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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
bmrinft tin antral and dmrhMaftntaftlVo'
ambus. Ohio. On and after Monday Nov, 3d
o bu wui ran h louoin t
' CUTtlMi, Olnwakaa Clam B. K.
......... ...... IB ATM. AXXIVB
"f.Y. 4 Western Express..- 1:55 A.M. ' 1:35 A.M;
Maw York Sxvraaw.. 11:10 A.M. 10 P.M.
Mail and xpreaa - S:0 P. 11. M6 P. H,
Springfield Aoeora.via DaL. :M P. M. 10:4 A. MV
fl a. 1 Accommodation 5:00 A.M.. 7.15 P. M,
h TU train leaves Sunday morning not Monday.'
. ..i. )..: , ! JAMJiS PATTERSON Agent, I
Little) Cloabna Jteailaa.
LI ATI. . ARKIVX.
8:00 A. M.- 10 A.M'
5:00 A. M."JS P.Mj
IFlght Express..
Uinoinnatl Accommodation-
XI
i ores
1:45 rM. 11:00 A. M.
........ 0:00 P. M, 1M P. M
Xwreea.
W, 11- u, bHiNN, Agenu :
aValtinaora 4c Oala Kallraael Central
a .art )Jai AHyiaiem; , -f i
AKKtra. i
Iligra Express.......... 3-25 A.
M. ' 1S:10 A. M
.ightomg axprese....;
11:10 A. M- 8:35 P. M-
aipresg
... 1:1S P. M. Mao P. M.
A. D. Smith, Agent. : '
elaiaatmst Oltleaare) anl ladlaas Cea-
iramaiiwara ...
,. "'.: :: - I'":.- .MATS. .7 ARBITB.'
Jight Sxpran... .........13:4 A. M- S0 A. M.
olado Express.."...,.'.... 8:00 A. M. K P. M.;
rMsrn Express......,.". 5S0 P. M. T P. M.
Day xta.......,... 1-J6 P. M. 11.-00 A. 11.;
m ic.M i: ii Q. A. HriX, Agent.
ePlttara-a. Claelnnatl Ac. St. Aala
-tioj'rqi lo ji ij.waj,.i.'. .! .. M i-. (
iluii?' : J- - ibat. i t Amur, i
jlTaw York Sxpran..... :I5 A. M. , 1SKK) Mid't!
liightnlnt Kpro......ll-) A- M. '. 6:45 P. M. :
SA aad Expma ..;..., xA P. M. ' 13:45 P. M.
ataaaisaaAaaomandatloau MlA.ILMr.ll.i
pw i urK .irwi ran ixm.uj. jui QUiai.srBliM,
ran aaur. exeepi si
a AocoBimodatioa Itaru mm rjraigQt;
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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-.yv.i iv: , '. -.-.
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A. a. r. ai ;
Sartacm THroagQ HaH. .lA. ii.i.i
Tia nrvaraiTiuv, aoa
PittSbtfrtb.. .......,.... M30 UJt 1CKM
l-O.C.C. AC. K. K -M ....
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wo
4:15
7 JO
c. i. j Xt . .i . '-. A "liar' .?. .
Uttft Hiami R.R1 tliro' ; ' ' '
little MlsmJ R.K.; War. ' .... J;55 1130, ....
4 O.-.H.- ..' Kawark.--' i i .
i.nasTil1a a Whaaiin. -B 10 : 70
C. O. B War s,,. . J3 -i a ,
Hi-, r. i inroago ana ,
Cirolertlla, Chillieotha A - l:'
Portciaoatli..4it.w-'.j.n tOa TO
Bast w a j. National Soadr
Ml Vareon War.Waatar-
lo-jo
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CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. CALL ME DARLING.
BY CELE SEALY.
-IsdCaU aa'dartia. darUar. aall ra. t. '. U V i
Hoaak i. tandcrlT oaeaaiora.' f
Ai yoa ued to, waaa we parted . .
liilbtlyatajfatber'idoor: .
Then joor aratt ntwined ma fondly.1 ' '
4aa jjva rehaak wat laid on mioa ', I :i
Oh 1 mr darlioc-i eall ao darling,' - ;l
Call ma darlinf. darlinc. eall ma.'"1
wot .?l'aoaB Uj f(T b dead andoold.' H -1
would bear the fond, fond pet name, t1
j.-BotUf apoken.aaorol 4-;,,'ji
'Tleed my pleadings, now. oh bead thejn..
Whila bbt tm am frea fmm tMn : . : "? 33
While a j erea are free from tears :
-it:lHi -axluic : eaji me aaritoc i
'i 1 rri!
KaTT mik rixuIinr rutrTinjr mTI mft..
r-ii.il
It wiH InTatilMt hnnni tmiT
lot Sffnoagb foryeara yoa bare net loved m,l0rs!
le been faithful throofb them alU t' j- i-i
fJCoe tbaaakaof obildren boned, f ., i ; i
5J, riiileebildren. one, two, three-.'; '1 J1 ,
3a LiOfc t my dailincl eaH me aarlinr," ' "
in the aoaanudaar.eama., ( iTx:. r. ? r i
jiofna J" lli:r( J.;n :ii-( K'.'.U '
' It will soothe the ferer Same.
. Conld I hear tb j accent lowly.,
iu'Jcr. Sellable the old pet name -l.W.J
t,r lXeer ace mrroaea faded ti i r- i-'.iiui ;"n
.,:.. White hairt aleam the dark among, t. . ...
""'Ba my darling, call me darlinc ,'
-3 Kj ?bMBlaa'MtMaWyniw.:''!!V'
-Z )TJ A OJ -:! ii-iiai-li
ti-jot)CU tiadarliac darHnr. eallnev' ' i ( ' :.' )
Thonrh to-niaht I'm feTarfinsbad di'nh
1la a, ll h, m, .ImV, U.nM.. -.7 '
And m pieadirici wilt be boshed.-.
Throuxh long years ef silent sorrow; '
i.
3 c'?D bava rovadfae pet dbom km uii I
Then, my darling, eall me darling.
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Speak it gently, ere I go..,,.p,: .
BY CELE SEALY. FROM FLORENCE.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] FLORENCE, Dec. 15, 1868.
On going down to the Chamber to-day
to-wanls 8 o'clock I Vaj I enrprised to find
an nnunanumberpt Rational, Guards
jjs nniforin, standing about the. main en
tcaaceucf the"Palazxo! Velohio. - The
indefatigable gtiestof , eienor Carlo Fen-!
, Y,jka.i at. bapd in the tjOadridgle; dep- j
jnties,''asi theyi arrfved ,assemble4 r and j
talked in groups there j was a genersi ;
A4nf. IMif.niant mnH itnoitnfnn.l UtrS. '
tfeVjfly, BomethJnTirrasnal was going ph.'
sfhe, oyerninent - bad received informs-;
ion ct an jntsnded : manifestations pro
voked by th expected execution pf the
fwn, lately, .sentencedt'torafiatbjat
. SomV fojr -the revolt in lhe-.TraBtevere,
and' whose ; fata, is now ia . the -Pope's
baads;: A'meeting bad beer) , tailed and
was Jbeiogjhpld mthe'JPiaiza ydeI j Jnai
pftndjen.za,! ; and tf' . Vsiannouniei :that
. the persons composing it would resent
. y ,mart9oyy o Ihe C.basQer-i Soon
'after fbey appeared in no greainomberS)
perkap2a0 for -SCO, I 0fuwbom m i part
were iiUrn ai -boy tyAdvia
Jates leading to. the.1 ?nner A60rfB of jhe
oUdin's were, closed, with the exception
of two, at .whicbaentrrea habitually
stand, and-bieh-wet; eniy partially
Wut.'wliile the large 'main entrance" Ver
mained wide open- .protected byo the
xBUaiojnal Gnatds. N attempt, however,
was made to come in, the, people" inarch
ed np the Uffisii W tjie fysii 'and It ifras
nppoBed they Were going to the ijPiftl, Dut
o - or-tj ir"
i'sdeirili.tbe.vanietjy diflDersed. A dele
gatjovii aejisisting :f OUuke,'Laute di
Mrrnteieltfo, Pederici,' and ' three others,
bgn went p to he Chamber an4.anded
tb" Count' Pianciani, a Roman and
deputyTof thtRL)ft,T jetitibu; Vblcb? ie ,
Urnbtt Enrope and t Italy cannot remain
-TiWAIv'siSectrltort'of '4 -bolifidal
3m'.WI' W 'ft: sane- j
Jflip4,Wppor, nod, -endsbyi yrayingj
the Italiaa Pitnnent; in-the- name of
th.e,Romso etafeVanti 'to taStibnDstl
ip6edy in4, "efficacious Jeasures to pre;
yenbawanity. and b patipnal bonoi of
Italy from beingouraged by the exe'
cution of.thejinjjuljfiuva gantenp,;." The
iipi, wUJ..a;jweae,ntedJ nd referred
aO-ASArommittee, andr tviU? probably lead
to another fervid ndl8SUsBiori oT-bman
BTalrar '"" - '-' "
PbpV.sbdnld
consent eaJn w'ebock'JEnrope.and allow
Sis capital Jtr4.be,, dewed ;' ,aa .yet, ac-
coming 10 ieiurar mm ouie lam mere
dbelMTvad that the sentence passed will be
rarried out. Certainly there. is no savr
agami )-An trie present insuinca, :.inai oo
jeet latii tsaube 'ncbyjiil7ltbI:Th
tfnipWved statejbf "affairs In Jhlscquntry
4680; Ijelivldi a Jjoyernpiejlt wnib
gt .7Wagtviaaprclained istillbctn,
priWlng1rBgtb-a H gowi oldernd
likely. to retain.joffice longer.' than any
Cabinet inTtaly "si "tCy.ojnj Videath.
Tha sUte ofitbe : fiaancesn hasireatlv
improved, brigandago has dimin itbtd,
they pYerJehtly-'tame toWai,',halt. and,
mkti' emigrant. " BlpTr -. .Knrnnlo
tne irastevere on uw zbth of Uctober, I
1866 rfea-iVtonVicfi6n'rtW. if,
ttmwmill not batb last victims :declarei
there bast en a fine harvest, the'emtitldn
HIUBVU UJT IUO UttniU Ul HULL JLUg'
netti has ubaWe-without ajiyfiani
festations really dangerous to order. In
short; things look weU hert ' and better
k Home.' Homethinff .most be done to
alter-this state of affairs, and two more
men are to be stretched nnder ' the
fuilhtinfT-Sncbis the? belief, here,
and the extreme party made the most
vi iv. 4 ue xuiaicai papers ezciaim i mo
rniquity,--and ask what the Italian GoV
ernment means to dom It would b well if
those gentleman would answer their own
questions. What can tbe Government
dot Declare war against France, or,
what wonld amount ta much- the -same
mach upon Rome ? Do the Left desire
to see the French, .in Tnrin, or to wit
ness another Men tan a Do they think
themselves able to revolutionTze Italy
an& Europe, and cast down Ihe potentate
wnose arbitrary interference in their af
fairs offends them! This continual spur
ring of the Government to do something
is unfair and unpatriotic" This Gov
ernment's: opposition 'is difficult "and
painful aSTegards-Rome and France.
( has nojnore power to save the lives
of the two men now; in the condemned
cells at Rome than it has to avert the
doom -of "tny-'twb criminals" in"1 Si
beria or Japans :-.' It- ' did71 what - it
could in .the, case of ' the. two men
lately executed... . Any remonstrances
it mW offef and iL canbffer theni only
liiuireuny ana wunoui auinoruj woojq
be worse than useless,.The EmpeTot
Napoleon has bnt to say a word to save
the lives of the ptfof wretches, GinYio
Ajani and Fietro Liissi, whose joint ages
make 134 years, and who have been con
demned for a political crime, for armed
resistance" Jo the? Papal authority. f If
the JCmperof goes aoi come to U'e, rescue
i4.cf a odj jbff sapjboied that bei desires
to increase the difficulties of Italy and
its Government.
A Politician.
Col. Watson, a well-known politician
of Virginiarjoyd greftv personal popr
nlarity on account of his affable man
ners, and whenever he was a candidate
for office .he, ran. ajbeado the ticket. ?e
geeiallyT spoke tof eyetybody he ;inet,'
professing to know
' On one oc
casion, during the last Presidential cam
paign, he met a countryman, whom he
shook by the band and commenced f i r'
" Wny, how do you do, thirl l am
very glad to see yon ; a fine day, tbir j.J
thee yon ethill ride your fine old gray,
thir."
. Oi sir , this horse is one borrowed
this morning." iu ;
" Oh ! ah ! well, thir, how are the old
gentleman and lady?"
. "jHyrwents have, been jdeadbopt
ire yearaisir.'' -i i'-ii J i f S i v-
" Hut how is your wife, thir, and the
children?"
"I am an unmarried man, sir."
"Thnre enoueh. Do you sthill live
on ihai feld farm l'i e t k fe-" ;
vl?p,' bit, I bave just arrived from
Obie, where I was born."
"Well, thir, I gueth I don'tknow yon,
after all. Good "morning,, thir! ' Mar-
pert Magazine. - ' -
Continental Currency.
yTbeJCreasjory departments for-Beyeral
fears' barireeeived -from time 6 tithf,
through the mail and by express, trans
missions ot old UOntmental scrip, in va
riona sums,.-from different parts of the
country, with request to redeem in law
ful money. The last request -of r-this
kind was from (J. W . Jlantz, 01 vJumcy,
ill., who enclosed a $50 note. Treasurer
S Dinner returned the ramer. with tba for.
IT -t - J- 1 . - - - I i .--. i-r-
owing letter.
By the act of Congress passed August
4, 179u; the continental currency was
receivable at tbaTreasnry until Septem
ber 1, 1791, at the rate of $100 in said
currency for SI in specie- ' This privi
lege by the act of May 8, 179 J, was ex
ftndstJH iMl1"-!7 bihce'VKicb
pate x&eta
iaabeeri n6 law pennit(in its
redemptidtf.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
i."" CITY CtBEK'S OFFICBi' " )'!-Lh.f
xwk t!ot-VMBcm. O.. Nt.T. M. '
Notice it hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Colombo:, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For grading and pavinc the on paved sidewalks.
gotten ana-areasinp mm ina-aven maei xae va.
eant around treat of-the market aoase. and for na-
vita ie balance of said vacaat aranod with Nm,.l.
Also, for laying a double row of flag crossing
acrots center alley on ue souut siae ot spring
street.
Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
center auey at-tnesoutn siieot lonf etreek -.
The same to be done in aOeordafioe w.ith nlmts and
estimates to be prepared- by the -City Civil Engi
neer, ana niea in tne omce 01 tne uity litem.
ah persons claiming a mag ae on aeemnit er said
DroDosed imarovaEaantaAraraoMirMl Alir-Alim
oiaimsin tne omce 01 tiie liierk, in writing, on or
oeioro tne x,igntn oaj. oi..jnury. . u. 1B68.. ;
novz5-dltaww City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To all whom it nay concern ;
CdL&lavt. O.,
Notice is harabv given, thaAproeeedincs have beea
lnmiLuwd ui vi y vonncrtoi ieinmoaluriiaJ
ing folrowtng knproVements.ur-wit: " "
ror nuiiaing a aounie carnage way single span
bridge at the crossing of the canal on Friend
atreet.
Also, for trading and pavina the unnaved aide-
walks. .: and croealnja aif Young street from
iSroatree to statesuaet. xa. i.
Aiso.ior oaiiaiDK a aouoie row nag sxone pave
ment across fair alley upon the south side of Chap
el street.
Also, for building a so-mcn brick sewer on Uay
from Fonrth street to Fifth street.
reet irom xourtn aireea iu a hw aireob. -
The same to be done in accordance withnlats am
1 be
estimates to be prepared by the City CivU Kngio.
and filed in the offibe of the Citv Clerk.
All persons olaimina damaees on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on
Krn (ta VxnMh jlaw ftf Vmhmmm A 11 IQCQ
TlecSB-dTtaw4w City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes.therein named,
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of the city of Columbus. That there be and
hereby appropriated from any money in the Xxeas
nry not eigtgfore ajjpreprjated, tlic following tumj
For expenses ot Street uommissioner and Chain
Du. Bl 000
For expenses of Fire Department and payment
old ueots, sk,mw.
Vnr axMnRM of Citv Police, tl.450.
For the payment of salaries of- City Officers,
Fair 'the paya-ent of Printing and Stationary,
auu.
For payment of expenses of City Park; St.000. -For
payment of tiaa and tias Lights, S4.000.
For the payment of Incidental Expenses, $500.
For Davment of Temnorarv l,oan. S30.000.
For payment of expenses ofSewws and Drainj
s.JpijiXf e'lpanaet o buAdirtg liedieea
pavement, 1.321 75.
For the payment of expenses of EaeHIrava Ygrd.
Sio f -.
For the payment of expenses of Goodale Park,
8400.
For the payment of note due J. H. Pugh on the
Ui ifiuuarj, ioDv.vi.
For payajena -ot epenserf Market House, 1U
x or part payuieuc 01 A nomas t. Xnurman. to
a llatina Laws and Ordinance. B5oo. .
Sic. x. The several sums of money appropriated
by the foregoing section sball be expended in the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot the City Clerk, passed
ki,
WM. NAGHTEN.
President
Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
fi -Atwetiaj if. jpmoH, City-CIer. S f ? Z
Besolntion to Contract.
Snohud, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract
the name of the oity otColiimhiiaj with Michael
uaivin, ior ouuaing a aouoie row nag crossing
l'., .ii.. .7 .c; iirf.
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:"
r or excavaung or graatng, i wenty-n?c cents per
oudio yara. . . -
For boulder-ne tin. Torlr-nmta niannil
vard. t
For flagging. 14 inohea wide. Fifty cents per lin-
IW lout.
Adopted Deo. X8, 1868.
Attest: L. E.WILSON.
jana-dlt pfiw tjiefW-
An Ordinance.
To change the name of North Public lane.
Sbctiok 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
chjoAahaJ.-
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, 1868.
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DH? 'GOODS.
.-lllJ j .U IJ'iC :jl.Ci l. t ... .
FANCY ; DRY GOODS
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USTOM AND " ready-made i
PI
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THfi-OHIO
BlerehftntTailoring & Clothing Co.,
SO. 185 OPZRAMOtSS slooA;
11 J.. :it: ir.-t ) t .- CelBmbasiOUe.
ASCPRnB HEW.STOCK l CtOTHS,
Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings. both
Foreign and Domestic for Fall aad Winter wear..
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials "and our work
to be in the height of the mods. We s all spare
no pains in producing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found anywheie. ...
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, .
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
In the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in ail the varieties
of .the season, at very low prices. ; . ,
GENTS' FUBNISHING.G00D3
In full lines, alwars kept on hand.
y xi c i. it i nir ina, supenntenaent.
" JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W . G. PuRKS, Foreman.
oetSS-deodSm " - -
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HUNTER'S ; i
Clothing liuiporinni,
No. 220 South High St:,""'';
'. XCjMIlJ8, OHIO.
IRATE JTJSX BEOElvJBD THE
larcest and finest stock of Fall and Winta.
Ooods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
Exts'llsBn and -i" ii
Domestic Clottxm,
Cm mint eres., &zs.t
For Oentlomen's wear, which 1 will sell at the-low
est Cash prices.
Also keen constantly on hand a well m1tvmA
SSookof
READY MADE CLOTHING.,
. JOHIf HUNTKB.
juM-dlr " S30 South Hiah .
BOOK BINDERIES.
, . 600,000 .... fl :
BOOKS WASTED FOR BIXDIXH.
HAVE YOU
A HT- KOUKA flAZINKl SHRRT
V 11TJSIC. Ac. Ao that vou wish to have
bound in a nice firm blndinsr. nromiitlv. nt low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
lueoiiy uj giving iiouco tnrouga posicmoe, or at
Franklia Steam . Book . Binder y
.-Aim ,
BL ANK-EOOK: M ANTJ FACTORY
I ne of the largest and. best appointed Binderies
the State. -
Kooim 34. 38. 89 rrtt Hlen Street.
(Over Mesrs. Narina MyerY and -Statesman
t -.. steam ranting umees.) v
BLA9K BOOKS! - .i -."-
BLANK BOOKS!!
i . BtiANK BOOKS !
Of every description and aoalitv. from the hinhaat
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any repaired pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest nrioea. ' J
Orders from Gcunty Officers, .Banks, Merchants,
and all Omoel-reqoinng-tfC fEhlOR BLANK
B00K8. will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal atientioxi. - i . .
X our patauaago reapeotfnlly solicited
N. XV. LEFATOR,
- . ":;J t - vi- - ' y
t Mtg-aaMSrs i j j. rropnetorj
!
SIEBERT & LILLEY,
Blank 'Book Marufacturers,
PRINTERS. BINDERSJIND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK-BOOKS
$ Avery dscription,-witu-or without priated Hexd-
1UKS. ior
COUNTT OPPICEBS, KgKCHAKTg, KlNFPiCTUHKES
BANKEHS, BAUJtOAD COMPANIES. AO.
MS" Full sets' of riooks made on Short notice,
warrantea to give perfect .satisfaction. i
OPERA. HOUSE; BUILDING,
- aprll-eouly . . - COLUHSUS. OHIO.
WATCHES AND -JEWELRY.
F. A. & Li LESQIIEREUX
. IMP0ETEB3 AND PEALXKS IS2 '
JEWELRY,
CLOCKS,
SIETER aad
PLATED WARE,
CAKES,
SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY, ; - ;
- i! h J ' I. ,
- sold praav i-
POCKET-ROOKS and ':.V.,
..-t:ii ... -. OPERA GLASSES
" r is iNDLiss Variety.;";';
k Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seta Th.mai' aaa WaterbnryClscks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
j - - ior tne.- " .i,
" ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' tools and Materials, Watch Glass-
; es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
Ui. nLtAA.
W All orders promptly filled -and satisfaction
febI-eodlyt Ho. 71 South HinB at.. Oolumbi
r BANKERS. -
P."W.V3 HUNT1NGJCM CO.,
tB ArN IC E R S v$
Corner Broad A High Sts.
r.K.. r y'P (tt.t .--ijiiv:,'!
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
feM-dly
i .- '.'i ii.ii
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f. BATDBX. JOB. HtTTCHESON. W.B. HATIVK
e HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
, J. IS S. HItlli STREET,
ianM-dly-r ' -' 5alamaa, O.
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T. fALLEiy, Abo;t.,4vO
WILI, CONT1NUB THE CUAL BU A
: ..Nli8 at his present stand, ,;, ..s,; :;i
' .T-. No. 135 JXorUs Iligb at reetVo on
and will take orders ia both VAMBRIDUeV-
H0CK1SU COAL, which he a prepared to sell
the lowest market price. "
ar Hpeeial attention paid to Shipping."
i mySO-eodly n.. . i- .i . : . - e i-i i -r?
' " FURNITURE. '.' ' n
.Jili.1 il-.I. :' ?.i-J .i.,ili:
MICHAEL HALK. ''" CHARLES O. BELLOWS.'
O. P. L. SUTLER.
IIAL9I, BELLOWS & BUTLER,
FURNITURE" WARE -ROOMS
N eaw S 18 2 1 g Sort tit Hiarb .", -' f '
,i;- i : I; IA COLUMBUS, OHIO.
(7Aaarinae Uauufactory it at th loot
. i . .. Souti ttrtet, oh th Canal - -i
' Thlsir hnsineas tranaact inna. both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio.
renaaj'tvania ana Indiana., jow iouiuiicwim
PARLOR, BEDROOM,' OININGROOM, HALL, AND
ir 'ii i Al IkHcN tUHWIUHC ."-"":!
flf .M fliuu, ..j .vat. Hi.,&-n of suoeriorwerk
mansbin and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs
every description, wnoiesaie ana ji.buiu. .
e febo-dAcdlv ' -: 1 '
" . cosimissidn:
:'f;,WM.;MpNYPEiTOr:
Forirarding L ai and 'Xommishloii
MERCHANT,
' " J DEALER HT it tsV e:-.aiT
CR A IN O PAL L.'K I NP S
. orH;,rHMKi'vAtc.or
..a .1 .:t rt Prices 1 Pai J at'all , timea for
Carn, W Barley, e., etc.'
i ne,! ar-d 1 " ' F F' I C ' rS r!-im I
Nestr West End at Plaat K a lltfr3
COtVVBM. VBIO ' ' i
febU-deodly i-ibii
Passed Dec. 28, 1868. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
ti '-4.,
RAILROAD
Tliree Train. LeaveColamIiu. (Cnlen
Depot), Aiatljr cHuaAays excepted.) i
- "'. -- '- " i
3!85' A. ".MIGHT EXPRESS, arriving a
XaneHVllle at S:13 A. M u.n.;u . ..
Baltimore at A. M.;' W aahington City at 8:tt
lltlO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS i rri ring
at ZanesvUle at 1:7 P. it Bellaire stwlp! M
Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at U3J
2. 15 P. M. EXPRESS M AIL. arriving at Zanee
Tille at 4:56 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:16 P. M Baltimore
iifwr, a.s n asningtoa vity at as r. At.
Close eonneotiena made at Baltimore- and Wash-
Ingtoa with trains for Philadelphia and Mew York.
- Passengers holding through tickets to astern
ciue. have the privilege of
Yisiiing Washingtoii City, Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
H .'I
.SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT
Ask for TICKETS via BELLAIRE
.
. . JNO L.WILSON, Master of Transportation
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, tten'l PassengOT Aa
PAPER WAREHOUSES. ,
!
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attentloa of the Trade is oalled to the aopori-
oratookof
!. . . J " . - - " i i
.o --: : -l.-i. -vi . . vli
TAPERS f: OF A1L, RINDS,
: I iti't-i'!" -it': i --yy-
Jastraeelyed ndf
..: u:. -.. . -l.I-i
sale by
: in ) .
i '.
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SEVINS 1 MYERS
S6t 38 40 NORTH
1GB ST.V
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1 l.'l'tl '.Vrti rll
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-j . .wataMMw , J,'.; j. .;.U.,i
Our stock comprises a fuDHneof ' -
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:-i.t- '.''.l:t ' ' J.'i' . V if
i :
.Book
U.K..
! in '-!) 1
ii;i 'f :w . .
-j.1; ii?.'tB.i i
, I Writing''
Colored and
(Print Papers.
; .'5. - !
Wc have a fall .took of 1
j 1 .A-. l"i;i. -: t-V
f 7
!: -,i;:i!
i? inj't! n '1F-ft
Of all liies and ysrietTef,whlch will be sold at the
r :; ,Kr-r.i lowest market ratea,,;.;
il-j -i 1 ?i .iTiihi: i 1 ' t'i "
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.'.' .! il i1(-.iC !1 A llf
i on STOCK lOT
' ;t.;l i.i ft J.?it!ri i;.t ??
lo
1 If nnsarpasved in the oity, including
;;bstol?board;;;:!
".'Rs'CHEC
-COLORED of ail Icinds:;
."And BLANK.
P.i f;-.-if.,:!ii(
' -t., -v.r.
(flo j'fcl .f i'" 10i
: UftvA': CAIiU'
t-.. wit,) V :i- ' :!; ..!
; '- NETIS Sc MTERS.
il
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NEW yORK-sii
REEVES' .AMBROSIA
?;.') ifi.T 3-)T
.-.Jf.T7'fia-- - - -'
FOB.! THE ' HAIR
IttiproTedi1 ;
-J1
.
!
a
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,i- 1 - .--J i , . -' .!Ts.
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. io
, Iteaaaes the) Bair,toCarl beautifulry.ii i-; !i
-It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.1 f i- X''
It invigorates the Roots of the" Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Haifalfing Out.
JLi keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
IB restores Grey Hair to HtOrigiaAl Color.''i' !"'
It brings out Hair on hea4sthat hay been'baldf foi
la
! .iX i
.gear.
i : --fa
it.
f t fs eempAsM entirely of simple and purely veget
!K ,r- Jl i 11 ,.;
ble substances.
It has received over six thousand voluntary ,,Bti
mocials of its exceUeuoe-. many which are from
T ' physicians in high, standlna;. "? . .
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Drusgrsls and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Oo.'; F. C. Wells A Co.;
SchieffeHnA Co.,Ncw York. IsdHirr-mohS7-dly
of
;
'
,!
':
, J. VIENNOT & CO.,
GENERAL KZWSPAPER . . lt .
"Advertising Agents-
133 Nasaaii Street, New sferk . ,
' ' HCatablishtd i 1863 J ; "
-i We beg to-eaVF he ettention of d.ertisei to
..our agency. Out facilities with all the first Mass
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared tp oner terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give superior induce
ments. We also send advertisements to-all Cuban'
atdSonth Amwicapatwra, with whom we have
exclusive oon'raot. W 'are the pnl. b.use deing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
r .;.) yfflirfrrlwinn-refr ti
Mn H.- I.- HBUaaoiBl iDrnggisV aJIfcaKlwayi
"Messrs. S:.AirriB Ob.Ti! Greenwich
,! str.t,Aew.erk.. ,, ... tji -i.' -ti-o j.'l P i:ti
Messrs. Hall A Ruckbl. S18 Greenwich atreet,
I4.w Tork. cii....o t-i..i Oi tj iiv,-il . -i
Messrs. G.Bbcok's Son A Co., Type Founders. IS
Chambers stieet. '
Messrs. Phalon A Sox, New Yorki olP tflt
Messrs. Phklon A Coiakbdir. New York.
Messrs. Takbant A CoTNow York. ..
-MessraCvioiBMiwA San. New f
Messrs. Kadw AT A Co..New York.
oetM-eod3m
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
l- . ..Ji.-H !! " r ..,
The Shortest Eon te'West-Mo Change of Cars
Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolis. -
"' '- It ni .,; )ii..,,t
FOUR TRAILS DAILY leave Union Depot.
UmbnttOnaad after, Moy.sx.uss -
-toUows: ' "
ft'Ofi AiiaT0JjE0 AND DETROIT EX
O.UU PHESS (Snndavs excepted)' Arrive,
at Milford H7 a m, Urbaoa lo-lo a in, Bellefoauiae
1:05 p m, Sandaskr 6:00 p m. Piqua 11:16 m. T.
Iedo6-S0pm, Detroit 100 pm: ..." . "
This train is run uxinessfy for Toledo and D
tmit busines, arriving a both, places 3 Jaaar
ahead of any other route.
11 K h lf MAI'' ANJ? pEORIA KTPRES8
4 LO- (??ndaT' ?,,50?Pt1): Arrives at Bradlord
Junction4H0p m. Kichinond 6K p m, Indianano
lis80 p m, Logaapport 1050 p m, Chicago 8 KM am
Peoria M5 a m. (iaiesburc 9M m. Barlinrton
Iowa. 116 a m. keokuk 12:30 p m. Qdlncf 1:4? pi .
LouisvillexO a m. lerre Haute 117 p m, Mattoon
13 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 4Ta a, Alton 840a
n. 8t. Louis :1S a nwliayette 1SKI0 mid, Spring
field, Ills-. 7ro a m. ... ...
Passengers b this train reach St Loufs tba aext
",!S,0, nd tot eints went
of rJt. Louis and iveokuk one train in advance of
all other route. ..:.iT ...i .. . , .
550 pfci?iSHiA2.AND81'0l'isEx-
fJJ VI PRbsa (aunavs excepted). Arrive, at
Piqua a Toledo a uSioit
Bradford . I unction 80 p m. Loiansport 10 a m
Chicago 8.f 0 a m. Indianapolis 8:36a m, Tare Uauta
6:30 am. Mattoon 9: 15 a m. Pana llo' im. Alto
P U.Ail 4:00 p lfTette 75 a m.
Springfield, ilia., 445 p m. Quincy ll.Wp m. Keo
kuk 1:00 a m. Luisvilk.tta m. MashvUle 60
m. a)ampb,is 100 a m. ., . , (
AST" Sleeping cars run in this train from Colnm
bns to Chicago and St. Lo.is without change. Thas
is decidedly the boot train from Colrmbua to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it make's quicker
time aad arrives at St. Louis and .Louisville
.boar a ahead and makes direct oonnsctions fur
all points West and South on. train ia advance of
any other route. ,.. .-, .... .
lO. If. A. O. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
U.iu Indianapolis (Mondays excepted); via
LogaDsport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:1s m
m. Logansport 80 a m. Chicago 335 p m. Peoria
L , l 1 r. .r 1 , . -
:m p ui, uctus im.u in, iiiuianaooils osw a m.
Terra Haute 12:15 p m.Evansvill. 7 JO pa, Mattoon
3tl6 p m, Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa 5.-00 p m, Alton 00 p
m; tit. Louis 10:16 p m, 1-afayetle S:io p m. Lania
yi'le 50 p m , Nashville 50 a m. Memphis 4:15 p m.
tiieusBn wj iriiia traiD arrive tne tuns uy as
St. Louis 3H hours and Ghicaao A tun mAtA t
any other route. . .
STATE ROOSI SLEEPEtG CARS
Rnnrn this train from Pittsburgh te Indianapolis.
IS" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis; - -.. ..... . '. :i . ..,
mr rtcgets ior sate atr union and fiqua Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
i n ... ... ..
r. CHANOLER. Uenl Ticket Agent.
J.'M. LUNT. General superiatendenw:
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS. —AND—
l-?Jl--
Cincinnati Railroad.
i
"'"'" . "EXCEPT 8TJlfDYaii-if)-j8 ,.
From Columbus in waaectioa Witt Traiaa an this
LIlU7Uaaal Celsrmbaa A Xeala
,., Jrteilroaclsb-. . t. , '
NIGHT V. XFRE S S-Iirva " f?orflims at IK
A.M.. Will stop at Delsirara, Carding ton. Gilead,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, sbilohr New London,
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land at65 A. M., New-rh 70 A. M. This train
reaves. Sanday morning, not Monday
. su. i ALUUSiuutiAiiun-Leaves vorBmnus
at 50 A. M. i Will stop at all way stations. Thai
train starts from tte freight 1 ard. .
NEW YORK EXPRKSS-Leaves Coltrmbns alt
11:10 A. H: (I'iUstopatDelawara.Ashleyardina
toa, GaJion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wel-linatoTj.-Grafton
and Berea. .Arrives atClevalaai
at 3f P. M New York next day at 30 P. .
mail AWDfcA-riuiMS ieavesuoiumousatiMe
P. Will step at WortMiiartrm.Lewig, -Onteg ,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New' London, "Wellinston, GraftonandiJevea.- Ar
riyeat Ueveland at 80 P. M New York :I5-P.M.
Passeneera for Fort Wayne and Chieage, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping ear-atCreatliaaat
6:00 P. 11. arrive in J ort Wayne at 110 K. M
Cb cago at 6:00 A 'M.. being in advance of "all tri
er ront-s, have ample time tor breakfast, aad tajje
the earliest train for the West .
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODAtfldK T14J DBO
A W A UK t-Leaves Columbus at SO P. M. WUI
stop at all stations between Colombo and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3i P. M Springfield
0 P. M. This train low on Springfield at 70 A.
M arrives at Delaware at 85 A- X; Calains)ua
100 A.M. , ""
.-.a .i:i-'J.- i i - niiii.n i.o j -tlT
PateatSIeeptaa; Cars) arc sran aaal
- CPU ChIcao, ;a ,
New Tork aad . ' '"
' ' ' BoalgrBV.- lt."Mii
.ijzl
1 .i V .-.U I, i , -IK 'io , il.irVK1!, m
.TaT Bag gage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ;' also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.' .. . ;i : i j. ..inii
, , RETURNING:, 1 " "
' Nlrht ExpreBB arrives at Colnmboi ai 4I A. M. .
Cincinnati Express : arrives aA Columbus at.j -P,
M. ., .. ,
'Mail Train arrrrea at Obromhna at tS6 P. M; -n
Springfield Aooommodation arxiyat at Colombna
atlo)A.M. " . ' ' J
ara at lWw as ky aai wthr IlaaAaa
i ' Ask for TiokeU Ha CraetUrjaor Clsveavria. !s
;- -- Kii .,B. 8. FLINT. . ....
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Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio,
1 " - . JAMES PATTjBHSON.
- - - ' ' i Agent, Columb. a, Ohio,
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Columbus. Nov. :SSil&88. . - l.T.. r
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
i
RAILROADS
'
On in' ' after MONDAY," Nov. 53d,-1868, TOW
i.i a TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus ,
FOB CINCENNATI, 10UI8TILLE, CAIRO, 8T.
LOUIS, DAYTON", RICHMOND, 15-
vi.'DIAHAFOLIS ft CHICAGO. , :.(.:,; a
WHhou "change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
... MONO, and only one change of cars to IK ,
'" DtANAPOUS and CHICAGO. : "c
It .ST.. . i. . ui . i - : a,-" -i-'lUL'-iiJ
. , Connections are reliable as follows
...1 u. . . . i i. . i a- -'S
FIRST TSAia (Daily).
v-i.--twt -.'r " i - i "
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati. Cirolevflle
' Jjaacaster, Hillehoro andOrHI ioothe; stop, at Losj
loa, Xenia, Morrow, and ixiveland, arriyinc a
" Cincinnati at T0 a. m. . r '
o a ' I "! . inl'Jx) M.i'.'i.
y ,i SECOND ,TRAI1N,1J. j,.. -f
- - (Daily except SundayiJ ,
Leaves at 5 MX) A.' M. for Cincinnati. Tlavtn'n
L . Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
vt eat J eneraoa, Aionaon. ooutn wnsrieston, (Mima,
Cedarvrlle,Xenia, SpringValley.Uorwin, Morrow.
: ;Soath- Lebanon, fosters.. Lov.lani. Milford. ag
riving at Cincinnati at 106 A. M., oonneotins;
' with the Mail Boa. " ' Tf
; -i li- t" THIRD TRAIir.ii s!
; ' l!' ! KBaily except BuijdBygJ "1' "l"1-'
Leave, at tt P; M for ChieinBati. Dayton aad
riprirgfield, via Xenia. arriving at. Oinoisngti at
-' gO p. ii. - -l.
ml !'
I --15
S FOURTH ttltN. 1W
mj am. i j oauvys a.) u u u aa D S
Leaves at F.:MP for Ciaelnaatf,: Dayton- and
.Springfield yia Louden, stopping at Alton, f West
"Jeffersor; ' Lohdon, " South ilharlesfon, gelma,
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveiaadt' aad as
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. At.
V r.(;.i t .'I - i mi 1 ;riJnfflT
s)i.eepiBar fjaxaaaa .alJgfc.ijra,!,
HENRY BROOCKS. Ticket igt
TickiW :
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
'av-,'JFMX BilDUt ftOUXJaV- E .A
'
f ri i ! t .'ii ,?."Vf ,.tCR ?r
On and after Dee. 18th. tfn win
follows: .lit, iCl r. k ). .vol..) lo . -
Leate.i?nig-iY. Expegs eMail i . J'aat Idne,
Columbus.
.... Bill It. ftl . Tlfi I. M . luru a..
.6:15 A.
Newark ..'.-A5 A. M. :iS:S5 f. M. 1WF.H,
Steubenvillc...:54 A.M. i .S6 P. Mv A3 P. M,
Arrive at, i-.-K ,-.-!!
Pituhurgh...-18 00 M MSA.M., T7r20P.f.
Harrisb?rg.-.. .10:80 P M. -12:06 P; M.; ' A.M.
Philadelphia.. 80 A.M. ,.A:I0PM,0 Mi
New York.... MS AM170 P.M. KOP.M.
Baltimore.. ...i:30 A.M.6S0 P. M, -. :20 A. M.
Washington;.. :W A. M, r0:16 P". M. "118 P; M.
Bosu-...-So,i!. M.j-i A.Mw,! igAPjJg.
Elegant stateroom sieving oars on all nighttraAna,
: On- the Fast Line the celebrated"snverJPal.
day and niaht can are raatbiwusa fiesn 43alnmhsja
to Philadelphia and New lork without change.
1 r Paeseagers-by tbeSr0-Ar M-i rundaytrwTB
arrive in New York atS. o'oloek Monday gaoinisia.
an advantage never before oflered." "-..-w
i-jiiJ L'-.lVi .'- r r-ni: "L'l. u;S. P. gCULLi-m
. GenrTickajt Ag't. SteubenvUle0.j
- YTi .tIARD; Snpermtendert, Stenoenyilre. O-
''-:" V" ',"KlAt'c.'
JOHN B.-PETERS.ATOW).lmkuita:" 'J a
f innelO-dly r -, ... - . .; Il,.r t
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irii Una A fillii bug
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BPrJHiOrfJrHY OPMlRRlAGE?'!iJrTgi.
iecB8Ji OFviiXOTiTMBH. wxIdinrM.u ana Anw -
York Mnaeutn. of Analnmv. embraoinr the nnK-
jeeta: H liv ml .bat-to Hve-fnrl Ynirth",
alatnaty and Uld Age; Alannooa genera yeviwwf .
ed: Thaeausa of indigestion, flatulence and Nrr- '
yaaa iiaeasM aoooontod. iur ; Alaxriage pLiloaophi.
icaiiy considered, Ac , i, r
Pocket volume containing "there lectures will b
forwarded A. parties naabiao attend, pa receipt of
four stamps! b7 addressing SECRETARY, Saw
Yobb Voaioa oy, AxAfOAT Ana Soibkobvais
Bkoadwat Nr Xoax. VKi-febSg-dly

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