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COLUMBUS, OHIO, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1868.
-NUMBER 53.
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month or loocort m aiaoount oi on-half froiu 1U.
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tK fin (Aojf art o. dared. . . . , T .
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ARCHITECT.
Re
r. BHOOKU,
ArrKitoc. Oivil bncineer, te.
Office fyver the-National Exchange Bank
'ATTORNEYS.
BRABEe&FIAMH, "
v ATT0KNK18 AT LkW
: Offioe, o., teouth High street, Ambos Build
. In. , , . . . . .
, G. BULL,
ATIUBMb V-AT-LAW i: MAYOR,
'' Maycf ?Office.
XT WW AMD T.DeLANi,
ATTORNfil'-AT-LAW & Notary Public.
Office in Fars in's Bnildinjr.
kIitiuons: wovuKiirr, s
..W . ATTURAE VS-AT LAW.
Oflice 09 oath Uign street. Am bos Building.
. AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
T i. BEAli.
' (J Auctioneer and De
aler in Keal Estate House
hold Uootla. CloLhina and Motions.
s . - x ' Ho. 1 West Broad street.
BATH ROOMS.
Harbtsr a.nd Hair ire8Mr. ' Hot &nd Cola
.
Jtottift. iiuemeut roscomce i udia.
BOOK BINDERS.
O Book Binders Blank Book Manufacturers.
" rnnters ana ruousners.
" Opera UniHtng.
' , . .; , BOOTS & SHOES. .
W1ImL.IA1T1 & CO.,
li 144 Souta fiigh street. J at received, aa
ltgant assortinent.
Ae styles, low prices.
seall
XJ
is tha noted boase for rood Boots and Shoes
View prices. Kew fctocsjusireoet yea-
... 310 South High street.
COAL DEALERS.
IHHllOI1 k CO , -
AV Dealers in Pituburgh and Ohio Coal.,
lso.
. Coke, Drain Alio and atone Bower ripe.
' . No. -261 oith Hiehstreet.
COMAHfcjSlON MERCHANTS.
XX. Cvmmiraion. t or warding and Produce iler
enants, dealers iu urain, Flour,
.0., 37 W. croaa
street.
CORSETS.
D- M. MAfJM toHM liU.)
Manulacturers and Dealers in Frenoh, Ger
suau ana American isoraels. Also, Hooti .-- kirts.
191 ip-ra H..u.-e.
CROCKERY, &c.
. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China,
T4ueeawMeUlas(,PuttolGuods,Lamiand Lamp
Fixtures. . 44 Nor. a Uigu streeu
t- Sr A' ,
v Importer aud Wboleiale and Retail Dea e
in Crockery, Cnina, GlaM. Catleo, riai.eii Uouaa
Coal Oil letups, io.
: 359 South High street.
DENTISTRY.
. AHttfcU at KAIMlAUIvK,
V Ao. Ill ast Broad street.
We aim to be the .
f T UtJNN, DENTIST. Toe beot styiet
VJle ot uentistry, lnuiuaiug uana i improve
Itinera! Plata., uthoe. 10ud 11 Op.ra Block.
DRY GOODS.
. tBtULl ak CO.,
, J Dealers in Dry Guods. Notions,
Carpets, Oi
' Cloths, Mattings, shades. Hats,
" corner Higa aud r rieuu streets.
(Japs and r urs
, 1 D. USUdUN 4; O ,
1 142 South High street.
Carpets Mattings, Oil Clotus.Curtains, Sot leana
t anoy liij Goods.
a a 'A' a W. a&. s'
XI W holesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
F ancy 111 I Goods, and -juauul'acturers of ladies'
. moans. izaa. mgo s-reet,
t.osjssvm t. itu tioous srottK,
A? ' F. Krum A Co , cash dealers in Dry Goods and
Jotl na, laB couth tourtn street. - -
1 A kia-N KaIIuh 01.
' t) Wholesale and Retail Dialer in Dry Goods,
. Naoghton Building, No.. 118 and 11 South Uigb
street. - '
a- a OA At A tubin .
IV Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
i Ueots I urnisbing Goods. JMo. Neil House.
ilAaAsaaaA, bnak sc lu., .
J Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
. 39 aouth riigh street-
M (I. Ui.AUIil.1 a. CO..
" a. a Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
M bto, etc. iw Mtt bouu nigB street.
DRUGGISTS.
1 tj.S-OA' ajMCU S IOAtli.
XJ JOHN 8. BOUKRTS,
LABglist and Apouieoary.
354 North High street.
AttrLtS& UMSO.I, '
WHOLESALE A KE1A1L DKUGU1S1S.
loo South High at., Coiuuibus.O.
DUAIiN. KHI 1IH. Ac CO..
A Wholesale and Ue.ail Druggists, andDealert
u A-ivpnetary Atedusuuis.
r 84 North High street.
H-NGRAVERS.
YalCsAfcsl 4V. JMOOH,
, Xl Designers, bngravers and Publishers. Nota
' rial ana omer seals eugraved to order.
t ' Nob. 107 and lu9 south High street.
FURNITURE, &c.
- -iOS.il in MIJ CAMiniAj'a? CO..
-. l Manulaeturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in -f urniture. Uuiura, mattriUfies, etc.
No. Mil Sooth Uigu SK'Cupera House).
. . , a.a a'SlaAlkS'1'LlH.c. CO..
e J Manulacturers ol first class Furniture,
Whole
.sale and
Ketail VV arerooms, 6, 7 and s Gwynue
iioek.
HOUSE FURNISHING.
1 , tt. AtkiTl-htltOtla A tJO.t
J2aw - Dealer. in Mantle. Stoves and House Fur
- niaoing uouas. Alio, liu.Uopper aud sneetiro,
t jn axe. ... .. 7 fegsi jowu -rtreei',
' A KEIS4SriIAltT.
: XA- House Furnishing Go ds. Mantles. Grates,
s Copper, lin and sueet Iron, stoves and Manuea
, - aw. soutn Huh rtreet.
. sTOM.l'AIIOKAMIIfr.
Daaiers ia Hardware. oooMa'urni.Viin. (lnr
Marble and Slate ManUes. Urates, sa, ves. Hot
jr urnaces, o. i,orut Align street.
HOOP. SKIRTS..
"JC. ' llanutacturer and Wholefale Dealer in
--Skirei and Corsets . Also, dealer is Berlin Zepher
And tanojrusaxrsi iwnwiwiaiiwuiwwj ..
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HOWE SEWING ! MACHINE..
s.
AXTELLh
V
Dealer in MuMioal
Merchandise, Bool s. Sta
tioner and Fancy (roods generally, rlpeoial Agent
f. r tne celebrated tliaa Howe uom Menai Mewing
Machiue.
No. 6 IS. th Hirn street.
HATS & CAPS.1
Hli. 11. 1TI. L.ACF,
VI (ISneceHeor to K. t,of,) Dealer in Hats, Caps,
r'ur? and ttraw Goods il Ckioth Hign street.
(Sisn Unldeu Hut.) ;
HOTELS.
4TIO.l. HOTli,
A, . UPPOS
Opposite Depot.
1A v I uss'f N.. proprietor.."
13.
nit'tO SiS Art-.S HOIEI,,, ..
Corner High and Ton streets.
.. K. J. BJLOUN IV Proprietor. :
ZTI'LEH14IUF
Corner Kourtb Friend its. Commodious
house and extensi e stables.
L. A. bOWEKS. fro rietor.
lt:iCH411l HOTEL, . 1 I
M 1140 south High street. Good stabling attaoh-
d4e premises - - .... , " "
. ,- . w r. ma iinati, l-ropnetw.
INSURANCE.
c
surano. toippany. Assets. S16,1 00 000.
W.YI. JAMISON. AeoU;o)aba. O.
NEWKIKK !IU.TEBfcKGfcK,
EN S.RAL. AGENTS SeouritT Life Insurance
Company, ... No. o Opera House.
Home i!srjKANjK . com pan if of
Columbus. O. apitai and Assets, 466,614.S7.
W. U. M. BAhbK, teo'y. . . . ..
- umefl, nn.vst upera rjouse '
MILLINERY GOODS.
c.
U MlllilIlMiS, -
Wholesale and Retail M Olinery Goods. '
111 t. Hieh street. Opera House tllock. .
IIHA. VOWiI.ti,
II f.l tw. M;li:MA. fl..Am mnA Trim.
mings. No- 67 North High street.
J .H. WILKIE,
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings iid Fancy Goods. - 130 Mouth H h street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SGHA MAtlS-KM k OHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
, . . No. 68 North High street.
C W. N1SWANDEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. . Also axent for the Dia mond Shirts.
131 South Hi'h street.
THE OHIO ITI UK CI I INTTtlLOKING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Brady-made Clothing al
ways on hand. - .
JOHN r. KlCKEBaCHKB,
Merchant Tai'or and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods. -
. No. 61 North Hiah street.
JO KM MIWTEB,
MKRCHANT TAILOR. 120 South Hieh st.
Choice stock of Clothing constant on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
A 1
il News Dealers, ' Booksellers and Stationers.
no. 65 hnuth High street, nex door to fostolhre.
News Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind
r. Publications in both German and Kne ish.
331 Sootii.Htth stre -t.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDKEWS, PEUUIfcCOi
Manulacturers and Dealers in Writins, Print
ing and- W rappiua Papers, S3 k 95 North High eu
N
VI.1!IMEIW.
Dealers in Prinlinf. Boo- Writine and Fine
Papers SO-. 38 40 Nor h tligh street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
PH0T0GRAPHB.R8.
' ' ' .. 81 sou h High street.
J.
.71 tLLIOri,
PHOTOOKAPHKK. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every styie and sise.
D: J,ABCHEK,
.' Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gemn, etc.. etc..
..... -. No. B3 South High street.
PHYSICIAN.
IH. DUVVMS SOL. !.,
No. 3 ODert House. Treatu Diseases of tha
te, Kar. Heart, Ttiruat an I Luuga. Al.-o, Diseases
ot SVotuea and I'hiMien. t
.. PIANOS.
JF. uluKIt At CO.,
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lierhte &
Co. 'sand Hatne-at Bu.'s Pia-iOs. Also. Organs,
jlelodeons and other musical inbtrumeiits.
36 North High itreet.
J.
c. woviis, v
Aueut for Chicsering's an Emraerson's Pi
Also, Organs; Melodeons and Sheet 'u.-ic.
31 South High street.
RESTAURANT.
IJANK. 1X1 HAMJI-. , BPSI'ACHANT,
Corner S la e and hishttieeti. -
. CH iRLbi A. 4 Alt, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
Dl A SfcWINIi lTIACItlNKS,
CA. The best in the world. Nor. 1 and 3 Opera
House. . W. PIMMKL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Is l. llllli,K V' CO
LV. Dealers in Fine Waiches.
Clocks. Jewelry.
Platedware,
Spectacles, Ac,
No. 11 act Town
street. -
C1AX48& HABKINfiTOH,
1 (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. 3 Neil Houre.
FA. A L .E (ICt-.KlvIiX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrr. Nc. 71 South High street
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
nincaorr ukos. a uo., -
XJ W holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gw.rnne Block. Town street.
K Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in B ots
....... . . n. ..' m , -...
and Shoes. - No. 3 Gwynne Block, lown St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS HEBEBT GIVEN TO
all whom" it ma concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland. au Independent Banking Cumpany,
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Bauking iompany at tne city oi uievetana.
Ohio.nnder an set of the Geueral Assembly of the
said State of ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
.he state bank ol Ohio and otuer Banmog com
mmies." DAased ebrnarv 34tn. lsao. beinc desirons
ut rennquisning and Closing its Banaing ousiDess,
to tl Aland has in Pttrsu-nce of the statutes of the
Raid .-.tata of uhio in such case made, naid and re
deemed more than ninety percent, of the maximum
anmnnLot its circulating notes, ana aenvered tne
same to the t reasurer ot State of the said State jf
Ohio to be destroyed, and nave provided means and
glVeil HCIUIt W IU, MUHWMUU V, MUD
Secretary and Audit r of Siate of said State of
llhir f n- tha redemption of its outstanding notes of
..filiation at the office of the National City Bank
of A leveiand, at the raid eity of Cleveland, where
said Ciiy Bank is located
Done by order of the Board of Direotors of the
Citv Bankot i;ieveiana, juiy wiu. i-,
LEMUEL W 1CK. President
jU-dltawom -.
NOTICE.
" ' BANK OF COMMERCE, I
CLIVELAND, Ma; 32, 1668.)
ATOTinp.l(lfF.RElGIVEN ro i'llE
IN holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that a.ter the expi'atioo of six months from this
date, application will be-n sde to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Buk the st- cks deposited to secure tbe outstanding
circulation ol said Bank ia oursaance of tbe forti-
brs; (41) seotiun ot the aot to authorize Free Bank
ing, passed juaron aist. issi.
JOSEPH PERKINS. President
H. K. UUBIBDT. Cashier. may35 d6ul
Air
Hoop
The Sisters of t. Marj'ji,
dw a am r. nrHinus. it r-cr.M l.v ..w
V ) Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the rectptionof pupils on
the first Monday iu S. ptember, lata. For Board and
Tuition. ?o. w. voy aua vou, acuuruiug to mo de
partment ot the pipii. BA.ttUJl,Sup'(.
Address Box S61. aut3-dtf
FOB HALE.
rwvra PROPKRTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
1 Kudolph Rickly. on tbe National road, east
Blind Asylum BuuaiBuuB ui uuuio urica nouae,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and one
or, and.P JACOB IMS.
octT-eodlm " - 169 isast Friend street.
talesman.
FROM MARSEILLES.
FROM MARSEILLES. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman. ]
MARSEILLES, Oct. 15, 1838.
The priests in Spain have played such
an important part under Queen Isabella's
reign, that it is interesting at the present
period to compare, their. expective sit
uation with that in other Catholic coun
tries. In Italy, Tor instance, up to very
recent times. Church and State had al
ways gone hand iu hand. The various
governments which had come into power
after the French -occupation, had found
it to their interest to tnake'eommon cause
with the Papacy. Their policy was
limited to a boundless submission to the
Holy See, and their efforts were turned
to efface all traces of those changes
which had been introduced during the
revolutionary period. From 1811 to
1859 reaction set in in all its unmitiga
ted ferocity. The Kings of Naples, and
for a long time of Sardinia, were more
Papist than the Pope; and the conse
quence of their abject subserviency to
Pitpal interests was -a. rancor to the peo
ple against the' priests," of which " we
have not as yet witnessed the final out-
urst. After Pius IJi. apostacy in 1S49,
war to the knife began in Italy be
tween the laity and clergy, which can
only end in" the titter separation of
Church and btate. .but it is otherwise
Spain, where, on . the first in
stalment of a Constitutional Gov
ernment, measures had to be' taken
for the limitation of priestly ascendan
cy, measures against which the 1 ope
egan by protesting, but -in. - wnica. ne
tided by" acquiescing. Mendizabal
abolished the convents, confiscated their
property and while acknowledging Ro
man Catholicism as the religion of the
State, to a great extent screened the
civil power from the encroachments of
the ecclesiastical authority. .But be
was not long at the head of affairs and
constitutional liberties were soon trod-
en under foot by military dictators;
Queen Isabella, in her infatuation, would
stop at nothing 6hort of the utter en
slavement of her subjects' consciences.
The monastic orders came back one by
one; the closest intimacy with the Pope
was established and, with the exception
of the Inquisition, Spain was plunged
back, . in all matters connected
with religion, with education,
with social order, into the darkest night
of the middle ages. It is questionable,
however, whether the Queeu's excesses
in that direction created as much ill-will
among the great mass of the Spanish
people as some of her other failings. In
the eyes of. her people her reputation of
muy Catolica (very Catholic) constituted
as great a claim to popularity as her
character as 7iMy bispanola (very bpan
ish). All the traditions and associations
of the Spanih. nation invariably tended
to Foster among them their bigoted pride
of orthodoxy. The Spaniard's creed
may be destroyed, but not changed. It
is a perfect mystery to me how conscien
tious foreign Roman Catholics can visit
those Southern countries and still own
any connection with the groveling su
perstition which there goes by filename
of religion. 1 hose who look in at tb
Sanctuary ot Atorha, or who visit the
Chapel of the Virgin at Toledo, must b
at a loss to una even the fVuntest trace o
Christianity among the paraphernalia of
the worse than Iragan idolatry winch
everywhere meets their eyes. Such
as it is, however, that is the
Spaniard's religion, the beginning and
end ot all his creed and worship. Ke
move that mere scaffolding which priest
ly cunning has reared and the edifice is
nowhere. JNothing is easier than to turn
a Spaniard into a thorough infidel; but
to stop him at some bait-way ot ration
beht-f is an utter impossibility unless
the cure Droceeds from the very sources
from which the evil has sprung. What
the priest has done, the priest alone can
undo. Should anything like a good un
derstanding grow up between the eman
cipated laity and the clergy now de
prived ot the sovereign s fnpport.it is
not impossible that the sounder part of
the priesthood might aspire to place their
religion on a different footing a footing
less at variance with the ideas ot modern
progress." Were the Temporal Power to
come to an end, and tbe Church to be
driven to her own resources, it is not
impossible that both in Italy and in
Spain reform of the most shocking
abuses might arise from the Church
herself, and for her own sake. Without
the guidance of his priest, for good or
for evil, the ttoman Catholic in bpain
will attempt nothing. It is well to
guard against illusions. Society in the
countries of Southern Europe cannot
for a long time cannot, perhaps, for
ever be emancipated irom the clergy.
Like the Italians, the Spaniards have
proclaimed freedom of instruction. In
deed, both countries are clamoring for
lay education. The truth is, however,
that negligent and dangerous teachers
as the priests may be, they are the only
schoolmasters. Nothing has been found
easier at Naples or Venice than to open
schools, but to fill the instructor's chair
has proved to be a very different under
taking.
How the Radical Success in Ohio
Was Achieved.
of
In Lorain county, and no doubt
throughout the State, a preconcerted
scheme was agreed upon by the Kadical
leaders, communicated to their judges of
elections, and thoroughly carried out by
them. This is the scheme that the
vote ot every . negro should be taken
without questions as to bis right to vote
under tbe State. Constitution that eve
ry Radical vote offered should be receiv
ed, irrespective of the qualifications of the
person offering it, and every Democratic
vote offered should be rejected when
the least pretext could be trumped up
for rejecting it. Iu this county, Ober-
lin was selected, as the pivotal point of
ooerations, and she has made herself
conspicuously infamous in executing the
Radical decrees. Not content with the
secret infamy of their scheme, the Radi
cals dispatched a Jurlge of one of our
inferior courts to Oberlin who, in a
public'speech, advised the open and un
disguised violation of the election laws
of the State,' and shamelessly pledged
the higher courts to screen the offenders
from punishment. The exact result in
tended was secured. We are informed
that more than twenty negroes, never
before suffered to vote even there, were
brought to the polls and their votes tak n
that all the Radical students were al
lowed to vote, in violation of an express
statutary prohibition, even boys not
more than fifteen or sixteen years of age.
Men who had removed from that place
with their families five or six years
ago, leaving there neither "a local habi
tation or a name," were telegraphed for
and their votes received.. If anything
more were needed to deepen the stain
of villainy upon the authorities of Ober
lin, the number of votes polled at
her precinct effectually accomplished
that purpose. But Oberlin is conspicu
ous only because her opportunities for
fraud were superior to those ot other
townships. She by no means stands
alone in her bad pre-eminence. Com
plaints so numerous that their recital fa
tigues the ear come in from every town
ship. ' Throughout the county votes
were arbitrarily received and arbitrarily
rejected not tbe least regard was' paid
to the election lawn ot the State. Lo
rain ConstUutionalut.
A Question for Consideration.
The New York Citizen asks the fol
lowing:
Hey on d the following prominent con
siderations, what does Radicalism pre
sent that should induce any one to sup
port it -
special privileges tor capital over
labor.
High tariff.
Oppressive public debt.
Profligate expenditures of the public
money.
IN egro equality.
Is there anything else, except tbe
other consideration so dear to those who
want a strong central Government an
increase of military ascendency! Think
the matter over and discover, it you
can, anything beyond these.
PROCLAMATION.
SHERIFF'S
PROCLAMATION!!
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. J
Columbus. O , Oct. 16, 1868.1
I.GEORGE H. KARHART. Sheriff of Franklin
Countr. State of Ohio, do hereby notify tbe duali
zed Electors of the County of Franklin and State of
Ohio. to assemble n their respective Townships and
w ards, at tne usual piaoes ot Holding elections, ou
Tuesday (Being; the 3d ly of No
vember), A. . 1S6S,
And then and there proceed, as the law directs,
elect Twenty-one Eleotora of President and Vi
President of the United States, in pursuance of th
Constitution of the United States and of thi
State.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
band and seal, this. Fifteenth day of Oc
tober, in the vear of our Lord one thousand
SEAL. eight hundred and sixty--iht, and in the
INinety-tturd year of tbe Independence ox
the United stiles ot America.
GEORGE H. EARHART.
Sheriff of Franklin County, O.
octl5-dAwtd-r .
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
1o all whom ii may concern:
CITT CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus. O., Sept. 14, 1868.J
Notice Is hereby si ven that nroceedinsrs have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to wit :
For repaying tne s'dewalhs in front of property
numbered nineteen West. Broad street.
Also, to construct a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
on seventh street trom a point opposite toe nortb
line of W. C. Brown's lot on Brovl street to a point
opposite the north line of the first alley north of
Broad slreeteastof Seventh street.
Also, for constructing stone arch culvert of such
dimensions as may be reauired. a-ross Broad streei
where tbe proposed ditch crosses the same near
Acbeson'e lane. . -
Al-o. to establish the boundary line of Park street
between North Publio lane and the bru'ge over
the C. C. A I C. Railway, and to ererl marks at
uch points as tbe same may be easily Known.
Also, for grai ing and' paving the unpav-d side
walk, autt-rs and croms. underadinz andarav-
eling the ruadwa v of Walnut alley Horn Fair alley
Wist to Fr(nt street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer
and bled in tbe otnceot tne tuy laerk. -
All Dersonsclaiinne damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tbe othce or tbe UlerK, in writing, on o
before the thiny-first uay of Oct. ber. A. l. 1868.
L. E. WILSON.
sepl7-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
lo all uhom it may 0.ncem :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
Columbus. O.. Sent. 28. 1868.1 '
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the city coonouot uoiurabus tor man
ins the toll-iwing improvements, to-wit :
Knr trradina And Divin the unoaved sidewalks.
gutters and rrusings on Third street from Hiokory
alley to North street;
Aiso. tor eradit.e and tavina tbrunpaved side-
walks, gutter and crossing, on the south side of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street:
Also, fo' eradir.g and paving the sutlers and oross
ines and graveling the sik. walks and grading the
ruadway on .viobawk street, from South Public lane
to S.i o more street.
Also, for .ratline and repavine the sidewalk and
gutter and cri sing on Rich street, in front of Lot
ro. & ot Lfenmson s suttOiviRian or onuot no jy:
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Cbapel8'reet. trom r air ailey to rront street;
AlRi. for erarlinfi and pavine the sutlers an
curbing on the sontn side of Cb,pel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
al ey;
A so. for buildirg a double row flag crossing
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimate to be prepared by theCityCivu -bngi-
neer.and hied in tbe omee ot tbe city vierk.
All nersons claiunntr damages on aooount ot sai
proposed improvements, are required to file thei
olaims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before tne tig a teen tb day oi movemoer. A.
1868.
L.. K W 1L.SU IV.
o:tS dltaw4w . . City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Canaern. :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus, O., Sept. 31, 1888.)
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Co umbus, for
making the touowing improvements, to-wit :
For reoavinz the gutteas and resetting the curb
ing on the west aid-i of Seventh street between
li'riAnd Rlypefc and Rich Rtrne.t.
Also, for paving the unpaved sidewalks on the
east s de of Filtb street between B-ich street and
Cherry street.
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
from Hiffh atreat tj Fair allev.
Also, for grading the roadway of Hamlet street
north from the C. C. A C. railroad depot to the line
of W m. N eil's property.
Th. iimA tn hn done in accordance with plats am
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
1 Al-J I V. - .,V, -a tF thafllt.rTlMrlr
All persons claiming damages on acoount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file then
Claims lu iiiaomceui vitin,iu nnui., uu
before the Seventh day of November. A. D. 1868.
L. E. WILSON,
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus, O.. Oct. 19 1608. (
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making tbe follown g improvements, to-wit:
F'nr gradins and paving the unpaved sidewalks
gutters and orossings on Third Btreet from North
street to North Publio lane.
Also, for repaying the sidewalks on tbe east si le
of Front street from the northeast corner of r ront
and Tuwn streets to a point 65 feet north of Town
Also, for graveling South street from Sixth
street to Seventh street.
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Maple street from High street to Water street.
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
aoross Noble street on the east side of High si reet
Also, to survey and stake off South street from
East Publio lane to the eastern boundary tf the
C1'jf he same to be done inaocordance with plats
ana estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gin er. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, hi writing, on or
before the Fifth day of December, A. D.
,868, L. E. WILSON
oor23-d1taw4w City Clerk.
FRESH FISH.
C. K. REgCS. OhO. W. QUINK
REECE & QTJINN,
DEALERS IN
H. 33 33 II PIS H
Came and Oysters.
Also, all kinds of Coantry Produce, suoh as But
ter, Eggs, Chickens, Turkeys, Ac,
lo. 33 Went Broadway,
- COLUMBUS. OBIO.
The eoicest varieties of F'resh Fish received
dnily. tar All eoods purchased delivered to any
pa t of tbe oiiy fBEE of cbabub. Iootl2-eod6m
,
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS WASTED FOR BIDLG.
HAVE YOU
NY BOOKS, m AG SHEET
a - iu u oiv, xc., sc., i nil you wish 10 nave
boati r) ia a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returtiei to nj part of
thftrnfrbv sti vincr nntir thrr.nirh nrtatufTinaV or ml
the
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
AND
BLANK BOOK MiNUFAOTOEY J
One of the largest and beat appointed Binderies ia
the Stale.
H AAitia 41 a 9Q IVsirlh Hltrh .
(Over Messrs. Nevinn & Myers, and Statesman
SrnAtr. Ppinlinir llftAau l
BLAKK ttOOKS!
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Of every description and qnality, from the hi.hest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any reauired pattern, and superior workmanship.
at the lowest prices.
urders trim Uiunty umsers. nanas, tnercnanrs.
and all Officers requiring SDHE'lOR BLANK
BOOHS will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention.
X our patronage respectfully solicited.
PIT. YV. LEFATOIf,
oct3-deortem Proprietor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK HOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head
ings, tor
COUNTT OFFICKBS, MERCHANTS. M ANFfACTUBEBS
BAVKEH8, KAILH.OAD COMPANIES. AO.
3" Full sets of Books made on short notice.
warranted to give perieot satisiaction
OPERA HOUS
i BUILDINC,
aprll eouly
COLVVBUS. OBIO,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX"
: IMPORTERS AND DEALERS VS '
W A TO EES,
JEWELRV,
CLOCKS,
SILVER nnd
PLATEU WARE,
CANES,
SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY,
GOLIi PEJTS,
POCKKT-BOOKsl a aid
OPERA 31VSES,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a larga assortment of
Seth Tbonsaai' and Wnterbm yClocka
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
for the
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makes' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
li.w rates.
KW All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed,
F. A. A L LESQUEREUX,
febl eoJly No. 71 South HUb St., Colu-ubus.
OHIO SAW WORKS.
Patent Ground Circular Savwa,
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND ffND RIP 8AWS.
RSFATBINQ CAREFULLY AND PbOMPTLT DONE.
WOODttOllUH A: HlcHAKLI!V,
. ' - . t Hamilon, Ohio, and
Faotor.es. J S3S 940 West T'h St.. Cincinnati.O.
Warehnnse, 13 A 14 West 3d street, Cincinnati,
SKND FOR PRICE LIST fo "p5-w3m
TflE PLACE TO BUY
LAMP COODS,
Kerosene Chandelie-s.
Hracket. Hall and Table Lamps.
Lan'erns lor Oil i r Candles,
The newest and best kinds o' Burners, Chimneys,
Wicks, oramthing in tbe Lamp line, for lighting
Uhurches. Halls or llwe nngs, is at
McHENRY A C .'S Depot.
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street,
Cincinnati,
CAS FIXTURES.
Gas Chandelier?,
Hall Lights.
Bracket Lights,
Portable Lights.
Ce:litgand
. Window Reflector Lights,
- - Shades. Globes. -
Smoke Be
Or anything in the Uas r ix ure line, is at
AlcHENKY A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wrought-iron Pine (Plain or Galvanized),
Cast-iron Soil Pipe.
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,
Malleable and l ast iron Fittings,
Steam Valves, Stop Cocks,
lias. Service, a .d
Meter C ck. Ac. Ac,
Or anything in the Pipe or t ltting line, is at
JlcHRNKY 4 CO.'S Depot.
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street,
Pumps & Plumbers' Goods.
Cistern and Well rumps,
Bift and Force Pumps,
Beer fumps. harden Pumps.Ac,
Bath Tub, Closets.
ash-stands, Wash Trays,
l ... I. I ., : l -.. !C;nla
Ac, Ac. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at r.asioro pnue.m.
or reiau. at AlcdENKY & CO.'S Depot.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw-cutting Machines, Stocks and Dies. Prills,
Reamers and Taps, P.tent Pipe Cutters.Pat-
ent and Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
UA mnA R.,.-ni l'lvra dua Kit.lAr.' An.
gers. Chisels, Ac, Ac. Everything in the above
line alwa s on hand and fur taleat the manulaotur
er's tra le rates, at
McHEISRY to CO.'si,
No. 8 EastFourlh tc 163 main Street,
0 CTI-sei30-w3m CHrCISHATI.
We are constantly purcna'ing for cash in the New
York and Boston Markets, all kinds ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. SI LKS. rO TTONS
BOOTS AND SHOKS. yAT0IES SKW-
liG HsbnlJb. Ui-'lLid l, i'imro
GOODS, lOUBSllO GOODS.
AC, tJ .
Wh'oh we are actually selling at an aver ge price
-of One Dollar for tOocu Article. Our
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade much
larger than that of any i.ther similar conoern. en
ables us to give better bargains than osn be obtain
ed of any other bouse.
THE LADIES
Are especially invited to give us a trial.
Send fob a Circular and Ezobanoe Ltst.
Our club system of te ling is A' follows: For
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
20 different articles to be sold for a dollar each:
for 4: 60 for If 6; 100 for $10. Ac Sent, by ml.
Ommif-icnt larger than those ofered by any other
firm, according to size ol ciub. Single lountain
and check, 10 cents. Male and female agent, want
ed, "eud Money in Keariatered Letters.
Send us a trial club, and - ou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
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83 Uano er street. Boston, Mas.
DB-'uJ-w6m
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two? - r-r-' j
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Th attention of the Trade is called to the superi-
,. or stoea ot .
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,!
Just received ndf sale by :
, .- ; . , 1 :-. . -i -
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L88 88 tc 40 NORTH IGH 3Tn a
CO LU MB u a
Our stock comprises a full line of '
Book, - ...
Writing,
Colored and
Print Papers.
We have a foil stock of
ENVELOPES,
Of all sites and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates.
oub stock or .
Is unsurpassed in the city, including
BRISTOL BOARD'
R. R. CHECK,
COLORED of ail kinds
And BLANK.
GIVK US A. CALL!
IVEVM8 Sc MITERS.
nov2
MEDICAL.
EITuTlIBTJS
HUiriPiinETS v
noiTIEOPATIIlC SPECIFICS
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE
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Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use,
o simple that mistakes cannot be made in
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and an efficient &a to be always reliable.
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ail, and will always render sauaiacuoo.
Nos. Cents.
1, Cures Fevers), Congestion, Inflammations. 5
Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.25
4'ryIne-Colic orTeetlilng of Infants2S
Iiarrhea of Children or Adults. .25
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19, "
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Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic.25
Cliolera-Itlorbns, Vomiting.. ...55
Consrna. Colds. Bronchitis
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. .25
IIeadachesSickHcadache,Vertlgo2S
Iyiep8la, Bilious Stomach 26
Suppressed, or Painful Periods... 2S
"Wiiites. too profuse Periods 25
Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing. .25
Salt Iilftouni,Erysipelaa,Ernptions25
Illicuinatiani, Bbenmatic pains. .25
Fever Ac Ague, Chill Fever, AgnesGO
raics, ouna or nieeaing ou
Optualiny, and sore or weak EyeeSO
Catarrli.acnte or chronic,Influcnza50
Wliooplng-Coutrh,vloleiiljongh5a
Asthma, oppressed Breathing .50
Ear Dlsclarges,impairedhearing50
Scrofula.enlarged glands,swellings50
Clene-nl Debility, physical weaknees59
Iropsy, and scanty Secretions 50
Sea-Slelr.ness,sickness from riding50
gviauey-AMsease, uravei ou
nervous aseDAiisy ncminai
Emissions, involuntarv Dis
chargee ......1 00
Sore Mouth, Canker 50
ITr-lnary Weakness, wetting bcd50
Painful Periods, with spasms.. 50
Snii'erlncsat change of life. 1 00
9,
80,
81.
82,
83,
84,
Eptleisy.Spasms.St.Vitus'Iancel 00
Diphtheria, ulcerated aorethroat.se)
FA.3IILT CASES
Of 85 to TO large vials, morocco
or rosewood case, co n In filing:
a speclHc for every ordinary
disease a family Is subject so,
and haAkiardirMliaiii
, . From $10 to $3f
Smaller Family and Xravellnff cases,
with 20 to 28 vials from $5 to f 8
Bpecincs tor su s'nvaiesyiseases.noui
tnr rnrinir And for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocket cases,$3to$S
POND'S EXTRACT,
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6orene,Sore Throat.Sprains. Tooth
acne, caracne, neuralgia, uneuma.
(Ism, Lumbago, Plies, Bolls, Stings,
Sore Eyes, Bleeding: of the Lungs,
Nose, Stomach, or ol' Plies; Corns, fl
eers. Old Sores. Price 50 cts. to $1.75
fW These Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any pan oi tne country, ny man or express, ire.
oi cnarge, on receipt oi uie price.
Address Humphreys' '
Homeopathic ?
A fresh supply of tbe a' ove always on h nd
for sale by
S. V.. 8AMDHL.
A. J. S-UUEL' ERand
HUSTON A UAIiUAtli.
CAUTION.
All fresh and genuine Medicines have on
bottom of the bor. or in the ca-es. Humphreys'
Speoifio-t, Homeopathic Medicine Company.
no others. A hey are not reliable.
- ' jylS-deodAwly
The firent Slertlclne for the ttbln. cures
wilbonS foil, every stlnd of un
sigbtly eruption of trie fitee.
or itchlna-. Irritating;, or
dlatreaalnar entaneona
diaeaae on atny part
or tbe peraon. .
It a nenrfr relieved me of thnt morfifvtnQ- erup
tion, mid I ant now looking anile like a mna," writes
t'harles E. Noble. General Agent of Mich. Central
It. K., 173 Broadway, N. Y.
" We find it an inmlnnble remedy for Teller, etc."
write Iligley Bros., Druggists, Fairfield, Iowa.
f nte tried your valuable remedy for Bnrber'e
Tleh with great lueceM,". writes 0. W. Sumont, of
Leominntur, Mass.
Send for circular. Price, 75 cts. and S1.00.
Prepared only by SOI.ON PALMER,
36 West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, O.
For sale by Druggists generally.
septal deodiwly
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
DEALER IN
VA TCsl ES, CIiOCKS.JEHFXRY,
MUSICAL INSTRDilENTS.io., .
ITS South H:gh street, Columbus, O. Repairing
carefuTly done and watranted. mj7-od6in
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the
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Prepared by Seward tc iBsirruT,
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oar
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Can be given with or without the knowledge
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enness, its Consequences and Cure." free -on ap
plication, race or rp?cinc per Dottle, i so, cr
time botues lor 4 oo. .
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sepl7-dTiaAwly . .
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i i r -, f -. .4 - !: ,i..ii
afar PHILOSOPHY OP WARRIAGE. I Nnr
CorBBE of Lectures, as delivered at the New
York Museum or Anatomy, einoracing tne sno-
jects: How to live and wbat to live fori loutb.
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed : The casre of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accountod for uarruge p-iiosopn-ically
considered, Ac - "--
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to partic, unable to attend, onreeciptof
four stamps, by addressing SSCRETAKY, New
York --Tat rat or anatomy akd-bcienoe, ois
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INSURANCE
Auditor of State's Certificate
- - .
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AF7AIK3 OF THE
COAtIXE.TAL IXSURAXGE CO,,
OF 'NEW YORK. -"? '--
FOR TBE iEAB ENDING. DECEMBER 31, 18QT.
- --w - A a
'.Capital fully paid up - -;....-.500.000 OO
Amount ot available assets...... B,t,a,otns aa
, CERTIFICATE FOB PUBLICATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICftj
c ' - Dkfartmbnt of Jnsceancs.- ,
Columbus. O., February 15, , 1848. J .
It is hereby certified. That the Continental tFIrb)
Insurance Couioany, located at New l(ork, inr4he
State of New York, bas complied, in all.respects.
withthelaws of this State relating to such insur
ance Companies, for the current year, and has filed
in 'bis Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
- Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
date of such statement, as follows:.. .. . .
Amount of actual paid-up Capital.".'..,. tSoO.POO 00
- A nreirate amonnt of available assets. . ..1.814.500 31
-Aggregate amount ot Liabilities. inc .- .
Ite-insurance ani.va
Amount of income for the pre eding year 801,086 10
Amount of expenditures fur the preced
ing year ...! 81.4tt 47
In witness whereof, I bave hereunto sebaerll-ad
mv name, and caused the Seal of m.v
Ise AL J Office to be affixed, the day and year above
- written. ... 5 . : .:
J AS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of SUte.
By Jas. Williams, Chief Clerk. -
Oo. F. O'llarra & Co., igcnif,
(Nauohtok Block), '
Columbus, O.
-o
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF TBS
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMR'Y.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
CERTIFICATE FOR PCBLICATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
Dbpartmbnt of Insurance.
Columbus. Sept. 18th. ltOS.J
It is hereby certified. That the Pacifii Insurance
Company, located at San F'rapcisco, iu the Stale of
California has complied, in all respects, with tbe
laws of this State relating to snch Insurance Com
panies, for the enrrent year, and has filed in tais
ofli ;e a sworn statement, by the proper r.ffioers.
snowing its condition and business, at tbe date of
such statement, as follows, gold cuirency :
Amonnt of actual paid up Capital H.000.000 00
" Aggregate amount of available assets.. 1. 5ff9.fi 18 i9
Aegregate amount of Liabilities., -
Amount of income lor the preceding
S59,i20 03
year..
708.003 TO
Amonnt of exoenditures for the pre
ceding year " VS.(S5 15
In witness whereof. I have ber-unto subscribed
my same, and caused the Seal of my Oflice
IsealJ to be affixed, the day and year above
WmteD" - JAS. WILLIAMS,
. Chief Clerk lor Auditor f State,
Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., 4genf,
(Nauqbton Block), - .
CoIumIus, O.
AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THI
NORTH BRITlTff & MERCANTILE
INSURANCE COJIPlT,'
Of London and Edinburgh.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICEa
Insurance Department.
Columbus. O.. Sept. 18. 1868 )
It is hereby certified. That the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
f. dinburgh, has eomj lied in all rcsptcts with tie
. laws of this State relating to F'ire Insurance Com
tanies of foreighn Gevernments, for the oorrent
year, including tre deprsit of One Hundred Thou
sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders re
siding in the State ol Ooi. and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers, fiied in this depart
ment shows its condition and business at the date
of such statement (Deo. 31. 1867) as follows : -
Amonnt of actual paid up cnpilal - 250.000
Aggregate amount of available assets 813 603,803 86
- Aggregate amount of liabilities. 1,742.810
Amount of income for the preceding
year 3.600.2U 7
Amount of expenditures for tbe preced
ing jear J.73T.966 34
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
my name and caused the Seal of my Office
. seal. to be affixed the day aud year above
written. ',
JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditorbf Slate.
By Jas. Williams. Chief Cle k.
Geo. F. O'Barra & Co., Agents,
(Nauohton Block),
0tld3'awSw-tbAs-r
Columbus, O.
FURNITURE.
MICHAEL BALM. CHARLES C. BELLOWS.
C. P. L. BUTLEB.
HAIMtl. RELXiOWM Sc BITI.KK,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nos. 816 44 2 18 South Hlgrb St., :
COLVflBCS OHIO,
(7fr amsfi llanvfaetory U of th loot of
Sotkttt. on the Canal. --."-.
Their business transactions, both W holesale and
Reuil. new extend tbrouahoutthe States of Ohio.
R...i.niA and Indiana. - They man u I act ure
PARLOR. BEDROOM, DININGROOM." HALL- AND
rnLUn, v itpii cu FIIRNIlliRF , u. . MI
-. a.llunr.11 run'lllunL .' ..l-a -(
of all olasses and every design of superior work
manship and finish Also, Uane-Seat Chairs of.
r-..iriDtinn. Wholesale and Retail. . ,,,
feha-decdlvBS . . ,,
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