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VT,.,, ATTOKKE) S AT. LA.-. r ,
Offioe.Bo. C9 South High. Atreet.. Ambos Build-Int.--.--
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JATT0fet?V-A,i,-liV?! ABATOR,
Mayors umce-
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ATXOKJiX-AT-LAW A Notary Foblio.
Office in Parson's Building.
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ATTOhVNJS lf-AT-LAWA Notary Fnblie. '
4Jmeo IM rtratn High street.
AUCTION, AND 'COMMISSION
Aaotioneer and Dealer in Beat Estate House
hold Uoii!CU tiling and Notinns. - -. -1
' So. T West Broad street.
BATH ROOMS.
GEOKGE HATCKf " '"' '
Barber and Hair Drervw. : Cot And .Colt
Baths. Basement fostoffice H ildiat.
BOOK BINDERS.
81AAvtA 4t
Book Binders Blank. Boot il aoufsoturers,
frinter&aad Foblisters. 3 .
. ' -..-:: -Opera WnM ingi
,Tt BooTs&snoh:;.:.,.
"J Sonta tliKB street, mt reoeived.aa
elegant assortment. An styles, low priees. 1a
oies. please calkfJCi-' 5 - -
Ms tnenotedhoase for good-Boots and Shoes
ax low srioa..Aew Btoek jatreoeived.
t; - -i ,. 476 .South HighStreet...
O0AL DEALERS.
ROBl( 4V CO., -. . -. i ;
.Dealers in Pittsburgh and OhioCoal, Alao.
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone Sewer fipe. ...
to ; tin.Ml -Nmth High street: -
COMAHiSSION MERCHANTS.
Hit FITCH & SON, . - -
Cuminifeioo. Forwarding and Produce Mer
hant8,4eal4rs in Urain, Flour, Aew W. inroad
street. . .
CORSETS. ,.; ,,'
D1 B. SJlIJNuElaii Ac CO.,
e Manufacturers and Dealers n French.'Ger
tnanAnd Americas Uorsatev Also, Bep. skirts.
Kin'- ii: t Ml Htpera House.. I
1 ;i CROCKERY
T7 1. .A.XOA, y : -,.v." r..f.i ,
V i Wholesale and Retail D tiler ia China,
Queetisware, tilads, Plated Uuods, Lamps and Lamp
iixtares." -46 Nor vh ttigo street.
) Importer abd Wholesale and Betait Dea'er
in Crockery, China, ilass. Cutlery. Plated Uoods,
Coal Oil Lamps, Ao.
58 South High street.
.,3!1 DENTISTRY. rC;;
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i ..i.-! v.. A a. ii East Broad street.
We ait io bethe..,7 - ., ; ... ; ...
G DfJUtM, DEN TIST.J-Tbe best styles
of Dentistry,, inuluding IJunn's improvea
mineral Plate. Office, 10 and 11 Opera Blocs. . .
DKY GOODS.
CHKUL.V L CO, - . . .
Dealers in Dry Goods; Notions, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings. Shades, bats,. Caps and furs,
eorner High ana Friend streets.
J 0. OSBUBtM dc 4. ,
- - - v US South High street.
Carpets, Mattings; Oil Clotba,Curtins, Sta. le and
Fanoy DryAioods. , x -' -
4K 1 s. 'A ,
o Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
tancy Xtj jruods. and saanufaeturers of Ladies'
Cloaks. ' 123 S. Higb s reet.
FULKTH sT.nUYGOOU) STOBK,.
F. Krum & Co..eash dealers in Dry Uoods and
Noti.ns, Ibti South Fourta street. :
JAtlts HAVif - l-i-H - . !
Wholesale and Retail Dealer io Dry Goods,
AaughtonBuilding. Noa. 118 and 122 South iligta
treat.- - - - ' -
UloGIN,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents'-FurnUhing Uoods. No. 6 Neil House.
i lAJa A", UUA -A. .., -Jf
Dealers ia Staple and Faoey Dry Goods. . -r
. .. . ;. v. . .,. . - fto.iwnomh tiigh street.'
A t),Hi.AViilil A.CU.I
e Foreign and Domestio Dry Goodsi Cloths,
iarijett. 850 S52Suuh High streeU ,
DRUGGISTS.
DbfOT AIM Utl 8 1'OHli..'. i ..r
JOHil 8. ROBERTS, v.. ,t;.,
brugaiataoeVApotheeary. .-
r . y - . 854 North High street.
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WUULfciSALb Ktvl'AlL UKUtlWlSlB,
- . loc aouth High at.. Commons, u.
BtcAijN, nut.jic. tc. co., -W
bolesate and Retail Druggists, and1 Dealers
in Proprietary Medicines.
' North High street.
ENGRAVERS.
KICHKtl JE HOOUE, - '
Designers, fcn gravers and Publishers. Nota
rial and other seals engraved K order. -Nos.
1U7 and Ion South High street.'
i. FURNITURE, &c.
Coi.ijjttii7s vAMinex co.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in furniture. Cnairs, Wattraases, eto. , .
No. 1 Boa th High St. (Opera House).
f ii. f..l..nf flratn , H limi f flFA. W h A 1 1-
JUKUUUWbUIQlllul luo.wi ,,
sale aad Retail Warerooma, 0, 7 and Gwynne
JtJlocK.
HOUSE FURNISHING.
1j t. Asirnis a uuiu As JM., .
rii. I)a,lr .in UantJua. Stiiret and HOOM IDr
Dishing liooos. . Aiio, Xiu. Copper and Sheet lro
W are. 17 .aat lowu ttrcet, -
A- House i'urnishing GoDds.' MantIes.uGrates,
AlODOer. AID ana oueei xruu, numi iai iuauus,
" 21M South HUh street.
AajTO,TAA.01AtDjrr,
Dealers ia Hardware, House arnishing Goods,
Uarble and Slate Mantles. Urates. Su-TWi. Hot Air
Furnaces, o. . . "-"" .
aH00ESKIRIS.A-
Fi. Manufacturer and Wholesale Dea er in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
slnd Fancr Goods, 103 South HiBh street, . .. Jt u
BUSEiESS DIRECTORY
HOWfi gEWINtf -'MACHINE.
S P. AXTELL, .
t Dealer in Musical Merchandise, BooV s. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods general It. bpecial Asent
for the celebrated Klias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 6 South tiita treet.
HATS & CAPS.
UIks. ni. mi. LtiiF,
i (Successor t E. l.auf.) Dealer in Bats. Cans.
Fur; and fctraw Goods S29 Mouth Hig street.
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itOTELS.
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ATIONAL. MOTH,,
ODDnaile Denot.
J. H. DAVIDSOfT. Proprietor.
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ITbll SB ATKS HOI'Kli,
Corner High and Ton strents.
E. J. "BLOUNT, Proprietor.
ZfcTTI.FU HOfJF:,
Corner Fourth Friend sts.' Commodious
aoaSo and extensive stables.
'. , , L. A. BOWERS, Proprietor.-
f tCHCHATI S' HOTKI.
xtli 340 south High street: Good stabling attach
ed te premises.
i W P. THATCHER, Proprietor. .
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INSURANCE.
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Co-niKciciJr nuriiAi.
sura"ee Company. Assets. $18, 00 000.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Columbus. O.
EWKIKE r HIILTEBERGEH,
GEN C.RAL AGENTS Securitv Lite insurance
Compiny, No. 6 Opera House.
HOME "l!St!HAI"ICi4' COBIPAUK W
Columbus, O.i. apHal and Asseta. 4a6,614d7.
Wk C. M.BAEEK, Seo'y.
Office, Noe. 6 & T Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
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. MiniTiWAS,
Wholesale and Retail M Ilinery Goods,
i ll S. High street. Opera House Block.
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. icuvi iu ni iiiiiidi .,, uuvua win .,au
mings. No. 67 North High street.
Straw
J' II. WILKIl,
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fancy Goods. 130 South H'kh street.
,.l MERCHANT TAILORS.
SOMA HAflMKK ; t OHLtEBE,
Merchant Tailors rand Dealers in Gents' Fur-t
nishing Uoods, ' ii !; l.i
' No. 68 North High street.
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Uoods. . Also asent for the Diamond (Shirts.
i ; i eoucn HigbBtreet. !
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THUOtllO PIFKCII AIMTTAILOKINO
( A CL0THIJ.G OO.. 185 .;High. Gents'
suits made' to order. ' Ready-made Clothing al-
ways on nana.
JOHN II. 8I(!KEB4CHKK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' t urnishing Goods.
noret-nerta Align street.
T
a OHM HCKlTEK,
i MERCHANT TAILOR, S20 South High st.
Choice slock of Clothing constantly on hand.
T rNEWS "DEALERS. V-T
ANDKl.ns Sc U IJ II..
. News Dealers, (Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 5 South High street, nex door to Pnstoflice.
: News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng ish.
231 eolith tiigti stre a.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
A NDKKWS, HEUUVA CO., Ji.wi..
Aa.i Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Frint
iugand Wrapping Papers, 93 A 5 IkorthHigh St.
N; VINS at m YliKS.
I Dealers in Printing, Bod, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 4u Nons -High street.
o PHOTOGRAPHERS.
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AL.DW1M & 1'r,Vi;l,
rHOlOURAPHUllS.
81 Son h High street.
J, 51. KLLIOTT,
PHOTOORAPHKR. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and size.
D
J. ABCHEK.
Photographs. Arabrotypeg, Gems, eta., etc.,-
- . no, oeuto ntgn street.
PHYSICIAN.
Ii.
11. DOWNS JTI.Js., -
iN O. S ()Dm TTntiRA. TrAnfa 1! hpblCa nf f.riA
Ere, Ear, Heart. Tbruatani Luoga. Also. Diseases
of Women and Children..
; PIANOS.
Jr. hiuhi & co
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lights A
Co.'s and Haines A Bra. 'a Piauo.- Also? Organs,
alelodeons and other 'musical instruments.
. . : 36 North High street.
J: , C WOOOH,
: Asent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also. Organs. Melodeons and Sheet luric.
2t bouth High street.
RESTAURANT.
B
AUK EXCHANGE KESTACK ANT,
burner state ana men streets.
CHARLEY M VER. Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
A SiWl NO MACHINES, ; .
rV The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 2 Oriera
House. W. P1MMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
O : UVBlU CO.,
IV. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelrv.
Platedware, Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 Eat Town
street. ." - .
GATES & HABBINGTOK,
(SU"oes8ors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, ailvei Ware and Sdoc-
tacles. No. 2 Neil Houre.
F A. A- Ai I.E QllKUfelX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelri. No. 11 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
B
ANCtiUFI' HKO.V ic CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Uoods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwrnne Block, Town street.
RfcEO, JTONfcS k CO ,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in B ota
and Shoes. No. 2 Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEHEBV GIVEN TO
all whom it ma, concern, that the Citv Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
orgamsea ana carrying on ousiuess as an indepen
dent Banking oinpany at the city ol Cleveland.
Ohio, under an act of the Gei.eral Assembly of the
said State of nhio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
t relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursunce of the statutes of the
said rotate of whio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same te the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
flhm to the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said oity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July 9th. IH8,
,1 v jutiBi u en n ita, rresiaent. :
-. jyll-dltaw6m "
NOTICE.
i r BANK OE. COMMERCE, I
-- I Cleveland, May 22, 1868.1
NOTICE ISHEBEBYGIVEdr TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that alter the expiration of six months from this "
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sect
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
bank the sb cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation oi said Bank in pursuance of -the forty
Srst 4I ) section uf the act to authorise Froe Bank
ing, passed March 21st. 1851.
rr t o J06?.-1 PERKUU8. President
H. R. Hcblbot. Cashier. tmaa5 doi
. The Sisters of St, Mary'is,
OF THE Sf RINGS), BECBNTLV OF
Somerset, Perrv county, will open their large
and spacious .building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition. 75,8. 85 and 90, according to the de-"
partmentof thepipil. bR. ROsE, Sup't.
Address Box 251. au,3-dtf
THB PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
'Kudolph Riokly, on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double briok house,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and one
ore and a half at groBditEaqweof ,
i..ctf-eodlm 109 fcist Friend street, T
The Origin of Petroleum.
Denton, in hia popular lectures on
Geolopy, entitled, "Our Planet, its Past
and Future," after making some re
marks upon ancient sources of rock-oil,
&c., thus speaks of the original causes
of these deposits: : . -.
"This is, then, no " now thing ; but
whence ' cornea it t And in answer to
this question we have many theories,
some of them - sufficiently - ludicrous.
One suggests that, since the earth is a
huge animal, tha rocks its bones, the
water circulation in them its blood, the
grass and trees its hair, the hills pim
ples upon its face, and iEtna and Vesu
vius eruptive boils, all that is necessary
to obtain oil is to bore through the skin
into the blubber of the monster, and oil
very naturally flows from it. Another
supposes that,' during the time of the
flood, the great whales were buried deep
under accumulations of mud, in those
places where the oil most abounds ; and
be nee petroleum is merely autedeluvian
whale oil. It has been suggested that,
since the earth is at . some period to be
destroyed by fire, the oil was probably
prepared against that terrible day when
the match will be applied, and the world
burned up. - -
"Apart from these ludicrous explana
tions, however, men of science have con
sidered this question, and rendered their
verdict.' Professor Silliman 'says . that
'petroleum is uniformly regarded as a
product of vegetable" decomposition.'
Professor Dana says 'protroleu'ra is a bit-
amous liquid resulting from the decompo
sition of marine or land plants (maiuly
the latter), and 'perhaps, also, of some
nou-nitrogenous animal tissues. ' By
many, it is supposed to be a product' of
coal; and hence the name of 'coal-oil,' so
frequently applied to it. Some suppose
that the coal, being subjected to the enor
mous pressure of the overlying beds, has
yielded oil, as a linseed cake does under
a hydraulic press; and I have seen the
theory advanced, that ' the coal, heated
(as it evidently has been in the-coal re
gions of Eastern Pennsylvania), gave off
oily vapors which, rising to the cold re
gion of the upper a'r,"; condensed, and
subsequently fell in oily showers, mak
ing its way as best it could to the hol
lows of the" earth's interior, where the
oil-borer finds it to-day."
'Fa'c'ts play sad havoc with these va
rious theories. If the oil comes from
coal it seems strange that it is so rarely
met with in a coal district. I have visi
ted coal mines In England," Wales,- No
va Scotia, Cape ; Breton, and ;; not less
than ten of the United States, but nev
er saw petroleum in a coal mine. or even
smelt it; and this is an article that nev
er waits for an introduction, but salutes
the olfactories- at "once. Of course, if
this came from coal, coal miues would
be the place in which to discover it; coal
neighborhoods sliould abound with it,
coal , miners be familiar with, it, and
should never be found in rocks older than
the coal measures. The contrary of all
tins' is true. . "When it is found- in the
coal measures it has been forced up from
underlying beds in which it was origi
nally contained. ' . , .. ; -
"In this couutry, nearly all the oil
hitherto obtained has been from beds
that lie below the coal , measures, and
sometimes at a great depth below them.
Qn Oil Greek," in Pennsylvania, it is
found by boring in shales and sand
stones, sometimes to a depth of a thou
sand feet; these beds belonging to the
Chemung group of the Devonian forma
tion, and many hundred feet below the
coal measures; At Enniskillen, iu Can
ada West, where the oil has at one time
come op iu springs, and overflowing,
leaving a thick bed of asphaltum cover
ing the ground for an acre, the limestone
in which borings are mads - contains
characteristic fossils - of the Hamilton
group of the Devonian formation. .:. The
oil wells in Western Kentucky, and in
some parts of Tennessee, are "in the
Trenton limestone that is," in the lower
Silurian formation; and I have seen oil
even at the base of this. The same oil
floats on . the surface., of a -; limestone
quarry near Chicago, the limestone be
longing to the JNiagara group ot the Si
lurian formation, showing conclusively
thai it has no necessary connection with
coal.
" But may it not have been produced
from sea plants, as coal has been from
land plants, as several eminent geolo
gists have supposed ? The . quantity of
tree oil existing in the earth seems to
forbid' this. "I saw a well in Western
Virginia which' produced" twenty-eight
thousand barrels in ten months. From
three wells near Oil Creek, one thousand
barrels spouted in twenty-four . hours ;
and from one, three thousand seven hun
dred and forty. The Big Phillips' Well
struck oil in October, 1 SCI, at a depth of
four hundred and eighty feet. It yielded
about three thousand barrels a day. 1 he
oil rushed out with such violence that
the well could not "be tubed for several
days, and it has been calculated that
forty thousand barrels or oil were lost m
the creek before it could be collected.
The 'Noble' Well struck oil in
April, 1S63. Its daily yield was about
fifteen hundred barrels, at which rate it
flowed for six months. . . .
"There must be lakes of petroleum to
render such flows possible. Where are
the bodies of fucoids or sea-weeds from
which this oil "could flow? The sea
weeds of the - Silurian ' and Devonian
times (in-whoso beds the greatest quan
tity ' ,of petroleum is found) were so
loose in structure, and contained so lit
tle bituminous matter, that their impres
sions do noteven darken the light color
ed shales in which they are found im
bedded. Had these plants been as oily
as fish, their bodies would have left dark
impressions on the shales, as the bodies
of fish do ; and if they were not as oily
as nsh, or as bituminous as land plants,
by what possibility could they produce
lakes of oil 1 Jf the plants had, indeed,
been oily, no oil could have been collec
ted from them, unless preserved from
contact with the air and water. Each
plant being separated from its compan
ions, on being buried in mud, the oil, sup
posing any to exist, would have been
absorbed by it, 'and thus lost.
"Has the oil been distilled from bitum
inous shales, as some suppose 1 I think
not. : It requires a strong heat to distil
oil from shales; aiid generally, where pe
troleum is found in the greatest abun
dance, there" is the least . appearance of
igneous action. j ;
" How was it produced, i then t ' It is
a coral oil, and not a coal oil. I have
In my possession numerous specimens of
tossil coral, obtained from Devonian and
Silurian rocks belong-hio- to the family
of Jocosities, or honeycomb, stone, as the
name, means, the cells of which very
much resemble those of the honeycomb ;
and, as the cells of the honeycomb are
filled with honey, these cells are filled
with oil. ..I have found oil in some speci
mens nearly as limpid as water; and,
by heating the coral, oil runs out readily.
I have seen these oil-bearing corals at
Smokes Creek, where there are coral
reefs full of it ; in the Silurian limestone
of Middle Tennessee ; at Williamsville,
near Buffalo, and in rocks near Penn
Yan, in New York. . In the State Col
lection of Fossils at Albany, and in the
Montreal Goelogical Cabinet there are
numerous specimens. Professor Dana
informs us that it flows in drops from a
fossil coral at Monttnorenci, Canada, and
at Watertown," New York. . .
"It might be supposed that this oil fill
ed the cavities of the corals, as it might
any other cavity in the rocks; but I have
found it repeatedly in these corals, and
in no other part of the rock, invariably
accompanying 'the corals, and never con
nected with any other fossil; these corals
occur freqently in center of certain lime
stone blocks. ' Reefs of such coral would
furnish oil in quantities sufficient to ac
count for the immense deposits that have
been discovered.' Preserved by them in
compact bodies, the oil taking up at least
half the space of the coral reel, we. can
readily suppose,' tbat 'when : the ; cells
were' crushed by the superincumbent
weight of rock, or during upheavals and
subsidences, cavities and crevices in the
earth's interior would be filled by it. ;
"It is, then, an animal production,
and not a vegetable one. It is a pro
duct of the ocean, and not of the land;
being almost invariably associated with
salt water from the bottoms of seas that
then covered a large portion of Western
New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia.East
ern Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. ' It
is not formed from the bodies of the cor
al polyps, as some' have supposed for
when dry they are a mere film, that could
be blown away Ijy a child's breath but
secreted from the impure waters, princi
pally, though not exclusively,-. of the
Devonian times; the ; coral polyps per
forming the same office for the water
that the carboniferous plants did for the
air."';,;." ' ..-'.-.
A Snake in a Watermelon.
- A boy named Cofter, who sells pa
pers " occasionally, ' for the sake of
making a few dimes, yesterday invested
ten cents of hi3 earnings in a water
melon, on Deadenck street. - He" took
it over ' to the ' stalls in the market
house, and in company with a "chum,"
proceeded to have a luxuriant feast. A
large jack knife, which Cofter had pur
chased about two weeks ago with his
savings, was brought into active opera
tion. The melon was cut in two, but
horror to horrors ! inside one half of the
melon was a young &nnke, yellow as a
leek, and about nine inches long! The
half in which he had bis habitation was
nearly all Hollow. 1 The young snake
darted his forked tongue fiercely and
aimlessly about five times, the first durt
he made hitting the forefinger of young
Cofter, who immediately ran off to the
drug store on the corner of Cherry and
Cedar streets", but finding ' no doctor
he hurried up Cedar still further.' ; We
learned afterward that the physician
cut off the first joint of the bitten fin
ger, and "sent the boy home in a hack
telling him it would be all right.
The little snake was caught and put
into a fruit jar, by Whitesides, a butch
er's assistant, who lives out in German
town. It is a most extraordinary freak
of nature, and it seems impossible to
account for how the snake could have
got into the heart of a large and appa
rently sound melon. The part in which
it was, found was thrown violently
against a post by Cofter, : and bruised
aud broken in such a way ' that . it was
impossible to ascertain whether there
were any holes or damaged spots on the
rind. - The case is decidedly uuusual.
Nashville Times'- -. i i : : . .. ....",
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Executor's Sale of Heal
,r ' -' Estate.'" 11 '
rN PITRSCAHIC OF AN ORDER OF
1. the Co. irt of Common Pleas of Franklin coun
ty, Ohio, I. will offer for sale at public auction, on
the 14th day of November, 1868. at 1 o'clock. P. M.,
upon the-premies the following described real es
tate, si'uaie iu Franklin county, Ohio, being the
east halt seotion it, lot io, coirnsnip ia. range zi,
retugeo tract, excepting therefrom 901 seres off the
south side there 'f now owned by Bdisha Whitsell
and Huidah Whitsell, containing 128 and 26-100
acres, rtsid real estate will be sola ia three equal
parcels of 42 8-100 acres each, fronting on the ooun-
Lot No 1. which is the south one-third, is ap
praised at V4a per acre.
Lot No. a, the mid i le third, at t50 per acre.
lir. No s. tne north third, st S45 Der acre.
Terms ot Sale One-third in hand, the residue
In ooe and two Tears from the day of sale, with an
nual interest, secured by mortgage on the preui-
( wifl also sell at the same time and place, a lot of
corn in shock; also, some nay aoa buoKwneat.
Terms made known the day of sale.
, Oct. 5, 1668. ANTHONY W. TAYLOR,
Kxeeutor of Daniel Whitsell. dee'd.
Geo. L. Convkksk. Att'y. oct8-w4t
Legal Notice.
Ellen Grove, Plaintiff.
against
In i
nt.)
divorce.
Stephen F. G-ove. Di fondant. 7
V'lll'iCK In Hr.Kr.x5X U1V1SJ TU lUG B11U
L, defendant that the said Di lintiff tas filed her
p9 ition in the Court of Commrn Pleas for tbe
Cou ityof J- ra"Klin, in the state ef Ohio, praying
rho said Court fir a dissolution ot tha marriag be
tween the said plaintiff and deie daut. for tbe
re8i,n, 1st. uf tbe gross neglect of duty by tbe
defendant in his utter fa lure to make any provi
sion whatever for her support, and 2d. his wilful
absence for more than three years.
The application for divorce as aforesaid will be
heard at the November Term of the said Curt
(1888), . , xiLLhiN UK.U V
J. G. Miller, Attorney.
.September 30, 1868, octl-w4w-T
DENTISTRY.
DR. DMcBRIAR,
Dentifrt, is making lull
upper sets of the very best
quality of arti6oial Teeth
for $15 and $20. For
strength, durability and
beauty tbey can't be surpassed in the State. All
work a arranted to give perfect satisfaction or nu
oharge.
Office and residence. No 179 East Town street,
between Fourth and Fifth streets, :
Columbus'. Ohio. ,
jy30rdlwitw3m
Drs Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
BUCKEYE BIiOCK.
REGARDING THE TEETH OK THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invte you to call at our pleasant Deu
tal rooms. No. 18 East Itioad street.
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
tist. ' '
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with com
fort a id serve tbepurpi s ot speech. matinatiou
and beauty. As Dentists we aim to be the bett, and
furnish all that's good.
Teeth extracted without pain . y-wsm
DR. EC. O. HELMICK
plVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
T tbe treatment of diseases of Females. Tbere
are many ladies iu every oooinjunity who are afflict
ed with what is teru-ed female wea-ness. Dr.
HeimicR has discovered a remedy tnat is warrant
ed t j cure tbe most severe cases, no matter bow
long standi' g. Ladies can consult the Doctor at
bis othceor by mail, on all diseases peculiar io theii
ex ' The strides ipriiacy observed in all oases.
Office No 155 North High street, Columbut, Ohio.
juS-ytly ' '
COI'N'I'Y DO AH If SCHOOL EXAJTII
NEKS' MEETINGS. The Board of Sobool
Exarainersof Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturdav o
each month in tbe year- Also, on tbe second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall in inths.
aprio-wtf -
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MEDICAL.
BIMHiTBTja
HinapiiREirsv
. noiHEOPATIIIC SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLB
experience, an entire succees: Simple
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the '
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use,
so simple that mistakes cannot be made ia
Using them ; so harmless as to be free from dan- -ger,
and so efficient as to be always reliable. .
They have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render satislkctloa.
Hoa. Cent.
1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.25
, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Collc.28
5, " C'rylnsr-ColicorTeetliingof Infant25 .
,4,. ' Diarrhoea of Children or Adults. .25
6, Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic.25
6, 14 C'hoIcra-JIorbna, Vomiting. 25
7, Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
8, - Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. .25
9, " ' HeadachesSickHeadache,Vertlgo25 '
10, a" Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 25
.11, Snpnressed, or Painful Periods.. .25
" 12, 'WtLites, too profuse Periods 25
13, " Croup, Cough,pimcult Breathing. .25
14, v." '-8altHheam,Erysipclas,Eruptiuns25
15, " Itheuniatisin, Rheumatic pains.. 25
16, ! " Fever & Ague, Chill Fever, AguesSO
17,, " l'ilea, blind or bleeding 60
18, " Opthalmy, and sore or weak EyesSO
,19,i u Catarrh.acute orchronlc,Influenza50 '
SO, " Whooplng-4ugu,violentcough50 ;
-i 81,; Asthma, oppressed Breathing. 50
53, Ear Discharg;es,impairedbearingGO ---S3,,
" Scrofulsueularged glauds,swelluig850 ,
54, '"' &encralDebility,pnysicaiweakness50
" S5, Dropsy, and scanty Secretions 60
: 86,. " Sea-SivRness,sicknessfromridingQO
87,. " Kidney-Disease. Gravel ...60
- 88, " Mervous Debility Seminal . '
. .. ; '- Emissions, involuntary Dis-
' ' .! i ' chargee....; 1 00 -.
89, " Sore Month, Canker 60
SO,! " Urinary Weakness, wetting bedSO '
81, " Painful ferloda, with spasma.. 60
84,1 " Oufl'crlngs at chanjro of life 1 00
83,, " Epllepsy,8pasms,b-t.Vltus'Ianccl 00 -84,
" Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat.M
j jr.4.MIZT CASES , ,.,..'
Of 35 to TO large vials, morocco
or rosewood case, containing; -
a speclUc tr every ordinary
., disease a family Is subjeet to, '
and books ol direction!)
From $10 to $31
. Smaller FamllyandTravelliigrcases,
with 20 to 28 vials ....from $5 to (8
Specifics for all Private Dlseao,both .
for Cnring and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocket casea,$2to$S .
... POND'S EXTRACT,
Cnres Burns. Brnlses, Lameness,
Soreness., Sore Tliroat.Spraliin.Toolh
che. Earache, Neuralgia, Itheuma .
tlsnt, I. (I nibairo. Plies, Bolls, Stings, '
Sore Eyes, Bleeding of th Lungs,.
Nose, Stomach, or or Piles: Corns, fl
eers, Old Sores. Price 50 cts. to $1.75
These Remedies, except POND'S EX-
: TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ot the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price. .
Address Humphreys' SpecifiO
- . Homeopathic Medicine Company, .
Office and Depot, No. 5G2 Broadway, New York.
Dr. Humphreys is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forma of
disease.
; FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. .
jyl3-deod&wly
" DRUNKENNESS
s toy s'rs-5a4s5sv'4 '
., - - -CURED WITH
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
TiHE ONLY INFALLIBLE KEIRDYi
1 Can be gtvn with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Dr' Johnston's Trettise on "Drunk
enness, its 'onseau?nces and Cure." free on ao
plication. Price of p oifio per bottlo, $150, cr
mree ootues lor 4.uu. . . .
Aug. J. ! ohuell er,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, -o1umbus, O
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS
seplT-drAsiwly
The Great Medicine for llie Six In, cure .
( without mil, every kind of an ' "
alirhtlr eruption of the lace, -i
or Itelilnr, Irritating, or
, : dlMtrcavUiir villaneous
diMRM on any part
' or the persou.
; It ncttrttf rfVwtrd me " that mtrriifying errtn--
firm, and I mh how looking quite like a own," writes
f'harle E. Noltlr-. GetuTiil Agent of Mich. Central
K. K., 173 Broadway, N. Y. . . rj. , , .
We find it an inralHabte remedy for Tetlr rftjM"
write Hiley Bro., DruggietM, fair fluid, Iowa. - . .
-- I hnve tried yonr vnUtahle rtmedy for Barber
Itch with preat mccea,'1 writes ii. W.-Dumont, of
Leomiustor, Miis. r .
r-, , Bend for circular. Price, 75 cts. and SI. 00. .
Trepared only by SOLON PAL3IER,
? ' '' 35 West Fonrtli Street, Ciucinuati, 0-
For sale by Druggists generally. l
iept21-deod4wly -
T PH LOSO I'ETY OP MARRIAGE. A New
Cot R8B OF LsCTUKKa, as delivered at the jNew
xotK Aluseuui of AnaLomy, embraciDg tbe sub
ieotsr Ho to live and what to live for: Youth
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases aocouuted tor; alarrtage pDuosopn
icallr considered, tfeo. - -
Focket volumes containing tbe-e lectures will be
forwarded to pnrtie unable to attend, on reeciotof
four stamps, bv addressing h.(JKbTA.KY, iSaw
Your. Mesgrx or Anatomy atst Sciescb. Gin
Broadway . bvw York. vNY-feb23-dlv
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000 "
BOOKS WASTED FOR BIXDIXG.
HAVE YOU
i A KT BOOKS. KIAR ' ZHES. SHEET
i A. MUSIC. Ac. Ac. that you wish to have
bound in a nice hnn binding, promptly, at low
prices7 Books sent for and returneii to any part of
toe city ny giving notice tniougn postcince, or at
tne -
Fraaklifl Steam Botk Bindery
"' AND ' -
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
. One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State. '
. Booms 34. 36, 38 North Hich Street,
(Over Messrs Hievins A Myers', and Statesman
htcatn Priutinu O&cea.)
BLANK BOOKS!
BLtNK HOOKS!!
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of every descriotirn and q-iality, from the hi- hest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required patiero, and superior workmanship,
ut the lowest prices.
Orders fnui C unty Otnsers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Officers requiru.g f-UeEHOR BLANK
BuOKS. will beeieouted promptly, with our per
sonal attention. -
- Your patronage respectfully solicited. ' , , .
N. W. LEFAVOIt, .
' 00t3-deod6m : Proprietor
SIB SERT & LILTjEY,
Blank Book Masufactiirers,
. PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK BOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Hetd
ings. for
COUNTY" OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, HANFF ACTTTBKRS
, BANKERS, BAILBOAD OOMFAN1XS. AO.
AW Full sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERt HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouly ! C0LVXBU8. OBIO.
COAL..-
COAL.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
W1LLCON IIMITE 'I'HE COAL BTJS1.
NB -8 at his present stand,
""' Tin. 1S5 "forth llieh tatreet,'
and'will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
H0CKINO COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest mirket price. - --. - o. .
mtr hpecial attention paid to Shipping.
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
lo all wAoffi it may concern :
' - CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Colcmbus. O., Sept- U. Iau3.
Kotice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for
making the following improvements,' to wit :
For repaving tbe sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Uroad street. .- ii. -t
Also, toonstruot a twelve inoh stone pipe sewer
on Seveoth street from a point opposite the north
line of VV. C. Brown's loton Broad street to a point
opposite the north line of the first alley north pf
Broad street east of Seventh street, '
(Also, for constructing stone aroheulvert of such
dimensions as may be required, across Broad street
where the proposed ditoh erosses the same near
Aoheson's lane.
Al-o. to establish the boundary line of Park street
between Korth Publio lane and the bridge over
the CCA I C. Railway, and to erect marks at
tueh points as the same may be easily known. -
Also, for eraniog and paving the unpaved side
walks, gutters and crossings, and grading and grav
eling tbe roadwa r of Walnut alley from Fair alley
West to Front street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared bythe City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office of tbe City Clerk.
All personsolaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on o
before the Thirty-first day of October. A. L). 1863.
L. E. WILSON.
seplT-dltawtw . .-City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
it may Ccncern : .
,.. '" CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.1 ' V
- Coxuiibos. O., Kent. 33,1888.1 '
Kotice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus for mak
ins the following improvements, to-wit : i :
For grading and pvios the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from Hiokory
alley to riorth street;- ---i - .;,,-..,,, f-.
Also, for araditig and paring the unpavsif s'iJo
walks, gutters and crossing on the south side of
North street, from Tbird street to Fourth stieat;
AIbo, for grading and paving the gutters a:.d cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and gra (inx the
roadway on Mnbawk street, from South Public Une
to rtjeamore street.' - - ' '
Also, for trading and repaving the eidewalk and
guttor and oro-sinc on Rich street, in front of Lot
Io. 6 of Dcnnison's sobdivisian of outlot No. 39;
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Chapel street, from Fair alley to Front street;
Also, . for grading and paving the gutters and
curbing on the sontn side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
aliey: .. , . . , ,
Aiso, for bnildirg a double tow flag orossing
across Linn alley at the es.st side of High street; ..
The same to be done in accordance with the plate
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk. -
All nersons claiming damases on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tne otnee ot tne uierK, in writing, on or
before the Eighteenth day of Jiovember, A. D.
. ' " L'. F. -WILSON.
o;t5 dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may concern :
" ' City Clerk's Offtce.I
" . ! COLUMBUS. O.. Aug. 27, 1868. j
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in tne city council otuoiumbas,tormak.
ing the following imDrovements.to-wit
For grsding aud paving the t utters and graveling
tue siuwwbiks mi graiiinH iiie rouway ox parsons
street from South Public lane to division street. .
Also, for grading and Davins tbe nnDaved side
walks, gutters and orossings, and grading and ctav
eling the roadway of Fair alley trim Rich street to
Walnut alley, and also for grading and graveling
the roa tway of Fair alley from Walnut alley to
Town street
Also, for grading Parson's lane from East Public
lane to the oorpoiation line. -Aiso.
for buil in a double row flagstone cross
ing across Third strest at the north side of Long
street. . , ... - , ,
. Also, for grading and paving tbe nnnaved gutters
and orossinas and grading and graveling the side
walks on John street from Cleveland avenue to
W-hinton avenue-' -'- -
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepsred by the City Civil Engin
eer, and hied in- tne otnoe or trie uity titers.'
All uursons claiming damages on Recount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file tbeir
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, oo or
belore tne ixineteentn nay oi uctouer, a. d. iboo
. .i.;;:n : . . .' ii. E. Wilson, :
augSS-dltawAW . , . - . City Clerk-
Paving Notice.
To qU whom it may Concern :
' i CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ' j 1
-i; Columbus, O.. Sept. ai. 1868.
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted in tne vity council ut Uoiumbus. for
maKmg the loiiowing improvements, to-wn: - ' -For
reDavina the gutters and resetting the enrb
ing on tbe west sids of Seventh street between
friend street and Rioh street. ,:.i i ...
Also, for psving the unpaVed sidewaltts on the
east s de of Fifth street between Rich street and
Cherry street. . , ,
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
from iligb street to Fair alley.
Also, tor grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from tn C. C A C. railroad depot to the line
ox w m. nan s property. . i-
- Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to ne prepared ty tne city civil i.ngi
nenr. and filed in the office of the Citv Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
nronosed imsrovemeota. are reouirad to file their
claims in the office of two Clerk, in writing, on or
belore tne seventh day oi Aovemoer. a. l. ihos.
.... ... L. E. WILSON,
sepM-dltaw4w ' ' ' City Clerk'
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Concern.
'. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, j
:"-''. Columbus. 0 Aug. 31. 1868.1
' Notice is hereby given, that proceedings havebeen
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the followii g improvements, to-wit: .
For grading and paving tbe gutters and crossings
and trading tne roadway on Vat street rrom wash
ineton arenue to East Pnblie lane. -
The same to be done in accordance with plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En-gin-
er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on accouot. of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before tbe Mneteentn day ol Uoteber, A. D
1808 .
...',' ... ' L. E. WILSON
ep!S-dltaw4w i - ::. City Clerk;
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
;.t I.
.... , i IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WATCHES;
.-. . ii; . . ... -
, :; ; clocks, ; " '' ,'
. filU'KR nnd
' PL4TEI) WARF, ;
CAISES, . ..... Uil'tCXACLES!!,
,60Li ik:!S, : -V ''. ,."'Y
POCKET-BOOHit ant '. i o -,,-r
OPER A GLASSES,
' " ' IN ENDLESS VARIETY. .. : '
Keep constantly on band a large assortment of '
SettA Tlianaai and Waterbtas-r Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade.) Also,, Agents
for the
T ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at.
low rates.
4y All orders promptly tilled and satisfaction
guaranteed. -, ,
F. A. A L. LKSQUEREOX. '
fehU-eodly ,No. 71 South High st Coluiubns.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
, .,.-f DEAUEB-IN -.-,; -
ilOSiCAJU INSTRDMENTS, Ac.
173 Sonth High street. Columbus. O. Resairlng
carefully done and warranted. -m7-eodSm
FURNITURE.
MICaAEL HALM. CHAKLIS 0. BELLOWS.
C. P. h- BUTLKB.
II A LH, RK:L.sL.eiVS Sc. BliTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nos. 216dt2I8SoutlA Hisrntst., - .
, coLvimtcs. Ohio.
7 heir eastenttvt Manufactory it at Me Toot ot
aoum ccf, on tne uimu
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, now extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. .They manuiacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL. AND
. ., . KITCHEN FURNIiljRE , , ;
of all classes and every design of superior work
manahio aud finish. Also, Can--Seat Chain of
eve-v description. Wholesale and Retail. - ,.
teb8-dediT . . .
- GROCERS. ,
Jl'COLM, , MILE S ; & ll'UOA'ALDS,
NO. 134 & l SOUTH HIGH STREET- -O
H O O E K .
t)ROKIETOrlS COLC1UHUH POW
t DERMAGAZINB.andagentsforthe sale of
Haiard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
hesaleof ' -.'.-;
GARDNER, PHIPPS' A CO.'S ... .
Celeurated SnRar Cured llams
and dealers in
FOBEIG2T, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
1 . .1 GROCERIES - ...
in all tnoir varieties, .Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigars, etc. ' iull-eodly ,
tPAi?ERWAREHQUp;CTy
PAPEH WAREHOUSE.
!pni
Y33 oitaro;;
U ' ' I
The attealion of the Trade is called to the aspejia .
,J; ,. , ... oxsuiekef I: , ,,,J3
:,i ; . J.urjri-'sir- it,
PAPERS'; OFALL RINUS,,,.,
; i -"- " :3 t-j i..
'": .: ; '. ;''' -.f,;;;--'
i '. 'TJ". Just received ndf ; sale by
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' .1 :
NEVIXS & MYERS I
: ' H ' -' -i - t,
.r-rr. ..if -,,,., .. .
36, 38 & 40 NORTH HIGH ' . :ot
-uji i.)
't HUJd .1 i.il - n;i
r C O L UMSlTSTr'-
.flrfO ! T i!n,om. Bt
i-'o') v f r.L;-'.vi a-..T isM, 0;j
I Oar stock Somprisea a full line ot -
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- INSURANCE. 'M t- T. n
Auditor of State's Certificate
AS TO THE BUSINXBS AJiD AFfAJBg.OV THE .,. J
CONTIXEmii : IXSUIUNCEi :
t) , yt !-: - . -.:.'":- ':'.! r,M
;;; .,, OF NEW IOBK.
, TOS Tax YXAB DXCZMBXll Si.."li6f.v.',
Capital fully paid up. ..---. T.-...50O.0OO OO . .
Amount of available assets ....lsll,oOO 31
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CERTIFICATE 1K PIBL CAI18H, , .,
. ! AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)'-'1 "''O
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arn 1 , . Columbus. O-. February 15, 1B68.
R is nereby certified. That the Continental fFire)
Insuraroe Comoany, Located at Kew kork.-ia the 7 lo
State of New York, has complied, in all respects,.
.. with thelaws of this State relating te such lnsut-l
ancs Companies, for the ourrent year, and has filed ,,,
in 'bis Office a sworn Statement, by vhe proper '
' Officers, showing its condition and business, at the 1 9''i
date of such statement, as follows: , , r. ...... (1js
1 Amount of actual paid-up Capital..'...', tboo.noo ot"
Aggregate amount of available assets. .. .l.SMSSft 31' ! lii'-t
Aggregate amount ot . Liabilities,- (ine -.
. Re-insnrai ee .' ....... 881 frW '
Amount ot income for the pre edingyear 81H.08A i (
Amouut of expenditures for the preced- .
-. ing years..rf.-rf...w.':i --'..4 splA4II4T.i!iSif,
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subecriotd,!, ;)
. mv name, and caused tbe Seal of my
sbalJ Offioe to be affixed, the day and year above' ''"'',
wriUsn. ., -ff.-t :. ttp-:S wii jc!f
JA. H. GO OMAN. Auditorof State. .
,, By Jas. Willi ams. Ohiet Clerk. ' ' '
. Geo. P. O'Harra & CcVA gents."
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,. - A3 TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE
PACIFIC INSURANCE COPP y,
i OF SAW FJKAWC1SUO, tJAA.f,(,t)jr ?(JT
CERTIFICATE I'OK PCBLIOATIOIT, efiEOI
1 " AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICsfi"' X'l
DEPABTMEKT OF iNamAKCR. i-.IJ.'lltL
' ' . - Columbus. Sept. lvth. icon. .. f-,-;
It is hereby certified, Tbat the Pacifi Insurance
Company, located at San i ranoisoo. in the State of ..'; rf
California has eornplied. iu gll respects, with the- l
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com-'
panics, for the onrrent year, and has filed .ia Uiie J hJ
office a sworn statement, by the proper officers,
showing its condition and business, at tbe eat of I'i'-U
such statement, as follows, gold currency t ; - n , , , jrv
Amount of actual paid up Capital.'... tl'ooo.ono DO
Aggregate amount ef Available assets. I,S8,818 0J 3ilJ
Aggregate amount of Liabilities. 35829 88 ,.., ,r
Amount of income for the preceding ' ' 1 J
year... j 708.003 V ; jj,
Amount of expenditures for the pre- .
ceding year... ....i-3886 la-snas
' In witness whereof. I have ' hereunto snbsoribed" "1
s ,, my name, and caused the Seal of my Office . mat
IsealJ ' to be affixed, the day and year above,
''- , -- writtenuj t.si;-ii -- -. 1 l--i -ite-it Wtit
... - ., JAS, WILLIAMS..
- s. J II Chief CTerk for inditor of State.
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lacvi l 9 r uuiia tv vuj lAgcuu)
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" ' AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE
'. I . .. .. .. t.-t -.eUt MM!
NORTH BRITlSn & MERCANTILE '
: '' ' i cbirMPAMY, P''"
Of London and Edinburgh. 'r
j AUDITOR OF STATB'SOFFIOB,)-ii r. l.i. ?!
1 Insurance Department.
- - . Columbus. O.. h-ept. 18. 1868
' It Is hereby certified . That- the North Briflsn 1
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of London aad ulT
- Iidinbutgh, has comj lied in .11 respects with the . . ,L.
laws of this SwterelatiDgto Fire InsuTerJoe-onr 1,1 ' Ji
Tanies of foreighn GevernmenUi for the eBirra , )
Fear.inolndinrti e deposit of One Hundred Thou
sand Dollsrs for ibe security, of PoKoy holders re-13 Zh-j
- siding in the State of O010. and that the sworn r . .w
statement of its proper office ra. fiied in this depart 1 "
meat shows its condition and business at the data, i sjr
of such statement (Deo. 31, 1867) as follows : "
Amount of aotual paid up eopila!-' ". " 250,000
Aggregate amount of available assets 13 S0S.S0S liii
-. Aggregate amount of liabilities L7A31() 30. . , ,, :
Amount ef income for the preceding '' -
year f.eW0,air8,j- i-Mii
Amount of expenditures for tbe preoed- A.r,,,-T
... lniejt.i.,,.-,.l'.4k.,....-.".rf'W.'l,JJi! 1
' in'witnesi whereof. I have Breuntp enbsariberrii wo'S
if., ); -mv name And caused the Seal of my Offioe a
sbalLi to be affixed the day and- year above
1 written.
'i JAS. H. GODMAN. As
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1 1 By Jab.' Williams. Chief pie:
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