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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
BhtrsrWtnearHral ui deperture'of trains at Co '
ambus. Ohio. On and after Monday, Mot. 13d
3 trlnswiUruMfaUwi j
. iLCleTelaaeU.CaBu.ka.4t ClaniR.R.
."I ' ' LiAra. abwtj"
s If. Y. A Western Express. . 15 A.M. 135 A. M
I New York Express.. ....... .11:10 A. M. ' 130 P. M.
, Mail en :xprees..... ...... 80 P. M. 936 P. M.
' Springfield Aooom.Tia Del- 1:30 P. M. 105 A. M.
Ho. 1 Accommodation 5:00 A. U. . 7:45 P. M.
' Taia train leares Sandaymorning not Monday.
..,-( JAMJ.S PATTERSON Agent.
. tattle Waal & Ceinnakae Xenla U.K.
- ' i. " 1u 'i ,t' -. .-' IUT1. ;- AKRIVB. "
.NigatExpress.... , 2:00A.M., 10A.M
Cincinnati Accommodation. 50 A.M. , :35 P. M.
ExprM. ........ ..... ....... 145 P.M. 11:00 A. M,
Exnrese,.l... ..,..... 60 P. M. -10 P. M
.--- . oi ;- W. H. H. Shins, Agent. ;
tBaltlnaore Ohio K-Mlroaid, Central
-roii-i4 j AiTilon, - , v ,
f.-.'-.un' --.-.-..- LBAVB. AF.BITBV
.Wight Express..'..... S:25 A. M. 12:10 A. M.'
'lightning Express.':. .11:10 A. M. 6:35 P. M
txpte.Jaail.. 1:15 P.- M. 11:30 P. M.
W in6 tm hnu rr$: A. DvSmith, AeBt. !
Otlmiai, Cblcasro aad Indiana Cen
' "rrour. ..ral Hllwr .'; ....... ... .
-I?"'! ' -' -it' i-'C-i ,': f EBATB. '
Jf lght Express.. ...... .....12:40 A. M.
"Toledo Express.......... 80 A. M.
Western Express..: 530 P. M.
-Ua4ixniaaa JOS P. M.
r A KBIT!.
20 A. M.
2:05 P. M.
TS P. M.
11:00 A; M.
..". f; s .' G.A. Hiii, Agent.
.PHta.arerb, ClaetanaU & 8. .enia
loajov Usay. v :i
.,;ij 1'L"-:','W; XAT. ' 'arrtvw. '
New York Express-..-.. S:i5 A. M. . . . 13:00 Mid't
Tjightning Express.. ......11:20 A- M. 5:45 P. M.
Mail aid Express ..it....'. 15 P. M. :r" 11:45P. M.
beanison Accommodation 60 A. M. S0 P. M.
s New York Express run daily. All other trains
ran daily-, except Sunday.. .-; -- -'- -Dennison
Aoeommodation . starts from .freight
yard. ' " "
- i o o John B. FkriBS, Ajrent." '
EIMr v. a' - m v .. '.i .
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
thMl r:iiajrrii;- omu.'
Basteni Thronrh Kails, A. M. iuu- A. su r. M
"PitUburgh... 1530 "l2S
Sastern Way Mails. C C. ! '
: B30 123B lOdIO - 30,
.- A OJl.,'.'...........-..us B30 i.. KK
northwest, Tia t W. A
30
C.AC.K.Ew.....;v.. k'..711.-0 i.V. " kft
Mttt.WmllI.R..Thro' j 'r.iVUo
liittleBUamiE.B..WaT. 1:55 U30 V..v.
U. 0 K. B.. Newark,''- f '
Zanserille A Wheelin. 12-30 le : 730
fr 8wVttisitri '4M i
'Way' .. .... .JK'5
sSreleTllVeV'Ci'ootne ji .
Portsmouth. ........,
'.anoaater. Ohio.......... ....
Cast Vk ay.National Rotd.- 1030
- Ale Vernon Way. Wester- "
TUle.Aei.. MS30
Jiof th Columbus and. Clin
tonTille....... 1030.
. Washing-tonC.H.,TiaHar-'l "i
urieburg. (tri-weeklyj I (Ml
kawiTes Mondays Wed-l '
, nesdays, A Fridays, and f
leares Tuesdays, Tburs-1 , ' .
"days and Saturdays.. .J '
Centre Village. tri-week- v
,.lyj Tuesdays,Thursdays 11 X.
T-SO
.... T30
.... 13:45
.... W
8:00
l.-oo
AO
730!
... 1345
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
ST. DOMINGO.
[From the Official Bulletin of St. Domingo, December
12th, 1868.]
' Ve Iiayi? been; urged to admit ' in our ;
. teiumna the following - article. : We do '.
not beliere that the author's opinions are !
iggerWtediiior do we on the other hand
(jidorseiheii3i ty commenting upon them, .
Wij learej wi th official reserve, tha re- j
eponsibility of his opinions to the author
tiiseu.;.'-''..": v.: .. . ;.. .' : :. 1 :
SANTIAGO, Nov. 26th, 1868.
Ta tAt Editor of the Official Bulletin.- ; ;
Aentenc8'prbnounced in yonr paper I
, of the J7th of last month has made such '
n!' impression on me I have felt myself.
oompeliea to wruo ue present lines, ana
thus 1 broken the resolution which I had
made never to take any part whatever jn
politceJiot out' of selfishness, but on ;
acoonnt. tifthe timidity which does-not
allow me to have much confidence in my
efforts. . --. -
'AfteBaeK"the deluges Did yon apply
tfcisf 'phrase from beyond,; the Atlantic to .
our'kituatidnT .'fAnd when you launched.
tlUyidaA! suddenly before your., readers,
I reviewed in iny imagination all that had
octinrred' lately.' - That is the history of '
yesterdayfrpm, he Capitol to the ifro-'
tectpratoifi .tJiie. 6th pf - Angust; . bom. tiao
7th of October,' '67, until to-day. -' ,. U
, 1T iill''6inil to mentidn' in my historical
; eicursion that these conquertd factions of.
ppjver haye.no. element within themselves
to promise peace, and a great deal less-.
to gfr a guarantee Tor the same, that 1
thej Unge.'frill ,be the ambition of these
samefactions of leaders of their army.;
and fleeVthe disorder in; their -administration,
general anarchy, civil twar, ! so:
cial Struggles, and another war" which I
will not menUon 6nl"6f respect for so
ciety ,, tne general ruin, loss of nationali- ;
ty- streams pf blood and, lack, ' of nire
everywhere. Even now, in '68,;
which is drawing to an end, it has been
8en that the country, or at least the ma
jority of its inhabitants, the -respectable ' j
and working part of the nation, the, mer-
chant, the landowner, the proprietor, the !
agtfcultitrist, the muleteer, the cartdriver, :
alhose, in short, . who make a living
ont.oi their work, or thpir fortune, andj
who do not hold any office as leeches
ate dssifous of peace. - The country can
make no progress without peace. The
oply salvation for; the. ' country .rests in
peace. The mission "of Baez's adminis
tfafion is to '-preserve , peace.' by all de-
mandar, ;-; ?: . . ''.''
iJlereabont inthe. provinces of Cuba
we have been looking for a long time for
the establishment of that harmony be-r
. tw-een' the authorities' and, the ' people -
which, has effected an influx of more than .
$400,000 in gold alone from abroad dur
ing harvest time, Through people who
wero. search of our obacco, and with ,
the assistance of that harmony we hope
that the produce f-ew-labor will dupli
cate or triplicate- itself in the c6nrse oi
next year j for these L reasons we disap
prove and always will disapprove the in-:
' tiiguea pf factions, for we don't want any
paper, money without guarantee, promis
sory notes which only serve' to impoy--'
eiislftis, 'vampires which Buck the blbod.;
out oC usi;,and . btsidts all, .that we -ie-'.
spect those who govern ns to be .digni-n
1 fiedjifof we- kpow pnselves to be a labd
riouB and ; respectable people, and we j
would blush, as wa, have .already been
ashamed before thia with excellent rea
son, if the political administration of the 1
N country should again fall in the hands pf
a'Cabral.'a ljnBeron or a Pimentee. . , .. '
iIt is. accessary by all means for Pres
ident Bae to discover the right way for -
. putting down the factions and for making '
them foreverimpossible, by, depriving
them of alt hope for the success of fu
ture insurrections. ; The. time ,nd op-
. portunity has arrived for getting ahead -of"
those snakes which bite the lime tree .
as chastisement fof their immense inferi
ority. It is impossible that the intelli
gence of General Baez should have 'es
caped1' wbat is ; known : to everybody
however, as I havethis time made up -my
minio write about fitI will do so.
The factions" hostile to the present
system, although Jhey are,; to be sure,
people of not-'innch consequence, are
" well' aware that the country, cannot af
ford to support everi vfor 'twenty-four
hours an administration of men- without
judgment, and a great deal , leSSj-'one of
bfltterflieB f but irt the cojideit. of their .
patriotism they1 do' not forget the. jonr
ney of Pujal, and. tua their .eyes with
hungry avariciousness towards Saraana.
Thisis the great battle horse; and it is
iodispBSabltw- be entirely effected by.
. the impression produced by. their word.'
What 'did'the' threes small rings of,
factiens,f which.' td-day .conspire, each of
thenveeparately nd for their own account,
enter into when they marched together
tinder the leadership of Cabralin search
of .the jGe fleece ? 4 SellSamana.;!
What does Cabral in his isolated po
8ition or Bnrrounded.by utiJitarians.'w4nt T
Not that they, follow him but that they
pnsb. at wants to eeu oamana fc v
.. What is the exeat asniration of Pi-
mehtee in his sherical debility, in the
midst of his vacillations and contradic
tions of Turkish Island ? Sell Samana !
And Luperon, with his protestations
and Insinuations of patriotism, associa
tions of nothing less than the vain-glo-
riousness of having concurred in the idea
ot annexation, cell warn ana !
r All men of opposition parties, small
and large yellow and white men or
mulattoes - with or without prejudice,
blackguards or hypocrites, brave men
Or cowards, men in favour of annexation
or men in favour-cf the Capotello party,
hating each other with deadly, hatred
and hidiDg their anger and spite like a
relio for the day of the distribution of
the booty ; their only aspiration is to
sell Samana!
- And is there no way of annihilating
such ampitious bastards 7 .
If there is any, it is impossible for
General Baez not to bp aware 6f it.'
The country, I repeat it, is desirous
ot peaces Samana is the apple 01 "dis
cord: war. , , ;
I do not hesitate in maintaining that
these are 'the views of Cibao and of the
whole Republic. "" .--?" ': ; ":
I should like that magistrate to put
m a til P witli Vi 1 a annaMAii intalKi.atiA& 4a
a1ieigyt J.wbich corresponds with -the
importance of the question. . -. : -.
j Take, away from the enemies the hope
of Samana, thereby saving the honor of
.1. . T 11. - -1 " 1 t ,1 " .
iae xvepuoiic, is me wors pi ine moment,
the work worthy of the (Governor, to
whom the nation has given the name of
Ureat (Jitizen XGran (JindadanoJ.. r r
TPleasefapcept. ir, the - assurance of
E. M. B.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To ali vom it mny Concm :
CITT CLERK'S OFFICE.
Oolttmrttr. O NoT. 33- 1B6B. L.
Notice is hereby siren that Drdeeedinas hare been
instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for
masing tne touowing improvements, to-wit :
For grading and paring the nnpared sidewalks,
gutters and orossings on the west side of the ra-
ui givuuv wn, Ul IU. BUU UUUSO, UU IV! I"
Ting the balanoe of said racant ground with Nieul
son parement from Town street to Kicta street.
Also, tor laying a double row of flag crossing
across lienter alley on tne souu siae oi spring
street.
Also, for laying a donblowow flag crossing across
center alley at tne sontn siae oi iiong street. -
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by tne Jity Uiril Ungi
neer. and filed in the office of the Citr Clerk.
Ali persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file tLeir
olaimsin the office of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
betore tne jLigntn aay oi Janrary, A. 1. labs.
, li. , WILSON
"'Bovl5-dltaww ' ' ' : . ' City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To ail vhom if may ooneen :
ClTT Cl.SRK'8 OPPIOI.l
COI.ntBD8,O..ie0ll,- 1868, j l
. Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
Instituted in tbe IJity oounoil ot JoiumDus,tor mak
ing the following imDrorements. to-wit:
For building a double carriage way single span
bridge at tne crossing of the canal on friend
street.
Also, for grading and paring the nnpared side
walks, gutters and crossings on Young street from
Broad street to Ktate street.
. Also.for building a double row flag stone pare
ment across Fair alley upon the south side of Chap
el street.
Alan, forbnildina-a 30-inch brick sewer on Gar
stret from Fourth street to Fifth street.
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil ngin
eer. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All oersoos claiming damages on acoount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Fourth day of jreoroarv. A. v. 1B6.
; .., , ,,. f L. E. WILSON.
tdec28-dltaww -- City Clerk.
An Ordinance
To asse's a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing uign ttieet, irom a point va lees soutn oi
Friend street to the south side' of South Public
lane.
SsflTioN 1. Beit ordained bv tbe Citr Counoil
of the City of City of Columbus, That the sum of
Eleven Dollars, Thirty-one Cents. Eight and Four
tenth Mills, be and the same is hereby levied and
assessed upon eaeh foot trout of tbe several lots of
land bounding or abutting upon High street from a
point lis- feet south of F iend street to tbe south
line of South Pabhc Lane, as the saire are desig
nated upon t e plat of the Ciril Engineer, on file
iu the office of the City Clerk for tbeeost and ex
pense' ot grading and paving tne gutters and road
way wit.h:.woodei block -Davement i Nieolson). ex
cepting that part between the rails of one track ot
tne street railroad, along tne same, according to tne
estimate of the City Ciril Engineer, with the fol
lowing credits tor old material: inlot No. 143. or.
Oiii teet curb, at 26 cents; inlot No. 141. cr. t&X
feet of curb at 38 cents: inlot 24Ler. 62JW feet of
curb at 28 cents"; inlot 239, or. 6i feet eurb, at 21
cents inlot 237, cr. 11 feet ourb, M 21 cents) inlot
344i er, 2 feet curb, at 16 eentsr. falot 355. or. (MX
feet curb, at 16 cents; inlot 336, cr'49 feet curb, at
26 cents; inlot 357. cr 55 feet curb, at 16 cents; in
rots 358. 359 and 360, or. 187 teet curb, at 26 cents;
N. H of inlot 364, or. 31M feet curb, at 26 cents; S.
)i ot inlot 365, or. SI X leet ourb, at 28 cents.
80. 2. That the owners of the several lots of
land upon which tho foregoing assessment is made,
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf, to John VV also. A Co., w thin
twenty day trom the date of thia ordinance, or be
subject te tbe interest, and penalty allowed upon
the same by law.
Sio. 3. All ordinances heretofore passed, mak
ing partial assessments for gradins and paving tbe
roadway of High street, from a point 125 feet sonth
of Friend street, to tha South iineol South Publio
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance
Making appropriations for purposes therein named,
Skotion 1. ' Be it ordained by the City Conncil
of tne city of Columbus Tbat there be-and is
hereby appropriated from any money in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums
of moaov, to-wit: .
For expenses ot Street Co"mmissionej and Chain
Hans. SI 1(00 - " v .
For expenses of Fire Department and payment of
old ocDis, ex,ouu. - .
For expenses of City Police. 11.450; - " '
For the payment of salaries of City Officers.
1,500. :
For the pay i ent of Printing and Stationery.
500.
For payment of expenses of City Park, 12.000. '.
For payment of (ias and Oas Lights, 4.000. -.
For tbe payment ef Incidental Expenses, $500.
For payment of Temporary Loan. $20,000.
For payment of expenses of Sewers and Drain
age, 100.
For payment rf expense of building Nioolson
BHAfflnt. ai.S2tr 75.. J - y - - - .
For the pay menof expenses of East Grave Yard.
10.
For the payment of expenses of Goodale Park,
400... .
For th payment of not.- dne J. M. Pngh on the
1st January, i860, f 1,200, v -For
payment of expenses or Market House. 10p
F'or part payment of Thomas C. Thurinan, fp
0 Hating Laws and Ordinances, $51)0.
Src. 2. Tbe sereral sums of moner aporoDriated
by the foregoing section shall be expeuded in the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
ioo'. -
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
Besolution to Contract.
Setotved, That the City Civil Kngineer be, and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of tbe oitv of Columbus, with Michael
Cial v in, for building a double row flag crossing
across Centre alley at the south side ot Spring
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Twenty-fire cents per
eabio yard. . ' - "
For boulder paring. Forty cents per square
yard.
Fur flagging. 14 inches wide. Fifty cents per lin
eal toot.
Adopted Deo. 28, 1868.
Attest : L. E. WILSON, '
jan4-dlt City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
Xttotved, That tbe City Ciril Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorized and directed to coottaot in
tbe name of tbe eitvnf tlnLnniKna wit.lt Mi.hu
Ualvin, for building a double row- flag crossing
wjrws center auey at tne souta side ot AiOng
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For exoavating or grading. Twenty-five cents per
eubin varil.
For . boulder paring, Forty cents per square
yard.
For flagging, 14 inches wide, 50 cents per lineal
toot.
, Adopted Deo. 28, 1868.
Attest: L. K. WILSON. City Clerk.
jan4-dlt
An Ordinance
To change the name of North Public lane.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
the City of Coiomoas, That the name of North
Publio lane be ehanged to Naghten street.
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
GROCERS.
M'COLM, MMSx&xfDOMLDS,
NO. M ii 13 SOUTH HIGH STREET
GKOC EIl S,
Proprietors eoLTjm mm powr
Ir B MAGAZINE, and agenU for the sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
the sale AEDirKRt pHlPPS' A CO.3
Celebrated Sugar . Cured Ham,
, and dealers in . ,
FQKia)!irU)OJIESTlCJ AND-STAPLE
X GR0CEKIE3
In all their rarioties, imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, eus. juli-eodiy
.?iio e ;
c.too',1 prinhnq.
pjixiTriNa.
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TUB ' LABKE8T AND MOST COM
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BOOK & JOB PUINTIXG
:V'.J. ". :. H iiii .')-
ESTABLISHfIEITT
IN CENTRAL- OHIO.
PROPIUETOKH.
'.'i'J
Nos. 36, 33 & 40 North High St,
rf I COLUM BUS, OHIO J
fiui i. .1l i.L. I .- v i -
The attention the Business Pnblia sailed to
the superior facilities of this Establishment,
We hare In constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
or TM
BEST AND LATEST x KINDS
And our ability to get out work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We hare lately
made additions t our already
EiAltCSE TAItlET V Aa
PRINTING TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
ns a call. Our large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of
-. . ... - . - -. i " "r ,
BOOK PRINTING.
n the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this ins to the
ELEGANT SPCIMCNS
i ,. That wa hare executed in th past year.
JOB, HUNTING !
Th reputation of this House for fine Job Printint
, ' . ii well known to the business comznunitr (
' i- i a : 1 A Al
Best of Workmen.
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
i i i ALL UHOS OF ii ' ? '
Mercantile C i S i 115
.Railroad,
Bank and r
Commercial"
r. t :: ', Printing,
. BUOH Ag - - .. ....
Bill Heads, Cards, ' '
Circulars, ''" Letter Heads,
Blanks of au kinds Checks,
Drafts, i :" '; - &c, &c. -
IN FACT.
EVERY KI1VD OF JOB, PRISM
s.
Needed by the business publio.
, We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF, ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Boose in the oity such as
Super Royal Medians,
Demy, Crown Cap,
Cap, . j .;T;".r' sLrt?tteraaid
ixroto JEyx&i?&
Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as we
do, dir etly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sole
Agents for the
t
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
J?JJ A-TNEK' PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS-
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are preoared to
fill all orders for -
Isedgera, .
c , Journ n.1 sa, .
" 'Sav"Boobjsi,
Oalt Book m
And all kinds of Blank Books now in aire. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE U: ACALI,,
NBVINS & MYERS,
S 8'eV 0 ICortliTWca Street,
Q0WXBUB
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DRYiaOODS.
n f-t ;??! ? 3
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DRY GOODS.
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A. C. HEADLEY & CO.
250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
AND3
FANCY DRY GOODS!
lebT-eedly ,
5 1 t-;7 - . '
flSCELLANEOUS.
P I, A N E X."
AHEW APfT COMPLETE COAIi
COOKING STOVE, eombininga large oven,
good baking qualities, beauty of design, economy
of fuel, and cheapness, for (sale by the manufao-
turers, wno nave a nne line or nooa -l ooKing
1-. J U 1 1 nil 1 A UL'P L-
Stores and Hollow-ware.
G1L.L A REEVE.
dec 23 odlm-r
90Northfiigh St.
Great Reduction in Price,
- QUALITT AND PROPKRTIKa TTltlKPArRKD,
A DELIGHTFUL. H0TBITIOUS BEVERAGE.
,3" i : . a Pleasant Invigorating TONIO. "
A Substitute for ALE and ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
A STKENGTHENER FOR THE DEBILITATED.
Especially Nursing Mothers. j
A certain Rbstbdt for Disorders of the
TBBOAT,. CSXST, ZV2TG3 A2TD STOXAOB.
Sold by Druggists and Grocers.
JOS. B. PEDERSEN.
2 Murray St., New York.
Sole A gent for U.S. and British Provinces of N A
jan4-eod3m-THT-r '
50 PEE CENT. SEDUCTION.
Notice to in Kit chants bank
era. Brokers, Publishers, stationers. Print
ers, Companies, Lawyers. Architects, Schools,
tierxymen. circulars, rnoes current, Aieiiers,
Onotations.Catalogues. Music, or snr documents or
drawings mav be obtained at the following extraor
dinary cheap prioes : loo copies, fac aimilies, of
any document or drawing, so., oou copies, a;
1.000 copies, tS, Ac; 100.000 copies. (450, or 60 per
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THE COiniriERCIAIj BAftK. locate
A in "Sessions' Biook," oorner High and Long
street, will be open tor business J anuary tb, lecD.
Aocoucts of individuals and firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed. INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Silrer. Foreign
and Domestic Exobange, tiorerument Bonds and
local securities bongbt and sold. Passage Tickets
to and from all tne principal ports in Europe is-
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of business, except paying checks, Wednetdav and
(Saturday evenings ot eacn week, trom 7 to vo dock
dec30-eodlm . . J. A. JEFFREY. Cashier.
The Columbus and Hocking Val
ley Kailroad Company.
i Notice to Mtockhioltlei-s.
- Columbus. Ohio, Deo. 18th. J8M.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the Stockholders of this Company
win re neiq at its omce, in tne city oi uoiumons
on Tuesday. January 2th, 186S, between the hours
of lOo'olock A. M. and S o'clock P. M at whioh
thirteen Dire tors for said Company will be elected.
and such other business transacted as may be
brnnibt before the meeting. Stockholders are re
minded that the la-v provides that "after the first
election of Directors, no person shall rote on any
share on whioh any installment is due and unpaid."
decl0-d3tawtd-r Seo'y and Treat.
Turnpike Notice.
THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CAPITAL
stock ol the Lancaster. Lithopolis A Grove-
port Turnpike Company are hereby notified tbat
there will be a meeting of the stockholders of said
Company on SATU RDAY, FEBRU ARY6th, 1889,
at tbe office of John Morehart. Esq., Lithopolis,
Fairfield county. Ohio at 10 o'clock A. M. ot said
day, for tbe purpose of electing seven Directors of
said vurnpike road tor tne ensuing year.
. January 6th. 1868.
. 8. O. HENDREN. Sh.,
-' President of said Turnpike Company.
' dec31-dltaw4wAwtd
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Henrv P. Chittenden. - Court of Common
vs. , Pleas Franklin County,
josepna..ocnoonorer,etai.j unio.
IS PCKSTANCE OF AN ORDER OF
A. sale from said Court in the above stated ease, to
me directed. 1 will offer for sale at Publio Auotion.
at the door of the Court House, in the oity of Co
lumbus, i
On Saturday, the 13th day of February,
at! o'clock P. M-. the following deseribed real es-
being tbe south half of the south-west quarter of
u . L . fn IP 1 T)
oecLiua iieigaJceu, . inniuuiy j waive, jwuiga
Twenty-one. Refugee Tract, or the South one-
fourth part of half section Thirty, in said town
ship and range, being tbe same premises formerly
owned by the heirs of Peter Sells, decease !, and in
tbe June terror of ta Court of Common Pleas. A.
D. Ib40. for Franklin eountv, Ohio, in the ease of
Cyrus Sells against Miles bells, recorded in
Chancery Records. No. 4, page 422. Ao. Assigned
in severally to one Luke Sells, and conveyed bv him
to Wombougb, and by Womboogh to the defendant,
Joseph A. Schoonover. containing seventy-seven
acres, more or less, in trust for the defendant, Joseph
A- beboonorer.
Appraisement, JBO per acre.
Printers fees tll.00
E. G a VER. Coroner.
Acting as Sheriff and Master Commissioner,
janll
' Stockholder's Meeting.
'OFFICE OF THE
CoLCMBua, Chicago a Ind. Cent. R'r Co S
Columbus, O., December 24th, 1868. I
AnEKTIne OfTBESlOCKHOID.
ers of the Colnmbns, Chicago and Indiana
central uaiiway company win aeneid at tne ot-fi-.e
tf tbe Company, in the city of Columbus,
State of Ohio, on FRIDAY, tbe 29th day of JAN
UARY, 1869, between the hours of 10 A. M eqd S
P. M., to approve or reject a eoniraot rith tbe- t
lantic A. Great Western Railway Company and the
trie nauway lonraacj, and lor otner purposes.
By oroer of the Board. -
i . GORDON i'OODIE.
deo30-dtd .- . Secretary,
'"V'.'FiYe'.'Cents , Reward.'
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VV run-one J. W.BROWN LOW. said to be a
brotber of tbe uorernor of Tennessee- tie is by
profession a Soulptor. by trade a buster. All per
sons desiring per i anent investments oan with per
fect safety entrust him with tbeir money. At last ac
counts be ilss engaged in the whisky business.
The abovs reward, also the thanks of several vic
tims, .will be given for any information as to his
wnereaooute. upon application to this omce. ,
janT dtf .
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EMOLLIENT CREAM.
THIS DELlGHl't'ULi AND ELEG4HT
. prepaiation, introiuoed last winter, -having
received so many flattering eoinmendationa from
thos who used it. induces the proprietors to bring
it again before tbe public, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the beat protector of the skin
against the inclemency of tbe winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also oonduoes to its health, purity
and preservation. F'or healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
it baa no equal, while its sootbiog qualities and
delightful frae ranee render it a necessary append
as,) to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPLB A
KITriON, Dispensing Chemists. 100 South High
street, Columbus. Ohio. nor4-deodAw4m
Valuable Residence for Sale. v
SITUATED Or H ROADWAY, BE
tween High- and Third streets, containing
twenty rooms, bath house, witH hot and cold wa
ter. . . Also, improved range and furnace. Poaana.
sion given April Ut.
r or price and terms, appiy at uus omce.
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
1
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Trataa Lear Celamhai (TJnlon
"irvw aiauy teanaars isxcepts.)
a . 1 . 1 If mnim vnntnon . . .
Zanesrille at 6:13 A. M,; Bellaire at 10:20 A. M..
DBJiiuiuxv wa, a.; rr aaauogton vity at e:au
1 1:0 A. M.LIOHTNING EXPRE83 Arriring
at Zaneaville at 1:47 P. M.: Bellaire at 5:10 P. M ;
Baltimore at 11:10 A- AL; Washington City atlSOJ
. .a - - - , ,. ... .
'8t8 P. M.IXPRESS MAIX, arriving atZanes
Tillr at 4:66 P. M.; Bellaire at 0:16 P. M.: Baltimore
at4HSP. At.; WasnjngtonCityatsaop.Al. .
: ' Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tiokots to Eastern
eities hare the privilege of
Visiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS ' ON" ALL NIGHT
. , "': . ' TEAINS. ";;.'. ..:
Aalt for TICKETS via
JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation.
, L. M.jDOLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the snperi-
. orstoesoi
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS.
Just received ndf sale by
NBVINS & MYERS
88, 88 & 40 NORTH. IOH SIH
C O L U MB u a
Oar stock comprises a full Una of
Book; -;;
IWrltlngT : ;
. Colored and.
, - . V - - I"
(Print Papers.
.-.-ii. . Wa have a full stock of "
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and rarieties, which will be sold at the
. : : ; - lowest market rates. -
OUB STOCK or
O A. T
' Is aiunipassed in the citr. including : 1
BRISTOL BOARD'
R. R. CHECK, .
". COLORED of ail kinds
And BLANK. '
G I V 13 US A. CALL
NETUS A. MYERS.
nor
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOK T H. E ; IX A. I R .
Improved I
It is an elegant Dressing for tha Hair.
It causes the Eair to Curl beautifully. '
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthj.
It inrigorates the Boots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately steps Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iti Original Color. ...
It brings oat Hair on heads tbat hare been bald for
years.
t is composed entirely of simple and purely reget-
ble substanoes.
it has reoeired 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 blewn
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fanoy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. 0. Well. A Co.;
Schiefielin A Co.. New York. scHNT-moha7-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER , .
Advertising. Agents.
133 Naaaaa Street, New Xorlt y
( EttobliiTud in 1862 J .
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
our agency. Our facilities with all tbe first class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we are fully prepared to offer terms and eon
ditions which cannot fail to give superior induce
m.ntji. W .1 an Mnit advertisements to all'Cnhan
aid South A merioan papers, with whom we have
exclusive contracts We are tbe only bouse doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We can, by special per .niseion. refer to .
Mr. H. T. Hmlmbold, Druggist, 694 Broadway.
New York. . -
Messrs. S. R. Vahduua A Co.. 198 Greenwioh
street. New York. -
Messrs. Hall A RuCXiL, 218 Greenwioh. street,
New York. " . i - . . : .
Messrs. G. Bbucs's Sob A Co., Type Foanders,'13
Chambers stieet.
Messrs. Phalon A Sox, New York.
Messrs. Pheloh A Collsmdik. Nw York.' "'
Messrs. Takbamt A Cc New York. ; i; r.
Messrs. Chickkkino A Sob, New York.
Messrs. Kadwat A Co., Now York.' ;i -:
ooUO-eod3m
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Th. Shortest Route West-No Change'of Cut
Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolis,
" -'. 9
FOOB TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot,
lumbus. on and after Nor. 23, 1868,M
follow.: . . . . f
8-f.rt ATOLEDO AND DETROIT EX '
.VJ.V 88 na". excepted). Arrivt.
at Milford :1T a m. Urbane 10:10 a in. Bellefontaine
16 p m, Sandusky 6:00 p mr. Piqua U:16 a m. Te
ledo.-sopm, Detroit 10.-40 pm. -
This train is run expressly for Toledo and D
troit bosiness, arriving at both places S hear
ahead of any other route. T
1,1 K P. iM. MAIL AND PEORIA EJPRES3
ULO (dnndays exoepted). Arrives at Brad lord
Junction 4M0 p m. Richmond 6:06 p m. Indianaoo
lis 80 p m, Logan sport 10:50 p m, Chicago SM am
Peoria .j26a m. Galesburg 9.-00 am, Burlington
Iowa, 115 a m. Keokuk 12:30 p m, Qalnoy 15 Vm
Louisville 3i30 a m. Torre Haute 117 p m, Mattooa '
238 a m, Cairo40 p m, Pana 4.-0T a m, Alton 8.-00 a
m. St. Louis 9:15 a m, Lafayette 12.-O0 mid. Spring
field, Ills .,7:"0 a m. ,
Passengers bv this train reach St. Louis' the next
morning a Uoa re ahead and for points west
of St. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of
all other routes.
"VPRESS (Sundays exoepted). Arrives at
Piqua 9:05 pm. Toledo 630 a m. lletroit 8:10 Tml
Bradford Junction 9:30 p m, Lotansport lam
Chicago 8:00 a m. Indianapolis 2d5 a m, Terra Haute
ewam,jnattoon:iaa m. fanall.-oo a m. Altoa
8j(IO p m. St. Louis 4;00 p m. Lafayette 75 am.
Springfield. Ills., 4:25 p m. Quincy 1 1-00 p m. Keo
kuk 1:00 a m, Louisville 8O0 a m. Nashville 60
m, Memphis 100 a m.
ja- SleeDinscara ran in thia train fmm rlim.
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is decidedly the best train from Colnmbus to Chi
cago, St. Loais and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville 9 '
ears aneaa and makes direct connections for
an points rr est ana aouia one train in adranoeof
any other route.
19-Aft A-,M- NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily ria
IZi.tt V Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), ria
Logansport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:16 a
m. Logansport 9:40 a m. Chicago 236 p m. Peoria
5:35 p m. Keokuk 145 ja m, Indianapolis 8:58 a m,
Terre Hauto 12:15 p m.Evansrille Tao pm, Mattooa
3:16 p m. Cairo 4:15 a m. Pan a 50 p m. Alton 9e p '
m, StLouia 10:16 p m, Ijifayette 3:10 p m. Louis
riHe 50 p m, Nashrille 50 a m, Memphis 4:15 p m.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 34 hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route.
STATE ROOM SLEEPING CABS
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
" Call for Tickets ria Logansport or Indian
apolis. AS" Tickets for sale at Union and Piqui Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Tioket
Offioes. - -
F. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent.
J . M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
. X"l-7- "Xr.lxxja Sally. '-
EXCEPT SUNDAY. . . r r
From Colnmbns. in connection with Trains on tha
Utile Mian I Ac Colanalsau Sc. Xenla
Ballt-oada, -
NIGHT EXPRESS Leave. Columbus at 15
A.M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Gilead, -Galion,
Crestline, Shelby, Shiloh. Mew London.
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriring at Cleve
land at6i5 A.M., New York 70 A.MiT This train
leares Sunday morning, not Monday. . ' i
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leares Columbus
at 60 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts from the Freight Yard. :
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leares Colnmbns at
11:10 A.M. W ill stop at Delaware, Ashley,Cardin
ton, Galion, Crestline, Shelby. New London, Wel
lington, Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 30 P. M., New York next day at 3:30 P. M. -
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at 2:40
P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh.
New London. Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 8:60 P. M., New York T:iS P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at
6:00 P. II. arrive in Fort Wayne at 1120 P. M.
Chicago at 6:00 A. M,. being in advance of all otb
ar mn t .. haw, amnla lima fn, Inb It f . a t anil t,V.
the earliest train for the West- i
SPRIN GFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 2:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Colnmbns and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3 P. M.. Springfield
6S0 P.M. This train leaves Springfield at f0 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at 935 A. JkL; Columbus'
10.-40A.M.
":" : - . :: ., -.-i in
Patent Sleeptag: Can arc ran ea gall -:
A IB lit Xraia. Cltlcago,.. ....
XVew Tork aad ,
Bosiom. , ,'' ; - ':';"1;
KB" Bajrrare checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; else, to Philadelphia and
New York, ria Crestline.
RETURNING: -.
Night Express arrives at Columbus at V45 A. M.
Cuioinnati Express arrives at Columbus atU :
Mail Train arrires at Colnmbns at 936 P.M." '"
Springfield A ocommodation arrives at ColaunbaA
at 100 A.M.
Fare a. Iiw as by any Other Rente.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. -' ' '
E. Br FLINT, -Superintendent,
Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON.
' Agent, Culamb.SaOhio. -Colnmbns.
Nor. 23. 1868. .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Nov. 23d, 1868, FOUR,
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, 81.
L0UI8, DAYTON, RICHMOND, 15
DIANAP0LI8 A CHJCAOO,
Withou change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
M0ND, and only one change of ears to IN .
DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO.
Connection, are reliable a. follow. . v , .
FIRST TRAIN (Daily),, . -,'
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati. Cireleville .
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon-
don. Xenia, Morrow, and Lovel&nd, aniving a -
Cinoienati at 70 a. m. , , , -
. SECOND TRAIN. : i .
. (Daily except SundaysJ " ! ' -Leaves
at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
' Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West J effsrsoa, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, CorwinrMorrow ,
Sonth Lebanon, Fosters, LovelanH, Milford, ar
riring at Cinoi nnati at 10 A, H. eonneetiBaT.
with the Mail Boats. eounawtwsr,
' THIRD TRAIN. " ',' . " ?
(Daily except Sundays J .
Leares at 1 US P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aad
Springfield, ria Xenia. arriring at Cincinnati at
6:30 P. M. , ...
. . FOURTH TRAIN. '
(Daily except Sundays.)
I .eaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton Tad
Springfield ria London, stopping at Alton, West.
Jefferson, London,.- Sonth Charleston, Selma--Cearrille.
Xenia. Morrow and Loreland, and ar-.
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M.
Sl.eeplno; Cara ea all Nisra Train.,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent ;
W. H. H. SHINN, Agent.
JOHN DURAND. 1
Gen'l Superintendent, I
W. ii. O'BRIEN. -Cincinnati.
Geo! Ticket Ag"!,; - .
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST, LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAW H AH UI.E ROUTE. -
On and attar Dec. 18th. lfiP. trin .nn
follows: . ... ,i
Leave. N. Y. Express.. Mil yMt Line,;
Columbus.. .."..3:16 A. M. 26P.M. llrMA.M.-.
Newark..... ...4jS6A.M. 3:35 P. M. 12:30 P.M.
Steubenville... 9:64A.M. 9.-45 P. Ai. 5:30 P. M,t
Arrive at
Pittsburgh ...J2.00M. 126 A. M. 7S0P.M.
A1DIIMU 1 H . . ,,AVMU M. a AH. a a.uw A AIAa WW ja. . JH-
Philadelphia.. 60 A.M. 4:10 P. M. 90 A. Mi
. I a M a. a n XI ,r M .
now lurii..., o;iDA,jn. ijwt.jt,. sr.
Baltimore 2-30 A.M. 6S0 P. M. 930 A. M
Waahinaton... 5:15 A. M. 10:10 P. M. ' 12-2.1 P M .
Boston 60 P. M. 60 A, M. 120 P. M
Elegant stale room sleeping cars on all night trains.
a . 1 L . I : al.. ll . 1 .1 . . -1 i . . ,
JU .aiv H, jiiira .u caiouiRLau 0 1 1 VOT IraiaCSr '
day and night cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change. '
AV Passengers by the 20 A. M. Sunday traia
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning
naulir.nl,M nma. kafM .A.m.
' m , J??.B i,tc'' wu oenvi ue, o . " -
W.W, CARD, Superintendent, Steubenrilla O,
i H. B. RRiuiifU
JOPTN P." PETRp!SmAeAJt'?uk. O. v.'
3iunel0-dly - c
MEDICAL '
W PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nw
Cotimii of Lictuhu. as delivered at the.New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
jects: How to lire and what to lire for r Youth -Maturity
and Old Age ; Manhood generliV 4:"
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner.'
rous diseases accounted for ; Marriage philosonk.
ieally considered, Ac.
Pooketrolumes containing theae lectures will be -forwarded
to parties unable to attend, on reesintn? "
four stamps, bv. addressing SECRET ARYNw i
YOBB VuBBCM OF ANATOMY AD SoiBNTJl. U .
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