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COLUMBUS, OHTO.IFRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,, 1868.
! NUMBER 33.
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ahTS eenu per tqur eaah inoBrtiOD: few time
noDtQ0sxiai(ertk disooant of on-baU from Da.il
ADTSRTrenro ronwiirtT Stjttpjuh H 50
Pct imilim,twa for emch d-
itional iiwertioa. - . ,.t : . -: - . -
Bckimss NoncBS. Weenti neli Insertion. 3 ,
NoncBB ot Iitb. SOoenta.
h'OTICBOF MRRIAOI8, T5nt. "! ' " ' "
Kklibioi 8 Nothxs. hlf rrio. - - r:.
j)C JrawVmi advtrt uemunt atttsi i pod or o
T;BIIOOKta, i'.v sv-m i-.,- v
cArchiteei. Ciril Kncineerjke. i
r Offiea over the National Exchange Bank
ATTORNEYS., M i l
Bilt FlAH,-iv, . r,.-.- i ."wn
, ATTOfiNEl S AT LAW -Office,
No. 69 South High street, AmboeBuild-
Inc. -B-Jii.i - -J ' - '
' ATTORMi V-A'I'-LAW A MAYOR, '
--.' - . - . llayrt Office.
Aiivtuisi-Ai-ba w a notary roblio.
An. Offioa in Parson's Buildinul1
P. W OOBBI FI , .
ATTORN E lf-AT-LAW A KoUry Public'
Office 151 Honth High street.
AUCTION ; AND COMMISSION
JCki'BBAtL ' .-t....;. t .....
e AuoVjooeer and Dealer ia Real Estate Hons
hold Goods, Clothing and Notions, , - ,i4
No. 7 West Broad street.
GEOKCE rtATrtK,'' 1 1
Barber and Hair Dresser. ' Hot and Col.
Baths. Basement Poscoffice Bildin. -
ij Boek .Binders. - Blank) Book Manufaoturem.
Printers and Publishers.
! BOOTS & SHOES.'
T. WIL,L,lAITlt Sc CO..
-144 South Hieh atraet.A Jut rMa1w1 an
.legant-assortmant. .iew stjles, low prices. Lai.
dies, pitase call. . .. ...
lAthe noted bousa fur aood Boeanl Shontl
at low prices fw atocs J est received.
176 South High street.
ROBl-vSON-fcCfe, . 3 ; 1.
Dealers ia Pitteburjh and Ohio Coal., Alao,
Coka, Brain Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe.
- ' - Hoith Hieh street.
COMMISSION MERC HAISTS.'
FITCH At MUM.
Commission. ForSfftrdnff ami' PrnrlneA Mer.
ehants, dealers u ttraio; frour, se, S7 W. Broad
r--r,-T-l CORSETS. -
DII. MDHaEMA; CO.,': A
Manufacturers and Dealers in French, Ger
man and American Corsets.
Also. Hood ckirts.
181 Opera House. s
CROCKERY kt: vr.:, V :
Whoiasala. and Retail Dealer in Chins,
Queenaware, Ulass, Plated Goods, Lamps and Lamp
tixtnrea.t f .s .- 1 . 48 Norib High street.
Ci j'i-w A-r,
1 Importer smd Wholesale and Retail Dea'er
In Crockery. China. Glass. Cutlery, PUtad Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps, Ac. '
i ;M-;jaa 8oati, High street.''
WAKPlliK at emMIIlHKtJt,
i i-s ...a Ac )a East Broad street
We aim to be the bet.
GW DUNN, DENTIST. The bet styles
of: Dentistry, including Dunn's improroJ
Minrral Plata. .4Jffice.l and 11 Opera Bloek. ' '
CIBBULI CO., ..-'
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oil
Cloths. klaUinge, shades. Hats, Caps and furs,
corner HigB and friend streets. - - - -.
Ju.-asuouni tc , o., -
i: MS South Hieh street.
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths,Curtains, Sta la and
Fanoy Dryiioods. o .- - -
11 v.aw.H. rAt,
Wholesale and' Retail T)AAra In Mt.nl. .nl
raucy vi j vraoaa. ana uanuiaoiDrers ot ladies'
Cloaks. . - l&tS.Highs'reet. 1
TMffJHTil AT. DH Y OOOOtt STOKE. '
X F. Krum A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods and
Not! ns, lett south rourtn street.
JAM KM NAIltBH 'ON, ' 1 ' ' .-
Wholesale and ReUil Dealer In Dry Goods,
Naugbton Biul dint. Noa.US and JSS South Hign
Street. : - . -- ":
K.M ON Sc 1UC1N , ' " . -.-. v - .
Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' i urBishina Goods. No. 6 Neil House.
;I1.CHU1SX, HAX kce
vJ Dealers in Staple and Faney Dry Sools.
I,,." jr W o- 9 South tjinii street.
A C. McAIffiETr Ac :( . -
sYt Foreign and Domestio Dry Good's, Cloths,
ura, etc.' 850 A i6S Sooth High street. - , .
DElOT ItHCOVTOllt:. -.
J0HJS U. HOBJCRTS.
Druggist and" Apothecary.
M North High street.
MAlseL.14 Sc H118W4, .
WHOLLSALE RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
e .109 South High St.. Columbus. O.
B1,,!1?' "KICK, at CO., -
Whol"l.and Rwail Druggists, and Dealers
in Propnet,ary audicinead ' -
; - - -84 North Higk street.
RICHtiS at moOHU, ..--. -,x , . y,. . ,
Designers. k-agraTers and Publishers. Kota-'
rial and other aeala enaraTed to order.
Noa. 107 and l South High street.
COLCiriBUS CABIrsET CO., , -w
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal-
rs in Garniture. Cnairs, Mattraaees, eto. ; . v
No. kill South Higa Sk (Opera House).
4 into FiiHitiTiriir., 7
y lUnulacturersot nrstolaas r urnlture. Whole
sale and Retail Warerooms. 6, 7 ana; 8 Gwynue
HOUSE ; FDRNISHING.a;;
1' y. sc co. 4
Dealer, is Mntlm.--Ktyi.i and frnnna Vnr.
n isniug Gooasi, Also, XiiLCopper aud Sheet Iron
Ware. 1 u'.Jri tZ.., t- .
A sasiib at AK-r. -V x : t .
f- House furnishing oods. Mantles, Grates.
.rvu, owresaoa manues.
. " -"'i --?'' South High street.
a ston.-'aTa ya.es m, a. hiis. .mom .
A Dealers ia Hardware, oom FurnUhirie Goods
Marble and blato Mantles, Grates, Su,es. Hot Air
Furnaces, tu u-ms. '- 'AO North High ttreetT
HQOPSIURTSr . :
"? , V - -' i
HELD, hiieiJ-"J -
JjJ Manutaoturer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. . AJaov dealer la BerlU-Zphr
nd Fanoy Goods, l South High street, jgg
tionr and Fanoj Ooodi dvoeraliy. special Agent
for tha celebrated Eliai Howe Gold Medal Sawing
Hackine. No. 6 South Hie h tree t. ,
HATS & CAPS.
HS. m. W. LACF,
t fSniwMwir to E. L.anf.1 Dealer In Haa. Cana.
rnrr ana straw uooaa u oonin mm fireei.
M , (Sun Uolden Hat.)
f ' 1K)T&LS.!
' Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor.
niTtO 9H'THS HltrEk,
t : vornor man ana 1 own street.
E. J. BJ(HH, Proprietor.
Corner Konrth A Friand ata. HnmmoHtnna
koose and extensive stables .
1a. A. BOWEKs. Proprietor.
Vf EKCHiHTS' HOTEL,,
111 I MO South High itreeCUoodstablini attaoh-
ad to nremiaea.
P. THATCHER, Proprietor.
anranoa Company. Assets, $18 '00.000.
-i - WM. JAA1180N, Agent. Columbus. O.
GEN tRAb AGENTS Security Life Insurance
No. 6 Opera House,
INSOUANCIiCOniPA V OF
kna tk unUal m.A A ma.m AH K.1A
LX Colambos, O.
W3. H. BAKER.
Office, Nos. A T Opera House
( Wholesale and Retail M illinerr Goods.
. 191 S. High street. Opera House Block,
JJ. Dciler in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim-
ains. No- 67 North High street.
J H. WlLKIfJ,
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh street.
,;; MERCHANT TAILORS,
SCHAFHAfTSEN Sc 4 0HLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, . ' -
' No. 58 North High street. '
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents
Also asenttortbe Diamond Shirts.
, , 121 South High street.
TBEOHIO 1TIERCH4NT TAILOKING
a A VLUTUlMil CO.. 185 S. Highnf.
nMdeCtothi0 a?' ;'
suits maae m oraer. . juaay.
wajs on hand.
JOHN II. KLCKEMHACtlEK,
Merohant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
no. oi norm Hign street.
. MERCHANT TAILOR, SiO South High st.
Ch'doe stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
'-t. ? !f
News Dealors, Booksellers
Cto. 55 South High street, nex'
door to PostofBce.
tpUtEO. CHL.MANN, - '
V News Dealer, Hookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
S31 Sonth High street.
, PAPER WAREHOUSES, etc
A NDHEWS, PEURI Sc CO , ' 7 r
t. Manufacturers and Deaiersin Writinv. 'Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 93 A 95 North High St.
NfrVlNS Sc l-lYEKSj - J - -Dealers
in Priming, Book, Writing and Fin
Papers 86, S8 A40 Nor.h High street.
n ! PHOTOGRAPHERS.
DALIIWIK k M'hVKIHS.
D- 1 PH0T0GRA PHEKS.
81 Sonih High street.
Om PHOTOGKAPHER, 107 Sonth High street.
rictures made in every style and sis.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc
i - . .No- 236 South High street.
DOWN!), HI. !..
3 Opera House, 'freato Diseafesof the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also. Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS, r . ?rn
T F. HAUKIjf Sc CO., -
f , W bolesale and Retail dealers for Ligh
uo. i ana Maine, a. xiro.'s nauos. Also, Organs.
ttalodeont and utber musical instruments. . .
' 36 North High ttreet.
Agent fur Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet Mufic.
ill South High street.
BARK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner Stale and Hish streets..
-" CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
Aeta EWie niAcniNEi, -The.
bask in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
r J. UVrsBAts. 4c CO,
IV. Dealers in Fine Watohes
No. 11 tat Town
GATES Sc HAKRIN4STON '- ' '
(Suroessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia- .
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silvet Ware and Spas-,
taclea. No. 8 Neil Honre.
im iA. & Ij LEaDEREE!X. ---
A? ' Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrr. No. 71 South High street.
ANCaOfT BROS. Sc CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
t j 3 and 4 Gwynoe Block. Town street.
DEBO. JONES Sc CO.
Mannfaeturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St.
! i NOTICES.
Vt:Z Bank Notice.
'''':' ' . -1 ' 1. T i i i ?. ti. 7 O 13.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may eonoern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking '.ompany at the oity ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
ihe Stats' Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34th, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and dosing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said Stat of ubio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer f Stat of the said Stat of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary and Auditor of State of said Stat of
Ohio io' the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbeomoeof the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said oity of Cleveland, w litre
nd Oity Bang is locatea.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July 9th. 1X08,
iland, July 9tn. lB,
LEMUEL WICK. President.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE LEFT
work for repair at T. Anderson's Carriage
Manufactory and have not called Jo iW-are hereby
notified- that such work as has been on hand fur four
months, or over, will be sold at publio auction, on
the oorner of state and High str ets, unless called
for and aba ges paid within thiitydats from date.
n i v A - - XrAKDERSON.
.. Columbus, Sept. -Cms; sept31-dltK3w E
t-wid BANK OF COMMERCE,. I
' CLkVBLAND. Mav HWR I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of tha i..
Hank of Commerce, and all othir partfe interested
that after tbe expiration of six months fromthi."
date, application will oe mad to the Auditor Sm
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the st cks deposited to secure tbe outstanding
eireolation oi said Bank in pursuance of the forti
first(41 section of the act to authorise. Free Bank
iaa. passed March list. ia61. ' - .-
irj JOSEPH PERKINS. Presidentl
, H. B. HmtLBCT, Cashier. ma?a5-d6tn
The Sisters of St. Mary
Of THE SI-RINGS. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perrv eonnty, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
tbe first Mondar in September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition. 7, S80. 885 and &0, scoording to the de
partment of the pupil, . . bH. ROoE, Sqp'u
AddroisBox i6L ii ...-. -mJ-dtf
[From the Mobile Register, Sept. 29.]
The Tuscaloosa Monitor Again.
Our neighbor of the Montgomery Mail,
alluding to the fast.' that the obnoxious
ana damaging- bictnre of the ; Monitor
was republished in the Cincinnati Com
mercial, states a distinguished Alabam
ian Writes from Cincinnati that the wood
eut lias produced a disastrous effect, and
tbatj the Republican party have had 500,"
000 'conies of the Comtneroial struck off
tor renerat circulation. .
From this the Mail draws the augurj
that such 'distribution will lose us per
haps 5,000 .votes in Ohio but we think
it 8carcfly doea justice to the bard com
;non sense f the - hard-handed men of
rhe West,.:.We should believe the hold
f the Democracy light indeed upon the
western people if we: judged so slight a
:ause could break it-1 On the contrary,
we believe the Radicals only insult the
ommon sense of the , masses to . whom
hey distribute their tracts, by endeav-
CjHng to; frighten the. thinking men by
mcb insane bugaboos as utis. -.. -? t Ki
Wh wciil4 not be understood as differ
' ng with tint- Mail' estimate of the pic
'. rure, as coming from a Southern paper,
We hold with it that the picture is ob
i lozious aud damaging;, and fully realize
. 1. ' . . p
j'untvue uerBisieui. . course ui Bupereer
' ..: i t.. Tk 1 : 1 1-
Me harm in this canvass.. It is one of
the great , issues which must be met
calmly, with reason and with ; simple
statement of fact especially by us of
the South, for with us the truth is so
much stranger and so much more terri
ble than ny fiction, that we should
trust to that alone. . Therefore we do
not loftk for any very serious results
uuw ivnia ava uu j w a. a j
from this absurd wood-cut, especially
since it has been denounced by- the
press of tbe State and utterly disclaim-
id by those empowered to speak for the
people, as in any sort reflecting their
hopes or their belief. - '.
, The Monitor in its last issue speaks
f the picture as "an insignificant wood--1
cut of an insignificant newspaper of an
insignificant village,"- and proceeds to
ar6ue' -tlat '8 harmless.' Harmless it
.j8 not adds one more stitch to the
net ofa is trust that the .Radicals are try
i ng to throw round our co-workers at the
North. It is another of the many indis
; ;retions of hot headed 1 and impatient
..politicians among us. As such it is
harmful and damaging, for the over-
i i i t : -l tl..
zeaious, wuo Keep pouring on into me
engine to the constant risk of an explo
sion, are doing us more harm even than
the doubting Democracy that cling to
our keel like carbuncles. ' , '
We are too hopeful of Ohio, and of the
majority she will give, to believe in the
really serious damage this cut will do.
If the Democrats are at work--if they
are in earnest,' and mean to set their
hands heartily to the work that is their
only ' salvation as well as ours they
have five hundred answers for every one
of the 500,000 tracts the Commercial
turned snch an honest penny by reprint
ing for the Republican Committee. The
cut is an ideal picture of the future. Let
the Democaaticspeakers of Ohio tell her
sons the actual truth of tbe past in the
south. .Let them suow how, at this
very , hour, the carpet-bag missionaries
of the Radical Bible have arrayed the
blacks into actual and scarcely repressi
ve) hostility to . their old masters to
whom alone they would turn for counsel
and protection if left to themselves.
Let them tell how in almost every dis
trict of every State these foreign mis
"Have turned the negro against us
And with more tban the fiend's worst art.
Have ur covered tbe fires of the savsge
That slept in his untaught heart" - -.
And have fanned them into such a glow
that by its light the blacks look on rob
bery as a duty, and arson as a proper
pastime. ,j r j ( ;
And that they do not dare to add
murder and far more nameless crimes
to their list, is in no sense the fault
of their apt instructors. ' : ' '
Let the. Democrats of the Northwest
look in any Southern paper teeming
with proof of the villainy of the Radi
cal system and exemplars of its work
ings and distribute these to the think
ing men about them. -'
Then, if a silly burlesque can weigh
heavier in the balance than truth and
its proof, if the Western men are fright
ened by an " empty shadow of the future
from the stern reality bearing down
upon them from which their own - act
alone can ' save them then, we say
again, we are mistaken in the West. -
That Canvass of Vote in the
City of Cleveland.
The Radical managers lave recently
made a canvass of the vote of tbe city of
Cleveland. It is Baid that the result
has not proven very satisfactory.' In
fact they find that a very large number
of men who have hefetofore. voted with
the Radicals are entitled to a place in
the "doubtful" column, and they have
found some who blurt right out, "I am
through with your party." They ' also
find that there are some of the old Whigs
who respond '-to , the sentiments of
Thomas Ewing, Millard - Fillmore,
Henry j Stanbery, and : Tranklin T,
Backus who now go with the Democra
cy. We understand that the Radical
managers think their agents have made
some mistake ! - X be tact is that there is
a change going on in the public mind
againtt Radicalism.-; There will be, as
there was last fall, a silent, still vote
against the Radical party which will as
tonish them and gratify the great Con
servative party which is laboring for
peace, for equal taxation, and a restored
Union '! " THE TIME HAS COME,"
ays Chief Justice (Viase, " WHEN
ALL GOOD MEN SHOULD BAND
TOGETHER AGAINST THE REVO
LUTIONARY JACOBINS !" Cleve-
land Plam Dealer. '
Seymour and Blair.
We take pleasure in acknowledging
the receipt of the beautiful lithograph of
Seymour and Blair, from the courteons
and enterprising proprietors of the Co
lumbus (Ohio) Statesman. 1 i
The Statesman is a journal of sterling
worth, Democratic to the back-bone,
ftnd an Able and fearless champion of
liherighi "We Wish our esteemed .con
frere a rich ', harvest of success, and a
glorious victory, in November, to the
noble chieftains whose unsullied banner
tloats from "its mast-head. Kentucky
TelegrapJu . ' v.- w
The Democratic canvass of Marion
bounty, Ohio, shows a Democratic : ma
jority of 694, with enough of fdoubtful"
,o probably swell the majority to 800.
pur majorityJast year was ZlQ.rPlain
Dealer. I : r--. : . im:-
1 1 Sometimes the Radical slanders of the
Democracy exhaust, the patience even
of Republicans. The Boston Post gives
this instance :
"But a few weeks ago Dr. Loring re
ceived a merited rebuke from" ' General
Schouler, President of the Grant Club
at Lynn, at a Republican meeting there.
Loring, like Charles Sumner, called the
Democrat .rebels, and in the. course of
his remarks appealed to General Schoul
er to ..confirm, bis allegation. .The Gen
eral said in response : 'He had been a
Republican '.from the start, and did not
come into the party after the war was
over ; :that he could not indorse the re
marks of Loring: that Democrat as
well as Republican .had volunteered for
the aetense, of the Union : that Demo
asi.well as Republican lay, side
side, i, on , every , battle-field
the South : that Democrat as
welljas Republican bad returned to their
homes worn and disabled by the war; or
lay side by side in every erravevard in
New England: and that be:' for" one.
would not acquiesce in the slanders that
had .been heaped upon them.'' The
General, as Adjutant of the State dur
ing the war, knows as well as any citi
zen in it the character of the men who
filled the ranks ef the army from Massa
chusetts, and is toe honorable to en
dorse the calumnies of grovelling recre
ants who fawn for thrift before the power
of Radicalism, and abuse their old asso
ciates to ingratiate themselves into favor
with those they deem .ready to reward
scandal with promotion. 1 In civil action
the Democrats were as prompt in sus
taining the War as the Radicals." , '
The Hon. Edgar Cowan who was the
Republican . Senator of Pennsylvania
during the war, spoke as follows, ten
days ago, at Harrisburg: : , '. ;- '
"Ihere were two things I thought of
paramount importance to the Republican
party when the war began, and the first
was that there should be no abuse of the
Democratic party till it was over, ' be
cause, being half the people, I did not
want them insulted and outraged when
we needed "their assistance, aud when
they were giving it nobly. - Well, what
was the course of the Radicals? Go to
the Congressional Globe and read for
yourselves.' Day after day the Demo
crats were villified and abused by them,
charged with disaffection and treason,
and that, too, at the very time they were
falling by thousands in the national
cause. .This I resented.--1 am proud
that I did so, and prouder still that the
Democratic party maintained its patri
otism and its dignity all through. Even
the Radicals could not drive it from
duty.". , - . - ,, . i
The Vote of the Reserve in 1864.
A friend asks us to publish the vote
of the Reserve in 1864. Wa'give it
Huron... . ..
53.630 - ' 21,385
We give below the total vote ot the
Reserve in 1S64, 1866 and 1S67 :
21.385 . 74 015
23 501 . 69.835
87,401 J 74,781
It will be noticed that the total vote
last year was greater than in 1864, and
that the Democracy have made a clean
gain on this, since 1864, of 6,026. ' The
Radical vote ib 5,25s less than in 1864.
A large proportion of the Democratic
increase came from the Radical party.
We do not believe the total vote ot the
Reserve this year can exceed 80,000 : of
this number we concede the Republicans
49,000, and from reliable. data we predict
that the Democratic vote will reach 31,-
000, which will give the Radicals on the
Reserve 18,000 majority, or about 2,000
less than they cast last year. Plain
JJealer. . .
Utterances of Leading Republicans.
"I would rather go to hell with a loy
al negro than to heaven with a Copper
head." Parson Brotcnloto's Speech to
ti9 Jttad teals in Fhuadelphia.
.- "Let us fill hell full enough of Feder
al soldiers to make their feet stick out
through the bars." Joe Brown, of Geor
gia, before lie was Keconstructed. - '
"God is only an imaginary being, the
Bible is only fit to amuse children, and
the Christian Sabbath is a relic .of
barbarism." Carl Schurz, the Radical
- "It wonld be better to place the fran
chise in tbe bands of the most stupid
native negroes, than to give it to these
men, (foreigners,) who not only do not
comprehend our institutions, but are. ut
terly incapable ot doing so. Phila
delphia Evening Bulletin, Sept. 29. J"
Another Infamy Coming to Light.
We learn from a dispatch to the-Associated
Press, that on Sunday morning
last, about four thousand stand of arms
arrived at Memphis, from St.Xouis, con
signed to E. G. Eickson, Little Rock.
It is alleged that they are for arming
negroes in that State. As the : military
authorities know nothing of them, there
is,' of course, considerable excitement
and indignation among the citizens of
Memphis. All the White Kiver and
Arkansas River boats refuse to take
them on any terms, and they are conse
quently left on the levee., , But one in
ference can be drawn from these facts;
and that is, that the Radicals 'in their
desperation, are determined to inaugur
ate a war between the white and blaek
races, and that they are prepared to take
Bides with the blacks. If the conflict
The Democratic Meeting.
The Democratic meeting held here on
Friday last, owing to tbe shortness of
the notice, and the inclemency of the
weather, was ' not as laige as desirable.
Still, there was a respectable number of
people in attendance. Abe meeting was
addressed by Senator Thurman, in one
of his happiest veins. His exposition
of the financial and reconstruction poli
cy of the Radical party, was lucid and
convincing, as was also iis elucidation
of the object and operation of the tariff
established to benefit New - England.
After Judge Thnrman concluded his re
marks three rousing cheers were given
him by the crowd, as a token of their
The newspaper correspondents hav
ing got tired of prophesying that Jeff.
Davis will be tried this fall, - now pre
dict that he won't be tried this fall. '
Hoa.: A,' 43. Thnrman! Appolnt
f meats. ... . . ,
At WASHINGTON O H.. Saturday. Ootob.r loth.
At HAMILTON. Saturday evening, October 10th.
; Hon. Geo. II. Pendleton :
. Will apeak ' "I" - ','' . 141
". Hon. P. VanJTrump ', V
A GROVEPORT. October 10th. ' i ; : ' - -At
COLDMBCS. October loth, evening. ' i.
Hon. S. W.Colt, r I.-., nnd Hon.
wm " ' , Chilton A. White
Will speak . - , ,
At CH1LLIC0THE. Saturday. October 10th. , '
' Hon. C. Hf. Iiumlson
Will speak with Hon. A. G. Thurman "
At WASHINGTON C. H.. October loth- ,
J j3en. Thomas Kwins; Jr, v
'. Will address the people ' ' 1
- At ATHENS. October th.v i" Y'; ' 1 ' ''' ' '
At CHILL ICO THIE. October loth.
' Hon. Robert Uutcheaoa
. Will 8 peak . ! . ' . . ...'; 'y
At SIDNEY; Saturday, Ootober 10th. . . ; t i
Sen. Durbln . Ward and Hon. A.
- ' ' .mayo, ": - . : j
Will speak at -- VT u ... ,
CAMBRIDGE, Saturday, Oct. 10th; ' -
Hon. Kmil Rothe '
Will spea In German at ' '. ' ,
SANDUSAT CITT Ootober 9th '
TOLEDO, October 10th? ',
W. WEBB, Sec'y.
; NEW APPOIHTJIF.NT1. '
IIO.. MILTON SAILER
At OotR iNT0WN' Montgomery county. Friday
HOI. JAMES R. HCBBEIX '
Will speak t . jv .. .
At ATHENS. Oct. 9. . ' .
At CH1LLIC0TH1E Oct. 10.
COL. SMALL WOOD.
: Will speak . "', ' ', , 1 ... ',';.'..
aI TBi? v L PS-- H"nry ?f October th.
At llto I, Miami county, October 10th..
' 1 : COL. COLT u"J: , -i
, .Will speak - -
At CHIL LIC 0T HE , Saturday,' October lnth.
E- F- Bingham, Chairman." r
W.W.Webb Sec'y. ;' i
RALLY!! RALLY!!! ,
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. ' '
- - The Franklin Connty Democratic Exec
utive Committee announce .the fol'owing
Ward and Township meetings :
CITY HALL. Friday evening, October 9th. Speak
ersCol Geo. W Manypenoy and A. Mav.i
BKOWN'S VORNEKS. 'rVid.y eJerTingy. Ootober
rlPS,ke.r3TT.Jl?eL"ny nd J Barnett.
COL. INNIV SCHOOL HCUSK. Friday eve
ping, October, 9th . , SpeakersCa'. X. Mann and
PLEASANT HILL (Franklin township), Friday
oning, October 8th. Speakers E. Jr. Bingham
and J. C. Groom. .
GEHANNAH, Friday vening, Ootober 9th. Speak
, rs Captain J. St. J- Ciarkson and Judk H. B.
HKNRf 8CHRE1NER'3 HALL. Friday evening,
, October 9th. Speakers Otto Dressel and Colonel
LOCKBOURNE. Raturrlav evening, October 10th.
Speakera-Gwg L. Converse and Jndge H. B.
HARRISBURG. Saturfay, Oct. 10th. at 1 P.' M.
Speakers Thos. C. Thurman and Col. J. 0.
TOWN HOtTSB, (Jaol-son township) Saturday
"T5ni u' O?.t-i0.th-' Pek-CoL J. C. Groom
- and This C. Thurman.
WESTERVILLE. Monday evening. Oct. 12th.
Soeakers Hon. J. R. Hubbell and Goo. L. Con-
PLEASANT RtDGE. (Montgomery township)
Monday evening. Oct. 12th. . Speakers-Jas. G.
Bull and C. Loewensteln.
Or. Saturday, Ootober 10th. at Groveport, for
Msdison. Hamilton and south part of Truro lown
ship. Spyakers-Hon. P. Van Trump, 15. B. Esh
elman and Thomas Sparrow .
.-r GERMAN MKETINr.R. '
C. Loewensteln will sneak in German as
; MIDDLETOWN (John Scharfs), Friday ovenirc.
,iVtR SCHNEIDER'S, Saturday evening.
... , , , John G. Thompson,
Ch'n Co. Dem. Ex. Com.
- W. S. Huffman, Sec'y. -
. SlOO Silk Banner. , '
At a meeting of the Democratic County
Central and Executive Committees, held at
Thurman Hall, on Saturday, August' 29j
tbe following resolution was unanimously
adopted; -. ts ...ir i - oi i 2
Resolved, That the ward or township in
riauniiu uuuniy giving toe largest propor
. tionate Increased Democratic vote lor toe
Democratic State Ticket, over the vote
given forjudge Thurman lor Governor, In
1S67, shall be entitled to and receive from
the committee, a magnificent Silk Banner,
: worth oni hundred dollars, to be held by the
township or ward winning it two succes
sive years. ,
' - i - : , JOHN G. THOMPSON.
' Ch'm'n Co. Ex. Com.
,W, S. Huffman, Secretary.
: E.B. ESIIELMAIV
Will speak at Os born. Green connty, on
Friday evening, Oct. 9th, in place of Gen
Geiger announced lor-that place, in the
afternoon of that day - The meeting at
Xenia announced for theeveningof the 9th
for General Geiger was made through mis
take and will not be held. 1 ;
. , ! Jno. G. Thompson,
i - .: Sec'y. DU. Com.
E. T. WeLany" ' '
Will speak at Springfield on Friday
evening, October 9th." ' ;" , I" .. .
Will apeak at Llthppolis on Saturday, Oct.
10th, it 2 o'clock p: m.
Headq'rs Ist Kkgt.Whitb Boys in Bluf,I
. '. TnoiiMAN Hall, Columbus, Oct. 8. J
General Order No. 7. " ' i '-
The First Regiment White Boys In Blue
will form for parade at Thurman Hall at 7
o'clock on Saturday evening, October 10th.
Company commanders will report prompt
ly with their commands. ' '
By order ot 1 I. H. Marrow,
Attention. Pionkkb GrjABDS, White
Boys in Blue, will meet at Dufiv's
Hall on Saturday evening,. Oct. 10th, at 7
o'clock, and march to Headquarters lor
Regimental parade. Let every member be
on hand with caps and white shirts.
"By Order: . Martin Powers, ' ,.,
' ,. ! Captain.
Attention. Company C and D, White
Boys in Blue, will meet at Duffy's Hall!
Saturday evening, Oct. lOih, at 7 o'olock,
and march ..to Headquarters (Thurman
Hall) for regimental, parade. - Let every
member of tbe companies be on hand with
caps and white shirts.
By order, . Ed. McGill, Cap't.
' ..- - . i
!' ' The Gun ' Squad of the White Boys In
Blue, will meet at the west front of the
State House, on Saturday evening, October
'10th, at 7 o'clock. Let all members be
present with caps and white" shirts. . By
ordef" ; J. Pritchabd, Lt. Comd'g.
Attention Co. A, White Boys in Blue.
Every member will meet promptly at 7
o'clock on Saturday eve u ing, October 10th,
at Thurman Hall, for parade, with caps and
white shirts. By order, (;
: ' J. Lohrer, CapW
Grand Rally and Torchlight Procession
of all the Democracy
On Saturday, October 10th, 1868
Let the friends of one currency' for al't
and of Constitutional Government.' go to
work and send large ; delegations to greet
tbe able and eloquent champions of Demo
cratic principles, who will address them at
the West front of the State House, on Sat
urday evening, Oct. 10th, 1S68. , The , fol
lowing eloquent speakers .will be present
to address the people: . : ..w.
. Hon. P. "Van Trump; Judge A. G. Thur
man, John H. Thomas,, Gen, Jos. H. Gei
ger, Col, , G. . W,; Mantpennt, 'and Hon.
Geo. L. Converses ; ; : F -.. (
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
The White Boys in Blue will meet.ou
South High street, right : retting -.on Rich
street, under command ,o Lcut. Colonel
Heinmiller. ., j . - ,
The Hickory Sprouts will meet on East
Friend street, right resting on High street,
under command Of Lieut. H. J. Feltus. ,
The Cavalry, force will meet, on East
Rich streets right resting on -High?'- under
command ol the following, marshals ;"'R.
J. . Snireley, : Wrh," .Wail,f PatrickEagan,
Michael. .McDonald, -Geo. Kirk, I Frank
Powers.'': - .. vn-ui'i i
First, Second, Third, Fourth,Fiftb, Sixth,
Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Ward Seymour
and Blair Clubs, with the Democratic vo
ters of each ward, will meet on West Frteud
street, right resting on High street. The
following gentlemen have been appointed
Marshals of the different wards:
1st : Ward Dr. A. B. Williams.
2d " ChasSchury.
3d . " Jas. McAlister.
4th 1 " -Geo. Engleke. - -"'"':
6th " u Henry Meiser."
6th ." Conrad Born, Jr. . . ;:
7th " Wm. H.Gaver. " '
8th " John Duffy. .
.9th ."j" , Patrick Murphy, ". ; , ' " .-';,
: The Jefiei8nian Club, under command
of its proper officers, will meet on the cor
ner of High' and Rich streets. Right . ex
tending north. '- . . i
It is expected that every Democrat in
fie city of Columbus will join In the pro
cession. - .- -...-..!
The Marshals will report the arrivals of
their commands to the Chief Marshal, at
Thurman Hall. ' ' ,
The different organizations will be on
the' ground precisely at seven o'clock.
I. H. MARROW.
A. P. GRIFFIN,
Attention. Company . B, , White Boys
in Blue are hereby ordered to report at
Headquarters (Thurman Hall) on Satur
day evening, Oct. 10th. to- take part In
regimental parade. Let every member ot
company B fall in with caps and white
shirts. By order, . .,.,-- i.: .-,;
J. ALBRIGHT, Capt.
Attention. Co. E arid F, White Boys In
Blue,' will meet at - Schneider's Hall, on
Saturday evening,. October 10th,., at ,7
o'clock, and march to headquarters (Thur
man Hall) for regimental, . parade. , Let
every member turn out with caps and
white shirts. By order. ' ; v,f
H. DAVIS. Capt.
The'atten'lon of tha Trade is called to the super;-
at ilMb nt ...
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,
. . . .' !
Jurtreoeived ndf sale by ""-
. 38, 38 tc tO NORTH HIGH ST., "
" " - : I - "
C O L U MB u s. : ; -'
Oar stock oomprises a full line of - - ,
Book. ' .', .;.
' . Colored and ' .
'' ' Print Papers.
We have a full stock of
Of all siies'and varieties, which will be sold ai!th
iiowest maraet rates., - ; c
; OVB STOCK :0J"i 1 ' ti- i .
O -A. OR. ; 3D
Is nuorpastted in tbe oity. incladiax .
' -" ' . ? i .
. BRISTOL BOARD; ' '
-,.R. R. CHECK, ; '"; -V
;. . COLORED of ail Wnds
; . .ti li - ,-
GIVE US'' A. CALL.
! NETIWS A Ml'ERg.'
tt oortMRRTT FORMERLY OWNED BY
L Kudolph Riokly. on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, oouniBiina u, uuuui, urica uouse,
stable, slaughter honsa and outbuildings, nnd on
tor and a nan oi gtuuuu. """j1,," JMS
ootT-eodlm 168 East Friend street.
EnmJA' BIiaiJETJS'JTJBASpi ' ' .
noMEOPATIIIC c SPECIFICS q n
TTAVS PROVED. FROM THB MOST AirPT.A ' "
' XX experience, an entire encceea : Simple
rrompt umcient ana iteiiaoie. - -rney are th
only Medieines perfectly adapted to popular as.
o simple that mistakea cannot oe made la.
sing them ; so harmless as to be free Aom daavr .
jrer, aud o efficient as to be always reUaMa,
They have raised the highest commendation Iron
alL and will alwava render satisfaction.
nr A.lnll. . K
" Cnolern-rflorbn. Vomitlnf....S5 -
" Nenntlg-las Toothache, Faceacb. .9B .
M DTsnenala Bllinna Klnm-h k
" Knpureaaed. or Painful Perkxli. 5
Whit, too promse Periods. ...SS m
- , ru up, uouguimouit u reaming.. is
RhessuUsm, Rheumstic pains.. 25 H
- reverscAgue, voiimever, Agueeou
" Piles, blIndorbletting......H ,
" Opthalmy, and sore or weak EyesSO
Catsu-rlt.acute or chronic, InfluensaAO.
" Scrofula,enlarged glands,swelUmis50
" Dropsy, and scanty Secretion.. ..SO
H Hervess Devtllty - Soaalmal, iHt
. gant aona- kivoJuntary, Sis. -;. M
charges...:!??..: Z.'Z.l 09
" Sore Month. Canker ...'..-.
lirlnary Wukness wetting fecdMi t P.
" PalnTnl Period, with spasms ..50
" UnfTerlngraatcliangeofllfe.. 109
" silepy.6paenis,sl.Vltns,Dancel 0O "t
AjlpAUteriat, if tad sore throat ,s
1 Of 35 to TO large wlala, raoreeee" Tp-
r resswot caae, contanlnat i jfigjSL
,T a peeitie for every ordinary
- . . Usease a family ta subject IoLt
.. and books of direction
- - .FromlO to $31 C.T'l'
'' Bmaller Family and Traveling canen,
with 20 to 88 vials ..Com AS to SS
Specifics for all Pri vateDlaeaseaboth.
. .-, tor Caring; and for Preventive' '"
treatment, in vials and pocketcasea,$2to$S
POND'S EXTB1CT, "
Cures ' Bans, Brntsea,' Lamsnest,
, Sorenesn.Sore Throat Spralua. Tooth
ache, Earache, Nenralgla, Kheia 1
tlsm, Lnmbairo, Piles, Bolls, Stlnga.
Sore-Eyes, Bleeding; of the LnnL-
' Nose, StoniaclorofPllea; Corns. Ij'I
' eers. Old Sores. Price SO ets. to $1.7S V-n
3rTSe8S. RenMsdle. "P POND'S BXii,
o TRACT, bv the case or single box, are sent to
any part of the country, by mall ec express, fre ,
.. of charge, on receipt of the price.
L: Address Humphreys' Specifio .Aii":iit,'.5io3
. 1 Homeopathio Medioin Company,
OtBce and Depot, No. SOS Bhoauwat, Nw Xork. I S
' Dr. Hvjmfhhsts is consulted daily at bis office,
" ' sSeas?Ujr0t bJ letter' bo tot all forms of )(1 r?,.-,
3 FOB BALE BY ALL DRUOOIBTaw ' :f :.;' v
' ' 1 1 --- u-?A i ' " ' "J f .-' t oi fei-- i'Ji
.".'; ;- ''!'-'- -'' T lyiseodAwiy'Jii'Jfi
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The SreaA Medicine tor the Ikla, eares
, :. wlthont tall, every kind of an
; algrhtly erasUsa af the laee, ' ' ;
or' Itching-, lrrltatlnaj, w . ' '
dlatreaalns: ealaaeeas' ' j " '1'
'- of the aenea.'
It So, nenrlff relinttt me of &al mortifying ermp-
iitm, ami I mm lookmff ipiito tike ma," write.
Ohsrle E. Kohle, Genml Agent of AUch. Oeatral
R. It., in Broadway, N. Y. . , . ..
" We 1td ft an imvatHabte remettu for Tetter, etc.,
write Higiey Bros., Druggists, Fairfield, Iowa.
' rr, tried yor mttmnbte remedy for Bmrber'm.
Itch with orettt sweceM," writes C. W. Dumont, of
Leomiuatar, Alass. ,.,'rtV- r fij.
Send for circular.' Price, 5 eta. and $1.09. ,
Prepared only by
SOLON PALMER, ,
36 West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, O. ''
For sale by Druggists generally. : ;-, "''.
teptJl-deodAwly ' -:i". -
BRYAN'S LIFE INVIGORATOR,
;" 0K BBVTDYX SATINQ XLIXIK,' !r ; . i
Forthe Immediate relief and permanent ear af "
thateondition which unfits the sufferer from per-
forming the duties of life, and which arises from 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 suocess for many years. I aoxi. .
therefore induced to offer it to the afflicted, leeling
confident its merits will be appreciated. It it
adapted to all derangements of the Urinary Organs. .
.It strengthens the system, and gives -life, hearth -
and strength to all who as it and follow my dirao-M,,
tion. It never fails to remove 'Nervons Debility,
Impotency or Want of Power, and All Weakness
arising from Bxoessesor Vouthful Indiscretion,
LOSS OF MEMORY, NERVOUS TREMBLINt,,.,,
U N PLEASANT DREAilS, GEN'L LASSITUDE, '
ntiADCItlAS, ' ' lil niMltSS UF V IdlUJM.it:!
BEADAOBE. . FLUSHIKU OF THE SKJ.
Whioh, if neglected, will assuredly lead on to In- 1
sanity or Conaumotion. When thesvatem isonee 'J
affected it will not recover without help. It must
be invigorated and strengthened to enable the anf- f-
fererto fulfill tbe duties of life; - ,i
, Hold by principal Druggists everywher,' "
Frioe On Dollar per bottle Six Bottles for Fiv ;-'-gim
rMlsrs. , .
, gent by express, on re-elpt of the money, by -':
ut, J, on iAn,H Kaet utn su, Ae a era,; 3i
- Private circulars sent free; enclose stamp.
TO I. A OIKS If yon require a reliable rem- : j
dy. why not us tha best? Experience hag ,
proveithat , .-. : .J
DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS ! r .iJn
Have no equal. ( They are safe and sure In ordisa- ;li
ry cases. - - ' .
. x'rice One Dollar per Box. ' 'i.'i io'.iin
DR. HARVEX'S G0LPEN PILLS. : r
Four degrees stronger than the above, are intended -
for speoi.l oases, and may always be relied on., 0 j ..
Price Five Dollars per Box. h
Illustrated private circulars sent freev Enclose
If you cannot procure the pills enolos the mon.
ey and address ua.J. bka, w casi Mtn St.,
N ew York, and tbey will be sent
it tree uom onset- -
vation hy rerurn ot mail.
r uajnu OAE.iv xne utmost reliance mayo
X placed in - ' ' , ,; . - '
: BELL'S 8PECIFIC PILLS. - v . vj..
For the speed e and permanent cure of Seminal
Weakness or Emissions, the result of Youthful-
Indiscretion or Excesses. They can be used with-
out detection or interference with business, and
thev will rettore you to hea th and strength. Mr!
PK1UE ONE DOLLAR. Private circulars with
instructions sent free.- Enclose stamp.- ' -ail.
If you cannot procure the pills enolose thmonAy..fir,
andaddress 1R. J. BRYAN. 98 Kast 13th St.. New
York, anJ they will be sent free from observation !
by return mail; - iva-deodAwly -, h.
P. W.; HUNTINGTON ; &-C0-
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Comer Broad & High Sta.
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HAYDEN, HUTCRESOI T&C0.;,.'?u:i
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PBOPKIETOHS coLcnav row ,
DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agonal lor.
hesalef , , r. ,,,....,...,. ...i.t v, -.q eOj
, , GARDNER, HUPPS' A CO.'S
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ii- , - 1 and dealers in -- i-. t nf-Mti
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC! AND STAPLH-va
i: ..f. ... -; GKOCJfiKLES..ifi..'ii)pi si Jnd
- In all their varieties. ImrJorteoV Wines, Brandies-
Cigara. etc. . -. , -T: J . iol l-od tj
--i..j i "jF'X-AItXa'r,L -
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pared to furnish from their extensive Nurse
ry. east of th County Fair Grounds. betweaav'Ml
Broad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna
mental Shrubs Provence. Damask. Aioss tjhinev'0""
Bourbon and Tea Rosesr new varieties of foniaa-ff,,
,. Chrysanthemums, Dahlias. Verbenas, 40.. ie. l ne
collection wUl not be wanting inaay dasirabla n
novelty. Cut Flowers of groat variety in season, ,
. apiai-od6m ,
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PAIROF"JOS GODWIN" COLTS, FlVS'T
A. and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
"A bC 40ld '""RICHARD HKVINS.
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