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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AliCiilTECT.
T 1 BKOolLt.ll,
Architect, Civil hmrfneer, Ao. ' -:
Offioe over the National Exchange Bank
ATTORNEYSi
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ATTOliNkVS a'1 LAW
. fOfieet kov. w btUt ; 1 inv -u at. Ainboi Build-.
. AT10Kli.i-AT-LAW MA UK,
05u. , .1 -n t-. ilajcj Office.
li Al'IoRAE J-AX-LA W-A Notary Publie.',
0U iJ .'ivj.-i .JU8ieetta,ar8unBildins
,YV iLiM womi
Office 69a ouih ttin atrevt, Aiubus Building
AUoTlOiN AN1" COMMISSION.
tf Auetionetr and Dealer ia Raat Kstao itoaaa
eta UiwwiSi Ciiuthing auevNuUui . : '
,... v, r . fio. tV eat Btoad street.
BATHi ROOMS:
f?1? I
x ikOHkis aid a -:.a.
X Barber and Hair Dresser." Hot and Cold
foatb. ' Basement fustomovBuildiiu. f-i. a
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...- m V. A a . . .
O Bky :B."4- -U4ak.'iBuuk -jgaiiufaetarers,
rnnteu ana ruuiuiber.
rl'i n.i 1 arjii-i in .i.ni 1 t,ttmm tun " " .
' 4. 'A'.' H IbLUJIa 4 V.t ,.,..;. ..j
.li-. 144 fSnat.i . Jlnh street. Ju.t receiTed, an
iti.iuonu.eJt..,,ii" ijiimL iuw pnoea.
.Mil,
II i'4rr
- JL Is toe
muted house for good Boots1 4nd Shoea
-ttm pmH9'as awafeyiwkiueBCMU-' m.l
Ti.iTT . i. n 1 .ue-Aoiiiu 4iich straet.'
-u ,tai .H;UAJj DEALERS.
' 14 jaa hA) i k.f; r.'.ii4Tlv .i
.. Ail Dealers in rUubute-u and OhiuCoaL. .-.Iso.
AuAe, JralB,'l'Ue au oiotle Sewet Pip. ' . ' '
ir"- .ajOU -K...i-jrtB-iiiirh-tre.
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XJL C.iuuuraiou. tLurrdiug aud Produce Mer
rCuuu, aeuei im yu.il, Htuui.re xl.rV..iCHau
7' IMNkI
I v'aiAC'Asus'a.'sJ..
,JUe Man
M axn 11 ia..t 11 raaru tan.a isn. .nr. in ITvniak (Zrw-
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JU. a AA.AWA,
.Vf.-.wliolwuaa.aud. .Retail ..Dealer in China,
"Quoei aaara, uuua, ifialwi nou,u.uipaauu Laai.
txturee. ; "' v- ' Auruk uutueueek'.
si 4 1 in
" imc
moorter auil Wholesale and Retail Dea'e.
IHW), VoMa, Ulaaa, UM, fbMea UvouS,
-iieSU MJSaM.0.'ii a,-r -l.-i.-rt -
... . .. -,. 350 Soutt High street. .
s7: W iE A TiSTRYL . 1 liU
.0. ib EaatBroad stxeet-
We
1 to jm tne oesu 1 r.n
. atiI,DEJ!iXlST. Toe best styles
VAe 01 Dentistry, uioiuuiug uunns Imnruveu
saincrai riau.. aiuuw. m ud 11 upora eiuca. -
J ..i.' ii a t
e Dealers, in Dry (iuuaa. Notions, C ii
Cloths, aiaitings, bbaaea, oats, Caps a
oilier t4i aauu-euui taeu-'nt r,ir
71.1 sifEUlua sc.
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. Carpets
,, ..lsfioathHishstrenU,
pete liattings,OU .Clotus,ouri.uo, stable an.
a lira tfWBla. - - ' . ' . l-'U.i-
anx
.Farcy Dry trouus,
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V( holeaale and iteiaif DeaiefrTo' Staple arid
fancy VI uuoua, aiut nMMiitreM t LAaiea
-liuaiH (ta t f .i-.,i,.. Wvai arax,
'Hfj 4a ) a'-l'avaa i.s.i Moat..
A? . Kruui A Co.. cage, dealers in Dry Uboda and
Hoti ns, lab couth if ourta swae.'
i.i .l.-tii .iiai
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fiti V!l? s.ti.u tts
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W holeaale and Retail Dealer in Drv Goods.
Aaaeu4ABuldiB. oa.il auu 1x3s fcouthUxigh
VBVeett
aK'aa..aa.a-i . I'1 .) w:: i
.areasssaUn otapl aod. Fancy Dry Goads and
aiAT.S
.XX lumra u. siuoia aual Jiaaax Dry Guoda,
. i - iy.ouULh uieh street.
ajJajttAaasiaa.;! i'i-n f. r!('-'-v ;
sfXai- ore.su aud, ioioa.io .j'ry .Gowda, Uotha,
urn.eto. SMijiie5i'ouwilignaiXLeu .
.eoa'e
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Uieoary.
354 North High, street,,
l UsrU av Wasw.v.
1X1 VV HyLesALt. KeiiAlL
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UGG1STS.
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saaaacsa. dt aaa.. ,-:A-..?.Tw
uu ava.au iwoagigte. aad Daaleri
el
.IS. T.. V ?--a -1 .
H4 .Mirth High street.
aV (il A Viiii).i2 .-'
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Deaiicaeia. aaisera MoVabUahafS. ' Hot.
rial anu utuer acai euravtra w uiunr. -ja
,CTv. ;v;AiKlaitt4viaoau. Hick street.
aid sFIJjlTURfc&c.
a .aaa.a hHii.i:.ni.ri.d .
eiaaiUaeurejtust V hylaaal aaO. EetaU Pealf
(.iiaia, uiuiHtio. Vam. i.ut,s.)k' i J
2 1J.I a n v. momiyi msu ob. u.... fiuHw.
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-.. alt aaa. i l l gjas'
f. va,. JtaaaMuiUaretas&nLclaaa rurditare. Whole-
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iIuusIiI,. fURiSHiNga.;,!;
a a aadMSBWa Aua.. ..
J2m Dealer, in Mantles. Btuve uid House Fur-
iMHBaMMMisv aVuu, Xuijopuer auu sheet Irou
' s4ar. w .vl - wv-v iKwuyee.
: ....aai. ariiAHT.. ' .
,-,at. boasaFuraijahint-Go-aa, Mantles. Graiee,
.- . n . . 1 ...n ....... .
a . Vupar, iu BiN pa -.Faai jaauues
li .i il: fi ;l v O wM. ae aireefc.
' ma
1?
a Dealers In Hardware, xtoua r urnianinc Unai
Garble ana SlaU Maauee, Urates, euvee. Hot Ait
-araacas, v ' oraa niu aueet.
JlanafapruTe and Wbelerale Dealer in Hfto 1
7iiraiDfli;omu. Ai80,-aeaier 10 Berlin- jbepncr1
nd ITaaoT Hoorta, 103 South High atr X. . , - -, ,
HOWE SEWING-.1 MACHINE.
a.! 'I CAKTCLLr
rtTtiooerr nod. r'aney (ioods seiierall y.. Special Aaent
fr the celebrate.! Klias Howe Gold Medal jewing
Mnxhine - No. S10 South Hiea street, eor. Rich.
: HATS & CAPS,
k. iti.m. iAtr, 1 , ' -
(Suocwior tn K. Laf.) Healer in Bai, Cape,
Purs and btraw Uoods 32 South Hi?n street,
j . - ..- ' - " (Sisn Uolrlen Hat)
HOTELS.
Opposite Depot. -J.
H, DA V IDSON. Proprietor.
ijAllLn SI AffcS HOTEL.. - .
U, , Corner High and Town streets. '
. ' E. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor
Zfc.TTL.KK HOVE,
Corner Fourth & Friend sts. Commodious,
house and extensive stables . ' '
! L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor. . '
INSURANCE.
CONNtonccr ncxfjALb life - --
lurance Companr- Assets. S16,' 00.000. .
; WM. JAMISON, Agent. Columbus. 0.
NEVt KIKK A niLTEBERGERt ::
' ttENEKALAOENTS Security Life Insurance
Comp.nj, - No. 5 Opera House. .
CDIdPAr OP
JL Columbus, O.
W.
C. M. BAKEK, Sec'y.
Office. No . A T Opera Hons
MILLINERY GOODS.
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods. '
' 191 M. Hieh street. Opera House block.
a m K.
A. UOWNU
. 1 : n : 1 1 : c
31 - Dealer in Millinery. Straw Goods and Trim-
fc.jL . xdi im ... J. UH.n
tninjfs. No- 67 North High street.
J--H. WILKIf, " ''
Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim
miBud Fancy Gooda. 130 South Hhstreet.
--MERCHANT TAILORS.- 4
SCHAr H ArTSF.N ic a OHLLEBEW,
Merchant. Tailors 'and Lealers in Oeiita, Fnr-.
nishinc Goods, , ,
e Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur--
wains uoods. - Also-agenttor the Uumond Shirts.
' in, o u 1 1 : -i. .
HE OHIO MERCH ANT T.lL.OKItVG
A CLOTHING CO.-. 185 S. Hirhet: Gents'
suits made to order: ' RVady-made Ulothing ai-.
was on nana. ' .
OHM I . HltKENUACHEK, . -
Merchant Tailor and Dealer, in Clothing and
MenU' FornishiDi Goods.. ..."
00. di nona nij;a sirsBf. .
J
MERCHANT TAILOR. 320 South Hieh st.
Chnjre stock of Clothing constant!; on hand.
NEWS DEALERS.
FtDltr.AS it UIILL. ' ."'
.News Dealers. Booksellers . and Statloners.:
N-o.5ASr.trih H igh .street, nex door to Postoffice. '
,fca4Ja.jUAflli, t .-: ,! r--
A7 News Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind-
lUUlKSUUlM 111 UUW VJr-'l MJ M U .. EillW UU.
7 ; ' .A.- f . ;i ..'I 331 South High street. X
-taper -warehouses:
'Mannlacturers and Dealers in Writing. Trint-
ing and Wiappi; h Papers. 3 A 5 ttortfa High St. 77.
. ' Dealers in Printiuav Book. Writ in and- Fina
Papers 36.38A 40 Nor a siigh street.: . -1 :s
PHOTOGRAPHERS.-
Aa.AtWA oc S .-.(N5,
tea, rPaOTOltAPHR8. ... t -
PHOTOGttAPHKlJ.!if07 South tfiin' street.
Piotnres maiie in every style and cur. 1 ,
D , j -Ahcheh, ' . , ' - '
a- Pfioipgrapbs,' Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc.,
-i v,.J. . .. j No; 336 South High street.' f
n.Mi l .ii iiPHVfilPI A W' i tj i-.i
.i-5i-i.-ai-ra-aV-av4Aa:, ,v,
LTV T7 , AMSAay Kf, M. !.,, ,..,,....
CU, Ne. OeeraHiiuie. Treats Diseases of tba
bye, bar. Heart, Throat and Lungs.rAlao. Diseases
wii.i.en ana hii.i.en. r ; -i
-ne.r jij.&i (i,i3.-
J, F. MAMMIS at Ct.i . .,,r. .
Wholesale and Ketail dealers o Lighte A
io. s ana name, a iro. s riauos. Also, urgans,
tlelodeQus and other muaioal instruments. . . r-,
.... ,. t ... . y . 38 North HigMtreetJ
Jt- woow, , . . .
Auent for Chickering's and Emmers'on's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, Meiodeons and Sheet Uusio.
. RESTAURANT.
Bank exchahou KESTAXJRAMT,
Corner State and" High rtreots.T" --T
"-HJHaKLEY ltK, Proprietor.
TTT?
'SEWHfG MACHINES. : i
The Tejt in the world. No. I and 3 Opera
House. .'' , '- W. PIMMKL, General Agent. -
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
I Aj UViUau, c CO..
AX': Dealers in Fine-Watches. Clocks. Jewelry."
Platedware, Spectacles, Ac. No. 11 Kaat Town
treet.r f,.,T . ...... -
if I Al'C.S At HAKtttN4(ON , : "
J"Succeesors te Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dta
tnohdsv Watch b. Jewelry, SUyei Ware and Spea
tacles. No. 3-Neil House. ts-
F A. A L LEftOmfclX,
a Wholesale. And Retail dealers in Watches.
Clocks and Jewelrv.' Nn. 71 South High street-
-STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
BAnciof i' iskos. & co.,
W helesale Dealers in Dry Ooods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwjnne Block. Town street.
i a.KitiJuns:! A-.ii
i i ( 4 i Sf,
K. UannfactBrers and Wholesale Dealers jn Hoots
ano Stwea. J . No 3 Uwyane Block. Town St
NOTICES.
Stockholder's Meeting.
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Colevbus, Chicago Ind. Cent. K't ro.,
' COLDMBl'8, O., December 34th-, 1868. )
a i . t-, n a hma - - -
l MliKI liitt Uf THK3IOCKUVI.D-
" era of the Columbus. Chicago and Indiana
Centra. Railway Company will be held at the of-
Bkfrthe Company, in the city t Columbus,
State ut I'Oic.ou ikiua i , the xhth day ot JA.1
U ARY, IS69, between the hours of 10 A. M and 3
ft M to approve or reject a ooniract vith toe At
laotie A Uieat W estern Railway Company and the
Arie 4iaU ay omDfly, and lor other purposes.
sUyoaeror;tno jioara. -
f ft .. r GORDqVOODIB.-
aecw-aiia - owroioij,
Notice to Bridge Builders.
8a&LUw rBiurusai.s ntui. .. . r. -oeired
by the .undersigoed. at the office of the
Board ot Publio Works in the city of Columbus,
uutil 1HCRSDAY, tllst January. 1869. at J3 a.,
lor build. nx the superstructure of a 3-truss Brirge
acniss the Big Walnut cieek.vn the line of tLe Na
tional noad. ii rranann enunty.oi iwo spans, eacn
apau to be aoout lj leet loi g. and 3oK feet wide.
Iroia out' U outj
to be covered bv -.the bant tif oak
abinla,anwMherboardedwitVgood 4rst ocm-
sbiukivs, auis '
won uoards
uu wiaiw ; y . a 1 1 a J
bidders to furnish tkfliman t.1 .no wif), .nun. .
tions in detail Ai;r-sahnerk to done to the
-atialaotioaot the Board of -Publie -Works and the
..; - - l uo "aiiouai road.
rTiaaib.t.to rtjoot any pr all bids, plans or speci
fications is reserved. " JOHN Ai BLALtL
- r . t EaHda&t birin... . . -. . i i j
j
r. i. liic
tit Five ". Cents ; Reward.;
.ii.'.i ai."'t-i
rCTALKED AWAI-r lakv.
W :run-one J. W,BR0W.N LOW. eld to be a
hmfliaf nf the Governor of Tennessee. Ha 4. k.
proies&ion Sculptor, by trade a Inrnter; All per
,.na desiring per i anent investments can with nr.
(act safety eutrust him wiVhlDeir money. At last aci
counts be as engagta in tne woisbv Justness.
the abov reward, also the thanks of several vio
lims, will be given for any information as to his
vnereaoonta. upon a.a'I'Uvauon uibuia.ouice,
' janT-dtl' - -. ...
1 he Sisters of St. Marj'g, . -
y-xWMsl irKIHOHECEHTLY . OF
) Somerset Perry ceuaty, will open their large
SBd futsioilrvui.auia .v. iu.iwfiWui pupiia uu
k. Sraa Mnndariu September. U06 For Board and
'i anion. 375. 80, and A8, sooordiug to the da'
partiaentot imssdu.vii r oa Atuoni, sup-t.
Address Box 151. r ... . , au3-dtX
.To:-" l . it a Tl-tl"-! H l- :, vf ,r..., . ,
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OH AND AFTER TUESDAY, THE
lSthdajof January. I860. - v
- ' Tl r I j - .. - .-. ..,.- ... ,.
for 35 bAys,
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.,
m. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
" : 1 wm seu ..' . ' ' : ! .
X)rcas GrOodS, 1' J
-Oloah 1 n g
. BrealxfMt BIuwlaf
i " , Wool Hooda, :
' ';. -i .:; - 1 ; ., . . .:
. Also Great Redaction in the price of
TTnderwerf ;
- 3rlcir3, .-
"Htosiieryt' '
We are sole Aleuts for the sale of the HARRIS
SEAjILESS KID GLOVES.
From thit det4) our ttore will be closed
at 6 o'clock P. M. unlit further notice -. . :
GILCHRIST. GRAT A CO..
jaol-ly - Nos. 33.5, a7Aa9SouthHigh st.
.'.-- J ' r rA. .1 i -
FALL AND WINTER
S 'DRY GOODS':
'..I : '
- i '
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
V i-ai-l.
TO .'BUY A.T
i"75 .
NAUCHTQNfSI
hfl ..I. r
.it.r
At
.'l'.H:-.-7 til ii-l iti !' i-it'..f-.--z .
Farqnaaera of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
eau ana examine ins
av r s t o c it .
lirl. .IJ. I-!.', i !. ' . .
H DKKS9 OUOOS
-CHEAP!
. CHEAP ,
.CHEAP!
.-.CHEAP .
-CHEAP .
FANCY-GOODS-SHAWLS........
DOMESTICS....
EVERYTHING
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sV4 4f Saf a la.y a
t. j . ;.t : t..
TAMES
NAUGHTON,
t. . i. . .. . .
1. -I. .1.17 'I 'M i
118 188 South High Street ' '':
decW-dly 1 1 UjWw .i Co'inttBlja.OEJQ '.
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BANKERS.
P. !.
V; HUNTINGTON CO,
B A N K E R s ; ;:
t - - r r. -
Corner Broad &13igh Sts.
' , . ' (COLUMBUS, ' OHIO.
febt-dly -i . ;: . .:'
P. HATDBM. JOfl. B0TCHB8ON..;. W.l. BATrKN.
fflAYDEN,HUTCHESON
no: IS s. mciii STREET,
iao30-dly-r
Colnmbns, A.
;, CLOTHING.
FALL ; AND , WINTER GOODS
HUNTER'S ;
ClotMDg;mporiniii
No. 82 O 8outh High St.,
coiatjmnvrs, ouio.
II..
T HAVE JUST B K CE I V E D tm.
A largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Ooxla ever Brought to Uuscity. consisting of
French, ...
Sanfflish anrt ' r - ;
' , , ' . Casimerefr, aSco.,
Per Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the lnw.
est Cash prices. - ' - .
Also keep constantly on hand a wall selected
stock ot ii.'s.-iiii,. .-1 - .
READY MADE CLOTHING.
...,.!-. .. . JOHS HUNTER.
I juS3-dly i 820 South High , ,
V'
OJlaPTHCIVG,-...
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
THE OHIO - ' : ' "
MerchaiitTailoring& Clothing Co.1
tl.
!aV6. 185 OPERA B0V8X BLOCK,'1 '';
i ' -. Columbus' Ohio.
a' 7FRR WEW STOCK of CLOTHS.
tmjsnmttrAtl- OTBrCOfttiTlff Aliri VeBtiDsffl. both
f oreign vna iramwuo, ior r oui uia it ihwjc woar.
;i GENTLEMEN OF FASHI01T. ;
Win alnri ini both oar materials and our work
to be in the height of the nod.. ; Ws snail spare
no pains m producing tne most elegant ana iasn-
lonabie garments to be lound any wneio. . "
;.. ,EEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Of which a great part is maaufactored by ourselves
1& the lataal. and mMir..kinn,Kl. aiimm will
ays be found en our shelves, in. all tba Varieties
" a, a vary low priees. ..i
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, alwara Vni nn ,.a
... . , .y&X,&Wfi-. S'operintendent.
Riun Treasurer.
:
.1.
it
i .5. , 4. -j s .v! .7;-.i j-..-.. n
COJIPI.ETE i COAL
COOKING STOVE, combining a larte oven.
baKinc Qualities, ceaaty ot.desiffn. eoonomi
of fuel, ah(i cheapnessvfor Sale by the mannfsc
turers, who have a one line ot .Wood iWukins
Stores and Hollow-ware.
G1U, A REEVB
1 e.
deczs eodlm-r
' 80 North High St.
Great Bargains ia Boots and Snbes
$ II E P A R I afc nORIGGBS,
! -" tfn-' lfil Rnnth TTio.li BfrBBt.'-' 'i ' ' '
TI"f OR DEB TO REDUCE OTJK PRES.
ent etock and make room for NEW SPRING
GOODS, we will sell, without regard to cost, our
entire stock of
Ladle'. ,
Bllaaea' and.
' Children's Boots and Shoes
At prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers. We
have also a fine assortment of
Boys' and Youth Boots aneLShoea,
, Whioh we are selling cheap for cash.
Gentlemen's Fine French Calf Box.
, t ,...., d Boots v,.,
made to order. AaT Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly ad neatly exeoutea .
jaul3-du , . .. oat.rA.tiki a aunittttt.
$25,000 REWARD !
W WILL BE PAID BY vi
PROF. , Hi EMRICH,
At the Coxvilla Soap and Oil Works; "
iix sort &o&,x,
To any one wbo has used the WATER PROOF OIL
RI.AIK lltfl.1 .nnnir...lTN TH: UK..4T IN
THE WORLD. ' .
Hs ri-fers to Oov. Hayes. J. H. Klippart. Jndge
Puah. D. Searles.at Hayden's Rolling Mill: C. 8.
Glenn. Secretarr Cou .tr agricultural Society:
Fred, reiser, of the w estbote; spivms, ot the
Statesman; J, O'B Ren nick, the Old V lrginia
Fox Hunter, and thousands of other of the citi-
xens of Columbus. . - ; lanlB dlw
i t v Sheriffs Sale, r . T
Wm. H.Dunniok) 1 " Court of Common Pleas
.- T . J.;. .' - Ot -.1 - .
Maria Ivy. Franklin county. . r , ;
TY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IN MY
SJ hands in the above sta'.ed case from said oourt
to me directed, t will ofler for sale at tie door of
the (Jou, t House, in thecity of Columbus, on .'
Thursday, the 2Sth day of January; A. D.
' 1 . ' uses, -
at 10 o'clock A. M a lot nf household' furniture,
oonsistiag oi one bureau, three bedsteads and bed
ding, two rooking chairs, oane seat and wood chairs,
di-hes, Stan is, stove and lurniture. table, one large
mirror, clock, carpet, lounge, curtains. As., taken
as the property of Maria Ivy, to satisfv said exe
cution. ' ' E. G4VER,
Coroner, acting as Sheriff.
Printer's fees $5.75. .. .. ., ,.. janlS-dtd
DR. i H. C. , HELMIOaK;
Gives special attention to all DiEeaBea'of the '
Thro a t'! & L u ti g s ,
i : -.1 ,;-t. r (v. : t" .i :l n ilaw .--. J
ANO DISEASES 0 j A. -
OFFICE !o. 155 North Itlgh Street.
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janlS-eodly COLUMBUS. 0E10. -
'. i s .: i ." ' : r ' 1 1.: ;
... For Sale or Rent.
T-A " ' : ' ' - ' .' ' 1
HE DESIRABLE PROPEBTI BE-
longinf t Mary E. Kent deceased, situated) on
Mound street, near 7th, oonsigting of a convenient
house, wood shed, &-. a a spacious lot ninety
feet front, one hundred in depth. Good cistern and
well, fruit trees and flower garden' on ths -premises.
Far prise and .terms; enquire at W. R. Kent's
auction rooms. corner Town and, Fourth.- jan7 dtf
-Valuable Residence for Sale.'
I .f- ' .''-"I . 'lll.l... . ,.,..-..!
CITTJATED OV BKOADWAY, BE.
U tween High and Third streets, containing
Imnl.MAmi hath hnnt. w i I-tin. m tA .nM tes
ter.. Also, improved range and, furnace,. Posses-
or price end terms', apply at this office."''1' ''
iao7-dtf oj .'.v -niiii i nimia . u i.i n v., i
-. " -. - . OFFICE Of THE ,
Columbus, Chic aqo A Indiana Ckh. R't Cof.
; tOLUHBUB, u., Jannary utn, lsou. y
THE BOOKS FOR THE ' TRANSFER ' OF
X tbe Capital Stock of the Oolumbus, Cbicago
Indiana Central Kailwayuompany will bes-oaed
ontbesvening of January 2M. 1W33, and remain
closed until January 3010,1869.. j , M , v -t -)
jan'l-d(d GORDON- MOODIfi; Sec'y.
.rvVATCHESVAND OEWELRV.' .'J
F. A.1 & i L. . LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AMD' DEALERS IK a; 7 j 1'
W A T G il E,S
JEWELRr, :
CLOCKS,:. J . ; i.
.T''.isMiaTEI Md
PLATED WARE,
: -i 1
CASES, v
:,.i
SPECXACKaES,
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: .1 ; i : .i-.i.
CUTLERY,
' GOLDPESS, ;
PPCKET-BOOK.S aod
.11:1
i
:t .rr i;-..: OPERA GLASSES
; ; u;in endless vARiEti'
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment oft
Seth Thomas' and Waterbury Clocks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
... i; tor tne .
- ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY..
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
i os (French and Geneva) in full supply at r
. low rates. .
' Aw" All orders promptly tilled and1 satisfaction
guaranteed...
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX.
- febl4-eodly No. 71 South High St.. Columbus.'
HOTELS.
FRAIKLli HOUSE,
. . (Recently Merchant's Hotel,) , ; " : ' -'
Not 830 1 and 838 South High Street,
l ,iJ., COLUMBUS. ,OMO.i A "
THE rifDEBSlGNkD, FOB, A'Nrn.
X ber of years proprietor of the National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure in announcing to the
publio that he has leased the above named House
for a term of years,-b)i it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire now furniture, and
is now r.iulv' for tbe reoentien . ;of saests. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience in the hotel business and
his determination td devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
ssfaetion to all, who may f nvor him wit.fi their pat
ronage. ' H.REYNOLDS.
N. B. A 3nloon and Restaurant is attached
the Hons-; also, extensive Stabling, attended
competent anq attentive uusuers, , . . Jit a. it,
ST. JAIVSES HOTEL,
! Fourth Street, near Itlaln, '
CINCINNATI, OHIO.'
BKNBT, P. ELIAS,1- - . ; Proprietor
rriHia POPULAR HOUSE: CKWTRAM.w I.O.
I .ijm! and convenient t.n Knain.aa .nil tn
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place ior persons visit ing the citr. -No pains will
be spared U make the stay ol guests pleasant
NEW ' AND
EOod
ever.) particui . niyui-aooi
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1.-0111 fill I'iNOa'ilaSi 0-iJ" in;-'.-'
it EJJliiiLa. clMlLLD U UUiL&JsXUJlV
i, I ,. HDnPBBES is ii J i
. nosiEOPATinc specifics
-1 TTATK PROVED: FROM THB HOST A1IPLS
1 ,. experience, an entire snccess: Simple.
experience, an entire snccess: Simple.
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
mi ana jimisoie. auey ere in
perfectly adapted to popular use.
only Medicines 1
j so simple that mistakes cannot be made, .tat K
using thau : eoliarmless as to be free from dan-
- - .... . v. l i 1. 1 - "
J Thevbaveraisedtbehiirbestcommen.
r, ttl'U .U c i,n i i. ma. w w. .in.,, itiiauio.
IO.U
tion from
I all, and will always render satiauctioa. . . . '-
i Ho. ' Cents
. 1, Coras Fewer, Congestion, Innammations.as ; .
' V.-, " e Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic ,
1 8. " ,CrylngHolicorTeetlilngof Infants25
. J; iDiarrBoraof Children or Adnlts..3B'
, 6, Dysentery, Griping, Billons ColicaS - -,
6, Cholera-morbns, Vomiting..... 35
1 ". Conghs, Colds, Bronchitis 35
8, !" .Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache..S5 r(
9, lIeadachesSickHeadache,VerUgo35
10, " . Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach. 36 ;'
11, ' "" Snnpressed, or Painful Periods... '
. 13. " Whites, too Drofnse Periods 35 .
13,-f . Croup, Cough, Difficult BreatMng:.25 .?
14, u -Saltl
Iiutum.1.1
ErvaipelAS.Ernotloiis25 .
15. ' Bhcumstlsm, Rheumatic pains. .35 .
15.
ai
juuuaoottarepuivpin via La.wxui amatont
Containing double quantitia taxkfor. ., vi .w.60
i -The following art altofM up in vialt and an ,
tent ai Uu tame price given below. 4,
18,
17.
' - Fever & Agile, Chill Fever, AgnesSO
alies, oiina or oieeaing.
50
18. "... Opthalmy, and sore or weak EyesSO
. i i n Catarrh jicute or chronic,lnflueDKa50
SO, Whooplng-Congh.violentcoughSO
91,' 1 Asthma, oppressed Breathing. 60
33, u u Kavr Discharn;es,impairedheariBg50
S3, . Scrof ala.enlarged glands,swelling850
;eneralDebility,
r.pnysicai1
uweaknessfiO
S5. w-- DroDHV. and scantv Secretions.. -..50
36,
: Hea-slckness,Bicknes8 from ndingSO -
, Kidney-Disease, Gravel ...GO
nervous Debility Seminal...
1 Jimlsslons, involuntary Dis-1
' charges.:.......... .......l 00
- XI, -
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49,
80
ST, ; "
83,
83, ,
84,
Sore Mouth, Canker... 50
Urinary Weakness, wetting bed50 -.
Palnfnl Periods, with spasms. .GO
Suneringsat change of life......! 00- -
Kpiiepsy,Spaems,St.Vitus,Dancel 00.
Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat -63 .
, IfAJfXix" CA.HES
Of 35 to 60 large wlala, moroee
or rosewood case, containing; ..
a specific for every ordinary
disease a family is subject to,
' aud boosts of directions.... l.... .
From $10 to 3S
Smaller Family and Traveling cases.
witn ai to z viais ,. ..irom ea to ss
ifics for all Private Diseases. both
Tor Cnrlnsr and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocketcases,$2to$5
L POND'S EXTRACT, i.; t ... .
Cures Burns, Bruises, Lameness, .
Soreness,Sore Throat, Sprains. Tooth- .
ache. Earache, Neuralgia, ltheuma
tism, Lumbaso, Plies, Bolls, Stings, '
Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the Lungs,
. Nose, Stomach, or of Piles; Corns, Ul
cer. Old Sores.
Price, 6 oz., SO ets. I Pints, 1.0O)
Quarts, 81.7S.
lr" These Remedies, except POND'S EX- -
- TRACT, by the case or single box, are Bent to '
any part of the country, by mall or express, free
- pf charge, on receipt of the price. -
Address Humphreys' Specific 1
Homeopathio Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 562 Broadway, New York.
Dr. HtmFHRBTS isconsulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, fat all forms of
'. disease. . r
' - FOB SAIJI BY ALL DRUGGISTS... i.
A fresh supply of the above always on hand and
ior sate oy -
S. E. SAMUKL.
A. J- SiiHUELLERand
. HUSTON A GARDNER.
' CAUTION.- . k. ,
All fresh and genuine Medicines have on the
bottom of the box, or in the cases, Humphreys'
Speci6c4, Homeopathic Medicine Company. Buy
no others. They are not reliable.
. . jyl3-deod&wly
iDrr Burton's Tobacco Antidote.
ARRAXTE TO &EMOTX AU. MSIRS TOK TOBACCO.
entM vesjeltiblt and hannteira. And is also an excellent.
petiiV. Tl pttrijus abd enriehts the blood, iDVipontfjrthS
iysteitv ptwbesaea. great, nourinmg ana wrengtntjniotfpow-
er, enacs the stomach to digest the heart rest foodyrnakea
leep reie3hing, and establiehes robus bealb. jfimaic
cheicef for tixty years tmrcd,.-Price Fiftventa per
box. lortVee. An interesting treatise on Uj-S injurious
effects of tcnacco. . vith- lists of testimonial references,
tc. SEJtT rase. Acents wanted. Addre?jr
10 !
UpU t. -U. A-asan, Jersfy city, ol
TESTIMONIiULS.
PtrtTstASTER'a TtriMfsr. I receivofl a boi of BTrrtoti
Antidote from Rey,X PHllonr ain tind it a ttfeetual
cure. . 8. GatshaV ConnottonQaVriaoa Co., Ohio.
Vhq THK tt & TftSaisoRT, Sjfretary't Office. Please
send a supply of .the Ajs lVoTt4. Th one rccrited ha done
it work sfjnELY. -.ip-. X" 1 X - e O: S. Edoaka .
From Hs Hii nnnts HntvTS PBTsov.-Oentlemei. ttt
inflaeace here having been of the appetita for tobac-
co by using Dr. Birrrbn's AfitNipte, ve desire tv supply for
the prisoners of this iDrtitjrtion.V i
JaOSEPH MAToVardeiVif K. H. Blatt Trim, '
A-B!ratBHs' KSTT,5vi-t-'al'iBuTton's Antidote for
Tobacco hat acmmpiimicd aU cluimtfor iL , , t -
W. iLixf, is Nut. Btmk.New Albsriy, Tod.
A CLKRGTaT AI'5 XESTIMOKT. Osf B0X. OT AXTXDQT:
-TBOIf ttf yOIaJCT 1HBADQHAKTXR8, -LxVlT, MASS. I
Hav gained Miirty-fiv potiTtds of JLfh in CftrV month by
winir 0a Bftrton's Antidote, and wfi fttrf ftobc,co
remoFedaXT ... . Wm, I. Iwit, Jr.
cTavr afbTJEWit. Bi
Md. Qrh box of Borton'i Antidote ttnaxed aU dmin for
the Wfjbd from me. I take pleasure in receniineadir it to
all or readers. , ' , JT. Y. slatkr, jc
ron SALE' BY' ALL OTUGGrSTS.
- JsCaution X Bo-are or jDjofioiu Counter-
AitA idvortisAii Yiw FTn inhii-trd. , , -
..I! ) ,71 : ? 7
- . The Oreal ATeaUclno tow the Ssilau euros
vritiioat fall, every Bclnd of aa.n!
, f.: Sightly ernntien: or Uae ,-..;
r.t ".-tiar ItehlBar. Irritatlno;, r . , ; i.,,
;;s;lj;il Irtl.fwtresafnB .eutaaeoua jj ,,. ,,
i- ij.: :(-;-. disease oaaar aca .,.JiU.. , ..
.tl. .lT...r.tfceir"f -J.1 !"ll J 1.
i " ai hum meirriir vxf itTtcra ne iwii iHnii vino
Han. and T nnt nnm tonkin. :t miifm like a rami." wrft
Oharlen E. Noble, Oenerar Agent of Siicfa.Ceiilrml
a. it., iij liroaawayix.i..
We find it antHVabtabl ramedjgfor Tettr efc.,"
write Higley Bros., Urugisto, Fairtfeld, Iowa.
.r ! t ktme-tritd ifoHrvatwxbte remedy for Barber
. Itch teith great mccesa," writes Q W. DusMUt, of
" Leomiustor, Maes. j .-?,,., i. .
Bend foi irciilrVi 'Price; W ct. antii.l,):
! V ?ired ffttly oyr &ytGS PA.LMEB, : Ul
t'l-'- 'j West rbhr' Street, Wnrfnnal tx'
R ;' For sate fcy DraggisU geiierally;.i4li y !, f
' iepWI-deodiwly 1 r "' "'
,;: .BOOK SBINDEBIES.
,:. ....... 500,000, , nis
! BOOKS WANTED FOR - BIXDKG.
HAVE YOU
A NT BOOKS, IWAOtZINES, SHEET
A. MUSKJ. Ac. Ac, that yon wish to have
hnnnA in la niee firm binding, oromotlv.- at
prices?. Books sent for and returned to any part
the ai(y by giving notice through postoffice, or
Franklia Steam Book 'Bindery
l:, -J " i . - .iANB.I;-! T'ri '.(l.'' '.r.
BLANK B00EJT1NTJFACTOEY
One of the largest anij best appointed Binderies
tne state.
Booms '34, 3S, S8 North High Street,
(Over Messrs. Kevins A Myers', and Statesman
. (Steam rrinung Omces.) . ,
BLANK BOOKS! . ... , : '
,., ULAIK BOOKS!! .' .'r, .
BLANK BOOKS !
Of every description and quality, from the hishest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, ana superior worgmansnip,
at the lowest prices. -r.. utA.
Vraers irm oiudvibi uauni., nin;uais,
and all Offioers reqoirlng 6TJPEhlOR BLANK
UUOKS. will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention.
lour patronage respectfully solicited. '
N. W. LEFATOR, '
' oct3-deod6m Proprietor.
; SIEBERT& LILLEY,
Blank - Book MaDiifacturersj
PRINURS, BINDtnS ANU PUBUSHtKS.
Special attention paid, to manufacturing first class
J i BLANK BOOHS -i
of every description, with or without printed Head-
ings, for ..-- i - i
COCBTT OrFICKBB, MEBCH ANT9, If ANtTrAOTCBIBS,
S Pull sets of Books -made on short notice.
vvnnm HS1V yotiraia a.bui.vuuu. ... j
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouly COLUMBUS, Off JO.
ttlOBABL HALM.' : I CH Alt LIS 0. BELLOWS.
0. r. L. BUTLKB.
IIAUtl, BELLOWS Jc BUTLER,
FURNlTURt!WARE-ROOMS
-Nos. 818 A; 218 South High St.,
. COLUMBUS. OHIO.
(7Air esrensies Manufactory is at the loot
South street, on the Canal.)
' Their business transactions, both WholesaJeand
Ketail. new extend throughout tne states oi unio,
Pennsylvania ana Indiana., whey manu lecture
PARLOR, -BEDROOM DININGROOM, - HALL,'
n . . .. . KITCHEN FURNITliRE j
fif all AiaiaaAfl ainrl Averr deaien of StlDeriiTr wnrtr
uiaosDip aod fioieh. - Also. Carte-beat Chairs
everv aencnpnon, n uuioautj uu xvautu, ,.
vlebecdly -
fi:ij
Jfil n!itv4'ttt4.Vi;
lA-.i..
;r I ' I rltlliXiilAJlD XXOHiXtmHU I'o:ij p(
RICHARD NEVINS:
i - iC. at. FLOOD, , ,., J maV' ,
COX.TJMJ3 LJS. OHIO r
THrRSOlT IWOBN1N43, L '.. JAN.II.'
News and Otherwise.
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i The Jirt.Wt.wit 'fMtabllsuec'.In Italy
i bfisETT-MVK deaths occured id Chicago
last week. .,.:;:n;A", "- :
Th Suez canal-Is to be finished by the
first of October.;,: 'l-V ' ' .'
iNew York wants to run her street jail-
way cars by steam. ?.'' '"f- -0
' Whitk Csmeijas la New,,York city,
sell at l-60 a piece. - ' . - , ..
Tara Detnocraey of JTew Hampshire bold
their State Convention to-day... ;.:, a
Nasby is said to have cleared $26,000 this
winter lecturing. We doubt it. "
r Fkbderick -William Krummacker, the
celebrated Prussian divine, is dead.
Thk Democrats of Connecticut will, un
doubtedly, renominate Gov. English.
Pennsylvania pays an average yearly
8 ilary to her school teachers of $195:' .
Detroit has had a case ol " love at first
sight," which resulted in an elopement.
John Cowan, of Cleveland, came to his
death by suffocation, in a white lead vat.
Hon. James J. Faran, of the Cincin
nati Enquirer, was in the city yesterday.
The immense tree in Calaveras county,
California, is supposed to be 2.565 years
old. '; - . -
Fouk of the largest bnsiness bouses in
Leroy, Minnesota, have been destroyed by
fire. ' ' '.'
Robert Buchanan Is reading his own
poems to delighted audiences . In Scot
' A pemalb beggar in Nashville has clear
ed one thousand' dollars in less than three
years.. -.-. . j(K i.j
: ; About four tons of human hair are sold
yearly in New York, at Irom $15 to $10 an
ounce.- T 5. ' - ,.
Gen. Grant declines the hospitality ol
thecity of-Baltimore, voted him by the
Council. - .
All the prisoners who recently escaped
from the Zanesville prison have been re
arrested, -yu ;l l. ;
. Thk police of St, Louis mado a raid, oh
the gambling houses of that city on Tues
day night. -."'.-'I t:i :-1 Ji.iJ ;- ! . -t
I One of the' wants of Bigham' Young is
to build a, $1,000,000 hotel on - the, joint
stock plan." . .' t i .in
- The tJBiversalist Society In ' Milwaukee
give Rev. Jif&s Acgusta Chapin a salary of
2,000-a year.'. J' '"- -. v " "'
Hankibal Hamlin has been elected by
tbe Republicans, to the United States Sen
ate from Maine. ,,:1 -
James GordeSBbnhkTt .clears one thou
sand dollars a tlay out ol his-Herald. Cpm.
tortaole Income;. --MV'-r-. ' 'jT
Austin, -GRBAVE8-of 'Zanesville, made
several ineffectual-efforts to shoot himself
uu Xlirauoj oiiwuuu. ' I,,.-. t I -jt. i ,-.-'.
Matt.1 H. Cabpentkb is the Wisoonsirr
Republican legislative caucaa nominee for
the United States Seriate;5 ' '
hGen. Sutler bas: given to a. jyietnoaist
and a Baptist church in Massachusetts $100
each;1 1 That can't save him.' ' " V
Hon. Samuel Shellabarqer lis' ; .hereby
tendered our -thanks foe a copy of the re
port of the Impeachment trial.- '.'s-n.-t
Sumner has been re-elected to tne unitea
States Senate bj1 tbe Massachuesetts Legis
lature, without material opposition. - '
Wm. Howes,. in, forraer years .associate
elltor of tbe St. Louis Republican, has
just died at New-Haven, uonn, wnitnerne
. r.. . 1, n 1 . V, - - . i
WCUb ta Ula ucaiu. mM
Thkrb is nQ use talking. . If a local ofll
cial caunot afford to take the local paper of
his party," the party cannot help put into
or keep him in office. That's all.-
jrTfjK, .Cypress, ot. Somma, in Lombardy.
Ital yi is believed, to have been in ex istence
at the time 'of Julius Ceasar42 -years be
fore Christ; and is, therefore, 1901 years
old.
The Ztnesville . Courier says that the
gentleman -in that city who had been mar
ried twenty-eigbt years without becoming
a father, has, alter all, only got to be
grand uncle. '
. . A' colored man, named Frank Norr
man, has sued for $10,000 damages because
he was ordered away from tha table
the steamer, Carrie BrookSj on account
being a negro. . v, ;;; i,a utian'i
The receipts -of the 'American Society
last year werd oyer nfty-one thousand do!
iars. The expenditures ot the society ior
the past three years were sixty-two thou
sand dollars in excess of the receipts .. -
Thk Toledo Blade says ' that country
merchants are "going up" with feartuf ra
pidlty, and iobbers "are suffering largely
What.wold haye prevented their "jjom
nni Greenbacks or a 10 per cene. interest
law?...-....i-.: . .-.im- ' -J A-
How do the Demooracy like Chief ,Jus
tlee3hase since his decision that TJ.' S.
bonds, notes, etc are not liable to taxa-Xiotx-Zanemille
Courier . , ( , . , .- . "
How do you like it? i -'
A -protracted - meeting, ot the M.
Church has been: in. session at Powers
Corners,during the past eleven weeks, 8ar-
iag which time over two hundred persons
have joined the- church. Warren: Constiiu-
Zack Chandler's SiGS-The Chicago
Post (Radical) wants to know if it be true,
as Harlan say!, $bat Chandler doesn't drink,
why he doesn't "take down- his. sign."
Chandler don't:' drink himself the De
troit Post says so but, perhaps, he believes
in it; and it is written, "theso signs shall
iollow those that believe." i -, ..'
Wk are iudebted to the Cincinnati Chron
icle for a copy of their almanac and 'year
book of important information, tori 1869
This is a very excellent publication,' com
prising, as it does, a summary' of 'the acts
of Cppgress, anA all important S'taSta, leg
isiation during the year 1868; a historyiol
the'present; Presidential t5ampaigri; full
and correct returns ot the '.'elections, State
and National; names, terms -4f office, sala
ries, etc, of United States and State ot
fleers; schedule of stamp -duties; census
statistics of the several States ; statistics
the different religions denominations ; pro
gress of various reform movements in this
and otherl'countrles scientific discoveries
and developments; important events ol
the year; new and . valuable xecipee, etc.,
etc also, a diary for the year.
i.mi nw
li X .c
The Fraud in Franklin County.
X A great outcry Was raised bjr'tlfe 'Radl-'"''
jcals because FranV-liri Country at 'theOcUi'"'
ber electidh gave to John H; TrfeVAS?;8ba,f
votes an' a 'majority c5,!07T'.',They,sa1d:
r that Franklin county did not contalri the
, population to give this vote and ' this rhs-r
jority that it was in great part frauduient"T
-arid people theryere here and through- " '
'put the State credulous' enough td BefteVe'
the lie. 'By referring to page 6(5 ofttie Aa-"
ditor of Stite's r:erl(forl8C . .
enumeration of male' inhabitants! in '-theV!a
State 'ovet.twenty-ohe' ye'ars of age, made ,-
in tne months of April ana May, 18GT, And
;by this enumeration itappeaVs tbaf Fyani-1'
'lln county had a wbite male p6pulatt6ri'of .
13,55 bver twenty-one: years of a'fire. ahd""
; 7ft tip the;Octdber election, more tha'nljnd '.
year tfcer this enumeration -was.taken, the" '
whole' vote'- polledwas ohiy,'lZ.333ii-6ne' '
thousand knd twenty less than" tb'e white -
".male population entWe;,toyote7at 'tfiil
cimvtuu vuv . llluiii, Jim. np fiuujuiu
the enumeration made tn this Ctohgresslon- '
ai District and the vote: thereto1 for; Con-' -'
irressman last Tear i ' '' L4" a'. .'".
fHarke. S759 ' 2493 CB5S '. 8475'
f ranklin 4731 .' TdU lSKtS ' 1335B .
Greene... ...3873 19113 ' 58)6 ' 4925 '
Madison ....lt15 1615 ---asas-- 31S -
.78
It will be thus-seen that while3 Fraflklln
fell short over one thousand of tbe vote she
TBhould have 'polled", Grtene "county "polled '
nine hundred and eleyen more votes 'thaii'1
this enumeration showed she ha(I hlti11
Kales over twenty-one years "6f igel"'
Where did Greene county get her Vdtefs'r6'3
Was her vote a fair, honest, legitimate vote?
Come, gentlemen, we 'Want 1in explana
tion; We w'aut the people td be informed
by what lairness fraijkliAis-jiarjjfilO -
polling a vote largely, te-excess of her male
population -over 'twenty-one,-when the
f.icts show that it' was short over one thou
sand; and how Greene is to-escape the im- -putationofdishorest
voting, wheaihelabU
show that she. polled , over "ilirijj? ;)lb.n&drd'
e vowjb man sue nas wnite voters. ..jj
,wtT U ,' f, i,U K?$.$iUU
ao i. I'-Jtt
lose
False Even to their Negro Allies.
of
.
of
i At the election of roembers to 'the pres
ent Congres,? in Louisiana,-1 a -fttpublican
kwlaW i. IC ...... -..i..1 Juki- ijLvf
Second .Districtrf got ,bi tcerti4tei4B4
was j-anked. among tha members. f.Con-t
gress. Jones, a rmocxatf j??!?,!!.
seat, '.with about as. much .'chanca -pi ,&&-t
cess as a- Radical, has of being translatedi -
to Heaven-iTbe grounds of the -contest'
was the reception of fraudulen'votes-'' '
negroes, carpet-baggers ,Freedmen's Bu- -
reau agents,, .anq otners wno naa po looai
habitation, in Louisiana.? The; same- reat .
sons, In a greater degree, existed In aH tha '
other districts, for the district" which the .
Republicans claimed Mann was elected to '
represent, went Bspubliean' ias' and
all thd other district Democral,i('showinz,
that in the' ootest where Jokes. wai1ti
cided not to have bee a elected,- thaw-tla
ipoiver was ft Repnblican bauds:'-''--1" IX
,.iio iuu juiaa, .uciui eu,, ucctilrup
tbe district,' died, and to nil the vacaneyvai
negrO was:'etectw3.iiThls' opened up1 -Cae
qnesttod wrrether tJieRadlcals yriviWiihWif
out their principles and 'their pledgesjhiacl
to their negro allies of. snaring: ntbe offices
with them.J Bap .false to everytbtrtgV.trjcy
r were"trea6her6t3 to, the "hegrfi He4'1 Vent
toasWhjgtQ,n, hjs, fin!9MtVmim
was presented and referred to. thle (K)maiM4
: tee n. Elections, bat'he wasnbt'swora -1
as' a member; The'certificate-bf electfon l
i f,l-' JL3 '' ''J i "!'' ik-L
: always vviuuuuc-ruM&yuf.vf.wa.taop,
but this was disregarded. . The floilOMiinnj
' from the Cincinnati Chronicle '-ffical
; foreshadows the resul',
i '-Menard, tha colored mn.n. 1a mf. . lilu.lv
tdiret the Congressional seat..tor which b
claims to have been elected t tiUlbe -va-
, cancy pccasioned by thedeaOiof Mi.Maaa
t At tne time pi tne laiter's oeatn, tnese ap
i a contestant, named. Jones. -.whose caaahad
, not ' been' decided.' The evidence.) goes
snow tnaif, Jones was lairly yeinGtAdt, auq a
declaionju.bis .(ai.leaTeji 993Wt8FMt
Menard .tp fll,, noij .uiJl tobuoii
-:U Mank; (Republican) -whose: vacancy
Menahd, the Tlegro,' was eUcfcei tb'flil,,lak
'iiot legMly . jil w.htef js
puhlicah, membes of .Congress -frtimflLetii-siana
in the preseiitCongress ectKferl etfbls
seat.' That 'dfstrtct'wajtnt '
gave a Rep'ubncan.rpajoritj'at'ts eleotion
last fall the only one in cwbicblbaRadi
cals have tlrashadow- df ai Shade '! a
chane,"!n a' re'tt 'electlbn.oNkstttWi
crat, will b awarded tle fteat, aotbf caue
the Radioai.cximmttf en j:iectloh. think
that Jones is entitled tojfbe seatl'MffW
"caiise -ihey do nrji''ish "to carfyouijTno
Itlcs the principles', jof.ihe aMrtya.itatwa
of negro. Congressmebt negro' Jasdges slid .
negro' Legislatures;! exiet v5ey tfie
ter are neefissaryjbj
trine in the States of the :South.u-iJ'i'ix
'. We never believed that the" negfcT 'Mei
ard would 'geti fi'Sfeat,' "and hence,"ve
, looke'd with stoVne anxiety to see tlie'excuse
"the Radicals' ltf!llrogj;wpafd'.1ibU'eto
get, rid, q! bijn JoijiKSi would never, have .
got bis seat but for the fact that- the liegfo
claimed it, and tpie smell of the negro, in tSe
House' Of .Represen tatiyes. .lnGpflg)ressfcs
highly 6ffeAsiv.e to men wba'prstte-of juan-.
hood : suffrage, and -'manhoodrinaiirlciv-tioh
fdr office, irheh it does notrcome b-
itween the wind .ind their nbbilify.rl',a
The negro Menard, thus badly treated
. in the house of bis pretended 'friendrys a
mulatto, ot that shade that Ohio Jadges' of
the Supreme Conrtf. say Is i vshUe citizen
of the UnitedStatesf ; yet the Shellabar
gees, the Delanos, ' Egglestons, :Buj-
: hams, Gapftelds, Spaldinqs, et ali, of itfae
Radical party in Congress from Ohio, "who
claim bat the monstrous decision of tfie
Courts that black is white, refuse to associate
with this white negro refuse to allow him
to mingle with them in debate and in voting,
or to sit by their side in Congress. .-A ne-
- gro is a good enough whiteman'to vote the
; Radical ticket, but not good nouji$ "tJbe
a member of Congress wbile.lbcse Aeft
smelling Radicals hate the-honor to hold
seats in thatibody-sa'ft -:o s - .
i.The negro population ;oflhiijcit are
under a pledge, wheri . theyet thp rlghf o
vote, to: vote the Badic'al "ticket; rlgbir
y rpng.,hen ttbs'; pledge -was .made,4be
silly souls thought that they we'ffhe
1 blesstd iwltri negro shffrageltt Ghlij'.' j
The leaders of tbe Radical party held
the word ol promise to the eai' Kbilp, they
' broke.It to the hop'e.'Tjie n'eg'r.oes spent
. their money to elect Gov. Haves Aod t he
Radical Ticket, but to them ind for their
darling hope, K Was bioney sp.eniii .vatn.
The Radicals are false to. (heir . negr(,alljs,
, A3: they have proven tlinelve falae to
every promise made and pIedgi"giveht-no
it is end so will it be In "a party thai has no
honest principles to keep It together, land as
John; puis ct . ,ADAMs''pnceJ said 'yPffye
Rhode Island ',Whig4,'jtheir onlys cement
-Is a sympathy of liatred to any maa 'of
purer principles than themselves, ik ""t?
.... 1.1 j... i - ui j- ,A v.lt .
( Hon. 9bobqs: &.Taoun''.wAs)oline
city yesterday,' l&okl'ng after someqases he
has in the Supreme. (Jourt -We have never
I seen him look" better, or in better iicalth
.AjQiZV 1U1 1 laa.w .

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