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COLUMBUS, OHIO, TUESL7 AT MORNINGf, OCTOBER 13, 1868. ; ; ,; ;. ; :"J, Z " " "
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BcsiMtss NoricKS, SO cents each lMrtioa, ' "RofiCM of l baths, 88 cents. - Kotichs or M.RaiiOl. 78 cents, - ik.'j ---?i-:.REI.I6ini B Kovic8,balf price.- .it All tramtUHt adverUtemenlt mutt Si paid for at BUSINESS DIBECTORY "ARCHITECT.- ViBBMKISRt'.'"-' o. Architect, Civit Engineer, Ac. . ' Unw over tfi. aaIwdm fcxeoanre eul cs: -ATTORNEYS. : I .1 '1, ! . . r ) 1 1 .1 r; ItRASEMAt lAH, i - ' v'Mfl -ATTORNE. 8 AT LAW Office, Vo. 89 booth High street, Arnbot Build tfV 'J '0' !'.''' ' r " ! t' I t-'" A ATIOR8k.K-AT-tAWMATOE, 1 -,.- Alajof sOffiee EDW1BV T ft , ATTORNEX-AT-LAW A ,, ., OfEeein P Notmr Pnhlie. Pannu't. Btuldinc K ATT0EIE If-AT-LA WAi Ktr r"abIio-.i 1 vfntW In Mraxk ntH tl"I."" AUCTION. AND.C0MMISSI0N JG.BBAU .-.'..'' '. Aaetioneer nd Dealer In Real Eitt Boom BoldUoou, UkJtAint and Noti na. - .if -r. ...: Do. Wart Broad itrert. .PVi'-VBATH -ROOMShr )zhd fJT ' Barber and Hair Dremer. ' Ho and Cola ctatoa. . tiaaeawnt foatoOiee ituihUn. w -. 1 i'n: .BOOK. BINDERS. k'BJSlllf.l'B'-iAa.ai'K '. t i O Book Binder Blank pBooip Jiaaufaotureni, yri in?i BOOTSSHOKS. 144 8ontti Hia ttreot. Just receired. aa sjewan ortmanaj Aew jltjrUa, iovprioeav lav- aiea, pieaaa eani-. 31 a n, o LA it tte aoted boaee forirood Boots aad Show aftkiav pilaee., ilea DUMB joeeeirea. r ,-,- ' 7fr South High street. COAL DEALERS. CVrDealanU r'UtaiBtita: and Ohb3ali (lBo. jojtqx'Xicwa i.ue.azMft owoeoewec ripe,- ' Ho.st orth Hithitjeet COaDUSSIONrMERCtiAlSlTS.: TT FITCH fc SUN. AX Comminiodi ForirardiDg aad ProdooeMer ebaaU,daaiar in UroiB.Jflpatj-,, ST W. Broad street. - 4 - CORSETS. D '.t. SACflla.Eiat' fc C4. ' .Manaraotnrers and llealan in Freneh. Qdr- uanjaadAmerieaa Oorsete. Also, HoopTkirts .,. i . " CRO CKERYy' &i Vrrm. ielton,: : ' . - Wholesale' and Retail ' Dealer In flhlna. Qmenawaro, UUua. i'lated Goods, Lam pa and Lamp i ixtures.: 40 J'orcB Higri street.. . fl-u'Aa arAa' ! t 'o..-.i;. JU Importer aud Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Crockery, China, Glass, Cutlerj, Plated Goods. Coal Oil Lamps, Ao.: ' - ;-! to i .. r- -.r ISO South Hiizh street. DENTISTRY. . '. t' ! ,-! . e '( - ! ; -. WaBHiiB Ac KirilTlNKK, " .s . 1 7 ni'. .r-.Ko. 18 East Broad street Wear's to be the fast. ,'.t CT wr:VJNiri-rENTI3r.-Tbe best styles of Dentistry inaiuding Ouna's I m pro red Aiiaeral Pkue.- Office. 10 and 11 Opera Block. DRY GOODS. eciiO ni it. e.BEBL Ac CO., a Dealers in I)r Goods- Notions. Garneta. OU Cloths, Matttngs Shades. tiats.Capa and ura. J1 'V.'OaJBotAN Ac vo., -'- rl a6 - -- i la Sontfi Htirri atr-aL 'Carpet, Mattings, 01 Cloths,Curtaiiis, St-, le and ranoy uryuooqs. , -. , , . :: r'l:kw.tl. Fal, " AA a ' Wholesale and Rel-il Trexlerti In Rfjinla and Fancy Dry Goods, and Atannfaoturera of Ladies' Ohs.- :-- 128 a.Hib g'wot. r' rOIIBTH ST. DKT GOODS STIIllr',. ' XT F. Krum A Co., aagh dsaJersoDry Goods and ova- ni, in oouia c uann sinw.. v ' f - TAKIKS NACUM.ON. O Wholesale and Retail Dealer irT Dry Goods, nau)!nton Duuamg. non- lib ana va south Uigb KBii vim a v w awan ' ' ' rl - -Dealers in Stapla and Fancy Dry Goods and taanssrrumismng uooas.no. snail tlons.- "'SkaJalat'sTt 4 a A : As. JO. . Jf Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Good. ' - Am MvnHk lJ : n U rrr y. aax.ja ais.r. a k vu,, k'.' Foreign and Domestic lrr Goods, Cloths. a btb) (& u in boois oiga street. DRUGGISTS. tV SaAalBi'ari at a aV ) sf i Sal 'aTsl at ataf ak IBsTVI VAB W OaV VaWJUB . fc - v --- - irugft audi Apothecarj. w fr 751 1 - - - y 1 noixn nign srrwt E WUOLASALE A RE lAIL DRUGGISTS, : . - r 100 South mgh at.. toinnioaa,v. TJUAfJM. HBII-K ff'SS ... ". - ; .'- A W holesaie and Kaiail.Druggists. and Dealer! j ateuiemes, . - r - - S North High street. ENGRAVERS. R1CMEM ak IDOOHE, . , . , . r Dee ig oars, Engrayers and Publishers, i Nota riai aad other seals, engraved to-order. - - Kos. 107 and lo aonth High street. FURNITURE, &c. COECJT1HUS CAHIT;1 CO.i ' Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal Ti in t urniture. Chairs, alattrasses, eto. . 1 ' - V . Ao. sol South High St. (Opera House). Ua ri7alITlaiCiT Manufaeturersot first class Furnitnre. Whole sale and Retail' Warerooms, 0, 7 and 8 Gwynue Block. - - f.- - .: " - HOUSE -FURNISHING. f . ataaitin uku Ac C4.,' ' '' ' Alu Dealer- in Mantles.' Stores and Hons Fur ntauing Gooos. Also, Tin, Copper and Sheet lrou Ware,- --, - .... . a tast Town -treet. A KENS tc STOAsAT,.-' .ir " . ,0S? hinf Go-ids; Mantles. Oratos, Copper, Ira and sneet Iron, Stoves and Mantles. 1 r - "'; . ; SH ri..i. n;.h A"'""l - . a t- .a . a Dealers in rware,notia.l!'urmshingGoodr, inarble and Slate Mantles, Grates, Swves.iiot Air Furnaces. Ao. MJiorth High street- - . 'HOOP SKIRTS. f-M K sI...jw .... . .... j - .: jlMairaftuTer and WbolertlO Dealer lii Hoop Skirts and O0rsota.. Also, dealer in Berlin Zepher asu f awx fcilC TTf:y"-1w. -i:n 1 .liJ7',slrr; .kao'toulvU BUSINESS DIEECTCHY HOWEi'SEWINGMACHINK SP. AXTELL, e Dealer in Mojical Merrhandise, Boot s. Sta- tiooer.r and FaoeT Goods Benerally. Special Acent for the calibrated Kiiaa Howa Gold Medal tjewinc Machine. Mo. 6 South Hi(b straet. HATS & CAPS. - ubs. n. nr. ncr, VI (rineoeraor to E. iiufj Dealer in Hais, Cap. Furs and Straw Goods 128 Sod to Bicn rtreet. (bun widen tlnt-J w vjjoTELS. NATIWNAA. HOTr L, Opposite Depot. J. U. DA V IDSUH. r-roprietor. u MXfcW Sl aTtS HOI EL, . Corner Bi(h and Town streets. - W-alU)UN T. Proprietor. ZhTTLF.H HOUffi, Corner r'oarth A Friend sts. Commodiou house and aitensire stables. Li. A. BUWfcKS. rropnetor. M1 EHCHANTS HOTEL, 146 South tlich street, uood staDlinf attaoa- ad to premises. tt r. inAiva&n,rnHinw. INSURANCE. CowwKO-rfciT'r niiTDaii-1.1 ru ttranoa Company. Assets. $18.' 00,000 wu. jAMisun, Aneru, viotumnus, u. N' EWKIBK At niLTEKIBEBGEB, GENERAL AGENTS Seouritr Life Insurance Company, . Ho. f Opera House. Hons iNSDiiANCE-coneAiv or Columbus; O. (pital and Assets, H6614.J7. W. C. M. BA! K.'Seo'y. - umee. om.iit upera nous MILLINERY GOODS. c a Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods. 11 S. High street, upera House Bloek. S itsA. ti'miro, r 'vs i 1 "1' Dealer In WillinerT, Straw Goods And Trim mines. Ho- I Worth High street. J H. W1LKIE, a Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim- mi ma nd raney Goods. 130 South Ukb street. MERCHANT TAILORS. SCHAIHArisEif Ac OHLLEBEN, Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fnr nishinj Goods, c.-' i - a "f t ' r Ho. 58 ITorth fligh street; 1 CW.NMWAXDER, .A..t J e aVerobarrt-Tailor and Dealer in Bents Fori nishiDg Goods. Also agentforthe Diamond Shirts, r 181 Souchiiijh street. THIS OHIO MERCHANT TAILORING A CLOTHING CO., 185 8. HihtAentar suits made to orders Jiad7mada AJlotnins ai JOHN 17. RICKEVBaCHEB, Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and Genu ( nrnisDing uooaa. No. 61 North Hib street JOHN HDKTER, MERCHANT TAILOR. MO South High it. Choice stock of Clothing constant lr on hand. r-. r NEWS DEALERS.- y tjl ANDKbWS A BULL, News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers. No. 65 South High street, nex' door to Poatoffice. PBEV. II is a. M AN IV. A? News Dealer, Bookseller, Stationer and Bind er. Publications in both German and Eng ish. 131 South High street. PAPER "VYAREHOUSESit HDKEWSi PEKBr : CO ,-' . Manufacturers and Dealers In W ritln. Frint and Wrapping Papers, 83 A 86 North Uigb it. tng NVINS At H?EB!). Dealers in PrintingBook, Writing and Fine Papers 36, 38 A 4 Nonh High street. o PHOTOGRAPHERS. B cc a r. t r.ns THOTOGRAPHERS."' ' . 81 Son'h High street. Ac OTKVRNS, JJI KLLIOTh e PHOTOGRAPHER. 10T South High street. Pictures made in every style and aiie. DJ. AKCHEK, . Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc, . I No-SSouth HifrnsrreeU S PHYSICIAN. Era. downs, in. i. No. S Opera Hrrasw.-Treats Diseawesof the Te. Kr. Heart, Thruatand Lungs. Also. Diseases of Women and Children. r- 6-. fPIAN0SrT f F. HAUUM fc CO., Wholesale and Retail dealers for Li elite A Co. 'sand Haines & Bro.'s Fiauoa. Also,. Organs, jnetoawu aaa nwu oanotH .uviruHiGnus. 36 Worth Uigh ftreet. Jt'. WOODS, Aeent for Chick erinffs and Emm arson's Pi anos Also. Organs, ileiodeons and Sheet Mo etc. si aontn mga street. RESTAURANT. B A INK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, uorner state ana ncn-nreets. CHaRLEV MYER, Proprietor. SEWING MACHINES. AETNA 6BtVlN6 MACHINES, : - T be-best -in the world." Nos. 1 and 1. Opera House. W. PIMMEL, General Agent. WATCHES AND. JEWELRY. RJ. Item B4.lt Ac CO., Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks. Jewelry, Platedware, Spectacles, Ac., No. 11 ta.t Town street. r . GATES Ac HARRINGTON (Successors to Wm. Blynn) dealers Jn Dia monds, Watch s. Jewelry. Silver Ware aud Speo tacles. No. 1 Neil Honro. ' Fi. AL LE'QOeRfcrXr e Wholesale and Retail' dealers in Watohes. Clocks and Jewelrr. No. 71 South High street. . r, i ii i STRICTLY' WHOLESALE. B ANCttOFr tsKOS. tc CO., VV holesaie Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions. S and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street. REED, JONES Ac CO. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes. No. S Gwynne Block. Town St, ' NOTICES. - Bank Notice. i . i ?. i V. -' - ' X!. Li NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO all whom it may oonoern, that tbe City Bank of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company, organised and carrying on business as an Indepen dent Banking company- at the city of Cleveland, Ohio, under an sot of the General Assemoly of the said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate he State Bank of Ohio and other Banking Com panies," passed February S4th, 1845, being desirous of relinquishing and closing its Banking business, to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the said ritate of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re deemed more than ninety per oent. of the maximum amount of its eiroulating notes, and delivered tbe same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of Ohio to badestroyed. and have provided meensaud given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer, Secretary and Auditor of State of said State of Ohio lor the redemption of its outstanding notes of circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank bf Cleveland, at the raid-aity of Cleveland, where ssid City Bank is located. Done by order of ihe Board of Directors of the Citv Bank of Cleveland, July 8th, l6B, , LEa-UEL W 1CK. President, i .j411tawnv (-"v. . ;"- -- ! NOTICE, ! A EE PERSON WHO HAVE LEFT XV. work for repair at T. Anderson's Carriage Manufactory and have not-ealled for it, are hereby notified that such work as has been on hand for four months, or over, will be sold at publie auction, on theoornerof State and High etr eta, unless called for andcha ges paid within thirty da's from dale, V, " , ; - T. ANDERSON. I Columbu.,0.. Sept. U, 1868. .lenatsUHlr. i XNOTICE. j . i BANK OF COMHERCE, ! Cleveland, May 23, 1H68.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE holders of the outstanding notes of the lata Hank of Commerce, and all other parties intrii that alter the expiratioa-ofatx momnVfVo fail' date, application will be made to the Auditor Sec retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said Bank tbe sucks deposited to secure the outstanding circulation oi said Bank in pursuance of the forti Srst (4l station of the act to authorise J?ree Bank ing, passed March list. J851. , " ,n. pa o jgpy, peB,jins pridet ifc. 1U XlLlDU l a Va-31113A. LaAaBTW-QOOa. The Sisters of St. MarjV, Hp THE S.BlUGit, BECEliTLV OF y somerset, rerrv cjuu.jt, win opeu ineir large and spacious building for the reception of pupils on !he first Monday in September, 1868. For Board and tuition. 876, 80. S85 and 890, according to the de lartment of tbe popiLr j -sj JW ROSE. Snp'c AddroesBox 161. ------ au.3-dtf tatcsman. OUR NEW YORK LETTER. Indian Summer—Pretty Faces from the Sea-side and the Mountains— Grecian Bends and Paniers—Velocipedes in Central Park—the Democratic Mass Meeting—Pennsylvania Waiting for the Verdict—Hoffman, Seymour, McClellan—Etc., Etc., [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] NEW YORK Oct. 9, 1868. J,The early ' mornings aro chilly and Hie nights grow cool, bat the soft, pear-tinted- mists' of .this glorious season, hen Indian Summer, like an . Indian Queen, flings her dusky, jet invigorating, arm' around us, still lingers beautifully and tenderly over our Northern . land, with, how and then a stiff sea breeze to feing'a rather boisterous requiem for the "death ot the flowers.' . : , - ' But stron? blood, invigorated pulses for life and trade, 'andrVesbened hopes for the triumph of pur Democratic catn- dates; are not all that our Indian Sum mer brings us from afar. .. ' - PRETTY WOMEN FROM THE SEA SIDE. Bright eyes .from mountains and fresh' blown cheeks from our fashionable cons, try Resorts, have returned to the.city. by scores and bnnurwl8t-afiqtnr tnorough fares show a corresponding increase of attraction and interest. -'- ' " f' Our .'watering places are great insti tutions in their way. They -may be wicked in their influence, as some old fogies asserts " They, may induce 'gam bling, drinking,; flirtation, and, in soma measure, the artificialties of life, but thbjr do this much : They invigorate the stream of languid, restless, city-sick cre ation of, Broadway and -our -other fash ionable thoroughfares, at the. close- of the seasons with All the charming, springing, blossoming freshness and Hbeauty, which otfr-city belles have stolen from New port, Long Branch,- Saratoga, the ivats kills'ahd the Adirondacks, in much the aame' way that a bunch of wild flowers, tors- from the dewy bosom of a moun tain glen, would thrilL to the quick the wreath" of' fading exotics- in a French woman's" coiffiirel" Everything""is" in spired; by this touch of nature. Even GRECIAN BENDS go tilting downline' streets with a bnoy acy which half deprives, them of their hideousness, for the young bright face is sm natural and sweet that we can lorgive the gaU...'.- .y. ,. ; ; '. c' ... -cJPaniers ' are as protuberant and ridic ulous as ever, but a month's practice in mountain clambering has schooled many a fair one into bearing even this incum brance- with-an ease which is almost a graced '0 Uc'J to '.r;rri She may, also, have had. a long spell on thesea-shore;" alhdJ the" daily .kiss of the breakers round her; yielding lorui, a constant association with that grandest ana most Deautinu-oi.. an motions, tne williiig undulation of the "sea, has 6c- casioned tuib flowing Deauty ot her movement on ' the promenade, " which even Grecian bends cannot crook into shapeliness..' ..'','j ' ' . . ','.. ; But th'a ' Ball season approaches', and it is sad to think that the regular round of ball, opera, mask, late nights,, later suppers, and other disipations are des tineu to snatch this bloom from the cheek, this luster from the kindling eye, and this spring healthfulness from the freefoot.r : . ': . .''., !!'-': THE LATEST EVENT IN THE FASHIONABLE WORLD, if it may be denominated such,' was the sensation caused in Stewart's bazar by the contretemps between a lady (Airs Spinola) and her husband's mistress. The brazen assurance of the latter (a pretty woman; with blonde hair,' gray eyes, regular - features and a form of rather ultra luxuriance, though in every particular ' revealing' the' stamp of the demi monde),' in confronting the injured wife of the man whom' she had, by her wiles and, blandishments, allured from the path of virtue, was something ex traordiuary for this country; and though Mrs. Spinola so far forgot herself, and her prerogative, as to use her bands in stead of her tongue, she had the general sympathy, of , tin community of both sexes. ; . ' . ' ! Mrs. Spinola having been placed un der arrest, the 'case came up in the Spe cial bessiohs MJourt yesterday, and a lively and scandalous time was antici pated; but ah" outside arrangement pre viously agreed upon, disappointed pub lic curiosity, and thus these private skel etons of tashionabie - lite are consigned to their allotted closets. - - . . - , THE VELOCIPEDES tral Park have : created "some little ex citement, but from the poor success with which our beaux and belles have thus far handled them,, I judge they tUI not create much ot a turore. " They are difficult and somewhat dan- geroiiB to manage.'. " I don t know exact ly for what reason, but, like enough, be cause American ladies ure not so anxi ous to display their ankles to the same length as are their Parisian Bisters, but ihe- -velocipede - does not . seem to gam much favor among the fair sex. i Perhaps the vision of the skating rink causes them to discard such difficult means for the exhibition-of their pretty feet who denies that they have pretty feet? when' the flash of a silver heel, the fluster of a fairily furred Polish petticoat, and the long swing over the crystal floor, can furnish them with their desire to their hearts' content.; -. THE APPROACHING CAMPAIGN, Of course,' engrosses all classes at tbe present . time. The'; . Democrats ' are everywhere jubilant and confident of success. :' ' . ,-'- - , .'. :'..- :.';' ! ;The mass meeting' and torchlight pro cession of the Democracy of this city on Monday night were, so far as multi tude' and enthusiasm : were concerned, extraordinary;' The display has never bad its equal on this continent. If you have any , faint-hearted , Democrats in jvonr community perish the thought ! you should send them -here to see a New York turnout, And they would de spond no, more hope would still nerve hem even if defeated. The constantly recurring intelligence of - : ! -"" ' ' c NEGRO OUTRAGES " . In the South does a great deal towards strengthening the Democracy in this sec tion of the country. : c j i 1 j The horrible rapes, robberies, murders and other villainies perpetrated by the ignorani ireeamen ot the boutb, instead of 'exciting lndignatiou against-- them 6nly inspires: us with rage, and ven geance againat-tho Radicals who have pi iced them in position for the grati fication ot ineir savage; instincts, tor which they are bat partially responsi- ble, and come what may, we will eventu ally have a whita man's government a government ot sense and intelligence yet,!- i-, .-! ,) H m r.i ,-, j t ! -i : - The Northern llemocracy are deter mined on this point, and they are as a man "distinct as the billows, and one as the sea.! '...: --' To show you what heart toe have in 1 the remit, I may mefalion that ' Colonel i Legard, a wealthy gentleman, nntil re-i bently a resident of the Brevoort House, last, night offered o bet ten thousand dollars against seven thousand five hun dred that the. Democrats would carry Pennsylvania," and found - no takers. The Colonel is well known and appre ciated among the, betting circles, and the fact is significant. f n ; yl i!- c I also learn that,. J ohn Morrissey has a standing wager to the same odds. . r . THE RADICAL RING At- Albany, will be thoroughly broken np by the election br John T. Hoffman as governor of this State, and there ex ists little doubt ofjiis election. - ' The. Kadicr.l leaders, even, partially admit that Griswold has little chance in his opposition to "the people's favorite," as Hoffman has been so aptly and justly termed, and take' refuge in the assertion that Seymour will . be beaten, even in the-event of Hoffman's election..! : , ,i - This is a weak device of the enemy. To anyone who has thoroughly and thoughtfully '"canvassed, the Empire state, it must .be apparent that bey. mour is fully as dear to the 'people as Hoffman; and his election is equally cer tain. . ;. : ... " ',.,'iy .( . MISCELLANEOUS. There , is not much to report in the way ofi municipal .intelligence. The only' excitement during the past week has been the conclusion' of the disturb ance is the' whisky ring trial, in which Rollins, Harlan d. Smith: Cod have come out with flying colors, while poor Binckley Binckley, of the black' eye, Binckley, of the damaged snoot, Binck ley of the blasted bugle la consigned to obscurityv -where he" may! hang up his bruised arms as monuments of bis bout with New. York lawyers and the whisky ring. , ' ili -i i -.'j IV..,' -i ' FROM MARSEILLES. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] MARSEILLES, September 24th, 1868. " The Tempt has a letterfrom Madrid ot the zzd,. which accords exactly! with the accounts I received this. Afternoon from a person jiHtarrived thence. The capital was quiet, there had been no con met out mere was animation ana un easiness, due to the movements of troops and " to,", contradictory ; reports,',. The writer says : "Yesterday, and even" the day before, the 20th; immediately after the 'proclamation of the state' of siege, troops began to be sent southwards. I saw depart among'other corps, the 1st Regiment of Artillery, the Majorca Reg iment of Infantry, four squadrons of cay airy "and a'battalton of 'chasseurs, "under Ueneral .f avia. 1 he troops sent away have been replaced here by calling in the gens d'arihes scattered over the prov ince We ' have now .7,000 or 8,000 of them.' . .These tuardiers civiles are re puted especially devoted to the Govern ment. As to the insurrection, we know probably less than you do, for the Gov ernment publishes only what it wishes known. ' It avows the rising bf Seville, Ferrol, S?ntana, Santanda.. As to the insurrectionary elements in Madrid, they seem to have orders not to 'move at pres ent. ' The arrival of the Queen is alter nately announced. and contradicted," and this causes much comment, and con vinces people there is much confusion in the'official world. It is thought a very serious symptom. ' It is believed that Marshal Concha insists on her coming, and that she refuses. Perhaps she re fuses to accept certain, conditions which are deemed necessary." i,, : '?.':- .;! '-I ' In - connection' with this correspond ence may be taken the following anec dote given by more than one paper ss re ceived from San Sebastian and which the Opinion . Nationale thus relates : Minister Jose de la (Joncha .sent Mr. Salamanca to the Queen to insist upon her returning immediately to '. Madrid with the Prince of the 'Asturias, if she wished to save her dynasty. 'But. Mr, Salamanca added that it was necessary she should separate herself from Marfori (the reigning favorite). c,Her Majesty is said to have found that condition unac ceptable, and to have replied that the Spanish people were a shameful people (pueblo indecente), and that she was not anxious her son should reign over a na tion of robbers and assassins. .Rather strong language, bat the Queen'' is her lather s daughter, . and, moreover,, she probably how labors nnder considerable exasperation. A telegram from Bayonhe, from a person whose previous eommuni cations have proved correct, says thai Lagrona has pronounced. ....This .was unexpected. It is quite certain that, if it be true, Eepartero is at the head of the movement. We are reduced to con jectures as to how the thing came about There was an extremely small military force at Lagrona, and, situated as that place is, an open town "between Pampa lunaand Burgos, neither of which is yet insurgent, it would seem the heighth of temerity ior it io uuist tue revolutionary flag. We must suppose that it has re ceived aid from without. I mentioned about that Brigadier Questal, sent north ward against the insurgents, was report ed to have joined them. , He is a very devoted friend of Espartero. Perchance he may have deviated from his route and gone to take his orders. ' Possibly, also, Espartero may have bad news of a rising at Saragossa, which embolden ed him to make one at Lagrona. A demonstration on his part is important, because the Queen's party have placed great reliance on his attachment to the dynasty. At one time it was certainly very strong, but it may well have be come impaired by the conduct of her to whom he long professed ; the most un bounded devotion. , ,, . i Gonzales Bravo, on receiving from the Queen a hint to resign, "because circum stances required a Captain-General at the bead of the Government," tele- fraphed to his colleagues at Madrid, is telegram had not transpired, but it caused those to whom it was addressed to leave Madrid instantly, in the clothes they stood in, and without the incum brances of baggage. - 11 ':' i Further I can. only tell you that the revolution party are more than ever con fident of the success of the anti-dynastic movement. ; MEDICAL. ETntTTJA ETTl.rRTJ3 OTJEAinm HUMPHREYS' : ' "' 7 : HOJIEOPATniC SPECIFICS HAVB PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLB ' experience, aa entire success: Simple Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular use, - '- eo simple that mistakes cannot be made in . using them ; so harmless as to be free from dan ger, and ad efficient aa to be always reliable. . They have raised the highest commendation from all, and will always render aatis&ctlon. Hob.-"- ' ft; -i Hi ' Cents. 1, Cures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations. , " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Collc.38 8, " CrylnK-ColicorTeetliingof Infanuas . 4, " IVIarriioea of Children or Adults. . 6, - Dysenterr, Griping, Billons ColicaS C, " , Ckolera-ITIorbue, Vomiting.,.. .95 7, 14 fonghs. Colds, Bronchitis SS .8, , NearaJgla, Toothache, Faceache. .at 5, It eadacIieaSicklleadache, Vertigo as 10, - Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach as ' 11, 44 . 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Price (Octs. to $!. 6 -19 These Remediea, except POND'S' EX- 1 TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to ,, any part of the country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt of the price. ,. ,,,, : .Address Humphreys' Specifio Homeopathio Medioine Company, , . Office and Depot, No. 563 Bboadwat, New York. ' ' : Dr. HtrsTPHttwrs is consulted dally at his office, 1 personally or by letter, as above, for all forma of ' ; te.. Wln C 1 T r ITT T, T" TTr, OTnn ' f t ' ' - I ava no nm ox nun yauuuisiA VCw-. a -i ; .... ;. f.--i :.U. : f . . . . jylS-deodiwlj it. The Qreat Medicine tor the Skin, enreev " without tall, every kind or nn- alshUy eraptlea or the thee, - '; -: ; j. , ltehlnar,, Irrltavtlng, or . dlatreaains; cutaneous I i.i .. . ajia, on say part i: i J i L , or the person, . "It SfT, aanrfy relitoed nu of Ant mortifying emp. h'on, and I urn vote looking Quite tike a nun," writes i-: Charlen S. Noble. General Agent of alien. Central B. B., 173 Broadway, N. Y. ,., . 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HOUSE BUILDINC, aprll eouly COLUMBUS, OHIO. COAL. T. ALLEN, Agent. NESS at his present stand, i i . .. .. ,1 j No. 135 Worth High ttreef, and will take orders in--both-CAMBRIDGE and HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to tell at the lowest market price. , soy Special attention paid to Shipping, - -- ' - i myW-eodtf . CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. 7o all whom U may concern! i-'i- ' '':'. , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I - C'OLCMBUS. O.. Sept. 14, 1B08.J Notice is herebv riven that trrnreMriin. h.n instituted in the City Council of Columbus,, for ui&iiu buoiuuu.iuK improvemenvs, vo wit : For repaying the sidewalks in front of property numbered nineteen West Uroad street, of -.- Also, to construot a twelve inch atone pipe sewer on Seventh street from a point opposite the north line or tv . v.. Brown's lovon nroaa street to a point opposite the north line of the first alley north of nrnsa sireeieascox nevenin aireei. Also, for constructing stone areb out-vert of snob dimensions aa mav he reaiiired. anrnR. Itpn.fl itnu: woere tne proposed ditch crosses the same near Acbeson Isne. AUo. to establish tbe bonndarv line of Park street between North Publio lane and the bridge over tbe CCA I. C. Railway, and to erect marks at each points as tbe same may be easily known. aiso. ior gracing ana paving the unpaved side walks, guttsrs and crnssinas. and aradina and .rav eling the road wa y of Walnut alley from Fair alley vivUE rum street, ... The same to be done in aocordanea with nlafa arnt estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer and filed in the office of the City Clerk. an persons eiaimmg damages on account of said DTODOaed improvements, are reauirjui u file fch.;. Simula iu tun yuiuv ui cut, umt, in wrillUK, U U O ,!.:.. .1. cr r . v. - . t i. .- oeiore one -nrst ei uc to L. E. WILSON. .... . ieplT-dltaw4w City Clerk. ' Paving Notice. lo oil tcAosa tc may Cviteern : n CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, f i.l , (Im.nwsnR. I).. H.nt Sfl lAAft I rTotine ia herebv ffiv.n fh.f nrnMAMlinM h.v. Kmh ImaftfnlA I, Ik. tf- f- .1 C 1 1 .. 1 I 1. uig ue louowiog improvements. to-wt : . - b or grading and Davinc the noDaved sidewalks. gutters and crossings on Third straet from Hiokory aiiey w noriu street; Also, ior araoiDr ana Banns- ms anna-rert airla. walks, gutters aad crossings on 'tbe-aoata side of v, hu w UUIU 1UILU O.I CO L M CUUIIU Oil On,, . ' Also, for grading and paving tbe gutters and oross)' tngs and graveling the sikewalks and grading the roadway on Mobawk street, from South Public lane to Hjeamore street. ; . -. ,i - . jj i Also, for eradina and rerjavinr the sidewalk and gutter and crossing on Rich street, in- front of Lot 00. arenniaon'a aundiviRian ot unuot nivSB,, Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of vuspei street, irom rair alley to ront street; Also, for srradinsF and oavinr the anttera and curbing on the sontn side of Chapel street and for traveling the roadway from High, street to r air aiiev: A wo. for buildirjr a double row flaw erosslns across Linn alley at the east side of High street: Tbe 2.1 me to be done in accordance with the plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, ano niea in tne omce ot tne vjity vierx. . - All persons elaimina-damases on account of said proposed imurovements. are reauired to file, their olaims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on or oeiure ue ragateema vxay -ox aovemner, A. .A. Aeuo, . ,. . .... . . 03t5 dltaw4w ,1 ", r' ...City Clerk.- Paving Notice. 7b aU tcAora it may concern, : : 1 v,i : :::. i:fi Crrr CttBKg Ovrrci,, ' , COLDMBUS. 0., Aug. 7. 1808. L Notice is herebv ai van. that nrnceedinvahavn heen instituted in tneuity t;onnouot t;ommDu8,tormaK ing the following improvements, to-wiu ., tor grading aud paving tDe cutters and graveling toe BioewaiBsann grading tneroaoway et rarsons street irom noutn ruouc lane to Division street. Also, for STadina and oavina the unrjaved- aidi walks, gutters and orossings, and grading and grav eling the roadway of Fair alley from Rich street to Walnut alley, aad also for gradiac and graveling the roaaway of rail alley from. Walnut alley to A own street - - - - - Also, for grading Parson's lane from East Publie lane to the cornoration line. Also, for builling a double row flagstone orosi ing across Third street at the north side of Long street. Also, -for grading and paving the unsaved gutters and crossings and eradina and aravelina the side walks on John street from Cleveland avenno to Washington avenue. -The same to be dona in accordance with nlata and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil 1-lngin- er. and niea in tne omoe 01 tne liiiy iiera. All persons olaiming damages on acoonnt of said proposed improvements, are reauired to file their claims in the office of toe Clerk, in writing, 00 or before the ineteenth day of October, a. V. 1868. -Sj S(1; L. K. WILSON, -t City Clerk. aug29-dltaww' Paving Notice. To all tcAorn ii may Concern : 1 i-, -. b ,.- . 1 CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, r I ft ; . . . Columbus, 0., Sept. 31, 1S68.I Notice is hereby given that prueeedingshave been instituted in the. City Council of Columbus, for uiaMiua we luuuniux luipruTeuieuui, to-wit : - for reoaving the gutters and resetting the mrh- in; on tbe west side of Seventh street between Friend Street and Rich street. ...-.., . Also, for paving the unpaved sidewalks on the east side ot rum street between Rioh street and Cberry street.' '1 - ' - - 1.- - ; Also, for grading and graveling Chapel streel from Hiffh street to Fair allev. ' . - Also, for grading the roadway of Hamlet street north from the C. C. A C. railroad depot to the line 01 w m. neirs property.i The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the Jity umi n,ngi near, and filed in theoffioe of theCitvClerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed imarovements. are reautred to file their olaims in the office of tlie. Clerk, in writing, on or oetor. tne aeveutn day 01 novemoer. a. d. ibos, .- - L. E. WILSON,' sepJ4-dltaw4w , . , . i - - ; City Clerk Paving Notice. To all waora it may concan: . v - , 1 . x CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, t - - -. . r 1 CoLCMBlia. 0 Ana. 3t 1868.1 Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making the follower a improvements, to- wis: . - For grading and paving the gutters and crossings ano grading toe roadway on ui streel irom w a&n. inrrtnn trnnn. t.o l-..jr. Pnhlli, Ian. The same to be done in accordance with "plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil b svn'er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All Dersons olaiminsr damaaes on account of said proposed improvements, are required to' file their claims in the ofiioe of tbe Clerk, in writing, on or netore tne xiineteenta day 01 votoner, .A. AS 18DB. - - ...... ' t. : 'wn-.son- " sepS-dltaw4w"' -1' - - City Clerk.' WATCHES AND .JEWELRY. F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ' WAT 0 H ;E S ; , JEWELRY, s , , ', ". c . CLOCItS, : : ; :i,yt ;,;n ' ' SILVER ctiid ' ' ' , - , PA.A'rEI WAIIF, CANES, i ' ' SPECTACLES, cT.ERl,, ' i GOLD IE.-"S, '.6.' ..! - i.t - : r.r-l,: POCKETOOKS aadr"3'!:""! r OPERA GLASSES, IN ENDLESS 'jiRIETY. Keep constantly on band a large assortment of Beth Thomas' and Waterbury Clocks For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. ' Also, Agent. , - ior tne - I ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY."- Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass. - es (French and Geneva) in full supply at ..... low rates. 89 All orders promptly oiled and satisfaction guaran e : A;4 l: LRSQUEREUX. -' ; feble-eodlv No. 71 South High St.. Columbus. JOHN SCHNEIDER, i '.-.,.'1 '..8ALETt. I ',,.'. . ',1 WATCTIESiCIiOCKMEWELBT, i WnSICAL riiSTRIT'MKrJTSAn' 173 South High street, Columbus, 0. Reealring oarefully done and warranted.. -. - m)7-eod6m : GROCERS. r rCOLMr MILES : &: M'D0SALDSf i ' NO. 14. & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET-V,, & K, O C. E It S, PROPRIETORS COI-17It1B17- POW DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for 'he sale of . - ' ' ' 1 GARDNER, PH1PPS' ti CO.'S J. Celebrated ' Sugar . Cured . llamas .(. and dealers in .-..,-. FOEEIGN, DOMESTIO AJJD STAP;LE GROCERIES 7 " ' in all tbeir varieties. Imported Wines; Brandtes Cigars, etc. r , . - - inll-eodly r; FURNITURE. MICHAEL HALM. ' CHARLES 0. BELLOWS. 0. P. L. BUTLBB. .j, I A ' . . ,...9-- HALM, BELLOWS & BUTLER, FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS Flos. 216 Ai 818 South Hltrh -. - ' : coiuMBrs, ohio;1 7AT6 ewle Manufactory U at (As root of " ftStOol." tt3sJj. J . Tbeir business transactions, both Wbolesaleand Retail, new extend throughout -the States of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manutacture PARLOR. BEDROOM, DINiNGROQM, ...HALL, AND .... . KITCHEN ..FURNITURE;., : . , of all elassei and every design- of superior work manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of averv description. Wholesale aad Retail. '- j tebB-decdiT .xtli-i4 AJjJwJ U..oii,.-r:i:-i- . ' - .- J.' L . i .J. a Ov- ,., .JfAPER WAREHOUSE. niir PAPER VAREIIOlisET flmmz .oiTAso:; . -i.'ifi 1 vn'vt! . The'atteutioB of the Trade Is called to the supari , ... or atoek of ..St.fiiAJd .i ,1,1AH1 ..133 .1 H'lUf tr . 1 a PAPERS Tl OF 7 ILL RINDS, Jt received ' nd f - real) by NlVIXS t- - . 77 -i SS. SS Ae AO NORTH EUOtf3a, .; .! r (if .ytoi'-t , -rZ' - c o x u mb u s.- y. k ; ,'7 nw i- C.,Jii'5303-:(I . x:. lOur stock eoapriaeg a full line ot it sr-iTT-g gftv Book-V 10 a f aijjiw .lodais') ts "!!DTKJ! nig .emio -jirvvt.-) jp.-hj, soi Wrltihs;'s?,MI j3a "mmH act ,':..t 1) lo A JT C' ' " .T,! ,"Xln.ap'e , 1 t-o!-j ojoO .Waavafullstoskef. r Of all iLsea'and varieties, wbloh wtH be sold aTCUi .i- v,, ,., itowawarketraAei.;i)t-m .jrcjiii;uio Vim ea trf4 Jiioso.i tSnaotnMJ O j.n DEFsL: a -. 33 tJSl 1. -8 :-t.V !tK-i ti 8MT 8-iJ i(f!fJ-Ol 80 Ot fm nnaitrTkaaJasBa1 in ihm Atfv .nAlMiftia.aT -u:) ,-.0 H j-i ',SJJ. 10 TlatSI R. ! R.n C HECK'rTTA And- BLANK. ckmt ! -:'--M I it 10 aa i iftlw "A.t ..::iu; tio !' T-HfiO t-1 siii(oa G I TE" US',n;A'il 0'!Al;I'-33 '" -i ' ii: iJ'Hi-i a-Mi.4 3r.slt,kut,-il zndl NErns & H1YERS. ' ov8"' - -- ; . iOiiij i., i..i.u:;q itat'. -'-ii INSURANCE. 1 Auditor of State's Clsrtificaie AS TO' THB BUSINESS AN9 AFr AIB.8 OP TBX 0t ' coItinestal ixsijMNiS,, Ubae a?;-.3Ab-.-) i;.5l.t-..,-I:i il.iil o..!i-k.i ,, , OF NEW, YORK. ,. . FOB TITS YIAE iSDlSTS BKCKXBXB 31J86tX Capital fullypaid ap..... Amount of available assets- . . . .&00!00r 09 CERTIFICATE FOR PCRLtCATlON. V.i'-f 0: 'AUDITOR OF"BTATE'8 OFFICER , , Dbpabtmbut of Inscbaxcb. T - .3 ? .'.! ! COLCUBOg.i., rebruary 15,1868.) 7 It is hereby certified. That tbe Continental (Fire) Insuraroe Com oaoy, located at New York, in that State of New York, has complied, in all respects, with the laws of this State relating to such Insur ance Companies, for thee-neot year, aid has filed in 'his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper Officers, showing its condition and business, at the date of such, statement, as follows : ... . . Amount of actual paid-up Capital.... fSOO.ooo 00. Aggregate amount of available assets. .. .114,480 W Aggregate amount ot Liabilities., line. . . . . ' f Re-insurance ' S81.W! 8 Amount ot income for the pre eding year 801AB8 M Amount of expenditures for the preoed- . , . ing year 681,443 47 In witness whereof, I have hereunto Bob'serined mv came, and caused .the-Seal of my sealJ Office to be affixed, the day and year above - written. , , T ,. 1 1 JAS. H. GODM AN". Auditor of State. By JA8. WnJJAMS,Cbiat Clerk-,u.; ..-. .11 Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., agents, - S (NATJGBTOli BliOCK).' ' . "-!:Uv:.J lOUiJI ; i; -f-.'j iitliu ttetaa8t8Usi ' ; s.-!. d: ''i i; i'.'.-tM-.A-i a jdRrt ' ' ' ' rt - , no.".i.: 3iiJ T 0 -. .. J. i V"V.-' :f.-.U ri 1 - - -q r!J .r,.'! "J edj ,.T-:.-it,i'.;.i ort itl .,;,sjq toI AS TO TBI BU8INBS8 AND AFFAIRS OF THS 9r!i PACIFIC INSURANCE ! aiB SIN BTR.ABICISCO. CAf. j CERTIFICATE FOR PWIHCATtOW? 1 ui l; St'Sf- u--:: V'l?" -!'-t aulf 1 AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.) ! J- '- i - DKFABTMBNT OF IltgrBANCE. ' lA ; -,t. t.. Columbus. Sept. I9tb le68. r. It is hereby certified. That tbe Pacific Insurance ' Company, located at San Franoisoo, in the State of California bas complied, in all respects, with, tbe laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com panics, for the onrrent year, and ha filed inu taisj offioe a sworn statement, by tbe proper , cffioeral : showing its condition and bnsiness. at the date ot such statement, aa follows, gold cuirency t, .-, - p r j , Amount of actual paid up Capital.... 81,000.000 CO Aggregate amount of available aasets. . -1,589,818 w Aggregate amount of Liabilities.. ..,. SiSSO SeV Amount of income for the preceding year ' ..: 708,003 70 Amount of expenditures Sor -the- pre- sc I , ceding year... , 33,e8fj XV In witness whereof, I have hare unto subscribed ''. 1 my name, and caused the Seal of my Office' seal.., to be affixed, the day and yea above, written. " Vt -at.-. ! V: -.HjAS."WILLIAM8.-oia Chief Clerk; lox Auditor . o State,.t Geo. F.0,.H'arra & Co., .Agents, ;u u; .Naoghtoji BlocJ.j v:.i.ia I"'', 'rf CoIaisitB Omiia ' "j-.- .'.i.-.r! i :'r a ; 3l .Jqni . n -it-t'. -'-- . ' 0 ' ; -J" AS ribuJe ' .... :.t ; ; .-.-:. .1 i ;-. r " -;i-t .r:irtiltsn ,. ! ... -0 :- : ir-fJt,I d AS TO THB BUSINESS AND AFFA1KS CP TEE NORra BRIThn.i MERCANTILE : INSURANCE COJIPAilVsU'I Of London rand Edinburgh. - '' ' '" ': AUDITOTJ OF STATE'S OFFICE..'"51, t lviJU V"i 1nbt;aio8 alrraJtrarBwr.- oi I . , . , ... Columbus. O S.pt- 18. 1868,). If Is' hereby certified. That '.the North British I and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of Loadoa aad ; Edinburgh, has comi lied in all resptcu wuh tter laws of tbis State relating to Fire Insurance Com : panics of fbreigbo Gevernments, for .the yvrrrm) year, including tne deposit of One Hundred Jhou ' sand Dollars for the seoarity of Pol ley holders rA siding in the State ol Onio. ant) that the sworn,, ; statement of its proper officers, filed in this d opart - ment shows its condition and business at the sate 9 of suoh statement (X)w 8LJ8fi7) as follows : ; Amount of actual paid up oopilal-4 s. . 1SO,000 Aggregate amount of available assets 813 03.803 SS Aaarecate amouat of Habilltiea.-.. Amount ,of ineom . for the preceding jjnjjj-f Aniountef "expenditures fw' .''CFIXT ing year 1.737,968 34 In withess1 whereof. I hari hereunto sqbscrrhed - ' n name an esaaed the Seal of ary UWeatl 88AI.J.' to. be affixed thoday .D JJfjJms JAS. BV GODMAH; AndilotfastsStabBaAd By Jam. Williams., Chief .Cle.k. . Mw Geo. F. O'Harra & Co., Agents, (t, ACOHTOK BLOCE). L' '" M.'lf jULMUJ1! l-i'.CeIaBJTarg,Ow''UJ 1 ootldI!aw3w-tbA-t .7.L ci 7.1 mm