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COLUMBUS, OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1869.
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(jVERTIStNG RATES FOR OAHY STATESMAN
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00 (360 Ool
Local Notices, U mdU per line each innertion.
ADVSRTisixe Katki fob Tiu-Wimlt StaTB
Si&N 76 eentt per iquire each irsertion: for Jhr
month or losr. aimoant of n-hsii froot
Abtbkttbino fob Wcbklv BririgirAir 1.6
par eqaare tor firtt i overturn, 76 eeata for each ad
Bittonai inaartioa, . -
iSCHWEaa uricM.SOeenU 8Mb iBMrtion.
Koticb or Ubatb. SO eanu.
NoTICI OF M aBBIAGBSt 76 CBQi. ' . ' - -
KBi.ioinri NoTics.half prioe. "
I Maw tt art itraim ,. , . . .. . ;
Architect, CitU tnginear, o.
. UBlo orar th KaUooal hxchanfr Bank.
. ; ATTORNEYS.
B BASES! & NABH, .
ATTOKNh j 8 ' LAW
OC5e, Ho. boath tgh atn et. Ambo Build-
JAJISC.it Ui BiUA...
law a Mayor,
, . HajOL8Ufllee.
AXXuJaJ(lVA'-LAW A Kotsry Public
- :r .Vt - "Bio la araau bttildin.
riLMtHli WOODHUf f,
- ATToBJiKS-AT LAW.
.Offio flirubiliAuaeiAmbo Building.
AUOTIOiN AND COMAUSSION
Js .SSAW ::. " 9 '. V' - " -
Anetioocer and Dernier in SalUt fiooa
sold Uooa. Ciothinc ud Notion..
- Ko.f Wet Broad itrMt.'
- barber and Hair l)reser. ' Hot and Cola
hatha, iiaaeneot roatoflio il ildinf.
O Book Binder, Blank Book Manufacturer,
BOOTS & SHOES.
X. WILLUm A: 4JM. :
144 Sontb. riih atreet. J njt neeiTad. ai
lcgant aBsortmeoi. Aw itle. low price. La-
a . pieaae wut iJ'i
A-' 1 1 the noted honse -for good Boot and Show
ai Bnaaavr a an ovwn jioroeiva.
. ,,, .,.;) houOiUigb atreet.
ROaAS.'VWCM At CXf Ht t,'! f -.r- .
-DMleraif PUtsbufhiaad OhioCeaL Also.
"ColA, Drain Tile aad Stune Sewer Pipe.
e. j.a ai.a --. Sorth High street.
W 'rsTCHkW;,Iu.: "
AJL. Contmisaioo. t'orwardiagahd ProauoeMer
eBattsaars in taraia, tFisaus.avsv. 7 W.'ltroad
treat. . .... : ,. ..... . ..,..
OORSETSi i -9 ' -
T- . iMAVflaEai tSif1 M(int!iii
-r vauBBiaotureia ana xvaars ibi s ranoo, ixer.
suan and American corset. Also, Uoop skirts.
v.-..'. 4.--B ,MJ opera Hoaxed
H i Wlsoteaai and Retail1 Dealer ta China,
QBeanaw re, si '. tatsA GaodtgLam ps aad Laitia
"""'n . i.-. .. - ,.,ytLn'tr"t,
Ci:o-.lsV.'arIAsr- ; -U . : : - r '
Importer and Wholesale and Retail Deals
in Crookery. China. Glaa. CuUafy, Plated Good.
Coal Oil Lamps, Ac. '
SSB Boath Hagk streetv
a MM a- as,, raral , m i v sLs .. .
ng, sh jMUSMi ai
Ws B4s to bs ths .. i-a
. -i l. ) u IX I I A f 1
Gy WSVN1, DEaTIST. T best ty
. 'of Dentistry, iuuludiag Dana' Aiuprovsu
Ailnenf Plate. Omoe. 10 and 11 Opera Block. '
Dealer rn Dry OuodaNotibns. Caroeta.'
Cloths, aiatuiig. aasxie.. Hatsv Cap . aa JJ'ar,
ontsr-ougnaaviif usaa street. , ; - -
J- S. OMSSwlBr t- O.,
:.. ei.i ' i-lev SoatlBIrh street.'
carpets MatUagB, Oil VlotaiyWiausM, bia,leaue
xajioy Xryooous.i. . j - i...
j ,.. A'A SC. -:- "i ,
Us. Wholeaalaand Katait Dealer in Stasia aad
iaucy l)i t Goods, aud auutuiaclurers of iaiw'
wiuasi. " " ..... . - - im c, ni(u ureii.
Li0(Jaa1'aa ag'.AssBk faasOaM) a AttAa.
A? . J'. Aram A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Good and
xtotiuaa, loo ooutn rourtu street, r -. . ". '
Jint KalloH .OA, i ' ."vi.;
Wholesal aad Retail Dealer in Drv Good.
Naogaiua Building, No. 11a and IS bouth High
street.' - - - - - , .
DealacsrioriMapM aad Fny Dry Good
uent utuuutu tauuas, o. e a.u ttuuse.. -
tiAimstuit ita6A a Ac
JT DeateaiB Ssple and r aaey Dry-GosdSb' -
- ' xto. s etouth riigh street
a sj. . a u l . . a sjo.. .
A Foreign and Domestio Dry Goodti Cloths,
J! oseee. -aw eaB fimatsi alga atreet.
. T-esssKsrH M
O- Psupls's Drag Store, SBt Sooth High 8b Pre-
eri)pi4otiare.ujiy ootttsaHiuaea atau aours. . .
Deror duiig utoue.
- JOHN S. KUBKRTS.
Lraggstt aad Apothecary.
. 164 Nerth Higb stMst.
AUrLtj A HI I SOl,
wnwiiaBAbba uarAiL DstuwGiars.
....... loo South Huh ek, Cotambas, O.
1 itAASin. MialtJli. it CO..
X W holes!, and Keiail Draggisto, and Dealers
1 b proprietary jieaioiae.
: . i 14 North High street.
At Desisnera, fcngraver and PnbUshar. Nota
rial and other seals engraved to oruur.
: St-. ... N os. to? and lo South High street.
FURNITURE'&c. ;. ;
rtnl imiKrst'lHIIIlKT f:o.. '
y. aUaerf ansa at aad W holeeale and Retail Deal-
era ia furniture, Caairs, Matms.ee, ete. -
, Xo. MM aSvuth Higu At. (Opera House).
I I U .... . k..l. InniltM Whnlv
aaJe' and, Retail Wararooui. 6. 1 aad Uwyaus
sV fWA e .... .
HOUSE 'FURNISHING. .
a. Dealer, ia Mautls. Stoves and House
Uooda. Also, Tin. Copper and Sheet
WareJ- 17 Aaat Town street.
. KKsta a ITDABTt
A .Hooaa Fuxniahing Goods, Mantles. Grates,
Copper, lio Bad oaea w-;k"
. sTAM. TATLOsl St MCFFt
A in Huihsus. Mouse Famishing Goods.
Marble and hlaf MMatlW. GraUe.Bh.Tea. Hot
r am ts i t
U I".;'. "i V !l ?
JCj. Manufaetnrer and Wholerale Dealer in Hoop
Skirt and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
and Pane Oooda, 103 South Hixbstrr jt.
HOWE -SEWING MACHINE.
Dealer in Musical Merchandise, Boot . Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods tenersllr. cpeeial Axent
fbr the celebrated Klia Howe Gold Medal win
Machine. No. 210 South Hin street, oor. Kioh.
HATS & CAPS.
l (Successor to L. Lauf J Dealer In HaS, Cap.
Fnn and btraw Goods 339 Sooth Hin street.
(Sin Golden Hat.)
XI Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAViUS
H. DAViDSOW. Proprietor.
PslXEO STATES HOTEL)
Corner High and Town streets.
. J. BLOUN V. Proprieton
- Corner- r'onrtk A Friend sts. Commodious
boo and extensive stables.
L. A. B0WER3. Proprietor, :
CONNEOriCVT MOT UAL. LIFE .
surenoe Company. Assets. 18.' 00.000.
WM. JAM180N, Ant.tJolumbus.O.
NEWKIRK Sc miETENBEKGEKV
UENtKAL AGENTS Security Life losuranee
Companj, ho. 6 Opera Uoose.
HO .TIE INSVICANCE COM HAM V OF
Colombo. O. apital and Asset. t46S.S14.S7.
W. C. M-bAKEK, Seo'y.
Office. Snf. 6 AT Opera House
wv . viamLivBUiss
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
1 1 L . . ilu LI WI .
.T Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mint, fio- 67 North High street.
J. H. K71L.K1ST, '
Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim
mine nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hiah street.
SCHAFHAtlSEN A AOHLLEBES,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gent' F or
nithine Goods, - . . .
- No. 68 North Hifh street.
CVf . MSWANDEK,
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods- Also axeut for the Diamond Shirt.
181 South Hixb street.
THE OHIO iriERCHNT T4ILOKIN6
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 H. High t. Genu'
suit made to order. Rady-mde Clothing ai-.
ways on band. . -
J OHM 17. BICKENBACHEB,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' famishing Goods.
No. 81 North High street.
MERCHANT TAILOR. SSO South Higb. st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
New Dealers, Bookseller and Stationer.
No. 66 South High street, nex' door to Postotfiec.
ITMtEsJ. SJHL.R1ANN, - . i
V Mew Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publication in both German and Eng.ish.
1st Sooth Hih street.
j PAPER WAREHOUSES.
NDKEWS, PEttHY It CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print.
ing and Wrappin Papers. 93 A 06 North High St. :
r.VlfdS At HI VEKS, ; ' " 7,
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fins
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North digh street.
at.vwtn aaibvr.S .
: - ' ' . 61 South High street.
e PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and si. -
. 'Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto"
Oi u aouto ilign street.
i - A. AAA UA WAOA1. .
EFI. DOWNS, Bt. SV.i ' - ---
a iov l Osm House. Treat Dtaeaseaof the
ipye, car. clean,, l aruat ana-liung.- Alo,Ui
i . Wholesale and RetaUdealers for Lights. !
jo. ana uaue s tiro.'s riauo. - Also, urgaas,.
. , ' . 86 North Migo ttreet.
Agent, for A.'hickerinr'i maA Emmerson1 Pi
anos. Also, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Mnsie.i
. ; -. ' aiooutn riign atreet.
INK EXCHiROK RESTAITBAIIT,
vomer btate ana men streets. - - -i
CHARLKY MYAR. Proprietor. 1
AEX9LA 8EWINU ItlACHiaiEAV
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Ooera
House. ... W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
if it. uilnttitu Acv.ji. i
XVe Dlers in Fin Watches. Clock. Jewel rri
Plated ware- Speetaolea. Ac., No. 11 Aast Tewn
C A'1's.S A HAHHIKU'IUN
I (Successor to Win. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch a. Jewelry. Silver Ware aad Scee-
taele.: No. S Neil Hooxe. . ...-i
FIJt & Y JLEaiIEBtlX, , a
a- TTholeaale and Retail dealers in Watcksav
Clock, aed Jewelry. N 0. 71 South High street.-
STRICTLY; . WHOLESALE.
AnCttoFa' nuu. As ;o.,
Waelasal Dealer ia Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwyntie Block. Town street.
REEL. JOISES A CO.,
Maaafaeturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots'
and Shoes, - ; . No. S Wynne Block, Town St.
NOTICE IS BfiKKBV CIVElf TO
. all whom it na ooneern. that the Citv Bank
of Cleveland, aa Independent Banking Company.
organised end carrying en business a an Indepen
dent Banking Ootnpeny at the city ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under nn set of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State bank ot onto ana other Banking uom
pantes. passed February 14tb, 1843, being desirous
relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tLat end ba. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said ntate of ubie ia such oase made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bare provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r oi state oi saia otate oi
llhin fnr the radeinDtion of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Gleveiand, at the said oity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. . . ,
Done by order ot the lioara or Director oi tns
Citv Bank of Cleveland, J uly 9th. 1868,
LUttULL WICK. President.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILE RE BE.
eeived by the undersigoed, at the office of the
Boa-r.i..?!,f,.bUo Works in the oity of Columbus,
until 'lHUKSDAY, Hist January. 1869. at IS
for building the 'superstructure of a 3-truss Bridge
across the Big Walnut eieek. on the line of tbe Na-'
tionai Boad. in Franklin county. ot two spans, each
span to be about 11 feet long, and 30) feet wide,
from out to out; to be covered, by tbe best of oak
shingles, and weather boarded with good first com
mon boards. .....
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tion in detail. Ail of said work to be done to the
satisfaction of the Board of Public Works and the
resident engineer of tbe National road.
Tbe right to reject aoy or all bids, plans or speoi
BcatioBsi reserved. JOHN A. BLAIS,
Uesident Engineer National Road.
' qec84-did r
The; Sisters of St. fflarj'g, .
OF THE SFHIIVGSJ. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
tbe irs Monday in September, litoa. For Board and
Tuition. 76, 80, 86 and 90, according to the de
partment of the pupil.- SR. UOsK, Sup't,
Adores Box 161. ; an3-dtf
FOB A 1L.yZ.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODtIN" COLTS, FITE
and six years' old. rery handsome, kind aad
,W&,r '""'KlCHARl) NEYINS.
' GREAT UAHGA.INS
'' 2 .' AT
GILCHRIST, CRAY & CO.'S,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
. Real Lace Handkerchiefs;
Hemmed Stitobed Handkerchiefs;
Bar be. and Coffures;
-' Real Lao Setts;
Spanish Lace; 1 - .
Plain Silks in all C lors;
Ladies' and Isses' Scarfs:
GloTes in great variety and atyles;
Har (' and Alexandre' Kid;
Large and attractive stock of Shawls;
Broche and Paisley Shawls;
Elegant Robe. '
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
PER J? AXIL I
We have in stock a fall line of Underwear for
Ladies', Gents' and Misses.
GILCHKIST. GRAY ft CO..
jaal-ly ; ; No. 23. nb, X! A 10 South High . .
IV J3 W
FALL AND L WINTER
DRY GOODS; ;
; EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO, BUY AT i ;'
H A UGH TO U ' S I
! ., ... - -....,!'.. . ' . - ';
Jarenassrs of Dry 'Good are cordially Invited Ito
. salt and examine tae - ...... -
E W , S TOC K.
' j .DRESS GOODS'.;......... CHEAP 1 .
'. 1 iriiirnv tinnnu ' roviD
, i canvi uvvaij" - viauai
! SHAWLS .i.....:.'.....CHEAP!
! 'DOMESTICS............ CHEAP
! KYERYTHING ........ .........XHEAP '
1 .31 ! T f 1-. .' ' ..-. ''
! 118 A 128 SaatU High Street,
deolWljr : . ' C0LUVB06.0BI0.
' ' tReoently Mdrchant'i Hotel.)
NM 830 tn 238 8ath Street,
TiHE rfDERHMEO. FOK A ' l tlBl.
A ber of vears proprietor of tl.e National Hotel
of this city, takes pieasure Ia annoaiein to th
labile that ne nas reasea tne anove namea Mouse
or a term of years, hid it thoroagblv renovated.
supplied tnroughoot with entire new furniture, and
ia now readv for the receetinn of guests, both
transient and regular boarders. Ha flatters himself
that bis long experience la tbe bot.l business and
his determination to devote bis entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect aat-
ssfaction to all wbo mayf tot bim with their pat
ronage. H. REYNOLDS.
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is.attached to
the Hous; also, extensive- Mnbling, attended by
eempntent and attenav hostlers. H. R.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourtb Street, meat Nlalsi
BKNEY P. ELIAS, , -. : - ', Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient t business, and to all
points of traral. is the most desiriable stopping
piaee tor persons vistiicg tne city, no pains will
be soared L. make the atav ot aneata nleasant in
ever oartiot.1 myU-d6m
MICH AIL HAXat. OH Alt LIS 0. BILLOWS.
O. r. 1 BUTLIB.
HAli9I, JSKC1.0VS Sc BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nes. 816A218 South Hisra St.,
7Xir ezimtivt Hanufactory it at (A foot of
oowca on m. vanaij
Their bnsiness transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throushout the States of Ohio.
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They menu lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM HALL, AND
all olassei and every design of superior work
anship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chair of
v ery description. Wholesale and Retail.
Forwarding and Commisoion
GRAIN OF ALL KIND8,
OUB, WHISKY, Ax.
it Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e e., .to.
F F I C E j
NsarVettEad sfNatU B ad BrldajeJ
W. B. BBOOag. ALBX. HOCtTOM. VI. B. gb V
J. JSc W. B.' BBOOEH,
Cor. Blch AHIgh ta., ColnmBat
NEW ORLEANS BC0AR8 AND M ML.
Island Bugars. Coffee. Tea Spices. T ace
, v. ,XjIiTJEIl3, ctoo.
P L A W E T."
ANRW A1VT COMPLETE COAL,
COOKING STOVE, comhlninra lam oven.
good baking qualifies, beauty of design, economy
ot inei, ana cneepness. tor sale by tbe manufac
turers, who have a fine line ot Wood booking
Stoves and Hollow-Ware. GIlL A REEVE,
deezs eodlm-r 80 North High bt.
The Cojjimbas and Hocking Val-
lej itaiiroaa tompany. r,
IVotioe to t-it oclt holder.
Columbus. Ohio, Deo. 18th, 1868.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the Siocknoldtrs of this Comranv
will be held at its office, in the citv of Colnmbna
on Tuesday, January 6ih, 1869, between tbe hours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M., at which
thirteen Dire tors for said Company will be eleoted.
and snob other business transacted as may be
brought before the meeting. Stockholders are rs
minded that the lav provides that "after the first
electron of Directors, no Derson shall vote on an.
share on which any installment is due and unpaid."
J. J. JAN Nr. I
Seo'y and Trees.
Agents Wanted $10 a Day.
awv BUJ iriars . uu s 4- .
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Of America and Europe, America and
ia iBiiea siaieti amsrica. ,
Colored in 4000 Counties.
I hisf. euEAT rriAPs. nov jrrsT
eomnleted. show everv ntaoe r-f imnortnee.
11 Railroads to date, and the latest altera
tion in the various European Stales. These
nap) are neeaea in every ncnooi ana family in tne
land they occupy the space of one Map, and by
means o Hhe Reverser, either side can be thrown
front, and any part brought level to the eye. Coun
ty Kignts ana. large discount given to good Agents.
&PPiy tor circulars. Term ana nampie maps, to
LLOYD'S MAP ttCREAU.
deoll-dawlm-r 23 Cortlandt St.. N. Y.
Emollient Cream. .
THIS DELIGHTI IIL AID EI. EG INT
-preparation, intro.tuoed last winter, having
receivea so many nattering eoinmenaatioES from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
It asrain before the nublie. assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
against tne inei.mency nt toe winter season, it
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beanty. but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservatioB. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delighttul frasrance render it a necessary append
eve to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPLE A
R1TS0N, ispensing Chemists loo South Higb
street, Columbus, Ohio. nov4-deodiw4m
JNO. S. ROBERTS,
. ' ' BKALSB IN
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY,
it- .. . AND" ' .
' "3,3PiNro"sr"; goods.
A full stock of Condray'. Rommel's and Lubin's
Extracts and Pomades.
n. roi nof iu aaiajis oircsi.
-v. : , --. 600,000 . f. ,:
BOOKS WASTED FOR : BIXDIXO
PJTT ROOKS.mACt4ZI!EN SHEET
fVi 11 0S10. Ao'Ae, that you wish to have
bouud in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and. returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through posteffioe, or at
Frankll4 ;K!Steam '; Book' Bindery
AXD . . .
BLANK jSOOK M4NTJ FACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
Keesus 24, 38, 38 North Hlgjh atreet,
(Over Messrs.- -Kevins A Myers'; and Statesman
steam rruiung unices.; ,
BLANK BOOKS I "1
BLtlfK BOOKS!! '
Of everv description and Quality, from the hisheat
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required patter a, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices. -
. ... e-r ... . tj..i.. u v -
and all Offioers reouiring s'rjr'Khi6R BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal eitenuou. -I
our patronage respectfully solicited.
W. W. LEFATOR,
oct3-deod6m ', Proprietor.
SIEBERT & LILLE
Blank Book . Masufactnrers,
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
o very description, with or without printed Head
COUBTT OFPICEK8, MERCHANTS, MANVVACTtJBIltS
IAKKIE8, RAILROAD COMPAMIB8. AO.
Full sets of Book made on short notice.
warraniea to give peneot satuiaction
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
MerchantTailoriog & Clothing Co.,
XO . h OPKRA EOUSE BLOCK,
A SflPFRB NEW STOCK of CLOTHS
il Cassi meres. Overcoating and Vestings, both
t oreign and Domestic tor 1 all and W inter wear,
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both oar -materials and oar work
to be in tbe height of the mods. We s all spare
no pains in proauoinc tbe most elermt and lasb
iodaopj KaruMiiui iu do xuuoa aajwneie.
Of which a (treat part is manufactured by ourselres,
its the latest and most fashionable stvlea. will al-
wajs be found en our shelves, in all tbe varieties
ot tne season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, a! wars kept on hand.
HKNKY MKISa, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer,
vv . G. PfcRKS. Foreman. .
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
No. 220 South High St.,
. COLIMBIS, OHIO.
r HATE JXJ8T RECEIVED TH.
A largest and finest stock . of Fall and Winter
uooa ever Drought to this city, consisting ol
' Caasimere., 9o.
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sou at the low
est Cash prices.
Also .keep constantly on band a well selected
. READY MADE CLOTHING.
1 JOHN HUNTER.
juM-dly SSO South Higb street.
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptic may almotsav with St.
Peter,"! die daily." The nbiect of this artiole is
not to remind him of J his pangs. but tosbow
bim how tobanish them S S forever. Ibe meanr
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
aim in . .. .
And it Tt for him to SAT whether be will rnnttnn.
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
snioa to render life enjoyable.
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every city and town in the
United State healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its -r"a use. and eager to brar
testimony to its vir- "AJr tnes. It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par-
... i. ... ihiguuh.iwUJIIQ, .
For such constitutions and systems as require for
their invigoratioaadiffutiv stimulant.
Ha been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of -all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in ohoosing between these two great anti
dotes, should be guide i by his own condition. If in
very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selee.ioo; but in case where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thousands find infin- ito benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There is no phaeof
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wbioh, singly or combined, they will not effeot.
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength- Get rid of the ail
ments woicn interiere witn enjojment; cast clootn
ar.d despondency to tbe winder take a stronger hold
of life and in short, become a
NEW ' :
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigoranU and ooi
reotives. . . ,
flOOFLAWS GERMAI BITTERS.
Biliousness. Tndi.natinn nn,nl Ti.ktHl mnA
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in. the liver, the stomach and the
bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tbe system, bnt
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influence. Persons whose occupations and pur
suit snojeot them to the depressing effects of
e.ose, unwnoiesome atmosphere, should take it rex-
ularlyas a protection against, the lo 1? fevers end
otoer uisoraer whion malaria engender,
lid who are
Wirnout anyspeeiei complaint, execDt a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BI1'-. fn 1ERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, a- I" refreshing and exil
eratin as a pool in the desert to the sand-oorond
and fainting travelers. ..... (
1 - HOOFLAND'S -
mposeaot tne pure luieescor. s they are me
an y termed. Extracts), or 1
ly termed. Extracts).
of Kootl. Herbs and
Usrks, aiakiug a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely iree
xroai Aioonaue aumixxure vi any
: . . . J
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange; etc., making one of the Bluet pteasaot and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publie
These remedies will effeotnatl. cur. l.i.. t!nn.
! plaint. Jaundice. lys. I .1 pepiia. , Chvonia ,or
Nervous Debility. Mm Chronic Diseases
' the aliduey. and all diseases aris.ng from a disor-
aerea surer or swmacu, -
' ' such' :'.. i.V.i-u.,
' ' . a Consti- ; , ?
Piles. Fullness of , ,,,.
Blood to the Head,
' ' Acidity of the Stotnaoh.' '
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust .
for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
. Stomach, Sour eructations,. Sinking .
Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dohr or- Webs before the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in th Head.
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
-v.. of tbe Skin and Eyes; Pain in the '
. . Bide, Beck, Chest. Limbs, etc.
' Sudden Flushes of Heat.
'a . -i).- .Burning in th Flesh. ' ,':..
' tConstant licagin-
; ' - ingsnf Evil, and v ' 1
I ' ion of ' "
" '. Spirit. . ..
They are the Greatest and Best
- BLOOD FnBiriERS
' Ever known, and will cure all disease resnlting
1 from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older.- a Keep your digestive
organs in a sound. & healthy condition,
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ev.r
-Weak and Delicate Children
Arc made strong bv the asa of either nf these rem
edies. '1 hey will cure every cass of MARASMUS
. without fail
Thousand of certifies tea have accumulated
. the bands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, it will
observed, are men of not and of such standing that
tney must do neuevea.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or 'stronger tes-
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justioe of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writs :
PHlLADKI.V'irf A- March IS I AST
I find "Hooflsnd's Herman Bitters" is a good ton
ic, useful in diseases ftl of ths digestive or
gans, ana of great ben- B w. ent in cases of debit'
ity and want of nervous action in the sys'em.
Yours truly, k.(iiO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. Anril M. lflM.
I consider "Hoofiand's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in cses of attacks of Indigestion
D'spepjia. I can ce tily this irom my experience
ot it. x ours, witn respect.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
PBILADKLrHlA.Se t. 14,1887.
"Hooflsnd's German Bitters'' is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonia and aa an appetiser. It 14 not an
toxi at ing drink, and may be used benefioially
persons ot allege. iraciiuuy juurs,
JAMEb ROSS SAOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited
See that the signature f ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper ot eaon bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phile-
.CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle..
' Hoofland's Oerman Bitters, naif dosen.
Hoofland's German Tonio, put up in qt. bottle 1
per bottle, or a halt doien tor 7 so.
Do not forget to examine well the artiole you buy
a oraer to get tne genuine.
FOB SALK j3T ALL DRUGGISTS
i And Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
BILLY MORGAN'S GHOST.
Some years subsequent to Lig return
from the Mediterranean, Capt. ,-R ,
being on a journey to the westward, had
occasion to seek refreshment and lodging
at a log-house on the borders of Tennes
see. A man came forth to receive him,
whom he at once recognized aa his old
acquaintance, Billy Morgan. "Heavens!"
thought Captain E '(here's Mon
sieur Tonson come again with a ven
goance !" Billy, who had also found oat
his' guest, was then too late to retreat,
looked rather sheepish, and invited him
in with little of the frank hospitality of
a genuine backwoodsman. Captain
R followed him into thehonse, where
he found a comely, well-looking dame,
and two or three yellow-haired boys and
girls, all in a fluster at the stranger. The
habitation had an air of comfort, and the
mistress, by her cheerful aspect and ac
tivity, seemed pleased at the -rare inci
dent of a' visitor entering their door.
Billy was at first shy and awkward, but,
finding himself treated 'with ' cordial
frankness, he, in the course of the even
ing, when the children were in bed, and
his wife busy milking the cows, thus ac
costed his old commander, "Captain, I
hope you don't mean to shoot me for my
desertion ! "By no means," says Can
tain, pleasantly; "there would be little
use in shooting a ghost,' or a man with
as many lives as a cat." Billy-' smiled
rather a melancholy smile. ' "Ah," Cap
tain, you have not forgot the ghost, I
see; but it is a long time to remember
an old scoie, and 1 hope youH forgive
me." ' ' ' ''
"On one condition I will," replied
1 that yon will tell
me honestly how Vou managed to make
all : my sailors ' believe they ; Baw yon,
night after njght. on board the ship, as
well as on bhore." ' i " '',; - ' .'
"They did fsee me," rejoined Billy,
in his usual sepulchral voice.
"Then their ; seeing you jump over
hoard was all a deception V i-U-' a
" By no means, sir; I did jump over
board, but then I climbed back again
shortly after." '' :-"' t ,7'S.-j
"The deuce yon did- explain;; .4
"I will, sir, as well as. I am able.: I
was many years amongst-the Sandwich
Islanders, where the vessel .-. in which I
was cabin-boy was wrecked a long -time
ago : and I can pass whole hours, I be
lieve days, in the water, without being
i . . . .
fatigued, '.except for Want of Bleep
have also got some 'other habits, :such. as
a ereat dislike to hard work, and a liking
for going where:!; will and doing just
what I please: 'The discipline of the
man-of-war did not suit ne at all, and 1
grew tired after a few days; To pass the
time, aad make fun with the . Bailors,. 1
told them yarns about myself and my ad
ventures,' and ; played. many pranks to
make them believe 1 was a sort ot wizard.
TbeJ punishment you e&ve me, though I
own 1 deserved it, made me : resolve to
desert as soon as an opportunity offered
I. had an old shipmate with me-.wbom-1
could trtiBt and ro plned - the whole
thine toeetherJ-. 1. knew if A tleaertea At
Gibraltar or any of the ports in tbe Med-
iterranean' I should--almost; certainly be
caught,- andibhot bff-handed-asiatg ex
ample.: .1 sot Tom Brewn to, write.4jiy
will, ..intending to leave i my ,wa ten aad
cheat to my messmate, who was to -return
them td sne again at liiberal tar, 6ut X ova
Dlaved us a trick, and put bis own name
instead ot my friend's in, and the trick
was not found out until afterwards, wnen
my frind was afraid of discovery, .if, Jhe
mady any rout about the rrjaUer. ,. .; . ;-
Who is your mend rasKeauaptain
He is alive and in the service; I haj
rather not mention his name, ., ;
"Goon," said the Captain. ......
"That nieht I jumped overboard
: "How did you get back into the ship?"
asked tbe (Jap tain, hastily, .yt
1 " Why, sir, the lorward ;port-liole ,on
the starboard side was left open, inten
tionally,, with a bit of rope fastened to
the gun, and banging down,, so that
could catch it." . - m
' The Captain struck his forehead with
the palm of his hand, and said, -to him
self, "What a .set of block-heads we
were!" . ..'., "... ..
"Pretty, well for that,", responded
honest Billy, "though not quite so great
as might be expected." .. The last part
of his speech, he meant for a compliment,
but it sounded directly tbe contrary.
"As soon as I was overboard, . con
tinued be, "I swam to the rope, waiting
for the signal from my friend to climb
up, and hide myself in a coil of cable
stowed away close to the bows. In the
bustle that followed it was easy enough
to do this; and nobody saw me but my
friend. Here I remained in my wet
clothes, rather uncomfortably, as yon
may suppose, until my provisions were
expended, and my baccy-box empty.
calculated they would last till we arrived
at Gibraltar, where nothing could have
been easier for me than to slip out of the
northole and swim ashore. But the
plague head winds and claims, which
dare say yon remember, delayed - tbe
squadron several days longer than I ex
pected, and exhausted my stock.
shouldn't have minded the want of bis
cuit and water, but it was impossible to
live without the baccy. My friend had
promised to come sometimes within
hail of signals of distress, but as he told
me afterwards, he was confined for sever
al days for picking a quarrel with Tom
Brown, whom he longed to pay oh? with
a good hiding for forging the will. '
" I remained in this state until I was
nearly starved, when, not able to stand
any longer, I, one night when everybody
between decks seemed fast asleep; crept
out of my hole, where I lay coiled up in
the shape of a cable, covered with
piece of canvas, and, finding a pitcher ol
water, took a hearty drink; This was as
far as I dared to go at that time, but the
next night I ventured out again, and was
lucky enough to get a good supply-
provisions, which happened to be left, by
some accident, in the way. t Two
three times I heard search making for
me. and was terribly frightened but
believe the searchers were mora fright
ened still, and afraid to look closely into
the cable tier; Wiien we arrived at tbe
Bay of Algeslras, I took an opportu
nity of alarming Tom a little by vis
iting him in the night, and bidding
him good by. after which; I slipped
quietly ont of the port hole, . and. my
friend pulled up the rope and shut the
porthole after me."- " But how did you
manage to escape from the police at AI
gesiras V'- " I waa on board the frigate
all .the time, in; my old hiding-place."
"And when thesbip was searcheddiivgtjy
after !'- " I was en shore- at that Aitne.!' ,
" And how did you manage at Malta V '
" Tbe landlord was my sworn .brother,
and would not have' blabbed for a thou-,
sand pounds." vAnd the capers on the
'yard-arm and top gallant, the visits to
.Tom Brown, at Syracuse, and the won-
"derful stories told by the sailors V "I
never paid, but , two visits to the" shTpr'so 1
.far as, I .remember, sir," after .'she left
Malta i, one was the. night I wauteiV
talk to' Tom, the other, when. he isap.'
peared the night afterwards.' The' resiy
of the stories were all owing'to"' tho1 Jokes "
of some of the sailors" andtuT fears of
the others. .'"" '"
"But are you sure yon did taoiijam
into the sea with Tom Brown, iB:atiam
"JNo, sir, as I am an honest man, Tom .
got away without any help of mine, a'nf
.wItMut my' ever ''knoWing hoir'nSitil 'a
' long time afterwards, when I accidents'!
ally met him ' la' Liverpool.' I Wbea:ia
deserted, and, to quiet his conscience,' f
left my watch, and clothes toj my, fjdBd,
I had no motive for playing tb. ghost Y
any more, tjI shipped in , an, American
merchantman for Smyrna, and; afte'ijjj
jvoyage, for a year.or.twot and saving j - .--few
last. I did not dare to stay long asho'rj. "
for fear of being 'known by'sotno of th
officers of the squadron;' so 'I' 'took niy'C
' money and my - bundle,- and want a to
the back country. : t .I am -:Uiitle 'of
eyerytiiing, bo I getoa, pretty WolUand
hope you woi't have me. shot by a cpurt.,
martiaV.',' , , ,
i vNoft". replied Qaptaid -E am
out of the. navy now, I iave turned
farmer too, and you ar quite safe.'" ' WI
hope you prosper, sir." "!tfot quite9 'as"'
well as you; Billy. I have eom into the
back woods, t-see if I obbt' da better J'.ii
Al"A . 1 A J 1 . 1 Tt'H
uniy stay wica me, sir saia biuw
"and I will repay all your good offices."
"No, lam going oq A1littlaifrther,s
"You may go farther and fare worseQ
sir." "Perhaps so;, but, I believe it is
bedtime, and so good nlgiiti'Mf.'fjfiosf.
I he next morning Captain 11 Pro.l7
ceeded , on his , way, .reflecting on the
singular storypf "Billy MorgariJ whWe
pranks ou board the frigate tad cbnviri-"
ced a great many men of the existence"
of ghosts, "and' thrown the gloom 'of st3
pet 8tifioirii horror toVer the temaiirderof
their lives. "Not a sailor," thought be;!
"out of more than five-hundred, with tbe
exception of a singlet one, bnt will go to, w
his grave in the full belief of Billy Mor- .
gan's supernatural appearances. What'
an unlucky adventure' is thiV mi net
It has spoiled one of the" beBt-airfVent-"
jeated ghost stories of this or anjP pre-'4
ceding agiS." ' l Vftin:-i .mjs; iv -r
j ::!. i!l 7T ? il lawii' '. 1 . ''.' i .:1Jm(i
Josh Billings on Cupid.
! JMs real. singular, what a man-killej?
and, woroan-killer th.2,fjjipid iSfiot,,,
pneof his heft. " ' ;,, .
. He is pictured out on paper about the
size of a four year oil Fat Boy babyjHritl
a pair 6f "wines' abotit'as large" ks atnf.,'
; butterfly's, and is armed with a bow and '0
' arrews,that . migbt.pwsibly- answer,
kill bumblebees t ftijir paces.,,, imij n,
, j This little fellow has. bagged,; mora,
; game with his wooden shuteing-irons
i tha'tf -all'the- 'ih6evfhat!,h"as''eyer "MSrT
I He has in his qniv iBrmrrieraDre api"
row, Bome fow -pi'tlteHj irpnedingeaaT .
, in e. love, and feathered with good sens,
but most of them wopla ;MeB too- tntrT
' fling tew be at.all dangerous if I hadn't.
lyvitainy own ejres, uutieu uim at wora,.
jwitK then,','' both' at'' trials :.'afi fi1 .'fem'alA'!
.game, both' sitting 'and flying,' arid seed
Uhe many dead shots Its iade4ia4 -.1 an Z
i , I- have ; keen I at-i sum - paina for- ten nj
, watch hia:-s maneoversfl where -1 havetm
.happened tew, be, and the follow jpg rec?,
bra is a faithful' , "history 'of this JitCo
chap 8 bloody hi :, u t.
en Slocum, aged nineteen years,
;weight ""about one' hundred !md Biflery-'
ponnds and good" eater, at work" by tha -"
month for' farmer' Breiwr, hoeing oorPu
.received his death wound from a garter1'!'
, belonging:; to Eacbpl fTucke8, i Brown
hired girl,. as ehe said Twkar waalarnr,nt
ing tew jump the rep dewth garde ttntrf
:i ;' Kate Freelove, youngest daughter' f :a
I. S. Freelove, Esq.,-who eonldplayif,
on the piannyr and. studied Ijatiu j-ona- 3i
tuarter, was shot thru by a paper )f
tuart's mixed candies that Frank Fever
sent her. . . t- yi r , .r
'. ' John Davis got his mutton cpoked byi(
- a spit curl that was dangling on Angel-
me 8 forehead. , .
' Billy Wetherby, a dry goods clerk,' .
died ' suddenly by getting intang 'ot'
one of- Koxy Matthews sweetest Sniilet' 1
acrost the counter. 1 iw'-; '
I Sally Munson disseased -without"' ilg
8troggle, Cause Pick Fenton's No&
patent leather boots,. and Californi salr -0
. taire.-.. . .-! .'...i - , ,.; - ?. i:nr,. '.:
Sam Benson, butcher, wounded. with, ,
a hoop skirt, got better; lived only "an
hoar, in great agony, after eating warm'
apple pies at Widow Stebbrn's: '" '- bn
Frank Hunter, 'maimed ; for rrfe-rby Mni
black balmoral :with 1 an 'orabf'stripsy1
in it. ; f! Ir::i!i 'nn b Vj sfi'.-'t nT
Should an acquaintance tread pn youtaj
dress, your best, your very best, and br
accident tear it, how profuse yotf" (Ira
with your " never minds- don't thinkrof '"
it I don't think bf itrdon'tt' carnal1
all." If a husband "does it he g&a'V1
frown, if a child, he is chastised. ' " ' ;u xI
Ah! these are little things Aayiyons1
They tell mightily on the hieart,' let ns --j
assure you, little as they are:i; t i sif
A gentleman stops at a friend' bouav- .
and finds it in confusion.". He-don'tf,
see anything, to, apologize ,fojrieyer
thinks of sch" matters---everyfhingfs .
' all right " cold supperbld ooirift
crying children " perfect coinforia-'
i He goes home,' his wife nas1 oeVrtak-"
ing' care of the. sick Tinea,' and 'worked!
her life almost --out... 1'Dont r sew why--:
things can't be kept ' in better! rden-t n
there never waa1 such cross children' be-i!:
fore." a' No apologies except awky from . I
, I Why not be polite at home I : Who jaot',
rise freely the golden, coin of courtesy tri?
How sweet . they. - sound,, thoss. little , j
words, Vthank yon," ,or-fyoa,.ara TftryLae
kind.",, .J)oubly, yes trebly, sweet fjrora. ih
the lips we love, when heart smiles mvk: ,
. the eye sparkle with. the. clear flight of.
; affection. .' " ' ', ,
.. ) Be polite 'to your cliildren.'' Do'jou',1
expect them to .be mindful of jour 'wel''
tare .to be glad at your i pproach, to bound,
away to ' your pleasure before "ybuf re-'n
quest is half spoken! Then, J with air,J
your dignity and authority : iaingle pot.
iitenese.-!' Give it a niche in yoar house-wi
hold temple. Only then wilr yoo hav f
the . true secret of sending ont into th a
world, really finished gentlemen and la-ut i
dies. .'(.tx' je ti-l X-i l uoJ