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T - T. BROOKEs,
ArchiWcti Civil Kncineer, o. !
Office over the National Exchange Bank.'
ATTORNEYS.' I. .
BUASEU NAH, - r
ATTOKMKV8 LAW " ' ' 1
. " Ofteei io, os Koaih igh rtrt, Amhos Build-
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f "T1HE.4 ti. HliLL.
, . tl ATTOHSliK-A.t-LAW MAYOR,
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XS ATXUli.NJjri'-AT-LAVP 4 Kotary f ublio.
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XT? - A WOOUKSFtS
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C)ffie 68i uthiiiauaueewAuibos Boildiox
AUCTION - AND COMSHSSION.
. T. . RRAL, "." ' " -. !
'f M Auctioneer and Dealer In Bail Estate Booae
V hold (iooaa, Clothinjj and Notiuua, '
" ' iio.T West Broad street.
.VlipaueiliiliKr . ; , v. .T-.
VT Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Cola
baths, lbaieuieat Foawteee Mint.
sal i , ' T)SfTr TTTTTJirC''-3- - 1
7 "Book' -Binders' Blank Book Manufacturers,
? Opera BniHing.
boots & shoes.
e M4Boato- High street. JuJt reeeired.aa
.,letiaat.asosraaU.'Jew auriaf. lowprkiea. la-
i T"f?T .T?;-J f.?iS
;.: (iftruHoauM'ii a .".. -. '
XA: .lstbamot4 house for good Boots and Shoes
' ' - - '..370 South High street.:
''Xfc lealers hi Httsburgh' and' Ohi6 Coat Also,
sCvka, UraAB Tka aaat rtiuae aewer fipe.' . - - - ,
m.J - .... - -0.38i Marth HiU8tiet.i
;Ct)MAHSSI0N MERC 11 ANTS,
.AJLe' (Udnmiiasiom Forwarding anl Produce Mer
ebaits dealers in, viraiA, loiu. VV. Broad
lit m ir.nn.., s ., rff
DM. MA UJM JAttatta.sk CO.,
Jianntactorers aad itMalers ia French, Ger-
, ban ana American Uoraets. Also, Hoop skirts.
.,:.- v-.'MiM" felt upera House.
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V .. Wi.Ula, Retail Dealer in China,
Queerisware.tflads, Elated uloods, Lamps and Lauip
c Fixtures. 48 Aorih Higu street.
, 1. A . A, .-..;--,
v 1 in porter aud Wholesale and Be tail Dea'ei
1 In- Crockery, China, Ulats, Cuuery, fluted Goods.
v 51 South High street.
Altaian. 4k EN.Mtn.UU., '
no. 18 East Broad street.
e ma to be the oas.. .
. W. 11VNN, DfiNTIST.-The be.t styles
vjt of Dentistry, including Dunn's improved
' iiinorol flaie. Uthca, 10 aud 11 Upera block.
fi JiBtMbf Ac Co., ;--J
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oi.
CFutbs, Aiatiings) biuuied. Hotrf,, Cap aad a'uts,
Cavneeriuguaua irieaa acreeu. ia i . . :
'T : WUltlM A; O., '.'"..
rja' ' 14S dodtn High street.
Carpet Hatting, OH Clotfls.Curtaina, rittle ana
oi'aaey DiyGooda. iy r.i-.-t.e .-.- f
U' tt tri' ssv I'AI, " - 1 ;
fcAAe! Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in Staple and
,i aaes- Dr Goods, auk aaaufaoiurer of iMim'
jCloaks. . , , l fr. ,,f ... laa a.Higa sireek,. !
i ll'O Li AA 1' IM . USA U t.UOlS SIOUK,! ;
, JC. ;F. Airum 4i Co.. cask dealers injury Goods and
, X otruna 'ia fcouth F ourth street. .
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JAints nauuu'OHi -Wholesale
and Retail-Dealer in Dry Goods.
teghton Buiidins, Aoa-llti and Vn south High,
(trees. - .j - .ii
A3L : Dealers 'lir Dtaple and Fancy Dry Goods and
-Gcuia' F atiashma ixoedis ao. e oli tlouae-
: iijAAiAiri ouAi; a to., ' .,
VJt ies0ert ia-iapland Fancy DrOrodsi
i o. !!J auuth High street: '
cI-: liecwsn -and VHmotAis rttf GoOii, Cloths,
wM arst.ata. .iUMJk.Uo4 Soiiah Haghaireet. 'vr-.y-'a
-ri A..,o DRUOGISTSi
O . Feople'i Drug SUneiWSouth High St Pre-
aeripiMijaaareneuiy eemvouded ac ail hour.
354 NorthBigfc street.
MAltfLB 4k UI1SOX. , . Y
W.HOWi.SALE & BiiiAlt DRUGGISTS.
.S ..t lwaonth HtKb at., Cuiutubus, O.
BlkAun. rntitii 4c cu4 . , .
Wholesale and Keiail DrusgUta, and Sealen
" ' , , g North ntgh street.
DesianeksAncjr jeers aid FkbrUfne KoU
rial and other seals' eu'graved to order.
... l- - )o7 n,i loo South High street.
OLlITlbUa CAItlfVr CO..
(7 U.n,iluiunuJ Wlula d.BA.UnU
ersW i'utmturfcCUairi, siaitrasses, it.r.i if
: Au W faootfl High (ypuriui)., .
Alaiuilaotureotjt hrotclasa Farnilare. Wholsr
iai and JitUaV M snnnwa, I, I am twiiuis
I-.' U AU,tlSIMhkUI.. ..I
Pjw. Dealer, in Hantie. Stoves asd House F'ur-
M,.iniea m naar nu
i"Hoose furnishing .Woods. Mantles. Grata..
. tt... ...j shHi Iron. Stoves aud MmntlM..
- 5IT(fei" " South High sueur
.Tforf B ', ' . .. " I.'" .
IV JJealere in Hardware, JloueeF arnuhmg Geods,
TsbJeVind hlate aiativtoratee. pfa-. Hot Air
t,, , itoorlii High street.
Alannfactnrer and Whnlerale DmIm In Hnm
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Uarlin 7nh
and Faner (iooda, 103 South rJishstr' jt. .
SP. AXTELL, I
Dealer in Musical Merchandise. Boos. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods lenerally. Speoial A dent
For the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal dewing
Machine. Mo. 210 South Hina treet,oor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
Jli. iSucceaaor to E. F,ofJ Dealerla Ha Caps.
Furs and Straw Goods iJS) South Higti street. ,
(Sinn Golden Hat.) i
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.!
i-4 lAllr U ! ATM JtOlEt,lrt , I
,XLiUrer Bfch and Town street.
ZtT'I'I.EK IIOUII3, ;
Corner Fourth A Friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables . t
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.!
Conn ten cur nuriiAL life
aurance Company. Assets, $16,100,000.
WH. JAMISON, Agent. Columbus, O.
NEWKIRK & HIILTEKBERGEB, "
GEN ERA Li AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Company,.- - : ' No. S Opera House. '
HOIWE IKSflKANCE rojIPAViOF
Columbus, O. apital and Assets', (48614.37. .
W. C. M. BAlkEK, Seo'y. ,
Office. Nos .SAT Opera House
V . MIUiHOnS.
e Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
11 . Hich street. Upera House Block.
tf K. A. UOHiVISii,
iu.i:. n : , , : uiM DuJ. jt.:..v
mings. No- 07 North High street.
e Dealer in Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh Btreet.
MERCHANT TAILORS: :
SCHAt- HAnxeiV ic HOHLLEBEW,
Merchant Tailor and Dealers in Gents' Fur
No- 68 North High street.
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
(liJ t" ( 121 South High street.
THE OHIO I Eft CHANT TA1L.OKINO
k CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High sr. Gents'
una maue w oraer. rweaay-jnaue ioimng al
ways on hand.
JO HIS p. KICKEMHACHEtk,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' F armsbing Goods. ,
v , . : v Ke.gl North High street.
JOHN HIINTEH, ' .
MERCHANT TAILOR. 320 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothingconstaotly on hand.
AKUKtVVS Sl IIIJ1.I,
News Dealers. , Bookseller and Stationer.
No. 66 South Hieb staeett' nex- rioortoPostolfice.
A? Mews Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er. .Publications in both German and boa ish.
ANDREWS, fEURI t -
.Manulkoturers and Dealers ia Writinsi Prfnfc-
ing'and Wrapping Papers' MA S5"M5rth High St.
Nt VliUS k MtEUS.
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 40 North high street.
AL.JUWAM Ac syr EVENS,
Bl oou'h High street. 1
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. PHOTnnuiPUkB iivt gnn,i. rr:i. i
WW W W . k WW ' 'W
fictures made in every style and site. "
DJ. A K CHE 11.
Photographs. Ambrotypes. Gems, etc, etol.
No. 336 Sooth High street.
ijU' .rav dow1i at.jn.w UrlUO'i;
lim No. S Opera House. Treats Diseaiesof this
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lung. Also, Disease
ot Women ant Children.
JF. HAKKIS & CO j
. Wholesale and ketail dealers for Liphte A
Co.'s and Haines A- Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
M clod eons and other musical instruments. ,
38 JNurtb High ttreet, (
e Aseut for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Alelodeon and Sheet .Mutio.
T i soutn man street.
fff i- RESTAURANT -
Corner State and Hich streets. i
AJHARLEf MYER, Proprietor. !
AETXA SbWING MACHIHEs, I
-The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Onera
W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelrri
Piatedware. Spectacles, ic.. No. 11 Ea.t Town
street. ' r
Ul'fcSa: HAUItinuiOJI i
JI (Successor to Win. Btynn) dealer in Dia4
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. 3 eil Houce. ' I
FA. A E .EtIt-;K.EJX. i
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks titi Jewelry i y g.yi Sonth High street, j
. W holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Motion.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
REED, JONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in Boot
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwynne Block, Town St.
NOTICE IS ' HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking: Company.
organised and oarryioaxHi business as an Indepen
dent Hanking Company at the city ei Clevelaud.
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34tb, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking busiuess,
to ttat end has. in pursunee of the statutes of the
said ntata of Aihio ia sueh case saade, paid and re
deemed mnrethfn.uin0ty.per cenC-of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
ism. to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ubio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio for the redemption of its outstanding notes of
oiroulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, J uly Sth. 1X68,
ti t WJ Eli tiK. President .
Notice to Bridge Builders.
CEALED PBOPOSA1.S WILL BE RE-
O ceived by the undersigned, at the office of the '
.-r.d.?LS?,b 10 w,orks in the oity of Columbus. ;
until IHUKsUAY. 81st January. 1W9. at 18 A., :
tor building the superstructure of a 3-truss Britige
across the Big Waluutoieek.on the line of tl.e na
tional Road, in F ranklin oounty. ot two spans, each 1
span to be about H3 teet long, and 3oH feet wide,
from out to out; to be covered, by the oest of oak
shingles, and weatherooarded with good first com-
mon boards. '
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifioa- !
tions in detail. All ot said work to be done to the '
satisf action of the Board of Public Works and the '
resident engineer'oi Natunal road. .
The right to reject Any or air bids, plans or speci- :
fioations is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIRV
Resident Engineer National Road.
The Sisters of St, Marj's,
OF THE SPRINGS, HECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perrr county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September Ji8. Far Board and
iustionri-aao.-voo at vw,.Boorarng w iuvu.
pu ' 00 -cm. Wl Ssvoup-t.
AdJres uox 201.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODYIN" COLTS. FIVE
and six years' old. very handsome, kind and '
sound. Will be sold low.
1 aud ial ,AttJyR.NEVINS.
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GaIEAT a AlGrAlIlVS
N. A!"'.. . ' i , . , 1
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(iimiRIST, GRAY U'Ol
NosV3;i5 n& 29 S.Higli Street.
.ceai jlc rjamiKerenea; .--. ; c i
Initial Handkerehier: '"'"-J
Hemmed Stitched Handkerchief?; ;
Barbes and Cbffures; ' - .
Eeal Lace Setts;
Spanish Lace; . . -, .- .
Chan eable Silk;
Plaln'Silk In aU C lfr : i
Gloves in great variety and styles; .
' Har ' and Alexandre's Kids; ' ' ' .
Large and attractive stock of Shawls;
Broche and Paisley Shawls; ' ;
Elegant Robe. . ' . .
100 PAIRS BLANKETS
$4.50 PER, PAlRt S
We have in stock a full Una of Underwear for
Ladies', Gents' and Misses.
GILCHKIST, GRAY ft CO..
janl-ly ' Nos. 23, 36, 37 A 39 South High 1 .
iXAUGIlM ' S
S& T O H
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS. ;
TO . BUY AT
Puronaser of Dry Goods are cordially invited .to
2TT .7 77..".." " call and examinetha
E W iS T O C K.
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z 1 18 A 183 Soutb Higb Street, , -
COLUMBUS, on 10,
(Recently Merchant's HotoU -
No 230 and 232 Month r lh street, '
-r COLUMBUS. OHIO.
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THE rNDEHli.fc.O, FOIt A NF.H.
ber of years proprietor of fie National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure ii annou"ciu-' to the
public that he ha leased the above named House
for a term of years, h d it thoroushly renotated.
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now ready for the reception of guests, both
transi nt and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his lonx experience in the hotel business and
bis determination to devote -his entire personal at
tention tbereio will enable him to give perfect sat
isfaction to all who may f vor him win their pat
ronage. H. REYNOLDS.
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hon; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
competent and attentive hostlers. H. S.
Fourth' Street, near Main,
p : . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNRY P. ELIAV - -", - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOW SE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and coDTenient t-basinesi, and to all
points of travel, is the most definable 8 top pine
place tor peraons visiting the citv. No paints will
spared u make tbe sty ot guests pleasant io
CHARLES 0. BBLLOWt.
. L BL'TLEB.
HAL9I, BELLOHH 4: IHTTLim,
Noa. 816&B18 nlBi High St.,
" ' COElJMBtIS, OHIO.
(7 heir jHwientiv Uanufactory i at th Foot of
- - South ttrttt, on tho Canal.
Their business tra-isaCTions, both Wholesale and
Ketail, new extend throughout theStittes of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiaeture -'
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGHOOM. HALL, AND
. KITCHEN FURNITURE ., ... . -all
classes and every design of superior work
anship and finish. . Also. Cane-Seat Chairs of
, ery description. Wholesale aud Retail. ...
For warding , and Commission
CRAIN OF ALL, KINDS,
' " ;' ' " OlTUi WUIiKY,' Ac.'
KT T it Prices .Paid at all time for
Oern.W' OC'-- Barley, a a., ate. -- -
;',: . P- FT 0 E ".'
Near West End of Nat'l K ad Brida;e3
W. B. BKOOIg. .ALIX. D00BTOH. ; Hi B. BL 9
J. Jfc W. BrBllOOK
Cor. Rlcb AHis;n St., Colunibu
NEW 0BXEAK8 SUGARS AND M IA ' .
Island Sugar. Coffee; Teas Spices, T sec : .' '
. ,WHYr ENDURE
A LIVING DEATH!
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The confirmed dyirpaptio may almost say with Pt.
Peter,"! die daily." Tbe object of this article is
not to remind him of iB his pangs, but to show
him how tobaniah then' 1 forever The means
of immediate and petaianent relief are proffered
: : - ; W-i i-c . -: : ; ; :
And it is for him to say whether ha will continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
sition to render life enjoyable. ( , - , f
a1 me " . i . .- .
wi wiemcKT oi idis naxeaiess vefftaoie stom
achic are to be found in every oity and town in the
llnif w. A Ul.l.. 1 J 1
u uimu t'mioa ucnioUT niPH mut wuiueu, resenea
from tort a re by its use. and e&eer to bear
DBtimuur ui thm vir sues- is ainers iroin
any other Bitters in exisienoe, in this -special par
ticular it is not alcoholic.
For sucu confutations and systems a require for
their invigor&tion a diHusLTe uumuLant, .
Ha been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
gent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between these two areat BBti
dote, should be guide! by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ion; but in oases where tbe emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specifio rea'iired.
Thousands find infin- AT ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. VJr There is no phae of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or pbysi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in whioh.singly oroombinad, they will noteffeot,
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments which interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a -. . ,
NEW MAN '
Through the instrumentality ot the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cor
rectives . , .. . ,t, t
nOOFLATO GERMNi BITTERS.
Biliousness. Tndia-estion.' General Tiebilif. ' .n
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in toe liver, tbe stomach and tbe
Dowels, are eradicated by a course of this great "
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tbe Bvstem, but
is the best known aafecuard. against all unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupation and put
suits sunject them to the depressing effects of a
ciose. unwnoldsome atmosphere, should take itreg-
u sriyns a protection against tne low -levers and
other disorder which malaria engenders. Inva
lid who are .....
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Witnout any special complaint, exceot a gradual
declination nf hndilv t.r.n.th . , I n.wnn. AnAvn
will find in the Hit- , TBRS a fountain" of
vitality and vigor, as r refreshing and exil-
eraunzasapoonn tne uesert to the sand-scorohed
and fainting travelers.
GEREVi AM BITTERS
Is eompbsel of the pure fuices (or, a they are me
dicinally termed. lixtractsl, of Riots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
.s...... HOOFL AND'S
Is a Combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Crus Rum.
Orange, etc., making one of the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys-' I' pepiia, Chronio or
N ervoue Debility.: La' Chronio ' Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aria.ng from a disor
dersdLjver ormaollv.-r..a-;., . r. .--".
' ' ' snch
' i "'' -ej-CoostiJ ' ' j "! ,- .
- 'ration, -fnward '
. . Piles. Pullness of "
Blood to the Head,
I'Aoidity of .thai Stomach, i'
Nautea. Heartburn, Disgust
. for Food. Fullness or Weight in the
:-: Stomach, Sour tiructations, Sinking
; or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Oiflicult"
Breathing, fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensation's when in a Lying Posture,
...Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs belore the
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, ,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
"' of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the '
Side, llaok. Chest, Limbs, etc
Sudden Flushes of Heat,-.
'" ' Burning in the Flesh, '
- Constant Imagin-' - '
. i.' : .- ings of Evil, and "
... , .. . .. . Ureat Deprea- ,.
'-- ion of .
' ' ' - Spirits, - - .
They are the Greatest and Best '
Vw- .w0.wL - 3 lf 1 " . ...
v oi Buuwii, ann win care an aiseases resulting
Iron, bad Blood. Keep yonr Blood pare. Keep
your Liver ia older. ja Keep -your disestive
organs in a sound, f4 . healthy condition, by
lueuse oi lueae remoaies, ana no aisease will
. .rt , j-i . : f. ..- -''r-T-i - ; i L
Weak!' ;and Delicate .Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies.. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
without favl. n. . , ; -,
Thousands rf certificate have accumulated in
the ban Is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must be believed..., . ... , , 3.
THE 1WK0LE SUPREME COURT
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. " '.'
Who would ask lor more dignified or "stronger tca-
timony ? . '
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chrerjustice" of the Supreme Court of Pennayl
vania, wiitiS :
. -.r P?iLAigLrHt a, March 16, 1807.
I find Hoofland's Uorman Bitters" is a good ton
ic, -useful in diseases. Bit of the digestive or
gans, And of great ben- lu - efit in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the svsrein. . j
Yours truly. a. GEO. W. WOODWARD
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 28, 18G6.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in c.scs of attacks of Indigestion or
llAspepaia. I can ce tily this from my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
. JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rothonotery of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
Philadelphia, Sort. 14,1867.
c'Hoofland'8 German Bitters'' is a ver useful ar
ticle as a topic and as an appetiser. . It 43 not an in
toxi atmg drink, and may be used beneficially by
porsons of all age. Re pect fully yours.
JAMEb ROSS SliOWDEK.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that tbe signature f of 0. M. JACKSON
is on tne wrapper of mJf each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. . . i . -
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store, Ho. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia. Pa. - - - -
CHARLES M. EVANS; Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON 4 CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottIeI'....$l 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dozen 5 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottle 1 0
' per bottle, or a half dozen for $7 50.
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n order to get the genuine. - j
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News and Otherwise.
.-. Gold closed ia New j York yesterday at
134 " . -
; Tax city ot Jerusalem has a steam "mill.
Burglars are operating briskly in Wheel-
' Gen. Gbant has got back to Vf ashlnjr
ton: ' ' ..' . '.:' ' V. '. ' .
The debt bf the State of New York Is
$33,864,443. '. ;. f' ;' t. " ,
:, . East, Bochester, Stark county, has a
haunted house. ' ' - ;,
' , Richland, Belmont county, has a horse
thief detective society. . . :i .i ,.,. ; .
, Sevillk, .Medina county, has had an
; elopement. t No cards: '' : , . .-j.
The Summit County'' Agricultural Soci
ety has $3,49642 on hand. ; . ,
' There were ninety-four cases of infan
ticide in Philadelphia In 1863. 1 7 j-i
The anticipated ease in money matters
has not yetoccurred in New York.
j . "New Music" is heading under which
some newspapers announce births.
THe Republicans of New Hampshire hold
their State convention on Thursday.
' Two Jewish synagogues are to be erect
ed in Titusville, Crawford county, Pa.
' Mt. Vernon -spent more money for hol
iday purposes this season" than ever pe
' fore .' ' ' ,. ,
- The 4th O. V. I. is to hold its annual
reunion at Mt. Vernon on the 3d of Febru
. ary.. . .','' . ' 1 ,,, .'. ; '
Two youths, each nearly 80 years of sgr,
in Stark county, have taken out marriage
licenses. : - .;-4 : : : '
Charles Zemker was run over by a
train of Cars and killed, near Youngstown,
on the 4th. ,
The receipts of the Sandusky Agricul
tural Society for 1863 were $1,213.83; ex
penditures $051. -
The St. Louis printers will celebrate
Franklin's birthday (January 17) with a
ball and banquet. 5
The house of Soger Miller, in Madison,
Lake county, was destroyed by fire on the
night of the 25th of December. . . ; . j
Josh Billings in hi3 lecture before the
Fremont Library Association last Wednes
day, did not fill the measure of expecta
tion. ' -
: Mayor Hall, of New York city, in. his
.first general order requests that he be not
addressed officially with the prefix honor
able. ' ' 1 ' "' .
7. Does the Springfield Advertiser wish to
be understood as saying that Divine Provi
dence has taken sides with Sheridan against
tbelndlans t .C O t :7 1.'.i J.QH j
General Grant is reported to have de
noinceff the' New York Worltf as1 6ne oj
the most traitorous and disloyal papers in
.Jhe;.cpuntry ;ti,i.;x ,j ,if !
' Ben. EaaM8TOW has served a notice on
Hon. P. TV. Strader that he Will contest his
, election. .. Then Ben. can't want to be Gov
ernor just yeti. t- . ... n ;
George Harris, of Conneaut township,
Lake county, who b accident eleven years
ago lost the use of one of his ey es, has just
regained its use. . .,, . , : t r i
" Oen. James T.'Worthington, of Chilll
cotlie, has in press a treatise 911. the culture
oi the fig. : YVe presume it relates to its
culture. in the Scioto valley.? .1.
The' Davenport ' Democrat says thnt
" during the past' week 'no man's wif ! has
been run away with" in Burlington," and
ithat " the husbands are . rather .discour
aged." .- -. , - : :, '! . .. '
The citizens of ' San Francisr-o have
adopted measures to inquire into the cause
of earthquakes and to prevent a repetition
of the destruction of property in that city
by them. ;
Col. Samuel Phcb has taken leave of the
Akron" City Times as its writing editor.
We hope soon to be able to' chronicle his
resumption of editorial labors. He iff too
good an editor to remain out of service. '
John Rice, Esq, of Philadelphia, gave
! General Grant a reception on the night of
I New Year's day. Among the distinguished
gentlemen present, was ex-Gov. Dennison,
' of this city. Has this any significance ?
; Last week, an election was held for J us-
tice of the Peace in Russia (OberliD) town
; ship, Lorain county. The regular Radical
; majority is from seven to eight hundred.
! A colored man ran as an independent can
i didate, and was "beaten only one hundred
- and sixty. The Constitutionalist is our in
formant. ' ' '"' '""..'' . ,
The Shelby County Democrat on the 1st
' inst. entered on its twentieth year, and, we
are gratified to be Assured, on a more per-;
manent footing than ever before. Within
thtee' weeks it has received fifty or more
new subscribers.. . Now is the time for
Democrats to increase the circulation ol
their party papers. ' '
The Republican leaders are getting each
! other by the ears. - Since Greeley's reply
J to Morton, Morton has said this of Greeley:
j " His weakness and mischievous character
i istics increase with ; and the political
j condition of New York city, to-day, is
the result of his weak vacillation, insolent
j dictation, and hysterical impulses." '
j Amos Layman, E-q., tho : very efllcient
'Clerk of the Ohio House of Representa
tives, we thank for a copy ot the Rules for
the General Assembly of the State of Ohio,
together with committees aud list of mem
bers and officers, compiled by Mr. Lay
man and neatly printed and covered. Ii is
Hoi: ace Grkelfy, in his reply to Sena
tor Morton, says :'- " Mr. Senator, I do not
sugar-coae"tIyvprescriptions ! I. tell the
'furmer frankly that resumption' implies
llower prices for produce.' I tell the artisan,
the laborer, that it means lower wages,
jl hold but ' one language- to property
holder and would-be purchaser, to creditor
and debtor. I admit that resumption would
jfavor the creditor interest, precisely as sus
pension favored the debtor interest." Low
er prices for the farmer and, lower wages
for the workingman, is what the leading
Republican ' politicians- are after;" but
jHower" taxes do not form part of any '.of,
jtheir schemes. .Can. any good reason be as
feigned for cutting the farmer's prices and
the wages of the artisan and laborer down!
Dtlure tue taxes are reuueeqr . ., ,, , .
The Central Lunatic Asylum.
The question ef rebuilding or removing
this Asylum Is one of the most .important
that will engage the attention of this ses
sion of . the Legislature. A joint select
committee. was appointed at tbe November
esgion to inquire Into the origin of the
fire, the extent of the damage, the practi
cability ot rebuilding on the ruins, and: as
to the propriety and policy of selling the
present 7 grounds and erecting-7 a. new
structure at tome other ppiut. Xbiacom-
pmittee was in session several days-during
tbe recess, making examination and taking
testimony in the matter.", ; We understand
that a majority and minority report are to
be-' made. . The majority report : recom
mends that the7- old - Lunatic Asylum
be . converted rinto , ,; a Blind ' ' Asylum,
to '. answer .'.', for the - proposed new
Blind Asylum, and that all the ' grounds
not needed for this purpose be sold. There
is no recommendation of any particular
point, but it is understood that some of the
committee favor some locality near Colum
bus, while others desire it removed to some
point in another part of the district. The
minority report, prepared by Mr. Hutche-
son, Senator from Franklin,' chairman of
the committee, takes the ground that it is
practicable to reconstruct the old Asylum:
building, and that in consideration of the
speedier accommodation which will thus
be afforded to the lunatic patients , of tbe
district, and of the'.: greater economy f
this policy for. ; the State, that measure
should betaken for rebuilding at the earl
iest practicable moment. '.' ,
The reports have not yet been submitted
to the General Assembly, but we" are in
formed that 'Mr. HuTcheson presents the
following points : . '.'."'"., j
That it will not be politic to leave the
patients tha. belonged to this Asylum in
the other Asylums of the State,.where they
were placed after the fire, any.jonger han
possible ' to remove them; that it crowds
those institutions beyond their capacity
creates additional expense and Inconven
ience to the public, and jeopardizes the
welfare of all the patient; that the luna
tics that were sent home, and all the new
cases, have, for the m ost part, to be confined
in the county jaiU; that by reconstructing
the old Asylum, a portion ot it can be put
in readiness for the reception Tof patients
by the fiist of June, next, . whereas the
erection ot. a new building will require
a delay of at least three years.-- - '
In support of these opinions he cites the
authority . of . Mr. Kellky, the architect,
who examined the ruins, and ot Dr. Peck,
the Superintendent. ' '
That this reconstruction would not cost
to exceed $230 000, while a new structure
would cost at 'least $750,000; and careful
calculations made .by Mr. Kelley are in
troduced to support the position, r "
That if the site is sold it will not realize
enoiigh to pay for the buildings and im
provements that were not injured by the
fire; the value' of these is put at $140,, COO,
and of the material in the walls at $120,000,
and that the sixty-eight acres would not
bring over $2,000 per acre, nor much more
if cut up into lots. : -
That there is nd immediate' necessity for
a 'new BH nil Asylum, but if t,here were not
room enough, the blind might safely be
left at home; wbile'the safety of the public
required that Inpatics should be confined.
1 That over a million dollars has "been
raised within about four years' for these
Institutions of benevolence, and if a new
Lunatic Asylum is to be erected it will
swell the amount to about two millions. "l
..That the necessary amount to .rebuild
the old Asylum can be advanced, from the
sinking fund, and be replaced ' in time to
meet thQ demands upon it 4 or State debt
and interest, by greateV-economy in public
expeuditureevt.'and especially by shorter
sessions of thelgislature, withoqt adding
asingle'mill to the tax duplicate, ' 7
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, .We hope the recommendations of the
minority report will ' be adopted. 1 There
are many other questions discussed in this
report, which, we will notice at another
time.. .:!.-! :K ..; ' " ' '
Data," of the Baltimore Sun, says the
public debt statement for December will
i-tow an increase of two or three millions
instead of a' decrease of eight millions.-
Zanesville Courier. , ' , , ! ". . ' .1
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.And thus we go. .Month After month the
vast indebtedness the country increase d
while those who thus,'by wasteful, extravr
agance and bad ' laws, are clamorous for
paying the entire debt in gold,' thus in
creasing it, over the cost of the original in
vestment, over eighteen thousand million
doLars a sum so vast that the human mind
can scarcely comprehend it. : 1 ' "j
' With the exception, we believe, of the
month Immediately preceding .the Presi
dential election, when false entries and
forced balances showed a small decrease
largely to be changed at the next monthly
showing, the debt has. increased every
month. -And we fear.it .is likely to con
tinue, even unto the end, when bankruptcy,
and with it repudiation, will become a ne
cessity. , ;'f l ' '..';
The osily hope, and a faintone it is, is that
General Grant may cut loose from1 tis,
leading supporters, and succeed in getting
honest men -' in office, and that Congress
will repudiate the Freedmen's Bureau
and standing army in the South, its Paeifio
Railroad sebemes of plunder, -its war with
the Indians, and other acts of dmission and
commission, which are so fast running the.
country into,vbankruptcy and with it all
who have to pay tixes.
If it does tliis Radicalism is dead lfit does
not, the country is ruined. Between party
and party: plunder, we fear the country
will weigh but as a feather in the scale.
The Supreme Court f Georgia has given
a decision sustaining a decision of a lower
court, which held that the consideration of
a note given for : borrowed Confederate
money was a, good and valid 'one.. The
plea was the failure of the Confederation,
and that Confederate money was ah Illegal
money, notr money or any. Other , thing of
value. - Lawyers regard this decision cs a
sound one. If, as many suppose,' the Su
preme Court of the United states, should
declare that tlie greenback was without
warrant of. Constitutional law, the decis
sion in Georgia would place the legal ten
ders on' the same footing as Confederate
money, and a promissory note gven for
greenback could bo-fiuccessfully resisted
because the Usue of them, by the Govern
ment, made them illegal money. ' ' ' ''.
" Six years since the man that said green
backs were not a Constitutional currency,
was. denounced, as . -'disloyal," -and was
liable to a home in Fort Lafayette. Now
the (line in pat Gazette is anxious to pay all
debts 'coqtractcd. in , Uiem, at the selling
price of gold, which, At tbe present time,
is about seventy cents on the dollar. Even
this sort of repudiation, would- be better
than thei absolute one, which a decision by
tbe Supreme Court, similar to that of the
Supreme Court, of Georgia, Would iullict
upon the country. --.vi
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, :,W THE X0TJXG, AND. EISDTG,
generation,; the , vegetative, poweriti of
life are strong, but in a fow yeara -hew
often, the pallid hue, the lack-las tre eye,
and emaciated , form, -and tha imposei-
..bility of application to mental effort,
show its baneful jnthiencey Itsoon ke
comos evident to the observerbat some
depressing influence is checking tha de
velopment of the body, j Consumption
is talked of, and perhaps, .the, youth is
removed from schdbl and, sent,-intq-.he
country,. This is' one of tjie- worst'. move
ments. , Eemoved froajy orcUujn-y-G4i-yersions
of xthe, ever-changing; sceueA of '
the city, t he., powers .. of the. body t $00
much enfeebled to give zest, to healthtul
7aud rural exercise,,thoughts. are turqed
inwards upon themselves.;,,., ni .
If Jhe patient be -a en.le,.thv, p-
proacb ot the menses lajqokedior with
anxiety, as. the firstw symptom , in which
'Nature is to showtner 6ying power j in
diffusing the circulation , and visitipg
the cheek with thej bloom of healthy
Atas ! increase iofppetjite .jl'aa grown
by; wha it fed on"; jthe energies . of ,tjbe
systemare prostrated, and . tha wbqle
veoonomy 13, deranged. .' TTJie beautiful
and wonderful period in which body
and .mind; undergo sofasctnatingj
change from child to woman, is looked
for in vain'; the parent's , 'ieart blee,ds
in anxiety, and fancies tha grave b,ut
waitjng for its victim.' . ! j , ,.(, j
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if .JliliU 'T'i-.ll Vilt JH' 1SJ il'tl etct
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' For Weakness 'arising from excesses or
early indiscretion, attended' with' the
following ymptonis i ; IudispOsitiOii'to
ExertionLoss of Power, Loss of Mepi
ory, ' Difficulty "of Breathing, . (Senesat'
Weakness, Horror of Disease, -Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horroi"of
Death, Night Sweats, Cold Fet,ite
fulness, Dimness of' Vision, Langour,
Universal' Lassitude of ' the Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite.with "
Dyspeptic 8ymptorasr-. Hot 1 Hanas,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness" of tie
Skin, Pallid Countenance And Eruptibiis
on the Face, Pain in the Back.i Heati
ness of the Eyelids, Frequently-Black
Spots Flying We're' the Eye8,nWith
- Temporary' Suffusion' and Less of Sight,
.Want of )Attention-'ilGreatij Mobility,
Restlessness, with Horror of Soetetyv
Nothing ia mere desirably to such pa
tients than 'Solituda and nothing' 'they
more- dread,: For Fear' of Themselves ;
no Ilepose of Manner,' no- Earnestness,
no Speculation, but Anrrierl 'Tralnsi-
tion from'one aego'-ewb'r-;
xueoa Bjruipiuuis, 11 tuioweu Xv gajOu .
which-. this.iMediciifet invariably" re- N
moves-Moon folio w-Losf Powei;, FT
tnity," EpilepSc,'; )its, . iaone"
which the patient may xpire; 'J .4 1;
"' During the Sunerintendence of'-Dt.
-7Wilson,at the Bloomingdale 'LSum,
this sad result occurred to two patients f
.reason had Jora time left them,: Wd
both died of epilepsy. --Tbey weYe'of
both sexes, and about twenty years of
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SC- - ..i.mM!! iu s 'li-iT
. . ...Who. can, say that theea extfesse are
not frequently followed by those dite-
- ful : diseases,'1 1 nsanity ah4 '.Cb'nguniD
tion 1 The records of tlie Jnsana 4sy- "
liims' and the ; melancholy ; deaths 4ry
, Consumption, bear ample Wifoes lo' tbe
-truth of these assertions." ' In, trinktjc -'Asylums
the most melancholy .exhiba
tion appears., --The -countenance is ac-
. tually sodden and quite destitut!
- neither "Mirtn "ot 'Grief 1 ever visits ! it.
oiiuuiu a souuti oi iuo voice occur, u J8
.rarely articulate. -i -si .x 'rf'
-, , ' - : . i-f - ? tjs
" With woeful measures wan Despair
Low sullen sound their grief beguiled.";
' , Whilst we regret the existent of, t$e
above diseases and 'symptoms, we- are
prepared to offer an invaluable gift 'of
chemistry for the removal of the conse
quences : HklmboLd's' Highly Con
centrated ' Fluid Extract ofBuchu.
There is no tonic likely it .JtS fjanraf
.chor of hope to the surgeon and patient, . .
.and this is the testimony of all who have
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i. . January 28,:186S. (
t Mr. H. T. Helmbold 1ekr-J-Sir :
wYour cpmmumcatioh requ'fstingTxjur
term 8 for advertising was duly received,
but from a prejudice I hail formed
against advertising" oieires for secret
diseases," it was left unanswered". 'Dar
ing an accidental conversation in aTDjujj
Store the other; .evening, py mind 'was
changed' on the';character oft your Bu
chu. It was tbenr highly brn'niendel
for "othet-'diseases '. "bf two ,' physicians
present. Inclosed please find, our rates
of advertising. Yours, &c, - n '.aj
,, T B. H. STENHOUSE, ,
, Editor i and. Proprietor of; Dailyi: and
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only of the paefcag'bfyour valuable
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fect success!" 'fn the case' of ourlittla
Lieutenant A,. his jnderip;no longer
mortified, and. lie. is tree .jrom tliei daily,
moruing anathemas of the'-cliambermaKI
who has charge of his bedding! VJ' feel
that a knbwledgeofTie.result.' pfiiu
use,,of, your) Buchu with the . chiUren
under our charge! may save ma.ny;a SsjJ
perihtendent and !MatrVn'f:Boarclhg .
SeVoqla'and A'sVlums a great, jainbuut jj
annoyance '; and. many a poor child cuf-t
fe'ri ng. more from 1 wcaknttf thaa rftimv
habit, may be spared Juhrsh'riiiitJhatf
is (not knowing : jt aa. w'aineBfi'Jpstejtfl
of, a. bad habit) mo -suyustly inflUtioi
upon them; i Thanking you on behalf bf
the hildrh, arid' hoping others' miy'riii'
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