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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
sTBBowtog ue arrival am
id departure of train ai Oo
moms, unto., Mu an
id after Monday, or.
trains will ma aa followe
CUralaBa.Calaaku Ar. Clatl It
lbavs. aaaivs
TIT.TlWaUni Express.. 1:10 A.M. 1:45 A.Mf
filiew Vera aiapreea.... ....-11:10 A. M. - 10 p. M.
tail end " ipcw...i.v... 1 P. M. MS P. M.
pringfiei 1 Ae.om.via Del- :S0 P. M. 10:4 A. M.
a. 1 Accommodation ....... 5:00 A. M. ' 7.45 P.M.
T "TWi.rlBlaaTa Snnday wornint not Mondayi
i . - , ii . io riintwuii Aran.
Little niawatsVCelanabaeAt XenlaM.M.
J..I i ... .... c .......... .. wmk-n- iianiii
inmrf j
JTMltKxvraMa.v. A :..... 9:0 A. M.
t0 A. Ml
utnainaatt JwaasuaoMUoa. 3u a. m.
:38 H.
A,xprt-..,,..... ..,,.,... -IMS P.M. 11:0" A. M
Kxprau. ...... ............ i.-ue r. w.
t. . . ....... .VV X . I..W
'W. IT. H. Sum.' A iron
feel l sate re Otate Kallroata, Central
iiAi .,'i,iiltMHnriM,
ii . -oi.,d -.:!;. lsatb, aaaiva.
yfrtf Express.. S3S A. M. 18:10 A. M
Ixpress Mail. :15 P. M.- 'M30 P. Mj
v . 4 . ., a. JJ. Kxrra, Agent.
CalBMkaai Cklc mm tajveUtuea Ce-
JAD9..S.O . Lliva. i AKBITI
Night Express.. .V.1M0A. M- ' M A. M.
Toledo Kxprest .Trw A. M. J5 r. m.i
Taankbmu.ui.ftSit f . JLHM F. M.i
-.aaalaeky., Waflal Ac Newark. ft.R".;
cimiaaiaara Newark aad arrive ea foUw j
SttlS Jf III :3 'Silt.', llMi. AUHIfli
Ew Bxpeata ''luaC.'J.vJ.ii a-aSAl M,! M0 A. M.
freigat aa Aeeemmodattoa 75 A.M. 1:30 P. a.
llaii aod Aiptaai .lsas P. M. 8.15 P. Ja.
r.TT iTT-ny-nrr. . i. A.W.UHia.Aant. ,
rtttaattyfcl.; Claelaaatt jt t. , Lenls
lo MaUlaaar
mw ioti capraaa....
gaprail 1:1S A. M,
UKMMidH
.'lija i
A.M.
6:5 r. AU
Mail aad Exanaa J.J...JJtM P M ' . 11-46 P. M.
llr6
Iaaoiaon Aooommodation 6KW A.M. i'M J. li.
. AW YorkKaMaaaaaBdailv.
-All atkfctauiM
-Daaaiao Aoaommodatnm 'aiarti"'fram 'IValshl
.7'!Yh i irroi- JoMirrBj. Pktkbb, AgeafcX
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-.! ni asa-.iiU.-io . i.: i1: - -'' j:- -
J . . . ABBlTBi.,. OlOBI. :
lactam TTrrnt1i Mlli. A- M. J". JC M. r. J(
iTia 8taobanilla and ''-- ... , .
8tbanilla and'
f atrn Wa Maila, p,
Harik waii,' Via F"C W'.' 4
. u. u. v;. u. K.
:i.i J L...'ijT6-
Clueaw
Clucao,TiaC,i',Ai O.'! a. 'ma -.
11. 10.H.ll...:.JL. ; 11 KM ....r. AJB
Iiittla Miaaai B.B.;W.t.- i Ida. ll-ja ...S.
C O. k., ft.. Nawark, . , , a ' i' ':
fanesTina k WbeeUni; " J.. M-JO 1:00 .730,
e-,ffT.....-..:. 1 .... 13:30 '730 ...i.
C- Pi A Wlbraask and '
Wajr ..Bj.. .iv... i.sO U.- t
CirolaTnia,hiUieoaia ., . ... .
Portamoath . .... ' VHMI .... 140
raaoartaT. lZ...;"-V.v.-MI ..... 'M0
Eaat var.lNatioiial Soad.i MfcM : .. HU
k varaoa waj.Waitar. .-: .,::.:( : ii. -.y
Horth Columba and Clitt- - ' . 1
. . ..1A.M .'. ..
WaehinoaC.iij.TiaHar-V, y ,: u,i-i :4
iiiii.M .
rnva , mot days . YV ao:
aavi7i, KiciT, aad
iff
7 fad. 8atordayn..i,,,, niTjn:i!'
Cpntra Villaira. i
t.) TaaadaTf.1
.antra Viilaira. (tn-woek-) - . , - .
i,,)Taalayt.Tharada7f B.i1I,'.iiv;a
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Postoffice,
December 30, 1868.
'ifcra vroi mi J.. . - t-to. . ;i i'-'Jl
r .jj i . ' J vv:- ' ''''
Aadrewf Alex . imlin E M i Andrewt J M
Aeimon Jobn Allan MelUn ArmitrongMraM i
AlkiraRC Allen Wm. ., , .,. '-
.0"19 101 - j iB - f 2A it"' I V1,
BkaofWw iBanoekV 'K' Waca HisrAlfca
BowleeMiajAnna Bateman Al BnltariUld 6 W "
Barot Miaa K , Barbae Mra K A BeddntaaFraocia
Banney Hatel Ueaoh henrj 1) Barkar J C . i
Bannier Jamea .Bnntes J J J Black Lan x
Batcher Aatbaxvfbaker Bam J Bert Url 8 E 1 1
BealaMraSA, KaxS ) . I .TnBtokanajt-W E
BroaaMra Wat .xt.ic. hnH Jfi: ', ! -'H
Craf B ;tf J4,""lH tajtok-Edwaxd CTaVi idwaril' B :
Cochran Mrs E Carney Hard CaUaban MiasHA
Cameras JO' CornsH Miza M Cruaby Penney,
CajraMreraiaUaGookKob.; u Carpaaiar W M I
DaranpoTt Ed P Doneliarty MiasFitaalteoB Gea Ji
I)odiro Harnmi DoramuiiJJi Davit Key H
DaanJJJ,. aDrden JonXi,W:iVJ
JTIJn5UarTietlUott Jenma tddyjno
Htm Jno , k.toa i. vx n
j W a. ., WwaidtiliMMJ
X IOI bibb jm r J uow - . i iaio mm j .
yUbarJue Freeman MissL-CFerrnsonMrsSIS
Fookaa Matilda adder Miaa St . l UiDoxn Kicb
-.iri raii3 ''HW
OrtaMBD.r Godaok D 0 j ., , tOoioraJao H I
Jof?.yi. "l)0 tX ' E Ii V-i & J5 Of :
Hairr Mln Anna HannlSi!rEstfFairlrf teamed ''' 1
Hibbard J a crarper Jetmia Horaar'Jas ' 1 I
ri alma Joan
a Uolmaa Mary O JUoatMaciiii.
Baurher Kate
nanaeraon rrea riau a u
Harp T boa
Hanaera Wnvn
Ua&aaiiOtf .j
Baddleton tine Hollar Wm -,
Huabea Wm U Hoffman tiaraa 1 '
:i' rV-'i -'V
. ... J v t - ' : . t r
ohnt Hiram Janeway Haa'bM .
JeokineJaa , Jobnton-JlohnOt) Jeff era aira JjenuV
JaftnaaHualtall- i 1 T7lr ',
Karaadr Mia. AbKeep Mrt HarUeKaanJM-1 ' 1
XaQtilkiaarjJUmp Maiari King W u:ii"l
liOtai Mra Ada Longb. MisaLia Ljdy Brt Liuia
LauGeo W . ,LiMi? JH .
MoaribtaS rtV- MyeraiGnsta f MooraXp" "! V
M yen Joe MartiaOP, JUaaon Win H
Miner MUaJn&M I W' i :-. : ..i.i'i
jMsFarlin M tstLixUoCoraiaa MiaaJMoCray Jamea
MeC'abe Teronca ,, r - s . , m ..(! ri 'jo.1'1
. -1 a. '
Si.kell
;ell Elmore
KorrU Jot
Oberl Chaa
laavjv,
:j: f .r.
Ortman
" , - r . - - '.f ! ' It v ,
PrftehardCapt 'Payton Gabriel Page Hannah 0
PhUlijiaun Joa 'Periy Mrs M Ii .erk SW ,
, ,. -v: V; :;,.' "v.:.V.- v--VV
Baa Abraham '- Rice B F. BickleMiga Kate
kead MiaaCordLRadman tin LtdRoberts F M ',
Kuaton 1im ii it uff Miat Mary AKodia Mike ' -
KeadiUa-R J'. Iidanm Wn, - BoueyWaiJ "
Sh'eltoa Abnar . Sharp Abraham 8tntfoa A A ' '
HaynerBF . BoottC M , bprow Miaa U -
Stxickler Mifl B BhrirerlMnielBSainton Miu E
Bbaw Mra EdithE Shank Griffim Smart Mift H A.
bcallao Jamea ; btravaJK feoaolon John ,'
StimmellMat'daMSandtttk MitaKletnerMiai M -Smith
Mist Lon , -Mary - ; - timithEB 1 . .1
bmithMra6a.ah 1 - - -. ' . . . . .
Tafta Albeft', !'Tnnna.TharTe Turner Jamea '
TruatdliMiaillAXioaUar W at - SoddWm - -Tinabla
Wm ts:iimiz . C'tt-1.1-'
Valentine X .
WtTaon Mri Wentwortn E d WlntMisa Frank
W iadman F J WeaTer U W Wortman J W
Wallan Jeav Woodrioh J - " WeoTor Jamea '
Warner Joe TV right John C Walkin- Mra M ;
WoodrnflMraMJ Week! O W ., Wright Robert
Wileox Mra K Warner Et' asgoner M ill '
Waiianii MM ItWhite-WmG rii White jr Geo -
TC ". i :
XackaaCbaa: '"toohoni Magtie ' 1 ' '
BllSUEI,a.AfEOr8. ' ' -
Bramlett A H A A M Bishop Broi " " -J. " 1
Bingham W A O ' -' ! Fay Meemer A Wheeler
JjookMayertGoldimithtJeottl U.-
U
J. J. WOOD, P. M.
WATCHES ANIf JEWELRY.
F.
A. & LtESQuEREuX1
.IDWOBRaS Amir DBAtJatS tfr1
n-all r i-j- ji
T. C H E S
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IPOClalET-BOOKS lairl
.1- eCOPfHj C.LJJMES
rr
Et XSJDLES3 TARIEXT. r i -
Keapeoaataatlj ea hand a large aaaortment-of
SeUa Taaniaua anal !WflBiF $9eka.
for the Jobbing aad Retell Trade. Alto, Ageata
., . .i. ..fbr.tb .-;, - .':'
ritHACA CALS5DEB ULOCK: COMPAJIT
Watch Makera' Tools and Materials, Wateh Qlaaa
at (trenea ana uenera) m iuuiunu at , . .,
- lowratet. . . ' . .
gr Allordara promptty Ailed and aatitfaataoni
gaannteea. -fif A'ETljfSQnERErX,
febla-eedly 94. tl 8mth Hih tt Colombo
rt i ' GROCERS. '
.i
M'COtinHESriI,D0MLDS;
NO. 1M 4i U4 "SOUTH HlfiH STBEXT'
G it O O-S-R ,
u . , ) ri.ni.rT n frtrs POWI
P WAAZINB,andMetafor tbe tale ef
ih-J5c Pwdr4Jonpea'e Va-ader. ' AgenU for
the aaJ. ? VX&J'vnvw '1 co.s
i
fjaisrar lana i
aaddealeraia - ... .. SK
E8TIO -AND BTAFJxB
KIJS3 .".v.
tied Winat
Bras dig
tC-0?.aS
iwfjt -a S.
MEDICAL.
OTT (TV
mf 2i.!lnf
Hi
FEMALES, OWING
TO THE
peculiar and important' re
lstions which
hsijstaYn tltir fjc&Iiar'orgariizati
4r(l4he oBee thy perform-, are subjc
ion
ect
te irimy uiferingK'' Frtedom from these
contribute i ao Bmall degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be
ii.aPl3KViUla6ronly so, but uo
lojid. of these varions fernale complaints
cas, long Jbe suffered t, rup on -without
ujolving. the general health of the in
vjdualAnd ere long producing perma
nent sictuess and prematura decline. Is or
s it pleasant to consult a phjsician for the
relief of these various delicate affections,
!, a,pd. only ppon the. most .urgent necessity
JIU a true woman, so far sacrifice her
greatest cjiarm as.Jo do. this. The.eex
will then thank ust for placing in theif
hands simple specifics which will be
found eflScacions in relieving and curing
-; .iv- i-i .-u-.-.-i -
almost every one ot tnosn trouDiesome
complainls peculiar to the sexl
HELMBOLD'S
V'YJ
EXTRACT 'W
P.1
I. V
r r p. tt mr A7rTr
SinniTrprlfi' AtifrAi nrt in ftilArton. anrl
hunir&ds ofitnerspply vainly o dreg
gists and doctors, who either merely tan
tatalize them with the hope of a cnre or.
apply remedies which make them worse.
I would not wish to assert anything that
would do lnrastiee to tne afflicted, but 1
am obliged to say that although it may
be pro.dcdrfcom excessive exhaustion
oieDoif er of iifev by. laboriout va
ployment, unwholesome air and food,
profuse menstruation, the use of tea and
coffee, and frequent childbirth iis 'far
oftener caused by direct irritation, ap-
t! 3 a- iL . I ' .1
piieu to me mucous memorane -oi in
vagina itself.
w-w!qaio s
"When reviewing the causes of these
distressing complaints, it is most painful
to fciMfrireftte-lheP attendant ?fvili"abn"
aai-i.iil -"--- i
sequent upon tnem. it is out simple
justice to the subject to enumerate a few
of the many additional causes which so
largely affect the life, health and happi-f-
ijft'J!' t4 i " 11 - '
ness f Oman Ji alt classes ot society,
and which, consequently, affect more or
less directly, the welfare of the entire
human family. The. mania, that exists
for precocious education and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed
for wpeaLdwl(rrnnent togrwasted
and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early confinement of school, and es
pecially in he unhealthy: excitemtnt of
the ball-room. Thus, with the body
half-clothed, and the mind unduly 'rr
cited by pleasure, perverting in mid
night revel the hours designed by nature
fop sTerr tn reStT tfie"" work "of "destruc '
tion is naif accomplished.
076(1 JarfJ MX.'! rfo. '.I.i:f W t'n-
tutiibauiflEcw isoa Uhm -ttitxiMl
In consequence of this "early Strain
npon her system, unnecessary effort is
required by the delicate votary to re
taya iwAitoatioa invsenooH att .later1
dayVupjaggrafatingihe byi iYfhty
pne axiiiament Is ovetj andtherifi pros
pective keeps the mind morbidly sensi
tive to impression, while the now con
stant jetraint. of. fashionable - dress, ab
Sblu,beTy iorbiddjjig th- exercise ' indis
pensable to tne attai n mTrt an & retention
pf '-orgaTiie healtand strength ; the ex
posure' to night air"; the' Budden change
of temperature ; the "complete prostra
tion produced by excessive dancing,
must.'of pecesprtyj pfTjcratJB theirf legiti
mate esect. ;At last, an. early marriage
caps the "climax of misery, and the un
fortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature,, becomes
kn unwilling subject-of -medical treat
ment. This is but a Wrathful picture ftf
the experience thousands ot our young
women. ,
Long before the abilitjrto exercise that
Functions ot tne generative organs, they
require an educatiod fof their; peculiar
nervous system, composed "of what is
called the. tl63ue, ,w,hich : is, lit cofTimoil
with the" female Breast and lips, evident
ly under the control of mental emotions
and associations at an early period of
life i ;nd, aawq shall Jubequently. see;
these' ernotions,' when' excessive, lead,'
long before puberty, to habits which sap
the very life of their victims ere nature
has self-completed their development"
For Female' "Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Lencorrhoea, Too Profuse
Menstruation, Exhaustion, Too Loner
Continuwdr Perltvdsf- -forrProlapeus vatkti
Hearing Down, or Prolapsus Uteri, we
offer the most perfect specific known :
Helmbold's Compodnd Extract of
Buchu. Directions for UBe, diet, and
advice. accomDanv.
! emaiesTn" every penoa ot lite, trom
infancy to extreme old age, will find it a
remedy to aid nature in the discharge of
its functions. Strength is the, glory of
manhood and womanhood. Melmbold s
Extract Buchu is more strengthening
than any ot tne preparations or .bark
or Iron, infinitely Bafer, and more pleas
ant. Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
Having .receivedrthe indorsement the
mostiiromineut ph yeicians fn the United
States, is now offered to r afflicted"; hu
manity as a certairf tnre for the follow
ing diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cause originating : General Debil
ity,., Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility, Determination of Blood to
the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,
General Irritability, "Restlessness and
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus-
ular JDfficiency, Xjoss oi Appetite, JJys
epsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disor-
anization ot Paralrtii i the Prgans of
jeneration, Palpitation of the Heart,
aud, in fact, all the concomitants of a
Nervous and Debilitated state of the
Btystem. To insure the genuine; cut this
out. Ask for Helmbold's. Take no
other.
!1 Sold by Druggists and Deajets every
where. .Ulj-iV i-
Price. $1J25 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communica
tions. Address H. T. HELMBOLD,
Drue: and Chemical Warehouse, 594
Broadwav. N. Y. -
i None are. erenuina unless done up in
4ed? grTi wapperlwitbiaot4mie
Ot unemicai areuouee, uuu tigueu
my
lyM-dwAs-weowly M. T. HfiLMbOLU.
onto
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
-To aiAamat -
liiXI Cbl!iKa.'a UFFIti
' tl'V"J : ColCiBUSftO.. MT.I.l8l
iWotlba a) hereby gi van, that pi ooeedinaahaye tree
inatitateii inihe City Council of vjUoiumbua, ii
makiDg the fotlowinK imDroveioents. to wit ;
For grading and navina the ni,n.vH aidanlka
gutter! and crossings on the west tide of Wathing
ton avenue from the north tide of flatten place to
iff With lnTiTiifr trig
t'ifth tretto Sixth
rf-VAaa - - - - - -
The sametn tm Annm In nnnl.ini. viih . 1 ...
uu eniimates ro oe preparea uy tne vuy citu lin
tineer. and filed in tha nffinn of th nit. CUrlr T. i
All persons claiming damages on account of said
propaead impmTements, are required to file their
eiaimt in tne omoe er trie t;ieric. in wnnnir nn m
before (he First day of January. A. D. 1H69. j
:!. -,lrf Li.t, L7--K i.W!LSO!i
noTia.aitawaw . City. Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To atOehom it may Concent- : vi t
CITY CLKRK' OFFICE; )
OoLPMaut, Oa-No-a.-13.18ga.tr
notiee 18 hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted iu the. City Ooanoil of CDMiuboa,; for
1U..1UR iu, iiHjvniiiK luiiruveLueuia, n w I L : r
For grading and paving the -uopHved sidewalks.
huiwiio ,uu cmaaiUKB un ine went eiae oi tne va
,tera ana orossingt on tne west siae oi tne va
it ground wast of the market a oat a. aad for pa
gthe balanoeof laid vacant ground with Nioul
i pavement Iron. Towa ttreM tolUehetaeaW
cant
vicg
ton i
Also, tor laying a double row of flag crossing
aoroia Center alley an -the touth aide ef Hnrinir
street.
Alto, for 4ayinga double tow aag-erbsmg aeross
venier auer at tne souiu siae ot Long street.
The same te be dona in accordance with nlataanil
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the omoe of the City Clerk- -
All persons claiming damages on account ef said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
siaimsin tne omoe oi die clerk, in writing, on or
oetore we Jugnta any oi Imouary.-A. 1). 1869.
X,. 1. WILSON :
novSB-dltawlw , . City Clark
Paving Notice.
4
ClTT ClSBK'B OFFICB.f
QlI'P,ISV8. 0..1eo. 21, 1868. I
Notice is hereby given, that nreceedincsheve been
instituted in ttaecity Council of Columbua,for mak
ing tne toiiowing improvements, to-wit.
r or building a double oarnage way single span
bridge at the crossing of the canal on Friend
street. . ... - . . ,
Also, for" grading and paving the nnpaved side
walks, anuers aad crossing on I oung atreet from
Broad direct-to ?tate street. I p
Also. for bailding a double row flag stone nave-
mesa aeross Fair alley upon the tenth tide of Chan
el atreet.
Also, for building a 80-inch brick rawer on Gay
street from Front street to Fifth street.
Tne same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be nreDared bv the City Civil Engin
eer, ana mea in tne omoe oi tne t;ity mora.
All persons olaimina damaees on account of said
JillfUBVlft lUlflUTVIUBUM. U, IUUQU IU LUOll
olainit in thaoBice ef the Clerk, in- writing, on or
oetore the xuurtn aay ot reoruary, A. u. ibo
dec28-dltawiw City Clerk.
I
f
( An'Ordinanc f )
i a special tar opon the real estate' ponnd-
To sasess
ing John street from Cleveland Avenue to Wash'
ington avenue. f
Section 1. Beit ordained bv the Citv Conncil
of the cit of .Columbus. 1 hat the sum of Eighty
aevaa oents, ix mills be and the same is hereby lov
ed an l assessed upon each foot front of the several
lota of land bounding or abutting upon John
street from Cleveland avenue to Washington ave-
e. excepting lots fios.iQ. 30 and 31 of R. Neil's
addition, lot No. a of Morrison's subdivision of lots
Mos. 33 and 37 of K- Neil's addition and lots Nos. 1
and 3 of Burwill's addition, as the same are desig
nated, noon the plat of- the Civil Engineer, on. ale
in the office of the City Clerk, for the oost and ex
pense 01 grading and paving tbe gutters and cross
ings and grading and graveling tbe sidewalks along
the tame, according to the estimate of tLe City
Civil Engineer.
Ken '-. That the owners cf the several lots of
(ameVvnoarwhiea Ahe foregoing tuseavmaatnamade':'
ahattpaytheeuaoBAtsvoi money by Ahem severally
aue in taat oeuau to a uuuiu iuoxsoa&ia a tvo., Wlia
in twenty da s from tbe date ol this ordinance, or
be aobiect to the interest and penalty allowed noon
the same by law.
vv m. oAbiuii.i,
President of the City Council.
tssed lee- 21, A. u. 1868..
fittest:, la & WiiOH, .City Clerk,
Oil i
An Ordinance
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing Mch.ee alley irom aovenia street to vieveiaoa
avenu.; ; ' f . . K
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Counoil
of tbe city of Columbus, That the rum of One
Doliar, Eleven cents, Seven mills be and tbe same
is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot lront
of the several lots ol land bounding or- abutting
nnon MaKee allay from Seventh auee t to Cleveland
avenue, as the same are designated upon the plat of
the Civil Engineer, on file in the office of the City
Clerk, for the cost and expense of grading and pav
ing tne siaewaiKS, gutters ana crossings, anu grad
ing and graveling toe roaawar aiong tne same, ac
cording to the estimate of the City Civil .Engi
neer.
Sec. J. That the owners of the several lets o!
land opon hich tbe foregoing assessment is made
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in tnat bebalf to Michael Malone, within twen
tv Aavm from the date ot this ordinanoe. or be sub
ject to tho iDietett jnd jsnlty af ad BBonaha
aaaaeav lawl - - - '- - '-'
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Couroil.
Passed Dee. Sl.A D- 168. .
' f Attest: L. K. WnAOwT Citi VlexU WW
s dacniB-dlt i. nm im uau-. iihyt'I
' " ' An Ordinance
To assess a special tax upon tbe real estate bound
ing East ruolio lane now itroaa street to rneua
street. .
rBffin l if rfe It eraaineiT bv'fha City CouncD
of theeity of Celumbui. That the lun of Onedol-
lax.i twentj-a.vecenia.mx miioi, w same
a herAbv levied and assessed unoh each foot front
of tbe several lots of land bounding or abutting upon
East roblio lane irom croaa street te rriena
str eet, exoepting lots numbers 8, 3, 4, 6 and 6
of Ueorge Bellows , sub-lot number 41 of Arm
strong s addition and lots numcers i ana a or
MinePs subdivision, with the allowing credits:
Lot Mo. t. Armstrong's, additioa. 7v feet of old
curb, at 110 oenta per toot,- aa the same aredesig-.
natea upon tne pu&t oi tne vivii Eugiuour, uu uio iu
theoi&ee of thecityUlerk.if or- thevost andexpente
of grading and paving the gutters and crossings
and grading ana Kraveung tne biuwwuuk ma
same, according to tbe octi uate of the City Civil
Engineer. , . .
Sao, a 3t:a the owners of-the several tote of
Ian i upon which the fonrgoi g assessment is made
shall oar the amounts of money by then severally
.due iu that bebalf to -W eat. Back. A Co., within
twenty days trom tne date ot tnis ordinance, or do
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
the same by law. T . nn,cii
President of the Ciiy Council.
t Pa'sed Dec. 21, A. D. if 88. , -ZCiCii
Attest: L. E. Wilson. City Clekv - ' r
dec28-dlt .
An Ordinance1 s ""
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing bait ruulio lane irom .dhtowi iuw,ivcinh
street.
S,r.ml. Be it ordained Ttha Crlr3mnoil
of the city of Columbus,- That- the sumr of Totrty
one cents, f ine mills, be and tbe same is hereby
lnvi,t and assessed unou'each-foot- front of tbe
several 1, ts of land bounding or. abating apoa
Kaat Fnblio lane from 15 road street to r nend street.
excepting lot No. of Mipeg et al. jubdnrisiun and
lot No 41 of Armstrong et a) nubdmnen t,f ootlot
08. 31, 47, 4S and 49, as the same are designated
upon tbe plat ot tne civil csgineer, on nie in tne
office of the City Clerk, for the cost and expense
of grading and graveling tbe roadway along the
same, according to. the estimate, of tue City Ciyil
Engineer; t ?. ( T j .
bbs.2.- fnat tne owners ercne aeverar rsssw
land noon which tbe foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them sever
ally due in tnat nenau to aiarun aeiiy ana n imam
Harrison, within twenty days from tbe date of this
oraiaaocer-or ae-unjeoto-the jQtaiest.and penal
tyjwedupoa the
President of the City Counoil.
Passed Deo. 21. A- D. 1808
Attest: L. E. Wilson, City Clerk.
deoJ8-dlt .
Afirdinaiice X v7
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing Can stretfrom Seventh street to Wasbins-
tftin avenue- t
Section l. Be it oraamea oy tne vity vounoii
nr ,k- ist.v nf Cnlnmhna. That tbe sum of Twelve
cents. Two and four tenth mills be and tbe same is
hereby levied and asaissed upon each foot front
of the feTerallots orlaod bounding oranatting upon
fhik-atrcat from Seventh street to Washington ave
nue, as the same are designated upon the plat of
HAi,vii knnnMr. on file in the office of the City
Clerk, for tbe oost and expense of graveling the
roadway along the same, according to the estimate
of theCity Civil Engineer.
' BgO. 8. 'That the owners of the several lots of
land upon whioh the toreg mg assessment is maae.
shall pay tbe amounts of money by them severally
dim in that hena.lt t Walfh A MoUonald. within
twenty days from the date of this ordinance, or be
tubjeot to tne interest ana penalty auuweu upuu
the same by law." WM. NAGHTEN,
President of the City Counoil.
-Tkssed Una. 21, A. I). 18- --. - ',
:. .Attest -Ikr.K.. Wu.80N,City Clerk. -- . -dec2dlt
. .
-PaVingr Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row flag crossing
across Center alley at the soutn side ot Spring
street.
Section 1. Be It ordained by the City Council
ot the city of Columbus (two-thirds ot all the
members concurring). That there be constructed a
double rn flag orossing across Center alley at the
nnih aide of Sorinc street, in accordance witn
the pa
Clerk.
at thereoi on nie in tne omoe oi tne isity
siui 3. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from the foregoing improveinement shall
be a-eessed and levied upon the several lo a of
land fronting or abutting on the south aide of Spring
street from High street to Third street, in propor
don toth.ir feet front. ' JfAGHTEN,
President of the City Counoil.
Passed Deo. 21. A. L. 18G8.
Attest : L. E. Wilson, City Clerk.
Adeo38 dlt. . . T . -
Jt . Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row flag crossing
across Center alley at tbe south tide of Long
atreet. . T ."' 7, :
SxCflON ir"Beit ordainel hy the Citr Council of
tbe City of Columbus (two-tnirdsot all the mem
bers eoncurring). That there be constructed a
double row flag crossing across Center alley at the
nnth liiia nf Lone- street, in accordance with th
tplat thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk.
sbo, a. ina n u.iu.ftcB, uublb sua expenses
arising from the foregoing improvement, shall be
assesied and levied upon the several lota of land
fronting or abutting on the south side of Long
street to High street to Third street, in propor-
C iilxi' WM, NAGHTEN. 0
v President of the Oily Counoil.
Passed Dee. 81, A. 1. 1868.
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gMteutf ilJUiiailfi
JOB PRINTING !
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
j is well known tothe, business community,
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
"""ii Juatiy (snnaaft axceptea.)
3:2S A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at
Zanesville at 6:13 A. M.; Bellaire at 103 A. M ;
loijiuuit at aa &. at.; naaBington vity at B:iO
1 1 tlO A. M. LIGHT NING BXPRE88- rriving
ai. .nuonviiie aa law r. nenaire at 8:10 r. M :
Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at IMS
P. M.
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WIS P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriTingatZanes
villr at 4:5fi P. M.; Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.; Baltimore
at 4 j5 P. M.; Washington City at 530 P.M.
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- Close oonneotiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities hare the privilege of
T.'siting
Washington
City Free.
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No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT
, . TRAINS.
Aak for TICKETS wla BFXLAIBE
iNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportatioa.
. M. COLE. Genera Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Genl Passenger Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is oalled to the superi.
orstookof .
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PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
Just received ndf saleby
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HAIR.
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Improved!
It is aa elegant Dressing for the Hair. '
' It causes the Bair to Carl beautifully.
"it keep the Scarp Clean and Healthy."
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It ingigorates the Boots ot the Bait. , ..-.:
'. It forces the Pair and Beard to grow luxuriantly j
-It Immediately steps Hair falling Oat.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.'.' .
It res cores Grey Bair te iloOsiginel Coler.
It brings oat Hair on heads that hare been bald for
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t is eompoeed entirely of simple and purely veget-
ble substances. .
it hag received over six thousand voluntary totti
mocials of its excellence, many . which are from
'"' physicians in high standing. " J
It is gold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Healers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Hemas Barnes A Oo.; F. C. Wells Co.;
SchieftelinACo..NewTork. SOHirT-eachT7-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO,, ;;
GENERAL NEWSPAPER ' ... ',..,
Advertisings Agents.
133 Nassau Street, New XarK '
(JTstosVo.18eJ.) ' J ; '
- We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
ouragenoy. . Our facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country are eeooad to Bone,
and we aro fully prepared to otter terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give Superior induce
ments. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
atd 8onth American papers, with whom we hare
exo'usive contracts Wearetbeonlv house doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We oan, by special permission. refer to""
Mr. H. T. Hguiaow), CruggisW. 63 -Broadway.
" ew ToA., - i - - ' . - . , .i.
.'Messrs. W, R. Tahdczu A Co., J98 Greenwioh
street. New York.
'Messrs. Hall-A Kuckii., 118 Greenwich street.
New York.
Messrs. U. Bsuca's Son A Co-Type l ounderi, IS
Chambers sUeet. i ...... ,..
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Messrs. Pbblok A Cwllkkdir, New Tork.
Messrs. Takbakt t.C. New York. i ''.i
Meaars. Chickkkiko A Son, New York.
Messrs. KaDWaT k Co.,New Yethv
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RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDINA CENTRAL RAILWA
x am suoTieaa hm m eta - n t change of Car
.177 , Obieago.Kaekakandladiaaapelit'J
t, uy(iji fttnigi
F0,CB .TRAIS8 '.'DAUIeave Union Vnanl.
lnmbus..onand after Nov.Sj, i&8 as -
' ' followiV il-vi
8flrt A ,M--T0LSTrrr AND DETROIT EX
WVm" "Wed Arrfvl.
at Milford :lT a m, tjrbanal0:lu a m.BeIlafoaUiae
1:05 p m. Sanduaky 6;00 p m. Piqua 11:18 a mTTe
ledo5-SOpm.Detroitrwe.ni.
' Tbis train if ma expressly for Toledo; am
troit business amvicgat both places 3 hekr
ahead of ady other route. -'. j - . . ?k
1.1 K P- M.MAIL-AWD PEORIA ETPRES3
ieW (Sundays excepted). - Arrives at Bradford
Junction:40 p m, Richmond 6:05 p m, Indianapa
lis 80 p m. Loganport 10S0 p tn, Chinsgi S-oo a nr
Peoria 036 a m. Oa esburg 9KM a m, Burlingtos,
Iowa. H:05 a m, Keokuk 12:30 p m. Qainov 1:45 p m
LouisvilleS:30 a m. Terre flaute 11:57 p m. Mattooa
JS8 a m, Cairo 40 p m. Pane 4t a n, Alton 840 a
m. St Louis :15 a m,Lafayetta 1SA0 mid. Spring!
field. His-, 7r0 am. :J.Tmi
Passengers bv this train reach St. Louis tha next
morning it heari ahead and for points west
of St. Louis and Keokuk one train ia advance of
all other routes.' " - . , i ,,.-.,.... i, '
'i'O Sb&.SBI.CAP AND 8T; LOUIS EX ;
OmOXJ PRESS (Sundays excepted). Arrives at
Piqua 95 p m, Toledo 630 a ut, Uetrait 8:10 a aaJ
Bradford Junotion 8 n. m. Loransport 10 a m,
Chicago 8.-10 a m. Indianapolis 3& a m, Terre-aiaate
9-30 a m, Mattoon 9:15 a m, Pana 110 a m, Alroa
S UO p m, St., Leeie 4;0p p m. LafaietU J5a av
Springfield, ills., 4:35 p m. Quincy llKMJp m, Keo-'
kuklKWam. LnuisviHe 8HX a m. Natirville 6KHp
m, Memphis 10:00 a m. u
A" Sleeping ears mn ia thin train from Colum
bna to Chicago and SL Louis without change. This
is decidedly the besttrain from Colrmbos to Chi
eago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis aad Louisville 9
bears a tteael and makes direct eonnetkns for
all points West and South one train ia advance of,
any other route. '- -'
JO. JA A. M. NIGHT "EXPRESS. Daily via
L..V ' Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Logansport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:1 a
m. Logansport OHO a m. Chicago 2r25 p m. Peoria
55 p m, Keokuk 10:45 p m, Indiamavolit 8S0 am.
Terre Haute 13:15 p m.BTvanrville 70 pm, ilattoon
3:18 pm, Cairo 4:15 a m, PaaaSHiO pm, Alton 90 p
m. bt. LeuialOili p m. iAfayetle 8:10 p m. Loaia-;
vi le 5:00 p m, Nashville SMim, Memphit 4:15 pm.
Passengers by this train arrive the tame day at''
St. Louis 3'yi hoars aad-UlioAgo 6 hours ahead of
any other route 4 . , , . , .i(.f
STATE BOOM SLEXPIQ CARS,
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis..,
49 Call for Ticket via Logansport or Indian
apolis. , -,- - - . ''.-J . ..v.: 1
ttW Tickets for sale at Union and Piau Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad -Tiokei1
F. CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent.
.... J- M. LU NT. General Superintendent
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G CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
'iW-'-Ws
Cincinnati Railroad.
: 3Fl-7-e ' XX-aa.1 naa XJgaJLl-y, ;rl
X'' -;' UCKPT soirsit-.' '
Froxa Colutnbas, In oauneotiea with Trains ea the 3 .
Uttle Bllaml fc OlMiabita fc Xeala d
i ?.:.. :,IUtU.rOatsls.'i ,,.,, -ns a,rg
NIGHT EXPRESS Laavea Colnmbaa. at 14
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, Gilead.
Galion. Crestline. heibv, Bhiloh, iiew LondoaT'
w . i , : . , i u : : .
land ai45 A. M.. New Tork 740 A.M. This train 5
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. - - , , no
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way ttatioaa., This I
train starts from tbe freight lard. . . ,. . . ra
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves CoTnmbns at
llilO A.M. A ill stop at Delaware. Ashlev.Cardlns- r
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shelby, New London. Wei- .
lingtoc 4irafton and Berea. Arrive at Cleveland 1
at 3C P. M.. New York next day atSO P. M. .
MAIL AUiDBAr'BrjMS Leaves Columbus at iita
P. M. Will stop at Worthlrigton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations te Shelby and tthiloe.
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
riveat Cleveland at 0 P. M.. New York f:iS P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak-t j
ing this train, will get sleeping car at Crestline at'
6:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11 P. IU,:!
Ch cago at 6:00 A. M being in advance of alloth- ,
er rout's, have ample time for breakfast, and take"
the earliest train for the West- -. -A-xJi Le.iJ -1
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODA.TIONV tA T)EL-
AWARE Leaves Oolambua at JJ PI M. Will
step at all stations between Columbus and Spring-.
field, arriving at Delaware at 3-T5 P. M., Springfield
PiO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 1SJkiiM
M, arrives at DeUwareaAJtdS-A. Columbus
10 f?.M..9u,-... .:-: ..,? i.- ,W,UU1'
Pa st flUeeptasr Car are raiMsaaimlTO
-iiiKlsstt 'A'raiaa a Abataso; a.
e It,i L,.-?e.'"r,t t"j 7t L-M'icq
saiS al;il .a..t.u.. iddt.t ifjul lo
. a Batrtbhaeke4taroagh to( New- Yath aad 'o
Boston, via Cleveland ; , alse,. to, Philadaiphia and
New York.TiaCrestlinei'' 'i'?T - 'iVvlI
, n ltnt axpress arrives at oiumont hi.ma.jk.
' Cincinnati Express arrives at Celashbaavatl.t'iU
r. -
' Mai) Train errtveeat Coluauba at f P. M. f 'J
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbut"
atsOiieA. M.. j u j a. Viiii a i j,. i K
FtAa- aa lUew: aa Iit -aia-r, (MaeK.-Raiitac!
. Ask fox TickeUyia CratUiiuor Cleveland,,...
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;:. guperintesdent. Cleveland. 0hie.'0in
- , Agent, Columbt.Ohjo.
. Cdumbas, Nov.! SsJ 18g. i --,: .j.i m it ji.iw
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
i'Ll it ',:
On an after MONDAY. Nov. J3d. 1868, FQtJa.ji
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus 0 w
roi CINCINNATI, ! LODIS VILIftSj. CAISO ST.J , j 1
) j L0UI8, DAYTON, BICHMONd! 'laT,
1 ' DIANAP0LI8 erCHICAGO, ""
Withou' change oT cars to DAYTON andltCBLJ,
MOND.andonly one change of ears tIf V
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. -u; ConaeetiDW are reliable as follows, v) (nUt.-a
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leavas ar S-A. M". tor" ttrtniimti. -C1mbilw,'''i
Laaeaater, Hillabore andChUlieothej stops a LoaauS
' don, Xenia, Morrow, and, Loveland, arrivaa. a T
i Cincinnati at 70 am. ' . - . - -nT ."V
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Leaves at SMO A. M. for Cincinnati, DiyonvJ
Richmond, Indianapolis eed Cuiuagu.-ad slops at
West Jefferson, London. South Chariettn.8ijac;
Cedarville.Xeaia, Spring Valley, Corwia, Mtrrow ,
Houtk Lebanen. Foatert. Loaalanrl, Milford, ar- lo
I riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A, Moonnflotiig ,n
with the Mail Boats. - . t.ij
, i -t-3 " THIRD TRAIN.1' --J 'UU
' 1 " ' - - (Daily except Sundays j
Iawes at 1:45 P. M for ClnctnnaM, Dsyten a4
, Springfield, via XeniH sjrivillg 4 CiMioaatftj aJ:ili
i 60 P. M.
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tiuaiiy excepa ounoaya.ji
Learesr at B T. M: tor Cincinnati,- Dayton an J '
7 Springfield Tia London, stopping at Akten. West - A
. Jefferson, London, South Charleston. Seltna-
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovetaad, and ar-- '
riving at Ciacjanati at joe p. M, , ,7 t..,ix
S'eeplaar Car ea all Nig: fct 'rsrta, !
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PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
' On and after Deo- 18th. 168. trains will 'ran .
foUows:: - - " 1.-
Leave- -N.Y. Exp-ees."1'! Mail! r' Ftst tfnk.: ';
Columbus,.....:l5A. M.i KSP.M. 110A. M. ..I
nawarx 4:joa.hi. s. r, m. "so r, fl.
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Asrive sA ia ,-t:ii.--i it !'J ..!a)-tT
PitUburgh ....19 00 M.., .K A, M. j.7!SJ
Harrisbirg.... 10:30 P. M. 1216 P. M
Philadelphia.. 3n A. M. trro f. M.
New York.... 16 A. M- I TM P. M.
9:60 A. M. "
eoP. Mj
9a0A. M...
Ma5P.-'M,,'
Baltimore t?:30 A. M. , 640 P. M.
Washington... S:15 A. M? '1010 P. M.
rJotton...., . oioujr-M, gsWA. M.
MP.Jl4,j
Elegant state room sleeping ears aa all night tnina.
On the t ast Line the celebrated "Silver P.hTV
day and nitht cara are run through from Colnmbag- '
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
tfW- Passengers by the o A.' M.'Suoday tralsr""
arrive in New York at o'olook Moadar moraiaa
an advantage never before offered. -.-
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r . .S?10""4 A SteubenvilleTb.
' Wv W. CARD, Superintendent, teabenville O. "
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JOHN B. PETERS. Aaeat. Uohimiat.il
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Agent,
WILL. CONTINUE THE COAL. HC n!
NES at his preaeat stand.: .r a j, .a
' ..Ne. 13S .North Hict stfret,.i .
and will take orders" in both CAMBRIDUjb".V
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell a
tbe lowest market price. : i - i . ,
Aa Special attention paid to Shipping.
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