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COLUMBUS, OHIO,
FRIDAY MORNING,.
JANUARY 8 1869,
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lAJt T6eeaU peraare eseh ioMrtion: for three
Booth or ioncer, A aiaoonnt ofime-half from Daily
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per square for first inaertion, 76 oenU for each ad
ditional inaertioB,
-t)uRiiK88 Notices, SO cent each Ituertioiu" '
one or Dbatbs. 50 eea ; , ; ;.
Noricn of M ABRiAoxs, 76 cents. ' '
Bei.ioioi a Notiois. halt ptioe. '
Mtrmntimt mdvrrtutmmtt wuftU ftd-frat
Ii Um iJuy art otdm-tii, , . .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ARCHITECT.
f - T. BHOttKbt, '
XWa : Arehitaet, Civil Kngineer, . '
, . OSoe over the National Kxohange Bank.
" ATTORNEYS.
raisEts & rash, . ,
A- ni ATfOKNt S a I 1HW'
Jffie,Ir6-. 6&ouun iga tr. ei, Aihboi Emnd-
c'.'ii.-z.-.J. b- i .. .- C-JJ r- 1- 'r
JAJBtW e. BULL, .c .,
- ATTUfiMK f-AX-LAW MAYOR,
. .1 vi.,. ' ' - v JlajOiOffio.
ED ST A ft T. Ae LAN ft . '
ATTUBM Jf-StT-L A W k Kotary PuEllov
1. . . Ufiioe in Paraon1! baUdinc,
Sc. WOOllRCFf , .
ATTORSE1S-AT LAW.
. Clttce oal High lUaet, Am boa Building;.
AUCTION iANB COMAnSSIOIT
J. aaEAlA " '
Anotioneer and Dealer rn Bail Estate Hoaie
hM Uoooa, Ulothiu and Hothms,
' " ' - . . . iio.l Wet Broad itret.! :
; VBATH ROOMS.
C1KHifk MAS Mitt, -. v : ,
ataroar aad. tiaar Drawer. Hot and Cold
jtacW Uaaeaient fontofhce ilUdiiu. :
BOOK BINDERS.
Book Bindera. Blank Book ManttfAotuTers.
fHsstwsBs BMiahtn.' .
r -r Opera BniHrnn.' '
' BOOTS & SHOES. ;
ar. WIIJ.lAins, A, at!. a . -. -
jar 111 UnnrJt Miarh iaA. I .-.J
- - waW auBu ma wwa w UJI IVOOIVVU, SU
elegant asaorttnent. ew atjlee. lowpriow. ia-
f a 1 aAMI . -,f i .. -
U la Ana neted hooaa -for good Boots and Shoe
at loit prices. Aon btoek ja received-
r.. . ;. jrj boaiii Ui(h street.
.in!.,. COAL 'DEALERS.-
T,ai - ..........
RVBlftSON sc CO , : r '
. Dealers in rittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Alio,
Coka, Drain TUe and Stone bewer Pipe.
.-.o.a6HTrth High street. '
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
, r Aictt tt turn, '
CommiiMia. f orwarding and Frodnoe Mer
euiata.deaiaraiB;tsraia it' tour. a.o WW. iJroad
traat, , . , . . ....
CORSETS.-
D M. SAtJNsiKlAtiAJO., '
Manufacturers and ieaiers id Frenoh, Ger
uutMAmunaswiuul. 'AltHs hMf rkiro '
. .. . i . . . t - Vi-VPeaa-ilousev
: CROCKERYf'&c.A-
m.lr.L10ll,
Queenware, uias. riatei uoeds. Lamps and Lamp
textures. f T 4 NuriAHijtn street.
i SA SA1.'. i i . , . . . .
Ve Importer and Wholesale aad Retail Daalet
in Crockery. Cnina, Glass, Cutlery. Plated Uouda,
Coat Vii iduupa, Ao. -
- 359 south High treet
r..:.v" :.DEi TISTRY.!":V ':Z
V AUNEIA it EAtiUlnUEsgy ;
V - . .o.JbJiast Broad trec.
-, We aim to be the 6a.. : , ;
G' W .11 U N N , DEN TIST.-Tbe best styles
of Dentistry, including Ounn's Improved
jameral Plate.. Vthoe, iOaud 11 -Opera Block.
- ' DRY GOODa. .
CI' CBEggLX Ac. CO.,
J Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions, C irpeta. Oil
Caulks, Alauingsj bhauae. Hats, Cap aad Jt'on,
eoruer Higa aua inena streets. i .
JA. MIBvKN tt . O., -e
148 rjoath High ItreeL "
larpata Matting. OU CloUia,urtauu, Stable and
i apoy lry Goods.
' 1
II .' . as. rat, i ,itT
XAe W hoteaale and ketaii Dealer In Staple and
Jrauc Dr Goods, and auuiutaoiarers oi Ladies'
Cloaas. " -- la a.Higo street.
"i-OSJis A'aa s a, steak hullus AUtAr.,
-A- P. Arum A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Goods and
as, ia euaui (ourtastrew .
JAlUESNAU.SAbf, . -Wholesale
aad BeUiX Dealer in Dry Goods,
Naugbtun Building, N us. lis aad li South High
insets .n.-. . td - i
Kt-NtvA Aisibliin:'
Desvter la staple and Fancy Dry Good and
Gent-' Jaxuuhiua GuudaAa. Neil House..
i A iLtnHirl, test A k 4c CO., ' -'-V'lseUenitTAstlaaad
Fauoy Dry Gooda : :
rM .vJ-.- ehsiT t Oemh aigifcatreesv.
Aaiigt'.afcJ'a.sv . liu.', ' J
e foreign and Domestio liry Goods, L'lotAa,
M asavele. itaUAvjtfd Soutk High street.
.n-Vi DRUGGISTS.: g?,
J people's Drug SuVe, W) South High St. ' Pre
Aaripvivfaa.eara.Uily oumtiou.fued at ail hours. .
nkt-OTDBIIO ITVltEk - '
' " " 8. kUbERtS, " ' - ' ' " '
AMMieattAtlteary, - -L-
... -364 North High street.. .
MAltt-Lt tc UIISOX. 1 - '
WHOLtSALt t Kt t'AlL DRUGGISTS.
. .- lunpoatintiah et.,4juiuuis. o.
BHaUN, atsAAJM. 4c Co., '
W holesalo and Keau Di uggist. aad Dealer.
IttPrUsrietary. Medicines.
- Jll North nuh street.
tJN GRAVERS. - -
KICHEsI it. jnootaE,' ' '- '
Desigoers, fcn gravers ana Publishers. Sot
rial ana otlier seals engraved to order.
- ... N oa. 107 and 1 South High street'. -
KXti FURNITURE,' &o.
CXMC'Sl CABIN BT -OU.! " - t ?
s Muataoturen and W hoieeale and Etail Deat
rsTiB g multure. Cnatrs, siawrasea,to...
- yu . No. aoi South HigU St. tupert House). '
OHIO rDKNlYdHttCO., " ..-.ir-.a-.-Manulacturers
of nratelass Furniture. Whole-
al and .Betail W arsrooui. 6, t and Qtrynita
HOUSEUBJOSHINQ.i
H5.
X3e Dealer- in Alanues. n lores and House Fur.
nUaing GovO. ' Ale, liavtppa, an Sheet Iron
VVare. ') v. 13 aast lewa treet.
i w
AABNr4-STlJASIT ;- . . -i
A -Msw 'rnishiDg.Ai)ne!. Maatle. Grates,
' Capper, Tin and Saee Iroa, Stoves and Mantles .
. f"u' . ;3Wi South High street. -
ASTONj TAVtOB'A HUf'sT, ' -'
Dealers in Hardware, House r nrnisning Goods,
Garble and Blate Mantle, Grates, suves. Hot Alt
Furnace. Ac. - - North Aiiglirtreet.
busnriiss directcry
1.1 fill
HOOP SKIRTS.
EKEED,
. Mannfactarer and Wholertle Dealer in Boop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, denier in Berlin Zepher
and Faner Goods, 103 South High itrr jt. . .
HOWE SEWING . MACHINE
O AXTKhL, " 1 - ; '
O. Dealer in Muaioal Herrnandrte, Boo a. Sta
tionery and Fanny Goods seoerallr. Hpecial Asent
for the eelebrated Klias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. . No. 810 South High street, oor. Rioh.
HATS & CAPS.
MtS. OT.-M. L1CF, - , . . ,,
(Sucoessor to E. i.auf J Dealer in Eais, Caps, .
fun and btraw Goods 329 South Hizn street. .
I (Sisn Golden Hat)
HOTELS.'
KTAXIOPIAIj HUTrl -
J.1 Opposite Depot. r
J.. H. DAY lUSOtr. Proprietor.
U MIXED S I ATKS HOTEL,- -
Corner High and Town streets. "
I .. .. i. K. J.- BLOUM T, rroprleton
7&TTLEB HOCE, . '
koase and extensive stables. - 1
- ii. a. so nt rropneior.
INSURANCE.
CONNEOriCUT K1CTDAL LIFE
luranoeCompsny. Assets. $18,1.00.000.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Coluiaba, O.
NBWKIRK A IIILTENBEBOERr
CWklll I. lew Tvi I
Company, No. C Opera House.
HOME 'INStJatANCK COMPACT OF
Columbus, O. apital and Assets, 49814.i7.
W.C.M. BAKER, Seo'jT
OfSoe. Nos . g k T Opera Boose
MIT.T.TNERY GOODS.
Cs
W . MfllMOnS, '
. 'Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
101 W. Hieb, street. Opera House Block.
agtcs. a. uowmiaiG.
-1J UC11II 1 U willlUVrt Ll T. VMHI1 ,UU A I 111.
mines. No-67 North High street. '
ax
1 1 i : ,i : 1 1 : " n J J tffi:
JH. WlLKIt, -e
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim.
mines' nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh street.
-MERCHANT TAILORS,
SCH AFHAUKErV Sc v OHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, ; -. .
no. oo n ortn nign street.
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts.
, . .. .. izl.&outn High street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Keady-made tilothiag al
ways on nana.
JOHN U. BICKER BACHEBt
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
llmtS'nrai.liin.auula
- No. 61 KortkHign street.
JOHN MDATEB -
MERCHANT TAII.03. no Smith Risk .t
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
AKDltfcWg dc HULL, ,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers. '
No. 65 South High street, nex- door to PostoSce. . .
it hmhuiH. u.ta.li c..: j
er. Publications la both German and English.
131 soutn mgti streat.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
AN DKEWa, CISBB V 4: CO., ' -'
Manuiaoturars and liAalani in Writirt. Print-
ing and Wrappins Papers, 93 A 96 North High st. .
N;VlNs4cMaTEUj. ......
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fin
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Nonh High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
DAL0WIIII 6c s''liVEN, ''
1 -rv fHOTOGBAPMIsRS.-- -n f-
r ji. ulLiott, i i : tt-.v; -f :.
t e 'PHOTOGRAPHER. InT hnnfh TIU trt
Pictures made in every style and sis.
J.AROHEK. . -: i
e Photographs, Ambrotype. Gems, eto.,eto
xio. aiwDoutn uign street. '
PHYSICIAN.
E- M. DOWN!), OT.
a1 No. 3 Opera House. Treat Diseases of the
H ye. h.ar. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Disease
of Women and Children.
PIANOS. :
JF.HAUBISACO., . '
. WholesAle and Retail dealers, for Lighte A',
Co. s and Haines it Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organ.
Melodeon and other musical instruments.
; . ; . 38 North High ttreet.
JC urooos, .
e Agent for Chickering's and Gmmerson's Pi
anos. Alio, Organ. Melodeons and Sheet .Vloaio.
' 31 South High street.
RESTAURANT.-
B
ASK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and High street.
CHARLEY M Y F. R. Proprietor. -
SEWING MACHINES.
A8EniN6 HACHINE8, -
iO oest in the world. No. 1 aad a Opera .
HOB.
W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
i WATCHES AND JEWELRY."
RD. ODNBAH s: CO.,
. Ilaalara in Pin. w.t.kM r!i.v. f -i
Platedwara. Speotaoie. Ao.. No. 11 East Town??
street.
s a '-. .1. , ,,
1-1 A H AKBINbl ON .
suecessor to Wm. Blynn) dealer In Dia-
wuuu.. ".''ii."ai', pura " are aua open-,
taoles. No. 3 Neil Houe. .
a a, -a-arns7a-na.siT '
Cleeks
rand Jewelry No. 71 South Umli ttreet. r-7i
1 STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BANCHOF r BKOS. A CO., .
Wholaaale Dealam in lrv f.wwta 1VniAt
..., . 3 aad 4 Gwynne Block. Sown street. .
REED, JON ES. 4c CO;; v .- . . r k
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer ia Boot
and Shoes. ' No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE ' IS HEUEBT OtTEN TO
- all wham it may concern, tba the City Baak
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organixed and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking Mmpany at the eity ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under an set oi the General Assembly of the -said
State of uhio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
obe State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com- '
sanies," passed February 34th, 184S, being desirous
gi. relinquishing and closing its Banking .business. .
to. ttat eud has. in purnu-noe of tbestatutes of the
aid ntate of ubio in suoh case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating note, aad delivered the "
same to the 't reasurer el State of the said State of .
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary aad Auditor of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of .
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at tbe said eity of Cleveland, where)
said City Bank is located. , . .
Dona by order of the Board of Director of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, July 9th, I "08.
1 LEMUEL WlCK, President,
t jyU-dltawflm '
Notice to Bridge Builders.
OEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE.
u eeived by the undersigoed. at the office of the
?Bt AfltjRlAY' t January, lee, at 1 M '
for building tbe superstructure of a 3-truss Brioge
ff! 'f W.lnuto.e,k.on the line of tin, Na
tional Road, in frankhn oounty. of two spans, each
span to be about 1 3 teet long, and 30H feet wide,
tromout tout; to be 'eovered. b. theeest of oak
shingles, and weathatbearded with good first com
mon boards.- . . - ,
. Bidders to furnish their own plan, with specifica
tions in detail. All of said work to be doneta the
satisfaotion of the Board of Publio Works and! the
resident engineer of the National road.
The right to reject any or all bids, plans or speci
fication is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIRV
. , Resident Engineer .National Road.
dect4-did ;
, t .
i iWi Sisters; of JSt.-Mrj'g, ,
OF THESBINOSHECNTLir OF
Somerset, Parry eounty, will opea their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on I
the first Monday in September, laog. For Board and '
tuition. ITS, 80. S86 and i0, according to the de-'
partmentof thepupiL, : - .,SB, QOaH. Sup't,
AdJreesBoxx61. an3-dtf
FOJX .AXE: '''
A AIB OF J0K GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
t. ' and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
sound- Will be sold low.
aagJWtt .. ;-' RICHARD NEYINS.
DRY GOODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS.
GREAT 11AHGA.IN8
UOJLIDAY GOODS
AT
A
GILCHRIST, GUAY & CO.'S
Nos. 23, 25, 21 & 29 S. High Street
Real Lace Handkerohiefs;
Initial Handkerohiefs; . . , ? , i
Hemmed Stitched Handkerohlef;
Barbs and Coffures; ? , -
Real Laoe Setts; . : ... r
Spanish Lace; ' ' -
. Chan aable Silks;. , (J. '.V
Plain Silks in alt C lors; -: '; ;
: Ladle.' and isses' Scarfs;
Gloves in great variety and styles; .
; Bar s' and Alexandre's Kids; . (
Large and attractive stock of Shawl;
. 'Brooke and Paisley Shawls;
: Elegant Robes.
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
. f at ; ; . ;
$4.50 PER PAXRZ
have in stock a full Una of Underwear for
Ladies', Gents' and Misses.
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
janl-ly . No. 33, l, 37 A 39 South High .
MUGBTOFS
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXrRAORDLNARY INDUCEMENTS
TO bUYAT
N A U GH TO N ' S I
.'. .1 .. ; .'-l y. ''. i inf.
Puronaser of Dry Good are. cordially Invited Ito
. . . ; eau ana examine tne .
W'E W S T O C K.
DRESS GOODS'....
FANCY GOODS
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS ........
EVERYTHING
...CHEAP!
.. CHEAP
...CHEAP!
...CHEAP
...CHEAP
JAMES NATJGHTON,
;: 118 6c 122 So at to High Street, .'
I docl9-dly . COLVMXbH. OB10
HOTELS.
I KAiMlLS HOUSE,
(Recently Merchant's Hotel.)
Nos 230 And 238 tooth Hi-b Street,
i i C0LVMB08. OBIO.-
PHE FNDEBl6nlt0. FOB A MmTin
A bar of years nroDrietor of the National Kntl
of this city, takes pleasure i i annooicin.- to the
puDiio tnat ne naa leased the above named House
I for a termor years, hd it thoroughly renovated,
I supplied tbroushout with entire new fnrnitnra. and
no.w reaoy tor ine. reception, or auesta. both
I transis;nt and regular boarders. He flatters himself
; nas nia ions axpener.ee in tne notai business and
i his determination to devote his entire personal at-
, tention thereto will enable him to give perfeet sat-
i siaotion to au wno may I .vor nim wita their pat'
''rnnr. u Dertm iw
) n. o. a. oaioon anu itesiaurant is attaobed to
i deol5-dlm ' "'
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Sareeta Meter IUin,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKKEY P. EL1A8, ... - : Proprietor
!;.;:.. . ' ii I ! .
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, "CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient fc business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desiriable stopping
place ior persons visiting tbe citv. No pains will
be spared U make the stay ot guests pleasant in
mylS-dseji
...11
FURNITURE. ' , ; ;
! MIOaASL BALK. 0H4RLKB O. HLLOVL
e; BtTTi.gR.
HAUIX, BELLOHsi Sc BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE,-ROOMS
Noa. 2ia Ac.81.8 South Hijtli St,, . .
, :', COLTJRIBIJS, OHIO.
(7Aeir 4xUnHv Manufactory is at tht Font 0
- 6outittttt. oti th Canal.)
Their business tra'xactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend tbroushout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manufacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, rOmiNGROOM,.-HALL, AND
- .. KITCHEN FURNIllRE
Of alt classes and every design of superior work
mansaip aad finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chair of
every description. Wholesale aad Retail.
febft-deedlv
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and . , CommLsdoQ
MERCHANT,
"'"' ' ' DIALKB JK . '! '
C ft A I til, OF A L L KINDS,
..,.? .! i li.CCB, WHISItT, Ace. .
MOT T
Uern.W
- It Prices 'Paid at all times for
Barley, 0.. etc.
: r' r 1 c
.tear WmI End efSatil K ad BrtdsreS
COLUMBUS, fiHXO. :
feblS-deodly
-WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BBOOKS. ALBZ. BOPBTOH. WM. H. SL B
J. & vi il.'BRbOKS.
Cor. Rich Ac Hlarh Sta., Colomba
Wholesale Grocers,
DKAL.KR8 IN
NEW ORLEANS BTJGAE8 AND M LA
; Island Sugars. Coffee, Tea B pices, T ace ' '!
eb5-'ly
IAX9TJORS,
ii
MEDICAL.
WHY ENDURE
.1 ffT !!"
A LIVING DE;i Til!
The eonfirrned dysperHis may almost say with St.
Peter, "1 die daily." The object of this article is
not to remind himof AS his pangs.buttosbow
him how tobanish them g I forever The means
or immediate and permanent relief ate pro fie red
htmin. . ....- ... -- i t. .t-.j,., .
- HOOFLANDS
GERMANv BITTERS!
And it ! for him to say whether he will eontinn
w ouuurw a iiriD aeaLD.OT 10 put nimseit in
sition to render life enjoyable. -
Of the efficacy of this matolilesi veRUble gtom
acfaie are to be found la every city and town in the
UnitMl S tAt h AMI i V m rt A ft rl nTrn.n aasanan
from torture by its f use. and eacer to bear
tasiiuiuur do iu tit- uies 11 aitters trom
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par-
aanasowa aw is uui o I u 1 1 IA Jl 1 U .
For snob confutations and systemsas reqairefor
iusu iaTiiuvuaijiw4ifi BumiusDi, .
HOOFLAND'S
iJ-:A(V-' , .... AU i . ,j. - i .
GERMAN TONIC 1
Has been Drovided-a nrenaratinn In taninh tliA anl.
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution bv a aniritnnna
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
pauent, in cnoosing oetween these two neat anti
dotes, should be sruided bv his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ion; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specifio reauired.
Thousands find infin- TA ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There is no phase of
lnuigeetion. Diuousness, nervous disease or physi
eal prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
m wuiou, singly or oomomed, tney will not eneoti
euro, . . .
Ezchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Oa rA nt . tAii.
ments wuioh interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
Ul aallUa 1U SUOrk, UOOUIUO a
NEW' MAN
and popular of ail vegetable iavigorants and oor-
HOOFLAXD'S GEBMAX BITTERS.
HUInnartaaaai T nAtm.mtt ina.ul Tk1V.!1lA S
viiivtasuvDO, lUUIgODUVU, VIVJUVJl (3,1 ACIUllllvJ. saVOa
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in thf liver, tbe stomach and the
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and oonquers diseases that
have entrenohed themselves in the system, but
is the best known safesuard against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits suojeot them to the depressing effects of a
elose. unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
oujsr uisoraer wnion malaria engender, inva
lid who are
if WASTING AWAY, ..
Wirnont any special eotnrlaint. except a gradual
deflllnatinn nf knHilv Bt,.n,lh
will find in the BI1'- j TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as a refresoing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the sand-soorched
aua laiuuug traveler.
; 1 HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
im -I a tVa -i. I I . , ai '
ao wui vdovi in iuv uura 1 u iuoh iur, wo luoT are me
dtemaUy termed. Kztmcts), of Rots. Herbs and
aaAawakaaaaj ear uiVr-vMauuil UlgUI CUIICSU LToViea
and entuely tree from.Aloohelio admixture of any
;'- HOOFLAND'S
jQERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit-
tAfa. tilth t.ha nnrnit. nn.lil. nf Cir- r.- D ..
O range, etOi. making one of the most pleasant an j
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publie
These remedies sill effectually cure Liver Com-
nl.tnfc .r.ftnrilA M .: - ,,i
ervous Debility, aaaChronio . Diseases of
tne mapeys, ana an aiseaaea arising trom a dilor-
I.U. ml U.TVA V. BIUU1IVU,
suoh
as Consti-
. pation. Inward.
' Pile. Fullnes3 'of
. , Blood to the Head, " : -'..
; j.i n Acidity of the Stomeoh. . .
. ". - Sansea. Heartburn. Disgust ,, , .
for Jood, Fullness or Weight in the . '
i. Btomacb, Sour bructations, Sinking
; or fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
1 ' nwimmins; of the Haad. rlnrriwl .nil lliffiitnlfc.
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
. iiuiw?b vi , leiun, j'ooj. or yveos oeiore tne
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
' of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
-il i Side, Bank, Chest, Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, :
. . , Burning in the Flesh.- , , ,
Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and
i Great Depres- ' .:''
; sina of ,
' ' Spirits. '
,. They are the Greatest and Best
T . i J . ,
BLOOD PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will cure alt diseases resulting
irom bad Blood. . Keep jour Blood Dure. Kuan
your Liver ia aider. , Jfc Keep your disestive
organs in a sound, healthy condition, by
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
anauyoB, ,
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made Itronr bv the nsa of either nf tnmaram
edies. Tbey wui cure every ease of MARASMUS
wimuutiau. - - - . , .
Thousands cf certificates' have accumulated in
ln.rV.nJi nt th.Mn.nH.,.H U .. . : 1 1 1 1
- . , " .l..i uui npw;. will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, ic will be
observed, are men of note and of suoh standing that
yiw uiuBbuo Deuevea. t i ....
the' whole supreme court
i, ,v '. . ' . '
OF IF.I.''SYL.TArfIA .
..,- : j , i ''').: i . . .y,;.- ., s .
' .SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger te.
j timony i
HON, C.' W. WOODWARD, ?,
-. r I . '; ;.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
Vania. writas : ,
PRtr.ASKT.nrr a. Tnan-h IB irrv
. I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good to'n
16. useful in diseases as a of the diaMf.iv n.
gans, and of great ben- I II efit in cases of debii-
lty ana wantoi nervous action in tne system.
lours truiy, .- w . VYUOOWAKU.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
. Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 98, I860.
. I consider Hoofland'n German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in dses of attacks of Indigestion or
DsoeDdia. I can certify this irom mv ATnnrinnr..
of it. Yours, with respect.
. JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, write:
PHILADELPHIA, Sent. 14.1867.
"HooSand's German Bitters' is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It l not an in
toxicating drink, and may be used benefioially by
persons of ail age. Re pectfully yours.
i , , , -i;. ; yAAua'ausB aauwugg,
' " OATJTIOTJ.
Hoofland's German Remedies are connterfeited.
See that the signature " ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tne wrapper of aVsf eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. N o. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia, Pa. .
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
; .' ' Formerly O. M. JACKSON A CO."
FRZOXIS,
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. ....... .$1 00
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dozen oe
Hoofland's German Tonio, put up in qt. bottle 1 60
. per Dome, or a dmi aosea lor a do.
Do aot foiget to examine well the article yea buy
a order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE jJY vALL DRUGGISTS
I And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
., iySt-dwA getrwly
CLOTHING,
CUSTOM -AND READY-MADE I
THE OHIO
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
I ' - SO. 185 CPEBA BOVSX SLOCS..
Colomba, Ohio.
A SUPERB NEW STOCK off CLOTHS,
Casslmeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
Foreign and Domestio, for Fall and Winter wear.
i ' GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare
no pains in prodaoin the most elegnnt.and fash
ionable garment to be found any wheie.-
I EEADY-MADlTcLOTHINa,
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.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand.'
HENRY MR IS h.. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
w. G. PERKS. Foreman. :.. ..
00t33-deod3m .
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S ; .
Nothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St., ;
COaLUMBUS, OHIO. !.
I HATE JTUST K E c Ef TED TBE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity, consisting of
French,
linjrliMli and
X5omTtio Clotli3,
Caagimeret., teo.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prioes.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
stock of
! READY MADE CLOTHING.'
I V ' , ' JOHN HUNTER,
-jn83-dly r 90 South Hih A
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS TOTED FOR BIXDM.
HAVE YOU
ANT BOOKS, rrsAOtZI.YlSS, SHEET
Kxa. MUSIC. Ac. Ac, that you wish to have
Douna I in a moe firm binding, promptly, at low
prioes? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the eity by giving notice through posteffioo, or at
Franklia Steam Book Bindery
'-'' AND .
BLANK BOOK MA.NU FACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies ia
the State.
Moo ilia 34, 38, 88 FTorlU High ft tree t,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
oteam rrmung unices.; ....
BLANK BOOKS! '
BLANK BOOES!! .,
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the huhest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and hound
to any required pattera, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest aricsa.
Orders fmra Ci.unty Officers, Banks, Merchants.
. and i all Officers requiring SDfEhlOR BLANK
BOOKS.- will be executed promptly, with ourper-
. 1 our patronage respectfully solicited. - . . .
W. W, IiKFATOIl,
o8t3-deodm ' ' " Proprietor
SIB BERT Sc. LILLEY,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
-i.;P81NTtBS. BINDERS-ANDUBUSUERS.
Special attrntion paid to manufacturing' first class
BLANK, i HOOKS i
-every deserrptioB. with or without printed HeadV
5 ' . luaa. ror .
COUNTY OFFICERS, II BACH ANTS, XANFFACTUBARa
.' BANKKBS, BAILBOAD C0MPANIK8. gc. .
1 AT" Fall Bet of Book made On short notice,
warranted to give perfeet satisfaction .-. : :.-:
OPERA .HOUSE BUILDING,
' aprll-eoujy ".- 1 - ' COLUMBUS, OBIO..
BQOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. 8HBPARD.
"O. H0RIGEB
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
' ' NEW FIRM.;--
T8. 8HEPABD HAVING FOHITIEl)
a partnership with G. HOhlGER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
NO, IO SOU I'll IllblU SXtttKT,
Would 'respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fine and
well seleofed's'tock of Lsdies", Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, aad whioh tbey ate n..w offering
for sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department aneoial attention is given to
i , . CUSTOM MADE WORK., :
Repairing of all kinds neatlv and nrnmntlv dona.
' We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. Mo-trouble to
now goods.
Remember the place: No. 163 South High street,
' i, . ' ' -84EPARD A H0R1GKR.
i Columbus, O. sept. 13, 1868. - sepl2-dtf
j WATCHES AND JETyELRY.'
F. A & L . LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN.
WAT 0 H E S
i OOCKS, '
SILVER and
PLATED WARE,
CANES, - , SPECTACLES,
j ' CVJTLERT, ''
GOLD PENS,
POCKET-BOOKS and
OPERA GLASSES
: ' ...i IN ENDLESS VARIETY. . . : .
1 RfH,n AAn.tantW nn.h&nil a l.sffn iionrtm.nt nf
Setb Thomas' and WaterburrClocks
For the Jobbing and Retail Traie. Also, Agent
lor tne :
CITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COM PANT.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch. Glass-
. ' es (r renon and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
S3 All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. -
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX,
feblA-eodly No. 71 South High St.. Columbus.
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
B A I. K E R S ,
Corner Broad & High Sta
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febo-dlr ' '. "
P. HITDB.t. JOS. HnTCBJtSON. W.B. SATPEN.
HAYDEN, HUT CHESON & CO.,
ISO IS S. HIGH STREET,
lanM-dly-r " ' Colsnnbaa, O. '
COAL.
; T . ALLE N,A geh t V '
WILL COPCn"IIIJ5 THE COAL BO i
NErS at his present stand,
" No. 13S North High r(.
' and will take orders in "both "CAM BRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, wnicn ae is prepared to sell a
the lowest market prioe. .. .
jaar (Special attention paid to Shipping;
myao-eodlj . .. . ,
: i- ,,,-,V.;:- 'Iff.
' r PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT - r
W 9 T T r M t TTk ' TT -WJ- "V B'eVT a f'
JL-W Ja, -w M.M. M.mt .al V M.
E. B. ESHRIifTIAN, '(' Mii-W
C. K. FLOOD,
COLUMBUS. OHIO 3
' : . v v
FKIDtV irXOBFTING, -, -
JAW. 8'
News and Otherwise.
!
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1
Gold closed in New York yesterday st
An effort is making to legalize dissections
ia Illinois. . r.i . . ; -i
Garrettstillk linilt 3S or 40 new strnc-
ture8 to 1863.,; "... 'Vj
Hon. Eben Newton, of Canfleld, is' In
South Carolina. ' ,. ' ' '
In Pari striped flannel is fashionable for
morning dresses. .". ''",:.'
' John Crook has been appointed Post
master at Elkton, Ohio. : .. in.,.-
Among the early Romans batter was
used only as a medicine. ,;. .-, ...
Levi Bahn, of Darke county, Is myste
riously absent irom home. ' ; ' t'
Thx Patriot says many of the young men
in New Lisbon wear corsets.
Coe. EsASTua Platt, former sheriff of
Mahoning county, is just dead st 70. .
Thb Republican majority in the Indiana
Legislature is twelve in each House.
If the Patriot reports them correctly, the
ladies of New Lisbon wont moderate"
OK8LOW Stearns Is the Republican can
didate for Governor in New Hampshire.
John B. Gough lectures in Wheeling on
the evenings of the 14th and 15th of Janu
ary. - ' -"i
Henry Clay's son, Theodore, is An In
mate of the Lexington, (Ky.,) lunatic asy.
lum. ' :
Heister Clymer declines being the
Democratic ' candidate for Governor in
Pennsylvania. , . . ,
The Grand Jury of Osage county, North
Carolina, has presented the Court and Bar
as a nuisance. , . ' '''.
.i -i
The Indiana State Editorial Convention
has adopted a permanent organization and
elected officers. t ..
The publication of the Weekly Guard
an (Catholic), published in St..Louis, has
been suspended. . . ;.
New Lisbon wants mannfactures. It is
complained that there Is plenty of capital
but no enterprise in the place. , ,
It is estimated by the Governor that
there are seventy-five thousand children
in Pennsylvania without school facilities.
A man by tbe name of Whipple was re
cently bitten by a hog in Sheffield, In Ash
tabula county, from the effects of which
hedled..'.'- ,
,Generai, Follerton, i Postmaster st St
Louis, has just been presented with a mag
nificent gold headed cane by the letter car
rlers qf. that office'.' .' ,', ,. ; '., .' .x-. ' ,
Donn Piatt regards It within the prob
abilities, that General Grant may, before
long,, "find a, hostile Congress, made up of
DemooraU, to-conteod with."s-; T a ; ,r' i;
: ; Thomas Carl, claiming to be acting1 In
pursuance of higher authority,' naSertook
to burn . s boarding, house ;1r iAshtabula,
O and got himself into Jail by-it. '
: .Thb Greenville Democrat last .week re
ceived thirty-one new subscribers. . Glad
of it.'1 Would that all county 'Democratic
papers could make the same exhibit.','
A Baltimorean made calls In a hearse in
Washington city New Tear's -day,1 and
when the . potations proved too .much for
him be was shoved inside and taken home
Therk is a vegetable butter "maae in Af
rica from the fruit of the shea tree, richer
in taste than that manufactured from cow's
milk. The Ohio Patriot favors the plant
ing of shea trees in this countryv;, , .'
: Hon. John Scott, of Huntingdon county,
Pa., is the Republican caucus nominee of
tbe Pennsylvania Legislature for United
States Senate. : Simon Cameron is 'su pposed
to have had a band in bis nomination.,'
j The Public Debt statement for the month
ending January 1, 1869, shows' an increase
of one million, six hundred' and seventy
five thousand, three hundred and fifty-seven
dollars and eleven cents. At this rate, how
soon will the tax burthens of the people
be relieved by the party in power? .: ' .
: The Secretary ot the Treasury estimates
the deficiencies in the appropriations for
lS69 at twenty-one millions of dollars
that is tbe expenses of the Government are
that much greater than Congress estimated
tbey would be. .These moderate estimates
were made to Influence the election. ,
: Wb learn from the Barnsviile Enterprise
that on Friday night last tbe tobacco fac
tory and dry goods establishment of, Mr
Smith McNlchols, in the village 'of Mount
Olivet, was entirely destroyed by fire. A
few goods and some tobacco were saved,
but most of the stock was lost. .The loss
amounts to about $7,000. " ". -' ' '
i Mr. Wasbbdrnb, of Illlnoi?, General
Grant's right band man, made a speech in
the Federal House of Representatives on
Wednesday, in which he gave the Repub
licans plainly to understand that there
must be economy and" retrenchment, and
that General Grant should , go into the
Presidency unfettered by any kind of leg
islation. , .'. ' . : i.-.i: i-
THiZanesville Courier very complacent
ly states that the New, York. Herald looks
over the lobby budget and very naturally
fears that the tax payers and Treasury will
be made to sweat before the expiration of
the present Congress. Is this the enter
tainment to which the people were invited
by voting the Republican ticket at the late
election? :.'' . . ,t., . '!':".
' A darkey in Natchez was boasting to s
grocer of the cheapness of ten pounds ot
sugar he bad bought at a rival store. Let
me weigh the package," said the grocer.
The darkey, assented and it was found two
pounds short. The colored .. gentleman
looked perplexed for a moment, and then
said: "Guess he .didn't cheat dia child
much; for while he was gettln' de sugar, I
stole two pair bf shoes."
An advertisement in tbe San Francisco
Times gives the cost of f ravel between the
At antic and Pacific railroad, and Wells,
Fargo & Co.'s stageV' The time 'between
San Francisco and NewTork is eleven
days, and the , following are th charges:
From San Francisco to Chicago, In curren
cy," f250 JS'Tdiedo," 26? 60r 'Cleveland,
270 25 ; Buffalo,' 2t4 73; Albany; MW, New
Yorkr,274 30; Boston, 287 1 Detroit, 867.75;
Suspension Bridge, 264 79; Indianapolis,
267" 08; Cincinnati, 26070; Pittsburg, 273 25;
Harrisburg, ,2SI .20-,,PhUadelphia,282 20;
Baltimore, 2S1 70;' Washington, 282 70j
Iiouisvllle, 27230; Sacramento to Salt Laket
in coin, 9125 00; Sacramento to ' Austin,
Nevada) ,45 00.4-. , a.'; Z .
What the New Administration is
to Do—Canada to be Taken.
The editorial corps of the Radical per--'
suasion are busily engaeed, at this partic-f
ular crisis, in shaping the Admtntstratlbrr
of; General Grant, In advance of his ir
d action intooffieej on broad and national'
basisd liJ'iq-ji iiui9vo.; C ..
vAddresslng - General Sckbkck a 'letters
intended for the world at largs ahd GenA
eral Grant and HBs rest'Aotr mankind in
particular, Mr. E. Co wles, of tbe Creretand
Leader, is out in a pamphlet showing tov '
easy it is, if the Government will- tarnis'aT .
the gold, for the bank aad'i the : Govern
ment to resume specie pay menrts. " ,'i t
! Addressing General BkwUNasV!of- Grr
Grant's staff, Josefi Medill, of Oh1
Chicago Tribune, has a Similar pobllcattorf
in favor of the ' absorption by forced ptitJ
cbaseor conquest, or both, ot tne EngiistR
possessions on the Americas rjeatetfeitL' Of -the
importance of the Ltrriatos of'Oaiia
da wltohe adjacent oouri try, which formi!
the .entire of the Britisti possessions, hw
says:. ' '-wni .'.'ia t ilmi
"We need that country forits vast fbrrstA,
its wheat and barley lands, its fisheries, its; '
furs.. New. England needs Nova Scotia for
its coal. The West needs the St. Lawrence
for its natQral outlet to the Atlantic ocean? '
The Saskatchewan valley; will in the future!
be a , great wheat growing region. The
Northern Pacific railway from the head of.
Lake Superior, via St. Paul,' will run close
along ttie boundary line 'for-more ; than'
2,00O.mUes, to Oregon.".! ,-,m ';-:; b-nnug '
And, then, besides jour great need, Mf J
MESUXsaya: j Jt l..iiMrtt.:? .-v taJI.
LuWs don't srunt a naval power, snppoTNi .
ed by a foreign nation, established on oar
Northern . frontier. By the doctrine of
'nationalities' and natural frontier?, that
country should be ours, and some day will
be. The people are ot tbe same race, rst
ligion, language, literature, and have the.
same form of Government almost, and use'
oursystem of weights and measures and
decimal currency." 1 . i.iuu j ot
Thus showing how much we need Canada? '
and how much we dont want EriglanJ to
keep it, the letter of Mr. Mt dill shows .
bow easy It is to get possession," which s
nine points ot the law.. He says ; ,. ''
"How are we to get the. Dominion fv, J5
answer: Take it. How did Prussia en
large her area one-lhlrd and lier 'popular
tion 11.1)00,000 ?-' How did Piedmont be-t
come, master of Italy ? How did. Francs, -get
Savoy and Nice? , How did. Great
Britain obtain the Dominion from France,
and how did she acquire the Indian Ee
pire?":ii a n-i: :::,!; )-. ? f, :; :v)t sdj
In arguing over this plan; the Chicago '
Tribune editor wishes the American Min
ister in London to talk to the British-Cabl-i '
net-thus: wi-.J
"Let him eay to Great Britain : We will ;
give you a receipt iff ItfH for all damages
and injuries and: $100000,000, arrd take '
your North American colonies, which are
of no use to you but would be valuable to
us' - If England refuses,' thtn take posses
; sion of the territory, and In' the' treaty oP
peace she will be glad to accept ' the' hun-"
dred millions. '-A ....t.; ,.
Considering that Mr.MEDiLt. has hereto-
. fore been, opposed, to all extension of our
cpunii ymltthat;hbV party rlenda,
' warred against the purchase of Louisiana)
; and ot Florldarrthatheand his party were
deads against tire acquiwtlpi 1 California
: and NewMexico-that he wrote and spoke
j and denounced Vre-annexation o Texai,
i and was in favor ci",utting,uour,Paii 0 -
line down: to the 49tb degree, rnAtead-:ot
sticking np fer-our Jrist rights'' to ftjV
, four forty, and that hej rejoiced wheii' tJrWj
; live and one Malt degreoisortatAt
of American soil were stortendeTed W Gv,
! Britain; his somersanlt'is s wbnderfn6nfp.A
Thedliicliidatl'Gazette'l'rom which sbeetf
we crdl-the 'choice extradU Above 'tiysn,
1 absolutely 'grows -witty At the expense of
j its Radical'cotcmporary', Iq j Ittiwish tb
I Mr. MEDiLi.hen we ffc .Canada is
! be made commander'. of "the expeditionO
! first putting him through the Severe Vestsf
j of bis confage' Andinuscle (hatwer'ei ap-,-;
plied to the Spns..Malta .In initiating"
'them for the Cuban expediUos,? tfr ,i
' ihen this fedone,'we wotild likef to hokfc
' one corner of the blankeU' .1 :'
j ;The Reconstruction Irbb'byls; kbp'uteaP
' and It is necessary to raise some other qu,e7T
tion which will give Radicalism a new leges C
'of poweri' u - -3 .H-AOOiVl vU
j The ides 6f taTfng'V'nida'ls oBtla
itlie 'authdr .ot the,, prqjsf tJtVikg . would,
j "take' with the people. It would bs less!
obnoxious-than most of the measures that
; Radicalisms hai 'ihaugue'add'cosl 'jl
Reptiles in the Nest of Eagles.
' Sepator CxpLER,. pJ:. Michigan, 'has'
been renominated and, .by the fjme this isj
! printed, will be re-elected to .the United t
States Senate, in. the face sf the charees of
drunkenness preferred agalfastbirh by hla
own party friends in Michigan and in othW
States.1
' .This Chandler -ishe same Senator that,
when the Peace Convention was aboat toa
assemble' at Washington,;' whicbJVt'ivgs
hoped would save the' obontfy. itpm. .war,'
telegraphed to the Governor of is.' Stats
not to appoint men:, who would; be willing,
: to settle np the -.difficulties between 1 tbe
j North and South, but to appoint Radicals,"
alleging that, vrithout a iloUttjnl
the Union was not worth saving.,, .yld.-naa A
i A convicted drankard, on the testirnonT'i
ot his own-party friends a man who-sided J
, more than any other. Senator to Jbriag bt
the war, careful to keep his ow.n misergbje
; carcass out of danger while .making aforwl
tune oat of it, he bag again been chbsefljtti
the Sepate, to occupy Uie, place .once neld,
.by Gen. Cass, just as Wilson anQ.StrNR,T
of Massachusetts, oeenpy' theaeeacs filled
; by Webster and ChOat ' - YefllWwe bats 1
fallen on ;eylj ( pTflujiwTt
! into eagles' nests, saviiiitnoj uo sMJiui.ti
. . MJLt
j "A coERESPONDEstJftks ps'1 whetfiej'Wi .
Attorney-general Carriugton,.Atrt' Wasb-s-jington,
who is figuring luTfliefSurratt
icase, was the Carrier to a wbo'was..'4a.n"f
jdiana in the beginning of they'ar,;lthO'.
friend of Governor Morton? ' je are, in-r,
formed he is th4 same tof2ividua-pfyijilein
ndti. Enquirer , '9t,'ut nl utrrtt
j The Carbiwgton, whwiw Irt Ifrdlsoa irr
,the begihnlhg of the ws(, is ndW ;colri-'
mandof a Regiment cNgslaMoof s in tbe
Indian country The CahrirOton Acting
District Attorney In Washrrgto4; fs of.'so-"2
other bi?ed,'npt at aHnpj-pved. ,06541"
Carrington is acbUzenof. (jolumbus Dis
trict Attorney CABRiGTON.0(fiVf ashlogtorr.
The .Enquirer will . see tost itViis mistaken' 1
In making one man tut of the :two Car-1
WKCrrofeis: LMU '-:'!';'( V" "-'Urt w.Ko
1 i-.i u uvli-'-.-i ' ifc-'-t-U i-,-rh.. -.tl
' 1 ' .' ''j I' I' Jir.f-.
. . .
Hon. Joint W. Sts-vsnson, Governor of
Kentucky, hag . just delivered his , iri'niral
le'ssage; In 'ft," among other ,Whgj "he,
pays the people, ot KeBucgsrein isvor
bf "the sacred preservation , of. tlte ublls
Faith." Is this Repudiatios ?. ,o 1 1 1 f q
WtiTlTger
The Ohio Statesman.
We Insert l onr advertising otflumns T '
day'ths urinnal1 pfospectns ;f the1 8bovsid
named paPr' -Tne Statesman-1 ohe of 's
the lonrnals that is irrdispeifsable to the','
coantry press, and should be taken by every
Democrat throughout the State who is the
bead ot a family, as the doctrine it teaches
cannot be too, much instilled into (tbe
young and rising generation for the, future
cnod ot their country JlfeTceT,. .Cottar i
Blaa4ard.;ai lo 9juj;: ' Jiili jd'.tK .

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