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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
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ew York Exoress, Jl:19 A. Mj . 1 P. M J
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i cinreeid Aeoorn.Tia Del., P.M. io-4S A. M.I
A, tsaaaeaMoa.u..L A.S. ;45 P. M.'
"hia!nie4W'Stjn day mornlnr nnt Monday.
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tJiDeinoaB AooeenasoeWtton. 0 A. M. P.M.
lipnM.,.;.,...,..; 1.-4S P.M.-11:00 A. M,
is p. m. . 10 r.K
,L.... cu W. H. H. Sbinn, Agent.
saaTOaaarw' k Oaler Rtllnad, Ceatral
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tolaaaaaa, Caieaaa a IwOiaaa Cea-
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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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Portsmouth. ...',- ;mjjfn m V0
wunt, hio.:..;..'T. ....wfcirZi :so
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CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. Corruption.
Donn Fiat! writes thVfottowuig tq the
CinciBnaJi ."JDommercial, under datef of
Washington,. January 15,. 1869 irr.Vri'
It sounaa. iaiia. exaggeration to I- (Bay
xnai tne antira uerTico ino jaTruineni
rotten. jjui such is iui iact, uu one
treating f, the subject i. puztled and
appall edi by ita Variety and extent. ; He
acancaryvkiMwi where te beginand finds
tha there is np end. , And here another
difficnl t j '.' attends' ,the ',- reporters He (
works" np' .sfDV pieca of iniqwity i and
spreads it before the pnblio, and the in '
digrfanl-public seixes Ton that; and folj
lows it np in, bUndj wrath: tcvthe wclu- .
aioniflf nverything ;lsar-uAnd o fifty
rogues laugh and steal while one , rogue .
is being run down.";'''l. " . " " "
Just noj; we,are after,, thenjrilrpa48
To read the Jajry journajs. iOn wpJdj
uppoee- tfiat he ryoa4iipga td mi .
BODolized Washintrton. and tit-m voalW
OnlyiMrthtoUye 'wIihiaJbtrsafeT
In the praii)4:TrRl'irafT
ana Bierp uia Biepvyij uwaaDe-aou'
peaces sffariaay'aB publieJlandj
anrl MMsatiaJT aaB'Mofeoliei."is' 'iika
enough, bat this is the emajlest ipiuityi'
after jn,5,re AtnflH w. p- moa vaUTr
able, nave to Be aold and aettleLand '
before they can b fcla'AiepiedF the 1
iilroadfflust Je uilt, 'ijAndf although j
we hye jajinefe he pablio-domain,
aUlad'ctHtlMbia pdekaterof s th; '-ring:
n4aa-rtAtei ivt i hnge.Vindhdoh'-Jr,
from ,h, 3fhiskj? Jjng-; that. itdm thai
Treasury ; the National Bank ringt that s
robs the Goverarnt whtte nkirmingthe,
people iha .nrifaoturing, mooopojy
that IVrea pa b)UBtiesi;vQtad hy tha ov;
rnmerJt j tb Indian itareira 'ring' that
lla iavpwkefat toliti'Mimt
naman M068''iilte:i1pjut'i
these pehitenrUr'arebpaltia yaini h:
ejallowastalal adlfcand. helEalbiie yawns :;
ready: while our Goyerpment is njby1
them.si'neY U&iXtffitikf 'fin'gffgp
and wivea and 'fla'nghtfiriwn m4irtt an
tique, silks apdjAatinfc.idsiKatnniHng
woholsterr. deceive, in, aaailee.; and'.axa :
aKwe4';itkpiofaud iaeapbet. y
Com"- to'TyasBington,' if .yott. irant pr
sake onsortVuh these thivea.n,;'Theyi
thronghe'ayfnuea. pUJhe Bitola, crowd
the lohhiesi and.riike a .'milfion'of T&tsj
about 4 neW,rhki4s'!iarouttd a'
atranded jrhale, thej eaandj fghjail
eorge. . , ,Ji..ft w:-n iol tn)'.if:9 m
If a iadignaat
chase. Tis a part rof thft
one iaJbeiBgyuaur!!: the rest- steal;
mnnotiega i i.na ute gamei jus t new is to1.
ran down the railroad ring, JaUr S
WashifaJ"'4oiih'ea2 tn'ese" JoBn
each standing ovflr lie plpnder be hides v
bowling in wrath at the railroad ring.'
. And, in our blind, alaruf,
aww rw w,asi nvaifij.BB ay ( bvwuhi ruoujau
rood, hlaia the danger now-.. In thia
we aoajsaifettfthbTlc' iadmaiiiknd
we create k&iafofo&ir,.'?JL "I Jsaid
Wore, "Wit grt'sbaMotS-iB; retorrif iy::
laving laiid,joldand settled.'' Now.
in the b line of raOrAAd to the-PacSc;
we) nare ouitd. nil (.list we jcuuiu. 10 create.
a huge ttdnbpoly; Then'ext bet bing''
is to breAk;Vwn-r-rand if," jp so rkrlng;,-
' we waste mar donunnw only pay; the '
price exaeted,for our own Xojly, jJLeVfla
pause for ataoiiient'in'the midst, of our
viWnnns insJionatiAii mmA -.jilmrvi vaacr:
boot it. - JA lnitt H i.-i.tHJ 1
If ini'reatiBffH a 'cointetlnef "line ef
roau, over cuuieooeuiy luo.uoiktar route, .
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we ureas, opnw-ffioavpoiy uowbo jusiiy -
wouli we not hV giving the land
ior something like a fair return t, .And,"
what makes me a Httle, suBpicous, is that
the gentlemen who are' now so vociferous.!
in denouncing: these- raiboadS schemes,'
' were eitherx sUent when the grand ! riio j
nopoly was being uilt, 'as yoilrous
in its. folra''eirie,'he ,!jnoat:'iuiiV:
ant are th i menrejUtneraaad "owner
of the presept Jine i-The most charm-.
ingiy virtuous of all, are the gentlemen'
from Illinois, who are, inUrestfid in the;
welfare jof rPhjcago, ;v,Cbitago, at tW
present writing, is, so far as railroad
ffinti em. tha mnafc virt IIAtin TiTa'ftA on tria
wntinent, -M -.-tf
' let us make baste slow In tbis di
rection. TbV liair"'dfithe dog may.be
good for the bite. .Jiinaj be selling' ther
pablie land at the tse taftf aWt.
tnem ao aa to break up a tnonopolyj tnaii
may some day join issue with the Goy'.
ernment, and openly jeepardrze onf
Kberty. r. , ,-. "'. ""
Wealllook tbrirard td the incoming
administratioa , to tedy ;thsj evils that
now afflict' ua, preciaelysaa girls look-
forward to tbeir day of mamage, as the
begining of happiDeWdith aul
aa much reason.. The ,1i,itljejvij?iu
ia rotton because ti people 'are corrupt.
.1- lart faVtr .MOJA OI 4m-YCU
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The ring tniister who retirejitJB-gfjU
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or who fattnaijfti8Rll float LttUJei-t
cial recognition on Aneir. tnonv.'lihe
humoTins fittcel of fcublic, aeiri &
fiiaditniy on the Eoci4-wk& the
i poor. We yet bolieve tbat oar JDotjtrj
ers are chaste and our lathers honest
WedlJThorinllFsfctKp that
hi toMmeinl th modern fHeAuleaJ
and'Bweep-ottt the-'hltn:- Ana xnereia
walad th plaeoto tttd oVd
ftioVeIhe, worli,.' ( '.'-f "r ' -," -
Th JaU Nathaoiel Hawthorne tells,
somewhere, of the young man who atole
4tW:attandthowJfchS' Tft ti vat. He
bid in a wood until' the.onit'weBt down,
tha(,he might gratify hia. picked cnrioe
ity without the knowledge, o his friends
in'din8fo1k, who were' pious people
A'nP aflerlhe night came oh, he started
mthia evir way, nd was'gfartled by a
Uoise in the air above.oiis. It came
from i the witches flyine over Jxead, 08
iheirway to the feast. He heard their
)ices as ttey sailed along ; And first, he
r4 his elder brother's Voice, and' then
i-jatnr 'tlinn liinffatheiri followed hv
hat of his mother : .and at last he sunk
xhansted, for down to him came, in ri
' aid lanarhtef 'and" 'shameless talk, the
roiowiof. bis -best';' beloTed, into '-whose
. andahe had eiTen, his earthly happi
ess. .Hawthorne leaves us to draw our
wn moral, andX doL-UieamrBut I
HnK of it every day when I pick pp. a
, urnal. and find some one,-iike myself,
enouncing corruption, or while in the
! 'enate Chamber or the. lioase, 1 near
ome member crying aloud against fraud
1 nd extravagance, and all the while
(onndiog hisbreast as if in pain.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
i may ooncn ;
Citt Clbk'8 Omoi,l
COLUMBU8. O-.JJeo. SI. 1868. )
ITotle ii hereby riven, that proceedinehT been
utitated in tbe(Jity UouDoilotUolumbns.lormaX'
th fnllowinff imnrovemDM.&o.lt. :
1 For baildinr oble earn re war Inrle span
ridge at me eroesiDj ot in canal on friend
CraeC
Alo. for cradinc and naTinc the nnnared atde-
iralks. anttera and crossings on Young street rom
troM $ treet to (Mate itreei. . -. i 1 -
Ateo.for baildinr a doable row flag stone nave-
' teat across r air alley upon tne souta uae 01 vnap-
1 Bt.rtMit.
, Also, for baildinr a 80-inch brick sewer on Gay
treet from Fourth street to Fifth street.
i The same to be dona in accordance withnlata and
Estimates to be prepared by the Gits' Civil Engin-
1 All nersona elaimtnr damarea on aeoount of said
Proposed improvements, are required to file their
vaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
aefore the Hourth aay or ieDruarr, a. U.1H68.
i dec28-dltaww City Clerk.
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-feared,
i
j w AhJ Ordinance
fta assess a anesial tax nnon the real estate bound'
inr High street, from a point 125 feet south of
' rnena street to tne soutn uae 01 oouin ruoiie
lane,
Rimin t.1!a ft Drdainerl b theTfitvConnMl
nf tae'City efvCity of Columbusf That the sum of
Hleveu uonars, xnirty-ooe v;enu, cirni ana four
tenth Mills, be and the same is hereby levied and
Assessed upon each foot front of tbe several lots of
:,nd bonndinr or abutting uoon High Hreet from a
lAintl2S feet south of Fiiend street to the south
inaof South Public Lane, as the same are desir-
iiated upon t ,e plat o the Civil Enginee. on file
r tnaeqlsroT tne uiiy viers. ror tne cost ana, e
iienae y readingand paviax the gutters and roadV
ay with wooden block pavement CM icolson), ex--.Dtinr
that Dart between the rails of one track ot
3the si reet railroad, along the same, according to the
iwing credits lor "Id material: inlot N. 443. or.
- IX leet curb, at 18 cents: iotot So. M, eri-tafi
t of eurb at SS cents: inlot 241, or. i feet of
orb at 36 cents; inlot 839, er. fBii feet curb, at 31
eats; inlot 337, er. 11 feet eurb, at SI cents; inlot
'SI or tS! fast narb. at 28 eenta: inlot 856. er. ffitK
eteurb. at M cents; inlot.3S6Vcr. 40 feet cnxh.avf
,cent81talet'S5r( SSTeet curb, at M Senta,)na
-ls sas,3&9ana jou, or. ios leeteuru, atzooents;
' ' i X of inlot 364, or. 31 X feet enrb. at 36 eenta; 8.
,'ot inlot 3es, or. SIX eeteurb,at & cents.
Sco. S. That the owners of the several lots of
Hd upon which tho foregoing assessment ir made.
all pay the amounts of money by them severally
am in that behalf, to John Walsh A !o w.thin
? bjeot to the interest and penalty allowed apoa
heretofore pasied. mak-
e same oy law.
i oar
rtial assessments for grading and
I adway of High street, from a point 135
on a point
iuflOineAi 8
Frie:
t tna BaariritKeRama ia
bexehy repealed.
. -. . m ai. nAUDifin.
V a
--M - President of the Citv Conneil.
('Passed DeSltAeB, ,-. V. j f .i U oia
jAtti wiMog, ttjA;ieit1; H t :
J,ina1" !. "1,1 0.1
-t ' '
' An Ordinance
Iaking appropriation tor purposes therein named.
: BBcnon i. se it oruainea or tne liicv ueusH
rfe the-frvtT 'CaRrffcous. Thai thesey be -and all
Mh, ant,i aia mmri iMm anw nhnM In fhn Trn, A
ry not heretofore appropriated, the foUywiot: suaa
f mosert tok-wrtr r1 T r
For expenses ot Street Commissioner and Chain
ang. si.imu.
L For expenses of Fire Department and payment ef
Hi debts, SS.&OO. ,
C Fm- iMn ef Cite Pa8eALat.ca.tsKt Kivi
''For 'the aeat) ef salaries rf;-Ciiy Papers;
She yeatof xVladaf,'mo gUlionery,
(.MA. b!o v' in tliiff wii.i vi '
), Far payment of exueaaet ef Otty Parkj tS.aajT'
er payment or uas and uas Lirnts, a.ooo.
or the navment of Incidental Exnenses. SfiOO.
' Far payment of Temporary .Loan. SS0,000.
For payment of expenses of Sewers and Drain'
re. aiuu. .
For payfiert rf expensl if buUding Sioolson
lavement, n,i vs. , it
For tpajment . of eiB6teso East Grave Yard,
t For the payment of expenses of Goodale Park.
1' Vn, 1.1, TMtmMt f,f nnt, Anm J f P.,ti mi ttm
Ut January. 186.tl00. . , . ,
For payment of expenses of Market Bowse, (100
For sart navment -of Thomas (ktf hirmm fo
Hating Laws and Ordinances, 500.
r su. 7. l ne several lumi at monavaairoroDnataei.
y the foregoing section shaujbe, expended ia the
. aac
iAay
anoe defining the duties ot the City Clerk, paased
r J 1 ' ' President of the City Council.
' I aseea iho,h, a. u. icoo. . - ,
! ij-. ' Attest: U. Wilson. City ClerW 1 "
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3 - aw ' . . .. t H 'O l
icfi Eesolution to-Jontract.
vil -Enrlnee be. and'
sreetad Ao carttrart inA
umbus. with Miohael
ina a double row flag crossing
'eves Centre allev at the south side ot Snrinr
1 Mreet, noon the following terms, to-wit:
rot excavating or grading. Twenty-fivaoenisper
' For, balaJpevirig. -ert eeiit-iper square
s'-ardj
r, For flagging. H inches wide. Fifty cent per lin
,al foot.
' Adopted Dee. 18,1868.
jan4dlt p 4 City Clerki '
n Resolution to Contract.
- Bmolvtd, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
1 iTte.d&yipbieTow flag crossinr
reet,' upon the following terms, to-wit:
", For excavating or grading, Twenty-five oents per
fubio yard. "'.
For fboulder paring. Forty eenta per square
if era.'
-.For fagging. U inches wide. SO cent per lineal
Adopted B.r.TISSL JLhQ
y.nl . aVttertr t.'IraSOlCCUT Clerk.
Jan4-dlt -
v'Vt-j An Ordinance
1 4 1 Tq change the name of North Publje laae. '
SaoihOH 1. Be it ordained bv the Citv Council of
A.M uty of Columbus, That the name of Worth
, OQUCiane be enanged ton acb ten street.
j Wll. MAGHTEK. -
' . . ' President of the City Council,
k Passed Deo. 88, A. 1. 1888.
r, ; Attest: i is. WUL30M, City Clerk.
;Usn-dlt
,rreat Reduction in Price.
r . n qualitt ahd ntoraTtnis mnirpaiBED,
Ii DELIGHTFUL. MUTEITIOCS BEVERAGE.
V.;i A Pleasant Invigorating TONIC.
babetitote for ALB and ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
BTRENtJTlEyptlffiTJEBIUTAf EJ4
-i I Brpeeially Ndrsrag Mothers.
A certain Rbuidt for Disorders of the
i BSOAT, CBXST. LUNGS AJTJ STOMACH,
Sold by Druggists and Grocers.
Xi .l t JOS. 8. PEDERSiH.'-'
;toi; X Murray St.. New York.
' Sots Agent for U.S. and British Province of N.A
1 i jshl-eodSm-vrrr
ii I i ,. , im in irre-v
Xiliiill 'xili-J a-
Turnpike Notice.
4 'HE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE CAPITAL
' stock ot the Lancaster. Lithopolis A Ureve
l irt Turnpike Company are hereby notifies that
re will be a meeting of tbe stockholders of said
.mpanron SATURDAY, FEBRU ARY6TH. 18S.
a. tne ohh ot ,uuu uiiuh , uiuiuinjii.,
. anontv. Ohio at 10 o'olock A. M. ot said
' y, for tbe purpose o elcctingMevww wireotora of
n iid Tarnpike-road foe the ensl4nf a, iXi
January Ssbr iea.i5,r -'
T'TT L 8. O. HENDREN. B.
. ' . , President of said Turnpike Company.
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FRANKIaliV -HOUSyEai
flOl ; .wqtBiraritnantsa3 " "
: Km 880 stsaUgSS MatB HlA-ti Street
Ar'iber ef years prbenetor af tke Katioaal Betel'
of this citr. takes pleasure ia annou-ioinx to the
T
for a term, of year,,.i 4t 4boroBthlynlovad,
supplied tbroushout with entire new furniture.and
la now ready for he-'-reception of rueets.-both
transient sad regular -board.. He Satters himself
that bis long experience in the hotel' business and
bis determination to. devota ha entire pefeoae!a.
tention thereto will enable bim to give perfeot saV
ssfaotion to all whomay Twer bim with their pat
ronage. ;; - J ...e-K j e,.-t.H. RSYNttLDS. v
N. B. A Saloon and Kesuiurantea attached to
the Hous'j also; lextaosive 'Stabling, attended by
competent and attentive hostlers..., ,,, , H. R..
deolS-dlm - 1 1 1
ft
,iitff n.! u; ', . .1 i 'I I 1Wi Hi I I i I
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
jFoarth Street, near Irlala,
""ti"' i CINCINNATI OHIO. '
BKNET' .ELlAflt-; '.; -i:;"-7 Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient tn business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe. most desinable stopping
place tor persons visiting tne cit. no pains will
be spared U make the stay ot guests ' pleasant in
eveo eartioLl . . . myt3-dda
-u BOOK , BINDERIES.
f500,00 :
BOOKS WAXTED FOR BIXDIXG.
i-' t iu
HAVE YOU
'4.JIT BOOKS, MAGIZIIIE, IHEET
t- MUSIC. Ac.. Ac that you wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding. nromDtlv. at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tne city or giving notice tnrougn postcmce, or at
tne ..,-1: -i v:f" : u :-
Franklia Steam Book Bindery
. H' -; '1 H AKD V "
BLANK j BOOK M ANTJ FAOTOBY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
tne&tate. i. .T.. r.t .
Heems 34. 38, 38 Rorlh IIIg;b Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
!:: steam 1-nnting umoes.) ...
BLANK BOOKS I -, .:
1tt,mti BOOKS!! ..
, 'PLANK BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the hiahest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship.
at tne lowest prices.
and all Officers reouirinc r5UfEhl6R "BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with oar ear
onai attention.
I our patronage respaottaiiy solicited. '
1 W. W. liEFATOR,
Oct3-deod8m
Proprietor.
, SIEBERT& LILLEY,
Blanlt; Book . Mannfactarers,
: ; PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS. ; ;
Special attention paid to manufacturing first olass
;&lAink books :,
o every description, with or without printed Head-
- i .'. i ings.ior ' -
COUNTY OFFICERS, V BSCH ANTS, MANFVACTUBKBS
' BAMKIBS, BilLEOAD 0OMPANIJ8, 40. .
Full sets of Books made on short notice.
OPERA HOUSEBUILDINC,
aprll-eottly ' J ' ' COLUMBUS, OHIO.
.WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
IUK & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS' AND SEAXKKB tll , 3 7
AT G HE S,
5"
JEWELRY,!
i r-j.rs ; eeeuJ 7:t .twit r
SIsLTEB aid
I
oi Ti; ' ' SPECTTACtiES,
'.:-..'' : .. ff-1 n-.-ui"iJ r.i-.J Ca.il
'jj ! 3::jta'Lpi PfSWtV -'k'.hti .j-iii'.J-!.:
POCIari-BOOKiS a.ad b';-'';"';1
i . sf : ,!.---:il t.A
;", nr, endxess yariett- l B
... Keep ooTistkntly oh hand a large assortment of
Setts Thsmasi and Waterbary Ctecka
Tor the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agent
i ::-ri-. -I'-forthe' - vx-. -
1 ITHACA CALKJiPSJt CLOCK COKPAH TV
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Wateje Olassj.
, r vt (French and Geneva) in full supply at
f , J5 'it 'C'j.loaTate.i:i ,'.-.o..-. n ,--ms
tAw"- AH orders, promptly filled and satisiactioa
f A. A L. I
febU-rfotfty"
o. 71 South HUh St.. Columbus.
PURNITTJRli.'.v'
XIOH ABL HAXH. OWTKEXB P. BIIXOW.
19 AUnV BELLOWS ;' 1VTJEtii,
FURNITURE "WARE B ROOMS
floe. ie V 18 Saath Hlsjh St.,
i o. i , COLDiriBUS. OHIO.
7Aer rtHi Manufactory is at Ua JToot
7 i ) iSowsAsarest, oa Me Oanal J -;'
Tbeir business tranaactious, both. Wholesale and
Retail; new extend thrcuahout the States of Obio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They mane lecture
PARLOR,; BEDROOM, DIN WGBOOM, : HALL, AND
MIUItn rUnnii I Unt p t.
Of all classes and every design, of superior work
menship andf Unish: Also. Cane-Seat Chair
every description, w noiesaia ana Ketan - , t
feb8-decdtr --.'2ry:'
u,i
'COMMISSION.
(Wpt MONYPENT,
J . .' t A. '.- ' " w
Forwarding-1 and , Commisfcidn
j MERCHANT,
C R A 1 N ' OF ALL 'KINDS,
i OHH, WttlSKI', &c. ' ' ' .
' IO- t90I i st Prices ' Paid at all time for
Com. W-untT. , ., eeeto. .i t.
'' ' F F I C E I
IKarWeilEnd eINat'l Bad Bridar:
! C0LUMSV6, CBIO.
feblS-deodly .. ,r . ,T -t i;f
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BBOOAB. , ALBI. BOD8T9S., S. BX P
J. is W, B. BBOOK8,
Cor.'jBIch &Hlf;hStB.,Clt
Wholesale Grocers.
BSW, ORLEANS. pDGABS AHD .
' Island Susars.Coaee,Tes Spios.T .1 sae u
- IjIOTJORS.
febS-ly
GROCERS.
H'COLM,1 SiiLE&'i& 1HTOALDS,
ND.'ia4 & SOUTH HIGH-STREET
Gr, K, O CJB K We
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nROPKIETOR COLXTlTlBfja ) P4W?
X Ui a BlAUAZlNK.-andagents for tbe
le
Uasard Powder Companj'j , Powders
Agents lor
GARDNER, PH1PP1 4 fcOi'S
1 .1
Celebrate! ; Sugar Cured 'IT;
: -f .. and dealers in' I V-'ii"
FOKEIGN, .DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
v" j ,. : y.JV;JEAlV3 -.-tn XT.
in all their "varieties. Imported 'Wines, Brandies
uisars. etoi vt j r, mu x-, iw, lati-eodt
ra.-.t.
I 11 - ).l
j if yiirm- i i .! ' '
T.a-; AL.L ENiiA ee i't
WILI.CON ilNUB THE COIL SIT"1
; WEeS at his present stand,. v
"..'.Plo, 15 Htorth Xligh etreet
and will take order' In1 both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCK1N44 COAL, .whiobhe Is prepared t seU a
the lowest market jirice..,. : Jh.!'"
r Special atteatida paid' to Shipping,
mySO-eodly ? . . i 1 :' '
Turnpike Notice. Paving Notice.
To sfiviMi may Cbaasra:
. i -y i a i CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I
. . Columbus, 0.,"3anr6, 189,1
' 'Notice ia hereby giveh thai proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council oi Coiambitv &r
makiar the following improvements, to-wit :
Builaingadoublerow flair crossing across Good
ale street, at the west line ot 1'ark stuM
Also, for building a diuble row flag crossing
aeress Par tret M fa th aid of ttoedali
'Aleo. far paTrmr th4ipaTa si rfewalVs; ! tn1 tnht
ef tie south half of inlot ho. 313, Ueyle's addition.
Th.um, te be done in accordance with slat, anil
eottaates to be prepared a the City. Civil -Engi-aeer,
aad filed in the office of the City Clerk. , j
All persons alaisnint daraages on account of said
prpoeeoimrovemenu.are, reqaipsd to Sle tLan
elaiowin tbe office of ti e Clerk in writing, on
. r .i rri.;. j f U-Mk & . r. u.& ... j
(".,,10,1 E.WILSON
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
, I -i.-.--) ' ft -at .-,-t f " a T.nif.Ji.fl nc!
?. Tr, teawaCalasafcaa fTJalaa
, Arepat) aially (saaaaya A.xcepte.) .
; A. MIOHttaPKESB. arHvfn''at
ianesvuie at :13 . A. JLj Bellaire at 1040 A. a .r
Baltimore at Si A. M.; Waahington City at 8:40
A. M. , , i 1 ' i
' f i:iO A.V.'LiOrlTinsfG EipBESS-i rrlTing
at Zanarville at 17 P. a Bel la ire at S:I0 P M ;
Bakimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City atllda
. . . . .1 ' ' . t 7-
:tC P. H.EXPKESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
Ville at 4:58 P. M.; Beliaire at :U P. M.: Baltimore
at 7ti P. H.; Washington City at 530 P. M.
- - -
Close eonneotien made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to" Eastern
cities have (hA privilege of ;
Jisiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
StEEPEJG CAES - OK ALL NTGHT
- :,.:.', -TBAlsa ' '. f,'
Aak ar TICKETS wla BELIAIRE
tNO L, WILSON. Master of Traasportation
r ,iM. COLE. General Ticket Agent.: .
r JNO. W. BROWN. Gea'l Passenger Agt.
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PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER ? WAREHOUSE.
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' The attention of the Trade is sailed to the saperl
; . .. or stock o . .;; : .. '
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PAPERS
OF ALL GRINDS.
Just received ad f sale by .
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NEVINS & MYERS
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ml
Oar rtock comprises it full line of
i :iT-
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BOOK'
t'J-iV
,-ti ni'.J .iio'iii'; aill to bi 1 ,L
,' suit el Ji Juiii . "on a; --I
Writing !.-t-i -lunuO rfc-"'
. ol :
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J.l-.l.'l
.in f,., .no!Ji-;tf3-fil -.a:'i1
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Colored ind ,': '
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-.r.iS)'j vi noiii fPrlnt Papers,
.i.-ll.i;tua '
.f.Aiio-'iS .'i .i.
. ;U"rt V!i'.
-x H.rr rr.T, ..O
W shave a fullstoak of .
onei:!liT,i n.i tiins-nil m'r.-.l
F.i.. !
,J i u;;?j Jaif l'I oou xcl laoqs J
n Of an aba aad varieties", which will VroSd at the
! a wte4aeAw Uu:;.'W-
n a t
Sj, 5-.J
!.1i ')::j l!I.I X.l
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, or stock or :n cw-i
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S. . !l
I unsurpassed in the city, inoluding
!-l ilil
.J--:i3 :.! .bk .'1 '
BRISTOL BOARD"1.
R. R. CHECKS
COLORED of ail kinds
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O I VJE US :A''OAL
I fte!- .-, .! in-: :1 twa xk i.:i-. '; a j
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NETiNS tc MTERS."
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NEW YORK.
REEVES'
AMBROSIA
17 O It
'7'l ' -Vf !l
iTHEtHAIR.
ejeaiaa MPAUOrl T
i.v-f f ..ViVr:?.;"? U LflfHt mo-
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ...t, ..; ,:s-ii
It cans . the Bair toCnrl beautifully .- i in'
' It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy !'"'!
, it Invigorates the Roots of the Hair. . (
'' It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly, .
1' It Immediately stop Hair Falling Oat Mi :-j
I i r.
It keeps the Hair rom Changing Color from Age.
It restore Grey Hair to Unoriginal Color. '
. ; i. i ., i. .iC il'if!
. It brings out Hair onheads tbat have heen bald for
years.
t b eompoeed entirely ef simsJeand purely veget-
I
ble substances.
, ; ,V . '. . : --If J' -T "I I'll
i It ha received over six thousand voluntary testi-
- mpclal of its excellence, many whoh-are from
:' ' ! physicians in high gtandinf . v u j -.y : ; .
It At Bold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the klX by Dtaggiwa and Peelers in Fancy
Goodaererywhere. aHOne Dollar per Bottle. Whoie-
f. ' , . My ! ' -1 r .V I' ''I '.J'-ll
- sale by Dema Barries A Oo F. C. Wells A Co.;
' Schieffelin A Ce..HawYork- IrWB-aMhxT-dlys
j. viennpt; & co.ri
'id' j general' newspaper. ; ; ,, t i
Advertising Agento.
7 l38Haaaaastraotllw bTswSa-
''' i (AtaAiawfe.ian.M ot if--;
3 WCbeg to e3V thsrattsatlob; eradwWeer to
ourarency. Onr facilities with aU tbe first elaa
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro (ally prepared l"Sr terms and con-
, aitions which cannot fail te gi ?"
menu. We also send advertisaaents i U aU Cuban
. axd Soath American papers with whom we bar
exelmriveeoairaeta Wearetbeonlv house doing
J siTslADVERTISlNOBOSlNESS.
I .... W eaa, by special peranssioo.ref.rte ..!1
Mr? H. T. Haaolf . Druuirt., WA Broadway.
; Mrs.V. AJTBOTi A :Oo M Greet wfeh
-street. lew York. . L9 O.i.ii ff-'-" "
; Meson? Haix RcCKBtj UAreeawleh street;
Nstf York (f.i'--- (
' Messn. O. Bbvob's Sob A Co Type FoanderVlS
Cbamhers street. hstl n -i.ui"
Messrs. Phum A Sow. Few York. .
i Meesrsi PHBfcusv CotXnnBSB, Haw York.-
Messrs. .Tahhant A Co., NewYork jB1! r;
Murfa. tlniCKBHiMA&oil. New York., j :
J Messrs, B.ww at AUoew York. '
TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
.7COO I
. v? 1 1 - t? t r ff
tleWeeWtd WevtIfo Chinge'f Oar?
Chicago. KeotWaal Iadianapoihtf 'I t"x
sfa yt Irinnml.rbTjUilo'i J'tir-Q
FOUR. TRAINS DAILY leer Union, Depot, ; J0)
lumbus. on and after NoT.il, 1868, as - .
rrf.UvT j'.i.''"; . to. aKT1
8.AA A- T0LEDt ASD DETBOIT Ex
lull P3ES3 (HundaV excepted) " Arriva.
at Milford :1T a m. Urbane 10:10 a m. Bellefoatain
15 p m, 8andusky S:W p avPiqua 11:1 a m, Te '
ledot-Wpn, Detroit lOHOpm. : i, -'
Tbis train is run expressly for Toledo and -TJ
tmit business, arriving at both place aaurU
akead of any other route. . .
P. M. MAIL ANDPEOBIA EtPRESS1
( Sundays excepted Arrive, at MrAtnrA
aunctienanv p m, meomena m:Kj p m, loeianapo
lis 80 p m, Logansport KhJO poi.CbicsroSO am " .
Peoria :l5a m. tialesburg 9.-00 am. Burlington '
Iowa. 116 a m. Keokuk 13:30 p m. Quiner 1:49 s n n
Louisville 3:30 a m. Terre Haute 11:57 p m, Mattooa ,
Jr23 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 4HrTa m, Alton8.-00a -
m. ot Lrouis :ia a m.Aaiayette UMO mid, Spring -
field. Ills ,7:0 a m. ,...-) i
Passengers b this train reach St. Louis tbe next
morning is boa ra aheaa and for points west '
of tit. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of
all other routes. "
0 b?iSHiCAiJOAND BT.OUISEXl f
OatlU PRESS (Sundays excepted). . Arrives at -t
PiquaDASp m, Toledo 60 a m. Detroit 8:10 a m. ''
Bradford-Junction 930 p ,m, Loranspnrt Utia
Cbioago 8K0 a m. Indianapolis 9:36a m, Terre Dante
J0 a m, Mattoou 9:16 a m, Pana 11:00 a m Alton
8 00 p m, St. Louis 4.00 p ro. Lafavette 7:45 a m.
Springfield, llls 4:25 p m. Quincy llHWp m. Keo
kuk 10 a m. Louisville 8.-0U a m. Nashville 60 w x
m. Memphis 104)0 a m. . u i
Ae Sleeping can run in this train from Coluna--,;
bus to Chicago and SL Louis without change. This .
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, tit. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
hours ahead and makes direct connections for .
aJI points West and South one train in advance of 1
any other route . . , ....--,....
lO.AA A. M." NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via 1
LAaXVf Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via '
ijogaospon. .Arrives at nrauiora j unction 4:1 a f
m. Logansport 9:40 a m, Chicago 3 S6 p m. Peoria '
5:35 p m, Keokuk.l;4 p m, Indianapolis 89 a m.
Terre tiante ix:is p m.tvatuville TaO pm, Mattooa -3:16
pm, Cairo 4:15 a m. Pana 5r00pm, Alton 90 p
m, rit. lrouis 10:lBp m. l-afnyette 3:10 p m. Louis
Tiile 5 300 p as, Nashville S.-00 am. Memphis 4:15 p m. i
Passengers by tuis train arrive the same day at -St.
Louis 3X homrs and Chicago 8 hours ahead of
any other route., s; - v- . ..-.i. ;' ':;')
STATE KOOn St.EEPI.irQ CARS , ,t
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis. .
A3 Call for Tickets via Log ana port or Indian- t
apolis. - ' . " .
' " Tickets for sale aUBk-andPiqu Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket;
Offices.
i , ! , i F CHANDLER. Gen1 Ticket Agent! t-T
J M. 1U Jl 1. Uaneral Superintendent, .;
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
r , .a. r,iir.-a-f)i,iiiaM. 1,.,;.;;;.
tax3mr-wvrJ vwwtar.
Cincinnati Railroad.
A j ""V'llxtJtPT r3tfNDAY?,3,1 J 1':"l",m
Front Columbus, ih eonaestion with Train en thj '
EltUe Mlaae! eVOlieatai 'Xesal
v ra tit b :-- aataJls-oasla. .i-m'J laii'nOJ .3
1 Wrrttr" irpri''r&?i.9.H'Ss?''J
A . BU Will stop at Delaware, rjaj
uaiioa, sjr
Wellington
land atS
leaves cunday morning, not Monday.-. '--,i i i ii 'l
u. l AttUJiauiiAlltia-Letfes UommbM
at5.-09AM.- WiH stop at all way stations This 5' J
train starts from the Freight. Yard. ,i,.n -:-ma
NEW YORK RXPRkHS lva' horambns at tia
lia A. X. , ill stop at UelawarevAshleyXardiBf ti J
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wei-....
lington. Grafton and Beree, Arrive at Cleveland ' E ' '
at 30 P. M New York next 4ay at ;3P.AL i , X
bail a.uis cAj-rtna AeavestJQiumousataMe . .
P. M. .Will stop at .Woxthingtan, Lawia.J eatery 3 lo
Dataware, and all Htatlon. to Khalbv and Khilnk. .r
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Beree,' Ar- j
rive at Cleveland at 949 rVM.WeW. York t:,s P.M.
, f aseearera for Fort Wayne and ChicerVtaar-iU.-ing
this train, will get sleeping ear at Creatlineatx v l
9-.09 P.- M arrive in Fort Wayne- ar V: M
Cb. cage at al beiaa in alvanee alleUw i aiT
er routes', have ample time for breakfast and takai j
the eartiest trainer the West ' ' T.rriTTJKl ia
SPKiNUrTKLD ACCOM M0lAAT10ATIA.pBln gdl
AWARE Leave ColUmbua at 3:30 P. Will
stop a ail statkws betweeaCotambos And -Sprinai Oil
field, arriving at Delaware at 3S5 P. M fipringneU, .i,.n
es P; M. This train leaves Springfield at 1a.' 1
M, arrives at Deiawareat , A . JhM CeiBiaAa olnt
. taod nTi. lJL0.3i Jioohi BJlT .oitd
srtBtSleitevCaaMPisaijB !(
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-.Cincinnati Express Arrives "at Columbus atl: .. ...
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.1 Mail Train arrive at Columbns at 955 P. M; t .,--3 ni
. Springfield Aoooaoaodation arrived atColuuffbui
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Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON WESTERN
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RAILROADS
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On an "after MONDAY, Nov, 13d, 1868, FOVJB. ,. ,
. . TRAINS DAILY will leave Coluinbu , ' f "
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w 101X18, dattoitct(ioiid;'ih".
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Witho'u - changeof can to DAY TON and RICH ' i
.. MONO, and only one eh an re of cars to IN ; t, 'i-.a
. . ami vixtuivuv.
s 'it ; . -?.f'-4i ,- .. 'ad 1
-,,wi ! Connections are reliable as follow
iuntn'IBST.pii4:ailyXli:Vv.'j it.j H
Leave .at -2 A. M, forfcCireinnvCiroleTilli
Lancaster,' Hillnbord and Chillioothe: stops at Lom,
1 doo, Xeaia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a '
-Cincinnati. at To a. m..j 14ii;,) bit i--' -ti-'.n(,
"u' f ! i-rli iis.KCO.TBAIIl.'i"q v:a-.;,:ii'.-!iiu
-i ' t;... (Dsaly.axceatBundaysJ' V"".0
Leara. at SMM) A. M. for Cinovnuati.: JlaytoB ,i Ww'-
Riohsoend. indranapotis and Chicago, andstops at -1
West Jegarean, Uoadan.fiouth Ufaarlestee, rna, - -' ': J
Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley, Cetwin. Morrew j, i 'hi
South Lebanon, Fosters. Lovelan.t. Milford, ar
i riving at Cinconati at 10:36 Aj aUabaoesUoa ; '' 1
with the Mail Boats. im
,1 it Ua i n --THID.ii TRAIN-' ioo'D s ikiaH
, ) - . (Daily exoept SundaraJa ta si' Io.t
I -eaves at 1M5 P,
es at 1M5 P, Mfor CinruanatLtDaytoa and of. -a
rirrfield, vis Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
IFljAL, ;J ,,. JV'lii.'i 3 -3 t..
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! FOURTH TRAtSw iii l' vB 5u
iL.is,i: .Dallareet Bahriavii!'!'''" OJ l-:.-v-.
Leerves at 0 P.JI. fo CiDcinnsJi.-Daytdh-'ekd bit-u-3
Springfield Tin Lohdon, stopping at Alton. Wet,na,, 7j
Jefferson, i London, South .(Charleston, Bel ma: ' '
Cerarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lorelaad, and ar" -::(
riving at Cinoinnattat 10:40 P. M. . , . , , rf , . ,
,. a. 1 : :- .'111-, .1 -.1 lu. -J J" ! J'-C
Sleeping Care an.; lt,7iB;bti prraln,"' 7-:
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RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
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" ton and attwr-Dec.-Bth. ffie'-train. "wfitrua A ' ? ' !
follows: I J, j, W-'J i''r.J,'..-"""
Leave.
H. Y. Express Mail" Fast Line.
ColumbujB..,a.i5A.M. .1KB P. M.0 19 liMfiri" A
Newark ..,'..'445 A.M.' 3:35 P. M. .43:S0 P.M. ,..
SteubenTiUe.HA.M. a9M)i, -'-
,M Arrive at v . . j OJ btnrs oJ at Ja.41 tnii jo U
Flrliurgh...00 M. JL - ,MfKi ,v)l, ir
Atamsnrg.i..iw d a. - iass r. si. o:su a. m.
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New York-
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k.... 8:16 A. M. JP.M-JSSap.M. , ,
.... IJOA.M. H40P. M. -'99AMI10'J,5
Baltimore..... : A.M. i 40 P. M. 949 1
vrasoington... u a. ja. ..m r , arrrvjv3e r..a. auj
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SltwtstatarormsleeprirreartooaTlDighttTaliiiT
U the KastLiu theeleiraied.',Hiler Aala lnmfi.
day and nirht cars are run through froia Colambaa i
toPhiladolDhiaand New Yerk withoaSr.'' .lwrnud
- Passengers by the 99 A.. M,78aaday taaaril x'lu
arrive ia Mew York at 5 o clock Monday morning
aa advantage aeyer beforwoflered. . . ' vcjbi r. -iiiq
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PHfLOSOPHY.OF UARRtAOCt A w l" " .7il
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jeetai now to Uvea ad what
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: The oauw of indigestion ftataleaee imlNu. 9iil 1. ill
i w.n iviani. wuwiuih, um levturea anw fr.a J . .. . -t ,
forwarded to rmrtie. unable tHttTndToc iTeeciotof 1WV'
four stamps, by addresaiiit sKSCRtT ART Nxw I'irt-l'I
Y6K VljBBrM OF ANATOMT AM) BciBNciVtla
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