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Architoot, Civil KnjineoT, Aa. - 1
tin k K tOffica oral tba Kaiiooal KzoBanaa Bank
r B1IEK KA'H
s - ATTOliMvVS UV
Offiaa. So. OB kcuub
ia ttnai. AabooBmild-
tl i , AXlyai-4.1-iAW Jl MAYOR.
1 'nDHiiHB T.' twi.ani i '
'-' Hi AllX.aJHJtk-.AT-4.AVfr Noterr Pobllo.
i i)diaa ia ir'amwi'a iittikiituc
artl V, - ATTORMEVB-AT LAW."1'-'- '
- Offloo 60 r oatb aUaeVAuiiHia BaildiDC
-M AND COMMISSION,
T Q. BEAM
' AnaUofWar and DaaJar In Baal Kataia Sanaa
hold UockU, Ulottapi aad Motiuua, - y,i f f
Ji o. T W tat Uioad itraat. ,
, v : , si BATH kR00MS:
.4 f 5 f
Hot and Col.,
: v3T i iiarbor aad Uair Uranor.
ilasomeDt i'untoffioajjjiljin , , .
i - ;C5 Nook Binder. Blank Bobsf Mannfaotarert,
a. rintarsaad t'ablienera i ,15, . .
' ..BOOTS & SHOES.;.
11 ( 1, HllililADiaaVU.,
" ar- meemta mgn street.
J art receired. ah
ip. elagaot assortmsni.
auleii tDsryrioas. La-
-, eUes. please call. . .
.; I IjAi uUU at l,.l ;- 1 -.:
, XJ Is tba noted boas for good Boots and Shoes
at bm prices.
New block jufct received
aw Booth-High street.
i COAL , DEALERS.
KOtSAlWOAl Ac. CO
Dealers in fitoiburgh and Ohio Coal, .alto,
Coke, Drata Tile and Btone newer -fipe, 1
No.SSl Worth HiabTstraet.
i,:d; .COMMISSION 'MERC tl ANTS.
ii riTvta c soivJ
'JLLI Cuiamiasion.r drwardlnf an$ Produce Mer-
" CORSETS. '.
1 Ui- 'Maoalaataran and: .Dealers ia French, Gor-
auan and American iOrsaa. Also. Hood skirts.
- : - 184 onera Honaa.
erf; A 1 "i ----p 1
r?9i 'i ei i'
.-;fcE,Teai. J.-n iiv."'. i.lm i
lUW holeeeJa aad ' Retail ' Dealar in Xhine.
uaeaMwatelaaa.reaaaii'Wiod, uunasaad Ijau
iixtures. , . . r4 Nora Hutu street.
: " " ..... .
-ts.-t'J ii .Ta-a-AAM'o
tli .li.rsArri'- -r3ei! x-i 1 ' j -i
1m lmaorter aad Wholaula and Retail DeaHai
in brocaery, vuiua, was, vuumjr, riaiea uuooa.
Coal OU Lamps, o. - " '- ; - e
t? Sat 8ath High atreet.
'TV7:. -".-".- -no. a Kast Broad street.
r Ida d-i oiW;
aji. DENTISLThe bast atnes
Uentistrv. luoludiuic .Uudh i iuiorore
. 1 j 't lncren rMH. -unn., w.mt 11 upara-BHies.
ti l bM ; Dealer ia Dy uda, Notieos. C JrpoU. Oi.
19T'v Vrfueaas ejalnngi bHadee. tiav.yaps sua .cars,
w4ir,Auraar Hiuauuiruuv. streeu ., , . .. c. !
vsuaanr at o. " " I
. t . T'-i las (ioath Hick street.
Laroeta Mattinaa. Oil ClotnaOjiutauks-iiiai. ta anu
M acy ury uouqs. Ty.,..i. .. ...
ii--r.-it7'i. ran. " 1
Xi.6 fWhoiaeeUend Retail Dealers in tSUplaanu
ancy Dr4 Uatida, aod oulaotuxer of Ladies'
vioaas. . T y . -. : ue o. uigu streeu
' "VUh'I'h si. uni Mas sruuc.
- JP - Kram A Co.. eash dealers in Dry Good aad
jxou ns. we oouiu rourtu street. .. . . 1
tf ' Wholesale and Retail
Mn Dry Goods,
VT.'raaghtunBaUdins, Aoa-UBaml last toouth ligh
i . l'l street. ' - :.. a 1
oi -.--a AV Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
-ii r -ueaU" farnisning Uouas. AO. 0 Aeil House.
tA sa4;aa ', eas.a k tc 4e. -M
i Dealers ia ttuple and Fanoy Dry Good,
.iv .w Ao-svouttth cigh street-
A .). aauaAas 4a .,-- ur !
Foreign and Domeitis Itry-Gooda. cloths.
aajsvoea, eaooaeaetHMaBiga street. i
l.-.vus- 11 1 iin 1 ii 1 i 11 1 1 1 in n r-
: iiow sr
-j.-iuMSh.sa m.'i'r. . r
w'.'J i d feopie's Drag Ibturo, 80 Soith High St. j Pr.
ar t T r-ITl"Tri 1" I 1 - '
f Akvarar aaiie rE. -
U juaM . kobiiKTB,
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A-r ! :
iragiiat aad ApoUiecar.
64 North High street.
- M Aat.Evat ti r5t, -
WHOLkBALE A EKt'AlL DRUGGISTS.
.'','".;-' aoath Hi,b ., Cmambas, O.
1 "llaaAIJM.MtaKJaa. Jc ?.. ..-..,nii - ,
i JJ W.ilii aad kasait DrascMta, aad Dealers
... .;-.. . . fSA North High strael,1
lllCtsJca 4t nouaE,
a AVDesinars.'Engraars and Publishers
rial and uinersuls agsaed to eruer
N os. 107 anaVloS houth High street.
At a i itm ajeuu wmh sm eat vw,j
! 1 Kj kUauiaoturers aad W holesale and Retail Peal-
I J Jars la ajdtaee.aJnaua, saaiiraasea, ei. . 1
lie. sol CsWath High bl. topsrs House).
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. Miaaaanas'a(iarrAIA4a.. 1
V 9 MuBfut.Mn a smdia karnitara. Whole-
'Vi Block1' Ukii W.arefooaia, . I aad a.Gw(ni.e
.v " HOUSE ' FURNISHINGJ
i.v. at aaMibotfus-u.. "
JEe Doaleci ka MaaUes. hvotm and Haa Far-
1 1 aiantag raas. auao, i in, Copper ana aaeel iron
im."" .. i cut loara ttroot.
A KENS k STtTART. -
xV. Hons Furnishing Goods, Mantles. Grates,
copper, tin us dumi atuh, ocoves aud jaaous.
"e douih tuh ttreet.
; a KTON. T4JLOH 4c HUFF. 1
" i llMUn Sn tlArrieraril. Hmu h'nrni.l,ln. fl 1.
Marble and blat Mantle. Grates, b tt yes. Hot Air
ruuMs,o.4,..,9 . oorta uisa street
llj. Mnnnfantniwr and Whalarala Daalar la Hbos
Skirti and Ooneto. Alio, dealar in Berlin Zepliar
and tanoT Good. 103 Soath High tr' Jt. I
if owe? ewijg Machine. I
n . 1TTBI.I.
Ik i t U V..Jt Out
ilnnni ! fc'.n. flnodi aanaraHv. Hoaeial AcenO
fnr tba calibrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewinf .
Machine. N. 810 South Bin atreet. eor. Bioh.
HATS & CAPS.
Tl (Suceenaor to ErjanrjUatTSf in BstaT Cipo.
Fan and btraw tioodo ta 8ootb Hirn rtreet. j
(Sit-n Uolden HaU
NATIONAL HOT; I.,
J. H. DAVIUSON. Proprietor.
Vt JS IT KB ti AMs'HOtEt-n El
AJ MJorner-8ih an4 Tawn-atreeea. I
. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor.
rr kTTLEK HOD4E.
j Corner Konrth A Friend sts.
houa and extensive stable. . . i lo i
i.. A. UUW1SK3. Proprietor. ,.
ONNEOriCCT BlDTDsIi LIFE '
oranoe Company. Assets, 18.i0O,OO0. i i
WM. J AMUSON, Agent. Columbos. 0.
IlllLTENBERGGKt! -' 1
GE N EKAL. AGEM3 Beonritr Life Insaranao)
Comptnr, - . i Mo. 6 Opera House.
roiriE iimsuhanck -coiriPA-?:
XX Columbos, O. apital and Assets, 406,61447.
Office. Koi. lt1 Opera Honsa
MT holasale and Retail M illinery Goods.
-lW-ri. Hicb street, Opera House Blook.
Al Dealer in Millinery. &raw Goods and Trim-
. : ii:ii: cii
Ho- 07 North High street.
T II WILKIE. I.
fj e Dealer in Millinerj, Press and Cloak Trim-
nd fancy Goods.
130 tiouth Hikh street.
MERCHANT TAILORS. I
OCHA HAtI8E! tc dOHLLF.BEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' far-
iishmc Goods. . .. . '-i,
jo-cpnonn nign snaes. .
Ci w.NisiWA"nEK, '
nishing Goods. Also agent far the Diamond shirts,
121 South Huh street.
THE OHIO RIERCH4NT TAILORING
A A CLOTHING CO.. 1SS 8. High sr. Genu'
suit made to order.
Ready-made Clothing; i
wajs on band.
JOHR II. HICKE.MBACUKU,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Famishing Goods. f rr
Ko.61 North Histr street. -
tl MERCHANT TA1L03. S90 South
Choice stock of Clothing oonstantl on hand.
A HDKLWI at II DLL,.
iNews Dsarij Booktrcltorf ftod PttioDn
No. 65 riontfa High street, nex' door to Pnstoflica
: News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind-'-''iaBa
FublicaUons in both German and Eng.iah.
A. Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print-
: 1 ur . 1 ) ... 1 . te .u u:u -.
lug kuu .T mppiiiK rapers. Ka 99 nwtu uiiu eb.
Dealers in Printing, Book. Writing and Fine '
QA MllAN.,,1, ,11.1. n r...,
m mmm w. it. w '.n.3.-
DktltlVlK St S'I'KVEN,
JO . . FJiOTOGRAPHERS.
- - 61 Bouih High street.
tie PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South nigh street.
Pictures made in every style and sis.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc,
Mo. S3 douth High street.
M. DOWNS ifE. Jj.
No. 1 Omti Hodm. Tremt-t I)ifleai of t
j-ft, Har. iieart, Throat nd L.UDgs. Also. liiMtwet
f WoTnen nd -hjl..rn. .
JP. HAKHIS at CO..
. Wholesale and Retail dealer for Light A
t!A'.nit Huns, Jk Km. Pi . . , rt. A I art 1 1 rv. n .
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
36 North High ttreot. .
ej. V7000H, '
Asent for Chickering'i and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Alau, Organs, Melodeons and.beet Music
jt r ........ ; . 4 (South ttigb etreet.
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT
Cornet State and Hieh streets.
CHARLEY MYER. Proprietor. -
El A SfcWiNH KlaCHINEg,
Tka bees in tbe world. Nm. 1 end 1 11m
House. W. P1MMEL, General Agent
vWATHES AND JEWELRY.
Ka.. ssjnss At dc (jo.,
e Dealers in Fine Watahea. Clocks. Jewelry.
Platadware, Speotaelas, Ac.. No. 11 Ea.t Town
street. ; ' .
f lAffcea HAHHIlHUIViH,
JI (Suceessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver. Wars aud Spec
tacles. No. Neil Hove.
C A . L LE-QIH-.Ktl'X.
JT Wholneale and Retail dealer in Watches.
Uieoksa dtVewalTW No. 7 South High streeh
BAKCnUri' BKUS. dc CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notion.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street.
REED, JUNES A CO., i
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boot -
aad Sboea...-, Jio. a Gwynne Block. Towo St.
VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
i. all whom it may concern, that the Citr Bank
of Cleveland. aaladependent Banking Company,
organised and carrying oa business as an Indepen
dent Banking .oinpany at the oity ol Cleveland, -Ohio,
under an act of tbe General Assembly of tba
said Stale of uhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tne state nan ot unio ana otner .Banking uom-
paoies, passed February 34tb, 1846, being desirous
ot relinquishing and elosing its Banking business,
totkalvand has, ia pursuBeef 4he.etaMteeof the
said citato of vbioin such oasamada, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount ot its circulating notes, aad delivered tbe
same to tbe Treasurer ot State of the said .State uf
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means ana
given security to tne satisiaotion oi toe iressurer,
Secretary aud Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redeinotton of its outsiandinc notoe of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at tne said eityox Cleveland, waera
said City Bank is located
Done by order of tbe Board of Directors of the
Cits Hack Of 4JayilandL,-uly Btb, l6o.
LEMUEL WlCK. President.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSAL WILL RE BE.
eeived by the undersigned, at the office of the
Board of Publio Works in the oity of Columbus.,
until THURSDAY. 81st January, 1H69, at U M,.
for buildim the superstructure of a 3-truss Bridg
aoroes the Big Walnut eieek. oa the line of tLe Na-
Road, in Franklin Bounty, ot two spans, each
span to be about 1' 1 teet long, and 30 feet wide,
from out to out: to be severe 3. by tbe oest ef oak
shingles, and wealherboatded with good first oom-
Bidders to f urnish their own piang, with speeifica,''
lions in detailAilaf said work to be done to h7
sausiaciiou ui iwAimit oi rnoiie Works and h
resident ensineer ot tbe national road. "
l ne nm n-jej. auy or ail cms. pln, or paei-l
BoaUonsuroserved. JOUN A. BuittT
nesiuBus a,nciuccr national Road, w
The Sisters of St. Mary',
-IF THE SPRINGS. RECENTLY OP
V Somerset, rarrr county,
ill open their largo
and spacious building for tbe reception of pupils on
tbe first Monday in September, 1868. . For Boardand
Tuition. 75. $80, 86 aad M.aeeordin to tnTde
partment of the pupil. bR. RO?. Sup'u
Address Box 861. au3-dtf
FOR HALE. I
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
sound. Will be told low.
augsa-dtf RICHARD NEVLNS.
PEM ALES, OWING : TO JTJIE
peculiar and important relations witch
they sustain, their peculiar organization
And thm affia thrv -nnrform. are Bubiect
to many sufferings. Freedom from these
contribute in no small ' degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
happy who are ill. - Not only so, but no
one of these various female complaints
Can long be suffered to rntf oif without
involving the general nealth of the1 in
dividual, and ere long producing perma
nent sickness and premature decline. Nor
is it pleasant to consult a physician for the
relinf of these various delicate affections,
and only upon the most urgent necessity
wil a true woman" so' far' sacrifice her
greatest h.arm as to do this. ' The sex
w;ll theni, thank ns for, placing in their
hands simple specifics which will be
found Efficacious in relieving and curing
almost .every one of those, troublesome
eomplainU peculiar to the sex, ", , . '
EXTRACT OF BLCHU.
Hundreds Buffer-on in silence, and
hundreds of others apply Tainly to drng
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope' of a cure or
apply remedies which make them worse.
I .would, not wish to assert anything that
would do injustice! -to the afflicted, but I
I inl obliged to. say that althongh it may
be produced from excessive exhaustion
if the powers of life, by laborious em
.. i : -i . i. .i
.,ntnoyment, unwnoiesome si?, ana 100a,
, profuse menstruation, the.us of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth, it is far
ftener caused 'by direct irritation, ap
' , lied to the , mucous membrane of the
I cagina itself. ,
i -When reviewing the causes of these
" listressing complaints, it is most painful
, ro contemplate the7 attendant evils con
upon' them. It is but simple
justice to the subject;, to-.enumerate a few
f the many additional causes which so
tTi.'V'Arlely affect the life, health and happi-
qpsct nf wriTTi an in n11r.lfl.nRnR of Rnp.ift'wr.
; ind which, cooBeqaentlj, affect more or
roptlv tlia wlfarn nf trinJonHrp
1 less airectiy. me weliare oi tne entire
';iinman' family. . The mania tbaf exists
i for precocious education and marriage,
t causes the vears that nature designed
.for Corporeal development to'be Wasted
- . ,
t and nprvprtpd in the restraints nf Arpna.
the early confinement of Bchool, and 68
peciauy in me nnneaitny exciiemem oi
the ball-room. Thus, with the body
half-clothed, and the mind unduly ex
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
for sleep and rest, the work' ofdestruc-
tion is half accomplished
4: . in consequence ot tins early, strain
upon her system,- unnecessary effort is
required by tne -delicate votary tore
tain her situation in school at a later
day, thus aggravating the evil. When
one excitement is over, another in pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise indis
pensable to tbe attainment and retention
ot organic health and strength : the ex
posure td night air;. the sudden change
of temperature ; the complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legiti
mate enect. At last, an early marriage
caps the climax of misery, 'and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less ot. the plain dictates aud remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes
an unwilling subject of medical treat
ment. This is but a truthful picture of
tbe experience of thousands ot our young
.Long before the ability to exercise the
functions of the generative organs, they
require an 'education of their peculiar
nervous system, composed of what is
ealled the tissue, which is, in common
with the female breast and lips, evident.
Iy under the control ot mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life ; and, as we shall subsequently see,
these emotions, when excessive, lead,
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has Self completed their development,
For f emale- Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Ljeucorrbcea, Too Frnfiisi
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Long
Continued Jenods, for .Prolapsus and
Bearing Down, or rolapsus uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known
H.ELMBOLD S (JOMPOq.MD JiiXTRACT OF
BuCHU.y Directions" for' use, "diet, and
Females in every penod ot life, from
infancy to extreme old age. will find it a
remedy to aid nature In the discharge of
its functions, strength is "the giory of
manhood and womanhood. Helm bold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any of the preparations oi Bark
or Iron, innnitely saier, and more pleas
ant Hklmbold's - Extract" Buchu
having received the indorsement of the
most prominent physicians in tbe United
States, is now ottered to afflicted liu
manitr as a certain enre for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : u-eneral Debil
itv. Mental and Physical DenreBsion.
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
cular iiitbciency, Loss ot Appetite, Dys
pepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor
gauization or Paralysis of the Organs of
Generation, Palpitation of the Heart,
and, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of th
system. To insure the genuine, cut this
out; Ask for Helmbold's. . Take no
other,'" ' " " '
' Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where.. s -
Price. $1.25 per bottle, or 6 bottleai
for $6.50. . Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMB0LD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadway, N. Y. ':
None are genuine unless done np in
steel-engraved wrapper, with fae-simile
of my Chemical Warehouse, and iigned
y21-dw4i-weowly H. T. HELMbOLD.
f if .
HOLIDAY CO QDSj
ilVKJ':"-1,!.! Ill tl'UO'W
r'.O t iiuU 'J rc snrirlhT erfT
TJ fit Hvitiii --'sal o '' 'il ti iiiitat
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Nos. 23,25, 2T 1 29 a HighStreef.
'is' 'i v'Vt..-' ' n"; ii in ! i'i:.n
. i-.'i k liiufi T'O'T;'; : In
. . Beal'lHan'dk'eroMofsi1;' '
Initial Handkerchiefs t :,i,.,M;.
i : Hemmed Stitohed Haad kerchiefs;' u !
' Barbes and Coffnres: ' 1 f '? J
., , BealUoaSett; wV,;U-, :W j
Spanish Laoe; ; nix ri 1l-i i
i" Chao iaW Bilks;' -rvf 9ViHj onj
'ainSllksJh aU 0 Wraj '
Ladies' and isses' Scarf si ... ;.
,tJ Glares in great variety and stylet;
.. Har and Alexandre's Kids;
Large and attraetive stock of Shhwla; )
'" 'Brochoand Paisley Shawl; ' i-"
' I - '-.'J .. 1 -t 3' K"lt"(i'J
... Elegant Robe. ; ,j ..-
$4.50 PER PAIR!
; a 't ),, t ..,-, ,r. , ft
Wa have In stock a full linaof Underwear for
Ladle', Genu' and Misees.
GILCHRIST. GBAT A CO..I
Kos. 13, 25. S7 A South High s
i.i 3u1 !'
"i - i ' 1
TO BUY AT
Pureoaser of Dry Goods are cordially inrited ito
, can ana examine too ,
JE W S T O K.
DRESS GOODS'.; .........CHEAP 1
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
DOMESTICS CHEAP i
I EVERYTHING .CHEAP '
JAMES .,. NATJGHTON,
' " 118 128 South, High Street,
rdeoia-dly -.S C01UMBliS.OniO..
i ! (Recently Merchant's Hotel.) ' IfWI
Has 230 and 233 South H if h Street,
. . COLUMBUS. OHIO.
THE rNDEUSlGMEO, FOlt A Nrirt
ver of rears Droorietor of t' e National Hotel
of this citr, takes pleasure ii announeinir to the
fiublio that he bas leased tbe above named House
or a term of years, hd it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
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Tama, writs : : 1
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Yours truly. a.GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of tho Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
I'BILIDELPHIA. April 28. 1866.
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HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
I'rothonotsry of the Supreme Court of Pennsylv.
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[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
BERLIN, Dec. 5th, 1868.
r Count Bistnark .has returned from Ms'
prolonged viUegiedwa at ' ParzinJ in
vigorated, if' not entirely 'cured.'',;J Mk
patriotic zeal win, permit mm to sustain
from Overwork, be- ia likely to give p
nractical disavowal for 'nv rears to
conie to;; the prpgnpstications t:on:ained
in some hostile journals ",;o',4 -A I
Thi ' Bucharest -Nawdnost the Bul
garian "paper ; in."the ,Pr;ench' ; lnterest?
which labored so, hard to Vrite npj the
Balgarian .rebellion contains a remark
able letter from' the chief of the Yonne
Turkey party, Zia Bey; now Jiving at
t t .. . 1 i 1 . ir:.:.i " p t .t
jrTlS(.j AO. li.tue tate juiuiabetot iisiice
and secretary to .the Soltan, addreeses
tbe-Bulgarians, telling them that he and
his Ottoman-"friends of liberal politics,
to insure the tnnmpU ot ,tUeir pnucipai
ties, count upon the active support of all
honorable men in the empire,' irrespective
ot race creeaJtieasserts , f,.,,.
The Sultan is a weU-intentioned man,
and when ascending tlie thron:!waaarn-
estlv .desiroug ,of putting, a. stpp-tq tbe
corrupt piracies and seUish intrigues jpfi
tbe high othcersof totate. (1.LBlortunate
ly, however, they have succeeded ia per
suading him that they are able, secure
for his son the succession to the throne.'
This, and the circumstance that the moire
liberal men in the upper ranks of the
Turkish society are not favorable to -a
change in the order of succession, which
might bring on civil strite, induces the
Sultan to keep his old set of advisers in
office, and shut his eyes to. the melan
choly -.condition: of the monarchy.. ; To
counteract the consequences, of this sad
state of things and contribute as much
as is in their power to preserve Turkey
from ruin, the young Turkey party have
tormed a committee ana eiecfea oi rey
chairman.. .The party and the committer
representing it, wilL. try to effect re-
n w -i A t .T
arm , Dy rm"0 , means., -tvuuoriug
conspiracy ;., ana. an ,, sucn . nuaer
hand, proceedings, they will endeavour
to earn the confidence ot tbe Cnristain
and Mohamed subjects' of the Sultan,
and clear the latter from the reproach of
barbarism and cruelty hurled at fam try
civilized xiurope. lbey will stir f tne
energies of all honorable men., among
their, compatriots and direct the atteByr
tion of the powers to the peculiar strug.
gles'and. difficulties of their, country,
which, it not allayed, are sure to involve
all Eurpoe.in war. The discoursive
letter, of which the' above is but a slight
extract, is signed 'Zia Bay, chairman of
the committee'of affairs lii larky; , Its
insertion in the Maw duos I is calculated
to make the Bulgarians believe" 5 that
France and Austria,' whose praise ', the
paper has always sung in prefer
ence to that of Russia, approve the :e
proaches vounar Turkey casts ' at the
Turkish Government.' While thiS Turk
ish Liberals' are 'thcio defending ' them
selves from the charge ' Or . conspiracy.
the Turkish Government -continues dis
covering conspiracies in every direction
No sooner has the dreadful plot for the
assasination 'of the' Sultan detected by
the Constantinople police, been proved.,
regular artifice, got up to set tbe ruler pt
tbe faithful against tbe liberals among bis
subjects than the Bosansk a Vestnik, tbe
organ of the Governor General of Bosuia,
published at ieragevo, relates a, new
story of the same .kind, with this addi
tion, that the members of the terrible
league are chiefly Russians that the
Bratia.no Cabinet at .Bucharest have been
turned out of office by the Prnssian Gov
ernment threatening to recall their rep
resentatives, is a fact, notwithstanding
its having been contradicted by a semi
official paper of this capital. . That Cab
inet having:, it is well known, sympatized
with the grievances of three millions
Romanians living on Austrian terntory,
Baron Beust denounced their policy as
a consequence of the encouragement received
from Russia, who, he said, was
anxious to create a new enemy for Aus
tria, on her eastern flank. To clear
himself from the imputation, and give
an earnest to his -pacific instruments,
Court Bismarck resorted to the strong
est pressure at his command, and - actu
ally efiected a change ot ministers at
Bucharset. The new ministers appoint
ed belong to the Bayard party, and be
ing opposed on principle, to tbe .Liberal
spirit which has pervaded the adminis
tration of their predecessors, cannot be
suspected of sympathizing with, or bain
likely to enlist the sympathies - of their
Romanian co-nationalists. Exercised
though it was in the cause of peace and
unity, still it was not unnatural that the
influence this Government had on the
ministerial crisis on the Lower Danube
should not be openly avowed. Prussia
has evidently every . wish to prove
Austria her anxiety to remain on good
terms with her, but, having misgivings
of ber own as to the intentions of Aus
tria, she will scarcely deem . it toher
advantage to offend the Romanians.
Thr four daughters of a romantic
Pennsylvania couple, are named res
pectively, Caro-line, Made line,- Eve-line
and Crino-line. It is proper to state
that after exhausting the name! usually
given with terminations to suit this pe
culiar taste, they - hesitated some time
before deciding to give this latest daugh
ter the name -of Crino-line, fearing she
might, at an early day, become unfash
ionable. -': -fl ' - v-
Du Chaillu describes the costumes
tbe Court of King Diops in the follow
ing manner: "The King wore a dress
coat and nothing else; his first Minis
ter wore a shirt without sleeves; the sec
ond Minister wore a neck-tie and noth
ing else; the third was adorned with
hat; and nothing else; but the Queen
varied the fashion by wearing an um
brella and nothing else." f: !
The Boston Advertiser tells of a mag
nificently dressed ' and ' almost nnap
prachable captain of a steamer, to whom,
recently, a young countryman -stepped
up with the question: ' "I say, yeou!
Who shall I strike for a piece of soap t
Imagine the dignity with which the offi
cer referred him, by a silent gesture,
the waiter. :
'A suit of rooms was advertised at
fashionable watering place as having
among its attractions "a splendid view
over a fine garden adorned with numer
ous sculptures." It was found, on ap
plying at the address, that the garden
adorned with sculptures was the ceme
BERLIN, Dec. 5th, 1868. [From the Washington Evening Express, Dec. 26.]
BERLIN, Dec. 5th, 1868. [From the Washington Evening Express, Dec. 26.] A Missing Proclamation—Startling
BERLIN, Dec. 5th, 1868. [From the Washington Evening Express, Dec. 26.] A Missing Proclamation—Startling Disclosure.
i .The communication .which , we print
below, contains a most remarkable
statement, which cannot fail to create a
marked1 sensation.'' Th-rrter if it is
we have every confidWar)ih14eha
bility f Jiis stateaent,: to-ws
Abe JNew xork aa ventvlatciArTtate-
meptby -A-x Pojlerd pf, hpsegret ex
istence of confidential .records of the
.Confederate government. That. this is
thev wili 'ultimately Wdiscbvered ia
l&l nafly1 'probable! " 1 But hSa merei state-
mem ana oener is1 nor my purpese. 1
desire to call altentron tb othLf missing
records" J'rom. the .archieTeasf. the Gov
ernment of the United States; or. ii they
be not missing.rto the ..fact, that the pub
lic seemivto have no knowledge of tem,
and I am hut too well convicted that the
statement J am about to make y ill, in
.sooif cjuarter8,'a wake 'a smile 6f!,incred
ullty; in'6thers,1a fear oT fvirtliejr d'iclo
sures, while the geceral public will give
Itwill De'fementbea-Haiat'lifftSe in
auguration of Mr. LrAofinCSo"&th'"Caro
apdevAited tdrtew-rttfcB3Bi0aN to &e
gotiatet. be) cotKissd) awrtnfcaYf .repara
tion, and settle up the1 faufe meatus f the
pitrtaershipa iicT that' Stale waa
jWUcernedV,v;Qf .-course,-! .Mje. S&ward
sought .toj gaiq. time, for tbeWfS Ad
ministrationand refuBfirl to enr ae. .
,kndwlad;tthem officially, tfec., not still
lurea. tnem to remain. , At last tbey dis
patched to the Executive of their, gtate
belief in the ntter hopelessness of peace
ful olatlon, and annonuced "their pur
pose to leave the tapi&l. ,s Thlefeiolve
was not executed, simply becauW Jtidge
Campbell was authorized to -say that if
their departure wasdelayed.i-esalta
-might be obtained they liulwierpe for.
On this bint they lingered, bttvoiily to
be disappointed, and then took their de-
rparture-iiU .laslitol U risiro A
,: If, the reader, has priced the-overture
so: Judge, Campbell 'delay the com
missioners, he will suppose that, gentle-
maii had gome, ground .for. his opinion,
,and ad-reasonable,' asaiirahfes that a .
happy, jssne," in .his judgment, fcVonld
grow out of the delay Jie crayed.What
those grounds and' assurances' were can
pnly. be conjefhred" .hrtthey must
have proceeded from high official sources;
-and, viewed in the liht 'of wai r am
about to say. and whirfTis true'ai 8em-
onstrahorr, mskea conjecture' reality.
Shortly after th breaking Off of effort
to. vert the dire Catastrophe of war,
gentleman havibg" freV access' trtie pii
vata office (of President. Lincolnrepaired
io the capital of South Carolina and de
k posited with a high official o. that State
A manusenpt proclamation by JTresjdent
Lincoln, duly prepared and ready for his
3 signaturefcannnuncing "to the American .
people that, rather than plunge tbe coun
try in'civil war, the': Executive G0Yern- v
' ment'of the United States acquiesced in
.he dismemberment of the Union. With
. this was a column editorial, in slip1 form,
with' corrections, ' supposed 4 td: beMr.
' Lincoln's, reciting freely the words of the
rinstrnmerit.'ridicating; the Exectftive
act, and challenging for if the apjfrbval
of the' American people t;-!', sut
: !' This is my: statement of- the- missing
record.' 1 That it wag not Issued waa due
to the i intense- feeling involved -by" the
firing on the Star of the West;! til
A few questions, and I have done:
t , 1st.; Was the knowldge -of thp prep
aration ot this document tbe foundation
of the request of Judge" Campbell that
-the commissioners shojuld not depart,?
2d. Does the State .Department pre- -serve
evidence of the existence ,of ;thi
paper, or bas all trace disappeared, save
only in the mind of. the Secretary?
3d. WhoprepRred tbe editorial de
fense of the proposed proclamation $
I will not defy contradiction of the
statement herein made, but from personal
inspection of both documents, and ' cer
tain earmarks inherent in' the second, I
affirm their genuineness ; as confidently
as belief in tho existence of my being.
,The discovery that one of the most
successful paintings at the recent Art
Exhibition in Paris was the work Tnf a
young lady, and that the name. "Ernest
Ainaud" under which . it figured in tbe
catalogue, was a pseudonym, has crea
ted quite a sensation among the artists
' of the French capital. A ' singular
feature' about this ' affair ' is that
-the painting represents 'a nude woman,
and, though undoubtedly the work of a
most talented person, was so strongly
bordering on indecency that the exhibi-
tion committee at first hesitated whether
it should be admitted at all or not. The
artiste is said to be only ' eighteen years
old, and, moreover, a timid reserved girl.
Of tbe Receipts and ttl.bursementiet
. tbe Several Funds for tbe lacal
Tear enainar November 15, 1868:
General Revenue Fund.
... I.b7,t 7S
Common School Fund
Soldiers' Allotment Fund
noldiera1 Claim rund..
National Road Fund...
: 1,825 7S
' 8.73a 31
Bank Rede up tion Fund...
" " as.02S.47S SI
- i DISBURSEMENTS. ' - ". -
General Revenue Fund. ...1.5T810 stf H"w'
Canal Fond..... - M.S J , J
Sinking Fund. .. 1,471.22 33 v s-ii
Common fchool Fund..,.. 1,426 868 SO
Soldier' Allotment Fund..1 4S2-D0 . '
' Soldiers' Claim Fond......'. J S.781 68 "
National Road Fund... ; lfl.6V9 3 t9 c
Bank Redemption Fund.... 1 as
, - tC45 35a M
' Balance in Treasury Nov. IS, T8e.ii STO.iao 7S
Treasurer of State.
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