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" "' . . . :i IRrlEi.H.f ia o.iC'S, halt piiee. - - ' ' '- M trantititt adnertu nunh wixmt b for at "WU Mmm atr are a denxi. - ; BUSINESS DIKECTdRY . , ARCHITECT. , .fTJ 't. BHUuKbM, ran Arcfaiteot. Civil hneineer, e. ; " , . Offio ovei the National Ixebange Bank ,. .ATTORNEYS. ' , T'lASEE'FrA!M. '- - - X ATTOKMiVS aJ LAW Office. 5 o. 6t booth jgh -tr et, Ambos Bnild- J j j TTOae.V-Al-LAW A MAYOR, ! t ' . atajosrUffiee - E1IWAHII 1. Del. AN k, AtTO&ACY-AT-LAW'A Kotarr foblio. as s . - Office hi Par n's Bnildih;. 1 'W, iA A wtmBHurf, - -- i ATTOBMfcVS-AT LAW. - Office- r oaihiiin sUect, A m be Bnildinc , ULTI0N7a1tD COMMISSION f - J ')BF.AL, r .1 (' ,f , Aactionser and Deader In Real Estate Honse Wa Uooos, Clethint and Notion, - t ' f So. t West Bicad street. -BATH ROOMS . j ,n tOKUii jn 1 EK, vJi ' Barber and Hair Dreer. Hot and Coin ' Eetbs. - basement Posioffioe B 1 ildin t. BOOK BINDERS. 8tr.M'' -.!. (V - - v. in r ttooh ' Biodtrs Blank - Book Haaiifaetarars, Tl. . . 1 11.. l r . I . .Printer and Publishers. ' Orto-w nll "nr. BOOTS & SHOtS.'.- .V- : TtTs -v-i WrUilanai at ;.-' -" ; ' ( ' l4Hontn -High street. Jat reseired. as . .Iwant assortmaaL .Aaw,tylea. low price. La tiea, pleas call. 1 ' 1 (.&wtaii.u.'at . .. JL " Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoe tt low price, ivew Blocs just recei-i. ' -ea - ..'j .176 foetb Hteh ent. 7 B COAL ' DEALERS. ro Bin sort tt c - '- Jklf DJae irrr-ittabantM and OhfoCeaL aato. - Coke. Drain Tile and Bione Sewer Pi p. - - nn.zei 01 tn Hun street. .(lOilMIbSION :MEKOHAiTSi 'MJLt1 CoromirsioB, Porwardiog and ProdaeeMer wesnk, sVeejKS Ln brain Floar. W. broad JtMafa ! .l'..it , - : V ,lil'-J. -i a! .CORSETS. rw a. Iif aaataaw cOl., - L JHanalaetarers -sad Itealers in French. Ger- Butnano; American 4rat- wVU, tauop .-.kirts. ' '7 7 191 opera House. CROCKERY; &c: trri.t;A.TON, ;' 1 - Wholesale and Retail Dealer in fthlh. On serswase.tiiaas. Plated Uwoda. Lamp and Lamp iixtures..-. ..... ,-, , . 4iiorJiiiwulre... Iv '.- t-tti', ' ' ' ' e 1 Importer and Whole-ale and Retir Dealer in Crockery. China, (slasa. CuUerji. Paatad (aoods. Coal O J Lamps, Ac. . - " 1- - ' 5tf South High itreet. ' 'DENTISTRY. IKIIaU A CISniitflKR, ' ' " a f ' '. . 1 East KrAaA aeraaa. . We oas to be the oia. , . GW UtNN, DENTIST. The best strles of. Dentistry, inludins Itnnn's Improveu kiineral Hla.e. Office. 10 and 11 Opera Mock. DRY GOODS. i. G. tBI- KLl 4l CO., 1 I)mini in l)r (rtkark. WntrnrM 41 ii-imI US viuins. 0iaiuDKP, rtuues. nnts. vmpii aua art, onMT Uic-tHt Frienu streets. J. 1. VSHoKKI U . . t. " .143 death Hi-b street. - Carpet Vattinss, Oil Cloths.l.'nrtains, Su leani Pjwot i ra IMod. . i.' . - . : UT. 4k . as. "-"-- ' s-1 W kleala and Betail Dealer in Staple and Jrsoej Dti (iuods. and Aiauufacturer of Ladies-' Cloaks:' . 113 S. Uign s reeu .; . l?OUiiTn s I'. UK UOUsss st rottfa. i AT f. Jtnm A Co oasb dealers ioDry Uupdsand Aoti n, 186 routh rourto sircet. JAkUhM ' ;) k Wholesale and Ratail i aler in Dry Goods, anchton Building. SullS and 19 Ctouth Uiit Itreet. - . K-, om UltoGllk, - -i Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Ownts'-Purnishina Ootid., No. 6 Aieil Uooser. llLOnlaiM , UAI 4k Jo., . . . ... y Dealer in Staple aod Fancy Dry G ode, a . i i .1 .iW .-uih tiis-h street. v a .Cm- aul.bi : J . . .. . , af . - Poreiga and- Domestic 'try Goods, Cloths, r aravaceav sowa aoarwetn Hrcnaer-vt. - - ' , DRUGGISTS: :, 1 awa t. ' ' " -. . U Pao-tlr' ynnrSt.re.Ww Son th Hict Bt. ' Pre scrip iunacare a ly eom.ua oedacall bonrs-. u Lrnesfataaa Apoihecasy. ',, , to North High tref A a Ha.es Hi tfMM,'' n nuiiiBALb A Kb t AIL DRUGGISTS." - loo rlontB tliglr St., Commons. Q. " X . Ml InaasaUeaad ka.ail Droggistai and Dealers la.rk'PrMuu-y jtecueuiea, - - t 4 Morth IMgh street. itj ENGRAVERS. i -Designers; fcntfswwn anoT PobHshera. '- NoU rial aswteiaar seal eugrared to order. - '- H.4U and lot boaili Hicb itreet.;. is ii- .;,.., t v. .-I.. y ' "" ' pwfMaisyAinaJs-rtTs ....-.-i 1. A - - I 1X7 1 1 1 J X r. V, ' erttn farmtare. Cnairs, Hat trasses, ate J . w South High Bt, (Open HottieJ. Jama.. 1 - f'l - " . ' -ill4 MTsllteaa.,--.;'J'',''.-,-.'J''T' V tsnniacturersol first class Fariatnra. Woolsr- " -HQ0I BKIRTS.V c Hi Manufacturex aad WTiolert Dealer in Hooa bkl'rt and Ooret.Alo. dealer ia Berlia Zanhaa ad Faner Gooda, IM sonth High.tr VtT iTTTT HOWE !! tSEWtAttl .IVf ACHINli.5 JaJ,. . AXt.Ui. ,..-;r. ..r. Oi Dealer ia Musical Jierrbandi, Booi.Bta tioaert aaA.i'ajiA Godda aeDarailr. beeeiaJ A. for the celebrated klia Howe Gold Medat Sewina 1W ttn 11 A - -' bC-l:: J BUSINESS DIEECTCEY HOUSE FURNISHING. EH AUnTHOKHt CO., i Dealer, in Mntle. Stove and Home Knr- ; nisbinc Uoods. Alo, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron ' Ware. . f 4 17 feast Town ttreet. ' ' r 1 . A KENS tc STUART, L lyOerllA an4 iitil Jron, Stoves apd Mntie. aim Bontn uign treet. ATVK,TVIOK&Hl'Fr, j Deslers iti Hard were, poose Kurnlsbin Ootid'. ! 'rWnd Slate itantles. Urates, Suven. Hot-Air ; F'irnarra. Ac. .10 North tiith street. ' HATS & CAPS. : MBS. M. M. LitF. ' . . . - (Kacceasor in C. Leaf,) Dealer In Ha. Can. Cars and Straw Goods 129 Sooth Hin street. , ; ii (iSUn OnWen Hat HOTELS NATlORALHOTIt, Opposite Depot.- l--,s : i j..:.: t J. H. DAVIDSON. Froprietof. u M'1'l.O S'l A'tt HOTEL, Corner High aod Town streets. E. J. BLOCK'!'. Proprietor. ; ZfcTTLtK HOIJ-.E, v. ; , , - . I J Corner ronrth A Friend at. Commodious i bousd and extensire stable:. , . j . . -s t ' a a . . L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor. insurance;-" j CONNKC rCITF IIIOTVIL LIFE ; - J surai-o-Cooipanr. Asset. 116,' 00.000. , ."' r WM. JAMISON, Acent. ColaaibaK.0. N' CHRIRK HllliTEBF.BGtK, . GEM tRAL. AGENTS Sec writ. Life losnranee Compny r No. 6 Opera Mouse, j HOltIB IPtSfJMANCH Com PAX OF 1 Columbus, O. spital and Asset. $46614.17. : W. C. M. BAKEK. Seo'y. . i - Office. Ns 67 Opera Hooae MILLINERY GOODS. C, . Nnu.noM, t . Wholesale and Retail M llinerr Goods. in Mich smet. Opera Uouee Block. MK, A. IIOU AI.XU Dealerin Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim- mings. - No-67 North High street. J ll . IVll.Ktl., '-.: Dealer in Millinery. Tress and Cloak Trim-' inmffs tid rancy Oods. 130 outh Hih street. MERCHANT TAILORS. SCHUHArXRII A aOHLLEBEl, Merchant Tailors and Laalera in Ueot' Fur nishing Goods, . i - ' no-to norm mgti street. CV.miSWAIDER, - Mnrfthant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur nishing Goods- Also agent for the Diamond Shirts. THE OHIO ITIFBCH tNTTtlLOKHQ A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High sr. Gents' suit made to order. Ready-mado Clothing al ways on nana. : i JOHN 11. KICKEHBtCHKH. Merchant l ai or and Dealer in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. i no. oi isonn mgn street OHN MlllTI K. MERCHANT TAILO'. 110 South Hieb at. Ch- ice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. NEWS DEALERS AKDKtWI Ac HULL, - News Dealer. Bookseller and Stationer. No. .65 cioutb High street, nex door to Pnitotliee. - Kaa.w. fj a 1.171 ANN. - ... u i ii Di.uM..ioi.r m. i.vwb lc.ini. uuu.Dcim, n iq i. miii uu uunr er. Pubucatiens in botli German and Kng ish. .. . ,i . - , . - ,.- . 131 ootn lliao stre.it. , PAPER WAREHOUSES. ,A NDKIiWk, fEUItl Ac CO., . '' , -vji i V Manutacturers and Dealers in Writinc. Fsintr log and Wrappiua Papers. S3 A 95 North High at. , NlCVINH At ITIVEKW. - r-.-a-.n Ira Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing aad Fin Caper 3U, 38A40 Nor. h High street, .; PHOTOGRAPHERS. ljALlWlS' Ac M'KVK.NS, ' D--IH.SJ : PHOTOGRAPH tR vunTtinmpuiiiii "i it .Tie errtw-f.i ai.i -:i el ooaia jaign itreet. J 3t. KLLIOTT, w-.-.-j - v. . 'PHOTOGRAPHER, 10T Souft Eiguitreotl Pictures mad in erery style and ia. D J. ARCHEK, '-a Photographs. Ambmwypes. Gems, etc., eto no. us nootn riign street. ,.,?VrnV,PHYSICIAN. T7 n.reWN!, H. 9., M2J No- : o. S boera House. Treabi Diseases of tba Eye. Ear. Heart. Throat and Luna. Also. Disease of Women and Children. ' r - .-. H I. PIANOS- TF. HAUKI3 ACO., . Wholesale and Ketail Healers for Liuhte A Co.'s and Haine. A Bro.'s. Piai.os. -Also, Organs, melodeon and otner musical instruments. .i a-. q , ..j - ... .. 86 North High itreet. 7 JU. WOODS, Ant for Chictering's and Emmerson's Pi ano. Also, Organ, ilelodeons and Sheet Mutio. , .... ..i- .' .. . m ooutn jaign street. RESTAURANT. B ANK FXfHAItGK BESTACKANT, Corner state and Hish street. fi., rCHRLBlMy.R.:Proprietorf u SEWING MACHINES." -A. El 1A SKWNC lACHINES, rV The best in the wprld. Nos. 1 and t Opera House. . - , W. PLvl MEL, General Agent. -WATCHES AND JEWELRY. n - o. mitKiK A- ;o. . tie Dealers in Fine Watches, Clocks: Jewelry, Ptaiedware, Spectacles,. 4o.. No. 11 La.t Town street.'' ,' . - ' I'TAfil at HABHIftli s ON, Vjl Hueessor to Wni Blynn) dealer In Dia" pends, Watch s, Jewelry. ilvi Ware and tipee?" tades. No. S Nei! Honra. '. - . a F:-A'. i'i.ElgiriRfc.rx.- ,' ' ' e 1 Wholesale and Retail dealers n Watches,, Clocks and Jewelrv. Np. 71 South Hish street. . ... ! STRICTLY .WHOLESALE. ; B Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and piotions. 3 and 4 Gwvnne Block, Town street. RtfcU. JeJlNtS A; CO . ' Manufacturers and W hofegste Dealers in Boot and Bhoes. No. S Gwynne Block, Town St. ' NOTICES. .StocklioldirV Meeting;. OFFICE OF THB COLUMBtTW.'CBtCASO lMD. CENT. . R"T 0 ' - t-OLrHBLS. v., teoemnei id; looo. j A .Rl Br: r MO O. THE S f OIHIIOI II. t era of tbe Columbus. Cniosgo and Indiana Central Railway Company will beheld at the of t e .f the Company, in the city of Columbus, Hie'eof hin,on FRl DA Y tba 29tb daj ot. J AN. GARY, 1869. between the boars of 10 A.M..andS f. M toappr. re o reject a ooairact yith toe A tr lafatie 4 Gieai Western Railway Company and the. trie bailaaf ( Otaoeny, and hir other aurposa.,, -. ; By oraer of the Board, y ; dees-4td ' "" " SecreUry. ' For Said1 oi1 Relit. ,.i - A '. r-in(: r:i" i u' . - ' f. ' -. .t i " ME. DEWtR ABI E PBOPERtf lotiging to Alary E. Kent, deceased, situated on 1 Honnd: street, near 7th, consisting of a convenient hotrW;"-1 wedd bed. As., oti a spacious', lot ninety fiat front, on hundred in depth.. Good eistorn aad weU.ttBi orees and. lower aaadeneathe premise. jFoi prion a d term, enquire at W. R. Kent's A auetleaAWSBinl.JrbwrTowa' andrFourth.' jnl'txt- '.Reward. "5 .,.(! is r.'-.A .- ' - - r.i a t-. .- WilAIliAWAK-TOO LAZY TO rm-mJ. W.BROWNLOW. said to be brother, of the Gorernor of Tenaaaaae., fie is by-, profession -a Sbulpior, by trade a butter. All per-, twe deciring per anent investments can with per fect safety eutnaataua with their money. At last ac count be a a. engaged Ji the wbisky basiaasa. , ibe above reward, also tbe thanku of several vio-, rims, will be given for any information as to hi whereabouts, upon application to this office. Jasl-dtfn'i , r ttni- 1 , ;$hi, Sisters, of. St. ntrj':- CTtT H B1 K IN G," MFCEN T L Vt OF V Somerset, Perrt county, will open tbelr larga and soeeiout bnilding for the reception of pupils on the first M nndar in Hr ptamber, 18118. For Board and faition. T6, 80, Ms and 90, accord iog to the da partment of the pupil, hU. ROsR. Sop'u j ', AddroMBoxS61.- .i augS-dtf 4 GREAT AT T R AC T I O H ! :0 f.'ji..';. ' i - "J i-i ' '-is t'i! V . . . . . ..- .t il: : I" -?$i Iti'V 0W 'AND AFTER TCESPAT.' TBI . 11th day of January. 1869, , FOR 35 DAYS, i g!lchrist,;gray Ii co, Nos. 23, 25; 27 & 29 S. High Street, , t ,;. .- Will ell ! -'. - -.a-:-' fi v-n-.'.'s. :' ALL v.. !' V X3x-3sai Oooria, . v; .r J 013Ct3jrJLxAc;a ".''.". & -; Sx3sjrAgt tBlxetrwXmt - Wool Hoods, : .Furs, diOa Also Great Redcotion in the price of 33Xa.xxlx.o-tia -0 TTaa.cieaarvtT'oaar, aioveB, 1 ' '.. ; :: '. ' Boslery, . - - SillXJer tfcO. We are sole Agents for the sale of the HARRIS SKAJiLESS KID GLOVtS. tW From this date our ttore will 6e closed at 6 o'clock P. M. until further notice. GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.. janl-ly No. 13, its. 17 A 19 South High at - Mf (MOT'S i - - -. -i 3aft 33 . IN" E": W ' FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. EirRAORDINART INDUCEMENTS ' TOr.;iBtJY ax rJAUCHTOrJS! r-lt.n l- Faronaiers of Dry Good are oordially inrited to , oau ana ezamiaa M , . DRESS GOOD3'..'.."v....,...." CHEAPI FANCY GOODS....'.."..:.'.."..... CHEAP .. .. SHAWLS.. CHEAP! " DOMESTICS CHEAP , KVERyTHI5G.................CHEAP i - JAMES NAUGHTON, 118 182 Soutb Hlcli Street, ', deeU-dly - - COLUMBUS. OHIO BOOK -BINDERIES. 500,000, , , BOOKS ;7A.TED . FOR BIXDIXG. HAVE' YOU BY BOOKS ft AG-. ZINES. SHEET C. MUSIC Ac. Ac.. that you wish to hare Bound in a nice firm binding, proirptly, at low prices? Books sent for aod returned toanypaitaf tbeoity by giving notice through posuffice, or at me ... . . . - . - , .... Franklin Steam . Book Binder j I ; X i ti AMIV -!- . J - BLANK -BOOK MANUFACTORY i re o( the largest and best appointed Binderies in lam onw. -" B wo una 34. 38. 38 Norlli Hlsjlt treet (Oyer ilesars, Nerins 4 Myers', aad Statesman , sieam rrinung umeea.) BLANK BOOKS I . .,, . i BIaANJIs:. BOOKS!! BLANK BOOKS!! Of every description and quality, from the hi. best to the lowest, t rinted If desired, ruled and bound to any required pat :ero, and superior workmanship, at the lowest prices. , Orders from Ciunty Officers, Banks. Merchants. nd all Officers reouinna .-UlrkMOR HI.ANK BOOKS, will beexeouted promptly, with onrpex- utji aueruon. . , . .. ji I our patronage respectfully solicited. It. V. LEfATOR, i oet3-deod6m , , Proprietor. .SITE BERT & LILLE?, Blank Book Manufacturers, ' PHINTtHS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS. Special attention paid to manufaoturing first class XiJL,VlNli. HOOKS of every description, withir without printed Head. - -. t . inns, lor - ' - -' - - ' OODNTT OFFIOXBfl, liKBC HANTS, MAKFrACTrjBEM, .1 ; BaKCK8, KALLUOAD COM P AM IBS. 40. . ' A" Full sets of Book made on abort notice, warrantee, hi give poneoi satiaiaction. . OPERA HOUSE BUILDINC, aorll em.ly COLUMBUS. OHIO. CLOTHING. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. '. i 1 w a TkTni s l stfv , ! h LUll AXinar i . . a . t , -, ; . '. t i . Clothing Emporiui.1, N0.220 South High St.. " , i coLvnBCMiiio. HATE JTI8T B ECR I T B THE utrgest and int (took of -Fall and Winter -Mod ever brought to tlii oity. eonsisting ox tTreixcl.,-... . ' . .. .... ...'. ! iEiieliBsa, and"- - ..i'. - ;r ' i -. Xom3artl3 Clotlka, "r-r . sr7asjsmer"e..' Sca s'or Gentlemen's wear.whiob 1 will sell at tbe low eat Cash or tee.. . ... .. . Alio keep oonsUntly-on hand wall Mleeited READY MADE CLOTHING. . -JOHN HUNTER, ju3S-dly ta riouth High MEDICAL. WHY ENDURE 1 , .-, -.-rn iiiif 11 .'.::;: -'-" ; ---i A LIVIXO DEATH! The confirmed dyspeptic may almost sav with St. Peter."! (He daily." the obiect of this artiole is not to remind-him of . LJ - his panes, but to show, him how bibanish them I I forever. The meant of immediate and permanent relief are proffered BIO Ml -r..; ,! ......r, i": I i'.l II -1 HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS ! j . i. . -.'ii. ti. .. .ii i' ; - . ' - , - . . -ll.t- ' i I: '?!- -l.iS 1 And It is for him to sar whetker be will continue to endure a Ii vi ng death, or to put himself ia a no-. siiion to render life euioyablc, , ,; .- . ; J LIVING rADVEIlTISi:itffiNTS Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom- ' achic are to be found in every oity and town in the unitea states nesitny men ana women, rescued from torture by its gfa use, and eager to bear testimony to its vir Va tnes It differs from any other Bitters in eistenoe, ia this special par- iHuiv-ii, i. nui wiouauiie. ' i- l i ; For auoh eon'titutions and, system s as require for their inrigoration a diffusive stimulant. HOOFLAND'S . CER MAN"' TO NIC I Ha been provided a preparation In wblob tbe Sol id extracts of the finest restorotive of the vegeta ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous gent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The patieot. in onoosiog between tbse two great anti dotes, should be guided by his own condition. If in a very. low state from debility, the Tonic ahonld be ni8 selec ion; Dut in cases wnere tQe einergonoy is not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required. Thousands find infin- T ite benefit from tak ing each in turn. J There is no pbae of indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or pbvsi eal prostration to wbioh they are not adapted, and in woion, singly or comDinad, iney will not etteotl euro, . Exchange Fain for Ease And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail ment, wiilnh interfpra with Aniormnnt. e.aflt ,1mm and despondency to the winds; tajke a stronger hold of life and. in short, beoome a '-'new man Through the instrumentality of tbe most powerful and DnDnTar of all vegetable in,iffnr.nt, m.nA mi. rectives llOOFLAXB'S GERMAN BlfTERS. Bllionsness: Indisrestion. General Debilltw. and all tbe complaints which proceed from a want of proper action in toe liver, tbe stomach and the bowels, ar eradicated by a oourseof this great .. CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,', Whioh not only combats and oononers diseases that have entrenched tbeojseivea in the system, but is the best known safeguard sgainstall unhealthy influences. Persons whose occupations and nur- uits sui.jeot them to the depressing efiects of a eiose, unwoolesome atmosphere, should take itreg- U'ariy na a protection againrt lue low levers and Other disorders which malaria engender. Inra' lid who are WASTI N C AWAY, declination of bodily strength and nervous energy, will fiod in the BIT- Fe XICRS a fountain of : . . 1 1, -a w;n- BF r i : I rating as a pool in the desert to the sand-sooroned and fainting traveler. - , . . ..... , HOOFLAND'S C E R rl A U BITTERS Is eomnosshl of the nnre inlees ror.'as.tbevara mai dicinajly termed. Extracts), of R oti. Herbs and Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated and entirely free from Alcoholie admixture of any all. a. . - , !.'.-.. J! . HOOFLAND'd -ail n CERrJ. AT-! TONIC Is a combination of all trie ingredients' of tbe Bit ter. with the purest- Quality ef (Santa Crna Rom. Orange, eto., making one of the most pleasant and agreeable remeaiea ever offered to the publio - These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com plaint, J&andiee, Dys- pepiia, Chronio'' or Nervous Debilityy Iwa' Chrome Diseases of tbe Kidneys, and all disease aria.ag from a disor dered Liver or stomach. ,, . . . uch ' ' -3a , - iV a AJonsti-'.' it'1 - : pation. Inward . r . . Piles. Full nes.i of r- Blood to tbe -Head;t - --V . Aoidity of tbe Stomach. Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust ., for Food.f uliness er Weightin the - Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and uifficnlt Breathing, Flattering at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensation whan in a Lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, I'ots 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, Baok, Chest. Limbs, eto. . Sudden Flushes of Heat, - i. ' Burning in the Flesh, " Constant Imagin ings of Evil, and Great Deprea- ' . ' ia of ; Spirits, ; They are the Greatest and Best ' BLOOD PURIFIERS Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting from bad Blood. Keep onr Blood pure. Keen your Liver in older. Keep your disestive organs in a sound,' - tm healthy oondition, by tbe use of theae remedies, and no disease will ever assail you. , ... , .... .- Weak i and Delicate Children Are made strong by the use of either of theie rem edies. They will cure every ease of MARASMUd without fail - Ibonsands of certificates have accumulated in the ban is of the nrooriators. but snaca will allow of the publication 61 but a few. Those, it will be observed, are men of note and of auch standing that Ul, WUBh 11, IICTW, - . 1 . THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. Who would ask lor more dignified or 'stronger te . timony I I HON; C. W. WOODWARD, Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Court of Pennsyl vaaia, writs i ' PeiLADBLrHTA, March 16. 1867. I find "Hooftand'a German Bitters" is a good ton io, u-eful in diseases 8a of the digestive or gans, and of great ben- I w efit in cases of debil ity and wantHf nervous action in the system Your truly. . GEO. W. WOODWARD. HON. JAMES THOMPSON, Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. 1'biladelfbia. April 88,1866. I con-ter 'HooflandV German bitters" a valua ble medicine in c.ses of attacks of Indigestion or O.ispepsia. I can ce tily this tram my experience of it. Yours, with respect. . .. JAMES THOMPSON. HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva nia, writes:- - - . . Philadelphia., Se-1, 14,1867. ' "lloofland'a Germai Bitters' is a verv nsefnl ar. ttcle as a tonic and as an appetizer. It i- not an in' toxt atmgdnnR, and may be used benefioially by persona of all age. Re pectfully yours, JAMEo ROSS SNOWDEN. I .! sJl t I CAUTION-. : . .! t - -- - ' -. .n, ;s Hoofiand's German Remedies are counterfeited, riee tht the signature " of C. M. JACKSON is on toe wrapper of U each bottle. AU otb hm ira Mranterfeit. t , . Prinoipal Office and Manufactory at the German U.J:-:nI Kin ml ARt!M K,TT?C-li11i Iu:i. delphia. Pa. N 1 '- CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor. Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO. ; : t - -. - v .i ... . , : . .miouga.-,,,.,,, .-, Hoofiand's German Bitters, per bottle'.'.. OD Hoofiand's terman Bitters, half Aamn a no fdoofland'r German Tonie, pat up in qt. bottle 1 60 ., per oume, or m oau uuaen lor 27 do, . ; Do not forget to examine well the artiole yon buy n order te get the genuine. , . ,. , t , ,,, .s-. . .. . - ivl 1 Kfftd;il FOB SALE ALL DRUGGISTS " ' And Dealers in Medioinet every where:' ' jyH-dwA rreowly - --'' i ' ' i MEDICAL. ' "" No, 13. ' pTMTT.TA gIMILIBUS OIJEAiTUJi.' .., " . UmPHBEVS lf ; ! nonxoPATinc : specifics TT AVE PROVED, PHOM THE MOST AalPLH XL experience, an entire anccc: Simple i prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use, . . o simple that mistakes cannot be made ia . ' using them ; so harmless as to be free from dan , gar, and ao efficient as to be always 'reliable. . They hare raiaod the highest commendation from ' all, and will always render satisfaction., . , , . . ' Horn. " Cent 1, Cores Fcrere, Congestion, Inflammations. 25 S, S .iWoms, Worm Pover, Werm Colic.as A , t rying-Colic or Teething of InfantsSS. 4 . wri jjiarrlioea of Children or Adults.. as . ; n, . Aiyaenierr, unpiug, duiuui uiucio , . 6, . " Cholera-.llorbua, Vemiting ..'J5 , " 7, ' Cougha, Cold Bronchitis ,.2S . - 8, rVeuralgla, Toothache, Faceache.. 46 ,. ,9,- M .. IIeadaehestiickHea)ache,VfUgo25 r .n . M - . u T I ; i; , nv. o- Mr J 0.V1 pnimuuua uwuiuvu. . .. ..MM , 11, Siippreaaed, or Painful Perioda...25 W, M r WlUtea, too profuse Periods.. 25 18, ' " "Cronp. ConghJ)ifficult Breathing. .25 M, -. SalHtlienni.Eryipelaa,Kruptlons2 I 15. u', Itheiimatlaos. Rheumatic pains. ,S6 ineaooieurtpuiuitH VLALS.wunaireaum containing double quantities each, for.. 60 . Tht foSowirig an alto put vp in vlalt and ar ' - tmi at Uu vme prictt given bdow. IS, ". Fever A: Ague, ChiilFever,AgnesSO 17, ' " , lMiea, blind or bleeding.. .... 60 ; 18, ' ' Optlialmy, and sore or weak EycaSo ' 19, ' . Catarrlt.acute or chronic,InfluenzaCO " 50, ' AVIioopinK-Cosigta.violentcougn< .. 51, " ' Aatlmin, oppressed Breathing 60 .' Si, 44 Kar Dlacliarges,lmpalredhearlng50 ' S3, . u Scrofstla.enlarged elands.swellingaSO . S4, . CieiierttlDebiUty.physicalweaaness&O : 85, ' Xropiay, and scanty Secretions. ...60 i i 58, - ' Sea-Stckne,Bickne6sfromriding50 , S7, . " Kldney-Ilaeacw. Gravel.-. 60 ; SB, .', f - Aervoua Uebillty Seminal 1 ' , . , . Kmlsalona, involuntary liia- charges . 1 00 ! 59, " Sore Jtlonth.'Canker. 50 80, u Urlnarv Weakneaa.wetttngbed50 '' 81, Patnl'nl Perloda, with spasm. .60 : 82, " Sufl erlne at change of life 1 00 , 83, : " v Knllopay. Spasms, St.Vito.'Dancel 00 ' 64, : Vlphttaerla, ulcerated sore throat.60 I TA.3IILY'CA.SES - : : ,! t'l Of 35 te 60 large vlala, mororea ' or rosewood case, eontaluinsr m apecitic Tor every ordinary , disease a lamlly la subject to, i and book or directions..., From $10 to (3S Smaller Family and Traveling: cases, - with SO to vials ..trom 95 to $S Bpeciflcs for all PriTate IMseasca. both . h for Coring and for Preventive treatment, in vials and pocket cases,$2to$S Li. POND'S EXTRACT, " Cures - Burns, Bruises, LameBcti, ' So re lie. So re Throat, Sprain. Tooth- ; - aclie, laraclie, rVeuralgflat, ltlieuma ' tlam. Lumbago, Pliee, llolls, Stinra, Sore Ityes, Hleedins or the- I.una, Nose, Stomach, or of Piles, Corns, Ul errs. Old Sores. Price, 6 oz., 50 eta. 1 Pints, $1.00 1 Quart; $1.16. (jrr Theae Kemedlea, except POND'S EX. TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to any part of the country, by mall or express, free . of charge, on receiptor the price., v . . , , :' Address Humphreys Specifio Homeopathio Medicine Company, Office and Depot, No. 662 Broadway, Hew York. ' Dr. Hdhphkbts is consulted daily at bis office, ' personally or by letter, as above, for all form of ' aisease. - - a FOR BALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS. A fresh supply of the above always on hand and iorsaie vj 8. K. BAMtTF L," : . . A.J. S'aUELl.ERand . HUSTON & UAKUMvR, CAUTIOM. ' All fresh snd genuine Medicines have on the bottom of the box, or in the cases, Humphreys' tSpeoi6ci, Homeopathio Medicine Company. Buy noocaers. inej are not reliable. j jyl3-deodttwlj .Dr; Barton's Tobacco Antidote. . VinRAjmrn to remotk m cesiejb fok Tobacco. m(?w ceottaNe and hantils. mnd is Uso an excellent petiaV. It purifim and enriches the bloofi, invigorateiftbe KY..CITB. poe8C8 Kroiu nourMDirup aiKi sireuirineuini er, enaes the stomach m diee-t the heartiest foodybiakes al-ep ralVahinB. atut estaliliabec robust health. J&makert aad cheicvt'or sixty yeuic Cetred. Price Kifteuts per box. ' PoMe. An iutcrettiuK treatise on ttie iriinrioita elfecti of toAacco whli luta of ttwimonialur rieieitceia t ic, 5uii ruw. gen is wanicu. Aaoreyr UK. T. It. ABBOTT, JeiyTj- City, H. ef. TESTIMONIALS. 1 - Postmasteb'ii TilStixot.I receWoQa box f BtirtDii'i 'Antidote frorn Rev. X M. Foulton. aitfl find it a. efiet-Utal ' cure. 8. GatshaV ConnottoDyBarrison Co., Ohio, : - FrobI tbtk U- 3. TrrWsurt. &j&eteryV Ofls. Please end a supply of the AjtrVnoTK.Tte ome rem r erf Mam doiia iU WOrk SORELY. X X. O. T. oGA&. ' Fbos Nr.a HAlfMfTTM stk Prtso-t. Oen1lnf?w of Influence here having been yed of ibe appetite for lobio ' co by using ut. Burton b tantpie- we oeaire a luppif aor tbe priaoners of this fntition. 1 Joseph liAToXVardetVf N. H. State Prison.' A Banker's Testiit. DrVeqr1on Antidote ftrr Tobacco has accomph'med ttU ctaimor it, i . - W. Wat; 1st Kai. linaNew Albattry, Irvl. A djEBOTM Alf 'fTKSTlltOIf T. OHJtVoX OF AMXISOtS ' cured my brotherCud myself. It sstezails. . . . - Rar. JSWr SaoBMAXKa, KeLfeyStetSon, Pa. ; j Faov THr Twlcw Hkadiitaters. LtVh, Mais. Aove gained miirtg-fiv) pound of'fleh ttt ttrV IrtonrA by suik Or. rl4rioo'a Antidote., aod ail cfrtrir fttobeeoai ' , removed. . , . . . . WM-.I, WUn, Ja.. 1 sTanw AJ Rnrmm Hrtati JotTRK AL. B Ttaosx, ' Mb.--QFm bnx of Barton't Antidote removed ail tbe weed froai me. I take ploasure in rororoaieod At.1I nrtV wA.rls.ra T. Y. SLATKB. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. t Trademark Copyrtg70d.j t ( JI9 Caution I r Beware of loimrioas Coantar- eus advertised Dy numDusi- - , noT30-dfcii3mos-PNT i i t 1- Tbe Great Medicine Ibr the Sit In. cores without rail, every klnl or an sightly eruption or the rnee. ' or Itch Ins; Irritating;, oa ' dlMtresMlns; cutaneous . tfiwiweoii anypart 'I or the person. - 1 KIt has nearly relieved me of that wwiifying ernp Hon, irNfi trm now lookittp qtrite liken man," writes' ChKrle E. Noble, Goji'ThI Ageut of Hich. CeDtrml B. K., 173 Broadway, N. Y. We Und it an htrntttable remedy for Tettr, elc.. write-Iligley Bros., Drugisttt, Fairfteld, Iowa. I have tried yonr watnable remedy for Bnrbsr'a Itch with great ttccc$t't' writes C. V. Pumout. of Ijeomiaster, Mass. , Bt-nd for circular. Price, 75 cts. aad $1.00. Prepared only by SOLON PALMER, 36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0 For sale by Druggists generally Serm -deodAwly WATCHES AND JEWELRY. F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX IMPORTERS AND DEALEKS IM WAT CHE S , JEWELRT, 'CLOCKS, SILVER and . II.A'li:i WARE, CAES, SPECTACLES, CDTLERT, 1 -GOLD ros, POCKET-BOOKS and OPERA OYaASSES IN ENDLESS VARIETY. ' Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Seth Thmi and Wa.terbo.ry Clocks For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agent tor tne . ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass es (French and Geneva) in foil supply at lnw rates. tBT All order promptly filled and satisfaction rUranted" F. A. A L. LKSQOEREDX, feblt-eodly No. 71 South Hiah St.. Columbus. , furniture! MIOB AEL HALM. CHARLES O. BBLLOWS. C. P. L. BUTLKB. IIAI.r, BBLLOWM Ac BUTLER, FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS No. 816 & 818 Soutb Hlirh St., . , -, . COLUMBUS OHIO. (7Atr txteneive Manufactory U at the foot ef South etttet, on the Canal.) Their business transactions, both Wholesale and Retail, new extend throacbont tbe State of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manu lecture PARLOB, BEDROOM, DININGROOM. HALL, AND -. KITCHEN FURNITURE , Of all classes and every design of superior work manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chair of every description. Wholesale and Retail. , . . I febevdecdiv-.i. ' ; . j - .!:;. GROCERS. IH'IIS, MILES & MWALDS. i NO.wi & 13 SOUTH HIGH STREET-; . I ' G 1 O C E I , Proprietor coLvnmj pow; i OrRMAOAZINB.andagenUfortbo sale of ' llaiard Powder Company' Powder... Agent for "7"" GARDNER, PH1PPS' A C0&,"f"S; Celelbrated, Sugar Cured IlaBu, ' and dealers in" .. ;fobeign, domestic akd staple ; , . GU0CEK1ES n ;,.. : .. . in all tbeir varieties, Imported Wines, Brandies Cigars, eto. lalleodly hio Statesman. RIO JANEIRO. RIO JANEIRO. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] RIO JANEIRO, Dec, 24th, 1868. : The following ; f cattty account of the recro88iiig of the Jfar ngapy. aud of -ihe e8tablisbment of tW Allied fqrees to the north of the; Angostura, is giPtJOn by tlte Diarib Official;. On " tbe 5uhr at t wo and a. half tbe -afternoon, tbe Brazilian army commenced its transportation to the,' opposite, Bide-,m iront et St., Anto nio and above Villeta. ; Acoluma of.lQO men, under Genera Argollo, passed the post without firing shot. The.Viseonde d Uevral also passed with his cay airy without noYtdty.i; Oft thfr-same day al most all the.- army was eq the, other side. The Marquis de Gareias placed himself at . tbe bead ot . our, , forces, advanced on the 6tb against tbe Paraguayan camp, and, making a detour of -, about; three leagues, got in the rear of the positions of Angostura, but at a league and a half from ; this . fortincatien,,was detained Jy a serious obstacle ati tbe bridge pf Tr saro, where .the pemy awaited, liimf aa- biiBcadod in, the . woods which covered the-- stream, with ,17, batalliona ,'pf , in fantry and 8 regiments of cavalry. The combat was stubborn and. lasted. ; two bours. iioweyer , we.took the positiop which .is impoatant, a reatj, number of arms . and 6 pieces of artilUryand caus ed much loss to. the Paraguayan forces, who were dispersed, whilst our losses are less, although severe" ,', f. : n-; . It is stated, that Colonel., Yernando Marhado and others had died in , battle. Among our wonnded'was .en.! Argollo, who, however, did not give- up' the4 com mand of the 1st;. Army Corps! . The Marquis de Careiaswas in, ' tbe thickest of the figbt'and lost his horse,1 which was killed by two balls. A., prisoner stated, that the, Paraguayan General Gabellerowas killed in. the. attack and that the slaughter of tbe enemy was ex traordinary, and tne wounded great in number. " The same prisoner said ' that tbe trenches ' of Pequisirl' "were 1 gar1 risoned only, by .a battalion and the artillery', '' the . greater" part ' of the troops defending the '" richt 'of the enemv's Tjosition, havinar retired The heavy rams on the 7th and 5th delayed the" continuance of Operations, ' but on the' 9th the weather improved, and the Marquis de Careias informed the"Argeif tine General that the Brazilian army was pursuing its march to Spani. A telegram from 'General Gelly y Obes, of the 9th, stated that he knew through the' squad ron that the 'enemy had abandoned the first battery of Angostura, - and J he Said that at daylight next morning he would make a reconnoissance on Perjuisiri. ' It is probable that the -movement would be preliminary to: a genecrf" attack on the enemy's positions, and- that y the ; alliel forces at Palm as, under command of GeR eral Gelly . y Obes and Colonel Paranhos, would "likewise 'take, part in' it. "-.These notices .-were., transmitted, to, fthe camp , Jy, jthe.j electric, .telegram, as the Apara road was. intransitable on act count of the freshet of the river- A let ter irpm'Paimas dated the 9t taken, tq Buenos Avres.hv the. steamer Esmeral, da,,' states that Xo'pez,.has. doubled. fa, great advanced , guards 14,, tront ot pur lines to that post, o betteeiisure. his re treat, and Uiat the positions' of. the ene my remained without eyident alteration! although a great .movement of carts and horses was noticed.' ' On' the same , day was" heard there ' the fire, of ironclads which went np to reconnoitre the extreme. left ot the enem,jrat the JPiguiniry, where h. Paraguayans, bad, abandoned. the pattery.,, below , Angostura.(T . Ihe reconnoissance of Gen. Gelly y, Obes was towards that point " o., Story of a Land Slip. Guiseppe, the young vine-grower in i village at the foot of the mountains look ing towards Messina, in toicily, . was in love ,with Maria, .the, daughter of the; richest bee-master of the place, and his affectipD, to the great displeasure of the father, was returned. ;. The . old man, though he had encouraged him at first, wished her to mairy a young profligate in the city, because the father was richer and ot higher stock: but tne girl bad great deal of good sense as well as feel ing; and the father was puzzled how Jo separate them, the families having been long acqainted, He did everything in his power to render the . visits of the lover uncomfortable to both parties ; but as they saw through his object, and love can endure a great deal, he at length thought himself compelled to make use of insult. ; , , . Contriving, therefore, one day.' to pro ceed from One mortifying word to' ari- otner, lie iook. upon mm, as , it in me right of ofifences, to anticipate "his daugh ter's attention to the parting gaest, and show him out the door himself, adding broad hint that it might be as well he did not return very soon. ' . "Perhaps, Signor Antonio," said the youth, piqued at last to say" something harsh himself, "you do not wish the son of your old friend to return at all 1" . . a. a . ".Perhaps not," said tne Dee-master. "What !" said the. poor lad, losing all the courage of his anger in ' the terrible thought of his never having any more of those beautiful lettings out of the door by Maria; "what do yon mean' to say, that I may not hope to ' be" invited again, even by yourself that yon; your self will never again invite me, or come to see me V " Oh, we shall all come', of course, to the great Signor Guiseppe," said the old man, looking scorntul, " all cap in band ' Nay; nay, returned Uruiseppe, in a tone of propitiation ; " I'll wait till you do trie the favor to look m some morning, in the old way. and have a chat about the French; and "perhaps," added he, blushing, you wilt then bring.' Maria with you, as you used to do, and I won't attempt to see her till then. ." '" " ' "' fiL .wpMI all come, of course," said Antonio, impatiently, " cat, dog. and all ; and when we do," added be, in a 'Very significant tone, 'you. ma; come1 again yourseir. , . .. .., . , ... i Guiseppe tried to laugh at this jest, and thus still propitiate him; but. the old man.Tiastening to shut the door, 'angrily cried: ". ' "''- - - , "Ay, cat, dog, an JaTT, and the cottage beside;1' with Maria's dower' along with it; and then yoa5 jhif come again, and nottrn then.''' '"" - " ! - And "bo saying Tie' tanged the door, and, giving a furious look at poor Maria; went into another room1 to 'scrawl" a note to the young citizen."-0"" i '; u" ; : i i The young citizen came In vain.'ann Antonio grew sulkier and angrier every day, till at last he turned his latter jest that truiseppe should never have his daughfef tllr TSe'tth-iatherdaughter, ' dog. ea VotUg viires- and ,11.. with ttcr dowwrsof ..abaaoindtrees to irootaet out some fine morning to beg the yousg , Weeaser acgt hms n n Poor Maria grew thin and pale aivd Gniseppe looked liftle bettpr, turning all "his'wonted 'Jests fntfilSgns; and Only in terrupting his work to sit ' and look tWardthe.'wkriarriorid itrees, J-wliicli formed a beautiful clumpnan iascett - u pori :tlie trthwt! deljof ot katogleiu shefter ing the best of AntonioV JrWhLwes.irtijd .fiofapofiog smpreUyo wgrjfthe pretty Maria, which the fUier, lpngedr'tq see" in the possession of thenasiiyybung! cit izen. - uI,J4' t-Jusrl-rlirjaiPf ne morning, after a very sultry nigbt,Hfs?th1"'p6oi1Trin1na catch a glimpge'tjf heHlittKa'"lldirectl6i, ibobetHred thatitbbajeaeLagatbayedAn a very unusnal mainOTioveirilncwantrj, Andthon bpnglowiiivhe air, Jbeavy and immovabloMf-iToia-ari iMeesipa, the sky ookedjso redjlhat afirsbeiought.tha . city on fire, f njinusjiaeat affected him, and a-smell of sulphur 'arising, 'andtta'rntleHvey IIT'letsf '-a'ssuming a'tinge1 xf Vnudy' asb'tolbri beknew that . sorirenVhlrtonottheaaihrwtis atthAnd. . His first inapjilse was..wisb4o n tb ford, and, with mixed anguish .AjadWia ligbt tprfitvd kimself again Jft the pathage ot .Antonioigrving the the f. nd idaugb; ter all the aid in his power. .A tr$Bgw jdotis bniptj of ., thunder and JUhtping ' Btartlrl bim fnr.a mnm.nl iSiit ha was r.- X"-v-:T r.uT-x i'T-'riiT ' proceeding to cross, when his, ear tipged, bis head .turned giddy, and while the ; earth heaved beheatfi bis feet le saiwhe ; opposite' side of the len1 iifted np;wit i ' horrible deafening noiseanl ftbefrtne i beeinaBtef'r eottagtf Staelf, ajritUJall I around ifc- cast as b thoaghtk itxfc ghe ground, and buried EoreverPn 1 32u4 ; t . The sturdy youth, forahii firstjt in bis life, fainted away,no. ed rtvM vd" VVbeni .hia senfea .returned, he,; qI. himself pitched back into, his own prem- ! ises, but . not injured. ths bpwm)jaYing uecu unmeu yy tue vinesnut, pn i90Rr ing in horror toward ' the site of the co& 1 tage up the hill, what di hasee uj'tiirel " . or raiuer, waas oia, nsp -OfSg tnertjl i o - o . , - . . mond trees and "bee hives', ahd'tVejrV i cat and dogi and , tbe old' ''man1 bipiselr, ' and the daughter (both 8enseless)"aH come, as if, in thft' 'father's 'woFJs1, Wb'eg ! him to accept tnm:"" ""01 Suth awful 'pleasantaiVs ; sometimes' take 'place In tne''mrjdla'Iof ; Nature's, deepest tragedies, anAjfrfeh'Bx' I iquisite good may1 spring out ot eVilt'Tfor ' it was so in the end,' if notfrir fbetrfen2 tion.- 'The bid man. who,' t6getllefttf ' his daughterhad'! only been7 'nttine'd'try i terror, was eupersticiouely iTigbMniiet fty1 i the dreadful circinnstancesrif f-bVyt IffAs- ' tiohately moved by the 'atteritf6nH,oTte, son of Tiis ! 'old frieniand -tne delimit and transport f6f is- chilolf'BeiideSJ2 though tfcrJrft'ag0, idd tha'almbbdAreWi . and the? beehives had kll omel mtraXu- lously sale down: the bill0 a pherioVnelrofr wliicL hasfretjuently ocoarred fa"-tti'b'eia traocdinary ; landalipsfl,! ctb jfloJret "gtuui , dena, on wsbiek his ftabs'fedi wsMwlmftgt' defttroyeA, :hiappfQjryr,wMitksMaad, ;hi pride iowre4i aniiFhtp titxnvtU-i .sion waa WAilloveranAULjjyrtribW . jagain plajipg in the;yaleyi!ihw,epa8sVw ed-to.becomtt the,materJi4tfij& cottage of the enchanted couple. .jaup mound, furlongs down., JhftgiWtba bill,, almost down at " the bottom of the , glen,' and in bis bomestiad?' nlonra'p cottatre--Antohio's "fcottiioointh' f.Rahiir- A Wise Merchant. ' l ..!. i.. J . i ,; toi.ioiDg vnciden?,s.n9t.wiftta)rJ irut rnar. -;7J Ut'tt r ; girl ' , , T - , . ?"ul H.. Sooasnou cioak. (leecairbo waited .fjfnjeiy after displaying one 6r'twopaUern8,ice6f ly" refused to show,her.anympre,f ridjSh7 tween: the jiartie'sV'and titne,! offetrd h)1 clerk was pointed oiii;'!by' t6e"feTrl ncr instantly tdismi8sed''Tby -Ber" 'enlploy'eR', "I want yon and alI 'inmy',ernploy,mf3't nhderstand-said the dry-goods rnllRdn aire, "that a servant girl who comes Into my Btore to purchase goods Is of a'sFhruch importance tome as the richest la'dtfn1 the city.-' The people are ni crlsdnie8',l, and it is to thieir support that J owe-tnj'" business -sueeess."- 1 ' ' - ,u " tat jig jcnoyu.Ly sviorge CHISB Jllfll --nneieaiuera maxe xne nnapiras-' A servant girl went to jeit tne store x r,e . wftfj., came.rtb knowledge of her empIoyer,WQd commja nicated them to the proprietor of . the es tablishment. This led to an5 Sntarvirir'riB- BaBaBaasBaaaaaBaBs ; HOTELS." " 03 '"a ' i . ' I.; i ... i.i aiarit'iirn'I awT . , (RecenUy Merchant's HoteU Arft i ltd 230 and H south Hih street, T " j '. i. zcotv2BUs.'oaid.""ii r - - fl u : H !lj(-'.a rJ i-vno nXT .(la TBE CNDERSIlt.D, TO A ItUOT.. ber of year proprietor of th National Hotel of this city, takes. pleasore v asBounaina.te the pnblie that he ha leased the above named Hohse lor a term of yearsy;brrl. it.theronasily reawat.dJI supplied tbrongbont with entire new furniture, and. I now ready for- (be receptieri of attests: both ' transirnt and regular boarder.' He Baiters himself j that his long experience in the liotel bnsinea. and hie determination te derote hla entire pmuue aH( tention thereto will enable biin to give aerfeot sat-, ssfaotion to all who may f.vor him- witR their pat-' wnage. iol '-...1 -,-aiSVNOI.lb. N. U. A Saloon and Restaurant ia attached to the Hour; also, extensive Btabliagj AUAesded by ' competent and attenare hostlers.. . H, R, . deelS-dlm 1 ' - u -i . Mr Ta 1 - ' -. :.'? -? f ii St'AMESfiOTEiS ' .. ' Eom-fh Street. Bear, Mat,' I -:-:-.' CINCINNATI, OHIO J BKXEY-P, E1JAS, t.ti'j jRrioprietor THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LiO-, , oated and convenient ti-basiness, mnd to -all ' point of travel., is thei most deairiahle, niace fornersons visliina toe eitr. Ao naina wil bssperedW malt tbe tay oo,uess -piaaat V ver oarticui t j .i - ? jay ixdtua ft COMMISSION.1"3 ' t. i -3 ft al LIONYPEIIYa . -.pts - t.i s'. -it stall saiii rjj ig ,linl tiijio Fonrardiog- trutnd . Commicio t 1 eit! x;.li"t''('t v:i).-it,i3 ,vtso wdl trtataa i.,,, KIlCIILij x, mrol b,ij ' ! TJ Ina ,'AsV:'r 37''S tfWTt rifeun ' lTil 7 Bit - " "4.t'3 lljiriai GRAIN OF ALL' KINDS' t ; J ; !.' ti Liju '.iniA ilti-oob t l t ;(,.c.FMVVVHUKIt A,l,n wn-IIat i W The Highest TMee Paid: atll traeiter : CornWheat Oat JBarlejrto.,ta(, Uctrui. idl at Is.Ji U(f'j'r'I'Oiw e'uloeda 1 Wear Wtnn "" atrlalajaiaH I ' vtr'W'1'4'"'"3. -kB' t rebls-deodly a i ii i ' 1 1 ii i i 1 - Ii lii'i i i d i.U a-ytll -COAL? li's"cI1 -,M r. : ij i il M" .it j.in i t.;a t iiw JUVl .'I jj. 1 J " V.-aoi T---,-'t til .aoti lot ; .- i .i "-.1---3 is n . iAiiS .J1 trn A IT (,i,AL,l ELNw iiiAg on t ,': "rtTflJLV COHTlNUaS THS COAla JiDO Ja.iJ IT NE8 at his present stand, . '"anrTw-u taV order '!it btn TJAHlBKlDGS? t! : H0:K1NU COaU- which ha iaprapaied t aui i"'d tbi lowest market price. hmiMa O W Special attention raid to Shipping. JJasiwixj mjao-eodly