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PRUTOD AND PUBLISHED BT
COLUMBUS.
OHIO I
'J J OCT. IS
FOR PRESIDENT,
HORATIO SEYMOUR,
HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
GEN. FRANK P. BLAIR, JR.,
OF MISSOURI.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, STATE AT LARGE,
HrFr 1. s AW" EV, of Cuyahoga
So".ScieH J. JEWETT, of Uuskingum
DISTRICT ELECTORS.
rx.L-JOHN B JECP.of HemiltoM
ii - J. M. UOBIiK.,
nf Hamilton.
w. flOUi-K. of Montgomery.
lACKSOW.of wma-t 'J
Bth ? ISAAC a.
w in ,Tu H. DA VI. of Clermont 1 5 f"
. HLbAnni oi Alien.
ath " R. V. POFPI-ETUa.or immi
25 - -JOHN A. CRAMER, nf Ottawa,
lath ANDREW ROACH, or Wood.,
voi.lf.tt. ofLiokics.
14th
" K" n uiiOWITTON. cf LOnlO.
ISAAC STAN r.EY. of Ath.n.
!$ - miiriT WILLI A"MM, of Carroll
Hth
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GKO. W KIM KB. of summit. -MATT.
BIRCHARD. of Trumbull.
Democratic State Ticket.
Mm sbcbbtabt or st Aim.
B6nAS BCBBABD.!
fob Burmnai judos
WUU1 E- flWCK. et perry. ,a
vobmbmsbb or boabp or rcBMO
AKtHITB HU6IIE8. ef CT'
FOB SCHOOL OOJMIBSIOJrBB.
IAHCEL J. HBKWOOIhjftfcmeM.
FOB DLBBK OF SOTBBSB OOUBT.
JOHN n. WEBB, et maaealaij.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS.
(Seventh Congressional DistriotJ
Ooij domed in XeW-York yesterday at
137. ' '
The Black Test.
do $olenmIy twear that I accept the civil
ifo dtttmpt to deprive tmjf person or perstwii,
oa account q race, color or previous condition,
Jl: W oUifc ,? rfcftt, J,e9,?Jm)
wmnitgvaotWW'0' of men.
JUZp m god.nSoutheradical Carpet Sag
Constitutions.
Send us the Election News.
Democrats throughout the State will
o&isr a flavor np.QiTns . by.lelegrapMnj
to na to-nlgbt the vote in each ward and
to WMhTr "tor 'each candidate ' foil Sec
retary of State, and the result oa Con
gressman . ?T y ant- only -fhe ( .vote not
majorities, eomttarisons tiir speculations.
Send us the Election News. ATTEMPTED FRAUD.
Beware of False and Fraudulent
Tickets.
Tickets are now beinar clrcalatedby Be
pablican emissariee headed democratic
: Ticket," with the names of all the Radical
nominees for County" officers on them.
JSjeeg! in- tbj, uomineea for State offlcers,
these fraudulent ballots contain the names
of two persons-the Democratic and Re
publican nomfnees for each office, and if .
V5ted,"t?ifcf tain be counted, for the man
that Totes for twoCcandidates for the same
cHce7wbenT)nt"opels tobe" elected, might
jftstweiaWt 'oW4Wlllorfhis' balloi
cannobeonnted. SKtii.t!t a,1T 0T Ri
The Tickets, thus circulated, are a fraud,
a ebeit, and Ue-r-a. fraud ; and j a icbeatj
because their Intention is to deceive and to
swindle the man 'that 'bflers 'tnern to the
Judges of Election, out of his Tote, and a
Mbbeomose o.TIckeVlsT.Qrpan be,, Demo-,
c ratio 'that has the'jjaines of Badfcal nom
bieesorj it,J? ar-niia;S3
Beware tof the" Fraud examine well
your Ticket before voting it, and have ev
4j njaij arrested Uiat ittempts 1 iwindl
a Toter out of bis just rights..
' till h
'
The Election Day.
..As this number of the Statesman is be-
tog delivered, to . the city subacrlber8,ltbax
judges of the election Will be dropping thfr
tickets into the ballot-box where they
w4U.fall noiseless'7' Z'!'-'
Jbi- i-re Aj aaow flake, falliot on tha Bod..JlW rL
xm 1c. Yet exaouta tfaa frasman'. will v i
hg election day is the holy day of Free
men. On that day the Government passes
Intihebandspf the people td review the
acts of the rulers. May.the freemenof this
coatttcy ibav hoir) much they value this
right, by so exercising it that the State and
the nation be wrested from the bands of
the spoilers. The battle of the Democracy is
for peace, tor the Constitution, the Union,
the supremacy of good laW.' enal taxa
tlan, and an economical - administration ofi
ajfeirs both State atid Nattonal .-i vi
Every man having the right should vote
djres early, j : tet every JDemocrat.be at
the polls early and stay late, so as to aid the
glorious cause of redeeming Ohio: In the
eloQent language of penertl Jackso5
to i'tbe cDemocracy years ago, .. let' each'
ixxiot'mt'-M pvmthoMer to the "ieheei
MirvoeoDixB success and PUSH ON
TflKCOLUMXr and Ohio this day decider
the fate of Radicalism, for if the leaders lore;
Ohio, Pennsylvania, or Indiana, they give
up the contest. v';.!- . ' ' v'"; "
I
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t
The Bonds Can't be Paid
the Republican party shall be continued
in power., Their corruption, extravagance
' and their policy to make ont of the Ne
groes in the South a ruling power' for the
special benefit of capital that grows rich
upen the legislation of Congress, will year
by year plunge the Government deeper in
debt, until It wDl Become absolutely bank
rupt. It is to the Interest of holders of
Bonds, as well am to the interest of laborers,
mechanics, farmers and business men. that
the Democratic party should be triumphant
to-day. ' "": ' "".
Victory is Ours!
Undoubtedly'If everyDemdcrat? will
take bold to-day and work,, as :thoagli the
result of the election depended Upon hit
Individual efforts, we -will carry' Ob io for
the Democratic, Ticket 'There Is not an
earthly doubt of it' Work, then, , fellow
Democrats; for upoii your success depend
te perpetuation of the Union, the saprem-
acy of the Constitution, and the restoration -
of.hotiestto all department 6f the Gov-;
Mttatlt. 1 r- ill;.'--t-! ili jne n
I -f - miii ' i i - -1 - - rr
Victory is Ours! A Base Insinuation.
c,The'lnsinuatlon ot the iounud, that tbet
hpi.beloTJgIng'to the city Fire Depart
raent were out and made part of the Dem
ocratic procession pn Saturday; night we
bmve been requested to ssy, 4s untrue. r Ve
add' to this request, that the In.lnuation Is
basely mfcd analteiouBly; false; and that it
was so knawn to be.wben made;'
Eqtjai, and reduced Taxation, and, piore
moixTf-wUlfunit from Democratic victo
to-day.
1-r.J.Si I.'ItJ kiiljO
The Law Prescribing the
of Electors.
- 31 oi a act to preserve pur
ity of elections," Swan A Critchfleld's Re-
vl8edrtStatntes,voL IsW page 643, provides
that no person shall be permitted to vote
at any election unless be shall have been
an actual resident of the State for one year,
of the county lor thirty days, , and of the
township or ward In which he offers to
vote twenty days next preceding the elec
tion - The residence of a person Is declared
to be the place la which his habitation is
fixed, without any present intention of re
moving therefrom, and to which, whenever
he is absent, he has the Intentional return
ing. :;. , ; I -
. "A person shall not be considered or held
to have lost his residence who shall leave
hig home and go into another State or eoun
ty ot this State, tor temporary purposes
merely, with an Intention of returning."
The Constitution requires that none but
free white male citizens . of the ' United
States shall have the right of votinp.
' A person shall hot be considered or held
to have gained a residence in any county
of this "'ate Into which he shall have come
tor temporary purposes merely, without
the intention of making such county his
home, but with the intention of leaving
tie same; when he shall have gotten through
with the business that brought him into it,
. . If a persou remove to another State with
an intention to make it his permanent resi
dence he shall be considered and held to
have lost bis residence in this State.
If a : person . remove to another ' State
with an intention of remaining there for an
indefinite time, and as a place of present
residence, he shall be considered and held
to have lost his residence in this State, not
withstanding he , may entertain, ah inten
lion to return at some future period. The
plaoe J where ' married plan's v family, re
sides,' shall generally be considered and
held to be his residence; but if it la a place
ion" temporary establishment of bis family,
or for transient objects, it shall be other
wise. II a married man, baa his family fix
ed Inone. plac'and he does his business In
another', the former shall be considered -and
held to be the place of bis residence The
mere1 intention to acquire a, new resUence
without the fact ot removal ; shall avail
nothing; ireither shall the fact of removal
Without the intention, r. V" ' '
'If a person shall go into Another State
and while there exercise the right of a cit
izen by voting, he shall be considered and
held to have lost his residence in this State.
By section 85, page 646, Swan and Critcb
deidi vol. 1st, it is provided that nothing In
the act before named, so far as the same re
lates to the length of .time required of the
voter to. reside in the township br ward
where he offers to vote, shall be held, taken
or construed to apply to any voter who is
the bead of a family who shall bona fide re
move with bis family from .one ward into
another within the corporate limits of any
city within the State, or who 'shall remove
fron one township to another within the
same county. "' 11 ' ' 1:
of Electors. The "White Ticket" Law.
'The Legislature of last winter, in order
that . men might vote their bonest senti
ments without the fear, favor or affection
of the , bondholders who have heretofore
attempted to control - them, . enacted the
following law in . relation to Election
Tickets. In speaking of this law, the Cin
cinnati Commercial is forced to admit that
it is a "good law," tor it "secures to the
voter, however poor- and dependent, the
lul benefit of the secret ballot. It will
certainly be enforced, and it is of great con
sequence that it be fully attended' to in
time." The Judges of Election will see to
it' that the law Is enforced,' and that so
marked tickets, or those printed on any
thing else than white news printing paper,
be received 6r counted. '' This IS the more
necessary; as we understand that tickets
printed on thin' tissue paper, in violation of
the laWj are already In circulation. This
is done to coerce certain employees of Re
publicans to vote the Radical ticket. The
law to at; follow8:,:,-'-.!. .-" '-J, ;
Section 1. Beit enacted by the General
'Assembly of the State of Ohio, That it
shall De unlawful ior any .person witnin
this State, .at any election held in pur
suance Of law, TO ItABK THB TICKET OF ANT
ELECTOR WITH THB IKTgHTXOH OP ASCER
TAIN INO HOW HE VOTED OR TO HARK .THE
TICKKT . OP' AST . XLECTOS AND HAND TH
same to him to vote at aky such exec
hon por the porposb aporesaid.i --" - i
''Sec. 2.' That aix ballots voted at
'AMY ELECTION HELD IN FCRSTJANCE OF LAW,
SHALL BE WRITTEN ON PLAIN WHITE PAPER,
R PRINTED WITH BLACK INK ON WHITE NEWS
PRINTING. PAPER. WITHOUT ANT DEVICE OH
XABK .OV ANY DESCRIPTION TO DISTINGUISH
ONB. -TICKET FROM ANOTHER, OR BY . WHICH
ONE TICKKT MAT BE KNOWN PROM ANOTHER
by its appearance, except the words at the
bead or . the ticket; and that it shall be un
lawful FOR ANY PERSON TO PRINT FOR, DIS
TRIBUTION ' AT THB POLLS OR DISTRIRUTE TO
ANT ELECTOR, OR VOTE ANT BALLOT WRIT
TEN OR PRINTED CONTRART TO THE PROVI
bions OP this act provided, that nothing
ttrerein veontaineaj snail oe construed to
prohibit the erasure, correction or inser
tion of anyname by pencil mark or other
wise .upon the lace ot toe printea .oaiiot."
The Delaware Election.
The following dispatch to the Philadel
phia Age tells the story in . regard to Dela
ware.,. The large and uniform Democratic
gains show an overwhelming popular cur
rent in favor of! Seymour and Blair, i, All
honor to the Democracy of. Delaware, lor
their noble stand in defense Of the Consti
tution: .V-. i2
The Delaware Election. "The Diamond State on the Side of the
and the Union—Complete
Democratic Victory.
Democratic Victory. [Special to the Age.]
fWaLMlNGTON, Oct. 7. We have met the
enemy in the Diamond State,' and they are
ours. . We have given them a second Mary
land defeat! and have carried every bun-
rired Tcent six. ... .... . .....
'In New Castle county, which includes
the city of Wilmington, we have 505 ma
iorltv. with three hundreds to hear Irom
Von may set us down lor a tcood 600 in this
county, ta aovemoer, ior oeymour ana
Blair. Kent and Sussex counties are al
most unanimously Democratic... The fol
lowing instances will show bow nobly the
Democrats nave lougnt tne ngnt: unris
tiana hundred Elves 33 Radical majority.
a Democratic gain of 91: -Wilmington, 8
Radical majority, a Democratic gain of 305
in one month ; New Castle, 189 Democratic
majority, a gain Of 87; Brandy wine and St.
Ueorge'8 nnnareas mw oeee captnrea Dy
us. the former eivinz 23 Democratic ma
jority, a gain of 83; and the latter Demo
cratic by 53, a train of 72. The same pro
portion holds good throughout the entire
State,- and you can set down Little Dela
ware, as ever, on tne siae oi tne tjonsiuu-
W."
Picture of Frank
Blair.
,.
General Comly, in yesterday's issue ol
the Journal, assumes the responsibility ol
fhe Infamously defamatory wood cut that
appeared in tnac sweet acentea puoncatiou
the morning after Geneial Blair left this
city.. He says be is responsible ior all the
editorial that appears in that paper; that
the picture was a cartoon simply and that
cartoons are not usually correct repiesen
tatlpns., , Thus he admits that he lied about
General Blair. -v
1
Prospects Never Brighter.
Never in tne political history of this State
have the prospects for Democratic success
been more encouraging. All that is neces
sary to secure it, i tor all the Democrats to
work earnestly, untiringly ana witnpiucK
Victory in Hamilton County.
The Enquirer proclaims the glad tidings
that the, Democrats of Hamilton county
will "have ..ytetpry.oa, State,,, county and
Congressional tickets to-day. v -"-":u "
i
..
Winans.
gentleman, who to th Republican
nominee lorCongress In this District, as
Common Pleas Judge decided that Negroes
have no right under-the-Constttution to
vote; and then, as District Judge, nnder
the impression that he might be the Repub
lican candidate for Congress, and would
need the votes of Negroes to elect him, de
cided that the Negroes have the right to
vote. -rv t 7-' -..----..-"
. This same gentleman admits that the
Democratic position of Equality in Taxa
tion i3 right; but be will not, should be be
elected to Congress, vote for it, ' because it
would, as he alleges, be, breaking , faith
with the Bondholder. The people he evl
dentiy cares nothing about.:
This same Mr. Winans concedes that the
outstanding 5-20 Bonds are payable in Le
gal Tender Greenbacks but he is unwill
ing that they should be paid in Greenbacks
until the Greenbacks are worth dollar for
dollar in Gold. That is, he is In favor of
defrauding the people that the holders of
Bonds may be paid more than their con
tract calls for. - ," ' '
He Is pledged to the policy that makes
rich the holders of Bonds and special priv
lieges in the Eist at the expense of the
West. - He is the Eastern candidate, while
Sir. Thomas is the ; Western candidate.
pledged to and Identified with the interests
of the West. ' '
Naturalization.
A few Irishmen have been naturalized in
this city, and the Journal indignates
through one column and a halo Not by
the Constitution ; not by Law ; not by tbe
decision of the Courts of Ohio, are the Ne
groes voters In Ohio, and yet it is notori
ous that for weeks Negroes of all shades,
varying in color, from the pale mulatto to
the charcoal ' black, have been- run. into
Xehla and Greene county, and that every
one of them will be voted by the Republi
cans to-day, and yet f,be Journal has not
one word to say ig reprobation. With tbe
Journal i to all. wrong for an Irishman to
be naturalized, If he . shall vote the Demo
cratic Ticket; but it is all right for Negroes
to vote the Republican Ticket, In violation
of tbe Constitution and the Law. i .
But, then, the Journal holds to the opln
ion,, and Is proud of that opinion, that. Ne
groes are better than Irishmen and the gen
erality pf Germans. , r - fin 1 if-: i.'C)
"Who Are Democrats."
The editor of the Indianapolis Journal
asks i'j'l Who are Democrats t We can
tell bim who are not, and then leave him to
judge.'. The . treasury ' thieves who have
stolen millions from the ' people, and the
shoddy contractors who robbed the Gov
ernment by wholesale,' are not Democrats;
neither are the Southern carpet-baggers
and Freedmen Bureau agents, who are paid
enormous salaries to keep the South in
state of turmoil and chaos; neither are the
leeches and bondholders who insist on pa.
per tor the people.and gold for the bonded
aristocracy, and that labor.8hall pay .all
taxes, while capital absorbs all the profits.
Shall Negroes Control the
Election.
negroes have po right to vote in this
State. That is clear aud undeniable, and yet
the Republicans will In several places to-
dy vote negroes as black as black can be
against white men. They will do it in
Xenia, and throughout Greene county.
They will do it In Oberlin and in several
other places where the Republicans have
absolute sway. Shall this vote be allowed
to decide the election in this District and
in the State against white men? It may be
said to be a contest between White men
and fegroes. ', Which shall triumph.
Every Man who to-day Votes the
Republican Ticket,
Whether he so designs it or not, votes for
policy which enables the Bondholders
and the holders of special privileges in the
East, which makes them rich and the West
poor, with the aid ot tbe Negroes South to
make laws for the government of the West.
As a Western man, who is proud ot the
West, and would have it grow in prosperity,
wealth and power, how can you indorse
such a policy by voting the Republican
Ticket?
The Issue in Brief.
If tbn Republican party shall triumph
to-day, it wi 1 be equivalent to the declar
ation, that the New Englanders, who have
grown rich at the expense of the West,
through Congressional special legislation
'lr theii benefit, shall, with the aid of the
Niigroes, make hewers of wood and
drawers of water out of the West.
. Assert your manhood as a Western man,
and vote the Democratic ticket to-day.'-''1
Feel Sure of Defeat.
in this city feel that they
will be defeated in the State to-day, and
there are many of them who will not sor
row over sucb-a result.- They know that
a change of parties will benefit; the coun
try; but yet they have not the courage to
vote the Democratic Ticket. . . 1 I
Put in Whole Day at the Polls.
- From morning to night devote the whole
of to-day, fellow Democrats, to the getting
out of the vhole vote that will vote the
Democratic Ticket. - Don't let one stay at
home to-day, and work to secure asf many
votes as possible from the Republiean
side. 000 o7"
Democratic Success
Will cement and consolidate tbe Union, rt'
store perfect peace aud give healthy pros.
perlty to tbe country. Work,fellow Demo
crats, for success. Leave no honorable effort
unemployed to secure it. ' . . - ' .
This Counts.
A Special from Titusville, Pa, to the
Neva York. World, under date of the 9th
says: , .A
"Seven hundred Republicans -of .- this
place have renounced Radicalism and all
its sins, and are now fizhtlag under tbe
Seymour and Blair banner." r
Democrats Confident.
; The Democrats of this city feel confident
that victory will reward Democratic effort
to-day. .... ' .,' ". . . "
Good News from Ashland.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
ASHLAND, Oct. 9.
: Editors statesman: Ashland county
expects to do her duty next Tuesday. We
claim a largely decreased majority ovei
last fall. Three men heretofore promlnen
in the opposition have left them and come
out tor the Democrrcy.
Dr. D. S. Sampsel, two years ago '. thi
most effective , of the Radical speakers in
tbe county, is now making eloquent and
telling speeches . for , the Democracy
throughout this Congressional district
William S. Spencer, Esq., a lawyer, a sol
uier throughout the war and always here.
tofore a Republican, is now stumping th
county for Seymour and Blair. '
Dr. Samuel Glass, Republican member of
the State Senate in the yeart 1861-2, and al
ways heretofore-identified with tbe Radi
cals, is, making . stirring ana eflecuvt
speeches almost nightly, and calling npon
his Republican friends to come out and
save themselves and their country from
impending rain by voting the Democratic
ticket and hurling the thieves and incom
petents from power. ' : . - , ,8 .
Look out for a good report from Asbland
county. ; ''tt ' V" -
Votf tbe Republican ' tloket, and you
vote to exempt the bondholder from taxa
i'i..a.
tion.
Letter from Newcomerstown.
[Correspondence to the Ohio Statesman.]
NEWCOMERSTOWN, Saturday night,
11 P. M., Oct. 10. 1868.
Editors Ohio Statesman -VThis has beau
a glorious day for the Democracy here.
yfe have just bad, one ot the largest, and
most enthusiastic meetings ever held lp
this vicinity. ; We had a fine torchlight
procession, and two fine' brass- bands, ope
from Port Washington and our own band
here, which added very much to the inter
est of the meeting, by the fine music they
rendered. Out fellow citizen, Colonel Nu
gent, is entitled to much credit for the in
terest he took in making 'our meeting a
complete success.-",-:;
.Alter the meeting was called to order,
the President introduced Colonel J. C.
Groom, of Columbus, who delivered one of
the most eloquent and forcible speeches it
has ever been the pleasure ot our people to
listen to. Although tbe meeting was hel1
In the open air, be held the vast crowd for
o er two hours so delighted that they bard
ly knew he bad been speaking an hour. It
was a speech of which he may well feel
proud. Even the Republicans acknowl
edged it was one of the very best they
have heard during the campaign. It has
awakened a deep Interest among the peo
pie. ; Its effect will be felt in an Increased
Democratic majority here. : He closed his
speech by proposing three cheers for the
success of the Democratic ticket, which
was responded to with a will. '' - 1
, Be assured we will give a good account
S.
of Hon. John
Adams at Greensboro. North
Carolina.
GREENSBORO, N. C., Oct. 8.
; John Qulncy 'Adams, of Massachusetts,
passed through here yesterday, on his way
io oouia.arouna-'.-i :-.. . t . u .1 .-.
' He was met at the depot . by citizens of
both races, en masse- After music by the.
band,' a speech was solicited, and Mr.
Adams addressed the assemblage from tbe
portico of tbe Edwards . House. - He was
introduced to tbs crowd by Col. J. J. Scales.
'He expressed bis warmest thanks for the
demonstration, and said be was surprised
at being met by so many persons, as be had
thought his visit to tbe South was not an
ticipated here. - He came South only to say
one word to the people. That word was
kindness, conciliation and fraternal affec
tion. He was no politician, out was a firm
supporter ol the Constitution, and as such
be should vote for Seymour and Blair.
He came in a spirit of fraternal kindness
to all classes of citizens. . The color of the
skin maJe no difference to him, and it never
had. It was charged at the North that the
.Democratic party of the South desired to
re-enslave the negro.. If he believed that
so atrocious an outrage were contemplat
ed he would turn his back upon the South,
go home, and take the other side. , The
North would never permit it. Unanimous,
cries, "Nor the South either!" He branded
it as a lie; an atrocious lie. He bad learned
more of tbe Southern people, . and their
feelings and sentiments, during tbe last
few days than he could have learned in
Massachusetts In a lite time. He was as
tonished at the condition of tbe Southern
'' people, and .their wasted and neglected
. fields. If the North could see it as he bad
done, all our trials would be at an end. He
was pleased to know that amicable rela
tions existed between the whites and
blacks, and that no animosity existed
among the whites. He spoke for the en
couragement of all, and expressed his
strong conviction that the constitutional
party, beaded by Seymour and Blair,
would triumph. He retired amid shouts
of applause..--. .;- 1 s -..-
Still They Come.
The; Hon. Joseph Means, who presided at
the Pendleton meeting tn Steubenvllle, on
last Friday, has been acting with the Re
publican party since 1861; was elected to
the Legislature from Jefferson county by
the Republicans, and was President of the
Republican Congressional Convention at Wells-
Ohio Patriot.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Wagner's Dining Hall We will to
day serve up Oyster Soup at 25 cents per
dish; Beef Soup at 20 cents per dish ; Hot
Meals 50 cents; Cold Meals 23 cents. There
will positively be no liquors, wine, ale,
beer or cider sold at my place. during the
C. A. WAGNER.
oct!3-dlt'' 7 ;. '. ,' ; .
. The largest stock of goods ever brought
to this city, consisting of French, English,
Scotch and Italian Cloths and Casslmeres,
for suits." Beavers and Chinchillas tor
Overcoats, etc, etc, can be found at
. ; " . Jos. Gundbrsheimbr's, t
; octl3-dl0t ' , . No. 7 NeU House1.
." For Sale House and ' lot, corner Of
Franklin and Washington Avenue. . Most
desirable property; will be sold at a bargain
Enquire of J. W. Moore, No. 43 West North
street. :"' ' ' , ''. ' ' , " V .
oct 13-dtf
For Gents' Furnishing Goods, the finest
in the city, such, as Neck Ties, Gloves,
Socks, Under Shirts and Drawers, go to .
, -t ,, ,. . JOS, GUNDERSHEIMER'S,
'
oct!3-dl0t. . ,; ' No. 7 Nell House.
Often luck,' but generally providence
will help us to discover something that was
considered heretofore Impossible to achieve
by careful study or experiments. But "Dr.
Johnston's Specific" Is the result of years of
study and experiments guided by the Al
mighty Providence, which has led the Dr.
to discover those plants ot the vegetable
kingdom that will destroy the appetite for
liquor once and for all. ;
j . sept-dt&sfc wlt .,
1 '"Now Ready. Beaver Suits and French
Walking Coats in Blue, Black, brown and
Dalhla, got up in Custom style, at,' 1 '
. ' .' ' '' '' Gundershfimer's, ,
::
; octl3-dl0t ;: No. 7 Nell House.
i OysterS Oysters Oysters.
Go to Buckley's '(the live Oysteman) " '
16 E. Broadway, to buy Spencer, Angnr &
Cd.'s Chesapeake Bay oysters.
. aug5-dtonov28 ' ' 1 - " 1
. If you wish to save ten dollars in a Suit
leave your, measure at
., ..Jos. Gundersheimer's, .
octl3-dl0t - , No. 7 Nell House.
. First Premium Millinery. Simmons',
Opera Block, Invites tbe ladies to call to-day
and see "jthe. bonnets, hats, Ac, that took
the first premium at the Fair. Exhibition
free....;, , , , j .... . , .octl0-eod3t
" Chinchilla and Beaver Overcoats, Frotk
and Sack, Custom made, at j
' Jos. Gundersheimer's,
octl3-dl0t No. 7 Neil House.
-t. . . ' 1 '. .
. Gloss & Wilfer'b Restaurant open day
and night! i ; ' , . , : , rOct7-dtf
! Boys' and Youth's , Suits, from 4 to IS
of age', in the latest styles, at
Jos; GundersheimerV,
1 . .No. 7 NeU House.
,'octl3dl0t ,
Simmons', Opera Block, as e vei'y' lady
expected, took' the first premium at the
Fair' for 'millinery goods, and the fair are
invited to call and see them.
OCtlO-eod3t :.: '
Hollow ay's Ointment. The reopening
of old wounds is a source of great suffer.
ing to thousands.' Some wounds, on the
other hand, are never perfectly closed. . In
either case, whether the wound has degen
erated into, a slow sore, or, after, having
been apparently healed ; has violently
broken out afresh, Holloway's Ointment,
applied as a dressing, will eventually le
move every particle of inflammation, fill
the orifice with sound flesh and perma
nently prevent an further pain or trouble
from the part Sold by all Druggists."' ,;
iy9-dly-cw iayiv:
"AKSiKirTd Taaf Teeth, na a very com
mon expression,; but we 'think armed
to embellish and preserve them to a ripe
old age to decidedly more beneficial and
approprlate-tbls can -only be done by
keeping yourself always supplied with a
bottle of that renowned and InrpvrlBhabte f
delight of every lady's or gentleman's
tolled the fragrant Sdzodont w ( ) J
.Always ready for use, J$paldlpg' Glue.!'
: VNY-junel5 eod6mcw " ' ;
Meals at all hoars, at Gloss and 'Wilper's
, oct7-dtf i . - v- v
M O
: Nervous Debility, with Its gloomy at
tendants, low spirits, depression, involun
tary emissions, loss of semen, spermator
rhoea, loss pf power, dizzy head, loss ol
memory and threatened Impotence and
imbecility, find a sovereign cure In Hum
phreys' Homeopathic Specific Np.'Tweu-ty-Eight.'.
Composed of the mo6t.valuable,
mild and potent Curatives, they strike at
once at tbe root ot the matter, tone up tbe
system, arrest the discharges, and impart
vigor and energy, life and vitality to the
entire man. They have cured thousands
of cases. " Price $5 per package of six box
es and vial, which is very important in ob
stinate or old casea, or $1 per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by mail on
receipt of price. ' Address Humphreys'
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co, 562
Broadway, New York. yl3-deod&wly
Jkleff & DeButts, Locksmiths . and
bell hungers, at No. 141 North High street,
are now prepared to hang parlor and hotel
bells In the neatest and latest style. Sew
ing machines repaired and satisfaction
guaranteed. Models built for patentees,
and all kinds ot light machinery made and
repaired, is Keys ol ail description . always
on band, and sate and jail locks-made and
repaired.''' ' ..sto.'I i.v may23-a-ly
DIED.
WETM0RE At the residesoe of his son, James
M. Wetmore. near WortbiDeton. Satarda eren-
ing. Oet. loth, after a brief iltn ws. in the 86th year
ot dm aga, ir. vhas. a, yv kthorb. . , . ,
The funeral will take plaoe from the rasidenee of
hi. ion, Chas. J. Wetmore, No. 393 East Broadway,
Tueedar, at 2 o'clock P. M. ".- -'--
Mew Advertisements
tW' The '-Ohio -Statesamaa ' has a
Larger Clrcalatioa thaa any pa
per pnbllshed ta this City or Cen
tral Ohio.- Advertisers will hear
this In mind.' ' - - -.1.
aiASOBTIO., I ;
A8TATED MEKl'INO OF COLUMBUS
THW (Tneadaj) EVtNING, Ootober 13th. at T
OOIOOK.. ,; ;-, ; ... -- .., -y y, ,j, U. J. liUA.
ootll , Secretary.
PROCLAMATION !
IN PURSUANCE OF THB STATUTE OV OHIO
A in each oases made and provided, it u hereby
ordained that all pi ice. wherein spirituous, malt or
vinous liquors axe sold, shall be closed on , ,
Tuesday next, the 13th day of Oct
., , A. . 1868,
it beintt a day of election in Ohio." ' ''
Anditia hereby made the duty of the Marshal
and Police Officers in their respective jurisdiction,
within the eity of Columbus, to close all ostabli.h
ments wherein intoxieatiog drinks are .old on that
day, and bring the owner thereof before me for pun
ismenU (iiveo nndermy band ani the seal of said city,
V EsialJ thiaTthdayof Ootober, A. D. 1868. ...
JAMES U. BULL. Mayor.
Mayor's Offioe, Columbus. O. octia-dst '
Estimate of Cost of Waten
:, Works for .the City of Co-'
lumbus, Holly Sys
i .- tern. : " .
MACHIUEBT. CON8WTINQ OF THREE
Holly's Elliptical Rotary Pumps, with maxi
mum oapacity 4.000,000 cations water in twenty
four hours each, said pump havins: IS inob dis
charge; 1 double cylinder piston engine, 300 horse I
power, attached to aame crank: 1 rotary engine.
150 horse power; 1 heavy iron frame to contain all t
neoessary supports, bearings aod connections fori'
engines, pumps, shafting, gearing, bridgetree. and
pillow blocks. Also, consisting of all necessary,
shafts, gearing and all eonplingsand s notion yalye. V
needed in ooonection with saidpumps, engines and'l
maohiner In putrp House. Une uvdrost&uo ralre;
all necessary steam and water connecting pipes in
pamp-bouse; steam gusge; i Holly's patent boilers,
containing about 600 flues each; 1 double piston
boiler pump; 1 regulator and nre.suregu.se tooon
trol the pressure of water in the pipes and vary the
aame at pleasure for Are Btream. or domestio use;
all soring couplli gs and bolts; 1 hotter containing
100 flues: 1 artificial draft to enable yon to do away
with high smoke stack or exhausting into smoke
pipe; lever valves for each pump to olose aperture
between pomps in use and those not in use; 1 safety
regulator to uoiu eogiue in cuoca in cibboi acci
dent tn nine or machinery: 1 donker ensrineand all
other machinery or connections needed in connec
tion therewith in said pump-bouse. Not including
suotion pipes leading to pumping well or disobarge
pipes from pumps, or any work on building, or shoit
smoke stack, or support for taid pumps, engines.
boners or maomnery
Complete at Manufacturing '
Cn.' works S48.000 00
Transports and setting samo 4,000 60 (53,000 00
" COST OF BUILDING.
Foundation for build ng 115 "'" '
perch, CS $670 00
Foundation for machinery ,16S '
perch, S 836 00
Cut stone copeing for ma
chinery . '750 00
100.000 brick laid in wall, til l.K'O 00
3,000 feet flooring S40 130 OO
10 win lows, 3x10 feet. fi7 ' 370 00
S double doors, 8x10 test, (30. . . SO 00
1 single door, 3x8 feet ' ' 13 00
5.0M feet timber and rafters, .
$21.... 105 00
S.ooo feet roof boards. (20..... ,v 8O0O .
Roofing ; r ,. 300 00
Caps, sills and water table R50 OO
Carpenter work and other' ,
items te complete same 1,500 00'
ITnnnHalinn tnr hnilerfl. 73
peroh. 8 ; ., 438 00 . $6,T"9 00
COdT OF WELL WITH FILTER AND INLET
Excavation 3,456 yards. 5o.,, ! 864 00
500 neroh stone. 6 3,000 00
4,000 feet timber, $J1..
84 oo
Carpenter work
Excavation for inlet pipe to
- aud below : water line, 100
yards. 50o
100 feet inlet pipe(woott),8 ft.;
diam., 3
Filling around inlet pipe
Frame and fixtures at termi
300 00
l .(
100 00
300 00
60 00
nation ot said pipe .
S00 00
6,078 00
COST OF IR0H
PIPE DELIVERED
IN CO-
fi : i
LUAtBUS. . . .., .4
1 mile IS inob pipe. S3 per lin. ,
foot (15,840 00 ! :
JX miles 13 inch pipe, $1.89 - ,.. i ; .
per lin-foot S4.S48 00 "
S miles 10 inob. pipe, (1 56 per " ' .
lin. foot 16,673 9 ,-,
3 miles 8 inob pipe, W.J3 per '
lin. foot jw.-.j. .13.888' eon!
Tmiles6inohpipe.90j per lin.
foot ;..v...... ....... 33,384 00.
10 miiM 4 Inah nine. 60a ner
!' '!
lin. foot .'. $1,680 00 $135,394 40
COST OF HYDRANTS AND STOP OATES.
100 double hydrants. '(4,500 00
SO single hydrant 1.200 00
40stopgatM...t 1,400 00 ' i'
Kxtra eharees on crosses, eb.
bows. Ts. sleeves, Ao .' ' 1.000 00 " (8,100 00
COST OF TRENCHING. MAKING JOISTS.
And refilling 14X miles pipe, i ": ,
labor onl.5 per rod (43,120 00
Carting ana aistri outing aua
pipe along trenches
80 tons lead. $150....
Oakum, fuel, Ac
Setting 130 hydrants, includ
ing freight and cartage.....
6.ttTn.m aloe, ffatee. includ
600 00
13,000 00
'.. 150 00
1.040 00
ing fi eight and cartage. ..... ' 820 00 $57,130 00
RECAPITULATION.' '
Mao'lnory and paapr with i ' j ::
oonneotiom oomplato... fw.ono 00 :4 ...
Builiing.... v....; - "'
Filter and inlet pipe ,.. 6,078 H . ,
Distributing pipe 135,394 40
Trenohing. laymxpipe. Ae... HJMM . !
Hydrants, atop gate., extra
eharge. on angle, in pipe. Ac 8,100 00
Add 0 per cent, for contingen
cies :. 36 647 44 (391,011 8
Colombo, with present poculation, will con
sume about S.000.000 gallons water per day for cnl
inary and all domestic purposes, requiring about
75 horse poaer to .lo the pumping, using from 4 1
5 pounds best bituminous ooai to a horse po verpei
nonr nenoe.a maximum capacity oi ..uuo.wo gal
Ions per day will at all times give an adequate sup
ply or water ior are purpose, a x or more power
ful fire streams on be turonn at on uiue by at
teching nose to hydrants. .
ootl3-dlt WM. C-WEIR.".:
CHALO.11'9' "PAPHIAN L.O'1'lONn '"'
for Beautifying the 8 KIN and C0MFLEXI0
Removes all ERUPTIONS. FRECKLES, P1M
PLE8 MOTH BLOTCHES, TAN, etc.,
. and Tenders THB SKIN SOFT, FAIK .-
and BLOOMING.
Foi LADIES in the NURSERY it is invaluable
For GENTLBMRN after SHAYING it baa bo
eqnaL "PAPHIAN LOTION" U the only reli
able remedy for . diseases and b.emi&hes of the
SKIN. - - -
VMY-ayxJ-oedly : -r ... . ; r;
a.-,i non DE MATO. !"! ''" -"b
"FLOS DE HATO." . ! io u .
A NEW PERFUME lor the HAN DKEECHIKI
EXaUI8ITB , DELICATE, Lasting FBAGBANC1
PHAL0N & SON, K.T. Bold by all Drnggistj
vnT-my23-eolly - ;: i' i: J.' w r.
PHALON'S "PAPHIAN SOAP" tor the T0ILE?
-t' NURSERY, and BATH, -will hot chap th
y . SKIN; ; Pries H cent perjosio, ,s Jltr.
VMT-mj33-eodly
PRYGoopajr IT
NEWj&OLOiQSi!
NEW GOODS!
. a vA
GREAT EXCITEMENT
3 IT .
A.C.HEADLEY&CO.'S
JUST
A'URGE-STOCKrCf
I J : jl .1.
-; if
DRESS GOODS !
. 'I-
Plain and Striped Silks,
Velours, Changeable Serges, T .
Poplins, Cbene Empress Cloths,
Poplin Plaids, for Children's Wear.
i I
NEW CLOAKiriCS I
IN
Lyons Velvets, KLCi
Seal Skins, : ?
Astricans, .--
- ' Mohairs, 8co
' ' '
-. : ' ''; "L 'v . - ::
: -!: ' . - T ' . ' ': i : !' . i
. . .: . '.: i ' - I
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
TRIMMINGS,
Or Every - Style - and Variety
..;a
NEW
SHAWLS!
Paisley, f
- ," Broche,
.Wool,:
.1
Lngrand-"-"
-.; Square.
CHILDREN'S
SHwA.VTJL.8
EMU BOXDEBI ,
!.- - '!!- -i sv:.'i. el ' a ro
A lull line of
ALEXANDRE'S KID GLOVES !
HOSIERY AND - CLOVES 1
DOMESTIC GOODS
In great Quantity.
- ! i ;a i : y
' 250: AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
l.:i'f -
febT-eodly
& ARIUSEME2iTS.
Lcsssa aud Makagkk. .MB. J. W. LA5EEGAN.
Tho above popular place of amusement wffl open
FOR A SHORT SEASON
Large and .Talentfd Companj,
MONDAY EVENING. OCT. Mra. lata.
..- -.-I il i Ml P.ll . -?, fi H t
ar ?.r,ie,,1r l" PnTmmr. " n. r.r O
7,7. " ua xi eents. jyoors open a
7- ""mmence at 8 o'clock.
SPECIAI. NOTICES.
. The Condition ofXhaasaads.
No appetite: no rrfnuvi..-.!
, - - ump;. no.cawnu
tnonffhtf:, nn . .1 .... ....
, " . ' fv"iura to ia Dor; no inclination
for society; no interest in asything; no desire to
live, even; and yet no sneeiSn .iin... v.v v .
elaraed ai a positive disease. Thousands. t ii
of thonrand. are in this eondition the martyrs of
u.mii w wuion patnoiogy assign no technical
name. -
What is the sonroe of tbeir discomfort. n,.f.i
and bodl'y T TonrOB op the stomach ; and coa
sequent upon that, languor of th circulation,
W" of th ntrtet, and a " clouded brain.
What doe common sense suggest as a remedy for
this defioienev in .vital TVi.nr t Claarlv . vwt-
taliiino medicine something that wilt stimu
late, tone ana sustain tne broken-down energies of
nature. HOSTKTTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
meet tbe ease exactly.' In this benifieent TomO
are combined all the ingredients neoessary to change
the condition of th smtani. anil hrinr th dnm.nt
organs into healthful action. In tbe fall of the
year.wnen tne ntgbt dews are eill and heavy, and
the morning fora are ehaiwiwl with nkiiM I)..
body, debilitated- by the heats of rammer; is pecu
liarly susceptible to unwholesome influences. At
thi season, of all other, therefore, 4v gorai on it
required, both a a safe-guard against fever and
ague anu otner maianou disorders, and a a prepa
ration for the searching cold of winter.. Dyspepsia,
bilious oomplaints, nervous disorder, and distress
ing affections of th bowels, are always more or less
prevalent m ucmoer and ovember. and. xh sure-1
and safest means of averting them Is a bouts of
thi pares, mildest and most eiSeaoioas of all ton
ics ana alteratives, v sa -.. t
maySSdeodAwly-cw-B -
VECETASLESICIUANI
hair:
RENEWER.
Is the best artiole ever-known r. A a i y
: RE8TOBE RAT JBAIB,.1
TO ITS ORIGINAL YOUTHFUL COLOK. 'j
It will prevent the Hair from falling out.. t w
Make the Hair smooth and glossy, and does sot
stain the skin as others I
OUR TBE ATISE ON. THB HAIKr r$
B. P. HALL A C0- Nashua. N. IL, Proprietors
For sale by all Drucgists. 5 1 : -4 , r
juy35dltawAly-env.i-i "s ..i
Oristadoro's-- HalarrDy e:
f-'v01d Father Time taxes many a year-1- i I
To turn to white dark colored hair : " "
Butinuntly the EXCELSIOR DTK'
Brinr. back the tint that char ji the eye; x d
-' - And Nature own. that cunning Art
Can her own living hue impart.?'!"?.
Cristadoro's Hair Preservative.
Oh, how beautifully glossj your hair lotk of late,
Maria. Yes. Julia, since, I have used Cristadoro's
Hair Preservative and Beautifier, my hair has in!
proved Wonderfully, and stopped falling out altai
gether. t.; r,"
Sold by Druggists, and applied by all Hair Dress
ers. Manufactory No. 88 Maiden lane, : Principal
Depot No, 6 Astor House.
WNT-j ulS-d A w!y-om
-.ii .ituii'-i i.3-.-i..!Vi
iraillENSE INCREASE or SALES.
111..
I 1 tU.
" Allcock's, Porous Piasters.
Where one was said a few years asja
a thsnsand are sold new..
They strengthen, warm and invigorate "the part
upon whioh they are applied, and relieve servos
affeotions of the bowel, lumbago. -pains of the
aide, and usually all local pains. In affection of
the kidney they are of great service. '
' 1 1 ,"J
Lase Baelc.
Nbw Yobjc, Nov. 33. I860.
. T. A LLC OCX A Co.Gmtllmnon s I lately ruffered
severely from ' s weakness in my back. 1 Having
beard your Blaster -much. Mcommeaded for
of this kind, X procured one, and the result was all
I eould desire. - A single Plaster cured me in a
ek. V .. -
i- Yours respectfully, - ' J. G. BB1GGS.1 i
Proprietor of the Brandreth Honse. ''
Prinoipal Agency, Brandreth House New York;
Sold by all Druggists.
FeNT-juls-d&wly-em.' T( .' :
To Owners of Horses." Y,
Thousands of horses die yearly from Colic Th -need
hot be. Dr. Tobias' Venetian Pone Lini
ment, in pint bottles, price one dollar, will poei-'
tively cure every case, if given according to the di
rections, when first taken. It is warranted superi
or to anything else for Cuts. Galls. Sprains. Oil
Sores. Swelling and Sore Throat. It is no new
remedy, but of 31 years' standing, and approved
by the first hoi semen in the country. Col. Philo
P. Bosh, of the Jerome Park Course, ha used t
for years, and recommends it to his friends. Or
ders are constantly received for it from the Racing
Stables in England. It ha stood the test of time;
no one bas ever tried ft but continues its use. Beo
olleet to get Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
in pint bottles, and take' no other. Sold by the
Druggists and Storekeepers throughout the United
States. Depot 10 Park Plaoe, New York. '.-'
rexr-juie-dAwly-em .'-' ' ' fe
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, sesr
iigh street. Colnmbns, Ohio, has devoted himself
it a series of years to the treatment of certain pri.
rte diseases. .He may bseensultedat hi onto-'
Broad waj. near the Uxohang Bank .
may31-tf t ...-- .
MANHOOD AND THE VIGOR OF
VOU'l'H restored in fonr weeks.' Success
guaranteed. DR. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE
restores mahly powers, from whatever cause ari
sing; tbe effect, of earl, pernicious habits, self
abuse, impotency and climate, give away at once to'
this wonderful medicine, if taken regularly accord-,
in to the directions (which are very simple and re-,
qnire no restraint from bnsioess or pleasure ) Fail
ure is impossible. Sold in bottles at $3. or font
quantities in one for $9. To be had only of the sole
appointed agent in America, H. GgBirUN. SOS
Second Ave., New York. - - - - - " -
vT-iy37-dlyr . -1 .---
UANHOOD.n-Anothtr Jfew Xt&ieal
Ivi Pamphlet from th pen of Da. Cprtis.
The"Medioal limes" says of this work:- Thi
valuable treatise on the cause and enre of prema
ture decline, shows how health is impaired tnrougbt
seoret abuses of yonth and manhood, and how,
easily regained - It aives a dear synopsis of the
impediments to marriage, the oanse and effects of
nervous debilit, and the remedies therefor." -A
pocket edition of the above will be forwarded
receipt of 15 cent., by addressing Doctor Cvsna,
No. 58 North Charles street, Baltimore, Md. , I
cpa mayS5-dly-r. -. -
Palmsb's Lotiok Tbc Gbbat Medicikb row
THB Pun. cures without fail every . kind cf un
sightly eruption ef the face, or itching, or irritating
or distressing cutaneous disease, on anr part ol the
person. '! '- 1 : 1 , . ',''.',
cpt31-dAwly-onr 'j ' ' ' ' ..
BATCH E IVOR'S HAIR D1TE. - This
aplendid Hair D.e is the best ia the world ;
the only true and perfeot Dye ; harmless, reliable
instantaneous ; no disappointment ; no ridiculous
tints ; remedies the ill efiects of bad dyes : invig
nniai anH lni tbe Hair soft and beantifnL UaiM
or brown. 8ol4 by all Drnggiata and Perfumer I
ana propenv eppnea at. naioneior n lg factory
No. 16 Bond street. N. York. TNT aprSS dAwlv :
Mew Advertisements
NATIONALff RDfe COr
0P THB CTfT'OF HV TOBS. -, ,
' No. 33(1 Broadway. "
Capital, -V One MilUon Dollars..
CHARTERED BY THE STATE. '
DabidsR. Maboax Pres't. jAS.MgBBrLt. Seo
Receive Deposits and allows FOCB PERCENT.
INTEREST on all DaUy Balanoes,subieottoeheck
at sight. Special Deposit for Six months or snore, .
may be made at five per sent. Th Capital of One'
Million Dollars is divided among over 600 Share-
holders, comprising many gentlemen of large wealth
and financial experience, who are alio personally j
liable to depositors for all obligation of th Com
pany to double tbe amount of their capital stock.
As the National Trust Company receives deposits
in large or small amounts, aod permits them to be
irawn as a whole or in p rt by eheok at eight and
without notice, allowing interest on all daily balan
ces, parties throughout the country can keep ae- '
eounu in this Ins itution with special advantage
of seenrity, convenience and profit, v.
rBNT-jnlt-dw6m - ' ... M "i i.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,1
rHK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXTST
.In5 vtw?nwth. n'?n'W"a. snder the firm ,
beenriisaolved by mutual eonsent. " -
: pnnim uiiigDm to saia nrm will plesfe sail
and settle atonee with Charles Kampmann. who ii
tumnnxea jo oollect outsUnding claims, and all
persons having olaims against the (aid firm will alan
olease present theni for payment to said Charles
Columbus. September 11. lsoav . - ool5-i

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