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OTSEIESS DIRECTORY
Architeet, Cieil. . ntinoer, Ac.
Office war tbajiatioual Axohang Bank.
ATI
TOKMSI3 1 LAW
qOfJJo.bafe rieV ;tet, Amhea Build-
' ff ATOElr-Af-LA.W A MAYOR.
,lWAtt "P. toeiiAW X, " .'
,T-lr1' ATTORHEJf 8-AT-LAW. -J
I 'ttaarulBHiahaUeeLAmbolBundina- I
GTONyAjSTp COMMISSION
W 'ATOtionearandTJealer in KealEitate HoaaB'
-fcaMtia iotiSof Ai L.yotiiq. ' P'-' i
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Ke,
st Broad street.'
LaaBBBateii
.lrwmmdmmAm&m:-rta yinr:.- r.,,i n
-tJTt lUrbar and Hair Draeaer. . Hot and Qold
ii9 'BOOKTBDEKS::0
.cliteH't A.LlbLli.. . f
Book 'Binderai Blank Book Bacnfuturen,
iranntai xiuuMneci.
141 (
rfjid w 3-).BG0TS & 'SHOES.'-'
nr T..nru,LlAn ft CO . . .
I'TY 2tA44'Boatn Bneh itrnfcT Jut rieriM. an
tjlaaaajora-ttofv-jaj ow pricee, iv
TUPFHlatCW.S -
Xrtne(iuad -fiodSC TgwA Bbotl and Shoe
aiKnrpnoavau UMva7iisreoerreTi
.al
X7a soutnuiKUitraet.
xb jr '- C0AL!iPEALEES. "; J
VAX Ceaieriinfittsborga'and'OlitoCeai. Alo,
- Coke, Draio-YiiaaadiCiteoe Hewer Kpe-.- - '
Ao.xsi oortn rJiB itreat.
MMISSION "MESRCHANTS.
m'niiJ .I) ii.iiK ' , .
H;
FITCH at SUN
CoiiMnaliOB. For'ajAnltnaf imT' Profane VlaW
baata, dealan in braia Flour, aa 91 W. Broad
street.
i I'ia ,"iti .
- 3rta.i1Al71Elfc'4c.CO. . ... r ,,'r
14JfaaaaMdren n Dealers ! Ireneh. at-
nandi
Also. Hood skirta.
. 101 Uparaiitmaa.
V Wo'KUBbaay;'C.W
.QnaanairartUlaaasllatao.uoodi.LampaBnd Lamp
'ruwraa. -iJ.-J ui i a t46MoriavUii atreet.
Jliua ml . i"
fJTmporter and "Wliolejala ariSTtetaii Dealer
'b OmeaM-jr, Uaiu, Wlaaa. OaUar. fUuad Ucoda,
av4vwtieaiia.i --r V i'u
158 Booth HUtt (treat.
.91. m ) sr. ;' '-. " , . ; ( ..... 1 .:: j
sw ,j- km,. oDENTISTRY. atn
-La
.laTV .SW. I4iDgaTIST--Tb bsist styles
-J of Deatistry. including Dana's-Improred
Mineral Plata. Office. 10 and 11 Opeia Block. ,
dry goods.-.
Clikhaf Mattings. badesT Bats, 'Cap4 and' Furs,
aomer nign ana nana ssraets.
1
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Ott4a4JSJ Jt 4.v .-' I! L i
'I i. . .Ul Sieath Hiafc atraat.
Carpets Battinga.OaCfcUisjUpu-taiUA.itaKlaand
Ffcpgy lry Ooods .'
H.
.. ... '. 'i . 1 r. 'r,; g 'us
a . m. m . a. m J a ,
Fancy DryiioeaX aaA Jtanaiactarera of Ladies'
V'oass. f 1 'ii liat-H, tligb sirae
at? F. St rani A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods s
and
aiasinas, isas peaiia aaansraiaoet, n 1
1 as saupQ vb, ;
rhotesale an Ratkil Dsatar In Tlr, flnnA
aNaaghtoa stsitdiag. Noa.AU and 1W South UigS
-saosssasc.WBaiSjisait. -1- -; -
iPDeal i4 tslavad Faney Dry Gsods and
Gents' 1 uruishing Goods. No. ( Neil Housay . -, .
aIA43Mas.4T, 4.SJLA A: ., ' "
-aiars is Staple and Faney Dry Goeda
j . (i 1 -iiaifoBti High street.
,741 .-ttsaaAiaijKjv sjo., .,1 .4
txkat 'Fovam aad Desnaatie Dry oods. Vlcaba,
- waVao,SoAll4ttaHighat)et. .-
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).taoi
jTv-?s1?rfiltieo south'HiiS SurV
Huipuuns eareiBuy eomiHiBuaea utu aoars.....;i
ru4iAtaa4Apet4eoarj.. ? -ir it
Rff a.Bgrrsj-4r,,,. ,.,-h 0.C,-:M
ill W tkLs,ALli Esi TAIL DRUGGISTS, !
' loo South High ot toumbsavt).
)KA(JNRA'CBa A7 474S., , v r , .
Wbolaa aad RaaDi4i4t.rfDai
Psvgstetaxa Medlaa. ,. ' . ..t,..,,.
, .j-. .-r- ir-,". 44, Sort u High atnat. -
; TIOHiaV-lrlOOHIif,''V' :-" mp
tTV Dasiinersbngrayars and Poblisbers. JTdta
Tialknd pOiar seals Tengrared to order. ' '. V"" ,;
L . t .a.KnxjoilndloBSoathllisA
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1W4.SJS1 KIIB CABINET tJO . ,; . .T
.AUBufaaturars and. !Y hiiasaal ad Batail Daaar
sjtaia s aiaiutra. wnairs. Matunsiis. a la. . -i.-,m
w .H b .. a. JHUoWaUaUicast. topara Houae). .
VhMMt rnumSTiisssia-MBi m -,.,.
?u. 2!5".,,r"'" Fnritre. Whols
-HOOPJ5KIRT8.
.v;Eta,r
.'VManufacturer.ahd tTJolsaalsDeafeVln Hoop
pirts and OosseU. AUo, deal, in B.rH'?.rjSf
QrtAITBlAi ! iTr iert
MeDealer to Masisal Herrnandlsk, Boot A Htai
Siiasrj wad taaoy Goods eenarait-. Spaetei Aaent
for tbeaaiabiaiedblias Howe Gald Alaoal Sewing
. .au. Jill Hal Lam sa.i -auj tilnf' 1 r
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:
BUSmESS DIRECTORY
house furnishing:
ARtlllTMOMtVI Ac CIO . -
Dealer., in Mantles. Stoves .and Eooss Kar-
nishirif Goods. Alto, Tin, Copper and Sheet Irop
are. i -: .osv lown nren
AKENS tc STCABT, . :: ... . , .-..j
House Fnrnishing Goods. Mantles, Grates,
Copper,' Via" and' Sheet Iron; Stores and Mantles.
, - . i. i 08 South High street.
A STOW, A If I.! Ac HI'FF,
.1
A Dea lers in Hardware, bouse IfanrishforGeno!,
Varble and Slat klaaUea, Orates. St. ree. Hot Air
PnrnaceaieOlioriahjfcwct
HATS & CAPS.
M
fSnrieiianrtne.LaBfJ1eBlr!nBate. Cap.
Far and titraw Goods aa South Hih street.
. , , .... 1 . . (SiB Gmldea HaO .
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"HOTELS
KTAXIOHAI HOTFI.f
4n., I I .OwoaitB Depot. "jl V J
4. XI. J 'A T IDOUH. X id 4.11 . t
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NITED STATES HOTEL,, .
Jorner High and Town streets.
E. J BLOUNT, Proprietort
ZI.TTI.EB HOVtB, ! .l:-:;-..:;-' U ..l-;v
Corner Fourth A Friend its. Commodious
house and xtensive stables.
.i. :.,.,: i; '. L. A. BOWERS, Proprietor..
INSURANCE..;,,,
C0NNeOTICfJT- IHFJTCAIj' ufb
, surBnee Company. Assets. tl8,04.000, .
, WM. JAMISON, Agent. ColumbM.O.' .
NEIVKIKK A niLTENBEROEBf. .
GENtBAL AGENX&Security Life Insnrane
Compsny, - No. a Opera House. '
HOIT1E-1N8DBANCE COMPA1V OF
Columbus. O. apital and Assets, 4S614.T.
W.-C.M..BAilEK,8eo'y. .
' l!ice. Not. A T Opera Hrtuse
' MILLINERY GOODS.
C- W. MMWOIUSI, .
.. Wholesale and Retsiil Milllnerr Goods.
. 191 8. High street. Opera House Block.
4 H. A. OOWNIHG,' ",' :
jSl Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mines. No. at North High street.1 '
rH. WILKIE,
Dealer in UillinerT. Dress and Cloak Trim-
jnian jid Fanoy Goods.. 130 South Bun etreet.
..MERCHANT .TAILORS.
SCHAFHATIslGIV Ac AQHLLEBE1,
Merchant TaHoc and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, - "
.'. 'No. 68 North High street. 1
Cv.nimAiiDEB,
a Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts.
- - 181 South High street.
THE OHIO HI S3 R CHANT TAIIjOBINO
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High St. Genu'
suits made to order. Jitadj-made Clothing -ways
on band. . . . ..
JOHN C BICKESIBsCHEK,
Merobant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods. 1 n-i u
, No. 61 North High street.,
' " . ; . ' 1 i . u
JOHN HFJNTEHlvi ;. , '-.. ..;
, MERCHANT TAILOH. MO South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.' J
v.,- NEWS DEALERS ,i
ARBKEWS A HCtL, U ' '
News Dealers,! BookseUm: and Stationers
No. 66 South High street, next doer to Postoflice. ,
tjMSEIi. 4Jt4l-.nl AN IV, i; Vi ' ' '.
. , News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
a ' Publications in both German and Bngiish.- -1
, - .1-. . S3t South High street..
I 'I ;?APER yAREHQUSES
. I RDKKWS, PEBBT A CO, -i"-. .'. '
Jl Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, S3 A 43 N orth High St. '
N'
fcVINS Ac NVEBS. ,. . .
Dealers in" Printing. Book. Writing and Fin
Papas 34. 34 A 40 Nona High street. . . .,
' PHOTOGRAPHERS,
TAA.ASWAN AXTEVENS, '77 iv.'l .
r -- r - 1 1 ;) I '. 1 'i'i
Ja. ELI.IOTT, "
PrfOTOORAPHER,' W South mgh street.
Ficturaanad in aserf stf 1 aabj sis.. r. j B
J. ARCHER.
PHYSrofJLN;! ''''' "' : ;
Tj nptviHt'i, v.
intWBs'B,f,,'.', 1
, S Opera House. Treats Diseates of the
Heart, Throat and Lungs. 'Also, Diseases
jua no.
sr Bar.
of JVoiyeaand .Childreu.
.hi
r: PIANOS. "
1 .
I'll
Jr. HABAtM ak CO'.i". wTjoi f, '.JFiH
. Wholesale and Batail dealers for Lights A
Co. 4 and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs,
tun obs ana ousr iaustoa. inatrumeucs.. .
Narth jttigJiEtreet. r
tie Agent for Cbickering and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs. Mslodeons and Sheet Musi.
p.rt-t'fi nfJ ""I H'l.' St. South tt)gt,SA(ea. !
RESTAURANT.
BANK EXCHAllGt: RESTACBANT,
'Cera1 State and High streets; - " - "' ,.
r. .. . ........Liiiajud. s jaiasti.Tioprieior.
,0! ,', SEWING MACHINES
AFraiA BBWINO NACHINEI,-'1 ' ''
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Ooera
. W. JUMMgli. General Agent.
EWa.TCHES- AND JEWELRY.
C sTa aTT ait AVa A 1VA aL aTTai " ' ' ' .j
, , . l . "iii m piiPsa . ay
GATES Vk MABBINC'ION.
(Successors to Win. Blynat) daahais in"lHis
Mads Vi atohrs. Jewelry, Silru W are audpssr?
taolea. No. MajLiionsa. f r
FA. at A. AJEqrjfcRE4JX,
a Wholesale andTRetail dealers in Watches,
docks and JawelrT. No. H South siigh street.
; . STRICTLY ' WHOLESALE :
B
ANCKOFT BBWS. & CO., ' ':
, Wholesale Dealers m Dry Goods and Notion.
t, - 3 and 4 Gwynna Block. Town street.
REKU, JUNES Ac Co
Mhhufaoturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boats
and Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
NOTICES. Stockholder's Meeting.
OFF1CK OF THIS
CouiaiBVK, Cbkaso A Ind, Jknt. R'r Pa Ji.
" " COLUBBL'8, 0., December MtE 1868. i
AnEKTIMS OKTBE8IOCKHOLD.
1 ers of tb Columbus, Chicago and Indiana
Oeatrat Railway Company will beheld at the of.
fiieef the Cempayr in the oity of Columbusi
Staf Obio, oo F1UUA P. th28TH day of JAN-
UAHt.iaes, Detween tn nours 01 a. m ana g
V. M to annroTa or raiact a contract with th At
lantic A Great Western Railway Company and to
An Kail way Mmnanypuiajtpr atnar paxposes.
By orosfeftbe Board." 53
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u.ii:ja i'ci .
1MB DESIR1BLB FBOPEBTT BE
looging to : Mary TB. Kent, deoeased, sitoatad 04
Mound street, near 7th, consisting ef a eonTenient
"se, W004 shed, A. on a spacious lot ninety
feet front, one hundred in depth. Good cistern and
wall, fruit tree and flower garden on the premises.
- Far priea ao; tsBrma, wucroiro at W. K. Keut'S
4WTrronTooTns.oniar Town and Fourth; -JanTdtf
EsXEa
YVrrno-'oM J..W.BWWJU)W, said to be a
Sonar fat lb Uoyernoc of (Tennassee, He b b?
proteasrso a Deuipior, oy tiwue a. vwaw. ail par.
sons desiring permanent investments can with per
fect saratyatrna4km wiah their naoBay. ate taat e
oounta he was angagad in the whisky business.
Tb abor reward, alssr aba thankt of several io
tims, will be given for any information as to his
whereabouts, upon application to this office.
OF THB lRIMO, BECEDTLV OF
Sometsei. Perrr county, will open their Isrg
and spacious'building for the reception of pupils osr
tbe firstMonday in Sspteoiber.iaoa, For Board and
Tuition, 475, $80, 85 and , according to the de
partmentof thapapiU- ' SB. liOo. Sup't. '
..AAaressltoaXSi. ...i ...auaJ-drf ,
aia-Kt -41.1111 aH-.ta.! I J
DRY GOODS.
PDC AT
r.:. tt-h-t' as .aaisa a, lptuni;
.." .''"I '.it . ..''fit,';.. 7ti , ) "' ;iiVf0! f'i
ATTRACTION!
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.O" .i I f'f--7 .i Ifl f 71lf".
ON "''AND 'AFTER TCEIOAT, THE
-Uthday Of Jaauar. 18W,
J.-.l"- l li ...:,il r- n ':, .- "
Jo r-r-r i : 'vT: '. t i!i i J . - '
" FOR 35 DAYS, : ,
.I'tlrrzi'1 a-.i r r-"lr : "f
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.
Nos. 23, 25, 27 ft 29 S. High Street,
.V. .:!;.(. .. i . :-;i;ri;,
.,r... wflj t
! T i. r.t I'!.-'" 1 'a.lj 7'l ! .'- tf "f ' .
.-i-'.o-'i.i ' .'i i'i -J? i a l ::yn -.1 . - -.':i'-
T3rs9Bsa) Oroods,
.I'SrVi f i'
,.srspsN. Tb 1 Ti atsB, ,, i, :; ,;-,,. ;) f.- r
!-i -n ZBr-apls; ffi at aa33LA-Tla,
' " ,'J-'"-ni" i .'
Fur),, abbo.
Also Great Reduction in the price of
a. lAlTiti -i!lir
- ; ' ' " OrXo-ro aa .
: '.r ' .' - . - ' -1 f -r .- A '
.:-:-.'SOBllorjr,s'i -" '''.'1
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BITkft, sdbo. i
' We are sole Agents for the sal of the BaBBIS
BBA.mL.EiS9 AiU &a.
- tW From (hit datt ovr 'ttore icill be closed
at 6.0 duck F. M. until further notice. '
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..' '
janl-ly vr ' Nos. S3, 36,47 A W South Highst.
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'iri J ;'..!! ,..-'.;'!'. '..-.: rf (;".-.!
S
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ill! J'-v lu'fi.V i-ji fi ; J5.7K 'Jr:I.:f i
DRY GOODS. 1
!! !: - .:ui.-! '! . i j -i it:-.-- -fx--,-: :.t a'-j
-vs.rif. . : . '-;-il 11 , ' -.1 .'.:'--. v 1-11 1
i .;. .!"' '! 1 (; 1 J'.' j ,r'-iiti
EXrKAORDINARY INDUfcElIENTS
f;i'i:.I . n ; ,-.!.( .,,t 1: .! (?.! i'
1 rjp Tj-'jjp,
V,' ;"1
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N AUCHTO N'Q!
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.tatf riTTTTTl '.! J-
Parnpasars of Dry Goods era eordielly iiwitaai.ko
, aaU?and asauun th .
JVE:V-IS.:T1O.CK
.l.i.'nj : ' i! ''i:'i''.,'iJiL. lil
DRESS GOODS'.w.1...........CHIAP1
ii FAIrCT GO0DS.........:i.. CHEAP il:
' BHAWL8.i.v..;.W;....4..1u:;;a.CHEAF!il1
'i DOME8TICS...U.v..l.i..t.li(,i..:HEAP''
' ' KTSSTTHIN G .;. jvv. . .'. . , iiJ. .'.'CHEAP '''".
lajst b'.-:!a '..ir'J-'i'.'l !. -.":' ; .r-.r:i
JAMES NAUGHTON,
-! IIS 12t anth Hlah tree. - 71
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v"ift'ir'.-i"') n'l Bill l i V :jiJya,' 3 A
:.lif'a7 .i-'W -'l ;: f "I'J 3-:i B -f.I.-Of
tin f!.-im4 n-'.vaj -ii.miJ I ; ( e'i.iaH9"lj
i1. 'aJ1'..;.1 -.'".' ".711 '.l' ! wcl .tl yiiiicp
7 ! ..!!:". a. !',vi ; .. aJ:inn.1'- 'r.J
BOQlt.BINDERLES.: .1
'. a .is!. 000,000 ) ni .71 .7
BOOKS, WANTED FOR ' BLVDLVG.
',7 '!.l 1.1 -l- l " li..ll'' . .. . .1.0i
V'.':.'i'.'FB A tsaa.'.waaitil '.ifl"1
nM vt iuu
ANY BOOKS.mAGAmlHE". SHEET
i MUSIC. Ac., Ao, that you- wish to havs
bound in a nice firm binding,- promptly,' at low
prioesT - Books sent for Bad returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through poatemoe, or at
the
lll. -. .11.-1 .;. 'i . ;'i ,' ;;m
BLANK- BOOXVU ANUFACOBY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State..-!-, i . : .-ir,i.. k
Baema'SA, 8B, 88 North Hlarh A treat,
tttveg Messrs. Nevin A Myers', and Statosmaa
kair'aiiW j19 ' tVii
BLANK BOOKS I , ,.. ... , .
bLania: noons if " - " '
BtAJB:' BOOKS! !
Of eVery deseriptipa and quality, from the hit best
to the lowest, printed If desired, rulei and btund
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prae. 3 1 - , - ; ?.
Orders from Cmnty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
and all-OflSoers requirin SOfERlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will beaxaeutod promptly, with oar per
sonal attention. .. , . ., ,.,',
lour patronage respectfully solioited. 1
NJ.- XV; LEFATOR,
1 Proprietor.
ootMeodem '
; SIEBERT &. LILLIY, '
Blttnk Book Masiactiirers,
l '. fRlrrtiERS.:BINDRSANP PUBLISHERS; ,,
Special attention paid 40 manufacturing first class
, BLANK BOOKS :1
of very description, with or without printed Head-
1 ings.'for
0OOMTT OPFKjng, BKBOHANTB. MASTFAOTTHSBS,
-,, .BA-sgasa, BAILHOAD COMrAXl8. ao. ...
- Full sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA" HOUSE BUILDINC,
aprTt-eouly - - COLUMBUS, OHIO.
" " CLOTHING. "w J-
FALL AND' WINTER 'GOODS.
.'-rt ,i-l'. i
HUNTER'S ;
tii-Kiil'lll-- -i t:''.i'; ! a.. II"-. i'i, ' i,3l
Clothing Empbriam,
No. 220 South rllh 9t.,'?
RATE JUST B E C E X V E D TBI
largest and finest stock of Fall and 'Wlntai
Goods aver brought to this city, consisting of
aTVenoh. ,:. .4t ,., ai,,.yr
.., insrliaih Bud -m;-,- .'!
,vi.t - AJomjtio Oloivfattm,
...... .-. 1. 1. 1 jHaotiTie-o 3fc3.t
f.7rte"!fMB'w"'w,u i will sail at the low
at Cati prioaa. , , . ,, .
jSotkrf ' on,?nt,'. . ,Bn , wsh ssJaotsd
READY, MADE CLOTHING.',
JOHN HUNTEB. "
llu.j Ji'iiJ-iJl LaA ,tuii... .
iHigk
NAlillHTON
-. - ff .'liijl' "') i :r, 'ni:
:MEpigAL,,.'f:
7-.l 17
..I
; BIMIXIA SLMltlB
-. ; : HUirrpHfeETB ;
nOMEOPATIIIr ( PPCIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THB MOST AMFLH .
experience, an entire anocess: Simple
Prompt Efficient and RuliAble. .They are th
only Mcdfciaes rartcctjy adapted to popular use,
so simple that mistakes' cannot be made in -using
them ; ao harmless as to be free from dan
ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable.
They have raised the Mgheatconrmenaation from
all, and will always render satisfaction,
Boa. ,, .,. . ., m (li --rrri Cents
. A
M , Diarrlicra of Children or Adults, .as
SyaenterV, Griping, Bllioos CoUc25 .. ,
CHolera-Morbaa, Vomltlng.....M '
.. Casgka Colds, Bronehltts.iv.v....at '
" NearaJgrtat, Toothache, Feceaebev.2.,
" , XleaackeaSickHeadaVe.VertigoaS ,,,
Dyapepala, Billons Stomach.'... ..SB '
. Sappreaaajeal, or Painful Pertoda... SB 1!
u - A AUea too nrcfnw I'eriuabi... 1
W.
ft"
Croup, Coogn, Difficult Breathing. J .,1
Salt lthenm,Ery sipelas,Eruptions25 '
1. . .. . . . . .
am. Rheumatie palns..S
t AU at atxKtanoutuvn viAULtmUHUrteUa
tantuinlng double quanlitiet och,for,.rr...M ;:0
- i ne jouamMQ art am pur ta? w stats oaaa ars . .,
sent at the tame price given bekw. 4 ,'
Feyera: Aguaioaiuianwasaaw
Piles, blinder bleeding.. ..,60
Opthalmy, and sore or weak EyeaSO
Catarrh.acute or ehronlc,Influenza50
11.
18, "
19,
11 y
S3, "
S "
as "afc , iv.v.unw,
Aatbma. o uomsed Bre&tai n 11. . , . ; 00
wnoapiaarKioasjrlijTioleBUieugnea "J
Ear lliaharg;ea),inipairadbearingGO
Scrofulm.enlarged glAnda.sweningeao
sad Beaoty Secretions. ...60
Kem-NirlEnraa.iickjiefle frosa ridinsCO
17. . Kldney-Dlacaae, Gravel.. .. ..60
SB, Nemss DebUltf Kemlnal ':
ebargea w.i.....,4 00.
Bore ITIontll, Canker.. 60
I rlnary Weakness, wetting bed50
Palnfal Ferloda, with epaams. 50
2K
i. 1
ss,
83,
Epilepsy ,Bpaems,SLVitus'Dancel 00
1 xMphtMerla, ulcerated sore throat.CO
BUBenngaatcnaBge 01 me... ... uv
. x-axxzx CJJisa . .
Of 85 to 60 larg-e Tlstla, mareees
. or roHWood cmmg, eontalnlnar
' at apeeltle for every ordinary 1 :
j sUaeaaa a lamlly la eubjeet to, . .
- and bookca of directions.... , '. ,
I , . r , From5l0t tit ...
Smaller Family and Trawellng cases, . ': '
with SO to 28 vial .... ..lrom $5 to $8 '
Specifics for all Private IMseaaeabotu ' .
for Curing and (or Preveutlve
. tieaunent, invials and pocketcaaes,$2tof 5
. . . POND'S, EXTRACT, - -r
Cures Burns,' Bruise, Lameness, -Soreness,
Sore Throat.Spralna. Tooth- '
ache. Earache, Neuralgia, Bheumaar
tlam, .ambasr, Pilea, Holla,-SUnge, .
Sore Kyea, Hleedlnc of the I.unjra, .
' Noae, Stomach, or of Pile Coma, III- ,'
ecra. Old Sorea. !
Price, 6 os., AO eta. I Pints, $1.00
OuarttH $1.76; . -
' Vff These Remedies, except POND'S EX- ,
i TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to 1
any part of the country, by mall or axpreaa, free 'ti
of charge, on receipt of the price. , . , .
.Address Humphreys' Specifio J ' i .
,,- Homeopathic Mtjdioine Company, , n
Oflce and Depot, No. 66S Bboadwat, New York, 1 : 1
j ' 'fr. Hcnmasrs is eonealted daily at nls ofltoe,
igojaMMklly or by letter, as above, fos all forms of
'.3 ,(. FOB SALS BT ALL DRUGGISTS. ' ''
. v :: '! '' l' i'iiri,.i'l'lii
A -fresh' supply of the abo vejOWsys on band and
A. J- SCHUELI.ERsnd'1
,1.1-1 .:, .,.,:,!! HUSTON A GARDNER.
i im.:.':.::n'-i CAUTION'.'i '' !i i'
All. fresh and genuine: Medicines hare on tbe
bottom f tbe bow, or in the eases, tlumphreys'
Specifios, Homeopathio'Medicine Company. Buy
no oiners. 1 ney are not reiiaoie. .
,1... Plat .i.'.,:if li w.iA tiiif... JylS-deedAw-ly
if-
, Dr. liurton's Tobacco Antidote.
f i: XTAMUIrrKls fb BMOTl ALL VCSIItS TOK ayBACCO.'
muly vtffetobte and harmless, and is" also so jaosjIVent
jrsiUv. It purijie and enriches the-blood, Invigoratejribe
tryaieirsv poee6f3B grual noarisaiDA? and KrenglfiinBrTOw
sji-, flnales the ouwaaob to digettt-the bvaatiuM foodjiakea
tlecp retTsChing, and tjatablishe robust bellh. y6moTr
tBrtat ckrwef far sixty ytnrm cured. Price Fiftrenn per'
Ihnz. . Post-ee.- Ail iiaWesliusz treatiBo -en tve lnjatiou.
eiTecti of lOOsoeco, with lists of testimoniaKf rtretaces.
etc 8311- nnf. Apeots : waottid. Addre - -
iiH. A. Ai. AB.VOTT, 4W ViW. ..:
TESTIMONI
niMTiriiTED' TrVrmovT T raeeLyofl s. bo of Bjttocis1
' Antidote from ResjvTM. Poulten, nf Dad-4t a. scxtwaf
-j;Mr..':r & atsbaV CoaiMttonarriaviti Co Obioa.fi
Fsoat vtiav U- & Trsort, &frelari Q0ic Please.
' tend a sutiDlr of the AhtVimtk. T) one retired hat don'
- t - Fbov Nkw QairrsBiRa HTm Pvum.entleBtia. C
lnflaence here beviuff bapn cJtod of the appetite for tobec
1 eebr B9rng;-Dr. BurtOBra syilktote, use 4eere a,nippljfer'
taie prisoners of this institynionX ',.
r . , Joseph MATOVaudt-tW N. H. Bute Prison.
L . Vobacoo hou taoaomplimed aTl ciaimeKfor it.. , ,.i...-.I
. - . . - W. JaNlst iiC JaiakXNw Albaiiy, Ind. ,,;
, X dvn9rJt4Js'Asrtxov-.OixGQ or JuripQrzt
nraaH vnv SrlhrT- aftrl aaWff. yiTHaV niDV ' ''
.,1 Fkoh b oun HAjApraEi LA-:, HassIi
. avimt aatntvi Mhxrtv-AtM txmndt of ll&h in t
Mb-i Dr aCrto i slmtttpote, aod tttf Afje;
removed. Wjl I
' Mr, taor of Bnrtorf AihtMote
1 ft. SBBsSwf Wtar rnsk , 1 taaBIak nltfaaasTUft in
, ..ell ojtxreaulers, . . t. , , ,1?. Y. Slater,
at laaaars, , i i. ,' ''"""i""
r: FOR SaLe bV AtX 'DRUGGISTS, '
AaT-Caution ! Beware' of .Injurious Countsa
aitsadvertised by Humbugs.. !(
nova0siAw3aioa-rHTr. ,,; ,. ' .,
:s
The Oreat Mealeiae nr the iskinl'etorws ' 1
'i sArlthoanl jDaiU, : every- kind, ofl sua- t.
alghtly eruption of the taee, .-:i7
R r. 3i s trhlasr, Ijrrllatlj.,' hv -
i!:i.!i'ifj.i7 sUatr eaa I oatauseoea- n rl
.'.os.ay.art,.,Vj j,...; ,,
'nt.iVl fi 37 X'. P"10-!! bifi.f.7i; Ji
11 Aot nenrty mImmkI tn. qf thfit mtrtifviturempm, ' j
.fioa, arf T am now looking 91111. like a aiam," writes
- (Jharles 8 Noble, Oeneral Agent of Mich. Central 0
B. B., 173 Broadway. ii, T.,, .i . l-ytll.-j,
r ' We And it mn invnjitnble lemsdv for. Tetter, ete9
" writ. Higley Bros., Druggieta, FairSeld, low..
-''! or. IrVd iniw-MaWiMa remedy for' SarWl 'a
' Leominster, Moss.
laea ma iswi aaccea,r:,,o(e VI, w. liomont, or -
l : r- 1.1 'i ,,J
Price, SS.ets.. and 41 .ox. . , ,
Bend for circular.
rraparca oniyoy . , i. ROLON "PALMER.
. r, as West rourth Street, iCineiaaati, OS 'nB
. For sale by Druggist generally., tt'. -t
septtt-deoaAwiy .' " ''"J.' -?;n" -"- .,
,t,.Vf
HOTELS.
3r.l.'!70i;j
1 ! i.ZWt:
fkankliivviiouise;
- h.i tais-w cjXeeenUy kxeliaBtrprtsl !";''"
Nos 30 and 838 South High StreetjV.
- ' ::.ti ' columbcs, oaio. ,. jt :-a
: -' '-: .7'.' ; - J
TBE I7NDEBS1SSNE.D, FOB A NTJlUr
ber of years proprietor of tbe National, HoteV
of this city, takes pleasure in annoaneinr to the
publiotbat b A as leased tb above named House
for a term of years, hid it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furniture. and
is now ready for the reception of s nests, both
transient and regular hoarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience ra the hotel businea and
bis determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable bim to give perfect sat
isfaction t all who-may fvot him with their pat
ronage. - "' ' H. REYNOLDS.
NvBt-A Saloon sad Restaurant is attached to
the House; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
competent and attentive hostlers. - J H. R.
deelA-dlav 1 , 1 ,.... fi ,.(. .v.il.-.,i ji ii
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Four Us. tare(. attsstr fllaln,
t! t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
fliSEY: P. 15LIA8,' - - - ' -, Propi-ietoT
. ' i 'i'i ,- , I
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place tor persons vii'ing the eitv. No pains will
be spared W make tb stay ol guest pleasant in
ever oarticu). 1 t ... myl2-d6m
COMMISSION.,
: '.,'WM. MONYPENY, :,:
ForVwding' . and Commlsiioii
'i '"' MERCHANT, l,'.Z?
, , DSALXS IN ., , ' .
GRAIN OF ALL ' KINDS
;.. rLocit, wbki, &c. .., '
. '- The Highest Priees Paid at all times for
Corn, Wheat Oats. Barley ew..eto. ,
-'ro ro'i : .'--n
Near West End ef Natl Koaat Brldg
-'"' coiUMMUS , caw. i- .!' ;
4bWlS-deAHlv " in--.. .;i .- :
-1 GR0CERS.'
rCOLMi MILES ' & . H'DOiUDS,
;;. Ni tai a w south HiGOtfittTv:;;
.m,g-' 0.0. 3ES ja.s;.f , j
PROPRIETORS- COIsVJTlBTJS fPOW.
.. Or R MAQ4ZINB. and agents for th sal oi
Hasard Powder Compauj's Powder. Agents for
hSalef ' " "
GARDNER,' PH1PP3' A CO.'S ' ' -r :
4JeIehsrmsesl 4liK4a.a' -. sUatrcal. JBasaw,
.T" ' and dealers in
FQEEfGJST,. DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
. . GROCERIES .'. r,
in all their raristiei. Imnortad Wines. Hrandie.
t Cigars, etc. " iuK-eodly
i'J r.ni
rv tnontvu dt
f(Mbaeee M
a. TVVIT, JB... :
rjtal, BAVTmoatm,
staMwi oXl amire foe
rMomiflrjd!ife it tas
t? .1 ."a.
1 " .'" ' ' "'
;.--f- "y -t: ( - 7 ..'i '.-i-v i. -
i -j -i ,i!iii7iiii' ; .i' :.tn ' n't!-':'. 'i i 'i T
I f ! tui- -., '
i :"r -M AN H 0 0 D '
-U1A, VirlKyt.W.-U "H .K'l-r-i li 7,;
j Sl.il viil -J.. !-. d ;-.'" t',,Y.. .'1-. im.faKrl
1 .i '.-I 'i.'i. l."l 7 : '! ;.',- T ?j ; !
IN THE YOUNG AND RISING
i generatiotit, tne .Vegetative .powers 6f
me are strong, out in a iew years pvw
efteri the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye,
and emaciated form, and1- the "impossi
bility "of application to mental ' effort,
show its bAueful influence. It 'soon be
comes evident to the-observer that some
; depreEBirig influence is checking1 the de-
' 1- fj . a., .1 : l.':!'' a-a j . .
yeiopment 01 ine Doay.; tjonsumpuoa
is talked of, and perhaps. f,he yputh is
removed from school and Bent into the
country. This is one of tle' worst, teoroi
merits. ' , "Removed from, ordinary1. .di
versions of the eyer-chapging scenes of
the city, .tbe - powers! of the body too
much enfeebled to give zest to healthful
and rural exercise, thoughts are tarried
inwards upon themselves. -.,r -.' , .
' If. the patient be a female, tbe ap
proach of the menses Is looked for with
anxiety, as the first symptom in' which
Nature is to. show her saving power in
diffusing the circulation and visiting
the cheek with the ' bloom of health.
Alas! increase. of appetite has grown
by what it fed bh ; the energies of 'the
system are prostrated,, and the whole
eoonomy is deranged. " The beautiful
and wonderful period, in which body
and mind undergo, so", fascinating a
change from child to woman, is looked
for in "vain ' the parent's heart bleeds
in anxiety, and fancies the grave but
waiting for its victim., V - j
EXTRACT BUCHU.
For Wefakfaess arising from excesses or
"early . indiscretion, ', attended with tbe
following symptoms : , Indisposition to
Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Mem
ory, Difficulty ;-of Breathing,',- General
'Weakness, Horror of Disease,.' Weak
Nervs,; Trembling, Dreadful , Horror of
Death, JNight Sweats, Cold Jfeet, Wake
fulness, 'Dimness of Vision, Larigour,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite with
Dyspeptic Symptoms, ' Hot - Hands,
Flushing' bf the Body, DryTress 'of the
'Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
:on the Eaee, Pain in the! Back, Ileayi-
'nes8 of th Eyelids,1 Frequently Black
Spots flying ' before 'the JSyes, with
Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight,
t Want 01, . Attention, ljreat Motiuityi
Restlessness, with Horror of Society.
Nothing is more desirable to 'such pa
tients than'. Solitude, and nothing " they
more dread... 101 Jear or . 1 riemselves
no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness,
no Speculation," but1 a ' hurried Transi
tion from brie question to another. ,' ,
These symptomsvif allowed tgoon
which this Medicine' invariably re
moves' soon follow Loss of PoWer, Fa
tuity," and' Epileptic Fits, in 'one
rhicli Ahel.TJAtient may expire. : : -.i. 1
Dnritig i they Superintendence of :Dd
WiTsdril af th'Bloominstdale 'ASylutn,
this Bad result occurred to two patients
reason bad. .for a: time left them.and
.both died 'of epilepsy.' ! "They were
both sexes, and about twenty years
age- .'wui .iiii-r '
j '" Who caribay! that tiese1 B,xce6ses: Are
: riot 'fi-equenfly , followed,': jby .'tfipsa . .direv
; iulr diseases, . Insanity i and 1 (Jonsutnp
: ti6n1'i The-records of tbe Insane Asy
lums, arid the 'melancholy 'deaths';
Consumption, bear" ample witness to the
truth of these 1 assertions, i In Lunatic
Asylums the most ' melancholy exhibi
tion appears. 1 Abe' countenance is ac
tually sodden and quite d'estituti
; neither Mirth or Grief ever.visits.it.
jShoijld a sound of. the' Voice ' occur, it
: rarely articulate, - . ; : ,4.,-
i.iiinii-' ..) iu;i in' " ' j.it
' ;., . 'With woeful measures wan Despair -snLow
sulleuAounds their grief baguiled.
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' Whilst we regret the existence; pf the
above diseases and. symptoms,1 we 'Are
. prepared to offer1 art invaluable gift
! chemistry fpr.tbe removal of 'the conse
jquences:, JIklmbold's IIxghly Cont
, C8NTRATES Ji LUIS -fciXTEACt OF1 ilUCHU
Tliere.is no tonic life it... It is an ar
! cbor of. hopetp the surge'on and patiebt,
' and this is the testimony of .all who bare
1 used or prescribed it. v . i -in-
I - Sold by Druggists and Dealers every.
where.' ' Prepared at1 IL T. HELM
IBOLD'S Drug' and: Chemical,. Ware-
i i house, 594 Broadway, N. Y. ,1.:
j j'.-si ii- a..-f ! ' ;
; ! ;-"- Great Salt Lake Crrr.' Utah.
1 jl Januafy 28, 1868. -"
j, Mb. H. T.. Helmbold Dear Sir:
. Your communication ,' requesting our
terms for advertising was duly received,
but' from -a prejudice I bad '-formed
against advertising ,'' cures . for secret
diseases," it was left unanswered. Dnr
! ingan accidental conversation in a Drug
; Store the other evening, my mind was
changed on the character of your ' Bu
i CHU. It was then highly commended
for other diseases by two physicians
present. Inclosed please' find our rates
of advertising.' Yours, &c,
T. B. H, STENHOUSE, .
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and
Semi-Weekly Telegraph.
.'."'' N. Y. S. Vol. Instttutb, . )
Cor. 6th Ave. & 76t.fi St, Central Park ,
(A Home and School for the Sons of de-
.K , ceased Soldiers.; '.;-
I Dr. H. T. Helmbold : Two bottles
: only of the package of your 'valuable
I Buchu presented to the Institute have
been used by the children, and with per
fect success. In the case of our little
I Lieutenant A. J., his pride is no longer
! mortified, and he is free from the' daily
morning anathemas of the chambermaid
I who has charge of bis bedding. I feel
; that a knowledge of the ' result of our
;use of your Buchu with the; children
j under our charge may save many.a Su
perintendent and Matron of Boarding
j Schools and Asylums a great amount
i annoyance ;. and many a poor child suf
! faring more from weakness than from
J habit, may be spared punishment,- that
j is (not knowing it as a weakness instead
'of a bad habit, most uniustly inflicted
upon thwa. Thanking you on behalf of
the children, and- hoping others may he
alike'1 benefitted," 1 : am 'respectfully
ypurs, , ,r - COI.TaUN,G,'.v
General Sup't and.DirectbrVK:
itjuae 16,-1866. . jya-dwAg-waowiy1
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News and Otherwise.
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MbsGbant has a tiny little foot, a a
Jcdok McKsmrBY.pf Greenville, Is seri
OUSly ill. .ynja;;, itS.V.SCVl ' .
Cbicagq- had a death ron; hydrophobia
lasjt weelt,ui--. 'fiV-Y.mi-'AV, .iU
1 It Is Insisted that "tbe popblatIonrf Sf.
Lpiila is 230,000. "uJ j;.,;V-.'r
Thr Marine Hogpltal, Clevtlana,"ha
twelTe Inmtes.' -' ; '.'. . t;.':yc .;.;;-
PiiKESviu-a, like other placet, Is affllotv
edyitn(thievesT;';! "i';; i,,'8"'
."Planchbttb'1 has' madaiis, young ,ladj
in Hastings,' Hlnii liitatae. .' -.';"
On Christmas day, orariges 'were frozen
on the trees at Augustine Florida.. . .
, Thb Republicans of Cadii will designate
thelrbolce for postmaster fey ballot, j','
Two frame buildings in Elmore, Otttr
county, were destroyed by flrSon toe-loth.
. . . 1 , -1 1 ! I!.. -, '...al
-. Thomas, Slwood has beeu. creating a
great sensation as a skatlst in the Bufialo
. k ,i.r,-. w I no j.'Uii. ... ..-1
. Thb Union Pacifio railroad Is .railed to
within twenty-six: miles,! of 1 Salt Lake
Cltyi''-'"1! " " i-i-t.. Ul f ti v "k1.
Therx Is a great deal of sickness In New
York city -almost aa epidemic of scarlet
fever among children. 1 " ! " .
Osk- mile above Weeping .Watery Cass
county, Jfebraska, aa eignt-incn Vein 01
bard coal has been found: '1 ;' --i . '0(n..;
An industrious widow at Newberg was
swindled out of 9223 by three scoundrels
playing the confldencgam!'' '
Victor Huqq espouses tne cause , or
Crete as tbe cause bf -Greece,"' an thus tier
cessaryy the cause or Europe. r j y- s 'y '
Much trouble is apprehended among the
laboring elasses,"iaf N6vf York city, iuasf
much as business Is very dull. ' "
n A EoKbdN dressnralaer has been fined for
keeping her: glrti at work after ialf-pa'st
four o'clock Saturaay afternoon. ,a) tJ
On Monday evening, the 110th anniverc
saryof the; Sffott'ish Bsrd,: Robert Buttis.
was beflttlhgly celebrated Jn'Sprlhgtteld.; ' '
.Tax sons "and .daughters of Scoti&y with
their descendants, of 'Cleveland, " honored
the. memt)ry. 6f ' Roberti B'ar'oa wjth.a grand
festival. onff Monday night . u it, v .it
'3 A. ' geitlema' f eSen'tly 'adyertfsed'.ih
Philadelphia Jor a crerV,vr)d fey, 1 night he
had fotir hundred andl Eighbeeu applioa.
tions. Business can't be Very brisk In that
! Bay; J.'B.!Br,AirDT.-of Sanduiky town
ship, Crawford - county, , was' relieved of
$175 .by a.perspp who secured Jodxinjcs last
Saturday, under pretease of being deal and
dumb.'. !' ".fio vi.is-. ; i)iiit! -;i .tu t 'in
t!!BtTOtftof!2S5 to the penate caupus
has -.resolved, not to confirm: any more of
President Johnson's appointments, unless
to' fill Vacancies' or those pit pressing bnblic
ImporUnce..;, .jj j.i js .!. .. 1 r-uaik
!' THk GatlipoIIs )i3patch of the 22d says
bhat'J. ther,' .mari was bbbdK.Qu,l!ues4ay
venipg p.last.week,-ijear; BodnayaboBt
six miles from Gallipplis. by the carrier,
Abraii'CPlby."' ' " Au
.1 I . !r f ;i'-TldiO U I'M.: fr'lU
, Hon-A T. Wahinq: :not ; only deserves
the thanks of th people of this locality,
but of the taxpayers1 of the ,fentfre: State,
for his vVi abU speecn' oni.'thp Aubje.c., pf
rebuilding the Central Lanatlo Asylum.
Complaist is'made ,thst ; unavost ijl the
new lAtepuoiicao senator are men 01 me
diocre talents and -standingi and 'some of
them "notoriously corrupt' In; their political
mbrais The jncuriibenta who' hold over
are mostly of this character. The reigs
oi the plunderers wili',thefefore, be 'cbn-
A.a I'l i'M l ' -.::-0-l .'.-:j..i i
-ao fcfflclent and vigilant are the JTew
York police, under tbe Metrppolitan JPo
pee, that the World, is of the. opinion that
the way' this burglars are going on. ip. that,
city, the f poor policemen) ,w ill bave their
overcoats stoleh frorn th'eTf backs and know
nothing of it till , tney selp mentioned lq
the tpomfng papers.;! 1 iqn -.i.:' -:.t : - m
Thb Blade says 'that' the number of va1
cant stores op Summit street, thp prlnclpa
business street of Toledo, is greater than it
has been at any time- sincd I860. - That's
not encouraging for A city that would grow
with Wondrous, rapidity, r the preserit
high taxes and a ten per cent, interest law
do- not empty business houses; in- other
cities before long, we Will concede that our
experience In life, so far, is of no account.
- There is a scre w loose in the Republican
machinery, and the party is nervous and
uneasy, not knowing how soon the whole
concern may run into a general smash tip.
General Grant1 Is understood to bave se
lected, though he has npt yet announced,
his Cabinet,' without consulting any . one.
Hands are thrown up and the exclama
tion uttered: "No iucA" thing was ever
done before j. . . . . .. ..' f'j
1i;Thb Springflpld. (Mass.) Republican
Urges thatythe United States Senate should
Investigate thecUarges that Governor Fen
ton' was elected by corrupt means, before
khe is allowed to tk6 his seat In the Sen
ate. . The New York Times objects to this,
that It ! would be an Infraction of their,
rights as a. State. ...Has not Congress a
committee out nosing into the State elec
tions of New ifprk, with' alyiew bf correct
ing any thing that inay be oilensive in Re
publican 'eyes. . j -,-.; .:.'. . - :
Thb. Wheeling, W.y Register, In coma
inentlng on' the result of tp Municipal
election in that city oa.Moniday,. takes 00?
casion to say : UA word to the Democracy.
Yesterday's election clearly shows that to
command ' success In local" matters,' the
Democratic party or any, other party must
first deserve ItT The time is past-when any
tort of a candidate for o local office can be
eiecte'merelt i because he is the nominee of the
Democratic parly. Not only will bad caudi
dates themselves be defeated, but they will
carry dowii with them good men who inay
be associated with them upon' the 'ticket.
This was the case yesterday . - The Demo
cratic candidate lor Mayora gentleman of
larne interests In the cbmmutilty, and who
has undoubted energy, capacity and popu
larity, was defeated, -not because of hfi
own demerits, .but because of those of the
candidate for the, next' position to, his own
iR.polnt Of authority. , Let the Democrats
remember this, and if they must nominate
candidates lor city offices, let . them bear
........ "I a" ' ...
In .ralau that a single, mistaae may aeieat
not only , the undeserving but may also
nrevent the sueeess of tbe worthy and bet
ter portions of a ticket." The Democracy of
Columbus can with proflf JoUpw thesug-.
oTsstiorLhorelnJJiadc. jj ui visi ?ci i'i;i'i;,!c;
News and Otherwise. The Week's Doings of Congress.
-Senate,
Mrs, XilneolA.Betltioned for
! a pension as the widow of President, Lin
coln, and bases the demand ft the tVi that
, her husband was killed during the war, and
I because of this, she :ls .ntlcted to- pellet.
i She says she has been ordered to-GeTTnaat
to repair her shattered health, and! teetfs
the money, to support, bei; u thp'sle. t4if
widow o a PresuleaA-rtMildrilve.
President Lincoln, on the nlsrht ot Good -
I Friday',' sitf eranca 7P7 idjtfstlaii .as
I i. llAlw rffll(.M'-.tlA - It,A-fA- m. X ' n.t, ll 1 .
"Jr."y Ti".?f n iiwii -awva H,aviuis
enjoying the broad jokes of play, certainly
not erihe "moral drama" "Orde, was shot
by a Jialf crazed . actor, who, preferreV!1 ail
j Immortality oJUifamy W:b, JmmtAtf
j at alL: As tho President iwasirotoli,'Ahs
ilhie of his duty-when' shotv''riei p'3lorf '
eyeri ,jf pther (acts,; ,wetjr nb1Vgi4fiv'tI'rs
vuuy uu woKiauitjUrt '.Mivoill S S.f; a
a ifrsiiixcoLj is poor-rso. poor,, that ahs
cannot aljprd to' llVe Id Ble ata',Gmas
watertBg;plAcej"j vheiQJ
ejected , Pii4eiit bp, ',tpo. "wa fpOTi. jfft bf
mSBtged to ilvS.'toriover fonrvyeaySi ob B -
salary, which A'crtON'pBhti,' seasrrfiT
clent for his wants which 'caused Monkob .
to die bankrtiJjt:I''Na more.'be lived wjbII,
had dances' it the 'White 'douse, and Vhea '
At '"'L ' li.' - 't.1. '"JiJ li.ii'i '.
110 uicu, ucai ly au ms salary wasj Baiaj
and bet wal swxxftli ifaeac TOna VUamdred
j Thousand Dollar. ':SoiBeohoraical4 family-
should be abfo tt-I!vJ otf this' amounC. Buy
hen C6rlrc3s ;srAadeTs''mdneyr oarall-
tnapWings WcmsV;ni peVhPiMr
j Lincoln may get ber $1300 per anmint as)
enauie ner txr live as Dents tne wiie or tae
, ,'' 1 m J.i u.i .a.i.iui ,a.iuiul 10J
' Rreslden,,,, Vj 9li T
i - In . 8-enale, on. the: 20tJi,.Mr. jWuso lrr-
tnuced'a bin 'to reorganise 'the1 teberal
ofiijerk'of the Jriy, .'ItrrettfyStieeuJ
eralat thesamepayijrovUesrthpiiea
tenaat General at, reduced rp ay; aboaiabea
the1 grldb br Brta91Vxpt Wrier trelsl
by chiefs tf-6jar s'talf d
the chief of tbe staff ef jtb'9 GenierApi 'khf
army, and provides that) way brigadtAhaU
Iw'eoinmairded !by!teIoneHL'sreeWl tft
... '.-v ilmai j-. usui . im Ma
.TXl I'O'f Y iM v,1 JVC .oZ H X
-r la Eause, tbe4ax was mostly. jdeyptesBt
railroad grailts And to paying &d?armtSl
: bondslrf gold:w,rt.l n,,.-. b aiVK,w
v In penal on, tbP next jJayIrWlVf
' UAM9 gave notice of a nes Qoatatnflcsssd.
; amend ;iiefit, forcing begro sulTrlgW'Vyrl fl
jine oiates. .!r,a aWiiiyasoo
In pt,.tfhB.,BailJlpal. .committee on
Elections" reported In, favor p ibeiectjlott
' of,gwijsj.iiB, PeaioeraW Irpqj: Mit1Ha'
, eouil District,; btrtthe RidltJafc Id iHA
House' overruled tbepdrit'anavtb'i
seat"t',,heKdi ANrspN'w'hoitKi
defeated: by. AUrgemajoiityi .iusq ait
j In the House, on the 23V"Mf; B0rj,.a
1 made a IPflg -ipeeolf Ah Tavotaf negro
voting In allthe 8tatesV UHaeb'KVo-
posed tos ionter"ltl Vn.women'as'wen'al
hegVoes, sp,paj ah! perj'whlrsk
male and lemale,' shouids exeuia tAriaioot
tivefraapli.lAft, rorT;J kb ' "
--Wr.pfatuiJpilegalB s.TMie
Msesrs.ATABDCitherand soriweae gems
sen ted A3' enatori elect frWar1the Btatfer1
ablest members of that boay. a
On they2Sf h, Kr.EoMf ri Jrom the
committee on Retrcbmet rrt he
j bill repealing the Tenor. oliOJBs jbiie, .
j with an aotsndment ileavbag ths heads of
DepaTtmeavtt, the Cabinet subject :j! ;re
, moval at the-Ill'oPth'Pftei9eitDdar1n(f
j artcess oTfljhe Sehat flndarqt1&ssbtti&.
such recess, without having spec! flaj
M
; House aad oama-near being; Mavvictedrstanl
deposed ot his" xMHce By the'SkiktW o hi
'; In Bousiy MKPiii prpbose w.ttf
because the Legielaturd .tit othalnState
ejected negxce, ol aiming 01 ton members,
from the r eat!Dhjittoabelng Trauile,
Mr.- Parrsi bad-'.t-; withdraw Btr fesoltl'-
:,.in,i njai oj ui wins s-ioi
,Sp eods tlM. weekjptpings.iftfrega)
! PifdppJoHNBftNwasilmneshdj $j$p
Dictionary the United Status Congress and the
General Government Compiled as a Book of
Reference for the American People. By Charles
Reference for the American People. By Charles Lanman Belknap & Goodwin, Hartford, Connecticut.
eotiour!. iic.i H .tauai 14 oa anoT lam
As a book of reference, even if for netbs
hig else wP' cannPt yef boW' a'By"ireraiy
can Jbe;bmplee thoilk )fii'$ica
tionary. ' But indepeodeat ,p.;lbil'iiA
workof deep- ntasstH-got'Ojy.wiAh.'rjAre.
arid 18 Invaluable Yor tb'P 'mass Of ialonifal
tlon It contains, and whlcfi It win'btffoh'u'a
a heavy, Jalf'tbflnd; elsewhere. Almost
everything relating to the Goyhtpeip janjl
the States. are fft:be found pn-iits agiai
and we ohfierluUy.retximmeiid the wnrkta
OJrrlen.ds. ,,,T.r, ;'-'f
ilr.AMb's' laitMAN, tlek;efkoffba
uougp at presenitYBSiTWHiiiiijraFjaifj
; work lor any one
chase It. ' .' ;j ;,
who may wlshi4tiirr
"" t'.'inwt
A Nashvillb special ta fhSClBclnhtti
, Commercial says:, fit.' may fee 'sta 4ta
1 fully hall.of tbe alleged lu ct'aes
never take place, or. are pbrrMtRaBdiioy
j parties In b'o way conheeteif wlllj th.Kk
j BTtiix Klab, iiut who takP adVauitge bftf
; Klan's. mode, of' procedure 'to iarryA9ut
j their own nefarious echemef' Hala doaesa
lostates have bccurrPdW the lastpioBib,
where notorloii' rMlna'li'&avA.ilircf
' lbly rescued from officers of the' lawrvftf
' abducted from JauV and,- instead" Ot being
1Kb KIux doings, tntf'rinilnals" liaye'bfen
rescued by their.ow'n friendaV isacaq.
taiaed that the Kb Klpx ;la GUeavj ooumty
' haye disbanded. fA bill, authorizihg'ltns
sale of those raiirfids tn'.TehbesseW vrbtc
' have tailed, to pay , the , Interest dug" tha
State, passed the.' second' readixigpieri'tba
! House, toJdBy."--''' ;J'7 'un""
I SraATor HARtisN, of Ibwaj Is g'e'ntle
irhan 'whose reputation for bonesfy isf too
! welt established to be destroyed' bffluetl
; attacks as those 'on ,; which; the- GStrtt;
prides itself. '- We are fiotof-those'whB fye
ilieve that bar Senatore are'dishotfrjt?8Bd
.corrupt as - ;a general rrue.-CTOOTfwn
Chronicle.
J...4 S'M I-. OJ
t , 41
isr.ir do we believe Radical SenatortY'a?e
dishonest and Vorriipt as' i eneral rule,"
because All genWa 'tjjiei IiVBexcetaW
We fart to djaYi;"thB;eiwaptio"n4o" gVi P0 ,
. ' iTniJ-'UO;i 44 .'Lisas, ri lu n .oo i 11U Pf
Thb Courier tells the people, itfitf
ville that "thaLegiaJbstrreT-sun is shining,
aad It , Zinesville desires taumke any in
itentlarv hav ribw Is tha. lime." 'Tws del
egatjo'BS are now at tbeelf Bouse" (WJ
llng bard Whay? tbfi'Pscitentiary JopatU
iu one ot two sections 01 tha. Jstateu r. it
'ZanesVille want to do Anything Shtf' trill
jbaye o hprrjiip.,., . x .an&ii.iia;
I . JENBT , WABD ,BkC4BB.JW30lTna,
jday wbea Young itea'a; Qbristran tAsWisv.
tions wlii s' be pivUeoiwUhiv4i44apma,
ichess and M.Hards, so'that thi membef
Imlght'.play'wH
Christian arid elBvavlnjfJnfluericea.'fJIoH?
;do Christians like tbe suggestion-To s- iinj
I tli si. I 4 1 iu 1 : M Hi li 1 J
SarraRAtstranire wildanlmAlS, frlzhtfaW
Jy fierce looking, with large fleryjsyes;'
(said to haye made thelrppcariVe wtjtlvw
(about four miles ol Maiysville. The -pep
pie thereabouts are Bxeited 111 coBsequence
l-iU 1 1.1 Y.a!Jla..ii.i.u2ji.,lJ UO ' utile)

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