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The Ohio Statesman Company.
E. B. EMIELMAN,
COLUMBUS,.OHIOlr
TUESOiy )fOlO,Ii - SEPT. 12.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
r'i'.'i'l t.ifiid i'OB eAVsWJOB,' ..hi a.fT
enebai. enoitoe w. siohgan,
M-uli(iiiii: yof Enos Coonty. ii i; -i':.. -t '.
Oft 'mm t.rariiAW;iiWjfon' " 1
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"WILLIAM LANG,'
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of Seneca County, "
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1,lIHLADELPH. VAN THUMP,
i))'ii ! i of Fairfield County. ,.;i:,i.:'
-v! 3 l!i furBBn m (taoahot), :
U'-'iilt'.i'i THOMAS H. lEIi'-'i'"'1
"" , 'ofHamilton County.-!
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ATfOHNir eitntiiAw' "
ol Mahoning County.1
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U'l H'!. I! . (Ogj,,,,, C0MMI8M0OTR,
;';,;,.' of pioiuw., coty..
f .. , ,'. , BOARB Of fOBLID WORM,.;!, ., (;(..
.v.,j.. X CHARLES BOESEL,, ,-i Liti'l
,r;i.!; ,,;.'.. of Anglais. .Coast?.' in. oil -jiio v
etBRi? ;m vpaiwa eorBT'!'ri!
... niwiKi, haha -
' of Vinton County. " ' ' !,'!"
FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
-JOHN R.
. MARSHALL.
ADlfl U
, liitiliS.
Marty WILLIAM DOMIOAN.
CUrh o Cfearts THO MAS S. 8HEPABD.
7wurifW0SbPH FALKKNBACfl. , , '
.swdtfer-THOM.AS ABMOtD. ...
Ma4Milmv-JAMKS W. BABBEE. ' .. ...
fumarf JHnotott KKDZVLlQ. BZC&.u ,)
jjwwmt ELIAS GAYER. , :n fi....i ' !
Atrvtt-W..7. BBOWN. -
Ar Jeaator-A, T. WALLING, of Pieke-
v way County, -i i i
DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN.
FRANKLIN COUNTY EX. COM. ROOMS.
COLUMBUS, Sept. 4, 1865.
.The following meetings are announced,
The Oommittee hoes every Democrat will
now go to work. 1 There never has been ft
time when our country anu liberties. .re
quired us to be more diligent. We want
every-man now to do his duty, and we be
llfeve1 that ' the Second. Tuesday of October"
will,' frown us. with, victory., ...., (i. .
.The. speakers announced will nil their apf
polntmenU promptly.' ' " Si
iiahir'iT. SDtemklr 18th. fl clck
f. l.t .bCHLl.N. 8roakn-W,' Bi Bukin.
IhOKbparniw.Ju. h. V righu
Raiarin EveniMi September IBth. T
o'clock! WORTHiVOTON. Sp.alwrt-W.B-
I LI- T I T.i IT XklrAtiUr
Batnrdar Sept.' lSh,2 o'clock P. JK.i
tiROVKPORT. Speaker Geo. L. C'onroree,
John I.. Ureeii. ... .-, ..
Saturday Eyelnr, Aeptembcv Ath, T
'clock.: LOVtili iURX. Speaker Goo. h.
Co .Ter. Jfonn L. Green. - J l
SAtnrdy. dept. 18th, e o'clock: P. n.:
H4HKI.SBUKU. Kieaker-. B. EhliDn, ri.
Sata'aarETenlnft Septeaaoor leita.T
O'clock: ,KUVJi CliX. Bpeaksn Jt. B
Einelman. 9. W . Andrewa, a. J. W ylio. .
alardir. Sent. IRth. ft o'clock P. Tit.
BEW ALKAN I. Sprakera Judge A. G. Thar-
taaa,B.F.tiiBCliam,JiMC.uaritn. .
Batordar Eitalad Beotoaaoer IBth.
'clock: BLAVK LICK ST A HOW. Speak
jrfi.Ji , ilimbain, Mtl. wrun. ... ...
ADDITIONAL APPOINTMENTS.
FRANKLIN COUNTY EX. COM. ROOMS.
COLUMBUS, Sept. 9, 1865.
Tjie folio wlnp; meetings are announced
Ba'nrdar. Sptenbr 83, 2. o'clock P
"I.: Kb r ISOLDS liUKU. Speakers-E.
Eifaelman, John L. irea '"'' :
BAttardar EtohIiii'. Savtomoer fS,
'c4ck: GEHANNaH. Spaaker-E.B.Eh-
lnMO.Joaaii.UrMn. -,- k, . ,,r
ait HILLIARD'S STATION. Speaker Geo.
h. Uonveree, Ju. K. W rigtil.
flatatdar Ereaiaii September 83,
alork: ALTON. Bpeakera Uoe. L. Cion-
aarte.Jat.1.. Wrigbt ... .. .
Jaekaoa Townehlp, Satardar Ethb.
laa. WoBlviaoer 2ii. T o'clock: TOWS
SUIP HOUSE. Speakeri-E. F, Bingham, John
D, ournew, n . B. naaxin, ,
miimdav F.TexInr. Sentember ' SS.'
o'clacal FKANKLINTON. Kpeakert-E. F;
Binibam. E. B; Enielman. i l : if .'!
TaAudar F.Taalaar. Septenaltar BO.
o'clock: NORTH COLL'SlBUd. Speaker
Ge.oL. Uonrerse, V. Loweustein.
Fraaalta Townehlp. Tneaday Eton
Inr, September 8A.T o'clock: BRIGG8'
SCHOOL H0U8E. Speaken-Jobn L. Vraen,
W. 8. V frentiM.
Frrr Towaahlpt Taeeday F.vealntr.
MftBtaialMip 9ii. 1 a'elock: KINNEY'.-
SCHOOL HOUSE. Speakers S. W. Andrewi.
E. T. DeLaug. '
By order of the Committee. .
.
SAMUEL KILE, Secretary.
Democratic Meeting.
Hon, Wm. Lamo, Democratic candidate
for Lieutenant Governor, will address the
people of this city on Wednesday evening.
September 13, from the front of the Court
House.1 Let there be a full attendance. .)
G. Volney Dorsey Arrested—The
Treasury Closed!
We have been credibly Informed that on
yesterday (Monday) afternoon Volwet
Dorsst, at the Instance of Governor An
snsojr, with the concurrence of the An.
ditor of Bute and the Comptroller of the
Treasury, was Arrested. on the charge of
having embeitled fund belonging to. the
State; and that Mr. Dorset warred an ex
amination and entered Into bonds In a sum
equal to his official bond, for his appearance
at court, v We bavei Yurthermore, been In
formed that Mr. DoRSXTTetains and refuses
to deliver the Inside key of the Treasury,
while the Governor holds the outside key,
The Governor has an advertisement in The
Statesman this morning;' laying that In
consequence of Ct.yptiuT Dorset having
been'removed from office, the State Treasur
ry will be closed xtntil bis . successor Is p-
appplnted, qu&lifled and is.ready to iake
charge of the efflciu J-t-i'-s. "----
charge
'
The Abolitionists Trouble in
The Abolitionists Trouble in New York.
The nominations made by the New York
Democratic JState Convention had thrown
the Abouuon politicians er, uat, ute into
considerable tribulation, and quite a num
berDf fhem posted off ta Washington City
to ascerta.it whether something can not be
done at that city to help -them out of their
extreijilty.,, Ai last accounts 'nothing had
oceuritd to render their case more hopeful
Sam. Galxowir, in hU speech on Bator?
day alteruoon, said that our colored bank
er, Joe Quarls, Esq., was more entitled to
the elocUve franchise than a' democrat.
We say, that Joe ii better looking, more
honorable, and would, no 'doubt, if Be had
tta right of suffrage, use It conscientiously,
which is; more than bant does. ZmttvilU
fi'ftwdl r "i 't.i.ii. i : u'jC '
or
do
do
An Abolition Journal Rebukes the
Ohio Abolition Journals for Decrying
General Morgan.
' We direct the
the reader, to an editorial we reproduce
frorttae New York Timet, September 7, en
titled "Military Services and Political ofH
jes.1' . In It the yoYorkT(tnu admlnlsterj
a most scathing and deserved rebuke to the
" partisan Republican Journals In Ohio
which do not scruple to assert loudly that
-Gen. MorqahV military career was every
thing that was disgraceful," and it can not
see that General Morgan's "present posltlou
- as Democratic candidate for the Chief Mag
istracy of Ohio, blois out that honorable
record that he had made, or proves him to
have been an imbecile leader, n military
quack, or an epauletted poltroon.". , .
Suoh Is the character of a large portion
of the Abolition .press in this Statel xtbatj
they can not see any merit .in any'pronil-bent-
man if he shall act with the Demo
cratio party; and if it should happen that
he would accept the nomination to a leading
office at the bands of the Democratic party
there Is no end to their defamation, of hlui.
Wlien General Moroak was In the military
ervicej,and after he had effected his mas
terly.jre treat tfoni,, Cumberland Gap the
Abolition: press then! pould scarcely "find
words sufllcieptlj strong and eloquent to
represent It as' one of the most brilliant
achievements of modern times.. To turn t6
their files of that day and read their edi
torials In; rerd to Gerierl'MoROAK,'the
eohcluslon'a, perapn would tiaturally. 'draw
therefrom, would be tliat there was noeucb.
General as General GeoEaa W. Mokgas
hat nowVhdwever, that he Is the Democratic.
candidate, for .Governor 6f,OMo, they .can
scarcely find words adequate to fjecry Mm
as- tiilltaTy; bfflcer;- Thts course Is any.
thine but combllniehtary to their Journal
tstie candor or. honesty. . The people Wii
hardly sustain them in thedefamation of as
true, brave nnd capable a soldier as ever en
gaged In the military servicq. ; . .. ,; '
There Should be a Change.
: The more Petib Odlis's report, as Spe
cial Examiner bf the Stated' Treasury, and
G.yoLKkv Doksey's. explanatlttn. thereto,
are read, the more apparent does it become
that there should be a change of officers in
the State Ilouse.. The officials 6f the; party
In power seem to have acted on the idea,
that the offices were created for their spe
cial benefit, and not tosub3erve the inter
ests of the State,. Doubtless,' the thought
has ever been present . with them,.' How
much can I make out ot the office, and. not
expose my self particularly to public cbn-
demnation ? , Mr.1 Dorset asserts that bre
Tlous Special Examiners, and the. Legisla
ture did not have ahy objection to make to
the manner in which he conducted the af
fairs of his' office; and, therefore, be feels
that injustice has been done him by bis
party friends at this late day, for now ex
posing his transactions to public reprehen
sion. Had Mr. DonsEY conformed strictly
to the requirements of the law, he would
not be in his present unpleasant predica
ment. We have no doubt that there are
other gentlemen who are now engaged in
abusing the "Copperheads'! from the stump
who would figure no more, enviably before
the public than does Mr. Dorset,: could
their transactions during the past four
years be laid before .the public. .Common
people, who have not been very particular
ly educated in figures, are at a loss to know
how men have grown rich in lour years on
small salaries, while, living has been high.
The Inference is, that there has been goug
ing somewhere. :i ' j ' : :'.-
The Governors's Duty and the
Duty of the People.
1 A great many persons perhaps we may
truly say the great mass of the peoplesay
that It is the duty of Governor Anderson
to at least cause G. YoLNBt Dorset to va
cate his office. The jGevernor's duty is
very plainly defined in the law, so that he
can got misunderstand it, even if he were
inclined to do so. , Inasmuch as he has "no
friends to reward or enemies to punish,'!
we flatter ourselves with the belief that he
will do his' duty fn the matter unflinching
ly. . Governor Anderson, ho wever, la not
the only person who has a high: duty to
perform. As Imperative a duty is devolved
on the people' as on him. , That duty is to
change all the State officers that can be
changed this fall through' the ballot box.
The whole business of the1 State, as It has
been conducted . tot the past four years,
needs a moat complete overhauling. There
needs must be a regular "honse-cleanlng,"
alnd to do' it np properly there in ust be new
hands ' employed ' who will roll up their,
sleeves and go at it in' dawn right earnest.
Essential to the proper doing of this work,
it a Democratic majority in both branches
of the Legislature. Tn that body we want
men of boldness and 'unbending honesty
no more men who can be Induced to allow
Treasurer of State's vlola'tloti'of a very
important law to go unrebuked pr uncom
plalned of. .Suppose Governor Anderson
does suspend G. Volnet Dobset as Treas
urer of S tate, and the people shall .elect, as
his successor, Sidney S, Warner, a hanker,
how are matters bettered Xot In the least.
They are rather aggravated. ' The people
must take this matter In hand and defeat
Mr. Warner and all the Abolition candi
dates with him. This Is tAeir duty, i-: .';
-in '. . ' 1 : .(jiii j
a
I
Haven't Observed the Law.
ACOOraiuJt Hi, BO.I avuhbsx d veeiiiiuuuj-,'
none of his predecessors In the State Treas
ury since' . Bbeslin, 'ob8erved( the ; present,
stringeat Treasury Uvfh JJr. tone was.
Mr. Dorset's immediate predecessor. -t Hef
therefore, did not observe the law.1 His dis
regard of that law led tohls disregard of the!
law for the government of the Internal Rev
enue office at this city. The result was defalk
cation and suicide. Is it not time that the
peopU elected men who would strictly,
np to their bath: of bfnce--men wh
satisfied with the salary .the office,
and will not enter the arena of speculation
wUb the funds of the people? J : ' : t! - ;
Exchange.
JA a w,lna t. la tin. aIaa wllAfllav'tlta
j iVVUUJV U11UU. IV w v. uwh .... .......
Exchange that was furnished Mri Dorset
oh BTew,,Tork :t par, With,': which to pa'i
the interest.on the State Debt, by the Banks
ln"whlchhe had deposited large! iami of
money belonging Jo the State, wis furnlsh
edio the S(ate at par. It la thfi Jimpressfon
aomev whether wrongfully cftncelved we
not know, ' that the present board of
Fund Comfulssionera allowed' Mrj I)ome
something for that Exchange.. If (hey did
so Mr.i Dorset surely made tooney out
[From the New York Times, Sept. 7.]
Services and Political
Offices.
V One of the things we earnestly hope will
not be done in future political campaigns
in which Generals are the candidates lor
public office, is the showing by one party
that the candidate of the opposing party
acted to a tool, a coward, or a charlatan
during the war. There Is not an officer of
any grade who has not his enemies; and
however great and valuable a soldier's ser-vI.-m
to the country mav have been, there
are men who always stand ready to slander
hlhVby imputations the most ehamet-es r
and the officer must, have had a career, re
markable indeed who . has, not dene, some
ttilnir or left Something undone, who has
hot uttered some phrase while awake or
mumbled some words while asleep, upon
which malignanoy could bAPe falsehood
sumcientiy piausioie to nnq Dcijeyens ana
especially during a ceatea ponucai cam-
nalim. . ' .' " L ' ' St I
, la Ohio, in the present gubernatorTat eahj
vass, the candidates of both the Republlcao
and Democratic parties re Union UeneraK
and each of them served In the late war,
General Cox, the Republican candidate,
achieved distinction In the early part of the
war in Western Virginia, and served , with
distinction till hostilities closed. General
Morsran. the Democratic candidate, won
jiigh honor in 1862, by an ingenious piece
oi Btraiegy, mrougn winou iiecapiurru inn
rebel wtronfibold of Cumberland Gap, in
East Tennessee, nd as Into si December
of 18(13. he took a leadih nart In the terrific
assault made on the northern iUteiises of
VicUbnrg by-General Sherman. Suiieri ng
from disaouity, ne,iast year, ien, ine army,
and snbseauent to that event became a con-
vurt in the Hnntflnpa i.f r.hn T't'linA riartVl-
We do not see, how ever? ttliat" either thnM
circumstance, or his, present position as
Democratic candidate ior ine cniti diukib
. tracv of Ohio, biota owt the honorable fie
ord that he bad made, or .proves him to have
been an imbecile leader, a military quack.
or aa epaa letted poltroeavi Yitvn m
to see mat tjw are pmwi. uejnwimn MM
nils in Ohio which do not tcruvle to assert hu&
, hy tkdt &miirul MotcaCkimlittrp uee ai
tveivthina thaticas diwractful. ..Ma matmr
. eftOQr.-e.the opposite party wlu retaliate by
showing that General' Cox was a cheat and
a man of tttraw. And as the camDaiirn
srrdws : hotter 7if'lif trow hot), we fhall
Drobablv bave thAjrecord of the candidute
of each party blackened by the blowers of
tne opposite party, m sncn styio mat uiose
whQ kuow nothing of either, might suppose
them both to be intolerable loots ana-cowards.
. We have no doubt that if General Grant
were to run fbrt the only office which 'he
ever desired the Mayoralty of Galena
the-antiGranters of that place1 wbuld shoVT
tnat he was absent at the oattie-or uonei-
son; aoseni-nunueu ai me paiue oi pniipn:
that he never fired off a single caniioh,. at
Vicksburg; that he never shot off a musket
at the battle of Chattanoosra: that his sword
was bloodless during the. Wilderness cam-.
paign ;,toat ne was asieep- wuen iiiciiuiouu
fell; and that during the whole war he has
seen to do little beside the smoking of
cigarsJ Many Of those cnarges, eina true.
could not be well cdrrtradictedr and "con
viction would be carried- to the minds of
many of the 'intelligent voters ", of Galena
tnaturant s military record uemonscracea
his incompetence to keep a hotel.
In short, if this thing which has been be
gun in Ohio; be practiced by'political par
ties in all future cases In which our late
lii the public service, ten years will not
have passed before a large proportion of
those who havelu'cn battling for -their.
country In the Held, snail have been Draud
ed before a jeering world as brainless pol
troons, we none never to see our soldiers
subjected to such indignities; and the pub
lic of all parties should frown down the first
attempt, and every otner attempt, at sucn
treatment. Better for them that they had
fallen upon the fields on which they fought;
for no one will ever dare to attempt to tear
the laurels lrom the brows of their dead
comrades fmu -the brows of such men as
Sedgwick and Kearney;"as Lyon and Lan
der, a- KeynOlds and MoPherson.i .'And
those who tell were no truer soldiers than
are those who still live. ; i " i -' . . ,
Why This?
The. Cincinnati "Gazette publishes G. "VoLt.
net Dorset's explanatory "statement" of
ine management oi tne ireasury, witnout
one word of comment, and the Cincinnati
Commercial publishes the substance of It and
interlards this among other paragraphs ;
"The accuracy and neatness with which
DrDorsey's books are kept, are commend
ed by the special examiners, but the Dr
don't know when any of the several large
pacKages oi united states Donas in the
Treasury were placed there, Or who got the
interest upon them r'.- ' :! . . i
In this paragraph there Is an ugly Insinu
ation.' The Cleveland Leader of Monday did
not eontain either Mr. Dorsxy's "state
ment" or any reference to it. !'"
What is Suggested We May Expect.
j peel. .... ,. .
It is suggested that It Sidney S. Warner
shall be elected Treasurer of State, he will
have the Wellington Bank moved into the
Treasurer's office and make out of that office
Banking establlshment-A Bank of Dis
count, the ;people of th6 State," through
their .oppressive taxes, furnishing the tuuds
on which to'dpthb dIscountIngl',Tbat
would be a tery iiretty arrangement for
Mr. Warner; but would It be quite as nice
an arrangement for the people?
Don't Meet with Good Success.
tFrom all quarters the word comes up
that the Attorneys for the Bond-holders,
who are stamping the $tate under the pat
ronage of the "Unlon,party,"do not oraw
very largely., Thia.would seem.to Indicate
that Oie people have nad up uieir-miuas
in favor of equal taxation, and against Ne
gro iSuffraae "aacl Xegrb dlqiiallty, and,
therefore, do not want to listen to these
men3' who are determined to ielp-work theUf
own ruin.
Don't Meet with Good Success. Connecticut Election.
On the first Monday in October the' pei
pie of Connecticut will vote on a proposed
amendtnent of their Cohfrtitatldn,' Whereby
BlacK Min' v?lirbe allow'e'd tne'prlvllege
voting. 1 The? " Union' 'Stafe 'Central
Committee "liave lssueif ank adciress 6 the
people of that" State," ealling on them to
adopt rt,, r The Hev Xoric j. rtoune: applaud
thia jappeWand expresses the, hope itial)
the people will act in confofmitto itssuj- i
gestions.
Vicious Stories.
lit seems Ahe report We. ;,,had that , a
white man in Georgia had sawed.
ctff"hoth the legs of a negro to prevent
nisrudnlnr away,'1 not true. 1 The person
ataused of the deed (who Is doctort lias
sent m a letter exposing the felaity of theH
Sublisbed statement, xne authorities in
orth Carolina have also explicitly'denled
the Innumerable reports which' have beea
sent North that negroes were- being huiig
-shot and , stabbed, wholesale, In that
State.. . In short, most 6( the tales wblck
came for awhile fast and numberless, from
the South, about unparalleled and fiend
ish cruelty to black men, have been proven
false itt .: i"i . ) .t
The friends of the negro are doing, him
Innnlte harm by the.;circulatlon of such
falsehoods. Credalous people may 'bellevi
them forafew days, but their contradlctlofi
deatroy faith not- nly im the men who
send them hat In the really truthful com
plaints concerning the treatment of the eol
ored people, ..The blacks are1 asshredlyi th
sotnaplaeesvauflerioK many wrongs at the
hands of the superior race, but -thes' will
oever he, corrected by thepubllcattoa of
wiwaUoBat.fl4iPW---yi J'.Tfcne. ,jr
ITJ .):.n,:,i!!'A,!i)i:;.'i
ANNOUNCEMENT.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
Editors Ohio Statssmani Please announoeth
name of Sand it, Gvlick u an Independent Pem
aoratie candidate for County Anditqr, and oblifa.
A HOST OF FRIENDS.
rJew Advertisements.
OHIO STATCJREASURY,
Siiisor Qmo. Exkcctivi Dipartmrnt.1
.- "TloIXkBUB, Sept. lHh,1865. I
-VTOTICJ&ISf IIEUEBAVCJVEN, THAI
X so eon wquf oe Sf; the retiofal lf the.H -Ai
Vt.lney Doraey, in compliance with the provieions of
.law. lrom taewucaot ireasurat
ur will remain o oeed until h
: . :. i i
appointed and is ready to assume charge of his De
partment.-1 . ,-
, septia-ltd '.CIIAlt.E$ ABSOH.j'J
! fj.riiiii JLA .ir K J
' tnOTTlNG IlAC
OX WEIIE8AY.a?llBlki0W'
At I o'clock, for purse and stake of (300, mile beats
in o to wagons. Uooa uaf ana kikmi iracK.
J. 1). tiara nauos b.ia. Jlountaia 4Via.
J.F. Gormlv aauies gg. Haley Galey.-; I
J. B. Uilbert nauioirbrs. Joe Uodwin.
6epl2-dJt J. O'M. KEISMCK, Prce't,
IAKESTOLEJVJ
CTOLEIV, OI THE NIGHT OF THE
i Tire xxr ir btvltit.
Two white hln feet, star on the forehead, and win
(all on the left hind ien. on the hock loint: shod all
found with toeoorks. I ho right fore leg is cut with.,
the shoe on the joint; the fetlocks trimmed olostj
ti.e air on on, tne. top ot uie nniiseaaiiea oy.ioe
Oolar.snaa tow wnito uairaon uiettg.4 uigu.
rewafdof. j . .1, . .(,... . , .. .
I 'i IIIT'TY DOLLARS .
Will bo paid for tW 'recovery bf the mare, three miies
south of Ue'aoldiburg.,9ntheoa4,fl,klai1j' to
Lan. atler.
septll-lt
ANDREW ITIIDDLETON.
STATEMENT
Ihowlng Balaneos la :th Coqntjr
Treaaarv of Franklin CotSnlr.OUto
September lt,'isOO,to the'Credlt of
the Following FundUelan XX IX.
ilontgnmery Township Township. Funds, $4,477 15
ladison . t , " ' , " , ' V, i'- -.' f-81
lamilton'! '': i '- ' 1,4 ' o 40
'rurof 1 ..I . i'.'l l)l'' III .sf'.Jl Bus n
elfarsaa -v '' am. hWIct n, , t, aW at
l'lain
Itifflin "'IT r " r,,:
fcliuton " " '
ear so
480 U
ma (,3
ferry
m3M
Itlandoo J i.T.t
Washington
111. I
478 18
lorwicn
378 St
1,10-J 18
Kranklin "
Irown
4'.8 61
i ess 41
7J8'67
'rairio -v.
'leasantt
lackson
st
' - Uonnty Fnnd
901 75
MIS
ruro
'lain
34H 14
Mifflin 1 r
:iii.nm Trs ry f
m r"t ft (: ' r
, 4 (13
633 is
1,167 M
Kharon
Bleodon
1.640 W
aahinnton
4IT 39
1.4U3 84
1,208 16
forwicii
Franklin 1
M ft; ,
Jackson
(Jit of Oohnnbnl
" 1.7BS 85
' - .HnSrwd.Vnnrt-T;. tJ llfl tir
WOrthuigtoaSohoolDV't. J.?-, j ..." J. s J17.W.
westerville " , " " .... K8 63
Groveport " 1" ,w r . " .... 1,061 43
Keynoldsburg " - .... '9034
City of Uoluabn. f3 frperation Fund-i...... o,174 S3
Worth! ngton
16 72
esieryino
llarrisburg
. .33 81
. I a 80J
0T6DOI
f 75 03
13 38
evnoidsbm-ir
SO 41
68 44
ioldiers' Claims
ines Collected
279 81
I'ax Certificates
Unclaimed Costs
W 17
217 76
: .A 4 00
e Idler s LiooBse,,, ,
Show License
1 00
(itateof Ohio.
56.3U SO
8S. I0 M
6.375 IB
S.tSB 39
460 85
Ilo.menk
Bridge - 1
hew Jail
lilitary'.'"''i;.'.
Volunteer Relief
Infirmary and Pauper j
Peneisi Expense, w 1
P.
? jr..
'ii..
1.. 6.713 11
10,0i,7 68
176,438 77
ITlATTIHAa MARTIN, Auditor.
ON-TON
.FPATtirrAPr'l'-
J;
USEO IN
FLEXiBtE.
BON-TON FltXl8LE
PATENT (FLEXIBLE SKIRT
SUPEGIOB . 15. SHAPE.. QUALH7 OP MATE.
iUAL, AND jOUiUbILITF, ' TO ANY
n.1 rr: I. il u c.- 1 1 11 ' ' ' '.ii f 11. II 1 1
I n mi )! I -i!) ...1 ii jli,Jt'l ,ru
rpHIS SKtltT'lTAS IB til! N ACCEPTED
AiifjfW.WTffHrWW' r air
I ,.ur.'-.15is K--I.lt : '! '.. . 1 : :l!''ll '' '''( '
I FINEST RETAIL'' TRADE,
And prononnoed to le ih most perfot af tbks
i mwv at lju aAabaiI J A. .L.I! . ........
AJieaeaj mvj avey vaarau uv uifj ajUUltV : ,') 1 - ' : i. -1
.Iir-i-li ..!. 1 ft. I Vi't. .;iv . : '! v- o'in
vnt giAoea wm f fttufr ewyboJr ibtt this k no-w
"he Peiection ot Boop Skirts:
U Li
For isle, in all tikes, by
.'I vt.
tTJlELS, SCUERMEBnORN dp CO.
... 183 South High street, Colambns, Ohio,
leptll '. r . ...,,..,:i... -i , .. - ji , ,.i.j
IPO?; SKIRTS, H OK JBfllLLlOI!
Kew '.Hoop SHrt ' Manrifao
faSxaSfi
Sean tlia ai..
trading of an articje
m sucn unportanca ts
the Ladies in this city,
ye concluded to open a
largeIoop Skirt Facto
ry, andinviu theatten
uun.oC the public in
general to eafl and ex-,
amine my great assort
ment of Hoop Skirts.
jaolnding. the . Patent
Gore Trail and Patent
, V ictoria:alo, the latest
ijrle of dusker Elastic
Sklrm; Spiral BusUas, Corsets, Fatent Skirt Sap
1 Dealers in surronnding towns will do well to con
sult tbei own interest byeallinf.on me whan la
r uoop skirts Made urer ana nepeirea '
Ladies, you will please remember the place
No. 21 East' State Street.
HextdoorWtheJooinslFofflea. "
E. HEED.
mbJ8'(S-o r. r fl f Hoop Skirt Manuae(ory.
- - ri - ' ' 1 ... - , - - -
TEXAS LAW ANRt,I4NP
'. r " it r . '
i ro
'ft i-'-irn
A . I ITn NjQ Jl Q;W t
aESSrjthrpaahsat Texatv. Those kavtnf lands or
alaimr-requ'iririr pre,npt-attention 4n, Federal, or
State Courts. or otherwise, can address him at Last.
era or Western o.,'-., ' " mw?'-i
Cityf Property for Qslt
.V' r e'W 1 4 n m i. nil ft .'ON IIIGH
3 street, in front of the State House, for pale,
IT, i I V
BON-TOH
MS S3 W
Vff 'HA
favingomees at ACSTIN, TTLEB and WOOD-ILLE.-wHh
soirnilsiicate, avlll. tfBMMJ ,
I
1
f
I
-mWM
of
in
in
s
of
np
f
X
'
K-mOTlCES "To Eet.". )Fsr
Rale," "East," AVanta,' "Euundn
tBuardln(," Ac, not exceeding elf hf
llaea publishes la title column
50 ceate each Insertion "v V.
A 110TH.-AEHTN WANTED
t)0 that can earn from to $100 smooth, and
all ftxpentes paid. Fw fuU wrtin rv a.tnie,
Uhaiauip, .'.) a. jsy. iiuwa.nvuu, y
sopill-dar '-Detroit, ilichigad'.'
. . i ,. i '
IjmPEOjrMENT.-75 A HORTH
!i Aseuts wanted to sell Sewing Machine!. We
will give a ooniiniiion on sll Machines sold, or em;
ploy Agents who will work . for the above wagei an,
all expense! pai-AddrtJ;, - " "
V. X A-l JJ A I I fUl' VV-
Sefl-a') t 1 1 i PetrciC.Miobin.
WATCH. . WITH. A
I J white race, war
-Most on Friday evening between
9 ROI1 f UCIIWI.) UU..IRU .1.01, U.l.nil U.I IUU
Htaio, or on iuwn, lietween High ssd IQird.oto
Third, butwien Toanand r'riNxl.l The Baser 'or
the a atch, by leaving it at thia Lfflde, will be duly
te warded.
epll
1. 1, -101ft SAEKTHE'FINC TWO TOIfT
I7 Brie 1 Bujdliigen hfch street,' fpiierljadby
(be Sisters or St. 1'ranois, is for sale, on resmnable
ten
nis. For farther jnjormation apply to Major Jl
iTrToluKd, y. Jftni,ZUmmpr, or at the College.
00b
' ' auitSl
OPERA HOUSE.
LlifKtsr.A.'.)..IIei6rs. tElif iMArtrif
Htaob Oirbctor 0. T. 8.M1TH
MtT8iCALllKK0TOK...Frof. C. BCIIOPl'ELEKBl,
It; fUr-vtebki cilMiaat ATf RACTiimri
: The Anhn)&& af this7ainii(!ent Temble of th
klrraaia will be open to the publio every afterniwn be-
..ecu Ills Duuravi same. , is.bur.iu luh ra.rvuu
all strangers in the oily are respectfully invited to
drop 111 sua lyase ior tnemseives. , ,, ,. ,
tnanrfFerformi.h every fiedirig:' ' '
1 Tueadsir Kveofng-, Sep'i.'ieth, J8BI
:..,. -. ,,. Th. ..tAttiin llramai.P4hn " i-.'J
1U SONG, "Lager Beer". ... El) WIN GROSS
FwreHrlterlMtner by Wile Victoria
To cnnlna wl'h the
1 3PX3XjXjOXr tJ;iu:rariLHV
Taotio . .v.'.r;, T, mits,
C Anpg or-Al)j(4.sioN Dress Circle, Ii els; Family
irrte, Mots;-Private Boxes, $S W; Reserved Seats,
1. ... f, , .,. -f " 'f f
I Doors open -at 7 .o'clock ! Entertaloment eom-
(nonces
ai x 10 e 0 ciock.
TTsIerYA'tlieneum
jri i A ;iri L i w
qflEAT; ATTRACTiPNtrT
mm t.'!r It-it J
Tneadaj Evening;, Sept. 12th, 1805t
6irvJ .D'SUtpresonted the, ii f HU
TICKET, QF iJLEAVl- MAN
Which will be cast with the full strength of tie
I .' Company.' -'
1 I'crf.jDs who-have nor saea tl)i-pi(dlfl Branll,
toouta-eut lettnisopportuntiy sup oy.-" ' -
Prices or ADnisnoiDri.s'. Circle and Par-
4uette, 75 ots.t fcamiiy Circis. 50 cts. ...
1 DooHOpeaatt woll. t-. t.?a.t:
RICE'S AMPHITHEATER.
J. Li1 Bprch. :.'..' .')-!?. . J3o!e Lessee end rVop'rietorl'
J.u P. wpd.it (Stage Director, Aoting
Ki OPEN EVERT NIGHT 1 TCS ,
I . With. the Wondeiful '. -.-;
A. BABBKOTIIEK0,
I (Late of S. B. Howe's Circus,) . ,
AND 'AN IMMENSE: COMPANY !
22 STAR PERFORMERS
1
1
In Songs, Dances, Faroes. Negro Acts, Pantomimes,
j . ,;; uymnaiiipa, 40. . ;..,.
I Doors oped at 7; eomrnetices at 8 o'clocki'"' ";
1 Admission, SS cents; Reserved Seats, 60 cents.
8ept8o'6w -
'SPiEOIIJ STOCK
. of.
FALL AND .WINTER GOODS I
i AT1 rt 1 'l it
' t . f t ! I I
HU
G XljrOrATSTTTTlAf
JUAUL W1UU AU
T HAVE JtllT RECEIVED A LAROR
1 stookoY (he fl seat Fall and Winter Oooda m
broaaat to tbisoitv- . -
tbavealtQfteueeieotetlitoKoiT ii.-i '! utx i. 1
READY MAPE CLOTHING;
Made
inliieitmSntof n3st'imajriaK
of whioh Lwjll sell at the
seltei
iyejj
All
LOWEST bASH PRICES.
Cau ana, examine my goods,., . , ,
ii.. I ..-.. tt - , JOHN HUNTER,
auM; p ,' ,-'l No. 130 South High street.
TTNTTED RTATRH "
IutraalEeveiiuelS'otice.
I
6-woi'PVi COLtECTOB'S OFTICR,- '
Intirnal Rkvbnub, 7th District or Ohio,
Colcmbds. September 6, 1865.
TJAVIIVO JBEEN APPOINTED COLf
M.X .Motor of Internal KeVenaa for the Seventh
Collection District of Ohii, comprising h Coun
ties of Franklin. Madison. Greene and Clarkann.
lice is hereuv given-Jhat I have enterodVuDon the
duties of theofflce.'.Thciffloeinr'tlhiSikjar will be
removed in fc few days td the i
Deehler Block, T6rner of High and
In the meantime, taxes will be received at the of-
rkft''."hetet,fore Oooupibdja' 41r.A Stone, In jtii
uwvnne u.ock.
Tb.lawof Conaress and the Rules adopted hr the
Treasury Department, .require all oolleotions made
by Collectors tp be paid daily into the National De
pository.; ,Tu com ply with this provision, the offioe
here will be open only for the transaction of busi.
ness between the hours of 8 o'clock. Aj IL and a
o'clock. j?. It. f eaoh, day.) . . , cil
TME;iANWTJA:iJ' .UST
Will, da received frm the Assessor In a few dara.
which due notice will be given by advertisement
the paper and br, posters; ... , -., ... ,
Special attention is called to the ohange made la
thelaw by the act of March I 186t. wbioh requirM
monLhlT .axes on Manufanturee. Slanchterea Aai-
mals andpross Receipts of Lotteries, to be paid
"within TEN davs from the TWENTIETH day of
each m wth" WITHOUT HOTICK, and If not So
VAVfJ JsVU iu sgo saat wyo u .xjBiamrwerM jay tAACvsr-
tioo te seiM t erbat theoasgei - 1 . , . . .
Not in. of the aonointment of Denntv Collectors
t ne several CouaUetof ihs Birtriet,4rill be giv
en hereafter. .
ru-r'ifL 7. i"i. -if ' SJts-a-aT.jr
Collector InternaLRcvenue. 7th Dist. of Ohio.
septs-dlw T-TOT i-j.',...i, t
TO P I MM EL;'
WHOLESALE AND RETA'
,.. .waaaaa. i , n'-'ru I nji i 4.
isyr, IN giaoii j;pie sT.
OFTTCl?-it K 0. 4. In the OriiA 'Bofttt. ''i",
Assignee's Notice.
XTOTICE IS IIEREnY OfVEIV THAT
Ail ,iim UUClOiaiKIitTU uh wevi vinjuimti iusifuov
tbe late Brm of Stone A O'Harrs.., of the eity of
Columbes and Htatejof Ohl... All persons Inter
ested 'in the affairs of said Copartnership, will
please heed this notice, at I am desirous of settling
the business matters pi said firm m jjpeadil t sja
neVW lU $$
Hiking -Coal
.JAW. NPW.PBEPAHED TO VF17I
WshBWperfor 'quality of Hocking Coal, in s
oantiy.'deliveredjo uj part of toe wt,'ojr
FTJR.
11
any-
tailroi
J
Orders left St my storei Buekete Block. ''(
myW-d3mo" -j,-,. -'r '. r H Ay DEW.'.
HerntJ Tailoriug;;;
lALL OH BWE fc REEin,. NORTH.
0'
j eastoonierw iimu .u. unu .uimfc . vui,
lothing, where ioh nan getiood Us, good, qnajily
Woods, and, afvtfy fow. pr?
tobasrUUianVrT jM ,(. -
.I.'VVI.,H : "'
..vio.iA . ...
,U aBiimul'j'J Ulu'J uil.i.isi 1 iiJ..r.'J iii:4i
The Lurvst Exhibilitiii inttuftVoriil!
,:i i ,
AND WILL l EXHIBIT TXltDER I A lVlOITSTJBIt
V '7 sit V i-!TMr' tt!tj TrSr .TH PAVILION.--'
SIXCENTER P
At Columbus, Opposite
"WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY. SEpTff 3.ffv
WeEeaTaT
J jaa.
W jbT v SLt a. as-
aa- a
at 10 A.M..
A.
jTJUa.
Aad -awlll Poaltlwlw Annenr at
WILL
eDAN "EICB'S iMAMl
SCHOOL OF EDUI
t T A BICE takes Berallar
tl H XI test ts has fuotesHlad. by dint
-VI
1
H'(eaturw aatlssecialcles offer
A, Sottreeojyeweraf
aH the rAlecWrlat.le
I ous nature. It has been his object
I the pnblic towhom he om all
I tuat the entertainment he onuf sis
bher In'whlcH WanrAt Is-msdJJ
, aOords W1I0LKS0MK PABULUM
g.r. gioamxtra, Huummit enjoyneniiana minn, leans 10 renecuoo, ana opens to the view
''nrTTr'll - W'stS - rnr -
rtna.latDrrss.ej with jnrraenlarflFil
4hjRKAt jWLBR-OHHlI.imiVKKSBj.M f! V iT.Xl sTTis sijff
Ma. Hies also feels pleasHre
public as A MKRB JK8TB.
UU1..K
form 1
TJNABAXEi
' idtcynqracy, a reui
OAUSnrG BUESTS W LAUGHTER MlJfll;THE Wff&JJ).
Now. while It Is tawm th ilnrpo.. to be mgnbrioA,' o ewIuslTeldlaactla. ha
com o liefore his parrohs as S Descriptive aud Moral Lecturer. In which
capacity it will be.sjyAMUsiWHiuiiiA SjacusaVaad'te li
INSPIRE IJVN.Q.O:ir$NT.cMIRrH, r-ia
I While. be. gives subjects for
his immensi?,jMEN AyjE E
Composed of one of the Largest find (oet IntrrsstlniCtShillii sll leaiiisltf 1 1 ii
THl?ii6STj RASErAkbl
AN 1MMEKSB AltKAtY
Anwig these W'andorera of
Ornithological Varieties : Cv
African Pollcans, Spanish
.si'' LSiiy?Sfe.' -'a. I-?.ril .'.I I
..,-r..-gmms&yggis ' ' ' : ' I
.-.1 "g&'ifeiBla31fe i-.'i-:i-w'l I
Cranes, Ooldeh and EJIrer Pheasnnts.Ch nese and Engllih ri.rnsni.ts, King Lnri l;lnls,
Albion Uelnea liens, nnite and ureyxroiMcalUucRatoiHv I'rartno tkcvlj, N.u!;v Am.rl-.
aa Pan4s, Asiatic' an4 African I'nrrut a.l Parinota. Aim. a great T irUy ,ul ,
aasiraiianp.ru. i avraK.w.-piu.n'4;e. tii.cuoi ... (.ui4riin.i r.xpoHi..u.i are
THE ONLY ARADIA'N'CAMk'lV XN AMERICA.
THE SCHOOL.
CJ H OfJStfwWtsBfc) aa'eJtts4ftM
Comprises the Most
piianca, ancv sv. Aieura'a, jastiiamla ... :l i-itm mist vol.
Ich the world has ever noticed, aril the .lereloiiment of their rare nnal:tlei. nn.lw' "!"
he uideorsr laetr lied aTndrstiunt iutlsaet nrJ'uilS.ditM tooxii! the nol,l,.t r. rjr.sus
lugs of admiration wofderJUid ckriositx. l'urcmt auung time (ler.lupedreeimca
of .the brule eroalian stand the I
1 &m
InsJicrted'SfW.WCrJdcAan, and the flint whir, kaf ' Been permitted to
leave the lnndrhere they are held In such liih rrnomNm bv-iH' el4iset and rerarded
as OBJECTS OF WORSHIP. Tl.e.n.lieaiitii'iil aul iluril. rnik,.r
faeeidiat an, I curioiftrnwdionjili(r..riii- In men r.Mcts from Sll other Tsrliflieif of
betuica. ,xnej w remaraaniy
THE UEirTIFlTl
f THH;COMIC
The world-renowned Assenlne
sweMr wers ansjinblaV. Thcso
....
i ..-.r-u... .
Ik. WTV.l
will exhibit a rich variety of Cachlnatory Aeeomplishmcnts aaio Sh
ream. MnFoitMiNG nuPFAr.n. J
jWs,wild roamorof lbe1aairta:!jE:lS.e kind I. fn,t dlmnnesrln. M. nJl . 'jf'
fc """J".'!" brogl.,al.r th. most con.nle.nK. ' ri.d
Fucoo-isjto 'rlng,aruer1j.M
The Performing Elpha
In thelr varfous and wonderful perform.
dooW wherhel- they are guHef bi
idArful
"
A DEN
,WboecreIaJ
SboddlanSi
of their trainer, FfiOF.
fl I J-.l'Kl 1 f I)
iJHTrtTSjt't
iv. '.'-1b i yri X
- t i
; KiL-?'
.wpte-4H-wttlltolt i"'9.sjJ
--p.,t'Hl
WW
an .aausjv- - J
m H ' rjsrisai-... 7---a
OtliJ PlVLION,i-
the State Fair Grounds,
a Z l?fcWi?r,1T.? ,TrrTI75Tn
mmmm.imm
STILL LIVES!
&A it.)'';; t Ui'i -ai
Ench sKihllslHoB oil atrporie i
EXHIBIT AT
Iondon, Friday, atopl. iff.
Springfield, NHtaf(lair Upt. X9.
OTH MENAGERIE I
-biii
v r 9 w (T y a
tatlsncllon In matins- th. annonneaniMil ii th. tvnt.1I.'
pf much perseverance, antktbe eawciae of perslstenl rn
!((,.. j'.i.ji.iy. -7.1.- TJJ Ii.J
ailing Amusement and Eatertalameat.'
bharacteMstltr wffc marl exhlhlllona of tiriJUAU 7.
for years to accomDUsh this, and he now oma hafcm
lie is, or hopes to beprepared to aire the assuraaee
at once .n jr-v, ja .j. a . (W
lb ihamerrlr senraldnstlnet. nlM naian.aet.Alrh. ' 1.
. to the INTKLLKCTOAL OUALITIKS. mnA whil. la.n
i7' - ita.fTi - a C
Ideas of the sower, deilsn. aoodnM. and lvm
In being able- td-say that he no bnoer comes Mbre tne
Delievinc that vhaterer Is worth doinir at 1 I. njh . ,.
thought, and furnishes 700D JOB ILtPUtCXIOX J '
CURIOUS ZOOLOGICAL COLONY
Erer seen, eowiprlslng
From Greenland,i Icy mmintalni. -J
,2N'Mi.'.5SL
' Hull down the golden sand ; s '
From many an aqclent rWer, '
JTrom many a palmy plahi,-!1 ' -!i
Have been gathered to perfect this giant col
lection among which wfll be found the toUoaMl Tl
Id list, which embraces some'oC th' toologlcal u "
epociutens, and Is deemed to be the correct cata
logUHtanr oa extfiBltieo :
Asiatic, and African Elephants, Arabian Camels,',,.
Penegal Leopard; Rijral Brazilian ttgrpeQoocl'
Hrrprtilon and Lioness, Amnion, Black Tiger, Taa. '
ther of Paraguay,' Itrlped and Spotted Hyenas,
California Oricilyi Sean, -Steak e of Hiideoa
iay, cinnamon Bear or Oregon, Ichneumons and
ADI'2 wv-iawuoMBVuoBj jbkt JjsnfieM, ajrhmjI
a
anq n atnia neit'of r.ahara. amjl MnnkMrsuui
ota
BsStanai, Kew Hollada K wrarecs, lMWriaa Lama.
earaoa. Paewilaa Laau. a
Alnunrth. ImIm li.l.I. Blw.
l!:' .Sandwich Isles, Nebraska Buifalo, Slbariaa,..
Will, 'rw. jm. u..fc n. . n , '
'Coons, Clret and Mask Cats, Porcupine, ' ,
, v,.v. ... MwaH .WVUptU, - , -
llwoon.iwf flnmnim, 1 .1. t.n T.t.l. av4
ueats, 1
"ni ! " !; of i ....i'rjiT"u..rceons"I.l..niaee."
of i ...i' r.iIT ui.rc.ons" pl.tmas."
a t 1 - j-. tNjL-nsfpgp--a
1
w.., itni.o e ui.e.. in.s po.ii.on ae nigner one ouenng--ne endeavored to per-'
Ills whole dnhr and fulfill the larrest exnnrtntlnni nf ht. utmM m.in. .tv.
;LED SUCCIttJ6H( eetfc46yjh.fceitlspf,aJs WoabwiLl
station second to Dua,'aaa7. ' - . 1 1 S mil
the U)i-c.twpilj Ua piua.a:iB.wij of JiMMtgn 1 1
Jflai.hdah?-i4! :lirirTliAfrInjtlwJnlW 1 1
OF 5DjaCATBD ANIMACin
Intelligent, Mit Docile, Most Accom
ioiqiiieeur,
be fuund ia
27 JX;2U .X'AT3;V
From the steppes of Tartnry. -A
nMst CuUouSAak
mul, nndlie flrt offert.1 fur public Inspection, f
A nEED-eF rALATINEHnfj?,
' - ".MeA.W.y'mrf h'tri VJtiv WMiSrfV'- T T
THE "BLIND HORSE feXCELSlbtfl .vi
wllf?"()'tWs2k.eTnSi elll
i apprubatlbh rt thMwinds, IS 'beantilul
teB Ih.
is nusntesed fbr the , pnsity vof.t blood.' UW'1 ftrf
tXQUliilTBM-MMCTafof.lt. fcriaT?7. ! il,
animal
1 if fS 1 WLWoi I
hUi, bat knw.very iMonntlon and Infleetfcn- tof II k
tilw ', ' 1", mrn" ery Ijxpressed '"'
.lhwith (Ac eUUnuet 0 tliM ml tin ilocilU 1
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