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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
.. Sbewiag the arrival aad derartirre ot treTm at Obi ' J
emus, umo. ua and after Atoaaar, ov. Ida.
, . truns will run as follows : ; . ... , .
- CkTtUad. Claak Jk Clani R. K.
. S. Y, A Wt Iimr..liiA.M. 136 A. M
New York Spress.. ...... ..11:10 A.M.: l-AOP. M.
, Mail end ipna ,IMP,M, MtP.l.
. fc.pnMSot4Aooom.Yi M,1MF,K. 10:4 A. H.
- - ae. 1 Aooommodatiaa A. X. T;6 P. M.
" This trainleevee Sunday morning not Monday.
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i -n.iu -a Johx B. Fetsbs, Agent.! j
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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OLrDTl'rirOOI- Postmasler.
[From the Zanesville Courier]
THE NATIONAL ROAD.
THE NATIONAL ROAD. A Resident Thereon, not an Engineer,
Submits in to Report.
CAMBRIDGE. Jan. 11. 1869.
The peoplA of this, 'county ara- agree
mUyj' tfurprised to learn from the ' Report '
rS th . Resident Engineer the: Na-i
tional' Koad that : their' once favorite;
tborop'ghfare, has bee MkilluOjf imAn- j
iged," An ' the road kept in good re-;
ftf'C .duriDS ,D ,'. past . yeat. -This, is ;
Dw i us, for we hive been . under, the '
impression" during -several: years 'past ;
that thr road is being' grossly- misman- j
fSfd ao4 nuiformly kept i&r bad repair,
B4;.lbt : ten. years, more of the, same ;
gort of management wilt leave ns with :
i wrsd road than the ordinary " country :'
mud roads, ..j; :-: tj, .,,y. x X
The crown of, lie jea4 becLis gone, .
arhilatbr road baa become i intolerably i
nnddy;trt fh.d i winter: iid ."dusty ' during ;
' Every spring finds numerous breaks,.
sometimes on the tops-of the Btoepest
grades, whereegTWrnd is hard, cut en-
tjrJy.thiougnlli'e original coating, until !
) qmeatr repaired. with" sard--arid graVel
fakes from the nearest bank! which soon?
Vdrka dowfl, Into -pile. of .toughnud;
and this gravel is called metal" in the
atarernlly prtpmreel Eeportavi S&ufetimes
tbeM break are, repaired- by loose sand
ton. catbbreoTciff! the surface of the ad-e
jc44ng 4adsiap4 dunjped.intOthe mjdt, j
die of sne roao, wnero. iv remains some- :
fime ifeV; inonthl1bef6te it" is pouched,
aad'then some1 "employee with an old
- ladge,'or;thj pol, S an Icl.:aei. domes -"
aiHig nd .breakp. aj few!o the largest
fad spread- the pile over the smooth road -is'
iff assigned 0j 'revetu aVel, or pun-.
ish those who persist in ; riding over iC
fj ith nanteTons bainps f and this is called
Engwierinf pd the .National Boadi f "'r
"'"The1 considerable 'Amount of viefalt't
spoaen 01 in tne iveporc, eonsisrs, in aa
ditiorfWVfiat I nave Already mentioned,
of i 'pUestpfStone jthat.sre occasionally
bon.!4long., the,, roadside, and, suFered
to remain undisturbed : for ! years, until
tfiey become scattered About, or in some
iftstac'es' entirely los by sinking into5
tie, ground being Washed over. And.
the, arhest they de get ready to give the
read ; !,eotin of Tneta,,! ; which '
riieana "patcliipg it rpd or so. with fresh
03e lurj 13. UU DU W A1C1I LUV IVUUU:
is soft, bo that the "metal may bed.
itself? bht tWy wpread it1 6n in- the Sum-,
. tterjof Faiyrhen Jthe ,toad bed iadry; :
. and, e4id,;Ao tnaij travelers avoid, it as,
lengsss possible, er in their hurry to get
rtver strch!'spet9V','Bcatterthe' Hhetat" in!
all dircrtohaf',teQ tht Jt ia( .Often diScult'
to tell wktiher . the. , middle- or sides of the
read -bteiseri.oeted.vHi'i) .vUciu- j!:t
- Btie the-poYt showy State of facts
of aomeiuterest, to the'people wbo reside ,
longhe line of this pad., That since
1666 iio lesa-than $26,701 ' have been
: tak'jfro'm, thNatiohaT, Road fund to
bridge ,the canal Afia. purctiase tne-old
bridge at Ziauesyiptkajv , n , -a. if;
, "Now this is a gross imposition,-which
even tbf;-fliigner . , can "see,, and. which
bis sia(pOpsticcondenipBT,:: ;
- The last appropriation was obtained
. TnrdeTthe!presenUtion that the toll
beets woul . peaf , xj vision, enough to
. raise the amount x$ouirdt but the En-
gink an- t$w jidiaeBiigaiast ny: etch
movement, and no wonder, for4t is an
imposition, now,, to ,charge any s toll on
some portions of this road.
' The receipUof.tbrbad give $110 to
the mile;, this sum should riB expended
&tet this whole' road," giylflg to each mile
it&dite prtrporUoq pf the fium raised j t It
this road is to be run for the benefit of
1 Zanesyille, ret he'r Engineer isay) so at
drrc'e. and net pretend to the other coun
ties tbrougUbWhiahTit passes, thati they
8jyne;j:"go4 'condition , from,. year to."
jfjaw wfaeM Ine! oaa is eviaentiy going
down, and when tbeenly engineering
tht-t"Aref conscious of is thef; Annual He-
areaargea wis lot tn purpose or keep
iBgjrp theNajfional "read through beif
-rtsBectiveeountiea, And not renort the
port of tne itesiaenpgipeer woicii
renerallr pretty well done.; 1 n
GUERNSEY.
Carbolic Acid.
Reference ia frtneeatly made to
IU1
new disinfectalfvand'urilei''as (hemost
owj rtwjisv 6w : nonces.-)
and its great value will render the follow
ing pice6un f- it! prTjducti9fl,andprori
Mies,'Ukn,(fnTitheJ Maine ,! farmer,
specially injterestjjig. to.aU pu agricrdto
,.1 and scientific readers: -i.u i-.i ( 1
taafJArboMe aid is xtracted frerrr oaI
tar. ifhj ??wi :U:W-'ft
wasto products obtained Jrftfce frinmfa-
tare of gaafrom cnaL -la fact the proper
ties of this, sabstanee are moc v f aa ai
coLol thai m acid, phetiic aleobolV
It-(i"uow some tveritj years ; since the
attention of cliemiste vasW turned to the
methods of extractiEff'this cld .from
coal tar. Improvements in the methods
of extracUng it have been steadily made l
sihce) ttaUime. .until now an article oft
pur carbolic acid is made from coal tar,
fa. ... , a M .11 J?
tnat 1 tntirely tree irom an oisagreea-
ble larrv flavor, as pure as if extracted
difectrj from ten zine.'- " . " ; ''.'
!n"The uses of this substance are - nn
metcns. ' Its properties as a deodorizer,
disinfectant and antiseptic are remarka
ble? "Tfetng volatile; carbolic meets with
And destroys the germs ft'r'spornles which
float in 4he atmosphere and vitiate it;
and on this account it. has been. used
with astonishing, success, in England,
Belgium and Holland 'during the preva
lence of cholera and the: cat tie plague.
44Ir - W.rookes,'F.R; (editor of the
Aanaon .journal oj nysjcu. ovkm,; ,
gavs he has never, met ; vu,b a single in
stance IB. which the cattle jplague
has spread on a farm where
R has" been '"freely1 used. Its
antiseptic powers are Strang1
that the merest atom will prevent the de
composition, fermentation or putrefaction
for1 months of urine',' blood, glue solution.
"bete,'flury Its vapor alone is suf-
ficient pr3rreaeat mconnnea spaces
fox, weeks- and -even tv-iittlevapor- will
prevent fresh meat from being fly-blown
for several days, even in an ordinary at
mosphere. For some diseases of, sheep,,
especially scab, foot-rot, &c- carbolic
acid is an efficacious remedy. Cattle are
never annoyed with flies if washed with
a.wpak solution of this substance, -aui
ten per fcenl. of lit 'added to fresh1 batter
form van excellent salve for Wounds of
AM Kinds let man or beast."
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To all vkom it-may auw wa y - r -
Citt CintVs Offici,
CoLtrxBus. 0.. Deo. SI, 1858. 1
Notice is herebT given, that proeeedinashaTe been
instituted in tbeuity Uouncilot uoiamDm.tor maK
Icia the followhiriiillMQTemeota.tD-toit- - .
r For kuiliini a doable carriage ay infTe spaa
nridgt -t Hheerowtnr of tba eanal on Friend
ttreet.
Also, for ending and paving the nnpaved side
walks, totters and crossings on Young street from
Broad street to Ktata street.
Also. for bnildina a donble mm Sac stone nara-
meat aeross J?'alr alley upon the south side of Chap
el street.
Also, for building a SO-inch brick sewer on Gay
street from Fourth street to Fifth street.
The same to be done in aeoordanoe with nlats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and Bled in the omee or the City tilers:.
All nentnns Al&imina d&maf es on sooonnt of said
'proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, en or
before the iourth day of February. A. U.1B68.
Jj. H. WlLiSUJM,
decSS-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Conoem : '
. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I .
- Columbus, 0., Jan. 6, 1S69.J -
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements. towit : - .
building aluble row flag crossing across Good-
ale street; aethe westside of rare street -
- Also.f or building a double row flig crossing
across Park street at the south side of GoodaU
Also, for paving the unparrd sidewalks in front
of t ie south half of inlot A o. 213, Heyle's sddition.
The same to be done ia aeeordanee with plat and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil .ngi
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file tLeir
claims in the office of ..tlia-Clerk, in. writing, -on or
betorattta waraaa, yO
janl-dltawtw City Clerk.
An, Ordinance ,; i
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing the rrrih side of (ioodale street, from Fark
street to xeu aveoue. ,
RiwrrinMl. Be it ordained by the Cit Coaneil
of the city of Columbus, That the sum of One
ilnllu. Kort'v-six cents. Three mills, be and the
same is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot
front tha Mveral -ta' of. IsaoV boon ding or
aoutting upon the north side of Uoodala street from
Fark street to Neil avenue, as the same are desig
nated upon the plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
in. the sties of ta City Clerk, for the cost and
expense of grading and paving tba gutter and
crossings, and kradlnt te sidewalks, and grading
and graveling the roadway along the same, aoccrd
ins to the: estimate of the City Civil Engineer.
- Sao. S. Tnat the owners of the several lots of
land upon which tbe foregoing assessment is made,
shall pay the amoants of money by thtm serer
aUy duaria. that bebalhto. Vavi -Xurpby -A
MeCabe, within twenty days from tbedata of this
ordinaaoa, or 04 sabject to the interest and fenal
tsLUpaTad,a0ootha same by law.-, I
.
WM. JNAUHTKfl.
President of the City Counoil,
Passed Jan. 18, A- D. 1669.
- Attest: L. K. Wilboh, City Clerk.
iaail5-dU,..,. m i.,r fM T ,ri...-t; , -
1 An' nrrlrnarihA 7. t.
IJaking appiopriatiocs far purposes therein named.
Section 1. Be it ordained by tbe City Coaneil
of the eirv of Columbus. That there be and is
hereby appropriated from any money 10 tne i re&e-
ury not herelofore appropriated, the following sums
of money, to-wit:
Fpr expenses ot Street Cominissioner and- Chain
I:,,, ai lino . . c i - , . -
Kr expenses of Fire Peparlment and "payment of
J .. L M rut 1 3- . . . - .
ror expenses 01 vity ruitcs.ti.wv.
For the payment of salaries of City Officers
ai son
For the pay ant of Printing and Stationery.
awo. . .
For payment 01 expenses or v'y rant. x.ow. -
For payment ot uss ana tu L,irnvs, a,uu, v..
For the payment of Incidental bxpenses, S600.
For payment of Temporary .Loan. S30,0ua.
For payment of expenses, of Sewer and Praia-
age. S 100. ' . .
For payment rr expense 01 Dunaing n iooisob
pavement, Sl.:-21 75. - - r "
Fur the payment of expenses of East Grave Yard.
10.
For tna payment 01 expenses -01 uoooaie rarx,
S4fl. 1 '- - - - -
For the payment nf not.- due J. M. Pugh on the
1st Janusry.1868.Sl.S00. , '
For payment 01 expenses ot Mar set House, wiuu
For part payment of Thomas C. Thurman. fo
Hating Lawe and Ordinances, 5no.
Sua. J.-The several-sums of money aopronriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended in the
m&nner nreseribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot tbe City Clerk, passed
ibs.
,
TT't" ' f 'Presidentof the City Council.
OlaMed Dec-28, A. B.1868
Attest: L. E. Wilsom City Clerk.
jan4-dlt
An Ordinance ... ...
To ease's a snecial tax upon the real estate bound
ing uigu stieetr trouM a point. i tees aoutn 01
r rienu street to tne soutb side ot aoutn ruo.ic
lane.
Kectiow 1. Be it ordained by tbe City Cnnnoil
of tbeCityof City of Columbus, That the sum of
bleven Dollars Iturty-one Cents, feigbt and r our-tanth-Mills,
baaml tbe-same is hereby levied and
assessed upon each foot tront of the several lots of
land bounding or abutting upon High Hreet from a
point 125 feet south of r nend street to the south
tine 01 nnntn 1'uoiio iane. as ine saue are aesiu-
natedupont a plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
ia tbe times 01 tne liity laera, tor tne cost ana ex
pense o' grading and paving the gutters and road-
;.u 1 V.1 1. ........... ... . v ; 1 .
eepthig that part between the rails of one track ot
tne siieeiranroaa, aioug inn same, accoraingio tne
estimate or tne mty tivii engineer, witn tne 101
lnwinf eredits for old material: inlot No. 343. cr.
am leet cut b. at 28 cents: inlot No. 242. cr. 62 X
fe t of curb at S6 cents: inlot Sil. cr. 6ii feet of
onrb at S6 cents: inlot 239. cr. 61 Si feet curb. at. St
cents; inlot 137, cr. 11 feet curb, at 31 cents; inlot
3M,or,2X feetearb. at 58 cents: inlot 355, cr.
feet curb, at 86 cents; inlot 366, er. 49 feet o orb, at
ascents; inlot 357. or. 55 feet curb, at 2S oents; in-
lots soa. San ana jeu, er. ieet cum, ai xe cents;
N. H of inlot 384, cr. 31M feet curb, at 28 cents:
i ot inlot 35.'er. 811 leeteurb. at 38 cents.
Site. 3. 'I'hat the owners of tbe several lots of
land upon which tho foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them , severally
dualathst behalfc-to John-Walsh ft 6.. w thin
twenty day Irom the date of this. ordinance, or ba
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
the same by law- - w
Sao. 3. Ail ordinances heretofore nassed. mak
ing partial assessments for gradin and paving the
roadway of Hieh street, from a ooint 135 feat ponth
of Friend street, to the South line of South Fublio
lane, baaod tpesamets aeaeny repeated.
President of the City Counoil.
Passed Deo 88 A D. 1888.
Attest: L.E. Wilson, City Clerk,
jana-dlt
Resolution to Contract.
BaZfjii That the City Civil Engineer be. and
be it hereby authorised aniudirected to eonttaotaa
Uaivwy. fe bilHTc a donble row flag crossing
serosa Center alley at tbe south side of Long
street, upon tbe following terms, to-wit:
For excavati ng or grading. Twenty-five cents per
euhie yard.
For boulder paving. Forty --eeata er-tqaarw
yard. --' "
Fot flagging. Is Inches wide. CO cents per lines
iim. . ,
Adopted Dec. 38. 1868.
. . .,. AUest: L. K. WILSOW. City Clerk.
j. -- . . ar TS J w ay Jm
itesoiuuon to Contract.
v?2li'.Lth,5UyJCjT5l Engineer be. and
" .it., uireotea to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Michael
balvrn, for building a double -raw flag ressinsr
" . V ,-; - a.ue oi spring
street, upon the following terms, to-wii
For excavating or grading. Twenty-five cents per
enbio yard. ,
ror oouiuer paying, rorty cents per sauaral
tvtlGdttjn ittcbca irids). FifUieatf par Hni
esri foot. w
Adopted Dee. 28, 1868.
Attsutt L. B. WILSON,
jan4 dlt City Clerk
,TUitO
1 (.".MISCELLANEOUS.
if ijgr'y
Qreat.. Reduction ,io, irice
,
OUAL1TT AKD rKOPBRTIEt CNIMPAIKaD.
A DEUQHTFUt. NTJTRITIOUS BKVERAGE.
a - A Pleasant lnyigorating TUn IC.- .
A Substitute for AI.K and ALCO HOLIC DRINKS
4. STRENGTHEN ER FOB ; THE DEBILITATED.
tEspeciatly Nursing Mothers. ' j
A certain Rskkdt for Disorders of tba :
1BS0AT, CBKST, LUNGS AJSTS' STOXACB.
Sold by Dru; gists aad.Urooerf- r- t ..' l"J ;
JOS. S. PEDEBSEN. ,
Murray St., Bew York.i
Bole Agent for U.S. and British Frovinoes of VJL
jan4 eod3in-VNT r . . .-;- v'-v : I
Great -BaTgaiDS ia Boots etid -ShoeB
8I)PAUD A; 1IOBIOBB7S,
So. I6 outh Hign Blre'et?' "; 1 1
-
IN 0RDKR TO REDUCE OVH PRES.
dnt utaek and make room for NEW SPRING
GOODS, we will aelW without regard to cost, oux
entire stock of
Ladiea. ' "" S
j - ' irnaaaa anal -r . -x; - K - j
. r ... , Vblldran'a Baota and Shoes
At prices tbrt caabot fail to suit purchasers.. We
hsva also a fine assortment of
Boya' and Tenth's Boots and Shoes,
---- Tfhich we are'reTITg cheap for cann.""
Gentlemen's Fine trench Calf Box
's oed Boots- -
made to order. Ao Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly a d neatly exaoated
jaul3-dtf 8HEPARD A H0R1GER.
NOTICE.
rrvHK - PABTRERS 11F f TIE RET O-
A fore existing between tbe andersicned as pri
vate Hunkers, under the firm name of Miller.
Rcinbard A Co., is this day by mutunl consent dis
solved. Messrs. Keinrara, reiser and talkenr.ach
have nnrehased the interest of Thomas Miller ie
said partnership md its business, and will pay the
Columbus. Ohio, January 18, 1869.
- THOMAS. MILLER.
rnn.vl FRED'K KIESKR.
WOrTI JACOB RK1MHARD.
JOSEPH FALKENBiCH.
The underpinned having pnrchar ed tbe interest
of Thomas Hitler in tbe late firm of Miller, Kein
bard A Co.. private Bsnkers, will continue the
business of the old firm at the same place, under
the firm named KE! H AKD Cl. V t - -
i Columbus. Ohio, January 18. 1869.- '-
r - JACOB REINHARD, "
rooPTi joskfh falkenbach.
janM-dlw FRED'K FIESjEK
a- Sherifl's Sale.
Wm
H. Dunnick)
Court of Common Pleas
of
Franklin county.
Maria Ivy. )
Tl V VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IJT MT
1 1 hsnds in the above stared case from said court
to me directed, I will offer for sale at tie door of
the Cou t House, in the city of Columbus, on
Thursday .-the 23th dav of January, A. D.
1869.
at 10 o'clock A. M.. a lot of household furniture,
consisting of one bureau, three bedsteadp and bed
Ainm w.. mnbinff fthnirs. cane seat and wood chairs.
ai-hes, stanls. stove and furniture, table, one large
mirror, clock, carpet, lounge, curtains, Ae.. taken
as the property of Maria Ivy, to satisfy sd axa-
oution. u ua ji..
Coroner, acting as Sheriff.
Printer's fees $5 5 janlft-dtd
Valuable Residence for Sale.
SITUATFT OI BHOADWJT, BE
teen High and Third -streets, containing
twenty rooms, bstb House, win not ana oma
ter. Also, improved range and furnace. Posses
ion given April lrt.
or price and terms, apply at this office. -.
iaaT-dtf , , . ,
DR. H. C. HELMICK
Gives special attention to all Dif eases of the
Throat & Lungs,
- AJ KISIASia o - -
X X3 3VX AZjBS,
orntp Ko. 155 North Bla-h Street
janlS-eodlyl COLUMBUS, OBIO.
SALOON
. -i vr
r SALOON
T HRREWITH INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
A acquaintances that 1 have left the Saloon of
Mr. fceorge K-bmidt on 2outh idigh street.-and
have rented the Saloon of Mr. Valentine Hetti
ahnimer. en mit street, where my old customers
will hereafter always find a guod glass of lsger
beer, Ac, Ac Ac JUIIJI rKtuu.
janlS-d'lUwlm
I 1 EMOLLIENT TCREAM.
1 i i' 1,-1'.. . i- :
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rtlIS DELIGnTFCL'AirDELCOtttT
A prepaiation, introduced last winter, having
received so man flattering eommendatiofis from
those who used it. induces tbe proprietors to bring
jt again before the public, assuring tbem that it
stands anri vailed as tbe best proteotor of the skin
agaii.lt tbe inclemency of tba winter season. It
not only imparts to the (kin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation. For bealtog abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips, or Knughnes ot the fkin.
it baa no eauai. anile its fooiuii.g qualities ana
delightful frasraiic- render it a neceBfary append
aze to the toilet. Ftepared only b MAHFLR i
KITSO.N, Dispensitg Chemists, 100 800th High
street, Columbus, unto... .. sov-aeodw4m
ilkntic & Great Western Railway
Company.
'Secretary's Offtcs. No. 40 BuoimriT,
Niv York. 38tb Dee.. Um.
XTOTICE 18 Htlthlfk blVLA aHA'S'
i.1 a Special Meetioc of the Stockholders of the
Atlantie and Great Western Railway Company.
will be held at the General Offices of tbe Company.
No. 40 Broadway, in tbe City and state ot rew
York, at 13 o'clock, noon, on r-aturdav. the 3uth day
of January next, tc consider an I approve of, of re
ject, certain contracts entered into with the Erie
Railway Company, and tte Columhus. Cnicaso
and Indiana Central- Railway Company, and tor
other purposes, lbe transfer books will remain
closed until after the meeting.
W. ARt'HDALL O'DOHERTT.
janll-dttawtojanSo-KKT Secretary,
COMMERCIAL BAKK. -
TBE COimtlF.BCI L, BA'K, located
. in ".Sessions' B ock," corner High and Iynng
streets, will be open for business January 4th, 1889
' Accounts of individuals and firms solicited and
satisfaction guaranteed IMtkrJriT ALLOWED
UN Tl MK DEPOSITS. Hold and Silver. Korei-n
and Domestio Exchange, Covernment Bonds and
local sw-urities bought and sold. Passage Tickets
to and from all the principal ports in Europe is
sued. - -. - -
The above sang will ne open tor tne transaction
of business. excpt paying ohecks, Wedncrfa. and
oatur.tay evenings ot eacn weeK.irom 7 to o clock,
dec30 eodlm J. A. ju kli , t;asbier,
The Columbus and- Hocking Val
ley Railroad Company.
- Notice to Htoolf holders.
CoLtTMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 18th. 1883.
Tt.T OTTflK 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT .
IN mnt.inB. of the tt'ocktioldtrs of this Conranv
wilhbe held at its office, in the city f Columbus
on Tues lay. January xetn, ltrca, oetweea tne nours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and s o'ciock r. m., at wnicti
thirteen Diretors for said Company will be elected.
and such other business transacted as may be
brought before the uieetirg. ftocKnomers are re
minded that tbe la"V provides that "after the first
elect'onof Directors, no person shall vote on any
share on which any installment is due and unpaid."
v A l.i C 1 .
deel-d3tawtd-r ec'y and Treas
"
50 PER CEJvT. BEDUOTiOH.
MOT1CE TO lylKMCHANTS, BANK
i ars. Broken. Puhl'jhers, stationers, frint-
ers. Companies, Lawyers. Architects. Scbools,
(llaMrimac. -Circulars. Prices Currant. Letters,
n.tntAtinn. (?a.taJoan&a. Mnaioor an. documents or
drawings may be obtained at the following; extraor-j
dinary cneap prices: uu copies, iac eiuimea, oi
any document or drawing. Ac, 82; 500 copies, l;
1,000 copies, $8, Ac; 100.000 copies, 460, or 60 per
cent, vpon tie above prioes may be saved by using
Maurice's Patent Autographic Printirg Press. I of,
tiffins- Publishers. Stationers. Printers. Schools.
Companies, Ac. Price 80. A young boycan sirikf
ou 100 copies, letter else, per uuur. ot any uuou
met t, drawing, music, with tbe greatest fa ility.
Maurice'' Patent; States Rightsare sold at moderate
price. Fublio experiments each Saturday.
N H All kinds ot Lithographic work are done
with tbe greatest care at the lowest rates. Maur-
Wa Patent A utocrapbio and l.ithographio rnnt-
im. Writing and Engraving Establishment, -10
Monk William streets e Xofk. , .
deol7-d3tawly-TMT
Dissolution of Copartnership,
nnK FIRM OF GEO. F. O'HARRA A CO. IS
J this day dissolved by mntual consent, either
nsrty being autboriaea to settle tne past ousiness
ot toe arm. t. . . w uani,a,
r-.-JkH H.-H 1 H I) A LI..
OfelmTWJatvyei,48r -a-
GEO. ltHtHRA.
Special District Agent for New England Mutual
t iumfim, (lomDsnr of Boston. Mass. Cash
assets i7,0000d0. Dividend of profits paid annually
In rjisai i tiiiii as inaos" ' " uwutwi.
JNO. B. RIIuTaLL Sc CO .
n.n...t inanranee Agents, representing tbe
Tmnerial of LondoU-Oold assets 10 000,000 00
Pacifio of San Francisco fjoid assets l.ooo.too.oo
tvef.rfeetOlev.l.Sds.et.X m M
Ot.ntinealalWaw Vov A f WIaI . S.13WISw M
Uen. t)ist.-Agent or tpe Xiew r,ngiana
Mntual Life-Asset -,- 7.080.000 00
Office -Naughton Building, Columbus, Ohio."
191 tt;t.
PROPOSALS.
1 -i i ..
UNITED STATES MAILS
OHIO.
i.-i
jtllMVS
1.1 . .
I,
Post Offici Pbtartiikst. . . -
-. i )TMA,poawMjry 8.186;
PROPOSALS will be received t' the Contract
Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of March
31, 1869. for conveyina the mails f the United
-8tata,, from July 1, 1869. to June' 80. 1873, in the
' State of Ohio, on the routes and by the seneduloi
of departures and arrivals hereinafter specified,
being routes est&bliihed 3d session of 40th Con
gress, and others. .
,; Decisions announced by April 30. 1869. 1 1 '
457 Frm Miami, bv Taylor's Creek. Dent, and
Chcvoit, to Cincinnati, IS. miles and back,
11 ' six times a week. . 1
1 Leave Miami daily, exoept Sunday, at B:30
am;. . .. i
' ArriveatOine5nnatiby9JOam;
...Leave Cincinnati, daily, except Sunday, at
' " ' 3:30 p m; ' '
-Arrive at Miami by 530 pm. I , " ;
947 From Washingtin O. H by Bloomingsburg.
, , Midway, (Cross Koaos r. J.J ana xewport,
(Walnut Run P. O .) to l.on4on. 28 miles
: i - '-andbeok, onoe a week, i-' .
, Leave Washington 0- ti. Friday at 9 a m; .
'' '" Arrive at London by 6 p m; J- - ' ' i
, Leave London Saturday at 9am;, ,' , ,t ,
". ' Arrive at, Washington C. H.'by 5 pm.
9lH From Broadway, by Raymonds, York.' West
. . . ' Mansfield . North Greenfield and Walnut
I . Grove.fn. o., to Rushsjlvania, 34miles and
back. once a week. " -.. .
Leave Broadway Friday at S a m. - ;
Arrive at Rushsjlvania by 4 p m; : -
' :; - Leave Kushsylvania Saturday at 8 a m;
.j, Arrive at Broadway by 4 pm. ,
Pioposals to begin service at York, 12 miles,
'.i, -c: .invited, as pet following eohedule:-.
. i Leave York Saturday at 8 a m; (. ,
'' Arrive a' Rushsylvania by 13 m:
! Leave Rushsyvania (Saturday at 1 P m; ti i
Arriveat.Kork by 6 p m. , ., .. .. . I
9475 From' Richwood, by Pbarisburg. to Marys
ville, ie miles and back, once a week.
- ' ; -- - . - . i .. : u . . j ... . ,
rl .. Leave Marysville Saturday at lp mr ' J
.Arrive at Riohwood by 6 p m. .
0478 From East Liberty, by North Greenfield, to
West Mansfield, 9 miles and baos, once a
week.
i Leave East Liberty Fatnrdyat9am;
Arrive at West Mansfieid by 13 m;
Leave W e-t Mftnsfn.u Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at East Liberty by 4 p m. .
9477 From Tippecano City, by Ginghamsbnrg and
'Fidelity, to Union, 10 miles and back, once
Leave Tippecanoe City Saturday at 10 a m; "
Arrive at Union by 1$ m:
- Leave Union Saturday at 3 pm; ,,: .;;
" Arrive at Tippecanoe City by 5 pm.
- Proposals invited for serviee three times a
.... week. ,
478 From Shsdeville to Genoa, (Beckett's Store
' P. O..) T miles ant oaca, once a weea.
. . ff.v KhatAvtllA Saturday at 10 a m:
" Arrive at Cenoa (Beckett's Store P. 0.) by
18 m:
Leave Genoa (Beckett's Store P. O.) Satur
day at 1 p m:
Arrive at Shsdeville by S p m.
47a From Lancaster by West Rushville, to Rush
ville, 15 miles and back, six times a week.
- ' Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 3
P m; " .' '
' Leave Kushville daily, except Sunday, at 7
a m;
Arrive at Lancaster by 10 a m.
480 From New Holland, by Clarksburg and
Greenland. toCbillioothe,22mi.esandback,
. . : twi e a week. ,
Leave New Holland Wednesday and Satur
day at 8 a m; .
Arrivj, at. thillinnthe bv 13 m:
Leave Chillioothe Wednesday and Saturday
at 1 p m:
Arrive at Kew Holland by 7 p m.
9481 From Johnstown to Croton, 8 miles and back.
once a weea. . -
: Leave Johnstown Saturday at Tp m;
Arrive at Croton by 9 pm;
Leave Croton Saturday at 4 p m;
. Arrive at Johnstown by 8 p m.
' Proposals int ited for more frequent servioS,
483 From Dunbarton to Mineral Springs, 8 miles
- and back, once a weea.
Leave Dunbarton Saturday at 10 am;
r.'A Anive at Mineral Springs by 13:30 p m:
Leave Mineral Springs Saturday at 1 pm
" 1 ' Arrive at Ounbarton by 30 p m.
94SS From Copley, by Bates' Corners (n. o ) and
- . , Clark's Mills (n. o.) to New Portage, 8 miles
and back, once a weea.
: Leave Copley Saturday at 9:30 a m;
Anive in New Portase by IS m;
Leave New Portage Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Copley by 330 p m.
9484 From Dennison to Bates' Corners, (n. o.) 4
miles and back, "coe a week. --
Leave Dennison Saturday at "pm; .
. Arrive at Bates Corners by 4 p m;
- Leave Bates' Corners Saturday at 5 pm;
- -. Arrive at Dennison by 8p m; . .. . . .,
485 From iCumberland. by Hiramsburg, to Cald
. Leave'Cumberland Tuesday and Friday at Y
a in;
'-. i Irrlvm .f (Vlwell bv 11 a IPS "
- t Leave Caldwell Tuesday and Friday at lp m;
Arrive at Cumberland Dj o p m. .
486 From BarueSville, by Temperanoevilla, to
Miltonsburgh, 16 miles and DecK. twice
Leave BarnesvlUe Tuesday and Friday att
'-: -a mi : - - - -
f . Arrive at Miltonsburgh by Mm: -Leave
Miltonsburgh 1'ue.day and Friday at
' ' ' Arrive at Barnesville by p m. ' ' ' ' ' '
9487
From Grcensbureh Cross Roads to West Mill
ia miles and back, once a week.
Leave Ureensburgh Cross Roads Mondsy'at
8 a mt ' 1 '
trrive at West Miil'Grove by 12 m; -eave
West Mi 1 Grove Monday at lpm:
Airive at Greensburgb Cross Roads by 5 pm.
Karee Rtati-.n. (n. o.) bv Hart si er,
488
(n. o.,) to West Kushville, 6 miles and back,
once a weea. -
Leave Berne Station Saturday at 1 p m; :
Arrive at est Rushville by 3 p m;
Leave West Rushville Saturday at 4 pm:
Arrive at Berne Station by 6 p m.
489
From Diosmore to New Bremen, 11 miles and
hack, once a wee--.
Leave Dinsmore Saturday at 830 am; '
Arrive at New Bremen by la mi
Leave ! ew Bremen Saturaay at 1 p m; -Arrive
at ' iosmore by 4:30 p m.
Proposals invited for mote Irequent service,
490
Frm Anna to Minster, 10 miles and back.
Once a week.
Leave Ani a Saturday at 9a m;
Arrive at Minster by 12 m:
Leave Minster Saturday at lpm; ,
Arrive at Anna by 4 p m. ,
491
From Anna to New Bremen. 14 miles and
back, once a wee;
Leave Anna Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at ew Bremen by 13 m;
Leave New Bremen Saturday at lpm;
Arrive at Anna by 5 pm. ,
49S
From Hamersville, by Maple, to Feesburgb
6 miles ana oscs., ouco n kct..
Leave Hamersville Saturday at 3 p m;
Arrive Mt Feesburgb. by 4 p m:
Leave 1-eesburgh Saturday at 5p m;
Arrive at Hamersville by 7 p m.
493
From Van Wert, by Shane's Crossings, to
Celina, 84 miles and back, onoe a weeit.
Leave Van Wert Friday at 8 am; .
Arrive at Celina by 4 p m;
Leave Celina Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Van t ert bj 4p m. -Proposals
invited for more frequent service.
491
From Urbana.by Spring Hills, to DeGraff, SO
miles and naca. once a. sni.
Leave Urbana Satuiday at 6 a m;
Arrive at DeGraff by 12 m:
Lave DeGraff Saturday at lpm:
Arrive at Urbana by 7 p m.
9495
c... Inn h, T.af ivette. Somerford and
Tradersvil e. to Rosedale, n. o..) 23 miles
- and back, once a week.
Leave London Saturday at 5 a m;
Arrive at Rosedale by 13 m:
Leave Rosedale Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at London by 8 p m.
9498
From Hi'lsborough, by Samantba (n. o ) and
Carrytown, (n. o ) to New Vienna, 13 mile
and back, once a week.
Leave Hillsborough Satuiday at 8 a m;
Arrive at New Vienna by 12 m;
Leave Ne Vie na Saturday at lp m;
Airive at Hillsboroush by 5 p m.
From Fiazevsbargh to Bladens'burgb,
milMi iknd back, once a week.
497
Leave Fraseysburgh Saturday at 8 am;
Arrive at B adensbursh by 12 m;
Leave Blade .aburgh Saturday at 1 p m;
" Arrive at Frsseysburgh by 7 p m.
408
From Long Run to talbburgh, S miles and
back, onoe weea.
Leave Lorg Ron Saturday at 3 p m ;
Arrive at rallshurth by 4 p m :
Leave Fallsourgh Saturday at 6 p m ;
Arrive at Lang Run by 8 p m ;
9199
-Cram Findlav.'bv Benton Ridge. Bluffton.
and Beaver u.nii w uiuia. luiiea uiu
back, once a weea.
Leave 1- indlay Friday at 7 a m; .
' Arrive at Lima by 8 P m:
--' Leave Li a Saturday at 7 a m,
Arrive.at Findlay by 6 P m;
Proposals invited lor more frequent service.
950vFmm Lindenville, by West illiamsfield,
W illiamsfield. and ttn.lt Line, (Rot alton P
O.jto Jamestewn, (Fa J 12 mi.es and back,
i nmM m. week.
Ltsave Lindenvillo daily, exoept Sunday, at
p tn; ,
i .Fiua at. .TArnMtAWn bf 4 O Dl.
Leave i j lined town daily, except Sunday,
9 4 in:
, Arrive at Lindenville by IS m.
.. kotes. .
H i,nnaU mrtst be to carry the mail with "eeler-
i Hiv eertainty, and security," using the terms of the
: ble 'persons, oertified to as such by a postmaster
judge ot a conn i -
No pay will be made for trips not performed, and
r w nrKnnh omiaiiocs not satisfactorily ex
plained three times tne payi .f the tnp may be do.
riuoteda, For arrivals so f- r behind time as
' break connection with depending mails, and not
sufficiently excused, enerfourth of the epmpensa
(n. rin in anhieot to forfeiture. Fines wll
i be imposed unlesethe delinquency i a satisfacto
rily expiaiaea. tor uwi---.. r"; -'!
' ui....nut.(.ffip. for aunerina it to be mmrad.
' deetjoyetf, roboed or lost; and forr- tefasing
after demand, to convey tba mail as fre
quently as the contractor runs, or is concerned
in running, vehicles on tbe rrate. The Postmaster
- General may annul the contract for disobeying the
P(.stomce laws, or tne liisiruci-iuus ui toe isepan-
. meat. He may alter tne. sonoouie ot aepartures
nrf arrivals, and also order an increase of service
by allowing therefor-a pro rata increaw-on the
contract pay. Me may aiso curtail or discontinue
the servioe in whole or in part, a t a pro rata de
- ereaae ot pay, allowing ona month s extra eompen-.
sation on the amount of service. dispensed with,
i Bids should be addressed to the "Second Assistant
Postmaster General "spperiioribed"Proposala,btat
of Ohio," and sent by mail. .......
i For form of proposals, Ao . aad other inform a
1 tinn-seeadvertise.ue.t of Oetolu-r 31. )867.ean1
this data, in pamphlet form, at tli principal rost-
offices,;
ALEX. W IUM)ALI
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IN CENTRAL OHIO.
PROPRIETORS.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO
Tba attention of the Business Eublis is sailed to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
, . We hare in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
- TS1
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And our ability to get out work promptly is un
surpassed in the West, We have lately
made additions to our already
LAKGE TARIE1T
PRINTING TYPES,
Aad we feel confident to satisfy all who say give
us a oall. Oar large fonts of type enable us
. , to do all kinds of ...
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lathe moat prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this line to the
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That wa have exebuted in tbe past year.
JOB PKINTING !
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is well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do. none but the'
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of the -
LATEST anX CHOICEST
STYLES' OF TYPE
(Wa will guarantee tho utmost satisfaction.
ALL KIHDS OF
Mercantile,
Railroad, !
; Bank and
Commercial -
Printing
SUCH A8 .
Bill Heads,
Cards,
Letter Heads,
Checks, , ,
Cirqilars,
Blanks of aU kinds'
Drafts, '
15 FACT. '
EVERY KLD OF JOB PRISTIXG
Keeded by the business publio.
' We a!so keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KlfiD
Than any other Printing House in thaeity, such as
Super Royal Medium,
Dcrar, Crown Cap, .
Cap, stretteramd
Note Ixrs
Of the bast qualities, and, purchasing them as we
do, dir ctly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Holt
' Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPEES OF
PL4.TNEB to PORTER
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Wa particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are preoared to
fill all orders for '
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And all kinds of Blank Book now in use., . These
Hooks are all done in the beat style of paper, rul
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TRANSPORTATION.
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BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Tralnsj f.eaTeClisataaaITnloa
"fill ii y (SBnaajra Kxceptea.) :
S:2S A. M. NintTT RTPRVaa It
Zanesville at :13 A. M- Bellaire at'loao A. M .
Haiti mora at gfi A. M - Uy ..hin, in,. u.,n
A. M. "
11MO A. M I.TURTVTvrj ii--rpRiraati
at Zanesville at 1:7 P. M : Bellaire at 6:10 P. M ;
Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington CHyatll:2S
al. ...
P. M. EXPRESS MAIL.aryivingatBane.
Ville att:6S P. M.: Bellaire at 9-1S P. M H.1,.TI
at4A5 P. H.; Washington City at 530 P.M..
- Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengen bol ting through tickets to aaters
cities have the privilege of '
Vifeiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING
CARS OH
TBAINa
ALL NIGHT
Anli for TICKETS tI BEE.aUA.IRE
JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. tJen'l runmrlr
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the superi
or stocKol
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
if
Just received nif sale by
N1VINS 1 MYERS
88. 38 & 40 NORTH , JOB ST.,
CO LU MBU 8
Our stock oomprisea a full line of
Book
Writing"'
Colored and
'Print Papers.
Wa hare a foil stock of
ENVELOPES,
Of ail sixes tad varieties, which will be gold at tbe
. lowest market rates. , . t
ii:-. & IN",
ous stock or
' - IinnsitrpMiintheclty.incladini
,: '.BRISTOL BOARD :':
- R. R. CHECK, ' - ;
COLORED of aitkinds.
And BLANK
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NEW YORK.
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It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.,
It keeps the Scalp C can 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 res cor r s Grey Hair to iti Original Color. . i
It brings out Hair on heads that have beea bald
t ii composed entirely of simple and purely uf get,N
ble substances. . . .i;
It has received pveT six thousand voluntary testimonials
of its excellence, many ' 1 which are from
' physicians in high standing.
It is sold in naif-pound bottles (the name blown
in the class), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per BottTe. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
8chieffelin A Co., New York. t8CBKT-mcbl7-dly
BANKERS..;
P. W. . HUNTINGTON & CO,
Corner Broad & Etiglx Sts.
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shortest Bout West Mo Change of Carl
Chicago, Keokuk an J Indianapolia, -
" " ' ' ' -1 -'- "-
FbTJB TRAI9S DAILY leave Union Dare.
- .- lumbus.onand aftet Kot.S2, 1868. a' .
-follows: ft
Q.Aft A. M. TOLEDU AND DETB0T!N
O.UV PHES8 (.undavs excepted). Anive
at Milford9:lt a m, Urbana 10:10 a m. Bellefontaia
l:0&p m, Handusky :O0p in, Pi qua 11:15 a m,C
ledo6-S0p m, Detroit 10:40pm. '
This train is run expressly- for Toledo and (
troitb i' sines', arrixiugat both places Z nocf
ahea A af any other route.
-1.1 K Y. M. MAIL ANtf PEORIA ETPBHj
lel Onndaye excepted). Arrives at Bradior
Juntion4:40 p m. Kich-'-ond CK15 p m. lodiaiapo
lis 8.50 p m, Loganport 10:50 p m. Cbicagl am a m
Peoria A5 a m, Osreatmrg 9iX s m, Burlington
Iowa, 11:05 a m. Keokuk li:30 p m.Qninev 1:45 p m
Douisville2:30 a m. Terre Haute 11:57 p m. Mattooa
333 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m. Pana 4.-4T a ui, Alton 80 a
m. tit Leuia :J5 a m, Lafayette l:u mid. iiprinx
fieid, Ills ,7:0 am. ' - ,
Passengers be this train reach 81. Louis tba naa-t
morning taonra ahead and for points west
of rAt. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance
all other routes J . I
0 Sr,fiSHCAJGOANl) ST. LOUIS EX
00J PRESS (Sunrava excepted) Arrive! at
Piqua p m. Toledo 6:30 a ut. Let nit 8:10 a m,
Braiford 4 unction 3a p m, Lofanaport Uia
Chicago 0a m, Indianapolis 3-J6a m, Terre Haute
6:3U a m, l.attoon 9:15 a m. Pana UKW a m Altoa
8 IK) p m, St. Loom 4;-p ro. Lifarette 7:45 a m.
Springfield, ills , 4:45 p m, Quiaoy MSWpm, Keo
kuk 10 a m. Louisville 8Av a m. Aashville 6:00 w
m. Memphis 10KKI a m. .
ay Sleeping cars run in this train from Colnm
bu? t" Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is decided! tbe I ert train from Coli robes w Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisvilleyas it makes quicker'
time and a-rivea at St. Louis and Louisville 9
bonn ahead and makes direct oonneotioo for
all points We&t and Suuth one train in advaooepf
any other route. - - .... .- ,
4 A A. M. NIRHT"EXPBERS. Daily via
lndianaonlis Mondays exceofed), - via
Logansoort. Arrives at Bradford Junotion 4:15 a
m. Logansport t:40 a m. Chicago 3rJS p m. Peoria.
5:85 pm, Keokuk 10:45 pm, Indianapolis &59am.
Terre Haute 13:15 p m.KvaofVille T:30pm. Ulatiooo
3:16 pm, Cairo 4:15 a m, PaaaSKK) pm. Alton SAO p
m, p-t. I,ouislo;i5 p m. LatMyetle 3:10 p m. Louis
vi le 3:00 p n Nashville 50a m. Memphis 4:16pm.
Passengers by t .is train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route. ,- -i. i
STATE BOOM SLEEPING CARS
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
AV Call for Tickets via Logans port or Indian
apolis. . , .
49 Ticket, for sale at Union and Piqu Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket '
OfSoes. -.
F. CHANOLEB. GenT Ticket Agent.
- J.M. LU NT. General Superintendent. -
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
I'i-cra Tx-a.1
. , EXCEPT SUNDAY.
From Columbus, in connection with Train -en the
Lltde RUaml Celmbiu A Xealai
. . :-.-- - i Kallroads. , -jr.Ut.-ti
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:55
A .Vi. Will stop at Delaware. Cardingtoa. Uilaadi
Gallon, Crestline, Shelby. -shiloh. New London,
Wellins ton, Grafton an.l Berea, arriving at Cleve
land aii5 A.M., New York 7.-00 A. iLi. Tniatraia
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday-
NO, l ACCOMMODATION Leavee Colambai
at 50 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts from the Freight Yard.' - - ,
NEW yuRK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. ill stop at Delaware,AsbleyCardiai
ton. (jalioo, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Welt
lington, Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3r P. M New Vork next day at Sit P. U. .w
MAIL ANO EXPRESS Leaves Columbusat :
P. M. Will stop at Worthii gtnn, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and: Shtl.t
New London, WellinEtnn.-trafton and Berea. ArT
rive at Cleveland at:0 P. M..4iew York ?:. P.Hl
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by takr
inr this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at -6:00
P B arrive in Fort Wayne- at 110 P.
Ch caxo at 6:00 A. M. being ie advance of all oth
er rout's, have ample time for.,brcakfataad,take
the earliest train for the West '
SPR1MGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIADEba
A W A RE Leaves Columbus at JiMP. H.- Will,
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring'
field, arriving at Delaware at 3-M PVM SpriagfielA
50 P. M. . 1 bis train leaves Springfield at 7:00 A.
M ., arrives at Delaware at tab A. Jl Coleuibae
100 A.iU ., ,., .i jiijin LiiAi.i
Pa tvast SIcrrpiasr Ci- are rsiss-sni aJ
1 XMisat Train to -Cntesaga, A xJe
,.- - ...j Hew fork aad
. ii'- r., - n. -I'ni
Or Baewaee cheeked throuith an New Tcf 1 a,'.
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia aorr
New York, vie Crestline.
KETURNINO:
Fisbt Exprrs arrives atOolumeiit aU:45A.IL.
Cincinnati Exoresa arrivaa at .Calnuihua alii
P. M. - ' !
SI ait Train arrives at Uotmmbua at U.'.-S r si.' ,- -i
SDrinaneld Aocommodation arrives at Columbus
Far ae liew aa by aa Otar Heeraaet
Ask for Tickets via CresUineor CLmrelaud. .
r ..- - E. 8. FLINT. ' ' .,
- ,f' Buporintendeiit, Clevslanfl; Ohio.1 1
o V!b 3 - 0 f JAMKS P-TTE14SONi;r;oa,
Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
-Colninbus, Nov 12. 1868. - s . u i..flt
Ti
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
oil
RAILROADS
.
'
for
On an after MONDAY. Nov. Sd. 1868. FOLK
TBAIN8 DAILY wiU leave Columbus . tl
FOB CINCINNATI, XOTJISYILLB, CAIBO.'T
LOUIS, DAYTON, EICHM0ND. IH-
-' , , DIANAP0LIS a CHICAGO, , ":
VTithou change of ears to DAYTON and BICBf
ilOND, and only one change of cars to IN ,
' DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO. , ' y
Connections are reliable as follows . ; , .
. . FIBSTr TBAliT (Dily).,-
Leaves at S A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville :
Laneater,HiIl.cboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon-.
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Levelaed, arriving a v
Cinainnati at 7:50 a m. : .... fi -j i,,...,-
i. ; . second TBAiir. . r- -xi ; '. .n
: (Daily except SundayO .-- ,
Leaves at 6MO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Kiohmond. Indianapolis and ('bicaso. and stops at
W est J efferJOB, London. Snath Charleston, Srima.'
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Fosters. Lovelan ,- Milford, ar
riving at Cinc'onati at A, H itninnntinf
with the Mail Boats. ' .
-' -'J . ' THIBD TBAUf''0' c
. . (DajT except Sundays.) '"J ' I
leaves at IMS P. M for Cincinnati.'Daytorfard
Spring 6 eld, via Xenia. arriving at Ciaoinaati at
MOF.M. - -. .. . , .. . ; , . ,t,
" '"" ' '.' FOtJBTH TRAIN. , V, (
..'Daily except SantJays.) :, h
Leaves at 8 P. M. for CiBeinnatf. Dayton aadr
Springfield via London, gtopping-at Alton, West
Jefferson. London, South. Charlrstee. Delma;i
Ce arville. Xenia Morrow and Lovaland. ass) ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M. '
al.eeplnsr Cars an all NJsjht. Tralae.,
i HENBYBBOOKS, Ticket Agent'1
'-:.' ? i . . Wi H. H, SH1NN. AgenW- - - -'i
: JOHN DTJBAND, -
wrL.VBra nt :"-
. Ger'l Ticket AgH.) ''. ' -y..t XV-I
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
,
On ana alter Deci 18tA 196. trains will m aat
ioiiows:
ilail ' FsstLinei1
'-'WW-P. M.- -l!o'-.'MV
86 P. M., H: P, Mfl
S.-45P.M. sjgp. Mr
!..i -.. v -.--1 , j
Leave. " If. T". Express.
Columbus... .;.S:B A. M-.
Newark 435 A. M.
6teubenville...S:64 A.M.
Arrive at
Pirtj.hnrh ...19 M M. :
KHWA.K.-'ilTWIP.Mjt
harrisbarg....loJ0 P. M. JS6 P, M,
A-jo A. Mi.
0 A. Mi1
PhiladelpHia.i so a. ,
4:10 P. M, 1
New York. )Ai M. ; 7ft M. i.MrMrP.M
Baltimore 830 A.M. 6:40 P. M. S-.20 A. M
Washington.. 6:1 A. M.iAlO P M. 1' rJ-. P. M
Boston-,, .... , M P M, , , 6.-00 A. ,Mj lxQ P. Jt! ,
Elegant sta'e room sleeping cars on all night trains
Un' the fast Line tne celebrated "Silver Fatah"
day and nUhtcers are ran thrtiash fram (Jeleuibuslt
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
aa- PasseiMrerabjItbetMA M.Suoday riia
trrive in few York atj o'clock Monday, morning..
an advantage nerer before Ofierea: '!",rn
f ::ra u. : -ii t J. -V i v-'i: S FISCBLL.-i1,i
I .w Oer.1! Ticket Agt. Stenbenville.1). 1
f.W, CARD, Saparitataerferti HtemberMlhtiO
f.a 'lu. . 'H.B,BttUOK. .... j
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oTK Museum nf Anatomy, enibraeinv IbVinVir
cntai:.tiow-teUveaBd what. to. livau torynaisi "
Maturity and Girl Ave: Manhood central
d i The eaave -rf Irrdrgestiotr,--flararenee And Nt'
uu. sanan amauiHa luJiaJ wiage.pl4asoB-7
cally considered, Ae. i t -
Pocket volames ooatairrhn" these Isctaanaa mtn
forwarded to partiee unable to attend, on rrecintof
ur 'stamps, bv addressing SECRETARY": NrW1
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