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pretty serious iklrtnWhat the Eighth Ward
(... a w could mate ft 6uf. rte row com-
nienoed because of a ttempttoote n
rroes In that wardrand the subsequent!
throwing of a atone bv V nezro.' In the
melee, Dr. Coulter Was badlyheaten and
Henry Booth was hit a time or two.
TKarnitAT. Considered from . a local
point of view, yesterday was precious dull.
Everybody wee busy In "raiiymsr to im
nii..-hriniriiiff .out every voter;" 'see-
Inirthat the blind, the lame and the sic
cms their .ballots,": attending in fact.to
every body' business but their own. ' The
result to that the St ite House and Court
House and Mayor's Office irave us nothing
eat of which we could manuf icture en
Item. It waa emphatically a dull day.
Th Election Yrstbrdat. With the
exception of a skirmish or two In the
T Ulrd and Eiiihth Ward? the election pass-.
ed off very quietly In this eis yesterday.
A very lull vote was cast, and the Democ
racy-In every; ward and township show
Kreat gains. Even. In the Second ward, the
stronghold of Radicalism, the vote shows
a Democratic (tain of ten. The other wards
show a corresponding Increase..
A Good Appointmsnt We are pleased
to team that our friend O-B.' Stone. has
baeit appointed by' Secretary . MaCulloch.
Internal Revenue Storekeeper, for Frsnk-
in county. -We don't know what the d
ties "of the ofB ;e tny be, but whatever they
are Oren will discharge them faithfully and
well.' A first-class book-keeper and acount
ant. a faithful and honest man, no better se
lection qould haye been made la thedlstrict,
We are Rial to see that the powers that be
are wWrnsr'it reeot:nl abllijjy and faith
fulness,iwhether outside or In their party
Siteeess t Hr. Stone. (May he keep 4a. the
"direct line ot promotion" until he realizes
the promt position- of Collector of Internal
Revenue for the Seventh district.
ZNssytLta cas. J'P.';-Sprlnffer;
President of Zmesvllle Drlvinjr Park As-
Boctktlon h-k oar thanks .for an ..invitation
to bBDresent at the fall rawtlng to. be held
In ZtnesvUlee Thursday Frldsyaud Sat-
urdayofthis week. We would give an
I 1 8
ear to be present. DU-Musine uu-
ness." The premiums onerea amouni, w
$1,450, and competition Is open to all, Wm.
Mc'Dotiald has a filly we would like to see
skrpatthis-taeetlniWe think she eauld
hake them ud a little bit. On the first
day there will be two running and one trot
ting races. Second day, a runing race of
two-mile heats, three in nve a nan mueaa'n
and atrot to harness. The last day running
wfiile beats, three irf five;-'pacla
race to harness, three in five, and a trotting
race of the same dimensions. This meeting
promises some excellent sport, and will be
larzelV'attended by the lovets" of the turf
from tlie central portion of the State,
. TbbItkr To-kight The most excellent
Compatty'now- performing-af thr Opera
House to-nieht presents a splendid bill.
Tba Hffn'eymoon we cossider' one 'of the
most' dsllghttul; comedies on . the 5 stage.
Taking the same story for a foundation as
Shakespeare did for bis Tamingthe Shrew,
Tobln In the Honeymoon has mide'a far
more effective and interesting comedy
than Shakespeare ever dreamed of. ' r There
Isflot a bad part Id the play.'-Every line
gleams7w-ltb , wit. and bright . thoughts
every scene is brilliant in situation ; every
act conveys a great truth. "This brilliant
Dlay will receive justice at the hands of
Mr. Lanergan's company, and. .we would
adse 'afl who weuld enjoy a delightful
evening to visit the Opera Honse to-night.
The afterpiece of the -Two Buzzards Is
excessively amusing. Altogether the bill
in on a that must" ulease. , f i , , A "
' LOCAL NOTICES.
Lost On Friday night, a gold and jet
breast-pin' -The finder' will bo' rewarded
by leaving it at the drug store of S. E.
Samtel. No. 79 Sooth High street, octl4 It
Meals at all hours, at Gloss and Wilper's
The largest stock ot goods ever brought
to this city, cousisting of French, English,
Scotch, and ItallaaCloths and JCassimeres
for suits. Beavers and Chinchillas lor
OverTOagetc"etCcaii"bb found at'- 'K-'
, - jog. Gundersheimek's,
octl3-dMtC3: CJII NeUHoase
For Sale House and lot, corner ol
Franklin and Washl-ofon Avenue. Most
desirable nrooertv: .tcsold at a bargain
.Enquire Old. W . MOOi., JMO-.S west JNOrtO I
streets ,0.1 A3 .SJais'tlCOJ it Z.T.' SZ3
octl3-dtT ,5iJC?l KS .i:-jliA3 .SIuOJ j
For GentsTurnishingGoodg, the finest
in tbettf'jrach;. as tfeck. ,Tlev Gloves,
Socks, Under Shirts and Drawers, go to
octl3-dl0t. , ...... No. 7 Nell House.
FatsB Baltimore Oyster of the? eel e
brateai. i, BmU4-Drant,.re nowreceivca
daiiyTfarge; fat and primVby Wm. -Dick-
inson, at bis saJoon,"No. 64 North High
street. These superior oysters may be bad
there by-the Case, can or single dish; any
vray jthafrpatronl may desire to take them,
andat prices as low; as charged, by any hojge
in ttje city.Don't iorgetthe place where the
finest oysters, fresh from their1 native beds,
may be had daily.-lT iZ'.HT
octl2-mwedI3fect.N3i. ci uen r'i)
New BEADrBaave Suitsand .French
Walking Coats in Blue, Black, brown and
Daibla, got up in 'Custom' style,' at
ocU3-dldi ''" ' ' No:-7 Nell House.
vrrf, t: mm ' TS.'lia.- I .('
AlKIM ZO TH TXKTKJ 1ST ST WttJ 0O-
mo a expression,"' But we' think' armed
to embellish and preserve-tbem to a ripe
old ajje is ecldedjy rmpre beneficial and
appropriate this canf only be done by
keeping yofirseU- kl ways supplied with a
bottle of that renowned and Imperishable
delight of everyBladyVubfgenaemans
toilet, the fragrant Sozodont."'--t ''
Alway feady tof use,SpaldlSV5lue''
TKT-jnaeio-eouoincw ., ft., .
If you wish to sate ten dollars ih 1 Suit
leave your measure at -i. tit m r. .t
ocffdl6ii' '" No -7 NeU Hou'saJt
Otiywta Otstbrs Oysters-? ' .'. a
Go toBiicViey'stoe 6ye Qystemao)
16 E. Broadway, to buy Spencer, Angur &
Co.'S. CbesapeaKB iy oysters j
aug5-dtonov28 ' . .
CSiftHjiii a.hd .Beaver Overcoats,' Frock
and Sack, Custoin-.inade, at:..; , ;.u ;,
.t,r.'i V7.J0S. GCMDBBSHBIMER'Si t :
ocm-Jt" 9& Nea.Bouse.',
Gloss A WnipER's Restanrant opetr day
andnightlnsj W'""'","w oct7-dtf
.O i ii . i ii iw . i ' : 1' Tfu
HotLOWAT'sOTHBHT- The reopening
of old .wounds to a souroe of great suffer
ing to thoasandSi"-8ome weunds, pn be
other anc, are nveE perfectly -olosed- In
either casef whethethe wound hasdgen
been apparently healed- has i violently
brokati out afresBj-Holloway's Ointmetft.
applied ar, a"ffresingt wni eventually 'iei
the orifice with sotmtl ile6tk and perma-nently-Vrevenranjf
iurtbor pain'o'r trouble
from th parfcT Sold by all Druggists. - tn
111 I I gal gj Mil H E35H3?Sgg "Q-pqH--qx j je g
j gil I j i; sir I r I r ggggggggiif g 'w,.Hn
? Ill; II ggj gl I H I i I g2iSgggs 1 a,viJ -a mm ggs
Mil' j gS: B: : : : : : SSSggi H"i!q UUJtt 3?
CO a W - . -ir-tQCa- at - tjC
:, ItVi 85l 5? j ij g3ifg!fgsq-poovnrr isjffe
; gg: ii Eg! g; ; : : ; i t ggggggggSgg V ''""M "Y "iQf g
j lr j ? ggg; 111 M ' ssailgggsgg -H-.jap0gl?i
j tth SSsl: si IM 1 1 f g31Slla5g""q,w"0-. . ,f :
I 4 gsi "M l -l.f I j Isg?f2gflgal"- a'"" f "x'f -2
I ai! I -I. gg; : sH lii l I sgatgllgEggi-q'i-J-P"
gi'li II II geagfgsgggii a-aif),
j sglil S: g:4 r? I I I Bg?lgg5SI"n,-W"'M'0T"'"0 FftP
I 1 11! I I ss gl II I I I I 3sglg:gggl "q-ewin iw If
I i;l gglgli'! H:l I ggggagsagl'y',,3'','da,Mi"'fo
Mir 1 1 is! gl ll ll lj iggsiisasssl a-swi-w
1 ls! I igjl gl 1 1 ! d I ggggalHgl""J9q9's TH
I 1 If s; gl I I I II IggllglSgggh-q-a-dmmM ll.--.
ou our ihjiuuiubiiod ui uuisaya iBnureiy
.new, and bur2 own;The; rum' and, other
Boys' and Youth's' Suits, ' from 4 to 18
years of age. in the latest styles, at -r
No. 7 Neil House.
Jbxxff '& DbButts. Locksmiths and
bell hngers.at NoJilXortb High street.
are now prepared to hang parlor and hotel
bells in the neatest aod latest "style. Sew
ing, machines ' repaired and;jsatsfactIort
guaranteed. Models built for patentee?,
and all kinds ol light machinery made and
repaired. " Keys ol alLdesoriptlon 'always
on band, and sate and7 Jail locks made and
repaired. ; : ; mayZSrSrrly
oftkh " fceefc. but generally provideace
in . . h, . t
c6n8Il3ered heretofore Impossible to achieve
by careful study or experiments. But "Dr.
Johnston's Specific" Is the result ot years of
study anrl experiments guided by tha Al
mighty Providence, which b as. led the. Dr.
to discover . those plants ol the vegetable
kingtlom that will destroy the appetite for
- rf ,j. -i i
on . . . . ' .
.First Premium Miuxsert Simmons',
Opera Block, invites the ladies to call to-day
aad see-, the bonnets, hats, &cthat took
the first premium at the Fair. Exhibition
fret. . . octl0-eod3t
Simmons', Opera Blocs;, as every lady
expected, took the first-premium at the
Fair for millinery1 goodsand the1 fair are
invited to call and 'see them-.
pcU0-.eod3t .') . ntt a . ::: ! vi
Nervous Debilitt, with its gloomy at
tendants, low spirits, depression, Involun
tary emissions, losr of 'semen, spermator
rhoea, loss of power, dizzy- head, loss of
memory: and . threatened impotence and
imbecility, find a sovereign cure in Hum
phreys' Homeipathlo- Specific No; Twenty-Eight
'Composed of the most valuable,
mild and potent Curatives, they strike .at
once at the root ot the matter, tone up the
system, arrest the " discharges, and impart
vigor and, energy, life and vitality to the
entire man.- They have cured thousands
of cases.! . Price $3 per package of six box
es and vial, which Is very important in ob
stinate or old cases, or $1 per single box.
Sold by all Druggists,' and sent by mail on
receipt of price. Address Humphreys'
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co, 662
Broadway,1 New Vork."fyI3-deod&wIy.;;
i "i'l" ; KkwTobk, August 7th, 1868. "
; Mr. Editor r-i-Sfcveral of your corres
pondents, very eld and respectable no doubt,
seem' to' be wonderfully exercised as to the
origin of onr Plantation Bitters?. So
long as these Bitters are all that we repre
sent them - to be, we do not know that it
makes . any difference from - whom i they
come, or rrom wnence they originated;
but for the information of the public gen
erally, and old Copf.' Wents in particular,
we will say -that he told the truth, and that
these Bittersorigin'ated in !the West India
Islands that many of the ingredients have
been favorably, used for overja century
materials are the same, and as your cbrres
pondent says, a better Bitters and Tonic is
nof madeiitWe recomraend them particu
larly for dyspeptics, fever and ague, debili
ty, loss of appetite, and in all cases where
a tonic and stimulant is required. '
P. H. Drake & Co .
21 Park Bowr.
. .15. ti
Imported German Cologne, and sold at half
tne price. : !d
... RNY-sept33-deodfcwlyew: V C3 & 2
. 1 1 i ) 51 . I ! ill
.11 JliC ! iL
We are wntantiypnrena;Hig foresih in tnTBew
Tork aod Bostoo Mujulv all kinds of -r .
Ull.lT J 1 VIV Ullf VU . T. W 17 OL'
ttSOV 1AC Aa.,' Cii, OW
Whlon we are aetnallr MllimF-at-an aTerra nriea
of One -1I l IV (ovli,ci,rttasle;j Onr
rates being strictly for. fiash, and. oar trade mneh
larger tbau that of any Ather aimilar eeooem,tu
a bin u to Sire better bargains than eaa be obtr.in
ed of antctherlioiue., ,
en-a-S ?'-' 5a 'tiTi-Sa1 inWi
A M.JkM m m m ' -
Axe eepeelalty iavited Id give-as tnal.'"'. h'jioW
'BlMD F0S A ClBCCLAI AlfO EzOSAKSB LtST,
j-,-u ...i -,:. j'.. ..J
a.ni toaatentnea fnontain. .W, rf rikii.vi.
uMDinii,j,i.iii iiih i. m iuiiuwhi 1 1 f r ax I.
pen fountains ana eneots deseribina-
2u aiuvreoii arnuic mi. ue auta xur a aouar aon; 4U
for 8: to lor SS; 180 for ie.-c' Sent by mail.
GmtiMalerMr Mm Meaeeerval in aum other
prm, aooording t. aise-el einb. .. Mingle loantaia
ana cnecK, iu oenta. maieann female agenti want
ed. ulHIenrln Hea-ietereal .g tiers.
Bend ns a trial club, and -on will acknowledge
that yon cannot afford to bay goods of any. other
huoae thereafter. -r... ' '-. ... e-.
'EASTMAN KESDA1 L,
SS Uano.w street, Boston, At ass,
i . 1 1 1 - ; . ' i i . - 1 - f ft . i
John Wittman." plaintuT.i State of Ohio, Frank-
!!, - against - -1 lin eounty. Conrt of
Henry- Jiaurer. defendant.) - Common Fleas-
Tt K 8AIO HE.tBY tllCRCK, DC
fendant, will take aotice that on th 1st day
of October, A. D. OaoS. the said plaintid, Joseph
Wittman, Sled his petition in th Court of Com
mon Fleas in and for the county 'of Franklin and
Htate of Ohio, to reoover from the said defendant
tee sum of One Thousand- dollars, with interest
fiotn the 3d da of September, A. 0. 1868. on bis
certain- promi sory note due upon said day, and
unpaid, aod praying for ajudg nent for said amount
with interest as aforesaid, ead that tbe said
plaintiff haa caused an attachment to he levied, in
said cause, upon tbe following described property
belonging to said defendant, to-wit: Lots, num
bered 11. 13, 13. H, 15, 18, 17, 18, IB. SO, SI, 8, 80, 31.
39, 33, 84, S. 86. 87. SB, 0, 41 , 4i, 43, 44. 45 46 47 48
49. 60. 61, 62 63. 64. 65, 68. 7. 58. 58 and W in Heery
Maury's addition to tbe city of Culumbus. in said
county of Franklin and State f Ohio, as marked
on the plat of said addi tion recorded ia the office of
the Recorder of Frenkhn county.
The said defendant is required to answer by the
third -Saturday after the th i day of November.
' By 1)b!131tUato, his att'ys. . l
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'wti.i. Rft.r.OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP-
1--ERT Y fan tha oif Oolambus.- a farm of ISO
of. lass neas- vw,uw wwaky m wa ir
nntyr.Ohiand &Jj"X-lZ 2
Jrosiroaae. hat bout OB.it and twenty r thirty
acres oleared It ta vary n iuo. ana weu iiin
k.Mut with walnut, ath. nuar-tlo and spice busch
A good bargain will -l&uig-I
1 Office, corner of Bigb sod Bros stiwttt. ,
OHIO FUKNITTJEE CO.,
F'U'ENITU R E" !
j Nos: 6, 7 anti 8,A KI
Gwjnne Block, East Towa Street
, Hahegoay, .Rosewood and Wal-
wt In Halr-clotb Oreen Reps and'
Brocatellc' '-: u Ki '-? A '!!'! .' A czt. -
; i,vii.l'j.!; .-.iw ;." i.l !tfcoi
- Reeeweed, Walnut, Chatut
and Oak, fialshed ia Taraiah aad ,
Dining Room Suitsr
1 WaJsait CheatBat aad Oak Ex
lentil oin. Table! Walant aad Oak
laine "CH Irs)1 Caae-eeat aad
Wood ; Oak aad Chestnut Side
I. -. fwn I
Haiiclota, irea Repasvaaad
baastk Lesages Secretariesf
Book Cases aad Ctaeerea.
Hasb, Cellos, Hair and' Sprlac'
SI a I T-fwes. ' ; ; -; .''.''''"'- , . , ,
1 -.: ' -i . .... . .-i v. r t-.'I
Tucker's, Joaesaad DeCanp'ifJ
Patens Sprins Bed-Jiotloms.
' We have the above articles of the latof t style!
aad of euperior quality, botb in material and finish
and guarantee orioeaaa low. as AtiT bouae in the
trade.- ... .. ;.: .
; OHIO FURNITURE CO.'
. ' I J. K. BRITTINGHAM. Snpt.f .
B. HI Howe Trees. . .. , .. s . .. -,., ..'
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THE PLACE TO BUY,
( LAMP ' GOODS,'
Kerosene Cbandelie-i. ' -..
; . Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps, - i: n
Tte newest and beet kindJ Burners, Chimneys,
Wicke. or antthint; in the Lamp line, for lighting
Uhurotus, lialls or Dwe'linis, U at
. '. . mCUKflKI 4 . Depot,
i Sos. 8 East Fourth and 168 ilain street.
i . CAS
. Halt J.ignu.
uM.i.Mj.ki. ..... r i. '
j.:- Portable Llaht. .'. . .... j
' -j n : , ' i. Ceiling and '
Window Reflector Lights,
i .' " tihides. Globes,
. f ) ' .. ' 'i -. -.' '' Smoke lie.ls.
Or anything in the Gas Fix tire line, is at' ' :u
ilcUENKV & CO.'A Depot.
PIPE AND . FITTINGS'.1 '1''"
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Galraniied),
Cut-troa suit ipet ..a . -jzrt'tj .
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe. ,.
Alalleableand t ast-irun r ittmgs.
I ,01 i--: i. Steam Valves, fetop Cocks,
. ties. Service, a d i j.
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitti oit line, is at lt!, ,
Kos. 8 fcasl Fcnrtb and 162 llaiu street., .
Pumps & 1 Plumbers Goods.
Cistern aod Weil Pumps, . ':' .
XiUt and r orce ramps, . (
r,.;'. Beer Humps, Harden Pomps, Ac.,.. ,;'
: Bath TubK. Closets, . f
l, - ash-ftands. Wash Trays,",,
'1""i,s" -L- ' Bath Hoilers: Sinks:1
Ac. Ac Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at
juontjMt x. uu.'S Jjepoi.
9P- -" tw. n .? r " f
& Steam Fitters! Tools.
V-cnftiDg Machines, Stocks and Dies. I 'rills,
.n4- T.n. P.,nIT V in. !,, tl.r Ti Vm.
tA.inat-H .nil- T.tm - P.tAnr fine- 4?iit,frrf TVtA
eat and1' Ortinarv ' Hine Tones: -Kioe ises.T
Meter and -Burner Flyers, Gas rttersu ia.n-i
gers. Chisels, 4e.,- e. tvervtbirig In the- above"
line alwa.s on band and for ale at tbe mDofaetnra
rt tnrfe rates.-at 1 .- -i ' '. ' '.'
8 East Fonrlb 6c 168 nalar Strt,
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Esecutor s t Sale: lOfJEleal
3.1- y rl'l m
IN PCRSTAK C K OF AH O R DER or
tbe Court of Common Fleas of Franklin oonn-.
ty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, on i
tbe Hth day of November . 1868. at 1 o'clock. P. M..
upon tbe oremies. tbe following described' real es
tate, si'nate in iranann eonotv, unio, oeiog tne, .
VRBb nail section ii. iui luwupuip im, nui. .1,
Mfuf.fi tract, exeentirje- therefrom 200 .crep olf the
south side tberer-f new owned- by fclifha- Wbiteell
and tinldah W hiuell, owoining US -and SS-100
aoresj Haid real estate will be sold in three eeaal
of 438-100 acret each, fronting gn the ooun-
XiOt No 1. whleh (r tiiel loath one-thtrd, -It ap"
praised at S4 per aore. ' . ;i..iajj.ti
Lot No. 8, tiemioVile third, at tBO per aore. -ai.a
rliotno 8. the north third. ttweS per acre.
, . L . , . i i . -. . , .,
items ot oaie unripirq.i nana, lue reaiauo
Ooe-tbird in hand, the
in one and two veers from-chelavof sale, with aa--
nnal interest, teow xf -) Jr-P1f$m J oit, jh Prea-
I will also sell at the same tiao-aad -place, a lot of
corn in shook: also, some hay and buckwheat.
Terms marie known the ia of .ale. '
Octi6. less. ANTHONY W. TAYLOR, t
I . Exeentorof Daniel Whitsell, dee'd..
. LQsoi LTCosvsjtas. Att'y.. ' . oots-w-tt
. -I .
... xlien i i.muu, . . .
U.m.m1? Ilr..v. n.fonitant.l
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NUllCe. 13 rtr.r.joi iu inr, niu
defendant that tbe said pUintiff lias filed her
pa ition in toe oourt oi .imjluluiju i-ieaa ior inn.
County of Franklin, in the State of Ohio, praying
the said Court for a dissolution ot tne marriage be
tween the said plaintiff and defendant, for tbe
reasons. 1st. Vt tne gross negieotoi auty Dy. tne
defendant, in bis utter failure to make any provl- '
sion whatever for her support, and 2d, ' his wilful!
absence for more than three years. - , ' --The
application lor divorce as aforesaid win be
beard at the. Jiovember, Term of tbe sail! Court
(1868). ' .; .? .-.v. LLK KOVE. -
September, 30. 1868. , , ,;.,;. PctVwW-r
Drs.; Warner &. Emminger,";
rtEGABDIflGTt.il tEETH OF THE
K first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. So. 18 East llioad street. -.-1. 4,,
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den-
tist. r n- i.. -"- n-.-," . ev -
ArtiSoial teeth made by u are worn with com-,
fort and serve tbe purposes t soeech, mastication
and beauty. As Dentists we aim to be the iesf , and
turnisb all that's good.
, Teeth extraeud without pin-. -f -.ir wSo- r-.
I; Farinerji and FarmersLSoiis- ..j
. . :
Wanted toJngige ta businesit during th frallC
and Winter, paying from SI50 to fSuO per month.
Vni fa i"neZWLER. -'MsUURDY A '-jbo'lVl A
i-ct8-f" le-ao at incinna.i. Ubjo.-I
7o all ficm it niaf
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 1
CoLCMBCB. O.. Sept. H, 1SC8.I
Notice Is hereby given that proceedings bare been
Instituted in the City Couooil of Columbus, for
makina the fallowing improvements, to wit :
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street.
Also, to eonstruot a twelve inch stone pipe sewer
ou Seventh street from a point opposite Ihe sorts
line of W.C Brown's lot on Broad street to a point
opposite tbe north line at the first alley north of
Broad street east of Seventh street.
Also, foroonstruoting stone aroh culvert of suoh
dimensions as may be required, across Broad street
wber the proposed ditch erosses the same near
Aho, to establish the boundary line of Park street
between North Public' lane and the bridge over
Ibe C 4J. A I C. Railway, and to erecU marks at
Euch points as the same may be easily known. - -1
Also. for graoiDg and paving tbe unpaid side
walks, gutters and crninsa, and grading and grav
eling the roadwe v of Walnut alley from Fair alley
west to r rent street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civilngneer
and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.- - - -
All persons olaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tbe offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on o
before the Thirty-first a ay of October. A. T. 1S68.
- - , - - j L. . WILSON. - r
seplT-dltawlw . I J a . k City Clerk. 1
7b all whom it mnv Concern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
! Columbus. O., Sect. 28. 1868.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted in the City Conncil of Columbus for mak
ing the following improvements, to-wit:
i For grading and paving the unpaved -sidewalks,
gutters and croraings on Third street from Hickory .
alley to North street; ? ' f - :' .-
Also, for trading and paving tha anpaved side-'
walks, gutters and crossing! on the south-side of
ortb street, from Third street to Fourth street;
' Also, for grading and paving tbe guttersand cross
ings and graveling the sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South Public lane
to Sycamore street.
Also, for trading and replying: the sidewalk and
gutter and oro;sine on Rich street, in front of Lot
&o. 6ot Dennisou's subdivisian of outlot No. 39;
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
Chapel street, from Fair alley to Front street;
- Aiao. fur ffradinr and oaving the gutters and
eurbing on thesonth aide of Chaoel street and for
graveling the! roadway front High street to Fair '
A.ao. for bnildinr a donble row flag crossing
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
i The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in theofficeof the City Clerk..
, All persons claiming damages on aooount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
olaims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before tbe x.igateenth day ot November, A. u.
o:tS dltaw4w City Clerk.
To aU vXom it may concern ;','.'
Citt Clsre's OrricB.J
I Columbus. O.. Au. 27. 1808. (
Notioe is herebygiven. that proceedinashave been
instituted in tneuity Liounouoi uujumous.lur malt.
log the following improvements, to-wit--- - -i-
f or trading and paving the nutters and graveling
the sidewalks and grading theroudway of Parsons
strtet from South Public lane to division street.
-Also, for grading and- paving: tbe unpaved side
walks, gutters and crossings, and grading and grav
eling the roadway of Fair alley from Rich street to
Walnut alley, and also for grading aod graveling
the roatway of Fair alley -from Walnut alley-to
wo street : ; - - : ' -
Also, for gradin9:''Parsnnv8 lane from East Puhlie
lane to the corporation line,
A'so, for building a double tow flagstone orofs
ing across Third street at the north side of Long
street..- --- - ".--
Also, for grading and paving the nnpsved gutters
and orussinss and grading and graveling the side
walks on John street from Cleveland avenue to
The same to be done in aeaordanes witholats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed in the office of tbe City Clerk.
All persons Manning damages on oo nnt or said
proposed improvements, are required to .file their-.
claims m theomee ot the .Clerk, .in writing, oner
before tne nmeteentn oay or uctnoeT, a. u. ieoa.
i v urn uiu
q auwumi may wmcern: u
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
Columbus, O., Sept. 31, 1868. (
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
institated An' the Citr Cvan.il of Coiceubua.'-fcr
maanug tbe fofloirinr Hn-provemen ts, to-wit
t or repaying tne gutters ana resetting tne curb
ing on tbe west side of Seventh street between
rnend street and Kieh street.
Also: for niim the- onnived sidewalks ont the i
east side of Filth street, between r.Uioh, street aad
Cherry street. ' .
Also, for grading and graveling -Chapel street
from High street to Fair alley.
Also, tor grading tbe roadway or Hamlet street
orth from the 11. C. A C. railroad depot to tha-line
of Wm. -Neil's property. - ' - --A
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the oih.ee of the City Cleric !- - --
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in tbe office of tl.e -Clark, in writing, on or
before tbe seventh day ol novemoer. A. u. loba.
Ii. ti. YVILSUPI, r-sep24iltaw4w-r
rw- .r-w f v r . City Alierlr r
To all whom it may Concern:
- -.,.-- ' OITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I. . ...
, a."-- Columbcs.O Aug. 31. 1868.1'
Notice is herehv given, that m-oeeedinss have been
instituted in the City Conncil of Columbus, for
making the followii g improvements, to-wit:
For grading and paving the gutters and crossings
and trading the roadway on Oak street from Wash
ington acenue to cast .roronottane..
The same to be. donee in accordances with
and estimates to be prepared by the' City Civi
gin'er. and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, re requved to- file their
claims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Nineteen to. day of October, A. D,
sepS-dltawt u,iJ ."--.-- c-ltT TJIerH.-"
BOOKS "WASTED ' FOR BLVDISGv-
ANY hooks. iHAGiziajESiiBREET
bound in a nice firm binding. :praniptly" at, low
nuoiv. aw., ag luati juu .a unvv
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tneoity by givii-g notice tnrpugn postf mce, or at
FranklfoSteam cB'ook Bindery
. I ."jrmnn-f akd
BLA.KK BOOK MA.NTJFACTOEY,
One of the largest and best -appointed Binderiet id '
the State. t:n:..u a.
Room 34, 38, 38 Nertli Hlg;b Street,..
(Over Messrs. Nev'ns A? "Myers", aid Statesman'
I Steam Frintiog Umces.)
BLANK BOOKl,, i ) j,ri IU!o
BLANKS BOOKS! N
Of very desoriptirn and aaiitj-from the highest
md Reality from the highest
If desired, ruled and bound
o and superior warkmeuship.
ii' - i ." j I i w j i
-Offiljers. 'Banks, MerchaTrtir.1
WiBfl iowwi, uriuteu tk utrBireu, ruicu biiu uoona
flud! &II Officer- requiring SD ffchlOR BLANK
BO0K3. will beeieouted proinpt)y-.wUh our per-
i pur patronage respeotfull j solioited.
If. W. LEFATOR,
oci3-deodSm.' y.t w.r.l a hni. crTe'prietor.f
ia a si
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
every desciiptop.ith or without printed Headm
i ' " lngs.for
COUSTT OPFICIBS, MERCHANTS, If INFVlCTURKEa',
i nio, ii-" mj .Kino, .u.
'"sHT Full eets of Books made on short . notice-
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
a"prfl"eW;j '' - cdttJMBVS'. Omo.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.'
A. &. L. LESQ'JEREUX
IMPOKTER8 AND BEALEKS IN
v t SJPJECXACLES,
. e. -x. r ?i fc
rOfJUET-BOOKtl and 'jr. CX
: sajlorf-. i
lisj , IN ENDLESS VARIETY. .
Keep eonst&ntiy on hand a large'assortmen't'of' ;;
8etU TBsmat etttel WnteTwnry Clock, ?
For the Jobbinf and Retail Trade." Also, Agents
for th .'
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass-
-es (frenoh and Geneva) in full supply at -i
. k-A. a. low rates. c -
A"" AU orders promptly tilled and satisfaction
F. A. ft L- LKSQUEREOX.
feble-eodly No. 71 South High St., Columbus.
rjc I DIALER IW
" j MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AO..
173 'ninth High street, Cofumbut&.-1 Repairing
careCqlly done and warranted. mj7-eod6m
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Blank' I tiook ilaDiMctuie n
f . t
FORGERY IN WORCESTER.
SUICIDE OF AN ACTRESS
ALABAMA ELECTORAL TICKET.
NEW YORK CITY NEWS.
The Representation of Cuba.
THE PROPOSED TREATY.
THE PROPOSED TREATY. Cuba, Porto Rico and St. Thomas.
THE PROPOSED TREATY. Cuba, Porto Rico and St. Thomas. &c., &c., &c., &c.
Negro Plot to Kill the President.
WASHINGTON, October 13.
I Thfl "Rvpnlno TilrnrcflR nnhlishprl an nrf.l.
ce. wifli large beadlnK: niuhlj" iipoFy
tant; St art lin?: and. True; A Plot to Assas
sloatn f resident Johnson t i'lttysJiegroes
and Three -White -Men Sworn to Kill- the
President I" The Express says an employee
In the Treasury Department has exposed
tbe plot, which was arranged since the lm
peach ment trial. -r The story censes mtren
comment, but the community in"sreneral Is
Incredulous as to its truth, and hence there
is no excitement.
WORCESTER, Oct. 12.
Conklin and Hiram -Tucker, from BridHe-
port, who have been stoppini; in this city
lor a fe tv clay s past, left here this'raorning
with a stolen team and a larire amount of
money, obtained by forsrery, at the differ
ent DanKs in cms city.
Died. BOSTON, Oct. 13.
Joseph Warren Revere, formerly a well
known merchant of -thiscitv, Hd -in Can
ton, Mass- aged 91 years. Ho was a son ol
Paul Revere, -of KevolutloHary, fame. r
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 12.
The Democratic toreh- light procession to-
niitht was one of the greatest political
demonstrations;, ever, ..witnessed - in San
Francisco. ' It was 45 minutes ia pass! 112 a
given point. It is estimated that 5000
people . paraded, while , the streets, were
alive .with citizens.' 'The affair was orderly
off with effect.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 13.
Weather pleasant' River 2 feet and 9
inches, and, at a ftand. ' , . V.j
St. Louis Items.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13.
Rosind von Senbani, a German actress
f the Appolo theater, ot this city, com
mitted suicide yesterday, caused oy in
tense erief for the death of her husband.
abotaibree weeks ago.' "V FStf -f t '.
James" Faliey, who "killed his wife last
-July, was convicted yesterday, of niurder
the 8eoQd degree,
BOSTON, Oct. 13.
fisbine: schooner Dahine Wave, was
wrecked - voatertlay neap .-fortemoutb.
Three lives were -
BUFFALO, Oct. 13.
We-hsd the first killiair "frost of thef sea
son this morning.
NORFOLK, Oct. 13.
The most extensive preparations have
i!!een completed lor the receptions" of riel.-
rates to the"grac cowtnerciai and Direct
.ail. I 'r. mr mi fi in tr. tm ticlrl liort WprlnAa.
PHILADELPHIA, 2 P. M., Oct. 13.
to T)e that
polled at the same.:'hour; -last' year.t -Tha
sherifl'6: Bepnties are-'penerally kepplug
very quiet, and no disturbances have oe
curred exoept- those inentioned- itr- the
Deinocratie""ward8. The-" Snpn-me - Court
naturalization papers are voted on. but In
two deputy sherios, who had carried a
man to prison-umler the cotnmitmentot an
Al() eTTTran, gtiu si ic8er ---Trdcommltted
by Judpe Alisoaf as tbe-original' couimit
meht was illeaalV-' "J - '
? Several sliootine affairs occurred. . Jack
Tobin, thtj-sheriffsfklepntyHred '-pistol
at a Dublia officer. In tbe Continental bar
rodm-'but faileif. to hiiu. j He was . arresterl
tv ! four policemen . stid . carried . before
Judge Alison and bclrf to badtn-86,00a
Tobin had the officer arrfsted-and held to
ball befownrAWermaa W"liite-Djr mi a
T)b,re'"New'T6rk'rouohs were arrested'
In Arch street? 6ut their cotfirarleskt tempt
ed to resrme theox f Apb-til shot was rlfed
at the ofBcer, who'Bftrro'wIyTeseaped. Two
of the roughs were resetted and one secured.
MEMPHIS, Oct. 13.
nia.. match eamaot base ball between
the; Holt, ol- Newiiort-and Bluff City, to
day, resulted Holt 83 VBIuff City'15. The
former club left forborne. "
,;t The employees of the Memphis &.Ohio
railroad pjresepted Qolann B," Jo.oes witJi
aa watch valued at nine-hundred dollars,
last evening, as a: testimonial jc his Servi
ces Jor the past twelve-years.
fTThtf -bodf "ot hirl!8 Kila; ! who! was
drowned off a eoal barge a lew days since,
was-recovered to- ' '
MONTGOMERY, ALA., Oct. 13.
Th ' executive cdtfimlttee; of the Depao?
cratlo, party of this State',. has withdrawn
tbe present electoral ticket and substituted
one of men who eftri take the United States
oath. At least One-half oit them w-ere offi
cers in the Federal army during tbe war
who have settled in this State. " ""
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Oct. 13.
TrrJame Curti?. under arrest- for faorse
lfgtealrBSfBt'John'sonvllle, was taken from
custody sunuay -nijint -oy a moo ana snot
dead. He was a bad Tnatr. .
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Oct. 13. NEW YORK MELANGE.
Verdict for Damages.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13.
The- East River Ferry Company ywere
defendents In a suitfor.damages, yesterday,
before Judge Cordose,.- on the plea of a lit
tle girl, whose -fingers --were- crashed be
tween the boat and step on the Hunter's
Point" Line. A verdict was rendered for
the plalatlff, allowing her 2,000 .damages..
'a'Atthe annual "election ot directors lof
the Erie Railway, the Gould and Flske
party were victorious, electing their ticket
by a large- majority, polling a -vote - over
thirty milliona-Afterwards at the -meeting
ot the directors. Jay Gould was chosen
President,' James Flske, Jr., Controllr of
Thesteanier Harmonla wth 80,,000 in
The registration of voters tor the Novem
ber election la proceeding quietly In this
city sud Brooklyn to-tdayi
BY ATLANTIC CABLE.
Representation of Cuba.
LONDON, October 12.
uispatcnes irom jnaariu state tu&i great
lute rest Is manifested in Cbaj regard to
the represantatloo of.tbat Island a he sew
Govtrnmeht of SpaiuVand, lsr i. regard
to the abolition of slavery, and , the -action
of the constituent Cortez on tJiese-qnes-:
t!on8ls awaited with grtat- anxiety, . The I
ministers promise Cuba tqualjibeity witit 1
spaiu. . . , ;4 ..;;.,:,.. ;.iy;i" i
LONDON, Oct. 13.
Tlie Daily News says th tire, is' no' donbt
that the protocol of treaty proposed by the, I
American Mitiit'ter will be approved bvShe:
17 - . . I : l. T ,f v. : a . . .
iviiKiisu: rarimtneiiL -ana American uini i
"It Is announced " that' the British Wills
will not go forward by the Hamburg line
atterOctober. !l ' " ',.''''"'" ".'x'.ir I
Proclamation from Lersundi.
HAVANA, Oct. 12.
I - Captain General FrancicO-de Lereundl
has issued a 'proclamation to; the iuhab-(
itants of Cuba and to the. army here, an-.j
nouncina the creation-. ot a Provisional
Governuaeut in Spain, and- acknowledges-
the same, .; He invites all to join him in al-
legiance and loyalty to that autlioritr,ad i
recommends to all peateably to awatt:the
course of events. The proclamation, has
been well received. -t-. ;vit'l
! j -R vr-H 1: .' 1 '1 '1 .'-' ' l i fii-ll'
HAVANA, Oct. 13.
j Advices'from Porto Rico to the, 21 Inst,
state that an official proclamation aanyun- ,,
ces the insurrection at.Lorex and Peopino
to. be insinilicaDt revolts.; Private acp
oouuts. however, report them as extensive,
and that an butbreak among the native
soldiers is feared by the authorities., , ,
NEW YORK, October 13.
Late advices from Sf.:iTnomas Ptate that,
extensive defalcations have ;been''discover'.
ed in the accounts of the Chief Justice of
(Jolony. amounting to $18 000.' He was Im
mediately suspended by the Governor, and '
then fled. 1 'l '- . " : : "",t . ' "r.
p Works for the City of . Co-'
1 f -; m u m d u s i r! o ! ly by s 7 ,' .
1 :-: t tern.
ACHISERY. CONSISTING OF THREE
Holly's .Elliptical Rotary Puinps. with maxi-
mum capaoity e.uuu.uuu gapons water iu tweuty
four hours each, said pump having 13 iocb d it
charge; 1 double cylinder piston engine, 300 horse .
power, attached to same crank: 1 rotary engine,
150 horse power; 1 heavy iron frame to contain all
neoesaaryi8upportSv -bearing' and connections for
engines, pumps, shafting, gearing, bridgetrees and '
pillow blooks. Also, consisting of all necessary
shafts, gearing aad allooHplingsand auction valves '
needed in oonneetion with said pamps, engines and
machinery in pnmp house. One hydroBtaxio vaive;
all necessary steam and water connecting pipes in'
pump-bouse: steam gunge; Holly's patent butlers,
containing about 6(10 fiuet each; t double piston
boiler pump; 1 regulator and uressure guase to con
trol the pressure of water in the pipes and vary the
eatneatpleasure-forflra streams -er domestic use;'
all acritigcuupllcgsand bolts; 1 he. ter containing '
ldOuues; 1 artificial draft to enable yoa tdoaway"
with high smoke .stack, .or exhausting intusinim
pipe; leviir valves for each pump to oroue aperture -between
pumps in use and those not in use; 1 safety-,
regulator to bold engine in check in oiseof acoi--debt-bD
pipe or machinery; 1 donkey engine and aH
other machinery or .cooneotions needed -in oonneo
tioa theiewith in said pump-bouse. Not including
suoti n pipes leading to pumping well or discharge
pipe from pumps, or any work on building, or short
smoke stack. or suoport.ior taid pumps engines,-
boilertor. maoninery: - ,
Complete at Manufaoturing: .':--i'i
Co.'sworks.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.... t,0on no" - ;
Trans port'n and setting same 4,000 04 53,0M 00
I ., U08T 0F BUILDING.
Foundation for bnild ns 15 '.' ' " "
perch, S '..'.. ' $670 00
Foundation for machinery.ISS . -.. ; tc-1 I''.
perch. :..i.,.g.'r5 S38 0t M T l-n,
Cut. 4tone;Copeipg. for mri fl. . .(.,-;.,, .,T
ohincry , ....... 750 no . -
100.000 brick laid lit wall. ll a 'I.H10 so - 1
S.OOII feet flooring $40..v..v.i.T - 120 00! r.i;.-rt.
10 win ows. 3x10 test. S27..... ,1r HlQm -t'l -i- -(.v!
S double dnnra. 8x10 feet, $30. 60 110 ,., .,.r.
1 stnsle door. sxo leet 13 ou . .
6,00Ofeet timber and rafters.',"- "'" : '
w-Jr.......'.....;..-....-:.'..:. -Ivo 00 -.i:-rji w-
3,00 feet roof boards. tiO. ...... . su 00 ..-,;
Ko.fi '300 H0 .,.
Caps, sills and water table ... : ' S50 00 "'
Carpenter work and other'-' ' ':' '- "'
items t complete same.....: ijbua uo : ,..
Foundation . tor boilers. 73 . .
.peroh. 86 . 438 00 $8,T59 00 '
GOiT OF WELL WITH FILTER AMD-INLET'
I . .'. ' - ... flfl!i.-ij - . '-i -ill.iic. ; SKT
Excavation 3.426-yards. S5o-.' 1 88t CO '. : -
500 neroh stone. SS . . S.000 e t : . sr..
4.O0O feet timber. 2l 84 0 t ..a-- !
Carpenter work i r,. auo 00
bxeavation tar inlet pipe to -
and below -wales Haeyawo m .roj. m ...
1- r . . ,m ma
JftniB, ow ................ aw w
loo feet inlet plpe(wood).S ru t
alum., a .............. ..... o'.w wi
Filling around Tnlet pipe 60 00
Frame and fixtures at termi
nation of said pipe soo 00 S6.078 00
COST OF IRON JlfE DBLIVEBKO
1 Dine 10 incu pipo, v yvt iiu.
feot .... 15,840 OS-
iii 'miles, it inch P'pe. fi.su
per lin- foot. .
3 miles 10 inch jiipe, (1 56 pec
Ttnile 8 i .oh pipe, $1.23' per
I in . font. , . ,'.
7mile8 6incnpipe,90c per tin.
10 milea 4 inch niDe. 60u er
lin. fojt. 1....... . 31,680 00 $135,391 40
COST OF HYDR.AIiTS.AND 8T01GAT1SS.
100 double hydrants $1500 00 ,
SOsingle bydranU,.-..-.... ... 100 00 r s . ;. ,
lOstopgatt 1,400 10 ... i
Extra eoarges on crosses, i- )
bows. Ts, sieevea. Jus . . 1,000 00 $8,100 00
COST OF TRENCHING. MAKING JOLSTiS.
And refilling SIX miles pipe.
labor onl v. S5 Der rod
$13,120 00 '
Carting and dietrihutin
pipe along tranches
80 torn lead, $150. ...
Oakum, fuel, Ac
Sett ing ISO hydrants, inolud-
.ing freight and cartage.....
Setting 40 stop gates.. includ
ing fieightan.i cartage.... ,
' 12,000 00 .
: , 150 oo ;
! l.oio. oo;
830 00 $37,130 00
I (':'.. RECAPITULATION.
Machinery and parnpi wttli ! l
connotious eomDleM.'.'i-i.... $59.nrs 09
Building. -w..-. ' Tit oo "
Filter and inlot pipe-.--..-.. WW'",
Distributing pipe-.... v.....-..-. 135.891 40 " '. ..
Trenching, laying pipe, Ac... 67.130 00
Hydrants, stop gates, extra '
charges on angles in pipe. Ac ' 8,100 00 -';'-.,
Add 10 percent. foreontingen-1' 1 -- -
Jies.. .i.,.,.... ..i.... 8S.517 411292.0211
Columbus.' with present population, will con
sume about 2.000,000 gallons water per day lor cul
inary and all domestia.purposse, requiring about
15 horse do er to do the pumping, using from 4 to
5 piunds best bituminous coal to a horse power per
hour. Hence, a maximum capaoity of 4,000,000 gal-lons-per
day will at all times give an adequate sup
ply of water for fire purposes. Six or more power
ful Ire streams can be thrown at one time by at
taching hose to hydrants.
: WM- C. WEIR.
Dentist, is making full
upper sets of the very best
quality of artificial Teeth
for $15 and $20. ' f or
strength.' durability and
beauty they can't be surpassed in the State. All
work warranted ta .give perfect satisfaction or no
charge. . .-. ' , - - -. ...
r umoe and residence, no. ivs bast xown street,
between Fourth and Fifth street, ; -. .
, UOLUMBra. uhio. . j . ,- - -
jy30-dlww3m-.- -i ... -!4 .;. -.
ItJANCT DAVIS, RESIDING IN LT5XIKG-
(TON. Holmes eountv..'Missi99iDDi. will rji Ir .
notice that Marshal 1 F.Davis, of Franklineour.tr,
Ohio,didren th'Sthday of October, 1868, file his
Detition in thecfEce of tbe Clerk, of the Court of
Common -Pleas within and tor said county of
Franklin and Mate of Ohio, charging tbe said Nan
Lavis with will lul absence from tbe petitioner for
more tban three years lost past, and asking that be
may be divoroed from tbe said Nanoy Davis, whioh
petition will stand for hearing at the next t.rm of
said Court, and n and after six weeks from the
date of this notice.
October 8th, 1888.
t MARSHALL F. PAYIS. - -
Srairaow 1 Wbioht, Att'ys. . . ocl9-w8w . ,
Merchants' " Bank.
NOTICE IS llt-.KKR V GIVEt X THE
(holders of the outstanding notes ot the Mer-'
chants' Bank of Massillon, and all others conoerned "
that in pursuance to the provisions of the ll.t sec
tion of th obarter of said Bank, that application
will be made to the Auditor, Treasurer and Secre
tary of Stale to surrender the Honda -denn.;,) tn
secure the circulation of said Bank after the expi '
(aujuu ui aijk tuutiuia iruui inis oate. -
. -1. tiTEKSE, Pres't.
.'. - S. HUNT, Cashier.
Massillon, May 28. 1868. . u5-w6m :
PASSAGE TO AND FBODI GREAT
Britain And Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
inr Packet, by weeklv lines, at reduced rate. TAF
SCOTT BROS. CO., 86 South street. New
yk. oontinue to issue Passage Tickets, available
for twelve months, from London, Liverpool, ot
Queenstown.and Drafts, payable on demand, for
any amount, from 1 and upwards. " ' ;
. BAakT IHOMPsSn A CO , Agctt,
wVll-wly-HWT ' v Hanker , ttolurnbua
COITWTV BOtKD SCHOOL EXAJtlt.
NBRS MKETINGS. The Board of Sohool
Examinersof Franklin conntv meet at the Probate ,
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturdav o
each month in the year... Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of tbe spring and fall months.
New York Money Market—Oct 12.
t.- vruijijTT itnonc aetndeaTThftnirf: onan
New York Money Market—Oct 12. Cincinnati Money Market—Oct. 13.
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New York Stock Market—Oct. 13.
. GO VBSsrEST, . ST0CKSi&tohr;M
so anvanoe.. couoons of 'i51-.114.'(R.W4W
dtj 'ea ns?iti2 d wosemSm??f
Urtl . " . . . -
V, 00 newiuscgiysniX
:au ia45j4V Adaras 6iifl)5lf;;
tTnited tStatesr 48A9;, Men haintoV
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WabttsH MliQW. .Mi hreetridfiin ;
Michigan (Antral, 118118; Mlchigaa
Southeroj r 86JS6l; Toledo lUSifiMtHjx
New Market—Oct. 13.
COTTON' Opened Arm and closed heavy
at 26a6H for'nM(ltnj np1abtlil"
FLOUK Closer! tioi Irrwer on com
irioaijtraiie?; a shade firmer for spring and
dull and fteary.fcrortier jrradesrST,"-T '''s4
Safe11 "l nmtlvtfrzzZrf
CORNiH-Dulllad.beavy at $1 15l 17
for utiaoiiod. an lgMrtMiad. Aixa
PPBS Firoij sties or 50 bbls mess at
$23 35. dosing at f 23 00 cash .rettvy,
lati m o V A et.OI. mxA bom iia'sl
iEEPJ-Qtiisii afld heavy-- aj e .euait:
CUT MEAT-Qaietand firm ,
LAEDQuie 19g1fl58 lor fair to
prime steam. .. , i .1 Tm)!
EQGS -Slope actlvaat27(S2SCixJ aoimiBiJ
Chicago Market—Oct. 13.
More activeui sales
tras a$67. 75.s' so:roam'n-t axui-iU .
WHEAT No. J, steady $t $1 401
No. 2 opened1 dull and' nominal at 91 34;
anvanced J2c and sold, at $L3aKJJ6;
closing steady at $1 35salesycr. 2 since
change at $1 37M- T . -..
COltiS-'-Opeiiecf Mull 'and' riotoinal Clo
sing outside sales No. !T9T92c and reject
ed 80c sales No. 1 this afternoon fttS4c..-,.-i
OATS Good demand And tower;,Aafe
5252c; closing at i2ka. m- iuii
RYE Opened weak ttll- WlTl'J
sold atfl 2701 -28; No: 3 W231 25-i
BAlEY-r-Actlv 03Q';hJg)i;ry sales)
of No. 2 at 1 831 1; .-Joctd $L 03'
1 70; elo9tng''Outide1prrce-tcT No. !l.-J
TOKK-f-Mess firm aitd tndy.t$8ff?atiA
LAKD-rvDuli and noratnsj kttSicJt olaU
A A .O 1
Cincinnati Market—Oct. 13.
)'t much done in thamarket-tii''ele--
tion absorbing bublie attention alinoit
; FIX)TJK Flour and g'riin" iinchanged-.ajU.t
WHEAT Held highefa !i .i,- . aa4
i COTTON Dull at 25-Toi"tai(Mlthg.'V.-,i
' WHISKY 1 30. ' rii,.,'..-H-C '"Itl
: PK0VI3IOX3 Oalet, 'but held: firnlw!
t lull rates; mess pork $3Q 50; bulk meat
1214c; bacon at 13MlC'c ; and lard dull'.
anrf prime-coantry-ean be bought at,10o..(
J.IASJSKU OIL Quiet at Si Mi.- I ,M
CATTLE Firm; srood demand at 36.'
Toledo Market—Oct. 13.
FLOtrE-iOjiter:" j .?. 2S
WHEATS Whiter t without wnatariali.
elianirx red 3b lower; No 1 w-hitW Michigan
9i Wf nryivhite WaasESJT2Jr3imber
fi 83 to l 84; Jo. 1 red f 1 3a Jt t feq
tl 65 1 CG; iNo. 1 spring 91 MM a
I CORN A shade lower and quiet: sales
Michigan and No 1 at99j. - -
i OATS lo lowerrlfo T-Mtchigan 57c
NO 2 rftf t' -n iiliiloJ lewsnst, UittT
I RYE-4 to Stvloweriales Wo 1 at 57c;
2So 256(?t? is lint si hiu,.f.-.r 9JT XIIIA
iiA.LlXT--3c better; iState aC 12 OSa-a oc r
St. Louis Market—Oct. 13.
FLOUR Q'lietsnil unchanged.? 41 lo.insa
: ' WHiAi b irntarrd Hincuangeetlor laU;U
Spring scaree.'-.fi ir 0 ol ,nontoj-)- to
i j COKN 9498i3i$ tiw jwxs iol v)
UA lb o1od(?. .v)a&t
R-YE $1 20T 2W,v bnamoa S3T10J
1 1 nattuiii-jiinnsno quiet-l .octios mum
FORK-3n iu 3.1 tmi .3.1Y
LAHf-18e. ohlO baa fiBISr 7-ite.a
Tt A C.n V Siriee : 17? sHnul ilw .1 5tlj--a . I nv
)3c. ,i.j.iciii --.iiO r.i l a ti KK tTiJifd
Buffalo Market—Oct. 13.
iFLOUR-r-Stesdy anti quiet. -: : K d slioe! Jsi
; WHEAT Inactive; No 2 ChicftgOiTJomJir
inal at $1 48; No 2 Milwuke l'49.-"'ni r
,. iCOKN-Dull and closing Idwef r $1 OTl
litest sale.: ;n,.i i-.ni.tiu ;tk) 4: loj(innI
i OATS Held at C4r; nobnyerS.'". seiqqtJ ;?7
BARLEY-HHtr, $3 25 u ui ni- :O03
'. CANAL FREIGHTS- VVhaab 16'; "Cora'' i
313c, and 993o for oats toi"Nw
York.' :q l nir. -.i n bnem'-ij siii" i:r.I'i
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 13.
- FLOUR Dull and nominally uoonangediriv
ivnjjiAi-isieaay;at i 4oj.ior JNoj l in ;
i tore-.i ,--;.,! :,,) - .ofi -rohat-iR.l fsnit
i it J-JJ 4
vr.h ;i Loo
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.-1- CHaRLKg CiBStLOWa. 0 1
...i-.a kt liifi niijtoi
bellows sr ntrt-LlEic;'
f 1 :
!: 216 A 218 South lrh St., x?. i)
'. j COLUfliBCS, OHlOsHO
llkeir extensive' Janvactory U at the Foodf?
South otrttt. on the CnnalO - 4
fheir bnsicess transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend thrcunhout the State of ObUVod
Penatylvania and Indiana. They manniactux, fH
PARLOR,; BEDROOM, DINTNGflOOM,- HALL;'' UNO ;;u2
J ;..n r KITCHEN FURNIIIRE;
of aU classes and every design of superior work'lL'S)
manship and finish.. Also, Can.-Seat Chairaof q
every description. Wholesale and Retail. V -..' VI .
feb8-decdlv - - - -Jr i 1 f
a s..l LiJia
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a e e n t . now
WIJ.L.CON IINUR THE COAL. BMI leii
. NESS at his present stand, . p -j JO!
: No, 13S JSoriU. nish'tilreet, 'bnsrcsb
.and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE endi W
rtuun-inu mm., wmon ue is preparea to sou tLn7
the lowest market price- .' '- .;,iA.t
Special attention paid to Snipping;' 1
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CURED WITH. .
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DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFICS
THE omt.V IFjFAS,I.IBI,E HEUEDVO"
Can be riven with or withnnt. the .knAwljulvj. -o .
of the patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise n "Druiik- .',
enness, its Consequences and Cure." free on ap- ! '
Prio nf Spfcitio per bottle, S1.50, or -three
bottles for tt 00. ''
Aiijj. J. fc-otiviollor-.
Sol Proprietor and Manufacturer. 1'olumepa O K,
- : BULill Cl-AJjli DJiULrtilSiS.W
sepl7-dTAs4wly ... ... ir. in
' , . ' ' - -' "i - -ty ft fit
-i tirmmua a (taw
;' t"W t-t:-li 1 fail
Tberct3Iedlclne for the B.Uuore u,7-,
witboat Ail. every. .Kind r 3iu-.:'.
elgrht ly eraptiea r tbe tkee, . t i
-wa- .,.-oing-, irritating, er
j... , -- dtstrealnc eataneon 1 '
iii EC JL?3li
r 3 erthe person., .sjx-l bori ni ffcar.Kr.xl
. " Jif Tt yimrhi rrUvl me of (hnt merlifyma 'ernpL?lf'''
hen, end I nm note iootino iffe Hie a man," write. ' . . '
WiarbM E. Noble. General Agent of arich. Central aoi weasel
B. K., 173 Broadway, N. JT. .1 1, -i KO
- IVa rt.d a m iamfnoWa remtdii for Teller. rtc'V .,
'write Big ley Bros., Druggists, Fairfield, Iowa. -' ""J Ti"',i
"7 nrs tried or nteiUt mNh ljjf BarSer's,
tangJa mi-snW sMrvwac.1- writfltl C. W.
6nd for circular. Pries, 75 if. Mnl
Prepvredoi)ly by., goLON PAlMJff,7
V . 36 West Ponrth Strwt, Cincliyiatf, P
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