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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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11
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FROM NEW YORK.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 8, 1868.
I alwari thought that New Tork
could bold up its head with any city in
tha land, n the cool atrocity of its hom
icides. We have been rather disposed
to pluine ourselres on-our ."Bardell
Murder" of several years ago ; and the
taking off by cutting up. ofJtfr. Larkin
last week, we were pleased to look upon
sb rather a pretty job ; but I find, that
after all, we shall be obliged to recon
sider our pretensions - and - probably
award the Grand National Prize for
"Eccentric Homicide,"to the village of
Boston,- in the town of Massachusetts.
When I read, this morning, of a Charles
town or Boston gentleman, who had in- '
duced his brother-in-law-to bow his face
oyer meat block and then had amiably
chopped his Lead off with a cleaver, I
felt that for once, the Empire City had
been excelled, beaten at her own little "
game, aod that henceforth, in the mat- :
ter of murder, we most stand second so
Boston towni ;! ' ,;V - ;- "
1 do hot think1 however that the Met-!
ropolitaa pride of our roughs will per-
mit them, to Test' quietly nnder the de
featthey will ; doubtless ; Bpeedily set
their' invention at work, and a perfect .
Homicide will be the result. I fully ex
pect, sot to say", hope,: before this year -i
done, and Eighteen Sixty-Nine draws
upon us, to tear that same enterprising;
New -York Amateur in . killing, has
bashed some popular gentleman into the
seasonable Mince Pie of the period, or .
his blown him up with blasting pow? ,
der; r has given bim a dose of. half a 1
pound of Nitro Glicerine, exploded him '
by a "punch in the snoot," and so scat
tered his mangled remains alt over the :
adjoining State of Jersey. !-- .' 'iv
Boston look out for your bloody ;
Unrels.' ; . :: .' '. : :i.
Jn the matter of bur amusements, I ;
am bappy to be able to record suck- a '
decided improvement in- quality as
would seem to argue a decided progress
in the 'public taste. "I Isincereiy trust.
and believe too, that-we have honest
grounds of Jlopf .tkat the "Black Crooks,"
and the White Fawns" have seen their ,
day and have ; departed this , lite.-'
Of .course : it is possible i that 1 some-
thing of Tthis 'sort may be again at--tempted
in our city,lut I do. not, think
omrr public taste will even require, or
even tolerate, a spectacle quite so gross
as some of the scenes introduced in the
BlackProbk'.':. -" .' 7 : i
, Certain it is that just at present we
rs having something in the dramatic
way that is really . worth going to see,"
and worth staying to hear after yoa have
passed the portals of the boose. ': ' 1
.-As hs New 'York Theater we nave"
a lady," from ' England, ' bearing a iqoit
nioatrooa same, and whose coming wss
heralded by a series of extrsvgantly
laudatory articles in the London papers,
while Americans are, I honestly think,
always willing to give any and every
artist a fair triaL and to render a verdict
upon the trur merits of jthe case, they
don't like to have a straggler thrust down
their critical throatrby, the force of
newspapers puffs, even when, backed by
the shadow of an ancient' and everywhere
honest name. . : :- ' !,"- ' '-'
i Mrs'.1' Scott Siddons came to New
York, having been so beslavered with
premature praise by the injudicious pub
lication of over-the-water : puffs that
her;eareer was 1 made harder for her
than it otherwise would, have been by'
the Very rational disinclination of Amer- :
icans to have theiroirnindividual judg
TnoTtt forestalled." To ' add to her em
barrassments, her agent committed the
fearful mistake of subjecting Her to a
''silver tea-pot" presentation in Boston,
in nublic on the stage. ' .
However,' mrs. ocou omuuua ua
been playing for week with very fair
Boceesa. one n taM
Rosalind" in "As Ton Like It," and
she has also done "Lady Teazle" in
"School for ScandaLT I have no in
tention or desire t5 criticise' her per
formance I only wish to place on rec-
Z il (..t tTi . f ,li n mnot ni-mu A liA And
QfU LUO ini-h iu.t iuu iuvoi v
fashionable . audiences: ever collected
within the walls of the New York The
ater have assembled every night to see
- Mrs. Scott Siddons in the heroines of
the old Shakespearean and legitimate
drama.-' '.'.v.: - :'. , - '
- And this is a good sign. '
To-day also Mr. Lester Wallack, an
nounces that on Monday, Dec 14th, he
will produce at his theater Shakespeare's
comedy, "that most briBj3a)t513 ($Vjt,
ijghrfni irmtn oLiua lancy, '-Mnch
ado about nothing)" Be promises that
"no effort wili-4pared' by fiie mana
ge in, 4he perfection ipfr eo9tj8ptendor.
eoragtetfness ano dOHeris jaccursor i
bs' revival, to eleVitelisas tver been
his aim, the drama as a National Branch;;
of Art. and to carry the spirit of the
ftlrfy iatl $e most mintttef deiails of
Bctxnry ana. costume. g t
. y y01 . .ui. "...yui vuu.v
rhimself enact BeriediciT the " Bea-
tnceM li'elnV.Miss',RoSe,'Evfinf.' MV.
Wallack,' besides being 'paasessed'of an
abundance orlmoney to tarry out nia
promises, of an experience which teaches
nrm' exactry'liow w manage even the
Blightest'hnd most miante 'derails, and
m tan ambition which Jeads him- to try
make bis own establishment the literal
".Home of the Drama.", the theater
I Wherein we always have "witnessed the
Manhattan stage, 'has also the control -of
ar company the like of jrhiohiniexwL-
lence cannot be fo.ynd m America. . We.
may do very certain that the coming
performance of "Much Ado, will be of
an excellence never here strrpaSsed,' and
from what I personally know of the de
tails. J an, assu rvonr . readers that, it
has never been even approached as to
perfection of detail.in I America, r .The
frooaey'eipehded, simply In costumes, is
I a m-.to3aRrIy epproacUmg jahfe to
ejlen meotioned, .until-the pm biro have
seen the dresses and are able to. ia s
measure, judge for themselves.
Then we have immediate Dromise of
uomeo and Juliet at Jiootn JSon A he
ater, which is to be opened in January.
This letter is already so long that 1
caujonly add that the Olympic -Theater
was: onrnea yeftteraay it was. not nwca
of fa Heater, having, beenfor smonths
darored' to Concert saloon rsingine:,ii
dancing and similar trash. The loss
not great.
1 or the no
DOESTICKS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
& mUnkom ttmatwnm.t 1 O' ' (
Notiaa ia ltarabr riven, that oraediDa hsva hMia
inauiatea in toe uicy uoanoil ol Uolambaa.ior mak'
laa tba followiaa imDraTeinenta.&o-wit:
ror ii,mu laiunni nan ui rw ww4 ircoi
ui(a airaat to toe corporation no.-. -
Also, for aradina aod oariDr tha aaltera and
aradins and araraliDg tha roadwy and aido
walki on Jloand itrcet from Waabincton avanna
to to aaat una or lot no. 10.
Alao . for a doable row Dm ftona pavemaat aerosi
Monad atreet apoa tha wast sida of iliah street.
The same to be done in aoeordanee with nlata and
aatioiatas to be prepared by the. City Civil nffinr-
ana niea in tne omoe or toe unr viierc.
All persons elaimina damaaes on aocoaot of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of toe Clerk, in writing, oner
oeiore tne f iuoenw aay ot ivecamber. A. u.
1868.
oetS9-dltaw4w 5 fl A w .City Cleat.
Paving Notice.
So aU tekom it may concern:
J1T1 VliKKH-a UfMUE. f
CoLrMBUB. O.. Not. . 1868.1
Watlee la e.aretiTe'iven tht nrneeed inn heve been
inatitnted in the City.Coanoil of Colnmbas.for
mkiak the fallowiaa improvements, to wit :
For lsTina a double row flu atone eroasina aeross
Center alley oa tbe north side of Long atreet.
Also, for bnildine- a. doable row fla eroaaina
across Boatn raouo lane at tne west side ot man
street.
Also, for bnildma a aoabla row fl erocina
aeroaa South street at the west side of High street.
The same to be done in eeeordanee with ola,ta end
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
AU persona olaiming damages on account of said
DroDoaed improvements, are reauired to file .their
claim in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before tha lwemy-nfth day of Deeember, A. li.
1868.
novlS-dltawair .. City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To aU tc Aofl it may concern : i i S.J
CITY CLERK'S OFFICK.
Columbus. U., Nov. 16. 186S. (
Notice ia berebr ai ven. that oroeeedincs have been
instituted in the City Counoil of Uolumbua, -fol
making the following improvements, to wit:
Knr sr dins' a.nl iiAvinv the m naved aidewelka.
guttera and erosings on the westjide of Washing,
ton avenae from the north side of Hatten liaca to
tbe aoath. aide of Gay atreet. ' v
Alao. for reravina Hieh street from Ferry . street
ot the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
mad way of i'ublie alley from filth street to Sixth
street.
The same to be done in accordance with tbeplats
and estimates to be prepared by tbe City Civil finr
gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed impanvemect, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writingon or
before tbe Hirst day of January. A. u. ltws
novl dltawsw City Clerk
Paving Notice.
7 all vKom it may Concern :
,- . .. ClTX.Cl.E.nB.'S urriUB. I
' ' - - Columbus, O.; Not. S3, 1868.J
Notice la berebv airen that DToceedinashave been
Instituted in tbe City Council of Coinmbus, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For grading and paving tba unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and erosaings on the west side of the va
cant ground west of tbe market house, and for pa-
.V i i r : J . .. . u v : .. 1
son pavement trom Town stieet to Rich street.
Also, for laying a double row of flag erasing
aeroia Center allay on tbe south aide of Spring
street.
Also, for laying a double row nag crossing across
Center alley at the south side of Long street.
The ntM to be done in accordance with nlats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and niea in tne omce oi tneuity uieric. -
All persons olaiming damages en account of raid
proposed improvements, are required to file tbeii
claims in the office of tl.e Clerk, in wntins. on or
before the ighth day- ot January, a. it. iw.
1.. S. WILSON
.
novtt-dltawiw
Citr Clerk
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes there! a name
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of tbe city of Columbas. That there be and ia
hereby appropriated oat ef any money in tha Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated; the following earns
of money, to-wit:
r or tbe payment oi expenses oi street liommis-
Inr. an.l I '. h . 1 n IJinr. ai.OOO
For the payment of employes of tha Fire Da-
artmant,Sloo. . - : '- ',,'
f or tba payment oi exneases mviij.rguo,i,-
450." '"
For tha payment of salaries of City 0 ears,
600.
or expenses oi vity rarK, i.wv.
For the payment of cleaning and repairing street
lamps.SlOO. '3- : '
ror uas ana was L.ign,iui.. -f . . . ,
Forna'vment (f Nicolaoh lavement in front of
South Engine House 600.
t or Sewers sna urainage, warn. ' .
For payment of Temporary .Loan. 16,000.
1 Th. a.ir.r.1 inml nf mnnev aDOrooriated
by the foregoiBg- section ahtth be expended in the
manner prescribed by the fifth aeotion of tbe ordi
nance defining the duties ol tha City Clerk, passed
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing toe wesi Blue ui uigu .mwv ..wm. ..vu.
street to Straw Deny aiiey.
R it onlained bv tha Citv Ceuneil
of tbeoity of Columbus. That the au n of Fourteen
eenU, Five mills, be and the same is hereby levied
lots of land bounding or abutting upon tbe west side
of High street from iNoble street to Strawberry al
io, fh ..Tn &re deaia-nated noon tbe plat of the
. n , . . 1..... nnfln HCD lUtl. 1 1 1. 11 k UI 1U. RDIVI.I
. '. . n - i : . i c.v. . :. f...k
vivn engineer, ou uio iu luouiucaw wnwiv viwi,
n. ,h. .nn .TiMnin ai nuuaiu. . auuui. raw
flag croesing across.Mound street at the west sideof
nigu siree. KwnuiK w wiq hmumi. v m viv
Sac. 9. Ti-at the owners of the sereral lots of
lan i upon which the forrgoltg assessment is ma.ie
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf to John Murphy, witnin
twenty days from the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
Betolvtd, That the City Civil Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
th. n.ma nf the nitvof Columbus, with Frederick
Erfurt, tor building- a double row. flag crossing
across South Publie lane at tbe west side ot High
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading, r orty oents per cnbio
ward.
For boulder paving. Forty-fire cents per square
7For flagging. H inches wide. Sixty cents per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Not. , 1868. r
Attest : L. E. WIL80N,
nov26-dlt City Clerk
Resolution to Contract. -
Bfolved, That the City Ciril Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name oi.ueoiu u i
Lang, for building a double row flag eroasikg
across South street at tne wos aiao e bjo mm
anr.n the following terms, w . . .
or wcavating or grading. Forty oenU per eubio
boulder paring. Forty-flTO oents per square
'"For graveling sidewalk. Fifty ceats per tubii
Adopted Bor.. ItJ L E ynutoV.
navae-dlt City Clerk.
ST00I PRINTING.
m:im mm
(HI aWnaca-t' inti fntntt t noiw
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMEirT
,! ii.-?5 tily,. qn'.'' t,fT?. 1
.j-"3 .of lli') mioo if
IN- GBNTRAIii OHIO,
No 36," 58 1 40.Norlh High St,
T'fcdLiJMBusr 6mb?Q
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The atteaUoa the Business Publio ealled to
tba superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in coo tent use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
Ho-
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And oar abillty.'to gat oat work promptly Is
surpassed in tha Wast. Wa bars lately
made additions to our alraadr
XtARGE TAKIJE1 a OjP
FUJHTIjr.G TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
as a call. Our large fonts of type enable us
t . . 4todoall kinds of ,i -. ..i ?
BOOK PKIXTIJVG!
.'. . V,' ' '.
n tha most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call tha attention of those wanting anything
lathis ins to tha
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
Tbat we have executed in th past year.
JOB PEINTINGr !
Tha reputation- of this House for line Job Printing
is well known to tbe business community.
- Employing, as wa do. none but tha , . , '
Best of Workmen.
' -tit r.r.,i,.t;i -
, -i U And baring a full assortment of the '.
LATEST and CHOICEST
I,;.-. ,' i ' . " f ;'' '
STYLES OF TYPE,
Wa will guarantee tbe utmost satisfaction.
Mercantile, 5 J f '
Railroad,
Bank and .
Commercial"
; Printing,
SUCH AS . , ,
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, ' ' Letter Heads, '
Blanks of an kinds '-: Cheeks, -f -1 -
Drafts, &c, ic. '-?:--
1N FACT.
EVERY KLD OF JOB PRINTING
Needed by tbe business public.
j i . ; " '
Wa also keep oa hand a larger stock of
HKBJ1ILLWJJ
Than any other Printing Bouse in tha city such as
8fjper Rojmla MotHaim,
Deaaiy, Crawa Cap,
Catp, 0 T r r
abetter m
Of tha best qualities, and, purchasing them as we
" do, dirMtly from tha manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sole
. Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PLATNEB fc PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS,
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are prepared to
fill aU orders for
dgersj.
Oaab Book sal
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
. ooks are all done in the beat style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oba lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE IT SI ATIC A.IuIj
NEVINS & MYERS,
M, IS A NerrtbTWcaa Street,
'.COLUMBUS.
till1
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ai nrn'O aiilJ ni i.'i vii jb 9u Iti cnuo-j iM
--' ntii itfi -iii.voMi.l adt 'il
The attentive of the Trade is caUoJ U the sapert-
f'--.t.-ou ht:7t ,'feeokot ti-vi! j
-ibs.s In-.vfl'i'i vi;!...1 ..i jtiiffoSi.!
PAPER8 OF ALL RINDS,
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XVWSml -""a -nl j iiir i 'il.'i.i -
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, Justreseived ndf sale by
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t6t 38 40 ROBTH "160 ST.,
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iti Our 'itookoomprises a full line of
7. ! atillU'I t-.il t.tll.. ......
ii. .1'; :' .ala'o II -' '.-i;--au."t
Boole,'
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trn-ft
; LWrltlng,
7 ,3.
.-ni-f bo'..;
Colored and
, IPrlnt Papers.
1
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We hare a full stock of
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates.
OUM BTOCX OT
: '. : . ' : '! ' ' '
in--. i , irt-v..' J -!
Is unsurpassed in the city, including , ,
BRISTOL BOARD' '
R. R. CHECK.
COLORED of all kinds
And BLANK. . , - -
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CALL
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' ITETirJS A. BITERS.
.mart"
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO.,
BANKER S ,
Corner Broad & High Sta.
COLUMBUS,' OHIO.
febS-dly . . t . : .-: , - -,
T. HATDIN. JOS. HUTCHISON. W. B. HATn
. . . ': i n .
MYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
. no. is s. men street, ,
lanio-dly-r Colennfcaie, O.
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOR . TH E HAIR .
Improved I
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.'
It eaases tha Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Soalp Clean and Healthy. ' '
It invigorates tha Roots of tha Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard 16 grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
i i
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
yean. -
t is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
ble substances.
It has received over aix thousand roluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers la Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C: Wells A Co.;
SohielfelinA CoNew York. scRBTT-mchxT-dly
; J. VIENNOT S CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
133 Nstaaati Street, New feirK.-
SitablUitdinlsa.) .-..
We beg to calf the attention of advertisers to
ourageoey. Our facilities with all tbe first elaas
daily papers in tbe country are second to none.
ana wearo luiiy prepared to oner terms ana eon
ditiona which cannot fail to give superior induce
ments. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
ard South American papers, with whom we hare
exclusive contracts Wearetheonlv bouse doing
B irAiiicn All i cniisiiiu ou&iiiA&s, . .
We can, by special per Jiission, refer to
Mr. H. T. Hblmbuld. Druggist, 694 Broadway,
mew To k.
Mexsrs. H. R. VandczkiI A Co.. 198 Greenwich
street. New Tork.
Messrs. H all A Ruckbl. 118 Greenwich street.
' New York.
Messrs. U. Bavot'a So A Co., Type Founders, Is
ni.. ...
Messrs. Pbauin A Son. New Tork. ; .
Messrs. Fhxlon A Colundkr, New Tork. .
Messrs. Taohakt A Co New York.
Messrs. Chickbkiko AcjOM, New York- -r
Messrs. Kadwat A Co.,New York.
oct30-eod3m . . , . - :
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A , & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND BIALKKa IN
W A T Ofl E S
JEWELBY.
' clocks, h .
SILVER amd
PLATED WARE,
CANES, SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY,
GOLD PEIS,
POCKET-ROOKS aad
OPERA CLASSES
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Beth Thsai stmel Waterbat y Clwcka
For the Jobbing and ReUil Trade. Also, Agents
iur iu.
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY!
' Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
el (r renen ana ueneva; in lull supply at
: low rates.
ter AU orders promptly filled and satisfaction
,OArantoa. j a. A L. I.KSQ'JEREOX,'
febla-eodly No. 71 fciouth Hih it., Columbas.
PAPER'4YARlEiidljSL
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A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH $TREET,
; ARE NOW OI?ENIXQ THEIR
WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
FANCY DRY GOODS!
DHY GOODS.
fsbT-edly
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
RAILROAD.
-Xeixee TrsilBieseaTeCilsiaaibBiarBlei
J:1,pepot), sjtl- (Sundstysj .xceptaa.)
a'1!.'1 Mf.,, KNlGHT EXPRESS' arriving at
V. -111 . a sa.ia., A : U - 11 A aaa a "a. '
, Baltimore at oia A..M4 Vf aooington City at 8a40
- I-" ' .
-r ; s. -ii- . ' . i bi.ffl
. 1 1110 A. M.LIQHTNING EXPRE8S arriving
CaaUJslTlllfJ'sS O.Jew, At HA DOlleTslVW As -fel
-ai zianeaviue at r. at : Beuaire at 0:10 r si ;
ifl u"""" " " aeaingm tiiy smw
P.M,
Fi t .:.i b; i.
e:i P. M.EIPKKS3MAIL,arrivingatZane
Till at 4:65 P. M.: Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.: Haltimore
-te.-iSP.:M.;WasbingtonCityatS30P.U. ''
'T'-VV ' i'j n-:s.". ... j: : o 'l ' lC
- Close connections made at Baltimore and Waah
.lngtoq with trains for Philadelphia aad New Tork.
.Passenger', holflng through, tickets to Eastern
itiea hate the prirliege of 1 ' , : " - ''
Veiling .Washingtoii City Free.
' il) ' j . . .- .1 1 . '. . : ; 1 t . . f- - f 1 : '
Change of Cars atOhio River
I..--.' .i vi w ; ' I--1T-I-" ,1: , . T t
SLEEPING CARS t)N" ALL XTGHT
1 .v. XBAIN& '"-'J :""-
;i iio ' : ' . I J - -i : ' r : e . : j
Aalc for TICKETS tIb BELLAIRE
JNO L. WILSON; Master of TransportatlcB
L. M. COLE. General Ticket AgentT
JNO. W. BROWN'. Genl Passenaer Aat.
!.' ili'3 i'i i- n- ismW'''; '
-,-
f
-all
MEDICAL.
DRUNKENNESS
CURED'WITH '
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE REVEDT.
Can be giren with or without the knowledge
of tbe patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, its Consequences and Cure." free on ap
plication. Price of Specific per bottle, $1 50, cr
three bottles for (4.W. , i
-. Auc, T. Jscliueller,
Sole Proprietor and Mannfaeturer. tVlumbus. O
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
; seplT-drAsAwly ! ... '
, . A PERFECT CURE
. for . Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach. Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, .. and all
diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines. .. -
Prepared by Seward It Bshtlet,
Druggists, Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all
druggists..
' S. E. SAMCEL A Co., Wholesale Agents ..
flB-ap4-dent&wy
- Tbe OreattSIedlclne ftr Alie Skfai. earea
wlttMMaa raill, every kin A ef aa.
. .. - aigntly reiptleai ef tbe laee.
or Itenlna;, IrrltAtlns. er ;l
dlatreaelna; entsuieoaa
eUaeaae eai amy part '
: sf tlae peraesb . i .
. " It Art. NMrfy rtlUpett nte of tnl mortifying mmp
Hon. ad I nm now looking quite like a man," write.
lIUArle E. Noble. General Agent of Mich. Central -E.
R., 173 Broadway. N. Y. . . .. i
- We Ami U on mmlnable remedy for Teller, etc.,
write Higley Bros., Druggists, fatfaeld, Iowa.
hove tried yonr ralitahle remedy for Bnrber't
reft teitn oreot mccea,1
writes C. Vf. Sumont. of
Aeonuuster, M.S.
. Bond for circular. Price, 75. eta. and S1.0Q.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMES,
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O
For sale by Druggists'generally. ..f .
septl-deod&wly
a" PBILOSOI'HY OP MARRIAGE. A Nsw.
Uot KRC op Lscttthcb. as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub-
iccts: How to live nd what to live lor: inutn.
Maturitv and Old Acef Manhood eeneral v review
ed : The cawe of indigestion, flatuleuce and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage plilosoph
ically considered, Ae. ....
Pocket volumes eontainina thee lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reeeiptof
four stamps, bv addressing siLKtlsKI. Mw
Yoac rssrx op An atom t ap Sciknck. 6la
0ROAPWAT FW. TRg. - THT-rebS8-lly
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000 .
BOOKS HYASTEDJOR;BIXDLG.
V HAVE YOU
ANT BOOKS. ItlAG (ZINEtt. SHEET
MTJSIC. Ac., Ac, that you wish te have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tbe city by giving notice through postt'fiiee. or at
tne t ,, :e.M .
Frahklia . Steam Book. Bindery
BLANK BOOK M fliNU FACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies ia
the State.
Heeaaa 84, 86, 38 Werlti niajh Mreet,
(Qver Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
v bteam rriuung wmcea.) - .. - ,
BL1NKHOOKK !
' BLINK noOKS!!
; BLANl?: , BOOKS I J
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to tbe lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship.
at tne lowest prices.
Orders from & antv Officers. 'Banks. Merchants.
and all Uffioers reouim a JSUr-fcilOR ULANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per-
sonai atteniion. :. j.
1 our patronage respectfully solicited.
. , . I. W. LtFAVOR, (
oct3-deorl6m Proprietor.
SIB BERT & LILLEY,
Blank Book lUasufactiireris,
, , , PRINTERS.. BNDBSAND PUBUSHERS. :
Special ataantioa paid te manufacturing first class
, . i' UA-ivrvii. Boone - "
of every description, with orwithout printed HeadV
inss. for .
COOKTT FFICBrlS, VBBC HAMT9, MANPrACTUSgEgl
v . gAMKABS, BAlt.a(AP OOMfANlXg, 40. . .
MT Full sets of Books Tide on short notice,
warranted to give perfect Batufaotion. .,
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING.
aorll eoulr COLVUBUa. OS JO.
GROCERS.
M'COLM, MILES & ; MTOALDS.
NO. 134 & 1 SOUTH HIGH STREET
GROCEUH,
PROPRIETORS CO I, CITI HUH POW?
II. R MAGAZINE, and agents for tha sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
ho sale of
GARDNER, PH1PPS A CO.'S
Celebratea . Sagar Cared Haas,
, - and dealers iu - . !
?'r fefta-
FOREIGN, DOMKSTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES
in all their Terietie-. Imported Wines. Brandies i
i Cigars, eto. iull-eodly .
t
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS CHICAGO
COLUMBUS CHICAGO —AND—
COLUMBUS CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
. . mvll mm.
The Shortest Bout West No Change of Cars to
'' Chtoagd, Keokuk an J Indianapoli. J
.I.iuiL-; ttl it, vv-a X-.:j.t!.1v.U31
TODR. T. KAIS3 .DAltTyeaVe CnloiUJeiiot, Co
lumbus, on and after Nov.'Sj, 188,as '
"""' "' ' i' i fbllow'!''lMj,' .u C05t
8. A A A. M. TOLEDO -AND DBTROiT KX
V)U exnantad) Arrivaa
hat alii ferdSilZ a m, Urbaaa 'llo a m, BallefonUine
:p m, oanauaxy 0:00 p nun que iiie a as, la
Tbia train ia run expressly for Toledo and B
TL" J"n,M"' arriving a kotajplacee jriAtjBBUT
" w, riir nri H.r M)ya
C P.- Mu MAlt. AND PEORIA VPRESS
llmlO .(nndays excepted). Arrives at Bradiord
Junrtion4rt0 p m. Richmond 6H p m . -Indian ass-
'j'8' P". LogantportlOvM p m. Chicajr 8:00 a m.
.." V v v S,? Vwi Buritngton.
i fc- . V . zlz. ", Burirngton, .
Iowa. 11 H a m. Keokuk 1130 n m o!n.. ... '
Louisville 1 AO a . Terre Haute HiJ m. Matoon
IMia, Caira4:A p m. Pana 4HiT a .n, Alton 8:00 a
m. 8t Lduis :li a m, Lafayette 1S.-00 mid. Spriua-lleld,Ills,7s.amT.-v.
;, . ..
Passengers b thiatrarn reach St. LouTs the next
morning honra ahead and for points west
of 8 1. Louis aad Keokuk oae train id adraaee of
all other reatea... , r . ,
5.rCfk , - M- CHICAGO AND T.L01fJIS EX
,OVt PRESS (SSaaMvaexeeptedl.)' Arrives at
PiquaSO a m. Toledo 6:30 a m. . erroit 8:10 a m,
Brailford Junction 30 -P..m, Lnranspnrt SAOasa,
Chicago 80 a m, Indianapolis SlBa m, Torre Ban'e
8:30 a m. .Viattoon-9:i5 a m. Paoa IM a - ai; Altin
-uo a a St. l,eais 4.00 p n. L'fa'eiU 7:45 a m.
Sprinefield. Ills , 4:25 p m. Quincy UMp m, Keo
kuk lSWam, Lnuisvitle .-0e am. Nashville M
m, Memphis 100 a m. , , .-,
A3" SlMnineear. ran in fthf. trin frnm Pnlnvn-
bnstn Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is decidedly the bettreia-frem Coli mbos to Chi-
is, ueciQeaiy tne rjeTtrura-trom Uoli moos to Uhi
eago, St. Louis aad Louisville, aa it makes qaioke
time an t a-rives at St. Louis and Louisville I
nostraT mheael and makes direct eonnaetioaa fi
cker
9
points West aad fcut)i one train in: adranoa of
19ift " A- M- WfHT EXPRESS. Dally t4
Iahiv Indianapolis. (Mondays exoeotad). via
Logansport. Arrives aA Bradford Junction 4:11 a
m. Logansport sO a m, Cbioagn zr26 p m. Peoria
5:35 pm, Keokuk 10:45 pm. lndianavolfo iAtii,
Tern HaateH:15 p m,Evansyiile t JO p m. tiatioon
3:16 o m. Cairo 4:15a m. Pana 500 nm. AIIaii Q40 n
T, st. Louis 10:16 p m. lfyette 1:11 ira. Louia-
Tl le saw p sa. JMashville twin, Memphis 4:15 p m.
Passengrrs by tiis train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicago S hours ahead of
any other route, .i- .. , :.. i :, .- ...
STATE ROOM 6LEEPHG CARS
Ban In this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
MOT Call for Tickets via Logansport. er Indian.
apnlis. - . . ,
AS" Tickets for sale at Union and Piqu Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. - - - .;. ,.
r. - . F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
;" J.M. LUNT. General Superintandeat. '
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
rsrrJ !
Cincinnati Railroad.
FlVft Ttx-A,i-t-as Ti-iij-,' ''
-.i ii'f?-- co EXCEPT SDNDAT1. " -x
From Columbus, in connection with Trams en the) '
Little IHiansI A Olstastbu dk XesUa
r-;-BaUi(fa4lau-;v -:,- .,..1 j..
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A. M. Will atop at Delaware, Cardingtou. Gilead,
Gallon, Crestline, 8heibyr-8hilob. New London.
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land aiSiS A. M., New Tork 7.-00 A. M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. :
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A.M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts frost tbe Freight Yard. ,
NEW TORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
liae A. M . ill stop at Delaware, Ashley .Carding
ton. Gallon, Crestline, Shelby. New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3r P. M., New Vork neit day at 3M P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Colamhuat0
P. M. Will stop at Worthii gton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, aad all Stations to Shelby and Saitoh.
New London. Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 0:60 P. M.. New York T:.5 P.M.
Passencers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
Ina ihia train, will aet .leeDina ear at Crestline at
:f0 P M.. arrive in Port Wayne at Use P. M.J
ih caaoat6:00A. M. being in advance of all oth .
er roufs, bsve ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West . ,.j
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODAT10N VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 130 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivinr at Delaware at 335 P. M., Bprinrfield:
f 50 P. M. Tbis train reaves Springfield at 1.O0 A.
M arrives ai Delaware at Oi A. il.; Col ambus
lOOA-M. ...... . . ... j.
Pa esi t SIeeslBg Csara are raa em a l
ILzlBt Traisas) le Chicaaro, . u
New Tork aad
Bosloa. ' 5
v .i . ; -- '"' !,; .;!.: I'J
. Hr Baggsge checked through to New Tori and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also., to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
RETURNING:
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 145 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl:
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at :'5 P. M. '"
Springfield Aooonunodation arrives at Columbas
at 101 A.M. . .-, , .... , .
rare aa Law as by any Other Beats.
- Ask for Tickets Tie Crestline or Cleveland.
B. 8.' FLINT. -''-I
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
, .s , JAMES PATTERSON.
. ' Agent, Columb s.Ohio.
Columbus, Not. SS. 18S8. -. ., ui
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS.
On an after MONDAT. Nov. 13d, 1868. FOUR
. TRAINS DAILY will leave Coinmbus
FOE CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ill
' LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- "
.' DIANAP0LI3 A CHICAGO.
Withoutchaage of canto DAYTON and RICH ;
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN
. j. . DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows '-
- FIRST TRAIN cDailyX, .v : -
Leaves at A. M. for Cincinnati. Cirolevnie.
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Loa-
don, Xenia, Morroa, and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at 120 a- m. i . - .
- ' SECOND TRAIN. " '
-'- -"' (Daily except Sundays.! ' " - :
Leaves at SWO A. M. for Cincinnati, Daysee
Riohmond. Indianapolis and (.bicaao. and stops at
West Jefferson, London. Sooth Charleston. Selma,
wwajTiiiaAsaia, spring v auey, uorwin. Morrow
Douto ieoanon, roaters, LiOreian.,
JL.C
riving at Cinc nnati at 10:35 A.
M., ooanactint
with tne Mail HoaU.
- - "!'-' THIRD TRAIN. - '
(Daily except Sundays J :'
Leaves at 15 P. M for'TJincinnati. Dayton aad
Sprirgfield, ria Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
eao P. At. ,. f, .. . ,., ;. ......
, , FOURTH TRAIN. , ,'u ....
, -. (Daily except Sandays. .:.).,:.,
lieaves at 8 P. M. for Cincinnati. Daytoa and
Springfield ria London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Seine,
Cearville. Xenia. Morrow and LoTelaud. and ar
, riving at Cincinnati at 100 P. M. ';
'..! ' . .. v ' '
Rleeplaar Can em all Night Tralaa,,
HENRY SSOOK'S, Ticket Agsnt.
- 'i i ? W. H. H. SHINN.Agent. ' ' - '
JOHN DTJRANDn 1 . : - i l
oen I supenntenaeut, 1 1
W
inCBkrvN
Cincinnati.
Gepl Ticket Aa't.)
i -
B
CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
.-- PAH BUDLB HOITK.
' un ana attar June J9th, trains will run a !
follows: - - - - . 1
Leave. B. Y. Kpreee. - Mai' Fast Line
t'olumbus.-T..,i A. M. i MSH,. .-11MA.M.
Newark ....... .3:45 A.M. " 80 P. M. 1 1?:SS PM
Steu hen ville. A;0U A. M. . arte P. M. 1 5:16 V. U J
Arrive at . . . -
Pittsburgh ...11 .16 A. M. ''MrM M. '' 1M P. M
Philsdelpia.. 1:K j.M. 450 P.M. 5 A. Mv
New York.. 6:08 A. M. iV;Mi ' 11:50 A. Mv
Baltimore-. , 65 A. M. 6:50 P. M. . IJ:S P. M.
Washit gton... 9:40 A.M. .60P. M. 46 P. M.
Boston ..... 6.-8BP. M. .... . 1J.-0SP. M..
E E egantsta'e room sleeping cars on all nighttrains.
On (he Fast Line the celebrated "Silver Palace'
day and nisht cars are ran Ibr. urh from Columbas
to Philadelphia and New York without change. ,.
W Paesencers by. the 10 A . M. Sunday truia
arrive in New York at 5 o'elock Monday nxuraiac
an advantage never before oflered
.x -- i f 8CULL
' ' . Geal Tickrt Agt. Steohenville. bv
W. W. CARD, SuperintenHer t, leubenville O
' m H.B.BRK)K8.- '
JOHN B. PETERSn KlunW 0b"'
juueio-dly -iu90 . . -.:. . .
ord in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared toiells)
t ri, w
TzLPEai, to Shippinf . . ; . , . ;
COAL.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
Wl,l:eP,,'T.,,,r,5 COAL BJ 1
Nn, o at his present stand. - i -i
, IV O. 13S rorth Ilish Mr!...... .
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