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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
.,ll-lilHllll "if .-"
8howlng the arrival and departuraof train at Ho
ambus, Ohio. On and after Monday, Mot. 33 j
8 trtn will ran a follows I - -' '
Cleveland OlukU Claim . R. '
1. .m- mult ' AKTT
W.TrWetT Kxprrt., 1:10 A.M. !& A.M
New York ExpreM.,...--.."":!0 4- " g- J.
Mail and sprees.. .rv.,'.... 8:40 Mt P. M.
Springfield Aocom. via el.. :S0 P. M. 10:4 A. M.
do, 1 Accommodation....... 4:00 A. M. '1:45 P. M.
- Thi traiuleaves Sunday" morning not Monday,
T. , . JAMES PATTERSON Agent,
LJttle jiuuial Colamaa Xenia R.R.
iflghtt
MATS. . ARB.IVB.
:00 A. , '10A.M'
llMA.M. .: P.M.
P.M... 11:00 A. 1.
UlTieinnat Aeowmmodetion
Kxaraa..'.t
6:00 P. M. 1.-00 P.M'
..
H. H. Shixn. Agent.
V 7'
Baltinaerw- Ohio Kail road Central
OklBiTiicn.1J5,;,v.
.stew kxotwm.-..:-..,...,: v.'-.2S a. m
Oalawaaaa, ctlcagi ladiaaa Cen-
' .! jaTvjs- fv.,. A..Hill, Agents.
UttBatmnrrtasCimtelnaiaitl., 4t tt. Iauis
... tt'ilw ,as.H-lftmkwm''- -
w fork Expre...... S-ts A. M. " KK Midi
htning Kxprw.,.S.i...H A- JJ. '. M.'
Mail-and Kxprese .1 jjw.6 P-M. B:4S P. M.
. Aaatao Aeeomaaodetion. 6.-00 At.M J:40 P. M.
. New York Express ran daily. All other trains:
- raa daihr, axoepl Sunday... , . . , . , '
-DajT Aoeauaodafioa'taitarem freight
i tfa 1 :.".
ward. t-i u
st vi W .-.' Jo-K'B, PBTM,AKenuVJf
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
, jii.'i ,.) f.
' r ,r ., ,Anri--..oiasaav,
Kantan ,Ynroiuk"Hang1, am, A.Jav..it?
thbr..W.i..lttfla. J33 a:00 '930
Baat.rB.WayMalla,i30. . x.;-,
CTi.ViaCi".afc".-l U
, AIM
JHaiaHaia.aUaro' f nl? -V.:
rttt! Mfaini B. Bj. war.
Ot'.'O-Jt.'iJW Newark. i'
1:56 HJO. i.-
t30,
ZanesTine a nunuug.
1330
730
C H. 4I-. Throaea and 1 s
vIT. N.tianal Road. ' 1030 - .... . .... 13
jfllei iv.!1 :i
Forth Cclamhoj andUhnr. .
'111. ..;iv ' 1030 - .,
.... 1.-00
Washington G.H.,TiaHat
IB",', ri-t.TO0U
. .MondiTi Wed-
T30
r. i a FrUan: and I
4
-4vr an Batiwdayav.kvi-'js 4 ' '
CaatreViHaae. (txi-week4 . ., . , - A
Jyi Taesdajs.ThaxsdaysJ UK.. .... ...... ,( u
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
HYMEN IN THE
Illustration of the Saw that
Illustration of the Saw that "[...] Exchange in no Robbery"—
A Distressingly Awkward Matrimonial
A Distressingly Awkward Matrimonial Faux Pas, and what came of it.
T-vTi cave a STnopsia in our telegraphic
iihrtens of it recent screaming matri-
ata.l farce la Winiamson county, Ten 1
tflaaers the4 following thrilling particulars. ,
lVonii the ?A wAet&- Banner of the 30th j
Much has been written and said of .
ChristrnjWgjIuuriqns.teasWvisn j
gjfUfctaVd; grotesque gambols, and manj
stories thereon founded ; but the person; 1
wfrofailS 16 detet ill the following' epi- j
yder'!;!,phriBtTnias story rich in devel- ;
opmeT,d' neVftoo, h lays, com-1 (
pletely in shadow all holiday stories ever;
before recited Jn fife 'judgment of bnmor f
we tlveirl'tf tK'd'lfat .opfidenperSta'rt--
ijaiesj.liei.iaotlthat "Xhe lives ofisomej
people are fraught with-rartceurreneeSil j
- Hmteiicc to trevBr." '' oftentimes
out of taste than suffice it. ta Bay ; I" I
trAtSwaVw. atrV hWw1ltiBw3r f
ht"j7i k. .nruin mud leave no ecreeo.: ;
dnrisl'm the Y(clnifv i.f
. tant from Nasnvile, a dance was given.;
It promised to be onfr of 'flrOB&i-gefioine, t
hilarious breakdowns, pfye,, olden s
times," in VpBa.ativUe'a iost.rho8-" t
tions had been issued to all the beaux ',.
attoSAt&1 ttilew-and' touea: around,: I
jnd fteplfair w8 t(), .be tha grandest of
tja jMAidajB s-mpng , the guests, werth h
pair of newly wedded couples, 'Whoso
Vg'mhtrrnionial hadjust begnii ,'h.at( 8
mnrMngTirf a showWof kind wishes and (.
cgrstiihti9!ns.!,:iW; are-opt too-nure H
but that tha -ovation; was inaugurated for
their, re8pec.iaJfhonorr.and.. .henefiU Be i
bA,pJ9r-; ilP mansion was illuminated
' wi th a blaze of light and jocund with the j.
giLf9tyit:tj inmates.' 1 Soon-the tonsi-
cians began their " choicest , snadrilles,1 1.
and $lr halh; and-parlor were thronged
- with the graceful devotees-4f Terpsiph- !:
ore. -''The' "ohserved ;of aU tibservers !;
were the-lately-venderl couples, lue
brTbf!iTgh looked adwVox'the'Tairy-1
Eke j)ude8na vaiidy , jiefj in brilliancy
vivhe.8parkli eyes,' Thoidashing ,
gWWfcrf Excited . tnlirnited ienyy in; the
s Wete71ftii'! frieseiiti'.-but ;6lh-
marriage belL t;7v i?i:w V. tot- yi-r-i r:
a At' a. seAsonahls' hour supper- was an i
"ouhced1J and. 'itfetf a feast as it wasf
" hfiit9ror3 ;th confectioner had been .
tested in .the' arrangement and man u-!
facture iof x the v innumerable -bonboiu
iinrl Wdescribahl delicacies. " Alter in-;
djjgence' in refrediments.'.the.! -company i
agaiairBumed their places in the dance,
And tvrything glided On as smoothly !
Ifia asahtly as befoi-y .'." ' ; .. . ,
'."Soo'n. tjiejtw; prides were called away !
" byihe-hasteesvaBd ushered into the re- j
'?ptctiv'ohambeM' assigned them?-' In j
flutnrijTthe rponis followed them, hay-1
fnbVfnC":'
tinct instructions from tha youBg gentJe- j
' fnetn f th -hoSBehtold as' to what apart-
jTieHtsthey Vere 4.6 occupy; he being at j
tfef timetepgiiged: ia, the. dance, and sup-1
posing thati they .were well acquainted 1
' ahth,IlewKfy3f th itoomsi.'"iThe ;
U1p'3:''ha,fl:ben turned down: rand
Wwjtcfeife1oV4't3ont' eren
daring to look at the plump.uxher
ry faces half-hid -in the -snowy pil-
lows, thte gwbml Bpratfg into bed,' and !
Alm(b,a'r0int, itfBueh i-Btory", it is i
cuatomary.for.a modest narrator to draw ;
i veil; but4n this instance we are neces-, !
1 ,H.1iIhw tiwrt vjaila
Baxnv iivuimiicA-.w " .
tverthai eabteraj Hills' ere the music i of
tha fiddlers cejised, and the dancew, worn
(laiigUed.'ond.byiPna stealthily crept
away for aiew'hourB.i;;-,!- t.-:, ..!-,:;! . ;
lOlWheti tnosbirrg did eonie it brought
with itsuca scene or eoirtusion as w,as
never seen, Don jQuiXote's furore; at , the
InnaJieiffte4,6rtEironi.pneof
the bridal -cbambowi eame-a-lond and
prolongfedMiirietatv.Tliestlrewsy slum
iMrerk rsied vUuStbm all directions
some en JiMf,.
ieidttwed: to go iup and-ascertiin
it8 cause. .Up. thef (rtepS they .jysh?
inuw-Fa fitTo, i rnis.chief as
I
urbance mey uiw" ay .. ,
,VlnndeFboWst'rlushiiigi ntiealxyf 6uL
OT'rriquire ttelfeas-o'ii ab'u)ie
TT.;itr hannshesthzongh the "crowd
Hastily
dbnaMTr rVer'par-
A be remaiaoer -oi ine rjonrpBny cou
tjnued Jthe festivities .Mil' a Jafe hour,
and he" trrav'da'wn was , almost peepioi?
X
bride number two uncoyers
faux pa ari3"Ien3i' tnii ifbrce oFherlungs
to the generil iBcprcU JJp" juppi 'thd
eroom number two and rusbes out in
time ' to ; meet bis ' equally 'unfortunate
frienA.'j'JSticA had got .' tAi wrong
roomf -
Sucb a scene as this bouse presented,
would be parff indeed tr describe, lliat
matrimonial episode, that ere?' befell a
quartette '-of "souls 'with- but a single
tbeuebt,? mar easily be imagined, But
the explanation 'came at-last, and, wag
satisfactory". to all . oonceroed, ' we snpr
pose. Here we are content to leave
tlreoaf ii; ini":?? -;t J?'?
fAur sketch partakes not in the.least of
t;Jie JjTnciftij. Tbe. details aj:e given-x-actly
as they occurred. ","''
MISCELLANEOUS.
An Ordinance.
Fo at sesB a speeial tax upon the estate bonnd
iing on High street from a point IX feet eealh of
Friend street to the south line of South Public
ilaue. . " , i - - .-
SunTTnwl. TAm it ordained dt the City Conneil
of the oity bT Columbus. That the aam of Fit
Dollars be and the same is hereby Jovied and assess
ed apoo eaoh Toot front far the seyeral lots of land
Boundint; or aoutlinf upon nmu ereet irom a
point 135 feet south of Friend street to the south
line of South Poblio lane, as the s.me are desig
nated nron the plat of toe Civil Engineer, on file
in the office of the City Clerk, for the partial aost
and expense of exearatinc and paring the roadway,
gutters and crossing along the same with the Nio
olsnn payenent. - ' ' ; V , ' '.' "
Sko.3. That the .owners of the several lots of
land mion whielthefor(9oins assessment is made.
bail, pay tna arnoaaia nneaey oy weoi aeverauy
u mi tnat Denait tojoo. to aian a o. wiinin iweu-
t. Ha.s frt.m thaiiate ot this ordinance, or be sub ;
ject to the interest and penalty allowed upon the
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
NOTIJ7V' TO nKHCHAIIT Brav.
i era; Hi-nVar.1 Pahtiskars. Htationen. Print
rik CoDipanieiL LaWyersk Architects. - ichoolsj
laersymen. Circulars. Prices Current, betters,
Onoratinns.rataloffuea. Mnsic. or idv documents or
drawings may be obtained at the following extraor
dinary cheap prioes : 100 copies, fao Eitnilies, of
anv document or drawing;. Ao., 03; 600 eopie.
1,000 copies. (8, Ac; 100.000 oopies. $450, or 60 per
cent, upon tie above prices may be saved by using
maunoe s raiem Auioxrapuia rnuuigirco ii
OffieeK. PublishersviStaeieneraf Printers, -feehoote.
Con-panies, fc; Prfce'.80. A yoUDgboycan ettike
off loo copies, letter size, per hour, of any docu
mert, drawing, musie, with the greatest facility.
Mannoe'n Patent; States Rights are sold at moderate
prioe. Pnhlio experiments each Saturday.
W.B.-'A1I kinds of bithoaraphia work are done
with the greatesfccare at tie lowest, rates, v Maur
ice's Patent Autoiraphio and Lithographic Print
ing. Writing and fcngraving Establishment, 10
North William street, .New York.
decl7-fl3tawly-THT j
Stockholder's Meeting.
OFFICE OP THE
CoLTmua. Chicago a Ind. Cent. R't Co
Columbus. O., December Mth. law,
AlREKrUG OrTHESIOCKUOLD.
era of tha Colnmbns. Chicago and Indiana
Central Railway: Company will beheld at the of
fice if the Company, in the city of Columbus,
Slate ot en 10, on r ItlUA I , tne naTU aay ot jan
U ARY, 1869, between the hours of 10 A. M., and S
V. M. to anDmve or reiect a contract vith the At
lantic A Great Western Railway Company and the
trie bail way Comnany, andJor other jurpoe& .
Byoraert
aU. -
of theUoarav ... -
dS0-dtd
Secretary.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Ff J '& f Lr LESQUEREUX
Ty J X O H E S
jjEWELRV,
CLOCKS,
PLATED WARE,
CANES, ' ;
SPECTACLES,
,;r"3-iii..ii-l vff
" ' CBTERV,:;i-f''i;'5
GOLD PE3TS,
POCKET-BOOKS tana
OPERA GLASSES
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seih,ThomaandV texp nx j C locks
r'ta.Vobbirii 'anil Jet.it' Trade.-'Also., Agents
i-l.ww.j-J '-oi the -
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPART;
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
as (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
Iff All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
'febl4-odl V IVni 71 South High eU Columbus.
MEDICAL
Tlie OreaU nedlelne for the Skin, enrea
wltluMit xlaU, every kind of nn
alsrlitly eruption of the fee,
r Itehlnc Irritating;, or
? ( 11 f dlatralnsf ewtsineoaa i f I
i fl i !KaMeaaayar i i',
lillJfit;wXJUaeiesn.fi
It ha nearly relieved me of (hat torti fvinj tmp
tion, ami I am now looking quite like a miR," writes -Cbarlen
E. Noble, General Agent of ilich. Central
R. B., 173 Broadway, N. Y.
" We And it an invnlwible rtmetfyfor Tetter. .lwtf
- wriU flizler Bro DniKffit. Fairfield. Iowa. . -i
" have tried your vahuihle 'remedu for Barter1
Itch with (rent ntcceuJ writes W. Dumont, of
9 J A" I Vs-. ays? J 'a TarJ rW'' ltstl
Donu tor cncuvir, x 1 irj, it i;lb. muu i.uu.
Prepared only by gOlON. J'ALMEB,
ae west enra acnes, uincmnau, u
For sale by Druggists generally. g
septil deodAwly F 1 1 - -s s "
,
s i - ft ,
a- PHILOSOPHY DK ilAKRI A GE. 1 A Naw
f!nnnB n LacTTTRafl. aa delivered at the New
York Museum, or Anatomy,-uiOracing tne buo-
iects: How to live end. wbat to ive tor; loutn.
MatdHty and Old Age Manhood general'y review
ed: Tbe cause ot indigestion, natuience ana ner
vous diseases accounted lor ; Aiaxriage piiiiosopn-
In. 11 w nn.fH.Jul Aft.
PM,kAi. AlnniM nnnrjaininr these lectures will be
forwarded to -parti e unable to attend, on reeoipt of
jfoni stamps, by addressing SKCRETAKY. Hew
YORK wrSBrM Or ANATUax AM" pviuivb. wif
Pkoiuvit ipwVrBK. TNv-fehaliv
BOOTS , AND SHOES. ,
T. 8. SHEPABB 1 ,
.3i 0. BtOBIOBB
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW jFIUMvI.
m KnEPARD lljltlil, r wnmssu
lea partnership with G. H0R1GER, for
purpose of carrying on tne coot ana onoe trace
NO. MS SOUTH HIGHTBEETr.;
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fine and
Well 8eieCiea IIUCK Ul UOUICO , v.uw , miDno ''
. . . -. . , lj . . fll
root freua-tae JKas,d--h4eh tbeyare now offering
im nnrr nvuH mm duwo. u,jo m j . ...
ior sale on tbe most reasonaDie terms, in our mau
niaoturing department special attention is given
Tj-n-:-?n. nf .11 bind- npatlv and nromntlv done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public.
natmnara. Please give us a 'call, aa trouoie
" . .. . w o xi. TT:1. -. .
xtemembertne place : no. 103 ooutn iiiubiidm(
Columbus. O.' Sept. 13. 1868. - aeplS-dtf-i
BANKERS.
Corner Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS- OHIO.
febe-dly
r. HATDS4. JOS. HVT0BESON. W.B. BlTPKIt.
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
NO. ia S. IllCill STREET,
tanSO-dly-r
Colnmbns, O.
GROCERS.
,-rrr-rr-r
NO. 4 8b I8 SOUTH HIGH STREET
G B O C E K H,
tmiupriktoBs conTirjUtijail iaviw?
X L)r B MAGAZIN E. and agents for tha sale
Haxard Powder Company's Powder. Agents
the sale jABI)NBRj PH1PPS' A CO.'S
(Vleltratcd ,ugnr CuretJ-Ifam,
Ui, v Iw w Jd Aealers ini J J
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
OROCEHIES
Stockholder's Meeting. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
7b all toAom it may Concern :
' T7i : . .i. CITT OtlKK'S OFFICP. ' .
S'J-- i CoLnMBUe, O.. Nov. 33, 1868.J
' Notieele berebygivea that proceedings have been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of the vac
cant ground west'of the market house, and for "JUi-
Ving the balanee of (aid vacant ground with Nioul-
son pavement from Town street to Kich street;
Also, tor laying a double row of flag crossing
across Center alley on the seuth side of Spring
street. "
. Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
Crnter alley at the south aide of Long street.
The same to be done in accordance with plata and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of .he City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages en account of said
proposed improvement, are required to file tLoir
claims in1 the office of tl' derfe ia writmg, sn or
before the Eighth day of January, A. D. 19.
- li. . WILSON "
nov25-dltaw4wJ ..' ; City .Clerk ,
Paving Notice.
To fill vhojit may concern ; ...
Citt Clsrk's Offtob,
-,'
C- .1 COLCiiBiia. O-tDeo. al, lHoe...!
Notice is hereby given, that proceedingshave beea
instituted in the City Council of Colutnbas.fur mak
ing tbe following iwprovements.to-witv T ,
- For building a double carriage way-'sihgie span
bridgpaA the. rosaiqg of becanal( en Friend
Also, for grading and paving the unpaved side
walks, cutters and crossings on Young street from
tiroad street to rtate street.
Also, for building a double row "flag stone bave
ment across Fair alley JipuiJ the south side of Chap
el street.
aUa. for hnildina a 30-inch brick sewer on Gav
street from Front street to Fifth- street.
- The same to be done in accordance witn plats ana
Mlim,lsB Ia K. nr.nai.ll Vl . thn t' i t v ( Ti V i 1 V. Tl Hi I
eer. and Sled in the office of the City Clerk. .
All persons claiming Damages on acconnt 01 saia
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
betorwtta if oartll day -vtr Onurr, . u. lew.
rA . - L. E. WILSON,
.' decS8dltaw4w City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing John street from Cleveland Avenue to Wash
ington avenne.
MicflTTfiw 1. Be it ordained b v the Citv Council
nf the citv of Columbus. 1 hat the sum of Eightv-
secea-eeuts. Six juiJU be a ad the same ia beceby lev
ied an.imssesaea apon eacn loot iront 01 sue several
lots; of" land boanding or abutting 'upon John
street from Cleveland avenue to Washington ave
nue, executing lots nos. xdo ana ji or K.-neu
addition, lot No. J of Mornsnn's subdivision of lots
Nos. 36 and 87 of R- Neil's addition and lots Nos.l
and S of Burwill's addition, as the same are desig
nated noon the clat ot the Civil Engineer, on file
Mtihe office of the City Clerk, for the cost and ex
pense of grading and paving the gutters and cross
ings and grading ana graveling tne siaewams aiong
the rame, according to the estimate of Uo City
Ci viUknciseer. .- - ..
Skc!.' T hat the Tjwnere-bf the several lots of
land nnon which the loregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that benau to i nomas aicuonaia a io.. wnn
in twenty aa s from the date ot this ordinance, or
ha anbiect to the interest and penalty allowed upon
'
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
,
An Ordinance.
To assess a special tax u pon the real estate bound
ing tbe east side ot rlign street irom nooie street
to Strawberry alley.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of the city of Columbus, That the sum of Nine
oenta. Three and four-tenth mills, beand the same
is Hereby levied ana assessed upon eacn loot ironi
of tbe several lots of land bounding or abutting
nnon the east aide of High street from Noble
street to Strawberry alley, as the same are desig
nated upon tbe plat of tbe uivii engineer, on nie in
the office of the City Clerk, for the cost and expense
of lowering he "flag crossing- across Mound street
at tbe east side'ot H gh street, according to the
estimate of the City Civil Engineer.
bKC. 3. That tne owners oi me several iota 01
and upon which the foregoing assessment is made,
shall pay tbe amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf to John Bartman. within twenty
days from the date of this ordinance, or be subject
to-tbe interest and penalty allowed upon the came
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
decU8-dlt vft
An Ordinance.
To assess a special tax upon the real estate boand
ing Mcn.ee alley irom seventn street w levoiauu
Section 1, Be it ordained by the City Council
of the city of Columbus, Tbat tbe rumot One
Doliar. Eleven cents, Seven'mills be and tbe same
is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot tront
of the several lota of land bounding or abutting
nnnn hlnK.n all, from Seventh street to Cleveland
avenue, as the same are designated upon the plat of
the Civil engineer, onnte ia me umcevi mo viiy
Clerk, for the cost and expense of grading and pav
in, tha .id a walks, suiters and erossinas. and grad
ing acd graveling the roadwav along the same, ac-
"V, That the owners of the several lots of
land upon which the foregoing assessment is made
aaau pay tna amounts oi iwuej njiBiiniwT"iu
due in tbat behalf to Michael Malone, within twen
ty days from the date of this ordinance, or be sub
ject to the interest and penalty allowed upon the
! 1
NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
deo3o-dlt
An Ordinance.
assess a
ing r.ast jraoue utae iioinjoroau aixvei, w jrueuu
8treet. - 6 w - " - -si.rn-mv
l. Be it ordained by tbe City Council
of tbeoity of Columbus. That the sum of One dol-
i.. 'l'.nnt.,.livB eentH. aix mills. De and tue same
ia hereby levied and assessed upon each foot tront
of tne several iota 01 lanoi ouaiiuius uk auuiiaun uiwn
Km! Knnna lane xrom JDroaa 8breeb lv rnouu
stt eet, excepting lots numbers 2, S, A. 6 and
of George Bellows sub-lot number 41 of Arm
strong s addition ana lots numoers i sou ui
Miner's subdivision, with tbe tollowing eredits:
Lot No. i. Arm8trohg"s addition, -76 feet of old
curb, at 30 cents per toot, a-i tbe sume are desig-
n.iHl nrwin theDlatol 1D0 utu jbDEiueer. on nie in
tbe office of tbeoity Cierk. for tbe cost and expense
of grading and paving the gutters and crossings
ana grading and (raveling tu sidewalks along toe
same, according to tne ecti uate of .the City Civil
" Sec. i.'e Tbat the owners of tbe several lots-of
lan i upon wnicn tne ioregoi g mbwpidbui ib iuouo
shall pay the amounts of money by them -severally
due in tbat behalf to Wens, Beck A Co., within
twenty days irom tne date ox tnia oniiuancB, ur p
subject to tbe interest and penalty allowed upon
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dec28dlt . . ,
An Ordinance.
To assess a special tax npon tha Teal testate bound
ing r.ait ruoiio;iane ixooi jioaa onoov to 1 nouu
street.
SbctionI. Beit ordained by the City Counoil
.1 tha l,nFl!n iimhilt. That t hi snm of l nirtv-
one cents. ine bills, be and the same is hereby
levied and assessed upon each toot tront -ot tne
several I ts of land bounding-or abutting upon
East Public lane trom uroaa street to r riena street,
......tin, l..r Mnftnf Miner et al. subdivision and
lot No 41 of Armstrong jt al tubdivision of outlote
Nos. 31,47. 48 and 48, as tne same are designated
nnnn tharjlatnf the Civil Engineer, on hie in the
.ffiM- irf in.r.it. illnTlr.fnriliieiHt and expense
oil grading aad graveling tie roadway along the
same, according to the estimate of tne City Civil
CiOgineer.
Sbo. 3. That the owners of the several lots
land upon which the foregoing assessment is mace,
ah.it n.. thn amonnts of monev bv them sever-
.11. in 'that hnhi.lt ta Martin Kellvand William
Harrison, witnin twenty days irom tne date 01 turn
ordinance, or be suojeol to tne interest ana iemu
by law.
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
"
to
to
ing Oaa strtet from Seventh street to Wasbin
tin ..nnna.
Q,n.tnn 1. He it ordained bv the Citv Counoil
f ,h. iiitwtf 4V4unbiM. Thattha aum of Twelve
cants. Two and four tenth mills be and the same
hereby levied ana aasesHea upon eaou iuoi, iruui
of the several lots of land bounding or abutting upon
11. v .tr..t from Seventh atreetto Washington ave
nne. aa the same are designated upon tbe plat .
.h. 1s.i1 kneineer. on file in tbe office of theCity
Clerk, for tbe ooet and expense of graveling the
roadway along the same, according to the estimate
of the City Civil Engineer.
K.n 9 That the owners of the several lots
land upon wbioh tbe foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay toe amounts 01 mouoy uj mniu n,ei.iu
. - . . 1 . t . . . W.l.t. . II.II...U Jtl...
rtn. in ItlHl. 1 1 n I ml 1 1. , I .l.-u a, nuiuu... n.uu.u
twenty days from the date of this ordinanoe, or
subjeot to tbe interest and penalty allowed upon
-
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dec23-dlt" ' J" '
Paving Ordinance.
An Ordinance to build a double row flag crossing
across Center alley at the soutn side ot Spring
Klnn w 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of tbe oity of Columbus (two-thirds ot all
members concurring). That there be constructed
double ro flag crossing across Center alley at
.nnfh ain ,.f Soring street, in accordance wita
the p at thereof on file in the office of the City
Sbo. 2. That all damages, costs and expenses
ariaina from the foregoing improveinemeot shall
h. W..AARA1 and levied uDon tbe eeveral lo s
land firontina or abutting on the south side of Spring
street Irom Ulgn street to laun imni, m ycupw
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
dec38 dlt
Paving Ordinance.
of
for
"
All OSDnariea th build STdoaBle row" flag crossing
eoTriss' tenter -alley- a the -south-tide of Long
trAAfc.
Section 1. Be it ordaine 1 by the Citv Counoil
the City of Columbus (two-tbirdsot all tba mem
bers oonournng), mat tnere oe constructed
double row flagLcrossiug across Center alley at tl
iaiMAmMl Aaantt street, in accordance with tl
ni.t thArnof on file in the ofliee of tbe Citv Clerk
Sbo. 3. Tbat all damages, costs and expenses
ariBingfrom tbe foregoing improvement, shall
.......H nni levied upon the several lota of land
kfronting or abutting -an the -south side of Long
tetreet . Bigh street Jo Third street, in propor-
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 21,A. D. 1868.
Passed Dec. 21,A. D. 1868. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
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Passed Dec. 21,A. D. 1868. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME
BALTIMORE & OHIO
WrVWiaat!
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Ttiree Train, Leave Colnmbna (TJalon
vepoai, aia.11 y (sandaya excepted.) -
:2S -A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at
iianosvuio at e:u a. Hellaire at 1020 A. M ,
Baltimore at tA. M.: Waahingtoa City at 8:40
at.. ; '1 : . . . ; . . -. .,; . ,
; 1 ItIO A. M.fclGHTNINQ FTPRldaa trHvtnw
at ZanesvUle at 1.-47 P. M Bellaire at M0 P. M ;
pammore at uuu a.- au; rr asnington City at 1235
r . -r . f . . . .
fitfS P. M. EXPRESS MATL.rHvinr r 7-n 1'
walla, ear 4..KK P M Kall.;M . O.IK P U . U-li
Tim ewv -m,nr a. au. "UI1D11 XJ OU aT.aw A . I'l . , AirAILAAUUrV
at eats P. Al.; Washington City atSao P. U. .
Close connections made at Baltimora and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
, Passenger holding through tickets to JCastern
cities have the privilege of -.
Visions Washington Citr Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NTGHT
. - ,., TRAINS. ;, ..-
Awk tor TICKETS viaBELLAIRE
iNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation.
. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger A gt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to tha superi
or stoca ot
PAPERS OF ALL 'RINDS,
: ' -. "X i ' : :: '
Just received ndf taJeby '
NEVINS & MYERS
6, 38 & 40 KOB1H IGH ST.,
- ' CO LU MH U S
Our stock oomprises a full line of . 1
Book
IWrltlngV
' Colored and
(Print Papers.
We have a foil stock of
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, Vhich will be sold at th
, . , , lowest mantel rates.
OUB STOCK Of
O A n. TX
la ansurpassed in the eity , inoluding
BRISTOL BOARD'
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It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. ; - '.. ; .
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It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. ' '
It forces the Hair and Beard lo grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.-. ... .
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Ago.
It restores Grey Hair to ito Original Color. -
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
t is composed entirely of simple and purely vegetr
-1': ' ble snbstanoes. '. . -i '
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Drnggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Baince A Oo-i F. C. Wells A Co.;
BohieffelinA Co.. New York. BCHHT-chl7-dlr
J. VIENNOT i & CO.,
- GENERAL NEWSPAPER .
Advertising Agents.
133 Nasaau Street, Kew Korlc '
iJhtablUhfd in 1869.)
We beg to eall the attention of advertisers to
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Me-srs. S. R. YlKDCIBB A Co., M6 Greenwicli
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Messrs. HaLL A KuCKii,, 11a Greenwioh street.
,Messrs. G. Bruob'b Sox A Co., Type Founders, J
loamiie e biot..
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Messrs. Phblon A Collrndir, New York.
Messrs. Tahbant 4 Co.. New York: ' -
Messrs, CHiCBBKlhO bon New IOIK. t
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
-l .
1
The Shortest Bout Weee No Change of Car
J 1- t1Chioago, leokek and Indianapolis.--- -
FOUR TRAIS3 DAILXJeaveUnion I'epoi'
f-.n;lnaibus. enand after Nov. 83, 1868,as . .
. follows: -'"
Q.fiA 'A. M'.'TOLEDO AND DETROIT KX -D.UU
Pi'ESS (Sunders excepted). - Ariive
at Milford 9:17 a m, llrhaaa in-10 a m. BeTlefontaine
lp an,-bandosky 6:00 p m. Pique a m, T
ledo 6-30 pro. Detroit 10:40pm. ' '- " "
Tbis train Sa von expressly for Toledo and D .
trnit bt'Sines, apMviog at both places 3 hear
uliead of any other route. - - . - rl.
1.1K -P- M. MAIL AND. PEORIA ETPRES3
11J -nndays excepted). Arrives at Bradford
J anrtion 4.-40 p m. Riohmond 0:05 p m. Indianapo
lis8-0 p m, Logansport 1050 p m, Chicago 8:00 a m "
Peoria S5a xn. Ua'esbnrc 0.-00 a m. Barliagtoa.
Iowa. 11K6 a m, Keokuk 12:30 p m. Qainev 1:45 p m'
Louisville SdO a m, Terre Haute 11:J7 p m. Mat toon
J.-23 a m, Carro4:40p m, Pana 47 a nr. Alton 8:0 a
m, lit Louis 0:15 a m, Lafayette 13.-08 mid, Spring
field, Ills., 7:.0 a m. .--.
Passeagers br this train reach St. Louis the next
morning 1! bears ahead and for points, west
of 8t, Louis and Keokuk one train in advaaee of.
aU other routes. - fc- -
5. K A P. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EX
40J PRESS (Sundays excepted). Arrives at
Piqna Dffl p m. Toledo 6ao a m. Detroit 8:10 a ra,
Bradford -lunetion iO p m, Lngansport a m,
Chicago 80 a m, Indianapolis luib a m, Terre ilauta
8:30 a m. Wattoon 9:16 a m, Pana 11:00 a m, Altoa
3:00 p m, St. Louis 4,001) m. Lifavette 7:45 a m,
Springfield. Ills., 4:15 p m. Qaincy 1 1.-00 p m, Keo
kuk 1:00am. Louisville,8Ao am. Nashville 6:00
m, JrfemphislOAOa m. ' .- 'i .1
S Sleeping ears ran in this train fromolnm-:
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbos to Obi-' -eago,
St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
boars ataead and makes direct connections for
all points West and South one train in advanoe of
any other route. - ; ,
10.4 A A.'M NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily. via"
li.iV Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Logansport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:16 a
m. Logansport 9.40 a m. Chicago SrJS p m. Peoria .
5:35 p m. Keokuk 10:45 p m. lndiannpoli 80 am..
Terre Haute 13:15 p m.Evansville 7. -SO pm, Mattoon
3:16 pm, Cairo 4:15 am, Paaa 540pm. Alton 90 p
m, rt. i,ouisiii:ie p m. ijitayette 3:10 p m. Louis
vi le500p m, Nashville 5sOOaai; Uempnis 4:15 pm.
rasseng.ra Dy tins train arrive ine same day aa
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route. - - -
STATE ISOO.n SEEEPITG CARS
Ron in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.'
MS" Call for Tickets via Loganaport oe Indian-1
apolis. .- -
mm- Ticnets ror sale at u nion and Piqti Depots.'
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Tioket
OSoes. .; ' , . ,. -
J:
'. CHANuLER. Uenl Ticket Agent.
. M. LUNT. General Superintendent. '' '
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
7 -a i-eauaaa a waxyy
" : n ' EXCEPT SUNDAY. '1
From Columbus, in connection with Traiae en thaT
Elttle Irtlai
I A Colaimbiis A- Xeaaia
axtaiiroaas. 1 -,, . ,
NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Coltlmbof at 1a-
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead.
Galion; Crestline, Shelby, Shilofa. New London.
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve- -land
a(65 A. M., New York 740 A. H.. This traia'
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.- - -,- . ,
NO. 1 AttiUMHUUAllun-Leaves uoiuiddus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way atatlona.: .This.'
train start from tbe freight lard. . ,
NEWT ORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus a
11:10 A.M. Vi ill stop at Delaware, Aabley.Cardtngw,
ton, Gallon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wel
lington, Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3:5t P. M.. New York next day at 330 P. M;
MAIL AKU EAritEMa LeaveauoiuBiaueatxww
1 1 . tx7:ii -. . i-:....... 1 r-.A.
I u Jir 'O IA( m uiwiu.LttU uvni. ....... .... .
Dnl.warn. and all Htationa to Hhelb v and Shiloh
New London. Wellington, Graftonand Berea. Ar-,
rive at Cleveland at 9:66 P. M., New York 7:i5 P.M.-
Passengers ior J-ort Wayne and tJbwaro, oy tax-,
ing this train, will get sleeping- ear at presume ai
6:00 P. M arrive lh tort Wayne at im r.
V. Aturti at B:0A A . M.1 being in advance of anoth
er routs, have ample time for breakfae. aad taka
tbe earliest train tor tne "est-
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at :M P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring-"
neid. arriving at lseiaware ai : r. ai dptuikhiv
cHM P. M. Tbis train leaves Kpringueld at 70 A,,
M.. arrives at Delaware at aa A- ou; voiumouj .
lOOA.M. - -i'l..'- . !,..ji' ,.j-t
Patent SleepiBg; Cau-a are rata oa al t-
niSht liaias t 'nicaeo,
: i New York aad, . ,
(. Boston. - ; "J
Baagaaa cheeked thrnuch to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland : else, ta Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
Nieht Express arrives at Columbus at iU5A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus aUj ..
Mail Train arrive at Colnmbns at 5 P.M. r,
. Springfield Accommodation arrives, at Columbus
at 10:40 A. M.T- - -. " !.-- . 1
Fare as AJw aa fey any Other ;Jlat,.
Ask f of Ticket via CresUinoT.Cleaiid.t
E. S. FLINT, T . " .
Superintendent, ClevelaM,1 Ohio. ' ' 1
: "f.- . JAMES PATTEiiON. ,., lT
Asnnt. CnlnmA . Ohio. -J
' Columbus. Nor. Mi 1808. , -).
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY.. Nov. 23 J, 1888. FOUK.
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOE CINCrHHATI, L0TJI8VILLB, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, tS- '
DIANAP0LIS CHICAGO, ' - ' d
Withoa change of ears to DAYTON and RIdH
MUriO, and only one enangeoi ears coxa , i-
DLANAPUL1S and CHICAGO. , ,:
Connections are reliable as follows . . . .
FIRST TRAIN (Daily).'- - ''
Leaves at 8 A. M. for Cincinnati, Ciralevills
Lancaster, rlillsboro and Cbulioothe: stops at Loav
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a.
Cincinnati at 70 a-m.
-v . - 1 .
mrnniin irninr
U aw,, inniit,
-(Daily except Sundays J :
Leaves at 5MM) A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton1
Kiobmona. inaianapoiis ana nicago. ana stops at
' West Jefleirou, London. Sooth Charleston, Tieltna,
Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Yalley.Corwin, Morrow.
u . u 1 . i. .. m.i...i L: ; i
DUIIill uniHttUt a ... mi o, ..uiaun, .. itl-JIU, .1
, riving at Cincinnati .at 1036 A. M. ootuieotiag
witn tne mail uoats. .
THIRD TRAIN. ' :""';'!
... -. (Daily exoept SundaysJ ' .
leaves at 1 15 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton ana
ryriUKUtuus W At ert-JM awt aaaaa avaam saa iVa4WUUiU mm
; ....., u'l FOURTH TRAIN. .- 1; .. ... ' , rf
, ., (Daily except SundaysJ . . . 7 .
Leaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
tspringfieid via Lionaon, stopping u Alton, w eas
Jefferson. Londoa, -South Charleston, 8 el ma,
Cenarville. Xenia, Morrow arid Loveland. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 1040 P. M. -' . , - 4
Sleepinsr Cars an all pdsjbt Xi-atlna,
. ; HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent. f
W. H, H. SHINN. Agent.
JOHN DURAND, ' - y'"- .h:
WLVBriiNndTOVfanoi'lmU' ir'?
" 'GepTTiWetA,gJ ' I
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
j?a hanpu. hovt'iEj... ..,..
On ana after Deo. 18th. lfOT. trains' ill runes
followsti ,.. ...nit,,.: .i .i.itt .!(im i
Leave, . JI. Y. Express.,, .Mail .. , Fast Line,
Columbus..... .3:16 A. M. "JK)6 P. if. . ll0 A.M .
Newark.....;.. 4:35 AI M.' 8SP. M.-' ! P.M.
SteubenviUa...;64A.M.,! rt&P,Mr.
Pittsburgh ....12.00 M.
W.rri.h-jr. . 10:80 P. M.
.15:051.
185 P. M. '
60 A.M.
0A.Mi
18:20 P. M.
940 A.M.
Philsdelplna.. .-"i A. m.
Now York.... 0:15 A. M.
4:10 P.M.,:
70 P.M.
Baltimore.. '.xo A. M.
6:M P. M
W - al i notnn..
5:15 A. M. 10 10 P. M.
19:25 P. M
Boston.7. 6.-O0 P. M.- 00 A.'M."J 1X.-00 P; M.
- Elegant stae room tleernng careen all night trains.
On the taat Line tbe celebrated. "Silver Palaoe'
dav and night ears are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change, . ,
AS". Passengers by the :00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in r?ew York at 5 o'clock 1 Mondav moraina.
an advantage newer bef oio ofiered. , ,
- u 'c -crm i i-i ,
. i Gen Ticket AgXSteubenville, b:-
. W..W. CARDSnperintendent, teubenville, 0
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