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EUSI1JESS DIEECT0EY
arghitegt: j
T. BBOOKES) .
Arebiteot, Civil Kneineer , o.
.Uffieo over thoKolionai txohango Bonk
ATTORNEYS.
BHASEK tc NASH, '
ATTOKrVS At LAW ' ,;"
- Offioo, Mo. o booio igh tmet, AmbooBBOd-
1 ATTOESK VrAT-LAV? A MAYOR,
Mojoy.eUffioo.
TJMtWABD T. DeURl,
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-jLTSOSLMi YAt-LA. W Notary Publie.
- -. umoe tn rvson'e iiuildins;.
TT1LIU1 ex MtHJt r,
. ATTOESEiS-Al-LAW. ,
Office 69 foutli Higa street, Auibos Building.
AUCTION; AND COMMISSION,
T C. BEAL,
We.
Auctioneer and Dealer in Bait Estate Honse-
aold tooila. Clothina- and Notions.
,- - , .. .No. 7 W-oet Broad
- BATH-ROOMS. ' ?
GEOKUB OlAktSt. ' : 1 ;
- Barber and Hair 'Drasser. - Hot and. Colu
Baths. Basement rosto&ioe B Hiding. .
BOOK BINDERS.
O Book Binders. Blank ' Book Manufacturers,
r sMatarsand fablisbors. -
6pj
era BuiHine
.BOOTS &, SH0KS. :
TIT ' Ti WlUiUins &. CO..
I ? e - 144 Bouth High street. JnH reeeiTed, aa
leeaot aasocuoank
Aaw stylos low pnces, La-
4ie. please calV..'r.. .
vawMaasai.yU. '
XJ Is toe noaeoc houso for good Boots aad Shoes
a low oticea. ,ew buickjuatreoaived,
276 South high street.. rf
jj . .! ' H MHt 'i!!U .' .'
AVTDelers hi Mttsburgh'aol TThtd Coal Ajso.
Coke, Drain Tile and btone ewer Jr'ipe. ' - - ,."'
.. ,-. 4ii. Jlortli rnah streetl
COMMISSION MERO H AN TS.3
H, V 0JeWw;,.i. dyt.-)l
a Commigiiion. l'or warding and-ProduAe at
Mer-
enanta, dealers in Varaia Flour, aaC' SiJ W., Broad
gtreet. y!3-....-
M t . a f . . .3 ' Je
J-e "Manntacturera and Dealers ia French, Ger;
.... Km Em . . . a . . . . . .
suanana American voraeca. aiso, auop sains.
j eai.-:.-' ,-. -Lo Jt-opera Moase-
CROCKERY.t&c:8'
-IK
(!' .. '-is a'5p'r;e(i
H. Wholesale. and
Retail Deals ia lhina
Queerawat. k4ais. i'lated. Goods, Laiuue and Lamp
C.--aararjaL,a' -05',; ','
Importer and Wholesale asd Retail Dealer
. 6 iioath.Hiah"stretT, ;
DENTISTRY.
AAtNfcat ac EJUiraMUfrjaa!. ,-i ''
7-.'J r r ; ;MasWoillot.'.
,o W. uiinji, DEN Tf dT. The best styfes
Ar or Mentjstry, , including Dunn s lmproj
At literal faaW (Maoe.-lOMid tempera Bloe.- -
ijRXuoos;,..,,:;
n--KH:MIt'4krlo4
T J Dulan ia Dry UoodJ
Goods. Notions, Carpets: Or
VltHQJ, Alal.llllK
orner Hignaud
Cloths Atattinga. anades. ol4.j..va ami two,
I menu streeu. ...
ay. ataaw As.r.ai f- .:-
m t:- ..)-)) wiutniliin.
carpet Mattings. P1 vlotnsurtaiiu. pta,i aqa
j - - 1 1 .,4.-:.. .-' . 11 .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
liDe
fc-.. I V.. l....iu . 1.11 . ...Mi ran nf I ,,.iuj
CloaKa. - ; ' 1' uai. Big a sireet.
-i 1iik S'm arm- use a liOOus sroHa,
J? - F. iCram a. Co., eash dealers in Dry Good and
otiuBS,iat 1
ath oiuu SrU9, 1
1 AJltS NAUbH a . ., , ,.-w...v
1 Wluiluala and Uw.il I ...- (n DtV IToods.
Aaughtoa Building. Ao-ilo and 12 bouth High
itreeu - ... i, '.
JV' Dealers in auple and Fancy Dry Goods and
a 4Ar4jaie.'a-, lHA K tto., ,T
I . Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. '
-"- &..o.Wouthfiig)uot-
a!
a ir Hi ! t i hi .
j. aauavAaFaaaa ovaw-i,-, i-j-ne. ;t
Foreign and Domestic liry Goods, Cloths,
r urs. etc. uvriia oou in nign iirw,
I Tlf -I j . HI pi. I J I IIS
t DRUG,GISTS'IC
lUSKTHJUAA ft.... r. .
cl ' People's Drug Store, 180 South High St. , Pxsr
acnpiioua caret auty puuiwuauBvi akw uuni..
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TMUxyrirHfid stomk. ' -
AJ - jBM..ietVBJttTS,-f J
LJiiMistaart aa-toay,..- : - , -i '
r . v, ..... B., ,:- ..i ;, N(rthBightreat
MABrUI 4D ITI,''' ;'- '-. '
UOLirSALfci A RklfalL DRUGGISTI.
VtiMAIIN. MatLCfA v to. a
L Whelesaie and Beail Druggists, asUUoalen
7, 84 North High street;
nJS'GRAViiRS i,
. ,a!aa..M Af. niOiSaaa.
Jtt Designers. bngraers and JuUisiiers. , Sola-
i ri.i and other seals engrarea bo omer.
tiuTun and lo south High street.
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AaftS.aaarMAtAiAasajKT fJOKa ' -
- atan-ttaaaasearaad W beiesal aa Retail DealH
. . in Smaamrev t; uars, s atnassea. u. - -5
AewaoAsiua Oistu Bt. vper- Hnuao.
AtJlO FUttNITUiAfe. co.,1-,'il-,t';j''"2
J MairaraetnTeTsot urn class Furnttare. WDdltf
1 euid detail Warqraouia, , and 0JH
- -oeki J - .- - -
HOUSE FDRNISHINGa'
MX maattaaaN-dc aja . .
Dealer, ia HaaSieS. vjtovee aai Hen Fur
nish ing Uooaav - Aiao, A in. Copper and sheet Iron
Ware. ' '-; Hast Town treet.
a HKHSSCSIUAaii -
J. Bouse Furnishing Goods, Mantles. Grates.
tJOPPer. lui ana ouw. hum, owyw aua jaantles
, -,. ...Vaus South High stteet?
TO. TttLOBABVfi. .
f iia.inin Hardware), House Furnish inr Goon.
Marble aad felate Mantles, Urates, Sttves. Hot
u artiaasft. o. - . corta nigu nreet.
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HOOP SKIRTS.
EBECDi '
Monafoctaror ond Wnoleralo Dealer in Hoop
Skirts end Oorseti. Also, dealer in Berlin Zephor
nd r'oooT Goodm 103 Mouth Hignstrr it.
o Uealerin MaicI Merchndiet Bool i.Sht
tiooorT end Fooej Good; tenerallT Pe"l Ajeot
for the celebrated Eliaa Howe Gold Medal Sowing
Machine. No. S10 Sooth HUB treat, eor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
furs and Straw Uoodi South Bicn ftroet.
(Sun Golden Hat.)
HOTELS.
AXIOM AL. HOTtL,
!r.PH!tDAV!U)S0N. Proprietor.
j imimM rE8 j t f
ZfcTTLCK HOUSE,
Corner fourth ft Friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables. ' ;
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
CONNECTICUT OOTOAf. UfB ;ji
-jurawie Company. Asset. lfc.'-l.00.-
WM. JAtiljQN. Aseot. Ciolnmbua. O.
XT EWKIBK
& IIILTEKBEBGEK,
GEM I
Company,
GEN ERAL AGENIS Security Life I nan ranee
Opera House.
TXOMJ3
lNSCttANCK COJIPA F
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Columbus. O. apital and Assets. f486l4..
W.
C 1. BAK-EK, Seo'j-
Office, Nos . 6 1 0pera Home
MILLINERY GOODS.
C. W . MiniMONS,
e Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
101 :J.-irisD street, Opera House Block.
IIKs. A
OOWNIXU,
ii : i i : t2.nAm mnA Trim
ji Dealer in Millinery!
aivr iu juiiiiiioij. w. -
No- 67 Worth High street. .
mings.
JII. W1LK1C,
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
minzs nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hiah street.
;iDiRCIlMljTAnl0llSi
Jtl
SCHAFHAllSEJi tc WOHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
no. oo norm oiga sireefc.
ft W.N1SWANDEK,
f. MAmhnnt Tjkilnr and llealar In Gents Fur
nishing Goods.,.- AisuAgent tor toe Diamond Shirts.
THE OHIO ITIEHCH.4NT TtlLUKINU
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Beady-made Clothing al-
wajs on hand.
JOHN U. BICRESBACHKK, '
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
axph4 a - -r---rr
OHN HUNTEBi
MKRCHANT TAILOR. 120 South Hish st.
Choice clock of Clothing constantly on hand. -
NEWS DEALERS.
ANDKEW8 dc UDLIn -News
Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, ne' door toPostolfice.
' News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er, rublioauons in botn German ana bng.isn.
13 (toutn aiRQ street.
PAPER. WAREHOUSES.
n .r, t w i .rag B '. Ij
AMBKKWk CEBB&CO,'
Matiafacterers and Dealorain Writm Tftnt-
ig and Wrapping fapers, 03 A 05 Korth Hign St.
Nc.VlNS Ac. i'IVEUS,
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, M A 40 North Bigh street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
DALUUIW eV S'I'KVENS,
X PHOTOGRAfHtRS.
If; 81 etqph High street.
J.
31. ELLIOTT,
PH0TOGRAPHKR. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and site.
D.
J.ABCHEK,
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc..
No. 23 South High street.
PHYSICIAN.
srrm-rir r ? TT"11 X r T iX iVT
ijie No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Bye, Ear, Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and tlhildren.
PIANOS.
if F. MA UK IS ArCO.,
J . Wholesale and Retail dealers for Ligbte A
I Ui.in.ii A- Urn'. Pi.r.'ia Alan .Iro-.ns
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
as nortti mgD ureet.
u.
SJ. WOO OS,
Azent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Alelodeons and aoeet Alugic.
-foy --y i jsoutf MigBareew-
orfr RESTAURANT.."o"
BAtf!H'lNOIi Afrit A&T,
Corner Stateaud Higbytreets.
uhaklg, x Mrtu, rroprieior.
SEWING MACHINES.
A ETNA SSWIlle MACHINES,
t. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 2 Opera
House. W. PXMMEL, General Agent.
.WATCHES AND JEWELKY- .
- 1 ' . t ikaJL A. A - e-fcA
at. ft l i, ts 4 ll oc uty.
A V. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelrr
Piatedware, Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 Lat Town
street.
pATtSA HAKHIAUIOH,
fOF (Suceessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Spec
tacles. No. 1 Neil House.
SJ71 A. ftL LE'dCJKHEUX,
r Wholesale Aid He tail dealepa iav Welches.
flocks and Jeelrv. . 31iouth High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
ANCHUFT BKOS. A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
DEED,
TONUS Ac CO.
Ik.
Manufacturers and W bolesale Dealers in Boot!
i ui Nn o I- " u t .... I. rnvn
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NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
OTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN TO
all whom it ma, eooeern. that the CitT Bank
A 111,
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carryinarmrwuainess as an indepen
dent Banning company at tne city oi uieveiand,
0hio,under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
the State Bann ot Uhio and other Banning uoiu
aanies." passed February 24th. 184S. being desirous
t relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has. in puraumce of the statutes of the
saioV state of urtrUrtm such case niatfefpmd and re
ijnermftil nattrn'lhan nrnrrj per cent.f the nraxrmum
amount of its oirculatinz notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of tbe said State of
voio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
aiWU IKUlIIJ Ml Ml, MIW1W1IUU VI .uv ii.aguici.
secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
Circulation at tbe ollioe of the National City Bank
Of Cleve.and, at the said city of Cleveland, where
Miri l.iiv Hank ia located.
i Done by order ot tne isoara ot vireotorg oi ini
Citvof vely.,.
Done by order of ibe Board of Directors of the
iyll-dltawem .
Notice to Bridge Builders.
.
Air
EALED PROPOSALS WILL, RE Re
ceived b. t.hA nn.rn,n,il at tha offiea of the
Board of PubUe Works in the city of Columbus.
until THURSDAY, Silst January. 1S69. at 13
lor ouiiuinx tne superstructure ot a 3-truss Bridge
aproes the Big WalnK. cieek. on the line of tie Na
tional Koad. in Franklin county, ot two spans, each
span to be about 1 2 leev long, and 3uK feet wide.
rrom out to out; to be covei.d. bv the oest of oak
soiogies, ana weataerooaraea ith good first com
taon boards.
LjBidders to furnish their own plan,, wjti, ,paoifica.
""? i LSi uX-Jf done to tne
satislactien the Boan of Pdbhc WVka arid the
j The right to reject any or all bids, plans o,
fipations is reserved . JOHN A. BLAliV
uesiaent -ngineer national Kuao.
decS4-d:dr
The Sisters of St. Marj'in,
ttF THE BPKIKItaS. nKCERTLl OF
J Somerset, Perry eounty, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
j . , i. .... .. ,.. , . , i
the first Jlionuay ia-oepuouiucir,'xauK, rur nuai u .no.
Tniffotf. tT6, ). 86 auoi aso. acoprding
to the de.
partmentoi meppii.
Address Box 161. -
tK liOaE. Sup't.
ausa-dtf
FOR Li.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODVIN" COLTS, FIVE
f i aa m ' Alii Vnrv hanrianniaa Irinii mnA
aeund. w ill be sold low
A aV. kUU B1A Ja v.
ears old, very Handsome, Kind and
avgcasartLA,
.ft-jiiawiaau xiiiiifli.
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HOtIDAYCOODS.1
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GOODS
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Nos.; 23 . 25 J8T & 2d S.HJshStreet;:
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5 eftlJLaoe Haadkeaoniefsi ...,f t--jioO
InitUl Hnrlk.mhief. ' : - '."'
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'Semmed'S ti tc t ed if anditerohiefii; ,
. Barbae and Coffures;
BealiaooSettss';'. i
;3a tr l"u
f fit . i
- ei. " 1 r" S (aflH riJ
'plain. Biiks inall O ioraf.a f
' Ladies' and Isses'. Scarfs:
Gloves in great variety and styles; a
Hat and Alexandre's Kids;
Large and attraotive stock of Shawls;
Broobe and Paisley Shawls;
tlegant Robes. .-'
00 PAIRS B LANKETS
AT
:s JV11R s r
We baTe' in stock a' full lino of Underwear for
Ladies', Uents' and Mis.es.
ull.l'UUIT BRIT A fTO
octT-dSm Nos. 13. VS. 37 A 19 South High s .
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IS
: N E W
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXrRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT.
NAUCHTON'S!
Puronasers'of Dry Goods are cordially invited .to
call ana examine meitvi
' f l. t" v
- - - ( , - -
DRESS GOODS'-,-... CHEAP I
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
SHAWLS....:..... CHEAP!
DOMESTICS CHEAP
EVERYTHING ...... ........... ..CHEAP
' : 5 . . ' . '
JAMES NAUGHTON,
.118 A 188 South High Street, '
decl9-dly COLUMBUS. OBIO. .
HOTELS.
FRANKLIN HOUSE,
(Recently Merchant's Hotel.) H
Nos 830 and 838 Montis High Street,.,
COLVMBVS.'OBIO. .
TiHE FIWDEHSIbfvfcn. FOIl A NTTIrl.
heof vears Dronriator of tie National Hotel
if this city, takea pleasure i-i aonoor.cin.' to the
kablio that he has leased the above named House
'or a term of Tears. hd it thoroughly renovated.
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
ia. .n Temdv for the reception of suests. both
transient and regular boarders. He flitters himself
that bis long experience in the botel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal- at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
8 faction to all who way f vor him with their pat
sonage. H. REYNOLDS..
' U . Ii. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached
tbe Hose: also, extensive Mtsbling. attended by
rimy ana mcmiro uuauprs. n. .
JUl4ir!ll. - - - r .
ST. JAMES HOTEL;
' fourth Street near .Mwiii,"""
- ! CINCINNATI, OHIO.7
BHySlEYP. EHAS, -U. - - - ' I'roprictof
T-HI9 POPULAR HOUSE. CENTRALLY LO-
a.eatedand convenient tj business, and to all
orrihts of traveL is ibe most desiriable stopping
place for persons visi ins tbe eitv. No pains wiil
be spared U make the stay ot guests pleasant in
ever oartiom myisaatsl
FURNITURE,
3.t" A
HlOHASS. UU,- ' - . OHARLgB O. BELLOWS.
O. P. L. Bl'TLEB.
Haltl. BKK,L,0VM At ItU'FJL.EIt,
FURNITURE WAREOOMS'
is. SiAekltlSltoBittft Hiarn St. ,
.fcTtir-I.l.'icotlJMBCJB5, H,U:
llheir tuteiMn' MmufaeUrrY it at th Foot
. , mum t, on toe vatKUJ - . . .
Theff business tra'isaciiona. both W holasale and
Retail, new extend throushout the States of Ohio.
Penanylvania and Ipdiaea, They manulacture
PARLOR,-. BEDROOM, OININGR00M.? JJALU- AND
1 Lntil rUHN UKt
i all classes and ever? deaian .of snoerior work
ansbio and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chain
T ery description. Wholesale and Retail.
febS-decdlv " 1
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
DRTiGfOODS.
g.:la :;.luThi-.. J Ij
NAUGHTON
lOrW&rUlDST , AIIQ t0IlinilSM0Bu.xi
. . . M .
i , , V MERCHANT,
,! rl DBALga IH
OR A I N OF ALL KINDS,
! v .-, .OCR, WHISKX, A-c. -,;
3t i Prices ' 1I fimoa
Cora, W , in Jeariey, e o., etc, . ( , v i ;
I 0 E t il- .-.
Sear a Brlelsrej
j, m COLUMBIA-enio f
.feblS-deoAlv - ' '
WHOLESALE. GROCERS.
a. IIWU. ALIZ. HOUSTON. WM. B. 8L
J. .V'W- JB. BROOKS,
i Cor. Rich trigta 8te, Colambu
Wholesale Grocers,
i Dl ALIBI IN rl-
HEW 0RLEAK8 8TJGAR8 .ASS M LA
' Island Sugars. Coffee, Teas Spices, T aco
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'TKe'enhflrmea dysnoTitto may almbrt say with St.
uv. hi j;. j.;l..t tk. AVIMi nf frhi. .,U1. i,H
not to r mill A aras.0fl.jLB: hispanajs,buttosbow
him-hnw tAhanishthem M ..forever.. The BQeanit
of iro mediate and lermaivent relief, are proffered
.:!- 5srf.rtV-fS.a.5J lit"
GERMAN STBITTERS I
iUa.
to endure a tiviflRdeath.or put hinwelf In '
ailion to render life ..iMatl 1
UVftJfliDVERTISElttXNfS.
UJxItiilUlilU
Of theeffi.jny of this) matekftss vegetable stom
achic aretq be found in ever; oity and town in the
United States bealthv men anoT women.' Tesooed
from torture ibv its .AT", .nse.and eazer to ktae
testimony to Jts vir ' tues. It differs Xrom,
any other Bitters in existenoe, in this, special, par
ticular it is not aloohoiie. " ' -
Fors.ueh-ensiHitaiiont an sstarasartibjliie for
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AMWWA AJCA.AA sJ r . ,
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been nroriderl a ureoaration Id whioli tlie sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held ia eolutioa by a spiritanns
scent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
I patient, in choosing between these two creat anti-
. uuveao nuuutu us guiuv i vfj ins UwllVUUUltlUU, 11 iu
I a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
bis selec ion; bat in cases wbere tne emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specins req aired.
Thou sands find infia- it benefit from' tak
iDg each in tarn.' mw There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness nervous disease or Dhvsi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in which, singly or combined, they will not effeotj
cure?.. 4.ot.K3 v-? v..r-? i.j-.i-
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. -Get rid of tbe ail-i
ments wu'ich interfere with enjoyment: cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, beoome a .
.. lVjEJWr MA.1V .
Throrgb the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and ooi-'
rectives
i'S GERMAN BITTERS;
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Bilionsness. Indigestion. General Debilitv. and
all the complaints which proceed ftom a want
proper action in tne liver, the stomach- and tbe
bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only eomhata and eonaners ditmuMtiioit
have entrenched themsetTee in thm HvntAm. ktit.'
is iue oegfc Known saieauara against ail. unnealtby
infliences. Persons" whose occupations and pur
suits suojeot them to the depressing' fleets of
close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against t be-low fevers and
tjlids who are
nrhr mtnrdAM fathifth miAl a)ai AnrranHara Imrn.
WASTING AWAY,
Wirnout anvtrbecrat eoureraint. exeeot arrailnal
rlMli.,tiA.r,f K1..KI. !..... anrl .
will find in the BIT- pa TERS a fonntain
vitality and vigor, as T ' refresning and exil
eratins as a pool in the desert to the sand-sooroued
and tainting travelers.
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
s eomoosel of thtf Dure luioes rof. as thev are me-
aicinaiiy lerasea. ,xtrikcta, ot tt. otj, tlerbs and
Barks, making a DreDaration hiffhlv cnnftnntratd
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
una.' - . .. -
HOOFLAND'S
CERMAN.. TONIC
Is a combination of all tbe imrredienta nf the Rit.
ters . with the purest auaiitv of Santa Crux Rum.
Orange, etc, reading one ot the most pleasant .and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the Dublin....
inese remeaies will enectuauy cure ijiver uom-
Slaint, JaunotoB); Uys IT-pep.ia, t;oronic
ervous D-e b i I i t y ,r aVa tihronic Diseases
the Kidneys, and all diseases aru.ng from a disor
dared Liver or stora.ach.r'! . . , !. i'
nnn .
as tlonsti- .. '
nation, f nwanf "
files. Fullness of
..vtTi Blood to the Head, i i. -
l . Acidity of the Stomach.
Jj ' Nautea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach. Sour bruotativDS, Sinking
or Flutrerine at the bit of the Stomach.
44rimmiDa of the Head. Hurried and Uiffieult
ttrt.hir.ij - VI 11 Uri nff At. t.ViA Uiu,rt fThnlrini,
iSutfodStiag Sensations wben in a Lying Posture,
Uimness oi lsion, i'ois or'weos oeiore tne
-' Sight, Fever and Doll Pain in the Head,
.. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness .
, , of the 6kin and Eyes,. Pain in the ...
Side.-Bac's, Chest, Limbs, etc. " '
Sudden Flushes of Heat, O
Burning . in- the F'lesby
" tCon9tant Imagin- " "
. .ingsof Evil, and T .'i
. , Great Depres-
' sioa of "
' " Spirits. '
. . - They are the Greatest and Best ' : '
iliOOD. IIJxixJFIEKS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resnTtins
irom bad Blood. Keep iour Blood pure. KeeD
your Liver in oider.T- fa ' Keep your disestive
organs in- a -so and, A healthy oonditinn,
the use of these remedies, and no disease will eitr
assail you. . . . -
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the ae ef either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without la. 1 . . , t -. i :
Thousands rf certificates have accumulated
the ban is of the proprietors, but space will allow
oCtbf pubJieatioo-ol but few. Thoae,- itfill
Observed, are men ot note aod ot gush standing that
mey must uo oeiievea.
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THE WHOLE : SUPREME COURT
OF PE3i3SVI.VA!IA
SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES.
Who would Ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
timony i
HONC.'W. WOODWARD,
Chief J ostice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vaniai writ is : -
i i ..- rHILADKIiPHTA. Marcn IB. 180T,
1 find Hoofland's German Bitters" is a e-ood ton.
is, u-eful in diseases tat of the digestive
gans, and ot great ben- w ent in cases of debit
ity and wantoi nervous ac'irn in tne sys'ein.
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luiin uv7i ui.w. iivwirAnL,.
...i i ..is.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
PaiLADKLPHI A. April 38.1866.
' I annsider "Hoonand'KGerman Bitters" a valua
ble medioine in c ses of attacks of Indigestion
Dispeiuia. I oau certify this irom my experience
ot it. xours, witn respect.
. . . . ( , JAAUI5 XUUMPBUa.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
lrothonntary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
f BILAlnELPHIA, He t. It, 1867.
"Hoofland's Germao Bitters-' is a verv useful
EiniuK.nu.uioBUUKHKiiai7Laii.i9r. ill. niii. an
persona oi auaKs jtmi imkuuiij j-uum,
JAMEo KOnS SOWDEN.
OTTTIOINT.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeiter!
See th,t tbe signature r of O. M. JACKSON
is on toe wrapper of at each bottle. All
rr. m counterfeit. ' t .
Principal Umce and Manulactory at tbe German
r i - -. ' ii, .o, i 1 1 ' r r jri) r i.-v i , i
meaiciiie nLui c. .iu. oox .uuu fnabai. ruua-
delphia, fa.
CHARLES M. ET1NS, Proprietor
Formerly "(T."m. JACKSON 4 CO. r
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle... ....tl
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosen 6
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1
. per bottle, or a halt dozen lor 7 so.
Do not forget to examine well the article you
order to get toe genuine. -
FOB SALE ALL DRUGOISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
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CLARK & ' FARMER'S
f.jiHJ i-j r.vi;
Christmas Exhibition
j J 1 xolituiKt '.j, ., t. . i iri rj.
tej 5(!,'J r.i .! "l: ii III) tr,il w1f'!
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FIN E i J.8 D ' FA N CTiiVFORS
"1F0R tiilE S. GEfjisANt) CHILDREN" j
-i. Hint T-t .(f ! 'i-irl ''lb 1'
Nbk 5 ' .Neil House jQIocIe.
,-iCin JJ'litt! 'Il'l'll I'l. t . i t "('! Vin- .-Hi'
'f ;! t)ViJC.7 ii'i;!.i:i .(il;:i !-.'il O'.l Hi i i
t:'tt od lii.v li. i b'i.-yirW
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fx'ftii kLiIia Tir-t7 J,-'! Ji-til Oi:sBi'i T .
Are showing the most attractive assortment of
3 ;
&
CLARK
FARMER
Have on exhibition a splendid assortment of White
. . and Black ' . . .j
ASTRACHAN, SKITIXG. SETTS.
AT CLARK & : FARMER'S
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May be found the .
ELEGANT- GREBE SETTS.
.sunt
AT CLARK & FARMER'S
' Thoae most delicate
ERMINE .SETTS;
Admired by every person of refinement.
AT CLARK & ' FARMER'S
FUR FOOT MUFFS,
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OLABE & JPARMlEll'
.... . . . ..-nil . --.' -jii; ..; - : .. " .-:
: . t i - : .': fi: .!:! "ttj lO t"
Greajl Emporium for ; jj ks
, -i ' .. .'-ii-ii)'! - ' .Jiii; ili fw; ri
HEAR. HUDSON BAY WOLF. ATJSTRAL-
1 ; IAN COOW; CAT.'ALASKA. BtJFFALO '
' ' AND PRAIRIE- WOLF' RtjBES.
J "" ": - L'AP 'Bl.VKET&, :,1iF'k-'f a"
, iGaANS.FCRGLOYES."
- ' MUFFLERS,' CAPS,' '
Aci. Ac..' j&q.
v
j dec22-dtf ,
a new aivts
0RIPf,17if CO At
J COOKING STOVB.
enmbimnga larse oven
good baking qualities, beauty . of design, eoouoosy
of fuel, and cheaones. for sale bv the manufac-
turer,'who have a fine line ot W nod ' 'ooking
Stoves and Hollow-ware. Oll-I, A KI&KYb,
' dec23 eodlm-r 81) North High et.
The Columbus and flocking Val
ley Kailroad Company.
JNotice tor Hto'cicUolcier,.''
! ' CoLtTMBDg, Ohio, Dec. 8th. 1P63.
TaTOTTrE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT
iN meeting' of the S'ockholdera of this tJoairany
will be held At its office, in the eity of Columbus
on Tuesilay, January i6th, 18S9, between the hours
of 10 o'ciock A. M. ana s o-ciock r. m., at vnicn
thirteen Diretors for said Company will be elected.
and such other businrss transacted as may
bmusht before the meeting. Stoottholders are re
minded that tbe laT provides that "after the first
eleotson of Directors, no person shall vote on an
share on which any installment is due and unpaid.'
. . . J. J. JAKJivil,
deols-d3tawtd-r , . Sec'y andTreas
Agents Wanted 110 a Day,
: xwo cio itiApa rou
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Of America eitid Europe, America atnd
tbe Ittiiteol Maieaol Americei.
" Colored in 4000 Counties.
THtfiR CHEAT Il A PS. NOW Jl
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II Railroads to date, tind the latest altera
tions in the various European Sta'es. These
Maps are needed in every Schoul and fa nily in
land thev occunv the sosce of one Mao. and
means o Ithe Reverser, either side oan be -thrown
front, and any part brought level to tbe eye. Coun
ty Rights and laige discount given to good Agents.
Apply for Circulars, Terms and Sample Maps,
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A. . GREAT VARIETY,
Prico roni Ten Cents to Pire
. Hundred Dollarw.
PIANOS. ORGANS AND MEL0DE0NS.
New Seven Octave Pianos, Bosewood. and war
ranted for five years, for only Three Hundred Pi
lars. Now is the time to buy anything in the Mu
sic trade or Stiver Plated W are, CttbAr.
SILVER PLATED WARE.
: A food assortment, either in Sets or Single Arti
Call and examine our Stock, whether you
or not. ', i . t.
No. 36 North High treet
det2-dlw-n HaHKIS A CO,
JNa i S. ROBERTS,
i EBALIE IN -
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY,
j .- . Ajln -";
i ! . 3E''.3NrCSr GDOD8,
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A full stock of Condray's. Rumreel's' and Lnbin's
i - ; . Extracts and Pomades,
No. 854 North High Street,' ;
'decli-eodlin " ' ' COLUJILCS, OJUp.
" P L A N E T."
V'r.y.ri-""- if
-ti : -i r i y
Ihij fittcsman.
[From the Raleigh (N. C.) Sentinel. 14th.]
[From the Raleigh (N. C.) Sentinel. 14th.] THE TYPE-SETTING MACHINE.
[From the Raleigh (N. C.) Sentinel. 14th.] THE TYPE-SETTING MACHINE. Mr. Foster's Remarkable Invention
Described.
.
be
. WelSave'been: furnished' jby'tpe' In-
veaforwith the followmgr detailed .de-
BcripLion 6f' the. iikw. type settjng' jna
chlDis W' our ingenious countryman, F.
GrFdsejSsq,' for which .'he " h'-"
cently obtained l patent ' - j
I ' The(aiathine a composed, essenCially,
oi a -key-boArd, tjpij -boxes, a series of
eonductors -Df.. conveyors, fingers, iind
'stick.'" ' -; -: - .:
.'.Tlie key-board has much tha .jippear-
ance of 'two,, piano key-boards, .-ranged
ooe.ftbove the, other, but with this difl'er
epoei,Tb.ktiy8 ore arranged in clusters
tr grrjpB, facilitate their .working, by
$aitipg; the-oye finding immediate
ly ,any, jqnu-d Jter.!ltThe8e groups
are.agaia(U5fi(led .intoi; colors," lor; She
same .purpose; so tht by once glancing
over .the board.' and; noticing the prranger
ment. of -the .groups, . and- the . relation
ach .letter, -bears, t, ..thi.cinjryr,;.
color any- character, designaUd-i att
be instantly placed in the- stick. .by .the.
mere action of touching .its corrKspotyl-;
ing key.. The first tier of keyst- beine
that nearest the- operator, ,. is marked
with the letters of the " lUjman lowtr
case this being the case, most used, in
all work; the-next witn tne "iomr.n
capitals,'.' the. third with the "Italic
ower case, ana tne nignest, or iurtnes;
from the operator,, with .the ."Italic
caps," the case least used. . Each of
these ' have their , corresponding . double
letters, marks of punctuation and other
characters generally used in the compos
ing room or-founa..in their respective
cases. . These keys are attached,, in the
simplest manner, to a series of type
boxes.- . t. .. .'
'The capacity of these type' boxes can
be altered , to suit the convenience :. or
pleasure of Ibe printer ; their highest
convenient capacity being . about . two
cases."-, ..Fromthese boxes the types
are fed oujj ;Dy means ot. fingers moving
silently on ; their respective axis.. As a
key is touched on the key-board, the
corresponding finger takes from the type
boxes the required character, and it im
mediately glides into the stick by means
of the conveyors or conductors.. . , These
are stationary, and require no external
power to work t,hem. X hey are arranged
in the peculiar manner you noticed in the
model exhibited to you some fiuie since,
and with the fingers and type boxes, can
be supped out. in a moment, and another
of a different font" substituted when
desired. . ., So that the expeuse ..of
having a. machine to. set .any ".fQot".' is
i i J l .1 rl-.. - "'it-'.
oovtatea uy tue siiiipiesi, iiieaus it,peing
only necessary, instead. f of, the ' Visual
casts found in the printing , omce,. to
have J the corresponding ''. adjustable
"plates, only one machine being,.. re
quired by any 'erdinary printing '. office
ior its" different "work. These tbbxeSj
cbnduetbr9,"'etc.fc are arranged 'pn.t"h(j
principle of the 'mathetnatiQal proportion
of the ' cotriparatrvo velocities .of, falling
bodies.1 .As VdilEaw in the 'model ex-
- : ' . 1; i , ' - ; '.. -. I ,
hibited, no charrcter can outstrip another
on lta way to itio nch., uui, eauu aueoiu
pTishes the 'distance ttPiills placed in the
stick in the order hi', which their corres
pbhdfng keys are' touched. ' ' "
Tne "stick is or a somewhat peculiar
arrangement. It can "be adjusted to any'
sized column, from that of the. ordinary
newspaper tatia zvlef Page 5 or
the type, can be, set in- . continued line.
In the first-instance, the compositor needs
no asBistant,4Qinz his. own "justitying .
on the completion of . each line,, which,
when copnpieted, is, rapi41y thrown back
and iischargD'd , ifto,. the J'galleyK,' .and.
another lne iasej;. -5.rj 9li ltl j;..-j
! In tlie second instance, a second band
is required to cut off the line to its de-,
sired"length and then to .f justify." In
both instances -.V space boxes," holding
the different " spaces, are arranged- in
as convenient a manner as now in the
ordinary " case," . except the "three; em
space,"- which is used in dividing words,
and' which has its corresponding key on
the board, this being thought" most de
sirable, as it. is used, probably,' more
than any other " box " in the printer's
case. . Attached to the "stick" is a
composing rule," wideh,. adjusts itself,
automatically, to the . line previovslr ad-
justed in the "sticks' .There- is also at
tached to the "sfjickL; a simple contriv
ance by which any character can be
substituted for one placed ia the line by
mistake. Tor instance, in cape an is
set for a t, the operator can, by means of
this Attachment, correct; the mistake
without changing his seat to , get to a
" case " in a different part of the room.-.
The type boxes are hlled by a Jittle
boy or girl, thereby substituting for skill
ed labor that of any person who knows
his letters.
.The full wrokiug machine is about 38
inches widw by 40 deep, and 32 high ;
and, by careful estimates already made,
can be constructed at a cost not exceed
ing $100,a . ;. . .
J would also say that there is attached
to the machine when desired, , a perma
nent, adjustable galley, which, with its
attachments, can be used by the oper
ator, without eh an gero? position, to strike
off any nhmberof" 4,proofs requ;red,
thereby making it" a most, convenient
letter-writer or form-printer for any of
fice. This additional arrangemeno will
increase its cost. '
the
bv
to
buy
'
J,i
; Howf;fo Ma kb Sausage. A good
sausage-grinder is almost as essential to
a well ordered kitchen as a coffee mill
The proportion of fat meat to lean will
depend somewhat on the taste of differ
ent people, but there should,' in all
CMses, be a sufficient amount of fat in
them to supply what is needed in cook
ing. If the pork you design for sausage
contains too little lear you can supply
the deficiency by adding bef, which is
less expeusive, and whkh forms with
the pork a mixture which is preferred by
many to pork alone. , .
QTlio most difficult part ot, sausage
making is the seasoning. Many hoiiBe
wives have no rule, about it, but add
some salt, and pepper, and sage; cook
sample ; find it noLeeasoned highly
enough;, and try, it-over again ; finally,
from too little Beaconing, the maker man-
ages . to. get in too. mucn, ior uavmg
tasted for some time the substances used,
their flavor is .not so distinct as at first.
An excellent proportion is to add 100
pounds of "chopped meat, two and a half
pounds of salt, ten ounces of black pep
per, and eight ounces of well dried sage
leaves. It is preferable to buy the whole
pepper eorns, and to' grind them at home,
as irrouud pepper is often adulterated,
and always loses its strength after being
fc5age' also often deteriorates by
grouna
WWij to the.wcrrisrixaju.jifj.
iHai)Hdilifnti.a aiwftif taipatai
fjonwijl be mpst acceptable to the ma
Jorify or tastes. 1 UJf
It is true that. there are some perSonsV
who prefer 4tlrer he'rl)81 beside ; Bags' such
as suritfrleT iavory iabdr byn; trad there
are a few who relish.' spices of various?
kinds but where Usages Ar,..tobf made
to suit the tastes of several persons,; we,
mustbe. careu o to add anylsubsta,n.ce
that "wul offehd the' taste' of anypnerT
All the ingredients should be .thorough
ly ini-red 't6gerher,' Stuffed riri 'skfnB or
bags made of cotton ttloth? ?br ''JTarced-'' in'
shaltowarthen dishes,' I Their lavanris
better after they have been - nrade- boubA
days, than it isu immediately after : thf y
are made. .ut-rj.ui?l:it: .CI .3" ,cH v,t
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o every description, wil
tth or without printed HeadW
iiiu. fnr ... ... . :
COCNTT OFFICERS, MEKCHAVTS. M ANFVACTCB&RS1
' BANEIRS, RAILROAD C0KFAH1E8. iff.
, :'" t f'illli-i Trt? '
A3 Fall set. of Books made on thurt'notica.
warranted to give perfect satisfacttoB. "i"" t - nf
OPERA - HOUSE i BUILDINC.
aprlt eoil.v : CQLUHBC8, OMIQj.,
CItOTIUNG. .
i.iti.-iTiM'.CIaOTHI'NG,' '-' -.wiaA
CUSTOM AND - READY-MADE T
- -i Imp r.rji.nii ;rrt a, i oui ' iii .
5IcrchantTailoipg&CIo1fcingCo.
exit OJ Jii&irt fii.'HiJCOlaiiiDaB, 01ie..1B
ASfJPKRB aJlfW. STOCK ef -CiLoT Hsi
Cassimeressyvee'oatirn; auV- Vestiuaef-both
foreign and Domestic, for Fall aoi Winter wear. .
, i. ... ,,4U- SJ . -" r-A li'!
: .GENTLBMl?NDrjfASmON
Will always find both our materials and our work:
i tdbein the height hf tbeHnooU. We s .all spats'
, no pains in producing tbe most elegant and, fash,,,
1 ionable garments to befound anywheie.
Of which a great part is manufactured by oarcSlvesV)
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
Ayd acfotad est)Oar shelves,- iu all; the Varlelios
ot the season, at very low prices.
vsrr
; GENT'ttfEJJlSHlM GOODS,
,! it
Id full lines, alwaris ept bti hand. ' ; ' ' 1
f-A". ,, JdbrKUi Mli.LS a.. Superintendents V?
r ' . " JOHN UrOfl Treasurer. ..
.Wl G. i'c.RKpS, foreman;' - ;-y!!oT
I ootzs-neod3m
FALL AND WINTER -GOODS.
HUNTER'S
'A
ClothiDg ; Empormii!,
no. zzo.9outn.Hign St... . (i
iUrlifiTIBlli, OUmI ' i
I HAVE JTJST BECEITEB Xlfe V
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter j
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of '
French, ' ' ' ' '
JhiiiK-liwli mitt .-""Miff''
I Jt Domestio Cloths, ' . , .,
. - Ca8imere,
For Geetlemen's wear, which i will sell at the low-
est Cash prices. - . - . ..a 1
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected r
Stock Of .1. ., ., '"i - -
READY MADE CLOTHING. e
- - . JOHN HUM'EB, ...
: ju94-dlr ' " "SO South Hirh stroetj
; - ' grocers.' ' ;; ;1J
M'COLM, : MILES & M'DOXALDS J.
" NO, la & I8 SOUTH HIGH STREET '-
' " GKOCEUH, ' if
inUOPKIETOR- COI.ITiriBfJM POWJ
1.- II.RMAOSK1NE, and agent for tbe. sale of
Hazard Powder Companj's Powder. , Agents for ,
heaalef t ' ' '
;ABDNEB,PHIP.P3'CO.Si .j.',ri
Celebnitrd Sugar .Cured. Ilanv, j
" and dealers in ,
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE'
; GROCERIES - ii Tit i"
in all tbeir varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies;)
Cigars.ete. iutl-edl' "
The Orcat yirdlclne- for the Sh;tn,-earesr -a?
wltttoat rait, every kind or mn
alicstAly ereiptloai of the favee. '-. :.X
y , or itehina-, IrclUUlntt-, or V
alaftreaalng; enlaaeoai
- ' : ' eHaemae on atny part '
.;'ttOii;HJ
t , '. , f.- efllw peraeaw !iii.iCM
" ff hot wenrry rtliered m of tilftt mortifying smpj TO
th. tft f i. mow tookitip quite like a Kim," writes '
I'harle E. Nolilo. tiem-ral Agent of- Mich. Central. I
K. It., 173 Broadway, N. V. .
- " We toil na fiunlimMe nrnerlu fnr Teller, ste.","" '3i
writ Higlvy Bros., nruggists, lTairfiuld, Iowa. . . f Jr
f ftirre fried yowr vnluthle remedy fir JJtirber
Deli Kith treat nccem," writes C. W. "Duniout, etv".'i.
Send for circular." Price. T3 els. and (1.00.
j . Trepared only by . "soLOJT PALMER, '
i
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O- im! ,-'
Tor salo by Pruggirits geoerally. . rc
. sept2I-deodAwly ,f ."
. AO" PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A;IfBW ,
Coi'RSK of Lectckss, as delivered at the Hew
York Museum Anatomy, embraeing tke'Sjab..
iecls: How tn live and what to live ior Youth, .
Maturity and Old Age Manhood general'y'review-
ed: Thecaue of indigestion, flauileuce and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac . in I-i.. :'X
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unflble to attend, on reeciptaf '
our stamps, bv addressing .Sj.CltK'i'AKY, hiw,1(i
Vom I'ssrM of AnatokY aiti Sciknck. lg
Broabwat.Afw York, i . ivwr-febag-dly ';ts
BOOTS AND. SHOES. :
T. . BBFABD V. ! A "' " BeISAEBl
CHEAP BOOTS AND , SH0ES.'4
' 1NJEI'Wuk:'i1?,IK,M.,,!v,- .coil
- - i, . .i
T.
,S. SIIEPAR1 H4Y16 FORMED
a nartnarghle .with -ti. H.lkKiKli. fur -the
purpose of carrying on the boot aad Shoe trade at
NO. lOS KOII I'M IIIRH srBmr,
Would respectfully invite .their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their Bdo and
well selected stock of lisdies, Oents'. Misses and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received dw
reel trom the tast. and which theyare now oftsrinS,. ,
. i .u r..n.u,ms. la oar nran- '.
' ufucturing depanmeut special attention is f4enftfl,j j
. . .. . r. n irr1 1 r.'
I Repairing of all kinds neat ly and promplly done.
We would respeotfully -eoliort a share iof Pmblio n
patTonsge. Please give us oa.J. o teouble to VJ
, fibber the li
. columbus,0. Sept. ia. iet. ui . ,seiiV4tia!ii

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