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The Ohio Statesman Company. AMOS LAYItArV, f COLUMHU8, OHIO I FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 3. Committee Meeting. There will bo a meeting of the Demo- ertto Executive Committee of " Franklin county, on Saturday morning. Nor. 4th, 1806, at 10 o'clock, at the Committee Room. SAMUEL KILE, Sec'y. The Journal Against the President An Article from the Commercial. aaei-clatl. , . The Ohio State Journal of the 1st Instant, contained a leading editorial article, looking to the exclusion of the members of the new Congress elected In States, that were in re bellion" against the Government and au thority of the United States. The article is In direct conflict with President John son's Restoration Policy, and was evident ly prepared under Radical inspiration.' Its utterances accord with the views of them that are laboring to induce McPherson, Clerk of the last House of Representatives, to leave tbe names of the members frmi the Southern States off the roll. Tbe writer of the article, and all who lavor the exclusion of the Southern members by HcPherson, in opposition to the Policy of the Admin istration, are admirably answered by the ed itor of the Cincinnati Commercial whose arti cle on that subject we reproduce this morn ing., Be cites a precedent under which Mc Phebson can be summarily disposed of, If he shall undertake to play the char acter the Radicals have assigned hiui. No tkcjk Union man can lavor the turning out from the Halls of Congress the Repre sentatives of the Southern States ; and the President, it Is understood, will take the earliest opportunity to give expression to this1 idea, . ' .-' - ; A Good Appointment. -We see it announced that President John son has appointed Cel. . YV.C. Grkenk, of the1 Philadelphia Sunday Transcript, to be Pension Agent in the City of Brotherly Love. Col. Grkknb gave a warm and cor dial support to AIcClellan at the last Pres idential election; and, like all Democrats, be Is now sustaining the Restoration Policy of the President. His appointment is a just recognition of tbe patriotism of bis course, as well as an appropriate tribute to a talented journalist and a whole-souled, genial gentleman. It gives great satisfac tion to all but the Radicals, who have al ready set up a big howl over it. They re gard it as another indication of the coming storm, which is to sweep them all out of office. '.' : Bingham! We understand that John A. Bingham Is in the city, looking after his chances to be elected United States Senator. He has read our accounts of the doings of the Republican Executive Committee, and of its efforts to compose the Senatorial. Imbroglio; and thereupon, has deemed it wise to make a pilgrimage to this political Mecca, in or der to instruct the Committee as to the most expeditious mode ot severing tbe jugular of Sherman and Schenck, respectively, and to offer himself up on the altar of "com promise !" He has not been accounted much of a "compromise-man" hitherto; but he goes in for "compromise" when It Is himself that is to be "compromised I " Ba bes and Cogqeshall are understood to be alarmed at Bingham's appearance here! A Suggestion from the Right Quarter. Under this bead, the Mantfleld Shield and Banner, the efficient and able organ of the Democracy of Richland county, prints the suggestion we made some days ago, as to the duty of Democrats to support Democratic papers. It prefaces our suggestion with the following introductory words : - " The Ohio SIatesman, the State organ of .the Democracy, which did yeoman ser Tioe in the late campaign, and made its own county the banner county in the State in rolling up a majority .for. Morgan, thus urges the Democracy of the several coun ties to support their local papers. Its im portance must be manifest to every one, and we hope our noble Democracy will lay their shoulder to the wheel in increasing the circulation of the Shield, as besides ex erting the influence desired, it will the bet ter enable us to give the Old Shield an en tire new and beautiful dress, at tbe end of this volume, which it is our intention to do.?,' , We. trust that tbe appeal made by the Shield and Banner miry be met in the right spirit; and that the Democracy everywhere may subscribe and pay for their home or gans. : y . ;: The Senatorship Imbroglio-Coggeshall Has No Shaw! The able and intelligent Columbus cor respondent of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, wrote to that paper, under date of October 80, as follows: ' ' " '." ' 1 ' - Mr. Baber, of this city, who . aspires to the Senatorehlp, as the compromise jtaqdi date, and whose friends boast that he is sustained by seven leading members of tho Leglsiatore gaining one1 member from Southern Ohio since I last wrojw-you, has, in his own terse language, detined his posi tion against the present Cabinet, by saying that "any man who says, as Bill Seward does, that Simon Cameron is an honest man, or that Bill Dennlson (tbe postmaster Gen eral) is a statesman, must he a d d fool." This- position will doubtless give Baber friends. ., . , Mr. Galloway, whose- Senatorial cake b deemed by his friends to be all dongh, since a new Richmond, In the shape of Baber, has entered tbe field, is about leaving ,for Wash ington, to take his chances as the fstfeceda neum" of Mr. Dennlson, Mr, Baher kindly offering bis most earnest support and 'that of his friends. The Columbus postofflce, in the event of Galloway's tnccess, is said to be promised to Charles Breyfogle, of this city, who id said to be the favorite of President Johnson for the place, because the applicant, like the President, was once a Democrat, and is a tailor. - General Cox has rented the fine dwelling, ith its furniture, of Judge Swayne, at the head of State street, which he will turn into an Executive Mansion and receive his friends during the pendency of tbe Senato rial canvass. The Governor elect is said to be non-committal on the subject of Sher man's success, but the knowing ones look upon the move as one in favor of Mr. Baber, for as a near relative of Judge Swayne, it is said to be presumed that he would not rent his magnificent residence to Gen. Cox, were It not to subserve the interests of his friend and relative, R. P. L. Baber. If this new combination have foundation in fact, Mr. Coggeshall has no show fortheScoatorship. as ltabor already occupies the ground and will get the support ot all opposed to Den nlson and tbe present Cabinet. -. r " ,. -la ' . iiil,!t !.. [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] The Clerk of the House. Wendell Phillips, some months ago, made bis proclamation that the fate of the nation was In the hands of the Clerk of the last House of Representatives, who, by law, holds over until the new Congress elects a Speaker, and whose duty it is to prepare an official list of members. Mr. Phillies avowed that in the firmness of the Clerk In excluding from the roll the names of mem bers from reconstructed States, was vested the only hope of National salvation. This was the rock or sandstone upon which we , reposed, and be expressed -a-tnulanoholy apprehension that the Clerk might not be a man oi soiiaicy. Mr. Edward McPherson, the Clerk of the Ilouse, would have been a singular person If he had manifested any considerable op position to this and kindred efforts to mag nify his office, but he would have com mended himself to the judicious, if he had been careful not to show a d Imposition to as sist In the process of the exaggeration of h is consequence. We find In the New York Evening Pott, a Washington . letter dated October 23, containing the following: : "The Clerk of the last Congress, by law, holds over till the new Congress elects a Speaker, and it Is his duty to procure an official list of members. He calls the roll when the House meets, and when the elec tion of Speaker takes place be uses this roll. Great power Is conferred upon the Clerk, but It could not be otherwise. Mr. Mc Pberson has informed his friends, without reservation, that he will not place upon the official list ot members any person claiming to be elected from a State that has been in rebellion against the Government. To do differently would be to decide, himself, one of the most Important questions before Conrress: for to let In elchtv Southern members at the outset to vote upon the sub ject of their own recognition, would end die controversy in tneir lavor at once. That members of Congress elected In States that were involved in the rebellion will present themselves in the Hall of the House of Representatives on the first Mon day of December next, is certain. "Knock insr at the door." is a fljrure of speech There Is no military or other guard at the door to inspect the passes of members, and pronounce upon their validity. Horace Maynard and Colonel Stokes, of Tennessee, will not encounter any more difficulty In walking into the Hall, than the Hon. Ben jamin Eggles ton and General R. B. Hayes, of Ohio. ' ' Tennessee we suppose may be counted a State that has been in rebellion against the Government.' Mr. McPherson has If the Post's correspondent Is well informed, and we have no doubt he Is told his friends without reservation, that he will not place the names of Maynard, Stokes and others of the Tennessee delegation (the applica tion of this example to all the reconstruct ed States is clear) upon his official roll. Perhaps" a motion will be made directing that he shall call ait the btates ana the names of their Representative; and per haps lie win refuse to ao so. can tie lmag ine that the decision of this momentous question rests with him alone? ; An instructive precedent will readily be cited by readers ot Congressional history, On the 2d of December, 1839, at tbe open ing of the twenty-sixth Congress, Hugo Garland, Clerk of tbe twenty-tilth Congress, rmuseu to can the names or the members from New 'Jersey, because the seats of all the members ot that State were contest ed. 1 or three days there was an excited and wild debate, the House being both un organized and disorderly. On the fourth day the clerk was directed to call the roll again, and commencing with Maine had proceeded according to the geographical situation of the States, as far as New Jer sey, and was about to say that he would not call tho names ot memners or that State, when John Qulncy Adams, who had not had anything to say about the controversy up to that moment, suddenly took the floor ana saia : "I rise to interrupt the uerk." Instantly there was prolound silence in tho Hall, and Mr. Adams said: "We degrade and dip grace our constitu ents, and the country, because the Clerk of ine House, tne mere ueric wnom we em ploy, and whose existence depends upon our will, usurps the throne and sets us, the Representatives and vice-gerents of the whole American people at defiance, and .holds us in contempt. And : what Is this Clerk ot yours ? Is he to suspend by his mere negatives the functions of Govern ment, and put' an end to this Congress? tie reiuses to can the ro'.l I it is in your power to compel him to call it, if he will not do it voluntarily. (Here Mr. Adams was interrupted by a member, who said he was authorized to say, that compulsion could not reach the Clerk, who bad avowed that he would resign rather than call the btate or JMew Jersey.) WelU sir, let him resign, continued Mr. Adam?, and we may possibly discover some way by which we can get along without the aid of his all powerful talent, learning and genius." ' . Mr. Adams submitted a motion to reauire of the Clerk to call the roll for tbe State of New Jersey, and there was a general out cry of "how shall the question be put?" All knew the Clerk would not put it. Mr. Adams said: "I intend to put the question myself." That solved the difficulty. Rich ard Barnwell Rhett, of South Carolina, sprang upon a desk, and moved that the Hon. John Quincy Adams, of Massachu setts, take tbe chair, as presiding officer, and officiate until the House be organized by the election of its constitutional offi cers. The motion was put and carried. Mr. Adams was escorted to tbe chair, New Jersey was called and the House organized. It Edward McPherson, "the mere Clerk," "usurps the thmne," and attempts to play tlafroleof nugli Garland, it will not be difficult to find one who can follow the Adams precedent in bringing order out of chaos. It was easy for the courtiers Of Ferdinand to make an egg stand on end after Columbus had shown them how so remarkable a feat might be accomplished, - The Hebrews and the War. ! Tbe Hebrews, as a body, have shown a full share of patriotism. From Oiiio, 12,000 went to fight for the Union Hag; from New York 10,000; from Illinois 5,000: from Mich igan and Wisconsin 3,000; and from other States enough to make a total of 40,000. They have also given of their wealth for the soldiers. They have established five asylums for disabled soldiers, their wid ows and orphans, the benefits of which are limited to no faith or creed one at New York, one at Philadelphia, one at Cincin nati, one at Chicago, and one at St. Louis. Dayton Empire. -.. The Next Congress. i A correspondent at Washington, writes as follows; ..... "From an old politician here, I have the following make up of the next Congress, which, cif course, Is based on the supposi tion that the Southern Representatives are admitted, which there Is dally less and less doubt will be the case; House opponents ot the President; 127; supporters of his policy, 121:. opposition majority, 6. Senate opponents of the President, 38; support ers of his policy, 34; opposition majority 4. Chevalier's . Life for tha Hair Will restore Gray Hair to its 6RIGINAL COLOR; strsnqthins and, raoMOTSS the growth of 'the viuin ham ; stops it falling oat la throe dan s keep the head eleen, eool and healthy ;'een be used freely contains nothing Injurious; THE BEST HAIR DRESSING EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC ; it Is recommended and naed by the Brat medical authority. Bold at the Drug 8 torn, and at my of&oe, No. 1,121 Broadway, New York, ... , I assure all pereone tbe above preparation will do allthat is eUiined for it. J - . SARAH A.CHyAlJEB,M.D . bol28-dlwSn . ,' . j , . . j, , ., ., COLGATE'S II02VEY SOAP. Thi celebrated Tallet Reap, In men onivet eat demand, ii Bide from thecheteaet Materials mil and nMtlieng in Its nature, fr gtravntlr ecentcd, aod extremely beneficial in tti action upon the tkin. For tale by all Drwnrutl aadJfaaoy Uoud Dealers, .. jan3o-dwly New Advertisements. Times for Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial District of '"h the State of Ohio. v-' "V V ' " ' -V V The SUtf of Ohlo.1 u V Franklin County. 1 v T T. S. SHE PARI, CLERK OF THE X Court of Common rleea within and for lUnntr. Ho horebr osrtif that the follow int n id County, do horebyoertify that the following order i truly taken ana copied In truly taken ana copied from tho journal of laid In ouriioanoe of the atatute In inch rate made and provided, tbe Judxee of the Court of Common, Float in the Fifth Judicial Distriot of the fitate of Ohio, flo hereby order that the Dintriot Court, and the Court ot Common, 1'ltu for the year IBM, be following dayi, to-wit : tyititricri - Cfourt. ' Medisofcj M 4. ' Franklin. Mart. ' Piokawey, ala 10., revel te. nay 10. Kom, September 20. Adama, September 96. Brown, September Iff. e'' ii ,, Clermont, October 1; p iiiKQiana.ucioDore. Common Plena. I First Sub-division. ! Brown March 13, June IS, NnremborS. Adamt February 2H, May 19, October Kl. 1 Clermont March 7, July 1, ftoveuiberitO. i' ' Second Sub-dlvislon RoaaMaroh 19, Juae 18. November t. Highland-February W, Mar W. October It. ' Fayette March e, June 5, October 10. - ,.. - Third Sub-division- Madiann February 19, May II, December 10. Franalin-Mareh t, May !.'U, October 10. , ' U:1 . M A a I..1.K K,.an,K10 ALFBiogurcbiEy.p; ' .V O , ' T. Q. AStiBOUV, V Judgca. JAMES L, BATES,!' j ; - Dated thta Uotober 4, lei..,,. r. In teatimonr whereof I hero hereunto nb HtrihaH mr mm) and afflied the aeal of 8BAL. aaid Court, at Coluiubua, thia let ('ay of t ovemJer, A. II. K T. N. KHEPARD, .. I Clerk of Fianklin Co. Common Fleaa Coert. (Journal please copy add aend bill to Clerk'a office. PUBLIC LANDS. QorliD lorBale. j ,!.':',.-',; CoLCMBtS, October 1,1S5. TT ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRO A Tiainna of an Act of the iieneral Assembly of IheXtateof uhio, pMed April 13, 165, tbe undnr aigned State ouicera will reoeive proputala for tbe purobaaeof the Land Scrip received from the Unit- tdStatea for the establishment otan Agtiouliural lollmeor College in the State of Ohio, i Tlie Scrip tan be located on any va Cant United Mates Lands, subject la entry at private sale,- at ai.o per acre .(Mineral Lands excluded). No proposition will be received for leu than One Hundred and Sixty aorea. . If more ooavenienU peopneala may be made to the Auditor ana treasurer oi any noumy, wno will transmit lue same to tne nniieroisneo. ' JAMtS H. J()1)MAN, Auditorof State. ; WM. nnoFEK. . - i Treasurer of State. : " ' " WM. HKY SMITH,. raepOO-dltawtod Secretary of State. I A. Sj?JLsENE)1T STOCK (... r.,v ' OF- ' FALL AND WINTER GOODS! .!'.,' . AT HUNTER'S EMPORIUM I No. 220 South High St. . r HAVE JIT ST RECEIVED A LARGE JL stock of the fioest Fall and ..Winter Goods ever orouanito iniaouy.: . - . : r, ; . ; 1 have also a well aelected stock of READY MADE CLOTHING. Made in the best style and of the beat material. au of wnicn i will aeii at tne ... LOWEST CASH PRICES. ,. Call end examine my goods. ' " JOHN HUNTER, BUSH . . JlO. 10 Soutk MUlk Mnot. C. C. SHARP, M. D., i Edectid Ph)sioian & Snrgeon,' ; ; TTAVIItG LOCATED IN COLtlinBtJS, xx respeottu ivtendera ma nrotaaaional icrnces to the cilisens thereof and vicinity. I) r. Share is a regular graduate of one of the best Medical Schools in tne united Mates, with twenty jeara eaperienee in both hospital and private praotioe. Dr. Sharp waaaataaentoi l. u. Jutes, H,u., or tme pleee. twentr-nve ara aao. ine Doctor will rendercen. erl aati faction to all tbose who may honor him with their patronage. All calls, either in the city or country, promptly attended to, day or night. mm ah mBeaaa woeioa wiiouu mercury. r OFFICE On Fourth street, between State and Broadway, in Mr. J. Miller's office. non-diy ' . GLORIOUS NEWS! TO TUK LADIES OF COLUMBUS AND VI C I N IT Y". The Excelsior Premium Core , Trail Skirt, e ttj T" . 1 a T- , a i- a ate ENTIBlJliT NEW. fr; THIS CRINOLINE ,OW Off EXIII bition at E. KeeoTa Hoop llaiaar and Skirt Manufsotory, No. 21 Eat ft 'ate street, opposite tbe v.piwii umm U.U. wnmuwu .vu imw. Ill giu.imi, parte of the United Stales, for the best atyie aod moat durable workmanship, and the publio at large have become convinced, also, that his Spiral Skirt ia the beat ahaped in the market Its eix'iedsed Clasois so seoured that it ie iuiooaai de to be re moved by the roughest usage. 1 1 cannot be disjoint, ed, as ia tbe Cane with those of Eastern manufacture, aa it is made all in one spring. Skirts made to order of Any atae er shape, and WAKKANTEU Ft) HONK YEAH. Merchants are rucularly invited to call and examine my stock eforepurchasing elsewhere. i A large varietv of French and American Coraets and Supporters kept constantly on band. .. . - , W SlaB'jE.BS'y 1 No. 21 East State Street, novl ' South side of Capitol Square. RAILWAY NOTICE. To Ihe Stockholders of the Columbns and Indianapolis Central Railway Company. - ARIEETING OF THE 8TOCAHOLD. era of the above named company, wiii be held at tbe office of said company. the Oit Citrof (Julum baa. Ohio, on Wednesday, the fifteenth dav ot No , tue vember, next, between tbe hours of ten o'clock A, M-, and four o'clock Y. M., for the purpose of elect ing nine Directors for aaid company for tbe ensuing year ijy order or tne uoaruor utrecrnn, . .. OOKIIOJI MOODIE, . pct13-dtllnovl5, , Secretary. POLICEJLCErJOY. - HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE IN . KoomNo. 18, Ooera Home Uuildins. for the transaction of general Felice businoss. particular attention given to the collection of Claims, recovery of stolen property, and deteotion of thieves. All business intrusted to this oulce will be oiomnU 1y attended to. . ,., . au communioauona ainouy eonnaeniiat. ,,. Late Major Tth O. V. C, and former) Detective folloe.Olnolnnatl. , , . aeptl GREAT: SALE OF BLANKETS. WILL SELL XuUCOE LOT OF I Jmportod Blanket At 5 less than the original cost. Call and tea then at t37 South High itreeL nort-dlml - HENEY KINNEY. ' THE VNDERSIONEDt WHOLESALE Dealers in Columbus, heroby aree to close tbeir resptcttye places of business at 6,,6'olock, 1. M.. on and after November l't,lH65. ' , ' - KE1.TON, BANl'KOFT OQl, " ' J D. T. WOODBURY A CO : ;' CLAVPOOLAWlLlSOST. - 11 CARPENTER. MAttPLE it CO., ' C. IJ.FRlSmE, J. 4 W.l. BROOKS,, , , . , -lOiAi 1'.. I ' ii til' . i ; .-j ou'i i . . j.; oeUl-dlw DRY, GOODS 1IE1GLEY wmmi NOS. 2SOvAND 202, -WV-Wfr Tire.. --fr- p f- PaafeWwaWJl;ey'J )!"! -w feouih Ilijjh7 trtfci. -i GREAT AflRIVAL OF -? fALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS ! -i i I i! i-: ? ki ;t BEAUTIFUL STYLES ! DRESS SILKS, i ' I -rto. -n.il lor .vii-uoO srll to Embroideries and lace -goods, SHAWLS AND CLOAES, Cloths and . Cassimeres. i j r. I- s ."..-i... T -.-! - ALSO A FULL ASSORTMENT OF DOMESTIC 00DS ! ! NEW GOODS. Black. Dress Silks, I FANCY DRESS SILKS, Staple ancl Fancy Dress Goods, ! Mens' Woar Goods, Boys' Wear Goods, CL0AKING3, FLANNELS, &3.,&d. I . 1 T ' 1 -. . " f ' t I HAIlf tt SON, j anjll '''' ' lToa.JS 'to iiSo'utn'liign Street. HOSIERY AND GLOVES. l Also, Cnderrannent of all kinds. A full As sortment at i augSO N BAIN 6c SONS. BALMORAL SKIRTS. ' i i I ; i ! For sale ander the market, both at Wholesale and net an. aug29 BAIN Ac SON. NEW FALL GOODS! . stlQW. OPENING, BY,,,.., ltAV Sc SO, augM Nos. S3 to 16 South High Street. Y LACES . 1 1 r i AND EMBROIDERIES. j A (plead id assortment, soleoted from the latost im portations, now opening by augM '' BAIN Ac SON. 3UC0ES30R3T0 GEO. A WM.UcDONlU)) ; ?lV G R O O jE It H , No. 184 8oth IliaTk Street. -- 1 " -'r i i FB0PBIET0BS OF THE COLUMBUB POWfEB . ,.. - MAGAZIHS.: ., . AGENTS FOR THE SALE OP THE MEDBERY WHITE WHEAT FLOUR. Aaenta for the sale of Gardner, Phipps A Co. 'a da (at Cured llanaa,,. ...n, . x i-i.i"'. : Verniers .-J : a, S... CHOICE FAMILY- 'GROCERIES jOf erery Deeriptioli, Imported and Domestlj. Fine Wines, CorJlnls'.'Llqunrs, rteiran, Olive Oils. Hardinaa. ata. Mkf' AIL modat laHvered free ol ehargt j IQcCOI.H, nia.EAiI?IeUONAEDS, liaaylB di"' - ' 1 'No. 134 South High Ht.' LUMBER YARD AND PLAIIIttG MILL. I li.M.-t t'--l . f a ,1. Hi : r.ltX' .'! 1 15. ADAilI & CO.; ! In their Large and Extensive Lumber Yard and Planing Mill, At the Intersection of Spring and Water atreeta , Have eonatantly on hand Worked Flooring, ., .,. liKtb n4 Shine.t..,, Window BUnda m1 Sateh, - ; Door., Aloaldlnf a, dee., Vc Julyff-tf ! i I (i-iM-jJ,; .i i',. , : r . 1 Ji' .1-; ;,'( J , t i) ; j i-c-I ; -;.-' A I MRS. M.A. VAN-HOUTEN, O. 68 EAST Tp WN STREET, , j Kl -Keeps eonatantly on hand tha i - - i -.in. . ti ' - 1' . , -I ... . '..i ll Itf I ,AnEST AND BEST, ASSORTMENT i. it. .. . i...'-. Jllv ,T.I- ! '. '1ILLINERY & FANCY, GOODS i h ( ;. - t". f,., i. U-.7 -'111 :).- -.JTi-ri : ' . M !'!., ;! ..; .1 f''- I , ', ;;Tobfouxd latb(oity.',.rui' 'J;!, : f.J'CI KA. iV :':!7; ..!) 1 rdcra Filled on the Shorleaf Notice. ( aWptlaVdtf - ijI .i.i.'liiom :-. ' 1 WM. RENNERj 1 JAKE ft AND CONFECTION EFT, No. 3 N.HJjrn etroet. ' ' PaHlM fiirnlnli.il on the shortest notion and moat r-baral tonal. ,...,aepUJ-dli 1 .0 mikm-JA'J Pi WINTER STOCK i-OF-' 4r AT. THE ' ' "A. New YorkClothing Store GENUINE' EDERDOm! BEAVERS, (All Colors), J THE BEST ARTICLE FOtt ' OYiii.Rco'A'rs j ' Ever brought to Columtufl. - Alao. tha celebrated Siinmonls A Wies. ' i BROAD CLOTHS, SCOTCH. FRENCH AND AMERICAN OAS S I M E R lij ft .; FuiElNISHINGr GOODS. ' iv"!- U . !. a.?i - ' .J'.' O j A complete aasortment of fio , . ., . Ready IVIado Clothing j IN s '' YOUTHS' AND "CHlLDRENS: i , i f ' ' .i j v-'.-i . i We bare a fall line, as we make thia 'a apeolality. F. D. CLAKK, ..111 South High Street. aeptS-daVwtf c-Jivt! U -ti -"it ! AGHIOULTUHAL :! MACHINE COMPANY! rrilE ONEY COMPANY EXCLUSIVE- 'JL ly devoted to the Manufacture of Agricultural jaipioincDw at .. ... ., , , I. ; iij.iv !.u Tllje STATE CAPITAL. I The Company ia tha exclusive manufacturers ot many or the most approved iinoletnenta of husband rythe favorite . . .. - j . Combined Mower, Reaper and . Etlf-Ijtakcr ! Corn I'lanterr, . , i , i .. ; . .i Atldinr Plowa, - I Marrows Hayden's Patent Water1 Drawers, AXE,. PICK, II AIUMEll : ,, And other Handles : TXITTWIC BTHXPS; Made of the best Hickory and Asb; , ;. PACKING ;BpXE?l, j ' . Of every description; with all other articles within theaoopeoi jtbeir trade. v ' : , . ALL RKPAIliS ATTEXDED TO I'llQMPTLY. A (tenia wanted in every State in the Union for tbe aloof ilavden'sAVater Drawer. The highest price paid for sooond-growth Hickory anaAsn. . .: JOHN PHOKT, oup't. 1 Office and Factorv: Weat and NaLional road htiiat. . ' ... .,, ., . UulmntU8, ybio, October, lacs.. . i oojtu-dl ..' ,.; BON-TON PATENT FLEXIBLE SKIRT. SUPERIOR IN SHAPE, QUALITY OP MATE- 3.illAL, .AND pUUABILITy,. TO. ANY.; SKIRT WORN. THIS KKIBT UAH BEEN ACCEPTED by Stewart, of New York, for hia , ! FINEST RETAIL TRADE, .. -I: i ' ..i.-i.-.'U v.iii.T J .- -ii .. and' Is pronounced to ne the'mos perfect efthe many atjles ofiored to the publio. jr. Olo glance will tatisfj eraryboJj that ibis is The Perfection of Hoop Skirts. For sale, in allaiaoa, by . .' ; d r , I, !, RULES, KCMERRIEKIIOniV cVCO., ' I -183 South High atreet, Columbua Ohio, leptll TTTT- t-l. , LUNCH. : BUCKEYE' HOUSE" SALOON, (OhDEa Bucketi Houbi.T. ''- CHOICE ';'-:"' Wines, Liquors and Cigars. PITTSBUEG AtE ON DRAUGHT. Lunch Every Dy at 10, O'clock. tt An Oyster and Eating Saloon Will soon be 4d4fSi, : 'Hit iH-.a.m lootMlf J. i W . i W O It T M A N )i -1 !' I.t i'i- "1 . i ! IH 'lH m '.i-li PENTAL .SUfiCEON. Ia O i r Kits Ills I'UVIEil. HIONALaerrloea to the eommui tr of ilolnoibua and vieinitr. and haa hopes that anv who may want MICE, LIFE-LIKE and DUXABLfi seta ot new teetn at v&tti lvw PRICES, will not fail to five hiin a call. Teetn filled in a neat and permanent manner, ao i tn render them aa aervieeable aa they were be fore the deoay aommeiioed. All operations known Y III DO 0 1 11 U. -VliUIAUVU MUl HMIM1IT M OlliirOlJ B.VUlMIWl1 OKKIUE No. 10. nor i No. lo, north entranoa (up atalrs), Oo- ra Houeo Columbua. O. unone-u -l HARRISBURG LULLS. I HAVE HOUOHTTHE ABOVE MILLS -and pot tbem in Roo'd repair, and oan warrant coed wota on anon hohot.-- ' . 1 Flour; Commeal, Bran and Short eonslantlyon band and for sale. ' Cash paid tor gooa nJieatat voinmous prices ootll-dlm UWIHVHII, VUIU. riHE CELEBBAYEW W KKD SBWIHB JL Machines may be found at Mo. i8 fciouth llinh treat. Uttuner'a new, buildisi, f , tnaylta ; 1 ,iii-;j i .lit. iUu . U!.jou FINE 1 jL used im DUN-TON FLEXIBLE! j BON-TON FLEXIBLE! ' . " -' i jj AMUSEMEN-1S. OPERA HOIJME. -nitlR. OHIONI Sin. Susinl's Orand Italian Opera. Max Htrak oach,l)ireotor. Mr. Htrahosoh announces with much pleasure, that he has succoedod in engaging a oompleto and eflioieut Italian Opera Coiupanv, embracingaome of the most eminrnt and favnrn iy known artists, and a complete CHORUS AND OltChESTKA, win-, 5 rising some f the most talented anists from New Vk, with whom he will give in Columbua i'Orfl JVELV OAE WEEKONLY. COIfUnENCI.HO MOIVDAY, NOV. 13th, .UX DIKFEHENT GRAND OVERAS, in a style unrivalled by any other management. The following: eminont artists from the New York Academy of Music onstltu(0 the Qhiont 4 tiusinl Grand Opera Comcany : Hixnorina ANCIIOLINA GI1IONI, te famous Drauiatio I'riina Dona, from tho lta ian Ooora. New York Acameiny of Muaio, and the Tboater Taoon, Havana. -w . - " - Mine. PATTI STRAKOSCU, the favorite Con tralto. Mite. CANNISB A, Prima Donna, Orover'a Grand Theater.. ' : f '. : " ?i' ; ' ',) , bianors MACAFERttI and ERRANi. First Ten ors, of the New York, Huston and Philadelphia Academics of Musio, -.-. ' rMitiior MANGUSl, 'the eminent tarilonc. from the Grand Opera, Theater 'lacD, Havana.. . I Signor ALGUtiTINO SUaiNO. the Grand Basso Pro'undn, late of Max MareUek' Italian Ojara, few York. Sisnor ANTON ull'o, late of Grov Lme. PAItOZZ NTON GRAFF," the' celebrated Easso if Orover'a German Ooera. MJir'.r .n.l Sii . X 1177.X SmnnnX Jt)oniias. . -. - ... .- , fSiif. XLMKNES and 8Ir. PERNI.SecnndiTenors'. : mr. iiUUAiiibL,! ana etg. juassiu, oeoona Va'sos. Conductor. Sl. Franoisao Rosa; Loader, Mr. F. Zitterbari; btage Manat;er,SiK 'Nardini: Prompter. HiK. Lansa: i'roporlies. Ma:. T. Giill .; Cos tun-era, Mmo. N ardini, Big. riantolia. Thcentirel new and ttistiy warorone Has been puronaseu ny tne I'ireo irin.farw: ThofJllowinc Ouera-i will be perform' edwith a cast of unsurnas ed stronsth: Ernani. Xjilartlia, Un Hallo in Maaohera, ,11 Trovatore, Faust, wS.a Traviata. -V ncALK o rRicta-Anmiss-on to rarqnetre ana Tire's Cirole. (I 00. (No extra ehargo lor Reserved Krats.) Family Cirulo, 60 cents. Private Boxes, W.O0.- i;r - ' ; .. .,. Jr The aale nf Reserved Seats for the season W'U roinuienoe on THURSDAY. AOVEMBKR th, at a A. M., at John eelteer A Co.'a Musie titr. The sale ot seat lor smile nighte will oouiuieooe on kiua x , J u v fiillih, ti iotu, at tbe aaiae plaoe. novH-dSt, ,'.- ; I . ,.t,.,,,.. , . I.rrrks . . . . '. Mossrs . KENT A MAlh)E N. hTA(igUlRSOTOiiv...f.-i. ,,i.... iO.'T., HMITH, MveiCAi. Pubojoh. . . Prof. (J. tiCHOPPEbERRi; , ' . ' . .l.(;.';,.il . -I I BENEEIT OF t Xj O..TJ? V If 1 ii Who wlll.hy rnlversal request, aprcar in nor ircat oriirlnal character of TOPSY, wltlt.Sougs, .banjo boius anaureaKatwnB. Friday ETening, "Nov. 3d, 1865, TJIblsE iTbM.'S :3A.BIlV. Topsy............., Eva. with Sonus .-H? LOTTA. JLaPoUte A.ATX - ' ' Her first appearance 0W Due notice will be riven of the first rapreaea tatioa of the (rand Fairy Extra Vagansa of tbe SEVEN DAcisHTJBS OP SATAN.'a AIJGIIXON UAUU ( Tburaday and Friday Evening, So. ' ' charleTTarce's West India IVIinstrelsI ! TRE MODEL TROUPE1 OF THE WORLD I PRONOUNCED BV THE PEES3 ' THE BEST TROUPE TRAVELING! EVERYTHING NEW fi ORIGINAL I VF.ItT PEHrOHMEIt l!f THIS I llninmnth Troupe is a Star of the first maanl- uii. WoUhosts. Zino Trnaki. or Gifts reqtired lo fill our housos. Every person wno has visited is once eotuet aifain. . Oiiir Array oi Taleris? ' Surpasses any Company now traveling1. W. carry none but lesitimate pcrformDrs. eentlomen who will not say or do anything to offend the most fas-I tidioul. .-r . v -ti - . s a - A ADHI38IOM '...:.Boonts, I Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance eommei.eea at s o cioea. El. DAVIS, novl-il3ll Afieut. SPECIAL NOTICES.: i . . , , . 1 . i - - . . . . . i. . Ji.t U-'i.W ( T'-JiJiU'r'; V . ' '. ' f.t-i;- : 1 1. I 'in -, ll, y. .i V : I - .1 i '!' - '. ! -. ... . .' . ' -A I ' o.:,) . r.r;..s. . i '.i:,.-. IIACAN'S IflAGNOEIA BAMTI. This Is the moat dolightful and extraordinary article ever discovered. It changes the sun-burnt face and bands to a puarly satin texture of ravishing beauty, imparting the marble purity of youth, and the dis tingue appearance so inviting in the eity belle of fashion. iIt removes tan, freckles, pimple -nd poushnbas from tho akin, leaving the eomprexion fresh, transparent and suooth. It contains no ma terial injurious to the skin. Patronized by Actresa os and Opera, Slntem. It ia what every lady should hare. Sold everywhere. Rotail price. SO eta. Prepared by W. E. HagaN, Troy, N. Y. Address all fd era to .- tl DKMAS BARNES A CO., New York, octo dawly ' ' ! jKftO WLEDUE OFTEN SAVES LIFE. -rEvory living being has in hia system I ,,i ,. ,, IMPURITIES. Whon these are within their natural limit," our health is good; but When they are in exeee. paint, oolds, rheumatism goul, debility, ooativeneas, diar rhea, dysentery, jrsipelaa, Ae , Ao., afiliot ue. What we have todotoreoover our health ie to take out from the BOWELS AND THE CIRCULATION the execs of impurities1.' ' Thia done, boalth followa of neoesa'.ty. ' ' ! " ' . i .t-iy ! ' . : . , brandreth'spiLls: .. , . Aro the only mcdiojne that can do thiaiwith entire safety to all the organs of the body. ' V i . i . I . j hti HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS m i Are now livina who have adopted BKANDRETH'H Pill OS M their only remedy For period of from thirty Jp fifty fears, and whose averago health ia ex cellent, they have always cured themselves, when sick, -by using these -, , , ,-. ,y "i i..,; . ! . .INNOCENT, AND INFALLIBLE PILLS .... Principal offioe. Brand roth Bailding, New York. ' ooiJW-dixwim : ; ii -.ii ! . . .. ,.v' 1 ' i1; p. 1 u ".. io'li:i-.l rl f r . 'X. ! ACVA de ITIAGWOHA..! A toilet deligli tl; ' Tbe ladies treasare' and gentle' men's boon I, The, "sweetest thing" and largest quantity. ' Manufactured from' the rich Southern Magnolia,' Used for bathing the face and person, to render tba skin aolt and fresh, to prevent eruptions to perfume clothing, Ao. ''..,'.'.'.',.' itov'eroomes tha unpleasant odor ef perspiration. It removes redness, tan, blotchea, Ae.n " o . -1 -. 1, It curat nervous headache and allaya inflammation. It oools, lof ten and adda delicaoy to tha skin. , , Ityieldaaaubdued and lasting perfume, I ti .., it ettres musattetb bites and stinga of insects,'' J' t oontains no material injurioua to the akin.,,' patronised by Antreeeea and Opera Bingera. It U wn erery lady, abeoM ha. ; Sold aterywhere. ,.Try'MagDulla Water odea hd. you will use no lothor logu Perfumery, or Toilet Water after- irdtV'"-- 'i.-.'-o'i'.i. .' --i i- ' nvlna ninnira a fn' ' I ; .Ik.i . i i.i, -i . oota-dawly Props. Exoluaiv Agents, N..Y. ' purne's Celebrated Catarrti Bnufll 'the bct known remedy for Headaohe, Cold in the Bead, Snaffle, Imperfeot Yeiee, Bronchltia, and Catarrh. Few persons appreciate tbe diseases arising 1 ! 1 1 , ... 1 . , irviu uieorueroa uasai organ, oigut, neanng, laaw ari.mellBr.fre,.nayraln.4b, i oe ga.generatea oy ine use oi wis snun cleanse the entire head, and restores proper articulation. It effeeti ar pleasant end wonderful. " It eontalni ne tobaooo. nor other injurious innedlent. Colleirea. Societies, States, aod the most eminent of the Med ical-Faoulty bar awarded it testimdulal and pre Ymlum. i , ,','.',... I-! ',."'., v ' ; Sold by all Druggists for 35 cent pet box. O btj seat by mail en receipt oi 10 eentg for one box,o Iforfour boxe, -' f. Addre, JAS. DDRNO, P. 0. ''ox 1235. Addre, JAS. DORNI Wholesale, ipA'31 lk' r'A i:Vr.'ii i- ),!- .iWlJ: ll ) .111'. i.-; " orauity. BAHNF.S AOtt . WeW lunee-iydAw. I tarOTIcklu."Td I.et,",Fo Sale, EoatfM We,nte, m found, Hoarding;," .rneitetcedlrnTeia;h( ILnca, piibUeh.d la tula coIstnaH Io (Ocents each Inaortlerrt- 1 TUTAN' ANTE W At E TS-FOR Til V. 8A LB VV of FOW I. bill's! ADDING- MACHINE. Thie Machine ia so simple that even aehild can learh it in short tune. Its use among business men ia inval- nahle.and no aqonuntant or bustnes man would ho withi'Ut-oi e alter bavina seen HsMniplicilv, rnpidi ty and onrreiiiaoss proved. It is. withoutdoubt.tli greairst invomian of the ace, a d there being nnth i K like it yei tnventel, Aaontscan make trout fftto tlOadav. None but oneitrotio men need apply. Couuly Rights will beaeldat reauiiabloriaw.4)i reotioussout with oaoh Machi e. Address, j . , RiDOWAY A NEIL,- f Btato Agonti ftir Fowler's A(l'ln( Machiho, Glass Mux iHO, Columbus, Ohio. aW.OI&oe at RaudUl t AsUiu' Book; aitwa. -oot27-atf SPECIAL iNUTIQKSlrl CAUTION 1 HOU THE It having eome to onr knowledge that Imitations of the American Watoh have been put upon the n afltet in great number, calculated by their utter troithlesanoas to luiure tha reputation' of .our gen iiino products, to protdtstour own interest's and the publio from Imposition, we atrtiin publish the trade marks b which, -our VS'aWkoa may-inyariahlybe known. ' ' - " Wo manufacture four styles of Watches. The FuiiT hostile uaiuo ..,,... ' "AMERICAN WATCH, CO., Walthaui,'llasi,.;'k engraved on the inside plate.'- - ' -- 'The Sicond has the name "APPLETON, TKACV A CO., Waltham, Jlass.,' engraved on the inside plate. " the Third has the name " ' '" , , "P. S. BARTlET'T, Waltham, Haas.," engraved i en the inside plate, i-' - . i f , i! All the above stylos have the name Auiericari,' Watch Co. painted on the dial, and are warranted. , in every rospoct. "'The Fovktii has the namo WM. ELLERY. Boston, Mass.." enaaved on tba Inside plato, and ia not named.op tbe dial, , ... , j AU'the above devotibed Watches are aold in gold i !or ailvor cases, aa may be required. . s;.i .M .! It ja harcjly possible for us to accurately dosrriba the nuinBioUlf imitations to which we bavealludtd. ,'fhoyare usually inaeribed' With r.anira so nearly -approaching our own as to escape the observation u ' the unaccustomed buyer. Homo are represented aa made by the "Union Watcb Co., of Boston, bIbju.'' no such company existing. Some are named tha "Soldier's Watch," to be sold aa oar Fourth or Wm. Ellery stylo, usually known as tba ' Soldier Watch." Othora are namod the "Appleton Watch Co.;" others the "P. H. DartLT," instead of onr "P. 8. Bartlott;" besides' many varieties named in such a manner as to eonvey tba Idea that tbey are tha veritable production of tba American Watch Com pany. ... V . ' 4 .- ; ; We also caution the publio, and particularly sol diers, agaloit buying i-eertain articles cailid WateheS.rq freely advertised in llkistrared papers as "Army Watches." 'OflVers Watohea," "Magi Time Observers,'' ."Arcana .Watches," Ao., the prions of wnloh are stated to be from seven to six teen dollars. A good Watob, it these times, oanno be afforded Tor any suoh money. " " Is-' ' A littl : attention on tue part of buyerl will pro ieot them from gross imposition, i. -. .i . ROBBING A APPtETOJrT V"Agante for the Amerioan WatohCo.. oct3-djtwlm ';' - 188 Broadway, New York. NO MORE GREY HAIR; "Sif'Knlireiy New Luxury in America. 6.'.:LAMONDE'S!' ! JEX. 3E8-1 JF THE UOHT EPPBOTITg " EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. HOTfllliO LIKE IT EVER JbEFOEE KK0W5J It la nerfnctlv fnwi frnn siilnlinr la.t anl IIia ehennetOjlU universally used in all the Hair Ue atoiativcs imw before tho pui.ho; and unlike them. NEVEIt CAU.SES DIZZINESS, BLINDNErtS or LUNACY, but is as harmless au pure rain wator. i TI.;..nl.l-,.i.J.n..u-,:.u. .i: r . . .uiDuui.vimuriisi.niiiuii.i, un uiniirniH sy Celebrated 1 ronoli chemist, and has boen extensively Used in Europe among the nobility f r the past live years with the mort wondedul suooess. It Imparts Vigor and New Life to the Root of the Hair, restores it to ita natural color and cause it to grow peculiarly toft and,,.., ' ' luxuriant. tNoptherPrtpaiationii required to go with it as it combines a perfect Restorer and Hair Dressing. . The agresable nature and ther wonderful rapidity with which it restnnw the whttet hairl to ita primi tive color and bekuty, rendors this prestation in valuable, and wnen Once known, Indirprnsablo . to tne uniet lante oi every nousenoia. it a ill stop tne hair from tailing out with two or three amplications. and ia a sure preventive against Baldness and all dis eases of the scalp, and will oure tbem in their won form wheo exi.Unt. -. i ...,.-.. Tbe present extensive sale of this article is owing entirely to tha fact that it poe'essea every merit Claimed for it. and every lady tr getiUeinan who baa used tbe o'd Restoratives oouiposed of sulphur and lead will at oiioe appreoiato this near p eparation, which is used and xecumiuendud by tbe arst ueuieal authority. "... . ... , .... . , , ., , Price, i.bo. Sou) by ah, Dbuooist. i, ; Prepared by -A.. 2VC IiAMON'XJB, : ; GeucriiHepot No. let Broadway, New York i julyDMlAweowly , , t j , t. . ' ' A Cough, Cold,' or Sore 'I It rout, ReQI IKBH 1UHKDIATI ATTKNTIOW, AND "bUOULD BK CUKCKKK. If ALLOWED TO CuNTIMl'K, ., .,. i iM i '.,4 V f r y I Irritation ! tha Lungs, a Permanent . 'I It rout Affection, ar an Incurable Lung Viscaae ! , . i ' ig Dniir tub 'innit.3' 1 ' :'.,'J 1 Brown's ' Drdnchlal Troches 2 'BATIMO A DIRECT INFLUENCE ; TO .TBI TAET8, GIVE IMUKUIATI HELIBf. ' .zri ,.-.) j:,i'i;i', r.u :a s:i:.d Fer Bronchltia, Aathina, Catarrh, Ceaiumatlve ana Threat Ila'-'v W t . , '-:'-':!! rBO0nE8 ABB CBED WITH ALWATB 000D SDOCBgti. 8I50ER8 AND PtTBtlC 6PEAKER8 will nod 'TVecAe useful In oloarjng the voioe when .' taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the-1 throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal or gans. Tbe Troehss are recommended and prescrib ed by Physioians, and have had testimonials from eminent tnea 'throughout the country.- Being en artiole of true merit, and having provtd their efil oaoy by a teat of many yeara, each year flnda them in new localities ln various parte of tbe World, and " ' tbe Troches are universally pronouneed better than 1 other Mtieio."" vi- - .i. '. Oct aim : only "Bboitm'b Bbokohial TaocHKB.", and do not take any of the' Worthless Imitations!'"1 that may be offered. " "' ' "' Sold everywhere In the United States, ard in Foreitn Countries, atS8 conts per box. i ooWS-dAwOni, - - t, jr. - ( I AlOTHJSE ,EN(JAGEMEiyT f : While fhe attention the enemy is fully j E ftCt Ar ' ll G WL A. 1 1'1 ' ' ' - ,. 1 i I'D Tbe attention of the general publio 1 no leu earn- fatly engaged by CltlHrADOBb'SnAIRDYI Which I accomplishing wonder In Ihe way of beau tifying heads that age, or sickness, or capricious na ture bad. disfigured with unsightly hue. Milton. I saya truly that fJ?eaoe Hath Tim VIctorioaj No leas renowned than war."(!lanufaotarad by J4 CJtisTADOBO, No, 4 Aator House, New York. Sold i n 1.. u n. n n : r ! BATCH ELOR'S HAIR DYE! 4 The Original and Best in the Wprldl. The only trpeand perfect Haft Dye. barnilee, Reliable and ' Instaataaeeu. J'rouucea hmnedlately m apfendljT Blaekfornafurar Brown, without injuring the Bait er' akin. Remedial the ill affect of-bed dye. Sold byallDruggUU. The genuine ia aigned William A. Batchelo.- Alap. J r 51 0 J J ! M O 3 ilfojEliKllATuNQ , fiXTKACT W MILLEFLEOES. j ' for Restoring and Boautifying tbe Hair, n : .1 kuglB-dAwly ---- -,1,, v . - .J.ltflj ; Jt,a .: I'll I I-