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COLUMBUS, Q)ai6; FRIDAY MORNING
rJANUARY ,29;, 1869. .
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toq i.i i lu iii'.
-q.0iaai 3..a a -ARCHITECT.
X. BBOOKESi
.Ja Architeot, Civil Engineer, Ac
Ofiea otw iha National Exohanga Bank.!
C'vATTORNEYS;
tBfj i "- ATTORKB X 8 1 LAW ' 1 ! !
8ii'fSaa,oj-atjoailli isn.alat.at, Aaibos Boild-
a-iajwa! ATTORAK V-A T-LAW A MATOR. "
. T-iDU'AHD TDeLANl. ..e . .. .
"JrPfiiiiBvir:iT.i im a nnUnPnMr.-1 1
. D . . . t .... - office in Paraon'i Baildinav.!
-T.1 T71TT0KKKiiS.AT LAW. ,,('
trT7o1-oaih High itreet, Auiboa BaJialnf '
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J3XiTI0N t AND COMMISSION.
J6.BEAL, .'. I
a Anotkineer and Dealer' in Real EiUta Eoaao-
- BolIposcU. Clothiof and Notinna, . 1 1
y f f fqr rx r-W.r ?Ve1ajitttAet. .
erilBxaLI a
rirrener. Hot and Cold
rfJBatha. Baaaniaat FoAtoffioaaildins. j.
u ,s ciisi rrt vTr' i ttttvt7tvci
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r7."rerTuiTi
itaW&.i AJUAXUXU3.
lAO : Uaah) -Bindera. - itiaok ikKixrlLua&otareiB,
eve
U1IXU1M 4V 4J4.. :. .'- V., , . -
- Aaar Mim ' ' -
MiHiaa. alaaaa Ball , .i'h, ' ' Vl-V-l- i '
IaAbaaotad hnniiti for aaod TioiWBii.SajQaa
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. -Deafer f WtMbarrb -and OBro Oaali "AW
"'M. IadnTaadKttjneBairerPipe. ;' , :
'"ir. worth Hisn atreei. .
aCOMMISSlONMERC HANTS-1
a-a- vixra a. Kakiw : i'i' v.:i i.-. . J ,1
i?XI. A tflnmisAion, Forwardlqc and Trodonallat-i
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.JrY ,. Wholeaala .jud, EataU ..Daalat iri Oiina,
2 VaotTcrwu. UlAAA.AW..Iiood, Law at and Lamp-
iRitiaar"- - '!VM SorUi Hisa atreaU .
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a . Imaortar .ami.WaalwialiaaaA Rated W1
laalar
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llihft Hilinh
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' No. ia Eaat HraaA dfaiatl
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. i .'WmVTD EStiSr.-The' best Itylei
."Jaaf latitrj', inolmlina lBBn'a I m pro rod
-jariaefa Ha.-4JtSMan4A)t Blaekt. ,
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BEHLV .-. . !
tO-ialra hr Dry Ooada. Koflon. Cirnet. Oil
1 4J4oA,. Ma4aHgV bBada..tiata, Cap. aaai. Attn,
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-Ofl. -.. 148 SffdtKHienitreet:
-' Carpetf Mattinga, Oil C1otha.i;urtaiiu, iStavle and
cX.Afc.1BfU at. rK, !i:M-i tJ- i.t;. :
m aiiimu aaa mami ro snpiaaawi
,Iri UoodaV and AUapiacturera of Ladiaaf
, .' 1" ; . J,m S. Higb airaet. j
TrDUatXH ir.DUV tilWUIIirOttK,, :
X , f . Kram A Co., oaab daaleraiavJDry QooiUaad
ojnJ.18tSothtonrtliatre. : ' ;
.tTAiriKJI 1I1IICU UN ,. ,., i.i..
XU ..Waaleaaie and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods.
'ftatnrhtoQ Baildinc,' Noa, 118 and IS ISoath Hi go
Palrt In HtspU and Fanef Dnr G&ds and
7 K 1 '
Y it,t I , lx tt A k 4 tU.t ,
DeataMi iaHtapie and Fanoy Dry Googtf 1 '1
no- w Beam rtma niaat.
. a . G.AaiAAA,ll Ac CO..
- A Toreifn and Domestio Dry Gooda,
. art, ate, 4ia A Sot South Hica attest. f
Cloths.
J Pao4e?lrlr,a8a8oBAHTfb8t. Fra-j
' faaatptAoaa aaral aUr aomneevidad Mall coax A. -
TAKAHil Altfje BXtMAE. n
-JkJ j u jj JOHN HfttlitJC&TBV'-v! ?.'tT
- Itractlat and AptMbasary -
164 North HQIh
JliillUiALS A REf AU DRUGOI9TB.'
imn-m'. .y.,,uMliiam Bib tfci Catamboe, O.
rss3iavRCCBa; Cy, i''T ai n. '.:
SAhoUtsiaand Rstsil lruggists,' and Dealers
AnrYanrieua-y Medicines. T7T",,
virnir.IT tti turn ... J . -ry M North High atrsst.''
-a.
-ENGRAVERS.'-
SICHEAA JaM4sBr iojr , -PTsi..pIesigosH,
Eagraysrs evsa Fnoliaiiars, Rhv
Jtiai aad etbsx asaia augrayad to order. ...'
i-T,, ,..Jioa, AOTaad 100 ootHh High strsst-.
6.' 1 ?
" FURNITURE,
--K.a
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LCnBTJS CABINET CO.. V1 .
Mannfacturats-and W bolsaals aad Rstail DsaJ-
rs ia. A uaiture. C bainAl aitraAsaa, ate .
. ' NotXtt kioothBigh bT.WPrsBOTi
as. ' . ... .-r-t
psratTsassiXj r
nHla AAXatJaATCat at CO., 1
Vf Jaansas.nrsrse4 Arstslass Farsdtaaas WhoaV
tsJo.r s)diPiaU ,aisanoAaa. A .aasV A Owyans
wtasT:isa.soi- - -num m Hi..rn.:.To..,
4tU. Wannfaorarnf and Whrtesals Dealer Wfloon
fekirri and Oorsets.'AUo; dealer in,Barlin lonhst
W FanayCooda, 103 South Highstif Jt.7lv7
f.. Huw.E;tsiiiWiAVGAMAimjjra
VI. Mac a(IAa' ,'vmq Mf'MM .;.,i,
k . , u ii .Wm.1.mI;m at c
'. uaauai is aniu. wwv.mw
ossry sad Faaey Good tsosrsiiy.- npeeiai Agent
rtae asteatstM Ellas nows mm nsaa, dewing
- kiv -w . i. m mm --m " .
.fancy
Cloalii
BIJSllTiESS DIEECTQSY
"HOUSE ; FURNISHING.
YJ.UB'JAHMirTMONO'i70.V"M''-"' "'
I2 Deaian, ia Mantlet. Ktovas and Honra Kar-
mantnc woooa. Also, xib. Vopper and sheet Iran:
Ware. . 17.titTw street, j
KEHOARTDART, : :
- Hones - rnraiahinf Qooda,' Hanflea. Gratee,!
CoppsrXin and Sheet Iron. Stoves and Mantles.
tog Bonth High street.
A8TOW, TATLOU tt Btrr,' ".''' ' T
Dealers in Hardware, B.iuae FnrnishingGoods,..
M arbla and Slata Mantles, Gratee, Sw vaa. Hot Air
Furnaces. Asv SO North Hiah street. I
' HATS & CAPS.' A
MRS. BI. Id. LAGFi
(Successor to . Lanf J Dealer in Bail, Caps,
Fan and Straw Goods 3 South Hih street. '
...-. Surn Ooldea HaU '
, . HOTELS. , , ,r
AX1SMIAA. HOTEL, ..
--t tJDDoaita lleonc.
f
. . J. H, DAVIDSON. Proprietoa.
u
MlXsSIS STATE8 HOTEL, -
:! CsrAer Hicfa and Town streata. ir 'i
, JS.J. ULOliNY, Froprieton
ZfeTTIiER HOOE, " ' ' i ' '
Cornet r'oarth A Friend sts. Cotnmodiens
bnaseaaoVaztenuTsataele:. , l
; L. A. BOWIES. .Proprietor, j
INSURANCE.
GONNEOTICVT HCTGAL LIFE !
.saranca Company. Assets, $18,000,000. .
" . WM. JAMISON, AxenUCoinmbaa. O. - i
NEWK1RK AHIILTENBERGCRiK I
GENERAL AGENTS Security Life insaraaes
Coajpany,,, ... .,j .,ri Jio. 6 Opera Honae. :
HOnC MSCBANCE COHIPAIvr OF;
Columbus. O. apital and Assets. 486.ol4.i7.i
W. C. M. BAKEK, Seo'y. ,i ,
. .'. . - Office. Nos.O AT Opers Bouse.
MILLINERY-GOODS.
G
J ..Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods. ;
...j.v M1 8 High street. Opera House Block. J
MKS. A. BOWMOe. .
Dealer in Millinerr. Straw Goods and Trlrn-;
mints-. No 47 North High street. f
a Dealer in Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trim-)
mines- nd Fancy Goods. , 130 South Hittb street. 1
: MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAHACT?e A wOHLLEBElT, I
1 rMsrcbant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fnr-,
nishing Goods,. . ... -, -1 !
To. 88 North 'High Street,
C WJI IS WANDER. f . i
a Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fotm
nishing Goods.
Also agent for the Diamond Hhirts,
. 121 South HUh slreat. j
THE OHIO MRRfcHANT TAILORING
A - A CLOTHING- CO.. ItW tt. High sh. Genu'
suits -made to order. . Kead.faada Vloihing .at.
waysonhand. , , .' " t
... . .
J4Mf4 J. KICKJBKHAOHER, f '
Merobaat Tailor-am) Paaler in Clothing andf
Gents' Famishing Goods., -
' . .. -So. 61 North High street i
JOHN SfFJNTERv imt .,' I
. MERCHANT TAILOR. 150 Sooth Hish. tJ
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. ...
news Dealers,
4
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A HBKEW8 A HOLLi
TL" News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers;
no. ss-Benta mm street, next door to rostouice.
-i
F
KEU. KHLinAllII. ; -.1. ,
News Dealer, Bookseller, stationer a ad Bind-
sr.' "Publications In both German and Ensilsh
..i'. !- .. 33i rtou tn ninn Biraes.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
AN BREWS,1 PEHHY tc CO.,
v Mannfactorsrs and Dealers in Writing, Friht
ing and W rapping Papers. MA 86 Marsh High at.
N?
tVINS Ac JIYER8. , ; ' ' ; . .
'Dealers in Printrnr. BohV. Wrltin and Fins-
Papers M. MA at fterih High sBsst.-.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BAAiOWlN at XSiVaSNSV 1 lo
n: jii i PHOTOGRAPHERS, i ! . ..
. i .. m , 81 South High street.
J'-Jrl. 'ELLIOTT.' '- - ''"'
a- PHOTOGRAPH!. R. 107 Sooth High street.
Pietares made in svery style and siss.'t c. -i
T-
D
a AnLtiCiii . .. , . -i ,-.
Photographs, Amhrotypea.' Gens, sto., etc.,
. ; i-.,. .1; No. S8t South High street.
. Vili jtlat U
physician;,'":;
.11 H
s. o. t Opera ttouse.. Xnats Vises ea of we
iysj, fcar. Msart, Thraat and AUaAgl.-Alaa, Dinsasas
of Woman and Children.
ui ts sr.f
PIANOS.
arA..i
J T. HlBBHACO .el'tr l- Ai '
Wholesale and Retail dealers,, for Lights, A
Co. a and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs.
Melodsone and other musical inptruments. - I
,r.V'' Morth.Highatrsst. !
f J. WOODS, i
J a At eat for Cbickerinsjs and Emmeranpt Pi. ,
anoavJAiso, Organs. Malodaons and Sheet, Mssjc. 1
V i .J . ' ,L South, High atrseW I
'RESTAURANT.
A sb.
BANK' EXCHAHGK RESTAURANT,
'Corner State and Hieh streets.
CHARLEY M Y E R, ProprietorT
SEWING- MACHINES.
; A.B'fA SBWIN4 JHACHIIiES
V. . The best in the world. Nos. 1 and S Orsra
House. .' W. PIMMEL, General Aasaa.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY."
R ' D. DCSfcARAOO.,
a Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Plated wars. Spectacles, Ao., No 11 East Town
street.' .cir'T "''"'' T-."r
.AOA.TSj.Si4c MAM RtNO'lON, . .. f
JT (Soooeaaors to Wm. BIynn) dealers In Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry; Silver War aad Spec
tacles. No. 1 Neil House.
kT7.rJ-. acL'LEOr0EllX
tX1 . Wbolasala and Retail dealers In Watches.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
UANCuur r buo. acv.; ...
AJ Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions,
wifc.? on itaDdAGw.nnafiioek. Town street.
R
Efep4NEav As CO - . ...
Manulaotnxars and w bolesaie Dealers in-J ooss
and Shoes.
No. 8 Gwynne Block. Xoara St.
NOTICES.
- OfflOBTJF THE
CoLmtBue. Cbjcaso A Ind. Cint. RIt Co. J
' CoiXlMBCS, 0 Daeember 4th. 1868.
JBEET(N4 Or THBSIOCK.HOLl-lX-f
era of the Columbus, Chicago and Indiana
Central Hallway company wui ea held at the of-
ficaf Aha-Campanv, in-the city. of Columbus,
Stats of Ohio, on FRIDAY. theUOTH dsy of JAN
UARY, Js6, between the hours sf 10. A, M..and 3
PVH.rto approve or reject a ooniract with the At
lantic A Great Western Railway Company and the
Arte Hallway company, ana lor outer purposes.
By orasr of tbs Bosstb ..
t- GORDON HOODIE. ,
3o0-dtdi VTI3 U .sVVBesatAtjC .
For Sale or Rentr'
a
HIIAI BWw5- Ci!A-- XCC-J
XltBttttlBABLE PROFF.KTV SAK-
osgtag to Maar E. Kant, deceased, si tested cat
Masad street, near 7th, consisting of a eocvenient
house, wood shed. As.. k iii m ni..
feet front, one hundred in depth. Good cistern sod
weu. trait trees ana now ex garden on the premises.
JfflfenriiierAad- Aeraia. nnnl w tj v .
asaiien iuwmwumM a uwu ana 1 ourtA. jana dig
. J
l i.
FlTCpeAits , Reward.
YTT A FtFD' AWAY TOO UW1 TO
brdtner or xna uovernor oi lennessee, lie by
profoAsioe sailpu-, by Jrads ssasv iAIl par
sons deeiring permanent invastmenU oan with per
fect safe tj entrust him with their money. At last as-
. .... a ... .i-.i. V :
ntrascnimwitntneirmoney. Al last as
wasngagsd tor ta wbiakv kuiioaas.
i reward, ala4hsbaaktsef ssverel vloi
as gtvea for'aa tafurmatiun as 4A his
ats. asoa apBlisatloa teWs esaoe. .
aoBia waa-oi
1 ha above
Mats, win
siaia. wia aw anvaa lov mwt wwnmi
snsrsabeats, apoa applanation t-bis
- Aat-dtf i w -li
I o.'il i
C.r the" smkMds;'RECEitTLir .'n
' Somerset. Parry eoanty will spen their lsrss
and spacious building for ths race ption of pupils on
the first Monday ib September, lSbs. For Board and
Tuition, tia, 80, 86 aad A0,aooording to ths da.
partmentof thepopi),, ,JjJi,.BS)bj:.Sop't. ,
.Address Box 0ao. , at-dtf ,
Bir.tit.wl-j'ih-XA at
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DRY GOODS. V
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GREAT
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ATTRACTION i
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Oft AND AFTER TCEIDAY, THE
Uthday of January. 186. .
FOR 35 DAYS,
CILCIimST, GRAY &C0.,
Nos. 23, 25,27 & 29 S. High Street,
t '; ' ii'tr. : --v
N .. ....;''; Il.i'.j.')'5 1 'I ' ..(':
. . i- r.;:l 1- Will sell, ,. :
".O b -.! I .;; .' . i!-,;i. ,''
;t; . : I Y. ALL 1 XvuitUt.l
r, rf ' uif I -
;' 4oyartssa, ;;Vi; ;
' 7t7X SoodtJi -' j
' ;..t v-'-iM ' i3Exy8sV- '"."Tt-
, '. Also Great Redaction isi the prios of - i 1
1 " '. , ' i ; ; 1 i ; ') : I" :i -i ; a', i
33lAXxls.ta,j ; ., , ,
' ;"' TJnderwear,
' -.(-s3asyaysjs , "-;.'' i'i"!i1'
Boslery. ' J."
i -;. S1 lis; Sat, ttio. ;
We are sole Agents for the sals of the HARRIS
SEAMLESS Kll GLOVES. '
-! . - .-I ;'r. i.-.-J
: '.'W From thU date out ttare will be kloted
at 6 o'clock P. M. until further notice J '--
GILCHRIST GrtAT A CO.. t
laDWy Nos. S3. ii6. 37 A a South High st .
.2i'wi;i t ti . n n !it. r!
r, ii iiie'.V t , - i, !-.! r.i j T- I i
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NAUliHTON'S
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w!'l'-1 ni l li 'HI .'1-1,1 f i I. -.t i ? I..
FALL Ain NTER
dry goods:
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.J.i:'i'Mj : Ti'l 'i,,:;: I .. ';;-..!
EXrRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
irKT-.fXO.vBTjY at ;
rjAUGHTonrsi
.Kititanid - mn'f
Pamnasars of Dry Qooda are oordTany WriUd to
. i im ,M',i:. sail and sxamine th -.., ri,
i.aA -..tj :j .! :! 'f,S''.rt !
IY E, W J.1 0 C.K.',
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rf DltET58 GOODS' CHEAP I J
'.'FANCT GOODS'... ..2.vi..'.V." CHEAP .
8BAWL8.L. ,....'..y....'..CBE API'
DO HESTIC'S , .CHE AP ; ! 1
SVERYTHING ..':v;ii...i;:...i...CHEAP '.
.Itm-ltti'.n y,';'-'I' t:r.3-; ?
Tf:C .1 fl'.i'i ' J.ifnnt'. - !T
jlaMII3 1 NATTGHTON.
-il.jUii.-j ri -' : .!'',, :.i ii ..'. ! i. ,
118 Ac 128 Hlsrfc Streets ' '
deoU-dly " f '"' C0l.CllBte.0BJ0
i: ..' .s.r-.. . -.
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. ytT!f 'j mi I i y.l. . . (.h:'j!iv
. ; v..,f ,-, m , l i .. ;. , , .K
x " ' BOOK BINDERIES.'
, .1. 500,000 ' ' ei-.!,'
BOOKS NTOR-BMG.
ANT -BOOKS, ITIACltZinES, SHEET
MDSIC. Ac, Ac, .that yon wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prioeet ' Books seat for and returned to any part of
theoity'by giving notioe through nostbi&oa, or at
ths '.''-- ',.''' 11
Franliliii '' .Steam Book bindery
.1-
.AKT- i' ' '-Hi'-i 1 J'-' "ll'i.v
bui;;bo9K..mantjfa3Toey
Onsof the lArgsstand bast appointed: Biadtrlst in
tbe States .
Kwsnia 34, 8B 38 Norm HI a; la Mr est,
(Over Messrs. Nevina A Myers', and Statesman
Steam Printing Offices.)
BLANK BOO&S1.. ! i.k.aii;) &'.:'.
BL.ANJK BOOKStl' i i-
BL ANK BOOKS !
Of every description and quality , from ths hlrnest
to the lowest, 'printed If desired, ruled asd bound
.to anyvaquired paUexo.ajnd' superior workmanship.
at ins loweat prices. r. . . .
- Orders from Conny QfHrs, Banks. Merchsntj.
and all Officers r00iriii SOPKhlOR MI.ANK
BOOKS, will b&exscaleA promptly, with our per-
aonai attention. n. .j . ...(;.-..
Y our patronage respectfully solicited. "
" ' " T, W;- LEFATOR,
oct3tferdem ' "" " Proprietor.
SIEBERT tSc LILLE Y.i
ttank Book " lvraD
:"THINItH5, DlNutnS AND PUBLISHERS. .
1.1 i:i . . ,-
Special attention odd tomanufactaring first olass
r.njl BL.AISHBOOKl9
of every description',' wl th ot- without printed Head-
.. . wi. t inss.for1 ; . :
CSXraTT OFPtOBBS, VBRCHAIITS. BJAHTJVACTrjRBRa,
SAMAUk -KAiiiuAiJ yuarAflUCB. AU,
Fair sets of Books made on short notice.
w atvv pwim eacuiaonon..
OPERA - HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll-soujy- VULVMBUS. OHIO.
.. , A ". CLOTHING. . r .,.
FALL,AND :WINTER GOODS.
iiiiui.tl' ;"'! fiC.-t - ' n.-t !, : .
1 i . HUNTER'S ' -
Clothing Emporinm,
No. 220 South High St.,
f'HS i'.l ) .JI . SNrtW'wrWBSWTSlisaBBWAa
I'.
..ii i. 0'
I HATE JTtJST R E C E V E f TBE
largsa sod fiaast stock sf FaH and Winter
wooas aver nronatM tusaitt'taaaistng ox
V ; " Coisjrti4 srndtixtj;.',',T
-in , , v Tc3tti almreA. bcT.
For GsnUemsa'swsar. wbioh Iwifl tell at the W
asttash nrieaa. , -. 1
giirtofk,v:00Bl,B.uf ;wfU.ttJsetsd
a?A0y MADE CLOTHINC.
C Lr;l.(i.l('.
JOHNHDsiTJSB.
T-;-T'. ..j,,,. t - ovum nigu '
BontAHigft 1 ' i
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m .. 1.-T MEDICAL. ''""
WHY1 ENDURE
f'Tk iMa:'."! .eilMlt!r'''.
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. ..-S.1-:-!? I'-'iKiiil l.t: Mil:-, .ct?--. J
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter. "1 die daily." Th8 object of this article is
not So remind faint of fa his pangs.bat to sbow
hint how tobantebtbsm al fereefTbs means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS!
j,. Ei'L,:- . '.ill .-;,.-'. . . ui
-1 il.'r;'U .;' X-i s " '"' " ;'- . i" '
And It is for him to say whsthsr be will continue
to endure a liriag death, or to pot himself in a pot
sition to render Ufa enjoyable. , , , , ; , .
UVING ADVlsllTISElljlENTi
'! ; v.'
Of the efficacy of 'this matchless Vegetable stom.
aobie are to be found ia every eity and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its f use, and eager to beat
testimony to its vir- tnee. It differs from
any other Fitters iaxietence, ia this special par.
tioular it is not alooholie. . .1
For such constitutions and systemsas require for
their inrigoratioo a diliasiTa'Btimulant,
' HOOPjLlaLNXr'i '
CERMAri TOfJIC 1
"..M..;. ':-!, i:blJ- -.Sill-J.' ...i .'tt
Has been provided a preparation la wfaioh the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
gent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Satisnt, inoboosing between these two treat anti
otes, should be guided by his owl condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
bis seleoiion; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find infin- a its benefit from tak
ing each in turn. faaf There is no phase of
indigestion.' biliousness nervous disease or phyai
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wbioh, singly or combined, they will not effeet
CUre. , ... (ji ; (..-- . ; , . - -
Exqliange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength Get rid of-the ail-
ments wbiob interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and despondenoy to the winds; takes stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a
j-i . ) ...Tt. i.i -.1 '. .i.-ft'I r: .! -r-Cl
Through the instrumentality of th most nswerTul
and popular of U TegetabtsinTigorantsand oor-
re'!: -re nw;V"'i " ' Mart.!.....i!-.4-fr:'. :-.
ttOpLAS j'GOMiS , BITTERS.
. ... . i ''-..-;,' . T - - ' " , .
J' Biliousness. Indigestion. General Dflbilitv.'a.n
all the eomplaintswhicb proceed from 'a wariV of
Topee aotion m me liver. Ana atomeon and Aha
bowels, are eraawatea by a eoorssot uus greaA:j
I.-'.
;CONSTI"CUTIOHAL:rSPEC!fICj
Which not only combats sad eOnqn'ers diseases that
have .entrenched tbemsalves ia the system, but
is tbe best known eafecuaxd against all unhealthy
influences. 'Persons whose oecumtions fend nur-
auits suojsot them' to the depressing effeots of a
dose, umrboiesoroestmospbere, should take ttreg
ularly as a protection against, the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are -"' -: ...i.i ;.. ...
WASTING AWAY,
i
Witmmt an v sneeiai eonnr?ains. axeant a e-rajlaa
MilinalinnnF knil. ,lMn..k n .1 ------
will find iu tbe BIT- ff TERS a fountain ot
vitality and vigor, as refreshing and ex.il
erating as a pool in the desert to the land-scorched
sua laiuung usvaiexa..
HOOFLAND'S
r; ,i. M'. I r .
'It.!.'-.
CERMAH BITTERS
ir compose Jot the purs inicesfor, astbeyajeme-
aicinauy termea, extracts;, or Koots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
irt;ll ...,.1 , . . :V;...,.ilut.r :rrt; J.l
0 .
.HOOFL ANlD'S
U a eomhiriattdbvsf an ths insredleBts'of the Rlt.
'Im. Mllli III, it . . III. ..f hi n- n D .
Orange, eta., making one of the must pleasant anj
agreeaDie remeaiaa ever onerea to me puoiio
Theswrsmedies will effectually curs Liver Com-
piarss, Munaice, sjya- b v- pepsia, unronie or
Nervous Dabi li tv. . aW -itJbrunie Diaaasea tt
the Kidneys, and all diseases. arUjig from a disor-
-.11, it
such
.-it 1nrf MAitiJ
as Coasti-
oj fj .n Bat,0I5t inward - . ,
u n .. Fullness ot 1 '
Blood to the Head, '
O e .'q AoidiKy bf- tbe Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food. Fullness or WaiahA in tha
' Btomaoh. Sour eirnctatiotis; Sinking 1 ,
! or Flattering at tha pit of '.the Stomach "
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Uifficnlt
rlraaShina--Flntteriof m.t iha HmtL Chnlrin. n.
Suffocating Sensations when tn a Lyir.g Posture,
. liimneasvi v-isienr tin? OT-weos Dei ore ins
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
i iAjenoieoey si rsrftpimtion,; xeuowneag
" , of the Skin And Eyes. Pain in the
c Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,' eto.
: i: ,1n .Sadden Flnshss Of Heat, ;
- 1 1 .'ji , vi :i Burning in. :tfas Flash, il.T.-r .
,1
ings of
'!)-
ii ,!
' 4ireat Deprea-'
Ml
aioa - oi a '
.i.r
Spirits,
', V They Me the Greatest and Best V, I
o BLOOD ; PURIFIERS 1
... - ....l;t l-.I........ .... I.. . .I.,l'.
Ever known.' and .will curs all diseaaaa reaiiltina
from bad Blood.,' Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in order. ja ' Keep yonr digestive
organs in ' a aaund. . bealtby condition, by
the use of thasa. remedies, and- no disease will sr(r
assail yon.
In, 1
i.i i; nia
Weak and'? Delicate Children
.5.-.T : :j : ;r;... :h
Are uadestrong by tha nse of either of Hieaerem
edies. I'hey will cure every oaae of MARASMUS
withoutfair ' .''.'"'
Thousands of eertificates have accumulated in
tha bau'ls of tbe proprietors, hat space will allow
of tbe publication ot bat a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of not and of suou standing that
tney must oe oeiievea. ' -
' -. 1 Ibt.i.' li 'J I" ...)v.k. '.I U K.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
-."(' 8PKAK8 FOR THESE BlCMDIES.i'
'!nt ui nHV! -' 'Ut '.-! .. : ti ;...'
Whs weald ask tor mors dignified or stronger tes
timony T .
H6NC.!W.!w00bwARDI-
i4J ".: -i-J.-ni .;; . .... :i
Chief Just ios si the Snprbsoo Court of Pannsyl
vania, writes s
PrnLXTrCcrBTA, March 10, 187.
I find '."Hoofiaod'A German Bitters" is a good ton.
io. Baefal ia..dieasesw fAA'tOf tha digestive or
gans, ana ot great Den- ia ent in cases ot aebil
tty and wantef nervosa action in the system.
Yours truly. GKO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. .
''.". '.' Philadzlfhia: April 38. 1868.
- Ieons1der vHooflandVGerman Bitters" a valusf
bis medUins ta oases of attacks Of Indigestion or
Di soenaia. I san certify this from, mr axoerienoe
-MS jA ours, wunrespepLj iienunartv . i
-rAl4fI f:i).Ti,i.iff T...-i .i.Lj; ; 1
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
.... 1 . '. .ji.I.i. HI! ,.. . . .'.
fWhonotary of the Snprem'a Court of Pennsylva
nia, wniesi ..-. r.,. , ,. . . j i
PaTLADKXFHIA, SerU14,lMM
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar-
tide as a tome and as aa apestner. lt4a not an in
. Jt4a
toxjeating dnna, ana may oe asea benehaisaiy by
,r drink, and mav be weed ben
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours.
-.1 . JAMAS KUoo HAOWDAJs,
TJTI03XT, , ;.
' TrnnAjr.AJBn.Wnan. Remedies are eonnbsrfelfAifi
H.lh.r tha signature f- of C M. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of mW each bottle. - All oth.
era are counterfeit. .
Principal Office and M Arm factory at the German
Medicine :SUn:aio. 431 ARCH STREJiT. Phila
A.it; p. '
-f.l .. ;.. 1;,,''''l sitii'J1 f)'inrI "
PPRIaE; EYjlN'Trleto
Hoofland's German WtteTB. TJ hnttla
1 Ot
Hooflaad't Uartnaai Bitters, half dsssn
n.i a oo
'a German j
10
nnifl. nut nn in nt KntflM. 1 IUI
oer brtttleerahalf'doiaii f.T All. 1 . ,i !
i ' Do not fosirerSa examine wsJlth anislayoa bay,
4- th,i"'1rilI0-.l t!,i-;i..r)l',l
ttf!.ls!r I'llK - al a Z.l.J Ifaif,..
urj -i.i) ,ij (,018!. TOlUo
T0M17rSALK ' JY ALLS DBUmiSTB
'""'And Dealers in Medicine, every Where. '
TlH.il a As wsswly - la a.i, ., .1
;
MEDICAL.
' ' ;) yo.13. 7 ;';T
BHIILIA BTMTLIBTJS OTTELOTUB. 1
' 'i--l.'.:HIIFiFHREtt)'" !
Brnwi7nA'riTirr ' uwrvtrwrm
' TTAVX PROVfa), FROM THE MOST AMPLI ,
II eTnerlpnce. an entire anecepa! fiimntA . '
Simple
trompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
nes serfectlv adaoted to Dotmlar 1
simple thai mistakes cannot be made In .
ttstng them ; so harm
' rcr, and ao efficient
1 Sliey have raised ths I
harmless as to be free from dan-
t aa to be always reliable.
tier have raised ths hiabest commendation front
- all, and will always render aatlilartion. ;, -j
Koa." - ' ' Cent
. 1, Cares Fevers, Oongssaon, Innammatlons.ss t
1 .44 117 . tj,, U' tm I
iS.,1
C'rylip-Oolic or Teething of InmntstS
1
AlJi.rrBlonm at muaren or Auaus..
Dysenterr. Griping, Bilious CoHc.Hl
CboIera-.TIorbus, Vamlting.....S5
SJoasrnis. Colds. Bronchitis ..SA
A f .1 Nearmltrla, Toothache, Faceechs.SS
V , " IleaAacheavSicklleiulache.VerUkTojt
10. '. ltrspeDala. Bilions Stomach.. ..S5
11, 1 Blirrprcaacd, or Palnral Periods...
la, " 4 kites, too profuse Periods.. .......
13, Cross, CcsglLDifficnlt Breathing. .28
14. BaltHhenm
SryslpelAs,EruptionsaS
a. Khenmatie pains. .SS
15. i lthenanatlsm.'Rneumatiopai
Aa Out ahnr nremdimln VIA TJI iiyWi linvaViu
T etoininf doubU fwntltim tack, far... . .v. ... .60
: ,'JTh following-ar aimpatymintiaUand art
tcni at th tame vrUtt given bebw. -. ! 4h
16. " Fever A. Ague, Chill Fever, AenesBO
17, u Piles, blindorbleedinB.,:77.......BO
w ":'4ptitalmy, and sore or Weak EyeeM
19, " C ntarrli. acute or chronic, In 11 oecaafiO !
oie
tc
.i.fiB. SerofHla-enlareed irianda.awellinceGO
JM, . " . CeneraiDebiUty.physlcaJwpalrnfwioQ
S6, Jlropsy, and scanty Secretions.... 60
BR, t: m 1 8e-6tekness,,icknesefromridingS0
IT, " Ktdney-ltlaease), Gravel ,...60
,.,88, . Nervsua Debility Seminal
Kmlsalona, involnntaiy Dis-
" charges...; 100'
M, -rre nn1s. Canker. .....GO
.80, ' 1 rlnary Weaknesa-wettingbedOO
, AL, i - Palnfal Periods, with spasms,. 60
'r8t, Snflerlnga at change of life..;...l 00
- 83, - lllepy,8pasma,bt.Vitns'Danoel 00
..84, . ... lplxikerlAstUceratod sore throat. 6t
iiil-.t !.,: s7AJIXl4r.!'4XaUUES n ; '
4r85 t CO larjfc vlala, morMfa ., : .
or roaewood case, containistc " '
,st apecLtte for every ordinary ,,' "''
disease at family la aiiriject to, 1 -'
'' and books or cUreetlons.. . . '
;.-... ..From $10 to t9
- Bmaller Family and XrmvelLug CAftes,
with SO to 28 vials from $5 to $S
Specifics for all Private IMaeasea. both
for Carlns and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocketcases,$2totS
, !)' .. - Pn.ni. EXTRACT.
-' aanM. 'nraiu. - v ..
" Horeire.i Sor.. Tfaroat,SpraVlna.XootB
-' arbe, Earaehs, NenralcliA, Hheuma.
., tlssm. Lumbago, Piles, Atoll a,. tiUnga,
Sora Eyes, Bleeding or the Lnn',
0 Nose, Btommeh.-orof Piles; Corns, VW
ieera. Old Sores, i 1 r
Price, O ox., 50 cts, Pints, $1.00)
exoraaa. 1
fatcnarge, an receip, 01 me price., .-j,;,.,.
Aidrees Humphre vs' Speoifio - ..ht.i ,
., v . nuuiqupamw gtxovi 11,11 nr. ;v.umjiaay -,
. ;: pfflce and Depot, No. COS Bbsaswat, New; York. ,
Dr. HrrarraaBTS ia consulted daily at his offlca,
panitMiALlyor by letter, aa above, if sr all fcrmsof .
disease. ', , , 1
FOB SALS 37 ALL DRUGGISTS..
rro- Till ; 1 it i of fw,v - ifi Yt',-. I'l":
. A fresh aninslv of the aSnva alai ,n LamA mvtA
forsalsby; 1,. .. .... . ., r ., ,, .
'- 1,'. , ,,oT.n j -A. J. SfHUELI.l?R and j
roilnJlVi'i nr. 1! i:-. HUSTON A GARDltKRj
iu-:a Ms 'I'- '-r: CAUTION.' -r-; !
All fresh and genuine Medicines have n, the
bottom of tho box, or in the ca-ies, .Humphreys'
Kpeoifioi, Homeopathic Medicine Company. Buy
"no-others. The, are not reliable. -"
l)r Burton's Tobacco ABtidote,
! ir VnuiriYit TtMitoni iu oibs tob Tobacco.
sja'Vrfi rttiWe artd harnUt, and ia 1m nn excellent i
piu, it p at rtat nd curie ties tbe blood, irtTigonitej
't stritei immcs Kreas domjtsUuat and uvaksifaenirki
lleflti retVbing-, and cstablltboa robust health. Smoker
H and dtvutfsu or maiy srurr otrtKi, PrioA V ifXeti u "per
... box. i'tActVaa, Au lotcresiuis treatisa on iWb iiiiurjoua
effects or tooecco, with lists or teotirocmiriiy refer emcaa.
akbdik waniea Auarjr .- , :
Dk. T. B. Abbott, JciVy CitT, N. J.
1V 4
P(rirniA5TKB's Tltimoxy. I recaiTaaabox of Bm4on
jVatitioLe' CrtMn Brr. AM. Pcsnhtn, antfl find It a., syitaj
cttra. & GatsbaV CouzmtoatifuiimM Cts,. Oluiv
Fatoa Thk U S. TRaVsuar, g-retary't OJlr. Plcaaa
"end a npply of tho Vi ttvotc . flKt mm rm rJ ArMfAVma
iia--r ststi.T. t. 1 l V. ii O.T. KutaAm.
Fbox New HAMPsmns Buts Pbtsoi!. GeziiieiDii of
Influence here aarlDg been of tbe.ppetiie for tobse
ao by aaios Dr. Burton's Miutoi va daaixa tuptAj for
. .losEPa iliToVardeiVif N. H. State Prison.
ill feATncTris TaarivyW TrnviTttjsjia ATsTsatsia ft
: aobacoo mm accompli tri- aH ctmmtffr 14.
"ill
w. m-swt ah oval. AuA,vew Danj, ina, '
A ROTAH'?avWstrttoHT--CvaBox or AjITIDOTX
cvrad my broth ernd mtMl' It innYntU. ... . ,
Kot.LW. SnomAiitL, KaUe&talion, Pa,
Fbow tub JFauck HBAttTAB-rtRi. LtNtiv, Mass. J:
Crton .
'. Ij. VlX, JA.1
Rmmmw.'. Hen -aounvrAl.t Sa
i box -of Burton's Antidote rnnoaed off mttirt for;
fed from ma. I take pleuare hi ree-nMnjeAii It to
laadeiav I r" - ; . ; A. a. kJDA. 1M1I
FOR. SALE BY ALL PRUttGI8T8,.i;
ITradtmy-t X. Oapyrlghttd.
, s Cam tioai I t Beware' of llnjnrioot Casmiap.
eits aavertisea or numougs.
novSO-dAwSmds-F '
'iTaeCkwatnealelne for tns ankfja. eaa
1:1 OTttSMHati , fall, 1 overy ; b.lad sr sna
alghtly.SiwaiUou log tbsv fates, '
if rA tteiUne-,, lrrltKtlna. or ...
-; .: .if .sllatrswaliis; entauaeoaia . .,;,
j ; L:.. srlseawe on ataty paurt j. ,,
or the person.
- ...-.r H Aim mvArtu viSlm'tA m ttf Ant AiMfau,
s , IfoN, and I am now tooking anile liie a man," writes ,
. . 11,1 , it b. :,i,iu'., nr..1 mi n.'u. ut juicu. central;
:.iB. R.tTt Broadway, Ji. Y. . ,',.nt -Jf, I
We Jfnd fl as tamhiM, rtmtfyf Ttttar,y4iif
wru. mgiey urua., uruggisui, a airneia, lowi
owa.
Airre tried hnluahfe'rrmeily for Barber
. jia vua great juec
' Laominstar, Uass.
writef C.W, pomoat, of
!' Send for circular, Frica,''!? cts-and tliX), V'
""1' Prepared only by-u goiON PAlSEH, -' ,
ii'. t'r West Fonrtb Street, (aueinnsti,Oi"
.VTor sale by Druggists geuerally.,' . ; ),, .!.' j
SeptJl-deodAwly . '. ' ' "J
rr i HOTELS.
FRAWKLti IIOlJsE,
",,;''"',','. .(.Recently Merchant's Ho teU '., '.'
; i If o 230 and 838 South. Hlghx Street, ,
ooluxbvs, vbio: ' -'
1,1 : .. -. . -i :.-'.S : . ., !;:!
THE UNDEBSlGtlfcD, FOB A rlUlfl
. baa of vears nronrietor of tba National JJotel
of this city, takes pleasure ia announcing to the
public that he has leased tbe above named House
Tor a term of years, hd it thoroughly renovated.
supplied throughout witn entire new lurnlture, ana
la now readr for tha receDtion of auesta. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that hi. Inn? cxDerience in tha hotel bnsinesa and
ii determination to devote his entire .personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give. perfect sat-
ssfaotioB to all who may f ivor him
ronasre. H.
mm witn tneir pi
H. REYNOLDS
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is-attached to
the House; also.' extensive Stabliagv .attended by
competent ana attentive hoeuers. -7 . H. it.
, declS-dlm .
ST. JAMES HOTEL1,
' . , Foortbi Street, near Main, . r
CINCINNATI, OHIO. ;
BKNRT P. ELIAS, Proprietor
TPHIS POPPLAR'HOOSE, CENTRALLT LO-
JL
eated and convenient to. business, and to aril
points of travel., is tbe. most desiriable stopping
place lor persons visiting the citv. No pains will
oe spared tc make the stay ibl guests pleasant in
every oartisa.1 ; . u. ''ui K' . anylS-dSm
COIiIAnSSION.
- W1YLV MONYPENY, ,
Forwardinsr and Commission
MERCHANT,
DIALKB IK ,
: GRAIN OF ALL KINDS
i I. - . l-LODB, WHISKY, Ate., ...v .
' As- The Highest Prices Paid at all timet for
Corn, r, beat Oata Barley etc.. etc n ,! ,
; ,' i ..-n.'r ' ' - 1'-.M -.i
j o J l G ,K.:. .. i
Heats; West End of Natt'l Bud Brlds;
l . S.7.77Af KTA OHtl .
feMS-dendly
.GROCERS r
: ' n:f I
.rt:t;;.iJ'l
M'COLM.-MILES 5 &
..ii .vs.O-ai, o o.ija ;t
-s-kSBStBasian'rnaU 10L.tTasitIJ8 POW
XTt JrRMAGAZINB.andagenUfof thssalasf
Hatard, Powder Uompan;irt t;o.waer,(,;uia tog
,h?f1" o ATmariim. PFTlPPfP! ArCOs'S'' Jaiiri
w -i u ranfl dealers tn 4f.iU
ffnantherryariotiot, Iinnortsd Wines, Branaies
iCigara,et. - .r. . : i."woiy
1 W .OlilO AOSuisJlJU Il..Vi
io Statesman.
" HtlNfKD AND FUBLiaHED BT 7"
K Ho eSHELRIjllVa
v 1 '- ' , 1 1 'n '-
FRIDAY OIOBNinfift; - JLAlf 29.
Radical Finances.
'
;
;Tbe bill introduced ia Congress, br. Sen
ator Shkrmaj., of this State, In its' third
section aothorizei Ihfl issae of 10 4i five
per cent, bonds, payable, principal and in
terest. In gold, and exempt from both Fed
eral and State taxation, which are to' be
exchanged for treasury notes at the will' of
the bolder,, The object oi the bill, and" of
this section of it in particular, is to -expedite
retam to specie paymentsiand an
angury of its eflect im that behalf; may be1
had ia the fact that the present 10-40 five
per cents are, at a' premium pt.Beven fajnd
three-fourth? per cent, t4 aboyei. treasury
notes. Such being tbe cassvit-Bi Ay be. be
lieyed"t"haf, on the issue 6t he ne w bbnds
the holders of .treasury notes, will take ad-j
vantage of tbe circumstance, and that ths)
exchange will take place' with reasonable
rapidity.'! 'ii.'.n.1..v,.,i,-.,i
The third section is In . fact' a? .offer to
the holder of currencyof A'premiuAi-'of
seven or eight per cent.' on the;process' of
conversion; and there are many reason's,' to
believe tbAt its effect would be to produce
a return to a-enrrency of specie1' at least
to the extent to Out put of the way every
other species, of currency, The notes, of
the National; banks would be returned to
those institutions with- demSrids' for the
treasury paper in which they ii-e'redeema-i
ble, and, in all probability, the3whola iof
the latter would take .'6 p its line-of .march
toward the; UeasurytlWe'.to; expire sfbd
become extinct undef the influence and In
tbe embrace of the new ten-fortle ;
i lire eflEact of the procets.lt not alsoeth-
er beriignj '.wdb.ld,: -ba somewhat emJihWic.
It may' besaysJtheSClms'lpu'DlIcitn,
and ' irieef our own so 'perfecliy," that we
adopt tbera .as our own Jtbat the opinion
of Mr.BHEiJrA.ii,;a9 thapassage ofi the bill
will atcbnq'e;TM6ie; the iprjcie of note's to a
par With that of the bonds ipWhiihllihey
ar convertiblei the process of spflveTiion
will take placer gradually, i But the history
of tbe pas't 'showaf that bonds' jiavenlwliys
been'etfeme.d superior as security jo 'nptee;
and no opportunity of converaiou at par
has ever occurred of which advantage has
not, to the fpll'exentVbeen taken'sotbat
there is little reason to doubt that, the door
oaca opened, the progress would not cease
until every note of : the treasury paper has
disappeared., The.fi rsf bill under which
both treasury nqtes and bonds werelssucd
provided for the converrioo of thai farmer
into the latter, otttre will of the holder;
but so. rapid was'" the conversion, and so
formidable the disturbance In financial af
fairs which' ft created, that the clause au
thorizing the exchange was repealed, or
suspended, and'. w ltreoiainsV,
,Tho organs of. the Republican party are
bv no means as reed in resbect totha finah
clal ' plan of, , Mr (SiaaAlli ; "While the
.STesr, yorkveniag J'ps't. .holds' ihattfie
bill has great merits, ana Its defects axe
ohly thos'e'of omts'slofi.'sidxjlh "if
Senator Homcsd's '.resoiVtIonh'0declarlbg
thedebt payable ia real money,
ed as a ne section: :iti would be,
as complete and hopeful A 'oieasti
arejruelyto get this' sessioii ,tl
the debt payable ia real money, wre add
ed as a ne section: :iti would be,' perhaps,
e as Tsre
JfJi'nclii-
nati Gazette which is not without Uvs dis-
tloct'notlons nponi financial 'ffilrs--de
Clares that 'the presentatiop. of such ii bill
is evidence of a fitness, for , the lunatic asy
lum." The one holds ';that t torrid: not
fall to' have 'riif .tmportaace id jarsing' the
credit of the 3dvernmenY;n h btb6 thht
'-it will prostrate business, -stop,-the. pay-
ment of debts,", and carry, tlismay , and
bankruptcy among the people: ') aJ
j The true way to consider tbe frQgra,mme
of Mr. Shdralan it to look npoij Jn the
light :of the -Affects contemplated by its
author. ThestS' are lcobtraIfiu1 of, the
Circulating memdWei1 '.faster ac
cording to the circumstances, ..but .at. 11
-evfhfcontWcaonflarjd at ratetthat leg
'islitibn arf.nelthirYegulate nor prescrtbe.
, All contractions wiU work charts : in re
lation of debtor and . creditor in proportion
to its extent. The Ultimate end proposed
is a return to 6pecle'payments,Bnd"a' cash
standard of values;, and it. is tntendedhat
the alterative process establiahed by the
law shall not cease until this end has been
reached. In the case Of the jSutpension of
.a bank, or of a general suspension oi oanivs,
such as took place ; in 1337, ; resumption
cannot begin tfntil,' by a combined pro
cess; of calling in the "currency . and
accumulating , specie, the quantity. .;pf
the ' latter held for the purpose o of
rjdemption. is "equal, orry-,' nearly
equal, to , that '.of, the former ; standing
unredeemed But here it is proposed, to
dispense with specie by the creation of a
secprity jircferabie 7to treasury notes, in
which the latter may be ;absj3rbed and ex
tinguished - This; Is, the taking away of
our oiroulethrff '-wediura "by the idssuitrg
party without supplying its place with
Another, ''rf 'thfyoperatlon1 of the bill
ghpaid be 'to cree. a tendency toward the
proposed exchange, there would .be a de
manct tfpon- thn banks ' ifor: the treasury
notes In.Vhtei? paper .iWeeaaMe,
which would cpinpel sudden find decisive
suspension -of, ibeir accommodations.,, Jl
the mdveinerlt should be rapid, those eon
cerns would ,D8, forcedjlnto liquidation; and
their pondsj.olden.by the Treasury, k se
curity, would enter the market to compete
wlkii herievF Kr40; while-thtir l debtors.
In consequence, ff the adjarice In tfeii prlfcje
of the means oi paying, aepis,, wouiu oe
almost udlversally lit default. '(.
Suppose there are, as some compute,, on
aggregate of sif thoutahd million' of dol
lars in private debts in, the United States,
contracted, upon a currency basis covering
sixty per cent. on the specie dollar, the efi
fect of the process which Mrv Sbkaacaji
seeks to Initiate would be, by the addition
of two-fUtbs to the cost of the means for
its extinguishment, to.increase this aggre
gate so ten thousand millions; and as, whep
money Is becoming scarce, the difficulties
of bbtalnW It increase fn ' Urghr rtlllo
tbau:,t.batof .ih'ej dlmldat1-: the ''resutt
could -not j be otherwise, thai fvueriil
stbppagb of yTMnv-!fiiii a.'iiVA.-f smu.u
It'may1)e;u4haih' 'li'Wiff
wMc.utt,jrfo$a
Theetatesmen ot the pnesent ,genera.tion
and especially the progressive statesmen of
tbd BepfibUcaa ! partyV do not always: Idis-
Doesible
that her Id o th taruA but tbe attentat
tlve of an universal bankruppjby-a na
de,n: and-UiYe,rJprl'ir!
slow and painful proceBmd j refer the
a viunoif' .O .1 lo sWis exu34
bios the reaf ehds wtri: they oatemplate
ig heliiriurei t)
that Mr, SMAAiAHiiP1 'enc4Jr?y
latter. Id Ir!'-tne' 'prttriae''-ti-di .
trreAt financiers of the party; flte HosTorfe,
Botlers, Shermahs, Ewijtdrf and' Gkik.
LtYs, It le difficult to determine -wTietlier
they mean wha! they'ssy bf rnes.1. thif op
' posite; "whethfJf 'ther lhteti '6rveicy
ot insolvency:0 la"1 troth,1'th',fltijrra
ciar)blem. Is complex,' W'TrSaTfy-
sided for them to eorrlpreherid,mhft'lBa-lo
5soIve.':"ItiMIs "Instructive 'fo xbnia-mie'ttie
"views of the'SttEKiiAit scheme as' talteTl by
our two contfirporai'Ie's".1 AccoTdrrltbflie
Post, the bill bas great merits according
'to the Gazettei'tt proves lla AuthtrTlkitBBly
'ford lunatic asylum.' 'Trie termer thinks
"that it will raise the" credit of "the' GtWeA
lmentf the Ottterb'at ItfwW aestroyne
solvency of the people. One looM' 'at one ,
phase of the subject, the" Other'nt 'tKlher.
Both-' miy'be boirecfi eacfc,lfAn4,1twn
porrit of 'View'; antHnfe 'oest oh'lef" Ii
ibfi propef pofnt'bf Vleia'6noAirpwn
th4 boestlori whether the Government vras
"tnaae anl6,toianaged' fbi Mbwirsake
or fok- that of the people; V
. .Lrvsq M " i iaaa 1 1 flli'l tf fcloIs
News and Otherwise.
- Miss AttaaTA'Ma STJCBAiAidItesjai la
AHfnvi.r'wABtj'd M
jLvHstti tiken riatytfi &ikf. '
Salt iscojmmedde'eateamth.
nuts. " ,
&flBVatuS llnaXgTaAlaVtflOlO
clergymen.
"t Girrrwi al'a 'aij tj-eaent earthqurkes -
during rcmber, ozrTfTnT?
j -A o.sheelevlpclpTsit, rpade Iti
appearance In Springfield.'. i ii vstno
'Omlllion'pos'tag taV8rfised
aaali In the United .tBwi'tini. ii
' r,in'8fleio'Hsira)a.' ddtitet .
domination of Goyerhoir' Sayes
'"The Columbiana" county f)3ililias teen
withoUU'prlsoner for tfome' tiro e1.n-,!
Thk Qsatep gtreet.M.Cjiiirch, Sprlng
fieldihas au encouraijipg, reyiv4t
' Of the inh'rfvkoTjegi slatWrevw' sto
gie member ira.nativ of the StStlr'''
t Th bond of Southern States are contin-
mally rising in iheHew, Yrksrmrket.
Th Norwalk Tl,,tf.. oR.xSsjU-
tion has a balance bu hand of f T.StW.
rf k .A Aaif Art . tutimuaiiuioBifis., voiu'iiaiUffijtui
doll tImegu;i Tlieyi don't adyctAtx mirctai
, jjuoKXfBAL; oaa nawqyer gne.pDjnarpa
tmaUpoA dtrnthsswithii
Jiasipeaelecteti iar'ipl.
- THB-couhty thesteuner of ' Jrmean'coHnty,
'.4sS9kiii,'lo8eVf,
-5 Jaaiea Glovieiui MHher;,t'Te4ifiistpn
merchant, died Wednesday, aged fghUy
fonr ty-'t "'Ml t . a
I0Ur .. .1. ' .1 . V'
. Sksatok FowlabT, (Republican) left the
caucus Tuesday,' refusing to stand by its .
aedbn. .
Thk Springfi5liA,dverl3er has' a pr.
aaieiJjSUuAtioforyzo Bfadygom-
F ' 'rA' wVtv., w Ves'tuani K'r!i Uf .' rt. JtJCln
ArWf n vinau uis iuvu j n'i tA em. ttmu.v a as.
;urlinkJri,lWi4t -Sf Mi?'
Januarys no e-jiiau:o-' sill o) Imiaisfl
f . ..Thebs was received At,thi Zitrih bffltir'at
, f, j?aii i, MInjiespta, Mrljijj jjlttft feum
-'Ot $2S8,242i sT,;ioliinm;l(f4 wdiofiuA
' vii'tV-J 'A5!'vjCj.iil six
Switzerland j'iH .-iK-o't tMTiMiJI ".hWl
- 'ly Against .t'pAssage fa tie; pef'-cfB t.
' Interest htw- xr,i'iuxn. 1 w oj inoia
''IJlfcBuqwis' makirigclrbttsJ fi. sepite
construction .pi jt ralroad,from UiatpIaco
McGregor .iiU nf -:lo,
Skvknty-two newsnaDen are at caesrfi t
'pBDlisbed in ifadftd. 5f thesvpMP'firteta
Thb gold business of Denver, in.7ts3,
0 was l30i;3t3fe nok'in'cfiidihit imtttriixyort-
:'.- VI-'-.' i I ! .'nil tj' aiftl-iu 14iiJmI
id VWtM 01 boiislsa .no ev
Ai inmate of the Ck)lumblan3ni4rias)y
has faTJep.' heir1 td:an' estetfe ;wrrtS aoqut
aLaVthpuAantIdolJar,1)Nib 1K)4lM -
It-Is denied- that there to nnirpot?la
''either'-' the' towi oft' towriship" Jof 'Bdula
. CbarlestpaJDlarkqntyi ,a
Isa Atf Ii.'"Air.KS; 1aW Attorney OerrerAl
;'or JpwS,' .diod.ta ., the' Ion' aBjfiJhs
Su com man teat ioa-j ami t fourth page,
- Signed Obiumbus,'? inTegaxd tBerie
' Kallro? tooveffiente'ln'the as.i .TT3
iri'i'A WuwED wTt)(a iitytftfffySffijtfo
; stirred ttp Oberlin ; by omlngfi,ieiAifi
fieQee gaaie'over the colored ptrsaxlatlorO
,-1 cost a young &1?P?!
port, Connecticut, the other dayh Was
a girl whom b- vtti escorting across a
-bridge.:! .a;. 1 .-.ir. ? .Tic .oK .H .fj
VT& aged parents of a i yphni'';tnan "Voo
was murdered iaj.CqlumbuAjyMiss pOyh
died within forty-eight Jaoarshfterthfy
'heard ol-the tragedy.1 ooilnirt eifT
,,i ' fi i',rfiif -t ..ttrrw i"l wal
o I Tan. Hlckslte .branch fstnl ITrlepas'
-choreh intend to erect it ramoaiocB ede
atianal 'Ihstttutibri1 orie'ilesbntn'llf
TWiynesviUe, arreg ?&
Mrs. Clark, of Barnesyine,. partialis
;fust ejrraett;' that jhel husid pregh
Clark, who iu 1346, eriliste4 c4ol'thJJf;xl---oaq
service, wAsJdlbeii ia-'battlei trl oni
; ,6'an L'waa, Hilfd on;thXAaiQo
last December, gave birth to tb.oeTiitd
-a girl on the 19(h. "All ol6fwIl. -
, . ;.'.:.. - . -... ifi' ."1 w . ,o-r . .its:t,''t
Misx Commissioners oflelmouVCftijjy
decided to build a;tHtnplKA front. thtr.iA
tional Koad, bear'Bt.' dlrtTvllletfirVbli
Unlontown to FIushihg'A'J
! JaiAi.folln'i hfmsfelf lost'o 'tUeIji-
with a team, and wandered aeotit Cda.DJsm
expanse of Ice no til .daylight. .
riyi Worklnenl wrV tifitA vrPfrfaj
taiVnearmoni.' inino'lisPJiifeX
p'ected explosion of a blali,i-ii h'liii,
and Michigan -coal xcvHono0 f
1 BROOtrtvit his bad anieldpemantitrAlgh
livethe wife ofji cotton Jroke atB:
pff w'lth .'the' 9hb ;of; a ' rlcicso.raii
merohanL-,' She;,-had. been! WA;rrfiioijr
eighteen rneriUBWiviq baltoqst .ssm a '
Thkbjs was awadfUflg hu$ SaaJfl 'jft
flance, the bridegroom oly whfeltfWas aboa
pventRand; t-he, bride Atrveaty-iiix-, :
I bridegroom was ThWBaa'VajTeriJAnd the
bride Mrs. Downs a.id.i
! "A GtBip'ira'Greene coflrrlyV iowi, lia
ing t'eeninted1 ba riugiiTt
! .At'ii,. fnnl an'ri take Dolson. but tookat
Atlek off woo and befted" hidt'ivArhe
9haU3
AsosofHsA- Sjaletvashua, Chicks
saw county, -tawitrf wlQwe4,,piri ffh
BtucJc'i in - bis? thnU wlaritjyoijga
dathiBii i3itl wcJuO STi-i A-3a-iiA2id
mention of Judge ThurmariV'lI.XAWs
man diiUalrihbedi hlmwlf: bli th 0Xbter
Ilouaa'and.on the J wdkJtl enor el-Ohlo.
He l Wswytit o.,emlheBl AJmayi"
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