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OOLTJMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1869.
,i ! J- , TEE OHIO STATESMAN , . ,
IS PVMLIXEfD p& THX TOLLOWnrS
PaILT 8TATSlIAJI,peryeari...U. ...-..a 00
' .U months . 4 80
ehvered by Carrier, par weak ..20ti
T&i-W SIAitT StatbsmaA, per yea. H (0
six months........ 1 S5
' WfiEtfaVrSTATESBIAlf. .
Ilj s epy !xne41ia.......Uiw.i.;..'..7.rS0
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Xeneopies dneyear .............
Twenty copies on;u
copies one yew ...... T. ... .
. uVERTlSING RATES FOR DAILY. STATESMAN
.:tKakt.UH AanpartU mate a SguatvJ V -
. 4 SO
. 4 60
9b 00) 160
(110 OQl 1901
6S oohit 00
0 OOllSO 00
Local N oticis, 15 xenU per li a each insertion
AiynrHKe Kates fob tm- w bkklt otatks-i
(lXAM--t64enUpraaia eon, ineertion; for three!
moBtha oi longer. auoaimt of ourluU romlUy
""ates. ' - -i ' - :;.J
-Abvbrtibiks mr-Wbult Stahsmax M.eq
fer square for first inieitiop.2B.aap.U-for eanh ad-1
"ditional insertioa. . ..
BU81KI88 Notices, SOcents Mob insertion.
lsoriCK8 of Dkaths, 50 cent.
Notioh or MASRrAOia,75 cents. , -. "i -
iixtioiars NotlOfB. half priee. f
- UtrmntmlodBtrtu0mttt m4f pm4i far mt
'Im Mm. tAty art ordered. .
TT' T. BROOKES, , .
Xhi., Arehiteot, Civil KngineeT.fto. ; .
Office over the National Exchange Bank.
BBASEK & If ASH,
ATT0RNEX3 Al LAW v'
- OBIea.JNa. 60 boaih - igh Will, Am bo. Build-
Int. .. :-. ,
J. . ATXOBNJS y-AT-LAW t MAYOR,
' DVARD X DeUKt,
.i ATTUaflBY-AT-LAW A If otary Pnblib. :
. i.-.i,. .v .. . Ofiioa In Farson'a Building.
1 W . ATTORHBXS-AT-LAW.
- Office 69 houth tiif h itraet, Ambos Bnildinc-
J O. BEAM ' J
Auctioneer and Dealer in Baal Ettate Bonse
hald (xooda Uotainc and Notions,
No. 7 WeitBroaditreet.
tiarber and "ilaix UreBa.r. Uav and CoU
' batha. Basement PostofEoe BuUdinc
BOOK BINDERS. '
vUSbCKf it ULLEY, ,
O ' Book Binders. Blank Book Manufacturers,
n - - Opera BoiHIns;.
BOOTS & SHOES, i
17-r "Ft WUiIaJMAp.,nVriTr ft
II 1-M.SoiOa. tiigh K.tw?JmreceTBd,ap
letant assortment, daw itlaav low prices,, La
iey ykaee naifco esac;-::.x ot
1 Is theoted honsa for g-ood Boots and Shoes
at tow ericas.'' ,.2 ow blosk just reoeived
? . r, . '-I SlouthUigh street.
T4Hirr80( AOO 1 :
Xti Dealers in PitUborgh and Ohio Coal. Also,
Coke, Drain 1 Ue ana btone Sewer Pipe.
- " o.S61Jlorth high street?
Commission, t'orwardint and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in Urain ioux, ac S6T "W. Broad
B. AVNAE2a.6 4c CO.. .
XJa Manutaotnreca and . Dealers in Franefc, Gr-
Biaa aaut iamannan uoxaats, . Also, Hoop e airts.
. :; "i i 1 19 Opera Bonse-
TV Wholesale anit Retail Dealer In China.
Qtteeitswar. tilass. Plated Uoods, Aou and Batup.
futures. - s norun nwa sueet.
Vu -lmoorter and' Wholemle and Retail TDeator
in Croekery. Uhiua, 'Ulasa, UuUerjr, Plated Woods.
voai vu iiiipa, a.o.
& o. 18 Kast UrnaI street, f
A'ent to bathuios.. ,t - ;):n v , .
it, W .DUNN, DENTIST. Tbe bast styles;
v ot uentiatry, including Dunn's improved
jsuMiaijruua. . umoa, wtM ll upera loek.
C tBEBLi &. CO.,- -
Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions. C irneta. - Oil
Cloths, Matting. bliadeA, iJaU, Cajw and f urs.
. D. OSUwaaN At t.O,, u ,-..;
-. . , - 14 death High street,
carpet Mattings, Oil CloUj,Curuuu, Stable and
Fay.AiyOood. '.'i .: ...ii .
H '."".' 'ii'.kLlii "' " .I;.: -..-k'i
a W holesala and itetail Dealer in Staple and
r-auor Dr Goods, nd atanufaeturers of Iadies'
Cloaks. ,K .1 . . - . L:. . ia3 S. Higaatreet.
T ll sir as. s . Dat k uu os a 1 uiAc,
J . & rum A co.,easn dealers in Dry uoods ana
ioti .ns, MM Bouta r oartn street. '
JAM EM NtUuutOIIV' 'T--Wholuale
and ReUil Dealer in Dry Goods,
Aanghtoq Building No. aid and, 12 south ugh
street.- !- - ... ... .
Ka..l l.ua4t HlbUlN. i
Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry' Goods and
Ueuta' Furnishing Uoods. N o. Noil Aluuae.
J ilECMttlsr, liitll AC CO.,
KX Dealers in Staple and Fanoy Dry Goods. '-'
(, , . . ... ..i . .:-, A ouatn nigh street. '
, " C. HcAULEt oV CO.,' ,
XA., Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths,
cani.ete. &oX6x Oi.oik High atreew -
People's Drug Store, 180 South High St.. Pre
koripiMua eareiiuly oomvouded Mali hours. '
YEa-O'A'AtUCG STOKE. . - '
XJ . JouDi S. hOBEKTB.
druggist and Apothecary.
' S64 North High street.
Ataf CAv tc aalABO.H, .
nauiiLMids uuiAlL DKUGG1STS.
. , , auu ouutn tjjgq Columbus, O.
IIHAUK, SStACCIA. &. CW., .
X) W hulesaie-and Retail Druagista, and Dealers
i n Prugnaiarji atedicmes .
. 34 North High street.
K1CHEN At JMOOHE,
i Designers, Engravers and Publishers. Nota
rial and other seals engraved to order.
." No. 107 and lo9 South High street. .
C)OECIUBC CABINET CO., '
Manutaalurers and Wholesale and Retail D oar
ers in iiuiulure. Unaira, Jaatuasses, eto.
. i Au. 01 bwutn High at. '.Open House). '
Otsie rCRNlTCHK CO., ; A
Maauiaeturers of first class Furniture. Whole
sale and iteiait W ararooiua, 6, 1 and 8 Gwnue
TTriTtCTJ' TTTTJXTTatrTATn -
.a' XJ-J UUAJ A1 UXlUAQllllX VJt.
. ' AuiUinnt Ac c-o.,
Jjie : Dealea. in Mantles. .Stoves and House Fur
maauag Ueeusv -Alao, Tin,Copper aad Sheet Iron
Vy are. i ...-.! ' nast Town ttraet.
A44.EN irilAHT. . f;-,
1. ' house" Furnishing Go.ods, Mantles, Grates,
copper. Tin and bneet Iron, Stoves aud Mantles.
...-. 9U South High ttxeet.
AaTON, TsVLOK Ac HUFF, .
lilt.ni In Hardware, nonse Furnishing Goods
txM and Diat Aianues, urate., cum, on &ir
i lw dorth High street.
EBEED, - y
ilanufaotHTer and. Wholeeala Dealer in Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zephar
and Fanoy Good, 103 South High itrr it.
HOWE ? SEWING
Dealer in Musical Merchandise, Boots. Sta
tionery and Fancy -Goods generally. Special Agent
for the eelebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Hewing
Machine. ' So. 310 South High street, oor. Rioh.
1 BS. Bt. Kf. ijABFr
1JL - (Kncaessor to . Laof,) Dealer in Hais.'Caps,
Furs and btrav Goods 829 South High street. -
. (Sign Golden Uat.V
NAXIONAE HOTEL, w...... -ii i
J. H. DA V IDS01T. Proprietor...
A111.U S I AXES HOTEL.,
Corner High and Town streets.
. E. J, BLOUNT, Proprietori
ZLT'l'LtK HOt?B, A ' 1 ! i ' 1 f 3 ' '
u Corner t'eurth A Friend sta. Comniodiotts
honsa and extensive stable! . "'
li. A. BUWKS,
f - INSURANCE, ht
CONNECTICUT D1BTCAE Ef FK
anranee OnmTMnT. Asseta. SlB.000.OOQL.
WM. JAMISON, Agent. ColumbM,
XTEWKIBK ? 1WH.TES BEHGERi
ll GENERAL AGENTS Security Life Insurance
Company. - No. 5 Opera Hons.
HOME INSCBANGB GOttPA"T CP
Columbus, O. apital and Assets, f49S,5U7.
Wl C. M. BAn!ER, 8ee'y. i
Office. Nog, t A T Opera Honsa
MILLINERY GOODS. '
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
191 8. High street, Opera Honse Blook.
MRS. A. DOWNH6,
mings. No. 7 North High street.
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mines - nd Fanoy Goods. 130 South High street.. ;
SCHAFHAtJSEPf dc WOHLLEBEK, -Merchant
Toilers and Dealers in Gents' For-"
nishing Goods. '
No. 68 North High street.
e W.NlSVtASBEB, ' ,
Merchant Tailor, and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts.
i- .c . - - 181 South High street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT TtlLOKIKG
k CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. Bcady-made Clothing al
ways on band.
JOHN G. KICKENBACHER,
.- Merobant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
- : : No. 61 North High street.
- MKRCHANT TAILOR. S20 South High st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. -
H-"".:' "NEWS DEALERS." ' .
ANDREWS Ac HULL. '
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
N 66 Somh High street; nex' door to Postomce.
A7' j News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications is both German and English. '
-. S31 South High street.
- v PAPER WAREHOUSES. 1
KBHCVs, PERRY 4c CO.,
aV. ' Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Frin,t
jpg and Wrapping Papers, 93 A 96 North High st.
Vf-fcVlfiiS At iH.k"ER4J, .. - T
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36. 88.es 40 North High street. -
4m.aL.JaJ WW jfttv OE SlEf BUSt
JJ . PHOTOGRAPHERS.
61 South High street.
PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sise. u .
P J. ARCHER
Photographs, Ambrbtypes, Gems, eto., etc.,
Era. DOWNS, Itt. D.
No8 Opera House. . Treats. Diseaies of the
Eye, Ear, Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases
of Women and Children.
J, F. HARRIS CO.,
. Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
Co?s and Haines it Bro.'s Piauoa. Also, Organs,
Melod eons and otker musical instruments.
. . 86NortaHigh (treet.
J WOODS, r- r- ; --, ' i -"
-' Agena for- Chjekerings and Emmerson's Pi'
anos. Also. Organs, Uelodeons and Sheet slusio.
;-, u . 11 South High street. '
API K. EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner State and High streets.
CHARLEY M YER, Proprietor.
. ... SEWING MACHINES. .
AETIVA 8BW1NO MACHINES
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and I Opera
House. W. PIMMEL. General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
D D. DURBtK Ar CO..
AV. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks Jewelry,'
Platedware. Spectacles. Ac.. No. U Eaat Town
street. . -j -
GATfeS k HARR1NUA ON,' -.
(Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. Neil House.
FA. A Li lJcXcCEHEUX,,
Wholesale and Retail dealers In Watches.'
Clocks and Jewelry. No. 71 South High street.
ANCKOFr BROS. Ac CO.,
W holesale Dealers m Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynoe Block. Town street.
REED, JONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boot
and Shoes. No. 3 Gwyone Block. Town St. ,
NOTICE IS : HEREBY GIVEN TO :
all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland.au independent .Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an indepen
dent Banking company at the city ol Cleveland,'
Ohio, under an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of uhioj entitled An Act to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February 34th, 1845, being desirous
ut relinquishing and closing it Banking business, "
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said estate of obio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and aelivered the '
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of toe Tre. surer.
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio tor the iredemDtion of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at tbe said oity vt Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Citv Bank of Cleveland, J uly 9th, 186S.
LEMUEL WiCK.. President. '
jyll-dltaw6m . .
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE.
eeived by the undersigned, at the office of the
Bof1d.?nKu"2M Wo"" " the oity of Columbus,
until IHUKBDAY. 31st January, 1669. at 13 M '
tor building the superstructure of a 3-tross Brioge
apross the Big Walnut oieek. on tbe line of ti.e ra
tional Road, id Franklin oounty.ot twospans, each
span to be about H teet long, and 3oH feet wide
from out to out; to be oovered. by tne oeat of oak
shingles, and wealh"rboarded with good first com
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail. Ail of said work to be done to the -satisfaction
ot the Board of Public Works aud the
resident engineer oi tbe National road.
Tbe right to reject any or all bids, plans er speci
fications is reserved JOHN A. BLA1K,
Resident Engineer National Road.
The SMers of SL.fflarjV
F THE Sf RINGS. RECENTLY OF
U A t . . 11 .n A.!.
DOIDBIMva X nil p OUUUiJi Will UOa lai-DIl iw
and tpaoiout building for tbe reception of pupils on
iu-fi.1 U -.J- un.n.K.P IkU.M Ifm UmwA mwtA
liUQ UIDk jUUUiv iu usr"""- t- A- grvwu aww
Tuition. 7&, too, 86 and U ecoording
- j a a- a t ;i W U TJ,t
tn tllN MM.
partmeot of the pupil.
OR. ROaE, Snp't. .
Address doa jo.
A PAIR OF "JOE GODVIN" COLTS, FIVE
l. and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
sound. Will be sold low. ,,
, augaa-dtf . ,, i J . WCHARD KEVINS.
ON - AND. AFTER TCE8DAY. THE
. Uth day of January. 1669. . . , . ,
u If.';.-' it a y.'vv- . -' ..i 1 1 : -
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GILCHRIST, GRAY 1 CO.,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
X3x9Btai Oooriei) - '. ; 5
Clote iu .,::.;-" ti -'-: '
. r , Brenlt fwt 8 jrAct,-wjjs.
uVi 'Wool Soods,' '
.f , : . . F-turssa, tfeo.
-' ' ' Also Great Reduotion in the priee of
43-lo-ceiaB, ' r' -
We are sole Agents for tbe sale of the HARRIS
SEAMLESS KID GLOVES.
From this date our More will be closed
at 6 o'clock JP. M. until further notice.
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
janl-ly . .Nos. 33. S6. 7 4 29 South High st .
:-S T O R E .
FALL AND WINTER
' : TO BUY A.T
Puronasers of Dry Goods are ftordlatly invited to
i caii.anaexamine ue - -
: - - :
, DRESS GOODS'...
- FANCY GOODS
; EVERYTHING ....
........ CHEAP !
; 118 St 122 SnUk Hlcla Street,
-deolS-dly1 . COLUMBVH.OB10.
-- (Recently Merchant's HoteU
Noa 230 ua4 238 8oatla H If b Street,
' . s - . COLUMBUS. OEXO.-:
TBB UNDERSIGNED. FOR A NUM
A ber of years proprietor of the National Hotel
of this citr, takes pleasure ia annouteinir to the
public that he has leased tbe above named Honse
for a term of years, hid it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now ready for the receDtien of anentji. both
transient and regular boarders. He natters himself
tnat nis long experience in the hotel business and
bis determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
isfaction to all who may f.vor him with their pat
ronage. H. REYNOLDS.
' N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
me nous ; also, extensive o tabling, attended by
competent ana attentive nosuers. tx. ft.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
: - Fourth Street, near Main,
BKSRT P. ELIAS, - - - - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons viewing the citv. No pains will
be spared U make the stay ot guests pleasant iu
evert oartieO myl2-dtfa
; KI09AU HALM. ' ' CHAKLIS C. BILLOWS.
. 0. P. L. BUTLBB. - - ..
HAlIrtl. KKl.LOHN fc BITTLER,
FURNITURE WARE- ROOMS
Ho. 216 4c 2 18 SoBtsk High St.,
.... COLV.HBE8 OHIO.
( Their extenrtw Manufactory it at the loot ot
i tio-Mh llrifl, on the Canal.)
' Tbeir business transactions, both Wholesaleand
Retail, n.w extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Penasylvania and Indiana. They tnanuiaoture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
Of all classes and every design of superior work
mansuip aud finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and Retail.
Forwarding; and Comrai&ion
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
t OCR, WHISKY, &c.
st Prices Paid at all times for
PWIOJJ U-, OM.,
-F T n.ie t
Near West End of Nat'l It ad Bridge.
CO Lv MM Co. PJUV.
i WHOLESALE GROCERS. -
W. . BBOOK8. ALII. HOD8TOH. WM. B. It 1
J.tJto. W. JB. BKOOltM,
C6r. RlcU AHi(bSts.,CoInmba
' DBAL.BIIS III s . .
KEWBIEAJSB EUGAE8 AUD M IA"'
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices. T aoo
; ;OTJ03E.ia. csbo.
"-'-l. ; COST
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
1 1 HUNTER'S
' NO. 20 South High St.,
'.". COLUMBUS, OHIO. .
I HAVE JTUST RECEIVED -THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
French, ' ' -t.
Aoestio Cloths, '
:i. KJslh simerei., &o.',
For Gentlemen Vw ear. which I will sell at the low.
ait Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on nana A well selectee
sfook of . . . ... ..
READY MADE CLOTHING.
".u : t. -.-.a JOHN HUNTER, .
juSS-dly 330 South High
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE!
' '. .1 the orto. '-' r .T '
Merchant Tailoring; & Clothing Co..
u SO. 18S OPXBA EOUSE BLOCK, ; .;
t h: ; ; :-i, :!.-. Golumbas, Oblei.'
A SUPERB NEW STOCK ef CLOTHS.
Caesimeres, Overeoating and V eatings, both
Foreign and Domes tig, for Fall and Winter wear.;-
' GENTLEMEN 6f FASHION
Will always find both oar materisli, anil Anr work
to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare
no pains in preduoing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found any whete. , .
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, "
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in tbe 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' FUBNISHING G00D3
In full lines, always kept on hand,
t . nunKX mmk, superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W. G. PERKS, Foreman.
BOOKS TOTEDJOR BINDING.
ANY BOOKS, mAGAZINES. SHEET
a MUSIC. Ao.. Ac, that you wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through postcfiice, or at
Franklia Steam Book Bindery
' . . ; AMD
BLANK BOOK MA.NUFA0T0BY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
Rooma 34. 38. 88 Nortb Hlgrb Street.
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
steam Printing Omoes.)
BLANK. ROOKS I
, BLiAIt'K BOOKS!! , .
Of every description and quality, from the hishest
to tne lowest, printed ll aesirea, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders frim County Officers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Officers reauirirjr MIPKHIOR HUNK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per-
x our patronage respectfully solioi ted.
N. IV. LEFATOR,
oct3-deod6m . - . . , Proprietor,
SI E BERT & IiILLSY,
Blank Book ETaaufactiirers,
. PRINTERS, BINCERSJIND PUBLISHERS. . .
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
, BLANK BOOKS
0 every description, with or withont printed Head
0OUKTT 0FPICER8, UEKCHANTS, KANFFAOTTBBBS
BAMKBK8, BALLBOAD COMPAM1B8. AO.
K Full sets of Books msde on short notice.
warrantee, to give perxeot satisiacuon.
- COLUMBUS. OHIO.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
. IMPOBTBR8 AND DEALEK8 IN '
CANES, :.' .'.. , SPECTACLES,
. ; GOLD PENS, .
15 ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Beth Tb ornate' and Waterbmy Clock..
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
' ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glasi
a (French and Geneva) in full supply at
W" All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX.
febl-eodly Mo. 71 South High at., Columbus.
The Great Medicine far tbe sib. In. rnrra
without rail, every kind or an
alarhtly caption or tne face,
or licking;. Irritating?, or
Hjsra.e on any part
or the pcraon,
1 "It tm nearly relirred me ef Hint mortifying erup
tion, end I em not. looking quite like a mm," writes
. Uiarlw E. NoMn, General Agent of Midi. Central
B. K., 173 Broadway, N. Y. r
We find it an timrlnnble remriii for Teller, etc.."
write Iligley Bros., Druggists, Fairfield, Iowa.
httre tried your valuable remedv for Barber
Itch with great mrcceu," writes C. W. JDumout, of
6nd for circular . Price, 75 cts. aud tl.00. '
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O
For sale by Druggist, generally.
P.- W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
B A U K ER S ,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
F. HATDB.4. JOB. HUT0HB8ON. W.B. BimBN.
IIAYDEN, HUTC1IES0N & CO.,
S JBL TEL JSJ
NO. 13 S. IIIttH 81IIEET,
lanlo-dly-r Colnmbna, O.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WILL. CONTINUE THE COAL BD
NEaS at his present stand, :
. No. 13S CVortls High street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOOKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell
the lowest market price.
MeT Special attention paid to Shipping.
njW-eodl . . . .:. j
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter, "I die daily." The object of this artiole is
Sot to remind him of his pangs, but to show
im how tobaniah them li forever. The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in ., .... .. . ... .
Andltisforhimtosay whether be will continu
to endure a living death, or to put himself ia
sition to render life enjoyable. "
Of th. 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 use. and eager to bear
testimony to Its vir- tues. It differs from
any other Bitters in existenoe, in this speoial par
ti.ular it is not alcoholic. -.For
such constitutions and systems a, require for
their invigoration a diffusive stimulant. . . ,
. . HOOPLANTi'S
GERMAN ?; TONlbl
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of tbe finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
Satient. in choosing between th.se two sreat anti
otes, should be guide 1 by his own condition. If iu
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selection; but in cases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specifio required.
Thousands find infin- "" ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn eW There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in whioh, singly or combined, they will not effecti
euro. v . ...
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strcntrth. G: rid of tbe ail
ments wdich interfere with eninTment- cuuL olnnm
and despondeDcy to the winds; take a stronger hold
ui iufrauuL. iu saon.. oeoome a
. NEW MAN :
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
ana popular oi au vegetaoia invigorants and cor
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in the liver, tbe stomach and the
ooweis, are eradicated oy a course of this great
Whioh not only combats and oonauers diseases that
. ave entrenobed themselves in tbe system, but
is tne nest Known satecuard against all unhealthy
influences. Persona whose oeonDatinna .nd m.r-
suits subject them to the depressing effects of a
close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids wno are ..
Wirnout anyspeomi complaint, except a gradual
aeoiinacion oi Doaiiy sirengtn ana nervous energy,
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountain oi
vitality and vigor, as I refreshing and exil
, crating as a pool in the desert to the sand-scorched
ana lainung travelers. .
is composed or tne pure iuices (or. as they are me
dicinally termed. Extraots). of Roots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free irom Alcohalio admixture of any
Is a combination of all tbe ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, etc., making one of the most pleasant and
agreeable remediea.ever offered to the Dahlia
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dys- I pepria, Chronic or
Nervous Debility.' La Chronic Diseases of
tne Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a disor
dered Aiiver or stomacn,
es. Fullness of -Blood
to the Head,
Aoidity of the Stomach. 7
Nausea, Heartburn, DUguft
' for Food. Fullness or Weightin the "
Stomach, Sour tructations. Sinking .
or fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Hviniminc of the Head. Hnrrieit nnA niffinnlfc
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lyii:g Posture,
, iiimuHfl ui , iBivu, iora or rt eos Deiore me
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.
Sudden Flushes of Heat.
Burning in tbe Flesh.
ings of Evil, and
sion of '
They are the Greatest and Best
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keen lour Blood Dure. Keen
your Liver in older . Keep your digestive
organs in a sound,' healthy condition, by
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will evtr
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
edies. They will oure every case of MARASMUS
Thonaanda of AertififtntAa b.v. iMinmnlit.nl In
the hams of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication ot but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of suoh standing that
iiwj uiuBi uv veuevea.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tea
HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wtit;s :
, PHit.ADBi.nnA. March 16. 187.
I find Hoonand s German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, u eful in di.ea.es Bh of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- Ivfl efit in cases of debil
ity ana want oi nervous aoiin in tne svstem.
Yours truly. S.GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
FaiLAPBLPBIA. April 98, 1866.
I consider "Hoofland'sGerinan Bitter" av.ln&.
ble medicine in c sea of attacks of Indigestion or
D'spepaia. I oan oe-tiiy this irom my experience
oi iu lours, wunrespeci.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Frothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, wn tea:
Philadelphia, Se-t. U,18e7,
"Iloofland's Gernjai Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle a. a tonic and as an appetiser. It is not an in-
toxi ating dnnk, and may be used benefioially by
persona oi an age. . ive peciiuuy yours,
JAMEa ROSS SAO WD EN
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the siauature of C. M. JACKSON
is on tue wrapper of nJ each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Prisoipal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine store, no. twi auvii aiiitt l, Pbila-
CHARLES 51. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO.
Hoofland's German Hitters, per bottle. ...... ..1 00
Hoofland's Herman Bitters, half doien 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic put op in qt. bottles 1 60
per Dottle, or a Ball dosen tor 7 so.
Do not forget to examine well the articlerou buy
u oritur mi au, mio lauuun . .. .
FOB SALE jiY. ALL .DBTfQGISTS
And Dealers in Medioines everywhere.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT
RICHARD - IV E VI IV Si
E. B. ESHFI.MAH, -C.
B. FLOOD, - . lEdit0r", :
( COIjUMBUS, OHIO (
WEDNESD4T RIORNINO, - - JAN. 13.
News and Otherwise.
, Irqnton is to hate five Instead Of three
ward. ... . i ! . '. .. :- '.'
Minbrta, Stark tjounty, wants a woolen
factory.' " "' " u ,'f,
ThiC Cleveland Herald don't like George
Peabodj. ' , -,
The Bank of Montreal has been robbed
of $5,000 '". V." ' .''s," '
' The Cuyahoga ,couDty jail has forty
prisoners. ' .:
" Canton Is to have water-works by July
or August. . .
Thk money market In New York is aaln
becoming tigbt.. v ;; .i:
They have black cherry trees in lull
bloom in St. Louis. . , '
Sixty-fivk additions have been made to
Columbus since 1850. : ; " r 1 ''' .' ":
Only Hamilton and Cuyahoga counties
pay more State taxes than Franklin. .
St. Louis wants State legislation to re
lieve the. financial embarrassments of the
city.' ; . ' ;
Panniers do not form a part'of the
richest evening dresses recently made and
worn. . v
A few nights ago a four year old miss
gave a concert at Je wett City, Conn. Rather
young. , .
Thm fine new residence of H. C. Nellis,
Painesville, was destroyed by fire on Fri
day morning. .'
Thk Auditor of State will please accept
our thanks for a copy of bis annual re
port for 1868. . -
Greeley has blown his trumpet, sum
moning the faithful to stand fast against
the repeal of the tenure ot office act.
Cleveland has fourteen rolling mills in
operation, and two hundred puddling fur
naces, with a capacity of four hundred
tons a day.
Thk Postofflce in New Lexington was
entered by burglars on Friday night and
robbed of about $20 in stamps and a small
Bum of money. .J'.
. Thk Zanesvilie Signal learns, upon what
it considers reliable authority, that the C.
& Z. R. R. has been sold to the Pennsylva
nia Central R. R.
S- J. Kirkwood, Superintendent of union
schools at Tiffin, was presentid a Christ
mas gift by the teachers of that place in the
shape of silver plate. . ,
Excepting Hamilton, Franklin county
contributes in excess of what she draws
from the Stato, more for school purposes
than any other county in the State.- -
The "style" In citieg,on going to business
in the morning tolerates smoking in the
streets, ibut not during the fashionable
hours, when ladies are promenading.
. Gen. Blair has expressed himself again.
reiterating the belief that Gen. Grant will
make a dictator or emperor out of himself
before he leaves the Presidential office.
Not . a Democrat in the House voted
against the repeal of the Tenure of Office
act. Forty-seven Republicans voted against
its repeal, including most of the carpet-
baggerB. - r.
Col. Mantpbnnt's articles on our Jn.
dian complications are creating ' quite a
stir. . No man in tbe country understands
them' better, or is more conscientious in
his statements. '
The Silver Cloud burned to the water's
edge Monday afternoon, three miles above
Point Pleasant, on- the Ohio river. One
deck passenger was lost and tbe crew made
a narrow escape.
Tilton's argument on American women
runs to this : . Men andv women should be
co-equal in society, in the church, in the
pulpit, in the bar, on the bench, in politic?,
In office, in business, in compensation and
in maternity. -
- 'It is announced that Gen. Grant will not,
according to custom, ride 'with President
Johnson to the Capitol on the 4th ot March,
on the occasion of his inauguration. If
he don't, we suppose the seasons will come
and go as usual. . .
Such was the anxiety to bear Miss Kel
logg in Cleveland on Monday night, that
Chase Hall, for the first time 8. nee it was
dedicated to Music, was completely occur
pied by a splendid audience, and that au.
dience was enthused to the highest point
The Washington correspondent of Brick
Pomerby's Democrat swears that he re
ceive! nothing for writing up the Alaska
purchase; but : that his brother received
$1,000 for clerical service to the Russian
legation. Query: Would he have'jeen
employed had not the correspondent advo
cated the purchase?
There Is likely to be conflict of jurisdic
tion between tbe State of Iowa and tbe
United States. Judge Drummond, of the
United States District Court for Illinois, on
Monday issued an order for the arrest of
the Board ot Supervisors of Lee county.
Iowa, for refusing to levy taxes to pay cer
tain county bonds, payment of which had
been decreed by the Supreme Court of the
United States, but which the Iowa Supreme
. .i , . i l : -I '
The New York Evening Telegram states
that three or four of the witnesses taken be
fore the Congressional committee of inves
tigation in that city are notorious English
thieves, counterfeiters and burglars ; that
they were the parties arrested by the sher
iff at the order of tbe district attorney, and
that they were subsequently recognized by
the police. "One of them, rumor has it,"
says the Telegram, "volunteered the in lor
mation that they received $o0 apiece for
their information concerning election
Thk Canton Repository (Republican) of
the 9th in&U has been assured by a reliable
informant, who is also a Republican, that a
few days previously he met J . Wilkes Booth
at Alliance; that they took passage on the
train to a small place, and there in the prir
vate room of a farmer's house. Booth re
lated bis adventures since the assassination
ot Lincoln; told him he was not in the barn
in which it was said he was killed ; that he
bad been of the party, but had left; that
he had wandered in Europe, but could not
find any rest; tbat he had returned, been
to Washington, Chicago, Pittsburgh, New
York, Boston and spent a thorough wan
dering life, everlastingly beset by horror at
the thoughts of the crime he had . com
mitted, i .: . ,;..
News and Otherwise. The White Voting Law.
In Senate, on yesterday, Mr Sceibnkr
introduced a bill to amend the law of last
session to prevent persons from votinfr
having a visible admixture Of African blood
In their veins. This is the law which the
Supreme Court was in such hot haste id
decide unconstitutional because it forbid
the reception of negro votes negroes, not
more than half black, being, in the opinion!
of the Supreme Judges, vhite citizens of
the United States. . . c . ,. , s.
Section 1 of the act of 1868, made it the
duty of the judges to challenge any person
"having a distinct and visible admixture o
African blood," and required them, to put
the following questions to the party.chal
lenged: . - , :.:,;, .','.,
. 'l. What is your age? s-
"2. Where were you born ? ' ' !J ,
'3. Were your parents married, and'flld
they live together as man and wile? -
H. Had your parents, or either of them,
a visible and distinct admixture of African
blood? - - .
6. In the community fn which you lfvi
are you classified and recognized s a white .
or colored person, and do you associate with
white or colored persons? - . , -
. "6. Are there schools lor colored chddren
.in operation- to th township. Tillage or
ward in which yon live; and if you have
children, do they attend such 'schools, or
do they attend the common schools organ
ized for white children, under the laws of
-thestate?" .t-.A ( ... .
y The amendment to the above section re
quires the judges to challenge any per
whom they" have reason to believe is not
a white male, citizen of the United Statea,"
and substitutes the following questions for
the foregoing : . : i ii .
"1. What is your age? . - -;. '
"2. Where were you born ? "
"3. Are you a white male citizen of the
United States. Ifyes, state all tbe facts urx
Ll.L 1 . I . .. , ... -
on wuicu you ciaiin to oe sucn citizen r"
Section 2 of the act of 1863, required the -person
challenged to produce (wo witnesses
tfi aid in establishing hU right to vote. '
The amended section makes one sufficient.
Original section two also required the
judges to propound the following questions '
to the witnesses : . .. .....
"1st. Are you acquainted with the name
of tbe person challenged; if so, for how '
long a time have you known him ? '
"2d. Do you know when, where and la -what
State he was born? . i .
i 3d. Were you acquainted with his pa
rents, or either of them ? If yes, did each
parents, orither of them, have a distinct
and visible admixture of Alrican - blood,
and were they married, or did they live
together as man and wife ?" - -
The amended section substitutes the fol
lowing for the third question :; ; . . 7 .','
v " 3. Are you acquainted with his parents,
or either ot them. . -
- "4. Is . be a white male citizen ot the .
United States? If yes,, what are the facts
. upon which you base your statement tbat
he is such citizen ?? v" ... ' ,".; ..
The amended section also authorizes the
party challenged to produce additional wit
nesses In his own behalf. '
The amendment to section four makes it
competent to establish the marriage of the
reputed parents of the party challenged by
the same evidence that is admitted in the '
courts of justice for that purpose. - , . .
The amendment to section five strikes
out that part of the section which author
izes the judges of election to reject the
vote if any witness called refuses to answer
the quest'ons propounded. The Judges
are required to reject the- vote . unless the
evidence- satisfies them that the person
challenged is a white male citizen of the
United States. The oath is also modified
so that it merely requires the voter 'to
swear tbat according to the best of his
knowledge and belief he is a white male
citizen of the United Statesi -
Section 7 is so amended as to make,
judges ot election liable to. prosecution for
"knowingly" receiving a vote from a per
son not a white male citizen of the United
States, contrary to the provisions of the
act. ' . . . . !,..;
The other amendments proposed are'
merely formal. .r .vi ..
: Donn Piatt, aetlng as the Washington,
correspondent of the Cincinnati Commer-j
cial, and, by the by, writes most interesting
letters Irom that city, where the thieves,
in Congress and out of it, most do congre
gate, has the following on the subject of
frauds: - ' " ; t
" We had this oderiferous subject veiir
tilated iu connection with the stationery
business of the Interior. It was enough to
make an honest man's hair stand on edge,
supposing he has any, and to start a fresh
crop in the bare places, to hear the infa
mous frauds, impudent as corrupt, tbat wsi
poured out u pon the listening House. We had
specimeoe of books, costing twenty cents a
copy, and dear at that, charged to the Gov
ernment at the rate of $25 a copy ; and tags;
worth about one cent apiece, were bought
at $40 a thousand, and of this purchasa
140,000 cannot be accounted for. jUut ail
this has been telegraphed to you, and I re
fer to it only as a specimen of the cess-pool ,
of corruption we are about opening."
. In comparison to the more stupendous
ones perpetrated by the Indian ring, tbe Pa- :
clflc railroad scheme and the Freedmen'i
Bureau frauds, the stealing which Mr. Piatt.
notices the above, Is but petit larceny. But
then there is nothing from millions of dol
lars down to silver spoons, but is " worthy
the steal" ot these scamps. ' I
The New Tork Tribune elaborately crit
icises so much of the report of Special
Commissioner Wells as relates to tbe tariff
question. His proposition to increase the
tax on articles, like tea and ooffee, now,
ranking among the necessities of life, and
not coming in competition with our home
products, and to reduce the duties on arti
cles ot home production or manufacture,'
is treated as a somewhat remarkable mis
take for one who is a professed Protection
ist. Cincinnati Chronicle '
Did it ever strike the Tribune and the' .
Chronicle that the great cause of the Amer
ican Revolution was taxation withont rep-'
resentation? Several of the States of thet
South are now taxed without any voice in ,
the Congress that levies tbe taxes, or voice '.
in electing the President who appoints tbe
officers collecting them.
: The tax on tea and the imposition of a '
stamp duty brought matters to a crisis. . . '
Now, forgetful of the history of our i
country, in this, the so called freest gov- T
ernment on earth, we have, in addition to 3
taxation without representation, the tax 3
on tea and a sump act, ten times more on- '
erous than tbat which Great Britain, under ,
Lord North, attempted to impose the tea
tax paid by the citizens of Franklin coun
ty alone, being greater than the amount I
paid by tbe thirteen colonies, even if the
tax had not been resisted, and tbe stamp
duty paid by this city as great as that esti- :
mated as the proceeds of tbe stamp for all ;
the English possessions on this continent in .
1776. The Tribune and the Chronicle, a
well as Mr. Commissioner Wells, seem to
. forget these things which should not be t
forgotten, i ' . v
Almost every article that a New England f
manufacturer uses, is admitted duty -free,"!
or at a mere nominal rate. J Every thing "f
be manufactures tor sale is pro tee t id by a.
tariff duty, nearly, If not quite, amount
; ing to a prohibition. In carrying out the
great principles ot making the people of -
the South and West mere hewers ot wood'
nod drawers of water to New England, the'
proposition how is to increase the tax on'1:1
. Tea and Coffee, deemed, under Democratta""
-rule, so much articles ot necessity, that'--
they were admitted duty free. ----