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VOL. XXXVI.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY; MORNlNiS, JANUARY 15, 1869.
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NUMBER 115.
IDE OHIO STATESMAN
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- ARCHITECT.1
p . X. BUOOKJES
."Architeot, Cirii Kngineer, Ac.
. Ofite. orer the NaUonal Kzohange Bank.
? " 1 ATTORNEYS.
BBASEH e HASH, J'- J:,
- - ATl'tlllNKVa Al Liw" '
Office, Ko. eSbouth igh itret. Am bos Build-
.... ., - - --. - - - . -
IT , ATIOBaJSK-AT-LATf MAT0R, 1
".'.L.,.r.., i ; '. '. . Jiajojoffioo,
twAisw X,. Jiun -. . .
AXXO&NEX-Al'-LAW AJTotary Public , -iutu;.u...,l).!u..
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WOODBVrf, I
-:r-i!-; , ATTOfiliKk'rvAT-I.AW.
OfficetWtouth iljo,sueet,Ambo Bailding.
AMOTION "AID. COMlvnSSION,
J: e, beac.'''.'" :.' : " " :: .
e Aaotioneet and Dealer ilk Bad Estate Bouse.
hold liooo. Clothing aud Jiotioiia. ' ' ' .
r - ' : No,? West Broad street. V
?u?&MTR: 'ROOMS., ' "
JI
Barber and Hair Oresser. Sot ansT Cold
BasbM -Kasement Postoffioe Building.
BOOK BINDERS.
felbtU(.A 4sJLLX, .; : ;
' Book ..Binders. Blank., JBook JiannfaoUirers.
Priaten and, Publishers.
"Opera Tfnil'fiPir.
tBooTs. &shoks:
'I' Ti'WILUlfli lfc CO. ' '1 :"-' -
t-144 Bouttt Hirh street. ' J nst recelTed. an
elegant assortment Jew stylos. Jow price, la
dies, pteaaeemlt: - V . ""
JUI : I tb. a-oted boese for good BootJrand Shoes
at low prieea, turn eloo just reoei red-- :
;. j ii,. i .,.;. i aw BoiB High street."
COAL" DEALERS.
I r.
V UBIASOIx it C . i
.DaalAra in PUtsbank uj Ob 1a Cl. i lhA
No.al North tiuhsteeet.
COMMISSION? MERC BAMTS.
H:; s-:tch &soN,
. " Commission. Porwardihc and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in tarain Float. .e ii7 W. Broad
atreM. - -
CORSETS. i
XJ llanalaeturers and Dealers ia French, Ger
juanana American t;orseU.' Also, rioop skirts.
h ,v ;;!' !....,! it,. AVI upera House.
CROCKERY, &c.' v
rat.EA,xo, 1 ' -
Wkolesal. and Retail' Dealer in China.
(JtlMHaan. fiMtmi Uuoda. UnotaaA lauiin
luiurea. . . 4ttAoraiiiiu street. .
fii-'aa'A- - -. i-.-il- .
Am porter aod Wholewle and Retail Dealer
In (Jrociery. Coin, Uiass,OaUer, Plated Uopda,
Coal Oil idunps, Ao. "
- - - South High street.
dentistry::
w
Co. a KmM Hrnad street.
Wa o to be the .. y ie t
CI . W.. IJNHi.DENTIdT.-Tbe bast styles
li of -Dentistry, including Dunn's iinproToa
kliueral Plate. Omoe, 10 and 11 Opera Block.
awaBaWssssBsssssssssssssss
DRY GOODS.
s"t EBEHLI tt CO.. ''
Kjt Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions; C irpets. Oil
Cloths, stauiaga, bnadea, tlatti, ijaoe aud Furs,
eorner ixign aaa t rienu sueeu. . ... -
J' . OSBUUN lO., --'.
14S South High ttreei,
carpet, ilattings, OU Clotns.Vuruaau, 6utrle and
Favey Airy Goods.
HI X; 46 Wi-aSi st'Akf :: !...,..,..., ,
e W holesale and Retail Dealers ia Staple and
Fancy Dr Gvods, and Jsanutacturers of ijadies'
Ciuaas. - USs.Hign street.'
. WIJUTsa sA-.ltss,K UWUSTIl(w
A7 F. Kraut A Co., eash dealers in Dry Goods and
AotioBS, u eouth tour to street. .
JAittESS NAUUHlOnt '
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Drr Goods.
AaughtuaJBuildiag. Jiu.- UiS aud, 13 bouth High
Li OCL.
1aMlUA St UlbtilH.- '
IV Dealers m staple and Fanoy Dry Goods and
uents I urnisning uuoas. J o. a a eu tioiue.
TAJISA', Msl '
T,. Dealers i Btapleand FanajDry Goods. -
AciWDouth tiigh street.
As kcreign and- Domestic Dry Ooods, Cloths,
Jt ore, eu. sw a zax suntn Align streeu
DRUGGISTS.
J . People's Drag Store. t80 South High St. Pre-
.orLpiitniA caret uuy eompouuaea axau noars.
1 EfT 1K JU SiXUAAJb. .
JJ - -- JtH S. KOBEKT8.
druggist and Apothecary.
v - SS4 North High street.
M
Asat't.E 6c talIBo,
T nuncoALfc l ttbl'Alli DKUUU1STS,
lwaomnMighritCuiuuittta,0.
DUAllH, tAULCli. tc fcO..
X W holesale and Keiail Druggista, and Dealer.
I a r.mprietaiy seameiuoa. - -
..... . S North High street.
-Mi GRAVERS.
i.ii'ui..a a mititUK. ,
XV Designers, kngrayers and. Publishers. Nota
rial .ana Uet seals eugraveaw oruer.. , ,
Nos. lu7 and lo aouth High street.
: , ; FURNITURE, &c
oi,i!nuiii:Hiner(;o .
. vy lanulacturerj and Wholesale and Retail Deal'
inn swuwn,vHin baiuhbcbi ow,
Xo. al Buutn High &l. tvpen House),
I10 FCHN ITr ilK CO..
J slanutacturersot first class Kurniture. Wholesale-
and &e tail, Mi arerooms. 0, 7 and S Gsrynue
HOUSE FURNISHING.
H AKMS g bOHl, AV fin ..-
Unltr- in Mantles. ritoTCA mnA TTnnaa Vnr.
nikOingUoooi. AliO.'l'in.Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware.- ' ' r 4 i IT .cast Xowa .treat. .
-a at Rnn Ar K rlllBT.
i. r House Famishing Uods, Mantlet. Grates,
voper Aia ana osw sua jsanues
.' -J., .......j. - BWW Wis lltHti
. kTiia. Ts VIOH A HDf r. -
JV licaiera in Hardware. uussFornishinr Oaad
aiaible ua blate kVanues, Grate, btuyes. Hot Air
taiucavto, , . . - noriaiiign street.
BTJSI1TESS DIRECTORY
HOOP SKIRTS.
T7- BEEB,
Jj Jlannfacturer and Wholesale Dealer In Hoop
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher
and Fanoy Goods, 103 Booth HishstK it. -
HOWE ' SEWING MACHINE.
St P. AXTELL,
a Dealer in Hnsical Merchandise, Boot (.Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods tenerally. special Acent
for the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. 410 Bonth Hie n street, oor. Rich.
HATS & CAPS.
BS.m. BT. LACF,
(nacceesorto E. JjsutJ Uealer In Han, vaps.
Fnn and Ktrw tiooda S2S Hootb Him rtreet.
U' ' - (Bisn Uolden UaU
HOTELS.
NATIONAL BOTISL,,
- Opposite Depot.
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
IllllliO STATES HOTElii .
iorner aiga ana Town streets.
E. J. BLOUNT, Proprieton
ZfcTXCiEK HOOK,
Owner Fourth ft Friend sts. Commodioni
houss and aztensire stables. "'
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
INSURANCE.
pwifNEcricirr hiiitcal lite
KJ suraoee Company. Assets, (18.000,000.
WM. JAMISON, Aitent. OolambuO.
NEWKIRK fr JQILTENBERGEBf
GENKRAi. AGENTS Security Life insaranee
Company,. No. 6 Opera Bouse.
TT
OKIE INStKANCE COMPANY OF
IVIILLINERY GOODS.
0.
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
... 1S1 H. High street. Opera House Block.
VfKS. A. DOWNING.
AiA uealer in Millinery, straw uooas ana Trim
mings. No. 67 North High street.
J H. WILKIf ,
a - Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 South Hinh street.
, , MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHirHACgGN A KOHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and De&lera in Gents' Fur
nishing Goods,
jji o. so a orta Higu street.
CW.N1SWANDER.
a Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur
nishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
ii ooubn xiixu street.
THE OHIO MERCHANT TgltwRINS
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High st. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways oa nana.
JOHN C BICKENBACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer ia Clothing and
brents" i urnisning uooas.
jno.oi ixortn riign street.
JOHN HDNTEK,
MERCHANT TAILOR. JS0 South Hi eh st.
Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
"NEWS DEALERS. ::
ANDKEWS tc HULL,
N ews Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers. .
No. 65 SonrnHigh street, nex door to Postotfice.
A? News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications ia both German and English.
)i eiouto ttign street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
A NDKEW8, PKBKI 4k CO.,
IX "Manufacturers and Dealers in Writinc. Print
ing andW'rappinsPapersWA 05 North High st.
s
Dealers in Printinc. Book. Writinc and Fine
apers 36,38 A 40 North High street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BS.UW1N 4c M'KVENK,
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
. 81 rtomh High street.
J. yi. ELLIOTT,
e PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 Soath High street.
Pictures made in crcry style and siie. -
D
J.'ABCHEB.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto,
no. 23. Boutn tiign street. .
PHYSICIAN.
i n. downs, n. p.,
Jm . Tin. a Oiwa. Hk. Tm.I D.'.m... nf M.
Eye. Ear. Heart, Tbruat and Langs. Also, Disease,
of women and Children.
PIANOS..
f . Wholesale and Retail dealers for Light. A
CoCs and liaines A Bro.'s Pianos. Also, Organs,
neiooeons ana etnar masieai instruments. -
SB orth liigh ttreet.
JJ. WOODS,
e Aitent for Chiokerinrs and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs. Jlelodeons and Sheet sinsio.
aiooutniiign street.
. RESTAURANT. :
B
ANK EXCHAR6E BEsTATJBANT,
Corner State and Highrtreets. .
CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
i SEWING MACHINES.
-A ETNA SB WING MACHINES,
fl Tha best in the-world. Nos. 1 and 1 Ooera
House W. PIMMEL, General Agent. -
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
RJ. UlltHBAK 6: U0.,
a Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry.
Platedware,- Speotaoles. Ac., No. 11 Eat Town
Cl AXES 4k HAHBING'ION,'
I . (Successors to Win. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s. Jewelry, Bil7ex War aud Speotaoles.-
No. S &eil Howe.
F A. A.E41(rEBEVX,
a - Wholesale and Retail dealers ia Watohee.
Clocks and Jewelry. N o. 71 South High street. -
! STRICTLY, WHOLESALE.
BANCttOfa tlKOS. 4k CO., -Wholesale
Dealers ia Dry Goods aod Notions.
3 and 4 Gwyane Block, Town street.
REEU.JONEaV 4k CO., - v
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
NOTICE IS BEBEBT CITEN TO
of Clereland.-aa Independent Banking Company,
organisea ana carrying oa ousmess as aa indepen
dent Banking i.ompany at the citr ot Clereland, .
Ohio, under an set of the General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
tne state Bang oi unio ana otner .Banning uom
paaies," passed February J4th, 1845, being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Banking business,
to that end has. in parau.nce of the statutes of the
said state of Ohio in such ease 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 of State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hate provided means aod
riven security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
secretary and Audit r oi state ni saia state oi
Ohio la.- Aha redemDtion of its outstanding note, of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. - '"'' . k
Done by order of the Board or Olreotora or tne
Citr Bank of Clereland, J uly th, 1868,
iiaausii wivjt, rreeiaeni.
; jyll-dltaw6m
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RE BE.
eeived by the undersigned, at the office of the
. WLK?,0?'.8 w,orK the eity of Columbus,
until THURSDAY. Klst January. ie9, at 12 Z
tot building the superstructure of a 3-trnss Bridge
aoross the Big Walnut cteek. on the line of Ue Na
tional Road, in Franklin county, oi two spans, each
spaa to be about teet loej. and 3oH feet "wide,
from out to out; to be oorered, by the oest of oak
shingles, and weatherboarded with good first com
mon boards. -
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail. Ail of said work to be done to tbe
atisfgotion o( the Board of Publio Works and the
resident engineer of the National road.
The right to reject auy or all bids, plans or speci
fications is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIRV
Resident Engineer National Road.
deeSe-dtd-r
The Sisters of.SfcUarj',
F THE SPRINGS, RECENTLY OF
Mnmaraet. PerrT eonntv. will onen their laraa
Ami .nAMniiA buildina for tbe reoewtion of nunils on
tbe first Monday in September, 1808. For Board and
Tuition. T, 80, 86 and (SO, aeeording to the da-
parimeotot inepiiB". , - , Do.nus&,oiip i.
Address Box 161. a ua 3-d if
Ai PAIR OF "JOE G0D?lN"OOLT8, FIVB
and six years'' old, ery handsoaia. kind and
r&r; : 11CHABD' NETIN3J
DRY, GOODS.
r.
GREAT
v il l f. rV.fi-,
ATTRACTION!
ON AND AFTER TPESDAT. THE
lath day of January. 186S,
' I ' " ' '. . . '
FOR 35 DAYS,
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO,
Nos. 23, 25,27 &. 29 S. High Street
' WiU sell
Sressj CSoodoi,' - :
GXrmlK tyiagamt. t t-J-,':-
PSx-ea.lsJra.sBit BtxxvxKrlm,
'.. 'W ool ,'3SCoolas, .
Also Great Reduotion in the price of
Bl4XalX.4tsBl,
TTnderwear,
. 3r X017-0 S9 r ;
Boaslery,
Wears sole Agents forthe sale of the HARRIS
SEAMLESS KID GLOVES.
From this date our ttore will be closed
at 6 o'clock P. M. until further notice,
: GILCHRIST. GRAY & CO.,
janUly Nos. S3, s, 27 A as South High st .
'S
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.1
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT
AUCHTON'S!
Poroaaseri of Dry Goods are eord tally invited to
; t oau ana examine ma
NEW 'ST O C K.
DRESS GOODS'...
FANCY GOODS....
SHAWLS...........
DOMESTICS
EVERYTHING ....
....CHEAP I
...CHEAP
....CHEAP!
....CHEAP
....CHEAP
JAMES NAT7GHTON,
118 Jk 122 Semtls Hlrb Street,
doolO-dly
coizncBvs.omo
t'4
BANKERS.
Pi W. HUNTINGTON , & C0M
BAfaKERS,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
.COLUMBUS, OHIOa
febg-dly : ,
P. HATDB.1. . 408. HUT0BB80K. . W.B. HATPIN.
MYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
NO. 13 S. IIIQH S I IIEEX,
lanJO-dly-r ;. ':.. ColBtmbtia, O.
CLOTHING. ..
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
ClotMagEmporinni,
No. 220 South High St.,
COt,UiTlIHJS, Oil IO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THI
lanrest and finest stock of Fall and Wlnt
uooas ever erougm to tnis city, consisting of
French,
AiAiisliiBii. and
. l5omestio Cloths.
Cassimere., &o.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at tha ln.
a.t Cajih nrices.
- Also Keep eonstanuy on nana a well selected
sfookot ,
READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER.
juH-dly
20 South Hich t'
. , . CJUOXXIIIVG,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE!
, THE OHIO
Merchant Tailoring Clo.uing Co.,
SO. 186 0PSBA E0VSB BLOCK,
.-.-a Celanabi... Obio.
ABlirnnanbn " .. n. v ana.
AMMMlinv And V..tlnM
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear.
GENTLEMECT OF PASHION
Will alwava find both onr materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare
no pains in proauoing toe most elegant ana ian
ionable garments to be found anywheie
EEADY-MADE CL0THIN9.
Of which a vreat part is mm of acta red by ourselves
U tn. 1 a a. l a r l r i v . i .li t
. iKicsi na inM lUDioDKDie iivies, win mi
WT befoundenoar8h6lFe, in ail th TAriUS
GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3
la full lines, alwajs kept on hand.
NAUGHTOB
MISCELLANEOUS.
ft
PLAN E T."
ANEW AND COnPLETE COAL
COOKING STOVE, combining a lane oven.
good baking qualities, beauty of design, economy
of fuel, and cheapness, for sale by the manufac
turers, who bare a fin. line ot Wood 'ooking
Hlom and Hollow-ware. lilLLAKKKVK.
dec23 eodlm-r 80 North High St. J
Great Redaction in Price.
QUALITT AND PROPERTIES tTNIMPAIRED. -
A DELIGHTFUL. NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE.
A Pleasant Invigorating: TONIC.
A Substitute for ALK and ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
A STRENGTHENER FOR THE DEBILITATED.
Especially Nursing Mothers.
A certain Remedt for Disorders of the
TBR0AT, CBXST, LUNGS AND STOMACH.
Sold by Dru; gists aad Grocers.
JOS. S. PEDERSEN.
2X Murray St., New York.
Sole Agent for U.S. and British Provinces of N J
jan4 eod3m-VNT r
50 PER CENT. REDUCTION.
NOTICE TO m EH CHANT", BANK
ers. Broken. Publishers. Stationers. Hrint-
ers. Companies, Lawyers. Architects, Schools,
Clergymen. Circulars, Prices Current, Letters,
Quotations.Catalogues. Music, or sn documents or
drawings may be obtained at the following extraor
dinary cheap prices : 100 copies, fao siuiilies, of
any aoeument or drawing, sc., aa; owoopies, B5;
1.000 copies. C8, Ac; 100.000 copies. ItSO, or 60 per
cent, upon t'le above prioes may be saved by using
Meunoe s fatent Autograpmo fnntirg Press, lor
Offioes, Publishers, stationers. Printers, Schools,
Companies. Ac. PrioecSO. A young boy ean strike
off loo eopies. letter size, per hour, of any duoa-
mert, drawing, mnsic, witn tne greatest la uuy.
Maurice's Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
price". Public experiments each Saturday.
H. B. All kinds oi LithoEranhie work are done
with tbe greatest care at the lowest rates. Maur
ice's Patent Autoxrapbio and Lithographic Print
ing. Writing and EDgraving Establishment. 10
North William street,New lork.
aeoi'-astawiy-TNT
COMMERCIAL BANK.
THE COiTltaERCI.lv RA K. locsxteA
A. in Sessions' B ock." eorner High and Long
streets, will be open tor Dusiness January 4tn, ibdu.
Accounts oi inaiviauais ana nrms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Silver. Foreun
aod Domestic Fxobange, tiovernment Bonds and
looal securities bought and sold. Passage Tiokets
to and from all the principal ports in E arose is
sued.
The above Bank will be open for the transaction
of business, except paving checks, Wedneria and
Saturday evenings oi eaen week, trnm 7 to o'clock.
flecao oodiin J. A. JSLttnm. X, casbier.
The Columbus and Hocking Val
ley Railroad Company.
lVotioe to Wtooltliolcleraj.
Colcmbub, Ohio, Deo. 18th. 1888.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the S'ocknolders of this Coairany
will be held at its office, in the oitv of Columbus
on Tues lay, January 8th, I860, between the hours
of 10 o'clock A. H. and s o'clock f. At., at whicb
thirteen U ire tors for said Company will be elected,
and such other business transacted as mav be
brought betore tne meeting, htocgnolders are re
minded that the la-r provides that "after the first
election of Directors, no person shall vote en anv
share on whioh any installment ia due and unpaid."
d.j.j&jMacii.
deol9-d3tawtd-r Seo'y and Treas
Turnpike Notice.
THE SHAREHOLDERS OP THE CAPITAL
stock ot tha Lancaster. LithoDulis St Grove-
port Turnpike Company are hereby do ti fled that
tnere win Dea tneeiingor me wteKQo.aen or saia
liomn&nT on SaIUKUAI. ? tisttu atti oth. iw,
kit UBI. VIUUB Ul aiVUU AUVtSUBI Bl MLA . gJlUlUVllB
t airneid county, unio at iu o'clock A. M. ot said
day. for the nurooseof eleeting seven Directors of
said turnpike road tortae ensuing year.
Jannary stu. lesa, -
S. O. HENDREN. 8b.,
President of said Turnpike Company.
decll-dltawtw&Ktd
' EMOLLIENT CREAM.
TIHIS DELIGHTFUL ANDELEO InT
J. preparation, intromced last winter, having
received so many flattering ooinmendations from
those who used it. induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the publio, assuring tbem that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
against the inclemency of the winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
ana preservation . for nesting aorasions, inap
ned Hands. Face. Lips, or Roughness of the kia
l. o no equal, wuue iu eoubuiug qualities ua
delightful fragrance render it a necessary append
age to the toilet.- Prenared onlv bv MARPLE A
R1TSON, Dispensing Chemists, 100 South High
street, uoiumous. unio. novt-aeoasw.m
Agents Wanted -$10 a Day,
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decll-dawlm-r 23Cortland: St., X.
Atlantic & Great Western Railway
Company.
Secret aby's Officb. No. 40 Bkodtat.(
Aew York. 28th Deo , law.
XTOTICEISREUfcBt UIVKN a 11 il
a Special Meeting of the Stockholders of tbe
Atlantic and Great Western Railway Company,
will be held at the General Offices of the Company,
No. 40 Broadway, in the City and State of New
York, at IS o'clock, noon, on raturday, the 30th dav
of January next, to consider an I approve of, or re
iec.t. certain contracts entered into with the Eric
Railway Company, and tiie Columbus, Cuicago
and Indiana Central Railway Company, and lor
other purposes. 1 be transfer books will remain
closed until alter tne meeting,
W. ARCHDALL O'DOHERTV,
janll-dltawtojanSO-xNT Secretary.
Stockholder's Meeting.
OFFICE OF THE
Columbus, Chicago Ind. Cent. K't To , '
Columbus, O., Deoembet X4th. 1868.
A HIEKIlneOMHESlOCKHOI.D
1. ers of the Columbus. Chicago and Indiana
Central Railway Company will be held at the of
n-e t-r the Compauy, in tne city ot uolumbus,
Hiatanf Ohio, on KK1DA Y. the S8TH dar of JAN-
II ARY. 1869. between the hours of 10 A. M.. and 3
P. M., to approve or reject a contract vith tne At
lantic a meat western uauway company ana tne
Erie hailway lomoany, and lor other purposes.
By oraer of the Board.
GORDON MOOD1E.
dec30-dtd Secretary,
Fire Cents Reward.
WALKED AWAtf-TOO L1ZT TO
run-oneJ. W. BROWN LOW. said to be a
brother of tbe uovernor ot lennessee. He is by
profession a Sculptor, by trade a bunter. All per
sons aesiring per t aueub invwimeuu ean witn per
fect aafetv entrust him with their iminer. Ac !..&..
counts he waV engaged in the whisky business.
The above reward, also the thanks of several vic
tims, will be given for any information as to ais
wnereaDoutt, upon application to this ctnee.
janT-dtf '
Valuable Residence for Sale.
OITTJATED Of HHOIDWAV, BE.
O teen High And Third streets, eontaining
twenty rooms, osiu uoose. will not ana cold wa
ter. Also, improved range and furnace. Posses
ion given April 1st,
r or price and terms, spply at this office.
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; WHY ENDURE v
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with 8t.
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him how tobaoish them I I forever- Tbe meant
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in, . - -
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And it ia for him to say whether ha will eontinne
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LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
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ticular it is not alcoholic.
For such constitutions and systems as require for
their iovigoratiou a diffusive stimulant. .
j EOOFLAND'S
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Hat been provided a preparation in whioh tha sol
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Through the instrumentality of'the most nowerFnl
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Whioh not onlv onmhatfand eon an era Aiaa-ma that
have entrenched themselves in tbe system, but
is me oeai, snown s&ienaara ssjainst an nnneaitny
inllaenoes. Persons whose ocoapations and pur
suits suoieot them to the deoresjinr 'effeota of a
.close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lias wno are
WASTING AWAY,
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Is eomoosel of the nnre iniees for. as thav are ma
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Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely tree from Alooholio admixture of any
Kit. a. s
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum.
Orange, etc., making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
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such
T as Consti
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Piles, Fullnesi of
Blood to the Head,
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, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before tbe
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. Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Paiu in the .
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.
Sadden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh.
Constant Imaginr
ings of Evil, and
, Great Depree-
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i Spirits, '
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? BLOOD PDRIFIEKS
Ever known, and will care all diseases resulting
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the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
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Weak ; and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the use of either of these rem
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without fail
Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in
the banns of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 hose, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must be believed.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PEK1SYL.TAIIA
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes
timony T
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wrius :
Philadblfhia, March 18, 1867.
' I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, a-eful in diseases Btf of the digestive or
gans, ana oi great oen- aw ent in cases of debil
ity and want of nervou action in the sys'em.
Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April S8, is66.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in'e ses of attacks of Indigestion or
D.ispepsia. I can ce'tity this from my experience
of it. - Yours, with respect.
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of tha Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes i
Philadelphia, Set. 14,1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a verv nsefni ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It m not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be nsed beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pect fully yours,
JAUEa ROsS SM0WDEN.
OAUTION.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See th.t the signature ot O. M. JACKSON
is on tne wrapper of l each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at tbe German
Medioine Store, Mo. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES 31. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO,
. XXLXOEIa9.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosen 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 60
per bottle, or a half dosen for $7 SO.
Do not forget to examine well the article you buy
1 n order to get the genuine.
FOB BALE JJT ALL DRUGGISTS
' And Dealers in Medicines everywhere,
. , jyM-dwAs-eowly
' riUATED ADD PUBLISHED BI
RICHARD NETINS.
E. B. ESHEIilllAfftl K-ji.-l.
C It. FLOOD, . ; Edlt.r.
COLUMM U. OHIOl
FBIDlTnORHUin.. -
JAN. 15-
News and Otherwise.
Thurlow Wkkd Is expecting death
Detroit, Michigan, has hundreds of des
titute people, 1 .
Thk number of spiritualists U increasing
in New York.
Monet was somewhat easier in New-
York yesterday.. ,'...
Pneumonia abounds gTeatly In Louis
ville, Kentucky, t :
Th population ol Kansas has been
dpubled in four years. ' 11 -
Garibaldi has written a novel, .entitled
"Clelia," which will soon be published. .
A Masonic temple, costing half a mil
lion of dollars, is to be erected In Detroit, j
'An extensive fire occurred in1 Philadel
phia,; yesterday morning. Xoeg about' a
quarter oi a million.! t.-.h.. - 1. 13 f.u
TH- last public school bouse erected In
Chicago cost $66 753, is Ave stories high,
and is heated by steam.' -
Within the past few weeks nearly 25,000
sheep have been slaughtered near Plym
outh, Richland ..county, merely for the
pelts and tallow.. .
Thb tariff men at Washington are re
ported so much demoralized that It is not
likely they will be able to accomplish any
thing this session.
An old man by the name of Doreey fell
dead in the gallery of the Senate of the
United States on Wednesday, while, listen
ing to its debates. ,
So satisfactory was the 8th of Januiry
Festival in Mansfield, that before adjourn
ment tbey resolved to have a reunion on the
next 8th of January.
The Cincinnati Commercial thinks that
"a little bolting" from toe Republican cau
cus nominees for United States Senator
"would be a good thing." "
The Deputy TJ. S. Marshal of Wyoming
territory was shot and killed in Dupage
county, Illinois, on Tuesday night. That
came of not being virtuous.
. "That's all Sam. Galloway gets," re
marked a citizen, as he read that Mr. Gal
loway was among the speakers at Lancas
ter. "They put him forward to bark."
General, Carl Scburz was nominated
a candidate for the United States Senate on
the evening of the 12th, by the Republican
caucus of tbe Missouri Legislature. '
The Senate of the United-States has
passed tbe House bill making an appropri
ation to remove the remains of Mr. Cog
geshall, late United States Minister to
Eucador, who died at his post ot duty.
General' Grant has just found it neces
sary to authorize a denial of the conversa
tions and reflections . upon conspicuous
members of the Republican party recently
published in the New York World as sub
stantially his.,. :L
The Senate holds, and has voted, tbat it
would be inappropriate and undignified to
throw the United States Capitol into a
dancing apartment and supper rooms on
the occasion of Grant's inauguration. The
Senate ia clearly right. "
It is stated tbat a proposition bas been
made which; in all probability, will beac
cepted, that all tbe European Governments
who have signed the International Cur
rency Convention shall also adopt inter
national postage stamps.'
Hon. Aaron Tyler, an ex judge, was
beaten and maltreated by police officers in
the Chicago Police Court on the 15th of
December, where he had appeared in be
half of a client, from the effects of which
he died on New Year's day.
The Council of Mansfield, some time ago,
passed an ordinance assessing a special tax
"on all foreign auction sales," intended as
a protection to the borne business men. An
auction firm holding forth in the city re
sisted the payment of tbe tax, and on trial
it was decided illegal. . ,
An exchange is responsible for this : "A
three-year old" neighbor saw a drunken
mm " tacking" through the street. "Moth.
er," said he, "did God make that man?"
She replied in the affirmative. The little
fellow reflected for a moment, and then ex
claimed, "I wouldn't have done it." '
The speech of Butler and the letter of
Hon. Thomas Ewing on the financial
question, have but contributed to perplex
the Republiaan mind. Day by day, it be
comes more apparent that Hon. George H.
Pendleton's plan is the only one that will
get the country safely out of its financial
troubles. .
From the Mansfield Shield and Banner
we learn tbat the long lost Win. S. Trim
ble, who, it was thought, committed sui
cide, in 1865, in some mysterious way,
turns up in Illinois, where he is with an
uncle and partially insane. His farm near
Mansfield bas been sold by tbe administra
tor, and the effects distributed to the heirs
The Attorny General of the United States
has given his opinion, that, by the terms
of the President's Amnesty Proclamation
of the 25th of December, "there is extended
unconditionally and without reserve to all'
and every person who directly or indirect
ly participated in the late insurr. ction or
rebellion, a pardon ana amnesty lor tne oi-
fense of treason against the United States,
or adhering to their enemies during the
late civil war." District Attorney Carring
ton has, accordingly, entered a nolle prose
qui in the indictments for treason against
Jefferson Davis and John fJ. Breckinridge.
Radical Rule in New York.
The expenditures of New York city and
county for 1869 are placed , at $21,473,997,
divided as follows: For the payment ol
State taxes, $4,629, 598; for city purpose
$9,987,283 ; for county purposes, $6,257,116,
and for deficiencies, $600,000.
This vast sum, for city purposes, annu.
ally collected, is caused , by the Radi
cal Legislature taking the power from the
city council and vesting the police, fire de
partment, etc., in the hands of commission
ers appointed by the Governor, and paid by
the city tax payers. A more infamous as
sumption of power could not well be con
ceived, and yet the Radical measure is why
New York, Brooklyn, and the surround
ing country is so heavily Democratic. Our
wonder is, with such Radieal misrule be
fore their eyes, that a single Radical vote
is given in Yew York except by these
who fatten upon the spoils thus wrong,
in the way of taxation, from honest labor.
The police of the city is rotten to tbe core
and the fire department as inefficient as it
1b possible to be.
The Cincinnati Gazette on the
Re-admission of Mississippi.
The time was but it was many years v
since when the Cincinnati Gazette for'; "
fairness and ability stood at the head or" tbe ' !iI
Western press. Its then 'editor, Charles -Hammond,
never tor partisan purposes, ' '
either laid down bad law, or in any shape, '
form or manner, knowingly wrote in favor
of a violation of the Constitution even In "! ;
its most immaterial part,'1 Of that lnstru
ment hewas a strict constructionist, ' and 'e
woe betide his party friends, who tor party
purposes or party necessities, wouid':at-': n
tempt to leap, over any barriers ';' that the ":
Constitution had erected to shield the States '' ''
or the people. . - y' "' '..''. !J
But that time, when the Gazette 'was; '
numbered as among the ablest sheets In tbe ' '
land, has passed the time is, when that h
sheet, sacrificing every thing at the shrine
of party, is among the most groveling of T
its class, catering , to ' the .Radical leaders '
who would sink all that the patriot holds Tn.'
dear for f he sake of party, and with "it, the ''''
spoils ot office! Jf contempt bas the prop-'
erty of descending, as we are 'assured It '
has, after the followingi from that sheet of ' '
Wuftnaartavr ft.- - AA'n.an.,.-''. 1 V ' ' '
fail to reach the Gazett. because of the1
of following it to the lowest
UGIII, TT 1W JllWCUt QU1W1 AO tAB.BlUA.
ing IU That sheet says:., , '
"The people of Mississippi are greatly
agitated over the present condition of the 1
State and the best means of getting out of 07
it and securing admission into the Union," r: , .:
' Misalssippl was admitted into tbe Union (
many years since, probably- before the
writer ot the above was born., Once in the ,
Union, except on its wn motion, and by :, ; ,
the common consent of tbe other States ,
composing the United States, it cannot go
out. " This Is not only the doctrine of com-, . ,
mon sense, but, if the late war settled any-
thing, it settled the fact that the Union, of.
these States is perpetual.-. And the man. or -.1
set of men, who attempt to force a
State from tbe Union, is as much a traitor,!.'
and deserves as much, if not more punish-;
ment, than the man who attempts to with- 1-.
draw his own State from the compact- ., .
. The Gazette editor knows this, an j yet:,-'
. l . - , . a, ,
ttiat sneea prates, parrot line, ad uij tau- . ,
guage of the Radical leaders, about Mis
sissippl - "securing admission ; into the
Union," when it is as much a partof the , -Union
as Ohio or any other State, called in . .
the slang of the day, " truly loyal.", :o7
. With more than prophetic sagacity as
if the wise men who framed tbe Federal
Constitution, knew that in these degene- ,:
rate days, a party wool! spring Up, who ;
would endeavor to overthrow the reserved , .
rights of the States, and to deprive them 11 ,
of their political power, and of the equality r
wblcb it is the aim of tbe Constitution, ,to
enforce, and fearing that this' blow .might .
come from a part made up' Congress, like - .
the present, the Constitution requires that ,
"all legislative powers,heren granted, shall
be vested in A, Congress of : the several
States, which shall consist of a Senate and ,.
' House of Representatives,., and that tbe , 4
Houseof Representatives shall be composed ... A
of members chosen every secondyear by
the people of, the several States." The Sen - -j
ate of tbe United States," the Constitution'
says, shall, be composed ot two. Senatws
from each State.n This latter clause is so
imperative that no amendment of tbe Constitution-
can be valid which Infringes it, ,
f jr, it Is a part of the fundamental law,
wbich.no constitution can set aside, "that '
no State can be deprived of Us equal svjfrage in ('
the Senate."
The part made up Congress in session at -Washington
has set its edicts above tbe
Constitution, and has deprived the people
of Mississippi Of their right to elect Rep
resentatives, ana nas aeprirea mat state ,
of its equal suffrage in the Senate by its
relusal to admit Senators, legally chosen,'
to their seats. ; And because of this tramp-
ling the supreme law of the land' under
foot willfully violating andsetting aside
the plainest requirements of the Constitu- .
tlon, the Gazette, and its kindred prints, "'
say tbat the Union is disrupted, and Mis- ''
sissippl, Virginia and other States left out, .
In the cold by the Radical Congress, ' 'must .
again be admitted to tbe Ution before tbey . .
can exercise the political rights their peo- '
pie once enjoyed. ' A doctrine .more' pre
posterous, dangerous and subversive of the
rights of a miuority cannot well be Imag- ,
ined, and yet without argument or fact to
sustain its position utterly subversive t f
Republican Government, the Qoxette takes
it for granted that Mississippi Is out of the
Union, because the Radical leaders so aver, '
and coolly announces ..that it must take '. , .
means to secure its re-admUsion to the ;
United States. - ' '
Three-fourths of the States are required to
ratify an amendment to the Constitution.
proposed, and the States of Ohio, New
Jersey aud Oregon ratified it. Before, how-'
ever, the requisite number of States could ,
be coaxed or coerced into the ratification,
the three StateB named withdrew their at- :
sent. Subsequently to this the required .
number of States was obtained, counting : ,
Ohio, New Jersey and Oregon as of the :
number, and Congress has declared the '
amendment ralified, that body, and the Ga
zette, as in duty bound, with it, 'deciding
tbat a State ouce assenting to an amend-...
ment to the Constitution cannot withdraw
it. While it is true that the withdrawal
after the amendment is adopted would be
a nullity, every Sta whose Legislature so ;
pleases can withdraw: its assent and pro-
nounce against It, and that withdrawal
must act as if the State had never ratified '
the amendment. ' . .'. '.'"..
Thus, while tbe Gazette holds that Con
gress can force a State oat ot the Union
without even repealing tbe law for its ad
mission, it holds that an amendment of tba
Constitution once ratified by a State, ia as
fixed and immutable as the laws of tha
Medes and the Persians, which, under no
circumstances, could be altered. ' ' ; ,'
We are frank to confess that we have no .",
patience with editors who thus claim that
men, because they are Radical politicians -and
members ot Congress, can thus change, "
by a law of Congress the Constitution of
the country, and prate flippantly of States
once in. the Union, having again to seek
admisslon, nnless they will allow Negroes
to vote. They believe do such, doctrine'
they but advocate it as a policy necessary.
and be who would thus .trample the Con
stitution of his country and the rights of
its people into the dust, because bis party :
leaders demand it, is a compound of kna- .
very and folly worthy of the scorn and '
contempt of honorable men. ' -z
.
Sevebax days ago, workmen commenced
attaching a new boiler to the engine la
our press-room. . This occasioned the ne- '
cesslty to have our press-work done la an-,
other, establishment,1 occasioning delays
that have resulted In the missing of the
express and, the mails.'. In the ' beginning
of next week we shall have everything
right again. - ; -t - i jt husk '.-.v-- '
: .'. Michael Libach was iustantly killed ia
St. Louis, on the 13th, by the bursting of
a grindstone driven by steam. :'" - '"'

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