r -UL --.Tift ..- "'. iif-tf 4 "
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
,t Showing tBsaKtval ui da-partST-a of' train at OoC
S-nbus, Ohio. On and after Monday, .Nov. 334'
trtins will run as follows i . ... ,
. lYlue-l 4MmiM CtnM R. I
If. T. A Western Express.
, 14 A.M.
Maw Voi-k EmM .. 11:16 A. M.
Mail and xpress.. ......... S:40 P.M., 9:25 P. M
i Sorine field Aoeora.via tlelw 440 P. H
10-4 A. M.
. Jio. 1 A ore raarialioe, ...... A. It.
; -ThUvrainTtaTSSnndj morning not Monday.
' 1 i J-kJUEaPATTKRSOU AwbW
lttl "Uaaal jt Colauakas Xenials.
i , ,i " LB ATI. , ARBOTfc
Wh(Mi.U,...;T:..J..1lM A. M. "!1:00 A.M
Cincinnati Aoovmmodation. 8-00 A. M., 9:35 P. M
' xiMa,.jrt ,t,.A.v..l3 P.M. 11:00 A. M.
Xxpre..... ........... -() P. H . 1:09 P. M
wtaltlnaere a- Okie Ballraal, Ctitial
KlSt ExjVnm.. ,.f 335 A. M, .18:10 A, M
Lightalag Bxps....... JMO A. M. 6:M P. M.I
ExpNW JUU...... : P- W.i 13:30 P.M.
t i'Lft W oi -J-- JXSMrre, Ajcent. j
. . j . tnl BailaraTi
TTflJ t 1 Hi'-'i.l' fl ".SAWS'1.-'
s-oo a. M
s-o P. MJ
W MLam KxDNH....
9aj AVj.IS ....-..,
; 1:15 P. M. xl.-OO A
O. A. Hux. Agent, i
If y Tortr tipwi. . B:1SA.H. MOUid't
$ ill !iSr;... P. M. , : P. M.i
ImnMoo AooomtaodatUn .00 A. M. 10 r.H.
YwkKzprM ran dail. Alt othortra.nl
.HAitia; j.aijnvaj mv
lr ila i ji-j. ' PtaEM. Agent.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Baaton Throa1i aUDi, A. a. r. H, ,A. u r. H
ni taaoenTiuo an
rie n J0.-0S tao
Sorrti-Mt, Tia Ft... W. A .- s. . ;w , -
c. o. t c. c. a. B. ...' , tae . . 1
I.Ittle fliAinl I,K.,Vh. W5 11J0 .... j
Tkan-tTitl. A WhooUna. .-... 1J 10 .70 !
- Way.. ...,J..... 1
CirdoTiUo. ChillieoUia t-t r-
wcimr, Ohio........... .. . -.
fill y. National Road.. 10 JO '
kt.yaWi.Wa.Ur- - v;::
rnlla. Ao.. , ... .v j. .w; ltat .,. j
SorxhColuaiboj andClin-l .- - .
nrt11...v.r... ......... lOfli .i..'-
W MhinjrtAB C.IL.Tia HaV -
rtbnrv .Bt-wooaiTrf1 At vrar.
and- Batafdayaj... j
Ctr VillaiEO. (ta-waelto
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
PESTH, Dec. 30th, 1868.
Those who find it convenient that the
Hungarian should have forced itself like j
a wedge into the rery heart of Earopel I
Ind thus hive become t most effectua ,
bar to many cherished, dreamt and as- ;
ptfations, never cease to talk of it as the
"straDger'' and "intrnder"1' whd came to ;
deprive others of their "older' "prescrip-:
tive righta,rOne might of .course answer .
that xhpoaand years of domicile might ;
- b considered as giving perhaps a strong
enongh claim to the iigbt of naturaliza
tion, and that. few. of. the existing . na-;
tMbs eaa go back so i faa in -direct line;
"but still this name of stranger, however
ipfoimded as aterm of reproach to those '
who, have held their own so, long', in spite, '
of all adverse, cirenmstattces, expresses
an undeniable feet f;' J
'iajfi it' wuhd HuDgaxy .'albame
"bad been drawn aa "broad as the ; Ghan-i
irel"a'wbichR4Wiparates 'England' irom
rraHceifor'i spite, bf the continued ih-
tercourae' and, contact of (interest,; the"
"aMtiahi Islands .are sot more different in -all
their ideas, institutions and instincts"
from their neighboring;; eonETnent. ( than
this country is from those " which ' sur-jj
rolnadlb erti, ieast and -south- the
chain pf the Carpathians and the Jower
Daube have been up to a'certain point,.;
of the same Bervlce to Hungary: as the j
Chaonel has been to Great Britain, but
1 towards the west there is na' euch line
r which separates HOTgaTy;; fromv (rerma
njrandyet th peculiar' character of the
people "is, perhaps, more visible - in thjt t
than is any Other' direction. It is on
that side thatHangary has been in eon-;
tact with European ' civilization ; ' but it
was witi the seeds at civilization Some
what as with those of the seeds of the .
soil when Imported into Hungary. They .
aBsume at once , a '.'peculiar 'taste and '
character VTbe peculiar genius of the
people is as strong as that of the- land
in which it Kves;' it naver imitates when
it 1 reproduces . any thing foreign, but
adapts and assimilates it.- .i .o
, i This proeesa goes; on" in the smallest '
things as well as in the greatest- , Thus
-have accepted Christmas with most "
-its-German, accessories, but the' vig--orous
Hungarian political life is not more '
; different , from- the-'-Continental paper ,
Constitutions than the spirit which has
been infused into the celebration of. oar
Christmas is frotaa that of German Christ
jnas,.,,,, 4t b.-.- -.-i...: w "-
- This- year the holidays of the season
, are ratheriBncroached upon by the com
ing elections,' and most of the members
who have not given, an account of their -.
stewardship 4 thojw. constituencies take
. advantage rof the holy; days; ta do to.
Things are likely to be liyelv byand by,
but jWe"are accystomed to stormy eleo-.
tipijs.'or, thij are; not' with , us things.
of yesterday; which no one much cares
.BrtittJor ;ven 'nderetandi - Eve'n at-
the time when the franchise was so much
restricted thaT not inore than about 200,-
09 01 electors existed who had a voice in
the elections for county! magistrates apd '
members ot; the . Diet, 'elections were
always great party 'field days, in- which
ifjawadisectlyat any rate indirectly,
ensUidei joined and worked 'Now that
there are about 800,006 electors ' in a
population of sonT012 millions and a
half xC pepplfe'the aghation must natur
ally1 be' much' more intense j.-.-,,;
" Tbv elections for a Diet are rather a
lengthy affair in Hungary,5 for the whole
work of framing and. revising', thel elec
toral listais only .taken "iut hand when
tbavwrU Is.Uauedi.u.i J i A.n.:; d
The law of 1848 says that'.at
test, twenty days tftettjia publication of
the writ the counties and townr are to
meet !naaeembly and choose" a central
committee, which is to have . the.' whole
management of the elections fot - all. the
electoral districts situated in the county
or town..rrIaluaoxmiaii'LU)laul the elec
toral dlstricta are to be . represented; In
fairpottionlr ae5 ell 'as h 'Tillages
add totamfliiities' situated' rn'tbe'm. " t . '
This committee, .- which i Aometimes
consists of as ina.ny ;t60 : and more
u-mberi, must constitute itself, jrithin a
wa;aA;itaeletionafl4 then Meet
eotnamUowf three anambers to make out
thw;Kst'-f ojleetois.''' 'If decide the'da-!
orf whicnthe lists are to. be opened, and
siU for a fortnightAfier, to allow time
for reclamatis, ai.lBr.Terieeation
of the listsnrBsyiag eornpletedthis, tbe
list ra pieeated tp-the Centric Com
mittee, when, again, daring a Jbrtnight
. reclamations XndjeQ.tionsmy be
made.. .pVpcee&jigs ,pT ,'botk thpsa.
ixiiq' ;w;ti!- t.fi.
.. ." .lxu,
A very talkative little girl yeed often
Jto nnaoy her jnother by. making remarks
about Tisiyrtbat came to the House.
On one ocaaToi igvntlemaniwa ex
pected whose nose had .been accidentia
flattened nearly to his face.' I The mother
OAUtioQed the child to say notbingabout
this feature. Imagine her ' consterna
tion when the-little one suddenly ex-
FtUimedf "Ma, yoirtold mi' to say noth
ing about Mr. Smith s aose.. . Why, lie
napni got any r; - -f i
r A poor Scotchman put irown-pieee
into "the plate" in anEdingburgh church
on a late Sunday morning, by mistake,
instead of a penny, and asked to have it
brffck, but tw jrefusedivfIa once,-in for
ever. - ,f '! -
u A .. 1 ,nnoJ SionrW T11
get credit for it in Heaven,"
. :j .i.. i t. ii'n
( Hit UB, BBIU tuo cuuau ClUCl, JfO ii
gef credit" only for the "penny you"meaht
to'give,'" ' y..i.i
ib'aa vHomit maietmeam: '
-V.v - n r 1 1 , i oca 1
! I hereby ii Ten, that prooeedlnnhaTO been
ed in tboOity Couooilof Oolumbus,formk
followiBg imroTml,VO-wit: - '
In. din fnllnwinff Imarovamai
f or buildio a double oarriage way aingla span
Man tu croMinf ot too canal on inena
AIM. lor craatnc ana pavinir xne nnpaTea siae
walks. tatters and orossingj on Young stxoet from
broad street totato street.-
A Inn. for bnildicc a double row Use stone nave-
in est aeroao Fair aUey upon the south side of Cbap
al street. ' '
Also, for bnilding a SO-lnch brick sower on Gay
street from Fourth street to Fifth street.
The same to bo done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared, by the City CivU Engin
eer, and mea in tne omoe 01 too i;iiy uiera.- -
All persons elaimins; damases on scoount of said
proposed improTements, are required to file their
claims in the omoe of the Clerk, in writing, on or
botoro tnel oartn day ot J-ooruarr, a. v. le.
eoB8-dltaww f I : City Clerk. .
1 f j ! Ai Ordinanpe ? f
taking appropriations for purposes therein named.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Counoil
of the city of Columbus, That them be and is
hereby appropriated trom any money in tne ireas
nrT not heretofore appropriated, the following sums
of money, to-wiU
I or expenses ot street commissioner ana iinaro
f2.n ai IMHk
Pur'ezpenaf 6t Jira Department 'anoTpaymaet of
old aenis, x,ow.
For expenses of City Polioe. 1.50.
For tho payment of salaries of City Offioers.
.Kor-ho) way rant ef Priatrogf and Stationery.
S5O0t J i , '
' For payment of expenses of City Park, 13.000. -
For payment of Gas and 4,as Lichis, S4.000.
'or tbe payment of Incidental Expense, $500.
For payment of Temporary Loan. 020,000.
t or payment of expenses of Sewers and Drain
age, iitio. - ' ;-.. '
For payment cf expense of building Nioolson
parement. S1.S31 75. -
For tho payment of expenses of East Grave Yard.
For tho payment of expenses of Qoodalo Park,
For the payment of noto due J. H. Pugh on tho
lt January. 1869. $1,900.
For payment ot expenses oi narxet tioon.siuo
For nart narment of Thomas C Thurman., fo
0 Hating Laws and Ordinances, $500.
so. i. The several sums of money appropriated
by tbe foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner prescribed by the fifth seotion of the ordi
nance defining ha dutiea ot, the City Clerk, passed
eZV 2 WM. NAGHTEN.- ;" '
President of the City Council.
Passed Deo.SS, A. 0. 188.
Attest: U..Wilsom. City Clerk.
.,Ari Ordinance 4 -w
To assays a special tax anon the real estate bound-
t invtiiga eet, trom a point ik leet aoutn ot
V X ...... ... , V. . annu r is..n,k P..k : -
r-KCTioM 1. Be it ordained bv the Citv Cnnneil
of tbe City of City of Columbus, That the sum of
Eleven Dollars, Thirty-one Cents. Eight and Four
tenth Mills, be and tbe same is hereby levied and
assessed upon each foot trout of the several lots of
land bounding or abutting upon High street from a
point l-'S feet south of Fiiend street to tbe south
lineot aoutn ruDiio iane, as tne saire are desiar.
n a tool upon ta plarof the Civil Engineer, on file
is the office of the City Clerk, for the cost and ex
pense ot grading and paving the gutters and road
way with wooden block pavement INicolson). ex
cepting that part between tbe rails of one track ot
tne street railroad, along tne same, according to tne
estimate of tho City Civil Kngineer, with the fol
lowing oredits tor old material: inlot No. M3. cr.
tlH leet curb, at 26 cents: inlot No. 342. or. 62
fe t of curb at 26 cents: inlot 841, cr. tin feet -of
curb at as cents; inlot 339, cr. 62 feet curb, at S)
. .')-? i , r . u . iii . : i . .
354 or. 6SX feet carb. at 28 cents: inlot 355. er. Gihi
feet curb, at 26 cents; inlot 356, or. 49 feet euro, at
MuntulnlKI lk.UtMi-.fli 4 .Mil,. .... 4-
lots sss, ana seo, cr. irv. leet euro, at cents;
a. X ot miot 384, er. Jt leet curD. at 26 oents; a.
H of inlot 38, cr. SIX 'eet curb, at its cents.
Sao. S. -That the owners- of the several lota of
land noon whichlho foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay tba smoaats of .money by them severally
due in that behalf, to John Walsh A Co, withia
twenty day lrom the date of this ordinance, or bo
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
the same by law.
Sao. S. All ordinances heretofore parsed, mak
ina nartial assessment for ffradina and navinvlha
roadway pf High street, from a point 125 feat south
of Friend street, to. tho South linoof Sosth Public
lane, bo and tbe same is heiehy repealed.' ' J '4
-,'I";",r WM. NAGHTEN.
. President of the City Counoil.
Pissed Dee. 88. A. I). 1868.
Attest: L.K. Wilson. City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract, V
'Setolvd. That the Citv Civil Enainaev ha. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of tbe city of Columbus, with Micbao
Galvin, for building a double row flag crossing
across center alley at tne south side of lrfng
street, upon tho following terms, to-wit:
For oxosvating or grading. Twenty-five cents dot
eubic yard. fj,i f r ' s ' ' '' r -For',
boulder paving Forty oents per square
rornaggiDg.iainonerwiae-.su cents per lines
Adopted Dee. 28, 1868.
Attest: L. B. WILSON. City Clerk.
jano-dlt - '
B esolution to': Contract;'
Betolved. That the Citv Civil Enrineer be. and
he is hereby authorised an-i-directed to contract in
the name of tha ait of Columbus, with Michael
Galvin, for building a double row flag crossing
across Centre alley at the -south side ot Spring
street, upon the following terms.-to-wii: -
For excavating or grading. Twenty-five oents per
OUDio yard. . r
f or boulder paving, r ony . cents per . square
Fur flagging. H inches wide, Fifty oents per lin
eal toot. ?-? ti ; : - ,
Adopted Deo. S8,8. J " ' J " "
Attest : Jto E. WILSON,
jana dlt, a 13 - - Cty Clerk
To change tho name of North Public lane.
Ssction 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of
the-Uity or 'Uoiamoos, ,'inat tne name oi isortn
Public lano be ohanged to Aaghten street.
WM. NAGHTEN. -President
of the City Council.
Passed Dee. S8, A. I). 168.
- Attest i U. a. Wilson, City Clerk,
- -v (Recently Kerch ant's HotoU JZ.
Mos 230 and 838 South HIIi Street,
THE 17ffIERICrfcD. FOB A MTJItl
her of veara nroDrietor of the National Hutel
of this city, takes pleasure iu announcing to the
publio that he has leased the above named House
for a tarnxf -years.- B.d it thoroughly renovated,
suppliedtarosghoui withantira new funiture.aRd
ia now readv for tho reception of auests. both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that hia Ions experience in the hotel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable bitn to give perfeot sat
isfaction to all who may favor him with their pat
ronage, a. nt.x JNULiUrs.
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons'; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
competent ana attentive nosuers. ll. iv.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
A- ouxltt. ftUroet, aear main,
HENRY P. ELLAS, - - - Proprietor
THI8 POPULAR HOUSE. CENTRALLY LO.
A. cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desiriablo stopping
place tor persons visiting tho citv. No pains will
b spared U make tho stay ol guests pleasant in
every oartiet.i myiu-dooi
W. . BB0OKS. ALKI. HOUSTON. WH. H. SLAII
j si jfcTwn ;u abb OOks,
! CarKlcU aVBiflA Sts., Colambn
JflALIHS 1M r t rr i " T J
HEW ORLEANS SUGAESJ AD TftK '
, bland Sugars. Coffee, Teas Spices, T co
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WILLCOFITIflCB THE COAL BU
NE.?H at his present stand,
1 kNe, 1S3 Nortla. JUgh atreet.
and trUTtali irdsrg in both. CAMBBUJGJC -a
HOCKING COAL, which hois prepared t soU s
the lowest market price.
sw Bpeciai attention pais to onipping.
Great Reductioo in rice.
QUALITr AND FBOPISTBS BNIMTiTRBD, " J
A DElJGHTFUtfc KOTRITIUUS BKYERAGB.
j.-"' -A Pleasant InvtgoratingStOHIC. te- ;
A Substitute for ALE and ALCO 40L1C DRINKS
A STRENGTHEN ER FOR THE DEBILITATED.
- . Especially Nursing Mother. -.i, I
A certain Reusdt for Disorders of the ''? '
7 BR OAT, CBEST, LVXG8 AND" BTOKACB.
Sold by Drntgisto and Grocerst :
JOS. S. PEDERJ3EN. ,' i
'' " . 2X Murray St., New York. :
Sole A gent for U.S. and British Provinces-of A
jan4 eodSm-TNT- r
Great Bargains inoots end Shoes
.1 -,:T .-
W s ;-. 16S South- High Street.
. f'-i.- ?'.-- -T: . o ?"-'-1
ITf ORDKR TO B EDUCE OCR PRES.
ent stock and make room for NEW SPRING
GOODS, we will sell, without regard to oouU.Onr
entire stock of '
Latdtea; ' '" . -""
jntasea and . ;i: -. . :'i '
Chlldren'a Boots and Shtes
At prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers'.. , We
have also a fine assortment of '
Beys' and Vonlh's Boot and Shoes,
Which wo ar soiling1 cheap for eashVT.-'-'? :
Oentlemenrs Fine t rench Call Box.
made to ordS. S3 Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly a d neatly executed
, jaLl3-dtf . - SHEPARD A HORIGER.
THE PAKTNEKHtlP HEKETO
' fore existing between the undersigned as pri
vate Bankers, under tba firm -name of Miller,
Reinhard A Co., is this day br mutual consent dis
solved. Messrs. KeinVard, Feiser and Falkenbach
have purohased tbe interest of Thomas Miller in
said partnership ind its business, and will pay the
debts and liabilities thereof.
Columbus, Ohio, January 18, 18(9.
rncwvl FRKD'K HESER.
00FT1 JACOK RK1 H ARD.
-5 fITA ' r ;
The undersigned having purchased the interest
of Thomas Miller in tbe late firm of Miller, Kein
hard A Co.. private Bankers, will oontinue the
business of the old firm at the same place, under
IDtnrio Dimea nfiinn&itv s w,' 1 -
Colnmbus, Ohio, Jannarv 18. 1869.
' - JACOB REINHARD,
Jcott JOHh.PH FALKENBACH,
janiO-dlw FKED'K FIEciER
f ?. : Sherift's Sale.
Wm. 'B. Dnnnickl Court of Common Pleas
Maria Ivy. I Franklin eon nty.
TY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IV MY
hands in the above sta'ed ease frnm said ennrt.
to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at tne door of
tne ooutt rtouse, in tnecity of Uolumbus.on
Thursday, the 28th dav of January, A. D.
at 10 o'clock A. M., a lot of household furniture,
consisting of one bureau, three bedsteads and bed
ding, two rocking chairs, cane seat and wood chairs.
disnes, stan is, stove ana inrniture. taoie. one large
mirror, elock. carpet, lounge.-curtains. Ae.l taken
as the property of Maria Ivy. to satisfv said exe
cution, r,. uiv tK,
Coroner, acting as Mierifr.
Printer's fees f 5 T5 janl6-dtd
Valuable Residence for Sale.
CITUATFB 0 KKOiDWtV,
tween Hia-h and Third streets, nnnrainin
twenty rooms, ostn nouse.witi not ana eold wa
ter. Also, improved range and furnace. Posses.
ion given April 1st.
r or price and terms, apply at this office.
.janT-dtf ... , .
DR. H. C. HELMICK
Gives special attention to all Diseases of the -
Throat & Lungs,
i ' . diseases or - c.
E 33 XsrX J3. Zi 13 S ,
OFFICE So. 155 North Blerm Street,
janl3 eodly COLUMBUS, OHIO.
HEREWITH INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
acadaihtancea that 1 have left the rjaloonof
Air. Ueorae r-hmtdt on boulh rlish street, and
have rented tha Saloon of air. Valentine iietti-
sbeimer. on lroit street, where my old customers
will nereatter always find a good glass ot lager
Deer. Ac do., ao. JUn.l ituun.
IflEMOaiENH CREAM, f
nnislS DELIGHTril t'JlN D fetFC NT
J. preparation, intra moed last winter, having
received so many flattering eoinmendations from
those wno used it. induces the proprietors to brio a
it again before the publio, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of tho skin
against the inclemency of tbe winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate fresbness
and beauty, bat-also conduces to its health, purity
ana preservation. ror Dealing aorasions. tJDap-
Ded Hands, race. Line, or Knughnexs ot the rkin.
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delightful frasrancf render it a neocs.-ary append
age to the toilet. Prepared only br MAKPLR A
K1TSON. Dispensing Chemists. 100 South Hisrh
street, viumous, uniu. . nova-aeoacwim
Atlantic & Great Wr stern Railway
Secbetabt's Office. No. 40 Broadway
New York. 28th Dec.. 1868.
OTICF IS HliKbtlt hlVSN -a HIT
a Special Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Atlantic and Grest Western Kailarar Comoanv.
will be held at tbe General Offices of the Company.
Ho. 40 iimadway. in tne ;ity ana estate ot new
York, at l'-i o'clock, noon, on Saturday. -the 31th dav
of January next, to consider an t approve ot, or re
ject, certain contracts entered into with the Erie
Railway Company, and -the Columbus, Chicago
and Indiana Central . Railway Comnanv. and lor
other purposes. The transfer books will remain
closed until after tbe meeting.
- W. ARCHDALL O'DOHJERTY,
janll-dztawtojacSO-XNT : . Secretary.
THE COmraF.RClAl. B4'K, located
in "Sessions' Biock." corner High and Long
streets, will be open for business January 4th. 186
Accounts of individuals and firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed INTEREST ALLOWED
ON TIME DEPOSITS. Gold and Silver, ForeUn
and Domestic Exchange, tiovernment Bonds and
local securities bougbt and sold, rasssge 1 tckets
to and from all the principal ports in Europe is
Tne above Bank will be open for the transaction
of business, exrtrpt-n&ying checks, Wednesiiar and
Saturn ay evemngsot eacn ween, tmm 7 to o clock.
aecou-eoulul u. a .-xnci,uuiorl
The Colpmbos and - Hocking al
ley Railroad lompany.
Notice to rstocltlioltlers.
Columbus, Obio. Dec. 18th. less.
nTTPU 15 HKRKKY GIVEN THAT A
meaiinsr of Che Stockholders of this Company
will be held at its office, in the city of Columbus
on Tuesday, January 6ih, 1869. between tbe hours
of loo'olook A. m. ana s o-ciock r. ju., at wnicn
thirteen Diretors for said Company will be elected.
nl auch other business transacted as mar be
brought before the meeting. Stockholders are re
minded that the la-v provides that "after the first
election ot Directors, no person snail vote on anv
share on which any installment is due and unpaid."
J. J. JANNk. V .
Seo'y and Treas.
50 PER OEKT. SEDUCTION.
XTOTICE TO IT1KK CHANTS, BANK
IN era,- Broken, Publishers, stationers; frint-
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i-CorumW, January 14th. 186. -
' FO. F.OtHtRRA.
Special Distriot Agent for New England Mutual
Life Insuranoo Company of Boston, Mass. Cash
assets 87 000,000. Dividend of profits paid annually
iak. t)auo-ananton uunaing.
JlO. B. IIIIUALL Ac CO .
n i i-.-HT-n Aaents. reoresenting the
Imr.ial of 'London-Gold assets.... .810,1100.0110 00
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' Wa4h,ngto, January t.Mt.
PROPOSALS will be received at tba Contract
Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of March
31, 1868, for conveyina tha mails of the United
State.-, from July 1, 186B. to Juno SO, 1873, in the
State of Ohio, on the routes and by the schedule!
of departures and arrivals hereinafter speoified.
being routes established 3d session of 40th Con
f resstand others. -., - y
Decisions announced by April 30, 1869.
457 From Miami, bv .Taylor's Creak, Dent, and
Cht-voitto'Cincinnati, 15 miles and baok,
six times a week.
Leave atiauii daily, except Sunday, at 8:30
a m . ' . .
A m ve at Cincinnati by 9-30 a m;
. Leave Cincinnati daily, except Sunday,, at
f , IJOilm-
v'.i Arrive at Miami by 5:30 p m.- " " 1 ""
94T3 From Washington C. H.. by Bloomingsbnrg,
Midway, (Cross Roads P, O.,) and Newport,
(Walnut Run P. O.J to A.ondon. 38 miles
. T. ' and back, once a week.
1" Leave Washington C. H. Friday at 0 am;
Arrive at London by 5 p m;
Leave London Saturday at a m;
i Arrive at Washington C. H. by 5pm.'
014 Vmm ttmiJ.i,K,R,n.Miti V..V TO-..,
, . . . Mansfield North Greenfield and Walnut
, -v - ttrove.n. o.r to Kushsylvania. S4 miles and
' back, once a week.
Leave Broadway Friday at 8 am.
Arrive at Rushsylvania by 4 p m;
Leave Kuahsylvaaia Saturday atlin;
Arrive at Broadway by 4 p m.
. Proposals to begin service at York. 13 miles,
'- invited, as per following schedule :
Leave York Saturday at 8 a mj
Arrive at Rusbsylvania by 18 m:
;, - Leave Ruahayvania Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at 1 ork by 6 p m.
9475 From Rich wood, by Pharisburg. to Marys-
viiie, 'o mnes ana nacK, once a week.
Leave Riehwood Saturday at 7 a m;
- . Arrive at Marysville by li m;
Leave Marysville Saturday at 1 P m;
Arrive at Riehwood by 8 p m.
3478 From East Liberty, by North Greenfield, to
West Mansfield, 8 uuea and Lac, once a
Leave East Liberty Satnrdy at 9 a m;
Arrive at West Mansfield by 19 m;
Leave West Mansfield Saturday at 1 p m;
- Arrive at East Liberty by 4 p m.
0477 From Tionecano Citv. bvGinehatnsbura and
- ; Fidelity, to Union, 10 miles and back, once
a week. .
Leave 1 ippecanoe City Saturday at 10 a m;
Arrive at Union by 1 p m:
Leave U nion Saturday at 3 p m;
. ' Arrive at Tippecanoe City by 5 p m.
Proposals invited for service three times a
94TS From Shadeville to Genoa, (Beokett's Store
f. U.J 1 miles and back, once a week
Leave Shadeville Saturday at 10 a m:
. Arrive at Oenoa (Beckett's Store P. 0.) by
Leave Genoa (Beckett's Store P. 0.) Satur
day at 1 p m:
Art ive at Shadeville by 3 p m.
9479 From Lancaster by West Rushville. to Rush-
vil e. 15 miles and back, six times a week
Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 3
Arrive at Rushville bv g n m:
Leave Kushville daily, except Sunday, at 7
Arrive at Lancaster by 10 a m.-
9480 From New Holland, by Clarksburg and
Greenland, to Chillioothe, 33 mi.es and back,
rj. , twi e a week.
Leave New Holland Wednesday and Satur
day at s am:
Arrive at Chillicntha hvlSm:
Leave Chillicotha Wednesday and Saturday
at 1 p m:
Arrive at Now Holland by I p mi
9481 From Johnstown to Croton. 8 miles and
once a week.
Leave Johnstown Saturday at T p m;
Arrive at uroton Dy a p m;
Leave Croton Saturday at 4 p m;
- Arrive at Johnstown by 8 p m.
Proposals invited for more frequent service.
482. From Dunbar ton to Mineral Springs. 8 miles
and back, once a wees.
Leave Dunbarton Saturday at 10 am;
An ive at Mineral Springs by 12:30 p m;
Leave Mineral Springs Saturday at 1 pi
-, . Arrive at Dunbarton by 3.30 p m.
04S9 Tmm Ronlev. bv Bates' Corrers (n. o ) and
- Clark's Mills (n. o.) to New Portage, 8 mile
and back, once a weeg.
' ' Leave Copley Saturday at 9:30 a m;
Arrive in New Portage by 12 m;
Leave New Portage Saturday at 1 p m;
. Arrive at uopley by saw p m.
9484 From Dennisnn to Bates' Corners, (n. o.)4
. miles and back, ocoe a week.
Leave Dennison Saturday at 3 p m;
. Arrive at Bates' Corners by 4 p m;
. Leave Bates' Corners Saturday at 5 p m;
Arrive at Denuison by 8 p m;
9485 From 'Cumberland, bv Hiramsburg, to Cald
. well, 12 miles and baok. twice a week.
: Leave Cumberland Tuesday and Friday at T
-- Arrive at Caldwell by 11 am:
Leave Caldwell Tuesday and Friday at 1pm;
- Arrive at Cumberland by ap m.
9488 From Barua'ville. by Temperanceville, to
Miltonsburgh. 16 miles and back, twioa a
-- ; week.
Leave Barnes ville Tuesday and Friday at 7
" Arrive at Miltonshoreh by IS m;
Leave Miltonsburgh Tuesday and Friday at
V'. Arrive at Barnesville by 8pm. ,
94B7 From Greensbnrgh Cross Roads to West Mill
r . - Grove, 13 miles and back, onoe a week.
. Leave Greensbnrgh Cross Roads Moudaytat
Arrive at West Mill Grove by 13 m; r -
j - Leave West Mi 1 Grove Monday at 1 pa;
- -. Arrive at Greensbnrgh Cross Roads by 5 pm.
488 From Berne Station, (n. o ,) by Hartxler,
(n. o., to WestKuBhville, miles and hack,
" oace a week. ......
: ; Leave Berne Station Saturday at 1 p m; 4 .
f-- Arrive at West Rushville by 8 pm; i -.
! i Leave West Rushville Saturday at A p m; .'
Arrive at Berne Station by 6 p m.
9489 From Dinsmore to New Bremen. 11 miles and
' back, onoe a weeV.
Leave Dinsmore Saturday at 8:30 am; .
Arrive at New Bremen by 11 m;
Leave New Bremen Saturday at lp m; .
Arrive at I 'insmore by 4:30 p m.
' - Proposals invited for more trequent servioe.
9490 From Anna to Minster, 10 miles and back,
once a week. . - - -.-. . .
Leave Anr a Saturday at 9 a m;
Arrive at Minster by 13 m:
. Leave Minster Saturdayat lpm;
Arrive at Anna by 4 p m.
9491 From Anna to New Bremen. 14 miles and
back, once a week. -Leave
Anna Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at ew Bremen by 19 m;
. Leave New Bremen Saturday at lpm; " ' '
Arrive t Anna by 5 p m.
9493 From Hamersville, by Maple, to Feeeborgh
.... . 6 miles and back, once a week, . . .
Leave Hamersville Saturday at 3 p m; .
' Arrive nt Peesburgh by 4 p m;
' Leave Feesburgh Saturday at 5 p m;
y Arrive at Hamersville by 7 p m.
9493 From Yan Wert, by Shane's Crossings, to
Celina. 24 miles and back, onoe a week.
Leave Van Wert Friday at 8 a m:
Arrive at Celina by 4 p m;
Leave Celina Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Tan Vertby4pm.
i - Propo-alt invited fur more trequent service.
9194 From Urbane, by Spring Hills, to DeGraff, 20
miles and OacK, once a weex.
Leave Urbana Satuiday at 6 a m;
Arrive at OeGraff by 12 m;
Lrave DeGraff Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Urbana by 7 p m.
u Pmm tendon, bv Lafivctte. Somerford and
Tradersvil e, to Rosedale, (n. o..) 32 miles
and baok, once a weex.
Leave London Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Rosedale by IS m;
Leave Rosedale Saturday at 1 p m; .
Arrive at London by 8 p in.
9498 From Hillsborough, by Sams nth a (n. o ) and
Careytown, (n. o ) to New Vienna, 13 mile
and back, once a week.
Leave Uillsborongh Saturday at 8 a m; .
Arrive at New Vienna by 19 m;
Leave New Vienna Saturday at lp m; . ,
Arrive at Hillsborough by 6 p m.
9497 From Ftazeysburgh to Bladensburgh, 18
miles and back, once a week.
Leave Frazeysburgh Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at B adensburah by 13 m ;
Leave Blade -sburgh Saturday at 1 p m ;
Arrive at Fraxeysburgh by 7 p m.
9498 From Long Run to Fall; burgh, S mile and
bark, once a week.
Leave Lot g Run Saturday at Bp m
Arrive at Fallshurch by4 p m ;
Leave Fallsourgh Saturday at 5 p m ;
Airive at Long Run by 6 p m :
9199 From Findlay.'by Benton Ridge, Bluffton,
and Beaver Dm. to Lima, 34 mile and
back, onoe a week.
' Leave rindlay Friday at 7 am;
Arrive at Lima by 8 p m;
Leave Li a Saturday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Findlay by 8 P m;
Proposals invited tor more frequent service.
B500 From Lindenville, by West Williamsfield,
WiUiamsfield.and State Line, (Kotalton P
' o.,)toJamest-wn,(Pa.J13 mi.es and back,
six times a week.
' . Leave Lindenville daily, except Sunday, at 1
p m; ,
Arrive at Jamestown by 4 p m;
Leaver Jamestown daily, except Sunday, at
9 4 m;
Arrive at Lindenville by IS m.
Proposals must be to carry the mail with "celer
ity certainty, and security," using the terms of the
law and they mut be guarantied by two responsi
ble persons, certified to as suoh by a postmaster or
judge of a court of record. ....
No pay will be made for trips not performed, and
for each of such omisriocs not satisfactorily ex
plained three times tne paylof the trip may be da
duoted. For arrivals i so f.r behind time as to
break connection with depending mails, and not
offioiently exoused, ooe-fuurth of the compensa
tion for the trip is subject to forfeiture. Fines will
be imposed unless the delinquency satisfacto
rily explained, for neglecting to take tbe mail lrom
or "into a post office t for suffwing it to be injured,,
destroyed, roboed or lost: and f-r refusing
after demand, to convey the mail as fre
quently as the contractor runs, or is concerned
in running, vehicles on thenute. The Postmaster
e ...i ,..KtTinl tha contract for disobeyina the
Postoffiee laws, orthe instructions of the Depart
ment.- He may alter tne schedule ot departures
and arrivals, and also order aa increase of eerviee
by allowing therefor a .prorata inoreasa on the
contract pay. He may also curtail er discontinue
the service in whole or ia part, at a pro rata de
crease of pay, allowing one month s extra compen
sauoa as the amount of service dispensed with.
Kida should be addressed to tha" -econd Ass-stant
Postmaster General ''supeTserihed "Proposals, bute
I jiL:..ti,nJunt hTB.U. h .1 - '
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i:., ... advertisemei-t of October 31, 187. and of
this date, in pamphlet form, at the puncipal Post-
, ,, ;l'asUuurUeneial.
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Haiti mors at tM A. M.; W aohington City at 8:40
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1 1 StO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS rriving
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. l - Bellaire at 5M0 p! M ;
DBltlUlura II AAIAU A.a JD. If MM fl 3 11 0-tnn IS,w4.1.t
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P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanee-
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Close connections mads at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York
Passengers holding through tickets to hasten:
cities hav the privilege of
Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS OX ALL NIGHT
V. :.: --" - TRAINS.
Ask for TICKETS wla BELLAIRE
JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation
u. ai. general i lcxet Agent.
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The attenlioa of the Trade is called to tho superi
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TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS CHICAGO
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shortest Bout West If o Change of Car
Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolir. i
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot, v
lumbut, on and after is or. 37, 1868, a
l follow: '1
8.AA A. M. TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
,UU Pi)ES8 (Mondays excepted). Arrive
at Milford 9:1T a m, Urbana 10:10 a m, Bellefvotine
1KB p m, Sandusky 8:00 p ni, Piqua 11:16 a m,C
ledn6-30Dm. Detroit 10-40 1
1 bis train is run expressli
sly for Toledo and
troitb- sines", arriving at both nlaeaa 3 lion
.bead oi any other route.
I.-IK P. M. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPRBj
lLO ( Hnndays exaepted). Arrives at Brad 'or
Junetion4M0pm. Richmond 6:06 pm. Indisnapo
lis80 p m, Logansport 100 p m, Cbieajr-i 8-00 a ra
reona a m, ua esDur v-uo a ro. Burlington
Iowa, 11-05 a m. Keokuk 11-30 p m. Quincr 1:45 p m
Louisville 330 a m, Terre Haute 1157 p m. alattooa
3:23 a m, Cairo 4-40 p m, Pana 4HiTa m, Alton 60 a
m. 8t Louis 9:)5 a m, Lafayette 13-00 mid, Spring
field, Ills, 7:,0 a m; :
Passengers be tbis train1 reach St Lohls the text
morning ie hears stheael and for points west
Of St. Louis and Kanknlr Mil Irflin in mAwmn
all other routes J - r
P.'O -DMiSHIcAGOAND ST.L0UISEX
UV PRhSS (Sundays excepted).- Arrives at
PiquaO-US pm, Toledo 530 a in. Detroit 6:10 am.
Bradford Junction 90 p m, Loraosport 3-50 a m
Chicago 8K0 am. Indiananolis 33&a m.Trr H.nta
6:30 am. Mai toon 9:16 a m, Pana 11-00 a m. Altos
3-00 p m, St. Xonis 4;0o p m.Lifarette 7:45 a m.
Springfield. Ills., 4:15 p m. Quincy 1100 p m. Keo-
aua iwnii, tiuiaviue o-wv a uu ei asavule eov w
m, Memphis 10.-00 a m. - .
A3" Sleeping oars run in this train from Colun
bus to Chicago and St. Louis withoutchanga. 'i bis
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St, Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and a-rives at St. Louis and Louisville. S
hoars ah end and makes direct connections for
all points West and Squth ona train in advanoeof
any other route.
10.10 A- M- SIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
It,!" Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Locau8Port. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:15 a
m. Logansport 9:40 a m, Chicago 555 p m. Peoria
5:35 p m, Keokuk 10:45 p m. Indianapolis 8-50 a m.
Terre Haute 13:15 p m.fcvansville T30 pm. Matloon
3:16 pm, Cairo 4:15 a m, PaaaS-OOpm, Alton 9-00 p
m, f-t. lonis H :i5 p m. Lafayetle 3:10 p m. Louis
vi Ie5r00 p m, Nashville 5-00 a m, Memphis 4:15pm.
Passeng.rs by t 'is train arrive the same day at
St. Louis SH hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of -any
STATE ROOM SLEEPLKG CARS '
Run in Ibis train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
A- Call for Ticket via Logansport or Indian
apolis. . AS" Tickets for sale at Union and Piqui Depots,
Columbus, and at all .principal Railroad Ticket
r. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent., ,
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
- EXCEPT SUNDAT. ' " ' ' '
From Columbus, in connection with Train aa ths
Utile Miami Jt Colambn) fc Xeatlst.
. ..: .... . . . ,-. , , . ; .
NIGHT KXPRE8Sl.av-Mi Cnlmnlma at 1-S&
A.M.- Will stoo at Delaware. Cardintrton Gllaaii
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, Sbiloh. New London,
Wellington, Graftoa and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land ato-55 A. M., New York 7-00 A. M. This train -
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. .
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbus
at 5-00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. - Thi'
train starts f-0'M the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK KXPP.KSS Lea-res Colnmbna at
11:10 A. M. It ill stop at Delaware. Ashlay.Carding-.
ton, Ualios, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wei-'
lington. Grafton and Berea.- Arrives at Cleveland!
at 3-M P. M., New York next day at 3i0 P. M.
MAIL A.NDEAr-KliSS-Leaves Colnmbue at -4
P. M. - Will stop at Worthibgton. Lewis Center,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Khiloh,
New London. Wellinaton. Grafton and Bareaj Ar-i
rive at Cleveland at8:i0 P. M.. New York 7;. 5 P.M.
fassenzers for fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ina this train, will get sleeoina ear at Crestline aa
6:00 P M., arrive in Fort Wayne at 1160 P..M '
Ch cago at 6:00 A M. being in advance of all oth
er rout-s, have ample time for hreakfast, aad take
the earliest train for the West . -r
S PRI.N UFIE LD ACCOM MODATION" TIA DEt
AWAKE Leave Columbus at 3-30 P. M. ' Will,
stop at all station, between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3-H5 P. M.. Springfield'
0-50 P. M. This train leaves Springfidd . at 7-00 A
M, arrives at Delaware at 9-35 A. ji UBluuibo
1040 A. M. , ! . , , ,
Patent Sleeping Can are rnia ea al V"
J- Islslit Tralaa f Cbleacs "
New York and .-(,
, 7..r .. . ;Boitoa.
Bagvage ch coked through to New Tor 1 sta
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, . to Philadelphia aa
New York, via Cree time. -
retcrning: ' ft rr t . n
Niuht Express arrive at Columbus at 1:45 A. M-) .
Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus all: ,
P. M. . : - - - -"' - ' - '11
Mail Trtin arriveaat Colnmbna at 9:3 P. M.. '-a
Springfield Aoeommodatioa arriya at Colauibu,
at 1040 A.M. , -, .
Fare u A.W as try anr User Route'
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
' , ' E. S. FLINT,
- Superintendent, ClevelsTid, OhiSr
- jAaikusv Patterson,
,- .-- ' . Agent, Col umb ,Ohio
Colnmbu. Not. 13. 1868. '"
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY, Nor. 33d, lH68,eFOUK
., TRAINS DAILY will lears Colnmbu .i,-,:3
F0S CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, EX..
; LOUIS, DAYTON, BJCHM0ND, IB-'- 'i
DIAHAF0LIS CHICAQ0.- . ; -
Withon change of canto DAYTON and RICH
J10ND, and only on change of oars- todN K ,
DIANAPOlaS and CHICAGO. ,
Connection are reliable a follow
: FIRST TRAIN (Daily).: , ; ;
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circle-rill i
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Ohillrcothe; stops at Lon-
; don. Xenia, Morrow, and LovelandV arriving a
Cincinnati at 7-50 a m. r
SECOND TRAIN. ,,, , , .
.. . i (Daily except SundaysJ ; , -. ,.
Leave at S-OO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
l Riohmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
. West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Helms.
Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon. Fosters. Lovelan-4, U ilford, ar-'i
riving at Cinconati at 10-36 A. MM connecting
with the Mail Boats. ' .
THIRD TRAIN. "! " " ' ' '
K- Daily except Sunday.) ' ' " : " '''
Lesve at 1:45 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton asd 1
Springfield, via Aenia, arriving at Cincinnati at .
830 P. H.
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.i u o; , (Daily except Sunday.)' w n
1-eaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and t
Springfieid via London, stopping at Alton. West .
Jefferson. London,- Sonth - Charleston. Selmfc
: Ce- arville. Xenia. Morrow and L-ovelaad. and ar- ,
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M. '
SHeepinir Cars sa all Ni-ght Trains...
'- ' HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agtnt. 1
W. H. H, SH1NN, Agent, . t
JOHN DURAND, 1
Genl Superintendent, I r!.M' -W.
L. O'BKIKN. , tmoinnaa. .
Genl Ticket Ag't.J ' J
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
On ana stter Dee. 18 th. 188B, trains will ran aa !
Leave. N. Y.xpree.
Columbus. 3:15 A. M.
S teu uenville. .9:54 A. Mv
Arrive at -
' Mall " Fast Lin."'
J-06 P-.M. 11-90 A.M.
838P.M.- 1330 P.M. .
9:45 P.M. 6-30 P. Ml?
..: -. .jj . ..... .. if.
Pittaburgh..AK0S M. - 18-05 A.M.
Harrisb-irg... do-so P. M. . 13-05 P. H. .
Philadelphia.. SiO A. M. ' 4:10 P. M.
New Y ork.. 0:16 AM.; 7.-0TP.J4..
Baltimore ,:330.A. M. 6S0P.A1.
Washington... 5-16 A. M. ' 10 10 P. M.
Boton , 6.-0U p. M., 8.-90 A. At.
6-30 A.M. ,
9-60 A. Mi 3
9:30 A. M.
K-38 P. M
Kle-rant state room SI e.nl n r -an m .11 , :
On the tast Line the celebrated "Silver Palace '
day and sight ears are run through from Coluabsa
to Philadelphia and New York without change
S3- Passengers by th 3.-00 A. M. Haoday towia '
arrive in New York at 5 o'olook Monday moraine.
an advantage never before alleged. . ' 9
WW.CARD, Supedntsndent, Steobeo-riilQs J
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Binnelidiy r ' ' --v.u.j
PLHLOHOPHY O MARRIAGE A Nsw'l
OocSB of Lbctuiibs. as delivered at the New
York Museum-of Anatomy, embracing the guW
iectil How tohvean what to live. fnr Tl.w -.laturity
and Old Age?lanhood Vi-ir.' JL2?n
eat i neaaa- -cf iaa-gestton, fiatslenos Bud Nii
P-krt volumes oonUWrinr ftewleetsre Will b,:.i
forwarded to par lie aaableto attvnd. on -. ,
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