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"COtitJMBUS, OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING!,1 JANUARY 23, 1869.
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iT HVTCg oa) STATESMAN
- v -six montoa. ..- 4 SO
red by Carrier, per week............- .wett
(CELT STATESMAN, Pt HIT ......84 60
vsot ., ,- v. I lis aaontol-...-... I 84
J.., ... WKEKLV STATstaMAfl
- , copy six months... . v ..............HI
tsef4tr-.l......w,..'. 1 00
. Iveeopiee one year .p,,, t 00
Tan opiea on vear ....,. W 60
Twenty -copies one year ...81 so
.. , oopiee ot nu,........ ......H W
.AEHTfS.N5 RATES' FOR DAILY STATESMAN
i"' :K(WMm -eja.itr4e AtfwoirOu.:'.
i 81 4 Mil
86 00 1
176 Ooj 40
Local foric8, ISernupcr lir.oh Insertion.
ADVhTI8IH hATElTOB TKI-W EKIl-T STATI-
- HAK K oenU per sqiin abh iiMrtion: fur ihra
Djoatfa or longer. 8 discount of ono-luit from Dmly
le"- ' ' - " .
.'- Avktis1o oit wmvr STrcKAir
par Kinar for flrat immrtioiv 76 outi for each kd
ir. hrsiMga M01ICB8, SOoenta oaob iniertion..
1 OTICBft OF U BATHS. 60 COO IS .
X 8tOTlo84r lABHiAs8,)6enti. '"
f.Kl.lulfti ft No 1 101 ft. n< oriott.
AU tnmiiM advtrUtMmt mwl b pmid for at
uu wM buy art tMFea.
T. BHOuKLH. - .- v-
1 Architect, Civil fcnciaeor. Aa. -
umce over ue AaAietuu txouuc imdk
BHAAtfS 4c NAM,
. ATTOKMiV'S ! LAW ' ;
Office, Ko. 6 booUi igh :Ut, AnbooBnUd-
inc. - - - - -: . -
Jamils e. bi;.a - '
ATT0KS 11 Y-AX-LAW A MAT0B,
"j.t..--. '.. iljojf Office.
ATTOHMbl.-Ar-l.AW A notary ro 0110.
. Otbee in lusi.' buildio.
Yl'UkOIl tc llOOOHUffi
- tTTllSKRVS.iT HW.'
Offiee 89 t oain bii street, Aiubos Baildinc
AU0TI0IS AND C0MAUSSI0N
J8. MEAL., ' ..: -
.e Auotioncer and Dealer in Baal JCatata Hoaae
ifcoid U ooQl.doUnuc and fiotmu. 1 - -
. . . fio. 7 Went Broad itraet.
ATiaDUIi JUAkJEK. .
vX barber and tiair breraer. ' Hot and Coin
batba. Basement Fostotnee HuilJin. ' -
7. BOOK BINDERS.
IO Jtfeetv iHodsro -iH.
i Dok 'ttaimfaetmreri.
printers and i'uolisben.
"' Opera Wnil-Hnsf.'
'v BOOTS & SHOt-S.
e 144 iSoata tiJKtt street. J not received, aa
leiiant ascortutent. . jmi sules. low prices. L-
iee, aitsno call. ' ' - -
I W A . CW.'SS
iL" Is the noted bona for (ood Boots and Shoes
al4rtt priees. tm btuek juktrseeiied-
- --'. .,. . n a.t).49tHH.a Uich street, r
-I COAL1 DEALERS." !
KM1 MM Me .J1 r'- i:
Dealers in r-itubargh sad OhioCosd. Alts.
VukA DrajA 1 Ue and stone oewer jfipe.
T .- Ai.x8lKith buih street.
jJDMMIbSlOJN - MERO-HAJNTS;
iiiTtAii,4iiV; il s ''' '
Xl Uummtraion. r in warding and Produce Mer
an.sto twin. u mill .i-itu. -c XI W.oruaa
atraeu . .... -". - - - ,
- CORSETS. 1
JL'e jtaauiauturoes and Aieiara in French. Gar
uau ana A inericau vumets. Aiao, tio okuta. ;
..-.... iki uperalloaae.
, n. a tt iuK, """
VVboieule avad" Ketad Dealer in l;bina.
Queai.swareuiaa. A'tatau uivoda. LauiiWanti iuaoip
k Lxiuraa. 4e iurat tiiKu alreeu
e lmpertar aud Wooleiale aad Retail Dealer
in UrocAer, Cuina, UUea, Cuutir, ifiated Uuoda.
Coat Oit Aduups, AO.
. - i ut) Houth High street.
a:-'.? is r-
dejntistry. ; ::
... i a. in Kaat Broad street.'
Wt4ani be theoe.. .:. t . . . ;
f W DbRAi DKKTl'f . Tbe but stylet
vjf oi Dentistry, iuaiudiug uunn'a iuiprovea
aiiuoral Fla.e. Ouioe, 10 and 11 Opera tiloca. .
CLBtiHtil &JDU., . -
e Dealers io Dry Gooo. Notions. Cirpets, Oil
Cloths, aiatiings, soadee. Data, Caps aud ttxa,
oner ttiga auEneau streets.
J- t)rltultl 8C - as., ' """-
w -.- : - - 1 South Hih street."
carpets aiattings. Oil Clotna,ouxuuua, starU and
Favcy Dry GoiHla. '
H, -A . ak. aa. Sr A ,
e W holeaale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
fancy lit I Goods, aud aiaaolaoturers of AAuiea'
CleskBSV 'it : . . ls.illgn tireet.-
v.-aysjn-8'am si'. Dtt ; buuajs a iuat,,
JP F. Erum A Co.. cash dealers in Dry Goods and
Notions, loo south tuuria street.
1 AM tO NsLoH. tN . - ' -
O W holesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
NaughteaihiUdinsvNu. lit and-128 South High
street. ..... . - . 1 .
Is aA tA l M lubli,
JV Ileal era u staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
bents F1un1ab1naG0uua.N0. 8AeU Alouae.
OtAAameaaevaV, sasaAk- 4k C.
r Dealers in S taplo and Fauoy Dry Goods. - . ;
Av, naaiaa vv,) r n a
e'Forsiga and Domeatio Dry Craods, Cloths,
aoajfe. te . a a , .-- '
j eople'sDtwibtme.lse South High St. Prt
aoripauucare.uD ouuwvu-uedatail boars. ...
riktror vaIj4 sroasi..' -'
, Joun s. tkonatattt.' ' -i
Aragtistand Apothecary. .
- '- 864 North High street.
Asarku at ut an,o.; :
rt tloLk.oALb A RE AaIL DRUGGISTS.
. . . low suutn aigh St.. Cmuiubea,0.
"1 AAA UN. ssatlajsa. 4t Co.. - . .-- .
X VV boiesaia and Re,au DruKgists, and Dealer
tai-roprtevaxy jaeoiouaee. - - - v
. , 8 North Uighstreat.
ivN GRA ViiRS-'
R iesiguerst bug raver and PiroIUhers. cNota
aim! ana .liner asKla euurared uorder. ' . .
t ..; .j-- NocWJaud In Bom High street.
a- laat.liei ttTTH are tat w K-r t;o
Manet tMureri aad Wholesale aod'RctaJl Deal'
r 81 4a IMIhlltiM 6'. 1 .aAira tba aa.8 -TtLlMJai sat.- ' 1 '
Maaaiaeturersot hTstolass Fdrnitmre. Wbole
saleano Reuat . W,ar.erooiu8, 8, .sAd Usynaa
. HEED, - ,1"' ' '
jH. - ManntactnreT and Wholef.la Dealer in Hoop
bktrta and Uorseta. Also; dealer in Berlin .Zepher
HOWE SE VYIN G ".MACHINE.
; 8 ah 1L m a. . - - t - - t ....
' ta' JU8M1W ia MmicjU MescbAodi, BoU.Stv
tiofiar sirifi Rnvnt v 1 iiuydM AUOrAliT tDtSOiafi Asreuit
lor tut oibria C4i& uowa uoa aiai. cwin(
;t I10.8UU juAJMiinnft.4iui.
,- ,. H AHKISiMONU (k CO,, :,,
Hie" Dealer, in Mantles. 8Ures and Honse Kur
nisbing U000A.T Alto, Tin, Copper and Bheeglron
Ware. , . .... , g; , ,,,t7, Aast I'own ttreet.. ,
4 HEM ak 8JTPART,-I i ." ,); r.- IV
(A Hons Farniehing Uo"ds, Mantle'. Orates.
Copper, 1 in and bbeet Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
, ...:r : ! :-, 1 S08 UoeRb High treet-i
V tTtM, tavioro; Hcrr, ' '
t IMalers in Hardware, rwmeFurniihins; Goods,
arbte and folate Mantles, Grates, 8u ves. Hot Air
Pomaces: Je. " -Sn North Hih street. .
l:UUl:A .HATS & QAPS.M-.'v't-
UHl. M.'lW. ttr,' I ' '
(Sncoevsor to E. i.sef .) Tealer In Plain, Caps,
Fare and Straw Uooda 8X eontb Hin.freet,
. . (lSio GoMen HbU
..!! fll Ii1'
iN ' Opposite Depot. " '
"fr-il I J. H. DAV1US0JT. Proprietor.'
. , . .a. HIB'a'B. a.. -
U RITfcti sa aVESI HOtEk, '--Corner
High and Town streets. s '.. 1
r E. J. BLOUM". Proprietor.
ZfcT'l'LEK HotlvE, 1 : .
- Corner r'oartk A Friend sts. Commodiodt
hotua and extensive stables. ...v
. . L. A. BOWERS, Proprietor.
V INSURANCE. ' I "
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Conec ricuT-inijxuAL, life
soranee Company. Assets, $18, 00,000. .
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Oolainbai. 0.
NEWKIHK jr. 71 ll,TK BKKGbK,
GEN tKAb AGENTS Security Life Inanranee
Company, No. 6 Opera House.
Hone iitsiiuANCii cohpaih v of
Columbus. O. spital and Assets. 8466.614.37.
W. C. 81. BAKER. Peo-y.
iffice, tin 87 Opera Hone '
., "Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
ivl Xlisa street, upara nuuna diuqk.
II K. A. IMV I l.i.
M. Hosier in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No- 87 North High street. : .1
e Dealer in Millinery, Tress and Cloak Trim
mings cd Faney Goods. 130 South Hi h street. -
MERCHANT TAILORS. .;;
SCHlH4l)fieN ft AOHLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods. - ' - .
1 - No-88 North High street.
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also axent for the Diamond Shirts,
. 1S1 South High street. .
THE OHIO B1ERCH NT TAILORING
J A CLOTUlNtt CO.. 188 H. High an Gents'
suits made to order. . Brady-made Clothing al
ways on hand." -
JOHN 87. K1CKENRACHKK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
No. 81 North High street. ,
1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 i
JOHN HUNTER, - T
- MERCHANT TAILOt. MO South High tt.
Choioe stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
.:-,;,'f:;.3NEWS DEALERS. :s
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 6S South High street. nex door to PostolDce.
X? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind,
er. Publioations in both German and English.
231 South Hish street,
- PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ARDKS.W8, l-EKKV t CO , i i
Manutacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing aad Wrappina Papers, 88 A SB North High St.
Dealers in Print ingi Book, Writing; and Fine
fapers So, 88 A eONor.h iiigb street. ),..-.
BA4.AIWA1 dc erbVKNS. -'- 1
: 81 ooujh High street."
J" ".31. tuiorr, ,
ar ' PHOTOGRAPHER,' 10T Sooth High street.'
futures made inevery atyle aod aur.li.i;: ,
J. ABCHEn, v-'"' ' ':-'.-." J
. Phoiograpns, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto'
No. 838 south High street. ,
5 1 PHYSICIAN1,'
fj , fft. IMM'n.', Jtl. U.r H. . 1
JCie No. 8 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the,
Eye, Ear. Heart, Tbruat and Lungs. Also, Diseases-
ol Women and Children. . - -... , ., -,
Jr. MA ts is IS de CO.,
. Wholesale and Retail dealers fof Lighte A
Cu.'sand UaineaA Bro.'s Piauoe, - Also, Organs,
alelodeons and other muaical instruments.
36 North tiigu ttreet.
J'.SJ. WOODS, - !
e Aicent for Cbickering's and Emmerson'a Pi
anos. Also, Organs, ilelodeons and Sheet Music
.... . 81 South High street. ,
AAttV EXCHANOG ' RESiTllIRANT,'
, ourner btaxe aud nun (treats; 11
CHaRLEK 81 YER, Proprietor.
A ET1A 8U.W1NC1 AI AC HIRES,
Aa.- The beat in tha world, htm. 1 and 8 Onerm,-
Uouse. , ' W. PlilMEL, GeneralAgent. .;
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
I U. Dtl.Htt 8c CO.. . t
AVe Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Piaiedware, bpeotacles, Ao., No. 11 Eat Town
street. " -" ' " .
X (Successors to Wm. Blyon) dealers in Dia
monds. W ate h s, Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. 1 Neil Housed . i i. ' :; ,r.
FllAL L.E0.t).18EllX, '
.Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelry. N o. 71 South High ttreet. . .
ANCatOFL' SS ItOS. efc CO., .
W bolesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.'
. 8 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
KEUD. JOMtiS tt CO.,
Manufaotorers and W bolesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. - No. Gwyune Block. Town St.
c - NOTICES.
Stockholder's Meciing. '
OFFICE OF THE v s
Columbus, Chicago lvo. Cbmt. R'r Co..
Columbus, G., Oeoember 4ih. U68. )
A, ntKl lnU Ur THE9IOCKHVLD.
' ers of the Columbus, Chioago and Indiana
Central Railway Company will be held at the of-fi-evf
the Compauy, in the city of Columbus,
Staie of Ohio, on FRlUAV , theifSTH day of JAN
UARY., 1868, between tne noura ot io a. ai., ano x
f. ii., to approve or rejeet a eontraot rith tue At
lantic A Uieat Western Railway Company and the
Erie bailway Company, and lor other purposes.
i By oraer ot the Board.
. anpnim unnniK
, - . Secretary.
For Sale or ,' Bent.
3...t .1 1
FhE. DEKIBABLE PROPERTrBE
longing to Mary E. Kent.'deeeased. situated on
Mound street, near 7th consisting of a convenient
house., wood shed, o.. on a spaciova lot nieety
f etlroot, one hundred in depth;. Good cistern and
well, (fruit trees and flower garden oa the premises...
For prioe 'a d terms, enquire at W. R. Kent's
auction rooms. corner Town and Fourth. jan7 dtf '
ii il: - i1
Fi? Rents'1; Reward. ; :- '
WALKED AW8-TOO Uir TO
mn-one J,. W. BROWN LOW. .aid to be a
brother ef the Oovwrnor of Tennessee. Be is b
urolessio eulptor, bf trade 4.lwi i Ail per.
sons desiring per . anent investments can with per
leotaafety euttuat him with their money. At last a--eounta
be aa engaged in the. whisky butineaa.-r
The abort reward, also the thankt of several Tie
tiros, will bo given foe any inforatatioD' at it his
whereabout., upon application to this office. . . . . . . ,
ian7dtt'' ' ' " " . , '.'"
i , Tho Kiidfri f SL III nrr's '
. . 'f l!
tT TUB tB' RECENTtT OF
1 I tl , Parr-., mm n t.w eritl nM.
....Minna nnjiaina ior tne recewtion or nnmi nn
im.nl if thff mi nil.
ATT R ACT IO N !
- ' .. I ..' :
OW Ann AFTER TUESDAY.' THE
18th day of Jaauary. I860,
FOR 35 DAYS,
GILCHRIST, GRAY CO.,
Nos. 23,25,2. & Z9 S.HighStreet,
win sou '. . V.V.. ;.
Dretstj ' Goodsj,
, OXo"la-1 n Km,
, Xauras, tjbo. .
Also Great Rednotion in the price of
GUOv-o (at ,
We are sole A twits for the sale of the HARRIS
SEAMLESS EID GLOVES.
tW From this date our store will be closed
at 6 o'clock J1. jlf. until further notice.
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
janl-ly Not. S3, its, 37 A 88 South High it .
FALL ; AND WINTER
TO BUY A.T
N A U CHT OV'S!
P arenas era of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
call ana examine the
NEW S T O C K.
, SBAWLS ..
JAMES T NAUGHTON,
118 tc. 182 Sooth High Street,
decl8-dlyJ ' ? " COLUVBuH.OniO
'I'i'l 'II " ' f i
BOOKS WAXTEDjJOR BIADIIVG.
A NT BOOKS, RIAGlZINES. SHEET
t. MUSIC. Ac Ac, that yon wish to bare
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at loo
prices? Books sent for and returned to any pait ot
the oity by (iving notice through postiffice, or at
the .... - . - . ...
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
BLANK - BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the larcett and best appointed Binderies in
the State. . . . . ...... .
Kownaa 34, 38, 38 North Higrh treet.
(Over Messrs. Kevins A Myers', aad Statesman
. steam rrinung umoet.i
BLANK. BOOKS I - , r: '
BL4KK BOOKS!! .
Of every description and quality, from the biihest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders from Ctunty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
snd all Officers reaairinc fUr"EhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our oer-
I our patronage respectfully solicited.
HT. W. LEFATOR,
oot3-deod6m . Proprietor,
SIB BERT & LILLET,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
of every description, with or without printed Head
COUNTY OFFICERS, MBKOBANT8, KARUTACTUBEBS,
' BABKABS, BAIU1UAD COMrANIBB, AO.
. W Full sett of Books made :on short notice.
warranted to give periect satisiaouon.
OPERA . HOUSE r BUILDING,
aprll eouly COLUMBUS, OHIO,
FALL "AND WINTER GOODS.
; ' HUNTER'S -
Clothing Emp oriDio.
, "Ho. aao south High St.,
r HATE JTtJST KKVEITED TBI
1 largest and finest etock- of Fall and Winter
uocds ever brought to this oity, eonaisting of
aTxrorAOri, - .t - 4-
XLaiisUaib Bnd 1 ' :
T-.: Caanlinere., Sco,
For G"emra 's west-, whieh 1 will tell at the low
set Oath pnees. .
Alao keep eonatantly on band a well tel acted
.READY MADE CLOTH INC.
! JOHIT HUM TEE, ,
JuO-dJy . .t .u' ;. . - 8S0 South Uih , .
tTTMTT.TA BTMLLIBTJS OTTRAOTUE. 1
' HTJDIPHBEYSi . "
HOMEOPATHIC SFITCIjFICS !:
HAYS PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE '
experience, an entire success: Simple '
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the "'1
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular tme,
bo simple that mistakes cannot be made in
tnlng them ; so harmless as to be free from dan
ger, and to efficient as to be always reliable..
They have raised the highest commendation from
ail, and will always render satisfaction i i !
Ho.." . 1' ' " vT.-i-.-rjentt
I, Cures FfVfra, Congettlon, Imlaminatlotis.86 .
. 8, " Worma, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.
4V " DlarrEoeaof Children or Adnlts.. 85
B, " Dysentery, Griping, Billont Collc2S -8,
m Cbolera-ITIorbua, Vomiting;... ..86
..7, Cousha, Colds, Bronchitis ..25 'i
' 8, . " Mcaralgla, Toothache, Faceache..9S '
' 8, ' ' IIeadacheaSlckUeadache,Vertigo8S '
ID, '. : Dyapepela, Billons Stomach... ...86 '
II, i Nun pressed, or Painful Periods. ;.S6 -
12, 1 " "Vt liltee, too profuse Periods.; 85
18, ' " Croop, Conph. Dlfflcalt Breathing. .25
14, i 81aUKlieani,Eryalpelat,Kruptlons2S '
16, u lheumatiain.Kheumatic pains.. 86 -Aa
On above are put up in VIA LS.icWi direction
containing double quantitiet tach,for..., 60
Th& Mowing art alto put up tW vialt and art
tent fit Uu tame pricee givebeiow. 4B
18, f " Feversc Ague.ChmFeTer,Agiies50
17, " PIlea, blind or bleeding 60
18, Opthaliny, and tore or weak EyeeSO
19, ratarrluacnte or chronlc,InfluenzaS0
fV'!. "aVhoo plii ;oKll. viol eiitcough50
51, '1' Aetlanitt, oppreaeed Breathing.. ...60 ''
52, M Ear Dlscliarg;es,impairedhearlng50
53, M ScrofuIa.enlarged glands,awellings50
85, Dropny, and scanty Secretions. ...CO '
86, Sea-Sick neaa, sickness from riding60
S7, Kldney-Dlaease, Gravel SO
18, " Hervout DebUlty Seminal
EmlstlonS involuntary Ilia- .
- charges., 1 00
S9, ' " Sore Mout n. Canker." 60
80, " Vrlnarr tVeakneee, wetting bed50
81, " Painful Periods, with spasms. .60
82, H Sullerlnga at change of life .-.100
83, " Epllepay,Spasm8,bt.Vitua'Dancel 00
84, " Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat. 64
Of 85 to 60 large vlale, moroceo -or
rowwood case, containing
a specltlc tor every ordinary
disease a family la subject to,
and books ol dlrectlo ns . . ., .
From $10 to t35
Bmaller Famtl y and Xra-rellii sr cases,
with 20 to 28 vialt trom$5to$8
Bpecifics for all Private Diseascs,both
for Curiitff and for Preventive
treatment, in rials and pocket cases, $2 to $5
Cures Burns, Bruises, Ijameness,
Soreness.Soi-e Throat,Sprains, Tooth
ache. Earache, Neuralgia, ltlieuma
tlsm, Lnmbsso, Plies, Bolls, Stings,
Sore Eyes, Bleeding or the Lungs,
Nose, Stomach, r of Piles Corns, Cl
Cerw. Old Sores.
Price, 6. oz., SOcta.j Pints, fl.OOl
XT 'I'beae Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or tingle box, are tent to
any part of the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price. : , . , .
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 662 Broadway, New York.
Dr. Huhfhrxts is consulted daily at hisofAee,
personally or by letter, as above, fat all forms of
diaease. SB - -
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A fresh tupply of the above always on band and
tor sale oy
.S. E. SAMUEL.
-s A. J- SrUUELl.EBand
- - . HUSTON A GARDNER.
" C ACTION.
"All fresh hnd aennina Meiiinlnna fiawa nn ina
bottom of the box, or in the caes, Humphreys'
opeomo,, nomeupatnio Medicine uompany. Buy
... V, Tk... . i : 1. 1
uv vnuua. auvj we itub reiiauie.
.Dr. Barton's Tobacco Antidote.
TARKArTTTD TO KKHOTX ALX DESiRK TOR ToBACCOt
' nt? veartabU and tutrmle, ind is also mo excellent
-ptrtUV- upirijten tua twutenen um diochi, inii&Mnew tae
vstiiiv tKMaeues icreat noui ibbinf tvnd BuetiKibeniiiiyDOw
- er, enaVe the Momacb to digest tlve htartiett foodAiake
leep retlKshjnff. nod estJtijiiBlies robust heahh. JtSmokert
tsni cAetcflV l'or ,jr'V yar cm ed. Price FiftyXents per
box. PoMee. Au iutereailDfr treatiM on iUe inJurkiM
etficu of toOoceo, villi Lists of lestimoniaKr xcfeiencea,
L&. 8 car rKbV. Agents wanted. Aikireyr
UL 1. K. ABBOTT, aicrMfy UltT. 0. f.
Potmastbr'j TeXtimosy. I receirna box of lTtrtoii
AntidHe iVom RetvAM. Povlton, aiifl find it a. tftxtmal
cur. 8. uitshiV uooDottonyuarnson Co., unio.
From Thk U- a TaXsiTRr, fhrctary'i Ofux.YYe-
fend a supply of the Aiotz. Arh one rcctitetl ha don
itt work surbx-y. ' O. T. Edgar,
' Frox New Harfshirb Hmtb PaiBOW. Genllemen of
'influence' here having been cjkvti of the appetite for tobac
co by ulng Dr. Barton's .Mnfltotts, dtsaixe a tupply for
the prliDntr of this hitition. ,
Joseph aiAToCardeiVf If. H. State PrfBon.
; A Ba?trcts TstrnAr. DrRrirtoTJe Antidote for
-Vnltamjeru Awta flrWlnnflAfBl emit nulttrtr'
W. Man 1U Nat BaniXNew Albany, Ind.
"A CxxROTWAWRSTiifoirT. OsrBoi or Autidotr
SHirarf m rtrflthtra&u HIVMlt IT KJKT
, SUUsaAKJbeVaat aa.jaacjo utsuvw, A sa.
Van. vnK FALiri HcilWClBTXRS. L.T1flV. MASa--Z
How gained Jhirty-fn pounds of fh vt rV mumtht by
aaifia; Or. Bfitoa'e AaudaU, and aa d"rre ttobaceo It
xamovad. f H
nn. i. nun, a.
Faorira SotrrHiHW Hen JouapriL, BAV'aoKX,
Md. (. box of B or font Anltdote fmotrt em a
the ved from ma. I take pleaaure in recommetMl
aU oifr raaden. T. T. Sura, I
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Trademark X Copyrighted.
49" Caution I Beware of Injurious Countox-
eits advertised oy numougs.
nov3-dA a 3uios-fnt
The Great M edlelne "fbr the Skin, cnrei
wltbont Tali, mnrery kind- or am
lrhtly erapMoir-er tbe jflMts,,
.or Itrhlncr, trrflteUnv. or
, wlLatreaelny catiBeoisi .
UeaRe on may part
' 4 or tne person '
It Aif nearly relieved me of that mmii fytng erwo
tion, and I mn now looking qn if e tike a maw," writes
Charle E. Noble, (weiieral Agent of Mich. Central
B. R., 173 Broadway, jN. Y.
' We find it an immtnabfe remedy for-Tetfer, eta.J
write Iligley Bros., DruggisU, Fairfield, Iowa.
' J J.ftr tried your valuable remedy far Barber3
Itch with areat swece,1' writes C. W. Damon t, of
. Leominster, Mass. .
Bend for circular. Price, 75 cts. and fl.OO.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
36 West Fonrth Street, Ciflcinnti, 0,
For sale by Druggists generally. ;
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. '& L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN j
W AT 0 HE S
PLATED IV ARE,
' OPERA GLASSES
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on band a large assortment of
Seth Thomas' and Waterbuiy Clocks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full tupply at -low
' 89 All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX,
feble-eodly No. 71 Mouth High tt (Joluinbnt.
CHARLES 0. BELLOWS.
P. Xj- BUTLEB.
HALM, BELLOWH Ac. BIJXLER.
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
!om. 216 V 8 18 Month tVffh 88.,
Ikeir attentive Manufactory it ai the Toot
South ttttet. on the Canal.)
' Their business transactions, both W bolesale and
netail, new extend mrouttnout tne atates ot vnio,
fennaylvania and Indiana. They tnanu lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, , HALL, AND
8.1 1 bntl, I-UHNI1UHC - -Of
all elasnea and evarv desian of suoerior wort
mansbip and finish. Also, 0ane-8eat Chairs
every description, w noiesaie ana itetau.
febS-deedlv - -
' GROCERS. I
M'UULM, MILES & M'OOIVALDS
' NO. l & SO'UTH HIGH STREET ;,
I..- d At O O EHW, ,i;
nHOPH IETORS COI.U in ktiii OW
A DrR MAGAZINE, and agents for the tale
Uasard Fowder Company's Fowdar. -1 AgenU
.no tsie oi
GARDNER, PHlPPiP A C0.8 ,J
telebruted Sng-fsr Cared Ilamai,
' ' ' " and dealers in '
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
in all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigars, eso, luu-eoaiy
i MEDICAL. 7 ' f
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter,"I die daily." The object of this artiole is
not to' remind him of 8 hispangs.bultosbow
him how tobanish them 8 1 forever. The meant
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
lamia ... . ., . . - -j.. : ...i-
And it it forhim to say whether he will continue
to endure a living death, or to pat himself in a po
sition to render life enjoyable.
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its AT, use. and eacer to bear
testimony to its vir- ef tues It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticular it is not alcoholic.
For such constitutions and systems as require for
their invigoration a diffusive stimulant.
GERM AN 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 by a spirituous
event, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
Satient. in choosing between those two treat anti
otes, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
bis selection; but in cases where the emeraency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thousands find infin- ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. aav There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cal prostration to wbioh they are not adapted, and
in which, singly or combined, they will not effectl
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Btrenrth. Get rid of the ail
mentt which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; ttike-a stronger hold
of life and. in short, beoome a .
, ... i t t.
Tbrooch the insrramentalit'v of the most mwerful
and popular of all vegetable invigoranta and eoi-
HOOFLAKD'S GERMAN BITTERSV
Biliousness. Indieestion. General Debflitv. and
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in tne liver, tbe stomach and tbe
bowels, are eradicated by a oourse of this great
Wbioh not only combats and conquers diseases that
bave entreccbed themselves in the system, but
it tne Dest Known saietuara against an nnneaitny
mnnences. rersons wnoae occupations and pur
suits suDject them to the depressing effects of a
close, unwholesome atmosphere, thould take it reg
ularly as a protection againr-t the low fevers and
otber disorder! which malaria engenders. Inva
lids wno are :i .......
Witt, out any special corcr'sint. xoett ayradaal
ucviiuattuu vi uvunj aurn;ui siuu uwyuug ViivjiKjr,
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountoin of
vitality and vigor, at M refresbing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the sand-teorooed
and tainting travsiers. ,
la compose! ef the pure ioioes (or. as they are me
dicinally termed. Extracts), of Roots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely tree from Alooholio admixture of any
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit-
.... ,!. . V. (,,, .nalil. A.' -r-n. Dn.
Orange, etc., making one of the most pleasant and!
agreeable remedies ever offered to the public
: These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys- I pepiia, Chronio or
Nervous Debility. Kaa Chronic Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aria.ngJrom a disor-
suoh ' -
. as Consti
Piles, Fullness of '
Blood to the Head,
Acidity of tbe Stomach.
auaea. Heartburn. Disgust
for Food, Fullness or W eight in tbe
Stomach, ciour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, -Swimming
of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathint. Fluttering: at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
ISimnesa ot vision, l'ots or vreos Del ore tne
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, l'ain in the
Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
. Burning in the Flesh.
ings of Evil, and
. sion of
They are the Greatest and Best
13 LOO 13 PTJRIjF'IjERS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
iroin bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Ltiver in oiaer. f n.eep your digestive
organs in a aonnd, 8a healthy oondition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the nse of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the bands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of suoh standing that
tney must do oeuevea.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or 'stronger tes
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Jnstioe of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
Philadelphia. March 18. 1887.
I find "Hoofland's Gorman Bitters" is a aood ton.
io. u-eful in diseases fe of the digestive or
gans, and oi great ben- mm ent in cases of debt!
ity and wantui nervous action in tbe system.
. Yours truly, GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. Anril 28. 1868.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o.tes of attacks of Indigestion or
D.ispepaia. I can certily this lrom my experience
01 it. lours, witn respect.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Frothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
Philadelphia, Bert. 11,1687,
"Hoofland's Germai Bitters'' is a very useful ar
ticle aa a tonic auu aa au bwouhi. is oul aa 1U1
toxi ating drink, and may
i used beneficially by
ot ail age,
Re Dectfnllv vours.
JAMEa ROdS SAOWDEN.
- Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited
See that the signature- r- of CM. JACKSON
is on tue wrapper oi mef eaon Cottle. All otb
mrm am AnnnterTeit.
Principal Offioe and Manufactory ai tbe German
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH, STREET. Phila-
aeipnia, ra. t
CHARLES 31. EYANS, Proprietor
i . Formerly 0. M.JACKSON A CO.
' Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. ....... .81 OS
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doaen. 8 Ot
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in at. bottles 1 84
per bottle, or a half dotea for VI SO. . ...
' Do not forget to examine well the artiole you buy
' n order to get the genuine.
; " - ' - ' "
FOB SALE AT ALL' bSUGGISTS
1 i " And Dealers in Medicines everywhere. .
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, E. B. ESH F.I.MAN, I
C. K. FLOOD, ,
r COL.UMB IJfS. -OHIO 8 '
8ATURD1Y JriORHINO, V J AW.' S3.
News and Otherwise.
.': if kw ark is howlwithont a case of
POX. l-lt1.( .) V-VI-iI )-!"( i ...'.i' S-.'lS
The city debt of Fort Wayrieis S388,i-
354 46. , ,J:'J;vV,":. -
. There ia a revival in the Baptist church
of TJrbana.V - 1 . - i- il
Senator Hendricks baa been quite 111
tor two daj-8. ; ; -. - T'
Galupolis has a Bmall-pox ca8e -la th
African Ward.. -"-
Among the noveldea of, Chicagow' fer
male burglars-1 ki( ... , t ; . ,A f j; '
Thk incmvf-the-Glir-estate last
year jgas $405,832. s. lAOOkJ '
CiKCuiTiLu opens cat a new distillery
onthe'Istof March.' - " f -
' Train is spoken of as the special creation
of tne 19:h century.'
Hardin county is to have a twenty thou
sand dollar infirmary -
Frva velocipedea are turned out daily by
a manufactory In Elyria.
Fiftt millions of dollars "Is what the
criminals cost Great Britain. ' .". ;
, Got. Barrim'anI of New Hampsbire,. has
asked lor the Consulship to London, ..;
It costs Chemung countjr, N. 63 cents
a bead per week to teed its public poor. .
Mks. Scott Siddoks is said to be the
great grand daughter of a Hindoo Ring.'
" Col. Loomis, of Cold Water, Michigan,
denies that he Is dead. He ought to know.
Last year about $14,006,000 were depos
ited in the Savings banks of Massachusetts.
Last Friday a man by the name of Rein-
hart, was found dead in-his cellar, In Clyde,
By order, General Grant forbids the re-
enlistment- of intemperate , or unworthy
men. , . -. ' -. . . . ' w m. .
General Grant requests that , there be
no ball on the occasion of fals inaug ora
tion. ', -' ' ' -
Children are excluded from the Wa-
verly public schools, it they are not Yac
cloated. ' ' '
Thk Republican bolters in the Indiana
Legislature forced Cumback off the, Sena
torial track. -
Secretary- Stanton" declares "'he "shill
never again hold public office." Thecoun
try is agreed. - -
Hon. HcoaJ. JbwkttH spoken of in
connection with the Democratic nomina
tion for Governor. " ' ' '
Grant does not want any more of Presi
dent Johnson's appointments to be con
firmed by the Senate.
- FaeukSS musthave a license before they
can sell the flour they may have manufac
tured out of their own wheat.
Thk Democrats of Allen county will
hold their primary elections, to nominate
a county ticket, on the 12th of June.
A young man by. the name of .Brand,
last week stole a valuable horse from his
uncle (J. S. Acton) in Fayette-cbunty,
THKdunnlDg business Is lively Over at
Bellefontalne.- The ten per cent, interest
law will make it Infinitely more lively;
! Cotton factories will soon be built in
some of the Southern States." Won't New
England want protection against them ?
.A Badical postmaster at Syracuse, Mor
gan county, Mo., has got himself into Jail
for stealing a poor widow's pension check.
Thk Springfield Advertiser (Republican)
Is distrusted with the ; "struggling for
office" now going on in the Republican
It is claimed that fout five, or six hours
is as much head work as any man 'should
do per day. To exceed this is to endanger
health. ' :
Eleven thousand, dollars is what the
wedding dress ol MUe Candanro, a French
lady, cost ; but then she has a fortune of
two millions. , , . . ..,;
Thb coal miners employed on the line of
the Pan Handle and Allegheny Valley rail
roads bave struck for an increase of one
cent a bushel.
"Thrhe never lived a man who was
lionized," says an exchange, " that it did
not spoil." That editor certainly forgot
tbe prophet Daniel.
Thb Putnam County Sentinel notifies the
public that C. Damon & Co., of Chicago,
who are advertising Dr. Poland's reme
dies, are first-class "dead beats."
- Skcbetary Stanton denies that any or
der was ever issued by the War Depart
ment relieving General Grant from com
mand of the army while Investing Vicks-
burg. ' , . . : ,
Henry Reed, E?qn lately on the edito
rial staff of the Cincinnati Enquirer, as
8 times the place on the St. Louis Republi
can made vacant by the death of Mr,
Thb Allen County Democrat hopes that
the sick members of the Legislature "may
all soon recover, and that they will pitch
into the business before them in earnest
and adjourn early."
Bctlkr couktt has a delegation at the
Neil' House endeavoring' to persuade the
members of the Legislature that Butler
county Is just the place in which to locate
the new Penitentiary.
Hon. Wm.Mcsgkn, the faithful Repre
sentative of the 5th Ohio District In Con-p-ress,
has kindly sent . us ' some valuable
Congressional documents, for which he will
please accept our thanks, .-v.. . --. . : .
Thb Republican members of the Indi
ana Legislature yesterday elected Hun. D.
S. Pratti of Logansport, United States Sen
ator, the vote resultingPratt83; Hendricks
60; absent and paired off 7. -1 ... r
Thb Newark Advocate characterises the
letter ot "Surrey" to the Journal, wherein
ha discourses upon the death of Joh.q Mi
nor Botts and General Lovell H. Rosseau,
"A Badical Hyena prowling among ; the
graves Of the -dead-".; - -, ; s
Thb Newark Advocate says : On Thurs
day, January 14th, fatal and.mos, lamen
table accident betel Mr. Joha,Cy Jones, a
farmer of Lima township, residing not far
from Summit Station- Ho was. 1, tue
woods standing. within, range of a tree, that
In falling struck on a sapling,. which, when
the tree had slid off, mada a. re bound, strik
ing Mr, Jones on the forehead, tearing h
scalp and crushing bis skull. The blow
was a fatal onei and -the unfortunate man
died the following day. Mr.' Jones' was
about 85 years of age, arid leaves a family
household consisting oi his wire, widowed
sister and two daughters.'
News and Otherwise. Afraid of their Candidate for
Th? Raaical members of Congress,' "ex- '
blblt signs bf fear-and irtsmbling as Gen'.
GfiANT'slrisngTiratlbh 'as President aP:
preaches. "Senafcor EDM'bNDs; of Vermont,
has Introduced;' il barttf prevent per
sons fronr holding two offices at the same
tlme, Introduced $lh jfear .that. Sen. '
Grant; wyi hold on. tfj! Jiis5mlliUry office,
. The i .jLndJcatloBJxoniWhgrv tha '
tetyitJFjpfi gtfiji wyi,)i.iigirit8bl,) -that
theejc jrem'e. Radical jvlrig.o'f the Re,
gree or confidence InfrenVGBANT, J,Tb,e
passage of the blUjspegling the Tenure.
of-Offlcftlgw Injth Hojuo or KepYesenU
tl ves, disclosed -the fact that fell otbtKbird
of the RepqbUcaoi presenl atoteaiagaltrtt
byj th jPemoeraAi. voting, tn mibody for tu
so as- to relieve Jen; Oaaet- froen tbtAopeU
ration of an uncouBtitntlotialJwV! Fortp
seven Repubcans-ar-hq Ashlet apd
SchrnCk sckoolwere ''-opvomeO.- tb:'G6n
0818) hivlnif the power to retabTeihy
person fromt)ffl(c6 ihless he'liubmfe.'d'bri'
reasons W We Sehat, to bd approved oVor
aTsappr'oved of by thatboay.' W"fietl)erthe
Senate wiU surrenderjhte' power "of cbn?
polling the President remains tofcersen.
Jf that body does concur. with theHoaseitt '
will be .because it is understood hat Geov
Grant has dt clded that; while that law refj
mains on tbe statute book, h will notraaktb
any removals, except for misfeautMeJatitaM
fice. An adherence to this determination on
the' part of Gen. Grant1 will completely
block the many ' nice arrangements made1
before election, of rotation In offlce."
i - The fact that Grant wa once,i"DeirioP,
crat, as was Johnson and Tyler," mates'
the Radicalr. fear that they haveHdra.wna
President, who will not be to thenj as claj
in the hands of the; jrQUir. tq b( moulded,,
at pleasure. ' ' -'."'." . "a
Death of Senator Stambaugh.
Death of Senator Stambaugh. NEW PHILADELPHIA, O., Jan. 22, 1869.
Bom. JT. C. Let, Preeidttt (Hut SemaU:
D. KARNS, Mayor.
D. KARNS, Mayor. O. H. HOOVER, County Auditor.
When the above, announcement .til
made, by the reading of the above, lo thtP '
Senate, on yesterday. It created fc'pVbfonhd
sensation. A committee was appointed to
draft resolutions expressive ef tHesrtii of '
the Senate In relation tf Mt.;SiAuiJq'sl
as a Senator" of that, bJdy, and a comaiiti. Ij
tee was appointed . to attend the funeral of
Mr, STAAtBAcaa. , v); - ,rym a n
Tbe deceased was no ordinary mao- Uu-' 1
der adverse circumstances tie was educated,
and by his own labor, working as si joar
neyman tailor, he studied the )prtfesrfoa erf
tbelawv,He Wasa; good scholarv'sfti,
ranked well In )ih iproiealoo,,.i.j; ,i,.j
In the heated, State eaavas f 1850, Mr.
Stambaugh was on the Dempcratie ticket
as the .candidate for . Attorney -General
which, of itself, was. a high honor1, blsnor1
nation coming from a parjty that, in defeat,
or success, never nominates any but flrstJ -class
lawyers fori legal offices. - Elected iot
the Senate or the 'State at the elecUonjlu
1867, he was filling his first term wbea tbr,
In the midst of his usefulness, he was called '
to that BndiscoveredjwuTitry frOjia, whose'
bourne no traveler pas yet .reiarn.,';V,'ti
! Mr. Stambaugr's health for many yearsn
had beeni. bad, and. that' nattttally ;made
him at times petulent, but aJetWr ia'an, otj
s kinder heart, It was hard "to flnd ,Whati4
ever, he undertook, Mr;i Stakbatjigb? -gfkla
with all his might -He was a ne speak ef
an excellentlegislafor.and 4 kind and irtj
friend, and the. feeling of ad , regret JJelt
and expressed,, when the words ol the tel
egram which announced bis vJeatjb,,"Verair
read, was a worthy tribute toils' "biemoryji
D. KARNS, Mayor. O. H. HOOVER, County Auditor. A Radical Statement of Government
Mrr Jenckes,' Radical 'member, of Com'ns
gress from Rhode Island,' the New Tot IT'
Herald eays, is one Of those s6ber,: cool rfb9
talented men of the House of Represetta.
tives who '. does : not- make exaggerate!
statements. , Well, be said In his lecture n1-'
Siturday night, at the University ;"BulIcI- ,
Ing, in New York, that frpmliIs.t'oWjiig
careful examination during the last font
years" the Government bad been defranoV1
ed In the public service a hundred mtllious
of dollars a year, and that Commissioner
Wells makes the sum Stilt greater; Was'1
there ever" such stupendous f raud an4' pjtH
bery before ?, ' A. hundred millions or mora V
a year stolen lrom the Government and "
people! and the party that Commits, theee j
stupendous frauds tbatj the, Journal, of J.
this city, says, wasted or stole more in on!
year than the entire civil expenses of 'the'11
Government cost for four years, has still
another four years to Tun'.; God saye" Ih.
Republic, while the thieves have-, poAtieaVrj -'
Bion of the Capitol. - k no
, at. '" rT .11 f.tw
Death of a Well Known Printer.
We learn from a private' Bource. th'at.'M'r.
John Hagart, formerly employ ed as' a com
positor in this office; died in the city of St. j
Louis, on the 6th Inst, after s short Ulnes.
Mr. Haqart was welt-known to the craft '
throughout the country as a clever ahd
genial gentleman, and the. Intelligence ot -1
his untimely death' will be" receivei with
. profound sorrow by his numerous friends
and acquaintances ia this .city and eteen-r .
:t .u i ii !..
G. V. Dobsey having Addressed" ffie
Teachers' Reunion on the subject c-t "Cl)ris-,
tian Education," tbe Greenville Deroocrat
wants to know what that has to do wfttf1'
embezzling the State funds to, the tune of 3
b undreds of thousands of dollars f and. waVi
his a 'Christian Education ?' If so, candi
dates for the Office ef State Treasurer of his
school and class had better be rtjecteL7,'n,
' Thb Delaware Herald says that R.-.W.
Reynolds paid $225.00 per loot for twenty
feet of ground fronting' on Sandusky
street, forty feet from and parallel with the
south line of the' American House,.beog .
part of tbe lot formerly owned by J?9"i.7!t
ers. and occupied by him as a residence, at'
an auction sale on Saturday last, the 16th' '
instant. ;- ! 11 !-' -"l
. i ftvfceU C ii i
: Thb Dayton Ledger-takes "the occasion
thus early in the seissioh'io .remind" tbe
Democrats in' the legislature," that they
will be, and ought to be," Bel j respontlbre
for what tbey do and fbrwhaf they omit
to do.'lhe respongtbillfy is, a 'weight ,
' ' ijUl'. - K. ...... . - i l I ' " 1 "
);.'.,, ,K , ,, .;:, (,' ?-V ."--I 4-' '.'I tlll
. -' 1 . 1 ) r ! o: S 1-aea
. .The Greenyke .Democrat . hopes,, tbat
"the Legislature may find It cooetetent'o
' with tia duty" to give Darke counry'au
perior Court,' inasmuch, asthecAuaej,
justice in that county demands the addt-ts
'iional Court sought for by" Its tftlzenf
. iii , it - i . -f i -i -inii,ti .n
' THBCinclnnall Enquirer says that tneVH
! iJeglslatnre at Columbus" wTJlest'cbnsurt'
tbe old Democratic pifnclpifei byiiot Inter
ferlnjr with W :mtnct-(pafxtytytgl.9 '
gbvernment of CinpInrjatt.J I this not ; a
: sensible sugzestion I , , ., ; A, , , ,a
' ! . . . '" ' 'asa ." rir.r ... 5
' iTHB track of the "Central PacifJranroadjjj
is beinglaid ai the rate of two miles a day.