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BUSIIIESS - DIRECTORY
.ARCHITECT,
T . BKtfOKfcSf
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Architect, Civil tntineer, . ' ' '
; !r Omoa ore tna MatMnal bxctaanga Bank
S; tl .Y
ATTOPJEYS:
Sn'fJJllASJBaB (IAH,K- " --.ri---, r.i i .
a x-A ,v ATTOBMilS AT LAW -,; . ' '
s.,.. . Office. Jio. fiS boain High street, AmboaBuild-
int. " ' '
-it n ; 8 ' ' 1 ' 1 i "i1 . i i i) ' , i ' : n
J,., ATTOKCUSX-AT-LAtV. MAYOR, i
.' ' Majcfi-Office.
. . Hi AIToBpiAT-LAW A Hotarr Public
1 f. i ni . tt i1 l i ! i r . . -
- ATTOBKKVS-AT LAW. !
Offioe S uth High street, Aioboa Building.
-AtCTION AND COMMISSION.
. T43. BEAI-, . - f
J Auctioneer and Dealer In Real Estate Bouse
" ' hold 4iooda. Clothing and Notions, - -' ' '
--,Of.--! .-.wr ..... o,l West Broad atraei.
it-BATH ROOMS.0' b,!
a a ' '
EH4EH4lEK,
"JT Barber and Hair Dresser. ' Hot and Col'
aths. iiaeement Poetoffioe B ildia.
-iau B00K :BINDEKS.
aossiil a tc ULLbK.
eil p. Book Binders Blank Book MaauXaotarers,
printers and PaaUsbera,
' Opera IhilHiTit.
BOOTS & SHOES.
w.
, 'I'i WILLIAIHka; CO., . 1
144 Boutn Uih atreet. J oat remivad.
eiegani assortment, xtew styles, low pnoes. . I
.i eliea, please aU.'
, iktAtvititauu.'s . .. . .
e ' "X Is tbe noted house for rood Boots and Shoes
-iui.,ow prices.- .Aew titook jest received. .
.. ; 376 8eath High street..!
d jra,iaiJ GOAL DEALERS.
3l- i-ltt i ft . ii-
C.-.. 'PtOHt IMN 4fc CO
Dealers ia fittskarga and Ohio CoaL 4 lso.
Joke, Drain Tile and Oujue iewer Pipe.
.': ; - ' No.6l orth His
ish street.
COMMISSION: MERC ttANTS.d
(.3 XXe CumatiMion. Kunrarding and ProduoeUer
ebants, dealers in tiraiu. 'lour. e, W4 .Broaa
itreeu ...
CORSETS.
5 f, 'i
T-- at KA UN a6a V 4Ja.. .
JLe Manulactarers and Dealers in French, Oer
ots Bianaod Americas Comets. Also. Huop rkirts.
. i)-'..- -f.t t t ... - ..... .'. 1VL upera House.
" .-, CROCKERY, &c;
i, ., .
Win. Eiros, -' i .. I. : ..
. Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia China,
Quee'nsware, Glass, Plated Uoods, Lampsand Lamp
fixtures. " 46 Norib Hisn street.
C .a . riAtli
'a ' Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dea'ei
in Crockery, Cbina. Glass. Cutlery, Plated Uoods,
Coat OU Lsjnns, Ac
S69 South High street.
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DENTISTRY, i
WAAANsiH. 4k liJIA.UIiXJt-.lt,
. No. ib East Broad street
We am to be theo.'.
rj. W DllNli, DENTIST. Tbe best styles
oi uentistry, moiuaing uunns Improve j
Uineral Plate.. OUioe, 10 and ll Opera Bloek.
DRY GOODS-
r k,ttkt. ex co..
-1 Kj Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions. Carpets, Oi'
Cloths. Mattings, Shades, Hats, Caps and rira,
; . .corner mgn aua inenq streeta.. :
V! I I
tr.Je
-- .- . 143 rionth Hia-h atreet.
l.ameta Alattinaa. Oil Clotna.i;iu-ta.inB. Sta, la and
U anoy Ltry oooqa. . . . : , . . .
.I I 1. A W. U. tAt, s
XX . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
Sn' Fancy L)rr Goods, and aianufacturers of Ladies'
:e. loaa a -. - - ma. emm rw
-j.'i outt ris asr. tittk uvuusti vui:.
n-J0 Jiram A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods and
ei; .Xioti ns,iao ooatD r oartn street. ,
-TAiniiS NAOUUaON.' ' ' "
J Wholesale and Retail Draler n Dry Goods,
deagbton .Building, o, its and l'-u outn tiigo
Street,
-U1mvl0( AUIulilN. " ' ,- - l --.
XV Dealers in staple and fancy Dry Goods and
uentrrurnisbing ooods. Bo. a Ken tiouee.
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JAAttlSX. bUAi 4k tO..
Dealers in Staple and Fanoy Dry.Gooda
1 tq."?iunin Bign street
- -
-i f.e t'oreiga and Domestic lry Goods, Cloths,
'A m are. atov- ana a aa Buatn iiigB street.
atTOM-ei eoo
DRUGGISTS.
Dfc,f o'sUAtUfci sjientis.
JOHN 8. BO BERTS,.
Jjrugiist and Apothecary
'154 North High street.
I AH L.E tc H I-rsO.H ,
111 WHOLbSALK A REl'AlL DRUGGISTS,
loo South High tit., Colnmbas. O.
I ISA 17 M . SIH I a:tA Ar (
X W hoteeale and Retail Druggists, and Dealer.
in rrupneiary aiedieines. , . , , I
s-.f.- . r , ... 1 1 4 North nigh Street.
.;l0 :,... ENGRAVERS.
,-liiHbsainoot,
m At Designers, Engravers and Publishers. Nota
l Ml .ml AthM mm)a Mwnvnl tn.AHl
- Nos. 1W and lu aonth High street j
FURNITURE, &c
- pOLVKIHllS CAHIMi T 0.,
.1- Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal'
. art in f urniture. Otieira, wattnusea, etc
I; 1 I .t No. 3(01 South High St. (Opera House).
-t - VMIO FVUMIlTBtlCV., '
1 I. J. u..mim(.mraI flratelaaa Furniture. Whole
-'"sate and ate tail Warerooma, 6, 7 and 8 Gwyni.e
- 'Bloek. - i - - -----1-
HOUSE FURNISHING.
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. AAA, Ma. i aWH w tc CO., ;':
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. VWW. U BSDUOS 0UIVOV IU, 1
. nibuius,uooaa. Aieo-Ain.lopper auu cubviuv.
W are. ' - iT lsastTowu treet..
86 as Pis 4k ajraJAMT, - '- -
A" Hoote f ornishiug tic ds. Mantles. Grates
CPr, Tin and. aaaet Iron, Stoves and Mantles
A.i... . - ma, aontn High meet.
t A ttT, fADlOB 4k HUaTr. -l ' -f
' Dealers in Hardware, nous. Furnishing Goods,
- Marble and blato Mantles, Grates, Stoves. Hot Air
r nrnwm, itortn mgn street.
v. HOOP SKIRTS:
l.;
. Kt.kll.
a ' rj. - Alanufaeturec and Wholesale Dealer in Hoon
A bkirts aad Owaets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zephei
m tmA t aaey uovm., avooeau HaBwwa
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BTjipilctcIlY
HOljVE
SEWING MACHINE
, i
DmIov in Mastoid
HnvVandiN, Booi. SU-
tionr and ranor UoodrtatienllT. Bpaoial Aient
rorthaoelabratadKlias Howa Gold Medal Sewioj
Maehina. Wo. 6 B.mfh Hiab atreet. i
Do RnAfrs:&.cAPs.?'TTtx i
IIB8, Ifl. M. L4DFi (
.VI (Saeeaitaor to E. LaaO Dealer in Haia, Cap, i
and btraw Uoodi021l South Hln f treet.
HOTELS.
VT AXIOM AI HBTI L,
Oppoeit Depot
J. H. DAVIU
H. DAVIUS0N. Proitrietor.
u
N1TKD Si AIRS HOfKLf ;
Corner High and Town streets.
- kVJ. BLOUNT, Proprieton
., , f i.ti 1
ZfcTTLCK I
' Coroer Konrta A Friend ata. Coiiinodionl
hon and extensive stables. 1
li. A. BOWERS, Proprietor.
M'
EH CHANTS HOTEL.,
340 South Huts street. Good stabling attaeo
ed to premises.
W P: THATCHER. Proprietor.
: INSURANCE,
t
COMNEC rlCCT nVTDAL LIFE J
oranee Company. Assets. S18.lQ9.OO0. .
- wr at. A.Mioun, jisena. uoiumDua. v.
EWKIHK nitTEBF.K6CR,
GBNKRAbAUEHTBSeeoritTLifalnsa ranee
Companr, . . ' . . Ke. 6 Opera House.
HOME INSfJKANCE COITIPAIf Or
Columbus. O. ' apital and Assets, 46014.17.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y. ; . . - ,
Onicn. Mos. T Opera House .
MILLINERY ' GOODS.
c
H.MMaoais, -
a' Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
191 S. Uicb street. Opera House Blook.
IIKNA.OOWNMG,
mings. No-67 Pi'urihHisn street.
J H. WILKIf, - -e
Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim-
minis ad iTancT Uoods. -130 tsouth Hb street. .
MERCHANT TAILORS. ,
SGHAFHAIIseN aOHliLEBEl,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, . ' '
. ., . xno.se norm mgn itreet, .
C-W. N1HWANDEK, - ...
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur-.
Dishing Goods. . Also agent for the Diamond Shirts.
- . . . - .n. o . v. u : u .
THCS OHIO nRRCHtNT TAILOKINS
A CLOTHING CO., 185 8. High at. Gents'
suits made to order, u Beady-nude Clothing ai-
wajrs on band.
JOHN H. RUKBBACHKU,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Uents' c ornisbing oooda. ' y
. - no. ot norm nun street.
JOHN HCSTEB, ' ., .
. MERCHANT TAILOR. 130 South Hiith at.
Choice stock of Clothing constant! on hand. -
NEWS DEALERS.
ARDKBWS Sc HULL., V I
--News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High street, next door to Postoffiee.
ITIKKU. VUkMAIIIN,
X?. - News Dealer. Bookseller. Statinner-and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Kng ish.
- ' Ml i-tOU.U HUD 8LTS
V PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDREWS, -fEKKY 4c CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ins; and W rapping Papers, 83 96 North High su
N i VlnsaiHlEKS.
' Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 86, 38 A 40 Nor. h High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BAA.AtWA.vJ .4k sTKVKNs,
. ., PHOTOGRAPHERS. . -
ci ooni n mgn streei.
-f HOTlKJ K A PHt R. 10T South High street.
Pictures made in every style and size. -
D.
J. AHCREK, " - . ;
Photographs, Ambrotypes, 3ems, etc., ete
' No. 23C South High street.
, PHYSICIAN, i
Jj ' 11." DOWNS JTX. !., ' '
M2Jm No. S Uoera HnnBB. Treats Diaeaxeaof the
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
PIANOS.
Jr. ASA UK IS 4c CO.,
, Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte k
Co.'s and Haines & Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
aieiodeuas and otner musical ingtreuients.
t . , . . He North Uigb f treet.
Jsj. WOODS,
e Asent for Chiefeerings and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Melodeons and Sbeet tlneio.
Ul South Hign street.
RESTAURANT.
B
ANK EXrHANOK REST A 17 KANT,
Corner Stale and Hieh rtreets. " -..
. - CH tRLE V 41 V ER, Proprietor. :
SEWING MACHINES.
A ET1A ShWING illACHINES, .
rV The best in the world. Noa. 1 and 1 Onera
House. - W. PIMMEL, General Agent. -
1 WATCHES AND JEWELRY. :
SJ.' UVraBi.M CO.. -i
. -. , - - it. . tii - r
a..e Ateaiera id x ine r? aicnea. viocsa, awcuj,
Platedware. Spectacles. Ac. No. 11 Eat Town
street..
1A i-.S tc HAIIHinUlOm,
vX (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch a. Jewelry, Silver Ware and Spec
taoiea. No. S Neil Hobec -
Pi.L LEMIVCREIIX, .
e Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelry. N o. 71 South High street
STRICTLY. WHOLESALE.
B
ANCMOFI' MHOS. 6c ;o.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwvnne Block. Town street.
KfcKD. Junes Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS . HEKEBV GIVE!" TO
all whom it may eonoern. tbat the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking mpany at the city oi Cleveland,
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
.be State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February S4tn, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tl at end has. in pursutnoe of the statutes of the
said ntate ef 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 ot State of the said Slate of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Seeretarv and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio ior the redemption of its outstanding notes of
. -.: . .1 c .1 hi-; 1 iv i.
of i leve.and. at the raid oity of Cleveland, whu.
said City Bank is located
. Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, July 8th, 1888, - -?
.. . . - ri jUEMUEL WICJi. President, j
jyll-dltaw6m , '
NOTICE.
. . BANK OF COMMERCE,
CtBVEL AND, May s, 1868. J
NOTICE ISHEBEBY CIVEN TO THE
WiIh nf th. niitjUAiulina notes of the lata
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after tbe expi'atioa of six months from tbia
uale, application will be rr.ade to the Auditor, Sco
re! ary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Btnkth. at. eka dafMMitMH tn iiira the outstanding
circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of thefortj
A i At i .I... . . . . - 1 ' 1 1 .
in., k-"' .w.wu w! me act to auiuomo rr aii
tog, pasaed March Slst. 1861
n JOSEPH PERKINS. President
- a. K. Hcblbct, Cashier. . Cmar36 d6m
The Sisters of St. Mary'tf,
hPTHE IrttlNGD, RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupil on
the first Monday in oeptemoer, t or Board and
Tuition. 676, 80. S86 and too, aooording to tbe de-
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PartUlVU. Ul Mi.ir,iii, . aM mwb., oup t.
Address Box 161. - au3-dtf
FOR HALE.
otTTK PROHKRTY FORMERLY OWNFD BV
1 . Rudolph Rickly. on the Aational road, east
Blind Asvluui, couaiauug oi uouoie nricx nouse,
stable, slaughter bouse and outbuildings, and one
-era and a aaii tit a1 .wmmi, ui
"!!r'Ma, . JACOB IMS.
eotT-eodlm 16 East J-riend street,
MEDTCAL.
WOMAN.
FEMALES, OWING TO "THE
peculiar and important relations which
they sustain, their peculiar organization
and the offices they perform, are subjectj
to inatly'sfafffrings. Freedom from these..
contribute in no small degree to their.
happiness and welfare, for none can
happy who are ilL Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaint
can long be suffered to run ou without
involving the general health of the in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness arid Drematurw decline.' Nor
-.1 i ii i ; r iill'
is ii pleasant iu cuusuu a puy siciaii lur tue
relief of these various delicate affections
and only npon the most urgent necessity,
will ft true; Woman so 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 those troublesome
complaints peculiar to the sex.; 3 j
HELMBOLD'S
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EXTRACT. OP lill'IIU
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of
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Hundreds suffer on in silence, and
undreds of others pply vainly to drug";
gists snd doctors, who either merely tau. j
tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worsq J
would not wish to assert anythinf. that
would do injustice to the afflicted, but I
am obliged to say that although it may
be produced from excessive exhaustiori
of the- powers of life, by laborious em
ployment, unwholesome . air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap
plied to the mucous membrane of the
vagina itself, . , r 5. r: ,( x .. . ! .'
When reviewing the causes of these
istressing 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,
tbe 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, tbe work of destruc
tion is half accomplished. ;
In consequence of this early strain
upon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by thedelicate votary to re
tairi'her situation4 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
posure to nigut air ; tbe sudden change
of temperature ; the complete prostra
tion produced oy 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 of
the experience ot thousands ot our young
women.
.Long before tbe ability to exercise.the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an education ot their peculiar
nervous system, composed ot what is
called the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident
ly nnder the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has sell-completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Leucorrboea, Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued .Periods, for .Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
oner the most perfect specific known
ttELMBOLD S UOMPOCND. ! .EXTRACT OF
Buchu. Directions for use, diet, and
advice, accompany.
Females in every period of life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions, strength is tbe giory of
manhood and womanhood. Uelmbold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations oi liark
or Iron, infinitely safer, and more pleas
ant. Hblmbold's Extract Buchu,
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in the United
States, is now onerea to amictea nu
manitv as a certain cure for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity, Mental and .Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Uetermination ot JUlood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Kestlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular Lthciency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Lmaciation, trow spirits, Disor
ganization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the 'Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and . Debilitated state of the
system. To insure the genuine.cut this
out. Ask for Helmbolu's. Take no
other.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every-
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y.
None are genuine unless done np in
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ALBANY, Oct. 24, 1868.
76 the -Editor of- Hit "W&rld: ?
i5Silt Fre 1S36 tfli- 1S46'.-1 swaA a
Detriecrkt, and voted'i lhv. Democratic
tickets'. -i In-1848 I vitei the Free iSpil
ticket, headed ty Martih Van Bur en'
i'i'ne cerV'uption f political parties, hut
a'tealp jalottBantWBhTBryT sentiment,
nduced niMto. tbe step.VVJ. he trreat
party', then created and-.started on' its
course,' said td slavery, thus tar, buf .no
farther,suIiv.tbc4i:go.!:,anansv'.Upd
slarvery via- dead,) a- thingw the. past, a
bio t but a blot now. tvrrpunded with air
Writing on btt page. history ,; The
slave power,: when 'litfoand-t: itself
thwarted, LattenjpUdi t,ndissever-, Abe
Unions to riiin, what it, ffpuid, not jrule.
v ia 'April,, ip&l, JL. entered the military
Servicer, and, .-as, a;. griyate-; soldier- aid
offioet, served tbe cause the - Union
until -pear, the close of the , war, having
arrived home broken in health. in- Feb
ruary, x865..,t.The Uniaa was, restored,
slavery- obliterated Irom the map pi i;he
Cnited States, not a . hostile", foot, -trod
9.H1N tewtorvj ,anL Jwatl.tqiisjied I
rejoHjea ai me giuj-iouiy-eiut. . iiii? laci
that Government lke ours) "based upon
the jjopular will, possessed an inherent
power competent ior our. preservation
had been demonstrated".''" V "
lrtielreW 'that thar triuch-abused
statesman? trie r martyred jLincoIn' tBen
understood the situation. He was: so
well satisfied that the rebellion had been
-crushed out; that those lately in rebel
lion were honestly-sick ot? war and de
sired peace? ithat'the; inore1 intelligent
biiu luo vuiiiiitiiiu puaoim su iur
Southern States were honest wnen they
declared irfefr anxiety and the feihgie.de-
sire to be allowed to repair and set in
mbVioi?3fBelr,zStat eeovernments, and
that, by peaceful pursuits, the people
might be allowed to repair damages, to
provide themselves with food, clothes,
and bouses, and to raise themselves from
the condition of abject poverty and want
n which the war had left them. 1 then
supDosed, and now fully believe, the' pro
fessions of those Southern people sincere
and made in good laitb. ,
On this supposition civil governments
were so far set in motion in tbe South
ern States that tbeir adoption of the
amendment to the United States Consti
tution abolishing slavery was declared
valid.'.. If no such civil government ex
isted in those States, then that amend
ment has never been made. ' If the 'as
sassin's band had not reached President
Lincoln, I believe uo different State gov
ernments would have existed at the
South. Military governments, to give
places and positions to the army officers
created by the war, contained no suffi
cient reasons or arguments to bis mind.
He was a man of peace, and, when there
was no prospect of war, believed a large
standing army was useless, except to eat
out the substance of the people. The
boutberti people asked to be put upon
their good behavior, and I believe no
child after a severe chastisement was
ever more anxious to regain the good
win ot a parent, than were the great ma
jority, including all the better people of
the boutb, to satisfy tbe people of tbe
North of their sincerity in asking to be
reinstated, and of their future fidelity to
tbe Union, ihey then said, and they
now say, tbat they had staked every
thing they possessed on the effort to dis-
solve the Union, and had failed; and,
as the Union is indissoluble, all they ask
is to be as Mates portions of tbe Union.
Neither holding nor desiring office,
poBsesing means for my own support, on
my own motion, to satisfy myself
have recently passed over most of the
Southern States. Alone, unmolested,
without insult or abuse, without any
thing to excite fear or apprehension, fre
queutly announcing myself - a recent
Union soldier, seeking the acquaintance
of Southern people, neither seeking nor
avoiding military or bureau officials,
treating . the colored population as
would here or in New York city, I went
wherever it suited me. Reconstruction.
as inaugurated and carried on by Con
gress ts a jatiurc, ana must, in the
nature ot things, continue a failure.
To-day the southern people, as a
mass, are, and wish to be, peaceable
and quiet. They have bad war enough,
and if they desired war, are too very
poor too prosecute it. As at the North,
as in Lngland and ranee, so in the
South, there are bad men of all the va
rious sorts. - If I had gone into drink
iag saloons, brothels, gambling hells at
the South, or in New York City or
Washington, on my way thither, I could
have had fights and troubles, and may
be I might have been killed; and, if in
the latter cities, little would have been
said or thought of it, while if my death
had thus occurred at the South, it would
have been charged to the Ku-Klux-
Klans, or some other almost imaginary
cause. 1 satishea myself that in een
eral terms, all the outrages at the South
are just such as occur daily at the
North.
One cause of trouble there does not
exist here. A horde of colored people,
now they are tree, possessing rather ex-
tenaed and indefinite ideas of freedom,
naturally indolent, herding together in
villages and cities, leaving tbe country
without its usual or necessary amount
of labor, with their fashions for meetings
of all kinds, petted by designing men
from North and South, who see in them
elements of power, fed and thereby kept
tn idleness by tbe reedmen s .bureau
they get up, or are the cause of broils
and drunken fights among themselves, or
with the white loafers, who herd or mix
with them. These are the sum and sub
stance of the Southern outrages (where
any do occur) of which we read and hear
so much.
The whole country needs peace and
needs a statesman for President. Know
ing what I do, believing and feeling as
1 do, 1 shall vote tor Horatio beymottr.
Of General Grant as a successful milita
ry leader, I have nothing to say. His
present rank and pay are all tbat any
man can ask. As a politician and states
man he has no record; no living man can
tell what he will or will not do if elect
ed. Political parties have been sadly
cheated or disappointed by taking men
on trust, and they have been served
rightly enough. The only isolated act
of General Grant as a civilian to which
we can refer, is that of voting for James
Buchanan in 1850! I dare not trust the
reins of this Government in its present
state to a mere chieftain. The history
of the world shows that military men
seldom yield up power when in their
hands, and the same history shows that
until now all popular governments have
been overthrown by military usurpers,
but not, I am sorry truth compels me to
say, until the people have become de
bauched by the blandishments of niilita-
ry sdecesses. -' !;:!: i. ..-.. : ?
- I know Governor Seymour. He has
never been very popular with the' great
'wire-pullers of his party. .The purity of
his priva e life is known and admitted
by all candid men. ; He has none, even,
- of the little vices. The slavery issues,
. upon which I have heretofore voted
' against ihim, are dead things of the
past. As a statesman of not transcendent,
yet of more than ordinary talents, yet
'"possessing the qualities of kindness add
benevolence in- an extraordinary degree,
: united, with sound judgement, great cau
tion, and extensive acquaintance with
men and events, with nothing of bigotry,
treating the acts and opinions of others
with charitable consideration, while de
fending his own with firmness. Mr. Sey
mour is a man eminently fit for the Pres
idency .in this emergency, In time of
actual war I would not vote for him un
less assured he would have the best Gen
erals around him. In time of peace I
would vote for him, believing war almost
impossible whilelie should be President.
I shall vote for Mr. Seymour because I
. believe the country desires and can have
peace without any sacrifice of principle.
' " '" ' Truly yours, ' IT'''i .
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In witnew whereof. I bave hereunto subaerit'ed
nt name, and caosed tbe Beat of my
IsbalJ . Offioe to be affixed, the day aad year above
.r- written. . . . -. i,.-.;
JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of Bute.
-- By Jas. Williams, Cbiet Clerk.
Geo. F. O'Uarra & Co., Jgcnis,
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AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE.
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP'y,
OF SAN.FBAIKCISCO, CAL..
CERTIFICATE ' FOK PUbLiCATIO!.
.' . - AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICBJ
Department of Inscrancb.
- i Columbus. Sept. ith, leM.)
It is hereby certified, Tbat the Pacini lnauranee
Company, located at San Francisoo, in tbe State of
California has complied, in all respects, with- itbe
laws of this State relating to snch Insurance Com
panies, for the current year, and baa: filed in tbia
office a sworn statement, by the proper officers,
showing its condition and business, at tbe date of
suoh statement, as follows, gold cuirency s . p.t
Amount of actual paid up Capital. ... $1,000,000 OO
Aggregate amount of available assets..' 1,989,818 08
Aggregate amount of Liabilities...... SMx 98
Amount of income ioc the preceding
- year....'. '7OS,00s TO
Amount of expenditures for the pre--
ceding year , 38.fS5 IS
' In witness whereof. I bave hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office
IskalJ to be affixed, tbe day and year above
written. - ';-
JAS. WILLIAMS.
Chief Clerk lor. Auditor of State.
"Geo. F. O'flarra & Co.AgVots,
(Nauohtom Block). . r -
Columbns, O.
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AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS CF THE '
NORTH BRITIsn & MERCANTILE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of London and Edinburgh.
i AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICB.i
Insurance Dkpahtmsnt.
Columbus, O., Sept. 18, iws.)
It is hereby eertified. That th. North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany. of indon and
tdinbunth, has comi lied in all rrsptcts with tie
laws of this SUte relating tor ire Inaaraaea Com
panies of foreigbn Gevernmeots. for toaenrrent
year. including tne deposit of One Hundred Thou
. sand Dollars for the eecimty of Pohoy holders re
idingin tbe S'sto ol Opto, and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers, filed in this dewatt
ment shows its condition and business at the date
of such statement (Dec. 31, 1867) as follow, r
Amount of actual paid np eopiial- 450.000
Aggregate amount of available assets e3 6O3.80S 86
Aggregate amount of liabilities.. J.742.S10
Amount of income for the preceding '
. . year
Amount of expenditures for thepreced-
-ing year. VPST.! S4
v Ia witness whereof. I have hereunto sahasrlbad
, , my nam. and caused the Seal of my Offioe
SEAL. ! to be affixed the day and year above
.,.- written. - ' !.-i:-;a
" JVS. H. GODMAN-Anditot of Slate..
By Jas. Wiluams. Chief Clerk. 1
Geo. F. O'flarra LCq Age nts,
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