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COLUMBUS, OHIO, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5; i869.
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: All trantimt advtrtmmmt mmtt t4 paid for at
fiUSHJESS XIRECTOIIY
AECHITECT. j
Re
kX: BROOKES, ,. . ,.
" Architect, Civil Engineer, to. '
-u tflioe over the Nsiionsi Jixcaange Bsnk."
ATTORNEYS.
BftASEKS & NASH, "
- ii ATTOKfiliXS 1 LAW -i
Offiee, So. S3 hoath ish stttet, Ambai Build
(ng. - . - - -.
JUIEii e. BVtL, ' i - " '
, : All'Oil, i-AT-LAW MAYOR, .;
c :-. rs,tv :- ,..-.lljOiS01nee..
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DWlBDT;eUlll
All'OKJiEl-AT-LAW A Hotar Publio.'!
- Office in Fsxsob's KnUdinsj. -
WILM1H Ar-WOtKtJFF,
ATTOMdS S.A-iaAW.
Office 69 ton th High . street, Aaibos BaiJiUne-
paQN AND CdMAlISSIOJJ.
T. G.BGAli, . ,
f V AMcinJDr ec3 Cesrer is KuTSiiUte'Bo&se
bold Uooas, Clothing and otioua,
... .. f. , .--rTWettJfcosdetseet.';
'.!! ir ? BATH-ROOMS.
; i , r;-.-
nEOHGG H41EB . -
Ur -Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot -and Cola
baths, 'tfaseiaant fosurfhee il jiWing.
BOOK BINDERS.
4?:
-Book Hinder. IftaBk ikicNC JlaatUaotoren.
rrinters and Publishers. -
Opera RniMing.
:;..:,' ,.:bqots & suoj.. . .
irr; j i. jwik.iAiri a o;, .. - ..i
, ,144 Santa- igh street. - Just reeeisod.aa:
elegant assortment. Xiew sUles.rloir prices, ist.-.
sUssyyuaMMH-.ui t.i.1 s.-.-..;va l-J
't CM'0BI4(4K)jt .;: ;
AJ Mthenofed fcee for okl Boots aniShoef
ft low prices, hem btook jaotrooeived- . ..
a-e&l - ; -;a(.Soutii4itghitrt;M
.i:OTO-iO0AL-DEAXiERSi li .torn
'I V ."') I ' 1 " .) ' !." I' I f ' f
ROBIKSOXACO , . - '
- Dealers in fittuborgh .an Ohio Coal. 'Ahtol
., . . r'- S vth-taighstreet. ,
'commission: merchants. i
A. .it -i. i i i... I i.,.; ..1 ,. ,.i ; t
H ,.rixcH ajon, . 4r...... i .,.:.
''ComtaiAibri.TorWardlng'and ProduoeMer
efaanC. dealers in Grain Flour, &eW 7 W, . Broad
atreet.
aMawaaw
rk CORSETS,
Sr UAUIIllsiAU -"i?ir:ir!i!r; )
r Manufacturers :aod dealers in French, Gair
land Auieriean corsets. " Also, Hoop skirts. '
Wholesale - and .Ratail. JJealet jn, Chines
QueeBSware;
re; Utasi; rtsted broods, tiampssmd faatup
Atixtures,
48 Norm tiigu street.
'A. riAti ,
t'.-A i:
t
V Importer and. W hetejato and Retail Dealer
in . Crockery. China, Loais, Cw
iUefy. Plated Goods,
Coal Oil Lainpe, Ao.
360 South High street,
.DENTISTRY.
AANEts-A eniiiinEU,
- -i ; -No. AH iLaat Broad street.
Wato bethea. Jr,(, .-:.-.
GfiiW . N ,"DENTIST. The best styles
of Dentistry, Anoladiug Duan'a improved,
Mineral Plate. Omce, 10 aud 11 Opera Block. . - .
,H- r,DRY G00D1S. 1 ? hf!
' ' - -i -
C CBEKLV A DO., ' i '- '-- ' '
.. Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oil
- Clutes. Aiatungs, bhades. Bats. . .Caps and Jtnxs,
eorner.aignana.criena sireeu.
JV1 If . BUAAN A r- ' '' r-v-:i "i
j - 148 Soath High streets
.Carpets Mattings, Oil CUtns,Cur tains, Stable and
Fanoy Dry Goods. ' v . . '
H 'l'.AUl.U.tAl,
.- W hoiesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
auey Dr Goods, and.aianufacturers of Ladies'
'! - -t ' - 1m o. iiiga street.
VOUHTH ST. AfAAK GOOUS 8 1'OliK,
JJ F. Krum A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods and
fcotiuns, 186 couth r-vurtd street. .'
JAirAAttt, NAtlUU OK,' .y .",-) '
Wholesale, and Retail Dealer in Drv Goods.
Naughton.Building, No. 118 and 122 South High
i,Msui A wibttin. V
IV Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' burnishing Goods. No. 6 Neil House.
, I l AAjCSjIIISSX, UASAV A SJO.,"
Jf ' Dealers in Staple and Faney Dry Goods. -i
-..i .n.i .!.... Ami9l Ouaui ilih ureet..
r' a V U.:Alll.fck A fill.
A. Foreign and Demeetio Dry GeodSj Cloths,
j Bnw ecc.i aao A sfax Ouu m rXigU-utreeu
.s- DRUGGISTS.
1 OMARS' SS Jig a 'ST. .
tX . People's Drug Store, 380 South High St.' Pre-
nnDnoriK ura nnv mnnDiiuiinin ui i nun rm - - -
DETOT-AKUOTOAtAi. - .'1 .A
JOHN 8. HOAliiliTS. v.., i
Druggist and. Apothecary ,
- . ... ' 364 North High street.
MAUPLE&HUSOX,
yV HOLLS ALE A RE 1A1L DRUGGISTS'.
; l"Q South High ot., Columbus. O.
DBAlN, UiAlCK A cat..'. '
ID Wholesale and Keiail Druggists, and Doalen
S U I rviirioufcljr unuuuiu. ,
. - , J 84 North nigh street.
HaNGRAVERS.
YlACMfcS A MOOtlE, ' . ' ,
It, Daaisnera. Lngrarera and Publishers,
7
Nota-
rial' and other seals engrared to order. '
. -. , - 'jiyj. 107 and lo south High atreet.
.PURJaTURlVcri-
(SI.ITIrlKiTMCIAAAlNEA? CO..
KJ Atanutactarers and Wholesale and Retail Dea
fsia r arm tare, Jtiairs, siattrajees, etc.
No. JMU South High SU toper House).
hio ri)KirrtiHr:eo
,J Manntactureri of fustdass t urnitBre Wkola-
sale and Retail M arturoows, o, J and' A Gwjnne
liock. . -
HOUSE . FURNISHING.
-ai.K AACRAStatONts A SJO..
Ajii.Dealnr. ia Mantles. Stores and House Fur
huibiiigUttwds.iAliOa iia.Copper'aod Sheet iron
I i. :-vM -r.'-rtT-F'r AW 1VWS teiri
.''..-,. ae.
A BkErlS OX O ajA, 1 -r,,-- :
i. House Furnishing GoJds Mantles, fi rates.
" Cooper. Tin and Sheet iron. Stoves and Mantles,
voviy . . -iaia South High stxeetTT
. iTns.TiVIOKKHIjrf,""
'A DnlHiia Hardware,HouseF'urnishingGoodsl
garble and Slate Mantles, Grates, Stoves. Hot Air
f 0raaoea,AQ, ;;,::.:,.; .) North High Atreet,
'v.;"i v ' tV' xi.;.Ui.-i- - S-rjo"; '
t ( fit q en i it , t: 3 loo -I "1 .
8USJ1TESS DIRECTORY
AHOOP SKIRTS. "
fc HEED, v-. - . -y
jCi Mannfactnrer and Vbolerale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
and Kanor (loods, 103 South Hiffhstf it.
HOWEc SEWING -MACHINE.;
BP. AXTE1X,
e . Dealer in Muincaf 'Merchandise. Boors. Sta
tionery and Faney Goods generally.- Special Acettt
for the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. S10 South Hisn street, cor. Rich.
ij HATS & CAPS.
ihs. m. ia. lbf,
'.A (SnccessoTto E.Lanf,) Dealer in Bate, Caps, .
IFart and Straw Goods' 338 South Hin street.
t . . ... (Sinn tiolden HU
HOTELS.
FZ7
IN - . . Opposite Depot. - --,
J. H. DAVIDSON.
Proprietor.
UAI'l'tD Si'ATKS HOIEL,
. Corner High and 4'own streets,
i - r IS. J. BLOUN-l', Proprieton
Zt-TTXEK ajOCNE,' -.'. ' " " '. I i
-Corner Fourth A friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables. -l , .
j iu A.-BOWERS. Proprietor, ;
i-r INSURANCE.
CONNEO riCtT nTJTCTAI. .lFE : .
- luranee Company. Assets. $16,000,000.
' WM. JAMISON. Agent, Columbus. O.
NEWEIUK Ar ItTILTEKBEKGEB, '
GENERAb AGENTS Security Life Inturanee
Company, - No. 6 Opera House. .
Hone iNSCKANCE codifAit of
Columbus. O. apital and Assets, 46G.514.X7.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y.
Office. Nob. 8 k 7 Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
v . KiiUiUOKs,
'Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
' 191 S. High street. Opera House Blook.
as-Kn. A. DOWNING.
JY1 Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
'CXI CI IU JMlllIliCl. 1 LI I" " V
No- 67 North-Hieh street.
mings.
JH. W1LKII,
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd Faney Goods. 130 South Htsh street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAFH ACTSEN A IIOHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishiog Goods, ,
. . , .-. " Ko.68 North High street, '
GW.N1SWANDEB,
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fur
nishing Goods- Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
1 - 121 South High street.
fiHtl OH IO MERCHANT TAILORING
A A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. Beady-made Clothing al
ways on band. . " . . -"-
JOHN . HICKEKJJACMEtt,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
r : . -.So. 81 North High street
JOHN HUNTER, - .-
MERCHANT TAILOR. M0 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS. ' ,,,
AABgEnScHCLL,
xxT '4iws Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High street, nex' door to Postoffiee.
FMfe)A. SJsALlANN, .
'News Dealer Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English. -'
' . .31 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES;
AnilHBWS, 4EHUI SC.
Manufacturers and Dealers In Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers. 83 A 95 Korth High st.
N
r VANS A MYERS, .-
irs in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 38, 38 A 40 North High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
RAlilsWIN A &TEVENS,' -
- . PH(iT(inni pukiHr-
61 SoushHigti street,"
31. EliLIOTTi'
fPHOTOGRAFUER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sise. '
D.
-J. ABCHEH,
Photographs, Ambrorvpes, Gems, etc., etc.,
" No. 33 South High street.
-. PHYSICIANS
If M. DOWNS, ST. .,
'J Xo. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Tbruat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
Jr. HARRIS A CO..
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lirhte A
Co.'s and Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Meloaeons and other musical instruments. .
A 38 North High (treet.
J. . "WOOOS, -e
" Agent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos, Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet Alusio.
. . , si ooum ruga street..
RESTAURANT.
B
AN K. EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and High streets. .
CHARLEV MYER, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
A ETSIA SBWIHO JTIACttlNES,
t- The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1'Onera
House. - - W. PI MM EL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.;
R IS. DUNHAM A CO.; ' -
e Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platodware, Kpeetaoles. Ae No. 11 Eat Town
street. - .
CtATES A MAKRANSji'I'ON,
I -fSuooessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers' In Dia
monds, Watch s, Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. , No. J Neil Houeo.
FA. A li lEUKBECX, '
Wholesale and Retail dealers in 'Watches.
Clocks and Jewelry. N o. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE. 5
B
ancuui r bkus. cvu.i - ,
W neiesaie Aieaiers in urj uooas ana n ouons.
t --.. 3 and 4 Gwynoe Blook. Town street.
REED, JUNES A CO.,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in Boots
andShoes. No.Ji Gwynne Blook. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
" all whem it may oonoern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dentBanking Gomnanv -atthe eitv ol Cleveland.
Ohiu.under an set of the General Assembly of the ,
C...a r . ll,;.. ... F.rlu " k n InllAinjnmnrtt, 1
ihe State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24tb, 1845, being desirous
uf relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tbat end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
saiil ntate of ubio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. ef the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said Slate of
Ohio to-be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Auditor of State of said State of
Ohio for the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of Gleveiand, at tbe said oity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. - '
Done by order of tbe Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. J uly 8tb. 1868.
- LEMUEL WICK. President.
jyll-dltaw6m
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSAL) WILL RE BE
eeived by the undersigned, at the office of the
Bo.0?f.Kubl'0 Works in the oity of Columbus,
?ntjf HUKSDAY. Klst January. 1P69, at 18 M
for building the superstructure of a 3-truss Bridge
across the Big Walnut eieek. on the line of the Na
tional. Road, in Franklin oounty.ot two spans, each
span to be about li 3 1 eet long, and 30J4 feet wide,
from out to put; to be covered, by tbe best of oak
shingles, and weatherboarded with good first oom
mon boards. ...
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with speciBca
tlons in detail. All of said work to be done to the
satisf action of the Board of Public Works and the
resident engineer ot tbe National road.
The right to reject any or all bids, plans or speci
fications is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIR,
- . Resident Engineer National Road.
dec34-did-r - LL
" The Sisters of St. Marj's,
OF THE SPRINGS; RECENTE OF
Somerset, Perrr countyT will open their lrg
and spacious Dunaing ior tne reception ot uuii. va
the Brst Monday in September, 1H0S. For Board and
Tuition. 75. 80. S86 and 480, according to the de-
r . . . . 1 wU t ) . t L' BMn
panmeni oi tuopuu, , outuwccDU!.
' ' Address Box 361. '
aunS-dtf '
; -1.,-. -. FOR '- 8 XE.' ' " '
A" aAIR OF VJOE GOD VlN'f COLTS, FI7B
V and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
sound. - Will be sold low.
J.i.r.'.f : v .a
MEDICAL.
MANHOOD.
IN THE TOTJNG. AND RISING
generation, the ' vegetative powers f of
life are Htrong, but in a few years how
often the pallid huethe lacklustre eyeV
and emaciated form, and the . impossi
bility of application, to mental effort,
ohow its baneful influence. It soon be
comes evident to the observer that some
depressing influence is checking the de
velopment of the body. . Consumption
istalked of, and perhaps., the youth is
removed from school and sent -into - the
country. This la one of the worst move
ments, f Removed "from "ordinary di
versions of the 'ever-changing' scenes of
the city.'.the , powers ; of the 'body too
much enfeebled to give zest tohealthiul
and rural exercise, thoughts are' turned
inwards upon themselves." L "
It tbe patient be a temele, tbe ap
proach of - the menses is looked for with
anxiety, as tne first symptom in which
Nature is to ebow-her saving power- in
diffusing the' circulation and visiting
the cheek with thev bloom of health.
Alas t increase of appetite has grown
by wbat it fed on ; tbe energies of tbe
system are prostrated,, and the 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 parent's heart bleeds
in anxiety, and . fancies the grave but
waiting for its victim.
HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT, BUCHU,
For Weakness arising from excesses or
early indiscretion,' attended with the
following symptoms : . Indisposition to
Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Mem
ory, Difficulty of - Breathing, General
Weakness, Horror, of Disease, Weak
Nerves,.Trembling, Dreadful Horror of
Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet. Wake
fulness, Dimness of Vision, Langour,
Universal .Lassitude ot tbe. Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite with
Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of tbe
bkin, .Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
an the Face, Pain in the Back, Heavi
ness of the Eyelids, Frequently Black
Spots J lying before tbe .Eyes, with
Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight,
Want or Attention, Great Mobility,
Restlessness, with Horror of Society.
Nothing is more desirable to such pa
tients than Solitude and nothing they
more dread, for Fear of Themselves ;
no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness,
no Speculation, but a hurried Transi
tion from .one question to another. '-
Abese symptoms, if allowed to go on
-r-which . this Medicine invariably re-
moves-r-soon tollow Loss of. Power, Fa
tuity, and Epileptic Fits, in one of
which the patient may expire. . '
During the superintendence of Dr.
Wilson, at the Bloomingdale Asylum,
this sad result occurred to two patients ;
reason had for a time left them, and
both, died of epilepsy. ' They were of
Doth sexes, and about twenty -years ot
age. ...,
Who can say that these excesses are
not frequently followed by those dire-
tul diseases, -Insanity and (Jonsump
tion T The records of the Insane Asy
lums, and the melancholy deaths by
Consumption, bear ample witness to the
truth of 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. i -. , .
"With woeful measures wan Despair
' Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled." '
Whilst weregret the existence of the
above diseases and symptoms, we are
prepared to offer an invaluable gift of
chemistry for the removal of the conse
quences : xlt.LMBOLD a Highly Con
centrated Fluid Extract of Bcchu,
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
used or prescribed it.
cold by Druggists and Dealers every-
where. Prepared at H. T. HELM
BOLD Drug and. Chemical ,-Ware
house, 594 Broadway, N. Y. ; ;
KECOTirtIEn AXIOMS.
. Great Salt Lakb City, Utah.) '
January 23. 1S08. ,
Mr. H. T. HELMBOLD-kZ?ear Sir ;
lour communication requesting our
terms for advertising was duly received,
but ' from -ft prejudice I bad formed
against advertising genres for secret
diseases," it was left unanswered. Dur
ingan accidental conversation in a Drug
btore the other evening, my mind was
changed on the 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, &c,
; T. B. H. STENHOUSE,
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and
N. Y. S. Vol. Institute,
Cor. 6th Ave. & 76tb St, Central Park
(A Home and School for the Sons of de
ceased Soldiers-;
1
;
Dr. H. T. Helmbold : Two bottles
only of the package of your valuable
Buciiu presented to the Institute have
been used by the children, and with per
fect success. In tbe case of our little
Lieutenant A. J., his pride is no longer
mortified, and he is tree from the daily
morning anathemas of the chambermaid
who has charge of his bedding. I feel
that a knowledge of the result of our
use of your Buchu with tbe 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
ot a bad habit) most unjustly innicted
upon them. Thanking you on behalf of
the children, and hoping others may he
alike benefitted, I am' respectfully
yours, COL. YOUNG, ..
; General Sup't and Director.
" J une 16, 1860. , jysa-dwAfeowiy
DRY GOODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
GREAT UARGAIN8
IN
HOLIDAY GOODS
AT
1.1 !'('
GILCfiRIST, GRAY & C0.'S
Nos. 23,25,27 & 29 S. High Street.
. ; Real Lacs Handkerchiefs;. . ,
Initial Handkerchiefs;
' ' Hemmed Stitched Handkerchiefs; '
' 'f, .' Barbes and Coffures;. ".
Real Laoe Setts;.; i-:' ; ',' - ; .
" ' Spanish Lace; ' -':1' ' '' ;
' Chan eabl Silk: :
' .j'" Plain Silks in all C lors; '
- ' Ladies' and ' isses' Scarfs; '
'iloves in great variety and styles; ' '
Bar s and Alexandre's Kids; - ' , '.
i Large and attractive stock of Bhawls;
-' Broohe and Paisley Shawls; -Elegant
Robes.
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
AT
$4.50 PER PAIR!
We have in stock a full line of Underwear for
Ladies', Gents' and Misses. ,
UllAJHKinT, UMAX A tU,,
janl-ly , Nob. S3. 25, 87 A 38 South High .
MUGHTOFS
aS T
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
. TO "BUY AT
U A ll G H T O N 'SI
Purenasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited Ite
: oau ana examine tbe , ,
IV E W STOCK.
i-.' '. A J.-' ' . 1 .-! I-
DRESS GOODS'.....'.!...
FANCT GOODS ....
SBAWLS
domestics .....r.:r.....
EVERYTHING ...v....'...
......CHEAP! -
...... CHEAP
......CHEAP!
CHEAP
.:..:.cheap
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 A 183 So a tli Hlg-h Street,
deelS-dlr COLUMBUS, 0R10 -
V HOTELS.
FKAJKI,irV HOUSE,
(RecenUy Merchant's HoteU
Nob 830 and 832 tenth HlgbStreett
COLUMBUS. OHIO.
THE FNDERMGIhO, FOK A NTJB1.
A. ber of years proprietor of the National Hotel
of this citv, takes pleasure i i announeinr to the
publio that he baa leased the above named House
for a term of years. hrt it thoroughly renovated
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now ready for the receotien of e-nesta. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience in the hotel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable biui to give perfect sati
sfaction to all who may f .yor him with their pat
ronage. . . H. REYNOLDS.
M. ti.k Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
competent and attentive hostlers. H. R.
declS-dlm
ST. JASVSES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNRY P. ELIAS, '- - -"- - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient t- bnsiness, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desiriable stopping
E lace tor persons visiting tbe oitv. fto pains will
e spared U make the stay ot guests pleasant iu
ever oartioul mylS-dOm
FURNITURE.-
MIOHABL BALM. CHARLES O. BELLOWS. .
0. P..L. BL'TLIB.
HAsUM, HKLLOHH & BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Noi. 216&8IS8ontb Higrht., -
COEVMBDS, OHIO.
7AMr txtenrive Manufactory it at th Foot ot
South tttett, on tho Canal.)
Their business transactions, both W holesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manulaoture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE
all classes and every design of superior work
unship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
ery description. Wholesale and Retail,
febd-decdlv
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT, '
DEALEB IN
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OCU, WHISKY, Ace.
ter t
Cern. W
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e c, etc.
P F I C K t .
Near Weet End oINat'l K ad BrldreS
COLUMBUS, OBW.
feblS-deodly
WHOLESALE. GROCERS.
W. B. BBOOKg. ALEX. BOCBTOH. WM. B. 8L D
J . & W. B. BROOKS,
'Cor. It I en ScBlgtx Ste., Colnmnu '
Wholesale Grocers;
DIALERS IN
NEW 0RLEAH8 8TJGAB8 AUD M IA ' "
. Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices, T . aeo .
XaXOUOBB. cfco.
febS-ly .
, V V medical. "
WHY ENDURE
A LIVING DFATII!
The confirmed dyspeptio may almost say with St.
Peter, 'l die daily." Tbeobiect of this article is
Dot to remind him of J his pangs, but to sbbw
him how tobanish them I 1 forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in,. .-j . :. . .-.-.'
; HO O FL AMD'S
GERMAN BirtERS!
. - i ....
And it is for him to say whether he will continue
to endure a living death.or to put himself in .
sition to render life enjoyable
UVING iiDVERTlSlaltlAaNTS
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every oity and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its f use. and eager to b ar
testimony to its vir- toes It differs from
any other Bitters in existenoe..in this speeial par
tioular it is not alooholio.
'' For such constitutions and systemsas require for
their mvigoration a diffusive stimulant.-
' HOOFLAND'S
CERMAri TOfilCJ
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held iu solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
Satient. in choosing between these two great antt
otes, should be guide! by his own condition. If in
e very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
his selee ion; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the BUters is the speoific required.
Thousands find in fin- ite benefit from tak
ing eaoh in turn. There is no phase of
Indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in whioh, singly or combined, they will not effect
eure, .
Exchange pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments wtiioh interfere with enjoyment; oast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, beoome a
new' MA.1V
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and correctives-
flOOFLAXD'S GEBMAaV bitters.
Biliousness. Tndizftflfinn- nnn,l Tl.Mltf .J
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
Ecuixr action in me liver, tne stomacn and tbe
owels. are eradicated by a course of this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tbe svstem. but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits suuject them to tbe depressing effects of a
elose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders wbioh malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are
WASTING AWAY,
Witnout any special complaint, excent a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- r TERS a fountain nf
vitality and vigor, as refresniug and.exil
eratmg as a pool in the desert to the sand-soorooed
and fainting travelers.
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the pure fuioes (or. as they are me
dicinally termed. Extracts), of R-wts. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely; Aree from Alcoholie admixture of any
kiid. . .,. ,-...
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAFJ WTOWIC
, Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit-
' with , 1. nnwl n ... 1 ... . f w . - r. Tt
Orange, etc., masing one of the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to tbe publie
agreeame remeoies ever ottered to tbe p
. These remedies will effectually eure 1
plaint. Jaundice, Dys- I pepria. (
Nervous Debili ty. - mm Chrome .
Liiver Com
Chronie or
IlisA.aA. nf
the Kidneys, and all diseases arig.ng from a disor-
uerou Aiivor yr fiwmi.il, . . c , , r
' such -- - - ' "
' ..- -I -as Consti
pation, Inward .
'Piles, Fullness of
Blood to the Head, t
. Aoidity of tbe Stomach. , .
' 5 auaea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Pood, Fullness or Weightin the
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming Of the Head- Htirrind .nri lliffinlt
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
iimDM ui isionj i'ois or vveos neiore-tne
Sight, Fever end Dull Pain in tbe Head, '
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
' of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
I Side. Back, Chest. Limbs, eto.
I , Sudden Flushes of Heat,
- ' ' Burning in the Flesh,
; Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and . .
Oreat Depres-
- sion of
! Spirits.
They are the Greatest and Best .
. BLOOD PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
-trom bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. A Keep your digestive
organs in a sound, em heoltby condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ev.r
assail you.
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. Tbey will cure every ease of MARASMUS
without fail.
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated In
the ban is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, it will be
oossrvea, are men ot note and ot luoa standing that
uiey must do ueiievea.
THE WHOLE. SUPREME COURT
OF PEIWSYnVTAIMA:
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. ,
-
Who would ask ior more dignified or 'stronger tes
timony i
; HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Penngyl
vania, writas :
Philadelphia. March is ifWr
1 find "Hoofland's Uerman Bitters" is a good ton
io. u-eful in diseases B 1 of the digestive or
jtans, and of great ben- ' I el efit in cases of debil
ity ana want 01 nervous action in the system.
. Yours truly, ..fcGEO. W. WOODWARD.;
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 38. 1866.
I consider Hoifland's German Hitters" avalna.
ble medicine in oascs of attacks of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I can cettify this lrum my experience
oi it. A ours, Wlia respect,
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
Philadelphia. Sort. H. 1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonic andas an appetizer. It h not an in
toxi ating drink, and mar be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
JAMES ROSS SAOWDEW.
olxttioht.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
see tint tne signature r oi v. n. JAUHoOS
is on the wTapper of U eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Offloe and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, ho. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila-
uoiiiuia, fa, ij . ,
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
XXl!xOJE:g3. .
' Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.... tl 00
- Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dosen. ...... 6 ee
Hoofland's German Tonio, put up iu qt. bottles 1M
I per bottle, or a half dozen for $7 50. , ..
; - Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to gel tne genuine. -
FOB SALE ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medioinea everywhere. '
: 4jlB-dwA -geowly , r.. .
.I'ilfNLIkr 0:iia:.aa,aa. I
FROM VERA CRUZ.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
VERA CRUZ. Dec. 17, 1868.
The news frorn this ; city does not of
ten present topics of great interest to the
reader abroad, and tbe present period
forms no exception to the rule. Congress;
is in session, and pretty active in pass
ing bills of a secondary nature ' and re
ferring to local matters; the construction
of railroads absorbs a large proportion of
public attention, and I will, in this, let
ter, quote two bills which the Executive
and Congress are generally anxious to:
convert into a law : The building of a -railroad
from Tehnantepec and ' another !
one from Presidio del Norte to Guaymas, 1
or Borne other port on tbe Pacific coast.'
Tbe concession foi "both roads had al
ready been given to a company of foreign
capitalists, but the enterprise failed on
account of the parties to whom the con
cession had been made having failed to
Comply with their engagements. ' It can
not be denied that from Presidio, del
iNorte to Guaymas no road could, until
very recently, be '' built, on account of
tbe late' war, which rendered any works
of that description a matter of absolute
impossibility. But no '. such plausible
excuse exists in regard to the Tehuante
pec road, and the publie of Vera; Cruz
and Mexico City say, with a fair show
of reason, that the concession should
not be renewed by : Congress,
but given to- other parties more
reliable in the fulfilling of their
engagements. New York - capitalists,
such as Mr. Marshall O. Roberts, tbey
say, have not found it to their pecuniary
advantage to build the road, when the
concession was made to them, . but this
is not the Teason why the privilege
should be renewed now, that the pros
pects of peace would render the enter
prise a more profitable one. : National
.pride and jealousy has likewise a Bhare
in the sentiment of the public, for it is
urged as an additional reason ' for the
withdrawal by Congress of the above
concession to' the American company,
that one of the paragraphs provided for
the admission of foreign troops on Mex
ican territory under the pretext - of serv
ing as protection of the property of the
company. ' Mexicans are exceedingly
afraid of further acts of "annexation'
on the part of the United States author
ities, and it is believed that Congress
will pass no law or make any concessions
during its present session -which has the
least tendency towards encouraging or
facilitating any plans of aggrandize
ment of territory, which may spring up
at some future date on the part of our
Northern neighbors. - '
A bill has lately been presented in
Congress for a general amnesty' to -be
extended to all political convicts of the
late war, and has met with a favorable
reception on the part of. the committee
en trusted" with the investigation of these
matters. The general impression is that
no obstacle will present itself to the plan
becoming a reality, and now that peace
bas been restored, no danger need, be an
prehended on the part of those who had
peen conspiring against the Government.
There is a great deal of sympathy pre
valent among us for our neighbors on the
island of Cuba, who are struggling for
their political independence, beveral
mass meetings have been held and revo
lutions-formed which are intended to as
sure the Cubans of the moral support ex
tended to them on the part of tbe Men-
can people. ; This sympathy will not, of
course, benefit tbe Cubans any, but goes
to show in which direction the wind blows
and what attitude this republic would' be
likely to adopt should the insurgents in
Cuba any time meet with decisive success
in their present conflict against tbe regu
lar Spanish troops and the representa
tives of the Provisional Government on
tbe island. - n io r h .-. ; . : .
Suicide in Italy.
[Florence correspondence New York Times]
Suicide is much more common here
than might be expected, among so careless-
a people. 1 do not know the per
centage for all Italy, but it must be
greater than with us., The pistol and the
pool are more commonly resorted to tban
liquid poisons and the fumes of charcoal.
Love, loss of property and domestio in
felicity are the common causes ; but life
is taken for the most trivial reasons,
and by very young . persons. '. Herein
Florence, we have just had three cases
in a single day. A ' girl of seventeen
throws herself from the Ponte Vecchio,
because she is discharged from domestic
service, for some petty defection. The
spectacle was a remarkable one.' At
least a thousand persons, mostly men,
lined the quay and bridges, and with
mute curiosity saw, for fifteen minutes, a
human creature struggling in tne water,
and not a hand or foot was moved to
save.'
A bark, bearine; a policeman, arrived
very leisurely, and fished the body from
the bottom, and then an unofficial phy
sician pronounced life extinct, and an
other policeman, in duo course, rendered
the verdict.
. Another case was that of . a young
man, employed in the Government ser
vice, who. blew out his brains in the
Gascine, lately become rather a favorite
place for : suicides.- He had written a
dozen letters, eaten a meal at a trattoria
near by, taken off a part of his clothes
and folded them in newspapers, so that
they might not be soiled with bis blood,
and inclosed a note requesting that these
and tbe -pistol might be given to the
woman with whom he' had been lodged.
The reason given for his self-taking-ofF
was that he bad not been sufficiently af
fectionate and grateful to his parents.
Thus one sees what are some of the mo
tives for Italian suicide.
How Richest Man in the World
Lived.
As every one is interested to know
boV so rich a man -as Baron Rothschild
lived, correspondents are particular as
to every movement of his daily life; CLt
is related tbat he rose every morning at
6 o'clock. His body servant shaved and
dressed him. Meantime,' M. Bondevile
(a teacher of elocution,-who fits people
for the stage) read : the .newspapers
to him and the gossip of the green
rooms i of.. Paris . theaters.,, IJe was
dressed, for the day at an early, hour,
putting on even a white cravat. ' He
next ' received ' 4 Prussian - named '' Ber:
uard, with, 'whom be" examined the 'qup
taiions fronvthe great exchanges of
rope, and decided upon and gave ' orders
for the transactions of the day. He next
received the -correspondence clerks, took
from them the most important letters
which required a toply from the Baron,
, T - . - . , " J' - - -
and approved or modified the proposed
replies to . other , letters. The almoner r
came in and reported on the poor relieved,,
and received new instructions. He then
went to Mme. de Rothchild for her in
structions. ' ; After the - almoner retired
the Baron received his experts, -men'
who kept him' informed of all art and
book f sales; they made, reports -or re
ceived instructions. .. He then , went to
breakfast. All the family met at break?
fast, and usually one or two of his mar-?
ried children were present. After break
fast the Baron went to his office (whicb.;
was Immediately on tbe street and Sep- -arated
from his house by the ourt-yard;
a' covered way reaching from one to the
other) to receive ipeQple.,At two o'clock
he would sometimes go to -the Bourse
or oftener.( to .the auction . mart, for
he. was, fond of buying objects of en-'
riosity." and ' pictures. ! H wooJd
return to his office and at- foure'deck''
drive down to Chateau de Surense-dr-i
Boise' 'de Boulogne, t returning ! at : five
o'clock to bis--club, 'Where be would. play t
whist at ten sous a point until dinnertime,?
During the. last part , Aif his.ife. be
became- eccentric, Jt good. , pi any
small matters. He earned tportmon-,
nie, whichwas closed by a lock, al-"
though he. never carried '"more thin
fifty francs about him ("if A foiah' 'carries1'
more he is sometimca let!" to ' ex'trava-1
gant expense," he used to say); nd of
ten ' nothing t-'alTl'He earried thof
key of this lock on his watch' chainU-t
The ; members of tbe club in the Rue
Royale used to laugh ta see ihe- baron i
fumbling for his key, and even bis bck j
(his .sight .was; latterly, impaired) . and
when, .at last, ,ba managed,-. le open, the
portmonnie, to findn.j empty After
dinner he received tympany at home, or''
went to ome theater. . "' .
MISCELLANEOUS.
it
P L AWE
in ti iiJ
)i:'J b-.:a - Jii"ti
-Mm
COJIPI-ETE COAtl1
k.Ttw.vr AKrn
J COOKING STOTB.'eomaiwiiiwa larae-oven.
good baking qualities, beauty of deign economy,
of fuel, and cheapnes. for sale y the ssanofaewl
terers. who hare a fine line ol J ood ooltuig.
Stoves and Hollow-ware. GI'-L ft REETE,' A
dec33 eodlm-r . .- -it . ii 9tf A'orth Higka
The Columbus and Hocking Valley
Railroad Company.
Notice' to Wtoclflsoll-wi;
'" A i:-' I: i -i I 1 J i f)I -B.fi .'X .v)
ConnrBtis.O:io.Dec.J8th, 183.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN - THAT A'"
meeting of tbe'Hujckuoliieri ef thisjConpaay
will be held at its office, in the oity of Columbus
on Tuesday. January ith; 18es, tot ween the hoars
of le olcloek A. M.-and I o'cloek f- M- et which ,
thirteen Dire tors for said Company will Be elected,
and eueh ether -business traasaeeed as ssayiae.J
brought before -tbie meeting. .Stockholders. are re
minded that the la-v provides-that "after the arse!1
election cf Directors, no person shall vote en any
share on whioh any Installment it dan ui4 nsoeaaV
...... I J ,. .. . - , . . - Hi, A,.
T I TAVV1?V
decl0-d3tawtd-f Seoy and Tree;
T-
r1(
Agents- Wanted 10-r j, Davei
X WO lb flAPSl FOtt 'If4.l'J.nl
-ci i 8iIj.IJO,X,JLar.u-,nijr
OI AnaerJc&aael Earsp.. America aaei
. ,.tae ijiiltett State ,r America.- R
3.-.I. j Colored In ooe eotwiaee.i 3n Libll
THtSE GKEAr ITIAPS. KiJW JTTST
' completed, show every place cf mvbrt.nee.
all Railroads to -date. -and tho Jatest . altera- .
tions in the various European Ata'.ea. These'
I Maps are needed ia every School and family in the i
land they ocoupy tbe snace of one Map, and by
means 6 Ithe Reverser. either side can be throwej'
front, and any part brought level toi the e-e.r Cena-a
ty Rights and large discount given to good Agents.
Apply tor t-irouiars. terras ana nampie jseps.1
-. AiLtOXL MAr BU KliAU.
decll-dewlm-r '
IS Cortland t-St.. NUT.
. JNO
S. BOBERTS,
DEALER n
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUME?!;;
AMD "' . " . "J
A full stock of Condray's, Rummel's and Lubin s
Extracts end Pomades, ; -d ;
Re. 854 Nerta Hlg-bi itiesit ' -i'- ' ' oi
decll-eodlm J '"'. COLVMBUB, OBJOi-d
Turnpike Notice.
THE SHAREHOLDERS OP ffB CAPITAL
stook of the Lancaetet, Lithopolie A Grove-,
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified tbat
there will be a meeting of tbe stockholders of said.
Company on SAT (J RDAY. FEBRUARY 6th. lace,
at the office of John Morehsrt. Esq., Lithopoiitv
Fairfield eoanty. Ohio at W o'clock A. M. ot said
day, for the purpose of electing seven Directors of
said Turnpike road for the ensuing year. u-j:i '
Jmar,.th..l89. g q put
President of said Turnpike 4!mpau.
deel-dltswtwAwtd ,r TfTf-
CLOTHING. "'
CXX)XiJi'Gr,,r,-!.)!;, 1o
CUSTOM ;ND READY-MAPEl
' . - .' - .THE OHIO ... , ... -,.,:
Merchant Tailoring & Clo thins Co.
' ' jro.'ts'H opxbA ttdts bLocx.""""
: ";'';;; 1 ceiaUies oaie. t
ASTJPeRB IEw'TOClt ef CLOTR3
Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, bctk
Foreign and Domestio. for Fall and Winia,wevtss
GENTLEME,FASini3SSr
Will always find both our materials end eurwerlt,
to be in the height of the wtods. We snail spare
no pains in producing the most elegant end leen.4
ionable garments to be feand any wjieies .
RTIADT-MADE CLOTHlTTfl'.
Of which a jreat part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable stylest-wilf lw
ways be found en our shelves, -iu all the varietiea
r ,1.. .u.n nur. new.. " - : 1 n
VI IU. DMBVUf mm J -- j..vw .
' , .eiMjU
GENTS' FURNISHING QO0D3
Infull lines, alwajg kept-on nana. o'.i-:iii ix-v.i
. HENRV MKISb,, Superintendent. .
JOHN RICH Treasurer. "
.ci riiKn.s roreman. i. .or
. cta?-deod3m ,,
'!7f!
FALL AND WINTER . GQgDSe
"-;:;i:rNT5H's';:ir
Clothing.
, ;,No,26outft;Hlsh Stf:
, ,.s!l --: CXsLDMBCJtV HJ.VL
I -'-I - ' I .1) JH-'r f-t r
I HAVE JUST K 3 C E I V ,B, TUB
largest and finest stock -'of 'Fali-and "WitUot
Ceodsever brought WtieaitremsutinAoX-0(j(
-."i -DoxiAetio:'Crlot'tmiii siw
;.-.'-,'. .. f iXACekMmUmeir-w Sctt4
Pot Gentian. en's aaei, wUeklarlUiaeu aA th oa
"iVso8 wnstantly onhami" i "well sOectet
atpekef 1 ..i;i 1.- a-. ,,! t mi js i ft jvyit
, READY MADE CLOTHING. ,
JOHN HUNTKB,
v3uSJ-diy S 6 ,,fc'-" " 0 South Uicailree-
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