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COLUMBUS, OHIO, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1869.
NUMBER 112.
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BTJSIHEiS DIHECT0RY
iiu ?i -Wi ARCHITECT.-:i
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fit T -' T..-BROPKES, - - i
. "Xle'.ATchiteot. -Civil bngineer "fte.1 c- 'r ' t i ,
iiS " - ' lUCee-oTer the Kationai Kxobaige Bank. .
i'H0i;J .lio.lATTOltNlSrS'Aa tAW: . ,
.;;w, . Oftoe.li(w6BSoiUi j ieh triev Aaihos BniloV
.fcau'in .-. . nun ..r, ' , ... J j ' ; ,'j i I
:, r UI1ES O. BULL, !
t ,Ji -AlIoEMiir-At-LAW 4V MAYOR. I
A Notary Poblio.' t
. . . - Office in Farson's Buildini;.
YVI.KIN A. WOODRIIFr.
.r ;. aTtobnevs-ax-law.
0JuVuCee-49U AtiHhXMet.Ainbs'BaUdine.
POTION COMMISSION.
f. TrG.BEll,, . '
.'.!!tr ej e)AootkeerarM Dealer in Heal Estate. House-
r 7 TM,:T - No. 7 West Broad Street.
vola iiif. i xt Ji
'BATHKOOMS.s c'
EOKGE HIAIER,
iJarber; and Hair d)reers - 'Hat and Cold
fc&thft- iiasement Foato&oe Buildini?.-
ks r. It a AC LlLLEIi c
O BooltC Bindara. l Blank Book Manufacturers,
--.FiintesB and Publishers.
Opera Bnildibg. !
-B00Ta&SH0ES.i
" " V a' 144 South High street.- Jurt received. an
elegant aatortmont. Aw etyles, low prices. la
Viea, please eaU. . i . - . i.
n. I lBlr'slfts4e4;i.'
Is the noted house for lood Boots and Shoes
- - - tr South High street.
i AV
Sealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal.' Also.
oso. Arain lue ana stone sewer ripe,
' - - iiojeMKorth tiixh street. ,
t COMMISSION MERC SAIN TS.
.rf.iiJdei ComiuUaion, J'arwardinc and Produce Mer
. , cwinta, dealers in tiraia i'lour, ac. SJ7 W. Broad
street.
corsets:;",
e Jlanulacturera and Dealers in Fronoh, Get-
man and American corsets.
Also, rloop okirts. ,;
: 181 Opera House. '
CROCKERY,' &c.
WM- lELTON) .
Wholesale and. Retail Dealer In China.
Oueenaware-Glada. Putted Guoda.Lainos and Lamp
Fixtures. ".. L- -46 Aorta Higa street .
Ct , A- A -,
Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Crockery, China, Glass, Cutlery, Plated Uwtds,
Coal Oa Lamps, Ac .
269 South High street."
DENTISTRY;
..A AAAWAiAt EiUiTJIiXGEtt, .
TT Ao. 18 East Broad street' ;
'"'"Ws to be the ess.. - y
G W. DUNN, DENTIST. The best styles
of Dentistry, inoluding Dunn's Improved
, Aiineral Plate. Ottice, 10 and 11 Opera Block. '
RY GOODS.
CJi
KBEitLV Sc CO.,' '
Dealers is Dry Gooos. Notions. C irpets. Oil
, Cloths, Mattings, bhaues. idats, C&pa and Furs,
,.-X OSHAN fc CO., -
Ut .142 Soath High street.
Carpets Mattings, Oil Cloths,Curtains, Stable and
' Faioy Dry Goods. . .
IT' l'.CW..IA)!,
U XAe-Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
!fn. aney Dry Gooos, and Manulacturers of ladies'
-UloBJia . - 123 s. Jtiign sireeb -
li OUKTM aVl'Kjm VUUUSSTOKx.,, '
: ,JD F. Arum A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Goods and
,. iNoLi.na, 186 south Fourto street. J '.
J .- Wholesale and. Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
;,; .; aughWu BuUdiiut. Ao. 118 and JS44 South iush
, . street. . . i
-.
lil lbtO UlulilN. . .
XV. Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents' Juinisniiit.GoiU, aa. a eU House.
d 1 A A.CAA At AS 1 , OtAAK KVV.,
...V1, .Dealers u Staple and Fanoy Dry Goods.'
' 1 1 - A o.v south liigh street.
. ( A AiAlL k A. to,, j
-' At F'oreign and Domestic Dry Goods,; Cloths,
n) Aura,to. uw&usi Soutn xiignireeu .
.DRUGGISTS.
lUKKrHITlAlT.
. ... tj People's Drug Store, 280 South High St. - Pre-
scripiiona careiuily comyouaaeu ataii nours.
DEI-OT UKUOSTOatE. -JOdN.
S. ko BERTS,
.Druggist and Avothecary.
' 254 North High street.
: Tl AHt-LK dc Ul l'SUl,
H0LESALE4 RE I'AlL DRUGGISTS.
, loo south High St., CoiUiuDus, O.
I JIS-AIjIX, tittl.UK. Ac CO.,
Wholesale and ltetail Druaaiata. anil Tinnier.;
. A U AJVjyAJIlAl WWIIHUW.
1 North High street.
ENGRAVERS.
Xt - JDeaisn
- Designers, fcntrrmvers and Pablislaors; Sota-
rial oUier seaio eogved to order.
. .. t -. - ISod. 107 and 109 Sou til High street.
FURNITURE, &c.
noLDJIBllS CABINET CO., ' '
KJ Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers la uiniture, Cnairs, ajatUusccs, etc.
h o. 201 South Hign S t. (up en House),
HIO rCKNlTUBECO.,
, W Ala
ilanuiacturera of first claas F'umiture. Whole-
': sale and. Retail Warerooms. 6. 7 anil 8 Gwvnue
... . mocn.
HOUSE ' EURNISH1NG..
1y u Aurasiiivnuaivo,,
J Dealer- in Mantles, Stores and House Fur-
nisbu
War
Dishing Gooas... Also, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
. - a' .bast lown tueeu
t r, t? ;a-h'ira ilrrJ 1T.-..1 "I .
- . Copper, Tin nd, J. gtoyes and Mantles
. .- - - - " ' " South High ftteet.
. . axnia. T1TLOU 4V HUEF. V , -.' U
- f liaalarain Hardware, Douse Furnishinf Onodo
:, Marble and Slat Mantles. Grates, Stoves. Hot Air
k uinacee,o' . j .n. ; ,uArAiign street.
BUSINESS DIRECTCHY
HOOP SKIRTS.
E- MEED,
- Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop .
Skirts and Corsets. Also, denier in Berlin. Zepher
and Fancy Gooda, 103 South High stir it. . . i
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
SP. AXTELL, i .'.- !
Dealer in Musical Merchandise, BooVs. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Special Agent
for the celebrated Eliss Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Maohine. Ho. 210 South High street, cor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS. ::
MKS. JI. IB. LAIJF, - ' " '
X (Successor to E . taiO Dealer in, Hals, Caps,
Furs and Straw Goods 329 Sonth High atreot. ,
(Sin Golden HaU ....
H0TEJJ3.
N
ATlVNAli HOTEL, - . - ' . '
5 .. upposite Depot. :
a J. H. DAVIDSOir. Proprietor.
UMlTAvU STATES HOTEL,-.
Corner High and Town streets. - -'
i : . E. J. BLOUNT. Proprieton
ZETILEK HOUSE,
Corner Fonrth A Friend sts. Commodious
house and extensive stables. - '
, j - U. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
iv INSURANCE.
i
GONNEO riCUT JBETDAL LIFE i
. sarance Company. Assets, $18,ooo,o00j J
WM, JAMISON. Agent. Columbus. O.
NEWKIBK ft niLTENBERGER,! '
GENKBAXi AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Company, t - r - i No. 6 Opera House.
HOME 1NSCJKA1VCK' COMPAQ Y OF
Columbus, O. ' ' apital and Assets. 446.514.27.
W. C. M. BAJSEK, Seo'y. .
Office, Nos. 6t 7 Opera Honse ''
,v:) .. MILLINERY O00DS.
c
a . Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods. ,
191 ti. Hign street, upera House BloeK..
IIRS. A;DOWNUl. : 1 ;
aVI. Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No- 67 North High street. : -
J-H.. W1EK IF, '.:- J
Dealor ia Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings' nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hinb street.
MERCHANT" TAILORS.
SOHAFHADSjEN & (IOHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, ..:
' No. 63 North High street, - '
CW.N1SWASIDEK,
Merohant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent tor the Diamond Shirts,
121 Souch High street.
THE OHIO iriEKCHANT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO., 185 S. High t. Gents'
suite made to order., Beady-made Clothing al
ways on band. , .
JOHN 17. AtlCKEftBACHEK, I
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
No. 61 North High street -
JOHN HriHTER,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 220 South High at.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
AHBKEWSJcHTJLL, .
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 68 South High street, nex door to Postoajcei
fpg&EO. SJULiHANM,
1 . .News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English.
- ' - - v . - 231 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.:
AND HEWS, PERKY Jr. CO.,
" Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Frint
ing and Wrapping Papera, 93 A 95 fiorth High at.
NfcVIiMS tt rTIKEBsj.
Dealers in Printing,' BooV, Writing and Fine
Papers 86, 38 A 40 Nonh High street. . -
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
m 9 .T-P WW ALW 40C OI L I EiIlQa
r PHOTOGRAPHERS.
81 South High street.
J3K. ELLIOTT,
PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and site. -
D
J.ARCHER.
a . Photographs, Ambro types. Gems, etc.i etc,
no. iw Boutn Align street. .
PHYSICIAN." :
E .-- n. DOWNS, M.
So. S Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children. '
PIANOS.
17. MA At It IS A CO., -
1 IT i i i i . i ... - i . , T i . r
Uo, s and Hainea'A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs.
neioaeons ana ouier muBicai meirumenis.
; ' 86 North High ttreet,
J.,VC WOODS,
m .Airent for Chicltoring'a and Emmerson'a Pi
anos. , Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet Music.
. r . .i. ,: i i .. .. xi eouiu nign street.
.RESTAURANT. 1
B
INK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
-4Joraer state and High streets.
' CHARLEY MYER. Proprietor.
SEWING. MACHINES.
AETNA SEWING MACHINES,
The beat in the world. Noa. 1 and 2 Ooera
House. . . W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
R; A. OUNRaXtS. & CO..
. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware. Spectacles, Ac, No. 11 Eaat Town
street.
Jf Successors to'Wm.-Blvnn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Soeo-
tacies, .jno. x a en House.
F-A. L LEaCI5RESlX.
. -Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watohes.
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY . WHOLESALE.
A9ICHUFT BROS. 4: CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
.3 and 4 Gwynne Blook. Town street.
REED, JONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 2 Gwynne Blook, Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN TO
ell whom it ma, concern, that the Citv Banc
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Guinpany,
org&mxeo. ana carrying, ou uusjuu&h aa au indepen
dent Banking Company at the city ol Cleveland,
Ohio.uuderan act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tbe state Bank ot unio ana otner Hanking uom-
panics." passedi February 24ta, 1845. being desirous
ol relinquishing and closing its Bankiug business.
to tbat end oas, in pnrauanoe ol tne statutes ol tne
said .-state of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
AmnufiL of its circulating notes, and aelivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said state of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means aod
Lciven security to the satisfaction of tue Treasurer,
secretary sua jauui. r ui oiaw l iu dw. wi
Ohio tor the riWemntion of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the othce of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. - ' '
Done by order ot the Uoard ot Directors oi tne
Citv Bank of Cleveland. J uly 9th, 1X68,
LEMUEL WlCK. President.
jyU-dltawGm -
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
oeived by the undersigoed, at the office of the
Board of Public Works lu the city of Columbus,
uutil THURSUAY, 21st January, 1869, at 12 M..
for building the superstructure of a 3-lruss Brioge
aorosa the Big Walnut oieek. on the line of tke a-
tional Road, in Franklin county, ot two spans, each
span to be about li 2 teet loug, and 30 feet wide,
from out to put; to beoovered.by tbe oest of oak
shingleB, and weatherboarded with good first com
mon boards.
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail. All of said work to be done to the
satisfaction of the Board of f uulio Works and the
resident engineer ot tbe National road.
The right to reject auy or all bids, plans or speci
fications is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIR.
, .Resident Engineer National Road.
dec54-dtd r . . .'
The Sisters of St. Mary's,
fF THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY OF
J Somerset, Perry eounty, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
tbe fiset Monday in September, 18b8. For Board and
Tuition. T5, 80. 85 aod )90, according to the de
partment of the pupil. eK. ItOoE, Sup't.
Address Box 61, , ' ' , -T aug3-dtf ,
I V
'PAIR OP "J02 GODT1N" COLTS. FIYB
t ' and six years' old, very handsome, kind and'
sound. Will be sold low. '
urt-dtf WCHARD NEVIN3..
DRY GOODS.
GREAT ''A;
ATTKACTIpN!
On AND AFTER TUESDAY, THE
12th day of January. 1869, - ,
F OR O 5 DA YS, ;
GILCmilST, GllAY & CO.,
Nos. 23,25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
Will sell
XJi-essast Goods.
Olow.li 1 ti sgasy - ; - J
3B3?esXxjiTA.sB)1; Slictwls,
i !Wxl ' ECoocs. ;''.:'
3EU.XTflS, . csbo. V"
' - ' ' i ' ' . r. . '
' Also Great Reduction in the price of ' i
Slanlcets, . '
." " XTnder tv'car, ,
: " ... Gloves, ;
. ' . U-osiory,
( 7 SiXTKjat, cfco.
We are sole Agents forth sale of the HARRIS
SEAMLESS K.1D GLOVES.
' J?rnm thix rlnt.fi ivtirttnrtt mill hp. risiswA
at 6 o'clock P..M. until further notice. .
' : GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
janl-ly .' Nos. 23. its, 27 & 29 South Hgh at .
iXAUGHTOI'S
PALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXriUORDLNARY INDUCEMENTS
i .
TO BUY AT
rJAUCHTOW'S!
Purenasers of Dry Goods are cordially Invited Ito
call and examine the
iVE W ST OCR.
f
DRESS GOODS'.
FANCY GOODS--
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS.....
EYERTTHISG ..
.CHEAP I
CHEAP .
.CHEAPl
.CHEAP
.CHEAP
JAMES . i NATJGHTON,
. 118 & 128 Sontli His; la Street,
deolS-dly "... . ' C0LVUSU8. OHIO t
.HOTELS.
FRANKLIN HOUSE,
. . t (Recently Merchant's Hotel.) -Noa
830 and 232 Sonth Higrta Street,
; COLVlfBDS. OHIO.
rHE rHOERSIGIfcO, FOR A Num
ber of years proprietor of the National Hotel
if thia city, takes pleasure ii announcing to the
public tbat he has leased the above named House
for a term of years, h tri it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now readv for the reception- of gneata. both
:ransi? nt and regular boarders. He flatters himself
bat bis long experience in tbe hotel bnsineaa and
ilia determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable hiui to give nerfent sat
isfaction to all who may f vor him. with their pat
ronage. hTreynolds.
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
tbe nous11; also, ext.osive stabling, attended by
competent and attentive hostlers. H. R.
decl5-dlm - ,
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HENRY P. ELIAS, - - - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient tj business, and to all
points of trav-l. is the most desiriaole stopping
place for persons visiting the citv. No pains will
he apared t. make tbe stay ot guests pleasant in
ever oartiou) Diyl2.filaa
'FURNITURE.
MICHAEL HALM. CHARLES 0. BELLOWS.
0. P. L. BUTLER.
ItGLLOWS & BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
los. 16 A 218 Mou til HiernSt.,
eoLUjiBTs. oiiio.
i7Asir extensive Manufactory i at the Foot oj
aoam (, on me Litnai.)
Their busiiieas tra-iaactions, both V holesale and
Retail, new extend throuahoutthe States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiaua, They iuanu lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE
Of alt classes and every design of superior work
inansoip and bmsb. Also, Cane-seat Chairs ol
every description. Wholesale and Retail,
febft-doodlv .
COMMISSION.
W1VL MON YPEK Y,
Forwarding and CommissioB
DEALER IK
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
' OUR, WHISKY, Ac.
uar T
Corn. W
et Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, a c. etc.
F F I C E :
tear West End of Nal'I R ad Bridge
COLUSSC6, emu.
febls-deodly
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BROOKS. ALBX. HOUSTON. WM. B. SL J
J. & W.'B. BROOKS,
Car. Rich AHlsjn Sta., Colnmbu
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN I . i
NEW ORLEANS ; BUGAK8 AND M IA
- Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices. T aco
' ,IiIOUOR8. tfco,
(ebS-ly j.
MEDICAL.
WHY ENDURE
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed drsoentie mav almost sav with St.
Peter "I die dailv." The ohiect of this article is
not to remind him ef U his pangs. but to show
him bow tobanish them n forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
nim m - , , .'; . - ; , t
HOOFLAPJD'S
GERMAN BITTERS!
And it is for him to sav whether he will continu
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
sii ion to render life enjoyable. '
LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achio are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from, torture by its g use, and eager to bear
testimony to its vir- VI tuea It differs from
any other Bitters iu existence, in this special par
ticular it is not aieobonc.
For such constitutions and svstemaaa reanire for
their iuvigorationo diffusive stimulant.
VHOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution bv a sniritunns
agent, purged of all deleterioua constituents. Tbe
Satient. in choosing between thxae two great anti
otes. should be guide! by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
nis seiec ion; out in eases wnere toe emergancy is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thonsands find infin- ite benefit from tak
ing each in -turn. J There is no pha-ieof
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or Dhvsi
cal prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
in whioh, singly or combined, they will not effecti
cure,
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments wnich interfere witb eniorment: eaat itlonm
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a .
' NEW MAN :
Through the instrumentality of tbe most powerful
ano popular oi an vosetaoie invigorants and cor
rectives HOOFLWD'S GE8MX BITTERS,
Biliousness. InditreBtion. General Dehili-.v. unrl
&I1 the complaints whioh proceed ftom want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
boitei..areradicated bj a coarse of (his great ;
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which notonlv combats and eon an era d.A.-i.t
hare entrenched themselves in the system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences.- Persons whose occupations and our-
suits suojoct them to the depressing effects of a
oiose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it re?-
uiariy aa a prutoouon againsi ice low levers ana
other disorders which malaria engenders. lava
lids who are
WASTING AWAY,
Witnout any special oom?!aint. exceot aeradnal
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as T refresning s-nd exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the taud-acorched
and fainting travelers.
HOOFLAND'S
CERBVIAN BITTERS
Is composed of the Dure iuioes (or. as thev are me
dicinally termed. Extracts!, of Root!, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
K1X.U.
HOOFLAND'S -GERMAN
TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum.
Orange, etc, making one of the most plea-ant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to tbe publie
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys- I - pepjia, Chronio or
Nervous Debility, saw Chronic Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aria ng from a disor
dered Liver or stomach. , ' ...
snch
', ' as Consti-
- " ' pation. Inward . ..
Piles. Fullness of - i,
v . Blood to the Head, .
. . Aoidity of the Stomaoh, '
Itausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weightin the n.
Stomach, Sour bructations. Sinking
' Flutlnrinff at tbe nit ftf tnn StomHofi.
' Swimming of the Head, Hurried and lliffioult
ureatuiug, fluttering at tne Heart, unoKing or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture.
Ilimnes8 ot vision, t'ots cr Webs betore tbe
. Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of PersDiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
- . Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto. .
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh.
, Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and
Great Depres
sion of
Spirits,
They are the Greatest and Best
BLOOD PURIFIERS
Ever known, and wilt cure all diseases resultina
from bad Blood. Keen onr Blood Dure. Keec
jour Liver in older. jfk Keep your digestive
organs iu -a sound. healthy condition, by
the use 'of these remedies, and no disease will evtr
assail you.
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of theserem-
edies. They will curecvery case of AiARASMUS
without fail.
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in
the ban is of the proprietors, but apace will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 hose, it will be
Observed, are men ot note and ox sucn standing tnat
they mast be believed.
TKE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified cr stronger tes
timony 1
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
rania, writss :
Philadelphia, Marsh 1867.
I find Hoofland 6 German Bitters" is a good ton
ic. Useful in diseases SM of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- II efit in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous aoti-n in tbe sys'em
Yours truly. . I.GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. Anril 28. I860.
I consider "Hooflaud's German Hitlers" a valua
ble medicine in oises of attacks of iudigestion or
Ujspepiia. I can certify this from my experience
of it. lours, witnrespeot.
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonntary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
Philadelphia. So 1. 14,1887.
'iloofland's German Bitters'Ms a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i-t not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons ol all age; ne-peciiuuy yours,
person JAMJto KOOS S.NOWDEN.
CAUTION-. ,
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
S th.l. the signature 1 ot C. M. J ACKSON
is on tue wrapper of J each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. , ,
Pricoipal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631 ARCH STHLLT, Phila
delphia, la.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON & CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle ti 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, naif doien........ 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
.. per bottle, or a half dozen tor $T 50. .
: Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get tue genuine. t j
FOB SALE J3Y ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
jyK-dw&i geowly ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
"P L A N E T,"
titr.-'s-i..
J '
Wo
ANEW- Al, COJIPI.ETE GOAL
COOKING STOTE, combining a large oven,
good baking qualities, beauty of design, eoonomy
of fuel, and oheapness for sale by the manufac
turers, who have a fine lioe ot Wood booking
Stoves and Hollow-ware. GIlL A REEVE,
dec23 eodlm-r -BO North High fct.
Great Reduction in Price,
y QUAI.ITT AND PROPBRTIESCNIMPAIBED,
A DELIGHTFUL, NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE.
A Pleasant Invigorating TONIC.
A Substitute for ALE and ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
A STREN GTHENER FOR THE DEBILITATED.
Especially Nursing Mothers,
A certain Revbdt for Disorders of tbe
TBBOAT, CBEST, LUNGS AND STOMACH.
Sold by Druggists aad Grocers.
JOS. S. PEDERSEN.
' ,:; ZH Murray St.. New York.
Sole Agent for U.S. and British Provinoes of N A
jan eod3m-TNT r '
50 PER CENT. SEDUCTION.
"VrOTICE TO nKHCHlNTS BANK
ere. Brokers, Publishers, Stationers, Print
ers, Companies,. Lawyers. Architects. Schools,
Clergymen. Circulars, Prices Current, Letters,
Quotations. Catalogues. Music, or an. documents or
drawings may be obtained at the following extraor
dinary cheap prices t 100 copies, fac similies, of
any document or drawing, Ac. s)2; 600 copies, tfi;
1,0(10 copies, $8, &o ; 100.000 copies, 450, or 60 per
cent, upon tie above prices may be saved by using
Maurice's Patent Autographio Printirg Press, lor
Offices, Publishers, sstationers,- Printers, Schools.
Companies. Ac. Price 80. A young boycan s'rike
off 100 copies, letter size, per hour, of any ducu
mett, drawing, music, with the greatest fa-ility.
Maurice's Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
price. Publio experiments each Saturday.
N,B. All kinds ot Lithographic work are done
with the greatest care at the lowest rates. Maur
ice's Patent Autosrapbio and Lithographic Print
ing. Writing and Engraving Establishment, 10
North William street,Seaj York.
decl7-d3tawly-Tifr
COMMERCIAL BAKK.
TBE COIUiriKRClAL. BAK, located
iu "Sessions' B ock." oorner High and Long
streets, will be open for business J anuary 4th, 1S6D,
Accounts of individuals aod firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed. INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. .Gold and Silver, ForeUn
and Domestic Fxohange, tiovernment Bonds and
local securities bought and sold. Passage Tickets
to and from all the principal ports in Europe is
sued. The above Bank will be open for the transaction
of business, except paying checks, Wednesday and
Saturday eveningsot each week, from 7 to So'clock.
oec30 eodlm J. A. JEFF'REY. Cashier.
The Colambas and Hocking Val
ley; Kailroad Company.
' lVotiee to rt ooltliolclei-ss.
' Columbus, Ohio. Deo. 18th. 1868.
VrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
J.1 meeting of tbe S'.ocktioldtrs of 'this Company
will be held at its office, in the city of Columbus
on Tuesday, January -JSth, 1869, between the hours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M., at which
thirteen Diretors for said Company wii be elected,
and such other business transacted as may be
brought before tbe meeting. Stockholders are re
minded tbat tbe lav provides that "after the first
-electron of Directors, no person shall vote on an,
share on which any installment is due and unpaid."
J. J. .lAlXJtl,
deol9-d3tawtd-r - Seo'y and Treas
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN j
WATCHES
JEWELRY,
- . CaLOCIetS, I "
SIIYVEU and'
PLATED WARE,
CANES, - SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY,
GOLD PENS,
rOCKET-BOOKS and
OPERA GLASSES
. IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly oa hand a- large assortment of
Setb Tbouiaaj' Bind WaterbuiyClecks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
lor tne . -
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
tsr AH orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaran ee . LESQUEREUX.
fehl4-eodly No. 71 South High St., Columbus.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. R. 8H8PAKD.
G. HOBIGBR
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW FIRM.
m S. SHEPlBIi HAVIVG FOR1TIED
I, a partnership with .G. H0K1GER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
103 SOUTH HIGH STRKKT,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public geuerally to call and examine their fiie and
well selected stock of Indies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Snoes. this day received di
rect from tbe Fast, and which they are now offering
lorsale on tbe most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing depar ment special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WO UK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
show g.ods.
Remember the placo ; No. 103 South High streot.
fOiXAKU a. AiUK.lUe.rt.
Columbus. O. Sept. 13. leea. sepl2-dtf
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO,.
BACKERS ,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
feb6-dly .
r. HAYDBs-. JOS. HUTCHESOH. W.B. BAYnEN.
MYDEN, BUTCHESON & CC,
E- 1ST 313 Fit. &
Nil. 13 S. HIGH STREET,
tanao-dly-r - Columbus, O.
COAL.
T. . ALLEN, . Agent.
W1I, CONTIRDE THE COAL BO 1
NEsS at his present stand.
No. 135 North. High street,'
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared toseli a
the lowest market price. .,,,..
tr Special attention paid to Shipping.
myao-eodiy . ti-
mm
(iDIjio Stattsmmt.
s . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT
RICHARD 'NEVINS.
COLUMBUS, OXXIO t
TUESDAY RIOBIVINCl. -
. JAW. 12.
News and Otherwise.
A. Young, an old resident ol Painesvlllei
has just died at 79. .
Paui DeKock, the licentlona novelist? is
reported at the point ot death.
There was a case of highway robbery
near Dayton on Friday morning.
' Senator Morgan will not be re-elected
by the New York Legislature. '
In Knox county the taxes are 10 to 20
per cent, higher tban last year, I
It is alleged that Erie will build an air
line from Dayton to Cincinnati.
Gen. Rousskau was ia his fiftieth year.
He leaves two sons anrl two daughters. : .
" There is an awakening in Russia in be
half of a higher grade of female educa
tion. . ' j-. . .' ': -... ,
The Zanesvllle Courier wants to know
whether water troubles the Journal editor.
It don't much, i : ; . ' . . "
Repobucan specials notily the country
(hat the present session of Congress will
be barren of results. . . ' .... '
A father and son in Miami county have
just married sisters the father marrying
the younger of the two. j
Portsmouth makes a strong showing
why the new Penitentiary should be located
at that thriving little city, v ' . 1
The St. Louis morning papers paid $25
each for advance copies of the retiring
message of Governor Fletcher.,
The society that hired Theodore Til ton
to lecture before a Marysville audience lost
lorty dollars on tjie speculation.- "
A young lady in New Albany who re
ceived sixty calls on New Year's day sang
"Captain Jinks" fifty-five times. - : . -
A vein of black-band ore, 'three feet
thick has7 been discovered two and a hall
miles north of Liberty, Guernsey county.
It Is said that the office of General will
not be abolished, and that General Grant is
holdii g on to the place for General Sher
man. : ' '
Butler's bill to repeal the Tenure of Office
Act was put through the House yesterday,
under the spur of the previous question,
by a large majority. " '
There is a man in Tincennes, Ind-, who
has been married eighteen times,and is the
father of sixcy-three children. Evidently,
considerably married. ; ' . .
J6hn Misor Botts was bom it Prince
William county, Virginia, September 16,
1S02, and consequently was a little over 66
years old at hia death. .
Miss Clara Louise Kellogg sang at
Cleveland last night, and judging from the
anxiety that had been caused to hear her,
she must have bad a very line audience.
The Navajoe Indian Agency, Fort Defi
ance, New Mexico, is flourishing finely.
No difficulty in getting along with the
Indians there without the aid of soldiers.
George Barbour, at a spelling 6chool
at Silver Lake, Kosciusko cennty, Indiana,
in an altercation with George Hanes, was
knocked down and stabbed to the heart on
the 7th itist. .
John E. Clymer, Esq., proprietor of
the Crawford County Forum, was present
ed a costly and beautiful silver headed cane
by the employes of the Forum office, on
New Year'Syday. i
The delinquent tax list just published in
Washington county is the largest ever
published in that coanty, and is pointed to
as conclusive evidence that the times are
dull and money is tight.
A person giving his name as J. R. Bur
nett, has been operating extensively as a
United States Revenue Collector in Ma
honing county. He has just been arrested
and taken to Cleveland. . x
Senator Howe's railroad bill, which has
just been reported to the Senate from the
committee on Public Lands, with amend
ments, is characteriz d "another outrage
ous railroad swindle." The Government
is said to be in the hands of its friends.
High financial . and mining authority
gives the following as the aggregate yield
of mining operations for 18CS : California,
$20,000,000; Nevada, $18 000,000; Montana,
$12,000,000; Idaho, $6,000,000; Oregon, $5,-
000.000: Colorado, $4,WX).000; Washington,
$1,000 000; Arizona. $250,000; New Mexico,
$250,000. Total, $66,500,000.
A Washington Republican correspon
dent likely to know, and who is not a sen
sation monger, writes that the shrewder
set of Republicans at Washington believe
that the reputed Presidential talks recent
ly published in the New York World, re
all; emanated from Grant, and that he can
talk like a racer when he is sure ot his
hearers.
We learn from the Democrat, that the
turnpike stock belonging to Pickaway
county was sold last Monday, as follows :
riralevllle and Adelnhi Turnpike, John
Karshner, 100 shares, $l,000at Clic $615;
John A. Lutz. 200 shares, $2,000, at 62c
$1,240; Cireleville and Kingston, Samuel
Evans, 200 shares, $2 000, at 60c, $1.2Q0;
r,, , .1 T, TA., ; . .1 ir .t
VUCICVlllU aiiu Xl'-Jtiiiuii, -Lsniilt:! lu. A till
tius, 56 shares, $560, at 32c, $179.20.
... We have by telegraph from New York
a cock and bull story that the Congression
al investigating committee have obtained
evidence that 30,000 fraudulent votes were
polled for the Democratic ticket in that
city fct the November election. Could they
not just as Vastly have made it 100,000?
The witnesses who swore to this are ad
mitted to be notorious thieves and bur
glars. Would such men hesitate to swear
to anything for a consideration?
If a Democratic editor were to write
that Lincoln was given such power that
"the lathers would not trust General Wash
ington" with, and that "in ninety days he
gave us, with the sanction of the loyal
citizens, a despotism that would have been
considered oppression in France or Rus
sia," he would be denounced as the veriest
of "Copperheads." Yet it is true, and
Donn Piatt so writes it down in the Cin
cinnati Commercial, and in this connection
he warns his readers that the Republican
politicians "are hastening to trust" Gene
ral Grant with this overwhelming power
power tbat he "would not entrust St.
Paul with." So, the horse is stolen and he
would now lock the stable. v He so far con
spired against the ' liberties of the people
as to urge them that it was their duty to
elect General Grant President t
- j '"'
The Week's Doings of Congress.
On Tuesday, the half made " up body,
calling Itself the Congress of the United
States, commenced its week's work:
Sin Senate, Mr. Fkebt waa anxious to
know by what authority the President
issued tbe amnesty Proclamation, and he
introduced a . resolution . requesting , the
Chief Magistrate to give to Congress the
information. Mr. Howard, of Michigan,
was glad Mr. Ferry had introduced tho r
resolution, for he, Howard, was certain
President Johnson had no authority to do
such a naughty thing. . .
Mr. Sewart introduced a bill to enable
the people of Georgia to form a Republi
can Government, which law, we presumr,
means a government to be run by Repub
lican carpet-baggers.
On Wednesday, Mr. Edmunds, from Ju
diciary committee, reported the following
substitute for the bill introduced by . him
on the 15th of December to prevent the
holding ot civil offices by military officers,
and to prevent the holding of more than
one office at the same time: , ., . ,
Beit enacted, dW That no person shall
hold, nor shall be receive a salary or com
pensation for performing the duties of more
than one office or place of trust and profit,
under the constitution or laws of tbe Uni
ted States at the.samn tlm. nrheih-r ..,k
office be civil, military or naval, and any
person holding any snch office or place,
who shall accept or hold any other office .
or place of trust or profit, under the con
stitution or laws of the United State, shall
be deemed to have vacated the office or
place which be held at the time of such ac
ceptance. - - "' - -
Mr. Sherman made a speech, in favor of
v'irtnaly Increasing the National debt by
the building of three'rallroads, one from
Washington to New York one from Wash
ington to Pittsburgh and the' third, from
Washington to Cincinnati..,., When the
. speech was finished, the subject matter was
postponed until the present week to give
Bume utuer- senator a cnance to make a
speech. ' '. .:..:'.
In the House,' on motion of Mr. Paine,
the Secretary of War was Instructed to
communicate the number of enlisted, men
of arms, now on duty in Texas, Mississippi
and Virginia, who were citizens or resi
dents of the late rebel States during the
rebellion, and how many were soldiers in
Mr. Washbdrnb, of Illinois, frem the
committee on. Appropriations, reported a
naval appropriation bUl for the year eod
ing.June 30, 1870. . Ordered printed and
recommitted. The bill appropriates $15,
273.672, being $2,096,578 less than appro,
printed this year. The deficiency bill, If
passed, will greatly increase the amount.
On Thursday, in the House, the Speaker
presented a message from the President,
with tbe report of the Secretary of State,
in reply to the House resolution of July 20,
1867, declaring sympathy with 'the suffer
ing people of Crete. Referred to the com- '
mittee on Foreign Affairs. -I
On Tuesday, in Ssnate Mr. Sphnceb. in- ,
, troduced a bill to regulate the price and
encourage the production of cotton In the
United States. Referred to the committee
on Finance. If passed, we hope an amend
ment will be tacked on to the bill to regu
late the price by "which manufacturers
must sell their sheeting and the price
landlords can collect for. a good square
meal for a member of Congress. ' That
body has the same right to do this that it
. has to "regulate the price of cotton.
Satisfied with the week's work;' Con
gress aclj urned over until Monday of this
week. i , '. i -
Abuse of the Franking Privilege.
For the information of the Cincinnati
Commercial, Gazette and other loyal sheets,
who just now are greatly outraged at sup
posed violation of the franking privilege,
we would state that "we have now in our
possession the frank of United States Sena
tor Uablan the same Reverend Senator
who certified that Senator Chandler was a
sober man which frank was used to cover
matter not designed, by ' law to be. trans
mitted through the mail without the pre
payment of postage, '.and which, instead of
being written by the Senator, is printed,
contrary to law, and that this double vio
lation of tbe law, coming under the obser
vation of the Postmaster in Columbus, was
delivered to the person to whom it was ad
dressed, without payment being demanded,
although it bore on its face evidence that
would justify the Postmaster in retaning
it. - - :
. In the case of 4 newspaper franked by
Congressman Cart, in supposed, defiance
of law, our Postmaster, or bis. assistants,
were prompt to give information. to the
Cincinnati press of the Radical persaaslon ;
but in the case of Senator Hablan, where
tbe violation of law was so clear a one that
there could be no mistake about it, our
Radical Postmaster not only delivered the
package without postage, but was dumb as
an oyster about its reception. . .. ;
r
During the week ending Jan.9.1S69, there
has been received at tbe Printing Bureau
of the Treasury lrom the Department
$710,500 in fractional currency. The ship
ments for the same period have been:
Fractional currency to Assistant Treasury,
New York, $100,000; United States Deposi
tory at Cincinnati, $100,000; do. at Chicago,
$52,C00; National banks and others, $192,
315. Total, $444,315. The Treasurer of
the United States holds in trnst at this date,
in Government securities for circulating
notes of national banks, $342,136,400, and
fo'r deposits of public moneys, $35 391,350;
making a total ot $377,527,750. , National
. bank currency issued during the week,
' $121,010; total issued to date, $311,677,926.
From this is to be deducted tbe following
amounts, viz : mutilated bills returned,
$10,SS2 725; and for notes of insolvent bank ,
redeemed by the United States Treasurer,
$bC9,022; leaving in actual circulation at
this date, $209,320,170. The amount of
fractional currency redeemed and destroy
ed during the week$624700. . ', ,
Referring to the immense grants of
land that have been given, "and are likely
to imj giveu iat lauiuau eLwuumtAirs, cue
Cincinnati Times (Republican) asks: "Is
not this a most foul conspiracy against la
bor? : Is it not a conspiracy of speculators
to get from the poor all the public lands,
and thus bind them fast in the chains of
dependent labor, and reducing their wages,
and to bring In millions of coolies to un
derbid our native toilers, and reduce their
wages still lower?"' Can it be possible
that your sweet-scented and religiously
loyal Congress has been guilty of this
-"foul conspiracy agilnat labor ? " ,
Grkeley Is accused of looking covet--ously
upon the New York Senatorship.
The Ohio Statesman.
A prospectus , central
organ of the Ohio Democracy will be found
In our columns to-day. The Stateman has
made for itself a reputation for ..ability,
truthfulness and fair dealing towards our
political opponents, that few other papers
in the State or nation have acquired. We
hope that such of our subscribers as are in
. the habit of taking, or who can afford to
take another paper besides the Democrat,
will give the Statesman a trial for one
'
year at least. Auglaize Democrat. ..

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