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Local News. THE OHIO STATESMAN Daily, Tri-Weekly, and Weekly, HAS AT THIS TIME HAS AT THIS TIME THE LARGEST Aggregate Circulation OF ANY PAPER IN Columbus or in Central Ohio. KTkil lkt It AelwertlslU "Jedtuna of amy w" T' FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET tfewster-ROBERT HUTCHESON.-.- ., - JaViw--Jr,.--WILLIA.M L. RD33. .--:",V-' ,V.'...:Mi'VCAl T. MANN. ,;'.;:," ArPOKORni H. KARHART. . -.tMwr--SAMUKT K. KtlJ?."' ' .; - Trnnnr-1. C HEADLKT. i: "" ' ; " jereorr-NJiTHAW CO I.E. 1 CbmMiniofMr-WILLIAM GUMCK. Wr-EMi8 GAYER. ' ' u ' irmriMrer-4AWB GRA.H. : ,-r JuHo4 tftU fMrIAGOB LOHRER. Jr. MF.oRoueict. Table, prepared nd mnwrHi ho ; w.' JT. Savaee. Jeweler, 83 South Hlirb street:' ' '' ' FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET FRIDAY, Aug. 9, 1867. O'elook. - Kwiter.-ThBrmomter r.'rT n so - w --..27 85 H M Ran RiMi. .r...'r..' os ISuuPsW.. .7 OS c CouTBrma ABODT.Look ' ont 1 for counterfeit ten-dollar bills on various Na tional banks. They are being eltenaiyely circulated. -' Agricultaral Metiik. The Board of Uanazers of the Franklin County -Ajrrl- cultural Society wlU meet at the Probate Court room this afternoon at 3 o'clocfc. -.i i ii In Town Ybstbrdat Hon. George D, Bureess, of Troy, Miami county, was In th tity.' yesterday. lHa looks as If the Trojan Mayoralty had agreed wlta nlm. To Mariktmin Call in, this mornlnj-, btefore you start for home, at No. 13 West State street, ind get a' bowl of George Finney's splendid soup. Ui iii t .1 t gociAb Q ami .The Star and Olentaogy Base Ball Clubs' played a social game on th-groundf of the Olentaogy Club yes terday aiteraoon. The score stood 73 to 18 In favor of the Sura, at the end of five inntnKS. Tbe Stars will play, a practice game tftls afte.'noon at 3 o'clock. 'Abrmted AGiiN'.--The Hollngsheads, mother and daughter, nothavlng kept their promise to move given at the time of tbeir previous arrest, were arrested again yester day under the city ordinance for keeping a house of ill fame. They were held to bail In the sum of 9500 each to answer, which they gave.1 . ' .. ' " '" ''. - , '.Boy . Killkd. A boy named Sullivan, - about six years old, the son of a railroad employe, was killed last evening at the Stock' Tard,; corner of Fourth street and North Public lane. It is thought he had been playing' around the wheels of a stock trait which. started up and ran over him, killing him Instantly. He was dead when found. ' ' . : EdWards Pikrkkpost, put forth as the leading- counsel-for the,, prosecution of Surra tt. at Washington, ytars ago hung ouf nis shingle In tbe Exchange building In this city; as "Attorney and Counsellor atlaw." Failing tq hold his own with the Columbus lawyers, he retired In disgust and, removed himself and. bis shingle to ICew'Tork cityv -where he Inherited for tune ndsoe a thereafter got fame., s r(A.CnEBR Cass. Yesterday complaint was. entered at the Mayor's office against a man living in Middletown, who refused to have the body of his dead child buried. The child was born on Thursday afternoon, and.llved, fept a few, hours; Despite the neighbor's entreaties add the wife's pray ers, be refused to pay the expenses of tbe Interment, saying that the child was' not his and he wouldn't pay for burying It. The 'Mayor referred the complainant to Coroner Gaver. - , i .. .. - . . AcctDKSX- Yesterday afternoon, a span of horses attached to a street sprinkling wagon; .took fright on Third street.,, tt toute they reached, the alley between Gay and Long, where they made for a huge pile of boxes to front of the Yeast Factory of Farnsworth A Co., breaking and scattering them in every direction, and spilling out the driver dwarfish' indlvi dual, name un known cutting' hi nose severely.; No other damage done. , Match, fob, thbs . Championship. The Capital and Excelsior Base Ball Clubs will play three match games for. the champion hip of Columbus, the Capitals having ac cepted the challenge sent by the Excel alors., Theflrst of these games will be played this afternoon at 3 o'clock, on the Capital's v grounds south' of !' Stewart's Grove.' These games will excite consider able Interest In base ball circles, and we ahall look for a large crowd and fine play at each game. ' . . ; iy.RO Yb8TBBPat The Cleveland Iron Moulder's' Cooperative' Foundry filed Its certificate pTlncorporatlon with the Secre tary, of jitate. yesterdayt Is" organized torjthe purpose of carry ing on the Fou ndry business in all its branches in. the city of Cleveland. . The capital stock is $250,000 in shares of $100 each. Charles Streyer, John Miller, Alexander Faulkner, Richard Cross and Charles Lawrence are the corpor ratore. -:i '-' - r -' . -' ; I.VTransfrbrkd YxsTBRBAT-The follow trinsfers of real estate were left at the Re corder's office yesterday : . -. ..' v ; ;''. -: --.William Domlgah,' sheriff, to Wm. Ed wards,' Aug. 9tlv 63K -' acres of land In Brown township, for $2 909.50. ; - '. ' . ''; '' ; -C. F, Jaeger and wife to Edward C.Bach, AKf 8th. ia-lot No. 81 In C F. . Jaeger's addition, to ' the city of Columbus,' for $1,000. .i..:.'.Y !'4irou GMns foAiam Whltmore, June 11th, 1865, 12 aores of land in Truro town ship, for $100,;:: ' 1 '; ' V -v V Charles Schwenker to Lewis Mills, Aug. Qth, lot No- SI la Lazelle's addition to the city of Columbus, for $oC0. ' "... Chas.: W.. BJce jto Mtcbael B. Gilbert, Aug. 9th,: lot No. 24 of D. R Rices' sub- divlision of out-lots No. 41 and iX north jest addition, to the city of Columbus, for $125; 1 Splendid' Cigars Our friends, Huston 'A Oairdnef, have our thanks for samples of the best Havana cigars -we have smoked for .many a day. They are called the Parta- gas, Santiago, L. F. Fn 8ancho " paoea. Puff, and Robert Burns. . That Puff cigar la nice one., As Charlrey si(s bpposites, smoking one of them, his Websterlan brow tiiis. , throne; where- goodnes.and all the kindred virtues sit, the evening breeze, as Itf comes through the open window, kissing lovingly his thin locks, ne iooks ine very picture of virtuous contentment. ' All the whlle the smoke bf the burning cigar fills the room with delicious perfume. . If It Is jfc: good Cigar yon are after, the Original Jacobs," and no Imitation, call at Huston & Gardner's1 drug store, hext door to the postofflce, andtrv one of the blinds men tioned above. ' " I. THE PUZZLER'S COLUMN. W tcaia oget a o onotlon of article, ana problems.- Warns intiat ttt our frionda writ only)ao aidef tho paper, or we fhall be com pelle4 to rejeot their artioles. . , . . Oar pasalera will reoocniae one or two new tribatora this week.aad extend the right hand friaaasbip,' ' t..:t Whero are Limestone,' Innia and Sammy and nooia i vome, eome. let the hoeinf to for one daj, oeroie nat day to extrotinj roota . WASHINGTON, O., Aug. 6th. 1867. : week hu been buried with aVi.iPat' 1B ltJ Plaee oootea eaolher moment u-i mnuixn oooopied o tbe one inn Bone. As it nere ponderinc w the pest. I em made to ex niaiin. Where has tbe pretty "Robin" red breast nown 1 Alas, has he too (one to erect a st&tna to imiumiiea remains or the tll-tated L,meatone a they hare both diaaDMareW fro n thi, list, and an other member has fallen, and p-rhaps he may be nadir wounded, or has begone after the StrawmanT 1 refer to our f tend" Hilly Tloot." I think it would not b a bad plan for the fain ful to place upon tneir tDu'irni auuie emDiem 01 mourning tor these fallen braves, which- would show - to the world that we loved the departed. And. whereas. I one jotiij iaay in oe ranks I am sure that many i"r wiuwgg ioiiow aer. i onng laaies, eome lor- Ward and sunnlr the nlne nf n,hr. whu haw. itt ns. I see that Sammv thinks I have not liven the run. answer to No. 11. 1 agtee with bimtbatl have Hut. hot f Mn ,unM Vttm that hta nrrwf a. ha ells it, does not destroy my reasoniuc. 3eh. KlVen a Proof, also, of No. 113 and hi. anaw-r waa i. n,u, Sammy, tot joor benefit, a well as for the benefit of the c'ass, I will ubioin the whole work, in fall, or a mw. as ii necessary to any one w th the capacity of oatnmr. tounaersia-ia tne enoie examn a. first, we will, with tne three given lines, eoonruoi the trian- A U ' AD EA A I ' In Ui .n mi u u . a u ww, tl. v WW, II J w. I QSa upon A a. the bypotbenaseof this triangle, con struct an equilateral triangle; each ride will be AO feet. Call tbe other anttle K. from K Hraw a tin cAnneoting c u; tnis will neone side of required eaaiv triangle: noon this line. F. IV- Ann,trn,.t tK. quilateral triangle, and call the other anile D: from u.armvr a unn point a. tnis will be40ieet. in the tnangie a s j we nave three sides given, to Bod thi aoc.es. and the ancle A C K en Heir-. . ,iv,i angle. 1 will give yon the proportion for finding tbe tnl'1".-..Fr"n 3 lt fall the perpendicular U S on A b. dividing the triangle into two right ended iri angUs. There will then, in the triangle A O N. be given tbe hypothenuse A C SO, nn1, bv theorem. wejiave ad:dU plus A I! : : B J pins AV : a H A N. tace the numbers which these represent an l we bare SO : TO : : 10 ; U- fmm Ihis we find A Nl and B N 38. Then, in triangle A C N, we hare this proportion, as A C : R : : A N : cos A and in tri angle BUNBO:K::BN: Cos B. But we do not need these angles for in right an.led triangle AON we haTO(30)S t8 f(; N) 2 or the aonara ni m nn mkiim square roosoi noat,c j n Then in thaeaailaAeral trianvla A E Hlet fall nen-n,. dieeJ. 14 M oalice A B, and since K ABisaneqi- dle point of A B. which makes B M 25 feet, then inwjTBi li i a 1 1 n. uuia unrnnu on sr n a nn in. mid in tbe triangle U b M we have base and hypoth- ennse given o ana perpenaicuiar t, M. Tne square ot a a the square M B tbe square of K M, whloh is as follows ; (50) i 3500 and (25) 1 625 SOO 2S 187S E M squared. Rxtract the square root or 187. ana we have 43 5012701 pins K H ' filnaa Tl LI OA aJ QN 94 UN - V - a.'.ww J iu aw . Ii I. A ' Al U W trom or tnrougn trie point V draw U f parallel with A B: then from the noint R draw line K P. nitriun. dicniar to the line P8, also it will be perpendicular toine line i a. since a d and u r are paralet. the line HP will he eonal to R M nlna it N 5A plus 43 S018 X 67.S 1. X E P. CPMN. be cause E M V was drawn perpendicnla- to tne same lines, ana are also paranet. Hence in tne rigbt an gled triangle E P C, we bare E P and C P given to find E C. one sHe of Tea aired eanil&teral trianvle (B P)Splus(C P)8 (E 0)1(67 3012 X) plus OS 4578 4515.144 X, and extract the square root of this we have the line E 1! 67.66425 X one side of the required triangle. Mr. iamniy, you may tell me in vour next wnetner rou will now give no tbisorob- 'ein, as yoa see my wrk is correct 1 wenld like for yon to show me where I made anr mistake in this work. As for mv Dart I can see none, vet I desire all who diffet from ma. in this or any other problem. to gnn- miTane-. i xorgor. to say,- in speagingot No. IIS-, tbat what eonrinced me that I was wrona. was my drawing an outline of the en p. As there has no full or correct answer been given to this, i think some one should work it. Mr. lUtiose. bow noes it come that yoa have so manv qaintihuns more Braves left than anv other one? The others are about right, or as near as is necessary. Also, y iu litter very moon on l&u Iran an otners who have answered that problem. Sammy, rub your hair np a little and do not let it tarn from red to white b.. being foiled in the delay of your paper, (jive tbe leetnre to the ladies, as well as to the ffentleinen. a-t well as yea did in the county of Guernsey. I wi 1 now ass on and send a lew oi mv answers. Problem no. 156-6 boxe and 40 -oins secreted. 158 (rurnseir reoeives2 505 aDDles at .998x cents apiece: Delta2.003 at 1.248x per aDDle. utiose, yoa were very geoerous to giro as tbe rnle for piling cannon balls, fori bare seen tbem piled Terr irresrularlv. Please sten down and innw ma the rale by which rou pile them. Gaernsev. cive Delta some cheese for hia beinir mt : l i : . l. 1 1 a uunr.i wit juu, will jvu i l-is tnd loo are my own. " 161 Gained SIO. 162 36nd 39. 1-3 18.76191 and 81 1381 minus. This wax anile hard. . ; . . : . 1666 by S rods. Quite a changable garden, this one nf Delta's. 167 Willie akes 4. 62937 x inches efT rnnr rlnhe and this will leave yon one with a radios of 4 37013x. This will press it very close, if you have the egg op from the floor a few inches, but if you have the egg on tie floor you must reduce it to a globe of 3 .87013x of radios. I do not feel entirely certain on S. X. WASHINGTON, GUERNSEY Co., Aug. 5. Column as line as tbe weather. Yet, in my case an exoeediralv inflamed eve. has rendered rather nain. ful anv solutions herewith sent. But the intense mental exercise necessary to obtain these answers, did. in some detrree. mi titrate the nain an thAt. 1 in cline to tbe belief that the pain the afflicted feel. nsoa 1 1 "in mmHM,rymjjw.ny wi tu loepart anected: and could the fairtd be totally withdrawn therefrom we would then have no more sense of suffering than when dead or sound asleeD. - The dimcnltv. hnam. er, i; how to effect this entire, orpartial abstraction of the mind from the part affected. Certain am I. ootning can ao it sooner than close mathematical thoueht: and. hence. I wonld recommend all nh.; ciaas to preeoriwe doses of Fluxions, or pare inde terminate analysis to an patienu, in caas of acute pain, as an anodyne preferable to morphia, if it on ly be correctly tat. And I can also assure suffer era. that ite immediate effect upon both tbe mental : and Dhrsical constitution will be far leRsdaleterinne than tliatot this notorious opiate from the juice of buw fawLipj. a am iow; iu caiuos, m saying, ina. inis is a subject well worthy the profonndest patholoeio examination. Psyoological sympathy is tbe source of balf onrpain. Draw off the mind from the part affeoted. leave tbe eis mtdteatrix nttwrs to operate unobstructed, and the sufferer will reeoverin half tbe time with half the suffering. This is the reason why, as a general thing, the sick 'do well" if the sleen ana are better in the morninr after a ennd night's rest.than daring the day .and just as tbe mind begins to tbink, tbe pain begins to sink, until tbe deep abstraction of tbe one produces the annihila tion of the other. 1 doubt if brutes suSo- as men do. from tbe fact of not being capable of mental sympathy.- At any rate it will do no hurt to trv mv dose of Fluxions. , Doctors attend to this, and I will give the follow ing answers to problems : No. 150 6 boxes and 4 coins were hidden. (A beautiful problem in algebraic proportion. What Wm become of Ko'iinT W Anted him so badly to help me . dig oat these boxes ' lroin those ruins.' No. 156 o... No. 168 Delta and I got 4.304 aooles in thatmle. of which Delta took for his share 3,011 (all but a little bit ), at a cent and .8433 of a cent per ap ple, and l the remainder at 9 mills and .932 of a mill per apple. But "Mike ' oonld not make "the change'' exactly. la tais Tight, Mr. Otiose T By, the by, there is some anxiety in tbistowoas to hom yoa. Otiose, ate. Home say voa are Gaern sev. Bat I aou yoa are not. The question is. who is Otiose, of Natobes, Guernsey oounty, Obio? No. 159 ' 8. X.. roar data here are absurd. The orodnot of two numbers is never equal, muoh less, los than the square of the less. ' no. iso Owl. No. 161 Gained 10. No. 161 S6 and 38 feet. ' No. 163 18 7581 and 81.1419. No. 164-Aa. No. 185 1 inches. Bx much like some modIo. more turfae than tolidMy. o. ie -Delta s garden a By B rods. Thus endeth the chapter so far as it concerns GUERNSEY. NATCHEZ, Ohio, August 5th, 1867. in lore with this column, every week. 1 believe that every teacher m tne Biate sboald take the Statesman, and teach his scholars more by practioe, such as tbev wonld bave in solving the problems contained in the "Passlers eolamn." jt'on nUrabiU dicta, t made a very bad mistake in my answer to tbe 149th problem. 1 he way it came was in multi- f lying by the decimal.- 1 was in such a harry, that did not nointoff the decimals. 1 think that Innia is wrong in bis answer to the 146th. 1 don't want aim to say that 1 pionounoed it wrong and gave no r oof, bat S. X. proved it conclusive y to my mind, have always, noticed that when Guernsey and Delta eome across a problem to which they cannot bring an answer to suit them, they get rid of it with this olea "Hoo data saat obsoura." Now. gentle men, I believe tbat yoa can understand tbe data of a problem as quick as any one else, so pray get rid of this childish propensity. Yoa can work problem No. 144, by tbe "government" rule (as did 8. X') or by any other rule for finding tannage, with the data giren. Farmer's Boy and lnnis, what do yon say to problem No. 136? Do you not tbink that 120 rows is tbe correct answer, considering all the data that is giveni -. - , ANSWERS. Problem' No.'lei The man gained $18. , -- Problem No. 161 The stamp 36 feet lonfv The part broken off 39 feet long. Problem No. 13 18.8 and 81. IX. . . Problem No. 168 About I inches. OTIOSE. GREENVILLE, O., Aug. 7, 1867. tbe last few weeks I bave ex- ami uuu ivu uiwu auwa-MWa iuv iuuti-iuiB UI UlC Pussier s Column, and bave determined to become a oorrespvnaeuv ui ia,pruviueiA rou win aocepb my WluIIlUlllii.aivua . Most of the problems, though difficult, are ex-el lent. Here is my solution for No 139: Let X-.' radius cr the circle touoning the base and perpen dicular, Y2 radius of the circle touching the per pendicular a-d hypothenuse, and Z2 radius of the circle touching toe baseand hypothenuse Let radii of the oircles be drawn to tbe points, at which the circles touch the sides of the triangle; then the dis tance between the raiii represented X- and YS is ixy; tne distance irons tne point at which tbe cir cle whose radios is XI. touches the oeroeniliRiilAr to the vertex of tbe rigbt angle is XI; and tbe dis tance from tbe point at which the circle whose radi us in 13, touooes toe pcrpeoaiouiar, to tne vertex o the anale onnosite tbe base, is 2 Y 2 h-nce we s,n form the equation X2 pins S X Y plus 1Y 260 (1); in tbe same manner we can form the equations X 1 plus 1 X Z plus 3 Z 1 80(2), and 2 i'S plus 3 Y Zplos3Z. 100 (3.) From these equations we find XI 10.1589; Yl 13 2949, and Z2 15.0401. The sums of these values, taken two and two, are the sides of the required triangle:, hence the sides are 83.4538. 95.1991, and 28.3351 feet. No. 61. There may be twoeircles foimed that will satisfy tbe conditions of tbe problem; the radius of one will be 6.964 feet, and that of the other 1.251 feet.- 8. X. Are yoa not mistaken when yoa say tbat the radios of tbe third oircle will be a litUa over 13 feet in diameter T Tbat is impossible. No, 156. boxes and 40 coins. Robin and Gaent sexisthato Treat? No. 157 Can't. - No. 158. Delta reeeiredOOflt X at l'io per ap ple, nearly, and Guernsey2o4 at lo per apple, nearly.. , So. 159-38 by 20 rd. ', gubstracted thi square of ,dw iwae uiiueoaion irom we product 01 too two di mensions. - No 160. 1.405. h No. 161. Gained ' N o. 162. 36 and 39 feet No. la. 14.758 and 81.M1. . , - . No. 164 A "whopper." No.1S.-ra.r. j ..usj. . No. ie.-6bv8rd.' Nel7. iaA side must be "brought in" 8.133 B. WASHINGTON, GUERNSEY Co., Aug. 5. of to I Me. Editor: Why rarryeth 8a-iivel so long? I want him to fall in and answer some problems. The other boys hare not done it, and I don t blame them. Some of these were pioposed by Bro. Innis, and he may bap solve them. They are 133. 139, 153 154 and 157. I can not understand tbe explanation nor agree with the answer to "rroo.-io. iia. sir own published anawer to it was incorrect. 1 no1 hare for it 67.6603 X feet. Suppose we renew soon and hare the problems named above; solved in full. I'll try mv very best ti comprehend tbem. when thns handled by my good brethren. To learn is my earnest desire. In veariard tn mv old ' Cue" ouea- tion No. 119 I may say that my discussion thereof is upset. Alas. Um. Mammy ouitoa meaiameter with tbe blunt end nf hia mathematical probe, and its liquid treasures have sunk into the arid sands of anem l - When wrong, t desire. 10 o- reiuted: quid mim Jaboro. slii ui Veritas in omni qimtt on eaeptteetnrr ANSWERS. P-nhlem Nn. 1."g a hnvea. atOflmna. ' Problrm No 158 Whole Mo. 4508. O pays per ap ple 9 D32X mills, D pays p-r apple 1.2433 sen s. G getsxou I ancles, II g-ts .uio.e sppie'. i nisques tinncnnotbe answered exactly, as the price per apo e is an everiftgtinff decimal. ' Problem No. 153 An imivMaihilrTT. Problem No 10 If the ffivnn nnmberle nnw In the senary scale, the square root of its decimal value IS aoi. .... i Problem No. 161 39 a-d 30. " ' ' ' Problem Nn. 16.1 18 7581 and 81.S41S. ThaSratn1 these number being substituted for x in the cubic equation x3 xl ploa SOO x 10000, gives only ,uo too mnch. : Nos. 164 and 167 1 have notfairly tried. ! Hou 161 8 97X inches - ' I see we don't all in our answer! to that DELTA. i RuaHCREiK. Union Co.. O-, Ja'y 30th, 1867. : Mr. Editor : t am well pleased with' the "Pux- aler's Column" in your paoer, ard I hope it will be continued, it being true that I lave not been a con tributor. . ' now send answers to tha following problems: ; No, 13-He plows 120 rows in 1 davs. No. 137 He will have aosamalated SIS at the end of the week. - James Bowkn. . Tipfecanoe, Harrison Co., 0., Aug. 1, 1867. ' ; Ma. EniTOR I hav been perusing your Puttier's Column for a few weeks hack, and I find tbem pre - tv Interesting. 1 s nd -on the answers to some that 1 naves Jvad, hoping tbat they mxy nod a place in rour eotumns. Problem 135 One of the ladies is 14 and the other 16 rearanld. Pi blem 136 That farmer's boy can plow ISO rows wtirodiiong m-nays. ... Problem 137 That man can sare $16 at the end of the week. Yours. - ' J. M. STEWART. WEST MANCHESTER. OHIO. Aug. 3, 1867. Mr. Ebitor; Sorry tbat 1 have neither time nor abilitv to take Dirt in the "Puzzler's Column." One cannot farm and study th higher order of aiatnematics very conrententt7. In scanning tbe problems, mv ere csnrght sight of one. by Delta, whioh, up in examination, I found a littlepsculiar, but susceptible nf a very nioe eola tion, I analyse it thns (prob. 147): . ' Solution If on the cost of one horse he gained 35 per ceet. he sold him for 5-4 of tbe coet price;;hence, J of the cos equal d 1-5 of the telling price ; and the cost eq dated 4-5 the telling price. If on the other horse he lost 35 pe- cent, he sold him for V tbe cost price: therefore, Jf tbe equaled H the telling price, and oos equaled 4-3 the telling price.' But 4-5 plus 4-3 equals 32-15; hence, be lost 3-15, equals $30. Then 1-15 equals 15. and 15-15 equa's $J25. Whioh was the cost of each horse. Ans. 'W5 each. A. K. M. - PROBLEM NO. 169. In certain family the and daughters a sons f llows: The cube of the number of sons exoeeds the enbe of the number of daughters 613, end the eube riot of half the product of both is 3. Kequired GUERNSEY. V'"- problem no. 170. A Radical being askeiftis age rep'icd ; Half the square nf the cube root of my age is equsl tT the GUERNSEY. PROBLEM NO. 171., Robin bought potatoes of Innis for t!5, which he sold again at S3 75 per bushe', and gained by the bargain as mnch as one bushel cost him. Required, natubet' of bushels, -.- - PROBLEM NO" 172. S. X. sold spirits for Guernsey on commission, at 6 per cent.: be invested the net proceeds in oheese, com mis ion, 3 per cent.: his whole romtuission was 50: What was the value of the spirits and oheese? -Amanda PROBLEM NO. 173. ' . A man in England orders a Boston Commission Merchant to buy wheat for him. How much per bushel (of 60 lbs) can the merchant afford to pay if he is limited to4s. oer i nnerial aaart-r: the freivbt being lud. pcrq U.TS. bushel. Commibsion 6 per cent., and exchange 37 ner cent, nremium. OTIOSE. problem no. 174. My garden is in shspe, an equilateral triang'e. From my present position in ir, the distance to tbe three corners are respeuively 4. 8, and 10 yards. Small garden yoa see, bat what is its area? DELTA. - problem no. 175. Otiose Two such numbers that the square of their product plus their Bum plus?) heir product into their sum shall equal 85, and their product pins their S'i in squared plus their product into their sum S. X. PROBLEM NO. 176. Sammy There is a conk-al cup 6 inches high and 6 inches wide at tbe top, and which is one-fiflh part filled with water; wbat must be the diameter of a ball let fall into tbe wattr tbat shall be immersed by S. X. " 1 PROBLEM NO. 177. ' Three eaual circles tonoh each other externally. and eaoh touches a fourth oircle internally. Tbe diameter of the fourth circle is 18 feet Required E. B. PROBLEM NO. 178, Will Friend Delta nr some other frlendanlra the following, without applying algebra to it ? A and is trare ed on the same road from Whnelinff to Zanesrille. At tee 50th milestone from Zauee Tille, A overtook a drove of geese which were pro ceeding at the rate of three miles in two hours, and two Boars afterward he met a stage ooaoh which was moving at the rate of nine miles in four hoars. - ; a overtook the same ceese at the eottiimila stone from Z. and met the same stage just40 minutes be fore heeame to the 31st mile stone. Where was B when A reached Zanesrille? iv My 87th Problem has not vet heen correctly an A. K. M. ; PROBLEM NO. 179. I send the following to be sol Ted by some one : A. B and C commence trade with S3 053 25. and gain t610 65. A's stock pins B's is to B's pins C's as 6 to 7; and C's stock B's is to C's plus B's as 1 to JAMES BOWEN. An Amusing Incident. A rather amus ing incident occurred one day last week at one of the first class boarding houses in this city. The following are the circumstances : A large, red-faced -Irish woman stopped on the steps of one of our well-kept boarding houses, and rang the bell. Upon the ser vant answering the summons, Biddy in quired for the -lady of the house." When tbe landlady came to the door, Biddy broke forth as follows: "Sure, ma'am, an' ain't you lnnadeof a good servant girl, one who can make herself generally useful?" The lady told her that she had been In need of just such a girl for some time, but did not know whether she would suit her. Biddy then replied that '-her and theould man had dissolved partnership, tbat he had been in tbe habit lately of getting drunk aud spending all his money tor whiskey, and leaving her aUfcost without anything to eat, and furthermore, that when in a state of Intoxication he would assail her in his drunken fury and beat her all around tbe house, and that she had made up her mind to hire out and make her own living, and he might do tbe same." The landlady be ing a woman of tender heart, and thinking that the pitiful story she bad just heard was a reality, she deeply sympathized with her, and told her that such being the case she would take ber. This evidently pleased Biddy, but tbere was still something which prevented her from Justly appreciating the favor which the lady In her . kindness had bestowed upon her, as she stood with her head hanging down on her breast and her foot impatiently patting the' step on , which she stood, seeming to -be in a deep study. Suddenly she raised her head, a bright smile lighting up her countenance, and said, "Sure, and could I bring theould man along?" The land lady, not a little surprised, as she hud just heard her say that " ber and the ould man had dissolved partnership," replied that she could not. "And could he not board wid ye ?" she asked again. Th landlady replied that he could not even board witli her, as every bed was occupied Biddy studied for a moment or so, and then exclaimed, "Och, Ma'am, and can't he slape wid me ?" It is needless to say . tbat the services of Biddy and her "ould man" were not required. . . . ' Special Election. A special election for Justice ol the Peace will take place In Montgomery township and tbe city of Co- 'lumbus, on Monday. Jacob Lohrer, ir., is 'the Democratic nominee . for that office. i Wm. L. Heyl is an independent candidate for the same office ; but will be supported ! by the Bcpublicans and all Demoerats who I want the impression to. go out over the State that Negro Suffrage is growing in popu larity in this city. Mr. Lohrer Is every way qualified for the office; Is a hard-working Democrat, , and ; should receive the support of every ( voter who is disposed to visit: a rebuke upon such Republicans as Mr. Lee, the Ite- publieaa candidate for Lieutenant Gov ernor, who had the unblushing audacity to ' stand up at the west-Front of the CaDitol and declare that the Negro-ls better than a I Democrat, . Is there a Democrat, who has a . particle ot manhood, who will not resent i such an outrageous Insult by voting for Mr. Lohrer,,. the' Democratic nominee? We have no argument to make on this subject. j we simpiy . me question. Let it be answered at tne poua on Monday. Police Court. The Mayor's office yes terday presented an array of loveliness and beauty such as eye of man rarely is per mitted to gaze upon." Talk of your Circas sian beauties; talk of your Eastern ha rains, wbat Is there In them at all compa rable with the beauty of Kite Tell the lalry-llke movements and perfect features of Mary Blizzard; tbe wondrous loveliness ot Ellen McCauley.or the dreamy splendor of form, face and features of Aoia'Mla Turpln? J' But '"comparisons Is oderous," as Dogberry says, therefore we'll none of them. -The gentle damt a above mentioned were charged with being drunk and disorderly Kate Tell was, when' taken In, categori cally catechising a cat in regard to the cat enation of sausages. She Issued a perfect cataclysm of words unknown In the school of catacoustics. We might give a catalogue of the cataphonlcs having the terms flow In a perfect cataract, but it Is unnecessary. The appearance of the fair .Kate, as she stood up before' his honor, was truly be wildering. : " " - "Riohandrara WereAue gems she woio." - : Her beautiful moire antique de three-ply Brussels dress was radlent with diamonds, rubies, onyxs and pearls, while on her ma jestic head she wore a tira of dazzling splendor. She was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. Mary Blizzard was also drunk' and' dis orderly. Mary I : Sweet name, from all time tbe poet's fancy. BuniB has immor talized the name in his poem commencing 7 " ' '"Marr. dear departed'ehade." in. and every poet since his day has embodied all that is lovely in woman In the name of Mary. . And Blizzard I A name to fill Faroe'arumpet,. to. inspire poetic .fervor, . to rouse a sluggard to struggle for immor tality: When the two words are combin ed, how lovingly they linger on the tongue! Mary Blizzard. They call to mind a form and face such as koijrbte er rant broke lances for. For such a realiza tion ot the ideal of beauty, men have sought the "bubble reputation even in tbe cannon's mouth." - ......... She's all bad brandy painted her, v She's hunkr, she's divine. Dressed in robes ot state she swept the the earth a very queen of women." She,. also got 30 days in the county jail. What pictures of regal beauty come up as we write thy name, Ella McCauley. fler regular Grecian features, her flashing eyes both blacked, her disordered tresses, pronounced her one formed in Nature's happiest mood and born on the fairest Is land of the sea. She also was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. Next came the lovely Amanda Turpin. What pen can do thee justice? Sweet I - Badiant charmer ! ; , ' Bnxine has smiled noon thy face, '9 And reddened every pimple there. Poets call them dimples. But we arn't a poet, so we stick to the pimple. A wo man to win the heart of a stole is she, and make him commit suicide did '' she but frown upon him. She, too, was drunk and disorderly, and she, too, got thirty days In the county jail. . : , The single specimen of masculinity up : yesterday was George Edwards, whose. case ottered no new features, lie was fined $3 and costs, which he paid, GENERAL HEADQ'RS, STATE OF OHIO. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. COLUMBUS, AUGUST 9, 1867. On account, ot the action of James C. Wetinore, late Ohio Military Agent, at Washington City, the State authorities are unable to obtain immediate possession of the books and papers of that Agency,and are compelled to resort to legal process to pro cure them. This causes delay in the pros ecution of the business of the Agency. To avoid this delay as far as may be, all sol diers who have unfinished business iu the hands of-said Agency are requested to cor respond with this department, sending an exact copy of Wetmore's receipt for their claim, and if a power of attorney has been given to any one to collect said claim, state to whom it was given. , . ' .- .-,.:' The unfinished business of the Agency will be promptly attended to by this de partment, - and, - as heretoforer&ivithout charge to the soldier. . ' . ; - The Press of the State are respectfully requested to give publicity to this notice. R. COWEN, Adjutant General of Ohio. Held for Postage. Letters addressed as follows are held for postage to Aug. 9th: Springfield Republic, Springfield, Ohio; Mrs. D. Robinson, Allegheny City, Pa.; John E. Beckwith, Columbus, Ohio; Miss Rich Hedges, South Bloomfteld, O; Mr. Christie LaFever, jr, Troy, Miami county, O Mrs. Eveline Cooper, 93 Pleasant street, no postoffice address; John B.Jones, Mc- Keesport, Pa.; John H. Evans, Granville, Licking county, Ohio; Mrs. C.. J. Ackley, Alexandersville, Ohio. ? - Fruit Jars for sale cheap at No. 1 Gwynne Block. Public Notice. The saw mill property of the late B. Wilson, at Orange Station, Delaware county, will be sold this P. M, at 3 o'clock, on the premises. . ".' Thirty Dollars Reward. Strayed or stolen, on the 10th of July, one mile east of Columbus, on National road, one Light Bay Mare, 5 years old, 15 hands high, black legs, mane and tail, round shoulders, white spot on upper lip, considerable white In eyes, right eye weak. Any one having in formation in regard to said mare will please address H. H. Parry, Columbus. O. aug8-2t "Procrastination is the Thief of Time." Too many allow themselves to go without proper nourishment, and before they know it have the dyspepsia in the the worst way. Indigestion, unless speed ily attended to, will certainly produce sick ness and ill health. We .know ot no reme dy equal to Ooe's Dyspepsia Cure in such cases. - It enables the patient to takehearty food, the parent of health, stops distress after eating as soon as you take it, and is a perfect regulator of the stomach and bow els. aun7-dtwlw Cabinet .-. Organs. Mason & Hamlin have gained a great reputation for the ex cellence and durability of their workman ship, and tney allow no instrument to go out of their factory which, through any defect, would be likely to injure the "good report" ot them which now everywhere prevails. They take equal pains with their small and their large organs. All of them are warranted, and are perfectly reliable. The variety and beauty of the effects which can be produced with some of the large instruments are truly surprising, and can be properly understood and appreciated only by such intelligent persons as have heard these organs fully and effectually —Providence Journal. Costiveness or habitual ConstirJation. Fsetn these afflictions' arise many of the airings of "man." We hear daily, people complain of head ache, nervous debility, etc, and generally the cause of the compalint can be traced to their; constipated habits. A remedy Jpr the cure of this trouble is what they wtjune. We recommend Dr.Roback's Sugar Coated pills as the best remedy we know of. They contain no mercury, or other mineral poi son, and act like a charm on the liver and Intestines. VGlye them a trial. aug8-dwlw ''" : NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY ATLANTIC CABLE. Troops for Canada. Government win undoubtedly dispatch a large body, ot troops to Canada to repel the threatened Fenian Invasion from the United States.- In the House of Lords last evening a bill to abolish church rates was rejected by arge majority. -, French Occupation in Cochin China. Paris, August 9th. Despatches received here confirm the previous announcement of the occupation of three provinces ol Co chin Chiua by French forces. ' Dead. ' London. Aug. 8 Dispatches received here announce the death of Manic Sophie Amalie. fieata of Maximilian Joispb,Duki of Bavaria, and ex-Queen of Naples. Terrible Railroad Accident. Bray Head, Wicklow county, Ireland, to day. The express train from Dublin, for Wicklow,- when at ihe named lecality ran off the track and eight passenger coaches were precipitated into tire sea. The rail road at that point runs along the summit af a hleh'bluS. The loss of life is fright ful. . Only one person iu tbe whole train, a man named Morris, escaped alive. ; ', . FROM WASHINGTON. The President Ignores Stanton. New York, Aug. 0. Tbe World's spe cial says : The President has practically ignored Secretary Stanton to-day by ad dressingacotnmuiiication toCoLTownsend, Assistant Adjutant General of the army, Instead of tbe Secretary of AVar, as is customary. Reported Plot to Rescue Surratt. The Times' special says : Some of the Washington detectives have" reported tbe discovery of a plot to rescue the prisoner Surratt, which mav have had some foun dation, but it has been nipped in the bud: At is certain mat ine noteis in the immedi ate vicinity of the Court House have been unusually crowded, and tbat their guests bave mainly been Baltimoreans and citi zens from the rebel counties of Maryland sujuiuiug nie Liisirici. . The Ringleader Arrested. ' man as the ring leader In the supposed plot, asserted that big things might be expected to-night, and it is presumed to have referred to an at tempt to take the prisoner from the euard ot four policemen accompanying him to and from the jail after the reception of the disagreeing report ot the jury -which was expected to-night. The jail is located about 400 yards from the Court House, and the avenue leading o it runs through a park, and is lined on ach side with rows of trees. The Jury. It is reported that the jury stood nine for onviction and- three fur acquittal, which is probably authentic. Gen. Grant Responsible for the Delay in Removing Sheridan. - It has been ascertained that Gen. Grant has virtually been responsible for the delay in the issue of the order removing Shcri 'an, as he had objected to the transfer of fiicers of the rank required by the recon struction acta, .from tne duties in which hey are now engaged, on the ground that be exigencies of the publio service de mand that they shall be retained in their .positions. It is certain that the numerous ippeals from the President's .friends, ad vising him not tojremove Sheridan, have lad some effect, and it is probable that the rder may be further delayed, but it is 88 erted by those who 6hould know, that will be Issued before the. 15th Inst. ; Wrshington, August 9. Private letters from Arizona say the Indians are worse than ever. They constantly ; engage in killing settlers and stealing cattle. In all the depredations they ( have committed thus far, but one Indian has been killed, tnd that done by a Mexican. c J The National Intelligencer on the The National Intelligencer on the Johnson-Stanton Difficulty. The Intellieerfcer says: The statement r.hat the President has ordered no further communication to be held with Mr. Stan ton 13 inaccurate. So long as he is permitted to remain in office official relations must exist. It does not follow, however, that he will attend Catinet consultations. These are not held in virtue of law, but are purely discretionary with the President, who is .neither obliged to conter. with his Secretaries in formal meetings, nor is restricted to the beads of Departments -seeking advice upon public affairs. We learn from . an unusually reliable source that it is the pnrpose of Mr. John son to allow the whole matter to remain in abeyance for a few days, giving time for reflection on the part of Stanton and the friends who advised him as to the course ie should pursue. If in two or three days le should still persist in his refusal to re sign, the President will suspend him by giving him notice substantially that he is cbereby suspended from further executing r.he fuactions of the office ol Secretary of War, and that the rauson of this suspen sion will be submitted to tbe Senate at the next session of Congress. - The Surratt Jury not Returned. There is no indication of the Surratt Ju ry coming down - from their room into iurt, or having agreed upon a verdict. The prisoner, v. as visited at the jail this norning by his brother, Isaac Surratt. 8 hopeful and in good spirits. He has not been brought from jail since Monday. ' FROM NEW YORK. Convention of Discharged Federal Soldiers in Virginia. New York, Aug. 9. The Herald's Rich mond special says: A Convention of ex officers and soldiers of the Federal army now residing in rich mond, will be held hereon Saturday, for the purpose of taking preliminary steps towards calling a tfjand aonventlon of all the discharged soldiers the Union in the State ot Telegraphic Improvements. The Herald's Heart's Content dispatch says: Her Brittanie Majesty's surveying steamer Gtiloare arrived from St. John's this morning, having on board a party charged with the duty to thoroughly ex amine and report the surroundings ot and around the spot where the cable of 1866 was broken on the 20'h ot July. The New York, New Foundland and London Telegraph Company is now 'en gaged in building their telegraph lines be tween tins place ana in ova scotia, to be connection with tbe Western Union Telegraph lina of New Yirk. . An Ohio Man Swindled. W. J. McCausland, of Dayton, Ohio, was swindled by an emigrant agent, Patrick McDonald, yesterday, but through the agency ot the police recovered the money, some $300. .- - Escape of Counterfeiters. Harry and Charles E. Ulrich, expert counterfeiters, have escaped from Kings County Penitentiary. - . , ; - . , Retirement of an Opera Singer. Claro Lowell Kellogg, the opera sinsrer, purchased her. old iiomestead ' at New Hartford last week, and alters her return from Europe this fall will retire irom the stage to private life there. .. . . ',.,'r Thad Stevens. Thaddeus Stevens writes that be will offer a bill at the next session providing for the confiscation of the estates of those rebels and slave holders who discharge ne for voting the Republican ticket. Executed. Jeremiah O'Brien was executed to-day. Catholic Asylum. i The Catholic community of New York are erecting a new Male Orphan Asylum the corner of Fitty-second street and Mad- ison avenue. The building is to be a very handsome one and to cost about $375,000. Arrested on Suspicion. John Hovt and Theodore Shultz were ar rested on suspicion of being- concerned, the robberv in January last of Maas & Co.. of United States gold certificates to the amount ot over SIU.OUO. ttovt alleges that he bought the bonds at Shultz s office, one w.j. bnaray, wno nas not yet been secured. Saratoga Races. - Saratoga, Aug. 9. -The first race, 3 year olds, mile and a halt; was won by MeDan lal's Lexington colt time 2:41)$'. the fastest time in tnis country oy 3 year olds, with 110 pounds up. Sleety and Bonney Done were competitors. Lexington colt and Sleety ran almost head and head through out, but tbe former at last won by four lengths. Saratoga stakes for two year old, dis tance three quarters of a roile Morris' Ally, sister to Ruthless, won asplendidraee by a head, beating Northumberland four others time 1:20. - . . . : Third race, two and a balf mileswon Captain Morris' horse Beacon, beating iting time :a?ii - - FROM ST. LOUIS. Spotted Tail's Band Broken Up. St. Louis, August 9. An Omaha .dis patch says:- .General Sully and Colonel Harker arrived from tbe mountains last night. SpottedTail's band of Indians had been broken up. Part ot them under Two Strike had crossed the Platte yesterday ami are reported to , have joined a . party of Cheyeunea on the war path. Settlers are fleeing to the North Platte station for -. protection. 1 , i l 1 ' ; Steamers Fired At. : The steamer Antelope lies above Fort: Benton completely riddled by bullets, fired by tbe Sioux. : - . , A passenger on the Imperial was killed by ladians to-day. - : tf Indian Battles. A battle recently took place at Rino's Altos, New Mexico, between forty citizens, and eight soldier, and a larire body ot In dians. Eleven of the Utxrwere killed and eight taXen prisoners. A white caitive llrl was released and taken to Fort Bay-' trd. The hiding place of the Indians was burnt. ' . ol Libel Suit. A man named W. M. C Robinson has sued the Democrat of this city for libel, in stating that he attempted to kill his child with a hatchet while iu a crazy fit, and claims $10,000. The wife of Robinson says ". the statement is true, and that she received, a severe wound on the arm while trying to shield the child Irom the assault. ' 10 , Collision of Steamers. .Baltimore, Aug. 9. The steamer Wil son' Small, plying between this port and Choptauk river, collided last nig'jt with the steamer Mary Augusta, off . Poplar Island, the former sinking in 30 minutes. It is reported tbat three of her passengers were drowned. The remainder were safe-. ly landed on Poplar Island. The Mary Augusta arrived this moraine in tow ol the steamer Louisiana. She is badly damaged, and . wag' compelled to throw overboard about 700 boxes of peaches to prevent sinking. : The passengers of th Wilson Small : were- brought, by. the Louisiana and Mary Augusta. Statements are con flicting. The Captain of each steamer blames the other for the accident. The Wil son Small was valued at $23,000, and fully insureds ' SI n-sarly at IS old Mexican Advices. ! New York, Auir. 9. Mexican advices state that foreign ministers te Mexico City, were still unmolested, awaitlnsr or ders from their respective Governments. Diplomatic correspondence between Secretary Seward and Minister Romero is puoilshed, in which Seward acknowledges tbe receipt ef a letter signed by Santa An-, na. stating that he went ashore at -Sissal volnntarily In answer to the Government's invitation. 1 In the Havtien Constitution recently: adopted the punishment ot death for po litical offenses has been abolished. on ts. Discouraging Advices Concerning the Cotton Crop. T riT-TSVTT T V A no-net- Q Tha Pnttnn npnn advices from the Tower river parishes of Louisiana and counties of Mississippi are quite unfavorable. In all the lower par ishes 01 Louisiana the worms are at work to an alarming extent. In Point Carrupee the destruction was so complete and thor ough that several plantations were aban doned. ' Another statemant says that from the Tinsas river gloomy accounts are re ceived. Not only every plantation is suf fering, out tnose in safety 10-day are look ing for the visitation to-morrow. of oo'-a No Fire in Bangor. it Bangor, Mt. Aug. 9. Grover's steam works, Gillis & Marrill's lurnature manu factory, Hill's theatre, and a considerable amount of other property, was burnt this morning, ioss Sf 30,000; no Insurance. Several firemen were injured by overwork. New York Constitutional Convention. Albany, Aug. 9. In Constitutional Con vention to-day the motion to extend the Gubernatorial term to four years was re- Death of Abby Folsom. Concord, N. Hn August 9. Abby Fol som, tor many years conspicuous at anti slavery and other progressive meetings died in Rochester yesterday. Sunstroke. Buffalo, August 9. Four men were prostrated with suustroke yesterday after noon. . . 1 - - HOTEL ARRIVALS. Friday, August 9, 1867. UNITED STATES HOTEL. S T Savers. Trov.O: SR. William. rn.n n. Wm Vance, Washington. 6; J H Ryan. Marysville. O; Jefferson Honshor; 111; S Peters, Pataskala, O: Mrs Uilerist. Detroit. Micbiean; H Sheeley, Cottage Corner, O: Wm MoGee. Jackson, O: Wanen Phelps, Bleodon. O; Wm Morris. Oeorcetowu. 0: W P Hammond. Worthinetin. O: E Hawlev. Cincinnati. O; B RHigRins, Ijocan, O: Robt Dreoperson. Hil bav: J Ii Adell. Franklin Co. O: A H Jeffries. Win. ohester, O; JR Wright, do: Israel Dal by and Lv dies, Harrisbnrr. 0; David Crumley, Lithopolis. O: A L Messmore and son, London, O, a t rv,.Findlay; N Thomas, London; R W Havs ant lady. Harris bars: W W Keys, do; H J Wiezins. Williamspoit: C VV Clark and mother Haibilton tp; Deltnere Snodgrass and wife. Darby: J S Bonor, Shadeville; V Moony, rickaway co: J Jown teubenville: (i W Butler and wiie, Alton: L T Guerin, Wearer ville; Jennie Higsins, tiarrisbnrg; H Emrich, City; Cbas D Perfect. Galena: J M Schech. Canal Win. che'tei; E H Pratt. Mt Sterling; J Reed. N Y: J E Unnham. N Y; Jas O Elder. P.ckaway eo.- W U Wright. Pittsburg, Pa: N M Pat' erson. St Joseph. Mo:CBRujslei,Sprinjfield; RN itrowri.lltoterlin;; : ' in any NEIL HOUSE. Moulton, Bos ton. Massachusetts; Tnoinas Hall, Cin innati; A Hughes, Cleveland; Edward Woodruff, lady and son. Cincinnati; M J Pardee, Buffalo, New York; W H For e, Cincinnati: M N Barr and wife, Bu' alo, New York; I Burgos, Cleveland; C W Meed, Cin cinnati; T W Davis. New 1 ork: li French and : wife, Cincinnati. Joseph Bear and lady. Baltimore Maryland; A P Wylie, New Richmond. Ohio; Mas ters John and Harris French, Cincinnati; ajattie E MoConnell. New Concord, Ohio; E W Marshall, Ur ' baoa; H C Chittcndenolty; J Walker, Cincinnati; Crtcarritt, city; G P Wallace. Marion: Crarles L Bnnnell, Brooklyn: GA Barnard. Cleveland: Henry Fach and wife, Cincinnati; F Ford, lev-land- C M Miersch. Pittsburgh: J H Thorp. Cleveland; Dr RJ Lyons and boy. Detroit; James H Laws. Cin cinnati: James Shaw, Licking county; Harry L Laws, Cin 'innati; Rev B F Phillips and vife. Su perintendent Home for Little Wanderers. Philadel- Bhia; H Bogen, Cincinnati; Four Little Wanderers, ome for Little Wanderers. Philadelphia; John O McCnne, Pittsburgh Pa; William H Blee. Cleve land. the GOODALE HOUSE. James H Burns. Steuhenville: E L Brown and wile, Mansfield: J Fisber, Cincinnati; S Ashley, Cardiniton: Ju ius M Swain. Athens; E Rubbins, MoArihnr: R K Darlington, Newark; W .lamison. City; J M Waugh. Cincinnati; Tbomns W Zimmer man, N Y; Miss Nellie Zimmerman, Cincinnati; E. Burt, Philadelphia, Pa; Joo F Vaux, Cincinnati: M Lewis, (Jhil-ioothe; Cbas C- Lewis, do; J Scott Pal mar. Steuhenville: YVm Warner. Cleveland: F ti Tuiiidie, Cincinnati. : . Religious Services To-Morrow. - at in of FlTIST PKESBVTEKrAN CnrruClT Corner of Tfcirrt and State streets. Rev. W. R. Marshall will preach at 11 o'clock A. M., andat 7X P. M. Sabbath School at 9:30 A. M Second Fbefbttkrian Church Third street between State and Town. Rev. E. I). Morris will preach at 11 A. M..and at7x P.M. Sabbath School at 9:30 A.M. Presbyterian Church Mission At Soldiers' Home. Rev. Mr. MoSweely will preach at 11 A. M andat7XP.M. Sabbath School at A. M. j St. PATttica'a Church North Seventh street. Rt. Rev. S. H. Rojeorans, pastor. Mass 7:30, 9 and 10 A. M.: Vespers at 3. ExANtrKi.'a Church Evanrelical Aaaneiatinn (German), South Third street between South Pub-' lie lane and College street. Kev. Lewis Neumann . will preach at 10:30 A. - M. and 7Xf.il. Sabbath Scnool at 2:30 P. M. IT NIVERSAl.TFT CntTRCPI Thirrl atrAnft tiefarajan Town and Rich. Rev. Mr Brace, pastor Ser vice to-morruw at 11 A. M. and ia P. ill. Sabbath School at 9 A. M- Westminster Presbyterian Church Corner of State and Sixth. Rev. H. M. Rouertson will preach at 11 A. M. and at 3:30 P. M. TOWN St. M. E. CHURCH Town street near High. Rev. C. A. Van Anda will preach at 11 A. Sl.and r. ai. aaooatn chooiat A.M. First Unitko Brethren Church East Town street. Rev. Wm. B. Davis will preach atll A. M.. and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at i-M. Y. M. C. A. Room Corner of High and Broad. Prayer meeting at Si30 A. M. Prison Chubch Ohio Penitentiary. Rev. A n. Byers will preach at 11 A. M. Church of the Holy Cross Toroer nf Fifth and Rioh streets. Rev.J B. Hembtcger, pastor. Mass at 7:30 and 1 A. M.; vespers at 2:30. St. Paul's Church (Koisoooal Corner nf Third and Mound streets. Sorvioe to-morrow at 11 A. il. and 3:30 P. ,M. Sunday School at 8 JO A.M... . Wesley Chapel North High street, between Long and Gay. Key. C. E. Felton will preach at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M, Union Sunday School At tbe Piqna Shop. Commence at 9 o'clock A-M. J. J. Davis. Sup't. First Baptist Chuboh Corner of Rich and and Third streets. Rev. Geo, Chase, pastor. Setrieea at 11 A. M and t P A IS bv Ear GRAND PIC-NIO ; ': . .. -at- : ' GOODALE PARK I THE EMMET GUARDS WILL GIVE A GRAND ENTERTAIN, .ment at Goodale Park on the 15th of August. A beautiful Silver Pitcher and magnificent Silver Wateh will be awarded to the best marksmen. .Ail who desire to paiticipate are invited to shoot for t.u. iniaa). ta. a uay nay oc vxpeowsa. sjoms one, come all. sug7-d4twsTr I COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Aug. 9. . indoles at ,-swi opsoingKiao GOVE R.NMLN F STOCK S-Withoht decid-d- -ihsne Conpoos of 18B1 1117ft do of 188J lia-fc ' of 1154 HO.ai; do of 18SS lio: do aew of )3 1X. X-'t tst serie , lofl: dold.and.34 do, lx. - '' ---a--" : ' ' ' 1 Cincinnati Money Market—Aug. 9. ACiiAfcGai Van. t- New York Stock Market—Aug 9. STOCKS Lower elosioc steady, wi'b eocsidar-0 soi- short interest made by tbe decline of yj.t .iay 1 ipd toia. whwju is ins chief sustaiuin. element l the market. ' ' P., M.-Ohio Certificates S7 S X; Carioav 350; Cumberland Coal SSai.n.Uarip. a .OslOk,: astern Union -Telegraph -&5V: Paifia Mail Atl.niieM.il V-W-r! .1 tral lMXAlMX; Krir6r-v3SJi: Hod son UaiJ; ) ,..; .. J04 107; Miehisao ietr.i nuai nx. emgan ootnern xoxmxuH: Illinois Centra 1 11 PittsbnrahUX:' Toledo 121 SIM; Rock Island I01.10l: Northwestern 46 45X: do preferr-d -I s)469,'; Fort Wayne lMj.Al.fe. Webasb 0 I; t Pant preferred 86J.; Teuneseee, m., S.nkc i extra coupons ssar4H. Express shares i'msn. rfells, Fargo A Co; 67; new 1)4S16; Adams X it mm r. ..... 1 New York Market—Aug. 9. COTTON Ajhade lower, sales at8j,o for mid. I'mr oplaods. KL0L K-Market Iorl5c better for old: new heavy; 357 86 for superfine state;- western tT 8SK Ha r extra western; I0 lOSli fi.r choice do: ti tfrat -25 for shipping Ohio? (10 3ftU 10 for trade rao ts; 10316 for XX and X Ms M. Louis: C ill-' nrnia firm at Slags, is 75. Rye floor firm and nn- ihangcd. " .- : .7 : -..j. , ., WHl-iKT-Unehanaedv , . WHK AT Market 3Se better at Si 87 s J 9 o S -ilwankee; tS M9 S4 fr new red south.' 3 381(2 37 for near'amser Mich aan: t3 M for new amber Slate and Obio, and t trOtft. 7S for whits California. KYK Quiet at tl 1 for Weetetn." .---j, :!. , BARI.KV Nominal, . -., ., , B RI.K T MAL r Nominal. 1 - r' I CORN Market doll and deulihtng; sales at It ItsS i 111 or new mixed western, doping at inside price;' 0fi.pl l for unsonnd d : 1 1 for high mixed, yellow, and SI -fl for. yellow. .-. r.io'i OATS Kirmer at & 84c for western, and 76c for new Ohio, to arrive all month. .... . . : RICE-Nom 'aal. . ,. ,.,.. . .; . COFFEE Steady ' w v a a- cj w ,-wnwir, - . Ml 1 111 Q.l.a .. h.ta 11 wl,t C.-.. V.--I .- .... 'j 1 u w ..a a. a.Ai . . iHOPS-Quie PETROLEUM Qniet; Its f-rr "erode: refined ht bond moresteady for fstnre delivwry. for Goto ber. 33,0. and fcr November el 33). PORK Steady, bnt leas act ye: aalM at an losa " 30 for new 'ness: closinc at tag 16 cash; SS. 76 for i da; SIS 75 SM for prime; $22 7&S3S 00 for prims mess .. BUfcr Firm and unchanged. BEEP HAM DuIlatSSaH. - . -- : '. i BACON Doll; sales Stratford ent'atlSe. CUT ME TS Steady etlKtallVt- far ahnnMeraf I6SI80 for hams. - - - ........ LARO More active and steady; sales at 18icfornew. n u TT K K steady at 11(834 for Ohio. LATEST—5 P. M. active; advancing for old and steady lor new, . r . v vr W HE BT-r-Qaiet and firm at an advinoc obtaiaed " elearage. ,- RYE t lo-ed dull at tl 40311 41 forwestern. 1 OATS Firm at 639rHo lor old western. CORN Dull and heavy; tl 0311 10 for good to 1 prim new mixed western, sad 4104(91 08 for an- sonnd do. with shippers' holding back for lovxr pries .:: ,.,; . .. . ,,, .. PORK Firmer; s-les mess at S233. cash, sad 1 25(923 311 regular, chains; at t3 31 bid regular. 1 BEEF Quiet and undchanged. .... 1 -, 1 CUT MbA 1 8 Dull. . BA50N Nominally unchanged. ,1 LARD Dull at 13(a13 fur fair tonritneatea.m- .r i3&13i for kettle rendered. ' . .. - ... ,1 Cincinnati Market—Aug. 9. FLOUR Onenerl firm anrl elnseit at an sjlnti.. . Soc per barrel; superfine 7 -0-88; extra S8 SOS 9; ' family 9 60 111; fancy S10 75(S1I 25, w at. AT Firmer: red closed 6c biher; No 1 tl 05; white a n: No S ta 85; choice Kentucky white 3 30. -f latter otTerir.g. OATS Opened firm at 503510; closed at Me for , l.with Oood demand; buying out tha market; J snonlv lieht Kl K CI '-sen firm at 98ctl. ' " 11 KLEY Held at tl 1031 IS. ' " '( ' CO I TON -Unchanged; middling .6264o,'' ,: '.' WHlSK.Y-StAMdvat.0c in bond , . PROVISIONS-Firmana much demand. " '-' -PORK Mess Held atf-24: buyers clfer t33(S23 W. BULK MEATS Not ofiereH Umi.Tl.nt, ahnat. " ders lie: sidi-s 13c. - - -.-... . , - KAiOA Shoulders lac; sides 14c, and clear tides I64c. UAMS-Unehanged.' In v'tff-' LARD Dull: sales at 12e: waa nnt nffArerl freelv attbiS ate: cnoice llcSlSo. - KilTTKK-DiClatiaSlScforOhio. . GR'iCEUIES-Steady; demand moderate. ' ', ' , P0MATOES-DullatS253perbarrel. - ' iJ SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR NON-RETENTTON on INC0NTINENC1T " Urine, irritation, inflammation, o: ulceration of : bladder, or kidneys, diseases of tbe prostata glands, stone in the hladder, caUcalus, gravel or brick ' dust deposi's, and all diseases ef the bladder kid- ' neys and dropaica swellings. .- . . 1, ... 1 . Ubb Hsxssoi.d'8 Fluid JSxraAOT Buoatt. MISGi;iIEI JIEJf, THK LAW OF CHARITY A&'D MERCY. Howabd Essays, on the- Errors, Abuses and Diseases which form the basis ot the Gravest Mal adies in the first age of man, and fearfully sap ft vital powers, with sure -means of relief. Sent ia sealed letter envelopes, free of chants Address. Dr. J. SKILL1N HOUGHTON. Ho ward Association, Philadelphia, Pa. mayls-dAwSm . - - PROFESSIONAL. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, aetr tigh street, Columbus, Ohio, baa devoid himself r a series of years to the treat nent of certain prr. te diseases. He may be consulted a his otBes rtrtwutwaa nAAr the R ti ant. ttanV '- ! .' may31-tf '- ! ) i, HYGIENIC WIIE, THE GREAT IMPORTED TONIC ' Used by the best families throughout Europe; Arproved by the Imperial School of iledioine.. Paris; Indorsed by tha prominent Members of the Amer- ican Medical Association, at tbeir Convention, held Baltimore; May 1st, 18wS. Contain no Spirit or kind, and therefore NOT INI OXlCATITvO IW THE LEAST. It is prepared in Paris from pure Sherry, and ad mite ini ts composition only tonic, aromatic and ' tebrifuq substances . ,,, LadisswIiI find it a delicious substitute for the various tonics which have an alcoholie body, MUSCAT PEKLE is a rare wine of most delight l! flavor. It is the Jtra ywics of aaosS 4eUcioa grape. It surpasses in excellence any table wine ia country. Used in Europe for sacramental pur-, poses. Cbnrch people are invited to inquire into it. These vflnes are sold by all druggists, and by R. ' JONES A SON and HOUSTON A GARDNER, Co- ' 'umbus, Ohio. AlXEir Ar. CO.. : , . '.' ' Cincinnati. Agents for Ohio. ang8-deodly-el' LEA & PERRIfJ'S OUT ilrinRATB Worcesteraliire Sauce ! PRONOUNCED BY CONNOISSEURS EXTRACT ' ' of a Letter from " UedicalGcntJtiDaa TO BK THI atMADBiSto : his Brother at to WoBcisTint, May. ' ' 1861. - "Ten Lea A Pbb btkb tbat their tiaues isbigbly esteemed in India, ard is, in my opinion, tbemoet pal atable as wall aa tha 'Only Good Sauce' AND APPLICASLE TO Every Variety I irig It : .L m iC Imnal hnl aa am X3IS3SC. "-fSauoethat is made-V The sncoess ot this most delioious and unrivaled condiment having oansed many unprincipled deal- era to apply the name to Spuriou Compound, tbe Public is retpeotfuBy and earnestly requested to see that the fames of Lea k Pbrbins are npoo tha WRAPPER. LABEL, STOPPER and BOTTLE. Manufactured by : . - - . - . ... ,. I' , LEA A PERRIIIS, Worcester. ' JOIIPV 1IJNCA! SOH, . L ' ' A aeuts for the CJulteet States. WEW YOR - ' - - - octl7-is2tawwas-ly ' MANHOOD: How Lost! How Eestored! Just Published, in a lealed Zhvelope. Price t cent. LECTURE on ths NATURAL TREATMENT, and Radical Cure of Spermatorrbrea, or Seminal M' i I .t...i... I. ; : u i t i -1 . and Impediments to Marriage generally; Nervous ness, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Ph.taical Incapacity, resnltinr from Self-Abuse, Ao. by Robt. J. Culvebwull. U. D.. author of the Green Book, ka. "A Boon to Theusantls of Sufferers." Sent ander seal, in a plain envelope, to anv ad.' dress, poet paid , an receipt of six cents, or twosoat age sumps, by CHARS- J. C. KLINE A CO.. - , 127 Bowery, New York Poetoffioe box 4,680- . ( Also. Dr. Culverwell's "Marriaas nide." oriea' cents. .!..., au'gw-dAw3mia . -'- rT.. Paving Notice. To aUvhom it may Concern t "' ' CITY CLERK'S 0FFICR, ) , . . Columbos. Ang. t. 1867.J w ., . a. . . .U-. I v a. inn. i. u,i.i-7 a.. ,aii. imKmninKi navwoef Sj instituted in the Citv Cosnoil of Columbus, fur making the followit g improvements, to-wit; ri ( lui.i - s . um ui'k-iu, waa ujq waui aiuo OX Hound street across Sixth street,- -- Also, for grading and traveling ths roadway ef Strawberry alley from tifth street to Sixth street. The same to He done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the Citv Civil En-gin-er, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk - n,i ...m iwiinn oi eaia proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing os nr !. Taaant.-aM. .. -a U . i ' . w. ITT.1 ID uaw a .VHw-am w.J Ua t5CUl.m DOT. A. 11. w-T. -t -- ' .- -Jr. s " a-1 i iw V-'.-. 1 - l" E. WILBOW. .'. dltawtw ,.. ,. CityClerV..' GRANVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE. 34 TH YEAR REOINS EITE1TIBER ma. Deal eoncauonai aavanugeeatreaann. able cost. Terms, tioo a year forBoard and Tut GranvUIo, Licking county. Ohio. ji30-d3:aw3wAw3w .. . .