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UOLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1869.
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f an T5 tents per iqoara each insertion: for three
xnonthj or looara uisoomnt of osa-lwU frua Uaii
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ADVIKTI8INO FOB WitILT STATISKAH (1.S0
per squire for first imejUoa, 76 oenta for eack 4
itional ineertion,
- 'BcwiiBHS AoTicBS,'50ewitg eaeb inertioa. '' ;
, fioriciui or Okatbs, 50 eeni. ' 1
. (ioTionBOFMABBiAecs. 7 cent, i ' -
Keijhk Noricia. hlf nriee ' 1
AU truntiMU advertutmmil mm it t pM ftr at
UU tim tAtf) art otOtrtd. . i - -
BUSHIESS DIRECTORY
.fi: ARCHITECT.
R.
T. BBOUKM,! r. a ' -
Architeot, Civil tnirineer. As.
U&ioe ever theKolrional txohange Bank.
ATTORNEYS
1 tt ntv.y
BIU.8JE1S&MAH, . ,!
.ATTOKNKV 3 tkW
06e.K. SOteonU v ih stiet, AhiDoiBaUd-
! 7 , ' ' ' i " ,
JAi. . MiJLL.. -
. AlTORhV-Al'-LAW A MAYOR .
! Vi - A.-ilajcuA offiee.
!i ATRKlf-AT-LAW & Notary Pohlio. r
.IrOi- A J .-V 4Ao4B4toon'titaUiiM:-i
,OBce rotiihlligatreet, Aiuboa Buildine-
r, hSion: and. poaonssiON,
4 v'-tsril'WEAI ;i.r -rii ;
T ' V ABjnrer and Dealer in Bail Ettate Hotue-
t hiiHiooaa.i;aoa and Kolioun,
l - Mo.1 West Broad itreat. "-
:BATH ROhAIS.
aiichA .
1L
i k
ir".v ""ur nu unsser.
catns. Basement fosiomce BuiK
V. Barber and Bait Drnx.
Hot and Pel
Ttr
BOOK BINDJllSap
VsV4rs-.n esr-tisL.i.til,--"" TTT"
O Keek Binders 4BiwUil Brf MaufaoArerm,
fruiters a4 uoiiaoera, t - " '
r i . Opera Building. .
BOOTS? SHQKS,
f ' 144 SootosiKh street. Juat receiredan
eiecaaiassoruniiu.)eir-j0r es,4e
flies, piae calv.
JL l4ie aoted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
- ettlowaticea. Jkew Stock ia&Lreeeived.
HH -i, y. - ft Soutk Higl street.'''
J DeeJees iml-il4wrgh'nd OMoOokl. ' Also.
pi
No.asi North Uiab so
steeet--
(X)IMISSlON MERC U. ATS
nrrt-
He
111111 ok -. r r .i a t-,.
Cummieaion. or'aardrng and Produce Mer-
sbants, dealers in oraia i lour. a-a. XT Brucd
ItTeeU x -. . 4 . - v it f t--i i-;.
CORSfiTSi 3'"
' ' 'T 1), ; ' ,
1 a)AIU9(AKsa esv tfuf r v vn
Hanutacturera and leate m r rench, tiej
emoV Amexicau vorseu. Also, Hoop skirts. '
Dei .
ikh ,t it o Jill vlpera aimmm,
'CROCKERY:1 -itc:
r li ii -i 1 1. ,r , Tii i-
the
ueei-sware, lilacs liaqd vruods, LaiB4fi and Lamp
ouaxturee.
4S AortU Hxn street.
ADr , riArli ... ... , ?
Importer Suaaf.Wbolesale and Retail Dealer
tuuUoek!ry, Cniea; GlaaStAJuuerjr, flitted Uooos,
DOOSf iuup. Ha. 3 I T. -i- t.. e-aw
DOV'
IntWss
wiir
DENTISTRY.-
llctL.
lore
jatMst; at U0i;UlAUEtlk . ,
Ha. im. ihat. Kmul SFml
Qf ' betheids-i --..
Tbt, Wi DsJNW, BENTISr.-t-Tbe bi siyles
rlcr DMAutry, saciueVrng IMan't linproyea
nrl Plie. Otbce. 10 and U Opre bloeH. '
nesieeaeeeeeBeeBnasneiasBBisBBssBmaeBBBn
ben.
RY.GUOlJ&
"""If,
, Vwlere i4 Dr Owds. Fotiobs'.'Carnett.-Oil
la, ti .(atUnsSi shades, Uau Cap. awl. Inrs,
bam, K .ta auq Arwitt.aitaata,-; ,;.t,
der. Tjaiitnrr at'.Oi "
nurA 143 South Hbrk irreee
I Battings, Oil CIthsA;ouLiuaiaviaa4d
loods.: I V iuil o ::Jim,ii
am at 7 . 1 . 1 ,1 . . ! u ,
Of Abe Mholene'le and ReuU Deafer in Staple and
OU? muffA AivedicaiMi, euMiulaoUrers ef LmOim'
toa
r, - .jl o, Aigu aireeu -
JtJ- t S1A V. WM SMI SlOttki
mOr.' L' I, rum A la . auk J.l.u-. in Il. llnod and
. . iwu w.. Mill uweij
iSubs, loii cwutb couru auuet.
.oans, too oautn r
tq AmKai
iJ t-U'butesat aad
)magbtoa JiualdiBg.
Retail stealer in Drr Gooda.
lUhtOB Jiiuldina. AoeLld and .lt bouth. Hisb
Benin. . , .J, . .
K1'ilOi as; UlutilX, u i,-.r-. f. -
Ueaiera in staple and jfaacry Any MaodM aad
ants' J-a-rnnbmg Uoods, No. 8 Neil H0U6.
iU-CliiU191't UKAI mc SJO.e ..,.
iers u staple and ranoy Dry trfoat.
i w -.. . . fio-WSoutii High street.
i t'oreiro and Domertirf Dry0 "Goods, tloths.
Tf isr4eta..iaisoeiia mga street,
1 " DRUGGISTS.
I wkVh Jl
J People's 1
ijha'v.. ..... -
1 Drug Stiire. JB0 South High Bt,
Pre-
aeripaons caret nil somvosded at all hours.
ee lEJPOTXKEti BTtratJfc : " '.
X . f . .JO S. ROJiJlKT-J,
l.rf
Dianlst sad Apolbecarj.
354 Nbrthtegb'streeU'
- ii f A at 11", si k Kiii.t , -'-
slU WHVLhBALE A KETAlL DRUGGISTS,
loo South Uigb St.. Coiuiubus. O.
tAUM.' fMftt. Wat. C4.. "
W k.l.1. mnA Uiail 1 HM I7"t. Am Tla. lar.
HaJrYODrietarJkeuicuies. . ,
T - North High street.
? ! I liNGRAVJiRS.
rmi '
I.HMtH sr. nioiMAE.
aAk LeBixi!ei-. biJrert and PubUshers.. JVota-
riii tiiu pwer savin ourvea to oruer. - ,
Nos. 107 and 1 South High street,.
FURNITURE, &c
i-ues .l:HHlli:AHIKKr (JO.
ij aUaafaeturen aad Whoiesal and Retail Deal-
ter as Aaraiutr. Cnairs, Mattraeses, eui.
J 1 Ao. kOA Soutb Bigk bt. tupen. House).
usn t'l'H m 1TI Uk f u..
UanniMliiMfflAl IfllelUt r BltBTS. W nOlC-
1m
aad steuail arerootna. , 1 and 8 Uwynue
auk,
I HOUSE .FDRNISHLNG.
C .1 AlMnUeA. Suru and l)ouaa Far-
nuiagWiMMUt. Alt, 'iia. Copper and bbeet Iron
Vkr.
17 ii.ast 'A'ewa ttreet.
imi mi-mm. A. ariTAKT,
i, Beus Furnishing Uonds, ManUerGratea,
tooer. lin ani sneei iron, owm uu auua
T'-V 1 - aua bouta Hih street.
I
a.rardkl, . AA V I K sK H BJ K
I iu.im.ii MMwrs.noDil'arni6h.iifr Goods.
Irbie and biU JUbUm. Ur. ftu-m ti-H Air
: 1 " , n an.,h Ulakl
. l-SSV..xf'ii'
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BUStllESS DIRECTORY
HOOP SKIRTS.
E.
MEED, . -w
Mannfaoturer and Wbolerale Dealer in Hoon
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zeoher
and Kane Goods, 103 South Hia-hatf 'st.
IOWB- SEWING. MACHINE?
o f. Axrei.L,
: Dealer in Musical Merrnandise, Bools. Sta
tionerr and Fancy Goods senerallr.- special Aneat
for the aelebrated Kli Homo Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 810 Kouth Hian rtreet. oor. Rioh.
HATS & CAPS.
i"-T
iius. in. n. LAiir,
'l Saeeser to i.. Lauf,) Desier in Bats, Capnx
Fvm and Straw Uoodr 329tiootb Hin street.- -
(feiun Golden Hat)
HOTELS.
N
AIIONAL HOftl,,
Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
U MITELS SIATliS HU t'EE,
Corner High and-3'ewi-streets.
. v to. i. BLOUNT. Proprietor
ZtTTLEB HOD1E, ' ' ' ' )
.Corner Konrtk A Friend ata. Commodioas
house and extensire stables.
.. - Jj. A. BOWEBSi Proprietor, t
!5JKSURANGE.vht.
CossEcnccjx ntTCAL life .
lOranoe Companjr.' Assets, 18,t 00,000. ,
WM. JAMISON,' Agent. Columbus.
NEHKIBK A 1RILTENBEUGEB,
GENERAL AGENTS Security Life insurance s
Company,
No. 6 Opera House.
TTOIHE COMPAQ V OF
LL -Columbus. O. - apital and Assets, 46S147.
WTC. M. BAKER. Seo'y.
Office. Nos: A T Opera Honse ;
JHLLTNERY GOODS.
0,
w . Miuaons, ..
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods. -191
8. Hieh street. Opera Home Blook.
uowMiaic,
L mill.... si
jl Desier in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim-
. 67 N orth Uisk street.
:r h. witKif, 1 "
rj e Desier in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
minrs : ad Faney Goods.- 130 South Bmb street. J
; .IERCHANT, TAILORS. ,
SCHAFHAfTXEN Ac A OHELEBE!r
- Uerabant Tailors and Dealers in tieuta' Far--.
Disking Uoods, . v
, -' No. 68 North Higb street
C W.N IS WANDER. " "' ' T.'.- 1
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. AUo agent for the Diamond Shirts,
r , . ; 121 South Hixhetreet. -
THE OHIO JIKHCIUNT TAIIOKINO
A CLOTHING CO., 185 8. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing at-
rays on band.
JOHN II. KICKEXBACUCB,
Merchant Tsiior and Dealer in Clothing and
Uents' Furnishing Goods. r
no. ox nonn imn sown. ,
JOHN HIINTEB, . '"
MliRCHANT TAILOR. M0-South High st.
Chnioe stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
r . NEWS DEALERS.
A niMEWS k HULL,
(1 Jews Dealers, Booksellers
and Rtationera
Ho. SSnontb High street.
nex
door to Postomce.
,-IACCD. liMiiinANN,
Meers Dealer, Bookseller, stationer and Kind'.
er. Jrublicauons in both Uerman and bngasn. '
- S31 tSonthUlKb street. '
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDREWS, rEBBV it CO., ;
Alannfaeturers and Dealers in Writine. Print
icg and Wrappin Papers, S3A 06 North High et. .
N Vims & it vers.
Dealers in Printing, Boos, Writing and Fin
Papers 86, S8 k 40 Norih High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS, r
I1AL1IW1.M A Vr EVENS.
AJ , PHOTOGRAPHERS.
81 Soma High street.
J.
'HI. ELLIOTT, t .
PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and siae,
D.
j;abcheb, -i
Photographs, Ambrotypea, Gems, etc, eto.,
' - No. 13 South High street.
V PHYSICIAN.'
EIH, DO WNJSy m.' . i - ' f's
e "Nos Opera House. Treats Disearesof tb
Kye, Ear. Heart, Tkruat aad Lunas.' Aino. Diseases-
of wotneo and I'hildren.
PIANOS.
, 1
r f.babbisaco,.. , .:;
J . .Wholesalo and Retail dealer for Light A,
0o. s and, Haines A Bro.'e Pianos. Also, Orgaoss
Meiodeoos Jtud utuer musioal instruments, e i
. .j-.j;,; i ,r; -, .OiMortti Uigbttreet,
Jt.'wuoos, ' ;v,.,,k,,r.-:;
e Agent for. (JhiokerLBg's and Emmersoa's Pi
anos. ' Also, Organs. Alelodeons and Sheet Aiuaio-
31 South High street.
'RESTAURANT.,
BANK EXCHANGE BESTAUBANT,
Ournerfitate and Hish streets. '
I .-.-. CHARLKV MYfcR, Proprietor. '
"SEWING MACHINES.
A EXJLA SEWAN4A MACHINE,
iV The best in the world. Nos. 1 and S Opera
House.
W. PXXalEL, -Uenerat Ageat,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Rli. UIJ.UiUe!COsf t
-. Dealers in Fine Watches. Cloekai Jewel rr.'
Platedwara. Jspectaoles, t No.. 11 East Testa
street.: ' . ."a . . :
pATl-.SA: sAStlil. S OIN, --- ''- J '
VJV tSiifMsessors to Wm. Blrnnl dealers in. Dia--
monds. Watcbua, Jewelry, Silvai. Wara-aud Sec-.
Jtcle- Na....illioae. --
F :: .ti. JU' AEMUEKEI1X. .--
Wholesale aad Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrr.- Ho. 11 South High street. '
STRICTLY - - WHOLESALE.
BANCHOFf BKOS. c CO.,
W-holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 wwynne Block. Town street.
' . . .1 , T
RAVED.-JON EM CO., 1 '.'
Manufacturers and W bolesale Dealers in Bootf '
and Haeesr-3
Ne. I Uwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
NOTICES. Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HKHEBT 45IVFM TO
taU-waem it may eoneern, that theOity Bank
of Clereland. an Independent Banking Courpany; :
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking 'company at the city oi Cleveland.
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said Vtate of whio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the Slat Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February Mtb. 1845. being desirous
ot relinquishing and closing its Hanking business,
to ttat eiud-bas. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said nsate af.-vhio insacb easaade, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, aad delivered the
game te the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to tbe satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r ef State of said State of
Obio lor tbe redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the ofiice of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at tbe raid eity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Director of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. JulySth.lWaV
. m LEMUEL WICK, President
, jyll-dlta6m 1
-1 -r r - . 1 - 1
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PBOPOSAL WILE BE BE.
oeived by the undersigned, at tbe office of the
Board of Public Works in the city of Columbus,
until THURSDAY, lst January. 1869, at 12 Jl..
for building tbe superstructure ot a 3-truss Bridge
across the Big Walnut cieek. on the line of tLJa
tional Road, in Franklin oounty.ot two spans, each
span to be about 1 J teet long, and 30 feet wide,
from out to out; to be oovered. by tbe oeHt of oak
shingles, and wealherbuarded with good first oom
mon boards. ....
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail. All of said work to be done to the
satisfaction ot tbe Board of Publie Works and the
lenident engineer of Abe National road.
Tbe right to reject any or all bids, plans or speci
fications is reserved . JOHN A. BLAIR.
Resident Engineer National Road.
doc24-dtd r .-. -. - -.; y
,The. Sisters of St. Marj's,
AF THE KINGM. RECENTLY OF
KJ Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for tbe reception of pupils oa
tbe first Monday in September, 1808, For Board and
Initio. 976, eo. gss and 0, according to tbe de
partment of tbe pupil. - BR. BOaE. Sup't.
Address Box 161. - - an3-dtf
' I -FOR A
a ! PAIR OF "JOE OODVIN" COLTS, FIVE
fl and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
sound. W ill be sold low, ...
. .2S-dti ,, .... RICHARD KEVINS. -
!'iao
DRY GOODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
GREAT
- . i , . -i!
IN ' '
HOLIDAY GOiDDS
AT
GILCnRIST, GRAY & CO.'S,
Nes. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
Seal Eaoe HandkeroMefs; '
, Initial Handkerchiefs; ' ! ' :
Hemmed Stitched Hsndkerobiefj; . .
Barbes and Coffures; - -:
'-HeaJ-Laoe Settsj . " " , .'. ":
" Cbaa eable Silk'i, . v. A -.
. ' Plain Silks in all C lors; ,
. . ladieu' and isses' Scarfs:
J Gloves in great variety and styles ,
: Har s' and Alexandre's Kids; i
'' Large and attractive stock of Shawls;
Broche and Paisley Shawls; ; ' -i
tj. Elegant Robes, V , .
1 0 0
PAIRS
BLANKETS
AT
$4.i50 PER PAIR!
W bare In stock a run line of Underwear for
Ladies', Uents' and Misses.
GILCHRIST. GRAT ft CO.,
pctT.-ml ... Nos. 23,6,7 South Jiigh s i
NAUGHTOIT:S
ST
l.J -
PALL AND' WINTER
DRY G OOi)S.
r.- .. -V..i Tl. .
EXTRAORDISARY INDUCEMENTS
li'A'UTG'H-T'd nJ B I
Paronasers of Dry Goods are eordially invited to
call ana examine u
"s "'. . .' ..t-.i l..f ei
JV E W : S X O CK,
'ir ". . ';' .-.A ' '
; DRESS G06DS'......,....'.....;.CHEAP1
jcFANCT GOODS-. ... CHEAP
UAWLS...Tiee..a.kvr'-J
! ' DOMESTICS . ..,.r-.v,..A-CHEAP
I EVERYTHING i..i .....CHEAP
JAMES ' NAUGHTON,
1 118 fc 122 "oatb Blsrb Street,
dcl-dly - COLUMBUS.
t-y.
1
HOTELS.
i;i:ajklii house,
" (Recently slerbhant's HoteU' '
No 830 u1232 South H 1(11 Streets
! ; -.-r.j.i COLUMBUS. OSIO. -
! - - - . ,-! )
THE rHOEBMSNED,' POtt AN Tim
ber of vears sronrietor of the National Hotel
of this eitv.' takes pleasure ii annoo'.ein.' to tbe
fioblie tbat he has leased tbe above named House
or a term of years, hd It thoroughly renovated,
supplied tbroushout with entire new furniture, and
is aow ready for--tbe eeceoticn ef s nests, both
transirnt and regular boarder. He flatters him.elf
that bis long axperienee the notel baslneas and
bis determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable-him to give perfect eat
ssfaction to all who may f vor him with their pat-
ronag. - - - ' 1 -H. REYNOLDS.
N. B. A Salooa and Restaarant is attached to
the Hons; also, extensive- KtabliBf, attended by
competent ana atteativ nos liars. rj. tt.
declS dlm - i - - .i:..i'-j.:
ST. JAf-lES HOTEL,
. Fourth Street. Bear IMaits,. -:
-- CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNKY P. ELIA8, - ;;f ; Proprietor
'T'HIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO-
x caieaaiMi eon veoient - nusinees, ana io an
points of travel, -is the most destriable stopping
place lor persons visit ing tbe eitv. Ne pains will
Wiwwi i, mku-sasr atas vi aueete pleasant io
every eanievi ,-.r .,- - . . aaym-nea
FURNITURE.
XltJHAKL HALM,
BEU.OW8,
' C. r,
HAtJtf,
FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS
Nea, 216 ASlgS.uth Hia;u St.,
i. COLCiTtBCS, OHIO.
(Iheto tattntivs Uannfaetory it at t Foot ol
South mtrett, on the Canal.)
Their business transactions, both W holesale and
newu, new extena tnroutnouttne si
Pennsylvania and Indians. They m
PARLOR. BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
: KITCHEN rURNIIURE
all classes and every desien of BUDerlor work
anship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
v err description, w Holesale and Ketail,
febft-decdlv
COMMSSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding S and Comniiion
' MERCHAINTi
I .. -DI1LU IK
CHAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKTi eke.
K9 T
Corn. W
st Prices Paid at all time for
-, .Barley, cetc. - - ,
F F I C E :
Near Weil Ed ef Nat'l R ad Urldre;.
C0LUMBV6. CBJit.
febls-deodlv
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. . BBOOAB. ALBZ. HOUSTON. WM. . Bb
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LIVIXGIFJTII!
A
The confirmed drsceptie may almost say with St.
Peter 'I die dailv." The obiect of this article is
not to remind him of bis pangs, but tosbow
him how tobanish them. -forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in . ,
HOOFLAMD'S ,
GERMAN , ;B1TTERS I
And it Is for him to sav whether be will ' enntinne
to endure a livinsr death-or an nut himself in
sition to render life eujoable. : :-.! 'i'. .'
UVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of tbs'efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
aehic are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy men aad women; rescued
f'oia torture by it tf use. and eager to bi ar
testimony to. Its wif' turn. It differs from
ao7 other Bitters in existence, in. this special par
ticular it is not alcoholic"
- Forsacb eontituiiont and systems are'qaire for
their inngoratioaa diffusive stimulant. '
hoopland'S ;;;
GERMAN TONIC !
Has been orovided a Dresaratinn Inwbinb the wi
ld extracts of the finest restnrotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituent. Tbe
'ftuBui, iu vuuvBiiut uolwocu todse two areas anti
otes. should be guide 1 by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
uie mm , uu. iii uium wuere tie emergenoy is
not so pressing, tbe Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thousands find infin- f ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous dineae nr nhv.i.
cal prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
in which, singly or oombinsd, they will not effeot.
euro, ,- ; ..- , , . , . .. . .
lcliange Pain "for Ease
i
'- - ' - -- s " 'I t
And Weakness for Str.neth. Get rii of the ail-
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ana popular ui ail -wegetante invigorants and cor
rectives .. r. .
BITTERS.
---::i . 7 "il l J .') in .iii' .'.! a '
Bilioasuecs. Indieeation. General TTehilitv. mnA
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in tne liver, the stomach and the
ooweis, areeraaicatea Dy a course Of this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the n,iit,m ht.
is the bestknnwa sfesurd sgitinst all unhealthy
infliences.' Persons whose oenDii&tioni nA n,,,.
suits suojeot them to tbe depressing' effects of a
olose, unwholesome atmosphere; should take it reg
it any u a prutectiun against toe low levers and
oiner aisoraers waica malaria engenders,
lid who are . j ' .
Inva-
I
WASTING AWAY,'
Witnout
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountain of
vitality ana vigor, as I retresnine and vi1-
entcinx as a pool in tna aesert to the tana-sooroaed
and fainting travelers.. . r . i-,
'HobpLANiys'!..!";'
GERIVSASIBITTERS
fV COmDOsraToT flits Dnrik 4lMSATr mM m-w area an -
d-.ci Daily termed. rLxtr.icta), of Rniti, Herbs and
liarka, ruakiaz preparationhiirhL coiuutntrAteii
spd eatireljr free from Alcoholic aiaixturfl of way
liiU
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN!
... : , T . . '.--I- -i i -W'. .
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest Quality of Santa Cm. Rum.
Orange, etc., making one or the most pleasant and
agreeable retnetUes ever offered te the nnbheg -
xoese remeuies win enectuauy cure Aiiver uom
plaint, Jauadioe, Dy--1 - -pepjia, Chronic or
Nervous Jlebi lity. Mm Chronic Diseases of
ins niunBTK. ana a i aiseajjas ans no from . Hi.nr.
dered Liver or etomaeb; - ,
I ui uil'ii.t In 'li i suoui-." 'jt ..: J " ' -'; '
i -'.".lit .', .U trVf ob - .1 .-
' i . pat'on. Inward ,
- Mil Piles, Fullness of
-;-ili) Blood, to ! the- Head, -i
,! Acidity of the, Stomach. .':'
i Nausea. Heartburn, DisguBt
for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
i Stomach, Sour cruotatKiBs, Sinking
. or. Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
'Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when jn a Lying Posture,
Biuinw oi tisiudi iois or v eDS oeiore tne
Sight. Fever end Dull Palo in the Head, .
; .. Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness k ii
I . , of (he Skin and Eyes. Pain in the , ..
' ; ' Side, Baec, Chest. Limbs, eto. '. ' "
1 Sudden Flushes-of Heat. ; ! 'V
, ; Burning in r the Flesh,
tConstant Iioagin
I .i T. .:i' C ,- ings of Evil, and
i , . Ureet Depres-, . ',
i --!-' '' sion of ' ' '
i., fc:.,..i ,'.. Spirits, ;!' '' :
' They are the Greatest and Best
- i
' BLOOD
PUlllFIERS
Ever known, and will ear all disease resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pare. .Keep
your Liver iu order- ik Keep your digestive
organs.' in a:ouad.' e1 health veonditinn; hv
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
assau you.
.i . 1 i : -1
Weak'., and Delicate - Children
Are made strons: bv tbe ne of either of thMnmm
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without fail :
- Thousands rf certificates have aecumnlated in
the ban of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
ooserved, are men ot not and ox such standing that
iney must ne oeiievea.
THE WHOLE 'SUPREME COURT
., --OFPErVNSTEiTAIVIA
- - SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or 'stronger te
4 I timony I
HON. be' W.' WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiit :
Phtlabblfhta, March 16, 1867.
1 flad Hoofland's German Bitters" isa xood ton
io. useful iu diseases (a of tbe digestive or
gans, and of great ben-. II efit in cases of debil
ity ana wantoi nervous aoii -n in tne sysrem.
. Yours truly. a-tiEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylrania.
; Philadelphia. April 28, 18611.
I consider "Hoofland'sUeruian Bitter.-t' a vain.
ble medicine in c sea of attacks of ludizetion or
Di spepaia. I can ce tity this trum my experience
ui u, iuutbi wiiuieepvct.
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
..... ... Philadelphia. Sert. 14,1867.
"Hoofiand's Genna i Bitters' is a very usefnl ar.
tide as a tonio and as an appetizer. It I- not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons oi aiiage. rte pectiuuy yours,
' JAMES ROoS SNOWDEN.
CjaLTTTZOZia-.
Hoofiand's German Remedies are counterfeited
See tht the signature r ot C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of mJ each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at tbe German
Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, fa.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
FRICSS.
Hoofiand's German Bitters, per bottle. ........ (1 00
Hoofiand's Herman Bitters, half dosen 5 00
Hoofiand's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottle 1 60
per nottie, or a nan oozen tor 7 oo.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n oraer to gat uii genuine.
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BILLY MORGAN'S GHOST.
In ttie'year 1801 a" seaman hatie
William -Morgah enlisted on jboa'ra a
United'States frigaterfor a three' 'years'
cruise in the Mediterranean. ' He Was an
awful lovlciDK ' iperson,'' : six" feet four
inches'high',. with a long,1' pale, wrinkled
visage, ' Biinken' eyes,' thick' black' hair
standing off ind; with white," prominent,
and irregular teeth.1 ; It was impossible
to-define the color of his eyes'; liis voice
was sepulchral; on his 'right arm was en
graved certain 1 mysterious 'deviceo, 'and'
his tobacco box- was of iron.-1 ' He entered
on Friday, the frigate was 'launched on
Friday, the! master earpenter who 'built
her was born aiMl 'died 'on Friday,' and
the eqaadron' went' ovit td se oh Friday.
These coincidences', ;' added to' TtsJ
singular ' appearance; 1 caused tne' sail
ors to iook - upon iuorgitn- "witn
some degree -or wnnaer, ' ' mingiea
with suspicion.' Dufing the1 vojage to
fjribralter,i his fconductr1 increased tnia
feeliD?;. ' He'went'Wlth'OuTTobcr foftTays
together ; at least he was tiever 'seen to
eat, and if he slept it was witliuut strtit
ting his eyes or lying down.- '"His1 ship
mates, One and 'all, declared that,' wake
at what time of the bight theywould,
Morgan was seen sitting1 bolt-upright in
his hammock, with his-.eyes" glaring and
wide open.-' iWhni in-watch upon deck,
he would stand still for an hour at a time,
"gazing on th. stars ior i the "ocean,- and,
when roused, fell ' flat ori the-de'ek in a
swoon. ' When he- revived,' he :preached
and'. talked i incoherent irhapsody. 1 He
Often hinted that he bad - as 'vmariy lives
as a cat,, and more than once effered to let
himself be hanged for the 'gratification of
his messmates-1 Utt had 'also 'frequent
trances during whichr he Jay stiff and
rigid, with. -a!, the appearances of death.
.These tilings at length. resell eu, Uie
ears of Captain , It . . . i, -who i-loeked
upon them aa mere tricks, and the .neat
time Morgan got into a traacaj confined!
him for twenty-four, hours,,, .stopped, his
grog ant ieyised sundry, .othejf punish
ments. i-Pne lay, about hnu way across
thy Atlantic, aod .the; i frigate .several
leagues ahead .of the;J equadrony : there
was aa alarpi of the jnagazirie, being: on
fire. Morgan was just cotnipg oo i deck
with a spoon in his hand, for some pug
pose or other, when, hearing the cry, he
made one spring overDoad. tx before
was soon extiuguisneu, Dut, in tne con
fusion, no effort was toade to saver'MorT
gan. v As a' matter' of course, he '-.was
drowned. Iwo days after, o.ne; ot tbe
ships of 'the quadrdft'eame1 ttjfij and sent
a boat along side with' Billy" 'on'" bo'arijl
Twelve hours'"' after yhis 'learj he had
been ' found-' swimming ''gallantly "with
the spoon- in " itia- ' nand, wnicn ne
said i be held " fast :l that ' ter 'might
help-bimself to-1 ealt : wafer ''when" ' he
was -'dryV 'After1 '- 'this ,;5 the'aailors
felt convinced' that' Morfrari 'was a dead
man come to life again-; and that it would
be-difficuit to kill him in ' any ordinary
way.i me' continueti;inia-'pranKF, 'tar-
gaaintr.n ann.i awoanavtiir julue
severely punished. ' At last, as tney an
preached - Gibraltar,-: he solemnly a an
nounced : to bis messmates 'that he- in
tended to drown iinnelf agbiil with the
firsfc opportunkyi He made: Iits 'will,
dressed himself in- bis- best, and settled
all his affairs. He also replenished Ins
tobacco-box, - put .his allowance bf:bis-
cnit in his pocket, and filled a email ean-TJ
teen with water - whieb he slung round
days
himself to Pavy, . Jojnes' , Jocker.r nThat
same night between twelve and oner, Mor
gau was distinctly sqen to come up the
hatchway, , climb up -.the bulwark, and
drop into the opean.!. piidshipmaB and
two sailora testified,; to the ; facts; add,
Morgan being missing the next morning,
no doubt existed of his suicide oi jl:;:
The- talk and wonder -were beginning
to subside, when, one, night,.- about a
week after. the figure of Morgan in-wet
clothes, with sunken eyes and cadave.
- , , .
rous visage, was aeeu by. one oi bis
messmate's, who happened to , be laying
awake, to emerge slowly, from the: fore
part of the ship, approach, one of the
tables where . there, ;wa8 a can .. of
water, take a hearty draught, and disap
pear in the direction whence it . ame
The sailor told this , The, next morning,
but as yet, very few believed him.,. The
next! night precisely - the same thing
pecurredf and was,, seen , by a different
person. The story came to the ears of
Captain' E- '-, who, under the convic
tion that Morgan's drowning " himse f
had been deceptive, ordered the strictest
search to be made throughout the frig
ate, but without any discovery. The
ghost continued to appear, evading cap
ture or surprise. Once, it emptied a
tobacco box, and at .another time made
free with fragments of supDer which had
not been cleared away. In the Bay of
Algesiras it spoke, and offered its hand
to a messmate, and sayings "Good by,
Tom," vanisbed as usual.
By ' this ' time' the ' whole crew were
terror-stricken, afraid of their shadows,
and even the officers began to share the
infection. 1 Theailors were permitted to
take an occasional turn1 on shore. To
the Tom Brown named above, Morgan
had left his watch and chest of clothes.
Strolling down a dark lane, in the sub
urbs of Algesiras; he heard a well-known
voice call out, "Tom, d n your eyes!
Don't you know your old messmate".
Tom recognized the tones, and, turning
round, Baw himself confronted by'.Billy
Morgan's ghost. :"' Having no wish to re
new the acquaintance, he ' took to . his
heels, without looking to see if the ghost
gave chase, ran to the boat, and told the
story as soon as he .could find breath. In
his birth, that very night, the gho6t,vis
ited him again, passed, its cold wet hand
over Tom's face, who bawled lustily but
the apparition absconded before help ar
rived, muttering in a hollow whisper,
"You shall see me. at Malta." ' '
After some weeks, the frigate caniejto
the last named place. As nothingbad!
been seen of the ghost in the interval, it
was concluded that the shade was either
tired or appeased, and little more was
thought of its visitations Soon after
the ship's arrival, a party of sailors, in
cluding the heir of Billy Morgan, were
frolicking ashore, at a small tavern ia
Valettal Between three and four in the
morning, Tom. went to "bed, not quite as
clear-headed as he might have been. He
could not tell -how long he had been
a6leep, 'when he was roused by a voice
whispering in his ear'Tom, Tom, wake
up!" On opening his eyes - he beheld,
by' the pale' light of the morning, the
well known figure ; of Morgan ' leaning
oyer his bed, and glaring at him' with
eyes like saucers., Tom cried. "Murder!
his necksaying.tbafc.peehapi he
takit.inthialieata.livew6rtifre
in the sea bofore he fiaatly betook!
i
WlgMpordinary relations of past and present
tided. -" VJl'' ,,.i-""1W '
1 " " TOBE'cotrin.j". ,
Ghosrt1 Billy- Morgari!w''B(fbu fceflUM
, cSuld 'ye'nTnnfil nij ronsefl TUff1 lagJlgfo
; who came to know what waa tha matter.
; Tom related the whole affair. Mine hostt
utterly denied having eve; sen,pr beatd
of such a figure or appearance, and o
did all the family. The report peached
i the frigate! '"Heaven aird'eartu'! fati,
; Captein R , "shall we never get" t'l
: ofHhis infernal spectre; bt VhWeVertee
it may be?" He was in despair. -'NeveW
' w a man so. persecuted by a iglwata in
this world before. The ship's crejrvw0ral
sq dismayed, that, hadan Algeripe cpnj.e
, across them, they might, peradyentuifrb'
, haye.urrenderKsjtdKcrtion.,
; signed a rouucf"robin, suggestuigci.thei
i captain the propriety of, running ''e.
j ship ashore and abanaoning'her entirely -'
to the ghost, which now appeared almost
; evry night, WorrretHnes tetwB Ideoke,
at others at the end of the- bosreprfCand J
j again cutting capers ou: lbeijardBirid
top-gallant masts. .r.oesM sWaJSoioou oa
LJtfom altatbe -squadreu. proceeded
Kto Syracuse, yherej te jsLipa-ver.e
; platjed , m T quarantine, and fumagatefl
j witfi brimstone,' to' th&' greatsaifs'fact!dn
i of the crew'of the frrgatwncfrere
;hoes that iais''wla-tlriTes away iH'y
tMorganTwito acTnol Ifourea (het& fo1
I some time. .1.l3ut immediately orr the; eX
; pirat ion xf -t the; ; quarantirreq liei ogainj
vLsited.j h;a, tpld chum- and heiE,5'om
Brown, Jank apd dripping wet at usual,),
and after giving hiraasoul-thrilling
shake, ,' whispered,1 Tonj." Vy w'aht to
'.speak to" you about my ' watch ahd cheBt
!of clotnep.'But Tfein roared "ieMi&e&
iwitn all his inight? wlten the ghost Van-d
fished, muttering, as Tom swore, "Yot'&
'infernal MubbeVl" i Ji--t Vi gnarra.1
iTbe rea ppearancaxloubled all VjonneTif
.consternation, and nothing bnt tbe moatot
severe and unrelaxing iiaeipliBe.preveu!:
ted. the greater, parTuDf(4bj ,prew fypif
deserting. Poor Tom, to whom the -
VotV of the spectre seemed nioBt espej
'ially directed, left; off sVearini ani
shewing tobacco, and dwindled to psq--.fect
shadow. He became very serious.
Arid took to iinginpsalms 'Iniaditibh
to"thls dial)brtr;ai TJersecfit'rfjtfTbf J-WhrcH
'he was not the only victim, sttrarige'1
things wersrn'piftted every idayl Tobact
co boxes' left-fttlli Atnigbl werifonio
empty in the morning. Sailors-woJoidi'J
!be tMissing fie v whole 4ayf.,an4vj-tu-
UDabU to gii'U. ajny BCQun qftfBSfclxeaoa
.Sometimes they were found" .hyo-tbrUrio
.-officers iu a 6tatO; of tupor, (plough jUot
1 On these occasions they always Aaw -jr
tne guosi, oi pix ,1'f-'g'1"- U Jing turougu
the air,lbr dancing, on the tops' ' ofisle'ei-
I pies; with a'fiei-y tairiike" 'cSmef.
I lencth Tom Brown, after "the1 ifsiial
iiipunj i i?;b unsiiuLicaicu auu who urvtr
Wan) Afair'aeiUh ' t!i;:lkncoi.fta!'
a w wa su vA tt a a. va tp .ai tuu (UU
chest of clothes waff founa
If3
might i havet- ben 'iurmisari 4ba he
hadi deserted, -kadJ-liat!;aoailorM)aKnT
watch, solemnly. declared. -rthati lie aaw-ia
ithe ghost of Billy JIolaahlmDyoverf
' boaxd: with 1Tom i in hi anna. iaA, flam jj
, ot nre, and that jyiej.i8ej1jjrve aet
hot .ploughshare in,, the water.Yitlk
bhis ' bold 'r feat ', the." "IpectropkJ'h
' firiaf denarture. " After an absence o
t: t ween two 'and' ' three' y ear's. he' fi-rgate .
.vai irrrTf X.XTT3 vToTI WCJO UUtU UiA OUtl
1 discbargedhd afi f an addTtronaT wondi" IX
attending her memorable enrisej , 'it ft'relr, ,
; cordBdai'goo4.iViience thati their V
" three'lyeaTs'ipay fested-'emefilaf tlienkia-"-'
nearly thlsx day s Htti aiTOOT'oftgheTii-Il
eveit i doubted,: the; reality jpf.ttheti.gboat,)
Ciptain li--t---himself epokaof it aa one,i
'-Ot . thosq -.strange, jinscratablfi ,
.1..-
r-HSUKAiar
which battle the efforts of human ingenii.j
ti.uV seen o jiAsiuy. jopnostjisxira-
nJiaq
gWV-
rMEpiCAL?
n riVACl erw.ij -
I
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(A if)-
fiT
J j Tsm Crvt3felclttetor Abe Ssdaa, fears inl
:; j without fialL, every Aind ..of.iui-
,-fdJ
ala;hUy erwptiou or 'the Am,-' "
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j 4"R hnt nfttHu reTimH nu-oftlwt awjffrjifiiy rrtipi
( tto, and I am o lookinit quite like a miii," writes '
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