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COLUJUCmiO, WliDNESDAT'MORNING, DJEGEMBER 30, 1868;
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BuBixisa Notices, 50 entewi insertioli.
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XV Architect, Civil Engineer, to. , ' ,
Office over the Sational Exobanfe Bank
X - ATTORNEYS Al Lil
i-. Office. Sevfia swath- ih sbvet. Am bee Baild-
TABir.J G. BSJL1., -." : -' " ' 1 "
J i ATTOafiV-AT-tlW JTATOR.1- '
-u ' i Maovj Office. ;
AfTOhVNJS I-AT-LA W A Sotarr Pnblio..
t)mee in -Parson's Baikiinn. '
W1JUU& WOO UHlTf,
ATT0KSEV3-AT LAW. "
c Ooe J t-eoUi High street. Am bos BaQdinc.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
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Aaetianeer and Dealer In Ham Estate Hotue-
Uoid Ueeds.irioUusiai and ii'otioao, . t i
So. X West Broad street.
-vr BATH ROOMS.1
t . ' ml i i.e UH - '
tlSHBWB S a BS IB. "
IT Harbor and Hair Dn
But aad Cola
iiasemeat fuiloffica .Building.
O Book Bindsrs. Blank Book Manufacturers.
srinlsss anrt A'afaliabasa
, ., - Opera BniMing. '
BOOTS & SHOES.
W-TWIXLIABIS otto.,"" ' '
e 144Souto tligh street. J uA teaeired. an
elegant assortment, new stjaaa. tew Brieea.4ja-
U Is.tbe aeted hens for good Beet and Shoes
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Av'.Cealers iaVituborgb and Ohio CpaL,, Also.
unrxi.iiM lias Kevaai-tfoKBi HiaheBSOS:'-
1J;0 l llDU 4c)IHN,'i dpzn eao s :;oaKj
JlXm r UoasnuwM yra-ardntc Bad iroauee Ater--
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-V aft ' HlllA'lkVl.i Jkr r.i '
llanataetorers and Dealers in French, Ger
an and aiarinatt 4xweU. Ateot iluop fkirM.
. .Ul wpraHuaBB.
1T17M. k.iVrHi, ici
. W hat est la Aid? 'Rata LI "3)eal In XIMha.
WJiri'i aliaiTit . I - i i i 1 ii
ti, s. rtjiir t ...
lm Dorter and Wholesale and BebaiL Dealer
isr Craokery.-Oninai, 4laas. OBtler;, flatei Uooda.
1 Wet aauHps.at it -a ... .-.... ; .
S69 8oth Hh street. -
.u ! DENTISTRY
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1AA(.?I.AS 4to n.rilNWt!.aC, -,'-.1
Ii . - aA ast Broad street, ,
1 ria fha Ana. '
ni kWv BVllN. DENTIST . The best styles
VJ of- Dentistry, . snoiudiag Uass'i AaaproTaoJ
Mineral fiaia. . V taee, 10 aua 11 AJpeia Blue. -
Vr Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Oil
?. av.nt..MS.w ac co
Shaatea. Bats. Caoa and. Furs.
igu aua rnena sueeu.
J.- y,.U-lrM.N t -;''V':,1J. -, -a
H Beath High street.
Carpeta MaUines,OU Cl,ins,Curhiaa, eua. leane
Fancy Dry Goodaa, & t-; " t -i
a .r,-.ac a. VmYk"- i :!,: al
XX. W holeaala) and Retail Dealest in Staple and
FancyDuAioods. and. aianiilactnrera fnLadias'
; , j . vas-W41iga sweet,.
it? S?i: Arum A Or., eaah deal err in Dry Good, and
-snOSIMTH M l' 1JU Y bOOOS l WUt,,
xaeaiauiSB-eauto-ttBs-ee-' .--. -
JaincanAtiualiHnti f i
' Wholesale- aL Retail Dtaler ia"1 Dryr()oods.
Nangbton Building, Noa. 118 and 13a twuth itiah
IZ a tvn ck. aeapiitaxa.. . . r,. ,
XV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Ueata' reunssning uuooe. . neu xtouae.
lILtMUlSl', bUll 4k CO. -
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" J. 88 dewth tiigh street.'
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A Foreign and Domestic Dry' Goods," ClotnsI
Aasaieto., Jiaii6aaouUrligiatet.: . ' ! '
veette-re-t n a 'a V,
Pfaabla'aAkraA Sa.3r SoBth High 84 PreM
acnpuonacareiniiy oyma'Oti.aifiiatau noura.
TErwT OBtU STOKfT; -
U r: f jotiA HfcutUaTa;'V!!"r.rto'!i
i4 North High, street.
If AHPLK sYKl'tM!!,
41 WilOLAiiALh I A AVKiaIL. DRUGGISTS'
loo South High ai Uoiuuibaa. 0
X . Wholesale and KeteaVDf uggifta, aad llasiaw
IBrropnetaxyiieaicines .. ,
t- " 14 North Higk street?
. OMLinerafcnararara and! Pa Wiahers, 'Nota
rial and other seals engraved to order. "'
Noa. 107 and lo South High street.
aUnailoturaraaod VkAoleeaia aad EataU Deal
rs in i urnuure, uiiairs, aiauriuuo., . i
-' N.. aai South High St. wpars'Hpnse).
i aaaaas aJaaiaara-sjaass o.
, idT Cap
' .ni.lA,nrM. ... Sr., l.a. llAEIlltjiSa.- Whela
Balaand Retail W arcroouise, laiji Gwnie
-i.i H- AaaHS)tlONafe Ar lia . ; -i
XJe ' Daaiebia Manilas. Stores ai HowM Ktrf-
Bialtug taooo- ao, aiavvopper and Sheet Iron
Wan, ' -" aaat leans .treeu
A tAENS 4k ITilABTf ' "
XV Honse F ore ishtng Goods, Mantles. Grater,
tjepper. aul aw muu, owrniun nantles
at STSHt TAYLOR A HUFF.
f. Dealers in Hardware, House Furmshlhr GorWra
Marble and Slat Mantles. Grates, staves. Hot Air
i Bfaaeea, -Mj,
noop skirts. J
M2J Maonfaetarerand Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
and r aueTOolif108loith Hirhstrt.
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Li Mr a a i r.ijijf
O. Dealer in Musical Merchandise, Boots. Sta-.
tionery and Fancy Goods aeoerally. Special Aseot
for the eelebraaxl Elias Howe Ooli Hedai dewing
Machine. - i tio. 810. cloatb HiaaatreettMC Biek.
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jfKS. HI. m. t.rp,'- JJ.
'.VI (Snccesscrto E. tanfJDealer in Hals, Caps,
fBnauritraUoodj z8JSonth Hica street. . . J
r- - Is- - " i ' v SUn Oelden Hat)
skTATaUNAl HOTl l,,
. ' - . - Opposite Depot.
leoot. ' '
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Corner High and Town nrreets.
-tiuuuri i, rropneron
li.TTL.KK HOCE,: 5 " .. .
Corner fourth A Friend sts. Commodioor
heaa and exteosiTe stables. '
L. A. BO WEBS, Proprieter...
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE
nranoe Company. Assets $16,t 00.000. ,
WM. JAMISON, Agent, Oolnmbos.O.
1 GENr-BAi.AGKNIS Security Life Xnjuranee
Company, Mo. 6 Opera House. ,
TTOHIE INSURANCE COKIPANi
Col umbua. O. aoital and AaseU. M06 A14.I7.
C Ji. BAhlEK, Seo'y. .
Office. Nos . g ft T Opera Honse -
W . KiiUITlOnS, ...
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
. 181 fS. Hihatreet, Opera House Block,
31- Deilerin Millinery. Straw Goods and JVun-
mings. No- 47 North nigh street.
f H.'WILKIC, 1
tj a Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd f ancy Uooda. 130 routn rlmn street.
SCHAFHArselt 4k nOHLLEBEN, . ,;
Merchant' Tailors and Dealers is (ientaJFar-
No- 68 North High streetv
f .W.NISWASIBKKI.J .I'll.i!
jm Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Far
nishing Goods. Also axent for the Diamond rlhirts.
181 tionth High street.
THE Oka lO IfiajK CHANT TAlLOftrtGI
"-A'CLOl H1NO UO., 186 8. High st. "Gema'
snits made to order.
Beady-made Clothing al-
ways on band.
JOHN "J. KICKENBACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
f . r
y, w - io.DI Jiortnjiign street.-,
MIINTEK.". : ii - i
OHN M Tilt TEH. i Vr-H
MERCHANT TAILOR. HO South Hi ah st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
A NDKEttl 4fc aafjuf..
ia. News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 Somh High street, nex' door to Poatolfice
JIs.EaCjit.LinANl,T '"f -Y
A1- -News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind-'
er. Publications in both German and English.
331 jSoulh High street.
AN DKF.W.H) CKHKY a. CO , . , . . .
, Mannfaoturers and Dealers in Writing, FrinW
ing and Wrappina Papers, 83A 96 North High st.
Nc.VlNSf 4k ratTEHSi.
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing; and Fine
rapem-38 A 48 Hons High street."-
r-liL, Wl"t- MTEVENS.
61 ftoaih High street.
PHOTWGKAPHER.107 South Hish street.
Pictures made in every style and site.
B 'Jj. KCJ Ejt, v Vi A i 1 A i i )
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc..
No. 13 South Highstreet.
AVaf iNo. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
HyavBaa, Heart, Throat aad Lungs. Also, Diseaeef-
of Women and Children.
F. UlKBIs A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers
for Lisrhte A
Co. s and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs,
Metoaeona and otaar musical lastrameqtssi a
. j. i jvi . a 36 North HigiJitreet,'
Agent for Chickering's and.Emmenon's Pi.
i Also, Organs, ttetodeooead Sheet 41 usio.
ill South High street.
.3TT3S RESTAURANTi A 3 3 J 3
DANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
x Corner state and rJign streets.
CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
ETJA SEWING MACHI!VE,-
c. 'TUB best la the world
Nos. 1 andl Opera
PXMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
I- lIJA.t tc CO., , - n
Wi.' Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks., Jewelry
Plated warM Spectaeles, Ae. No. U Aa.t Iktwa
ClATfcS A HAK KING'S ON,
I (Successors to Ws. Blynn) dealers in Dia-
SoodaJrYaasa.ia, Jewalrw, bilrer War. and Speo
oles. No. 1 Neil Houte.
FA. A A. LEO.Ur;KEUX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers In Watches.
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street.
BANCMOF' ssK094k CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
. - im li " '. 11 i I ' , J 1' ' . t
3. ana 4 uwynne .Block, un street.
REED. XONES tc eo '- -6
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwy one Block. Town St.
NOTICE-IS' HBAtEBX GIVEN TO)
i. an wnom it may concern, mat tne city sang
ef Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking Company at the city ol Cleveland.
Ouio.uoder an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
be-estate Ban of unio and other Banking com-
panics,- passed jreoraaor aatn. mas, being desirous
et relinquishing ana etesuig its rjanaing ouainess.
to ttat end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
Said ntate of Ohio in auch case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per eenU of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
bio to be destroyed, and nave provided means ang,
iven security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer.
SeoretajK and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio tor the redamotion.of its oatstandinr notes of
circulation at the oiSce.of. the" National City .Bank
of t levelan J, at the said, oity of Cleveland, v he re
k.nk ia livatail;
Cut Bank of Cleveland. July ;h, 1968,
y order or the uoara ot uirectors 01 toe
r libauau rr xvA.. rreaiaent.
jyll-dltaw6n f , n ; T t : . r V
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PBOVOSALS WTLI BE1 RR.
eeived bv tha -nndeT8ianed-.:at the offloB' ef tha,
Board of Publio Works in the city of Coiumbus,
until THURSDAY, lst JaDusr 1889, at 18 It..
forbmldinr the Superstructure of a 3-truss Bridge
across tha Hi Walnur ri ..L. nn ,linn. r.f ti.m
jrtionaf Road, in Franklin Ocunty, of two spans, each
jtauivm .wui.'i ive. .,'. ana 7a leet wide.
Iroin out to ont; to ce ooveredrbv the best of eak
shingles, and; weatberboarded with good first aom
Bidders to fdrnfsh AeFr own plana, (ta soeoifiea.
tinna in detail. All of said work to he a 1 .
.tialaation of the Board of Publie Work. -j ,.-
resident engineer of the National road. . .
i nengmu) rvjeot auj or.au oiaj, plans or sc;
nbations is reserved. JOHN A- BLAIRV
i m. Saaident Engineer National Road.
'dee34-d:d r - - . .
j -The.Sisters of St. JHarj'j,, r,
AFtBT IrKlNGL RECENTLY OF
J Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the Ont Monday in September, 18beV For Board and
Tuition. 75. sou. so ana vu, according to the de
partment of the pupil. . ., bR. ROsE. Sup't.
Address Box 161. ,aus3-dtf
A" CPAIB wr.w Mwiy 3 vultb, fitk
V and six years'' old. very handsome, kind and
is 0 PAltt W'JOJS GODWIN?
t sound . W ill be seW, -i. ' ' ' 1 j ' S
i"iug-dtf WCaUW) NEVInI.
HOLIDAY v GOODS.
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street
, .'Ileal Lace Handkerchiefs;
Initial Handkerchiefs; -
Hammed Stitobad Handkerchiefi; 1
Barb es and Coffaraa; c
Real Laoo Setts;
Spanish Lace; .- .
Chan cable Silks; ,:: Y
lain Snks in all C iors;' y'
f' Ladie'and - isses' Scarfs;
. Glores in great Tariety and styles;
Bar s' and Alexandre's Kids;
Large and attraotlve stock of Shawls;
" Broohe and Paisley Shawls; :
Elegant Bobes.,'"' '.
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
,-f:,v . . AT " : :,
V4.GO PER PAIR!
; i f - v . ; ' " " e
!Wo hare In stock a fall lina of Cnderwear for
Ladies', Gents' and Misse.
' GILCHRIST, GRAY A CO.; 1
0ot7-dAm . Nos. 13. 5, 17 i -9 South Highs .
FAI.I. ; AND WINTER
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J A UGH T O fJ ' S!
Puranaserf of Dry Goods are eordially inrited .to
oaii ana examine tne
t . I i'.(-u "v . .
If -B W -1- SVT O C K .
FANCY GOODS. --
..: CHEAP t -."
118 Sc 188 Sontli Hisxta Street,
deel9-dlr - C&LUMBlti, OHIO.
" (Recently Merchant's HoteU
Noa 830 stnd 838 South Hljyb Street,
; , ' COLUMBUS. 0BJ0.
TP HE UNDERSIGNED, FOR A NU1U-
A ' her of voars nroDrietor of the National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure i'i annou'.cini to the
ublia that be has leased the above named Bouse
nr a term of rears, h.d it thorouzhly renovated.
supplied thronghout with entire new furniture, and
ia now readv for. the receotion of auests. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters bimsalf
that his long experience in the hotel busineu and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
isfaction to all wno may t vor him witn their pat'
N,nu. H. REYNOLDS.
N. B. A Faloon and Restaurant is attached
tile Hons '; also, extensive P tabling, attended by
competent and attenave nosuers. tl. It.
ST. JATdlES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
BKSRY P. ELIAS, - . - - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE. CENTRALLY L0-
X cated and eonvenient t-i business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stoppini
nlace for nersons visiting the citr. No pains wil
be spared U. make the stiy ol guests pleasant in
every eartiet.i rayiz-deai
MIOBABL HALBT. OHARLIS 0. BILLOWS.
aCi T. I BVTLSE. , .
I1AUI, BKLLOVYs Sc BUTLER,
New. 816 AtlSSomth Hisra St.," - -
x COLTJlTlBtJS, OHIO.
ilhttf tut Jtmufaetory U at Me Ibvt 0
- - cma srcn, m jas uanni.y
I Their bnsineaa transactions, both W hnleaata and
Retail, new extend throuahoutthe States of Ohio.
Pennsylvania and Indiana., They manuiacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
' RilUHtN rUKNI I Unt
all olasses and every design of superior work
knsnip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs
very description. Wholesale and Retail,
febft-decdlv - h ...
WM. MONYPBNY, ,,
Forwarding and Commission
yf' merchant; j '
.., DIALER IB
CRAIN -OF ALL KINDS,
? - OUR, WHISKY) Ac.
I XT' T ' St Prices Paid at all times for
Cern,W Barley, a c.eto. .
! F F I ,0 "E : ' . '
(Tear West End ml Nat'l R ad Brtds;e2
, ,-.;.. .. C0LVMBV6, CUlV.
fel13-deedly - -
W. B. BROOIS. " ALII. BOOSTOK.-WM. H. BL
J. Jfc W.'B. BBOOKHi
, Cor. Rich A High Sta., Colarabn ,
-..u.-..Ji -. OBALBBS IS-- ' ?
HEW, 9BXEArT8 . 80GABB AND M IA ,'V"
j Island Sugars, Coffee, Teaa Spices, T ii aoa '
V "dei-l'iv .JSji n"-
WHY E ft D U R E
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptio may almost say with St.
Peter, "1 die daily." The object of this article is
aot to remind him of AJ . his pangs J)ut to show
him howtobanish them a forever The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in . i.-'i i.-i , . -.- i.. - :.',.-ti
. . : a - .
HOOrLAND S -
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And it Is for bim to sav whether he will continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
sition to render life enjoyable. .
i.; ; : ; . -i --.nA , vi !;.
Of the efficacy of this matchless veritable atom.
achio are to be found in every oity and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its . f -use, and eager to bear
testimony to Its vir- tues..lt diners from
any other Bitters in existence in this special par-
.-. , .... .il.nl, nl in .
For such Constitutions aiiofiysfemf a! require for
,u : l . . : j.jr : . . : i ,
HOOPLAND'S ; ,
... i . - - . -
Haa been provided a nreoaration In which the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotivee of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution. by a spirituous
sgent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
patient, in choosing between these two great anti
dotes, should be guide i by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
his selee ion; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the speoiflo required.
Thousands find infin- area ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. "aaf There ia no phase of
indigestion. DUiousness, nervous disease or pnysi
oaf prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
in which, singly or combined, they will not effect j
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
ui uio-suu, iu auurii, ueoome a
Through the instrumentalitv of the moat nowerfnl
and popular of all vegetable invigorants fnd ooi-
BIHonsness, Indigestion. General Debility, and
n . T r
all the complaints whioh proceed fiom a want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
ooweis. are eradicated by a course ol this great -
',7-' 5 ' ..' .'!-' n I
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the- system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences. - Persons whoso- occupations- and pur
suits suojeot them to the depressing elects of a
close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria sra renders. ' Inva
lids wno are . . - . .
- WASTING AWAY,
Witnont anr special complaint, except affrvdaft1
rlaBAltnaAtinn tf Vtrulii gfyanolk anl naawABs anas
will find in the BIT- C? TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as I : refreshing and exil
eratinraa a pool in the desert to the tand-scoroued
ana laiaung travelers.
Ih compose J pure iulces roiPashi
dicinally termed, SXtracts), of Roots. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
aey are me-
Kiaa.' -, ) . t-
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Is a combination of all the ineredients of the Bit
ters, with the parest ohality of Santa Orus Rum.
O ranee, etc., making one of .the most pleasant and
aarreeable remedies ever offered to the nnblia ,.
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice. Oys- peprfa. Chronic
Nervous Debi li ty. Baa ' Chronic' Diseases
the Kidneys, and all diseases arts .ng .from a dieor-
aerea Ativer or stomacn,
t " j.- as ConsH-t i ! : Si
nation, inward r
Piles, Fullness or
j . ' -i. ; Blood - to the Head,' '
. , Aoidity of the Stomach.
v" ", " Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust
" for Pood, Fullness or Weightin the
. ", ' Stomach, Sonr bructetions. Sinking '
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the' Heart, Choking or
Bunocaiing sensations when in a ijying restore,
uimness oi vision, t 'ots or weoe bet ore tne
Sight, Keyer and Dull Pain, in the Head,
Deficienoy of Perspiration, Yellowness
, of the Skin and Eyes,: Pain in the -..
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.
. Budden flushes ot Meat,:.
Burning in the Flesh,
' " hConstant ' Imagin
. ..- ings of Evil, and - ; ,
' -. . '., Sinn of.- ;
Spirits, , ,
They are the Greatest and Best '
Ever known, and will ears all diseases resulting
trout bad Blood, bleep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in order. J Keep your digestive
organs in s sound. . healthy condition,
the use of these remedies, and no disease will eve
ejaail you. . ..
Weak and : Delicate- Children
Are made strong by the nse of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
withoutfail. - . .
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated
the baa Is of the proprietors, hut space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must be believed.
THE 5 WHOLE SUPREME COURT
: SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or "stronger Us-
...i umonyr . .
HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writes : ...
- f HIL ADSnLrnTA, JHBrcn JO, I86T.
! I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
gans, and of great ben- 111 ' efit in cases of debil
ic, n-eful in diseases - aag of the digestive or
ity and want ot nervous notion in the system.
. tours truly, lt.UI.U. w, WUUUWAKU,
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
: Judge of tha Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
. Philadelphia, A pril 98, 1866.
I oonsider "HooflandVUerman Bitters" a valua
ble medioine in Otses of attacks of Indigestion
Dspeodia. I can cctily this from my experience
of it, Yours, with respect, . . .
HON. J AS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rotnonoUry of the Supreme Court of Pepnsylva
nia, writes: - .
Philadelphia. So 1. 14.1867.
"Hoofland's Germ a i Bitters" ia a very useful ar
ticle am a moid im u iu nfpaum. . ji , not, au in-
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially
persons of all age.. . Re pectfully yours,
i.: i, JAMES ROSS SNOWDEN.
' Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See th.t the sirnature ot C. M. JACKSON
is on- tne wrapper of mJ each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Mannfactnrr at the German
Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, fa. . -r, . -
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
"Formerly OVM. JACK.80W A OO.
7 X"XLIC3jr:r3. ,
flnnfland's German Bitters, per bottle...
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half doien...
HooSand's German Tonic, put up in Qt. bottles 1
- per aottie, or a nan oosen tor au.
. Do not forget to examine well tha article job buy
a order to get tne genuine, j. - -j, . ;
SA'tk ' Ait t'D'RtrCt&ISTS
; And Dealers in .Medicines i
, lyajt-awas-woowiy.-j i:,,,yde ,
His Christmas Present to the President
Elect—He Opposes the Repeal
of the Tenureof-Office Bill, and
[From Anti-Slavery Standard of the 24th instant.]
r-r,. . i , . atant-J
! l' i'We'"are wlotly opposed t'o the repeal
ot tha civil office tenure act.;-For what
; reasons General Butler proposes it we
j cannot 'guess. But there are the strong
est reasons for keeping it on the statute
; book.. it !.. j f-t i. '.. -"
j The experience tf the war has taught
jtis some military lessons, and many civil
ones. . Especially it has shown us that
a President can never be . impeached.
Pa trormgei which we thought meant cus
torn liodses 'and post pfEces, is found to
rule the, Senate, , Spite, bred of .gossip,
which was laughed at as a tea-table
foible; is seen to poison even prairie and
buckeye Senators. Nepotism is ' not
monopolized at Kome. J7The ''Pine-tree
'-StAt'radricies'- ait1 article .in that line
fully equal to the .Italian.';,; While the
hot purpose of the war was yet un chill
ed, we tried in. Tain- to impeach the Very
tool of JerEereon ' Davis ThiB lesson
Kas been' dearlj-'bpught.!! . Let us see we
profit by it.' -,;. . , . '
: i . What corruption effected for Johnson
in enabling him safely to' defy the Con
stitution, loviilg trust in Lincoln's "hon
esty effected in his case.,: Hence the
war has shown us that, in critical emergencies-;
we have no Constitution.' The
long list of precedents in. this' line, be
ginning with Jefferson's pnrchase ' of
.Louisiana and closing with Kansas, gets
its climax in our war experience of Pres
idents. We will not say now that there
' are grave reasons' for the' abolition of the
ofiice." .But we may say now that all
the curbs' which, grave, public disgust
with Johnson; has enabled ua to put on
the .Presidency should be retain as vain
able checks, which once removed may
never be possible' again. ;
, ...It is not often that , we have a Con
gress largely opposed to the Executive.
It ia rarer-still to have an Executive of
such unabashed ' and shameless corrup
tion as to call forth a national rebuke
emphatic enough to embolden Congress
to. go to tne very extreme verge ot its
power, for checking him. These two
rare circumstances have, combined, the
last four years, to give us an immense
gain in the direction of crippling Exec
utive patronage. " The Statute Book, as
it stands ho wy will enable an honest
Congress to make future Beverdy John
sons and Jritt x essendens jmpossible.
..The" sentirfiental mush of magnanim
ity, has largely demoralized the national
conscience, i There is an instinctive
sense of justice, in 'the' commonest na
ture which repudiates,' as, immoral, the
policy thatleaves.Forrest and Davis, at
liberty on this continent. ...The man who
Las schooled, .himself into approving it
has demoralized, himself..- (rreeley and
BeecheE have done good things in years
past. '.- l. r::-afo-.;-.i o.
. 1 But all" they : have d6ne'"Lhas ; never
lifted the nation so much a8,beir childish
. and immortal prattle about magnanimity
has'',8unk.'it Jn moral sensibility anil
power., V, This ,war. has , educated , the
inasses injustice. How much the escape
of Johnson has corrupted political life
time, will show. , Cpngress is nearer to
popular impression and control. - .There
fore, all the Legislative has conquered
from the Executive during tbis epoch is
to be jealously kept no need to fear
that we shall curb the President - too
much. : A power which could secure the
confirmation 'of Rousseau and Beverdy
Johnson has certainly strength enough!
1 o know from what a regiment of rogues
this Jaw has saved ns, ask the police list
and the whiskey ring. ..
; . The tendency' of all free States is to
depress the- executive and-enlarge the
authority of the 'legislative element.
Jrrogress in" that direction seems almost
sVnonymouswitb growth in liberty. The
civil office tenure act' is a large stride
Let it be carefully kept, and let us pass
further on in "that line, it it takes the
whole summer" of our national exist
Tricks of a Humbug.
The people of Toledo, Ohio, ' don't
like to be reminded ot one Dr. N-
who had rooms there three or four years
since, where he performed some miracu
lous cures, and who was daily visited by
large numbers of people, the morning
trains on the roads coming - in crowded
.i , -1 f -l ... m.
witn invalids ot every aescription. x lie
ladies who visited the doctor and Bhook
hands with him, will remember the
electric shock which they received on
taking bis hand in theirs. Many
thought this an evidence of miracu
lous power, and his name and fam
spread rapidly over the country, while
the afflicted ruslted to him in the confi
dent hope. of speedy relief. ,In some in
stances he gave temporary relief to the
patients, and occasionally a permanent
cure was the result of his manipulations
In all cases the doctor was certain to re
lieve bis patients of a good fee, unless
they would certify that they were not
worth a stated Bum of money. He car
ried away over $50,000 as the proceeds
of his . practice - in that city. A friend
of the doctor's a few days since
divulged the means used by the doo-
tor for humbugging ' the people.
He stated that the doctor placed
batteries on his back, sides and feet six
in number and kept his person charged
with electricity to its utmost capacity.
This he would impart to his patients,
they supposing it to be animal magnet
ism. In rheumatic complaints and af
fections of that description, the magnetic
. shock would attord temporary relief, and
thus lead patients to attribute wonderful
curative powers to the doctor, which en
abled him to extend his business and
reap: rich harvests from a thoroughly
gulled public. ... . .
Politics and the Bible.
In the late election for West -Aber
deenshire, one of the candidates waB Mr.
McCombie, a (famous breeder of cattle.
Uia opponents chose, two verses from
the Apocrypha, and placarded them in
I "How can he get wisdom that boldeth
the plow, and that glorieth in the goad
that dnveth oxen, and is occupied in
their labors, and whose talk is of
bullocks! He giveth his mind to make
farrows : and is diligent to give the kine
. fod ler.
' 4,He shall not be sought for in public
counsel, nor sit high in the congregation;
lie shall not sit on the judge's seat, nor
understand ; the sentence of judgment;
l canhof declare justice arid iurlgment,
are ' spoken. Jicclesiastica, xxxvm,
25-33." . '.-.-if.
Mr. McCombie'a friends answered this
triumphantly by two -verses, from.! the
Canonical Books, and headed them, f 'Not
from the Apocrypha :" ; ' .-, : T
' Seesti thou a man diligent in his
business? ho shall stand before kings;
he shall not stand before mean men.
Prov. xxii. 29. . r . - . i
Blessed shall be the fruit of thy cattle.
The Lord shall cause thine enemies that
rise up against thee to be smitten before
thy tace; they, shall come, out against
thee one way, and shall flee before thee
seven ways. Deut. xxviii. 7." . ,-, .-
A Very Good Little Boy.
Little Walter Draper, Bays the Sacra
mento (Cal.) Union, is a very good lit
tle boy according to all ' the rules laid
down for Very good little boys. Last
Sunday he asked his mother to let him
go 13 own to the Gould '&,' Curry reser
voir! which his mothier Tefused on the
ground of its being the Sabbath Good
little boys sometimes 'cry a little, and
Walter began aolubbenng. "
" Why, Walter"' cried his mother,
'I I amKaatni8hct i'n xnejdea o jonj
wksuiogiOi go. . xlowi'to rti "rservo jrop
the Liord a holy babbath to go swimmipg
mitli Inf nF YiA Kr,i7Q 1 " . ' ' .. ..
" w .w. ,,v. t. . , . -;,;; y;;i!-n
.,, V Boohoo I ," blubbers Walter j (V.I did.
not want to go swimming with em, ma :
I only wanted to go down and see the
bad little boys get drowned: for going a
swimmin' Sunday-r-booJioo." ni0,.
" X. new automaton toy tas just been'
invented, in. Paris, called , tha Zouave
drummer, which promises to cause some
sensation. . The Zouave is most splen
didly and correctly dressed, with sword,
knapsack, belt, with real brass drum,
ebony drumsticks. Sec. ' He stands upon
a very handsome table, and at the word
of command, goes through the following
wonderful performance:-'The Zouave
moves his' head' right and left,' hp and
down, in the most naiura manner, also
his anna, smokes. .A pipe, sending, the
smoke out of his mouth a long way,!
whistles, &c. But ther marvelous parf-oi
his performance consists of the Zouave's
beautiful ' drum playing.J A ' small
and perfect brass drum is hooked upon
th belt of the - Zouave, the drumsticks
placed in his- hands, and, when desired,
he plays iu Buch a superior and' natural
manner that no drummer in Her Majes
ty's service can in any way surpass him;
he plays first with his right hand, then
with his left, then with both hands; the
movement of the Zouave's hands, arms
and wrists, while playing, being as naU
ural as living drummer. He. can ac
company' any piece' of music, &.C.' ' It is
further stated that the toy is not set in
motion by electricity or maclnuer'y.
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r- tlarsirneres. Overcoating and V eatings, both
f oreign and Domestic, tor rail and Winter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION ,
Will always find both our materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare
no pains in producing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found anywheie. , . . ,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
ia the latest and moat fashionable btvles. will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all. tha varieties
ot tne season, at very low prices.
, ... ..r. - - - , -':iiO
Tn full lines, alwars kept on hand.
HENRI' MklSfc, Superintendent.
- JOHM R10H Treasurer. - . -
vv . Q. Bt-KKS, Foreman.
No. 220 South High St.,
r HAVE JUST KECEI V JE D TH!
L largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
(loods ever brought to Uusoity.eonsniting of
Frenohf, 1 j t . ... ,
Domestic 01otht3. '
fot Gentlemen's wear, which Twill sell at the low
ist Cash prioee. i...
Also keep oonsUntly on hand a "Well scleotat
READY MADE CLOTHING.
. . : . .. . . JOH HUiTER,'
' juM-dly 230 South Hiah straar.-
TOLM, MILES & M'UONALDS
NO. 19 & l SOUTH HIGH STREET
PKdPKiETom coLnmBis fow.
.. . R MAGAZINE, and agents for tha sale
Hasard Powder Company's Powder. Agents
,k- ..Ia nf '
Olebrated ' Sagar Cured nam,
;.:. -.i'l and dealers in . Ult r-FOBEfiQN,-
DOMJ-S TIC AND STAPLE
: 1 v,, .: i,J.."i-,UU.OCEKlK!i ,., ,
In all their varietiei. Imported Wines, Krandiet
Jjjigars, ere. -- iuM eodly
Fe'm ALE S," 6 WIN G ' TO THE,
peculiar ;and important relations, which
they sustain, their peculiar organization,
aud the offices: they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from theao,
eou tribute in no small . degree, to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. : ;Not only so, but no
.one of these various female complaint
can long be 'suffered to Tun on without
involving the general health of the in-
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician fthL .
relief pf t.hese various delicate affection,
aud only upon the most urgent necjsaitjrj
w.UlivtiTiOtWMDT ao fVaacrificear
greatest charm a tod thiflj!.TheJiI
wiU LkexiatlMnk'-astrfdsT plaeiog is) 4hflif
bands simple" -"rpaiJsrVhfch'Oaritt W
fVtifad emeacioTiS' i! relieving And eariig
almost every one' of those' freublesomaO
L comglarnts' pecnlta to the sex. .kaji hi
t;i;i!j i-.r, r.n ,'!-X
nil i v., fin 111 H
in auencer ana
hundreds of others apply vainly .to drug -.
gists and doctors. whOieithr.rrierelr ifmi
tataure them;Wlth tha.bopejof cure-er
apply remedies which' make then; worae.1
I would not wish to assert anythiag that
would dd Injustice to tha. afflicted, bt I
am obfig to say that "although' it may
be produced' from "'excesaTrV'exhAnatiai
oT tne 'powers' of life, ' -8y laborious ' era
ploymenir unwbolesome' "air and food, .
profuse menstruatipn, the, nse of tea. and"
coffee,1 aud retjuent childbirth, iir ia Jar
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap-T
plied to the rmucoos membrana? of the
vagina itselfcniiiomj rjtr- il rti!iw!')
When reviewing the causes of these
distressing complal hts, it is'most painful
td contemplate' the attehdaht;T'evilB con
sequent npon them ' It' is' tut Simple''
justice to the subjec to enumerate1' feW .
of the many additional. wuseswjjjQjif o j
largely ,a!ct the lifo, tealth ami bappi
nesa.of woman in all claasesvot. society, j
' and which, consequently, affect more or 3
less fireet!y,r' the ' welfare -of the, entire
, hnmanfamiTy, The mania that exists
is. ' ' B".""'.! "'-'i "J J2?l,1''.i?.-.'
ior precocious eaucation ana marriage,
causes "the years" uat nature , 'designed y
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of drees,
th early confinement of school, and etir,,
pecially ia Jth unhealthy excitemeM Mlt
the baU-roornvi ThuS, ,w&h: thd Ibody
jhalPlothed; and the "mind iiduiyrex-lr
'cited' ly!,ipTe'asufe, ?perverting mrmJ3- .
WghS'revel the hours designed bVnatVro
ior sleep ana rest,, tne .worn, oi destruc
tion is half accomplished.
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system 'unnecessary, effort" is,j
required by, the. delicate' votary ".to re'"
tain her situation in Bchool "at' a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is dref,' another in pros
pective keeps the mind ' morbidly sensi-'
tiveto impreseioni While the' ndw. con-f
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab-t
solutely forbidding .the exercise lodip-; -pensable
to the attainment and retention
of, organic healtb and. strength j .the ex-i)
posure to night air ; the sudden -change M
lofjtemperature ; . the. complete, prostra
lion produced -by excessive dancing
must, of necessity, produce thei.r legiti-I4
mate effect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain' dictates aud remon-1
Btrances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical- treat-
ment. , This is but a truthful picture of
the experience of thousands of our young I j
women.-ffj . -.' .n . 'i .- -' tt
i Liong before the ability to exercise the' I
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar i
nervons system, composed of what iavjj
called the . tissue, which is, in coinmonot. .
with the female breast and lips, evident,
ly underthe control" of mental emotions!
and associations at an early, period or
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see, ..
these emotions, when excessive, lead,' 11
long before puberty; to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self-completed their development.'
Tot Female Weakness and Debilityj
Whites : or: Leucorrhcea, Too Prnfuss
Menstruation, - Exhaustion,. Too Lon grit
Continued Periods,- for Prolapsus anoca
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri. We. 2
offer the most perfect specific known ua
Helmbold'8 Compound Extract .of
Buchu. .Directions for use,, .dit,3 An
advice, accompany. . ; . . , j,,
j . Females in every period of life, frorra(0
infancy to extreme old age. will find.it av 5
remedy to aid, nature in the discharge of
its functions. " Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood.' HeLMbold's
Extract Bcchu is , more strengthening ,
than any' of "the preparations of Bark''' r
or Iron, infinitely safer, and' more pleaa-" 4
ant." HelmboldV; Extract BocrrB :
having received the indorsement Of these?
most prominent physicians in the United: 1
States, is now -offered to afflicted1 hui'l
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what '
evercauseoriginating r! . General Debil-af
ity Mental and Physical Depression.io
Imbecility,: Determination of Blood tod
the Head, Confused I Ideas;; Hysteria, jf
General -. Jrritabiity .Restlessness , and
1 Sleeplessness at night. Absence of Mus-,
cular Efficiency, Losa oi. Appetite, Dja-n
pepsia. Emaciation, Xxw -Spirits, Di&or
gauization or Paralysis. o the Qrgana of a
Generation. Palpitation of the Heart.
' and, in, fact,' all the' cdncpmitahts of a
Nervous'auo "Pebjlitatebt tate of the11
By stein.' .To insure the'genuih'elcut this"'
out. "Ask for HeLmbolb's.' Take'ni"
Other. ''.' ;' -OA
Sold by" Druggists and Dealers ereryi
whete;!7 9U A .U.i'iA" tro?j! t! lila
TRicE.iyJPlS5 per" bottM, or 6 bottles?3
for : $6.59:'' Delivered tof ''any 'address.-3
Describe' symptoms 1n' alT commnnicai0
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,u
Drug aad ' Chemical ' Warehouse, 59
Brbadway,N,Yv''A w-iVl Je vuitd ,;u9JI
' Kone are genuine unless done vp id oi
, steel-engraved, wrapper;.) witbiati nulaa
l of my (emuWareru)if iligrieiag
' ySa-dwli-weowly .gla-it.-.Ht tWMyUllItllB