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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
- Bnowrng the arrival ui departure of trains at CC
mm baa, Ohio. Ob and after Monday, Nov. eSd-
t traiai will raa aa MlMnt
OlaralaMt tDataaahae CIn'tl It. It. "
fcj- .nf "-'-':: HMlr ''Am--If.
Y, Western. Express.. li A.M. 136 A.M
New York Express... MM A. M... ldO P. M.
Matt end -xprees.... ....... 9:40 P. M. SiSSP.M.
Springfield Aeeea.eia Dot.. D:sO P. M. 10-45 A. M.
ao.lAoMiajcaedtioa.... 6.-00A.M.1 7:45 P.M.-
This "alnleere Sunday morning not Monday. '
. JAMES PATTERSON Agent. 7
kittle IrUaami ecColanabaa: Xenia R.K.' .
NiAsKxT-rasai.w.j:.
HA, , AHMTila
. 4 0 A.M. 1140A.M
UiMiaaeu Aceummodatioa.
5:00 A.M.. 36P.M.
1 vat t f 11. fat k II
express...
xi
ST:":
6:00 P. M. 10 P. M
W. H. H. Shin-, Airent.
Baltimore ft Ohio Railroad Central
Oaia IMwaeiem. - -
Jf.tl .- lliTB. " AimiT.
NisAt Express.. ...i.. v.,. 3:36 A. M.i 13:10 A. M
Lightning Express.... ... 11:10 A. M. . 6:35 P. M
Gxpresa Mail........ 1:15 P. M. 12:30 P. M.
!." vt D' Smith, Agent.
Jaiaialtnat 2ai'aro and Indiana Cen-
., - tral atailwar
ABBIYB.
IM A. M.
skis Pi. M.;
-75 P. M.
Jflctrt Express...-... ...19:40 A. M.
Toledo-Express 8:00 A. M.
Western Express.. ........ 3:50 p. M.
Dar-Kxt-ress.. ....... 10S P. M.
ll.-OO A. M.
- G. A. Hill. Airent.
aMsteiarfhi' C'lnelnnatt - St, Cents
wi'i-.' j. j UallwajTi '
mbetit tvJUtvJ.. -.-tAVeV AinriT.''
New York Express 8:16 A. M.' ' W&o Midt '
Lightning KxprBgav..-..liao A- M... It 645 P. M.i.
Mai) andE xprees So5 P. M.; 13:45P. M.
JJeanison Accommodation S6A. M. " ' MOP. M.
- . Aew York fcxra ran daily.' All other train!
run daily, axoept Sunday. ...,.-.. - '
D.naison. Aeoommodatioa start from, freight
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
UAiVWC liU.. lymtu' OlOMS. '-'
Bastarn Throerh MaBay- a. M. zvm. A. x. r. I
yia StaobeaTiUo ,,aut i. ' i
Pittsburgh... 13J0 12JO 10:00
i as trn vy ay mans, u, v. '
AW. K.
Borthwest, Tia ft W. A
C C. C. C- 4 Ow R. R.
Chicago, via O. P. i I. U,
IS AO;
T:M
,...T:10 .
C.1C.ILL..
LitUa Miami R.R.. Thro' 155 ' 7:30
Lilttie aiiami . jin ay, -iWc'uu.r
mi K. Ji'
J O. K. R.. 'Newark,
Zuustllls Waaalina.
.J, K-jn-lOO !7
,..,1130 .Mr i
C O. R, Way... .......
C- P. A 1., Through and
Way
CireleTille, Chiliiootha
Povfjasuauth . ..aw.
anoagter, Ohio...........
East V ay, National Boad.
Mt. Vernon Way, W eater
Till e Ae
-M orkh Coliunhiia and Clin
.... K llKIO1 ', T;30.
1
8.-00
103(1 ....
..a .. .i :
1030 ....
.,...135
w. Id "
...',' 10
tonrille -j.'. 1030
WashingtonCH-.TiaHar-")
nsDarg. (ui-weeaiyi
arrirea Mondays Wed-
KM)
730
netdayf, A r ndays, and I
Iksvrh TnasdaTS. Thara.
dava and atnrdara....l
Centre Village, (tn-week-)
ly,)Xao8days,ThnrBdayS Un.
m.nd M&turdaTfl
115
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Remarks of Messrs, Rutter and
Denman upon the Decease of
Hon. A. Gerhart.
Mr.- SUTTEB said: V.;.' !;: ,'.''
Tin Epbakeh I rise to speak to the rest '.
olution wnlcn nas Deenonerea, ieeiingtoa
' It ia appropriate for me to do so. Custom '
has sanctioned proceedings such as we are
now-engaged in ; yet, if left to the dictates '.
of 83 y own teelings, 1 should adopt the lan-; ;
guaxe of one great among our greatest,
now himself departed, who, on a similar
occasion; on a greater theater than -we oc- .
cupy in discharging the sad duty which I
now perform, said " that silence ii the true
eloquence of woe.", i i.: :
It the death of a good man should be
lamented, It the departure from the stage
ot lifeof one who, while the occupied it, ;
always discharged faithfully and manfully
all the duties devolving upon him ; if time
and custom have rendered, proper on the
part of legislative bodies, the sad ceremo
nies a which this House is now engaged ;
then, indeed, is it fitting that we should '
consider wjth unusual solemnities the an- ;
nouhcement of the death of Andrew Ger- J
hart. - . - -j..---'p ;
And, Mr. Speaker, I discharge the duty .
of (peak-iugto the resolution jast oaered.
r.with a'melancholy pleasure which t cannot
express.f A pleasure, because owing to ray
personal relations with the deceased, I had
opportunities to -appreciate his worth, to .
which an verruling Providence: now en
ables me to bear testimony. For it our de-.
ceased brother were still in Jbis accustomed
seat, it would, sound like fulsome adulation
to speak that of him which his character
deserved. " . , ,
I kn'ew him well ; modest, retiring.. diffi
dent ; distrusting his own powers, be never :
engaged in the debates, uppn this floor to
the extent to, which his own clear concep
tions ot, the questions .which engaged the-,
attention-of this body entitled him to. "And.
this modesty! this diffidence, . this distrust
ot his own powers, were a clear loss to this
House.1''. For if .Andrew Gerhart had more
frequently given the House the benefit of
his close reasoning, and his clear intuitive .
perception if 'the correct solution ol the
many grave questions considered while he
was among us, I have not an earthly doubt
our legislation would have been the bet-,
tjr. , . ; -. ,
1 say this, Mr. Speaker, because a3 at- '
ready said, J. knew him' well, as well, per
hans..a8anv other" member .on this 'floor. -
I cannot tell why, but there was a bond of
friendship between us w men was an unac
countable as it -was cordial and sincere.
Our pursuits in life were dissimilar. His to
expound the sacred mysteries of that holy
religion "iff which all our hopes are center
ed, mine to realize by patient labor the sa
cred'promise thatiMseed time and harvst"
ahull continue till the end of time. Yet
day by day as our intercourse on this floor"
continuea, our intimacy, grew Biosec- ana
closer, and bur-friendship stronger .and
stronger. I deem it Jittingy then, that . I
should takethis occasion to pay my humble
tribute to his memory. In doing so I de
sire 'speak only of the leading character
istics which marked the man. Chief among
theste were his integrity and the firmness
with which he adhered to his views.
With him opinions were convictions.' He "
never in all my acquaintance witn mm,
permitted nimself "to form hasty conclu
sionSv but aH"'tbe operations of his mind ;
were the -exercise of his reasoning facul
ties." Was hot a rapid tbmker, and was'
therefore not a brilliant speaker.
But while these quaHtieu-dazzle for the
time, the are not those which make the,
most useiui- counsellor, either in public or ,
privet IileJ' Ko: his were the more solid '
habits of mind to investigate with cool,
patirgt" miff 0 tet imlnming' "deliberjttioa,
and to decide wrth a-comprehensive judg
ment which! When formed, became con vie-..
And 'fWs jballtie e bfs mln?were?
guided and controlled by a marked-degree,,
of cotJfcelfjndousness -a' .'religious desire'
alwayfe. U be right and to discbarge bis
whole duty, v Hence, as hesat here day by
day anaong ot. he never failed to give bis
undivided i attention -to the business in
handfo vote-was cast by him, no opinion
expressed, no resolution or bill introduced,
untU it had been carefully considered, and .
approved by the sanction of bis own judg-
ment."Nor was ha, obstinate in: his views, :
or self opiniqnatedand this resulted from
bis modtsty.and the deference and respect
be always paid. to the .views and opinions .
of others- 'r Above al'? his whole life, mind
and conscience were characterized by a
sincere belief inr and a daily practice of
that religion "whose; sublime teachifags .it
was tiis profession in life to expound. '.
He rarely ever mingled in our debates,
but when, he did co be spoke to the point,
and displayed a' familiarity with the sublet-that
ww always instructing to bis ariv
dience , . . r
He was a minister of the gospel, and
was One' of those preacher rarely seen,,
who old 4ake the part of a citizen in the
political ontesU of the day without de
tractinjt from the dignity and respect of
bis sacred office. luuii kj.
It, as we know is the fact, in bis private
relatione eHn hiaaeighbor-rrrif in his pub- '
lie ministrations in bis pulpit; M in his
political opinions, if in the public offices,
which .he tilled, be always commanded the-'
estee-xfof all who knew blm and. all who
hadlntetcourse'wrth him, whether 'friend "
or stranger, tbeir indeed can it be truthful
ly said tis iA4re W -Gerii art waa , a ood -
man. " .
Ha T gone from among us. H9 will be;
in his seat nor more; ana; Hist piaca wnere
he was more highly prized, and will be
more- sadly .' missed .the domestic flre
sldevWUi see him and. bear; bis voice no
more forever. 'J;-:.:. r
"Stern tide of haman Tuna I that know'st not rest.
Bat sweeping from the oradle to vae Winb. -1
Bear'jterecdoff award on thy dusky breast .
tJucoajsiro gaaerationa to their doom." ' .
Mri DEJfUAN said : -' r; ' -. -Mf.
Speakek ; X desire to gar .a 'few
words Ja support of these resolutions., I
first became acquainted with Mr. Gerhart
at the op.uing of the session, pf 1868. He '
i ot. '- -:
at that tfme, perhaps, was a.
tne most ot us wao taen aggemoiea as itep
Iresentatives on the floor, yet, - with, thatj"
pleasing address aiaenuemaniy qeport
ment, he soon became a member among u,
valued is Council and respected by all.; lii
that brief period, fronts what I came 'to
know ot bim, in my Intercourse with Him
as a Representative and as a man, I be
came impressed that Mr. Gerbart was a
gentleman of. tine ability, genial and- gen
erou? to ai fault and affectionate rtoward
alls He was warm and valued friend,
and loved by all who knew him Without
ostentation or .vanity, ha aimed to do his
duty well and faithfully. , .........
Always Id bis aeat, he 'was prepared to
discharge the. obligatloas confided to his
trust,. with honor to himself and satisfac
tion to his constituents. He was not lash
In his. conclusions in-polities yet never
theless sincere, earnest and ' consistent A
firm, unyielding Democrat, yet 1 hazard
nothing in saying that his intercourse witb
his fellow members, regardless ot politics
was commendatory and satisfactory-to all.
Qf his early history I know nothing ; yet I
conclude that he was' a self made man.
Conscious of the rlghU-he dared to combat
error at ali times and on all occasions. A
consistent and devoted christian, a faith tul
and true member, and-with all the. noblest
work of God an honest man. May we all
follow the example of integrity, so that
when it is ours to be seen no more among
men, we will have the blessed assurance
that our work is done, and well done.
Peace to his ashes. .'-. . v-
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To aU whom it may concern ; .
4 -Citt Cigars Ornct,
rw,-r- Cob-nfaoe. O. Dee. llr IstM.
Notice la hereby given, that vrooeedingshaTe baea
instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus.for mak
ing the following improTements.to-wit
t or Dunaing a aon Die carnage way single span
bridge at the crossing of.-the canal; on i'riond
street. .... f .. .."! . .
' Also, lor grading and paring tne anparea side
walks, gutters and crossings on Young street from
Broad street to (State street.
Also. for hnildin a donblarow flsff stone vara-
ment across fair. aUny npoa the south side of Chap.
el street; )'!... - v -
Also, lor Duiiding m su.incn onea rawer on uay
street from Fourth street to Fifth street, j -
The same to be dona in aoeordance with plats ana
estimates to be prepared by the City CirQ Engin
eer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
. All persons olaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the lourih day of Februarr, A. 1). 1868.
L. E. WILSON.
dec38-dltawaw City Clerk.
An Ordinance
To assess a suecial tax uoon the real estate bound'
ing High street, from a point 125 feet south of
t nena street to tne souta side ot souta r ao.io
lane. Tf r 1 '! ft
Section 1. Be it' ordained.br the Cftr Connoil
of the City of City of Columbus, That the sum of
Uleven Hollars, Thirty-one uenu, n-igni and tour
tanth Mills, be and the same is hereby levied and
assessed upon each foot tront of the several lots of
land bounaing or aouuing upon iiign ueet irom a
point 125 feet south of Piiend street to the south
line of South Pablio Lane, as the same are desig
nated upon tie plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
in the office of theiCity Clerk, for the cost and ex
pense ot grading and paving the gutters and road
way with wooden block pavement (Nicolson), ex
eeDtina that part between the rails of one track of
the street railroad, along the same, aceordingto the
estimate of the City Civil Engineer, with the fol
lowing credits for eld material: lniot no. 3. cr.
Slil teet curb, at SS cents: inlot No. 142. er. 62 K
feet of curb at 26 cents: inlot 211. er. 62X feet of
eurb at 36 cents; inlot 238. cr. 62X feet curb, at 31
cents; inlot 237, er. 11 feet eurb, at 21 cents; inlot
351, er, 2X feet earb. at 26 oents: inlot 355, er. &tX
feet eurb. at 26 cents; inlot 356, er. 4 feet eurb, at
2a cents; Inlot 357. cr & teet eurD, at 26 cents; m
lots 358. 359 and 360, er. 187 X teet curb, at 26 cents;
N. a of inlot 36a, or. SIX feet eurb. at 28 cents: S.
U of inlot 3e5. er. 31 leetenrb. at 26 eents.
Sue. 1. That the owners of the several lots of
land noon which tho foregoing assessment is made,
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
Hum in that hAnnlf. tn John Walsh A Co.. Within
twenty days from the date -of. this- ordinance, or b
sunjeot to tne interest ana penalty aiiowea upon
tne same by law- -
Sao. 3. All ordinances heretofore passed, mak
ing partial assessments for grading and paving the
roadway of High street, from a point 125 feat sooth
of Friend street, to the South lineof South Publio
is -
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
jana-dlt
An Ordinance
Making appropriations for purposes, therein named.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Connoil
ot tne cuy or uoiumDus, mat mere do ana is
hereby appropriated from any money in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums
of money, to-wit:
i'or expenses ot Street Commissioner and Chain
Osm. aiJKJO
For axpen.es of Fire Department and payment of
Old debts, C2.5W.
- For expenses of City Police. (1.450.
-For the payment of salaries of City Omoers,
S1.5U0.
- For the payxent of Printing and Stationery.
500. .. -f r .
For payment of expenses of City Park, $2,000.
. For payment of Gas and Gas Lights, S4.000.
For the payment of Incidental Expenses, $500.'. .
, .For payment of Temporary Loan, (20,000.
For payment of expenses of Sewers and Drain
age, tioo.
-, For payment cf expense of building Nicolson
pavementtl.bSl 75. . ... . v. , .
Foi the payment of expenses of East Grave Yard,
(10. r! " j j : -J .... .,..-,
For the paTmentoexpenBei" of Goodale, Park.
For the payment of not due J. M. Pogh on the
1st January. 1869, (1,300.
. For payment of expenses of Market House, (100
For part pavment of Thomas C. Thar man. fo
0 Hating Laws and Ordinance?, (500.
&eo. x. 1 ne several sums ot money appropnatea
by the foregoing seetion shall be expended in the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot the City Clerk, passed
WM.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
jan-dlt j. ..,. , ........... -. -
4 j i '.,- J;" i: t? ' -r ' tijf.i.
t Eesolution to Contract; '
Rttolved, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorized and directed to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Michael
Galvtn, for building a double row flag crossing
aeross Centre alley at the soutb side ot Spring
street, upon the following terms, toirit: -.
For excavating or grading. Twenty-five eents per
eubio yard. , - -
For boulder paving,; Forty cents per square
yard.
For flagging, la inches, wide, JFifty oenta per lin
eal foot. ,.uti ji -.w i
Adopted Deo. 28, 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON,
jana-dlt City Clerk."
Resolution. to Contract.': U '
Setolntd, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorized and directed to contract in
the name of tae eitvof Coinmbnfl. with Michaa
Galvin, for building a double row flag erossing
aoross Center alley at the south side of Long
street, upon the following terms, to-wit: .
For excavating or grading. Twenty-five cents per
eubio yard. . . T - - - r
For boulder paving,- Forty eents per square
yard. . . i -
For flagging, li inches wide, 60 oents per lineal
loot.
Adopted Dee. 18, 1808.
Attest: L. . WILSON. City Clerk,
jana-dlt f-. -v r ' ", '. i
An Ordinance
- To change the name of North Publio lane.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
tne uux-ot uokhbou,- xnat-tne name oi Aorta
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
jana-dlt
- COAL. - -
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WILL, CON rlPiCE THE COAL BV ''
NES at his present stand.
No. 135 North High street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared t sell a
the lowest market price.
ar Special attention paid to Shipping.
my20-eodly
'- The Great Medleiae for the Skin, enrea
without ftelL, rerz klMd r oat.
alghtly vrnptloa or the Ibee,
or ltrhlnar, lrrttntlna;, or
, diatreaeiftsr enlaaeoas
ftiaeawe on any part
or the pereon.
: "lit hat nearly relieved me of Owl mortifying emp
. fio, and I am now looking quite like a imia," writes
: Cliarlen E. Noble,- General Agent of Mich. Central
B. B., 173 Broadway, N. Y. - - . -
- "We ItnttiaM intahtnble remedy for Teller, at- "
.. ir: ., u n....-;-.- ,'.i.r.. , t
r riigr r vivMtviB'"0, ,.mn, . u . ,
' " have tried yottr valuable remedy for Barber t
Iidt Kith great tnecemt," writes C. W. Dumont, of
Leominster, Mass.
: ' Bend for circular. Price. 75 cts. and SI .00.
' Prepared only by enrnv sit uh '3
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
. For aale by Smggiata generally.
sept21-deodiwly
DR. H. C. HELMICK
' Gives special attention to all Diseases of the
Throat & Lungs.
AND DISEASES OF
OFFICE He. 155 Horth Bltria Street,
janl3-eodly C0LVMBU8, OHIO.
rr,r A
TUE LAB6E8T; aMd MOST COM
I -rtT?t Tif-ri i (!( I ITI
BOOK & JOB PRHTLG
' .3 J-:
ESTABLISHMENT
r- o' i-.i ,---..-s i . m-r i
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
Nos. '36, 38 & 4 North High St,
; ; COLUMBUS,' OHIO"
The attention the Business Pnblie called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
- . - -.- - We have in constant asa -
Eleven Steam Power. Presses
OF TH -
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability to get out work promptly is
.surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions t our already
LABGE TARIE1 fc As?
FEINTING TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
us a oalL Our large fonts of type enable us
- to do all kinds of f
BOOK PRIWTIJXG !
n the most prompt and excellent manner, add we
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this inetothe
- ;- ...
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
'': That we have executed In th past year. ; '
JQB , EEINTINGr !
The reputation of this House for line Job Printing
, ,. is well known to the business eommunity.
., . Employing, as we do. none but the . i -..
Best of r., Workmen.
" ' " And having a fnll assortment of the"
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
'
Mercantile,
Railroad,
r ' Bank and -
Commercial
r sliPrlntirijg-,
Bill Heads, Cards, , ; r
Circulars,, Lctter Heads, "
Blanks of an kinds"" Checks,'
Drafts, ir:' &c.&xr : ?:i
Uf FACT.
EVERY IKBD OF JOB LPRISTIXG
Needed by the business pnblie.
. -' - - '. .- -
' - , We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPEBS OF ALUK1HDS
Than any other Printing House in the oity such as
Saper Royal. Medium,
Demy, Crotva Cap,
Cap,
' Kietter and
lNTot Papers
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as we
do, dir.-otly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sola
" Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPEES OF
PliTNSB & PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are prepared to
"" fill all orders for
Xjedgers,
"', aTOULZ-tX,Xse "
Dav "Bool-uss,
Oaali Book.a
And all kinds of Blank Books now In use. These
' ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line. '
GIVE
US! A3C ALL,
f fSJ5I-"irt' $ ' i-Ji
NEVINS & MYERS,
,' SS Iorth7Tliarl-r StroetV
'.Q0UJMBU8A
DRY
GOODS.
t
.1 - -
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A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
.
A HE KOW OPENING THEIR
WINTER STOCK! OF STAPLE
I AND3
FANCY DRY GOODS!
; x s ' t,
- . it- iJZ
t.5
dry ig;oods.
1 febT-dl-f
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FRAMKMJV HOUSE;
; (Recently Merchant's Hotel,) ,
Hes 830 and 838 Seattt' Hlb Street, '
! OOLUXBUS, OEIO. ' " '
TBE TJPIDERII(lfcD, FOW A NTT1T1.
berof years proprietor of the National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure in aDnooiein to the
publio tbat he has leased the above named House
for a term of years, had it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furniture, and
is now ready for the reception of guests, both
transient and regular boarders. He natters himself
tbat his long experience in the hotel business and
bis determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
ssfaction to all who may favor him with their pat
ronage. ... H. REYNOLDS.
N. ti.K Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
competent. and attentive hostlers. , H. B. .
deol5-dlm
ST. JAMES HOTEL;
Fourth Street, near Main,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNET P. ELIAS, - - Projirietof
Simula TniTTi.p nnnui ri'WTmi.T.T I.O-
IX eated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most deairiable stopping
E lace tor persons visiting ue citr. nu paiua win
a soared U make the stay ot guests pleasant in
evera oartickl - r ., - . .-.,- myl3-d6oa
BOOK BINDERIES.
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' : ' -; : Am''1
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One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
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and all Officers reanirinc tiUPEhlOR BLANK
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X our patronage respeoxiuiiy soucitea.
. IV. XV. LEFATOR,
oot3-deo16m , Proprietor,
SIESERT & LILLEY,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first eiass
BLANE. BOOKS -
o every description, with or without printed Head
ings, tor
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BAKKBaa, BAILKOAD OOaPANlIS. 0.
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wunuwu w aio pvnwb B.i,lsiaui.iou.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
" aprll-eouly COLUMBUS. OEIO.
MEDICAL.
vDr Barton's Tobacco Antidote
(?ABBurnD to s-ntors all dksikx tok Tobacco.
tsiv vfOttaoie and harwUe and u ubo an excellent
peuiv. it jMtrtaet and mrtcfut tbe blood, iDTlgorat-tM
riwitposueawes gntu, nouruainf; ana snrenrnenini
er. enacwei ine noinacn to aires tne ne&raeai i
sleep retlkeshinu, and estabUsbei robnst health. jBmoken
and chewXu for sixty years cvred. rrice Fift-rcenu per
box. PortTtee. An interesting treatise on tat injorioaa
enecoi oi wncco, wiui uim oi -wsumomai
a-tti . rikt taw. Atrenta wanted. AHdrMi
A" St- A. jT. AMVTT, tfCrMBJ St
TESTIMONIALS. HP
f PosTiCASTiH'a TaviKOirT. I receli-yfla box of Bnrtoii'i
Antidote firom Ber. AU. Poulton, anff find It ca. tfcetudl
eara. 8. GatsbaV ConnottonyHarrlaon Co., Ohio.
end a supply of the AxtVporx. Ih one rmeeivtd hat dons
iU work IDK1U.T. O. T. Edoab,
From New Haxpirtbb aafrE pRitoir. Crentlemea of
influence here havlns been wed of the appetite for tobac
co by using Dr. Barton's AtMpte, we desire a aupplj for
.' the prisoners of this inirtitjftion.X
i - Josbth aUTorardeiW N. H. Stats Prison.
A BAmcatt'g Txsmrrr. DrBnrtons Astidota for
Tobacco Atu aeannpiifuxl att ciaimekfor it.
W. Hah 1st Hat. BankVfew ATbsxty, Ind.
A CXnoTMAH'rXaisTmoirT. OirxBox or Axtxdotb
crired my broth erid myeelf. It hctxtaiu.
Rer. JW. SboemaIkb, Kellers Statfoa, Pa.
rVOBI THK OUOi UIAIXIDAKTsH, aibk, -aaao. A
have gained Jhirty-fiv pounds offish 4a tkr months br
nsine; Dr. RrirUm's Antidote, and aU dertrs frA tobacco is
Fbok the Xolxox HxadQiTabtzss, L-nrw, Mass. J
remoTed.
kilT, Jb.
Prom An SoTTTBnir Hows JotmiTAL, BaVtmobk,
Ma Oh box of Barton's Antidote rsmosea au a
h fmm me I te.k TjltTAsrare in recommendii
ailojtTreaders. . T. Y. SiaAxaa, E-
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' W Caution 1 Beware of ilnjarious CounUr-
eits Mvertisea oy numDugs.
noT30-dAw3moff-PNY . .
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F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
'" ' IMFOBTER8 AMD DEALEK8 IN
WATCHES
JEWELRV,
' CLOCKS,
SILTERBnd
PLATED WABE,
CANES, SPECTACLES,
CDTLEBT,
eotb PENS, , ..
POCKET-BOOKS and ' '
OPERA GLASSES
15 ENDLESS VARIETY. .'
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Sella X taeniae and Wterbnry Clocke
Cor theVobbing and Retail Trade. ' Also, Agents
tor tne .
' ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY,
Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
estcrenoh and ueneva) in lull supply at
low rates.
WW All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
ruaranteea, .
F. A. L. LESQrjEREUX,
febli-eodly NnvTl South Hich St., Columbus.
FURNITURE.
MIO HAIL HALH.
oasRua 0. BELLOWS.
0. P. L. Bl'TLIH.
lUIJI, BELLOWS Sc BUTLER
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nos. 216&218Sontb Hia;b St., -
COLVln BUS. OHIO,
IJieir extensive lranvfactory it at th Toot of
. South tttect, on the Canal.)
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manulabture
PARLOR, BEDROOM. D1NINGR00M, HALL, AND
MlbHtnl rUKNI lUnt - -Of
all elassea and every desien of suDerior work
mansaip and finish. Also, Cane-Heat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and Retail.
febO-decdlv
,... COMMISSION.
wm; monypeny,
Forwarding ! and - CommishioD
; MERCHANT,
' DBALXB IH '' i
CHAIN OF ALL KINDS,
orit, wni'KT, sec.
JW T st Prices Paid at all times for
uorn, v xiariey, e e., ete.
' P F I C B : '
Near Weal End of Nat'l 11 ad BrldsjeS
C0LU3IBUS, OHIO. : .
febW-deodly
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BROOKS. ALBZ. BO0BTON. WM. B. 8L D
J. JSC 'Xy;. B. BROOKS,
Cor. Rica &Hla;h Sta., Celumbn
Wholesale Grocers,
DBALIBS IK . .
NEW ORLEANS : SUGARS AND M (A
' Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices. T ace.
; lilOTJOnS, cfco.
febS-ly ......
GROCERS. :
mi MILES r-M'DOMLDS,
NO. 134 & 199 SOUTH HIGH STREET- '
G K O C K It W,
nitOPRIETORS COLCHlBim POW."
I . Ui R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hazard fowder lompanj'a irowaer. Agents lor
the sale ARDNBP-j pHIPP3' A CO.'S ' ' J
Celebrated Sngrai- -Cared " nana,
, i ;. and dealers in ' ; '
FOEEIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES .... . ,
In all their varieties. Imported Wines. 'Brandies
Cigars, eta. lullodiy .
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
"r aT" yraln. LeaveColumbas (Unlen
- r-' leauaays axceptea,)
ti , . - : ; .i iiaire at luao a. U..
Baltimore at A. M.; rVaahington City at 8:40
1 ISIO A. M.LIGHTNING EXPRESS irrivinr
at zanesville at 11 r. mi Bellaire at 6:10 P. M
Baltimore at 11:10 A- M.; Washington City atlsai
SMS P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanee
ville at 4:66 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.- Baltimore
at 4ss r. at.; rY ashing ton vity at sou Jr. at.
- Close eonneetiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
' Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of
Tirillng Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars atOhio River
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL KTGHT
; ' -, r" trains.
Aalc tor TICKETS rla BELLAIRE
,; JNO L. WILSON, MasW of Transportation
. jj. n. jut-Lie., uenerai iicket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenaer Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the superl
or stooa ot
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS
Just received ndf sale by
NEVINS & MYERS
SB, 38 cc 40 NORTH ICH ST.,
CO LU MB U 8
Our stock comprises a full line of
Book
IWrltlng
Colored and
IPrlnt Papers
, We have a full stock of .
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates.
oub stocx or
Cf -A.
Is unsurpassed in the oity, inoluding
BRISTOL BOARD'
R. R. CHECK, ;
COLORED of ail kinds
And BLANK. S
GITIS US A. CA.JL.TL.
liETITtS Sc MYERS.
nov"
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOR THE H A. I II .
Improved I .
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. -:
It causes the Bsir to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots 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 restore! Grey Hair to iti Original Color. . . ,
It brings oat Hair on heads that have been bald for
f -.-:- years. .
. t is composed entirely of simple and purely veet-
ble substances.
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physioians in high standing.
. It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goodseverywhere.atOneDollarper Bottle. Whole
sale by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
BchieffelinACol.NewYork. C8CHNY-mch37-dly '
J. VIENNOT & CO,,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER " "
Advertising Agents.
. 133 Nassaa Street, New ITork
sto6liht& in 18tt.)
i'- We beg to eall the attention of advertisers to
ouragenoy. Our facilities with all tbe first elass
daily papers In the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give suoerior induce
ments. We also send advertisement to all Cuban
atd South American papers, with whom we have
exo'usive contracts We are tbe on), bouse doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We ean, by special permission, refrrto
Mr. H. 1. HKLHBUI.D, Druggist, 94 Broadway,
New Yo k. . .
Messrs. rj, R. VANDCria 4 Co., 198 Greenwich
street. New York. i,.-..
Messrs Hax.. A Kuckel, 118 Greenwioh street.
NewYork.
Messrs. G. Bavca'a So A Co., Type Founders.'H
Chambers street.
Messrs. PB4LOW A Son, New York.
Messrs. Pbxlon A Collkndkr, New York. ' -
Messrs. Tarrant A Co,, New York, '
Messra. CBiouMMa ASom, New York. -
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
U4 ej
The Shortest Route West No Change of Can
Chioago, Keokuk and Indianapolis. -
FOUR TRAINS, DAILY leave Union Uepotr'7 '
lumbus, on and alter JNov.Sx, 1868. aa i
follow:
' AA,:cT0LKD0 AND DETROIT EX.
UVf PRESS (Sundays exoented) lm
at Milford :17 a m, Urbana 10:1 a in.BeDefontatne
iw p m, Banansay o:uu p m, riqua ii:ie a m. To
ledo B-S0 p m. Detroit IO.-40 p m.
This train is run expressly for Toledo and D
troit bosines". arriviocat both nlaea. a h.ar -.
ahead of any other route.
1.1 K P. M. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPRES? ;
1.1c (Sundays excepted). Arrives at Bradiord
Junction4:40 p m, Kionmond 65 p m. Indianapo
lie 80 p m, Loganport 10:50 p m, ChicagoB;00 a m
Peoria 3S a m, (ia'esburg 9.-00 a m, Burlington
Iowa, 116 a m. Keokuk 13:30 p m.Quinev 1:45 p m
Louisville 3:30 a m, Terre Haute 11:47 p m, Mattooa
33S am, Cairo4:40p m, Paaa 4K)Ta m, Alton 80 a
m, ot uuuia 0:1a a m, iaiayeue txmu mid, spring
field. Ills .,7:50 a m. . , .
Passengers br this train reanb St. Tjinl tb. ...I
mornini s bonra ahead and for points west -of
St. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of "
all other routes. ' . . :
5.Kft P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
.FSS (Sundays excepted). Arrives at
riqnavanp m.;joledo60 a m. Uetroit 8:10a m.
Bradford Junction ao p m, Loransport 30am .
CbicacoeOam.lndianarjoliaa'Js.m.T u.,.
:30 am. Mattoon 9:16 a m. PaoallKM a m, Alton '
8:0 p J", St.- Louis 4;00 P m. Lafa?ette 7:43 am.,
cfuuKuwu, At,.., v ui, uiuoy ixnajp m, Keo
kuk 10 a m, Louisville 8.-0u a m. Nashville 60 .
m, Memphis 100 a m. .,
SleeDincoars run ia this train from flnm.
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without obange. This
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi- -cago,
Ht. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker . ".,
time ana amves at oc iouis ana aiouisvuie
hears ahead and makes direct eonntctiona fur '
all points West and South ona train in advance of -any
other route.
in. Jft A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via '
Ia-iw Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), -via .
Loeansoort. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:16 a
m. Logadsport 9:40 a m. Chioago 3r26 p m. Peoria
5:35 p m, Keokuk 10:45 p m, Indianapolis 830 am,
Terre Haute 13:15 p m.Evansville 7:30 pm, stattoon
3:16 p m, Cairo 4:15 a m. Pans 50 p m, Alton 90 p
m, 8t. Louis 10:16 p m. Jfayette 8:10 p tn. Louis'
vi leawi p m. nasnviiie aam. Mempbis 4:15pm.
. MTOunna uj .li,. uud arrive tne same aay a. - -St.
Louis SH hours and Chioago 6 hours ahead of ,
any other route.
STATE ROOM SLEEPIXa CARS
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
Brf Call for Tickets via Logans port or Indian
apolis. a- 1 loKets tor sale at u mon and llqu Depots,
Columbusand at all principal Railroad Ticket '
Offioes.
F. CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent. . ,
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
Five Tr alxxsi Dally,
EXCEPT SUNDAY. "; v ' -: '
From Columbus, in connection with Trains en the .' '
sUtUo miami St. Colambsu fc Xeamtav -Kailroada.
. . m.. ..
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbui at 15 ""
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Carding ton. Gilead, . ';
Gallon, Crestline, ohelbv, shiloh. New London,
Wellinrton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve- : t '
land al6AS A. M., New York 70 A. Jd. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. 1
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus .
at 50 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. . This
train starts from the Freight Yard. -
NEW YORK. EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at .. .
11:10 A.M. Mill stop at Delaware, AshleT.Cardiog
ton. Gal ion, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wel
lington, Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at a-M P. M .. Ne Vork next day at 3:30 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 3:40
P. M. Will stop at Worthincton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh.
New London, Wellington, Graftonand Berea, Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9:50 P. Ml, New York T:iS P.M. j
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at . . 1
8:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11:60 P. M., . ..
Ch cago at 6:00 A. M.. being in advance of alruthJ
er roufs. have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West
SPRIN GHELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL- a
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:30 P. M. Will . r
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring- ' -field,
arriving at Delaware at 3I5 P. M., Springfield
CSO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 7.-00 A.
arrives at Delaware at M A. d.; Columcua - '
10:40 A.M.
- ': !' ,T-
Patent 81 epinir. Can are ran om sail
niSht Trains ta Chicago. 1
. New York and
' " - HoMOH. '-'-'i " '
Baggage checked through, to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. .,j ; ...
RETURNING:
Nicht Express arrives at Oolumbns at 146 A. M. ''
Cmcinnati Express arrives at Columbus att: ,
'Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9S5 P. M. m ' -i
Springfield Aooomaiodation arrives at Columbus
at 10:40 A. M. -
Fare aa lew as y aay Other Keate.
Ask fox Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT.
, - ... : Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON.
- " Agent, Columb S.Ohio.
Columbui. Nor SS. 1868.
;:-f
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Nov, 33d,. 1868, FOL'R -TRAINS
DAILY will leave Columbus ,
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, 8T. '
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IS.
DIANAP0LIS CHICAOO. '
Withou change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
- AtOND, and only ona change of cars to IN -DIANAPOUS
and CHICAGO., ,
Connections are reliable aa follows , ...
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). : - , .'.
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, Cirelevflle
Lancaster. Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at 700 a- m.
SECOND TRAIN.
(Daily, except Sundays J
Leaves at 600 A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton :
Riohmond, Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jeffer-on, London. South Charleston. 81 ma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Oorwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lorelan.i, Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. M., connecting '
with the Mail Boats. , .
THIRD TRAIN. .
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 145 P- M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Sprirgfield. via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:30 P. M.v - . .- -
FOURTH TRAIN. -
: (Daily except Sundays.) ''
I .eaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati.' Dayton and '.
Springfie.d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selmar '
Ce- arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M.
Sleeping; Care en all Night Tralne,
; ; : HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent, ' -W.H.H.SHlfJN.
Agent. , .
.- JOHN DURAND, -
Genl Ticket AgV) . i ...
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PANHAIIOLE ROUTE.
On and alter Deo. 18th. 16. train, win mn
follows:
Leave. " N. Y. Express. ' Mail Fast Lin., .
Columbus 3:15 A.M. . 35 P.M.... 11S0 A.M.
Newark ..4:35A.M. 3:35 P. M. U:30P.M. i
Steubeoville... 9:54 A.M. 9:46 P. Ai. . 5 JO P.M.
Arrive at -a,-...
Pittsburgh ....12 00 M. 195 A. M. 7:90 P.M.
Harrisbarg.... 10:30 P. M. 125 P. M. 6:30 A.M.
E'eeant sta'e room sleeping cars on all nighttraine.
On the r ast Line the celebrated k;Iw.. p.i..
day and night cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New Y'ork without change.
- Passengers by tbe 19 A. M. Sunday train ''
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Mnnrf.. n.,;.
aa advantage never before offered.
" 1 - -.. . K. F. SCULL. :
w w r.aff?1BTlck"ti-!?- SteubenvilleTO.'
W. W. CARD. Supenntendept, SteubenvUle, O-
-H.B.BROOKS, .,.
Ticket Agent, Columbui. 0.
JOHN B. PETERS. A.ent. l,l.r,K. Ti
PinnelO-dly .
r-niiaaeip-ia.. a?w a. in.- .:iu r. ai. v:eu A. Mi
New York.... 6:15 A. M. ,70 P. M. " 18:90 P.M.
Baltimore 3-30 A. M. , 60 P. M. . 9S0 A. M
Washington... 5:15 A. M. 1 JO 10 P. M. " Ras V. M"
Boston........ 60 P. M, , 0 A. M. 130 P. g
MEDICAL.
T PHILOSOPHY OF M ARRIARE. A Tf.w
Corasa oy Licturm, as delivered at the New
xora ui useum oi Anatomy, emoracing tne sub
iectst How to live and what to live for; Youth.
Maturity and Old Age ; Manhood general'y review
ed : Tbe cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for : Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ao. ...
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties una ble to attend, en receipt of
tour stamps, nr auani"a oavaaiani, ait
Vnar Vrra.nil or ANATOMY AMD HotSNna. Ala
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