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BIOHABD NJJYIN8.
' K. B. BSnKtMMi a?ta
COLUMBUS. , OXXIO t
NOV. S.
National Democratic Ticket.
A .; ' ton PRESIDENT, .''L V
HOBATIO NEYMOUK
i
OF NEW YOKK. .'-,.7 :
-FOH VICE PKKSIDENT,
IItA,PK P. BLAIR,
vv X or jbissochi.
1
.
XIetou of President and Vice President.
. . "gBBA'OBIAL BXBCTOBS ATLABQB.
" RUFtJS P. RANltFY. of Cuvahoga. "" 1
,V HUGH J. JEWETT, of Mkinum. :,
j'. . TJIBTB OT BLBCTOBJ. '
Jt Dirt. JOH B. .TETJP.of Hamilton
"Jul - -JACKSON M. NORIjF. of Hamilton.
3d . GKO. W, HOCK, of Montgomery.
Jth " "-WILLIAM J. JACKSON, of MUmi.
Sth'" -ISAIAH PILLARS, of Alton.
th " MICHAEL H. DA VIS. of Cler-rwmt.
th "-' -WM. J. ALEXANDER, nf Greene
Sth BARLEY F. POFPLETON, of Dela-
ta ADOLPH. KRABMER, of Ottawa. "
10th AN BREW ROACH, of Wood. - -inn
EZRA V. DEAN, ot Lewrenoe.
nth " .JOSEPH J. GREEN, nf Pike,
isth " CHRI.BS FOLLKTT. of Lioking.
14th " ' -HOUSTON H. FUPFLETOI. of Lo
Ttvin 15th " ISAAC STANLEY, of Athens. ,
1Mb. ABRAHASi W. PATRICK, of Tui-
rrth stmvta, WILLIAMS, of Carroll.
18th GEORGE WEIalEK. of Hnwimit.
1U MATT. BIRCHARD. of Trumbull.
"
Gotr closed in New
York Saturday at
The Black Test.
"J do solemnly sveear that I accept the civil
and. political equality of all men, and agree
r., .i wwwp v imyi y j' . - j '
oa accowrtf q- race, color or previous condition,
ot mnypoliiical or civil right, privilege, or im
munity enioyed $y any other elate of men. So
help me God." Souther Badical Carpet Bag
donstttuttons.-. . . . .- -. - ,
'CL' ll'Baker aad Hob. A. Maya
Will address the people of Plain and ad
olnlajr townships at New Albany, on
ItoacUv evenlu, November 2.1, at 7:30. .
By order of Committee.
Democratic Committee Meeting.
The Democratic Ward and Executive
Committees will meet at Thurman Hall
this, Monday, Nov. 2, at 4 o'clock P. M.
The officers of the White Boys in Blue and
ether Democrats, are requested to attend.
. . . . , .
- AtUSiness OI importance will oe conaiuereu
by the meeting, Let there be-n full turn
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chairman County Ex. Com.
Democratic Meeting.
Tba Democratic club officers, ward com
mittees and Democratic citizens will meet
at Thai man Hall to-night, with tbe White
Boys in Blue, and make their final report
.of poll and challenging committees for the
"several wards. See to it that every thing
be In readiness for the great battle to-morrow.
Hake your arrangements to give
Tuesday, November 3d, for the preserva-
'tion of Constitutional liberty. Turn out
JOHN G. THOMPSON.
Ch'n Co. Ex. Com.
The "Sixteen Reasons" of Colfax's
Friends why Grant Should not
be Nominated or Elected.
' 'When Mr. Schtjtlkb Colfax wanted to
be a candidate for President, in September
one year ago, bis friends and supporters
. in Indiana Issued a circular giving sixteen
-reaaona why General Gkant should not
be' ran by the Republican party. Since
bis nomination for the second office, on the
ticket with General Grant, Mr. Colfax has
denied all participation In the publication .
of the sixteen reasons, which we publish -:
below.but Mr. Colfax has made other deni- :
als which were far from the truth. We '
give the "reasons" they are just as appll- :
cable now as they were when first pub
.Ilshed: . ".. . ...
SIXTEEN REASONS WHY OUR REPUBLICAN
SIXTEEN REASONS WHY OUR REPUBLICAN PARTY SHOULD NOT RUN GEN. GRANT
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1868:
He ba all he deserves at the bands of
the American people.
2v He could not deliver an Inaugural Ad
dress. 3. Because no Democrat has succeeded for
the past quarter of a century as Pres
ident of the United States.
4. Because at this peculiar period in the
- - history of onr great country we
need an able and experienced states--.
y man at the -While House."
; 6. Because One Hundred Thousand Graves
. and Four Millions of Freed men de
mand a Republican President and
. m - Vice President.
6v He is now and always has been a Dem-
. ei at, and bas never endorsed the
' Republican party.
- 7 Because be has proved a failure in
. -" every capacity outside of tbe mili
' tary. .
, 8. He claims to bave no knowledge of pol
; ' Hies or National affairs.
' 9. Because all the Democratic and rebel
papers indorse him.
10w He has followed our drunken Demo--..
,i cratic Johnson in all his rebellious
rows against Congress and ou r party .
11. Because he has insulted the Republi
.. can party by indorsing the removal '
, . - :. of the Secretary of War, and accepc-
. lug the position hlmselt.
1 a. We bave one hundred better men for
"President.
13. Because all parties claim him as be
longing to their party.
14. We have the power to elect a states-
. man. if we wish to.
15. Because tbe Democrats and rebels
have no other available candidate.
16. Because Illinois gave us the immortal
Lincoln, and Indiana offers our most
available candidate.
AMERICAN REPUBLICANS.
t3fPlease post this up. i
Judge Pugh.
This gentleman, who was taken to Cin
cinnati on a Warrant sworn out before
' United States Commissioner Hallioay, at
. tbe instance of cowardly and vindictive
leaders of tbe Republican party in this
city, with tbe expectation that he could
not secure ball without being subjected to
great annoyance and Inconvenience, re
turned borne Saturday evening, having
given satisfactory bail for his appearance
on the 10th inst.
His trial will show that he was arrested
' merely to Intimidate from voting the voters
be naturalized. No one for a moment be
lieves that he intentionally or knowingly
' naturalized a man who was not legally en
titled to be naturalized.
Here, as elsewhere, the Republican lead
ers, to subserve party ends, are resorting
to fraud, corruption and intimidation. Let
Democrats ' manfully stand up for their
rights, and there will not be one particle
of trouble to-morrow.
Every Man to his Post.
On to-morrow a conflict will come off
between tbe people and thebondholding ar
istocracy the first party on the side of
Freedom and Justice, and tbe second
party on the side of Arlstocratical Despotism
and oppression. Let every man who
' is in favor of a free Government and equal
Sights, be at bis post, prepared to do bis
duty Let him cast his vote and his influ-
, eoce in favor of the people. Let him work
earnestly in the good cause, for work is
the lever of success. .
; , t7Lace drapery, tailing low at the
aides, and caught at the back ol the chig
non by a bow and ends, is a graceful fea
tare of winter bonnets. They are the pre
vailing style.
Colfax's Speech Denouncing Foreigners
at Vincennes, Indiana.
When a Know Nothing—The
Charge of Know Nothingism.
against General Blair.
1
Mr. Schuyler Colfax, the Radical can
didate for Vice President, his friemiedeny,
was ever a member of the Know Nothing
order, and they assert that he hlmselt has
entered a denial nf the truth of the charge.
Turning to the file of the Ohio State Jour
nal, we found bis name among the dele
gates' from Indiana to the great National
Know Nothing Convention, which assem-
bled at Philadelphia In 1855, and in the pro-
seedlngs found that he was a member ol
".he committee on Resolutions which draft
I ad the address and reported the platform
In addition to these facts, the Fincenne
(Indiana) Sun reproduces a speech madebj
OLFax on his return home from that Con-
mention. It is as follows:
Some tell me that many foreigner
' re intelligent: yes, intelligent. How, In
he name ot Almighty God, can they car
.. t? Look at the Dutchman smoking his
iL.e. and It vou can see a ray or Intelli
gence in that dirty, idiotic looking lace ol
ills, show it to me I Look at that drunken.
bloat d Irishman, with hla rotgut whisky
bottle In his pocket, ana ne drunk, swear
tnif and reeling, and show me In that pol
luted face any tpark ol morality, intellect,
or education. The idea is perfectly absurd;
it is preposterous 1 we must change th
laws ot the land, and prevknt thhsk IG-
NOKAN f.DEGRADED PAUPEUS hi.rk
kFROM VOTING AND HOLDING OFFICK. TlieV
are a set oi UNPRINCIPLED VILLAINS
and RUFFIANS, who congregate in and
around our large cities and villages, and
IJVfc BTSTKAUNQ AND BEGGING (mill tw
Americans. Some tell uiethey have rights
S tbey hav; the right to live under our
laws aud till the soil, and do as we bid.
Tut y are inferior In intellect and intelli
gence to the Americans, and tukt MUST
ANDSHALLBEPUT DOWN adKEIT
DOWN, it it has to be done at the point ol
the bayonet and with powdbb akd lead
Ihere is no use of talking mincingly or ol
fearing results in regard to the matter. A
great cry has went up by old liners about
tbe foreigners being driven away from the
polls, and not Delug allowed to vote. This,
I suppose, is true in many respects. Would
you have Uie American citizen stand back
and let a bloated, red visaged, drunken
brute of an Irishman vote instead of him
sell? See she wretch as he approaches
his knees knocking, and the slobber of to
bacco running down his Jaws, and as he
(I comes you bear blui 'hurrah lor Democ
racy:' aud here ne comes, fresh from the
bogs, just one year, and wants to vote ami
because the boys cry "move him," and lie
gets knocked down lor his Impudence,
great cry is made about it by the old line
demagogues, l say It Is right let tnem
stand back. Again: Yon see a lop-eared
wide mouthed, mullet-headed Dutchman
coming up just from some hut in the Land
of Kraut, with the foam of beer still stick
ing in his horse-tail whiskers, and his
breath smelling of garlic and onions.
enough to kill a white man at 309 yards,
and before he can say anything in the
world but the word 'Democrat.' he roust
vote, and that vote counts as much as yours
or mine. This is outrageous and abomtu-
I able. These loreisners that have carried
4 elections for old liners will have to learn
their places. Thev have no more right b
vote than the brutes ot the field, and have
not the sense of a good Newfoundland dog;
and God knows, that were I acaudidate for
any otlice, 1 would tell these paupers aud
vagabonds, these vile, dirty, nlthy, de
graded, idiotic foreigners 1 did not wan
their votes, and if I ever am a candidate,
hope to God 1 never will get them."
As an offset to Colfax's Know Noth
ingism, and in the fear that tbe foreign
ers, whom he denounced In the lowest
style of billingsgate oratory, as paupers,"
vagabonds," and as "vile, dirty, rlithy, de
graded, Idiotic foreigners," may cake him
at bis word when he said he "did not want
their vows," and when a candidate lie
hoped to God he would not get them. The
Radical leaders got up the charge that
Gen. Blair belonged to tbe same order.
This charge having been made In New
York, be thus promptly disposes of it.
After his great speech in Tammany Hall
was finishi d, be was called to speak to the
out door meeting. He said :
Fellow Citizens: I cannot imag'ne,
for my life, where all of these Democrats
came from. Applause and. laughter. I
thought, my fellow citizens, that J bad left
all the Democrats out west; I saw so many
of them there that I could not realize that
there were so many anywhere tlse.
Laughter. 1 bave just one tbought I
want to speak to you, my fellow citizens,
just one word to say, and which I omitted
to say in tbe ball above where I have been
hammering away for the last hour and a
halt. Laughter. And it is upon this
point : that I am charged here and all over
the country, with having been a Know
Nothing. Laughter. A voice, "You know
enough." Well, my fellow citizens, they
bave forged a speech ior me a speech I
never uttered nor saw until it was forgtd
and altered by them, on the subject ot
Fenianism. But I want to say to the peo
ple of New York, and in saying it to them
to say It to the peopleof this continent, that
every time I bave been a candidate it has
been my good fortune to beat a ilnow
Nothing. Laughter and cheers j That the
first time 1 was nominated for tue Legisla
ture of mv State and for Congress, and
every time that I was elected I beat a Know
Nothing every time, and shall have to beat
Know Nothing this time. I Applause.
Voice "You will." Yes, my fellow citi
zens, that i my history on this subject.
And scnuyier uoitax's wnoie nistory is,
that he was vomiud up out of the stomach
of a Know Nothing lodge into politics.
Laughter and applause. He seems, my
enow citizen.", to bave a sort or proclivity
lor these secret political societies. I be
lieve that he belongs to every one there i?
in the country, and be was not satisfied
with that, and I believe he made two or
three of bis own. Laughter. And now
If I wanted to get a trap to catch Schuyler
Collax with, I would bait it with a secret
political society, and would bave been
just as certain as you would get an old rat
wit ha piece ol toasted cheese. Laughter.
Now, my fellow citizens, 1 thought 1
would touch this point here which I omitted
to touch in the hail to show what a fla
grant set ot falsifiers this Radical party is.
That when they themselves have the daddy
of Know Nothingism on their ticket for
candidate as. Vice President, they should
charge me w'ith the crime for 1 consider It
a crime of being a Know Nothing, when
nave always, in every political canvass
tnat l ever made, ran against a Know
Nothing and beat him. Cheers. A voice.
You'll beat him dow. And now I think
it is going to be my good fortune to beat
him again. TGreat applause. Voices,
"That's so. Fellow citizens, it-ia impossi
ble for me to address you as l shonid like
to do, or to continue my address, as I bave
ust finished a long speech in Tammany
Hall. And I can do no more now than
thank you from tbe bottom ot my heart for
the cordial reception you nave given me,
for tbe kind audience that you bave ex
tended to me, and to say good night to you
with tbe cheering inspiration wnicn
bring from the West that all is right there,
and I know you will respond all is right
here, also.
tieneral Blair retired amidst deatening
cheers.
With these' speeches before them, the
readers can judge of the facts. Tney need
no comment.
Get Out Every Vote.
We would urge upon our Democratic
friends throughout the county the Im
portance ot getting, out every Democratic
vote at the election to-morrow. We
were told, alter tbe last election, by Demo
crats Irom many townships that they
could have polled a larger vote, but their
voters were not all out. See that this does
not happen next Tuesday. Take means
bring out every Democratic vote. Let
Democrat stay at home next Tuesday.
Be Early at the Polls.
Let every Democrat make It a point
cast his vote eailv In the day. A heavy
Democratic vote in the morning will exert
a good influence, and will enable Demo
crats to devote tbe rest of the day to bring
log In the laggards and sick, and talk wit
the doubtful. . '
(J0ne of our farmers says that he bas
raised four hundred bushels of potatoes
this season, which would be a big thing
I he didn't raise ooys ana gins enougn
eat tuem an up.
Meeting of the North
Resolutions.
The meeting of the Democracy of the
First, Second, Eighth and Ninth Wards.
at Duffy's Hall, on Saturday evening, was
organized by calling O. B. Flood to the
chair and appointing Patrick Dun an Sec
retary.
Mr. E. Mettles offered for adoption tbe
following, which was agreed to without a
dissenting voice: -
Besolved, That any attempt to entail ne
gro suffrage upon us at the election on
Tuesday next will be resisted, and that
while we deplore any action that will dis
turb the quiet and peace of our city, we
will not submit to any action on the Dart
of the Republican party or any ot Its mem-
oers lor that oDtecU and It on this election
force will be used to carry negro suflragr.
a corresponding force must be used to pre
vent it.
Mr. Walter Clancey then offered the fol
lowing, which were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, The recent arrest of Mr. John
Duny, a citizen of this ward, on a charge
ot being connected - with naturalization
frauds, which never had an existence the
warrant for arrest issued on the Durchased
evidence of a man who whs compelled to
swear mat ne was an illegal voter and a
'draft sneak" In 1863 that he claimed nat
uralization papers, which be knew were
not his own, for he swore he never appeared
before the naturalization court which Issued
tbe papers and that, knowing that he w a
not a voter, ne went into a ward In winch
he had no residence and there voted on the
papers thus procured, and then, lor and in
consideration of credit to be furnished him
at a grocery, promotion on the railroad and
a pledge that he should not be prosecuted
tor nis crime, ne swore out a warrant cuarg
log crime on an honest man, and
Whbrkas, When the guilty wretch who
thus undertook to swear away the liberty
ol John Dufty, was lodged in jail for his
crime, he lound leading and rich Radical
leaders, willing to bind themselves in one
hundred dollars each tor his appearance to
answer the cbarees and for his liberation
from jail, thus showing a Radical desire to
shield tbe "informer" Smith in his crimes
against the election laws and against the
liberty of our townsman; therefore, -
Besolved, That the crimes ot Smith, the
"Informer," against John Duffy, the shield
ing of the self-confessed dralt sneak and
pipe-layer, by Radical Republicans, mak
ing up a purse and giving security for his
appearance before "the examining magis
trate, coupled as it is with his own sworn
admission that he was offered and accepted
a bribe, for turning "informer," looks very
much like the Radical leaders had full
knowledge of his intended crime, and until
they purge themselves of the charge, the
public will hold them as parties to tbe
crimes which ' their ' "informer," Smith,
committed.
Whereas, Probate Judge John M. Pugb,
known to the entire community as
of tbe ' best citizens of Columbus one
not only pure, but beyond reproach as an
honest, law-abiding, honorable man was
arrested on the oath ot a Cincinnati in
former tor a crime which, It evercommitted,
the informer could, in tbe very nature ot
tbe case, know nothing, and was carried to
a distant examining court, tearing to try
him in the community in which he lived,
on a charge that the lowest, meanest and
most debased of Xhe entire Grant party
white or black- would not lace this com
munity by swearing that, in theit opinion,
he could commit: and
Whereas, The Radical examining court
in the case of Duffy, in rendering the de
cision which cleared him of all suspicion of
crime, declared tbe naturalization papers
which Judge irugn was arrested lor issu
ing, were legal naturalization papers, thus
giving the lie direct to tue uineinnau de
tective, although it was sworn to at the in
stigation of leading Radicals of this city,
who dare not perjure their own souls by
taking so false an oath; therefore,
Besolved. That the arrest of John -M.
Pugh, a judicial officer ot Franklin county,
at the time when his Court was by law in
session, tbe dragging of him to Cincinnati
from his home and his family, to De exam
iued before a commissioner not a lawyer or
judge of law, when before Commissioner
Chitteuden, an aDier man, a good lawyer
and a bitter Radical, the charge could
bave been examined in this city. Is an out
rage that cau neither be excused or be pal
liated.
Besolved. That while during the war
these Radical leaders bad bullies at the
beck and nod to outrage tht persons ot Dem
ocrats, It might be a "healthy operation"
for them now to remember times are not
now as in the davs when braggart boys in
shoulder straps commanded men, and made
them do their Bidding, aud tuat, in tue city
of Col nm bus. at least. Democrats bave
some rights which even Radicals are bouud
to respect.
JSesolved, That in tne opinion ot tins
meetinit the obiect of these arrests and
these charges are. to frighten Democrats
into allowing the will of fifty thousand
maioritv of the DeoDle ot Ohio to be set
aside, so that tbe negro population oi ka
lumbus and of the State, be allowed to ex
ercise tbe elective franchise on Tuesday
next against the letter and the spirit ol the
Constitution of the State.
Besolved. That the Radical leaders Ot
Franklin countv may as well understand,
first as last, that the Democracy "don't
scare worth a d n," that the law and the
Constitution which allcars none out tree
white male citizens to vote will be carried
out in letter and in spirit by tbe Democra
cy of Columbus, and the Radical leaders
having now due notice may govern tnem-
selves accordingly.
Tbe meeting was then addressed by Hon
R. E. Chambers and Mr. Campbell, both ot
Belmont couuty, iti speeches of decided
ability, and by Col. John C. Groom in a few
stirring remarks, when the meeting ad
journed to meet again on Monday evening
next, to pertect' their organization for the
Presidential election on Tuesday next
C. B. FLOOD, Ch'n.
C. B. FLOOD, Ch'n. P. DURCAN, Sec'y.
What Beecher Says of Seymour's
Private Life.
Last week Hen by Wabd Beecher made
a speech in favor of Grant at the Brooklj n
Academy of Music. In the course ot that
speech Mr. Beeches felt forced to admit
the faultless character of the private life of
Hobatio Setmoub. He said
"Who Is his Grant's antagonist? In
private life a gentleman, not simply most
respectaoie, nut mostamraoie, most estima
ble; a man or polished and winning man
ners: a man against whose private charac
ter no person that ever I heard ot brought
a shadow ot reproach; a roan whose faults
lie wholly in bis public administration."
And a man whose life is thus faultless, is
to be voted against by three-fourths of all
the pulpit moralists In the North, many of
whom make pulpit speeches In favor ot his
opponent, denounced by Lis own friends as
a drunkard, and who knows ten times as
much and cares a vast deal more for fast
horses than for Government matters,
Died:
BOYLE Suddenly. Saturday. Ootober 31. 1868.
Lula f ..bOTLB, aged 83 years.
Funeral at First Baptist Church, Wednesday,
Nov. 4, at S P. M.
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New Advertisement!
Xbe Ohio Slalnmaa ' has
Larger sjlrciilinioim man bdt pa
per published In thin City or Ceo
tral Ohio. Advertisers -will bear
this in mind.
3IAOISIC
ft A STATED MEETING OF OH O CHAP-
Thitt WO. 13, It. A. ill , will oo uoiu iniO
7J (Monday) fcVENWNU. at 7 o olocit,
COX.
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Pro tern
Secretary,
THE
NATIONAL TRUST CO
OF THB CITT OP NKW TOBX.
No. 33U Broadway
CaDital. - One Million Dollars,
CHARTERED BY THE STATE
Darius R. Mahoam, Pres't. J as. Merrill, Sec'y,
n..;. nrl allows FOUR PERCENT
INTEREST on all Daily Balances.subiecttooheck
t.;,,,. Siu.i.1 llMnmlitefor Six monthR nrmnp
may be made at five peroent. The Capital of One
Million Dollars is dmaea among r ou snare.
holders, comprising many gentlemen of large wealth
ana nnaneiai experience, wuo i.
liable to rieoAflitnm fnr all oblixatl
who are also personally
pany to double the amount of their capital stock.
i me vom
As the Nutinnni Tni.t. CnmDAny receives derjnititji
in large or small amounts, and permits them to be
-Irawn as a whole or in p it by check at sight and
without notioe, allowing interest on all daily balan
ces, parties throughout the country can keep ao
oounts in thin Ius itution with speo.al advantages
of soonrity, oonvemence and profit.
Ft KT-jult-ditwSm
Times of Holdlztgr Court
In the Fifth JuuicifU Dis
trict of Ohio for 18CO.
The Stata of Ohio.
Franklin oomty, ( '
JT. 8 SH - PAKI, CLERK OF THE
Court of Common Pleaa within and lora-id
county, do hereby certify that the following order
ia truly taken and correctly copied from the journal
of laid Court, to-wlt: .
Times of Holding Courts in the'' Fifth Judicial
. District of Ohio for 1869. ,., ...
It ! hereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on the 18th dy of September, A. u. 188.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
tbe Courts of Uommoo Pleas and DUtriot Courts
ot saidJudioia' District, be hereby amended, and
that tbe District Courts an.1 Courts of Common
Pleas for tbe year A. D. 1889. shall besin in ihe
several counties of the iftta judicial Di.trict of
the state of Ohio, at ttia times toltowint :
DISTBICT COURT.
Hidison, May 4th .
Franklin, May Sth.
Pickaway, May loth.
Adams. Sept, th.
Clermont, sept. 13th.
Fayette, May 14th.
Ross, August 31st.
Highland, sept. 3d.
Brown, Sept. Sth.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Brown. February Sth, June 1st, November Id.
Adams, January 87th. May 18th, September Jlt
Clermont. January Sth, June 39th, Ootober 6th
Highland. Jar.uary 12th, May 18th, Oetoher 13th.
Koes. January Veth. J udb l.Ht. November 3d.
Fayette, February 33d, June atlth. September
sr.
Madison, February 3d, Vay 18th, October 19th.
- Piekaway. March Stb. June 15th. NoTember t!d.
Franklin, February 16th. June lit, .November
15th
In witness whereof we have hereunto set oar
bands.
ALFRED S. DldfET.)
J. Q. asHBURN. J Judges.
JOSEPH ObDs. )
In testimony whereof I hare hereunto sub
scribed my name and affixed tbe seal of
ISIAL 'aid Court at I'clnmbus, this 30th day
ox votuoer, A. X' , icoo.
T. S. SHEPARD. Clerk.
Ootober SI, 1688. oct31-dlt3w
MAYOR'S OFFICE. )
Columbus, 0 October 89, 1863 1
nTHEREAt, fHB OENCKAL At
v aemblyof the State of Ohio patted an act
"that it shall be unlawful for any person within
this Stat to sell, barter or give away any spirit
uous, vinous or malt liquors on the day of any
election held within tbis State under the Consti
tution and laws tbereot. And ltis'mase the duty
by the provisions of said act. of each and all Mr-
a ns who sell or barter any spirituous, vinous or
malt liquors, to elose their respective establish
ments on those days. And it is also provided that
any person ofiendinc against the provisions of this
act snai oenueii in any sum not less tnan tour nor
more than one hundred dollars, and be imprisoned
in the eouatv iail for a mriod not exeeerfinff ten
days for eaoh offense so committed: and it is made
the duty of all Mayors of cities within this St.te
ti issue a proclamation warning the inhabitanta of
uon oity ot tne provisions of this aot. and thai all
violations of tbe same will subjeot the offender to
prompt and speedy punishment, and requiring
Marshals and Polioe officers under their respective
jurisdictions tooloseail houses found violating tbe
provisions ot in is act, and to report forthwith all
violations thereof to such Mayors;"
Now, therefore, , James U. Bull, Mayor of the
city oi commons, unio, in pursuance or tbe pro
visions of tbe aot aforesaid, do issue this, my proa
lamation, ordering and directing alt persnns wbo
own or oeoopr places whereia any spirituous,
vinous or malt liquors are hartered or sold, to elose
their respective establish - ents on Tuesday, the
3d day of November next, it being a day of election
in Ohio.
And it is hereby made the special duty of the
Marsha' and Police offioe.s to elose up all establish
ments fou d open on that day, and bring forthwith
before me all offenders against tbe provisions of the
statute aforesaid for punishment.
In testimony whereof I haveherenntoset my
bAL band and seal of said oity, this S9th day of
Ootober. A. D. 1888
oet30-dtd JAMES G. BULL, Mayor.
I Westbote, Journal and Sunday News copy
FARM FOR SALE.'
NOTICE IS HEHKBf GIVEN THAT
on onday. Nor. 3d, 1868, 1 will cell atpublio
auction, to the highest bidder, the farm in Darby
township, t'iokaway county, Ohio, lying two miles
south of Har Isburg. on which w.C. Hrown re
sides. conyi8ting of 631 acres of land. This farm
will be divided on tbe day of sale into small farms,
to suit purchasers. The sale will take place at tbe
house of sa d Brown, at 1 o'clock P. M. Terms of
Sale One-third cash on the day of sale, and the
balance in one and two years, with interest, to be
secured by mortgage on the premues. Als-, at
the same time and place, 75 acres of Corn in the
shqck will be slid; feed lots o be furnished with
tbe Corn. Terms of said sale to be made known on
the dav of sale. ' B. F. REN ICK.
O0tgQ-twt7g831 ssignee.
FOR RENT.
rrTI ir LtHGR AND ClM TIODtOTJS
1 Brick Warehoosoon the corner of North Pub
lic lane and Center alley, being dope to all tbe
railroad Ireigbt houses in tbe city makes it a very
desirable place for receiving and shipping freight.
For further particulars, aoply to the undersigned
at r reigat umoe ot tne u. u. a it. it.
JaMES PATTERSON, Ag'U
Columbus, Oct Stt.
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Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to grade aid" pave on North street
trom intra street to c jurtu street.
Section 1 B it ordained by the City Council
oi tne city oi uo'u-xdus (tw i-tnirjs oi an tbe mem
bers con urrtng). That the unpaved sidewalks, gut
ter? and crossings be graded an pared on the south
side of North street from Tiiird street to Fourth
street, in accordance with the plat thereof on file
the office of the City Clerk,
-set That all damages, oosts and expenses
arising from the foregoing improvement soa I be
assessed and levied upon the several lots of land
fronting or abutting thereon, in proportion to their
WM.
President of the
Passed Oct. A. 1868
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
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Resolution to Contract.
Xetolved. That the City Civil Engineer he. and
he is hereby authorized anc directed to contiaot
the name of the city of Columbus, with John
Murphy, for buildibg a double row flag cro-sing
across Liinn aney at tne east siae ol uigb street,
upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty oenti per eubto
yard.
For boulder paring. Forty-four cents per square
yara.
For flagging. 14 inohes wide, Sixty cents per lin
eal foot.
Said work to be completed by tbe 15th day
.November, iaea, orsam oontraot snail be void.
Adopted Oot. 6, 1868. -
Attest: L. E.WILSON.
0ot30-dlt City Clerk.
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row flic crossing
across aiouua street at tue west siae oi mgu
street.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of the eity of Columbus (two-thirds ot all the
members concurring). That there be constructed
am Die row nwcro: sing across Mound street at the
west side ot High street, in accordance with the
p at tbereot on tue in tne omoe ot tbe City Clerk.
Seo 9. That all damages, oosts and expenses
arising irom tne toregoing lmproremement shall
be assessed and levied upon the several lo s
land fronting or abutting on the west side nf Riirh
street from Noblestreet to Strawberry alley, in pro
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council
Passed Oct. 26. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
Bttolved, That the City Oivil Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract
the name of the oity of Columbus, wiih Peter
fcagen. for building a double row flag crossing
across Public alley at the west side of High street,
upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty-five cents per
eabio yard.
For boulder paring. Forty-fire cents per square
yara.
For flagging. It inohes jride, Sixty oenti per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Oot. SC, 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON.
oct30-dlt City Clerk.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
AClercyman, while residing in South America
as a missionary, discovered a sate and simple rem
mA-w fnr theCure of Nervous V eakness. Earlv It
cav. Diseases of tbe Urinary and Seminal Organs,
and the whole train of disorders brought on
baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers bare
been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by
HAaira to benefit tbe afflicted and unfortunate.
will rend the recipe for preparing and using this
medicir.e. in a sealed envelope, to any one wbo
needs it, rxiB or charge Address,
JOSEPH T. INMAN.
Station D, Bible House. New Y ork City.
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trlltHOOD AND THE
VICOH OF
1V1 IOCTH restored in four weeks.
Success
guaranteed. DR. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE
restores mahly powers, from whatever cau'e ari
ninn: the effects of earl pernicious habi s, self-
abuse, impotency and climate, aire away at onoe
this wonderful medioine, if lakeu regularly accord
ina to the directions (which are very simple and ro
A,r nn mstraint from business orDleasare ) Fail
nr.ii imnnssihla. Snld in bottles at S3, or four
qoantiliet, in one forts. To be had only of the sole
appointed agent in America, H. Gkritzkn.
Seoond Ave.. New xork.
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T ATCHEI.OR'S HAIK DVE. Thit
J splendid Hair Lire is tbe best in the world
tha nnlv true and perfect Dye: harmless, reliable
instantaneous; no disappointment : no ridiculoui
tints ; remedies the ill effects of had dyes ; invig
orates and leaves the Hair soft and beantiful, blaci
or brow, soi l by an uruceists ana reriumers
and properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory.
No. 16 Bond street, a. x org. fnt apros oswiv
"Yocb Lotion has cured me of Tetter (or Salt
Rheum) on my hands of thirty years standing,
writes Joseph Kistler, of Danville, lnd., who
been using Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetio Lotion.
sepil-dAwiy cm
PROFESSIONAL.
DR. A. B. WHjL,1AMS. vest Broadway, next
High street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himself
oraseneeoi jii." ,-.,,n
rate diseases. He may beensulted at his offioe-
Broad wa . near the a, xc&ange nana
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M Pamphlet from the pen oj Da. Curtis.
Th. "Medical limes" says of this work: -'Ibis
valuable treatise on the cause and euro or prema
ture decline, shows how. health is impaired tbrongb
aeoret abuses of youth and manhood, and bow
easily regained It aires a clear synapsis of
impediments to marriage, the cause and effects
nervous debility, and the remedies therefor."
pocket edition of the above will be forwarded
receipt of 5 cents, by addressing Doctor Ccbtib,
No. 68 North Charles street, Baltimore, Md.
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WOMAN.
females, Owing " tothe
peculiar and important relations which
tbey sustain, their peculiar organization
aud the offices they perform, are subject
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
contribute! no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can he
happy who are ill. Not only so, hut no
one of these various female complaints
can long; be suffered to run on' without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for tli
relief of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most nrgent necessity
will a true woman bo far sacrifice her
greatest charm as to do this. - The sex
will then thank us for placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be
found efficacious in relieving and curing
almost every one of tbos troublesome
complaints peculiar to ths sex.
HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT OF
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 care or
apply remedies which make them worse
I would not wish t5 assert anything that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
of the powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome air and food
profuse menstruation, the use of tea an
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself.
When reviewing the causes of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to contemplate the attendant evils con
sequent upon them. It is but simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi
ness of woman in all classes ot society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. The mania that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for corporeal development to be wasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in the unhealthy excitement of
the ball-room. Thus, with the body
half-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 naif accomplished.
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort
required by the delicate votary to re
tain her situation in school at a later
dav. thus aeeravatine 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
posure 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 misery, and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. . This is but a truthful picture
the experience of thousands of our young
women.
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
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, . lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self-completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites - or Leucorrhoea, Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued Periods, for Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known
Helmbold's Compound Extract of
Buchu. Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany.
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it
remedy to aid nature in the discharge
its functions. Strength is the glory
manhood and womanhood. Helmbold'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
States, is now offered to afflicted hu
inanity 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
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Kestlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Efficiency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
neDsia. Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
gauization or Paralysis of the Organs
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, in fact, all the concomitants of
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
other.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for 86.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y.
None are genuine unless done up in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fac-simile
of mv Chemical Warehouse, and signed
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!., not exeeedlBBf eight
lines, pnbllakeel In this ealaaa tmw
cents each tnssrtton.
TAEal-AUliNTS-a7 to per
I month, everywhere, eael sad feeaale.
I ?A'2d.?!ethS GENUINE IMPhOVr?
uinS&VS?.6 FAMILY SEWISt
I i10?1.?"5. Machine will stitoV
I hem, fell. tpokr ulll..o,i. bind, braid
and embroider in a most superior mea
ner. Price only $18. Fully warranted fr
Are years - We will pay Siooo for ac
machine th.t will sew a ationg'r, more
'beautiful, or oe elastic sea a than n,.r..
it m.w.. tha"Elaatio Look Stitch " Km, buiJ
etitoa ean be cot, and still tbe cloth eaonnt be
pulled apart wi i nout touring it. nepayagenta
Irom Sid to ow P r mmita ana oapwiiees. er a eom-
ussion from which twice tnat .mount ean be
made. Address SECOMB A CO .PITISBURGB.
PA..or BOSTON, MAS.-,
ft I1TTON fin nnt ha imnneed a DOB BV Hither
panles pa'ming off woithla-s oaet-iroa machines,
under the same name or otherwise- eJurs is the
only genuine aad read practical cheap machine
oianuiaoturea. ib ociju-eiw iiwei-
AMUSEMENTS.
EXTRA ANNOUNCEMENT.
OPEUA JIOUSE.
bis: 3xn3-xrTa3t oxo-ziir
Of the Beautiful French Artiste,
MLLE.
MARIETTA RAVEL
Commencing
MoBxlaty Eveaaiaisre ia be ,'8,
Supported by GEO. H- MAXWELL aud Mr. J. W.
Lanergan's full and excellent Company. Ayrfeats
f r Marietta Havel's nights may be secured ia ad
vance. OPERA HOUSE. I
Lessee and Manager Mr. J. W. Lanixsan.
Return of Lanergan's Popular Dramatio Company.
Jtngagement of '
Mile. Marietta, Ravel I
Who will appear on
MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER to, 188.
In tha Military Drama,
THE FRENCH SPY !
.' Supported by tha above talented Company.
" A3" Full particulars In programmes. " "
Admission S t aad 25 easts, ilooxs open at TJi;
eommenoe at 8 o'oiock. . , . ootll
. SPECIAL NOTICES.
Tbe Great nodical mistake)
Of former days was an utter neglect of sanitary
precautions. ' Mo efficient means were adopted for
the prevention of eicknoss- Sewerage was un
known in cities; drainage was rarely attempted in
the country. Heaps of offal were left to rot in tha
publie streets, and domestic cleanliness, tha great
antidote to febrile diseases, was sadly neglected.
It is not so now. Wise laws, philanthropic institu
tions, and a vigilant sanitary police, hare, to a great
extent, remedied tba eril. Nor ia this all. Pbi-
VBNTiva KIDIOAT.OH has helped materially
ti lessen the rates of mortality. It is not too
much to say that l BNS or thousans escape sick
ness in unhealthy seasons in oonsequence of haying
DtVIGOBATID THBTB 8Y8TIX8 IB ADVAHCI by a
course of HOSTETTEK'd STOMACH BITTERS.
This pure and powerful vegetable tonio and altera
tive comprises the extracts and essences of a va
riety of roots and herbs, renowned for their
strengthening, soothing, vital sing and purifying
properties. These medicinal agents are Incorpor
ated with a spirit absolute! free from tbe acrid
poison wbich defiles, more or less, all the liquors of
eommerce, and their effeot is diffused through tha
whole frame by tbis active, yet harmless stimulant-
The result is suob a condition of the syet as
as renders it all but impervious to the exterior
eaves of disease, sueh as damp, fog, sudden alter
nations of temperature, 4o. Strength, and tbe per
fect regularity of all the functions of the body, are
the best safe-guards against atmosphe rie - poison
and the effects of unwholesome water, and BOS
TETTER'S BITTERS are the best strengthening
and regulating medioine at present known. For
dyspepsia and biliousness they are a SPECIFIC ab
solute. ,
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VEGETABLE SICILIAN
RENEWER.
It is the only infallible Hair Preparation for
RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS OtttGLKAL
COLOR AJND PROMOTING ITS ,
' GOWTH.
It is the cheapest preparation ever offered to tha
publie, as one bottle will last longer and accomplish
mom than three bottles of any other preparation.
Our Renewer is not a Dye; it will not stain tha
skin as others.
It will keep the Hair from fa'ling out. -It
oleanses tbe Soalp, and makes the Hair soft,
lustrous and silken.
ODE TREATISE ON THE HAIR
SENT FBBI BT XAIL. ' ' v
R. P. H ALL CO., Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all Drusgists. . ... .. .,
july26 dltaw&wly-cui s
STANDARD REHEDT .
Such .an article as "Dr. Tobias' Venetian Lini
ment." ft has stood before the publie for 11 years
aid has serer filled giving satisfaction in a single
instanoa. Every drop of tbis valuable compound ia
mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, therefore it ean al.
ways be relied upon. Is is wa ranted superior t
any other, for the euro of Chronic Rheumatism.
Toothache, Headache, Sore Throat. Vomiting,
Frosted Feet, Mumps. Croup, Burns, Cuts, Sea Sick
ness. Insect Stings. Sprainj, Cholera. Colic, Spasms,
Dysentery. Bruises, Colds. Coughs. Old Sores,
Swellings, Pains in the Limbs. Bok and Chest.
There is no medicine in tbe "World" that stand
mire on its own merits than the "Venetian Lini
ment." Thousands of certificates ean be seen at tha
Doctor's office, attesting to i t rare virtues. Tha
great sale for Dr. Tobias Venetian Liniment, bas
induced several unprincipled persons to counterfeit
this "Valuable Remedy," purchasers cannot be too
careful to see that "Dr. Tobias Venetian Liniment
is stamped on tbe (lata, done up in yellow paper,
and signed "S. I. Tobias. All others are danger
ous counterfeits, and although they may resemble
the "Venetian Liniment" in color and smell, "
ware of them." Sold by all Druzgists and Store
keepers throughout the United States. Price 60
cents and one dollar per bottle. Depot 10 Park
Place, New York. . . i
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CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE:
IS A STAPLE OF THE TOILET. .
ft is in demand wherever personal blemishes are
considered of sufficient consequence to ba removed .
ITS EFFECT IS PERFECT:
Ita Actios lnstantaaeeina. - :
Cristadoro's Hair Preservative
AND BEAUTIFIER is a preparation of equal merit
and repute. Its effect upon the hair is electrical.
It fastens erery loosening fibre, replaces harshness
with silkiness and flexibility, semi baldness with
luxuriance, dullness with g oes. Its use will inolino
the straightest hair to curl, and prevent the driest
from taming gray. It is the farorite at erery toilet
where it has been tried, and as a means of keeping
the hair free from soruf or dandruff, and the soalp
from exfoliations, is perfectly invaluable. 1 X
S Jd by Druggists, and applied by all Hair Dress
ers. Manufactory No. 68 Maiden Lane. Principal
Depot No. 6 Astor House. j )
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"To Owners of Horses."'.
Thousands of horses die yearly from Colio. Th
need' not be. Dr. Tobias Venetian Horse Lini
ment, in pint bottles, price one dollar, will posi
tively euro erery ease, if given according to the di
rections, when first taken. It is warranted superi
or to anything else fnr Cuts. Galls, Sprains, Old
Sores, Swellings and Sore Throat. It ia no new
remedy, but of SI years' standing, and approved
by the firt hoi semen in the country. Col. Philo
P. Bush, of the Jerome Park Course, has ased i
for years, and recommends it to bis frieada. Or
ders are constantly received for it from the Racing
Stables in England. It has stood the teit of time;
no one has ever tried it but continues its use. Rec
ollect to get Dr. Tobiaa' Venetian Hons Liniment
in pint bottles, and take no other. Sold by tha
Druggists and Storekeepers throughout tha United
States. Depot 10 Park Place. NewYork.
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IMPURE BLOOD MAKES SICK
The bowels may ba eostira or some organ do ita
work weakly. From canses like these gases and
rammy substances ooonr which poison tha b ood.
the perspiration may be oheoked; the feet mar be
so chilled that their fetil exhalations are throws
back upon the blood. Here is cause for pains, fe
vers, inflammations. In these eases Brandreth'
Pills are worth more than gold. Five or six cure at
onoe. Remember they eura by at onoa removing
from the body those matters whioh poison the blocd
and make ns siok. . These eelebrated Fills should be
in the house) ready. - - -- - ----- . -.
See B. Bbandbbth ia white letter on tha Gov
ernment stamp. Principal omca Bbaxduth's
House, Saw York. Sold by all drnctista, ... ,
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