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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
f Bhowlng th arrival and departure of trains at CoJ
imboi, .Ohio. Oa and after Monday, Nov. 83d-
as trains, will ran as follows t j
CteTlui Otlukmi Clu'tl K. R.
I ' ' " LSATB. ABKIT'
JT. Y. A Western Express.. 1 AS A.M. "1:36 A. M
New Jfork Express .,...11:10 A. M. 1:30 P. M.
Mail and i press 2:40 P. 11. 8:25 P. M.
Springfield Aocoin. Via -Jel.. 3:30 P. H. 10:4S A. M.
4a. 1 Accommodation 5:00 A. M. 7:45 P. M.
'This train leaves bandar moraine not Monday.
JAMES PATTfcKSON Agent, ;
l.lttle DtlanU Columinafc Xenia. U.K.
i.t w - i- - ' ' - - HTI. , ARRIVK.
KfAiBxwm.. ,. MA.il. 10A,M
Cincinnati Accommodation- 5:00 A.M. ' 9:35 P. M.
Express ............ 1:45 P.M. 11:00 A. M,
Express , :00 P. at. . 1:00 P. 11
; '.,. -. W, H. II. Srinn, Agent.
Baltimore 6c Ohio Railroad. Central
tt .:: ''. ' HATE." ' AKBITB.
Hirtl Express 345 A. M. 19:10 A. H
Lightning Express. 11:10 A. M. 6:35 P. M
kxprees lUil-iH 1:15 P. M. 13:30 P. il.
' - A. D.mith, Agent. ; i
fJalamans. Gtaloa.ro aaa Indiana Can-
, ..tral Railway.
UiTl. .. ABBIYB.
...15:40 A. SfiO A. M.
... :00 A M. K P. M.
... 5:50 P. M. t6 P. M.
... 1:15 P. M. 11:00 A. M.
Night Express......
4Toldo ttxpress...
Wester Express...
Pay Express........
- ..,;. , : w, a. mix, Agent. .
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati ic
M.i Lanii
AKBITB.
12:00 Mid't
5:46 V. M.
13:45 P. M.
o P. M.
New Tork Express ' :T5 A. M.
lightning Express.. .-.... UdO A- M.
Mail and Eiwiai . fMlS. J M.
Denniaon Accommodation (KHA.1I
aew lork Jtxpress run daily
All other trains
ran aauy, except sunaay. '
..A)uu40n Aooenunodatioa starts from
Ward. - , .
freight
-In dr I t '' JoHN B riCTEBS, Affent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
."..'" . ., ARKIVBS.
fasten Through Hails. A. M. r. M.
via. StMbeavill--and '-- -Pittbnrh...
13:30 KJO
OI.08I8.
A. M. r . X
10.-OS 1M
!'.1..':j2o:
; i... 10
i 1 ' i
.... 4:16
aacera n ay jaaiia .
-. , 12 JO ,
:ie
ChioaKafriaO..-P. Ai. O. j:
titllo Miami RJU Thro ( , .;
little Miami &.B., War.
O. O. B. -ai.Newark..fli.;1.v
ZinesTille k Wheeling. ....
11:00
11:80
110
7:30
1:56
12:30 '1:60
120 : ISO
730
V T HT.
(J, P. A X. 'i'hroagh and
Vay . . . . . j . ... -Cirolerille,
t'tiiUioutho A
AO
' 730
; T":S0
U:45
IWWIUVIIIU .1 ....
....... .r. ilMn ....
East way.NatMaal Koad- 10
Alt. Vernon Way, Wester-
"ille.Ae 1030
Worth Oeiumbas and Clia-1
... 1:0
, 10
7i
' too ville. 1030
WaiihinatonCJB..TiaHar-), .
risburg. (tri-weeklyJI
'arrives Memddys Wad-1 "
nesdays, A Fridays, and f "
leaves Tuesday. Than-1 .
It-dura and Saturdays.... J .
Centre Village, (tri-week-1 ' .
:iyJTneaiiays,Thars(ay! Ulf.
.-00
13:45
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster,
FROM MADRID.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
MADRID, Dec. 23, 1868.
"k. TbCTa are novela and plays dstitnto
of all intrinsic merit, withont character,
witheu. s.tjle, and,' even without really
stirring merits, but the plot of -which has
been either artfully or accidentally so
kitrived aa to? create and keep pp a
breathless interest from beginning to'
end. 'The piece, may be absurd, prosy
and even insnflferably dull.- The author
may shock your common sense or out
rage'youf. taste 'to" the utmost. A' hun
. jredi times;yqu may be tempted to throw
drown the book or riBe from your stall.
But no, the spell of curiosity has "been
cVst upon you. ' You must go through
- with .it and, see how it. will end. ;The
peculiar charm of Fenimore' Cooper, the
American, who however he recommended
himself by other gifts," resided precisely
in the skill with, which; in his novels, he
lays and spins out his-"sitnation." He -
noli Kfs trf TnvrB.''vnth-Rorno of the ac
cessory' personages, right in the middle,
; of a frpzea river, with the ice .suddenly
cracking and groaning as it breaks -all
round about them, or he places them on
board a becalmed, vessel with murder
ous pirate" craft' hovering in sight and
slowly , gaining upon . them, or he shuts
them up in a log hut, in A swamp, beset ''
by yelling wild Indians,' andthen claps
his hands en his own; achievement, defy-'
inir linth thn hprn artii heroine themselves. "
or the'reade'rv'to 'get out of the labrynth.
till, in his own good, time, he chooses to
afford them the cltie. " . ; j ;j
- I suppose -it is tire-innate pleasure in
trying to jpiess a puzzle, common to .all
nken', that still tivets the world's eyes on
the slow and'dragging manner jn which
the performers acted, or are actiilg, de
Hberatejy on the matter j but they have
certainly managed to perplex politicians, '
both,; native and foreign, to an extent
never, known" in previous complications.
f t 1 i .Qh.wmdIi vavnlnflnn f.4ja nt -rrnt Kaon '
signalized by any great heroic contest ;
it has hot produced, men of any tran-.
scendent character or ability ; it has not
grne; through , any stage of thrilling ca-'
tastropheB," but it Las done something, to
' certain.' jDinds,,,more eiiticipg .than all'
that it has nonplussed them: it has
driven them to their wits ends.. . Here is
a:whaje Satfoil oh the dissolving ice, on
lo hut, And. Actually 'no inventive wiz-
ard to shoW it- the way'out of its awk .
ward predicament. Can we help being :
.all anxious lor the solution of the riddle..
Spaniards themselves, at first, and
: for A:lofg time, Saw nothing -new and,
af jAlPeyerits, nothing" perilous in the.
anqniaIyl,of their position, i In fact they
thought nothing could be more clear or -
' natural. -! They had rid themselves of a
detested' djrriastyj; they had no predi
lictioDaiia, as jhey Buspecte3-.no fitness
for . -Republic. The whole movement
1. .. . . ! n t
vw iiuinau w m ouihet, vi uviiasiy. -
Constitutional ism, which had for so' many
, years been a mockerywould become a '
reality. .Thnew- candidate "for the
throne should be rlied with the old Ar-
agbuese '.'Y.-fi; noi'no,'' to give him to
understand that the nation had a will as
well the sovereign ; all liberties, on
the most unbounded scale, would shoot
up in Spanish ground ai on .their' most
congenial soil,' and '.Spain,.-which only
three months, ago was voted "out of Eu
rope," would become the paragon of all
free and .enlightened European - commu
nities, .b-r .... : - ' 1
Who would havo thought ' that all
these anticipations would ; have so long
remained unfulfilled, simplv because the
Spaniards have reckoned without their
King 1 . Could there ever be a scarcity
of royal servahts but of work ? Were
the. Cpburg and Habsburg nurseries ex
LauBtedj'and 'would not rather the diffi-."
culty arise from the embarrassments of
the choice, from . the. multitude of pre
tenders t f Sot the King- was put off as
mattes for after eonsideration'. . Had the
leaders of this movement ' not hit upon
the" right man in due time, the "Ghost",
wniild, move the Constituent' Cortes on
tbeir convocation to point out what was
to become of -the capping stone1 of their
rising edin.ee, ,A.ne,, confidence pjj the
people has been rudely shaken from day
to day,,; The Spaniards- have come to
this: that they really despair of a King.5
Sanguine Seriano, stubborn !Prrm, and
even shitty Uiazagaiegin to make wo
fully long faces about the matter.' ' 'The
affair is"-feHing- into the ridiculous
Who1 rtip! Ki'g),!islareay be
ing played as a farce in more than one,
of the minor theaters.11' WUh Montpen
BiSrwhoal6ne is! willing,' no "one will
have aibythrrigto do. . Espartero is hardly
jolly enongb, " even ' for old ' King
Cole's part. ' Young Asturias and young
Genoa would msan a regenoy that is, a
.Dictatorship in disguise ; and Portugal
and Carsignano are too stiff and at the
same time too comfortable, to stop to pick
up a crown Were it ever so loyally and
obsequiously laid at " their feet. More
over, all Spanish Princes and Bourbons,
and all foreign Princes are sure to speak
"broken English." The objection to
Montpensier, for instance, that after 2C
years' residence in this country, he still
can make no distinction between the
sound of caja (a box) and jaca (a jacket),
but gives both words an utterance which
is neither one nor the other, but corres
ponds to a third word of an altogether
different meaning. Let no one make
lighj of these trifles.. J have heard the
King of Denmark, a prince in every re
spect worthy the love of his subjects,
read his speech from the throne, and the
audience murmured around me as if the
King committed high treason, simply
because he gave the Scandinavian words
the slightest possible touch of his native
Teutonic accent.
It is said that the enemy of mankind
is never at loss to supply mischief for
unemployed hands, but goes to European
societies Republicanism can find no
better field to play his antics in than an
unoccupied Throne. The mere fact that
it was difficult to propose a King, gave
rise to the dangerous suggestion of "No
King." The Republicans were an ob
ject of pity and contempt three months
ago; but they have managed to turn tne
laugh against their adversaries. The
first experment of a plebicite has just
been made. The result of the elections
of the Municipal councils are not fully
known, yet, while official telegrams sing
the victories of the Monarchical party,
the discussion contends, that "agreeably
to its own private information," the
Republicans have carried the day in most
of the provinces. We need not
rely on the ; correctness-; of .Republican
reports, neither should we swear by the
Bulletins of the Government authorities;
indeed, the wiset thing we can do is to
disbelieve both. The sphere of muni
cipal corporations is limited to the va
rious localities.' There never will be
an opportunity lor a practical trial of
strength between the two hostile parties;
we shall consequently never know
whether blue or red is the prevailing
color. Municipal" bodies will, however,
exercise considerable influence on Par
liamentary elections, and when we have
here the courts (if we ever do have them)
we shall be able to count heads, and to
know right from left. In the meantime,
however, we cannotv blind ourselves to
the fact, that Republicism has sprung
up like a inushroom in a single night ;
that there are now two parties where
there was only one ; that one of them,
in .some measure, auvwo nuauj A. o
about; and recruits its ranks but of the
rank and file of its adversaries, who
know not what they want.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To alt whom it may concern t
City Ulbbk's Opficb.J
' Connracs. 0..ieo. 21. 1868.
Notice is hereby given, that proceedineshave been
instituted in tnetJity uounciioi iominouB.iur mas.
i no t.hrt follnwinr i mnrnvements.to-wit:
For building a double carriage way single span
bridge at the crossing of the canal on Friend
street. - .SSSa
Also, for grading and paving the nnpared side
walks, sutters and orossings on Young street from
Broad street to (State street.
Also, for building a double row flag stone pave
ment across r air alley upon the soutn side oi vnap
Also, for bailding a 30-inch brick sewer on Gay
street from Fourth street to Fifth street.
Tti. s-mn ti h HnnA in KAoord&nce withulats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil ngin-
eer, ana mea in me omce oi iu, ivj vivm.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
nmnnflfwi improvements, are reauired to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Fourth day of ebruarv a . v . lew
L. E. WILSON.
dec38-dltaw4w City Clerk.
An Ordinance
Tn MAa m. onAAiftl tax nnon the real estate bound'
ing High street, front a point 115 feet snnth of
Friend street to the south side of South Pub.io
fane. ' ' " '
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Counoil
of the City of City of Colnmbus, That the sum of
Eleven Dollars, Thirty-one Cents, Eieht and Four
tenth Mills?be and the tame is hereby levied and
assessed upon each foot tront of the several lots of
land bounding or abutting upon High ttreet from a
point 15 leet soutn or j iena street to toe soutn
tineot ooutn jrnouo Aana, ae loo sre are uear li
nefeed upon t e plat of the Civil- Engineer, on file
ia the office of the City Clerk, for the cost and ex
pense oi grading and paving the gutters and road
way with woVlen block pavement ( N icolson), ex
cepting that part between the rails of one track oi
tne street raiiroaa, aiong too same, aceoruiag w tui
imate of the City Civil engineer, witn tne loi
rini. Arndita for eld material: inlot No. 243. or.
61X leet curb, at 24 cents: inlot No. 242, cr. 02X
f.. r nnrh at SB centn: inlot 241. cr. feet of
enrb at 26 cents; inlot 239. cr. 62X feet eurb, at 21
cents; inlotz3, cr. uxeei cum, at couw; lmoi
354, or, 2i feet curb, at 26 cents: inlot 355, cr.
fAAt Anrh at 26 cents: inlot 356. cr. 49 feet carb. at
26 cents; inlot 357, or. 55 feet curb, at 26 cents; in-
lots 358. 339 and 360. cr. mix leet cam, at x cents;
N. H of inlot 364, cr. 31. '4 feet eurb, at 26 cents: S.
H of inlot 3C5, er, 31 X 'eet eurb, at 26 cents. -Htn.
9. That the owners of the several lots of
land apoB which tho f ongoing- assessment is made,
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf, to John Walsh A Co., w thin
twenty dayii from the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
the same by law-
SIO. 3. All ormnances neretoiore passea, maa
inr nArt.il ifltRMmanrji for ffradins and paving the
roadway of High street, from a point 125 feet couth
of Friend etreet.'to the South lineol South Publio
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
jan4-dlt
An Ordinance
Making appropriations for purposes therein named.
Section 1- J5e it ordained by the. City Council
nf tbe citv of Columbus. That tbeve be and ia
hereby appropriated from any money in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated. thefoUowing sums
of money, to-wit:
For expenses ot street commissioner and Chain
ftnntr ai ooo
J or expenses ot f ire department ana payment oi
old debis, a,5uu. .
l nr.-xtMmel T uilTr9 lDB.ir.uu. '
For the niyment of salaries of City Officers.
31.500.
For the payment oi rnnting and stationery.
r or payment oi expenses ox iity rarK, .vw.
For payment of Uas and Gas Liehts, $4,000.
For tbe payment of Incidental Expense?, $500.
Pfi, iMvinAnt nf Temnnrarv Loan. 420.000.
For payment of expenses of Bewers and Drain
age, (.too.
For psyment of expense of building N icolson
pavement, l.i21 5.
For the payment of expenses of East Grave Yard,
am.
For the payment of expenses of Goodale Park,
S400. '
For th payment of not: due J. M. Fagh on the
1st January, laus.ii.sou.
For payment of expenses of Market House, 100
For part payment of Thomas C. Thnrman, fo
a llMtina- Laws and Ordinances. 4500.
Sec. 2. The several sums of moner appropriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining, the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
jan4-dlt
Resolution to Contract.
Besolved. That the City Civil Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of tbe city of Columbus, with Michael
.Ualvin, for building a double row flag crossing
aoross Centre alley at the south side ot Spring
street, upon the following terms, to-wir:
For excavating or grading. Twenty-live cents per
cnbio yard.
' For boulder paving. Forty cents per square
yard.
For lagging. J4 inohea wide. Fifty oenta per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Deo. 28, 1808.
Attest: L. E. WILSON.
jan4-dlt City Clerk
Resolution to Contract.
Uttolred, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
ne is nereny autnorisea anc aireoieu to.contract in
the name of tnw nirvnf Coliimhim. with finhaA
I Ualvin, for building a double row flag crossing
. wruss sourer alley at tne soutn sme oi rong
street, nonri the rnllnir.i.rm. ,n-wit-
Fot excavating or grading, Twenty-five cents per
iuuyard. -t - i- -
" 'yBJr boal(ler Pying. Forty cents per square
' For nagging, 14 inches wide, 50 cents per lineal
foot.
.. Adopted Dec. 38, 1868
, Attest L. Z, WILSON. City Clerk.
jan4-dlt
An Ordinance
'
j To changathe name of North Public lane.
' Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
.uv vivj ui uuiumoup, iuit mo name oi Xiorth
WM.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
an4dl J, i ,-. .
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The attentioa the Business Pnblis ' called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in oonttant as
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nd our ability to gat eat worn promptly is
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And having a foil assortment of th
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IN FACT.
EVERY EliVD OF JOB PRIMING
Needed by the business publio.
We also keep on band a larger stock of
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Than any other Printing flouso in the city such as
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. Crown Cap,'
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HOTELS.
FKANKLIJV HOUSE,
(Heoently Merchant's HoteU
Nos 830 and 833 HoatU Ilih street,
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THE rNDEBSIGNtD, FOU A NUM.
ber of years proprietor of the National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure in announcing to tbe
publio that he has leased the above named House
for a term of years, htd it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throughout with entire new furuiture.and
is uow ready tor tne reception oi guests, win
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience iu the hotel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable him to give perfect sat
B8faction to all who may f.vor him with their pat
ronage. H. REYNOLDS.
N. ii.K Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons: also, extensive Stabling, attended by
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Fourtli Street, near Iflaln,
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prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through posteffice, or at
the
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
-"-' 4ND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the state.
Koonis 34, 38, 38 Itortli High Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
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and all Officers- renuiriua 8DPEhlOR BLANK
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cure. & Oatshav CoiinoUonfl&rrlson UOv, Unio.
From thh IT. S. TriVstot, &fretary Qfice. Yle9
send a supply of the An tVpois. The one received hat dam
Fbom Nkw Hisfnanti SqCtb Peisoh. Gentlemen of
influence here having been cred or the appeute lor toDao
o by using Dr. Barton's AitMpte, wo desire a sropply lot
the prisoners of this man tyrtioo-x.
w Josefb 3lATOWardepf N. H. State Prison.
A Bakrs Tksttm-ct. DrVBurton's Antidote lor
Tobacco has accompli fied all datmMfor u. -
W. Han 1st Nat BankANew Albany, Ind.
A CLXTtOTatAll'i" KSTnTOTTT. OniBOX OF ASTIOOTB
enred my brotherXnd myselt it jrenXfAti.
t Shokmakxb, KelieyV Station, Pfc
. . . . T3a- u ... r
removed. ... rn, .
Feohti Soutbxric Howa JonaKAl, BAKrtifoaa,
from ma. I take Dleasnre in iccommiuiuiiis u w
readers. tSLiTia, mi
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Trademark x Copyrighted.
4fJ- Caution I Beware of Unjurious Counter
eits advertised by Humbugs.
nov30-d&w3mos-PNT .
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREuX
IMPORTERS AMD DEALXltS IN
W AT G HJ S
JEIVFXRY,
SI1WER and
PJL A I Es WAItE,
CAKES, SPECTACLES,
, CliTLEBT.
OK. PETS'),
POCKET-BOOKS and
' OPERA GLASSES
IN ENDLESS TARIETT.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setb Tbomati' and WaterbuiyClocks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. . Also, Agents
tor tne
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY,
Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass-
es (r rencn and ueneva) in full supply at
low rates. .
49 All orders promptly . filled and satisfaction
guaranteed.
F. A. L. LESQUEREUX,
feblt-eodly No. 71 South Hizh St.. Columbus.
FURNITURE.
XICHABli BALV.
C.
CHARLES 0. BELLOWS.
. I- BUTLBB.
HAliJl, BELLOWS Sc BVTLEK
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nos. xl6&2lBSontIi HighSt., .
COLUMBUS- OHIO.
( Iheir txtenrtvt Manufactory it at the Toot 1
South ttfttt. on the Canai.1
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
notau, new.extcna tnrougnout tne states 01 onio,
renBsyivauia ana Indiana, xney. manutacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGFOOM, . HALL, AND
- - H tHtN UKNI llnt-
Of all.olasses and every design of superior work
mansnip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and Retail.
febS-decdlv
COMMISSION.
WM. MOIIYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
DEALER IK
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKY, Ac.
rr T
Corn, W
st Prices Paid at all times for
- Barley, e c. etc.
F F 1 C E :
Near West End oINat'l It ad UrldgreJ
COLUMBUS. OMJJ.
feblS-deodly
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BBOOZS. ALEX. HOUSTON. It. n. 8L D
J. W. li . BROOKS,
Cor. Rlcb AHigb St., Golnmon
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS IN
NEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND II IA
. Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices, T SCO
JjIOTJOXIS, ESbo.
feb5-ly
GROCERS.
TOLS, MILES & -M'UOMLDS,
NO. Ml'4 i SOUTH HIGH STREET- .
GROCERS, . .
PROPRIETORS COLCITIBUti POW.'
l)i R MAGAZINE, and agenU for th sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
the sale of ' '
, GARDNER, PHIPPB' CO.'S '
Celebrated Sugar Cured lTams,
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES
in all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigars, eto. : iull-eodiy
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Tbree Train Leave ColambaecfJnlon
MMrw, Mtmu.tr (sanaaye axceptea.)
35 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at
anesvuie at o:ia a. m,; ttellaire at 1030 A. M..
Haiti more at 65 A. M.; Waahiogton City at 8:40
"i nto A. M.LIGHTNINQEXPRESS-Jrrivins
.'iM . .1 iu d. . . .t uDi-rm at o:io jr. as.;
Baltimore at 11:10 A. il.; Washington City at 13:25
s:ifi P. M. EXPRESS MATL.arrlvinat7..n
Tills at 4:56 P. M.: Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.; Baltimore
at4HSP. M.; Washington City at 530 P.M.
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Tork.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of .
Visiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS OJT ALL NIGHT
. TRAINS. ,
AU for TICKETS riaBEUAIBE
iNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation
. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attentioa of the Trade is called to the superi
or s Wok of
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
Just received ndf sale by
NEVINS t MYERS
36, 38 Sc. 40 NORTH XG0 ST.,
CO LU MB IT S
Oar stock comprises a full line of
Book1
IWr.tlng
. Colored and
Print Papers.
We have a full stock of
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates.
OUB STOCK or
O A IE.
IB
Is unsurpassed in the city , Including
BRISTOL BOARD .
R. R. CHECK,
COLORED of ail kinds
And BLANK. '
NETliVS & BITERS.
novS"
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOR THE II AIR
. Improved I
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. . .
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps tbe Scalp C'ean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out."
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It rescorrs Grey Hair to iti Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
years.
t is composed entirely of simple and purely vegeta
ble 8ubstsnce8.
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing. ' .
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells & Co.;
SohieffelinA Co.. New York. fyHNT-mch27-dlr
J. VIENNQT & CO,,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
133 Nasiaa Street, Kw Korlc
(stallishtdinisei.)
We res to sail the attention of advertisers to
our agency. Our facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country aro eeeond 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
aid South American papers, with whom we hare
exolusivecon'raots Wearetheonlv bouse doing
a SPANISH, ADVERTISING BUSINESS. .
We can, by special permission, refer to
Mr. H. T. Hblmbold. Druggist, 694 Broadway,
New Yo-k. , .
Messrs. S. R. Vandcieb & Co., 198 Greanwloh
street. New York.
Messrs. Hall A, Rtjckel, SIS Greenwich street.
New York. - ... .
Messrs. G. Bkitob'b Son Co., Type Founders,'13
Chambers street.
Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York.
Messrs. Fhklon A Collkndkr, New York.
Messrs. T akbant A Co., New York,
llessrs. CaicuBkiNQ ASon, New Tork, .. ;
Messrs. Rapw ay i, Co., New York. -
oot20-eod3m .1.
GITE US . 'A. CALL
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shortest Bout West No Change of Carj
Chicago. Keokuk and Indianapolir. '
FOUR TRAILS DAILY leave Union Depot.
Iambus, on and after Nov. SI, 1868, as -
follows :
R'Oft Ao&aTCLLED( AND DETROIT EX
9iV JSS (Sundays excepted). Arrive.,
at Milford 9:17 a m. IJrbanalO:lo a m. Bellefontaino
1:05 p m, Sandusky 4:00 p m, Piqua 11:16 a m. Te
ledo 5 -80 pm. Detroit lOHOpm.
This train is run expressly for Toledo and D '
troit business arriving at both places 3 nanr
aneaa of any other route.
11 h H- MAIL AIfD FEORIA E7PRES3
l.lt (Sundays excepted). Arrives at Bradford
Junction4:40 p m. Riohmond tM p m, Indianapo
lis 850 p m, Logansport loao p m, Chicago 8 00 a m
Peoria :25 a m. Uaiesburg 9.-00 a m, Burlington '
Iowa, II K6 a m. Keoknk 12:30 p m. Quiner 1-44 p m
Louisville2:30 a m. Terre Haute 117 p m, Mattooa
S3 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 4:07 a tn, Alton 8:00 a
m, St Louis 9:16 a m, Lafayette 13:00 mid. Spring
field. Ills.. 7:'r0 a m.
Passengers bv this train reach St. Louis tbe next
morning boars ahead and. for points west
., awiu one train in aavanoe oi
all other routes.
fi'JiO SbiSJ04?00 ST. LOUIS EX-"'-'V
PREbb (bundays excepted). Arrives st
'I"! "eo" ou a m, Detroit 8:10 a m.
Bradford Junction 9:30 p m, Losansport 20 a m
(jhlcairo 8:i0 a m. InHi.n.nnl i. 9-7r, . m T u .....
0:30 am, Mattoon 9:15 a m, PanallK) a m. Altoa -3:00
p m. St. Louis 4,00 p m. L-farette 7:45 a ro.
Wa.IIIAIIaM 1111 . 4.14T. W& fc " u mm
kuk 1:00 a m, Louisville 6.-00 a m, Nashville 040 9
m, Memphis 10.-00 a m.
JET Sleeping ears run in this train from fliln tu
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is decidedly the beat train from Colpmbus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time ana arrives at ot. ijouis ana Jjouisviue v
boar ahead and makes direct connections fur
all points West and South on train ia advance of
any other route.
IO. A ft A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
16J Indianapolis (Mondays exoepted), via
Locansport. Arrives at Bradford J unction 4:14 a
m, Logansport 9:40 a m. Chicago 1:26 p m. Peoria
5:35 p m, Keokuk 10:45 pm, Indianapolis 80 a m,
Terre Haute 13:15 p m.Evansville 7:30 p m, slattoon
3:16 p m, Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa 5 KM) n m. Alton 9:00 n
n. St. liOUis 10:15 D m. lAfavatie 3-10 n m Iviiila.
vi'ieamu p m, liasnviiie aws m, Memphis 4:16 ps
Passensrers bv this train mrrivm th -- I.
St. Louis ZX hours and Chinafa fi hnnr. .hnl nf
any other route. .
STATE ROOM SLEEPING CARS
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
J4Sr Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis, V Tickets for sale at Union and Piqu Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
... . .. .. ,:
Cincinnati Railroad.
Five Tralri r 3L3a.lX-y;
EXCEPT SUNDAY. ,V7
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on th ,
IAttle Ulanii A Columbos &. Xenla ,
Rallroada.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Cotumbna at lS-
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardincton, Gilesid.'
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, boiloh. New London,-
w euinaton, uraiton ana uerea, amviug at Cleve-
land al65 A.M.. New York 7:00 A.M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. - .;
Iu. 1 AUtjUMMUiJAXioa Leaves uoiumbus
at 5 KM) A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts from tbe freight 1 ard. '
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Colnmbns at .
11:10 A. M. . U ill stop at Delaware, Ashley.Cardlng
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wei-
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3M P. M ..New York next day st S00 P. M. '
MAIL A1S U EAPKifi MS- Leaves Columbus at 3.-40 1
P. M. Will stop at Worthington. Lewis Center,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Graftonand Berea.: Ar-'
rive at Cleveland at 80 P. MM New York J:i5 P.M..
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping car at Crestline at-'
6:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11 8 P. M :
Ch eagb at 6:00 A- M.. being in advance of all oth-r,
er rout's, have ample time for breakfast, and take ,
the earliest train for the West.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL '
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 1:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3:35 P. M., Springfieli
0:50 P. M. This train leaves SpriBgneld at 1.-90 A. '
M, arrives at Delaware at 925 A. iL,; Colnuibus
lOOA.M.
PateatSleepingCaraareniBoaal ,
XHijEbt Trains to Chicago, .
Ke'W York and
Boston. ' !! '
4fil Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and '
New York, via Crestline. r . ,
RETURNING:
Nisbt Express arrives at Columbos at 1:46 A.M. . 1
Cincinnati Express arrives at Colnmbus all:
P. M. - . -
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 9: 5 P. M.
Springfield Aooommodation arrives atColambas r
at 10:40 A.M.
Fare as low a by any Otber Route. '
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT. -
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES P4TTEKSON, -
' ; Agent, Columb. a, Ohio. , .:
Columbus. Not Z3. 1868.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
ir-i vj
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Nov. S3d, 1868, FOUR
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus '
FOE CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST. -LOUIS,
DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- .-
DIANAP0LI3 a CHJCAOOi . .
ffithou change of ears to DAYTON and RICR '
MOND, and only on change of cars to LN
DIANAP0L18 and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows ....
J1-. , FIRST TRAIN (Daily). - ..
Leaver at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati. Circlevill -Lancaster,
Hillsboro and Cbillicothe: stops at Lon-.
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a ''
Cincinnati at 120 a. m. . .
, SECOND TRAIN. ' J
' (Daily except Sundays J '- "
Leaves at 6:oO A. H. for Cincinnati, Dayton !
Riobmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at -West
Jefferson, London. Sooth Charleston. Selma. '
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan, Milford, ar- '
riving at Cinci nnati at 105 A. il., ooaneotisC '
wiui tue Aiau xwaui. -
1
THIRD TRAIN.
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 1:45 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton ard
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
dt-lVJl. . ,.. , - . , ;
FOURTH TRAIN. r
i - (Daily except Sundays.) : 1 :
Leave at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma;
Ceoarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland ai.d ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M.
Sleeping; Car on all JViffbt Trains,'
HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agant. ;
W. U. H. SHINN, Agent.
JOHN DTJRAND, l
W?T.' 0'Bng!ENt.endeUt CincinnaU. '
GeplTickotAg't. " "
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HAN DLE ROUTE. :
On and alter Deo. 18th, 1E68, trains 'will run as
follows:
Leave. . N. Y. Express.-, Mail Fast Lin,
Columbus.. ....3:15 A. M. 5:05 P.M. 1130 A.M.
Newark... 435 A.M. 8:35 P. M. 1:30 P. Jl!
Steabenville.. .9:54 A.M. .8:45 P.M. 5J0P. M.
Arrive at
PitUburgh....l2 00 M. 12:05 A. M. 7S0P.M.
Harrisbirg....lo' P. M. 136 P. M. B30 A.MI
Philadelphia.. 3i0 a. M. 4:1Q P. M. - 9:60 A. Mi
New York 0:15 A.M. ? P. M. 12:50 P M
Baltimore 8:30 A. M. B:20 P. M, ; 9:W A. M 1
Washington... 5:15 A. M, JO 10 P. M. " 12S5 P M
Boston........ 6:00 P. M. WO A, M. 12.-00 P. M."
EleKsnt state room sie'eping cars on all night trains
On the Fast Line tbe celebrated "Silver Palaee' '
d,T,an.d P'sht cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New ork without change.
43- Passengers by th 2:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning
an advantage never before ofiered. .
w w rinff,lTiflt'?t.A SteuoeSnville.Lb.
; W. W. CARD, Supecuitendert, Meubenville. O,
. . , . , . , H. B. BROOKS,
HlunelO-dly ....-
MEDICAL
PHILOSOPHY OF M1RRUGE. A Nbw . !
C0PR8B of LBCTCKB8. as delivered at tha New
juuwuni or anatomy, embracing the" sub
lecU : . How to live and what to live for Yonih
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood generilV review
edrTheoause of indigestion, flatulence and Ni.
yous diseases accounted for; Marriage p-Uosonhl ,
lcally considered. Ac. -uumipo.
Pooket volumes containing the'e lectures wfTl K
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reec nt of
i.mr nuii.. or uurweing: CTACKKTARY Nlr
Yost Vusbum ov Anatomy ani Kc.iA- 17,
BBOABWAY ISXW lOBX. VNY-feb-dly "'

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