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COLUMBUS, OHIO I
THtTK10lT nORNINS.
- WOT. .
mt3th closed in Nevr York yesterday at
32. - - - .
Election Majorities.
NEW YORK.
Sftmotjb'b majority tn New York ' aboi t
10,000, and Hoffman's (Democratic cand -date),
lor Governor, la 25 000. The Repub
lican! hare a '.majority la the Legislature,
which electa A United States Senator In
place ol Senator Morgan, Republican.
NEW JERSEY.
This State hasjtWen Sktmour a majority
of 1,000, and the Democratic candidate for
Governor 2,500. The Democrats havt a
majority of Seven on joint ballot in tfce
Legtelatnre-three la the Senate and ; lour
in the Hoo.se. The election of" a Democrat
to succeed Mr. Frelinghuyskn (Republi
can) In the United Senate is thus secured.
The Democrats have Rained two Congressmen.
LOUISIANA.
This State has given JsrrnocR a large
majority.
MASSACHUSETTS.
Grant's malorlty in this State is over
70,000.-' a'.' a .-rv;i3-- .-k. -V-'Q
CONNECTICUT.
' The majority lor Grant in this State is
3,345. ,'oy-
NEBRASKA.
. It is estimated that Grant's majority in
this State Is about 4,000.
NEBRASKA. INDIANA.
The indications are that Grant's major-,
ity in IndlanajS about 10,000.
[CALIFORNIA AND OREGON.
Both tbese States are in doubt, with the
" tcjobl fn"dinn 1 n favor of Grant.
IN MINNESOTA.
The Democrats elected their candidate fcr
Cjnjrresa In the Second District, which is
the DUtrlct no w represehted by Donnkixt
OHIO.
vThlndJoatlons ar$ that Grant's major-'
,i.Vhlois WtnOQOJwm v'i
MAINE.
Seymour's majority In this State is about
RHODE ISLAND.
In this State Grant's probable majority
DELAWARE.
Eacheounty in this State is Democratic,
and the Legislature is unanimously so.
KENTUCKY.
Kentfrky has jrjYen over 70.000 majority
for Sbtmour and elected all the Democrat-
ic candidates for Congm s.
MISSIOURI.
Has undoubtedly given Grant a large ma
KANSAS.
Has given Grant an increased majority
overthe last Republican-majority;
KANSAS. SOUTH CAROLINA, TENNESSEE AND ARKANSAS.
Bftafgojiei tor HO J0D
NORTH CAROLINA.
Istndoubt. ,nA
MARYLAND, GEORGIA, ALABAMA AND LOUISIANA.
I AAA
. Have, given large, majorities to Seymour,
- t' wHl be a few days before" we shall be;
able to obtain the accurate majorities ia
taostf jtha States .
MARYLAND, GEORGIA, ALABAMA AND LOUISIANA. The Republican Press Jubilating.
The Republlpan press .yesterday In
dulged in a good deal of thanking God for;
the electionjol General Grant. Tbpy7Qne
Cand all couitrijed ils.leclioi'aaaD In
dorsement of the Reoonstruction policy of
Congress; and as a total crushing out 6f the j
Jemocratio; -party jwitliji 4oqtrine -ft ;
' jsqaal i-axanoo o. udo m-rency ioiv aii, !
and of Retrenchment and Reform ; and
they ran over with very joy.' They claim
have, everything right now-t-Congress
' and the President and tbey say they can
uf'every thing into, yights-a, thing they i
were unable tosdo under President John- !
g'sadminlstratiori.
t According to their own showing, if the
Republicans shall full to give to the coun-
.try a satisfactory administration If they
' don't restore perfect onion, absolute peace
- -and abundant prosperity it will not do for
' them to undertake to. throw the responsi-
illty of their failure upon other Bhoulders.
i.JSyerythlnsI now 48 tney said they want
icd It:- -They profess unlimited confidence
in the patriotism, Integrity and ability of
General Grant. It will not do lor them to
- ay.r they were ' . disappointed, if he
' should fail ,to fulfill their expec
I iationa. :, ti'And ' . they must give . the
people a . satisfactory administration;;
they must ' reduce ': the . taxes ; . they
mast put the Public Debt la course ol ex
tinction; they must pacify the South and
PJ 11 on uiciii jqwi iaj prosperity.
At their urgent request, and upon prom
ise of better conduct in the future, the
Republican party has been given two years
lease nporrthe Legislative and a four years
lease upon the Executive Departments of
theGoTernment., .,,,., ,.., , ,
, I Qae. Bepublicaa paper, ablaze with,, en
thusiaaoa joyer - the ; election --of Grant,
ahpujs out:, -- '7 ..... , . ,
"The Northern States have been swept
as with a consuming tire, shriveling into
nothingness not only the Democratic lead
era, but the entire Democratic party. The
October, elections demoralized the Dem -
eratift party.-Tbe November elections ob
- Merited it. - It has become a thing1 of X&e
" past; a hideous memory." ;
. i Whoever Imagines- that the election rf
Grant has obliterated" . the Democrats
party f'laya- a nattering unction- to f
'sonfthat may in the future give him sV
prious annoyance. It has not become a
. thing of 'the past, or a ' "hideous mtmo
t ry; To-day It is- stronger in Electoral
irotes than it was four Ly ears age; to-day
It has more members of Congress than last
year; to-day , it counts more votes in its
rtqk than U did four years ago9. It stands
the guardian- of the , Union, of the
Coastltutlon(,Aud of the Rights of
the People. When there shall be
no more Union; when there shall be
no more ' Constitution'; when the peo
ple shall have no rights; when they are
mars serfs and vassals; then, and not until
, hen wjll the Democratic party ."have be-
1 feftBie a thine of the past." ' With unfa ter-
Ing 'vfgllaned'wilt the Demooratlo1 party
. twaCehi '. thoJ administration of General
Graxt, , It win praise where praise is due;
it) will 'Condemn where condemnation is!
proper.; Although beaten, it will not re
i nit its labors la behalf of snob policy and
VncpV., measures, as!;,' ar; .'' calculated ;, to
romote' the. welfare of the mass ol the
peopIe..( IVhUet 'office may be desirable to
'P3T h siass of the party will b$ meas
MaWysMttisfied if they can force the Re-
.publicans to administer the Government In
aceordatiSowUh the Conatitutlon and sab
servient JCdjYlho, public good,: ThU they
will yetf compel that party to do, or cause
tho people to drive it out of power.
- Tin First Ohio Congressional District
Went Republican yesterdayj by 1,796 ma
jority., EggJeston was defeated In October
by a Democratic majority of ';211-Cin.
Com' t , , ,. n- '?
eWhioh fact shows IKer want Ofco'nffdence
the voters of the First District bad In
The Journal Betraying its Party
Leaders.
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The has a habit of vubllshlng
illy anxl unfounded falsahoods, which has
hxxwne chronic. In Its fssue of yesterday
In an article glorifying over the result of
th election In this city, it says: " "V
"We have asserted and Insisted since the
13th day of October, that there were 500
fraudulent votes cast in this city at the
State election. This gain demonstrates to
a dead certainty that we underestimated
rather than overestimated that illegal vote.
It furnishes the most unroui vocal and un
answerable proof that the allegations made
Dy tne Republican party with reference to
naturalization frauds' and other frauds.
weie literally and circumstantially true, '
Let us take a glance at this charge. Be
cause there were over 6 000 votes polled in
October in this city the Journal charges
t iatover five hundred wi re fraudulent:
The rati! rots polled In Colnmbtu oa the Sd
tnesony ol uo oberwu B.wsa
Oa the 3d of Koiembec it was 5.816
Lou in vote... a.. ; i7
The Demceratie vote in October ws 3 937
T do , . Ao Korember w. 3.606
Democratic loss.
402
Leaving two hundred and sixty-three of
the-vote, charged by the Journal lo be
fraudulent, yet to be accounted for.
Toe Kepublican rote in Columbus for Grant
end Oolfax was ,3U
In October for R'publicau ticket... .'. 2.118
Republican Rain iu&
: -Thus, except 163, all of the. lraudulent
votes 1 charged 1jr the Journal are ac
counted for. It was , voted against
ikymour and '.'Blair and , for Grant
hd Colkax, The vote of the Demoo
r.icy- was ' but its ; usual ;vote that o:
h i" Republicans largely and strangely Inert-used
during the two elections If, then,
there was fraud if the" real vote of the
iity, on a full turn out, is less than 5.500,
then the excess in November, according to
the Journal t own article, was that of im
ported votes double voters and pipe lay-e-s.
The three hundred and sixteen addi
tional votes In Columbus, polled on Tues
day, Over and above what the Journal says
is the full and legal vote of the city, must,
If . Its facts' and figures, and the argument
drawn from them be correct, all have
been given to Grant and Oolfax. and we
would like to have the Journal explain how
i- is, in the face of the election laws, and
of ood morals and the purity of the ballot
bo tTtlie leaaers of that party dare commit
su-.h fltgrant frauds. " "
There is no getting out of this predica
ment in which the folly ol that sheet has
placed its editor. Either be lies, willfully
Hid deliberately, when he says that the
vote in October was over' five hundred
greater than the number of legal voters in
the city, or else the leaders of its party
have been guilty of fraud that should send
them to the Penitentiary for importing and
voting persons not legally entitled to the
elective franchise. Which horn of the di
lemma will that sheet take?
Oregon Legislature Broken up by
a Factious Minority.
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' At the spring election in Oregon, the
Democracy carried the Legislature by a
decided-working majority, but not suffi
cient to form a quorum, without the aidol
a portion of the Republican members. To
break up this quorum, and thus to set the
will of the people aside, the Radical mem
bers, a few days sincp, resigned their seats,
thus leaving the majority powerless to act,
except to adjourn.' .'.,'-:'..' ., -t.'.VI ",
'Id 1842," the anti Democratic members of
the Ohio Legislature did the 6ame thing
lor the purpose of preventing the ' State
from being "THstxicted- for" Congressional
purposes. The result was, the Democrat
ic majority in: the next" Legislator was
Increased"' and 'most of the 'men engaged
in the dishonest act, were consigned toi a
political oblivion.Such conspiracies against
the StateGovcrnment blocking the wheels
of Legislation, never did inure to the ben
fit of the i Jarty.- makin j the experiment.
Oregon, as the next Legislative election
wrir 'show, 'will be no exception in,. the
rule.
The Gorham Manufacturing Company
of Providence, R. I.—The
Silversmiths of the World.
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Everybody knows that the United States
have surpassed all the rest of the world in
mowing machines and reapers, but every
body don't know that the largest and roost
complete manufactory' of solid silver and
silver-plated ware on the two continents is
at Providence, ' E. I.; and it is hot only
large, but it Is great. It is not only great
in size, but in character, : It not only em
ploys several hundred men to do the best
work, but ' it - teaches and directs them
ti do the best work , in the best way.
But silver ware has ceased to be merely
useful; our spoons are something more
than little flit bowls with handles, and our
forks must have other attractions than
their prongs. The public demands that
able furniture should be ornamental as
well as useful that taste and beauty of de
sign should accompany excellence of
workmanship. All these are points . in
which the Gorham Company are admitted
to excel all other makers.'., Their epergnes
and various center pieces and other orna
mental work are marvels of beauty and
elegances Jabez. Gorham began working
in silver nearly forty years ago, and the
site of the honest workman's bench has
now become an immense manutactory,
employing . over four hundred men.
Artists make , designs that only
other artists can mould and other artists
finish ; and the result is that united beauty
and utility wbioh gives domestic appoint
ments an air of culture and refinement.
The Gorham Company uses only the best
materials, employs only the best workmen,
and of course produces only the best work;
but to ail this It adds that crowning grace
of refined taste that adds so much value to
;f whatever 11 teaches., Everything bearing
their trade-mark can be relfed upon.
. Remember that election returns which
appear in Republican papers the morning
after an election are never reliable thev
always come down a notch or two. They
will come down to-morrow. xajrfon ledg
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We hope so. They are too high to-day,
Don't Burn the Leaves.
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. The Evansville Journal says: "We are
surprised to see property holders in various
parts of the city raking up the leaves that
have fallen- from their shade trees, and
burning them in the street. It would be
the part of wisdom to gather them- op and
spread over their grounds front and back
yards. Tbey would be invaluable as a fer
tilizer, besides protecting the ground from
the baletul influences of frost. This is one
of the wise provisions of nature, by which
the great forests of the Western world are
fertilized,, just like the great prairies are
fertilized by the luxuriant grasses tbey
produce. s Bonfires -made of leaves please
the children, but it would be wise to put
them to better use.".: -vr ."
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T Fldie's Galveston (Tex.) Bulletin says that
the Rev. J. N. Rogers, of Memphis, Tenn
who has been reprimanded by Bishop
Qulntard for ritualistic practices, "some
years since sent a circular all over the
South begging for money to build a mag
aificlent church to the memory of the Con-fprlpratA-
dead.' The scheme iell tbrousrh
after considerable sums had been collected,
because, as it appeared, the reverend gen
tleman was more, fond of making a com
Jortable nest for the living, than of build
ing a monument to the dead." ---
DIED.
KENT On Tneaday. November S, 1868. at a
'.aarter past nine o'clook f. M , C'HBi.ES W.
.uNi.agod ss jean.5 month and S days.
The funeral (erricei will take place at the resi
;imonof bia father. Mo.' 332 East Hound street, on
ridar afte aooa. Sot. uta, at S o'clock. The
' ' iendi and acquaintance! of the family are re
1 ueited to attend. 1
New Advertisements.
tW Xhe Ohio 8Mtramai ban a
Career Clrcnlatloa than amy pa
per pabllshed In llila City or Cen
tral Ohio. Adverlisera -will hear
(hie la mind.
Attention, Fenians I
To ths 3fsmbrt of thi O' If til Circle. Military and
A meetin of the BroterSood of the ebova Oir.
ele will be held on t RIO AY, the 0th iot., at John
O'Brien's house. Maple itreet. Bntinefa of the
utmost importance requires tbeir attendance.
Ujr order. . FATK10K MURFUy.
. nova-die Sd l.ieat. Military Oirclo
Emollient Cream.
THIS PELIGIIl t Uli ANDGI.EOtST
preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering ootumendatiora from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to brine
it again before the publio. assuring them tnat it
steads nnrivalled aa the best protector of the akin
afftinsttoe luoitmcncy ni toe winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduoes to its health, purity
and preserval ion. For heal ng abrasions. Chap
ped Hands, r ace. Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
itnasno equal, wnne its toothing; qnalitiea and
delightful fragrance render it a neaes;arv spoend-
i to the toilet. Prepared only by MAKrLG A
K1TSON, 1 ispensin; Chemists. 100 South High
street, oiumD-js, unio. nov4-aeoaawe..n
J, VIENNOT & CO.,
GENEEAL NEWSPAPER '
Advertising Agents.
; 13 nastsn street, new XerK.
(.Ettalllthi & in 1862.)
We beg to cull the attention of advertiser! f o
our agency, uur facilities with all the first class
laiiy papers in the eountry are second to none,
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atd Sonth A merioan papers, with whom we have
exo'usive eon'racts We are the onlv bonsadoing
We can. by special pera'ission. refrrto
Mr. H. T. UaiaiBoLD. Druggist, .69 Broadway.
Hew T ork. -
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street, nev lori,
Messrs Hall & Kuciil, SIS Greenwich street,
New York.
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LBamna a street.
Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York.
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octiU-eod3m
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' PNr- ovtwlt
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to grade and pave on Third street
from Hickory alley to North itreet.
Section I. Se it ordained by the City Council
of theoity of Columbus (two-thirds of alt the mem
bers concurring), That the unpaved sidewalks
and flutters be graced and paved on Third stieet
from Hiokory alley to North street, in accordance
with the plat thereof on file in the office of the
City Clerk.
Sec. 9. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from the foregoing improvement, (ball be
assessed and levied upon the several lots of land
fronting or abutting theron, in proportion to their
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Oct. 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
eetso-
. Resolution to Contract.
Seeoleed, That the City Civil Engineer be. and
he s hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Peter
kagen, for building m donble row Sag crossing
across Public alley at the west side of High street,
upon the follow ing terms, to-wit: -For
excavating or grading. Forty-five
eents per
eubio yard.
For boulder paving. Forty-five cent per square
yardv
For flagging, 14 inches wide, Sixty eents per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Oct. 28, 1868. -
.-f.: Aitestr L. E. WILSON, -rol30-dlt
City Clerk.
7 FOR RENT.
THAT LsKCK AND COMITfODlorS
Brick Warehouse on the corner of North Pub
lic lane and Center alley. Being elose to all tbe
railroad treigbt houses ia the oiiy makes it a very
desirable place for receiving and shipping freights
Kor further particulars. bodIv to the nnriAnni-njul
. l' nn.. .f it,, n ii a n o d
Columbus, Dot 36.
oc.96.-dxw r-
., ,. FOR HALE.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
rKsWdtr M 10 RICHARD NEVINH.
PHAI.OJi'8 PAPHlAfl i.OTIOW' .
for Beautifying the SKIN and COMPLEXION
Removes all ERUPTIONS. FRECKLES, PlM
PLES, MOTH BLOICUKs, 1AH, etc, ,
and renders THE SKIN SOFT, FAIH
and BL00MIHO. ' " 1 .
For LADIES in the NURSERY it is invaluable
For GENTLEMAN after SHAVING it has ne
aqnaL "PAFHIAN LUiiun" is the only reii
able remedy for diseases and blemishes of ths
SKIN. ' "
YNT-myM-eodiy
::- :.'FL0B DE MAYO." ; ' . .'. , . 1
. "FLOa DE MAYO."
A NEW PERFUME for the Mfl Aijuutcaiisr
EXQUISITE, DELICATE, Lasting FRAGBANCi
PHALOH f, SON, H.. I. OOia Dy au Arugguiui
VNY-mj-22-eodlyj . ......
FHALOWS 'FAPHIAN BOA?" for the T0HET'
N0K?ERY. and BATH, will not chap th
SKIN. Price 25 cents per cake.
YNf-mjliU-eodly
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
lo all tcAom it may Ccncern : -
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. " 1
Columbus. O., fen. 8. 1868.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
institute.! in the City Council of Columbus for mak
ing the following improvements, to-wit:
For grading and paving the unpave.1 sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third sirae from Hickory
alley to North street;
Also, for aradiitc and Tinvinr tb nnoaved side
'walks, gutters and crossing, on the south aide of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street;
Also, for grading and paving the cutters and cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and grading the
roadway oa Mohave; street, from South Public lane
to Sjearaore street. ,
Also, for sradina and reDavlna1 the sidowalk and
gutter and era -sing on Rich street, in front of Lot
No. 6 of Dennison's snhdivinian nf itntlot No 39:
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
unapei street, irom r air alley to r ront street;
Also, for grading and navine the cutters and
curbing on thesontn sideof Ch. pel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
ml at?
A. so. for buildirg a double row flsg orossing
across Linn alley at iha east side of High street:
The same to be done in accordance with the plats
tiAAr unci filed in tha nmf, of ti. Citv Clerk.
A 11 TiArsnnfl nlaimint? dimimi nn acfionnt of Said
proposed improvements, are -required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the &igoieenth day of November, A. L.
1868. . . '
' """ LI E WILSON,
05t5 dltaw4w. ! City Clerk. :
Paving Notice.
To ail wAom it may Concern :
. ', .' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
. ' Columbus, O.. Sept. l, M68.J t
Kntlca is hereby aiven that proceedings have boen
instituted in the City Council of Coiuuikus, for
mamng tueioilowiDgimproTemenie. lo-wit, i
Kor reoavine the suiters and resetting tbe curb
Ing on tbe west side of Seventh street between
Friend street and Rioh street.
- Also, for paving the unpaved sidewalbs on the
east side ot rmn street Deiween men street aiu
Cherry street. ' ,
Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street
rWim nifrh mtrttmt to Fair allev.-' ': .
. Also, for grading tbe roadway of Hamlet street
north from the C. O. A C. railroad de-ot to the line
of W m. Nell's property.
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plat and
estimates to be prepared By tne tity civa tngi
nAr bj,H filed in the offioa of the Citv Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account, of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
. olaimsin the office of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Seventh day of November. A. 1). lsR8.
L. IS. WILSON,
sepl4-dltaww City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may concern:
, . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
Columbus. 0 Oct. 19 1868.
'RTnHftelalierebvfiven.thatnroeeedingshavebeen
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
maKing toe iouowii g tmpruveiuenu, ui-wit;
For ffra.it ni and paving the unpaved sidewalks.
gutters and erossings on Third street from North
Street to iioria ruvue inuv.
A Iha. for reoavina the sidewalks on tbe east si 1
nf h'mnl atrnat from the northeast corner ot front.
and Town streets to a point 65 feet north of Town
street. '
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
across N oble street on the east sine ot tiign reet
Also, tourvey and stake off South street frin
East Publio lane to the eastern boundary if the
city.
The same to be done in accordance with plats
and estimates to be prepared by the Citj Civil En
gin' er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
AU persons claiming damages on account of said
nronnsed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the xitth day ol xiecember, A. u
-V! L. E. WILSON
, oet-dltaw4w City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To all wAom it may concern :
ClTT CLWRg'S OrFTOl,
Columbus. O..Oot. 26, 1868. J
Notice is herebygiven. that proceedingshave been
Instituted in tne uity uouncu oi oiumous.ior maa
in, lh fnllnwtnv imnrnvements.to-witi
For grsding the north half oi Perry s'reet from
' High street to the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving tbe gutters and
'amain and aravelina tba roadway and side
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
to the east line ol lot No. 16.
Also, for a double row flag stone pavement across
XTnunrt tmAt nnon the west side of High street.
Th. i,ni. ti Via done in accordance with plats and
- estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed in tne otnee ot tne vity triers.
All persons claiming damages on account of sai
imD08ed improvements, are required to file thei
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, oner
before tbe Fifteenth day of Decern er, A. 1)
1808" L. E. WILSON, '
' ootSO-dltaw4w City Clerk,
An Ordinance.
Making appropriation for purposes therein natred
Section 1. Beit ordained bytho City Council
of tne ciy of Culuuiuus, that toere lie and n
harnbv aDDroDriat-ed out of anv moner in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, thefollowing turns
of monev, to-wit: '
For psyment of expense ot the Street Commis
sioner anil Chain Uanc the sum of $1,000.
For payment of tbe employes and expenses of
tbe f tre Department, tne sum ri si,ow.
: Far navment of flxDaneea of Police. Sl.SOfl.
For paymentof principal and interest on Veteran
.Bounty tsuna, tia.wuo.
For incidental expenses. 2o0.
Kor navment of expjnses of elections. f206.
Sm. 2. The several iBtua of money appropriate
by the forecoing section shall be expended in the
roantier prescribed by tbe fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot tbe City Clerk, passed
1857.
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed October. 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
ocUO-dH
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row Btz crossing
across Mound street at the west aide ot High
street.
'SectionI. Be it ordained by the City Council
of tbe city of Coluuibus (two-thirds ol all the
members concurring), inattnereoe constructed
rirnhlerow flaa- erotainc aaross Aiound street at tb
west side ot Hitih street, it evcorianca wtto the
p at thereof on file in tbe omce ot tbe city i;ierK.
Sbo. S. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from the foregoing improveme-oent shall
be asessed and levied upon 'the eever-il lo s of
land fronting r abutting on the west si le of Higi
street from Noble street to strawberry alley, in pro-
to their feet tronu -
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Oct 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
; oot3 dit: '
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to grade and repave in front of lot
o. oi iiennisun s suoiivuiou oi ouuot o
SxotionI. Beitordainel by theCitrCounoil of
the City of Columbus ( two-thirds ot all the mem
bers eonenrring). That the unpaved sideaaiks.
gutters aud crossings be graded and repaved on the
south side of Rich street in front of lot No. 5 of
Dennison's subdivision of oullot o 30. in a-cord-ance
with the plat thereof on file in the office of
tbe City Clerk. - ' '
Sic. a. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from the foregoing improvetnent,shall be
assessed and levied upon tne several iocs oi mna
fronting or abutting thereon, in proportion to tbeir
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Oct. 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
ootSO-dlt
Paving Ordinance.
' An Ordinance to grade and pave Chapel street from
man street 10 r ront street.
Section 1. Beit ordained by the City Conncil
of tne oit of Columbus (two-tmrjs ot ail toe uietn
ttAr. AnnAnrrin?). That tbe sidewalks and gut
ters be grade ! and repaved on th south side of
vnapei btr et rrom aicattrwt iu fair m'vj, nuu
that the roadway be graded and graveled ftom
High street to Front street, in accordance with the
plat thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk.
Sbo. S. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from tbe foregoiug improvement, shall be
assessed and levied noon the several lots of land
fronting or abutting taereon, in proportion to tbeir
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Oct. 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
octsodlt
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to grade ai d pave on North street
Irom 'intra street to i ourtn street.
Section 1. B it ordained by the City Conncil
of the oity ot com bus (two-tairas ot an tne rue in
herit oon -nrrinsr). That the unoaved sidewalks, eat-
tersand crossings be graded an ' paved on the south
side of North street from Third street to Fourth
street, in accordance with the plat thereof oa file in
the office of the City Clerk,
sga.l. That all damages, costs and exoen.es
arising from the foregoing improvement soa 1 be
assessed and levied upon the several lots of land
fronting or abutting thereon, in proportion to their
leet front.
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Oct. 26, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
oot30-dlt
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to grade and ?ave on Third street
from North street to North Publio lane.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
tne oity oi iiotumuus tiwo-tniras ol an tbe members
concurring.) That the unpaved sidewalks, gutters
and cros.-iu8 be graded and paved on Third street
from North street to North Pnhlin lane in u.nl.
ance with the plat thereof on file in the office of
tbe liny tera.
Sko. a. That all damages, costs and expenses aris
ing irom toe loreKuinx lmDruvement, snail be as-ftA-iserl
and levied upon the aeveral Int. l.n.i
fr. ib ting or abutting thereon, in proportion to their
WM.
President of the City Council.
Passed Oct. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
. ooUO-dlt .
Resolution to Contract.
' Resolved, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
-ho is hereby authorized anc directed to contiact in
the name of tbe city of Columbns. with John
Murphy, for buildibg a double row flag cro'sing
across Linn alley at the east aide if High street.
UjmU IliD ,u,twn,us vv. 1 ..... , . w T. I ,
For exoavatirrg or grading. Fori
forty eents per eubic
yard.
ard. "'
For boulder paving. F orty-fonr eents nersouare
For flagging, M inches wide. Sixty eents per lin-
Baid w rk to be completed by the 15th day if
November, 1868, or said contract shall be void.
. Adopted Oot. SB, 1868. , .
- Attest: L. E. WILSOPf.
ect30-dlt City Clerk.
"'
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5' j'J
MERINO WRAPPERS
For Ladles
MERINO WRAPPERS
For Misses !
MERINO WRAPPERS
For Centlemen
MERINO WRAPPERS
For Children
MERINO DRAWERS
For Ladies
MERINO DRAWERS
For Misses
MERINO DRAWERS
For Centlemen
M ERIN D DRAWERS
For Boys
MERINO HOSIERY
For Ladies & Misses
MERINO HOSIERY
For Centlemen & Boys
MERINO HOSIERY
For Youth
"AT
250; AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
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-' vmr.Annr.nrrr a. -
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if.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Finance and Executive
tJO'nmiuee.
HENRY 1). OOKE, Vice Fresident.
EMERSON W. PBET. Secretary and Actuary.
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It bss a paid up capital of $1,000,000.
It offers low rates of Dreminm.
ft f nrnisbes larger iusuranoe than ether Compa
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It is definite and certain in its terms. '
It is a borne Company in every locality.
It. Policies are exemotfroiu attachment.
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1C1PS. - T . . t .
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Polioiea may be taken that will pay Insured tbeir
fnll amount and return all tne premiums, so that
tbe Insurance oosts only the interest on the annual
payments.
folioies may be taken which pay to the Insured,
alter a certain numoeroi years, during uie, anan
" nual income of one-tenth the amount named in the
Policy.
- No extra rate ia ch'rged for risks nnon the lives
of females . i .
It insures not to pav dividends, bnt at lo low a
cost that dividends will be impossible, t . ;
t.-. .f N-. JOHN Wi ELLIS A CO.,. -
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the
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One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
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oot3-deod6m ' . - . Proprietor
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Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
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Also, all kinds of Country Produce, sueh as But
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The eboleest varieties of Fresh Fish received
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lNHSCELLANEOUS.
Times - of . Holding- Courts
In. the Fifth. Judicial dis
trict of Ohio lor I860.
The State of Ohio.! V" ''
Franklin county, "-.
T X. tl. SH' PlBD. CLERK OF THE
fa Court of Common Pleas within and for said
eounty. do hereby certify that the following order
is truly taken and correctly copied from the journal
01 saia vuurt, to-wii;
Timet of Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
District of Ohio for IWV.
Ills hereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on the 18th day of September, A. u. 1888.
issued, fixins: the days of the eommenoement of
tne uourts ot uomtnon rieas and District courts
ot said Judicial District, be hereby amen ted, and
that the District Courts and Courts of Common
. I.M ivr mo a. u. bum, w.u ...
several counties of tbe ifth Judicial District of
the State of Ohio, at tbe times following :
DISTRICT COURT.
Madison. Mar 4th. Fayette. May HA.
Franklin. May 6th. - i I Ross, August 31st.
Pickaway, May loth. I Highland. Sept. 3d.
Adams. Sept, Sth. I ISrown, Sept. 8ih.
Clermont, Sept. 131. . . . . .. ;
: COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.' :
Brown. February tb. June 1st. November 2d.
Adams, January Tth. May 18tb, September Jlst.
Clermont. January Sth, June 39th, October 5th.
Highland. January lath. Hay 18th, Ootoher 13th.
knci Jannarr 36th. Juue 1st. Nnv.mk 9,1
Fayette. February S3d, June ath. September
Madison, February id. May 18th, October 19th. :
Piokaway, March Sth. June 15th, November 8d.
Franklin, February 16th, June 1st. Movember
Jotb-
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
bands. . ' . . ,
' '- s ALFRED 3. DICKEY.) ' '
t' (.ii : J. Q. ASHBDRN, 5 Judges.
,: "'' n 1 JOSEPH OLDS. , . .... -
' !' t a 1 1 r r L. 1 a ?
- v. ifliesilQlDOT woerevi i diti Doreuuwinn
acribetl mj name and affixed (ho teal of
SKAlJ said Court at VI urn bus. (his 30ibi da
-U- A T"s lOatH
T. S. SHEPAFD. Clerk.
October SI. 1888. oct31 dltw3w ;
cv, ::.:;S. S.;:PINNE.Y'a3iHTj
YAKCIKQ ACADEMr IS NOWOPENAT j
NAUCHTOV HALL.-"' j
For juveniles, Saturday afternoon,, from -1 to t
P. M 'Gentlemen's evenins e'aig at AMBOS
BALL. 23d injt., at 8 o'clock P. 11. octll
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w mm awtaw wasiAmai ier
hf"cl insjerHemr -
stock, on High street, north end. .To a man that
ml'.nu own cigars H will he a good ehenee.
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u akes the "Elastic Lock Stitch " Every Seconal
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Xhe Great ITIediea.! ftllstaLke ,
Of former days was an utter negleet of sanitary
precautions. No effi-ient means were adoptedrfor
tha"revetftion of " sickness. Sewerage was un
known in cities; drainage was rarely attempted in
the country. Heaps of offal were left to rot ia the
publio streets, and domestio oleanliness, the great
antidote to febrile diseases, was sadly neglected.
It is not so now. - Wise laws, philanthropic institu
tions, and a vigilant sanitary police, have, to a great
extent, remedied the evil. Nor is this all. , Pbs.
vfsTfri . medication - baa helped materially
to lessen the rates of mortality. It is hot too
much to say that tbnb or TBOTSANg escape sick
ness in unhealthy seasons in consequence of havipa;
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This pure and powerful vegetable tonic and altera
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strengthening, soothing, vitalising and 'purifying
properties. Tbese medicinal agent are 4noorpor- .
ated with a spirit absolute!' free from the acrid
poison which defiles, more or less, alt the liquors" of
eommeree, and their effeot is diffused through the
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Tbe result is such a condition of tbe system
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causes of disease, such as damp, fog, sudden alter
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4 TAN fj Ask IS KEItlF.DY " - A
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ment.'' It has stood before the public for 11 years
atd has never failed riving satisfaction in asinirle
instance. Every drop of this valuable eesawesind ia
mixed by Dr. Tobias himself, therefore it east si.
ways be relied upon. Is is wa ranted svpsriert
any other, for the core of Cbroate TfknaaTl.a .
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ment." Thousands of certificates can be seen at the
Doctor's office, attesting to i s rare virtues. The
great sale for Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment, has
induced several unprinoipled persons to counterfeit
this "Valuable Remedy:" purchasers oanaot be too
careful to see that "Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment
is stamped on the glass, done np in yellow paper,
and signed "d. I. Tobias." All others are danger
oni counterfeits, and although. thy snay r tumble
the ".Venetian Liniment" in eolor and smell. bs
tears of them.- ' Sold by all Drusrists and Store
keepers throughout the United States.. Price SO
cents and one dollar per bottle. Depot 10 Park
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It is in demand wherever personal blemishes are
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ITS . EFFECT IS PERFECT:
Its Action Instanlaneons.
Cristadoro's Hair ' Preservative
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or to anything else for Cuts, Galls. Sprains; Old
Sores, Swellings and Sore Throat. It is no new
remedy, but of 11 years' standing, and appro red
by the first hotsemen in the eountry. Col.-Plilo
P. Bush, of the Jerome Park Course, has used i
for years, and recommends it to his friends. Or
ders are constantly receive! for it from the Racing
Stables in England. It has stood the test ef time;
no one has ever tried it but continues its nse. Rec
ollect to got Dr. Tobias Venetian Horse Liniment
in pint bottles, and take no other. . Sold by the
Druggists and Storekeepers thronghent the United
States. Depot 10 Park Place, ttew York. , j
reNT-juie-diwly-cm :. . ' " "I
IMPURE BLOOD MAKES SICK
The bowels may be costive or some organ do its
work weakly. From causes like these gases and
gummy substances oeeur which poison the b ood-
tbe perspiration may be checked; tbe feet may be
so chilled that their fetid exhalations are thrown
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
once. Remember they euro by at once removing
from the body those matters which poison the blood
and make as sick. These oelebrated Pills should be
in the house ready. --- - -'
See B. Bbandrkth in white letters on tbe Gov
ernment stamp. Principal office BbaHDEKth's
Housb. New York. Sold by all druggists. t
J
iuneie-d&wlycm-reNr
O.A.JFIXJV
A Clerrvman. while r'sidina- in South inuii..
as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple rem
,wlv for theCure of Aervona vv Atlnmu. IT...1. 1 1
eav. Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs,
and tbe whole train of disorders brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have
been cured bv this notil. nmiMl. p . 1 v.
desire to benefit tbe afflicted and unfortunate. I
will send the recipe for preparing and using this
medioire. in a sealed envelope, to any one who
needs it. ibie OF cbabgsi. Address. T.
. JOSEPH T. INMAN, -.
Station D, Bible House. New York City.
octSS-dAw
ATiHOODi AND THE VIGmJF
lOlIX H renrnrArl in fnni wenka.- Kuaeese
guaranteed. DR. RICOKD SESSKNCK OF LIFE
restores mahlv novsrs. from whatever cause ari
sins; the effects of earl, pernicious habits, self-
aouse, impotency and climate, give away at once to
this wonderful medicine, if taken regularly accord
ing to the directions (which are very simple and re
quire ho rostraint from business or pleasure.) Fail
ure ia impossible.-Sold in bottles. , or fuar
nnantirinf. in one forS9. lo behad Onlv nf th. .1
appointed agent in America, H. UsaiTlKN. SOS
TNr-.v7-diyr . , . ,
niTCHBLOB'S HAIR E. -IThis
XJ spienaia nair urs is tne nest in the world
the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable
instantaneous ; no disappointment I no ridioulons
tints i remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; invig-
iTL". I' i. i. HV.1 """.ana Deautitul, olacM
or frown. Sol t by all Drugaists and Perfumers ;
u..,.m1,tn, t rNTapraa dAwly
MANHOOD n-Another
SVw ' Medical
V AIR. CORTlg.
ii" meaicat limes ' sava or th,. wnv . cn.cT-
:rzv .vr.v 01 . tn.ia l . "This
r"T Mi eaut-e ana core -of srema-
ture deohoe. shows how health is impaired ttrogh
secret abnsaa rfif . aniH .i .v.u;j
easily mraiu l iv a elnop,?" Vrti.
impediments to marriage, the cause andilwiV?.
nervous . ii.k,ilit. .nrf ftL .f
poste iedition ,f the .hiV will" fc. S35id et
?ii. Joth,hrl6, BaitiinreTaid: '

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