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COLUMBUS, OHIO, THURSDAY MOUNINGj OCTOBER 15, 1868. 1
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I AJI!I 42 BULL. 1
aiiumii-i i-n w a notary roblia.
'OSeeto Farann'a BuUdin.
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ATTOKMS r-AT-LAW- A If eta jt PobMe,
... i Office 1S1 Hoalh Huh street
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AtJGTION- AND COMIHSSION
aj. BIM.I 'o-' - ""' -
a(wJa,1Jktiuof .ajid Portia, v .j :(
Ko. .7 W eat Broad (treat.
J , - Barbae and -Hair Brewer. , Hat end Cold
Batha. Basement Poetoffioe Buildin. . . - -i
j'l'iHtiH.I ic. a.H.L,tii(
a-r cook isinaara Dlanx
Friutera aud BublUhera. .
j.'BOOTS & SHOESi l
9P varaa.V.a ftS . t .-.
leeant aaaortmant. Jew itylea. lowprioea. W
aliaa ylaeaa aaaif a .,tii.;flcj'n;
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AV-F ' 1b the aotod house' for rood Boots aad Shoes
atw jeioea. - Jtetrfeeoek jastreiTed- ' '
v -1 i .iT ...ta j - T fcealh H nth tree. '
TOBII80N Ac fco.L '
XV Dealers An firtaworgfe im1 Ohio Coal. Also J
fink.. IW. VtU L.J - 1J; ' i wm
. -t . tio.l Matth BUh street.
OQMMliON; JJERC HANTS.
rf . '-ruck Ac' son,' 1 d"J" " 1 J" ' '."
AA- Qommi,"?jon Forwardioc ud Produce Mes-hants,deaienin-UrahFloart!e.e
treet,.,ii ,..-,(..,,,;( ri-j i,, !,,) ; ,n ,i'l
DK.si7liEstkACtt4. ..rn '
e MatMfaotttrers and Dealers til Irene 1. Oer
aaanasd AjneuoaCoraet (Also. Hoop nkirtsr
- t' r,-.n -r r Upra House, i
-ii- U CROCKERY, -&c - -
WM. ft ELTON, ;i ,.. ' T e,f
Wholaaala and, Retail Dealer in China,
Qneeaaware, tjlsss. Plated Uoods, Lamps and Lamp
iixtwsav, - .-a ...., 46 Nerih High street.
Importer and Wholesale and Retail Deaei
La Crockery, Chinas Ulaes, Cutlery, Plated ttoods.
US South Hish street. -
"II". ' 1 Broavdairaet.;
We4aato betheiss.. r' '
GW 4J(r DENTIST. -The bent styles
e of Dentistry, including Dunn's lmproyeu
Mineral Plate.; Oflioe. 10 and 11 Opera Bloc. ;
DRY GOODS. Vi l, ;
CEBERLK Ac CO.,
e "Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions. Cirvetl., Oi
Clothe, AJaUingn, rihade. Uata. "Caps and Furs,
oraar Hignaod frieaa atreete.- i-- -
3D. amaoMnl 4k'. 0., a ; :
..7 ''S.3"?- ' J;tIIHignitP8t.'
Carpet, Mattings, Oil Clotha.CurUins. SU la ano
Fanoy Dry Goods. nio-ytti,:
.a.c w..u.rav... . . . . ....... a
e " noiesaie and Ketail Dealers ia Staple aad
Fanoy' pry Goodfl ..and. aiuuiaeturen icifTadieaY
. Cloaks.--' V - -' 123S.iiigh,sireeu.,
THICHTH 8T.BHY GOODS STOIie,"r
. JO fi Krmm A Co.. cash dealetsinDry Goodsand
AotlJM,' tat Mouth Fourth street. ... . . ...
JAftlKS NACVH a ON, V ' v ' ', TT
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
JSfif1?11 kn-Voa. 118 aad S8. bootboHigl.
KavN a ON Ac t . IN ,
a .J.!-8tDl ' FhhoyDry Good and
Uentat A armanim Goods, No. S eil Bouse .,
veaten u etapieaBd Fancy Dry Good " .?'
:. '. : ' fto.afk)nth riigh street J
Awj. uiAiii.tii at jo.j, i h,.- ...
. e .'Joreiru and Domestio Dry Goods,-Cloth.
t are. etc, jsa A g5TSuutb. High street. .-.,.
AT . ik.i at. L1 .ai u li f-ita-,i9 ar.' m - J T
Drntitataad ApoUieoarr. . r r u t-s-
em-v dunn n. AU n sai n. 1 . -.--a;.-J- - i
; K North High street.'
BrwcnilSV.l, "V. .-.
WUW14SALE KEf AIL DRUGGISTS.
' 11U. tain...!. 1J . .. I. W . 1 .. . i
i - KWi"mleJ'nJ Keil IrnilBU. And Dealer
l n Proprietary Mediune.
4 North High street. ,
KlVMikSi 4c AlwoKjb:, 'T; s ;. , j t - .
Designers, hngrarera and PubUshers, Not
rial an tither seals, owared to order, .7 . , . .
Noa.lU7andlogrionth High street.
I ItHM 4c AlWOKJb:, 3 ; T
COLUMttUS CAAISTJ., . . t .
Manulaoturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in Famturei Cnairs, atattraases, etc.
T Aov UOl rjoatA hwk CM.- (opera House). '
t M.nuiKAt.nrarji oi fivaxelaas Fursitnra. Whole
sale and.otaii, W eroroounv . I and 8 Gwnne
WIUPI. . . '
house v furnishing;
1, It. AUMSlllOXU AUOj, n .
Hj Dealer, iu Mantlee, Stores and Hons Knr
Biabing Guooa. Alao, Xui, Copper sod Sheet Iron
Ware. ,: . .j -. 17 t.ait Town trecl.
Hons Furnishing Goads. Mantlee. Grates,
Copper. Tin and Sheet Iron. Stove and MaoUe.
. aim aouth High street.-
A STUN 1AKLOH As HCfr, - - '
Dealers in Hardware, tioos Furmshing Goods.
Marble and late Mautlea, Grate. Sh,Tes. Hot Air
Furnace. Ao. i -i- -: Jorth High sueet.-r
Aid AiftOUl loimw"! w - "Zr.-n k
"T". j A rlaa Up In Kaafl B 7.krvALava
171"- uta MoBiii HLTh ItrtcL
HOWE SEWING l;. MACHINE.!
Dealer in Mimical Merchanrtise, Bool. Sta
tionarjr and Fancy Ooads tenerallT. Special Axent
for tbeeelebraled Kliaa Howe Wold Medal Sawing
Uaohine..' ' y. - - No. 8 South BilO (treei.
!:,,,,::wHATS;&CAPS,; -,,,1 ,,,
MRSl 1. K.'alItP4- " Mil j-'lfvioviii
(baoeeosor to B. Leaf J Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Vara ana HtrawUoothi pa iioath Bisa utreet '
. . (Sian tloMen.Hat)
vLl .. Opposite Depot.. ..
I - - ! '!: J. H. DAVIDSdW.
Kii'fcu s-r'fes Horel., "
or men ana i own (treeta. '..
' E. J. BL0U5T. Proprietor..
Z Corner tfrourta A' Friend-sta.' Cemmodioias!
hoase ana extensive stables. . . , ..
I v.::nu-j l-.v.H viJ. A. BOWERS. Pranrietor. '1
mruiiiTi UATETI.. ' ' ' ...1.
mii noutn mgD streaw ueoa subline attacn-
premisoe. ' ' ' ' ...... i
W P. THATCHER, Proprietor.
CONNECTICUT IIIOTUAIj LIFE
. lannM GomMnv. Jmiii staon oaa..
TF WU 1AM1WAV. A - . . .! l . A
s... ii a. afiiDV.Hnii.vililUinU
IV UEN tBAb AUENl'S Seonrity Life Insarai
Ho. Opera Hoaue.
HOME 1 BUS UK AN CIS COHIPA1V -OF
... VoiiiBbm. O.'-' apitai and Assets, 488Jn4.T7.
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10 MTLLTNERY- .GOODS. ,:u m
r., w,MJiiUMii,i..: i .. , ..-r . ...t v
V ' Wholesale and Retail M Hlinerr Goods. ' '
I ..m 8. fiifh street, Opera, Uonsa bloekyf I
awocs. oaJw-thiliaaatmeW. i:-.;.wn i.n
Dealer in Millinery. Dress anil ClmOr Trim.
nss adFaau)y.Ooeds.. l3Seeith Hih street.-
OHLLE lS Bft : L . . .
Dealers in Uenta' Fnr.
.IV .. ,: .. J ; ,j;o
No. 5S North High street, -
W. IW1I DRR.
Ve Merohant Tailor and Dealer in 'GenW' Fi-T
laninc uooaa. auo went lor tne Uiamnnd ISbirU.
181 South Hixb street.
T'lIK'OtllO nCBCH ANT TII.nH l!V3
A.A;Ci,0THiO JO.. 185 rJi- HiabsaJ-Senas'.;
anus made to order. Ready-made lilothinc ah- ,
J Merohant Tailor and Dealer in Clothinz and
o. 61 North High street.
J OHM HUNTER,
.; MKBCHANT TAlf.Oft' m RA,tK mr.a wr
Choice stock of Clothina constantly on hand-
..: ITEWS.DEALERSv'w. ! " ln
IMKIII 4t HULL', ' --'
M I . i i. . . . ... .
. yoaiers.. DooKseiiers ana stationers. -
X?r News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer. and Bind-,.
rV rublioeciens-in both Oerman and Enciish.
If t , . . 331'SouthHiahaWeet. 1f.
PAPERWAREHOUSES. 1 "!
AHDKEWS, PKBHTACII, .-
-i Manufacturers and Dealers fn Writfin? 'r5nt
io and Wrapping Papers. S3 s K Korth High at. , :
t tins-Ac mvEus. r, r .. r,
' Dealers in Printins;. Boo'k.'Wrlting and Fine;'
era 36,3aA40KM(iitlitibainet..!!.r -i
" ' PHOTOGRAPHERS. ' 1
X PHOTOGRAPHfeRS. : ' ' ' ; ' '
m ooaiq mgn street.
r 51. ELLIOTT, . y
I eVPHOTUGRAPHKR: lor Snntt; m.i,
Pictnres made in every style and, si. - ;
fJ. ABCHEK,,i! ,!) vi i.:ni..-i
A-e Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc, eto
, -; u.-l ii Jii '-'NoSM-Soutb High street.
i, H i J:)'
ITI. DOWNS, M.
JCefi No. Opera House. - Treats'' Diseates of thii
Vti,,!'r-He,Tt',?iruat "-14 Lnngs. Also. Diseases
of women and Children. , ., r. , , , , ,
T T. HAttBH 4fc C. . 1 I, . t
J Wholesale and Retail dealers for. Light A
Co.'sand Hainee Bro.'s Pianost Also, Organs,
VUUUQVIU Will UU1W iBIUHII IBWDIUeiH", ' I',
, ; 36 North High ttreet.
J: XWOODK, ... ,
Aeent- for Chietervng and Emmerson's Pi-'
aoos... Also. Organs. Uelodeons and Sheet Mosio. ;
: - 9l Kn.ilK UitwW b-u, 1
-r; RESTAURANT.1 r :f s iJ
, ; Corner State and Hish streets, i - r.
' - - .CHARLEY MYER:'PrnTntnr:"'
SEWING MACHINES. "
ETtA SBWINC MACHINES, , .
L 1 T ka.lU.. . U 1 wu J 11 : I
House. , , W. PIMMEL. Generat Agent- .,
- WATCHES AND JEWELRY, v
Ri 1; BDABAK Ac CO.-, - - ' "
Dealers in Fine Welches. Clocks, Jewelry!
Platedware.- Spectacles. Ac.. .No. 11 Eat Town
strceWT. '':' - l'-:- -,'7 i:'.'.;i!'.-.' 'l..i;1
piATES At hakrington: " '
J i (Successor! to Wm. Blynn) deafen in Diar
awnds. Watch s. Jewelry. Silver War and Spec
tacles, rNo. Keil ikmre. 11 "
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Et IA?- L-ejlXgCsilHSfrjx,'"'''! - -- c
A? ' . Wholesale . and Retail dealers hi Watehee-
Clocks and Jewelra. Nc. 71 Sooth High street.:
ANCMtirr KOS. A CO.,' 1 '"
. 1 W hoiesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Wotionsv
... , I , 3 and 4 Gwynnc Block, Town street.. -
. t 1 ! k U : 1
REEUi JUNKS dc SJO.j I-.-.-;- !i.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In Boots
and Shoe. .11-, ."e. Gwynne Block. Town St. ' 1 1
I r: MERCHANT.
O Merchant Tailors and
NOTICE IS BEHEBT GIVEN TO .
all whom it may eoncerat, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking. Company. -1
organised and carrying-on business as an Indepen
dent Banking Company at the city ol Cleveland,'
Ohio.uoder an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate 1
he btato Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com-panieo,'-'
passed February 24th, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking baainessi- -to
that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the .
State ef Ohio in such case made, paid and re- '
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximunv'
amount of its ciroolating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said Stat of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hat e.provided means and
given eeouriiy to the satisfaction of the Treasurer.
Secretary and Auditor of Stat of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbaeSee of the-National City Bank '
ef lleveland. at the said, eity of Cleveland. h re
said Oily Bank is located.
Done by order -of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, July Stb,l8 f ,
, .. , . i, LEMUEL WICK. President. ,
jyll-dltaw6m j .. .';
ALL 1 PKHSONS" WHO HAVE im
work for repair at: t. Anderson' Carriage
Manufactory and have not called for it. ar hereby
notified thatsuoh work as bas beea on handfor four
months, or over, will be sold at publio auotien, on
the corner of Mtateand High str ets, unless called
for and charges paid within thirty da from date. :
. , v . T. ANDERSON.
CoInmbu.Q..8ept. 11.1888. ept3l-dltaw3w-!:
: 1 "i : B-?OF COMMERCE,. ... .
inriri! wej 01 y xi, 1150M.1
IN holders of the outstanding note of ih. i.u
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties invested
that after the expi-ation of six months from thii
date, application will be made to the Auditor Sec" '
retary and Treasurer of Stat to surrender to said '
Bsnk the sb cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation of said Bank in pursuance of the forti
first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank-'
in-, passed March 31st. 1851.
JOSEPH PERKINS. President -
D.jv. nuiu.uT. vaMiesVj .. . imar-s 00m, : 1
"The Sisters of St, Marf' "i:.
OF THE SPRINGS,' ItECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their lai
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HQ SIIM1UW UHHmU. .V. v.wi. Uft U..IIBV.
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tne nrst Jnonaay iu neiiMuiuar. mvc. r or ooaru ana.
1 nltion, no, i.o eiiu t-
partmentof thcpipil, BE. BOSE.Snp't. i J
Al.iiaasBox301. " ",'""'" " ,r aut3-dif. :
: .ujvui.i iii - "
A Queen Losing Her Crown.
A i correspondent of the 1 Evmement,
woo visited San Hobastiau at the criti
cal moment of the Spanish Revolution,
writes an interesting account of what
ue saw i: ;, , . . ... .. . . r v
. . n v. . .....
"oome otneers were "watenme us as
we rrjile.into, the city. We dismounted
and. ray. companion, who talks Spanish,
asked the chief of them for the news.
i ."Ihe Queen is. getting . ready to
leave for Madrid; the royal train is at
the 'station. The revolution is ended.'
Baid this gentlemen.' But his .manner
lelt us in doubt; and instead ,ot going
to the-hotel, we set out. at once for; the
railway station. The. rooms Were full
of people; but, by iavp'r of. th8 inspector,
unuseii ai x rencuman, we reacnea ine
platform by the jrailsl." - C
j "Two Spanish flags and a sort of tri
timphal arch were arranged before the
door, an mtantry guard was at the en
trance, and before as. the railway '- car
riages of the Queen., -
"Some fifty , Spaniards ; stood in. si-
lence, gazing on us as persons of impor
tance, They" had a serious look At
eleven o'clock a vehicle drawn by two
mules Drought two. officers and two gen'
tlemen of rank'. One of them was Gon
zalez. Bravo ex-president of the minis
try..! He gave 'orders, looked -over dis
patches and appeared much agitated.
- "At midnight the Queen and her has
band- came in a .-carriage, followed by
children and a few ladies of honor;1- The
Queen was in tears;', she walked, about
on the platform; the soldiers saluted
her; the curious iii large numbers stood
uncovered but preserved a mortal si
lence.,, i fit:: sm-.ik. i::: c
' "Let us be off, said the Queen at
length; and she stepped into the 'royal
carriage. . Her .train "also . entered; the
locomotive Was Attached, and at the mo
ment when the conductor was about to
give ilus signal, i two dispatches, doubt
less ot moment, were brought; the Queen
immediately stepped out of the carriage,
and said - to her-ex-minister, who was
begging her cot to go to Madrid again :
'If I eould wear. . pantaloons, I would
go back 'to my capital.' . This is his
"Isabella hid her' face" in her hands,
and, with tears' in. her eyes, - went back
into' the waiting-room, . and then to
the Palace. ' . .' ,. :
"The royal railway carriages were
taken awav; the governor ot ban Se
bastian - conducted the Queen to ber
coach, and went to the city on foot.',' ,
i j1 :
Remarkable Conduct of a Horse.
A recent French paper records an ex
traordinary 'punishment" inflicted ' by; a
horse on its master for an act ot brutal
ity by the latter toward one of the ani
mal!s stable companions. A.'carrier
named R - -,' at'no time tender , in his
treatment of his four footed servants,
returned one day in a state' of semi-intoxication
from Moament to. Givprs.
The man's natural barbarity was at this
time' aggravated by , the drinks he had
taken, and being, dissatisfied with the
efforts of one of the horses, a poor hack
winch bad almost - served, its time be
decided that the, animal was no longer
worth hia feed, and resolved to put a
end to it, .For this purpose he .tied tiie
poor brute to a treeaad taking a mas
sive lever,' used in -moving goods,- he
struck the animal several violent blows
on the head, until the unfortunate brute
sunk to the ground insensible. ;.'"' '
The master, thinking the animal was
dead, left it on the spot, intending to
remove the body next day. . .The horse,
however, recovered its senses a short
time after, found its way borne, and en
tered the Court yard at .daybreak. ' Its
arrival was welcomed by the neighing
of its companions in the stable, - which
noise awakened: the. master,, who was
now furious in having failed in his cruel
purpose.';: He tied np the animal afresh
and cemmenoed again to shower blows
on its head. This act of brutality was
committed in sight of two 'other hors'es
tn the stable ; at length one of them, a
yonng animal; became ' so frantic with
rage that he broke bis halter, and rush
ing on the man, seized him in his jaws,
and after shaking him violently, threw
him down and trampled on him with
such fury that had pot the man's . cries
brought some persons to his aid the
master would certainly have been killed.
1 1- ' ' I ,''
Telegraphic Anecdote — "Joe
A contributor to thet- TelesrranTi tells
. . r
tbi8tory: r ."A decent looking, middle
aged man called at my office one morn-
ingi when I was cleaning-the 'battered
zincs,' and wished to notify his brother
mp.i that another brother lay at
the point of death at home.' His 'man
ner! plainly- invited me i t write out a
dispatch at his direction, but .being too
bewildered, as to which wire went into
whichi screw cup to act as ascribe, I
evaded his eye, and furnished penF, ink
and' paper, over . which, with a eigh of
perplexity as profound as my own, be
went at once to work.- And such work!
Ialmost repent not 'having spared to
him ' a ' moment 'on seeing' what
I ibor ' he ' had made of his task.
Dickens has given ns a good picture of
tbe unskullul penman in tbe person of
Joe Uargery. My customer was much
like Joseph, in the management of the
quill. '" -He turned up his sleeves to be
gin with, and squared himself resolutely
at the desk, throwing - bis left arm far
around the paper, and hanging his head
very much on one side, tus eyes scowl
ed sheepwise at the growing pothooks
beneath tbem, and bis tongue, thrust out
to its fullest extent, followed in its mo
tion those of his cramped fingers. , The
hand that grasped the pen was a fistj
and its clutch, quite, disregarded .the
presence of ink, .as, was made mani-
f-Bt by the deep stains that soon
covered his jBngers, or were comrauni;
cated to bis race, in the abf eat minded
pauses incident' to his literary effort.
Many- a fresh" pen did he try, many a
fair sheet ruin and cast aside before suit
ed in the result of his toil. And when
he was suited, indeed, it was a pleasant
thing to npte the look of solid satisfac
tion, of exultation, even, show out upon
his, honest countenance, in spite of the
tear marks down his cheeks and his
watery eyes, as, ..lie, passed the scrawl
"To Bill Blank, P ." ' "
That production ranj-- i . .
"Deer bill: Ten ; to ansf Jim'll die
"A Radical orator calls the public
debt Ma monument of glory whose base
rests on toe Bnouidero ot the common
people.'tJ Not bad ; it is a ' cenotaph
engraved with the dead it crushes. -
A' young'parson .of the TJniversalist
faith, many.year's since, when the Simon
pure Universalism was preached, started
westward to attend a convention of his
brethren in the faith. "He took the pre
caution to carry a vial of Cayenne in bis
pocket to Bprinkle bis rood with As a
preventative to lever and ague; ,.Th
convention met; and at , dinner a tali
Hoosier observed the parson as. he sea'
soned the meat, and addressed him thus:
"Stranger, I'll thank you for a leetle
of that. 'ere red salt for I am kind o cu
rioustotry it." - .
. "Certainly," replied the parson, "but
you will bnd it very powerful; be care
ful how you use it.".;" .,..' .'' .
j ; The Hoosier took the proffered vial,
and i feeling ..himself proof' against the
Quantity of raw whisky, thousrht thai he
could stand the "red salt" with, impuni
ty, and accordingly sprinkled a junk of
beet rather bountifully f with ' it and
tortnwitn introduced.it Mnto; his capa
cious mouth. It soon began . to take
hold. . He shut his eyes, and his fea
tures began to writhe, denoting a very
bnhanpoupus condition physically. Fi
nally' he'- could stand it no longer; r He
opened hia mouth and screamed fire.'
"lake a drink of cold water from the
jug." said the parson." " .'! . '
".Will, that put.it, outT" asked the
martyr, suiting the action, ,to the word,
In a short time the uufortnnate man be
gan to recover, and turning' to- the par
son,' his eyes yet swimming in water,
exclaimed:.',3. . ;'. .-:',?. ..,',",..,. - .'
"Stranger, you calli yourself
sellist, I believe?" :' . ' '
"1 do, mildly answered the parson.
"Wall, I want to know if you think
it is consistent with : your .belief to go
about with hell-fire in your - breeches
An old sea captain died at St, Malo
the other day in whose history was one
fearful . domestic . tragedy.-; ..Fifty-five
years ago this old sea captain returned
home after a voyage which had lasted
eighteen months. : He was: a married
man; r la bis twenty-first' year h bad
married a girl ' of eighteen, a neighbor's
daughter,: whom he - had", long, .loved.
When he reached home he found his
wife, in bed and a child three days old
in a cradle by the bedside. ' Jlis ' wife
was too embarrassed to say anything.
What' could , she ..have said in pres
ence of that cradle? He 1 uttered no
reproaches; looked, at his ,' wife' and
looked at the cradle; then askedj her
in a : cold . tone to , be good enough
to get up and walk with him. ' She
obeyed;' ehe tottered w?th him into the
streets. .. If was January, and , ia. bleak
day even for that inclement month. He
directed their Steps to the ramparts,
where'the wind frbm'tbe oriean always
blows with violence and in winter free
zes the very marrow, s-ihey walked
around the ramparts. " When she reached
home her teeth- so. chattered she could
neither speak nor swallow.. . A- high
fever set in soon after she got in bed.-
is he was delirious at daybreak, and died
in fhe course of the day. ' Her husband
abandoned the sea, took a house by him
self, lived alone until his death,' which
occurred a few days since.' '. . ;: ' .' ,-','-' . :
Estimate of Cost of " Water
Works for;the City of Co-,
-. lumbus,' Holly Sys-
" ' teiTK ' o.V";' i: ' -
llfACHTNERY. CONSISTING. OP" THREE
irl. Holly's Ejlintical Kotary Puiudsj with maxi
mum capacity 4.000,000 gallons water in twenty
four hour each.-Baid Dumo havinc 13 Inch dia-
oharge; I double cylinder piston engine, loo : horse
power, attached to same crank; I rotary engine.
lau norse power; i neavy iron tram to contain all
necessary sipports. bearings and connections for
enmnes, pumps, shafting, gearing, bndgetrees and
, snatung. gearing. Dridgatrees and
Also, oonsistingr of all .necessary
diiiow mocks. A.180. eonsistinB- ol all neAHnm
shafts, gearing and all couplings and suction valves
needed in connection witn said pumps, engines and
maohioery in pump house. On hydrostatic valve;
all necessary steam and water connecting pipes in
pamp-home; steam guage; t Holly's patent boilers,
oontaining about 600 flues each; 1 double piston
boiler pump; 1 regulator and -ireesureguase to con
trol the Drossure of water in the Dine and varv the
same at pleasure for fire streams or domestio use;
all soring ooupllngs and bolts; 1 better containing
too nues; x artiuoiai aran to enaoie yon to Qo away
with high smoke stack or exhausting into smoke
pipe; levur valves tor eacn pump to oloae aperture
between pumps in use and those not in use; 1 safety
regulator to hold engine in check in otseof acci
dent to pipe or machinery; 1 donkey engine and all
other machinery or connection needed in connec
tion theiewith in said pump-house. Mot including
suction pipes leading to pumping well or disobarge
pipes from pumps, or any work on buildM.g, or short
smokestack, or support for said pumps, engines,
oouersor mao Diner jt - . .
Couplet at Manufacturing ' .t.',
Uo.'s works f4c,000 00
Transport'n and setting same . . 4,000 00 Sl,O0O 00
' ; , COST OF BUILDING. , j r.l''
Foundation for build ng 145 , , . ;
percn, a 87D 00
Foundation lor machinry,l56
Cut stone copeing for ma-
100.000 brick laid in wall, U
J.000 feet flooring tW.......
: it 938 00 '
'"'!'' tSO no
O 120 00
10 win lows, 3x10 teet, 927.. . .
S double doors, 8x10 feet, $30.
ziu uu .
' eo 00
I sinsledoor, SxB feet
6,000 feet timber and rafters.
3,000 feet roof boards. 20. ... ;
C&pa, sills and water table ...
Carpenter work and other , . - ! ; iH ! ,v '
items ts complete same... .. 1,500 00 . .f J
Foundation for boilers. -73 ' ' '
perch, SS 438 00 f 8,T7i 00
COST OF WELL WITH FILTER AND INLET
J ..- 1 . : . i ' 111 D . -
Excavation 3,456 yards,
'. 84 00
' 800 00
500 oeroa stone. 6...,........
4.000 feet timber, t2l..
Excavation for inlet pipe to
and below water line, 300
100 feet inlet pipe (wood), S ft.
diam., A3 ....
Filling around inlet pipe ,
Frame and fixtures at termi
nation of said pipe .'
: 300 00 :
COST OF IRON PIPE DELIVERED
1 mile 16 inch pipe, 3 per lie .-
foot , $1S,840 00 '
3)4 mile 1 inch pipe, tl.89 ,
per lin- foot 24.848 00 '
2 miles 10 inch pipe; 11.56 per ,
lin. foot ICvRSW ! 1
2 miles 8 iach pipe, tl.23 per
lin. foot 13,088 80
7 miles 6 inch pipe, 90s per lin. , ....
foot 83,264 00
10 miles 4 inch pipe, 60c per
lin. foot - Sl.o80.-00 $135,304 40
COST OF HYDRANTS AND STOf OATKS.
100 double hydrants .......... (4 600 00 ;--.-
30eingle hydrants............. 1 1.200 00 ;,
40 stop gates 1,400 00
extra obarges on crosses, el
bows. Ts, sleeves. Ao 1,000 00 : (8,100 00
COST OF TRENCHING, MAKING JOISTS.
And refilling S4X miles pipe,
labor only . f 5 per rod . . . (43,180 00
Carting and distributing said .
pipe along trenches '' 500 00 ' -
80 tons lead, 8150 . 12,000 00
Oakum, fuel, Ao 160 00
Setting 130 hydrants, includ- '
ing freight and cartage . 1,040 00
Setting 40 stop gates, includ
ing fieigbt and eartage . - 390 00 (57,130 00
y .. . .., . REOABITULATICN.
Machinery and pumps with
connections oomplete....... (SS.000 00
Building 6.772 00
Filter and inlet pip 6,078 (0
l)itributiqgpip 135.394 40
Trenching, laying pipe, Ac... 67,130 00
Hydrants, atop gates, extra
- charges on angles in pipe.Ao 8,100 00
Add tOperoent. foroontingen- ' -
oies 26.547 44 $292,021 84
" Columbus, with present population, -will con
sume about 8,000,000 gallons water per day for cul
inary and all domestio purposes, requiring about
75 horse power to do the pumping, using from 4 to
5 pounds bast bituminous eoal to a horse power per
hour. Hence, a maximum capacity of 4,000,000 gal
lons per day will at all time give an adequate sup
ply of water for fire purposes. Sis or more power
ful fire streams csn be thrown at one time by at
taching bos to hydrant. . ' " ',
ootl3-dlt . - WM. C. WEIR.
COfTTVTV BOIHD SCHOOL EXA11I.
N liftS' MKE'f INGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin oounty meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturdave
each month in the year.-- Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall munch.
.ji" Kt '! :-:-!i i
t.i " - 1 ' -.il- K .! ( : :: ..v.-.'.Y.
BTMTT.TA SDiTlIBTT v " .j
C-"'." i I ' " 1 ' I l . I! I
-. HUMPHREYS' , . r
HAVK PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMFLH "
experience, an entire success: Simple
troropt Efficient and Keliable. They an T tbV
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use.
eo simple that mietakea cannot be made in ''
' using them ; so harmless a to be free from dan-
Iter, and so efficient as to be alwaye reliable.
1 hey have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render aatisJfactioa. , , - j
i, uurea ai-erven, lngeetlon. Inflammations. !i5
A, " Wormi, Worm If'ever, Worm CollcSS
? H ryliisr-Colic or Teething of Infcntoas
4,' " Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults.. SB
I. Rrv8?utcrJi Gr'Pin& Bilious Colic. -'!'!.
olera-lIorboa, Vomiting. as
& 1. ' Jenralsla, Toothache, Faceache..aa
1 : 1 HeadaiclieaSickUeadache.VertiKoaS ;
10. Byapepalm Bilious Stomach. .....SM ,
, - ou..rfjB.cii, or mnmi renoas.,.s
lib wb.e, too pro.ueo periods.. .uJ.SS i
1?. " Croup, Congli, Difficult Breatblnir.. as
jV' ' Salt lilieam-,BrTipeaa,Ernptione25
15, f " BhetunaUsiai, Rheumatic paina.9S r
ill. . . VfWfV Xr A trn r t.HI 17.,-- cn
17,.. 2 Atlew, blind or bleeding-.. -;..i7f.89 :
,19 I. ... I. 1 . i , n
19, i v J Catawrta.acute or chranic,Inflnenea50 '
0,, ". v'tVUoiptxic-ong:h,iolentoouiili5e i
'91. Althma nnnn.iu.7l nrwlhln. KA '
" " ; Ear Ilclaj-ge,lmpairedhearing50
5 - ProPy "d acMity ScrtHioiiti. 4 .,60 ,
7, ; " K.idney-llNeae, Gravel SO
,, . -:; j Emiwlons, involuntary Bis-'-'
as. .a "fr J ;
J?' ' 1 1 Jrtnar7 WekneaiwetUngbeu50 'r'
" " Willi DUOOlllB. .IJ
04, i -. Oaflertnaaatchangeoflife...-.. 00
J3, . , Kpllepay,Spasma,St.Vltu'Dancel 00)
Vi llhllierla, ulcerated sore throat .6
rMZzr cASJsa i-
Of 35 to TO large vial a, moroee
or roaewood caae, contaluln ,
; m apeclM for every ordinary 1 : " '-''' '
dHaeaae a family 1. aubject to, ,.- ,t
- and book of direction. ...'..TT. '
. ., i'rom 10 to $3S
Smaller Famll j and Travelln sr cases,
. with 90 to 23 vials ffbm S to SS
Specifics for all Pri vate alaeaaea,both -, " J
for Caring; and for Preventive ,
:-. 'treatment, in vial and pocketcases,$2toS 1
Cures Burns,- Braises,!. Lameness, i.
8erene.Sore Throat.Spralns. Tooth .
acne. Earache, rVeoraleia, Khenmi.
tiana, llimbijo, Piles, Bolls, Stlnes.
Sore Eyes,- Uleedlns or the Luo'l
noae, siomtcu, or ot Plleat Corns, ail- 1
eers, uia sorei. Price BO cts. to $1.7S
F?T' These Remedies, except POND'S EX-":
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to ':
any part of the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreyattepecifie a ''"'
. Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, "NO. StttBaoAbwaT, New York. -
.Dr. HtrsFBRcrs iacosmlted dairy at bis office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all form 0
Q . rOH BALE BY ALL DEUGQI3TS. J'.-.i
I .'- "l: .'i-- iii :h" t-i'i rylS-deodiwly'
.vi'Ujf -J4j yrssi
l?r-7 .-. v ...
ii -.: CURED WITH -'-.!')) ,ri
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE OrVLY nrI.MRI,R RKTtRn-af.
A Can be given with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, its Consequences an it Cure." free on ap
plication. - Frio of Sptoifio per bottle, tl.tM, cr
uiree oubues lor 9.w.
, , I 1 A.-U. jj. .T- ' rs 3 Tin eil eri
Sola Proprietor and Manufacturer, Columbus, 0
1 I . ' BOLD BY ALL llRUGQISTS
, . sepl7-dTfcs&wly ,,
' S .Tne Oreat neelielne for the ktn. enres
.( j without All. every kind or aua
f slghUy eraptloa ef the laee,
i . . or Itehlnsc lrrttatlns. ' o . "
dlatreaalna; eataneons - .'T ..i
disease on any part
of the person.
,: ! . " ft r aenrfi Wlhwiwt mi of dint moviifyirto erwp
. . lion, ami I ttm note lookina quite tike awm," writes .
t'harlM E. Noble, General Agent of Mich. Central
i' U. K., 173 Broadway, H.Y, , .r 1 ... , . .
M U Jtn4 it ith tNt-nliinoe remrtv for Tetter.
, .' write Uig ley Uraa., Druggiatii, falrgeld, Iowa. -" : '
aire tried your vahmhle remedi. for BarherH'
s 7fe vil erenr mecen," writes C. W. bumont, of
- Leominster, Alas, j .,Y1 f .-.., .v i . .J.
.: 1 j Bend for circular. Price, 75 eta. and 1.0..,
Prepared only by
1 '-'- 36 West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, O
I For aale by Druggists generally.
sepWl-deodAwly : ,. , ... ; I .: r.) ,:u ' .-.v
W PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Niw
C00KEB OF Lboturis. as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub.
Sects: How to live and wbat to live for: Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulense and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage puilosoph
ically .considered. Ac. - - -t .....
Pocket volumes containing tbene leAtiirM will h.
-forwarded to parties unable to attend, on receipt of
. four stamps, by addressing SSCRETAKY. Nrw
' YoBg-c8ECH of Anatomy and Soienok. 810
.. DROiDvir nrv 1 okk. VKT-leb'J-dl
- , .... o . 500,000 1 ; - '
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prioes? Books sent for and returned to any part of
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Franklia Steam Book' Bindery
BLANK.' BOOK MANUFACTORY,
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies ia
the State. , ,.. . , . . t. , ,.
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(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers, and Statesman
1 Steam Prlntine Offices.) .
BLANK BOOKS I 1 ...... I
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Of every description and quality, from the hithest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled , and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prioes. -
Orders from County OfBoers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Officer requiring SOfEhlOR BLANK
BOOKS", will be executed promptly, with our per
..lour patronage respectfully solicited,
it'.i-i . . N.W. LEFATOR, ; ;
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SIEBBRT t& LILLET,
Blank : Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS. ;
Special attention paid to manufacturing first olaas
BLANK BOOHS ?
of every description, with or without printed Head-
ings, for ... .
COUNTY OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, ANFr ACTtTBEBS
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OPER HOUSE. BUILDING,
aprll-eouly :'? -.a Ol COtVKBUB. OBIO.i
: :' :.': : 'COAL.' ' -.'.'," 7:.
T. 5 ALLEN, 'Agent, i
WlLiliCON TlNVe THE COAL. BUS1.
NES at his present stand. ,,,,,, ... ......
L No. 135 Worth lligh street, ..''.'
and will take orders In both . CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, whioh he is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price. . r " -
' . star Special sttention paid to Shipping. Ut - 1
7o all wkomUwihyeotuxr: - !'-- !.'" " '
. ': f ... : ; . CITY CLERK'S 1DFFICE.5 -u
. i , , Coi.rMBUB. O.. Sept. 14, 1808.1 -.
Hta ils hereby given that proceedinrs have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
makins the following improvements, to wit --
For repaving the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street.. .i .,'
Also, to construct a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
on Seventh street from s point- opposite the north
line of W. C. Brown's lotos Broad street to a point
oppoaitatfae north line of the first sissy north of
Broad street east of Seventh street.
' Also, for constructing stone -arch chlveVf of such
dimensions as may be required, serous Broad stree.
where the proposed ditch crosses the same near
Acheson's lane. V - -.,- i
AUo. to establish tbe boundary lineof Park street
between North Publio lane and the bridge oVer
the C. C. A I C. Railway, and to erect narks at
lEuch points as the same may be easily known. r.
' -Also, for gracing and paving the snpavad side
walks, gutters and croeinss, and grading and grav
eling the roadway of Walnut alley from Fair alley
Vest to front street ..,,..) v, , .I-.,.- ,,.
; The same to be don in accordance with plats and
estimates to bo prepared by tbe City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.- i .
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required 'to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, n o
before the Thirty-first oay of October, A. D. 1868.
,.,., I fi- WILSON. .Ti'
jo all uhony it star Ccncm : - :.,',
', CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
' -, ! 1- CoLCssns. Q., Beot. 88. 1868.P--
Notiae is hereby given tbst proceedings hsve been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus for mak
ing the following improvement. to-wiLi - ..I
For grading and pavins the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from Hickory
alley to North street; -;-...:., i :
i Also, for aradiog and paving the unpayed side
walks, gutters and crossing! on the south aide of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street;
j - Also, for grading and caving the gutters and cross
ings and graveling tbe sikewalk and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to Sycamore street. ... .. i - -
Also, for trading sad repaving the sidewalk and
gutter snd crosing on Rich street, in front of Lot
No. 6 of Dennison's aubdivisian of eotlot No. 38-1
i Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Chapel street, from Fair alley to Front Street;-
Also, for grading and paving the gutters and
eurbing on tnesontn side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High 'Street -to Pair
alley; . , . ....
: Aiso, for buildlrg double Tow flag crossing
across Linn alley at the east aide of High street:. .
. The same to be done in accordance with tbe plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
olainis in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Eighteenth day of November. A. D.
looo. i'-i -. . j ft -r j . ; I -. : - -; !
i ,, L. E WILSON, .
:0rtS-dltaw4w til - . -'-City Clerk.
To all whom it may concern : , , '". , . v,,,,
' 1 "" ' Citt Clerk's Office,?
: i , COLOtBtB. O..Aug. 87. 1868.
Notice is herebvaiven. that nroceed inM h.v Um
instituted in tbeCity Council of Columbus,.for mak
ing mi following improvements, to-wit: - - --
tor grsding and paving the k utters and graveling
the sidewalks and cradins the roadway of Htranni
street from South rublie lane to Uivisioa street. ;
Also, lor graaing ana paving tne nnpaved side
walks, gutters and crossings, and STadinar andan.
elins the roadway of Pair alley from Kiob abeet to
Walnut alley, and also for sradine and graveling
the roadway of Fair alley from Walnut alley to
sown street .......
Also, for grading Parson's lan from East Public
lsns to the corporation line. .... . . . .- - n
Also, for buil Una- a double row flae-stone nnwi.
ing across Third (treat st the north aid ef Long
street. - - ,.r
Also, for grading and paving tbe nnpsvel intten
and orossings and grading and graveling the side-
waiBs on joon street irom. i;teveiana avenue to
w nsmngum avwau. - -
-1 The same to be done in aaeordanee with nlata a.nil
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
ser.and filed in the offioe of the CityClerk.l .. -r.
All persons claiming damages on scount of said
proposed improvements., are -reouired to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writingon or
oeioretno niueteeui.u uay oi uctooer. a. u. icoe,
I ii. ri. witisum,-. i
auK29-dltaw4w . ,; ,. .pts Clerk, i
To all whom it may Concern : ''""'.' c '
ia, i- 'CITY CLERK'S OFFICE; '
0 -U-,- i' COLOMBBS, 0-Sept. 3L 1868.1 .-
. 'Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, fgr
For reoavina the sutters and resetting the rnrt.
ing on the west side of Seventh street between
Friend street and Rioh atreet. ... .,.-.
Also, for paving the nnpaved sidewalks on the
saats deot rilth street between Kioh street and
Cherry street. .,, '. , - -r i
Also, for eradinr and Bravelfna' Chanel almi
from High street to Fair alley. -..
ii.. i : I. .1 ' tt . .
i tiw, .... c.uiM6 ... " L ... n m J U 1 ...lUIDb ObrVQI.
north from the C. C A C. railroad depot to the line
oi n m. net is property i -.- ' '
Tbe same to be done in accordance with o1at and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil ngi-
ueer, ana niea lnuieomceot tnevity uierK. r
- All persons elaiminc ilamages-on account of said
proposed-imprevements, are, required to file their
olaimsin the office of .lie Clerk, in writing, on or
ueiorsina oevuiui ouy oi novemner. a. u. wm.
sepM-dltawtw' 11 ' City Clerk
To all eoAofa 44 stay oesoer.- ; ' I , --!-,-.ss
f ! , - . , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ,
-.--'-' 5 - COLUHBtlH: O.. An: 31 18B8.(
Notice is herebv ffiven. that nrooeedinffa lunhmia
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
uiamuK inn luuunn g lmpniTBUlBilu, lo-wic:
For srsdins and navios tbe gutters and orossins.
and rrading .the roadway on Oak street from Wash
ington avenue to East Public lane.
ihesauie to be done inaoaordaaee with nlats
ana esumatea to oe preparea oy tne uity uivil i!,n.
sin- er. and filed in the office of the Cit v Clerk.
. All Dersons ciaimina namasea on acennnt or aa.nl
oroooeed improvements, are reouired to file their
claims in tbe. office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
neicre,i.no inineieenw aay ot., vctooer. A. 1)
i l r. i.i ,v
,L. E. WILSON
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. '
F. A. & L. ' LESOUEREUX
I ,. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
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CCJTLERY, ,. .-'..'.';,'
.. OLl PESS,
POCKET-BOOKS and ' ' .
' . ', ; - IN ENDLESS,-VARIETY;;' '-- .,.,
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of,
Beth Thomas' and Waterbnrr Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade, Also.' Agents
- . -. . s. : " -or me . . .- . j . j-
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. .
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glasa-
rn es(Frenoh and Geneva) in full supply at
Af All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. , . -
F. A. St il. I1ESVU8HKUA.' I :
febl4-eodly No. 71 South HighsW Columbus.
JOHN ; SCHNZUDER,
! DBAXIB Ilt.'J-j-"' J-ffc
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
M0SICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ao.. '' '"''''
173 South High street. Cnlnmhna. O. Reanlrini,
carefully done and warranted. xny7-od6m
JITOLM, MILES & MTOALDS,
NO. ia & 186 SOUTH HIGH STREET
GBOCERB,; PROPRIETORS COI.TJlTI BITS POW
DER MAGAZIN G. and agnts for the sale of
Baiatd Powder Company's Powder. . Agent for
us aais oi -
' GARDNER, PHIPPS' A CO.'S " ' '0i
Celebrated Ssgar; Cured Hams,
- and dealers in ' ' ' '-' "
FOKEIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
In all t'iir varieties. Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigar. s. i i iull-eodl.
FURNITURE. ' - ' i
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A wlmv lin.iiiiwia transactions', both WboWaleand
Retail, new extend throoshout the States of Ohia,
Penssylvania and Indiana. They uanaiaotur ;
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of all classes and every design ; of raserior work
manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chain of
every description. Wholesale snd Retail.
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nova"' ol i;t ti11
gj v.i . JJiBURANCE.'-sf CJ v..tj b
j i AS TO THfe B0SINB83 AND AFFAIB8 OP THE
1 - r. V Ji-it OJ V'Miuin rl-itt.-u
' COlVTIXEiSTAL n ISSURAKCE GO.,
-A I Jo ut.iitx'!i- "n. .11U ad 4a liiw srnlT
. ! OF NEW TOBKi
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FOB. T27JC 1JCA& ENDOW DEOIXBtt 8188?: Ai
Cspilsl fully psid sp. ..i....l;MO0.O06 b1"'1
Amount of available assets. ,.......I7sl4,olK f(1,
- r.r.-!- AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) j7k!
DEFARTMSNT OP iNSCBaNCB. .
1 !'.:r..f'.Cotiu(BC80.. lebruary IS, 1888.1 iUi!83
It is hereby certified. That the Continen-al(Fire) . ,
' Insurarce Comoany, located at New York; hi tbd 1
State of New York. bas complied-in all rapects,v.
' with the laws of this State relstingto such lnsur-
: acce Comnauiei, for tbe curjent year, and ha filed j .
in 'bis Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and businsg,at ths,,,,
date of such statement, as follows : " '
Amoant of actual paid-up Capital. ..6o0.ooo .
Aggregate amount of available assets.... 1,814.590 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, tine. . ; o t-.Vl
Re-insurance 381.991 M
Amount ot income for the pre edingyear 801,086 ie .-i
Amouut of expenditures for the preced
" ing year.....,........,..M...o. C81.443 AT !!sl
' : In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed ,
'i - my name,' and caused tb Seal of my'"1 C
SSALj Office to be affixed, the day snd year abovs
-- written. - - - . - '
. . JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State. ; tl
By JA8.Wili.iax3, Chief Clork.
Geo. F. 0'flarra & Co.', -Agent,' 1
(Nacghton Block). .cioi..,T.s-iiTsiiis
..I uf- Colaanbsui,
al Ti;si-.S;f3 eelT'
" AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE Jna
PACIFIC INSURANCE COME. pit
Of 8AJ FRANCISCO, C1L.U .-j., gfrfj
CERTIFICATE FOR PCBIICATION.;
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AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE. iov jui
::, ........ DKPABTMBKT OF 1N8I7BANCB. i, .sll't
Colcmbus. Sept. 19th. I068.J ,, . i,
- It is hereby certified, That the Pacini Insurance "
Company, located at San Francisoe-, in the State of "S
California has oomplied, in all respects,- with -lbs 'J;;t
laws of this State relating to such insurance Coai-.-ri7t
panics, for the enrrent year, and baa filed, in tois
offices swora etatement. by the proper offioer, ,
showing its eondition aad business, at the date of1 boa
such statement, as follow, gold currency -i .H .i-'IIuikJ
Amount of actual paid upCapital.iA. $LAO0,e8 ..
Aggregate amountof available assets... 1,388,818 c. -n
Aasresate amount of Liabilities laa.sao as 1 "
' Amount of inoome for the preceding" w.'II
. year..,.v.......-- ..i ,7oa,ou3 rs n.'iw
Amount of expenditure for the pre- ''jivto''
- eedinff vear 833 tAS la
. "i . ' r - -' ' -. - ' ol
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed' "
.my name, and caused the seal f my CmeeJ'i.
IsbalJ to be affixedtth day and ,j ear bo , ..
. written . . . - .. . i.i.-i-w
""'"J -i!".:-. .''LJA3.''WIl,UA8.fr!ib .
' ! Chief Clerk lor Auditor of Stat.
Con P ft'IInrrn AV Fa Iranie' 9"
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' AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFt'ATBS CW THs Miii
NORrH -BRITISn & M
: EVSERAIVCB COnPAr,: "" 1;''l!
Of London -and' Edinburgh.'0'''"1
-J ic, tn. - -i-'i ii i rn'r .-liti
, , AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) , ,b...,
ii iri. ti.i'.CoLDsBD. Obept. la,18o8.J .'.VuaH.
.,It is hereby certified. That the North Britiah 01,,,
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of London and'
) cainourgn, nas comiiieu m.;i mpiwau tbeitrgitiij
laws of this State relatins to I ire Insurance Com-.
panics of foreigoe uevornnreoi.,'inr u euTresr a""1
year, including toy deposit of On Hundred TbeuwiiuM
sand Dollars forth seonrity of Policy holders j.,-""
siding in the State of Ooin, and that ths swora J )UU
statement of its proper offioers. filed ia this depait-, . 1
ment shews its condition and business- at the data' -1
of uchtatsmsnt(Peo.Si, 1867) as follows! . j-,iio
Amount of actual paid up oopilal.. ... . 250,0064 .,
Aggregate amount of available assets U sos.eos SS 3 r
. Aggregsts amount of liabilities-. J.7411AAsVoiii
Amount of income for .the preoeding , . -,.
yer.-....-i..i.. ,..-.iV..'.i. 1,80911 W-""
Amount of expenditures for taepraotdr, noiJasl
'-ing ysar.:..;,. ........ l.7S7,866p,
f In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed5 ,""u
1 my same and caused Uaeeal of- sty Ofitoe Ji n
tsiAtJ to be affixed ths day snd year above
- 1 written. ....ii-.-it .AWXvl uihij
J AS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of fiUUtiuujo'J
1 By Jas. W.LL.iS. Chiel .Cl. k
" 1 Geo. F. 0 Barra , &, Co Agents, 3 j,
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