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MONDAY; .MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1868.
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LocAji NOTICES. U ente fv Hte eab inserti.a.
,ADTlBisa K4.no fob Tri-W isct 8ttb
4Jt KwnwHim eiek intcrt.on: for three
Kiuli ttM0t aiasount at iw-hilf (mot Dily
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jsoticssop uiatbs, aoon;4. . . ,.
fionoMor Hinun,nnnW li tsaa.-.
Sbi.ioi". b Notiob, half prim.
All a miaiw ai4tarfiitaaBft,atai4 h paid firwt
UUttmi Uutyar i4ri, , , , -
BUSI1? ESS "DIRECTORY
ARCHITECT.
T T. BHOOKK8,
Architaet. Civil KDajimar, fte. -: J"'- -Ofiea
orar tha Matioaai Eiohanra Bank
ATTORNEYS.
BKASEKS If AH,
ATT0KNK 8 AT LAW
OOM, B. V tioatat Biaii itraat. Amboa Baild-
tac-.- i -
ATTOENKT-AT-LAW MAYOR,
.- MajefMHBee-
DWiBBT.DtUIlIi -
AXTUExii-ATLAW a Notary Poblio.
Tif - ' Offiea id FaniD'a BaildiDK.
T ' J. WOODKlFf,
Xi ATTORMilf-AT-LAW A Notary Poblio.
Offio IS1 Houth bish atreat.
ATJCnON AND COMMISSION
J' 43. BEaL,
. Aaetiotieerand Dealar in Real Eitala Boosa
hoid Uooda, OloUiiog and Noticiaa, '
. . r West Broad teeet.N
BATH ROOMS.
luwH.a naiuni
UT'iiarhar aad Hair Oreier,
Hot and Cold
VaUM. tlaiaaiaat fowcalea U
ildia.
BOOK BINDERS.
L'lbKH'l Jr. tlLtiiV.
O Hook Biadarg ' Blank Book Manaiaetarers,
rYiatera ana. raoua oars.- -
- Opera HniHrtg.
BOOTS SHOES.
ITT : T. WIL.L.IAR1S at 4JU.a ' ". i V
W 144 8oat Higa itreet. Juit received, aa
leaant aeaat Hue at.
atisa. aJeaeall.-r .
XMaitjraaa. lowprioat. La-
1
XJ Itba aoted bonse for food Boots and Shoes
at low prices, new ciook justreoeivea-
i .:- 37 South High street.
COAL: DEALERS.
nOBlKION Sc CO '
Saalarsta Kttsiuirsh and OhloCoal". Also.
Coke, Drain rue and stone bower ripe.
No. Ml 'konth
- nisi
sh street.
CX)AIMISSION MERC ttANTSrl
H: fitch St son,. . -'
CvBiiBMsion, For warding and Prodaoe MoT
chants, aeaeees ia Uraia, Flour, ae.
street. . .j. .... .'
SI7 W. Broad
CORSETS.
DH. MAtJNfeBtta, JO.,
.a ManuXactarers and Dealers iaFrenoh, Gar-
ma and
Corsets. Also. Hoop Mrirts.
u V.
: . 191 opara House.
r CROCKERY,; &c.f
TT7J1. ELTON,
W holesale' and SsUB Dealer in China.
Qneensware, Glass, dieted GoedSi Lamps and Lamp
Fixtures. .. , ... .. 4 MorJi High streeur-
C. 1- aA r, '
a Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ia Crockery, China, Glass, Cutlery, Plated Uoods,
Coal OU Lamps, Ao. f j
159 South High street. -
deitistry:1
WAaCNAvai 6c EITliUInOrJK, a
N o. M East Broad street
'.We aisaate bathetss.. ,
G.
V DtVIaN, DENTIST. The beat styles
-ei ueacistry, ineiaaing unnn improved
Maeral Plaie.
Ofiise, 14 and 11 Opera Block. '
DRY GOODS.
d JiBEHLV 4k CO..
KJ Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets,
Oil
Cloths. Matungs.
Caps and Fan,
oraer Hign and Fnend streets.
JO, OSHOSAN . O.,
a " " . us Sonth High street.
Carpets Mattings, Oil Cloths,Cartains, Sta leand
Fancy Lry Goods.
. Jt Mr-. SS. ct, :
. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
titt lTf Gimds. rM f"""'j'"" of Ladies'
Cloaks. . . - . mS.Higha'reet.
T74IJKTH 8T. DRT GOODS STORE,
X1 F.' Krnm A Co.j cash dealers iu Dry Goods and
Not! ns, 188 south tourtn street. .- - .
JAJItl NAVUH ON,
Wholesale and Retail D?ler in Dry Goods,
INanghton Building. Mo. US and 133 south Higi-street,-
" . ..
KsaitkON dr. UlUGIN
- DeaSBBS tm ritasJ. aarl
Fanev Drr Goods and
tients Furnishing Goods, No
o. Neil Hoaa..
iAJtajaiax. uttAI c CO.,
,Dealers in staple and Faoey Dry. Goods.
. . . .- J1 o. wt nnqin aueu atreet-
A.C.
Fo
HaAitLEt 4tU.. -
Foreign aad Domestic Drr Goods, Cloths.
I aia, aw, ' wva w4 ouHui nisH Bum. - .
druggists;1
TtrOT SJUCG STOSAE. .
MS - .JOHN S. ttOtfEBTS.
Kroggut and Apothecary.
K4 North High street.
AsaaLEek ttiroON, ' - -
ill WHWLASALK A RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
" ' . U South High St. Columbus. O. ;
BOAACfa. HIACCK. St CO.,1- '-' '
W hoUsale and Retail Druggists, aad Dealers
la Prepneta Meajeines.
.- - 84 North High street. '
-engravers:
Riches at hoiihe, - - ,,..-.--
Designers, Eaaravers and Publishers. Kota
Ital aad other seals engraved to order. c .
- Nos. 107 and 108 Sonth High street
T FURNITURE,' &c. '
pOUUDBTJI CABINET CO.,'
Vj Manufacturers ana Wholesale aad Retail Deal
ers in r uruiture.Cnairs, Wat trasses, etc.
- No. t South High St. (Opera House). .
VI alanntantnraraol firatelasa Furniture. Whole-
Iale and Ketaii, W arerooins, 8, aad 8 Gwjmne
Hock.
:: HOUSE FURNISHING. "
IT! .. . Alt, MS 1 a. O SI 44 Sc. 4J4.
Aa Dealer, iu Mantles.. Stores aad House Far
Bishing Uoods, Ai.o. i'in, Copper and Sheet Iron
. i7 .asl lown rtrect.
a KENS St STUART.
JTli House Furnishing Cfoids, Mantles. Grates.
vpp". m ouect iron, stoves and Mantles.
. aua south High street.
ASTON, TAILOR St HUFF, ' '
i Dealers In Hardwara. Hmm l.i.it n t'
Marbl.and Slate AUntlea, Orac. rTHotAi
--" uiau street.
HOOP SKIRTS.
XV. ' .Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer la Hoop
Skirts and Oorsets. 'Also,' dealer In Berlin Zechar
.. - . - j- . ' . - -
BjBO.aMaaw " I Hima.nimi .
BUSIHSS DIRECTCHY
HOWE i ! SEWING MACHINE.
Dealer ia MmroaJ Harrhandrse. Boots. Sta-
tioaeryBd Faney Goods ranarollT. Bpeeial Acent
lir tbe eeUbrated i.lia Howe uoid
Uedal Sewins
Machine .
Mo6 SoatbJiiaajtreet
'HATS&CAPS..
t If MS. M. M, LAtr, ..n 1 m -
VI SSoeewort ii.tjuf,) Dealer ia Bats. Caps,
Fan aad IStraw Goods Soa Jjooth Htun rtraat.
c . Sin Uoldeo Hat.) :
HOTELS.';
NATIONAL HOTfcL) "" '
Opposite Depot.
f. S. H. UAVIUSONProprietor.
U
nitko m tri;uori;; r.
Vomer Hisn ana lown -sorents.
i - E.J, BLOUNT. Proprietor.
ZlsTTLRH HOl)1E(
Corner ronrtb Ar Vriend sts. " Commodious
house and extensive stabler. "
ii. A. uy w jsns. rro-netor. .
MEHCIUITStnOTEL,.'
. MO South High street. Good subline attach
ed to premisea-
W P. THATCHER. Proprietor.
INSURANCE-
-14iPIKO rrcOT
IICTOSL LIFE
mnM nmnnanv. Aafl.ta. SlH ' 00 (O0.
WM. JAMISON. Agent. Oolumbus. O.
NEWKIRK'Ic IrfllVTEMBEHGEK,
GEN tRAb AGENTS Security Life Xnsuranea
Company, No. B Opera House,
HOWE INSfJIAANCK' COMPA1Y OF
Colnmbos. O. apital and Assets, 485,514.17."
W.'C. li. BAKER, Pee'y. " ,, J .
i.i. ' - Office, Nos. 4T Opera House
MILLINERY. GOODS.
c.
Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods.
101 8.
High street. Upera House UlooK.
a a K a.
uowmG.
31 Deiler in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim-
mints.
bo- 47 North Hitn street.
JH. WILKIF, ' J -.
Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim-
aiinra nd aney Unoda. 130 Hoatn Htn atreet.
r . MERCHANT TAILORS. r
SCHAVHArTSEN lOHLLEBEH,
' Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur- .
Dishing Goods,
; .'."T No. 58 North High street.
G-W.W1SWASIDEK,
. Merobant Tailor and Dealer 1n Gents Fur
hiataing Goods- - Also asentfor the Diamond shirts,
i , . . ISlSoaUi Huh street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT TAlLOKIItG
- A CLOTHING CO.; 186 8. High at. Gents'
aits made to order. t Rtadymade Clothing al
wavyconbaod. ....... . -
JOHN (1. KIC!KEJRAOHKK,
.- Merchant 'i'aiier aad Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Famishing Goods. , . .
' No. 9i Horth High street.
JOHH HONTEK,
MERCHANT TAILOR. MO South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
ANDMbWS ft HULL,
' News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers
No. 66 South High street, nez' door to PostotSce.
trua4I. Utsl-iMANfll,
' News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
r. Fubiications in both German and Eng-ish. . ,
o- ---- - - Ml Houth Hieh street. '
; . TAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDKEWS, rEKRY ft CO.i
Manutaoturers and Dealer in Writing, Print-'
in aad Wrapping Papers. S3 A 86 North High it. !
VINS A IIVERS.
''Dealers in Printine. ilooV. Writina and Fine
Papers 86, S8 A 40 Non h High street. . '
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
E , . - . PHOXOGRAPHtRS.
81 e)on' h High street.
t :
yt. ELLIOTT,
J a PHOTOGRAPHER, 10T South nigh street.
Piotores made in every style and sis. -
D J. ARCHER,
a Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc.,
- No. 338 South High street. '
PHYSICIAN,
Em.- downs, hi. i.,
e lio. Z Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Tbruat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
Jr. nAuuts sc co
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Ligbte
Sj
I ' . mnri Uain,. Km. 1 ,n I li
Co. and Hainea A Bro.'s Pianos. Also
rgana.
Uelodeons and other musical in? trnments.
' - , 36 North High ttreet.
SJ. WOUOS; ' " ' ' : ' " 11 1 ' --4 ' '
Acent for Chiekaring's and Emmerson's Pi
anos.. Also, Organs, Alelodeons and Sheet Moeio.
i . 31 South High street.
RESTAURANT.
3
AJ.K EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner state and Hish rti eet.
. - CHABLEY ii US, Proprietor. .
j SEWING MACHINES.
A ET4JA SEWING MACHINES,
il The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera
Bouse.
W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
k AS. DCftBAK Sc CO..
LVa Dealers in Fine Watches
Clocks. Jewelry.
Plated ware,
street.
Spectacles, Ac.,
No. 11 Ka.t Town
GATES Ac HARRINGTON.
(Su'eessors to Wm.-Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, silver Ware and Spec
tacles. No. 3 Neil Houre.
fey
A. A L I.E-Q,CII-:KlllIX,
W bnleitale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrf. . N o. 71 South High street.
1 1 STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BANCKOFI' BROS. Sc CO.,.
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
' ' - 3 and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street.
REED. JONES Ac CO.;
' Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In Boot
and Shoes.
No. Gwynne Block. Town St.
r
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j
I
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NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carryina en business as an lndeoen-
I dent Banking tympany at the oity ei Cleveland,
I u : .. i .1.- li-. 1 i ....v.T r .v.-
said State of Ohio, entitled ''An Act to incorporate
he state Bank ot Ohio and other Hanking Com
panies," passed February 34tb, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing iU Banking business,
to that end has- in pursuance of the statutes of the
said State of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum
amount of its oiroulatiug 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' r of State of said State of
Ohin for the redemption of its outstanding notes of
crenlatioa at the office of the National City .bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Dire
City Bank of Cleveland Jn 8,
by order oi tne uoara or uireotors oi to -
President.
jyll-dltaw6m
NOTICE.
BANK OF COMMERCE, 1
' Cli TEL AKB-, May S3. 1868.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TOTHE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after the expiration of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, See
reiary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the at. eks deposited to seonre the outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the forty
first 41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 31st. 1851.
nn JOSEPH PERKINS. President
H. R. Hublbut, Cashier. Cmay25 d6m
. The Sisters of St. Marj'g,
OF THE SPRINGS. KECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spaoious building for the reception of pupil, on
the first Monday in September, 1858. For Board and
Tuition. 76, 80. 886 and M, according to the do.
eartmentof the pupil. : SR. BOsE, Sup't.
Address Box 151. - ..... aui3-dtf
j ...FOB HALE.
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Rudolph Rickly. on the National road, east of
Blind Asylnm. consisting of a double brick house,
stable, slaughter hoase and outbuildings, and one
acre and a half of gxooJid. ',"ur,A,(J0JB IM3
: oetT-eodlni ' " - 169 East Friend street.
[From the Washington Express.]
Negro Supremacy.
The direful, consequences of the judi
cal policy of placing the negro a bore the
white are aptly illustrated by he course
of the armed negro mob that paraded the
principal - thoroughfares on - Tuesday
night. iWe call the attention of the
country to the wanton outrages perpe
trated by the brutal, ignorant crowd on
that ' occasion. Without the slighest
offence policemen were murderously' at
tacked; without any provocation our
white fellow-citizens were bludgeoned;
and poor unoffending , white women in
sulted and robbed: all this in the very-
face of the authority of the .nation and
in - defiance of the supreme authority,
which appears powerless to protect us.
What will be the result elsewhere - if
this revolutionary power is permitted to
rule 1 Below we republish the reports
of our local reporters, furnished us yes
terday : -. ,
OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT BY THE NEGROES
LAST NIGHT—THEY STONE SEVERAL
HOUSES IN THE FIRST WARD—THEY
ASSAULT CITIZENS AND POLICEMEN.
! As it' was expected last night by a
number of our' citizens that some diffi
culty would occur in the First Ward,
either before or after the dedication of
the 'Grant and Colfax pole, most of the
merchants in the neighborhood closed
their stores at an early hour. About
nine o'clock the Georgetown party left
the speaker's stand bearing their torches
for ihe purpose of parading through the
streets of that city to show" themselves
off. :
! When passing the fancy store of Mr.
Chas. Schultz, on Pennsylvania avenue,
near Twenty-second street the officers
took their swords and cut into the large
windows,tearing away the centre piece of
Ltrame worn, ana oi course aemousning
tne large panes oi glass. iot oemg sat
isfied with this, they stoned the upper
portion of . the building and literally
covered the floor of the front bed cham-
ler over the store, with stones. .
Some of the party also entered the
bakery of Mr. Christian Jacobs, helped
themselves to pies, and walked away,
refusing to pay for them.; A difficulty
occurred on Twenty-fifth street, in front
of the residence of a Mr. Carpenter,
just opposite St. Stephen's (Catholic)
Church, Mr. (Jarpenter s house suffered
from stones. , .
As our venerable fellow-citizen, Mr.
C. Cammaci, Grand Treasurer of the
faranrl Trlo-H V. A. . nf tlii Diatript.
was returning to his home from the
Grand Visitation to Harmony Lodge, he
was assaulted at the corner of 11th
Street and Pennsylvania avenue by a
crowd of negroes belonging to the pro
cession and badly beaten and bruised
about the head and other portions oi hi3
body with base-ball bats, clubs, and
other missiles, from the ettocts ot which
he is severely suffering to-day. - Mr.
Cammack is well known in this commu
nity, where he enjoys a reputation as a
citizen and a gentleman which the best
among us might well envy, and why
these negro demons should have singled
him out as a. victim of their outrageous
acts passes comprehension.
The boot and shoe store of Mr. Juene
man, No. 184 Pennsylvania avenue, be
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets, was also attacked by the 6am e
parties, the windows smashed, and
number of boots and shoes stolen.
JNear twenty-second street a negro
man in the line seemed determined to
get up a fight at all hazards,'and was
flourishing his sword round at a furious
rate. A pistol was tired by one ot the
men in the line, when this man rushed
into a crowd, flourishing his sword over
his head, and said if any one fired a pis
tol he would kill every one that came in
his reach: but fortunately no one stand'
ing on the sidewalk made any reply, and
the party moved on. . It is but justice to
state that the whites and the better class
of colored men having charge of the af
fair, regret the occurrence ot these out
rages exceedingly.
On the corner of Twelfth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, an Italian woman
vends fruits, peanuts, &c. Just before
the procession came along last night,
Othcer Andrew Hoth, ot the tilth Fr
cinct, in order to save her little store of
merchandise, told her to shut up her
stand. This she did. The negro glee
club in the procession happened to come
up just as she had finished ber work
when a huge specimen of the reconstruct
ed asked the woman for nuts, and anoth
er for fruit. They, not being satisfied
with this, demanded the woman s money
Officer Roth here interposed, and said
"Pass along, my men; do not create any
disturbance here. 1 his insulted the re
constructed, whereupon he gave Officer
Koth a blow with a base ball bat on the
back of the head. ' He was helped to two
more doses by two others of the black
pets. These blows did not knock the
officer down, but made an ugly and pain
ful -wound. He escaped from this de
moniacal crowd without further damages.
Dr. Entwisle's drug' store being nar,
the officer went in and had his wounds
bathed, and he was otherwise kindly
cared tor. Afterwards a doctor was
called in, who dressed the wounds.
Officer Hill was also struck by one of
the men in the procession last night,
while in the discharge of his duty.. The
nigs wanted to clean out the peanut
stand near -Fifteenth street, on Penn
sylvania avenue, and officer Hill
requested them not to do so. They
then went to work aud gave him a rap
acrosB the head, bet his cap saved him
from being killed. He was struck on
the arm also. He had to' run for his
life, as he said if he had not done so that
he would have been killed, A man who
was standing on Elliot's steps, at the
corner of Fifteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue, was struck in the mouth
with a stone. The officer saya be does
not know what became of the gentle
man. Officer Roth is in great pain this
WHAT THEY DID IN GEORGETOWN.
t Last night, shortly after the Grant
and Colfax procession left town, a num
ber of Negroes, armed with clubs, en
tered a little store on the corner of Mont
gomery and Dunbarton streets, kept by
Mr. G. Kraft, one of our most respecta
ble German citizens, and after plunder
ing it of whatever they wanted, knocked
his wife down and dragged her into the
street, where they kicked ber about her
person and left her senseless on the
pavement,
j Warrants have been issued for the
arrest of several who were known to
have been in the party, and the ring
i
leader, Alfred ' Showdeiv was "arrested
this morning by Officer; Cunningham,
and is held for. a hearing by Justice
Backey.; :';''' ',' - ' ,'
i The policeman' who was on the' beat
in the neighborhood -was threatened and
defied by the mob, and was powerless
to do' anything.' 1 ' -'; "-r - t
Governor Seymour's Organ on the
Election.
1 .We clip the following from the TJtica,
New York, Observer, the home organ of
Governor Seymour ' " " '
"The -man whojcounted bis chickens
before they were hatched was a Radical.
The men who fired guns on the prema
ture reports of an election; who shouted
themselves hoarse on the strength of a
false telegram; who took the first prom
ise of rebel success at Five Forks
to ' mean definite : rebel . victory; who
drank the new ' wine ' of . glorifi-.
cation before '.tho - grapes were . fair
ly crushed; who burned - their tire'' to
ashes when no reliable news had arrived
-these men are Radicals. ,, , , .i
, Unblushing audacity is eo requisite an
article to the Redical creed, that we were
less surprised than amused when the
ranting political hucksters and sleek, fat
office holders," teat the' air with, their
troolyloil Bcreeches on Wednesday morn
ing.' " ; n Isi:'-.;-:)-! "';! ' i i . .; ; '
Three days have passed now. The
smoke of battle is lifted, and in the clear
light of the October day we can discern
the forms of the hospital squad, bearing
off the dead and wounded. And who are
they? . -.'
Here is a little bngler. lie bugled at
the impeachment farce, ile was very
anxious to remove the President. The
district that he misrepresented has re
moved him. ' A lonely grave on the
banks of Salt River bears the simple
inscription : "Ashley, impeached."
The squad bears him off, and he sinks
forgotten into that obscurity from which
fickle fortune foolishly raised him.
And another is buried under a ronnd
majority. He sought the place, from
which General George W. Morgan was
unjustly ousted some time ago. Cooper
is his name.' Jiis whoop will not roll
through the' halls - of Congress. 'The
wings of his ambition are clipped. :
- From the field of Pennsylvania we
learn that Leonard Myers, who felt him
self secure behind a thousand . radical
majority, is knocked off .from his perch,
and is forced to yield bis Congressional
honors to a worthier competitor, a trusty
Democrat,; John Moffat. The mires of
radicalism are too foul for the Philadel
phians. '
And in Indiana, Uarter is laid out by
Yoorhees. Aud so it goes. iThe radical
stiength in Congress -is beginning to
break. ...
The results on the ceneral tickets in
Indiana and Pennsylvania are 1 still
clouded in doubt. Every additional
item of news brings hope to the Democ
racy. ' We have gained immensely in
Indiana. The : twelve - thousand men
in buckram appear now to be only twelve
hundred, even to the prejudiced eyes of
the Tribune. The .Radicals admit that
we have gained more than 13,000 votes
in Indiana; that we have gained three
Congressmen in Ohio, and two in Penn
sylvania.
Ibis is not all that we hoped to do, but
it is-enoBgh to itiepire confidence. He is
a bad General who is daunted by the
result of a preliminary skirmish. Form
the lines closer, men! xieid no particle
of hope! Keep the fires blazing! Make
the warfare aggressive, and the third of
November shall yet crown your eitorts
with victory." . '.' ';.. , '
gentleman riding came to the
edge of a
morass which be considered
not safe. - Seeing a peasant lad, he in
quired whether the bog was hard at the
bottom. - "Uh, yes, quite bard, replied
the youth. I he gentleman rode on
but his horse began to sink. ' "You ras
cal,'' shouted he, "did you not say it was
hard at the bottom 1" "So it is," repli
ed the rogue, "but you're not half way
to it yet."
LAST GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY.
"
HON. MILTON SAYLOR,
EON. BOBERr. E. CHAMBERS
Will address the people ot Columbus at the
west front of the State House on
l Satnrda y Evening:, Oct. Slat,
at 7J4 o'clock. -
Let the White Boys in Blue, Democrat
ic Clubs, Jeffersontan . Guards, Hickory
Sprouts and all other Democrats make
their to attend this
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chm'n. Dem. Ex. Com.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS.
HON". MILTON SAYLOR AND HON
ROBERT E. CHAMBERS ,
Will addres3 the people as follows :
At H MILTON. Tuesday, Oct. 87th.
At URBAN A. Wednesday, Oct. 3Sth.
At W APKON ETA. Thursday, Oot. S9th.
At TIFFIN; Friday. Oct. 30ih.
At COLUMBUS. Saturday. Oct. 31rt.
HON. A. G. THURMAN, GEN. DTJRB1X
WARD AND HON. D. J. CALLENJ
Will speak at
DELAWARE, Tuesday. October 3Tth .
LANCASTER, Wednesday. Ootoher 29th.
NEWARK, Tr.nrsday. October 29th.
WOOSTEt. Friday. Ontober 30th.
CLbVELAN 1), Saturday. October 31st.
HON. P. VAN TRUMP, HON. FRANK
H. HURD AND HON. T.J. GODFREY
Will speak at ,. , '
HILLSBOROUGH. Tuesday. October STth.
PORTSMOUTH, Thursday. October Sth.
MARIETTA, Saturday, October Slat.
GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN AND HON
CHILTON A. WHITE,
Will speak at
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Tuesday, Oot. 37th.
N W LISBON, Thursday, net. 89th.
WAR:. EM. Saturday. October 31st.
GEN. GEORGE W. McCOOK
Will speak at
WAPA SON ETA, Thursday. Ootober 19th.
TIFFIN. Friday, Ootober 30th.
TOLEDO, with Hon. R. P. Rauney and Hon. W. D.
Hill, Saturday, October 31st-
HON. HUGH J. JEWETT. HON. L. R.
CRITCHFIELD, COL. JOHN M. CON
NELL AND HON. ROBERT BRIGGS
Will speak at
CINCINNATI, Saturday. Oot. 31st.
HON. HENRY CLAY DEAN
Will speak at
WOODSFIRLD. October 2Tth.
CIRCLEYILLU. Ootober 5 1st.
HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM,
Will -speak at
CRESTLINE, Monday, October Joth.
W. W. WEBB, E. F. BINGHAM,
Sec'y, Ch'm'n.
MEDICAL.1
t. .'.:. i
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BIMTlIBUS
BmrPUBBTf
.A: Y
HOMEOPATHIC . SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FBOM THE HOST AMPLE
experience, an entire success: Simple
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the '
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular ase, . -, ,
eo simple that mistalcee cannot be made in
using them ; so harmless aa to be free from dan
cer, and eo efficient as to be always reliable. ..
They have raised the highest commendation front
au, and will always render satisfaction. i --. . ;
Hoe. . . Cents.
I 1, Cures Fevera, Congestion, Inflammations. 25
x.
Worm a. Worm Fever, Worm Colic.36
Crying-Colic orTeetiiing of Infante'JS .
it
I:
w,
18,
14,
15.
16,
17,
18,:
,
to,
Ik
IS. ;
ariarrneem oi L.'nnaren or Aauits.. -Dyaentery,
Griping, Billons ColicSS
Cnolera-Iriorbaa, Vomiting.. .,.85 -
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis ...35
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaehe. .85 ' '
HeatdactaeaSlckHeadaehe,Vertlgo35 1
Dyspepsia. Billons Sumach. 35
Supureaaed, or Painful Periods.. .95
Whites, too profuse Periods 25
Croup, Congh Difficult Breathing. .35
Salt Kheaui,ErTsipelaa,Ernptione25
Rheumatism, Kheumatic paina.. 35 .
Fever Sc Ague, Chill Fever, AgnesfiO
Fllee. blind or bleeding 60
Optlialmy, and sore or weak EyesGO
Catarrh, acate or chronic. InnaeneaSO
WhooplnK-ConKh.riolesWougbSO
' Asthma, oppressed Breathing.. ...60
Ear XMaeharg;es,impairedhearlng60
Scrofula. enlarged glands,swe)lings&0 .
GeneralDebility, physical weakneasSO
Dropay, and scanty Secretions 60 '
8ea-Stckneaasicknessfromriding50 -
Kldney-Dlaeaae, Gravel JO '
Nervous Debility Seminal. i, ,
Emissions, involuntary Die-'
charges .....1 0 '
Sore Mouth, Canker 50
Urinary Weakness, wetting bedSO . , ,
Painful Periods, with spssms..60
SuAerlngs at change of life.. 1 00
Epllepay,Spasni8,St.Vitua'Daacel 00 :
DlpkLherfk, ulcerated sore throat.o
i
I,
si,
,
83,
FAMILY CAXBM . ' . V-
4f 85 to 70 large vlala, mororre J '
or rosewood ease, eontalntnat
a specific for every ordinary
disease a family la subject to,
stud books of dlreetlone
From $10 to $3S
Smaller Family and Xravelino; casee, -
with 30 to 28 vials ..from $5 to $
Specifics for all Private Dlseases,both
for Cnrlns and for Preventive
treatment. In vials and pocket caaea,$2to$S
POND'S EXTRACT,
Cores Burns, Bruises, 1-ameneso,
Soreness,Sore Throst,SpralnaTooth.
ebe, Earache, Neuralgia, Hlieuma.
tism, liambasro, files. Bolls, Stlncjs,
Sore Eyes, Bleedlns: of the Lunge,
Nose, Stomach, or or Pilea; Corns, Cl
eera, Old Sores. Price 50 eta, to $1.75
If" These Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by tha case or single box, are sent to
any part of the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on reoeipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Speclfio
Eomeopathio Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 663 B bo ad w at. New York.
Dr. HtrarraaBTS is consulted dailyet his office,
Bersonalljor by letter, as above, for all forma of
FOB BALE BT ALL DEUQGIST8.
jj!3-deod&wly
DRUNKENNESS
" . W Irs" 1
L-i' " : ;-k"-.. ..!at.i a
V
' .... CURED WITUI
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC
mHG ONLY INFALLIBLE KETIF.DV.
I. Can be given with or without the knowledge
ot the patient. Dr. Johnston s Treatise on Drunk
enness, -its Coasequences and Cure." free on ap
phcatmn. Pnoe of Spoific pet bottle, Bl.iO, cr
three bottles for 14.00., ; ,
, ' Aug. T. (?eliiicUcr,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. Oolnmbns. O
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. -sepl7-dT&8&wly
. . I
Tlie Great Ntpxiiclne Iter tfita Skin, cure
. i wlUboni Tall, ererjr ltlnt or .
. slffbtly era pt Ion of the fi.ee
or Itchlny, Irritating or
diatreuliic cntaneoui
; oVteejute on any nmrt '
. of tlie penon ,
t I? hat near 1 y nlfavtd me of thnt mortifying err
Hon, and I am vola looking quite ttkea mill," writM
Charlen E. Noble, General Ageut of jMicu.Outral
B. R., 173 Broadwiiy, N. Y.
We find it an iuvatnable remedu far Tetter, etc,
write Higley Bros., Druggist, Fairfield, Iowa.
I have tried your valnahte remedy Jar Barber
Itch tcith great mxrei," writes C W. Dnmonts of
LeomloBtur, Mitas.
fiend for circular. Price," 75 cts. and $1.00.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
' 36 Wert Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O
For sale by Druggkta generally.
8epWl deod A wlj
JKaT PHILOSOPHY OK MARRIAGE. A New
Coi'RSR op Lbctukbs, as delivered at the New
xorK Museum ot Anatomy, enioracins tne sun
jeota: How to lire and what to live for; Youth,
M atari tT and Old Ase: Manhood general' review
ed : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted tor; Aiarriaee pL.uosopn
irallv annsidered. ska.
Pocket volumes containinf thee lecture will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, bv addressing SKCRKTARY, ISkw
YOBtt VusBDM OP ANATOMT AND SCTBKCB. filf.
Uroapwat vw York. HT-tebas-dir
CLOTHING.
CX-OTHIlVtS-,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
THE OHIO
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.
JTO. 185 OPERA. BOUSE SLOCK,
Columbus, Ohio.
A SCPKRB NFW STOCK of CLOTHS
r. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
Foreign and Ooinestic. for Fall and Winter wear,
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION"
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mods. We s- all spare
no pains in proaucing the in oat elegtnt and lasb-
lonabio garments to be lound anywneie.
READY-MADE CLOTHINGr,
Of which a treat part is maaufaotnred by ourselves,
it. the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand.
HENRY MKISrv, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
" . G. FbRKS. Foreman.
oet23-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St.,
COM!TIBi7S, OHIO.
I HATE JUST RECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
French,
- Knjflifali and
Domestio Cloths,
Cat simeres, S23.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh J. will sell at the low
est Cash prices. ', .
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
took of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
I - JOHN HUNTER.
juS3-dlr . 820 ooath High itreet. '
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
7o all tckom it may concern: , ..
' . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I ,
. ' ' Colcmscs. O.. Sept. 14, 1868.,
Notice is herebrsiven that proceedings binhats
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street '
Also to eonstruct a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
on Seventh street from s point opposite the north
nneoi tt . aj. crown s lot on aroa street to a point
opposite the north line of the first alley north of
Broad street eart of Seventh street. -
Also, for constructing stooa arch oulvert of snoh
dimensions as may be required across Broad street
wneratne proposed aiton crosses tne same near
Acheeon's lane. - - - '
A lso. to establish the boundary line of Park street
between North Public lane and the bridge over
tha C. C. A I C Railway, and to eraot mark, a.i
such points as the same may be easily known.
Also, tor grading and paving the anpaved side
walks, gutters and crossinits, and grading and grav
eling the roadwa v of Walnut alley from Fair alley
w est to r root street.
- The same to be done in aeeinrrlanea vtt.li nlata And
estimates to ba prepared bv the Citv Civil Enaineer
ana niea in tne omoe oi tne uity UlerK.
: All persons olaiminrdamasres on aooounl; of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tne omoe oi tne iierk, in writing, on o
neiore tne rniriy-nrst cay ol uctnoer. A. u. lew,
, ii. wilbus,
sepI7-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
Jo all asAom it man Ccucer t . ,.
... CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
' COLCMBCB. O.. Seot. 28. 1S88.4
Notice is herebv wiven thatnroeeMlina. have bean
inf tne loitowtng improvements, to-wit :
i For (radios and oarios the nnnave4 aidewalks.
gutters and crossings on Third street from Uiokory
aiiey to nortn street;
i Also, lor arading ana paving tne anoavea side
walks, gutters and crossing! on tha sonth side of
Aorta street, lrom Third street to Fourth street;
:- Also, for crarlina'andDBVine the autters and cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and grading tha
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to sjoamore street.
Also, for sradinc and reoavina the sidewalk and
gutter and ero sins on Rich street, in- front of Lot
Ilo. 6 of Dennison's subdivisian of ontlot No. 39;
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
tnapei street, trom i air alley to r ront street; ,
Also, for grsdioff and paving the cutters and
eurbing on the sonth side of Cbapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High atreet to F'air
.1 ev.
Aiso, tor Dmldirg a doable row nag crossing
across ijinn alley at ibe east side of tlign street:
The same to be done in accordance with the Plata
and estimate to be prepared by the City Civil lingi
neer.and filed in the omoe of the CitT Clerk.
- All persons elaimina damaaes on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
olaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the lugaloenth day of .November. A. ii.
1868.
' L. K WILSON,
o;t3 dltaw4w : City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
7b all whom it may Concern .
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1
Columbus, O., Sept. SI, 1868.)
Notice is herebv riven that nroceedinss have been
instituted in the City Council of Coumbus, for
matting tne following improvements, to-wit :
for reoavina tne gutters and resettmc tue euro
ing on tbe west side of Seventh street between
Friend street and Rich street.
' Also, for paving the nnpaved sidewalks on the
east s de of Filth street between Rich street and
Cherry street.
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
from High street to Fsir alley.
Also, for grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the O. C. A C. railroad depot to the line
of Win. Neil's property.
The same ta be done in aocordanca with Tllat. and
estimates to be prepared Dy tne i;ity uml engi
neer, and nied in tne omca oi tneuitv uiera.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposea improvements, are required to nie tueu
claims in tbe office of ve Clerk, in writing, on or
before the seventh day of November. A. 1). lnes.
li. hi. WILiSOK,
sep34-dltaw4w City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, J
. COLUMBCS. O.. Oct. IS. 1868,1
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings havebeea
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
For aradinc and oavina the nnDaved sidewalks.
gutters and orossings on Third street from North
street to north rubiio lane.
Also, for reDavins the sidewalks on the east si le
of Front street from the northeast corner of r'ront
and Town streets to a point 86 feet north of Town
street. .
Also, for graveling Mouth street lrom Bixtn
street to Seventh street.. -
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Maple street lrom High street to w ater street.
Also, fur bnildins a double row naff erossin
aoross Noble street on the east side of High street
Also, to survey and stake off South street from
East Public lane to the eastern boundary cf the
citv. 5 - - - . - . . '.
Th. same to be done In aeeordaaee with nlata
and estimates to Be prepared by tbe City Uivn ca
rimer, ana d m in tne iimn. ni an. tiiiv u n.
All rjersons clftimina damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
olaims in tne olhce ot tbe Clerk- in writing, on or
netore tne xutn aay oi uecemDer, a. u
1868. v -i y-:- ;-
, - . L. E. WILSON
oet2S-dltaw4w 1 City Clerk
BOOK BINDERIES. '
i500,000 J
BOOKS WANTED' FOR BINDIXG
HAVE YOU
1 NT BOOKS. IIIAG'ZINES.' SHEET
rx MUSIC. Ac.. Ac, that yon wish to have
hnnnrl in . nice firm bindina. nromntiv. at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tbe city by giving notice through posteffioe, or at
tne. . , , -
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
";- AMD- ' ' " '"'-;'-r
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
tbe State.
Rooms 34, 36, 38 North Hig-U Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
steam rnnting umces.
BLANK BOOKS I
BL4NU BOOKS!!
BLANK BOOKS!
Of every description and quality, from the hi best
to tne lowest, rrioiea li aesirea, ruiea anu oouou
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at tne lowest prices.
Orrijtra frim tli nnl, Ofnaers. 'Ranks. Merchsnts
and all Officer rrauirii.e SUfEhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. ,. . ,
s our patronage respectfully solioited.
N. W. LEFAYOR,
oei3-deorlm
Proprietor
SIE BERT & LILLET,
Blank Book Manufacturers
: PRINTERS, B1NDERSAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first elsss
XJIVINIi. HOOKS
of every description, with or without printod Head
ings, ior
COUHTT OVFIOEKS, MERCHANTS, TSAKFFAGTTJ&BB8
BAKUB8, KAILBOAD COMPAM1B8. AC.
A9 Full sets of Books made oo short notice.
warranted to give penect satisiaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDINC,
aprll eouly C0LUHSU3, OHIO.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN : "
WAT CH ES,
JEWELRY.
CsLOCKS,
SILVER and
PLATED WARE,
CAKES, SPECTACLES,
' CUTLERY,
fOLI PETVS,
POCKET-BOOKS and
OPERA GLASSES,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
8etn TH etnas' stnel Waterbat 7 Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
for the
r ITHACA. CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (Frenoh and Geneva) in fullsupply at
low rates.
KW All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
Inirmntd- r. A. A h. LESQUEREUX,
feblt-eodly No. 71 South Hish St.. Colnmbns.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
" SIALKK' IK " -"' : '
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 4c,
173 Houth High street, Columbus, O. Repairing
carefully done and warranted. mj7-eodam, .
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
" . -
' Li i i ma rai,aB
PAPRVAREHOUSE'
r.-i ::o'i
.nilOl'.YM'at oitahoii
The attention of the Trade is sailed to tbe saperi-
or stooa oi j
.TA'Tt'I i, t .or roi
PAPERS OF ILLRINDS,
:.. : "r Ins aa';:e.-i-.1 It siojoell
Jmttreoeiratl t4.(?mthh
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Print Papers.
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ri - 'T -.i ;. f -i "c .:--',-,tr m
, We hares fall stock ef . v;,( )o"
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- :. ... . -. A., i-i -.J.. 3
'; -'! vh'.i n-t 1 s.!l moil
Of all sues aad varieties, whieh will ba sold at;the
- .-. itowest BMaraet E
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' oua BTocKor '- - 'i
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- - BRISTOL BOARD'
- R.R4 check, v:-; -:;;-:;
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Auditor, of State's Certificate 'j
; .-.--.if:- 1' ' T- -:r -ir.1'1 tt nt iol-i!fi
AS TO THI BrJ8IHKSs AND AFrAUta OB IHB . . ,
COXTISEXTAL IXSURAXCB CO.,
1 .... : I .... I
OF HEW XORKa (7 ,'Tf
TOR TUX TSAS SFl2Xf?XCSMBXa, 1887. .
Capital fully paid ap.-.-..v.i.v.L..5OO.0OO OO
Amount of available assets.... ......l,sJA8Q 31
CERTIFICATE FOR FUEL CATIOH, !
' AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICJa " '!
- : Dbpabtbsnt or Inscb.hcb. Vlr-i
- Coldbbcs. O.. r abruary 1, BA (
It is hereby certified. That the Continental iFire) .
Insnrarea Comnany, located at New York, la tbe
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 aad baa filed
in his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at toe
date of such statement, as follows l
J i '
AnaTeKate amount of available assets llaM 11 1
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (inc. - - . 1
Re-insurance t81.9 H .
Amount of income for the pre eding year SOIiee IB 1
Amount of expenditures for the preced-
ing year.-- 081,443 4T
In witness whereof. I have hereonto subscribed ?
. mv name, and caused the Seel of aw .
si AL J Office to be affixed, the day and year above
. written.. .. v. .. -. i ; .-.: . ".
JAS. H. GO DM AN. Auditor of State. - ,
By J AS. Williams. Chief Clerk. ,
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co.; Agents,:
(Naugbton Block. , . , ,j n;
ColBBtbiia, O. ,,
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AS TO TBI BCglNKSS AMD APPATRg OP THt
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMFY.
j OF' SAW FBANCISCO, CAfci 'Mi "
CERTIFICATE FOR PCBLICATIOM.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE. I to
DSPAKTMBNT OP INSTjBAKCB, . ,
C'olcmbcs, Sept. 10th. 1808.1 ' '
It is hereby certified, That the Paeifio Insaraaea .,
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
California has complied, in all respects, with the I
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com-. .
panics, for the current year, and has filed in tola 4
ofiiee a sworn statement, ey the proper ell ears. 1
showing its condition and business, at tbe date of.,
snob statement, as follows, gold currency 1 "'
Amount of actual paid up Capital...! tl.eee.00 (a) i
Aggregate amount of available assets.. 1,8,8I8 OB
Aggregate amount of Liabilities..... .. ttajut IS
Amount of income for the preceding r-r
year.... ... 709,003 Yt
Amount of eipeaditnres foe the pre-
ceding year e33,85 15
: In witness whereof, I have harennto sabecribesl '
my name, and caused the Seal of say OSesr 1 1
ISEAL.J to db smxea,tne aay ana year aoove
written.
JAB. WILUAI8, -Chief
Clerk lor Auditor of fctate.
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agentx,'
; (Nadobton Block). . ' . ,
Colnnsbsss, Ol
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.'writ
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AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS tF TBI
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE -
insurance coMPAirr7.:! 1
Of London and ' Edinburgh. ?
f : AUDITOR JF STATE'S OFFICE' ,,
lNSDBANCB DtrARTatBllT.
COLCatBUB. O.. Sept. 18, leM.) 1
It is hereby certified. That the North British a
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
Kdinburgh. has oomrlied in all resptets with the
laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com- .
panies of foreigbn Gevernmente, for the current ' J
year, including toe deposit of One Hundred Tbou- 1 i
sand DoUars for the security of Policy holders re- ,
siding in tbe State of O010. and that tbe sworn''
statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart- J. )
ment shows its eonditioo and business at tbe data ,
of such statement (Dec 31, 1867) as follows) -J j.ni
Amonntof actual paid upcopilal...... 50,orl ;!
Aggregate amount of available assets glJ.soa.eoj S6
Agcregato amount of liabilities....-. l,T4Sjn - '-'
Amount of inoome for the pteeediag; . ' j ' ,1
year SOKU 1
Amount of expenditures forth.pisssd- 1
. ing year -. .78T.6 34
; ! In witness whereof. I hare hereunto subscribed
t-i tu name and eaased the Seel ef ssyOAse :
8IALJ to be affixed the day and. jaarabeve
written. ' '
! - jas. H. GODM AIT, Auditoref State. '
By Jas. Wiluamb. Chief Clerk. . . , . 0-
. t Geo. F. O'Harra L Co., Agents,
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