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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[For the Statesman.]
[For the Statesman.] To W. H. G.
-' 1 wlf For tkitl Fw thlofAl t. :?
- For fcouro of whieh Um psat tlatl t..,i:'
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- to Mainf itn that may , '
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[For the Statesman.] To W. H. G. JOSEY L.
[For the Statesman.] To W. H. G. JOSEY L. BRIGHT VISIONS.
f . Tbiak ftraa tba boar tbosa aeol-Ut ia i ".
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[For the Statesman.] To W. H. G. JOSEY L. BRIGHT VISIONS. JOFEY.
[From the Barnesville (Ohio) Enterprise, Jan. 28.]
[From the Barnesville (Ohio) Enterprise, Jan. 28.] TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
A Girl Murdered by Her Love.—
A Girl Murdered by Her Love.— The Murdered Shoots and Stabs
A Girl Murdered by Her Love.— The Murdered Shoots and Stabs Himself—Confession of the Murderer.
( .... mum iA 6i 'i5f. vxi ':r;-v"l(:
Belmont toontjf T)8Tei fl8?- 7
the xonjmiseipfr of cripop, which. In its
fienfuh malignity. And bom biff details
; orpaesea isythinj thAt halt recently oc-
enrreti, eVen in the purlieu of . the large
cities. The murderoccorr&d on Thurs-.
dy, the 21ati8taDt aboat twor"ihies
, east of the Tillaff Sewellsrlllr.'' On
the alrtoohjtif the' day iietitioned, the
i.ji v !... -.:'.! -. t. rlu
KcaicHawniuuuu.iiuiEiiu uu , tuw
- by the roadside. Her head, was nearly;
Serered from her body.and, several email
wounds were upon ber bands and, breast..
. XbOc.XatBK ef tba nmidered rrl Ji
n : uv. . - AV1.A AT aVa.
i crime is homas Can,, who hadbeen To?".
nesrs that Uerr desire to marry. Miss
- Fextt 4ut -had . been refused by- her
, parents, on account, of , her , extrepe'
you.,. The ir)."8'l)rDther; nine years:)
old, was with her when they met Catr in :
, the lane, who walked, fcw;yards, with
ber. .Se - then Ipasbedl her down and
eommencjed to eel in his cost pocket for
. his weapoaji 'The little boy ran' te his
lather's house, about four hundred tarde"
distant,' and gays the alarm. The father
at once horned to tbe place, and tonnd
VSai Jlaaaa 1nh fVt fa a a aKaOA aYaattft?Tvui4
CarfHed in the direction .of ISewellB
aia. Ketnrnine br another road, he
. stopped at house and borrowed a gun,
saying; he wanted to ehooCa rabbit. On
Friday Wornine he as discovered le-!
ninci.Ji ox s spnng nouse, tuning on me
ground.' On going to him, it was found
-. that he "had cut his throat with a shoe
- knife. Thei'windpipe'had, been" severed
and was protruding fiom ' his neck, and
lie eonld oreath only through the wound.
He had also . shot himself in the left
breast, above the heart, and the ball ap
pearedyloiaT?" lodged in the ehonlder.
. Bv nressinir his neV together 'be man
aged to Uli j'With: difficulty, r He' conJ
f eased tie tMirden J- He was taken to the
house of Daniel Jdamtna, where he still
. lies In a critical cohdition.nL..:' 6' -
On Bunday tie murderer, Tnoroas
Carr.made a foH-eonfession of his crime
totrether with the causes which led to its
.mitted to.wrjMg.l-.Pr.:Swahl."w'bo) is
? wnwilling to make it mHie-without Jhe
boweverV present '.'quite a numbex. of re-.;
sUtementol and who"htty9"CMefully,re.
Cte'd ;theinTbV6ur hen'ent.,.'We will
re present the reader " with. tbs sub
; rtsnoeHrfVwhavt haWibaamiearnd from the
avcensedhimsetf f. '
- W now rive, the. euhptahce or what
accusei has stated to several parties,'
and which? (wware told) agrees with his
" On iha day the crime was . commi ttaoi
' Carr visited the girl at Alexander Hon-
tor's, Vrid'eooyersed 'withi hef for nearly
' balftn hour. rfMhl8'1JficcaBioM',Bhe,
"" mntibned"toliim the hopelessness of his
.;. awh!chheetteared greatly1 dis-'
' tressed, WW?
titns ne naa w iowumuit
life, and "had not' come to that conclusion
nntii ah6utthre"houTB befbfe toe deed
was eommltiedJ J -While- conversiDg, the
mA ajwiatcd.hiniito.dcaw. some- cider, of
hirh he drank three pints. . In. view at
bis inlUna;ed''Burcide, Canrecwred -av
rasor ax,' ilunrer a uao. ,.T jj.o .uwa
and went to Bewwiawiiieywoere. mt en-";
.;n V aTin-liilfe'i' Whict he intended
to uae if evety rag-,eie "isirea nim-J
His first desire,' however,' was to procure
a eun and accotnpUw .bia.panmse with
it, bnt after one or two-attempts he
failed to borrow .one. v " 1 A M '
About IToclocV Carr startedJrQm.
Sewellsville, his -intention balntti .lie
says, to visit Fox's, and see, if bere was
was not yet a chance bf pWurihe Iheii
conee&tito his marriage-' .withi LoxiUl.
VVhire on his way there, he saw the pb.
ject of his insane passion coming down
wevToaarwconrpaTiteby: her little
hrotlier; ' When1 sha'cama up, ha joined
I D.L' .! it 3 f. "
jJKvi iuia ume ms vreaatui numose
hidv become Jtmf fixd-in his bind."
vwrtng tbe abort walk the girt told him
that her grandmother,' whose house she
had just left, had told herthat her' pa
rents had determined that she should
nrve keep his? company5 Nghm. -1 h
aeply of -Can was thai; "he gueBsed
both of .them 'had short .time
to live," adding the query, "Louise,
aSre' you prepared 1" 'to which she
responded,- "I auC arid' Immediately
after her reply he poshed-her down and
drew out the razor,.. which he had Lith I
nrto kept c,oncealf d,n bis pocket,, and
proceeded to cut her throat. The girl
threw up her hands which were Tearful.
If gashed 4n the struggle.7 lIt appears'
that she did not make -an - 'outery, -or
plead for her life, , s, rapidly, was the
deed consummated. Subsequent elim
ination "showed thaf 'the victim's head
was ii nearly severed ' from 'her body,',
though the. spinal column -was 'not, as
some Buppoaed, , divided.
It would be hard , to nnd, in4hat-im
mediate neighborhood, a more public
place than tba spot where tbis deed was
done. Three farm houses are within
plain view of it, none of them being fur
ther on tban a quarter ot a mile. ,
After seeing his purpose accomplished,
Carr walked up the hill in the direction
of JowdlUville, getting out of eight just
as thf father of the murdered girl, who
hajcSL .reeeiyedj the alarm from, the boy,
came np. The guilty man, who had ir
revocably determined onsuicide by shoot
ing himself, had gone in search of a gun,
venturing boldly into Sewellsville, the
news of the crime not haying reached
there at that time, '-After some failures
he procured a lifle at the house of a fam
ly named Frissell. "
After this- be proceeded by a round
about sourse to the . 'coal-bank which
was about two hundred yards from Jdhn
Fox's, the' home of the murdered girl,
and where her body then wag. He pass
ed the night in the coal-bank, occasion.
ally walking some distance out into tbe
field ; but what was most surprising, he
even ventured to the front of the house
and looked in at the window, watching
the neighbors preparing the body of the
murdered girl for burial. We - doubt if
(he annals of orime can afford a scene
more grotesquely horrible than the pic
ture -of .this- wretch, actuated hf r rribr
bicVSmd unnatural " curiosity, "stealing
amid the - darkness and silence of the
night to look, himself unseen,- on the
mangled corpse of his victim !
j When day. broke he repaired to. Fox's
spring-housej and proceeded to make ar
rangements for takjne bis own hie. xle
Cocked the gun, tied a string to the trig
ger, passed it over the end of a rafter,
and then, by pushing .the gun from him,
discharged its contents into bis breast
The ball passed through the outer and
upper portion of the lefyjung. Thinking
that vtherBhot Would " not finisthim, h
. i T 1 .. . . .1 - 1
men proceeuea to sever ui wioapipe ujr
drawing the edge of a shoe knife several
times across his throat,.; .As soon aa thk
was done, he heard the shouts of his pur
suers. the father f the murdered girl
having himself discovered Carr stand
ing near the spring-house. Daniel
Mamma, at whose. housa.Carr. is now
lying, w8tue nearest person to him,
and at Mamma s request he threw tbe
rifle down theiill, and Mamma went np
to huii and. arrested him When he, was
arrested he had the boldness to 'sik to
be taken into the house where the dead
gu-1 lay. This, of course, her parents re
ed.-The- chances are thai Carr" will
; recover from his wounds. j M J t
Luff'em Down Easy.
pious negro, saying grace at
table,, not only used to .ask a blessing
upon his board, but , he- would also peti
tion to have some deficient dish supplied.
i One day if was known that Cato was
out of potatoes, and ' suspecting that he
wuld pray for .some at dinner, a wag
provided nimselr with a small measure
of the? vegetables,) stole under the win
dow, next which stood. he table of ; oar
colored 'Christian.-' Soon Cato drew up
a chair and commenced
"0, massa Lord, will dow in dy prov
ident kindness condesend to bresa ebery
thing before us and be pleased to bestow
us a few taters and all the praise 4, j. ,
. . (Here the' potatoes 'Were dashed upon
the table, breaking plates and upsetting'
the mustard pot.) f fi 1 s -: i v-,
, . VDems 'em, Lord," said Cato, looking
with surprise, "only just luff ?em down
a leetle easier next time." , ,
To ali whom it may aoncem :
. . .Citt Cmbi's OpFics.r
' ' CoLiniBUB. O..Deo 91, 1868. . f
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have bees
Instituted in the City coirneii ot coiumoos.tor mafc.
ing the following improvements. to-wits
r or building a double carriage way single spas
bridge at the crossing of the canal on Friend
Also, for grading and saving the nn oared side.
walks, gutters and crossings on Young street from
uroaa street to rstate street.
Also, tor building a double row nsa stone nave.
ment across 1 air alley upon the south side of Chap
Street from- Fourth street to Fifth street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and niea in tne omee 01 tne v;ity tiers. . .
; All oersoos claiming damages on account of said
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the iourtn aay 01 rebruary, a. u. iwj.
. At. is, W1LSOH.
dec28-dltaw4w. X -.; j, ' - - . - City Clerk.-
To all cXor it may Contiern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
-Columbus, O., Jan. 6, 1869.1
. Wntleef. tiemKv riven thatnnlftiiArllnMbava been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
maaing tne toiiowiBg improvements, to-wit :
Building a double row flag crossing across Good
ale street, at tbe west side ot Park street
Also, lor ouiiaiog a double row flag orossing
aero.. r. aireet at-me souxa Bidv ol ,rooaal
street. '- : . . t i , 1 . T
Also. for paviae: fhet nnpaved sidewalks fn front
of the south half of inlot Mo. 913 lt in
. The same to be done in aooprdaaoe with plats and
CMbimabOB w ue praiwm oy -tue Ulty HIVU l!,ngl
neer. and filed in the office of the CitrCUrk
- All persons claiming damages on account of said
Drooosed improvements, are reonired to 61m tLi
olaims in the office of te Clerk, in writing, on or
mvrf WU9 A 1111 v uj lujawcu.a. i, loon.
iu E. WILSON
janla-dltawtw City Clerk.
Besolntion to Contract.
'.KjanlBai- TbatthaCitT Civil Enaineer be. and
he is hereby authorised anc directed to contract in
tlie name of the oitv of Columbus, with Michae
Ualvin, ar, baiidinf ar-double, row flag crossing
across Cente alley at" the apnxbj side, of Lang
street, upon the Toflowing terms, to-wit:
- For excavating or grading. Twenty-five oenta per
. Pot boulder paving.-Forty-oenta per square
'"For flagging. 14 inches wide. 50 eept.'" Eh
. Adopted Dee. 98, 1868.'
i AUesU L.B. WILSON. City Clerk,
jana-dlt , .
H- Eesolutioii-tfx 'titvntraet.
. Mttotwti, That the City CivU Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of tbe city of Columbus, with Miohael
Galvin. for building a double row flag crossing
aerosg Centre alley at tbe eoath side ot prig
Z?Izn H.a following terms, to-witr-
Fori excavating or grading. Twenty-five oenta per
Tor Moulder paving. Forty cents per square
. . , -
ff- Vl,2Si.t, 1 K. WILSOW,
janMlt City Clerk.
QCAlltV AND rBOPBBTUtS CmnrAIBBB. -i
A BELIUHTFUL!WCTR1H0UB BKVBBAQE.
? A,PlaaBHBTigtaUnTOffIO. t
A Babititot for ALE nd ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
A 8TRBMOTHE9ER FOR TUK DEBILITATED.
" , : Eipeolanj Nurelna Molhere.
. Aaartaia Rbmbdv for JiKrdriof tba
tBSOAT,-'. OBJtST,' LVJfa AKD ' BTOJTAGB.
Hold by DnugUUaid Grooer8.f ; .---
" JOS. S. PEDERSEN.
" tX MwWtfBt.fllow York.'1
Sol Aient for V. S. and Btitiabf roTiuoat f S Jl
Great Bargains ia-Boots and Shoes
S a E PA ft AjH q K I QEE.'S
ySo. A6Boum,ia:b street. Vt5?.m. '
-o - ' t';3 . " -v '
I If ORDKR TO BEDCCEOPR PRFS
nt toek aad mke roum for NEW 8PRING
GOODS, we will lell, wiUiout legard to oW our
Btir atook of f V- ' - r!r
iadiea,. : A ' , -
. niaaea apd, j,s,. .r, , ; r
, Children. Beat and; Sees
At ttriaaa that Hanoi fall to unit BBroblsen. Wi
bbtb aboa&oaaMortaiaDtof ----'
Bvya axnd Yii,ll'e Boot a and BkMi,
-W hkih wa at aaUlug ahaae-ito ' vmhrTrKr:
Geatlemen'a fine Frerfcn. Calf Bax-
- - i tea nioii
made to order. Repalrini of all klndi prompt-
Valuable Residence for Sale.
SITVATrD i ! HROADWIV, f BE.
toeen Hif h and Third atraeta, eontainina
twentj rooDQt.l)tB hoaie.wi hot and cold wa
ter. Also, improTd range and fornace Pouaa
Inn minn Annl hU -
r or prioe and terms, apply at this office.
janT-dlf ' - : ' '
DR. H. O. HELMICK
Gives special attentiofl to all Disease of tba -
Thr6"a t & .In n gs,
AND SI8KABB8 0V J
S'.3V17 .tV Ij "351 , JS -i 5
OFFICE No. 155 North Blg-h Street,
E HEREWITH IB FORM MY FRIENDS AND
acquaintances that 1 bare left tbe Saloon of
MrGeorge Kchmidt oa South High street and
hare rented the Saloon of Mr. Valentine Betti
sheimer. on i rout street, where my old customers
will hereafter always find a good glass of lager
hear. Ae.. 4e.i Ac.-.. - - JOHN fKECH.
janiq-ditawlm ' '
J... V preparatioB,.'iBtrotnoed last winter. Baring.
reeeiTed so many nattering oommenaations irom
those who nsed it, induces tbe proprietors to bring
it uain before tbe nublie. assuring them that it
stands nnriralled as the best protector of the skin
against the inclemency cf (ha winter season. It
aot onlylmparta to the skin a delieate freshness
and beauty, bnt also conduces to its health, parity
and preservation, i or Beanos aDrasiona. voap
neri Hands. Face. Line, or Rouehnesa of the Mkin.
it baa no eaual. while it soothing an&titics and
deligbtful fragranoe render it a necessary append
age to tbe toilet. Prepared only br MARPLE A
KITSON, Dispensing Chemists, 100 South High
street, uoinmoua, unio. noT-aeooaw4m
Atlantic & Great Western Railway
r- Bkcr 17 art's Offick rTo. M BROiirwiT.I
L -Nkw Yobk, 28th Dec., 1868.- t
XTOT1CE IS HEUABt blVKN 1HT
1.1 a Speoial Meeting of the Stockholders of tbe
A'lantio ana ureal western Railway company,
will be held at the General Offioes of the Company.
York, at 13 o'clock, noon, on Saturday, the 3uth day
of Jannary next, to consider an I approve of. or re
ject, certain contracts entered into with tbe Erie
Riilwa. Com nan,, and tbe Columbus. Chicago
and Indiana Central Railway Company, and for
other purposes. The transfer books will remain
closed until after the meeting.
janH-dnawicjan3-itirr-' ' - Secretary.
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ns . : - " I '
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Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
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feuasylvania and Indiana, mw uwuiuaciuw
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PROPOSALS will be received at the Contraot
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31.1869. for convevina the mails of the United
State, from July 1, 1869. to June 30, 1873, in the
State of Ohio, on the routes and by the schedulei
ot departures and arrivals hereinauer specified,
being routes established 2d aassionuf AOth Con
iSeas,Anl others. . , '. . ... . i
n " r . - ...
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utn Vf: ! u. l u r j
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. Arrive at Cincinnati bv 99 a m:
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sjTe' tr w..k:n.t.'n' a ' v. ui.n.in..k
.i.:'. Midwav. fCross Roads 1. O..) and Newnort.
; V '(Walnut Run P. O.J to JLondon, 39 miles
anaoaoa. once a weex.
i ,!' Leave Washington C. il. Friday at I a m;
Arrive at London by 6 p m; : -v
'. 7 Leave London Saturday at 9 a in: - . --1
; i, Arrive at Washington C. H. by 4 p m. ' -
Ot?! from Jtraadway, by Raymonds, York. West
Mansfield. Korth Greenfield and Walnut
t .' Grove, (n. o.,) to Rushsylvania, 94 miles and
r ' baoK, once a weeaY i
' ' ' Leave Broadway Friday at 8 a m; -:
i, . Arrive at Rushsylvania by 4 p m;
Leave Rushsylvania Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Kroadwav hv 4 d m.
!' . ... J'loposals to begin servioeat York, U miles.
I .'. invited, as per following schedulat .
i' ' Leave York Saturday at 8 a vaj
'Arrive at Rushsylvania by 19 m:
Leave Rushsy vania Saturday at 1 p m;
, Axriveat goik by 5 p m.-. . . .
SilV From ' Riohwood, by Pbarisbural, to Marys-
-liie, ie miles ana oacK(oneea week.
Leave Riohwood Saturday at 1 a in:
.-j Arrive at Marysville by 19 m; . :
.Leave Marysville Saturday at 1 p m;,
' i Arrive at Riohwood by p m.
0179 From East Liberty, ly North Greenfield, to
i i , . v esb jnausiieiu, luuoe awi, umb, vuvv
i Leave East Liberty Patordy at 9 em; 1
. - Arrive at West Mansfield by 13 m;
K Leave West lifansfiald Saturday at lpm;
, Arrive at test Liberty by 4 p m. ..
B4T7 "Prom Tinneaano Cltv. bv Ginehamsbarsr aad
, Fidelity, to Union, 10 miles and baok, onoa
. a weex. '-
Leave Tippecanoe City Saturday at 10 a m;
' " Arrive at Union by 1 p m: .-
- s Leave Union Saturday at 1 pm;
; Arrive at Tippecanoe City by S pm.
! Proposals invited for service three times
94T8 From Sbadeville to Genoa, (Beckett's Store
. Jr. O..) 7 miles and baok. once a week,
1 Ja-mvm Kharieville Satnrdav at 10 a m:
Arrive at Genoa (Beckett's Store. P. O.) by
' Leave Genoa (Beckett's Store P. O.) Satur
day at 1 p m:
Arrive at Sbadeville by 3 p m.
MTB From Lancaster by West Rusbville. to Rnsh
- villa. 15 miles and back, six timesa week.
Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 3
' Arrive at Rush vilie b;
e by 8 p m:
Leave Kushvil.e ai
except Sunday, at 7
Arrive at Lancaster by 10 a m.
From 'New Holland,' by Clarksburg 'and
; , ; Greenland, toe biuioouie,xi nu.es ana baok.
twie a week. , - -
. lieaveNew Holland Wednesday and Satar
day at 9 a mi . .
-' Arrive at Chillinntbe bvl2 m: . " - '
: Leave Chillioothe Wednesday and Saturday
at l p m: - ,
- Arrive at New Holland by T p mi '
9481 Prom Johnstown to Croton, 9 miles and back.
' once a week.
' Leave Johnstown Saturday at 7 p m;
- , t Arrive at Croton by 9 pm;
, Leave Croton Satarday at 4 p m; 1
'- Arrive at Johnstown by 6 p m. "
Proposals inv ited for more frequent eervier.
9483. From Dunbarton to Mineral Springs. 8 miles
, . ana back, once a wees.
Leave Dunbarton- Saturday at 10 a m; ''
An ive at Mineral Serines by 120 p m; '
, Leave Mineral Springs Saturday at 1 pm;
Arrive at Dunbarton by 3 30 p m. - :
siaa From Coulev. bv Bates!- Corners fB. d.J and
- . Clark's Mills (n. o.) to New Portage, 8 miles
" ana nack. once a weea.
- Leave Copley Saturday at 930 a m; , - . :
Arrive in New Portaee by 12 m; .
. - Leave New Portage Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Copley by 3dB p m. .. ; .. . ... .
' 9184 From Dennison to' Bates' Corners, (B. oj
miles and back, once a week.
- Leave Dennison Saturday at 8 p m; -Arrive
at Bates' Corners by 4 p m; - .
! Leave Bates' Corners Saturday af5 p m; : '
, Arrive at Dennison by 9 p m; . . .
9485 . From 'Cumberland, by Hiramsbnrg, to Cald
well, 13 miles and back, twice a weex.
. Leave Cumberland Tuesday and Friday at
A rriv at I TnldweTl bv 11 a ms "'
' ,-Leave Caldwell Tuesday and Friday at lpm;
Arrive atcumoeriana oyopm. .. ,
9188-'From Baruesville, by Temperanceville. to
- Miltonsbnrgh, 16 mUes and back, twice
week.- - : ' ;
Leave Bamesville Tuesday and Friday at
Arrive at Miltonsbnrgh by 19 m: . -.
Leave Miltonsbnrgh Tuesday and Friday at
Arnve'at Baraesyilie by 9 pm.
From Greensburgh Crossroads to West Mill
- Hmv.: 19 miles and baok. once a week. '
Leave Greensburgh Cross Roads Monday
8 a m;
Arrive at West Mill Grove by U m;
T .. ... or ... Ui'l l.mr. UAnd.vat 1 amr
Arrive at Greensburgh Cross Roads by 5 p m
kerne' Station, (n. o.. bv Hartxler,
- (n. o.J to West Rushville, 6 miles and back,
, oaee a week. . .
Xeave'Berne Station Saturday at I p m;
Arrive at W est Rushville by t p m; . - '"
Leave West Rushville Saturday at 4 p nu
Arrive at Berne Station, by 6 p m. -
Prorh Dinsmore to New Bremen, 11 miles and
teaveDinsmore Saturday at 830 a m:'
Amm at New Bremen by 19 m:
Leave New Bremen Saturday at 1 n m; -
"Arrive at Dinsmore by 4-30 p m.
Proposals invited for more frequent service.
From . Anna to Minster. 10 miles and back.
Leave Anna Saturday at 9 a m; "
Arrive at Minster by 14 m:
Leave Minster Saturday at lpm;
Arrive at Anna by 4 p m.
From. Anna to Bew 'Bremen, 14 miles and
back, once a week
Leave Anna Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at ew Bremen by 19 m;
Leave N ew Bremen Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at ABna:by 6pm.- ; ; .-T
From Hamensvilie, by- Maple, to- Feesbargh
6 miles and back, once a week.
Leave JUamersville Saturday at 9 p m;
Arrive at Feesburgh by 4 p m; . ,
Leave Feettrargh Saturday at 5 pm:
Arrive at Hamerarille by 1 P m. . . :
From Van Wert, by . Shane's Crossings,
i (JeliD., niiiM ""u wi , .
1 Leave Van Wert Friday at 8 am;
Arrive at Celinaby 4p m; t . .i '
Li ; LeaveCelinalSaturdayatBa m;
I ArrivOatVan ert by4pm.- .-
Proposals invited for more frequent service..
849, From Urbane, by Spring Hills, to DeGraff.
miles ana dbca, vuw
Leave (Jrbana Saturday at 6 a mi - .
' Arrive at OeGraff by li-m: , r
L'ave DeGraff Saturday atlpm; - i
; Arrive at Urbana by Tp mv .,, ; i7;
..u.4nii lit T.afvette. Somerfnrd an
Tradersvil e. to Rosedale. (n. o..) 99 miles
and back, once a weak.- r -Leave
London Saturday at S a m;
Arrive t Rosedale by 19 m;
Leave Rosedale Saturday at 1 P m;
Arrive at London by 8 p m.
From HilWborohgb.'by Bamanthe (n. e.) and
Careytown, tn. lunnas teuua, mi wuh
and back, once a weea. , .
Leave Hillsborough Satnrday at 8 A mi ,
Arrive at Hew Vienna by 12 m: .
Leave New Vienna Saturday ail pm; '
Arrive at oiiisoorvuau vr v "r, jv
From FiaseyBburgh to Bladensbnrgh,
.nit hank, once a week.
' Leave Fraaeysburgh Saturday at a m s
- Arrive at Biadensbursh by 13 m; .
' Leave Bladenaburgh Saturday at 1 p m ;
" ' t Arrive at Fraseysburgh by 7 p m. i ;
aiaa Vrom Long Run to Fallsbnrgb, 8 miles and
1 Leave Lor g Run Satarday at 3 p m ,
back, once a wk&.
Arrive at Fallsburgh by 4 p m ;
Leave Fallsburgh Saturday at 5 p m ;
t Arrive at liong nun uj p u .
m n-nn Vindlav. Fbv Benton Ridge. Blnffton.
atnd Beaver Dam, to Lima. 84 miles and
baok, once a week. .
Leave indlay Friday at 1 a m;
: Arrive at Lima by 6 pm;' -. ,-.! :-i .a
Leave Lima Saturday at 7 a m; . . , ..
. Arrive at Findlay by 6 p m; ' " . '
r- Proposals invited for more frequent semoe
um Tram l.indnnville. bv West Williamsfield
Williamsfield, and State Line, (Roalton
Oljto Jamestewn,(Pau) 12 miles and back,
six times a weea.
: Leave Lindenville daily, exoept Sunday, at
Ayrive at Jamestown by 4 p m; : - v ' :
. Leaves Jamestown daily, except Sunday,
! Arrive at Lindenville by IS m. '
Tw.nna1a ninst be to carry the mail with "celer
ity certainty, and seoori ty." using the terms of the
iaw nd they mnt be guarantied by two responsi
ble persons, certified to as suoh by a postmaster
ludge oi aeourim - :-. -
No pay will be made for trips not performed, and
w MAh AminMORS not sattsraotorilv ex
plained three times the paytof the trip may be de
5 ..j v.. .m.l. so fur behlhd time as
break connactioa' with depending, mails, and not
sunieiently excused, ene-iwurm u. suuipeuas-t-th
trin ia anbiect to forfeiture. Fines will
be imposed unless the delinquency lie eatisfaoto
rilv exnlaiaed. for' neglecting to take the mail Irom
nr Into a Doe t office: for suffensg it te be ininred
destroyed., Tob bed ..or lost: -and for refusing
after demand, to convey tne man as rre
auently as the contractor runs, nr is eoneerned
i minim, vehicles on the route. Tbe Postmaster
General mavannul the contract for disobeying
Postofiice laws. o tbe instructioBS of the Depart
ment. Be may alter the schedule of departures
and arrivals, aad also order aa increase cf eerviee
by allowing therefor a prorata i dot ease on
contract pay- Be may also curtail or discontinue
the service in whele or in part, at a pre rata de-
erease oi fj. "-"y." - "".wu
tia na the amount of service dispensed with.
Bids should be addressed to the "Second Assistant
Postal aster General -'superscribed ProposaIs,State
of OBio.w.ad seBbywtoi. Vry- - '
r..m of nronosala. Ac and - other infonfla-
.-t?o aee advartiseiBeiit of OetoberSl,-1867.- and
'-itur dale, inpaapaietiforBu.at tlia Rnncipei foat
omoes. .; ,0'; J'ALEXl'wJRAVDALU
jasdUaoaj.3li'tt j,;a ir4Wal'
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THE UUGEIT AND
BOOK & JOB PRIXTIXG
IN CENTRAL OHIOa
Nes. 36, 38 & 40 North High St,
The attention ef the Business Publio is called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
' - We have in oonstant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And oar ability to get out work promptly is on
surpassed in the West. " We have lately -.
made additions to our already ' -
LAKGG YABIE1T (Aa?-
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
us a call. 0 or large fonts of type enable ma-,
to do all kinds of
BOOK PRINTING I
jn the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
: :'. .'- - . lathiaUnetothe ' '
ETiEGANT 8PECI MKN8
v. - - -
That we hare executed in the past yea. -
The repntation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
. Emntovhur. as we do: none but the '
Aad having a full assortment of the
t, A.XESX tuici C1OICjEX
STYLES 4 OF TYPE,
IWe will'tuarantee the utmost satisfaoUosk
F. T .1-1 '-' - - ' r - .I-'-; fi."'?
iK ' -i, r V f ALL KINDS OF!l; Si
Railroad, ; '.
: ,- -.. ; Bank and
' - : ' Commercial '.
i 8U0BI ab , j...
Bill Heads, r Cards, -
Circulars, Letter Head?,
Blanks of au kinv i Check? ,
Drafts, tic, ic. ,
' ' t nr fact. ' ' : :
EVERY KIND OF JOB PMMKG
Needed by the business public.
.We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PIPERS OF ALL K1HDS
Than any other Printing Bouse in the oily, suoh as
Super Royal v' iriedlam, :' -"
Deaay .". Crows Cap, .
Caip,1'' ' Kretter and ' '
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as we
. do, dirsctly from the maaafaoturer, we are
I enabled to do our work at correspond-.
'., ' . InglT low rates. We are Sole , :
; P Agents for the . " 4 '
CELEBRATED PAPEES OF
PL, A.TNEB PORTER.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
. ; manufactured by us. We are prepared to
-!.. r..;rt rj,:UlaUoi4tttBfot. ,
, , ! Town 1 sate . . .
!,-.:- Do-v B3Jaa
..-1 . .; . 1 ...I. 1 .-
And ail kinds'of Blank Booas now in use.. These
Books! are all done in tbe best style of paper, rul
ing aad binding, and weohalenge competition in
rti99fAsri A Y.T."
;ti A" in 1 yo .1
At 4 ltomm Illsk Street,
,!! d VK Hlvif .tl 4S
0NA?iVTKn alIMr9)AlTi Jl Alti
5; T ao" la. Tntina will run as follows:
Leave, t;??. ,
.rrives Lnoaster ..-
Araves uncMter IotJS
Arrives Columbas........ lV-?
-NOV 4 EXPRESS."'"
. T:15 a m
.10:15 a m
Aeav.s Aianoaster u..
Arrivwcoiu.b... j...r:::::.".:;::::::::; I S
i rrSB,pt nBetion is made at Lancaster for Cir
iin.1 R.S:i!iU po,DU 011 tne i"oinnati A Zenes-
Tfi,f'ei'bi'UJT'rlBd received atColambns
Company's Manaiactory and south of Harrisburg
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
Three Tralae Leave Colsmsbaa (fjalogt
JDopot)t Alaily (Mnndaya AixcoBtoclo .
;WJai.' M.jiwKt EXPRESS, "arriring at
Zanesville at 8:li A. M- Bellaire at 10S0 A. M ,
Baltimore at M A. M W aahingtoB City at 80
: 1 ISIO A. M.U(iHTNING EXPRESSArriving
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. M: Bellaire at 5:10 P. M ;
Baltimore at 11U0 A. M.; Washington City at 1935
. -- .-,--
2: 15 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:55 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.: Baltimore
in:r. a.; na80jngtont;ity ataaof.ja.
. Close eonnectiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia aad New York,
f Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of , V 1
Fisiting Washingtoii City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
CARS . ON
Aalc for TICKETS Tlrt BELIUAIBE
' JNO L.'WILSON. Master of Transportatioa.
- L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. flenl Passenger Agt.
- The attention of the Trade is called to the superi
or SWOB 01
PAPERS OF ALL
- Just received ndf sals by
NBVINS & MYERS
. -.-v.. :a u;1A ' a.:-!
sU36 38 At. 40 JIOHTB
.: . .-.'j )...
Y: -: COLUMBUS'
Our stock comprises a full liae of :
;. .' r. ;' . .1 i r 1 v ?7 -
" - Colored and
Ws have a full stock of
Of aU sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates. , ,
OUB STOCK or
Is unsurpassed in the eity. inoladinc
R. R. CHECK, ; .
COLORED of all kinds
. .. -.i tl l 1-. I )! i-i 1- 1 ..-
GI VE -' US-'- A.
- ':, - ti
NEVHS Ac MVEBaV,
heeves' : Ambrosia
Til E ,
: . ' - Improved I
in -r.-.o -;
'I n :
It Is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
' It causes the Hair toCnrl beautifully, , ,
. i 1 -,...
! It keeps tha goalp Clean and Healthy. ' ' .' )
It invigorates she Roots ef the HaiW -' -
It forces the Hair and Beard tojrrow luxuriantly,
' It Immediately stops Hair Failing ObWi v s i- :i. ! .'
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.1
It res lores drey Hair to luOrigiBai Color.' u ' 3
,t brings out Hair on heads that have been.iald for
orm .1',. ",.;.,' ' S-n " v OH' -m
is eompoaed enttrely ef simple and rarely eeget.
-1'4 j '.jir2 Meswbstsmees. - "Ultf
It has received over six thossand voluntarj iesii-mor-ialsof,
Its exceUenoa. nany; j. which are fresg
pbysiotaasia high stdini n ,-1 0
It b sols La aalf-oeaas aotfta (the name'Weirn
tn the glass);' bV Dfut gists ahd Deaers in Van'cy
; Goods erery where, at 0 ne Dollar per Bottle Whale-
- Bale by flemaa Barpos ACo.J Fa Cr Wells' a. Can
SooUffeUo A Co i Heir Tarsi " fair9MaeMr-ri
" . ,'J:UlUli3 lif.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
7 - 'I -J
Shortest Beat West and Forthwest-Jfe
Change of Cars from Columbus to Cbioa-'
go, Keokuk add Indianapollsl"' -
.' X-i- -' . 1 .-. - i ."sft
F0UB TKAI5SDAILY leave Union DepeCoa) '
and after January Hth. 1869. as follows :
Rfift Ai'2L-a0LED0! AI,D Detroit ri- ,
O.UV PKKS3 -(Mundays exoeptedl. . Asrivea
Milford 9:15 a m; Sprinsfield, Ohio, IT 30 a ml
Urbana 105 a m. BeliefonUine liCtpn, Sanduskw '
p si. Piqua 11S0 a mIoiedo 9-80 pm. Detroit
10:40 pm. ,
This train is ru expressly rbt Springfleli.'Lima. '
Toledo and D.troit busines., arriving, at aaok place. -
3 to 4 hears ahead of ail other routes'
'1 . PJ Mi MAIL AND fEORIA- KJ PKES8
. (Sundays excepted);- Arrives at Bradiord
JnnCtionjt-tO p m. Logansport -10.-49 p mi Cbicago
a m, Peoria :53 a m. (ialesburg 9:00 a m. Bur
lington, Iowa, 115 a m. Keokuk Urfop m. Qamey1
p to indianapolisfijp m, Louisville 9:30 a a f.
Haute 11:57 n m. H( I.,;. o.it . i .rTZ
190 mid, Springfield, Ills , 7:i am.' -
"f"wiir vnie train reaon nt.,lKmis US net
morning hears stUeaa and make direct eon
nections Tor all points-weet of 8t. Louieand JK.ee ' '
one train m advance of all other routes , '
61 0 pbpHA9 ANl ST. LOUIS EX
"4.V PR.ESS(Sunays xeentedi. i:n.
Urbana. Tor Bellefoataine and SaiHnsky; At
Piona for Lima, l olerin n..: . "i
Bradford Junction 90 p m. Iranspor?i,'.?
Chicago 8:10 am. Indianapolis d5 a m, Terra Baato
a m. bt. Louui 4;00 p m,. Lefavette 7:45 a nV.'
hprmcfield. Ills..5.-10p m, Quinoy ll.-OOp m. KtoZ
kuk 12:30 a m. Louisville SKKiam. s, .. i
This i decidedly the best train from ,Co-,
lumbus to Cmcsgo, Lou
makes QUl,KfcK TIM!
mi. i " at-u ci 6, AjOUIS. as IS
& and srriTM at jlxulrill r
and St. Louis 9 hours ahead and mnhea ail
points South, West and Northwest one train -is 7
advance of any other route. - - r
HEW AND ELEGANT SLEEPING CAES J ;
Ran in this train from Columbus; to tbishsgo saxI .
r - Tr .' i - St Louis. , . '
A. M. NIGHT' EXPRESS Dally Vh Jt
Logansport. Arrives at Bradferd Junotion 4:18 a
m.-Logansport 9:40 a m.'Chicago9M p m. Peoria
6:08 p m. Keokuk 104 am, QnineyA a u lbdin
apolis 8:56 a m. Terra Haute K:15 n m, lf a jeUe '
3:15 pm, Louisvi le SM p nr. 8t, Louis 10:16 m. "
Passengers by tbis train arrive the same das at
St. Louis 3H hours and Chicago 5 hows ahead of
any other route. - - .. . 1 ,-i.vfcfX
STATE ROOM SK.EEPI.43 CAHS
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to IadianapoliSa
M Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indianapolis.-
. ' 'l"VV T.-r,f--y, ., .J
AS" Tickets for sale at Union and FTqu Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal St Bread Tusiaa -o
Omoesa- ., .,
. . '"P. CHANDLERM GeinYicket Agenf;'1
v - '.:J.M.LUNT. General BuperMitendret. -r
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad.
1 Fivt) TretXxtfm, 33tXXy. ' J
FromCoIumbus;inconheciirm wi A Trains ea th '
EAttle Sflami TlaamlaaV sfc Xumlai- '
.n "1. alallroadai; n f
(.- i . . . -- ... -' : -' - " " .'-
' HIGHT EXPRESS-LeaVes Columbni i at It'
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtau, Uitead.: '
Galion, Crestline, 8hby, ifthilnh, New London
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve-. '
land al85 A. M.. New York 70-A. U7 This traiav
eaves Buneay momma aot . atonaay.,, . .-r
. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Colnmbns- 3
at 50 A. M. WW stop at all wayatatioaaj Ikss;
train starts from tbe freight X ard. . . ., .
NEW YORK EXPRKS& Leaves' Columba at '
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrrree at Cleveland -
at 3e r. M..ew York next oaratsdo r. a.
MAIL AJN U tr-ifKBUSi- leaves ColnrnhBs atltv "
. M. Will stop at WultlihisU.ii. Lewis Center.
Delaware, and alt Statiooa to bhelhi and fihilosa.. ' -
New London, Wellincton, Uraftoaane Berea. - Ar-
riveatCievelandataO P. Mu.New Vavk i: P,Mamj
1-assengers lor rortw ayne ana unieego. ny tax- -ins
this train, will get sleeping 'easatOreetHaeat?!
6:00 P.M.. arrive ia Fort Wayne at U0 P. M,.,,.
Ch cagoat 8K)0 A. M.. being in advance of allots-"
er rout-s, have ample time for breakfast, and aakahed
tne earnest train lor me w est .
B r BIN GFlsi LD- ACCO M MO DAT lOTt - v f A; IrK u" o J -AWAKE
Leaves Columbus at 9-J9 P. M. . Will
stop at all stations between Columbus aria Pprmg- I
field, arriving at Dehtwaie St JM-Pr Mr.-rjprinirfold .
0 P. aU. This train leaves Springfield, at ToA-rj .
Ai, arrives at Delaware at nx A. jl.; xioiumous -10:40
A. At u?-j ;ui s.al al'jj 1o wai tain
Patrmt'SlMvIatsrCari arr s-tts
rlhr 'A rains te vmitf,
. u net
-OS'- ii. -4ersaTjrsa;aJBlCliJ flfOlM-lO-ia .
8:-jd k.ci r ,: ntif,-tlnl Vn tins
W- ttar.ra ebeeked Ibronifc iffiwTov T'att
Boston, via Cleveland r alae'Su l'hiladeiphia an
N.wi-ork.Tu.0 f Xi 8hda,T -
Cincinnati Exptesa arrives at Celombus alt: . . '
P.M. - - -. iJ.. - jS .gl.lBJ
Mail Train arrives at tlanHdiat-.B:' IV l..i ' Moirli
fcipringneld Accommodation arrives avOolumbuS
at 10:40 A. M. 1 , . ; 'v. (il .ii .iiuli .tl --S1vtj
fare sts Imi as by earns; OtherBonkiaw,ufn
Ask for Ticket via. Crestline or ClejeUn4.v
is. o. riii a t.
Superintendent. pievetand.'OnleV' ""a
.mho rai raavev.'n ,i,,n
AgenColumb s,ObJo.1 u sa
Columbus, Nov tS.'lSSS.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN.
'iH 1 1'' 1' ii 1 'i 1 1 iii
' rr.'r n.' "rtr n. HcvJi A. 1 .
Ob an after MpNDAx,pjra3dl86-SjFOU B
, TRAINS DAILY will leave, Columbus T
aVithon change of ears to DATfTOK. BBdOtICa.,Jij
jnu, and only ens enange or cars to Ut
v DIA APOLia and 4JiilCAblO, i . a J . f
. Connaotiont are reliable as.falipw .-o,f
- j.-. -FIRSIVIRAiI (Dattsxt ?i i'":'t'P
Leaves at 8"A, M for Cinoinoarti.ClrslwvfllA-i' V
Lanca.ter, Hillsboro and.Cbillioothe: stops at Loa -.
don,. Xenia, Morrow, rand LevetanoX arriving a ""
Cincinnati at 70 anu teo lt,r. .j v cJ
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' (Daily exoept Sundays.) ' '.
Leaves at 8 WO AM:'fbr-Wncinnart, Tyaytoa''11
Kiebmond. Indianapolis aad ;biraao. and steps sd-i ?vr
w esc jenerFOB.ijonaon. oourn tnarieston, Oelma. - 1
Cedarvillejenia, HrgVaUey.iwwin.WrjrrewT -t:t
South Lebanon. Fosters. lxveuvarl,.alilford,ar-. v;i-
piinr at rMnetnnatl at lfl-S A M innun.
wiUi. the Mail Boats - i ii.3iini. 3i 1 o,--.
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Leaves at 1 US P-M for Cincinnati, Daytoa aad. 1
hpnrigneid. via Aenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:30P.M. , j,,! .TiJ.a'Al vlt 'Siil'"'! ,:J
t,' '"'i ,j-rif?QURTH TRAIB Ho ri Ua Wfl!
(PBily exoept 8nBdays,VrT u'flHmi ai
Iieaves at 6 P. H. for Cincinnati. Daytoa and . i
Hprmgneld via ljonden stopping St Alton." West ' r
Jefferson, London South' Charleston. ifialmSt i;f
Cenarrllle. Xcnia. Morrow and Lovelaad. and ar- k
rivingat Cincinnati at 100 P. U. J -n fui i'V3 ta
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HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent.
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teubenville..94A.M.;r;8H6P.M l;630P,Jl, ea!j
Piuabnrgh .99 M. i -.. J0 A. M.-J 1 754 P. M.VC-I
HarrUbsrg....lO:30 P. H. 1S P, M. f. 5:30 A.M. -
Philadelphia;. 810 A. M. V4:I9 ft M; ' 9i9 Ai Mi l'1
New York.... 8:16 A.M. Jf.M, j 19:99 FJj 4,1 b
Baltimore l$0 A. M. 8:30 PM. S M A. M"
WashiBgton... 5:1 A. M.-10:WPTM.Tsa6 P. M.
Boston.. .mJe.-U.7 A. u.-t iwo PM.a T
Aiecanisiaie room sieaping cars on ail nigot trains.
On the Past Line tke eeliteA"Mrvei'Klee 'IT T
day aad night cats are rnntbtnnah frem UolamJSBA If.v.i
A9-1 paaseogers by .tbe0A. M Haaday traiaiX c
rive in new York at 5 o'o ock Honda, mnmi..
sa ad van taae never before 08 ered. TTflitir
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forwarded to parties enable to attend, en receipt of
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