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c 'J n ;Omce in Faiiutt'a jtniUtiasV .
lxria-o''wotHtirr, " ; v :
V v .ATTOBJIKVS-AT.LAWj 4
.Offine oa lAiiwA street. Am boa Buildint f
AUCTION ;ANI COMMISSION"
t..4sBAj,-;: i-e:;-' n-Ji. .?;.
(J Auououeer and Dealer in Eaji tat Houaa
fcold Uoous, Ciothinc aAd Kotioud,
.i -...-.: .v. - 'Ko.7 Wertroaistroet.
a?j-t5Aiitt'ia
TH-KOOMS;;,:
aj;t'r!i
17 Barber and Hair DrtstTor.'' Hot and Cola
Eatfia. Haaemeot fueuigice ii .jjJiiK. -. ,
5- Book Bimiera Bhnk 'Bo' MannfactnreTS,
ir'ltcmtVBViiiUiaharavt!i i..'i "
' Opera HuiMingi f
T. M'la.l.fAiriw: CO.',
! M rioata atreet.ouit reeeied. an
aiaeant asaoninans.
t s uiaaVj pnoea.
vaiDiaVaKaaaa 4k-aisl live T-'faiia
,L4 Jjtuaeled bouse ur toodjiootifid; Shoes,
alio prices, &er isuiok justrcotiived.. . ,
' iSoaibtfiirri'srjeirlT"'
coAir-DEAXEits,;.;'
I ' . i j ;
OitiKU aY;6 .'
:.lk '. -. :i .1
i Dealers in fiusboreh' and tfhfbCoal. 'aTso.
joke, jtntlils)aaslMarinr Kip:-iy
ii Motto buihtreet. r
-VrMMStM' t MmV. H AiTi3r
H llltH !t SON,1
1 -tiaiiirirua,-oT ir ardi d? Aa Pfbd ace Her
eusnt tsuersi4 UMI t'Uau; ow '1 W. Urasvd
atreer;;
a)rf; iito7e J-GOIiS ifciIS- -. at 7
t1 'I IH !. i 1 !-Mr); IJ..I .1 j i' ..
D.. O.SMltJJI Jllidllltt,,' :."..
a"Manuiacturera aud ieaiers ia Frenoh. Ger
taaai and Amencau oraeii. Also,- txnop e k iris.
.stint .ji- v. .i.ii '.t u i lUiuveraiiluasat'i'
thil VAA.r!'s Wi.-: 1
-.WWmH.Hd Betoil Dealer Is :hina,
Quee. swaio, wans, fita UuoUs. Jainpsaaa lauip
k txinres. - ' 40 KorOi nigu street.
"Importer and wboIele and Retail Dea'ei
in Crockery, tjuina, Ulaoa. CuUsrjr, flatai Uoods,
CeWl iujpe. Ac
. . , 259 aouth High street.
deStisthy.;
lAiaAMlAl A,dk.Ulii!.K,
no. is Jsaat Broad street.
Cv& AtKK-WiDEN'i'ii. Tbe bejt styles
ot Dentistry, .tauiuaMu uunn's linprurej
Aiincral flaie. UUice, 10 aud II Upora ttloca.,
-a ,
Cr fcwsxLk' vW.," -;
a Dealers ia Dry Uuodj. Notions'. Carpets. Oi
Cloths. AiauuniS. fiadeiir bh.Ur IJafia. axui Urs,;
curaotiliiiasMMiJt'rieuu aueeu. ( o iu.J.v I
- - j ,. ' ;.- i- .n'M.-iai ''-', '1 ' ' ' ''''j1
-r111iottthHign street,
t arpeta' K4ttingi,Oil Ulotha.tnrtains, dta. la ana
0 W bolejale aad Ketah Dealers io Staple aid
auy,'Dr Uuotfa, aaaisnatSUHuaoiurei et laaaias'
I,- sj i.-a' ar-a a t ataa k tjMMsai'WAai
X! K.raia 4t Cow. omit dealers in Dry Uoodi and
AotiBs, uni couth luurta street. . -. ...
JA-H N&SJbU 4N "' -'' - '
Wholesalo and ReUil Dealer 1n' Dry Goods.
Asnchton Uaildioa. o.. 118 and. UK South, High
irxesav iv. r.i. . , ...... . .
I1..1IVII A HluUlil,
XV" Dealers in Ota pie and Fancy Dry Good and
OeaW mmsbina l wixms. Ao. a Jieii Jiaasa- -
V-Mieaaiga'i-j-ibiiaA t to.,"
VTvDaaaejvia tf tapia and raoey Dry 6bda. '
'M srltoi h-2. i..lootiihiraat.i
Lett tare tr and Domaasio Hry Good, Cloths,
iur,eio auu ouUi aigaaireau, .
,b;.,n;DliUGGISTS.:
- ivsak-ni4i )
O ' People's Drag Store', CSouth High St. Pfe-
1 Va-ui- Ast.lvU slttati. .. . . .-
r-".- JoaM 8. AubJiHTS. , ', ' "
DraggUt and Apothecary. '
S .North High street.
siaafa.fe; A atrMt
njuiusAts A at.k.i'Atl DttUBUlSTS,
I i -r; v-joyatnlitgh ot., CuiuuibuA. O,
fA,a(Jn; att ,!, A Jw., j :
Mr outeaata sas asau uruuuts. and Dealeri
igh street.'
AGiuvKa,:.
AAci.iJaahioaTAltBCSs!ara -and fablishers. Nota
rial ana other seals euaaayeA htatiier. r. '
oa. 1U2 aul Ml ooath .High street.
FURNITURE. -V,
4MrS-rtJAlfai:ea.f -1
VAaaoufaoturats and W hoi wale and Retail Deal
ara ia ' arniiure.Cnairs," Mattranes, dtu.-
r.at" ,. 101 Soatto Hign ot. (upart Houe.
,.i .i. i i - r . rr-- -
au io FuaaixciAi-.co., "''
J Alaauiacturerajut hratclaarBitarar Whole
sale and, luiulto arurvttuia, a. ami H Gwynua
block. . J . . ' .., . : ' ' r
e. HOUSE FURNISHINGS
B.- tt AAjIf-OOAbt.ta ,
. ". Dealer-ia 1 aatla, ptuye, and Hoasa rar-nninuigUuoat'-A-J,'tfl'
aud. Sheet irou
Ware. , , , wi ,: i m'H'w ttnsl...
A ItKBlS rUAIi j-Mh-titTf-t 10
J nxmn Ji'nrni-l-;-'ir--AtojAa.-Maatl-flitll
ippaivTia anA &M Aran, fttoves aud Alsnttaa.
TTr uHA.ijdttA Uuk A
M. 4ft
slHMBuu(A Huh itreet.
' . 't.r-r..n. 'l-.t.l Uat AMlJtAt ""nbt-
A. hitln Hardware. nouaeForarshinc Good..
Atarble ana btate Atautlea;Urataa, f-Tae, riet Air
A JMwaaaa. a.a. - j. :
jBUStllESS DIEECTCHY
gOOP .5K1RTS. y -
Manafactnrer a!bd Wholerale Dealer in Hoop
iSkirts and Oorscts. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepfaer
and r'aDcrUo.i4,lW?onth Highstp-zl.
H0W&; SEWING MACHINE,-
8.
: 1 L'.u. n l 1 1 - tjuiol 4 irnnfc
LIWUVl T nuu X" i(K J vnVUD IDUCIRM j- t.-iwaa -
:fr.tbeealetjrata.l KIU Howe Uuld Medal Sewing
Machine. " ' No. 810'Soattf Hi0 ttreeU'eor. Kieh.
HiVTSr4t"CAPS.
i mxwapd ttawjGoj(3 Sii-bout,h Hin etreeU I
i .' iiar. iitiliin lint.)
-..HOTEIaS,
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Wnpntiie-iiepot. '
J. H. DAVIDSOJr. Proprietor.
i iiMrr.li si liio I44 i bi,
! KJ Corner High anaVTa-streets.
. K. J. BLOUNT, Proprieton
Zt,T'l'LCU MOtJF., .'I "
i-Corner: Fourth friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables .
.) - . L. A. BOWEB3, Propriator: '!
i 'INSURANCE.-'
noNHccnciii nCTtriL life :,f
suraiee Company.' ' Assets. $16,100,000.
- ' WH.AMi80yi AKaot,!UelumbM.O. ,
NEWKIRK. St HllLTFMll KOEK,;
TjENh.KAL,AUENTS Security Life Iruuranea,
Compmy. , . : ' - Sit. S Opera t)ous
II'
OITIK ISSUUASCK CliaPAl OF
Columbus, O. apital and Assets, C40oi.z.
W- - U. HAkF.K. Seo'T.
iffie. tint. 6 A T Opera Hoose -
MILLINERY GOODS.
0.
, . tiin.uo!
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods."
101 rt. Hish street. Opera House Block.
MK!. A. lOWHlie, , . .
Deilerin Millinery. Straw Goods andTrun-
otings. Jo: B7 xortn nign street. .
r II WILKIE.
ele Dealer in Millinery. Press and Cloak Trim-
sawaa nd nancy Ooods. ijo ooutn nii street.
. MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAI- HArrsKBPI ilOHLbEBEK, . .
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Uents' Fur-
nishiog Goods, . ' , ,, .
-j., no ao fiortn nign street.
C W:NI!IWArDER,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. Also agent for the Diamond .Shirts.
' - lot . u 1 1 ; ..v, . . ...
TUB OHIO HEBCH 4NT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 S. High sr. Genta'
salts made to. order., toady-made Clothing al
ways on band. .
JOHN II. KItKEXBACHKK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Uents ornisbing Uoods.
rto.oi nortn ruga streets
JOHN fCJfTIJK, -MERCHANT,
TAIL03. S30 South High St.
Choice stock of Clothing constant!; on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
AKDKtW!! dt UCLL, '
Jiews Tealer9,'- Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 Sonth High utreet. nex' door to PoBtoffice. ,
rwKii. uuiiiilANai-.' .
XT News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both Herman and Kng.ish.
231 South limn siren.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.1
ANDHGWS HtSRl' A CO ,
Mannfacturera andDealesin Writing. Frint-
ing anA-WrapBtna Papers, WA-85-North Hightr
N, Vims A ai. ii fcitJ, .v ...
Dealers in Priming, Boot, Writing and Fine
Papafa. 36.314 40 Aor.h riigh street. - .1
PHOTOGRAPHERS." t
. .. - 81 couih High street.':
Ji.'rf.-a.J-n,tOTT, ".".'.
PHOToGKAPHEB, 107 South High street
Pietnres made in every style and eise. . '
.ir J.. AK4JHEH, ri. .'.
Photographs, Ambrotypae, Gemih etdt, eta
f-. ... . Mo.2368uath Highst'reet.
PHYSICIAN.'
'i -
--;iit. doiwivs, in. f. . f.j - r.
dm No. 3 Uoera Hoase. .Treats -DiAeavesof tbe
Kt0. ar. Heart. TbrtA&land Lunxau Ahm. DiRGaeM
of Women and :hiMreiv. . . .. '
PIANOS.",
Jr. sAAKitii 4c co, r
. . Wholesale and Retail dealers for Liehte A
Co.'s aud Manner A Jttro.'a Piaaoa. ' Also, Organa,
Melodeons and other musical iostraments. '
.1 . , , - . ... 36 North rligh ttreet, '
a i Aunt for Chickerinc'a and Eramersolk's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, jVietoaauas and Sbeei .uubie.
..... Mouta man street.
. RESTAURANT.
B
AKK EXCIU5GE KESTACHAST,
Curner Stale and High rtroets.
CHaBLKV AiYAR, Proprietors
V SEWING MACHINES.
Al A BHWlNtl ihachme;i
The best in the world.- Jioa. 1 and t Ooera
House. W. PiMMEK General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Roi orjiBiuto..
e Dealers in. Fine Warehea.' Clocks, Jewelry
Piaiedwai . bpeotaoles, to.. oll Lat Town
street. .' . -.a j-.?; -j--.
lAI'l S AMAtlttlitlMOV, .
KJI YSur-eessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
moods. Watch , Jewelry, riilvai Ware aud Spec-
tacies. JXt. a feu uouje. : . , -...-i - ..-
m . Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv . JiixJl South High street.
STRICTLY: , WHOLESALE.
B
AKCnOrr HKOI.SJCO.,
W holesale Dealers in Dry Uoods and motions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Blook. Town street. 4
RtUU, JOiUbS ACM
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Bnoti
and Shoes. ' Ko. S Uwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEKEBT CIVEN TO
' kit whom it may concern, that the City Baals.!
of Cleveland, aa Independent Banking Cuinpany,
organised and carrying on business as an indepen
dent. Banking iompany at the city ot Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General. Assembly of the
Said State of ubio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
1 be State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com-
paoies;" paused February 24tn, 1845. being desirous '
ut relinquishing and closing its Banking business, .
to ttat end has. in pnrsu-nce of the statutes of the '
faiii .-.tale of ubio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and aelivered tha
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said Slate of
1 1 K..1 j. h. liiwiHiTwl .nH haca orovided means and -'
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio to the redemption of iU outstanding notes ot
eirculation at tbe office of the Aiatioual City Bank
Of leve.and.-at the said city of Cleveland, where
said Cily Bank is located.
. Dons bv order ot ibe Board of Directors of the
CitvDankof Cleveland. July 9th. ixas,
AirJAl U bl W1CA. president.
jjll-dltawOm - - . ' ',
Notice to Bridge Builders.
PBOFOS1L HILL "K RE.
L J eeiviwl h.ih. . : i th. .a; nr v, n
,.1.?L!?l'u,, ln-the eity of Columbus,,
yatil THUKSOAY, Slst January. 1P69, at 12 1
forbui.dinx the superstructure of a 3-truss Bricge
aoross the Big W.luut oieek. on the line of tie .a
Donal Koad. in frankho county, ot two spans, each
spaa to be aix ut M leet lo. g. and 3u feet wide. "
trim out to ontr to be covere.l. by tne oet of oak
shingles, and weaiherbuarded with good first ooin
suon boards, '. '
I bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail:- All of said .work to be done to the
tttistactioa of the Board of Publio Works and the
ceident engineer ot tbe national road.
. Toe right to r jeet any or all bidj, plani or speci
Soation is reserved. -' ' JOHN A. BLAlli
, KesidODt Engineer Aatiooal Koad. '
I dec84-d;d r '-
j
1
t
j Tlie'Sfettrs of 'mMr!, -
kf THE t"KINt3r, K;CE!HTI.V OF
La datnarket, Pnrrv county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reetptioa of pupils on
the first Monday in September; lttod. For Board and
'1 aition. 76, b0, 8t and (M, according to the de
nartmeotot thepapil. . JsK, UO.-iK, Snp't. -
AdJre.tBox 61. ' ' ' , r auiSWdtf f-'-
; ;: j FO It ;- A LE. ' i .'
XNt 'PAlR,OFjOE GODVfN'COLTS: FTTK
V and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
Sound. Will be sold low.
tgM-dtf , " , , .. r , ACHaBD KETIJSS.,,,
MEDICAL.'
MANHOOD.
IN THE TOUNGr AND RISING
generation, the vegetative powers of
lite., are strong, put An a few years how
often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye,
and emaciated form,J and the ; impossi
bility of application .to mental effort,
show its baneful influence. "It soon be
comes evident. to'ihe observer. that some
depressing influence is checking the de
velopment of. the body, -Consumption
is. talked of, and .perhaps the youth; is
removed from school and sent into the
countryT'This is'onrj'of the-worst move
ments.1.- Kemoved Jrom ordinary di
versions of the-ever-ch&hgine scenes of
the city,' the powers,' 'of the body too
much enfeebled to give zest to healthful
and rural exercise, thoughts are turned
inwards upon themselves.'
If the patient' be ' a' female,- the ap
proach of thd menses 'is looked for With
anxiety, as the first symptom in which
Nature is to show Tier "Waving power in
diffusing the 'circulation apd visiting
the cheek wjth the, bloom or health.
Alas ! increase of appetite has grown
by what it fed on : tbe energies oi the
system are prostrated, and ihe. whole
eoonomy is deranged. The beautiful
and wonderful 'period in which body
and mind - undergo so fascinating a
change from child to woman, is looked
for in vain ; the parant's heart bleeds
in anxiety, and fancies the grave but
waiting tor its victim. "
HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU,
For Weakness arising from excesses or
early indiscretion,- attended with the
following symptoms : Indisposition to
hiXettion, Ltoss ot rower, lioss of Mem
ory, Uimculty ot ., .Breathing, (jeneral
Weakness, Horror of JJisease, Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror. ol
Death, Night Sweats, .Cold Feet, "Wake
fulness; Dimness of "Vision, Langour,
Universal .Lassitude ot the. Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite with
Dyspeptic bymptoms, llot Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the
Skin, FallidjCountenance and Eruptions
on the Face, Pain irt the Back, Heavi
ness of the' Eyelids, Frequently Black
Spots: Flying, before the Eyes, with
1 emporary buflusion and Loss 6f Sight,
Want of - Attention, Great Mobility,
Restlessness, with Horror of Society.
Nothing is more desirable 'to such pa
tients than" Solitude and nothing, they
more dread, for Fe.ar of Themselves ;
no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness,
no Speculation, but a hurried Transi
tion from one question to another. .?
iuesa symptoms, it allowed to go on
which 'this Medicine invariably re
moves soon rollow JUoss of ower, Jj a-
tityi Epileptic Fits in one: ofJ
which the patient may expire.,;-. , -,
.During the superintendence, of Dr.4
Wilson. at theUloomintrdale Asylum,
this sad result occurred to two patients ;
reason had for a time leit them, and
both died of epilepsy. , They were of
both sexes, and aboi'j twenty years ot
age. . - ' : . . -i :. .
Who can say that these excesses are
not frequently followed by those dire
ful diseases,' Insanity' and Gonsump
tion 1 - The records of the Insane Asy
lums, and the ' melancholy .deaths by
Consumption! bear ample witness to the
trutlt oi these assertions. In .Lunatic
Asylums the most melancholy, exhibi
tion appears". The countenance is ac
tually sodden and quite-destitute
neither! Mirth or Grief ever visits it.
Should a sound of. the voice occur, it is
rarely articulate. ; " -- ' ; - ,
TWith woeful measures wan Despair ' 1
Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled.' "
' Whilst weregret the existence of the
above diseases and - symptoms, we ' are
prepared to offer,!an invalaable' gift of
Chemistry for the removal ot the conse
quences : . Hklmbold s Highly Co-
CBNTRATKD FLUID EXTRACT OF BtlCHU
There is no tonic like it. It is an an
chor of hope to the surgeon and patient,
and this is the testimony of all who have
j : i i '
ueu or prescnueu it. . .
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. Prepared at II. T. HELM
BOLD'S Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 594 Broadway, N. Y.
RECO.tlHE.IDATIOm
, ' ' Grkat Salt Lake City. Utah.)
January 23. 1868. J "
Mb. H; T. Helm bold Dear Sir ;
Your communication requesting our
terms lor advertising was duly received,
but from - a -prejudice 1 had formed
against advertising "cures for ' secret
diseases," it was left unauswered. Dur-
ingan accidental conversation in a Drug
Store tbe other evening, my mind was
changed on tbe . character ot your Bu
CHU. It was then highly commended
for other diseases- by two physicians
present. Inclosed please find our rates
of advertising. -lours, tve,
T. B. H. STENHOUSE,
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and
Semi-Weekly Telegraph.
N. Y. S. Voi,. Isstitutb, - ) -Cor.
6th Ave. & 76th St, Central Park t
(A. Home and School for the Sons of de
ceased soiaiers.;
!
DR. H. T. Helmbold : Two bottles
only of the package of your valuable
BucuiT presented to tue institute have
been used by the children, and with per
fect success. In the case of our little
Lieutenant A. J., his pride is no longer
mortified, and he is free from the daily
morning anathemasof the chambermaid
who has charge of his bedding. I feel
that a knowledge of the result of our
use of your Buchu with the children
under our charge may save many a Su
perintendent and Matron of Boarding
Schools and Asylums a great amount of
annoyance ; and many a poor child suf
fering more from weakness than from
habit, may be spared punishment', " that
is not knowing it as a weakness instead
of a bad habit) most unjustly inflicted
upon them, ..Thanking you on behalf of
ine cinidren, and hoping others may he
line Denehtted, 1 am respectfully
jours, : . COL. YOIiKG,",
t 7 i. General bup't and Director: '
Jane 16. 1806. jys-dwg-woowij .
' DRY GOODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
GREAT liiKKGAIlVS
. IN - ii
HOLIDAY GOODS
;-'-'-.rt:--;;:v;-.:;,:i:
I
UUIl
" 'i :.i ;-':tt;.
UJU!WVVlU)
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. Hi gh Street.
'
. Real Lace Handkerohiefs: '
Initial Handkerchiefs; '" J'r ", . '
,.- Hemmed Stitohed Handkerobief.;
- Barbes and Coffurea; .
' Real Lace Setts; - ' - j.'j ''.'' M '
,' Spanish Lace; .', --; ,. ,'.'. i , "..
Chan eableSUk:-. ;
Main Silks in all O lors;
" Xadieo and bases' Scarfsj" . ;;.,'"
. Gloves in great variety and stylae; ; .,
Har a' and Alexandre's Kids; '
'' Large and attractive atbek of Shawls; '
Broohe and Paisley Shawls;
' Elegant Robes. '- '
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
, '' . AT.
$4.50 PER PAIR!
We hare in stock a fall line of Underwear for
Ladies', tienU' and Alis?es. . . :
lilLCHKIST, GRAY A CO
janl-ly ' Kos. 23. S5. 27 A 29 South High .
HUGH'M'S
iJ'l'.l'!
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS. 7
EXfRAORDLNARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY ATJ-";! -y
NAUCHTON'S!
Paronasera of Dry Goods are cordially invited Ito
' ' " call and examine too -
IV E W - " 8 T O C R .
' 'DRESS GOOD8'..'.'.....;i..:.i...CHEAPI
" FAKOY GOODS CHEAP
, - SHAWLS.. ;.i...L;;........OHEAPt
' DOMESTICS CHEAP
f " EVERYTHING CHEAP -
JAMES , NA TJGHTON,
. 118 A; 128 Soatta High Streets
deeia-dly - .)'",' COLUMBUS, OBIO.
i.t-: .
HOTELS. ,
llf AiUI,l HOUSE,
(Recently Merchant's Hotel.)' '
Nos 30 and 832 iionlh n Igrb Street,
COLVMBDS OBIO.'
THE riTEKSCil.0, FOR 'A WrSl
a. . her of years proprietor of t'.e National Hotel
of this citr, takes, pleasure annoo-eia to tha
Jiublio that be nas leasea toe above named House
or a term of years, h.dut thoroughly renovated,
supplied tnrounbout with entire new furniture. and
is now ready for tha retention of euesta. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that bis Ion experience in the hotel business and
bis determination to devote his entire peTsunal at
tention tnereto win enanie nun to give perfect sat-
ssiaction to au wno may x vor nitn witn tneir pat
ranaxe. 11. RK YNI) I.DS.
ti. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons-: also, extensive Stabling,- attended by
ooraptent and attentive hostlers. H. K.
declS-dlm '
ST. JATAES HOTEL.
(Fourth Street, near Ulaln, '
j ' - ' CINCINNATI, OHIO.'
BKSEY P.ELIAS, - -" - - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient ti business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
?aoe lor persons visiting the eitv. - No pains wili
e spared U. make tbe stay ot guests pleai-ant in
ever nartiau) . ,.- . myl'-'.dbtn
FURNITURE.
, XIOBlXli HALA. -. ' OHiBLlSO. BILLOWS.
0. P. L- BLTLKR. .
if aiji. bi:ixohh & inrri-Kn,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
ftou. 1SA18 Sou til tlig-li St.,
COLVill BUS, OHIO.
Iheir extensive Manufactory it at the foot of
South' t eft, on the Canal.
Their business tr. motions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend tbroushout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manulacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, D1NIMGR00M, HALL AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE
all classes and every design, of superior work
ansnip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
. ery description. Wholesale and Retail. .
febS-decdlv
COMMISSION.
: iWM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding , and Commission
1 MURCHANT,
' DEALER IN t ' ".".
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WIIISKIi Ac. ;
r t
Cern.W .
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e e.eto.
" L P F I 0 E :
Hear West End of NatH it ad BrldReJ
(.OLUJISUS, CJUO.
feMS-deodlv
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. . BaOOkg. ALBX BODSTON. WM. a. BL S
J- Jfc BltOOKS,
.-Cow. Klca AHIsrli 8t.f Colamoat-".' 1
Wholesale Grocers,
i r- , ' : r -DKILKBR IH
HEW. 0BLEAH8 6UGAES. A59-K IA- .t
. Inland Sugars, Coffee, Teae Spices, T ace '
- XjIOTJOZ19.i bo. .'.:'.-.
WHY ENDURE
A LIVING- Dlll!
- . .I'.'; I . -yu.
.' Wl! 1' -f.iil :-!:- n -T
The eenfirmed dyspeptio may almost say witn St.
Peter,1! die daily." Tbe object of this article is
not to remind him of IJ his pants. but to show
him how tobanish them I I forever- The rtieWnr
of immediate and permanent relief are-proffered
him in ,,r !:Jj . ;,ti tr-yr. . .-i.;ia-! :
HOOFLAND'S '
GiRMAN'; BITTERS'!
- ' :.- .,..' -.. t-. ... . .-:.
And it is for him to say whether he .will continue
to endure a living death. or to put himself ia
aition to reader life enjoyable. . . -
Of the efficacy of thit matchless vegetable stom
aahio are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its gr use. and eager to b ar
testimony ta its vir- V tues It differs from
any other Bitters in existenoa, in. this special par
ticular ittis not alcoholic. .
For sanh' constitutions and lystemn a require for
their inyigoratioa a diffusive aliinulanU. . . r" r
HOOFLAND'S
CEPAN TOFilCl
Has 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 choosing between thse two areat anti
dotes, should be guidel by his own condition. If in 1
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ton; but in cases where tbe emergenoy is
not so pressing, the Bitten is the specific reauired.
Thousands find infin- -f ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There ia no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or phTsi
cat prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in whioh.singly or combined, they will not effect
euro, '
' - -- l j ; ...l:
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Sbr'ngth.' Get rid of the ail
ments which interfere witn enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, beoome a. ..... '
Throngu the instrumentality of tha most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorauts and. cor
rectives.. as bitters;
J -.' J . - - 4-s :
I Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and
all the complaints whieh proceed fiom a want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
bowels, ara eradicated by a course of this great . .
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC, :
Which not only combat? and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves ia the sstem, but
is the best known sifeituard ngtinstaJl unhealthy
infi'ienctss. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits saojeot them to the deprensinx effects of a
Oiose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are
j WASTING AWAY;
Wirntnit any special eomrZaint. exoeot a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervoaa energy,
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as r refresniog and exil
eratins as a pool in the desert to to sand-scoroued
nd fainting travelers
j 4 HOOFLAND'S , ......
dERf AN BITTERS
Is compnseJ of the pure iuioes (or. as they are me
dicinally termed, fc.xtr.icts), ef Rk.K, Herbs and
Barlu, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
ki-d. - - , ' -
'" ' HOOFL AND'S '
CERMA;J TONIC
is it combination of
' 1
.11 the insrediants of the Bit
ters, wim tne puresp quality ot Jjanta urns Hum.
Orange, etc., making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the pub! ia ; u ..
: These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice; Dye. -spep-4ar - !hronic or
kervousv U ebi ii ty . mm Chronic Diseases of
the Kidneys, -and all diseases aris.ng from a disor
dered Liver or stouuch, ., . ; . .. j ,! .; ,
; . such,. .. .',.(.
, " , . as Consti-' ,
'w pation, Inward '
;:" : ; Piles, rullness of . .., . .,:
Blood to the Head... , ..i. .
)" Acidity of the Stomach. " ' .
' lfc fiamtea. Heartburn.-- Disgust' !' '
' for Food. Fullness or Weigh tin the : -.
, Stomach, Sour aructations, . Sinking :
: ' or Fluttering at the pit oi tbe Stomach,. .,
'Swimming of the Bead, HuriieJ and uifficult
Breathing, Fluttering, at' the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
' Dimness of Vision, Pots ot, Webs boiore tbe
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
.-, , oi the Skin aud Eyes. J'aia in the 'iT
, Side. Back, Chest. Limbs, eto.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, .
-. . '- i Burning in-the Flesh,
Constant Imagin
- . jt ings of Evil, and - ' : ;
" Oreat Depres-
Sinn of - . ,
: ' ' " - - Spirits. ' "' '' ' I
, , . They ara the Greatest and Best - ;
jBjL.OOL -PDRIFIERS !
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
irou bad Blood. Keep jour Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. Keep your digestive
organs in a sonnd. - JUfc v he-tlth vflimditinn hv
tbe use of these reiuedies. and n disease will evd
assauyou. . ; ., . .
Weak and Delicate . Children
Are made strong by the use of either of theserem
edies. They will cureevery case of MARASMUS
without fail
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the ban is of the proprietors, bat space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
ooservea, are men oi note ana ot suoh standing tnat
they must be believed.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
. OF PESYaVTAIWA 1
SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES.
W ho would ask for more dignified or "stronger tes-
- umuuy i -
! HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Conrt of Pennsyl
vania, writes :
Philadelphia, March 16, 1S6T. '
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, u-eful in diseases gJ of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- I efit in cases of debil
ity and want..f nervous act inn in the svs-ein.
Yours truly. E.GKO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 28, 1866.
I consider "Hoofland'sUeruian Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in etses of attacks of Indigestion or
ll'snepjia. I can ce-tily this ir.jffi my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: . - -.
Philadelphia. So 1. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters ' is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of ail age. . He pautfully yours.
JAMLa ROaS SNOWDEN.
i -V OATJTIOTJ. -s-. .
' . - " . ..
: TTnnfland'a German Remedies ara innntirf;t,l
See thit the signature of C. M. JACKSON
ts on tne wrapper ot w
each bottle. All oth
ers are counterteit
ers are counterieit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, 1'a. , . , :
CHARLES M. EVANS,' Proprietor.
..! ' r ' r . --
j Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO. , -
Hoofland's German Bitten, per bottle (1 00
Boonand's German Bitters, naif floaen...l 6 08
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
, par bottle, r a half dosen for $7 so.
! Do not forget to examine well the article you boy
ri order to set the' aennine. .
-7.i ' i r.i.. .-" . . ! -'! " !-.iotj-
:u 'j r. , , : ' -ij.a .
, i r - ' . - ' i ' I H 1
FOB SALE. jiT ALL' DRUGGISTS
It. i And Dealers ia Medioinee everywhere. ' -
jylS-dwAs aeowly .ii
i VJK tty, C7 wwimt
FROM BERLIN.
[Correspondence to the Ohio Statesman.]
BERLIN, Dec. 12th, 1868.
We are indebted Id' Coti'nt'' Bismarck
for ad authentic 'utterance as' to the
chances of peace now and a: few months
arro.'" ' At a meefinrj, in a special fTomrnit-
tee of the Lower Honse, to the faithless'
conduct of 'ha; 'ex-Elector ' of Cassel,
who transferred his sovereign rights to
this Goveniment for "a consideration,
ja'fid wanted them back as soon' as he:
saw a prospect of' war,' the Count ex-;
pressed himself as follows ; ; '' f ' '
" The Pmssinn Government have re
peatedly warned the Elector not to-continue
; exciting-.ill-will against them iri
the Press and elsewhere, as he has latr.
iterly been, in the ,habit of doing.-,-..The
Elector not only turned a deaf ear to our
remonstrances, but in his eortespondence
withthis troverntnent persisted in enact-'
ing the sovereign of Hesse.'. The more
probable war became,: th - more' dis
courteous were his letters ' ! I tnust'; here
say there, was a 'certain .-period Ji -the'
antumn. When peace appeared arrythirjf'
but secure,-. The misgivings expressed
by the public at the time were not with
out, foundation. -Happily these appre
hensions have since been removed by air
event which, unexpected as it was, has
yet exercised, considerable influence p
on (the course of European affairs. ; Still
the ex-Sovereigu of Hesse does not cease
his . - bitter enmity even now..; A few
months - backK . when he imagined Ger
many on the eve of a great international
conflict, ha published and presented -tor
all . Atturopoaa Uovernmeiits, .' and - the
most -; influential editors,- his protest
against what he was pleased to call the
'usurpations of this dynasty... Now, when
he can no. longer hope for an immediate
outbreak, he - still -causes.. himself to
be represented in an anti-Prussian com
mittee; established at Vienna undyr the
auspices of the ex-King of Hanover.
1 his committee, which, among other
members, includes--Dane and a Ger
man' Rtpublicarf, ' who ha9',preVioTisly
paid the penalty of his political 'errors
by imprisonment in a fortress,' also com-'
prebends a' Hessian nobleman "and late
adjntant of the-'. Elector. 'On-''these
grounds it has become indispensable to
sequester the fortunes' of the ex-Sovereign,
a measure which, I hope, will be
approved- oy tins committee and tne
House. Perhaps I may be permitted
to avail myself of this, the first oppor
tunity that offers, to declare that Baron
Usedoni'8 note - on the' most desirable
plan of the Italian campaign did not
Come to my-knowledge during.the war.-
It was Bent after me to the camp, bnt
lost on tbe "way." ' ' '- ' "
I Tlie nnexpected event nllnderl to'; iii
the above is the Spanish rebellion,' the
lulling ihfluence of which on the inter'
national relations of the 'continent has
been repeatedly mentioned in the conrse
of this 'corresprrndencej 3 " The serious
nature of collision7 from wlneh England
had snch a narrow escape in September
last, will ' excuse ''my 1 pointing to 1ht
speech of Count Bismarck, as a confirm
ation of what I felt -bound ; to report at
the timexouqerning the.".4.pix)gs of Aus
tria and 1 ranee in iulgana, Ivoumam-j,
Galilia and. Hungary, . Howpyer," .that
danger is past, .ana as, a prudeiy; .ana
cn rtmntrprl man. tliH T'rlissinn
Premier prefers folding out the Karid of
irienusuip to naroonng revengeiui jeei
ings ; against" those - who but yesterday
med itaterHid ' ' good ' towards : ; b im. ' , His
uraiio iu uu j naiii.uii guu-ma wiiii
Austria, so; apa rent in the last passage
of the. speech, was- likewise -evinced in
an Interesting debate whicli was held in
the Lower. House this week. , J. he ques
tion at issue was whether .the Prussian
legation at Dresden should- be kept' up
or abolished. On'tbis head Herr Wolfe!;
a moderate Liberal,'madesome rernarKs,
which, as they brought Count Bismarck
Io the front, deserve -ta be: bneny sum
marized.' Herr Wblfel said 5 '' ''"l
' ' In my opinion it will be indispensa
ble ta have a Prussian- Minister at Dres
den as long as Baron Beust (cries of
Count, Count!.)- well, 1, then. Count
Benst chooses, to , keep . the Austrian
representatives i there.- You -all are
aware that the" motive power in Count
Biiest's policy Js a morbid, hatred, of this
countiy and .: ; Gvernment--a hatred
which it seems he has -latterly been 'un
able either to control or to conceal. He
venge is his sole object.- 'TJnder.his aus-!
pices the -ex-Sovereigns of Hanover and
Hesse 'are notoriously urging the Em
peror of the French to go into war with
us. ' One of the means employed for his
malicious purpose is tue maintaining a
Legation at Dresden. I will not deny
that the Saxon Governmpnt' have been
thus far. faithful to the obligations they
owe to the North German Conrederacy,
but does this after the fact that there are
certain elements to be found in Saxony
which, however impotent to do mischief,
if left unassisted, may, by foreign agency,
be turned to account for' hostile demon
strations and the like t If -we look at
all Count Beust has', done 'during the
two rears he " has ' held . office
at Vienna, we cannot . but .ar
rive at the conviction that even the mask
of Liberalism he has lately chosen to
assume a mask so transparent that it
is seen through by all except his inter
ested satellites is mainly destined to
make him appear, in the -eyes of the un
initiated, a more worthy ; -chieftain" of
Germany than Count Bismarck. -Well,
we are eertainlynot satified with each
and every act of our Government,' but
to believe in the liberal opinions of Count
Beust would be incompatible with com
mon sense.' Were Count Bismarck;-to
turn Liberal to-day which I - neither
hope nor fear Count Beust would, I be
lieve, wee bis advantage in Decerning an
absolutist, aud accordingly become so on
the spot. : '"' "
Drinking in Germany.
! Goethe tells the following story, whieh
amusinelv illustrates the capacity fot
drink of the Rhinelanders i ii -ci fit.
' The Bishop of Mayence: once deliv
ered a Bennon against drunkenness, and,
after painting in the strongest colors the
evils of over-indulgeftce, concluded as
follows : ' " But the abuse tf wine does
not exclude its tise, for U is written that
wine reioices the heart of man. 'Probk
biyhere is rib one in' my congregation
whi?. cannot drink' foui' bottfes "of wine
Tfithout ' feeling any' disturbance of bis.
senses: but if 'any TOanilt'the'seVeirtli
or' eight"h bottle'' sd ' forgets himself as
to abuse and 6tnke his wife and' chil
dren and tee at hie best friends, .-aa.Ana;
mies, let .himlook, intcv h,ift conscience,
aud in future always stop at the sixth,
bottle, , Yet, if after drinking eight, or
even ten otjelyejottles, he'ean'sr-.
take his Christian neighbor lovingly y5
the handaffd 'obey the' order of his
SpirHnai and temporal superiors, let htrrt
thankfully drink his modest draught f
Uri-mnst he-eaiWuL bowevei, as - to tak- ;
ing any more, for it is seldom thatj .Pro-tt
idenee gives, any pne the special grace
io drink sixteen bottles' at a' sitting,ks
it has enabled me, its unworthy servant?,
ta ffrf wlthout'eahferegle
ties or losing my temper. ' '' in:
MISCELLANEOUSif-vcio .
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ANEW A!T COKIPLETB - fXvAIr' '
COOKING STOYE,.eominipg a1bxrf oven, i
good baking qualities, beauty of design. aoVVnirmy
of fuel, and eheapneB'.Hor sale by the -mapafaort
turers, who bave a fine line ol Wood I'ookin&W -Stoves
and Hollow-ware. GIU, A RKKVfJi uw
deo23 odlm-s ,.tFf-.:T -OONorth.High.i-.tT
The ( olnmbns and Hockins Val-a ,
ley Railroad Company:J'!li,
is fwtr-'.i'aar.i tt-K rivrt-.iti noxnsrnf
f Notice -to.: WttMJlilioXaJofyiKj V
Columbps. Ohio, Dee. IStarirSw'30 '
NOTICE- 19 HEREBY' GIVEN 'THAT TA
meeting of the StocknotaerJ of this (Joxrany "
will be held at Its office, in the- city of Columbus T
on Tues lay, January 6th, lf'SO. between. the ouray--of
10 o'clock A. M. and S o'clock P. M.. at whichf
thirteen Oiretors for said Company wid be elected,
and such other business transacted as may 'be
brnngfct before tha meeting-: SuekfaoldeM ale rant
minded that the la-v provides that "after- ibe fitst.
election of Directors.no person shalr voraan'any1
share-on which any instaUmeat-iedue and unpaieH'
j.j. jajjisi; "
-deciB-d3tawtd-c
-J. J r-ee'y asv) 'lirea..n .
Agents ,Wated--?l05'Jaw,,
i , xwo, ta hiapsi Ftt $4-
j PaptRevoiyiiig JJbuWeIjiJss
i Of America sand K a rope, AmertcA and,,
j - the tjsiitrd Dtuleawr amerleati 1 'fi'
' Colored in (0 Countiea-i mnt
THtSK cttfSAT. jviaps. fliowjrrsx
completed, 'how every' place cf importniwe.
: sll Jtadirpads: to date, t od tha .latest taltara
tions in the 'various Eur pean Sta'es. ' These
Maps are needed in every -ehout aad fatally in tamt
land they occupy the .space of odo Map, and by
rueans-o ithe Reverser, either -tide- carri se thaown
: front, and any;part brought level tolbe-ewe.-.Counrr
: ty Rights and latge discount given tnrgod' 'Agmits.'
Apply forCiroeiars, Terra and rtample klapa.o, -
liWlli iiMar nunLau.
defli-dawlm-r j., aCeinV SfrAff.
?a-..-.-.,t JJi'I",.'":. :i Vt.f.t.-T-
TOILET ARTICLES, FERFCMERY.t
! !;lt i. T-.i Jristi Tfa-iDi.'IMl' Tnf d vf og '.
, -,.3PNC?-G-CXWeitMT
'A full stock of'GotidaB, r tummeiVaudTLriki.l
j -7,v.i .itPr&W&S'V&'h-inf .jK-dt
! No. 854 North High street. 10(J
; decll-eedlm
, COLVMEPS, OH70v
t -'- ',' - u-ia i - i a fit'
500,000 Jf-ra
HAVE YdUT'S,l
ANY HOOKS, JT1A IZIXEN; SHEET
MCSICV Ac..ifc,ftha't fan wrSb ita -have
.bound in . -nice firm binding, promptly.. .at lowr
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
theity,bj giViag notice throttgh apoftUBoai wciajjar
the r f ' V
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
theSute.' - . " '' t t'H
Kooma 31. 30, 38 North HlKh trtnavS
(Over Messrs. Nevins A- Myers and, Statesmwo
j . . . . gteam ; Prinvine Omces.Ji - -BLASE
BOOKtl r; vr-,i Mj.oif- Jwj1
: ' ' i . ltLtiiKiBOOKS!! wnu viT
; "BLANK BOOKS!!'
'Of every descriptirn and Reality, from1 the tlfljesV t
to the loweet, printed If .desired, ruled and bouod
to any required pattern, and superior workmanhrp.
at tha lowest prioe. - vi ..Siji. i ar
Orders frm Ctunty OfSaers, uanks, Herchsnfs.
and all Officers reqairin CfKklOR BLAHKt
B00K.S. will beeaecuted piomptiy with oui per-1
sonal attention. - T - '- - at
-konr patroaagerespeotfttllyaolioited. -.--- n
.j i-i XV, lJ3FAYOB,a ; MA.
i oct3-deod6m, Proprietor.
; SIESERTLlXtiaY;
Blank Book Masufacturers.
! PRINTERS, BINDERS .'AND PUBtlSHERSJ'1
i ; .o i i - oi i S.iactl
Special attention paid to manu factaring fixst class
o every description, with or witlicut priatadHead-,
. inas.for " ' .
couhtt ormcBRs, MBiicHAjrMMaJivrarnrnDauTU
. lAhKKUS, BALLKUAD COJU" ANLja, ,aC. t ( (-j. . ,
jgw Full sets of Books made oa shyr noticVa
. warrantea to give periecfc sai.itjiaui.ion.
OPERA
aprll-eoui.v
HOUSE BUILOtNCS,1'
CLOTHING.
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. .:,'. CLtOTHINGi n ,!,.:
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE'!'
.lOt.ift
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.. . TftEOEIOi.V MWlilw,
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
l SO. 185 0PBBb6vSXB19C&,-1 V-ao
;.-i-.-.n celaraboa.'OiilA.y
' - --.r - tjid
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AITPKRBNEW STOCKctCLOTHS,
Cassimeres,' Overcoating and Vestings, both?
foreign and .Domestic, for; Fail and W inter woa. ' j
GENTLEMEN OF-FASHTOIT.iivL,
Will always And bof our material "e our wirk
to be in the height of tha mods, .We a. all. spar
no peins in producing the rdost elogmt and lash-'
ionabie garments to be found any hate-..' ill
t r!J
. EEDYrM ADE., CLO'
Of which a areat part ii maaafaotaaed by eaBnelvaav'
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways, be found en oar shelves, ia all lh varietiaaa
of the season, at very low price,,, v '.''lit
; GENTSiniiNisHrafi:a
In full U.&WWff&l-to-JMoW
, lii-.'H liiJOHN RICHi"raBuretr,,,,-,q,-, oJ h
' , vt . G. PcRKS, Foreman. , , .-
i ecl23-deodSm' i- i'H 'Uu.' -ul u lxifi
Oiiii. 1 flsri y-.ti'j'i a t'lia .'i!..iLm aiJ
FALL ; AND'0, WINTER1 COODS.':
I -r.v HUNTER'S''0 dsw tT
p.- 1 i ,'i iiir1 lo j-51 6.-.U lot Jtjm-jJ
191 srt'.iv.'"Sa
I ' No. 226'9ourth HfW St.a
t 1 ,W?s,
largest and finest stock jf,..,Fail,..M4 jyVaiaf-a,
Goods ever brought to this oityk oomiistjng of ,
jPx-ofteli, :': 't 'rj ,:;o,,uirwaiirioTt
jinsrimn anti' .ijjntitmq'i a a
5,14 :2ome tlo -Cloth ! ni.i 19
For Gentleman's wear, which. 1 will sell at Uielewi.
hst Cash prices! ; a,.. ii,ua
I Also- keep, , oanatantlj, on Aaaa.aViweUiHwliil
Wooo . . , ,. , .... , , . .,t
R E A D t . MADE CLOT H I N C.
w0. ':JOHW'HirNTER,w1a
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