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AXTOKNEVS AT tlW
Office, No. 69 South High street, Ambos Build-
Int. ' .c 1 . . ...
I attormey-at-law 1 Mayor. '
EDWARD T. DeLAN t ,
ATTOSNEt-AT-LAW A Notary PoMio. -'
u u.ml Office in Parson's Baildini.
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P. WOODKIJFF, ..... r-
ATTORNE K-AT-LA W A Kotary PabHo. :
umei lai coutn msn street.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION2
JO. BE4L, , ' !::-.!
Anetioneer and Dealer in Real Estate House
hold Goods, Clothing and Notions,
. - .!. No. 7 West Broad street.
..BATIIJIOOMS..
I1 ?T- i I J ' J J Uti .
OEOKtJB IOlE, .,?, .1 ..... . .
. Barbee and Hair Dresser. , Hot and , Cold
Baths. Basement Postoffioe B'lildtnt. r "
book binders:
'-Beek Binders Blank Bunr- SlimnfWntmfmr
Printers and Publishers, .j i- ii t-i-i- ;
Opera BniHing.
1 BOOTS & SHOES.
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T WILI,IAB1)1 It C.,' , ' 1
.liiSoatk High-street. vJastreeeiTed, an
elecant assortment. Aew-styles, low prices. 1
oUei, pleae-cll . , h . r, , r t :-.-r nr! f.
I LOltU & CU.'S " -
CL Is the noted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
sat low prioee. j Mew tiuiok justTeeeired.
f. 1 ? : 878 South High street. . .
COAI DEALERS.
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1 . -Dealers tn littsbnrvh anil nbinCAal. ATsn
Voke,, i) rain Te and Wtone Sower Pipe.
No. 261 orth Hich street.
i COMMISSION MERC HANTS.
H FITCH k SON,
Commission. Forwarding and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in Urain, Flour, ao S7 W. Broad
street, -t r .....-... .
CORSETS.
D. H. 8ADN11BIIMC CO,,.,'
e Hanntacturers and Dealers in French, Ger
man and Amarioaa Ooreets- Also, Hoop rkirts.
- : - - J -- - , 181 Opera House,
CROCKERY, &c.
COL. ICLTON)
tt uuieeaie aaa nuu ieaier la t.nina,
Queensware, Ulass, Plated Woods, Lamps and Lamp
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Chins,
k street.
Cv t-s-As-r,
Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dea'er
in Crockery, China,' Qlass, (Jatlerj. Plated Uoods,
Coal Oil Lamps, c , ., .
259 South High street.
.DENTISTRY;.
" ,. ' Ao, 18 East Broad street
Wsoints be the .'
a17CIlll4)ENTrST-Tbe best styles
of Dentistry,- including Dunn's Improved
Xineral -Plate. Office. 10 and li Opera Block. . ,
DRY GOODS.
CEBEULY k CO..
Cloths. Mattings. Shades. Bats, Caps and furs,
gmim oiiu sbq rnnu sssea..
a . - 1 . ,-.143 South Hiffh atrant
Carpets, JlaUings. Oil Cloths, Curtains, dta.le and
i'.s,t. k w. u.'f ait. J;,
JUlo' Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Staple and
Jtaney, Dry Uoods, and Manufacturers of Ladies'
joass. ; .i - ; iau a. AligB street,
170CBTH ST. DRY GOOD!) 8TORE. T
S- - X- kvraia A Co., eash dealers in Dry Ctoods and
xiyuidia, 100 oauin connn street.) v .. . .-r
TAMKS NlDliH CON. .
J Wholesale -and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
Naughtoo Buiiding. os. US and 1S2 tiouth Bigo
aixeei. . - .. - . v
ir mion a. vcttmtH. . J; ; , .
JV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
tients' t unuahiuc Uoods.No. Neil House. :..,
ILCHUIsX, eUA Sc. CO.,
Aieaiers in staple ana f ancy Dry tieols.
Do.Twgontn Bign street-
A ": HAvAUAbll tt CO..
XXe Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
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;i DRUGGISTS.,a
DfifOT JUR Hi S'4'OKii.
- . JOHN S. ROBERTS.
DxnggUt and. Apothecary, - -- q
Ay' bt' '," PMtjqe.
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AueLi, & UIIMI.
WHOLESALE RETAIL DRUGGISTS. '
. i '.-Km sonta High Bt.rcoinmous, u.
T KSflM. a I'tr 1,. . . ,. .
.-M. . W halesale and Retail Dracsistsu and Dealers
in Proprietary Medicines.
24 North Righstwet,
ENGRAVERS.
tlCHEKAcKlOOHE, t: .
t Designer.. l!.naTvera nnil PnUi.V. : VT
rial and otherseals engrared to order. i -
Jios. 107 and lo South High street.
FURNITURE, &c.
COCUMBUerCABINET CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in garniture. Chairs, Mattrasses, etc.
No. 201 South High St. (Opera House). '
llHIOrilHAITtlUKOV.i '
VJ Manufacturers of first class Furniture. Whole
sal and Retail Warerooms, 6, 1 and 8 Uwynne
HOUSE FURNISHING.
It.B. ARRIS rKOKtS dc CO.,
ie Dealer., in MatiiIaa. !4tonii and Ronae Fur
nishing Goods. Alto, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
y . 1 j!.ast xown ureefc.
A KENS Ac SnitHT. -
4- Housa Furnishing Uods, Mantles. Grates,
Copper, lis and Sneet Iron. Stoves and Mantles.
: - 8 South High street. -
ASTO, TATLOK J Hcrr, x
Dealers in Hardware, House Furnishing Goods,
tlarble and blate Mantles, Urates, Su ves. Hot Air
Furnaces, Ac 80 North High street.
HOOP SKIRTS. . '
jti.' Jlanufaoturer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
hkirtsand Oorsete. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
a nd Fancy Goods, 103 South Dish street.
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BUSINESS DIRECTCHY
HOWE? r- SEWING-1 MACHINE)
SP. AXTELL,
Dealer in Musical Merchandise, Boots. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Special Agent
for the celebrated Eliaa Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 6 South High street.
HATS & CAPS. ,
MRS. JR. M. LAtF,
(Successor to . Lauf J Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Furs and Straw Goods 929 South High street.
(Sign Golden Hat.)
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u HOTELS.4- f
NATIONAL HOTEL.,
Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAV1D3UH. Proprietor.
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IVIl'bU STATUS HOTEL)
Corner High and Town streets.
E. J. BLOUNT. Proprietor!
ZkT'l'LF.K IIOUOE,
Corner Fourth A Friend sts. Commodious
house and extensive stables.
Li, A. BOWEKS. Proprietor.
MEKCHA1TS1 HOTEL.,
840 Month Hiah street.' Good stabling attach
ed to premises-
rr r. inAiunLAtiropnoHir.
INSURANCE.
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CwErfCiy ffn)Tf?Av Lire -
aurance Company. Assets, $18,000,000.
VVM. JAMISOIX, Agent, uolnmnns. VI.
NEWKIKK At llIILTENBERGERi
GENERAL AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Company, No. 6 Opera House.
HOME INSPBANCE.. CO.H8A1 OF
Columbus, O. ' apital and Assetj, (46814.27.
W. C. M. BAER, Secy. .1
umce. Hoa.47 upera House
MlXiLINERY GOODS.
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W . MlMltlOias.
Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods.
181 S. High street. Opera House Block.
IK. A. DOWNING, r , j
Jl I Dealer In WillinerTi Straw Goods and Trinr
mings. No; 67 North High street. -
J II. -WiCKltl,
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hiah street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAtHAUSEN Ac HOHLLEBEH,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, VrfT " ,JI
(- .... j jto. on nortn uigo street; -
G W.N IS WANDER, . , -.
Merobant Tai lor and Dealer in Genis ' Fur
nishing Goods. Also agentforthe Diamond Shirts.
. -n isi sontn aign street.,,
THE OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
A-CL0TH1NG CO.. 185 8. High st. Genu'
hits made to order, j Jifady-made Clothing alj
ways on nana.
JOHN 17. RICKEN BACKER,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
mo. di norm mgn street.
JOHN HUNTER,
MERCHANT TAILOR. 920 3onth High st.
Choice stock of Clothing oonstantly on hand.
NEWS J)E AIaERS. , .
ANDREWS Ac HULL, " ' ' - - '
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, next door to Postoffice.
TIRED. CMLMANN,
A? News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English.
. 231 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDREWS, HKRHV A CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer, in Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 834 95 North High 8U
N
f VINS Ac nVERSt " -
Dealers in Printing. B00V. Writing and Fine
B00Y
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
B
ALD WIN k bTEVENs,
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
81 Son'h High street.
-TI. ELLIOTT,
PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 Sonth TTieh street.
Pictures made in every style and size.
D
J. ARCHER.
Photographs, Ambrotypes. Gems, etc., etc..
no. zse sontn riiRn street.
i i4 mi'i
PHYSICIAN.
Era. downn, ra. d.,
No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Heart. Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
JF. HARRIS Ac CO., t'.'''i
, Wholesale and Retail dealers for Liehte &
C'o.'s and Haines k Bro.'s Pianos- Also', Organs,
Melodeonsand other musical' instrnments.-
36 North High ttreet.
JSJ. WOODS, ?lvO 4
' Aeent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also; Organs ilelodeons and Sheet MuBic.
- - , -! ooutn nign street.
nzv? RESTAURANT.
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT)
Corner State andHigh streets.
CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
. -SEWING MACHINES., -
AETYA SEWING HIACHINES,
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and S Opera
House. W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
RD. DCflB tK Ac CO.,
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware, . Spectacles, Ac,. No. 11 EaU Town
street, - - ,,-' -j .- ,'.f.;
GATES Ac HARRINGTON.
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry. Silver Ware and Speo
taoles. No. 8 Neil Honte.
FA. Ac L LElIERtCX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY-WHOLESALE.
B
ANCHOFT BROS. Ac CO.,
1 Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions,
f !-.:-. 3 and 4 Gwjmi Block. Town street.- O
REED, JONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St.
BANKERS.
P. W. i HUNTINGTON :& CO-
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j B AN K E R S ,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febo-dly
P.ATl)". ,J JOS. BUTCHE8QN. . W.. PATCIH,
H1YDEN, HUTCBESON & CC,
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NOTICES.
NOTICE.
BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cleveland, May 28,1868.)
NOTICE IS HER E8IGIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes -of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after the expiation of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the su cks deposited to seoure the outstanding
circulation oi said Bank in pursuance of the fortj
first (41) section of the act to authorize Free Bank
ing, passed March 21st. 1851.
t, JOSEPH PERKINS. President"
H. R. Hublbut. Cashier. mavs d6m
" The Sisters of St. Marj's,
OF THE SPRINGS. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county,. will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition 175, 80. S85 and (90. according to the de
partment of the pupil. SR. ROsE, Sup't.
P Address Box 151V V ' T an3-dtf ,
FOU HALI0.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS. FIVE
J and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
8r-diU b 8014 lWBiCHARD KEVINS.
n-v-i
tatfsman;
THE PUBLIC DEBT.
Ascertained Debt $2,500,000,000—Pacific
Railroad Debt $4,000,000,000 in
Bonds and Lands—Contingent or
Floating Debt $4,000,000,000—Total
Debt Seven Thousand Five hundred
Millions of Dollars?
[From the Springfield (Ill.) Register.]
'The. actual ascertained debt of the
Government is more than twenty -fire
hundred millions of dollars. Some dis
pute has arisen whether it does not ex
ceed thirty hundred millions. Enough
!ia known .from official documents show
ing the debt already admitted to be no
less ; than $2,500,000,000. "And this
without taking into account the Pacific
railroad robbery. '. That little tteal in
volves an amount of several hundred
millions not yet. exactly , ascertained.
But beside this actual debt of twenty
five hundred millions, J and the ' Pacific
railroad debt, there is a contingent float
ing debt of four thousand Amnions,
which, it is admitted by high Radical
authority, can never be settled with less
than two thousand millions of dollars.
'-. Our Republican friends are apt to dis
pute : Copperhead 1 authority;' , Radicals
call our statements .lies, and thus dis
pose of appallling figures by a ' single
word.: - We want 1 the 'people to . know
the truth, and therefore invoke attention
to authority that cannot be disputed.'
Mr. Delano, a flistinguiBhe.d Kadical
member of Congress from Ohio, is well
known.' ;' He 'is -a man of figures, and
was chairman- of - the -committee on
Claims ' in' the Thirty ninth Congress.
T-f 1 '. '. 1.1
a.0 maae statements mere ana tnen
that alarmed Radical. members,' and Mr.
Boutwell, another leading Radical, put
questions to him. The following report
ot what passed will be' tound in the
Congressional Globe, at pages 2,189- and
2,190. ' Read it, candid Republicans ! .
' Mr. Delano Baid: ' .,i r'::v' ; ". "
.'Mrv Speaker-rI know very well that
there are reasons why these considera
tions should be expressed, Our nation
now groans .withj the .weight of public
debt and necessary taxation, and our
credit -r must r be ; maintained. I . know
that there are now floating claims e gainst
this nation ' not less In amount than
84,000,000,000, 'according: to my esti
mate;; and these claims, ifadmitted at
all,. will never be settled with less than
$2,000,000,000. ; ; J do not believe they
will be eettled for that.". . ;'
Mr. Boutwell. "Will the gentleman
let me ask a question 1 " '
Mr. Dftlano. " Certainlyr sir." -
Mr. Boutwell. " I would ask the gen
tleman whether when he refers to this
floating debt, whieh cannot be liquidated
without an expenditure 1 of $2,000,000,
000, ha refers to claims that may be
brought by persons in the eleven States
lately in rebellion V ' ' .': ; : ;
Mr. Delano. - I refer only to claims
of loyal persona". ',, 'V. ' : '3.':'-' .'
- Mr. Boutwell. " 'I would ask ' him
whether, he included .-claims that may
be brought , by persons . in the eleven
States lately in rebellion J" ; ; -
Mr.--Delano. . "I refer to such claims
as will be made by loyal people in all the
States, and . none other.,. When I- say
that it will take $2,000,000,000, 1 doit
on the assumption . that we shall com
pound these claims in some manner with
out settling up to the full amount 1"
Why Joe Brown, the Rebel Governor
of Georgia, supports Gen.
Grant.
: -. The -Radicals have much to say con
ceding Forrest, Wade Hampton, and
other rebel soldiers, striking hands with
the. Northern Democrats in support of
Seymour. ' As an offset, and something
of more .-importance, .we submit tne fol
lowing extract from a speech made by
Joe Brown, the notorious rebel Governor
of Georgia, ' at Atlanta, on the 22d of
August, justifying his support ot tjrrant
and his opposing the Northern Democ
racy. Me (Brown) said :
"I affirm that the so-called Democracy
does not even profess to stand upon a
single ' part of the old States Rights
Democracy.- How then, do I and those
who go with me, betray party faith when
we refuse to support the new organiza
tion 1 ?', Why ought we to sup
port the Democracy ,now thai it has aban
doned the right of secession ? I was only
bound to support the Democracy by
party faith when the Democracy stood
by the doctrines of State Rights."
' He coutinued : :'
"Upon what does the Democracy base
its claim, to our support 1 ; Is it the
friendship of the northern Democracy
during the war 1 . The mass of the
Democracy; rank; and file, came down
by hundreds of thousands, and with guns
in their hands they poured a deadly fire
into our ranks till we were conquered.
WitJiout their, aid against us, tee should
never have been subdued. - . ; ' ' .
These are plain words, easy to under
stand, and they "play hob" with much
of the silly, lying gabble ot Kadical or
ators in the North. They are the words
of one of the bitterest rebels in the South
a man who has been restored by a
loyal Congress'? to all his former po
litical rights. VniUicotne, Advertise.
[From the Bryan Democrat.]
Another Radical Fizzle.
For several days past the ' Radicals
hereabouts have . been advertising the
advent of Bill . Gibson, one of the lead
ing apostles of Radicalism, and syste
matically canvassed the county for the
purpose of raising a crowd to greet the
eloquent champion of the bondholders.
Three bauds were hired, flags were dis
played, and preparations made by the
committee for the grandest meeting ever
held in the county. . But, alas for Radi
cal hopes, the people who were
summoned most unkindly wouldn't
come. Gibson . came; " Ashley came;
the bands were out ; . the posters
announcing the . great event were
still stuck up around town ; the com
mittee was on the qui vive and other
local political notables were bustling
about, looking unutterable things ; all
went "merry as a marriage bell" until
it began to be surmised that the people
were not coming in, and the fact grad
ually dawned upon the excited imagin
ations of the wire-pullers and princi
pal fuglemen that they were going
to have a mass " meeting " without
people that after all their fuss
and leathers, and arrangements and
calculations, the meeting was going to
be a fizzle. '.. Talk of playing Hamlet
with Hamlet left out that's nothing.
Jefferson's rendering, of the interview
between Rip Van Winkle and his daugh
ter was just nowhere to the sighing ex
pression of profound disappointment
that marked the phizzes of the Radicals.
Why, even, the Democrats felt Borrow-
ful at the utter discomfiture of their ob-
ponent, for they had hoped for the honor
loP the town,' that the meeting wduld not
.'prove a lizzie.! ' ,7v :i!f,V! ; I
- ' ' .
The Campaign.
I 7 Notwithstanding ithe inclemency of
the weatbetS there was a fine ine'ating at
jthe Court House on Thursday night last,
to hear speeches front-Geneeral Durbin
Ward ' 'and'1 E. -B:-' Eshelmani ' editor
of the Omo StAtesmanT, both of whom
made their first appearance before a Mt.
Yernon audience. Gen. Ward is a pleas
ing, earnest and 'emphatic speaker and
made a decidedly favorable impression
.upon, all who ' heard him. His many:
strong points1 and telling hits, called
forth rapturous applause. Mr. Eshel-
man is a clear, logical and forcible
speaker, and his remarks gave great sat
isfaction to all who fieard him. -r
"' Qn Monday evening our distinguished
fellow citizen Judge Hurd,' made .his
first speech during tacampaign, at the
Court House; before: a large and appre
ciative andience.- H spoke for ; -nearly
three: hours, and the - earnest attention
that was paid to his remarks afforded
the best evidence of the good impression
produced upon the minds of his audience.
The Judge's Temarks were confined ex
clusively to the National debt and the
subject of ".Reconstruction, ' so-called;
and he discussed these topics so fully
and ably, that it seemed to us no man
of ordinary intelligence could fail to .be
convinced in regard to the -utter fallacy
of the Radical mode of administering
the Government, and disposing of the
great and vital questions of the day; ' "
- Judge Hurd speaks at' Greersville,
on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 7, ttbd at
Millwood on Monday afternoon,- Oct.
—Mt. Vernon Banner.
Carpet-Baggers.
The following letter written by Presi
dent Lincoln, will bIiow the -estimate in
which he held the. -men who are now
called carpet baggers::! -V i,T
EXECUTIVE MANSION,
WASHINGTON, November 21, 1862.
Dear Sir Dr. Kennedy,' bearer of
this, has some apprehension that Feder
al officers, not citizens of Louisiana, may
be set up as. candidates for Congress .in
that folate, in my view, there could be
no possible object in such an election.
We do not particularly need members of
Congress from these States to enable us to
get along with legislation here. What
we do want is the conclusive evidence
that respectable citizens of Louisiana are
willing to be members of Congress, and
to swear support to the Constitution, and
that other, citizens there are willing to
vote tor them and send them. To send
a parcel of Northern men here as Rep
resentatives, elected, as would be under
stood (and perhaps, really so), at; the
point ot the bayonet, would be disgrace
ful and outrageous; and were IVa mem
ber of Congress here I would vote
against admitting - any such man- to a
seat. i ours, truly,
A. LINCOLN.
Hon. G. F. SHEPLEY.
After the battle. -of Chickamauga
General Rosecrans was charged with eat
ing opium. .He has recently changed
his diet and taken to eating dirt rebel
dirt, at that. It seems to come perfectly
natural to the old Democrat. Forts
mouth Tribune. .; . - - -
Rosecrans won more decisive vic?
tories than any other General in , the
Federal Army, but because he is not
willing to let the Radicals steal all' the
soldiers tought tor; ne is thus denounced
by the Kadical press. They have de
nounced in no measured terms every sol
dier. no matter how. brilliant his record,
who has had the manliness to oppose
their revolutionary measures. Urant and
Sherman have been as thoroughly abused
by them as Blair and Rosecrans. Chu-licothe
Advertiser.
DEMOCRATIC GERMAN MEETINGS.
.Hawses-
John B. Jeup, Esq, Editor of the Cincin
nati Volksfreund, will address the people in
the German language as follows ; ... .
AT WOODFIELD, Thursday. Ootober 8th.
All the above meetipgs iwiU ie in the
evening, unless otherwise ordered by the
county committees.. .
.Hon. Emit Rothe, of Wisconsin, will
speak'. - '"'
At CLEVELAND. Monday, October Bth.
At SANDUSKY CITV, Tuesday. Ootober 6th.
Other German meetings will be here
after announced. '
E. F. BINGHAM,
Ch'n Dem. Ex. Con. O.
DEMOCRATIC BASKET MEETINGS.
i The "Democratic Executive Committee
announce the following Basket meetings:
Oc Saturday, October loth, at Groreport, for
Madison. Hamilton and south part of Truro town
ship. Speakers Hon. P. Van Tramp, E. B. E sh
elman and Thomas Sparrow.
Let arrangements be made to make theso
meetings the largest ever held in the coun
ty. Bring. your baskets. Bring your
wives and daughters. Bring' your sons.
Bribe your Republican neighbors, pre
to spend the day and have a good
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chairman Co. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
NEW GERMAN MEETINGS.
Hon. Erail Rolbe
Will speak in German at h .' -
FORT WAYNE, Ind.,Ootob'r 6th.
CINCINNATI. Ootober Tth and 8th. ' t
SANIUSAY CITY, Ootober 8th. ; "
TOLEDO, October 10th.
: Mr Rothe's meeting at Sandusky City,
October 6th, is changed to October 9tb, as
above.
W. W. WEBB, E. F. BINGHAM
Secretary. Chairman.
GEN. JOS. II. GEIGER
Will address the people of Franklin
county at the following places:
H ARRISBUR'. Monday erening, Ootober 5th.
GR0VEPKT, Tuesday evening. Ootober 6th.
COLUMBUS (west front State House), Saturday
evening. Ootober 10th, with Hon. P. Van Trump
and others. . .:-.-
Let, men of all parties '.attend . these
meetings and hear the political issues of
the present campaign discussed., .-,;
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman Dem. Co. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
12. B. Esl"lman
Will address the Seymour and Blair
Club of Pleasant Valley, on Monday even
ing, October 5, at 7 o'clock.
GEORGE LINCOLN.
Chm'n District Committee.
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Secretary.
Gen. Jo. II. Geiger,
Will speak ".'
.t OSBORN. Greene "county, on Friday, Oct. Sth
at P. M and ,
At XEM IA, Friday evening, Cctober 9th .
By order Dem. Dist. Com.
Franklin County Democratic Executive
Committee Room.
The Franklin County Democratic Execu
tive Committee Room (Thurman Hall) will
be open during thecampaign from 9 o'clock
A. M. to 10 oclock P. M. (Sundays except
ed.) Democrats are cordially invited to
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chm'n.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
DEMOCRATIC
MASS MEETINGS.
i;l.f!! ot f j.'-iu) v!o&3ti-J
j i:.'ii a 1 .
I ,J 11 '': i ... I ;-JJ
Hon
A. G. Tharman'a Annntn.
I :' u! ''' menls. '
AT.KLOSr)PX-jwUh,,Johl.n . Thomas. Esq.. and
others, Thursday, Ootober 8th. , .
At GALION.-M mday. October Sth. "
At 11ELAWAKE. Wednosday, Oolober7th. "'
At LO MDOV. Tbnrsday,Gotaber8th.
At WASHING ION C?H Saturday. October 10th;
.. Uoai Geo. 11. Pagh t
Willspeak ....., -,; -i
j At HAMILTON. Saturday eyentng, Ootober loth.
. Gen. Iurbin Ward, -
AtSPRINGFIELD, Saturday evening, Ootober
! WillBpeak ; . ' '
At TEXAS, Champaign county, Monday Octo-
' -ber 5th -t ... ....
At PIQUA. Oclober.Sth. ' " '
At GREENVILLE. October Tth: "' " - -
j . Gen. Geo. : W. McCtok Se. ' Gem.
!..,, , ,. Joseph II. Gelger ,-.
Will, with others, address the people y
A7,-W-00JlSFISLP' -Monroe coanty, SThnrsday"
; October oth, -
i --' nop. Geo.' II. Pendleton '
Willspeak '' ''- ' -' ' r
At ELVRIA. Wednesday. Oct. Tth. ' '- ! 1,1
At Mt, .VERNON. 'ihursday.Oct.Sth.
H &.PtyL?il.' Henl? eonoty. Friday, Oct. th.
At 1RO I, Ootober loth. :
"Hon. P. Van Trump '
. Willspeak'' -.:. " 'T
At GROVE PORT. October 10th."' -1
At COL U H BUS. October loth, evening.
i ' Hon. Cbiltoa-A. White
And others will sneak aiir,-. - t
At MILLERSRURG, Holmes Co. Thursday, Oct.
cth s. i .. -;. ... ... ., ; ..
Col. W. M. Smallwood and . Col.
.,s. .w. coit,,
Of New Orleans,, and late of the Federal
army will, speak ..;
At CINCINNATI. Monday, Oot. 5th. '...
! "" Gen." George W. McCooU
With others, will speak .'
i At RAVENNA. Monday. October Sthr ' '.,
! WARREN. Tuesday. Ootober Bth. '
- ' , Gen. Frank P. Blair '
Will speak at . -f . '
CINCINNATI, October 5th. , - ., .
Hon, 8. W. Colt, r E.a., sand Horn.
Chilton A White
Will speak
At CHILLICOTHE. Saturday. October 10th. "
klon A. G. Thurman and Hon.
. ranU H.AIurd
Wiil address-the people ..;:;'.' . .
At MARION. Tuesday, October tth." '
Hon. C. N. Lamiron
Will speak with Hon. A. G. Thurman " '
At MARION, October Bth.' ,s:' ' '-' 1
At DE LA WARE. Ootober 7th. , ,
At LONDON, October 8th.'
At WASHINGTON C. H October 10th- -
; ;-. Gen, Thomu' Uwing Jr,
Will address the people
W FD,?iTlJTHV(8T9,lin) Ootober Sth.
At IRONTON. October 6:h.
At GALLIPOLiS, Octohet 8th. " ' i
At ATHENS. October oth. : ...
At CHILLIC01HIE. Ootober 10th.
' ' Hon. Robert Hutchesoa
Will speak
At RAVENN A.: Monday, October 5th. '
AtWARREN, Tuesday. Ostober Bth, :
At O TT A V A, Putna u oounty, Wednesday. Octd
ber7th. '
At SIDNEY. Saturday, Ootober 10th.
Gov. Thomas E. Bramlelte
Willspeak ,;- . , - ,
At CINCINNATI. October 5th. . -
At DAYTON. October Sth.
Hon. Chilton a: White, "with E. B
i -binelmaa, " - -Will
speak .... -
At MKDIN A. Monday, Oct 6th.
At CRESTLINE, Tuesday eyenins, Oct.,6th.
Hon. Chilton A. White, with Oth
ers "
Willspeak ' ' : ''1
At OTTAWA, Wednesday, Oct. Tth. ! ''::
Hon. W. Reed Golden -
Willspeak .........
At GALLIPOLIS. Thursday, Oot. 8th. ,
Gen. Isurbiu. Ward and Hon.' A
Mayo,
'Will speak at " ! "
CAMBRIDGE1, Saturday. Oct. 10th' r.-'M
-x. . m a
.'um'. I,.
E. F. BINGHAM, Ch'n.
W. WEBB. Sec'y.
New Advertisements.
CAME LAWS
. NOW IN . FORCB . 1
IN THE STATE OF. OHIO.
' " ' ;i Passed April 3i, 1S07) ;
OECTIOIi I. IT SHALL RR TTKil.anr
O k ULin anyplace to catch, kill or injure, or inr
su with such intent, any auail.or Virginia nartrMM
ruffled grouse, or pheasant, or any wild turkey, be-
ween toe ii any 01 reoruary ana tne iatn day ot
October, inolusive.
And it shall be also unlawful for any person, at
any time after the 1st day of February aad before
the 1st day of November, to catoh, kill or injure, or
pursue with such intent, any dove, wild rabbit or
hare, except on the premises of the person so l ining;
provided, that it shall be unlawtul to oatcb. 01 at
tempt to catch with a net or nets, snare or trap, an;
quail or Virginia partridge, at any time after tue
passsge of this act.
Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for any person to pur
chase, or have in his possession, or expose to sale
any of the birds or game mentioned in this act so
caught or killed during the season when the catch
ing, Bluing or injuring tne same is hereby prohibi
ted. -''' '.' (Act of 1861.) ' "' '
Htf A T .V.ll k .1..ri ' a.' i
troy or disturb the eegs of any of the birds proteot-
; ''' PEfAtjTV. ;
Sec. 5". Any persons offending against any of the
provisions of this act shall, on conviction, be fined
in any sum not less than two dol ars nor more than
twenty collars lor eacn ottense. with costot pro.-ecu-tion.
or be imprisoned in the oonntv iail not mora
than twenty dajs, or both at the discretion of the
ACT FOR PROTECTION OF FISH
Passed May 13, 1861.' '
It shall he unlawful to catch, or attempt to catch
fish, by means of any drag net. gill net. drift net,
sein, fish basket, fiih pot, set net, stationary not,
wire pound, or by poisoning the waters with lime or
any deleterious substance whatever ia any of the
siyers, urveas or streams wuuiu tms otate.
Every person offending against the prt)visirn3 of
tnis act snail lorieit ana pav, tor mverj nfia on en so
a penalty of not lesa than five dollars nor more than
filteen dollars.
N. B. The COLUMBUS GAME CLUB intend to
prosecute all persons lound violating the above laws,
oct3-dl0t-o . .
SEALED PROPOSALS
' --"?"- " . .!- '
WILL. BE KECEIVRD AT THE OF
flee of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until 1 ' . , :;
' Monday, Oct. Sth, 1S68,
at 4 o'clo-k P. M., for furnishing materials and
doing the following work 1 ....
For building a double row flag stone crossing
across Third street at the north side ef Long street.
r'or grading and paving the gutters on Gangewer
alloy from Mound street to South Publio lane.
Por grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks
gutters, and crossings on Washington avenue from
Hast Gay stteetto East Long street.
For grading and paving the nutters and sidewalks
and grading n 1 graveling the roadway on Prospect
alley, from McKee alley to North Publio lane.
The bid-i will be opened by the committee of the
ward in which the work is to be done. The com
mittee reserve tberight to reject any or aU bids at
their discretion.
B. F. BO WEN,
Citv Civil Engineer. '
City Civil Engineer's office. No. SS South High
street, up stairs. sep30-dtd
THE
FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR
IS 3PCSTrClJ-jEIID.
On account of the weather and condition of the
Track, to the
6th, 7th, 8th and 9th of Oct.
.' By order of the Board.
1 - , B. ,F. REES, President.
. C. H. Glenn, Secretary.
sepiM dtt-r j
- J m : LI J..-, I ; ( 1 Oi'.." .j . in-ill i;.:
u-i'i ka oj MEDICAL .i- u-, 01 --.o
i Wl ;!'; jg -..5 .7 J 3,1
BCISPIIBGYS -r -
nvkEpPATHIG " SPECIFICS
H- AVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE 5
' experience, an entire sncoees i Simple h,.
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the ,
only Medicines perfectly adapted" to popular nee,0'''
eo biuiple -that .mistakes cannot be made ia
using them ; so harmless as" to be free from dan- '
ger, and so efficient aa to b-alwaye reUabla.'o'-i
They have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render satisfaction. -1 - - - ' '
KOS. ' '''' I l: "'-:: 'ii .Ill-ill IVMtA-
1, Cures Fever, Congestion, Inflammatlons.26
8, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Collc.SS '
: 8, Orylnar-OoJic orTeetbing-of Infantsas - 0
4, u giarrlioea of Children or Adnlts.. SB .,
6, '" ' Dysentery. Griping, Bilious Celie.es '' "
6, ; 14 Cbolera-ITIorbua, Vomiting... - .
7, " Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis. '.....:.. 25 "
8, WenralRla, Toothache, Eaceachej.S '
9, . " HeadacUeaSickHeadache.VertigoaS ,
10, ' Vyspepslm Bilious-Stomach. ...'.: "
4ll,.)i , Snpitreased, or Painful Periods,. .86 n
12, Wbltea too profnse Periods 85 '"
13, . ' Croup, Coogb; Difficult Breatbing,.as -
14, - " ,, KaUunem,Erysipelas,BrnpUons25
15, ' Rlienmatism, Khenmatic pains.. SS "
16, i -' I'everAAjsue, Chill tever, AgaeeSd
17, . , Piles, blind or bleeding... T7.Tr.... 50 ,
18, ' pthalmy, and sore or WaR EyeeSO
19, ." - Catarrb,acata or chronlcJlnllnenaaSO
90, " 'W hooping Cougli.viotentcongliOO
SI, ? : Asthmsj, oppressed Breathing .50 o-
2, " Ear DIscInaa-ges.impaireQhearlngSO ,
3, Scrofula, en larked eiands,swllings59 1 li
SeneraU)ebiUiy,pHyacalweakne8B5e 1,
85. M IroiSV. and acantv Secretions Ml '
1 mrt m . 1 , "7T
. x.auuvr AMncaw, m.Tci,. .... ..ou
S3, ' " Nervous Debility Seminal ' '
.;lu, i Eoilaalonsj iayeduntary . Din- ;
charges 1 00
9,: Sore Montli,.Qinker.Z.i..X.. :i "
SO, . 1 Urinary Weakness, wetting bed50 :..
81, ' " 1 Palnl-nl Periods, with spirals .'.50 '
8-2. . " OuOerlnsrs at chancre of life.. 1 OO.-
! 83, .EiIIepsy,Spasms,St.Vltus'Dancel 00 ',
, -- - Dipntneria, ulcerated tore throat. 6.
rAXtHT CA.SJBM i o
Of SS to 70 larsre vials, meroeee -- :) ;!i
or rosewood case, coiitaiulnst ,
a specllic for every ordinary ' '
disease a family Is subject to, ,
and books of directions
From (tioto $31 1 1
Smaller Family and Traveling cases, , - , .,
with SO to 28 vials lrom S to . "
' Spedflcsforall Private DIseaaes,boUi . '.
, 1 lor liunng ana lor rreysnilTS .
- treatment, in vials and pocketcaeee,$2to$ '
.'.,.-!.,; POND'S EXTRACT, ' i.4iiCK'-(
Cures ' Bnrna - Bruises, Launenesa,
Soreness, Sore Tliroat, Sprains, Tooth
ache. Earache, Neuralgia, Rhtnmt.
tlsm. Lumbago, Piles, Bolls, Stings,,,
Bore Eyes, Bleeding or the liunsrs.
Nose, Stomach, or 01 Piles; Corns. tj'W :
Cera, Old Sores. Price 60 cts. to $1.75
tar- These Remedies', except POND'S EX- '
TRACT, by the case or single box. are sent ta
any part of the country, by mail or express, free .
Address Humphreys Specifio' ' ' ' "J 7
;: Homeopathio Medicine Company, '
Office and Depot, So. B62Bboaiwat, New York. -; -
" Dr. Humph rbts is consulted daily at his office, .,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms or
disease. - i. .1 .-:.-; :i i
. 3 FOR BALB BV ALL DRUGGISTS. 1 , ...r,
-, . i. - JU:- V..-
1 - ' 'J jvlS-deodftwiy,
BRIAN'S LIFE . 1NV1G0R1T0P,
i 0B REJUVENATING ELIXIR,
For the immediate relief and Tisrmanent enre of
thatcondRiun which unfits the sufferer a from per-
lorming tne anttes ot me. ana wnten arises troin a
morbid condition of the Kidneys and bladder, and
results in nervous prostration and organic debility.
1 have used this remedy in my private practice
with unvarying success for many years. 1 am
therefore induced to offer it to the afflicted, feeling
confident its merits will be appreciated. It is
adapted to all derangements of the Urinary Organs.
It strengthens the system, and gives iifo, health
and strength to all who use it and follow mv direc
tions It never fails to remove Nervous Debility.
Impotency or Want of Power, and all Wtaknets
arising from Excesses or Youthful Indiscretion, re
snltingin -
LOSS OF MEMORY. NERVOUS TREMBLING,
U N PLEASANT DREAMS. GEN'L LASSITUDE,
WEAK. NEttVES. DIMNESS OF VISION.
H HAD AC HE. FLUSHING OF THE SKIN.
Which, if neglected, will assuredly lead on to In
sanity or Consumption. When the system is onee
effected it will not recover without help.. Itmnst
be invigorated and strengthened to enable the suf
ferer to iumil tne duties or lite. . .
SnlH Kv minrinal llriifririatji AVM-.wfiATA ' '
Price One Dollar per bottle Six Bottles for Five
uousrs. - . ...
Sent by exoreig, on- receipt of the money, by i '
DU. J. BKYAN, 86 East 13th sU. New York.
Private circulars sent free; enclose stamp.
T1 fcADIES If youreauire a reliable reme-
a dy, wny cot use tne Dest 1 Jjxperience has
prorej tnat ........ ,-. -i,. .
DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS ..v.
Have no equal. They are safe and sure in ordina
ry cases.
Price One Dollar per Box. v ? ' '- ' '.i
i DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS. ,, .,
Four degrees stronger than the above, are intended
for spxil cases, and may always be relied on.
Prioa Five Dollars ner Box. , .
Illustrated private circulars sent free." Enclose
stamp. ,
If you cannot procure the pills enolose the tnon
ev and address DR. J. BRYAN. 98 East 13th St.
New York, and they will be sent free from obser
vation ny rerurn pt man.
VOCNO IttEN The utmost .reliance maybe
A placed in ...
KF.Lf.'R KPECIFrC PILLS.
For the speedy and permanent cure of Seminal
Weakness or Emissions, the result of Youthful
Indiscretion or Excesses. They can be used with
out detention or interference with business, and
the will restore you to hea'th and strength.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR. Private oirculars with
instructions sent free. Enclose stamp.
If you eannotproenre the pills enclose tbejnoney
and address DR. J. BRYAN, 88 Kaat 13th st. New
York, and they will be sent free from observation
by return man. - - - . v4-deod&wiy
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L LESQUEREUX
- i IMPORTERS AND DEALERS XN - :
WATCHES,
JEWELBV,
CIjOCIsIS, ! ' ' -
''' SILVER and
LPls A'A'ED WARE,
CAES, SPECTACLES,
- ctrrijERY, , :;':;;
GOLD PEfS, -
POCKET-ROOKS and ;
OPERA CLASSES,
; IN ENDLESS yARIETY". .
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seth Thomas' and lVaterbuiy Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. . Also, Agents
tor tne
3ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
es (French and Ueneva) in fun supply at
- low rates.
3 All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. A LESQUEREUX. '
feblt-eodly No. 71 South Hinh St., Coluiahus,
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
DEALKS 1H ; , '
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY,
. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 4c. . .
173 South High street, Columbus, 0. Repairing
oarelully done and warranted. mi7-eodem
BOOK BINDERY.
SIEBERT& LILLE Y,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
" PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS. ;
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK. BOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head-
. ings. 1 or
COUHTT OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, M ANFFACTDRBRS
BANKERS, RAILROAD COMPANIES- AC.
... ' ." '
JB3- Full sets of Books made on short notir.
warranted to give perfect satisfaction. '
OPERA HOUSE BUILD1NC,
aprll eouly COLUMBUS, OHIO.
GROCERS.'11
M'COLM, MILES & M'DOIILDS,
NO. 14 & I SOUTH HIGH STREET-
: 6UOCEBH, :..
TlROPRIRTORt r-OI.IITI lit IB POW
IT DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hatard Powder Company a Powder. Agents tor
'he sale of
GARDNER, PH1PPS A CO.'S
Celehruted Sugar Cured Hants
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES
in all their varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, eta. luil-eodly
"PAPER.WAREHOUSESi
on
PAMn7fvYAREH0USE.
,T"A7('-' 30iv "or
The ttentiou of the Traders called to the superi-
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(Natrona Saleratiis'
: J ;. 'jii.t M-.-ii ne,-"iz-:;
A.. WORD Wira ' TOtTT 1
BRPAD IS THE bTFP OF LlrF-1
your most important articleof diet. The health ,
ot your family largely depends upon its being . r . T
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
: .! 7' r.y ' ' ? i i .;;?;;
Would you have it so? Then use only , .
NATRONA SALERATUS!;
,. WIT IS. ABSOLUTELY J?URE,-f
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light 1
. white and beautiful. Taken ponad- hvme ..
to your wife to-night She will be
! delighted with it. ,
Buyers of Soda should try our ' "s' "
BR-AIIBUNATE OF SODA.:.
V, e guarantee it not only far superior to any other ,
American make, but even purer than the best New
Castle or English Sodav .
I MANUFACTURED BV THS J. ; ',"
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
(
i' " PITTSBURGH PA.
VNV-anglo4odly-r ""' '
A New Article of Food. -
-! -7 .:i " ; ' " !i -.:.". v -.
. ;i,v. ... ;t ; t7"rot(oJ : i, ...
It was M. Brill at Savarin, the celebrated French
Gastronome, who first said, that '"the man who in- "
vents a new dish does more tor Society than the .
man who discovers a Planet.". The
" CACIO II MACCAROxi -jt ! "J.
or Italian prepared Cheese Maocaroni, is now of- h
fared as a moat delicious, wholesome and piquant
comestible (ooavtaent lunch) for the use of ram- ,
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers, "
and for use in Beer S loons. Bar or Sample Rooms."'
It is eaten on Bread, Biscuit or Toast. ...
It is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese "Ihto - -I
tint di pan condtntro."l Especially ia it adapted, , j
for those climates where the article of sheese can
not be kept in a sound oondition. for any length, of 1
,time. ... - . , , .
i It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Bash or"
Stews-aad warmed upon a stove, after the can -bas
been opened, it malies, without further p reo
peration, a Delicious Welsh Raribit. - -
: For Travelers and others, it is far more onom-'
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted Meats. i on i--;-.i7.
. The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a trial. . - - --; : -
' Send i for s ampls dozen ii lb Cans, and MOSb- n
XV gilded show eard, securely packed, and ship-
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts '
msde to the trade. t .,.
; N. B. The Caoiodi Maocaroni is put up ia tin J
boxes, and packed in cases of twodosen at 18 per 1
.case, net cash.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Fruit Stores. -I
Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
AU orders. and communications should be ad- )
flressed to . . . . .-
I THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
! - 96 Liberty Street, New York. '
; vNY-scpys-aeoaomos - , .
Bank Notice.
AJOTICE IS HfcKtlBY GIVEN TO
'rlN all whom it may concern.- that the City Panic '?
. pf Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking ompany at the city ot Cleveland,
Dbio.under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate !
be State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies." passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous "
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business.::,
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
raid Htate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re- - -deemed
more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the ''
tame to the Treasurer of State of the said State of 4
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
, given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer, -Secretary
- and Auditor of.State of said State of -.
Ohio to- the redemption of its outstanding notes of
: circulation at the offioeof the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
taid City Bank is located. "
i Done by order of the Board of Directors of the '
' Cityjiank ot Cleveland, July th. ijbh.
eland, July tn, to, .
LEMUEL WICK. President.
jyil-dltawGm ,
T. ALL EN,' Agent.
WII.fL.CON ri.lUB THE COAL BUS1.
NESS at his present stand, ;
! No. 135 NorlU Ilish atreet,
and will take orders in both' CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING CO Ah, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price,
I tar Special attention paid to Shipping.
myW-eodtf
NOTICE.
A IjI. PKHBOffa
A work for repair at T. Anderson's Carriace
MWUand.venot ealled for iCary hareky
nhtified that such work as has been on hand for four
months or over, will be sold at publio auction, on
tT. S;.r .f Ntate 'nd Hish-er sts, unless ealled
for aad eba-ges paid within thirty J".
j ' Columbus , O., Sept. 31, XS8. J pUl-dltawSsj- ,

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