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r, BROOKES, : v n.:esKi
.Architect, Civil Engineer, As.
Office -over the National Exchange Bank
n iioH..' I ATTORNEYS.
I" kRASEati AH, ' '
9. ... ATTORNEY 8 AT LAW .. .
Otfle. rio. 60 South flieh street. Ambos Butld-
(i - ATTORNK V-AT-LAW MAYOR,
.-..i. ;j -. Mart.f.s Office.
li'UWABD T. peLany, -X.AITOB
V-AT-LAW A Notary Pnblie.
- - Office in Parsn's Building.
W . .. ATT0BNEVS-AT LAW,
Office 9 oath high street, Ambos Building.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
Auctioneer and Dealern Rail Estate-Housb-
hold Goods. Clothing and Notioiu,. ,
-. . No. Wes Broad street.
ti awnui man r. n .
r-- Barber and Hair h
Hot and Cola
Baths, iiaseiaeat PostoSice B
ildinic. ' '
I BOOK" BINDERS. Hi
A-1C tSSK S tULUI
O'atMk. fiia4TS Blank '
Printers and Publishers.
.S,;.G.B00T&& SHOKS. -
TXT T. WILLIAMS lc CO.,
. - 144 Honth High Ttreet." Just received, ail
elegant assortment. A ew stales, low prices. La
dies, please call.
Sjf-OHU fcJ., ' -a ;..
XJ Is the noted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
at-iow pdoeay Now Stuok jut received. . j,
- ' 376 South High street.
COAL DEALERS.? ?
TOBIi80Ki ck GO,
Dealers in Pittsbnreh and Ohio Coal.
sUok. Drain Tile and Stone Sewer Pine.
No. 381 rrth Hih street.
COMMISSION "MEEC HANTS,
1 2 : : ,
TT ITrVHJkSDN, '
4J- Commu8ron, Forwarding and ProduceMor
ehants, dealers in urain. Flour, ao ST W. Broad
Manuiacturers and Dealers in French. Ger
anau and American corsets. .Also. Inop okirta..
v-. s, v f 181 upera House. '
r ,-xi j t CROCKERY, &c. .
W" jn.-iiLxFi, : :r" :
Wholesale and Betail Dealer in China,
Queeasware, Glass, Plated Goods, Lamps and Lauip
t ixtuTes.'- - 4 North High street.
CI - 'A'. A
i importer aod; Wholesale and Retail Dealer
In Crockerv. China, GlassCiuUory, Plated Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps, Ac , .- . .
' ' 359 South High street.
7 AKNftU 4C llIiTl.tllnMKU,
tJL &o. 18 East Broad street '
We otwt to be the oes..
hv-. W; Il)l"JIDENTf8T.2-Tbe best styles
J of Dentistry, including Dann'e Improved
iiineral Plate. Otfioe, 1 and 11 Opera Block.
: DRY GOODS.
f LBBBLi CO.,
-Dealers in Drv Goods. Notions. Ciroets. Ol
Cloths. Mattines. bhadee. bats. Caoe and Fnni.
eorner nigu ana irienu streets, x - ; -
T"'I. OSBOAAPJ tc O., " '-
el. -. - less Scath Birh street.
Larpets Mattings, Oil Cloths,OartaiBa, Sta leano
rapcy ury vrooqs.
11 I'.A W. u.tAi,
XX ' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stnnle anri
Vancy Dry Goods, and aianufaoturers of Ladies'
ttioaKS. -. jzao. mgns'reet.
IMua-i'Aa s r . am iiiMrtKai
X! M. Jaram A Co., cash dealers in Dry Goods and
D ou.ns, 1 south fourth street.
J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods,
iaugtou Jiuxldinx. Joa-im and i Booth tut"
1 aMVOfl tt H ikUiN,
la ; Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
uenu.' i urnuoing uooas, no. e jeu tions
1 AlAJltlX, bHAI ic tU.,
VjT Dealers in Staple and Faoey Dry Goods.
- - -- o.iaOouth riigh street.
A : MbAlilil
ek'CO., ' - '- '
sstio Drv Goods, Cloths.
x.w loaiia and Domestio
h era, eta.
XZUiXSA Sunth High street,
Dft.A'Oa" AxUi A'Ostt;. . .. . .
' - JOHN S. HUBERTS,
Druggist and Apothecary. '
364 North High street.
MAttfLK dc HI1S05I, ' ' ' ' : . :' r
HOLES ALK A EfAlL DRUfiGISTS,
, .'i MO South High St.. Columbus. O.
AA . W hetesal and Kmail Druggists, and Dealers
. . t w w . - j S4 North IKgh Street.
IslCMKSI At MOOME,'
Desisnars. knaravers mtxS PnV.ll.l.M
rsai sura etner seau engravea to oraer.--
r - - Nus. 107 and log South High street.
i FURNITURE, &c.
GOLUirittUte CABINET CO.,
Manufacturers and W holesale and Retail Deal
ers in e'nnnture. Cnairs, i at trasses, etc.
Sv. 301 South High St. (Opera House).
nuiaeturers oi first class Furniture. Whole-
Bo tail W arerooms, a, i ana a tiwynbe
lNjiASAAliUN't4t iO ''I
j Aeaier. in Mantles.
Stuves and House Fur..
AUo, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iro..
17 tastiown rtreet.
K.EN8 A If DART,
l Hons Furni-hm. iinnj ' irT. n.. f
Ceavaar, liaj aad Muet Iron, sioves and Mantles'
I,-.- .--iii L.:s .a.-trS-.-yaua Bouta Hiah street.
a' ITU. AWUm Ac HUFF, ' :: ' -
Ji Deaaera th Hardware, uouse Furnishing Goods.
Main and Slat Mantles. 1 t.te buVaV! HiA
furhaces.Aof , : . 30North Uigh street.
'.'4 V -HOOP SKIRTS.
V .SUA slsl-
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealair In n
BkirtaandOeraeta. ' Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
ana rauoy uwwiuwdvkm wsuimsi,
HOWA, SEWING V
1. AXTfcLW' v
Dealer in Musical Merchandise. BooVs. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods EeaerallT. Special Anent
for the celebrated KHas Howe Oold Medal Sewing
Uaehiee. , , . ho. 6 South Hiau street.
HATS & CAPS.
llSHE ITS ITS l.nF. :
.VI . (Sncoeesortn B. Lauf.) Dealer in Hats. Cape,
i Furs and Straw Goods 3211 South High street.
(Sikn Uolden UaU
: Ot)Doaite Oeoot. "
DA V luauj. Proprietor.
HiB and Town streets.
E. J. BLOUNT. Proprietor
ZfcTTLEK HOVIE, . ....
Corner fourth A Friend sta. Commodious
house and extensive stables. .
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
MERCHANT'S HOT EI,
340 South High street. Good stabling attach
ed to premises. .r .
W P. THATCHER. Proprietor.
CONNEOriCDT sIVTCSL LIFE
surance Compsny. Assets, tl8.roo.ti00.
WJt. JAMISON, Agent, Columbus, 0
GEN h-RAL AGENTS Secnritr Life Insurant
Compsnj, , .
No. 5 Opera House.
INSDKANCE COMPAKf- OP
i -n: .-i -n 4 ejRft kIa n
O. Columbus, O.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo'y. . , ' I
.. . . . Offico.JSos.84T Opera Hons
Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods.
, 1S1 tf. Hieh street. Opera House Bloek.
Deslerin Millinery, Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No- 7 North High street. - .
e Dealer in Millinery, Th-ess and Cloak Trim-.-mines
nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Huh street.
SCH A H Aflsetf dc HOHLLEBER,'
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Far
nishing Goods. . -
----- -" xio.ao nortn aigu screas,
CW. N IS WAN DEB, . . i r
Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fori
nishmg Goods. Also agentforthe Dismond Shirts,
bi coutn nun street.
r-i-v j- '
THE OHIO MEttiriaANT TAILOfctNsS
V A CLOTHlNa jC4X, 185 H. Higsst. Genu'
suits rAader-So- order.-- tirady-raade Clothing al
ways on And.' - . n - ' V (;t ,' .
Viailor and Dealer in Ctothinc and
iornmmsg ooona. '" i ; L "
opa - - i " f '
iiSo. 61( North Hish street
JOHN HIINTEK, ' :'
MERCHANT TAILOH. 330 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
AN lilt KWS St U IJM -News
Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers
No. 65. South High street, next door to Postoffice,
,T a, n' 'i ' 'I I
TJlKEAs, UMLMANN, ........ a
A? ' vNewi Dealer. Bookseller. Statioher ana Klnd-
eav.. Ptbtications) in both German and. ling ish. , ;)
. .... AO, nuutll UIKUSITO-,. .
ANBKEWSb rERKV A ;- x
' Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Frin
it and Wrapping Papers, S3 A 05 North High sc.-
laJ'r'.VINs-k-iriirEBS. ' ' -
'Dealers id Priming, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36,38 A AO North High street.
SALAs.W AN '&, S'i 'tVENSS,
OGEAPHER3.' - V.l '
81 Sou; h . High street. '.
fJ PHOXOORAPHER,. lof .gouth High street.
mores made in every style an sise : - , a
al, holographs,' A
No. 3S6South.High street. ,T
tt . in nifaYN- nr. ii ... ... .
Hj Jfo, 8 Opera House. ' Treats Diseases of the'
B.at.Jieara, Tbroat aad i
I Langs. Also, Diseases-
of Women aad Children. . - n
Wholasal and Retail dealers . for Lighte
ea s mro8 nsuoa. Also,
U.lniwlfil.,. r.t K np mn.iiu liMtr.imuili.
C. WOO ASS, ,
Acent for Chickering's 1 and Bmmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Alelodeons and .Sheet Music.
cc:i.iji 31 South High street.
RESTAURANT.: ;: ; !"
AN K. EXCHANGE RESTAPKaNT,
' -iJomer State and Hitrh streets. to A
: - i n .t tOHaRLEV MYER, Proprietor. ;
- - i
1 ETA SeniNG flACHINEI.
f. The best' in the world. Nim. 1 and 3 Onefa
Honse. W. PIMMEL, General Agent. '
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
I A. UCNBAK Ac CO
AVe Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks,
No. 11 Eat Town
Street. . .
ClATt.8 A; HAttRlNGIO.il
I (Su-eessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry. Silver War and Spec
taoles. f9. 3 Hcil Boose. - - , - - r -s
FA. ac L LE'QIIKKLIIX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelrv. No. 71 Sonth High street.
; STRICTLY -WHOLESALE.'
BANCttOF A" BBOSJ. St CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
; , - - 3 and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street. .
EKED, JONES St CO., -Manufacturers
and Wholesale Dealers in.Boots
And Shoes. . No. Gwynne Block, Town St.
NOTICE IllHXHEBT GIVEN TO
all whom it may oonoern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking '.ompany at the city ol Cleveland,
Ohio, under an Set of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tbe State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34th, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and dosing its Banking business,
to tl at end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said htate of obio in such oase 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 oi State of the said State of
Obio to-be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer,
Secretary anal Audit r of State of said Stat of
Ohio tor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located.
i Dene by order of the Board of Directors of the
Qitv Bank of Cleveland. J ulv am. iwh.
AihiA.ue.jj vvicja, resident.
! v -:. ..; "BANK OF COMMERCE,' J 1J
i . ,.j - . Cleveland, May 23, lttoa.1. ,.
NOTICE IS HEatEBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Uank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
'hat. aiter tbe expi-ation of sir months from this
date, application will be made toth Auditor, See
tar d Treasurer of Stat to surrender to said
Dank the SUCks deDOAilAd mmim t h. mitlttnHin,
Sl!2UlSVon J1-1 "'r B.nk in Pnrsuanee of the forty-;
" ci to autnonae jrree ranK
ing, passed March 31st, 1851.
n V nmit3$Ei'-a EKKINS. PreKident: -H.
B. Hoelbbt. Cashier. maTas d6m
; The Sisters of St. Mary',
J Somerset, Perry eounty, will open their large
nd spacious building for the reception of pupil, on
tbe first Monday iu September, lata. . For Board and
Tuition. 875, (80, 885 aad 90, according to the de
partment of the pupil.- - SB. B.0a, Sup'u
j S. S.- PINNBY'S -
rYASClNG ACADEMt 13 K0W OPEN AT
or Juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 3
PL-M.- Gentlemen's '.evening ehus at AMBOS
BALL, 33d inat., at 8 o'clock P. M. . ectu
Proposition from Colonel Dan Rice
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20th, 1868.
Edward Payson Weston, Esq.
In accordance with the promise I volun
tary gave yon, based upon the condition
precedent qfyorirsuccessfiflly' perform
ing the feat at White Plains, of walking
100. miles in less than twenty-two and
one-half hoars, I now make you a formal
proposition, as follows :
If you will walk 5,000 miles, as yen
propose, in one hundred consecutive
clays, subject to the subjoined regulations
and instructions, I hereby bind myself
to secure to you, by general contribution,
a purse of not less than twenty thousand
You are neither to lay any wager
yourself upon the result of yeurTefforfc
to walk 5,000 miles, as aforesaid, nor to
permit any other person or persons to do
so in your behalf or for your interest.
In accomplishing said 5,000 miles,
you are to start fcorrtle cttv 6f Bangor,
Maine, on or beftre tb'e 4st'day of "De
cember next, between the hours of 2 and
4 o'clock P. M., and proceeding via the
city of St. Paul, Minnesota, by such in
termediate points as you may elect, con
clude your journey at the city of New
York, on or before March 11th, 1869,
between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock P.
M. of that day.
You -are to.; accomplish the said dis
tanee of 6,00ft miles', within 100 days
from the time of starting from Bangor,
including Sundays, but in no event will
you be permitted to walk between the
hourSoftnidnigbt'oTi Saturday and mid
uigfat bf Sunday, t any time during the
prosecution of said journey.
You are to be accompanied by not less
than eight responsible persons, none of
whom are to be directly interested in the
success or failure of your journey, all of
whom shall be duly sworn to diligently,
faithfully and impartially discharge the
duties of judges, time-keepers and pro
tectors, and not less than three of whom
shall be designated5y : hie. J fx 5 f
; You Bhall be accompanied by at least
one carriage during the whole of said
distance of 5,000 miles, to which shall
be attached aPrescqtt& Gttgc edometern
ft J huhu tu7'.uiooiw it at ara -jrvu
rom day to day and the total number of
miles accomplished by you snail be de-
Such odometer shall be in the exclu
sive charge of .the judges aforesaid,
whose duty it shall be to detach it from
the carriage at the end of each day's
route, in the presence of some disinter,
ested and. responsible citizen of thetqwn,
whose attention shall be specially called
to th indekland'in whoso, preiedee the
distance as noted by it shall be entered
in a diary of distance to b regularly
kept by the judges for that purpose. Said
odometer to be again attached to the
carriage in the presence of said citizen
just previous to your again starting on
your journey, and iiis attention to be
then called to the index, that he may be
able to determine whether the same has
been changed or not. O ( ? T 1 '
Whenever it shall be advisable 6r ne-1
cessary for you to cross any ferry or" fer
ries, immediately previous to so doiug
you shall walk double the distance to be
ferried DpcjiUstance to IerditefmuSea
by the ferryman "iit charge of rferryf
subject to the approval of the judges ac
companying you it being understood
that such distance or distances shall not
ta included or allowed for in computing
the said distance of 5,000 miles.
During said journey you are not, at
at any time or under any circumstances,
on any secular day, to enter any vehi
cle used for transportation, but are to
walk invariably, whether prosecuting
said journey or not.
lou are to walk invariably not more
than 100 feet in advance of the princi
pal vehicle containing the judges accom
panying you, ' 'y(
lou are not to avail yourself of the
assistance cf any means of transporta
tion or of that ef any person or persons,
Ldirectly or indirectly, to aid you in the
act ot walking.
sso delay or detention shall be allow
ed for except where it shall be clearly
proven that tbe same was the result of
malicious injury to your person; but in
the event of such injury, if of a charac
ter to permanently disable you or pre
vent you from successfully prosecuting
your journey, 1 am to fulfill my obliga
tion as if the said journey had been ac
complished as hereinbefore: agreed, j
Ail questions- witn reference to 'said
tourney arising during the prosecution
thereof, to be decided by a majority ot
the judges accompanying you.
The postmaster of each city or village
through which you pass shall be entitled
to a seat in the judges carriage, either
for himself or such a friend as he may
designate, And every reasonable facility
shall be extended him for the purpose of
enabling him to satisfactorily determine
the manner in which yourself and your
judges prosecute said journey, provided,
however, that no such person shall be
privileged, to 0Qcupy-a seat as aforesaid
for a. greater distance than nine wiles.' ..
All expenses incident to said journey.
or the preparations therefor, to be borne
In making the above proposition I am
governed by two motives first, to be
the humble instrumentality of rewarding
you for a display of physical and moral
courage in the face ot , almost insur
mountable obstacles and most cruel and
undeserved suspicions and criticisms;
secondly, to foster and encourage a taste
for pedestrianism, made requisite by the
fashionable and enervating indolence of
I am pleased to be abla to say that I
regard you, in every respect, as a gen
tleman fit to be the pioneer in this sadly
neglected branch' of physical culture-
I am not prepared to predict success in
so herculean a task as the one proposed,
but I believe that you can and will ac
complish it if fortune favors your efforts.
I Awaiting your answer, 1 remain, your
admirer and well well wisher,
—Turf, Field and Farm.
NEW YORK, October 26, 1868.
Col. Dan. Rice, Continental Hotel, Phil-
1 adelphia: " -
! My Dear Sir: Under date of Oct.
20th, 1868, you were pleased to address
me a letter from Philadelphia, proposing
to raise mo a purse of $20,000 if I should
succeed in walking five thousand miles
in one hundred consecutive days, start-
I ing from Bangor, Maine, and lourney ing
westward to St. lftuT, Minnesota, thence
east by a route to complete the requisite
number of miles. 'i i,
You stipulate that in no event will I
be "permitted.to walk between the hours
of midnight on Saturday and midnight of
Sunday at any time during the prosecu
tion of said journey." This reduces my
walking time fourteen days, and makes
the task all the more severe. Still I ap
preciate your motive, and am glad that
you inserted the clause; for if no stipulations-were-
made, ' remembering the
teachings of youth and the golden pre
cepts of a Christian mother, I should
studiously refrain from walking on the
Sabbath. Sunday has always been re
garded as a day sacred to rest by me, and
I trust that my feelings in this1 Vespect
may never change. ! :: -...' ! . . .
You - have so fully stated' the condi
tions of (he march, and. only have left
it with me to accept or reject theterms,
that' I have hut little to , say besides a
formal "yes" : or; "no." Honestly, be
lieving that 1 can accomplish the dis
tance in the manner and time laid down
in your letter of October 20thr I am
willing at least to undertake the task;
and the fact of attempting it, . it is not
necessary to explain to those who know
me well, is equivalent to saying that I
will try my very best to win. I hope
to be successful, or I should not thus
pledge myself . to start from Bangor,
Maine,; oh the 1st of December next,
with the intention, health permitting, of
not relinquishing the task till the last
mile of the five thousand is ; completed.
I am well aware that the task is a
difficult, one, and that the season of the
year is averse to an easy triumph, still,
I shall make a determined effort to suc
ceed, and if I fail, I trust that you and
the American people will be charitable
enough to believe that my heart longed
for victory, even if my physical organi
zation was overmatched. '
" I am gratified that the proposition in
cludes no side issues, such as an allotted
task of one hundred miles within twenty-,
four hours, as these issues give rise to
speculation that I do not wish to encour
age in connection with this .march, for I
distinctly wish it understood that I am
not the agent or creature of a betting
clique Whatever Bums of money may
be wagered on my failure or success, I
desire you to acquaint the. public with
the fact that I shall not be influenced in
my march by any bets thua made. I
shall pursue' an -even' course, . and
will not-- strain a nerve' beyond what
judgment dictates, to decide thousands
of dollars one way or another. . This
explanation may be regarded as unneces
sary hy you, but if it is given wide' cir
culation, it may be the means of restrain
ing many from hazarding such sums
upon the result that the prospect of loss
would tempt them to inflict, or cause to
be inflicted, that "malicious injury" to
my person which you have thoughtfully,
wisely provided against.
; None of my employes will be allowed
to wager a cent on this walk. I acquaint
you with this regulation in order that
you may believe my opposition to the
betting ring sincere. " ' '
! The ambition to place America in the
van in all things, incites me ' to' this
march, and unless I succeed my ambition
ill not be gratified.' ":"'",'.'- ,!i
I thank .you for the compliment you
have been pleased to pay me, and I trust
that I may ever so conduct myselt as to
merit your good opinion, and that pt the
whole civilized world. .
.Taught from infancy to revere Hea
ven, and that we are humble creatures of
a Supreme Being's power and mercy, I
place my faith in God and; humbly in
voke His blessing on , tbe undertaking
in which I am about to engage.
I am, as ever, faithfully yours,
EDWARD PAYSON WESTON.
IV7II.L BE RECEITEB AT THE OF.
v T See of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus.
Monday, Nor. IIh, lSOS, '
at 4 o'eloik P. M., for doing th following work,
For buiHImr a double row flag crossing across
Sooth street at the west side ot uigb street.
For lowering tbe flag crossing across Mound
strret at the east side of High street.
For giading and repaving the sidewalk on the
east aide of Front street from the nottheast corne
of Front and Town streets to a point eighty-five
feet north of 1 own street.
i 1 h, hirt will neonened nvtne committee ot r.ne
wards in which the improvement is to be made. Tbe
committee reserve the right to reject any or all bids
at their dissretion.
U. V. BUWAiS,
' ' Citv Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineer's office. No. e) South High
street. up stairs. . . i ... . novji-ata
City Sewer Bonds.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus. O.. Nov. 11. 1868. J
OEALED PROP03AI.8 WILL BE BE.
eeived bv the Citv Clerk at his office, in the
city ct commons, unio, until
Monday, the 16th day of IVovem
. : Oer, A. AS. ISOS, .
at 2 o'olock P. M., for the sale of City Sewer
Bonds. Said Bonds are payable 30 years after
date at the National Park Bank in N'eer York City,
and bear 7 per cent, interest, payaDie semi-annu-allv
on the first days of February and August, at
said National Park Bank, and cannot be sold for
less than par. -
. Pmnnsala will be received for from 830 000.00 to
$85,000.00, to be optional with the City Council to
sell the whole amount of the issue or only a part
tbereof. Bidders will thsreure regulate their Dies
The bids will be opened by tbe standing com
mittee of Ways and Means, who will report to the
City Council for their decision.
Ai. r n ijjsun,
novll-dtd . City Clerk.
lo alt whom it may Cvnetrn : ' . .'
y , , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ,
' Columbos. O.. Seot, 88. 1868.1
' Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus for mak
ing the following improvements, to-wit :
For rradina and Daving the unoaved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings on Third street fromHiokory
alley to North street;
Also, lor grading ana paving tn nnpavea side
walks, gutters and crossings on tbe south side of
North street, from Third street to Fourth street;
Also, for grading and oavinc the auttersand cross
ings and graveling tbe sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, Rom Boutn mono lane
to Sycamore street. .
Also, for grading and reoaving the sidewalk and
gutter and ero'sing on Rico street, in front of Lot
No. 5 of Dennison's subdivisianof outlot No. .19:
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Chapel street, from Fair alley to F ront street;
Also, for grading and Daving the cutters and
curbing on the son tn side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to. Fair
Aso, for building a double row flag d-ossing
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and hied in tbe othoe ol tbe city laerlt.
All persons olaiming damages on account of said
nmnnafvl imnrovements. are reauired to file thuir
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the iigaieenta day oi novemoer, a. V.
1886. , , . .
' li. Hi. WllSUiM,
o?t5-dltaw4w " City Clerk.
To all whom it may conctn :
Citt Clerk's Office,!
. Columbus. O.; Oct. S, 1868. j
Notice is he'rebygiven, that proceedingshare been
Instituted in toeuity uouncuoi uoiumDus.ior malt
ing the following improvements, to-wit:
For grading the north bslf ot Perry street from
High street to theeorporation line. ,; k
Also, for Grading and Daving the gutters and
grading and graveling ' th roadway -and side
walks on Hound street from Washington avenue
to the east line of lot No. 16.
Also, for a double row flag stone pavement across
tniind street noon the west side of High street.
The same to be drmn tn accordance with Dlata-and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All oeranns claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, oner
before .the. jciiteentu .day ot ueoemoer, a. V
.186?'.!.'-J. -... ''( '.. -LE. WILB0N. ;
oct29-dltaww j . - u . ( ,,. City Clerk,
A LIVING DEATH !
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost sav with St.
Peter, "I die daily." Tbe obiect of this article is
not to remind himof aj- his pangs. but to show
him how tobanish them 11 forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief ara proffered
And it is for him to say whether he will - continue
to endure a living death, or to pat himself in
ition to render life enjoyable.
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every city and town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its nse, and eager to bear
testimony to its vir- aV tues. It differs from
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par
ticular it is not alcoholic.
' For snoh constitutions and systems as require for
their invigoration a diffusive stimulant.
; HOOFL AND'S
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
gent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
Satient, in choosing between thise two great aati
otes, should be guide i by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonie sbould be
his selection; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, tbe Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find infin- g ite benefit from tak
ing each in torn. VJr There is no phase of
Indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cat prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in whioh, singly or combined, they will not effect
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength." Get rid of the ail
ments wbioh interfere witn enjoyment; cast gloom
ar.d despondenoy to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a
'' :: NEW MA1H
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable iuvigorants and cor
rectives nOOFLlXD'S GERMAN BITTERS.
BiHouanesfl. Tndieestion. General Debilitr. and
alt the complaiDta whinh proceed from t want of
proper action in tbe iiTer, tbe stomach and the
bowels, are eradicated bj a course of this great
Whioh not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenohed thetcselves in the system, but
is tne Dest Known sateguara against an unhealthy
influences. Persons whose ocounations and nui-
suita sunject them to the depressing effects of a
olose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders whioh malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are
-- WASTING AWAY,
Witnout any special comprint, exoent a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy.
wiU find in the BIT- W- TUR3 a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as r refreshing and eni
erating as a pool in the desert to the sand-eooroaed
ana tainting travelers.
- .: . '1.. . - .'' . ' . .
Is eomDose! of the ours iuioes (or. as they are me
dicinally termed. Extracts!, of Kooti. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any
. -HOOFL AND'S 4. -
GERM Aft. TONIC
II a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with tbe purest quality ot Santa uras Kum,
Orange, etc., making one of the must pleasant and
nMathl. Mmiat ava, t(farA tn th. nnhli. 1
These remedies will effectually cure Lrvist Com
plaint. Jaundice. Dts- DeD?ia. Chronic or
fierrons Debility. Mm Chronic Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris ng from a .disor
dered Liver or stomach,
i - . . - . such - ' r: " " v "
as Consti- - .....
! pation. Inward
Piles. alines of ; :.-
. ... . Blood to the Head, .,
Acidity of the Stomach.
Nausea. Heartburn. Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach. ,
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
JJimness ot vision, I'ots or vveos colore tn
Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
JJefioieuoy of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. I'ai i in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc..
Sudden Flushes of Heat, -Burning
in the Flesh,
ings of Evil, and
sina ' of
Spiriti, . . r. ...
They are the Greatest and Best'
Ever known, and will core all diseases resulting
from bsd Blood. Keep jour Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. 4 Keep your digestive
organs in a sound. s heilthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the us of either of these rem
edies. They will oureevery case of MARASMUS
'thousands cf certificates nave aoeunruiatod tn
the bands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of not and of such standing that
uiey iuudii lie ueuuTvu.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justin of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writss : 11
Philadelphia, March 16, J86T.
I find "Hoofland's Oerman Bitters" is a good ton.
ie, useful in diseases 11 of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- I m efit in oases of debil
ity and want of nervous aotim in the system
yours truly. GEO. W. WOOOWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Conrtof Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 88,1866.
I consider "Hoofland's Geru.au Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in eses of attacks of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I oan certify this from my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Frothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes : -
Philadelphia, 8e-t. 14.1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonio and as an appetiser. It i not an ln
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Respectfully yours,
persons oi an a. jiiEo BOSS SNOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See thtt tbe signature t" ot C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of U each bottle. All oth
ers are connterfeit.
Prinoipal Offioe and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa, .- . , . .
CHARLES M. EV1SS, Proprietor,
, Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
! DEJEl.IOISs3. ,
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.- $1
Hoofland's 4erman Bitters, half dosen........ 6
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1
per bottle, or a half aoien lor 7 o. -
not forget to examine well the article yon buy
a order to get the genuine. ,. , ,
FOP 'SALE BY ALL , DRUGGISTS
I And Dealers in Medicines everywhere. .:
jy33-dwAs woowly " , .
1868. AUTUMN. 1868.
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO ;
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
OCLD INVITE THE ATTENTION
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of
Extra Rich Black Silks;
Novelties in Fancy Silks: ' - ''
Poplins and Empress Cloths; ,-t - -
French Merinos and Cashmeres;
.: English and French Serges; ; .r r-:A
Chamelion Epinglines; x. .
Kioh Lyons Cloak Velvets: 1 '- ' 1 :
. Novelties in Plush Cloakinss; ; . .
Velveteens for making Costumes;
. Astraehan and Chinchilla Cloakings;
. Superb Paisley Shawls: -'
' Cashmere and Broche Shawls; '
Point de Oase Laces, Collars and Sets;"
Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids
Superior Wi -iter Hosiery
Misses' and Men's Merino Vests. , .
; MOST COlll'I.KTE
fj .''; 'r.
IN THE; CITY
OF:.; ; . ,. i
Hou'e Furnishing Dry Goods;
Blankets. Muslins, Linens: '
Sheetings, Lace Curtains.TowelingS AcAe,
' Also, Trimming Satins-1 ......
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Undergarments ot all grades and anali.
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Bots. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles. .
GILCHRIST. GRAY k CO.
t ' .i' 1 l.. 1 K . ' L -'t:? ;. t 1
IV ;e "TV-
St I .
FALL AND , WINTER
; dry goods; !
: -r ' : ;-!;. t,: - ; r
' , - . : ,f - . " I P. f a..! r:l- r.i
TO "jaxrsr ''at " :
N AUGHT O N'.S!
I.. -... ! .- -.- : ':
Paronasers of Dry Goods' are cordially Invited to
call and examine th : '.- i
JYE W STOCK!,
. " i : i --! M :-.' - dt .tr
;,.,. , - - v !. t)v :i.l: l - .'.7
: 1 DRESS GOODS ..................CHEAP 1 . :
FANCY GOODS- I............. CHEAP
j" 8HAWL8 CHEAPl -,
f DOMESTICS. 1-... v.. CHEAP , .,
.EVERYTHING ....i.i.J.... ..CHEAPl i
: .1 .. - f ; -
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. ,;..'.'. 'i Vi ..- i Cr. ' -i ! .
118 St 122 South' High Street, ,
novl 1-dly-aprlT u COL TJMB US. OB JO.
CUSTOM AND READY-MADEf!
THE OHIO . . . . :
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.,
, JTO. 183 OPERA BOTjSE BLOCK,
ASTTPERBNEW STOCK off CLOTH.
Cassimeres,' Overcoating and Vestings, boih
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear.
. GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of tbe motile. We a all spare
no pains in producint tbe most leg.nt and fash
ionable garments to be found any wheie. , . . ,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FUENISHING G00D3
In full lines, always kept on hand.
HENRY MKISb. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer,
w . G. PMIKS, Foreman, j ...-
oct33-aeod3m ' ""
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S , '
No. 220 South High St.,
I HATE JUST BECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
for Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well seleoted
READY MADE CLOTHING.
; 'JOHN HUJiTER, ...
jnM-dly 220 South High atret.
Forwarding- and " Comml&ion
. . l,..a .
!. DEALKB IB ; , ; ', ., T ,
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WIIISKV e, . r.i
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley; -.; e to.
' ! '.' F F I c' S
H .1 1 IT
Near West End eINat'l K ad Bridge;
I COLVMXV8,' OB10. " ' '
M PAPER.WAREH0USE..T, .
- Si 1. .' r- . f !.-,t,. I. !.''
!'" ;.: nr-i ln.,ln,..l f.t(
Th attenlloa of the Trade Is called t tb4 BEpeVi-
... ,-, . ;,. . or stock of . ..... i , ,,-p
' I i '
PAPERS' OF ALL RINDS,
..'j'.';;: Jast received 4i-.a4I. .,,,,', ;i. ,
-- 5.-':j . r.l .! ' ri paii ,Wir
uV.-. n .11 : -:tt-rfit-t tl .'t-.a
NEVINSl; MYERS :
-i 'en 8i!j .:iiiio J 4:-jt lumii.l.
:v.::ii;J tsjjijfi aslJ 1 ;.t-;'i!-ic! k ct.it
! I ,.t8 AiONORTH uieH T,;,i i
if tltuo') ' f I tlt'X-H yMi "tl vli o
--lit! t; ,: ,,:r. i -jtuil fctif b:te p-Un
-r.-.j ,;j 'COL XT-Jit BV " & r" ' -wnl
.: r ii:.ii;s tn'.l 44 t-fla "i-rif t
: l.i'J y-r.- ' ,1- iT;isniiVl 'i!T
'. : - ', !, (. ! Tv -yinti lx4-i
;ll Our stock comprises a fulHIne i;: ;ffi -Zf
Aim iir aU x'ii:'l X !-'. n r
ii i;;r-' . "!,''- -.'!" ' ;'.i;.;.Ji: ;,! , ::j;):i;!
BOOk, , .;:;'iiv..,it:--i.i.7C.LliH Jb 1 m
i'i '' n 1 i-- - . I'.iirl ! .( 'l .:1ut('! I lo
I- ii..; t! 5. .tun .noob lml-
' ji . . n ! ':
r:' -. . r.',;h,'J
Ui,x'! ti :::.! i t -i:,a -.- -.liT .I'tT-
v.-;--: .- Colored and t-.ws-voii
'"" lo ' ' . :) a j ,hal.
V; - We have a fall stock of,,. ,. ,., .
! i f!-; -.-.l i:.--". I.tl'i: '.flJ t.-
!,. 7 !?:..;! .1,;; j !::;:; !') iivt '.
- 1 ,. ' T ...it
Of all siies and varieties, which will be sold at th
; lowest market sates.1 .irii.'..u4
vn.V; i-ii ji. ; ,Ki--iUnWi nilrnvu'
. -'i :'-ii I ' a rvj!nxu'.tnt ild.o'iC
,ij y,.', 7 Ph '!;;!. -a n n:j .!!
j si! it srtsr.i OVB iBTOCJr'OJf noiinovtif .
j Y--.01 ;tt:i fill "'' r Irf iJllS
GU ,A id D
;!fl.l J 6 ;! !vlVX:!rBlZ Sill IStiA
J i-J -1 -!'( -,: . . ,j!.M.f llti'V-V., A
1 ,0.i Is unsurpasedUhcity,inoludin 0,,
' lu'.iii L;.!ti: i'j JfltjJ ,TJffoM i .fiJtnvJ
1 1 o 1 .
:.:l;!i'.i'li" HI tIiTar2jg;l
GIVE US A.
--ir! ,I(!J Tn-.Hr! ,1-i:' 1
NEVrlSf Jf HITLERS.' 1
hove . . V -
; INSURANCE. -ihn'j
Auditor of State's Certificate:
1 ;!. -.;( -j -jfiiil ail! .'i 7. r.iM'-.n
j . AS TO THE BU8IEES8 AXD ATI AtBgtoP IHE- Y- i)
j Moll OrNE lOHK',' ffinfl
j FOB. TBS JXAB. JUTD'irff PSCMB$R 31, 1867 I
Capital fully paid mr.-'. 6O0.XH)O 0O '-
Amount of available asseU.r.....,l,bl4,eo- 3l o
CERTIFICATE' FOK PfJBLr CATlOrT.
I .n.i lT I : 1 ''' ' ' '';'' "i J-rr 1 1 i i i
( ' AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,) t
;; .-;i -v;. : ... Depaetmsnt or Instjbavce.
! .;, COLPEBCS. O., Fbrp.ai7 lSaie68.V.
: It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire ,
Insaraeee Comnany, located at New York,- in the
State of New York, has complied, in all respects.'
j with the laws of this State relating to such lnsur
- anee Companies, for the current year, and has filed 1
in this Office a sworn Statement., by the proper!
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
; date of such sta temant. aa follows 1 i : , ..:. 1
' Amount of actual paid-up Capital...... f 500,000 00
Aggregate amount bf available assets 1.8H.59Q 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, ir.:i . ., . , I
Be-insnranee 381,001 91
Amount of income for the pre eding. year S01Jj84.1V
' Amount of expenditures for the preced- a
! ing year ,........-..-...-.,-., i, 6S1,43 07
In witness whereof, I have hereunto snbsoribsd,
mv name, and caused the Seat of my
8EALJ Office to be affixed, th day and year above.'
- ' JAS. H. GO DM A IT. Auditor of State.' 1
By Jas. Williams, Cbiet Clerk. , . t
Geo. F. 0'flarra & Co., AgeniSj -
(Nacghtok Block), ' " ' ; T
CoIanalxiB, O. i
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;; .;: ' J(, .ijoy
.:::! fit f. .i t
AS TO TH BrSIXISB ARB-AFFATMOP THE
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP'Y,'
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION. .
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFK3B.1
, . . DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. J
' ' ' ' " CoLtTMBrm. Sept. 19th; 1868.
it is hereby eertihed, 1 Sat the faoili leanraao
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
' California has complied, in all respects, with the
laws of this State relating to soch Insurance Cora- -
panics, for the current year, and has filed in tnis
office a sworn statement, by the proper offioe rs,
showing its condition and business, at the date of
such statement, as follows, gold currency :
1 Amount of actual paid op Capital.... i.OAO.OM 00 '
. Aggregate amount of available assets,.. 1,388.818 ss.
Aggregate amount of Liabilities 268,820 PS
Amount .of ineome forth preceding ' : '...-
year.. 708,003 JO
Amount of expenditures for th pre- U,J - ''
ceding year ....'.rrr.... 63J.885 J5,.
' In witness whereof, I have." heVennto'subtoriried'
my name, and caused th Seal of ray Office
, Iseal.1 to be affixed, the day .and jear above
. 1; written. ni.' - un'. 1
.- . j JAS. WILLIAMS.- .......
.. ,.c . - Chief Clerk lor Auditor of State.
i fGed.F;0flarra;i Co.; Agents,
(Nauohtom BlockJ. . . .; ,, .
". Colssmbaa, . 1
i ,: . . Vli
; . 1 . i' -l: Vit,- --.'i
..; r-O Mf" .;-.
, .'.; '.. T I'll! l .''.!.
AS TO THE BUSINESS ANl'AFFAIlt8 OF THb' ",a
NORTH BRITISni 'MERCANTILE ,
- M'SIIHANCE COStPARlY,"'
Of t London land; Edinburgh. '
AUDITOR F8T3tTE'S OFFICE.) "
lNRtTRANIlK Uai.AmTliKWV. S" '.
Tl is hereby certified. That the North ftriti
land Mercantile Insurance Camvany. of LoadnnLMi
tdinburgh, has conn lied in ail respects with tt ,,
laws of-this State relating to Fire Insnranoe Com
Ipanies -of foieigbn Governments, for th estreat 4
lyear.inciudingtoe deposit of One Hundred Thou
sand Dollars for the security or Policy holders re
siding ia the State ot Oprn, and that th sworn;,
statement of its proper offioers. filed in this depart- '
ment shows its condition and business at the data '
of such statement (Dec 31, 1867; as follows; ;.
Amonnt of actual paid no copilal...... 250,000 '
A ggregate amount of available assets U.eot.M 8& r
A gsregat amount of liabilities. t,7tlM v
lAmeunt 01 income' for the preceding ' 'J
! year .-,.. l.Hil7 ti
Amount of exnenditnres for the nreoed-
a- ?er. ...... . .... .v. i. 1 . s.Tsr.ses 34
In witness 'wbereof, iBaT hertnnbo nVj(-i-IHed ;r
sAL4 to be Ax,t4ARand, jt abort r,
3, 3 - JAS. tf'GX)bMiN.'-inaiW'o,SU ' '
By Jab. Williams, Chief Clerk. "
oaugstom Slock), ,,,',, .. '.' .",
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