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perqnare 'or Dial s
' tutional Hisertioa. t
par.aquare.ro niHDartio,76eanta for aanU
buciKK88 Noi ickb;50 6ittfih tniertiont' ' .."
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BUSIHESS JBIRECT0RY
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a XreTniecl, CiviTtncinear, Ao. r v
Office uvar tha fiafaonal fcxohatigeBank ''
mmm " i aaaaaaaaaaaawaaMr--waam-aaa
Li'l 'Jii I
. . . ktajoaur Offloa'. ,
. Witt'D -i . Wulfi ,
f ATTtmWKS-fT.tiyi
. tl(8ce- . miUi taeirAa Bnildini
AUliTXUM.ND X30AIMISS10N
A nctrouCT and Dealer' in Kail Eataia' Houao
avoid Uooua, Vlottung aud KHf aw.
.s..s BTH ROOMS.
I..4 ...I ,.i .i i i i r i ii
lMHAlKnJkUcliJBwttll atiuli.esga. i' v-t.ix
VA Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Cold
saiaa. , caaemaat roauxuce iMUdiac. ...
-t.1 X i: : i - - . i . i. j.i- .
it aiJI)J6iKINIKRS.:irf4 s
J' a-siri'i ma . "l i nmnii
alJk.MS Ac n.ltaJt.Y,, . ,. .....
O Book ' Bind.rs. ' UtatLfe Boo2 At ahafai- tarerm.
Printan and Pabliahera.
if 1 Oiierf BaaniP
f '44 8,wtti- High street. 3 ast receitei ao
?atwwaTiiant.f .aaar atytaa, low prices. Lm,-
diaaleaae eaJU
J saa tri o3 via t3iiiui.
I a7MaHw4kJ4Mta d - .saawlanisii
A s tae-aotad houaw fa Boatoajjghowi
W jnaao.. w,
"I" 6JVMIU Ulfj U eTUl UHaia
AlPEjtUaEB&undX
Xtj Dealania Pittsburgh aniTtrhio Coal. AlaeJ
CkaaMaan'iaaaaiaLnre war Pipe; o itTrri
ei -r.We.aa uftb Jitah straws. a
coiviKi&siojtt MEnauAMTS;
St
Tt I'l l CH.A KUM. - ,.
XLe "Vuni minon. Por wardinc aaA' Wod naa Uarl
efeaaia, dealers ia unus Pioox. ti W. Broad
treat. ,tM 4i1a siavi!!
P AwX . at 490 "
A-'e lUauiaetnreta and iMalers ia French,
i Oii
Qwr-
saaa n-imr itiwtt.r ln hum nkuu.
, ....,, ,.r , 181 upera House.
CRO,ciaRr,:.&c.;.;
tratwaaJe ul et3U Dealer la tThina,
yu.-awaiasa.;s:iayaii Huaag.lunaiaJlJ lauj
wixtare.
JUaporHu: awl W helejala and Retail Dealai
IB CrcMker, luina, 'Ulaaa, Ouuorj, PlaaA Mwoa,
w .--J -i DTMiioath High street'.'
I)ElVIlSTliY;
tv ASS.AaM 4c fcMALIiUutt, .
- . , . "o-iitasiBroad
Weotaato betheias.. -
street.
f-1 iJMe TMlV-Tb. best stie
. i iwuiuirjiv -tauiaamg' cfann'a lmprOTau'
Aunaral Plata. ,A1 moat H aua U Opera Blooa. -
(a Uaalamin I Irv Nnrinrn t
Daaiers'ia llr Guoes. Notions O irnebi tin
Cloths, iiauiuu, duulaa- uala. Uaaa ana i nni
J.
AK'UCaauaaA' rial's i( ' ' ' "
' .Hir r.' : xi la rioath Hisrh atraat.'
v.apei A,atuu.M iwa.iuwSiA.NW. oia l.aai
tanujr uts Vowla. . .f
A-J' AjSV.-;! a;-aJ,',r5nft.is,iiivu.'.i '.
Al ri huieoaie n4 Ivetai. DtaaJaes iCk(apiD4
! fctwoUa,' aott' uuiuiaotuxen " yl Ua'
tyluaaa. - . lf. Ulgu rtew
. &rauiavXaasudeawBrajianeiuaUaaad
uu bs, uaitooaui t0uru irti 3
bwjl aVii' ii ,f ' J - ' ''
W htaaMUa aud. siataii it 4.1a in ma n.A
AugotwiiBuUUiuu.iMulia aiul lt noutb mik
atrwaL. ' ' : '
4 aiuA av Hitua.,
AA. Dealers in btaple and Fa
rl' -.-( l-T - -- . T
rannv Drv fiimAm .ml
UauU' 1? aniubias bootfe. Jo. AAail UuUae. '
VX Healers in SuipJa and Fauo Vtj Uuods.' -,
.snijJ isj.-. AtkAiovntn liigh street.
!rwr
Ay- aa.--ja aa.si je...e.. trj.,.T v- . T;,
a iorgo-aua 'Doureotio fr"Uoods. tlotlM.
1SIS..IS- BhSa&h.'KlMll HiM nr.... :
riDltUGGISTS,.
'i 0 f.-
JOBaa-gwAAa'B'AVr ,-. I.-i-i.t ih .
. People's Drug Store, S0, South High. 8U , frr
acnpuuaaearaiwjly eunn-ottJaed a all hoars.
A.A-0'BttAut utttUE,
lirugiist and Apothecai:-, ..VC "
c.;r, WTiorthElghal
stenaA.
lA.aSfl.as 4c MtatMSV' f AK
v ah;; 4
n nuuaoAMHiaMiAjij DRUGGISTS.
liw ooutn Hih Oi.Uvt uuiuus. Ul
Baa A La, aVMeeefc-aB iD.jz. x. :.' i; :
W bulesalBBiHl He Ail Attaajdjav aad Deal an,
taProcnetarjr Aiedicuiea. . , .--.a
- S North High street.
CHAA sVMwOBli,':'! 1,
DaauneTVbngr.Ters and pablisEexsNota
tiai ana ottier seals eugrared toordar. ; . . ...
Noa. Wi and lo stoutk High street.
COL,Cnlj4JAatllBr CO-.y
Manataoiarers aad V balesale and EetaUDeal'
Ma ia A uiBitura. Cuairs, kaurasaes, eu.
"fWoath High Sjt. (updq,Bbna).1 ,
Ohio rvuM-rvuM. fco.;r-: :- iT
, "5aeerrao ""'claas t urnftar.' W holsr
gJJ , ).t"?ooB- A Owwuie
HOUSE BURNISHING.1;;" ;
1j a jaa.ns attsMb Ac , - ' "U
XUe Dealer, in Han lies, Stores and House Far
Siabing lioods. Also, 'tis, Copper and bheeilroa
Ware. , , 17 ksulm .treetV-
. ' " ' i 1 1
AKANI k irCAHTtvl rrl
Htmae A arainhiBg Geods;' Mantles. Grates)
Copper, lis aad b&a. JVm, ) lores aud UaaUsa.
.. -w a j BoBtB High street. r
, ii. i ... ..a ,. I i . 1 1 ii i, ra-i t nr.-.
AATOn, liLHHClFy J ! s-H
Dealer i Hardware, AioaeeFnrnUEiag Goods'
kiarbie ana hlata alsbUas. Grates, eu-yes. Hot Air
FnrBaes,A. ort- High street.
tsmsm
1 1 1 K
" i "-HOOP SKIRTS." "
E.
HEED,
Skirts
aiaouiaciurwr ana n noieraie UealeMn Honaj
irta aad Ooraata. Alto,' dealer in Berlin Zepher
i fanny Booda, 103 South Biah ftr" ?T f, :,
aad
HOWE
SEWINO-tMACHINE-
wonerj ana rD floods taxarn W. Koeoial Acent
for the ealebrmted KHh Howe Gold Medal Sewing
waonine. no. ma sooth Him trae, eor. Kicn,
l.v
HATS & CAPS.
.-i . rt . U -.1 '
IK8. HI. IH. L4UF.
(KnceeMorto-E. LanO Dealer fa Ha, Cap.
c rs ana etraw uooa m eonta Hisn rtreat.
. I (Swn Golden HaU
-;!.( tii-.i '
'HOTELS.
ATlOflAL HOTeL, . '
'" 'Opposite Depot." '
- il h iiJ. U. DA.V1U80N, Proprietor.
KITED SI'I'ATKD HOTEL," 1 '
Corner High and Town streets.
,.. . K. J. .BLOUNT. Proprietor!.
VrTTLFH HOIJOE,
"Cornet - Vdiirtw A Krland' ata.L Cnmm'rAfnnm
hoai. and extensiTe stables.
f ' JU. A. BOWERS. Proprietor, r-
.-"5
;:insuiance:v;:;
A soranoe Company. Assets, $18,tOO,lwO.
WM. JAMISON, Aaent. ColnmbM. 0,
NEWKIRK niljTEIBERGEH,
GEN tfiAL, AGENTS SecnritT Life liunnnn.
oip-iay, - - No. 6 Opera House.
ETC
OJ1IS IMSUtaANCK- COHIPA1V OP
ColnnibnS. O. l anital anj Aammla ftiaB R1S.V7
ff; C. at BAKEK. Seo'T. . . . r
Offioa. Nog, tk T Opera Honiw
MILLINERY GOODS.
fx
mnaosh ' -
Wholesale and Retail M illinerr Goods. ' .
lain. Uieh street, Upera Monse BlooK.
MK.VA. IIWWKIi8
n..il. Li : 1 1 : . fi w.r .
mlns. - No-T North High street..
Ja Dealer in Millinery. Drass and Cloak Trim-
aiinrs od raney Goods.' 130 South Huh street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
O ! Membant TaDora mod Uaalara in untm' P.J
AUBincuooos, .
I .t ...r? f ..... .-. Jio-w jiortliHighstreetr
ri W.NIiWSMDER.
Vj Merohant Tailor- aed Dealer In Qents For-
nisainc Woods.
Also agent for tba Diamond Shirts.
21 coucn mxn street.
THE OHIO HIERCH4HT TAlLORINO
i A CLOTHING CO.. 185 H. Hirh f. Hutu'
nil
SB
made lo order.
Btadr-made Clothing al-
vmjs on hand.
JaHA UaMICKEBaCHEH, -I
Merobant Tailor and Dealer In Clothing and
Uents' i orniahing Goods. - - - i '
irta - Jio.ai Portimiga street.
U; i MERCHANT TAILOR. A Soath High st,
Canioe stock of Clothing eonstantly on hand.
r
NEWSDEALERS.-
A ltDKaWS fe HULbi
. I News Dealarst' Bookseller" 1 and) BtaMonerii;
Wo. bo Sonih High street, nex door to Postoffioev y
JtiAlKa. UHLfflANN,'' ' ' '"' ' 1
A Nws DealervaAsllwr. 8tati(mer-nd -Bind-1'
sc. vir aoiicauons in dou uermaa and Ungiisb.
t ; - Ml South Hightreet.,
SPAPERWAREHOUSES;
li BBkeWS, MSKBlt afc CO.,.. .. ... , ,',
fX Mannfaoturera and Daala-a ia Writinsj. Prints
Min,na tt rappHia capers, as a ft otih align St.
I, VIM) 4tc niEKK
til
TTTH1
Dealers
in Printing,-Boot. Wrifini ai Jink
A t. Jiont Tkjgb sweet! T, T
Pafere A6.M
HOTOGRAPRJ:'
i.
LT mAujv n an ok. c k V dniia , . .
4LDW1N k s-rtsveNs,
- T ' lHi.AiUaarBwtPu'- ih fce-!-Kn
O e ! PHOTOGRAPHER? leT'Bontl B1A atrnt.
Pictures made in erery style and siw; ' 1 . 7 .,
' I -! wr-. i7. i.i- inlHTI.
f j J.ABOHEH, . .flli in iYmi ..i .
AJ'at PWorah,rabTOrypes, teT7is, etc.. etoC
:J,Mi t - , fl H ighstraet.
CTAN.
rino'.
r 1
XUe .No-f Opera Hoaae. Treats IHrtatosof '
t. ye, iar. Heart, Throat and? Jiangs. Also, Dieaswr
ot oaian and t)hildren. jTu ;.u . ...
t. ,r
PIANOS'."
r'iiit ar1! ,. 1-' .1 ivjiti
J .i Wholesale and Retail dealer- for LigWe"
yo.'iand HainenA Bro.'s Pianos. Also. Organs.'
Hwodmn. knit nlliwi ini.l nl i..i.mi.i.,. .. . I.
' ei aa aortbHigh rtreet.'
J.
V. WOODS, u. 1
Altent foe CkiAkertnsa 'aniT ffiiii.i.n.ir.Tn rr
BBoa. , aiao. wrgana. aieloaeons and Sheet -Maaio,
(-. .11 ;iij.ii si oeutB nign street.
RESTAURANT.
BANK EXCHAKGK E!?TAjaAT
Corner State and High streata. J - - -
CHaRLKY iuYER, Proprietor. ..
I SE WING .MACHINSyH 1
A JET A ti(WiU iOACHiNE-, j , .
CX The baat ln t.h wnrlrl . I ... iL
oouae.. - . w. tri Ubk General A sent
WATCHES . AND JEWELRY.
O'JO SUfilt. dc JO.. :"'--J.'
Mm DealanSiin Kin. - W.TnkMt - T.m -1 .
Plated ware. , bpeotaoles. Ao... No. Ik Eatt, Towa
streets .... y.i' j- i.?: ' i;.a ji'ji. : i
AYA". Ac HAKKinuilM, - .
VJ triucoessors to Wm. BlynW dealers in Dia
monds. Watch i.' Jewelry. Miirei Ware and Soaa-
tacles. Wo: feil Home.
I?,-L - t-ia-ay-Ki!.i'3c,'' jj u h s
X a Wholesale anil Retail iealam In ; WalAhaa "
Clocks and Jewelry iio. 71 South. High street.
STRICTLY " WHOLESALE.?
BAIJ.o?- uts.ua. Ac CO., .
Wholesale Dealers in Dry-Goods and Notions.
t ) - 3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.. J
IlLtU. JONbS Ac'CO
IJ i i JJ 'J UUIll
JLt
UaactraBtlirars.Bd W hnldula TVhafnl in J
ad-8ooes. No. a Gwyane Block. Town St. -
NOTICES.
NOTICES. Bank Notice.
jOTICE HEKEB GIVE" TO'
I't 1 all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of tllereisnii. an Independent Baoaing-CmnpaDyr-orgaojsaa
and carrying on business a an Indepen
dent .Banking .mpany at the erty ot Clereland ;i
Obio.Huder an acbef tbe General. Assembly of the
nasd-titate of uhio. entitled "As Act tn iiknimnr...
,.he titate Bank 01 Ohio aod .other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34tn, 1845. being desirous
il relinquishing and closing its Banking business.
WMiaa ouu u. l. vtmawiovni ,u siawtea OTtBe -
said .-.tale of uhio iu saoh ease made; paid and re
deemed more than hinati aer cent, of the mar-mum
aatoantef its cirouialing notes, and Aelivered the
same to tne 1 reasurer st Btate. ot toe said ritata ..f
Ohio to be destroyed, and bate provided means arid
ajven seooniy tp toe satiftaDUon ot the Treasurer.
uwicwj WJUittlUiU.4.lljOwW-IILWia oun ot
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding note of
circulation at , the oflioe of the National City Hank
f.V1.Ve and'. tie said Bit 0& ClewaUnd. where
said Cur Bank uloeaiad. r ,.,H '-i..' i
Done by order of the Board of Direoto of the
unr nana oi viereiand. J ulj
rW, l68. i'..ll .
Jyll-dltew6m
J fell, freejilent,,
'
Notice to Bridge Builders.
for build.nfup.ruruSuf'a8
across the Big VVsJnat.eieek.un the line of tL.
tioaat Road, in FraniainMuity. " tweanint atsh
spaa to be about Ml leet long, and m! w'.ISi
from out to out; to be ooraseCby he o-T!'
shingles, and weaohniboajcy with good 6m b!.
mon board.- r,...,-, . ., . , .
. Biddw to furmah their own Plns,.with,nein-. '
tloo indetail. All of said work to bedeneto the
satiafaobx of the J&ard of Publis Works aui thl
resident engineer of tbe atiosai road. ,., .
The right to reject uj or all bide, plans er ipaoir
floaUottSiareeerTed. ; JOHN. A. BLAIRV-
rdecm-did-r-' -.,,'',, .f.,, , ..) . ...
.ot. The Sisters of St. JHarj'g,
OF THE eKlBGI, RECENTLY T OF "
Somerset Perrr eonntr. will onen their laiaa
aad apaeiou building for the reception of pupils on
tlMBft JlnndrinSeptem!m.)efcbV For Board and ;
1 aitioa.BTb, o. ass ana if w, aocordingto tbe da- .
aswtaeiitof tbepupjl ,, -,H lR.Ro5.8up't. ,
.Adr Boat 161. t,. ,, , , , ,;I nu3-dt. ,.,
tfls wiin.
i - .j'wa ' u a. w wv.'
A fAlft. orfOl G0DtVIN"COLT8, "FlYtf
a. aud sia years' old, rer handsome, kind and
sound. Will
nugW-dtf
e sold low.
RICHARD KEVINS.
j iu,.:iq j DRY GOODS.
GREAT
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ATTRACTION
4 --l'f .(,
6
r-P AFTER TCE8DAT, .THE
...u way iM tf aauary, loow,
'- ')-i J:. '.: -' 1 "ijr ...) ".'i: J; "
S FOR 35 DA YS,
ILCHRIST, GRAY & CO
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. HigkStreet
WiU sell
.tf.i !
I
lar-eawaai S-ooclai, . ,
Breabfaot Shnwlo,
Abu Great Reduotlou in the price of,
X7uclerviear,
.'f'-3
iSlUxjs, cfeo.
Areni
JbUD
SEAMLESS
GLOVES.
tW.. From this dot our ttorateiU ba elated
nt A 13 AT V-.l. ... .
. . . GILCHRIST, GRAT A CO.. '
jaal-lr r No. S,l,.lt South High st.
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S;rlfTiTt J.?.i;i Im;f livl
FALL AND WINTER
-"'i.;n;( nil Ti -' '.t ,
GOODS.
j -ll' 7. '.!:' i?t:i . t-. - v.mg In
j Saii-.jrtrt ,f x:U-n exJ
i! in i
EXrRlORDIiNARY INDUCEMENTS
,71i ,nc,i '
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TO: .1BUY
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fiUCHTON'Si!
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Paronaber of Dry Goods are eordtally Invited to
'.H''r..WWMiaUHllllBSi J
i bne ,ijjai a-r - .. ta-i
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. .-lie" J.iii J.i" i1" ;':i;.- .j-:..:i'-i) aci
j w injaoa vuuvo ,i.l.rf,iiikl,.t;msAl'J
"1 FANOY GOODS,. u.J.. j. .i-CHEAP "'
SHAWLS .JUiU....'..'.;.i..;... CHEAP!1'1
nevou nnnnni - .... . .
DOHBSTIC8iti.i;.;.....i.v..CHEAP
EVBRTTHING.
.....'.i'.i '.CHEAP 3sf
5111 ilJ
-Vo'.l till Vi
bit i--i
' i.iJ iU - Mill JV
:i.i.i 3iiJ Ili ei 3ii
i
JAMES waxjghton;
ImO
i ij i.,;f. .;).!. !- to !' .''''ir -1 ;!
4c i22 aatk Uiarls ytreet, i
A
eolMrr"vr: 1 V:"i'i'''flt6LtTMSV8.'OBJO
.r i ,9i!rsi3 Biiillut-: t!vi5 5.i
BANKERS.
' .r:l,;
tn ill
. huntingtom::, bfl.
B A K fClE R S ,
Corner Broad & Higl. Sta.
; ! COLUMBUS oHio.
febs-dir; ' " . ' . . : .
F.iHATPB.I,
JOS. HUTCHISON.
. W.B. BArjvgN.
DAYDEN, HUTCBESON & CO.,
13 u3Lf0Nr KE3 R 13
"PiW.1 S. niGIl STnEET,
.tt f
IMflb-aiyHr i ,Rr- ':'' f! -5 CoinmbBiB,' o."
CLOTHING.
FALL ; AND WINTER GOODS.
u.aal
. .5:1-
onum,
No. 220 South High St., i
r HATE JTIJST HEORIV !'
A largest and Bnest stock- afi Fall Ttrt.
T,luirliaili and ' . ,., .
f- Domestic Cloths, - ii
Per Gwntlemem'a sua. whlah Iwrtil ..n ...h-i
est Cash prioea. .,
Aisw Keep constantly on. hand, wall selected
tsoek of -
READY. MADE CLOTHING.
-i-'-" ' JOHN RlTHTIi'S ..
ynH-dlr h " ' ' 20 South High rV' )
1 '- : - - t - - ' t
i "JWHINO,-';-.'!;''-
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE !
!n-i--;u THE OHIO" I M 1
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Coi,
CPERBHEW STOCK f CLOTH;
f jajtaimarea. ilvwranafinw .-Bail Vastinaa knlh
Foreign and Domes uo, for Fail and -Winter wear. .
GHfTLEMEN, OF HsitoisT. V;,
Will always find both onr materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We it all spar
no pains in producing the most eregant and fash-
""" Karmenu to be jound anywbete. ;
, EEADY-M ADE- OLOTHiiS'i!
Pf .T11." Part is manufactured by ourselves'
r bi fonV.0 !.-
eg ihauui .. ",".UI n tnw raneue
""n.. Tor low price. .;luii ..! i
GENTS' FIJliNISHTTTO nnrSris -
1 fail Une. always kept o hand. A
siu., - i v.?.?.?i,.7':'A. Superintendent.
oetJS-deodSm
NAUGUTOH
. , -t - fluiii'ia . '."r
MJEIiiUAL.TjLJ1iii
WHY ERipUftg
, ., i. .i . T !' i ! i- .it-'i .-!'. vl
LIVING DEATH!
A
ir 1 i
:j Iv iitli.
lo nui'ii'i
';l;-i 1U
"-..I .'j
J ..-!:
The soBfirmed dyspeptls may almost say with 8t.
Peter. "I die daily.'f Tbe object ef this article ia
not to remind, him of LJ his pangs.but toshow
him bow tobamsb them BB " forever. Hit niMni
of immediate and permanent relief-are proffered
GtRMAN Fitters i
And it is forbfm to WhAtTier lia will .nni;...
to endure a liring death, or to put himself in .
sitioa to render life enjoyable, ii i l'
LIVING,' ADVM
1 , . - ' .. 1 . - r t,l T . 'i i-:i;
Of thaefficaav of tbts matnlaaa
acbio are to be found in every city and town in the
yuiiea ouneiT-nesitny men ana women, rescued
from - torture br its af. bhat anrt Ma.r U K.
testimony to' its vir-- Aaf tues. It differs from
any Other Bitters iff existence, in this special par-
usniar it is not aleoholie.
For sneh aonntitn linns anil rwtA m a . a nniv.
their inrigoration diffuaire gtimalant. i J .
.11. '
HOOLAND'S
Li
GERMAN . vTOWIOI
Ha been provided a preparation in wbioh the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of tbe vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution hr a sniritnona
sgent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
Satient, in choosing between thse two treat anti
otefl, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
nu ssieci woj out in ease wnere tne emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specifio required.
Thousands find infin- ape. it., knn.Ri fmm....lr
ing each-' inturn. 9 There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous diaAaan npnh.ai
eal prostration to whioh they are not adapted, and
iu wuiuu.BiuHijr vxeuiuuiuoua tney will not eneotA
r.,.- ,'.;.v , :- .-
Ezcliange Fain for Ease
r, ' r, O-l - lT.-.r!lf l'5 i ; !T - t! l . !
And Weakness for Strength, Get rid of the ail
ments' wriich interfere with enioTment naat ,lnnn
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
uj. wv-wiu, iu auurs, uooomo a
-fill! '
-2C-'
I
Threngh the instranantalitv af tba mnat. .rl
and popular, of ail vegetable invigorants and eor
i
BOOFLAMTS GERMAX ' BITTERS
-ii-ti Jr. ir ":-. ti tin LtU1 , . f; v.,
BilionsneM. Tnd.rtMtfnrn. fWmmAT',n.il.fv mtA
U the eomDlaints which nroa3ed frnm . wmi n
proper action in the liver thp jtomach and the
CONSTITUTIONAL-SPECIFICr
Whioirnotonlv Anmrtataanil Annnn.ra ;himI1i.i
have entrenched themselves in the i,t.m K,
is the best known aafesuard against all unhealthy
inflaence8.' Persons whose oconnatinns an,l m.r-
auits so eject them to the depressing effects of a
close, onwbolesomeatmosphere, should take it rer-i
ularly a a protection against the lo .fever anal
other disorder whioh, malaria engender.' Inva.
liH. hn ... . .
. ? ..!: 1 1 ttl.t 14:1 t.m..i!
. wasting ;'AWAy;:;;:,
Witnunt anv sneeiai eom.int .TMnl 4
declination of bodily streneth and nervous anerwr'
will find in the BIT- . B" TERS- a founUiu oi
vitality and vigor, as r refreshing and exil
erating asa pool in the desert to the sand-scorched
and fainting traveler.-, , ; .; . ; ..
HbOFLAND'S
'.il
n-ii
CERMAM BITTERS
bebmpodef of thenars tnineV'frif thnvar.'in
dieinaily termed. Kxtractsl. of Roots, Herbs and
fNu-aa, luaKing a preparation nigniy concentrated
and entirely free from Alooaolie' admixture of any
aa. tr: ioJuii-rrJ rni-"1! "iiitt.- t'"... -
ii
.?? jtttX, IV'HT ill
CERAITOWIC
Is a oombfnstion of (he intrredientfl of the Bit
ters, with the onrest anmlitv nf KtAntiK Cimm Rnm
Orange, etc., mahin one tr the must pleasant anj
iKmc.mv rouieuiiM ever onerea to ine puotio , v 7 (1
luwrrBuiouiw wm eneom&uy eareXiiver uom
lainiv jaunaice, uj m peptu,- - Uhronio
lerTOllB 1 b I Ll tr. La fihi-nnin hiaaaiag nf
roe iviapeya, ana an a is eases arising xrom a.disor-
U-n- -jA I,.,-' nation biar.nl 7ll il.
ii-'i' t Piles, Fullness of .siioi" i-;x-
Blood, to the Head, . ..
.. . . Aciditlr of tbe ' Htomach-." a
"1 . Nauseas Heartburn.. Disgust .
IC-'I I fm VnruJ KMIInm. W.t.hTi. ,h.
Btomao4 rjoar -tiroctatiuns, K'mking la
or riuumms i jus pji ot to titomsoB,' -Bwimminr
of tbe HaatI. HnrriA1 .rwl niffi.nit
oreatniog. r ruttennc at the Heart.' IThnk h. nr
Suffocating Sensations when' in a Lying Posture,
iiimiim, ui- laioa, 110m or. weoa oeiore the
. Sight.' Fever and Dull Paia in tha FUisJ
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
I i'A-i of tbe Skin: and Eye. Pain in the 1
7 - Dine, acs, ly'nasc, sjimbs, etot. r .
i -i Pt. riusneSPt-'tieat, .in- i 1-e
turning in tne. t lesn. ..
;!:-- . , . Constant Imagin- '
, v ingsof Eril, and ' i'
i ., , Great Dopres- . :T . .-.' in
t . ..f Bio of ,., ,-. ..
, .i'.'..tlivii Sriir7ta: ''-.' : ' '
H ' They are the Greatest n9 Best '''-'i
13i.OOJOi PURIFIERS
Ever knownr'anil W?T1 ahrii'lilf
.-ta.Vf In
rlifteaaAa reanittn.
iruui um Diooa.-- iseep yo
Keep your Blood pare. Keen
your 1,1 vet in oaf. , f. . bleep your aiveetir
organ m a Bound. M healthy condition, b'i
the use of these remediaaAnd no diana will
assail von -"- . .- -v.
Weak.-and ilDeUcate':. Children
' It r: -l ii'.:' : ll' r:!.-;., .ri
Are made strong by the nse of either of these rem
edies.. They will cure every case of MARASMCS
withotfwd.-v.. sa. :. -i ! -'I i rr
Thousands cf certificate have eeenmnlafea in
the banns of the nmnrietora hut anu.. v!U .ltn
of thCDUbtieerion of bnt a few. 1
observed, are men of note and of -atach standing thaS
.uswjr 1UI4DK VW fdJUOTCUa. , r -f
THE ! WHOLE SUPREME COURT
! -71 il.: . : . "i-i I' i.'. r-'r '.11 tnw - '
.; j 'WviS&faxsiiL U '4''
, SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
:n'l .?l .id I, .r-c -JiltJ.
WlWwtUdklorinore dignified, er:strongtr t
'?-.'.- j-UlV. ,1 aUBOUjf.j, ;l.,.,r1::j
HOfK.w:iWbopwp,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsjl
vania, writs : . -i.. r. .ii. sji-..??
, v rHiLADALpwiA. March 18, 1867.
I find 'Hoofland's German Bitters" is a rood tn.
i. UsafuLin diseases. Baa ief -thW dia.at.iv. ...
sans, and of great ben- i wT -afit in eases of debit.
j ...i.w. unTuuswiigii in sue BTSlOU.
iohib truly, GHU. Wi WOODWARD.
I
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judff i the Supreme .Court of Pennsylvania.,
. ' . Philadelphia. April 28, 1866.
1 oonsider MMflanri'MtiArmATi Hlttor-a" .
ble medidine in Odfitas nf kit as It-a lnr!ia.iB ,
mj? BLsoiAHia.. x can ceiiy ioib iroio. mi experience
v i.uuivt nituiwpeci,
. i ; : i JAME3 THOMPSOir. ;
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
,ii. ,. . ' Iiui o- - .'! : --. .
Prothonotaryof tba Supreme Coort of PennsyWa-
I wnfj 4i-7 X '-i .i j . v
I . Philadelphia. Sort. 14.1867. ;
Hbofiand's German Bitters" is a v.rv na.Fnl ...
wwt. . ..uiu ..u .y(i(Hi.r. xb ii. out an 1 II
toxL at ing drink, and may be used benefisially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours.
lltl.., . ln..J . . .n . n..l. . I. : ;
persons 1
Ko ROSS SNOWDEN:
- -'J;, .iuri':' '.- ' HI .- T !
Hnnflajia a I Jprm an KamHiM .r. ,minlrl
See thst the aianatnre ot n. M. Jirwnr
1 on the w rappee of aVa each bottie. All oth-
ere ara cennieneit.
i Principal Office and Manufactory at the (
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCif -STREET.
delpbia.Pa. -.u -i ''' 7
German
j , , . . , . r i . , auuw-
delpbia.Pa. 'i "! - - 11 " -
- J i - .:-.:' - 1.-. 'VI iAjllV--' ;:' e ;
i - .:-.:'- 1,-. V1 .AIIIV-' ;:'e i 1 N J
c
HARLEi Ms EY1NS, Proprietor.
jyormerly C. M. 3ACKS0IT A CO.'
3 !!.
Xrl.XOX33.-
Hoofland's German Bitter. Per bottle.. j.sui..tl OS
Hoofland's German Bitters, half . a ill
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 Sir
per bottle, or a half doien for $T 50.
iD not i urges w examine wen the article yen buy
n order to ft tno genuine. : ,TT
1 : '
.; oi 1
t-l si;.(i;;i: O'.i'i
DBUGGISTS
- I -'ii ,
FOB SALE
ALL
And Deler8 in Medicines snnwhur.
iyK-dw&s goowly
-..iiii
ol
MISCELLANEOUS.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THHE FIRM OF GEO. F. OTTARRA a nn ra
, A tbis day dissolved by mntusl consent, either
uemg ausooniea to settle tne seat business
- of the firm. GEO. F. O HARRA. ,r
"lr.'V',!vtS4;' !" : ' '' . SlDDALL. -!
I Coiambus,.JuaAry litb. 1869. t . imui.
M ' GEO.F.ointHBA; v?t
1 Special District Agent for .New England Mutual
; Life Insnrance Company of Boston, llass aUasb
, assets, 7,000,00. Dividend of profits paid aoaually
in cash. Office Nanghton Building.
j JNO. B. SinDAA,dc-CO7'-1'
General Insurance Agents, representrnr tbe
Imperial of Lond.in Gold assets (10,000,000 00
Pacific of San Francisco Goid asset - l.000.f00 00
Cleveland of Cleveland Asset j 600,000 00
Continental of New York Asset's.. ., 3,120,iea 60
. Gen. Dist. Agent of tbe New England "
: Mutual Life-Asseti 7,080.000 00
jOffice NaughtonBiaiding Colnmbns. Ohio. ;
! janlO-deod4t - . .
COMMERCIAL" BANK, to
THE CanniERCIll, HAWK, located
in ' Sessions' B ock." eorner High and Long
streets, will be open for business January 4th, I860.
''Accounts of individuals and firms solicited and
??1.,H?nrrn,eed- INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Silver. Foreisn
and DomMti. k.v.i,.... ... . ii . i
' lal '!lriti bought and sold. Passage Tickets
...uuuvuiwi ,ue principal, worts in Hiurope le
aned. . , -i . . i , , i , . -i
The Bbbre Bank wilT be open for the transaction
a h"B. except paying checks, Wednesday and
Saturday evenings of each week, from 7 to 0 o'clock.
BdecSO-eodlm J. A. JEFFREY. Cashier. .
-: Thar Orest Medicine tor the Skin.
I .tkAM. I Ml 1 .
elghtly ernptton of the tBCe. ' "
- or ttettlna;, irritating, or .
dlatveaalna; cataneons
-. dlseate on aay part ;
ef th person.
! : "1 o aem-Ju rtlirrci me ofthat mortifying trup.'
VX ? ? "m now looking quite like a man." writes
CharleaE. Noble. Goneral Agent of Mich. Central
R. R., 173 Broadway, N. Y.
1 w'fi U a imahmble nnu&y far Teller, etc.."
writ. Uigley Bros., Druggists, Fairfield. Iowa.
1 .l " " vonr valuable remerlt
erlu for Bnrfter's
W. Dumont. of
, jtcn wiin 7r-far SHccefi," writes U. V
jjvuiiuasser, mass.
Bend Ibr eircnlar,' Price, 7S cts. and 1.00. "'"
r ; Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
- ' 36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
, ;. For sale by .Druggists generally. ,
SeptSl-deodiwly . ..
25,000 KEWARD
-j .t " ' WILL BE PAID BY :
PROF. H. EMRICH
" . At the Coxville Soap and Oil Work. :
" ' ' V- ... . r . : .',' '. .
In Softlisoap,
To in? one wbohas used the WATER PROOF OIL
1U . A 1 ' W I V 1 1 .. J..,, ... If tu 'PIT u.-n i
IJIBr HUllliU.
He refers to-Got. Hayes, J. H. Klippart. Jad
Pugh.D. Searles.at Harden' Rollins Mill: C. I
Glenn, Secretary County agricultural Society:
rFred.' Peiser. of the Westbote; Spivin. of th
rarnnD;r j, o n. tsennioR, tne Uld Virginia
Fox Hunter, andlthoueands of others of theeiti-
aens oi lioiumous. lanlg dlw
V . . ' Sherifk's Sale. . ' :
Wm. H. Dunnick) - -: Court of Common Plea
: V -Maria IvyV " ) ' r" franklin county. ;
BYvTlRTUE OP AN EXECUTION IN' MY
hsnds in the above stated case from said eonrfc
t me directed, 1 will offer for sale at tne door of
- tne conit ttouee, in the city of Columbus, on - .
.Iliuredgy, the ZSth day of Jaauary; A. D.
:' ' Il i f ft . : 'il ISB, ..: r.-l
at 10 oVlock A.' M., arlot of household furniture,
- oonsistinB of one bnreaa. thrn. h.datHsHa ...I' K..
.ding, two rockinr chairs, oanaseat and ainnd .haira
dishes, stan Is, stove and furniture, table, one large
urirrur, shook, carpet, inunge. curtains, Ae.,taKea
aa, the proper ty of Maria ivy, t satisfy ssid eze-
ouiion.,,,! i..jj., bjltAVISK,
Printer f ee S.tS.
luoroner, aoHog as oneria.
janl6-dtd
Yaiiiabic, Real ' Eslate Sale, ,';
ro t .-11, T
..j, ti.i 7-,
! !.,."T -k-'l lo i : a i-i
'A Ll. THE REAL EWATti nRLONf.
: Jr. ingto thelat 1B. L.GOODALE ianownf.
fered for ss, a by, ,. Eiaoutor.;; It eonsist of the
I GotKlaloj ,Jtfoweii--
A large number of BUSINESS' AND DWEtiL
.iiuuuuncb.ua nuv vacant a.ta itj'th
, .City of Columbus.. Also, ( )tJ
.- ic A. Fine Farm ofilOS Arrm, il;
' Two mrleseast r.f Columbus nn the National Road
and a Farm of SS6 aensa in . P iokawav eount v. -on
; , mile south of I.ockbourne. Terms easy, lApply to
. - nrrn-. jsrt.iioirtuciu.
.i3.,:!" A. B-BUTTLED,
janl3-drw&w3t ,i ,1
: Exsoators.
-i .nl
Great Bargains ia Boots' and Shoes
SHEPiBD 4 HOKIGEB'8
Sb..l6J. BoutSi pig'BtTBofi. :,
l-i e-i
1
-Ti :ll
TI 6RBKR TO REDUCE AtR PREg
1 ent atoek find make room for NEW SPRING
- GOODS, we will sell, without regard to cunt, our
vs, 0 ,,K.,,T Hit '! I!lt-IM
Ajntsioa', ;r..,u -)V.:f rl : f.i.: ,-.:
ru ..J
NIsbbb anal .:-iii7i .: ',; '1
I ' Children's Boots and Shoes
' At prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers.' We
i -nave also a nne assortment oi ,( tl ,, ..
;B and Youtb'a Boots and Shoes.
. . ... w hron weareeiliDC ensan for easn. .
. Xlentlemen's "lss Brenelg Calf Box'
i .i 4,,-: a oi.asMitai : i i -
made to order. AW Repiirliig ef all kinds prompt
ly a ;u urasiy eawonuB-tj - ' - ' -
,i janl3-dti.. , 1. -,. SHEPARD 2 HORIGER.
Agents Wanted---$10 . a Day.
M1: ! xwo io mam for , J
ir. ' f i f---A 13 ; '
Patent Revolving Dpnble Maps
Of. America and Earepe, America and
tt-iii
tlse inlted States of America,
Colored in 1000 Counties.
"THISE OHEAT ItlAPS. SOW irST
" 1 ' completed, show every place rf importance,
all ' Railroads to date, end- tbe latest altera
tions in the various Enr pean 'Sta'es. These
Maps are needed in every School and family in tbe
lano sney occupy sue space oi one Aian, and Dy
means o (the Reverser. either side can be throws
-'front, and any part-brought level to the eye. Conn
i.ty Rights and large discount given to good Agents.
.j Apply for Circulars, lerrns and Sample Maps, to
. AiLiUXll aiAr" BsJ Kt,AUi
' ' aeol-dAwlm-r 1 - 33 Cortland c St. , N . X. '
Stockhoider's ' Meeling. ;; ;
' Coltkbits, Chtcaoo A Ii. Cknt. Rt 6. & -
1IH-HIIX IIK 'I'HK X
I Utu.lTliBD8, 0.y December 4th. 1868. J 1
1 A;' MEnriNO O THESIOCKHOLD.
ii' ers of the Columbos. Chicago and Indiana
.ventral hah way uompany wiu be held at the of
fice cf the Company, in the city of Columbus.
State of Ohio, on FRIDAY, the 29th day of JAN
UARY, I860. between the hours of 10 A. M and S
P, M to approve or reject a contract vith the At
lantio A Great Western Railway Company aad the
: r-rie tiaiiway l omoany, and tor other purpose.
- oi u os sue noara,
GORDON MOODIE.
'. - - .- Secretary.
decSO-dtd
Valuable Residence for Sale.
OITCATED '
OI KKOADVATi BE-
teen High
and 1 hird streets, enntainin.
twenty rooms, bsth house, witi bot and cold wa
fer. Also, improved range and furnace,'. Posses
ion giyen &pru isc. . ,-. :
r or price and terms, apply at this office. .
janT-dtf
Five Cents Rewards
TtTALKED AWA V-TOO LAZT ' TO
T run-onJvW. BR0WNL0W,aidtobe a
Drosner oi tne uovernor. oi Tennessee- tie is by
profession a Soulbtor. by trade a ows: : All nr.
boos desiring permanent investments oan with per
fect safety entrust him with their money. At last as
cougts he was engaged in tbe whisky business.
he above reward, also the thanks of several vic
tims, will be given for any. information aa to bis
-wnereaDouu, upon application to this omoe. i
.trjant-dtf !
ii --i:is ;
For Sale,' or Rent.
T-1 .--t : ' '
HE DESIRABLE PROPERTY BE-
lotjging to Mary E. Kent, deceased,' situated on
Mound street, hear 7th, 'consisting of a convenient
house' Tood hed. Ao., cn a spacious lot ninety
fset frest, one hundred In depth. Good cistern and
weH, fruit trees and flower garden on the premises.
Forprioe and terms, enquire at W. R. Kent's
auction rooms. eorner Town and Fourth. jan7 dtf
OFFICE OP THE
Indiana Can. R'v
Columbus, Chio iocs fc Indiana Cn. R't Co,,
Colpmbds, 0., January 13th. 1869,
.rTHE BOOK'S. FOR : THE
BOOKS. FOR i THE TRANSFER OF
1 tha Canitjsl RW.lt of the Columbus. I'.WI
A Indiana ( Antral Kailway Company will hen n..
on tbe evening of January Sd, U6S, and remain
closed until January 30th, 181,9.
By order of the Board.
janl4-dtd GORDON M00DIE. Secy.
i
10
I '-('1 flUMTED AAD PUJi.lMKi Jit '"
Ripii ARD ;iV 3EJ V H! 1 S .
it
e. . KHriirr aw, r i
C. B. FLOOD, J
1 I
!"!7I
tors.
J CZlUTJMls US, : OHIO t
! , 1 . , , '.I ': 1 ,, -'; :
TUEIDtV BIOBniJlC, vii-1. - JAIf.IO.
News and Otherwise.
- Garibaldi and General Sherman' have
exchanged 'photographs.., ,",. ti,''
, : Jefferson Davis and family propose to
spend the winter in Nice. . ','.,
: Tbirtt-two murders and thirty suicides
were committed In St. Louis last year. "
i A Kkntuckian has just indulged in the
luxury "of the fifth wife a blooming ma
tron of 62. - v ; . ' , - -
The average increase in . he ' value of
real estate in New York city during 1863
was 25 per cent. 1 t '--:'!'.-. . '
-; Onr million and a half of dollars have
.been offered the . widow ot Rossini tor his
posthumous works'. ' ' ' ." 5,'-. ': " '.
-. ; The Legislature of Tennessee is report
...ed to have declared martial law in that tur-
bulently governed State. .. - , - u" f t ;,. "S,
D. M. Wells, a well knows politician
- of St. Louis, recently was shot and killed
at Fort Smith, Arkansas. , "1,7?
Thk Cincinnati Commercial says : " The
fact Is, we have a profligate city govern
ment." That government is Republican.
' The Supreme Court of the United StaUs,
Chief Justice Chase delivering the opinion,
has just decided that United States certif
icates of Indebtedness and Greenbacks are
exempt from State taxation1. ,'. -'. ...s,' , V ;"
Thk Cincinnati Commerciaf wants the
Republican members of the Indiana Legls-,
lature to bolt the caucus nomination of
- Hon. Wm. Cumback, for the United States
Senate. It is doubtful whether enough
will have the courage to do,,o to deteat
him.:- . .' . . -. : ' - ' ' . - -'.
; It Is " thought at Washingtont that
there is little :B6pe6f the ' passage
of Sherman's bill, which contemplates the
"construction of railroads from Washington
to New York, Pittsburgh, and Cincinnati
.under the auspices of the Federal Gov
ernment. ; . ; .. I, ; r,. - i' :' .
a A" statemekt has been ; made 'that ,.a
"monument to the memory of the ..late
Governor Medary" ia "in course ot con -'itrutftion.
:tWe.are assured by parties who
have gone to the. trouble to make' the nee-
essary inquiry, that no such, monument is
In course of construction." ;' "
" ',-UI f.il lis. : !:-.. -if; i. ti: '''! lit'"' 1
NA company of twenty-nve .or thirty lai
ajes, oi tne respectaoie etnas, oi cum-.
vana Indiana, witff.dne ot their- nlimberi;
carrying the Bible, march liv the moaning
to the saloons of that place and hold prayer.
meetings for the suppression ot the traffic
in liquor. . -f - :; :: j-pt :.; -i-n ,f-
.. ." One day, alter. : dinner Curran said to
O'Leary, " Reveijend,. lather, I r. wish you
-were St.; Peter.? n A nd wby,iQu n8eWor,
,V6uld you tvisb that I were StPeter "
nT!j,.i:ilSIlii.,niia' n.'lm4 f.Sl...
.A9.GU V 1A.1J. JUV.UO.,VIVIUU I.UUCIj
aid
in that .case,1j8ald- Curran,. -an ooi
have tbe keys -oi heaven and you would
- fret me in.t 1 i Bv mv honor and conscience
' .nM. -i. j.l;i IS 1 . . n 1. 1
-.SHJUuQciiui,, iAHiss, inc uiviui:, .it vyiiuiu
be better for you'jLf lJtiad ithe. keys pf.ttie
other plat, lor then I could let yoii&oul .-
rK . .. v. ! .' ... ....".--i. it- .-i ti irt 'J I
Thk report of the Auditor of : gtatonfof
Kentucky make this Exhibit i 'Tflerease
in th value W land ' ovet- f 2,825,344
Increase of Jiorse stock over lS67Tll,008i
-Increase of qule8r-.over 1867, f 7,784; itv.
crtas of cattle; ' $36 541:' 'decrease lii Uhe
. number of 'hogs ov'stx months bid, 131,';
. 007; increase in. j tne number, of white
males over twenty-one iryears "Old, 11,691;
decrease in pounds r of tobacco
raised, .StSOii; depreasel tn, busnelsj oil
com, ' 7,203.186; increase ,,in, . bushels of
wheat, i;02a, 780; Inerease 'ln amostnt'of
property owned by negroes,' $337,685; Se-'
.creaie of- negroes over eighteen vs?-; Si
i -age, i 052 ; increase of negroes between
iohtp.pn nd twpnr.v. -2.171s:. !'' 1i:ib
i.-j.r,".i!. " " f7-.rK'.- ft", .
.., THs.-jWashingto'n special to the Cinpiq-
. iiati Garetta isaja: Additional -lrrfbrmal
tlon from the Iiidlan cbiintry leads several
' Senators, who.haye canvassed th-? subject,
to a firm" belief that the battle of Washita
was; In all its main features, a 'repetition
' ot the "Sand- Creek massacre. '.Jjfrpe",
that Custar left his eailjoa the field for
; fifteen days, till he could ride with hta6m-
mand to carry' tbe news of a great victory.
On returning, the" "bodies of ' Mai nor,. Ely
and sixteen' others ..were, 4oundr; torn ,.tiy
wolves and birds, and the mutilation charg
ed to the lndlans."u' Is therei any damna
tion for such copduct? or Is there" salVfttiph
for a people who prompt andrjustifjf H? ,
Is copying D6nn Piatt's complTmehtary
notie of Colonel Manypenny. the Marietta
Timet takes occasion to aay: "All ot which
is truthrtcuth itselt i - We have been fa
miliar with' : Colonel Maiypenny'a ' panie
from pAr chlldhoodi IJe haa been abqsed
a great deal,' and never sufficiently under
stood. .-But he is an honest man, and.whan
In bflicevbe did his whole dntv. A9 a -pari
, ty leader, he was geperally'lu favor oit-aafe
counsels,,.. VVe understood; this :, to te nie
mind,; twenty years agotr' when the; failure
of the Whig party gave the Democrats an
.appearance of being Unconquerable. Could
moderation and good senae like ; his own,
have prevailed at Washington, 'in 1854 e
1858, a long-; train of calamities bad peen
averted.""' Alas! our -public men didn't
knOw Indians, or any thing else to the pur-
DOSe." ' x '' 1) ::)
- A talk Of an hour with iudge Ranne?
in regard to the (political, and. financial
condition ot the country, will convince
any one that he has not allowed, his exten
sive praotice to engross. all his attention.
He is satisfied that unless ther wholesale
stealing is stopped that has prevailed, no
financial- scheme is likely ', to' benefit the
country" much. By the administration .ol
the ; Federal Government in: conformity'
with the strictest bonesty and economy;
by conforming the .tariff to the revenue
standard; by retiring" Hie. National Banks
and paying off five hundred millions owJ
Bonds' in ureenuauao, sucreur savine
larsrelv in '. interest and not -Inflating the
currency; he is satisfied the Public Debt
could be paid off with antmagtned rapid
ity, and specie payment's rouht about
Imperceptibly ,..yet in an incrediblv short
space of time; in fact, be can see no other
short or direct' road to specie payments.
Not only lrt the Administration of tbe Fed
eral Goverament should their be curtail
ment . of 1 expenditures ; and: tbe cutting
down of taxes. Local taxation- Is heavy
ana .increasing!- in sowisnip, town, city
and. gtato taxation, there should be a cut
ting down, in order that the people-may
have relief. The proposition to Increase
the rate of interest in this State he looks
upon as monstrous folly.
I
Crime Holds High Carnival.
1
eqnil to seven times the entire, State fleShlt
nMkfZ n'miJ ijlTJlrt.
i
in year, .s-o, or At .-y HWf-preVtons to "
Advent to power of1 ih
iln possesalori of the.' QbYerriment'lf anv-"'
,'aewsDBDer. llkn the, . t.t ... i . : ,
I' recognleed' 'm .ti'OTjrabrthe doS"
srassy.Amsi suirgeu upon itg party leader".
Find thaea rfia finlrl nfftrfo-.w.l
, Hi., uipv were
' orropt, ignorAut, thlevisb.tncl iveh evt- c1
dene of the troth' of the: kgserUo'n',' that"
simple fact would have harlei them 1r6tci
power. sAotlyethe 'oilrtiiii,"iiharieg lti -own
party friends with " wHatlrii! and Teai-,
ing more moneys darlnlf the pasfyear.ia"'
eonsetiReqce of, d,shoestrid' WcaVaSre '
offlclalu, than would pif fte'clya,,expengVi
of .the Goyernment for four years ''For
four.yerf: paBt,acrt'i fTloV ifi feRBe&'8,W
Alrnaoac cotlnanjr the Expenses of'&aj
present year, as the rmennt la esttmated,
the cyil service fcaa beenw1thln' fraetlba "
otteventy-ntM million dollars ($78,955,"9eji, iM
67), without iBWlrmTsught to be In. ' '
eluded, ttej8e
matltr services abroadXW lawe amount,
the Jouraal n.dmite, las' beehi
AtolenbylU party frferfii, ".rl one year
the thieves .being stlU in ortfee anil 'likely
to rema4n--ndy it falls oponhephbllo' ,
eai- as . thlnjc naturany to be 3 iexpectedri '
The great masses of the, people; jfeel that'
me days of honesty passed away with the ; J
advent oeKatlieallsm to powetf-that now,
Is the carnival of rascality, and thev' be
lieve that hdhest men1 axe MwerleAw tor'
correetitV w,'n ' ?T-
ptirtiifc thfeaitisttlon 'itf kn Viir
Bukkn, tho.defaJcfiUoa of BaMtjel Swart. '1
"out, Collector of the PPrt f eojVa
was, by the public at lare, re'earded aa a
crime so uncommpii and' ao- niontro"g,c
au. ii, Kve we pameot.rtoorttajtrtfilriar
to all tjlhds of peculattoais Kci DeifloerWel",o:
press r politician OerendedT thfi''fcailr2?"
whoiiad thus proven. fettWe$to!ljla Jtwi'iHw
but all ' denounced' him. ' But tlraee-4iri a
changed., NowteJOn)tttvrnnVerii
seems to be a totrir expect of &p'ai 'f.
nd It is thus made ltobk1bklj mm
in a long tithe Islt punished. : .wtm
ilmaio
One of theormer-'edllori -otiUfotif-
nal, Quartermaster Hurt V tbrpm ' "la
soldiers and the RdlcaJ scamp waaitrted rw
iouna guilty, bat not punlBhed Miitaai-? ecu
W.. ft. Gibson was'arrwted? ftlcfiA
tried, and by a jury, one-Half oLtbertoi.
own partisan friend, was toarll guilty fA
defrauding tjhe State TreaMry, bnHrfsteaa ba
of being sent tp.the Petfrwrfy,as com
plimented by a cosamlssJdn tt'ihe Vrm
and was. subscauenfili'' UrifV"trl'Sif,'81
' ' 7 . T ft 'trtw,'9llB
mentwaa.BOlRed by An" oblitrins7-vtrtr--..- ,h
General, made a candidate of bii artJ for H
Coneresg. andrensdvrrl rK;.H-,. .j -'!1
votet.his party Trle'rid.'' (''YVu
are thieves arid blpckheads-that Ahv lack
the "thref .eggeniai ,lq'ualitie'Of; atittUS, JUaWrS
-Ashi anrTL.1''' i a.t. ... ... I,
esty antj eerii'Trat inn7eai:the lo
had stoleavoei wasted 4 m ktfl
on rial ..... tl. ,u ., -' .',rf"Vr3?ii,t
of OhloSixtlrqeAg. grea aa irjrJSi-fo7''i
carry on rhaeuiareGavenmeWd
administration of John QoisclbAjts 9U?'
o Ohio sixtiqes; s grea aa irtji-fo7''i,
fourj times as much " as' the1 entire. Lu -Isiana-i
.tHifchase Wthii -vkiA.Mrli.' 1
ttory nijl,
yeftJ1i i.f ncl nderrVeUTff
JateaUng at tbe rate t'bverV?nty4lgfit
fhrllllOn nnllars nD'iTnn'hU.'i BHI HSlli
iuch a Sttatemefft 'as th&frfir?enJoSrs?
L . H.lIlUlll.
made by a .prominent, s potest prgaa of .H
eijhei; of e great partieaj-ol abe'oJntIf,,'
ten years ago, beare ertme' and 'idmfmiu M
had erept Into Tih'tf ti Swri7a
ernmetil from Jhe . highest; t ithe; 4)wstlnov
wlBciafnt efora Jtb PBblUrt(,pet,
stupefied or blunted bj thereqneM recv "n11
rence, -of-auch' things'; tetifr ItbMjjjfaitQyt at
any party from tohich the "t-tj facts ema- '
nafedi in almost every .tatmkkd vrerinr.t
throughout our on&Taobrii ol.-Bolfit ia
easily taeeja; wbie.w4 alwIng;'VfiW1? s
stateijients startling ,as this-More sttslT
in one year- thaW Would delray tbatif
expenses o)S aHtwId jr ,K "
years.t- trUe'tejon ijie mssiMUiuronoassf-' .mW
Hon, in passed byjw the idle win, aree'J'5,'r
cansiBgi a peasiBfr iranark t llie argU"1 1,
niass whonn ;ra0st '.fnWrestedr'f",
nearly all of .' thi ,'mory;,Al)a sbaltdlli -iH.
wrong from those whoUabb fad'te1,, ,0 no',,,
men paid B6 axSs ;t.q",o
thiAe paid for tAxillutfcncta
mrat, if believecLrtlap the1 'Wen' fU lltoU'V
wee Either, Ipcmplr-BoAJitei. .'tit
would hayeproauced a feelioiB that hwyuWd " S
have ariyeany paafrotn'poeY., Biif J" " J
iio, In these nkjj
esty lo public office Is the exeDypji and .
the most 'r'.eW'AhdrelWr ,
men, tmseiyes lonJ'itiw fwMJt' bn
matter of course. "It is 'no more than outrht
to be expected, and. hencet Uier :srrVrs8 no
surprise and no grave dispieaaxrrei1 eilnAhnt
T-u jor to swerdsef btherlray3:J!,u,1-111
luorl And, oh. lor the men who wore than," ' Ma
:u ......a. i n ii !g1J' nobi.TM .
UU'17
3111 A
,tr.
Pn.'.knml..ll t JWn-Ot ll'dU
" i", . wwv. sj ay VUBA JAvnevMnt I
ArinEuropei i thejast centd.do not,.
noexisfcln the1 -prispriir ot, America; et, ,!
tnere is muen room tor improvementniniai.iaiv
tbe disciDline of noran nr-rh fttZ ...
tontjariea and ou'nty jairsl In'thfl'jfow(,,y r
York iStatei prisons- men aresboweredU-ol":
neariy.to death and otherwise- -trtuwd-i ' .,0
while in New Jereey eoovtctsf were ret-crttT.. ,rf
manacled to Hbe floor,-fed on bread andjn9.V,
water, : and sometimes so tied down that
they; had to stoop and feed aa ISeasts. Cfn.
Gazette. - ... ir,uri rii bfTU 'i IA AD.tK .
iiTbe men thus inhumanly tretwere,,''','.lliI
(Wintann r r l" An-.i ..... - .
""rT'O :'J Vo J' 'saa:i tm M-I-Kl-B-sfB
,., luring the war, we wellreriietabe'aifiii.'aoO
ingof a man, who, guiltless of erihref and
only suspected of Mytogknowleegi-wriicr? ,lK
the military authorities Hvfshed.tfiS tnv"'"
formed ot;n6tdf a military 4aracUr VbbgaiJiit-itT
hadthe thumbscrew torturaptJiedtohJrrV Ottei
unijil he was nearly dead."Whtf-lWlft
of jta applicatton in tlie Spaijif'iUilq -lion,
It causes ashuiider. Yet, la thiCthe '.-iM
autumn time - of. the 19th. ''cetnlury',' 'M11'"3 ''"
wag kpplie.t to an' American iuVeh"-!."
make him confess, tBatKwblch,isij
not; and noja-ngle.bjjlltioa presi;theiil-i
land even ventured a rebuke. Tnleves are 8lrT " ot
objects ot Radical sympathy.-wTilW '-Jortnii ririr x
the war not Adaylpassed withoni on-fcrages' '.ll!
on' the ! Pereoraf 1iW
suffered to, paaj wltiiovt ;Vrd; being t sici
written against the outrages, or those who' '
coioirttittetithem. n- l t: i-'utnut uam bXiittw
I'ni-ii. 1 , :-; - n v i sr.. .1.111.4 w w -
' "' . aa. . It,,,.
,, AT. the. door ..pf a,.ceytain isat -store in'ai!!;':
ICnnr-Vrirlr harnn thaialn-n Wa ilnUl, An .'il JnV
hat, while you waitffor fifty cen er-ftiiixTasii
entered a coudtryMah,iheVother-ait and t; ma to
ariKwered Affirmativfclv to-the oeBflifin rJ .tt-tdl
hat-blockings. The work was P&rftrrp.e;
and he was as-ked Jf he wtuld have,Aii , (,-, OI
thin g( else In he hatne Be Wpiieddaj-i i Jji
the negative, but xnUned to-" "ban oikaect
around" as though something Was'uBsii;,?
At last the clerk; asked w,hat he waaiBrajWo-i ltd.
ing tor. faiting.ito-e.-tha.i-fifty l
he 13a id. iHe didn't get it. The hatter had -"" ,J 'X""1
misplaced his comma.
f.t-.lL ."ssl .tl S.UIJU111
m (s.ij 1--ia .iwoatqtija.
sax uiuituwr 111 mrn. r reunu, Vincin-
nati, who nine weeks ago was bitten by a
mad dog, is under the influence ot hydro
phobia,. -

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