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BTJSiIJ2!J r DIEECTOEY
' Arehiteot. Ciril Endneor. o.' ',a ',
" - vatoa orer toe national cxenanro BanK.
ATTORNEY H AT LAW '
. Offiea. No. 69 booth High itreet. Ambos BaJld-
I AJBc.! O. BULL
ATTOSM K Y-AT-tiAYT A MAYOR, .
DWARD T. DetANi,'
i ATiiVitnirAT-t.Avtr s notarj rnollos
r -r -Otuaa la I'araonA Buildinc.
ATVO&NB f-AT-LAW A Kotarr Pablla.
a- - - 4Jffiea ttl Booth Uigh atreet.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
J6.BEAL, ' - '
A net ion per and Dealer in Real Batata Honae
iMldUooda. Clotilist and Notinna. . . . - . i
No. T West bread street. .
GEoKee iisibk,' ' ' -
Barber and Hair Dresser: ' Hot and Cola
fcaths-r-ttasement Postoffiee it nldin. v f t .
8T5iTnBOOIC BINDERS;a uAaci
O Book Brndsrs Blank Book MaueCaotaren,
Frinteraaad abUabara. '.,, ....
WT. WlLLIAna Jr. 4jo., ,i
144 South High street.. Just received, an
elegant assortment. At styles, low prioes. L
eliea, please eall. .- -
BblHf VtlUa: tiO.tg -. '.;,A
a fa the no ted bouse tor seod Beets aad Shoes
at low prioes.; lew Stock iast reeeire. - f
... - 7S South. High street..
b.'aii It. B
COAL DEALERS. -"T
tOBIISON'ACO , '.. ,,:,.
XV Dealers in PitUsargh and Ohio Coal. Alan,
(Joke. Drain Tile and titoae Sewer Fipev-" - ;
- No. Ml orth HUh street.
COMMISSION MERC HANTSr
H i itch ac son, - -
a am mission. Forwarding and Prodnoe Mer
hants dealers in Uraiu. i lour. e., SI W ilroad
treat. .... , . -.
""!n! CORSETS.".; a ft j I
D l K. I) ACM aEtt CO.,
a Uanafaotarecs aad Dealers in Freneh, Ger
man and American Corsets. Aino, faloep oltirts, .
' '- ' :i - 101 Operations.
" , . : CROCKERY, ; &c.: " :;. r
T1TB: USsUTTOfi,;-" '
T Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia China,
Qaeer.aware, Ulass, fiatetl Uuede, Lamps and Lamp
fcixtnres . 48 Nona tiign street. .
jrt ! . rtArl'i
V Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dea'er
in 1rockery. China, Ulana. Uiulerx, Plated Goods,
Coat Oil Lamps. Ao. . ' '
' s6t South High street. "
. r . DENTISTRY. v -D ;f ' '
' No. 18 East Broad street
Weo to ietiieSsa.. -
G" T. DUNIf, DENTIST. The beat styles
'of Den tie try, including Dunn's lmprorej
Mineral flats.. Omee, 10 and 11 Opera Block.
DaaTalera in Drr GotKls. Notions. Carnatit. Oil
(JioteU. alaitint-a AAWatal HaIa. il&na auui K'nn.
J,. I. USttlSAtr 4C. O., : -. i -1
e . . . 14 fjouth Uich street.
Carpets sittings, Oil ClQtha.CurUinj, ta,le and
t'anoy Lry Goods.
H' ""A'.'ot w. ti.r'Al, , , ..,-
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
i'sncy IJrr Gooda, and stanofaoturers of Ladies'
' Cloaks. - . m a. High t'reet.
A?i V, Aram A Co.. sash dealers in Dry Gooda and
Notivos, 186 aoath rourta street. . . .... .
' WhohMalo and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods.
Naaghtoastuilding,Nes.ll8aaU 12 South High
street, ... i
Deaien in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
r furnishing Uooda.No. Neil House. -
VtlA;aaasA-, 4k. ajo. ; - -. -. m.?.-.
J Dealers in Suple and Faoey Dry Goods.- ..
a C. HcA OJE k . 4k (J..
iii Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths.
irsn,ata. xaxserauuB uiga street.
TYKOT UHVii STOK.
mJ' ' ' JOHN H. ROBERTS, . . . ,
Druggist and Apothecary. " "
i; r. v.. t 64 North High street.
Asaa-,S4 4fc HIXKOI, , "
.VViavAubBALlii A JCUI'AIL DKUGU1STS.
, ... loo South High hi.. OoiumtMU. O.
XHaSAVn. sssi i -c a, sas
j1- holeaale and Retail Druggist, aad Dealer
aaeaioUMS. - . - - - .
' " 84 North Higi street.
RICH KM efc inoOHE, : "
i Designers. KngraTere and Publishers. Nota
rial and other seals engrared to order.
. Nos. 107 and 100 aoath High street.
;;,:,.., furniture, &c.
J Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal-
ersin t arniture, Coairs, Mattrasses, eto,
-i-: bo. SOI South High St. (Opera Honae).
VJ- Maaafaeturers of first elass Furniture. Whole
sale and Retail Wararooins. 6, T and Uwynne
JCJe, laler- in Mantles. Stores and House Fur
nishing Goods. Alio. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
" t .bast t own Mreet.
A KENS A STCASCT.
'Ho Farnishing (ioods. Mantles. Grates.
Copper, tin and baeet Iron, ritoyea and Mantles.
i son South High street.
ASTON, TSKLOH At HCfr, , '. r.
' Dealers ia iiardwara. stonae kBn-(.k: n a.
Warble and Slate Mantlea. Grates. ttUTeaTHotAtf
Furnaoes,Ao. - Aorth High street."
if-- HOOP SKIRTS. ,
Uannfaoturer and Wholef ale Dealer
Clrirfa And Corsets . Also, dealer in. Berlin 2. nihil
6B4 f SIU7UDO iv, oviiia niaDiuaH, .
. i .L T I : . I. i . .
HOWE" BE WING 'MACHINE
- , l 'r.i.t.'.'i ' -o
O 1. A3KTEMj--
O.' Uailcria MuieaL-.MKBUM. BAoVt. Stm
UoMrand t'aooy Good taoarallr. BpaoUl Ant
.r the oolobniscl liu How (Jold Msdal 8wing
Mhina; " ' No. South Hilh rtrt. '
! iBS.-f. tar. iVAtfF;'.' , .- ::.
I ' Suoeer to K. Liaf,) Dealer in Hi, Caps,
I Fan ka4 btnwOooda aw tionth Hita rtraet. i
NATIONAL HOTl .
Oopnaita Depot. -J-TH.
L Corner High and Town street. ' ' '
,1 t-. ;: j . . K. 4. BLOUNT, froprieton
ZATTK.CU HOCE, .
Cernev 'eartei A-Friend asa.- Cosasaodiaaa
house and extensiye stables.
; : ' L. A1 BOWERS.' rroenetor. -
S40 onth High atreet. Good stab ling attach
ed to premises.
r."-K W P." THATCHER. Proprietor
if '.J INSURANCE.
(-lONKEcncrT nn-rtJAii lifb
j sarance Company. Assets, (18,(00.000.-
tv at. JAH1I3U9, Agent, uoiamDns, o.
NEWKIRK KIILtEIBCRGEK, :"
GENERAUAGENTS Security Life insnranee
Company. , j , , . . No. Opera House."
A : . . OOoe, Nbar. e'ST OVera Boaae ,
:,v1 MILLTNERY . GOODS:
W'iolesala and Retail M lllihery Goods.
a p.niiDjirtvb, upvrs nunw diook.
ttl. A. IIOWNINU
."A. Lieiier in sitinnery, straw 1
mings. No- 67 North High street.
Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim-
J, H. WIL,KSf2, i . '.c ! ' ' '
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mi on nd Fancy Goods. - 130 South Hh street..
SCHAI'HADSeil nOHLLEBE", ,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Far
rushing Goods, i -, . , . ,
... ., ., ... ;. No. 58 North, High street.-,
C.i Wi Nt WANDERS' ''' ' !.-: "
Merohsnt Tailor and Dealer in Gents FurJ
nishing Goods. AlsoaxentfortheDiamond Mbirts.
. ui.a.CTi.-.:r-... 131 Boute. Hh atreet.
THBOHIO MEBCH4NT TAILORING
. CLOTHING CO.. 185 8 .'High af. Genu'
suits maae w oraer. iwaay-maae blowing K
wsvysonband. ; , ' .. i j ,
JWS4N n. BICKEtBtCHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
1 .at, t u ' fnrni.hin. Q.uul .
' - Ne.l North High'street. i
JOHN MUSTEK, - - i
.MERCHANT TAILOH. MO South High sfc.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. . . j
NEWS DEALERS." - 7"
News' l.eAlffra. Hnnkallr. Mil Rl.t!nnM.
No. 66 South High street, next door to Postofiice.
TMASSAt. DHA.ltl.ANN, ...
A .-News llemler. UonkAAlW Rtth'nn.r .nl Hirl
er. Publioatious in beta German and English.
.su outn rimn street.
ANDKEWti, PEUUV tc CO.,
' Mannfantnrara anil I ImjlI ,ni in Writin, Ppini.
log and W rapping Papers, 834 86 North Hik su - .
VTt-VINS at NIEUS. , . , - i-'
l'l Dealers in Printing, Book. Writing and Fin
Papers So, -MA 48 Nosih High street. , . -
' . . I .'im
BAA,AVAN Ac Dl t VKNs,
- ei oomh High street, "
. e PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 Sooth High street.
rietures made in every style and sise.
.' Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc-, etc,
I ..' ... .1 No. 23 South High street.
ERI. DOWNS, AI. f., .,- , ,
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children. .. - -
J, Wholesale and Retail 'dealers for Liehte k
Co. 'a and Haines A Bro.'s riauoa. Also, Organs,
uvioueona ana ouier musical instruments.
an nortn mgn ureet.
JSJl WODS, t
. ' Aeent for Chickering'i and Enrmerson's Pi
anos. - Also, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet Music.
. . : SI bouth High street.
' RESTAURANT. . :
BANK EXCHANGE RESTACB ANT, '
Corner State and Hichrtieet).
;5;i,MJ'.i, CHARLEV M k &R, Proprietor.
A El HA SOWING MACHINES,
t. The beat in tha wnrld Nn. 1 And I llnerA
House. ' W. PIMMEL, General Agent. ,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Ri. BCBta a oo.,..- ...
e Dealers in Fine Watohes. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedware. Spectacles, As.. No. 11 East Town
GATES & HARRINGTON
tSnrwesaors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch a. Jewelry. Silver Ware and Spes
tacles. No. a Neil Honre. -
FS 4cL A,EQ1;RECIX,
a Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrv. No. 71 South High street.
AlVCUOri' SSKOal. Ac CO., ' -'
W holeaale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
, 3 and 4 Gwvnne Block. Town street.
REEO. JONES A CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. '- '- ' No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St. ..
NOTICE ' IS BEHEBT GIVEN TO
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carry ina on business as an Indepen
dent Banking '.ompany at the eity oi Cleveland,
Ohio, under an sot of the General Assembly of the
said State of uhio, entitled "An Aet to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February Mtn, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tl a, end has. in pursuance of the statutes of tha
said ntate of uhio in snch ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its sirenlating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bare provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Searetarv and Audit- r of State of said Htate of
Ohio for the redemption of its outstanding notes of A
oirculation at the office of the National City Bank 1
.t h ..irl A, tw nf I ' I ...I . nA I 1
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Direotqrs of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July Sth, l68,
i- LEMUEL WICK. President,
jyll-dltaaSm 1 .
BANK OF COMMERCE, )
-?.: . Clsviland, Mayas, 1868.J
NOTICE IS HEBEBI GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
1'ank of Commeroe, and all other parties interested,
that after the expiation of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Seo
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
B.nk the at eks deposited to seoure the outstanding
ciriulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the forty
firs; (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March list. 1861.
H. R. HtjBLBCT. Cashier. marSS d6m
The Sisters of St. Marj',
OF THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 18. 8. For Board and
Tuition. 76, 1 80. 86 and -M). according to the de
partment of the pupil. SR. ROo, Sup't.
Address Box 161. au3-dtf
THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
Rudolph Rickly. on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double brick house,
etaoie, aiaugnter uuuew wu vsmauuinp, .uu one
aor.sa,dablf of ground.
oatT-eodim . u ra x rieaa street.--.
NOTICE. Ohio Statesman
OUR NEXT PRESIDENT.
Honor Him to Whom Honor
I -' :! r.-iS --
Emraett, said : ' '
Irish ; Patriot, Rolert
j "I have nothing to say with a yiew.to
preeerremy life, but I have that to Bay
which-interests me more than life I
havA " innch. to 8V whjr 'my character
slioiild be rescned froDi,Ljie oi of false
accusation' and calumny! which have
been heaped' tipon, it.'".-' f'" ;
So ay his tfitiiteot'foveminr&ef
moi$r J j you, desire itoj Tbelieyjj these
atrocities, close yowp- eyes ; if you de
sire to diseorer -nd; believe the truth,
readen,' - I 'I iv.j itai ' .'u'l
Secretary Stanton to Governor Seymour.
WASHINGTON, June 15, 1853.
requires (100,000) one
hundred thousand, militia to repel the
invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania;
. r yon . please inform me
inrmedtately if, in answer to a special
call of the President, you can raise and
forward twenty thousand (20,000), mili
tia as volunteers without bounty. ,
E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War.
Governor Seymour to Secretary Stanton
ADBANY, June 15, 1863.
I will -spare no efforts to ' send you
troops at once.'1 1 have sent orders to
the -militia officers of the State. I
will order New York and Brooklyn
troops to Philadelphia at once; '
President Lincoln thanks Governor Seymour.
' "' "' " " ; tnour. ' ' " ' ' .
WASHINGTON, June 15, 1863.
icent directs.. me. to return . his thanks,
with those of the .Department,' for your
prompt response. ..; v . ,-
WASHINGTON, June 15, 1863. E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War.
Curtin to Governor Seymour.
HARRISBURG, June 16, 1863.
His Excellency Governor Sby-mourw-I
am in recept of a message
from the .War Department stating that
you are preparing .troops to aid io de
fending the borders. : The enemy is now
in . Cumberland Valley, in large force.
The danger is imminent, s ft
Allow me to- nrge , the forwarding of
troops to Harrisburg, without' delay. ' i
A. G. CURTIN.
Seymour to Governor Curtin.
ALBANY, June 16, 1863.
forward troops as fast as possible. Regi
ments will leave JNew lorlc to-night.
Governor Seymour's Adjutant to Governor
To Governor Curtin : About
twelve thousand (12,000) men are' now
moving, and are under orders for Har
risburg, in good spirits and well equip
ped. Governor Seymour desires to
know if he shall continue to send men.
JOHN T. SPRAGUE, Adjutant General.
Governor Curtin to the Pennsylvania
CAMP CURTIN, HARRISBURG,
June 19, 1863.
hill." ' There are the troops of our sis
ter New York defending our frontier,
where you ought now to be, instead of
wrangling here how you will enlist.
Great God ! What are you doing T
Thirteen regiments from New York al
ready on the ground,' and in front, while
not a regiment . in , Pennsylvania is yet
Gov. Curtin to New York Soldiers.
, Soldiers of New York : Penn
sylvania had a right to expect that her
sister New York would come' to her aid,
but she did not have the right to ex
pect that New York' troops would be
here on bur soil, occupying the front of
her defences, before her own troops were
on the ground, '.
From the bottom of my heart, I thank
you for' this generous alacrity. Bear
my personal thanks, as well as the
thanks of Pennsylvania, to your patri
otic Governor, for the promptness with
which, through your presence, he has re
plied to our need. On some future oc
occasion I will, in some more appropri
ate and formal manner, make known to
him my grateful appreciation of his
prompt action in hurrying forward to
our aid this noble band of soldierly men
Again I thank you.
Secretary Stanton to Governor Seymour's
WASHINGTON, June 19, 1863.
The President directs me to return his
thanks to His Excellency', . Governor
Seymour, and his staff, for their ener
EDWIN M. STANTON.
Governor Seymour's Adjutant to Secretary
ALBANY, June 20, 1863.
Hon. E.. M. Stanton : The Gov
ernor desiies to be informed if he shall
continue sending on the militia regi
ments of this State. -If so, to what ex
J. P. STONEHOUSE, A. G.
Secretary Stanton to Governor Seymour's
WASHINGTON, June 21, 1863.
A. A. Adjt. General Stonehouse:
The President desires Governor Sey
mour to forward to Baltimore all the
militia that he can raise.
EDWIN M. STANTON.
THANKS TO GOVERNOR SEYMOUR.
Secretary Stanton to Governor Seymour.
WASHINGTON, June 21, 1863.
Dear: Sir: I cannot forbear ex
pressing to you the deep obligation I
feel for the prompt and candid support
you have given the Government iu the
present emergency. -The energy, activ
ity, and patriotism you have exhibited,
I personally and officially acknowledge.
I shall be happy always to be es
E. M. STANTON.
Govornor Seymour evidently stopped
the rebel invasion, and arrested General
Lee's otherwise victorious march through
Pennsylvania to New York. And prob
ably the establishment of the Southern
Confederacy on a permanent basis of in
dependence, with Jefferson Davis as its
President, in eighteen hundred and sixty
eight. - - -
E. M. STANTON. Major-General Henry D. Slocum on Gov.
during tha, war I . know of no. class
whose opportunities of forming an accu
rate judgment were more favorable than
the solders. " Aaf New, York Volunteers,
you were under his charge until you left
tha State, aad while in the field most of
your officers were commissioned by him;
He torami8sioned, over. (16,000) officers
doxing his term of serve a duty as im
portant as it was delicate. Of the man
ner in: which tbd duty was performed,
Who, ' can form1 a 'Jbetter judgment than
yourselves 1) In all his dealings with
the immense namber of volunteers Bent
from this State, neither political nor per
sonal influence 'could ever induce him to
hazard thoT lives ifef 'our men,.' or in any
manner weaken their, efficiency. ' .'These
facts are , a . sufficient answer to. all the
charges of i thus nature - ever brought
against Croverno Seymour; ; " ;
j No there 'J. 'ja one ; charge;, iof
wliich ., his., honorable . and : patriot
ic, course.' towards - you - will not . be
received ; aLlufficIent reply;, tone"
crime' for whici thS Beal with which ha
hastened, forward thousands of troops to
the. aid of Pennsylvania when she was
iirvaded1, and contributions freelv made
by him for thdberfeit of 'our ; sick, and
disabled soldiers, will not atone. This
charge has constituted a theme for edi
tors and orators. '
It has appeared on banners in all
Radical procsssions. In speaking te
mob in New York he commenced his ad
dress with the words, "My friends,"
Governor Seymour first gained the at
tentioa : of the-excited men, and then
pointed out to them the consequences
that must follow their unlawful acts
we know the effect of this . course. , We
know ' that, a - Republican -Mayor, and
nearly the entire press of the city, im
mediately after the close of the riot.
spoke of his course in the strongest
terms of commendation. ' .-.., .'
i ' Mayor Opdyke, in reference thereto,
said: " '-.'"-. " ' : ':' '
' ' "Governor Seymour to the "end stood
firm everything that was possible for
bim to do was done, to aid in- the ; sup
pression ot tne riots. ' , -
"His conduct during those riots met
my entire approval." -
Colonel H. S. Lansing on Governor
Seymour's Suppression of the New
York Draft Riots.
'At is ew jorp DarracRs, staten
Island, I had about 750 men, belonging
to a dozen different organizations. - On
.Monday, the day of the riots,-1- came to
New York, and first heard on my arrival
of the action of the rioters. Major-Gen-
eral John x .Wool, United btatesArmy,
commanding this District, received from
Major-General Sahdford.commanding the
i trst Division, New .York State Na
tional Guard, a request that he, General
Wool, would order the men on Staten
Island to report for defence of the .city
General Wool returned the . communica
tion to- General Sandford, with the en
dorsement that "he could not order these
men, as they were under the control . of
Governor Seymour, . but immediatelv
under the command of Colonel H. S
Lansing." General Sandford sent the
communication to. me with a request that
L would order the; men over. Having
had the honor of serving on Governor
beymour s Stan: in 1862-3, and know
ing him from boyhood, I knew, if pres
ent, ne would at once order these men
to New York, and acting accordingly, I
had the satisfaction of receiving from
him personally, the next day, a full an
proval and commendation of my action.
. I reported to General Sandford for or
ders, with . six companies, each , 100
strong 600 men.
A Here was not an omcer in this com
mand holding a United States commis
sion, and it was this force that , did thi
street fighting, . aided by the cavalry.
who afterwards arrived ' from Riker's
Island, under command of General, then
acting Colonel Thaddeus P. Mott, and
winch command, with one or two excep
tions, was like that from Staten Island,
holding only Governor.' Seymour's war
rant. .,. . -
' Colonel O'Brien, killed: Colonel Jar-
dine, - wonnded, and Colonel Wintlow
(since dead), who rendered good service,
were none ot them at' the time in tb
service of the United States. . Thus.
you see, that the last thread that sup
ports the infamous charge that Govern
or Seymour sympathized with the riot
ers is broken, for he and his officers and
men alone saved the city, and put an
H. S. LANSING.
NEW YORK, August 24, 1868.
Governor Seymour evidently stopped
the New York draft riots, and through
his whole course supported both Presi
dent Lincoln and Mayor Opdyke, both
political opponents, in order to save New
York citv on the one hand, and the
Union on the other. .,
Is not Governor Seymour's honor and
loyalty vindicated? and will you not give
"honor to whom honor is due I and will
vou not vote for him. who once saved the
country to save it again from intestine
strife from equal, nay, greater evils
to save it perchp-nce from ntter ruin,
chaos, from annihilation itself I
Where stand Generals of the Army?
' The above question is asked by the
Albany Argus, and is answered as fol
lows: To read the columns of the
Radical papers, or to listen to their vitu
perative orators, we would think that
no one was loyal except the supporters
of Grant and Uollax and that every
one who rallied to the banner of Sey
mour and iilair was a traitor and rebel
Yet look at the record of the War De
partment, and glance over the list of
the men who served during the war, and
what names do we behold 1
Here is a list of patriotic soldiers,
every one of whom supports the Demo
cratic cause and its champions, Seymour
and Blair : (ieneral Ueorge ti McUlel
lan. General W S Hancock, Gen
eral Gordon Granger, General Darius-N
Couch, General Charles P Stone,
General William F (Baldy) Smith, Gen
eral Gershom Mott, General George W
Morean, General A banders Piatt, Gen
eral Willam McCandless.General George
A Custar, General L H Rousseau, Gen
eral George W Crook, General John E
Wool, General W H Rogers, General
John Love, General A A Stearns, Gen
eral Morgan L Smith, General George
N Roberts. General R N Bowerman;
General Thomas Ewing, Jr., General
William B Franklin, General J J Peck,
General J W Blanchard, General M F
McMahon, General Theodore Runyon,
General J B Sweitzer, General J S Ful-
lerton, General James Craig, General J
C McGowan, General H S Commger,
Generat Hugh Cameron, General Henry
M Nagle, General Robert Patterson;
General E B Brown, General J G Park
hurst, 'General Henry A Morrow, Gen
eral Thomas Carley, General O C Max
well,' General H E Davis,' Jr., General
J L Croxton, General James ' Shields,
General James R ' Slack. General H H
jHeath, General J A McClernand, Gen
jeral H' W Slocum, General John.W
jHorn, General Thomas W Eagan, Gen
eral W J Sewell, Genetal Charles E
JPhelps, General JB Steadman, General
Wiliiam H Davis, General W W AVer
lell, General Alexander McD McCook,
general Peter Lyle, General A S Dag'
gett, General A C -Gillem, General M R
,Patrick, General Joseph E Knipe, Gen
eral George P Este, General Jesse J
Phillips, General J W Denver,' General
,Thoma8 A Davies, General E S Bragg,
General Darbin Ward; General S M
jZulick, General James McQuade, Gen
'eral T L Crittenden, General E H Hob
;son, General William P Benton, General
!A S Williams, General CD- Penne-
backer, General Hugh Ewing, General
jThomas H Benton, General Willis Gor
man, General Thomas Kilby Smith,
General George O Rodgers, (general O
B Wilcox, General J C Davis, General
N M Curtis, General J J Bartlett, Gen
eral W T Ward, General C C Loomis,
General B Partridge, General H C Ho
bart, - General H C Dunlop,' General
Uharles 'aircbild, (General W U Whit
takery General W S Rosecrans, General
D C Buell, General F H Warren, Gen
eral R A Vaughn, General A A Stevens,
General William Hartzhorn, General J
H Hobart Ward, General John Clark,
General George . Spalding, General J F
Ballier, General C J. Powers, General C
E Pratt, General 0 W Roberts, General
G R Myers, General Abraham Duryea,
General Nelson Taylor. A still larger
list could be furnished irom the records
of the' War Department ; but the above
is amply sufficient to show that the men
who ' led our armies in defence of the
Union, are now acting with the Demo
cratic party for the same holy and pat
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Jtlondny, Nov. 3d, 1868,
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For grading snd paving the sidewalks and gut
ters on Third street from Hiokory alley to North
For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks.
guicera ana crossings on inird street irom form
street to North Pablio lane.
Vot grading and repaying the sidawalk and gut
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street to Fair alley, and s-raria and a-ravel the road
way of Chapel street from High street to Fiont
For gra ling and repaying the sidewalks, gutters
and errssingson the south side of hich street in
front of lot No. 6 of Denison's subdivision of out
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r or grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks,
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For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks
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....... B. F. BOWEN,
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street, up stairs. oct2S-dtd
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CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,''! '
-1 .. i- .. Colombos, O., Sept. 14, ISSS.i .'
Notice is hereby riven that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
makins the following improvements, to wit : - :; J
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street.
Also, to oonstruot a twelve inoh stone pipe sewer
on seventh street from s point opposite the north
line of W. O. Brawn's loton Broad street to a point
opposite the north line of the first allay north of
Broad street east of Heventh street.
-Also, for constructing stone arch culvert of such
dimensions as may be required, across Broad street
where the proposed ditch crosses the same near
Acheson's lane... . . . i .
A I jo. to establish the boundary line of Park street
between North Public brae and the bridge over
the U. C. A I C. Railway, and to erect marks, at
inch points as the same may be easily known.
Also, for grading and paving the nnpaved side
walks, gutters and croinas, and grading and grav
eling the soadwa wof Walnufalley from Fair alley
west to Front atreet. . ...
The same to be dons in' accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by che City Civil Engineer
and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
AH personselairaing damages on aeeonnt of raid
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on o
before the thirty-first flay of October. A. I). 1868.
, . L. E. WILSON, ,
- seplT-dltew4w" " - City Clerk.
lo aWukom itmayCvHatrn: . . u'r ' '
, .'''. , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, ' ' '
' i.- ' Coldhbos. O., Soot. s.1868.f :
-'Notioeis hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted ia the City Ceanoil of Columbus for-snak
tag the folliiaiag imerov-mien tf. te-wit:-
For grading and paring the un paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third atreet from Hiokory
alley to North street; --...- '-
Also, for grading and paving tha anpaved side
walks, gutters and crossing oa the south side of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street;'
Also, for grading and paving the guttersand cross
ings and graveling the aikewalka and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Publio lane
to Sjoamore street. ,
Also, for grading and repaying the sidewalk and
gutter and oroiaing on Rich street, in front of Lot
no. 6 of Dennison'a snbdivinian nf .intlnt No. aa
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Chapel street, from Fair alley to r rout street; -
Alan, for grading and paving the gutters and
curbing on the aontn side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
Aiso. for building a double row nag crossing
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
The same to be done ia accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All nersons claiming damaa-ea nn aeonnnt nf aaid
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Eigateenth day of .November. A. 1),
"'! -"" '; L. E WILSON, -
ot5 dltaw4w City Clerk.
To all com it may Coneem .-- ---.'I ! '
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. '
-. ' ' CoLtJMBtrs, O., Sept. SL, 1868.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the .City Council of Commons. for
maxing tne touowing improvements, to-wit :
For renavina the eutters and resettina- tha enrb
ing on the west aide of Seventh street between
Friend street and Rioa street- ; -k ... '
Also, for psving the nnpaved sidewalks en the
east s de of Fifth street between Rioh street and
Cherry street, '' . " : - -..
Also, for grading and graveling . Chapel street
from Hia-h atreet to Fair Allev. -
-Also, for grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the CCA C. railroad depot to tha line
oi vr m. neii a property.
The same to be done in aeeordanee with plats and
estimates to oe preparea Dy tne iity tjivit engi
neer, and filed in the ofiloe of the Citv Clerk. - i
All persons claiming damages on account ef said
proposed improvements, are reanired to file theii
claims in theoffieeof tlie Clerk, in writing,-on er
Detore tne seventn day ol novemDer. A. I), lms.
' - li. B. WILSONr ;
sept4-dltaw4w . . , . i- .. City. Clerk.
7b ottwAom iay coaesrs; - -
1 i ' .. c i CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 1
-- - : . COLDMBDS. 0 Oct. 18. 1868,1 -
Norlee is hereby riven, that proceedings have been
instituted in the Citv Council of Columbus, for
UlAKlUg toe iuiiuwiLg impiDfamflUH, to-wit; .
Forcradinsand pavinc the unosved sidewalks
gutters and crossings on Third street from North
street to JNortn ramie lane. -A
Iso. for reDavinc tha aidewalks on the east side
of Front street from the northeast corner of Kront
and Town streets to a point oo feet north or Town
street,-' ... .1 ... . .-c -'-Also,
for graveling South street front .Sixth
...... ,A UMn1 ......
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway' of
Maple street from Hish-street to Weter street.-
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
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Also, to survey and stake off South street from
East Publio lane to the eastern boundary cf the
citv. - .. ....... 1 j 0 u. ; . : . -
The same to ba done in accordance with plats
ana estimates to oe preparea ny tne uit j uivu rn
gin. er. and filed in the office of the Citv Clerk.
All persons olaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are require to- file: their
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,,, ComiiBCg.O., t ebrnary 15. 1868.) . ,.j
- ' It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire)
. Insurar-ce Company, located at New York, in tbs '
State of New York, has complied, in all respecta, .
with the laws of this State relating to such lnsur- "
anee Companies, for the ourient year, and has filed f
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'Amount of actual paid-up Capital...... tsoo.noo 00
: Aggregate amount nf available assets-... 1,814,580 31 "
. Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (inc. . t
Re-insnraree 381 fwt 98
Anrount 04 income for the pre eding year 801,086 IS
Amount of expenditures for the preeed- - T,
; j ing year 681.443 47
; In witness whereof, I have heiennto snbserit-ed
mv name, and caused the Seal, of my.
lEEAL.l Office to be affixed, the day and year above '
; - - - written.! i -. - s . ...
. JAS, H. GODMAV. Auditor of State.
- By Jab. Williams. Chief Clerk. . '
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co.,' Agents, ;
. (NAVGBTON BlOCA). .. :. r . - . . ;
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AS TO THI BU8INZS8 AND ArFAIMOF TB
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMFY, '
Of SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. "( l
CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION..
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) " '
USFARTMBNT OF iHgrBAMCE. i lt I
1 COLFMBUS. Sept. 19th, 1868.)
' It is hereby certified, That the Paeifie Insurancs
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of .,
California has complied, in all respects, with tbs '
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com- -
panics, for the current year, and baa filed in this
offioe a sworn statement, by the proper officers, "'l
showing its condition and business, at tbs data ol
such statement, as follows, gold currency :
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... 81.0OS.O0S 08
Aggregate amount of available assets., 1.S89.8I8 e.l4
Aggregate amount of Liabilities ' 169,130 SB
Amount of income for the preceding '
year ' 708,003 78 .,
Amount of expenditures for the pre
ceding year J 838.(88 15 03
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office
IsealJ to be affixed, the day and year alovs :
: JAS. WILLIAMS, I
, ' Chief Clerk for Auditor of State. - , ,
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agents, I ,:
I (Nacghtoh Block), , 1 - -1 .
'! .... - . Col ambus, O. ,
AS TO TBS BUSINESS AND AFFAIBS OF TBI
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
ISUHAIVCE COMPANY, ",
London and Edinburgh.
. AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE ' o
lNSOBANCB llBPABTUBNT. ,
wi ' "' COLOMBCg. Sept. 18, 1868
It is hereby certified. Tbst the North British ' 5
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
Edinburgh, has comrlied in all respects with Us
laws of this State relating to Fire Inauraaos Com
panies of foreighn Gevernmeots, for the current -year,
inoluding toe deposit of One Hundred Thou- .
sand Dollars for the security ef Polioy holders re- ..,?
siding in the State ot Ooin, and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers. Led ia this depart- - : ' '
ment shows its condition and business at tha data - , ,
of such statement (Dec. SI, 1887) as follows r
Amonntof aotual paid ap eopilai ' t5S,ooa '
Aggrrgate amount of available assets 813 603,8086 .
Azxrecate amount of liabilities L7At.Sl
Amount of income for the preceding ,. .a
ing year ........ .
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
... ......... .n mused the Seel of ay Office
tSBAL. to be affixed the. day and year above
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1 'J.S. H. GODM AH.' Auditor of State.1
By Jas. Wiluams. Chief Cle.k. J 1 .-- t l
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