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ISaOD WSU " COLUMBUS, OHIO, MONDAYf MORNING, OCTOBER 12, : 1868.
i ; NUMBER 35.
:m THE'OH.O STATESMAN 1
TERMS CnslTlBT A4BC.
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copy six months. .,.. .....,.,.. OS
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Jnoopies one rear. ...,v n 50
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IvEfiTtSi.lG, RATES FOR DAILY ' 'STATESMAN
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5 s a ? 5 v
a g. ,85 I 14 I :$ fi.
5 e , . at . -t. d-
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10 7 fi 18 OU il 00 26 00 fi 00 110 00 180 00 SIS
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lfl W 00 SO Of SI Oil 40 00 5 00 135 en2M IK) 425
CO 00 84 O0 3S 00 4 00 70 00 164 00HJ85 Oil KOI
84 14 00 17 001 39 00 59 00 15 00 IBS C!SS6 90 550
9 16 00 30 I 0 41 SO 55 CO 8 00 175 001340 00 680
MMO0S3O4500'90Oal S Oil ISO 00350 00 600
Local Notices, IS cents per line each insertion.
Adcrti8ig Rates for Tki-Wekklt Stathh-
a 45ent persqniir each intert'on: for three
Berths or ionceCi diseoaot of ooo-half from Vilr
Cmtee. ........
ADTKimSTNg fOlVlltLf STATrpKAjt-tl .50
ftrtqmmn tor ret iuMrtiou, 7 oeaU for aob kd-
lufmu rneerxiveV'' ' -r
BTMBs Koriciej, M eenta eaeli Intertion.
' KoTtCBa o Diaths. SO cent.
!whjb cr M akki Ag, Ts eenta. - : - i : av ' -.
BBT.ieinrB Notions, half nriee.
AatrcmintmdtrUansntwMut i pM ftrat
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ARCHITECT.
K
. -Arehiteot. Civil Knineer, if.
iMnee-over tne AaAranal Exchange Bank
vr ATTORNEYS.
BRASBM NASH,
r A1'T0KNE8 AT LkW i
OCBeo. Do. C9 JSoath High etreet, Ambos Baild-
4 6 ATXO&MJiK-AT-LAW A MATOB.-
ilexr i.t6Boe.
DWARDT. DeLAKt, .: . :
An'UttJIli-il'-LAW A Notary Pnblio.
Office in Parson's Buildioxv
R
r. wuoDinrr.
ATTOKKir-AT-LAW Notary Poblie.
- vmce i noatn Uign street.-
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
J 93. BEAL,
Anctioneer and Dealer in Beal Estate House
hold Woods, Clothing and Notions, - - - .
i - Ao. 1 Went Broad street.
,-v-rry BATH ROOMS. '
. i r
GEOHtiE DlilEK,
' barber end Hair Dresner. Hot and Colo
Baths, basement Poecoffioe B ildiut. -.
BOOK BINDERS.
O book Binders. Blank JBook Manafaoturen.
Printers and Publishers. '
' Opera PqiHing.r
B00TS--&SH0ES.
Wl V. WlAiLllAdlS) !-f.f l
144 Sooto Uigti street. J ost received, ai
eieteuiUuflt. ; Ana tia. low rioea.-: la
dies, pleaee call.,. , ,a
. la the noted bowse for good Boots aad Shoes
ttowpiices. ffcew block juitreceived. ,
. . 276 South High street.
COAL DEALERS.
E9IiM CO . '
t .l)ealrsinPiMsJiargk and ObioCosO.1 VJso.
Coke, Draia Ills and fume Sewer Pipe.
' ""Nn.Ml'North Hiehstreet.
C0MJUSSI0N MERC E AN TS.
-
HrilCH A BON,
' Commbdiea. Forwarding and Prodaoe Mer
chants, aealers in Urain, Flour. d, in W. Broad
tieew ....
CORSETS.'
DAI. AKAl A CU.,
Mnulactre and Dealers in French, Ger
man and American Corsets Alan. Hoop skirts.
131 Opera House.
CROCKERY, &c. . ' .. ;
TU1-lulus, -;
t 'nolwaie and ReUil Dealer in China,
Qaa)wsn.tilMa,Piatea4iroods,Lauipsand Lamp
-X.
48 Nor in Hign street. .
tt . , . a M.k ... , - .
Jm Importer aud Wholesale and Eetatl' Dea er
in Crockery. China, Ulass. CuUery, Plated Uoods,
Coal Oil Lvuips,Ae.
. 350 Sooth High street.
DENTISTRY.
h. I. L -.. . U J .
We to he the tett.
G Vr-BCVUI, DENTIST. Tbo best styles
e of Dentistry, including Dana's lmproveu
Mineral Plate. Offioe, 10 and II Op.ra Block.
DRY GOODS.
GtBKULI & CO.,
e Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Oi
Cloths. Mattings. Shades, Hats, Caps and j'urs,
corner Hma aud Friend streets. -
J O. 498BU1AM A . O , "
14S riouth High street.
Carpets', Mattings, Oil Cloths.Cortains, cita le ano
Fancy Dry Uoods.
H- 'A' .'AC , as. A V, -. . j : :
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
Fancy lit Uoods, and sianulaotnrers t' tiadies
Oiuak. , 123 a. High street.
FOURTH ST. BUI GOO OS STORE,
F. Krum 4 Co .eash dealers in Dry Goods and
Nod ns, 160 oouLh Fourth street.
1 ArTIE NAU4MON, ..
W Wholesale and ReUil Dealer in Dry Goods,
Naughtoo Building, Noa. 118 and 13 South HigL
street. w
KavNkON A HlbUIN,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' h urmshing Uoods, No. A Neil House.
'TlAiCAARAS J-, UUAI A CO.,
J Dealers in Staple and F'anoy Dry Goods.
--- Ae-iWaouth riigfa street.
A A V. MibAAUjttik A CO.,
Ai . Foreign and Domestio Dry -Goods, Cloths,
kurs,eto. Sao S3 South High street.
DRUGGISTS.
DtsrOTVRUO STOKE.
JOHN S. ROBERTS. :
vraggm ana Apotneoary.
M North High -street.'
M
AtAf EE A tat t OX,
nuuiiLSAlK BE 1 Alii DKUUU1STS.
- loo South High St, Coiambus, O.
BRACN, BRICK A CO., : , t. .
. " holesal and Retail Druggists, and Dealers
inProprBai AiedicuesT
'- - - - - - S4 North High street; '
ENGRAVERS.
K1CHEM A MOOHE, ' ' . - ' .
Designers, bngrarers and Publishers. 2fota-tral-
and other seals engraved to order. .
. N os. 11)7 and log aauia High street
vt FURNITURE, &c. ,
COLUnBDsfAttlKET OO.i .
. Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in 4'uiuuure. Cnairs, Mattrasses, etc
. - No. xol South High St. (Opera House). .
Umo I (jHAITIIHr. CO., - . .
AlaiiBt&j.r.iirem M tiratftlaju fr'nrni tore. Whole-
sale and Reuir W arerooms, , 7 and 8 Uwjnoe
UIIICK.
HOUSE FURNISHING.
IMT ' a.vN4Ae CO., -
XJ Dealer m Mantle. Stoves and House Fuf
Brening Uoooa. Alto. 'I'm. Copper aud Sheet Iron
L ' i .' . ' i ' taat Town .treet.
A' A4. A rtlR,W..r--s .- : - -
J?i,hi,,."i0 A' Msntles, Grates.
Copper, linr and boeei Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
awe Bonta Hih street.
ABTON, TAILOKAHUfr! -Dealer
in Hardware, oonse Furnishing Goods
ilarble aud Slate AUnUes, Grat,rio?Arr'
Fnrnaoes, Ae. . 30 North High sU-eet.
'HOOP SKIRTS, i
-7 AfEEIS, -. -
iir - ilanataeturer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Uursota.. Also, dealer in Berhn Zepher
a nd fcanoy GoodsilB3 South High street.
i t , g liTj.'sje'T-jy ,-.eJ.-r-. j
BUSINESS DIRECTCHY
HOWE 1 SEWIN& MACHINE.5
s.
P. AXTEI.L,
Dealer in Muxieal MenliATii?ifie. Bnolfl. Ste
tionerj end Fane; Gonds generally. Special A sent
&r the celebrated Kliaa Howe Gold Mortal Sewing
achine. So. 6 South Hied atreet.
HATS & CAPS.
MBS. HI. Rf. LACFi
(Succenaor to I'.. l.auf J Dealer in Pais. Cap,
i'ur and titraw Uooda & c-ooth Hi?n rtreet.
. - ... (iSizn Uolden Hat) .
S - HOTELS"
40
NAXIU.TAI BOTH,
Opposite Depot,
t J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
P
MTI SI HOI'Cl,
Corner High and Town atrenta.
' K -S.-BLtrtJNr. Proprietor.
ZfcTTLF.K HOViE,
Corner Konrth Jk Friend ata. Commcuiinna
hoaae and extensive stables.
. ii. A. B0WJSBS. Proprietor.
M'
URCHAITs' HOTEL,
340 Wonth Bish itreet. Good stabliu attach
ed to premises.
I nr r. inAivuiSft, rroprieTor
JNSUEANCE.
c
lOllNEOflCDt' KlVTDAL'LirE
auranon iornpen. Assets, eic,iw.wv.
; WM. JAMISON, Aent. Ooluuibui. O.
NEWKIRK A IfllLTEKBERGER,
OENEBAL AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Company.' No. 5 Opera Honse.
HOIWB, IN 8U RANCH -COfTiFA V- OF
Columbus, O. t pital and Assets, t4SU,514.37.
W. C, M. BAKEK, Keo'y.
1 Office, Noe. 8 4 7 Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods.
191 S. High street. Opera House Block.
UKs. Ai UOUNI JG, ,' -, W ' . ' 4 ; - i
J!. Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No. 67 North High street.
JH. WILKIE,
a- Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim
minn nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCMAt'HAf'SGN A 40HLLEBEIV,
Merchant Tailors and Lealerso Gents' Fur
nishing Uoods, -
' Ifo. 58 North High street, '
C W. WIS WASHER. :
Mirchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
. - MSI South High street. -
THE OHIO IflERCif 4NT TAILORING
4 CLOTHING CO.. 189 S. Highs. Gents
suits made- to order. - Ready-made Clothing al
wajs on band.
JOHN ). HIFKEBACHEK,
Merchant Taiior and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
J0. 1 North High street.
MERCHANT TAILOR, S20 South High it.
Chnioe Mock of Ciotbinit constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.,
ANDUkt8A HCJI.E,
News Dealer. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, nex door to PostorBce.
iriKEO. jHI,lflANN, -Newa
Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
331 South High street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
HDKKWs, PEKHY Jk crt 4 --
i V- Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 934 95 North High it-
NiVIIKSAMYFRS.
Dealers in Printing,. Book. Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 88 A 40 Nor. h High street.
; PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BAL.UW1 A'rEVEN, -PHOTOGRAPHfcRS.
'
81 Sou'h High street.
T 31. KLLIOTT,-
t a
FHOTOGKAFUtR. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sise.
J. ARCHER
. Photographs, Atnbrntypes. Gems, etc.. etc.,
r, . r 'co. zsesontn rtign street.
PHYSICIAN.
EM. DOWNS, M. !.,
e No. 3 Opera Honse. Treats Diseases of the
Kje, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also. Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
JF. MAURIS ic. CO.,
a Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte &
Co.'s and Haino 4 Bro.'a Pianos. Also, Organs.
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
36 North High ttreet.
J4J. WVVH,
e Acent for 1 bickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, OrgatiS, Meiodeons and Sheet Music.
81 South High street.
RESTAURANT.
BAKK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and bicb. -streets.
CUaRLEV MYER. Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
A ET1A StCWiNG MACHINES, :
fa. - The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
House. W. F1MMKL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
RA. MIJNRA.R A CO.,
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware, Spectacles, Ae.. No. 11 Eat Town
street. v , 2'
CRATES A HARRINGTON,
J (Sui-cessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Siiyei Ware aud Speo
tacles. No. Neil Houfe.
F A. A A, EEQfJ;KtllX,
a Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrv. N?. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BANCltpri' BROS. ACO.i
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions
3 and 4 Gwrnne Block, Town street.
REED. JUNES A CO ,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Bi-ots
and Shoes. No. 3 Gwynne Block. Town St.
r ? .i NOTICES.1
Bunk Notice.
NOTICES IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking '-onipany at the city oi Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State.of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
he State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com- -panies."
passed February 24tb, 1845. being desirous
uf relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said fttate of tihio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety percent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed.and bave provided meansand
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer.
Secretary and Auditor uf State of said State of
Ohio lo- the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the offioe of the National City Bank
nf :leve!and. at the paid .eitof Cleveland, vhrn
said City Bank is located.
Done By order ot toe coarn oi uireotors of tbo
CitT Bank of Cleveland. Julr 9rh, lB8,
LEMUEL W 1CK. President,
i jyll-dltaw6m -. - - - - ,
NOTICE.
A EE Hfr.RSONS WHO HAVE LEFT
work for repair at T. Anderson's Carriage
Manufactory and have not called for it. are hereby
notified that such work as has been on hand for four
months, or over, will be sold at publio auction, on
the eornerof Slate and Hiith .-tr ets. unless called
ror and cha ges pid within thirty da's from date.
: Uj" - - - T. ANDERSON.- ;
I Coinmbn.,0., Sept. 31. 1868. t sept21-dlia3w-r :
AOTICE.
. . BANK OF COMMERCE,
Clkveland. May 22. 1868.1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of tbe outstanding notes of the l.i
liank of Cornmeree, and all other parlie, interested
tbat after tbe expi'atiou of aix months from thia
date, application will oe made to the Auditor Seo
rerary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the st- oks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ot said Bank in pursuance of tbe furt
Srst (4D station of the act to authorise Froe Bank
ing, passed Alarota 31st. 1851.
X - JOSEPH PERKINS, Presiaent"
j H. B. HrjBLBDT. Cashier. mav!i6 d6m
The Sisters of St. MarjV,
jrW THE SfRINGS. RECENTLY OF'
J Somerset, Perrv county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
tbe first M'indav iu September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition. 975, 80. g-85 and $9tVaecording to the de
partment of the pupil, r, fSR. KtJisE, Sup't.
Address Box 161. Ai" " au3-dtf
x tit.. : --.i
FROM VALPARAISO.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
VALPARAISO, Sept. 2, 1868.
! ;0n tbe 20th ult. the news arrived of
tli a great earthquake which baa ravag
ed the south of Peru and extended its
effects even as far as our own southern
ports. -Excepting the great earthquake
in Xiisbon,' in '1755, we know of none
that can be compared with it as re
gards both duration . and extent. No
sooner was the dismal intelligence re
ceived than the merchants- of this city
set about organizing "succors in aid of
the sufferers. .. At a meeting, held at the
exchange.it was. unanimously resolved j
to raise a subscription ot .30,000 for
the purpose. All the residents of Val
paraiso were invited to .share in .this
work of mercy and ' the " contributions
soon rose to $3S,000; they now exceed
that amount. Congress vied with the
public in. munificence. , On motion of
vie Ministers, the sum of $50,000 was
voted to be appropriated to the same
object. The Government has placed
at the service of the merchants the trans
port Maipu, in which large supplies of
provisions, clothing, -medicines, etc.,
have been dispatched ta the coast of
Peru-. A physician was also engaged
to render surgical assistance, it being
stated that there were many persons se
riously injured. ' " ''' '
1 The Jatendente tof Capiapo, and the
Municipal Council of Caldera bad; with
praiseworthy alacrity, already aided the
sufferers with the most necessary sup
plies of food, and their example had
been followed by the Covadonga lying
at Myillones. In a word, we may say
that this Peruvian catastrophe has in
spired as much interest and sympathy
here, as if it had occurred in , our own
midst. The public and the Government
have shown a noble emulation in minis
tering for tbe wants of the distressed.
For a short time serious apprehensions
were entertained that we would be sim
ilarly visited. Scarcely were the public
informed of what had occcrred in Pern,
than the report became rife that one of
our volcanoes Aconcagua- was in a
state of violent ferment. As it is situa
ted far away in the Cordilleras, many
persons were led to mistake for smoke
the clouds in which its summit is usual
ly wrapped, and hence the origin of the
report. -Its falsity is now proved, and
the alarm has consequently subsided.
FROM LIMA.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
LIMA, Sept. 16. 1868.
Everything possible is being done by
the Peruvian Government to relieve the
sufferings.: of the- inhabitants of the
towns destroyed by the late earthquakes
and inundation. : The commission of
Government has been received in Are
quipa with unequivocal marks- of grat
itude, and general and legitimate hopes
are entertained of its being able in some
what to repair the evil occasioned. The
representatives of lea, Arica, Tacua and
Moquegua, have entered into direct rela
tions with the Government to agree
upon the means of relieving the situa
tion more or less affective of their res
pective localities. .' The most important
results have arisen from these confer
ences. Government will ask, if it has not
already sent for, all the utensils that
the agriculturists need for the vine crop,
and will sell them at cost price, and for
long credits. It is a thing, already de
cided on, that the Government will pre
sent to Congress, a project of a "Banco
lliflentano" or loan fund destined ex
clusively to assist the departments in
jured by the late earthquake. The min
ister or foreign relations has had several
interviews with the representatives of
Uolivia with the object of removing the
difficulties which the Customhouse
treaty presents for declaring free of du
ties the articles of immediate necessity
in the South. They will undoubtedly
come to a satisfactory .understanding.
In the midst , of the cruel anguish
which our own sufferings occasioned, we
were surprised and horrified by the news
nf the misfortunes of Ecuador; in honor
of the nation it must be confessed that
for a moment we forgot our own afflict
ing situation, to weep with those who
had suffered a similar calamity. In the
Chamber of Deputies, there was present
ed and unanimously admitted to discus
sion, a proposition of Mr. Bernales, to
authorize the Government to dispose of
any sum necessary in aid ot Hicuador ;
propositions of like character were also
presented in the Senate.
The Government without having any
notice of what was taking place in the
Chambers, asked pefmission to destine
100,000 soles to the satisfying of those
necessities. .
' The Arequipa railway advances rap-
V.... !.L.i. j .1. 1 .
iuiy. ixotwitiibianuing tue cuanges pro
duced by the earthquake of the 13th, the
levels have not suffered ; the number of
workmen exceeds 3,000. The. convic
tion is general that in order to repair
the evils cauped by the earthquake, and
to give full development to our riches, it
is right to construct without loss of time,
two railroads that will pass the Andes,
and branch lines that will connect them
with the coast.'' It appears certain that
the Arequipa line will be extended to
Puno and to Cuzco, whereas the lines of
Lima to Chancay, to Pico, from Pico to
lea, and the one from Iquique to the
North are in the hands of capitalists
that count with sufficient resources- tc
carry them out. "" '
: . Details nave . Deen received Dy the
presB of this city of the disasters, which
overtook several important cities, but
especially that of Caravels. The num
ber of victims in this Republic will
probably reach 2,000. - The conduct of
the American Admiral and that of the
Commander of the French squadron in
these waters, together with the sympa
thies shown by the ' diplomatic agents
and citizens and subjects of ' foreign
countries here, is worthy ot the highest
praise, since the generous rivalry de
monstrated by them in our' assistance,
has been only equalldd by their prompt
action and it will be difficult to discov
er among the foreign residents here one
person who does not richly .deserve our
gratitude.' ; ..
The cities of the South' will be re
built from their own ruins and the ships
which were dispatched for the South
with the object of conveying the inva
lids and our hands to this capital, have
returned without them. The govern
ment has named a scientific commission
in order to study the causes of this ter
restrial phenomeua, " A change appears
to have taken place in the seacoast of
Peru in consequence of the earthquake,
since according to the observations marie
by the United States ship Powhatan, it
seems that opposite the headland or .La
ma, near Arica, the depth of - water has
decreased ' from 40 to 6 or 7 fathoms.
Gossip About Gardens.
For moderate 'men, thirty acres " of
space are usually much more than tbey
can command for a garden. ' Gardening
on a large scale is costly in the labor
which it requires, even if land were
cheap, which it certainly is not- You
may have ample health and sweetness in
tinier Bpots than thirty acres, provided
your garden be not surrounded by ; high
brick walls, in the old and perhaps in
the modern manner. - Even with them
one may not fare very badly. 'There are
some charming old gardens in the Twick
enham and ' Hampton country, though
they are mostly rigidly enclosed within
four walls of brick as the parlor or the
sleeping room. In a sense, gardens -of
this narrow and curtailed" size and sort
are! in the nature of apartments of the
house, and very gracious and pleasant
chambers tbey are. Even in those wild
ernesses of houses which are spreading
tar. and wide in tbe Buburbs- ot .London
and the other great centers, the little
square spot at the backdoor is not laugh
able, judged from a proper point of view.
It is not a garden in the sense in which
Hampton Court Palace or -Kensington
has gardens, any more than the rooms
are rooms compared with the saloons of
the palace. -,
- But it is an open air chamber in which
of a summer evening a man and his
wife may delude themselves . most
agreeably and profitably into the notion
that they survey the loveliness of nature
and themarvels of creation. Why should
they not 1 There is not nearly so much
illusion in these bumble delights as
there is in the costlier delights of more
ambitious folk. If rightly placed, a gar
den to be full of delight need be no more
than a broad and ample piece of well
kept lawn, with flowers, borders and
fragrant hedges. All that yon want is a
soft and pleasant carpet for the feet, lit
tle pieces ot bright color tor the eye,
gracious prospects, and the perfume of
honeysuckle, thyme and tbe like. There
must be also a sheltered walk with
gravel for the winter days and
night. ' But it is a vile blunder to cut a
garden up with gravel walks, which are
pleasant in no sense. And the worst of
it is that in not one garden in a hundred
are these walks broad enough for three
persons to be abreast with full comfort.
People unaccountably prefer a couple of
narrow strips to one broad alley. And
it is hardly A less- blunder to take up
space with craftily devised flower-beds
of many cunning combinations of form
and color., As Bacon says of the simi
ilar knots of figures in his time, You
may see as good sights many times in
tarts." For the great point of a garden,
if it is to be for the great refreshment
of the spirit of man, is simplicity.
The. simpler it is the fewer xhances
there are of its getting out of ordor, and
so disturbing the eye and mind-of its
possessor. To idle men who have noth
ing better to do than to make the gar
den a business, this will not count. But
to busy and absorbed men the avoid
ance of every slight root of irritation and
the corresponding gain ' of seren'ty are
worth anything. Nor are complex and
artificial pleasures ever really soothing.
They may distract or divert, but the
use of a garden is that it diverts with
out stimulating. It composes the niuid,
even in the midst of gravest cares, to a
wholesome passivity.
lhe anxieties of the world, cares of
business, excitements of politics, are re
duced and paled in a man who can en
joy the sweetness of a homely garden.
Hut a garden that is a show-place, or the
imitation of a show-place, is no more re
freshing to the spirit of a sensible man
than the sight ot a ball-room crowded
with beauties and dandies. It only re
quires a little courage in withstanding
the gardener, who is invariably the
worst of professional pedants. They are
all more of less like that gardener of
whom Mrs. Poyser said that he was a
as a cock who should think that the sun
had risen on purpose to hear him crow.
But the delight of having a garden,
grassy .simple and "plain in its neatness,"
is worth any number of decisive ruptures
Pall
Mall Gazette.
Eating When Exhausted.
When the strength of nerve power is
already worn out; or used up, the diges
tion of food only makes a fresh demand
upon us, and if it be unable to meet the
demand, tbe food is only a burden upon
it, producing mischief. Our bodies have
been compared with steam engines, the
fond being the fuel, and the steam pro
duced the nerve power. The analogy
holds good to a certain extent, if, when
the steam is low, because the fire is low,
you pile in, too fast, a quantity of coal,
you put out your fire. -
Beyond this the comparison fails. You
may clean out furnaces and begin again,
but in tbe body the consequences of this
overloading are dangerous and some
times fatal. No. cause of cholera is
more common than eating freely when
exhausted. . .-
The rule should be to rest for a time,
and take some simple refreshment, a
enp, or a part of a cup of tea, a little
broth, or even a piece of bread, -any
thing simple and in small amount, just
to stimulate the stomach slightly, and
begin to restore its power.. After rest,
a moderate quantity will be refreshing.
.JNevereata tullmeal when you are ex
hausted. Take first a small quantity of
anything simple, which may be handy,
and rest. Then, after a time, proper food
will be a blessing, and not- a burden.
The fires will burn, the steam will be
up, and you can go on your way safely.
' It is not amiss in this connection to
say that children would avoid many a
feverish night and many an attack of dis
ease, if mothers would follow this rule.
i
The other day a gentleman entered a
Paris omnibus, carrying with him a bag
which be placed on the seat beside bim.
Soon after a young woman occupied the
adjoining seat. After bestowing fre
quent looks of surprise and indignation
at her neighbor, who remained pertectiy
unconscious of her disquietude, she sud
denly sprang upon her feet.and exclaim
ing, "Insolent I" gave him a couple of
sound boxes on the ear. The assaulted
one at length ventured to ask why he
had become the recipient of these favors.
" You pinched me," exclaimed the lady
furiously. The gentleman made no re
ply, but looking under the Beat brought
to light a magnificent live lobster, which
had escaped from the bag. ; ' -' '.!
MEDICAL.
iSBIILIA BnnLLBTTS CTJBAHTUS.
- J HTJItTPHRETS
noSIEOPATIIIC SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLK
experience, an entire sncceas: Simple
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. Tbey are the
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use, "
so simple that mistakes cannot be made in
sing them ; so harmless as to be free from dan
ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable.
1 hey bave raised the highest commendation from
11, and will always render satisfaction,
Nos. 1 ' Centa.
i, vures r even, congestion, lnnammatlons.35
;
1 6
,
10,
11.
12.
13,
14,
15,
16,
17,
18,
IB,
SO,
,
S2,
S3,
V
25,
8,
t7,
ta.
AVornia, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.
Crying-Colic or Teething of Infants25
liiarrliceai of Children nr AdnltA ' .
Dysentery, Griping, Bilions Colic.25
Cliolora-Iilorbna, Vomiting. SS
, Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
Neuralorla, Toothache, Faceache. .85 '
, HoadaeiiesSicklleailache, Vertigo
Uynpepaia, Bilious Stomach. '. 25
Suppressed, of Painful Periods.. .95
Whites, too profuse Periods 25
Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing. .25
Salt Rhenm,Erysipelas,Eruptioiis25
Itheumatlsm, Rheumatic pains. .25
Fever A Ague, Cbill Fever, AgnesoO
files, blind or bleeding ..60
Opthalmy, and sore or weak EyesSO
Catarrb.acnte or ehronic.Inflnenrai
Wlioopins Cough, vioientcongliM
Asthma, oppressed Breathing. to
Ear Discharges, impairedhearinpSO
Serol'ula. enlarged f lands, swellingBiO
GeneralDehility,physicalweakiieas50
Dropsy, and scanty Secretions 50
8ea-ickiiess,eicknesB from ridingfiO
. Kldney-Alseae, Gravel...- GO
Nervous Debility Seminal
: ; Emissions, involuntary Dis
charges j oo
Sore Month, Canker... 60
IJrinary Weakness, wetting bedSO
Painful Periods, with spasms. .50
Sufl'erlngsat change of life 1 00
Elllepy,Spasni8,St.Vitu.'Dancel 00
Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat. 69
80,
81.
8.
a
FAMILY CASES "
Of 35 to 70 large vials, moroeeo
or rosewood case, containing,
a specific for every ordinary '
. disease a family is subject to,
and books of directions
From S10 to 3
nailer Family and Traveling: cases,
with 20 to 28 vials from 5 to $8
Specifics for all Private Diseases, both
, for Curlnjj and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and
pocketcases,82to$i
' POND'S EXTRACT,
Cures Barns, Bruises, Lanenesj,
8oreness,Sore Throat.Sprains. Tooth
ache, Earache, Neuralgia, Itlicuma
tism, Lnmbsco, Piles, Bolls, stings.
Sore Eyes, Bleedinc of the Lungs,
Nose, Stomach, or of Piles; Corns, Ci
cero, Old Sores. Price 60 ets. to 1.7S
: 1ST These Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ol the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific " '
' Eomeopathio Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 662 Bboadwax, New York.
Dr. IIcbpuksvs is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
disease.
J FOB BALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
jy13 deod&wly
The Orcat atcdielne fbr tbe Skin eures
' without rail, every hind of on
lifhtly eruption or the faee,
or Itehinrr, Irritating, or.';
. sfliittreaMlnii1 cutaneous
. disease on any part
or the person. ...
It hn nearly relieved me pf thnt mortifying erup
tion, aud I om vow looking qite tike a m.'n," write,
rtmrlen B Kohl-. Oenral Ageut of Mich. Ceutiul
, E. It., 173 Broadway, N. Y .
IV Hd it au iuvnhtnbte remedy for Tetter, eft; "
write Hi ley Bros., Di ng-ists, Fairfield, Iowa.
I hnve, tried yonr vahityhte rrmedv far Barber '
Itch with (jreat weeem1 writes C. W. bumont, of
Leomiuster, Mass.
Bend for circular. Price, 75 ets. and 1.00.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
' 36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O-
For sale by D racists generally,
septal -deoJttwlj
DRUNKENNESS
CURED WITH '
OR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THEOSLV IK FALL,. RLE RETIEDV.
Can be siven with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston' Treitixe on "Drunk
enness, ita ( 'oneaneneA And dire." free nn an
plioation. Price nf Spsoifio per bottle, $1 50, cr
tnree nutties lor 44. oo.
Aug. . J. tscftuellex.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, t'olumbus, O
SOLI) BY ALL DKUUGISTS.
seplt-dT&sxwly
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WAT C HE S ,
JEWELRY,
CLOCKS,
- SILVER and
PLATED WARF,
CARES, SPECTACLES,
t CUTLERY,
; GOLD PEJfS,
POCKET-BOOKS and
OPKR 4 GLASSES,
; IN ENDLESS VARIETY."
Keep constantly on band a lanre assortment of
Seth Thomas' and Waterbuvy Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
- tor tne
I ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass,
es (Frenoh and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
KW All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteea. -
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX,
' febl-eoily No 71 South Hinh it.. Unl umbos.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
' DEALER IN : '! "
WATCHES, CLOCKS, J EWELR Y,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac.
173 Houth Hxh street, Columbus, O. Repairing
carefully done and warranted. mj7-eod6m
' IVOTICE.
NANCY DAVIS, RfiSIDfNG IN LEXING
TON, Holmes county, Mississippi, will tak
notice that Mnriball F. Davis, of Franklin oouitv,
.Ohio.did.on th - 6th day of October, lrtiS, file his
petition in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Plea within and for paid cnuntv of
Franklin and Slate of Ohio, charging the said Nan
cy navis withwilii'ulabsenoefrom tbe petitioner for
more than three years l.st past, and asking tbat he
may be divorced trom the said Nancy Davis, whicb
petition will stand for bearing at the next t-rm of
said Court, and on and after six weeks from the
date of this notice.
October 8th, 1868.
MARSHALL F. DAVIS.
' Sfabbow i Wright. Att'ys. oote-w6w .
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
I WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
ERTY in tbe citv of Columbus, a farm of 180
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pa tbe difference, if
any, in cash. Toe land is situate at the corner of
oross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich lmd, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar- tree and spice busoh
A good bargain will be given.
S. W. ANDREWS.
' OrSoe, corner of High and Broad streets.--mar2-wtf
,
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWJVED BY
Rudolph Rickly. on the National road, east of
BHnd Asylum, consisting nf a finable brick house,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and one
aore and a half of ground. Enquire of
; - ' - - ' ' -JACOB IMS. i
oct7-eodlm . 169 but Friend street. .
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
7o all tchom it may concern:
.CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus, O., Sept. 14. l&sa.J
. . .
Notice is hereby given tbat proceedings nave been
instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for
makin t th a following improvements, to wit :
- For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen W est Uroad street.
Also, to construct a twelve inoh stone pipe sever
on Seventh street from a point opposite the north
line of W. C. Brown's loton Broad atr.Ai. tn . nntnt
opposite tbe north line of the first al!ey north Of
Dnsa BireeicHsi oi reventu street.
Also, for constructing stone arch culvert of such
dimension, as mav be reanired. aero?. Hrrati atr
whera the proposed ditch crosses the same near
Acheson's lane. '-
A Ifo. to establish the boundary lineof Park street
between North Public Isne and the bridge over
tbe C. C. A I. C. Railway, and to erect marks at
eucn poinrs as tne same may De easily Known. .
Aleo. for gracing and paving the unpuv.-d side
walks, gutters ana croKsinns. and grading and grav
eling the roadwa v of Walnut alley from Fair alley
west to Front street. ' -
The same to be done in ancorrlaneA wifb nl.r. .nJ
estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil Engineer
.nil filri in til- nffij,- nf h- ( f II 1.
All personsolaiming damages on account of sajd
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on o
before tbe 1'hii ty-first aay of October. A. I). 1888.
.1 . . . - .L. . WILSON.
sepl7-dltaw4w . ,. . City Clerk. ,
Paving Notice.
2o .all whom itmav (kneern : . , : -i.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. -
. s -' CoLrrMBua. O., Heo. 28. 1868.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus for mak
ing tbe followins imorovaHienta.-tn-wfo, - - - .1
ror grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from Hickory
aiioy w iuriu sireet; ' ' - v i,
Also, for cradinff and navinfi- tbe nnnaverl iMa.
walks, gutters and crossing on the south side of
norm creer, irom l niro wan to r our to street;
Also, for grading and paving the guttersand cross
ings and srsvelins tbe aikuwalba and- srailine tha
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Publio lane
to njosmore street. - - ...
Also, for aradinff and ren&vina- rhe sidewalk and
gutter and cro sina-on Rich street, in front of Lot
No. Sot Dennison's lubdivisianof outlot No. 39; -Also,
for grading and graveling the roadway of
vnapei street, irom r air alley to r ront street;
Also, for eradiriff and navine tbe 8utt.nl anil
curbing on th.sonta sideof Ch pel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
alley;
A. so, for bnildirg a double row flag crossing
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
The same to be done in accordance with tbe plats
ana estimate to De prepared rv the Uity Uivil Lngi
neer.and filed in tha office of the CitvClerlc.
All persons claiming damases on account of paid
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims m tne omce oi tne uterK, in writing, on or
oerore tne .igateentu aay oi novemoer, A. 1)
1868.
L. E WILSON.
03t5 d1Uw4w J City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
7b all tchom it may concern t - - . r
Citt Clerk's Oppicb.J I
COLCMBUS. O.. AUK. 27, 1868 j
- Notice Is herebvgiven. that nroceedinashava b.s
instituted in tbeCity Council of Columbus.for mak
lug iuo luiiuniug iuiprovouieuis,HJ-wii,.
r or grading aud paving the cutters and graveling
the sidewalks and grading the roadway of Parsons
street irom noutn ruotic lane to l lvision street.
Also, for eradins and navina- tbe nniiaviNl aid.
walks, gutterd and crossings, and grading and giav
elinz the roadway of Fair alley from Rich stieet to
Wamut alley, and also for gradine and graveling
the roaiway of Fair alley from Walnut alley to
Also, for gracing Parson's lane from East Public
lane to tne corpo'ation line.
Also, for builtina a donble row flaa-stnne cm a-
ing across Third street at the north side of Long
street.
Also, for grading and paving the nnpaved gutters
and crossinss and zradiue and a-ravelins tbe siile-
walks on John street from Cleveland avenue to
W -slunxton avenue
Tbe ma to be done in accordance with nlats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin-
.1 c ' J . I. ..is c . I- . i ,-
.vi,biu uiou iii vim uiuuDui tue viiy viern.
All persons claiming damages nn aooount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, oner
oeiore tne nineteen tQ day ot ucto ier, a. u. icstj,
L. E. WILSON.
aug39-dltaw4w , City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Concern : -
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ) 1
Columbus, O.. Sept. ai, 1868.) -
Notice is hereliy given that proceedingBhave been
instituted in the City Council of (Joiumbus, for
For reDavinx the cutters and resetting the rnrh
ing on tbe west side of Seventh -street between
Friend street and Rich street.
: Alao. for paviug tbe un paved sidewalks on. the
east side of Filth street between Rich street and
nerry street.
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
from Hish street to Fair allev.
Also, for grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the 0. C. A C. railroad-deoot to the line
nf Wm Nail'. m
The same to be done in accordance with plat, and
e-itimates to De prepared oy tne t;ity ijivil x,ngi
neer. and filed in tbe office of the Citv Clerk.
AU persons claiming damages on acooont of said
proposed improvements, are reauired to file their
alsims in the office of tie Clerk, in writing, on or
oeiore tne oeventn aay oi novemDer. a. u. ihus.
L. E. WILSON,
sep!4-dltaww' City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To all vchom it may -concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )'
Columbus. 0 Aug. 31, 1868.1
Notice is hereby given, that nroceedincs have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, lor
making tbe tollowi, g improvements, to-wit:
Fur graiini and paving tbe gutters and crossings
ano r ran me toe roadway on Out street irom wash
inxion aienne to adt Public lane.
The sauie to be done in accordance with plats
ano estimates to oe prepared oy the uity uivii nn
sin er. and fi'ed in the office of tbe Citv Clerk.
All persons olaiming damages on aooount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on rr
netore tne xineieenta aay ot uctooer, A. u
1808.
. h. E. WILSON -sep5-dltaw4w
. City Clerl.
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS WAMED FOR BIMXG.
HAVE YOU
A NT BOOKS. rriAGIZINES. SHEET
ri. MUSIC. Ac. Ac. that you wish to bave
hound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Kooks sent for and returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through posteffice, or at
tne . i
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
AND ..., . -
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY,
One nf tbe largest and beat appointed Binderiea in
too abite.
BooiDi 34. 3ft, 38 Iforlb Hiffb Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevinn A Mjrers', aid Statesman
Uraam UrlntJnr, I IrVi-.j a
BLANK HOOKS I .
BLrVK BOOKS!!
BLANK BOOKS! !
Of every description and q-iality, from the highest
to tbe lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required patter u, and superior woramansmp.
at tbe lowest prices.
Orders fr-ra Ciunty Offisers, Banks, Merchants,
.nd all Officers nauirinc riUKEHOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention.
I our patronage respectfully solicited.
W. W. LEFAVOR,
ool3-deod6m . . . . - . Proprietor.
SIBSBRT & LILLEY,
Blank Book MaDufacturers,
. PRINTERS. BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS. .
Specisl attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK HOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head
ings, for
COUNTT OFFICERS, MERCHANTS. VANFFACTITRERS
BANEEK8, RAILROAD COMPAtilBS. AC. .
UW Full sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction. : ... . .
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eou ly COL V31B US. OHIO.
GROCERS.
fl'COLHI, i MILES & 1 II'DOXALDS,
- no. 184 & i soum high street ;"
OR O C E R, S,"
DER MAOAZIN K. and agents for the sale of
Hazard Fowder Companj'e Powder. A gen ta for
i. - uaiaviiiini inula vv. u
Celebrated, Sngar Cured IInw,
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
. ' GROCERIES
in all their yarieUes. Imported "Wineg, Brandies
Cigars. etc. - ... lull-eodly
JOSEPH H. GEIG-ER
; Attorn ey at Law,
PAttSON'8 BUILDIKQ, , , , 17
1
j aug26-eod3m
rn T? Tn rr v t uir: tj ctc
PAPER. WAREHOUSE.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
V i I i
f
Thetten!ioo of the Trade is called to the iuperi-
" r, ; or stock ef , .,
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,
''' ''.'" ' " " 5' ' tV -ir
Juatreoeived ndf saleby
, ... i
-
NB.YINS & MYBaSt
S6 S8 aV 40 SBTH HI60 IT,,
COL UK BUS.
Our stock comprises a roll lineeC
Book,
- I ...WS f 1 fiJJtJM
writiiii,-,":
Colored and , .,-
r-yr-.. Print Papers.
-;' '- - ' - --': c-.n
' We kave a foil stock of-'
envelopes;
Of all sites snd varieties, which will be sold at the "
iloweet market ratesj i i,v,;j;'.f,
', .' ' ' - ' - ' ' ns' 'i
0 US STOCK Of a l-,s-3ft
it!
f:Jt
Is Buurpasited in tbe city, including
i:-
BRISTOL BOARD, ,
R. Rs CHECK, . .'. . r . f
I
J COLORED of ail kinds ;
And BLANK. ; '4 A5; :."
i ; i,.-. s-i.i.-f-. ;
NEVISS tc MTER
BOVS"
INSURANCE; :J
Auditor of State's Certificate1,
r " ' - -;- ' -..' '-.
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIS3 OF TBS ' '
CONTIXEXTAL f IXAKClCrla.
OF NEW YORK; ' ; '-: '-'
: : '- -' -..wj iv.j v$:J SSil!
FOB TBE TEAR ZND1XG DECEMESS 3. ISST. l
Capital fully paid ap.......
Amount of available assets
.....500.0Ofr on
BH.aao si
CERTIFICATE 14R PCBL'CATIOSI.
-' AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) -. j
DEPABTMINT OF iNSUBlNCK.
1 - Columbus. O-. February 1, 1868.V
It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire) '.
Insurance Comoany, located at New York, in tbe
State of New York, has complied, in all respecta, "
: with the laws of this State relating to such lnsur-f
anee Comnanies, for the eurient year, and has filed '
in 'bis Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Offisers, showing its condition and business, at the
date of such statement, a, follows :
Amount of actual paid-up Capital.:.... 1900,000 OS
Aggregate amount of available assets. . . .1.814. 50 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, ine. - '
- Re-insuranee....... .. .j... ........ 38l.!r)S 92 -
Amount ot income for the pre edingyear 801,185 1 '
Amount of expenditures for the preoed- 1
ing year . 681.44S47 f
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscri ied
mv came, and caused the Seal of mr -Iseal.1
Office to be affixed, the day and year above .
. written.
J AS. H. GODMAJT, Auditor of State." f
By Jas. Williams, Chiet Clerk. : ta3'
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co., Agents, t
(Sacghton Block). " - -1 ""--'- -
',, Celsiaibaa, O.- ".;
A8 TO THE BU8IKBSS AHD AFFAIRS OF THE
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP Y
OW SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
CERTIFICATE FOR PCJBXICATIOjr.
"i ' " AUDITOR OF STsTB'S OFFICE.! ,' .
, ,. . . Uepartmbst or Insurance.
Columbus, Set. 19tb. l6s.
It is hereby certified. Tbat the Pacific Insuraaea'
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State or
California has complied, in all Tespeets, with th
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for tbe current year, and has filed in tnis
. office a sworn statement., by the proper aftioera,k
sbowing its oondition and business, at the date of,
such statement, as follows, gold cutrency f - - l
Amount of actual paid up Capital. w.-. fl,0.0O0 Ot (
: Aggregate amountof available assets.. 1,289,818 os
Aggregate amount of Liabilities 258,820 68 '
Amount of income for the preceding ,
year.. 708,003 TO
Amount of expenditures for the pre-.' -
ceding year........ 33,e8S IS
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused the Seal of my I) fiiee
Iseal.1 to be affixed, the day and year above
written. ' .
JAS. WILLIAMS.
- ; . '. "i Chief Clerk lor Auditor of State. '-;
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co., Agents, -
(Sacohton Block),' ' ' ' ""
Coiambus, O."
AS TO THE BUSINESS ANO AFFAIRS 6F TBS
NORTH BRIThfl &JIERCANTILE
. INSURANCE COMPAW,; -iV
Of London - and Edinburgh. '
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICEj
... Insurance Dkpartmknt.
s - ! J I C0LCMBU9,"0.. Sept. 18, 1868
' It is hereby certified. Tbat the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of London and
Edinburgh, has comj lied in ll resptcts with tie
laws of this State relating to r ire Insurance Com-.
panies of foreigbn Governments, for the current,,
year including tre deposit of One Hundred Thou-''
sand Dollars for the security -of Foliey holders re.j
siding in tbe State of Ooio, and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart
ment shows its condition ana, business at the data
of such statement (Deo. 31, IBS?) as follows .-
Amonnt of actual paid np copilal 250,000 .
Aggregate amount of available assets J3 soa.os 85"-
Aggregate amount of liabilities. 1.7U.S10 30
Amount of income for the preceding -i-
year..........' - 3.S00.21J W
Amount of expenditures for tbe preoed- ' -
ing year..., VaT.sw at
In witBOsi whereof. I have hereunto kubforihed '
sit nam. ana oaaned Ibeoaat af aay OtSos A
TsealJ to be affixed the ix od jear alor e
! writUn. 1 ' w
I - JKS. H. GODMAlTTtuJitorof SlaU.
i By Jas. Wiiu ams. Chief Cle
Geo. F. O'Barra & Conls,1
Nacohton Block), 'f'"1 'X
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