca, om., as, not ait
Kx-ao North Hih straek ,
busnrEss dibegtcey
HOOP. SKIRTS.
HEED,
alanaraetnrar and Wholesale Dealer in Hood
hkirta aad Coraeta. Also, dealar in Barlin ZftDbar
ind Faner Good a, 103 Booth High atrr it.
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
Br. AXTE1.L,
a Dealer in Unnieal Hervbandisa. Booll, Sta-
tionery and Fan7 Goods teoermllT. Special Agent
for tne oaleDnted tlias Howe uoia jneaai cewins
HaVfalbk. rNoiS) South HimtrXi. Rioh,
Van and Straw Uoodi S29 8ontbUih rtreet.
(bun Uolden flaw
HOTELS.
NATIONAA. HOTEL,
. Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAV1USOK. FroprietOT.
NITED S'I ATrii6TEL, :
Corner High and Town streets.
. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor!
WtTTLEK HOI79E, -
U Corner Kourtk A Friend its. Commodious
konse and xtensiT stables.
j L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
' .8TTTC3NfltANgE-fcar JOII;
i 1 m-
lONNEC riGCT nCTUAli LIFE
) suraooe Companr. Assets, $18,000,000.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Coluinba.0.
EWKIKK ex niLTENBERGEB,
GENkBAii AGENTS Seenritr Life Insnranee
Sompany. , o. upera House.
OBIE nSUUAIKCK COW PA "IT OF
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y.
Office. Jfoe. 1 A T Opera Honsa
IIXLINERX COjODS,
su'ti rata Maas&sa TjlJ)' k fl ! 5 ?J
IS
i street.
pera
look.
IIHs.A. UOWniNC,
aYI Dealer in Millinerr, Straw Goods and Trim
Bings. K 67 North Uish street.
f II. W1LKIE,
tl e Dealer in Millinerr. Dress and Cloak Trim
mings ndraney Goods iiontn man street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAt'HAITMGIf ax DOHLLEBEK,
Merobant Tailors and Dealers in Gepta' Fur
nishing Goods. j
U a -i oso!3 Ktftt& Bightriet.
CW.NUWAHDEB,
a Merobant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts.
181 South High street.
fUEOBIO HEBCHANTTAILARIIIGt
jl Ua.uaa11Jiv .vUj.-4j. uigtt-o. v tiaatai
snits made to order,
wars on band.
(ady-made Clothing ai-
JOHN V. BICKENBACHEH,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
i ff -..-j;o.l rthtgkatramt.
JO 11.1 l CIV TE K ,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 520 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
" '
NEWS DEALERS.
A NDKE1V8 tiHCUj,
i Mews Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, next door to Postolfice.
TJIlttJO. VHLMANN,
A? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Kng.iah.
131 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
A
A! HKSOWN, PEKKI tc CO.,
Manufaotorers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and V rapping Papers, S3 A S6 North High St.
N'
Dealers in Printing. Boot. Writing and Fine
Papers Sfi, S8 A 40 North High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
W I aliJUiitOGKAHtRl
81 Somh High street.
J.
.Tl. CLLIOTT,
PHOTOGRAPHER. 10T Bonth Hiah street.
Kctnres made in every style and siie.
Tk J. ARCHER.
A'a BtnyMjiaajbrotypeaT eras, ttkmk4'A
' . HUAOUULUaitUMHU
PHYSICIAN.
HI. DOWN!. III. !..
SZJm N p. S Opera House. Treats-Diseases of the.
r.ya,T4r. Heart, xtiruat anA Ltuutat AIM,iniAHM
f Wornen and Children.
PIANOS.
J. 1
Co.'s i
F. HARRIS) ax CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealer for Light A
and Haines A Bra. 'a Piauos. Also. Organs.
Meiadeoas as4 oUwr JnejioliMtTameiUs i H-rx
. .qd j Northr Hih rtroet.w'
J.
SJ. WOODS,
Acent for Chickerine's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also. Organs. Alelodeons and Sheet Music.
xi ooutn mgu street.
RESTAURANT.
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and High streets.
CHaRLK V Ml tR, Proprietor.
SEWING JtfAmESPlI
ETMA SKWINO IflACHINESJ,
. The beat in the world. Nos. 1 and S Oof
House. W. P1MMEL. General Agent
WATCHES NQ. JEWELRY.
-. i. -j r 'j ..i iii
J.V. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks,
Jewelrr.
Platedware,
Spectacles. Ac,, No.
U Est Town
street.
y (Successors to Wm. Blynn) d'ealen in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Speo-
- ' t - ' i -i ' 1 O -j
JC. Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelr,. No. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY
WHOLESALE.
3
AnCnOrr BHOS. ax CO..
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street.
DEED,
JONES As CO..
Aw
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 9 Gwynne Block, Town St.
1
i (tsaceeeeor to b. laal j ueaier in Hia. uaoa. -
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NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
PaTOTICE IS HEHEBV GIVEN TO
i all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on Dusineaa as an indepen
dent Banking company at-ta-ity ol Cleveland,
Ooio.uuder an act of the General Assembly of the
Mid State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tb State uanK ot unio ana otner jnaing vom
nftniMi." nanaed February 24th. 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business.
to tnat end has. in pursn.noe oi tne statutes oi tne
Rairi ntate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of it carcuiatiqg ooa,erad! sasliveied the
same to the. U'feasurtr of Staof. the said jtutsiof
Obio to b destroyed, and hate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Seeretary ana Audit r oi suiie ni saia state oi
ikhin lor the redeniDtion of iu? outstanding notes of
.irAnl.tinn at the oHiee of the Natioual Citv Bank
of Cleveland, at tbe said eity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
, linne bv order ot tbe Board of Directors of the
"CilvAiapkl
The Sisters of St. Mary'?,
irvp -B'uk. aaulKGM RECENT Elf
OF
vJ Somerset. Perrv county, will open their large
pertinent of tbepupil.
n Addrees box aoa.
ug3-dtf
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
i.s J Attorney at
J'iRSON'S BUILDIN0,
.ogaS-wodSml COB. T0WA.& BIO B ST
a S. PINNEY'S
ANC1NG ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON HALL.
- for juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from J to S
P. M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
BALL, 33d int.. at 8 o'clock P. M. octM
'JJi FOK HALE. '
i j PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
t. and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
rd 1UW MCHARU.NEVIN.3
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wucHU.Direetinnafbr ns,ieV and
medical:
.1 Hit I
1! JE!'
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i llSnU 'I
FE3I ALES. OWING -TO . THE
i11
peculiar ftiid fmportant ralatipns ' whTch
tjiey sustain, their peculiar organization
and the pflicea they perform, are anbject
fir fljany Bufferings. iFreodom from these
contribute in no small degree vti thejir
happineea and Welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill' ot'pnly so; bnt no
orie;f, thus yariotiB female complaints
can long be Bnlfered to'rnn.'.'pn without
involving the. general health of the in-
djivdual, and ere long producing perma. '
neat.aicknees and premature decline. Nor
ie it pleasant to consul a physician for the
reliif . these various -delicate affections-,
J..3 1 a1. 'I'.V j.J1a L'-' U:a '
will a true woman 80 far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this.' The sex.
will then thank us tor' placing in their
bands simple specified which will be
found effieadetwrn relieving and curing
almost every poei of, those troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex. ,
.,u:
I ' HELMBOMTS, 3l
EXTRACT : OF BLXliU.
.: . ' Ar.i i.I:;
in silence, -and
Hundreds Buffer on
hundred8'of others' apply vainly to.drug
gUts anid doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
I would hot wish to assert any thing that
would do injustice to the afflicted, hut I
am obliged to say thai although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of tiie powers of life, ty laborious em
ploy merit, unwholesome air ! and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied IShe'mucouS 'memb"ranef"lhe
vagina 3t8eTf.3 fTf ! T 1 3 Y tJ A W O
bejp reviewing tiieeauBPav of these
iatressing complaints, it ia most painful
to- contemplate the - attendant -evils eon
sequent ' upon"'1lhem';' Ti "is JjiitsTmnle
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional eauaes iwhich so
largely affept, tb lift), liealth svnd happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society,
and whichj consequently, affect more or
less directly, f the welfare of the entire
human family. ' The 7mania 'that exists
for precocious education - and ' marriage,
causes the year? that nature - designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and- perverted in the restraints of tdress,
the .early confinement of school, and es .
pecially In the unhealthy exeitement of
tbe ball-roonw 'Anus,' with the -body
half-clothed,, and the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid
ni Jhfreiil the hours designed by jiatare
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is half accomplished.
In conseqf(Je'lSif this"1 early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in school at, a "later
day, thus aggravating the evil , When
one excitement is over; another In pros-
1
pecte eeri the mina 'morbidly sensi
tive to imDression." while the now con
stant restraint 'f fcahionable 2resH ab4
Bolutely torbidding .the, exerciaa -indispensable
t0"tbe attainment and Vetntion
of organic health and strength , 'the ex
posure to night air ; tbe sudden change
of temperature" the complete prostra
tion projdupediy excessive' dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, and tbe un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of1 the -plain dictates and. remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. . This is but a truthful picture of
the experience oi tnousanas oi our young
women. .- . : - - t .
.Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
wjth the female breast and lips, evident.
I y under the control of mental emotions
arid associations At an early period of
lite ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
3these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long beftre puberty.
to habits-which sap
the very life of their TictimB" ere nature
has sell completed their development.
For i email Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Leucorrhoea, Too Profuse
Menstruation, .Exhaustion, Too. LohgH
Continued ireriod8, tor-frolapsus und
B-'arrog' Dotvn.-or Prolapsus Uterir "we
n(Tir ,lia rnnet'. Ixfrfuft anupifip lrnnwn .
advicfi accompany.. " ' ';; ' l
Females in every period 'of life, from
infancy to extreme old' age', will find it a
remedy to aid nature in tbe discharge of
its functions," ' Strength Is 'the' glory of
manhood and womanhood.' HeEmbold s
EXTEACTIit'CHUjs.inore Btrengthening
than'apy, of tLe' preparations oiBark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas-ant-jiBQtD'85EXHAi;TrBuoBu',
having rgeived the indprsement -of ha
most protniaent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to , afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for' the follow
ing diseases and symptoma, from what-.
ever cause originating t u-eneral jJebtH
ity,,lental and JPUyeical Dtpreseion,
Hyst
General " LtritAhility,'1Ee8tlessnes8 and
SleepleBsnB At night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite,' Dys
Det)8ia, Himaciation, iw ODirltsriJiBor-
eranization ox Paralysis of the Ortrans of
Genirtion.' Palpitation of j Ui Ueart(!
audjin aact.Jall .tit concomitants ' of a
Nervous and 'Debilitated state; of the
system--To-infcurath" geriuineseut tlift
out. Ask iyr,, Hblmbold'6. Take , no
SoldJbypriiggi8t8 ancl Dealers vpry
wbentvn ti;: im wot! -i
PincE.i-tI,.2&,per bottle", tor 6 bottles
for: ,$6.50 i'Pelivered to any address.
Descrtbe' eyniptoms ' Tn' all' communtca-tions-
lilinst H. T. HELM BOLD,
Drug and Chemical. Warehouse, 594
Broadway. N. Y;1 ! ' ' , "
None are genuine unless' done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with Jac-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and tigned
yM-dws-weowly H. T. HELMbOLD,
- i DRY GOODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
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GOjCHRIST, GRAY & C0.'S,
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Noov23, 2i, 2T tt 29 S. nighStrwi.
' Real LaoaHandkeroiets;
Initial Handkerohiofs; : ., - . i
- Hemmed Stitohed Handkerchief?;
' Barbel and Coffures;' '
f. J:"(T,iil
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'- Real Laoe Setts;;
i SpanishLaoei '
' Chaa eablo Snk;
ti ,i r
FlaiiLfJiiks Iq ail Q 4orst';::
' ; lAdiu'And isMr Scarfs;
r-i-. li
1 -'.: i.;
'"'"( Gloyos In'trert tariaiy'ind stylok;-, I" Js:'"';
,,') T'Yil' . si'-:'.: .
; . Large and attxastivs stock of Shawls; Y
Brooheand Paisley Bhawli; 2
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Hiegant ttODes,
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We kara hf 'atnek A fall lis of Underwear far
Ladies'. Gents' and, Misses., .l-J -, A
i oetT-diml - ; 5os.i3.SS, k 19 South High
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EXTRAORDINARY, INDUCEMENTS
f. TO BUY AT
N AUGHTO N'S!
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Parcnasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited Ito
I call and examine the .
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DRESS GOODS1 ,..,....CHEAP1
FANCY GOQPS.r5,..... CHEAP
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JAMES - NAUGHTON,
1 18 ot 122 South Hlrta Street
Sdeoia-dlr
aVlXTMBOSiOBlO:
" SEWING MACHINES.
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Tnl no previous, year has there
been such strong competition among
aU the 'leading- Sewing Machine
Manufacturers, of this country and
Europe as the present, : JLt .all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
tlieymet and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
and the result was unanimously in
favor of the . Florence Reversible
Feed ' LocTc-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine. It received the First and
Highest Frize as the best Family
Setting, -Machine, at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition UnU
verseUe, Paris f American Institute
Fair, ' yew Tork $ ITewQEngland
Agricultural Fairt at Providence,
It. I. ; the New Tork State Fair, at
Buffalo; ' the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz. that of the
Mechanics 'Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts ', and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at 'Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks?. Session
on the.X2th of November, the supe
riority of tiie FL Oil EN CE was
again confirmed by the- Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded 'it ' the GOLD
MEDAL, the highest Jrtze the
Institute 'cttnferiiiw
It woulrf eeni as tf this uucesslbif of tri
umphs should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of tii. FIaQBXITOB over. U otnaro aa
ajnily 8ewixtg M anl.lpe., . . :;- ( .-
A writtea warrmnty la given to the' pop.
chase,' that the- Machine WlLIi DO AXiZi
that Is daimod for it, and should it fall.
will be taken back.' and the MOUET BB
VtJATDED. ( '
... ,m1 -I r,i .- .: ii,:i t i- 1
. ,iyftetaa Offle amat gmfwareeas, JBs, SS Wmt
', H. KcCOirMSlX. amend Agent.
" ' Mi ii.'tn' fy ";'"n; t-i,1 ,;:?,!
' ', ','ir ,. XAsVTZUEisH-ui 1 . ,.j
" It the OhioState fair, whioh closed at Toledo,
Septe ber 26th. 18H, the FLORENCE received
tbe FIRST PREMIUMiot the best Family Sewing
Maohines over seven competitors. . - : -
Send for a circular, or call and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms.
91 ' Esa.et.8ta.le St-, Colaxnbsis, OUo,
r!' S. BROWN, Agent. " ''-
gf AH kinds of stitching done to order, and
' satisfaction guaranteed. octSa-damStawrAa
ummm
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MEDICAL.
HY ENDURE T
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' The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter, "I die daily.". Tbe objeot of this artiole is
not-to remind him of LI bis pangs. but toshow
him how tobanisb tbem a I forever Thai means
f immediate and permanent relief are proffered
kirn in : .
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HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BiTTERii
i ,'!. . tl-rv'.' ' ,'' -ui-
And It is for him to say whether ho will' ' continue
to endure a living death. or to pat himself ia -silion
to render lil ajoyable, tli!(,, , s.lj M -
UVMG ADVERTISEMENTS
' i.-'!J I'vn ,-"! i' j;-,- i r-.. f t-.i ;
Of theefBcaey of this matchless vegetable stotn
aohlo are to be found in every city and town In tbe
United States healthy men and women., rescued
from torture by its Af ; use. and eager to bear
testimonr to its vir- V tues It differs, from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticular it is not alooholic- a 0 .. , f
i For such oon-titutlons and systems as require for
their invigoration a diffusive Btimulaut. ...
U'a J. HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TOfJIC I
I -if:1j vr.i i-f -! ,-il-n .-.lp -f ',-;'.il
Bag been provided na Drabaratian ia which tbe sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, ourxed of all deleterious eonstitaeats.. The
Salient, in choosing between thuse two great anti
otee. should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state rrotn demuty, the Tonus should De
kis selaeiion; but in eases wbera tbe emergency is
not so pressi nr. the Bitters iatha apecifle reauired.
Thousands find infia- aA ite benefit: from, tak
ing each in turn, VaaT There is no phase of
uraigesiion. oinousnefs, nervous disease or pnjsi
eal prostration to whioh they are net adapted, and
in wtuoh, singly or combined, they will aot euest
Jf.-JilTil -:'( i! JMi'H.Cll !ji
Excliahgb Fain for Ease
And "Weakness for Strength.' Get rid of the" ail
ments which interfere with enjoyment; east gloom
ar.a aespouaeooy to tne winds; take a stronger Hold
ot AUe--ajia. in snort, oeaome a , , j . ,.,.u
Through the Instrumentality of tbe most powerful
and popular ot all vegetable inrigoranU and -correctives-
:jJO ft -.kI it -i.-
HOOI LAND'S GEfiMAN BITTERS.
SUV,'
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in the liver, tbe stomach, and the
Dowels, art eradicated by a course of this great -
CONSTITUTION
Which not only combats and sonauers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the system, but
; is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits suejeov them to the depressing foots .of
close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it rag-
nlarly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders whioh malaria engenders. Inva-
, lids who are. i.i.n . .. .-,'!;
fi,JU WASTING AWAYj-'ai't
1 Witnont ny eomrlnint, crxceirt Aradna
UVtIIUNIlUUVJ, lVU 1 1 J aatAA tT II lbU HI1U UOI1UUB VUCII.
will find in the BIT- r- TERS a fountain
vitality and vigor, as g - refreshing and exil
1 e ratine as a pool in the desert to the saad-eoorcbad
, ana lainung travelers. ., ,
' ! . HOOFLAND
! GERMAN BITTERS
Is oomposei of the pure iuioes (or. as thev are me
dicinally termed. Extracts)-, -of Roots. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
"and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of .any
'BlAiO. vr (. '. ; i :r .i i . i-. : ,T1 i i .s.il
i i - n V hOOFLAND' ;
l.fj in-v ,.,,:..;i. . ... . ... .
, GERM AN TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum.
Orange, etc., making one of tbe most pleasant and
agreeable remedies aver i offered to the ublio :
remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
T plaint. Jaundice, Dys- I pepiia, Chronio
ilservous Deki li tr,4 mm "Chronic Diseases
the Kidneys, and aU diseases arising tram a ,disor-
dered fdver or swmaou, .. ... .;.:.,., .i. 1
'' i such
' j as Consti- : -
- patiorv Inward r
Piles. Fullness of
.K ii' Blood to the Head,
I . Acidity of the Stomach. .-,,.,
" Vausea. Heartburn. Disgust '
! - for Food, Fullness or Weight in the - '"
Stomaob, Sour aructatins. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, .
Rwimmins- of the Head. Hurried and Uimenlt
, Breathinar.'. Fluttering at the Heart- Chokinf
Suffaoaling Sensatiooe when hr a Lying Posture.
Jjimness ot VistOB, Hols or W ebs belore tbe
: Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in tbe Head,,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness , '
; -of the Skin 'and Eyes. Pain in the
1 , ; i rj. Bide, Baek. Chest. Limbs, eta..
- I Sudden Flushes of Heat, . .
f l Burning in the Flesh,'
! auonsuint- unagin-
ingsof Evil, and
ureal .Depres
sion - of
'. ," Spirits,
' Theyare the Greatest and Best ' ' '
BLOOD purifiers
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resnltini
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pore. Keep
your Liver in Older. Keep your digestive
, organs in a sound. sA ' healthy condition,
the use of ihern remedies, and no disease wiU avtf
aseau you.
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by -the use of either of these rem-
edies. : They will on ra every case of MARASMUS
'. without fail v 1- i.:
: Thousands cf certificates have accumulated
the ban is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will
.observed, are men of note and of such standing that
1 'tney must do oeuevea
THE, WHOLE SUPREME COURT
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;,! OF PJEIISVIaTAIIA ...
"' ' SPEAKS POR THESE REMEDIES.
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.Who would ask tor more dignified or "stronger ti
v.,,-; ,. . .... timony t . ......
HON. Cw W. WOODWARD.
,.- -i :..' 'I I-. " n ,- i.. .Ji' Vi'l ''t-'
. Chief Justice of the Supreme Coart of Penasyl
. 'rania. wiits t- t , . ' l 4
.- PHiLADEirHiA, March IB, 1SCT.
' lfind'Hooilsnd'suerman Bitters" is a good ton
,o. useful in disease . Mlf 1 of the ' digestive or-
' cans, and of great ben-.- I" efit in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the sysrem.
! , Youo jntav.-u fetiEO. Wi WOOUWARD.
" HON. JAMES1 THOMPSON,,
Judge of the Supreme ' Court of Pennsylvania.1
-- .1 PHILADgLPHIA, April 88, 1869.'"
v 1 consider nHoofland'eUorman Bitters' avalua
ble medicine in eases of attacks ef Indigestion
D.ispepiia. I can certify this front mj( experience
of it. Yours, withrespect.' ' - '
, , I V - JAMES THOMPSON.
':. A.i ,- ' It Mliiii i:J
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
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" Prbthonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes : '
., .r . r , .,, Pbilapkuhta. Set. 14.18fl.,r
'Tloofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
tide as a tonio'and as an appetiser. It n not an in
toxi ating drink; and may be nsed beneficially
ersraaa
o'Ja.'tr'T'ioajj-i
Hoofland's German Remediee- are counterfeited,
i Bee that the signature r ot C. M. JACKSON
, is en tne wrapper of U eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are coeaterCeit. - ' .
' Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, No.C31 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia. Pa; - " - . . '.,', , V ; ,
Ms-1 EVANS.; Proprietor;
Formerly C. MJaCKSON CO,
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Hoofland's Gorman Bitters, per bottler-. ... a$1 M
Hoofiasd's jermau Bitters, half doen..-V.i.. h M
Hnnfl.nil'. RurniAn Tonic. DUt ud in at. bottles 1 AA
i.a per bottle, or a half dosen for $7 50.
Do not forget to examine well the artiole yon buy
n order to get the genuine. : n:
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FOB SALE': ALL DRUGGISTS
-' Abd Dealers in Medicines everywhere- -;
iy-dwAt weowly ' 1
Old Dugood's Dog.
a
-These
or
- Old Dngood came into the-bar room
the othf r day and took a seat among the
idlers there assembled; The dog ques
tion .was under discussion,- and after lis
tening to. A... few wonderful stories, Dn
good chipped in. as follows 5 -ir.
Or'piow,;boys, ypu may U tajK.: as you
please about the smart things ,dogs hev
done, -but J can jest tell you something
hat wiU lay, over? all your 8tones -.jvir
"L don. t epect y ou U -. pejieye a , man
when he's a teUia'; ye 'b., the , truth, but
this -is aa true aa the Gospel. .. jp . .;,.in
"Youb all know ihat. bie yaller dog ot
mine ( . W ellk that, dog- is the. smartest
dog in this drive.j. IIa's an ' intellectual
dog, he is.,;, Now, I know you .won't, be
lieve; me, but that .ar', dog's been larnin'
iO.siQg,! ,.;, .) r .j ol t
. ''Iiearning to sing t, Get out ! .inter?
rupted one.of tha listeners.. , -;r.,- lt,
.f'xes, sir, that's, bo, every word of.it;
and I'll jest tell you-how it was. T'oth
ef tfight we? hldBonse Mflrtng"fa't ar
uouse. j x ou Knrw- out Dai a been goin"
to the' siDgin school lately, and she and
the other gale, and-' tbe young fellera
wliaf gp","heV got so they can squawk
like -the very Diazes.' -1 And' so most, ev
ery night they meet'at sdrhehbdy's bouse
ahd-Dractice.- J u, ! 3"!""-"'
"Well,1 the1 other night ffief 4' wks k
whole crew on 'ehi our1 'house,' and
they had a big time-. Su"clt''ii" screech-
in and equalliu',' and'' a 'feellerih'- you
never beard - in ' ' all '""your T -'liyes.
Yon'd ' A ' thought 1 2 that : ' a I 'whole
rafig 'of torn cats had broke loose and
tackled bquire Jones big bull, and wor
jest haying it hot and heavy. Well', that
ar dog y as In the room while fhey wor
mugiu , auu aiv wao inn Aljuab lllvervBLBu
creature I ever saw.'1 - He: watched !'em
beatm' time' and goin' through their ma-
oovefsYand 'beared to understand 'em
aswell as they did. 5"At first they eune
lively tunes, you know ; and purty soon,
wnerr tney got tired Ot thes, "tbey com I
UJeuVOU UI 1A1UID7 KlIU UJUlUO BUU O LllCI
serious tbmgs.s Ihe dog, he ' peared to
like) these better 'than he did the lively
tunes, and sot' down as close up to' 'em as
he could while "tbey suntf. '1'11-' rf " "
i'At last the gals coaxed f ;Jim Blow-
hard to Bing ' OldJ Enalred." You
know what a rj old' tearing base voice
Jim has. Wlien he" commenced, the
doafhegan fb' get,3rea'dFaliy lntereBted.
He pinted his nose right up at the pelin,
and every-time Jim. came to the low
notes, he'd 8orterhowL"s' (i -.' ,,lri :; , ;,
. " .., j,. ,;..i. u !?
."No, blast you, the dog..- Blowhard he
lllkn, i;mV,F
sung away.fer a while, and just then be
turned, round, and kinder pit his hind
legs." .., , ... ,3 .e ,-.-.,-) ;r1, ,
,"Gosh almighty I Blowhard i .'-
"No", you all-fired fool you, the dog, of
coiu-se. luen sez X, to. tbe old woman.
Nancy Jane,' sez I, 'youJ jnst bet your
boots that dog's something in his head.'
And JNancy Jane Bea sue, , you git out
I shant do it.'. Jest then the dog picked
Bomethin' up, in his month and bolted out
pf the room quicker'n a streak. 'I didn't
pay much attention to it, and nobody
else noticed it.- -
When BlowTia 4 fnisheaall;the "gafs
crowded round him and commenced flat
term on him, when suddenly we all
heard a noise, It was the orfullest priz
ed up noise ever anybody heard. Every
body was scart nearly to death. Six of
the gals fainted away into Blowhard's
arms all at once.. They wor, hangin' on
to him from all Bides, like string beans
on a pole. Blowhard ' sot still for a
minit or two; . it was' more hue-gin' than
he could ' stand, and he '. wilted right off
his seat on to the floor and tried to crawl
under '.the sofa. ' ' Before . .lie . got more'n
his head and' shoulders under, the . gals
all came to and caught liim' by the feet
and tried to pull himMtJ li
Blowhard he buifgbnto the sofa legs and
bellowed murder, and the galls screeched,
and sum on "tarn run ' around the Toom
nineteen times in a 'minute' before they
could find anything else -to faint onto'.
1 I picked up a candle and rushed into
the back yard, with two, or . three'.oF the
spunkiest men, and kwhat do you think
that ar intellectual old dog was doin 1
He'd got a music book spread put befort
him,' and he was beatin' time with hit-'"
tail on a tin and a howlin ''Old'
Golden
Era.
An Unfortunate Mistake.
in
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Mark Twain Bavs that while BleeninB,;.
, , . a , r
recently at the bberman Mouse,' in Jhl
cago, he was placed in a room so high utJ-
tliat water boiled there at 16S deg apd.
.1Wa.I, U moil Jastilnlu F ni.nf ll,,
although it was destitute of many of tbii;
Iuxnriea of a- comfortable bedrobtn, ht
was not sorry he 'was sent"' there," as it
enabled him to overhear the , following
stpry told by "one friend ' to another, in
an ' adioining , 'apartment.'' ' "No, 6he
wouldn't ' marry me.' ' You were misin
formed.' It .was broken off'and'tn the
saddest way' I was not in the least' to
blame, upon thy word and honor, though
neither the girl, nor her father the deacon
ever 'believed me or ever forgave ine. ' 'If
was durjtig ' the big" election canvass
when Lincoln ran the first time. . TVo
thirds nf'tbe deacbnV honest ' souf ' was
in religion and the other third Jn poli
tics Lincoln manY'1 1 "hever wais1 a' ecof-'
fer'at religion In mV life,' bh'li half be
lieved T .was. 1 Well.'tKere waff tol be' a
politrcarpb-w-wow lntheVinJge!,cliiirch
where he lived, on" a" Tbli-sday night;
and he Vas to presldel '1 never thought
any'thing;ab8ift the matter,' but Willianif
baited ine one' afternoon. offered "me 'a'
seat in the" buggy, ' and away we ' gtart-l
j ,. ta -.L -Ttr .i.;.4.J. ,u ;tiJt
eu. it wto cuiicauy curso iuo uiua
nc but we Tifever thouffhtfof ltl Go
ing into town'Bome 'devilish'' Instinct put'
it into my head that it wobld help my
.oiii allm'i'i J if ' T l? mnri-llwrl iniri'"tl,M
church 'withrA raif' upon hi y" shoulder,'
seeing that tne aeacfiO-ana ine gin
would both be their ev.LSU' I " got a rail.
and we ' came!iinto fownr shoutine,1and
making a grand tb'-dd' gerierauyi As we
went by the church, windows I caught a
glimpw of ;her bonnet, nd plenty ythet-i
bonnets, ana a wasnappyABnotudeirea
myail and marclie.d jn. ;.The houseful
of men and women ,werv , U .qulot,, and
the ol4 deacon ..waa, 'Btanding pp,in the
altB.Bayvngc8Qmethyig,a Splendid 1,1
.wRibo9mjpg,T iip.ttlw.iaisle. with my,
rail winging myliat ;and-, hooping,
"Hop-rayf ,fpri;.QW,' A.b l , Hop-ray .Jot
tna iifujqi8,rau-8piinerif hr !f '7j 9lfj
But never a yelp cmtof that audience-vf
7quit ri gljt. W m J , F f16-8- i .TJo deacon
said, Sir, we arc engaged in addressitig
the Throne of Grace' This unseemly
exhibition is ill-fitted tc the aolcmnities
of a prayer-meeting.'"-,',j!'""
, " I never Telt bo sick in inj1 lifjjehtf.
I neVer-felt-''Se 'touch like taking it Walk
And don't you know, as-1 stood trrrtbere
before that wngregiif-I'dkar'glvwr
a-Trtiitntr-Tjf'rrollafa -ftir wiwgbw y gk9
that rail put for, neo Bnt. nq; had to
sneak.; fut , with trnyself. .jhrew t
down and 'went' up where 'there was
board fence and practiced climbing Back
wards ahd forwards tbf as'Maeb'afa War.
But rty goosflf was oookedyon-kwowi j lit
was alt up hetweflu ffle acdtbattanvilyi'
New Advertisements
CLARr ' &' FrSRHER
ChrlstrtiaS Exfimfjtjbfe,
Df'iJiisiJa oil! jjuJX'" r' Seisin tiurI
. '-. 0 .siaoiiA;, saijX to
MR3hti hio-ri a;15 io 7Miit anT
FINE AND jmYFURS
FOR LADIES. GE5TS'isb1'cBIlIt)aEKnI
ffC'UAvC.I elaH-J tAlOlilA 1 .V.rklli) .Y(lD
. ..fir j ol tiual la
Now open for Inspection at
c.I a! xUaaivif aisr nl zriv!.uirj
"rix'jlt nrY. ,i;;li.Ig
Not iveil, Jlotiaa Blocte.
.llBi!!lVg3 IB tl 93n3t)
rrci'.cd a ili T7.-irl a sta'X tO
I - . . - .vjj-j Ai 'i wsX il bwHat
FARMER
; i-i-n & I'll laitlon LrJ.n-.r..r tar! tkahO
: Axe showing the miMt sttive isswtm
: oi i-ijianiil s-ia ni.viiii -A,' - C nz.T
' .iifds aulrJ rfi.-ii s f f 5, iniioHnu ed
TVTTNK i'UJrm.a.
mi-wiro lie!'.; ii 9ili it ai-iiusif
! 3a ai 5 tioarui'i'' nij i;I itexio nut
i 9riv tW si ..JrjsJaJ 3l8
' ;u3i-jfl via !!i wi9vl'vl ?M!'firI iT.
Hare on .xhibition a splendid assortmaat of. White ,
i - '- " ' sndBUck ''
i asliA io :8i "ir.',ihi:A 'ac-ij hT ,'
!TlJiiMfltf c CriTiVf! WW
.iiir.iii ni UIjjj.'M In Janrt-'t-jta uouoo has
iilk'fl lo 9r;!.'i'l iil :;il b-mlai- tl tI
j .sii; 9if rdPia : .1 .t.siT-;f :iw iid Mr!
; -ni r;a,I la V rfrrBrTJ TTIffiaT
AT ACLARKat d fAfMi!Ral
! EisJOTcaw f'uw v!frrt it nsibnl r.K
ELEGANT- GREBESETTSs
Hi. 9tt) r". J-.hJt i-.A) enal rii ni saoltM
' .viaijiial- lo)
' la 107 3IlH all 'nil -It' 1
; --cl no s,-jiti54t:i -jtf . Utw j-f r!jl tbild'
AT CLARK & FARMER'S
; -,:i a r,) ui t :ai3-ovof riitw boi'.fis
' Those most delicate' M 19JJ
f."-r'f i U-,' -t-4 IX 9Hli 2i el YTI"A4I
.ERMINE" 'SijfttSr"
? i ,:. t,,. in TJjiia-tz.A suonovnu j
t , la , iu aci!:-ai1'A':o a'aoM J ,siiia
Admired by every person, of fefineaneal, njcr ; 0.
; In n'-'i-I'- Lm;z it'Wrs a i. iii ln.i-.oH.
: ti; d 3ii jiifjj mvi'iiiio a?'t-r.w Jt .iialC.
j ! .'.':-ii:u lu mjii -trove ( l,-9!li
jr ! Jtsttt f'fOiiif if-iico 'i '.m.i o A
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. . .So oomforUble fcr11trTluig,,v1,;4 y
?,. . .K.jl,-i ri.-.KiA'i i.'il rnoil bsiiwt oJ
CjUAJECK ITARBIER'aiT
; iti.'o !;-..:. u iJa-iwi 1 WOil JS 3d?
- Great Emporium for .yihsa
-., r, - .- ' v Y-,'l-"'-1 llff'ri'l STT
BEAR. HUDSON BAY WOtF, FOX. A CSTRAJL-rf ,
i IAN 100N. CAT. ALASKA BCFFALO .
! ' AND PRA IKIB "WOLF ' ROB0S.; rjI"4
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CoLuunns, Ohio, Deo,. 18th. 1888.: ,mif
NOTICE' IS" HEREBY t GIVEN THAT "A "
meeting of theSiockheldrraof this Oearraayifd
will be held at its office, in the city of Columbus. .
on Tuesday. January 6th, lees, between tbe bonrr 13
of 10 o'clock A. M. and ooloek P, li-, at whioh 1
thirteen Diretors for said Company will be elected,
and. such other business transacted u imawxheuXC
brought before the meet ire. Stockholders are re- .
minded that tbe law providee that Rafter the flrs-
elect-on oi uireotors, no person saaii. v.o-oa ec .,,
share on which any installment is due and unpaid.'
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STATEMENT
Of tbe Receipts asset Diebaneaileitis iim
' ttafe. Beverlj. ) fr.'lw Flac
.v- ' aECEifTS; v-r ni tioolaa jol
General Revenue Fund -.,.,.,...51.660,755 M A
Canal Fund -I1.634 64.
' Sinking Faed-.-. . ...v. J. ..a... .. l.tSA.A let
"Comuion School Fund., l,47,Ai) 7J.
Soldiers' Allotment Fund'.-.t..4v..'...T-1-'3.r9'4el'U
' Soldiers' Claim h'uvd,.,..i-rr(..t.s.t. ?icJt.S-3ad
-National Road Fund. .......... ,J T
Bank Redemption Fund-.u.. J OJ ,T3S a Jf!J
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General Revenue Fund,... $1,618 110 SS ,. . .
Canal Fnnd...:r..d.i .' I
Sinking Fsnd.f,.-....VM,;l.A7tJ fri3naa bUat
'Common echool Fund l,426,e8 80 ,
. Soldien' AllotueofrFoad'.jn '481 owl 6 ill fcilA
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S. S. WARNER.
Treasurer of State.
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