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! COLUMBUS, OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1868.
NUMBER 46.
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"Bchimess Notices', 50 cents each insertion. '
8 'Notices of Dbatbs, M een-a.
Notices OF Mabkiaors, 75 eer.ta. .
. RxMOim g NonO" 8. hair price. '
Mi transient adrrUtemGnU m4 be piid for at
As Hme fAey are o dared, . -
BUSINESS DIBECTORY
ARCHITECT.
T. BKVUKts, .
Architect. Civil Kneinoer, Ao.
Office over the National Kxebange Bank
ATTORNEYS.
BHASEH IfAKH. . '
- ATTOK8 AT !,AW '
. Office, o. 61 South high ttreet. Am bos Build-
J ., ATlORMtr-AT-LAW k MAYOR,
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DWAHDT. DeMNt)
AxruiuBi-Ai-tiAt notary rnoiie.
i Olhce iu Pars u't Baiidine.
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f.- UOOItuIIFI,
e ATTOKNKi -AT-LAW A Notary Public.
' Dffic 151 ftouth llu'h street.
AUCTION AND COMAHSSION
J. RGaU -
Auctioneer and Rea'er in Seal Estate House
huld Uooda-UioULiug and Notions,
V- ' r--- - Ko. T k est tit cad street.
BATH ROOMS.
iLOKUKIUilieil, .
KX Harber and llair Dres-er. Hot' and Col
Batbs. iiasecueat Posioffioe A iIJin.
BOOK' BINDERS.
to Book B insert Blank Book- Manufkciarers,
nr i i n il- I
fffr Wnil Mr;.
BOOTS & SHOES.
144 South High street. J u-t received, an
vlenaot assortment. Ast styles, low prioes. a.
elies, please call. -
.1 OKU tt OO.'S
XJ Is the noted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
lion prices. ijew emocb jnotroocivea- .
. . .. . 876 Soul h High street-.
. COAL DEALERS.
'pHnsOiCOi
JZ Dealers in Pittsburgh aod Ohio Coal. Also,
Uofce, Drain Tile and riuiue Hewer Pipe.
- No. aslAoith Huh street.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS."
Hi flTCU 4c SON,. v
C-jminifeion. Forwarding and ProducoMer.
chants, dealers iu Oraiu, Flour, -c, S7 W. broad
ktreet. -.
CORSETS.
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t. siansi ii-;if Ac no.. -
e Mnnulacturers and Dealers in French, Gar-
auu Auiencau corsets. Alo, Uuoi .-kiru
101 opera House.
,,'; CROCKERY, - &c-" -
- I WboledHie aa I Retail Dealer in 'hio,
Queei sare, ijiswts, Piatea UroJ, LauitJS an i Lamp
ixtures. 40 Nor n Uik stieet.
CI rtAr ,
Jm Importer and Wholesale and Retail lira e
ia Crockery. Cuina, Ulara. Ijulitr;, Plate! auoun.
Coal Oil iJiuipd, Ac.
, - - 359 South iluh street.
DENTISTRY.
. VV ... ro-e)ast Broad street..
We aim to be the be,.
GW DUHN, DENTI8T.' The best styles
e of Dentistry, inoludiug IJunn's improre
Mineral Plate. Otfioe. 10 and II Opora Block. '
DRY. GOODS.
Dealers in Dry Gjoa. Notions. Carpets. Oi
Cloths. AJauiag. ahaden. ilata. Caps aud J: uxs,
corner Uiftu aud Frieu; sireets.
J D. OSBuUK X U ,
142 South High street,
larpels Mit'inss, O.l Clotn,Ourt.ub, Sta leanu
Fancy 1 ryUoods. - -
j a .' t w . k : ' a ,
XI Wholesale and Ueiaii Dealers in Staple and
tauey Dr Uoods, aud Aiauutacturers of Ladies'
Ctuans. ' 123 S. High 8 rte
rovai'H r. DKiriiuooiisriiKe.
X F. Krnui A Co , cash dealers iu Dry Goods and
Aeti ni, south tourto eurect. -
Wholesale and Retail D aler in Dry Goods,
&aughton Building. xNn.. US and lfei South tiig:.
street.. i .
If-ISlOX A MluUIII
llVIKKIuUlli,
Dealers iu Staple aod Fancy Dry Goods and
' Furnishing; Uoodr. No. 0 Neil House.
tleuts'
IILIIUIIISI', t. it A k 4C tO.(
J Dealers in Staple and Faucy Dry Goods,
" fto-iW.-itiutb nui Ktreet.
AC tauAItliSSk A to.t
Foreign and Douestio Dry Gooda, Cloths,
ox, etc.. S50A iisa Scuth High strtet.
DRUGGISTS.
1 trui' tiitvii st'uau.
U . . j i. JOtt 8. hObERT.
Drugeist and Apothecary.
- - - 754 N'ortti High street.
M
Vy UULtSALli A KK 1'AlL DRUGGISTS.
,; r. - loo South aigo t.. Uuiuuious.u.
BMASJN, BtttCK tl CV.i
' Wholesale and Retail DruggisU, and Dealers
iu Proprietary Jaedicuiea.
34 North High street.
ENGRAVERS. ?
RICHCN A MOOHE,
. Designers, Kngrers and Publishers, nota
rial and other seals euuraved to order
- - Mob. 107 and Mi South High street.
FURNITURE, &c.
ClOl.UIMilUS CAKlMIi r to.,
J Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
rain Jf'urniture. Chairs, siattrasaes, etc.
ha. ta South High St. (Opera House).
OHlOFllUftU'UUaCU., - r
Manuiactnreraoi hrstolass Furniture. Whole-
tale and Retail W arerooius, 6, 1 and 8 Gwynne
clock.
. , HOUSE BURNISHING.
li at. AastUi lauxu it CO.,
A-ie Dealer, in Alantles. Stores aod House Fur
nishing Uuou. AUo.'1'in, Copper aud Sheet lrou
W are. . 17 fcaat Town street.
AKBS A SI VAUT,
burnishing Go ds. Mantles. Grates.
Copper, iin aud Sueet Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
2IIM Mi.nO. Uijh atrut
AMTOM, TA Y I.OH eV MUfF,
, iUle?i? "" aouM' 'urnishing Good?.
Marble and Slate Mantles, Urates, 8k.ru, Hot Air
F urnaoes. Ac. au North High street.
y.yp-.H00P. SKIRTS?7""
MRfcn, .. '
. Uannfacturer and Wholesale Dulii, i, a
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in lierlin Zeolier
mod Fancy Gooda, 103 South liijiU street. - .
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BUSINESS DIRECTCHY
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
C P.AITEI.I.,
Dealer in Musical Marebandifle. Bool 8. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods teneraily. Special Agent
fi r the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Maehiue. No. 5 South Hiih street.
HATS & CAPS.
f HS. HI. W. L1CF,
1 Suecexsor to E. Lauf J Dealer in Hats, Caps,
Fur? and Straw Goods 2Z9 South Higli street.
(Sirn Golden Hat)
HOTELS.
NATIONAL HOTrli,
Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
Nll'tlt SliftS HOI'Eli,
Corner High and Town streets.
E. i. BLOUN 1', Proprietor!
TfeTTLKK MOITSR. -
Corner Knnrtk A Friend Its. Commodious
bouse and extensive stables .
L. A. BOWERS. Pro rietor.
IKHCHAH-IS' HOTEL.,
L1 740 south High street. Good stabling attach
ed to premises.
W P. THATCHER. Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
Cox nec riccr muTVAb Life
suraca Company. Assets. $16.' OO 000.
WM. JA1U.SON, Acent. Columbus. O.
NEW Kilt K A naTEVBEKGCH,
GE N KRAL AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Compiny, No. Opera House.
HOME lKUttA!iCt2 COJIl'AMV OF
Columbus, O. apital and Assets, t400.M4.27.
W. C. 41.BAKEK, Sec'y
Office, Nos. 6 A T Opera House
MILLINERY GOODS.
W. Ml.
Wholesale and Retail M lMnerr Gonds.
191 Hizh street. Opera House Block.
t II. A. olltNl.G,
.1 Ueilertn Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No- 67 N.rth High street.
J II. ll,Klt,
a Dealer In .Millinery, I'ress a'd Cloak Trim
mings rd r ancy Goods . 130 outh H-h street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
O Merchant Tailors a ad Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
.. . Jio. 58 North High street.
c
Mprnhant ThUot 'flnil Healnr In fJflnfw Pnr.
nishiog iioods. Also aeut for the 0iam'ni hhirtfl.
'PHEOHIU HIF.ttCHtNTTAILOKIIVG
1 A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High Gents'
suits made to order. Ready made Clothing al
ways on band.
JOHN II. KlVKElBtCHKK,
Merchant Taiior and Doaler in Clothing and
Gents' F urnishing Good-i.
No. 61 North High street.
Jons HITFH,
MERCHANT TAILOR S20 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing coni-tanlly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
A Ft DK felts 6c HULL.
News Dealer.', Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 55 Son' h High street, uex door to Postotfice.
IHKU. tlttl.lTlANM,
V NewsDeaier, Kookseller, Stationer and Kind
er. Publications iu both German and fc.ng ish.
231 South High 8tre-t.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDKKWS, HEKKY Sc CO., '
V. Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Trint
mg anaf W rapping Papers, S3 A 95 N orlh High el.
Nt VIN-4 Ac inVFKH.
Dealers in Printing, Boo It, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Nor h tiigb street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
B
ALVIVI A I KVKN,
. PHOTOGRAPHERS.
" ' 81 sou'h High street.
7i. t LLiorr,
a PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sise.
D
J. AKCHEK,
F holographs. Ambrotns. Gems, etc., eto.
In 4al Ik 1J :U ..a
PHYSICIAN.
irl. DOWNS III. is.,
J No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, bar. Heart, Throat anl Lungs. Also, Diseases
Women and Children.
PIANOS.
I r. tl KKI A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lichta A
's aud Hane A B -o.'s Pia,.o. Also. Organs,
Jlelodeons and otuer musical instrnments.
36 North Higntreet.
J. V. U'llVUI,
a Aveut fr Chiecrings an. Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Metodeons and Sheet tluic.
21 Houtn Hiilli street.
RESTAURANT.
BAMC EXriIAlE BESIAUItAtNT,
Corner Sta'e and Hish5l.ti.
CUiRLEV A. UK, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
El MA ShHINU flliCIIIES,
ra. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera
House. W. PI M MEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
. 411J U IK. Ac CO..
a..a 1eaierH in r ine vretcnea. viocks, jowcirj,
Plaiedware. Spectacles. Ac. No. 11 Eat Town
street.
CRATES dr. IIAKKINfiTOX,
1 (Su9ssors to Wm. Hlynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. .lewelry. Silver Ware and Spec
tacles. No. 7 Neil Houre.
FA. I. IE HIKfclX,
- Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv. No. 71 South High street
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
AINCltOFI' HHOS. Ac CO.,
V holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and rotions.
.- -. 3 and 4 Gwynne Bkrck. Town street.
RKKD. JOISES Ac CO ,
Mannfaetiirera and Wholesale Dealers in Bi'Ota
Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEKEBV GIVEN TO
all whom it ma, concern, that, tbe City Bank
Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking 'company at the eity ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under an set of the General Assembly of the
said State of t'hin, entitled "An Act to incorporate
he State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February fttb, 1845. being desirous
relinquishing and closing its tfankiug Dnsine,
that end has in pursuance of the statutes of the
raid rotate of uhio iu such esse made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per lent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of tbe said Stale jf
Ohio to be destroyed, and hat e provided means and
giren security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Seoretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio for the redemDtion r-f its outstanding notes of
circulation st the office of the National City Bank
Cleve and, at the raid city of Cleveland, wh-re
said Ciy Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, J uljr Bi h. I J8.
ue-di u CJU niva, x-resioeni.
jyll-dltanom . .
NOTICE.
BANK OF COMMERCE, J
Cleveland, May 82, 1868. J
NOTICE IS HEBE GIVEN XOTHE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
l'ank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that af ter the expi'ation of six months from this
date, application will oe nrade to tbe Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the st, cks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the forty
first (41) seetion of tbe act to authorise Fr-ie Back
ing, passed March 21st. 1851.
t JOSEPH PERKINS. President
H. R. Hublbct. Cashier. CmavS5 dCm
' The Sisters of St. Marj'p,
rvF THE sfKll-CM, KECBNTLV OF
r oomeracv, imn i-vuuy, nut open tnetr large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 18U8. For Board and
Tuition. t75, 80. 85 aud 90, according to ihe de
partmentof thep ipil. ail. ROaE, Snp't.
Address Box S61. aui3-dtf
FOR, HALE.
HE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double brick house,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and one
acre and a half of grouod. inquire of
oot7-cod-m 163 iJ'rioud atreot.
MEDICAL.
WOMAN.
FEMALES, OWING TO THE
peculiar and important relations which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
can long be suffered to run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consnlta physician for the
relief of tbeso various delicate affections,
aud only upon the most urgent necessity
will a true woman so far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. The sex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving aud curing
almost every one of those troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex.
HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT OF BUCIID.
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself.
When reviewing the canses of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them. It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health aud happl
ness of woman in all classes of society
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the ball-room. Thus, with the body
half clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is halt accomplished.
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air ; the sudden change
of temperature; the complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessit)', produce their legiti
mate effect. At last", an early marriage
enps the climax of misery, and the un
fortunate one. hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
tbe experience ot thousands ot our young
women.
.Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, iu common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Lencorrhoea, Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued Periods, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known :
Helmbold's Compound Extract ok
Buchu. Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany.
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age, will find it a
remedy to aid natnre in the discharge of
its functions. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold's
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
roost prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at niglit, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
other. .
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for 6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe svmptoms in all communica
tions. Address II. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y.
. None are genuine unless done np in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
ij'-u-dwls-weowiy U. T. HELMBOLD. '
a
ljio talesman.
NOTICE. The Radical Test Oath of Missouri
and the Test Oath Government
of Ireland.
"The treaty ot Limerick was signed Oc
tober 3. 1791, and (says Sydney Smith) dif
fused comfort, confidence and tranquility
among the Catholics." It promised them
such privileges in the exercise of their re
ligion as they tlld enjoy In the time of
Charles II, and the King promised them
further security. But, October 22. 1791,
the English Parliament excluded Catho
lics from the Irish House of Lords and
Commons by a test oath. In 1795 they were
prohibited Irom educating or beinjr guar
dian to their own children. In 1704 any
son who would turn Protestant was made
owner of his father's estate. A Catholic
wa9 forbidden to marry a Catholic or hold
any office or vote. In 1709 a Catholia was
prohibited to bold an annuity for life, or
keep a school, or sit on a jury. And by
the same act rewards were offered for the
discovery of any popish priest.
Sydney Smith says: "This code of liws
reflects indelible disgrace upon the English
character; and explains but too clearly
the cause of that hatred in which the Eng
lish name has beerl 'so long held iu Ireland.
It would require centuries to efface the
impression."
This is the way in which honest and in
telligent minds in England now view the
Irish test oath government setup by Par
liament after the surrender at Limerick.
But what, asks that able sheet, the St.
Lotus Republican, has been the test oath
government ol Missouri? What has been
the policy of the Radical leaders in Mis
souri t They have copied this infamous
Irish code. They have fixed the same dis
grace upon Missouri which blackene 1 the
name of England. They not only disfran
chised voters, but tbey filled the public
jails with Catholic priests aud Protestant
ministers and young girls who committed
no crime but teaching school. They have
made a government more essentially and
thoroughly corrupt than any ever known
in North America. The test oath policy in
Ireland had the effect to taint the public
heart and conscience to the core. It offered
its daily rewards lor hypocrisy and per
jury and the rewards were eagerly swal
lowed. The system is true to itself. It is
in Missouri just what it was in Ireland.
And the men whe thus imprison men for
preaching the doctrines of the Prince of
Peace, because they will not take the ac
cursed test oath who imprison young
women for daring to teach a school with
out first polluting their lips with this in
sane oath, with hypocritical cant cry, with
General Grant, "Let us have Peace !"
One of the ablest pulpit orators of the
MethodUt Episcopal Church in that State
an Ohioati by birth who, during the
whole war, remained as true as the dial
to the sun in favor of the Union and against
Secession, informed us that, because he re
fused to take the oath, which blsconscieuce
would not acknowledge that the dominant
or any other party had a rijjht to force
upon him, every time he preached to his
congregation he was liable to a heavy tine
and a long imprisonment. Tho ministers
who so far sunk their manhood as to take
the oath belore they could preach the Gos
pel, were, as a general rule, held in con
tempt by the people, and thus lost their
influence.
It is but fair to state that Radicalism in
Missouri has committed greater outrages
than in auy other State of the Union, and
yet not a single paper, in support ot Grant,
has published a single word in condemna
tion ot its test oath, copied' from the bloody
code of England in her "conquered prov'
ince" of Ireland.
Giving Negroes and Depriving
Naturalized Citizens of the Right
to Vote.
In Pennsylvania, alone, at the late State
election, it is confidently stated that over
15,000 persons, duly naturalized, were de
privet! of their votes over teu thousand
of which were refused in the Radical wards
of Philadelphia aloue.
Philadelphia is the very place where
such frauds, if comiuitteJ at all, ought
to have their origin. It was there that the
first mobs against foreigners had their be.
ing, and during the reign ot which, Chris
tian churches were given to the flames
merely because on their spire a cross wa
erected.
In Ohio, Mr. Wixans, who will get the
certificate of election to Congress in tins
District, owes his reported majority ot 105
to the refusal of the votes of naturalized
citizens and the votes of negroes. On the
white vote he is beaten, and if all entitled
to vote, whose votes were rejected, had
been polled, the majority against him
would have been largely increased.
The Radicals prate much about "impar
tial suffrage," which an exchange defines as
giving tbe ballot to the plantation negro
and taking it away from the naturalized
citizen, and the. conduct of the leaders of
that party shows the definition to be a
correct one.
Guns to Arm the Negroes Destroyed.
siroj-eu.
The following telegram was received at
the War Department on Sunday night:
LITTLE ROCK, ARK., Oct. 17.
J.M. Scho field. Secretary of War :
The arms Durchased for the State were
destroyed by au armed band of men in
Mississippi river, ine Doac wascaptureu
and the arms thrown overboard. From
facts in inv possession I am satisfied that
armed resistance to the laws is contem-
olated. in which event the United states
forces here would be entirely inadequate to
preserve order.
POWELL CLAYTON.
Governor of Arkansas.
This dispatch has been submitted to the
President. It is understood in official cir
cles at Washington, as we learn by the Ex
press, that these arms had been purchased by
two of the most prominent officials of the
State of Arkansas on private speculation.
Tliey presumed the Legislature would pur
chase these arms at an advance figure for
the purpose of arming the negroes hy State
authority. The matter will be thoroughly
investigated.
Gallant John Covodb Is elected to Con
gress Irom his district in Pennsylvania. He
has never been beaten yet, but we looked
see hi oi defeated this year. However,
he has triumphed again. Hurrah for John
Covode! Cleveland Leader.
A special telegram to the Commercial tells
us how " gallant" (?) John Covodb was
elected. It says:
Pittsburgh. Oct. 20. The Twenty-First
District Congressional Conference of
JuJges met to-day at Grecnsburi?h. They
divided, and one party sent to the Governor
certificate ot John Covode's election by
three hundred majority. The other party
did similar good service for Henry D. Fos
ter, Democrat, giving him forty-one ma
jority. The Republicans produced sworn
testimony to prove that no legal elections
were held in two towns, where Foster had
three hundred and sixty-six niujority.
After disfranchising two towns, where
Foster (Dem.) had three hundred and
seventy -six maj irlty, the Radical Judges
sent to the Governor a certificate that
this0aan (?) old scamp was elected by
three hundred majority, while in reality
his opponent beat him sixty -six votes'.
Like the case of Julian in Indiana
where the Radical Judges of Election set
aside a precinct in the town of Richmond
because it gave a Democratieinsfority
thus disfranchising eleven hundred voters
In order to elect a Radical, Covodk is
elected, but no honest man would accept a
seat gained by such Infamous lrauds.
This is just What they have Done.
The Boston Post hits the nail fquarely on
the head in the following brief editorial :
The Radicals, who carried the election in
18S4 by the most gigantic fraud ever per,
pertated in a general election, are com
mitting equally gross violations ot law
now for the same end, and to cover their
acts and purposes accuse the Democrats of
what they themselves are practicing. From
the Nineteenth Ward of New York thev
took two hundred men and voted all of
them for the Republican ticket in Philadel
phia. They seized and destroyed thou
sands of naturalization papers at the pills
ig Pennsylvania, and denied enough legal
Tutcts ij'ieii iiiiij itj vu'r; w nave re
Versed the result tnere. Yet they cry.
stop tuiei."
"Pleaed with a rattle, tickled with a straw,"
Everybody ought to rej doe at the firm
ness of United States securities. But some
ot the political " points " made, are rather
amusing. Tne Journal says : "Ontlieday
before the election, U. S. sixes sold in our
market at 113?. and to-day none are to be
naa unaer lloii; wnue tne oon ls oi isoa
have risen from i03g to 109. and those of
lbW Irom lUSSJa to 111). Tnee ngures are
an eloquent commentary on the present
condition ot the campaign." The "cam
paign " was m a somewhat embryonic con
dition in June last, when we find that the
Sixes of 18S1 were quoted nearly three per
cent, nipher (US, June 21) than tney are
to-day (115 to 115.V) The Sixtv-tives
(January and July) sold at 114, against
WOX to 109JJ to-day (Frldav ) Sixtv-
seveus brought H4, a?ainst U0,1(i$110
to -day. .rush tilings." JJoston fast.
We commend tbe above to the consider
ation of that class of people who think that
Republican success is a good thing.
LAST GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY.
HON. GEORGE H. PENDLETON
HON. MILTON SlYLOIf,
HON". EOBER P. E. CHAMBEES
Will address the people of Columbus at the
west front ot the State House ou
Satnrday Evening, Oct. Slat,
at 1 o'clock.
. Let the White Boys in Blue. Democrat
ic Clubs, Jeffersonian Guards, Hickory
Sprouts and all other Democrats make
their arrangements to attend this meeting.
v-'VSA5-' Ft
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chm'n. Dem. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.
HON. GEORGE XI. PENDLETON, HON
MILTON SAYLOK AND HON. ROB
ERT E. CHAMBERS
Will address the people as follows :
At H MILTON Tucsilar. Oct. SYth. "
At URHANA. Wednesday, Oct. 2Sth.
At WaPaKOXKTA, Thursday, Oct. 29th.
At TIFFIN. Kriday. Oct. 3Dih.
At COLUilBOS. Saturday. Oot. 31st.
HON. A. G. THURMAN, GEN. DURB1N
WARD AND HON. D.J. CALLEN;
Will speak at
DELAWARE, Tae.da. October 27th.
UNCASI'EB, Wednesday. October 23th.
NEWARK, Tinrsnav, OctofcerS9ih.
WOOSTKt. Friday. October 3iwh
CLKVELANl'. Saturday. October 31t.
HON. P. VAN TRUMP, HON. FRANK
H. HURD AND HON. T.J. GODFREY
Will speak at
HI L LS DO RO CO T, Tuesday. October E7th.
PORTSMOUTH, Thursday, October S!9th.
MARIETTA, Saturday, October 31st.
GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN AND HON
' CUILXON A. WUHE,
Will speak at
ST. CLAIRVILLE.Tuo.dar. 0t 27th.
N W LISBON, Thursday. o S9th.
WAU iIlN, Saturday. O -.tober 31at
GEN. GEORGE W. McCOOK
Will speak at
WApAK'lNETA.Thur?aay.October29th.
TIFFIN. F iday. October 30th.
TO L K OO. with H-n, K. P. Ranney acd Hon. W. I)
Hill, Saturday, October 31st.
HON. HUGH J. JEWETT. HON. L. R
C R ITCH F I ELD. COL. JOHN M. CON-
M ELL AND HON. ROBERT BRIGGS
Will speak at
CINCINNATI. Saturday, Oct. 31st.
HON. HENRY" CLAY DEAN
Will speak at
BUCYilUS. OctoVer23I
UPPER SAN DUSK Y. October 24th.
WOOOSflKLI). Octoher27tb.
CIRCLE VILLK, October 29th.
B a T 4 V I A . October 3t n .
GEOKOb't'O N, Ootober3lst.
HON. C. L. VALL ANDIG HAM,
Will speak at
CRESTLINE, Monday, October 26th.
W. WEBB, E. F. BINGHAM.
Sec'y, Ch'm'n.
PROPOSALS.
SEALED PROPOSALS
Yyil'L. KK KECKIVKD AT THG OF
y fioe of tbe City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until
Monday. Oct. 2G.li, 1888,
at 4 o'olo'k P. M. for furnishing materials and
doing the followirg work:
For grftdinx and pavint- the road way of Public
al'fly irom liigh atreot to Fair alley.
For building a double row tUg crossing across
Public alley at, the wet side ot High street.
For building a doublo row flag crossing a:ross
I inn alley at the east side of High street.
For graiing and pavtns the sidewalks, cutters
and crossings and grade atd gravel the roadway
on Walnut altey from Fair alley to Front street.
For grading and paving the pidowalks, gutters
and crossings on the tan side of Filth street from
Kick street to Cherry street.
For srading the gutters and crossings and grad
ing and graveling tbe sidewalks on Washington
avenue from South street to South Pubtio lane
For grading and paving the un paved sidewalks,
guttf rd and crossings on Washington avenue from
lat Long street to Fast Cay street.
For grading Parson's iane Loin East Public lane '
to the corporation Line.
For grading and reparing in front of the prop
erty known as No. 19 West Broad street.
The bid- will be opened by the committee of the
ward in which the work is to be done. The em
mittee reserve the right to reject any or all bids at
their d:.cr.uon. g p. BOWEN.
Citv Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineer's office. No. 98 South High
street, up stairs. oot2l-dtd
MISCELLANEOUS.
S. S. PINNBY'S
J-JANCINQ ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTON HALL.
Fi r juveniles, Saturdav afternoon, from 2 to 5
P. M. Gentlemen's evenin olass at AMBOS
HALL, 23d int., at 8 o'clock P. M. oolU
JOSEPH H. G-EIG-ER
Attorney at Ia-w,
PAES01TS BUILDING,
ans28-eod3m COS. TOWN A BIGBSTS.
TPOTS.
PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
1 : - -nni-a nil I VflfV IliniltnitiA LlnJ 1
and six rears' old. very handsome, kind
suuud. Will bo sold low
auK'iS-dtC
H1CUARD KEVINS.
MEDICAL.
WHY ENDURE
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dysperttio may almost say with St.
Peter. "1 die dtiilr." Tne oh. oot of this article is
not to remind bin of 1 his pangs, bat to show
him how tobanisb them il forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in
HOOFLAFJD'S
GFRMAN BITTERS!
And it is for Mm to sav whether he will continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
sition to render lu'e eujoyable.
LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of theefErair of this matchless vee 'table stom
arh;c are to be found in every eitv and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
f-otn torture by its f use. and eutT to b ar
testimony to its vir- V tues It differ from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticular it is not alcoholic.
For such constitutions and systemsa. require for
their iuy.sor.uioa a diffusive sliuiu.ant,
HOOFLAND'3 .
CEREV1AFJ TO NIC !
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom a"e held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious eonstitueits. The
Satient. in choosing between th ise two treat anti
otee, sbo'ild be guide I by his own condition. 1 f in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selec ion; but in cases where tbe emergsnny is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reo ii'ed.
Thousands find infin- ite benefit from tak
ing eaoh in turn. - There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wbiob.siugly orcombimd, thoy will not effect
cure.
Exchange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Str ngth. (let rid of the ail
ments w. ich iuterfere witn enjoyment; east gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a
NEW MAN
Through the instrumentality of the most power'ul
and popular of all vegetable iuvigor.nts and coi
rectives, IIOOFLAXD'S GEBM.1Y BITTERS.
Biliousness. Indigestion, General Debilitr, and
all the complaints which proceed ftora a wart f
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
bowels, areeradicatel by a eourse of this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC.
Which not only combat! and conquers diseases that
bave entrenched tbeo-fe'.ves in He system, but
is the brst known stfetuird against aU unhealthy
influences. Persons whose occupations and pm
suits suoject them to tbe depressing eH'ects of a
ciose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take itre;.
u' ariy as a protection agaiuft tbe la fevers ani
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are
WASTING AWAY,
Without anvsppoim otplaint, except agradual
declination of bodily strength an i nervous energy,
will find in the HI I'- E" TER3 a fountain f
vitality and vigor, as lj refresiing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the sand-soorohed
and fainting travelers.
HOOPLaTTD'S
CERRiAS3 BITTERS
Is eomposei of the pure iuices (or, as they are me
dicinally termed. Extr.icta. of R oti. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free trout Aicoholio admixture of any
kind. ...
HOOPLAND'S
GERMAN TOFJ1C
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, etc, making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice. !ys- pepia. Chronio or
Nervous Debility, mm Chronio Diseases of
tbe Kidneys, and all diseases aria.ng Irom a .disor
dered xiiver or scomscn,
snch
as Consti
pation, inward
Piles. Fullness of
Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach.
Nauea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weightin the
Stomach, 8our eructations, Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Kwimminff of the Head. Hurried and IlifSnnlt
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
liunnes oi vision, I'ois or wens Deiore tne
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the
Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh,
. Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and
Great Depros-f '
sion of
Spirits,
Thoy are the Greatest and Bestl
IJLOOI) PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bsd Hlood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. j Keep your digestive
oreaos in a souuti, . ueautiy condition, oy
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ev.r
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every ease of MARASMUS
witnoutta-.i.
Thousands cf certificates bave aocnmnlated in
the hauls of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 nose, il will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
tney mast De Deiievea.
THE VMGLE SUPREME COURT
OP PEXNSm'lVrANIA
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
i ,
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes
timony i
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiitjs :
jrBiltADKttpa i a, xuarcn 10, iodi.
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" ia good ton
ic, u-oful in diseases Rl of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- lis efit in cases of debil
ity and wantof nervous ac'im in the sys!em.
lours truly, utu. n . huuuwabu.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadklphia. April 58, 1806.
1 consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o ses of attacks of indigestion or
D'&peoiia- I cau ce-ti'y this Irom my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
jam&3 mujirau.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
x biladelphia, sen. 1. lee.
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i- not an ln
toxi ating drink, and mav be used beneficially by
persona of adage. , e Pectfullyours.
CATTTIOKT.
HonSand's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See tht the signature f"fc ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tne wrapper of IV eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. ...
Principal Office am manufactory at tne uerman
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
PRICES.
Hoofland's German Bitters, por bottle t 00
Hoofland's German Hitters, half dosen. ....... 6 00
UootUnd's German Tonic, put. uf mv.
per bottle, or a nan . ,
Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere.
jy2S-dw& geowlyl
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
paper varehouse:
.f.'r". 't
The attention of th Trade is sailed to tbe superi
or atook of.
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
Just received ndf sale by
i a.
NS & MYERS
36s 38 A: 40 SORT A ' IGH ST.,' ""'
Hi , , , .
.! r ! ...
C O LU M B Ul
Oar stock comprises a full lib sTolT rt
Book, '
;-- ;. ,-f .,i
Writing,
1 1
i I
Colored and:
Print Papers.1
- '';' ' ' '-.!'; ty 'I '
f ' t'i li") '
Wa have a fall stock of
:..: f ill
envelopes;'
. :). .. I
Of all sizes and varieties, which will be sold atitbV'
llowest market rates., . j -. i
' '. ' ' it
. .
OVB STOCK Of 1 -' 1 "
t V o!-,t-i-i
O '." '.33 .,, m
Is unsurpasbed in the eity. including
BRISTOL BOARD
t r.,IT
R. R. CHECKeV";.:
COLORED of ail kinds ' ' '
. And BLANK. .. . ;.,
G I y 13 US A.'' C A LL 3
nov3
INSURANCE.
Auditor of State's Certificate
. ' AS TO THB BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE -,
coxmrniL insurance co.y
or new lioR,
FOR TBS TEAR ESD1ITO DECEMBER 31, 186T.
Capital fully paid hp.. 500 ,OOf flO
Amount of available assets..... .i...l,sA4,o80. 31
CERTIFICATE FOR. PCBL CATION.
: AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)"
Department op Inbckikck.
Columbcb. O.. February IS, 1868.) ' -It
is hereby certified. That tbe Continental (Fire)
Insurance Comoany, located at New York, in- the)
State of New York, has complied, in all respects
with the laws of this State relating to such insur
ance Companies, for the current year, and baa filed
in 'his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at tha
date of snch statement, as follows : , ,
Amoant of actual paid-up Capital...... 600,000 00
Aggregate amount of available assets. . . .1.8U.530 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (ine.
Re-insura 'ce 881 99i PJ
Amount ot inoome for the pre edinryear 801,08$ 10
Amruut of expenditures for the preced
ing year 681,4a 47
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
mv name, and caused the Seal of my
IskalJ Office to be affixed, the day and year above)
written. : ;
JAS. H. GOUMAN. Auditor of State. .
By J AS. Williams, Chiet Clerk. 1
Geo. F. 0'flarra & Co., Agents,
(Nauobtom Block), ' ..
ColambiS) O.
iV"i 1
AS TO THB BUSINESS AHS A FT A IRS OF THB '
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP Y,
OF SAN FBANCISCO, CAL. '
CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION,,
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE. ;j
Department of Insurance. ,
Columbus, Sept. I9tn. lbo8. X
It is hereby certified. That the Psoitis InsurawM
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
California has complied, in all respects, with that
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the enrrent year, and has filed in this
offioea sworn statement, by the proper ofEoers.
showing its oondition and business, at tbe date ox
such statement, as follows, gold currenoy i
Amount of actual paid np Capital.... tl.000,000 00
Aggregate amoant of available assets.. 1,289.818 0
Aggregate amount of Liabilities...;-. .. 26,S0 B8
Amount of inoome for the preceding
year ' ' 708.003 TO
Amount of expenditures for the pre
ceding year 633,(85 IB
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and oansed the Seal of my Office.
I seal. to be tffixedi the day and year above,
written.
JAS. WILLIAMS, .; I
Chief Clerk tor Auditor of State. .
. Geo. F. O'Uarra & Co., Agents,; '
; (JSauohton Block), . ,,
Columbus, O.
;i r.i !i
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THB' ! '
NORTH BRIT1M1 & MERCANTILE
ISUKANCE COMPANY,'1
Of London and Edinburgh.1
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) . .
Insurance Department.
COLCMBUfr, O., Sept. 18, 1868 ) '
It is hereby certified. That the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Carapany. of London and
Edinburgh, has comjliod in ll resptots with tie
laws of this State relating to Fire Insursnoe Com-.-panics
of foreighn Gevernments, for the enrrent
.... ;n.ii,si. th. dcDosit of One Hundred Thnn.
i sand' Dollars for the security of Policy holders re-,
sidirjgin ine oi.iw vr- f?n-tu sworn
statement of its proper officers, fl ed in tins depart- t
ment shows its condition and business at the data
of such statement (Deo. 81, 186T) aa follows : '
Amount of actual paid up oopilal !SO,0CO-.
Aggregate amount of available assets (13.603,803 86
Aggregate amount of liabilities.. 1,741.810 -
Amount of income for the preceding ,
year 3.600.213 7
Amount of expenditures for the preoed- ' i
ing jear 3.737,1166 34 ,
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
mv name and eaused the Seal of my Office
(seal. to be affixed the day and year abova ,
written.
JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
By Jab. Williams. Chief Clerk, j. . i(j VIii ., .,
Geo. F.O'Barra & Co., Agents, . .
Nauohton Block),
Colnmbas. O. .
I ootld3taw3w-th8-T ' ' '
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