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AVTURNEVS AT LAW
. CfBoe. Ko; 68 ISooib High ttreet, Amboe Baild-
. , . ATTOENiir-At-LAW. MAYOR,
DWARD T. e-f..A?rY,
TTuajtJSV-Ar-LAW Notarr Pnbiie. "
, . .(thoe iu l arsm a bauainc.
. UdOUUM't'. .
. . - Office lil rHWU) Hittreet.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
J(H. BE1L, -- - .
e.Aaetioneerand Dealer in Real Estate Bonse
Auld Goods, Ciothing and Notions,. . . ;
- No. 7 West Broad street.
BATH ROOMS. T-r
GEOK43CM4 XEH. . ' -, : . v
Barber and Hair Dresner. Hot and Col.
sjahsy Basement Postoffioe B ildin, r ,
,Tr? B001C BINDERS:
Book . Binders ' Blank Book Manuiacturers,
I a iBODTS &:SHOES.a..i
X. WIUIAItl 4V C'0: -J x
144 Soath High street.' .Just received, an
lalefaat assortment. ew styles, low prices. L
altes, pleaee-call. .... . ..-j
jj Is the nqted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
at low plicea. ew tttook jostj-eeeived-
l-'l i .j. r ; Seulta Huth street.
.?T COAL DEALERS,?
1 1 -I I a ... 1 J . - I 1
ROBI'XSON 4k CO , T, ,-, , ,
Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Also,
Coke," Draia Til aoe" HtoneHewerPipe.- " T -
' t r--ftiort&l fwth-Hichstreet..r
TI FITCH A RUN. -
JUL. Coauaission. Forvaraimtand Produoe Mer
chants, dealers in Grain, Flour, ac, 37 W. Uroad
Urn AtaaulactwiirK and itaalers in French. Ger
man and American Corsets. Also, Hoop iktrts. -
M-mi -uaaam tlouse-
, , :r:R0CKERY &c; '
"Wholesale anil Retail Dealer in China,
Oueensware-Uiass. Plated Goods. Juamtwaad Lamp
tixtares. . 44 Norm High street.
m , a . ars. as M m - . tr- . -
xj Importer aod Wholejale and Retail Dealer
to cmoaery. cnina, was, cutlery, ruitM Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps, Ac.
-.nJetS0 South High street.
w . -DENTISTRY; "
.P L IV
.ll?AUNli 4k4Sntmil4-lEH.: : i-'i I,
,)T ... - . 18 East Broad street
, WeoieMo betheees.. ...
a ' 1 . .
fX-& IWHUi DENTI8T.x-Tbe bast styles
VJ( f Deatistry, tncludinir Dunn's improves
yiiaerai naie. umee, w and 11 upera Blocs.
KREHLV SxCO.. , ;
Dealers in Drr Goods. Notions. Carpets. Ol
Uleths-i Mattinas. Shades. Hats. Caps and Furs.
him imm oiea4.uuri.vuu luimi- - -
TT D. OSBSM3 4tH"0..' ' ' '' : '
lm 14S South HiirblTreelT"
Carpets Mattinra.Oil Clotha,CurUainsSta le and
Fancy t-r Goods.- - T ' " " ,
II T.AvW. li.A. - ... i
XI ' Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia Staple and
fancy Dry -Woods, and alanufacturerr of Ladies'
uiaaHB,- : . - ..- v . ". .; lata.Hige sreet.
niirtHtH ill1 HiRr r.ounti trk.
JO t. Krum A Co.. eash dealers in Dry Goods and
ou ns, t dobui eoartasureabii , .-.
-TAMES NAl)4;M SON. ''
O Wholesale and Retail Dealer In' Dry Goods,
AaMhtonBuiJdiii. NollB and IS3 tSoath High
treat. ... , . , ,. .
JV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry jroods and
uents- r urntsning uoods, ao. s IeU Uouse.
- AIJAAltSS UHAK' 4(4Jt,f)
vJX Dealers in Stapleaad Faoey.Dry Goods. .-
-.j . - 1. . . o. 819 Mmth High street
' U.-MfcAWIiElr Al'O.,.. ,
iVi Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
a ara.eta. atos Bonui ua-a-sareatu
DEEOT DUttt siOKt. r , , .
- - 10 US S. ROBERTS, '
brats-stand Aiwtheoary. .
-Hi! ii- , : - 1 : - - 364 North Hitth street.
TV tLULASALS. A BKI'AIL JJKtUUlSlS.
:i aouth iiiin St.. Co.uu.Pua,
-v. mm m mi mm . . . . . .
holesale and Retail DruagisU, and Dealers
a. . ..rwai 4aWH,iUI).
"T '- '...:: ' ' 4 North Iligh street.
RICHEM At-nOtttlK, . i
Designers, JtiBgravers and Publishers Hatty
rial and other seals engraved to order. -
Nos. 1W and 1U9 South High street
FURNITURE." &o. ,
AS"OEUraBUSCAlNETCO., ' ,;
V Manufacturers and W holesale and Retail Deal
era in A aiBstare. Cbairs, Mattrasses, etc.
, r-, No. 301 South High St. Opera House)..
OHIO FlIMMTUHKtJO., 1
. Murfutnnniil urxtclasa Garniture. Whol
aala aud fee tail VVaruooius..-. I and 8 Gwjnue
HMrt. .. . . .
-1,1 r M. A At 1 St i tiONU tc CO., ' -XLto
-Dealer in Maatles. Store and House Fur
nishing Goods-, Alto, i in. Copper aod Sheet Iron
Ware. . . 17 Kast Town j-treet..,
. , w m. m M. Kl-il U 'V- . .... ...... . - i'.., -. -i,.1
A House Furnishing Goods, Mantles, Grates.
Conner, nu auu cuvei xruu, dwiw uu
- - - - r aoo South High street
.'nrwsmml -T.VIAM A- SllirS1. ,
1 -11 i-i n. tA ware. House Fnrnishing Goods.
Warble and Slate MaaUe iirates, Stoves. JBot Air
... .. . .. ... :,k ' 38 North. High street.
On- 1rTJI '
s 5 ? s s .
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1 T i so tats ee 8 nda 00 MS on so
2 $1 so .3 o so e Mi 86 60 on 100
a 1 S "4 SO 6 75 " 00 94 Oil 50 00 Ml 00 160
4 :SU ' 00' 00 IS 00 80 001 (5 OOltfl 00 190
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34 14 00 37 00 39 OH 60110 75 00 165 OC 325 00 550
SB 18 00 SO 00 - 50 65 00 80 00 175 00 340 00 580
SOl 18 00 3300 45 OOi 0 001 0 0J90 eoBSM 0V SOO
XU. ,laeuftttrer.-l Wbolerala Dealer w Hoop
bkTrti and Corsets . Also, dealer in Berlin epbr
fad Faswy Goods, 103 South H.ih
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
C? Dealer in Murioal Merchandise. Bool . Sta
tioner; and ancj (ioods nnerallT. Special Aent
f.c the celebrated fclia Howe Gold Medal 8ewin
Machine. No. 6 South Hin treet.
HATS & CAPS.
HB. in. VI. I.AUF,
VI (Soccessor to E. Laof J Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Fare and Straw Ueods 329 Sooth Hin utreet.
(Sian Golden Uat)
XT ATI ON Ali HOTI L,
i.1 Opposite Depot.
i. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
NITbO SI ATES HOTEL)
Corner mgo, and 1 own streets.
g ii i JS..! BLOUNTf Prtprfetort4
Corner Konrth A Friend its. Commodious
house and exteoaire stables .
L. A. BOWERS. Pro rietor.
f EHCH44T8' HOTEL,
Oh . MOT SJontk tlih street. Good stablinc attach
ed to premises
W P. THATCBER, Proprietor.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE
suiarce Companr. Assets, $16." 00.000.
WM. JAMISON, Aseot. Columbus. O.
NEWKIBK r If 1 LTEX II FHCER, " 1
GENtRAL AGENTS Security Life rnsuranee
Compaoy, Mo. 6 Opera House.
HOME 1NSOUANCE COM PANT OF
Colnmbns. O. apital and Assets, 48G14.37.
W. C. M. BAliER. Seo'y.
Office. Nos .SAT Opera House
w . Mitinunn,
Wholesale and Retail M Winery Goods.
1S1 IS. HiKhstnet. Opera House BI00V.
IIK. A. DOWNING,
jl Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim
mings. Mo- 67 North High street.
JH WII-RII,.. . . ..
e Dealeritt Millinery, Oi and Cloak Trin
ainss nd Fancy Goods. 1.10 South Huh street.
SCHAFH ATTMEff 4k OHLLKBB1,
.Merchant TaUors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, '
No. 68 North High street,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also ateutlor the Diamond Shirts.
121 South Huh street.
THE OH IO MERCHANT XA1EOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 H. High St. Gents'
suits made to order.. . Ready-saade- Clothing al-
iui on nana. .-....--- v-....-
JOHN IT. KICK.ES BACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' 1 urnishing Uoods.
no. 01 pc or to nun street.
JOHN M ( PiTKK,
MKRCHANT-TAILOI. S0 South Hieh st.
tj twice stock of -Clothing constantly on hand.
ANDHEWS gc HULL,
News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, nex- door to Postolnce.
A? News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and (in ish.
- t'if ,231 rwutb High stret. i
ANDKEWS, PEBttV 4k CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writins. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 83 J. 95 North High St.
NfVlNS 4k JIYERS.
Dealers in Printing. Book. Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 4 40 North High street.
BAliltWlM fc HTKVENS,,
81 South High street.
Jyt. elliott,' 2 ; I H ...'.
e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 Soath High street.
Piotares made in every style and sis.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc.
bo. ion soutn tiign street.
ERI. DOWNS, HI. !.,
e No. 3 Opera House. Treats Discaesof the
Ere. Ear. Heart. Throat and Lungs. Also. Diseases
of Women and Children.
Jr. MAURIS fc CO.,
Wholesale and Ketail dealers t'for IWi to" 45
Co. 'sand Haines & Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
. 36 North High i treet.
e Aeent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet Music.
31 South High street.
sKK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and Hiehstieett.
CHARLtV All jvR. Proprietor.
A ETXA SBWING MACHINES,
fa. The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera
House. ' W. PI MM EL, 4jeeeral Agent.- -
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
e Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware, Speotacles, Ac.. No. 11 J.at Town
street, r ; r-T I i -
GATES 4k HARRINGTON,
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s, Jewelry, Silver Wars aud Speo
taoles. No. 3 Neil Houre.
FA. A: E EE QtTtfRstrX,
e Wholesale and Retail dealers iu Watches.
Clocks and Jewelr. No. 71 South High street
ANCtsOFT BROS, tc CO., i
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
REED, JONES fc CO
Manufacturers and Wholesale'Dealers in Boot
and Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it may eoneern. that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking tympany at the eity ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
ihe State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34th, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and elosing its BankiDg business.
to ti av, end nas. in pursnsnoe 01 tne statutes ot the
said .itate of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its oiroulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hae provided means and
given seourity to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit.. r of State of said State of
llhin .or the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said oity of Cleveland, whtre
said City Bank is located.
i Done oy order 01 ine ijoara 01 isireoters 01 tne
Citr Bank of Cleveland, July 3th. I6S.
; MD1"" v LEMUEL WICK. President.
i ' BANK OF COMMERCE, 1
Glutei. and, May 33, 1868. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TOTH E
holders of the outstanding notes of ihe late
Bank of Commerce, and all other partiei 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
Bank the St. jks deposited to secure the outstanding
circulation ot said Hank in pursuance of the forty
first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 31st. 1851.
Justr-H ri.Rli.iNS. President
H. R. HCBLBDT. Cashier.
j .iTheSMers of St. Mary's,-
OF THE SPRINGS. RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday iu September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition. $75, $80. S85 and 30, according to the de
partment of the pupil. bB, ROaE, Sup'u
. Address Box 161. ans3-dtf
j FOH HALE.
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Rudolph Riokly. on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double brick house,
stable, slaughter bouse and outbuildings, and one
' loctT-eodlm 169 Jsaat Friend street,:
"MYSTERIES OF PARIS."
Horrible Revelations—The Secrets
of the French Kitchens Unveiled.
-;yetle. ,! .. . u ., ; f ; iJ
Tho Paris cocresponrlent of the Lon
don Star write8 as follows :- -. - .; ?
Among the curiosities of Paris life de
cidedly are tbe small carts which, from
five., to si x every roorntug, call at the
back gates of. embassies, palaces, minis
tt res, restaurants,, hotels and . great
lioases in general,, to purchase there
mains of the entrements, desserts .and
dinrrers in general, left, not by the upper
ten thousand only, bnt likewise by their
servants, and sold-wery morning by
their cooks to the'1 emissaries of A race of
costermongers called "arlequins," whose
stalls at the "ilalles ' are rurnisned forth
by these' 'baked 'rheats,' which made
their debut at the tables of those who
rule out destinies;' The carts are closed
in,: and recognizable by the sort of chim
neys hi the top to admit of free circula
tion of air; the remains are thrown peZe
rriele "Into the "carts, and - paid for by
weight -' Ton may imagine the-: as
pect . presented by this oUa-podriada
when it reaches the "arlequm " ptair. -
The first process is the triage, or sorting
a work of no small difficulty :when
portions of 'lobster a la Jullienne have
to be' extracted from the Temains of
fruit tart in which they are em
bedded, i The most . presentable mor
sels ara pared, ' cleaned, (I) and -' 'ar
ranged' on a - dish,x this process
taking place in some remote corner far
from human ken, as naturally its myste
ries would not attract customers. Strange
to say, by twelve o'clock these scraps of
ricli men s plates are eagerly bought np
by a certain class of poor who prefer the
savory flavor to more wholesome tood
What cannot be sufficiently pared and
arranged for human appetite, is sold for
the. food of pet house dogs, Italian gray-
hounds, and such like aristocratic quad
rupeds.' The bones,.' however, found in
this detritus are carefully put aside and
sold to the manufacturers of concentrat
d. meat, essence lozenges, and by
them,'.'. . after t..they have : boiled
them.,' down, " sold to . . the
makers of animal black, much in demand
by house-painters, etc ., Bnt to return to
our friends, the "arlequins." This trade
of buying up the remains of bur friends
side dishes and second courses is by no
means' a . bad one many of those who
pursue it retire at the end of p. few years
on four or fi ve hundred a year. Pa Mai!
The next branch ofythia. trade is the ba
kers en vietix, which , remiuds one of the
sigh 'which !' attracts many-' a true
lover of antiquities, Moribond de Mue-
blet en- " Vieuz," -: Ancient furniture,
even though stained --' by age " and
rust; '-we"' "all' appreciate ;! but an-
cient bread, 'stained by ink and mould.
we scarcely relish, let it is a remuner
ative trade to collect the crusts thrown
away , by college boys or dropped, by
those careless 'youngsters in their play
grounds,, trampled on, and inked often
times, .but, gathered by, chittoniers and
sold to these-;seeond hand, bakers, and
by tbemj sorted. ; The cleanest of these
soiled and 4iniviting crusta -are dried in
an -oven,- rasped, and then sold for the
'croute au pot,'1 with which soup all fa
miliar with the french cuisines are well
acquainted. . Furthermore, these choice
bits ot old bread are cut up into the
three-cornered . morsels which, fried in
butter, adorn the dishes of the vegetables
etc., we enjoy at our favorite restaurants.
But' 'there yet remains a mass of mud-
stained, .dust-soiled scraps ' which once
were bread; this is worked np in
mortar, pulverized, and sold as chapelure.
blanche in'which our cutlets are dressed,
or, to use the technical term, pane ; . and
as chapelure brune, which is sifted, .over
the small hams., called jambonneaux.
There still. remains a dust which itv has
been impossible to work up this is
blackened in the oven and reduced to an
impalpable black 'powder, mixed with
honey, to which-is added a few drops of
peppermint,' and "sold . as infallible cure
for . toothache, for which ailment it is
said to be quite' as efficacious as any
thing "recommended by the faculty.
Table Talk and Opinions ot Napoleon
[Just published in London.]
Speaking early to
Mademoiselle'.- du Colurabier, Napoleon
said, We were the most innocent crea
tures-imaginable. We contrived short
interviews together." I 'Veil remember
one which took . place on a midsummer's
morning, just as tbe light began to dawn
It will hardly be believed that all our
happiness consisted iu eating cherries
together." , '- ' -
During the siege of Toulon, one of the
agents of the convention ' ventured ' to
criticise the position of s gun which. Na
poleon was superintending. ' "Do you,
he tartly replied, "attend to your duty as
national commissioner, and I will be
answerable for mine with my head.'
An officer, entering Napoleon's room
found, much to his astonishment,VNa-
nolenn dressed and studvin?: '"''
g 1 . rf. " j u '-,1
.What!" exclaimed his friend, Ware
you not jn bed yet?" ' ' ,,, .:; ' :- -:;
! ."In bed?" replied Napoleon, "I have
finished my sleep and already risen." ; '
I .'iWbat, so early?" the other said. '
! "Yes," continued Napoleon; "so ear-
ly. 'Two , or three hours' sleep-are
enough for any man."
: Napoleon had a great contempt for the
effeminate young men ot his time. Ji
exclaimed one . day, "Can it be that
upon such creatures fortune is willing to
lavish her favors? ; How contemptible is
human nature!" '' T ""
i When' Barras introduced Napoleon to
the convention as a fit man to be entrust
ed with the command, . the president
asked : ' ' -. -.
: "Are yon willing to undertake the de
fense of the convention ?" ''. .' ; ..
"Yes," was the reply. - - ,
. After a time the president continued:
! "Are you aware of the magnitude of
the undertaking?" ' -,. .
; "Perfectly," replied . Napoleon fixing
his eyes upon his questioner; "and I
am in the. habit of accomplishing that
which I undertake." ; '.
j "Good God !" Napoleon said in Italy,
whilst -residing at Monte bello, "how
rare men are. There are eighteen mil
lions in Italy, and I have with difficulty
found two, Dandola and Melzie.".
i Just before his' marriage, Napoleon
received the appointment of commander-in-chief
of the army of Italy; he was
then twenty-six. "You are ratheryoung,"
said one of the directors, "to assume , re
sponsibility so weighty, and to take 'the
c immand over veteran generals." i -
In one year," Napoleon replied,''I
shall be old or dead." j- - -;
. "We , can place you., in command of
men onlyV' said Carnot, ."for the troops
require everything, ind .we "can furnish
you withj no, monfyr'tb procure' sup
plies ' .' . ;; ". ,
.. "Give me only man enough," Napo
leon, answered, and' J ask for nothing
more; I will be' answerable for the re-
, "My extreme you;th when I took com
mand of the. army of Italy," Napoleon
remarked afterwards, "made.it necessary
for. me to evince great reserve of man
ners and the utmost severity of morals.
This was indispensable to enable me to
sustain authority over the men so greatly
superior in age and experience. i I pur
sued a line of conduct m the bigbest de
gree irreproachable and exemplary. - In
spotless morality I was a Gato, and must
hare appeared euch' to all. I was. a
philosopher and a sage. My supremacy
could not be retained only by proving
myself a better man than any other man
in the army.. Had I yielded to human
weaknesses ! should have lost my pow
er", ... . . ,
''At the first interview between Napo
leon and the veteran generals whom he
was to command, Kamdon undertook to
give the youmr commander some advice.
mapoieon, wntywats impatient uuvice,
exclaimed, vGentlemen the art of war is
iuits infancy.. The time has passed in
which enemies are mutually to appoint
the place of combat, advance hat. in
hand, and say, 'Gentlemen 'win ypu
have the goodness to fire ? We' must
cut the enemy 'in ' pieces, precipitate
ourselves .." like " a ' torrent " upou
their ' battalions, " jand ' grind them
to ' tibwder. Experienced . ' generals
conduct the troops opposed to us ! So
much the better I bo much the better !
Their experience, will 'not avail them
against us. ' Mark iny words,' they will
soon burn 'their book of tactics, and
know hot what to do. Yes, gentlemen,
the first onset of the Italian army will
give .birth to a new' epoch in military
affairs.. . As tor us,, we must . hurl . our
selves on the foe like a thunderbolt, and
ami te 1 ike it. . Disconcerted by our tactics.
and not daring to put them into execu
tion, they will fly before us as the shades
of night before the uprising sun. " ,
Napoleon sent the celebrated picture
of St. Jerome, from the Duke of Parma's
gallery, to the museum at Paris. The
duke,, to, save his work of , art, offered
Napoleon two hundred thousand dollars,
which the conqueror refused to take, say
ing: ."The sum which he offers will soon
be spent;, but the possession ot such a
masterpiece at : Paris will adorn that
capital tor ages, and give birth to similar
exertions of genius. ; , : 1 '
, "Different matters are arranged in my
head, said JNapoleon, "as in drawers;
open one drawer and close another, as
wish. 1 have never been Kept awake
by an involuntary preoccupation of the
mind. It 1 desire .repose, 1 shut np all
the drawers, and sleep. I have always
slept' -when I wanted rest, and almost at
will." V i : .-. t!; ;, ..:
LAST GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY.
;; nos. mii.ton satlob, '
HON. - EOBERT. E. CHAMB EBS
Will address tbe people ot Columbus at the
west front of the State House on' ' .'
l.' Satnrdny EveniDB, Oct. 31st, ',
at7J o'clock.-:.......-,, . , i v! .
Let the White Boyg in Blue, Democrat-'
ic Clubs, Jeffersonian , Guards, Hickory
Sprouts and all other . Democrats . make
their arrangements to attend this meeting
John G. Thompson,'
Cnm'rrrDem. Ex. Com.
W. S. Huffman, Seo'y. ' - 1 ' ' -'-;:'
aOJT. MILTON SAYLOR AND. HON.
KOBEKT K. CHAMBERS 1(.
Will address the people as follows : .
At H K MILTON. Tuesday. Oct. 27th.
At URBAN A. Wednesday, Oot. 36tb.
At WAPtKONKTA. Thursday, Oct. 3th.
At TIFFIN. Friday, Oct. 30th.
At COLUMBUS. Saturday. Oct. 31st.
HON. A..G. THURMAN, GEN. DURB1N
WARD AND HON. D.J: CALLEN;
Will ppeak at . -
DELAWARE. Tuesday; October STtb '
LANCASTER, Wednesday. Ootoher asth..
NEWARK, Trnrsda.r. October 29lh.
WOOSTEK, Friday, Ontoberaeth. '
CLKVELANU, Saturday. October 31st.
HON. P. VAN TRUMP, HON. FRANK
H. HURD AND HON. T.J. GODFREY
Will speak at :.. .
HII.LSBORODGH. Tuesday. October 17th. .
PORTSMOUTH, Thursday. October Sth.
MARIETTA, Saturday, October Slst.
GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN AND HON
CHILTON A. WHITE, ...
Will speak at , . "
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Tuesday, Oct. 27th.
Ni-W LISBON. Thursday. tct. S9th.
WAR. ..EN. Saturday, October 31st.
-; t GEN. GEORGE W. McCOOK i
. Will speak at . ; ; .
WAPAKONETA. Thursday, OotoberWth. ,
TIFFIN. Fridav. October 30th.
TOLEDO, with Hon. R. P. Ranney and Hon.W.D
I Hill, Saturday, October 31st.. ,7 j... ; ,
HON. HUGH J. JEWETT, HON. L. R.
; .CRITCHFIELD, COL. JOHN M. CON
! NELL AND HON. ROBERT BRIGGS
. Will speak at
CINCINNATI. Saturday Oct. 31st.
HON. HENRY CLAY DEAN
"Will speak at
CIRCLEVlLLb, Ootober 31st.
HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM,
! Will speak at " '"'
CRESTLINE, Monday, October Kith.
W. W. WlBB, E. F. BlXGHAM,
, Sec'y, " "Ch'm'n.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Itlaln, '
DEiNRY P. EL1AS, - : - - - I'roprictor.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desiriable stopping
Slace for persons visit ing the citr. No pains will
e spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant
every particular. - myl2-d6m
II, E CONTINUE THE COAL BUS1-
NB.S at his present stand, -
Ks, H55 North High street, ,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to tell
the lowest market price. ...
gut" Special attention paid to Shipping.
A PAIR 0 F "JOET30DWTN" CO LTS, FIVE
1 aod sis years' old, very handsome, kind and
aodnd. Will be sold low. .
augit-dtf K1CHARU NEVINS.
: MEDICAL. .-
'. ' . BVHPHRETS "
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLB
ezperienoe, an entire success: Simple
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
. only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use,
ao-slmple that mistakes cannot -be made in ,
using them ; so harmless as to be free from dan
ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable. ; ''
They have raised the highest commendation from j
. all, and will always reader satisiaction.
Hot.'' ' ' :': ' ' ' ' . : ' Cent
. 1, Cures Pevera, Congestion, Inflammations. 85 ,
B, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Collc.25
O I, . " Crring-Colie or Teething of InrantsaS
4, Dlarrboea of Children or Adults.. 96 -.
6, Dysentery, Griping, Bilions Colic. S9 ' '
, a, ' Cnolera-tflorbna, Vomiting.. ...SS
X " Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis its
8, " ' Ncnralcla, Toothache, Faceacbe. . 2
, " IIeadaclieaSickUesdache,VerUao26 ,
10, " ' Dyspepsia. Bilious Slsmach SS
11, , Supuresaeo, or Painful Periods.. .S6 ' t
18, . Iii tea. too profuse Periods 26
18, - " Croup, Congh, Difficult Breathing. .SS
, IV . " . Salt llheum,Erysipclas,Eruptionsa6
15, ' " ' RUeumatlsm,Rhcnmatic pains. .26
16, " . Fever A Ague, Chill Fever, AgueaSO -
17, , M Piles, blinuor bleeding GO
" 18, 1 Op dial my, and sore or weak EyesKO
19,. M Catstrrh.acute or chronic,lnflaena50 .
SO, " ' Wliooplng-Consrli.vloleutxinghDO
.SI, f Asthma, oppressed Breathing.. ...60
2-2, Ear Dlacbara;es,lmpairedhcaringSO .
B'l, M ficrofula.eularged glandSfSwellingeoO
24, ; " s3eueralDebility,physlcalweakness6ll -
25, " ' Dropsy, and scanty Secretions 60
' to, rM ' 8e-sicainesa,slekness&vmridlngS0
17, Kidney-Disease, Grave) "0 -,
IS, ' " 'Nervous - Debility - Seminal '
) .-j ;,,.,; iuiasloiua, Involuntary , ilia.
cbarces 1 OA
Sore Month, Canker...,.
80.. M Ilrlnarv Weakness. wettinff nedSO
SI, " Painful Periods, with spasms. .60 'v
82, 44 Suflerlngs at change of Ufe. .t 00 ,-
BS, .." Kllepay,Spasms,8t.Vitas'Dancel 00
84, DlpkinerfA, ulcerated sore throat.6
' FAMIX.T. CA.HXS : :) if . : '-
- Of S5 to TO large vials, moroeee t:
or rosewood case, eontainingt
at speeine for every ordinary - '- - "
slisease a family Is subject to,,,
and books of directions.,...
i i. -i From $1-0 to $3 .
anuuier r unuy ua snTeiing casn, i
with 20 to 28 vials ..from $5 to $3 1
ppKiua iut in r nT.w viseaKooia .
. for Curins and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocketcases,$2to$S
POND'S EXTRACT, : '- '
"Cures 1 Burns, Bruises, Lameness,
-acbe, Earache, Neuralgia, ltlieuma- s
usm, iumsaso, rues, uona, sungs,
Sore Eyes, Uleedlnsr of the l.tmira, "
vsw, v,vihwo, vr vs cici vvrilip, . 7
cers. Old Sorea. Price 60 cts. to $1.7 S
" I f These Remedies, ezcent POND'S KX.
TRACT, by the case or single box, ara sent to
any pan 01 tne country, oy man or express, rree
drKtrm nn mvinl nf t Vi o ir i .-a
Aaoxess iiumpnreys rapecino
Homeopathio Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 602 Broadway, New -York.'
Dr. HtrttPHRBTS is consulted dally at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forms of
f ' FOB BALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ,
D R ; J 0 H fi STOPTS ; S PEC I F I C
rnHE ONLY INFALLIBLE RK1FDT
V. Can be given with or without the knowledge
ot tne patient. Lr Jonnston s rrenise on vruna
eaness. its tonseouenees aod Cure." free on an
plioation. Price f Sptcifio per bottle, tl 50, cr
tares Dottles for 4.oo. .. . . s . s,r,i ., .
; A.ixfsvn Ti Isoliueller-,
Sole Proprietor and .Manufacturer,. Columbus. O
, SOLD BY, AJ'L DRUGGISTS
i seplT-dT&siwly' '
The 6rct Medicine ffrr fh Skfri. tnift
wltltoat fklsU every ldnA . of n ) ;
, -t algUtly eraption of the Awe, ...
or itching. irrltAtlnff, or
1 dlHtreiwlnfr eu 1a neons
::( iHseeUe oa siny part .
l -)- of the person. ,
! It fcrt nearly rftirertl me ( thnt mortifying rwn
' (ton, ami I Tin now loakittft anUe like a mt," writes
! Chnrlen E. Koblp, Geiteral Agent of Mich, tieutral
B. 173 Broadway, N. Y.
ft:" We And U oh 4ntmmbU remedy for Tetter, etcf
write Higlcjt Bros., DruggUU, Fairfleld, lows.
I have tried ")jofr txilnnbl rrmedi fnr Barber t
t . lick with great writes W. l)umoutt of
' Leominster, Uass.
: 'fiend for cfrcolftr. Price, 75 cts. nd SI .00. '
Prepared only by roLON PALMER, '
36 West Fonrth Street, Cincinxistl. K-
For sale by DruggMts geuorally. . : . T
i sept2I -deodttwlj . t i
1 O- PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE- A Nbw
Course of JLbcttjhxs, ss delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomr, erobraeioR the 8uH-
jeots: Ho w to live and what to lire tor; I onto
Maturity aod Old Age; Manhood ceneral'y review
ed: 'i beeaune ot indigestion, natuience ana ner
vous diseases accounted for; Harriaffe pLiioaoph'
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on receipt of
four stamps, b addressing SECRETARY, Ti'ew
Yori VrjsBrx op Anatomy am Soibnos. tils
hROADWAT 1FW I ORE. .. WNTtetxV-aiy
, CliOTHING, , V ;
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
SlercbantTailorinij & Clothing Co.
JTO. 183 OPERA BOUSE SLOCK,
'"',' Columbus, Oblo.
A MIP1RB NEW (iTOCK f CLOTHS
a. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
t oreign and Domestic tor f all ana n inter wear.
j GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Wilt always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We shall spare
no paina in producing the most elegtnt and lasu
ionab'e garments to be found anywheie.
' ; BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Of which a great part is maaufaetured by ourselves,
it, tbe 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', FUENISHING G00D3
In full lines, always kept on hand.
HE.NKY MKISii, Superintendent.
'' JOHN RICH Treasurer.
V. O. PtRKS, Foreman.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
' -: COMinill S OHIO. '
I HAVE JTUST KECEIVEB TBI
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices. , .
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
stookof - - -
READY MADE CLOTHING.
; JOHN HUNTER.
juW-dly 420 South Higb.streer.
Wm-Mm! X t SH'
To all Kim it may concern : ......
. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, i
I .. '.. . Colcmbcb. O.. Sept. 14. 1868.1 '
Notice is berebv given that nroeeedinas have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to wit :
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street.
- Also, to construct a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
on Seventh street from a point opposite the north
Tine of -W. C. Brown's lot on Broad street to aooint
opposite tne nortn line ot the hrst alley north of
oroaa street east ot reventn street.
Also, for oonstrueting stone arch culvert of such
dimensions as tnav be reanired. aeross Broad street
where the proposed ditch crosses the same near
Aeheson'a lane. . . ... -
Al-o, to establish tbe boundary lineot Park street
between North Publio lane and the bridge over
the CCA I C. Railway, and to erect marks at
ucn points as tne same may ne easily Known.
A Iso. for araoiog-end nav'ine the unnavad side
Walks, gutters and eros.ings, and grading and grav
eling the roadway of Walnut alley from Fair alley
west to r roni street. .'
Tbe same to be done in aecordance with nlats and
estimates to be ore Dared bvthe tlitv Civil Knffineer
ana uiea in me omce ot me v.ity jierK. -- -
All persons claiming damages on account or said
DrODOsed imnmvements. are reauiriwl tn file their
olsims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on e
netore the 1 hirty-nrst nay of October. A. 11. 1868.
sepW-dltawtw ' ' . City Clerk.
lo all tcAosv it stow Coaeem ; . :. y
,.; CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1 j
' ' Columbus. O., Beit. 28.1868.1
lus.iLuteo 10 boa vouncu 01 ooiumousior saaa
ing tbe following improvements, to-wit :
rror grading aod paving the nnoave-i eiaewalks.
gutters and crossings on Third street from Hickory
auey to nortn street; i-
A Iso, for grading and pa vine the anoared side
walks, gutters and crossing on. the south side of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street; -
Also, tor grading and naving the suiters and cross
ings and graveling tbe sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to njcamore street. , - t
Also, tor aradine- and reoavina the sidewalk and
gutter and crossing oa Rich street, in front of Lot
lNo. 6 of llennison's anbdiviRian of ontlot No. 39:
also, for aradina and aravelina the roadwav nf
Vnapei street, trom r air alley to r ront street; .
Also, for ffradina and navina the cutters and
curbing on the sontn side of Chapel street and for
graveling tne roadway trom High street to fair
A. so, for burldicg a double row flsg erossing
across iinn auey at the east side ot riigu street; -The
same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi-
iieor.ana uiwj 10 ia. omce ox ne vity vriers.
- All persona elaimine damages on, acoonnt of said
proposed improvements, are reanired to tile their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
etore tne tigateentn day ot nov earner, A. V,
. . !..-'J -j.. L. E WILSON.
. oHS dlUwtw
... ...... City Clerk.
To all whom it may Concern:'- '' ''' ! I 1
t.r CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.' ; )
Columbcs, O.. Sept. 11, 1868. ( ,
Notice is herebv given thatoroeeedingshave been
instituted in tbe City Council of Commbus. for
making the followinaimnrovaments. to-wit 2.-1
For repaying the gutters and resetting the curb
ing; on the west side of seventh street between
It'nAnrl slr.flt and Rinh atrnnt- . ,
' A Iso.-for paving the unpaved sidewalks 'on the
east S'de ot ruth street between t"ch street ana
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
from lli?h street to Pair allev.-
Also, for grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the Q. C A C. railroad depot to tbe line
of Wm. Neil's property.
The same to be done in accordance with -slats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and hied in tne omce 01 tne yjnj uierK.
All personselaiming damages on account of raid
DroDosed imerovements. are -reauired to file theii
claims in theotficeof t.e Clerk, in writing, on cr
belor. the Seventh day or November. A. i. uao. ;
A,. J!. vy ii,run,
gep)4-dltaw4w: ' -t; : -Oit Clerk
To all whom it may concern: ,
' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 1
. . i I CotUHBUS. O Oct, It). -1868. j
IVntte.ialinrAliv frivnn.th.tnronendinaa bavehena
instituted in theCity Counoil of Columbus, for
maaing m. louowii:.; iisuruveuieuw, ur-wibi
For grading and paring the unpaved sidewalks,
sntters and orossings on Third- street from North
street to north runne lane. .
Also, tor reoaving tne sidewalks on tne east 81 ia
of Front street from the northeast earner of Kront
and Town streets-t a point 66 feet north, of Tow a
street. . .
Also, for ' graveling Mouth street - .from bixtn
frjMk, tn Kvanth atrf..t ,
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Maple street from High street to Water street, v.
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
aeross noble street en tne east sine 01 uign ,roei
. Also, to survey and stake -ofif-South street from
East Publio lane to the eastern boundary if the
elfcv '-; , ; .- , 1 .. . 1 -
The same to be done in accordance with plats
and estimates to be prepared by tbe tJitr mvil in
cin-er, ana ntea m ins omce ot tne iwy v.irs- .
All narannfl alaimiuff dAmuu as account of sal
proposed impmvemeDtSi- are required to file their
gi.iuia i,u,.uiua v& vu vi.m. ,u . .. , vu
before the filth day of December, A. 1)
1888. ..-i 1 'i-' ' v:
.. 1 .. ,L. K.. WILSON
' oetM-dltawlw''' ' ' '' - - ' City Clerk
BOOK' BINDERIES. :: ;
: - : ; : ; n . ....-
i ?Ji:: ; 500,000 ".'1 lv .
BOOKS .TOTED V FOR VBIXDIXG
ANY BOOKS. "IAGIZINE. SHEET
c. MDSIC. Ao.. Ao that you wish to have
luwiul in nitu, firm bindinc. Dromntlv. .at lew
prices? Hooks sent for and returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through postoffioe, or at
the- . -- ., -. .. . . - , j '.
Fraoklia ".' Steam .Book Bindery
1 t; , r- AMB 1 - r :. v i.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
lUflOMW.. ..... - . i . lr J.F.' .S" -
Riwima 91 . as llerth Hlsrh Street
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Hyers', and S ta teems
c i'.;.,.;,.., ha;aa.
BLANK BOOKS! ' ' 1
' BLANK BOOKS!!
, ; ' BLANK BOOKS !
Of every description and quality , from the hiibest
to tne lowest, printea it aesirea. ruiei .nu diuiu
to any. required pattern, aud superior workmanship,
at the'lowest prices.
tlr,l-r. frnm f v.ntt flffinm. Ranks. Mernhants.
nJ .11 Offin.ra r.n.lirillB titl fH 10R BLANK
BUOKS. will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. - - '-,.'. .
1 our patronage respectfully solioited.
' HT. 'W. sLEPATOR,
oc3-deo6m " '
SIE BERT & LILLE Y,
Blank : Book Masufacturers
'l PRINTERS; BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
. tT31UA.l:ii. BOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head
COUNTT OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, at ANFFAOTTBBEtS'
' .... AVKBBS, BA1LBOAD COMFAM1K8. AC.
! A9 Full sets of Books made on short notice.
warranted to give perteot satistaetien :, . ....
OPERA, HOUSE BUILDING.
! aprll-eouly ' COLUMBUS, OHIO.
' WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
-' UIPORTBBS AKD' DEAUCK8 ''"'
WAT Q H E S ,
JE1VF.LKV, .'.--, "
I "" -' ' ' -"'
; tr-CaLOCKS, . ,- V - ' 1 " i
' SI17VF.R and ; ' '' :
... PjLa.XE WAR K,
CANKS, "' SPF.CXACLK8,
POCKET-BOOKS ana ' ' ' s
. OPERA GLASSES,
1 . IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
SetU Ih smas' stnd Waterbuiy Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, AgenU
for the 1
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates. .
AW All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. F A 4 L. LESQUEREUX,
febls-eodly No. 71 South Hith St.. Columbus.'
JOHN SCHNEIDER, ,
'. - : ' nuii ni : it . ;(;
Watches, ceocks, je week V,
' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ite ' ' '
tn Honth High street, Columbus, O. Repairing
carefully done and warranted.
TAPE R WAREHOUSE;
,.': : : : ,' so-)
. r if 'in
The attention of the Trade Is called te the superi-
vr swfoa ot
- .t - . ?;;-' nt. i, .
PAPERS OF ALL .EINDiS,
" - ' '' '.';-'- .'. ''::";-i
. J ast received nd f . .sale by
,,. . " " " ' " ' t
' " . - ' i- ' ''.'.':. " (.-
NEVINS & ; SlYEjli
a.-. 'jo 1 -i v j.' ...
itB, S8 40 NOHT IO0 ST., f
I i , C 1 -.11 "i
-- f t
- olV'Uii - r:l
CO Z.U MB u a - - wi
Lt.: ill wX ft f. n t-a
Warstookeemprisesa tall lineeC
Book,-- -iUi'iar?. isn ?r,f
, Colored and
..J .- '-'I. .. . ... . ... ;..!J JT
" 5 ; :o;:.'. . r I c -!,;n -iioo
.v: y. . uvPrlnt Papers,
I :- f ,, ,'Jl -. h-IB i rU tty sJ Hlw
- -.1 , in-; p'.w.i i'-' i'i ,;: ...111 sf,:.f
We have a full stock of - :
V' ;; v-'T ai'liiji-.ai Vi i, 3
EN V EX O l, ES";
Of all sises aad varieties, which wUl be told at tkt
lowest market rates.
:.... j., A f.r, 1 s:?li vrl g
-" ' 'l" ; s "IjTjm. t:liB I .
: . . .wr -i s r fri eT
' '-'0l;B STOCMT or
tm. -,-! j -.,- i;3,y ham -iMosn
-it "- " .I' rj !:,ii,T ji,,),'.
U unsurpassed in theeity, ioeluding
.";; . 6 iT'l'SlaJI
; - R. R.! CHECK, -J' "
bi-.K !.: " ' ' '") .; -).--.j;!3 if, y.l 1
And BLANK, 'i.,..M
1: r.. , j.i , I. i n in.,iaia 10,,-i ivojl
-j ;-.i;-.-l 1:, -! ivT,;3 .V. .A 11 o-M
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NEVINS A. DIVERS',
Auditor , of . State's Certificate
v -18 TO TH1 BC8IKBSS AND AFFaUHg OF JEM 7
coxtisEaVtal : ixscuxcEr co;,i
' Or 'REW'tOBK.''' " ':''''' ''
:.'-.o .... .;..'!' . .'itj iio ovinu
rOB TBE TEAS ENDIXG DECEMBER 3L J861V
: - - - - . -- :i(iig
Capital fully paid wp..w.i...-.
Amount of available !
CERTIFICATE FOR. PCBL CATION,'
. AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICEj
..... .. Departmint of . Ivsurskci. : "
1 -i:t!"-j' Coi.niBC8.0..- re&ruary 11,1888.1 ;;,
It ia hereby certified. That tbe Continemal (Fire)
lnsnrarce Comoany, located at New- York, -in -the
rltate of Mew York, has compiled- is all- lespeeta,
with the laws of this State relating to such Insur
ance Companies, for tbe current year, and has filed
in this Office a sworn- Statement,- -by the- proper
Offioers, showing its condition snd business, at the
date of such statement, as follows:
Amoant of actual paid-up Capital.;.,!. tSM.OM M
Aggregate amount of available assets. .1,81480 31
. Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, Cine.
Re-insuraT o... .....i tglM tT
Amount ol income for the pre -eding year .601,166 If
Amount of expenditures for the preeed- ' ''
; ing yeat-..,.........T..,, 68l13 47
In witness whereof, I have hereunto snbseriied,
hit name, and caused' tbe Seal of my
I skalJ Office to be affixed, the day and yeai above
" J AS. H. GO OMAN. A uditor of SUte.
By Jas. Williams, Cbiet Cleri.- .i i
: Geo. F. O'Uarra & Co., Agents,
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" AS TO TBI BUSINIS8 AND AFFAIRS' OF THB '''
i PACIFIC INSURANCE COMR'Y,
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t CERTIFICATE FOB PCBUGAf IOHj
AtTDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE
UEPAMTaTgNT OF INSFRAVO,
CoLDMBna. Sept. 19th. Ifc68.1
It ia herebv certified. That the Pacific Insurance'
Company, located at an Franciaeo, in the 8tateaf
Clirnrni.has eomDlied. in all. resoects. .with tba
i laws of this State relating te such Insnreiiew Cem1
panies, tor tne current year, ana nas. oleomas-, tma,
office a sworn statement, by' the proper 'officers,
showing itseondition and business, at the Hate o!
such statement, as follows, gold ourreney ., . ,
Amount of actual paid up Capital. ...TH,000,ot"j M
Aggregate amount of available assets.. lseiS S:
Aggregate amount of Liabilities ... i ,159,109 ,
Amount of income for the preceding ' '
. year....-..... -:..-....'.'..... .-w.i. tvc.wm -I.
.Amount of expenditures for the pre-.
ceding year.......... ......... .w. -J39,fi86 16
In witness whereof, I have herraatn subecrihed
1 my name, and caused the Seal of my Office
18EAL.1 to be affixed, the day-and year above
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Chief Clerk lor Auditor ef State, l
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co.. Asrents.
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! HAS TO TBB BC8INES8 AND AFFAIBSTOF rH'n'"
NOR I H BRITlsn & ; MERCANTILE i
! ;' '"INSURANCE 'COinPAHT, 'i-M lo
Of London and 'Edinburgh. '
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'. Columbus. O.. Sept. 18,1868.).,. y
! It is" hereby certified. That the North British , .
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
Edinburgh, bss oomrlied in all M.ptets with tte
laws of this otate relating to lire Lnsnranoe Com
panies of foreigbn Governments, for the current '
year, including tne deposit of One -Hundred Thoe-..
Band Dollars for the security of Policy holders re- "
siding in the State ol Onin, and that Ihe sworn ' '
statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart- .
inent shows its oondition and business at tbe date '
of suoh statement leo. 81.-1&W as follows r
Amount of aotnal paid upeopilal-....- ' 45n,enn
Aggregate amount of available assau 613 603,808 86 ,.
i A guregate amount of liabilities l.Tts.810 -i
Amount of income for- the preceding . ,-.,
T year..:. ...3.600117 1
: Amount of expenditure for tne sreoed- i li. 4''JJ
't ing year - . J,737,56.34
In witness whereof. I tare hereunto subscriW s .
J mr came and caused the Seal of my Omce
Iscal.1 to be affixed the day snd, year above '
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- ' '-' jas. H. GODM AN. Auditor of StaU. ,,1
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Geo. F. O'flarra &. Con Agents, i
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