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COLUMBUS, OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1869.
THE OHIO STATESMAN
JS PURLlXBXD OJT TBS TOLLOVHTO
- TERMS Caste in Adruec.'
Daily Ktatksman, peryeer....
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delivered by Carrier, per week
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tve oopies oae year
I en oopies oneyear ........
Twenty copies one jeer.......
-copies one rear
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eVERTISING RATES FOR DAILY STATESMAN
(tight Mac Aonpartfl mak a SguartJ
ouf-eo ow bo oo
soma h ool
136 00 235 001
65 00 1
160 00SW 0V
39 Ollf 60
46 001 40
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Looal-Ntmjb,15 coats per Hne eaeh-rmwrtion-.
ApVKKTISIcO KXTSSOB TKI-WlMLT STATBS-
MA)r TO eents per square eaeh insertion) for three
months or longer, a uiaoqunt of one-half from Daily
test . - i . , .
As-vbrtisins r on Winter Statiskax-$J.60
Jer square tor first m.ertiou, 76 oents for eaoh ad
itiiaial insertion, . . .-.
.Boixess Norrcia, SOceets eaoh insertion. .
, Notices of Deaths; SO cents.
.NoTJOa o MAKtlAOi.V5 cents. "
RELiohirs Nonets, half prioe. - -
' Aliiranrttni adiertutinmt mutt to paid for at
t Up tAcy are oi 4rK t '
:T. BROOKES, ' -
Architeptt VivSl Kniler,6.'-,.
-, Oflioe over the national Exchange Bank.
HABEAS WASH, r. r - .
JP r , .ATTOKNKIS At LAW
-Offioei Bo .- boat4 -igh tnt, Amboe Build
ll9H ,uQ '.; - v ; ; ;.'-:;J f ,-i .
AME. BirajlV' ' f '
. ATXBJtrA?-M-W MAYOR, f ..,
. . AiayosLS Uffiee.
. i ' ' ' , , ;
Ti'llH'ARrJ T.;DotAH, . . "
JL-J , AiiUaflai"AXuAir a notary irUDuo.
ii. . . -Oflieejtt farsdn'e Building.
WILSON WOODRUFF, " -r-ATTyRrtiiA'r-LAW-.
J Auctioneer and Dealer in Beat Estate, Houaa
heldtioeafl, Clothing and Notioiis. ' '
. Jto.J West Bioadatreet.
JT Barber and Hair Dresser. BJot and Cold
Baths. Basement A'astoffieelBailuiBgI
0 Book Binders. Blank Book Manufacturers,
trftrten and Jfubiishera.
, BOOTS & SHOES.
WT. WILLIAMS tt CO., '
144 8outn High street. Just received, an
elegant assortments Jiew stjlea, low prices, i
dies. please cull. , . - ..
U Is the noted house for good Boots and Shoes
at low prices. JNew to took just received-
-. 376 South High street.
ROBINSON 4c CO ,
Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Also.
Coke, Drain Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe, -
No. Ml H orth High street.
H FITCH Ac SON,
e . Commission. For warding and Produce Mer-
enants, dealers in Grain Flour, ao.. m W . Broad
T I. HAIJNA,EAaA: CO..
XJ Uanutactarera and Dealers in French, Ger
man antf American corsets. Also, Hoop skirts.
"" 181 Opera House.
, it CROCKERY, .&c.
J V Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China,
Queensware, Glass, Plateu Goods, lamps and Lamp
li.tnM. - AS N.iri.li Miirn atrAAf..
A . 'A'. MAIt. L
J Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealei
in vrooaery, viiina, uiase, uuery, ruuea uoous,
Coal Oil liuips, itc.
S59 South High street.
jattNAvAA it EAIOllNOER, ' ,
....j . . No. lb Jiast Broad street.
Wa aim to be the te - -
G. XV. DUNN, DENTIST. The best atyles
of Dentistry, inoluding Dunn's Improved.
Mineral riaie. - umce, iw ana ii upera cioce.
i 1 LBEKLY Ac CO..
vVe 'Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions. Cirpets. Oil
Cloths, Mattings, bhadea. Hats, Caps and Furs,
corner mgn auu Jixieuu atreew. -
J - D. osBoitm & ao.,
a 149 death High street.
barpeta Mattings, Oil Cloths,Lur tains. Stable and
X aocy Airy Goods. ...
a a tt.ee . u.iAi. -
XXe W holesala and Retail Dealers in Staple and
t ancy Dry Uooda, and Manufacturers of 1. adieu'
doaaa. " izaa.mga street.
IUHTU T.1)U)C UOODS SA'ORaS,
X? F. Kruui A Co., cash dealers iu Dry Goods and
nou .ns. lae Boutn rourtn street.
I AlUK.it NllIUH SON.
J V holesala a.ud Retail Dealer in Drr Goods.
rtaughton Building. N oe. lit) and 139 South High
1AvNkON-Ac WltrUIN. ' - - -
IV Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Gents' furmsnisg uuwu. a. e nen House. .. -
I tlUIMVIS'f) ttAk Ac (JO.,
LX - Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
... , N o. 99 South tiigh street.
43. ax.ASl..fc.x dc JO.
la Foreign and Domestio Dry Goods, Cloths,
t urs, etc. uu ka Suutn mgn street.
J ; People's Drug Store, J80 South High St. Pre-
boriptious careiuily oomiiuuuaeii atoll noun.
I yEA-OT DRUG STOME.
XJ - JUdN S. BOBKKTS,
Aiuggist and Apothecary.
r. . , S54 North High street.
AMfLE 6c hllOt ,
tt OUAtCOAljl!. A rtkl'AlL. UKUGGISTS.
. loo South High t., Columbus, O.
llltAllA. BRICK. cV CO..
X Wholesale and Retail Druggists, and Dealer
u rroprietar aieaicmes.
- 94 North High itreet.
K ACMES AD JUlAg5, v,
Designers, Engravers and Publishers. , Nota
rial ana other seals eugraveu vu uium.
Nos. 107 and 109 South High street
v Jtanntacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
era In f urniture. Chairs, Mattrassos, etc.
- No. Mil South High St. (Open House),
J Manufacturers oifirstclass Furniture, Whole
sale' and Retail Warerooins, tt. 1 and 8 Gwjnue
X-HOUSE FURNISHING. V
A S A At ITJ S 1 1, O Mi Ac i n . - "
Jii Dealer-iu Mantles. Stoves and House Fur'
Dishing UooOS. Alo, Ain. copper and Sheet lro
Ware. '-. ' ast Town ttreet.
A KENS At STttART,
House FurniBhiBg Goods, Mantles. Grates,
Copper, in and enee xrou. ovoves ana Alantlea
AW1,( " - , - - '
Dealers in Hardware, Bouse h urnishmg Goods.
Hiarhle and Slate Mantles, Grates, Stoves. Hot
turnacea, Ac. , , wnorinxiignaireet
ti. Manufacturer end CThnlMpalA T)a-1a in Hnnn
Skirts end Corneta. Also. rinntAr in KapIiii 7anhr
end Fancy Goods, 103 South High stir it;
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
tionery end Fancy Goods generally. Special Agent
lor me ceieorated alias Howe Gold tied ai ctewiug
aomne. Ho. HO South High street, eor. Kicn.
., HATS & CAPS. .
Mas. in. M. LACF,
(Suceeeaor tn E. Lanf.) Dealer in Bat. Caps.
Furs and Straw Gooda-x-8 South High street.
Opposite Depot. -J.
H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
NIl'EO STATES HO't'EL,
Corner High and Town atreets.
. E. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor.
. Oorner Fonrth A: Friend sts. Commodions
house and extensive stables.
li. a. tiuwuna, rroonetor.
r INSURANCE. ,
CONMEOriCfJT JDCTCJAL LIFE .
auraee Company. ' Assets, S18.C00.0OO.
was. JAM1SUH, Agent. voiambu, u.
GENERAL. AGENTS SprnritT l.ifA Inmranea
Company. No. 6 Opera House.
HOITIB INSt'KANCU COMPANV OF
f'l.. 1 enit.l -.-.1 A eUM Cli 17
Yf. 0. M. BAKEB. Reo'y.
umce. w oa . b a T upera Mouse
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
191 s. High street, opera House biook.
IIKS, A. IHIWNIXfi.
mines. No- 67 North High street.
II. WILKIE, -
Dealer in Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fanoy Goods. 130 South Hith street.
SCHAFBAnOBN 4c WOHLI.EBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Far-
shins Goods, -
jig- on nortn mgn street,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fnr-
aishing Goods. Also agent for the Diamond Shirts,
- vsi Boutn nin street.
ii onio Merchant tailoring
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. Hich nr. Onnui'
suits made to order. Beadjrmade Clothing al
ways on nana.
JOHN B. KICK.ENBACHEU,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
no. oi nortn nisn street
JOHN HUNTER, -MERCHANT
TAILOR. 230 South High at.
Choice stock of Clothing oonstaotly on hand.
ANDREWS & HULL.,
N ews Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, nex' door to Postoffice.
Jj News Dealer. Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and English.
zsi sontn iiign street.
ANDREWS, PERRY Sc CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print
ing and Wrapping Papers, 83 4 95 North High at.
NtiVlNa Ac MYERS,
Dealers in Printing. Book. Writing and Fina
Papers 36, 38 & 40 Jiorth High street.
ALDWIN Ac STEVENS,
- 81 Souih High street.
a PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and size.
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc.,
- i No. 36 South High street.
in. dowivs, in. , - - r.
t Ko. 8 Ooera Hoase. Treats Diseases of the
KTe. Ear. llearL Throat and liunira. Alo. Diseases
of Women and Children.
JF. HARRIS Ac CO.,
, Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lights &
Co. 'a and Haines A Bro.'a Piauoa. Also, Organs,
Alelodeons and other musical instruments.
36 North High ttreet.
J e. woods,
e -Agent for Chickering's and Emmerson'aPi
anoa. Also, Organs, Alelodoons and Sheet iiusio.
- . - - i ooutn nign street.
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
-Corner State and High streets. -
CHARLe. Y MlliK, JrTopnetor.
.- SEWING MACHINES.
A ETNA SEWING MACHINES,
I V The beat in the world. Nos. 1 and S Opera
House. . . tt . j-ioijucju, ueoerai aii,.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
RAI. OIMBAU Ac JO.,
. Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedwar., Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 Ea.t Town
I (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds.'Watoii , .lewelry. Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No.- S heil Houre.
F A. Ac L LE QUfcRfctJX,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and J e weir,. No. 71 South High street.
ANCHOFs? BROS. Ac CO.,
W bolesale Dealers in Dry Goods ana notions.
' 3 and 4 U Wynne block. Town. street. '
REED, JJONES Ac CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
aud Shoes. - - No. 2 Gwynne Block. Town St. -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all whom it mi. concern, that the Citv Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized 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 Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
tbe State iSaolt Ot Ubio ana other rianking Uom
panies," passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
ot relinquishing and closing its Banking busiuens,
to tLat end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said state of Ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum
amount of ita circulating uotea, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State A
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to tne satisiaction oi tne ireosurer.
Secretory aud Audit- r of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of t;leve:and, at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. -
Done by order ot tbe Board ot Directors oi tne
Citv Bank of Cleveland. J ulv 9i b. IS68,
- deju u .1. w iiis.. rreaideni.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL RE RE
ceived by the undersigned, at the office of the
Board ot Public WorKs in tho city of Columbus,
until 'lHUKcUAY, Slst January, 1869. at 12 M
for building the superstructure of a 3-trnss Bricge
aoross the Big VV alnutcieek.ou the line of tLe Na
tional Uoad. in tranklin county, ot two spans, each
span to be aoout 1. J , leet loi.g. and 30 feet wide,
from out to out; to be covered, by tbe best of oak
shingles, and weather Doardedjiith good first comr
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail. Ail of said work to be done to tne
satisfaction of the Board of Public Works and tho
resident engineer of tbe National road.
Tbe right to reject any or all bids, plana or speci
fications is reserved. JOHN A. BLAIR,
Resident Engineer N ational Road.
dec24-d:d r .
j Tlie Sisters of St. Hary'f,
OF THE SPRINGS,' RECENTLY OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for tbe reception of pupils on
tbe first Monday iu September, 1868. For Board and
l'uiiion. 4)76, (80, 85 and 490, according to tbe de
partment of tbepupil. SR. ROaE, Sup't.
Address Box 61. ' ' - " - au3-dtf
a 1. PAIR OF "JOJi GODVIN" COLTS, FIVE
J. and six years', old, very handsome, kind and
sound. Will bs aold low.
r"28-dtf IvlCHARD NEVINS.
If AND AFTF.R TUESDAY, THE
iz tn nay oi January . lew.
FOR 35 DAYS,
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
OlocaJclxi Vai, - i f
, . .
- Fuarav, clbo. '
Also Great Reduetion In the price of
"CTxa.cio.x- w o.r.
Glove mt ,
We are anle Agents for the sale of the HARRIS
SEAHLiESS KID GLOVES.
From this date our store will be closed
at 6 o'clock P. M. until further notice.
' . - GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.,
janl-ly Sos. 23. 95. S7 A as South High st .
FALL AND WINTER
' ' TO BUY ATT.
Paronaaera of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
can ana examine tne
iE W STOCK.
DRESS GOODS" ,
118 & 138 South II I g;b street,
decia-dly ', COLWSUS. OHIO
?. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
B A W K ERS,
Corner Broad & High Sta
P. HATDBS. JOB. HDT0HB8ON. If.B. BAYPEN.
HAYDEN, HtJTCHESON & CO,,
' ' NO. 13 8. HIGH STREET, '
lanM-dly-r Celomlui, O.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. S20 South Highest.,
r HATE JTTJ8T RECEIVED TBI
L largest and finest stock . of Fall and Winter
ioods ever oroogat to tois city, consisting ol
or Gentlemen'e wear, which 1 will sell at the low
wt Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
0 South High - t
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
JT0. 185 OPERA HOtSX BLOCK,
. Columbus, Ohio.
A RUPFfKB NEW STOCK f CLOTHS
A. Casaimeres, Overcoating and Vestinga. both
V oreign and Domestic ior r aii auu n inter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will alwava find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the mod. We a all apare
no paina in producing tne most eiegint ana lasa
tonable garments to be lound any wneie.
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
lathe lateat anil mrMt fflHhiiin.hl. aI.vIaa. will
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
oi me season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3
In full lines, alwars kept on hand. '
, - MkIS ti. Superintendent,
i -- r.V1. RICH Treasurrr.
I ,,w-U. PtRKS. Foreman.
P L'A fJ E T."
ANEW AND COMPLETE COAL
COOKING STOVE, combining a large ovon.
good baking qualities, beauty 'Of design, eoonomy
of fuel, and cheapneas, for aale by the manufac
turers, who have a fine line ot Wood booking
Stores and Hollow-ware. GILL A REKVE,
dec23 eodlm-r - - 0 North High St.
Great Reduction in Price.
QUALITY AND PROPERTIES trNlatPAIBEO,
A DELIGHTFUL. NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE.
A Pleasant Invigorating TONIC.
A Substitute for ALE and ALCO OLIO DRINKS
A STRENGTHEN ER FOR THE DEBILITATED.
Especially Nursing Mothers.
A certain Remedy for Disorders of the
TBROAT, CBXST, LUNGS AND STOMACH.
Sold by Drur gists aad Grocers.
JOS. S. PEDERSEN.
2H Murray St.. New York.
Sole Agent for U.S. and British Provinces of N-A
jan4 eod3m-TKY r .
50 PER CENT. BEDUOTION.
AJOTICE, TO ItlEKCHANTW, BANK-
A. , ers, Drogers, ruonsners, Mauoners, rrini
ers. Companies, Lawyers, Architeola. Schools,
Clergymen. Circulars, Prices Current, Letters,
Quotations. Cataloaucs. Music, or snv documents or
drawings may Dfl obtained attne lol owing extraor
dinary cheap prices : 100 copies, fee eimilies, of
any aocumeni or drawing, ac. 1; ow oopies, v;
1,000 copies, 8, Ac; 100.000 cofie, t450, or 60 per
cent. UDOn tie above nrioea msv be saved bv using
Maurice's ratent Autograpnio rnntirg rress. lor
OQicss. Publishers. Stationers. Printers. Schoola.
Companies, Ac. Price 1 80. A young boyoan a.rik
on lou copies, letter size, per nour, or any aoou-
mert. drawing, music, witn tne greatest ta-inty.
Maurice' Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
prices, i'ublio experiments each Saturday.
N.B. All kinds ot LithograDhio work are done
with the greatest care at the lowest rates. Maur
ice's Patent Autographic and l.itbographio Print
ing. Writing and Engraving Establishment, 10
Norm William street,New lork.
THE CO.TlinF.RClAL BASK, located
a. in "Sessions' B ock," corner High and Long
streets, will Deopen lor nusinesa January tn, ita.
Accounts of individuals and firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed. INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Silver. Foreisn
and Domestic Exohange, liovernment Bonds and
local securities bought and sold. Passage Tickets
toandlroinau the principal ports in Europe is
The above Bank will be open for tho transaction
of business, except paying oWecks,- Wednesda, and
oaturoay evenlngsol eaon week, from 7 to 9o clock,
.ir( 11 1 . U'LH'lJfV
- '"v'Vi .--V"i' :r.". Si
The Columbus and Hocking Val
ley Railroad Company.
Notlco to Htocltliolclers.
- -' - Coluscbcs. Ohio, Deo. 18th 183,
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
aN meeting of the Stockholder.) of this Cojirany
will be held at ita office, in the ciLv of Columbus
on Tuesday, January i6th, 169, between the hours
ot Hio'olocK A. M. una d o'ciock r. M., at wnicn
thirteen lliretora for said Uomcanv will be elected
and such other business transacted as' may be
brought before the meeting. Stockholders are re
minded that tbe lav provides that "after the first
elect;on of Directors, no person shah vote on any
share on which any installment is due and unpaid "
J. J. JAJ.M-.l.
deo!9-d3tawtd-r Seo'y and 1 1 eaa
THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CAPITAL
Btnok nt the Lancaster. Lithooolis & Grove
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified that
there will bea meeting or toe stocKnoiaers oi asia
Uomnanv nn SJ1UI1UAI. ( turtu lil bTH. IB.
. i m r t . u i 1. .. i :,v.nnAi;.
1'airneia oonntv. unio at iu o'ciock A. m. ot saia
day, for tbe purpose of electing seven Oireotors of
said 'turnpike rod tor the ensuing year. ,
Jannary 0th, 1B69,
8. O. HENDREN. 8b.,
' President of said Turnpike Company.
THIIIS DELIGHTFUL. AND ELEGANT
X preparation, introiuced last winter, having
received so many nattering commendations troni
thos who nsed it. induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the publio. assuring them that it
stands unrivalled s ibe best Drotector of the akin
againattbe inclemency of the winter season. It
not only imparts to the akin a delicate freabneaa
and beauty, but alao conducea to its health, purity
abd preseration. for neauog aorasiona. Vnap-
oed Hands, race. Lids, or Knughne.a ot tbe Skin
it baa no equal, while its toothing qualities and
delightful fragrance render it a necessary append
ati to the toilet. Pieoared only by MARPLB A
K1TS0N, Dispensirg Chemists. 100 South High
street, uolumbus, tlbio. noT-aeoaAW4m
Agents Wanted $10 a Day
TWO 10 MAPS FOR tl-
Patent Revolving Double Klaps
Ol America and Europe, America and
like tniiea BtttKek oi Jiuierica.
Colored in 4i0 Couutiea. -
f GUKAT 1TIPJ, WOW JT ST
L ftnmoleted. fhow every Dlace rf iuid rt ncf,
nil Kn.il rod rl -i to date, i nd the lntest altera
t'ons in the various Eur peaa Sta es. TIicpo
Maps are needed in every School and fa i ily in the
lanu liiey occupy ine urmce m ontj n: mm u.y
meana o Hhe Keveraer. ei'her side can be thrown
front, and any part brought level to uiee.vo (. oun
t.w Kinhtfl unii lRiffr iitxnt.nnt siven tti e r.a Affents
APPIJ IU 4-irUU.lBI B, lOIUin i'A ani!"" H.l'i-. v
LLOVli'S MAP kLKEAU.
deciI-dAwlm-r 23 Cortland, tot , . l .
Atlantic & Great Wosli rn Kti!.v;jj
Secret aby's Office. No. 40 Bho ipway.
New Yokk. asth Ueo . lsua.
T(ITICR IS IlLllhltl . I V r. Mil
iN a Special Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Atlantic and Great western Railway company,
will he held at tbe General Offices of the CouiDiuy
No. 40 Broadway, in the City and State of New
York, at IK o'clock, noon, on r aturda.v. the 3)th day
of .lanuarv next, tc considfr au I hnprove of. or re-
iec.r.. rertain contracts entered into with the Erie
and Indiana Central Railway Company, and lor
other purposes. Ibe tianler books will remain
closed until alter tne meeMng.
W. ARCHD ALL O'DOHERTY,
OFFICE OF T'JE
CoLUMnua, Chicago 1nd. Cent. R'y Co ,
Columbus, 0 Deoember 24th, 1868.
A WIEETINO OKTHES'IOCKHOLD.
iV. ers of the Columbus, Cbioago and Indiana
Central Kailway t;ompaoy win Beneia at tne oi
fie fcf tbe Company, in the city, of Columbus,
State ot Ohio, on r ItlliA I , taoauTH aay ot jad
IT A RV. 1HIS9 hntween the hours of 10 A. M.. and !
P. M.; to approve or reject a contract vith toe At
lantic A Ureat Western Railway Company and the
Erie Hallway Comoany, and lor omer purposes.
Byoraerof the Board. iQQJ)
Five Cents Reward.
WALKED AWAY-TOO LAZY TO
run one J. W. BROWN LOW, said to be
brother of the Governor of Tennessee He is by
protessinn a neuiptor, oy iracie a ouarer. All per
sons desiring per . anent investments can with per
fect safetv entrust him with their mocev. At la.sta
conn ts ha as encaged in the whiskv husinfl?..
The above reward, also the thanks of several vic
tims, will be given for any information as to his
wbereabouu, upon application totuisomce.
Valuable Residence for Sale.
SITUATED O RROADWAY, BE.
t.,ecn High and Third atreets, containing
twenty rooms, oa in nouse,wit hot and oid wa
ter. A ho, linprovea range and lurnace. 1 Ofses
ion given April isi.
f cr price and terms, apply at this office. .
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed drroentio may almost sav with St.
Peter."! die daily." Tbe obiect of this article ia
not to remind him of hia panga,buttoahow
him how tobanisb them I I forever The meana
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in '
And it is for him to aay whether he will continue
to endure a living death, or to put himself in it
sition to render life enjoyable. . . , -
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom
acbio are to be found in every eity and town in the
unuea otatea- nesitbymenana women, rescued
f'om torture by its use, and eager to b ar
testimony to ita vir- tues. It differs from
any other Bitters in existenoe, in this special par-
we..iar i, i, pot aiconoiio.
For auch constitutions and systems as require for
their inviguration a diffusive stimulant.
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been provided a preparation in which the so-
id extracts of the finest restorotivea of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between these two great anti
dotes, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
nis aeiec ion; out in cases wnere tne emergency Is
not ao pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find infiti- f ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. J There ia no phase of
indigeation. biliouaneaa. nervona disease or ohva-i
cal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or combined, tne will not eneotl
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
menta which interfere with eniorment: east gloom
and despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a
Throogh the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cor
rectives HOOFLAXD'S GERMS BITTERS.
Biliousness. Tndiipeatinn. General TlahilitT. and
all the complaints which proceed fiotn a want of
proper action in me liver, tne stomacn and the
bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in tbe system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy
influences. Persona whose occunationa and ddn
suits su eject thorn to the depressing effects of a
Close, unwnotesome atmoepnere, suould take it reg
ularly as a protection against tne low fevers and
other disorders which malaria engenders. Inva
lids who are
Witnont any special comp'aiot, exoeot a gradual
declination of bodily atrength and nervous energy.
will find in the Bli- ET TER3 a fountain of
vitality and vigor, as M refreaning and exil
eratinz as a pool in the desert to the tand-acorched
aud tainting travelers. .
Is composed of the pure iuices (or. as they are me'
d cinaily termed. Extracts), of Roots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free trom Alooholio admixture of any
la a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of Santa Crux Rum,
Orange, eto., making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio
- These remediea will effectually cure Liver Com
nlaint. Jaundice. Dr.- I peDiia. Chronio or
N ervons Debility. Lta Chronio Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a .disor
dered laver or atomacn,
. Piles, lullneas of
Blood to the Head,
Acidity of tbe . Stomach.
Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour Itructations, Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head. Huriied and Oiffioult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness ot vision, I'ots or VfeDs nelore tne
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the .
Side, Baok, Chest, Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh,
ings of Evil, and
sion of .
They are the Greatest and Best
BLOOD , PURIFIERS
Ever known, and will euro all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. rt. Keep your digestive
organs in a sound, -P-4 healthy condition,
the use of these remedies, and no disease.will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by tbe use of either of these rem
ediea. They will cureevery case of MARASMUS
Thousands cf certificates have accnmulatod
the hands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, it will
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
tbey must be oeiieved.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
' SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
V ho would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes'
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, w ntas ;
Philadbltbia. March 16. 1S6T.
1 find '"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, u eful in diseases BAB of tbe digestive or
gans, and ot great ben- efit in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the svs'em.
Yours truty. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
J udge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 38. 1808.
I consider "Hoofland'p German Bitters" a valua.
ble medicine in o sea of attacka of Indigestion
D.'spepsia. 1 can certify this from my experience
ot it. lours, witn respect,.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
Philadelphia. Bo 1. 14,187.
"Hoofland's German Bitters'' is a very useful ar
f.cln aa a tonic and as an appetizer. It i- not an
toxi ating drink, and may bo used beneficially
persons ot au age. no peciiuny yours,
JAMEa ROSS SNOWDEN
TTnnflanrl'fl German Remedies are eonnterfnUerl
Soe th.t the signature f ot C. M. JACKSON
ia on tne wrapper of U eaoh bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
CHARLES 91. EVANS, Proprietor.
. Formerly C M. JACKSON A CO.
r '" 'FRZCXIS.
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle.. .......tl
Hoofland's German Bitters, half doaen........ 6
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1
per bottle, or a half doaen for 17 50.
Do not forget to examine well the article yon
B order to get the genuine. ,. . .
. . . . !:
FOB' SALE ALL DRUGGISTS
And Dealers in Medicine, everywhere.
'jy-dwAi ireowly -" '
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News and Otherwise.
Tax Lafayette (lad.) Journal office has
been sold for $30,000.
Paris has 69 political Journals and 710
that are not political.
Johk B. Gough lectures la Cleveland
next Tuesday evening.
Tbey are having prayer mpetings in
liqaorsaloons in Sullivan, Indiana.
' A negro and two white men are aspi
rants for the Gallatin, Tenn, Postoffice.
Thk leading bankers of the country are
securing safes of Cincinnati manufacture.
The bees are dying out this winter in the
vicinity ot Covington and Newport, Indi
Thk Ashland, distillery, at Lexington,
Ky, averages thirty barrels of whisky a
A kick yonng man and belle eloped from
Lancaster, Ky ., - last Monday, and were
Banning Norton, formerly of Mount
Vernon, lias been elected a Circuit Judge
Cut naiia heated red hot, and dropped
Into cold water, will clinch as well as
wronght nails. ' ; .. -. - . .
Thk Methodist Church at Centerville has
just made an accession of seventy-five mem
bers to the Church. ' ;
Thb drainage canals of New Orleans are
in a wretched condition." Look out for a
sickly season there.
Tax Cincinnati Commercial raises .its
voice against legislation to coerce people
into total abstinence. : ; . - '
Both planing factories at Tiffin have
closed operations for the present, as we
learn from the Advertiser.
Miss Clara Louise Kellogg Is to receive
from Max Strakosch at the rate of 150,000
(or singing one hundred nights.
LTenbt McCloud, of Grange, Medina
county, a few days ago, took himselt out
of the world with the aid of a rope.
In 1868, as we learn from the Advert!
ser. there were 864 transfers of real estate
in Ross county and 324 mortgages filed.
Dennison's friends are said to have very
little Influence with General Grant, That
will be cheerless news to General Comly.
Edward Gage, an employee on the Lake
Shore road, was knocked beneath a coal
train at Wakeman and killed, on Tuesday.
The bill repealing- the Tenure-of-Office
act will be taken up in the Senate on Mon
day, 25th. Its passage is considered doubt
J. M. Palmer, the Governor of Illinois,
lust inaugurated, put too much State
Bights into his message to suit the Radi
Why does not the . Alaska investigating
committee call Mr. Martin ? He professes
to be able to prove bribery on sundry per
Nendellen Kuhn, of Tiffin, Ohio, will
be thankful to receive information of the
whereabouts of his son, Frank A. Kuhn, a
boy ten years old.
The Northwest hopes that "our Legis
lature will not be caught playing into the
hands of a few money sharks," by Increas
ing the legal rate oi interests
A subscriber of the Seneca Advertiser
paid his subscription in gold, last week,
claiming that the editor should be paid in
gold as well as the bondholder. ,
Corcoran, the Washington banker,- has
been allowed $41,000 by the -Government
for the use of his park as camping grounds
during the war. Rather a big sum. "'
The business men of Tiffin are complain
ing of dull times. Wonder it the business
men of other towns and cities in tbe State,
have not cause for a similar complaint.'
The steamship Gulf City, bound from
Galveston to New York, went aground off
Point Lookout on Monday night, and was
dashed to pieces in a few hours. Out of
twenty-five persons on board, only three
are known to have been saved.
An ex-barber in Rochester, Ind is pas
sionately fond of snakes. The other day
while fondling a young rattlesnake, it fast
ened Its tangs in the band that sought to
caress it. At last accounts he was in a crit
ical condition.) ; '
The Warren Constitution says that dur
ing the recent rise in the Mahoning river
the railroad bridge on the Mineral Ridge
branch was swept away, and as a conse
quence the supply ot coal from that section
has been temporarily 6topped.
Hon. Robert Hutcheson will please ac
cept Our thanks for a copy ot the annual
report of the Commissioner of Railroads
and Telegraphs, the annual report of the
Auditor of State, and tbe thirteenth an
nun.! report of the Board of Commissioners
for Reform Schools.
Congressmen Bingham, Carey, Clarke,
Eckley, Mungen, Plants, Spaulding, Van
Trump and Wilson voted for the repeal of
tbe Tenure of Office Act, and Beatty, Buck
land, Delano, Garfield, Schenck, Sheila
barger and Welker voted against its repeal,
while Ashley, Egaleston and Lawrence did
uot vote. These members constitute the
Ohio delegation iu the House. ,
John C. McPhersox, a practicing law
yer in Springfield, Ohio, was instantly
killed by an r.nayoidable accident which
precipitated the sleeping car down a sixty
feet embankment, last Tuesday morning,
on the Panhandle road, near the Cork run
fill. Henry C. Barnett, a brotber-in-law
of McPherson, was at the same time badly
i The Plain Dealer says that an order has
been received from Judge Sway ne direct
ing the naturalization cases now pending
in the United States Circuit Court for this
district to be continued until "after the
decision by the Supreme Court of the
questions raised in the New York natural
izatiou cases that were carried up on writ
of error. The same legal questions will
arise In the Ohio cases.
The Cincinnati Times (Republican) feels
justified In believing that our Shermans,
Wades, Snmners, Boutwells, Washburnes,
Mortons and Collaxes are likely to follow
instead of leading General Grant. Ohio
Statesman. .... ' .
"If the blind lead the blind," then what'i
the matter ? Hamilton True Telegraph.
: 'All will fall Into the ditch.
Truth from an Unexpected Source.
Jicwrtira with an w .ririwl
has introduced in Congress a bill to make .
every man appointed to office undergo, an ,
examination as to his fitness lor the place. V
If extended to members of Congress, It
would give the Radical leaders a chance to
remain at home, but It Is not intended to .
extend the examination to them.
The Journal favors Mr. Jknckes' bill. It . -
fears Gen. Grant, during the first week or
two of bli Administration, will make bad ,
appointments, and that sheet urges the
prompt passage of the measure to prevent
that sad catastrophe, which might prevent ;
the editor from getting- the place he de- ,
sired. We oppose the bill because of the
love and affection we bear that editor, ,
who, although not fit for the place he asks, p
is vain enough to think he is, and the board ,
of examiners might believe as we do, and
give the office to another. , But while we t
do not concur in the conclusions of the .
Journal,- we do endorse the facts, upon ,
which its editor rests his conclusions.
These facts are these, tersely and truly,, .
stated. That paper says: .. ... - : . .
"MORE MONEY HA S BEEN" WASTE f a
AND STOLEN DURING THE PAST
YEAR, BY INCOMPETENT AND DIS-
HUJNJEST OFFICIALS, THAN WOULD -PAY
THE CIVIL- EXPENSES OF THR ,
GOVERNMENT FOR THE NEXT FOUR ,
VE A T-1 TT- 1 . ... -
imam-. AMA.iiuuiy requires tsa, tne oiun
derina and stealing should be stormed bv the
passage of this bill. The shortest road to re- i
trenebment Is through tbe thorough re- ,
construction of our present rotten and ex
pensive civil service system. , Under this 'J
system the Government's business is done
mainly by servants who lack tbe three etxu
sential qualities, ability, honesty and ex- ,
perienee.-. , . . . ..
All of which is true, and our wonder Is-. '
how our neighbor managed to stumble oa,.
tne trutn, and to condense so much of it ..
In so small a space.. . A j.r (..,, .., '.'
These men, who thus lack the "three es- .
sential qualities of ability, honesty and ex
perience" who have ' wasted and stolen,",
more money during the past yearrby their '
Incompetency and dishonesty-especially
do we endorse that It was caused by "dis-..
honesty" "than would would pay the ex-
penses of the Government for the next five ,
years," were, when appointed, and are
now Radicals, every one of them. .They,,
are of the leading .men of the Journal's , ;
own party the party pets, the represent
ative men of the Radical school, and con
firmed by the. Radicals in tbe. Senate, ,
wholly and solely because they were active ,
partisans of the party in power, " if we '
thought that Mr. Jenckes' bill, would put
a stop to the "blundering and stealing" of
Radical officers, we might favor its passage, ..
but as the "Leopard cannot change his spot ,
or tbe Ethiopian , his skin.", we tear tbe
itching palm ot the Radical, leaders, and ,
the stolid ignorance that party betrays in
governmental affairs, are too deep-rooted
to be effaced by any law that Congress carr"
pass. . ,-- -" I "
From its advent to power, if we are to
believe Radical assertions, the office hold
ers of that party have been dishonest. Mc
Dawes, one of their own number, a lead-. ,
ing member of Congress from Massachu
setts, in a speech in that body, gave as his -deliberate
opinion that, during the first
year of the war, more money was stolen,
by officials, than was required to support !
the whole Government under any one year i
of Buchanan's Democratic Administra-'-tlon.
Donn Piatt, in his Mac-a-cheeki '
Press, said that a thief dismissed from of
fice was sure to be succeeded by another
thief, and now- the. Journal corroborates .
these opinions by announcing the fact that -"more
money has been wasted aad stolen,
during the past year, by Incompetent and
dishonest officials, than would pay . tbe :
civil expenses of the Government for the
next lour years," and that too, when the
fact is known, that the United States Sen
ate rejected the nomination of honest men, ,
because they were not of the Radical per- -.
suasion, and even went so far, under the
tenure of office bill, as to refuse to allow the '
President to remove an official, now In the
New York Penitentiary, lor the crime of
stealing from Government. . , -
How, then, when Incompetency and dis
honesty are tbe rule, whichjhas but lew ex
ceptions, is the Government to be protect .
ed by the passage of Mr. Jesckes' bill ? It :
may enable the Journal editors to get of
fice and it may prevent them,' but that it ,
will make rogues honest, we do not believe,
and hence we oppose it. " ' . '(; '
The venerable Mr.. Ewiog has written a .
letter on our finances, based on tbe as- ,
sumption that the five-twenty bonds are
payable in greenbacks. He would give the
boLiholdere tbe option of accepting legal
tenders or new bonds bearing four percent.
interest or less, and payable in gold. . He - '
would not scruple to issue all the green-
backs needed to meet the first part of his
alternative, but correctly supposes that .
the amount would be small. Mr. Ewlng
adds nothing to his reputation by; such
financial suggestions. Cincinnati Chronicle.
Mr. E wing was a leading Senator from
Ohio In the day when the United States .
Senate, in dignity and talent, stood .as the ,
first legislative body in tbe world. - This
compeer of Clay, Wibster, Weight; Ben
ton, and the other giants of the past age, '
is still In the full vigor of an unclouded
intellect, and his letter on the finances is,
in our opinion, the ablest' document ever '
emanating from his pen. .Without indors- '
inz all he says, particularly la his propo-
sition to fund a part cf the indebtedness at '
four per cent, interest, in gold, to be paid .
out at the end of forty years in coin, for we
prefer to pay It off as It falls due in green- ;
backs, we 'yet, with due deference to the
Chronicle, , think it will add much to the
reputation of tbe writer. ."At the earliest
possible moment we will gladly surrender
our space to give it entire to our readers.. .
Butler's financial plan proposes the re
tirement ot the National Banks and tbe ,
Greenbacks, and the issuing by the Gov
ernment of three hundred and fifty mil- :
Hons of certificates of value to circulate aS
money, and that the holders of bonds shall
have the power to draw 00 per ; cent, in
Greenbacks to tbe 100 deposited in bonds,by
paying 3.60 per cent, for the use of this cur-.
rency,whlch currency is to be reconvertible
into the bonds,at the option of their owners. ,
This plan does not, by considerable, have
the merit ot Mr. Pendleton's plan. ' -
Eleven Republican members of tbe In- -diana
Legislature refused to go into the
Republican caucus on the night of the 14th.
Those who did, go into it nominated Mr.
Cumback as tbe Republican candidate for ,
United States Senator. If these eleven Re- .
publican members will stand out and co
operate with the Democrats, they can de- '
feat the caucus nominee. ; ;.,.,
It would have pleased the Republican
politicians bad the Democratic members in
the House voted against the" repeal of tbe :
tenure ot office act, "They look upon their -vote
for Its. Tepeil as the initial move to '
wean General Grant from the Republican '
party.' Consistently,' tbey could not have '
voted otherwise than they did.
Two hundred'and sixty-two marriage
licenses were Issued, by tbe Probate Judge
of Sandusky county during 1S6S. '