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BUSIlIESSDIBECTOEy
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ARCHITECT.
,Re
TBKOOKES,
Architect. 'Civil Engineer, Ao. . ' ''.
. umea over toe jauoaai cxcoange jsbdjl
DBUEK aV) AH.i 1 P. I J. : i i'
J -Al'IOUiJkKS Al LAW !
Offioa,lja. SJoHite fi.u-tat, Amboa Build
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.i ; $oe f unto Hi,fl wam, A maas BttUdiBo 1
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- .AUCTION :' AND COMiVIISSION.
tABCtionaar aa4 Daaler ia Baal ftstta Eoosa'
A0I4U
uuoos. viouiing.ana notiuua. . . . . i
- ' - ' no. 1 w asi moaa street. :
:';;;juTii;iiooMa;:t:
Barber and Hair Orenwr. ' Hot and Colj
a AttOhav eiiaseiasrt r-wnottceitailJin.
jaaia B J.a.f. at ' '.' - i ia
O; iJooit (Binders. ; Blank Jt ManiUaaturarsl
sr4Biersand iob Ushers.
'Opera BolWrig-'H
muj .A .BOOTS & SHOES.-
ji.i . irni 1 .nin. ' - r .,- n;,- i s ,
nrv. X. WlLUAIla 4Ja., ., ') , H U !
. a
144 Souta liixb. street,
elegant assortniaat. Jiew styles, lowprioes. La
'ssieav please-call.
me;?.'... . . I ' . '
1 AJ Is the noted house for food Boots and Shoes
i"a40 prieeaa Aem CMuek j m.t received.' '
td. .-. .... 376 beuiii Uicb (treat.: i
a:; nt
.-tCOAL DEALERS.
tOBlKSOlK 4k. C4 -i . .' -st
Ii lleslers in r'imbnnih and OhioCaaL
Also,
Wke. liraut AjJajitojl oimm saver ipe,
o8l .North Huh street.
iraauaaotnrers an Uealeri iB Frenoh, Ger
, auanaait Amerioait barsats. Aiso, buop ekirts.
Jr-" ' i 'Wl pera bouse.
Vnin' 1'iim F t -ii' - ' .' ;
-T rVhoi&ale and 1 Retail Dealer in China,
J QKeenawAM. ti4s, Aasaai Uoode,-tuip and iamp
r uuurn. ' . omul nicu street.
VrJ Importer ud Wholesale and Retail Dealer
-la. tfrufaryt;tm. iiii)Lvr.'ifliihnia.
I'-y-j , " . ' 4.:il list BoathBigh street;
.i i ; .!.;:. s, DENTISTRY ,
I ' "t i 1 It-' l'irijn liinj.iQ cut
VV- aJe.A4iIiaiJWia.A4H,
. ' - bo. ia Jiast Broad street
Js.W4es a) ktliaMft- mL v-f k.Ai;iu:ci,ri
. vxa -or. uaausscrsv nuiBiBAijBjur unpoirau
. Juioeral Plate.. OUioe. 10 and 11 Opera Bluck. ,T .
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I.! 7CaKWaSJ4c 3aWi.,':,! ! 'i.S fi'.'ClI
t J -ilealera in Dry Uooos. fiotions. CjTjehs. Oii
ClOths, JUauin&s, shades.'BaU Capa aad iujrii,
ihuw ua Haf iiwi:iuiaw t'l ri.:... i.M ':i
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142 rioxtiriiiirh stmt!
varpets AlatUngs, Oil Cloths.uuriauut. larle
and
ean btaiDealen nitap)eid
Jtaticy ir4ov4la, aud Akaoutaqturers of iiadies'.
Ctuaaai '. .ikijwJdB-atree i
hi'OVul u ii'i iikY b'j'uusiruut.
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f Dry Goods and
(ients f axQiaUing OtMKU.iSo. 6
ut uuiih.
i lA-Caniaaa'tS-eisaA at1 eta..
. JUT' WesaasaAnAiiaBia and. Faiie irt God a
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antaaeai myTaiOiawaiiiuinitarait .fi
stievnit!
, iMStrH iUS'A T,. ' I. . .
1 - f aople's Drag Sture', 480 rJonthBi'jh St. '
-aipiMuscarB:louatvoal4a4 at all aeak(i
Pre,
. TJb-4
l'lUtUlUuli.
. J ' JOalS S. KutiJSJiTS,
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as j-:
AM hrthiiihatrea4.
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At Ul t 0.
XIU. WHtXHlSALb. A KKl-Allf. HKfinTS'r
ici bnaixe-i Jo lim BuuDa liniUtil.. Coiaiabaa. til
"i VtAAlilil BtAi CH. Ac CU..
7X Wholesale and Kaiail Uroiiglstf , and Dealerj
ja4r4rsuanBiaw AvwOTtsOT, . ,
i-t" .---zir- 4 North liiah street.
JoN GRAVERS. ;
Xl Dasiircers, bngfTrs sod PnrJlrsnerk.
Note
rial ana outer sealaieuaraveo ortlee. . A
'. J.JoJnd lutfaouta HiflB street.
FURNITURE,-&c.
triifmitfJSAniliSTt'0.l
V Jeaoalaoauren aiik Whaieaala aeM Bataii.9eal
-aflli iimiiwp.imi. .hhiiwi awti 1
; in. si. ao ata. MiB Ot. .tvtp Ht Jhbm)
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iiammaetaiais i Aratelaaa faraitairai .Wholr
ale lad . fciaiai It araruouia, a, f nam 8 4iwnIl4
:r.;OusFURNisiiiNG;
.4-
a , Ajsuaiiawaija)u. or.
XLta Dealer-in Mantles. Blores and Souse rnri
ialiinai I siiulf l-"'l '"."'Tr"Tr and sheet lxoJ
Ware.
1.
A Hosts' fornishinjr tioxls, afahtles. Grates.
- 4Jopoer..rin,aaa .TSJieai jtrvu, w aoa jnanues
ri. . - n'lSOu JSuatn Bi4h street.
' ' ' - . : 1 "
a'i. ctaih . T 1 1 I Oil A HUir.
." A Iwim in Hardware, loo use rarnubina Qood.L
f Maible and biale aae4,Uratea, btaaas. Hot Ajr
"eBaooa.io. M.;.i(i.a t.u or aUeatT
.iit ..!. Jie-i Jni, s.i
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D.a JomMnioa. t orwardinB and Produce Mer-
lAltlrSnAlK.lliOIV, !
5ifeB&aSt
street. . ,
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JUCJIHS DIEECTCIIX
HOOP SKIRTS.
EHEED,
. llannfaetnrer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in KMplin 7kM
and Fancy Uooda, 103 South High strr 4t.
s.
P. AXTELL,
lealer in MuniAal MmIimJiu Tlnnla. Rta
tionery and Faney Goods senerally. Special A sent
for the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
naenine. no. mo south Uiah street. eor. Kicb.
HATS & CAPS.
."a.- (noccasaor ta js. umj uaaiar mou; vaps.
Furs and btraw Goods tut South Hign street.
(Sun Golden Hat.) '
HOTELS.
MATIORAL HOTEL,
i.1 Opposite Depot.
J. H. JJAV11
H. DAVIUSOIT. Proprietor.
. JL'oraer Hiih and Town streets. ?
wjriatoai 1
i- - JS. J. JJI
BLOUNT, Proprietor
ZfcTTLEK HOVSE,
Corner Fourth A Friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables.
JL.. A. BO WJSUS. Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
CONNECritTTJT BCTOaL LIFE -.luranea
Company. Aaaata, $16,100,000.
WM. JAMISON, Aaent. Uoluinbns, Q.
NEWKIRK Ac 1TIIL.TENBER4SER,
GENERAL. AGENTS Security Life Inanranea
Company, ri " s 3 i3 Jlo". 6 Opera Houses
Hoitie ihsdkakog: coitiPAmir of
Uolumhns, O.' apital and Assets. i48.614.i7.
W
C. if. BAKER. Seo'y.
Office. Nos. A t Opera Honiie
MTLLTNERY GOODS.
c.
w . Mimmons,
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
191 a. B;h street. Opera House Block.
IH A. 1MIWNIN6,
...... KOBIW ID O.UI1U.I. UWU3 ,UU
minirs. No- 67 North Hich street.
JJH. W1LKIE,
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 south Bikh street.
MERCHANT TAILORS, it
SCHAFHADKEN Ac wOHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
No. 68 North High street.
c.
W.NHWANDEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in (lentil Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent tor the Diamond Shirts,
!.J I IT TWtWrush Bub street.
THE OHIO lOERCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 18S S. High at. Gents'
suits made to order. Beady-made Clothing al- J
ways on hand. . .
JOMH U. KICKENBACUEK, I
. Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and :
Gents' Furnishing Goods. !
ry. tt .n sto. n ortn tugn atieeai '
JOHN MIINTEB,
MERCHANT TAILOR. 3S0 South Piirh mt
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
ANDREWS Ac Ht7L.,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High nfreet. tiex- door to Postoflice.
IjAtEl. USAL.JUANN,
A? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind-
Jr ublioations in both German and English.
231 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANRKRWS, PEKRT CcaTOT,
? Manufaetarers and Dealer, in Writlna.Trint-
ing and Wrapping Papers. 3 A as North High .
Nc V1NS Ac ill VERS.
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fii
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Nonh high street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
I)ALJ)W1 Ac STKVENS.
jO PHOTOGRAPHERS.
81 rjonih High street.
T
yi. ELLIOTT,
fJa PHOTOGRAPHER, 10T South High street.
rictnres maoe in every style and sue.
Da
J. ARCHER,
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc..
No. 336 South High street.
PHYSICIAN.
lOWNNaTlnrnl rri.T77rr
3 Ooera rTnnRA. YrMMIhanCM A? fnA
Eye, Ear, Heart, Tbruat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
ot Women and Children.
PIANOS.
Jr. HARRIS Ac CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte t
Co.'s and Baines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also. Organs,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
36 JNorth High ftreet;
J.
J. WOODS,
Agent for Chickerings and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also. Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Jlusic.
31 South High street.
' it.. . i...., ,!, i ii t i,
itESTAURANT,
,Miml t
BANK )EtCH AN O Ei 'REsTAV BANT,
Corner State and Hish streets.
CHAaLEK MYER, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
AETNA SEWING J7IACHINE8,
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and l Ooera
Honse.
W. PIMMEL, General-Agent.
WATCHES, AND JEWELRY.
p
s i
V'B. .OtlABAII 4K CUkHkt ii iv i
lit Dealers in F'ine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Piatedwara, Spectacles. Ao.. No. 11 Ea.t Town
street.
SI AXES Ac MAKRtNU'lON
X (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch. s. JewelrT. Silver Ware and Soeo-
tacles. No. 1 INeil Houte.
Fa. Ac l leii;erevx,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jew4ry$.-:tl South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BANcttorr BKOS. Ac CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
FEED, JTONES fc CO.,
a. a.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. Gwynne Block, Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking Company at the city ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under an sot of the General Assembly of the
said State of uhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank ol Ohio and other Banking Com
panies." passed February 34tb, 1845, being desirous
ut relinquishing and elosing its Banking business,
to ttat and has. in purtu. nee of the statutes of the
said ,-tate of I'bio in auph case made, paid and re
deemed m.ire than ouietr per cent, of the maximum
rsmouhroT its circulating notes, "aad delivered the
same to tne treasurer ot state ol tne said Slate ol
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Tre.surer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio tor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of Cleve.aod, at the raid oily of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of tbe Board of Directors of the
Uitv Bank of Cleveland, J uly 8th, 1868,
u ,00. Js U lil J juyjij lreanlan.
'frll'rfttBnW
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE BE.
eeived by the undersigoed, at the office of the
.-id0iiK?,D'M w"ks in the oity of Columbus,
until 1HCKSUAY. Ulst January, K69, at l!S H.I
lor building the SUDeratrnntura of a 3-trna. Hri.,
across tne Utg Walnut oieek. on the line of tLe N a
tional Koad. in Franklin n, ,.,. t
th. u; . 1 : . . , , . . ' .
spantobe ahoutl.3 teet long, "and 3oU feet "wide, '
trout put to out; to be oovered. by the out of oak
shingles, and weatherboarued with good first com- '
mon boards.
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with speoifioa- I
Hons in deUil. All of said work to be done to tbe
satisfaction of the Board of Public Works and tha 1
rwideAtehgioeeroif 4jeNatronatT9ad; f
Tbgh tajeeeoy or all brd.laB-or speoi
Scations is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIRV
Resident Engineer National Road.
dec84-did r :
The Sisters of St. Mary',
OF THE SPRINGS. RECENTLY OF
.Somerset. Perrr county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday tn neptemoer. jooa. r or rjoaru ana a
i:.: aim. tu fuc ... bibm. . ,M . .. .ua
FOB LE.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
sound. Will bo fold low.
i
DRY GOODS.
MU.GHT&FS
t .
f" r..
1ST X2 "tV
JJA '
FALL AND J WIN TBR
to
DRY. GOODS.
EXrRAORDLNARY INDUCEMENTS
TO
BUY 'ATT
r r -,-77 -Jrc -j - XT
NAUCHTOrj'S!
Parens icri ef Dr;
7 Goods are cord lauv Invited to
call and examine the ,- . j
NEWS T O C K.
. DRESS GOODS"......;
FANCT GOODS-."
SHAWLS .'.
DOMESTICS.........
"EVERYTHING ........
....CHEAP I
v. CHEAP
....CHEAP!
.....CHEAP
....CHEAP
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 Ac 188 Bontss Hls;b Mtreet,
deol9-dlj. ; ,7 y COLXJMBUS.OB10 '
HOTELS.
HOUSE,
" ?a r (Recently Merchant's Hotet.y -'"'d tT
Ros 830 siiiel 838 "enth it If Jb. Street, :
OOL UMB OS. 0SI0. '
THE UNDERSIGNED, FOR A NIT.TI
' her of vears nrotjrietor of the ffatinnal Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure i i annoviein; to the
ublic that he has leased the above named House
or a term of years, h.d it tborouzhlr renovated.
lupplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is aaw ready lor the reception of guests, both
transient and regolai boarders. He litters himself
that his long experience in the hotal .business and
his determination to devote his entire nursonal at.
tention tueretd-will enable him to give perfect sat
ssfaction to all who may f .vor him wit 11 their pat
ronage. J - H. REYNOLDS.
N. B: A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons; also, extensive StnbliBg, attended by
competent and attenave hostlers. . H. E.
oecio-aim
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
.-: jVoarth Mtreef, nrsr ITIaiss,
CINCINNATI; OHIO.
BKSBT P. ELIAS,"- - - .'.Proprietor
?:;
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place tor persons visiting the oitv. No pains will
be soared U make the stav ot guests nleasant in
ever oartiou) ' - - - myUi-deet
inSCELLANE0US.
Agents ,Wanted-!--0 a Day.
T WO 10-'MAPS. FOR ' 4. '
LLOYD'S
PatentRevplving Double Haps
Of America aiid Earest, America and
. s,ne sjetiseei Biaieecx smtrloa. -
Colored in 4000 Counties. '
TOIESE GREAT fttAPS. NOW JI ST
M. -completed, show every place rf importance,
all Railroads, to date. nd the latest, altera
t ons in the various Ear peso. Sta'es, ' These
Maps are needed in every School and family in the
land they occupy the space of on Map, and by
means 0 Jthe Reverser, either side can be thrown
front, and any part brought level to theeye. - Coun
ty Rights and large discount given to good Agents.
Apply for Circulars, Term, ami Sample Maps, to
1 -i - LLUID'S M Ar HUKKAU. ;
- deoll-dAwlm- - - 23 Cortlandc St.. Y.'
Vs ":; Stockholder's , Mecllnj; ,
OFFICE OP TrJB ; ' 0 V'
Coltjkbct, Chicago a Inn. Cbnt. RV 'o ,
- - - CoLCTjBrg, O., December 34th. 1S68.
A.. IrlEEl'ING Of THE 8IOCK.HOLD
X V en of the Columbus. Chicago and Indiana
Central Railway Company will he held at the of-
nie el tne uompany. in the eitr ef UoJumbus
Stateof Ohio, on FRI I) A Y. the 29th da. of JAN.
CARY. 1869. between tha hnnrs of 10. A. M and 9
P. M., to approve or reject a contract rith the At
lantic Great western Railway Company and the
Lne rtauway i.omnany, ana tor otner purposes.
By oraer of the Board.
. t - GORDON JMOODIE.
, deeSO dtd ... y. r , SeoreUry,
Fi?e Cenis Reward.''
WALKED A WAV -TOO LJZf TO
run-one J. W. BROWN LOW. said to be a
brother of the Governor !of Tennessee . He ts by
profession a SoulDtor. bv trade a iuUr. . All ner-
sons desiring per ' anent investments can with ner-
fcot safety entrust him with their money. A4 last a
counts be was engaged in tbe whisky business,
1 he above .reward; also the thanks of several vic
tims, will be given for any information as to his
wnereaDouts. upon application to tnis omoe. r
janTdtf
.Dr. Barton's Tobacco Antidote.
Vawkasieu to 1
t ALli 1
t rom Tobacco.
ana AonaiMc,
lIm an exceUenti
ItpuHi
punjum and rtt tbe toUMd, lnvlgnrati
.STSasd
greatx
tiengthttDiDtrlHiw-
1 the stomach to digest the heartiest
sleep reaVsbiiiff, ftoal eaUbiisbe. rotmit besvlth.
ana
box. Poe An inlereirting trefttiM on iUb Inrioui
effects of totacea, wtth llu of teartimonialaf xrfereiaCaM,
Hill AASJBWB. AfjjBBntel WBI11W. Aaurr
PoifTMAsreM's
bboxef Burtoa'e
Dd it A. eTMteal
Anadota Lrom
- w. , & Gatha
Eiarrtooa Co Ohio.
PKObT TBI U. S. T
- Mn4 supply of tas !
' it tDOrk 1DBBXT.
r Omee. Plia
ik am received hat dens
u. X. Itnata,. .
- PBOM New HsVXpssBIH
g fanoa. Oentlemen of
I of th. appetite for tobM.
(nfliinrurei harr ttATlnv hawn
Co bv naintr Dr. Burton's -AaTiiaott. era (ir-uri a aninrilv tear
, we deiixe a sopply for
the irisonerB of this
A Bunm's Tmsnvpkr. DrBm-t(mB Anttdota fbr
' Toteooo Aa aommrniified aB ktwfor ii. - , -
W. Hxd,km Nsi. soJlNw Albsny, tnd.
e A CiMmaTMmM AterrMois.--!twlox or Amtidotm
iuifa oar Drouieranti mrttXL IT vktk
jut. sH.fiiouAiu, jkeAwyw btauaoo,
Hjudqoiitiii. LfafU'. Ham. 1
toes ainad Jtirty-AM pond of Uh ihrhe month by
Wllam. Dr. RTrtnw.' AntiHnt anil all dcBttTS f A tObSCCO i
temored. X Wifc I. wUit, Jb.
FBOV AttCm BOtTTHTKW H0aT JoUKIf IL BaV
box of Btrrton! Antidote resuwed all dtre for
the wsfcd from 010. I taVke DlesAure in recommeiioi
' SaU qSLT rMerS. A. a. ouatbk.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
ATCavtiaiil Beware of InjmiQtu Counter
fe ta ftdveitiefed by Rurobuji vi u i
nov30-lti3iiioa-FNY
Valuable Residence for Sale.
S? ITuVxFD 0 , MKOADWAV,1 BE.
teen Hifih and Ttiird atreets, enntainiug
twanty rooms, belh hoase, witv bot and mld wa
ter. AI50, improved riLgo and fariiaco. Poaeea-
sion given April lt. . , ,
Kor price and terms, apply at this office.
ja-T-dtf -: :- - 4 -
BOOTS AND. SHOES.
T.S 8HBFA11D.- fKf i 0. BeBIOBB;
CHEAP BOOTS ANQSHQES.
.NEW; FIBM;
" ' I " I
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T ,. SHEPARD HAVING FOR .71 En
a . A' partaarship . wi th O. HOKIOlbR, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
0. la SOUTH -MUM STItLKI,
Would respectfully' invite their friends arid "the
public generally to call and examine their fine and
well selected stock of Lsdies', UentsV Misses and.
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from tbe Kest. and which they are now offering
tor sale on the meet reasonable terms.' In-oor man
ufacturing department special attention ie- gives to
'mu 9VCBSrOM MADE WORJC. J-
Repairing of ail kind neatly and promptly dan.
'We would Tespeetfully eolieit a sbsre f eoblia
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
show goods. it..., .
' Remember the place No. ie South High street.
' .- SHEPARU A H0RIMKR.
'Colmbus,0. Sept. U, 1868, r seplS-dtf
! -17.-.I t fl !
MEDICAL,'
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.why:: endure
A LIVING DEATH!
)-') ij ..
i. i r..'-i
-t. .7.-;,
The confirmed dTsnentle wiav almost sav with St.
Peter."! die daily." Theobiect of this article is
not to remind him of B jhispangs.huttoshow
bimhowtobanishthea I I forever- ( The means
of immediate and, permanent relief, are proffered
U11U 1U .... ,
HOOPLA NETS
GERMAN ,;BlTTERSi
.9 .'i.-.l. .xtf.Y
And it ia for him to sav wh.thar ha will -nntlira 0
to endure a living death. or to put himself in
sition to render life enjoyable. ' -
UVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of thaetfieaoy of ibis matoWew TeceUbla ' ttom-
United States healthy tnen and women, rescned
from torture by ira - uie, and eager to bear
MBiuivur im if'j -mkw i Mira. u aiuera wm
any other Bitters in existence in this special paiv
tFor sveh constitutions and system as reqatiefor
tQeirinTiorUona,4tffiiaive BtimalanW
.v;. HOOPLAND'ST "
CERMAN vTONIOI
Bat been provided preparation in whioh the sot
id extracts of the lines restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution bv-m. aeirituona
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Satieat, in cnoosing between these two great anti
otes, should be guided by hie own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ion; but in cases where the emergepcy is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thousands find infin- A ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or oh. si
eal prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
.u wuivu, Mug I W OUIUUIBOU, UX9J Will BOS CUOC.J
eure. : .
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments Wtuon interfere with emovmenti ea.fc . nnm
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a - ,, i .
: new majv
Through the Instrumentality of the" most powerful
and popular of all. vegetable iuvigoranu and cor
rectives , ... ... . ." ,
flOOFLAM' GE8M BITTERN
Biliousness. TndigestlonJ Oanerai t)hillrT-. iiM
all theeomplaintawbich proceed flora i went if
roper action in tne liven toe atomactt snd the
o a els, are eradicated by a course of this great . ( ,
" j ' " .' '. : 'i " a
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC
Which notonlvcomhatsand eonauera dis.a)M,.4hat
have entrenehed themselves in the system, bat
is tbe best known safeaaard- against ail unhealthy
infidencefl. Persons whona onnnnatinn. .n n.,r.
suits suoject them to the depressing effects of a
etoeevuownoiesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the Vow fevers and
other disorder which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are , .
Wasting.; away, :
Witnuut any special complaint, exeeot a gradual
will find in the BIT-- P" TKRS a fountain ii
vitatttv- ana visor. RS B retrtv.ri.nv aitrt eril-
erating as apoolin tha desert to tbe sand-soorobed
ana tainting travelers. ;..- -f f, 1 1
HOOPLAND'S
OERMAN; BITTERS
faoomnoaei of tha nnre I nines far. aa thnv are ma.
dieinally termed, Extracts), of R vot', Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly conoentratad
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
a ii, a.
; CERMAW ;TtpNIO:
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with tne purest Quality of Santa Urns Knm
Orange, ete,, making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the nnhlin
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, :Dys-w I neoiia. Uhronic or
Nervous Debility, Mm Chronic Diseases of
tne moneys, ana an aiseasas aris.ng lrom a.disor-
aeiwu 44ivei: r stjuuacu, . .. .... .- n..
..' . '. such . .", ,' T
- as Cofisti- - " ::-
nation,-Inward '' i '
Acidity 'of the -Stomaoh.
:. .., Nausea, .Heartburn, Disgust
" ' for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
: Btomaoa,-Sour aruetatiuns. Sinking "
or fluttering at the pit of the Stomach. ,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Oiffioult'
Dreathins. fluttering at the -Heart.' c.hokina or
SutfoeatinsrtSensations when, in a Lying Posture,
, wiuiiiw, ui , laiuu, i.uuf ornaos oeiore tne
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
1eficiencr of Perspiration, Yellowness '
'" :" of the Skin and yes. Pain in-the ' i
I Bide, Bank, Chest, Limbs. eto..r ,
,t, ., , Sudden Plushes of Heat., t .
, ' ' ' Burning -in the Flesh. ' !
' j ' '.44 Constant Imagin- . ' ' ' '
ings of Evil, and. ; ,1 i
Ureat Depres- , .
-'.5 aion - of '5 -
! .n.l. ' " Spirits.
Thoy are the Ureatest and Best '
.. . . . . -v I'V
BLOOD FUXIIITIERS t
Ever known, and will-eure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver ia older. st Keep your digestive
organs in a sound, . healthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
assail yuu - - i -. -..J w ,U:j
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the nse of either of these remedies.-
Tbey will cure every ease ef 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
observed, are men of note and of.such standing that
uiaysBuatBO oeuevea.--, - -
- - w . . . w . .. . j k t-j "i
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
-( (fi : r-1 ' w ulii - j s-i.-.t-.a
' 1 OP PENJIa-SYLVAmA' " "I
SPEAKS FOR THESE JjMEDJES.-;,
W he would ask lor more dignified, or "stronger tea
. .l j v i ; Umony t ......
HON; CW,lw60DWARD,
3 e r ' , . I '
Chief Justioe of (he Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writJS :
Philadelphia. Mann is, I86T.
1 find Hoofland's Uerman Bitters" is a good ton
io. u-oful in dUeases , fan of the digestive or
(tans, and of great ben- I W eat in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous aotim in the system
your truly.. ik.GEO. W. WOODWARD."
-HON. JAMES- THOMPSON.
Indite of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl vania,
- FaiLADBLPHIA, April 98, 1869.
Ieonsider Hoofland'p German WitieM" a vain a.
ble meditiine in e sea of attacks of Jndieeation or
Uspepiia. r 1 can certify this trom my experience
n - ,u 3IjiES THOMPSON
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
J- 'T - ' i T1 ft , i
ProthoBotary ef the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
i Pbilab-blphia, Se 1. 14.1667.
"Hoofland's Germa i Bitters'' is a ver useful ar
tinlA aa a tnnie and as fiftl aooetiaer. - It 14 not an in.
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons 01 au age. ne pecimiiy yours,
; , T ' i JAMKi ROSS SNOWDEN,
v. -OAUTION. '
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited
See thit the signature P oi C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of 1 each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Prinninal Office and Manufactory at tha German
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila-
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
c . j- t :-
' Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
:- -Ui4 -.i? 3PH.IC33EIJr3. ';r ii.;;
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.......! 00
Hoofland's tierman BitterB, half doien. ....... 6 00
Hoofiand's German Tonic, put np in qt. bottles 1 60
.per ooiTie.or a. nan uozen lor 91 ou. .
TJo not fotget to examine well the article yomtiuy
u oruer w so uie auuuo.
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FOB -SALE Jryw, : DEVCtpI&TS
' - And Dealers in Medicines svarywhere.
jy-dwA geowly - - - i '
( : I.-' - "i - in . M-
'-'.! V I . ;-- i .- , i . , . I .... .
Great V Reduction in Price.
QlTAEirT AND PROPXBTIES UKIMPAIKED, . '
4V, DELIGHTFUL. NDTRITI0US BEVERAGE.
A Pleasant Invigorating TON IC.
A Substitute for ALK and ALCO tOLIC DRINKS
ASTRENGTHENER FOR THE DEBILITATED,
i.' Especially. Nursing Mothers). .- -".-A
certain RsvtEDr foe Disordersof the
TBS0AT, CHEST, lUNGS, AMD ST0UACB.
- Sold by Drut gists aad Grocers. -
-,- Zf JOS. 8. PEDERSKN, !V
.. ; r 2K Murray St.. New York.
, Sole Agent for U.S. and British Provinoes ofN-A
jsn4-eod3m-TMT r . i : j
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,).-; ,.f- , U' ' f i
1 "FW , AMD CO0IPLETE COAL
XI COOKING STOTE, combining a large oven,
good baking qualities, beauty of design, economy
ot luaL and cbeaDnes.. for sale bv the manufso
turers, "Who have a fine line ot Wood t'ooking
stoves ana. noiiow-ware. uit.1, as Krjf. Vhi.
deo33eodlm-r - .... 80 North High at. '
.ill;-
'J I Tha Great Jlealefae far the Akfm. care
, . wlUsoat rail, erery klaot ef thVi1 I
- atgrtitly ernptlon ar Ska fac.i'J
. v 'J, ar ftrMlwgT. Irrltmlina;, aa .
.... .aliaaraaalna; eataaeooa : : 'u-Kii.
j . iHaaaae aa say part . : t i ' ; il-
.i ,-. ar Mie person. , , K J(!
.; B Jbna aasrtg nliarnt mntf ttU wtortifjfnf annv '
(ton, and I eim now looking quite like a mna," writes
- Charle E. Nol.le, General Agont of Micb. Central
tnBteadwarrli. JT.-. ,4; ...... .,.,
We find it am invaluable remedy for Tetter, eat.."
-"write Jtigfey Bros. Druggists, Fairfield, Iowa.
'f a., tried ymr vaimnble remedy for .Berbnr'e
Steh with great meoeo," writes C. W . Turnout, of
-" Xeemiustur, Jtfuss.- v. . ,
Bend for circular;: Price, 75 cts. and glJOO,
i- ' Prepared only by goLON PALMER, ' '
' 36 .West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O..'
: ' - For sale by Druggists generally. ' , '
septtl deodAwly - - '
;' 50 PEB CENT. BEDUOTION.-
NOTICE TO I JTlUHCHANTW, BANK
. era. Brokers, Pnbbsbers, Stationers, Print
er?,' Companies,- Lawyers. Architects, Schools,
Clergymen, Circulars, Prioes Current, . Letters,
Quotations, Cataloeufs. Mnsic, orsnr doeumentsor
drawings may be obtained at the following extraor
dinary, cheap prices;.- 100 copies, fac siuiilies, of
an, document or drawing, Ac, 12; 500 eopie., $5;
' 1,000 copies, 98. Ac; 100.000 copie. A450, or SO per
eent. upon tie above prices may be saved by using
Maurice's Patent Autographic Printing Press, lor
Offices, Publishers, stationers. Printers, Schools,
' Companies, Ac, Price 480. A young boyoan sTike
- off loo eopiee, letter fire, per hour, of any doeu-mei-tfdrawiBg.-musie,
with the greatest facility.
Maurice' Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
price.. Public experiments each Ssturday.
N. B All kinds of Lithographic work are done
with tbe greatest care at the lowest rates. 1 Maur
ice's Patent rtutonr.pUio and Lithographic Print
ing. Writing and Lograving Establishment. ' 10
North William street. New Tork. -deol7.d3tawly.TKg
'
.-i v.A-a : A ... . .... ,.v- ..,
i COMMERCIAL BANK.
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TBE COmmERCIeL BANK, located
in "Sessions'. Biock." corner High and Long
streets, will be open for business January 4th,180.
Accounts of individuals and firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed.- INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME OKyOSlTSi' Gold and Silver. Foreign
and. Domestic Exchange, government Bonds and
looal securities bought and sold. , fassage Tickets
to and from all the principal ports in Europe is
sued. - 1 : j . - 1 -1
. The sove Bank will be open for the transaction
of business, except paying checks, Wednesdar and
Saturday evenings of eash week, from T to (o'clock.
- dec30-eodltn J. A. JEFFREY, Cashier.-
: EMOLLIENT. CREAM. ..-
THIS DELIGHTFDL AND ELEG ANT
preparation, introiuced last winter, having
received so many flattering commendations from
those who used it. in luces tha propr etors to bring
it again before the public assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the bast protector of the akin
against the inclemency of the winter season. It
not only imparts to th, skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
aod preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of the r-kin,
it baa no equal, while its soothing qualities and
.delightful fragrance render it a neoessary append
age to the toilet. Prepared only .bv MARrLE A
R1TSON, Dispensing Chemists, 100 South High
street, Columbus, Ohio. - ' aov4-deod&w4m
Turnpike Notice.
THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CAPITAL
stock ot the Lancaster, Lithopolis A Grove
'port Turnpike Company are hereby not i fled that
there will be a meeting of tbe st'.ckboMra of said
Company on SATURDAY. FfcBRU ARY6th, 189,
at the office of John Morehart. Esq . Lithopolis,
Fairfield count v. Ohio at 10 o'clock A. M. ot said
day, for tbe purpose of electing - seven Directors of
said Turnpike roed tor tne ensuing year. . ,
January 6th. 1869.. -
S. O. HENDREN. Sr.,
President of said Turnpike Company.
dec31-dltaw4wAwtd - - -
The Colambus and Hocking Val-Jey
Jtailroad Company. (
! K&tice to tstodfiioldei-s. '
. Columbus, Ohio, Deo. 18th. 1863.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the .Stockholders of this Company
will he held at its Office, ia tbe eity of Columbus
on Tuesday, January 6th, 1869. between the hours
of -lOo'olock A. M. and a- o'clock P. M.. at which
thirteen Diretors for said Company will be elected,
and such other- business transacted as may be
brought before the meeting. (Stockholders are re
minded thai tbe la-v provides that "after the first
elect'on of Directors, no person shall vote on any
share on whioh any installment is due and unpaid."
J. 4. JAHS1I1 .
decl9-d3tawtd-r
. Seo'y and Trees.
JNO. S. ROBERTS,
DEALER II ;; ' ,:1 ;
TOILET ARTICLES,' PERFUMERY,
( AND
Trj.TSTC5T Or 04X3J8.
A full stock of CondrayV, Rommel's and Lubin's
Extracts aad Pomades. --',..,
Na. 234 Nartls Hiffh Street,' -"; " :
decll-eodlm - - C0LUMEVS. 0UI0.
. 1VXI0LESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BROOES. ALEX. BCH'6TON. WM. B. 8L D
JV Ac 13. BROOKS,
Cor. Rich AcIIigh Sis., Columbu
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN ' ,
UFW ORLEANS SUGARS AKD. If : .
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spioes.T aoo . .
IiIOTJOXia, tibos,,
febS-ly - .:
GROCERS.
im;iMILES & .Mm.aii)S
'--NO. 1a & l SOUTH HIGH STREET
v';," G.xt o c e x& s, ;
PROPRIETORS COLVItl BtJS POW
l)r K MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents) for,
the sale ef i ! - ' i - V i
'"' GASQNER, PH1PPS' A.COv'S
Olebra-ted tSuBrasr Cms-ed Ilanaa,
j. i -ii. .:,).:: and dealers in-f' ': -..., h;'.;
foreign; do m kstio and staple
. v GROCERIES u
In all their varieties, lusported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, etc. . u i '' ''' n iull-eodlj-
. i. j.l .0 ijiltiJl I''..-. "!-r.iliJ it
I, : . PRINTED AJJD PUBLISHED BT,., -a
RICHARD -NEVIN8.
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E- R. ESHELITIAN, J ,,,. ,
1 p. H. FLOOD,
COLUMBUS.
OHIO t
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S VTURDAV BIORNINS.
- JAN.
News and Otherwise.
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Gold closed in New York yesterday at
135. - ' .: ! .--il :-. :irn -!!,.; -l-i,-;.-'ig.iT
There are 270 Jiotels In New Hampshire.
r Wavkrly has a lew cases . of small -pox.
i A good waxonniaker is wanted; W ChiJ
licothe., j'-;! i ,ta 7-iiiit
TrtKRK are a-few men ont of employment
inEJyria. ::'", ;.:;. ;.; l;y-.;, v.-.V
Is 863, there were 24,889 deaths In New
Yofk city.' ! 3 ?-i;:'- .i:fl:-iJi!.b
Monet !n New .York Is Rrowlng Bomer
whai easier. : -.-j.--., ,.; ..:;i.;;:3
Thb Lorain County Infirmary fcas forty-
one inmates. . ... -- ii;,".,;, ;,-y
Fiftt new bnildins-s werd erected' In
Nobwalk was -the former residence oi
"Josh Billings.'' :' ,:' - 'i X ' "''! "i-
i-.t .. ., .' ,--.!! fi.i: r. v:?i !
i: John 11. Botts - is dead having died
Friday inorninjr i ; "' -''"1
Sunday evening concerts, are not allow
ed in-for tl&ad. Ke, ; ;i (-:. ;-i-'ii x
Thk editors ol Central penrisylTanla'ate
to meet on the 8th . ,; -.,,' . ,", , , .
General RotjsseAu died In New Orleans
on Thursday night..
v., j
I Ml ll l
A'Bostoic deacon- has abstracted $1,000
from the church plate.;',"" fl -""A
i Ftjsex. oil is a deadly poison used in the
adulteration of Whisky. i:r:i.H '
Tp Shield and Banner, is going to get, a
power press and enlarge, v .n:-.v mnir-:!
' Frkmokt, Pa., with a population of 6.0CO
has only 600 church-goers., ,".- ,
STi 'Joseph, aIo- claims. In hare whole
saled Jast year to nearly il,000,Wio.1. ' . t
' Reckjttly a bar of tin was made at Tem
ascal, Sar) Diego'county, California;7 ?
' ' - . Jn .. . . -1 i. ,-- 1.' !i
Read tbe Cbillicotha Advertiser's edi tc-
riaL-"Kepadlatloh wnere tt will leid.
. Thk Wlgan is : the deert'cSJlpi'fj ixt. En
gland-one-third ot a mile underground.1)
" Th?. Treasurer of poss cbunty ' received
taxes, to the amount of 100,00Q in Decern
ber. ;. .i ,:U. ,tij io j'.,s:;i'ii5,ij viuix
'The Ohio Insurance Company 'of Chill-
cothe, cleared over twenty-flve per cent.
last year!, 'a -l.il4 .. i-tfl r h-m
Ok million dollars "were ixpkatfek last
year in SU Joseph, SLo , putting up hew
bnildinirs. . i : : iff lrt-f.nryyfxirn
s .. Tiifc'lDemocracy of "vFari e county' com
memorated the 8th pf (Xauiary in grand style
in Wooster. ot -j. ii-x I
Sacbamsmto, CaIilorpia,':baa i'k mc&fciitji!
spring,, the waters of which are a fever and
ague prerenuve. r i .: ,, i -. - m i
'. A Gcumam doctor Is In the Nor walk jail
for . brutaily ; beating his wife ( While in a
fltof drunkenne a. .T';t -iit ni i;. :
Twbhty-fiy marriage licenses were Is
sued by the Probate JnJge ef Champaign
county m December; .J..-.
Somebody, has,, made the discovery that
the country is overstocked, with -exceed
ingly poor preachers; ;.lM - -i- '-f
t Ik jtlansAeld, on. Friday .night, .the De
mocracy of Richland befitting! commem
orated the 8th of Jannary.: -." '' "''
c. Philadelphia,' J?as; three )iundrei. and
eijrhty-nve .churches thlrtyl-sevetri 0 f
which art'RomanJath61icV':" !i.ii-i!
. ... ...) 'Mi. ....ll ...-! !u In O-.st.I ((!
, Thk Brown . County. NewnVrfarors: the
nomination by the Democracy! 'Of Hon
Chilton A. WhiteTbf Governor."
t .. . - . , --a
John Baker, an old resident of Waverly,
died in bis, oed, Saturday night, without
previous indications ot sickness,,,., -
1 THE'large 'floarlng mill of "Russell vllle.
Brown county,, was consumed, by fire on
the night of the 30th of December. ,i-A
It ls'-cnstorhary-'ln Lowen'MassJi for
people who wjint to glye big parties to hire
tbe publle halL It saves their own houses.
" 'A youn9 woman subject to flte pf, epi
lepsy literally roasted , to death the other
day In Kappa, 111., by falling across a hot
stove.
. It is a familiar spectacle in the streets of
New. Orleans to see Confederate: Major
Generals ' rolling' ' libxes, ' in their ehirt
sleeves.;-.., -.Jri V; '. '?-.t. s'hiun
' JohnTT; Glsssner, Esq.', '-was last week
voted a fine gold-headed cane.'at the Cath
olic Fair, as " the most popular editor in
Mansflcld."-: Deserved. j 7.' I T5
A Bepcblican Senatorial caucus "held
on Thursday disclosed the fact that there
is no likelihood that the Senate will agree
this session on any financial scheme.
i
L B. LEt DSEsq- has
associated with
him his son, T, J.Leeds, In the publication
of that sterling Zemocratio journal, the
Brown County News. Prosperity attend
them. ..
'" Whisky prompted Christopher1 Heaton
to strike Frank Stockmaster on the head
with sin iron bar in Sherman," Huron
cbnnty, on the '29ch : of December. J Death
resulted. ''".. ",':l'v '
"'a ten ' .year Old soti of Judge' 'Vaiu
while walking on the pavement In LTrbana
last Wednesday evening, fell, and. so badly
injured his spine that it ia doubtful wheth
er he "will be able to walk again: '
'Bra majority ot 533, the voters ot TJr
bana township have Voted to assess $20,000
In addition to the 1C 0,000 already offered
by Champaign ee-atrtyY to secure the loca
tion pf the State Agricultural College, t
.The Chillicoth Advertiser, would have
the Ohio Legislature " recognize' the' fact
that, we have too much legislation already,
pass as lew bills as possible, and adjourn
sine die at the earliest possible moment.
-. Leaf year was not of much advantage to
the ladies or Seiieca county. Last year
(leap year) only three hundred marriage
licenses were issued In that county, where
as three hundred and fortyfive jvere issued
the preceding year. ' Sr...".??
Hon. D. W. Stambapgh, Senator for this
district, lies quite sick at his residence, in
this place. ' On Saturday last he. had com
pleted bis arrangementeor starting to Co
lumbus the first ot this week,', but, wis
suddenly taken ill. on Sabbath ,JjOhlo
Democrat., .,,., ,(, j'Hv,,u'j- v.'.o
-. Th Hooking Sentinel says that.tbe big
hogtfCaptJ.O. Beamy, at Boeklcg Fui
nace, was! killedt- oni Wednesday; ot j laat
week, ind weighedijWheBi dressedt j753
pounds.TiOWo fiCoamiii'.i.iyf ,ujt f,.,a (0
X The Hocklngi eatinel .said -, the. bog
weighed 923 pounds A: slight , mistake,
which tbe Statesman, will see (he propriety
Of correcting4H-i9&tiBi7 HenUnct, urn -i;
. i c ii-v ..:-Siv.t ''f CI- ' Uultl
In the Name of the People, we
Repudiation
it tne statesman does; not stand by tha
df Hon. George HPkndlitton,1 and by
tne teacnings pr Thomas JeffjIrson, It tser s
talhiy would have been.'easy: for the Crisii
to llave quoted th'enitJb its confiuslb8.1JiTh5 .
j would have be'eh inHrely'Deltef'tnari 6
have quoted John AdaMs in faVof oxHe -
' pudiatlon. "Because rie'adycca'te'.d'ft'ls'h
. more reason whyDetoerats isboaU
! turn RepudlationlstMtiah' they shout J ap-
(r.cuu Laic aucu 11UU C7CU.li.lUU IttWS BUU U1&
imprison mencs oi menwho'liA the'har
"dlhopd'to speak dUrse)Aiifl'pT)iIoM
President of the'Cqite4 ; SUte, oaV
graced his Administrations fa ' ) J. uesm
'- We raise! ritt Issue1 wlttV this fs'tehbTf-Ing.-ihe.
'.'pay'n.ent b.f he!cbn'tie4i-al, ittrj
repey.a We have stated explicitly Abittg by
reason of the .inability! bf the OotttJtifjntal
CfeAgreSS' ta'TAlse rnoneyondertW'rWe
Muferre'a'iroi)' li'bf'ji'eiaf
federation,, the Continents orlrpency n- '
derwent such depreciation Afttv ahse tha
;C6ntlnental CtonwMVdiivjai Schenijs
for Its ..funding , fat, forty, ;4 &)jt,
then H draped 'twit. ofccirctdafaon.hTliat;
'portion, of itthns!fo)nded:. and that portion
of, i jrunaenier;; Ji-f49yfdi
Congrests aa one hundred :for one wlthitbe
foreign debt and thedoietfo4Jeblv ldcla
dngt;heWardebUof the respective States,
Vas, JjaifioiraYoddHaVatt
This is.notrntrovered, ljist provea.by the
Crisis. .ni.iii..)qioTi Tit:.i ) l.iKi'iirti uj
The'TJrtaHi;disl!h'i
.nterjtfurj;e'ncywas'
the eje tent o tJirtyraiMjortieAird
of eompoa ftrpraigneraaceva'l' al
leges, ano ho latteilj woctbatew tbeOoa- .
-tiaentaV cucrency beoamei, fAvora usiaUitgh
the loUoayingi ii r, ,oiji;r.iiiiit io noil ,
rvuVByHhe middle of Ua,.j-eai j7so,,.Lhe -Continental
currency, estimated. ,ar, S200,
000,000, ceased to be of any value,' arid gold
' as an article t speculstion;;at the nte of
one dollar in silver for 600 er L90tiieua
reoey. Samuel Bt n hiSn'-dieWrii-'al
. Sketch of Paper Money,' says-that tbe, an
nihilation' ot the vaTuej'the repuiiWioitvif
you choose, of Tfoe,,'BreiJ:y) VsW'sb
oocoplete,- that, i beriw'ii 9 irWere -papertd
in jeart,iwith0 jtaeMmfc bAd .
. the sailors returnipg ,, ir,ra aea .were
paid off Id "bundles' of Jthis rwortttless
' wdrreyt bad 'saitrot' clothes iman'of Tt,
i ane. turnedj their.: less a lata ta irolloiby
..parading the,,streefs iii kcayed.nerj,
wh ch, in its .better days,. -had passed ior
thotfesndiof dotlar -T 'Agreat
clamor was raised AtoirttherrH' fro gvpc.
.iatr loyalists,;, money sbarkAt end.isnch
. people aa. we jiw hear expressing-itheir
horror, f the .same doctrines' applied. d
"ou present debt,' and1 'a shtfiit of repnerra
tion'wasset up; rwfc aay4 ay''errileriii
. those ,-tinje8aiaiij. patrkUc rrttsrpame
tOytde rescue, ,andtopxov'd.tbat aov-otJier
'mode of redeeming 'the notes w'ould Vnly
enrich brokers and 'speculator; whire' de
priving' the body oof the' aeopta wko ?wm
finable -to- hold hern,o(anyirewardsar
uhavingiecelvodthem,al he yaluesthey -fJimeriy
malutatLea.WTT rn5 11
We commend tblsextractfo he ftjgfffl
3slderatk)n. of tbeCjlis, twutjoitrtha
itinye Ujatwas
JreriuiiliJ. it iix jr ashat par 4$S
.thai; was pU).t qrin of urrepcr!
. signed , to pass as flioneyj; , h&Goyern meiit
(Cquui ,nqt prevent) .4'ts, dprecit fiipM
.fipxf. Tbev jaad.po inorjyianrXrdraie
.none, and Jtberewaaii,6) Apparent jofospect
.that they .could, raise any- soottr-Tbis caused
Its deprepiaUonjjTheraUoae thloxourhij- '
.tprictU,. .neighbor, doef , im leArly"suUrv
;whalj wastbjelfect, njEi1aIie. opuntry-w-,
upon. the;, army, upon ..armers upov
the inerchants, upon ,fl)e mech'anlcs,!
upon the laborers by reason of Inj. .de
preciation of theoeaiiflentaleurrency into
.utter worthlessness ? v.Dld it not produce
distress and poverty ?: i -t:),;. -';ci:(- g
-t To pasa irH Ibe; Kevqlutionary.perlofl
, down ta the present tine, we want Jo .know
what effept BepadiatiaaF wauli . bavp ispoji
'ourcuj-rencyiAndj tonstxiaf-titly'Bpon: the
: greatmasa of rth,e people.:! We baton twice
askediloi a.ocleftn statemeftt oMt effeoly
but instead ef iiddertaking; (o give .16 the
Crisis has taken -up. its Apace; i by j-LsJltiRg
about matters BOtgeaaue to the question,
iln its quotation. from'SAMirAX BbcA's His
torical Sketch ot Parser MBey,p it'iin-4-tentionally
gives a glimpse of ' the' awajufit
cent times th at Are id stbre for Wrpeoptevlf
its Repudiation doctrine snail prevail In tb-a
Bear future. J "'fii 3.ia"oi!Vt""'.B4tj
It is estimated thaV bu'riuihcyeo
' sists of -
FlrsTT tritreeiroaltT .Trx. .T.... ftXVmitM
Second; of National BmlHidtes.-?....Vh0)0
Third, fractional currejieiu.. 33.000.008
.Total paper-..--.-....4.;j... $ag9.tM.ooe
The public debt, sirtatement for the
month euding January JvJ8C9cless cash In
. the.Tfeasnary, is 2 519.707,201; 35 altiwill
be thus seen that the GrnbttCks Na
tional ankNotes and thi tiojMjdur
rency'lorm more than 'one-four,.,
amount. FurthermaravUiithe only thing
in circulation, that- griHby jtiieinairiB of
-moneys and. it hi admitted, by tfee streuhcros
advocates of the rreurtjrtfou'of epetf ie pay
ment, thatsuoh lfhejjjirpporppiioX om
in, the Qoun try, that resumption, wbeAoeir.it
of the public debt, t The TGreeriacjts asd
the Fractional Currency are'ohrinWrelst
bearing, and the National BariS'btes'afe
issued on'iTatfoiiiijl . tyj&kjw. feltji'qiyt
bearlng...v,; '. ' -' H - KiroT liht $
Now, Repudiation, sn'ch is th Crfefs ad
vocates, will rndfr iturjejxcy; jtiiVoVi
less as wai t jjssatji
"barbershops were papered Ja.eabwBh
tbe bills; and'-ihtviaaiterajreturnlng from
sea ;werexpaldoflrlo I.boaLlet:of .'this
-worthless i money ,": 'and1 Jad,!,48Uiftiajt
clothes madejDf it, inrf jij jSerfof vSto
deciyetiiiery,'.' wlijpiai t fcrW-ifch
a. froiie by parading tbftgh the tweU la
had passed lor thousands o( doHars.
'Riar.Mtb:a fimi
,'whlch the people are tjowtidoiegoblManaA
were thus rehire wortbleeeby the B -pti-
diation, -Agreat'cla'mor? rptiTiTlj ,'iBlitT
'.tjyher'people:
-Isbs, ) nroneys ahararaijd ieapelej'
would unite, regardless of party ooaisldeTsi
tloDevln aianior taadfvurd anyBring
'bufasrelaBle'So' the" Jmerr who'ojui
Joflictupputhem.gjjc.airFOuVari
even hundred imillionc f what goesfcw
(lhe name of papeif niorie j(?a)nob strlclr
en' out tit existence by1 BepudiatibnBitl
out Pausing tn the people the imost agoniz
ing distress; Henoev In the namif tfio
people, we oppo' 'Reptiiilatipn.; . '"t" ,
ji iaciorm aaopted by the' Democracy of -i
Otiio in State Con ventlon' otf trie 8th- 'of
j January,' 1868, And by the! Financial policy1
be Immediate or a year or two hen vltl
operate' disastrously "upon.ali -lnduedal
pursuits.' ,' Thls.Currencjt is pArtanii'faaieel
Tbe men who . toll, rom 'early torning
until late.iu fte;eVerift
the mechanlcf iia ''ardaa t$e.iperi;i Jfi
'I
''" AN'old gentleman waiting' f6f lite'lp.
tha greaj.depo yit Chfcagp;r?'tiy,')al( Jto
jt bystendertj Only think; oi Itl-V3ut '
little over, thirty ears eg FwasWerea
eighty iQres'oi Jaind, bn'pabi-lvlcllii Jh hi
"depot.U. jwwji'kjullt, .or g, povm thorse, b4
saddiev and.! waa toot enouga to keep the
i -sorrel.' p' ,,I!a w' -4,tii 10 ?5tiiJ
; :! Ae4 I i '. .. ...j' ,,i n... .1 if i
""A frs'sofrRTA' makes' one1 huhdreo! an3
i tothpasUlU;.Wpiretuo ;Ai44a, Ua.:ii .

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