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COLUMBIJSi .01110. ,FRIDA Yr MORNING W'VEMBER 3. 1865; ;;7. 7:
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Patronize Home Institutions and Keep1 your Money in the Stated
HOME flNSURAOE
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AUTHORIZED BV THE STATE.
OFFICE ITS XJTllO?i , HLOOIi:; HIGH SXIlilEX.
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nsure? Against Loss or Damage by Fire and Lightning.
Business cominea 10 First ciass property witnin
tno
litiu
THIS COITIPANV. UNDEH STATE CONTROL, CONnrCTM ITS Brftin FS Olf
the moot pprnved and ecnnoral'al pl.n, taking rliki only In trwt Ulww D.tachrd T'roperty. Farm
Hfllldinn; Hrlv.le Uwllinwi. ami their Vontentu, mnktntf it f.fcr than thno. fn.U'tnK Mill, KnotoriM,
Wooden Knw. and uther property of liniilar hnrdj Jt it th.ohiof aim nf th. Direrf ini to do lafs,
rather (ban a lartre banineia, u being a inrer xuarantA in permanenejf and nf creator ultimate tucaon.
Their rule ia to nettle ail Iiimm pnimptly and fairly, and ieolioitla(?atrinaKe, dn in with the 6rm eon
Tlotiui that the plan adopted bj them will make the Company permanent and nal'e to its policy holders.
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IV. A. HANJ.KY. Ahk't (Jenkal AnnNr.
I " M. IIIinttAHn, Secretary.
. , COLTJ31UUH
: Woolen Manufacturing
. oo3vi3Pv.ra"v.
rrAKES TIIIH SIKTHOD TO lit-
X form their fellow eitir.au. that they ntil
o.rry n ,th Maniifaotarira buninem, and
. ! earry n the Mam
i that they nave uu hi
J and Winter (4oo a, t
: 3 IMal at A Fane
uanu a .ariev oi oumuior
. auch aa
ncjr CMawlmeres.
DH-Mklnw. -
KallMln,
Jennm
bil '
" ' " Mloi-kttinr
Vara,
Which the,, offer alVJiolaale aa well aa lie
taiKatsritNK Ui huh lie hum . i
-7 r 'Ihey anlioit the patronaseof thecoinmanl-
iy at large, ami ana tn.reuy ui eneonrage-
-mentnf home imlnrtry. - ' .
WOOlj bouuhl t-ll timea or exchanged
lot Uuod.aHaaD price". . . ., . v
J. P. BROCK. I
Bcoretary and Treaaurer.
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HAVE YOU HEARD THE MS!
QAKV! FRANK
AS OPENF.I. A LARGE AND SFLElt
did atookof .
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
: WATCH E$ & J EWELRY,
: At the New Store, "
No. 212 North High Street,
M.i .
Whioh lie will .'
S33XjXi OTTTTI A.PER
ban the like was eieraold In this city. '
. CILAIiGE MADB FOR BUOWING GOODS.
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: MAGIO OIL.
Hallo, atrangerl atop a minute, air,
, vere'f New Store, just drop in it, air.
And view with wonderful surprise, air,
' J'be BooU A Shoea that will meet your eye, air.
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The pilea of Goods yon have not seen, air.
Or else you must be dogged green, sir,
i Te thus in baategopa.i the door, air,
Of 6. Frank'i New Boot & Shoe Store, air.
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, He'a got of Boots, rare the best, air,
i In Norther South, or East or W est, sir, '
'lis not made up of 'Slonnh' trash, air.
And he will aell it cheap for CASH, sir. '
So eoane along, enma one, eome all, air, . a.
Come rich, come poor, great aad auiall air, . , i
Come ploue folks, and hardened sin net. air, ;
And help along the new beginner, sir.
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Ho. 312 North High Street.
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XEAS X TEAS I
THE ATTENTION OF DEATKKS,
Hotel Keepers and Families, doairoua of obtain -ingshnioe
'lea. at reasonable rates, ia respectfully
directed to ear -
.t r j COKPLETK A8S0BTMEHT OT
GREEN, ELACk AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS.
r.iini.t 't t'H '!'.i'' ""
Whioh. we offer in original paokagaej, or in quanel
tiea to auit purchasers. We feel justified in saying
that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta
tiona, and while ordera are constantly coming in for
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"Justucb Tea aa you ant i8 before,"
eomplainta rarely ooonr. Persona who. as a -matt ; ;
of taste, or from hvgienio considerations, use Bla
Tea, often find it diueult to get good article. 1 ":"
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cannot be xoelled, and have established a repot,
tiof fur aa wherever we baveaold them. , ,. M,
tavtt tiATUirfAt ilAr$
raf'of th'ireat ' nd gweeteaf hopa,' nd belni
cues in-the aun are free from toe detetenoua
fecta produced by eontaot with oopner.
A full line of staple and fanoi 'Groceries alwayt
on hand a lowest market prieeaj
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BROOKS, STEARNS & CD.
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mOHARD KENNEDY
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Books, Periodicals. Stationery:
5CTUBE8rAKCT ABTIC1K8, MIC, j
Hol BO South High Street,
iJIeatDoottothe Foatdffle. .;;!
- COLUMBDI, 0H1
Warden, Wilson & McGaffey,'
.k i.iAil.j iV ,..ii.'y.,. AltB j, r ..n:!ii . 'i
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
' '! "- COLUMilBS, OHIO. '" thi:
. Will attend to all pntfesslimal 'business intrusted
to them, in the Supreme Court, and in k rankliu and
diointMt countiof. ' .i, , i;,,.
FFK?E-o.86EatBUv itreet. i"----1-"-ecU4Sm
J.C.WOODS,
GENERAL PIANO AGENCY.
,21 SOUTH HIGH STREET, h.
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.InttrumenU from the following klauufacto-
riea!
j t3T Chlbkoi-l'n'ir Sc Sons, -
' tW Xeclcor IJrotliers,
j t3T Ilallet. Dtvvi &, Co.,
I tW "Wi r. Emergou.
j All splendid Instruments. Particular attention
ta requested to the FINE INSTRUMENTS OF
DKCKElt BROS. Also, a fine assortment of the
very celebrated 1'ELOUUET ilELODtUNS and
CAIUNETOKUANS.
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XxaotruLXaaoxxta Xloutedy
and rent apply on purchase. Dcalora supplied on
aioat liberal terma. ,
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P. A. SELLS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
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; CommlsHion Merdinntu.
DEALERS IH
flour, Bait, Rah, Water Lime and Plaster,
, lontheait Corner Town and Fourth Streets,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
f.iy,
TO AND FROM .
GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND.
Tpapscott Bnus; : co.vs eitiigha.
1 tinrr and Fnreitfn Kxohange UAoe.ee SOUTH
STREET, NEW Y0RK.. M. . .
Brut t. oat' Eagr Isind, trelan.dt 8ctland
T.iuentt'a Favorite Line of Liverpool I'ackata Sai
every three daya. ,
X1.INE OF I'ONDOIT PACKETS
SALE EVERY TEN DAYS.
also, b t steamship sAiLiira wskklt.
I VrllMilrlshIn Useful for their friends' or re
mit money to the OLD COUNTRVyoan do so at the
lowest rates, by applying to .
BAlfcEVyTIIOirfPSOlt CO.,
onelt-wein Hankers, Columbua.
Legal Notice.
Samuel P. MoEWain, pl'tff.'l
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In the
Court of Common
" Plea's.
Franklin County, '
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Charles G. DelrY Pboibe
King,. Sarah King, Ureen- I
ann.1 Ivinir rlnt'fM. . I
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PMEHB KIN?, SAItAir KING AND
' Green wdoU Klni, In the State or Illinois, wilt
. t. At.- tk.iC....! T Lin L'tvatlrt T tl,r.Hs.tM
(IHSJ mrVIW ! iaaiuaiva . mui w aiu, va euowniiPT
ot Franklin, in the Slate nf i(hio, did, on the Mth
Hay of October, A. D. 1866, file hia petition in the
Court of Common Pleas, within and for said oounty
of Franklin and State of' Ohio, against the taid
Charles U. De.hlaf. , Phoebe King. Sara. King and
Ureenwood King, defendant, setting forth that on
the i7tn day ot june, a., u. icon, namuei rarsons
nUnvared a iujnmnt against Matthew King and
JJberles U. Deehler iq the Court, of Common Pleaa
in and loraaid county et v rangiin, VPio. tor tne sum
of $434.41) and costs. 1 bat said judgment
ha been-assigned to plaintiff MeKlraln: that the
ame, beoasaeviat the. time itwae obtained;' and ie
now, a4uiapq pupsisuyg i upon uwiouowiog
described preipisea, of winch the said Matthew King,
died aeiaed, 'Wwlt;r' Being in Franklin cftunty,
ihii h.in. that nasi af tn-lot number aiatv-eiahi
eonveyed by deed of quit claim to Elisabeth Strain,
oy reter ceu, anu ku hu apui wjlu,
1831, in theoity1 of Columbus, and being all that part
p( in-kitauiBiaraVxty-eight beginning at the north
boundary of raid lot on Rich atreet, exactly five feet
weatof tne northwest corner of the houae ocoupied
o said lot by thejaid EUaabeth; theno.onth.by 4
line drawn parallel to the west boundary line thereof;
thoheeeest alflntaaid south boundary line to theline
pf the heirs of Frederick Uitteritbenoe with their line
niribt" Rich stre.t; theuoe west along Rich street
M the point of bcglmiing.and being the Same prem
isbreonveyed by aaid Eliaabetn to Matthew King,
bf deed dated: July loth. H6; tliataaid judgment
waa obtained for part of the purchase money due for
said premises; that the sitid Matthew King has ainoe
deceased, leaving the aataV Pftmbe kie widow, and the
aaid Ureenwood and aaid Sarah hie heirs at law, and
firaying thai aaid premises may be sold to pay aaid
udgment end other liena, and the aaid Ft none King,
rarab Krng and Ureenwood King are notified that
they are requires to appear and answer the aaid pe
tition on or Wore the 8th day of December, A. D,
1MU. or said' petition will be taken aa true, and a de-
,ree entered aooordingly.;,
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1 W.W.HKHgJAtfyforplaintiff. . ..
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ADIKHV AND CIIlMnEN DI1E88
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maySS
JXWoSuth Uigh atreet.
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j EVERYBODY SHOULD ; CO ' AND, SEE, THE
GREAT, MRGAINS,
3DIrt TtT OOOIDS
IN AUCHTON'S,
And atail UiemaelTea of the rare opportunity now
I offered to select from
THE URGEST, NEWEST MO CHEAPEST
" STOCK OF GOODS IN COLUMBUS AT
I ' O O T!
JT BEIHO 'nr iniTENTlOlt TO Iake
' a iiew linp'rovcfnent In the Nangbtnn lluild
tt. -ith the new of adding a New Department
(that of a Carpet and House Furnishing Nulos
Laeapoirr), to my present business, the coining Fall, I
pran therefore determined) to offer my entire ateok
atieeuu iiiriov. m win iniuri. im. ,iirhu7 hi. juiu
make room for the Workmon and Meohanics.
THE STORE IsTlILL OF GOODS.
And must be'emptied by August 1st, In oohsequenco
of the abor.e improTementv , .
j V- rnome'mU-,this la'i t!foO'
I NO OXjX) 3TOOK,
bought at the high pricea ruling a few months ago
bat eyery thing . v v -
New: heap and Seasonably
(SELLINC ATA SACRIFICE !
CALL EARLYAND ;iSEE, f OR YOURSELVES,
, The Stock la complete In erery Department,
which fact alone is a great advantage to purchasers
kt eucb a time aa this, when scarcely a store can be
found with eren a moderate assortfl.tnt of Goods.
, Country Merchants, Poddler and lleatera Keoer
klly, shmild talie advantage of this opportunity to
sort up their titocka at lea. tbu Kaitern pricea,
i jaihp iVAUOii rorv,
1 18 and 122 South Illsrh Street.
. COLUMBUS, 0U10.
I i . M..-our rew uarbdt ftBd llouae rurnisning
Maleroom (to make whicn improvementa 1 am now
rolling oflT the present stock), will be opened about
September lut, lws, l'lease beat this in mind and
give me a eall, . , mnelu-dtf .
Auction and Commission Room
rplIEHNDEHHICNED HAVE OPENED
j-. an Auction ana uommusion noom at ( ,
I Ito. Ill Kant Town Street, -
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wher they are prepared to do a general Auction
Itnd Commission business. i ui'
i Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended
tOjcither in city or country. ,
Household Furniture sold every market morning
at the rnnm. eomtnenftineat 7 n'afnok.
Also, Furniture repaired and varnished oq the
Ihortost notice and most reasonableterma. -I
: TCRNEY A SIMON.
mohj.tf No. 144 Eaat Town Street
rPEXAS : LAW "AND LAND
j AGEWOY. .
I A1. B. NORTON, '
I ' Attorney at-Law,
having offices at ADSTIN. TYLER and WOOD
V llLh, withrompotent aasociatos, will
lniM.Nl
general COLLECTION ',
NESS throughout Texas.
AND AGENCY RIISI,
1 bose having lands or
elaims requiring proi pt attention in F'edoral ox
estate courts, or ninerwise, can auurrss mm ai r.mi
ern or Westorn offices. acpU)'tt&
Ecoiiomy iind flealtb
The American Dry Hop Yeast
waa Awaraeu iib rimi rrcnuum
j 1 at the Ohio S. ate Fair.
I' 7VERV FAMILY SHOULD USE THIS
li annerior Yeast. It is purely veuetable. con
ducive to health, and makes uolicious bread, better
than any other article now iri.ufo. It la convenient
to have on hand, and costs; less than any other Yeast
in the onuntry. It cannot be equaled in. raising
bread, cake, liuokwlieet, etc. Ask lor the American
Drv Hop Yeast, and take no other.
Feraale by Ornoers generally -1 -..-).
, j FARNSWORTa.SpALDINq 4 CO., ,
' MunnTilctiirera. Columbus. Ohio. '
' Orders from the trade by mail or express promptly
attended to. aeptio-UJm
! HOCKING COAL.
WE' ARE NOW READY TO FUR
NISH .
i A. Superior Article of
HooKins Coal
In'an'ynantlt'yi delivered to any part of' the bity
or on ttailroadcars.
jOffioe and Yard between Long and Spring Sta.,
No. 135 North High .Street.
Ordera respectfully aolicitedand promptly filled.
VAN PEUSEN dc DEItllNG.
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BEEM & SWAYZE,
j Merchant Tailors,
A ND DEALElif ffl BEADTrWi
l (Mnthin. and (inntV Furnishing Goods. No.
I iktSnnth Hi.h atreet. nooosite U. 8. Hotel. We
1 keep a well eeleeted stock nt uooas, vma. lorcigD
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, viauuuieaiiu, uivu u. vi.,. w i.:;.,:,.''w
good. .. . .... .- ;..,-!.. JiEEJl SWAVZE. :
aeptSO-tf x-
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ZETTLER - HOUSE,
E. Corner of FourtA tirid Frtond
Columbus. Oliio.
TJAVINO RECENTliY ASSUMED THE
Il management of thia large and oommodioua
Hotel, we have newly refitted it with roferenoe to the
convenience and comfort of guests, lu soliciting, a
geodlrehareofthepatronageof MetrtvlingMbiTet
we assure our frienda that we shall useevery effort to
please, J. 9- TOLL A SON,
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"';' i'ki a.' W Ait ib. oiiiit
Hannfaetnrera of all descriptions of , , .
'AEMJ mi 1 SPEING-'WAGONS
I aJtheJoweat pri.'rorsonideaTroos of purchasing
w. 11 do well to oau at tne repoaiuiry vi
TT . h.. .V'..'-' ii r-i '.'I t-tyj
Cirnag of Gay and Third etreete, ColnmBne, Ohio.
AgeuU for the above, All order! promptly attended
'.1
jnneO-dtf .1' r ,,' . ,.j
WHISKY, BRANDY WINE,
Liquors of all Kinds.
1 V' 1 I
TF?y
1 L m . - . H m- A,m W-.M. w.vw
. Thirtv barrels Pure 10 years old Bourbon
Whisky. :iAuk, twenty-five barreli pare a to U
yearav
ia .
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Mbnbngela Whisky,
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of the best brand, (Will be aold by. the demijohn,
kec or barrel: also, ail ainoa ut "" "
iLiquora,.
ii 1 1
EiACEIlLE ROSS 4c CO.. -'
14 South liigh itreet.
deou
TO THE
READERS AND FRIEllDS
OF
m yj.
THE OHIO STATESMAN.
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In PpllUci. Taa Ohio Statmm4K la )
For the Country, for the Con
! .etltutlon, jano: forthe ;
Union of Equal
States, . ,
W"ith equal privileges, and with equal and exact
justice to all U itixona.
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We nt-e for the Old Flag, vrlth not
. at Mtar er Strip) Kraieed, and
' lor the Old Union. .
" far aa it b passible to restore it, and for the
EXISTING CONSTITUTION,
' in it spirit, letter, aad purpose.' '
ttpon tte Coming iTvents of the Year,
I K?st the Hopes of the People
! , and iovernnienti
VV O-vrcS It' to tlto Memory
i of our Failicriii, to the
J ,ilopes of our Olilldreu,
j to the Future of our -
! ' ' : Country,'
bo TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF MANKIND,
to urge onr rulers to pnrsne a Po icy that shall in
aura tho earliest Restoration poasi le. -
THE STATESMAN
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will do all it can to aid in bringing about early Ro
ator&tion; and hence, the Publishers invite support
ind enoourasemont from all those whi, while
wishing for a
j J , , ,"1..
I GOOD lVEWSlX.?ini,
also wish to have a
SOUIVD COXSTITUTIOiYAL JOURNAL
tVe publish a paper In which we aeek to give the'
... . TRUTH. " 1 " '
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Our Commercial Reports, . . ,
Our Markets,
Our Political and
Ceneral News
ire carefully freed from the sensational charaotor
nd we aeek to make TDK Sttcuian ,
Trustworthy in Every Particular.
For TVewn. for Inatrnctlon, fbr Good
1 Bloralw, for Sonmd Political
j Sentiment, for u Steady '.'
Def enaw of American
IntItnilona,Take, :
Bead and help . ,
to Circulate.
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' THU -' " "
Weekly Ohio Statesman
li one of the largest,- cheapest, and best printed
pkpera in tbe West. ' Kach nflmber oOntainf "com
plete rMitflia of all the
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tW CALL FOB ACIKCOLAE DE8CBIBIN0
ALL 8TMPT0M8, ...
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: ear are at first very alight', rersots find they nave
a odd, that they , nave froquont attacks, and are
biore sensitive to the changes of tompcrature. In
this oondition, the nose may be dry, or a slight di
ehargo, thin an acrid, afterwards becoming thick and
adhesj re.. Aa the disease becomes chronic, (iie dis
charges are increased in quantity and changed in
Quality: they are now thick" and heavy, and are
hawked or caiighed off. Thaseor.-tiona are oflensiver
causing a bad breath:, the voice is thick and .nasal;
the eyes are weak; tho sense of the smell ia lessen
ed or destroyed; deafnoss frequently takes place.
A nother aominon and important symptom of Catarrh
ii, that the person ia obliged to clear hia. throat a.
(he morning of a thick or alimy mucus, which has
fallen down from the head during the night. When'
this lakes place the person may be ure that his dis
ease is on its way te the lungs, and should lose n
time in arresting it.
, Tkt abnvt or but a few of th many Catarrh
lymptomt. f , . .... t: '.( ,
A. .Ingle Ilottle -will last a month
To be umu three tlmeit n day. ' -
TEsimOiVIAfi
From Hon. Thn. J, Turner Be-Jfemitr nf CangrtM
from JUlnoin, UlU Ijptakxr. nf Jliinoit Uiru of
! Hmtrwnta tint. and Orund Matter of A.,i and
: A. M.,of tte istattqf JUlnoi.
."' ( Fbkepokt, Oct 51, 1883.
l)R.D.il.SEELTE:;
1 Urab Sir In reply to your notice of the 18th
Inst.. I would say that I waa severely aHli ted with
llatarrb for years, when 1 became acquainted with
you and bought two bottles of your Liquid Catarrh
Kamedy. Hofme I had used one bottle 1 was sensi
blv improved, and before the second bottle waa fin
ished, waa completely cured. I can recommend the
medicine to ell alllicted with Catarrh.
Bespeoifully Yours,
TUOS. J. TURNER,
DU. I. II. SKIXYE & X.,
' Holm Pbophiktobs, Chicago, 111.
Laboratory at Freoport, 111.
' :( 1 ' At Wholesale by ' '. " ' ' '.'
JOHrJ D. PARK, Cincinnatl,0
Wholesale Agent for Ohio. - 1
i At Retail in Columbua by
J J. R. COOK. R.JONES A SON, S. E. SAMUEL,
G. ROBERTS, MARl'LE A BITSON. SCI1UEL
LEK A CO., and for sale by
DrurfIt( Everywhere.
! febl3-d4tweowly (
1 -
j.- LEWIS & COX,
iOSKTUi. LKWtfl, CBAaLTOaTT.'UWn, g. I.COZ,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,'
133. BROADWAY: F0ST0FFICE BOX 6660,
NEW YORK CITY, ' "
ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS IN
the Court, of the United States, and In tbe
Departme ta at Washington. Especial attention
given to Internal Revenue businoss, and to claims
against Foreign Governments, as well a. our own,
1 The senior partner. Judge Lewis, late Comini
atonaa of Internal .Revenue, and CnARt.TOif T.
Lkwis, formerly Deputy Commissioner, will bring
to that department ot business a thorough acquaint
anne wth the Revenue Laws and Decisions.
' Mr. Cox'R connection with the committee of
Foreign Affairs in Congrosa, for many yoara, insures
a thorough knowledge of legislation and busineea at
Washington.
,aug.3-d&wtf.
' OALLKHKR, ' ' " ' m 4. aUTTngW8,
Late of Mason Co., Ky. Of MayaviUe. Ey.
I ...... .0. MILRON,. . , . .
j. v Late of Mt. Sterling, Ky. - -
1 HIcrcliantsv Hotel,
(FORUKRLT DBNNI80N
AlLEnER, ' NELSON '& CO., - Prbietors',
I ... IV-I"
1 Fifth Street,, near Main,
01xxoin.i.ti, ' Olxloa !
I : . : ' ' .
' WThis House having been thoroughly repaired
enovated and newly furnished, ia now open.
.mar8'-tf '
M
aster Commissioner's Sale,
J . , Eluha Wilson ) Court of Commqn, .
I , va. Pleas of. VJ1
John A. Roberta and others.) Franklin County. .
IN PVHStTANCE OF AN OKDEll IN
the above case from the above Court to me di
rected, 1 will oiler foraale at publio auetion, at
the door of tho Court House, in theoity of Colum
bus, on :.:. :
Thursday, the ICth day of November;' A I
D.1805,
at twoo'olock P. M the following desorined real es
tate, situate in Jcranklin eonnty, unio, to-wit: 1 ,
.Doing a part of Lot Numhor 68 in J. Ridgway'a
addition to Columbus went of ih Soioto river, and
bounded and de oribed ae follows, via: Beginning
at the southwest corner of said Lot No. 88, thence
easterly on thesouth line thereof seventy (70) feet,
thence northerly at right anglea to aaid aonth line
tnirty-'thre(33).feet, thence westerly parallel with
raid southerly lino seventy, feoi to the west line of
said Lot. thence southerly on said west line to the
placed beginning. -.
. Appraised at H5S.0O. ' '
Printer's fees to 7i
I - .. .. . : WM. D0MIGAN, '"
I . ' Sheriff and Master Commissioner.
oetWHlItAwtd
Legal Notice.
rtTILLIAM O. STEVENS AND JEITII.
TT Ma Stevens, his wifc.of County, State
of Iowa, will take notice that George W. Ingham,
of Franklin eouuty, Onio, did, oa the 13th day of
Oftoher, 186a, tile bis petition inThe Court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for .the County of Franklin,
in said State of Ohio, agauiat tbe aaid WilKem 4.
. Stevens and Jemima Stevens, defendants, setting
forth that tbe said William O. Stevens and Jemima
Stevens hia wife, gave a mortgage to thossid Oeorgo
Wj. Inaham'on tiji acres of land, more or less, being
the west part of lot No. S of tho nub-division of seo
tion No. 4, in township No. 1 and range No. 18 in
said county of Franklin, State of Ohio, apd in Sha
ron township, to securo ttie payment of fM7, a-oord-ing
toaccrtain noteieferrerl to iu said mortgage. and
that there is due thoreon $45.61 of intorcst, with in
terest thereon from January 1, 1885, and praying that
aaid premises may be aold to pay the same aud for
other -reliof. - - .. ,-. ..
The said William 0. Stevens and Jemima Steven,
are notified that they are required to appear and an
awer aaid petition on .or. before the third Saturday
aftorthe Mth dayof November, 188.1.'
Dated thia ltth day of October, 1865.
T r . I .;. ; . GKoltoi W. INGHAM.
By B. n. AuiRT, bia Attorney. ,
Ootl3-8w 1. 7i
ROAD NOTICE.
ikfiKEnr GIVEN THAT
It a petition will be presented to the Commission
era of Franklin county at their next December aea
alep, tolat out and establish aoounty road in Frank
lin townahip, commencing on the Amity road at or
near the corner nf the old farm of Thomas Deems,
ang running south on the line between the landa of
Thomas Deem and William Wiloon to the Colum
bua and' Xenia rallroadj' thence south on the line
between the landa of Fippin, William Wilson, and
A.l'hitteaden a.id Wilson, to thel aonUiwest corner
of jrViltiam Wilaim'a farm: tbonae to the National
rnap on the line between the lands of Hubert Kior
dan and A, Chittenden, and there tn terminate- ,
PETITIOWERS.1"
T3opt. ia.i8eB-ooU8-iww
il
ii" " 1 " ' , .' : " 11 1 'ii
INFLUENCE OF A WIFE.
I VVliy do yon keep me so long at tho door?"
Fftid Edward: F, piuwionately: to hiailwUen
The uiRlit hail passed, bat its cold wind had-
pntej-eil cue house, as Mrs, 4 , with a Bom
rowful heart undid tlie lock..; ;: ..
I . "It Is late, Edward, arid 1 could not keep
jfrom,6lutiiberiiifr."; !:...,i ii
lie said nothing in return to this, but i
Hung hiijisclf into a chair and gazed intent-;
ly. on the Art). His son climbed upon hia i
knee,. 1 and putting . his aroia around hia
iathpr'a neck, whi8H;rfd, "l'apa what has 1
mama been crying lor?" : 1 ,1
Air. F. started, and shook off his boy, ,
and wid with violcuce,"Get to lied air;,'
what buelnesa has ypur, mothec to let you
be up at thia hour ?' . ) 1 ,..,m i- j
! The poorcliild'ti lower lip pouted, but he -was
at.the time too much frightened to cry.
Kit sister sik'ntly took Lim up, and when
liereHulicd his bed his heart discharged itself :
in noigygrict iThe mother heard htecryr,,
ing, nd weut toliira, but soon returned toi
the parlor. Sim lancd upoa her husband .
tid thus addressed. him; '
, ."Edward, I will not upbraid you on ac-1
tount ot your barshuess. to me, but I Im
plore you not to act In this manner before : ;
ypur childcrn,, i ou are not, Edward, what
. . ...... ,
you used to be I these
wretchedness, as. well as bad hours. . You
. -,
wrong me, yon wrong yourself, thus to let
tny hand show I am your wile, but nt
the same time let your heart know single
ness in matters of moment, l am aware
of the kind of society in which: you have
lately indulged. Tell me, .Edward, lor.,
heaven's sake, tell I We are ruined : is it not
10?" "
Edward had notaworrJ tosaytohiswife;
but a man's tears are more awful tiiau his
words... . - ...it i- 1 t .
i "Well, be it so, Edward; our childcrn
may sutler from our tall, but it will redoub
le my exertions for them. 1 And as for my
self, you do not know tne if you think that
circumstances can lessen my feeling for
them. A woman's love is like the plant
Jhich shows itsstrorigtb themoreitistrod
uu on.' Arouse yourself, my husband'. It
is true your father lias cast you oil', and you
are indebted to him in a serious sum; but
he is not all the world only consider your
wife in that light." ,
' A slight tup was heard at the door, and
Mrs. F. went to ascertain . tlie.ca.ubc. felio
returned toher husband. ...
"Alary is at the door ; she says you always
kissed her before she went to bed."
1 "ily child, my child," said the father,
'God blef s you 1 I am not well, JIary."
; 4,2vay, do me to-night. Go to rest now, -i
give me one of your pretty smiles in the
morning, aud your father will be happy
again."; : :.; -
1 Mr. F. was persuaded by his affectionate
partner to retire ; but sleep and rest was not
lor lii 111 his wife and children had once
given him happy dreams; but now tiie ruin
he had brought upon them was an awaken
ing reality. When the light of the morn
ing faintly appeared above the Hue of the
opposite houses, Mr. V. arose.
1 "Where are you going, Edward ?" said
his watchful wife. . ,
"I have been considering," he replied
calmly, "and lain determined to try my
father. . He loved me when I was a boy; he
wts proud of me. It is true, I have acted,
dishonorably by him, aud should, no doubt,
have ruined him. Yesterday . I spoke
harshly ot him, butldid not then know
mysell. Your deep affection, my dear wile,
. iias completely altered me, ; I will make up
for it 1 will, indeed I will... Kay, don't
gIeyo me ia this way this is worse to mo ,
mart an. A win 00 obck soon ,
. The childcrn remained in the breakfast
rtaui. , Mary was ready with her smile, And
the boy was anxious .for the notice ot his
father. ; In . a 6hort time Mr..F- returned.
I 'We must sink, my love ! he will not help
me. lie upbraided mej I did not, 1 could
not answer him a word. , lie spoke kindly.
: of you and our little ones, but he cost me
AtY tnroufir
Ull JUIVf-l I . It. .'
The distressed man had scarcely said this.
hen a person rudely caniQ in.. .The pur
port ot his visit was soon perceived.., In the
liu me of F.'s lather lie took possession ot the
property, and had the power to make F. a
prisoner. .. .. i ' 1
i "You shall not take papa away," said the
little, sou, at the same time kicking at the
otliccr. .,7 , . .1
i vMama," whispered Mary, "muHtmyfatlii
er go to prison? VVou't they let us go
too?" 1 I" , . ' 'I .
I Uere comes my authority," said the dep
uty sheriff. The elder Mr. doggedly
placed himselt iu a chair. . ' , .
1 "You shall not take papa away," cried out
the little boy to his grandfather.
"Whatever may bavo been my conduct,
sir," said the miserable Edward, "this is un
kind ia you. I have not a single feeling
for myself; but my wife and my children I
you have no right to harass them with
your presence." :.: -i
"$ay,ausbHiid,"respontledMxs,F,"tblnlt
not ot me. Your father, can not distress
me. I have pot known you from your
childhood as he has done, but he shall see
how I can clinff to ydtt in yoifr poverty;
lie has forgotten his youthful days ho has
lost sight of his own thoughtless years"
I The old Gentleman directed his law agent
to leave the room He then slowly aud
nervously answered thus : .-
! "Madam, I have not forgotten my own
thougbtlegs days.1, 1 have not forgotten
that I hud a wife as amiable and noble
minded as yourself, and I have not forgot
ten that your husband was the favorite
child. An old man hides ids sorrows, but
let not the world think him unlceling, es
pecially as that world taught him to do so.
The distress that I have this moment
caused, was premeditated on my part. It
has its full effect. A mortal gets advise by
single steps and may think tho victim fnnsc
return by degrees.: I know.' Edward's
disposition, and that with him a single
leap was sulllclent. The leap he has taken.
He is again in ray memory as the farorito
pf his poor mother; the laughing-eyed
young of a 1 - pslm w 1, a an old fool t
for what anil erring?" - - '.
Little Mary had Insensibly drawii herself
towardathe old philosopher, and without
uttcringri word, pressed his hand and nut
her handkerchief to bor eyes. The boy
also left his parents and walked up to the.
old tnau't kuees, and turning up hi round
cheek t : , "Then you won't take papa
awayT' .
; "No, yon lrhprudcnt little rascal; but I
will take you away, and when your moth
er comes lor you, 1 will treat her so well
that I will make your father follow after,"
Thus came happiness at the heels of ruin,
If husbands oftcner' appreciate the ex-,
quisite and heaven-like affection of their
wives, many happier "firesides would be
seen. "One In love and one in mlnrJ,"
bught' to be the motto1 ot every married
pair. And fathers would tnany s time1
check improvidence, if they were to make
use of reflection and kindness, rather than
prejudice and strjotnesi. ; ( j
KiMKmcAivi .house.;;,!
I. E0B8 HAWLIK CO.;rbprietort, 11 " "
; . ... . , -.-. n.j:- ' ' : I
tl ii. iu f" .r"""".!.
IU .'W '
J. tOSSaAMMM ' . U flARDNgR, '
une26-dt
J. M. PSVMA-
57th General Assembly of Ohio.
ym.-.-r' cimTigaV, . , , 1
! lo'flwiHiefc.;wt:;...;i.i X
S. L. llv'on. ,
Ooo B HnlhaterV
W M llnl.ni.n
S.l Warren and Butler N . C MeF.rTainf. '
3d Montgomery and Preble... A. I,. Harris., -nl 1
4th Urown and Clermont. . ..a. f. Iknr4nty. . .
5th-Oreen. Cllnt-m, ee......A. W. loan:T' "0,
th Rons and Jli(liland.....,.hil8 Irion.- , .nil (l
7th Adams, Scioto, etc John T. Wilson. .
Sthi ilawrenea,'Gallia,U)...i.Jneeph rtrnrthnrj." J
; 9th Kairfield, Athcjis. eta..,. IK. Benl iiiMtxi.., ; .a
hfl h-Franklin and Pickaway.;. T, WnMngu
llllii Cbaupaign, t larke, eto.Toland Jogei.v t'. t't'M
!2th Darke, Miami, etc Jobn K. Cummins. .
ll.Uh Logan, Marion, t. .... ..Pi B. tJofe. 1 r
Mth Wasbim.tori.Morpan.etc.r'am'l S. Knnw'es,
tSth Muskingum and' Perry.. nmI, ia. ' " ,
letit-Lieking and Delaware.. Willard Wmwji (
1742e--Knox. Wayne.eto ,
isth Coshnetor ATuacrawaa.Aiig rt..,v:
mth Monroe and U uernsev. . .Robert fctvag,
Sotb Harrlaon and lieVmont. . .Pliiiiry West. 'l'1 ' '
Hist tnik aid Carroll.... v,Ilctiry Martin.'r ...
Hid-Jefforaon A Columbini;.r.f. Brooks. ' ' ,,J
JWr-rMahoDirig 4 Trumbull, j. Geo, T. Bniwav ililort
tilh Ashtabula, Lake, eto....Abner Kelloeg ..
fclth-Cu .abiiga I . . Samoel Vf ill imUhttM '
IS.tiorfS .SnnaJt.,.ayalJ U..iXibbala )0
S7th Medina and Lorain L. D. Onswold.
J'XJi-Kiohlaan aed Ashlaud. J' J'"!. "I t" HI
Both Huron, Krie, etc .JI.il. Sadler., i
tlst-Hencoa. Crawford, etc. . . CitrtUJierri Jr." ' 1
MdXWilllama. Anglaiae. etc ffiffifg!11
I3d Lupaa, ITanoock, eto. . . '.
1 " Republlea ni.'.'. .'.
I l Demoorata.i. ...... ......
.lames v; Ntil,
Varlee Ceilini i..,,
.....18 - "
.... m';...IiU Hl'l
, i . ,, i,. . .. . ii . t i j.-. ,
Democrats in able,
i i iiosn inaraca tiiuj' wore memoers w tne ihi
LtirUlatuM. . . ' 1 -J
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HOUSE OF BJU'KKSENTATITES,,. ,
OCNflBS.
RRPKE8BKTATIVE8.
Adams ,
Henry L: PMlIlrm.
X. Joneti'i
WMUitn liiruiU.
A . hrhway;-
Wm. P. .lolinwiu.,' i
.. .Robert E'. Garden.'
tCnulKon Davenport..
"1 John Patr.n
frM.,FUx.
)C hriiitpi 'her Ihtuhe.
liat If Catt. '"
.Win. D.ford.v,
.S.T. McMorran.'1
......dlenry C. Houston, i
A brain 1'eetor. r
Jolmir. i)raiUXi' '
.......... Jcn-e 1 . Orrai. ',
)H. W. Clark. ,
)Siiinel Fog. i !,
..French II'. rharnhilt, ,
Alien...,;.
Ashland
A'hiabula ....
Athens
Auglaize ,
bclmont......
Brown .......
Bptlor......
Carroll ,
Chnmpaign...
Clarke.i.......
Clermont.....
Clinton
Columbiana..
Coshocton....
Craw lord
Cuyahoga....
Darke ,
Delaware ....
Krie
Kairfiold
Fayette
Franklin
Fulton
Oallia
Geanga
(irecne.......
Guernsey....
......... "i
ia. k.
..ThomnKtteef.""
. 1aiKler. i 1 .
, l.fK'kWIMKl.. .
.Gallup. - I.
. . kt .....
.......:..(. Ilouah.
...A.T. Wilcot. A
I'. C.Itutter,
.Mills 'Inrdiier. '
'" Jvkn Ii. MtirshuU.
..............K. Master. ''
...J.ll. M. MonUtninenr. ,
Peter Iti'rheocR.'
.11. F. Howard.!
John T. Clark.
"Henry Kessler; '
I Wm. Stanton
W. P. Ninon.
.Inn. M. Cochran.
Hamilton.....
M. P. Gaddis, . d
F. II. Oberklinc,,
T. L. Young, !
Geo.. H. Wright.
Inane Ciieaer
Solomon Kroner., i
Ingram Clark.
..D. M Barrett.
...... ...t Wm. 8. DrenliaeA ' j
.Law. HeMtirrell.
,t.-r Frank rawrer. J
, James Tripp. r,
....:.:.......!.....Sam'l C. Kerr."'
H. B. Banning
..Rimscll Tiantinas.
, Thos. N. Davey
Jon II. Pvtium.. ,
Jon I ioUttt, ''
..Don l'iatti i
W. W. Boynton.
ITancock..
Ilanlin....
llarrinon..
fliihlanl.
Hocking.
Holmes..
r
tluno......
Jackson....
Jolferaon...
Kuox......
Lake..
Lawrenoe...
licking.-.
Logan
Lorain
Lurax.
Madison
Mahoning
M anion '.i;.....
Medina. .r
Meigs .-
Mercer and Van Wert,
Miami!
Monroe..
.J .'A: Chase.
U. M.. Hansf.y.)(f
loseph Urnff.
. uoA Roeeneran4i ' . I
......Hiram Hmnion. ,,
.....Thos. A. Welch. ''
J. A, IhtiU,.';;
,W. 1). Alexander.
.t.lul JJeadief.
Montgomery. . .
Thos. J.WUIiama!
Morgan....,.....,.;.
Morrow
Muskingum .,
Noble.;..;...;..
Ottawa and Wood...
Perry
Pickaway
Pike
Portage
Preble
Putnam and Henry..
...John 11, Khodea,
(A.W. Shipley. V
f rcrry nil"". , ,
,.;..CharIee Hart. '
......,H.L.Wood. i.
A Democrat, .
,.iA. Z. J'errlU. I
......A Dtmocrat ,
.. Wm. Medman. '
i.Philip Lybrook. U
....... A'. Jt. Heller,
.t.i. S. 8. Blom.,
Hoss.'.'..:.;j
Sandusky,
Scioto:...
JAitmoeraX. 10
"met 'aftli,.
Sonrca
Shelby.
Stark,.
SuTimit...u.,...j.i.
Trumbull. ,
Tuscarawas...,
Union.......'...,.'....
Vinton..........
Warrea.,,...,.4....
Washington..
Wivna... "L A '..,-
UiU. ieaiie Kaav. ''1
. . , y. Lefevtr il
; IE. F. iobneirier. .j
(Ilunlplirev Hoover.,
............John Encell.'"!
.....Austin D. Kibheei. i'
JAn B.He.,
.. ,,..M. C. Lawrence.. i.
Andrew J. Strain.,
,...;.....J. II. CmilterJ1
(A. L. Curtia. nt
........ )a, L. Haskin,, , i
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WiiljaiBS)
I'ehance
Pnulding
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dot. . ! vs. '. 7. v.'.'.'.'. v. ;;";on;;: ;. v.s. it. womi
ubluna..,.'..,.vi....,.'.....v.rA.iijA.Vv.
Wyandi
RoDuhli
llemocrau , .., a ,
Republicans In Roman; 'Democrat In hotl.
Thoae.inarkel were m.luberl of the last House. ':'
'On joint ballot, Republicans tPl '1
! Democrats : r. 'v
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Notice.
y State bf Ohio," ttburt it
. inn '.,. .... r Common Hloaa of Frank. "I
pophiaO.Jiorrl,lert.) . lin County. :i , . .. ..'nl
rTlHR DEFENDANT IS HEttEBY NO-
1 . titled that the plaintiff, on the 30th day of i'.il
September, 1865, filed bia petition in theaeore named ' 'xl
eourt. charging tne eeienaaut witn navimteommit, r
cirtnati, Ohio, in ttie aummer of lset and W5: and "J"
bO,, V lull' I J IVU U" ' V. . dVub , , ' . v . v,r ...
praying that be may be divorcee from said defend . J
ig that ne may oe uivnroee irotn sail aei.na -j. i
ant. which petition will be heard at the next term of, , i ,
eaidenurt., - ' .. . JAa. NORRIS. ,, ,
Bv Rankin ana wyua, Attorneya. "
ootBWW . i '!- rl. .1 !. ' ;"'; ' ' J'-'it '1
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Notice.
al tfERERY GIVEN THAT THE BUB-;, ,
MCKIllr.lt naa neen appointed ana quaiinndae, ,.
A.lMlnistMtor'of the tte ot l-.iuina Shoemaker ' .
lalanf Franklin Couotitidoeeaaed.. . .
":r . , .1.1 ,ni. i t ;M,..u. im(
liarea at vuu ri Ir-,
ootl7-lUlw3l AllCUAULKlNUUir.

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