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COLUMBUS, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNINGr OCTOBER 22, 1868.
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fates.
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NoricxaoP U8ATB8. 50 cents. . A- 1 j
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
I A ARCHITECT ::
R
T. BROOKES.
e Architect, Civil Engineer, Ac.
Umce orer tne national uxcnange Bans
. ATTORNEYS. -
Jf ATT0BNE8 AT LAW - - - -Office,
Jo. 69 South High street, Amhos Build-
ing. -; ... ;
ATTORfiK y-AT-LAW A MAYOR,
Mayer Office.
E
D1VAKD T. Del.AN , '
ATXUiiaX-AT-ijAW n otary ro duo.
' ' Office in Parson's Building.
R
i. WOODHCFt',
a ATTOBNE If-AT-LAW 4 Notary Publio.
umce lot eoutn uisn street.
AUCTION AND CQMAHSSION
J, O. BEAU
Auctioneer and Dealer in Real Estate House
hold Goods, Clothing and Notions.
. No. 7 V est Broad street.
BATH ROOMS.
GEOKGE niATEIt,
Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Col-Baths-
Basement Postomee Bkiildin. -
BOOK" BINDERS.
UlaBiH'8' dc (.lt-a,E.
O Book Binders Blank. Book Manufacturers,
Printers and Publishers. - . . -
Opera PniHing.
BOOTS SrSHOES.
WT. WILLIAHls : C.t
e 144 South High street. Just received, an
elegant assortment, jsew styles, low prices. La
dies, please call. . .
jf OKU Ot.'S .
A-f Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoes
at tow prises. Now Stock justreceived- -
... 276 South High street.
' COAL DEALERS.
ROBlAgON Ac CO .
Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Also,
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe.
No. 281 r-orth Hieh street.
COMMISSION MERC E ANTS.
Tf t'lTCH & SON, f
-XL Commission, Forwarding and Produce Mer--chents,
dealers in Grain, Flour, to,, ii W. Broad
Street. ' ......
CORSETS.
D. SilDNbEliOdcCO.,
Hanutmoturert and De&lers in French, Ger
r Buuind Amrioaa tuorsete. Also, Uoop skirts.
191 Opera House.
.. CROCKERY, : &c.
WJTJl.a-El.XOnI,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China.
Queeneware, Glass, Plated Good s, Lamps and Lamp
fixtures.- norm mgn suoaw
-1 1' -a-. a-A . . .
J Importer- and Wholesale and Retail Dea'er
In Urockery. Obina, Glass. OuUorj, flated Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps. Ac.
. 259 South High street.
' DENTISTRY.
WAU!HfcU 4c ElULitllMfiEM.,
No. 18 Bast Broad street. .
We o to be the be..
Ci W l!1,IIV DENTIST. The best styles
v- e Ul X7euLsir7, axjuiuuius uuuui iiumvfgu
Mineral Plate. Offioe. 10 and 11 Opera Block.
DRY GOODS.
r EBEHLl Al CO..
J .Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, Shades, Hats, (japs and Jurs,
t oorner Hign and Friena streets. .....
JD. IMBOHK Ac ( O., '
m 143 South High street.
Carpets Mattings, Oil Cloths.Ourtains, Sta. le and
r anoy Ally u joda.
1 1 ,'..!. At. A-AX1,
Alt
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
Fancy Dry Goods, and Manufacturers of Ladies'
moaas. - .. ia o. nign sireet.
7WDHTH ST. DRY GOODS STOKE.
'X K, Krum ft Co., eash dealers in Dry Goods and
' notions, ue soau runriaeuni, - .
-TA1T1ES If ATJGHeON. '
fj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
, NaughtOD. Building, Nob. lie and 12? Stmth Higb
street. .
laNlON A WlblilAI. -
JV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' r urnismng Goods. -No. Sneu Jdousa.
e A AA-Ct7lUl r, UHAK 4k CO.,
. VA
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
o. 89 South tiigh street.
A C Ati-AllLkl Ac CO..
At Foreign and Domestie Dry Goods, Cloths,
A nrsv ete. : aMi a xaa oootu Hign street.
'DRUGGISTS.
DEt-UT UHIU SlOKK.
JOHN S. ROBERTS. ,
Druggist and Apothecary. . .. . 1
154 North High street.
1AHPLE AC Hlt'SOM,
A7A
WHOLLSALB A RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
loo South JdigH St., OuluuiDus, j.
- TJatAtJI. HUI CK Ac CO.. ' ' ' '
' -L, W bolesale and Ketail Druggists, and Dealers
acruprieiary Jeajcines. .
, 84 North High street.
ENGRAVERS.
- -Kj Aeiner8, Lngravera 'and Publishers. ITota-
. aTt sT1 aVal aV W Jkr lllilikiA ar.
AA8M UU VUlOt aOOalB 13ttat IC V M OrQer.
IMoa. 107 and 1W 6outh High street
FURNITURE, &c.
'pOliUfflBlIS CABINET CO.,
Kj Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
rsin Furniture. Chairs, Mattrasses, etc.
No. 201 South High St. (Upera House).
vHlOFIIHKITIiHliVO.i
l Manniuitnrera of first class Furniture. Whole
sale and .Retail Warerooms, 8, 7 aud 8 Gwynne
Block.
HOUSE FURNISHING.
av a u 'mm csi sWsta(lsU Ar d .
H 1 t AI--A1 kJ.nBU anil ITrinaA Vn.
nisbinc Uooos. Also. '1'ia, Copper and taheefclroii
if 1"7 a, 'I'n-warn vfi-naat
W A A.vnaa '
a ircMfl a irrTART.
A. Hons Furnishing Go.ds, Mantles, Grates,
Copper Tia ana one( iron, btoves ana jnanues
a (.Til.. TAVI.OK aV Hllt r.
A i laaUn in Hnrdwara. House Farnishinc Good?,
Maxble and Slate iVlautles. Grates, 8tt,yes, Hot Air
Furnaces. o- aw aw ma lh "'
HOOP SKIRTS.
-T7I MEEO, ivi,.ii.n..i.i, a
jj. aianuiaciunw
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
BtJSINESS DIRECTCEY
HOWE.1"' SEWING ? MACHINE,
Cl F. AXTELL, wi.:iH - .
C5 Dealer in Manical Herchandise. Boots. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods teaerally.- Special Agent
fori the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal feewing
Machine. - . - 'No. Son to Hian street.
HATS & CAPS.
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UV.S. SI. VS. LACFi '
'(Kucceasorto K. Lsof.) Dealr in Ha!, Cap,
Fart and btraw Goods 828 South Hign-treet.
. i .-,, i (Sian Golden UstJ .
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soHOTELS.?
IN-- " " Opposite Depots ' - - 1
I ,. ...J. H. DAVIUSOS. Proprietor.
Corner High and Town streita. :" -;'
- , B.J, BLOUNT, Proprietor!.
ZtTTLEH IIOCE, , . .
Corner Konrta'A Friend its. .Commodious
house and extensive stables.
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.''
M'
EHCHANTS HOTELt "
140 South High street. Good stablini attach
ed to premises
- . W F. THATCHER. Proprietor. .,
j INSURANCE. - - -
CONNEcriccr hctoal Lire .
saraaoe Company. Assets. $18,100,000. '
WM. JAXtUSOX-Acent, Ool nn. bus. O.
NEWKIKK A- ITIILTENinEKOKK,
GENhBAL AGENTS Security Life Insaranee
Company,. No. Opera House. .
Home isisbkauck cobpaiy or
W. C. Al. BAKER, Seo'y.
umce, xvos. a T upora nouse
MILLINERY GOODS.
w. Miiri.tAons,
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.'
191 S. High street. Opera House Blook.
UK!. Am IM)WNIlG,
Liesierin juiitinery, omw vruuus auu iiij"
mings. No- 67 Morth High street.
JII. WICKIE, - -a
Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hiah street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAFUArREN & itOHLLEBEa,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
. . ... no. so jjiorinuiga street.
p IV.N1SWASIDEB,
v mercnani lauor ana ueater in uenis rnr
pishing Goods. Also asent for the Diamond Shirts.
1S1 Snnch Ri?h flrrAAL.
THE OHIO RIF.HCHKT T AlltORING
CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. . Ready-made Clothing al
ways on hand. , : m i
JOHN 81. HICKEBACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' t ucmsmng Gocas. .
no. oi norm uisn street.
JOHN HUNTEU,
MERCHANT TAIL01. S20 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constanllj on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
ANDKEWS Ac UtlLL,
News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 55 South High street, nexr door to Postotlice.
Ij-UKU. tlMLIIIAIXM, i
X? News Dealer. Hook seller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in hotli German and English.
rat Montn men street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
A NUKEWs, PEKRV Ac CO.,
r. Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 834 95 North High BU
VI1VS Ac iriVEUS.
Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers S6, 38 A 40 North High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
B
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
81 South High street.
Jm. ELLIOTT,
. PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sue.
D
J. ABCHEK,
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc.
no. zvw outn men street.
PHYSICIAN.
EM. DOWNS Ifl. !.
No. 3 ODera House. Treats Diseases of the
UJC KCM, AADAI Iff AUlUttH (lUll AJUAJfeD. A!OU AISOUPa
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
f F. HAHKIS Ac CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte &
Co. 'sand BainosA Bro.'a Piauos. Also, Organs,
alelodeons ana otner musical instruments.
36 North High (treet.
JC. WOODS, "
. Aeent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet lu.ic.
. . xi ooutn limn street.
RESTAURANT.
B
AMC EXCHANGE RFHTACKAHT,
Corner btate and rlicn sti sell.
CHARLEY M 1 nR, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
AETA SEWING MACHINES,
The best in the world. Noa. 1 and 1 ODera
House. W. PI MM EL.' General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
RAI. DCNBAK Ac CO.,
m DalArfl in Pine Watches. Clonks. JewelrT.
Piatedware. Spectacles, Ac, No. 11 Ea.t Town
street.
GATEBACHAKRING'ION,
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. 1 Neil Houre.
FA AL LE(tKETX,
a Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street. .
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
B
ANCKOrr BKOS. At CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Blook, Town street.
REED, JONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. . No. 8 Gwynne Block, Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS BEBEBT GIVEN TO
all whom it mav concern, that the CitT Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking Company at the oity ol Cleveland,
Uhio.nnaer an act ot tne General Assemoiy ot tne
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24tb, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said State of uhio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its cironlating notes, 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 Audit of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
nf Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Ilone by order oi ine noara oi rectors ox ine
Citr Bank of Cleveland. J ulr 9th. IH88. j
liDauciu f xvxx, president.
. jvll-dltaw6m
NOTICE.
BANK OF COMMERCE,
CLKVELAKD, May 83, 1868. (
NOTICE MS HEAsEBlf GIVEN TOTHE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Hank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after the expiration of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bunk the sucks deposited to secure tbe outstanding
circulation ot said Bank in pursuance of tbe forty
first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March list. 1851.
JOSEPH PERKINS, Presidont
H. R. HrjRLBCT. Cashier. mav85 d6ui
The Sisters of St. Mary's,
OF THE Sf RINGS. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition. 76, $80. S85 and 90, according to the do.
partmentof the pupil. SR. ROoE, Sup't
Address BoxSKL aun3-dif
"': .': Troll HALE. -
THB PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Kudolph Biokly. on the National road, east of
Blind noyiuui. .uo. . . """"o uuuse,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and on
aor.andahalf of ground. Esquire of
JACOB IMS,
- oot7-eodlm 169 East Friend street.
tatesnum.
FROM SPAIN.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
MADRID, October 1, 1868.
A young Spanish friend, who possesses
an eminent degree the virtnes ot a
patriot faitb, hope y and j charity told
when we shook hands atr the, dose of
the " glorious 29th," as last Tuesday is
already sjaHedYthat "all he wUhed.was
that the whoie history of the involution
might berittiV on so stainless a page
as; the oneHljat 'contained the. first chap
ter." Certainly no popular movement
ever begn under happier 'auspices.
Madrid haabeen for above twenty-fpur,
now we tnay! say forty-eight, hours in
the hands of a mob, and no excess what
ever has been perpetrated. The- people
here express their -wonder at' tbe fact,
and are inexhaustible in their praises of
a nation which, even in the very act of
recovering its sovereignty, exhibits such
undeniable symptoms of self-control and
temper, and already lays such lotty
claims to a high rank among civilized
communities. ' All this, however, simply
shows inexperience of the common phases
of all revolutions. Bologna, Brussels
and "Warsaw in 1831, Palermo, Milan,
Berlin and Vienna in 1840, have pre
cisely the same tales to tell as Madrid
n 1S68. I or the three hist days every
' mob let loose" is sure to behave like a
host of angels, especially if such an in
cessant downpour as we had for two
days keeps it within doors. In Mad
rid, as in other places, the placard at
every street corner, threatening death to
assassins, lias been no idle threat, for
more than one pickpocket has been shot,
but with the exception of this routjh and
ready justice the people of Madrid have
had for two days no other employment
than exultation at their own deliverance.
But the task of governing must begin
now; it must devolve upon someooay,
and therein lies the great difficulty of
the nation. Serrano and Prim are said
to be within ninety-two English miles of
the capital and are expected this morning.
One of them, at least, will assume the
supreme command, even if the other be
obliged to march against Ualonope and
another, the former of whom is still at
the head of, a considerable force in the
North, while the latter is said to have
shut himBelf np in Montjuirh, an almost
impregnable fortress, from which lie can
nonades Barcelona, and declares that he
will neither take nor give quarter. One
steady hand will be necessary to reor
ganize the ordinary force in Madrid, and
to prevent from doing harm that extra
ordinary force, the'City Militia or Na
tional Guard, wliicb here, as elsewhere,
is the inevitable" offspring of a revolu
tion, and which it has always been
found so difficult to turn to any useful
purpose.- ' When public security has
been -restored upon some surer basis
than the self-esteem of a populace and
tbe love of a man to man. room will be
made for the institution of civil govern
ment. T.he Central Junta was not
elected yesterday, as the Official Ga
zette had led us to expect, the drawing
up of the electoral lists in 80 short a
time having been found an impossibility.
Probably the election will be held to
day; but, in the meanwhile, we could not
be in better hands than in those of the
Provisional Junta, and it is extremely
likely that the popular vote will have
no other result than the continuance in
office of the same men. The real des
tinies of the country do not lie in the
hands of-the Madrid Junta, but they
can easily, and indeed must necessarily
be prepared by them. Those thirty
gentlemen who turned up in the hour of
need and went to work rather by mutual
consent and understanding, than by pop
ular acclamation, will nave in their
hands the safety or the ruin of the Pen
insula. Most of them are men of char
acter and acknowledged ability; they
belong to three dinerent sections ot po
litical opinion ; they are O'Donnellists
or Unionists, Progressists, and Demo
crats. Tbey profess to have waived all
party considerations, and to be fused in
one great patriotic association, from
which no man, except he be one of Nar
vaez's Moderators.or one of Novalische's
New Catholics, need be excluded. This
amalgamation ot principles, hitherto an
tagonistic, and even openly hostile, may
be very practicable in Spain, although,
it may ba unintelligible elsewhere; for
here hitherto the conflict was not one ot
theoretic views, but simply of practical
conclusions. Up to very recent times
the problem was not who would best
govern Spain, but who would make the
best ot the tueen and her millions, so
as'to constitute the least endurable mis
government. O'Donnell was the last
man who made the experiment, in 1865.
He broke down partly through his own
want of temper, partly through the
Court's treachery and intrigue. He
himself struck the first blow towards the
arbitrary measures of Gonzalez Bravr.
What he proposed was a "Liberal Un
ion" with the Queen. Now that the
Queen has become 'impossible," the
Liberal Union must be reorganized, cer
tainly without the Queen, and either
with another Sovereign or without one.
The Progressists, especially those of the
Esparto and 1 rim school, were anti-dy-nastic,
without knowing, or perhaps
without avowing: it: but then there were
other Progressists those who had faith
in Sabastiano Olozaga, and the Demo
crats, who had in their hearts, and even
in open words, broken with the dynasty
forever. As the scattered members
O'Donnell 's party, Surano, Dulce, &c,
have now learned in the Canary Islands
that peace with the dynasty is not to be
bad on any terms, tneir coalition witu
those who have broken out into open
war with the dynasty is extremely nat
ural, and may be looked upon as sincere
and durable.
THE JOSH BILLINGS PAPERS
ROOSTERS.
Thare is not on the whole horizon
ov live natur a more pleazing and
strengthening studdy than the Rooster.
This remarkable package of feathers
has bin for ages food for philosophick
well as the simple enrrious mind. They
belong tew tbe feathered sekt denomin
ated poultry, and are the husbandz
menny wives. In Utah it is kousidered
a disgrace tew speak disrespectful of
rooster. Brigham Young's coat ovarms
is a rooster, in full blast, crowing till
he is almost bent over double back
ward. The flesh of the rooster is very simi
laftew the flesh of the hen; it is hard
tew distinguish the difference, espeshily
in yure soup. Roosters are the pugilists
anting the domestik burds; they wear
the belt, and having no shoulder tew
strike from, they strike from the heel.
: Roosters, according to profane his
tory, if mi educashun remembers me
right, were formerly a man, who come
suddenly upon one oT the heathen gods,
at a time when he want prepared to see
company, and waz,' for that offense, re
built over into the fust rooster, and was
forever afterward destined to crow as a
kind ov warning.. 'This change from a
man akounts for their fighting abilities,
and' for their politeness to the hens.
Thare is nothing in a man that a woman
admires- more than his reddyness and
ability tew smash another fellow, and it
iz!jis8 so with a hen. When a rooster
gits licked, tbe bens all march oph with
the other rooster, if be aint half so big or
handsome. - j .
It iz pluck that wins a hen or a wo
man. ...........
There iz grate . variety ov pedigree
amung the'rooster race, but for stiddy
bizness give me - the old fash dominique
rooster, short-legged, and when they
walk they alwus strut, and their buz
zums stick out like an alderman's ab
dominal cupboard. This breed is hawk-
colored, and has a crooked tail on them,
arched like a sickle, and az full ov feath
ers az a new duster,
' But when you come right down to grit,
and throw all outside influences over
board, there aint nothing on earth, nor
under it, that can out-style, ont-step, out
brag, or out-pluck a regular Bantum
rooster. . ,
They alwns put me in mind ov a very
small dandy, practicing before a looking-glass.
They don't weigh more than thirty
ounces, but they make az much fuss az
a tun. I have seen them trying tew pick
a quarrel with a two boss waggon, and
don't think they would hesitate tew fight
a meeting-house if it waz the least sassy
tew them. . ' , :
It is more than fun tew bear one ov
these little chevaliers crow; it is like a
four- ear old baby trying to Bing a line
out ov the Star Spangled Banner, , .
The hen partner in this concern izthe
most exquisit little boquet of neatness
and feathers. that the eye ever roosted
on. They are az prim az ' a premature
yung lady. It iz a luxury to watch
their daintyness, tew see them lay each
feather with their bills, in its place,
and preside .over themselves with az
much delicacy as a belle before her mir
ror. "
But the consummation iz tew see the
wife a mother, leading out six little
chicks a bugging; six little chicks no
bigger than bumblebees. .
It seems tew be necessary that there
should be something outrageous in eve
rything, tew show us . whare propriety
ends and impropriety begins. This iz
malancholly, the case in the rooster
affair, for we hav the shanghi rooster,
the gratest outrage in my opinyun, ever
committed in the annals ot poultry.
Theze kritters are the camels amung
fowls, they mope about the barnyard,
tipping over the hayracks and stepping
on the yung goshns, and evry now and
then they crow contusion.
If enny body should giv me a shanghi
rooster i should halter him, and keep him
in a box stall, and feed him on cut feed,
and if he would work kind in harness,
all right, if not, I would butcher him the
fust wet day that cum, and salt him down
tew giv tew the poor. -
But there aint noboddy a going tew
giv me one ov this breed, not if i know
it; i don't think thare is a man on earth
mean enuff to do it.
Roosters do but very little household
work; they won't lay enny eggs, nor try
tew hatch enny, nor see to the young
ones; this sntistys ine that thare is sum
truth in the mythologikal account ov the
rooster s lust origin.
Yu kant git a rooster to pay enny at-
tenshun tew a yung one, they spend
their time in crowing, strutting, and oc
casionally find a worm, which they make
a remarkable fuss over, calling up their
wives from a distance, apparently tew
treat them, but just az the hens git thare,
this elegant and elaborate cuss bend
ovei and gobbles up the morsel.
Just like a man Jor all the. world. .
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.
of
or
HOST. GEORGE H. PENDLETON", nON.
.MILTON SAYLOR AND HON.. KOB-
Elil K. CHAMBERS
Will address the people as follows :
At H MILTON. Tuesday. Oct. 27th.
At URBAN A. Wednesday, Oct. 28th.
At WAFAKONETA. Thursday.Oot. 29th.
At TIFFIN, Friday, Oct. 30th.
At COLLI A1BUS. Saturday. Oct. 31st.
HON. A. G. THURMAJST, GEN. DURBIN
WARD AND HON. D.J. CALLEN,
Will speak at
DELAWARE, Tuesday, October 27th .
LANCASTER, Wednesday. October 33th.
NEWARK, Tl nrsday, Ootober29th.
WOOSTE It. Friday. Ootober 30th
CLEVELAND. Saturday. October 31st.
HON. P. VAN TRUMP, HON. FRANK
H. HURD AND HON.T. J. GODFREY
Will speak at
HII.LSBORODGfT. Tuesday. Ootober S7th.
PORTSMOUTH, Thursday. October29th.
MARIETTA, Saturday, October 31st.
GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN AND HON
CHILTON A. WU1XJS,
Will speak at
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Tuesday, Oct. 27th.
y-W LISBON, Thursday, i-ct. asm.
WARhEN, Saturday. Ootober Slst.
GEN. GEORGE W.McCOOK
"Will speak at
WAPAKONETA. Thursday. October 89th,
TIFFIN. Friday. October 30ih.
TOLEDO, with Hn. It. P. Ranney and Hon.W.D.
Hill, Saturday, October 31st.
HON. HUGH J. JEWETT. HON. L. R.
CUITCHFIELD, COL. JOHN M. CON-
N ELL AND HON. ROBERT BRIGGS
Will speak at
CINCINN ATL Saturday, Oct. 31st.
HON. HENRY CLAY DEAN
Will speak at
1UCYRUS, Octorer23d.
UPPER SANDUSKY. October 24th.
WOODSK1KLO, Ootober27th.
CIKCLEVILLK, October 29th.
BAT A VIA. October 3Htti.
GEORGETOWN, Ootober3lst.
HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM,
Will speak at
CRESTLINE. Monday, October 20th.
In consequence of prior engagements to
speak in Illinois, Mr.Vallandigham will be
unable to speak at the meetings at St.
Clairsvllle, New Lisbon and Warren
Another speaker will be assigned in his
stead at these places.
W. WEBB, E. F. BINGHAM,
Sec'y. Ch'm'n.
of
a
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Uso. all kinds of Country Produce, such as But
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COLUMBUS, OHIO.
The ohoicest varieties of Fresh Fish received
daily- All goods purchased delivered to any
pi t of the city Fkke or cuakuk. Loctl2-eod6m
:
t
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12, -Whites, too profuse Periods 25 '
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14 " Salt Kheuni, Erysipelas, Kruptluas25
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Of 85 to TO large vials, morocee
, or rosewood case, - containing? .
a specific for every ordinary
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stud books of directions
I From $10 to $3S
Smaller Family and Travellne cases,
with SO to 28 viola from $5 to $g
Specifies for all Fri vate Diseases, both
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' t" These Remedies, except POND'S EX
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any part of the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathio Medioine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 562 Broadway, New York.
Dr. HtrKFHBKTB is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
disease.
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plication. Price of Sproiho per bottle, $1.50, cr
throe bottles lor f 4.00.
-A.-u.gr J- tecliTieller,
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SULD BY a:,l DRUGGISTS.
sepl7-dT&swly
The Great IVSedleliie fr tlie Shin, care
without foil, every Kind or no
sightly eruption of the Fiwe,
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dit resting1 en ttm neons -diene
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PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAUK. A Niw
Coursb OF Lecturbs, ns delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tber sub
jecta: Uow to live aud what to live for; Youth
Maturity and Old Ase; Manhood CMieral'j review
d: The cause of indisestion. tiatulenoe and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage pLilosopb
iRii v AnnRiiinrnd. An.
Pfkftknt toI umes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reeciptof
tour stamps, dt addressing mukhipMii, ikw
York Vngsrv op Anatomy and Scibncb. oi.
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FURNITURE.
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C. r. L- BUTLKK.
HAOI, ItliLI.OtVS Jc BUTLER
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nob. 216 ok 2 IS South Hi eh St.,
co lit in bps, omo.
(Iheir extensive Manufactory it at the foot ot
&OUM eneei, on lie ixinai.j
Their business transactions, both Wholesaleand
Retail, new extend throughout the states ot Unio,
fennsylvama and Indiana, tney manuiacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE
nt all nlaftSAM and AV.rv design of SUOeriorWOrk
manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description, w noiesaie ana ttetaii.
feb8-decdlv
PROPOSALS.
SEALED PROPOSALS
WILL BE KF.CKIVKD AT THIS OF
fioe of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until ...
Monday, Oct. 28li, 186$,
at 4 o'clo-k P. M., for furnishing materials and
doing the following work:
For gracing and paring the roadway of Public
alloy from High street to Fair alley.
For building a double row dag crossing across
Public alley at the wet side ot High street.
For building a double row flag crossing across
Linn alley at tbe east side of High street.
For gra ling and paving tbe sidewalks, gutters
and crossings and grade and gravel the roadway
on Walnut alley from Fair alley to Front street
For grading and paving the sidewalks, gutters
and crossings on the cast side of Fifth street from
Rich street to Cherry street.
For grading the gutters and crossings and grad
ing and graveling the sidewalks on Washington
avonue from South street to South Public lane.
For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and oros3ing3 on Washington avenue from
Ea-t Long street to East Gay street.
For grading Parson's lane Com Last Public lane
to the corporation line.
For grading and repaying in front of tbe prop
erty known as K o. 19 West Broad street.
The bid" will be opened by the committee of the
ward in which the work is to be done. The com
mittee reserve theright to reject any or all bids at
their discretion. g p B0WEy
Citr Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineer's otEee, No. 88 South High
street, up stairs. oct21-dtd
GROCERS.
M'DOLM, MILES & BTDOMDS,
NO. 19 & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET
GKOCKH H,
T1ROPKIETOR!! COLUMBUS POW
-L DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Harard Powder Companj s lowaer. Agents for
he sale jABDSBRi FH1PPS. A C0..S
Celebrated Sagar Cared Hams,
. . and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GKOCEKIES
in all their varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, etc, . lull-eodiy
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
Jo all tchom U may concern :
. . . . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ,
CoLUUBca. O., Sept. H, lWi8.j '
Notice is herebv si ven tbat nroceedina-s have hem
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
makime the following improvements, to wit :
for repaying tne sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street.
Also, to construot a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
on Seventh street from a point opposite the north
line of W. C. Brown's lotnn Broad street to a point
opposite the north line of the first alley north of
nroaa siree&easi oi oevenm street.
Also, for constructing; stone arch culvert of such
dimensions as may be required, across Broad street
where the proposed tlitch orosses the same near
Acneson s lane. - -
Al?o. to establish the bonndarv line of Park street
between North Public lane and the bridge over
the C. C. A I. C. Railway, and to erect marks at
Each points as the same may be easily known.
Also. for grading and paving tbe unpaved side
walks, gutters and erns.inxs, and grading and grav
eling tbe road wa y of Walnut alley from Fair alley
west to r ront street.
The 8Ame to be done in accordance with Tjlats and
estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming 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. I). 1868.
Li. Hi. W1L.BUJM,- .i
sepl7-dltaw4w . City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
Jo all whom it map Concern i -ir.--.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus. O.. Sent. 23. lses.t
Notice is hereby given thatnrooeedinga have been
instituted in the City Con noil of Colum bus for mak
ing the following lmDrovements. to-wit :
For grading and Daving the unnaved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings on Third street from tliokory
aney to norm street;
Also, tor grading and saving tne unsaved side
walks, gutters and crossing! on the south side of
norm street, irom xnird street to r ourtn street;
Also, for grading and naving the gutters and cross
ings and graveling tbe sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to ftjeamore street. '
Also, for sradine and reD&ving the sidewalk and
gutter and cro-sine on Rich street, in front of Lot
fto. 5 of Deonison's snbdivisianof ontlot No. 39:
j Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
' Also, for grading and naving the gutters and
curbing on the sontn side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway lrom UigO street to r air
al-er:
A i so. for buildirg a double row flag crossing
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
The same to be done in accordance with the olate
auu estimate w oe prepareu oywie,iiy iivu .engi
neer, and nied in tne othce ot the Citr uierk.
AU persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on or
netore the r-ig ileouth day ot November, A. V
1888.
- L. . WILSON,
o;t5 dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all w-hom it may Conem : '
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus, O.. Sept. 21, 1868.)
Notice is herebv si ven that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Co. urn bus, for
maKina cue touowinc improvements, to-wit :
Kor reoavin-f tbe frattera and reset tin? the curb
ins on the west nd of Seventh, street between
friend street and Kica street.
Also, for wavin the unnaved sidewalks on the
east s de ot p it tn street between hue a street a ad
Cherrv street.
Also, for cr ad in ir and era veli tiff Chapel street
from High street tJ Fair alley.
Also, for eradine the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the C. C. A C. railroad depot to the Hoe
ol W m. .Weirs property.
The same to be done in accordance with tlafc and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, ana mea in toe omce oi tne Kjij uierK.
AU persons claiming damages on account of paid
oroDosed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of te Clerk, in writinc, on or
before the Seventh day ox INovember. A. L. 1868,
Jj. Xt. W IIaSUI,
sep24-dltaw4w City Clerk
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS TOTED FOR BISDIXG.
HAVE YOU
A NT BOOKS. m AG IZINES. SHEET
t. MUSIC. Ac.. Ac. that you wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through postcfiice, or at
tne " - -
Franklia Steam Book Bindery
..AND ,
BLANK BOOK MOTU FACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
tho State.
Booms 34. 38, 38 North High street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins & Myers', and Statesman
. - atcam Printing Offices.)
BLANK BOOKS!
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BLANK BOOKS!
Of every description and quality, from the huhe?t
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required patter o, and superior Korsmacsbip
at the lowest prices.
Orders frin Ciuntv Offioers, Banks. Merchants,
and all Officers if auim e SCfKhlUR BLANK
6U0KS. will be executed promptly,, with our per
sonal attention.
i our patronage respectfully solicited.-
. W. W. LEF4VOR,
octS-deov'em
Proprietor"
SIC BERT & LILLET,
Blank Book Manufacturers
PRINTERS. BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK BOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head-
COUNTY OFFICERS, MERCHANTS. II ANFFACTCKKKS
B1AUK3, BAlbRUAU WVA.ILa, .U.
Iff Fnll sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give peiieot satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouly - COLUMBUS. OHIO.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. rA. & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WAT C H E S ,
JEWELRV,
CLOCKS,
SII.TCR nnd
PLATED WARE,
CA.liES,
SPCTAtLES:
CUTLERY,
GOLIt PELVS,
POCKET-BOOKS and
OPERA. GLASSES,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on band a large assortment of
Setn Tbunas' and Waterbuiy Clock,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
for the
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
S" AH orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed.
F. A. A L. LESQUERECX,
feblA-eodly No. 71 South lliirh at., Colujibns.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
DEALER IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac.
173 South High stmt. Columbus. O. Repairing
carefully done and warranted. m7-od6m
HOTEL
ST. JASViES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HENRY P. ELIAS, .... Proprietor.
THI8 POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
Elace for persons visi'ing tbe oity. No pains will
e spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. myl2-dfim
COAL.
.iT
T. ALLEN, Ag en twi
nrnxcoNTiNCi! the coax Bi
TV NE.-S at bis presenisi.no., ) &;n:; n
JSo. 133 1'ortli HiglajifttreetV;,,,
and will take orders in both,:CAMBRJJ)GE,i
HOCKING COAL, which he lfprepArecfto sWa
the lowest nisrket price. .r iiw. A i;tt)V,
Ap jjpeciaiaueuiiuu pawaiifluiiiDinB, . ,
my20-eodtf
siiij ni eitoq sill :c am
. JquiJjjLiia duiij Jaul stij
ijoij,! Jji Id
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
PAPER WAREHOUSE. ,,
OlTAROf;
The attention of the Trade is called tothesnperi-
or stock of
lt I
PAPERS OF ' ALL RINDS,'
Justreceived ndf saleby
& MYERS
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Oar stook comprises a full line of :
Book, ., . ' "
Vrltln
,-T
Colored and: .'.f;
' . " - ' " Oil
Print Papers.
. if. i..
We have a full stock of
il n- il
ENVELOPES,:
; " - . ; :: . , U
Of all sites and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates..
t, i t. . ;, i
i i. -.. i
i.f . . : f.
oub stock or
-
Is unsurpassed in the city, including '
BRISTOL BOARD "
R. R. CHECK, ; ,
COLORED of ail kinds''
"1
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And BLANK.
. .70.-1
GIVE US A. , CALL'
WEYI.S & JTVEUS.
H0v2"
INSURANCE.
Auditor of State's Certificate
AS TO THB BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OP THB
C01VTIXEXTAL IXSURAXCE CO.,
. ; ,
OF NEW YORK.
FOB TBS SEAR BSD1XG VECXMBEBSl, I88T.
Capital fully paid hp
Amountof available assets.......
,..50O.0OO OO
..1,014.390 31
CERTIFICATE A OK 1'IIIL CATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
E.1 -t
UEPAKTMaNT OF INBURANCB,
Columbus. O-. February 15, 1868.)
It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire
Insurance Comoany, located ab New York, in tbs
iStateof New York, has complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this State relating to such Insur
ance Companies, for the current year, and has filed
in 'his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at tho
dateof suoh statement, as follows: . , t
Amoant of actual paid-up Capital fsoo.noo CO
Agcreeate amount of available assets. ...1.814,590 31
Agerrgate amount ol Liabilities. ino.
Re-insura'ce SRltrM 9
Amount ol income for the pre-eding year 801,18510
Araouut of expenditures for the preced
ing year - 681,443 47
' In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
mv name, and caused tbe Seal of my
IsealJ Office to be affixed, the day and year above
i written.
J AS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
By J as. Williams, Cbiet Clork. ' '
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co-agents,
(Xauchton BlockJ,
-; , Columbus), 0-
AS TO THB BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THB ;
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP
OF SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
- , .
CERTIFICATE FOB PDBUCATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) "
Department op Insurance. ;
, . Columbus, Sept. 19th. 1868.)
It is hereby certified, Tbat the Pacifio Insurance
Company, located at San Francisoo, in tbe State of
California has complied, in all respects, with tbe
laws of this State relating to snch insurance Com
panies, for the enrrent year, and has filed in tnis
ofiice a sworn statement, by the proper offioers,
. showing its condition and business, at the data ox
such statement, as follows, gold currency
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... (1,000,000 00
A ggregato amount of available assets.. 1.29,818 09
Aggregate amount of Liabilities 259,330 98
Amount of income for the preceding
year . 708.603 TO
Amonnt of expenditures for the pre
ceding year - 633.S85 IS
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused tbe Seal of my Office
seal. to be affixed, the day and year above
written.
JAS. WILLIAMS.
- Chief Clerk lor Auditor cf State.
Gpo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agents,
(Natjghton Block), .
Columbus, O. '
. -J
.ivr
bxift
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS ClltB8;I
NORTH BRITIsn &
IXSURAXCE COJU?Ai!VQrneo
Of London and Edinburgh.
AUDITOR i
Insurance!
COLUMsufcA),T&ept,1l&J.Ma.
It is hereby certified. Tbat the .North (iritifh
and Mercantile InsnrarieeCsihipahy.'ef Lendflrilaiid
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laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Xom-
siding in the State of OoioffaMd AbsA Ahsi awflrn
statement of its Droperjflicers.j nied in tbis depart
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