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-.TI1E0H105TATESMAN Dailj Tri-Weeklj and Weekly ; J.M , milJT TM" ", :;,., .Aggregate .V Circulation : PAI1PAPERIH ) v. ; t.y ? 'i ; 1 1 . ' - - '' '. Alt. I -Columbus r ; ia xenirai. yaw. 'it Thltmkn lt tko ooet AwUt1ii " Median at tar pPr In Mats elty. FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET s jppir-WH.UAM t. R09S. y-" ,. .... , l: cal. t. mask. ,; .'.VrV-OROROB H. EARHART. . o S.fs--SAMCEIj E. Riots-,-TratvrrK.C HEADLET, ,.V. i Jreerfr NATHAN COLE. Cbmsfaaev-WTLLIAM QULICC. , v" .Wwwr-El.tASGAVER. , : , itfmvirZ)rrtrfor-JAnon ORAtI, JvsUeeoftHs.Jr'fejAQOB LOHRER. n Mbtborolooicai. Tabl, prepared nd orrected : tT ' "W. J. Savnte, Jeweler. 83 Sotttb High street '' '?"".'' :-- ;a . wkDSisDA-r, Joly M, 967. O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer WTrr-tsr -' S - P. ii".". 8-a, . , ,s Snti Risei-V.,.:. 4 I Sun Bets..'. 7' M' -r '... i 1 1 "r- "'' Messrs. Thom a P. Wilder, of Athens, and Thomas Ctoughlin, of Bueyrus, were at the Nell last night.' ' l..-.u,k 'tA . ' Kets. The persoD who took a bunch of keys from the doofbf No. 72 North Seventh street, oh Tuesday niftht or "Wednesday morniDjer, is requested to return. It Immedi ately and avoid exposure. Breach of thb Peace. Alex. Sham baughas arrested on yesterday and taken before the Mayor, charged with a breaoh of the peace. After a hearing he was fined $5 and costs," which Tie paid. -f r :' . ,The Indies' 1'ari.or. There is pothlng go delightful ,these hot nights as a dish ol fcood-ice cream, such as can be bad. at the Ladies' Parlor, 144$ Souttt Align street. Ordersibr cream filled promptly " QtrrE Propkk. Dan. Bice the ' Other evening in his circus, said that he was not going to defile the fair record or thirty seveu years as a' respectable. Bhowman by becoming a member of Congress. " . ' MaVKStxkd. A'younjr mas,' surjposed to be seventeea or eighteen years old, was killed on the track of the C. & I, C. rail way near Greenvllleyon Monday.' He bad lain down on, the track to sleep and was crushed to pieces. His name Is unknown. 'Is Towsr. Brother Asa G. Dimtnock, of the Wagn Count) Democrat, called on us yesterday .' . Mr. Dimmock U publishing a JIto paper, ne that Is doing good service to the causa of the Union,, the Constitution padine laws; Xong may he wave! ; k;J'J c ...I .J . r t" Tranbfebred YesterbaT There was bat' one transfer nf feat estate. Jett at the Recorder's office yesterday: ' .-! 1 vl Johri B-HilUard and wife, to WUHam H. Jewett, April 30th, in loU Nos. 110, 111, 112 and 113, n the to wn Hill lard, lor 150. ,8."ii.i lii-.. .- i i. -'. . !.'.. It. Court ofjCommow PLKA-The jury in the easa oL David pavls,-charged., with bog stealing, found the. defendant guilty. William Thompson, charged with., bur glary, was also found guilty. 'The ease of (he State of Ohio. William Mauley, was called last eventngi - ---r''r Fink HoB8a Mr. BigelOW, of the Four Mile House, -returned 1 boora H' Tuesday tight ftomTPaftsi u Hebroogbt with1 bim four magnificent jTprma'n' stallions for ser viee in this Sute. Wehave aa inviution to ride out and look at them.' On our' re torn, we willtell our reader all about them.' ; ,v i iFisTiotnFF8. A coupleof the workmen on. the-wooden pavemeBt'on High street TfW into a fight yesterday afternoon- For few moments blood and' tar and . gravel Hew. round quite briskly- The combatants 'Were Separated and the damage found to be ai man wounded In the hose and, one in ihft shirt front., v v - '-'A New JDKA-We saw, a horse wander ing along-in the Eastern' part of the city yesterday with a big log chain fastened to his fore leg. We guess.he bad been giiilty bf tome "miedeoieaaor and- sentenced to hard labor on theehsin gang to iip the short grass which1 grow, along the curb atones. He wouldn't fell us how long he was sentenced for, nor for what offence. - La Hub's MmsTREta. This great band pjf minstrels, it will be seen by the adver tisement, open their budget of fun at the Onera House on Saturday night next." As hnrnt rnrkLsta thev stand at the head of their professloh.'Tivery time they have ap Deared in this, city they have ' given im- mnin tlsfaction. and have been wel comed bv crowded houses. Go and see them. '" m 1 - - Thk KTrra ToFrr. The JhlnjS which crawls' In the head bf the Journal speaks of oar impecuniosity. We are satisfied that ts a-good word; impecunkwity is good. fee inst'rncts us bow we may become rich by" ''appropriating othertpeople's proper ty... If that were indeed the "road .to wealth, be should be aa rich as As tor. That's the truth of it." "We don't know that he would steal, but we should bate to leave five cents in scrip where be could put bis grlppers on it, ":'; , i Eobbkky. The boarding house of Mrs. Banihart, on High street near Town, was enteredft on- yesterday , morning about o'clock by1 thievesi who made a very suc cessful raid on the pocket books ot several Vaitroad men boarding there. Mr. Burket vthi robbed of his watch and $20; Mr. Lep- t,.of.40j' Mr. Harper of 5, r.d a train tody named Emmett,of $3, an the money h bad." ft sis thought that, aa the men bad jeet) paid off", on Monday,- some, one who was cognizant of this fact committed the jobbery. -, r:,'. '.- . . v . ...,.' i3flA'iWATEaFALi.-fWaterJalls are nic when properly arranged, worn in a gen teel manner and made up of the right mate rial, ' ,We glimpsed at one yesterday that (Captivated" anything of the kind we ever ogled. It was p'abtexed midway between Uie xclput and sinciput of a very ' dark nioke".of the female persuasion, and coa- alsted, buge. bnnch ; of straw, Xquite enough to fill ordinary bay stack) cov ered witn JjIackSpanlsn mosAV,' The. latter baviflg' parted revealed the filllagof the ?nonater .chignon.-J4v ne 00 DlB to Duy m udw wv,uwj( wi .f.-,1 f:,.j aiaii inr nr. ii 1 1 i .. i .- ' New Ctjrbenct The Tressnry Depart- raetbaye" la, preparation ..and which will fe fesuad io '. weeks a mw'junomlQar nn of enrrencv. fifteen cents. The fol l&in&'-U, the oription rjhe 'prUjcTpal hwbeliishmen tn tb face are am cmrraved likenasa .of nGeaeral GEWitloo'Uhe: right band and 'Lieutenant. General Sherman on the left. Th aokrof theraote will be gVeen,wfth thi 'figure "IS" on each side ofAfrnotei ! The broflaa 'flgurea which fcaye been 'placed' npon' the'varioue de nominations of the 'United State currency will be omitted. ! - ( ,r a 'a to Democratic Primary Meeting. To the Democracy of Franklin Count. O,: Yon are requested to meet at your usual places of holding election in the several Wards and Townships on Saturday, Ji 27tu, A. D. 1867, for the purpose ot elect ing aeiegates ro meet a similar delegation from the County of Pickaway at Thurman nau, m mo vity oi uoiumous, on : ' i Tneidar.JnlT so, t io clocn. A. m for the purpose of nominating a Senator ii r me emmet eomnosed of the Counties oi Franklin and Pickaway. ' The number of delegates to be chosen will be one tor every 100 votes cast for Ben Le Fever for Secretary of State at the Oc tober Election, In 1866. The number ol delegates to each Township and Ward. upon tne aooye case, is as follows first Wrd....,A.-...i fcLWiml" .l Third Ward......-.'..t.s tourih Wid..'.."....A Fifth Ward 6 Mariiroa Townhin.. 4 Truro ; " ... fl,o - ' ' . (MiDton . ,-..."s Sharoo . - ' WubinstoD - 1 Kranklio " ...... s Sixth Wart. seventh Ward.i 4 KiKlitu Ward . Ninth Ward .N.ontromerj Tp S jetteraoa f ..... Mifflin ... Perrr . . " I Blendon ; ". 1 Norwich Brown Piant Jaokson ....is. The polls will be orjened from 7 to o'clock P. M. in the several Wards In the Ulty of Columbus, and from 3 to 5 o'clock tf. ai. m the Townships. . ' . None but Democrats and those who pledge themselves to support the whole Democratic ticket at the October election will be allowed to vote at the nriinai v elec tion- , Two Judzes and one clerk shall be elected to receive the votes, and shall cei tuy tne name or the delegate elected. JOSEPH FALKENBACH. Chairman Franklin county Democratic Ex ecutive ixmmrtcee. - Police Court. There were but three cases before the Mayor yesterday, two plain druuks and one ornamentel one. : Bill Houk was drunk. He had no reason for his inebriety.but merely got drunk for drunk sake. Fillins his skin with benzine he wandered forth, " when the moon's pale light shone bright o'er hill and dale."-" A Star discovered him, beamed upon and ar rested him, - The Mayor fined him 9 1 and costs, which he paid. . Michael Bruner is a healthy galoot. ; He takes his benzine with u paralleled regular ity, and likes it. It permeates his system and stands on his Websterian brow like beads on a purse. For being drunk he was fined $1 and costs, which he paid. " Peter Wall was drunk and disorderly Peter is generally druuk, but not always disorderly. ; He changed his benzine shop, and the change worked to his disadvantage. For being drunk he was forgiven. For be ing disorderly he was fined $5 and costs, and in default has a chance to work it out. VS aw, Peter Wall is a bally boy, " : - - -. A bally boy on a spree, ' Bat he (ot rampmt and oried Terr load .;. , - WiUany body fight with me?'' . . y: -j . Then a great biir bam -mer-ert '" As big as a small tree, " With a Drown stone pitch-er-er ' j in the maft hit Peter one, two, three. " A policeman then stepped up,- is this you. Peter, 1 see ? . -n I'll take you op and take you down." . : ' -' The watohman said to he. - ': Then Peter stiuek an attitude, . And said 'I Koest with thee; JJt downfall I at-tri-ba-t .. . To beuiine wh.i-ki-ee." And now in limbo lies poor Pete. And very low lies he; ' . So galoots all take wa-nin?. And don't drink whis-ki-ee. The "Heavy B. B. C The organization the "Heavies" is now complete. They have procured the necessary number of fans, lounges, &c Ice will be' furnished aU who pay lor it. The rules differ from those adopted by the National B. B. Asso ciation in one or two Important particulars, and are as follows : . 1. No one weighing over three hundred pounds will be allowed to play. 2. Express wagons will be on hand to carry the players from base to base. 3. No player will be allowed more than three men to help him to his borne base. 4. Any player occupying more than fif teen minutes in going from one base to an other will be counted out. m - t. Persons residing within balf a mile of the grounds are- requested to close their shutters to prevent , aceidents. - - 6.; Spectators 'are not allowed within twenty feet of the bat. . . . : 7 Owners of horses ..bitched within half mile of the grounds must be responsible for. .all accidents that may occur to their "animiles.1'---' -. ,.: -a -; -:-.;.. -.. . , 8.. Men without arms or legs cannot be come members . nm-.t - 9. Players can stop for refreshments at each 'base,, where a small bottle. will be found. This bottle is sometimes called a bass vial. , ' . .' .' 10. Hoes 'and cattle will not be allowed pasture on the playing ground during the game. . .... T .- - 11. Fielders will carry their vials with them,, in order to avoid the necessity ot coming in for drinks- 12. scorers will not be allowed extra drinks on that score. - Thb- Excelsior's Game Yestbrdat. The Excelsior B. B. Club played a practice game on their . grounds at Tod Barracks yesterday. afternoon, with the following re sult:, O. R. O.R. Gardner, Capt. p..'... 1 1 Van Sl.vke. is 4 0 Martin. 1 b 3 3 BlviiD.Sb..- 3 I- Thnrman.Capt.lb. O 3 Swavne, o it t K. King.Sb 1 a Dennison, s S.:v.....S W. Kinf.i f.. ........ 4 E. Williams, e f 0 4 Dunn, rf .... 3 S Dolson. 3 b..v..O S T. King, p..... 0 S :'. ' . ' : -Is J. Keil. a 1 Harris, e f...........l Southard, e f........l Burdell. rf .....1 J.S. Willfams.rss. 2 Sarace. 3 b. Rodeman, If... S. Doiigett, .. Bell. f. 31 16 Time of the game, IX hours. ' : Hot, all Hot.. It required a two story thermometer to mark the heighth of the mercury yesterday. It was most tortu'r- ingly hot.': Even old ."impecunioslty" who crawls in the head of the Journal, was 'seen to shed a drop and a half of sweat saved since his last effort in that line for an oc casion like the present. We think we must have issued a barrel of perspiration yesterj day. i There is enough of us lett for anoth er barrel to-day. ' Pure ile. Yea, like that of which the poet speaks,' "most fragrant of earth, sweet tte." A pleasant -chower last evening helped the- matter somewhat, and cooled the air considerably. J M I , . : Filed Yesterday. The Cleveland Times Company deposited its certificate of incor poration with the Secretary of State yes terday. ; The company is organized for printing and publishing a newspaper, and doing job and other printing, and binding books, and also publishing such books as the .company may see fit. The place of doing1 business is in" Cleveland. Capital stock 100,000, in shares of $10.' Alexander B, Hall! well, -Robert F. Paine, Mathew Worfolk, Frederick E. Lockley," Ernest King and William J. Tait are the corpora tors., . "'-Thb" Way the Revenue is Collected-. Some genius lucidly explains the present system of raising the revenue as follows, in which there is considerable truth : Now you.see, in tho first place they git the amount of a teller's business. That is taxed, s Then they find out how much be earns every month, and that's taxed. Then they find out all about bis profits, and on that they lay their tax. Theu they manage to git seme tax on what he owes. Next comes what they call income, and that's taxed- Then if anything Is left the preacher calls around and gits it to sustain the cjmrcljL and eon vert the heathen.", .. Dickinsox's Jen Cbeax Saloon. Our friend "Pick" at bis ice cream saloon, No. 64NortS High street; la- making the most delicious eream to be found in Columbus, We ara glad to see that bis efforts to furn ish the best cream, cakes, confectionery, Ac, are appreciated, and that the ladies consider Dick's as the saloon of the city Bo: there to-night, take your wife and sweetheart "with you and see if, what we state above is not true. Go to the China tea.Stor tot that splen did Tea, the Long Arm Chop. $1.10 per pound. 3t - ' " -' r. . .s . ' Boarders Wanted. A tew single gen tlemen or ladles can ' be accommodated with boarding at No. 70 North High street Also a pleasant unlurnlshed front room, with boarding, suitable for a small family, . - -. - - tf. ; Free Lckch. Johnny Fischer, No., 39 East State street, will set a free lunch this morning at 10 o'clock. " ' jyl9-dlw Go to the China Tea Store forcheap Teas, Coffees and Spices. Beller keeps every variety. ' " 3t Fruit Jars for Gwynne Block. sle cheap at No. julyl5-dl0tw3w CHOLKR.aMoRBus.-And all disorders of the stomach and bowel?, are speedily cured by the use ot Coe's Dyspepsia Cure, whilst In digestion or constipation are equally well governed by its use, for it is a perfect regu lator of the stomach and bowels. Dyspep sia, the most horrible of all diseases, yields at once to Its curative powers. It is a val uable medicine, very popular, and should be kept on hand Iu every household. : July24-dfewlw Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs. It U very seldom that any business furnishes so good an example of true enterprise as the manufacture of the above celebrated Instrument, conducted by Messrs. Mason & Hamlin, of Boston, Mass. It seems but as yesterday that the mention of a reed in strument suggested naught .but snarling, fine tooth-comb music, and yet snch a vast improvement has been made that the qual ity of tone is now hardly recognizable as coming from a reed. If our musical read ers will personally examine it, they will agree with u., that the Cabinet Organ will iuny near out all that is said or it. Louis ville Journal. . - The Cholera. Dr. Bigelow, a noted physician of Boston says : . - "From our past observations I do not be lieve that cholera, should it appear in this country, will be so likely to trouble New England as it is to visit the malarious re gions of tbe South and West.", Among all the many different remedies advertised there are none that act so com pletely as an antidote to this .malarious poison, and which give vigor and strength, than Dr. Boback's Stomach Bitters and Blood Pills. The Blood Tills act directly on the liver, causing it to throw off the deleterious'matter, and the Bitters restore the appetite and invigorate the whole sys tem, thoroughly keeping off the terrible scourge, cholera. v jy24-d&wlw LIST OF LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for at the Columbus Post- office, July 24, 1867. - -.- -- - A. AllenMrs Adeline AlkireMrs K W Allen Miss E J Arioert Geo Alton Henry Aicbergh Mrs H B Barney Albert Bland A Bawldi-g A Beadier Ann Barker A M Bon how Mrs C T Butler Mrs Kate Bermar Chas P Baldridne K W Ball Mr E Bobbott K Mi) 3 Uradford GW " Bucannan Mrs I Barry Jane Barr ur Jacob liaer t'r Jaovb Barker Jam's U BucberJuhnT Bentl-yjohn Blake Mrs LS BailinffL. Blake Levi J Baker.Mi Xlnrr Baker Mrs M Bisineer Miss N Booker OakmanA Bunnell P J . BartlettMissKU Botliel Samuel BartlettSaml A Butler Simou Bryant Wm M S BallWmB BnilWmB Brown Daniel Brown JohaW ... E ... -- Cas Mr Amelia Cooper Mrs A Cowen C Cohern C U OonperMrstCmmaUlark Mrs E R Cor M-.-s tmmt Ueilea Mi-s . Carter Elnora Coea&riri Mrs JS A Coleman Goo - Cole Geo Car.on !eo ' . Crotinser II Ooyle Hugh Cater James Caten James. Churry J G Collins k!rs John olsanjohn - Cooney Mrs John Oober." I. l Cope L Cartis Mrs L M , CuuninghamUissClarkMissMarg'K'onklin MusMM I. n Cnrtis O L Cnnse P R Clark Phe'ia Cookus MissR L Carder Susan Cherry Samuel CnrtisMra SarabCoffman Samuel Carrol X nomas . - O Davis Mr - - Ditto Daniel - Dillen Mrs Ellen Demorest Hist I Demorest Miss B Dieum Harriett Dim Harriett ' Davis Henry Dean Miaa Ida Decker Mrs AI S Bison Mrs M Dixon Mrs M -: DodilsRobtK Drake Mrs SarabDaTiaon Wm H Dunbar WADr -. .- , Edwards Mrs DE EwineMUsLiiileEIUs H KsurJ KnirJ Evans Mrsjennis Edwards Mrs M(3)Ed wards Stephen - p Frank Chas " ' Fraiser Ella M Fnrsmman ESS t'reoch Mrs K F Frinel Isaac Ford James 6 Gilligan Mrs A '. Griffin Alph'sB GorrelLMlss C ' Griawold O C 3 Graner Conrat Galtman Mrs E tinbn Frankel R Gould JnliaM, Gib bona Miss P . . Gardner T Gallawav A B Guthrie Chas Gentry FB Gurdan Mrs M J Hannels Miss A Harper Misa A Harrison Alex Hell AM .. ; HirzEnde . Hall Brjant L Herald Ch Hathaway Chas Haley Denis Haddoell MrsF AHener H . , . Hume Jaokson Hester James Holland J H ""' Hicks Joseph UioksJonn Hre Mrs Mary Harris Miss S J ItoherW . numpareys jarsj tiutner m Heil Martha Hicker Peter. Hunt Yancey Harrison Wm A I . Ingles John " , Jf '' ' Johnson Henry Jenkins John ' Jarvis MraR B Johnson W A " ' Jones John W Juaes Mrs R Jones Mrs K i) louti Col David Jones Mrs C K ' " Karnes Mrs C (3) Kelsey Geo C A. I.enon Cbss Lamson C F Lakin Dorcas J Lewis H L Lyun E J T Laff John Linn Nathan Johnson Alex B James Moriran Jennings Wm Joi.es W L -Jones B F 3 Kendall AH L-rd Adam Lang C Jjoather Jeff -Lattes Louisa Miller Mins E C Meeker Chas Montgomery C -M reJ E Massey Jos Motoalf Mrs 8 Milton Miss A E MnntgomeryMiss Melters Christ Agues Mor"onHC Murryjas Midaleton Mrs J Mort-.nJ ilurr.vjo n . Martin John A Meredith Mm Jii.ler J P . Mc'i MnLier Elisabeth MeGuire .TessieGMcCartby Jas McCabeJus McGuneJonei McLaughlin Jas McClelland Robt , . ..-':' w . ; ,., ' .' Nelson Elmer Neff FT Nelson Miss M L Orer Mrs C Ortman Mil's jo Owens T D O'ouliivanWm ' ' ' r : Pooremam Amos Page Mrs Lottie PorteT Dr C B Pollard E Porter H B Peterson Jude Ploezer John H Pontious John H Pugh Miss M A Pugn Richard Parker Miss S K Parker I S Parnons X J M Peurey Wm . . , It Rose Miss' Alioe Rogers B C Rivets Frank H Ranix Jos Reneam Miss At Reeves R T Robinson Wm : Rowlands Miss AReeves B RossMrsCharlotaRickerson A 6 Kobenet J C Reese Jonathan Ream John Jr Ryan Philip , ilaiuon Robt Radeibaugh Miss b. Richards Thor HtarrMr ' -SiserA V - - 8rrr Angnstin Botnorn Mrs A Sisler Mrs A - Stiles Amos Stark D D Schrow U P . Seott Dr G C Strattnn J B Sweet John Short John W Short John T 3 Sempton John SpenoerLK Sttllivant MrsSaners Mrs P A Scobey R Maggie P Simpson W H G 3 Smith D C Smith Miss Lou Smith Mrs Arm X Tedrow MiBsA Taylor Mrs Cvrui Tompkins J Todd James Tyson John W Victor B K Fogelyeeang L 3 W - ' Wiley Mrs Altha Weaver Miss M Woods Rev E WouileMrsL Williamson G A Wed G Lir 2 Wilson Geo Ward Geo . W hi ton H L WltrttH Wallaoe John Wady John : Witter Miss Lena Wiloox Miss L Walter Lanrenoe Watkina Miss M Wheeler M Z Wood row Miss a ; Woodward S W Welsh Kev T A Wells Wm 3 Woodw.irth W F Williams Henry " V YonnkerST Young Jacob ",; ,, miacellaneoaa. -' Agt of Decker's Clover A Bates A Bro ' Grass Seed Harvester 3 Crawford A Evans Dnlen FletaherACo r uiier a sisn-oo Hays A Shellenbarger Morthway A Ensign Pinion B A Bro ' Hailtnan Rohm A Co - Keller t Snyder Peek A Strong JULIUS J. WOOD. P. M. ; lAYOmGTADyretiiniing to her country home, after a sojourn of a few months in the City, waa hardly recognised by her friends'. In place of a eoarae, rustic flushed face, she bad a oft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness, 1 and instead of twenty-three she really appeared but : eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of aa great a change, she plainly told them that she need the ; Circaee-ltua Hatlm, and eomridered itanlnTaln- : able acquisition to any Lady's toilet.' By" ha use any Lady or Gentleman can improve their personal ; appearasoe an hundred fold. It Is simple in Its ' combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsur passed in its, .efficacy in drawing impurities from, a)so healing, sleansing and beaatjfyijig the skin and eomplexion. By its direot action on the cuticle it drawl from it all its impurities, kindly healing the same), and leaving the surface as Nature intended it . should be, dear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price . tl.sent by Mail Express on receipt of an order by i W . Li. tLA KK. A CO., Chemists, No. West Fayette St.. Syeswe, N,V, I The only American Agents tor the sale of the tame, mar25-dawly HOTEL ARRIVALS. NEIL HOUSE. Wm. Earn9baw.U. S. Army; Frederick Smyth, New Hampshire; Wm.H. Baily, Boston, Mass. ; C. M. MoGregor. U 8. Navy; John P. Wosstall. New York ; M. S. Rogers. Richmond, Ind. ; J. H. Pat terson; U. 8. Army: J. Hopewell. Jr Springfield. Mass.; J.B. Spencer, New Tork; A. E. Neil and wife, Columbns, O. : A. G. Dimmock. Coohoo ton. Ohio; John Hntonins, Warren,' Ohio; A, O. Cobb. Boston. Mass.; John H. Cavender. St. Louis: J. H. Martindale and wife. Roches -er, N. Y.; D. Baker, Delawire. Ohio: R C Rodgers. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania: W C Weir. Auburn. New lork; E D Williams. Cincin nati, Ohio; Amos O Rawley, Philadelpbia. Penn sylvania; FDOrmstesd. New York; James MoElroy. Springfield. Ohio; Joseph Hutobinsun-Columbus. Ohio; D McMillan, Xenia. Ohiot James E Platter, Xenia. Ohio; Thomas F Wildes, Athens, Ohio; W W Brigham, Dnnkirk. New York, Mrs Perkins. Dunkirk, Mew York: Thomas Cooghlin Buoyrus. (Ihin. Mra M Hmrriden. Buffalo. ew Ynrk Minn Claia Hansen, Warren, Ohio; E Yan Camp, Cleve land, 0; C Dakin, Cleveland, O. UNITED STATES HOTEL. York; J W San.15, Cincinnati; J R Williamson, Dayton: Mrs Williamson. ii: A G Scott, Gallipolls: I. M (Horn Lithonulis: It R Jones. Nw York: O P CTaney. Winchoster; E Neibling, Worthington; S u r-aimer. i'Diiiiaeipniiir vv Jamison, uoiumous; F M Senton, Groveport; W W Gary, Groveport; R B Wbitsell.eitTjH E Lambert. New York; Peter Cachill. Bostoo: H C Cook, Clinton; ELden Suisher, Illinois; Mrs Suisher, do, Leon Plum, Lockbonner; P E Guinter, Westerville; S R Landr'ck. do- G L Wilson, Worthington; T C Taylor, Chicago; Daniel Funk. Macon, 111. GOODALE HOUSE. J Jamison. Columbns. O: Thomas J CasDev. Philadelohiv Ha: Eeatherstnne - Kew York, ew York: G E Leathers, Port Wayne, Ind: L Clark. Lanoister, O; D U Stickney, Cincinnati; John S Moodey. Columbns: C C Comstock, Columbus; L B Harris. New York: Francis Frank. Indianapolis: J B Benson, Pittsburgh, Pa. , ANNOUNCEMENTS. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Editors or Statesman: Please announce to my friends and the public that I am a candidate for re-election to the office of J ustiee of the Peace, at the enduing election. i . ' WM. L. HEYL. SENATOR. Editor Ohio Statesman You will announce that tbe name of Hon. R. HUT0HES0N will be S resell ted for nomination as a suitable oandidate for tate Senator for Franklin and Pickaway, before the Distriot Convention hereafter to be called, sub iect to its decision. Mr. H. having served two ses sions as a member of the House, unites the legisla tive experience with recognized ability to make a useful legislator and an erScient advocate of the principles of the Democratic party. A T Wll.I.lN'O. nrasent Senator from this Distriot. will, in accordance with the oustoms and usages of the Democratic party, be a candidate for nomination for aseoond term, subject to the decis ion of the Democratic Distriot Senatorial Conven- flvj innnsTns Tn-PERRILL. whose great legislative experience and efficiency Indicate him as a proper man lor tbe position, has consented to be a candidate for Senator in the Distriot composed of the counties of Franklin and Pickaway, and his friends will present his name to the Democratic Senatorial Convention hereafter to be called, and abide its decision. Editor Ohio Statesman Please announce the name of AD1N G. H1BBS, Esq . as a candidate- to represent the eon n ties of Franklin and Pickaway in the State Senate, subject to the decision of the Democratic Senatorial tjoavention. m- Hmna I,., Viaafi faithful reoresentative of the people in the House of Representatives, and FRANKLIN. SPECIAL NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West. Broadway, nesr ligh street, Columbus. Ohio, has devoted himself r a series of years to the tree t nent of oertain pri- rate diseases. He may beoonsulted at his offioe Broad ni , near theExohange Bank may31-tf Free to Everybody. A Large ( pp. Circular, giving information of the greatest importance to the young of both sexes. It teaches how the homely may become beauuio- the despised respected, and the forsaken loved. ..j. No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their Address, and receive a copy post paid, by re turn mail. . ' Address r. J. irrawer zi. mar35-dawSm '' J Troy. N. Y. BftANDBGTH'S . PILLS-Our theory Local disease, whether of the stomach and bowels enlargement of tbe joints, rbeumatio pains, cnta neons eruptions, even dyspeptic complaints. Boils or whatever form such local disease puts on, are so many "Proofs" of a disordered , state of the blood and bowels, whioh - . s .- BKANDKETH'S PILLS jU eorreotand cure. Expkbuncb and 40.000 certifi cates nay this is so. . , . . B. BRANDEETH. junxo-aawim - - VII R NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or ulceration of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prostate glands, stone in the bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust deposits, and all dieasesef the bladder kid neys and dropsical swellings. U8I LKX.XBOIiI B rium ftATWT nuuiu.; I . - - I " MISG11DED ME.-V, AND THE LAW OF CHARITY AND MERCY. PTnvian lCnaAVft. on the 'Errnrs- Abuses and Diseases which form the basis of the Ortvest Mal adies in the first age of man, and fearfully sap tne 'vital powers, with sure means of reliet. - Sent in .a ed letter envelopes, tree oi cnaree- Aaaresa, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Howard Association, Philadelphia. Pa. mayl8-dAw3m ' - y L,OTIOI KICOKD. THE OPriIT SAFE Al It jtKLIAHI.r, Antidote asrainst enntazious diseases. Price S3 per battle; large siie. double quantity, fs.- Sent securely paokedon receipt of price, to any address. witn directions, Dy aauressing r . a. u u i i a. J.. . . Sole Agents for the United States, . No. 13 Gold street, JS-w York. W Send for ciroular. jun28-doodiy tYllV NOT (JSK THE BUST? OVRR TWENTY YEARS' increasing demand hag established the fact that Mathews' Vrnbtiam Hair Dyk is tbe best in tne world, it is me cheap est, the most reliable, and most convenient. Com plete in one Dottie. Arees dm require any previous preparation of the hair. ?o trouble. No oroek. or stain. Produoos a beautiful black or brown.as pre ferred. A ouild oan apply it. Always gives satis faction. Only 75 oents per bottle. Sold everywhere. : A- I. MATHEWS. Manufacturer, N,Y. -. DEMAS BARNES A CO., New York, Wholesale Agents. " ' ' Also. MATnsws' Arnica Daib Gloss tor storineand dressing the Hair. . . ; . juneis-deodiy . ... V ' Climax." ! " i; ' ! Page's Climax Salvb, for Burns, Scalds. Scrof ula, Salt R earn, Sores. Broken Breasts, frost Bites, Cbillblains, Stings, Bruises, Cuts. Swelling.; Ac whether upon man or beast, is the most won derf ul artiole ever produced. Other good artiole alleviate: this cures. It allays inflammation, sub dues pain, and heals without a scar. It is worth its weight in gold to any family, and should always be on hand. It is warranted to do what it say ev ery time. febSS-weowly Moffat'i life Fills and Fhosnix Bitters Were first used In private practice in 1825. They were introduced to the publio in 1836, since which time their reputation has extended, until they have asale in excess of all other Cathartie and Purify ing Medicines. There is hardly a family among civilised nationi who have not personal evidence of their beneficial effects- Their great success is ow ing to their uniform reliability in case of Consti pation, Bilious and Stomach'.e diseases, whether of or.g or short duration . They are entirely vegeta ble in their. oom position, and harmless to the gen tlest infant- One ingredient opens the pores of the skin: another ii diuretic and stimulates proper ac tion of the kidneys; a third is- emolient, loosening phlegm and humor from the lungs: other properties are warming and oathartic. and cleanse tie stomach and bowels from unhealthy tearetioni. Their com bined effect is to regulate the impaired functions of be system, and to -produce health., It is not assert ed Moffat's Pills are acur-o that they wiU eure. all oomplaints but under ordinary circumstance! bey may be relied upon to cure Nervous and Sick Headache. Ccstiveness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion Jaundice. Liver and Bilious Complaints. Colds Scurvy. General Weakness. Ac They are express ly made for these diseases. Millions upon millions of cures ean be cited. In no single instance has a complaint ever corns to our knowledge, where they have not operated as recommended. The printed ciroular around each box folly ex plains the symptoms and effects of each disease, specifies treatmen , furnishes evidenoe, Ac. " Ws briefly refer to Rev. David Elder, franklin, N . C, who was cured of Dyspepsia. C. R. Cross, of Theoike. 111,.. cured of Liver Complaint.. H. Hooley, of Springfield, Pa, had Scrofula, and had to aseoratohei; was eared in three weeks. James D. Dolern. of Adrian. Mich oured cf Bilious Fe ver. Rev. Henry" Graham. Presbyterian Church, Gananagua, Cal., of Feverand Ague.; Ret. Ed. H. May, Twenty-first New York, of Rheumatism and Piles of S years standing. Rev. Samuel .Bowles, Editor: of Ike Springfield (Mass.) .Republican,1 -waa cured of terrible Costiveness. Hon. Ed. Webber of Bumney, N. H., of Liver Complaint, etc, etc, ,,11 . l-i r.:i t 25 i.? ; i-i j- A nix of jioiTat's Life PUls. with fulf circulars. Ac, will be tent gratia to any Physioian or Clergy, Ban. oa -the1 receipt of two thres cent postage stampji. . i i- ,: ' - -- Moffat's Life PUls are Sfi oent per boxv Moffat's Phoenix Bitters, $1 per bottle. They are sold by P resiiectabl detJers abronskoat tke oontinents and the Wjra-WLAND. Proprietors. 'Suceessorsto Dr. John Moffa. .ni to. ;Wm, B. Moffat. 121 Liberty street, New 1 oik. feb2S-weowly NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY OCEAN TELEGRAPH. Financial and Commercial. Liverpool, July 24. Cotton unchanged. Breadstuff's and provisions unchanged. Petroleum ls3d..; - - , L,ater. Bacon advanced i81, and lard 3d. Cheese declined Id, and retihed petrole um d. . BY STEMER. Orange Day. per Persia state that Orange Day, July 12th, passed off quietly In Ireland. There was a demonstration at Bellast, at which 30,000 urauKemen marcneo m procession through the city. Tbe milltarv and nnnatabulnrv patroled the town, but there was no disturbance. Letter Condolence on the Death of Maximilian. . on authority a ¬ ter or condolence ou the death of -Aloxi-milian, addressed by Napoleon to the Em peror of Austria, was to tbe following ef fect: I send VOU the exnresslnn nf mv panrln. lence on the dreadful news of the death of tne Emperor Maximilian.-' My grief is the more lively Decause I teel the responsibility of the painful part' I have had in this misfortune,- but-God, who penetrates our hearts, knows I never had ajiy other objeot than to extend to those distant places tbe influence ot our civilization. In doing mm i nave iounu no nooier or more wortny intercessor ..than your .Majesty's uniortu nate brother . FROM NEW YORK. General Grant for President. New York, July 24. At a meeting of the Union Bepublican General Committee last evening, General Grant was nominated for the next Preeidencv. subiect to the de cision of the Bepublican National Con vention. Suicide of the Japanese Student. The Herald's Springfield, Mass, special says : A. Shawara, Japanese student at the Academy in Monson, Mass- ' hnntr him self on Sunday .night. His age was thirty. lie leaves a wife in Yokohama. Arrest of Counterfeiters. Two Italian counterfeiters were arrested to-day while in the act of moulding coun terfeit five cent nickels. They bad. superb dies and machinery, and several bushels of spurious coin. Mortality Report. The weeklv renort of Dr. Harris of the I mortality of last week was 153, less than ! he average ol the corresponding weeks ; tor the last six years. Trotting Match. A trotting match for $200. two mile heats, came off on the Fashion Course yes terday, .between Gen. -Butler, -Bich and Stonewall Jackson. The first . and third heats and race were won by Gen. Butler time 4:59, 5:05 and 5:08. A Prisoner Shoots a Sheriff. under sentence of death in tbe Bockland county tail for murder, on Monday last shot the Sheriff, Thos. I)e JSoyelles, wno was on his a customed rounds, and afterward com mitted suicide by shooting himself. Le Noyelles is still alive. The wife of the prisoner bad visited him on bunclay, ana hits been arrested on suspicion of having procured the revolver for him. FROM WASHINGTON. Sheridan Not to be Removed. New .York, - July 24. A Washington special says : It is authoritatively an nounced that the statement that President Johnson intends to remove Sheridan is without foundation. The Veto Message. The Tribune's special says : The ¬ dent's message vetoing the last supple mental reconstruction bill was not pre sented nor read to Mr. Stanton ior his opinion, and consequently he did not ap prove or disapprove of the document, prior to its presentation to Congress. All the other members ot the Cabinet approved the - - ' " -- -- The Indian Commission. military officers who are to form part of the Commission on locating Indians. Gen erals Sherman, Hancock and Augur are suggested by some, because these officers are nlreaoy-wa duijrJn the West and are familiar witn tne su meet anu lacts ou wnicn the- Commission - is to . aet. but the Presi dent will probably select three Brigadier Generals, who have bad no part in the con ducting of military matters against the In dians, and thus enable Generals Sherman, Hancock and Augur to give testimony De fore thecourt. '"" . Walrussia. ¬ ment of Washington Territory, and Gen. The of Prisoners—Declaration for State Rights. New York, July 24. A special to Post says : The ex-rebel Commissioner for the exchange of prisoners of war publishes letter in the National Intelligencer, In wbich he says that In 1864 the rebel authori ties voluntarily proposed to deliver fifteen thousand sick and wounded soldiers with out requiring any equivalent. He offers to prove tins Dy me eviuence oi union om- cers. ' - . Some correspondent says : At a Demo cratic meeting in Baltimore last night, one of the members ot trie Maryland tjonstltu tionaLConvention appealed to his hearers to assert the doctrine of State Bights and carry back the Government to its real Jn tent as unaerstooa Dy tne iramers oi tne Constitution. The .sovereignty of Mary land must not go under unless at the poiut of the bayonet. ' ! mm 1 i C ' v . - ' .-!. . XCursiOn. - - Chicago. Julv 24. The Silver Palace car -excursionists.- 270 in number, mostly members of the Press and ladies, arrived at midnight. This morning a press break fast was given at tbe Tremont Hwuse.W During the forenoon the lexettMOMtB visited the Chamber of Commence ajtd-eh-er places of interest. The afternoon-will be spent in riding arounu tne city, alter which dinner at the Sherman House, and a grand hop in the evening. The excursion ists express tnemReives mgniy aengntea with the trip. They leave to-morrow morning for home. Havana Advices. hpurinsr Havana advices to the 20th. The Cuba treasury was In a poor condi tion." No salaries lor June nas yet Deen paid. It is reported that General Prim was no stranger to the recent outbreak in Porto Rico. The ery the revolters was viva fipn. Priin-VLvaiaKeouonc. - The Cuban Government was taKing measures which indicated a tear of some movement ol a revolutionary character. There was yellow lever at Havana. Fire—Cricket Match. CrKciNNATi. Julv 24. The large coffin manufactory of Crane, Breed & Co., foot ot Rtti street, was consnmea -ny nre last night. ' Loss Irom $75.0(X) to $100,000; in sured for about two-thirds the amount of Inca. A cricket match .between the Thames Club, of Chatham, " Canada, and Union olub, of this city, began yesterday. Two innings' were played, the Union scoring 54, and the Thames 22. The game will be resumed to-day. ' From New Orleans. knnn annnlntwl O HAmmittjA f fl 1 1 VCUtluu lime n.w.u. . w ... . on General Sheridan and see what can be done to repair the levees. Ane convention , r ! nAnra via t FAUm B17 1 1 1 A- tXi t TIP jucAu:au uco, -.v... . . 18 tli instant, are received, but mostly anticipated.- Escobedo had bten placed tn rhi arm And Juarez was an nounced as a caudidate for re-election to the Presidency. . .. . Buffalo Items. BuFPALtS. July 24.-Hon. C.T A. charged with, complicity .in lwin(ning an A. atka AAA A. Linna-k Many farmers of Mayard county have . ' , ... it. T , M.;lln.t tOnn, oer wneat to uib j-hjc.juii. iuuici, rj"-' bushel, -i . . ,-' ' '"""" Weather fine. Bain is wanted lor grow log crops.- :;.; 'o-.e-.ii Attack on a German Pic-Nic. New York, July 24. A shameful attack . 1 eKiafAHrlaT Vkfrr Vltlmhpf Cif KIW waa UJJ.UT7 j ttvi uj " - - - Knn v;iiUvnQMirrr ah fa OrmAn niP.niC party, some 25 in uumtera. Three of U scounareis were arresseu. ovctm v Uermaus were much injured. Murder. Springfield, Mass., July 23. William wuwing, iormeny a residing at Ascuttney ville, Vermont, and his wife, were murder ed on Mondav nio-hr, hv a Frenchman, a lormer employe of William Gowing, who ucai. nieir. u rains out witn an axe. ine murder was committed for money, but how uiucn was ODtained is not known. New York Constitutional Convention. ALBANY. Julv 24. TIib rVmaiifiitiniml Convention proposition to give suffrage to all male eitizens of 18 years, wa3 rejected; ai me prupoiiiou to compel voters to oe able to read and write alter 18G9, and an other looking to female suffrage and re stricting negro suffrage. Ran Ashore. v tte State, from Hartford, ran ashore thii morning . on .. Blackwell's Island and knocked a hole in her bottom. The pas sengers were rescued by passing steamers Arrested. New York, July 24. Advices Irom Mex ico. 13r.ll.'viiA Havana. fitntA that. M avln.ll. ion's late Chamberlain was arrested ; also suar Aiiariade Arrieta. PROPOSED AMENDMENT -. -j .t ; TO THE .... .it; CONSTITUTION! THE STATE OF OHIO. OPPICS or TBI Secuktakt of Statu. V I. Willia-n Henry Smith, Secretary of State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that tbe following is a true copy of a joint resolution, passed by tbe General Assembly of the State of Ohio, on the 8th aay ot April. A. u. lS7, taken from the original rolls UU UIB IU VU1S U1UUO. In testimony whereof. T have hereunto snbscrlbed my name and affixed the Great Seal oi the - L.S.I State of Ohio, at Columbus, the 6th day . . VI ADUI, A. U. IOUI. , WILLUM. HENRY" SMITH. Secretary of State. A RESOLUTION Relative to an amendment of the Constitution pro - viding for the extension of the elective frant . cnise. . Jletolvtd by tkt General Attembly of tt Stats o Ohio (three-fifths of the members elected to each House agreeing thereto), That it be and is hereby proposed to tbe electors of this State to vote, at the next annual October eleotion, upon the approval or rejection of the following amendment as a substi tute for the first section of the fifth article of the Constitution of this State, to-wit : Every maleoiti sen of the United States- of the aue of twentv-on years, who shall have been a resident of the State one year next preceding the eleotion. and of the county, township, or ward in which he resides, sueh time as mi, be Drovided bv law. exoeDt snob Deraona a9 have borne arms in support of any insurrection or reoeuion against tne government ot tne united States, or have tied from their nlaoes of residence tn avoid being drafted into the military service thereof, or nave aesertea tne military ur navauerviceot said Government in time of war, and have not eubse auentlv been bonorablv discharged from the same. shall have the qualifications of an elector, and be en- duea to vote at an elections. - . . ED. A. rABKOTT, "" S. eakerof the Honse of Representatives. ' -ANDREW G. McBUKNEY. ' President of the Senate. Passed Ar ril 6, 18t7. . . apr8-dlai,6m-r &TT?JOL& GrOOdS . SWAYZE & PARSONS, ' MERCHANT TAILORS ' AND DEALERS IN Cents' Furnishing Goods, NO. 164 SOUTH HIGH STBKET " Opposite United States Hotel, COLUMBUS, OHIO. i j THEV ARE NOW KFCFIVINC A large and splendid stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting of ' CLOTHS. CASS1MERES. VESTINGS. FANCY COATINGS. ' Ete.. to which tbev invite the attention nf the (Mit tens of ColumbuB. ootlO-deodly-mohH LEA & PERRI&'S CEriEBHA.TE!D Worcestersliire Sauce ! PRONOUNCED BY EXTRACT of a Lbttbb from Medical Gentleman at J! .ADR A S to . his Brother at Wobcipter. Alar, CONNOISSEURS . .. TO BB TH "Only Good Sauce" isai. . "Tell Lia A Pbb bins that their Sauce is highly esteemed io India, and is. in mv ADD APPLICABLE TO " I Every Variety I is opinion.the mostpal- atableasweii as ins L . --t. lmnt. wholesome SIBEC. WbgbSauee that is made. The success oi this most delicious and unrivaled condiment having caused many unprincipled deal ers to apply the name to Bpvriout Compounds, the Public is respectfully and sarntstty requested to see that the rames of Lea & Pkrbiks are upon the WRAPPEfi. ISABEL, STOPFER and BOTTLE. Manufactured by LEA A; PERRIHit, Worcester. john nwiwcAN's sons, " ; ! Agents for tbe United States. . NEW YORK. . i- ootl7-is2tawwr-ly ., .. I tBi' tMMMt'al pi1" i. . Paving Notice. To all tchom it may cdncern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I -Columbus. O.. July 10, 18i7. ( Notice is hereby eiven. that nrooeedinra have been instituted in the Cit.r Council' of Columbus, for making tne loiiowing improvements, io wii : 1.W ravelin? the uneiaveled roacMav-of Wash ington avenue from Rica street to Walnut alley. The same to be. done in accordance with plats and estimates to he preoared bv the (Jitrtivil i.iri neer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.' -. Ali nenmna claimina damasea on acfioflnt of laid proposed improvements, are repaired -to file their eiaims in me omoe ui viera, in writing gu-r before tbe Twenty-thira day of ..August. A. V. i go. - - A.. JS. WILSUn, jyll-dltaw4w ' ,Ciiy Clerk. Paving Notice. CITY CLERKf OFFICE, " " Columbus , O., July 10, 1867.1 Notice is herebv a-iven thaVDroeeedines have been inct.tuted in the City Council of Columbus for making tne following improvements, to-wit l For fraveline the road wa von Last rt-eel from the east side of Water street to the west side of West street. . . - . . Also, for lading a crossine on llicn street cross Cherry street on tbe west side. The una to be done in accordance with slats and estimates to be prenared by the City Civil Engi neer, and tiled in tne r. mte or tne city uiem. Ail nerxons olaiminff damages on aooount oi saia oronosea iiunrovements. are rcauired to file their alsimf in tbermceef theClerk. in writinc. -on OT terore tne xwenty-eecona day oi August, a. ai. 1B67. - j . :. A.. E. W lLBOn, -dlUwtw r : : - City Clerk. Paving Notice. To alfwhom it may Concern: ----- , , .-. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, Columbus. O, July 16. 1867.1 Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making the followit g improvements, to-wit: Fm. srojlin .nil navinr the nnnaved sidewalks. gutters and orosina8 on the south side, of Mound street from Front street to the Canal bridge. Also, for graveling the roadway of Sixth street from Mound street to South Publio lane. Also, for grading and paving the unpayed. side walk. a-iittAr. and erossines on tbe north aide of Lonz street between High and Front streets. Alan, for radina- andnaving wi'h boulders Chase alley from State street to Oak street. Also, for grading and graveling the roadway or Park street from the- C. & 1. U. R. R. bridge to Bond street. Th .am tj, be done in accordance with Tilats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All r.rAmi claimine damaf ea on account of said proposed improvements, are required toa file their DI.I1H, 1U ll' Ulliu. Ul Hi. J i . i . mu " 1 , v t ' " w. before the Thirtieth day ot Angust, A. i. imi. L. E. WILSON, jj-19 dltaw4w City Clerk. NATIONAL HOTEL, . coi.tJMmJs, onio, OPPOSITE UNIOK DEPOT. J. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. TTATING THOROUGHLY KESO- t-l . . r . . J -1 V . 1 1 Ha,-1 1 -n. aa. vatea ana reniica m, nonu.... , . , " prepared to accommodate guests upon the European plao, iu the very best manner, ai.d at more reason--K1- , ihn an other first -class Hotel in the oity of Columbus. ' . . J. H. DAVIDSON. JUD1-UWU iiiA Columbns Building Association. NOTICE I HEKEBf GIVFifl THAT the book will be open tor subscription to the Capital Stock of the Columbus Building Associa tion, at o. 7 North High Street, in the city of Co lumbus. Ohio, on JULY 1. 187,at 10 o'clock A. M. " J THOMAS TUTH.hR, , .:: . HtiNKY O. BEAMER, " ., HENRY J. PRINGLE. i : - - . JOHN MORRISON, . jnnSS-dttas - WILLIAM BURDELL. Jr. NOTICE. nniLANDER C. RHITTON, WHO 18 L now a resident of the State of Missouri,!! borSDy nniiutxi ton nn- in. i aay oi .uiw. w. mm-v J. Britton filed her petition In the Xlosrt bf Common fleas nf Franklin county, Ohio, charging said Philander C. Britton with viilful absence for the last tbree years, and praving that she bs divorc ed from said Philander C Britton. Said petition will he for hearing at the next tens of said ourt, which eonunei.ces on the 2ln oi June, io.t SPARROW & WRIGHT. ' jun20-dlttv(6ir Att'ys for petitioner. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Stock Market—July 24. - Lower, opening 1SSX and oloslnrlSJU.' UO VERNMKT STOCKrjiirni2&i,5eV tions : Con pons of 81, 1 IX do of ', no of do -65, 108H: do January and July. 11 T 4,77 "108X ; l(MUa eonpons. tj( : 7-SOs. 108j Jua107. New York Stock Market—July 24. STOCKS Active and higher: elosine Urn, a 7s Canton KSA9y, : Cumberland S8KS3; Oaiek Jilver 34fiHH : Mariposa 10011; We tern Uniaai -Telegraph AS'StS , Pacific Mail 18!: Atlan tic Mail 11X; New York Central ll.vt Fl' M7!,X: An ison 1199119X; Beading 107jw. Michigan Central HlXoHlX; MiohiVaii Sou!hern 83WM: Illinois CentraT 118llflj?i Is- 1 KV1M: Rhode Island l01H-103Jf: Northwestern 7H'i47X: do preferred A-lams Express 73X: We s. Fargo A Co 4ie- IIO -. - - -v , , iiwj a ean New York Market—July 24. COTTON-Firm bnt quiet; sales at 7sr7ii hat . mirldltng uplands.- " i - FLOUR Market steady for highgradesud fresk ! ground. nd dull and heavy for old do: sales at . a 508 00 for superaae State and Western- SS 0 . tS9 96 for extra Western: $10 Ml for choice dot S 1 80310 75 for shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio; $10 8CS1J 75 for trade brands; 4U1 for ' spring St. L ms, aod tliaiiMfor winte-do: Case RYti FLOUK Steady at 73. i . WHISKY Quiet an7 steady. -,.-.-. ,-, . talilornia; S3 60 i s for new am bar Georgia: S tor new amner J.r.oy.nd 41 7T,i g!x VBito " t?!'.,r.,!n'I!.' eh'efiy -t inside pries. -y RYK Quiet. . - ' 1 -- BARLKV Uulf. . i MALT Nominal. . . . ... , . CORN Market lcb'tfw: sales at 99c a $1 01 fn 1 new mixed Western; til 02sVt ou for faney ots doi eoOSOc for nnsound; $1 01 of oommon whits Fnv , ern, and $1 13 for white western. - - OATS lo better; sales at 8o for Western; K ; Me forOhio snd-St to.- ' -it: -:! ., il -i : $ COFFEE Steady. ! SoLAI2?fi1Bb tu-:"i l-i i l-HOPS-Qnirt. -".- .".'. ! PK.TROLEU M Firm; lie for crude in balk aoi SllS32e for refined io bond. LEATHER Quiet and unchanged,. .., WOOL Dull and declining; sales of 160 000 lbs' at 4S67 for domestic fleece: AOs for trailed.' ' " POKK Opened steady and closed irregular at M 90 for regular; tt T5 for -old do; $20 T6au0 M i for prime and $31 60323 75 f.T prime.- - " MESH BKEF Kirmand unchanged. ' BEEF HAMt-Quiet snddnll at $30940. BACON Sosroe and quiet at ISo for old Cum berland out, 12Xe for ice oared king clear; Mo for smoked elear riobed middles. . CUT MEATS Firmer; sales at JLKaiSo ior shoulders; ISfsnKo for hams. jO h AKSx00' ,d fi"l- liX&Wio tor new. BUTTEh Uneaanged. : CHEESE rHeavy at 714o.- ! LATEST—5 P. M. PLOUR Dull and IOSIKc lower. WnEAT Ueavv and 3o lower. . . . RYE Dull at SI 4S1 45 for Western.: "' . ' -i. i -f : . - ' OATS Firm at SAaStXe for Western; 8a for)hio. . -COR A shade firmer at $lt OS for prime to, choice new mixed Wes'ern.and b7sHSc donnsomadi PORIvHeavy at S15 for megs, $23 75 cash- and 93 85 regular, closing with sellers at I2S SOraih.and $23 90 regular, buyers at $23 76 cab.aud $2S S6 reg ular. . ., .. BKEF Quiet and steady. ,",-."" - - - i "J CUT MEATS -Firm, with aa upward -tsndsaer : BACON Quiet and teadv. T"" LARD Firm at 13S13jo for fair to prims steiasar and kettle-rendered. : - .. ., j " - Cincinnati Market—July 24. FLOUR-Drooping; famny"9-7510-BO, -witll more sellers than buyers. , WHEAT Firmer, with more shipping demand! No. 4 red $2; white Kentuekv, $1 15 25. , X)R.N Dull and nuchanged. ' - v ni OATS Firmer: No. 1 83o j receipts light and ; firm, with loss on the market, consequent on the light supply. , . , 1 RYE Scarce and firmer at $1 35r : ' . ' , COTTON Dull ; nothing doing ; middling. 26. ! WHISKY-30oinbond. PORK There is a demand for next month at $15, bnt no sellers: on the spot it sold at $24 5024 75. . BULK MEATS Firm but quiet at lstaiM lot shoulders and sides. BACON Active: all out of smoke taken at 13, 15 a 16c for shouiders. sides, and clear sides, and" trier is a Inrge deuiandfor futuie deliverr at &(316ao. and 15V18Kc forshnnlder. sides'; elear rib -and clear sides; 40 hbds clear rib sold at 15Xo on spot. Large orders .rem the South and East - - - HAMS Firmer; common 19c; susar.curedS03S2o. LARI Unchaojed: small lots sold at iSMo. BU ITER Firm:- choioe fresh is light and brings 1925o: other kinds dull. . . - - - CHEESE Dull at 12312Kc for Western Reserve. HALT Is lower; sales of Tuik's Island at 7075 per bushel. DomeHie urohanged. -..;,:-.- CANDLES Are higher: StarS0X21.. , . , : LINSEED OIL-DaU at 1.40. . i LARD OIL-aesioo. .- " FLAX SEED. Mo demand for grass of any kiad CARPETINGS. :. l-i"'.' :. i J.I j Hi .. ! -S...4 ! i: i " I::- j J. J. BI0KLT, B. r. HOWIIX, J.' A. jtTFXIX RICKLY, IIOWEIL & CO, vholbsala- axd bit AIL OSALEB8 HI ',' r :.ti..t ' OAR FETING S ... Ai OIL CLOTHS. - ; ii. j ... ' . .. . - - . ' . . V ill i -. ' t:: -i- r- ; MATTINGS, HUGS, WINDOW SHADES, i : - '.; . ij . ,.:;fir--. n;.....- u 5 ; - . ' .1-1 - ; - t.ia ! ;t ...::., 1 t!oi '-.'A-w.t " '-.! c:: . z ; . .'.jr. ...1. .- I; J ., JJ i illUI !4I . ' vii.'.-m.i.'ii;:; s-.r. ;..i-i-r -::ioj -,f;'r AND LACE CURTAIITS, ft v: i -I ,S-X CURTAIN VMTEKiALS, ETC, i ' . V:,I :.: AT ! 7 -,-t ,fr ! r:7 o.i 1 --f I LOW : I'EIOES ! ! . NO. 14 BIAIK STREET,- j iv.'. dil-tr' i'.-.u". :'i'-m ft.-.y ItBABOtmTK. .'i :T-,-!,iU !-". i CniClKNATl O HI. an326mins d ii c :.- ui - . i. .-: . . 14 . I..-: -..r-Ki ; -i-- SEALED PROPOSALS; WILL. BE RECEIVED AT ' THE Of. See of the City Civil Engineer, in Columbns. Ohio, until ,--. j "" Monday, Angwat Sth, tSUT, at 5 o'clook P. M.,for furnishing materials and do ling the -ollowing work, vis: For grading and paving the nnpaved gutters oa the west side of Fair alley from Fourth alley to For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalk on south side of Mound street from Front street to Canal bridge. - ' ' , ' . 1 For grading and paving the nnpaved gutters and ' crossings and grading and. graveling the nnnavod sidewalks and tue roadway or East Publio lane from Friend street to Brosd street. "--- - ' 1 For gra ing and paving the nnpaved sidewalks, gutters and crossings on the west eide of Seventh strett from Rioh street to Friend 'street, i For grading and paving the nnpaved gutters and grading and graveling the roadway of South street ' and South Publio lane from Front street to Canal street. . For grading and raving the nnpaved gutters and orossings and grading the nnpaved sidewalks on east side of Soioto street from Mound street to South street. . For laying a flag crossing on east side of Front s reet across Friend street. " ' " v: For laying a flag crossing on west aids of High ' street across Cherry s reet. For building a thirtyinoh brick sewer- from the end of old sewer in Fourth alley weet of High street to the new Peters' run sewer in Fair alley, ' For building an eighteen-iaoh brick sewer from its present terminus in South street e tward to a point about thirty feet east of Paulas DotWa'lot. The bids will be opened by the committees on Bighwaysand Sewers and tbe Ward committees of the several Wards in wbich the above improve ments are located, and the right to -reject any or all of the bids is reserved by the eommittees. . ,u .,..-, r H. WM. JAEGER. Citj Civil Engineer: City Civil Engineer's ofSce. No. 98 South High street. upstairs. - jj4-a5t - . ; 1 iWsrtbotssopyJ , ; ; , , , . . ' , . 1 i . .' five lots iroit s ajle. . F 1VE LOTS, 8ITi;TE IS A 6000' - locality, in he vicinity of the city of C"inm- . . 1 1 j . 1 n . . .. . - bus, aro lor ( le. a gooa buuf, -inss are upon the lots. The lots will bs sold in parts it desired. . --. - , .- u-! ' ;. -n jy22-d3w Cor. Fourth and Mouoi. ;J - ; FOTtTtmNrTi'y . r- ALAROE THKEE TBI BRICK, HOU8E on, North Public lane, facing tbe , Union Depot. Tbe house eon sins 18 large rooms, and is well calculated for a Hotel or Boarding ' : .avpIerI;: u ! Jy33-d4t Freight Office CTC. A 0. RJg.- i ' ' Cif T CLERE OF'fICB.''" ( ; Col-mscs, Ohio. July SO.1887.1 1 rfBG 'IltTEKEtiT: OYIHrViCIrY J. ' Bounty Bonds due Anrnst let; 187 will ts baid en presentation at the City Clerk's Office. SB j Mdafter A..tl.t.ie67.-, -1 jy20-d2w City Clerk.