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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Postoffice
December 9, 1868.
Allan A 6 Alfred AlmonSS Anderson A V
Andrews Denial Allen FO . Allen J C. i
AUrhtJieel)AakeraJetonl : Allee MeliaM
Apvle Mis' S A Alexander WmAakey W(0j
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Bailer K B
Bankerd flenry ; Brooks H R
Beller Iswiah 1, Barker James .
Beach Mrs J Bartley Johnson
Ksker John - Brewer Lucinda
Blare Mike :, u Butler Mies If C
Bradford S W Baker Stephen
Brickell MissSue Bryan F F ,
Bei-ey jVlwa 8 i
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Bishop Wanes Brown Matthew Biioa Bsb'ca reg
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Cook Mrs Ellen M Crawford MrsL' Co tie Geo Wm '
Jretim dames D ' ConlUa J M . . Clyiner iraao
Craob Lieut J B Campbell3aoob Cook Jas B , ,
Crawley John Cmmcl John Craft Lewis ,
I iooper Mrs Maria Clark Miss Mge Carter M O '
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lorsey MisE'b'thDennie MissLS I'svia H ,
Dor wart Barry , Davis HarryKJ Davis Mist Jane
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iaka Henry "Francis John M.Fookesjtj B '
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MISCELLANEOUS.
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ST. james hotel;
I.'. .sFonrtsa Street, swar Malm,
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j'l'iVv'V, CINCINNATI; OHIO.
flENEY, P. BW:JS Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOOSB.HUKHTBALLT LO
eatedand convasiaut to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most dosiflabie stopping
niaoe for persons visiting the eitr. So pains, will
...spared to make the stty ot guests pieasaat ia
every partieular. , .1 myia-deni
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice.
7b all whom it may eoner
;!hlJl CoLrKBrl.-,tJiDtl. es J
lfeBie lereby ivutprejUsliwf DMA
lnstitated in the City Council of Columbus.for mak
ing the following improvements, to-wit: - ji
Por eradini
tnenonn nan 01 rerry atreer treaty
:EbeV'adttera and
at) way Jht sideAl
wallcjMIn Mjanajd Mreet
Ho.e eaet llnelol ivt Ni
asQiBBen avenge
to
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a doablewoi
rMou nd street upon
( upon toe west
,. VI tie tame. to b.do iocouUnce,wjth plats and
estiuialestobeprepsrrVa- Dr.Mtte CltrCivn Engrn
eer. andfllodintheooe'dtltbeCityqlerk.7 '.; ;
" All persons claiming damages on oeaunt of said
proposed improyetnent,-ere: reqairea'-ro-ffle their
olai ins in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
Paving Notice.
7o all whom it may concern : "
rfntina la neranv riven thaanirineMlinrfl havabeATT
usututea g tne vitj, tjounou oi joiumDns, lor
lnl'r laying a double, row flag stone crossing aorosj
Center alley on the norfn side of iioog street? " "
nejso, tor oniiaing jt aouue low nag crossing
across South Pablio lane atthe-Vest tide of High
, for building dorfblS tow flgcrosing
across Soutb street at the weal -aide of Hia-b street.
'iTie same to be done in aecbrdance with Dlata and!
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office bt the City Clerk; ' '
All persons oLataiing damages on arcoont of said
propSsed improvements, are required to -file their
claims inthooffioeof the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Iweuty-JIfth aj of TJecember,, A. D,
Is Ina vi ,e;jia nj -i fl tt ' WTT.Hrt W '
nolgrdjtawjw tI- -jr City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
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U1TY ULEKii'S urriVK, I
Coi-ifUBca. O., Hot. IB. ISS-i,
Notlee Is herebv aivea. that Drooeedinganave been
Instituted in the City-Conner! -of 4tormbns,-fai
making the following improvements, to wit:
For gr ding and paving the ut paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of Washing
ton avenue from the north side of Hatten Place to
tlleibltth sldeJof Gayltreet. r" T f J r;-,
' AJarXJUrreaavlnK-High street frimsPeiTy (treat
otherTrporatiorj liBo, ( -,,"'.'.! i
Afc. for grading fcnd paving with boulders tne
rWeiwaj of -PuDlio alley from FittVstrtet to Sixth
street.
The sameto be done fn accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvement', are required to file their
elaimrin the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
hfrtr kh ! ml riav nf Jannarv. A. 11. iron.
"Clerk'
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Paving Notice.
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1888.
iCITY- CLKRH'S FFICB
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Notlee la herabv aiTen that oroeeedinaa hare heen
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For grading and paring the en pave sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west aids) of the va
cant truuod west of the market house, and for pa
ving the balanee of said vacant ground with Niol
son pavement from Town street to Kir o street.
Also, lor laying a double row of flag crossing
aena Center alley on the south side of Spring
street. . ...
Also, tor laying a oouoie row nag crossing across
iter ellej at tne aout sue ol iong street,
h. am hii done in aAnordanee with nlats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
A II neranns elaimina damaaes on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of tl.e Clerk, in writinc. on or
eetort.avi!.lKttUl uay ei January, a. jt.
a li-l r-. - a o Aw
fc-E. WILSON . .
novJ6-dltaw4w
Gitr Clerk
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes therein name.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of &ae eitjr of plumbas,,lha5 there be and is
hereby appropriated eu of any miner in the Treaa
nry not heretofore anpropriattd. the following turns
of moeev, to-wit:
f or tne psyment or expenses 01 street commis
sioner and Chain Gang, tl.oou.
For the payment of employes of the Fire De-
artment, 01,200. T
tor tne payment 01 expenses 01 kj rnioe. e1.
450. For the payment of salaries of City O ears,
tt)0.
For expenses of City Park. $1,000.
For the payment of-eieaning and repairing street
lamps-, $109. - ... --v kJ!
r or Uas and uas Liignis, aiuu.
Fomavment tf ISioolson lavement inl front of
South Engine Honse. aSOj.
r or sewers and Drainage, aiaiu.
Fo payment vf l'emporary Loan, $15,000. ,t 1 .
StM. 1. The several sums of money appropriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner prescribed by tne nun section ot tne ordi
nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance
To assrss a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing the west sine ot mgn street irom nooie
street to Strawberry alley.
Rir-rinvl. Kei it ordained bv the Citv Cennoil
nf thaeitv of Colnmbus. That the snm of Fourteen
cents, fivesurlla; be and the same is here by re vied
ana) tsfessea upon eacn root iron vx to. sveriu
its of land boanding oraouttiog upon tne wees siae
r. Hurt atraat-fram Noble atreatte. Slraeberrr al--
lev. a tha aame are designated anon the Diet of the
Civil Engineer, on file in the office of the City Clerk,
for the cost and expense of building a double row
Hag crossing across mouna street at tne westaiaooi
High street, aaaording to the estimate of the City.
Civil Eigineer. 1 ', .'
OKO. v.- 1 Bat -xne owners ox toe several iuiv in
laa anea wbieh -the-faregoi g assessmeet is snade
ihalloavrthe-aaiouncsef money by them severally
due :in that behalf to John Murphy, within
twentt daVrfrom the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
President of the City Council. Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
me'sblutton"to4 Contract.' 1,1
Evolved. That the Citv Civil Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name ot the eityot IHUumbua, wirn frederick
Erfurt, for builoing a double row flag orossiag
across South Public lane at the west side ot High
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty eents per cubic
yard. r, . ' - - ; -.
ror nouiaer eatvusj, eorcy-nve cents per aqanre
y'd-- . , .
ror nagging, j iscuee im, piiiy oenu pet ra
il foot. i ..iini i ,:j . '
Adopted Nov' 23; 1868.
Attest s L. E WILSON -,
nov28-dlt : : : ; Kxif Clerk.
Resolution to- Contract, rp
BttoUtA. That the Citv Civlf 'Enciaeere. and
he is hereby, autborised and directed to contract in
the nana- of the artsr.-kCalambnsi,with Matthias
Laa?. -tor -baildimr. fc'donble -row flag' ercssiag
across south street at tne west side ot tiign street
nnon tha fnl owma terms, tn wit;
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per enbie
yard.
-s Forbemldar vg.. Forty ftve-ftTeats-'oer square
For graveling sidewalk. Fifty e.nts per cub
Adopted nov.33, ibob.
Attest: L. E. WILSON,
nev2-dlt . r. City plerk,
Besolntioh to Contract. ' '
SttoUtd. That the Citv Civil Engineer be. and
be ia herebv authorised anc directed to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Peter
Eagan, for building a double row flag crossing
eenaa-;Cetrterc-lley'wiF)kat-n.ortrix BKtJDf LPC
street, upon tne iouuwing terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty oeoU per cubic
vard.
F'or boulder paving. Forty eents per square
yard.
For nagging, la inohes wide, CO eents per lineal
foot' .
arinntjwfl Nov. Z3. lsrjs.
- -wAttastr-L. E-WILSON.-City CJerk-
Resolution to Contract-
Betolved. That the Citv Civil Engineer be and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of the oity of CoJumbua, with John
Mnmh. for grading and naving the annaeea side
walks on the west side ot sixth street from Town
tree, to Rioh street, upon the following terms, to-
For excavating or grading. Forty eents per
bio yard.
f or DriOKS laid, via w per tuousanu.
Adopted Aov. 33. 1868.
P Attest: L E. WILSON',
noyie-dlt . . r City Cferk-
Bfolvtd. That theCIty Civil rftngihifer be
and he is hereby aatbonx?d and directed to con
tract in the name of the oity of Columbus, with
Joseph Hartman for lowering tbe crossing across
Mnnnri street at the east side of High street to cor
respond with the Nioolson pavement, upon the fol-
gpwing serais, to-wit;- ,t .-i ;n .i.i.n..
Intny-nve ao lars. eouitfiotw. .-l..Ci.
Adopted Nov. 23, 1868. "
" Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. EBFABD.
G. HOBIOIB
CHEAK:BQQTANDJSH.OES.
. NEW FIRM.
rrt m. 8HGPARD HAVING FOR1TIED
1 a partnership with G. HUKIGER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade
JVO. 163 SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respeetfnTi Thvlte" their "frlends'TDd the
publio generally to call and examine 'tbeir flue and
well seleoted stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's boots ana sooes, mis day received di
nMifrnm the East, and which thev are now orTnrinff
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In onr man
ufacturing department special attention is given
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
nepairing ox an smw-awmr hu prumtrbij uune.
(W.mnlil rn.iMftntf.il I v anlinit a share of nnblift
patronage. -Please give as a call. No trouble
ghow goods.
Remember the place: No. 163 South High street.
8HEPAKD A HOKIGEK.
Columbus, O. Sept. 13. 1868. . , , , , eepl3-dtf
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The attention the Business Pnbllo called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment. I
Eleven.. $team PQwfer Presses
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BESt1 AS) LATEST KINDS
And oar ability.'to get out work promptly li '
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to our already
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LARGE TARIE1 k4?
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
as a call. Our large fonts of type enable us ,
jif to do all kinds of x, ;i j
BOOK PmiTIiG!
n the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything !
in this ine to the j
EJJEGANi: SPECIMENS
-';''-ThatwehaveexeentedInth past year.
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JOB PKINTINGr!
Tha repntation of this House for fine Job Printing
is-well known to the bneiuesi community, i
Employing, as we do. none bnt the
Be st of Workmen.
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And having a full assortment of tha
j----' til J-'! I !! 7iti'fr--'? a " h
STYLES f OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. !
mm in:t-fi fw'
ti J t ALLrEIID8 Oi A filtri,
Mercantile,
Railroad, ' I
Bank and '; O 4-
Y Cprrimerjrfaiqj
t.. Printing,
8UC A8- ,"'1""
Bill Heflds,2!ffir2sJDJ;
Circulars, . 30 Mf!xt '
Blanksraii kinr:, Checks-; ; . , r i
0 i. W- W - mJ 1 W Sast j
Drafts, &c, &c. !
IN FACT. " I
EVERY :tlJD l JOB TMSTiiG
i
Needed by the business public i
We also keep on hand a larger stock of ;
PMBHMLL RIHDS
Than any other Printing Bouse in the city inch
Super Royal, Medium,
' Cro-WTX Cap,
Letter and
CJap,
,.-;;'i'')n -iili itl ;
Of the best qaalitiea, and, parohasing them as we
do, dir-otly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond-
ingly low rates. We are Sole
Agentaforthe
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CELEBRATED v PAPEK3 ,OTZ?
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PJUA.TNEU PO BTEB,
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BLANK' BOOKS.
We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
- manufactured by ns. We are prepared to J
fill all orders for
TJedgersi,
Da-y Boolui.
CasIi Books
And 11 kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooki are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, ana weoha lenge competition
this line.
GIVE US; A3CALL
NEVINS & MYERS,
, SS 'sIc WorthrM'K Street,
G0UJMSU8.
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P. W. JiUNTINGTON CO.,
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Corner Broad tScHigh Sts.
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P. HAYDBK. JOS. BTJTCHKSOlt. ' W. B, BAT"
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
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NO. 13 S. IIICSH STKEET,
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Celambasi O.
YORK.
REEVES'
AMBRQSTA
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FOX. SHE HAIlt.
-".Improved Ir' ;,',.: ". '
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
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It causes the Bair to Carl tieaatifally, .
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Hoalthyi'; ''' ;
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.' ?
It forces the Hair ind Beard 10 grow luxuriantly. 1
It immediately steps Bair Falling Out. ,
. It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to ill, Original Color. , ;"'
' It brings out Hair on heads that ha'Vebeen bald fen
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t is composed entirely of simple and purely veget
.' ::: In ..... ,,j s ble substances.' " 5' ,.:'" j
ft ha received over six thousand voluntary testf
' menials Of its excellence, many which are from
physioians ia high standing.
It is sold in naif-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), bv Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
' Goodseverywhere,atOne Dollar per Bottle. Wbole-
aala by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C, WjillaA Cp
Bchiefielin ft Co., New York. 80BHT-moha7-dly I
J. VIENNOT & CO,, i
- GENERAL NEWSPAPER -4
Advertising Agents.
133 Masaaiia street, Msw fsrk. v
iXttallUIUdiMUaj,'-
We beg to call the attention of adverttserg to
onragenoy. Oar facilities with alt the first class
aany papers in tne country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms-and eon--ditiona
whioh cajioot fail tn iriva tniMrim i.Hiuuh
ments. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid South American papers, with whom we nave
exclusive con'racts We are the "onl v heusedoing
.siP.fU 1 Ill'l'IlTICl VI' 1J-1VL'.l:
We can, by special per jiission, refrr to 1
Mr. H. T. HguMBoiu, Druggist, 94 Broadway,
Aew Yo k. -
Messrs. H. R. "V andczib A Co., 198 Greenwioh
street. New York.
Messrs. Hall A Bucxil, -318 Greenwioh street,
-.. New York. . - ..
Messrs. G. Brucb'b Son A Co., Type FoaadersrU
Chamhe s street. :
Messrs. Phalon A Bow, New York. -
Messrs. 1'hei.on A Collkitdbr, New York; .
Messrs. Ta hant A Co., New York. -.-h
- Messrs. Chicecins AetON, New York.
Messrs. Kadwat ACo.,Aew York. -.-."- t f
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WATCHES AND JEWELRY;
f. ;a. & l. lesquereux
- 'p ;' -lMTORTEE8 AND DEALERS JjQ ' "
JEWELRV, "'7 .. -
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S1ETER and
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PLATED WARE,'
CANES, : - SPECrrAClftES,
' ' CUTLERY,' "' '
gold pea's, : , '.
POCKET-BOOKS and ," ',
:OPEBAeUgSEg
I ' TH ENDLESS VARIETY.! '
- Eeep constantly on hand a large assortment of '
Beta Thomas' aael Waterkairciscks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade.' Also, Agents
ior tn. - ,5
r. ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
W atoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass,
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at I
low rates. j
trr All orders promptly filled and satisfaotioa
r. a. A L. I.V-Q-EREDX, ' !
fcbU-eodly No.31 South Uitftju, Columbus. ,
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
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'It'll ree Hrraine'LeaveoIarubne (friiVeia
oi fvpout '! y (oanautva uxceptesl.)
'II.
3:5 A- M.i N1HHT EXPRESS.' arriving st
Zaiiettville at l'13 A.' M.: Hellair. at 10 -20 A M
iu"' ' "t A" M-! W oiagton City at BUD
lt:tO A;M.-LIUHTNING T?TPHRS-4i Mni,
at Zatiesviile at 1:7 P. M .Bellaire at 5:10 P. M ;
Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City atl33S
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' ti'ti P.'W.EXPRPHa InArr.'.arrlvIn.Wtjiini.
'villr at 4:56 p. M.c Bollaire at 805 P. M.i Italtimere
at r. at.: v asnington Jity at 5S0 J.. il. ' , . , j
-' Close conneetiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger" hal ting .through tickets to Eastern
oitios have the privilege of. .., , .,.,
T.siting Washington " City ' Free
'No Change of Care alOhio.River
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ii.; ' H'--M i . i.i . - "I
JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportaticn
JEPE- General 1 icket AgentT
t-- JNO. W. BROWN. Genl Passenger A aV. i
MEDICAL.
DRUNKENNESS
' f!WJtv
, CUBKD. WITH
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
VrnF: osi.t infallible REnp.fiT,
. X Can be giv.n'with evwitbout the knowledge
or tbe pauent. ut Johnston 9 t realise on Urnnk
enness. its ?onseanences and Cnre.' free nn ao
plication. Prie. of Specific per bottle, 01 SO, cr
uiree ooitiea ior s.w.. ,f
"' Aug, J.'' fechneller,
'Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Columbus, 0
' SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.' '"
seplT-diA8Swly , , . .. , , ; j
A PERFECT CURE
y For Dyspepsia,' Fever and Agu?V Acf-
dity of the btomach, Loss of Appetitej
Nausea, Heart-burn. Jaundice, and. all
07 diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach,'Liver or Intestines. " ''
Prepared"' by' Seward & ' Bentlet,
' ' Druggists, Bufiald, N.'Y,'' Sold by sll
' - iniggi$tfc',:' -!: ",o1 !
r. ti e. A l DEL A Co.VWholesale Agents : " '
j - SBB-ap4-decAwJy . .. ij-i , .'.
9ff1
v! 'jTlie OnrmC flr tlve Rlrf n. curw -
0tiri wltlioia .fimlU veiry r fklni of uw;LL
( aifiTbtly eruption of (he fiice, t()
t;..J J-"--OP 1 toiling, IrrltAlInar, or
dtstremlnff cntaiifotu ';'''' ' '
i ? ,-;e-e-o- Mnj par V .-.K
- : r person. r ; '
J? Rt nrnrtj relierM tn " rtif mortifjimff rrwp-.
-i j fftfui, and I m how lookmw tfmif like a rmrft,' writes
C'hiirle E. Noble. Geiiertil Agent of MicU. Ceptral
R. R , 173 Bronilway, N. Y. ' ....-
' tl jiitff if ch tamsWrfriie remf'rfv far Tetter, alow,
write Hi -ley Hro-., DrugiristM, Fairfleld, Iowa.
! -- -T "rw Iriml yawr ' tfitVhW rrmu far Barber'
Itch trith grtat tc,V wiritea G. W. I)umoDt, of.,
"' Loiniintur, Blass
' Btmd'lbr eircnUr. Price, 75 ct. and I.J. :
;: ;: Prepareaonly,bT ,, SOLON PALMKR, -f " 4
y -. 36 West Fonrth Street,. Ciaciaoatia O-, . ,
For ea!e by Druggists genesally.
septal -dcod A wly
iarF l LUsSO PH Y OF MAhRIAGE. A fSm
C01 RSsT OF LiECTbTh Ka. . delivered &i the lSee
r York Wnsenni' f Anatomy , entbracirff tbe anH
. jeoU: How to live unci what to live tor, Yontb,
1 aturit.T and Old Age; Manhood eeneral y review
4: ThecaoFe of ibdicestioD, flatulence and Ner
. Toaa diseases accounted for; Carriage p. iioeoph
' icallr considered, Ac. 1
1 Pocfcet-Tolvmee containinr thrlectures will be
forwarded to phrtie unable to attend, on receipt ot
r four staTmmi, bv addre-sin BKCRETAKY, New
; Youk rsKr-i op An atoms m Scifwcb. oii
Broapwat Npw York. VNT-febas-dly
. : BqoK BINDERIES. 1 .
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B30KS: iMnEDjoa -;bixdixg.
- -:-HAVE-YOU''
A IfT RtKrKS. in AO t ZINES."8HEET
xx. MCS1C. Ac.. Ac. that you wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
r prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
ftneoftij uj giviug uutic. imuugu posu-moe,. or ai
" the .-..,. - '
Franklin 1 Steam ' Book Bindery
BLANK BOOF MANUFACTORY
' One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
: the State. .
Hosni Zl. 36, 38 Norlli Ilisxn Street,
(Oyf Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
" - Steam Printing Odices.)
-BLANK ttOUKSl ;. - - :": V
BLANK BOOKS!!
-''"- - BLANK BOOKS!!
Of ever)' description and quality, from the hi best
to the lowest, trie ted if drsired, ruled and beaod
to any required patter o, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices. '
Orders frim Cft unty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
'and all Officers requiring fiDrfctlOR BLANK
. BUOhlS. will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. , '
k our patronage respectfully solicited. tJI
IV. W. LEFATOR, '
. eet3-deorl6m ' '; i: " Proprietor.
SIE BERT & XILLE Yf
Blank Book ElaDufacturers,
- PRINTERS,' BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS,
Special att-ntion paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK BOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Hesd
. . ioKS. for
'COUNTY OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, M ANFFACTUBKBS
BANKKKS, BA1LROAD COXPaMIES. 0.
' AT Full set" ot Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
-, aprll eouly ' , : V0LU31BU3. OHIO.
h-, GROCERS.
-M'DOLll, i MILES & M'DOSALDS,
--' 110. 14 & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET"'
3- Ft O C E n. ta, " v.
PROPRIETOR COLCSIBlTa) POW!
1. BMAGAZINE.andagenUforthe sale of
' Hatard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
. the sale of
GARDNER, PH1PPS A CO.'S . ,
Celebrated Sugar Cared Ilasngr,
and dealers in
FOREIGN", DO M ESTIU AND STAPLE
, ' .GROCERIES '- ' - --
in all their varieties. Imported , Wines, Brandies
Cigars, etc. iull-eodly
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RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO. —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
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a nir'-i ' H f- '
. wtifl m.
h hertes Route WSt-Nq Chang, ofCars to
Chicago, b-eotuk and Indianapolis.-
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FO'DiftAitS 0AILr leave estontlepoV Co
lumbns, onsmteftrj Nt- il868,a
ftfVf J.MftniBDltAND DETROIT EX
O.UV PriEJSS (fundavs excepted) Arrives
at Milford t-.ir a-milJrbani faW wiaHeWftrfootaitie
ft -ft r .nrlnnli a ift.M l-iiin. 11. IK M T .
Tb.! tr-l,n ' ron axpressiyTor- TtWdo1 an1 D
I w n.(fiV'fi'elptwi' Arrived St Bradford
J urietion HB p nKlKioh none aawnni., Ins ia'iepo
Iis80 p m, Loganp..slaflnl,m, ChiosgOO
PMna JS SV mt-Ua .Sbnrg MO a -n llurlinrln
Iowa, 11K a. keokuk bag pV.nK:
Leisneao a twt.Terre Ghate-llS? . ra. MatSwn
JS3 a m C-air..4:0 BjFan. 4:tY , Alton SW?,'
m,.St Lo,uis15 a m.Lafayette 18:00 mid, Spring
field. Ills 7:i a mt" - owej.oir'r
1 ?asangers b. this train reach St. Leal, the next
morning" boar. aliat and for pornts West
of St. Lonis and Aeukuk one train in advance of
all other reuses -intiuw iu -iff-'r
O.OU PRES9r(Sunraysxtfeptedr- Arrlvesat
Piqua 9i& p m, Toledo 5:30 a m. i emit 8:10-. ,,
Bradford Junction tJIJ! m, Loraosport 3i0 a m,
Chicago 80 a in, J nd -s na pol is 2u!5 a m, Torre Haute
6:30 a m. Mattobn :6 a m.' Pane lliM a- m.; Alton
M'U m; St. Lonis :0S p m. LiXa'erte?:45 a m,
Springfield. Ills., i:iS p m. Qdinoy 110 p m. Keo
kuk 1:00 am. Louisville 8,-Ou a m. Nashville 0p
m. Memphis 100 a
SUepinaoars run in this train frem-Celnm-bus
to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is deeidedlr tbe sett train frem Celrmbaa to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time ami a-rives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
hears ahead aniiurek.es direct conntctions fur
all point West end uaiken train in advaooeof
any other rqute. ,
ii1J 1 "k. J'lA nftt'l ..nndnn m. ft.,r''.
I .1 1 1 i1-.- "'""i tAmEJs, uany-vta
l,J Indianapnlis (Mondays exeected). . via
LoganSDort. . Arrive &t Bradford J I not inn At'lE 'sA
m. Lagaorport A0 a mTChicago Jr25 p m. Peoria
pm. Keokuk 10:45 pm. Indiarmeoll. ijlig.
Terra Haute 18:15 p m,fcvaasvill. lia pm. Siat.oon
4:10 p m. Cairo 4:15 a m, Pa.a SKW p m, Alton 0 p
m.1t.-ulsle:.m.-lf.wBe S:10 m. Leuis-
i, u. i.Mimiu amaiD, nemphis 4:15pm.
Passeng.rs by t .isjlwin arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicago 6 hoars ahead of
any other route. " ; t 'j
STATE ROoitt'SlVEEPIIG CARS
Run in this train froV Wttsburtrh to tndlananntls'
Call for Tickets via Ldganspert ( Indian
apolis. Tickets for sale at TJnion and Piqu Depots.
Columbus, and wt all principal Railroad Tiaket
Ofltoes.,?, , .... . . , .
.,,, f CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent.'
"J. J. M. HINT. General Superintendent
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
frl-Tr ITX-AIZXSB ISfclly-,
; J EXCEPT 8DNDAr.';"r ,:;
From Columbus, in connection with Trains we tne
LftttUe Miami A Colnmbas Jk XeMta
Baflroada.
ij I-- :!. .. -,, .. ,,, ;tK f
. KIGHT . EXPRESS Leaves Coinmbus st 1:10
KuVP""BI,wre, vardington, Gilead.
Galion, Crestline,- Bhelb.v, Shiloh, New London!
" wnAuivii,iiaiwii u jjcrci
land at5 A.M.. New York
and at5 A. M.. New York ) A. M. Thia bw.fa
leaver . Sanday morning, not Monday
aver . Sanday morning, not Monday. ...
NO. l ACCOM mo I) at ron i.mvm rv..
w a w ih stop at ait way stations., t This
train start from th. Kntiirbt Vtnl .
NEW YORK EXPRKSS-Leaveg Columbus at
uau &. m. t in stop at vetaware.A sbley .Carding
ton. Gallon. Crestline. Shelbs. New Laadon. Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at aw r, n.,nev ton Mil avilawiJI. !
MAIL AND EXPRKSS- Leaves ColumbasatlO
P. M. Will stop at Worthii gton, Lewis Center.
Ilelaware. andall Stations to Hhelby and Sbilh,
New London, WellingUm. UrafUin and Berea. Ar
New York T-,5. P U
Passeneers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping ear abCrestlineat
:10P M arrive in Fort Wajne at 110 P. M..
Ch eaco at SKW A - M. being ia advance of all eth
er rout-s. have ample time for breakfast, and take -tbe
earliest train for tbe West ' i--' o -
8PRIMGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at i-M AL,M. -Will
stbp stall stations between Colnmbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3i P. M., Springfield
t0 P. M.7 This train leaves Kpringfield at 7.-00 A.
arrives at Delaware at 8:25. A. M.; Columbus
100A.M. . - I )
' -i' i . '. ' .g t.f
raicniBietpmcuarsare
Hlakt Trains te Ctilcasro,
IVew Vorlc and ' 5
a Beaton.
i's-Baggage ehecked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. ' ii.. a v-it
.. - . RETURNING: .
. Nisht Express arrives at Columbng kt C4S A. M.'
Cincinnati Express arrives at -Columbus all;, j
Mail Train arrives at Colnmbus a 9r P. Ml- ...
.,, Springfield Aooommodation afrires at Colnmbas
at 10:40 A. at.'. ' ' i -
rare h Low ae by- suit Other eat.j.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ;
-VS- FLINT,
i T.-C . Superintendent, C level ind, Ohio.
JAMESPiTTFRSORr
' '' i: j" ; Agent, Color.b s.0aitv
, Columbus, Nov S3, 1868. ,. , ', ,
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN.
RAILROADS
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:
.
On aa- after MONDAY, Nov. ?JJ, IMS, FOUR
!ff TRAINS DALLY will leave Columbus
FOB. CINCINNATI, L0DI5VILLE, CAIRO, T.
. L0TJI8, DAYTON,. BICHM0HD. IH--,
. SIANAPOLIS & CHICAGO, ( f
Withoa (change of ears to DAY TON and RICB
AiON D, and only one change of oars to IN
1 ' DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO, ..
" Connections are reliable as follows ""'''
lilila -jM a ' i: - ' : mt'i .;!
FIRST TRAIN (DailyX , . ,
Leaves at 2 A. MVJtar Cincinnati, Circleville.
. Laneanter, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon-.-
don, Xenia, Morrow .-and LoveUad arrrring a
cCinoiiinatiat70a.m. .(. . 1;iSJ
:..!. SECOND TRAIN. - :&
". .1.1 (Daily except 8nndayaJ . r . .i f
Leaves at AUK A.. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and 1 .bicago. and stops at
W est ..fferFon, London, Snath Charleston. Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Foster,, lovelanyl, Milford. ar
, riving at Cine onati ae 10:36 A. 1L, eonaesUac
, with the Mail Boats.
'..; "'; THIRD' TRAIN. ! '!
"(Daily except Sundays.) : ' '.' 1
Leaves' at 1145 P.- it for 'Cincinnati. Dayton and
Sprirgfield, via Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati at
6:30 P. M.. . . . ,
" FOURTH TRAIN.'' 1 ,
. - .I. i J !.. A
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton, West
; Jefferson. London, South 1 Charleston, Selme,
Ce.arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M,
. L. C i i.iH: i . i t . . V . , .:-:i . .
.-.((i.Tuf tjii-'-.f.!.: .. j:-ii- (..- 1 "
8leep!K..Csu-e;en U Night Train a,
t...- .i'.'.)10rBn fY BROO R S, Ticket Agent.'
W. H. H. SUINN, Agent..
, JOHN DURAND, . r 1 s-, -. i
w.LVbkikn7 l,rinc'Bn,u
GenT Ticket Ag'tJ . .. .
v.O
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RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
!
j
h PANHANDLE ROUTE.
un ana attar June 38th. l(6f. trains win ran i
follows: i - -
Leave. N. Y. Express. Mail 3st Una
( olurobus 30 A. M. J:15 H. M. lltio A.M.
Newark.. . .8:95 A.M. SS6 P." M. '' 18:38 P.M.
SteubenviIle..,e-.0U A. M. P, M. . 4:16 P. M,
Arrive at - '"""
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 12g M.: 7MF H.
Sf7b7r5."' ?22 -'M- liM P-M. S4I0 A.M.
Philadelphia.. liMn.M..' 40 P. M. tSS A. Mi
New York... 6:00 A. M.. 655 P. M. -.11:50 A.M.
Baltimore..... 6:45 A. M. 8:20 P. M. U-SOP. Ml
Washington... :40 A.M. M.U., 4:S5 P. M.
Boston........ . . 1SKI0P. M.
C E egant state room sleeping cars on all night (rains.
. Un the last Line the oelebrated "Silver Palaoe
? a T,d T ! . cr " ran through from Columbus
t022L,'?,',e,phla "nd fie' without change. - "
Passengers by tbeSKHIA. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York atS o'clock Monday mornina
an advantage never before ofiered. , ,""
S. F SCTJI 1
1 'wd-'w '6en"' Ticket Agt. Stehbenville 6
i W. W. CARD. Superiatendert, Stenbenviilki
.. ,. jt p. R-Brooks,
.: john. b. piimWKlt o:
jnnein-dly-juSO -
" ;coal; '
T. Fallen, Agent.
WU'CONTlNrjK THR COAL, BIT
NEnS at his present sUnd. . U '
' No. 133 xortlh llisxh Mrrs-i,
HtiNffrrtfi"" Jr5'0 .Cambridge
thoVemVric.0.11 PMd
r8pecWattenUon paid to Shipping

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