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Joi MwaiMl:-an ibjuuk. naaornmein, e w , Blimt JO w pricwu I aiea, please call. . ;j .. , . . DWV'ltBiAM,:';'.),.,r.nK !.-::' Ia the noted house for good Boots and Sheas at low prices. ew BtoOkjuit received .s . . '. i . . - - ' S76 South High street?."- .r;;C0AL dealers; ; RWBIOSOIV & CO , iv-' - - ;'--i Dealers m Pitteburga and OMoOoal. A bio. MAS, MtttlUtut bwnssevtt i'lp. I -Jio,34J..oitb Uiab street,; COMMISSION .MERCHANTS, H; I IICH Ac SJOr 'r t Commission, Forwarding and Produce Mer efeaate, stealers in Grain, rlour, ao., S7 W. Broad CORSETS." Da H. MVNliliBt 6l CO. Manulacturera and' Dealers in French. Ger- aiau and American vorseM. Also, Hoop skirts. , ; V . ' t.i ' t ! 181 Open Howe.' ..CCROCKERr&c.;: 1 Wholesale -and Retail Dealet in China, QueecswareAiiax. plated Gvedt, Aainps and Lamp fixtures. , 48 Nor(i Higu street, , $ y .'j a 'i c .,; u - .- i V Importer and -Wholeiale and Retail Dea'er In Crockery, China, Glass; Cutlerj. fluted Uooda, tioa4Jil lainna. Ac 1 ' - Coat Oil Lamps; Ac. ISA South High street. : 63il- DENTISTRY." WAtaNAvH sk KM IIWiiiCy-', ' : "' -r-ii 1-. " t ,- - ivcwiaa8t Bread street.. We aim to be the but.. , Ci W Bainmiy' DENTIST. The best styles Xe--of -Dentistry, f including Uaoa's lurprav kineral FUie. UUioe.10 and 11 Opara Blooiw ,. DRY GOODS.- KJm' Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets. Oi. laotDSj a eorner Hi IdaXlings, bhadaa,' Bat. Caps and rnra. go aud i rienu streets. J,b J. 0K4P 4fcl li iVH ST '0 a ,.,.r . . . 143 South Hwh straafcis Carpets flattings, 03 Clotba.Curtins, dta-lo and Fsvey Dry Goods. ' T - - H Fan Whalasale and- Retail Dealers in Sta ante i la and rajaoy Pit Goods, and alauuiaoturers of Ladies Cloaks. 123 S.High a'reetj S. F. Krum & Co., cash dealers in Dry Good and jNo ns. lao south rourto street. , , T AmENAISA-MN" n r-" ' - ' J . Wholesale aad ,SeUil D'aler- in Dry Goods, treat '9' " &outu UKU . Dealers-is tHajrte and Fancy Dry Goods lind tients' Furnishing Goods. No. 6 .Nail nmu. ' f:.: :-. -i . r : Ko-it Boat h nigh atreet--- r 1 UjLuAia'ljSaii Ac ' - ' XX...Faraixn and Doineatio Dry Goods, Cloths, iurs, etc. I A S32 South High street.., ,V v. n DRUGGISTS. Ufcrsr "aJittiisrostE. ' r.t xi JOHN' S.:RBJSRTa.l!?; ' DrMgtMASal Apouieoary - 364 North High street. -L. M WHGLHSALKA RKl'AlL DRUGGISTS. . . . ... lw South Hmht?-,CoiuuibuB.O. UAAtlH. Uttt UK A CU'! X. Wholesale and Retail Druggist.. aad Dealers u svprieukry AieuiclneS. - 84 North nigh street. LNGRaVers. 1 ICtatvak &. jUMttaafSy Ati- - .Designers, fcinaravers- and lnhliRnM ' KTr. rial. ana other seals engraved to-order. - t , Noa. 107 and io gouth High street. FURNITURE, &c. , , 1 "" - ' i CoLiiliiBiiscAmivErto., Manalaotarers and Wholesale and Retail Deal arsin fuinlturaiCijair, Juattraasee, etov - -- ' No. 201 South Higo. St. (Upera Heuse); OHiorei'ariJit;o.si. r'"slJ' liBnuiu..nnrxj)l iiratolasa furniture.. Whole sale and iieuil. VV arMVoma, t, 1 and 8 Gwjrniie Block. - - : HOUSE FURNISHING. 1 ." . Ui auniaf suau A ' Dealer in lltuktlM., Sij.vmi and House Pur nwuiog Uouoa. , Also. Tin, Copper and bhea4aro.r " . . : , . : . li iaal JLOWli ivee a KEftS Ac s rtlAUX, AJk. Douse--turnuihing Uodx Vfni)M drstaa. vufp1! w w oumi ana Aiyun. cii - t -s Bwita iliaA street. . a t,TOr,-"A VIPOMA S4UFF, . iV llealera In Hardware, oouaai uruishing Goods, Mar Ue aad blate ilaaUaa. Grata, ou yea. Hot Air F urnaces. Aa i i , '.-.ao North High street. HOOP SKIRTS. -in .acEavA, v .:. i ,-..-. .i - : .. J2J. lUnuIncturer and Wholarale Dealer in Hoop SkirsVand Borsets.' Also, dealer in Berlin. Zepher and Isan7'nwwvwviawuisirnrOTi, illOWs SWINSi MACHINE. P. AXTI Dealer in Musical Mflrrhandiae. Eoopb. ata- tiooerj and Fa(cstGod eeerall. hffecial Agent for the celebrated Eliae Horn 4jted'Meal Sewing a' J J CaU' L",i HATSr CAPS. if mr. M.nx LtcF....tO I . j r -. ' VlsHueoAto K.J,anCUeaiftin Bi,apt. Cn and Straw Goods S'AI South High street. 1 ' " ' -ttiisn'MnMea HaU HOTELS. T1TH iMIOTKI,. Js)bs3 dual Wc'''l "OCDosile Uenot. i j.,H.;OAyi(us,oy, Proprietor. f TlSl a'fcO S'lATHa IIOTEI,, iu iornetmavaaoi lawn-streets. ..E.J, BLOUN ).'. Proprietor. Corner rTrarta 'A ' Frienarata. fjommodiona joaaaamtaxtaosiTeitables. .;u. t uaiun c T L.. A. BOWJfiBS. froprietor. ll S40 South Hish street. Good stablins attach- 7"!5 r, a a. i . p. irlfl ATOBER, Proprietor! .itict ; INSURANCE.- PONMCC riOUX HOTUA L-lilPE aoranee Companr. Assets. Sie.coa.voo. 1 , WH,' J A M1S0N, Ageoi.lColambjls. O, t NEWKIRK Sc. PIII.TE1BERCEB, c GENKRAL. AGENTS SAnritT Life Hisnranaa pompanj ... ; ,"; '.. '.;. Mo.vB Opera flouae. , HOIT1E INSVKANCU . COJIPA1V OF Columbos, O. , apital and Aaseta, 46lfS7. W. V. M. BAiiEB, Seo'y. .. , . .j .',f .' Office, Noa. SAT Opera Bouse r MILLINERY. GOODS. 0.,n W. tlMiTtUISr i ..',, . "Wholesale and Retail Milliner? Goods. n ' .1 r'181 S. Hish street. Opera Hoasa Bloak. tlK,A.UUWllIN6, ,. -.a.. ,-t auoas.. Or 7 North HUh straet. s; Dealer i Millinery. Dress and Cloak Trim-' aiines nd Fancr Uooda. 134 South H'ah street. ME RCJIANT 'f TAILORS. p Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-''-pishing Goods, liiiiiii "I 1 xi ao orarta Miga atraatiR ri Wsnl9wA1DBR i 1 ' ' I i Mnrnlmnt Ailnr And I)aa1m in flanl, Pn isnlng Goods. Also asent for the Diamond Shirts. , ixi aeaui aixa stcat. fT-tapohfo nirg&cHANX TAi4.(itikf II A CLO'lUllKG CU.. 48sV itrh t " HntV taitanjatte ! eider. Ready-made- Clothing ; a- TOHH -."RCKGi B A C UKiti . U rBrchint silar and Dealer In Clothinrsn g-an! aaK ucov j UTi. ng. ft ia MWtta.1 r-7 I . J I . - i : t i ail nortlkUichatra. !OH!t MUlMTEItV. . jj MERCHANT TAfLO1S20 South High st. Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. NEWSDEALERS. A NDUKU8 de Hftt.fj," t News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers. No. 65 South High p tree t. nex'.door to Poatnffice.T ' News Dealer. KftokfielTer. RlatfnnnrilnH Kind. rtKtPgliiioationsia boln German and Bng.isht - x ,., .- 3i routnjbUgh.atre"t.,-;f "PAPER WAREHOUSES. 4. : A W IXIA4iW, 0)BH eV C. v v , ia- Manufacturers and Dealers in Writins. Print. ID g aad WrappiucVPapers, 93 A 3 North High st. 1 Kt; VrS--'liV'EKJ'';'"! "' " '" ' 1 1 tT UaalerajhiPriniinsi; ildbg, Wriangsjnd Final'", Papers 36, 38 A 40 Norih-rligh street. , , , ; m PHOTOGRAPHERS. ' ULDttlV ic 'I CVKN, J ... .:-,., PHOTOGRAPHERS.1 " s " .'..,'1 i-i;'.vr.--: .. &l.Soa'b Hign street. '. T...H.'LLOTT. fJ PHOTUGRAPHIOR, lOT Knnfn TTivn afrf . fietaree'inade in'every style and site. ' - " J; ARCHER, '' at j'nouigrapnSv Ambrotypes, iems, etc etc , . . fo-23S South High street. . PHYSICIAN. No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseases of the . H7a.'1CajjiearL. Tbroatand LnnEra. Also. lli.Masea of Wouien and Children... .. . . -PIANOS. 6 V,' rvr. itAuKis As CO y Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lis-hta A uo. sana nainood uro.'s nauos. Also. Urgans. ileiadaoos aud -other musical instruments. -- . , , . .. . . .36 North High ttreet, -;r J. SJ. WOODS, - ... Asent for Chiekering's and-Emmerson's Pi-' Also. Organs. Melodeons and Sheet -ilusio. j iu ,.c.:a . - Hi South High street. - :;RETURANT." a ea ztnr. BARK EXrHAHfifl RESTADRANT, TCoraerStaieand Hish'ptreeta. - - 1 ,ti. OCT LrCHaRLliiCi Mil.it, Proprietor.irl jjfSEWING 'MACHINES. 5, ; A.E.T VA Sb WINti MACHINEB,. . ,-yx 'Ca.--The best' fa the world. Nos. 1 and S Opera -Honse. W.-PIMMEL, General Agent: iWATCHES AND JEWELRY. UUNiHitt. Ac CO.." ' 1A -Dealers lo-Fiae- Watches Clofika ' Jewelry Piaiedwara, Speotaeles, Ao No. 11 &at Town street. .- ., iA'ri-.S Ac fSdrcessorsto Wm. Blnin) dealers in DIa-: . monds. Watch s. J ewelrrl Silver Ware aud Soeo- ' taclasUf WoTt ell DeafeJ ..ii. '.i., I SA. A: IV 4.E4tfJ4-:lfcliX, - '' Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches, leirs and tlewelrr. Nt; 71 Sooth High street. ' ' J I STRICTLY-WHOLESALE. BAMCMOF I' ISfaOSii AdU.i--Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions. . I r.r -8 and 4 Gwynne Block, Town street. il)l)Di JilNEs Ac CO.,' XV Manufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes. No. Gwynne Block. Town St. j d a I NOTICES. Bank Notice. N' OTIC3 -lSfnBKEBV'i CITEWTrro all whom it may conoern. that the City Bank 1 of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company, organised and carrying on business as an Indepen- dent Banking 'mpany at the city ol Cleveland.: Ohio.uoder an aotof the General Assembly of the said Stat of Ohio, entitled "An Aot tornoorporata ,h Stato Bank of Ohio and other Banking Uon. panics, passed February 24th, 1845. being desirous of relinquishing and closing its Banking business, tot I attend has. in pursuance of the statutes of the : said ,-Hata of Ohio in such ease made, paid and re deemed more than ninety per cent, of the maximum amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the same to the Treasurer ot State of the said Stale of Ohio to be destroyed, and hate provided means and given security to the satisfaction of tbe Treasurer. Secretary "and -Audit r of State of said State of Obio'ier the (ademption of its outstanding notes of -circulation at tbe office of the Natioual City Bank of Cleveland, at the said oity oi Cleveland, where said Oily Bank is located. - Done by order of the Board of Directors of the IM. Hnk Cleveland. Julv 8th. 1868.--' - ' - :T I .L' u 1 1 1.-T. vu in w NOTICE. , ''" BANBt OF COMMERCE;" j ' , J Clsveland. May S3, 1B68.( - NOTICE IS HEUGBI eiVEN lO IHE holders of the outstanding notes of the lata Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested, tiat alter tbe expiation of six months from thiB dabs-, application will be wade to the Auditor, Sec if1 "J 1 nd Treasurer of State to surrender to said U4ak the sv eks deoonited to secure the outstanding circulation ol said Bank in pursuance of the fort-. first (41) section of the act to authorise Free Bank ing, passed March 21st. 1851. a -Ww.tHKP-U PERKINS. President ' .. H. R. HtntLBCT, Cashier.- mayS5 d6m T', V: The Sisters of St. MaryV - OF THE SratkNGS, HEOENTLY OF Somerset, Perry county, will open their large -and spacious building for the reception of pupils on the first Monday iu September, 18L8, For Board and Tuition. 75, i 80. S8S aud $90, according to tbe de partment of thepipil. bR. ROa, Sup't. Address Box S51. aug3-dtf V ; S- S. - FINNEY'S - . r ANOING; academ r IS NOW open at i NAUCHTON 'HALL. For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from S to 5 P. M '' - Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS ' HALL, 13d inet., at 8 o'clock P. M. octl4 tar S FROM MARSEILLES. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] MARSEILLES, Oct. 22. ine. M4aiavvsjriMi3 paajia8rBtine(l ptrear8 o have obtained credit at Madrid, never ad, I have now ascertained beyond a onbt, the least foundation in fact. eneral Cialdini, who served long in pain, who married a Spanishlady, and as many friends in that country, often risits it in his private capacity, and he as about to pay one of tijosa. visits ben tQIqpjwtJniiii sagfeiupon Whica he resolved not to go, as, being on intimate or friendly terms with a great jnany of the men who brought about the Revolution, it would be believed by all the world that he went there deputed by i's Government, and with a political bject. He probably does not consider hat a secret mission would be consist- ntwith hjsrank and station. nd-eo doeAnstJsifaJiaVe ittattributed. fcr tf Ti I 1, , .1 . xi is naraiy necessary to say mat the report of the Duke of Aosta as King of Spain is as yet entirely imaginary and conjectural ; but if hereafter the crown of Spain were to be offered to him, there carr'rber?'iio ''doubt that he would accept it, and that the distinction cf such a preference would be In the highest degree gratifying both to the Italian nation and to the house of Savoy. . It is true Prince Humbert is iaid to be of a very delicate constitu tion, which he has not improved by living many respects, as if he were a robust man, but it is hoped that he will live and havt wjhHdreiiri"WBrr; afiotli. he?not, there U flie -Dhkf df GenbaTlyouih of Ixcellent promise, and the son of a brave nd amiable Prince whom Italy loved and has never ceased to regret. The young Duke, who is in his fifteenth year, is goiBg to-JEtgi,,EDgland,;8i step whicb 1 near General JUenabred did much to promote, aud to which the King and the Duchess' have given their con sent. The ' Duchess was hard to per suade, for she feared lest heretic asso ciates should have a bad influence on her son's religious principles. My private accounts from Italy are favorable to the stability of the Mena-ln-ed Cabinet? tTfcrn!Mhe3ieW Miuis- ttr i.f PubltV'worklissalfTTo te a man oif great ability, but new in public life but perhaps a little old in years to take charge of a department which requires a good deal of activity in its chief. In .L Ll- nlL 'l f'L 1 '-i ' oiuer respects no seems a must eiigiuie persons, and has been highly esleem- n, not only by his countrymen, the Venetians, but by the Austrians, when they held that province. The Italian Parliament is to melrfnnn the 15th to the 20th of November, The supporters of the ministry speak confidently of its strength, but there will probably be some sharp fighting when the discussion ohherbillB -forrtUe reoj-glrfteiticlri tf ?thi public peri-ice slfall ccui faJJj j j j j IThe'nraa Presse, according to one to-night's papers, says that Count Usedone intends resigning his diplo matic functions, his post at tbe Court ot lialy having become less agreeable to him since the La Marmora affair. This report is probabrya'tnere'inalignant in vention from whatever source it may originally proceeded. Count Usedone came out of the " La Marmora affair" triumphant, and La Marmora was uni versally blamed. It is not usually the man who wins, but he who loses, that vacates the field, resigns and sinks into obscurity. The Vienna paper need Jook no fuftherj'bacE tlahiIto4 thei i86C campaign to find examples of this. j To-night's Liberie publishes a letter addressed by General Prim to M. Emile Girardin, in reply to a very long one frpm Girardin to Prim, published in' the same paper. ' ;jThe following are some of the most striking passages : "We knew that we were overthrowing aa arbitrary power which constantly vi olated the primary law. We knew what wle wished to put in its place, a liberal, monarchical and constitutional power, submitting ourselves, however, to the de cision of tbe national sovereignity. Only I ypuoDntoiinq, wnarjs immuiapie, w.iur that which is accidental, and you unjust ly! reproach me when you say that, hav ing had the very decided ideas of co-operating in the establishment of a consti tutional monarchy, I had not, in advance, candidate designated for the throne. Contributed with all my strength to the overthrow oTtt djrfiasty wKcE'lJnew to be incompatible witCtKe liberty" of my country, but I never dreamt of imposing on my fellow-citizens a Sovereign of my choice. I am, and shall remain, the de fender of a principle ; I am not the rep resentative, of (this or that prince frr M j "WhjBse.do you see the incompatibili ty that you say exists between the cries 'Down with the Bourbons, and long live tbe constitutional monarchy!' I thought these, on the contrary, synonymous. j"Yon impute it to me as a crime that did not impose a 'republican govern- ment on Spain without even calling to gether a constituent assembly, which you style useless, and of which you re gal d the convocation as sign' of impo tence. ifc.4,To found a monarchy, you say,a King or Queen is wanted. To establish a re public, I will answer, it is necessary to have republicans ,-Ifi"in Spain, this last party is represented by a fraction, this, although very respectable, is not, in my opinion, sufficiently numerous to be able to take the direction ot affairs, and, in a word, to govern." Plan to pay off the National Debt Secretary McCnlldchf has received a letter from a lady in Baltimore stating that she had been informed that tbe in terest on two cents for a thousand years would pay ott tne public debt, bbe had hot made the computation and could not speak positively, but if this is the case she could not see the utility of so much talk about repudiation when the payment of the'nationatdeDt' 14 only a matter of Iwo.eenfs1 an'd'i question of time". 'She' was willing to turmsh the principal for that purpose, and accordingly enclosed two cents, which she requested should not be deposited to swell the conscience fund, but should be placed at interest for the liquidation of the public debt. Plan to pay off the National Debt The Havana Cigar Market. The prices of cigars in the Havana market are $500 per thousand for Ce lestialea, $300 for Leopoldinos, $250 for Senadorea and Patriarcas, $100 for Imperiales, $60 to $75 for Regulias, $45 for Londres, and $35 for Principes. The tobaefqjr'optliis year is soraiewhy .JA. Ia Ik.t r I OCI . 1 . 1 iwi"' w w w looi; iue quaniliy ,is; about 25 per cent. 'feKort: of last 'year's produce; and the price-is fully 2 0. to1 per oent(. dearer ;?omeot, the line quan tity ef this veat's .crop .will be finer than any, produced last, year: but little 'or none of 'tfiis-cfasH has been worked yet'.' An extraordinary dullness' has ' existed i n . the market; ooca sioned i b t '' the bigh prices sskdhe'sppposed inferiority of: the crop nd absence "of- .orders for, cigars, caused oythe large stocks .existing- id the United States, England and Germany.' Thei r:a'uantitT' of --tobacco shipped from Havana. isincerthe :1st of Jnuary,,15b:S,,is about '4,600,000; Jbs., pf which about 2,700,000 . went to, the N. Y. Post. Poisonous Underclothes. .. The t London .- Laneet . , and the London HTcalj, attenMon Jto, the "danger ;., of w'ea'rino- orange. Dink and red stockiners ind under clotning. 1 hey enow that tne lye which-'prbduces trie; various colore sontaia poison, and when brought in :ontact with the skia; by severe ftiction, produces a sore that is tatarniits con sequences. The Lancet refers to the case of a danseuse at Drury Lane Theatre, one of wqose feet was badly j poisoned by a red atoekingji An eruption covered Exactly that part of her foot which was concealed by her .dancing, shoes.- . The red stockings, seemed to be identified as the' 'agent of mia'chief' because 'the' ne cessities of the. ballet required the girl to wear a stocking of Another color on the other foot; and that .was "unharmed. The injured foot soon healed upon wear ing white' hose. , Leaping at .a conclu- sioit'from ' these premises, the' Lancet poped that tbe flashy, red stockings Would soon, be. retired from the market. California Wheat. ,The San Francisco papers rep0:t thaT certain sections of San Joaquin county produce ?;fprty,;, bushels, of. , wheat ,'And eighty -five bushels of barley to. the acre. The Chili'Club wheat' ho weveri raised jn Eos ' Atigelos -'county;" yields eighty bushels ot wbeat and one hundred bush' els of barley to the acre. These im mense, crops;, it is stated,' are produced without the use of .any. kind of .manure.' or fertilizer, except . rain ,and -sunshine. icti -ei.ai.t3 ui uuitivabiuu, iuirij.twu uuisu- e!lS ef-' wheat- per' Acre- is 'considered av very:hne crop. . rom twenty-oight to thirty bushels per Acre Is the customary yieldoftharic.grain'jgrowing countries. Photographic Relief Printing. j Tho--n't Magazine", --, describea a new English, patent for relief printing., py pnotogiapny: ., A., flraw.mg is made inline or stipple, and a negative photograph is" taken from' it.- This is used to print, pbotogenically; upon a filrri of gelatine mixed with a chromic salt, which gives - an impression with; the whites of tbe picture in intaglio, and the lines iu relief. A plaster cast is taken from this matrix, and a typo-met, al cast from 1 the plaster.1 This last is touched up, if necessary, and; mounted, like; a steieotype, for printing. .. .-' , ' ; ! ' ' Coal m Russia. The foreign scien tific journals report that recently large and most important , discoveries of coal have been made in Knssia. ' The mines of one district alone are;'- according to the fat. Petersburg journal U-oloa, capa ble of supplying annually 400,000. tons far one hundred arid fifty ortwp hundred years..; Since ,1864 there ; have .been surveyed in the valley, of the Don forty four . beds, . the. aggregate -quantity. of which is estimated at more than eighteen billions of tons.; The Golos asserts that the mineral wealth of Russia far. ex ceeds that of, England, and at the same rate of production, would last , lor two centuries after the English , mines had been exhausted-- r-. t laOPER W . W " " WATCHES. AND JEWELRY. Fs , A. i & ' Li LESQUEREUX . - ' ' IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IlfJ " WATCHES, CLOCKS SIFTER and PLATED WARE,' CASES,' SPECTACLES, CUTIiERV, SOLI PEfS, : i:' POCKET-BOOKS and ,. .-- ! - ,' ', ..OPERA GLASSES, ' ' IN ENDLESS TARIETT. : ' ' Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of : Sell Vhsmasi and WaterbuiyClocks, For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents . ; for the ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass es (r renoh and Geneva) m full supply at low rates. - ' ' AH orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. feblt-eodly No. 71 South High St., Columbus. john sohneider; v ' : DEALER IN , IV ATC1TES, CLOCKS, J EWELR V, M0SICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac. " ' 173 South High street. Uolumbns. O. Reoairinn carefully done and warranted. .. naj7-eod6m . BOOK BINDERIES. 500,000 BOOKS WASTED FOR HAVE YOU ANY HOOKS, WAG IZISBS, - SHEET MUSIC. Ad.. Ac. that you wish in h,n bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of the city by giving notice through postoffice, or at the Franklin Steam Book Bindery " ' ' AND ..-':.''!" ' BLANK . BOOK MftJJU FACTORY One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in the State. . ,. ... , .- i-.i; Kosmi 31, 36, 38 NortU Hisrb Street, (Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman - . steam rrinting umces.) BLAKK BOOKS I !.. -. I1LANK-BOOKS!! BLANK BOOKS ! ! Of everv description and quality, from the hishest to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound to any required pattern, and superior workmanship, at the lowest pnoes. ,' Orders trim uounty umoers, uanKS, lueronanTS. sad all Uffioers requiring SUCKKIOR BLANK BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per sonal attention. i our patronage respectiuuy souoitea. W. XV. LEFATOR, ont3-doflm r .': ! 7 - ' Proprietor SIEBERT & LILLE Y, Blank Book Manufacturers, PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS. ' Special attention paid to manufacturing first class BLAISK BOOKS of every description, with or without printed Head ings, tor . , . . . j: ' .,r COUHTI" OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, XANFFACTUBBBS' BANKERS, KA1LKOAD COMPANIES. AO. AV Pnll sets of Books made .on short notice. HOUSE - BUILDING, aprU aouly !' ::. . -i COLVlCBtm, OHIO, If'.lC'n" MEDICAL ;-WHY.;;ENPURE;.:-;: A LIVING DEATH! The 'eonflrmed dyipeptic may almost ray with Sti. leter, "Idie dally." The obieot ,of this artiele is wremwa nmot B nispar.gs.but to snow im bow tobaoish them I I . forever- The means T. immediate and permanent relief are proffered latin- - . . "" - ' -1 - j sin t, i '. -u -,,J : .ii n:m ii'.: ;'i !-.:,: ':: ! 'HOOFLAND'S .1 .5; GERMAN X.1: BITTERS! I ir.X -.--'.' ,.-;.') . J nd it is for him to say whether he will eontinua I (endure a living death. or to put himself ia -i -! Won to render lUe enjoyable. ;- - j-i -;r -. .I- . t-.-T I WING -AD VERTlSEHltlTrS j Ainorr.. 5; w v v-df'. "! f the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stom : hie ar to be fbaad la every oity and town in the ; nited States healthy men and women, rescued ; on. torture by its f use. and eager to btar 'r'Stimoilv to ita vir- ? J ..Ijim . It. tHfrm rmn. x ly other Bitters in existence, in this special par 'ular it is not alcoholic '' . r or.such constitutions and systemsas require for 25 IHopPLANrrsr-Oi a -t V GERMAN -TONIC ! . - ro ' - t' :-. ' -'-.-. "a-: -s. 'f as been provided a preparation in whicb the sol ;d extracts ef the finest restoratives of the vegeta v,e kingdoa are .held in solution .by a spirituous r rent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe '.Uient. in choosing -between these tw treat AntL ; ee. should be guide I by his own 'condition. If in f very low state from debility,- the Tonic should be .s seleo ion; but in cases where the uMntaaey Is it so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required. 1 housands find infin- sf ite benefit from tak- ' U i ... . n.t - , iu vm. : . luere-is- no poasa-oi uigfi.ioa1 oiiiuusnesB, nervous uiaease or puysi d prostration to which they are not adapted, and i wnion, singly or eomoined, they will not effect jij'j'jfi .eh 1-.' r.-.'.-ii' ! iui 'i Zzchmge Pain for Ease !.,,..; .-it-. T'-.;. nd 'Weakness for Strength.. Get rid or tba ail eots wuich interfere with enjoyment; cant gloom .d despondency to-thejMnds; take a stronger hold ' life aud. ip short, beoomea . , ; .; .. . ' ' .- NEW MAN "rk'';",' .".. ' ii-- I i ' I 4 'I'-'t. Ihrougn tne instrumentality of the most powerful , -i d popular of all vegetable iavigorants and oor- J-ictives,, ., , -: p. I ' " ' ' ' -.- ,- ;.-.-- . . ft i-lt Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and !l the complaints which proceed fiom want of ..-oper action in" the livor, the stomach and the ' jiwels. are eradicated by a course of this great CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC, I - " ' rbichrnot Only e'batsHd conquer dis'easestB'at ' tve entrenched themselves in tte system, but , -the best known safeguard against all unhealthy - tflje'nces. Persons whose occupations and pur i iita suojeot them to the depressing effects of a ' 'ise, unwholesome atmosphere, should take itreg ., arly as a protection against t he 1o fevers and tier disorders which malaria engenders. Inva i Is who are ; r WAStINC AWAY,"; ' ''imout any special eomp'aint,' exseit a gradual lination of bodily strength and nervous eaergy, II find in the' BIT- 1 TERS a fountain of : tality and vigor, as rarosbing and exil ating as a pool in the desert to the tand-soorohed id fainting travelers. . . . , . '--.,.'... . . ' t j : n - - Vi!,: ..--:': :'V - . HOOPLAITD'S " JJEREVi AN BITTERS 1 ..-i II .Sf.'Ci'H. I .-a-...' - leomposeiof- the pure iuiees fnr.-as thy are me- . cinauy -termed, extracts), ot tt x.ti. Herbs and . irks, niakinar a preparation highly concentrated . id entirely free txom Alcohol io admixture of any nd. C ERF.? A U TOT& C ' a combination of all the Ingredients of the Bit rs, witb the purest quality of Santa Cms Rum, range, eto.making one of the most pleasant and . rreeable remedies ever offered to the publio These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com- , airit. Jaundice, Dys- pep,ia. Chronic or rvons Debility, Baa Chronic Diseases of e Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a disor- . ireu uiver ur sbomacu, ., - such : - : . as Consti-. , , -, -I-' nation. Inward .Ii Piles, Fullnesj of ' . -- ' Blood to the Head, '' Aoidity. f the- Stomach. ' ' LNanea. Heartburn. Dissust , ci . for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour eructations. Sinkin: or F'luttering at the pit of the Stomaoh, ' Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult ' r reathing. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or - uffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture, -. Dimness of Vision, Pots or Webs belore the , ' Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, , Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness , of the Skin and Eyes, Paiu in the i ' Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, ete.,' '. i - '.; Sudden Flushes of Heat, i - . Burning in the Flesh, I -. - - -' - -Constant Imagin- - ; .! ings of Evil, and ' Ureal Depres '" I sion of '5 j . ' ' 1 - Spirits, - -' I They aro the Greatest and Best! ' , HIL.001J r'uxtiirxErts " ver known, and will care all diseases reuniting - tn bad Blood. Keep jour Blood pare. Keep 'ar Liver io order. ; Keep roar disestive g&ns in a so and. . heaitfay oondition, by r e use ef these remedies, and no disease will evr isaii yoaa . - . ' .! - - r . . - !, . jr- t-.: - - ; ! ' :Veak and Delicate": Children , re made strong by the use of either of theserem lies. They will cureevery ease of MARASMUS ithoutfail . . Thousands cf certificates have accumulated in - .0 ban ts of the proprietors, but space will allow T i the publication of but a few. Those, it will be ,. -.served, sure men-of note and of saoh standing that -aay must be believed. ' HE' WrlOLE SUPREME COURT ' op PEXHSYLVANIA 1 i i SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. V ho would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes ... timony t ...... HON. C. W. WOODWARD, : :'hief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl i Ania, writas : : . Philadeltota. llareh 16, IS67. i I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" isa good ton "i. u-eful in diseases Pig of the digestive or j ins, and of great ben- l efit in cases of debil- j and want of nervous adion in the system. ' ifours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD. HON. JAMES THOMPSON. Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. -Philauelphia, April 88, 1866. ; 1 consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua .e medicine in eises of attacks of Indigestion or -,' spepsia. I can ce-tily this from my experience it. Yours, with respect. -. JAMES THOMPSON. ION. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN i -othonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva- ' a riLes ' .' ' Fhixadelfhia, Sect 14,1867. " "Hoofland's Germai Bitters' is a ver useful ar c'cle as a tonic and as an appetizer. It h not an in xi ating drink, and may be used benefioially by ' : .rsons of all age. Re pectfully yours, JAMEa ROStJ SAOWDEN. Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited, i ee that the signature f oi C. M. JACKSON on the wrapper of J each bottle. Ail oth ers are counterfeit. - Principal Ofgce and Manufactory at the German edicine Store, No. 631 ARCH -STREET, Phila elphia,fa. -' : . im . - HARLEM M. EVANS J Proprietor. Formerly C. M. JACKSON A CO. nnr hnttla...' al nn , (jooflaud's German Bitters, naif dosen........ 6 00 lloofland's German Tonio, put up in qt. bottles 1 0 per Bottle, or a halt aosen lor 7 oo.- -Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy n order to get the genuine. jFOS " SALE ST ALL DRUGGISTS And Dealers in Medicines everywhere. ' jyl2-dw4s s-eowly " -ol -it'TiT .'fiiwiJ f!. DRYCfOQpS. 1868. .711 ''",:'Auri?MN;jVr':b fi-i" '..'j I" .-)-., Jut -Ofii, GILCHRIST, Nos. 23 25, 27 & 29 S, High Strfeet, -; , ..." . - , . '. '..' ...-..- I'j'if Mh..-r. 1 ' ly- WOULD INVITE THE ATTENTION of Purchasers to their unusually extensive ard elegant assortment of m i u,.. w.-i..; ... -ul: m . ; s' ;.' .ii:'.t ol 1 if'io ( Extra Ricb Black Silks; - j-i Novelties in Fancy Silks 91II 10 inn L;. . Poplins and Empress Cloths; . r ; French Merinoaand Cashmeres;'! ' : 1 ,-1 English and French Serges; 1,; inoindT)"..'. Chamelion Epinglines; . . . j . ;.' ,. Rich' Lyons Cloak Velvets; !-" '"J IllU ;-.i novelties 10 rjuso utoaKinia; -, s,,t. elveteensfor making Costumes!4 .OKf :)i 1 ,:i Astracban and Chinchilla Cloaking:;- i ur,' I rupero raisiey shawls; , . , , I -hi Cashmere and Broehe Bhawlsj1"3 -"-l I Point de Gaze Laoes. Collars aad Setsj. ., r, ;; ' 'Harris' Seamless and Atsxaudres'ids " i in Superior Witer HosierrJi.lJ t ll .1 I Misses' and Men's aderino Teets.((., 1J;( ,j, i :..!. '!::Vi!.-!"!"!. l,i -,Ifw -:' .1 . ;'JH I -I'm j -ll 1 110151' .i.'.'-v ,!vnr In '.!-..i)T STOCKS: r-J v nit.. 31'lil Ii; w-a-r . I iS THE OITY' 00" I.'-.".! llltit-fi Ml .Jioir. i'-;t;.-' .;! 'iT'il .p i'(J yill ii.l 1-yJ 1. .1 1: 1 ..;; .'! t.'j J Ii.ff. shni ,nn?h .in House Farniahing Dry Goods; !'l'f .i ir!;j Blankets, MuslinH. Linens . ' Sheetings, Lace Curtains, TowelingV, Ac, Ac; Also. Trimming Satins. 1 -d 1: u. -. i-7"ila ti.l.i ! ALL 'at THE -c f .'.!'.(! yd !)'; :;-i r.'Jiif i.ir; -pRiCiEa .ir-j lo :i!'i- -i V VERY . LOWEST 1 ill : -t-: .'- j -tJl t-i:. ' V I!" ' '' ----zVIAi i.ii'iM. .;'(!' ! Merino UndeTcarmefits of all irradet and quali ties for Gentletnea, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also, a fresh stock of Hoop- Skirts and Corsets in the newest styles. . .., tt .-,-!ii.T1i 10 .ii- iootT-daml ... GILCHRIST. GRAY A 00., il-lll FALL .. ': AND v-WINTER ..I: ! :ui ; iil-'n.j atri'-)i io'l D!DRY GOODS: .(K'i ;:'.!:! :ii-'K J-'llf " .i;irtifli Is ilV.t Jt '!?--' t ' V7i''-lii 1 ' fcli-.i'jn i.r.i' Vi EXrRAbRDINARY INDUCEMENTS : ".ii vr .:-'".: n . r.n i j-.i L-sn ,ii-i.' I , ti.-i ' !' ' - ToiBxrsr ""JgL'ry '' T. N A U C H TT O W l Si l 7. !'! :'i; ' m-i J -i ! ' rc.'-i :: ')i-;H.i;; i'miji lii.i 'hit " v -; ' Purchasers of Dry Goods are oerrVially invited to . . call and examine the . . , : ;'.. ' i- . ,'.' f'. . l.l'J.-j'iCi vi:. .. .'-,. :- .- - iv iu iu .. DRESS GOODS i J.. J .CHE APT " FANCY GOODS CHEAP - SHAWLS...,.. DOMESTICS EVERYTHING . ..CHEAP! -..CHEAP . ..CHEAPlJ ' - - ' ti.;-: '. ii i;i 11:1 JAMBS NAUGHTON, IIS & 122 South illfrh Street,' 'J' novll-dly-aprlT ' ' : COLUMBUS. OHIO, a:-iX ti CLOTHING. ; CUSTOM,' AND READY-MADE, ';:. ;:r - - ' : . . - 1." ,!'uVl'l ' ' Z- - ,,, . 0 ., .. THE OHIO,.-,-.- ;,:o tf ;- filerchantTailoring & Clothing; Co., . , JTO. 189 OPEBA BOliBS BLOCK,; "' ' - Colunabua, Ob to.' 1 . .-'.- ,- i,; : , '. , ire ij. A SUPER B NEW STOCK of CLOTHS Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vea tings, bo h Foreign and Domestic, for Fall and Winter wear. ! GENTLEMEN OF FASHION - ' - ,: ;r ; - . .1 .. , v . V. i.. i ".. Will always find both onr. materials and our work to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare no pains in producing the most elegant and lash ionable garments to be found anynheie. t " , EEADY-MADE-UJLOTHINa-, Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves, in tbe latest and most fashionable styles, will al ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties of the season, at very low prices. GENTS' FTJENISHING ' G00D3 In full lines, alwavs kept on hand. "' . HENRY MKISa, Superintendent. JOHN RICH Treasurer. ,,. , w . G. PbRKS, Foreman. '! f; : ' ' oct2S-daod3m ,1:..i . , i u, .,!(.; J FALL AND WINTER - GOODS. HUNTER'S . Clothing Emprium r i- .:- ! Jr.-.. - No. 220 South High St., . . COLUinitUS, OHIO. rHAVE JUST RECEIVED THE largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of French, : .. ..,'-"';'. EriirllMli txnd A?oxtiet3tio OIotxAtsi, -' Connimeret., Sco., for Gentlemen's wear," which 1 will sell at the low. est Cash prices. . Also keep constantly on hand a well selectee itookof .. .. .- - ...-- .'.A... . READY MADE CLOTHING. ' " JOHN HUNTER, ' juaa-dly v ; - 880 8onth Hih strv.'- COManSSION., .v. . : WM. MON YPENY, j Forwarding' - and - Commission MERCHANT, ,1 -',' " DEALER IK V '' ' CRAIN, OF, ALL KINDS. ' . Ot7s, WHISKT, ."'! -1 I iter T ; t Prices ' Paid at all times for Corn, W ' Barley, a e ete, ; i : ',. ; f 'f r c',E ' " 1 .' j,'1', Near West End of Nsil'l U Ad BrldKCj, febU-deodly (iiUYica. J j - . 1:1 .'- n .i ill'.f l!'.:'-.. i . tiA .-. - I '!' $'.i-JKi 'M:l 1- tt' NAUG3IT0FS ........ . .-.' -.;;;' c..-. . 1-.U iu ! -r , . .'.-.I !-.!' . t r1S I't '! 1! j , :.iO !" . I .-- lit -. :M :VA', . -!.' !-;i j.'J -:. :'. !' ''.'.- " ' '. VP ib.i' 111 ' ;U: 1 -::i:.it -l-.v. ni jf r.-.n i-tt 1 -.1 ? IK'.IIHr'. 1 V : . isssBi,.,MiiiB IKLPER WAH0tJ6F: sswW,,,s"'3iMlsl f l111 J. - nyfjaj.i., a)VaCsBjWawjiBawssBsjasjawss PAPER " VZaREHOUStr l!lf BTfO.fi ""I a-IIlrf' .a -10 II The attention of the Trad , T , -.F . r -TT (called tbUiiaperi- o; U:,f..t v ovataekot li iU'il'jjIs -Jlfl 79VO ft rfi.inr :il -T-n.'-jir rlld (oLmh i.ii!l v i - F APE R $ 0 Fj A L L'KIND S Jell ti ilM'.tiiilMA -ill 1 1 ihow 9ifl Jf:ij ota'. miJj Irtao -wvo oi! jou V.in bn ,t9io j.-:; Ji. if J Juatreoelved'ndf'.-isalaby bnu i ht'.::'.ih J,..I3 isiB:ii sLi .svofiw uaai eJiifVf" 3ii.iJ Laa t-A ;,(U ol esnoltf (ijuo!):Il nf -iifc ilei.O snibf.-khoi " nollii.'iisoo'j sdl -oi rlSII'tilAhtao UI03t t:oiJih3aiq 10 ia'MUU9iil9 i(s tSLSto ivisvrK''idfrB3rv no 3iiJ l-.unf 1I ".rii.ltilj 9ii3 lo ijioiinaT fioJJunJfuisl'-. 9i:otJ -jif Iii38 f.i OXi.'iV- SliJ ii! I -- Hps 'Zfj-Ji TS'iT-ff W f bc - fiU.!!j(lO Ait W sli li'iiiiJjOiWI TlfiW't-l3V9 hi . 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J sa ,Wl 9i1 M .Ji'ii in ) o:i..nfMS.AXEB8.':u 'I novS" ' - i ' t.- rf. f'oon sA ii'Mli INSURANCE, " Auditor of State's Certificate .M-.lfTO (It Hlta Lvt'J A S3TI A3 TO THE BUSINESS A5B AFFAIRS OP THE .t I: .7 n ijs-.ci, . . til iiis.t ?islT .COXIIXPTAL .IXSURAIVCE . , C0.r: 11 i or NEW';;iir.'J "v'"i'-i sfiU ;! I P.; ; .iivv.iii .'(.i.' f it.; i.i'Ki"ni. uT' 'J-O& TBB YSAB iiTbltTS BgOBMBXS tT, 8ST.a ,l 11K.!; f.-i;.-:.i'iii: 1 1 , , ..'; 1 -,;::. tij . Capital fulIypaidp...i..j.J,.i.j.:i3O0)OftfK ni Amount oi Available asset8..,.Ifbl40O 9r,l CERTIFICATE FOK PfJBMj CATION. '. .t ! i' ATTnTmn liv sviirfa ni'trr. ri-.'.t X, . - . i.r,.i.,nx vr-ingiiMK;,, f ..... ! COLHMBDS..O.. K.bril.r. lSl IfM8 ljo.l It lU'A- . DEPABTH&KT OP-lNSGKSKCB. ! v JV . V B.W V Jk u JA ajv a. aj u v a -a ; a j jji.a , It is nereny certmed. That taa Coatmental (Fire) I Insuraree Comoany, located at JV'ew York, in tha ' State of New York, bas complied, in all respects, with thelaws of this State relating to sucb InSur-' ' ' ance Companies, for the currant year. And has 1A i in this Office a sworn Statomeni, ;by.-th proper . . Officers, showing its condition and busiaesst the . date of suoh statement, as follows : t . . .,-,... i Amount of actual paid-up Capital!... fSW.ribb to , Aggregate amount of available assets.. :.1,8M,3W 31 '' Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (inev . t.h-1 R-insurai,c...- S81.093 9J r Amount of income for the pre-eding year 01,tas 10 Amount of expenditures for the preoed- ' " (. ing year-..- .681,443 47 In-witness -whereof, 1 hava ASrennto snbserlbrd f l i name, anil caused ths. Hrai if n. , ' .JseaO Office to be affixed, the day: and year abeya i " .'."v" "3k. 'H.' GODMAN:A'ntUtoir rf'Stat.'r.': f By. JAB. Williams. Chiel Clork. - ; Geo. F. O'flarra & C6Jt AgeiitsV,r.H. 'i (Nadchtos Block), i;:ii iniui Inm nnlii: a Colatabus, r"'1, a,... -i .. : ... .j iiiv '".v. intiint X ooia --.,(3 .ii,'(J ul XT!:'.--'' li ,-:-lVO i "2.. -i i::i-.;'l Sill -h i ! , .. - . . .., r. .. ,., .-.'., 'O- AS TO THE BtTSINISS AND AFFAIBS OP THE , - .1,!, s ( 14 i vj.i.i '... - -.:& PACIFIC INSURANCE COMP'T ; I .' OE SAN FRANCISCO, CAsi? baa "' ft ! -V5 H. vi'.,.-! '--ii. 1 1 1 '. .Uill. JB nV! CEHTIFICATE ; FOK PUBEICATIOPT. I 3-.;L. 11 AUDITOR OF STATE'S 0FEICE. .;: t ' I - ., DEPAKTMEKT OF IK8CRAKCK. ,i -, ; r ' Columbus. Sept. 19th, IS68.J f It is hereby certified. That the Pacini vlnsuraasei Company, located at San Francisoo. in the State of.. ; - California bas complied. In all respects, -with 'the-' 1 laws of this State relating to such Insure ace Com-,,; j panies, for -the enrrent year, and has filed in this office a sworn statement, by' the proper offioers, .showing otsooaditionraod business.-at Aa alataaof" - suoh statement, as follows, gold cuirency : Amount of actual paid np Capital. ..'i JI.OOO.OoO' M rAggregate amount of available assets..' l,?89.8ia OS ll -Aggregate amount of Liabilities .269,329 9$ Amount of income for the preceding- - year.. ...... , .708jOO? W.i,' ..Amount of expenditures for the pre- . ceding year ....4. - 633.8S'1S ' la witness whereof. I have hecranta-subaoribecl my name, and caused the Seal-W my Ofhea . 1. 1 - Iseal.1 to be ffixedi the day and year above written. - '- 1 J JAiS. WILUAAIS,. ' r Chief Cleirkfor Auditor of State. ' Geo. F, O'Haira Co.j'Agients,; (Nacgbton Block). '" '. . . '' . ".'."' Colnmbiis, O. i 7-. .1 :;l ;- liv.! :i; Js.'iJ'i! ! ; ..; i '. ',.'.n- k !;,. 1 ei ,'. SKI AS TO TBE BUSINESS AND AFFAIBS CP TBS NORre BRiThn & mercantile 3? Of London. ; and Edipbureh; ' ,.- AUDITOR UP STATE'S OPFICB,! "l" Insurance Depabtmekt, UKi.i Tv.'oiCoLrjMUB, O.. Sept. w, ieu8.) - It is ; hereby certified".! That the North rtrit(ll 0 and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and , Kdiaburkh, bas'eetnilied in all resptets-with tk,CJ laws of this State relating to Firei Ins a ranee. Com- , d panies of foreighn Governments, for the current ' year.inoludin toe deposit of Ona Hundred Tbou- 1 - ; sand Dollars for the security , of Polioy holders -, , .siding in tbe State of Ooio, and that the sworn smtement of its proper officers,--filed in this depart ment shows its condition and business at tbe data ' o? suoh statement (Deo. 31, 186TJ &g follows : 1 Amount of actual paid np-eopiUl-. . .:. . ; 30,ooo ' ' Aggregate amount of available assets 13 .608,803 65 'Aggregate amount of liabilities........ A 742.210, '. Amount of incono for the preoedieg - - I "h I year , pAU 2,, , . rAmountof-expendituresforthepreced- ' . . ing year J.TSM6-i 1 j Jn witness whereof, I hvs hereunto subscribed i . my name and caused tb Seal f any Offioa' IsEAl.J' Ho be affixed the day aad, year above . . i written.-". -f-.----'-i!-'i - JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor ef State. - By Jas. Williams. Chinf Ailaik. j Geo. F. O'Barra & Co.; Agents, '.(NAtroHTON Block). '1 '.'-' ' i". ; a ' Clssmfcitsjjy.15'-"--. ootld2law3w-thAs-r