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;;VOL. XXXVI. W:v, .; S COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER! 6, 1868. ' NUMBER' 57.
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4tiona) insertion , , t
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Jwtktkii of Obatbs, 50 eents.
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JU tronsieai advtrUtemmU mui Is paid for at
IktHm taayore extend. " ' - - .
fc ARCHITECT. ;
iiT' V. BKAOKE3, vi-t - ... .
; XV. , Architect, Civil bncinr, Ae. '
-AaU? aVJsLtJaQ-a 4X IM An .- .
XJ ATTORNEY 8 AT LAW
Offiee, Ho. 69 Sooth Sigh street, Ambo Bufld-
- JLiTJ-9 W. IIULIM ' '
-J-.-. "ATTOSNK I-AT-LAW A MAYOR.: '-.w
"ITIj&WAmIO T. Det-ANV, ' ' J '"''
-JDi ATTUKiN 1-AT-L A W A Notary PnbHoi.
.;: i .; i.bjj -- r, v., 'Offioe.in Parson's fiaildincr
sxrii-oN woodruff; 1 :
W. ATTOR-iE IfS-AT LAW." ' 6-1
-- Offioe 00 stthilih4rejet. Ambos BaHding.
'AUCTION AND COMMISSION.;
J Auctioneer and Dealer ra BeVs! Estate Bonsa-
Uoada,CMthi-g and Notinua,- -
...... -: , No. I West Broad atreet.
tVtUKii HA Eat. :.-'t-
Jl,., barber and Hair Dresser.
- Rot nl Cl-l.i
Hatns. Haaement f ostotbee U aldm.
. ; . ,y BOOK BINDERS
" -luEtl'A tc t-ll-l-l-Y.
O Book Binders Blank Book ManuCaotnrers,
. primer, ana. s-nnusnera..
BOOTS. &. SHOES.
X. WlLLIAAIs At CO . -
144 boutn- High street. J ust received, an
, dies, pit
stew styles, tow prices.
' rtLMI'OUUA . '-- o.'
' JLJ Is the noted house for aooa Boats and Shoas
ax low pnees., aw otocK jubtreeeired
,. 276 South High street.
Iki : :,.:: COAL DEALER .
,noBlSOK:CO, ',. ...
' li. 1 1. t- tiff.Kni, ni.rnr?A.i
Aeke; Draus I lie amd dteoe aewer ripe.
No.2Sl .North His
in street. L
-COMJVUSS10N MERC a AN TS.
IITCH Sc SON. - p '
. .Commission. Jf'orwardinr and Produce U er-
hanta, daalara m Grain, Floor. Ac, 1 W. Broad
Street. ... . ,.. , .
(Xt t. MACNAKrASEas CO.,
J Manulacturer and Dealers in French, Ger-
' man ana American corsets. Also, Hoop skirts.
. 181 Opera House.-
.T1 CROCKERY, &c. '
'mm. tKLTON. -: . ' - i
1 f V Wkoleeale and RetaU Dealer in China,
. Qneeneware, GUjs, Plated Goods, Lain ps and Lamp
fixtures. 4 moron Bign street.
'rfl 'A. ITS-AAA'. -.
. Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
-in Croekery, Cbina, Glaus, Cutlery, Plated Goods,
JoeJ Oil Lamps. Ao. .
.369 South High street, i
11 1 A AA Si AAA Sk KAM1KUKK. mini
.77- -t i .1
. We aim to be the ftes..
f ri-W, DUNN DENTIST. The best styles
v . at Dentistry, including : llnnn s lmproTM
Aiioersi riaie. umee, iu aud 11 opera block.
A". JbiKss.AV 4k CO.,
Dealers in Drv Goods. Notions Csrnets.
"Cloths, Mattings, bnades. Bats,
Caps and Dura,
r Hign and Friend
IT" St- riNIMKK Sr i O. ""
la - 148 rlouth High afreet. 3
- Carpet Mattings.OilClotha.Curtains.ijta la-and
! ancy nry boods. , . , , , , . '
lf , 'A.4t U.AAI,
tV holesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
fancy uu uiAjua, muvL Miuiwiuins vi xwum
lioass. m p. man s'Teec.
tOUAA'l'H -AlAAV tiUOUH H HftLki. ,
ATw F. Kram A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods and
joui.bs. ui rourcusirees.!. i.
i 1 1 'I -h: 1 !
J Wholesale and Retail Dtaler In t)rr Goods.
Naaghton Buildinc. Noe. 118 and 1 Hooth Hige
atreec . i - "
J ASHON A UluGIIV. I dii ' ';
IV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents furnismng Uoods. no. CJNeil House.
4 1 11XMU191'
4jAbA AY CO.,
VI Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
No- 89 aonth tiiph street
a C. AScASl.A,lr dc UU..
A Foreign and Domestic Dry Goodn Cloths,
A-ore, etc. umiaxu Bontn Higa street, - -
U . JOHN S ROBfcRTS.-
Droggist and ApoUiecaryr
164 North High street.
'M WH0LASALE A BBi'AlL DRUGG1ST3.
k a. Aa A. St,- Ak. u I'I'aAl A4 . . '
: . 100 south rtiati at.. yoiuuioua.v.
DttAtlD, AASAl SiSA -Jr. CO..' " ' ' "
XX W holesale and Reiail DruxEista. and DcAtten
Iu Proprietary Medicines.
94 North High street.
' KN GRAVERS.
731CME8) 4k MOOME,
- Designers, finxrayers and Pnblialieni: " ICntm.
rial anu uuier icai, auKnven w, oraer. r-
Nos. 107 and 100 South High street.
:v-y.:-.v FURNITURE,- &c;
-.nr nn RTTsi CAftlrsET CO.. . .
V. Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in A urniture. tnairs, naiirasses, era.
.... , . No. 301 South High DA.-(.Opera House).
4"vsjisn aSAr as in BX ff) K Ad CO..'
t I u.......,n,.nffiprtAluu b'arnitnra. Whole
sale' and Retail W ardroom, 6. 1 and 8 Gwynue
B. ABAS1HUM1, At: 4JO-.
' Dealer in MmitiM StwM and FTonse Far
Dishing Goods. ,Alo. Tin. Copper and Sheet!
W are. . 17 East Town .tree
J. House FnTnishing Goods, Mantles, Grates,
voppar. Ain auu oiibbs iron, a Loves and Aianues.
1 j. rt "r ; o Boath High street.
-a STOiH. XA ILOH At Hurv.
i. Dealers in Hardware) House Furnishing Goods,
Marble and biata AianUea, Grata, Sh vaa. Hot
H uxnaces. io. ' - norm High street.
XLm , AtanuiMturar and Whohwaht Dsalar in
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Beelia Zaphar
and fancy uuuuei owum uii.ium.
SP. AXTEliM -.
DmIw is MosicjJ Uarcbandue. Booi. St
tionerj and Panoy Goods toneral It. Hpecial Aent
fur th eelebrated 1
Alias nuno uviu . , v . m
m.aaiti.. - -
i6 rJoath HimT
.. "I. W. IACF" ' !
iVl (Bocc-Mor to E. iaaO Dealr in Fs5i Cap.
Fun and Straw Uood zv Bout a uicn street.
l-liao viim.a oaw
I J- ' " OoDfl-itO DTKt.
J. U. iA v tutOH. fropnotor.
UNI'I'EO MI'AXES HOVE!.,
VornOr High and Town .treats. '
JV Pt-UU I, rropneton
ZI-XI I-EK HOUSE, i ' v
Corner Konrth A Friend sts. Commodious
hoate and axlensiva stablee . j -
1m A. boweks. rropnetor.
340 South High otreatt Good ilabling aUtoh-;
d (a premises.
W Pi THATCHER, Proprietor.
Conn kc rrccr -ncTfjAit life
snranoa Companr.' Assets, 18,coa.000.
. WM. JAHiSUiN, Agent, UoiUinDus.U.
NEWKIRK nitTEKBEBOER, . "
UENtRAL AQEKXS Seonritj Life Insnranea
CompaBr:. .-. t iMo. 6 Opera Houae.
HOME INSGBANCIi COIIIPA1 V OF
ColnmbBS, O. apitai and Assets, 4ael4.S7.
W. C. Ja. BAKEK, See'y. . . i
-lii'i j-'i . umee. jmos.1uperauonsa
MILLINERY GOODS. ,
-Vi NlllintOrlSfi v. -. i ..i
Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods. '
' - Ml 8.Hieh street. Opera House Block.
- A. . sTIlAI t IV KIM sCL
AV.A A-'V-klOl 1 11 H1IIIUOI, Ull UUWW aauii- Aitiu
mine tf JNurth High ttroet
I ifi h. wit-Kir, v- 'I
J. Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim.
mine nd raney Goods.. 130 South Uigb street.
SCHA. HArsEN Sc OBLLEBei, '
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-
Wo. 68 North High street,
1 . ' 1 ' j . i
Aierchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. lAlsoaxent forth. Diamond Shirts.
ii eoucn nun street..
rpHKOHIO jHERCHNT Till-OKINS
II A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High s. Gents'
suits made to erder. Rrady-made Clothing al
ways on band. (, . .. ,
"JOHN XI. BICKENBACHLBK, . ;.
TJ ' Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents r urnishing Goods. . ' .
1 ' no. oi jiortn man street.
MKRCHANT TAILOR. ' South High It.
Choice stock of Clothing eonstantly on hand.
'-rNEWS DEALERS. J I
ANDKAWil At HVI.L, - " ' :
News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 riouh High street aex' door to Postoffice. -,
X? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer, and Bind-
rublioations m both German and hngnsh.' :
331 rioath High stre-t.
A HOHCWKt PKHK1 it CO., . '
t.: Jianufacturars and Dealer in Writrmr, Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 3 k 06 North High tt. "
vr vn at mveue. . -. -.. -
L Dealer in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Nonh High street. ' -
-r f -r PHOTOGllAPHJiRS. -.v .
j - W ponin High street.
J,. -Tt. KLLIOTT, . . t . - C 't
- PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sis. -
J. ARCHEK, - -
Photographs, Ambrotypas, Gem; eto ate
. No. 830 South High street.
DOWN!. JTI. D.
3 Opera Housev Treats Diseases of the
Kje, Ear, Heart, Tfaroat and Langs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children. - n,
-.v,..vpianos:; . . .
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte k
Co.'t and Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
; - 36 North Higa ttreet. '
Asent for Chickerine's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet slneic.
. ... 3i ooutn Align street.
, RESTAURANT. ,
BARK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and Hich rtreets. " -
CHARLb x AlYitU, Proprietor.
;, SEWING LACHINES.
A ETNA SBWINfi 1T1ACH1NES. ' -rV,
.The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera
W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES -AND JEWELRY.
RD. DCilB.AU. Sc CO.. . -.
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware, Spectacles, Ao., No. 11 i.at Town
street. ' " ' ' '
C-1ATK8 A HAKRWUIO,: -1
31 (CiUMiessors to Wmi Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, bilver Ware aud Speo
taoles. No. 3 Neil HouFe. - - -
F: a; i I..' LErttiERki'X, ' '
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clock and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY , WHOLESALE.
XJ Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynn. Block. Town street.
OAiAiD, Ak CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. Gwynne Block. 1 own St. r
KiKro . T i fi 1
OTICE18 BtHCBTGIVEN TO
all whom it ma, concern, that the CitrDank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carry ins on-business as an Indepen
dent Banking .oinpany at the city ol Cleveland,'
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Hanking Com
panies," passed February SAtb, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and dosing its Banking business,
to ttat end has. in pursuance of the statntes of the
said rttate of Ohio in such oase made, paid and re
deemed more than ni nety per cent, of the inaxi mum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ol State of the said State of
Ohio to he destroyed, and have provided means and
secretary and Audit r 01 owe 01 sais oiaie 01
tUlO to to. reueuipwiuii vi iw ituunauuin, nmui
emulation at the offioe of the National City Bank
af Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, wh.ro
said City Bank is located. . - .
Done ay order 01 me coara m I'lraown 01 iu.
litv Bank of Cleveland, July 9th, I "68, r
... LBAJ U LL W ICK. President.
Bank Notice. NOTICE.
: BANK OF COMMERCE, f
CLVSLANB, May 23, 1868.1 '
MOTIfR 1 llt'KKHT GIVEN TOTIIE
. 1. v hnlilAn, nf th mit.tnHin notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested.
mat alter tne expiration of six montns irom mis
date, application will oe trade to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender t said
I Bank the si- ok deposited to secure th outstanding
circuin.iuu u& saiu Dim in pursuance ot tne ioru
ni'.i .cabiuu ui me net to authorisa rree Hang
tug, passed March 31st. 1861. ...... .
tt tv ry vEt PBRhUNS. Prwident
H. R. Hurlbct. Cashier. mav36 d6m
The Sisters of St. Marj's,
1 I SomerscL Pmtt conDtT. will open thir i.r..
and ipmoious building for the reorption of popils on
t ksa fli-ATfc Unndar in seDteiiaber. 1808. For rktrd mnA
l aition. $76, Seo. 986 and fiHJ, aoowrdinjc to th d-
nartmentoi loepapiu ox. rvuoiJ, oup i.
AfllirTjBO AU BSitAajas-iAfcA
FOR HALE, r
I m T7 v vitiKh. nil ruivjjr.iMji uwnbu uy
L Rudolph Rickly, on the National road, east
Blind Asylum, eonsisiing ui a uuuuie ones, nouse,
stable, slaughter bouse and outbuildings, and one
aora and a nail oi giuiuiu.. wuryi. w . -.,
, -. , , . ' 41WO ISSi
oott-eodlm , ' . 168 Jtast Friend street.
FEMALES,' OWING TO THE
peculiar and important relations which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
can long be suffered to run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. The sex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of those troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex." -'
EXTRACT OF BLTI1U.
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others Apply vainly to drug
gists end doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of. a cure, or
"apply remedies which make them worse.
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although it may
b produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment," unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused . by direct irritation, ap-
.... ..' - rr , m . ,
plied to tne mucous memorane ot tne
vagina itself..' '. ...
When reviewing the causes of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them.'-. It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly,' the 'welfare of the entire
human family."1 The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years .that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the ball-room. lhus, with tne body
half-clothed, and 'the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid-
ight revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. -
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil.' "When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise iudis
pensable to the attainment and retention
ot organic health and strengtn ; tne ex
posure to night air ; the sudden change
of temperature f the complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legitr
mate effect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, and the un
fortunate one. hitherto bo utterly reeard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
the experience of thousands of our young
.Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system,, composed ot what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an - early period ot
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see
these erootionsj when excessive, lead
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self completed tbeir development.
For Female Weakness and Debility
Whites -or lieucorrboea, Too irrofus:
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued Jferiodu. for Jfrolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known
Helmbold s Compound : Extract of
Bucuu. Directions for nse, diet, and
advice, accompany. '
Females in every period of life, from
infancy .to extreme old age. will find it
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions, "blrengtli is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold
Extract Bdchtj is more strengthening
than any of the preparations oi Jiark
t . - f. . i . r " .1 T .
or iron, lnnnitety saier, anu muro pleas
ant. ' Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of th
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now ottered to amictea nu
manity as a certain cure for the follow'
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, Mental and Jf bysical Depression
Imbecility, ueterminanon or .Blood to
the Head, Contused ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at mgbt, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganizatiou or Paralysis of the Organs
jeneration, .raipuauon oi tne neari
aud. in fact, all the concomitants of
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
a 1 A T T t' . m 1
out. A8K ior HEL.MBULD s. a a Re no
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. -,. '".v ' ' '
Pricr. $15 per bottle, or 6 bottleB
for $60. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y. , . ;
, None are genuine unless done up '
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac simile
of my. Chemical Warehouse, and agned
H. T. HELMMH.D.
During the recent pleasant weather
ealers have been unusually busy in
bringing, out new styles of dinner and
evening dresses, and costumes for street
wear. - Generally the nflw Styles are
chaste and elegant;' the Vichness of ma
terial and the tasteful arrangement of
trimming making the new evening
resses very attractive. Ihe wide,
round collar, so much worn here, is not
n vogue in Paris. The dress is finished
with a narrow'band, and a small linen
collar is fashionable there for street
wear. . -
The dresses are full on the back, with
puffs and bows a la Watteau, and the
panier style for the street is much worn.
There is a novelty in black lace veils; a
wreath ui different colors, or in gold, is
wrought around the edge. These veils
are showy, but it is doubtful if they be
come general favorites ; the prettiest
one on exhibition bas a wreath ot green
leaves exquisitely wrought., x -
t There is a slight advance in tne price
of imported trimmings, laces, silks, etc.
The manufacturers of Paris and Lyons
say that as the prices of the necessaries
of life have increased, tbey must pay
their workmen higher rates, consequent
ly there is little prospect of a decrease
in the price ot imported materials.
Water-proot cloth, tor suits to be worn
in unpleasant weather, is in great de
mand. A fine and handsome material
for ordinary wear has recently been im
ported under the name of the English
water-proof. It is superior to all other
kinds, and is in various colors, black or
brown making the handsomest suits.
Nothing new in Bilks has" yet appeared,
though it is reported there will be novel
ties next month. Meantime toilettes for
grand occasions are of satin and change
able and embroidered silks.
A new and fashionable suit is of Sul
tana red under-skirt with three i narrow
ruffles around the bottom, and over-skirt
of black silk, trimmed with netting and
tassel fringe. The over-skirt is looped
up at the sides with bows or wide rib
bon, and has full paniers at the back.
A new style is of golden brown pop
lin, with a flounce ten inches wide
around the bottom. The overdress is
close fitting in the back and loose in
front, with narrow rcrffles"B6t on with a
fold of the same,' nd is festooned at the
sides with rosettes of the same. Fancy
jacket frills trimmed with ruffles are at
tached to the belt at the back, a la pan
ier. The sleeves have two puffs at the
top. ' ' ' ' A ''"
Something entirely new and elegant is
. ... . .
of heavy black silk, with a satin nuttng
ten inches wide around the bottom ot
the skirt, and headed by a narrow box
plaiting of satin. Theoverskirt is open
front; and the back.wbicbisin full panier,
is fulled at the bottom and trimmed with
tassel fringe. This o'verskirt is caught
up at the sides by satin bow and ends
There are fancy jacket trills at the belt,
and satin fluting to match the skirt Bet
ori the sleeves in form of puffs, and 'wide
fringe across the shoulders
Velvet suits are tasuionable and ele
gant, whether in entire suits or with an
underskirt ot some contrasting color.-
A suit worn on the street recently, was
noticeable for its elegance. X he under
skirt was of scarlet poplin, with three
narrow ruffles around the bottom ; the
upperskirt was of black velvet, finished
on the bottom with a. small silk cord.
basquine of velvet, with short skirt, com
pleted the suit. These suits are in great
demand, and do not necessarily require
costly trimming, as the richness of the
. 1 . T il. - -li l! .' 1
material rentier mem attractive,) ueu
Several novelties in velvet cloaks are
on exhibition at A. 0. Headley & Co.'s
A new style is a half-fitting sack with
sleeves, the skirt long, reaching to within
one-fourth of a yard of the bottom
the dress skirt, and trimmed with wid
lace. A large round cape falls as low
the length of the sleeve, and wide lace
on the edge. A small lace cape falls
over the shoulders; there is wide lace
the hand, turning back upon the sleeve
and attached to the back of the belt are
wide ribbon bows, with long ends reach
ing to the length of the sack
- Another novelty in" velvet is close-
fitting, long and open at the back for
half yard trom the bottom, each side
trimmed with wide lace, the same
finishes the lower edge of the sack.
wide strip of black silk made in puffs,
by bands ot velvet, is set on the back
sloping from the belt down ' the ' seams,
ioining the back and side breadths, and
in bait circular torm aDove tne opening
at the back. There is a small round
cape, trimmed with wide lace and a fall
of lace at the back.
The , panier cloak is new and fash
ionable. It is of velvet with close -fitting
bodice; the skirt is open in front and
does not meet. Over this space of four
inches silk tringe and tassels tall. Ihe
skirt in front slopes slightly outward
from the waist. The back is full, and
gathered at the side seams. Bands
silk joined to the belt and the bottom
make the back in tour putts, a la panier.
A bertha of lace is worn with it.
Another new style in velvet is a tight
fitting basque, short at the sides and
front, and trimmed with wide lace. The
back is much longer than the Bides
straight across the bottom, makin
square corners, and the lace extend
from the corners to the sides. There
two rows of lace on the back, the secon
resting on the velvet. Silk ornaments
are set on the back above the lace an
at the waist. A lace bertha is attached
above which are two rows of ornaments
to match those on: the: skirt,' with three
tassels at " the back' falling below
Cloaks for ordinary wear for carriage
wraps are made in scotch plaids, an
for walking in unpleasant weather wa
ter-proof cloth is used. . A new desigi
for either is a circular with sleeves.
round cape, quite deep at the back and
attached to the sleeve . io tront, torms
flowing sleeve. : Another is made in
long and very loose sack, with sleeves
and a cape, round in tront, deep at
back.running down in long sash ends that
cross. This cape, in plaid, is trimmed
with a strip of plush of some harmoniz
At the great millinery house of Sim
mons, Opera House, we find the follow
ing new styles: Less satin is' used"
hats: it principally serves for facing
piping. The mantilla veil is still
of the bonnet and worn longer than
ever. The scarf veil, braids of quilted
lace, and broad lace strings, are
Been on elegant hats. Thread veils
square, and long enough to I fall below
the chin. ,-:.:
Evening bonnets are .of white uncut
velvet or lace, with velvet folds, and are
seldom seen without the large mantilla
of white ' Spanish lace wrought with
floss in large figures, stars, wheat ears,
sprays of flowers and ferns, with border
of rich, sparkling, white blonde. 1 he
veil often falls from . the diadem back
ward over the bonnet and sweeps the
shoulders. ' - i .
The bonnet frames are narrow across
the top, but come well over the ears in
length,, and with their diadem fitting
closely over the hair, and vail falling in
full folds below, are really more protec
tion to the -head than their size would
show, and are all that is necessary in
the present - Btyle of wearing the hair.
X he new shades are a pure taint gray
called Star of the Morning, like the mist
broken upon by early light, a natural
shadow tint that combines with any col
or, but especially well with blue or rose
crimson. Scarlet is too hard a contrast.
Absinthe takes its name from the green
ish, olive of the beverage, and is a doll
iap green, needing gold and emerald
trimmings to enliven it. Begina purple
is like blue flame, the most intense, pur
ple, with no perceptible tinge of red as
in the royal purple, but belonging to
that class,' a deep, intense, splendid col
or: ' - ; : ' : , :
The Bergen is a pretty shape for all
a low, round bat, with no denned brim,
covered - with circles of quilled 'black
lace, the' edge bound with crimson vel
vet, and a velvet spray of. field-yine.'and
berries, the same color lying carelessly
on the almost level top. - A jet pin at
the backand brides of quilled lace and
velvet,- finish this graceful affair, which
would be pretty with any color,
.Louis 2.111. hat,' " resembling a sugar
scoop of drab felt," sunk in a brim ; nar
row velvet binding, half, .wreath of gray
velvet oak loaves and tiny acorns, a large
warm hued rose to the left; triple loops
in one bow, and single streamer of broad.
heavy,' gray ribbon at the back, a
The Norma hat is distinguishable by
its large san are vail, attached br a cor
ner to. the' front brim, covering the ,vel;
vet, and flying down .the back, the Bide
corners folded back en revert to display
the rich edge. The hat is something
the Marie Antoinette shape, and the out
side Is trimmed with a large rose and
dull foliage. , ,
The neckties in vogue for gentlemen
are the plain and striped Windsor di
afonal strmed : scarfct. sauare. crossed
O A , -- ' l '
and pinned ; the' Dane, a large ' folded
scarf,-folded in -knot and - pinned, with
string to pass round the neck ; . narrow
ties" in stripes and' spots, Scotch and
Tarkish stripes and plaids, and the large
white-spotted blue ties. ' r Sleeve-buttons
are of square stones, or dogs or horses
heads of large size in .oxidized saver;
large English initials in the latter metal
are. also worn. - Charms foi . the watch
guard ara small.,, lockets with - -crystal
face; on pressing a spring a roulette
ball, dice or rouge tt noir flies in sight,
spins round and stops ; complete games
can be carried thus at the guard-chain
Canes' are slender switches,' imitating
natural wood, knotted and ribbed.-t ."
The neck-tie most worn is folded,
resemble a sailor's scarf. It is of plain
reps, of 'quiet colors, or in diagonal
stripes. It is known both as the Wal
lace and the Opera- scarf. The Lord
Stanley scarf, iu broad folds, concealing
the shirt tront, is popular lor street wear.
Tartan plaids, cbamelous, and the . gay
: Roman scarfs' of rainbow stripes
worn by fastidious gentlemen who have
j hitherto avoided high colors. Young
gentlemen of nautical tastes wear
yacht handkerchief a square of blue
silk, bordered, with white, tolded around
the neck, forming a loose sailor's knot
at the throat. A good idea is a combi
t nation neck-tie and watch-guard called
! the Norwood.! -' T V - - 1 E"J ;
; Evening ties are of .white lawn, lav
ender satin, or black gros grain. ' White
satin is reserved for bridegrooms.
," The - most fashionable style of
now, as we learn from Clark 6c Farmer,
Neil House Block, our fashionable hat
ters, is the Alpine,' a sort of sugar-loaf
shape, very becoming to most gentlemen.
-The fashionable silk hat Las an oval
and English brim. It is lower even
than the summer style, and is one of
most dressy shapes issued for years.
Clark & Farmer's, too, we learn that
newest fashions in furs , are the black
astrachan . boa and skating muff,
ermine boa Imperial, long ; the Imperi
al ermine boa, short; the ermine neglige
boa. ,, The skating pattern is the pre
vailing style for muffs. . , T
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. - & L. ; LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 1$2
CAKES, . . SPECTACLES,
.: . cirrEER-wv'1 ' ;:
GOLD PE3IS, .
POCKET-BOOKS and .
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
; Keep constantly on hand a large assortment
Setb Thomaa' sttidl WalerbutyClock,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
C ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY,
Watch Bakers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (A renon and ueneva) in tun supply at
: AW AH orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. . .
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX.
1 febla-eodly" fo. 71 South High St., Uolumbns.
.'"' DEALER IU -
WATCHES, CLOCKS, J E WELR1,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac. '
173 Booth High street, Columbus, 0. Repairing
eareiully done and warranted. '. m-uuoui
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Slreet,near Main,
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HENRY P. ELIAS, - - - --...Proprietor.
ra-HIS PnPTTI.AH TTniTSR. CENTRALLY
' X. catedand convenient to business, and to
points of travel, is the most desiriaoie stopping
place for persons visiiing th. eit o pain
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant
every particular. "j myw-oom
Elias Fisher )
Befor Jas. M. Paxton, J,
of Nnrwioh township.
3... . . I
James Lishley.) Franklin coun'y, Ohio.
rvs THK KIOHTH DAY Olr OCTEBER !
) said justice issued an order of attachment
the above action, tor tne sum oi inirty uoilars.-
octn3w-r ELIAS FISHER.
. , MEDICAL,... ;
A IIVING DEATH!
The eon firmed dTffneptie dirt almost Mr with Sf. I
Peter-! die d&ilv." The obtect of thia artiAltt I
not to remind hint of tl bispuiKs.batbosbow
him how tobaoisb them I I forever The meant
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
U1LU AAA - i i '..': , ' ; m ' .f
HO OFL AMD'S
And it is for him to in,v whether be will Anntlnne J
to enaare a living ae&tn.orto pat nimaeu in
oiiAuu iru rcuuor uio oujujauie 'j. i 1 . 7
Of the efficacy of this matablefu e&ble iitnrn.
ach are to be found in everj city and town in the 1
united estates neannv men and women, rescued 1
from torture by its use. and e&ter to bear 1
UlnmoBT to lta Tir- ium. it ii Har fmm 1
any o trier iii tiers in existence, in this peeial par-
lnuibvt il is uui mi nu 11111 in.
r or suoh constitutions and system a require for 1
lucix luviaucAiiiuua uiau&.ve simu:aat.
r7' hoofLand's :;; ;
. t - .' . . - ... 1
GERMAN TOF.1C II
Has been Provided a preparation in which the tot-1
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta-
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous j
gent, purged oi an deleterious constituents. The
patient, in choosing between these two areat anti
dotes, should be guide I by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be I
ois selection; out in cases where the emergency is I
not so pressing, the .Bitters is the sneoine reani.el. I
Thousands find infin- A - it benefit from tak-1
ing eaoh in turn. V4sf Then is no phase of
indigestion. Biliousness, nervous disease or pnyst
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or combined, they will no t effeot
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail-1
ments wuioB mterfere with entnrment: oast doom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
01 uie auu. iu suurt, oeoome a
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular ot all vegetable invigorants and ooi-
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed fietn a want of
proper action in tne liver, the stomacb. and the
bowels, are eradicated by a aourse of this great
, CONSTITUTIONAL ' SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and oonquers diseases that
bava entrenched themselves in the system, but
is the beat known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences. - Persona whose occupations and - pur
suits suojeot them to the depressing etfeots of a
close; unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids wno are m ,-;.-
Witnont any special aonrplaint, exoent a gradual
1 1:1- . .u i
will find in the BIT- ' C" TtORS a fountain oil
vitality-and vigor, as r refresaing aud exiL
erating as a pool in the desert to the cand-soorohed
and lainting travelers. ... - ,.,. :
I composed of the pare iniaes (or. as they are me
dicinally termed. Bxtraotsi, ot Koots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
. . ' I : . r .j . .- , - ... ,
! !!.'. !i
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit-1
ten, witn tne purest quality or Santa tJrui Kum,
Orange, etc., making one ot the must pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever osered to tne puDlio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Cpm
nlaint. Jaundice. Drs- ' " nepjia.' Chronic'1 or
Nervous Debility, mm tihromo Diseases-of
th. Kidneys, and all diseases arising irom alisor-
aerwi iuvw gr iwiuigu, j. ,
. snca . .
. :ir.---i-. . ' as Consti "' ' '
Bpation, lBWard .::! .! - : :
, ..... ; ,, Piles, rul Ineu of i . ,
Blood to the Bead,'
' "; Aoidity of the Stomach.' ''
f- - liausea. Heartburn. Disgust '
for Food. Fullness or Weight in tbel , -Stomacb,
tiour elructations. Sinking
' or Klutterinsr at the nit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and -difficult 1
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
suuooating sensations wben in a Lying foatur..
Dimness ot Vision. Pots or Webs belore the
- sight. Fever and Dull rain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin aud Eyes, Pain in the .
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, -'
: .- .Constant Imagin- :
ings of Evil, and
, . Ureat Depres s
- sins of
. . They are tho Ureatest and Best!
Ctra VnAtni vil wr,ll , sail iIiibAsaI Pasnl t It
irom had Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
jour Liver in older. At. Keep your digestive
organs in a sound, A healthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate" Children
Are made stronc- bv the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every ease of MAR ASilUis
Thousands of- certificates have accumulated in
the hands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must DC Believed.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OP PEWNS1TLTAIIA ;
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writas : "
. . i r-Hii.iDBi,rHia. si are n id. low.
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, uselul in diseases . sas oi tne digestive or
gans, and of great ben- ' tw efit in esses of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the system. '
lours truly. u&u, v; nuuuniu;.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
.. . ,. PaiI.iDBl.rai A. April 38.1866.
1 annsidcr "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o ses of attacks of Indigestion
Dyspepsia. I ean entity this Irom my experience
of it. , l ours, wun respect. '
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
IVothonoUry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvs-
nia, writes: , - .
. ; Philadelphia, fae 1. 11,1887.
Hoofland's Germai Bitters' is a very usefnl sr
tlntj. a tnnin and as an appetiser.- It i not an in-
toxi aticg drink, and may be used beneficially by
Dersons of all ae. Ke pecttuiiy yours, .
persons oi au a. kqs&'sAO WDEN.
CA.TJTXONra it -
HnnflKnil'fl German Remedies are eonnterfeited.
See tht the signature ff oi C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper ol s veaoh bottle. AUoth
anir, nnnnterfoit. - a " 1 -
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, Mo. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila-
neipma,ra. - , . ... ,
: . ..... -t ,-. I t if. A .-r-il-f.
CHARLES Ms EVANS,' Proprietor.
! ;i ' Formerly Ci M. JACKSON A CO. .
Hoofland's German B tter. per bottle. tl
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dosen........ 6
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottle 1
Donot forget to examine well tha article y0 by
n order to g vu.
FOB SALE BY ALL' DRUGGISTS
! '"" And Doalers in Medicines everywhere. '
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,.k oINSURANCBi 't;L,
,. -nil v;:n i t - 1
Auditor of State's Certificate
, AS TO THS BU8IBTBSS AND APrAIKS OF" TBB ' 1'
C0X1IXESTAL -1 SLRAXCEV CO-,
il.'i.ril t,iJ Ju-ju :! --. b fi- ij-iu.:;
OF NEW. KOBR, inri f.-,i
0& TUB TEAR XND2&0 DXCEllSZB 31851,
Capital fully paid p... .Li
Amount of available assets.. v
CERTIFICATE FOU PUBL CATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
UEriBTMkMT OP 1M8UX1KCE.
Columbus. O-, February 14, 1868.1
' It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire)
Insurance Comoany, located at New York, in tha
State of New York, bas complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this State relating to such Insur
ance Companies,- for the current year, and bat filed
in this Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
dateof sueh statemsnt, as follows: . , . - . -v
Amount of actual paid-up Capital...... (500,000 OS
Aggregate amount of available assets.... l.tHA.&BO 31
Aggregate amount ol Liabilities, (ino. -
Re-insurance.. S81.P&5 99
Amount of income for the pre eding year 80I.C8S la
Amount of expenditures for the preoed-
. ing year."...,. .-..- ?1, 47
In witnats whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
tnv name,' and caused tne Seal of my
18IAX4 - Offioe to be affixed, the day and year abova
written, , , ,
- : jAs. e. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
By Jas. Wiluims, Chief Clork.- 1 .vrtj
- Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agents, "
(Nauojton Block. L-A W'.-'M'?
. Columbaa, O.
... ... j . ,i,i : .;: ." '.". .- ; i
AS TO TBS BUSINESS AHB AFFAIB8 OF THE ;)
PACIFIC INSURANCE COIVIP'Y,1
OF SAM FUANCISCO, CAl.. : -
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)
llRP.KTlfKVS. OP iMfltTRAMCB.
(JOLCBBUS. Sept. lath, leoa.j
' It is hereby certified. That the Pacifi Insnranea
Company, located at San Francisco, in the Stateof
California bas complied, in all respects, -with tbe
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the oorrent year, and ha filed in tbis
office a sworn statement, by the proper offioers,
showing its condition and business, at tha date of
suoh statement, as follows, gold, euirency: , -.-.'t
Amount of actual paid up Capital,... f 1,000,000 OB
Aggregate amount of available assets'.. 1,888.818 OS
Aggregate amount of Liabilitiaa....... . 88
Amount of income for the preceding
year.... ..v....... ..-'....,, : -7OB,00S Iw
Amount of expenditures, for the pre-.. .
ceding-year:-......:...'...;.'. ' 638.S85 15
i In witness whereof; I have- hereunto snTssorihedl
. my name, and caused the Seal of mi Office
I8EAL.I to be aflixed, th. day and year above
: :j j"3 e Chief Clerk lor Auditor of State,
Ceo. F. O'Uarra & Co.," Agent ! '
(NAPohton Block), , , . .
,w.i --.iii ,is ... - Colambaa, O.0
.-r.i i !. ,.t -j -I-- j-s-wi ,-" -;t
.; .!:'! .oni sl.-t tt-sJ a,i'V -
...v . ' T.'-. JiU fi
. i ,, .. -i (j ..i:-.i'.:. -'-1 ii ,t--ICt
- AS TO TBI BUBIKB83 AKB APFATKS OP TBTB -
.-. . : .
NORTH BRUM &. MERC
:. INSURANCE COMPANY, i.ou.
Of London andEdlnburgh.'
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.!
' - ' lBRtntAHCB DETIKTIIBNT.
T ' . " i 1 r'l! i CoUlltBDS. 0., Sept. IS. 1888.1
It is hereby certified. That the .North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of London end
Edinburgh, has comi lied in H--resptcU with) U
laws of tbis State relating to ire Insurance Ceta
paniee of foreigbn Gevernments, for tue enrrt
year, including toe depciitof Ope Ilnndred Ihou
isand Dollars for the security of Policy bolder v-
siding in the State ot Ooio. and that the sworn;
'statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart
ment shows its oondition and business at the data
of suoh statement (Dee. 31,. 18S7) as follows :-.. a
, tmonnt of actual paid up oopiral-.-. .-. .- 1 ,oll
, tggregate amount of available asset I3.B0S.80S 85
Aggregate amount of liabilities. 1.71S.210.
: imount of income for the preceding
year 3,600,91a 7 14 -
i Vmount of expenditures for the preoed-
ing year..'..... 1.TST.9W 34
; 'Inwitrress 'Whereof. I have hereunto jubscribed
. ,., mv name sndoaused the Seal af my Ofiiee;
i '"EAI..1 to be affixed the day and year above
t -vyrittaw. -i' J"" - -t-'il
i , ' , jig. H. GODMAN. Auditor of EUW.-,,;
! By Jas. Williams, Chief Cletk , o
Geo. F.O'Barra &;Co., Agents,
(AnoHioii Block). . ; - i to --vi
! ' ' Colunibiu,0. .