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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Shearing thaarrival sad deuefturaof train at Co
Mbu. Ohio. Ob and after Monday, Nov. 13d
3
VB
an rin. win run as rouowa I
Olmlaat. Galaat A ClaU B.
Li ATI. akbivb
K.Tsj Wnttri Express.. 1:10A.M. 1:4 A
NawYark Eiru 11:10 A.M. 1:30 P.
.M
.-3
Mall and innu :0 P. M. 1W6 P.
Rnrinafialil Aaanm.via Dal- 1:S0 P. M. 10:4S A. M
o. iAooommodation S0 A. M. 7:45 P. M.j
. a-n , , - r i f i !
tXAia train leave Bundaymertiia--t Monday.
LJttla miaaal CalaaikaiA Xsmlat k.m . j
LBATB. ABBITK.:
jurat a aui use.... lm &.n
tllueinnati AeownmodaUon. 5:00 A. M. :S5 P. M.
f spree 1:45 P.M. ll:O0A.M,
Base :00 P. M. 1M P. M
W. H. H. Shinn, Arent.
mltlaaorw Okl HailrMtl, Ceatra.1
Ohio) Dlwletattt.
llfett SSiM, ;l!:lA. M
Lightning Express Mo A. M. 5:35 P. M
Express Mail- 1:18 P. M. 12:30 P. M.
A. . Smith, A tent.
(Jal Cbie a.sal laiiaaa Cem-
trail Rallwan
I.B1TB. ABBIYB.
Wight Express N0 A. M- esTO A. M.
Toledo Express -30 A. M. 8:05 P. M.
Western Express 5:50 P. M. 75 P. M.
Day Expreae . IS P. M. 110 A. M.
"-. -, Gkw Agents
aawKr Waiaatlalai at Newark 8A.1U
Train leave Newark aad arrive a follow
LEAVK. AKRIYC
Pay Express 8:45 A. M. 1:40 A. M.
Freight and Accommodation 75 A. M. 730 P. M.
Mail and axpraas Has P. M. 8:16 P. M.
A. W . Dbxhis. Acant.
sPlttaktarsrla, Clela-u dfc a. Avails
Maul way.
LIATB. IRKITI.
a Kow Tork Enrat... 8:T5 A. M. 180 Midt
ldfVtofiiv ffxrreaa. A....lfcaa a: M.'l J 6sn MJ
BMtuiuinar.k.... 15 P. Mdfh4SP. M3
Denaisou Aooommodation 6.-0U A. M. 0 P. M.
flaw York Expres run daily. All other train
ran daily, exoapt Sunday.
Denaiaea AeoommodaUoa itarta from freight
-farm.
John B. Pet km. Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ABBITM.
atsstern Tinwb Hail, a. u r. n.
la Ktaabanville and
WtarboTgh . .(V ... . j.
lastera Way Mails, 0. G.
Sra-th wait Via ft."
U.. J. J. U. U. K. H.
Chilro. Tia C. P. A 1. C.
Uttla Miaaii R.B.. Thro' j
' LittU Miami B.B., War.
V O. K. B.. Nawark.
Zaaanilla A WbaalinA;.
T0
405
7:30
11M
IIJO
n-JM
1:S5
1!:S0
1M
7J0
Way
CiroWUa, Chilliootho A
PorMmoBtk feM
aaaaatar. Ohio .... M
Kaat H ay.Mational Road. 10 JO ....
.... 790
.... 7 JO
u .-as
atCVarnoa Way.Wastar-
ill lCiSW 1
Jl orth Coimmbmi and C1U- .
Mbaac-- ti-waaktgrA
amTa MLoaday Wad
aaaday. A Friday, aad
- laarM Taadaya.Tbara
ia.i and Ratardava. . . .
soe
1M
ClaBtra Villas. (tri-waak-
lyJTaaaday.tkarda7 13 X.
UaS
OIMM.
A. M. T. M
i I f C a.d I -atlJW
WO ....
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
THE ORDER OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
HISTORICAL.
' Tht lifa of Chriit kaa been made known
By kUMhsw.Mark. ad Lnka. and John;
.TtiaBnokoCAotaJ,nke did reeord. .,
A wAatajWSA. V.KAn W0-C,iti
EPISTOLARY.
Paal foartaao latter did indite ;
Tba Bonun f rat in order itaad.
Thea tw to tha Corinthian ;
Galatiana and k'pbasian ea.
W itb ana to the Charon at Philippi :
ColoMian follow, aad than eoma
. Two to tha Tbeasalonian.
To Timothy two, to Tito one,
A ad ona wa aent to Philemon.
That to tha Hebrew, last of all.
Close the writing of St. Paul.
Jam, taa Apostl of tha Lard.
Ta tha tvaWa tribe disparead abroad.
Ona letter sent and Pater two.
To teaeh hi brethren what to do :
rl Tbeavtkreabr John and ana bs jadeaj rt
MI aa ApcjtolilawooncUdal f g i J J .
PROPHETICAL.
Tha BeyelatioDj of St. John.
Of thinas pas-, present and to eoma.
Closes tha Book whieh God ba tiran
To B,ide poor, sinful a en to Uearan.
A BAVARIAN FESTIVAL.
How the Bavarian Gallants Look—
And Particularly How the Bavarian
And Particularly How the Bavarian Girls Look.
A correspondent of the Hartford
Courant, writing from Munich, gives an
account of an Autumnal fair held on the
Thereaien Wiese, A vast meadow near
that city:
begin untiirnday, Oct. 2, yet the essen- j
tial part of it, tbe amusements, was well
under way on the Sunday before. The
town begun to be filled with country peo
ple, and holiday might be said to have
commenced; for the'eify gives itself up
to the occasion. The new art galleries
are closed for some days; but the col
lections and museums of various
sorts are daily open, gratis ; the theaters
redouble their efforts: the concert hajla
are in ftftblasf ttorVare dances tiighVrjr; "
andafeabked bags 6a tha Jfolkafs tbeate ?
sountr4r,,rAlAtiwea..are entertaedj.ithe
peasants' go about the streets in droves,
in a simple and happy-frame of mind,
wholly unconscious that they are the odd
est looking guys that have come down
from the middle ages ; there is music in
all the gardens, singing in the cafes, beer
flowing in the rivers, and a mighty smell
of cheese, that goes up to heaven. If
orijrthe eatpgaf cheese were a religious .
actlkrif Its trdof an intense; I could not
say enough of the devoutness of the
Bavarians. Of , the picturesqueness
and oddity of the Bavarian peasant
costumes, nothing but a picture can give
you any idea. Ton can- imagine the men
in tight breeches, buttoned below the
knee, jsxketfpith9Jky cut and both
jacket aid' waistcoat covered with big
metal buttons, sometimes coins, as thick
as can be sewed on ; but the women defy
the pen; a Bavarian peasant woman, in
holiday dress, is the most fearfully and
wonderfully made object in the universe.
She. displays a good length of striped
toekiifES,aadwerBhii! slippers or
sandals i her skirt are ike ay hogshead,
, in size and 'shape, and reach so near her
shoulders as to make her look hump,
backed; the sleeves are hugely swelled
out at the shoulder, and taper to the
waist; the bodiceis a stiff and most
elaborately-ornamented piece of armor;
and there is a kind of breast-plate, or
center-piece of gold, silver and prec
ious stones, or what passes for them;
and the head is adorned ( with r some
moiZ&&v&io&la finily-.w'riugbi
gold or silver, or a tower, gilded and
shining with long streamers, or bound
in a simple black turban, with flowing
ends.
Little old girls, dressed like their
mothers, have the air of creatures of the
fanejawbobave walked put of faiqr I
book. There is1 ai' endless 'variety in 1
these old costnaaSauet'ene Bees every
- moment, one more preposterous than the
preceding. The girls from the Tyrol,
with their bright neckerchiefs and point
ad black felt hats, with gold cord and
tassels, are some of tltfin very pretty ;
but one looks a long time for a bright
face among the other class, and when it
is discovered, the owner appears like a
maiden who was enchanted a hundred
years ago JW dj a& ot beeit released
from thejiaaUUaiism doeswdato
wear the garments and the-ornaments
that should long ago have mouldered
away with her ascestors."
An Editor Advised to go to School.
Journal:
Dbab Sib : Your favor of Nov. 8th
bas remained unanswered until now,
inir. first, tomy absence for two weeks,
dO aV sT..
and secondly, to the imp sibjv ff
ucuiucuig y our ueirogijpoica lu lesa
man two weeks more.
x usea to, rea Jttatu Uhoat s xn&Btt.
script readily; can , manage r Horace
Oreeley's with only slicht Iobs of iiDDa
ti e, but this trial of ycnra Laa given trie
a severe fit of acnte dyspepsia. I .make
put " pass" readily, it beine a familiar
word in my CorrespondShce with editors
also "advertisement" nd your name,
thongn; I slipuld) have failed on
On tbe last, if it hadn't been printed at
lb, head of- the sheet All thereat
might as Well have been Hebrew or
Bonicri cl send you a trip pass over the
best road in toe country. Wben you
want' anotber, get some one who can
write Jiinglish to send for it, if you can
pare anyjgympatny tor f4 t
A ours,
THOMAL L. KIMBALL.
THOMAL L. KIMBALL. Gen. Passenger Agent, Penna. Cen.
MISCELLANEOUS.
"50 PER CENT. EEDUGTIOIJ";
VTOTICE
TO
ihghchints bank
Aa
ers. Brokers.
Pnblishers, Stationers, Print
ers, Companies, Lawyers, Arohiteota,. iSchpola,
Clersymen. Cirenlars, Prices Current, Letter.
Quotations.Catalognes, Music, or sn doouments or
drawinas mar be obtained at the followina extraor
dinary ehaap prices : 100 copies, fao siuiilie. of
an? document or drawing. Ae.. as: 80s oomen. as:
1.000 eoDies. 58. Ac: 100 000 conies. 450. or 60 Dar
cent, apoa tie above prices may be saved by using
Maurice's rstent AutoTapnio rnntirg rress, lor
Offices, Pabliahers, stationers. Printers, Sobools,
i ' : L ,un . v.
u'iinuiu,t ... A iiw wv. A wuf u"j uu nunc
off luo capias, letter eise, per hour, of any ducu-
meLt.draaiusviBUSia,-wita tnaareataattsmhtJK
aunce'K Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
prioea. mono experiments escn sstnrday. . . l
N.B. All kinds ot Lit hogrsphie work are dom
with the greatest care at tbe lowest rates, ilsur-
loa s raient Antoarsobio and l,ithocranhia Frint
ing, .Writing and kngraying Establishment. 10
aeei7-d3tawiy-VNT
Turnpike Notice.
XHS SHARKHOLDKB4 OF THE CAPITAL
m stosk ot tha Lancaster, Lithopolia A Urore
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified that
there wilt be a meeting of tbe stockholders of said
Company on SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6th. 1W9,
at toe omce or Jotin Morenart. tsq.. i.itnopoiis.
Fair6eld eonnty. Ohio, at 10 o'clock A. M. oi said
day, for the purpose of eleoting seyen Directors of
aid larnpiae roaa tor the enauing year.
January Bin. lees,
8. O. HKNDREN. 8b
President o( said Turapiaa Company.
decgl-dltswswAwtd
Stockholder's Meeting.
JT J I ' ? 6ViCe x1? the
CotuBBCg, Chioaso-4 Imb4 Cent. B't Co.
Columbus. U., December Mib. line.
A REKIUOOI'THEaiOCKHeLD.
L V ers of tbe Columbus. Chicago and Indiana
Central Railway ComDanT will ba held at tha of.
fioe f the Company, in the oity af Columbus.
State of Ohio, on FRIDAY, the Si th day of JAN-
Uiitli lass, between tba bours ot 10 A.M., and
V. M. to iddtot. or reiect a eontraet with tba At
lantic A Great Western Railway Company and the
Ane itaiiway tomoany, and lor other purposes.
By oraer ot the Board.
GORDON VOODIE.
deeso-dtd , , . .... .Secretary..,
S. S. FINNEY'S
D
ANCU.G ACADEMY 18 KOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTOIM HALL.
FT fhTSnlTasVSstiirday 'afternonn, from " to 5
P.M. (iantleaiea'. '.Tenina etass at -AH BOH
HALL, 13d inet.. at 8 o'clock P. M.
oetu
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F.
o. i rcnnrnrnu
CO 5U r LCOUUCnCUA
is f f i.s"; -. a-
TKR8 AND DEALXUS IS.
WATCHES
- s . . t
CXACKS, , .
, SI O r O JL:.
PLATED WARE,
CANES. SPECTACLES,
CVTLEBTa '' eakiwK 3 itJitUT. Ui
GOLD "
POCKET-BOOKs staid
OPERA GLASSES
. m SirafrbfcBSBVAWETYi
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seta Taaaaaa) aad Waterbnty Clacks .
For th Jobbing and Retail Trade'. Also. Agent
j ei;ii "."jUii'Ti 1'. for thea
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Vatch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watoh Glass
es (French and Genera) in full supply at
low rates.
SOT All order nromDtlr filled and satiafafltinn
I fbl-exlly . Ti SouUi High St.. ColamVaa.1
MEDICAL
TheChraatHeellelaa tor. taa Skln.eeu-a
wtthaaat sail, erery klael or aa
alfliUy araptlaa ar ta flaee,
ItrfaiBa lrrttaSiac ar
! T I ff -?aaaaalaar awitawsswsnaf 'f
I lJljar!PwlHa-Lf fl UtJ.
M R hat nearly rtligvrd me of that mortifying tmj-
j film, aad f trm now looking qnito like a mm," write,
j Charle. E. Noble. General Agent of alich. Central
i B. R., 173 Broadway, M. Y.
1 W find it an hmtlnnol rtmedv for Trttmr,-4a . ,
ite Higlcjr Bro... Druggi.tat rah-Seid, Iowa. 1 J ,
write
1 mmm tried waar wohuthtm ..lfti" ftr TLnlum't
Itch with ffrtat mrccMi," writes C. W. bnmont. of
i Leominster, Maaa. 5j! m: r j ?
I Send for circular Price, 75 etat and fl.Ot.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER
SS We.t Fourth gtreBt..f)lnctnastt !
Tor sale by Druggists generally.
! septal -deodA wly
$& PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nrw
Cocbbb or LlCTUKg. aa delivered at tha Mew
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub-
ieetas How to liye and 'what to lira for: Youth.
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood generally review
ed: roe earner ot indigestion, flatulence andxter
sons diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically consiaerea, aa.
Pocket Tolumee containing there lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeeintof
Sourstamps.br addressing BKCRtTARY, Ms
Yon Musses -of-Ahatoxt av ticiiNcg. 6lf
DROADW1T -M"W Tori. i . TNT-tebW-dly-
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. S. HBPaBD. . . ,..,.tiO. HOKIOBB
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW FIBM.
rfy m. SHEPAUTA HAVING FOR .TIED
X a a partnership with M. flUKiUBK. foT the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
!VO. 1S SOUTH II Id! II STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
pubtio generally to cau ana examine tneirnoeand
well selected stock of Lsdias. Gents'. Misses' and
Children's Boots and 8faoes, this day received di
rect from tne test, ana wnion tney are now ottering
for sale on tbomoet reasoBsble ternis. 'In our man
ufacturing department special attention 1 given to
CUSTOM HADE WOBK.
Ranairina of all kinds neatly and nromotly done.
We would respectfully solicit, a share of public
patronage. Please (ive us a call. No trouble to
ibowgooda. . -...f
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street,
81EPARD A HORIGER.
Columhus. O.' Sept. II. 1668. seplS-dtf
BANKERS.
P. W, HUHTINGTOM & CO,
B A N p,R:S i
Corner Broad & High Sta.
COLUMBUS. OHIO.
febe-dly
F. HATDBS. JOB. HUTCHISON. W.B. BATS
, HAYDEN,niTCnESON iCO.,
!
! NO. IS S. HIGH STREET,
GROCERS.
M'COLM, WkfJkrmWfc
NO. 1 & 1 SOUTH HIGH STREET
j GBOCKH8,
DBOPRIETOBS COmlBU POWt
Jt Or R MAGAZINE, and agent for the- sal ef
Hasard Powder Company' Powders- Agent for
he sale of ,du, ,o
( t UAIUinnni ' x o a. o
fJ)eieiraMl BasKaur auaa- aaaaaa.
I , and dealaraia . y
FOEiniattilXrMfcTaJLaNiraTAPL.E
f QKOCEKIES
laall their varieties. Imported Winea. Brandies
Cigars, at. iull-edl
I
.oil u
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
fa Bjf wAsta ar away nasnr?
CITY CLKRK'S OFFICE. i
:r: rr Colitibus, O.. Nov. 03. 1868.1
Sovloe 1 hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in tha City Council of Colombo, for
lua&iua uib luiiuwina lmproTemeuts, to-wit 1
or grading and paving tha anpaved sidewalks,
tatters and crossings on the west aide of the va
cant ground west ot the market house, and for pa
, ving tbe balanoeof said vacant groand. with Nioul
on pavement trom Town street ta Kick street.
Also, tor laying a double row of flag orossing
acreas Center ahey on the sautk aide of Spring
street, i i r .
Also, for laying s double row flag crossing aoross
m, a'te. at toe soutn iae ot trfing street.
' The same to Bedoneinaaeonlaneawit h nl.htanil
animates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, bbu uiea in wie omce oi tne ijity uierg.
All parsons claiming damages on account of said
proposea improvements, are required to file tLeir
ciaimain tneomoe oi lite uiera, in writing, on or
oeture tne aigatn any oi aanary, A. U. 186. -L-
WILSON
nov2S-dltaww ..; -Z !Cit Clerk
Paving Notice. Paving Notice.
To ail wAsm it may ooaosra :
' ..' Citt Clbbk's Offtob," r
Columbus. 0..i)eo. si. 1868.
- Notice la haMkvaiaww.that nmcaadiaaahawa Vant.
instituted in tbe City Council of Columbus, for mak-
Dg tne toiiowiEgimprovetaents.to-wit: '
For buildinc a donbla carriaffa war ainsla anan
onoaa at tne crossing ma eanai on rnend
street. ....
- Also, for grading- and paying the nupaVeq sido
walka. .utters and orossings on Young street from
Broad street to rttate street. '-'
Also, for building a double row flar atone nava.
ment across fair alley noon the south aidaof Chan
el street.
Also, tor building a SO-lnch brick sewer on Gay
street from Front street to Fifth street.
' The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be ore oared by the Citv Civil Engin
eer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
AH persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
olaim in the omce of toe Clerk, in writing, on or
belore the Fourth day of February, A. 1. 1868.
- . L. Jt.-WILSON.
deca8-dltaw4w City Clerk.
An Ordinance .
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing ionn street train, uieveian Avenue to W ash
ingtoa avenoa. -
Section 1. Beit ordained bv tha Citv Cnnnnil
of tbecity of Columbns, That the sum of Eighty
seven cents, tiix mills be and the same is hereby lev-
ted ani assesaea upon eacn loot iront ot tne several
lots of land bounding or abutting upon John
street from Cleveland avenue to Washington ave
nue, excepting lots Nos. SO, 30 and 31 of R. Neil's
addition, lot No. 1 of Morrison's subdivision of lots
Nes. as and ST of R- Neil's addition and lots Nos. 1
and S of Burwill's addition, as the same are desig
nated upon the plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
in the offioe of the City Clerk, for the oost and ex
pense of grading and paving the gutters and cross
ings and grading and graveling the sidewalks along
the same, according to the estimate of the City
Civil Engineer.
Sac. 2. That the owners cf tba aavaral Wa nf
land anon which, the foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
one in mat nenau to i nomas nctionsia t Jo with
in twenty dats from tha dateot this ordinance, or
be subiect to the interest and Denaltv allowed nnnn
tha same by law. j a ' ' ;
j- 1 , WM. PtAWBTlSJI, '
VV v 'President of the City Counoil.
Passed Dee. 11. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. Wilson. City Clerk.
decas-dlt
An Ordinance
Toassess a special tax upon tha real estate bound
ing tne east side ol itign street lrom JNoble sireet
ta strawberry alley.
Section 1. Be it ordaiued by the Citv Council
of tbe city of Columbus, That the sum of Nine
cents. Three and four-tenth mills, be and the same
is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot front
of the several tots of land bounding or abutting
upon the east side of High street from Noble
street to Strawberry alley, ai tbe same are desig
nated upon the plat of the Civil Engineer, on file in
the office of the City Clerk, for tbe cost and expense
of lowering the flag emssins aoross Mound street
at- tba taa aide at H gbr street, according to the
estimate of the City Civil Engineer. -
sbo. x. That tne owners or tne several lot ot
land upon which the foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf to John Hartman. within twenty
days from he date of this ordinanoe. or be subject
to tne interest ana penalty allowed upon tbe tame
bylaw. . ..
F-IlAtetlTM,
- " ' President of tha City CounoU.
Passed Dee. St, A- D. ie6S. "
Atust: L. K. Wilson, City Clerk.
dec28-dlt.l.tAau
An Ordinance
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing fticft.ee alio j irom seventn street to uieveiana
avenue.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of the citv of Columbus. That the rum of One
Doliar. Eleveareent. Sevan mills be and tbe same
is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot front
of the several lots ot lana nouoaing or abutting
upon McK.ee alley from Seventh street to Cleveland
avenue, as the same are designated upon the plat of
the Civil engineer, on Die in tne omce oi tne uity
Clerk, for the cost and expense of grading and pav
ina the sidewalks, (utters and crossings, and grad
ing and graveling tbe roadwav along tbe same, ac
cording, .loahe estimate of the City Civil Engi
neer. - -
' Sko.1. That the owners of tha several lots of
land upon whioh the foregoing assessment is made
shall pay tha amounts of money by them severally
due in tba behalf ta Miobaetjlalene. within twenr
ty day" from the date of this ordinance, or be sub
ject to the interest and penalty allowed upon the
same by law.
J President ot' the City Conrcil.
Passed Deo. ,A IX 1868. ' -
Attest:, u. JS. Y liON. taeiK. .'u -..;:.ii:
deciid-dlt
An Ordinance
To asssss a special tax upon tha real, eat a to bound-.
log n,ast r aoue lane irom nroaa street xo r riena
street. .-" K 5 I V r- 1
Skctiow 1." Be It ordained by thai City Couneil
of the oity of Columbus. That the sum of One dol
lar. Twenty-nveeents, bix mills, ne ana tne same
is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot front
of the several lots of land bounding or abutting upon
East Public lne from Broad street ta Friend
street, excepting lota number 8. 8, t. 6 and
of George Bellow sab-lot nainber 41 of-Arm
strong addition, aad lota sumLers 1 and I of
Miners aunaiviaion. witn- tne louowingj area us:
Lot No. 39. Armstrong's addition, 78 feet of old
acrb. at tt) eants per loot, as the same are desig
nated upon tbe plat ol the uivil bngmeer, on nle in
the offioe ot the city Cierk, for the oust and expense
of grading and paviux the gutters and crossings
and grading and graveling tne sidewalks along tbe
same, according to we eati aata of the City Civil
Engineer. - - ' '- ' ' ; t
Kaa. 2. Tbas tna owners or tne several lots ot
laa i apoa whioh toe fortgoi g asseaemeat is made
shall pay tna amount ot money by tnem severally
due in that behalf to Wens, Beck Co., within
twenty days trom tha date ot this ordinance, or be
anbiact to the interest and penalty allowed noon
Iheaamebylaw. KiantEv.
President of the City Counoil. '
Pawed Dee. . A. D. less.
Attest: L.E. Wilson, City Clertr,
deoaa-dlt tijUiii.i!iif
An Ordinance! (h
To asses a speoial tax upon the' real estate bound
ing Cast f ublio lane trom Broaov street to I riend
street. f. ' ' ' - '' ' '
SxotionI. Be it ordained or the City Counoil
nf iha itv of Colnmbua. That tha anm ofTbirtv-
one cents. ine mills,- ba aad the same is hereby
levied and assessed upon each foot front- of the
several 1 t of land bounding or abutting upon
kaat Public lana from. Broad street to Friend street.
excepting lot No. 1 of. timer at al. subdivision aad
nos. 31, 47, 8 and s, as tne same are designated
on tbe plat ot the civil trgineer, on nie in tne
.oa of tha Citv Clerk, for the oost and expense
of grading and graveling tbe roadway along the
same, according to the estimate at tne city civil
engineer.
Sko. S. That tha owner of the everal lots oi
land upon whioh the foregoing assessment is made,
shall pay the amoants of money by them sever
ally due in that behall to Martin Kelly and William
Harrison, within twenty days from the date of tbis
ordinance, or be subject to the interest and penal
ty allowed upon the same bv law.
w m. riAuti
President of the City Counoil.
Passed Dee. SI, A- D. 1868.
Attest: U E. Wilson, City Clerk.
decas-dlt.
An Ordinance
To asses a special tax upon the real estate bound-
Was, street Irom Seventh street to washing-
ton avenue.
Section 1. Be it ordained bv tha Citv Council
of tbe City of Columbus, That the sum of Twelve
canta.Twoand four tenth mills be and th e same is
hereby levied and assessed upoa each foot front
of the several lots of land bounding nrabutting upon
Oak street trom seventn street to w asnington ave
nue, as the same are designated upon the plat of
tbe Civil Engineer, on file in tbe office of tne City
Clerk, for tbe oost and expense of graveling tbe
roadway along the asm, according to the estimate
Sao. 9. That the owners of the several lots of
land upon which the foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay tne amounts oi money oy tnem severally
due in that behalt to Walsh A Mollonald, within
twenty days from the date of this ordinanoe, or be
tubjeot to tbe interest and penalty allowed upon
the same by law. r .
n ju. iiAinimn,
President of the City Counoil.
Passed Deo. 31. A.D. 1868..
Attest: L. E. Wilson. City Clerk..
dc2eHt -
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a donble row flag crossing
across Ceuter alley at tne soutu aiae oi spring
atreet. .
Suction 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of tha flitv of Colnuibus (two-thirds ot all tha
members ooncumngi, inavtnere De constructed a
double row flag crossing aoross Center alley at tbe
south side ol spring snoei, in acooraanoe witn
the p at thereof on hie in the office of the City
rM.rlr.
SCO. 3. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from tne toregoing improvemement shall
ha aiMAiutad and levied upon tne several lo a of
bind fronting or abutting on the south side of Spring
atreet irom oik. auwa w auuw .uvm i. -yrrupuT-Uon
to their feet front. wu NAQHTEN,
President of theCity Council.
Passed Deo. 31. A. 1). 18C8.
Attest : L. K, WiLSON.City Clerk.
dec38dlt..-.. .
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row flag crossing
aaioas Canter alloy, at- tha south side of Long
Sxction t. Be ft ordain! by th Citv Council of
the City of Columbns (two-third of ail tbe mem
bers concurring). That there be constructed a
double row flag erossiog across Center alley at tbe
south side of Long street, in aooordance with the
plat thereof oa file in the office of the City Clerk.
Sto. 3. " That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from the foregoing improvement, shall be
assessed and levied upon the several lots of land
fronting or abutting on the south side of Long
street to High street to Third street, in propor-
rttna. tn th.ir feat front. ' . - .1 -w-
sIZ' Z ,T. - - WMNAOHTEfkC
President of the' City Counoil.
Passed Deo. 81, A D. 1868. .
Attest: L. E. Wilson, City Clerk,
dects-dlt
iltlC'l .
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l-OT
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And our ability ta get out work promptly i
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rii ..'i -'- '.':. l , M
JOB PRIOTINGr !
r . .. ; . - :'. ' - -. i . - : .i '
Th repntation of this House for In Job Printing
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; ,.-,. ! Smploylng. a w do, non but tha .- ..
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Bank and ' r -J '
Commercial !
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Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks of an kinds Checks,
Drafts, ' " tie., &c
IS FACT.. '- :': " '
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Wa alio keep on hand a larger (took of '
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Douse in tha oity aueha
Super Royal Mediant,
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CELEBRATED PAPEES OF
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BLANK BOOKS.
W particularly eall attention to th Blank Books
manufactured by us. Wa an prepared to
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Paving Notice. Paving Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Trains E.eaweColjmbsia (raVaci
JDeaot), Aiaily (aBi4aj- fcxeea.t4.
a 3:25 A. M . NIGHT EXPIIESS. arriving at
ZanesvUle at :1 A. M.-Bellair at 10MA. M .
aT m!" WasaingtoB City at 8.-40
: - : ' ...j ;
1 IttO A. M.LIOHTNINQ XPRE88-vriTlng
at ZanesvUle at 17 P. tl : Bellaire at Tio P m'
Baltimora at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at Uai
e:iS P. M. EXPRESS HAIL, arriving at Zanes
illr at 4:65 P. M.; Bellaire at 0:16 P. M.: Baltimora
1 4itS P. M.; W ashington City at iM P. At.
Close connections made at Baltimora and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger, holding through tickets to fasten
eities have th privilege of
F.siting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NTGHT
TRAINS. .
AaU for TICKETS Tla BEtXAIBE
JNO L WILSON. Master of Transportation
L. M. COLE. General Tioket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Oen'l Passenger Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
Th attention of tha Trade i called to th superi
or stook of
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,
Just received ndf sale by
WINS & MYERS
S6, 38 40 NORTH IGH ST.,
COL U M B U S
Our stock oomprisea a full'lina of
Book1
Writing
Colored and
iPrlnt Papers.
' " " ' W have a full stouk of '
ENVELOPES,
' .. .. I ,. r.. .
Of aB siios and varieties, whioh win b cold at th
-. : , lowest market rates. ' - - '-
-1
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1
ova BTOcx of
Is unsurpassed in the oity , inoluding 'f
: BRISTOL BOARD
' R. R. CHECK, :
" COLORED of ail kinds'
And blnk. ' ;;
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V 1 IJ '"- ' '-... -aa '-
FOB THE. IX AIR.
-, Improved I (j
It Is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. .:
' It cause th Bair to Curl beautifully. '
It keeps tha Scalp Clean and Healthy. '
It invigorate the Root of the Hair. -
It foroa the Bair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately (top Bair Falling Out. - - -It
keep the Hair from Changing Color from Aga.
It restore Grey Hair to itu Original Color. - ' . : -
It bring out Hair on head that hav bean bald for
years. ,
t i composed entirely of simple and purely vegeta
ble substance.
It has received over iz thousand voluntary testi
monials of it excellence, many whioh are from
physicians in high standing. .''"'
It-is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in tha glass), by Druggists and Dealers In Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; P. 0. Wells A Co.;
Schicffolin A Co.. New York. iBCHKT-mohST-dly
J. VIENNOT; & CO,,1
GENERAL NEWSPAPER -' l.
Advertising, Agents.
133 Nassau street, flew Uvrat
(EttoblitJitd in, 188S.)
We beg to eall the attention of advertiser to
ouragenoy. Onr facilities with all the first class
daily paper in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give superior induce
ments. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
BEd South American papers, with whom we have
exclusive contracts W . re the onlv house doing
a SPANlBti ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We can. by speoial permission, refer to
Mr. H. f. HafcMoi.D. Druggist, M Broadway.
Messn.V, "it. ' Tiiniuui A Co.. 198 Greenwich
street. New York.
Messrs. Hau. A RrjCKBL, 118 Greenwich street,
Messrs. G. Brtjob's Son A CoTjpe Kouaders, IS
Chamber attest.
Messrs. PBStOM A Sow, New York.
Messrs. Phkloh & CoLLBNDgn, New York.
ite8srs. TanBSNT A Co., New York,' - -
Massra. Chickbkiko ASOH. New York. ....
Messrs. K.dwaT A CO., New York. .
ectM-od3ai ' - -
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
V9.
Th Shortest Route WtltatNo Chansa af r.
lhioago. AaoKog and Indiaaapolia.' v J
7b " 'f"i irii-: a .;." , i, (.
FOUR TRAILS DArbvMearaUnioa Depot.
- lemons, on ana niter nov.sz, IsSeas i-. 2
follow! A . . "
V Si lnjnj 111UUUBTI UMPUaij-T- ABgt BTW
at Milford :17 a m.Urbana lo:lu a i. BeHefontsin
1-nA n m Saadnakv a-oarn a. Pi... ti.ia - ijf!
ledoS Mpm. Detroit 10:40 m. - Aml
Ihis train is run expressly for Toledo and D
kesd of any other route. . . -.
C P. M. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPBESSf
InLO (Mondays excepted). Arrivaa at RnJiai
JunntionaOp m. Riehmmd 01 p m. Indianano
lis 80 p m, Logaufport lOiiO p m, Chiogoa m
Peoria as a m. Uajesbnrg 8-00 a m fiurlingtoa
Iowa, W i m, Keokuk U30 p m. Quincv J p m '
Louisville 2:30 a m. Terre Haute 11:47 p m. Mattoon
SSS am, Cairo 4:40 p m, P,na 47 a m. Alton 840 a
j Till . "---J lulu, opring-
Beld, Il! .,7: a m. . . .
Passengers bv this train reach St. Louis th next
morningie b.araatbeatsl and for points west
of 8t. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of
til Dthar rontM.
f ?8 8?n??? oaeeptedl. Arrivaaat
n J:5ri . 540 ' P- Detroit 8.1 a m. ,
Bradford Junction J30 p m. Loransport 50 a m!
60 a m. si attorn KTs Vrp-rS a.v
SjOO p m. St. Lonia 4:00 p m. Lafaretta lUsfi
?DJ?n!5eld1II,, -4.:,s.B, m- QuincyUSOpm. Keo
kuk 1.-00 a m. Louisville 8au a m. Naah.iiu ao . ,
Memphis 10.-00 a m..
la Hlnin.MMM. t. .Ut. , i . n . '
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without chants. This
ia n.;lll. th. .... f ri.l I T . .
eago, St. Louis and Lonisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Lonisville 9
boura ahead and makes direct oonn.otioc. for
aupoioia ?t si ana ooutu on tram in ad ranee of
any other roata. . . .
1240 A j"' NI.(?HTU ExpBESS. Daily via
" .m...,fi, uuaaji exceieo, via
Logansport. Arrive at Bradford Junction 4:1 a
m. Logansport 0 a m, Chicago Jrf6 p m. Peoria
5:35 pm, Keokuk 10:45 pm, Indianapolis SMim.
.i ... . . - .. 11 i"pn. -iafooB .
300 p m. Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa 5K)0 p m. Alton M n -
M kl I n.ii.lfl.lR n M I C - . .. . - -
i V -iw. o:iv p m. lyoaia-
vi le 5.-00 p m, Nashville Min, Memphis 4:15 a a.
Passengers by tuis trainarrive the same day at '
St. Innia 21 hnnra mni Th;... a 1. .1 . . .
w Mvmsm muwmn aa
any other route.
STATE BOOM SLEEPIXQ CABS
Bunin hi train from Pittshurgh to Tndianapoll. "
Aw Call for Ticket via Lcgansporv at . I"diaa-1 '
apolia.
Sta- Tl.V.ta fa. ..I. TT.:n. ..j ot rt
Cnlumhua, and at all -principal Railroad Ticket.
r. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent. ,
' ' J. M. LI) NT. General Supairntomleat. : it
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
38Hvs): Tara-al n ear ""-illj-; "
'' ' ' EXCEPT SUNDAY. ' ' '
.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains a th
UtUe Mlaami Jt Vlanatbu Jfc- Xsisatai j
I - ! 1 -J.U t.-BaUIaAgJb.i . .
.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at lilt J
A. M. Will stop at Delawsn-r. Cardingtou. Gilead.
Galion, CrastUna. Bkelby. Bhiloh, New London,
Wellington. Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve. ,
land aias A. M., New Tork 7M A. liT Tbis train ' '
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Columba
at 54)0 A. M. - Will stop at all way itatioaa. . This. ?
train start from the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRKfSS-Leaves Columbns at T
11:10 A. M. it ill stop at Delaware, Ashley .Carding. 7
ton, Galion, Crestline.riheihj, New London, Wei
lingtoa. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3 P. M., New York next day at P.M. - -
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leave Columbus at.: .
P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lwi Center.
Delaware, and all Station to Shalby and Saitoh.'.
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at:E0 P. M., New Turk :ii iCk. 0
Passenger for Fort Wayne and Chicago-, bytak-; j
ing this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at
6:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayae at- lliM P.
Ch cago at 6:00 A. M.. beiaavin advance of all oth
er rout-s, have ample time for . breakfast. and taka
the earliest train for the West.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL- O
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 1 JO P. M. Will .,
atop at all stations between Colombo and Spring ' -field,
arrivimr at Delaware at S-M P. k, Smnmeldd
t 50 P. M. Tbis train leaves Springfield at 7.-00 A.
M arrives at Delaware at tU A. AC- CalBtakaa
Paii Slepl-arJar) areraB oa tll -t
JaiBkt 'l'ra r-t- CTlsicasjCO,
i-Itew-TjrligaiilT' sbT
..-;.. t .-, :,,. i:. l-j-n
A" Bggt checked through 'tiT New Tork and
Boston, viaCievaland f alas, .tia Pkiladeiphia aad z
New York, vi CrejUuie. ., ,
' RETURNING? - -
Night Express arrive at Columbus at V46A. M.. r,j
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus aft:
P. -St.- ;jj , -. .r- : .-j -.'aOlW
' Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 5 P.M. , .
1 Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Oolumsu 1
at 10:40 A.M.
Far ' ava -nVmr mM T ssatw Otbar Raastai
, Ask for Ticket via. OraaUima or Cleveland, :. . a.
: . E. S-fLINT.-
10 Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. -
' r' ij o ' .JAMES PATTERdON,:. ;l
, , - .Agent. Columba. Ohio.,
, Oolnmtu. Nor. M. 1888. "- "' 10
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia.
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Nov. SM. IMS, FOtR -TRAINS
DAILY will leave Colnmbn
FOB dNCINNATI, LOUJBflLlB, CAIEO, '."
L0UI8, DATT0N, EICHKOND, U- . . :
' . . SIAHAF0US A CHICAGO.' .
Withoa change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
- M.0ND, and only on change of oars to IK
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
.' - I - - - ' .- - : .--1
Conneeti ona are reliable a foUowgol :j ;.
; -., ut FIRST TRAIN KDailyJ. 5-.1
Leavea at. 9 A, M. for Cinoinnarl,' CJ-elevflla .
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chiliioothe: stops at Loo
. don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a "
' Cincinnati at 70 a- m.
. iv.ii: -.Ti .! SECOND TBADtJ
1 (Dally except SnndayO
Leave at BtOO A. M. -for Cirwinnatl, Dayton
. Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selira,
' Cadarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
. South Lebanon. Fosters. LorelanH Milford. ar.
" riving at Cincinnati at 106 A. M eonnectima
with the Mail BoaU..,,: .., ...,. , .77V
.-v -, THIRD TRAIN. in ,.;
v . (Daily axoept SundsysJ ;
Isave at 1:45 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aad
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at '
d0 P. M. - -- -
! FOURTH TRADf;
- s :
" (Daily except Sunday.)
1 iaves at P. M. for Cfooinnati. Dayton and
Springfield via London, stooping at Alton. West
- Jefferson. London. Sonth Charleaton. Kalma.
Certarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaad. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. At, ,; ..
8ieepls.tr 3an ata at 11 PJIgb Trtaltsa,
- HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent, ' ,
i!" . :; ' - W. H. H. SHINN, Agent. - "
JOHN DURAND, I .?.: m. t.
Genl Sapenntendeiit, 1 r,iju , , . .
W. L. O'BRIEN, - f intBBrraBV' 1 :
- Goal Ticket AgV)' , . v;i .'' ir-
. 1
it
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
On ana alter Deo. 18th. lfA train.' min n.
follows: . n 'i .. . - ;
Leave. N.Y. Express.,:, 1;, Mail . .Fast Lina.
Columbns.. ..8:15 A, M., SHIS P.M. ,1150 A.M.
BWHK I A. jji. o r. in. j. I . .ti ,
teubenville-V.;54 A. M .U P. M. ' SM P. M,
Amvaai 1, j . . - ' v
Ptttahnra-h ' 19 OS M. !! i. M.
7S0 P. M.
rlarriabnnr....lO:e r. M.( o:soa.m.
PhUadelpbii
New York.
.H.S.JHI - J" - - .9.A.AI -
. :1B A. M. 70 P. M. . 18:80 P. M.
. J0A. M 4P. M. 4A.M.
4.1 C A M ID-IO P U - u V
Haltimora.i.
Washington..
? Bio P. M. A. M ! U0 P. M
Uoston.
E'esrmnt stata room sleeping ears on all night train .'
in tha vast Line tbe celebrated "silver Pa lana
day and night ears are run through from Colombo
to Philadelphia aad New York without ehanga. . .
aaT Passensers bv the SKK) A. .M. Snndav trala
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning. "
an advantage never betjoc efiered., ., ; ...
. S. P. SCULLL ,
.-:! ueaillcKai Agt, Btaabeavtlle. O. ' 1
W. W. CARD.. Superintendent, SMobenviU,Q
j . ' , H.BTBROOKS,
, . - Tioket Agent, Cetamhaa. 0. ''
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent. Columbus. O.
Piuo.l0-dly- - - - -I C '
' COAL?
T." ALLEN, Agent.
WtLt, COfTlTVE THE COAL. BU
NESS at his present stand.- - -
i No. 1S3 Kmrtb HIgli trset,
anf will taVa nnlara in both CAMBRIDGK a
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to Mil
the lowest market -price.- ' -
AT Kpecialattenuon paia to snipping,
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