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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
and dMrtmr tf. .a
wmbus, Ohio. Ob an.
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Slu ISkB"pM- "11:10 A.M., JfloKML
-SJJ and xpree.... 80 P.M. MSP
'straWa tm Sunday moTTiiog -not Mondavi
; - JAMJiH ATTKR80II jSSS.
Utl niaati flaaaXeaia Rni
i LtATA. .. ABBIVBl
MA. M, 'tMA.m
Ml. M .'"ems. B Ml
M1DMU
"T w. r. n. '-imw A. ni
"j. ii. H. Shikn, Agent.
......l...". . mo A. AJ
13:10 A.
Ajigotaina hipr,.,
.SxpresAMeU.. .......
a., a.
8:8J P.
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U30 P.
A' IS Q . .
wiamraa, vaicat lmoiaaat Cea.
, , InlJUUwar.
m'. : - i.T. ' 1IIITI.
Pltvt Kxvrat...4.'.....re:0 A. M. : CM) A. H,
Tnlado Kxpraaa..,., b.-oo A. M. SKIS P. M.
Wera Expraat.-.... 530 P. M t5 P. M.
WBirm...i. las r. m. iik a. M.
li.il 2 V1 Ik!''!'; !, n A fr. . .
" TraHa laaTa flame and arrtTa aa follow
'ABKITK.I
Pat EzprwM .....'........ ' km A,
. M. 81 A. M.!
FMfht n Acooounsdatton 7 A. M. 1M P. H
JUll aat fcWI ....-.......lSaG P. M. 8:U P. la,
A. W; Umaa. Acaai. I
FartatClaeraaiati . Alalia
. L. . " . UIAT. .. ARIUTW. " !
Tortr Kxpraa...- IMS A. M 13:00 Mid'. !
mimhih Bipim.M.Mlliii a m.- oa T . n
ITaaBiaon AeeomaMdaiioa A-ot At M. aa V M !
York IxC daily. All othar tnina
u daily, axeept Bandar. ' '
Danaiaaa Aoooannodatiom ttarta from freiiht
1 3:i7i : . ! 'r-
-t,fyi s !;i: .jJ-'.Johh B, Prrixe, Axent
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
f mm l Broun a Man a. , a. m. r. m., a. m. t. m
via pteabenTilla aod
JPitMborga.. ...... ...... VtM ISJS 10.-08 tag
Mtcern w at jtaiia, Li. u. - i
Sortbwest. Tia Ft. W. A .. .. ... ..
Chica,TiaO,P.At. V. ! ' f -i).
a (k B. ...u... i 11M ' : 4:15
UtaaHiaalR.fUThro' us rK- ' yjj
imi MamlB.B.,WaT: "7 Isiif IldO , .....
U O.' K. K.. Nawark.' .1 ' 'I .
-.Zaaaaalfe A Whaaling. 19:S0 - i-na . 7 Ja
C. U. K-Way ..., .130. ,130.
q. y. AX, -Tbroncli Md " - J,
CHroleTiUa, ChiUiaotha A 'I . -: Ui.ui "
iaiiamsth,... u ,,.,(. tsOOf. T8
anoaatar, Ohio , .... ; 8.-00 TO
East v ay.Kational Road. 1J0 ' . 13:iS
1M. Varnoa Wy.Waatar ' .'i'-
xvorui Vaiamciu ana vjuo-
WU THHT. ....... ......... WOT ... . ... JjVVi
aashiotonC.H..TiaHaT- -rs i
'rabsraj.' tri-waeklyJlI aiai-. -t; t" i: iivj j-ri'.h
Kni Hondaya Wad-1. , ( a v r .j
Ieday.A Friday?, and f.r', 7J.
WTeaTBe8daya,Tha-l'', '' ' ' , '
Aaya and 8aBrdaya.. J ''- .r--.
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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FROM ST. PETERSBURG.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 22d, 1868.
TLe impeudiDg di8(MiitinaAiioe of the
TuccUid and the conversion of tha two
other 6fficial papers of the Russian Gov-
erumuut luvu oeuii, or evua iracuouauj;,
less,' officiaj organs is intended to pnt
stop ta ih Anarehy whieh lias long pfS
Tailed in the Government jonrrjalism. of
this' pity." .ITow thera exist ; three- offi
cial papers--the Tuvalidt, the; Northern
Pott (both in Russian) and the Journal '
as t. Jraenbur (French),- tespBCtively
the organs ofjthe,TyafTffice,.Jthe ome
office and the, .Foreign .office. s .In addi
tion mere are some semi-omciai papers; r
edited toy private personsand subsidized
dt , certain, raepartmentsot tne- fatate,
wpose cormnnnications hava te be lnsert
ed, and whese eeneral diraetionsi as to
the tone of the paper must of course be'
attended 6'A Of this category, two on ! .
. J . L J I
cau preteiiu.ij aa. luiyurtaacu renaeriog
thetn ; worthy! f mention . out jof . the
country. f The Galos, which is paid by '
tKa Minisriry of Education for 'swallow-.
ing the Poles and Germans whole.', andc
thErckajige GtrasU,as8isted by the post
and telegrSph- office for writing temper-' 1
ate1 an4 well-intentioned articles' OH tbe
.r i:.: r t. "
JliiSUtWI uu gouciai uiiuuayi .tug iUH
patL r4hs duferent braaches ot tua'Adg
ministration being' thus provided-with
special means of authentic ,nttexance,M
the system might have, worked, yery well,
ifroolT the heads had pnllad toether-
TJnfoTtunaiely,' however1 aa eiich thing '
as a t.'abinetf jn the constitutional, sense,,;
oi tue term, cAiaus ;m uim untry.: f j:n
all that) appertains ta this 'partioalar? de
partment each 'Minister ib dependent tip-v
on the Sovereign nimselr. He mast , con
form his action to the wish of the monarch,
to the idiosyncraeteswof the Imperial
Chanceifor4bai iatermediate onthority
between Alsjesty and Mmratry, and per
hapi t the' tone of the Ormrt in general
bot'he' is'comparatirely - free from tbei
polirJCa) and Monies of his eolleaeaes. i
VEbo ednsedrce of this isolated position
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of th individual 1 Ministers uecessarily
is, that eaca. endeavors to csrry ont, his
own ideas a4 strengthen Lisintarst,i
regardless of the public and private in-
terests of the otner' members orl the
fThrs wa th,e prdinary state of thiags,
even in the time of the:: Emperor Nich
orasf, when political parties' were "ail . but .
nnnnown, ana peariy tne. pniy. cause ox
dissensionr among : Ministers was., snp-..
nlied br the necessity of cateriner for;
Cotfrt faTorHowi-Tnncnmbre must it I
AW '"tarVt Pi La oririnrinn rV vtt-a' rf Tnf aw'
IO All TV f aajtiAi iv SAAAAfAV ".IT' " f 1
nai reform- Ddj grave, question Jio w
Mdeal with ths foreign races undar Im-1
I.I Wita' f waW. a A A.UW .t-rifo-irlT
penal role, bas a wakened party strife In1
the highest spheres of, the adrninTstrard
tioni. ev strife aggravated : by -the. Court,
with the ordinarr discretion of old-es-
A.ki;BI.A nluiAlnl!amD tnaninn ' I
opposite principles side by side inofficew-
Iwk.Wwever Lnsdui H maybe for the I
Emperor to rely on different parties at 1
one and tne same irmeri&e practice ot
admitting tbenr BimnltaneousTy to, . a
share itf the State power, had this oV
ficiency, that ;ii enabled them , to write
against each: other in official and serrii
Affioial intimate the ortraria of triir rn- I
j - --o i
a l - - J Z AX TiT a ii 1
special ueaus-iii unite. , r were ma
controversies indulged in by these hos-i
.-i . i .1 1 r - . , L:.l f
W oruaiu Aiwajr. wa wujaw
Especially OH tQO fOUsn - question I
.v: . : -r::. I
wuicu tlio uiajuiity vt uia juiiiictcia wu i
to Aee; settled a la Tartarts no -matter
whether the Poles and the country they
inhabit be ruined for ages to come, while,,
the minority wish less extreme measures
much animosity used to prevail, j It
is a fact, for instance that the Golot, the
paper co-operating with the Minister of
Educational affairs, who is a great enemy
of the Poles, has been repeatedly confis
cated by the Minister of the Interior, a
mora moderate, politiciarir for denounc
ing the-Polish policy of tbe latter. ; Td
prevent the recurrence of such incongru
ities, and to organize the Government on
the ordinary European model, the Tu
vaUde will be discontinued after an ex
istence of some fifty years.and a Moniteur
esUbiished instead. But the expedient
will scarcely answer. , Not only do we
. hear nothing of the extinction of the
two other daily papers, but also,1 if we
did, the fact of au incongruous Cabinet,
while it remains, will still manage to get
itself represented in papers whose con.
nection with, the individual Ministers
must, in the transparent Russian atmos
phere, soon become evident. . ..
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice.
Vill i VLiIS.K1S.T3 UjrnvJK,
bwtft
teUowtt
was bu UV1 111 HUB UI UQIW ILTMIk. . j
flat erossina
far F.Wio(J -aw
ow. lur uuiiuinr m iinnnui maw
t Aide of High
r lor v"'ai a Rouble Tw fls"- erosnaa,
n.immti at ma iw Bid or mgn street.
' Ab amo to bedoae ia accord. nee with elate and
I'Sf;", tperer by lh Cfti Civil Enginaav
I nmoe ot ui viitr Clark.
f imanalaiaiins'iiaaagaa- oa aaoaocl af aaid
elaima mtbaotEnaar ta Oiark. in writioc oa or
L. E. WIL80N.
aD-dlUwwcif..r,i .p.; City. Clark.
Paving Notice.
CITK CI.KRK'S OFFK I
f ill ITUBT-d 11' n1. lttia I
--Jiotlea is hereby ei vaa. that Draoaedion hare bsi
Tebaenl
Instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, fui
LBHIBI tbloliowinf innmvMMH. tAwik
r'or trdina and ravin the mniTl MiHAwalWa 1
LcatteraandarorsiDga oa the watt nde of Wanhina;-
ton ayenne irom tbe nortB aide of .Batten riace to
tamaoain oi uayatreet. .... . .
Alto. forracarinvHiffh KtFMi frttn Parr af.rMt
kw 1 ourpemtion una..
Also, for aradina and -Dayiba with bonlriers tha
I roadway of f ublio allay from t ilth street to Sixth
street.
. -1 he sameto be done 4n aecordanee with theplati
and estimates to be prepared by tbe City Ciril Kn
fineer. aod filed in the offiaa of the City Clerk. .
All persons claiming damages on account of said
claims in the office of the Clerk, io writing, on or
I. r . u - L' : . j.. r i . t
BOT19 dltawiw City Clerk
Paving Notice.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I j
Columbus, O., Mot. S3, 1868. j ' 1
Ifotlne la nerehv timn tfi&k nrmiMjiiiHliav. hu.
instituted in tbe City Counoil of CoiuinbaaJox
makingthefollowingimproementa,to-witt' ',
For grading and paying tha nnDayed sidewalks:
gutters and crossings on the west side of the va
eant ground west of the market house, and for pa
ying tbe balance of said Tacant ground with Nioul
Sun pavement from-Town street to Rich street.
Alee, for laying a doable row ef Sag oro?s1ng
uroe venter aiiey on me aoutn aiae oi ODnnif
street. . . ;
Alse. for lavlfla a dfrnblemw rniMlii. . n.. 1
Lrepisr anay at soesoota side or liongnreew 4
xhe same to be done in accordance with plate and
estimates to oe preparea oy tne vjity vjitiI ,ngi
neer. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed imerovementa. are recnirad to file thairl
claims in tbaoffioeof tle Clerk, in writing, on or I
oeiore me r,igntn aay oi janrarir. a. i. im.
It. H. W 1L.HUN
noY5S-dltaww t - r OivOlerk?"
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes therein name .
Skctiom 1. Be it ardaiaed by the City CownaH
of. the airy ef Columbus. That tore be and is
hereby appropriated .at of any atone? in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following turns
of mosey, to-wit:
For tbe payment of exnensea ot Street Commta.
sioner and Chain Uang, $1,000.
For tbe payment of employes of the Fire De
artment,Sl,aoo. -' -
For tha payment of expenses of City Polisa. al -
460.
For tha payment of salaries of City O oei
aeuv.
or expenses or City rark. Sl ftnO.
For the payment of elaanina and renairinv Umat
lamps, vtw.
jfor-uaaaaauas t,itnts,BiotK 11 i -.-. ti o .ri
KomaTlnent t.f nicolson ttrfmnl in 'front f
CURIO, uuoh vow.
r or bowers and Drainage, $300.
For payment of Temporary Loan. $18,000.
kg. 3. The several snmn of monev nnmnrtil
by the foregoing section shall be expended! in the
manner prescrioea oy tne nits section or tbe ordi
naaae denninj thodutiea at the City Clerk, passed
WM.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
To asgesaaspeoial fax upon the' real asiale bound
ing toe west siae oi aiga sueet from Aoble
street to Strawberry alley.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained bv tha City Connnil
of the city of Columbus. That the su n of Fourteen
cents. Five mills, be and Aha same is hereby levied
and asuessed upon eaoh foot front of tbe several
lots of land bonndina orabnttin. anon thivMtainn
of High street from tfoble street to Strawberry al
ley, a tha same are designated upon the plat of the
Civil Engineer, on file in.theofiice of tbevjiiy Oierav
foj (beoeetand expenseof building s dWble tarn
flag crof sing aaross Mound street at the west side of
High street, acoordicg to the estimate of tbe City
Civil gineer.
HkO. 9. Ti.at the owner, of tha iimml Int. of
lan i upon which tbe foregoing assessment is maJe
shall pay ihaamoontr of money by them severally
due in that behalf to John Murphy, within
twenty days irom the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and pena'ty allowed upon
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WM. NAGHTEN,
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
J2sote!L.That tha fHf. fiivil Knniuar k. m rl
be is hereby authorised and directed to contraot in.
the name of tbe city of Ooiumbus, with Frederick
Krfurt, for bnilding a double row flag erasing
aeross South Public lane at the west side ot High
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
ror excavating or amain, forty cents ner en hie
yara
or .boulder, paving, Frtj-five cents per e.oare
yard. -! 1 i i . . i j
For nsggiiyr. H inches aide. Sixty ants per fin-
ealfeot. r,iS ,Jj liJi
lal foot, i r i t j j
Adopted Not. S3. 1868.
Attest
novM-dlt
L.E.
WILSON.
City Clerk.
;i;Resolution to. Contract. t (H.
BetoUui. That the City Ciril Engine
neer te, and
to contract in I
be is hereby authorized and direei
ted to
tne name or tne city ot vjoiumbus,
with WaUhias
Lbbb.- for ''building 'A double row flar emssii,.
across Hoath street at the west side of High street
upon the following terms, to wit:
For excavatina or ffradine. Forty cent, nor enhie
yard.
For boulder paying. Forty-fire cents per square
'gHyelto'sidewaikT Ffrty cents per 'cubic
yara. -i ' r . e S : '-.
A .oo x.. jn. l IUOII11,
novM-dlt City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
Seaolvsd. That tha fill, divil Fnmiuw 1m.u1
be is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of tee eity of 1'olumbus, with Peter
Eagan. for building double row flag crossing
across lienter auey-oa coe-tiortn eiae oi IKing
street, noon the foilewinc terms; te-wkr " " -'
ya'rS: " '"T'JJf
J?r boulder wmeToria .onaa.por qnare
yard.
r or nagging, ia inones wiaevoo cena. pc naeai
Attest:
L. E.WILSON. City Clerk.
T
Resolution to Corftract
Setolted. That tbe City CfHI Eacinee. be' iaT
ne is ttexeoy Autnoniea ana. directed to ceotraot in
tbe name'of tbe city of Co!umbus. with John
Murphy, for gradinr and paying the anpaved side
walks on ine west side OI nixtn street trom I own
street to Rich street, upon th following terms, to
res exoATatltac fea grading. Forty oenu Derou-
bioiard: A. A A" - "
t or bncKS laid, six ni per tnoosand.
Adopted Nor. 33, 1868.
Attest: L E. WILSON.
novM-dlt Citr Clerk.
mrrr! vt" ' r r-t
Eesolutionto Contract, f u
Setolved. That he C?tr Civil Engineer be
and be is hereby antboriied and directed to enn
traei in the Dame of the eitj of Columbus, with
Josenh Hertmen. for lowerioar tbe arnniiinsT a rnji
reseMow-ttwbpiimatiUDuaiJiA Li
loOg lWmS,,-lt :
Unand aa tha aaat si nf7 Uink
lmrty-nve ao iars, complete.
Adonted Nov. S3. 1868.
Attest: Li. a. rr iL.sici.vjity uierx
FURNITURE.
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FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
"a. 216&218ntl HlsraaC.,ti!uiJ v,i
COLCITIBUS, OHIO,
(Jlhair ttttensiv Hanvaetorf it at th Toot of
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
ReUil. new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
states ot on
manu lac tore
renaayiTania ana inaiana. iney
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PARLOR, BEORQDM. 0ININGR00M,, JIALL, AND
'rr ff iKITCHEIt FURHI1 liREl i ii f,
all elasies and every desian
and finish. Also. Cane-Seat-Chair f
ail classes ana every assign oi superior worx
rery description. WbQ)esAlABd JtatAiW -s
febS-doodlv
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY, J
Forwarding and Commission
hcrchaivt,
dbalib im
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
ODB, ITHI'KTi Ac. t
aor i
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, o., etc.
Corn, W
F F I C E :
Near Treat Baa f NatU It aa Brlda;eS
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febU-deodly
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Foarth street, sear lUala,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNRY P. ELIA8, - - - - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY L0
. eated and convenient to business, and to all
points i of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place tor persons visiting the oit. No pains will
be spared W make tha stay ol guests pleasant io
very sartiot.. myia-dtim
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JOB PKINTINGr !
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. is well known to the business community,
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PAPERS OF ill KINDS
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novsr-
BANKERS.
P W. ;iNTINGTDN& :C0a
Corner Broad & High Sts.
iltti't r
: COLUMBUS, OHIO.
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r. HAYD1N. ' ' JOS. BUTCHI80H. W.B. HATTI
. H1YDEN, HOTCHESON & CC, i
NO, 13 8. BlCin STREET,
lanW-dly-r
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NEW. YORK.,
REEVES'. AMBROSIA
fob rr II E HA X R,
v Improved I ri
It Ts ah elegant Dressing for the Hair. " ' '
It causes th B air to Carl beautifully. ; . ;
It keeps tha Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.,-, ,
p.'.iu b'.
It forces th Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately steps Hair Falling Oat, -It
keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color. " '
It brings ont Halt on heads that have been bald for
t Is oompoMd entirely of simple and purely yeget-
'ir .., -;blubstanoe.7l .V'ira'".
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many . . which are from
physicians in high standing. f
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the nam blown
in ths glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at On Dollar per Bottle. Whole-
sal by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
Sohieffelin A Co., New York. Bcmrr-mchS7-diy
J. VIENNOT & CO
" : GENERAL; NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents;
133 Hassan Street, New
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Websg to eall the attention of advertiser to
our agenoy. Oar facilities with all the first class
a any papers in tne country are second to none,
and we aro fully preoared to offer term, .nit Mn.
ditiona which eannot fail to aiva aanarin. tniinAte I
menta. We also send advertisement, to all (luhan
aid rVouth American papers, with whom we have
exclusive contracts We are the only bouse doing
We ean. by special Dermismon. refer tn
Mr. H. T. Hilmbold, Druggist. 6M Broadway,
Messrs. 8. R. Vahdcsir A Co., 198 Greenwich
street. New York.
Messrs. Hall A Ktrciii,, SIS Greenwich street,
New York.
Messrs. G. Brcck'b Son A Co., Type Founders, IS
Messrs. Phalon a Sow, New York.
Messrs. Fhklon A CoLLRNDrR, New York.
Messrs. Takbamt A Co.. New York.
Messrs. Chickkkino A Sow, New York.
Messrs. Radwat A CoNew York.
ootaa-od3m
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Ft A. & L . LESQUEREUX
.- . 1MP0ETKR8 AND DEALKKS IN
W A TO HE S
JGWELRV, ..
I CLOCKS, ''',.?'.;
, SILTF.R and .
. . , .. PLATED WARE,
CANES, ' . ,. SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY, (
CiOLD PETS,
POCKET-BOOKS aad L
11 OPERA GLASSES
' IS ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of -Seta
Thsnti' aid Waterbuty Clock
Forth Jobbing and RaUil Trade. Also. Agents
lor tn
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watoh Makers' Tools aod Materials, Watch Glass-
ea ( rencn ana ueneva; in ion supply at
low rates.
AW AH orders promptly filled and satisfaction
Kuaranteea.
T. A. A L. LESQMFREDX,
i febla-eodly No, 71 South High it.. Columbus.
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
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RAILROAD.
it, i :-;t .- ot !Mi;.i ti'.l
..Ttrtw Tralas Leave Colawabna (TTalem
Depot), Atailj (9un4art aixcepAcd. i
' ' 3J8 "A.' M.,,,NlHT EXPREaS.;Vrrivintg.l
I Zanesvill at r!3 A,.M.; Hellair. t 101 A. M ,
Baltimore at JS i. M.; Washington City at 8:M
A JL. - 1 '..' ,. -. a it";.itl' ..I j
V? ' T -t..' . . - ' i-i.-'-r ' ' Jl
1 JtlO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS niTiiii
- "."".'ww .ii r . Mr D.iiaire at d:io r. n t
Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at llAi
,;i:.l Ii.) .V' . -.) lir!?'.l u.'t'Ji'TsC)
W. TlJL' ??PH8S MAIL.arrfvinE at Zanes
vill at 4:56 P. M.: Bellaire at :1S P. M.: Baltimore
...: .r. a..; n asningloB ty at 530 P. At. - -
III'.: U .".' r. ; ' ' .11 . H l,nril
Cloa connect! ens made at Baltimw.
Ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
"Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
flities have the privilege of ' "'' ' ' '' '.'
Tailing , Washington Citji Free.
-I-.', .-rc'in.i!,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEFLSQ i CARS ON ALL KTQHT
r. i- TRAINS.:''.' . 'i-d
Alt for TICKETS wla BELLAIRE
; JNO L. WILSON, Master of TraBsportaUcn
k-.M-COLK. General licketAgent. . .
- .Mtf. W. BROWN. Gent Passenaer Agt.
t MEDICAL
The Great Medicine fto She Skin, care,
' WithODt 13.11. irm.W Artn .r
'" Biatitly eruption of Iht Ikrr. -.'.I 'T
-"'l'i Vw ItdUnsv trrltatlDK. mr r.fi i
.'ii ; Htrlna: etnaaeeas ,31 ry v
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fio. niirt r n .ore looUg quite lilcea writes
JJiarle- B-Noble, General Agent of Mich. Central
B. It., IJ3 Broadway, X. V. r .,, j...f. ;,,ti,.,
". " BMNn6fe nrnntufor Ttller. etc..
-writ. Higley Brofc, Druggist., rairSeld, Iowa;
- w re "Mlr ""W. erawfa or finecr.
4 ' " " " -' " ' ' write l. w. JJUmout, OI
bLi'omin.t.r,,lUass, ;liu- , s-j : .; Ji
Send for circular. Price, 7J cts. and tLOO.. j ; , ; .
Prepared only by roi.os PAr.WEii ".J"
u ' ' 36 West Fourth Street,' Cincinnati, O.
'.'. For Bate by Irun2iet3 aenenllv.
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septal deodAw)yv,i .! In-.a !
asr PHILOSOIHT OK MAIRI'GK. a n
fJOL'BMB nr LKr-enhaia. m ..IItmJ , .L.
York Museum rf Anatomy, en.biacirg the sub
jects: How to live and what to Hve tor:' Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review--ed
: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous aiseases accounted tor r Marriage pLUoeoph
ieally considered.. Ac. ...
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be ii
lorwaroea to parties nnaue to attend, on reeeiptot
four stamps, by addressing BKCRETARY, Nw
xuna nuBfia w AKATUST 1,9 fMJTBNCB, Big
PKUIIIWII KW I HKK. - VNT-lebs-dly
.;; ,;;;.boqk; binderies.
'500,000
BOOKS WASTED FOR oBIXDIXG.
ii'fi l i I-, ii -
HAVE YOU
A BfT BOOKS, fllfil ZlltEN SHRET
x. 11DB1C. Aa., Ac, lhat you wish to bare
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prioeef Books sent for and returned to any part of
the city by givii notice through postcmce. or at
th ' L ' . i
Franklin '; Steam 1 Book; Bindery
AND . .
BLANK : BOOK MaNUFACTDBT
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the Stat, - i'l . j
KHmi 34, 36. 38 Norta Rtaja Street,
(Over, Messrs. Kevins A Myers', aad StAtasman
oimia rriDllUE vuioes.
BLANK BOOKS! ' "'- '
BLANK BOOKS!!
BLANK BOOKS! !
Of every description and qoality.from thebiihest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship, ;
at. the lowest nrien. .
I Orders from Ciunty Officers. Banks,' MerohaatS.
I and all Offioers. requiring MlfttlOR RLANK.
i ROOKS, will be executed promptly, with our por-
lour patronage respectfully solicited.
y..'U -.'.i:a "W. ' W.' LEFATOR,'''
oot3-deoriro V i: i: i-- ; proprietor.
SIEBERT & LIIsIsEY, t
Blank Book Maiiiifactiirers,
' rKiNittis, emuttis rnu cublishers.
Special attention paid to mannfactnring first class
o avery description, with orwithont printed Besd-
iii.s, iot
COUNTY OFPIOIBS, MBRCH A NTS, BAKmCTtTRKBA
, . I1MIBS, UA1L.UOAO COBPAN1ES. AC.
MBf Full sets of Books made .on short notice.
n n. I.UKU U glYB ieriCOt SatlSIACtlOn.
OPERA HOUSE' BUILDING,
anrll eouly' COLUMBUS. Off0.
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING
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CUSTOM "AND" READY-MADE,
THE OHIO
KlercbantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
JTO. 185 OPERA MO USE 10 CA, "'
..' ColnmbJt, Ohi.
ASrPKRBPIKW STOCK off CLOTHS,
Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
i ureigu ana -uomestio, lor I Alt ana n later
'.. GENTLEMEN OF, FASHION
Will always find both oar materiel, and onrwerk
to be in the height of tbe mod. We s all spare
no pains in producing tbe most elcgint and fash-
lonaote garments to oe lound anywoei. ..
EEADY-M ADE- OMTHLNG,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, win al
ways be found en our shelves, in all tha varisties
oi tne season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FUENISHTNG G00D3 :
In full lines, always kept on hand.
ctntti Muss, supetlntendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
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HUNTER'S ., ,.1
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 8outh High St.,
. COLCinBaJS, OHIO.
I HAVE JT'ST BBOEIVBD THE.
largest and inest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to tms oity. consisting ol (
French,
jKntrllMli and
fiomestio Olothss,
, I . UtUSMinc cm,
For Gentlemen's wear, whieh 1 will sell at the lew
est VJaeB prices. . . j, .-.!.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
SOCk Of '.... t. :!-. t
READY MADE CLOTH INC. ,
, , ; JOHN HUNTER.
ju-dly - ' ' SS South High street.
r .GROCERS.
M'COLM, " MILES & H'DOMLDS;
NO. ia o ia SOUTH HIGH STREET
G K O C K It S,
nKVPBIGTORt COLD Al sum POWI
1 Hi R MAGAZINE. and .cents forth. ..I. nf
nazsrn I i.waor v.ompany'8 i nwcinr. Anmt, fn.
ne ssie oi --
UAKDN&K, PHIPI'S' A CO.'S -
Celebrated Sugar Cured Hasae.
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES
In. all their varieties. Imported Win, Brandia
Cigars, etc.
:T :! lJl-oodly
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
'iv.a r : h.0
K -It
The Shortest RoBtalweeWNo Change' of Carsto
.Vi.l. Chieage, Keokuk and Indianapolis.
FODa'TRAlja'DAlLT feavetrniW iOepeti Co
.! -.) .ulambas, en and after Nor, Si, 1888. as
'" "J'follow: '' ii ' -.v2
8:00 ftjMJQTOl'EI( AND DETROIT K
. AlilfiS'88 tHa-BAVS excepted) Anivea
nft,!?l m. IJrbana 10:10 a in, B.llefonUine
litSn !t, dlsk, .:0 m' Fi qua 11:16 a aw To
lednSlpm. Detroit lOHtpm. ', Zll,
tJit b.?,2i.UiS? Wattly for ToledV
1.1K P. M. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPBESS
a. it tinnaajs excepted). Arrives it KiiiniS
JuetioB:0 p m. Richmond sloTp"'. lod.no
lis 8 50 p m. Logansport Mrt p m. Chio.r?8-tI
reona ra a m. ba esonrg Sfcoo a m: Burlinr7
Iowa. HAib. keoknk nao p m. Qnlncy T c 5'
Louisville 3:30 a m. TerWHaute 11:57 p m. Mattooi
jas a m.CaimtMp m. Pans .- aw AUoBBsSoi
?,,?tr.f,pi',-SaS aUfayK 18.-0B mid. SDring
field, Ills ,7:.0 a m. J-'- 4 ... 1:f
Passenger, br this tiala leach St. Louis the next
morniBa aaara alaoaa-aad for poirrr west
nf Ht ltnta .nrt Klw,knVr nni train In . . .
all other routs. -j 1.,
fAigHICaAND8T.LOmSEX.
y)U PRtSS (Sendars excepted 1. , Arrives at
fiqua Shiu p m, '1 oledo 6:30 a m. Uetroit 8:10 a m,
Bradford Junction 930. p m, Wanapnrt 4:M at
I '.h ii.rt R4 ft n. m linl i.,i..nl i. a.1A. n. T. li .2
d0am. vattoenS:l6a m. Fan. 11:00 a m. Alton
Sjo0p m, St. Lonis 4;00 p m, Lsfaiette a m.
Bpnnrteld. Ills, :6 p m. Quinoy 110 p m. Keo
kuk ; 1S a m, Louisville SAO a m. Nashville 60 n
m, Memphis 104)0 a m. .
. Sleeping cars runTn this train from Colnm
bas tn Chicago and St. Louis without change. Thi
L train irom voirmDus to vbi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes qniekef
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville
.,".r" J?eao 'nd makes direct eonnsctions for
all points West and South one train in advance of
any other route. ( i- '-n -u, j,
IV'in A-" 1'T EXPRESS. Daily via
liiV Indianapolis ondys excepted), via
.iraaiora duoeuon 4:1 a
ro. Logansport tMO a nrBieego lG p m. Peoria
5:35 Dm. Keokuk IKAI nn, iJn
Terre Haute 18:15 p m.Eansville T:30 pm, ftlatreoa
, m-."Y7 f awawepm. Alton Ban B
n,.,tiou,,12.:18.P m- Jafayetl 8:10 p m. Louis.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
any other route. .
STATE ROOM SLEEPING CARS
Bunin this trai from PittsboTrgh to Indianaiiol'is.
.w. . ii-.Dw, , i. Ajt-Kanspon or inaian.
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- icwta iw .aie at u ninn ana nqu. uepot.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad. Ticket
A -
: P. CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General SBerinUndeBA,
Great Northern and Eastern
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
E7 ri U".' J. "".JU
nWKaenxi
Cincinnati Railroad.
Five Trains Daily.
lcxpVi stIHD AT.1 ' w '' IfeU
From tJoltrmbus, in eonnsetioa with Trains en tha
Little Miami St Colambas Sc. Xealat
: c .ja -rn-.u Railroads. ,,; j...!;1n,j
NIGHT XPRESS Leaves1 Columbut at' trt'sJ
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardirurtoa, leaA
Galion. Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. New London.
Wellington. Grafton and Keren, arrivin. .t f
land aitii A. M.,New York 70 A. M.-Thai train
leaves Sanday morning, not Monday., , ,
i tViUJiMULiAiiua-LetTM Uoiamhnf
at A. M. Will stop stall way atationa. ' Tkia
train starts from the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK R X PP. K K .H a,,mI r nl.Whn . Atf
lido A.. M, . iU stop at De4aware.A8hley.Carding-,
ton. Gallon, Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wel
liagtoe. Grafton and Berea. Arrive' atClevanA
at 3c P. M .. New Vork next day at 3:30 P. M..
M AIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at ti
P. M. Will stop at Wertfaington, Lewis Center.
I)elaware, and all stations to Shelby aad Shiloh.
New London. Wellinston. Grafton and Her... X r-
riveat Cleveland at 0 p. M.vNew York 7:. P.MJ
a. .DBvu,.n iuf rtin. n j u. auu vnicago, py taa-L
in this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at
o:u r jl., amva-in I art warn at 11:50 f. Mw
uhv a. a., lic i ii k m aaTance oi ail OLD
er roofs, have ample time for breakfast, and take
tferi!??UrV.h.w.!ti .m. .Iai a ,
cirr.ll-urilll.ll AUVJUMMOllATlOll TIADBuV
AWARE Leave Colnmbna at 1:3a P. M.. Wilt
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3:35 P. M.. Sprrrarfiei
f SO P. M. This train leaves Kpringfield at 70 A.
M , at Delaware at 2i A. MCoiaexau
10:40 A.M. .
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'PateatSleeplasrCaira are raaea all
-- nigbt'lraiai t Cnicairo, i f
-.. - v. i ,aw Varlc taaid, ,.. ,! 9)it
' aW Ttacwaae ehenV- llmnrt' tM Vfc KKa?
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadeiphia.andt
New York, Tia Crestline; - T"T n
'iw'-i-Jl'' RETURNING: -a ... .-.,
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:45 A. M.
(.inmnnih RcnrMU -an in.. 1 w.1. . . '.'1
P. M.. ..li'iiii
Mail Train amres at Colambas at 9S P.M.
Springfield Aeoommodatinn arriva. atColnmnn.
at 10:40 A.M. . i . - .u.ntf-ii .D.i.i.iu
Fare as Ltw aa ky aav Other, Hatajtaaf
ask tor xicaets tia vresuine or Cleveland. . n
. ' ' E. S.' FLINT,' t '
rn,-.r-f :r Superintendent, ClevetandiObx."0
fi .,, -JAMES PATTERSON,, A
' . . Awt,Colun5b ,Ol5.no
Columbus. Sot 33. 186a. n,:n t,y-A,i mv
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On 'aaJ aftw MONDAYi-NoV.V'FWS
TRAINS DAILY will law Oolamba ii lv
FOR CTNCIjrNATr,"IU U18 V ILLS, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND" IK.
"" DIABAPOLIS CHICAGO. '"
WIthon t change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
' h'li'"" ii ' I r ,'...---ixaluiotai
ConneeHons are reliable as follows .,
iticiu'iii i '.. . .. fiii tH'y
::.. ildW TBAia (DAily,v!9tcJJ to
LaaTe- at A--M,for Cincinbati. CirelevillA.
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe; stops at Lon-,
donv Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelaud, arriTing a
Linmiumuat7a.jiit.i WIJi, ajj la
fj i -r. -ir! -!tv8ECODTRAIHs': )ii sw J1
(Daily except Suad-iys.li -.j .j t!3
Leaves at 6tOO A. M-4oa Cineinnati, Dayton
Kicnmona. Indian. polls and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. 8enth Charleston. Selma.
Cedarville,Xenia, Spring yallay.Corwin.Moriowt
Sonth Lebanon. Fosters, Lorelanl. Mil ford ar
nyi" at Cincinnati arWfcSS A, M-, eonneeting
withtheMaiUJoau, ItH A'm
,f. '.,!;?' ;, ,.,i.,.TxIIBp. TRAIN. ,..f ; .i
n (Daily exoept Sundays. jrii.T
Leave at IMS P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and .
riprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
;3p P. M.,;..,, i-.j i SJ ...i.ii, A 'f
'li-i'J .! FODRTHTRAnrj.ua , ii(.J
ii ..... (Daily exoept 8uday.J-4-" 1 .-.':aj3
eares at 8 P.: M. for .Cincinnati. Daytoti aadi
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
JenersnB,' London, South Charleston, Seima.
yeamiie. Aenia. jnorrow and LoTelaud. and ar.
ntisi at iiiueinnatl at lu:ao Sr. Al,
)ee(Ing:Cart a all Klrht Trala,
i.-ii 1 : W.H.H. SHIN W. Agent.-- "
JOHN DDR A NIX 14 -1 n-iriJ ..-iitjrijtO
Uo-1TckeAV . ,t .ll .ruuoo
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
?ABf HAWPlixg HOtTTE.
R,. ' i ii. .:'" ' In i..i,..ji'!-: A".fi
.m and attar Jun aSth.xFKP. train, win .-..-r
follows: '.. ,
uw... .......piwo. man " - res, Lin.
Columbus OA.MailSP.M. 11 SO A. M
Newark. .......8:95 A. M. 30 P. M. 1S:35P.M.
8teebenvilie- A:U A.M. ' P. M.-' :1 P. M,
Pitteburgh .'..ITI 10 AiM.' -Kio M.1 il !7ss F. M.1
uuwui'ii... i;w n . ill.
N.w Vn.b . K.AA A U
40 P. M.
BS A
Mi.
Baltimore.. aImJ
Washington...-98 A. M.
-11:5 A.
M,
M.
60 P. M. , 12:S0 P.
oA0P.M. , 46 P.
. M.
VI"UIU,..,.,nf V 17. Al.
.-M.
E t'eeant stale room sleeping oars on all night trains, ,
On he rest Line the eelebrated- ""Silver Palaee'"1
r i,r"i " ! mrnuan irom OJuatanaj
loPhiladelphiaand New York without change.
i f"""sf" jriwiw a. n. oonoay craial
arrive in New Tork ats o'clock Man day Brora in.
SB ad ran tace never before offered . - A..f,uv
I . . U 1? Den , a .
tr nr V '" "ii. Dtenoenvtlle, O.
W. W. CARD, Superintendent, XtubenTllle,0,
JOHN B.TETERSnolui" 0i
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