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uVERTISiNG .-pATES0f OB: CAU.Y STATESMAN
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340 XA 680
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an T6oeatf parrqnsre each insertion: for three
tioMtMHOT kwtw, a uiaeonnt of one-h&lf from Dmily
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S0TICE8 or Dbatu. SO cent. .- ,...!
Nonets or Markiaubs, 5oent.- ,w , n l i
KBT.ieinrs Koiioi-cbklf prioe. -i I
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ft Mtm tki or .,, , a.dit .-;,H .
T T. BHOOK1.S, . :i, -..- .
.XV AnhHeot, Civil Kndiraer, Ac.'-'1 '
. ,i 4 a . iiffie er the Ntionel fcxohmnfe Bank B
.riisfu ccTj ATTORNEYS;-' '!! lA,
' rjttASEti If AH, :" Uf;. i-.-,9
r ATTORNEY S AT LAW
, OfQoa, p. 8oath fiigh ttraet. Ambos Baild-
JAJHEX - BIJLAi. r : - -i ' "
.Tiirja. . i . ' MTtOfflKi.
TDWARD T." SelAI W, r,-.- -.,'-v':,-i
siVvAiryftiifik'-Al-LA A Notrr Pobllo.-
- Of6o in FArain'i BaUdioC
OfBoar-O ontUiRh itraet, Aiabo BailAine-
.AUCTION .AND COMMISSION,
J O. HEAIj - . ' , . t t . .
e1 Anetioneer and Dealer In Real Estate House
hold Uooda, Ciotainf and Notions,
t.-- , v A o.J Weet Broad street.
GEOKCE H4YEK .
Uarbai' aad Hair Dresser. Hot and Colj
iBtsW rjasejueBt PostoSloe U iWin. r ? j r
'O Book Binders. Blank. Book' Manafaotorers,
W.x. Mrit.UAmm u. co., ;,
144 South High street-. Just receded, ao
elegant assortment. Hew styles, low prices.
dies, please call. y. .....
X- Is the soted boase for food Boots and Shoes
S k prieeaw : Aes eitook jantreoeiTed. : ,i i'
' ' .1 876 South High street.
TOBrSUN c CO
ItesUrsiii fittsbnrzh and OhloOoil'' Also.
Coke, Drain Vile aad-Mtoaeiseiffr Fipe,
. - , . .... . rKo. SSI ftorth 4mhetreet. T
COMMISSION -iMERC HiMTS..
HriTCH Sc. S4Hi:'.;7 !'!! n "
cComuiiraion, tor (tardinf; and Produce Mer
ohanta, dealers is Utaiij, i'lotu, 10, iH W.- Jiroad
,41X001... t -:: .-: , if.. . U I .(Ilm
. corsets, r
D. A Vlt Oliaasv 4: CO., . -. - .,i
Hanntaetarers and Dealers in French, Ger
if&aa and American uorsets. A so. Hoop skirts.
1 ' . 11 Opera House.
CROCKER Y, &c
e. ni Wno
iWhnlesale and AaU.il nealar'ln' f!hina.
QueeneKare. biad, riated Uuods, Lamps and Lamp
r ixtures. 46 Morih High street.
) Importer aod WholewJo "and Retail Dealer
in Crockery.'Ohina, Glass, Cutler, fiatej Moods,
eoalOa lAinps, Ac."
. - Si South High streets
EAIJ IS' DENTISTRY.
AltilKU A: CnitlllMiKU,
Wra4ta be the .".-.- -.- -
G,VrSJlfI, DENTI8T. Tbe beit styles
s- 'of Dentistry,- ineladinr Duah's Improreu
4linm fbue 4Jt&oe. IS and U Opera Block,
od tor. o.. DRY;:G00DS. '
GBEULt ACO., .
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets. Oi
Cluths, al at tings, shades, fiats. Caps and furs.
swow oifii suo rneuu amou,
JO. WSBOKN 4: ' ' ' 1 " i '
BMria.' et ; txj.-.ia. u : 148 rjouth High street.1
Carpets Mattings, Oil Cloths.Curtaina, Sta. le and
Fancy iJfy Goods.. .... ..
1 v. 4k. w.a. ;. t.-m
X4 , W holasale and Betaii Dealers in Staple aad
Fancy Dry Goods, and auuiufaoturers of Ladies'
Cloaks. - - 123 S. High si reel:
TpOU A4TSS. ST. AUK bOOOil SrOKK,
AT F. Krvnt A Co., eash dealers ia Dry Goods and
fiotksjss too ooBth (eartk surest, t ;,-;-.
JAtmu jrA(JilaaN, .. ", ,,'.."
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
flawihSaa Buiidins, oe. 118 and Bi South High
AV Dealers in Staple and. Fancy Dry Goods and
Uents' Farnishini Goods, fro. 8 Keil House.
liAiAAAtSS-l'. UUA Sr. :..,
, Aesuen ia. oupi ana anoy Lry tieeds. -i'
, ftp. S8 south tiigh street-
a" ' ASr.A Ikl.K V itiiu. , ...
Xs" Foreign and Domestio Dry Goods, Cloths,
Draiistand ApaUhaoary. ,
.,,; :i-...6Worth High street.-.
AtSFL.K Ac SSi raO.Mt - ' .i
n ttUUtBALiE A it Si I AiJU DKUUU1STS, .
too South High St., Coiouibus. 0.
Tl ttAUN. HMl 'K m, - . "
Wtotels and UeiaU Druigists, and Dealer?
in frSBriatar laadUin., . - .-. .
. - S4 Nortli High streeL T
. s-ngravers and Publishers. Votai
rial and Wber seals eograTed to order. - .
. . . floe. I"? and log South High streets-
.i FURNITURE, &c.
GiJi;jnHijCAiimi5r jo., - b
Manufactnrers and Wholesale and BetaU Deal
ers In- furniture, Cbairs, Mattrasses, etc. .
; .uJ i Ao. 401 South High St. (opera Honsel. -
HIO f'UAMTtlUfc CO., -v ..- . . .
v Manufacturers of firstclass Furniture. "Whole
sassH kact Jietaii -W arerooins, 6, 1 and 8 Gwynne
tlleck. .'i , -
- H. AJUHStBONU 4C t'O.
J24a"lealer.tBSlaades. Stoves and PoSse K
nishiog Goods." Also, Tin, Copper and Sheet iron
Wan; - " tast lown ureet.
Cagast Xin onaet iron, Btoes and Manuea
,cl,;t yts ajfi t.:'-"" eoisinilsiBStfc"
: 1 ; I . . - -
A-ftWSr'TATLOK A HDrr, - "
.'Ataalacsia Hardware, noose Fnrnishrng Goods,
ilarble aod Slats Mantles. Urates,- Su, ves. Hot Air
F uinaces, 4ek ' .. . . W o orth-High street.
.dinodtHOOP SKIRTS. -
r1. r'' i.ntir.tairar and Wholesale Dealer in Hood
SkwttS aad Oorsets.- Also.' dealer in Berlin Zepber
HOWE !i SEWING: MACHINE.
'-Dealer ia Musical Merchandise. BooS. Sta
tionery and Fancy Uoods generally. Special Agent
or tne eeieoratea tuas nowe uom neaai sewing
So.t Sontb Hian-streew
fSaoewflor to E. ikufJ Dealer in Bftls. Cam.
hDTiani Straw ttocxU iJonth Hifcn Hreet. -
i.1 Opposite Depot. . , ,
i.).-Of.VT S. H. DAVlDSOtf. Proprietor.'
NlTtDSlATES HOfEl,, "
i-Comer High and TO wn streets. : "'0 " ? m i
, , a 4. BLOU.r. Proprietor,
Comer Fourth A Friend sts. . Commodious
house" and extensive stables. - - ' '
- --iK-Ai BOWERS. rrOMletor.
140 Couth Hish street. Good stabling aUasb
d to premises. ..
vr i. inA i vur-rt, i-ropnetor.
nob!.' . i INSURANCE. ; f
Conn BC riCDT BDTOSL Lire . 0,
aranee Comtwnr. Asseti. S18.COO.000.
-1vi : -Wl. JAIUdOM, Alteot. Coliunhiu, O. i
NEVKIRK VULTEHBERGEK, "
GENblKAL AGENTS Security Life Insaranea
Company.., . l( ,Jo S Upera House. .
HOME: 1N8CHANCH COMPACT -OF
Colnmbns. O. aoiLal and Asaata. 8496-614.37.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y. ' '
.,-1 vmm,os.s Tuners House
: MILLINERY: GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
11 B. Hieh street. Opera House Bloc.
l K- A. UOWNBti, . . -., -, ... i
.VI i . . 1 1 . el. r j- J r--.
.--a- uosive id ;u ii l i iioi j, o 1 1 ,n vruuua auu inur
mings. No. 67 North High street.
If H. WILKIF, -
rtt Dealer in Millinery, lres and' Cloak Trim-
minn, nd Fanej tioods-. 130 Month Hi street. J
SCHAHAfIEM c SOHLLEBErl, -Merchant
Tailors and Dealers in Genu' Fur
nishing Uoods, . .
il . -. .. i.n-t 0O.SB Korta mgn street.
. Merehant Tailor aad Deal ef in Gents Vwr.
Dishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
THE OHIO rTIEKCHANT Ta.IEOII.INQ
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. Hieh st. Oenta'
suits made to order. Blrady-.tsade Clothing al
ways on hand.
JOHN CI. U1CKEBACHEU, ,s - . i.:
Merohant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
JOHW ssUNTKKv ' - - . ,
MERCHANT TAILOR. liO Sontb mV .t
Chnice stook of Ctothingeonstantl? on hand. -
ANDBEWS A HULL, ' "
r Ktvf DeA.ler-.'-Rnnk-AAlleni .anil Rt.finn.r..
No. 65 South High street, next door toFostoffice. ,
iritSEO. DHLmANN, ... .. ti .,.. -
News Dealer. Bookseller. Ktationer Ahrl Rind-
er? Publications in both German and - Knir isb. i
. . . etoutnrliRBstreeSii
A I PAPER WAREHOUSES. -
ASDKEWS, sKUKV Sc CO ,
Manufacturers and Dealerain Writinv Prink.
ingand. Wrapping Papers, 83 A 95 North Hishst.
Ni-yiNS & irilTEKS, - .
Dealers id Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, S8 A 40 North High street. ti. ae . , j
ALDWIN if trEVENs, .
"! ' ! . -81 Somh High street.
Pjetaires made in every style and siae.
a, .Photoeraphs. Ambrotypes. Gems. etoi. sto.7
- ' No. 23South Highstreeu
EM. JDOVVNN, JT1. 4
No. 3 ODera Hnnse. TrnnM l)ima.A nf tbii
Kre. Ear. Heart. Tbrnatand l,im Alan Ihum
of women and Children. r
f F. HAKHIS ic CO.,
B ii-.... ... . . . . .
WhnlAalii-&nit Rnt.tl m.1. rn. r.iff1,t. -A
Co. 'sand Haines A Bro.'s Piaoos. Also. Organs,.
BnilUOVIIB IUU UtllDl tUUSlUtkl lllLI UU1UI1LS.
36 North High f treet. .
Ji -Sj; TVOOOK, 3 -;: ui i : -
Aeent for Chickerings and Emmerson's Pi
ano. Also, Organs. Melodeons and Sheet MnficJ
' - - - si south High street.
BANK EXCHANGE BKSTADBANTr
Coiner State and Hish rtieeti. -
CHARLEY MiaR, Proprietor. -k
, : SEWING MACHINES. v ;
A ETTA 8BWINS JrlACHINES, :
fl The beat in .h nrM. N l iA ftiwm
House. .. - - , s W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.'
4 Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks,' jewelry,
Platedware.. Spectacles Ac- No. -11 Ea.t Town
street. . V - -v. (
GATES Ac HARRINOTON ,''
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s, Jewelry. Silver Ware and Spec-taeles-.-No.
3 Neil Honte. ' . .
F A. 4k A, S,EQTEREBJX. ' 1 ''
- uuiimjd ,uu i.cmi i ueiuers til Traicaee,
Clocks and Jewelrr. No. 71 South High street.
ANCKUfr tIKOS. Sc CO., ' -q f
n nolesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
, 3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
REED, JONES Sc CO., ...
Mannfsntursrs and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICE IS - HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whem it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business as an indepen
dent Banking Company at the eity of Cleveland,
Ohio.nnder an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aet to incorporate
he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tl a" end has. in pursusnoe of the statutes of the
said ntate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bave provided means aod
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio ior the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, whrra
jsid City Bank is located.
Done oy oraer or me coara oi uireotors or the
Oitr Bank of Cleveland, July 8th, 1868,
i...,,... ..LEMUEL WlCK. President.
. jyll-dltaw6m m i ;n 1.: ..- -., -
i . ' I BANK OF COMMERCE, (
Cleveland, May 23, 1868.)
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the lste
IJank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that alter the expiration of six months from this
aate, application will oe made to the Auditor, Seo
u"57.tnd Tre"ur of State to surrender to said
Bunk .the sttpks deposited to secure the outstanding
i5,uAV,D f? Pursuance of the forty-
Tlieters iof St, Marj's, . .
kF THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY nv
Somerset, rerrr county, will open their large
spacious building for the reception of nunila In
the first Monday in September, 1818. For Board and
Tuition. 876. 880, 886 and SSO. according to th a
partmentof thepapU.. - .. SB, ROaE, Sup't.
Address Box 151. s "- 4 - , . swaS-dtf
THB PR0PERTT FORMERLY OWNED BT
'- Kodolph Rickly. on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double brick bouse,
stable, slaughter bouse and outbuildings, and one ,
acre and naif of :grond, JSnquireof
t: I . . - JACOB IMS, .;.
,! ActT-eodlm. 168 tast Friend street. .
168 fcaal Friend street.'
-i. i -71 ;
nil !li .j IT J 11 --J J i'-l
-jr FEMALESj -i OWING ' TO THE'
peculiar and important .relation's which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
aud the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings.' Freedom from these
contribute in no-small, 'degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy. Vho are ill.',, Not only so,, tut. nb;
one of these various female complaints
can long .be suffered to run on without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere; King producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relief of these varions delicate affections,
aud only upon the most urgent necessity
will h true woman so far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. ..The sex
will then thank us for placing in their
ban 3a 'eimplaTUpecUica- wliiuh .will" be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of those troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex.;i
EXTRACT OF lilCIIU.
''Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply vainly to drug '
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the. hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, hut I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive . exhaustion
of the pttwers of life, by laborious em
ployment,, 'unwholesome air", and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, andjfrrjuent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina'itself. It'.n 1 T ;':
When reviewing the causVs of these
distressing complaints, it is njost 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 a'ffect the life, health and happi
ness of woman ia all classes oi society,
and'fwhichi consequently,', affect iriore 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, j Thus,': with 1 the body
half-clothed, and. the mind Unduly ex
cited by pleasure,- perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work of destruc
tion is half accomplished.'
.:;In eonseqnence ,of this, early strain
upon her - system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in- school at a later
day, thus aggravating' the evil. When
one excitement is -over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression,' while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to the attainment and retention
of organic health and strength ; the ex
posbre to night air ; the sudden change
of temperature ; ' the complete prostra
tion , produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate effect.. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of tni&efy, and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less. of. the plain dictates and remon
strances of. her delicate nature, becomes
an- unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. ' This is but a truthful picture of
toe experience ot thousands ot our young
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
lite.;, ana, as we suaii 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,
w nites or , Jjeucorrboea, Too .frnfuse
Menstruation,'' Exhaustion,. Too, Long
continued JTeriodji, tor jy rolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known;
Helmbold's Compound Extract of
Kuchu.'', Directions for ' nse, diet, ' and
advice, accompany. ' . '' ;
I ; 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
mannooa ana womanhood.. Helm bold s
Extract Buchu is, more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
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manity, as a certain cure for' the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating :. General Debil
ity, Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Ueneration, jraipitation ot the Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous aud Debilitated state of the
system., To insure the genuine, cut this
out.. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
! Sold by Druggists and Dealers every-
Wbere. !;:. ' -''-''" - t; ; : '
! Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in ; all communica
tions. Address HY T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical . Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y. . '
jNone are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, -with fac-simile
of! my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
iySJ-dwAs-weowly H. T. HELMBOLD.
Vfk V " w orVaaj. .T1 j l.n i."M f''T
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] MADRID, Oct. 10, 1868.
; A lamentable incident' occurred yes
terday in Madrid SeHof -Peres Ruis,
private secretary to- Gonzales Bravo,
and known as one -of-the -most unpopu
lar functionaries, of. th0; Ute. administra
tion, appeared - yesterday at the Home
office, whence, it seerhs, "he hoped to with
draw some papers highly compromising
Gonzales Bravo. . .His presence, col
lected a crowd at the door of the Palace
-de la Gobernacion, in the Puerta del Sol,
and on his again appearing he was fallen
upon by an excited mob, put of whose
hands. ;the public, force nd the - better
elass of citizens could "not rescue him
before he had. received several, danger
ous wounds. General Prim being in
formed of the outrage, stepped out of
one 'of the balconies? of the hotel, the
Fonda de'Paris.'jn the same locality,
and addressed the muljitude at consid
erable length, and in words which
seemed to work a beneficial impression.
tie was followed by feenor .iiivero,' a
Democratic leader, who assured the peo
ple that his party at a late meeting had
come to the determination to support the
new Government to the utmost of their
power. ' I am assured that, on the first
oubtreak ot the tumult, both Serrano and
Prim had determined to issue forthwith a
large posse of military, and enforce or
der at any cost. - The conflict has been
so far avoided. There was some' other
disturbances in . the Can-era de ' San
Geronimo, where the crowd assembled
before the Nuncio's residence, near the
Church de la Italianos. An attempt
was made ' to frighten that prelate by
loud cries of "Down with the P.ope
King!" but no greater excess was com
mitted than the burning of a copy of
the Concordat Hi fate which, it is to be
expected, wul soon befall the original
The scheme of a Directory or Triunv
viate, invested with supreme . powers,
and., governing through the organ of a
ministry, bad to be ' abandoned,' owing
to; the - invincible repugnance- of Don
baiustiano Ulozaga to accept the otnee
tendered him, and to the reluctance of
Prim and Serrano to appear before the
country with a third military or naval
colleague by their side. Instead of that
arrangement we have now only one body
of rulers, combiqing the sovereign with
the . ministerial functions, and , calling
tnemseives the ir'rovisionai (j-overnment.
The members appear as appointed by
Serrano but of his own authority he
took the ; Presidency upon himself and
gave the portfolios of War and Marine
to Prim and Topete. The Minister of
State,' or Foreign Minister, is Don
Juan. Alvarez de .- lxirenzana, a
'Unionist, -but a man of-true liberal
principles, no less of generally acknowl
edged capacity. He was one of the
chief contributors to the Viarxo Espanol.
He is a good writer, but no orator, and
labors besides, under the disadvantage
of very indifferent health. The Minister
de la Gobernacion, or of the Interior,
Senor Don Prafedes Mateo Sagasta, is,
or was till yesterday, the chief editor of
tne Iberia, one ot the mosr advanced
progresista organs. Both the paper and
the editor have suffered persecution at
the hands of O'Donnell, Navarez and
Gonzales Bravo a persecution to some
extent justified by the boundless intern
perance of their style. ' Sagasta hasbeen
a deputy-, and a very eloquent orator,
but his practical knowledge of affairs is
not very extensive. The 'Minister of
the Halcienda, or of Finance,' is Don
Laureano figuerda, a progressist and a
free trader, as is also his Under Secre
tary. ' It has, however, been established
in council, out of regard for the protec
tionist tendencies , of the ' Catalons,
which . it .is . now necessary :..to ; humor,
to adjourn every . measure or dis
cussion relating to commercial policy,
and to '. refer such - matters to the
Constituent Cortes, Don Antonio Ro
mero Ortis belonged by turns almost to
all parties. He has, however, done
good service to the State by directing
the works of the Cadasto, or register of
landed property. He is a lawyer and
an average speaker. The offices of
Minister of Fomento (Public Works
and Education) and that of Ultrama, or
Liqlonies, have been given the first to
Don Manuel Ruiz Zorrilla, a friend of
Prim, and the second to Don Adelardo
Lopez d'Ayala, a friend of Serrano.
L Ayala is a poet and a writer of high
renown. The proclamation ' of the
General at Cadiz, and Serrano's letter
to. Navalicbes previous to the engage
ment at the .Bridge of Alcolea, are well
Known to be JJ Ayala 8 productions.
! The American Government, through
its Minister, Mr; Hale, has formally rec
ognized ' the .' Spanish Revolutionary
The new Home Minister, Senor Don
Praxedes Mateo Sagasta, has addressed
a circular to all Juntas, recommending
order, respect, and support to the law.
Affairs in High Life—A Colored
Man Marries an Accomplished
; The Philadelphia Mercury says the
following details ot an affair that has
caused much sensation in "upper ten-
dom ot that, city, recently,- and which
has been carefully kept from the daily
papers, will snow the ttttects ot the teach
ings of the "social equality" party:
It is said that the "loyal" people who
live in the select portion of Broad street,
have a church .where they worship, and
all allusions to "miserable sinners," etc.,
have been carefully expunged from their
prayer books. It is believed that they
have a railroad .running direct from
Broad street to heaven! Be that as it
may, it is a pleasant place on a happy
autumn afternoon, and the elegant cot
tage of Mr. A , embowered in trees
and fillea with all the dainty bijouterie
which plenty of money and enlarged
taste could procure, presented
the , appearance , of ( a little
domestic Paradise. Mr. - .A
made Miss D , a certain Congress
man, and Mrs. S constant guests,
and soon became filled with their per
nicious doctrines. He was a widower,
with only one child,, a beautiful girl
named Cecilia. . His coachman , was a
huge negro, a runaway slave from Vir
ginia, and he determined to prove the
soundness of his "social equality" doc
trines. So he employed Mr. Guinotte to
teach the negro music and French, and
'Zip'' (the negro, Mr. A named
Scipio Africanus, but the stable boys
called him Zip Coon,) learned his music
rapidly, and Mr. A- j placed him'every
evening in his parlor, and used to place
his band on the shoulders of the huge
darkey, and say toliis admiring guests,
'ls Jiot this a man' and a brother?" It
soon began to be noticed that some' of
the, more thoughtful of the young ladies
who . visited , the , house grew ; shy, and
that mammas put their heads together in
out of the ;way places, aud that Cecilia
and ''Zip" loitered bythemselves late in
the evening under, the arbor. ,,y , .
" Something was wrong. , Curiosity'
was excited to the highest pitchy What
could be the matter in Mr. A 's hos
pitable, mansion? Mr. A closed
his shutters. Dr, B rr 's carriage roll
ed up to the door, and after much search
a" very Old and very deaf German . nurse
was procured.'" She was puzzled by ,.the
yellow complexion of the new comer,
and insisted upon having some saffron
water. . ' In' v'ain the attendant made mo-j
lions and shouted in her ear,1 Saffron I
water1, she said was always used in Ger-i
mariyfor a dark complexion. At length j
the Doctor pushed the distressed old
woman ; out of the room. This was
more than Mr'.'A had bargained for,
and hastily packing his trunks, left the
city, and two months ago he died . in
India. The poor old man is at rest.
It is curious that ' of all the friends
; who had drank Mr; A- 's wine, only
two the Congressman' Sitd' Miss D. i
remained to share the' shame of pretty
Cecilia. 'When questioned what should
be done, the Congressman said: "Marry,
by all means. Color is nothing. The
: Pyramids of Egypt were erected by
; men whose tawny color and brawny
arms would shame pale Americans."
Miss D. was called into the chamber,
and said : "Friends, unite your hands
3 you have your hearts. Nature
delights -. in : an - endless variety
of forms -and - colors. ' My roan
horse i is just as pretty to ' the
eye, which has been turned to the end
.less harmonies of creation, as a white
An Episcopal Minister called in; two
; bridesmaids, with orange flowers in their
hair, "stood up." ; "Zip" was dressed in
a blue coat, with metal buttonsand the
two were made one flesh. , Since the af-
A a t r . A . S
iair, me iront ot the bouse '"remains
1 closed; moss and lichens cover the win
dows and the door steps, but the curious
: traveler who peeps through the lattice
gate, at any time may see Cecilia watch
; ing her child at play upon the grass, and
: the huge negro father and husband lying
at full length asleep in the . sun. , :What
the mother thinks of her present condi
j tion, ortot the herafter, is unknown to
-'Z .ii. '-" - 1
"Five Murders in One New England
- Such is the caption which the Neto
i York Evening Post (Rad.) places ovei
: an article copied from a Radical cof em-
porary, tne iSprinsrfteld (Mass.) Republi
can. :"Five murders in one New Eng
land, county!" What a commentary is
this upon the Radical howl against the
south tor the violence allesvd to be pre
valent there! . Says the Republican, n
remarking upon these murders in' Radi
1 1. - -,-r -.-r , .......
cai, religious JNew jNngiand: "At the ses-
sion of the criminal J court which' opens
at Portsmouth thja week, no less' than
tour - persons are : to b tried" for
murder, and . another . for -an attemDt
to kill, all the others being' the work of
tue last six months Une of these mur
derers killed two persons, so that the
whole number of lives destroyed is five;
one was a mother killed by her son, and
two others were an aged couple whose
murderer had been their trusted servant.
The , entire population of Rockingham
county is ', but. about, fifty thousand."
Would it not . be well for Radical NeW
England to pi nek the beam from its own
eye before troubling itself about the
mote in that of its Southern neighbor,
and before attempting to force its "civil
ization" upon people elsewhere? '
A Canoe Voyage.
A notable feat has been performed bv
a member of the British Canoe Club.
On Thursday, the 24th of September,
the owner of the canoe' Midge crossed
the. Irish Channel from Donaghadee to
jroripatricK in bis little craft. The pas
sage, owing .to unfavorable wind and
cross tides, occupied seven hours," during
n. Ut t. At. - A , T ,
w uuu . tun cauueist, aitnougu proviaea
with a regular canoe cuisine and materi
als, in addition to Ins luggage, was una.
ble to take other ' refieshmeuts than
cold bread and cold meat, with brandy
and water. On arriving at Portpatrick,
the Scotch people at first refused to be
lieve that "the man sitting on the water"
had really come from Ireland; but when
convinced of the fact, they7 heartily
joined in the cheers with which the pas:
sengers and sailors of the Donaghadee
and Portpatrick steam packet welcomed
the solitary adventurer. The Midge
weighs but oo pounds.
, HON. MILTON SAYLOR AND HON.
i xtOBffiKT IS. CHAMBERS :
, Will address the people as follows :
At COLUMBUS. Saturday. Oot, 31st.
HON. A. G. THURMAN", GEN. DTJRBIN
1 ; WARD AND HON. D.J. CALLEN
Will apeak at ' - 1 '
. CLEVELAND, Saturday. October 31st.
HON, P. VAN TRUMP, HON. FRANK
a. xlUiiU AJND JUUJN.T. J. GODFREY
' Will speak at
MARIETTA, Saturday. October 31st.
: GEN. GEORGE W. MORGAN AND HON
CHILTON A. WHITE, -.
Will speak at 1 'J
'. WARHEN, Satnrdsy, October 31st.
GEN. GEORGE W. McCOOK
Will speak at -
TOLEDO, with Hon. R. P. Ranney and Hon. W.D.
Hill, Saturday, October 31st. , .
HON. HUGH J. JEWEir, HON. L. R.
' CBITCHFIELD, COL." JOHN M.CON-
NELL AND HON. ROBERT BRIGGS
Will speak at - : - I r -;.
CIMCINN ATI. Satnrdsy, Oct. 31st.
HON. HENRY CLAY DEAN
1 Will speak at
CIRCLEYILLE, October 31st.' .
W. WEBB, E. F. BINGHAM,
SHKRIFF'S OFFICE,' ' (
Colombus. O. Oot. 16, 1888.
I.GEORGE H. KARHART. Sheriff of Franklin
County, State of Ohio, do hereby notify the quali
fied Electors of the County of Franklin and State of
Ohio, to assemble in their respective Townships and
Wards, at the usual places of holding elections, on
Tueaday (BlBg the M r of No-
- ;;. , Tetnber), A. 868, -.t -,; ,
And then and there proceed, as the law direofs. t
elect Twenty-one Eleotors of President and Vic
President ot the United States, in pursuance of th
Constitution of the United states and of tbi
In testimony whereof. I bsve 1 hereunto set my
' I hand and seal, this. Fifteenth day of Oc
j,. ' . tober.iatbeyearof par Lord one thousand
tSBAL. eight hundred and sixty-eight, and in the
l i ; Ninety-third yesr of the Independence ot
. the United Stales of America. .
,: j t 1 . " GEORGE H. KARHART."'
, i Sheriff of Franklin County, O.
The confirmed d v.nent.in m.v nlmAel ,:fi. a.
Peter. "1 die dailr." The nh.net -nr rh; i-ti. ;.'
not to remind; hiaof,, jj bis peBgs.but to show
him bow tnbanish them I I forever- Ihe ineanr
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
" .. ..'t I.1i -. i-t-f I Vllf.t
GERMAN - , BITTERS!
Anrl 5f fi-aitni tn siss r a.ti.VM (."LtTt i.L l?l
- " ' nutmuvi ii o win CUULIUUV
fa eudura Uvm? deatb.or to pmt hunaelf 4a ni
sitioa to reader lire eujoyable.
ll Z '.OW
fchaaAffi4SBjV,nf til lei tIS!.sntllakSeV.wA.Vl -J,
-b'c are to be found in every eitj and town ia the
nirrVfl HtJAtfAW-rtMlr.h y mn avnsi aaman '
. rw j "iva. wu-s nuauvu, JVJOVTUVU
rrom torture by its f use, and egr to b-r
Lfmiimnn tn ita wir maV ns T A : T e
any other Bitters ia 6risteaoe, ia this special par-
vuiar , is uoi svcuuuiio. ,
R"fF ftncri AOTtjti t sir Inn St st rwl .aBBB.nlaB 'u. .it -L. a
: , ' ".'ovouiroj' C4UI1Q 1UC
tneir lavitoratiOQ a dttf ustTd auma'aota : : r; . .
Has been provided a preparation in whicli the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution bv a Anirittmn.
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Salient, in cnoosing between th ise two creat anti
otes, stao'ild be guide by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic shoald be
ois seiec 100; nut in cases where tne emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reqiired.
thousands find iofin- its benefit him tak
ing each in turn. J There is no phase of
tuuiKmbiun. uiitvuBDeoa, nervous aisease or puysi
oal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
iu wuiuu,aiutj w euiuumw, taey win not enect
cure, r. ... . . ;-. .t . -:.-.; . . i
Exchange Fain for! Ease
And Weakness for Str-na-th. - Get riil rS th ;i
ments wi-ich interfere with eniorment? n.at ,innm
and despondency to the wins; take a stronger hold
ui uio-uuu iu euuTb, oecdmo a ,
- '-( ' NEW" 'MAN;;
ThroGsTi tbeiaBtratnentalitT of th mast rbnwrfut
and popular of all vegetable iaTigoraata aod coi-
rtSCKlTVsS - f T . '- :T -.t.5 -.-'-j,-. . .1.'
HOOFLASD'S . GERMAN-BITTERSi
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Dnhilit. anJ
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper aotion in tne liver; tbeistomach and the
uoweis. areeraoicatea oy a course ot thu great p
; CONSTITUTIONAL: SPECIFIC,,
Whicli QOtiMilT4Som'bat3and oononera diMftRA-thavi
bare entrenched thetcselves in the B.vstetn, but
in ina orsi unnwu Biiesraara Ha;in3(, ail nnneaitny
influeoces. PerAons whose occaD&tions snti nnu
suits suoject them to the depresins: effects of a
dose, unwholesome ataioflphere, should take H re?-
uiarijr as a protection against tae lor fevers and
otber d if orders wnica malaria engenders. Inva
Lids who are . . - i...
' "-' ' VsbAT af. aKssBssa as 4. - SB as at sabt' ' '-ttl
HAannii aiiai, . .
Without any special eonraint, exoeof a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous enerirv.
will find in the Blf- C TKR3 a fountain r.f
vitality and vigor, as r . refreeaing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to. the sand-jcorcoed
ana tainting travelers.
.'.I HOOFIsAND'S "
Is composed of thepure iuices (or. as they are me
dicinally termed, extracts), of Rwti, Herbs snd
Barks, making a preparation highly, concentrated
ana entirely tree train Alcoholic admixture 01 any
.,. - ' i.' :i il Ufilonroi'l
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, etc, making one of the most pleasant-and
agreeable remedies ever offered to thejpublie
These remedies will effectuallv cure Liver (Tnm-
plaint, Jaundioe, Oys- I . pep.iv- Chronic .or
Nervous Debility, ia Chronic Disosses' of
the ividneys. ana all diseases aris na from a disor
dered Liver or stomach, , , . ,
-'. 1 ' Boch ' ' ' ' ' - -' '
: . .. e...t, as JJonsti- :
" pation. Inward
-.. ..-.-: i " P -las. Fallnesi of ' -(" vvi: n
. Blood to the Hoad,
' "Aoidity nf the Stomach. " ' J
1 ; Nao.ea. Heartburn. Disgust 1 j
for Food, Fullness or Weightin the'
. . Stnmaob, Soar Eructations, Sinkinr ' ''
or Flutteiing at the pit of the Stomach. ,
ftwimmiric of the Head. Hurtled and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Limness ui vision, 1101s nr weos oeiore tne,
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head..
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the I 1
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., .
". : Sudden Flushes of Heat, :'.' "'
j, Burning in the Flesh, .;
. - ;..! ingsof Evil, and ) ri
: ,- . Great Depres-J ., :. ,-, ,
'- sinn of ' '
' 1 ' . . Spirits. ' ' .
They are the Greatest and Bestl
BLOOD PURIFIERS '
ever unnwn. una win care an aiseases resulting
i rn in Ka1 Ule-wwl . . W a on rtnr HI iwui rare rat sfaan
your Liver in order. ja Keep your disestive
'.mono ;n m en.aJ tf.- staata U . la W j : V
"'Raw sis sb buubUi er m ucrtl lllj DUUU1UUU, OJ
the use of these remedies, and no- disease will vr
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of A1AHA8MU8
withoatfa I . .. -
Thousands cf certificates bave accumulated in
the baa ts of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. - Those, ii will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
luoy must do oaiievea. -
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OP rENSYCTAXIA. -:
' ' SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
W ho would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes-
, . timony I
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writas :
PHIT.AOBl.riTI A. Marnh 18. lftrfr
1 find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, useful in diseases . j of the digestive or
gahs, and of great ben- Iv eat in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous aotion in tbe system.
Yours truly. , - GEO. W. WOODWARD. -
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
. J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
I'llt' .T.WHTT. .nnlOB lCfill
I consider "Hoofland's German iSitters" a' valua
ble medicine in e.aea of attacks .of- Inn-iffe.tinn nr
b'spepiia. I can ce tity this from my experience
OI It. a A ours, wilu rvpyeuL.
f James Thompson.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: .
- ' ': Philadelphia. Sept. 14,187.
."Hoofland's German Bitters' is a very nseful ar
ticle as a tonic aud as an appetiser. It i. not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeit.
See that tbe signature r ot C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of J . each bottie. All nth.
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory al tne German
Medicine Store. i0. 631 ARCH STKKKT Phila
delphia, Fa. . ..
' ' r-r:." :' ui ':
CHARLES Jil. EYANS, Proprietor.
'Formerly C M. JACKSON A CO. '' l!'
!!.'. - '
Hoofland's Gorman Bitters, per bottle. .''... . : . t)0
Hoofland's German Bitters, naif doien. ....... 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put np in qt. bottles 1 SO
per notrie, or a pan aozen ior aT so. - -Do
not forget to examine well the article you buy
n order to get the genuine.
. , I : l . - -.. j . : '!, . .1 i.
:i ' : - ... I :i:j.' nl j 9
FOB BALE 'BT ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicines everywhere. " ' i
ie .no - . MEDIOA6."wta-
-. iT' a- "r
For Dyspepsia; Feer and Aguey Aci
dity of the' Stomach; Loss' of. Appetite,
.n Nausea, Heart-burn, vjaundictv- and 'all
diseases arising from , a, disordered', stati
of the Stomach,' Liver or Intestine.- 'j .r
-Prepared by.'SswAitn' 'uti;, BbntiW,
- Dyuggists,: Buffalo; Ni Y;'i:Solr by 11
tomfrto., .S3lf?!Ra.Hl'jOIA- - .
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Can- be given with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunkenness,-its
Consequences and. Cure." free- on-as,
plication." Price of Specific per bottle,' 1 SO." cr
three bottles for.4 oo.-i.;u ! j (. biia Ui 'vf
no Aug. J. teoinieller,
Sola Proprietor and Manufacturer, tlolumbas, O
SOLD BY.AiiL DRU GGISTS.' " "
seplT-drAsAwly - -
..I ' - . .( ! j JJ" '
vta philosoPht w marrisgk Wi9
Cocbsb.of Lsctuhss. aa delivered-at the tte
York Musenm of Anatomy, embracing the-sub
jects: How to live and what- to live In-ji YotiBBB
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed : The eause of indigestion, fiatnleooe and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marxaaga, pitStosBWh
ically considered, Ac. ..
Pocket volumes containing; ttteae lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, bv adoVeMiDgiKKCRSTAKV.-Waial
Yobk MrjsBux or A NAtaMA!D, Science. 18
Broadwav Nfw TiSrk. "- ""vW-febS8-dl4
INSURANCE .1M "T
i ; ia-sii itt.-itfV sts 7uior.
Auditor- of State's Certificate
AS TO THE BU3IKES8 AND APFAlBS OF'TOKjieS
FOR THB YEAR EXDIITG. IECEltBER"9tfl
i-t.i.'w. i-Ktt r.ir ; .-. giiij no vjja-il A.
Capital fully paid up . . .. , . . v T. SoOO.OOO PO,
Amount of available assets.' ),tfl4,,a90 31
i j..- ,i f ,j m i., i-m .viouija 0fO
CEItTIFICATC :FUU CBLtCAIOIfj
, J l ! ''ATJDtl'OR OF STATE'S OFFICE,?
lj 'm --. DepAtmbmt op Imscbaxcb,. i,,.!
. n ,. . Columbus. O-. February 15, 18.1 '
"it hbcrebycertifled.Tbatthe Continental Firer
' Ianurarce Com nary, located at N,w York,vr4bai
State of New York, has complied, in all respects,
! with the laws of this State relating te such IneurS
; anee Companies for the curient year, and has filed,
: in his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
; Officers, showln? its ooadition and Ki"""rt thT
, date of suoh statement, as follows . , rt..y
Amoant of actual paid-up CapittL ..,. 1500,000 on "
Aggregate amount of available assets. . ..1,1)14,590 31 J
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities,, .(inc..-. . .
j Re-insuranoe... 881,942 If1
Amount of income for. the pre eding year 01,6S lttj
1 Amount of expenditures for the preoed-
ing year..... ......... . v SV,t43tli
In witness whereof. I have hereunto sobseriHtd
mi name, anil cauFed the Seal of my
seal. Office to be affixed, the day and year above'
;:;riiun. -. -.. , ...;.',(,
JAS. H. GO DM AN, A uditor o( SUfe.
3yjAS. WrLi.iSM9, Chief-Clerk. - -"A ...oy
- Geo. F. O'Harra & lo.,Jgenfs,!Jl
; 1 ". Naughtoii BLOuij,' -,,:"'' ""'
iu j- Columbuii; ,!':'
1 1i 5.'.-' -S .!' , ':'( ' i;ij:i ::.ln titTO
..T-:n i Is-v.n la
hi-.V " TTTT 3 U i : ;i liv-O
-V-- ri: 'if i 1 1:9liJ
AS TO TUB BUSINESS ANi AFFAIRS OP THE
PACIFIC INSURANCE COiyiP'T.,
. Of SAN FRANCISCO, CAI.'.
:".! -'.- ! i . - v .:.:! It.lial
CEBTiriCATH FOK PCBLICATION.)
' AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFTCr?.) r'w
i. TO ;c .- ,, DEPAKTUEKT OP iNSrBAKCE. ?
i t . - Columbus, Sept. 19th. 1h8.) .
' It Is hereby certified, Tbat the Pscifia Insurance 1
Company, located at ran Francisco, in the State of ;
California has complied, in all respects, with tbe .
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com- '
panics, for tbe current year, and has filed-. n- tuia -office
a sworn statement, by tbe proper' officers.'
showier its condition and business at the Sate of ,;1
. such statement, as follows, gold currency : . r. :
Amount, of actual paid up Capital.. ..Bl.ooo.Ooo 00'
Aggregate amount of available assets. 1.W,8I8 asvs
Aegregate amount of Liabilities...'-.! , .Ha.Slp 88
Amount of income for the pret eding ''
year ....--.............. '70B.00J Te-J
Amount of expenditures for the pre- - , ,
i ceding year ...i.,....;.t-..i-'',?S,f8516 I
' j In witness whereof, I have' beriiiDtb snbscribediO
1 my name, and caused tho Seal. of my Offiee
. Iseal. 'to be affixed, the' day and year above
i n. nil! written..- ; i,. ..u.jir
, ! , ' JAS. WILLIAMS,' 4
: ,??-. Chief Clerk: lor Aadrtrf State,'i:
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co.yAgeDts,
(Mcohtok Block);' ' ' - - "' '" ' ' ;-l
' ! '-' '- ' ' v : ColambasiO.''11
, :'.. -'..'..: --:,' . ---il tu-ii'T acj T'T
T-: . ' ;' -" ' " " '-! :-i i-j?,?rza
-' ... - - - i --il; t:sa
'; -" ' . .' -. - -''! -: ; -i ' )! tn
AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAB8 OP THE e,- jt
NOsrH; BRiThn &: mercantile!
ISIJRAIVCE COMPANY, jM-.
1 Of London . a ri d Ed I : nb u rgh a
' ,lN8UBANCE DEPABTMENT. 'T
' Columbus, O.. Sept. 18, 18G8.)
It is hereby certified. That the North British ta
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of London and il
. bdinburgh, bss eomi lied in all rrspiots with tbe
laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com-"!
panies of foreigbn .Gevernments, for the onrrent ,
..year, including tne depesit of One Hundred Thou- 1
' sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders r-.W
", siding in the State ot Ooio, and that the swoin.
statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart- "
inent shows its condition and business at tbe dstS) . -r
of such statement (Deo. 31, 18C7) as follows :
Amonntof actual paid up copilal dKSO.ortj'
'Aggregate amount of available assets 13603,03 SS
Agnregate amount of liabilities, -. 1,713,210, j
Amount of income for the preceding ' '.
year..... .'..... 3,600,214 1
Amount of expenditures for the preced- - - .'!-
ing year J,WT,96 34 J.,
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
mv name and caused the Seal of my dice
SEAL. tn be affixed the day and year above
. written. ;.;....! , . , ... ;
-' i r . JAS. H. G'JDMAN. Aulitorof State.
l By JAS. Williajis, hief Cle k;
Geo:; F. O'Harra & CoJjfiits
Naughton Block)'." ' '. ' . i-t-,,
ontlrHtaw3w-tbs-r': ' 1 " iJUio j eloll
, : I u m- .o FURNITURES ,
UJ, . ii in un;j.-a,3rf'i 9rf 1
BICHABa. BALM. ? r.TrtB ATtUS'BV A kat,0Bvsu. I
, C.P. fr. BUTLIB.
lALTTr. 'tUlLLiOWS AtiBCTtER,
Koi, 216&8L8SonLi. HlgaiSt?-i(1 o) j"los
"3 I :" ,," V 'cotlJinBlJK. OHIO, ,,
. ) .t jSaws sawes, - lh!omtfi i--t tX".i 1
1 Tbeir business transaCTibtlSTOOth Wholesale and
'Pennsylvania and Indiana, rhey manulacture. .
mmL BEDROOM, OININGfiflOM, .HALL; AND sr
JiT ii"'-! K1TCHEM'- FURNHbRE' .-ail l-
of all olasses and- every design f snparloB wort fcnt
' msnship and finish. Also. Cane-Seat Chairs jot , . T
averr description. Wholesale ano Biatail. a us j i. :i
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