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OOLUMBUS, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MORNING, JANUARY 20,1 1869.
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.xi IflE OHIO STATESMAN
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UVERTISING RATES FOR DAILY STATESMAN
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136 00 B OOi 176
136 00 450 tj 426
160 00hW6 00
16t 0C336 00
176 00 :t40 Ooj 680
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ti AM T&eenta per iqoare emoh insertion: for three
soothe or lomer. a aiaooe.nl of ono-balf from Daily
' APTKTIBIWa FOR WIIIIT STATt8HA $1.60
vereqaare for first ioaertion, 76 oenta for aaoh a4
iiCRihKeg orICI8, SO oenta cash ioaertion.
Notices of Diatb. 60 cent. ,
c Moricia of M ikbiaoib. H eenta.
i x)Ei.iaioi a Not lCfB. half orioe. '
' jM tranHeut udvrtumwumf mul t puUL for at
pee mm My ore aoerwa.
B" T. BKOOKLH,
. Arehiteot, Uivil KoKineer. Ae. : '' "
Office oTar the Kalional ixohange Bank.
X ..ATTOKNJiKS 'J LAW -
Offitee, So. 69 boaUi ish ,tr. at. Am boa Bnfld-
lj ia .'."-i-i--'J '
J' Afflf.S S. BlILLt ---19
. ATlOBJiivj-Al'-lAW A MAYOR, ,.
. 1 Hajo.ji Office.
E0WiHBT OOtUaMtk '-- c. t.7i- -..
AIIWEAA V-Al'-Ja. W A Notary Poblio. ,
' Ot&oe ioPanoii'i iiaUdiDg.
MPT fcflti - ' ' ' ' :
TTtAAtMlW ifc wauuttCFfi ' '
JT -, , .AITUBJiKK8-A'e LAW'i'-
Cffic 68 f oulh Uiab street, Ambos. UaUeUnr ,.
ApoUTcr odi)eajfxEatifttB Hdaea
old (ioooA, (Jiotawc aad Jiotioi., .ei.tut.A
biat&a iria i Bti f- - -VX
ro siaroar- a4' Hair Dreaser. JBtot anil
baAbst ritasaBiB foatoOoa Ktuliliiiev-
4. lut.K I 4ci.Ii.'IJlli
i Book Binder. iSl.JBH,Mafaotiu.
-M4 toatn tlisti. streatl Jaat receiVe4, afl
my, pteaseeaU. , , r- - t v. -.-y
- i ttKIVKV Itv.nt ;'J ; i i .- -J-J
- ts tawnvteel honaeV for good Boot ind Shoes
at lost fwieeai tw Stocl jntufooeived-' , ...
ri , y;:""-;",';: Sonn High street;" ,
XVotaalaas ia sVUtaama-h an Ohio Gael. Also.'
Com. Unua. 1'ilaiaiol aaoaeBawer 11 aa.
Hrt4JMiJllfw--n''"'' ' ':
wi"p"e nni. M,.flJi, joroaa
street. -i l-,i,ii-
JLA. AtAnoiaoturarsj aao iMarfaraivFianoh, Gas-
auaaawi tjparca yiaei ux. ttuep QBirtew:
.' .- . art tpera Hoom. i
f T WaanaalanlJ Retail (rernrer In Chi
QueaiaivViAavJr'iatau uowls.tauipsantl Laiu
cuwra. .uii': -"ea xieruixiigu street..
a--. .n..R '
hlmoanmt ikad. Wbolaaalaand Retail Dealet
in j, tHaav ttaua, CuUory, Plated Vioods,
r ' ,- .. , . r- 6 South High street.'
.. DEiTIS.TY-nr, -r
: - i j f. 3.r-i
. - o.JKastl
j a. IA kpAt Kmul atreetl
W'toeasto bothooaaa. .: ...-. -.- .-
W. IIJNN. DENTIST.-rThe bast atrlea
i, -rf Daattatryi iooiadiug Duan'a luiprorau
uiuoo. iwauu ft vpera Diuva,
v. u DRY OOODS. "
KJ Dealers ;a Drj Guodat Nodons. Oxrpeta, Oil
Cloths, Aiattangs; bhaUes. Hau, Caps ana ' urs.
wruer xiigu aua r neua streeu.
a p r - i .U
1 ju. uauuxarti
Hi doath High streets
carpets Mattings, Oil Ctotus.t-uruiiiia, Sta.,1 an
M't.A'ltru.tAf, . j, ,.,
e W holesale and He tail Dealers iq Staple and
aucyeexa tlaaia.sand, 'auuiuiaotaren ef Laum'
Cuam, . . rs,, ,.Jiti.tigu:S.iau."
I. saajaaa'aa arA' was k ueois SA wci.,
A? Viuwa A Ceepsaelclersalry Goods and
XiotKns. lap iut-ii.outUk4rtefcr- .na ';. ,t..
JAinfeVfrAtciil 4vmV "
Wn!ealai and KaUU Dialer' in Dry Goods.
AaughbaBiuldia4b:Aiajaeuiat liat Cwuth High
atreet. . , . , , . . . . .
K4..ttoi Haualin i -
Dealers in staple and Fancy Dry Good and
ijteuta .furnisning tyy.4. fto.-aiil xtouae.
f leaiers In Staple and'Fauby Dry Goods.
A ss SoUUi xtigh street.
, sj aa.ja at aaa Awas -SJW.s-- t-t- , - I ! A .
ill Fore,gn.a iXdoeatio-'lti-y Goods, Claths,
Aurn,eto. teo ISA auui Jaigbstrcau : . T , j
I OSfcr M MA'etr
I People's Drug btori
(J Peuple'aDruAbbrsvV0jbatUHUa 8t. ,Pre-
aonpiuiuaMajrjb Aiix iiBpuai3eaVail
iiucais ama Anniienar. ! a -
A4 North High atreet..'
MAai.Krak:sala.ujiv " .'
W HuLLSALk, A KbU-aIL DRCGGISTS,' r
. yius penta Htaat., Cotuuibiu, Ui 1
BnAllA,UtK Ac CO., ' ' ' '" '
VV holesale ano ke.ail DroAgi-ts. and Dealer
i n Propriaiary Audiemas.
84 Nona High street.
I .ICHt K A- nuuiiiu - -
AC Designers, LtigCavara and PkliAhtl,Nota;
rial ana outer seal angrareu to oruec, . . ;-
wi Java. 7 and lot auain High street.
f lOHHTIHPs) ;Aaa aava?-j0.a
VJ .Maaataeta aaa) Wkotasala wad Retail Dea
sij in uiufuw. Cum, anHuaseea, etc. i - '
- Ao, aul boako Haxa bt, tupari Ueoae).
W Alaaataesurereot trateiaaa ornitnre. Whole
saJa an4..ataaa wsmdceis, a" I and Gvyniit
Jlte Dealer, in Mantles. Stovea anil Ra,u Vh.
nutting UooosT Also; Tin, Copper au4 fitaeetinu.
Ware. " . . " taat iowu treet. .
akfis tc Barsjjaiaaa. ... ...
Hotrsw FumismngiUoodA, Maatlea. Grates,
er, lin and, bbeet Iron, Slovea aad Maaiiea.
pp kwum axiaa traaw
, TATI OU Al MM t'. -t
Dealers in Hardware. ttoWMFaraishinfkwwla
Alarbla axul blata UahLIpa. iiraitaak MtLVae. Hna a
pw4peo. ..,, t; ...aaiierMixiJaa street.
HOOP SKIRTS. : i
M&nnfaettirar and WhiitVBl Ta1v In Hnnn
Hkirts and Coraeta. Aim. iinatr in Hrlin 7.aihpa
and Faooy Gof-ds, 103 South HigbtiV it. -
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
Dealer ia Monica! Merbaniie,'Boos. Sta
tionery end Vaney Uoods aenerally. ttpeeial A lent
for the eelebrated Elias Howe tiodi Medal fewin
Maehine. ' No. 210 South Hi0 street, eor. Rich..
HATS & CAPS.
MBtt. FI. Itl. LACr. . .
(Successor to E. Janfj Dealer in Bats, Caps,
Fun and Straw Uoods Xt Booth Hixn rtreet.
(tiisn Uolden UsU
Al. 1 ' ' UPPoaita De
Corner High and Town streets. - ' "
' E. J. BLOUKT, Proprietors
ZvTTa,Eftt HOCtE, , .;!..
Corner Fourth A Friend its. Commodious
house and extensive stables.
L. A. BOWERS, Proprietor. :
CONNED rtCCT IlDTDAIi tirE.
aranee Company. Assets. I l6.fJ.000.
- WM. JAM1.SON, Aaent. Columbus, O.
NEWKIHK A nitTEKBEUGER,
ENKRAbAUENTS Security Life Insuranee
Ho. i Opera House.
HOJ1E INSVKANCU COMPAQ V OF
Columbus, O. apital and Assets, t4814..
W. C M. BAKEK, Pec'y.
(tffice. ffos -AY Opera Honae
MTTJiTNERY" GOODS. '
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
lot H. Bieh street. Opera
MK. A. UOWNIC.
Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim
mm--. Jio. 87 North High street.
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mines nd Fancy Gooda. 130 South Hh street,
SCHAt HAntIGN dc AOHLLEBEK, '
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Uenta' Fur
IT 68 North High street.
C - W. N1SWANDEK, . . .
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents
Aiao aeent for the Diamond Shirts,
--...j 121 South Hih street.
THI2niO MEHCHtNT T1ILOKIKO
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. High st. Gents
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways on hand. .)'. .t.n
JOMPt II; HICKEBACHEtt,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
mta r umisbing Goods.
,-- 7 i, . So. 61 North High street. :i:
MKRCHANT TAILOff, W) South' HigTl st."
Choice stock of Clothing oonstantly on hand.
ANDKtUSa; HULL, . ..-.-,f,
News Dealers,- Bookaellera and Sftationerav
No. 68 S"H'h Biah street, dcx dnortoPostoffice. -.
Liaa:u. (inLMAKI) -
News Mealer. Bookseller. Stpiinnnr pnd Kin3
ierVablioatiens in both German and English. ..
.--- 3i Montd Hum street.
. ! PAPER WAREHOUSES. ;
ARDKKWs, FEHHV Jc CD , '
' Maaafaaturors and Dealers in Wrltinc. Print
ing and W rappii.a Papers, S3 A 86 North High st. :
- Vla at. ill i tus, -
ilaalera-i PrinMB. Boo, Writing ndKna
Papers 86, MA 40 North High street. . -
. . .. . .VDOVU1D OU I. oo
rfil oomh High tree."
.! t --
U e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South n;rh ibML
fioturci made in every style and sise.
IV J.ABCHEU. ...
fhaMgraphs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto.,
No. S3 South High street.
13 . ra. downs, in. s.,
Ae so. ;
S OniP'a, Hnusai T f . l"lfriaifia riT tTip -
Aye. Ear. Heart. Thrtiat and I n nr.. Also. DiaAajtaav
dt a'oimn and ltiildreri
J r. HAKBitftco, . - ,
. Wholesale nd ReUil dealer for Lighta A
Uo.'a and Hainea A Bro.'s Piauos. Also, Organs,
neioaeons ana outer (n anient instrojnenis.
-. . 36 North High t
J. WUOIKI, i ' - - .'
Aaent for Chiokerings and Emmerson's PI-
anoa. Also, Organs, Melodeons and 'Sheet Music
"A n SI South High street. .
BANK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT
, Corner State and Hishrtreets.
' CHaRLE MYfeR. Proprietor.
. : SEWING MACHINES.
AETMA SfaWtMC JT1ACHINE8,
The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 1 Opera
1 1 W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
I i ia.-osjnRa.it; at co.
AVp Dealers in Fine Watches,
No. 11 F.at Town
tA'1'a.S SC MAKKINUION,
vJ (Successors to Wm. Blynnl dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s.Jewelrj, Siivei Ware aad Spee
taeles. No. e' House. -. , - '
F- A: & V a.E'O.CJl-Jlt-KCiX.
a ' Wholesale and Retail dealers ia Watchea,
Clocks and Jewelrrr No. 71 South High street."
i STRICTLY "WHOLES ALB.
BANOatWFr aSKOstrek JO., n.'.-.rl ji
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods ind Notions.
3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
DtED, JONES Ac CO.
aaufaetnraraAnd W holesale Dealers In Bootk' ;
and Suae. i. -'4 No. Gwynne Block. Town SC
NOTICE IS HEBEBi" GIVEN TO.
all wham it mar couoara. that the City Ran a
of Clevalana). an lndepoodenf Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business as an lndepen-
oent canxing ompany at toe oity 01 LJieyeland,
Ohio.uuderan act of the General Assembly of the
said State of uhio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com
panies," passed February S4tn, 1845, being desirous
t relinquistaing and closing its banking bnainesa,
to tLal end bas. in purau noe of tbe statutes of the
said ntate of uhia in snob case mads, paid and re
deemed snore thaa ninety pereent,f tbe maximum
amuiatof its eiroulatinz notes, and eelirered the
same to the treasurer ot State of the said state ef
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means aud
givea security to the satisfaction of toe Traesurerp
Secretary and Audit r ol state ot said suta ol
Ohio lo the redemption of its outstanding notes of '
eiraulatioa at tbe office of the National City Bank
of tlereiand, at the raid oity of Cleveland, where .
said City Bank is located.
Done by order of ihe Board of Director! of the
City Hank of -Cleveland. July 8th. 1868.
. ; - LKMULL WlCK. President.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
OEACED PKOPOSALA WILL, RE BE.
.-VifLf ?,W,o.w,0rM ity of Columbus,
until 'IHURtSDAY, January, at 13 it.! '
fer building the superstructure of 'I 3-truss BricgJ T
r"? uT creek. on the line of tLe
uoaal Road. franklin eounty. ot two .pans each"
spaa to bw.atuta leet loDgTand mid?,
from oat to out; to be covered, by the Tleet of oak
sbuigles. and mjeatherboerded with good firs "eoS
toon boards. .
Bidders to f urtiish their own prkns, with speeiSda
tions in detail.- Atl of said work to be uoneti thl
satislaotion of the Board of Publio W orks and the
resident erariaeer of tee National road.
Tbe nght te reject any er all bids, plans or speoi-'
fioationaiareserved.... . -JOHN A. BLAIRVT
, iasident Engin.er Natiooai Koad. .
dect4 did r . -,-i ....... ...t ...
The Sisters of St. jaarjs,
Somerset, Perry eounty, will open their large
and spaerauc building for tbe reception ef pupils on
tbe first Monday in September, I8te For Board and
Tuition. 476. attt. Mi and, AM. acoordine- to the da.
partmeatofetaepapiLy Bii ttO&E. Sap"Ciu"1
i for - a ize; ' .V ;;;;
n PAIR OF JOB GOD,IN'OOLTS. FIVE'
snd six years' eld, very handsome, kind and
yeara eia, t
be old low.
AND AFTER TDEIDAT.
13th day of January. 1869,
FOR 35 DAYS,
uILCilRIST, GRAY & CO.,
Nos. 23,25, 27 29 S. Higlj Street,
.. hi. .
W ool !13x5Lar .
. . . . NI-ax-TpW, cfco.
. Also Great Reduction in the price of '
! Grloves,' .'
XXoslery, . . .
We are sole Agents for the sale of the HARRIS
SEAMLESS KID GLOVEaV
From ihlt date our ttore will be closed
at 6 o clock P. M. until further notice.
GILCHRIST. GRAY ft CO..
Nos. S3, JS, -47 A 39 South High st-
FALL AND WINTER
TO BUY A.T:
NAUG H TO NrS !
Poronasart of Dry Goods are cordially Inri ted to
i t can ana examine toe
i E W
FANCY GOODS.. .
: DOMESTICS. .........
.118 & 122 Seatls HlkTli Street,
i declt-dly " .' ", - ' COLUMBUS. OHIO
P. i W. HUNTINGTON '& CO.,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
r COLUMBUS, OHIO. :
""febo-dly " " tY-..
JOS. BUTCBKSON. . "W.B. BATHXH-
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & C?.,
i :' " "" V.;'.. ! . !
10. 13 S. HIII STUEBT, '
, Columbua, O.
FALL AND;, WINTER : GOODS.
i . N0.220 South High St.,
- r cxi4jainc)is, omo.
I HAVE J178T K. E C B I V E D' THE
largest and finest stock, of Fall aad Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, oonsiating of
French,: . .
lilritrlili and . .. , . '.
Domi'stio Cl other,
1 CaaalmereA, &c,
'or Gentlemen's wear, which, Iwlll sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on band a well selected
atook of , ,. ; .; .iu .
READY MADE CLOTHING.'
- JOHN HUNTER, ;
JnS3-dly 0 South Hiah
- . . CLOTHING, -t: !
CUSTOM ANREADY-MADE !
' THE OHIO . , '
Herchant Tailoring & Clothing (jo.,
JT, IU OPXBA BOCSM BLOCK. .
A SUPERB NEW STOCK ef CLOT II H,
Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vesting., both
Foreign and Domestio. for Fall and Winter wear.
. .GENTLEMEN OF FASHION :
Will always find both our materials and our work
to-be in the height of the eaoda. We s all spare
no pains ia producing tbe most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found any where.
Of which a areat part is maaufaetured bv onnalvaa.
latbe latest and most fashionable stvleS.will at.
Ill HfMnH I- .11 -1 I .
nt ik. U d hoi, co, iu pui uie ranntei'
of the season, at very low prices. ,.v
GENTS' FINISHING GOODS
" I JOHN YRICHITf.-.?Tr'iatend6nt-
. Dissolution of Copartnership.
"-nHK FIRM OP GEO.' P. 0HARRA A CO. IH
X this day dissolved by mutual consent, either
party being authorised to fettle the past business
- .1... r IIU'I, V f)U4DU4
) ' ...... jo. B. SIDDALL. '
Columbus, January 14th. 1869. j . . .
GEO. F, oiilABRA,
Special District Agent for New England Mutnal
Life Insdrance Company of Boston, Mass. Cash
assets. 7 ,ooo 000. Dividend of profits paid annually
in cash., . Offije Naughton Building. - ,
.JfNO. R. SinBALL Ac CO , 1 '
General Insurance Agents, representing the
Imperial of London Gold assets 10,000,000 00
Paoifio of San Francisco Goid assets l.ooo.roo 00
Cleveland of Cleveland Assets .600.000 00
Continental of New York Assets.... 3,126,023 60
Gen. Dist. Agent of the New England
Mntual Life-Asseti 7,000.000 00
Office Nanghton Building, Columbus, Ohio.
fHE CBNIN1ERCI AC BANK,, locateeV
a m sessions H ock," corner High and Long
streets, will be open for business January 4th, 1869.
Accounts of individuals and firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed. INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Silver. Foreign
and Domestio Exchange, Government Bonds and
local securities bought and sold. ' Passage Tickets
to and from all the principal ports in Europe is
sued. The above Bank will be omen fn llie tntnaiuitlnn
of business, except paying checks, Wednesday and
opiurnay evenings ox eaon weeK.from 7 to vo otoca,
dec30 eodlm . J. A. JEFFREY. Cashier.
The Great Medicine ftor the Hklit. tiwiee
, wAUaeiat flaU, every kind or nn-
alrhtly eraptlon af the fatee, '
.r itefctna;. lrrftstlnsr. au
diatreaalns' entatneoita '
. cMacMe on suay part
or the peraoau '
"It hut nearly relined mt of fhM mmiifvintj amp.
fton, and I am now looking qnile like a mm," writes
Charle. E. Noble, General Agent of Mich. Central
B. R.t 173 Broadway, N. Y.
" We find it an invaluable remedy for Tetter, ate.,
write Higley Bros., Druggista, Fairfield, Iowa.
I Sfire tried vow valuable remedy -far Barber1
Itch Vitk great weceM,1
6end for circular.. Price, 75 cts. and tl.00.
Prepared only by gOLON PALMEK,
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0.
For sale by Druggtats generally.
septal -deed Awly ' .'; '' ' 1 "
$25,000 ItE WARD!
I V - i WILL BE PAID BY "
PROF. H. EMRI0H,
' 1 At the Coxvflle Soap and On Works,
IJJL JSOjTt EJOaSVlp,
To anyone who has used the WATER PR00P0IL
BLACKING, and don't say IT Is lad BEST IN
THE WORLD. i
He refers to Gov. Hayes, J . H, lUippart. Judge
Pugh.D. See.rles.at Hajden's Rolling Mill: C. 8.
Glean. Secretary CouitV"STicultnral Society:
Fred.- Feiser.of the. Westboter Spivint, of the
Stntesnatt; J, O'B. Rennick. tho Old Virginia
r ox Hunter, and ,tnonnds ol otners ot tne oitt
sens of Columbus. ianlB dlw
:-.': . Sherili's Sale. .': : .;
Wm. H. Dunniok) Court of Common Pica.
vs . of t . , , .
'' Maria Ivy. J ' ' Franklin county.
BY VIRTUE OP AN EXECUTION IX MY
hands in the above stated oase from said court
to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at toe door of
tbe Cou: t House, in the oity of Columbus, on , ,
Thursday, the 23th day of January, A. D.
at 10 o'clock A . M.. a lot of household furniture,
eonsistiog oi one bureau, three bedstead and bedf
dina. two rockine chairs, cane seat and wood chairs.
dit-hes, staa is, stove and furniture, table, one large
mirror, oloek. earoet. lounge, eurtains. Ae.. taken
as the property of Maria Ivy, to satisfy stid exe
cution. Is. UlVf.U.
Coroner, acting as Sherift.
Printer's fees $5 75. janl-dtd
Valuable Real Estate Sale.
A LL THE REAL ESTATE TBFLONG
t. ing to the 1st Dr. L. CO0DALB is now of
fered for sa e bf . ExTeculors. It oonsists of the
' ",' ' Gooirlale. .House, .,
'A large' number of BUSINESS AND DWELL
ING HO USES, and 30O V at cant Aou in the
City of Columbus. Also,
' A Flue Farm of '16S' Acrrs,
Two miles east of Columbua on the National Road
and a rarm ot ssu acres ia Pickaway county, one
mile soutn ol iockbourne. Terms easy. Apply to
A. B, BUTTLtid, j Executors,
; jan!3-dlwAw3t .... ,,
Great Bargains ia Boots' and Shoes
- . : .'-AT. !-! '1 ' '; " '
No. 163 Bomth High Btieet.";
IN eiiDEB TO REDUCE OI7R PRFI-
A ent stock and make room for NKWSPRINU
GOODS, we will sell, without regard to cost, our
entire stocx oi
: Jtllaa.a sand
Cnildren'a Hoot, sand Shoes
At prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers
nave also a nne assortment oi . , .
Baft' aind Yonlh'i Boot, anal Shoes,
' '' Whiob we are selling cheap for eaah.
Gentlemen-. Fine French Calf Bsx-
',.j::i..:;i'l'oelBsslS.. - i
made to order. 3 Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly a -d neatly executed '
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' ' OFFICE OF THE' 1 '
Columbus, Chicaco a Ind. Cent. Rt Co
Columbus, O., Deoember S4th. 1868.
A171EKTIN6 Of THE HOCKHOLD
era of the Colambus. Chicago and Indiana
Central Railway Company will beheld at the of
fie f the Company, in the city of Columbus,
State of Ohio, on FRIDAY, the Sth day of JAN
UARY, 1869, between the hours of 10 A. M., and 3
P. M., to approve or reject a contract rith toe At
lantic A Gieat Western Railway Company and the
Erie Hailway Comnanr, and lor other purposes.
, By oraer of tbe Board. '
- . GORDON MOODIE. :
Yalaablc Residence for Sale.
ON KHVADWAY, BE.
and Third streets, eontainina
O teen High
twenty rooms, bath house, wit 1 hot and eold wa
ter. Also, improved range and furnace. Posses
ion given April Ut.
. or price and terms, apply at this offioe. ' "
' ! T-
. ,i ; ; . : ' ;; : 1
WALKED AWAY -TOO EAIYTO
i run-one J. W. BROWN LOW, said to be a
brother of tbe Governor of Tennessee-. He is by
profession a Sculptor, by trade a butter. All per
sons desiring permanent investments can with per
fect safety entrust him with their money. At lasta -counts
he was engaged tn the whisky business.
The abov reward, also the thanks of several vic
tims, will be given for any information as to his
whereabout!, upon application to this offioe.
janT dtf i
For Sale or Rent.
TE DESIRABLE PROPERTY BE
longing to Mary E. Kent, deceased, situated on
Mound atreet, near 7th, consisting of a convenient
house, wood shed, Ae.. on a spacious lot ninety
feet front, one hundred in depth.' Good cistern and
we1!, fruit trees and lower garden on the premises.
For price and terms, enquire at W.- R. Kent's
auction rooms, corner Tow. and Fourth. jan7 dtf
r 2 r a fFICK OF TBE .
CoLCiiBCB.CHroAOoA IndiahaCbk. R't Co
, - Columbus, O., January 13th, 1869. )
THE BOOKS FOR THE TRANSFER OF
the Capital Stock of tho Columbus, Chicago
A Indiana Central Railway Company will bee osfd
on tneevening of January std, ltu. aad remain
closed until January 30th. 18t9. . .
By nrder of tho Bnard. ,1,-.u.j i. ...
janl4-dtd GORDON MOODIE. Seo'y.
A LIVING DEATH!
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter, "I die daily." The obieet of this artiole is
net to remind him of 0JJ hispangs.buttoshow
him how tobanisb them I I forever- The means
of immediate and permanent relief are proffered
him in , , v. ... ,.
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And it is for him to say whether he will eontinn e
to endure a living death, or to put himself in I
tiiion to render life enjoyable. .- ,r .
-: 1 ! '' ' . ;- -.'.' '
Of thaefficaov of this mAtnhlpRa vAmtmlilp ititm.
achio are to be found in every eity-and town in the
United States healthy men and .women, rescued
from torture . by its , use. and eager to bear
testimony to its vir- av tues It diners trom
any other Bitters in exiatenoe, in this special par
ticular it is not alcohol ia.
For snqh constitutions and systems as require for
mivu uiTiAurptura niuusire atimuianc,
-w - i
GERMAN TOWIC !
Has been tlrovided a nreneraHnn In whinli th anl.
. id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta-
uia RiuKoum pre neia in solution oy a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
Senent. in cnoosing Detween these two great anti
otes. should be guided bv his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selection; but in cases where the emergsncy is
not so pressing, tne enters is trie spectno required
Thousands find infin- a7A ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. There is no phase of
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eal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or combined, they will not effeotl
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And Weakness for Stoncth. Get rid of the ail-
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noOFLAWS GEOAN' BITTERS.
Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and
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Which not only eomhata and oonqnerf diseases that
' have entrenched themselves in tbe ejstem, bat
ia the best known safeguard npainst all u n health j
infldeoees. Persona whose occupations and pur
suits suoject them to the depresuins: etfeetsf a
elose, unwholesome atmosphere should take it re?
ularly as a protection against the' low fevers mnd
i other disorders which, malaria engenders. Inva-
- urn who are .:,t; , c ..- ; . :.
; . WASTING i AWAY,
::-!- : i - - tr; -. i
- .'i - -
Witnout any special eoms.aint. except .gradual
ueciiniition or ooaiiy strengm ana nervous energy,
will find in the iill'- P" TUBS a fountain m
vitality and vigor, as' a refresning and exil-
er&ttnc as a pool in tne aeaert to tne sand-seorened
ana tainting travelers., . .rI . '
GERM AN BITTERS
Is compose 1 of the pare inlees (or, as they are me-
uicinaiiy rermea, cxtracisi, ot Knots. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly eoncevtrated
and entirely tree from Alcohelio admixture of any
;i HOOFLAND'S' '
; GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredient! of the- Bit
ters, witn the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum,
Orange, etc., making one of the most pleasant ami
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice. Dys I Dewia. Chronic oi
Nervous Debility,. Lw Chronio Diseases of
.tie moneys, ana ail diseases aris.ng trom a disor-
aerea Aiiver or stomacn.
t such :
. as Consti- . ,
' - ,. , .Piles. Fullness of ."
. i ' Blood to tbe Head, .: .
.. ' Aoidity of the Stomach.
Nauaea. Heartburn, Disgust
i for Food. Fullness or Weightin the . ' v
A Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinking C
, : or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head. Harried and Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or
ouaocaung nensations wnenr in a Liying feature,
, . Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs belore the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
. Deficiency of Perspiration;-Yellowne&s
' ; of the Skin and Eyed, l'aio in the . .
- - Side, Baok, Chest, Limbs, eto.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh,
' ' Constant Imagin- 1
. ingsof Evil, and
, Great Depres
a the Greatest and Best
i ' ' ' They are
Ever known, and will cure all. diseases resnltinc
from bad Blood. - Keep your Blood pure. Keep
-your Liver in older ... f Keep your digestive
organs in a sound. a healthy condition, by
. the nse of these remedies, and. no disease will ever
- wuau;ua, , , -.
.Weak ; and . Delicate Children
' Are made strong by the nse of either of these rem
edies. They will oure every case of MARASMUS
: without fail. - -
Thousands of cert i Sent es have accumulated in
the hau ls of the proprietors, but space will allow
. of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and of such standing that
they must be believed.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
- OF PEiTOSTlVrAIf IA. r '
; I 1 ' ..... J
: : SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. 1'
Who would ask tor more dignified or 'stronger tes
, , .-. ; timonyt
V HON C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vaaia, wiit,9i ; -, ... ... in -. . . t.
PHILADBLrMA, March 16, 1867.
I find Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
ic, -useful in diseases BM of the digestive or
igans, and of great ben- I. efit in oases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the system.
Yours truly. , GEO. W. WOODWARD..
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
J.dge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 28, 1866.
1 consider Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in o.ses of attacks of Indigestion or
' D?spepaia. I can cetily this irom my experience
of it. Yours, with respect.
' JAMES THOMPSON.'
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
. ... ?.: '
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
: . Fhiladblphia, Sett. 14,187.
"Hoorland's Germaa Bitters' is a very useful ar-
tide as a tonic and as an appetiser. It i not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons of all age. Re pectfully yours,
- i i JAMivij ROSS SNOWDEN.
Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature F oi C. M. JACKSON
is on the wrapper of. WS each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store, No. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa. - . j.. .
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
i . (' Formerly C..M. JACKSON A CO. , j- :
;l..",'C l:I!x33EIla. ' -
Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle. ....... .11 00
Hoofland's German Bitters, half dosen 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in qt. bottles 1 GO
, . per bottle, or a half dosen for ST SO.
Do not forget to examine well the artiole yon bay
n order to get the genuine. . , - . ...
M'l.' l '.''. i .''u.V
FOB SALE , AT i ALL DBUGGlSTS
And Dealers in Medioine. everywhere.
' rltlJMTkiU AAD PUBLISHED Bl ' .
K. B. ESHELMAW,' 1'
C. B. I LOOU,
. , COLUMK US. OHIO t i
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WEDIESDtT IflOKPIINe, t - JAKT.SO.
News and Otherwise.
Portsmouth has no bath honse. 't . '; y
Iowa Is shipping wheat to Liverpool. '
Obebxin has sixteen (female theology stu
dents. ; . . , . , . '
' Mohtoomkrt, Alabama, is fall of lewd
women. . ..'. ,' :. ; ; .,. . 1
Blaib county, Penn pays about 9300 a
year for fox scalps.
Tberb is talk in Mansfield of reviving
the Vigilance committee. - .
' lit Peoria, Illinois, coal ia delivered at
the door tor nine cents per bushel.
Fire has destroyed a considerable por
tion of the village of Angelica, N. Y. "
. In Rock Island county, Illinois, nearly
17,000 bushels of coal are mined daily. .
Judgb Vasb, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court of Massachusetts, Is dead.
Nine hundred thousand dol'ars remain
delinquent on the St. Louis tax list for this
year. ... :. - -:, ;
A woman In Chicago has Just been di
vorced four times and married the fifth
time. . . . : . . ,.
Thb French possessions on the Western
coast of Africa are suffering severely from
cholera... " .; ... . . . i .
Spurious cents, to the amount of thou
sands of dollars, are in circulation in New
JTork city. -i ' y
: J. H. Whitman has got biraselt Into the
Van Wert county jail for trading on forged
promissory notes.. . : - : ' :
The Illinois Temperance" party . have
adopted a plan for the immediate, thorough
organization ot the State. . - -t
Thb Infirmary Director at Cleveland dis
tributed fourteen hundred loaves ot bread
to the city poor on Saturday."
'. ' John R. Tucker is now ; serylng i his
twenty-second year as coroner of Ross
county ; and a good officer he makes.' "r .
: j The Missouri Legislature, by tbe Radical
vote, has elected Carl Schurz United States
Senator, to succeed John B. Henderson. ,
The New York ! Tribune finds compensa
tion tor the lack of Hon. .Wm. Cu whack's
ability in his 'vigorous" Republicanism.
Bean pod tea,' made of either white oi
lima beans, sweetened to taste and "drunk
abundantly, is said to be a cure for dropsy'.
Jackson county, Indiana, vis .without!
representation in the State Senat?, In con
sequence of the redisricting the State last
year. . ' - -"':'1 ': "J
.' A school teacher In Bridgeville, Guern
sey county, has been fined $10 and costs
for "whipping one of his scholars without
cause. ' -: -
,. The' Republican membera of . the Ne
braska Legislature have trouble in-agree
ing upon a candidate- for the United States
Senate. --':; -I ' , . . ;" . ":.'.
Two men who were confined in the jail
at Sidney, Iowa, -on a charge of 'mtlrder,
have just been taken outand bung by an
Afteb awhile, at the rate the Republican
politicians are going on, Congress will '.'be
invoked to build and keep,. township and
county roads in order.-r-t ' : ' 4 ' '
TniiVCincinnatl inquirer Is confident
that our Democratlo , Legislature will of
course stand by the people in retuslng toj
enact a troublesome and expensive registry
law for no purpose. .ir.i.i
, The Cincinnati Commercial 6ay8 ot Sen
ator Sherman's financial bill, that "it is, if
possible, ' more- empirical than -any-heretofore
presented.''. Thereby herman main
tains bis character. '., . ,. ,- ..Z : .......
Thkre is great distress among Republi
cans because they cad not have a ball In
the'Capltol on the occasion of Grant's 1bi
auguration. They'll have bawl enough af
ter the Inauguration ' 'V---, .''
The Chicago City Council has adopted
a bill providing for the issue of $1,500,000
water works bonds; $1,000,000 sewerage
bonds ; $500,000 school bonds, and $1,000,
000 bonds for the enlaigementof the canal..
Do bankers and moneylenders petition
tbe Legislature to legalize a higher rate of
Interest than the present rate, because they
want an influx of money so that they can
lend their money for a lower rate of inter
est than they now get? ' -s
. The Cadiz Sentinel favors the cultlvaticn
of a liberal leeling in the party, alleging
that If we would do good to our nation and
race, we must attract and not repel. We
must act as reasonable men who have an
object in view. Is the Sentinel wrong
initsview? : -,. ' y: " J'-:
The Ohio State Register having been look'
ing over tbe inducements Portsmouth pre
sents for the location ot the new Peniten
tiary at that city, says i "Wo jnust confess
they are of such a character as will carry
force and weight with them, and will be
pretty hard to overcome.'
It is claimed by the Cincinnati Gazette,
if the rate of interest Is raised by law to 10
per cent In this State, that the influx ol
money will be so great from the East, that
money will become very cheap.. If the ar
gument holds,, would not tbe Increase of
the rate to 20 per eent. make It more plenty.
and consequently cheaper than ii the rate
were 10 per cent? r- - '
The "Allen County Democrat publisher
the resolutions adopted by the Democratic
State Convention on the 8ih ot January,
1863, and the resolutions adopted by the
Democratic National Convention on the
4th of J uly, 1SGS, in relation to the pay men t
of tbe Publio Debt, and says that it feel?
t'bound to adhere to them until changed by
the party." That's the doctrine.
This is the London Lancet's recipe lor
the cure of a felon : "As soon as the pul
sation which indicates the disease is felfj,
put directly over the spot a fly blister about
the size of your thumb nail, and let it re
main for six hours, at tbe expiration of
which time directly under tbe surface 01
the blister maybe seed the felon, which
can be instantly taken out with the point
of a needle or a lancet." "v-r.". o-..-
'." - " ' '
The colored men had a National Conven
tion- in-Washington'- City on 'Monday,
wherein John M. Langstoo, of Ohio, cliiim-
e4 for the Negro full. fledged citizenship and
coequality in the schools with tbe Whites.
Being asked whether he would have Negro
leagues, he replied : , "No ; nothing that is
Negro We want the Whites to open their
doors and invite us in, and that we be al- j
lowed to cat at the same table with them."
The Week's Doings in Congress.
the Boute of iltepregenUtlves,-' Mr.
Corley, carpet bagger, of South Carolina,
introduced a bill to create a censorship of
books in the common schools 01 the South'-
ern States, so as to exclude all that' flo
not meet i Radical approval None- but '
the "truly loyal," furnished by Massa'chtt
setts, -, which exalts the negro over the
white man, the New Englander above all
the rest ot the white race, and Boston.
above or on a par with Mahomet's third
Heaven, to be allowed In the' schools. ?"
-. Mr. Robissok, deeply imbued with the" . -
spirit that claims ' ..! i -...s . t i
.'No pent-up Utica contracts our power, ! r-.rt:'
'The whole, the boundless continenl is ours,; , :it
introduced a bill for securing the, annexar
; tion of Cuba to the United States,, without;
: purchase, which was referred .to the com- .
mlttee on Foreign Afiairs. . It resolves that
Spain, haying thrqwn off its own govern;
ment, has no right to inflict a goernnaexij .
on the people ot Cuba contrary to .their
wishes, and bhat it is a duty of the Dnitedi
States to acknowledge the independence, o
tbe' government, now snccessluLly, estab; -lished
in Cuba by its people, or take measr
ures for the annexation ,of Cuba, to the
United States, as the people ot Cuba mty:
lndicate,'provided no payment be made to"
the dethroned Queen .or any other person
arrogating the right to dispose of or control,
the land' contrary to the wishes of the peo-, .
pie thereof. , ,. ... , . ,: ,. ,v rol .vjl,
i The Tenure of Office bill, passed to crlpr,
pie President Johnson, was theq, as far, ttr
the House was 'concerned, repealed by . .
Tote of yeas 121, nays 47. , ..( tr;;a
Mr. Banks introduced it joint resolution, .
to take the Negroes of Hay U and Sao ;Do-i'
mlngo under the protection of the United
States, and secure' them, stability their i
government.';, . . ,j ?in.vj n. J3
In Senate, on th 6th, Mr. Stewart, fromA
the J udiciary committee,, reported the fol-ii .
lowing " constitutional . amendment epjd
asked that thcomriiliteeJtiaiscbarged
from further consideration of iJieaBbjeot a.
, rrrTi.-i.-. ' ' ' 1 -i-j i ii. OaLCaIV
United States to vore anrl" hold, off! e shall
not be denied ot abridged hyHhe United
Statesor any State-n.acoot of race, col
or or previous condition of servitude.
If adopted, ( the, aineridmgiit' w
cure negro suffrage aud political equaitj
between the races in' Ohio; notwlthstand- J
Ing 50,000., njajority of the' voter 'of the
Statedecided against it. ,l.uiqu ..
! On Monday 'dTthe '-present1 ;Weekj Me.
SHBRBAKrVported1 a" bill ,n quid rig, sa4ij
' bonds to be .paid in JfolcLj jinless, thecoiH
; tract Vasotherwlse.-and thattmjr man ha?'
1 liig fifty dollars in, oTeenbackt'confryiehd I
them to the United "Stated, at five jnrjr cenfc,ltt
, per annum interest, to be-redeemed at the
end, of forty, years in gold. Mr. SherMi -'n
takes good care to fix' W bis bill a clause
preventing these; new';bondirQni ;btiing.jt
taxed by' the State, he t misrepresents 'IbcM.
Congress, er by any other 8tate. f- -J ;ir
The scheme also' -'aothbrizes, 'Banks --.J'.j
issue payable In gold, widioat lDterest;iiM:i
respective of the" limitation ocITenlatIQn;i',
except that they shall hot'eieeed'es'pero,
cent f the' Treasury botes Jidepositrfi
' with the Treasury of the United tates for -1
tbe rederrjption'of outstanding olronlation.'
r In .the Eove' Mrs PflEVOT,,h6ilkt)'
other dbbstersin Flna'htJijiiirodiMe
jet, Involving the issue' of coupons er rega -ia
, istered bonds tot "the amoubt- oC one'-thou f,
: sand tmUIions - oF dollars,' redeemable tp?,'
coin alter thlrtrjr driflfty years respecUvely;-!
the thirty year bonds to bear , interest.' at ni
4 per cent in coin, and the fifty year
bonds to1 bear 'Interest' at' 4 per '.ceiit,jj.,jj
fjhe bonds ' t6 ; ;be' ;x'empt ','ifoBX j Ntlon-.'-.
al, State, and Municipal taxea,xoept thei''"
income tax, aud to be exclnslvely-'used'iln.'1
payment "of or exchange, fori outstanding i-itl,
: bonds or notes that have fallen, due Or bear :l
'.; Interest at higher rates.' .Thel Secgetafjr pt
the Treasury da td retire anrT canc'al . jJ
'United States notes pow" outstanding byj
' their conversion Into such; bendB.-Cirea1i,1
. lating notes are to be Issued to theNatToai'u::,
Banks as fast as the United Statetj aetes are
: cancelled, until theameuntotUhft'Stafei
notes outstandirrg shall' bfe' reduced tff one. 'f
' hundred, millioti; ars; ', ' lX&4t iTeftJoiwiCuT
'.Banks are hereafter to make their deposits ' "
. for the. security -of their-clrculation In the
-bonds provided In the act.' ;,J,'t!.,i,,. ,.,m
:)VMr.;BriGHAAr,"of Ohioy. Introduced a hi I
tQ allow Mississippi her constitutional';!
: 'rights: to representation ' iri 1 Cohgressg
'whenever her; lglslatura'.in.yoV! v-t
gratify the 14th' amciidment to be Consti- t
'ttltioni. and to strikeout of theCo6etitutfon-';Ia
' of that State the' clause which' .opposes f0-?i'iji
ltticat equality with hje negroes , nv-t
.' ' i Mr IIjojian offered a resolution tbe first
part of which, being theoretical, a8'8greiQ,J,,",
tot but tbe' eewnd,''1i'lnsp'rectfeI4' WMsiJi
iaid on h'e,table-yieas HQ to. naye 54. It ii
la as follows :v:;-!-Tiq n- -; utmn-va y,ta
. Resolved. -That in the present :condittoi'';
of national iinance, no 4artberf eabs'idteA
ought -to he given by Conggefss... either in
lands or money, to railroads or other- cor '
porat'ons, or to promote local -enterprise,
but the whole resources of tbe country'
ought to be applied to the pressing necearf u.
sities of the public service, in such manner; i
as will relievo the people from, the . buto.i-
dens of taxation. . ...... -j . H f r,, i.:: u ?to
Jlesoltedy That the grants of public isndft j
to corporations ought to- be tliscou.ten- n
anced, and tbe whole of such, lands ought l
to be held as a sacred trust to secure home- "
steads to actual settlers,' and. for, no other .r
purpose whatever.-; J ' ''',',""".."." '-, , ""
The railroad lobby was too strong' lor
Congress to pass the resolution h If agreed.
to, and carried out in good fattb, it would 1 -
have saved many millions ot dollars'. " But ,'j1'.
railroad corporations have too many agent
in Congress to hope for reforntin that par
ticular. So.end the week's-dolngs of Con
gra.r.,Jife,i 7.i -.,..;.KwfTtrt w-l
' -i -tT'"1 "'i""1'""
I The editor of the Portsmouth Times,
who is tbe faithful Represeetativeof Scioto r
county in the Ohio Leglslatore,' hasmade ,.'fd
a visit to the Ohio Penitentiary,' where' he,
"passed ' through-the workshops where a-,uw
thousand men are .engaged int-various'
branches of skilled and curious manofae-
ture. It looks like thriving Ykyl ot a," -7ff
word Is spoken; each manfis (rained to bla
part and applies bimseli constantly to hit ,:,k-
labor. Everything is made by machinery ,V,'
and these convicts in their striped garbs.
move with the., regularity of a machine-' 3
The articles of manufacture are rmmerousM'
such as brushe, carpenter's' toolsV fecy tlies,
names, "bits, sieves i aud ail kinds . pf .wlrej-rf
work, aud castings , The quantity of such- ".'
articles made is immense. It will well re-
pay any one to give an hoar's time in Vis
iting these workshops."'- '1 f 1 '
' The New York ilerald remarks !'aA
Safo Thtog The iinonstrious aafe,' six feet? '-V
, by six,, which was roiled tirtqthe'ljetav
House, at Albany, just preceding thftavfrt-ai.i.'.ri
Val of Marshall Roberts.'; The crowd -iJi
jof, "politician obsequioasly 'bowed" 'tnls
monster thretigli- tlreiV 'llBea 'to h'allii"
. . 4 i ) n " '-
and no oonot measurea st a glance its ex-ng
act capacity. A.Tte' significance ot lteTar
rival taiewJavAneaatjit tbe 'tTeat'''atrd t?':
.man? was noted by many.a hod aiitwlnlp t,
'and 'nndge 6f tSe'.glbow. tlookediiUkebrii-.i'jii
Dusinesg." uuc, men, uovernor i enton'g
friends Eaw it and went considerably better.