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BUSINESS ' DIRECTORY
ARCHITECT.
."p. T.BBOOKES, -.!-. i -mjs!
,XVa Architect, Civil Engineer, Ao. .
- . ' - Offioe over the National Exchange Bank
.TJKASEK At NA'Ht ."V"." ' .'
ij ATTOKNEV8 At LA'fV' ", 1:1 tf
, OOoe, Ho. W booth Higk street, Amboi BatloV
ln. :. . , v
rTAJIM ii
l ,1 t. ATtOtiUH tf-Al-LAW k MAYOR. -I r.
Makers Offioe.
rnVHABD T. tHUlDI I.' a-raw 1
,XUTA.ITOit.NiX'-AT-LAW A Notary Pnblia.
, Office in Parana's Building, i
f-' v-' 1 ' : ; :
r-fXTSI-mrl f WfHUMUjrr;'"'0" J '
i.V iv... v ATTORNKKS-AT iAW.''.-v', 1
T Offioe 9 9nta Hica sueet, Auboa Uuildioc-.
-AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
..Ct.-4SEAij .1 .'u..j'."t -'rn Lr.- '! I'
tj a Anstisneer and Dealer is Bast state 'Boaaa
"Bold Uooos, Clothing and Notiiuia,
1.-.: i -. 0.T West Broad street1
'VT ' Barber and Hair -Dresser. Hot and Cola
! baths. Uasemeat' Fostoffioe U jildin.. .. T. . T
BOOK BINDERS.
aAerti'ttv-dc-t.lL.a.KrY. -
0 Bebk- Binders Blank ' Boole" M antrfac turers,
J'rintersaml fubliahers.! ,- .r. - . -.
. - t .. . - r t Opera BniMing. .
j. BOOTS &.SnQI$S. ;.,
-TIT I. WIl.l.IAfrls A:t30.i '-1
4 V 144 Bentto High street. J art rl;etea. Its
leeantassortmaot... aw leaiosrpriesa. iia
dies, please call. . - , .,. , -t T
.TAtiftt MU JC4jO'S i:i.qr.:: -vii i'i(
Is the noted boose for good Boots and Show
' at Ion prices. .New Stock jast received.
' ' 1 J South Higfi street. "
coa!l deaxers.-
nposf (isoiv Jco ,1 ' ; 1 ,
t Dealera in VRtsbargb7 and Ohio Coal. Also;
lAAe. Drain l'Ua and SvOnefie war Prpo. - . 1-
. - Mo.a61 ftot4h Utah street.
' COMMISSION MERC HAJSTS.
H .'sTITCH &. NUN, , ; .. V r ...
a ' Commission, forwarding and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in drain. Flour. As., 7 W. .Broad
Anew , (.s;:.-.tv
CORSETS.
DM. MA ON AiKlafc ac CO.) ' '
e Manutaoturers and DeateTs in French, Ger
nan and American voraets. Also. Hoop skirts.
t i . 1 , i t-. ll UperaHonse-
r: crockery;. &c. ,;:,;fi
TTTIfi IKI.Toa.- 'J j ;t :.. j"
Y Wholesale ,amT Retail Cbeale? ia China;
yueenswaie, Ulass,-dialed .vtioda, tstmpaaad tauip
tixtures. , 48 North Higli street. .
:' . a-a-AS-f , : . T l' i O O ;t'l.-.J :S iv"
lmoorter and Wholesale aed Retail Dealer
in Crockerr. China. Ulasa. iutlarv. UimiHa
Uoal Oil Ijiuipb, 4o. " ' " -
:'.-. .! 6 Heath High street: ;i
DENTISTRY.
i .- f;a in
WAAANlii V ElTliaittOlvH,- ' ""
l.i s - i An. IK East Broad Street
Ve aim to be the oss . ... -; . . , -
GW nti f DENTIST.1 The best styles
e-'rf Dentistry, ioalnding innn's ltnproveu
ilineral Flaie. Office 1 and 11 Opera Block. .--
DRY GOODS;
: Dealers ia Dr (ioods. Notions Carnetai;
Clothe, ilattinga, tshadea. Mats, 4Japt- ana i'arav
J I, 1. OSIIUA4SI At i O., . - - -,-.: ) - )
Carpets Mattings, Oil Cldths,Ourtains, Su le and
(I'r.Ajw. it.rAt, " "
XAai Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stable and
ransy AJrr upoaa,i ana ssanaiaauirers oi iaiea-
Cloaks... i t .-, -. . 13 a. Highs' reet. .
1 .UIJ M'l'AS ST. At Hit UOOUN MS'WMK.
X1 F. Krom i Co., cash dealers ia Dry Uoods and
uvu .ns, loo oouin r ourtn sLrvew,
T Aim KM NAVutt'UBI, i l-j.i- --'i
U . Wholesale and, .Retail Dealer. In Dry Goods.
nangncqnunuaing, xtos. lis ana Boutn tligi
iwxit. o ...!-
IV Dealer la tstaple- and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' Furnishing Uoods, No. Neil House.
II.CahAS.l'A',.iiiAAX 4 CO., ...
JT .Dealers ia 8capU and Faney Dry Goods. ' -
... , , , ; , . - ..- io. iWaonth tiigh street
J. MeAKaVtskax ,'.. V
JXr Foreign and Domeatie I ry 43eoasv Cloths,
I ura. tie. xou xaa sums riiga street.: : -.-
DRUGGISTS..
JJi oM.n JOHN 8. HOBKRT8, ' hv
UiuggUtand Apofcheoaryi..- . i ? "
. , 354 North High street.
MAHVUi A HII'ltUl, "'
W HOLESALE A KKlAlL DRUGGISTS.
,100 aouth High Cuiumbus. U.
1UAUN. HKllfK wAcaTUa.w
Xj i W holesale and Reiail DraggisU, and Dealers
24 North High street,
ENGRAVERS.
. Desigaera, KngraTes and Publishers.
'Nota.
rial aau ouar aaus engravea to order.
- n- Noe. 107 and loB Booth High street.
FURNITURE, &c.
CSetUMBCSi CAMlmET CO.,
Manufaetorers and Whoiesale and Retail Deal
rs in urniture, Cnairs, AlatUassesi etc.
No. aol South High at. (Opera House). .
J Uanaiacturars ot lirstolass r urniture. Whole
sale and itotail - W arerooms, o, I and 8 Uwnue
cioot.
HOUSE : FURNISHING. ,.:
-Lia Dealer- ia Mantles. Stores- and House Fur
nuhing (itioas. ,Alke. lin. Copper- and Sheet, Iron
Wira. n . .. T .
A kens dc srtiAKT, ' '
Uoa Furnishing Goods, Mantles. Grates,
Copper, iin aad aheafc boa. Stoves and Mantles.
' ,;i r: .i oi Month High street.
. STMl tAWI OH A un'cV,' '
A Dealers in Hardware, ttouse Furnishing Goods'.
Alaible and blat ManUes, Urates, Su ms. Hot Air
t nrnaces. ac. i . . . . -.a aorta High street.
' 1 HOOP1 SKIRTS.
SAKbAS. .....
i. ' Uannfacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Haa.
akirts and Corsets.- Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
knd raney Uuoo nation th Hiffh street. - -' 'r
i' ' . Ac
BUlHESi? DIRECTCIIY
HOW SEWING MAOllINE.
u.ui m.mV.h: HvVsi fit.
we AVsssi0i A la Auuniiaai iuoiv unuutflOi uvrvr o. a
tionery and Faney Goods generally. Special Agent
tor the celeBrated riliaa Mow Uotd Medal Mewing
Kaohine. , . No. 6 Sooth Hiah street. .
HATS & CAPS.
BS. OT. U. EATJFt ' 1 ! r
(Socoeaaerto laof,) ueauer in Hats, uaps.
Furs and Straw (roods 220 South Hian street.
' (Sim Unlden Hst.)
HOTELS.
ATAXJOKAL MOTEL, !-?.,..'-
1Y " i - . - Opposite Depot. ' '
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
u
NITtD sTATEsHOTELi
corner hwd ana i own streets. .
... .... -. E-J- BLOUNT, Proprietor!
ZfcTTLRlt MOVIE, . - , ,
Corner Y'ourtk A Friend sts. " Commodious
hjons and extetuuTe stables. . ' -' w .
L. A. BOWERS, Proprietor.
EKCHAWTS HOTEt,!
140 Sooth High street. .Good stabling. aUaohr
ed to premises. ;
tt r . -laaivDAfti 1 nipnawr.
INSURANCE:'
CoiPtiicricuT Bifj-rijAi. i.we
suranoe Company. Assets, $18,600,000.
w m. lAAisun, Agent. coiumoas.u.
N
Ell'KIKK A- HIILTENBEROER,'
UfiOEKAL AUKN IS Security life Insuranee
Company,
, No. 6 Opera House.
HOME INSDIAANCE. COM PAN V Or
Columbus, O. . apital and Assets, 46614J7.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y. ...
...-. - utnee, jnos. s J upera noose
MILLINERY. GOODS.
t h-.
GI3.W.. MNlBOItS, ' . . .!
"Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods - i
, r-ai a i I 11 S . H ish street. Opera House Bloek.
vt
Ks. A. UUWNINO, ,
uA iieaier in millinery, at raw (
Binga,;;No. 7 North High street
Dealer in Millinery, Straw uoods and Trim
J ti. W1LKIE - ' 1 ' -
Dealer in Millinery, Drees and Cloak Trim,
mine's nd Fanoy Goodst . 130 South Hiah street.
MERCHANT. TAILORS.
CCriAiflAflBEH A 4 0HLLEBEf(,'
O Merchant- Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Uoods, ---
wjewtm.'vta?v itrrrt tcjia sj Monti High street. "
CW."MWAIDEH.i ; . i U Ai
a,Merohaat Tailor and Dealer on Gents For
niahing Uoods. Also ajtent for the Diamond Shirts,
is coutn tii-h street.
r. . ,
tHG OHIO SIFJICHAKX TAII4ORIN-B
1 A CiOTH&tf -0Ot-189.5.iigh at. .Gents'
snils jara- to eidet.-jtraUyiusdo Clothing al
wai ontand. v 1 v
T O II -rTTt?t E Oft KU
t. -iderchan bailor aod-Daier in CIotMcgutid
Ueau'rltratsBitiCUoeds.i .- M 1 v
i I ,n H slot eaxioron uiaa street.
JOHN MUIVTEU. -
MERCHANT TATLtTRTno Snnth Hiab at.
Choice stock of Clothing constant! on hand.
. NEWS 'DEALERS.
ANDKEWS dc AifJM.,,
News Dealera. Ronkaellera inn Af-flnne-..
No. 55 South High street. nex door to Postolhce.
ijAtliA. USAAriAMN, ... .... .v....,,,.,.
' ' News Dealer.' Bookseller: Stationer and Rinil.
ec5VbijeAtiona n both Ueromnand .Eng.feh. m
,v ,,..,.. "1 nouthHigastre-t. r.
sA?PAvP'ER,WAREH0USE$;;.v
FIT, ii i'l. Siil : - -
AIIREW, fEiAKT eV Cr., v,i "M
L A. " MailnfaAturera and Dealer in Writin. Print.
Ltd .Wrapping Papers 93 6 North High st. ' '
VlflS A MVKRS. '
. .r-aTcHvro m rTiiniu5. Din) K, TT n
Papers 36, 38 A 40 iNorih hifih. street.
'11 1
mnitov. uoot, wntinuf an Fine.
LO NAfih t-liArh at rant
;:"lPHOtOG.RAPHERS.v ,
lAtUWm & MtVHNv ,.,.;.',
-PHOTOGRAPHERS.- 1 v "
:t '.!'" -.8t Sou'h High streets"
e . PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
rwtnros made in eTery style and sise.
"j.'ARCBEK.
, 'Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gem's, etc., etc'.i
... . wo. ow ooaiD xLigasireet.
PHYSICIAN..
v.
It BOWNd, at. .,". . i--,- nv.vi.IL
a No. 8 Onera Honae. 'IVeata lliaea-ea of tha
Etoj Kan. Heerhr Throat anil I.diim. Alan IKbamm'
of w-omeu and Children.. -
pianos;
t
".uVt
J)'r. AAAtthlS & CO., ' '-'k ' i i"'-v.,
. . Wholesale and Retail dealers -for Ligbte A,
Co. ( and Hainbs & liro.'s Pianos. Also. Organs.
Moloaeons and other musical instruments.. .
-4-
. , 30 Aorth High Ktreet,. -
JC. WOODS, . . .,, y
e Asent for Chickering's 'and Kmm'erso'n's Pi
anos. . Also, Organs, Alelodeons and Sheet Music.
a aa sis
i jo v l
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
OTBhrtStAleana Hisn'streets;' '
,t,ta cr .i..UHABi.Ky MVER. Proprietor. J
aa SEWING MACHINES. -
AETVAfcWINtj MACHINES, - .-i
. The beat'in the wnrM Nm. 1 .nil '9. Oner.
House. W; PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
r A. IIGrjAKScVO.',
ATW Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jevelrr.
Plaiedware. Speotacles.- Ac. No. 11 Eaat Town '
street. . - ... .... . ; -. 1 1 .. -
, ATia a- ukUH a aja-a aaV "
-(Su-cessors to Wn. Blydn) cfealen in Dian
muDus, rratcn s, jewelry, Oliver ware ana OPec,-.
taalss. si. Hoots. . . . . ;
FA. & jEO.tJrJKeriX,
a Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Cloeks and Jewelr. No. 71 South High street. -
' STRICTLY WHOLESALE."
B
ANCatOs? I' AttAoajAe CO.,
n aoiesaie Healers in nry uoods and riotions
"r" ,fJ and 4 uwyane Bloek, Town street.
rEED,wJONfcSfc CO.. '
It Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In Boots
and Shoes .No.2 Gwyane Block, Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
WTOTIOVV-isHBREflT --irrET TO
11 all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent. Banking i-ompany at the city of Clereland.
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "Aa Act to incorporate
i he State Bank of Ohio and-other -Banking Com
panies," passed February 24tb, 1645, being desirous
taf relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tl ateod has.-in pursuanee of the statutes of (he
said otate of wbio in sack ease-made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per eent. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to tie destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction pf the Treasurer,,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohse-iar-the redemption of its outstanding notes of :
circulation at the office of the .National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland. July 9th, l08, - -
- i Aic-iuEjij tvAVA., rresident.
yll-41tAaj6m. - .-,. .j.-.--a .".---
NOTICE.
, Olfiuv BAKK OF COMMERCE,
I Clevkland, May Si, 1868. j -
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
u . ' Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that atter the expi-ation of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor. Seo
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
IS 76 5l5k 'oosited to secure the outstanding
cireulatioB ol said Bank in pursuance of the forti- ;
first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank
ing, passed March 21st. 1861. ,
" H R Hr.nir Ef11 PERKDf 8, President
H. B. Hublbut. Cashier. mavSS d6m
' "The Sisters of St. Mary V v "
OF THE SrRINOs, KECENTLV OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their lane
nd spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, lsott. For Board and
Tuition. 175, tBO. S86. aud 90, aceordiag to the de
M,lm.nlnf theDaoil. ' R. Rll.-.K finn't
..Address Box S51. : aug3-dtf
ANC1NG ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
..'st Alt4AT.lj at ' ' -
- for juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from J to S
P. M Gentlemen's evening class at AMB0S
BALI.SSd intt.,at 8 o'clock
A. JU.
Oct 14
mo tatesmmt.
Horse Talk.
to
trot for $2,000, rnila heats, best three in
five, in harness., ; Luey has improved so
much .lately that her owner justly thinkB
that she is a match for the big one-eyed
inare.'after the' great 'race she made at
thtf late Narragansett meeting. ;' In that
remarkable contest 'Lucy, it will be re1'-'
membeied, took the first two' heats 'in
2:22 J, while the Lady won the last; three
with nothing to spare. The' race ought
and no donbt will attract a large crowd
at the Fashion on Monday, where it is
to come off. I .? :'. ' . .''
The trot between1 Mountain Boy and
Lady Thorne, oa the Waverly track,
disappointed 'everybody, although the
race'was conceded to the Boy, on account
of the snarpness' of the- tarns and the
general unevenness of the track's sur
face. It -was expected that the mare
would makd La- hard 'struggle, but she
could not get within a length of him in
the. three Jieats, , It will , never -da to
trot the mare on a half mile track.-
TLe excitement eonseqnent opon the
election did no good to the proprietors
of the racetracks, as. the horse wa3 for
gotten m tue turmoil. Now that it is
over, tha. trotting will begin' again and
rapidly, closa rip. the season, which has
been very;successtul. i, -!;
American Girl made , such an excel
lent trot at the late meeting on the Fash
ion Course that her owner is confident
in" her ability to compete with the fast
est nags' in the' country next year, which
means, that Lady Thorne, Lucy,' Moun
tain Boy. Wilkes, ' Bashaw, and. others,
will have to look to their laurels.' Gold
smith Maid will be a tough customer for
the "fast 'uns" next year.' - !
J ehn J. Bradley is irrrproying tapidly
and is proving a good i"money"-; horse
for. his , owners. , He took two , of the
best purses at the late meeting at the
Fashion Course, beating two good fields.
At the Woodlawja trolting meeting, at
Louisville; "the gray 'gelding, ' W. K.
Thomas time is the fastest 'ever made'
in Kentucky, viz :2:31 ; 2:26 ; 2:28J;
2:29ji.. This is a grand .record. j(,'i-p
. Tattler who competed with tle above
horse, is another fast one, as he made a
dead heat with ""bim in 2:2G, and was
close behind him in the other heats
thus proving himself to i be the-fastest
five year old in the country and a credit
to his sire. . He ia by "Pilot,. Jr., put of
iizzy, Dy. xeiamon; lie out ot JMedoc.
' Cassius M." Clay.'Jr:, is doing hbbly
in the stud, And adding additional value
to tne trotting stock of this.- country.
He . is the .sire of Rhode . Island, . Ken
tucky Clay, and many other noted fly
ers at present' on' the turf who' have
made gteat reputations. ' He is a splen
did ; specimen, of a stallion, being 16
hands high. of. a rich .brown color, with
plenty, of bone and. muscle, and good
8onnd feet.' .The following i3 his, pedi
gree,1 which" will be found to, embrace
two ot tne best strains in the country:
C- M. Clay, Jr is by old C M." Clay;
he by Henry Clay -out- of Vestris, the
dam of John Anderson; Henry Clay by
Andrew - J ackson : out of. trotting mare
Surry; Andrew Jackson by - Young
Bashaw, dam by Why.JJot; he by imp.
Messenger; xoung Uasuaw by imp. Ara
bian, dam Pearl by imp. Messenger.
Dam of, C, M. CJay, Jr., by 01d,Ab
dallah, the sire of .Hambletonian, grau
dam by" .Lawrence's Eclipse, he. by
American ", Eclipse. C. M Clay. Jr.,
is now standing at.the farm, of . R. S.
Strader, Eso., Bulletsville, Kentucky.
'.The stud horse,, St. Elmo, by Abdal?
lah (known as Edsall's Hambletonian)
dam. by Bellfounder, won the three min
ute race1 at tlie Woodlawn Meeting in
three straight heats in the admirable
time of 2:30; 2:32J; 2:33.
. The last trotting meeting of . the sea.
son will take place at .Norwalk, Conn.,
on tbe lOtb, 11th '.and 12th of this
month, under the auspices of the Fair
field .County ,.. Agricultural . Society.
JNeaiiyix thousand dollar are: ofiered
in premiums, and many of our fastest
horses will be present to contest for tbe
rich prizes. American Girl and Rhode
Island -will meet, there and renew the
contest . tor . superiority between them
begun at the late meeting on tbe Fash'
ion Course., lhere is every reason to
believe that the meeting will be a grand
success. '; ., . .j.
: Goldsmith Maid has again won the
admiration of ,. the trotting - world -. by
beating George Wilkes . on, Friday last,
at Philadelphia. , The face was a. deci
dedly hot and fast one, the four heats
being made, in 2:224; 2:27$; 2:228; 2:25.
The famous gelding John Stewart has
again accomplished twenty miles within
an bour.,i : . ... .. .
j ' .' TUB r FASTBST TIME ON RECORD. ; .;
One mile pacing under saddle, Au
gust 1st, Billy Boyce, 2:15J j 2:14 14 ;
2:20 1-4. , - . : ., .-..r , ., ... .. ,f j
! . One mile, pacing in ! harness, 1852,
Pet, second beat; in. 2:18$.. y ., -IS
I One mile, pacing, to wagon, Jnne 21st.
1855, Pocahontas, 2:17J. , r. .-, . f
Two mile, pacing, 1829, Bowery Boy,
under saddle, 5:041-2. , , r ;,,
; Three-miles, . pacing, '1843, Oneida
Chief, under, saddle, Beacon Coarse, N.
Je7:44... 1 i:, . - . . .'. . : t
One mile, trotting, uuder saddle, Dex
ter 2:18. o , . , j i i i , . - ., '
One mile,-in, harness, 'Wednesday,
August 14th, ! 1861, Buffalo, Dexter
against time, -2:17 1-4. '-!..: :i. . ;
One mile, in harness, over . Riverside
half mile track, Boston, July 30th, 1867,
Dexter, 2:19,., , - ; . ,t
: One mile, with running mate, June
21st, -Ethan Allen, three beats, each the
fastest on record, 2;15 ; 2:16 ; 2.-19. : .
' Fastest and best double team race by
Ben. Franklin and Jessie Wales, Mystic
Park, . Boston, Sept. 20th, .1867, 2:32J,
2:32, 2:34-. -v. , .; .'t:!,,:.,:::-.: ; .
Nebocklish and Medoe trotted a mile
at Buffalo, July 31st, ,1868,. in 2:322;
2:34. . : : . . ;.
; Fastest and best wagon race on rec
ord, Fashion Course, May 58th, 186S,
Lady Thorne, 2:24; 2:25J; 2:26. t
I Fatest wagon time on record, by Dex
ter, second heat, Fashion Course, June
7th, 1867, 2:24. u .
; One mile to wagon, June 14th, 1866,
second heat, George Wilkes, 2:25.
One , mile; to wagon, May 31st, 1851,
first heat, Flora Temple. 2:25. . .
,Two mile heat, in harness, August
16th; 1859, Flora Temple, 4:50 , ;i ;
Two miles to wagon, Oct. 27, 1865,
second iieaw. iJ-Awii..ou - , i
.Two miles to wagon,; 1863, first heat,
General Butler, 4:56J; : )
Three miles, under saddle,' October,
1839, Dutchman, 7:32j.
jThrea miles, in harness, Flora Tem
plje vs. time, 7:33. ,
jThree miles, to 250 lb. wagon, Kem
ble Jackson, 8:03. , , .
Four miles, under saddle, by Dutch
man, in 10:51.
Four miles, in harness, Trustee, 11:06.
Four miles, to 255 lb. wagon, Sallie
Green, 13:56.
Five miles, in harness, Morrissey, at
Detroit Horse Fair, August 26th, 1868,
13:11.
Five miles, to wagon, Americus, in
1S41, on Long Island, 13:54.
Ten miles, in harness, John Stewart,
Riverside,. Ji&U mile irackIiui ,30th,
1863,-iB8:02f. "- aJS k .
Ten miles, inharneBS, November 12th,
1853, Prince, 28:08J.
Twelve miles, in harness, Philadel
phia. Top Gallant, 38:00.
lwenty miles, in harness, Captain
McGowan, half mile; track, 58:25.
Twenty miles, to wagon, John Stuart,
Fashion Course, September 22d, 1868,
59:23.
Fifty miles, to wagon, driver and
wagon weighing 4001bs, October 15th,
1855, Spangle, 3.59:04. v , T
One hundred miles, iivfiar-iftsn.
vember 12th, 1853, Conqueror 8.55:53.
Une nnndred miles, in double harness,
Master Bark and Robin, 10.17:22.
FASTEST AND BEST RUNNING TIME ON
RECORD.
Three-quarters of a mile, by Narra
gansett, at Narragansett Park, August
25th, 1868, 1:17.
One mile, June 23d, 1865, Cincinnati,
track thirty feet short, 18 lbs less than
his proper weight (track lengthened
since), Legal Tender, 1:44.
One mile, May 30th, 1866, best on
record, second heat, Revolver, 1:44J.
Jramohaj-Aritliei first heat at Lexing
ton, Kyi lS62,in 1:44$.
Climax ran a mile at Jerome Park,
July, 1868,-with 14SJ lbs np, in 1:48J.
x astest rtwo Ailes on record run by
Hegi(at pw JOfrleans, Nov. 23d,
isou, catcb weignt, s:6i$.
Best two miles on record at Lexington,
Ky., Thursday, Sept. 12th, 1867, by
Lancaster, J:3t 3:8.
Best two and a quarter miles, by Ken
tucky, at Saratoga, August, 1865, 4:01 J.
.best two and a bait miles by Gen.
York, at Narragansett Park, August
26th, 1S68, 4:36$.
J; astest and bests three tnue--rate hi
record, by Norfolk,- Sept. 23d; ISG.1?,
Ualitornia, 5:27; 5:29.
1 astest four mile on record, Lexing
ton. 5 years old. 103 lbs., at New Or-
leans. April jjN
Same, Liexmgton, 5 years old, 103i
lbs, April 14th, 1845, beating Lecomte,
7:23.
Best four miles on record, Idlewild, on
L. I., June 25th, 1863, full weight, 7:26.
RUNNING—ENGLAND.
: Best one mile, Gladiateur, l:39i.
: Saunterer, 1:40.
JUMPING.
: Chandler, 3! feet over wnter.v t. rf
Culverth;orp, 3i feet,oye $urdles.
Kihg of'the Valley','35 feet over Hhe
Wissendine Brook, Leicestershire.
: Lottery, 33 feet over wall.
; Peter Simple, 37 feet, at Boston.
TANDEM.
; Kingston and mate, at New England
Fair, Narragansett Park, Sept. 6, 1867,
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Lady Palmer and Flatbush Maid,.
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driven by Dan Mace in Fashion Course.
in lSemadetliti half milerSh)l:0
and the mile in '2:254.'
Mountain Maid on Long Island, in
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I Young Pocahontas, in 1865, trotted a
quarter of a mile in 33 seconds.
English Childers ran three miles at
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! Mr. Osbaldestone rode 200 miles at
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-iu : l i'i !..-. - j -i.'-
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For such constitutions and systemsas require for
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rHbbprNrb;s : t
GERMAN TONIC!
. -V .. .-' -i ! .. .... , -.
Baa been provided a preparation in which the sol.
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Satient, in choosing between these two great anti
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HOOFLAXD'S GEBMAI. BITTERS.
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111 the oomplaints which proceed from want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and the
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t . t ir ; ' . I .. . . .... .... . .
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tte system, but
is the oest Known satesuard against all unhealthy
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other disorders- which malaria engenders. Inva-
iiua wnw a-a . r, i. t , . ,
') 1
WASTING AWAY, '
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will find in the BIT., r TKRS a fountain. ol.
Vitality and vigor, as I refresaing and exil
ecatintasapoolin the desert to the Eand-ecorched
anaiainung tra-vaters, , -. ,. i ... . , -
.J
HOOFLAND'S
CERfVI AN BITTERS
Is oompose of the Dure inices (or. as thav are me
dicinally termed, k-tracts), of R jt. Herbs end
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any
una. , . ., i i, ,
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC
Is-a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest, quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, eto., making one of the most plea-ant and
agreeable remedies ever ottered, to the public
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
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tbe Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a.disor
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I such . .
', as Consti-
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Acidity of the Stomach. " "
Pause. Heartburn. Disgust..
:- " for Food; Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, ciour bructativas. Sinking -I
or Fluttering at the pit of tbe Stomach,
Hwimming of tha Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the. Heart. . Choking or
ouuocaung nena&tions wnen in a uyit.g rosture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs belore the
, Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
Deficiency of.Eerjpiration. Yollowness
of the Skin' and Eyes, Pain in the
1 Side, Back, Chest,-Limbs, etc.,
V I'i!' .Sodden Flushes of Heat,
. , -: : Burning in the Flesh, '
... .'. , Constant Imagin- ' r
ings of Evil, and
, . i-7. Urea; Depres
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i
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AAA n OK WO UOIIQWU
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Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes-
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HON. C. W. WOODWARD-
- . , -! I t .-. . : i .
Chief Justioe of the Supremo Court of Pennsyl
vania, writes :
PmLAnETjPRr A, March 16, 18ST.'
I find MHoofiand'a German Bitters" is a noon ton,
ic. useful in diseasos fal of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- I efit in cases of debil
ity and wantot nervous action in tbe svstem.
, Yours truly. . GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON.
, .. -s .- ... -
. J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
PHiLADELPniA, April 28, 1866.
. I consider Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble, mediotne in cises of attacks of Indigestion or
D.ispepsia. I can ce-tify this from my experience
of it. Tours, with respect.
. James Thompson.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes:
' , ... - . Philadelphia. Sept. 14,1667.
"Uoofland's German Bitters'" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. Jt i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may boused beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours.
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See that tbe signature faa. ot C. M. JACKSON
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-INSURANCE.-.
Auditor of State's Certificate
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AS TO THK BU3IHBS3 AND APF A1BS OF THB '1
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-FOB TBE TEAS iJ&0'ii$JtBXB&to?
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Capital fully paid p. i .SoOO.OOO 98 i
. Amount of available assets..... l,t14,olK 31 .
j CERTIFICATE 1U A?I7BL, CAXlttPT.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
. UFpntTUtriT OF festTESKOIJ SI
I ... . Columbus. 0-, rebruary 15, 1P68.) .
It is hereby certified. That fhe'Continenial (Firel
Insoraree Comneny. located at New York, in tbe
State of New YorkTbas oomplied, in all respects,
with the laws of this State relating to such lnsnr-'
ance Companies, for the current year, and haa led -:
in this Office a sworn Statement, by tbe proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the.
j dateof suoh statement, as follows Sjtjilt ..... , . ,,,
Amount of actual paid-up Capital fSOO.OOO oil
Aggregate amount of available assets.'. ..1.SU.5S0 31 '
, Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (inc., . ..
Re-insnrance SSt'.irW 9J"
Amount of income for the pre eding year aoi.tee 101
Amouut of expenditures for the preoed- ,r
ing year. 81.3 47'
In witness, whereof, I have hereon to subacrimdJ
' mv nsme, and caused tbe Seal of my,
IssalJ Office to be affixed, the day and year above
-:; '.. . written, v, v. ,t ., ..... ,.. .'...t.:;.,
" JAS. H.GODJKaN, Auditor of Stete.
By JA8. Williams. Chiel Clork..- -- V ,' i "
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co.,! Agcnt '
(Naughton Block), ' ' ' r" A ' '
Coiam1ats "O.1 ' !
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i AS .TO THE BU8WXSS AKD AF F AIRS OF TS ilm'l
PACIFIC INSURANCE COIIIP'Y,'
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t CERTIFICATE 1 FOR i'BEICATlOJf'.'1
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l : (li AUDITOR OFSTATE'SOFFICB. -a
Depabtmekt of Inbttkanck.
I ' (JOU7MBU8. Spt.I9tb. I6a.'''Il
It is hereby oertified. That the Paois . Insurance .
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
' California has complied; in all respects, with tha
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for theonrrent year, and has riled in thisl
office a sworn statement, by the . proper ofiioers. ,
showing its condition and business, at tbe date of
suoh statement, as follows, gold cpimney.3o, i i , 1 )
. Amount of actual paid up Capital.... $1,000,000 00.
A ggregate amount of available assets.. 1,389,818 09
1 Aggregate amount of inabilities.-.:, r-160,320 S8
; Amount of income for the preceding
- year.... ..i......... 70S,0ol W '
Amount of expenditures for tbe prer '- t. ,
ceding year .833,985 15
! In witness whereof. I have' hrrrunto subscribed 1
' . my name, and caused the Seal of my llfuce
Iseal.1 to be affixed, tie day and year above.
; written... -J' ' - l. -t "
-v ' 1 - JAS.-'WILUAMS.;, ..,
i ' " Chiof Clerk for Auditor of State. ,
I Geo; F. O'flarra $ Col Agent ,
I (Naughton BlocX
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; AS TO THE Bl'SINESS AJiD AFFA1B3 OS TBAJ( j
NORIH BRITISI1 & MERCANTILE !
Of London ' and" Edinburgh. 'i
i v ; , : AUDITOR. OP STATE'S OFFICE.,' '-
I . . Insufanok Defabtmkt. .. ,
' . '' i '-i'1 ' Columbus. O.. Sept. is, I868. '
! It is hereby certified, Tbat tbe North Uritrsh"1
fend Mercantile Insurance Caicpany. of London and .
h dinbnrgh, has comilied in all resptots with tte
laws of this Stat relating to Firet Insnranoo Com
panies of foreigbn Gevernnients, for Abe eurrant
?ear,includingtne deposit of One .Hundred Thou- ,
and Dollars for tha security of Policy holders Te:'
siding in tbe State ol Orrio, and-that the swom -Statement
of fts proper ofiioara, aied intbia departn
tnent shows its condition and business at the data
of such statement (Deo. 31i 1867) a follows - - a
Amount of actual paid up epi)al..i:4i-i i.00
Aggregate amount of available assets J 13,603,803 85
Aggregate amount of liabilities .- -1,t4S10' I
i rear.......i :.. '.h......... OJJT
Amouotof expenditurea for th preoed-ii ! -i.j 1; ,')
Iii witness' whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
-nVTiaaie end caused taa rteaj of my OSea- '1
sealJ to , be affixed. -the day euid. , -ear abora ,
SALj
written.'
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1 -ft : JAS. H. GX)DMAN.AHoroT Stete. "'
By JA8. WiiiiAJisy Chief Cloik.,, jtmt-.-, Ci;.
"Geo. F.O'Harra &.C Agents,
Naughto BLOCtX ;i .i i i-i'!'.!tfj-Kj.- ,t
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