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gOIMBUSj; OHIO, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1868.
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uVERTISiNG . RATES -fOR DAILY. STATESMAN
(EiKfHnee Nonpareil mate m Square J .
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Local Notices, IS cents per line each insertion.!
ADviBTisiite Kates roBTBi-WiEKLTSTATKn-'
thaw K aanta per aqnare each inaertven: for three
rBoatka or longer, a aiacoant of one-half from Daily;
ADf BTianiq Mr Wmilt Stati(ak tl.60
per aqnaxe for first inaertion, 76 eenta for each ad-1
Jieional fnaerrioa. - - ' '
BDMKEaa MorKEa,aoenta Mli ieertiea.
" horicaa or i)iATBa, 50centa ,
v . NoTioaa or Mbbi8. 15 ceau, -um,.!
. HEi.ioiors Noi ios. half price. .
M Wll ttr aw fa ;.-.; i
a 'Arehiteat. OiTtt Kntineer, A. vt -'- .-f
a . l a Office over the Katienal Kxehangw Bank.'
: JJ V.TTOKSBIB AT LAW V"
Office, No. 69 South fiigh street. AmboaBaJd
p t AMfee. bull., :; . -c
J . AirOEHJtY-Af-LAW MATOE,--r--
. rt . .t' i t ilayer a Office;
Hi ATIU&a'tA.T-LAW A Notary Public -!
-j Ufiioa in Fara-'ii'a buildinK.
ll a mnrvEi 1 ai a nv-r a YftT '.
5ni Office- Htuth bngli 8treeVAnoo8 Baildinff-
AUCTION OKP.'. C03IMISSI0N
:. .t -41 .r!
Anetioneer and Dealer in Bail Ealatb -Hooaar
hold Uooda, Clothing and Notioua, .w-t'--
Be. w eel aaiaaq aneea. :
vT Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Coll
pallia. Baaemeat Foatuflioe al-.tldia - -
t BOOK BINDERS.
eOt Book flindera' Blank Book al anufacturers.
rVf lat.MBoBth -UUh atreeU' Just reeeirad.an
eleeant.aasortinent. -jJew .afjles low prvcea. . ii
dies, please pall.. " '
SJ Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoea
at low prices. He biocbj out received.
u.i .-! OL-ii -i m-ii 318 8oath High street
ROBIN SOI Ac CO , ... , t . -
Dealera in PUAsbursh OhioCoaL; Also,
Coke, Drain Tile antl Stone! ew r Pipe.-
NO.S6J Si th Hiehatreet.
COMMISSION MERC Li AM TS.
TJ "FITCH Ac KON, ' " "-y - -..
. TAX. Commisiiou, k'or warding and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in Grain. Flour, S!7 W. Broad
' atreec -
D" B. KAUNiUEMfr Ac CO.,
'' Manulacturere and Dealers ia French, Ger-
man and American torseta." Also, liuop .-kirta.
. , isi Opera tlouse-
iTTI7Hl.AEL.TOW,:, -- .
. VY . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China,
"HJueeiiBware, Glass, Plated Goods, Lamps and Lamp
e Fintwres. jvm : ; 46 North High street.
. Cr Afl'i - '
- importer and- Wholesale and Retail Dea'er
1 in Crockery, China, .Glass, CuUorjr. Plated Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps. o. ,. .
-" !"- 359 South High street.
X;assNE1C Ac Efll.UI.HSJEK, . .. ". .
"tV ' fto. 18 East Broad street'
-n - WeaR betheJoa.. i-1 -: " i . .,..-
,W UUKN, "DENTIST. The best styles
Jof Dentietry. inaiadina; Uina'r lmorovei
klineral Plate. Oniae, lOand 11 Opera BlocBj . ;
( EBEKLl -ti CO.,-1 ' ' ; " '
e t 7 Dealers in Irv Goods. Notions. Caroetr. Oi
aUkitaa, atauinga, b hades, bU, Caps and iurai
.owner ana aud f rienu atraau,
1. if HK A ,4
. 1 1 1
V e , us ssacn men street,
r tarpeta Alattlnies.OllClotlis.Vtirtaias, Sta. laasd
."LJ'.'-.T. At . at,EAk, '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and
a-'aaey' Dr Goods, and Manufacturers of Indies'
tVloaaa.; - , ' . - ; ya a. Hign street.
e1OUaaTaa sl'.ltuk UvoussTOUi!,,,:
. JJ. .- F, Jkram A Co., eash dealers in Dry Goods and
i. :!; BjAUUH'OMi . it e'.-'
ifJ.WholeBlaBnd Retail D-aler in- Dry Goods,
naugtitou iluUilmg, oi,.lifl and it souxn.jtugu
''XV Dealers' In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
uents nrnismng ioods.no-a neu nous.
ilLtMMlar, tUAY A CO., "
vA. . Deal era in Staple and Fanoy Dry Goods. ,
i . i a i . v. j,o. rmuih nigh street "
r.;.- i '. j. UcAltLfct ac 4?o.. "'-
j t'orcugnr anr Doweatie Dry Goods, Cloths,
tiBra.ete.t J4o aozountn uiga atccot.
IVEAfOL' Alia Li sl'Ottl;.
U ' JOHN S. ROBERTS.
3 lirugsist and Apothecary.
364 North High street.''
'ilf AMfLJB Ac Kl TS05I1"
HOLLSALE A RE TAIL. DRUGGISTS;
luo South men ot.. coiumoua.u.
" DBA11S, BKt l'K Ac CO..
WlwiUit.l..nil K.ia.l 1 imi utri.l. anA DenjArii
as fiwvnetary saeduunea.
' S4 North High street.1
" XV Designers, Engravers and Pnblishers.
'Xiaa laatiuwr aeaia eogravad to erder. --.
.1 - . ' Nua. U and lot South Bighatreet.
i h. . n FURNITURE, &c.
jpuunUIiD VAUINEr CO., - -
Vi Mannfaolurers and Wholesale and Retail Deal-
'ra in Furniture, Cnairs, i at trasses, eto.
i . to - Je. 301 South High St. (Opera House).
"t't .-.! f '.I ' -r
' f Uni,inn,inf lirntelaita li'urnitiire. Whol-
'sale and Retail VV areroouis, G, 7 and 8 Gwjrnne
.IQUSE ' FURNISHING.
Dealer, ia Mantles. Stoves and Hons Fur
nishing Goods. AUo. Tin, Copper and Sheet lroji
, W are. y 17 jaat Town rtreet.
."A KENS STUART, " . -.' -v ' -
House Furnishing Go ds, Mantles, Grates,
"Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
' c -lv ; .-, r . ' , ' ,' 308 South High atreet.
ITOHfTSILOUkHUir, --' ' '-
Y.- l,w,' Purnishing Goods,
Marble and Slat Mantles, Grates, tiu van. Hot
Furnaces. Aa. ' ' - - 30 North High street.
Srr MEiEO. --
' MM Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop
dikirta and Oaraets. ' Also, dealer in Berlw Zaphar
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
S. P. AXTELL, ; , .
m Dealer id Horieal ' Merchandise. Boo s. Sta
tionery and Famjr Oooda aenerelly. Special Aceot
Lir the eelabrated Kliaa Howe Gold Medal fcewiuc
achine. No. 6 South Higti atreeU .
HATS & CAPS.
IBS. n.IH.LaIJF. .
VI (Sueior to E. Lanf.) Pealer in Hata, Cap.
Fnt and Straw (josda 3M eSooth Hia-n atreet. '
i, . t I- o " (bian Golden Hat) .
Itl'l'tB STATES HOTEL,; r cl
' Corner High and Town atreeU.
E. J. BLOCNT. Prbprieton '
Zt.TTL.I5K HOUIE, .
Corner -Konrtb -A Kriend ata. Commodious
house and extensive stables.
r-i- fc, ri :" li. A. BOWEKS, rroprletOT.
MEKCHABST8 HOTEL., "-
340 Sooth Bich street. Good stabling attaoh-
i topremisoa-. . ; . -
CONNECTICUT mUTtTAI, IIFE
, auranoe Company. Aaaeta, $18 '.oo.ooo.
AJKNeJiAl. AUEKXS Heoority Life lnauranee
Company. ' ; . ' No. i Opera uonsavt
HOIHB INSUKANCB' COJIPAHf Or
Colnmbn.0. apital and Assets, 46.614.7.
W. O. M. BAhlEK, 8eo'y.
. umce, nos.es T upera noase :
Ugwbeuile and Retail Millinerr Goods.:
ai o . dixu etrvvbf vyQiv uuuw oiwar
llealerln Millinery. Btraw uooas no inm-
No-T NortlkBifch Street.
fj Dealer in Millinery,
Dress and Cloak Trim
130 South Biah street.
minzsaMl raney wonas.
SCH.AXMAJ7t3 Ac AOBLLEBEK,
Merchant lailois and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods. ii.c:' i 1
1 ' No. 58 Korth High street.
. : - 1-
nishing Goods. , Alao ajtentfortha Diamond Shirts. !
.s . - - . t Gii soutn nisn street.
THE OHIO HERCH 4 FIT TATtOKING
1 A CLOTHING CO.. 186 Jf5. High at. Genta'
suits made tdraor. KaaVy-made Clothing al
ways on band. v
fj Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and .;
bents' f urnisning uooas. -.. , j
- y . J , No. North His street.
JOHN MOTRK, ,,
MERCHANT TAILOR. 230 South High, at.
Choice Mock, of CIothingconttanflT oh hand.
AKDHGUS te. HCI.L..'- Ji
News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
no. 65 soutn Mign street, nex- door to rostomce.
TTtKEO. UMElftANN, ,'--i'J .-..-
J? Newa Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Eng ish.
331 South Hiehstrot.
ANDKeiVS, fEKKV Ac CO.,
- Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 33 & 85 North High st.
Vlflst niCUti. .
Dealers in.Priming, BooV, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 North Bigh street. , , . .
AL.LtVlN Ac TEVEN8,
Z k- PHOTOGRAPHERS.' 1
. . , 81 dou'-h High street.
e PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
f ictnres made in every style and aiae. - - -
' J. AKCIIEK, t .'
Photographs. -AmbrotTpes,- Gema, etc., eto
i .. - : So. SS South High street.
E, M. BOWNS J!t. ., ' .
e ' No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
bye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. A l&o, Diseases
of Women and Children.' - ...
J. F. HABBU Ac CO.,. ! i n-'-"" ."V.r-;
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Liffhte A
Co. 'a and Haines A Bro.'s Fiac.o. Also, Organs,
meioaeons ana ottier musical instruments. -
; . - i i 36 North Uigh ttreet.
U. WOODS, ' " "-- ,1-5,1.71
Aeent for Chickering's and Emmerson's Pi
, Also. Organs, Melocieons and Sheet Music,
i -i . . 31 South High street. !
INK 'EX CHAN OK i RESTAURANT.
CprnerState and Hish streets.
ju..hux. a ai I ca, rropnetor.
iEXA StSWtNCI JTlACHINEsl. 'V
t The beat in the -world. Noa. 1 and 3 Onera
Huse.,- Joi W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
W.ATCHES AND JEWELRY.
a Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Platedware, Spectacles. Ae So. 11 Eatt Town
I (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s, Jewelry-, j&lvei Ware ad Spec
tacles. No. 3 Neil Houfe.
r.i'A. A A, t-EO.CslltXJ d:t i:
Fm VlinlruU n.f Retail ilnlsrl In Wlti-llH.
Clocks and Jewelrr- No. 71 South High street.
:smi STRICTLY a WHOLES ALEL' '
ANCKOf r BROS. ArCO.t ' i"" -1
sff holesate Deaden U Dry Gvodk and Notion ,
, 3 an4 4 Gwjnne Block, Town street.
aau,-viE.ei. joe tw.i,,.. ...
-Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
i No.2 Gwynne Block. Town St.
VTOTICE- IS' BEKEBT GIVEN TO
-A whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
oraaniaed andearrvina on -business as an lndeoan-
-dent. 'Banking. company at the city ol Cleveland,
unio, unner an set 01 tne uenerai Assemniy ot tne
amid State of cOhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
(he State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Cobs
panies," passed February 34th, 1845, being desirous
ut relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to tl at end has- in pursu-nce of the statutea of the
aid .-tate of Ohio In such ease made; paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent. f the maximum
amount of its crrcuiatini notes, and delivered the
-aaae to the Treaaurer et State of the aaid State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and bare provided means and
... aunafw in Ua a-laf a a t.-w f 1'u
iSeoretary and Audit r of State of said State of
vnro lo-- tne redemption 01 its outstanding notes ot
.emulation at the office of the National ..City Bank
of t;ieve-and. at toe said eity 01 Cleveland, where
aldJity Bank i located. - '
L)one oy order ot tne -soaro ot uireotors 01 the
CitTBanU'df Cleveland. July 9th, IH68, T
r-.V-., LKMUEL WlCK. President.
rijyll.ltaw6m ,M .. . , , - .
Bank Notice. NOTICE.
BANK. OF COMMERCE, ) '
Cleveland. May 23, latss. j
NOTICE M HEBE ftV CI VKN TO TH E
-hnldar . nf th' AiitKtandinff.llotes of the lute
Bank of Commeroc, and all other parties interested.
m aner me expi'atlon 01 six monins irom tnia
date.applicaUoa -wiM be made to the Additor.Seo
reiary and Treasurer qf State to surrender to said
Lank the st. cks deposited to secure the outstanding
elrealation ol said Bank in pursuance of the f.irtj
Src.,(4Wcuon ef the act to authorize Free Bank
lug, passed March 21st. 1851. -
-.H E. Hfklbbt. Cashier. tmav26d6oiJ
Thc: Sisters of St; Marj's,'1
AFTHE SfftlNGS, RECENTLY OF
yj Someraet, Pottt Bounty, will open their larae
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first M nnday in September, 18ti8. For Board and
Tuition. 75, (80, 86 and 30, according to the de
partment of thetmpil. SR. ROaE, Sup't.
, AddreeeBo 35L : aug3-dtf
3" Va iS. PINNEY'S :
rATfOlNCf' A(3ADEM X,1S SOW OPEN AT
- J,NA0CHTOMHALI.. ' "
;.,.anllM. Katurdav afternoon, from HaI
I P. M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
! HALL, 33d infct., at o'clock P. M. octU
I .-!-. . J-: U',..' . ..Jii
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
PARIS, Oct. 29, 1868.
The three maps that have of late been
so much talked of in connection, with
the pacific intentions of tha JTrenchtGov-
ernment have appeared to-day, A hey
exhibit the position of i ranee with re
gard to Europe at three different periods
namely, under the Restoration, under
the Orleans, and under the second Him
pire. The third map is summed up as
follows in to niglit's Liberie : "France
as regained her natural limits on the
side ot the Alps; the fortress of Lesseil-
on no longer closes to her the road over
the Mont-Cenis. Italy has been re-
eased from the Austrian yoke. To the
North, Holland is no longer, linked -to
the German Confederation by1 Limburg
and .Luxemburg. 'I he Uerman
Confederation being broken up, the
Federal fortresses have ceased exit.
Mainz is pecupwd by jPrussajaJone.
Landan and Germersheun belong to and
are garrisoned by Havana, Has tad t by
Baden, TJlm by Bavaria and Wurtem
berg. Prussia is greatly increased in
size, but, upon the whole, the itiuropeau
equilibrium cannot be said to be de
stroyed to the detriment of France.
Before the war of 1866 Prussia and
Austria combined were the mas
tgxaVo G-erfnany,!" and would op-;
pose -te rCTaHce a population or eieuty
millions of men, bound together by trea
ties and by a formidable military organ
ization. l o-day the powers surround
ingFrnce:aT4 independent. Belgium
and'iSwitzerland' are neutral. Prussia,
with the Northern Confederation, reck
ons 30 millions; the German States of
the South, bound to Prussia by a mili
tary convention, 8 millions. Austria
has 35 millions, Italy 23 or 24 millions.
k ranee, with her 40 millions, including
Algeria, has certainly no cause to fear
anybody." Jiiven, it may be added,
thousrh she were to -enter irootf' thetaa-
sonable course ef reducing' by otoehnlf
her present enormous army of 90,000
The Montcalm, a new armour-plated
corvette, ba3-Jut Betm (launcftea -at
Rorhefort. Thevessel' is" armed wfth'a
spur and will be mounted with heavy
guns. This is the second vessel of the
same type finished at that port within a
year, the other being the Armide.
J. lie urenca papers contain some
curious details concerning the sup
ply of game in the Paris mark-;
tts. Although the opening of the
suooung-.sisaei is rtiif eifftial tor
great in urn et rf gaitered gentlemen,
gudcarryiwg ahd dog-preceded, to take
the field, they are not generally believed
to make very heavy bags, and France is
not a country rich in game, bhe could
never supply her own demand for that
excellent article of food. Indeed, it is
said that not one-twentieth part of what
is daily eaten in Paris, whether fur,
feather or bristle, venison or roedeer,
is shot or snared in France. Wild boar,
deer, hares, and rab&ita! tome chiefly
from Germany. "Wurtemourg and" the
Grand Duchy of Baden supply them.
Liaden is a very rich game country. Ot
an evening from a railway carriaare one
may .eeS ijjcoredjf hares at, sipetf ina
single'fielcfr Agood many pheasants
and a vast number of partridges also
come from Germany. Black game and
grouse come trom Prussia and Eng
land ; woodcocks, scarce in France,
abound in Corsica, Sardinia
and on the coast of Southern Italy,
where they are taken in great numbers
by means of nets. Thrushes and small
birds come mainly from the shores
of Lake Maggiore and Garda, where the
Lombard peasants destroy them by
countless swarms. The lark, also, comts
from the Subalpone country, but to a still
greater exjejit fforn the DeDartments
of the pj6t-arjrjhe4 anjd.tneL Loiret,
where their capture by nets is author
ized. Waterfowl, geese, ducks, teal,
snipe, etc., are brought from Holland
for the greater part, but also from the
coast of Brittany and the vast marshes
which constitute the chief wealth of the
district of Burgundy formerly known
the Dombes. During the last few days
a considerable quantity of Corsican
blackbirds has appeared in the Paris
Horrible Case of Cannibalism!—
A Mother and Two Children
A Mother and Two Children Eaten by Arabs!
fThe femps -cotitains fto ccouai of a
fearful case of cannabalism which has
just come to light in Algeria. The par
ticulars may be summed up as follows :
One Ben Nacer recently had a cow sto-
ien irom nis neids. suspicion having
rested on an Arab named Ben Aissa,
search was made on his premises. Noth
ing of the missing 'animal was however
tound, but on looking into a bush a little
distance from the house a bucket of pieces
of meat was found.' The wife of Ben
Aissa immediately stammered out that
they were the remains of a donkey
wnicn ner nusoand had killed the pre
ceding' nlgnf. But sle did not longper
sisHn this stdryr1 for on'the bucket be
ing turned topsy-turvey, a number of
feet and hands tumbled out. Three
heads, which had been signed,
were next discovered in the same
pot. The remains having been collected
together, they were immediately recog
nized by Ben Nacer and his companion
aa those of jfl woman named Ben Zous
sef and her two children. The clothes
of the victims were next found hiddeh
in the same bush, a little further on.
Fatima Ben Aissa being pressed to give
some explanation ot the anair, made
ihe following terrible confession : "My
children and I had not eaten anything
for several days, when the twin brothers
Mohammed Bea Ali' and Kadour Ben
Ali, 'cameto us'to p'rripose' that ' we
should kill and eat the children of Fa
time Ben Youssef, aged eight years.
They agreed and forthwith put our
project in execution in a ravine situated
a Bhoit distance from where I lived.
The mother coming near the .spot at
tfMittKMDent-'tw were straggling vtbe
children, we decided to kill her also, from
tear of being denounced. The three
nurderB consummated, we cut the bodies,
ip. The twin brothers I have already
tamed, took a part and left the remain
der, the head, feet and hands being com
prised in one portion. Assisted by my
children, I forthwith took the part al
lotted me home ; I boiled a part up,
which we ate, and put the rest aside in
irder not to exhaust all our provisions
in nnrt (lav. T aan 1 - ....l tli. tliraa
. j - - . -j k u v ,i'v; v . o
:ieads and put tham where they have
(-just beeir fouud.'n -All W parties oon
cerned in the horrible affair have .been
arrested. They each attempt to throw
the burden of the crime on any
ders but their own. ' "
An Antiquarian Hoax.
A Florence papei recounts the follow
ing antiquarian hoax, ' which may be
new to some readers: "Toward the close
of the last century a- learned ' priest,
named Joseph Colucci. was engaged un
der papal auspices, in the tast of collect
ing and illustrating the ancient monu
ments remaining in the district of Pice
num, in the modern. province of Aeon a.
During the course of his labors, com
prised in a voluminous work: entitled
'Le Amechita Picene,' Colucci received
from a brother priest and wit, named
Tondini, a communication of an inter
esting' description, which the writer as
serted to have been recently brought to
light in the Neighborhood . , of Ascoli.
The inscription was considerably defac-
by time, but by patience and inge
nuity the last portion had been replaced,
the suggestions of 'the discoverer being
supported by a long and erudite disser
tation which accompanied Tondini's let
ter,plentifully seasoned as may be imag
ined, with complimentary references to
Coltucci8 learning, and " holding out
promises of further, communication of
the same r character.'" ' - ;-
Colucci fell into the trap, and pub
lisbed the pretended inscription in the
seventh volume, of his series, where H
appears in the following form. The
capital letters represent the legible por
tion of: the monument,' the remainder
haying been supplied by the discoverer :
" BKxtus. FV.dLiI'Jius. Alumina.
QVaEST or Ia. SCRIba. in acTIONE.
VOLum. lSIdi. li i. bona i!i VeJKtui.
GRAti, a Nimi. caussa. solvit, t
i COmodp. r.et GLabrlONE ll. y
, , i . .coss. ... ... '
Some time afterward Tondini, to. the
great amusement of the literary" world,
gave tne true renaeriug oi iu inniip
tion, w hich is simply as follows i . '
" Se publicate quest' iscritqne vol
siete nn gran coglione (if you publish
this inscription, you are an ass).
The affair, however, had a tragical
end, for when poor Colucci. found how
he had been fooled, he took to bis bed
and died 'soon after. So, at least, says
the.Cornere Italiano. ; ', - u .' :
: ' Alexander Hamilton said to an inti
mate friend t "Men give me some credit
for genius. All the genius I have lies
just in this : When 1 have a subject, in
hand I study it profoundly. Day and
night it is before me.' I explore' it in all
its bearings. ' My mind becomes per
vaded with it. 'Then the effort which I
make the people are pleased to call, the
fruit of genius. It is the fruit of labor
and thought." .
Mr. Webster once replied to a gentle
man who pressed him to speak on a sub
ject ot great importance : "ine suojeci
interests me deeply but I have not time.
There, sir," pointing to a huge pile of
letters on the table, "is a pile ot unan
swered letters to which I must reply be
fore the close of the session (which was
then three days off). I have no time to
master the subject so as to do it justice.'
" But Mr. Webster, a few words from
you would do mnch to awaken public
attention to it. ;
"It there is so much- weight in iny
words as you represent, it is, because I
do not allow myself to speak on any sub,-
lect until my mind is imbued with it.
i Demosthenes was once urged to speak
on a sudden and great' emergency.-
am not prepared," said, he, and obsti
nately refused. iiif.
The law of labor is equally binding
on genius and mediocrity. I-vm .,j
SE ALE D PROPOSALS
1TTII.I, RE RECEIVED AT THE OF
V V fice of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until : ., . ' ' . . I., !-T i 1 ,
Monday, Nov. 16.h, 1868,
at 4 o'olo:k P. Al., for doing the following work,
. For bniliing a douMe row flag crossing across
South street at the west side of High street.
For lowering the flag crossing across Mound
street at the east side of High street. ... .
For giading and repaving the sidewalk on the
ea-t side of Front street from the northeast corne
of Front and Town streets to a point eighty-five
feet north of town street.
Th. hid ill he oDened br the committee of the
wards in which the improvement is to be made. The
committee reserve the right to reject any or all bids
attheudissretion. . jj- f. BOWEN,;
i I i -i. - Citv Civil Eneineer.
City Civil Engineer' office. No. 98 South High
street, up stairs. novii-otd
! CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
Columbus. O., Nov. 11. W68.
HEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE HE
O ceived by the City Clerk at his office, in the
city tl Columbus, uuo, until .
MondaiT. the 16th day of Kovem
. ber. A. 1. 1868,
at 9 o'clock P. M., for the sale of City Sewer
Bonds. Said Bonds are payable 20 years after
date at the National lark Bank in Aew York City,
&nd hAr7ner cent, interest, navable semi-annu
ally on the first days of February and August,
said ational Park Bank, and cannot be sold f
less than par. - . -
. Proposals will be reoeived for from $20 800.00
$85,00(1.00, to be optional wiih the City Council
sell the whole amount of the issue or only a part
thereof. Bidders will theref ore regulate their bic
Tha bids will be opened br the standing com
mittee of Wars and Moans, who will report to the
City Council for their decision.
L, E, V ILSON,
novll-dtd City Clerk.
lo all whom it may Ccncern :
' -' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
- : Columbus. O.. Seot. 38, 1888.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City council ot columDUS ior mat
ing the following improvements, to-wit :
l.'nr urailine and Diving the unDaved sidewalks
gutters and crossings on Third street from Hickory
alley to North street;
Also, for aradiug and paving th - unpaved side
walks, gutters and crossing, on the south side
North street, from Third street to Fourth street;
Also, for grading and paving (he gutters and cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to Sjcamore street.
- Also, for grading and repaving the sidewalk and
gutter and cr'sing on Rich street, in front of Lot
No. 5 of Donnison's subdivision of untlot No. 38;
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway
Chapel street, from Fair alley to Front street;
Also, for grading and paving the gutters and
curbing on thasontn side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to Fair
al ey; ' . .
A .so, for bnilding a donble row flag crossing
across Linn alley at ihe 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 filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on
before the Eigateenth day of November, A. D.
18M' ' L. E WILSON.
o-.t5 d1taw4w City Clerk.
To all whom it may concern:
Citt Clwrk's Opficb,
C0LUMBU8. O..Oct. 26, 1868. (
" Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for mak
ing the following improvements, to-wit:
For grading tbe north half ot Perry street from
High street to the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving the gutters and
grading and graveling tha roadway and side
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
to the east line of lot No. 16. -
Also . for a double row flag stone pavement across
Mound street upon the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed in the office of tbeCity Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on
before the Fitteenth day of December. A.
' " '
". L. E. WILSON,
, ' oct29-dltawlw ' ' City Clerk.
A LIVING DEATH!
. The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter. "1 die daily." Tbe obiect of this article ia
not to remind him of L his pangs. but to show
him how tobanish them forever. The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
mm in .
GERMAN BITTERS !
And it is for him to sav whether he will continne
to endure a living death, or to nut himself in -
si tion to render life enjoyable. . - ! , . . . :
Of th efficacy of tMs matchless vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every eity and town in the
United Statea healthy men and women, rescued
from tortaro by ira f use, and eager to bear
testimony to its vir- tuca. it aittera from
any other Bitters in existence, in this -special par
ticular it is not alcoholic, i
r or suco constitutions and ayfltemeai require for
tneirinnsorationaaiQusire aumuianu. ....
U ; hoopland's
German!! tonic i
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol-
la extracts ot tne nnest restorotives ot the vegeta
ble kinadom are held in solution hv a snirituona
sgent, purged of all deleterious eonstituenta. Tbe
Satieot. in ohoosing between th-se two great anti
otes. Bhonld be auidei b, his own condition. If ii
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
his selediion; but in oases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find infin- A ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There ia no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or comDinea, tney win not eaeot
oure. . -
Exchange Fain for Ease
- And "Weakness for Strength-' Get- rid of the ail
ments wuich interfere with eniorment: cast doom
ar.d. despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
ot me -ana. in snore, oecome a
Thronarh the instrumentality of the most nowerful
and popular of all. vegetable invigoranta and- oot-
rectives . . i ,.-j
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERN.
Biliousness. Indisestion, General Debility, and
all the complaints whinh proceed fiom a want of
proper action in the liver, the stomach and -the
bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great . .
Which not only combat J and onauers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the system, but
is the best known safeguard against ail unhealthy
-influences. Persons whose occupations and pur
suits auoieet them to the denresdinx effects of
lose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection againta tne low -levers an
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are : . .-rr f -r .-. .kV .n- in
Wirnout any special eomp'.aint. exceot a gradual
declination ot bodily strength ana nervous enorgy,
will find in the BIT- 7 TUBS a fountain ol
vitality and vigor, ai - r - refreshing and exil-
eratinx as a pool in the desert to the aand-sooRhed
and lainting travelers. ,
t HOOFLAND'S ; b
AAmtwu.,1 nf Ml ft inn A iniftM rni mm thnv ... mm
dicinally termed. Extrietsi, of Rioti, rterbs and
Barks, makina a preparation hishlv concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any
;hooflands : ;
- . - .... r . ' , , '(.
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of .Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, etc., making one ot tbe must pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever onered to tne punue
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
ulaint. Jaundice. Dvs- I peoift. : Chronic o
Nervous Debility,' lae Chronio Diseaaes
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a. disor
dered taiver or stomaon,
as Consti- '
Piles, lull cess of .
Blood to the Head,'
r . t ; Aoidtty of the Stomach. ".'.'?'-
Nau.ea. Heartburn. Disgust ; '
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking .
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach. ,
Swimminir of the Head. Hurried and liiffioult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
Suffocating bensations when in a L.yn.g fosture,
Dimness ot vision, Hots or vv ens Del ore tne
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the
.. . , Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., ,.,
Sodden Flushes of Heat, ,
' Burning in the Flesh,
Constant Inoagin- -'.,'
- - ' 1 ' ings of Evil, and ' ' '
" . , - ft a f fljon .. .
' "s .. Spirits, .,
They are the Greatest and Best
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
irons bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in older. r Keep jour digestive
organs in a sound. J! he tlthy condition,
: the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
i ..... . .
Are made strong bv the use of either of these rem
edies. . They will cure every case of MARASMUS
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated
the ban Is of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. - Those, it will
onserved, are men ni note and 01 bucd standing tnat
tney must oe oeneved. - - -
THE WHOLE SUPREME COUR
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. ,
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
timony T .
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writjs :
Philadelphia. March 16. 1867,
I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a rood ton
ic, nsefnl in diseases Etfl of the digestive
gans. and of great ben- la . eSt in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the sys'ein.
Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
, - - Philadelphia. April 88, 1866.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in cses of attacks of Indigestion
Dyspepsia. I can ce-tity this from my experience
of it. . Yours, with respect,
i ' JAMES THOMPSON,
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
; ,. . Philadelphia, Se-t. 1,1867.
'. "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonio and ai an appetizer. It i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially
persona ol all age. Re pectfully yours,
persona m au a JAMJfa K(jajj SA0WDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See th.t tbe signature T ot C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of J each bottle. All oth-
ers are counterfeit. , n
' Principal ODioe and Manufactory at the German
j Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
jCHARLEi M. EVANS, Proprietor.
j Formerly 6. M. J ACKSON A CO.
j .:' -; 3?hiobs.
i Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle l
1 Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half dozen 6
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1
I. iw hntti., r m. hmif doaen for 17 50. - -
Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
0 order to get the genuine.
FOE SALE BY ALL DUUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medioines everywhere. .
jy-3-dw& ajeowl 1.
ilLCHRISTj GRAY & CO.,
Nos. 23,25,27& 29 S. High Street,
WOULD INVITE THE ATTEXTIOff
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of - - ' -
-.: v , ' . i " ; : ,, -( i t
. Extra Rich Black Silks; , : . , .
Novelties in Fancy Silks:' " ' ".
: - Poplins and Empress Cloths; - ,' . .' . - .
French Merinos and Cashmeres; , .
'' English and French Serges; -
Chamelion Epinglines;-- : , ,.; . '.
Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets;
Novelties in Plush Cloakincsr i ! -' '-. '.:
. Velveteens for making Costumes; , ...
Astraehan and Chinchilla Cloaking; - '
... Superb Paisley Shawls: -1 a' c' .' j
Cashmere and Broche bhawls;
7 . Point de Gaae Laces. Collars and Sets; M V
:. Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids;
Superior Winter Hosier ' ,
Misses' and Men's Merino Vesta. ,;, ;
. . THE ,
MOST COMPLETE 1
J,'.- '--.i.r- i i!.") TJi,"'' '' .w'1
IN THE CITY
Hou?e Furnishing Dry Goods; ' ' 8 ' ' ' '
Blankets, M uslin, Linens; 1 it. ) i
Sheetings, Lace Curtains, ToweUogs Ac., Ac
Also, Trimming Satins, t - -
K : ' rt t:.: -.7 : ' il .::,::"! .s.Y.I ll
Ii '1 I" i l',"nn,. rt .t I ol -i
, ALL AT THE- eil3 1. ,; !'I
VERY j LOWEST - PRICES.
.; : :;-; . i ..-1 -.-tr.-r
Merino TJndersarmenra of aTT arradea and enali-
tiea for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Bora. Also,
a tresn stocR ot Hoop Blurts and Corsets in the
newes. styles,',.. 1 t . .. .
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
I: li -!! --t
.:.! . -.in'' c.i
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1) .i! ,T.n i
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.I; 1 :i i: -
DRY GOODS. ;
I 11 in-ftu t
-i A ' t-1 'iv ui
N AUGHT O N'Sl
.ii: ! i
Pnrcnasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited
-.1- .1.1 1--J eau and examine the '-..-v ...
- o -, -. . ... ' :'; !''.
i E W S T O C K
DRESS GOODS .,'...
SB AWLS. ....... A....
, DOMESTICS .s. ..
" s , tl :
1.1... : ." ' ' .'. :! -' ' ' i --M ri :
u , ,118 Ac 122 South High Street, ., . -
novll-dly-aprlT . COLVMBHS.QIUO.
.. . . ti- - ; . i'.i
CUSTOM AND READY-MACE.
McrchantTailorins: & Clothing Co.
SO. t OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, '-
' ' ColumhuS! Ohio.
A SfTPFHB NEW STOCK of CLOTHS
fa. t;assfmeres. Overcoating and vostmgs, bot
roreign and Domestic, for Fall and Winter wear.
. GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mod. We a all spare
no pains in producing the most elegot ani iaah
ionaoe garments to do xouna anywneie. -
1 ' EEADY-MADE- CLOTHING, !
0 f which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable strles. will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3
In full lines, always kept on hand.
HENRY M K IS e. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer. . -w
. G. PbRKS, Foreman. "
oct23-deod3m - . ,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S V ;,n
No. 220 South High St.,
; COLUMBUS, OHIO.
I HATE JUST RECEITEO TBE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods aver brought to this city, consisting of '
French, - -i
Xl.itrHI and . , .
j . fjom estio Oloths,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will seli at the low
est Cash prices. 'i
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
sock of . ... -. ., -,, .
READY MADE CLOTHING.
... JOHN HUNTER.
juW-dly ' " ' ' SSO South High street.
' WM. MONYPENY, '
Forwardinff, " and , . Commission
: Bi . MERCHANT, :. .
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
..; i. OCR, WHISKY, e,' Yfi
ta"V" ' 'it Prices Paid at all times
CertuW , Barleye 0i,
Near West End ofNiat'lJU .a 9rldreJ
v . ff 7 ITU 17 F7C . VI TlJMX . .
.Wal liLil UU
The attention of the Trade is called to tha superi-
wsHnftvi ' 1
.r!l'.", V - : ; .' . (7l
-.? svv,: ..v;!ij Sud
PAPERS OF , ALL, jEINpSj,
i. '.'. ,i ; . - .; .'i hf C f -.-f.-ii". (r.ir
' ! ' Just reoeived ndf ' aalabjf t,ljJ
'-.';,: ,,..!,..- n;j :m .:ii:i-j fiiOif
J'.'VI .'.'Sir J.-:.., 1. 1 -,i!i,i,i,;B 9lt
NEVINS ;& JilYEIiSi
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iol.i'ntj I.) 7 ! u'j ui IjUbib!!
' Sfi, S8 te 40 NOBTH 1 IgR Iti
,f r. ..:-!!; -.'; uj ,ii J-iot-J "tel srfl
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i ! f V ..'i.1 71!
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1 i't r.'.Jiiiir.4 now xju)
'' ...;.t ,1 li-iiii i..Jo latrtt
-wnm. ir-rr .tt-rihi- orii nO . .uiist
i'IB l:fr !' f rrJ(W3 aiaof
t Colored artd
ri::uj ;..7tl laali; U ,no-Jl.K Knot,
."irmon nlli.141'1 lo
.1 t-jik.; f,o ,,:..!vrrni:!KaprB.
afl (iiijil i' .iJiiitlB v!i'ivif Vj'woquiq rfj
rtc.-a 9iH :io hi:.,; bud v.'.rti fnit
n- -'--X 'c'"w5l "tit .trfoi O 0 vr.R9uT
r We nave a fall stock of
-y.'. vJ j!ii'i-i!,-,iriiE"i 9.11 t.ieit
.Tiai.'J iu aim ,i!sni ilT Mdsc-s
-r ; n v t ,(!'.( ?7 jf( lo J-aiUrl til il-nSil
Of all siaea an varieties, wriioh
'" ' . lowest market ratea. . I . (.tr.uj
l i v ti:;.: o-. ;'i(l :iy.'-'ij ai?Torri'rtI ;ij )qt
- 7 .tt n p-Mt,t ifiiilwa! .ointij
li . Jx--7-rtt 0O',IOI df 3 botMi
!'! -' i r-rrir0irt-S7VCK .Otr- Ailrn lanft
j j . 1 .-Uis h-K .fciusit 71 tafaJdo hjoxJ
v -' r-.'T.' (v- - nm'.Kof yr ga-jbtt'1-
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it-ri ' " .vm raA Ivrn yi:'. orltr
ifAS (litift -fi'j f'jtMf fjl nirfjiw
lo l-s-fmirfl uvit rtrfdi 9l on -jlnlortO
li;p irij la sjot oiii iii19l-jL. buiII
i',!i''Im'i.h v-" -'
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.;-.i -.-1 !"i;iAi!i!TTTln ! n)-t!llrr
viriCl tail; ,ii nig'- jJcuil lo wt'liiasib
nots" '.'.r.fj.i uu . .r- a..iivj e-IllHa
.w am. aawiiM
irr' - "' '. ': ' -'...;-.,',.-,., -j.
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS OF THE
I I I! .!!.- ,. I, . ul.,.::.'!! ua tw
i ;ni 7llil. K- lit l'ji ft-HS tif 7:t tr Jl!ni2.M;(,
fOB TSS XEAB JtNDHTft IEOXMBJZ&himi
Capital fully paid ap"..:.'.;. A,.C?.:tJOI.Of)rr1OtV
Amount of available aaeetsv.-5.. Jl.aUr.tsJ
CERTIFICATE ' Ftm; FCBticAT lOIt"
, U lu 71ff -.' ,11 .i7t.'tT ll i'llW ,!iant
AUU11UK Ur HTAT1S-M U(F1CEJ,I
DEPABTMiNT OF lNSUBiKCK. '
f ..- r CoLCBBCS.O-rebruary JtijA
It is hereby certified. That the Continenial (Fire)
Insurance Comnany, loeaied at New York.'-iB- tne
State of New York, baa complied,, in, U respecttt
with the laws of this State relating to' such Insur
ance Oompaoiei. for the current year,- and baa filed
in ibis Office aeworn Statement, by the . proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at tha
date of such statement, as foljows r, i-, vii 3.1 a
Amount of actual paid-up Capital, i,,.. t5e,000 00
Aggregate amount of available assets 1,814,580 31
Aggregate amount oi . Liabilities, (inc. ; . i a i ii
Re-insurance. ...... Jtel.ptq 99
Amount ef income for the pre eding year 801 ,t8 M
Amount of expenditure frr the preced- -r,-,.
ing year ......1681,443 47
" In witnesa whereof. I have hereunto iubscrlnrd
- mr name,, and caused the Bea. of my
(sealJ Office to be affixed, the day and year above
written." . ' .. .1 a.iS
v- JAS. H. GO DM AN. A editor of Statea
. By Jab. Williams, Cbiet Clork. .
Geo. F. O'flarra & Co.', AgctSM
!-,.., (Naoohtom Block). . 0 Tm.nini
: v,r-.. In: -ft' ColBBalinu Q, a
-.. K,-. .-.j.'i oi ; . :.;r;!i.T-:i e.3ili3vj-
-.--'? V t ' ." '". : 7 -' :-n-3 i Jl n?i;'
1 AS TO THE BUglJtKSS AKD AFFAIB8 OF TB'!'
PACIFIC E N S U R A N C E C 6 fvl P! fj
'"Jilf' SAN FKANC1SCO, CAX'.'1
' !:,. i K .. - iii nil Still. .-. f 0
CERTIFICATE. FOU FCBCICATIOBfj
fir.K : : AUDITOR OP ST ATE'8 0FFICE.ri
iEFABTlIENT OF InSHRAKCK.
' OLFMBrs. rsept. loth, l
. It ia hereby certified, Tbat the Paeifiji lnsuraaea
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
California baa complied, fa. all- respectey with- 1ba
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the current year, and has filed in this
office a sworn- statement, by the proper - ofiioera.
showing its condition and business, at toe. -date of
aueb atatement. aa follows, gold currency i -' 1 1 ' '
Amount of actual paid mp Capital...-. il.eoo.DOO-ae
Aggregate amount of available assets.. 1.2B9.CI8 09
Aggregate amount of Liabilities 259,310 88
Amount of inoome for the preceding .,
year ' 708,003 YD
Amount of expenditures for the pre- !
ceding year " ?3.E85 15
I In witness whereof, I have hrt-nnto subsorihed
., r my name, and caused tha Seal of Bay Ofiica
seal J to be affixed, the day and . Jea above
' written.- . . l-alnvi .
.. ' JAS.WILLIAMS, ,o
Chief Clerk lor Auditor of State.
; Goo. F. O'DarraCo1 Agenk
l?.PfBilAl,'.'7.!t : '.-nr..
""". " .Colmmbiiii, O, .
o: ::;..'f7 -r 1 it-r: i! i i.i- - -S ,:7iJ
'! l-i ! :. 1. U-naU - .T TnfT .'''".T
'.-.I . 1 - 0 . '' bl'8 M10
. .r-i.i'o'-J vt P"it::i-r.t c't .Jirf-.i'j
as to tbeWsiness AH AFFAIBS OF
NORTH BRlTIin & 3IERCANTILB
-c, i. UAPICE COMPA, w
Of London and ' Edinburgh!
- .'... f! i : ii .' '! t siiiTiiJ
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)-,,
' -;i"- Columbus, O., hept.a8vlW8.Vjo
It is hereby certified; . That the North. BaitUsh
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London aha
tdinburgb.baa com) lied in all aeaptota with :tt
laws of this State relating to Fire . Insurance Com;
paniesi'of foreighn Gevernroents, for 'the 'current
year.includingtoe deposit of Doe Handreel Tboa.
sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders ra
aidiDgin the State fOoi, and 'that' the' eWdri
autement of its proper offioen,ied in this departr
ment -shows its condition and business at tbe data
of suoh atatement tLeo.W186raifoiilr.wsnK oj
A monnt of actual paid -up copili-. .-1 .. 250,000
Aggregate amount of available assets 13 603.F03 8
Aggregate amount of,liabiliti i. VMllo iT .
Amount of. income for the preceding .,,
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