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delivered by Carrier, per wee:.......-...-v0ts
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iVERTIS!NG RATES FOR DAILY STATESMAN
.light UkH AonpartHl mat a Sahara.) -
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Local NoTldis, IS oenta per line eaoh insertion.
' ADVa-nnsine Kates fob Tbi-W ialt States
HAM 76 eent per iqnua each insertion: for three
tooths or looser, a aisoonnt of one-half from Daily
I ABTBRTipmo roit Wbsmlt Btatwuma 31.50
per square for Ant insertion, 76 cents for each ad
t Bceixaas JiOTiCBS, 50 cents eaoh iniarUon; -
. JoTioao Lliiu,Uaa . . .- w
' NoTicg of M ASBiAer.8. 75 cent.-, .,.
- Kki.igiocb Notices. hlfprioe.
(raAHeiU odeerunMni mul S putd or at
Cm MtM tAey are ordered. .. v
e .ArchUeot, Civil jLocineer. Aa. : . ,,
;, OtEee orer the K etionsi txchUMte Ban It. '
TJttASEK Jfc fTAH, , ., " . . v , . - . .
luOffiae-Xat at beasa. igk tir.t. Atsboe BuBd-
Birlf-i - 1 -"- .
I " ATTOSS hi Y-AT-LA W A MAYOR.'
r''! .si !.i I v AlajoiOll0.'v
EDTVAHD f . PeUNt, . .J " , ,
' ATTO BN Y-AT-L A W A SotAr Pnolio." .
..iT .u!..K.t Ufheein Psrsoa'e BoildioK. -
- rOffleV- t oath Huh lueet. Am boe Taildinc.
CP 4- Aaetioneer atid Dealer In Saal EitAte Honsa-
tdtooaaA.(,inthin and Kotioue.
i, . . - T nn W et Beoad itraat.
JJT . liaxber and.Uair iJreew. Hat and Cola
Jtn. liAsemeot Fiwujfhce ii jiidiin.
0 Book Binder Blank Book Mahafaetarart,
rrintenand FiiDluhere. i v- - -
r So'uhi "fliAti etreetP Just rfciX-i
wcaaaorimanB. atlew JAW'Puoea 4a
at tow price. iewhWjwtjec.nsd-,,,;
TCiiUJ UnJS VJllglPtB.qaagejA
S3BJt"iOM.4a,CO "i-T --
Dealers in Wtubarga. and OfftO'AUo.
ifc.iJiajaTUaanjibtoo Sewer r-ipe. -; '
jfo.yti Jortn riiiib itreeV.
JJLe ionuuiseion.Jr'or warding and ProdneaMer
aanta,deaten ltt tiraln Fkonir ., T W- iMoad
atroetj n ihid fJilIT
I'll:; ,vjs7 CORSETS'; ,
4r. n'M A KTl4Vt-A..MW-A;'rrflfe
4J' Maaaaoarar'aad: Ueelera iafrehdS, Oer
Bianand Amariaaa Woraeu, AU)o,tUK ottirU. --
- -y ' - ' ' .. ' in Opera Uott4e.t,
tnojvi OROOKKRYi' &b"!r ?!
i a I,;,, tiii.-! n'.r t.ii.in.'ii i-
"W fe f Wetkfi : DiaWrin1' OitUa.
QueeieaJie,'cUa tlatiii uToeds. jUajoiwaad laawp
lixtarea. ...;;'.' 4 jNurtnlisa atreeu
IX 3- A t',r
ve Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ia. - CrookerF. Vhina, UlaM, JuUer. XUMd Uooda;
dual UU Xauipa. o. . , ., . . . , . . ..
t .:.:-wiiDEWTISTRYv - ; - "
' ' f lNo- Jiast BroaJ triet
WeMeto be-thrtw..' "
VAanof . Dontietrr iaotudiac iunn impruraa
C lainl,,i6ni fa jftfota; .Al
Clutha, 3jatuhgt abades. bau, vapa and'jt'ara.
eocaex tUisa emajinena ireeH.
J At. oatfuAtiv 4
.i?- -uiyofifilSh itreet.
ilo,Vur4uu. oirle and
favor Dry (iooda J
H '"' c't,-A-. MI, .'' ' ' "
e . TV' hoievale and Keiail Cealere in Staple and
lcmrlrr Uooda, and AianutaatareFt of ladien'
CloaaiT" - ms.lliehiireet."
.-aif f .
XjOUAAAaa sr. ai
X1 i'.Xrum A Co..
oaeh dealers in Dry (ioods and
i t.t; r 1 .
; . Wholesale aod. RetaU Dealer in Dry Goods,
rianghton Bmldin. tium. liti and 13 Booth High
Deeaers m ertaple and Fancy Dry BoodA and
iaaata'l luntekiua auMl..iSe. Aetl Hoaae -
r Aeaaars-laytitaplasad faaoy Dry Goods.' -'l'
a ; --iii'i nt ,-,' 4.aPawutj 4iih street.;;
A i'ereia'aiwi: Ataaaaatier Itrr'Goeda, 'Ciotbe,
taraytto.. teu63a,utAAliaThtreeu j
J .People's Drag attire, 3e0 8onrli4ih'SCeFra
aonpaoaa care.Biiy euuyua .aed Mall Honrs.
1 jfclWA- ItAiljU 31'OttJi, r" i, '
t- -:-r VJUUM tM kUillkaMS. t6
ItnctiAt and Acovhecaxy.
... - I. j. .. 364 Berth High street.
. ,3U ij
At't.i Ac K isun, ' i - J
whmaw Ktl'AlL DRUGGISTS. -
-I ; in pt:. yommbns. o.
M tttR'aiB.iA ou.. i : . .
X- W holeeal a a nd Ketail Dra(iato, and Dealer,
i a rxvpraeiary jiedioinee. '
-i :' .. j"4 Worth Dih itreet.
KlWaatuSl A ineiOKbi )
i. Deeieuera. teaaraeers and FaMiaheer.' Ifota-
tiat'aadoUieraeale eaaraTadao order.
-. v . .. los and lueseetU High street.-
Maoafaoturai aod Wholesale aod Retail Dear
r ia Aarnmuej, tibairt, MawraMes, eio.
, ,A.,aitta,nAiio&,twpef House).
N ..I.I . II . . ' . I. . , . I,. I 'I. .1 I I I. I .
Ouiv VfjMaidTiJiftALOo:'' '.--, .i ...i
i Atawrtaotarara of arstelaat r arnttare. Whole-
Stle'-aaor atetait fVareeoeou, , 1 and Gwynae
look.: ! -
-I, s AaAiUS i Ao, Ac CO.r
XZi Dealers ia Mantiee. Burree and Home fur
nishing UooU. AiMl.1 in, (J upper aad. bheet Iron
Ware...T- t -,m M JLaat lewa .troet.
AKNS.& JTCABT,"'. -: .
Monsa .i'ajaisainceods, ataatles. Grates,
Capper, lin and bheet. Iron, b love and Jdaatlee.
. , , ; . ;3rtouthHiah street.
Dealera ia Hardware, n oase Famishing Goods,
Marble and fclat AUotles, fcirates, rU,Te, Hot Air
FarBaoee.Ao. j i. - aoMorth High street.
. Alannfaetnrer and Wholesale Dealer In Hnnn
iSkirte and Ooreeta. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
I.'. a i m J . U ' . 1 . r
H0WEH SETTING) 'MACHINE
e Dealer in Mnnieal Herehandise, Boo s. Sta
tionery and Faney Goods lenerally. special Aeent
for the celebrated Kliae Howe Gold Medal dewing
Machine. Ko. 310 South Hien street, eor. Rioh. '
HATS & CAPS.
!I Knueaanr to E. lnfJ Deafer in HaSs.TJan.
: Fori and btraw Goods 329 South Hixn street.
' l sun uomen nau -
NATION AT. HOTEL, I
I J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
riMirsi Ais8 hbrtzL, , . r
i- Cornet HlthmidTojur street.
K. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor!
Corner Fonrth A Friend It. Commodion
house and extenaire stables .
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
COIMNEC riCUT HITDAL LIFE
soranoe Company.--Assets, $18,000,000. ,
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Oolnmbne, O.
EWKIRK A IIILTENBERGEK,
UEN tKAL AUKJiTS Secaritr Life lasuranee
uompany, : - , jmo. a opera House.
ME urSDtCAKCK1 COMPACT 4F
Colnmbns. O. aoital and Asset. 3480.614.37.
W. C. Al. BAKER, Seo'y.
Office. Nog . g A 7 Opera Honne
a Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
11 t. nisi street, upera tlouse B100K.
K!. A. UOWNINO.
S Dealer in Millinery, btraw Good and Trim
mings. No- 67 North High street.
e Dealer in Millinery, Drees and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fancy Good. 130 South Hih street.
r- J MERCHANT-5 TAILORS.' "
SCHlrHAIIftRN tc IIOHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealers in Uenta' Fur
No. 68 North High street.
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods.; Auto axent for the Diamond Shirts.
121 South Hah street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 S. High at. Gents'
suits mado to order. Beady-made Clothing al
ways on hand.
JOHN A). KICKED BACH EK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Famishing Goods.' ' riofi'
, - , - No.el rTerth High Street;.
.MERCHANT TAILOR. 330 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
ANDBEW8 tc BULL,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationer.
No. 66 South High street, nex' door to PogtoBice.
in At El. UHA.MANN,
A? New Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English.
231 Soutb-HiKhstre't. .
A.. . ......a. vw.a k-'' J '
Mannfactnrers andDeaferslh Writihg, Print
ing and VV rapping Papers. 03 A 35 North High st.
. w u .i . ..aa, a. r ri a. . . ' ,
VI. US Ac MVEHS.
Dealera in Printinc. KrvnV. Writinr anl Fina
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North High street.
BAL0W1N A DTCVENS,
I'M M Boaih High itreet.
a PHOTOGRAPHKR. 107 Smith Jtimh itrnaL
Pictures made in every style and siar.
Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto..
no. sue bouid mgn street.
PTTVRTP.T A "W
' A' ' ;J. :-XS. !--, te7--s-a r-i
"C M. DOWNS, inc. It .
JCie No. 3 Opera House. Treats Di seaies of the
feye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lung. Also, Disease
Of Women and Children.
T r. If ARRIS fc CcS.,
Wholesale and Retail dealera fnr LiarTita A
Co.' and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs,
. . i i , . i i - . .
awwwuB aiiu wuier musical instruments.
; 36 North High street.
e Attent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Alelodeons and Sheet Muaio.
-- e t.i SontUHsjiiatteet. J
ifir j -rim . f t-
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT
Corner State and Hhtlt street.
1 CHARLKV MYER, Proprietor.
A ETNA SEWING MACHINES,
t- The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ;
I 1). ULABtH a: CO.,
lAie Dealers in Fine Watches. Clock. Jewelry,
Platedware, Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 East Town
C' lATbS ec HAKKIXiiOH,
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watches, Jewelry, Silvei Ware and Spec
lacles. No. 3 Neil Houfe.
(71 A . V L LEiQUKREDX.
X? Wholesale oa .Retail, dealer! in Watches.
Clocks aadajewelre N. 71 South High street.
ANClAOFr BHOS. tc CO.,
w nolesale lleaiers in Dry Goods and Motions.
3 and 4 Gwjnne Block, Town street.
RE EO, JONES 4c CO.,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealera in Boots
and Bruies-,.... Na.Gwynne Block. TewixSt.-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
iff Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an indepen
dent Banking Company at the city oj Cleveland,
Obio.uoder an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
lie State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34tb, 1845. being desirous
ul relinauisbing and closinc its Banking business.
to tliLeod baavin.purau.aee of trtaetaMtMefteerrl
saia Bteujar.'jvan.jupB case maae, pamaaanw
aeemea more vnan uiuety per cent, ui tue maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ol State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bave provided means and
(i fen security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of it outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National Cjty Bank
of t leve and, at tbe raid eity of Cleveland, where
said City Bauk is located. I
Done by order of the Board of Direotors of the
uitf cannot itevBisaa. I air itn,-taoo, : . -
mull n ivjx. rreeioent.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
CEAIED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE.
JJ ceived by ths undersigned, at the office of tbe
STS 'innil,bJ1.'..0"" IO th" oi" of Columbus,
until IHURSOAY. 31st January. 1C89, at IS al.,
ter building the superstructure of a 3-truss Briago
Mross the Big Walnut eieek. on the line of the Na
tional Koad. in franklin county.ot two spans, eaoh
span to be about 1.3 teet long, and 3oH feet wide,
trom out to out; to be covered, by theoest of oak
shingles, and weaiherboarded with good first com
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in deUiL AU of ud, work to b. doaSi the
tatislaotioa of tbeBoaAdwf rufblie Works and the
resident ehgiireer of tneTlatibfial road. '
' Tbe right to reject any or all bids, plans or speci
fications is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIR,
Resident Engineer National Kuad.
; The Sisters of St. Marj'g,
OF THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perrr county, will open their large
and spacious building for the recrpfion of .pupils on .
the first Mo aaf in Septeaub, 131. For beHr VSd
i'uttaoBai 93, (o.86 aud-48,eecerdin r the de partment
of the pupil. bK. ItOaE, Snp't.
. Addret s Box 361. an3-dtf
UTOXi t$J Xa.E.
A PAIR OF "JOE GOD VIN" COLTS, FITE
and Bix years' old. very handsome, kind and
It 'ti . - ! . !..i-i I!
i; -a i
.7 :.:,'.i '
IliVlllltlJll UlliXll W VVIUj
:I1 .-I. "; :) :'wyt 3 .j.i-
Nos. 23, 25, 27 t 29 S. High Street.
s-!. ...'-.ii . i It.iUt jyu ''...
-.' Hi'i ' . .' i ! i: i v .!.. t !:.. -
pn Real Lace Handkerchiefs; i ,
. . Initial Handkerohiefe; . ; , , ,-i
, ;,- Hemmed Stitched Handkerchiefs; ... ...
Barbe and Coftures; , ,.. ,
Beat Lace Setts; n
Spanish Laeet ui . - j" 'V i t
. Chan -cable Silk . .-v; y,-vi.ii ; -.
Plaiii Silk In aU O Ion; ' ''-
V, Ladies' and issee' Scarfs: '. ... , 'y
Glove in great variety anil styles- ' '"'-''
r Har a and Alexandre" "Kid; " - '
Large and attractive stock of Shawl; -' 1 ' ' -"
- 1 Broche and PableySbawi; -: - '
Elegant Bobe. ' ' 1
.. . . . . . , .' ' .!. '
1 do' P AIRS - B L A N E ETS
' . . : : ' ". ; : : I 1 '
. . ' . ' AT : ' :
$4.50 PER FAIR I A
We have in stock a full line of Underwear for
Ladies1, Gents' and Mies.
GIliOHKIST. GRAY ACO., '?
janl-iy T ' ' No. 33. s, 37 A 33 South High '-.
FALti : -ANi?. WINTER
: DRY GOODS:
EX! RA0RD1NARY INDUCEMENTS
1'-': .;; '-.
Ww t..t-yg,, t- rA c- . T
' j : - - 1 - - . r."
ParoBAsen of Dry Good are eordiaUy invited .to
- ' - oaii ana examine ine ; .,
-' . i n -
' ' ' . .Tuf. ......V! -'i : I'll
(. . ! '-O. II'
I ,1I'1 : -. .7 .
N 'DRESS GOODS'....i'..:...'I....:CHEAPl
FANCY GOODS-............. CHEAP i
SHAWLS...-. ..CHE API
EVERYTHING .'. .CHEAP
..... - . . ..li t.
JAMES : NATJGHTON,
118 4c X22 South HI Kb Street,'
decW-dlj';.',' , vl j ' XOLTJUBHULomo.
-. t ' . (: ; r :
- . r ; : -n : ' . . - -
. -F .' liM ' . ' ' "
(Recently Merchant's Hotel J
Nes 30 a4 8)33) Soatth Hltt Street
00LVMBV8. OHIO. '.' " - '
t . ! . . . . . ' : i
TBE OfBEBSICVLD, FOB A NUM.
ber of vears DroDrietor of tbe National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure id announcing to the
pa one ttiat ne nas leased tne a Dove named House
for a term of years, h id it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furniture.and
is now ready for the reception of enests. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
ma ni long experience in tne notel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal -attention
thereto will enable him to give perfeot eat.
ssfactioa to all who may f vor him with their pat
ronage, t U. REYNOLDS.
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
tnenoua; also, extensive stabling, attended by
oompeient ana attentive noaueis. xi. J&.
deolS-dlm - -
ST. JAiES HOTEL j
' . JFourtb Street,' near Mala, .
r ' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BESSY P, ELIA8, Proprietor
X"HIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALT,Y LO-
aveateaana convenient fi Business, and to all
points of trav.l, ia the most -deairiablo stopping
place lor persona visiting the eit. No pains will
os aparea y. matte tne stay ot guests pleasant in
ever Darneui - - myiv-deoa
. H ICHABL HALBT. GRARLSS0.ULI.Owa.
.o.'r. L. butlab., '
AIinr, ' BGLlTuWrl Ac BUTLER,
FURNITURE' WARE -ROOMS
Na. SlSeVsisSontli Higrh'Sit.,
-:N'i''.;,CeiL,Dfl,BOS' 0BI,0 :
(7Air tatensiv Manufactory it at th Foot of
- AoutA Utl, on SA Canal.)
Their business tra-ieaotions. both w holesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They inanutaetma. .
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
Of all classes and every design of snnerior work
niansnip and finish. . Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every aescription, rv noiesate and Ketail.
WE MONYPENY, : ..
Forwarding and.; Com mission
: J .. r- "-BBA1BB IK .- ., 'i ' , -
GRAIN3 'OF: ALL KINDrS.
OUR, WHISKY, er-e..., , .
. it Price - Paid at all times for
at.. . -AJeT
Corn, W . I
. Barley, e c, etc,' .
F F I C E
Near VeslEnd oINat'l R ad Brllre5
C0LVMBV6, 0BW. '
W.-S. BKOOK8. ALBZ. BOC8TON. VI. B. 8L P
J. & W. B. BBOOKrl,
! Car. Rica tfcHIcb Bta., Colnmbn
I 2J Autni m
HEW 0RLEAH8 8U0ABS ABD M LA
1 Island Sugar. Coffee, Tea Spice. T ' aee
. AJlOTJORB. cabo.
I feb-ly .... i .
WHY ENDURE i;
:'. ,: !' '"' -.itn ! sii.- ;a
A -LI VINE DEATH I
The fmnffrm.il dvrmetitie maV almOfft sar with St.
Peter ."l die dailr." Theobieot'ef this artiole I
not to remind hire of, LB hi pangs, but tosbow
him how tobanish them ii forever- The meant
of immediate and' permanent' Tslief are proffered
mm in -i'o it to. I . r.a-
4Y t 'i.l.l.'J .".'1 UV3.1 r-T '.!'''.' ,.. '.i
.'.I .Hi; l, ,
Ana ic lrior mm to eay wnexaer ns ttiii tontine"
to endure a living death, or to put himself in;,..i ,(
ilion to render lue enjoyable. .-,,( ,
t 4J J:iu . 'i o.
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be fouodineVery oity and town in the
United ..State healthy men and women, rescued
fronV torture- by its AV use, and eager to bear
testimony to its viri V tuee. . It differ from
any other Bitters in existenoe, in this special par-,
tieuiBrrt is not aioonoiio. . '
; -Far (ueheonstitotiona and eystemsas require for
their invigoration a diffusive stimulant,
GERM AM TONIC I
Ha been provided"1 a Dreoaratlon in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in eolation by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between these two great anti-
Anmm .1.1 fe. ..I I U Ul- II.: I f I
a very low state trom debility, tbe Tonic should be
his selec ioo; but in cases where the emergency ia
not so pressing, the BitteTt tithe soecifia reauired.
Thousands find infin-. -fe-.j to benefit from tak-'
ing eaoh in turn. Taaw There is no phase of
lnaiaesxion. niiiousnees. nervous diseasa orohvm
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
n wnion, singly or comDined, they will not effect,
Exchange Pain for Ease
Ci l 7 .: -) I
And Weakness for Strength.'"Ge't rid of the ail
ments which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a Stronger hold
oi uie-rana. in snort, oeoome a
Trtmnirn wtisa In A H At.- A a1
a UivuBu tuo iugm lAUlPllMIH W VUTJ LUUQIi llUWOriltl
and popular of U vegetable invigoranta and coi-
BOOFLAKD'S .GE8MAS .: BITTERS.
.... ...-. . ... . i . -: ..
Bllionsness. Tndiaestion. neneral DabillivJ anrl
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in tne liver, tne atomaca and the
Dowels, are eradicated By a course or this great
Which not only combats and oonquer diseases that
nave entrencnea tnemseive in tbe system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
inflnenees. Persons whose occupations and pur
suit subject them to the depressing effects of a
eiose. unwooiesomeaimoepnere, snould take itrex
ularlv as a protection asrainjit . tlia Inar fnv.M n H
other dif order which malaria-engenders.. Inva
lids wno are
i V WASTING, AWAY,
Witnout anv sneeiai eonroTalnt. Axcnf . cmitn.l
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- JF TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, a refreshing and exil-
erating, as a poot in tne desert to tbe saad-scorobed
,uu iuuuus travelers.
!,U'''' HOOPLAND'SJ '
Is eompose J of th pure luioe (or. an thev are mi
diciually termed. Extracts), of Root.. Herbs and
Barks. makina a DreDaration hurhl. airman. r.n4
end entirely free from Aloohpllo admixture of any
i-.il ;- t i T .
Is a crrroTjination of all thelngrediehts of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of tianta Grui Rum.
Orange, etc., making one of the' most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the nnblia .
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundioe, Dys- I' pepsia. Chronic Or
Nervous Debility. Lm Chrome Disease of
tne moneys, and ait aiseaca arising from a disor-
aeroa aUivor or stomacn, ,
- (mob i -v. .) 1
.,.. a Consti-- , . .. .
; - Piles,. Vllnesr of ;
. . . Blood . to the Head, .
" Aoidity of the Stomach.1 :
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Rtomaeta. uSoar Krni f j (..ni Hinliin.
; or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach. '
Ttwimmina-of the flflarl. Hnrrfnrl .nrl HifTia,iilt.:'
Breathing, I'laUering at the Heart, Choking or
tJutfooating 'Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
ximnees 01 laion, roe or -vreo oeiore tne
', Sigbt, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, ,.,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Y ellownesa
of th Skin and Eyes, Pain in the ". :
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto. ,
Sudden Flushes of Heat, ! -..-
Burning in the Flesh, , ;. .
Constant Imagin- -
jlruiiii. ') i ings of. Evil, and i.i v
. sion of - -1
They are the Greatest and Best
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
iretn bad Blood, bleep your Blood pare... Keep
your Liver in older- .. i Keep your digestive
organ in a sound. aPA 1 bealthvenndit.rnn.hv
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
l.i -i i.-i ?ii.i-.; Vi -f.i-.'.i -..!'" ! '
Weak : and Delicate ; Children
Are made itrone bv the ntw nf nl rVi txr ff iteasaA ni
edies. - They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without fail. -
, Thousands of certificates .bare amumnlasedV la
the ban Is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. ' Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of suok standing that
THE : WHOLE SUPREME COURT
; T- - ' : I 1 1. ;i-
j -; BPEAK3 FOB THESE REMEDIES. '
Who, would ask tor more dignified or Tstronger tes
timony i r
HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
?iT. - Mi.-..-
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writ js : '
, . i . ' ' ' '' PHiLAnaxrHiAv March 13. 18T.;
1 find Hoofland's German Bitters" is a a-ood ton.
ia. useful in diseases- of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben-. . a a fit in cases of debil
ity ana want ox nervous acrion in the sysiem.
Your truly, . a.GKO. W. WOODWARD.
; HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. -
i -i PHILADKLPfft i. Anril 8fl lflfifl
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in etaes of attaeks -of Indigestion or
D. spepjia. I can certify this from my experience
oi iu x ours, witu respect,
. f.'-u . . JAMES THOMPSON.;
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Protbonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva-
Diavwritee: ,,1 ... ,.
' Philadelphia. Sept. 14,1867.
"Hoofl&na's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic aad as an appetiser. It is not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. - Re pectfully yours,
; , .. JAAlKa BOSS SNOWDEN, ;
... I .;.,, ,-.. 1jt' I"- .-'! "1 -
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature - f- ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of J . eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Offioe and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
, Formerly C. M. JACKSON & C0
v:-"- rJEl.IOjE3S. '
Hoofland's German Bitter, per bottle.. oo
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosen........ 00
Hoofiand s German Tonio, put up in qt. bottle 1 60
- per ouLtie, or a nan ooaen lor er ou. '
Do not forget to examine well the axtiole yon buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE AY ALL DRUGGISTS
' ' And Dealers in Medioinea everywhere.
j1;;'- clotiiln-g. -
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE I
THE OHIO '
Merchant Tailoring Si Clothing Co.,
! h ir. jrO. 185 0JPZB1 B0VSE BtOCi.,'" " ;
;.,"'. '.,'.' Columbssi Ohio.
i a' irrjpRnB new stock ot cloths,
ji Caseimeres, Overcoating and Vestings,- both
Foreign and Domestio, for Fall and Winter wear.
! GENTLEMEN OF; FASRIOF'; -
(Will always find both our materials and eur work
to be in the height of the mod. We all spare
no pains in producing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found anywhere. '- ''
! 1 READ
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices. . : ' :. ..
i i:,-"if !. i-ii i ' ' 1 . ' : i J.
I GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand. . ,',
: , . . , HENRY M K IS c.. Superintendent,
-i ' ' ' ' ' JOHN RICH Treasurer. '
I VV. G. PERKS, Foreman. ' l
I octS3-deod3m ! ... ;- ! ,;tti
FALL AND WINTER iGOODS.
! ' ; No. 220 South High St..
- ; ::" .;' coi-ijiitmjs, omo.
T HAVE JTI7SX K E SHE I V E 1 ra.
A largest and finest stock - of Fall and Winter
OWI.J W nilHim IrO UUS Olty, OOUBlSting OX
jFrencli, - ' - -
' jBaAg-lisli. am!
' jtiomestio Clotvhs,' "
t- Casslmerc., SCo.,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will tell at the low
est Cash prices.. 1 '
Also keep constantly on hand well elected
took of , i ..
-READY MADE CLOTHING.
330 South Hiah -
- 1..i. :1V- -. - '.-
A NEW AN It COCtIPI.EXE , COAL
iV COOKING STOVE, combining a larx; oven,
good baking qualities, beauty of design, eoonnmy
of fuel, and cheapnes. for tale by the manufse
tarers, who have -a fine line ot Wood tiooing
Btovesana ttouow-ware. .uiul. d; Ken v u,
deo23 eodlm-r 00 North High St.
TheOre-nt 9feleine for the Akin, enrea
" without rail, every kind of is. :
i ' alchtly ernptloia or the race,
1 v; or llilna-, Irrltntlnsi' or
- disease on any urt I
. of the penon, ! -.: : ; ,
:;"f( if nntrtt relimH w of thiai ndrttfytnlf tryrH i
iivn.. a ... aueaitvnwaana, Mnnmii.1. wni ll
Cliarle 15. Nohle, Gem-rHl Agent oi iUich. Central
B. B., ITJ Broadway, N. T. ' -' ;
IT. flail it n fnrntTinblt WmwV frrr feitsr. er., '
write Uigify Itro.., Druggists) Vairleld, Iowa.: , .
.f tir tried yoar valuable ainlu fnr Barber ,
Tfca iclra prwi miccm," writes C. W. Dumont, of '
Leominster, Mass. ' ..... " . . . i
-' Seadlbr circolaT1.1' Price, 75 its. and 31.00."
Prepared only by i SOLOS' r'ALMEB,' ' :
3S Went Fourth Mreet, Cincinnati, O.
For sal by Druggist generally.
: EMOLLIENT CREAM.. :
X preparation, -introiuced last .winter, having
received so many flittering commendations from
thos who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the. eublic. assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of. the skin
against tne moiemency ot tne winter season. It
not only imparts to tbe akin a deUoate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of th Skin,
it has no equal, while its toothing qualities and
delightful fragrance render it a necessary append
aee to the toilet. Prepared only bv MARPLE A
R1TSON, Dispensing Cbemiats, 100 South High
D..f I ' I m V. . . a 1W,.. na.Trl-ala.awl l.JM
THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CAPITAL
stock of the Lancaster. Lithopolis A Grove
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified that
there will be a meeting or the stockholder of said
uompaov on SA1U KDAX, f fcUlitJ Art! oth, losv,
.. ,l. .. rr, nr I..V.. LI....U.., cm i : .1 ; .
Fairfield eonntv. Ohio at 10 o'clock A. M. of sairi
day, for the purpose of electing seven Directors of
said larnpiae road tor tne ensuing year. . .. -January
6th, 1869, . ..
... 8. O-i HENDBEN. S., ;
! " - "' President of said Turnpike Company.'
dec81-dltawwAwtd - '. ' . !
The Columbus arid Hocking Val
ley Railroad Company, f
Notice to Wtoclflioldersi.
'. -i : Colombcts. Ohio. Deo. 18th. 1888.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the Stockholders of this Company
will he held at its office, in the city of Columbus
on Tuesday. January 6th, 1869. between the hours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M.. at which
thirteen Diretora for said Company will be elected,
and such other business transacted as may be
brouabt before the meeting. Stockholders are'rer
minded that the! la"v provides that "after the first
eleotion of Direetorsno person snail vote on any
share on whioh any installment is due and unpaid."
! ' . J. J. JANNbV.
decl9-d3tawtd-r- ' 1 r. . if-, .-tfec'y and Trea.
JNO. S. ROBERTS,
' .. ; dsalkb dj
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFD3IERY,
;. AHD : - ' :-
. Ia.3NTOTr O-OOUS.
A full stock of Condray's. Rummel's and Lubin's
No. 854 Norttt Hiarli Street,
decll-eodlm COLUMEVS. OHIO.
, ' CUBED WITH
; f DR. J0IINST0TS
The only Infallible and Harmless Remedy. Can be
given with or without the patient's knowledge.
; Brad Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunken- -ness,
its Consequences and Cure.",. Try
the' SPECIFIC, and be eon
IIANKEEING FOR1 TOBACCO
Cured with DR. JOHNSTON'S AR0MATIC
ASTI-TOBACCO COMPOUND, a sweet and
pleasant pi eparation creates no vomiting after it
us. Tobacco need rot be dircarded all at once,
for the Compound destroys the desire gradual y
ant positively. -l i , ....
I re SALS AI ALL DBUGBlSTa.-T-T 't
!-' " V AUG. J. SCHOELLER,
ii teplT-diisAwly ;- Proprietor, Columbus, O. -
ais R alfsiNS ' Xalhi
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT ' "
It I C II Xt T3 NEVIN8.
, COLUMBUH, OmO r
i ! ! i ' ' 1.
THIIR.DIT BIORNINOt ... ; - J AW. T.
Turnpike Notice. News and Otherwise.
Gold closed Id, New.'ork yesterday at
It Is stated that Greeley wants a Cabinet
appointment.' 1 "
Olivk ,Logan mada.a MtaU-iZariej3Vllie.
Monday night i-.i-ns-
T A LuTHKBAN'churca festival in Flnd.ky
has cleared $146. . .. ... ,
Tbk SprlnjEfield Daily Kepnbllc has en
larged its pages. , . ; . '"V. . ,.'
Hirvbry, a London haberdasher, was
the first advertiser; v" v .' '' ,'".
Kumor assigns to Col. Forney th. Post
master Generalship.-' f
Thr total number of arrests in St. Louis
for 1803, was 12;819.. '7
Is the last thirteen i years this country
haa lost $339,605,000 by flre.ir; ; ; 1 r
Hon. Charles itEEMifLpi was in the city
yesterday, hale and heartyii. , -, ..'.,.., ; ;
The productions of Springfield for 1863
are estimated at $3,000,000. 1 .
Two htjsdbkd AHD fiftt buildings were
built in Springfield in 1868.- " 1 ' 1 ' 't1-
Ox the 4th of January eight burglars
were arrested Ja Warren, O. " -i ..; i -p:
Pnk thousand and .forty-four toarrlagej
took place In LouUvUle last year. , ,7 -: .-,
A little girl in Essex, Mass, plays over
two hundred pieces on the piano, ' " ...
Ik quests . were held on the bodies of
eight persons in Muskingum in 1863. ;
: Xhb prettiest young woman in: Sandus
ky is engaged. Sosaysthe Register.
P. P, Stewart, one of theT founders of
the Oberlin Colony and College, is dead.
"Drunkenness Is more''prevalent than
ever in Pittsburgh, and. is on the increase.
Hexmbold has the most elejrant turn
out ever seen on the streets of Ne w York
Within twenty years, only five persons
have perished by earthquakes in California.
Fob the first time in nine days tbe sun
shone in Washington on Tuesday after
noon. ':V,' , . : ' 'r 'i'.
' A pabtt of colored men have formed a
silver cornet band in Salem, Columbiana
COUnty. ,' -., '
Blind Tom is to give the Clevelanders a
touch of his musical quality on Friday and
Saturday nights. ' " V- .n.
Twelvh hundred and - eighty marriage
licenses were Issued by the Probate Judge
of Cuyahoga, inlSjBS. ,. ' ,., f.
Postmaster Lander, of Salem,: Mass., ia
missing, with $20,000. " He' belongs to the
army of patriots. ', . . ...c is.ni: :
The sale of pews In Beecher's Chnrch on
Tuesday" night amouritjed .'to ninety-seven
thousand dollars. i . i :,.,...-;' .i
We are. now, tolfT that the Supreme Court
..." a ' ''' -T -'.,-,L' ' .Ua.. V a.a.a.1
Will noireouer a .u;t:iiiuu.,uu .,yij jucai
Tender act until in May. -: i . ,u: ..i -,!.;
The disbursements of the Corigresslonal
printing office for the year ending. Sept.
30. IRKS, wpre $1,309,000. ! -'".'i'
, ... j f !) t n r : ;
A recently married man In Newark,
New Jersey, attempted suicide, because his
wife whipped him for drunkenness. ''
Thb Odd; FeUows oi GalUpolis had
Joyous Christmas eve in the hall of the Or
der with their wives, and children.
i Onk hundred and thirty-five thousand
dollars worth of bonds nave been " stolen
from Cambrellng &Pyne, Wall, street, New
.York. l.r 1' 1 '- .'ii '-T.Hf)
; On the 26tu of next April, the : fiftieth
ranniversarv' of Odd Fellowship In The
United States, wllibe celebrated, in Indian
apoliSai: -j.'J ;."' '-. - !! ' -'' ;
j Acoal, black' negro la jiist reported to
have arried a, beautiiul white girl hither
to In the service of Prof . Allen's family,
Oberliri. '; '.;';, V ;'";;;;':;;',; ' '
! " Sia's '? communication will be found on
the fourth page, Now that he's got Jiis
hand jln, can't he write once week for
puDiication; ,l..-,i,w-.Jj .nn- , i i,.
The Guernsey County Teachers' Insti
tute, held at Cambridge, closed its session
last Friday. It was attended by 47 male
and 65 female teachers. : "JH:! -. ' .-:
. Miss CaRAluiSEBrBLLOdq gavea con
cert in Buffalo on Saturday night, and the
Comnrerclal Advertiser sounded the high
est Bote of praise in her behalf.- ; r -
Menaxd, the negro Congressman from
Louisiana, has gone home, having run out
of money and having become satisflfid that
his KepuWlcaa, bretlirea would not give
him his seat.;.: ;ii -; . . t-.
A writer in the London Times says that
the growth ot Democratic sentiment, in
France 'is! such, that the Emperor must
either check the press or abandon personal
Government t'j .', , '. ' . ;' '
' The Radicals were triumphant on -the
4th instant, in the municipal election In
Little Bock, Arkansas, electing the Jttayor,
a negro City Collector, and the Aldermen,
half-of " whom are colored. ' '
. .Judge Provides, of San Xrariclsco,. has
just decided that Chinamen are not citi
zens and, therefore,accordIng to the law or
California,, can not, be witnesses where
white men are parties to a suit, v
A German Lutheran clergyman was
recently stoned in Cleveland because he
refused to Include sanctification in the fun
eral service over member who had gone
into the saloon busiucss shortly before bis
death. - - - - - -
The Zanesville Courier is "perfectly en
raptured with Bloomfield in Muskingum
county. It speaks of it as a "Union Village"
'so strong that hot a Democrat resides In
it,", and then narrates tnat -a youtn oi ia,
Mr. Alexander Gillis, eloped a few nlghU
ago with a maiden, not exactly fat, fair and
rrtt hnt crptierallv believed to De eignt and
forty with the other qualities' to be taken
according to taste. , - ,
The Philadelphia News thus speaks of
Mayor McMichael Republican,) who re
tired from the Mayralityi'of the' city 'of
Brotherly Love on the 1st Inst., Yester
day witnessed the breaking up of the
meanest and most' contemptible despotism
to which our city has evej beer (subjected.
A pretender, -who has spent well nigh a
lifetime in finding out the ways and means
to ' make a living out of the public, and
who has prostituted everyplace toe eyer
held to personal and family ends, was de
throned ; and thus was our city relieved
from an lu'cub'us costing tbe people certain-?
ly not less, than sixi thousand dollars.
year, and no one knows how much inore
The Radical Situation—In Peace
Preparing for War.
.The WashinKton letter writers tothe
Eastera press are hinting' that; the tenure,
of office law, which the Journal" ,nd other.
BadicaV sheets .whose ' eqitifrs'are after,
office, are now very much opposed to," ""lU
not e' repealed until after .GepBANT,
clearly defines his .couree'.jri hetoes thcj
mark f quarely, by giving eyideqoe that th'a, "
leading Radicals can use him as'the potter.
doesr clay," moulding hita .iDto such fashfoa
arid form as they desLre, then the Jaw, will
be repealed,' bu,t If not, It , will remain ."jon
the statute bobE aspajrt, and parcel of .ijtwf
reconstructiod schemes,' yhjch, they, arjjue
was. so fitly applied, to PresidenJoHNspsj '
Disguise 'the fact as tey jtnay, thiyic-j
tirlous' party In the .recent presidential,
contest are "not satisfied'with the situation.,
Tht y fear that Grant has' a.will 0 .h,'wn,
and th'at he'will use it: '. 'mi
' Nominated for President, solelylausej
Be, was the only available" .'ciandidtej'ainc
hts" election, they ' remember ..'tbat; lijkj
JoHNsqif. andTYLEB, he was .edupatedl fa
the Democratic school, and that, when; ac-,
cepUiig the.nominatioqi.he w
to indorse, the Platform. , These facU aue
much ajarm, and tro,ubl;ip thecamppf.thej
Kadicals jeadprs, and .jtha. teur.ot.,fjace
law, a'nd'thaj whtoh -virtually., repeals Lha
Constitution, by depriving the,Pjresident 04
his powers pa jCpmmander-;in-Chief : of .t.hftj
Army, wiIL.be retafned, to.jthe' end, that, 1 '
Grant falls back on ijaoWoM
clple8, he . can be punlihed ,bj Congj-esAj
depriving him of the powers Vhichigh
fully belong to the Presidential office....,' '
If the war commences, Grant, we jthlpir.
wirf fight It out on that line if it USesTal
tnmmer" of ' his' continuance ' o'ffiee.
In the meautlrjie'4et us nave Peace."
&fij. -;H i i r: j:-....... u.rj
What General Grant Thinks
"ft General' Grant tt'l''ti$$fc$2
reprds E. B Washburne f a.tl,otpughJy
honest 'in'anf andBawII' 'nto'; hiiftij
Senator Morgan' as' merely iman of, .K
lars; Fesse'ndeii as ine'ablest statesman jjjj
the Senate; Sumnei; si,arUnwhul'ar,' fin
ished ota.toi; and faithful represeoiativi-al
hlStf4 -would nave-nrorr respecHoy
Wendell Phillips than he has, had he op
posed his election after"bis disparaging
speecbes.of him; Logan as the coming man
ot Illinois; Morton as too itjuch f poli
tician to be a fafe financier? ertnett as an
unacclimatod Scotchmttri, 'whose' o$''ii
money Heriry Ward Bsecher as tpo.'mucl
of a politician" to be a good; prea(hern'jand,
too much of a preacher to be a good pelt
tioian; General McClellan as' an able ebl-
dier, good citizan ancj pure man, with great
powers of organization, and that under,
bim the army of the Potomac was the bestr
organized, begt equipped and; best 'dfeelT.
plined army the world ever mw;'. 'Bugler as;
no t so bad a man as his .enemies, think nim!
with great force of character that iwonldJ
. make him a leader arihere; Grecle;yas''af
great and good man, who exaggeratesYbA ,
: bright side of human nature and.nttdetM
i rates its dark side, and is consequently Tlhe
dupe of Inferior : rnen-Saymond as ajuaiiij
ing Jack, moved at Will 6y. Jeward and
Weed; Sewaid as a man of very great iMl-
! lty and very little principle,' ahd,'Weed"a'
; a very corrupt politician. i
Ex-Gov. Wise's Property Restored.
! The Richmond Dispatch say that the
j property of; Es-tJoV.' ' Wfsit; Iri-!Prfi'(i i
! Anne countyvTlrglnial, wjilc l?ai been
. the possession of the Goyernoientiand ocl
! cupied by squatting negroes for1 Several11
years, has at length' been'4-estored t'o the
owner, but in a wretchedly dilapidated
condition. The restoration 1s niide u'pder?
the orde froni ' the; Buread ofBefugeea
I Freed men and Abandoned Lands, bearing.
' date. October 9, 1866, lrom which we make'
!the following extract! -: "L ,IJ '":ia!, ?
! It appearing tliatf certam parcels ot
, abandoned rlands arei yet borne, npon tue
1 returns of the this Bureau' in some ol'tbe"
States, and unconditional amBesty aad par
don. for.: participation 1 1n the , .rebellion i
having been-declared by tbe i?ret3ideac.ati
the United States, it is directed that allJ
i lands and tenements-held by this Bureau as
abandoned, be restored to. the owner; Lhejo-j
of, except in cases where the Government
has"' acquired the title1 by due 'process1 -of
law.?'. x:' ;';'Ji:,-i 3 ';' h 3-tJ Vi-niil
I The wonder Is that the property arel
stored at U lit roust i have: bren utterly
worthies to the Freedmen'sBureu,or they
would faavecUng to it wi'tn the pertinacity)
of a leech, wfth this difference, that i leech '
would faUyoff: wheay gorged. VSuci linen
.1ST i- .!
The Dayton Ledger of tihe 3d irMcqnJ
tains a leading editorial, -probably -written.'!
by Mr. Yallandlgham, 1 lnasmueb as. it to
tarred, on the Financial' qnestlpni ; 1'a '-j
rora "the entire' ab)lltlon p(. tbe iai-frtaa-wli j.
Revenue, as at present orgs.Bisdd,.wtth''it3i
cumbrons nmcblnery', its stanipg its braAaV t
Its licensesv its: loafers its army pflHderftj
and. spies, who are eating' out the. pepple'i
Substance, Its Inquisitorial espionage withii
every ;man's private affairs, 5 its1 KfatBnA,
upon trade by :' Its tendency to: dVlye'.;meti'
but of business .who regar4 an oath Sjs bi'ud- ,
ing by giving an advantage to corrupt men-'
to undersell those In the- market, its temp- ?
, tatloh to perjury In View of the dTanj
- a. ' 1 i J a.1 1 T . A. J
lagea vw oo gaioeu mcfeuy its ciiucuuj mu
weaken , tbe. solemnity of . loaths.nbyits i
continuous requirements of them'Jln the:t
transaction of buslness'--its c ebconrage
rnent of idleness -arjlike principle that
honey attracts flies),,ita jmmense patronf
age, its inefficiency in collecting, or at leajt
in. retaining publia revenue; and last-j4
ly, its open, and - notorious., jcor.nption,,,
which is doing more ,tbaa the brothels, of x
tbe abandoned in prostituting public mpr-01
als , As a substitute for all this, we wo'uld,:r.
suggest an amendment to the United States, x
Constitutionthat what revenue Is required. ,1
be . raised by taxing the property of .the,
C )untry for national purposes a, we 'fig, for l
State and county porpoBw' Hper is,n
amendment, the whole tox cpUiVdabooljot,
lected by State and county ntficlals by littla
expense, and the writer claims that .by tha.-.,
levy of one cent on the dollar yewiy.ha,,
whole debt, ilesa:, the currency, whioh the.
General Government. could keep in ci.rcu- ,
lation, would .-be; paid. off in fifteen jears.0,
'No fiepudiationln that quarter. i;31;,;ri-s i..(
-- ' ' '
The Ohio Statesman.
' We publish in to-clay' Register thapros-iort
pectu. of the Oaio Statesman,,, It 3s; a .
paper ot which the Western Democracy
may well feel proud; and under the etlf-'
cient management of its able rHtora.-.ilJ
' Messrs.' E.U. Eshelman and B flood, is
did teoman service in the .campaign, just,.,
ended. It is one of the best papeis putt,
llshedln the West, and should receive the"00
hearty support of all friends to theicattse ef
'Democracy. Mt. MUM ,Rtaiir.i I .H-is-w
, " ".funusa Jitll Sill ;fl
i The Toledo Blade ariTMEairesville Couirer
are' papers tfTBr'wobld-iiiot hsVeifi other
GreenbacK Isstied lest the currency should
become unduly Inflated; and" yet wani tnWT
legal tVhit'fi,W percent'.;
in this .S'taLto the, end , ,h'at mduey'may.be,,, !,
m'ada plant y i 'iiew'aJBtateAmanship iojcuiia
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