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"COLUMBUS, OHIO, TUESDAY' MORNING j OCTOBER 20j 1868.-
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R X. BK0VKE8, ,
"Arehiteet. Ciil EiwSneef.Ae. '
Office ovei the N ational Kichantre Bank
& HASH, ;'- ' r.1.-i
'ATTOKNiiVS AT LAW ' - -n t
Office. No. 9 iioaUi High street. Ana boa Build.
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ATTORHKy-AT-LAW ft MAYOR,
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EDWARD T. DeLANl, , . : ; ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW A Notary Poolio. ' ,
; . - -. ' - Office in Parsnn'a Building.'
ATTORN if -A T-LAW A Notary Pnblio. :
umoe idi toatn aign street.
AUCTION; AND COMMISSION.
J . BEAL, '
Atntieneer and Dealer in Keal Estate Honse
hoidUoda,01othuig and Notit.ns,
,No. 7 West Broad street.
GEOttCE nilEK, ' c- - -
Barber aad tiair Dresser. Hot and Cold
Baths. Basement Postoffioe Bjildinit.
;lbK'l As CflA.L.K'r,
C5 Book Binder. Blank Booir. U anafactorers.
Printers and Publishers,
BOOTS & SHOES.
T. WILfLlASla Sc. t".,
144 8oatk' Hirt etrecl. Just receiVed. an
elegant assortment, .new styles, low pnoes. . La
ditn, piean cali -j ; ; . . .
It the noted koose for good BoeU aad Shoes
tat tew prices. New Stock jnstreceired.
- T Sonth High street.
ROBIKSOW & CO ,
- Dealer In Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal.
Joina. Drain Tub and IS tone aewer rine.
, . .. No.Ml torth Hiith street. 1
COMMISSION MERC BANTS.
H FITCH 6c SON,
e Comaissioa, Forwarding and Produce Mer
ehaats. dealers in Grain, Floor. Ac, 87 W. Broad
itreet. .- :. - . ;.-.
JLe ilanufac Utters and Dealers in French, Ger
man and American Corsets. Also. Hoop skirts.
. . -:i -, . ... . 101 Opera House.
TT7M. wKLXON, -. -r-
VV Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China.
Queensware, Glass, Plated Goods, Lamps and Lamp
f ixtures. . 48 ftorJi High street.;
CV 'A. rtAtl', - r.v !(.-'
Jm Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Crockery; China, Glass, Cutlery, Plated Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps, Ao.
. 159 South High street.-
WAtANK k EIHiTlIHIOKM, -..
. . -.: . No. 18 Bast Broad street-'"
We Hm to be the .. f .-
Gf ) W-DCNN, DENTIST. The best style
of Dentistry, including Dana's Improved
Atiaeral Plate. Omnef10andll Opera Block,
CLUIKLI V tO-, ' '
..Dealers in Dry Good. Notion. Carpets, Oil
- Cloths, Mattings, Shades. Hats, Caps and Furs,
corner Biga and Friend streets. - ' ..
J p. osBnum tc , o.,. "...
- - - 148 South Hieh street
Carpets, Matting, Oil Qotha,Gurtain, Stable and
rany ury uooo. . -.- .-- . -: -.;i'a . .
- ""l'--Ac ISV'.- A. VAVi '-' -
11 i Wholeaala and Retail Dealers'!: Stable 4nd
Fancy Dry Goods. aod; alanafaoUirer of Ladies'
TOIIUfH T. BUT 4300DSI (TORE,:
Xj F Krum A Co.. eash dealers in Dry Good and
Aottons, iho soutn 1 onrtu street. . ..
TAinligllAIJAjHiltM., 'sn .
fj Wholesale and ReUil Dealer in Dry Good.
Naugliton Building. N oe-11B and 132 bouth .Jdign
Dealei in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
uenu j urnuaine uoooa. no. 5 neu nous. - -
C-iiLutAiatsr, oaAt Ato.f
J Dealer in Staple and Fanoy Dry Gooda -
... .'!,- . ... No.8.Bouth riighsgeet.
A clt MivAUIitit A 4!H " .'
x -Foreign and Domestic Dry Good, Cloths,
i ur, etc. ' voi bob tri niga street. t
Deror uuuusTuujE. 1
JOHN S. BOBliRTS.
Drugfist ana Apothecary. - -... - .
' - -54 North High street.
YV tlOLnS ALB A BE 1 AIL UKUtraiaia.
... . - loo South High St., Columbus, G-
X Wholesale and ReiaU DrnggUU, and Deal an
' 84 North High street
RICH KM IIOOKE,
Designer. Engravers and Publisher,
rial ana oiner seats engravea 10 oraer.
No. 107 and 1Q9 South High street
Manufacturers aad Wholesale and Retail Deal
,m1. . . ,.ii,,r. lhAira. MaAtraasea. etc.
No. 101 South High St. (Opera House),
A V MM sift sVTl shat Ml 'r TIH.h 4JOa
A I u.nnf..,ra nt tirHtnliuui ('arnitnre. Whole-
flle and KeUii Warerooiua, tf, 7 anil 6 tiwjnbd
1 Is. Aftafflsi nuNttr 6c CO.,
J. Dealer, in ManUes. Stove and House Fur
nishing Good. Alo. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware. - 17 East Town ftreet.
A KENS & STUART, .
House Furnishing Goods. Mantle. Grate,
Conner. Tin and feueet Iron, Stoves and Mantle.
t aoa South High street. '
Dealer in Hardware, Bouse Furnishing Goods,
Marble and Slat Mantle. Urate. Suve. Hot Air
f urnaces. Ao. . - HQ North High street
HOOP SKIRTS. ;
E. Manufacturer and Wholesale- Dealer in Hoop
Skirt and Oorsots. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
s7ndFanoyGood,lo3SoBthHightreet,.r . ...
HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
Dealer in MusieaJ Merchandise. Boots. SteM
tionerj and Faner Goods cenerallT. special Aneot
for the celebrated EUaa Eowe Gold Medal Sevrinj
Machine.. .. . . ... No. 6 South Hiao street.
v-HATS & GAPS. -. , 8 i
UKS. OT..OT. LM.VF,- ' .. I." 1 ' '
MX (Suooesaor to . Laaf.) Dealer in Hals, Caps,,
Fan and fctraw Goods 2i Honth Hifcn ftroet. . .
. ... 1 . .', . , (feian Golden Ht) '
1 1 -.
ATIOKAL HOTl!l,,! t - x.
1 -Opposite Depot. ' 1
- J. H. DAVIDS0M. Proprietor.
u riiu aii aten MOTEi,, -;
Corner High and Town streete. i 1;:
f 3 , , ;JS, J. BLOUNT. Proprietor)
ZfcXTIvEIl HOUSE, . ,;. - .
Corner - Konrth A Friend sts. ' Commodious .
touso and extensive stables. ' , 1
s f i ;ir i' L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.?
240 South Muth street. Uood staDiing attaon- .
td to premiseav 1 ..,' .. ,
I 1 1. . a ; r , r. iBAiVDJiBirropnfWir.i 1
0 ) IK? 1k
CONtuBoricvr ncTDAi.' tirB
1 raranoe Company. Assets. $18,' 00,000. ! 1.
WM. JAAUSUJN, Agent. UOlumDOS, U. : .l
VTEWKIKK ' WILTENBERCEB,
1 GEN tEAL AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Comf&ajij H i .1 ' : . . - - No. Opera House. -
OMK INSCUANCK COMPAIV OF;,
Columbus. O. , apital and Assets. W6C.514.I7.
C. M. BAKER, Peo'y-. ; . -
omce. iNos. T upera House .
v MILLINERY, GOODS. .
, iv . stlittMons, -- i.----,
. Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.1 : -'
11 8. High street. Opera House Block.
Dealer in Millinery, titraw Good and Trim
mings, - No- 67 North High street, ' .
J. II . WILKIC, " ,
Dealer in Millinery. Oress and Cloak Trim-,
mines - nd Fancy Good 130 South Hikh street.
j .". MERCHANT, TAILORS. : u
SCHAr HAf'SEN Ac WOHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailor and Dealers in Gents' Fur-,,
I .i: .- liiu f 'i 1 ',' No. 68 North High street,
CW. NISWASIDEK, - . t: f :
Merchant Tailor nd Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also azentforthe Diamond tShirts.
, y. , .,...- i.' 121 South High street. -
THE OHIO blERVHANT TA1LOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High sr. -Gents'
suit made- to order. . Rieady-made Clothing al
ways on hand.
JOHN (1. KICKE1BACUEU,
Merchant Taiior and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods. ' . , ,
. No. 61 North High street
MERCHANT TAILOR, 330 Honth High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly en hand. - , .
AKDKEWS SC UUIXt . .
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers
No. 55 iSoulh High street, next door to Postollice.
A?r News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English.
331 .South High street. .
j PAPER -WAREHOUSES.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and Wrappiug Papers, 83 A 85 North High st.
tVlNS & 1TIYEH.S. -
llaaleni in Priiitinr- B00V. Wrltinir and Fine '
Papers 8. 38 A 40 North High street.-- -
ALUWiK Sc 8TKVENS, -
81 riomh High street.
e PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Piotures made in every style and sise.
r holographs, Ambrotypes, ueras, eten etc..
N 0. 238 South High street.
Era. downs, m. i.
' No. S Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Bye, Ear. Heart, Tbruat and Lungs. Also, Disease
of Women and Children.
J F.UAHB1S ACO.,
a Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lichte A
Co.' and Haines A Bro.'a Pianos. Also, Organ.
Melodeons and other musical instrnments.
'-,.' so North High I-treet.
J . j; WOO DM, 1
Agent for Chlckering's' and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet dlusio.
. . . 1 South High street .
BANK EXCTUANOK RESTAURANT,
Corner State and Hish streets. . ,
i - 4JHAKLB I Mi BR, Proprietor.
ET1A SEW11VU illACHINEs),
V 'Til hAst in Ih. wnrlit. Nna 1 -nil ()Hn
House. . .... W. PIM.MEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
!;' DDNBatt Ac CO.,
IV. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Plated wars, Speotacleg. Ac., No. 11 Bst Town
GATES Sc HARRINGTON. "
, (Sueoessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers In Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver War and Speo
taoles. No. Neil House.
F A . & c, lej-qukbefx, '
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street' -
ANCtiOFT BROS. c CO.,
' VT notesaie ueaiers in ury uooos ana notion.
! 3 land 4 Gwynne Block, Town street
REED, JONES' 6c CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boot
and Shoes. - No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
1 all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business a an Indepen
dent Banking xmpany.at the city ol Cleveland.
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled MAn Aot to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 84tb, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and dosing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said state of Ohio injuch case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety percent of the maximum
amount of its circulating note, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of 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 Auditor of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the oifioe of the National City Bank'
of 1 leveland, at the said eity of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. -
Done by order of the Board of Director of the
BANK OF COMMERCE, ) .
1 - '. Cleveland, May 22, 1868.)
NOTICE IS HERESY 61 VEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after the exnir&t.inn nt nf ntfinthl from this
I date, application will be made to the Auditor, See-
""u i reasurer oi state to surrender to saia
Bank the sh eks deposited to secure the outstanding
oirculation ol said Bank in pursuance of the forty
first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March list. 1851.
- TT B r, r,i0,SEi?11 PERKINS, President .
H. B. Hcrlbct, Cashier. may26 d6m
The Sisters of St. Marv'e,
;F THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY OF
aomersei,, rmrr cjuuty, win open tneir large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in neptemoer, una. r or Board and
Tuition. (75, (80, 085 and $90, according to the de
partment of thepapil. SR. ROSE, Sup'u
AaaresB do uo-au
FOK HALE. "
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Kudolpb Riokly, on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double brick house,
stable, slaughter bouse and outbuildings, and one
aor and a half of ground. Enquire of
, .. - . - JACOB IMS,
. oetT-eodlm 169 fcsat i'riend street
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
MARSEILLES, October 1st, 1868.
TJpto this afternoon there is no very
Important news from Spain. The whole
bountry.baa unanimously accepted the
programme of the Revolution. The com-
fiosition of the Provisional GovernmeTit
8 - not yet ''oflSeially ' known, but little
flonbt is entertained that M arshal'Serra
ho and General Prim will be members of
it; also Don. "Jose' OTozaga (brother of
the distinguished chief of the Progresista
party, Salustiano Olozaga,) Cantero, a
Senator belonging to the party, of the
Liberal-Union; JTiguerota, i a , moderate
pemocrat; and . Eivero, an ex-deputy,
who is of the most advanced patty.: In
Uadrid, a communication- has been re
ceived from Dort Salustiano Olozaga, ad
dressed to the Provisional Government!,
congratulating them oh the success, of
the change they all have labored to
bring about;' and declaring the' writer's:
firm determination not.to become a mem
ber of the ' Provisional Government. . .1
see that a Paris journal name's General
Dulce as a member of that Government,
and it is possible that it may figure in
the list, but for the present only as a mat
ter of form. ' '''" ' -;
There can be no harm in' now stating
a fact "which, for obvious reasons, it was.
desirable to conceal until the Revolu
tion had completely triumphed.. Gen.
Dulce is not in Spain, lie never left the
Canary Islands. , His friends and com
rades, before departing, visited his sick
bud, from which he would fain have risen
to accompany them. But,' though the
will was strong, the power was wanting.
They, insisted on his remaining, and he,
feeling his weakness, with great regret
was fain to do so. "They promised that
his name should appear in company
with theirs at the foot of all their proc
lamations, and so it was done. . If phys
ical weakness prevented his taking an
active part in the., carrying out of the
plot, he, at least, has the consolation of
reflecting that he was one of the first to
join in and combine it, and that he la
bored bard and ran great risks to bring
it to maturity and insure its success. .
; The Moniteu? published, in the most
prominent place, the following communi
cation from Biarritz, dated the 30th of
September, 7 P; M., which must there
fore have come by telegraph, and which
I have reason to believe was revised and
approved, previous to dispatch, by an
illustrious pen :
"Events in Spain having taken a more
serious turn since yesterday, the Queen
decided to leave ban behastian and en
ter France. ' This morning she commu
nicated her project to the Emperor, wlio
hastened to send three officers of his
household to the frontier' General Cas-
telnaa, his Aide-de-camp; Viscount
Dennauoir, Chamberlain; and Lieuten
ant Conneau, orderly officer. The royal
train arrived at. Andage at 11 o'clock,
bringing the Queen, the iving, the four in
fants of Spain, the Infante Don Sebas
tian, (the Queen's uncle) the Minister of
State, and several persons attached to,
their Majesties. A great number of San
Sebastian functionaries and officers of the
garrison had accompanied the Queen to
the frontier and rendered her royal hon
ors as she left Spain. The Emperor, the
Empress, and the Prince Imperial, sur
rounded by their household, awaited
the Queen at the station of La Negresse.
After an interview marked by that sym
pathy which misfortune always inspires,
the train resumed its journey to irau,
where the Queen proposes resting some
time in the chateau the Emperor has
placed at her disposal."
Nothing could well be colder than
this,' or less hope inspiring for the de
throned Queen, to whose disaster her bro
ther potentate ..accords the -.- sympathy
wuicn misfortune always inspires, but ac
cords no more, . The . personal condo
lence is of the most meagre and common
place description. The Queen goes to
Pau to repose for a while in the Emper
or b mansion. For how (long awhile)
There are grounds for suspicion that the
sojourn will be but brief. Will she af
terwards -occupy the apartments her
mother is said to be preparing for her in
her villa on the Gorman coast 7 This,
too, is doubtful. It may be questioned
whether the hospitality of Prance will
long be granted her. , Will she seek that
of England, the most usual refuge of
the political destitute I Rome - might
suit her better, now that Venice has
ceased to be the chosen asylum of out
cast Princes and legitimist pretenders,
The Pope would not deny bis condolence
and spiritual consolations to the patron
ess : oi enureses . ana : convents in
numerable, and to the' pious princess on
hom he was lately pleased to confer
the golden rose.
As far as can yet be discerned, the
attitude of the French Government is by
no means unfriendly to the new state of
things in Spain. M. Mercier, the Min
ister at Madrid, is understood to have
given little satisfaction at tbs -Foreign
office here, by the position he took up
during the recent events. . He shows
himself, it is related, too favorable to the
Queen's cause. This was mtdadroit, to
say the least. ' That bis personal sympa
thies led him to go against the revolution
if, indeed, he did so may be doubted.
for be is, or used to be, a particular
friend of Prince .Napoleon.
An Oriental Dinner.
A"howadii," writing of his journey-
ings "On the Nile," communicates some
amusing; experiences of his own, from
which we take an extract
Did you ever accomplish a meal with
nothing to help you but your hands!
No. Then just try it, and think what
we must have suffered as course after
p.nnrse fowl, nlaiff, i;ame trinDed un
. - .. .. . .. i.x i.
the heels ot its fellow on the little round
table whereat we were seated in such
It is true that a slave brought round
water -after each course, and that
snowy napkin was given to each guest
but some of the dishes were soft and
pulpy, and e-ch man dipped his fingers
into the dish and fed by monthfuls. The
Cadi had a detestably indefinite way
hooking up his tood in the hollow ot his
hand, which scandalized the professor,
who sat next to him, mightily.
"Will you take some goose V said
Mustapha, addressing Smith. "It
one I shot vesterday." And he laid
hold on one lee of the bird, while Smith
tore away the other. ' It reminded me
of breaking a merry thought with your
neighbor, for neither was sure which
would get the larger half. Afterwards
I was treated to a pull, and got a wing.
The professor came in for the breast ;
there was some difficulty, I remember, in
detaching the' breast ; but after a deal
of spluttering it was accomplished.
' It is needless- to say that our awk
wardness at the feast was taken in good
part,' and that we - all' laughed heartily
and enjdyed ourselves to' the full. In
fact, the Cadi, a fat, moon-faced man,
apoplectically red, laughed till he nearly
polled on the floor.'" " '.:'
j A gilt ewer, and basin were brought
in at the finish, and water poured over
the hands of each guest by a robed and
turbaned Oriental, even as Elisha poured
water on the hands of his1 master.
Jjeisure Hour's. ' . f
An Oriental Dinner. WINE.
The French and Italian Vintages.
The editor, of. Le Mmiteur ' Vinicole
thus sums up the prospect of the French
vintage:' : v. v' " i--
i The wines of isGS will be of good
quality, and the quantity will be that of
a good average crop, from 50,000,000 to
55,000,000 of hectolitres. He thinks it
doubtful, however whether, wine will be
cheap, v j The stock on hand from pre
vious years is nqt large, and there is al
ready a demand ' for the produce of the
pre: it viLtage, many- orders having
come from- abroad, and even been exe
cuted. .French speculators are also in
the-market. This year's 'yield would
have been large but for some frosts, two
especially, in the nights of the 11th and
13th of April, which did much damage in
the South. An obstinate drought, which
lasted more than ' a year in Provence
and in a good part of the Lower Lan
guedoc, made it impossible to repair the
damages occasioned by that- frost; and
as these districts produce a great abun
dance of the inferior sorts of wine, the
loss they have experienced will deprive
distant markets of a stock that cannot
be estimated at less than five or six mil
lions of hectolitres. i.i-'i ::: " -
This must have considerable effect on
the prices.r In some regions of France
terrible - storms have ravished the vine
yards, and unfortunately, Borne valuable
wines have in this way-suffered. The
delicate . Sauterne, ; the ! cordial - and
piquant Chablis, have been terribly ill
treated, and the misfortune is the greater
because the . rudeness with: which the
hail has beaten upon those vines is like
ly to impair their productiveness for two
or three years. In the Southwest and
and southcentre the wine harvest is ex
pected to range from a good middling
yield down to something considerably
worse, .lhe Gironde will have .good
wine, "and in a satisfactory quantity.
The higher qualities of Medoc are said
to have succeeded particularly well ; but
the departments of Gers, Landes and
Basses Pyrenees have been very little
favored.. Burgundy has had various for
tunes.' The department of the Yonne,
muck tried by hail, has had its crops re
duced by at least an eighth. Beaujolais
will be better in quality than in quanti
ty,-and the same maybe said of Ma
con.' ' ' j
The northeast district of Saone of
Loire contiguous to the Cote d'Or, will
make a great deal of wine. The Cote
d'Or itself gives the greatest promise. j
Its fine, well kept vineyards, produciig
some of the best wines in France, hate
the most opulent- aspect. There are
glad tidings from Clos Vougeot. This
celebrated vineyard, of which a register
has been kept since 1775, has had ex
traordinary fluctuations in its annual
yield. The lowest was in 1797, or one
cask and 30 gallons; in 1835 it pro
duced 695 casks, the largest quantity
ever known. Thrice has its product
been over GOO casks, and thrice it lias
been . of five casks or - less. The
present year seems to resemble 185S,
which gave 560 casks; looo was a year
noted for the good quality of the wine,
but in that respect 1S68 is expected to
surpass it. The northeastern wine dis
tricts of France seem to have had the
most complete success. In Alsace and
Lorraine the vines are weighed down by
grapes, all ripening evenly, which is a
great point. Last year was a wretched
one in those districts, and hardly any
wine was made. : The departments of
Marne and Aube, which supply excel
lent wines, have suffered from hail.' For
champagne (sparkling) the year is ex
pected to prove quite first-rate.
The Florence correspondence of the
New York TimeshviB the following:.
The vintage has begun, and Bacchus
is in high glee. The dying glory of
these Autumn days gilds with fine gold
the vine leaves, and gives new beauty
to the purple and amber colored clus
ters. Plain aud hill Bide wear sombre
tints, touched with the first sereneness of
the harvest season. The summer sun
has done his work, and everywhere is
seen bustling maturity. The smile of
the landscape is reflected in the peas
ant's face, and he sings more gaily as
he goes about his harvest work. Down
in the valley the handsome rustic bares
his manly chest - without shame as he
works side bv side with the girls with
whom his childhood has been passed. It
is a simple life, and full of rude beauty.
The corruptions of cities have , not
reached those peaceful retreats. . and
there, at least, the wife is constant.
"There is," says Humboldt, "no other
outward manifestation ot torce known to
us the murderous inventions of our own
race included through which, in th
brief period of a few seconds or minutes,
a large number ot human beings have
been destroyed than by earthquakes."
Lightning and storm, war aud plague,
are but weak and inefficient agents of
destruction in comparison with earth s
internal forces. And as earthquakes sur
pass all other phenomena as agents of
t . i .L.
suduen aestruction, so tne impression
they produce on those who, for the first
time experience their effects, is peculiarly
and indescribably awful. Men ot repu
ted courage speak of a feeling of "intol
erable dread" produced by the shock of
an earthquake, even when unaccom
panied by subterranean noises. The
impression is not that of simple fear, but
a feeling ot absolute pain. JLhe reason
seems for a while to have lost the
power of separating real from imaginary
causes of terror. ' The lower animals
also are thrown into a state of ter-s
ror and distress. "Swine and dogs,
says Humboldt, "are particularly af
fected by the . phenomena ot earth
quake." And he adds that the very
crocodiles of the Orinoco, otherwise as
dumb as our little lizards, leave the
nhaken bed of the stream and run bel
lowing into the woods. Humboldt s ex
planation of the peculiar sensations of
alarm ana awe produced dy an eartu-
quake, upon those who for the first time
experience the effects of the phenomenon,
is in all probability the correct one. "The
impression here' is not,1" he says, "the
consequence' ' of ' the recollection ' of
destructive catastrophiea presented to
bur imagination by naratives of his
torical 1 events; what seizes q us so
wonderfully is the disabuse of that in
nate faith in the fixidity of the solid and
surest foundations of the earth. J From
early' childhood we are habituated to the
contrast between the mobile element of
water and the immobility of the soil on
which we stand. - AH the evidences of
bur senses confirm this belief. But when
suddenly the ground begins to rock be
neath us, the feeliug of an unknown
mysterious power ; in nature com
ing into operation and shaking the solid
globe, arises in the mind. The illusion
of the whole of .our earlier life is annihilated
in an insnt." Cornhill Maga
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Cigars, eto. inll-eodly
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C. P. L. BLTLEK.
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(7Air attentive Manufactory a th Foot oj
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Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
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Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manulacture
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manshtp and finish. Also, Cane-Heat Chairs of
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CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I '
' ' ' Columbus. O.. Sept. 14, lo8.J ,
instituted in - the City Council- of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to wit :
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street
' Also, to construct a twelve inoh stone pipe sewer
on Seventh street from point opposite the-nnrth.
line of V. C. Brown's lotnn Bro-id street to a point
opposite the north line of the first alley north of
Broad street east of Seventh street. - ,
Also, forconstrncting stone arch culvert of such
dimensions as may be required, across Broad Street
wnere tne proposed uitoa orosses tne same near
. Al-o. to establish the boundary line of Park street
between North Public lane and the bridge over
the C C. A I C. Railwav. and to erect marks at
euch points as the same may be easily known.
i Also, tor grading and paving the nnpaved vine
walks, gutters aud oronainas. and uradini- and trav
eling the roadwa v of Walnut alley from Fair alley
wrailDF roni Btreei.
i The same to bedone in accordance with plats and
estimates to be Dreoared bvthe (it.v(Xvil Rngnwiir
and filed in the office of the City Clerk. -
i Ail persons claiming damages on account ox said
Pro Dosed imDrovements. are reouired to file their
elaima in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on o
betore the Thirty-first day of October. A. I). 1868.
- -tt. Hi. WILSON, -
seplT-dltaw4w , . .... Cjty Clerk.
3o ail tsaom HI mar Ovno&rn : -
, ..v j ry CITY CLKUK'S OFFICE. ' 1
Columbus. O., Sent. 28. LSs.l
instituted in the City Council of Columbus for uak
Ing the following improvements, to-wit:. ' , ,
i or grading and paving the unpaveu siilowalks;
utters and erossings on Third street Crom Hickory
alley te North street; ' ''"
Also, ior trading ana paving ine annarea siae
alks. gutters and crossing on the south side ef
rorth street, trom Third street to r- ourth street;
, Also, for gradingand paving the gutters and cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Publio Ian
to Sjcs more street.
i Also, for grading and repaying the sidewalk and
gutter and cro'sina on Rich - street, in front of Lot
f0. 5 of Dennison' lubdivisian of untlot No. 3: '
' also, tor grading and graveling tne roadway ot
unapel street, trom r air alley to t ront street;
'- Also, for aradinr and navins the cutters' and
enrbingon thesonth-aideof Cbspei street and for
graveling the roadway trom Uigh street to r air
i Aiso. for bnildicg a double row flag crossing
across Linn alley at the east side ot nign street;
- The same to be done in accordance with tbe plats
and estimates to be prepared bv the City Civil Lngt
neer. and filed in th. omnA of the Citv Clerk...
: All persons claiming: damazes on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
olaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
Dei ore the &igateentn day oi jsovemoer, A. u.
1868. . . , . , . V
1 - l. js. wtbauB,
o:tSdltaw4w . - ,- ' City Clerk-
To all whom it may Concern :
I ! it CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus, O., Sept. SI, 1868.) .
Notiee is berebv riven that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Coiuinbns, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
Por repaying the gutters and resetting the curb
ing on the west side of Seventh street between
Friend street and Rich stroet. .
Also, for navina the unoaved sidewalks on the
east s de of Filth street between Rich street and
Cherrv street, - - -..-.;
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
from High street ta Fair alley.
- Also; for grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the C. C. A C. railroad depot to the line
of Wm. Neil's property. , i c
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the t-ity Ijivil jugv
npftr. and filed in the nfRee of the Citv Clerk. -
Alt nAraonR nlAimnnff damaffeaon acoonnt ot rata
proposed imsrovemeots. are reqnired to file their
claims in tbe office of t'.e Clerk, in writing, on or
before the seventh day of .November. A. 1. ia.
L. iu. nlboUn, '
sep!4-dltaw4w r -.' - - . Ciky Clerk .
BOOKS YAXTED FOR BIXDIXG.
a NT BOOKS. KIACZIJIES. SHEET
A. MUSIC. Ac.. Ac. that yon wish to have
hnnnri An a. nin. firm bindinff. lirOmDtlv. at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
toe city Dy giving notice uuougu postomoe, ur at
1119 , : ie-: . ' '"'I .V .':'.
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
l - . ' AND-
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of tho largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State. - -.-
Rooms 34, 30, 38 North High Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
Steam 1 riming tjmcea.j . .
Of every desoriotirn and quality, from th hichest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior woramansnip,
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and all Offioers requiring SUfEhlOR BLANK
isuun.a. win oeexecuiea prompuy. wim our pot
ions! attention! 1
our patronage respectfully solicited. , .
N. W. LEFATOn,
ooi3-deorl8m ' ' ' ' ' " " ' ' Proprietor"
SIBSBRT &. LILLEY,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
; ; PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
of every description, with or without printed Hei cl
COUKTT OFFIOB119, MERCHANTS, MANPr ACTCKKKg
BANKEK8, RAILROAD COMFAN1K8. SO.
Xar Fnll sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisiaction-
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouly COLUMBUS. OBIO,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Fi ; A: 1 & L. LESQUEREUX
' i I.VirOKTERS AND DKALKK3 IN
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r ,' 'i - SH.TER and "
. .u pLATED WARE,
: CBTLERT, ' . ,.
' ' i ; .
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j ... IN ENDLESS VARIETT. '
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setlt Thomas' and Waterbniy Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
for the ..i.
-TITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (Freuoh and Geneva) in full supply at
A9" All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
gnaeanteed.. . p - LESQUERECX,
febl4-en,ily Nn 71 South High st., Columbus.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, J EWELR If,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ao..
i-n u.nih Tt;l, fnlnmrin.. Ol TteBftirine
carofully done and warranted. mj7-eod6m
ST. JAfwIES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, neap Main,
HENRY P. ELLAS, - - - - Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visit ing the citv. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. mylsi-dSm
T. ALLEN, Agent.
TTTH.I-COMT1KITF. THE COAL BVJSl
Y NB.-.ftt his present stand. .. - , i
Io. 13S Korlb Hiarb street, :
nd will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
MUCKING COAL, which hs is prepared to sell at
toe lowest market price. - ......
sar Special attention paid to Shipping.
.jiaor :-rT -to
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Auditor of State's Certificate V1'
-,. . i . : .. ..i .. . Jn 1
A8 TO THB BUSINESS AND APrAUtS OF THB
CONTINEmL IXSURASCE -CO,,'
OF HEW YORK.
ol ' -nl
FOB TBX TEAS ZSDZSO DECEMBZRl,V&.
Capital fully paid ap. ......
Amount of available assets.
CEBTIflOATE FOU PlIBL CATioN.' fl
SANCK. I ?
, AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICEj
- 11 - Urfabtmint of Insuba
j . -' , Colombds.O., isbruary 1
'' It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire).,
Insurarce Comoany, located at New Verrk, in tbe7 '
State of New York, ba -eomplied, in all respects,,- f
withthelaws of this State relating to such Insur
ance Companies, for the onrrent ;er, and ha filed Oirl
in 'his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper -
' Officers, showing its condition and business, at the "
date of such statement, a follow t & .. ..r.-',:
Amoant of actual paid-up Capital, fSM.noo-00, ,
Aggregate amount nf available assets 1,814,590 31 .
Aggregate amoant ot iiiabiUtios. (inc. ' . - - f
Tsiinsuranoe 381.902 01
Amount ot income for the pre eding year 801,085 10 ' -
Amount of expenditures for the preced-v- -r.
ing year.... ............ 681.443 47
In witness whereof, I have nereonto subscribed lf,i
.i . mv same, and caused the Seal of mr
SI AL J Office to be affixed, tho day and year above
written. - --- '. '"'O .
! ' JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State. w,;a
' By Jab. Williams, Chiet Clerk-. , h
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co:, Agcnls,;
. : i - i ; . - "; -':."; I .9 SI fl
! --;:..:. i . o ' i" ' L.TT'JlO
' i r ',i "'; A m U, qtY. led
-."I t i
A8 TO THE BUSINK88 AND AFFAIRS OF THB.
.. ., : . . i i. k .-.! 1 o i.-.licl lT)Oit)
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMFY;
sin ruAiiuietu, iau.
CEKTIjFICATE FOK , PCBf lCATIOBl,,,-;
AUDITOR OP STATE'S OFPICE'
Department of inbiteance.
Columbus, eept: iwtn. w
11 11 nurfiVT oeruuwit luuiuc iwmj ,
Company, located at San Franeiseo, in the State of ,u 1
California has complied, in all respects, with the T
. laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com.: n 1
panics, for the current year, and has filed- in this
office a sworn statement, by the proper . offieers, ,tl
showing its condition and business, at tbs .date of, ;,vT
suoh statement, as follows, gold cnirency .,rn,;l
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... tl. 000, 000 00
Aggregate amount of .available assets .1,28,818 -nl
Aagregate amount of Liabilities....... S68,ao 86 , i
Amount of income for the preceding ' ' ' ' '
- year.... ..- 709,008 TO, lno
Amount of expenditure for the pre- ,... i
.. ceding year " 33,85 IS T
In witness whereof, I bave nersnntn snbscrfbej'
my name, and caused the Seal of my Ofi.ce si?t
IsealJ to be affixed, the day and year above . .
i : written. , ;. i. .. ' ;
. . JAS. WlLiLJAMH. V
Chief Clerk for Auditor of Bute.
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co.; Agents,
.. ; O
' . ., . . . ' it ', ! "io f'i'firl
AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIBS OF THB ''
NORTH BRITISn & MERCANTILE1 !
Of London and ''Edinburgh.''''''.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE J . n,l
. ,. . Columbus. O.. Sept. is, 1868 - . i-uirt
It is hereby certified. That the North British
a vi ; i . ln.n-ana P.mtiAnv. of Liondon and
i. i : u u u.a li,.,l in 1 resmots with th.
laws of this State relating to ire Insurance Com- i(
panies or toreignn im.", 7 i
year.including tbe deposit of Oiie Hundred Thou- . i-n-
sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders r-.
siding in the State of Ooin, and that the sworn;'
statement of it proper officers, filed in this depart- '."' ,
ment shows its condition and business at the date ,..;,
of sueh statement (Deo. 31, 18S7) as follows : .
Amonntof actual paid up oopilal-. 2S0,0M.j. ril.
Aggrrgate amount of available assets (13.603,80 8& , :T .. ,T
Aggregate amount of liabilitie .1,743.210 M ,:i
Amount of Income for thepreoeding . . .
year........... S,08M 78 1
Amount of expenditures for thenrwd- m r-, .tt-!ii
Ing year.... .T.9s S4 .
' In witness whereof, I have J"'.1 .
my name and caused the Seal of my Offloa .. -;,t
tSEAL.1 to be sffixed.tbs day and year abova .
. wTitton. - M ?--'- -
J.S H. GODMABf. Anditorol Stafcai
By Jab. Williams. Chief Cle k. ... ., ,,.,. ,ux0!t j,n,
f" Geo. F. O'Harra & Con AgentsrJ 3,
9i!J 10 W.UQH