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. I ; , is k .,." t . k ... s A ' . . T f- i fry'-". T'y'''"y'' . ..i '51 ' ' KJM " ' 'tfl a.-VI(,i,'. .ajB ;-.r. i '..!:i',. I . ' .' . t fir i xX ..i. t! 'A. ... Irl --...., ...,... IW, "V b1 ..... , rt . V7 . " . (fff JIlI V J T ' : mm ;:;y;f II 11 lrfTtu I 1 115 "7 I .fvttl ' . - jr. 1 V.' f-' (.(ft I'-.-.I-i'hw j I 1 ! nv ..'!., t i.oy 3'ruri I nr. ,r,J-ri'i.l) I v6i;; xxxiir COLUMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER , 1865i I ntl ' .III' in ' I .' (! I . , ,!' ' ' ' '- NUMBER Ml"" II : "I '. ''"i"ij ("iiih'i I' I A. '' .. .-. ....SSS .,..-,, vl ''" !'.;..; M1 I" :!..?!;:.'.! I. ;..,:-, .. ar Vji HEADLEY UM&cg ARK DAILY RECEIVING ill I Ht UMJ li n K' : if . i i i! I i t SUMMER GOODS 1 ,ti 1, , iMVI .(toli:... 1 . 1 .-; OB1 ltti TARitTIiS.' " ' 1 ' " j Oreoaaiiiea, '. - , OhaUos.s . ... i?E LACHS, "EMBROIDERIES, Fl U v AKD XJOLL LINK OF rv ilMmr " rtvmuwtn .r "n " " ' " lll-ll I"'.-. '. "ill I " ' '" M " I' Cloths and Cassimeres, ;;ace JOINTS, C,L,P A.ICSr,&c. o AtWU'a Wtf (, 8H4 BAgijOK, fro Bto1',i9?r.'..)fcl.:. ... .....il- .tlvj..: iIm.-I m !- !.: --I. .!..: : ' ': i South , Iliff h Street. NEW FALL COODSt Ii3,u.i .13-r .1 J jtJ Il . '. !" ! ' 1IA1IV 80IV, ' NEW GOODS. r t rj n a tt r. tt f, acK Dress Silks, YX0JC3 JA0I00JCOI cL.:-"J'i FANCY DRESS SILKS, Staple and Fancy Dress Goods, Hens' Wear Oodiv Boy' Weaf Goods, cuoIkiSgs, fiannels,:&o.,a!c. t BAnr; son, ' Noa. U to South Bigk BtrMt LACES 7 ir n .km 'i.. j AIID EMBROIDERIES. n I . .'i .i 1 i ..- A ptndul ViortooL (elected bora the latest Ita portjiuM. wtoniBg br . -f M( 'a ii - -..!AI. OKi HOSIERY AND GLOVES. . -. i j . . .i .i i.. .. - i i. .: Mto, tfooWvmeDta ef ill kind. A fall u lortmenttt :, . .. ... . ., . MK-29 , , BAflf &80N8. DALMORAL SKIRTS. For le nndw the Market, both at WlolMkle and Beta.fi: .... 1 1 ......... . .. . .. angtt' BAIIt A SOlf, N.H. SOLOMONSON, ;'.,!':::!;:,. v:optiom, v .Of Cleveland, Ohio, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. HAVlNOi RECEIVED NUMEROUS . ntuwtf from citicent of Columbua and Tidn itjr, i ii u.c.j JJ. .... - - ; 1 MR. SOLOMONSON f bu bMn IndniMd to visit this cltT." Al hl ita; will bo ihorl an arljr oall ' ii neeeuary. 1 All hit irlaMM, whether near or far tlghteil, are ' (round under hi qwn inspection, him to luit th jrea4nali mm. earing WKAKNKSt of th Kye. and lmpartin( ttrenglh for long reading or fln ftew- ifficw nn. o n eii nnnse pioot, nezi aoor ro i:oi Office, onxwlte th Cuoitol. Aniloial Kjtm IntMtad.'EX Wgis WHOLESALE GROCERS k9- .,!. ;.in. ,l Commlaalon erohantflu . ,tu.(n 'j;. Ti JTv. ...... i n'..! i; DEALERS IK 0-lii.i 'i't li. " ' ' Floitf. Salt, 'Piali, Water Lime and Plaster, fnaMt Cqraar Ton anl Fourth Btrtati, .' 'COLUMBUS,' OHIO. ay-fta-dtPqyiA rjjy rVt.r; v.- r LUMBER YARD jiiiirm.'' i"i 'i'iH1'''1 -" i AND PLANING MILL. .,m:JiL:::VU i r. -I KCXli!..! . .,.l4 " IH'I '.' I U'l' I 'I ..' r.Jjt their Larg and Extboilvo " ' ; I "Mil I'M rr "-II I ''' :'.".H W itl LujTiber.Yard.hd Placing Mill, .Mtl'll b ill") h-:;:: AtrUxlnteneoelooof Sprint and Water itreeW ;;;'::u Jto oonitaatloi kaad':.. -,1' ! AU'SIMf tmmmf iZ"'.'.',"'!, V'..'i ;'.'.i .' oo'I .-H''nftT ) on.' - r ( V haa tnd Shlnglea, ' WtW4. W4 ' " Dn, nmldliig, Ac, Ac. JuWT-tf Great Reduction ' (I FALL A WINTER CLOTHING; .v. ; l-timibbing QoodB VAIJSES,RUB6ERG00DS,1C. CLGTMGBMFOHin No. 6 St 7r Nell House Bund- Ing, South High St., OPPOSITE TO ENTRANCE STATE CAPITOL ' j rTMCOHnr.PO!tt-WITH.TnE plea. L ant low price of Gold. I have deteTmintd to eloo out at - GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 1 ' my entire liook of FALL AND"! WINTER GOODS, ontitttng of aYerr artlola neoeawry for a eomblete eutflt forth j CITIli AM 'liLITARY TRAuE. "l ' . : vj'.. i Raving the Target and boost Ktniro rtooTc of Clothing in, yolumbas, bath at regards . ; Quality, Style and Prioes, isfied. I have alio constantly on hand a complete tuortment of v l . . j 8 words.1 '' ' ' Belts. ' -:;rjSAsliW, . ; ' - ' Straps, ; ..''. ' ; Ornaments, . , .., .- -r- -r v . Rubber Tahrfas, FUB3ER COATS, LEGGINGS.ic, In Furnishing Goods, I bare anextra large stock of Heart's, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Under Garments, White and Wouleu Hblri.,Oullr, Ao Ac. Connected with thstabUshmnt is my MERCHANT Tailo ring Department where ean be found a full (took of Cloth, Cassimeres, Beavers, Melton, and Veetings, which will be made pinthla4etylandai - j RE AS ON ABLE XIATBS. DOITT fORGET TOE FLAjCE, MAKCUS CIIIIaD, Not, Jc Vt Welt floaae Solldlng, ' Twdor. lrorAF(Bc. , WHISKY, BRANDY, VINE, JtA T.-.i-.O ill it aHD.y- :'t:''j Liquor 61 all Kiuds. Ml ,t . ..-I TEIf TEAK OLD fiOURBOIf JL My. Thirty barrel pur 10 year old tfourbon Whisk tr. Aiiov twenty-tkve carreu par e to u old ' 'i i ' i -. ! 1 year Mon6ngahela Wnisk .,..' IN 1 -. of thabest brandi. Will be sold hv the demliohn. Keg or barret) also, ail tanas or nines anaotnar Liquors, by LACEA.LE, KOSS At CO., JM South High street. riecUl A. SPLEIVDID STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS! HUNTER'S EMPORIUM v , No. 220 South High St WHATE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE took of the finest 1'all and Winter Good, ever brought to inueuy. . ,- . J , I,havalowUleotedtockof -- . . 1 READY MAD E CLOTH INC, llade In the best tyl and ef the beat material. All of whiohi will soil at the , r .LOWEST CASlt PRICES. 4 T i i ... t i a)i . , A . Call aad examine ay goods.. ;- ,S t ' 'i ;.!-'"ii i-u;m. . : JOHN HUIITER. en -r- -t - - Wo- " South High street. 'S T A R 3 y A. .!!'.: ! .-,t ! ... I k 1 I ean offer luperlor Inducement a ny ttneklwas bought during th hue deoline io goods. To llili tarj and Cititen itranger I would tar. giv hie a oall. and I ean cuarantee that roa will' iro awmr sat- UNITED STATES; Internal Revenue Notice. :,. .'HiUM in' r j '.'' ( COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. i 7ft iMTiBMab EaviNue, Tth Uirtriot or Omt,v . - Coldmbcb, September (,1H6.' ) HAVIItO BEEN APPOINTED COL leetor of Internal Revenue for the 8eventh Collection District of Ohio, comprising the Coon lie of Franklin, Madison. Green and Clarke, no tie is bereuy given that 1 have entered upon the duties of th o0io. The office in tbi city, will be removed in a few day to the - , . , Deakler Blonli, Cor iter ef High knd Tw Htreeta. - ' ' In the meantime, taxes will be received at the of fice heretofore oocupied - by Mr, Stone, in the G wynn Block. The law of Congress and the Rule adopted by the Treasury Department, require all collections mad by Collectors to be paid daily into the National De pository. To comply with this provision, the offioe bere will be open only for the transaction of busi ness between the hour of 8 o'clock AV 'M. and I eoloek V. tf . f eoh day. v ' jCilEA.NNTJAT-ir.ISX Will be received from the Assessor In a few dav. of which due notioe will be given by advertlaement in tb paprnd by posters. Special attention i called to theohange made In the law by the aot of Uaroh S, ltjee, which reauire monthly taxes on Manufactures, Slaughtered Ani mals and Gross Receipts of Lotteries, to be paid "within TK.N davs from the TWENTIETH aiy of eaohm.mthWlTilOUT NOTICK, and If fiot ao paid, the TEN PER CENT. PltN ALT If- AC CRU K8, and the law give the Collector ae ditore Uon to remit or abate the same. Notioe of the appointment'Trf Deputy OMleoton In the several Conn tie of thf Diitriolwill be giv en hereafter. . , B. F. ITIARTIlt, Collector Internal Revenue, Tth Dlst. of Ohio. iepl-dlw I PatnSifzeQrn rHQME;"INSTIRNGE OMPAN i t K- ,y OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. - -;ggnfirca AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE. .31; CM Aiill'iO ' .' ; -j i; OFFICE IN UNION OLOOK,'. IJIGII STREET. i ! i.rn'iiri'-' ' ' ' ' '-.t'' -!i , ,.jf Insures Against Loss' or Damage by FIro and Lightning. Business, Confined to First Class Property Within ' .I'liJ ii t ill . the State., ,. ...::.,..; f ii 'J':illj'iY i( ' THIS COMPANY, tntritER TATE CONTROL, CONbrGTS ITS DrsiflESS 0!t the roost approved and economical plari,, taking risks only in First Class 1 Detached ' Property, Farm lf J , ...on vuuiduw, UllU 0I.I17I Ml. Vll.'nv llflU 1 1 IM IHII IS, r WW! IQO, Wooden Kows. and other property of, similar bmard. it is the chief aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a large business, as being a surer guarantee to permanency and of greater ulti mate sucoess.. Iheir rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairly, and in soliciting patronage, do so with the firm eon- notion tnai me pian aaopiea oy tnem win max in : io: ;'iji: : t r . . r . '. . . J JL JerM. JUi O ?8?.v.?.ADEL GALLOWAY, Columbu. 0. LEWIS CAHS.Esq., ,,,, . ... ,.. IM , d. . D..B. BUBB4KD. . ... ,, do.u. ' . . SAMUEL GALLOWAY PngsiDKNT. .' " ' " ' , LEWIS CASS,,Vioit FBE91DBMT., . i sepM'66-dmAWnil ' . a u. :, i .:; iiJ. i Keep your tvioney In the State; uompany permanent ana sale to it policy Holders. "JL" . I i- C. P, t. lifJTLER. SlerchAht, Columbus. 0. NR. HCBBEL1,, Mom of Congress, Delaware, Qi ALEX. H. HAN LEV, Xenia.O. - . ' I ALEX. H. HANLEY. Ornphal Aowt.' W. Aw II AN LEY, Asb't Gbn kax Aagirr. D. B. IiUBBAHD, Secretary. HAVE ; TOO HEARD THE KEWS I .v,iv7';rr;. ,v.n .it;::--SAM FRANK I TTAS OPENED A LARGE AND SpLEN. j XI did stock of ,i.,"'t .i.'-' .iiiiir:j !!! ! ; B00TSh $H0ES, HATS, CAPS , : WATCHES & JEWCLRY, At the New Store. v: I.,... -'nyniioh bewill 'lfjir: ' ThAJttJjeri)! a:eTr wld In tbb olty: Z 2 ! ft NO, CHARGE MADE : FOR SHOWING GOODS. : iMAGIO OIL. Hallo, itrangerl stop a minute, sir, Pete's a New Store, junt drop in it, sir, 1 1 lul Vl wllh nnrf..l ,n.nnk. mim .1 P I The TtootJl A Shot, thitt. will miMl vnur .v.. air. I t The piles of Goods you bay aot seen sir r f Or else you mdstbedoggM green, eirA -i t'i.i. Te thus in haste go pan the door, sir. Of S. Frank' Now lioot A Sboe.Store. sir.. He's got of Boots, sure' the best, sir,i - In North, qr South, or East or West, lr, . , 'Tie not made up of 'bluunh' trash, sir. And be will sell it cheap for CASH, sir. ' So come along, come one, com all, sir, 11 ' Come rioh. come poor, great and small sir, iii . Cnie pious folks, and hardened sinner, sir, ! And help along the new beginner, sir. ' . H. FRANK, No. 313 North High Street. tpiB46m . -17 jTHL- UNITEDSTATESHOTEL j IleacU, Street, Iloaton. Jlamu. ' (D&ectly opposite the Boston '& Worcester Eailroad Depot.) ! rpfH fil'RhiaBft nONTR.SPECT . A FBLLfcrrrftrrt- sir (fiends and the pubolie; I that after an experience o over nine yean as an I Assistant at the American House in tnii oily, he ha leased upon very favorable term the i UNITED STATES' HOTEL, ; whWrhWrralongpertod.BldrrthelllleKddvrfB . (11 .saperintendenoe of. CL gnwnMteosiTed e verv iiDem patronage. I The undersigned will endeavor to keep up the popularity of the establishment as a FiftvClasar liotel, ;tadh)lioltyouf patronage, aMbri rig yon ba bain xertion on his pari slall be wanting tojrender Au toy at his hdus both onmfortahlf ana onmfortarilg anu ttt I'UANK TI. PKATT. IU I.KI TO. uin. 80 ACRES OF LAND ki. -m-ttV. ! .'i.l'. 'jt " It !A fd-m i JJtJ sfrijiiz SITPATED-'". bN'- TBTE iliLi TWO miles West of Columbus, immediately south of lfcad lately purchased Trorl thja Hank for th Asyiumifoclns'baaiie, upoawttoh e6ne-buildingi about being ereoted for that institution. Tbi land has a front of 2)4 rod on SullWant'l Avenue, and the east end lying hign.and Front on the road ta be opened, running across from the National Road to the Harrisburg Road. About two-thirds of it is woodland, and one-third under cultivation. Will be sold forraih or on pay ment. Apply to JOS. HUTCHESON, yepehaS Chijjikln.lisjk, Ca LEWIS & COX, JOSIPH JT. II WIS, CHABlioN T. LIWI8, 8. g. coz, . i f. i in I' ,i No. 133. BROADWAY: P08T0FFICB BOX 6660, .l$!r.1 M ii'. ' ..; i mi;'' I'n'' t i, s'V NEW YORK CITY, ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS IN the Coa f the "linked Stales, and in th j Department at Washingten. Kspecial attention i given to Internal Revenue business, and to claim I against Foreign Governments, as KeU as our own. ! The Senior partner1. Judge Lewis; late Commis sioner of Internal Revenue, and Charlton, T. I Lkwir, formerly Deputy Commissioner, will bring to that depnrtBWrit'of buides a thtroogq aeagaint Jance with tbeJlsvanueLawnanilBeoiBkinav i I Mr. Cox's connection . with the committee of IFnrahrn .Affaiii-4niireM.fflrfnanv veArer-insure a thoroemh knowledge at regnsiation and baeines aw .wasbtngton. aug.-awia.r i -i-.r. '.'-'-I .' l " .. i j 1. 1 ii . t eVrroRNEYS-AT-LAW.r;-; General . Claim Agents and Brokers,' J Hi 1 1. a i.m ii'ih i i'n ii i'n 'i! ' -.lit . , i .,n820. j STJtEET, rrrfonirfl,";, Between Grover'i Theater and WillaidaV fronting. Pennsylvania. Avenue...,. . . PRbMinr -'At tniI'bnOto aU CLADJS. RUS.INESS BEFORE COflUR, THBOCRTrVaad the EXECU TIVE DEPARTMENTS. Quartermaster. Com- Imissary, tlrdnanie, and all rtfiev .War Aooonnt I spec lily adjusted. Money Loaned and Advanced 'A; 8: CflXHsrjohnertedin bosirWsJwwiiRls brother, S.fl. COX.of Ohio, who has established an Offloe ffiNew York City, and wfll, whenever re quired, aid in te nraparatloa of all elaiina nt or. entrusted t,o us. 8. . taX,4 WrlCB IrNo, iriBroedway.Iew York. When not found there, h will be in Wash ington, where his'hniine letters may be Hid rawed toereareMox 47.,,; ,.- taugll ImaAw j MACHINE STITCHING OF., A JUL kind done at No. 238 South H igh street mayiJ MRS. KARTELL. PATENT FLEXIBLE SKIRL ill If .vi ' 'f" -i ! -i 'I' 'I .:' I supfeiiioR to'; 'siiArri.r .qiJauty omafe. ' RIAL!' a!v'D DUliAElLlTY, TO AH ' SKIRT WOItN. : THIS SKIRT If AS BEEN ACCEPTED by Stewart, of New York, for hi . ' FJ N EST . R ETAIL TRAD E, .!;(!; j!:.y( . .. . and is pronounced' to be the most perfect eC the many stjles oflurod to the public One glance will satisfy everybody that this is : '' ': ; . "i e . The Perfection of Hoop Skirts. i For (tie, in all lixes.by i '. ; ' ' IMILLS, SCIIERirrEUnORN & CO., :r.--yfu Soatb High tret,'Colnnibii1 Ohio.'" septlt t . RATES OP PARE For Hackney Car r I as; e and Omnlba , Eatabltabed l)f the City Conn'' e cllof Columbue, Ob to... THE OWNER. DRIVER OR OTHER person having oharge of any backnev carriage, shall have the na na of the owner thereof, together with the rates of far herein established, plainly ; Tinted upon aeard, and -eontinuailv kept in tome nntpiououl plac on X)x inside of enon carjage or the information of passengers. The rates of fare to betaken by any owner, driver, conductor or ether person having oharge of any omi nlbos, 4 hall be as follows", to-wit: For carrying a person from any one place to another, within the limits of the cit. or to or from any Railroad depot, not more tnan 'twenty Ave cents; for children oe tween the &e( of, three and twelve year, ilrisorl than one, or if aooempanied by an adult, balf price only shall be charged for each of such children; and for children less than three years old. when accom panied by an adult, no charge shall be made; said rates to b charged for the us of any omnibus be tween the hour of six o'clock A. Un and eight o'clock P. M .:' and between the hour of eight P. M.J and six o'clock A. M., the rates may be doubled. The rules of fare to be taken byanyowner,driverorbther person havingebarge of ano hackney carriage, other than an omnibus, shall be th same as th rates hereinbefore established for omnibuses, If the said carriage be used between the hours of six o'clock A, M..ami eight o'clock P.M. and between the hours of eight P. M.. and six d'61ock A. M.,the rates maybe deabled. Any owners or drivers may make saeh ar rangement per day or hour as parties may agree up-: on; and every wnr, driver or other person having charge of any hackney carriage, ehall, upon request of any pansenger.oarrv thereon, with eaeh pasn- 5 or, in addition toenetrgnk, noi exceeding one bun red pounds in weight, two articles, such u a va lise, saddle baa, carpet bagj portmanteau, bundle o, other like articles, commonly u ed in traveling, without oharge oreompensationi but for every other additional trunk, and every other such artiole above named more than two, he shall be entitled to charge not more than twenty entsi.aod any. owner, driver or other person having charge of .any hackney cer riage psaU,deiuund orreoeive any greater Bum for hif,,serviap ihan herein speeifiad, shall, upon oonvlotirfn thereof, before the Mayor, be fined in any uin not less than one nor more than twenty dollar lor eacn ana every suon onense, Pabltsked; by oidarof. the tlity CmmoiL :jr, , n ttgl9 ,,' ' ' City Clerk. AGENTS t WANTED InhEverylCountyirnhe State 01 t' l ' I'll "' '' '. ' i-J f " ; , tirj i--i TO StauLr a ii.'fp hi "i I . Ov JB...O u 'ii ... 1 i ,i Eight Tears In Congress. 'n, tk Pariioularg' adf '" " ' ' , ''A ,''( '.i.t '..,( :n..!-.i ' .'- JOHN BECK, tmiH4rV " iM,m r Newk. Ohlo, ?iTC5i;iT0SrjiT0Hiv. SCRATCH! ; SCRATCH! SCRATCH I Vlxeaton's Ointment ' i tirw WILTj CURE THK ITCH IN 48 HOURS. ' Al85(mreV:SALTI RHEDM ' tILCiRH,. CHIL BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF TEE 8E.IN Price Weenie Fo, sale bv all Druggmts.' By sending 0 cent to WEEKS A POTTER. Sol Agents, 170 Washington' St Boston, it will be for warded by mail, free of postage, to any part of the U0.1lo1lKT'3A"dNorthHiiiaWAgen forXJoliunbua. , , aprWVmw. . VJinjjrt it -m ;t ii i i r ; i t i Auction and. Commission Room THK UNDER8ICN ED HAVE OPENED ' an Auction and Oommiasion Room at i i - . No. -Ml Eao Tew StrtV-- where tier are vfeparelf to do 1i!arX.Aactlon and Commission businea. Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended r.itlir in oityier eottntry.i ( tiy , ' Hoaaehold Farniture sold every market mornin atherooa,OTmnoin:at7ciocli... t- . . , Also, Furniture repaired and varnished en tab shortest notioaadJnoatra'onabltriaJ ,o . .laUIAU. t. TURNKY A tAIMON, u mchl tf No. HI East Town Street V hi ii'.-.. t ' hi . , '.'i, ..i i ' BON-ton FLEXIBLE: bon-ton fhxibli: ' i' T i i ii if 1 i ii . i r ).': M'tT'f . i'I'I.'I. . i '.(,' 1 1 ! 'tii '. I Will cure Catnrrh. - : I . : -WIU cur cold In tfae heiid. , ' Will care an oflenalve breath. , i WIU cure pain In the head. n Will care ulceration In the none. .Will restore the tense of hearing. ' -Will restore the nenoe of nmell. . i ... i . . . . . i WIU restore the uenitei of kltsbt. WIU restore the Sense of taste. ' ' '' n .-1, Will restore the voice. WHEN CAUSEDjr CATARRH Caiarrh Snnff an Injury, i-viut : . '. !;,. ,t I ,. : . , . Al Is now admitted by all informed, causing Irrita . . tien and inflammation of the mucous mem . ( , ... . brane. wbll the ti . Liquid Catarrh Remedy Gently and gradually removes all unnatural incrus tations and deposits, restoring the diseased membrane to it normal condition. A single Ilottle -will liuit a month . to he used three times a daw. .. CURE : ' WARE ANTED ! . .' - IF DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED. JT CALL FOR A CIRCULAR DESCRIBING! ALL SYMPTOMS. .. , DR. nri,.ir.! SKEF.tTfJ CO., ; . i Soli Pbopbijtobs, Chicago, Illinois. .. aW Laboratory at Freeport, Illinois. . . At Wholesale by JOIL I. l'ABK, Cincinnati, i . ... Wholesale Agent for Ohio. r At Reiailln Columbusby J.R. COOK.R. JONES SON, S.E.SAMCEL, G. ItOIIEKTS, MAKPLE A BITSON, SCHCEL LER A CO., and for sale by , , DriiKfiriats Everyvtdaore. febt-dAtweowiy '' - ' " - ''. ' Sealed Proposals TT7IL L BR RECEIVED AT THIS OF. TT flee until - . . 9Ionday,the ISlh day ofSepleinher, at 6 o'clock P. M for furnishing materials and do ing tne tniiowing wora: Grading and paving the sidewalks, gutter, and crossings on North Public lane, from 1 hird street to Fourth street. Grading and graveling the roadway of Spting street, and grading and paving the unpaved side walks, gutters and crossings, from. Wator street to State avenue. Building the east balf of a crossing on High street, at the North side of Cberry street Building an eighteen inch brick Sewer In Elm alley, from Water street to State avenue, ' Grading and paving the unpaved sidewalk gut ters and oroseings on the south side of North Pulilia lano, and (grading and graveling the roadway f the same from High street to Water street. Building a twenty-four inch brick Sewer In Straight alley, from Gay street to the Spring stret Sewer. - . ' i . . : .. i . Grading and paving th unpaved sidewalks, gut ters and crossings on Maple Street, between High street and Water street. ; . 1 iGrading and paving a crossing on the west aide of High, treet across Spring street. , , Grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks, gut trrs and crossings on Straightalley, from Noth Pub lie lane to Spring street. . ; ,. i . .... . Grading and paring the unpaved sidewa ks. gut ters and crossings on Straight alley, between Broad streetand Statestreet. . Grading and paving the utapaved sidiwwlk on th north side of, Friend street from KeventU street to Washington avenue. Gradingand paving the unpaved gutters ind cross ings, and grading and graveling the unpaved side walks and roadway of Lynn alloy, from Center al ky toFiith street." . ,! The foregoing work is to be done pnder the ordi nances of the City 'Council, and in acenrdonoe with plans and specifications winoh may be' leen in thi oflloe.:. . : .. . . . The bids wilt be nnaned bv the committees of the City Council,' for the Wards in which the respeot-i lve improvements are located, ana tne rignr, ro re ject any or ell cf the bids' will be olaimae by the committww'.'.i 1 1 --itt . w i ,. ,, ,,. ,W.W. POLLARD. .. ' City Civil Engineer. ' - City Civil Engineer Office,' No. 33 West Stat StreeU )..:. . i' ... ... - ( . i September T. WSlo j . . tWestbote please copy. ,' i in J. C. WOODS. 11i''l 'I 'PIANO ! AGENCY, 21 SOUTH HICH STREET," ) '.j . '. 1 1 - . . . .I , s in i : N OAV RECEIVING A LARGE STOCK i of Instrumental from th following Manufacto- : ne,i lini .i-i'idl In -i-iil- t. Hi!'. ; ; i i ' ta''MtIliWay, Sokis, ! ' tir toecl;o'"lJrotherj, :' ff- TTnll Tln'vla Az'dn.. 1 ' i'Ail'aplendid instrumen'b.J' ParticulaV'atlontiori la requested to the FINE iNSTRUMfiNT'.i OF DMjnr.K UKU. ' Also, a tine adwirlnient orth very celebrated PKLOUUET iMELODKOiNS sod CAlilNET V KUANS. . ,.,,,., ;u , " ZxaMlaz3.exittn ' Xteteciy and rent apply on purchase. Dealer suppliod pn motliberal(erroi. . ' ',' ' rT . ' aug26-d6m - ' ' '! fc .'i ' ' t AniAl it Ji 'In I nn ZETTLER HOUSE, E. Corner ol Fonrth and 'Friend' 1 v.pi..ii.Ayj,y 'V TTAVING RECENTLY ASStfjuTED' THE UL management or tins large and commodiorn Hotel, we bare newly refitted it with reference Mthe convenience and coraiiat at goests.: tu Soliciting g goodly share ef thepatronageof the traveling pubjio. we assure ooi friend that we sball une every elTprt ta pleas.' . , , ' J. C. TOLL A SON. junelT-dly-' " ! J : i;i;u;i-.lil) ' . . 1 ' ' i i i iiilil. ii'i i" " ' I. S.. leava'saei mwiTflWj m jsij I"''''nAVB OPENED AN OFsTtCE IN ' Room No. 18nOprd Hons Beilding, forth traMaetionvof general Polio business, i'artioular atteritibn given, to the eolJeoUon of Claim, recovery of stolen property, and detection of thieves. 1 All busincSs ihtrtlsted te thi office will be prompt ly attended to.' ' ' ' i'J l:; -l ji, .-(.uj All communication strictly confidential. . , , U MWWM fleteAv. Folic, Cincinnati. sepU r , , : r-j . . 77 iljia statesman; [From the Ohio State Journal, Sept. 12th.] THE OFFICE OF STATE TREASURER VACATED. Treasurer Dorsey Arrested. The Closed—An Interesting Interregnum! ' The ptideprident Treasury ! law of the State of Ohio, adopted in 1858, which au thorizes special exAiuUationfl of thfi Treaa- ury, at such, tiuies , as the Governor shall deem necessary, Requires that lii the evend of a dlscoyery of VIOliatloti oflaw, by.breaijli ot trust, unauthoriised use of funds, or ein-i bezzleroent, the Governor, in concurrence with the Auditor of State and the Comp troller of the Treasury, shall forthwith pro ceed to arrest the Treasurer ot State that such arrest shall vacate the otUce, and that the Governor shall appoint a. Treasurer, who shall give bonds in the sura of $000,000, tor the laithlul discharge of official duty; " '"When the report of the Special ExamirH era. Peter Odlln and VVoi, Henry Smith, was submitted to., Qovernor Anderson, which report has been published in full in our columns, both the Auditor of State anil tho Gbmptroller were absent.1' It watiai posskble lor a; conference to be had by them with the Governor, upon the condition of the Treasury, as presented by the Exam iners, until Saturday last. It was then de termined that the facts presented by the Examiners required the arrest of the State Treasurer. , Yesterday Governor Anderson summoned Slier I ft Domlgam of Franklin county, and put into his bauds tne following -' . j , WARRANT FOR ARREST OF THE STATE TREASURER. , ,, .,, , .. Thk Statk or Ohio, . , f RAX JCJ.IS COUKTY.J ga ,' To (he Sheriff of taid Cqunty Greeting : Wherbas, By the eleventh section" of "An act t j establish the IndcpendcntTreas ury ot Ohio," passed "April 12, 1838, the Governor of the State of Ohlos authoriaetf and required, "whenever the law. Or in hs opinion, the public interest requires it, to appoint some competent .and trustworthy accountant, of the lilshest ability find skill, wlio, In connection' with the Secretary ef fetateshall immediately, without previous notice or intimation 01 ,sycn lutenueu ex? aniination dud inspection, proceed to make a thorough and complete examination 'of all the books, vouchers, accounts, records, bonds, securities, claims, assets and euecu, which are, or should be, la the Treasury;", and, ,' Where as, By the tentlr section 6t "an act to further provide for the better regula tion of the receipt, disbursement and saie keepiiijr of the public revenue," .passed April 12, among other things It is fur ther enacted and provided, "that if at the time of anv inspection and examination of the State Treasury, aa provided, by the act to establish the Independent Treasury of Ohio, or by tins act, or by law; or at any other time, there should be any deficiency of money or of other funds or property in the Treasury ; or if there should at any time be an act of breach of trust or embez zlement, as described In the aforesaid act, or iu this act, or by law, committed by the Treasurer of State, such fact shall, be immei d iately . reported to the Governor by any one or all ot the members of the board of Inspection, as herein (irovided, or by any other person or persons, and the Governor, on receiving such- reports shall, with , the concurrence . of the Auditor of State aud Comptroller of the Treasury, if they fintf the facts so reported' td them to be true, forthwith order :the! arrest' of the State Treasurer," and, . .,. ...... ,.! , (.. ', Whereas, Heretofore, to-wit : on the elev enth Hay ot January, A. p. 18C4, and ever 8ince,God win Volney Dorsey was the Treas1 urer. of the! State of Ohio,, and as Bucti Treasurer and ollicer ot : the. 3tate, during; all that, time, was charged with the collec tion, receipt and safe-keephis: of ' public money belonging td the State of pbid, and with the safe-keeping of other fiibds, bonds,' securities, and eftects, as suchTrcasitrer, by authority of law; and that.Uie said DOrSey from time to time, recelyedvduring );hd pe riod aforesaid, to keep safelyahd acCbrdlnd; to law, In the' State Treasury, a large amount, W,ivit: the suniS'Of public money hereinaite mentioned, and other large sums of public motley belonging to the State, and had other funds, boiids, securities and ef-' tects, to-wit; .hereinafter mentioned,' for safe-keeping, as such Treasurer and accord ing to law; and,-. : -I n.: .: -.'.,.-;: :) . Whebkais Heretofore, to-wit on the 12th, day of June, A. D. 1865, John Brough, then Governor 'of the1 State of Ohio; since1 de ceased, appointed Teter Odlln, a competent and ' trustworthy accountant, to make, iu; connection with William Henry Smith, then and ever since the Secretary of State, ah inspection and, thorough examination of 1 ! . . A m t . t" ' ...,...k.iiH,.llj H1B Oinuj AJClWMrv, tto, nsyuiitcuiuiitivu uy the eleventh section of th6 hereinbefore re cited act; and; -1 """'! " I : ".Whereas. The said Odlln and ; Smith afr terward, torwiU on the 13th day of June A T ions I 1 i.i...i.n..nn a! oi.J.l ann. t..f JV, J. JOUv, m, J'Uiruam,u vi dciu lilt- meat, made the said examination; and af terward, to-wlt: orr the 24th day of Au gust, A. D. 1815, jnade, in pursuance of law, and ot, their said appointnient, their, report in the n remises, and filed the aarhe In the office of the Governot of the State? and aP' Derward, to-wit: On themh rJay ot August,1 A. D.136& the said Johu. Ikasgu, Uientroyr,: ernor ot the State ot Uliio, died, ana with-. Out having seen or taken any ofllclal cogni zance of the tacts set forth in said report and Charles Anderson, then. Lieutenant Governor, afterward, to-wit; on. Jthe, :30th. day of August, A- D. Isti was duly, quali fied and became, and ever since has been, Governbt' of the State of Ohio; and after ward. to-Wltl on the 4th day ot September, A. D. I860, thesaid reportsomadeandtUpd; in saia omce ot tne uovernor as aioresaiu, came under .bUrOftlciaJLcvgnlzaace as Gov ernor, nd,was orUciaUy examined by him nnrl t.hn Auditor of State and Comntrolter Of the Treasury of the' Stat of Ohio; Widi' WHtRiaeViAs is snow u oy saw report, that heretofore, to-wlfc OH the 16th. day qf, May, A. D. 18G5, there, was in the treasury and In the safe-keeping of the 'Said Dorsey, as Treasurer of the Slatto ol Ohio amongst other effects, theAifm-of tixithousand. dol lars public rjaoney. whlch consisted of paper niqnpyv current as tnpney, and. commonly denomlnated'curre'ncy, and of the talua"of she thousand donate,' belonglfiK' to th Snalte rtf fililiK iuid that alterward. to-wit: on the same day and year, .aft said county, the said . uorsey, wiuiout auxjunnoruy 01 w, un lawfully used and,converted, to bU own use the said six:, thousand dollars public money, lh currency, belonging to the Statewf Ohio; Hhr? thiithRrtror. to-wlfon thesJxteeatb, day of AprUi Ai Iwll85tb.e said Dorsey,, then, and aaanch Treasurerof State,, had in the Treasury of State tor saie-Keeping, otn ef ten thousand -doliarB 'belotiglrfif 'to 'the State, and wh loh 'cohslstee ol paper ndey,j oh1 otirreot t tnouoy vo.umoniyT,eno(ai i.,nfri .d AnrroiK.p nf t.Ko valiin of ten thousand dollaW; And that aftefwafds -1 n ': the day and year aforesaid, at said county, me sam horsey UDiHwiuuy, ana without aiitheclfof lajw toolt from the ssldt Treas ury and used and cos verted to his own use said ten thousand dollars of money and cur rency belonging to, the. State? and that heretofore, to-wit i on the 2"Jth' day of May, A. D. 1865, the said Dorsey then, and as Treasurer of said Bute, had in the- Treasu ry or, said state for safe-keeping otbe fifty thousand dollars belonging to the State, and i which consisted of paper money, comraon ; ly called currency, and .current as money, 1 and of the valae of, fifty thousand dollars: ; and afterwards, to-wit: on the same day and i year, at said .county, the said Dorsey unlaw 1 fully, and without authority of law, did pay over, deliver and loan, without interest, to I Benjamin E. Smith and John F. Bartlitt, a Arm or company doing Wusiuess as bank ers under the name and style ot Bartlitt & , Smith, and said fifty thousand dollars above ' described belonging to the State ; and, 1 Whereas,-The actn aforesaid, done and j committed at said ' Franklin county, are, and each of them are, breaches of trust and 1 embezzlement y and on Ttceipt of said re , port the said Charles Anderson, Governor of the State, submitted the same to James I H. God man, Auditor pf State, and Moses K. Bralley, Comptroller of tm) Treasury ; and the said Governor, Auditor and Comptroll er, flpdjntbe,lacts of the breach, (.trust and etabeziilemen - herein- abovfr' stated, , and reported to them, to be true, and . they concufririgjo the order of arrest: Note, therefore I, Charles Andersony Gov 1 ernor of the State of Oh io, ia the aanw and hv the 'anthnrir.v nf onlil .HtjttA Aahurahv I ! . v ,, J order and command you to take and arrest ruesaiu uoawin voiney, xyorsey, ana, . flint in sate confinement keep, until trial be had of said breacli of trust and embezzlement above set forth, unless be gives bonds, with good security in an amount at least eoual iohls official bond as State Treasurer, to abide his trial on the charges aforesaid made against Jiim, and you will alsojnak$ 1 return of tins order and your doings in the 1 premises to tiie Courtof Common lleas of Franklin county, on-the first day of the next term, and also make return: to the ci 1 rice of tlie Governor of this State, at the Capitol in Coumbus, of your doings in, rhe premises, forthwith. , ,x ,T Iri testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub "" ' "scribed ' my hame, and caused the ' i great Seal of the State of Ohlo to be' ,., anixedi at Columbus,: on tills the (l. 8. ninth day of Septcn-ber, in the year, -I of our Lord one thousand eight bun-, dred and sixty-Are. 1 1 111 ' ' CHARLES ANDERSON. , By the Governor: .. ,;: , . I Wm. Henry Smith, Secretary ot State.,,. 1 . WrvJihe undersigned, James H. GcKlrnan, Auditor of State, and Moses Il.Brailey, Comptroller of the Treasury, do find the facts within set forth and rejiortotl -.toi these and the Governor, to be true, anU'Wd-afid do concur; in the issue of this order of arrest. JAS. H. JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. R. BRAILEY. Comptroller of the Treasury. COLUMBUS, Sept 11, 1865. ' ' tJpon this Varrant.t'he State' Treasurer .was arrested. He gave immediately the ' bond required for appearauoe at Couru but relused to deliver the keys of his olfloe. These facts being reported by the Sheriff to the Governor, the bond was accepted, and the Sheriff was ordered to make a forcible ejection ol.the Treasurer of, State from olllce, if he persisted in a refusal to dtiliver the keys. This determination of the Gov ernor having been made known to the Treasurer, a consultation : was had between the counsel of the Treasurer and the Gov ernor, and it was agreed upon that one por ' tion of the combination key of the Treas 1 ury safe in which the funds of the State" are deposited,' flhould be held by tlre'Gotenjor and the other by the Treasurer, until 'saca time .as hi successor ,b,ad,eeii app9ipd ; And duly qualified. V , ,1 ., ,. ,.,ivo -I The gentlemen acting as counsel .for the : Treasurer were Hocking. HontetvA-Hen Gt Thurman; L. J. Critohticld, and M. A.: Do herty. of Lancaster: Governor Anderson ! callea: . i"ctouh3el, ,the ' Attorney General i being" absent from the city. Jos.'& Swan. . ,A succesaor te Treasurer, Dorsey baa oo j yetbeen : appointed.;. WJiun. it was dtgter j mined that tlie office of Treasurer miiKtbe I vacated. Governor Anderson asked Dr. An- drews, i'rcsiatrfit of the State Board pf CoriS trol, to accept the place. He declined.. Me post was.then.olle red Joseph Jl Swan.wpf . also decllnea. George M. rarsons was then selected. Mr.- Parsons would not accept. 'John R,iFlnn, of Etyrltv was next ofR?recl j the Dost, Vthd Mr. Finn answered thafne ; would respond in person to-day. 1 Whether I Mr. Finn villaccept is,a question yettq b .settled. : Meantime, the State -.TreasuryMs closed and business thereat suspended,-as will be seen by official notice from theGov ernor in another column; '; 1 li i" tti It is believed that the late Treasurer, Mr. Dorsey, will insist upon a decision ot the Supreme Court as. to the power of, he Gov ernor to eieci mm. ,, I The Independent1 Treasury raw req'tifres ! the Governor to vacate tlie office f the) 'Treasurer, but prescribes no mode exeept, by ,"arbitrary arrest The Governor, hai lacled under .the general Constituttona.!' 1 provision which requires him to see that alt ilaws are executed. - "' I 'Mt .in .Vf m-' i no'ff The State Treasurer G. Volney Dorsey—Malfeasance in Office. ' testerday morning's Signal contained atf article from the Stete JoraaAiexrioeiniT,tltei viliiftoy, it cannot rightly toecalledbyauyi other name, of this high State official,. Though the disclosure will stoprteethiipeoJ iple, it will bM bstduhd njfy'riiBoyi-whdi lhave been: cognizant of Xbb doings of thi :man, during .tjhg. past few montJbSf. SeveraL weeks since, The . Columbus, Statesman charged official malfeasance upon tHVs 'inart1 iDorsey; tn fact charged htm with thesunei misconduct, substantially, that this official, report ot tlie Examiners of the State Treas-. nrv, Messrs. Odlln and Smith,' shows he" 'has 'beeri ' guilty; but1 w withheld "Tfii' 'Statx8Maj' 1 article: irom pu Wieotion Jar kho Signal, because we were unwilling, toj iglve circulation to.fio painful a change, .without something more substantial 4han mere rumor to sustain its But Wwacta are inow developed showing aimuch greater official 'delinquency, thaa even The 3tatxj tof 'Columbnsj wght to awaken the people 1 loti'Ohlo ti a wore -rigid, acnitlpy ,of ,the Uaxacter and Integrity ot candip.ates seekn, jing positions 6f high trust'and fesponslblll-1 jty. No men but such as are tried 'and' iknown to possess the htrrhegt sense of per isoaal honors dughtto be truited ,wtilv-th 'management of large urns ot money. The temptations, to go astray are all-powefltil and many, and dne ,whoJhas felt himself strong against the eViares that are thrown' in an iliad jChargeu. t ine.uisctosure. nows 'made, following sd Closely upon the heelr' iof the' dfefalcatiort of the late Ai Pi Stone,1 Daily Signal. ...Tint . Cox; JlKBTtSta w SATuaoAT,r- 'speajt iof tliis meeting, and tell the'truth,r 'wer wowldjhave to say lt was a complet, Ji llnUureM to ; numbers eotbuslasrn, or ad-v (vantage to the party who got ft up. 'At no ' 'time did the4umb the ground exceed 1 three hundred, anut At' M well tor our seir styledfnwa friends that tbe number was nAliM. ITnurivpr. A.4 thft flniirlpp nrtmira Zanesville Signal.