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.Z8 PtBLJSBKD 0& TBS TOLLOWI2T9 IEHJIM!rt InMraut. Daiit Brans. peryur...;v.. $9 00 a 7, . 'JL ' month 4 50 delivered by Carrier, per week ..20ts TkI-W Ullt SlATISMAX, POT JW 60 - ! -. -- montbf .. WEEKI.I STATES WAN Oj Aopysixtnonths..... ......... Fir copies on year Ten oooiee one year Twenty oopie on w . iftr copies ons raw S 95 .1 on . 00 . 8 00 .17 60 .33 00 .75 00 K .1... ,.,i w- i i' i j j s,s 1 i hi in ii ii pi urn ii Pmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmma' -. ... . - : : . - ! : - ' ) !:ilvr c 1 1 1- o.'t.'iri Sii i r "i VOL. XXXV. COLUMBUS, O., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1867. v , NO. 76 '"' nfpif ... ..... . .'.!-..: i : - i '. f ; ! sunn is) urns' i siisr r-iminnw iimnjun f nmnnnnnnnnnmnnnmmnVnl i r- s I 7? BATES OF ADTsVRJlSIN'O. , ; L Tea li.es of Nonpareil, er jfTEdli space, const! tnte asauara. Dajlt i r each insertion, per square. 7 cent! ; FottoMof Deaths. SO oent: Notices ot MarriatTes, M cents; Religions Notices, 60 cents. Adreriise menu inserted every other day, everj third day, and -onoe a week, will be charged LOO peg iqaare; each insertion. Business Notices in Local column, M eeuta per line for eaeh insertion. - No Notice lest than tl.OO. ..-,..... - WaisxT 1.Mperfqnarohlnfrrtlon. Busi ness Notices, 60 cents per line each Insertion. No Notice Irss than ts 00 Legal advertisement Till be charged regular rate. All fcwtstsa advertisement mart be paid for tL time they are ordered. BUSINESS CARDS. F. HATDIH. JOS HOTOHESOM. W. . BATDBM. HAYDENj HUTCHESON & CO.. BANKERS, NO. 13 SOUTH HICH STREET, Columbus. Ohio, A Hi? PREPARED TO DO 4 GEKER. A Ala Banking buin. receive depoaiM, pmy able on demand, loan Money, boy and aell Exohang and make Collections, Bay at liberal rates Gold and Silver. Gold Con pen and Compound Interest Notes. . , Bay and se'l all kinds of Government Securities snd Ohio Plate Bonds. : - - Convert T 3-10 Mote into 5-10 Bonds, and fill or ders for the purchase, sale or exchange of an) kind f -eonrities on the most favorable terms, jani-tf junla SALOON AND RESTAURANT AUGUST- HEN NEBO, He. 13 Wnl Broaa Street '" ,l ' ' South side), r Importer of Fine Liquors & Cigars, WHOLESALE AH D BETAIU .aneas-dtf-r . WHISKY, BRANDY, YINE, j Liquors of all Kinds. TEN TEAR OLD BOtKRON WHIS. ky. Thirty barrels pur 10 yean old Bourbon Whisky. Also, twenty-fire barrels pure 8 to 13 years o . . , Monongahela Whisky, 1 of the bant brands. Will be sold bv the demiiohn keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and other Liquors, by LACE1.L.E, ROSS CO. ' SSnntb Hiab street , rfecxsl ' L. O. SAtLIT. S. THOMPSON. B. . SUITS BAILEY. THOMPSON & CO, BANKERS, No. 274 S. High St, Colnmbns 6 ' . DO A GENERAL BANKING AND COLLECTION BUSINESS . . , ,- . , Tt. IH ,. Ferelfrri and Dsn e te Exehansre.tV e mine tit i , Coin and I ncnn. . Money. mar collections promptly attrxdh to and remitted for on the day of paymen . . mav?R-d6m-june83 - PROPES SION AL. M. H. MANN, ATTORNKY ATT LAW, No. 117 South High St.. nov-dlT UP STAIRS. S. W. ANDREWS, At tor h e v at Law. i ; r OFFICE In the Buckeye Blockt , CORNER OF HIGH AND BROAU STREETS Butrnae on High street. ' "' mayll-dly ; GEO.'W. ANDREWS, - Attorney and Counsellor at Law WAPAKONETA, . . Ansrlaise )., O, ! T' rraetfaM la tk Ooar f Tastan Ohio' - cb-tf ' HOTELS. I. OAltSITKB " J. M VKNMA HO0sa! AMERICAN OABOTEBA DENnAlfe rmprletora. NEWARK, OHIO. , ' aehll-dtl - Phillips house; -; SOUTHWEST COR. HAIff AND THIRD STREETS, ... OAJpTXOIV. OHIO. L. KEIBOLD. Proprietor. C. G. MoHiLliN, C&ief Clerk. ! octaa dtf-r ... ,, .i ST. NICHOLAS, . f.y VOBXB8I.T CCKIHOHAM BOCSK.. , , East Side of the Public Square, .Si 1 NEWARK, OHIO. - V Im KOOS, 1 - - ' - Proprietor. .i. ootU-dtf i.-. "- e. i. currraDif. ; - . CLARENDON O. I. ICROEANT. HOTEL, OHIO. ; S. E. CRITTENDEN dc CO., iropra HAVI0 LE4KI.D THE PROPERTY kno - n as the Walnnt Street House, and o m- Ble ed nor improvements noon the same, it is nun . thontiiBhlv re furnished, naintad. fiaroeted and moat exeeTlent condition, and will fiom this date be 'the -CLARENDON HOTEL. We snail bu most ' happy to see our friends and tbe traveling publio. - and guarantee the accoma.odatioos of the Claren don to be eqnM to any Hotel in u.e oity. . , n - Telegraph Office in tbe Hotel -Maron 18, 1SST. 8. U. CRITTENDEN A CO e Aprao-dtf-mobM allihik, . . ' tt of Mason Co., Ky A. MATTHIWa Of Maysrille, by . o. alum, Late of ML sterling, Ky. Merchants! Hotel, (yOBJlXKLT DOI)iI80M BODIaU ALLEHER," SELSUB " & LX) froprletor . Fifth 8tret, iur Mala, " Olxi-olxurxAtl, OHlo. i . - ' - AW This House Baring been thoronghiy repair a orated and newly furnished, is now open. ner9'a4-tf TO LADIES. : Tf vnn reanire a reliable remedy to restore yon. and remove Irregularit.es or Obstructions, why not ase tbe bestr . ... . ... . Kr l.riv knows the sliffhtestirreralarity of na tare is liable to bring on Headaobe, Giddiness Low fcini,,.- it-.intin 1 v'-nics. &b .2 then the bloom health fades, the api t e fails, and other symptoms more distressing on.uience. as t i-.nuoan, opinai Complaint, the Whites. Prolapsus, Ac, Ac. nerer failing lemedy will be found in ' . DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS. The experience of tbir y years has prored they nave no eaual tor Kemonuc Obstructions ana ir reznleritie... NO MATTK.lt skom what OAF8K THKY AR1BB. Tie are safe and sure in every case. Cp- wardstn 60.000 boxes are si-Id annual Ir. and no com plaint of their effic.oy is ever heard, for they ac .himnlnih what ihev re represented to do. Bold in boxes Containing Butt PiUt. Price One Dollar. - DU. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS is a remedy tour degrees stronger t an the above, nd intended for special cases ol long standing. . Price Five Dollars Der liox. - If you cannot purchase the rills of your Drug ?ist, they will be sent by mail. pot paid, s cure mm observation, on reeeiDt of the money, bv l)r from observation, on reeei J A.ME3 BRYAN, Consulting Physician. 810 Broel- way. New i ork. For sale b. YOUNO MEN The eraeTienee of the past ten vears has demon. Et rated the fact that the utmost reliance may placed in tbe emoaoy or BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS. for the speedy and permanent cure of Seminal Weakness, Emissions, Physical and Nervous De bilitv. Impotence, or want of power, the result sexual exoe i, or YOUTHFUL INDISCRETION, which, neglected, ruins the happiness and unfits sofforer lor business, Social Society or Marriage, anilafMan larmirlUI in an UDtimelv grave, slake no delay in seeking tbe remedy. HU s Specific Pills can be nsd without detection or interference wita business pursuits. ....... . . HO CHANCE OF DIET IS NECESSARY Tli.. . anfirjj v vffntable. and nerfeoflv harm. less on the system. Each box contains 60 pills, fall directions and a treatise on ti e consequences nd cure. Price One Dollar. Beware of counter-' feitsl If you cannot procure ibem of your Drug gist, send tbe money to Dr. Jahxs Brt an. Consult ing Physician. 819 Uroadwav. New York, and will be sent by return of mail, free from observa tion. , gar sal By Arof gist generav. OYSTERS! OYSTERS? rttSTrBS 'BlCf lVED DAILY V HUSToN i CO.. Oy.ter Packers, Nos. 183 Chestnut str.et. tt.it; more, and (Jhsml erlain'i 'Wbarf.Noiolk Va..bsv establistieda depot Ho 86 Aortn tliga street. Ai urutn D usu rill mvif, wvui.uiivh, A liberal discount to dealers. . ootLVdlm Fashions American and in Europe. rope. One of 'our New York contemporaries', in discussing the subject of fashions in dress, opens np the question of our prob able independence of European fashions at no distant day. -Jt is already true that it is easier to get a first-rate ladies' glove in some of th large cities of this country than in Paris. The dress' of a thoroughly well-fitted lady or gentleman should be respectable all over the civil ized worlds without the necessity of sub mitting to the dictation of foreign fash ions in the matter. The short walking dresses now. so frequently seen in the streetsof our cities are becoming general from their obvious convenience and com fort. It is perhaps premature at pres ent" to consider whether' the. : scepter of tashion is about to pass away trora Jt a- ris ; but on many accounts there is fast arising an independence of foreign fash ions, a style of our own, in all matters of dress and equipage, and there is good reason tor feeling assured that as this is asserted, it will be an improve ment upon the fashions of Paris, as we have improved upon nearly every thing else in point of utility and convenience. In a recent lecture on our dependence on foreign countries, it was shown that we have not yet achieved our independence of European literature, and that there is no use in fancying that we can now do without it, and not retrograde in our books and writings. This is all true in one sense."" Modern literature is depend ent in many respects upon ancient in the same way, and all the future will be on the past. "All literature is a growth," a development, an evolution of thought; all the languages now . spoken on the earth are just this and nothing more. All language, all literature and all laws have a growth, a history of their own. and so has all fasliion, and the future is founded on the past." " We are subject to greater extremes of climate, and hence we must nave cloth ing lighter in summer and ' warmer in winter. Hence it may well be expect ed that the whole subject of furs shall be more fully and tastefully inwrought into dress in New York than in Paris. We have less inequality of wealth and station, and a larger proportion of well, but not extravagantly, dressed persons, whose wants are to be met. Even in England - every, well-bred .gentleman, and in France every well-bred lady, is distinguished, not by the extravagance, but by the quietness, simplicity and un obtrusiveness of general dress and ap pearance. . There should be a largnr proportion of persons of both sexes who desire to dress in this way in the United states than in any other country. ; But while it is always well to keep in mind certain common hrst principles and to watch the historical developments critically made all over the world, tom the same fundamental sources, in fashion asln everything else, there is -every rea son for a free development adapted to our own wants as a nation." Godey's .Lady s JtSook, Madame JJeraorest and Frank Leslie have all done much good; ana so, we expect, win iiarper s new Bazar. Our native conceptions of . new styleswith all the working patterns, are so far superior, in many ways, to the ex treme and extravagant fashions of Paris; so much more chaste, simple, and yet elegant and tasteful, that, inalittle time. our notions pi tashion in America should become independent of those of Paris as is desirable or possible for one civilized nation to be of another.' True independ ence to is itself a growth, a development adapted toone's own peculiarities. I her- are many mch peculiarities in this c4une try which demand special considera tion, i-r.'il They can afford to pay for it, and do pay twice as much as it would cost, to be thus clothed, and those leaders, who, instead of taking up the extravagances of French women ot lndmerent charac ter,, viU '.reproduce the quieter styles of dress and colors worn by ladies, and adapt them to the -convenience and com fort of the masses of our people, will not want patronage or extensive influ ence. 1 he quiet tastetulness or the la dies' dresses of our city has often been remarked. They a.re not so glaring as in 'New York ; but the softness of the neutral shades and the ease and'cliaste- ness .of the patterns of Philadelphia dresses' are well known ' all over the Union. One word about color. The further West the "merchant carries his goods the gayer and brighter the colors. Why this is we do not discuss; but the tact is unquestionable. We make bet ter, richer and more excellent parasols in this city, in larger quantities, than in any city in Europe, but the gayest col ors go furthest West. ol A Faith. Whether it means trust in God or fidelity to principle and duty faith is love on the battle-neld.- It IS constancy following hard after God when the world drags downward and the flesh cries " halt." It is zeal hold ing', fast sound words when ' fervor is costly and sound words are obnoxious. It is hrmne8s marching through nre and through water to the post where duty calls and the Captain waits. It is Jmi jah before Aliab. It is Stephen -before the Sanhedrim. It is .Luther at Worms, It is the martyr in the flames. O no It is Jesus in the desert. It is Jesus in uetnsemane.- it is Jesus on the cross." And it is whoever, pursuing the path or finishing the work which God has given in in, nice tlie great torerunner, does not tear to die. be ol the .with they 181 at If we expect to receive the blessings of heaven, we must work tor them God's bounties are hanging over us in a cloud,' as it were, and ready to shower upon our hearts the moment we are ready to receive them. .This inspira tion depends upon the. use we make of our faculties of body and mind, it w live and act right. " blessings, as we are wont to call them, will follow as necessary consequence. I - . : Shawls are generally worn and con sidered more elegant for carriage or vis iting dress than the richest sacks or cloaks. They are simply folded, an the ugly hood formed by pinning a large fold, in the back is not seen ; it was for eign to the true character and grace of a proper shawl draperie, and it lias pass ed away. We have seen a few of these elegant and expensive articles of .Pais ley and India manufacture, and nothing can be more superb or better suited for fall toilet. , Only ladies of commanding height or mature grace can wear them I advantageously. J hey are dHr-idxdlv mstrnn v yv "V mm. matronly. iV. X. JiiaU. A Singular Case. [From the New Haven Journal.] One of the most singular criminal cases that we have ever known to occur at the police office, happened last week. A young man, aged about 23 years, came to this city with a horse, and made ar rangements to sell him at auction. Some livery-stable men hearing the man's story about the horse, had their suspicions aroused, and came to the conclusion that he had net come into possession of it in a lawful manner. They had the man arrested. At the - Station House he would have no name, remarking that they could call him what they chose. Finally, at the suggestion of another prisoner, he said they might call him Will iam Smith, Upon examining his pockets, a letter was found in one, which, when the officers attempted to take it out, he tried to seize aud throw it into the fire, but did not succeed. Upon read ing this letter, it appeared to be written by the prisoner, and was addressed io man residing at Wiscassett, a small village about twelve miles from New York city, who had his house entered by a burglar. - . I he letter stated to this gentleman, whose name we could not learn, that a man named O'Leary, the man whom he bad arrested, was an- innocent man. Says the writer : " I committed that burglary, and to convince you that I did it, 1 will state some facts in connection with it.". He then describes how he en tered the house, and the rooms he enter ed and ransacked, and that he entered the chamber of the daughter of the gen tleman, and while examining her bureau drawers, she was awakened and sprang from her bed, and seized him so firmly that he could not get away, and by her cries aroused the gentleman and other lady, who also, seized hold of him, and they all four rolled down stairs together, and that the writer finally made his es cape, and that he carried off a diamond pin belonging to the daughter. Then he says: " I return the pin to your daughter, who is a noble and brave wo man as brave as any I ever saw in the army." ' After praising the daughter still farth er, he expressed surprise how the gen tleman could describe him so and have O'Leary arrested, as he only saw the writer but a moment in the dark, and says: "How near you describe me, I will pot state for obvious reasons." Upon examining his clothing still further, the diamond pin was found. The police officers recollecting having read an ac count in the New York Police "; Gazette, describing a burglary at Wiscassett, and having a picture showing the young lady struggling with the robber, came to the conclusion that they had got the man. His letter, which he had failed to send. had betrayed him. Soon after the fel low was arrested, information was re ceived from Wiscassett that the horse had been stolen from there yesterday. The man was sent to New York for trial; and will probably be convicted for both burglary and horse stealing. [From the New Haven Journal.] Paragraphs from the Boston Post. The Spirit of the Press Cider. New York News. Forney's indorsement is no better than his bond. Mrs. Lander is studying " Marie An toinette. Quebec talks of snow-shoe clubs. Some malignant says Secretary Welles' would undoubtedly be a slow fever. The Tammany Convention nomina ted Mayor Hoffman, of New York, for re-election. it was not a bad idea to make im provements in the State House aud Legislature at one and the same time, It l'atti will not marry ot course there will be no Patti-cake. Deaths from base ball violence num ber about one per mouth. Forney's Grant flag is 6tyled by the Aew York Tunes a nag ot distress. November Meteors The election re turns N. . Y. Leadtr. Prentice accuses an editor of gross flattery for alleging that legislators are human. ' Two young ladies made a sensation in Hartford the other day by promenad ing in hoopless costume. Forney has two papers already ; but the neonle will further equip him with his walking papers. Brownlow is pretty bad for a Senator, but his associate is r owler. The heirs of Anneke Jans are to have a family gathering at Poughkeepsie. Many politicians who "itched for of fice" were scratched last Tuesday. Commercial Bulletin. ' Forney tenderly rebukes Phillips in the matter of (jen. U-rant. The New York Express calls Thad Stevens the ".Lraperor ot Hag liarons McDevitt is in Chicago, practising for his match with Dion, which is to be played Dec. 5. One illegal voter has been sent to prison for a month iu New York. Radicals say nothing will be done in Congress until the regular meeting, but the salaries will be paid just the same, The body of a suicide, who was bur ied m Hartford thirteen years ago, was exhumed the other day, petnhed. Mike McCoole put his muscle to good use the other day by thrashing gang of robbers who were going through a friend ot the pugilist. Some children set nre to the prairie west of Chicago last week, and destroy ed 300 tons of hay, besides much other property. Why is a clergyman marrying a couple like an apothecary 7 liecause ne com pounds simples. N. Y. Gaz. Sixty-five years ago a lady planted her riding whip, a slip of grapevine, at Montecito, California. Now it covers space of 4,650 feet. , The N. Y. Times suggests that the Judiciary committee might find cause for impeachment in the fact that Mr. Johnson has not begun his message. Bergh, the . New York humanitarian, is about to arrest the Democracy for dreadfully beating the Radicals. The Radicals are very angry with Sheridan for his electioneering deficien cies ; but all Democrats honor him as soldier. The clown at one of the Paris circuses, having appeared in a costume burlesqu ing Garibaldi, was hissed down by the spectators, and the police had to interfere. Why are the Radical Mno-grocery" organs like Weston, the pedestrian? Because they expect Victory out of de feet. Senator Sumner asks, in his last lec ture, "Are we a nation 1" We shouldn't be much of a one if we adopted his na tion. St. Louis Republican. The difference between the Democratic party and the Radical party at this time is the difference between . ha! ha! and boo-hoo. Louisville Journal. The robbers of the Weed Sewing Ma chine office in Hartford, who perpetrated a daring burglary there some time since, were arrested in New York on Saturday- Hale, the veteran horse-thief of Maine, says that if he eould only die with a stolen horse in his possession be fore the' owner canght him, he should be perfectly happy. . . ' 4 The Nation newspaper says the Dem ocratic party is evidently going to be strong enough next year to make it worth while to beat them. . It wasn't worth while at the last elections. " The German tragedienne, Janauscheck, plays a play where she kills hereon and herself, and the New Yorkers are in ec stacies ather acting. "Njer were.death stroggles so life like. Bays one brilliant critic. : Intelligent voters down South are buy ing red, white and blue stakes, which, they believe, if planted on land, will hold it to them under the promised con fiscation. The foreign commissioner at the Paris Exposition gave a farewell banquet to the Imperial Commission ' on the 26th ult. Tbe affair was a grand one, and the bill of fare decidedly international. Only two American dishes appeared calves head and lobster cutlets. A Democratic paper having asserted that "General bherman is the coming man," the Lagrange (Georgia) Reporter replies : "We shall be sorry it he comes this way again ; we don't wan't to see him." Encouraged by their partial success in Kansas. Mrs. Elizabeth Cadv Stanton and the ad.ocates of female suffrage are 1 1 J - x about to proceed on a lecturing lour throughout the Eastern and JMortuern States. MJGHTOFS STORE. , New Fall and Winter DRY GOODS! .Extraordinary IndacementaTto Boy FAUGHTOFS. Purchasers of Dry Goods are Cordially Invited to Call and Examine the Dress Goo s Chea Merinos Cheap ! Shawls Cheap! Blankets Cheap! Everything : Cheap! James Naughton, lis and 128 South Hisrh Street, novll-d3m COLUMBUS. OHIO a so a FALL AND WINTER GOODS HUNTER'S Clothing Emporium, No. 220 South High St., coLii.nni M, ohio. r HAVE JTUSX RECEIVED THE L largest and finest stock of Fall and "Winter Qnods ever brought to this oity, consisting of French, ISnsllnh and DomeKtlo Cloths, Catsimeret-i Aco., For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low est Cash prices. Also keep constantly on hand a well selected sfocit of READY MADE CLOTHING. JOHN HUNTER, aepS S20 South High street. WANTED TO EXCHANGE. AVALUABLR HOTEL HTERFST in Franklin, Pa., tbe centre of the ffrrat oil re gion of tbe St&'e, for farming lands in Central Ohio. The house is new. first olas. elegantly furnished, 140 room, has all modern aDDointments. is voouiar and doing a g'jod business ro" further ifiinrmauon,aare9STneunaer.igiiea, or UicharJ Roberts, Worthington, Ohio. J. I. H ANN , oct28-deod3w Frenrtlin. Fg AUCTION I J-RV GOODS, CLOTHS, NOTIONS, BLANKETS AND STAPLE GOODS Of all descriptions at auction every afternoon and evening. GOODS SOLD DURING THK DAY AT AUC T10N PRICES. AsT Consignments solioitcd. J. V. BURNER A BRO . No. 89 .South Hign street, (American House,) Columbus, Ohio. octg-eod8w AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL IS A MOOTH1NU EXPECTORANT, prepared to meet the urgent need of a saf- and reliable cure for diseases of tl-e throat anllungj. A trial of n-any jeara has establish.! thefaot that it is more eflij-ieious in pulmonary affections than any other remedy. Its efficacy has now become generally known that it is justly regarded in many cotintriei as a nieaicineoi lnaisoensaoie necessity. In Great Britain, r'rtnce and Germany, where med ical science has roacbed its highest perfection, is prescribed in d-iuiesiio practice, and constantly used in the armies, in hospitals and other public institutions, where it is resarded by the attending physicians as the most speedy and agreeable re oe dy that can be employed- Scirceiy any neighbor hood can be found where well known ca.es of dis eased lungs, which had baffled the efforts of the moitskilitul snd experienced doctors, have been permanently cured by it. These results are the most convincing proofs of the superior curative properties of this preparation ; and to them the au thors point with peculiar satisfaction. While it mi at powertul again t eon firmed diseases, it is ex tremely senile s a medicine in in a nor andouth, being quite harmless to even the youngest, when ..ninUiered iudieienslr. This health rest irer accomplishes even more nMirpntinn than euro, if takea in season, it heals all irritations of tbe throat aud lungs, whether trom Colds or Conghs. or from other oauses, and ih.i nraa.nt t.hat Ion train of painful and innnr.. ble diseases, which would arise from the neg ect them. Hence a family should be without it. In fluenza, Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Cougb, pi.nrisv. Ineinient Consumption and O'her affec tions of the breathing organs, g ye way before t ore-emioentcorobii atun ol medical virtnf. - F lnr4 h. Dr. J. 0. Ai'fcK A CO Lowell Mass.. and sold by G. Roberts, Columbus, whole sale ana retail, ana ny au muiwiu. octlft-dAw2in . ASTON, TAYLOR & HUFF. DEALERS IN H AR D W ARE, House Famishing Goods, etc., 80 Nor U High Street. GRATES, OF EVERY VARIETY AND PATTERN - At lowest prioes, at ASTON, TAILOR & HUFF'S. FURNACES AND RANGES.. HOT AItt FURNACES AND C'JOKIXG RANGES With latest improvements, at yASlON, TAVL.OH 6c HUFF'S. STOVES, AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP OFFICE. -.rAM'Un am tvun niiiiftn. iniuu-. 1NU THK JUSTLY CELEBRATED IDA-. HO COAI, COOK STOVE; ALSO, THE HOME OMFoliT COOK STOVE. AT " ASTON, TAYLOR & HUFF'S, ; No. 20 North High Street, . , COLUMBUS, OHIO. : oct21-eodlm-r SLATE AND MARBLE HVC 1NT T , . 3E3 & , Finished in the Highest Style of Art, at ASTON, TAILOR St HUFF'S. C. DUCREUX'S PATENT For Ins'antani'ons Detachment or Horses . ., from Carriages. 1 TBI" INOENIOUS AND VERS USE ful invention, which hss been patented in the United States, r ranee and bngiand. is now offered by the subscriber to the pu -lie. feeling assured they will find it. upon examination, one of tbe greatest inventions of the age. , Protninentamong its a-lvantagesare: First Tbe facility with which horse may be hirnessed to or unharnessed from a Carriage; also, rendering it unnecessary for tr-e person unharness ing to pass between or behind the horses as is cus tomary, thus avoiding any liability of being kicked, Srcod In ca-e of a horse falling, he maybe loosed irom the carriage in one second, without tbe driver leaving his scat. It is so simple in it oper ation that a child can wotk it. Thikh and Greatest In case of horss taking fright, becoming unmanag able or running away, the terrib!econiequenees which o frequently fol low rosy all be av -i,1ed by this simple application to arriages. as the ho ses cat be looted from the Carriage "it a ttcinkling," and the Carriage as quietly and eaf 1y flopped. Mr. O. UUCKEUX gve several publio exhibi tions. The great favor and praise manifested br the publio on these occasions, is one of the evi dences ot a popular appreciation of its merit. Terms may be known and orders received for ap pliine the patent to Cariiages, or purchase of'titate Rghts. by addressing to - O. DUCREUX, Patentee. oct29-d2m 03 Elizabeth street, N ew V ork. so it is by of is M'COLM, MILES & M'DOXALDS, CUtOOERS,. DEALERS I FOREIGN, DOMESTIC and Staple Groceries in all tbeir varieties. PROPRIETORS OF ' COLUMBUS POWDER MAGAZINE. Agents for sale of the Hazard Powder Co.'s Powder. Also, Agents for the sale of Gardner, 1'hipps & Co.' Celebrated Sugar-Cured Hams. Imported Wine., Brandies, Cigars, etc. AG3XOYIOB MANN & CO.'S Fresli BALTIMORE OYSTERS, CANNED FRUITS A VEGETABLES. ETC., Constantly in Store, - tfg- All Goods Delivered Free of Charge. Or- aers sol ici tort. MrCOLM. MILES ft MCDONATDS. ooK6 d4m 124 A 136 South High st. NUTTING'S PATENT WHEEL PLOW TS BOUND TO HAVE AS LARGE A JL sale as any farming implement now before the American people. Ha9 been tented lor months snd not found wanting. Any Plow can te attached to this Machine. S-nd for circular with testi i-onial of ex-Governor John A. King and other' celebri ties. Uountv or state ilignts sola in any part o rTnijH State. Tbe new PAPENT BAG HOLDER is emphati cally the farmer's and grain dealer's friend, il.es the work of two boys in holding a bag open, and with it a farmer can ba ' uo trrain. nota oes. sdd es. Ao .as fast as two rarn the ordinary wv. Having large sales n t"e West where bratintrodnceil. He tail price 5. Sent to any any address, tuunt or State R ghts in Ou'O, Pennsylvania and We York state for sale on the uag Holder and good t supplied Send for illust ated circular. The--e is a food pav ing bu-iness to be done in either. Territory sold at low price. 3KSKETT JOHNSON A CO.. augl6-d3m 45 Dey street. New V ork. m fg'gS.'.JW?!! OLD EYES MADE (VSKSr-'Sllliff aasilv. with. out doctor or meli- oines. hent postpaid. on receipt ol 10 cu Aaaresa Dr. B.B.FOOTE pjSVgiidlo. 110 Lexington s?r.'5-w ' ? ATenue, or. oi as i WTiri..iitmn..H. & COMFORT AND CURK FOR THE hUPTURED.-Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 ctr. Add re Ur. K. 11. FOKTE, (au thor of Medical Com mon Sen.ee. Book 4oo pages, tl. 50. sent by Mail),No.ll0Lex ington Av., cor. of Eastasthst., . Y. Sent in sealed en velope on rect ip' of locents. Arfrtressur. u. b. room, Bo, 110 Lexington Avenue, corner of East 28th street. A. X. eep-aom La llllrandet) French Hemedies TT.va c.va1 Ihnntmnils all over Enrope. Hsviuc been for many vesrs the First Assistant at Professor La Mirindes' Private Hospital in Pans, and having been induced to establish a branch in this country, I am nw prepared to furnish his cele brated remedie for CONSUMPTION, RHEUMATISM, SCROFU LA, etc.; Also, tbe Genuine Imported VITELL A HE ALTH'ii GRAND RESTORER The only certain our for aennstituti- n shattered b7 tbe excesses and abuses of youth. Do not be tampered with by-inexperienced physi cians. Address your com-nunications 'o 1)K. i. W. KtRNlER. SSS West 47th rtt . New York. Apnea Gratis But if you give u the fuH his tory of yorr cni-o, the Consultation. Fee of Three Dollars Bhou'd be enclosed La-lies may address us in full confidence. nov5-dly-r JOHM SHORT. 1). H. ROTOF. FRANKLIN MACHINE WORKS SHORT & UOYCE, BUILDERS AND BKFAIRER3 OF STEAM ENGINES, MILLWOHK AMD AIL KINDS OF MACHINERY. BLVCKSMITHING. WORK. Aj. BOILER Water St.. bet. North A Last, east of Penitentiary, COLUMBUS, OHIO. ttf Special attention given to Repairing of Ma chinery of all kinds. nov-dlm6m FIRM. J. SCHNEIDER, LATE OF THE FIKHIOFJ, SCHNEI DER A CO., No. 842 Fonrth street, has opened a new store for the businesu of rectilying and sell ing liquors at Nos. 3 34 A 36 West Rroadvray. The new firm will be known a J . SCHNE1DE R A CO., ana tneir stoca oi NATIVE AND FOREIGN VISES And Liquor wl'l be second to none in the eity ll..nin- to receive a share of the citvand cnuntrv trade, and determined to make ours the first Liqu -r House in Columbus, we invite an inspeoiion ot our octs-dly OHIO FURNITURE CO., . , MANUFACTURERS OF ,, FURNITURE ! Nos. 6, 7 and 8, Cwjnnc Block, East Town Street, . COLUMBUS, OHIO. PARLOR SUITS. Mahogonr, Roatwsod and Wal nnt In Ilair-clotli, Green Keps and Hrocatelle. , . CHAMBER SUITS. Rosewood, Walnut, Cheatnnt and OjaW, finished in Tarnish and Oil. : . . - .: i- . .-, ... l ; j-. ' i '- '-; Dining Room Suits.: Wala.t, Chestnntt asd Oak Ex tension Tables; Walnut and Oak Oiainir .Chairs; : Cane-seat and Wood; Oak and Chestnut. Side- boards. .. ' Hair-cloth, ' Green ' Reps and Damaak .Lounges; Secretaries; Book Cases and XUageres. ' Husk, Cotton, Ilair and Spring Mattresses. Tucker, Jones' and DeCatup's Patent Spring; Red Motfoms. W. nava the above article of the latest style and of superior quality, b th in material and finish, and euarantee prices as low as Aa Y house in the trade. , , OHIO FURNITURE CO.l J. K. BRITTINGHAM, Sup't. B. H. Howu. Tress. eptlO-eod- ly oct28-wly-r UNION BLOCK CONFECTIONERY & RESTAURANT. CHARLES KNOLL, DEALER IH Candies, Nuts, Fruits, VI incs, . Cigars, etc. ALSO BACTIIrlORl? OYSTERS,' FRESH At lowest prices. j7" Game Served in the Sea.on. No. SOS S. High street. Columbus. Ohio. oct21 eod3m-r R. JONES & SON, Druggists and Apothecaries. dealers js PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, TC Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, No. 50 North High Steeet, oot25-eodlm ' ' COLUMBUS. 0. FOR SALE. 1HE STOCK. AND FIXTURES OF A DRY-GOODS STORE, r . a .;nila im.ttnn with a fair hairiness al ready estaoiisnea. inquire oi - JJ. xi l A r i a AH North lli.h street. oct24-eodSw Columbus, Ohio. L. SIEBCBT. ' J.W. 1ILLY SIEBERT & LILLEY, BOOK BINDERS, ' BIM BOOK MANUFACTURERS SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, BOUTH HIGH ST., OPEBA HOUSE BUILDING, janlS-eodly COLUMBUS OEIO. NEW MILLINERY STORE! MBS.A.DOWNING TAKE PRESSURE IN INFORMING I the Ladies of Columbus and vicinity that sh has just opened A. Fine Stock of Millinery Goods An' invite them to call. and examine before pur chasing eisewnere. KO. 67. NORTH HIGH STREET, (Three doors North of Gay), r septl6-deod3m-r . WANTED ! 4 GKNTS TO NELL A NEW. DES1RA- b'e and popular invention, bv which energetic agents can make from fioo to (150 per month. En close fifty cunts and obtain sample and circular by return mail Address. STEWART A CO., Sole Manufacturers for tbe West, No. 5 South High street. . Columbus, Ohio. P.O.Box 1295. ocr28 eod3m "The Pen is Mightier than the Sword." THE GOLD PEN, BEST AND CHEAPEST OF PENS. Morton's Gold Pens, THE BEST PENS IN THE WORLD. For sale at Mo. 25 Maiden Zane, New -York, and by every duly appointed Agent at iie same prices. Morton makes no Pens stamped with the JVame or Trade-mark oj any others therefore, where an Agency is established, the public will- be best suited, and . at tie same prices, by calling on the Agent; in all other places those wishing the Morton Pen, must send to Headquarters, where their orders will receive prompt atten tion, if accompanied with the cash. A Catalogue, with full descrip tion of sizes and prices, sent on receipt of letter postage. A. MORTON. COLUMBUS ORGAN FACTORY. rHE UN DEB SIGNED. HA VI PI U Jos' comoleted a Pipe Organ for the German Inde pendent Chur-h, on Mound street, Columbus, take thi? method of informing tbe public and partieu lnily Church committees throughout the State that he is ow ready to contract f or Organs of an; siae and price, and refers parties interested to ta Organ just oompleted as specimen product of hi: lactory. i ALBERT GEMUNDER. octas-dtf UUSTRECEIYEIX! I Fine French. Dnffela, In color Fine Ederdon, black and devtio Fine Pilot Beavers, d.dM Fine Piquet Comings; '"'! " ? ftcotch Snitfngraz i "-7 " Frlesen nnd Elriiianst Encrliah Suiting. 1 ;-: French do.; French Cloths and Doeaklnat ." . ' i '. AMERICAN .' .-."'i CLOTHS AND CASSI MERES; KEWmtES'fRCOATIIlGSj Testing, in Hilk;- Tertlng;ai in Cnshmeret ;.'j---iv Teotina; In aPlnnfa BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING i .' ' :u: ' HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNISHING GOODS. - .- J-hj i - :- ' 1 Alexandre Kid dlowea, . Jon wen's Kid Glorew," sLiaporte Kid, , CSIowea, French nnd Esg ..1 u,!, Halt Hose,' f"Tr GENTS' . UNDERWEAB . ... . 1 . . . . ..- . .-. l In Medium and Extra Large Sites; ; : Tien, Scarfs. loves. Iiaea , and Paper Collars, White Shirts, Casaimere Shirts. ,m - . .-!-. 'J MI T - - ' SOLE AGENTS FOR THK! DIAMOND SHIRT, Which are made to Measure. I , . .: ' ; '1 t-i ' J!i i'7 as mmt a iilsm.iinFn ULAhlV C6 NliWANUtrij ' octl5-d3m . - 121 s-onth Hlffh Bt. 1867,. :;";i..li(iav;. vise? AUTUMN. EXPOSITION. "1 H GILCHRIST, GRAY 1 CO., (Successors to Bain dr. Son,) Nos. 23 to 29 Sonth mgh Street, ' -, i - :j ,:i..!.I 1 Are now displaying an entire new and elegant as-. 0,'tmBn,i0.f u :. -i .1 :k.-J . Rich F-ancy Dress Sllkas . -y Extra Heavy niack Hilkag ,v,) rj . Novelties In Winter Drew Goods; Fmpreas Cloths and French Me rluwi , . .... Tarlas Plaid Blerlnos nnd Pop line; ITIournintr Dress Goods; -'Alpacas, Bombasines and Bar a tbeas; :iw --' French and American PrlntTv- Cashmere Robes de Chambref ;. Real E,yens Telrets and Satins; Chinchilla dc Aslrachan Clah Inga, T'--;i '? " Iadies' and Gentlemens' Furs; Real Eacea and Embroideries; , English and Domestic Hosiery; -Broad Cloths and Casslmeres; - Flannels Einens and Cottons;. Broche dc Paisley Lobb Shawl, -, . ..AH of tb-verr Crst quality and- i i i A.T LOWEST PRICES. ALEXANDRES' KID GLOVES FOR LADIES, jniSES AND OEYTLE men, in every site snl color, the latgest.as sortment ever exhibited in this city. Also. Just ooened, an invoice of Ta'seled and Kmbroidertd Kid Gloves of an-ither celebrated mko. G1LCHKLST. GRAY A CO., hi oot8-oct39-dly Kos. 3 to S8 South High st. DIRECT IMPORTATION FOR THE ., . FALL AND WINTER TRADEi . , . . .. ; : : r- 1." - K : ' - TO WHOESALE BUYERS. . . . . - . -. : ..' .... . .'. .-; ..- , t -i'Mi i-ta . i , : . ': J. si .. .-..iJ HARRIS i SIGLER; , 107,&100 Towu St(:-,.jl Would eall the attention of the Trade io their full -I.. ;J; T:- liiX-iiilOt-wt .t!- ItHU tlr . livi ENGLISH & FRENCH Fancy Goodet Hoaiery, Gloves, - XxetBS Buttons 3 unci Trimming.' ' . - - ;-..,.:-! V. :. :'J .. -.,- !--. XII E SCIOTO TAL1XT;,, . . .. . rSS;v "i i,.i-'iit'j',:' 1 1- ' Ui SHOE THREADS, AH of their own Importation, ' ' " ' , ALSO ; , , ,, v. Domestic Woolens - Cloth. Casski mertSf Jeans and Tweeda, Hal. ... moral Sliirta, Uersnain- , , town Knit Goods -.. . iill Men's, Women's and Children's And a full lino of ' - YANKEE ' N OTIONS. sTsr An examination of Stock and Price solic ited, ;J , ootl7-eodlm X O O T - Wholesale & Botail, ; i ... AT :. " 1.1 (: -jif 'I BRATJN, BETJGE&CO.'S;; (Successors to th old and well known firm ot ' , . , : ii. ROBERTS A CO..) . -1 , o-i..-(f 0. 24 NORTH IIIGII STREET I Wholisalb Aixra fob . 11 no AYERS' FAMILY. MEDICINES, 1 '' 1 s : ' !.-!' 1 till i ' " JATNES FAMILY HEDIC1NES, ,. ....... i 1 ' . ;POPBITOItS of '- 1 " ' 1 DENIG'S ARNICA LINIMENT.' ' 11 '' ' DESIG'S AGUE TONIC. octlS-eodlm DENIG'S LITER PILLS.