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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FROM PARIS.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
PARIS, December 7, 1868.
The,ju.mor& if Ministerial changes,
j,rs which were rife here some- months ago,
-tiiiiara again revived. It seema to be gen
. ' erally 'admitted that Mr.' Pinard, the
"Mfnister of the Interior, is hardly equal
to the duties of Grand Elector; superin
id) tending the elections in official phrase,
j: v:
ine of tbeost:impo"rUhr functions of
t u nu department, iie.wouia.De succeedea
by Mr. Bouher, who has -great skill in
these "matters, and whfi is not easily di
, t.Tted from-his purpose bjjthe scruples
that disturb weaker minds. He is aware
Loliof ::tba importanca of securing ian im
, posing majority in the approaching gen-
eral elections, and believes that no one
;0 :ba himself aa do so' 'MrEinard, who
is rather a favorite with the Emperor,
would not quit the Cabinet; he would 1
tac the poruoiiom justice Jttr. iiaroche,
iss the peeseat holder, retiring to some post
Where the duties are light, the dignity
, peat, and the; emoluments in propor-
:i Lj.sBeeideS Ida alleged incapacity to deal;
with elections It ia he who, ' by general"
belief; baa been the primary cause of the
? trouble the Government has got into for
the last twelve months. Dn the Tour
aV Utorti last year a number of persons
Ui- thought1 right to deposit garlands of
jjT Sowers on the tombs of Godfrey Savaig-l.o-stat
and MaaLa in the cemetery of Mout-
martre. The thing passed off quietly,
, and would have been forgotten had not
" " some persona been arrested for disregard ;
: af lh itojunctWns of the police.:) Next-
-'eaoM6 the- affair of the LanUrne. The
.writer, M-Rochefort, waa prosecuted for
What seemed to M. inard libellous and
i -xaeditiioaa langnageaad the-eonaequehce
: 1- traa that this weekly pamphlet became at
".'jl once popular!; the circulation rose at first
30,000, and again to 120,000. - Then
xioi iollowed thai Bandin affair, -which ' but
btiitha' f5cl6ua j Interference of : the
JfinUtry'" would 'have' been forgot
ten long i aince, ' and . " the prosecu
tion of the journals for publishing the
samea of the subscribers to the monu
ment of the matLwhose name had been
forjfdttao foril"tiyears. 'Aad as the se
tdl ftailt th Sandin affairrtheun wonted
. o4ispla3r'pf -the armed, force pnThnrsday
j.3n.2A8 gainst a; 'jdemonatration' which;
Dn the -parties interested, -declare had never1
eQi tat ft moment been ' thought otjl Besides
a there . are the conflictingj&dgments of
'the tribunals on the legality of the sub-'i-n
aeription lists, and the true meaning of
- in0OTVer in' thrinteriof.,r ? The in
Terpasition of MV Pinard contributed in
i ;a ereatV, inpasura to the-election tof ; M.
urevey in me o nra, wnica Jiaa given
1 ofrh- atngth' to" the"r6t;po8,itjon. ) In
. tamtb, ,ljiose wh would roost regret the
ijoatA'eMlf"?? 9lPf Mf. FUar4 firora Ua interior
are the "opposition; fer hi lha dene hia
best to lortifr ItTTFor all these reasons!
the rumor of his tranaferto aome oiAerM
-mipeet-in-ihe -vabiaetm-iiv indeed, he ,re-jtWaluramemberbf-ieima
fO beiet-
Jtvffounded-., ihanbeiorej' " ' J .'nin'st' not
.emSjstft' -nepjipu la( 'Jfrfaijiiattt
' again.; poken.;of ka :likely to takai the
place of Mda1 Maustier ia (he depart
' nient'of Foreign Affairs.'
It is fasted that under thn superintend-i-
g ianca tf IIriionsfridg-i,tb resident direct--',
or, the trade of Mount Cenis Summit Bait?
- fi . . . ,. . . . -V
. . way eoBtipqg-t tajflO' a marAea imjirovo
mentt, .-and-1 hat-aaocb-af -th anecessful
reat imiBfc be ascribed to tha exertions
of tha"irectoTs,, committee in ' Paris,
which is ably presided over bj. M, Bloiinti
the eminjeotibaaker in this cityt . I
The Markets—Spring Balances.
J-Ju-:!-eTery -one' who"has attended market
baa doubtless noticed the variations be
i , Aweetbtbe acalea used by-different deal-
ara, and doubtless suspected that he war
. being Tictimi-ied. Tbesacontrivances '
called the spring Tbalance,' so commonly
used 'mr markets, in sUHs, nd in gro
"" eeriea,werB never intended to give value
'; -recjDiTed; .itis only convenient to show
I t!.-((an approximation to the weight of he
j. substance . which is. attached to- the
- hook ; or . placed on : the 1 suspended
support Zf below. ' The' "spring , ' bal-
ance , 18 4 almost the ...only aoii ; of
- i -i apparatna that ia of more value to the
ewaer -the longer it is used.- This con
trivance doeaao. for the reason that ev
ery atrain on the tension of the sprine
. -causes it to bend a little easier than at
' "the previous time it was bent ; so that,)
admitting it furnished , a true index of
tl weight of an article when it was
saw, it is certain that it will not do so
after the lapse of a-fewQnonthsoi 4s
Nu. omj is IBS spring balance inaccurate
whenWmpare with the Jeyer balance,
but it is, after a little nse, inaccurate
yhia. compfcred With itself J ' that la,-. t
Jf -wi jm AaWA W B V vfc
the tenth pound on the scale than it did
the first, for the reason that Smaller
I Ui found art
.VWiltaoi-weiall tea- oarieVbenot4n
1 . f
watv. cnatkef -snaa buye ;iiaTBVp7l
outrage to sell it for from twenty to
tDjrt aeota perpenndras iadieatedrnD
aucb scales. MTh. ,ase ofhese balances
is a fraud on fair'deaHne that communi
ties should no longer tolerate. The Ca
nadian GoTeYnmetit has dreadr prohib-
eoneir nar in UXominien,
fTiaBtitiB .-r-. nmdir mom freauratlY
lTIi.F"IUU r weigoeaeparaejy wav
MISCELLANEOUS.
clark . at rani.iER's
- - -
m .a - - -
Christmas Exhibition
f 1NE 'AND TANCYiL FURS
t"0B Ii IDLES. GESTS' ABD C3LLDElf, -
Now
w iAiWMUoastj
i-4 '
No. 5 Neil House Blopk.
CLARK
& FARMER
Are ibowini (ho mart sttrsetira uiortmtnt of
fX L-1. f. L -t 1 i U. V U
CLARK &.rFARMER
Haro oa exhibition a iplandid aaaortment of Whit
and Black
ASTRACM -SKATIKG SETTS,
.-i'ii
& FARMER'S
AT CLARK
. r Hay ba found tha ' .
ELEGANT GREBE SEHS.
c 5jr;--n'''nf -wl w'l ?
CclTARK & FARMER'S
TboM Bost dalicate
.h'-.ow .IJ Ol 33i
: - '.j ;Ir-I
ERMINE SETTS,
-3- 'AdmirBdyaVery renonrof relnement. - :-
AT CLARK & FARMER'S
FUR 'FOOT MUlFFSj'
80 comfortable for tzaTalinc.
' li O'S .-. '
f ' lit
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P1VABS
Great Emporium for
BEAR. HUDSON BAT WOLF. FOX. AUSTRAL
IAN COOS. CAT. ALASKA. BUFFALO . .
AND PRAIRIK WOLF ROBES. '
LAP BLANKETS. AFA
UHANS. FOR GLOVES.
MUFFLERS. CAPS.
Ac.it A., Ao. -,4 V.f'i
dee-dtf i - - ' ' -
Emollient Cream.
THIS nEtlGfTTFTJITArDSSI.EOAWX
preparation.' introJnoedT laat-winter. harinc
raeoiTed 10 many fiattennc eommendaOott from
thoaa who naad it. induces the Dromieton to brine
it aaain bofore tha public -auurina them tbat it
taodt onri railed aa the beat ptoteotor of tbe ikin
acainat tba inolamenoy of tbe winter aeaaon. It
not only im parte w xna acin a aenoaie ireaonaaa
and beauty, bat also ooudaoee to iu health, parity
d presarTai ion. For healing abrasion; sjbap-
at inn. for neaung aoranona; ajDap
i'acf . Lips, or Roucbnen of tbe Skin,
J Li .J. . a. UA..ninH- n. K Mb.H
it has do eqaal, while it soothing qaalities and
delightinl traaranee render it a neoeeaary append
ants the toilet. Prepared only by MAkPLE A
R1TSON. tiiapensinf Vbemisu 10 Soath Hifh
Street, oiarooua, umo. , noTMiaoaawDi
BOOTS AND SHOES.
t. s. urasD. e. bobiobb
CHEAP. BQOTSAND-SHOESi
NEW ITXKM.
T8. SHEP4RD HATIIO FORMED
. a Dartnenhin with Q. HORIGER. for the
jTpoeoaf airyins;eTitbe Boot and Shoe trade At
NO. MS SOUTH HIGH 8TBEEr,
Would respectfully invite their, friends and the
puoite generally to can ana examine weir noe ana
well eeleeted stock of Ladies'. Gents'. M1(iesand
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day reeeiTed di
rest from tbe Aast. and whion tney are now ottering
tor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
Biastorins denanmentapeoial attention iaaiento
fi i." wCaSIOMiJtADB
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would reepeetfully solicit a share of pubhe
patronage. Please (ire us a call. No trouble to
show goods.
Remember tbe place : No. US South Eigh street.
BticrAtu; s aumtttti
Columbua. O. Sept. 11. 1868.
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CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
ZjHx. X ACHV CLERK'S OFFICSi
KjOi-VUMVB, U.. K OT. IB lBflB. )
Notice is hereby" .1 tbateeeeeiiinstiaTe hei
instituted in tbeiSjity 4maei ef -Oolumbus, for
making the following improvements, to wit :
J'or grading and parinc tbe ui-pared sidewalks,
gutters and eroasings on the west aide tof Washing
ton avenue from tbe north side of Hatten PJace to
tbe soatb side of Gay street.
Alao. for raparing High street from Perry street
ot the oorporatloB line.
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway of Puttie alley from rutn street to Sixth
triMtC-
1 he sameto be done (a Beoordanee with tbepfaU
and estimates to be prepared by tha City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk-
All persons claiming aamagas on aocount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims ia tbe ofiioo of .the Clerk, in writing, on or
peiqTojiae r iraa r vx awuw 7. a. ir. ,ov; -L.
K. WILSON,
aoria-dltawew City Clerk
Paving Notice.
.
7a all teAom ss mav Cbnasm s ' - '
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CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I
CoLCMBna. O.. Nv. 13. llisfl I
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Counoil of Coiumbus, for
For grading and paving tha anpared eidewalks,
n , tar. ftn.l Arnasinsra OB the West Bide if th. w .
cant ground west of the market house, and for pa
ving the balance of said vacant ground with Nioul
sun pavement from Town street to Rich street.
Also, lor laying a double row of flag crossing
aoroas venter auey on iuv ww u opnog
Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
Center alley at the south side of Long street.
Tbe same to be done in accordance with Pl .
estimates j o proy-iv. w
a ai-A ih.nffiMnf tha Citv Clerk.
unit Muuiwi.i.."" . . ,
All persons claiming damages on account ef aid
proposed imarovemenU, are required to file their
claims ia the officio of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
before tbe tignui uay 01 jauoary,
L. Si. WILaUM
BOvaS-dltawtw - Cite- Clerk
rooa
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Tbe attantioa tba Boalnaaf Pnblie eallad to
the raparior faaiUUea of thii tsUbUibniant.
:a'-. WoaaTa iaaonttant ui .
Elqventeam -Power. Pf esses
l-o
BEST AND
LATEST KINDS
And oar abilltyjto cot out wont promptly ia ';
urpawad in tha Wait. We haro lately ;
LABGG TARIE1 "i Ui" !
P BIN flf G:f Y PES,
And wa foal confident to tatirfy all who nay aiva
rmaeall. Oar laraa f ontrof typa anabl na 1.
BOOK rKliWIfVGj
ol;ii;Jj si I-oA
Oft
a tha moat prompt and exaallent manner, and we
call the attention of thoaa wan ting anytiUna -
-r a. finthia inetothe g.
SPECIMENS
That we have executed in fb past year.
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i
JOB- FEINTING
The repntation of this House for floe Job Printing
it well known to the business oommumty.
' Employing, as we do, none but the
Best n of -r Workmen.
ifOij imiki in
And having a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
styles:
OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
m
ALL KINDS OF
1 S w
Mercantile,! '
Railroad.
Bank andJcoU
. Commercial
" Printing,
:ftOt1
Bill Heads,'t Cards, i
'i.''iJS.i-iJ i y. JaS
Circulars, , f Letter, Beads,
Blanks of aii kinds Checks, 7 ;
Drafts, ive., &c.
. IN FACT.
EVERY KIM OrW FBISTISG
Needed by the business public
fin
Ui;
We also keep oa hand a larger stock of :
PAPERS OF-UUKIHDS
Than any other Printing Boose ia the city such
Saiper Roywle
Deaay,
NIeallailaaa
Cro-avaa Cap,
Ietteramd -
sr
Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as
do, directly from the manufacturer, we ara
enabled to do our work at eorrespond-
ingly low rates. Wo are Sole
Agents for the
CTOKATEI PAPEBS r OF
1U V -
FlIiA.TNB.& PORTER
eW es-eV'sa. Ca -st Sw
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
auuiufaotured by us. We ara preoared to .
fill all orders for
39ar
OmibsIx Booka
And aH fands'of Wank Books now ia use. These
ooks are all dona in the best style of paper, ml
ing and binding, and we challenge competition
this line.
GIVE tJ: A2G A. -Li X
NEVINS & MYERS,
, S8 fc 410 IVoinlC'BIsIt fStroat,
. , 'OOWMBUSA j
S
tv.y:n...
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ifsJIu'
,
as
tAPER-WAREHOUSES. '
PAPER - V7AREII0USE.
i
Taa attaatioa of taa Trado U eaUad to tba upml-
via esTAjra.nzI a.-isnMHiCI Taol". .0 ..
!. -... ...! - Jaatraooivad !ndr atJa'ay:! 1
.').': !jan -s s'i:u!iii:ivl .1(1" rtllw 'i.iiil-
brtu
'J, iUO
NlVINSlltGRS
-il't!I etj!jHiiA:jH i,- aeT A
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se as o HOttTu
IGH ST.i '' b
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-f .'a s'fl-jw ,-ti ..-) t-"i .'in: :
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lo yi I". " .nyo !!i:t a "i.j
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W) Tim oj
fc Oarttookoompriaata fall line of 1 1
la.lii :iT 'I(..l.t II j
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J Ol II V-fi U '';fJ':i-H 1'- .-Hl?' '
j'.'in'j'j
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Colored arid
lit f-UU... -.1 , 1,.:
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-,' :,r! (Print1 Papers.
.", iv;:.'ggSli.'; even ;iii: 1
i.t:-- -1 i-t -!iu;-..1( fj il'il!) t
1 ..1
?';WbaveBfullstoekof 'i'3-.1! . 1
ENVELOPES,
,1 -..ii
' 1
; 1 t -ji ;:j i.i ' i ,' :uh X' 11, '1 "'Z '.-ij j ...."
Of all siiea and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates. - 1
ovi stock or I
o
J3
ll'ji:
Vji;'!i:f '
Is unsurpassed in the oity.lnoluding , .
Vi,- - 1
n pi 1 n'm 1 nAinm
7 '!i")C
COLORED of ail kinds
iC7
And BLANK. "'H
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GIYB US A O A J-s E
iiiiija - .r'l ,iv!a-Jii: .;.! ...a .!':.! , ic'
ff 0 i)t ,7-( J.-:a ii! i"i ' " 1 sill fi vjtiQ , ,
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BANKERS. -,''
Ps .Vf. HUNTINGTON & ,C0
a.w k e r s '
Corner Broad & High Sta
COLUMBUS, OHIO. :
febS-dly ''"' '-a ' '
P. EATPSM. , J08. BUTCHX80K. ;
W.B. BAri
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
,-. r.- - . . ' .. . 1 ' -. ; 1 :
V. NO. IS 8. IIICsII STREET,
lanM-dly-r .. : CalBmbas, O.
:i
NEW YORK.
REEVES'
AMBROSIA
; . - ' 1 t.. 1
FOR
THE -HAIR.
Improved I :
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curt beautifully.. i
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy." ' j
'"it invigorates the Roots of the Hair.",'! .
It forces the Hair and Beard lo grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Bair Falling Oak - j v. ,
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Aga.
It restores Grey Hair to iu- Original Color. j
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
t is composed entirely ef simple and purely veget-
1-':'i ; ble substances. ' '
It has received over six thousand voluntary test!
mociaU of its excellence, many . . which are from
5j ' physicians in high standing, ui'
. ' It Is told in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), br jDruggists and Dealers in Fancy
. Goods everywhere, at 6 ne Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Damns Barnes A Co.; F. G-. Wells A Co.;
Sohieffislin A Co., New York. Csonirr-mchaT-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO.,
, :- GENERAL NEWSPAPER -. 1 -
Advertising Agents.
' 133 naaaan street new yorai
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
our agency, uur raoiiities wiin ail tne first elaas
daily papers in the eoantry are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and 00 n
ditions whioh cannot fail to give superior induce
ments. . We also send advertisements to all Cuban
BLd South American papers, with whom we bare
axolusive contracts We are tha onlv bouse doing
a ciraiiisri aii v x.miamu auoiii&a.,
We oan. by special permission, refer to '
Mr. H.T. Hblmbuij, Druggist, AM Broadway,
Haw To k.
Messrs. H. R. TANSrsaa & Co.. 108 Greenwich
. street, New York.
' Messrs. Hall A RuCHL, SIS Greenwich street,
New York. -
- Messrs. Q Bbcck's Son A Co.. Type Founders, 13
lyoimiwri atreet.
Meaara. Pa ALON A Son. New York. '
ileasra. 1'hslon A CoLLKNncR, New York..
' Messrs. Takrant A Co., New York.
Messrs. Chickbkjko A Son, New York. ,
Messrs. Radwat A Co., New York.
oot20-eod3ra .. -i !-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
. L IMPORTERS AND TEALXKS IX Z
W A TO HE S
JtWELRlV
! clocks, ' -' '" ; ' ,
PLATED WARE,'
CANES, SPECTACLES,
', COTsUEsstT,... ) -?. i .-i-TVO;
1 : 3.0Eb PEIS, " .
POCKanTT-BOOKS tamd , .
. .OPERA GLASSES
'-'"'. 'DT "ENDLESS TARIETY.t4.1, . : .
' ' Keep ebnstantly oa hand a large assortment of
SsthTbemai aBl WaterbaryClocke
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade, Also. Agent
for the
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
. es (French and Geneva) ia full supply at
low rates.
mr All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
'WmnteedV F.A.L.LKSy.-KRF.CXT '
febla-eedly No. 71 Bouth Hiab St., tulajibus.
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250 AND 252
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SOUTH HIGH STREET,
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ARK NOW OPENING THEIR
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WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
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PANCT :MY (iOODS!
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GOODS.
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
i'viJu'eSI'StTl-'
RAILROAD.
jua! nb 'In ?;n(U '' '" " : '' '.'
" 1 aeiil
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1
Wsareay'arvmlsia !, OeIxai ana rTJalaai
toeitUrr--,(ra fcxeayMSJ-,
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'''.6'7I'' at'?,iluritrfa Vvooood I ' ' i
3:63''7iL
anasvUl
1 anesvUlS at i Allj Bellaire at 1049 A. M .
. taltimore at (UMJu JUU: Waahington Gits a B:0
J t:0 A. M.LIOHTNING EXPRES8-i rrlvinf
' t Zanesville St 1:47 P. M: Bellaire at til P- M ;
ijbi nmoraat eiuoA- AM 1 w asmngtna vity at IMS
.L'iV-tioo-t boa bin liloO ."ii-isflio itio .rfD
1 1 at fa Pi ML IXPKRSS MATTi, arrtvin si Zsme
illt at e;M P, M.; Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.i tialtimori
j iM P. M.j Washington City at SM P. M.1 -
-f;''l 10 Ju 3ij jini ..in nili-ji4 ;
nL Cloee oasmeetlens madeaCMaltimora aod Wash
k iscton wUh trains Sot fhiladalphia and New York.
t Passengeri holding through , tickets to Eastarq
eltles hate the privilege of "
filll lllf! -:'l.'1. r V'l-lflG
iMlln? 1. waKblfiP-fAii 1 1 Hr Fpp.
O ' O w-.j
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No Change of Cars atOhio River
J .. a lo Jut . 1 . 1 na i' -"'Bj
BLEfcPIN'OCARS -ON'ALL'NTGHT
U Hlft
1 THA.nra
itii
il 1-iit 111 ,2l!t'-.1 sa. "'
r-m.- :;!:: l. oU ..-n ; noil ; .Jo-
Aak for TICKETS via BELLAIRE
' "LNo' t'WlLSON, "-Master oTraiorratioa
i jr.-jj. m. ublhi. uenerai 1 icbbi Aen. . i
JNO. W. BROWN. en'l aasenror Aar.
MEDICAL
TT
- . Vka fiMwl MaabilM Sk'l. Bill
:j ' -itwllliaat llkll.iiry kind or w
, y ,, als;bUy ereipatoai er the awec,: i
, or Itehlsta. t IrrltaUlaa. or t :
I-. -,; mtaaeou - n :
.s,i T-.il j " aMaeaew asi ataiy a V i 1'
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1
' Tl hfta HMrrfl relieved m of eenttiMnn im.
i' ' (foau rtwW f rm now tooting (jnUe lilte a aim," writes' ' 1
r , vuarien s.. nouie. uenerai Agenii OS Sllca. Ventral .
' i R. R., 173 Broadway, N. T. - -
;- We And U an tety-fMnht, nriarrlV for Tetter, fci
write Higler Broe., Bruggista, Fairfield, Iowa.
" harm tried your 'valuable remetly for Barber's
, IIA Kith treat mucoi" writea 0. W. Ilomont. of
Leominster, Mass. 1
'' Send for' circular . PrlceV7S cts. and SI .00.
. 1 Prepared only br m' gOLOJf PALMER, " ,
1 as West Fourth 8tnet, ClnciiiBati, 0- !
ror sale bj cruggiata generally. ,j -r.' .; j -
Septll-deodAwly , - , , , : .
' " ;; '- '' ' -
PHILOSOt-HT OF M ARK1AGK a Nnr
CorR8 op Lictukbh, as delivered at the lew
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tbe sub
iects: How to live and what to live lor; Yooth,
Maturity and Old Ate; Manhood general y review
ed r The caaaa of indiaeetlon. flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage pLUosoph
ioally considered, Ao.
rooKes volume oontaimng tnese lectures will ne
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeoiptof
; four stamps, br addressing BKCBETARY, Kaw
YOSK VrjBtM OF AsIATOHT AND SCIKNCB. 818
ISBOADWAV BFV X ORE.
VKT-feb88-dl .
BOOK ' BINDERIES. J,
V', , 1 000,000 ,
books wamerjor, bixdm.
1have:;youSL:.
A BY ROOKS. !IA3ZINbSS.. SHEET
il MUSIC Ac. Ac, that you wish to have
bound in a Dice firm binding. proWDtlT. at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tbe city hy giving notice through posteffioe, or at
tua : j - . I V -l , -.'-'....;..-.- -1
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
BLANK BOOK MANUFAOTOEY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State.. w.. . . ...... . -r - r 1
Kooms 34, 36. 38 Nortat Hlch Street.
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', aad Statesmaa
: cteam rnnung umces.)
BLANK KUUKi . , -, . - . , , -.; ,
.,. bla3u books:;.
, B1VANK BOOKS !
Of every deseriptirin and qoality, from the hirhest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled end bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship.
. at the lowest prices. - ,. -. s -
... rnm I '. nffi . Tl-nlr. u.Mi..n.
and all Offieer raoninnr MOfkhlAR KI.ANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per-
VU.I BIWUIIUU.
k ear patronage respeotfully solicited.: ' -'
. N. W- LEFATOB,.',
oct3-deod8m . t . Proprietor.
SIB BERT & LILLET,
Blank Book ': ETaDufacturers,
: PRINTERS, BINDERSJkND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK.; BOOEM 1 a
o every description, with or without printed HeadV
1 .. - ... lags, lor -COUNTY
OFFICERS, BBRCHANTS, MANFPACTUUaS
BANIIK8, BAlLaOAB COaFANlBS. AO.
' MS" Full sets of Books made ot short notice.
warraotea ui give pejieoi ssHsiacxion.
OPERA HOUSE, BUILDINC,
; aprll eouly . .. , ' COLCilBUS. omo.
CLOTHING.'
" CLOTHING) -i 1
CUSTOM: AND READY-MADE!
1 -t. --
...,,-,1
I ' . . THE OHIO ,1 . -I
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
-r . SO. 185 OJPSBA SOVSS BLOCK,
.-i"- :'i Celumbut, Oblo.
.1 ' a-. 1 1 .-ii-,i yi i "'i . ;
;.. a icpkrbev irreoK i clothsi
.. A Cassimeres, Overcoating and Veetings. both
Foreign and nomas tic tor rail ana TV inter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION ;
Will always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of the saoda. We s ail spare
no pains in producing; tne most elegant and lash,
ionable garments to be found any whaie. 1
, .-v.d - it .: - i-.'4fciJ:auIljBC
- BEADY-MADE CLOTBlNfl "a
. . . 7 . . - a
Of which a great part is maeufaotured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en-oarsherves, in all the varieties
01 tne season, at vary low prices. ' :
.' GENTS,'.' FUBSlmiNG GOODS L
In full Unas, always kept on hand.. !; ' '
, . HENKV MfclSr,. Superintendent.
, 9. . -I'-i JOHN RICH Treasurer. -
v. G. PbRXS, Foreman. ,.(., 1 j..
' OorM-deodSm . '.',.' . I
FALL AND WINTER 1 GOODS,
' HUNTER'S :
Clothing fimporinm,
No. 220 South High St.,
COHIH1BIJS, OHIO.'
I HAVE Jl'SX BECE1T8P J3T-,,B
largest and finest stook of Fall aad Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting ol .
French,
. , llln trliieli and -r ,
JDoraaestio CTlotlia,, -..-)'
Cas simerct, teo
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh I wUl tell at the low.
eat Cash prices. - ' . ; t , - , ' ,
Also keep constantly ea hand a wall (elected
1 stock of .. '"-" '"'-
; READY MADE CLOTHING.
- - - 1 -' JOHN HUNTER,
' : juWly ' ' .. ' ae South Hiah stree.
yf .GROCERS.
j,Mt!0LM,"u HllES; r& J M'DOMLDS;
, l, NO. MA & M SOUTH HIGH STREET 1 eX
r .i -Gr 0C E IX , i.i .,
PROPRIETORS COi.ClrlBUa PaVt
Dr R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
hazard Powder Companj's Powder. Agent for
the sale of
GARDNER, FH1PPS' A CO.'S -Celebrated
Sssjfar Cured v llama.
and dealers in ...
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
- GROCERIES
In all their varietias,. Imported Win. Brandiei
Cigars, ete. lull-eedly
.
J
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
flej J-laslttrl2 reria
i-aj juuii
The Shortest. Botrtw West No Change of Cars
'CTirrjab. 'ICar,Va-i3 IiiiniillL
FOUR TBA155-DA1I-T leave Unfo'a 'Depot.
. . a. , . -f" ! aui
.T a
it Duiines. airrrit.a- " :v
of any other toutaT "
1:15-
P Mi Mill, 4MB PvnnTA- p-rPDvaa
Junction4- p ml Richmond e7m,,fS
lisaep as , Baagansport Mate p-nr,- vaesan-ooaai
s-svaaarsexceo-edi. & ; 1
Jr-eona era,m. uaeaDura y-00 aro, Barlin-rtoa
lows. U-0a mTKeokak MieVm. WiBeYl'aij b
LouisTilletd. sai larvs Haute 117 n m it..:
IS'aavt-aireA;!) f maii-(rtB-wrAlton8oi
m
field
vPassenge-M b this train reach St. Louis he next
morninc boa-re a-ttaeaa and for nntm. w..
of St. Louis and KeDkn k one train ia advance of
allathersoutewria-'. .jAwoaaal
Tr.XV;p- CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EX-U-JV
PRESS (Sundays excepted). Arrives at
IiquaS-uspia.Toleee-6-9eAi m,Aietralt 8:10a m,
Bradford Jnnotioa SJQ n m, Losansport IMia,
Chioaao 8-roa m. fndianapolis ins m, Terre iJauta
f JO a m. Mattuune-iea Pana 11-00 a m. Alton
S-'OS P r,. tjt. 'Lonia t sa. Lfa,etU lis,..
ppnnsneia. juis.,:v p m. W
iu in a m,-
Louievillw B-Ou a u. siaaii.ill. B-oa a
m Memphis M-eo ,m. n iii 9 t Hi v r
earn ui.uH:..- n- . ' - .
-. .-ira.H"a u.ia run iu uia ftraio irom lyOlura-
hus td Chicago and Kt. Lsuis without ohanaw. This
is decidedly the best train fron Colrmbusto Chi
eago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and a-riveeat Kt. Lea io arid Leuisville 9
ssoBire BKaaaiBdaBakea direct ooanactiona fur
ail peiots West and SoapLPne train ia advance of
any other route. ' " - ' - '
1 ) ifl f '-I1-' NIHT EXPRESS. aily via
-Indianapolis (Mondaya exoapted). via
Lof ansport. Arrives at Bradford Sanction 4:1S a
m Logan sport SHB am. ;hica so S p id. Peoria
54 p m, tweekuk 145 p m, Indianapolis 8-SAam.
Terre Haute 13:15 o m.Evansvilla til,. Im ... .
iS:iapm.Cairo4tl5am,Paaaa.-00pm. Alton 9)0 p
ui, ui.wi'.tii p iu. jiajatie a:iw p m. iouia
vi le 5-30 p m, Nashville SMis, Memphis Ails p m.
Passengers by teas tiain arrive the same day at
Bt, Louis SS hours and Chicago hour ahead of
any other route. '
stA.te boom siEPEia Cars
Ron iu this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
A3 Call for Tickets vie Losananort or Indiau-
iapoM...-, - 1 -v.-ji 1 , , 1. ' , .
oar- 1 waets I or sale at u nion and nqu. Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal ni. Ticket
Omoee. - . . - t -
F: CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
11 .,iaB-hu. aaand ater JCoyavW.as
V rj - . , , ' ' foIloWS " "
8:00 5-"MsLTbtEDf iNryTffiTRTjlT EX
S -JsiftLS88 oi" exoepti, Arrive.
f mt'lj' mUrbB 10:10 BenefonUine
"'- "oeapir.Xo, Toledo and D
ar
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
Zl-rB Trainsi ' SaWllp-.
' ic'suO -EXCEPT SUNDAY. "kmI
From Columbua, in oonnection with Trains on the
LtttfaBUaaal & Colnnabsu ate Xeatla
i io .'.-t t sau-.l BaJlroada. J;i!,f.11.
!
WNf(IHT'tXPRESS-Leaves Columbas t 1:10
A. M. r Will stop at Delaware, Cardinrton, Gilead.
Galion, Crestline, Shelby. Sbiloh Sew London,
Weilins ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at -Cleveland
aie5 A. M..New York 7K A. Ms This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. -
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION? Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way station,. This
train starts from tte Freight Yard. .
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leave Columbus at
11:10 A.M. U ill stop at Delaware.Ashlej.Cardinr
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wel
lington. Grafton and Beree. Arrives at Cleveland
at 35f P. M., New York next day at 3:30 P..M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at:0
P. M. - Will stop at Worthington. Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellinaton, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 8:60 P. M.New York J:i P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ina this braia. will get sleeping car at Crestline at
6:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11 0 P. M..
Ch eago at 6:00 A . M.. being in advance of all oth
er rout-s, have ample time for breakfast, and take
Hie earliest train for the West - . . r
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION Tl A DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at Ids P Ui Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivinc at Delaware at 3::i5 P. M., Springfield
tM P. M. This train leave Springfield at 0 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at tdS A. M.; Columbus
10:40 A.M. - " ' -
Pai trait SlMpiBcr Ccira are ratsi oh sal
Nigrlst Tralai to Chi eago,
Wew Torlc samd
'' sit BasnMBwu .;
aar Bsaage cheeked throoga-to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; alse, to Philadelphia and
Sew York, Via Crestline. ..........
, - RETURNING t
Night Express arrives atColumbni at 1:15 A. M.
Cincinnati Expraas arrive at Columbus all:
Mail Train arrives at Coiumbus at S4S P, ii.
. Springfield A ooommodatioa arrive at Colamboi
at 10.-4U A.M.. . .
p'aire sta Uw aia y aut'r Otber Baiataa
i Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
,i it .--; B. S, FLINT. : - - -
Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio.
..:-. -., . JAMES PATTERSON.
Agent, Columb.a.Ohie.
. Columbus, Nov. JS, 18 ,ii ; , i ,...:'
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
-a J I-!5 S5 s;i-d 1 . i'l HlKKia J J Job r
Oa aa ; after MONDAY. Nov. m.-lBBS, FOLB
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave. Columbas
FOR CINCINNATI7X0UISYILLK, CAIRO,' ST.
:. ,'' LOUIS.DATTONj AICHMOND.TS
" " ' ' DIANAPOLH'i 'CHICAGO. "
Withou chang of ears to DAYTON and RICH
- ' MOND, and only on change of car to IN
kv j. i.D.IANAPOLlw ane CHICAGO. .ta
:V.JJ ConnaoBAare'Tnabla follows-i
FIRST TRAlN(DaiiyW; 1
Levesr'at'' 2 VA. V. tor Cfncinnatf. Cirelevill
1 Lancaster. HUluboro and ChiUiootha; steps at Lon
don, Xania. Morrow, and Lovelaadi, arriving a
Cincinnati at a- m. - " J '
. SECOND TBAIN J
'. .' (Daily except Sundays J '
Leaves at 5SOO A. M.- for' Cincinnati," Dayton
I Kiehmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, aad stops at
Wast Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma.
. Cedarville-Xema, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South -Lebanon, Fosters.- Loveiaa-atilford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 1026 A. M4 oocnectir..
with th Mail Boat. T '.'"" -
' ' ' ' - THIRD TRAIN.'d 1 ''''
,1'w '(Daily xeepf Sundays J X:
leaves St t:4 P M for -Cincinnati, Dayton aad
Sprirgfield. via Xenia. arriving at Cineianati at
JO P.M. . , , .
" '' " ' ' ' FOURTH TRAIN.. " : . ' ,
(Daily except Sundays.) . ,
leaves at 6 P. M." for Cincinnati.' Dayton and
h tipringfieid via London, stopping at Alten. West
Jenerson, Loudon. - Doutn t.naneston, .selma?
'Cederviile1.' Xenia. Morrow and Loveiaad, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at lfcaa P. M. Si
Sleeplna' Cstrw o' all:rtla;iit Trmiae,
t n Ki-' 9--' :' vl'iiic:.:-! !liiv. A
, HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent.
..1 -i-. WW. HTH. SH1NN. Agent, '
JUHS UUKAND, -
. wop 1 iicsoiArt,;.
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
i'.l
1AJ HA"tB BSIITE,
On ami attar Pee..
18th. 18S8. train WiU tun
iouow. rt . ...:tJ
Leara. a, X.fcxpres. , Mail Fast Line.
Colnmbusn...S:ISA. M. - SKK P. It., 11SSA. M
Newark 4:35 A. M. '136 P. if. " 1 30 P. M.
Steubenvine.. .s-.M A. M. arts P. M. J t P. M.
Arrive at ' .-" . l
Pittaburgh..'..l ot m' ' is Al'M-' '-TfJO P. M.
Hairisbarg....l0J0 P. M. UMP.H. ' 6 JO A.M.
Philadelphia.. SAX) a. M. :4:10 P.M.-. IMA.ili
New York.... S:I5 A. M. 7.-06 P. M. ' 19.90 V M.
Baltimore. ..;ao ATM. him P. M. 940 A. M
Washington.... :1S A. M. 10 10 p. M. : 1 P. M
Boatoa. ....... o.-OO P.M., S.AA.M. lijOfl-P. M.
"E'eiraot state room sleeping ears on all night train.
Ob the rast Line the eelebrated "Silver Palace'
day and aichtear arerua Uiroagh from Celumba
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
Aar- Passengers by tbe ) A.M.- -Sunday train
arrive ia New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
aa advantage never before offered. J ' i
Jfti ,1 - 'L'!-1 IV' ' j. a". 8CTJLL.
GenT TTicket Ag't, BteubenvilleTO.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent, Steubenville. O-
, JOHN B. PETERiAVar S,0";
Biunelo-dly
s .1
: 1, ,
nib
a 1-oCQAIa,oH
it- ),:i.-.i' y T'-'' jty
. T. ALLEN, Agent.
WIliliCOrtTlNrE THE COAL BTJ
NBS8 at his present stand.
' No. 133 North nigh atrecta
and will take orders in both CAMBRTTHiK a
HOCKING COAL, whieb ha is prepared tesell a
the lowest market price. , .
fcaaF" Special attention paid to Shipping.
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