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qLUMBUS, OHIO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1868.
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ArobiMet, Ciril Entineer, Ae. - ' - '
Otne. over the SaAioaal Ezehaage Bank.
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e--- ATTORN BJ B AT LAW ,i .. -
.Offiee So. 61) SoathTBigh Ueet, . Amboa Caild-
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I SJ. d.H .- . i : Sum v-,;
, ATI UoNAi l'AT-L A W A Notary Poblio."
' - -: -Ottee in Pamon'a BaUdimt. '
f. WOODKVFF. . , j ,i
a ATTOKSfi-AT-LAWA Sotary If afcHo.
umoe ui rtoetn una street. '
AitrCTION ; AND COMMISSION
' O: HEAL.." ' -..::.mm Si
Fe Anetioneeraad Deatar ra Real Batata' HoejM-
id Notions, f r.
Ko. West Bccad street.
TATbaTH- rooms',' "
riEOKCE HiTEtt. 5.
T - Berber and Hair Dresser.' Hot and Colo
Bams. Baaenent Fostofioe S ildia.
Eriai BOOIC BINDERS
tiKBCKI LI1.LEV, -""' a - -; :
O 'Boek Biadirra. Blank : Beoic Manafaoturera,
ftirtMaodJfrbUstttrsMTi c - : . i a
. . Opera Bail'iing.
r. T .x; .BOOTS & ;SH0tS.' $:;u
TTT -T. WLL.L,lA(ri! Ac CO., "!: f j-'-.-i
77 . 144 8oth High street. Just received, an
aleaantagsortment. Aew stjiaev tow prices.. ,
tI UHO At CiU.'M .
JL ' Is the noted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
at low prices New Stock juttrooeired- - . i
7 Soath High street..
ROBIlVSON sfcCO-fTi! . n r. J
, Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Also,
t. Drain Tile and ritoee Hewer Pi pe. - 4 -
' Nn.Ml Korth'Biab street.'
COMIHSSION MERC HANTS.
Hi t FITCH ASOB, - i : -. -.
Commissioa. Forwarding and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in Grain, Flour, ao S7 W. Broad
etreet. -''iyj Jj-.!;u. c; a. vj..;;-..a u..
,.B. SAL7NAEM & CO.. ''
e Manataeturers and Dealers in French, Get-
d American targets.-- Also, Hoop okirts.. -
. m upera House.
CROCKERY,- &C.-7- H -
Wn.tELTON, . ' f
. Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia China.
Queensware, GiAdS, Plated Goods, Lamps and Lamp
tixtures. - -- 46 Norub tiigb street. -
V. Importer and Wholesale and Retail' Dealer
m tj rookery, Giiina. Glass, UuUery , Plated Goods,
4a4UtiLatnps,Ac.j 1 - 1. -,
159 South High street. .
V;asanib SV 1T1II11IUK, . .
.7 7 . . . . o. 18 aet Broad street
"We aim to be the io. '
Gv.iW LtUNN, DENTIST. Tbe beit styles
of Dentistry, including Dunn's Improved
Mineral Plate. Office, 10 and 11 Opera Blocs. "
CLBEHLY Ac CO.,
Dealen ta Dr. Guoda. Notions. CsrDets. Oil
Cloths. Mattings. Shades. Bats, Caps and Furs,
orBr nigst am erjena street. j
"X J. V5BOKN Ac " O., '
.1 a- u . . . I4a iouth Hieh street.'
Carpets ttstinga,Oii Clotiis.tJurCains, Sta, le and
yanoy ryujoa. , VP.i. ... ;t ;
XA . Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in Staple and
iancy Dry Goods, and atanufaoturers of Ladies'
itosss. o. oign sireet.
TMCttTsA ST. DUX aSOODS STOKE.
XS r h Kraa A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goads and
Noti jis. tttf Booth tourth street. '
-TABIKS NAIIVH ONi 1
J..r Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods.
naugDton uuuaing. io- tio and .ra. eoatn uign
.ucei, . -. - . - . ..... .
Dealers m Staple aad Fancy Dry Goods and
uents-1 urnisning Uoods. No. Neil House.
' 41XJMIASS.1-, USAAK A CO., i y
Jf ' Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
. i- . No-S9 aunth riigh street
-A' C. Hr.ADLEI At CO.. ' '
XX: foreign and Domestic Dry "Goods, Cloths,
curs, etc w Doom nige street. v;
3:-o i ,
- DRUGGISTS.' ' U
. JOBN . HWBliRTS. , 4,
DrugsUtand Apothecary. " '
1 .:. i;i- --.'-' ! H54 North High street.
surLK Ac asl t'SOX, ''
WHOLESALE A RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
1 -. ? wew-atn tiigii aw"iao.Dus,u.
rti W holeeake ud Retail Druggist. And Dealats
"7.. ; P"" w .IUUU1VS . ., . .
' ' ' U North High street.
" r.KN GRAVERS.:;'
iactafe. a mousse, '
JCWi, Designers. Kngzmrs and Publishers. Sots,
rial aadotiw seals engrared to order. r
Nob. HP and loo South High street.
COLUMBUS CABINET CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers frt furniture. Chairs, Inattrasses, etc.
.in- ' .'':. i No, 01 South High St. (Upera House).
OHIO rDHIIITVItt; CO., ""
M anutaeturers oi rirst class Furnitnre. Whole
sale aad .Retail. Warerooina. , J and Gwynue
Bloc It. , Lj:
1f B. Anns S BONO Ac CO., '
'jm Dealer, in Mantles. Stores and House fur
nishing Goods. Alo. Tin, Copper a od Sheet lroi.
Ware.- - 17 tast f own .treet.
A BEN Set STUABT, .. . .
A.. : House Furnishins Go-ds. Mantles' Grates.
Copper, i in ana onset iron, stoves and Mantles.
' ., ', . o South High street.
'a STON, TAlfLOB Ac Hlirr, '"
J Dealers in Hardware, House Kurninhlnr Ooods
iarhle and Slate Mantles, Grates, Sb ves. Hot Air
furnaces. a. ., aofiortn High street,
JZJm Manufacturer and Wholeralo Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepber
a ad fancy Goods, 108 South High street .
HOWE" SEWING MACHINE.
Dealer in Musical Merchandise, Bool s. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods cenerally. Special Agent .
for the celebrated hlias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. s. - No. 6 South High street.
HATS & CAPS.
Mrs. M.ini KiAUFt '
-(Successor tn E. Lauf J Dealer in Hais, Cape,
Fnrt and Staaw Goods S2S South Hign etseet.
i . -. i t, . i . . Sin Golden Hat.)
NATIONAL HOTEL, .
Opposite Depot.- ' .. - ' '
. xi J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
NITlvD STATES HOTEL., - .......
corner Align ana town street. -
; . E. J. BLOUNT, Froprietori
ZETTLEKnortE, ; V
Corner Konrtk A Friend its.' Comuodions
hoase and extensive stables. .
re r-;Ai. A, HOW BBS, rrooriator.
140 south High street. Good stabling Attack
ed to prepuses. rpT6AICHEBiProprietor:-
:::: INSURANCE: t ::::!,.v'
-i-iJ m 1 , i- i (-S I
COHNEOriCDT UtTCAL LirE
aoranoe Cornipeny. Assets, $18.' 00.000.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. Volambos. O.
NEWKIHK A- VULTENBEHGeR,- '
UKNtRAl. AOENTS Security Life insnrane
Oompanr. " ' . - - INqr. Opera House.
OME COJIPANT OF
ariAlnVs. r. a.n:r.l A ssaia at fltJaVt K11 7
, C. M HaJlER, Keo'y. , r ..
VlUUOa Ai U. ! atjaajtraw UUUBO
C.r w. fttitintois,- ... - . j.
. Wholesale and Retail UiAinery Goods. ...
I . . . 11 S Biahatreet,. Opera House Blocs.
i7A; Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. Hlo- CI North High street.
J. J. WILKIE,
e Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim
mines nd Fane? Goods. : 134 South Htkb street.
SCHAFHAfJSeia tt DOHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-
isbing Goods, ,
i.. 12 . .
No. 68 North High street.
C" ta.KlSWAKDER, ..
. Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also azent forthe Diamond Sbirts. ,
--wo.- k-i - ' Wl South Hirt street.
THE OHIO I7IKHCH ANT TA1LOKIN43
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High st. Gents'
suits. made-: to order. ; Keady-misde Clothing al
wajs on hand. . , . ,
JOHN 11. KLCKE3BACHEK,
Merchant Tailor snd Dealer in Clothing and
bents' Furnishing Goods. . . ...
; ,. r No. 61 TfdrtnHlb street .
MERCHANT TAILOR, 130' South High st.
Cbnioe stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
: News Dealers. .Booksellers and Stationers
No. 66 South High street, nex door to Postottice.
X? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind
er.' Publications in botn German and English.
! i . . 331 .South High street. ,
! . PAPER WAREHOUSES. ;
ANDKEWtt SJKILHir ic CO., 3 - r
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print-.
ing and Wrapping Papers, 93 A 85 North High it.
N'.VJNSI Ac MI YELKS, ,s
Dealers in Priming, Boo V. Writing and Fin'
Papers 6, 38A AO NorihBigh street.
ALJ1W1N AC T;VEN, '. !' .
-i-r 81 Son'h High street.
J 31. ELLIOTT, .
PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 Sonth High street
x loiiurtre oiftuB to every style ana Bise. -
J.ABCHER, " ' ' '-.!
e. Pho(ographAy Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc., j
No. 13S South High street.
Ii:'rv ' , ' PHYSICIAN,
E M. DOWNS, ra.
. 'No. S Ooera TTnnse.' Trest., Di'im. a. of the
E,e.'EaF. Heart. Tbni&fc anA l.nn. Aliwi. IIiammi -
of women and Children.: -, .;
F. HAMK1S tc CO " !
t : Wholesale and Retail dealers for Light A
Co. 'sand Haines A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
jieioaeons ana outer musical instruments.
' US North High (treet.
J , C. WOODS,
e Asent fur Cbickerine's and 'Emmerann' Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sheet Music.
11 South High street.
INK EXCHANGE BFMTAIJ8APIT.
Corner State and Uighrtieeti. ' -
,..u 1 -i CHARLEY MlivS, Proprietor. .-,
'. SEWING MACI1TNES. , : '
AETA SEWING 17IACHINES,
.The best ia the world. Nm. 1 and 1 Onera
House. ,, .. -: W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
W ATCHES AND JEWELRY.
K.-ls. OVABtH Ac CO... - -"'. '.''-
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedwara. , .Spectacles-Ac. No. U jba.t Town
GATES Ac HAKBINOTON .
(Siiessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia--monds.
Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Wan and Speo-i
tacles. No. i Neil Honre. r . , . . .
F A Ac L LE0,IIEBEllX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrv.- Nf. 71 South High street -
ANCHVf r BKOS. A CO., &:
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
auu . uwj uud iiiuua, xuwu a .1 dc.. .
REED, JUNES Ac CO., , '
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in B.ots
and Shoes, r . No. S Gwynne Block. Town St,
NOTICE IS HEBEBT GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking ' ompany at the city oi Cleveland,.
Ohio, under an set of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 14tb, 1845. being desirous
uf relinquishing and closing its Basking business,
to ti ' end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said otate of obio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
.mount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer oi State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hate provided means aod
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit, of State-of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation st the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
. Dona by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citr Bank of Cleveland, July 8th, isoB,
LEMUEL WICK. President .
jyU-JItawom . - -" - ...
BANK OF COMMERCE,
Clbtelakp, May 23, 1868.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
L'ank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
.hat after the expi-ation of six months from this
date, application will be trade to the 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 fortj
Brst 4U section of tbe act to authorise Free Bank-,
ing, passed March 21st. 1851.
tt j, J?EPH PERKINS. President
H. K. HUBLBCT. Cashier. ma?S& d6uv.
The Sisters of St. Mary'u,
OF THE SPRINGS, BECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their larae
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 1868. For Board and
Tuition. 76, $80. 086 and 90. according to the de
partment of the pupil. - SB. ROSE. Sup't. .
Address Box 61. aug3-dtf
FOR HALE. "
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
1 Rudolph Rickly, on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double brick bouse,
stable, slaughter bouse and out buildings, and one
acre and a half of ground., tpqoireof ,
. - ;-rf . JACOB IMS,
ootT-sodlm Jt ' . '169 JsastFxiead street.
i ! FEMALES, OWING TO THE
pecnliar and important relations which
they sustain, their pecnliar organization
and the offices they perform, are subject
to many Bufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in no small - degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be1
happy who are ill.- .-Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
can long .be Buffered 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 consulta physician forthe
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
will a 'true' woman so far 'sacrifice' .ter
greatest charm as to do this. The sex
will then' thank 'us' fp1 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 st
EXTRACT OP BITIIU.
Hundreds suffer on in silence,' and
hundreds of others pply vainly to drnga
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,1 by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse' men8traation,-the ns 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. :, ,1 1 .;V 3- r) ,'
I When reviewing the causes 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 and happi
ness of woman in all classes ot 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-clotted, 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 half 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 tbe attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posure to night air j the sadden change
of temperature ; the complete' prostrar
lion produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect. At last, an early marriage
caps 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.' Ibis is but a truthful picture of
the experience 01 thousands of our young
women. . v m
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, in 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 Leucorrhoea, Too .Profuss
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too .Long
Continued Periods, for Prolapsus and
Hearing Down, or .Prolapsus U teri, we
offer the most perfect specific known
Helmbold's Compound Extract of
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 nature in the discharge of
its functions. .. Strength is the glory of
manhood and womanhood. IIelmbold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any or the -preparations or .Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
manity as a certain cure for tbe 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 night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
(jeneration,- Jralpitation of the Heart,
aud, 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 symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. 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
., it.wm-pv ' A. A -HCiiALO Vi4A
NOTICE. Ohio Statesman.
FROM NEW YORK.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
NEW YORK, Oct. 24.
hard to impeach the Democratic leaders
in this city for all imaginable crimes
and misdemeanors. ' They charge Tam
many with naturalization frauds with
out number, and yesterday morning the
Tribune abused the pure and spotless
Judge Barnard as if he were a' Jeffries
or a Democratic JJeetler. . This diatribe
was intended no doubt to offset the " in
cisive article of the' World on Dan Sick
les; but the ingenuity of the Radical
organ was unable to do more than spread
a half column with nerveless accusations
as - groundless.: as they: were timidly
made; while the World' f dissection of
the murderer of Key was most artistic
ally done.. All the hubbub raised here
about tbe naturalization .frauds : springs
from the fact that foreigners who become
American citizens . prefer 'to : vote ' the
Democratic ticket. Radicalism stinks
in the nostrils. Coming from .under the
heel of oppression they pant for liberty,
for the freedom .of manhood; and they
fly to the sheltering arms of the! only
party that have ever given protection to
the alien, the victim of European tyran-
i The meeting of war Democrats at
the Cooper Institute on Wednesday
night was practically a failure. ; There
were great exhibitions of declamatory
buneoinbe as is common when Greeley
ites and Butlerites come - together to
pour libations upon the altar of re-destruction;
but there was really bat little
enthusiasm on the part of the audience
norwitDBtanding the tact that they were
chieflv Radicals and not. Democrats, as
claimed - by', the Jacobin press; vThe
Congressional toad-eaters are leaving no
stone unturned to secure' a large vote in
the Metropolitan district. Meetings are
held every night in every ward; and large
amounts of money are being, expended.
Fiddlers and impromptu verse , makers
are employed to attract the rabble who
cannot appreciate a burst of eloquence,
but whose delight at the recital ot a
rhymse-monger's coarse lines, is un
bounded. The Radicals have a menag
erie of these fellows, one of whomfiddled
and saiig on Thursday night to a crowd
of ninnies at Latimer Jd.au, Brooklyn,
after Horace Greeley had, finished roll
ing out a volume of statistics to prove
that the National debt is a National
blessing, and that the taxation of Gov
ernment bonds would bring ruin upon
the country. : This is a specimen of the
"poetry" offered on that occasion :
"We hear Frank Blair to his cronies swear,
- He feels no trepidation: . . ,
He thinks a cure for Rebel woe - , '
Lies in assassination.
:' Don't fear to near the rabid man,
- He sursly will not shoot you, -,
If von'll but soothe him with a dose " ' ''
Of Helmbold's Fluid Buohul"
. Speaking of Horace Greeley reminds
me that the last number of Packard
Monthly, a pretentious Radical journal
published by the Principal of a Business
College, contains a long article on the
Tribune, in which the writer, evidently
a modest man, (since he gives a most
glowing account of lnmsell) tells a great
many truths and a great. many' ialse
hoods about the material as well as the
interior management of that great organ
of revolution. He plasters the manag
ing editor , with a broad . trowel; .but
speaks nippantly'and even scurriiously
of some of the subordinates in, the office.
who are nearly all his superiors in intel
lect. He magnifies the numerical staff
of the Tribune, nbs about the- salaries
paid upon the paper, and anachronizes
with the recklessness ot a professional
yarn spinner. Mis article has been so
severely bandied by the honest critics
that, it is said, he will not appear at the
Press Dinner to be given at Delmoni
co's on Wednesday, for fear he may be
the butt of ndicule of tbe other journal
ists present. ::': .:: ),
The English Eleven 1 played their
last game ot Base Ball in this country
yesterday and were badly : beaten, the
score standing 20 for the Americans ; to
11 for the Englishmen. The foreigners,
who have enjoyed a pleasant and lucra
tive visit to Yankeeland leave to-day
for Europe. -: "'
Foster, the young ' billiard expert,
played a game of French' ' caroms with
Braisted, on Thursday night, for $100,
discounted his opponent and won by 52
points, with an average or 4. t lie made
ope beautiful run of 25 by most extra
ordinarv playing. .-. . - .: - v
- .The Episcopal Convention is still in
session and will not adjourn until Tues
day. The principal business before the
Convention yesterday was the consid
eration of the question relative - to the
establishment of separate . or Federate
dioceses in each general diocese., lhe
question is still pending. The Tyng
canon, as a part of canon XII is now
called, failed to receive the finishing
touches proposed by the lyng-aling lac
tion and has been indefinitely laid over.
' Among the numerous musical enter
tainments ' which the public of New
York city is favored with at the present
season, the performances - at Jrifce s
Opera House, ot the a rench opera com
pany, takes the lead. The artists have
lately arrived from rans under the eu
spices of the able and enterprising Mr.
Bateman, and outshines everything yet
known in this country in the opera-bouffe
line. Without entering into details 1
must not omit mentioniug the triumph
ant success which the ever brilliant
prima donna, Mile. Tpstee meets with
in her performances as " Grand Duch
ess." Offenbach's well known operetta
'La Belle Hellene," will succeed the
present performances when Mr. 'Auiac,
so favorably known to the habitue? of
the opera, by his able interpretation of
"Blue Beard" will acquire new and
well deserved laurels by his voice and
the manner with which he renders his
part. The costumes are brilliant and
no expense has been spared with the
decorations ; the chorus of Mr. Bate
man's company is more complete than
we have witnessed it for years in this
city, and the members of the orchestra
do their duty to perfection, and assist
greatly in the brilliant assembly of those
The Sea Serpent.
told during the past twenty years about
monsters of the deep seem to find con
firmation in the capture of a strange an
imal near Eastport, Me., a few weeks
since, which is now on exhibition. This
animal part beast, part fish is over
thirty feet in length, and girts twenty
feet. It has one enormous dorsal fin,
two side belly fins and a broad shark
like tail. In connection with small fins,
it has two huge legs. terminating in web
feet. ,i -j - .
Its month makes a line of five or six
feet in length, the whole extent of which
is set with innumerable small teeth, very
much resembling in size and shape the
kernel of a species of sharp pointed pop
corn. It has a series of gills which lap
over each other like the flounces, once
the .style on ladies dresses, His im
mense body, which was . estimated to
have weighed, when captured, about
eleven tuns, has no framework of bones,
its most s4id portions consisting of car
tilage incapable of preservation. Its skin
is dark and tugh like that of the ele
phant and rhinoceros.,' ' - ..'
; Tfiwre is uo record of his species and
ti none is it a greater wonder than to
naturalists whose attention is being
drawn to it. Among others, who have
had an opportunity of seeing it, is Prof.
Bard of the Smithsonian Institute) of
Washington, who is as, yet unable to
place it in the known lists of the animal
kingdom, i When first discovered.he was
swimming along leisurely, and when
pursued, took to the land, and when cap
tured,,' was. 120 feet above high water
mark, -. Numerous shots were fired at it,
but none took effect until the gun was
loaded with a small spike, which .'took
effect, striking just above the main fore
fin. On analyzing the stomach,, it con
tained nothing but vegetable matter,
which leads to the conclusion that it
subsisted on vegetables on the, bottom of
the ocean and Bhore. , . i ; 7: -: :-, . ; ,.
J Donald G. Mitchell (Ik Marvel) com
plains that the speakers at agricultural
fairs are in the habit of giving too much
rose color to their statements, and of
dwelling upon the. poetic side of farm
life, to the exclusion of the practical and
matter-ef-fact experiences of the farmer.
He looks at it in this way : ' 3 i
: For a man who is thoroughly in earn
est, farming offers a grand field for effort;
but the man who is only half in earnest,
who thinks that costly, barns, imported
stock, and a nicely rolled lawn are the
great objects of attainment, may accom
plish, paetty: results, but they will be
Bmall ones. ' So the : dilettanti farmer,
who has a smattering of science, whose
head is filled with nostrums," who thinks
his salts will do it. all, who doses his
crop now to feebleness; and now to an
unnatural exuberauce, who dawdles over
his fermentations while the neighbors'
oxen are breaking into his rye field, who
has no managing capacity who sends
two men to accomplish the work of one
let such a man give .up all hope of
making farming a lucrative pursuit.
But if a man, as we said, be thoroughly
in earnest, if he has the sagacity to see
all over hiB farm to systematize his
labor, to carry out his plans punctually
and thoroughly ; if he is hot above econ
omies, nor heedless of the teachings of
science, nor , unobservant of - progress
other-wheres, nor neglectful of such op
portunities as were the Yale Agricultu
ral Lectures let him work ; for he will
have his rewards. But even such an one
will never come to his " four-in-hand,"
except they be colts of his own raising;
or to private concerts in his own grounds
except what the birds make. . :;
Amateurs. A story of Turkey River, Iowa.
' On Turkey river lived Amasa Baker,
a worthy itinerant minister of the Meth
odist church. Besides being a fisher of
men he was a hsber of fish, and also de
lighted in the pleasures of the chase. To
him one fane Saturday night came anoth
er son of Nimrod Jack Waters. Jack
woke np tba old minister by calling to
him from the outside. The parson pnt
his bead out of the door and recognized
his friend at once.
"Mr. Barker," says. Jack, "fine night
for coon hunting. Can't yon come out
ana have a shot i"
A muffled protest in a feminine voice
was faintly heard inside the house; but
the good minister was too ardent a hunt
er to yield even to petticoat influence,
A moment later he appeared at the door
in hunting trim, and the two men started
off, although the ' protest was repeated
more, strenuously,' accompanied by the
apparition at a window of. a head lucas
ed with a ruffled night cap..
' Spita of the fine night, however, and
the skill of the two hunters, luck was
against them ; - and several hours had
passed before they met anything worth
taking home.' At last the parson de
scried a fine coon in a tree. Being a
sprightly parson, and an agile, he climb
ed np atter the animal, following it to
quite a height. ' At last, getting a good
chance, he levelled his gun.
"Why don't you firel" hoarsely, wbis'
pered Jack, after waiting several min
utes, during which the parson remained
suddenly transfixed, neglecting to pull
' "I say, Mr. Waters," he replied, "what
time is it T Remember this is Saturday
night." , , , ,., ' . '
i ."No it isn't," says Jack, looking at
his watch, "it's Sunday morning. Just
five minutes past twelve. Now fire
quick, you won't have such a chance
"No, no," replies the minister, "it
won't do, Mr. Waters, loo late now;
we must come another time
' "But just give the coon a crack,"
urged Jack. -
"Can't do it," said the minister, slow
ly descending. "Recollect what the com
mandment says: liemember the aaDDatn
day to keep it holy 'coon or no 'coon."
LAST GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY.
HON. MILTON SAYLOB,
HON. ROBERT. E. CHAMBERS
Will address the people of Columbus at tbe
west front of the State House on
Salnrday Erenine, Oct. Slat,
at 7J 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,
j John G. Thompson,
' Chm'n. Dem. Ex. Com.
1 W. S. Huffman, Sec'y.
COUNTY BOIHD SCHOOL EXABII.
NERS' MEETINGS. The Board of Sohoo:
Examinersof Franklin eounty meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last fcriday and Saturdaro
each month in the year. Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall months,
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A LIVING DEATH!
The floafirmed drKMmtia idit ft.mnjf s.v wifn Rfc
Peter. "I die d .v.lv" The nhiect of thin -vi-im! ia
not to remind bins of I hiimnn.hTiitnil.nBf
him how Cob&Qisb them V I forever The mean
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
GERMAN ' BITTERS!
And it is for him to say whether he will continue
tn nnra livinor ilu.fV, n. .a t kiulf I.
sition to render life enjoyable.
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Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every eity and town in the
United States heal thy men and wemen, rescued
from torture by its AX use. and eater to b ar
testimony to its vir- ' J tues, It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, Jul this special par
tieular it is not alcoholic. ... ... .. i
t For such eocntitu tion and systetssa require for
their invigoration a diffusive stimulant.
Has beea provided a preparation in wbioe the sol
id extracts of the finest restorotives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
sgent, purged of all deleteriou eonatitaeata. .The
patient, in choosing between these two sreat anti
dote, should be guide-! by his own condition. If ia
a very low state from-debility, the Tonic ahould be
uts seiec. too; out in casus wnerw .no emergency is
not so pressing, tbe Bitters is the specific reaaired."
Thousands find infin- ite benefit from tak-
inr each in turn. .There ia an nhu. nt
Indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wmoB, singly or oomDinsd, tney will not effect
euro. , , ....
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And Weakness for Strength- Get rid of the ail
ments wuicb interfere with eniorment: east .loom
and desDondenoy to the winds: take a atfonaar hold
of life and. in short, become a -
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of ail vegetable invigoranta aud cor
rectives, . . i j .
HOOFLAND'S ; GEBMANl ! BIT T15RS.
' Biliousness, tndisestion: Oeneral Dehilitv. and
all the eomplaints which proceed fiom a want of
E roper action in toe liver, tne stomaon and the
o wels, are eradicated by a course of this great .
Which not onlr combats and eon a tiers diseases that
have eDirenobed themselves in the system- bat
ts tbe best known safecaard against all unhealtbj
influences. Persons whose occaDations and nttr-
suits suBjeot them to the depressint etfeota of a
olose, anwQotesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection agatnvt tha low fevers and
other disorders wbiob, malaria engeadars lnv-
uui wno are ,
Without any Special eomclaint. exceot aaTadnsl
declination of bodily strenffth and .nervous oners.
win nnd in tne Ml- W i't,KS a fountain ot
vitality and vigor, as i r refresoitw and exil
eratinxasapoolin the desert to the sand-scorched
and tainting travelers. 1 - - . .,
fa eomnosel nr the core inioes (at: as thav are me
dicinally termed. Extracts), of R-wti. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free tram Alcoholic admixture of any
Is a combination of alt the ingredients of the Bit
ters, witti tne purest quality ot Santa Urns Kim,
Orange, etc., making one ot the must pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever ottered to tne public
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com.
plaint, Janndioe, Dys- I ' pepria, - Chreaio 1 or
Nervous Debility. sVa Chrome Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases ausjig trom a .disor
dered Liver or stomach,
suoh - ; '
i - j ; 1 ; ' as Consti-' ..- r . (
pation. Inward , , . " v
; " Piles. Fallnaas of
' Blood to the Head,
, Acidity of Abe Stomach.
Nauvea. Heartburn, - Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomaob, Sour e.ructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, "
. u : r .1,- u u : i ..j niK..n
Breathing. Fluttering at1 the Heart. Choking or
Sunecatinx Hensations wnen in a Lying feature,
, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs bolore the
- Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, ;
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness-
of the Skin and Eyes. Paiu in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.,
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh...
.,- Constant Imagin
' ings of Evil, and '
Ureat Depres- i: !
- 1 SioB of M
. They are the Greatest and Bostl ' .
BLOOD ' PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will euire all diseases resultins
from. bad Blood. Keen our Blood pare. Keen
jour Lirer in order. a Keep jour digestive
organs in e sound, 0- heilthy condition, by
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ev. r
as&au joa. . . .... , . .
Weak' and Delicate Children
Are made strone- bv the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the bands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. - 1 hose, it will be
observed, are men of note aud of such standing that
tbey must be believed.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
: SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writes : .......
PHiLADBLrHiA, March 18, 186T.
I find "Hoofiand's German Bitters" is a good ton-
io. useful in diseases fAI of the digestive or
gans, and ot great ben- a sj eat in cases oi debit
ity and want of nervous aofion in the sys-ein.
Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
: Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania..
FnTi.nai.PHTA. ADril 88. lfWo.
1 consider MHoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o,ses of attacks of Indigestion or
li- spepaia. I can ce-tily this from my experience
01 it. i ours, witn respect,
i . . JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes :
FlliL AEKLFUl A, Sept. It, 1867.
; "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a vera- useful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an appetiser. It h not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
persons oi sum jA11KOosj SJSOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
Saa()ii. the aisnature 8- of CM. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of U each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia, ra. .'I-, - i :,' :
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle 1 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doaen.. ...... 5
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in i qt. bottles 1 M
per bottle, or a half doaen for $7 50 ...
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine. ,
FOB SALE BY ALL VBUGGIST8
And Dealers in Medicinea everywhere.
titt-imia geowl-rl . .
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The attention of tha'fradeia called. tq.Uia tuperi-V "
, or stock of .
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! " ""Insurance.""'' i"" Ji
: Auditor of Staters Certificate!
! -'' AS TO TH BCBINK8S AKB AFFAIBSJOF IHg
i i .utifi-filj
OF NEW. IORK.
1 FOB TUB TEAS ZshllTff PECBIiERii'im.
- - - , ,t nttij
Capital fully paid wp. ,t..SOOjOOO OO ,
: Amount of available assets. Ibl4,o80 31
CERTIFICATE fISK, PCBL CATlOWi ,
; " '' AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICER i;
UEPABTMBMT -OF iNSPaiKCS.
Columbus. O-, k ebruary IS, X868.
It is hereby certified. That tbe Conllnen al (Fire)1
Insurance Comoany, located at New York, in tb
Stat of New York, has complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this State relating to-Mcb lnsur-1
aeoe Companiej, for the eurient year, and has filed
in this Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Offioers, showing its condition snd businesavat the.
date of such statement, as follows :
Amount of actual paid-up Capital:..... fsno.noa 0(1 :
Aggregate amount of available assets l,U.5ew 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (inc.
Re-insurance... S81 OKI MT
Amount ot income for the pre eding year aoi,(e in
Amount of expenditures for the preoed-
- ing year ..i 68I,a4S 4?
-In witnesa whereof. I have hereunto sobterir.d
mv name, and caused tbe Seal of my
(SEALj Office to be affixed, the day and year above
- i" written. - - - , . .... r '.
JA5. H. GO DM AN, Auditor of State. '
By Jas.Wilmaks, Chief Clerk. ...,;!
Geo. F. O'Darra & Co., Agents, 3
(Nadobton Block),' J" " r ,"!
AS TO THg BTBIMI8S AVD AFFAUlg OF TU '
PACIFIC INSURANCE COFilPT;
OF -SAN FBANCISCO,Al.; ; ctt U
CERTIFICATE. Fori PCBLICATIOTt'.''
i i .:. AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) ."
Department of Insckamcs. .
Columbus, Sept. Nth legs.) 1
It is hereby certified, Tbat the, Paeifii lnsuraac
Company, located at San Francisco, in tbe State of
California bas complied, in all respect, with tba
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the onrrent year, and has filed in tnia
office a sworn statement, by tbe proper officers
showing its condition and business, at the date off
suoh statement, as follows, gold cuirency i..-t.-i i
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... fl.000,000 00
Aggregate amountof available asaetsul -.S89,fl8 Of
Aggregate amount of Liabilities 250,320 98
Amount of income for the preceding
year ............ ' T08.00J 10
Amount of expenditures for the pre-. ,
ceding year.... 67S.S8S 15
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subecrihed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office
8KAL.I to be affixed, the day and year above
Written.: ! . - ' ;;,"
Chief Clerk tor Auditor of Stat;
. Geo. F. O'Barra & Co., Agents,
- , (Kacgbtoh Block), ' 1
'".:'., Colambaw, .""
f.i . ,r., ,: ,-,
' AS TO TBE BUSIKES8 ADD AFFA1B8 CF TH I
NORTH BRITISI1& MERCANTILE
'. ISajRAWaDE COMPANY, ...
Of London and Edinburgh.
. . AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) ' f
COLUMBDS, O.. Sept. 18, 1868.)
'It is- herebv certified. Tbat the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of London and
Kdinburgh, bss comrlied in all renxcts with tie
laws of this State relating to Fire Insursnee Com
panies of foreigbn Governments, Tot the current
year.inoludingtue deposit of One Hundred Thou
sand Dollsrs forthe security of Policy holders re-,
siding in tbe State of Ooio. and that the sworn
statement of its proper offioers, filed in this depart",
ment shows its oondition and business at the date
of suoh statement (Deo. 31, 1867) as fbllowa: ' -
Amount of aatual paid up copilal-..:.: - Mo,soti
Aggrrg ate amount of available assets (13 eos.eoa 85
Agsregale amount of liabilities. 1,74x10
Amount .of income for the preceding ' )
. year . ". ...3,e001 7
Amount of expenditures for the preoed- - '
j . ing jeer.,...........-....--.--!--. ,T37,oa 3A
Ia witnesa whereof. I have hereunto snbeoribed
mv name and caused tbe Seal of my Office2
Isbal.1 to be afiixed the day. aad year aJwve
. written. . ' j, - . .
! ' !,;v jas. H. GODMAN.'AuditororSUto. "I
By JA8. 'WiiiiJAiia, Ohief Cla,k. ii i . s titi
v Geo. F. O'Harra & Con Agents, .t
cNauohtom .Block), , , .,., , - . i (,-l7f
f osUdSlgwSw-this-t 1 ' '