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DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. C1rk of th Court of Common Flea. t CASPAR LOKWKNSTKIN. t fat iProwcttnfcAitorin I ? f? rill ELI M. LISLE. Sot Infirmary Director, For County Surrevor" WILLIASU'. BROWN.. TV .1 v. . r - -.l .H MKT' OROLOGICAL XAIH.H, ..... a w. .T. Savasre, Jeweler, 83 vnnth Hlali street: . 1 U 'clock. '7 A. M i Barometer... - Theratoeieter, 99 41) M . 63 ... ; 1 ' ' ', 60 IS 1 F. M..I ... a. m, .. a as Sua Rises...- ...5 Rll Son Sets.., WHITE BOYS IN BLUE HEADQUARTERS WHITE BOYS IN BLUE THURMAN HALL. COLUMBUS, Sept. 25, 1868. General Order No. 4] " The White. 'Boys in Blue of Companies a. Tl r T). K and F. will meet at their headquarters; Thurman Hall, on Saturday evening, at 7J o'clock, as business ol (treat importancp wlltbe bronjtht before Jod, Also, to make arrangement ior ioh parau on Tuesday evenlntr, September . 29th,. the evening on which General Thomas Ewinjr, jr., will address the Democracy or ixiiam bus. "Let'there-be a full turn, outs. n i iiA ' i I. H. MARROW. I. H. MARROW. J. B. MILLER, Comd'g regiment. Adjutant. . . tFora most disagreeable, nasty day, commend us to yesterday, .rST The rain yesterday played hob with the Di-oDosed races We have not heard to what day they are postponed.,, TTiTiTKAUz.-Owen McLaJu and Wil liam Tom kins, natives ot Ireland,, were on yesterday ; jiaturalized by Judge Pugh, tf the Probate Court. . Goo-Nwfuom. Wiwuifftos District, Hon."W."Beea Golden, SUte Be on tor Irom the Washington district, called In to see. us yesterday. - He reports every thing a inos.t favorable for the Democracy there. ' r cr .t ni r -v s. Piwrt. Twd men. named C. B. Barton and George Banks, -were arrested Wednes day night In a honse of bad repute, anac taken' before the' Mayor yesterday They were fined f 10 each, which they, paid, On TiORB UNKWTBiTOur young friend Ada"m Hintz,Jjr, the 'popular gro cer, cornet of Fourth and Frleud- streets, left this city yestardayjf or Willlamsburgh, New York, whither he goes to take unto himself a wlfe'Success to him, and a mer ry wedding-trip .u.TT l-v! as - Fast DniviNO.'-John Ranklu and John FaySrere arrestee! on Wednesday'nlght tor drunkenness and.Cast driving on Uign street. They.yrere flned .$8 each, whieh they paidi-,It Is a: pity more ot these reck less drivers ate not arrested, though we are satisfied th police do capture all they see. . . . .-...1. - V ; M : :' -' ' Th Accidbst to Mb..! Kickltv The accident to J. J. Bickly, Esq, Is not as se vere as was jat'J&rst reported.,,, His leg Is broken, at. the ilp,' an4 be; will, probably be confined t the house "for a month or two from the effects of the accident, as the bone will not set as readily as In a younger per son.. ' From what we can learn't Jt occurred tnBS? Mn Eickly was driving -home, and ia lront of him , was another vehicle, also going north. As Mr. Rlekly attempted to pass, the man in frontwfluld drive faster to prevent it. This occurred two or three time's,17 and 'the' fast1 time iusf as "a buggy coming' soath . reached taenia The three vehicles collided, throwing the tneu all out, though Mr. Klcfcly was the'only one hurtl at on T Sad'Accidbnt. Mr? ' J. T: Harconrt, cojporteur (on,jte;tur.nlng .Irom the. prat PlsbiterUacburch,:.n Wpdoesday.'eren ing last, wheu the Democratic procession was pasdldg into State Houseenclosure, on crossing Hlgtv street was knocked, down by a hack and very-much bruised on his rigbt arm Ind "shoulder a'ud head, bni'pi'.' Loving, -who , .was" in the Tlruy store of Houston and Gardner wbere he was ta keny iadVised-Ms being removed . to ' his lodglngs,at 36, East Long street, and saw hi in In the evening, and from examination it-ia hopei his shoulder is not dislocated. Mj. fi.- to suffering very much from pain in the head atftl right shoulder, and needs the; prayers 'and' sympathy, oi christian friends te be speedily restored to health.-1 .1' ;. . v. . . - - li t I TBAK8FKKR8iYESTKBDAT-rThe fbllOW- lnj transfers of real estate were Jett at the Eecordei,)fflce yesterday: H. T." OHUtenden to J. G. Mitchell and JI Walsotu. September 24th, quitclaim te 30 acrp ntlanfT in the citv of Columbus, fori T: - - . -- Susan Sullavon to 'John H. Koney, Sep-tember-19tb lotNu. 4f.Tbouas A. Jones' Ubdit felon of inlote Nos; 653,' 639 and 660 in the city of Columbusffor $8007 'K; P"."Woodruff and- wifeTto j; D."Hen- detBonrSeptembei' 23; tfie OTidltlded one half oflotg Nos.!," 3?i;, 6, 7, S, 9 aiid 10 in.WJoodrnff fc Henderson's' subdlvislPB of lot No. 9 in Lazelle's north addition to the ci(bf(iiumbua;50flU'.A-; i'-i - J; p. Henderson and wife' May Vood rufiT, September 24tb, lots Nos. 12, 8, 4 and 5 Irtiypodrufl &JBendersoii aubaivjsloa of lot No. 9 in Lazelle's north addition to the city ot Colnmbus, for $500- at to Tve it 1f The Path of Wisdom Last night about 11 o'clock we' were waited on by S. Loving, commandant. nd,qt;hef . officers 'of, the Grant Tanners, ana vjoi. i. n. .marrow, ixn one! df theWhite Boys' id Blue.'After a free interchange of opinions and ef proof oa the outrage committed" on, th White Boys In Ble,and being eatisfled that the Grant Tabners ire' Innocent in- tbe' matter, and. wishing to avoldj dlfflcultyhe following cacd was agreed upoa. - i.,,.. i ; ?t We are satisfied that, OA behalf of the White Jfoys.lnlue, we pai pjedjff pur worjl and, thai of oui1, gallant Xolonel, that the compact will' be .faitifhllyl observed, and that if it be broken it will; be beyond human possibility to prevent itT We trust 1 inai tae request mauei. uie uiy (jouneu will be attended to-prompt!? If it Uhbt, we) trust our UUen will make up a purse of fOO'or f 200 as a rewardlor the'..deteo ttojk of tbe devilish' perpetrators of these ... ' .ii i . '1 c' . u... outrages v " i --:r- i ( . . .Tur-. ci ; TO THK PCBUC. . . . Tnrecatlng the outrages lately' perpe trated by HnkaowB persons upon our res pective" organizations,;:, and wishing- to avoid all possibility of a collision In the fu tuMT "e? fbe' tmder8igned,: officers' and members of the WUttfiW - In Blue, and of the Grant Tanners, do pledge ourselves the citizens of Columbus, and to each m nrevenb as far as in our power,-, an . by, . very .means . possi ble. the: practice now becoming too com "Zi o,inirBolltical organizations, and tliat this may be more effectually done, we would call npoowui vn.j wi mineientlT -large to ensure'etec- tlon lor Rearrest and punUbmeBrt'ttte miscreants-who thus outrage the rights of the people, and we earnestly, request all iiHwna toas6Uit.ua in, our flqrtyto .this end; .i.rv. s.L0vrai3,!' i " . Commander Grant Tanners. w.:VIj---' I.H.Mabrow,' Commander White Boy a in. Blue. , ,. j Oaptairi Grant Tanners." . '.tJ.'CftiBBSOH, . Major White Boys in Blue: PATAU CASUAUTT. Sevea leaded Frelckt. Cars1 Fas Over a Man's Bod "t T-,.-''- - ': . fTTyr 'A TERRIBLE SIGI1T. ujesterday onornlng, . about 3 o'clock, a freight train" from Cleveland knocked down aQd ran,over a man named Nkshelas Kain, a freight conductor on the CL C. & C. rail road, crushing and mutilating his body in a terrible manner. '" i3-: i ' 4 He bad been' round the depot nearly all the evening, and bad been d ticking, appa rently, but, as one told ufwas perlectiv able to take care of himself." . Just before the train came in he , went out into the freight yar8, ea8t of the depot, Intending to get to the caboose car of his own train, to go to bed. It is thought that as he was passing the switch he was knocked down by the rear car. " . . .. . When lie was found he was lying under the train, the' wheels ef the seventh car resting on' bia neck, his face turned up ward. ; From the appearance of the; track it would seem that he had been dragged some distance before the tralu stopped, , . i He leaves a wile and w babe a few days old, in Cleveland, where be resided. Ir mrr mi-t ill.' i : . n Thk Outragb o Wkdnksdat NianT. We .have been blamed" by several of our Republican friends for' what they call our ".hasty and imprudent remarks " on Wed nesday evening. It . may be ..that we were "hasty and" imprudent." A procession, of Democratic soldiers In a Democratic .city Is assaulted from (bur or five different points, in wards strongly Republican, and to denounce It as prudeht."- A. man who had fought lour years in our armies la defense of our Union and flag is hit id. the face with a rock and the sight of,oneeye entirely destroyed; another has three ot bis teeth knocked out by a stone, and to claim "ah eye for an eye and a tooth for a tootlv" is "hasty . and Juw prudent,"! But, says Mr. Republican, yoiK musn't mind it, it was done " by boys." How do you know- this? Who set the boys" on? You Republicans who have for years tbeen I teachirig ' your " 'young- men ! and;" boys? 'that a j Democrat was a trauor ana 1 a reDei, - ana deserved to b hung pn a sour apple, tree, or s"bo't down like a' dog 'This Is the nab-' ural and necessary result of your teaching You call us to-day the Ku-Klux Democ racy, and say that we are alders and abet-;. tors of murderers and assassins, if not murderers and assassins' ourselves. You say that every soldier who does not believe you do, as to the policy of this Coveni-? mentis a "hospital pimp," a "skulker" a bounty jumper," a fcoward,", a fa White Livered Boy in Blue," a "Blue Boy in White," and the Jike, and your "boys" and young men believe you, and believing that .Detnocrat its but little lower than the fiends Incarnate they believe it to be their duty to kill or - maim as many as they ban. Yet if the strong armol resistance is raised you say don't trouble' us, "It is hasty and imprdent,":"Iet us have peace.'V?--i ' All ovec the country $hese outrages are peing perpetrated. Not a meeting is held which there is not oome one hurt. At the Democratic meeting In. Indianapolis, Wednesday, Major John Kilgour. of the niie toys in tsiue, wnne enaeavormg to keep his men from: chastising; the ruffians who were stoning them, was struck in the face with a hatchet la the hands of a Radi cal, his hose split in two, and he disfigured tor life.. A party of DemoeratCgot on to a train at Anderson, intending to go to the ndianapolis meeting, when they were fired into by a Radical and one of them shot dead. MMi"ii4 -i? - Gen. Willlch, in his speech at Tiffin, on Wednesday night, said the people of thp North own eight thousand millions of dol lars Of this the Democrats own about fifteen hundred millions, which we will confiscate and: take from them, and this would just about pay the cost of taking it. from them. "You may think I am joking, but I don't. No, I am In earnest." These outrages in Columbus and Indian apolis,. a(L-the speech of .Gen. Willlch -afr- Tiffld, all occurred oiv the - same tiigtit and about the. same hour., j j ; j Thlis, by precept arid example,' you Ee- publicans teach your "boys" and men that Democrats may be shot, butchered, stoned and robbed,- and "to-denounce tr is to be tasty and Imprudent." The man who does not in his heart as well as by bis words denounce these outrages Is a party them. jrj .. The Columbus correspondent of the Cin cinnati GazeUe, speaking ol this . matte r.says . thatatonea were thro wnr but attempt to palliate It by saying that the Grant Tan nera bavebcer stoned- every tlmej they tjirnedoui.V.JVe 'rnlght -'retolrt - by -uslnif what is now the .Radical excuse, "boys." . simply content -ourselves by saying that if, as has been reported to us, the com mandant .pf the; Grant' Tinners Tcqows ; who the person is wno threw the stones, and he will Report the same to. the,Mayor, the Marshaithe Colonel of the White Boys Blue or to any Demoratiu citjzen,J.ha, person ,w in promptly anu severely pon -thisighed; but no one ever heard of it until assault on Wednesday- sight. We denounce all these outrages. The man who would threw . stones at a-procession of any kind,'" without other provocation tnan party mal ice, is a coward who would be a. .murderer.. h,ejid courage enough and Is no better than the devilish bushwhacker we used to tiang on sight There Is no need of these outrages,. The campaign In this city bas until now been conducted with an absence Of bitterness that - led the people to believe that better counsels .-were , prevaij qg, aiid that the same' liberty Of thought aad speech would be granted by each party as it asked tor itself. ' We may have said In the heat and. excitement of the moment, . ana .smarting unaertneineuic, more, per haps, than any one man ought to have said, i :If the'Bep'ubllcacs are honest In their de nunciations ot these stone throwing 'TfuT fiansTlef Shera, as'cttlzens, join with the' Democracy in offering a reward that shall be the- means of bringing these "vUlatnffTof juBtlce.nxnen, tnaeea, will an oltter teel ng be allayed; then, indeed, weehall have' .peace. . . i GROCERS., ti'COLMrllltES4 M'DOMLDS, ; 1 NO. & i SOUTH HIGH STREET-' '. Gr It O O "J3 S, PROPRIETORS COCfJInlBCsi POW I)EB MAOAZIH 8.' aad agents for the sale of Uaiard fowder Dompanj rowaer. Ajenw ior hesle of. , j.-.rs r.,:.-3 ' - j GARDNER, PH1PPS CO.'S ' ' Celebrated gngar' Cared- Hanae i dealer fn'" FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE : - .. ! GUOCEUIES- ' in all tbeir varieties. Imported Wines;' Brandies ; Oigare.ete. -" - jull-eodly .' COMMISSION. WM.-MONYPENY,- -Forwarding 'and1 Commisfeion ... " -itl . ! DBALIB1K . . 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OPER A , HOUSE ; BUILDINC, aprll eouJr ' -;' COUMUS. OHIO. Drs. Warner & Emminger, DENTISTS, , STTO IZiOOKi REOARDING THE TEBIW OF THE first importance to health, comfort and beauty, we cordially invite yon to call at oar pleasant Den- .l - XT. .a C . 1J A ..-.Afe vm i ivunn, 1,0. AO cw iniu di.w. . Vonr intelliffi,ni..fi will discriminate Detween tbe Ignorant pretender and tbe properly qaaiiled Den j tut. - - . t Artificial teetb made by ns are worn witb com fort and serre thetnrooM ot Boeech. maRtieation and beauty. As Deotists we mim to be tbe ist, and furnish all that's good. Teeth extracted withont pain. j7-wm LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. WASHINGTON. The Decision Appealed From. Protracted Cabinet Session. JOHN H. SURRATT DISCHARGED. DOMESTIC NEWS. Case of Forcible Abduction. THE DOG PIT REVIVAL. Fenian Delegates in Council. MISSION OF THE DUMBARTON. FOREIGN NEWS. THE INSURRECTION IN SPAIN. REVOLUTIONISTS REFUSE TO COMPROMISE REVOLUTIONISTS REFUSE TO COMPROMISE &c., &c., &c., &c. WASHINGTON. Surratt Discharged under the Statute of Limitation. WASHINGTON, September 24. In the Criminal Court this morning Judge Wylie discharged Surratt under the statute ot limitation, the indictment not ' having been found two years after the of-' fense was alleged to have been committed. Alter the announcement ot the decision by Judge Wylie discharging Surratt, many friends congratulated him, and he retired from the court room. -The Attorney tiled ; an appeal Irom the decision, and the court adjourned. .-' ( - ' - '"'.) I Cabinet Discussion. The Evening Star says : ' We have everv ' reason to believe that the cause of the pro-; tracted session of the Cabinet yesterday - was a discussion as to whether there was a session of Congress on the 21st Inst the" question being that if there was a session, all the appointments made during the re cess had terminate:!, and the offices were now vacant. The President -said that he had not been notified of any session, and . therefore did not recognize any. - DOMESTIC NEWS. Shot. UTICA, N. Y. Sept. 24. 'Atnold," 'the well known eulde W the 1 John Brown tract, shot a German residing at Saranac river,- on Tuesday last. - The German has since died.. Arnold has fled into tbe woods and declares he will not be taken alive. Indian Pursuit. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 24. A Fort Dod?e (Kansas) letter of the 19th, to the Leavenworth Conservative, says Gen. Sully has driven the Indians he was in pursuit of far south, beyond the borders of Texas. He had several fights with them. whipping them badly and killing and wounding seventy of them. The loss of the troops is slight. Suicide. RICHMOND, Sept. 24. ! Capt.Schultz, an ex-army officer of the Federal army.blew bis bralnsout this morn. lnjr in the garden of a citizen, from whose employment he had been discharged. He leaves a family In New York. Pittsburgh. PITTSBURGH, Sept, 24. The weather to-day has been most un favorable, a drenching rain continuing to fall during the entire time allotted . for the . moving orTthe grand Republican proces sion, which, notwithstanding, probably ex ceeded anything ever before seen here, the column being nearly two hours in passing given point. uar city presented quite a gala day in appearance. Most of the buildings bad been decorated with flags. banners, mottoes, . fcc. Business house were generally closed. The streets and side-. walks were tiirongea Dy thousands ot spec- - tators. The. procession, after marching through the entire route, disbanded, the speeches, which were to have been made 1 on the Allegheny common being postponed to a more propitious occasion. Mr. b tan ton did not speak to-day. He will address tbe people to-morrow at 2 P. M. He has ' no speech written. - i NEW YORK MELANGE. Currency Theft. NEW YORK, Sept. 24. A box containing--one: thousand dollars In currency was stolen from the driver's seat of an Adams .-Express wagon yester day, in Broadway," near Dey street, while ' the driver had turned his head away to ad just something. - The thief wad discovered ' ana nauea, uut ne uiveu mro ms crowa and made good his escape." .v Forcible Abduction. Joe Cooke, In former years prominently known as a cirens clown, and for the p-ist six years proprietor of the Sunny Side, Hotel, on Jjong island, yesterday made an affidavit before Judge Mansfield, of the Essex Market Police Court, charging . Henry H. Foster with his forcible abduc-. tion and confinement for five weeks in the King3 County Lunatic Asylum. . He also : charges the latter with the attempted poir sonlng of himself and wife. - t -. --. i: The Dog Pit Revival. ' The dog pit revival at Kit Barns' den was continued yesterday, with no more than usual success, Kit himself remaining obdurate and the congregation generally wearing too respectable an appearance ' be classed among the new Issue of Christ ians. John Allen was present at his old dance house, and expressed himself its 1 sorry that be had ever persuaded any of bis women to attend the meetings, as tbey were taunted and shown vp as the worst of womeu by the preachers, till they were shamed from repentance. . . National Labor Union. ' In the Labor Union yesterday Mia An-' thony submitted a report, urging working women' to learn trades, secure the ballot and demand an eight hour law for ther la bor, and eqnal pay for equal work 'with meb. The. report was discussed but not acted upon. . :. Arrived. The steamship City ol New York, from . Liverpool, haa arrived. The Fenians. '. A meeting of delegates from twenty-five eircles ot the Fenian Brotherhood was held last evening. An address from President O'Neil, in relation to the important move ments contemplated, was read, and Mr. Gibbons, of Philadelphia, made some re marks of an encouraging character. Filed. 1 A libel has been filed In the United States District Court against John Lilrd, jr., builder of the Confederate cruiser Ala- ' bama, by John N. Cashing and Wm.Cush Ing, of Newburyport, owners of the ship Sonora, claiming to recover $119,000 dam ages forthe destruction of the ship by the Alabama, on December, 1863. An order for an attachment has been issued on appli cation of the libelants. - - - . Steamer Dumbarton. It isxeported here that the steamer Dum barton, reported a lew days since as leav- Injr this' port on aslavinRcrulse, wss really iaaen wicn waruKo stores tor the Spanish revolutionists. . . , . . Continued. The revenue case, was continued to-day. Mr. Cheney was examined and testified to seeinsr one J.,ot)e (rive ftonins a roll, snn- posed to contain bills, last May. - Courtney and Fuller-ton are lor the Government. Binckley was present. . . . Bailed. Martin and Eee. the alleged forgers, found bail lu $10,000 and $15,000 to-day. Relief. The Chamber of Commerce has called a meeting to initiate measures for the relief of sufferers by the Sonth 'American dis asters. ' '' . - ' - -- - ' The Prayer Meeting. The prayer meettilif at Allen's to-day, as also at Kit Burn's, was succeeded by a ral fisrht. The latter is said to have beeu- best attended. . Election. At a meeting of the Labor Conrrss to day the following odlcers were elected: President. W; H SvlersrVice Presidents. O. H. Tucker, A. V. Lavi; Secretory, John Vincent; rreasurer, A. vv. l nt'lps. The female members voted. - A new Constitu tion was discussed. Died. August Phlncrdied to-dav from Inlurles received by the explosion of oil in Jersey City, Tuesday.. : : ; " ; . FOREIGN NEWS. BY ATLANTIC CABLE. Spain. LONDON, Sept. 23—11:56, P. M. The Madrid Gazette says Kovaliches hail arrived on tbe north side of tbe Sierra Mo rena, with two regiments ot cavalry, eight batalllons of infantry and lour bat teries. The' revolutionary General Serano was marching with a large force on Cordova, to give battle to royal troops. f . ( ureal excitement prevailed in Madrid, aud it wa? believed that the success of the revolutionists was certain. . i Queen Isabella has signified her .willing ness to abdicate If the Revolutionists will ftccept'A young Prince of Austria, and she to act as Hegent until he attains his major ity. The Revolutionists, however, have refused any compromise, -and demand tbe expulsion of the Bourbons and establish ment of a Constituent Assembly and Pro visional Government.. - -r. PARIS, Sept. 24. The French 'Government will immedi- Uttely strengthen its military posts on the spamsn frontier. It is reported that (jueen Isabella has entered France. There is a rumor that the rebel General Prim has been arrested, but it lacks con firmation. , . ; .'1 1: . V : ' Tbe Pays says the Spanish army Is loyal and the Insurrection confined to the prof? inces ot Andalusia and a tew seaports. . The following official announcement has been received from Madrid: Catalonia, Aragon and Valencia are quiet. The Montteor has the following: The people are indifferent or repulsive to the prospect of active measures being taken by the Government to suppress the rebellion. The insurgents in Andalusia are retiring before the advance of the - - Denial. PARIS, Sept. 24. 'The reported rising' of Republicans in uaiaoria ana Mciiy is denied. '' - Installed. LONDON, Sept. 24. Buenos Ay res ' dates . state that the new President, Sarminto, has been installed. Latest from Spain. NEW YORK, Sept. 24. The following is the latest received from Spain: The Government at Madrid has declared all Spain in a state of siege. Gen. tsander, sent out with, a detachment of royal troops against the province of Santa Ander, joined the insurgents. - A desperate affray took place in Santa Ander between the opposing parties,' in which several persons were injured. . The reports that General Prem Is march ing directly on Madrid are' reiterated. He is accompanied by General Serrano Duke De La Torre, aiid it is estimated that the forces under bis command are now 20,000 strong: . The Duke De La Torre la said to be acting as provisional president and civil head of the revolution. He has refused offers of accommodation made by Geueral Concha, from Madrid. The Spanish ships of war in the port of San Sebastian have declared against the Queen and joined the rebel fleet. ' Tbe revolutionary leaders have issued a decree declaring any officer who orders an attack on the people or patriot soldiers shall be adjudged, a traitor to his. country. Habeas Corpus. TORONTO, Sept. 24. A writ of habeas corpus has been grant ed bv Chief Justice Draper, directing the jailor of the county jail at Essex, to bring Frank. Keno and Charles Anderson, woo were committed to Windsor jail for extra dition, on a charge of shooting at Amerl cus Wbeeldon, with intent to kill, at Mans field, Indiana. The discharge of the pris oners was sought on the ground that the shooting with Intent to kill does not come under the Ashburton treaty, Toronto. TORONTO, Sept. 24. The Legislature, while on an excursion around Lake Superior, yesterday, adopted resolution recommending an appropria i tion ot fifty thousand dollars towards alle ' viatlng the distress in the Red river coun try: also appropriating a liberal policy In regard to the mines, and to Improve the navigation ol Lake Superior. . A woman named Jane A Horn was tound murdered In the streets yesterday. . , Attempted Robbery. WINDSOR, CANADA, Sept. 24. An attempt was made last night to break Into the sale of Strong & Noble's banking house. The outer case was but away by tbe thieves, but they were unable to pene trate the walls of the money vault. About $'20,000 -was deposited in the safe at the time. . Cricket. MONTREAL, Sept. 24. The cricket match between the All Eng land eleven end the Canadian -twenty-two was postponed on account ot ram. . .; WATCHES AND JEWELRY. F. A. & L LESQUEREUX ' IMPORTSR8 AND DEALBKS IN-- W-A T C H-E S , I ..4 1 .' 1 f ' . JEWELRY, ' - . SII-TER "and ' '.' plated wake. CAKES,-: : SPECTACLES, CKTEEHLY, ' , GOLD PIS, , ; r ' -fc.s . - i V a i POCKET-BOOKS .and . , , , ,"',' OPERA CiLASSES, i : TS ENDLESS VARIETY. . ... Keen constantly on hand a lanre. assortment of Seth Thomas' and Water eniy Clock, For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, AgenU t for the ..,,,.!;-) I-IITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass es tr renon ana uenevai in iuu auppu 1 .. - low rates. - - - -mr All orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed'" F. A. A L. LESQTJERECX, . feblt-eodly No. 71 South High St., Columbus. JOHN SCHNEIDER, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ! .MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac. 173 Konth High street. Columbus, O. Repairing carefully done and warranted. mj7-eodem " hotel: ST.'JAMES HOTEL; ' Fourth Street, near Malts, ,, CINCINNATI, OHIO. BTO. P. ELIAS, : Proprietor. TBI8 POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY. LO I ...j .nvnient t business, and tn nil points of travel., is the most, deeiriable stoppina place for persons visii leg the oitr. lo pains will he BDarea to roaae tu ai.j u, kuvow picuui. iu every particular. myis-aum MEDICAL.; BTMTLTA SIMIijIBTTS ; CTJBaIITOE "' ' ; ; ' , ."j BTmrHRET . nuDIEOPATniC' SPECIFICS , HAVB PROVED, FROM THE M09T AMPLK I experience, an entire saccesa: Simple Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the ! only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular nse, bo simple that mistakes cannot be made In sing them ; so harmless as to be free from dann , ; ger, and so efficient as to be a 1 wars reliable. ' ! j Tney have raised the highest commendation front I all, and will always render satisfaction ' Hoe. ' - - - CenUJ 1, Cures F" five re. Conmetlon. Inflmmon S, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.99 -. I s, - Jrj'lC-ColicorTeethingofIrifants25' i Jarrha of Children or Adiilte-.-.M 1 " Dysentery, Griping, Bilions CoUc.28 I " CboIcra-iUorbiis, Vomiting..., .89 1 " Conghs, Colde, Bronchitis. ....... 35 ! " Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. ,SS ' I " Itedai-liesSickHcadache,VertlEO , ' Uyspepsla, Bilious Stomach....; 25 ' ! 6, 1, 8, .9, ! i(: 11, 18. . IS. 14, 15, 1C, 17, 18, 19, SO, si, ss, S3, , so, S7, 88, auuprQMea. or i aiunil r-erloda..-9S W hites, too profUBe Periods ""P. vugn, uimcnit ureatbrnp;..as snltltlieum,Ery8ipelaa,Ernptionai5 : I Itlieinnatiam,UheumaUc pains.. . ': Fever 6c Ague, Chill Fever, AenesSO - I Kllt luudor Weeding.,.,,.-.,-.. ...60 I Opthal my, and sore or weak Eyes50 , , Catarrli.acute or chronic, InfluenzaSO ' ' W lioopliig-C'ough.violeDlcoatliOO ' . Aatlima, oppressed Breathing... GO I ' Ear Ilacliarge,impiredheaj-iDgOO Seroriila.enlargedelands,swellingBBO ' ; vBeaeralDebllity.physicalweaknessSO Itronar. and acantv Secretlnna m S-Meknss,siekiHMefrojBrlding50 Klduey-lNeae, Gravel 60 Mervoua Debility Seminal ' . liiulssloms, involuntary Die- ' " charges i CA SO, " tirfnary Weakness, wetting bed50 'l 2 PaI?f? l'critiiy with spawns., SO o , 1 Snflerlngs at change of life.. 1 00 M VnlUn.. t . X.-;. -1, . - BO ian ts.bl , - vipmneria, ulcerated sorethroat.M FAMILY OA.8ES i ' . Or 35 to 70 large vials, merocee vr mwweoa case, containing ' a.speciue for every ordinary disease a family Is subject to, VWVM V lUITCUVnf.. - From $10 to $3$ Smaller Family and Travellnsr cases, ' with 80 to 28 vials ffom 5 to (S Specifics for all Private Dlseases.boUi .J . - i : ios Curintr and for Preventive ' treatment, in vials aud pocket cases,$2to$S . .... s ..POND'S EXTRACT, !. a -v.. 1. Cures Burns. Uralses, . Lamenns, i acbe, Earaene, Neuralgia, Rbeuma- ttsm. l,uniumcro Sore ' Ryes, uoiia, suncj rkf tl.A I tin.. tuceains nose, fetomaeli, or of Piles; Corns. VI cers. Old Sores. - Pries (O cts. to $I.TS ' fW These Remedies, except POND'S HX.J'V' LTBACT, by the ease oi single box, are sent to' any part of the country, by wall or express, free. -of charge, on receipt of,the price.: ;t, .,, i: Address Humphreys' Specific ' 1 ; ' Homeopathic Medicine Companyj i ', Office and Depot, No. 602 BaoiDWAT, New York,' -' Dr. HrrHpnmirrslsconsultcddallyat his office: personally or by letter, as above, for all fonua of . disease. - -. . , J POK BALB BT ALL DBUGQISTa. ' .' ' --. . ? lit ; i :;,.r-i f-J -.j:0 . : JvU-deod&wly U BRYAN'S : LIFE INVIGORJITOR. , OK KEJU7E3A5ll ( ELIXIR, j For the immediate relief and permanent enre of thatconditioa which unfits tbe sufferer from per lurmioc tbe duties of lif e, and whkih arises from- a morbid condition of the Kidnevd and bladder, and results in nervous prostration and orsanio debility, i : 1 have used this remedy in my private practice witb unvarying; success for many vears. X am therefore induced to offer it to tbe afflicted, leeling j confident its merits will be appreciated. It ia adapted to all derangements of the Urinary Organs. ' It strengthens the system, and gives Hfe, health and strength to all who nse it and follow my direc tions It Lever fails to remove Nervous Debility,' lmpotency or Want of Power, and all Wrakneas ' arising from Excesses or Youthful Indiscretion, jei . airing in' . , ; LOSS OP MEMORT. NERVOUS TREMBUWfj; U N PLEASANT DREAMS. OEN'L LASSITUDE, ' WEAK. NKitVKS, DIMNESS OF VISION HEADA.OHE. FLUSHING-OF THE S(U!. Whioh, if negleoted. will assuredly lead on to in sanity or Consumption, W hen the svstesa- is onoe i sffeated it will not recover -withont help.. It must , be invigorated and strengthened to enable the suf- , fererto fulfill the duties of life. ' ' ' ' 7 ,. i-; i Sold by principal Druggists everywhere. : Price One Dollar per bottle Six Bottles for Fire , Dollars. --. . I Sent by express, on re-eipt of tbe money, by 1 "? : D J. UH VAN. 9S East 13th sU, Kew York.: ! I Private oiioulars sent free; eneiose stamp. , , ( i ; , - ' TO LADIES If yon require reliable reme dy, why not use the best f . Experience bat -orove i that . , . I DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS U-m, Hare no equal. Tbey are safe and sura in ordina ry cases. . ..- ..t. .. 't-v. Price One Dollar per Box.' . , .- . ', - DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS, h ... ,; Four decrees stronger than -the above, are intended for special cases, and may always he relied on. ; Price Five Uo.llars per Box.-:-. - . V 1 Illustrated private cirouiars sent. free. Enclose, stamp.. :-. :''' : If you cannot procure tbe pills enclose the mon ey and address DR. J. BRYAN, 99 East 13th St.. New York, and they will be sent free from obser vation by return of mail.. YOUNG JtlEIV The utmost reliance maybe ' placed in ' ' ' BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS. For the speed' and permanent cure of Seminal Weakness or Emissions, the result of Youthful -j Indiscretion or Excesses. They can be used with out detection or interference- witb business, and i ther will restore you to hea'th and strength,. PHICE ONE DOLLAR. Private circulars witb ; instructions sent free. Eneiose stamp. . If yon oaonot procure the pills enclose tbe money ' and address DR. J. BU Y A., 8 Hast 13th st-. New .. York, an J they will be sent free from obsetration by return mail. jve-deod&wly S .,v; mSCELLANEOUS.,, . (Natrona Saleratus1; A. WORD WXTH 7 YOU S .:. .... . J.I RAD IS THE ST 4 l?F OF LIFE $ BR your most important article of diet. The health of your family largely depends upon its beinf - 1 ' LIGHT AND WHOLESOME. I .;. ! T i. ! in.-.: .-i - ' i -l!.:R Iii I Would you have it sot .Then use only... i ' ' ' ' ' ' NATRONA SALERATUSL I W IT IS' ABSOLUTELY PURE, -S Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light , white and beautiful, Take a pound home to your wife to-night. She will be delighted with it. Buyers of Soda should try our 1 1 s iaA.TH.ojvA, rinn W e guarantee it not only far suscrior to any other American make, bnt even purer than the best .New Caaile or English Soda. . , , ' B AKCr AOTCBKD BT TB Bt T- " PENN'A SALT : MANUF'G ; C0,f ( X TOT- ) PITTSBURGH, PA. angio-eodly-r , NOTICE.- A 1,1. PfJBSOKI WHO HAVB LEFT work for . repair at T. Anderson's Carriage Manufactory and hare not called for it, are hereby notified that sueh work as has been on band for four mom iths, or over, will be sold at publie auction, on AAmArnf Ktmte and Hizh ptr ets. nnless called the for and eha-e.es paid within thirty da's from date. - - T; -ANDERSON. , Colombo., O., Sept. 51. 1868. sept21-dltaw3w-t' Fruit and Ornamental Treesf . GRAPE VINES. Ac, FOtt FALL ol 1868. ' We offer for fall planting a stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grape Vines, Ac . wbieb fori extent, variety, rigor and beauty of growth haa never been surpassed. . Full particulars given in the folio wios catalogue. just isauod. sent prepaid. on.reoeipaof 10 cents , each, for Nos. 1, 2 and S No. 4 free. No.l.De--seriptire Catalogue of Fruits. 'No. 2 .Ornamental Trees. No. 3, Ureen House Plants. "-Vo: t, Whole sale List; ELLWANGEK Sc BIKRY, - f T "MS; Hope Nurseries, Rochester, N -JTLl epll-d2tait3w j i - i FXioRlaiTe. . I .j ... .. UN DERWOOD dc CO. ARE NOW PHE pared to furnish from their extensive Nurse, ry, east of the County Fair Grounds, between Broad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna mental Shrubs; Provence, Damask. Moss. China, Bourbon and Tea Rosea i new varieties of Peonies, Chrysanthemums. Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac., so. The collection will not be wanting in any desirable -norelty. Cut Flowers of great variety in season. apr3l-odom . . .,. , - , T. ALLEN, -A gent. WILLCON IINUE THE CUAL BV8I: NEsS at his present stand. . No. 135 North High street, and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and HOCKING COAL, which be is prepared to sell at the lowest market price!.1 --. A" Special attention paid to Shipping, myao-eodtf LONG STREET RESTAURANT. 'S GLOSS Sc. WELPER AttOrNCE TO THEIR FRIENDS and the oublio in general that they are bow prepared in tnmr NEW KESTAURAWT, in the Courtwright Block, on Long street, to serre hot meals from the ehoieest market supplies, at all koar8 rlh inn, i ...-re-: ia supplied with the finest Wines, Ales and Liq uors to be had in the country. , , w.-'., .UJ ui. i 49- Splendid Lunch every morning, seplt-deodtf BI-CA RB0r ATE OF- SOD A COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Sept. 24. - GOLD Unsettled andTowerj marlceo excited and reported that the . GowrnTneri6 hasbpen oi'llinstirieeg opened at 142U: closed atl42. - t, v;j-f . . : - - - ' 'M - ' i'-r Cincinnati Money Market—Sept. 24. EXCHANGli; Firm at par buyisgv New York Stock Market—Sept. 24. GOYEHNMENT STOCKS-Activ and lower, but clnsinz more steariv. Coofiocs of '81, - Zl4-Aom 114H4Ui-do 64 iP9uu; do i 10(8110; d new , Wfafc 5:30- price WIU' Exprefn28Vft29; American " 4850;" Adams EIJCl-; Cuited ' Stat- 8 5051; JMercbaoU QnioB 2424o; Psoidiy 'Mail il03120; W..U. Telrgrapu 34KMvJH.yl!M 59J127J Erie 4948 do orelerred i2769;Ohio&M-8isslppi 28; Wabash da preferrr d' 7677; Mlchijfah Oe trat 118J118;- Aiitihisrim -jiontherk 83K83; Toleuo 101102; 'Ft Wayne 108lo: Terre" Haute 41)42 do prelcrred 6367:C C; fn'diatl80i',''''! ta ' ' ' New York Market—Sept. 24. HpAvt and bales at 2523c for nilddling uplands, ..-rwun-oBiuc lower, wun a moderate! local trade demand. - : WHEAT Doll andnbrntna11yj2clw er, witb a limited export and mill in r de uiftBd, the deeline chiefly upon sprlnir. .wRYB-Quletat$l 41 60 Tor wwrrii "OATS Ball and ilea vy; aaleg- at 74ra 75c for new western in store aorT aflnat. Sonnrr mrxed; .-., Su h POBK-QuTtat$283528 37 formes, cash and renlar; '-; sw n7 1 BEEF Dnll and decHnlng. -Jf cot meats Dui'. :,s- ?., , J1, ' .r5 BACON Dull and prices favor oitvmv LARD Dull and nominal at J520d for fair to prime steam, the latter au ex- trerae price, m -1 v.,,.!. EGGS Steady with-a moderate demand. Cincinnati Market—Sept. 24. FTOUR Dull, Bat nb lower. 3vET?Very duU aad bominaX J CO - CORN Firmer; ear 99o$l 00. '0 ATS Firmer and demand eood :;No. 1' 5758o; white 6900iS. . ' ";" T' K i Hi 1 1 -uodenM-e demand ; No, 1 91 38. BARLEY Firm; No1 tall $2 35; spring f2.00a 10, tbe latter for Canada. COT l-ON-Dnll ; nothing dointr:B;'1:4t TOBAOrO Unchanjred and Htm.L ; WHIKY Firm atl 50; stock liRht.' PORK Mess dull at $2850 : hardlv anr' BULK MEATS Quiet and held moral firmly ; shoulders sold at 10W-; ; clear sides. BACON Held more firmly, hut market) irregular: shouldors sold at ll?ai2Vio: closing with no seller below me latter' rate; sides may be quoted at 14l5dlorT t'lear rib; clear 1516c; ' holder Kenep- ' ally akinp; the latter rate at close. .. 'V a LAKD Unlet, but ilruilv heldi maU7 sales at .l9u; no demand in a larare'way. liUXiEU Firm: light supply at B7- 4UC. EGGS In lieht supply at 2526o GROCERIES Firm and in uood do-. mand.-- ' - .-"','-''"w".- . SUGAR Held at 11MoL" a COFFEE Sold at 2125u- , -il i H OrL Linseed fhv1ind to $1.08. - SEEDS Flax $2 50(22 75i timothy. .firm' at S3 153 25 : .'. a . .t t-s HAlT In good ' demand and ' hiener ; loose and pressed at $182l for. shipping demand from upper Ohio towns.;,,!-. -..,,.-) Chicago Market—Sept. 24. .FLOUR Dull and 510o lower i sprina:. extra 7(a58 25. . ' .. . ..,;e WHEAT Quiet and easr and 44Kc lower; sales No 1 at $1 501 53; No 2 at rS J2faH8?r at closenherewefefgne1ia? of No 2 at l,4a; saleffofNoislnea VChaDge CUKN JLess active ana liao lower; ' sales No 1 at vzjzmvic: TJo 2 at 921o; rHpcted 00o in store; closing dull at 9292c'for No J; sales of No 1 this afternoon at 92)c. OATS Quiet and (a!ic lower; sales or Nos 1 and 2 at 5252c and rejected at 50 51)e; closing at 5252c tor former. 1 E Western 2o lower: sales' .No 1 at $1 181 20, No 2 at$115l 15 closing dull at 3l lSlor jno 1. .- BARLEY Less -active; sales No 2 at $1 751 78 and rejected at $1 591 60; closing at $1 76 tor No 2. A cargo ot Can adian, waseold, to arrives at $1,8Qt .0,v St. Louis Market—Sep 24. FLOUR Tefy dull and nothing, doing except in lowest grades,- which are cheaper. WHK AT Steady and unchanged. ' CORN Very little doing at8295p ' ' "u OATS Unchanged at 5154c-. 7h.; -- ' RYE-Steadv$l 15l 18.. i a' f l j .:a PORK Stesdy at $29. : ' ''1'.",-.'-.-y: ; . BACON Weak and lowers 12ffll2?ro for shoulders; 1516a lor dear slues, i . WHISKY Firm at $1 50. " A ;i ' . ? -si., k .,9 .m. .son Buffalo Market—Sept. 24. FLOUR-i-Unchanged. ' ' ;" " WHEAT Lower: No. ' 2 ' Milwaukee " $1 62; No. 3 sprina- $1 50 t a '-.'"' ty am ;k tjOrtM UnllandslugitisbatlU7i' '. OATS Quiet and lower; sales early at. . 64c,-rlo9e at 63c. i , -i -' . . FRF.rOHTS-Uft lowers ' .j. .it.lt A New York Dry Goods Market—Sept. 24. - - . neither active nor buoyant. Certain styles cotton goods are shrinking iowvaluefromfA. flay to dayj until many- brands are sel - insr below cost, aud hence gome of the mills " are curtailing their, prodnction and only running two-thirds of .their looms. h '.i H Milwaukee Market—September 24. i i.uuit ijuu. aim prices UDcnanjieu.,. , . AVHEAT-i-Steady atHl"-53 for No. 1 in store. .... CITY CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. "o all tckom it may concern: .. 'if . ' , CITY CLERK'S OFJFICB. . . f , :CbLr;jiBf8. 0...ua.l. I6tS. '? Nntiee Is rjerenr eiran. that nroeeedineR hove been instituted in- the City Council of Colnmbus, for in front of Cadwallader's Hotel upon West Broad' t street. ' ? : , :.J , ' Also, fi.r eradins-aad Sntt;eTins'aTieeVer allev- between Hound street ano rjouth street. -If- " - ;K Also, for building a single row flagstone pare-', . ment across Broad street t the intersection, snd v upon the east ride of tfank slier. -, .' Also, for grading; and enroling the roadwsy on . South street between Seventh street snd Washint-, ? tenarenne. .'-. t:-i ' .-j-- - J- Also, for grading and parint the nnpared side walks, eatters and erossinirs aod srading and grar eliog the road war on Washington arenas between' . Houth street and South Public lane. Also, for grading and grarelrnt) tbe roadwas'on'A Washington avenue, betweeav Jaonad btrset-aod.'A Southstreet. . . : . r - . Also, for pariHt: tbe nnpared" sidewalks, cutters ' and crossings and grading and graTelicr the road way of Walnut allej from High street to i'air aj Iey. "-,'-1 j The sametoba dons inaooordaaoe with the plats i. and estimates to be prepared bj the City Civil q , x gineer. and filed in the office of the City Clerk. J : -a. 1 All persons claiming damages on aooount of said proposed improvement', are required to file tbeie. elaim8 in the .office of theXlerX. in writing, on ea before th Third day of OetoberT. rw. " augsa-dltswtw , riJ ,w,ht .-i-'.CiayWt.Tii'.T .- .-" '.- .tnU. ! :' I,"..1' w . I t ' I A ii i .1 ' CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. Paving Notice. lo all whom it pian Concern : ' ain Ii,V CITY CLERK'S OFFICE., t .r J.. - COLPMBCB, 0 Aug.l0,1884 , ,2 ' Notice is hereby piven that prooeedinr) hare been ; x. instituted in the City Council of Columbus for mak- j ing the following improvements, to-wit I - - ii. rorpiviDUie nnpavea sidewalks do tbe east j . side of Fifth street-irom Rioh street , to Friend :k street. :- , -.- i v., . ' !.; Also, forparing tbe sidewalks on to north side -a. of East Uay street from Washington arouse te Cleveland avenue. -, k i " ' '), Al'o. for grading and srrarelios the stiaAwar nnA . a par ing the gutters and setting the curbstones on Washisgten arsnne from ast irfinc street to the3 11 Jo nstownroad. . The same te be done in aoeordaace with rh plats; and estimates to be prepared b v the City Civil Engi- neer.andtUediri the office of the City Clerk. ' H All persons claiming damages on aooount. of said nmnoRAd imnrnvAmentfl. are reauired to nla their claims in the ofSee of the Clerk, in WTtin;,-rrr before tbe Thirtieth day oi oepiemoer, jl. ij. laerv a., ..c,W1L1sOSj A auglS-dltawtw JilI Wert. ; n T r. : - tin A JA Paving Notice. 7b all tckom it may Concern: " .. .f ' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE ' ! .ut: n CoiiVMBca. Ow Aog.3t. 18B8.1A" - A Hotiee is hereby giroa. that prossedinge asrsa been Instituted in the .City Connoil of Columbus, , tvr , . For gradins and paving the tatters aod erossingt ' ' aad grading the roadway on Oak street from Wash- -ington avenue to JSeet Publie lane. ... ' , ,' The same to se done lnsoooraanew-wros pi ate and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En gin' er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All persoosolaiming damages on. aooount of said ' proposed improvemeota, are required to file their,, ,. eiaims inthe office of the Clerk, ih writing, on or". j-1-before the Jiineteentn dyL of . October, jAjr "f8- " ' ' h. k! WILSON. sepS-dltawtw City Clerk.