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JANIJARY 2.7, l869.l,' " 'j
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" TERBI Cuk 4a Advance.
SAILT STATaMA,rrw..... $ 88
, I1A M-. . - . . - - v i
D slivered by Carrier, pot vhi .........2o
six moat as.. ....
(.,.-... (IX nulling a
' OflM AT at HABthL t M
' On er v Ms months..
., one jr ,....,.., ....... .....
1 a" V4 copies one year........... ... ... ........ OS
r n copies one rear ............ ............... .1? 0
fwenty copies ocijiHr . to 08
AD .IRTISING RATES FOR DAILY. STATESMAN
(47.0U tin onjundi wuik a Squar.)
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r aa - as e, '
J I "til 60 S 85 M 18 K 88 Oil 430 "giii
,II1M ID 80 IM1IK W Will m
8 1 85 4 90 75 8 00 44 01' BO 00 8b 00 168
4 t (MIL 8 X t tJ MM 90 TO W Oil 1 0 00 1DU
4 61' I 00 13 MN 1? 00 40 01 1 6 01' 140 00 8fr
. 10 7 16 ("O II 00 88 00 S 00 1 10 00 IMI UU li
T'U ij 18 SO 8t 60 36 00 82 Oil 1X6 00 888 00 875
16 10 00 80 01' 81 Oil Oil 06 00 I3A OOhiAO 42 i
.SO S 90 84 00 86 00 4 00 .1 00 160 0016 OO 50
14 u) 87 00 88 Oil 60 00 1 00 W 0CJ388 00 5411
'8 16 00) 80 0 48 SO 66 to M Of 176 00 '40 00 680
i. m 18 H 88 08 46 Ool 80 OX' 4 8t i OolS&O 00 600
Loch h oriokg, IS emu per line oaoh inaortion.
,ADVkKTi8le ikiTSSFOK Tki-W.i 8tt-Mifi-
76 cent per square each it.aart on: for three
. nootba or longer, a aieooant of one-aalf from Daily
Adtihtisino roil Wblt 8Ttrr8iCAif-$l.8
fer aqnare for A rat insertion. 76 cants for eaoh ad
f '-ailional kieertioB .
Kdvimsb AoiicBS.SOeents eaeb insertion. . '
NK;iior 1)tbs. SOrens- '
NoTiegfcr MntAit!i, t6cent. . ,
J Bki.ioI'-i i ic 8, ban prio.
MtraHtladrtuaumiit pmtd for at
m fk Urns lAeir ara e deracf. . .
- T. BKVwKtj.8).
Architect, Civil Knr.ineer.Ao.
vuin ui.i un ,aiiiunai tscnauia oins
BUAhBK et NAH, , . . , : , ,
AlTOKNKjS 'i LAW
-OCee, ho. 88 bona .igh tr. et. Ainbo Build-
IAHLU. BUS 8.,
-J AT1'0B.Ma.V-AT-1AW t MAVOB,'
Sv-. t f - . .1 AlAOa0ffie8
nitHAK 'iv nun It
JCl ATToR51'-AT-LAW A Notary Foblio.
-t- ' Uffiee iu Pare 'O's Buildinc i
--r a nut ! i n ii - ii i
. . fV . ATTUKNKV8-AY LAW. .
. lifflce 88 oulb limb stieet, Alubot Buildiog
; AUCTION AND COMMISSION
fc T , i. 81
, ft e A actio
EAU- ' , - r-- '
Laetionecr and Dealer tn Real Ealala Hnoaa
I Uooos. Clothing and Notions.
- - ' No. T West Bioad street.
A Uareer and Hair lresier. Hot and Vol
..Atatae. sAaeeseestt Feeioffioe Hjildin.. i
"-J- BOOK BINDERS.
p Beok Binder! , Blaok, Boos ManutaetareTS.
. ilHrlld UA e WVllVaTjajAafex
BOOTS & SHOhS. - ;;
-TV'.'-LL.4AIT aV CO , -r.
T f e ; 144 Sooto Hinh street. Jol received, an
lnt Assortment, aea? stales, low prioes. La.
i4noe,t4saseAJI. -,-' -
I lAVUU AtU.IS
,J XJ Is the noted bouse for good Boot and Shoot
'-30)8881 ptiose.- fcew bOuok iuMreceived.- -
... ., .. . -. ,, ,. .878 Soaih Hicb
XV UealersJn Htubqrgb. acd JDb4o CojL r AUot
VaMi MrsHu 1'HraiM toBe Mnrer f ipe. . . '
l'ii an in a ii
H II1CH A 88R, , r j
e Viinmirsloa-, frarlof MdH'rodaoe Her.
hwass, dealers iu braiB luiu, o, 87 W 15ru&4
I ajereet. ' '..,., 1 i
o r. H. A tIM A.iir at tJW
ataotarea aaes lMaien ia KmncH. Oer-
na Aaiariaaa oarsasji -. Aiao, Hvo? ktr4syi
'., - ii ipera uuoee. .
VVhrUMalj ..rl I7.f-.t1 TI.iIm m ft:..
''tlMnn lllul Plmtaii l4i.ruia l,n isaanif t ..... n
rrtoree. 48 Norft butu sueeu.
Va Isnoorter aud "Wboletale and Retail ' lea'ei
ftm OecAery.'SJuina, Ulaai, Caller, ftated Uoodi,
: VoM a LauiBevaae. -'
e Wtiotrth High street.
WAMNbH bMjnlA44.M4 1 . t
cvo. Keet tiroad streets
M.Wee)4as te betkeAav.
-f 4 sjrre, DKNTIST.Tbe be.it s tries
Via et Dentiatry, iu Ceding tnn liDproreo
ftiiMret Hlexe. (Jifie. Maiid If Op-a Block.
V '.8t8hUAl.V Vtt
Dealers in Urn Gjoua. Notions. O imetA. Oi
Clatkes Hsninga. rawdaa. iata..i;aua aaa rurs
Aoruarilieyi4M-Oj.An(i.oreeta ran n n.tn
y.. , t i I,. . i
V. r.ff '8aale at 4J4
tU j : , 148 shatb hligb street '
.arpete at tings. Oil Clutus. curia. u, tta laaa.
fsss fryiaii'., . . :.-r- - - -i w
Ala hiMOMUe end Keiaii DesJers in Staalean i
1raney l)ti Uouds, and auulactarers of Lautee
Cluaas. . lUfi.UltniiAU
, .; ij t Aa oa.gsam louo I'OUc,
'Xt' K. Krnm Co . eaah dealers in Dry Uoods and
etl 88, the .ouUi tourtu sireet. ... ,
- ' "
llltt 81 NsUuH . u. :
'J Wholesale and Ketail U aler in Dry Good.
-i2 . - ooaoa Alts.
Dealers . ID Ataala aad Faaer Drr -.Goods and
uenia- rjiruisniui uooo. no. a nail uou..
AasUVauiaas , ea 4k. Cw.
laaiatA i ritanla and Fauay Dry G oda .
. ., ftu.88oomii aisih street
m a! - U. Say AaJ,t I ' a taa ' "
atXe. orearaud 4iiaieatie ilry 3oodA .Cloths.
r ura. etc. uo a gas a out High etc ou . ...
'sAaakst Drag aiue, South High 8U Pre-
'1 taATa'r UAAljtd Sttllit..
t .la a i
854 liorth Higb street. '
AlA W mL.S ALE A RE i'AtL DRDGGISTS.
- pwata aiB oa., VOJauiOUS. U.
BKlUsa. Ac CO . U ,
taoleeale and he. ait Druggists, and Dealer,
: 3 "Z JiN GRA VMiS.- ;
H " ' 1 " ' I 1 'I '-- ' 'I'''"
a . aanaaMtsk sluilkK. - ..r-x---. -
'hi "Ueetgt ersvABgrarers sod Pnblishers. 58ta-
8uU8nti ouier seats augrayed to oruer.
Naa. MB and le euath Higb street
.yS U J.WLXA UAWGi, OtUa " I
a-ivwrnvaeaaaiitaa aa".a ' -" -
t Msnasaeiarers aad Wkoiesale and Retail Dear-
8 ill sMssjHeMratywTftt WtfJAaTglBlBB, sgtgs.
L 8.BlsMtBr8ra flit lrr las. L .nlt.M UTteaJaa.
.J HQ0R SKIRT8.H
Hi. ktAaetactareraad Wholeeera Dealer In Hoop
.-SAKk-aswl. i.--- i
HOWE 'SEWING" MACHINE.
De ' Dealer IS Muaioil Merrhandiae. Boots. Ria.
tioDer.v md laucy Uoodi geuerstly, bpeoial Age;u
fr the eelebrs tea F-lias Howe GoldAledal iiewing
keehiss. - ; 4. -16 tioaiA Higa sUeet, oot. RiohT
V' HOUSE .FURNISHING, i
B ABMSf KOSI6 Ac C4.,
Cja Dealer, in Mantles. H tores and House Kur
oisbisctiooda.'. Also, X in, Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware. - 17 Kast Town street.
A 8aE"4 4c ITCABT,
t. Hoone Furnishing Go-mIs. Mantle. Grates,
Copper. Tin and Sheet Iron, Stovdn and MantJej.
308 Bouth High street.
AOTOItTATIOH AHi rF,
Dealers In Hardware, n.oier'ornisbinr Goodf,
' arble and Slate Mantles. Grates. Su . Hot Air
Pnmeres. Ae. 80 North High street.
HATS & CAPS.
MB', n. m. Lur. -.
(Succeasortn K. LsufJ Pealer in Bait, Cant,
Furr and fetraw Goods 828 Mouth Bign street.
(Sian Golden HeO
Opposite Depot. ' ' ,
J. H. DAVIIISON. Proprietor.
Ulliri.ll 91ATK8 HOfEki'" i - - '
Corner High and Town streets. - -.
. J. BLOUNT, Proprieton.
ZfcT't'IjFM HOVwK, m
Corner Fourth A Friend ttt. Commodious
haute and extensive stables.
L. A BOWERS. Proprietor.
INSURANCE. - -
OVN1C I I CUT tnCTITAL, LIFE.
tararoe Company. Assets, f IB.' 00 000.
WM. JAillaON, Agent. Coluuibus,0.
EWKIRK Ar fll,TEBEKGfcK,
GEN tRAL AGENTS Security Life Insuranee
Company, - No. f Opera House.
HOMU IMX H1NCK COflPAlK or
Columbus. O. apital and Assets, (486,614.37.
tiffico. Not 8 A TOpers Houae
- MILLINERY GOODS.
C . ws.u.nn".
Wholesale and Retail M llinery Goods.
141 i. Bith street. Opera Bonne Block.
Ho. A . IMlMi
J ,,1111 d . 1 Am ..J TS
,,l uencr in mililliar... riirsw uuwi auu l liiu
mings. No-87 North High street. -
J . wiLKir,
e Dealer ia tillinery, Hreas and Cloak Trim
mintrs ltd Fane Goods. 130 South H k b street. -
MERCHANT . TAILORS.
SCHAlHtHKRM 4: lOHLLRRP,',
Merchant Tailors and Lealexs in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, . --
, .;. - . No-68 North Hifb. street,
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer is Gents Fur
nishing Goods. . Also swtent for the Diamond Shirts,
. . . . . 181 hooch Hish street.
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. High at. Gents'
suite made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways on hand. . . -
JUM J 8W KI1'K.EH4CM40K.
- Merchant lei or and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods. r
, . ; , ... No. 1 NortB High street.
MKRCHANT TAILO 880 South. Hi ah t-
Ch' ice slock of Clothing constanll on hand.
AKDHtWII Ac tSUI.L.. -News
Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers ,
No. 66 Sr.uih High street, nex door to PostotSce.
l.'Wati.SA. U sea.its.AMM. -i -i 1 :
A? News Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind-
er. Publications In both German and Eng ish. I
i j EAPER WAREHOUSES. -
ANDKkWt VISHHV A Co) i .
Manulaoturers and Dealer in Writing, Print
rug and Wiappii.a Papers, 86 A 86 North High St.
Dealers in Priniina. Book. Writing and Fine
Vapors -88,- 8 A 48 Nor. h nigh street.
DALItHl Ac 86 r;Vr., -
81 bomb High street.
, .71 r.LLIOTT. ;
e PHOTuOKAPHbiR. 10T South High street.
Clotures made in every style and site.
J. ARCHER. -
a Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, ets eteH
rto. mM ooutn nigo street.
' 'I PHYSIC IAN. o. .-
. M. AsUtWNM, JTX. O.a -
e No. 8 Ooera House. Treats Diseases of the
ore, bar. Heart, Throat and Lutigl, Also, Diseases
f Waaiuis4 OhUdien. - --
J r. UAUKIS Ac CO.,
. Wholesale and ttetail dealers for Lights A
Cu.'sand liaine-A b o.'s Pia..os. Also, Organs,
siaioaeons ana ewer suunicai inMromente.-
. 36 Jiorlh liigu ttreet.
e Aueut for Cbickeringg and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Mutic.
, i , . . , , i i souta nigo street.
Corner blaie and meh rtrets. - -
-. CUoRLEk AlYi-R. Proprietor.
At s a stn put jrg Afjts i Kef.
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 8 Oeeia
House. - W. P1X MEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.'
a Oralara in Fine Welches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Piaiedware. Spectacles. Ac, No. 11 Aat Town
street. . .
lAI'iSA H4HUIVlOV ,
t . . . . ... . i . , -
vji (iicoessors to wm. iiynni aeaiers iu dia
monds, W atch a. Jewelry, SUvei Ware and Spec
tacles. No. S'Heil Home. -
Ft iLi.E qiiiutll,
a Wholesale ani Retail dealers tn Watches.
Clocks and Jewelr . N. 71 South High street.
AAl,.ea?r ttKUs. CO.,
W holesale Dealers in Dryijoods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gw one Block. Town street.
RS.al. Jl8t,S stC8 ,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwyuae Block, lown St. -
- - OFFICE OP THE ) -
CoiParsre, Chioaco Ihd. Cbmt. K't 'o ,
- COLCMBt S.O.. Deeembet 4th. 1868. )
A : V1KKS !. IS' THKSIOCKHVI.D.
V era af the Co'.nmbns. Chiearo and Indiana
Central Railway Company will be belli at the of
ft a .f the Company, in tbe city of Columbus,
Sia'eot fm, on itioa i . miwrii oaj ot
U A K Y, 1868, between the hourrof 10 A. M., and 8
f. M-. to appr.ye or reject a eoniraot rith toe A t
lantio A Gieat Wesleru Railway Company and the
brie hallway i omoany, ana lor ouer purposes. - -.Byoruerof
tb.Bo.rd. mwi; (
dee30-dtd Secretary. .
Ft Sale or . Rent.
,1 MB BEIBABL.B. rBOPERTt JBE
iorgicg to Mary E. Kent, deceased, situated on
Mound street, near 7th, consisting of a convenient
huoae. wood shed. As., on a spacious lot ninety
f et Iroot, one hundred in depth. Good cistern and
tell, fruit trees and flower garden on the premises.
jVor nriesfa d terms, enquire at W. K. Kent1.
aastion rooms.corner jown ana fourth. jD7 dtf
t J 1 ' " ' .;
. FiTe Cents .Reward.
ALKED AWJ -T CMS" I, A Jt TO
av sunimiliiiii : J . .
V V . rVnOBW - . jl. mw.. , earn w SS
brother of tbe Governor of Tennessee. He is by
proieaston a oceipoa,-oj an per-
sonedesiring per .nent investments can with per
laoi safety entrust him with their money. At last ac
counts be as engaged m the wbiaky bniiness.
IDtlUVff lO."",, .low w. .ubmkw w, .v.via. v-
tims. will be given for any information as to his
t- Uni. nnnn annllnaltnst t this nffijtsi
fUVIOAUUUSig eatrvaa BkjriiMMvai syv aaaaaey vaMvvs
iant-dtf .... . .,. - ;,
.' The Sisters f St. MarjV,
OS? THE sVbIHBMv MECeNTLI OF
Somerset, Perry oouoty. will open their large
SAd staoious building for tbe reception ef pupils on
tbe trst Monday iu September, 1808. For Board and
TnitiuB. 76, .80, S86 and 90, according to tbe d.'
partsoeat of tbe pupil. ' SB, ROaE, Snp'u
AOdrefSixnt i -.. : -- augs-du
DRY GOODS, i: ..
, . . .4.
;:! , , - . : .-.' ! : VI-
OBI All AFTER TP El DAT, THE
13th day of Jaauary. 1869.
FOR 35 DA YS,
GILCHRIST, CH1Y I CO,
Nos, 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
. . WiH sell V
; CIoaaIc 1 n gf ,
. IBx-esAlsjrAast tSUxa-wlm,
Also Great Reduction In the price of
Til Mt Tt ett. .
We are sole A gerts for the sale of the HARRIS
SUAJlLKsiS KID ULOViiS.
XW From thii date ow ttore will be closed
at 6 o'clock P. M. until further notice. ' '
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
Nos. 83. 6, 27 A 18 South High st
ST O R El
FALL AND WINTER
TO BUY AT
..... :- , f
Poronassrs of Dry Goods are eordially Inrited to
caxi ana examine tae
iVE W ! S T O C K.
dress goods'........ ....cheap!
Fancy goods cheap
..-v.; 5, J If ,s . . -1 ;
118 & 128 Sontta High Street ' .
deol-dly COLUHSM.OBIO .
. 500,000 . - .
BOOKS .WAXTED FOB BLDLG.
H BOOKS. RIAO ZIE8. IHEET
MTTmUI Am . 1a 'fhar. rin' wi.h tn
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
theaitv bv eiviiie notice through Doati'fiiea- or at
k ... .
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
in. of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the state. . . -. . .,
Meeaas 34. 30, 38 North High 8 tree t,
(Over Messrs. Nevios A Myera'. Aid Statesman
. steam rrinung umces.
BLANK' BOOKS I
Of every description and a'lalitr. from the hi hest
to tbe loweat, 4 rioted If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pat em, and superior workmanship,
at tbe lowest prices.
Orders from Ctonty Officers, Banks. Merchants.
and all Officers reauirlLC SllffcllOR KI.AN'K
BOOKS, will be executed nromDliv. with our ner
1 our patronage respeotfully solicited.
-. W.- XV. LKFATOR,
, oct3-deod8ai . Proprietor.
SLEBERT & LILLE Y,
Blank Book Masufacturers,
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing trst elast
of .very description, with or without printed Head
ings. lor . .
JOUHTT orFICKRS, MKBl HANTS, at AMTPACTCBJEBS
AKKBU8. BAILHUAD C0MANIS8. AO. -
AT Full sets of Books mode on short notice,
warrauiea w give pence, sacistacnon.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDINC.
aprll.aouly COLUMBUS. 01110.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
lareeat and 6 nnat atonk of Fall' anil VinlM
oooas ever Drongnt to tnis city, consisting 01
. : JbaXAeUssIk and r
'.it. Sometio Cloth er.
- Caggrimerog., Sco
' or wuuemen g wear, wbicb 1 will gall at the low.
sat Cosh nncea. .
Also keep eonstantly on hand a well selecUd
READY: MADE CLOTHING.
, M j, 1 JOHN HUN TltS,.
jntl-dly ,-. . . 880 aoatk High . .
.1 ; v :)- U
'I .1 7t
"p. WHY;" ENDURE;';'"
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptie may almost ray with Bt.
Peter, "1 die daily." Tbeobiect of this article is
not-to remiod bimof Ai bispaogs.buttoshow
him how tobaoish them 81 'forever- The meant
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in . , , . .,; ,t
And it Is for him to say whether b. will continue
to end.no a living death. or to put himself in a po
sition to render life enjoyable, . . , ,. ......
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable etom
a.bie are to be found in every oity and town In the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its ar, use, and eager to brar
testimony to its vir- tW tues ' It differs from
any other Bitters in existenoe, in this special par
ticular it is not alcohol ie. . -
For such constitutions and aystemsas require for
their iuvigorattoa a diffusive stimulant,
GERMAN : TONIC !
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 soiritonus
sgent, purged of all deleterious constituents, Tbe
patient, in choosing botween th-se two great anti
dotes, sho'ild be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility; the Tonic should be
bis selec ion; but in canes where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters ia the specific reaaired.
Thousands find infin- AT, ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. Var There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or ohvsi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or oomDinsd, tney will not enact'
eure. . .
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments winch interfere with emorment: oast gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of lit e and. in short, become a
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
.iu K" f " . w. mi. ,.,u,im, IUII,U1BUM auu evi
OOOFLAXD'S ' GERMAN BITTERS.
Blliousjiess. Indrgestton. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed f torn a want of
proper action in tbe liver, tbe stomach and the
bowels, are eradicated oy a coutb. ot this great . .
WMoh not only eombaii and eonauers diseasestbat
have entrenched tbea.selve8 in tte svstem. but
is tne oest Known steuara . against all unhealthy
infljences. 'Persons whose ocouoatlons and nnr-
suils suojeot them to tbe depreAing e Beets of a
e.ose, uownoieiiomeatmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who ore . ..
if uuuuv ttuj rpT-viMi cviu-r-.eaiiik, OAUQ.tl m s;reVUUIIl
duel n n.t Inn nf hiisrlilv afrnno-rh mmi nrvnni smarn w
UrisH. n...:.A - A
win in ka uii' mm t1 . - J-
tub 1 11,7 a,nu vig-rr, 8b. rcirt)3uiDK ana exii
ratincsM ft pool ia the deaert to the fc-vnd-soorond
ad fuutias travaiers. . ., ...
-nU aauu IU ajuw l4i- A- t V 7 CBl 1VUII LCS I LA g
Is com nose 1 of tbe Dure inlees for. as th.v are me
dicinally termed. Extracts), of Rxit4, Herbs and
barks, making a tweparation hishlr . concentrated
and entirely tree from Alcoholio oumixture of any
HOOPLAND'S : '
Is a combination of all tbe Ingredients of tbe Bit
ters, with tbe purest auality of Santa Crua Rum.
Orange, etc, making one or tbe most pleasant and
Agreeable remeaies ever onerea to tne Dumie
These remedies will effectually eure Liver Cotn-
Slaint, Jaundioe, Dys- I pepia, Chronic or
lervous Debility, law Ch run 10 Diseases ef
tbe Kidneys, and all diseases arie.ng from a disor-
derea Adver or stomacn. -
..... v as Comiti-
- pation. Inward '
' Piles, Fullness of
- Blood- to the Heed,'
. Aeidity of the Stomaoh.
Nau.ea. Heartburn, Diagust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
- Stomach, Sour eructations, Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach
KwiuimiDff of the Head. Hurried and uitfinult
Breathing.' Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
SuB'oeating Sensations when In a Lyii.g Posture,
uimnese 01 v isioa, iois or webs be lore the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, -Aeficieucy
of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain jn the
Side, Back, Cbent. Limbs, eto.
Sudden Flushes of Heat. :
Burning in the Flesh,
ings of Evil, and ' ' ' "'
They or. the Greatest and Best
Ever known, and will enra all diseases reanltine
trotn bad Blood.- Keen nour Blood Dure. Keen
your Liver ia older. f Keep your digestive
organs in a sound. A healthy condition, by
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ev.r
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cureevery case of MARASMUS
Thouaands ef eertineatea have iMnainltlml In
tbe ban sof the proprietors, but soace will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, ore men of not. and of such standing that
tn.y must no oeuevaa. .
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
7 OP aPEMiSYsL.VAIiIA
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes-
.' timony.J ..
HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pepnsyl
vania, wut;s :
PHiLADSLrBiA. March 16, 186.
I find "'Hoofland's German Bitters" if a good ton
ic. U: eful iu diseases at. 8 of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- le efit in cases of debil
ity and wantul nervous aotion in tne sysiem.
Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
' PBILADgLFBIA. April 88, 1866.
1 consider "HooflandV German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine iu o ses of attacks, of Indigestion ot
lspeDdia. Icanee titytbia Irom my experience
of it. Tours, with respect.
. J AM .3 THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN.
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: .
PBILADELrUI A. So t. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's Germai Bitters" is a ver nseful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an appetiser. It i- not an in
toxl atiog drink, and may be used benefioially bj
persons of all Age. . . Re pectfully yours,
JAMEo ROSS SNOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that tbe signature ot C. M. JACKSON
is on to. wrapper of ftaf eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counlerfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at tbe German
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, i'a. ... . ,
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.... or
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doxen.. 6 80
Hoofland's German Tonic, pnt up in at. bottles 1 M
per bottle, or a half doxen for f TTO. .
Do not forget to examine well the artiol. you bay
n order to get the genuine. . , , , -
FOB SALE ALL DBUOOISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere. , .
Jyt8-dwAt Tfoowiy r.
OF HON. A. T. WALLING,
On the Subject of Rebuilding the
Central Lunatic Asylum
Mr. Spkaker : The immediste ques
tion before the Honse is on - the motion
to postpone, for one week, the further con
sideration of the ' substitute offered by
myself to the resolution offered by .the
gentleman from Putnam county. . ; j
: The substitute provides that "tbe trnsy
tees of the Central Ohio LnnaticAsylnm be
and they are hereby authorized and di
rected to proceed under the laws now in
force in regard to the construction of
public buildings, to " advertise for propo
sals and make contracts for the recon
struction ' of said Asylum on its present
site. . Each wing, in its reconstruction,
to be finished suitable for the accommo
dation of patients, without waiting the
reconstruction of other parts of the
As the reasons against the postpone
ment of this subject connect themselves
necessarily with some of the arguments
in favor of its reconstruction on its
present -site, I shall consider both to
gether. Upon the assembling of the Legiala
ture at its adjourned session in Novem
ber, immediately after the ' terrible ca
lamity that destroyed one of the proudest
monuments erected to the humanity and
benevolence of its citizens by our State
that deprived hundreds of poor unfor
tunates of an asylum provided by its
munificence the first and paramount
question was. : "What shall we do in this
emergency ? , How can we soonest and
best provide for these unfortunates thus
suddenly thrown back upon the locali
ties from whence they came by the burn
ing of tha Central Lunatic Asyluml"
To that end and tor that purpose main
ly a committee was appointed to make
investigations, take testimony if need
be, and report to this second adjourned
session of this Gene:al Assembly. ' i
A great mass of testimony has geen
taken, part of it germain to the subjects
npon which the .committee were in
structed to report, and a part of which
has nothing in -the world to do with it.
The matter was brought up and dis
cussed on a previous day of this session,
then postponed And made the special or
der for another day, and again postponed
and made the order for 2 J o'clock this
1 1 think members on this floor are as
well advised by this . time on this ques
tion as tbey.can be two or three day or
or a week hence.
This matter appeals directly to us in
behalf of the necessities of an unfortu
' Hate class. It appeals to our sympathies
and to our benevolence as legislators.
We are able, amd'I.trust willing, at this
time, to come to a vote , on this proposi
tion. I would, perhaps, have taken more
time than I now -intend to on this ques
tion, but other gentlemen have; kindly
, quoted the law now on the statute books
in reference to the construction of public
buildings. They have correctly repre
sented the scope and effect' of that law.
It protects, as far as the Legislature of
tbe State can protect, the State from dis
honest architects, or frauds in the con
struction of our public buildings.
The resolution we are, considering
provides that the Asylum shall be re
built upon its present site. . The gentle
man from .Warren- objects that that is
not sufficiently definite. He claims that
the Trustees might nnder its terms re
build upon any portion of . the - sixty
eight acres owned by the State. That
ia one of the subtleties that.perhaps, may
be characteristic of the "specialties"
that assume all the knowledge upon the
subject under consideration. Certainly,
suit i a construction of language would
never, enter into the head of a right
minded, practical man. To rebuild
upon the present "site," is to rebuild
upon the present foundation, and es
pecially so, when that language is con
sidered in connectiou with the other re
quirements of the resolution. To change
the word "site" to the word "founda
tion" might raise the' objection and no
one would Booner do so than the gentle
man from Warren that in its recon
. struction the exact plan of the old build-
ing would have to be followed. Whereas,
iu accordance with the views . of "spe
cialists" on this floor and in the lobby,
a different arrangement might and would
be desirable. . ,
But the carping at the wording of the
resolution grows out of a different motive
from any fear that any advantage might
be taken of it by those who may be en
trusted with the reconstruction of tbe
Central Lunatic Asylum. It is one of
the tricks by which it is Loped to delay
action on this most important matter
one of the means by which it is propos
ed to make a tennis ball of it, to be tossed
and batted about the State, after t he-
manner of the Agricultural College,
traveling from one point to another seek
ing propositions for a location. . If the
proposition to remove the asylum from
the present site is once carried, various
other portions of the State will compete
for its location, the building be long delay
ed and the intereets of an unfortunate
class, for whom it is our highest duty to
provide, postponed for an indefinite
There are in our jails to-day numbers
of those sufferers whom the gentleman
from Warren very properly calls "God's
unfortunates." They should be provided
for immediately. How? Not by taking
a year to find a new location and then
three years more to build an institution
upon it. But by taking the present site
of the old 'asylum and rebuilding upon
the walls still standing, in connection
with that portion which the fire did not
reach. One wing could be reconstructed
and put in a condition to receive patients
in four to five months, the entire build
ing in one year, and- the claims of hu
manity, as also the interest of the State,
in the highest degree subserved.
Gentlemen who vote in favor of this
proposition to change the site must' re
member that they take the responsibility
of laying an additional burden upon tbe
people in the way of taxes, many of
.whom are now so oppressed that they
are, scarcely able to pay them. They
take the responsibility by voting for that
proposition of expending 8500,000 of
the people s money mat couia ue savea.
They take the responsibility of deferring
for a long time the proper accommoda-
dations for this unfortunate class of our
people, many of whom, as I ' have Baid,
are badly cared for,' and Boine of then
confined in onr jails. They take the re
sponsibility of purchasing a farm" and
erecting npon it a building at: a cost of
5MUU,ouu, wnen a competent architect
says the present building can T)e recon
structed for $2 19,000. - If the estimated
cost in the beginning is $700,000, taking
the history of the Asylums built hereto
foreand it will cost this If built, ac
cording to the plan of these specialists
who claim to have the 'special privilege
of judging in reference to this specialty
a million or a million and ' a half of
dollars before : you get through with
it, while we can repair and rebuild ' the
old asylum in a few months at a cost of
one-tourth of a million. ' ' ' -'
This committee, however," tells ; ns as
one of. their most important reasons. for
the removal, that a farm, location is the
proper location for an institntion;'and
they, as well as gentlemen on this floor
who favor the removal, argue at length
upon its economic advantages the great
saving to the "State from the agricultural
labor of the insane, i. - "
It is argued that if alarsre farm is con
nected with the Asylum and farmed by
the insane patients, they can raise the
corn and potatoes, nogs, horses and cat
tle necessary for the uses of the instita
tion cheaper than tbey can be purchased,
and claimed results of such a course in
other States are adduced in support of
the argument. -..-' :
Sir, 1 am not a specialist on the sub
ject of insanity, but I undertake to say
tnat yon cannot convince any scientific
agriculturist that an insane person can
farm better than a sane person. - It is
not to be supposed tnat any scientific
agriculturist ever thought that agricul
tural improvements, agricultural reports,
and - agricultural works were, being
brought to perfection by this means, and
that it required the work of the insane
in this direction in order to produce the
best results. .- , ; f.
; It may be possible - that economic, as
well as scientific, advantages bare result
ed from such a course in other States,
but in the absence of facts ,,aud figures
to fchow ns how much each particular ar
ticle cost in its production, I must be
permitted to doubt the accuracy of the
conclusion, especially as it comes from
gentlemen who ask this House to. believe
the absurd proposition that, the . inpaue
of the State are better cared for now
than they were before the. Central Asy
lum was destroyed. Our. own experi
ence does not justify the adoption of this
theory. We have . occupied sixty-eight
acres tor tne purposes ot an insane asy
lum, for a period.. of thirty .years, .and
not a single acre has been farmed by the
patients - How then could or would the
same patients farm two hundred and fifty
or five hundred . acres 1 Certainly, it
there are such advantages to be .derived
in this direction, our " specialists " must
admit they have been sadly derelict in
their duty in that they have not sooner
called the attention ot the Legislature to
so important a fact 1. ;j- ;ur:; ?;
To Bell the present - site and purchase
a -farm ..outside; the city limits, would
doubtless accord with the views of land
speculators in the city of Columbus, and
land speculators out of the. oity of Co
lumbus, and to tnat, ratner than to any
desire to benefit the State,, or improve
the condition of the insane, I attribute
the new born zeal of outsiders to induce
the State to embark in the hazardous
and .expensive experiment of insane
farming. . . , ; ,.; .: :. -
. Again, sir, these institutions should he
at your immediate Capital, for reasons
that will be obvious to all. How i il
with those at, a distance? Iti is. duly
telegraphed to them that a. legislative
committee, is about to pay them a visit of
inspection.- - Everything is put in order
for . their reception. , A fine dinner ;is
served, careful - attention is. paid
them- during their stay,' , and not
withstanding ; their earnest- endeav
ors to faithfully perform their duty in
the limited time allotted thein, they
come away but little wiser than when
they went. In this regard an institu
tion located two or three miles from the
Capital would stand in ' no better- posi
tion than one further awayJ : I have an
illustration in point. " I ask how many
members have been this winter to visit
the Idiotic Asylum. I undertake to say
that very few, if any,' have done so. I
don't know but that the committee on
Benevolent Institutions may have vis
ited it, but their report has n.ot yet been
made. Such institutions should be
within the immediate purview of . the
Legislature, and not where set commit
tees go at set times; but situated so that
members of the Legislature may go in
at any time and see how they are con
ducted. That is the way, and the only
possible way to judge of their manage
ment. I say, lor the interest of the
State, for the interest of the insane.and
for every interest I can conceive of, this
Asylum should be here in the' center of
the State, at its Capital where we
can go and see how it is managed, each
one of us, in his individual capacity,
any day we choose. -'
Among other things the committee
were charged with inquiring into, was
the causes of the fire that deetroyed -the
Central Lunatic Asylum. Under that
head a great mass of testimony was ta
ken as to the couduct of tbe Columbus
Fire Department, at the fire, a " matter
foreign to the objects of the resolution
nnder which they were acting, or ' at
least but remotely, connected with it. .
Sir, I am not especially deputed to
the defense of that department on this
Boor, but I must say that it is some
what singular that the words "Colum
bia" Fire Department always occur together.-
Fire Department alona does not
suffice but it is especially inquired and
ascertained that it is the "Columbus"
Fire Department. Whatever the con
duct of that department might have been
at the fire, there is one thing . certain,
they were not there when the Jire commenced,
nor were they charged with tha duty
of superintending and protecting the
property of -the State and the lives"-of
its "unfortunates" in that institution'.'as,
others were, who are paid from the Stated
Treasury for the performance of that
duty. - ; :' ;,: V
Hut whether it was burned down by
an insane person or not, the question be
fore this House is with reference to its
reconstruction. How shall it be recon
structed, and when and, where f I ' say
it ought to . be done now, and I say on
the present site as provided in the reso
lution, ' the propriety of. which can be
sustained by logical arguments ail the
The gentleman from Warren, in the
argument he has presented, gives - it as
bis- opinion that the old Ceutral Lunatic
Asvlum shoud be rebuilt for a Blind
Asylum, and the committee in their' t,,'
porrfrAr i0 it,' 'ahrFtnTfik
fnV,bafefcd-y ld'be real
ized from tb4 aaleof thei present .BEnd
Asylum and a portiorr of ihe Ltiaatto.
Asylum grounds. .at matttw -was not
before the committee.. ,Bu jn recom
mending this they did. .not consider that
the Blind Asylum property migbt,'npon
sale by the. State", revert back' tojhe
original owners.' ' I thought it thy" 'flirty
some days ago to read the" deed for that
groxirid in the hearing' of tht inembeirt of
this House,: and think the- reading of it
was" satisfactory. "There is a cloud ope
-that title, to say. -the letsWj If. .title --was
given, in the a ordinary., transactions,
of life for property for any express jiae
.and purpose $herejnp. expressed, .and tne:
deed should , Jsay, it was pr that use and.
purpose expressed Ouey f jaslcif "any
man wonl4 buy that ground; ' Certainly
no'lawyer would Advise hfni Xoi&no.
But the1 committee think that so trine n
could be saved in febuflding'tlii'luhl
tid asylum' for a bjitid nsylom'.' -WeH if
there would be se much Saved in l-ecori-structing
it for a -elindtasylitn'wty
-.would t there net r be thie great tawing 4a
reconstructing it for ay ;lun.atie. asylum?
The .argument, . if . it; ;prFeV anyfly ng,
proves: too;J rnuch for .tbem, .Agsja, if.
the. entire material.pT the olq .peifcil.
Asylum were, sold, ','aivj.' practical ..thin
knows that to remove the rubbish of an
old building costs 'more than the-valde of -the
materials; -:;'ini .r.o.-.u.-u ff
"This old bnildingwouldtot dVf6V,
private residences." Portions of 'tbtmar-'
terial might be used, but if sold it ronst
be sold in mass -to aooie mat o( large
means. . r ' .-no - r.m u Sv a
" If it should be determined to remove
the location of the Lunatic Asylum, there
are men on the one and the other side's of
the river here who want to sejliheij- farins,
and I suppose We will. have Vnptlierconi
mittee of "specialists- as.. noBoify "jb'ul
specialists seem to have a nght to judge .
iu these matters-to gor'atid Bee'thfs farm
and the other .and 'report in favor of th'A,
that of the other man wBb mayAg'th
most influence on'the'cbthmitte't wheth
the State must pay perlrSfjS frtc,rVs irihcH
as the land ia4 wortn.'.in addtiedto which
musbhe added: the-rnoVmeua' bx-pense of
erecting tapon it araiiding-'ht aVcnst of i
million, tor a million and a half .dolUrrarr
But I-ftjar that if a change, of liloea
tion is agreed to,-jthat itlm ijtia, is:T-e-"
move-it from, this,-pottioa. of theState. -I
Represent a. county whose jnterest, is
have it remain heraj wbj;M ,i!t is t;asj,of
access from all parta of, e, district, aqs
in a healthy location,, where . tf hashaen
suceessfut beyohd' all .."other institutions
of the klud hertqtbre, , pnd exfe'n8i".elv
copied in' other1 Sta'tes." We'have'li
said, in or about the city weirdraine'
beautifully adorn e dwith all the oatb'uild'
irigs hrid appliance nectssa'ry' Tot Yhe
highest degree of success' iri' thtf kmfeRe
ration of the condition 'of that! elas''iSa
strongly demanding our attention- This
institution has been euct-essftrf herefoforei
on its present site it can be' tnad'e'' te
gam. If tte present i BianagdttenC.is
correct, fwbicn -Ii tv .nr )ctu. te .
donbt, ,it can be continued! If aH)t,-ri
can be ehanged.-;;'! ,.?ri ..ai: mo ai 3a
ft 3At all .events,! JMr; :Spealrer1we cam
save to the State at least Jjaljf .Aasnit
lion of frtasure, dojustice .to ourgelues
and to . our constituent's,. ant jcov-dj
what ,is ; sadly needed sooner tjia.w,
can in any other way accommodations
for those . " God's. unfortunates j'.h
i seem to" be the especial charge of jHvj
friend from Warren. 1
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NyAitaAimco to nim ali ocstn rod Tokairt ' Mt
- p:tiV. i.pimfle ana erhes ttkb blood. lnvigoraljf
cnriV'aV tpaat4t ami MarmU, ndv ale tm
er, oitstXet the Bionj-l tr tjig-eiit the heatrtieei foodriakee
1 af tr-Vu-trlw for tti-rtg fwri -8r7-0ri. - Prtce rff tirt.T per
STsteiiV roes8w KAOavt aurswMof" ud 8uetisribciuituil
boi. I'lvtytee. An iuit-ieAUuy treatise tut gnjarseaa'
tVTjrlt ef tvfltton. wiift liU of lrstimonflir reftfi Qctx
atcAtuiT rA.b Agents jrantesj., Addreijf , .ri 15.,.,
VK. T. 16. ABBOTT, Jtt JTy dry. H. f ,
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Pirtnimn'j Tjotixoxt. I rcivela box of Burton's.
1 Aatitiotti ttam Ber. M. Ptraifon, aijtf Snd it a. eferlnal '
cur., & tnATSHiV OitaissMUknyrriscrB CObio ar
Fnoof TH V- S. Taekspar, Sh-etary't OJUr. Please
. sjsnd a eapplr of tbe Attm.rflmm4Terr.Bid htttdttmma
Fs New rlAPiita Ifaksf-m ttir.a-J89Ttls8jieo sf f
Influence here bavins; been
bail nf iKa Btrasta Caar IAh.4.
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the priawjaer of this iuMjti
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Tobacco Atu aceomptimtd utl daimrfor if. 1
A lKOTMAW'FraTraowT. OkkBox or ATlDOT
axed Buy bfOtherXnd nyae-alt b nTirAUX ut
. iRev.jSw. Shoekakkk, KelieyX Sution, Piy
aVips aaimrd Jhiny pounds of JUA t Urtr monV PT
orrinft Or. Hftrtoa'e AoJdote, and aO dtr fttobecct & '
ramored. , , - v w IT
Ma Oft box at Barton's Antsite rnmtrea t
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aUl nefr rAOuifrt. -- T. T. Ttt. disnrt i I
hm wadc.j fMwi svut 1 tavartt niftAsiure in rerotnit
FOK eALB. OT AW.UI- wnwM-niJi li(V.
r Caution! Beware of Uwarioui (Uit-a
tfiTertised by Hambofif. - 1 ' 4
iIICTELS: i i ?s:niiT
" -,- (Recently Merchant's HoteU;' "jAd
Wee SSO stnd 839 oo tis Hl(-h Street,''"'
OOLCMBUS, OMO. A i ' . U
The rriEHiiG-4i-.D,' rot ii'Tt'H
her of yoars proprietor of e National Jtotel
of this city, takes pleasure ia annouicin--' to lb.
public that be baa leased the above named House
: for a term of years, had it thoeotlghlyreaovatadl
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now ready for tbe reception: -of) guests, i both
transient and regular boarders. Ha flatters himself
that bis long experience in the hotel basineas and
bis determination to devote hie an,tire.penenal atr
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
isfaction to all who may favor nisi with their wet
ronage. . H. REYNOLDS. .,
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached M
the Hous; also, extensive Mabliog, el teamed bg
eomp-ient and attenuve hostlers. . .,H. B.
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ST. JAMES HQTEU1
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BttNEY P. ELIAS, Froprietor,
THIS POPULAR HOlJrfE, CEST RlKV 1 0?
eated and convenient t- business, snd a
points of travel, is the nrbst deatnable stopping-
Klaceldr persons visiiing the citr. No pains will
esparedu make tbe stAy .t guesta pWaraat is'
ever oartici.1 myia-dCns
Forwarding ' and1' CommiioB
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HOUbllNtx UOAL,. which he is prepared t sell A, J
. the lowest market price. . . .,. ,,
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