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Tha Ohio Statesman Company. am i,vnn, In-all-,.. CSOLUlIfUS, OHIO I i - ' i - WEDNESDAY fllOHNlNG, OCT. St Meeting of the Democratic State Committee. DEM, STATE CEN. COM. ROOMS. COLUMBUS, Oct. 26, 1866. , There will be a meeting of tlii incmber Of win tJeuiocruiio chjiv y?u,i,ni ,y"wwv nd other leaUlnir . Democrat , on 'Thursilar. November 8th, t 11 O'clock A at tha Commfttce Rooms,', 227 South UlA street. Coluubtu'.O'.: .A' iftiU.'ittend- uce U reauested i i-- . -! -i.l - u-i JOHN G. THOMPSON, Ch'n. NEWS AND OTHERWISE. r. KEADtsti matter' W lourih 'page. ?' "Gold closed, yesterday evening, at 14C. " busTAV Dor has been engaged to illus- A rate 1W 'Kaven.'s. r- Pbksident Valvkrdk, of Laguayra, bar been supplanted by General t Hosas.- '.EOBKRT II. Neavill ('Orpheua C. Kerr' li writlnz a. two-volume novel, to Illustrate A uerican life andmanners. n ... 71 i.Tninmw nice ManzaNO hag t,UM" 7 superseded General JUrsundi as Cup Cain General of Cuba. The betrothal of Prince Albert of Prus sin. a neDhew of the Klnjr.-wlth Prlnoeas Mary of the Netherlands, bis cousin, la to take place shortly. , A Gladstone epidemic has broken out in the cottaire homes of England." Half the children baptised in Newcastle are named after the great commoner. Wfrn utter contempt for the ruling high prices of calico and cradles, two editors of the Tuscarawas (Ohio) Advocate commttti.a matrimony on the same day, last week, :Mtas Fannt Skwakd, only daughter of the Secretary of State, died on Monday 'morniiw, Oct. 29th, In Washington, of typhoid fever. ' ' There have been ight thousand new buildings erected In Chicago within the j ft twelve months, at a cost of nearly 000,000. , WASBiwcrroif dispatches Inlorm us that General Sherman will probably take charge of the War Department on the 1st of De cember. John Estsn Cooke Is about to publish, in New York, a book entitled " The Wearing of the Gray," and made up chiefly of sketches of Southern leaders in the late .Tjrar. . ' ' ' '..'.. The Postmaster General Is in consnlta tlon with the officers of railroads between Washington nd the West, In relation to more rapkl and prompt transmission of the mails. , ..The authorities In Washington expect the ultimate release of the condemned Fenians in Canada. The citizens of the United States, who were tried as Fenians and sentenced, in Ireland, some months ago, have all been liberated. i A man who lodged In the fifth story of a Jjotel In New York: clambered "out of his window, and wit no other support than the narrow stone coping of.the wall, man aired to enter six sleeping rooms and rob the occupants - - ' ' - - " '. The Paris ladles have fotrodoqt .a.way of flying dresses without . ripping them tto pieces. And for a few franca the drar creatures appear In any tint desired, look ing as fresh as if jnst from the hands of the modiste, i-- Mm'-j . England has now 133 000 .volunteer In fantry, 27,000 volunteer artillery, 1000 vol unteer engineers, and a small contingent of volunteer cavalry, all well organized, well equipped, well armed, and singularly skill ed In the use ot thcir weapons. Anew stove Las teen Invented for ttie comfort of travelers. '- It is to be put under the feet, with' a mustard plaster on the bead, which: draws the 'heat through the whole system. It Is called the "Eobinson iExhllarator.' M ' ''.' A correspondent of an English paper, writing from Upper Asam, quotes the' price of ' newly-caught elephants at, (JOOrs. to 2,000rsi, according to size nnd sex. Males are dearest. A young r'ulnoceros Is offered r sale at 350ra. .An expedition, numbering 500 to 600 per tons, Is to leave Santa Fe on tho 1st of Jan nary, lor the placers on the Gila river, in Arizona. Many adventurers from- St Louis and Leavenworth have already reached Santa Fe to join It. w Governor Humphreys, of Mississippi, In view of the condition of Jeff. Davis health recommends' the Legislature to appoint a commission to proceed to Washington and Confer with the President, .with a view to the release of Davis on parole or bail. -'. The Investigation of the Evening Star ''calamity, made nnder orders of the Tress nry Department, has satisfied the officer performing the, duty Ithat ' the vessel was jiot fully.seaworthy, and was. not properly manned. , William Fitzoibbons, a giiest of a hotel at Jackson, Mississippi, on Saturday even- in e. while intoxicated, assaulted a man Earned Shclbon, watchman of the house, The latter drew a revolver and shot his as sailant, killing him Instantly. , W C Svmmerville, of Charleston, West Virginia, was found dead, on. Saturday morning, on board the steamer Prima Don na, at Louisville. . Cholera was supposed to have been the cause of his death. A check for 912,000, drawn at Marietta, Ohio, was found on his person. - ' Platt Benedict, who came to Ohio from .Connecticut, titty-one years ago, and after ward, in 1817, was the founder of the now .flourishing town of Nor walk, Huron coun- tw rlturi nn Thtirarlair mnrninir. ftt thaf. place. . lie was in the ninety-second year of bis age. ; ;: rf : . y ! Gen. Averill, Consul General of the United States in Canada, has leit Washing ton' to enter upon the performance of his official duties. Matters In Canada are bo ttoming of grave importance, and It is the wish of the President that the Representa tive of the Government should be1 there at the earliest practicable period. Complimentary—The State Convention. We take, the liberty of printing, the fol lowing extract from a private letter, which we have Jut received from one of the ablest, purest, and beet, of the public men ot our party In Ohio. We need hardly say, that we appreciate most highly the com pliment he bestows upon rsand we are glad that he concurs with us as to the proper time of holding our next State Convention ;, for we have great confidence in his wis ' dorn and his judgment, lie writes as fol- Iowa th letter belug addressed to the Senior Editor: cannot conclude this letter without thanking you, on my own behalf, and on ibchalf of the Democracy of this Congres sional District and the entire State, for the able and effective manner In which you and your co-editor conduct Th Ohio States man, the Central Organ ot our great party In the State. I have been a reader, of it since It was first established ; and It aflbrdB me great pleasureto assure you, that It has never struck more powerful Mows for the -Truth and the Bight than it has under Its present; editorial management; npr did Tt ever before accomplish as much 'good for the party as it has In recent campaigns i u regard your recent article agatnrt hold Ing our next Nominating State Convention on the 8th of January, as bel-g timely and well-considered 'h and, concur wjth you in au you say on me 8ii dj ecu" A Radical Paper on the Democratic Party. .-. Some of the Eadical papers have for sev ral years been amusing their readers by 'printing facetious obituary notices of the Democratic party, and speaking of It as havlnir passed out of being;. Since the late elections, and in view of the immense vote polled by the Democracy, the more 'saga- clous and sensible organs of Jacobinism are, however, singing. a very different tune. They are alive to the fact, that the Demo cratic party is notdead, nor at all likely to die. , The FitUburgh Commercial one of the nantlest organs of Radicalism, in a late Issue, says: . , , 'Plainly , and candidly we assert the Democratic party is not dead. Look, for example, at the large, number of votes it polled in Pennsylvania and Ohio two ot the staunchest and most loyal Common wealths. Regard Its numbers and influence In parts of Michigan and Wisconsin and iu Southern Illinois. Consider its preponder ating power in Kentucky and Maryland, and in the great and populous city ot New York. Its organization is still unbroken, uudemoraiizedV Beaten ngain and ayain, it closes up its ranks as did the rebel army; for it is molded and governed on much the same system. It is, like the legions of Lee, a mass of stolid yet malleable material, handled at their pleasure by a few bold, un scrupulous leaders lions, in their way, and each with a Staff of eager, but obedieut and inderatigaole jackals at uts beck ana call. Its discipline is splendid. The rank and file follow unquestionlugly wherever they may be led ; too ignoraut to be able to an alyze the merits of public affairs for. them selves, and too much wrapped up in preju dice to listen to argumeuts from those who would seek to enlighten them." . The Commercial was unable to recognize the situation without slandering the people and calling In question their intelligence and capacity for self-government : Yet it has the caudor to admit, and the wisdom to appreciate, the extent and living power of our grand old party; and It will learn in due time, we trust, that If this country is to be saved from ruin and Jacobin wrath. and restored to Its ancient and splendid prosperity, it will be through the efforts And exertions of the Dcmooratio party. History teaches, that it was this party which gave our Republic, its prestige, re nown, and magnificent success, up to the breaking out of the late civil war; and it is the party that mu&t redeem It, if It Is to be redeemed at all. 'The Democratic party has this grand mission to fulfill : rr will MOT FAII. TO PERFORM IT. -.1 New Books. THE WORKS OP THE RIGHT HONORABLE EDMUM) BUKK.M Reused tuition. V,4. VIII. Little. Hrnwn A Co., Publisher, Boston: 186. Sold by U. W. Ulekson, S accessor to J .;H. Ki ey, Columbus, O. - This Is a Book of nearly 600 pages, con taining several very able Reports on the Affairs of India, together with other powerfully-written Paper, from the pen ot Burke, the great English Statesman. No1 Library, whether public or private, can he complete without the Works of this dis tinguished. Publicist and Orator. This re vised edition, from the Publishing Ilonse of Little, Brown A Co, fa elegantly printed and splendidly bound, and ought to sell 'rapidly. GRIFFITH GAUTT: oa JEALOCHTs A Wore! II Br Chrlei Read. Author of " Venr Hard Cmh. ii "Lore Me Little. Lore lie LoncT o.. Ae Ac, Hilton A Co., Publishers, Htm YorlcJHM. ld by . W. Gleksoa, Suoceesor to J. 11. Kile, Co- lumDDj, onto. ' ,' This is a Pamphlet of 165 pages,' and the Author claims that it Is his master-work .We printed bis slashing letter oh the ' Pru 'rient Prudes," who had undertaken to crit icise "Griffith Gaunt," wbich enabled our readers to judge as to the character and merits of the, Book. Nearly everybody ia baying and reading It. ' Benefit of Advertising. The Boston Investigator says : " Last wook an old, friend from Western New York, while here on a visit to onr office. accidentally left hi wallet,' containing some fifty dollars, In an eating house, ills lose was not discovered until some time af terward, but, being a stranger in the city f he was unable to find his way back to the house alluded to. In this dilemma head vertlsed hla loss In the Herald, and the re suit was, he found his pocket-book and all. The advertisement was seen by the saloon keeper (Mr. payes, on Washington street), who, being an honest man, returned the treasure, and our New York friend went on his way" rejoicing, Impressed, no doubt, with the belief that Boston is not so bad a place after all, and that advertising is uot without its benefits." ; ; The Next Legislature. We have not vet received sufficient re turns to indicate definitely the complexion of the next Legislature. We have made several very importantgalns. Three mem bers from this county, and one lrom Taylor and one from Lewis are already certain. Wit have orobablv lost one in Jefferson and one in Tyler. We are looking for gains in the Interior and southern portions of the State, and . believe, that, If we have not -a majority, we have at least elected a mi nority string enough lo baffle the Radicals and the adoption of some of their Wheeling (W. Va.) Register, Oct. 29. ' At Cambridge City, Indiana, on Satur day, a quarrel occured between two men named Inyard and IMsoer, in we course oi Which the latter1 was shot in the forehead by Inyard. The Wound, it Is believed, will prove fatal. Register, Oct. 29. General Banks and His Habits. "rheloston correspondent of tho Chicago Tribune (Radical), la noticing the renomln atlonoGcnei'ul Banks, despite the fact of the charge of gross intemperate habits that was preferred against him lii .the Convene tlon, says: v J V-y ' "As I prophesied In mv last letter, Gen. Banks was almost unanimously renomin ated to Congress by his confiding conittitu enfo. In. spite, ot the broadside which his eneiuiei in hlg-6wti" party, dlscliargcd against blm a week' ago., living ,np peri sonal knowledge of the niiitter or porsonal fueling In It whatever, I can only report to you the view tiken ot It by public opinion here, which combines admiration for the bold manner in which Banks defied and out maneuvered his enemies without damage to hlmeelf ; for the conscience of lo expe rienced a politician may be considered proof; with pity for the clique so Ignomin luasly defeated iu their enterprising effort to write failure at the premature close of the career of a man with whom 8ucces is a duty.' Yet as far as the charges against the General gdi' 4here is no 'duubt, ' at least aimnr) well informed people, of thMi truth; 'land 'indeed Banks' friends ' h private conversation, and the newspapers tohM sustained him, virtually admit it ; and there it hence all tlie 'more reason to admire the au dacity vehtch thet them, not as an equally un Scrupulous but less daring politician in similai plight would have done, xoilh temporieing eta sion, but mith pointed, ' ostentatious and phntie dehialS It is worth nobody's while t push the charge to an Investigation, and so it will probably rest, gliding gradually Into oblivlorr as time pnwes on,' and leaving General Banks not a whit damaged In the general estimation." ' ' .. There are three points in the above: !;. . 1. The charge against General Banks of drunken habits Is true. : 2. In his denial of them he told a false hood. ,.. ,?. ,,.('' ,. 3. The people in this moral, virtuous and temperance State of Massachusetts admire Banks for the manner In which he met&he charges, that is, they admire falsehood, and neither falsehood or drunkenness or both combined will Injure a favorite in their estlnmtlota. ' "" Register, Oct. 29. General Banks and His Habits. How a Bet was Paid. [From the Mt. Vernon Banner, Oct. 27.] Among the many bets that were made on the result Of the Congressional election in this District, was one between our .towns men, Mr. W. J. McFeely and Mr. K. ) Huntabury, to this effect: That if Genera Morgan should beat Mr. Delano, in the raci for Congress. 500 votes In the District, lr was agreed that Mr. Huntsbury should buy two sacks of flour and wheel them froui the foot to the head of Main street (some thing over a half mile), and then deliver one sack nt Mr. McKcely's house and the other at his own. But, on tho other hand, If General Morgan's majority did not reach 500, Mr. McFeely agreed to buy the flour and do the wheeling. : Mr. McFeely having lost the bet, he proceeded to pay It Record ing to agreement, on Saturday morning last, at 10 o'clock.' At the time appointed, the parties to the bet might be seen start ing from the Bergin House, at the foot of Main street in the following style: McFeely was dressed In the costume of a Jtouian gladiator, with a red.whiteand bine jacket. A "bran new" wheelbarrow, finished ex pressly for the occasion, containing the flour, was beautifully decorated with Hags, nnd on the sides were the words, "How are you, 500?" placed there by "Dug:" whih a large nan nor; nxea on a sranuara oy mc Feely,- rose mystically above the . load with these significant words printed there ou In large letters : , i , n ! . I,';,-.' HURRAH FOR i 1 ..: '., ivr o xx. Gr.jLxa, j I OVERRATED BIS MAJORITY I , BCTKOTTIIEJIAS, ' ThcnroceMi'ya moved In the follpwing or der: First, a band of martial musfc:Becond came Huntsbury, bearing our National en sign: and third, came McFeely, in the man ner described. Animmonsecrowuor peopi.i lined tiie sidewalks, who cheered the per formance enthusiastically, until the bet wa honorably paji. It Is reported that then was a good deal of smiling done at the ret-i dence of Messrs. McF. and 11 but as w have no personal knowledge of the fact we will not undertake to vouch for Its cor rectness. Shouldn't wonder, however, if it weretrue. ; ; - j , - J ; ! An Innocent Person Saved from the Penitentiary. A girl named Jula Trainor was accused some weeks ago, of stealing gold rings and other property from the house or Mr. H.C Brewster, m iiocnester, ew loric, nut wa finally proven innocent by the confessioi. of a girl named Kitty Elwood, who. it wa noticed a few days ago, attempted to com mit suicide by jumping into trie canal while In charge of au officer; 'The JRoch.es ter Union says: ' ' " "This conlesslOTl has saved one innocent girl from going to the State prison, and ha, placed Mr., Brewster and theauthoritierin an awkward, position. They were ; a.t so positive about MlssTrainor's gtriltthat they suojecteu ner to every possioie tesu tnreats, bribes ana imprisonment, to make her con fess a crime which she protested from the beginning she was not guilty or. it is dittl- cult to imagine a case of greater hardship than Miss Trainor 8; ue is ayounggtri who came to this city about a year ago, having neither father nor friend to look alter her. Hauled around for two weeks from the lall to the police court and . from the police court to the jail, abused and treated as n felon, condemned to the society of the de praved and corrupt, she Is rescued at last by the confession of this Elwood girl, who, in an ner misiortunes, miiBt nave some no ble traits of character. She knew that this Trainor girl was suffering fora crime which she herself had committed, and she there fore made a clean breast of it, and thereby restored Miss Trainor to liberty. The re sult of this case should be a warning to people not to accuse without some strong probability oi guilt, ror mere can oe no doobt that; if the Elwood glrl had not confessed the crime, this innocent girl wonld bave gone to the State prison for ten years. Fatal Shooting Affray at Kokomo —A Woman in the Case. A fatal shooting affray took" plane at Ko komo, ludiana, Friday, Oct. 2Gth. Mr. Chambers Allen called at the Postofflce and inquired after a letter, and as he passed out of the (fcor upoii the sidewalk he was met by Dr. Cole, who remarked to him, "You are the man who ruined my poor wife," and immediately drew a revolver and tired, the ball entering the right breast: the doc tor fired again, the ball pissing through the back of the unfortunate man's head. Mr. Allen fell on the sidewalk, and Ur.Uole shot blm twice again, both balls entering t.hnatnmfleh. He was carried Into the post- office, where a coroner's Inquest was held. Dr. Cole was arrested, and after an exam ination before the Mayor, was committed to Jail. There are various reports In circu lation as to why Dr. Cole killed Mr. Allen, but it is supposed that an Improper inti macy between the doctor's wife- and the deceased was thecauseof the terrible hom icide, Mr. Allen has a wlfefiving in 11a- gerttown. '. " ' ; '1:1 1 Tnt'.N'ew York Times, of Monday; aaye that. President Johnson "is disposed to send to the city of Mexico, if such a step should be deemed advisable, a force , of at least 20,000 men, under General Grant, or some other .' officer of high rank, clothed with power to aid the Government of our lister Republic in the restoration of order aud security." A Deplorable Case of Domestic Infidelity. lidelltl. . j ' [From the Providence Journal.] We published report list week that the house of Oapt. James M. Pinnegar, In East, ureenwidh. had been entered during tiie nightof the 22d Inst., and robbed of atrunk cont,ilnlng$l.C00. Olllcer Billings, of tho Clerk's oflice in this city, was sent for to work up the cascaud visited the house for the purpose of getting some flue to the robber. A careful examination of tho cir cumstances, ltd. him to suspect thut the monev was annrourinti'd bv soma one who 1 -could get access toit without; breaktngnd entering tne nouse. unen snereioiv no learned, in some. .mysterious manner that! detectives understand, that Mrs. rinnegar, the wife of tho loser ot the monev, was to meet a man from New York in this City on Wednesday morning, tho olllcer determined to observe the .meeting. The parties met and proceeded to the ( itr Hotel, the man proving to be one M.lt. Finch, nguutot'the famous Hanlon Brothers. They took a room, which, singularly enough.' chanced to be one adjoining b roonioccupM for tho time by the otll er, and not altogether se- cluilud front Ills itis)ection. ' . ." ; v While Mr, Finoli and Mrs. Pinnegar oc cupied the same room, th olllier observed ; enough to satisfy, him that Capt. Pinne 'i gar's wrongs were uot. altogether pecuni ary, and that if the parties were not indict able lor grand. larceny, they -.might .most : assuredly be convicted of a more heinous crime, After Mrs. Pinnegar had left, the ; hotel and proceeded to the houae-qf a friend on Broad w a v, nilluer Billings called, for her to go to the Chiefs oflice. There tho susr plclons that she was the pers in who took tiie money were gradually disclosed to her, but, she indignantly dcjiud lie imputa tion, until the otlicer informed her what had passed under liisi-observation at the hotel, when the wretched woman, finding that her sin h id found her out, confessed that she took the monoy, and had given it to her paramour Finch, at Oinerent times, and iu various sums, from $3,000 down to f 000, which last sum she gave him, we be lieve, on Thursday of last week. She as sumed the entire responsibility ot taking the $4,000, and said that Finch was not to blame in the matter,, Finch was alterwards arrested and taken to the cell under the sumptuous halls of the "City Building." Ho denied having received any money from Mrs. Pinnegar, until confronted with the woman and learning how ru,v:h of his nd ventures was known; hq ; then confessed that he bad received these various sums and had spent them all-. except about $000, Both parties remain in the cells, awaiting the tiim! disposition of the case. It seems questionable whether they can be proceeded against tor the robbery, as the wife took the monoy and lavished upon her paramour, But it is not unlikely that a proceeding may be instituted against them for adultery Mrs. : Pinnegar is a rather good looking woman' -of thirty-live, whose charms arc eflectlvely setoff by jewels and costly an parel. She has three or four children. Her husband is partially, crippled and nearly Oiinu. ' -i: --r- - Thb news that Lynch, the Fenian, has been sentenced to death, CKUses much dis enssion in Montreal. The Witness news paper Is not In favor of carrying out the sentence, as there was no evidence that the accused actually committed murder. Ills crime was purely political. LOCAL NEWS. Police Court. Two persons Were fined in the Mayor's Court yesterday morning one for assault and battery, $10 aud co.-uj, and another, for drunkenness and lighting, $3 and costs Both paid. '' : ' 1 :' The Christy Coat Company. ' Certificate of incorporation tiled In the pfrjoe of the' Secretary of State, Oct. 30 Gtp)tal stock $10,000, divided into shares of $100 each. , Principal office to be located in Coshocton, Ohio, and the business of the company to be carried on in Coshocton county, Ohio . . '. ' . .; ; Probate Judge of Carroll County. John, West. Probate 'Judge", of Carroll .t, . '; r- couuty, having tendered his resignation to take effect Nov. 1st, the Governor on Tuea day, Oct. 30, appointed Wm. McCoy to fill out the unexpired fjerm Mr. McCoy being tne i'rooate Judge elect tor tnat county, whose regular term-for three; year com mences In February next. ' Wife-Whipping. A man living on Scioto street between State and Broad, was arrested yesterday by- . Officers Brown and Gaines for whipping, knooking and otherwise maltreating his "better-half," and takon before the Mayor,' who, upon hearing the testimony In thd cose, fined htm $20 and costs, and soutenced him to ten days imprisonment.' : Canine Sagacity. Yesterday morning, a little dog being set upon by a big one, took shelter under the wido spread tcgis of walking crinoline .The. oyner of the crinoline . affrighted ' screamed hysterically ; the little dog barked furioiislyv and in his turn becoming fright ened at the way the crinoline was shaken about hla ears, sneaked off Into an alley. Common Pleas Judge Commissioned. Sila3 II. Wright, of Logan, llockliig county, was commissioned by the Governor) on Monday, Out. 20, as Common Pleas Judge for the counties of Fairfield, Perry and. Hocking. Mr. Wright was elected at the last October election to fill out the unex-i pired term occasioned by the resignation of Judge Van Trump, and also for tho next .regular terra of five years, commencing In February next. i -., ' 1 Pocket Picked. , A farmer who had come to attend market had his pocket picked, at the Farmers House, opposite the Market House, Monday, evening. lie had. taken his pocket-book1 out, from which be took five dollar grecnJ back, and returned the book to his pocketi After he had paid his bill, he felt for hi pocket-book to place in it the change he had received, and found it gone, with- thai $175 in money it contained. There was no clue to the thief. ' V ': " V' ;' ' " y . ' Serious Accident from Clothing Taking Fire. ' A serious aocident occurred at the resi dence of Col. Richard Nevlns in this city yesterday forenoon. .A little daughter !( Mrs. Dr. Massie, some eight or nine years .'of age. was standing hear a grate, playing with other children, when her clothing ac cidentally caught fire, A Bervaut girl at tempted to wrap ai blanket or thick cloth around the little girt in order to extinguish the flames. But the child, frightened, ut tered piercing soreamsr and ran toward Mrs. Nevlns, who, with Mrs. Gen. Wilson, on hearing the llttio sufferer scream, had juet emerged n haste frotri the library, The two ladies, wbo,ere, instantly joined by the mother of the little girl, immediate jy united their utmost exertions with hers, to tear the burning clothing from, the Douy of the child as quickly as possible. , In do ing this all the three ladles bad their hands severely turned Mrs. Hassle's so milch so that it U fared she, $ili loose one of hcrsj The litUe gtrl wat hurned.vfiry.j lerloualy but it Is thought not dangerously. 'i FRANKLIN COMMON FLEAS. TUESDAY, Oct. 30. i Jane Casey against Alexander ami MarliK K)blnson. Chittenden' for plaintiff, Bali kin ind' Wjlle for dofeiidaiits!. vTliiis an' ac tion In which the 'plalutoftclatosv$5.g)0 damages for injuries to her person, caused by her falling, on the 23J of April, 1805, into a private sewer dug by the defendants from their premises across the sidewalk on N6rthTVurnrBtiTeT untliatithe hijtiFjaronied: fa the plaintiff by fiiT own ctrelciVht's' ana 'rfegllgence, rand that the wwef viis TJonstrttetwI nndw- the direction pt the City, Civil Engineer, and i by .lirtnooE a Cit br')t)Uiiciid that if any Injury hnd resulted, the city, and not the defendants, was responsible. The case was -tried- at the November term, 18G5, and a verdict rendered in favor of the plaintiff for $G00 damages. The de fendants thereupon entered a, demand fora seooftd trial under the ntatute , 'The Court wits' piViMpatly occupied to day (Tuesday) with this second trial of the case. After hearing the testimony, the ar guments of counsel and the charge of the Court, the jury, after a few minutes' ab aencoV returned 'a verdict; fdi tlfeL defendants. President the Board of Control. By the recent death of DrXf. Andrews. the Presidency of the Board of Control of! tiie , State-j ,B)i)ik, of OUUx became vacati.; Aim oieeuing oi aiio x.ai:uiiiivo rcojimmi, e of the Board held shortly afterward, Jo-: seph Ilutcliinsou, Jr., Cashier ot the Frank'-' I in National Bank of tlii,city-.was ap pointed President pro tern, oho SUtu' Batik of Ohio, to fill the Vacancy occasioned by the deceaseof Dr. Andrews. This appointment is generally regarded as a judicious one, Mr. Hutchinson having! been, fort:the'iast twelve years, a member, of thaI5xccutiye,comniittee of the Board, and having an established reputation for familiarity with the principles and details, of banking operations. It is understood, that Mr. Hutchinson will be able to dis-j charge the duties of his new!efllce, audi still -retain ,111s position as Cashier of the' Franklin National Bank. Opera House. TheYe 'was' a' lair audience at tho Opera' Iloufe lqst niglit, notwitlistaiiding the cold and 'unpleasant weatlier. The part of Guinea, the Hebrew Mother, was rendered by Miss Heron with her characteristic! fidelity, and In many passages, with strik ing pathos and effect. Mr. T. Hamilton,' as the Brigand in the same ' play, won, as he generally does, the admiration of the audience. , The other, (Characters in the drama ' wcre generally writ sustained, though iu some cases a little more anima tion nnd a clearer enunciation would not have been out of place. Fazio, or the Italian Bride, Is tha lead ing play to-night. ' Miss Heron will appear in this play in her famous impersonation of Bianca. the Bride, while Mr. Hamilton will. periorin tne part or D azio. The entertain-j ment will conclude with the farce of the Persecuted Dutchman. r Z'i d Vestvali. Manager J"ohn A. Ellsler will open a sea. sou of one week at the Opera House, com mencing on next'Monday evening, when he i wjll(jUtroduce to the , Columbus public the celebrated. lyric : tragedienne, Mile Felicita de Vestvali, now perlormlng at the Acaderpr)of Mtisdo, Clcvelaiidrlje will bring witn lain the very efficient company now engaged at the Academy of Music. The Clevclun J piipers speak in the high est terms of Vestvali's Impeisonations and miis'tcaj "performances In that -city. ' it lis said that in, her personal appearance, she is peculiarly impressive; and that she pos sesses' a, Voice of great force and powflivtfiit under the most complete subjection and control, and capable of giving in the same sceno the most violent passion or depicting the deepest pathos. Appointment of a County Auditor Pro Tem. r At a session of the Board of County Coni- mfwionere tieia on Tuesday, uet;-3U, 1800 present, Messrs John M. Koerner, James W. Barbee and John G.Edwards, Commis sioners the following order was entered upon the journal : It baying been represented. lo.the County uommiisioncra mat ruomasAruoiu, Audi tor of Franklin county, is Insane, and inca nable and unable to discharge the duties of ins otnce witnin tne time specincd by law, and the said Arnold having no regularly appointed Deputy, and it appearing to the wuuiij ..iiiiiii,?.--iimici a ciia biiit: eaiu ,x ll Vill as Arnold has not for soiue;weol past,' performed his duties iu a proper ntanner, and in such a manner as is r quired by law, and as the interests of the people of Franks lin county UemandL hi R. Strait is horebv" appointed to do and perform the duties of Loamy Auditor of said county during the saiu.A.rnoiud aisauuity. I. O. G. T. At a meeting of Coldstream Temple 'No 31, 1. O. G.T., held Oct. 20, ihej following otiicers were elected for the ensuing term John Uncles, W. C.T.; Miss Minerva M, Flack, W.,V.T;5, Henry W. Field, W.S.l Iwls D-' Mercer, W; F. S.; Miss Sallle Bidleman," WTl Kalf J. Smith, W. M.J MisVMary Young,' I. G.; Geo. S.Hodgklns, O.G. Temple of Honor. At a meeting of the 'Crystal ' Fount Templo ot IIonor.No. 43, held' Oct. 25, 1800, the following officers were elected for the ensulpg term N.B.Sinith, W.C.T.; Jamei Spencer, W. Vi:T,J II.' P. Judd, W. It.; IL A. Turner, Wl A. R ; II. S. Rockey. W. F; Strlckler, W.T4 W. II, Flack, W. U. L. L. L. Jtoekeyj Wi D-rU.?,H. Fletcher .W.G4 GeoHodgklns. W..S4 ErBat- terson, Worthy Chaplain. Temple of Honor. Fresh Oysters. G us. Jlennebo Is daily receiving Stantyer ry, walker, a.JUo.'a celebrated Oyster Dealers and others can be supplied, wooleI alb or ret Ait at No. 13 West Broad way I OCt3MlT! :-na .'' ! ' M'.-i.ir I PHlie'lnstallation'',f.;; " The various Temperance ordera of tb'tt city and the publlo generally are Invited to attend .ihrfpublid Installation of Officers pi Crystal fount Temple of Honoir 'No'. 'fX, Tbursday-,eyeningNoif.' I'st,; at 'Tempiafsj EM,1 Jarpenter.' jBiiiiciiijg,.'BoUth .-High street. The Installation Ceremonies will commence preclcely:at eight o'clock,' -After which; iRey. A. G. Byers wllldeiiyer a Temperance Discourse. r By bide qt temping' i'.. :ri 8l-d2t ,A. CJIeadlby & Co.haye Jhst recbved the largest and most elegant stock of'dresl goods ever brought to this city. ocl7-2vr I'iitno l ulling. Orders left at J. Harrjs & Co.'s Store, No. 30 North HIkIi street, will be attended to by Sj, ( l I 1 E, OoBKELISON. ,' ' J oct27-tf - . t ! PorSalo or Itent. , " A first rate Howe Sew-lug Maclilno will be sold low. Apply at No. 2 Opera House. 20-dlw Cloak Ing. .. wTheitttestnovtiltlot of cloaking received this day at A. C. Ileadloy & Co's. Cloaks made to order on short notice. ocl7-2w ' "'Wress and Cloak Trimmings.': The most complete stock of Dress and Cloak Trimmings th the city will be fniihY at A. C. Headh y'fl Co.'s.'- 17-2W Wholesale Millinery Roods. The largest and cheapest stock ot.MUUnj' ery goods ever brought to this city can be found at Mrs. A. E. Soudcr's in the Post fm.r: n n r F ?f?.4:tf I l . Ona Hundred Vol an f f. s' iuward-UrM be;p'aid byMessrs..JlUG. Clark & Co., for a medicine that will cum coughs, colds, croup, wooplng cough, .pjr relieve consumptive cough as quick as Coe's Cough Balsam. rr. Let all ourfetler kjiow that (Joe's (Dys pepsia Qui"e will certainly enre the worst cases In existence, will stop pain after eat ing as soon as you take It, and Is a most ex' ceilent article: ror all diseases ot tbe etomaolr r , -F . .-' v- .. . .... nn , jr.... ana ooweis. ociou-uiwiw A "down east" debating club has Med recently arguing the question : Whfch is tho most effective agent in the reduction of the population Ot civilized eodntrlcM-Wor, Cholera, Switchmen or Bilious Com plaints?,, After a warm and. animated de-J bate tt was. decided Jhak the .latter had proven by far the most disastrous, until th'o discovery , pf the no.w, celebrated flotacfy Stomacfi ' Bitters' and' Scapdinavlan. Blood Purifier and Blood Pilfs.' The club, there- f,ore,.ac,tuate,d by. a spirit of philanthropy, . nave ueiermiueu 10 rcuoiuuiuiiu nitiu w tho public as a preventive of cholera, and certain cure for all diseases resulting Iroiri bilious affection, and. to. Inform them tlja they are '.'prepared 'by ..Prince, WalVon- A Co., Nos. 50,58, 00 nnd 02 East 3 J street. Cincinnati, and are for sale by all respect able druggists. oc30-d&wlw MARRIED: PARK DARLINU At the bride'i renidenoe, on Toendav morning,' Ootober 9th, by th:-Hev. Mr. liruce .Urns K. 1'akk, of the linn of 1). T. Wood bury & C .-and Mm, U. -A.lAHLUiDoth of this oi y. WoCard.- .. i Al .nt with tha above notice came a handsome 'preient of 'wedding oake 'for the 'prhtori.f 311 'handi join id wishing the happy eeuplo loaa and bappy livej. ami oonnubial bliaa to the full extent the most lortunate of married people aver enjoy. i , , , ( . .... revy Advertisements SEALED J?R0tO3ALS Wil l. BE liECEIVED AT THIS Of 1 tee ontil '" - Monday, the 5th day November, 'at S'd'olock V. M.. for furniahing material! and do jng thofolh-wiDg work, to-wit: - -- -For grading and paring tha gutter! and eroistrrgi aud grndiug and graveling tbe idewallcr, and for g ading tha roadway of Center street from (Jay treet to Long aireet. For making a Twenty inch pipe Hewer in Young street from Suite ntrt to liroad -street. - . v --For grail ing and paving the nnpaved aidewalka, Jut'ora and crossings on Front etreet lioia orth 'ublio lane to Maple street. . For giading a id paving tha unpaved gatton atld croisinirs, and for grading and graveling the slde wi kaon the north si.leof Fr.cnd.tieoi l'rxin Waik ington avenue to fc'ast I'abHs lane. 1 - For re paving the -idenalks, guttanandernisingi on the eas' side of Third streot from Broad street to State street.- . r K. . ; ' , .. t -' For grading and pavingthe nnpared gntteraarld nssiQKa, an I for grading and gravoling the aide 'walks and roadway on Conter street in WestColum b, from tbe National ruad to State street. - ' - The forerroing work la td be done nnder the Ortn nancesof the City Council and in afeurdanoe with the plans and specification! which maj - be aeon in ' this ofl'wH. . .: - H'he bids will be opened brthe rommfttee on Hew. era or by tbecointniuoes in the Waida in which said improTemenrs-are nicaiei, ana ineincni to reject any or all of the bids will be claimed by the ooin millee. Wi W, fOLbARil, .f . .-.tjCity Civil KnRiaeer. ' 1 -Oity CivH ErgineoTOfice, roomKo. S, up stufrs, la Wo. 18 Buckeye Block. ., . .. ... oct3lfd&t SherifTs Sales' Philip Uelsel ) 'In Pai tttion. , f-m- re.-- '- - Conrt of Common Flea! of Gefrf ge Helsel et !.) Frgnklin Coaoty, U. . IN, PCHKUAhCB OF AM OIIDE1I OF X. sale in the abovo stated case from said Court to me directed, 1 will otter for sale at" public auc tion, at the door of the Court House, in the City of Saturday, the 1st day of December A. D 1866."- - ' ' at 1 o'olock P. M., the following described real et wee. 10 wit: '' A traot of land aitntte In Hamilton towniKip. Franklin connty, Ohio, bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stone act up fora corner in the aeotion line, and 63 perohea north from the southeast porner ol he southiast quartor of seo tfoti 11. in towmhin I. range S3. Matthews' aarvev: thence west 86 perches to a atone; thence south 63 .perencs ton stone: thenoe eastvo perches to said "southeiuttcorner of section 11; t enoe south with the 'irnei i tnenortnwostquarMroi section is,'7apemnea to a stake: thence east WO perches to a Blake; thanoe north 1 40 perahaa ton stake; thence eaat 80 perches to the.tqua.ilM'. section line : thenoa JiOrth to the nortneaat. oorner 01 said southwest quarter of soc- una l(tbencn west with tbe line of the said quartor seen on to tne corner inereor; thence aouth with the line thereof to the place of beginning, containing 167 acroa, more or les, excepting 3S acres, it being all t' at tract of land situated In tha nnrihwuat Anrn., , or tne north wen quarter of ae-tion Vi. now owned . oy oarma vneti;. ana,. 1180, 10 aorea, cynveyed -to rut. ip tieuoi Dy dood, now owned by J. iSpangler, off of tbe northfait corner of the aouthwest quarter of section II, leaving yet to be disposed of One Hun- area ana seven eenaaraa. .. 9 Annrkinul -t.au; hi,..m !- 1 . ' Terms of Sale One-third of the p'urchaTe'monev paid on the day of sale, one-third in one year, and one'thlrd in two yearn, with interest from day of saie, aetorrea paymonl to be secured by mort. geon iui premiBBe.B , . . ,v . . ti Fnnter'sfaoi (U3i WiL DOM 10 AS, Bherifir. oat31 dltlwtd .01 SWA7ZE i PAisdNS. in MEItCHATNTP TAILORS - . : ,','' ' "" 'V " Cents FAirnlshlng Co oris,'' KOi 154 MOUTH HIGH STREET) - Opposite UniteABlatea UoioC' I'll .. r ' :S?LVSD3 omo- rpHF.y , AHE NOW IIFCRIVINQ. A X large and splendid atock of FALL and WIN TIt GOODS, ooBsisting of t t . "t, ' ft CLOTUeJ. CA8H1MKBES. VBSTlUGSrfT i . , ,. , FiMCr. COATINGS,". . . , I I ' . I "f 'I ' f 1 O'UARRA, CAMPBELL & BARBEE, (Saccnnajorn to Jf, A t, Zettlr,) ' . ;..-. '( . ,! : r " ,- WDOLI8ALI AMD. KIT AIL DJaLaTBS IN foreign and Domestic Groceries,; xxxazi iiiQcozii idR.TDUj.tH &' FRIEND" SIS. . !.!.( 1 , 1 Ml .,. lit ., "iJlyjt-atf P, . " ' . ' " " 2 JEESILIiS. " -xa IA T BIIAPLF.Y'9 , IBOAUDIMU STA- V hie, rear of Uoodale House, anioe FAMILY 'AltRIAllK. WitH nnla and iliKft... mid nnrlaina t d haot eomplote, all in fine ordei and for aaln low. Inquire at tha Stable. voUl-dlir Paving Notice. To all whom it mail Conetrn.: : ' K V v. Columbus fJ Oot. 9. V. JJotice il hereby glvon th'. froce-l-n;i hive beon nt tilted in the Ciiy Coujiijil of CMumliiu St lUHking the follow mg linprovanent. tr .,'., , fat grading and pevingth nort'i aldo of Ouorry atreoWroiB Front street to tank alloy. , .... , The Mint to be done In aeeiirdwuw - with nlaia and a.Uima es tobepreparvd by the City Civil Engineer, andnedintheoffioe ofthetiiy Clerk. ,. All persons elaimiug damaaei on acooant of paid prop.en i nprovoiniils, are required t'nle e aims in thn ffloeof the Clerk, in writing, or i or beieaoth Twellth if vt "J.", so,IM oo Sl-Haw4wd. V ' -f I Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it may Cunctrn: CITV CLEItK' OFFIOK. T" M TVoluIibuhi a. Oot. a. Notice li ksej Kivi thU raoedi K hv ben Irnlituifd in the Oily Council of Culutubm lor making tiie fjlli. wing improTuuinti. to-wit I Kur grilling sod paving the unpftvad idewslki sad tnltert on Cberr ilrett lroin Front treet to The name to be dona in aooordance with plata and esliiuates to he pr.-parM by the City Civil Engi neer, aud filed in the olBoe of tha City Olor t All i.rxmi aialii)in dauiacoa on i.-cttint of tail pn.ponrtillmirri'veioenu, n rquked tii file tlmir I. ...1 m. f .... (Il.lr ! .!l i. nn n. claima In tlieoftleeof tua Clerk before tbe Twelfth day of Uecember; A. 1. 1H8. ... ,i.,..n .... , I. WILSON-- oc(3l-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it may eonetrn t v ' V - 'f Cofccikjin, Of. Oct, W, 1801 i- Not toe Is hereby siren, tfatprooeedlogahave been instituted in the Citv Council of Columbus, lot inaHii.g Ibe following Improvements, to wit: Forgrnveling and otherwise improving tbe road way on liruad street lrom High atreet to the eastern linevf iheeorporation. )V ' r"- 4rV - The same to be done in aceofdaftoe irhplti nd estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer, and died in the office of the City Clerk. , All por.ions claiming 'datnagea on account of said proponed Improvements are lequired to file their claims ill the oflice of the Clera, In writing, on or before tbeTwelltn day of December. A. II. lHee. L. E. WII.HON. ioetSI-dlUwIvf -i f .!,,'. City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all vhor ifmay Uori i i .I ,.. .'CITY CI.ERK'8 OTFlCF C0LUMDU8, On Oct." 29, lflca.t Notlco ia hereby given that proceedings have bean Instituted -in Ibe CiyCodnei ot aytiitmbul lor making tne following improvement!, to wit: For grading and 1 avion tne nnpaved tidewalki, gut era aud crossings on South atreet and (South Public lane lrom Bank aliey west to Canal atreet, fcdd also for traveling the roatrway of the aaiae. The Same to be dona in ooordance'wtth plat end estimate to be propared by the City Civil Engi neer, and filed in the i flice of the City Clerk. "" All persons claiming damages on account nf said proposed improvements, are required to file their olaimsm theofUoepf tha,Clerk,.ui writing, oanr -before the Twel(ll day Of JJeoembor, A. 0. l(f 6. ' Ij, li). WliiSON, oo)31-ltaw4wd City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it may Conetrn r. r .- ' 1 . iiiwv inr nt"lu upcfin ' ! 1 CotiilbiiB, Ohio, Uot, 1, 1B8 ( Police is hereby given that proceedings have been Instituted In tbe City Council tf Columbo.l,-ur making tne following improvements, to-witi - F'ht groiing and-paving tow onrare -eidewtrfca. gutters and oroeaings on Sciota atreea from Mutind street to tkiuth Fublio lane. 1 ' I. Tbe same to be done in accordance with plati and estimates to he prepared by tbe City Civil Engi neer, and filed in tbe ollloe.if tbe City Clerk. "1 . All persona elaiuiing dauiagw en account efafa prornwed iinpmvementit, Bra required to file thlir claims in the nfrweof theClerk In writing, on or be lore tbe Twelfth day ef December, A; l. 166 ootSl-dlUwIw Citylilerka Paving Ordinance. An Ordinance to grade, and gravel and gutter tiie lideaalkaon Fast rriend atiaet from n athing ton avaoue to KmI Fublic lane. v -.;:i-i Hkction 1. lie it ordained by the City Oouooiliof the City of Coluinbimtwe-thirdi of all the mem bers oinourring), Tbat the nnpaved - aidewalaa. gaiiera and crocking! be graded, and tho unpaved aidewalka be graded and graveled on the north aide of Friend atreet lrom Wnahington avenue to Km Fublio lane, in accordance with the pint thereat on file in the office of the City Clerk. : v tSRO. J. That all damage, ecetsatd anpeneei aris ing from theforeiioini imnroveraent, shall -bfaaaeaa-ed and levied upon the several Iota of land fronting or abutting tlieion, in proportion to their feet front.' - -"' ': ' ' ' - LUTHER nOtfAl.DSOlf." - - - President irf tho City Council Paused October 5. A. U. It, . Attest: L. K. Wiuon, City Clerk. 1 If; i-i OC 1.11 -lilt : 1 -?. 1 Paving Ordinance. An Ordinance to grade and pare the unpaved lidV walks, g.ittors and crojaiags on tha extension ef ,t rout street friim KurULt.i'nblie lane lo Maple .atreeU ... ( .. . . ,., . , .1 .,!(, , . ,t SeotionI. Be it ordained by the City ConwCil of tbe City of Columbus (two-thirds of all theanera bera con urring). That than unpartd aidewalki, gutter! and orora ngi be gradrd and ravd nm tbe extension of Front atreet from forth Public lane to Maple atreet, in accordance with the plat thereof on fire in tha oftlo-of the City Clerk. 8xo. .' '1 hat' all-' damages; eoe end expansei ariing from the foregoing improvement, ihallrbe assessed and levied, upon the several Iota of land fronting or abu'ting thereon, in proportion to their feat front. - .' ' i.iitbitr nnvAT.rfiir . President ,f the 'Uy Council Talsed October A. W, K60 lAttwti JU. E. Wiion, City Clerk. - . octai-dtt - t y it j-.- .-' Paying Ordinance. Anardinanee to grade and pave the unpaved gut ters and o.ossing'.and (or grave frig tha aidewalka and roadway of Center str.et in VV eat Co.uinbui, .fipio the Mationalroad totUteatreetr fprtf . SitCTidH l:Beit ordairiei by thb'CltvCouncil of tne tiij 01 oiomrius (twe-tninisor all tbe mem- bars, concurring), Tbat the unpaved guttere and lines te graded and pav u, ana tue aidewama I ffravelnd nn Centa aaway atreet in West Ccluuibut, from tha National road to Stale atreet. in accordance with the plat thereof on ui in tuoomceoi inevity taerav 1 Mbo.'I. 'That all dahiagea, onsta arid expense arisiagfrom tbe furrgning improvement, ah a' I be aaseaiadand levied npon tbe reveraJ lot of land fronting or abutting thereon, ia proportion to their feet Aunt. , - r a,- - 1 .... c .-.a 1 I LUTHER DON A-LDRONi a t, jn.t Pfwiiien'oftlleCrlyOennail. Passed OoloberM. A. I, lsed.-i? Attest: t.B."WlMOM,CUyClMk. -oct31,dlt i . u .' .'A'- -IVAK t l ft t ;., it 1 Woroc'stcwji ! PRONObNCEDBT ' '. EXtUACTi CONNOISSEURS 1,1. JIO. . J,l of 1 Lntik from a ilcdioel Gi'Dtltmaa JTO TBI ;t, o.w M I ra A1AUIIAS,1 1 Y .IS. .v' kit Brother n "Only Good Sauce" WOBCgSTKt, l)n, oJV l i i f'ttW U A j'in rinr that their naoe ia highly, eatewned in India,. and ia.in my opinion, tbero oat pal atableaa well aa thn 'most Wheleaom klfl ArTLIOABLl TO ETerjr Tar let) . i. i .r U Q9 ; , r.W. 3OX0XZ. . Hauoe that U made." a " , t. ,i'il !);.. 1. The aucoest oi thi moat dolioloua nnd unrivaled condlmeirt having-Caused maTininpTlndpled deal ers to apply tbe name to Spurious Cmpcmn4i, th Pubxio ii rtpetlly and AvnaeaRVjTeqneated lo see that 'the names of Lia i PlBBtNg are upon thn YTUAPPER. Uiy! STOPPBB abdllOTTLE. ; Manf.cture4 by 'A r7 1 -u j XEA & PERRINK, Trrceater. ) Airenta for tha United StaUeaj. nr. n luitn-j- t 1 ootO i2laww e-lr ,. mW -it- VtWje" JDAIIRIAGE MAEING SUOP. HAVlttCt Pirn CHASED THE iitTrh. at Af P. 11. Cutohea In tbe Carriage Diking .9noR i;tia .o .-i.ioi-aum..i I-.;-; ,!....:, Corner pf Fair & Linii AJIeyA lletweeti Broad and Oayand High and Frontitfelt, .-..t. .. ,j ,iriii:i'ifa irjt BUGGIES; CAERIAGE3, On tha best pewibie 'termj-ea ciaap iua'an Ibe dun in tae wty, r. -1, ,t, ,,, , ,- s,j ef altklnrla don aaibort notice. ), : 11 iulylS-UU ITUOMAS aVNbtKSOir.