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" 'ty iny one In want ol oMP
them ire at Qoodale Park. , '
W- The time for hen slaying la gone,
and the time for hens uywK arrxrcu,
rs. T ittle Corporal for February
feeen received, An excellent period!
OTTo city. grloulturUta, . late geolo
' glsta, were at work yesterday cleaning- up
". High street." .-v : ' ' -
rtsyOnr thanks aredue to Messrs. Fann-
ex.Xittle A Co, ol New York, for a caien
, daj lor 1869. :'.',- - -.' .' ' -.-,'
fjrTh nl Educational Monthly, for
v.Hmirr. la . on onr table, it contains
much valuable lmfortnatlon. ; '
't"N. L. Hanson, late principal of the
Stat Street School, la now prluclpaj of
one of the Milwaukee schools. .
.. .uf n t)m north
-: fine eoncRH put""""
We ot State street, corner of Hlith, is wear-
- In out. It looks now as if it had the small
pox...;t!' :' '- -
- All eensore ol others is obliqqe
' r ,. t u nttpred in order? to
' . : l,AB n Viae r It
BIIVW iw ,
has U the kjvldlousness of self-praise, ana
. all the reproacn er jaisenouu
, t39 A reloclpede with, two wheels la call
ed a blcyel, with three a tncycie, sua vue
one wheeled arrangement. lust invented at
Dayton, wabbles along unuer wv
man of JcTl sattetou ui n. i
iTArii;'VroKTH. .Representative,1 will
v.i, .'ntlnitn who took his over
f T - . . f VI- MAM tA
coax, tnrowgB .
return It, or any person knowing where it
Is will pias-inlorn the Captain at the
. Backey Hoose. . '.
a a ' A.
nnfr BcMnse -of the son on Thorsday,
w,r 11th .: This Whow will be given
f- ct, twmflt ef trie Freedmen'r Bnreao,
and will, therefore, be visible to Africa and
tHe aootneri pru . - .
n.mM.u(F- Cbubchv Kev. Thomas
" Wmon wllL , bT reanest, repeat on
iirm Sn'ttdavl evening.' at the Uni-
...iu riharehtha discourse delivered
h htm on Bandar -January 17tn. D
i,"T, RMmh fbr-HBDDiness." 1 All
sre inviteo Y-' L . .
3Tw' PBiaTCTTUBT.The .legislative
wnmlttee on the newFenitentlary,. with
. q. a miL started on a tour of
Inspection yesterday.' A resolntloa 'de-
cianng mat i newttm7 f -"-
. esraiTr vu kitoodneed into the Senate, tat
wJald the table.' i-A f-.;
-' ,ln ) i i i i i 1 : -: .'
tWtn be eorlnr-Uke weather we have
beenawjoying, as If to carry ont the delu
sion that this Is not Jsnuary,t)ut April, we
hso last nlifht t regular -old-fashioned
thnadorahowar. with the brilliant accom
paniment o ;igatnlngf'; jJH ,,,, f4
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Eip ow?bw SHOdrnto; 8Ao-The
game law of thU J3tat forbida the shoot
Ing( pf tq.ualnd,, fartrldgeaaaei; the
lut day fit hU nonth. (to-morrow). ., Our
Sportsmen's Claa. wlil .rigoroosly prose
ente all infractions of the raw, so poachers
and law breakers beware,
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' -' TcACHcaa' Cktimcatx. Grahtbd.
The Coaaty Baard of Education, on yea-
Urday,l'(t ranted ' certlflcatea to Amanda
Shroud,-"' WestervilJei lor twelve months ;
George W. Munch, Taylor's SUtlon, twelve
months,' and'Abraharfl A Armstrong, Hit
Hard, for six' month.' Tha ' boara meets
nin tiuti In kh iarv room of the Com
mon PleaA Coort V " ' f
Fu.il Yaaraairr."-The eertlfleat of
incorporation pt the Toledo , Union-Street
Railroad Company was filed with the Sec
retary of Stat yesterday; It is organized
ibr thf purpose ot building a street, rallr
road WMadttont St. Clair, Jefferson, Sev
en teepth, Washington jind Dorr streets to
DetrojLaveuue,JUapltal stack 100,000, in
share 'bt 950 each. T. P. Brown, Robert
H. Bell,'. Bi HamHton, JE.- Hi Fitch: and
F. J. Scott are the corporators. , M -
- Luct StoksC rXucy Stone THack ;well on
yesterSay1' addressed the members of the
General Assembly In the ban of the House
of Representatives. Lucy Is a very fluent
Ulker ' l6r m8nVn3rpre8ented her
Ideas clearly -and forcibly; She forgot,
however, teanswef the two Important
questions In regard to femae suffrage:
Yvnas advantage win is oe to woman, ana
whato tha Govecnmentf Sb was listened
to with profound stteotou for two hours.
luTfioyn Bjjoima. Several weeks sine
we spok or Bowtrr, improved Droller Dec
ing riaTU, extensively Introduced in pur
city.-1 One was left at our, nous Tor trial,
Ws nav tested It thoroughly, and find It
far superior to anything of the kind we
have ever seen -Its chief Hietlt consists in
its retaining alt Ik rith nutritious jviou ot the
stesk, leaving it tender, aweet, and free
irom ail me oDjeeuonaoie cases woicn 11
is impossible to avoid in all other broilers
when; used over A coal stova. It also broils
Just rell prerYth! W ot wood fire
as over the best f 'wood coals, without
smoklnz-Thls broiler, can. Jba ,ea (or
few days at Aston, Taylor A Huff's.
"TbkCitt ajid TowSHir CovTmojr.
By tn cau in roomer eoiomn, it win bt
seen that the Democratic. City and Town
ship Executive Committee has fixed upon
"Wednesday! :4he Jith day of Februsry. ai
the flm ioroiain the City and Town
hip DemocrU,Convntlon, tn priniary
lections to be held on theeyenlng previous,
at tne piacea namea. xdouku w at first
favored holding the Convention at a day at
least a month, later, yet th canvass is al
ready" getting so, warm, w ar satisfied
now the committee ' have acted -wisely in
thus calling n ar!y Convention. It will
leave. the fight between the nominees! the
respeotlv parties and pot between cau a
docen asplranta for eftlce. -.; - ; ;;.. ". ;"' ,
Twat A r i.n.n HI ivr-wvr m h MA fa-
Torlt artist, will giv on "night's per
lormanoe at the Opera Houib, jn this city,
on Tnnraday evening next,' February h
That -this troupe malnUln lu,aueleut
standard of excellence is assured from th
' notices tby receive from- th eastera" pa
pers. TpBocbestr (New York) Cbrou
lei say "tn Arlington met with ah ora
tion lut .evening that-waa. gratify ing la
the extreme. Th bail was t crowded in
every part, extra stools being necessary to
accommodate. tne rusn.-. im" :-r.u
Tba'Elmlr Advertiser says Mtber' la n
' doubt but that th Arlington ar the best
troupe.new iraveung.'' j ;
In iaot,th pres ol Troy;"ilyTaonse,
Newark, Wilmington and Bahlmor-, are
unanimous In pronouncing th company
the stfotigestextiatiMlxetUngiA tveff
g.atur 01 a nunsuei antertainmenu .
City and Township Democratic
City and Township Democratic Convention.
- The lmocracy of eolumbWWdlIont.
-gomary JownbU wlli jaest on Tuesdays,
the twentyvthrrd day f February, 1869,
between tUe hoars of fpr and seven o'clock
P. 11, In the city, and three and five' O'clock
fn the township, to elect delegates to attend
a City and Township Convention, to meet
at the City Hall on Wednesday, February .
24th, 1869, at 10 o'clock A. M-,to nominate
by a viva voce vote the tollowing city and
township officers, to be elected on the first
Monday of; April next, to-it: Mayor,
City Marshal, City Solicitor, three Town
ship Trustees. Township Clerk, three Con
stables, Township Treasurer and Township
Assessor. The several Wards of the city.
and Montgomery TownBhip will be entitled
to' the following number of delegates in
said Convention, the ratio of representa
tion being fixed at one delegate for each 60
votes cast for Thomas Hubbard for Secre-
ttry of State, and one lor each fractional
25 votes and over: . -. ' '
) Ward ,6 Sth. Ward....... ...... .18
......... .91 7th - " .............IB
- Si8th. " 8
4th " .819th ' U
6U ; IS 1 Monteoraery Tp.. T
The Democracy of each . Ward will, at
their primary elections on the evening of
the 23d of February, also nominate a Coun
cilman and Assessor; aod the Democracy
of the First, Third, Fifth, Seventh arid
Ninth Wards will nominate a Member of
the Board of Education, to be electe.d.'6n .
the 2d Mon 3ay in April, 1869.
order of the Executive Committee.
GEO. W. MEEKER, Chairman.
J. St. John Clabkson. Secretary. ; t i
The primary elections will be held at
the places below named;-,,;.'..'- -,;.
First ward Gloss & Welper's, Long
Street -. House. Second ward Buckeye
House.' Third ! ward Mayor's OflSce.
Fourth ward Efermann's Grocery. Fifth
ward South Engine House.. Sixth ward
. Schneider's, ' . Seventh ward
Tryne's Shoe Shop. Eighth ward North
Enirine House. - Ninth . war; Edward
Hartley's. Montgomery township Pro
bate Judge's Office. v -
Ihpobtaht Railroad Mbktino. The
stockholders of the Columbus, Chicago &
Indiana- Central Hallway Company, . at
their meeting yesterday, refused to lease
their road to the Atlantlo & Great Western
and Erie Bail way Company, and rati Bed a
lease Of their road and property in perpe
tuity to the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St."
Louis and the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
panies. The "vote was large, comprising
nearly all the stock of the company. The
lease takes effect on the first of February,
When Judge Jewet, representing the
Pan" Handle and Pennsylvania railroads,
onered bis-very liberal proposition it was .
unanimously ratified. ' The contract offered
the New York and Erie was to-' pay the
interest on thedebtoi the Columbus, Chica
and Indiaoa Central, and to guarantee to
stockholders an average annual dividend of
seven per cent. The proposition offered
Judge Jewett, President of the Pan
Handle road, which was accepted, is to have
IMMnt. via. Ann X .naMtln. tK. ,1
and the Columbus. Chicago and Indiana
Central, to take thirty per ent. to "pay in
terest on debt. Cver nine mlllio is dollars
stock was voted. Capital stock is ten
millions. y t q
t r. Tn
. Jt "i j
Thx Weather. Papers everywhere are
commenting on the extraordinary weather
are enjoying now... Excepting the cold
snap of a week or two at the beginning df
winter, the time has been more like
spring than winter. Yesterday would
equal anything that April may bring us in
way of -rain and sunshineknd the at
mosphere" was as"" mild as in Autumn's
golden days. Croakers are predicting an
unhealthy summer from this warm winter.
They say-wo had just Such a winter in
1853, and the cholera visited ns the next
Summer. Yet we had precisely such
weather in 1843, and no -sickness the next
year, and we bad a severely cold winter
1847-8, and plenty of cholera during the
summer roliowlug. Whether It portend
sickness or health In the future, we- know
produces a most enjoyable sensation of
laziness just now. '
Watch Him. Ye Binkists whose faeea
a yard long; ye members of theKink-
Ompany whose early visions of cent, per
cent, dividends are melting into thin air ;
lads and lassies who have voted love
making while skating a ''sweet, thing on
and all others interested in cold
weather, take your eyes and place then) on
ground bog. i Next Tuesday is the day
which he publishes to the world bis an
nual oDservations on tne weather. It on
day G. H. shall see his shadow he will
retire in disgust to hls den for he knoweth
that much .cold and storm Is before us. If,
the contrary, there shall be no shadow,
then no more hole for G. n, and Blnklsts
may sell thel treget at a discount . vWatch
bim, therefore, ye ice men who are red hot
because your Ice bouses are not filled, and
also,-who are content to letmext sum
mer slide, so that you get to skate again.
New Mosey Obdeh, System. On Mon
next, the first day of February, the
money , order system between' the large
towns of North Germany and the United
States-will be Jntugurated.-The plan is to;
receive payments at postoffices in the North
German Union and the United States, and
Issue order for the same on th agents of
North' German Lloyd, the amounts to
limited to about $50, and to be calculat
at a fixed rate of exchange for both
countries. The arrangements will be simi
to those already made by the American
Postofflce Department with the Govern-.
ment ot Switserland, except that ' on ' the
American side business will be done by the
agents of the North German Lloyd instead
the postoffices, the 'Postofflce Depart-
taent having declined toenter into the ar
rangement. - , ' '
1.TftAHSTXRBSP IE8TEPAT-ill tOUOW-X
transfers of real estate were left at the
Recorder's office yesterday : -,
Georee Wittemsn and, wife to Rodah
ciarrison, vet. iuid, iboes, oi acres oi lauu
Jackson township, jbr 175.
jj. uooaaie's executors to u. a. Hamil
ton, Jan. .27th,- lots Nbs.J 10 and 11 in lu
Goodale'i subdivision of Good ale's reserve
8, in th tty of Colombus, for 93,000.'
Tobias Ream and wife to Nancy M. Rea m,
Jan.' 20th; a lot of ground in Starr's addi
tion to the city of Oolnmbu, lot-9400.
Lambert P. Rboades and wit to Yincent
Hutson, Jan. 8th, lot No. 14 In the town
Beynoldburgh; for $18. j ; : 1 " " ;a' '
John V. Bristol and wife to W. H. Dim
mock, Jap. 29th, n jacres and 40 Doles ol
land in Sharon tawnthln. fn nnn
bun MNNERCHOK is Lakcastkb. Th
ColumbM'Jfjaanerchor assisted - bv ' the
De Berlot Club, will give a concert at Lao-.
caster, on Tuesday evening, February 9th.
splendid programme baa been prepared
both! for the vocal and .instrumental sec-'
tiona of the Masdnercbor, "and it also In
emdes some of Mis Fannl M. Smith'
cboloeat selections. . W CJC assure . th
eltiaens of Iancaster that tbey will at this
concert bear some of th best music of thrj
old toasters, rendered in splendid styled
Tb concert will be under th musical di t
Dianist and scientific musician la umnii i
none; By the" by, won't, the Msennercbo
jrlv its the' Miserere at its next concert 1 '
(bis, iltj ,-Ottj,ULcaos oonsidsr It on '
their pest choruses..
GEO. W. MEEKER, Chairman. WHAT SHE SANG.
Trp ma a ballad, ladr farra,
kit laaye, a Dauaa
And ye man h twirleai
Tat oTsndJus jwpsr
8h Ian alda her broiderie
t or an Iot tht itrrTM to
And to a weird lik-ayr the ladsfarr
. Atanee her mandolyn.
' 1 do not ear for a wild roisanee
Of ye days of old," aayi he,
"Bat rather I'd hear, if my ladjs please,
8ometoaohiDi Laeiodie." - - -
And orer ye ladye'a mnays book
Ye a-all&nt anMiAp Imm
While iho ainga with a aweet aod angel Toloe,
'.ttntain Jink, nf . Unn. Ll.r.n.
' Last Night St rai Theater. Ellsler
has prepared a . red ' hot bill for the last
night ol his dramatic troupe; the plays be
ins: the Dutch Governor, a drama never be
fore performed in this city, and the misers
ble, worn out play of Jack Sheppard. While
we would never allow the last piece to be
performed, if we could prevent it, there
are plenty who like it, and it with the at
traction of the excellent play . preceding
it, We suppose will fill the house, to Jive
glorious old John "a bumper at parting,
DissortrrloM or Copartnership. Notice
Is hereby given that ' the ' copartnership
heretofore existing between Philemon
Hess ajid J. J. Pfaenegar, has bteh dlssolV'
i. The books are la the hands of J.
Phenegar, 242 South High street, and he Is
authorized .to collect all outstanding ac
niina ' " T . Tl
Jan29-d2t J. J. Phenegar.
Stop your hair from falling out by using
Hall's vegetable Sicilian Half Renewer, a
sure prevention. . fjy25-w&dsly-cw
tW The mortgagees of the Olentangy
Park A8soclatlou are requested to all at
my office and recelvs balance due them in
janl4-tf Richard Neyiks, Vice Pres't.
"BABRETT'a" Popular Hair Restorative
Jewelry made and repaired byC. E.
Smitb, 27 S. High street, over Bain's store
' Barrett's" is A No. 1. . n r .
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Thousands of Inebriates have been re
stored to temperance, health and happiness
by the aid of "Dr.'Jobuston's specific for
Drunkenness." Every respectable Drug'
gist keeps it for sale-- . V s
8ep22-dt&3fc wly-cw K-z - -' -
Nothisq wan ting 4a "Barrett's."
Panic-Struck Bkauty. It is a terrible
shock to a charming woman indeed, to any
woman to find that her teeth are H begin
ning to go." Never will any human being
who uses the fragrant Sozodont, make that
discovery., P..- , r r V ;
"Spalding's Glue," no well regulated
family will be without it.
VNT-dec2l-eod6m-cw . . . . .
DoNt fall to use "Barrett's."
Jeleff & DeButts. Locksmiths an
bell hungers, at No. 141 North High street.
are how prepared to hang parlor and hotel
bells in the neatest and latest style. Sew
ing machines repaired and . satisfaction
guaranteed. Models built for patentees,
and all kinds ot light machinery made and
repaired. -Keys ot all description always
on hand, and sate and jail locks made and
repaired. V "- may23-s-ly
"Barrett's" is notBtlcky or gammy.'!'
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A Cold neglected, frequently lays the
foundation of. nncurable Consumption-
True, they will "wear out," but they often
wear the patient out. The best care is
Humphreys'' Homoeopathic Cough and
Fever Pills. , Taken alternately, they al
lay' the fever, Irritation, and cough, heal
up the lungs, and cure the disease. Price,
boxes-ibr $! 2S.1'" Sold by dealers,
and 'sent by mail on receipt of the
price. Address, Humphreys' Specific
Homoeopathic Medicine CoV663 Broad
way, N. Y. iyl3-dfc wly-cw
i'Tot Sale. One Family Carriage;' aivt
by J Watson, of Philadelphia."" One Dog
Cart, .built ,byrBrewster v& Co., pt New ,
York ; nearly new. One very right n top
Buggy weight, 136 pounds; nearly new.
On Jagger Wagon, with top, built by
Brewster & Co, New York One Porllay
Sleigh, very light, and almost new. " One
set fine Coach Harries, made by1 Lacey &
Phillips, of Philadelphia. Also, one Track
Sulky ; Skeleton Wagon, light; 6ingle, and
double Harness; bells, 'As I Intend
changing my residence April .1st, the abov
will be sold low, , . , . Richard Neviks.
HoLtowAY'sTiixs-The symptoms of
dyspepsia often closely' resenfSle those of
heart disease. Hot flushes, violent palpi
tation, spasms, sudden faintness, suffocat
ing sensations, etc, are ordinary results of
chronic indigestion. These somewhat
alarming Indications of a. foul stomach in
capable of converting the aliment it re?
ceives to a wholesome purpose, can only
got rid of by proper alterative and ca
thartic treatment, and Holloway's Pills are
the very best- mediclpe that can be ad
in such cases. Sold . by all
Nervous Debility, with its gloomy at
tendants, low. spirits, depression, involun
tary emissions, loss of semen,' spermator
rho3a,los8 of power,' dizzy' headloss pi
memory and threatened Impotence and
Imbecility, find a sovereign 'cure In Hum
phreys' HomeTpatUlo Specific No. Tweu-ty-Eight.
Composed of the most valuable,
mild and potent Curatives, they strike'
once at the root of the matter, tone up the
system, arrest the discharges, and impart
vigor ,and' energy, life and vitality to the
entire man." They have cured thousands
of esses. - Price $5 per package of six box
es and vial, which Is very Important In ob-1
stinate or old cases, or $1 per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by mail on
receipt of price. . Address Humphreys'
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co, 662
Broadway, New York. 1yl3-deod&wly
It . Is estimated that seven-tenths of all
adult ailments proceed from a.diseased and
torpid liver. The biliary secretions of the
Uver overflow Vg Into the stomach, poison
the entire system,' and exhibit the -above
symptoms. After a long research, we are
able to present th most remarkable care
for these horrid nightmare of diseases tbrl
world has ever produced. Within one
year over six hundred and forty thousand
persons have taken Plantation Bitters,
and not an instance of ccfm plaint has come
to our knowledge. II I the most effiectual
tonic and agreeable stimulant, suited to all
conditions of life. Inquire ot your Drug'
gist in regard to It. . , ( ; V. ,
Magnolia Water. Superior to the beat
Imported German Cologne, and sold at half
the price. RNT-8ep25-deod&wly-cw
1 ,cALt 'HTAiVi
UfW. 1SS North niah treet
?jl,Jf1kf.n0Ieri b.CAMBBIDGK a
HOCKINU COAL, whieh ha ia prepared t Mil
th lowaat market pno.
r topeoiAlattaniioD paid to Shipping.
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IN THE YOUNG' AND RISING
generation, the .vegetative powers of
life are strong, but in a few year how
dften the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye,
and emaciated form, and the . impossi
bility of application to mental effort.
show its baneful influence.' .' It soon be
comes evident to the observer that some
depressing influence is checking the de
velopment of the. body. '-. Consumption
is talked of, and perhaps the - youth is
removed from school and sent into the
country. This is one of the worst move
ments. Removed from ordinary di
versions of the ever-changing scenes of
the citv. the Dowers of the bodv too
much enfeebled to give zest to healthful
and rural exercise, thoughts are turned
inwards upon themselves. -
If the patient be a . female, the ap
proach of the menses is looked for with
anxiety, as the first symptom In Which
Nature ia to show her saving power in
diffusing' the-' circulation, ana vieitirjg
the cheek with the bloom of health.
Ala I increase of appetite has grown
by what it fed on ; 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 iascinating a
change from child to woman, is looked
for in vain ; the parent's heart bleeds
in anxiety, and fancies the grave bat
waiting far its victim.
H ELM B OLD'S
For Weakness arising from excesses or
early indiscretion, attended with the
following symptoms r - Indisposition to
Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Mem
ory, Difliculty of Breathing,' General
Weakness, Horror pf - Disease, Weak
Nerves,. Trembling, Dreadful Horror of.
Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet, Wake-,
fulness, Dimness of Vision, Iiangonr,
Universal Lassitude of the , Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite with
Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the
Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
on the Face, Pain in the Back, Heavi
ness of the Eyelids, Frequently Black
Spots Flying before the Eyes, with
Temporary. Suffusion and Loss of Sight,'1
Watit . of Attention, Great Mobility,
Kestlessness, with Horror or society.
Nothing is more desirable to such pa-f
tientstban Solitude and nothing they
more dread, for Jf ear of. Themselves ; v
no Repose of Manner, no -Earnestness;
no Speculation, but a harried Transi- -tion
from one question to another. ...
These symptoms, it allowed to go on
which this -Medicine invariably re.
moves soon follow Loss of Power, Fa-
tuity,- and Epileptic Fits,, in one- ofi
which the patient may expire. , ..
During the bnperintendence of Dr.
Wilson, at the Bloominedale Asylum,
this sad result occurred to two patients ;
reason had for' a time left them, and
both died of ' epilepsy ; They were of
both sexes, and about twenty years of
age. - ; . -,: . .
Who can say that these excesses are
not frequently followed by those dire-
ful' diseases. Insanity and Consump- '
tion t The records of the Insane-Asylums,
and the ' melancholy deaths by
Consumption, bear ample witness to the -
truth .qf these ..assertions. . In linnatic
Asylums the most. melancholy exhibi
tion appeared The countenance is ac
tually sodden : and , quite destitute
neither Mirth or Grief ever visits, it.
Should a sound of the voice occur, it is
rarely ajrticulate., tU ... ... ,. .'.
'With woefnl meunrei wan Deapair .
Low ittllen toundi their grief beguiled;"
Wbilst we regret the existence of the
above diseases and 'symptoms, we ' are
prepared to offer an invaluable gift of
chemistry for the removal of the conse
quences: Hblmbold's Highly Con-
ENTR ATED X LU1D JfiXTBACT OP JJUCUtf.
There is no tonio like it. : It is an an
chor of hope tp the surgeon and patient,
and this is the testimony of all who hav
used or prescribed it.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. Prepared at H. T. HELM
BOLD'S Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 594 Broadway, N. T. '
: RECO!VIED.XIOS. ;
i Great Salt Lake Citt, Utah.) -o
January 23, 1868. J
Mr. H. T.s Helmbold Dear Sirt
Your communication -requesting our
terms for advertising was duly received,
but from a prejudice I had - formed
against advertising "cares for ' secret '
diseases," it was left unanswered. Dur-i
Ing an accidental conversation in a Drug.
Store the other evening,, my mind was'
changed on the ' character of your Bu-'
chuJ It was then highly commended
for other diseases by two. physicians,
present.' Inclosed please find oar rates
advertising. Yours, &c '- - ,
T. B. H. STENHOUSE,
Editor and "Proprietor of Daily and
CT ! N. T. 8. Vol. Instttutb, . - ) ,
Cor. 6th. Ave. & 76th St, Central Park.f ;
(A Home and School for the Sons of do.
t,7i" ceased Soldiers.)
Dr. H. T. Helmbold ? Two bottles .
only of the package of yonr valuable
Buchu presented to tbe Institute have
been used by the children, and with per
fect success. In the case of our little
Lieutenant A. J.; his pride ia po longer
mortified, and he is free from the daily
morning anathemas of the chambermaid
who has charge of his bedding. I feel
that a knowledge of the result of our
use of your BtrcHr.with, the , children
under our charge- may save many a Su
perintendent and Matron of Boarding
Schools and Asylums a great amount of
annoy anoe ; and many a poor child suf
fering more from weakness than' from'
habit, may be spared punishment, that
(not knowing it as it weakness instead
of a bad habit) most unjustly inflicted
upon them. Thanking you on behalf of
the children, and hoping other may be.
alike! benefitted, I ' am respectfully
your', i. " COL. YOUNG,
l -i Ooneral Burl'l and Tlinwnr?"'
June 16, 1866. jjMwi-wswi
aoci j32$6bTS and 'shoes;
EXTRAORDINARY SALE !
530,000 . : FIFTY
ivA- - ; -' ' '.i''x
1H E ATTENTIOIV OF
YOUTH'S. MISSES' AND UHILDKEH'H BVV 18
usastf risuuiiajMi vv. iud oeviv iu m.
eompar them with thai uaaJl; eharied s
oat, withooCraMrr, at thetor in DKSaUSK'S
TO em's Kip Boota, all Whole taltaer
Doxi'UlpBMl, ' 4T . vl
ITawtb Kip Boot,
Child. Kip BoeU,
Men'i Calf; Tap-Soled Boo 1m, '' ' -Woneai'a
Call hoe, II rat, .
Wotaara'a Best Morocco Hhoea,1 -
pLavdles Bvnble VJoled Erftatlaiar Coat;,
ladies' do., Silk Gore. Try Beat -
. . , , r
raiaaes Morocco Snoe Polbb
Chllda' Morocco Shoes, ' - -. . ;-'
I" . - tc- ' - fcc- "'aVe
V These goods are gnaranteed to "be of superior material and workmanship, and will, hear eompariaon
With any ia tne market. 1 - ' ..
' Uon't forget tbat tbe sftle is potftiT. and is limited to bat a few weeks. - Another eoeb. spsertanit
Vil?7Xi?g!'J VSSr' n?,",? ,Ka?d 4nd th. ril!nt Plejee (there is bat on.) before bnyisg.
' DKSHLEE'S KEV7 BUIUJiiiQ. opposite tbe Statsskxk 0ic. is the place. Uo and see'
uoods. . . . . i - . .
; deeTeodSmr " ' "V"'' -w:-' ;;.:.(, E. .C CLOUD & C6,
I -y - ?tf."
B 00 K A N D J
Having greatly enlarged our Printing Facilities by the purchase of a complete new
. ; ouuu
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING MATERIAL
The Latest and Host Approved; Style
And tbe addition of New
Generally conceded to be tbe fastest and
In 'connection with RUGGLES', GORDON'8 and WELLS' Job Presses, that bave
proven such successes -in our office, And having the largest and most commodious
building in this city In which to operate, we are now prepared : ; , ,-
TO . EXECUTE EYERY- DESCRIPTION Of PBIIITIflG
In tbe be st and neatest style of tbe art, and upon terms that cannot be competed with.
Our fast New Prepse?, our Improved Economical Machinery the result of the ingp
nulty and1 Inventive talents of the best minds of the age enable us to do good work
at MUCH CHEAPER RATES than can be done in the old stvle and with onhr th old
facilities. Tbe Office is complete in all its
NEW TYPE, NEW PRESSES
Books. - r
Handbills. I . :
Bjank Books, 1
COLORED AND POSTER PRINTING
WIXjZj IT EOBIVB BPBOIATi ATTMlffTIOMT.
LAWYERS' BRIEFS AND LEGAL PRINTING.
In tbls specialty we
Having More Presses than, all Other Printing
Offices in the City Combined.
i ::- -Hi' ;- ..;,.;..'.,. ; .'.. .-: --:
We ar prepared to execute all kinds pf Printing, In any color, at lower prices than
our neighbors. , .. . j . ,
ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
1 1.1 i'.
Nos. 36, 38 and 40
i;i Lad 7,-,.'-
IS CALLED TeTHK miiirIn...
rr thin. ln J?f wlFf "T
AWUPHUB?, now off.rad for uli
SAW UVllMUSU. look at aom.of Uc Tprieeaaod
: A l"-!l.'
; fS OO, Kegmlmr prlc so
-:.00,'' 'if '' S.OO)
l.SO, I 4.09
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f- -r ,mL, OSO,
M Ac, Ac
O B JET EI N T ING
or- .'j i
Presses, including a '
best Printing Machine In tbe world.
tlf ft i
arrangements, and can do the work with
Progr am me si
Crculars, V' - ! ; :
Dru? Labels, - V 7
Bills-of Fare, Etc.,
& WITH DI&PATCH.
. North r Higli ; Street;
1 lrt j:t.s
GEO. W. MEEKER, Chairman. WHAT SHE SANG. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Cincinnati Money 29.
GOLD--136 buying," " " " '
s MOJfEY-Qalet ceni M
New York Money Market—Jan. 29.
MONEY Easy at 67; demand lahrand
supply ample. .. : -,.--f !
STERLINQ EXCHAK-GE--at6adw at
UOLD-Dull; opened at 136, elovd at
130. An attempt was made to depress the
preiutam by the report that the ban Be?
tutii received a lsrjre amount of Rilvac
from Canada. It proved to beoniy 25,0C0.
New York Money Market—Jan. 29. New York Stock Market—Jan. 29.
GOVERNMENT STOCKS Bteadv-
.eierra ridn?2d foP
Klstered -bonds continues. It Is state
nsvf. 5 :,r,"! ;W?Pns ot
rune En.mnvM. .
"81 11 2K
3i6ft' ao ttotiS
10: do '67 logIiosi
; do new 1081
WS??m!SHi do '68 iowS
iAlLWAYSTOCKS Virmeran,! ,Jl
ant for western ' sharefi "New YorV
dull and lower on Tepdrts thatunfavorable
Wll were Introduced in theLegislature.
The feeling Is very bullish In nearly all
directions, and still hlguer prices are an tlo
ipated. JUigcellaneous And express stock?
are animated and higher, -
6:30 Drlces. Wella' - Eram.s-.-fiflafC-
American 44K;' Adams 63: United
Stat Jbii(a,55: MerchnnM'Tk)!,, WUfi
18; Paciilo Matt -120(3(120; Western 1
Union Telegraph ' 88 39: Ncw-Vork .
Central 1631633; , Erie 3S36W; HatUl
son 134135; Harlem .185"136; iteadlnjri
97a97W; ) 'ferre --Hsnt- 4243;' Wabash
6666i;- St; Paul n77J';-rort,Wayn .
Micliitran Central 1I9O120: m i,him,ft
Southern 91g94;niinols Central 133
13;PtU8buri.b e696;.Toledo lQWt
84S4.: C. a fc i. C. 66: f!. I' fi T.
.7V ! t .! .5. .A ' J iii.i-,u ft 1!' 1
' .t.wwn "
New York Market—Jan. 29.
sales at 296 Tor middling uplands. .
ruuvKr-wiosea auu ana o(ft;oc.,iower. .
WHEAT Verr aulet. andT about lo
lower. '.. .. , " -
gYE-,rNonilnalt. t XH51: SO-tor w e.
rn. I've (:! s .
OATS QuTet at 74Jo In store,
CORN-DuU at 8295C for new mtredJ
western'."! T) .
PORK Dnll snd heavy," with' hovers" of
new mess at $30, and sellers at f30JQ,-i 3
BEf.F-Dull and- unchanged. ,
CUT MEATS Firm and In " fair ''jdaT"?
mand. ---i . ii.rfi-w ' ' "'4
BACON Very aulet aid scaroelv mo,
firm.. ; -r 'V.yt.O O
1 LARD Dull and heavy at 20,t20"aa
for prime steam and on snot for fuiura cW. ,n
livery. - . ... ' . ';-.'; . at
isuus Steady at 2830c, .!,
Cincinnati Market—Jan. 29.
FLOUR Dull at $7 758 00: "
WHEAT-i)ull:'NO. 1 red. tl 7ft No:-
: CORN Firmer and advanced to 67(
6Sc. " '" " "' -"!' '..
OATS Firmer at 6164c;.4
COTTON Firm at 2An trr mtMUno- 'f
PROVISIONS Inactive. "
PORKMess t31. - - k -J,J-M-2
BULK MEATS Neglected, -,'
BACON Limited demand t 'Ul. Ylit
and 18c. ' '
LARD Held at 20c. -
HAMS-muear cured l9(7,19fee.! -ti,w '
! BUTTER Dull at 30fa.35c. - '
i EGGS 1920c.- " ? ' J T
u;iia Clover dull at f 2 202 25.
OILS Lin need 07: Lard SI RifSA 153.
Chicago Market—Jan. 29.
; FLOUR Quiet at $5 256 50 for spring . i
WHEAT Moderatelv active: dubseauent-"
lv became dull, and declined l4(cb,4ci sales
ol No 1 at 1 191 21 i; No 2 at 1 U A
i:i4?4, ' closing ar i ii; sales siuce
'Change at $1 14. fi . p '' - -'
CORN Firmer. andM(Webiaben sales -
or new at 66)57J$c; no grade at 52)4
64Ki closing at 67 lor-newrsalesof niw
at o8c seller. Marco; 58ia buyer. Febra,
aryr B7Jc, seller February; and. No 1
69c, seller last half April; unchanged this
aicernoon. , . ,
Tejected 4646c, . closing At49i lor & r
z; sajes oi jNoa as oyc. Duyer, jj eBruaiT;, . -aod
seller March. J- wl
RYE-Dull at $1 171 18 for NoU""1 .
BARLEY Dull and So lowsrs saleaof
No2at$V70l 79, closing at $1 78.Y -WI
OJKJiiSSifiU J1UUS yuiet; closing at f!3 ,
&13 60 ior frosen. and tl2 60(313 m fnri!1
common to medium dividing on 200 lbs; sail
live dull and -2o lower; sales at $ia a0i-ini
10 60 for fair to medium, and: S10
11 60 for good to extra.' ' " " . '.
Toledo Market—Jan. 29.
FLOUR On let and stead v. zVn-t t 'i.'i ir,t .
. WHEAT Moderately active at tl 67 tef j
amber; $1 83 for No. 1, white Michigan; t .
spring 2c better, 'with 'sales of No: 3 asJ
$L 12; rejected $1 02; amber buyer Febm-"""
ary 3c- lower., tni..i v't . : n.rr t4
CORN Opened, active and closed te8.,T.,8
strong; new 67c;. rejected 65c, cioslnjj t.,
64Jic; yellow 73c." - 1 ' Vs ' -:'''OAT3V
better; Michigan BScjNoi SI
56c. .-, ' t.!sTwj--! -.nil ban ..Z'.'l JtHiL-xI
RYE Dull.. j 2 v V ..r.-f-rr r win
B ARLEY if 6. i SUte advanced 5c?" V
selling at $1 80; Canada unohangedi ' 'r n- .
DRESSED HOGS Quiet at 13JiV!J riasa;
' PORK Mesa advanced 50c, w4ib sales ateo'i
ill anrl nnminoiiv rin '
changed. !- -t t
'i x. il si ..Jia
Cleveland Market—Jan. 29.
' FLOUR-JQulet and demand light. ''Cltr
made XXX white atllll 25; XXb-ho
ber $9 75; XX red winter C8 r26X d
8 50; XXsprin f 7 708 00; country mada jit
XX red and amber 7 G08 00; $7 00 . '-.
7 60 forXXsprjng; 9 2510 00 foriX '-n
white. .- - ; - -j ' -' 1"i-i; 1
- WHEAT Moderate demand but lower; -'J
No. 1 red winter sold at 1 69; No 2 do.at j
1 58. s v' . : - . . '"" ...
CORN Sales ear on track at '6466c;' "T
new shelled on spot at 70o. "' ; i-j j ws '
OATS Held at 6061o- i U-'vr- A w'i'x '
- RYE-rHeld at $1 301 .32 for No. 1 state,, -j
and western. .- j- ' .".";'.
BARLEY Quiet and a shade nxmeri' No l csid
1 held at 1 J5l 80, n-'Tg
St. Louis Market—Jan. 29.
FLOUR Dull and unchanged,. . .', r .
WHEAT Dull: and without auotabl .
change. - i v.- ...
COKX very dull at 68720 . :n at
OAT&-Better at 6963o. .. ( . .,vr. U ,ws .-i j
EYE Firmer at $1 2ol 29. ''
BARLEY Unchanged : sales at it "90Sf
3 00 lor prime to choice spring. :" X-
WHlSKl-rJncbanged; sales BOai! r l"-s
PROVISIONS Dull with little dimnd, a
PORK-$31 0031 50. . .r ,,,,
BULK ME Al'S -Unch anged'. , . '" ? JO
BACON Unchanged. - isii- m -ii
LARD Dull at 20oi"!i ori .ji';i2 e
Buffalo Market—Jan. 29.
BARLEY" S3 10 In store. .
.1 t IJJVJ
Other articles nominally nnchanged. r-'fi
Milwaukee Market—Jan. 29.
FLOUR Dull and prioes unchanged
WHEAT Dull; $1 18J lor No. l In
store. . ' . iv.c.q
New York Dry Good Market—Jan. 29.
The drv goods market Is dull and vet '"l
Arm. ' .'"''
Hakinr appropriations fortinrpoaea tberelB bubo.S ,
8ectioh1. Bait ordatned tyth City Council 8 6
pf the city of. Columbaa. That Shea ba and it f.Mm
berebj appropriated from any money in the Treas- .
ary aot heretofore appropriated, thefeUQWina same ' wilW
of money, to-wit: . , .7... . J. (,
For expenses ot Street Commissioner and Chain
Uu. ai.ooa.i , , . Z,.. . , .. " i r.0
or expenses of Fn Department and payment of
old debia, -as.soo.' ' - - -t-Tr,ai9l
For expenses of City PoIiea.tI.4G0. '. rA ),'xd
- For the payment of salaries of City Offloers, ,
ot the payment of Frintlnc and Stationery,,
ror payment or expenses or t-tty ran. x,aeaj. ,i, ,,,u
rot paymeni oi mxjfuvm Hvuiiuai jiiextuan, f;.,T,,
paTement.Sl.sSl W . 7 lutra-
For the payment at expenses oi East Qrare Yard. T W
"For the paymeotof expenses 'of boodaie-' Paxk15 '"'l
tO.. " .! L "'r i LA A-i'ifm-
. For the payment of noU doe- J. JL Push on the ...
. Fer payment of xpentes of Mart at HoM( fM. .
For part payment of Thomaa C. ThurmaiT fo ,OK't
S J)tin t" and Oriaje,aoe. 7 to
bao. a, 1 he severaj auma of money appropriated r . .
by theforegotaa. section shall be expended in tbe
manner preaoiibed by the Sfth. seetion of (heardi. 0,
iaatcAliiT' the duties oi the City Clerk, passed T Tr
hUy - f j.irt ejII
WM. NAGHTEN. President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.