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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
I.
8howuileaiTivnJandeepailnraof trains at TV
mbua, Ohio. On and after Monday. N'ovT23J.
4 twins will ran M follows? i .V
'CleretaaenCoruaabttg Cfatl stRV
is. i, IWWV1UI.II,, A.A1
Mail and xoresa. S:40 V m' Wtffi"
DprunamTawow.Tii a:mj-r JR. arf- A; M,
or t Awnnw aenan.u. .I.. 4K) A. iL 74AP.M.
e fTais tHlnlsayes Jnfay morning not Monday,
V.i - , JAS FATTJSKSOH Agent,;
attllai. u&OolnmbiiiJcXeBia R.Ri
Klrht Express. 2o A. M.,,f,o a.H
ilmoianau AoevmmodaUoii.' 5:0 A. M. "934 p. M
' IW HI I i ' 1 1 1 1 ill P. UlMAJ M
axprest :00 P. y. , J:'X fiiil
3 UbImoX 3i i.p.'(ii!H,Aen
Baltisaere Jr. Ohio Railrad"Cli
Jrtrt ftrrMJlJt JkJJt 3as.i,,M-.; ."l&vo a. M
Lightning Express 11:10 A. M. PM
axprees aian i wiiii r - -ai. uuu r. u.
TvcMaenaV (! ImUana, pen-
Sr'w:-
tirht ExpTs".,-.!l.-.:40 A. 1 eo A. Jill
Kxoressv-..i. e.-ou A..M. SKIS P. Mi
W astern lupuHi.f.nrr 5:S J. Mw' 75 P. VI,
Vw$ &X9m........;T.. M P. M" 11:0U A.M.
-,-rr.f ( f G. A. Hill, Agent
aadaekf, JVanafloId.de Newark. It. 11,
Trains leave Sewark and arrive as follow' ':"'
l-,-.T .iuj : '! lkavb..;; Arrive.
Day Expreia 5:i5 A, M.'. :40 X. SI.
Fr-isi.t and Accommodation 7:03 A.M. 7:30 P. M.
Hail and fcx press W-JS P. M. 8:15 P M.
. .., - lT:f"'"---Vy-A.WipnKAmt.- 1
rUtsfcaixniJCtnelnnatr' at at. A,euls
-. .r.ltaUiar . ..
$t; EiitHrt'''! J MATaVt - ARRIVB. -.
Tew Tork Express-. :T5 A. M. - litfo Mid't
liightnfo KxpiM'.'...li A- M s. 6:45 C. M.
Mail and ExproM .V. .'...SsS P. M. HM P. M.
Itaaniion Acaomnmdatiaa 6HXI A. M. ' 6:40 P. M. '
new i org tigress ruaaauj.. All ouei train
ni dail7. exoapt Sunday. ,
' Danoiron Aooommodation (tartt from freight
yard, c-1, . - j . i .... ,
: if John B. Pktebs, Agent.
'
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
i'J CM .' i n,i mi ... I. .,
i. --it.; v:- - viiaRmi, CLosxfL
Iwrtarn, Throurt Mails, . a. m.j.m. a. m. r. k
Pittubnrirh
OIVUOTUII.IIB aUU
Eastern Way Mails, U. C.
r4U,E.
Borthwest, Tia Ft, W. 4
,.0.. 0. O.C.AC. R. B.
Ch Icaeo, tia C, F. I. c.
C. AO.H.K
Little Miami R.IL. Thro' j
Little A!iami R. R , War.
tl O. k. R . Newark.
AiV 1W.W
.... 1230 ..'laio
.... sao
11:00 -?,...
110
.. -1130
.. 1:55 110
' 19:30 ' lno "
"12-10 TSO
7:30-
. ZanesTiile 4 Wbaelinj. , 19:30 lrno 70
V. U. 1U Way....-
C- v. A 1., Through and
Way.......
CiroieTille. GhiUioothe a
T.-00 llrOO- :S0
-Portsmouth...... ...... , . 9.-00
, aaoastar, Ohio 8:00
.7:80
'7:30
U:45
laso
70
lut ay, National Koad. 10 JO
Mt. Vernon Way, Wester-.
Tille.Ao......i
Jiorth Columbus and CUn-
tonvilie , 1039 ;
WashiDtton C.H.,TiaHa- : Jt.
risburg, (tri-woekly I
arrives Mondays Weii-i :
nesdays-, k Fridays, and! """
- leaved Tuesdays, Thurs-1
' days and Saturdays. ...J
Centre Village, (tri-week-)
; ly.) Tuesdays, ThursdaysS 13 X.
m.r.i S&timiavs J
r00
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
LOVE SONG.
BY CHARLES SWAN.
I wish my lore were some fair stream, : .
ricft siDging tbroob ber woodland way, .
, Ard I eome star, whose ioviue beam
. Might in her bosom rest iu ray. . '
t
ft-
; I wish roy lore were like the dew, . .-
.Half hidden 'neath the rose's lip, , - , '
And 1 the young dawn, trembling through -,"
The fragranod none but I might sip. ''i
'!i I wish like the flowers that fond'r meet
And cbeer and charm thehumblest spot .
, Our lives might blond while life as sweet,
And ean death divide us not I
? : :
ANOTHER LOVE SONG.
BY YUBA DAM.
- -.
I winh my lore were lemon punch, .
.iy-Wlth srrawberries floating in tne eup :
And' she and 1 could meet at lunch
Then, with a straw I'd saekner up. '' '
't Iwbhm iove-ireTe like the Jew,., . i
And had cold laid away in store.
V'ye think I'd read exebarges through
Or write tor paper any more J
Ot
'bit3 wish like flowers that fond'y meet,
And bloom to furnish bees their boney,
TVe bad some way wbile life is sweet
Of keeping boaao--withont much money.
lU-t--,- . i-.,. .
Cattle Disease.
al
From the report of the Commissioners
f 'appointed to- represent Ohio ac the late
neDtloD'held id Springfield,. IllJnois, we
take the following: - ' .
recommended to the several State
-'Legislatures to pive elfect by legal enact
ment to the lollowing profjOf-itioni, which
are believed to embody prlnoiples ot the
t frreatret.importance, Dot only for the wel
fare of the cattle interest?, but for tbe se
curity of the people themselves; ,
Stcnon 1, Article 1. Three Commls--sionerp,
or such otber number as the Lga
Jature deem proper, shall be appointed by
some competent authority to bold office for
five years, and sbali report annually to the ,
legislature. l '- -w it: ?-T - ..-
Second. Such Commissleners shall watch
over the general "'(reifare of the animals
withinthe State for wliictf tbey 'were ap-v-pointed,'
and partictitarly'-preventing the
spread ot dangerou. diseases among them,
" , and of protecting the people of the' State
1 against' the daDgers arising from the cou-
gumption of diseased meat. ' : '
. Third. They may from time to time ap
' point such Assistant Commissioners to aid
.""'them in the discharge of their duties as
V the welfare of the public may require.
s"Toirtft.They shall have powrr to ad
" minister oaths and to prescribe from time
to time such rules and - regulations as may -4
- ,.1Anmnllli lhaJ I Maul ef I
'"this appointment.- " -
t Viflh' Tney shall give public notice of
the outbreak of any dangerous disease,
onanf such practicable' directions1-lor its
avoidance as tbey may deem necessary.
Sixth. They may either place such dls-
''eased animals in quarantine or cause them
to be killed, as may be necessary for the
-e. public protection,, but in . the latter case
o Ebey -may cause aa appraisal, of such cat
ooli tib -oade, and the county or State
shall pay, for such, property at the ap
r i praised, value as may.be provided by law.
,- iSectios 2, ArticlkI. 'The Conimis
j sioners, tr any Assistant Commissioner lo
tr .cated .oavthe frontier of any State, shall, at
reach Aimes as may be, prescribed by the
v Commissioners, have power to inspect all -z.
,; the eattle brought into such State, whether
--. by railroad cars, reesels, or common roads,
l'-.iAnd snail have power ,ta detain such rail
cs joadarsj vessels, or droves of animals on
common road long enough to make proper
r'HihwpectioB ot them, for the purpose of as-fi-MieertaiBiDg
thcirt sanitary condition. 'JSo
-a animals shall be, permitted to enter the
aio State which ' shall be deemed by such As-e-jC
aisutot Commissioner to be capable of -dif-io
e Jusing disease, -JJo; train shall be allowed
tut Ot-iprooeed unless the animals contained
nri .'.therein shall have "been supplied with iood,
sru water -anti rest within twenty -four houra-
-is next preceding the time of such inspections
' i,i All .animals shall rest and have access to
- i! to .food and water for twenty-four houia
after having traveled for A similar period.
' Fifth The railroad companies shall pro
1 vide suitable yatd. lor feeding, watering
and rest of animals traveling on their
' .trains, and for quarantine purposes, which
ahall be kept iu a teleanly ai.d wholesome
condition," to tbe satisiaction of the couw
mUsioners. '
i -gixth. Eaeh train on leaving its point of
. departure, shall -have certificates signed by
' ' an assistant Commissioner, -which certid
cate shall show the animals therein are in
a healthy condition at time of departure,
and -said--eertilicates and indorsements
therein of time of departure of train at sub
sequent resting and feeding places, shall
be exhibited to the proper authorities
whenever require'.
' Seventh, froper penalties shall be insert
ed in the law. to prevent bribery of offi
cers charged with the. execution of these
provisions. . .. " -
Eighth, Proper penalties should also be
provided lor those who Interfere with or
resist officers charged with the execuiion
of ttiese provisions.', ,,. .
Sec. 3. Whereat, A malignant disease
among cattle known as the fever, has been
disseminated by transit of train and other
sources or Western cattle through Western
and Northwestern States during warm
weather ot the year, occasioning great
loss to our farmers, and possibly endan
'IU - Bering the health of our citizens therein;
Betolved, That this convention earnestly
recommend the enactment of stringeuc
. lawn to nrevent the transit through these
' . 1i..wam -'V, a.nlun oof t la frini t.ha
f .. . j e W . I. -A K 1 .. . ., XT .
JtrSl Oay UI mareu. w iud MOuaj ui
ember inclusive. .&:.
Betolvtd, That the interests of tbe com-
munlty require the enactment of-laws
making any person responsible lor alldam
agts thtwJJiav Result Jrpnthe diffusion of
f "X 4arittj-oi: Siease;jfrom a ui mala in liis
OWnershTDOrnnisBSBiAS.-"-
mSCELLANEOUS.
Agents Wanted $10 a Day,
a wo aio maps roa a.
Of America and Enrope, America aid
ai tsiiea siaietai Amtflca.
Colored in 4000 Counties.
rHI-SF: UK AT MAP!. NOW JTCST
eomnleted. show everv nlsna rf imnnrtjnM.
all Rv.lrsd to date. ind lbs latest altera
tions in the various European Sta.es. These
Mps are needed in every nohool and family in the
laD4-4kexecoiBvAhe space, of oua. Mao. and bv
majiof the Ravsraer. either pideoaa be.'t brows
iruiiL, sou any pan orougni revel to rnofo. -$ob
ty Rights and large discount given to good Agents.
PPty lor circulars, I arms and Kample Slaps, to
LLOYD'S MAP rJUREAU.
necii-diwlm-r 23 Cortland. St., . r.
SEALE3D PROPOSALS
1T7IL1, BE KECf lTKD AT THE OF
, V fine of the Citv Civil F.npinAAr in nmhnjt
at 4 o'olo-k P. M., for furnishing materials and
doing the following amount of work, to-wit:
For buil-iing a don Me row flag orossicg across
Center alley at the south.side or Long street.
For buiirline a double row laf crosinc aaross
center alley at the south side ot spring street.
The bid will he opened by the committee of the
ward in whiott the improvements are to be made.
lhe committee reserve tuerigbt to reject any or all
bul & tbaix deration. . - ii. V, BOWE.N. .
. -;TT T- f St Civil KugineeiVI
TOyvrITirriiii'i offiur. So. -Boath. Hsel
street, up stairs.
deoiS-dtd
Emollient Cream.
THIS DELIGHTI'l'L AMir.l KClST
preparation, introjuotd last- winter, having
received so many flattering coinmendatiors irm
those who nsvd it. induce-i the proprietors to brins
it again ketore the pubro, assuring them tttat it
stauds unrivalled as the best proteotorof the skin
against tbe incltmency of the winter season. It
not only imparts to tbe skin a delicate treshness
and beauty, but also conduces toils health, purity
and preservation. . r or heal.ng abrasions, snap
ped Hands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of th Skis,
rthasnd equal, while its soothing -qualities and
delightial tragranoe render it a necessar appnnd-
ase to the toilet. Prepared only by MAKrLrL A
R1TSON, i ifpensing Chemists 100 bonth High
treet, t;olumbur. umo. nov4-aeodJ wm
JNO. S. ROBERTS,
DEALER IN
OILET ARTICLES, PERFiaiERY,
AND
xA.3srcner goods.
A full stock of Condray's. Rummers and Lubin's
.xtraots aud romaaes.
No. 254 North lliffh Street,
decll-eodlm . . . .COLUMBUS, OHIO.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
ToaUwhomitmayconarn:
CITY CLEKKAS OttlCK, I
Titi nu.na II ln, 1A Ittua 1
Kotiee is herebr cfien. that mueeedines have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
makiug the following improvements, to wit :
For aradinff and rjavine the Ui.naved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings on tbe westsiile of Washing.
tnn avenue jrom tne nortn siae ot iiatten riace to
the south side of Car street.
Also, for retarine Hieh street from Perry street
t he corporation line.
Also, Jcr grading and pavicg with boulders the
adwas of Public alley from r iuh strict to Sixth
street. - - ' - - - - w.
1 be sameto be done in accordance with theplats
ml estimates to be nreDared bv the Citv !ivil En
gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.-
Ail persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
belore the f irst day ol January, a. l. i6i.
Ai. ti. WlLSUiN,
novl9-dltaw4w .. City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Concern :
Coi.iTURns. O.. N..T. S3. 1868 A
Notice is herebv civen tb&t Droceedinesh&Te been
instituted in the City Council of Coiumbus. for
inftKiDK tne loiiowinp improvements, lo-wit :
h'ftr crftdixist and dhtius th nnoavad aidowIbL
iruttors and oroti.MDss on -the west side tha
oant ground west of tbe market house, and for pa-
iEg me Daiance 01 eaia Taeanr, eroana wun iioi-
n pavement from lown street to Kicti street.
Also, for In yine a double row of flac crofsinff
acroia Center aliej on tbe south side, of Spring
street.
aUo. for laying a double row flag crossing across
Center ale at the south siieof Long street.
1 be same to be done in accordance with plat and
intimates to be oreoared br the Cit Civil Enri-
ceer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persona claiming aamage on account 01 faia
ioposed imnrovetoeats. are reauired to file their
claims in the office of t;e "Clerk, in writinr. on or
before the i-mtuh day of Jan ary. A. I. lm9.
1j. J!i. WIaj&UJ.
nov25-dltaw4w (Jit? Clerk
BOOTS AND SHOES.
. 8. BEPABD. O. BOBIQEU
u r a d DnnTO AMn ounce
UIIL.ni UUv I utfiliUfAll i w L-Oi
NEW ATlAM.
TS. SHEPJtRU HAVING FORMED
. a partnership with O. H0KIGER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and ahoe trade at
HO. 1G3 SOUTH HIGH STKIKr,
Would reFpectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fk-e and
well seiented stock of Lsdies', Gents', Alisfes' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the feast, snd which they are new ottering
lor sale on tne most reasonable terms, in our man
of&cturing depar iuent special attention is given to
. CUSTOM MADE WOIiK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly snd promptly done.
We would resDCCtfnllv solicit a share of nuhlic
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
ahnw goods. l, -V ' -i
iieincmber tbe plaee : o. lf3 aonth High street.
. - -fJHtPAKi) AaOWGtK.
Columbus. O. Sept. 13. 1868. sepl3-atf
FURNITURE.
MI0HAKL HALM.
CHARLES 0. BXLLOWB.
r. I. Bl'TLKK.
C.
114 1,71, Ri:i.sLOtt!4 Ac ri;tlkr,
URNITURE WARE - ROOMS
oa. 216&818Soutll Higrh St.,
4 'JP i. ,S - COg.fJ.TiBU! OHIO. .,.
(Jislr esctenrtvt Jfaiivfatiorir it at- tht-Faot o
msm Street, on m oanai.)
Their business transactions, both Wholessleand
Retail, now extend throughout the States of Ohio.
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
hi I UHtrJ 1-UKNlltKt
all classes and every design of suoerior work
anstiio and finish. Also. Cane-Seat Chaira of
very description, JiVholesale and Retail. , -
febd-derdlr 1 T i"' - - ;
HOTELS.
FRAAIIiliir. HOUSE;
(Recently Merchant's Hotel.) Pf"?ft
Not 230 ana 832 South H igh Street,
C0LLMBU3. OEIO. j
nriE rivDEttsru., fok htjki
A her of years croorietor of the National Hotel
of thiaeitr. takes, pleasure io onou")oin - to the
ublic that be bss leased tbe above named House
nr a mrm of vear9. htd it thoromzhlv renovated.
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now ready for tbe reception of guests, both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience in the hotel business and
his determination to devote hiB entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
ef faction to all who may f vor him wit h their'pafc-
ronage. U. Kfcl P.Ol.UtS.
JM. It. & i-aloon and Kestaurant is attacned to
theHoos'; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
competent and attentive hostlers. H. R.
u.decl5 dim
ST.J AMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street near XTIaiB !
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNRY P. ELIAS, .... Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient t business, and to all
points of trawl, is the most desiriable stopping;
place tor persons visiting the oitv. ISo pains will
be soared U.make the stav ol fines is pleasant in
ever oartioul myl2-r!6qj
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
orvardiog and Commission
MERCHANT,
DKALEB IK
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OIK, WHISKY, &c,
MT T at Prices Paid at all times for
OornvrT Karley, e i etc. -
- : 1 1 r. .---' -
F I C EV
Near West Eni eINat'l 12 ad BrldsieS
C0LUMBU&, OHIO.
feblS-deodly
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. . BB00K8. ALII. HOC8TON. WM. H. 8L D
JJjfc W. B. BKOOKS,
Cor. Rich A High Sis., Columbu
Wholesale Grocers,
HKALKK8 IS " -
JfEW .ORLEAIiS, SUGARS AHD M LA ..
Island Sugars, Cofiee.Teas Spices, T aco
IiIOUOIlS, cbo.
feb-ly
ti.7.; fn b'snijij t L.iiJd tr.J.:,b-,
o tUtm st'.tfdhtstfo .-.ox i-J i
Irrf ..,- ! .
' t wi dJdr ,ii .isii tK" :, J'. !
ntic ibaeit' aud host con
' fa "i is Hit) ' 1
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
' .. n.- . . ... , .
oi )! .v f,-; xm a i- ,:sti-T.i vid -..tt
ESTABLISHMENT '
... T .
in;; central- onio.
WSI S .V '.-l:'.! ..
- l-n n'; tt:j .ii -y.
l I TV 3l'j 1,1 )
'd t;os i;t.ji ,
FBOPRIETOR8. ;1
! 3Uj JA'JT!. .--AOIi V..
Nos. 36,' 38 & 40.North High St,
I COLUMBUS. OHIO" '
The attention - : tbe Businesg Pnblio - sailed to
the superior facilities of this Establishment,
, i . . We hare in constant use
even,;Steam Power ' Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability. to get out work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to oar already
. :;' '
L4KGG TARI17I O
. T. V ; .. - . ?
PEINTIRaiTYFES,
HTi. 1J3 h.i", 'lt.'A ) Z". .'e-t'H-l
And we feel confident to satisfy all who iray give
us a eall. Oar large fonts of type enable us
., . . .. to Jo all kinds of , , . ,
BOOK PK1ITIIG!
n tbe most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this ine to the
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we nave executed in th past year,
'- . " l ' --- i t .- :f i.
vIOB PRINTING !
- ' ' p
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The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known te the business community. .
: Employing, as we do, none but the
rr .' t lit
Best of Workmen.
i t .
And baTim full assortment of th . ,
LATEST aud CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
'We will guarantee the. utmost. satisfaction. :
' ? -i :
' ALL KLt!t)3 OF
Mercantile.! h ' i ' v
Railroad, - V
Bank and ;.
Commercial
- . i a .- 1 f v, -- -
1.: . .. ' ; ;..;..!
.. lii.' " ' 'l- '
' . .) Printing,
SUCK Ai
Bill Heads, Cards, x j
Circulars, '.Letter Headsj' :
Blanks of au kudsl Checks,
Drafts, ic, &c. '. "'
Uf FACT.
EVERY KLND OF: JOB PRIXTJ1VG
Keeded by tbe business public. j
We a'.so keep on hand a larger stock of '
PAPERS OF ALL' KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the eity such at
Super Royal :- Mrdlum,
Demy, ' Crown Cap,
Cap, tetter and
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as we
i, do, directly from the mannfao'tnrer, we at '
enabled to do out work at correspond- ''
ingly low rates. We axe Sola ;
-j -i ; Agents fur the
, CELEBRATED PAFEE3 OF
PXi Sa POUTER.
: . s - - . -
BLANK BOOKS:
Wt particularly call attention to the Blank Books
r manufactured by us.; We are preoared to -
; - fill all orders for
i .-&- -J . . .
Hiedgers, '
, T ournala,
Oa.s91x Books
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
- ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and blndjng, and we eha lenge competition in
this line. , . , . , ,
. asaeTss
, " - r rf m a
GIVE US; A3C A. EE.
NEVINS & MYERS,
SO, SS fc 40 NortlilUsh Street,
rfAPER;AREHOpSES.;;,:;:
WAREHOUSE.
most irt4 :o.j ;,..-,-'
The sitenUoa pf the Trade Is eaUed to tbe superl-
' orstoek Of ai'l i.trf iiJ
1 . -j -'J'jlartreMied'"'ndf!' iajV'by'"J,'9i'";
.jJi.i
" '-';vr .if. .; t H ,1. it.f
.w;wyi;.,1.;(,,i,vh,,;,ii,,;,;,
88, 38 tc 40 NORTH u IGH ST.,
JlJcf :-' C O L U 'M 'B V 8 f'i kUw.Io
; :") TvM;ni twt-iii,i l jVa.'jl'-l.j 9.11
' Onr sttOfla: AnmnHlIA fnll Unm nti -V A
fc'-.(7q-w i ,.u i ,.. ... :-.i ,o
.i(g (tl
Book, , ;
-j'n-.v 'ikrr io , j,.
s-.liri-.,i.' e ,tiv-i.-- T
- SWrlting
f .
Colored and :v - 1
TiPri.nt Papers.
, - ' v-' - '' n-' . -o) :. .
" ' ' : ' We have a full stock of r
r . - , .
ENVELOPES,
I - ' -.: , sT-.--) t -
Of all sises and varieties, which will he sold at the
lowest market rates, j. j,o -
OPS 8T0CX- or ! '
.H I ! .8 .M ! - . I, .-,
3 m
Is unsurpassed In the city, including , t
A:
t BRISTOL BOARD1
, ; R. R. CHECK, : , :;; -
VcOLORED of ail kinds
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GIVE . US A- C A E E
IETI.-V A 1TITKRS.
nov"
BANKERS.'
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
BAH KERS ,
. Corner Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
r. HATDB.1. JOS. HVTOHBSON. W.B. BATT .
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CC,
NO. 13 8. HIGH S I KEET,
lanW-dl.v-r Celnmbn., O.
NEW. YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FO re' l' T I IE hair'.
Improved !
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.
. It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Bair Falling Out. '
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
.... . ,
-t years. .
- t is composed entirely of simple and purely vegst
ble substances. -;-. -It
has received over six thousand voluntary testi-
. mocials of its excellence, many which are from
. pbysioians in bigh standing.
- It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
In the glass)," by Druggists and Dealers In Fancy
Goodseverywhere.atOne Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.;F. C. Wells A Co.;
. Schieffelin A Co., New York. BCHNT-mchz7-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO,,
- GENERAL KEWSPAFER
Advertising Agents.
133 Nassau Street, lew Karki
' " (EatablltKi d in 1S63J : r!
We beg to eall the attention of advertisers to
onragenoy. Our facilities with all the first elass
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give superior- induee-ments.-
We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid Sonth American papers, with whom we bare
exclusive eon'racts W are tbe onlv house doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We oan, by special permission. ref-r to -Mr.
H. T. Hbliibuld, Druggist, 694 Broadway,
ew Yo k.
Messrs. S. R. VmDFzSR A Co.; 198 Greenwioh
street. New York.
Messrs Hall & Kuckel, IIS Greenwich street,
; New York.
Messrs. U.Bkpck's Son A Co., Type Founders, 13
Chamhe-s street.
Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York.
Messrs. Hbelon A Collvndeh, New York.
Messrs. Tahh ANT A Co.. New York.
Messrs. Chickkhino A SON. New York.
Messrs. Kidw at A Co., New York.
oot20-eod3m ... -
. WATCHES JND JEWELRY
F. A. & L. . LESQ'JEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALEK8 INj .
W A TO HES
JEWELRV, ,
CLOCKS,'-' "--I ' '. '
' . h SILVER and
--ii PLATED . WAR E, '
CAXES,', .' SPECTACLES,
CITTLERV, ,
COLD KEfS,
POCKET-HOOKS ana
OPER 4. GLASSES
IN ENDLESS VARIETY. .
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setb Thomas' and Walerbnij Clocks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
for the
r" ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
4V All orders promptly filled snd satisfaction
guaranteed. faaliksq..k
feble-eodly No. 71 South Higu ii.. LMaaibus.
FIRS
DRY GOODS. - r
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A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
50 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
- ' .'-.-!! :.ii:.i
. , , ..ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
.) - - ! ' . . . ..
WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
AND
FANCY DRY GOODS!
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
-
ii
-.'J il-'ttfuiDOO tMlii 111 ggll.V - sit
Three Traln-(arColnaabns (ralsa
,. epot) JwaltrjMtndaj-a .xvepted. f
1:' NlGHT EXPRESS arriving at
Zanesvtlle at eT3 A, M.rHellaire at 1040 A. M I
Baltimore, a), sf A. il.; Washington City at 8;tf
.-' n! -.",:. .-ir!;0 '.tn i.-i.t.'.i :t
JIUO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS srrivint
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. U Bellaire at S:l P M ;
Kaltimoreat U:luA. U.;i Washington City atlM)
. rff oji-I 3i-'M't,x 1 ." "t '.!'.:
f t P. M.KXPBF88 MATL,arrivIngatZaaee-
Tille at 4:EB P. M.: Bellaire at :1S P. M.: Baltunnre
at 4:45 P. Al.; Washington City at SSO P.M.
'-S'f lm Uu 4 i !ih r - . -.",
.-dose connect iens made at Baltimore act Wash
ingtnn with trsjns for Philadelphia ADd Kew York,
.Passenger hoi ling through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of .. . .j s i s.
F ating Washington City Free!
Jfo Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPIXQ CARS ON ALL NIGHT
1 ..s :-iv i. J...' TRAINS.- :'; ' -'
' i' :.: -.-:! .i- .'. - i - , .., -, , 1
S:''V"':-s '' '' ' - c . . :uo ;
Ask for TICKETS tI BELLAIRE
' JNO L.WTLSON. Master of TransportafloW
- IL. M.COLE. General Ticket Agent. ,-i
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenaer Art.
, MEDICAL .V
The ereat Slealelne Tor the Sain, ewrea J
wittioiit foil, every kind or nn
:.'. j alirhtly eraptioa or the Shea,
S . ;.;' itehUMr, Irrltmttnar, or . ?i
diatreaslns; entaneona
d-iaeaae on any part
or She penen, - r. ; i T
5 ' " It ans aenrfy rcHttnl nw or ttl morfljrf.j re-
fton, erwt I fm now Inokinrj quite like a iiwiii," writes
fbftrle- E. Nohle. Genernl Agent of AUch. Central
It. Jt.,.lT3 Broadway, N. y.
" ir iV mi inmNirbJe remfv far Tetter, ec
. writ Uigley Bros.,.OruggisU, Fairfield, Iowa. -.
" hare tried, yonr rahtnbte remedy for Barber'l
Itrh trlth fmwtf Sweeen," writes C. W. Dumont, of
Leouiiuster, Aluss.
Send for circular.. Price, 75 cts. and S1.00. ,
rropared only by - S0L0S PALMER,
36 Went Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O,
'1 For sale by PruggisU generally.:.
septn-deodAwly t - : .
MW PHILOSOIHY OP MfthRTAGK. ' A Nrw
CoiKSK or LhCTrHSM. as deiiveied at the New
York Museum of Aratomv, en.bracitg the suh
jectst Ho to live an what to live tor: Youth.
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed : The cause of indigestion, tiatuler.ee and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically considered. Ac.
Pocket volumes containing fheteleetures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, br addressing ShCKET AKY, Nbw
Yotig csttrir of Anatomy An Scifncf. ttii
rlROA nw AT IN F TORI. TKV-teh'.'8-dlv
BOOK BINDERIES.
' 500,000
BOOKS WAXTEDJOa BIMX6.
7 ;: HAVE YOU--1
t If Y nMKS. tlAG 1 ZIKES. SHFET
- xV. - AiUsiO Ao, lc .1 hat yon wish to hare
boniifl in a nice firm bimlirifr, pron ptl j, at low
prices? Hooks sent for ami returned toanypartof
thecitjf bjr giTiLg nutice thiough pofluflice. or
IDS
FranUia Steam Book Bindery
AND
BLANK BOOK --M ANU FACTORY
-Jlneof the largest and best appointed Binderies in
,the Sute. ' " "
ft on ma 34, 3H, 38 Won Is High Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
Stcain Printing Oihces.)
BLOKBOOKM
ItI.4.-Z: ISOOItS!! 1
BLANK BOOKS?!
Of every description and quality, from the bi hest
to the lowest.-v rinted If desired, rule 1 and bound
to ar.y required patieru, ana superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders fr-va 0 unty Officers. Banks, Merchants,
snd nil Officers rtquirn g SCfEilOR BLANK
BoOKd will be executed promptly,' with our per
sonal attention. .. .
X our patronage respectfully solicited.
N. W. LEFATOR, '
oot3-deoi'8m Proprietor.
SIESERT & LILLE Y,
Blank Book Itlasufactnrers,
PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS'.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
o every description, with orwithout printed Head
ings, tor
COUNTY OFFICERS, MEKf HANTS, H AKPFACTCBEBS
BAhKSKS, RAILROAD COMPANIES. AC.
S3" Full sets of Books made (on short notice.
.auauim 10 giveperiecb sailsiBCtmn.
OPERA
aprtl eouly
HOUSE BUILDING,
-' volvmbvs. oao.
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
THE OHIO
BIcrchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
'" JTO. 185 OPERA DOUSE BLOCK.
Celumbiis, Ohio.
A SrPI'HB NEW 9TOCK pf CLOTHS,
Cassimeres, Overeoating and Vestings, both
j oreign ana Uoinestic. lor r all and W inter wear.
GENTLEMEN" OF FASHION .
Will always find both oar materials and our work
to be in the height of the mode. We s all spare
no pains in producing: lue most eiemc and lash
ionab.ie garmenta to be found any wheio. . -
. EEADT-M ADE CL0THIN&,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves.
in tne latest ana UMiet lasnionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
ot the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FBSNISHING G00D3
In full lines, alwars kept on hand. '" (
UK. Mi Mr.ISc. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer,
w . G. PtRKS. Foreman. ' ?
oet23-deod3m ,- . .
FALL AMD WINTER GCODS.
HUNTER'S ; ,
Clothing MmporiQi.1
No. 220 South High St.,
COLIKIIBIIM, OHIO.'
1HAVE JIM KI.EIVD '
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting 01
fc'l-ttlACl.. ' .) '
, Auiia; UmIi and ' . - ,1
jLomssili3 Cloths,
" Caasimerea, 4fecM
For Gentlemen's'wear. which iwlll sell at the low
est Cash prices. . u,:' , ' -
Alo keep eonsuntly on hand a well selected
stock of ' " ' ' " ...
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
. - i ' JOHN HUNTJ4R, ,
.. juia-dlr 0 South Hieh .tree..
GROCERS.
.rCilOl, JULES & Al'UOmDS.
NO. 14 & l SOUTH HIGH STREET
1 GUOCKKB,
'nUOPHIF.TORt COI.ITTIHITS
L i R M AGAZ1N K, and agents for the sale of
I Hazard Powder Coinpanj's Powder. Agents for
' be sale of
GARDNER, PHIPPS' A CO.'S
KIebrated Sufjar Cared naznaa
' . and dealers in
'FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GIIOCEKIE8
! n all tbeir varieties Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, etc. iull-eodlj
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
—AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
' . : , , ',' ,H
The or last Rout WestXSo Change of Cars
. Chicago. Kookn an J indlanapolrs. "
oamoii,, .JU .xgaedX--
FODB TRAI.VS DAILY leave Union L'epot,.
no wtumou,' OB shd-sfter-Nov. 83, 1868. as
ftiJ -' '(Hfoilowatt ' r l - ti -
8 '00 TOLEDJ AND DETROIT' tX,
.V,V JV;?553-ilsinla, excepted) 7 Arrive,
at U.orda7.a m.Urhanrraau Bellefontsine
a ! Tdsky;(Op oV. Hiaua lhif m, T
lednS-SOpm. Detroit 10:40pm
This tram is run expressly for ToleJ'PlT
tritb Ainess .rrini gar-trotu places 3 nour
aheaaef any otber route,,. .
1. 10 ( -tnndajj exeeDe(').'rnv, itBoi
Juui-tion4:40 p m. Rich ":'BH(I SHarrm Imii. ana
Iis8i0 p nv, LoganrpnrtM: a m.A!hioa.S-a m
Peoria SSa.ah taesriur . .n, Burlmvrr.i,
Iowa. H:05 a nr. Ket.ktllr 130 imb; QuInet kajVaii
1 :n:i.i..i - m i .11 . -
l.ni,isvillea:30 a m.Tune lluuia 14-7 r m !
aS a m, Cain. 4 140 p si, Panav4:o7 a Alton 80 a
m. Ht Louis :1 a m, Lafayette U:'j6 mid, tiprior
fieid. Ills ,7:0inr.-J rfi T:
Passengers b ttua-trainreATji St Louis fbe nexV
morning hours ahead and for points west
of St. Louis and' Keokuk eoe train in advance of
all ether routes.!! W.t .
K.Kll M. CBICAQpjAND Sf .'LOtJlS RX
iJmOXf rRhfcS (Suncays excepted). Arrives at
Piqua94 p m. Toleir.60 a m.lieimit.Ha m.
Bradford-Janetioa S:30 p m. Losanspnrt liOi n,
Chioao8.i0am. Indianapolis 2i6a m, Terre Haute
t-M a m, Vattoon S:I5 a m. Pane 110 a jr.. Alton
8-no p tn. St. Louia-AUAKn. uuLafarette T:45 a m.
bpnnefield. liJS.,4:'J5 p m. Quitioy IlKKIp m, keo
kuklOam. Louisvido 8.O0 a m. NaskTrlle :00 p
m, MemphialOKXla.jn. ......
tar Sleeping ears run in this train from Colnm
bus to Chicago and St. Louis withoutehangekiThis
is deoidedlr tbe tenttrarw- from rnli-mhna t f'hi-
eago, Sts Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
iim, vji.db a, 71,. uiuu ana ionisvnie v
nonra ahead and makas dirwet mnnMtiAn, f
all points West and South one train in adranoe of
any other route. ' ' " v.j u.
19 1ft A-,M- KIGHT EXPRESS, Dally, ria
IZ..J Indianannlia iWnnA-, ' w:.
Loraosport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:18 a
m. Logansport :40 a m. Chicago :J6 p a. Peoria
5:3Spm, Konkuk 10:4a m, lndianapolU 8d0am
Terra Haute 12:15 p m.Evamville 730 pm, Mattooa
3:16" pm. Cairo 4:15 a m, PaaaSMt pm, Alton SM v
m, St. I.oais 10:15 p m. Lafayette 3:10 p m. Loois
vi le 5.-00 p m, Nashville 5:00a m. Memphis 4:15 pro.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Louis S!4 hears and Chicago 6 hoars ahead of
any other route. ., ...
STATE ROOM SLEEPING CARS
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapoliai
e Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis. 3- Tiokets for sale at Union and Piqn Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offioes. . -. J.
. F. CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent,,
.. J. M. LUNT, General Superintendent. '
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
t
EXCEPT SUNDAY. ' '
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on th
Little Miami A Columbu 4k Xemlz
Kililroatla. , ' , -
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at l:lo
A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardinston, Gilead,
Gallon, Crestline, Shelbv, Sbilob. New London,
W'ellin. ton, Grafton ami Berea, arriving at Cleve
land a 1 65 A. M New York 7 .-co A. M. This train
leave? Sunday morninr. not Monday. . .--i
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5.-00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts from the Freight Y'ard.
NEW YOKK EXPP.c-SS-Xeaves Colnmbns at
11:10 A. M. VI ill stopat Delaware, Ashley.Carding
ton, Gaiion, Crestline. Hbelbi, New London. Wel
linKtot, Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at sac P. -M .. New York next day t S:30 P. il.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- LeaveaColumbusatVAO
P. M.. Will stop at Worthiigton, Lewis Onter,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiluh,
New London, Wellinrton, 4-irsfton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 0 P. M.. New York 7:i5 P.M.
1'asFeneen for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get rleeping ear at Crestline at
8:110 P M arrive in Fort Wavne at 1130 P. M.,
Ch caeo at 6:00 A. M."betnein advance of anoth
er rout-s, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODAT10N VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Cotwmtros at 3:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations betw een Columbus and Spring
field, arrivina at Delaware at 3:35 P. M., Hprinrfield
f 0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 7:00 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 25 A. AU; CoIujious
10:40 A.M. -
Patratt81epins Cars are ran on ai
, Aiglil Trains to Chicago,
Sew I'ork assd
RoKton.
" Baggsge checked throueh to New Y-ork and
Boston, via Cleveland ; .ilsa, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. '
t - - ? RETURNING t- -,
Niuht Express arrives at Columbus at 1U5 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl;
P. M.-, -r - ....
Mail Train arrives at Columhns at 9:'S F. M."1
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Colmmhns
at 10:40 a. M. ,
Fare as Low aa by any Otber Rente.
- Ask for Tickets via -Crestline or Cleveland.
. , E. S. FLINT. - I
' Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
- ' J i iAMES PTTERSON.
, Agent, Col umb s.Ohie.
Ccfcjmbus. Nov S3,-18. ; .. o
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
riPiTrj
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
!
On an ' after MONDAY.' Nov. I3d 1868, FOliB
t . TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, 'CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, EICHMOND, IU- "
- DIANAPOLIS ft CHICAGO. ,a -f
Withou change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MONO, and only one change of cars to IN '
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
. , Connections are reliable a4 follows
- ... FIRST. TRAIN CDail'y). '
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, axriviug a
Cincinnati at 70 a,
' ' SECOND TRAEt. --.so- H
' -i t-H (Daily except Sundays.) . -a
Leaves at C500 A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Kichmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
' West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. So) ma.
Cedarville,Xeuia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Fosters, livelnn , Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at .10:36 A. M., oonnectirg
with the Mail Boats.
' third' train;
.. (Daily except Sundays. ' ' "
leaves at IH5 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
' Sprirgficld, via Xenia, arriving at Uineuinati at
60 P.M. , h g :,!,...
. FOURTH TBAIN. t v
(Daily except Sundays.) .. fii
laves at 6 P. M.. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield via' London, stnpptnr at Alton, West
-Jefferson, London, South Charleston, -Selma-,
Ce arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
' riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M. . ;
Sleeping; Cars en all Klght Train.,
, HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent,
i - .W.B-JtLiiHlNN. Agonal
JOHN DTJRAND, 1 , . ,.
n-l ynn. nnt nrt I -
W. L. O'BMKN.
Cincinnati.
.... .5; Gerl Ticket Ar"t.
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
.0 (I
PANUAKPtli ROUTE.
On ana alter Deo. 18th, 1H6. trains wiB ran as
foliows: ,
Leave. N. Y. Express. . Mail Fast Line
Columbus. .....S:i5 A. M. '' 5 P. M. iwn A. M
Vawark 4:35 A. M. S.-35 P. AI. 1V-JHI P M
Steui envi'ile...:54 A.M. 9:45 P. M. 5:301". M.
Arrive at " " - '
Pittsburgh ....KM M. " 15-05 A. M. 7S0 P. M.
Harritbarg.... 10-JO Pi M. Wrf P. M. -j. 6:30 A.M
Pniladelp'.ia., 3?0 a, M. 4:111 P. M. 9-su A. Ml
New York.... l A. M. 70 P. M. isso P. M.
Baltimore . 2:30 A. M. : 6:20 P. M. 9:20 A. M
Washington... 5:15 A." M. 10 10 P. M. 12.-S5 H. M"
ISostoa 0;uo f. tut f.-OO A. 41. Ixwo r. M
I'earatsta'eroomsleepuigoarsonall nisht trains.
On lhe rest Line the ee ebrated "'silver Palace'
dav and niebt cars are run tbivush -fren-4;einmbus
to fhilanelpbia and Iew 1 ork without cna'ge.
n- P.csnt'erfl bv tbe 9t0A A . M . Sunda trai
arrive-in ew-jork at5 e'olook Monday uu,rmng,
an advantage never bi for obered ,,,
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: . Ger.T Ticket ag't. fcteul erviile. O.
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JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbus, O.
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T. ALLEN, Agent.
W'CPNTISITR THR COAL BD
NES at his present stand.
' --So. 135 iVorlh High afreet,
and will take orders in both CAHHRIDGK a
HOCKING CO A I,, which hois prepared to sell .
the lowest market price.
t Special attention paid to Shipping,
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