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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
if mar I i . i v ( '
Showing the an
arrival and darjartnrenf trains al Co
ambus, OhioOa aiwLaftar Monday. Nov. sod.
8 triin will ran a follows! i
XMTtUa, Columbus Ct aim B. K.
- -BAT-.- IIUTI'
. 1:10 A.M. Wi.M'
11:10 A. M. .. 130 P. M,
S:4S P. M. .:S5 P.M.
t:S0 P. M. 10 A. M
fcoo A. M. . P. M.
fW.T. .-Western Ixpratr
New York Express..
Mail anil - xpress..-.
Springfield Aooom. via ')!.
4o. I Aeoomraodatioa. .... .
, ' Thii reln,lenves Sunday morning not Monday
i. . " JAMES PATTERSON Arent.
Clttle - la-at 4;luualwa Xaal H.M.
i "" ' k J) Hi : -BAV.- ARMTB.
Night Exoreee 8:0c A.M. 1:00 A. M'
Oiooinnati Aooummodatioo- 5:00 A. M. :35 p. M.
Express.....,...-,!....'...... 1:45 P.M. 11:00 A. M?
Sxpreae.....-.:... ........... :00 P. M. im p.m.
, - ,.,. .4 j.. - .. H. H. SallSN, Atrent.
tfaltlnaara Oala Kallroa, Ccatrml
.", J. Oiriaion. t ,
. , ' " ', '. 1.KATB. . ' IFHIT.
Hum KxprM..-;:...y;. sss a. m. imo a. mj
ki go. ruing fcxpreas.. 11:10 A. M. 6:85 V. H i
xpresa Mail..-.-....--. 1:18 P. M. lasio P. 11.!
.'"-'- . . A. D. Smitb, Ak-ent. , I
Velaaakao, Chicago ass Indiana Cen-
' IralHallarar.
t r i ? . .'vl-li - .. ' - T.BATB. - ARRtVB.
Night Kxpran..w......H A. 31. - ftfa A. M.!
Toledo Eipr..-... ... 8.ih) A. M. , J P.,11.!
Western Exprese.,... ...... S 5TJ . M. T5 P. M.j
Bay Kxpreae... 1: P. M. 11KW A. M. .
-i - , . u i, i'-'i ij. : ,. G. A. Hill, Agent.
aaaikr. flaatlltM Jr. Newark. ft. 11. !
' Tra leave ewerk and arrives follow'.
--. w m LKAVE. ARRIYB.
Day txtfrwa .-Z?.:K'J.tt.- 1:45 A. M W .. M.
Frigtrt -an Atoorajoaodation 7S A. M. 7sS0P il.
Hail and Axnau .1235 P. M. 2:15 P. il.
AMUaaxtrrKW VtMclnnati et .- Insula
t AIIIT:
E:4& P. Ml
;:at:4&P. M.
Tra-aYof fcxpraaf.
.-..Jli A.M,
.... 11:2a A'H,
riirnmina express..
Had aad x
Ixpraaa i.
anwea AaoomiBOdatioB tWiA.a
: aw X
ark Exrreaa tan dailr
All :4tbat traijia
rj)aiiaiiea AoaemmbdatioaV itwtt trori
n all7, axeapt sanaar.
t Job s B. PBTBHaS Agent,
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
lisiitaa iv.wi;.. .i . u
aaiaf''lrnTniirn' Halls.
AIRtTlli . . CLOSXS.
A. M. P. U. ',X. M. F. X
U ajo liftjo jo
Jrijk JMaobaaviU a
PiUfbumn
Sastara Waj UaiU. C. C.
'O.R...,
tortharaoL. via Ft. W. A
:lV..'TSiOO
:;.' iv. .
r.';:16.
.... l- ....
11: 7:30
UM .....
1:00 '7 JO
730 ....
d bUitt.iO, S.R. .i. r t
Chioio.TiaC.P. AX. J, t ''
XUtla aiaau R.R Tkro j r
uttia Miami k.k..m.
O. O. K. B.. Kewark.
'SaotJiTilte ft Wheeling.
ViX. K- Wt t......
0Pt. WXaroat-D aad
tYt ..... . .
fXn.Uvilla. diilUaotha A
1!:M
liao
"PoTlaiBoath ' '..V. 0" 7..-. 7:9y
aoeaatar. Ohia....j.. v.. '.-. . KM . 70
ut M ay. National RoadMrM .... ....
t. Varnom ajWaatarr.r r t- f :
Tilla.Ao.... w ,H30 s... Mnr. W
Jorth Colnmbn and Clin-" '" . " " '
VooTilta...... ;10J
Waetainctoa C.H..TiaHar-)
Itsboig, -. twi-weexij I- ,
rrires jnonaayi t w- . ju
TJ0
eadayt. Fridays and f
Imtm Tnaadava.
1, 1 nors 1
aaya ana eatnraays,... TiifiK
Centre Village, (tei-week-) - . , : .
ly.) Tuesdays, Thursdays) list.
4 115
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. A Hunter's Story.
rvThj SoothamTitrtter' tell wonderful
rterves of their adventures in the forest.''
r1 tl . . -1. c 1 n
A.J Ottia fioi care tu yuuuu iw iuciu nil,
nor, indeed, for any on 6 of them; but it
is W&ber to remember. that -what appears
to be pcredible to the man pf-civiliza-'
tion' Beem8 lo be quite . propable, : even
commonplacB in the western wilds. Let
na toll a airiJta attirv to 'illustratfl somn
of their eiaggerationsj which was re'la- .
ted to a circle .of Southern- men on . a
Mississippi steamboat and did not seem
to fie doubled as' authentic incident, by
any one of the company,r, f-Lfi T:i n
The peccary is a creature of. the hog?
roecies and is Utterly fearless. It pays
n.o:irgar to rifle balls hblesa, they Lit Jt.
aad never hesitates to attack any one and
eyeryxme, whether, man-or. beasts that
comes across its path. - A relentless
Xfis1wl,S"5Vlla'n8f7. be bunt
ff t tbeir owft'aafety,'' as' well as Vgiv-.
of the sport.' It has gained the repnta- -tiesF
of -bein 'tbft-only- game-'wbich
the experienced hunter run from instead "
oAa'xaav oncel said- te.W AS shooting
i-m m amramn mrA lrlllua mWlla' f ,ltiPI-
eaHes.VTli8 creature roams in flocks' of .1
from ten to fifty. In ao, instant the Hock
- wta npon hint when ba at onca -torned
: and! 'irait'to cair tri And'eprab'g into its I
branches. Une, tKQaJuiree pours passea,
and still tA beiptsame -H. was separated
fftta biB friend, And did net dare, to stir.
Getting iineasy both." in . mind and body, '
h nroyedia little to make bis seat easier, .
ad losing bis ibalanca helelL:-.Liickily,
be'saJdi be dropped his rifle, and caught
bold of Che branch of the tree and clune
to. it tor life,'.wi.tbin couple of. yards of
fTbls at Very okkard, "and' I .could
s6e' the 'peccaries Jumpin'up t6 catch
- biold t of my jTortuaately : ' they
couldn't reach, and I toonghtlwas safe.
Tint Ani-o aaa th nnnnin'- of them 'rit
ters'' Several ' of them laid '6nKitheir
Bbmachs while others got npon, their
backs so a ta? form platform; The
head peccary oi on' it and jumpin' up
seized' ;tbe beel of .my 'jight foot. I
kicked , at bim with, my left foot like
v hoTM, irnd while iwe were atrfiggling
n .flu. fnuiMn.1 ' vnllAj? Ant frnm nnrlpr
bimt sind left him hanging to my heel by
tba taaka, whila bis friends were granting
away like inad all around. : They made
a(dreadfuTnoise, "and I began to make np
i riy mind, to fall -and !ry what a rush
would do among them, wbeq crack went
a rifle and down wentlhe biggest peccary.
It took nia sr by surprise that I dropped
tei thai ground, and aaw that my friend
bad com tip.'' Bat he- was soon in as
bad flx,as X had been myself. ; "
J The peccarifis made a rush for him,
and he-was- glad to do as I had done-
drop oSb rifle And hist himself np a tree.
X made for my tffle, loaded it, $n& fired;
when- Uie pf sky i things turned upon, me,
and I had to dsop it again and run np
the tree double quick.'r' Then my friend
came'dowa. and got bis rifle, and blazed
trwayat tbem .agaiB, and they .went at
him full pelt; then I came down and fired
at them again ; and we kept np a .firing,
turn about, ubU yotj." may "believe me
or not, stranger, "as you please, we done
thu fifteen times,an(Pilled the thirty pec-
'Ibis story, witn occasional variations,
-was told aa a tree., story of .Texan hun
ter's life. Whether it.is true, the reader
can judge. ,.V' . -J- t ".' J- '
Frbb Masons, ItJ is estimated that
the Masonic wdeir, at pfesentj contains
about 1,250,000 " members.. Of . this
nomber tSO,000 aretin England,. 100
000 in Scotland, and- 50,000; in Ireland.
There are About 600,000 on the contin
ent ot Europer 300,000 in the'tJhited
Sutes, arid-60,Ofjr)' Iff 'Other' parts of the
world. In England .there 'are' two" or
three thousand, persons initiate4 every
yar ani tba, MaaQnio body ia said to be
everywhere increasing;: ' r ' -: .ar-'t
, - - ; ' mm --'-- - t
Accorb!UJ tq toe, biennialreport of the
State tTmaurera tha-prineipal-ef .the
public debt of the State of Illinois, basV
withj vhlast tw'oyara.ieen,. reduced
by,tbB'unvffl ia,65689 leaving the
snnonatiltstandiBg on ,Jeef lBt, 1868,
al '5,98845S. Th rrJceipts foi the two '"
Teara.jimauig'S'b.' 30th'.J868': $6,335,-1
5D6w.an4 itb rebursement8,,302,727,1
with a balanceInteasurjf 1,447,
04li Tne'rflyenues ."derived irom, the
llUnoiw Ajentia, vairosiu. uz 1 u
ylaxaansoaBted to $860,185., .The debt,
tbe interesVon avbiebfe payable! in geld '
in London, amonntaOoJ(168,18Ti andJ
tha TreaaOTwr iCottfmrid!' tbej' inveBt-
TJHt.nd imdHli 'pryroprfatfbljibfJ
the prold interest to liquid? QiUieSV
fTif tlin fnrMr lnan linMflrn, Itr-roarl
being obIijd2fi$68,57S-
change, aa waa"required in I8&7" ani
MISCELLANEOUS.
An Ordinance.
Toassass a spedTal tax open the real attata bound-'
7 ins aa Hixh (treat from a pbint 125 feet south
, Friend atraet to the south line of South J'nolio
X K " r C '
MlOtlON I. Bait ordained Tit Ilia CitT (nnnnil
of tha itr .of Cutumbue, That the iia of Fire
Uollars baand theBAmoisnarebjleTieaandaa3eS8
ed upon each foot front of the several lota of land
boundinr or abattins noun Hiah street from
point lii feet douth of Friend st.ee t to the south
line of boutn rnblio lane, aa tne stme are de?is;
nated nnon the plat of tha .Civil nffineer. nn fi!i
iir thaoffioe of the City Clerk, for the partial ami
aaaexpenseoi exoavauna ana paving t be road war,
suiiiviv tun wunaiuii aiuus ma eauie WHO. tue 1110'
oisn aaveuient. ....
fcr.C.a. TIia tlie owners tit thi seTsraf lna
ina upon wpion toe iQre?oin-aiaess'ji(iDt is made,
shall par the amounts of money bj them severally
due in that behalf to Jn. W'aUh A Co. within twen
ty aara irom tne date ot this ordinance, or be sub
eet to the interest and, penalty .avowed npon the
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
r:0 PER CNT. BEDUOTIGN.
TOTICE TO mUKCltAIVf f. BANK-
1.1 ers. Broken, Publiss,ers, Stationers, Print
ers, uuuipauies, ijawjers. Arcniteois. ncooois,
(terevmen. Circalars. Prices Current. Lettara.
(5aottions.Cs.tahjgueB. Music. 6rn? documents or
drawings may baoutained-at thaf dlowtna extraor
dinary cheap' pHoea t 100 copies, fac ctujilies, of
any document ot .drawing. Jo., 2: 60 oopjen, S5;
l.OUO-copier, fa. Ad.; lCt.000 copies, (450, or 60 per
cent, appnie f bare price may be saved by using
MaunoVs- PateiJt Autokraphio rrintirg Press, lor
8&oa.vi'nhlisaMWi aiiwiwrs,r Printers, -Schools,
ouipanies, Ac. Price (SO. A young boyoan strike
off loo copies, letter sise, per hour, of any ducu-
meiiarawing. muria, witn toegreeteftwa inly.
Maurice's Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
prices. Public experi menu each -Saturday . -All
kinds ot l.iihogrsphio work are dona
witn tne greatest care at The lowest rates. Maur
ice's Patent dntoaraphie and l.ithosrophio Print
ing, Writing and engraving Establishment, 10
iiorm vv imam street, pis lore.
aecl7-a3tawly-TNV . .
Turnpike Notice.
frl Sri
APITAL
J. stock 01 the Lancaster.
liithopolie A Urove-
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified that
there will be a meeting of the stockholders of said
Company on SATU KUAY, FEBRUARY 6th, lew,
at the office of John Alorehart. Esq., Lithopolis,
Fairfield oonntv. Ohio at 10 o'clock A. M. 01 said
day, for the purpoBeof eleoting seven Uireotors of
said inrnpike rosdjox tne ensiunc year. -
January Otb IcaO.iX -C--. . - 5 -
-. H. U. HKJMUrHiPI. SB.,
President of said Turnpike Company.
dec8Idltaw4wAwtd
Turnpike Notice. Stockholder's Meeting.
OFFICE OF THE )
COLUMBUft, Chicago a Ind. Cent. R't Co J
Columbia's, O., Ueoembet x4th. 1868. )
AlrlEKrinC UFTI1ESIOCKHOLD.
ers of the Colnmbna. Crrieam and Indiana
Central Kail way Company will b a beld at the of
nie 1 toe company, in tne city or uolumbus,
State of Ohio, on FRIDAY, tha S9th da, of JAN
UARY 186. between the hours of 10 A- M., and 2
P. M., to approve or reject a contract vith toe At
lantic A Great Western Railway Company and the
trie rfauway Company, and lor otner purposes.
-iSoraarof thaijpard-. - ri -!!"' - '
, - i GORDON HOODIE, 1
deoSO-dtd Secretary.
S. S. FINNEY'S
T.ANC1SG ACADEMY IS KOW OPES" AT
Anauchton HALL-
For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from S to S
P. M. Gentlemen's evening class at AM BOS
HALL. J3d intt.. at o'clock P. kl. - oet!4
WATCHES AND 'JEWELRY-
f Si i 1. V LESQUEREUX
, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WATCHES
J EWELR vt
O C7
SII.TER and
PLATED WAKE,
CAKES,'" firaCTAClES,
Cl'TLERY,
GOLD PEX9,
POCKET-BOOKS and
. O X C3 UpERA CJIJ.4SSES'
ET ENDLESS VARIETY.
S.eecoiaasryi aw hand si. large assortment of'
J Tttaniaa) aavd Waterbnxr Clocfca
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. : Also,'' Agents
ior tne
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
es (Frenoh and Geneva) in foil supply at. ,
Jl T l' "1 .1 ow rates. . ?T, . H T.
r All order iromntb. illarl anil latlafanttnn
leoie-eoaiy no. vi Dontn uign St.. yoiambas.
MEDICAL.
The Oreat agealelne fbr the Sstln. tares
wltamat fail, every kind or nn-
-slatiSlr ernrt,aa or-taerxaee, f
!5 -
lrtilKig-, ' Irrl'ntlnc, or ;
rdlatrenr.'.ewBrtQpfia iii '
SHaeaae oa any part
of Use person. -
.-"Jl" hat nearly relieved me of that mortifyinif ermp
fioa, and I am now looking qMite like a man" writes
Charle RINoble. General Agent of aiiaA.entnii
B. K., mnnadway. N. ;-: ;; -. j i ?
W find it an inveilnabH remedy for Tetter, ie.,
wriu Iligley Bros., Srjiggista, Fairfield, Iowav ,
"I hare tried yonr mnhmlhr remedy "for TJarber'r .
J(c with treat t4xem," writes C v. Jumout. of
Leomiuster, Mass.
Send for circular- Prlo,-"r5 t: and tlJV J
Prepared only by "sOLON'p'aLMEB,
36 West Fourth StraetCuolnnatl. O.
For Bale by Druggists generally. iiW
septll deodiwly
mW PHILOSOPHY-OF MARRIAGES A Nrw
Codrsb OF Lkcttjrbb, as delivered at the New
York Museuni-vof Apatomyr em bracing ,the "sub
jects i How to live anjl -what io live forj.Vo.Btb.
aiatariiy ma via irce; aiannooa Kenerai'y review
ed : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage philosoph
ically oonsidered, Ac.
Pocket volumes containing- these lectures ,will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
feur atampe. t addreestM, BSBKtl'ftKI. J1
York cskcm op Anatoht ikd Sciknob. 6ip
Bboapwst fw rum. yfrv-tehs-rni
BOOTS, AND. SHOES.
ESPlBS.
o. -Boms gm
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW XIltM.
rrt m. 8HEPARD HAVI'VO FORITIED
A a partnership with G. HOR1GER. for tbe
nnrnnsa of i-.rrvi n . nn tha Knnfc ana Shim trmAm at
wa laa fciit ."b-ii uvj-iu axb k- kbtp
i j ii mu- e - a T'li'
public generally to call and examine tbeirfine and
well selected stock of Lsdies'. Gents'. Misses' and
Children' treots and Sbr.es.' this dayfwceived di-reeVfrom-rB
base-,-and which tbey Brermwfferlng
lor sale on the most reasonable terms- In oar man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
,, VU1U lm,IUII 1 11 . 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 LI VI 1 UU IU.
CUSTOM MAVJS WOMK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Please give ns a call. No trouble to
show goods.
Remember the place : No. 163 Sooth High street,
8HEPA.rU) A HOKIGEK.
Colnmbna, O.' Sept. M, 188S. seplS-dtf -
BANKERS.
P;f W.IIIifiUNTINGTDNu& CtT.
B A NK'E R S ',9
Corner Broad & 'High, Sta
'a-i i ''. - " :' -. .
COLUMBUS,
febe-dly
OHIO.
r. a.TDB.I. i08. HCTCHB80K.
W.B. BATI '
HATDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
a
NO. IS S. IIICiH STREET,
f'I t '1A ' J ;)
ian0-dly-r " Colnmbna, O.
XI
- GROCERS.
JU1LU0 VkV
NO. 14 $ 1 SOUTH HIGH STREET
OBOCEB8,
PROPRIETORS CO LIT ftlHCfeiPOtl??
Or R MAGAZiN E. and agents for tha aala ni
Hasard Powder Compauj's Powder. Agenu for
the sale of . .
uAnltAiiKi rnirra s vua
Celebrafed &mgmwr Cared, IIBnsj-
..l iCilJCi Jnddeklatsin 11J l'Jia vJ
TOKEIQN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
UriUUliKlliS - -
I. .11 that warlatiaa. ImDortad Wines. Rranrliaa
Cigars, eta. ,OiiVUNl'
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice.
of
a
To aU tcAon it tmiy Concen : - '
" I ' ' V ! ' : C'TY CILKKK'S OFFICE." I
Ul. lv OLBMBUS, O.. Nov. 13. 1888J
- ottoe m hereby civen that proceedings nave been
instituted in "the City Council of Coiumbus, fo
making tha following improvements, to-wit : 1
tor grading and paving tha nnpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of the va
aant ground west af the market bouse, and for pa
ring the balaaoe of. said vacant ground with Nio 1
sx.n pavemeint froai Town street to Kieh street. '
jenter aliajr on Ihe Jouth side of, Sprint
" iiwauio ro.w oi nag crossing
wiwi VII
street,
Alan, for lavin a ilnnKl A . . .
Center alley at the snath side of Long street.
.he same to bedone In accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the Citr Clerk. .
ah persons claiming damages on account) of said
proposea improvements, are required to file tLeil
elairaain the office of she Clerk, in- ritior.-on or
before the Eighth day of January. A. D. 18C9. .
' , J - wilSon
novSB-dltaw4w . . rjitr Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all whom itjfnayconotrn: . , -..... '
.
, . - . CiTt ClgRg's OrFicg.f.
'
- a-Ooi-cmbub. Orilec. Ji, lwiii., J;
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been!
insulated in theuity "onnoilot Uolumbu
us.Formak
ing toe following improvements. to-wit
Knr bnildina a A,.nhla'Mrriav w. . aine-1 n.W
i
unuKa.ik mo .erussiuK .01 me. canai .ou , j? riead
Kreet. - J !' - .-...- i... , . -
A tso,.ior grading and paving the nnpaved side
walks, -tutters and Orossings on Young street from
Also, for Building a double row1 flss? stone nava.
meat across Fair alley upon thesouth side of Chap
el street'.' ' - "-
Also, for building a 30-inch brick sewer on. Gay
rMM. l.1 . ......... (..ii-v . - -. .. .
bmv, num ruuiiBLira,i'TinD street). '
The same to be done in accordance with trfa? anil
estimates to-be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and nied in tne omce at tne uity uierk. ' ,
All person claiming damages on account ' of siid
fiutmu iui,iv.,uiBuw, .10 ii7uilU IU 111 O V 1113 1 r
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, ou or
Mo amia. aay-iiaear nary. a. li.uim.
- --'I. K. W I 1 .XI
leoaerdltawiw City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
Tif assess a spearstl tax open the real estate bound-
AncJnhn ilwl f. . n 1 :i...l.J A , V.- . I.
. w ..vo. vav, v.wui. A I VUMW ,v BB Mil
ington avenue.
Section 1. Be it oriiained bv the Citv nnniuii
of tbeoity of Columbus, lhat the sum of Eiahtv-
iSQven cents, oix muis oe and tne same ja neuny lev
ied ano assessed upon eacn loot irut ot tne several
lota of. land Bounding or abutting, npon Joan
street from Cleveland avenue to Washington ave
nae. excepting lots Nos. S9. 30 add 31 of II. Neil's
addrtion, tot IS o. of Murrtsn's subdivision of lots
Nos. 36 and 87 of K. Neil's addition and lota Nn. l
and 2 of Bur will's addition, as the same are desig
nated tnpon the plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
in the olEoeof 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, aconrdiog to the estimate of tLO City
Civil Ensineer. -
--Sao.;:.. Tbat-theiwBer -ef the several lots of
land noon wnicn tne ioregoine assessment is made
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
UUB I il i.uaii irau.ii u, , uuuias oicluuaia (1 Bo WltU"
in twenty dav s from the date ot this ordinance, or
be subiect to the interest and Denaltv aUowed iinon
tue Jiame - s
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dec2S-dlt
An Ordinance.
Toassess a special tax noon the real estate bonnd.
I tng the east side of High Btreet from Noble street
to i-iirawDerrv auey.
.Section 1. Re it ordained bv the Citv Conni.il
of tbe city of Columbus, That the sum of .Nine
coats. Three and four-tenth mills, be and the same
is hcVeby levied and assessed upon each-foot front
of the several lots of land bounding or abutting
upon the east side of High street' from Noble
street to strawberry alley, a; tne same are desig
nated npon the plat of tbe Civil Engineer, on file in
theotiioe of the Jity clerk, for the oosfrand expense
of lowering tbe nag cross in acrose Mound street
at tne east side ot ti gn street, acaording .to tne
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Sue. a. That the owners of tbe several lots of
land noon which the tort-sroinBT assessment is made.
ball pay the amounts of money by tbem severally
due in that behalf to John liartman. within twenty
days from the date of this ordinance, or be subject
to tne interest ana penai;? auowea upon tne came
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dec--i8-dlt -,'..
An Ordinance.
assess a tax npon estate ¬
ing Mcn.ee alley irom oeventn street to Cleveland
avenue.
Kkhtion 1. Be it ordained bv fhe Citv Council
of the city -ol Columbus, Ttat tho rum of One
Dol.ar. Eleven cents. Seven mills be and the same
is hereby levied and assessed npon each foot front
of tbe several lots ot land bounding or ahntting
UDon McK.ee alley from Seventh street lo Cleveland
avenue, as the same are designated upon the plat of
the liivu tngineer, on me m tne omce or tbe Uity
Clerk, for the cost and expente of grading and pav
ing the sidewalks, gutters and crossings, and grad
ing a&d graveling tbe roadwa, along the same, ac
cording, ia the estimate of the City Civil Engi
neer. Sec. S. That the owners of the several lota of
land npon whioh tbe foregoing assessment is made
sbati pay -she amounts et tneney bv them severalty
due in that behalf to Michael Malone, within twen
ty days from the date of this ordinanoe, or be sub
ject to tbe interest ana penalty allowed upon tne
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
decid-dlt
An Ordinance.
To assess a tpeoial tag npon the Teat estate bound-
Ing East Pnblio lane Irom Broad street to Friend
atreet. i : j.i J . , 1 M -J -f -. f
Sbction 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of the oity of Columbus. That the sum of One dol
lar. Twenty-live cents, six mills, be and the same
is hereby levied and assessed npon each foot front
of tbe sever. Jots of laod bounding or abutting npon
East Pnblio lane from-Broad street te Friend
stt et, excepting lota numbers S, S, 4, and
of George Hollows sob -lot number 41 of Arm
strong's addition and -lota numbers 1 and-8 of
Miner s subdivision: with the following credits:
Lot No. 29. Armstrong's addition. 75 feet of old
curb, at 20 cents per toot, as the same are desig
nated npon tbe plat of the Civil Engineer, on file in
tbe office ot tbeoity Cierk. for the cost and oxpense'
of grading and pavina the gutters and crossings
and grading and graveling tLO sidewalks along tbe
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-.SEO.-.r That thi -owners of the several lots of
Ian upon which the foregoi g assessment is made
sball pay tne amounts ct money Dy tnera severally
due io that behalf to Weni, Beck A Co., within
twenty days trom the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to tbe interest and pena'ty allowed npon
tbe same law. " -
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dee2B-dlt '
An Ordinance.
To at nil a soecial tax noon tha real eetate bound
ing bait Public lane irom Broad street Co r riend
street. . - -
SkctionI. Beit ordained by the City Connoil
of the city of Columbus, Tiirt the sum of Tnirty
one cents, ine milhrv be and the' same is hereby
levied and assessed upon each foot front of the
several 1 ts f .land, bounding' or-abutiiog.unon
East Publit lanaf rem Bfuad street to friend stwiet.
excepting lot ro. 3 of Miner et al. subdivision and
lot No 41 of Armstrong et al subdivision of outlots
Nos. 31, 47. 43 and 49, as the same are designated
upon tbe plat of the Civil Ecgineer, on tile in the
office of- tbe-City 4Jlerk, for tbe oost and expense
of gradinf and graveling the roadway along the
same, according to the estimate of tie City Civil
engineer.
H no. i. That the owners of the several lots ol
land noon which the foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them sever
ally due"ia that bebalt to Martin Kelly and W illiam
Harrison, within twenty days from the date of this
ordinance, or-ne sutrjeorvo tne interest and penal
ty allowed the same bv law.
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
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An Ordinance.
rTtf 'assess a special tax upon the real estatcTbound
w in ,tc'et froal SoTenth street to Washing-
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ton STSDOS- ,
Krction 1. Be it ordained bv the Citv Council
oCthe City of Columbus. Thai the sum of Twelve
cents. Two and four tenth milts be anil tbe.same is
hereby levied and assessed upon each foot front
of tbe several lots of land boundinr nrat.ntting upon
Oak street Irom Seventh street to Washington ave
nue, as tbe same are designated npon the plat of
the Civil hngincer, on file in the omce of the City
Clerk, for tbe ooi-t and expense of graveling the
roadway along the same, according to the estimate
of the Citv Civil Eneineer.
Sec. 3. That tbe owners of the several lots of
land noon whioh the foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay tbe amounts of money by them severally
dna in that behalf ti Walsh A Moilonald. within
twenty days from tbe date of this ordinance, or be
subject to tne interest ana penalty allowed upon
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dec-dit
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row flag crossing
across Center alley at the south side ot Spring
, street.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of the oity of Coluuibus (two-thirds ot all the
members ooncurring). That there be constructed a
double row flag crossing across Center alley at tbe
south side of Spring street, in accordance witn
the P at thereof on file in the office of the City
Clerk.
Sko. 3. That all damages, costs and expenses
arising from, the foregoing improvemement sball
be assessed and levied upon the several Io of
land frentingorabaWingon thesouth side of Spring
street from High street to Third streets in propor
WM. NAGHTEN.
WM. NAGHTEN. President of the City Council.
WM. NAGHTEN. President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dlt
Paving Ordinance.
ABr-Ordrnance to fcnild -donble row flag crossing
ii atr-ffl y-- Hj. at -h. Booth, aide' of Long
SictwON 1. Beitordainai by the Citr Council of
the City of Columbus (two-thirds of all the mem
bers concurring). That there be cups true ted a
Hnnhta row flar crossing across Center alley at tbe
Heath sidetatLorig- Street, in accordance with the
plat thereof on file in the office of the City Clerk,
J XUa. Mil UBUlMVa, WW... wuu ,AnHBa
arising from the foregoing improvement,shall be
assessed and levied npon the several lots of land
fronting or abutting on the south side of Long
street tosHtgtt street to Third street, in wropor
rtion to-their feet front? "
Paving Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: WILSON, City Clerk.
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BLANK- BOOKS.
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BALTIMORE & OHIO
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Asepat), Aialljr (sandafs excepted.) ;
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r3:25-.A- .3l'I'laHT EXPRESS., arriving at
ZanesvUle at -13 A. il,; Bellaire at ioao A. if w
Baltimore at M A. M.: asAington City at 8:ld
'"-.-.' --s -: ,; ,
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at Zanesville at 1:47 P. MiB,UtW H'
Kalnmere at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at Mas
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!IS Pj M.EXPRKSS -MATT. art-n....' U
il!,'tu:66wF' Jf.-? Bellaire at :16 P. M.: Baltimire
at 4AS P. il.; Washington City at 530 P.M.
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and' New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to -Eastern
cities have the privilege of , , - . , ,. t.
Fisitlng; ' Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
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JNO. W. BROWN, (ien'f PaesSngeV Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
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The atten'.ioa of the Trade is called to the superi
or stock of
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS,
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ble substanoes. , . ,
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physicians in high standing.
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in the glass).' by Druggists and Dealers In Fenoy
Goods everywhere, at O ne Dollar per Bottle . Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; Fl C. Wells "A do.;
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TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
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Chicago, Keokuk and IndiaaapoEiVf
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FOUB TRAIfS DAILY leave.Doio. ii.
lnmbns. onand after Hoy. 83, 1868, aa "
r:J.- a-ifli.-f iv. - foil owe f ,-.-., Ti,..,
ft'Oft 4-aTtLLE9'J AND.'DETR'Olf
O.Uy PES3 (Sunaars xeeptedK 'Arrive,
at Alilford :1T a m, Br lorlo a in. Bellefontsine
l:0Sp m. rjandmky a:0j)-BPin.o .fm
ledoS-SOpm. Detroit 10:40pm. -
This tnria hi run expresslr fbt'ToIedO and IX
troit bv sines", arriiig-at-i,oth places 3 ktsr
hea of any other route. ., , .. ..
IMft Fim.KfjilL'-AR .WOWi'PRESf
A.IU (Sundays excepted).': Arriree kt Bradford
Juni-tion4M0 p m. Hiahond 6.-05 p m. Inuia-apo
lis80 p m.Logan.p.t 100-p m. Cbicsga iiQO a m
Peoria :25a m. (ia'esbnrg :WTa to, Burlington
Iowa, 11 rM a m. Keokuk Ufl p m. Quiher ixi p ai
Louisville J:30 a m. lerre Hanta iMim. u.,.n
a m, Cairo:40.p mZ Jna 4-Xl a .. AltonSOa
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t Louis :15 a nv, Lafayette 18 mid. Sprinc-Illas-V:i
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engers bv this train Maoh St.' Lonis the nexl
field. III
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mornina hear, nli.uri .j r .
of St. Lonis and K.eokak.nne train in advance of
all other routes. - -
5:50 PRRssiftAGC,,ANb 't; tottsBx.
, ,. . rBIioS. (SunSars excepted). Arrives at
RlalV-1?30 Pwetroit SoTm,
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m-Jm an iiaitpon 9:15 a m. Paoall) a m Altna
I"0- P &tSi L?i: 00 . UfaVefte"'
hpnnB6eto?.'Ill8.,4:S5 p m. Quinoy Upm, Ktol
knll.,:(1:mn,sv,Uo 8:00 Naahyille 60
m, Memphis 10:00 a m. , .
a" Weeping oars run in this trim from Celnw'
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
l decidedly the bast train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Lonis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
rime and anrives at St. Louis and Louisville -.""1.r"
"U?e ai makes direct connections for
all points West and South one train in advance of
any other route. . . . . .. . ... t.
l?4-0 NIGHT EXPRESS, Daily via
fi Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Logansport. Arrives- -Bradford Junction 4-15 a
F:i.,lj0gaBSPorJ 8:40 m, Chicago S8 -p m. Peoria
5:35 p m, Keokuk KC45 p m. Indianapolis 838m.
Terre Haute 12:15 p m.Kvan.ville 1M pea. S3 at toon
3:16 pjn, Cairo4:15a m.'aaaSKxlp m. Alton 9.-00 p
m,.SVJ,0,n" 11!t:I8J' Pi- fayetle S:10 p m. Louis
TiJe &00 p n, Nashville 5:00a m. MempbU 4:15 p mi
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3i hoars and Chicago a hoar ahead ei
any other route. '
STATlE R003T SEEEPXtS CARS
fconUtiiif'a Pituburgh lei Indianapolfg1.?
w Call for Tickets via. Loganspori- et? Indiaiv.
apolis.
" Tickets' for sale at tTnioaAnd Piqua Depots.
Columbns, and at all principal- H'lr'id lisket
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Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
,JFt7- TXral.xaaBi; Tai3.y y,
, ? ' - EXCEPT SUNDAY". ' m?H Li
From Colmmbns, in eotmeotion with Traina eta tht
XJtUe BliauBBl A Claiaraaa A Xealai,
RsallrsMida. ,,wf
NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbns at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware. Card ington. .Giiead.
Galion, Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. New London
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Clove?
laud A. M New York 7KO A. M- Thia train,
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. ,
NO.T ACCOMMODATION Leeie' Colfcrobai
at SKW A. if.. Will stop at all way stations.. -Thja.
train starts from tie Freight Yard. - jCtrr
NEW. YORK- tXPRKH.H Leaves Columbas ae
11:10 A.M. r ill stop at Delaware, Ashley.Carding
ton, Galionv Crestline. Shelby; New Lnatloo, WaM
lington. Grafton and Beraa. Arrives at Cleveland
at SiSC P. M ..New York next day at 8:30 P. M. .
MAIL AND EXPRESS- LeavoCelumb-satI)
P. M. .Will stop at Werthiuaton, LawU. Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh.
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Bene. Ar-4
rive at Cleveland at i0 P. U..New York 7;iS P.M..-
Passebgers for Fort Wayne and Chicago', by tak-J
ing this train, will get sleeping oar at Crestline air
:0a,P M arrive in Fort Wayne at 110 P. M,.
Chicago! fctt AtaCfcein in advanoeof alt ethil
er ront-s, have ample time for breakfast, and, take,
the earliest train for the West " -1 '&:
SP1UKGFUCLD ACCOMMODATION YIADKL-t
AWARE Leaves Colomhns at 10 P. M. Will
Btop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at :.& P,' MtiprincfieTd
f 50 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at LOO A.
M, arrives at Delaware at MS A. It.; Celuicbua.1
IQHiOjA.M. v .yg.f-:-.--. rtl ffnuf.iii? t-t.-Ota
ratenl SlerpIaerCara are - sI P
7 ' Night -Trai ' V- Cnl3S3gro-. - -: -i
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'.'t fit '.' a'w.'B"01 -;nfl4'r; vri.? r iw
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mT Baggnjre jshecfed through t 'New York end'
Boston, via Cleveland ; n'lt. t" Philadelphia and
New York, lie Crestline.
; .0 . iT-.oSETDBNINawoi!
i .Night Express anivee at Colnmbna at 1'45 A. M. .
Cincinnati Express' arrives at Columbus atl: "
F. Mi' t h ;.i..iri' -i.-rrug - . : - f;'i M.'t
jilaU Train arrives at Columbns af 9: 5 P. M. " .
-Springfield Aeoommodation arrives atGnlumbaf
ntl0t4ttA-.J..,iTr - r -1 .'l.-tm - -.i:- fj
Fair a. Lew, aa fcy kbit, Other Bei'ttt,
. Ask for Tickets via Crestliiie bf 'Cleveland. " t
. .i .. ... ;i;.t ag.-g.. fiiT.''!!' ' ."-'lit
..lirtT . Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohia,,;.
J4MES PATTEHSON.
Agent, Coiumb S.Ohio.
Columbus. Not. M. s",.?1'i pvin-rit.r
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
S31
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RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Nov. d. IMS. FOUR'
, TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus J."
FOB CINCINNATI, I0TJI8YILLB, CAIRO, ST.i
LOUIS. DAYTON". RICHMOND. IX-
DIANAP0LI8 CHICAGO. (. -:
Withon change of cars to' DAT TOW and'RICH1
-. MOND, and only one change of cars toINjt i--,
DIANAP0L1S and CHICAGO.
. i- -i
Connections are reliable as follows
-n..- ' Eifsua. ai. nir m.nli. , . .,;.T
- c uia x- iruui.. iarauy ........
Leaves ak'a ArM.: for' Cincinnati, CirereriHe f
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe: stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at 70 a, m. -: - , . ...t-rj
y i 1 SECOND TRAIN; f S-T:.r;l.
r (Daily exeept SnndaygJ ": O : "
Leaves' at SWO A.: M. . for Cincinnati, Daytoa I
Kichmond. Indianapolis and Cbicage. and stops atr
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selrce,
Cedarville,Xeoia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow, i
. South Lebanon, Fosters, LorelanJ, Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boats. . -. .,:,-.(,. : ;.. .
.- -' ; THIRD TRAIN..' !o't7 ailj inn
(Dally except Sundays J ! ,.).' ,!:
Leaves at 1M5 P. M for Clneianati, Dayton aad'
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving ai Cincinnati at
60 P. li.- ' " .-. ;.i .- i '.'", u
--'-we .' 1 FOURTH TBATN.r i" -J" tr!
, -!.- it .titbaJIwxBdBy. - -': A.
lav at P. V for Cincinnati; Dayton- and'
Springhe 4 via London, stopping at. Alton, West.
Jefferson,'' London, -South 'I'harleston, 8elmsV
; - Ce-arville. Xenia Morrow and Lovaiaod. guxj ag-,
riving at Cincinnati at 100 P. M. .
. 7. .... ? 01 KJI.
Sleepin Car- ar-arit Nlaht Traina.
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a. . . ,-1, xi HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent., ,
- W.H.H.SHINN.igent. 5
" JOHN OTTRA ND, (-- UiJJm w a Ja
i 6ep1 Ticket Atrt.J ;--iitr.i:. . ' -j
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
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.W PAN Btl B,LrE RObUTB. n . iiS
On ana alter Deo. 18th. l?6r. 'train.' wlriJa
follows: .'.,"-
Leave. " W, Y'.Expresg.'5 ''MaTT:! 1 'Fast'Line. '
Columbus. ..v..S:B Ai lt.' P. W; i 110 1. M J
Newark ..4J5A.il. .SPM., 1?S P.M.
Steubenville.. .8:54 A.M. ' :45 P. M. SJ0p:Ml
Arrlreat. ' t" ."" ' ., ii
Pittfb-rgh .'...12 OS M. -:( A M. :7rJ P.AW
Barrisbarg.... 10:30 P. M., 1S5 P, M. . 6:30 A M
Philadelphia.. SKl k.'M. 4:16 P. M.Bi t A. Mr
New Yosk.jl5A..M.,l.7OP. M.1 ,ISM P. M.'
Baltimore i:lA. M. 6:20 P. M. B-9n f
Wasbington... 6:15 A. M. i0 HI Pi M-i P. M!
Bosto ..OUP.M, ,t?.-M.?M. , 1?0PM4
171 ant t . I AAm .1 .rttn- .... n .Si : l-1 .1' -' "
Orrthe Vast Lrm tbe eeiebrateii Hiu- r.i
day and niah tears ee ma tbn agii trom Coleoibua
to Philadelphia and New York without change:'
3" Passengers by trTeWAvM . Sunday train
BBM-ve-tn ew- York atl ewloek-'Meadav morulas
gn.fdvantage sever b.tXorBfjei;ed.
wtifpapnTiekiniiAa'tj Sttuhenville. '6.
tiii.--V. .'-.iv-.'.0" Agent, Ceiumbas. 0.
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PjuaelO-dly , - r.-if, ;i vi j,f ;
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:r,tr:jJe'N;ie-nt-i.
VV NEfiS it his present stand, ' tK.irf
..ov 135 North lllgh afreet,'' 1
and will take orders in both CA M KRirvntf ' v
HOCKING COAL. which he is nrenaeed tn-.ii -r
the lowest market price. - .
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