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Never before in the history of the Government, were the exposition and the ; enforcement of these ideas so necessary as '-' now. '. Alone through their adoption and -I faithful practice by the Administration, can the Union be restored, and peace and wide spread happiness be brought again to our "nntry, now torn and mangled and deso lated by a gigantic Civil War. - A partial change In the Editorship and Proprietorship of The Statesman has taken ' place, Lewis Bakes has sold bis entire in terest In the Establishment, and retired from the position that was assigned him on the Paper E. B. Eshelman having bought that interest and an additional interest. Mr. JEshelman has been for nearly . t e years : the Editor of The Chilllcothe Advertise a paper regarded as one of the leading Dem ocratic Journals of Ohio. He has now assumed the duties and responsibilities of his new position as the co-editor ol The Statesman, thus uniting his experl- i." ence and ability with those of Amos Lay man, in the important work of continuing "i to make the several editions of the Paper ' deserving the cordial and liberal support ol .', he Democracy, everywhere. , . . The Ohio Statesman Company now call upon the friends of the Union and the Con titutlonj in every County, Township, and School District, throughout the entire State, to actively aid them in the circulation of this old and time-honored Central Organ of the Ohio Democracy. They ask that all of " " Its editions be liberally subscribed for and ! paid for, during the ensuing year. j . ' ' An accurate dally abstract of the pro ceedings of the Ohio Legislature, when in sesMon; he latest Telegraphic Dispatches, Including the proceedings of Congress, T 1 ,r; when u- session, and the Markets from all . - ;;. the Commercial Cities will be given in . each issue.' . ' : . The Weekly' Statesman is a large, thir- m j - : ty-two column journal, printed on good paper and clear type, large enough for old cr.': T eyes. : Each number contains a complete return of all the Military and Political news of the week; the latest Telegraphic and -.d i Market Reports; a carefully prepared eol " ""' lection of literary reading for the home l.'l and family; and an abundance of Fara- graphs upon every topic of Interest or lm- porUnce. , . " j 1 ' While the war continues, and the curren- tM ' cy Is of such sort as It is, we can hope for little or no-profit. Our terms for Thx r Wkkklt have been somewhat .increased, r ... but not in proportion to the Increased cost u of white paper, labor, and every thing else used In making a Newspaper. The Paper .) , cannot be published with any lower scale of prices. As It. b, there is really nothing v'r) - equally yaluable, so cheap as a Newspaper States kak. i -t TH DATLT BTATESMAIT. ' c;o; One eopr.oisyear.,...,......w.. ........ fsoaso ..9 00 ..4 60 . '. S .10 CU " . -' three months '1 .'":". , ' y ; . Delivered by carrier, per week.'. ., i'i'i TBM T1U-WKKKLT STATKflMAK. One oopy, one year......... ..' ..A4 50 . i Cli'fl a itHB WKEKLT STATK8MAK. ' ( -J'-'. Oosopy,oe yea..,. ..f3 so 4vi, r i ",--," ,' iU moBtha...'.....,v.ji'....i.......'', I (HI.), .n h arnia. '. j.j 8 IS Us to tnirtr. each eopy.... s ev thirty ani upwards, each eopy....... 1 li T '.An extra copy furnished to the gouer-up .1 ot a Club of twenty or more. , ; . , . . -s ! t or P1 ' Te TBi-WmtKLT, and will be sent to the getter-op of the Club1. gfiJ$abvltetiSh ariies will be Written upon Club papers.a9.well as upon other some ton i thing -that. la done la, very few other wl'f !' j- '( OfflCeeV.-t. 1- ! 1. , ! ... , I iiijo Tiio cash must accompany all order, Orders aud letters should bo addressed to TILS OHIO STATESMAN, - - - COLVUBVt, OiUO. u at P. r. K. . at. 0. U h: , RAILROAD TIME TABLE. . flhwnl the arriTal and departure of trains at Co limboK, Ohio. On and alter Oot. aut, VM, (rains will rua as loiiowsi filUlmiamlcVCliiinla4cXeniaH.U. Mnil anf AncommodatloB.....OP.M. 1:35P.M. Nieht Express.., s, 4& A.M. s(0 A. M, iniiirnhns AnAnnimedattdn....:(IO A. M. 40 P. M Ciuciuuau iixproM...... 2S P. M. 10:15 A. M. ,..!! . T, LOUGH, Agent. Clereltn4, Colombaa V Cln'll It. R. Niht Kxpreii...... 8:40A.M. 440A.M New York Kxprese 10:3ft A. M. 9:00 P. M. Hail and Express -to 1'. M. e.loP.tl. " JAMES PATTERSON , Agent. ' "'' ' ' Central Ohio Hailraad. t Ho.8 ExpreM........ 4:J0A.M. 1:4BP.M. N. 4 Express, to Newark 103 A. M. S.'JO P. M. Nn.SKxcreM. ..... ..... .... S:46 P. M. S:2oA. M. Zanesville Accommodation.. . 6:15 P. M. 10:00 A. M. . ... W. J. FELL, Agent. . Plttaburr, Columbus cV Cln'tl K. H. Mail Train 4:00 A.M. 1:45 P. M. Express Train .....1036 A.M. 1:45 A. M. Accommodation :00 P. U. . JOHN B. PETERS. A gent. Cslumsns and Indianapolis Central . . t .,. Hallway. Tight Express. 3:45 A. M. 410 A, M. ay Expre.se ISO P. M. ' 1C40 P. M. 'iqaa Aooommodation 6hjo P. M. Win A.' M. Toledo Express 6:40 P. M. 7.-05 A. M. O. A. HILL, Agent. COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. Closing and Arrival of Mails. ARRIVES. CLOSES. A. M. t. st. A. M. r. M. i 4.40 1.15 8.30 7.30 ...... S.15 13.30 ...... 9.10 7.80 j ...... 3.00 7.30 i 8.40 13.80) (10.30 7.30 j 1.40 13.30 ...... 1.00 7.30 ' ...... 1.00 13.30 3 00 7.30 0.30 7.80 8.00 7.30 10.30... list.! 10.3o' 11 M. 10.301 11 K. '.'!; i ...... 6.00 7.30 11 Y 13 V. Eastern Through Mails V. (J. Eaatorn Way Mails, C t!. A C K. R North-West, ria Ft. W.AC., C. 0.4 0. U. tt....'...: Chicago, via C.P.AI.J CO. A C. K.K..... Little Miami K. R., Through Little Miami R, B.,1 Way Zanesvill e A W heeling. 0. 0. B. K. War C. P. A L. Through and War Circleville, Chillioothe and rortemoutn.... Lancaster. Ohio. ... Eat War, National Road Mt. Vernon Way, Wes terT;lle. Ao North Columuus and Clintonvil It .... Washington 0. H., vial Harnsburg, tri-w ly. Arrives Mondays, Wednesd'ys and Fri days. Loaves Tues days, Thursdays and naturuavs Centre Village, tri . weekly, Tuesdays, luuradays and bat' nrdays Oppicr Houbs. Office opens at A. M., and closes at 1H P. U. Sundays, opens at 8 A. M. and Closes aim it. m. JOHN GRAHAM, P. M. 1865. EAST. 1865. THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad VIA STECBENVILLE. ' . I Offors the shortest, quickest, and most reliable route to Pittsburg, Harrlsburgt Baltlmore Washing-ton CUrt Philadelphia, How York and Boston. Trains leave Clumbns daily, (Sundays exeepted) as tiniows: N1IMI1' ETVBI'eUl....u Tnlnrnkn. i AI 1 U i M a. a. sua, oijiju uvo d wsu ui aua i.w n. ki , Steubenville. 12:25 P.M.: arrives at Pittsburgh 3 50 P. M.; leaves Pittsburt 4:36 P. M.; Harrishurg, 3 JO A. M.: rnuadeipnia, tsw A. M.j new Xork, vu Philadelphia. 13:00M.; Baltimore, 7.-00 A. M. Wash inirton Citv. 9:50 A. M. NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus 10:35 A. M.: arrives atStoubenvilIe 6S V. M.; Pittsburg, :oor. AI.: uarrnourg, b-M A. Jn.; rniladelpbia, 1U:UUA. Al.; At lork, via Allentown, l:ti f. M, via Philadelphia, 3:4S P. M.; Baltimore, 110 A. M W ashington city, o tr. u. SLEEPING CARS OK ALL NIGHT TRAINS. BjUNraffe ohockfld throuirh. ' Ask for tickets VIA STEUBENVILLE. TCa C. II. ALLEIT, S. r. HfJULL, Gen'ISupt, Oen'l Ticket Agt. febll , SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia PiTf r?-! 11 'ii''.1' S""!i-"!'-! RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton, RIchmon IndlanapoIJfl and, Chicago. : Without Chana;e of Cars to Dayton and - i iticniuona, anaonir one sjkaniro of f;ars to . 1oul, Indian , apolis and Chicago. ' On and after Konday, Kay 23, 1864, Trains will , , - aim u iauows: . FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM COLURIBUS. ' (Sundays excepted.) . ' i ' TIRST TRAIN. ; ' CINCINNATI, DAYTON. RICHMOND I AND INDIANAPOLIS NIGHT EXPKESS-Leaves at 13S A.M., stopping at London, Aenia, Dayton, Mor row and Loveland. arriving at Cincinnati at 0:35. A. M.: Hichmond, :3S A. M.i Indianapolis, 8:10 A. M.; vnicago, oao r. m. - , . SECOND TRAIN. rrvnivviei Diruunvn ivnTivi nr r to viuviKi.aii. i.ivudivnu, uiuuiiiaivjjia AND CHICAGO TRAIN Leave at IM A. M.. topping; at an stations on tne jli. ju. at u. A. K. K., connecting with the train on the Marietta A Cinoin natt K. H. for Hillsboro, Chillioothe and Marietta, arriTing at Cincinnati at lldS A. M.: at Dayton. 3 A. 41.; stopping at all stations on the Dayton 4 West ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at 10:40 A. H.: Indianapolis, 3:06 P. M.i Chicago, 86 P.M., ffX. B This train is the Quickest from Columbus to Chicago; time occupied being 14 hours and 3 minutes, which is quicker wan py any otner itauroaa route. ' .r . THIKU THAliN. INDIANAPOLIS DAY EXPRESS Leaven at llxM A. M., stopping at Jefferson. London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow, South Lebanon, r ostor's. Loveland. Camn Dennisnn. ; I r I L" : a : ... . . ' 0.1IIUIU uu xiimiJi. uuuno: urmini b viliuiunatl 4:46 P. M.; Dayton at 3:00 P. M.; Richmond at 630 M.; IndianapolU at SiO P.M., and Chicago, 8JM ' ' ""FOURTH TRAIN. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves at MS M., stopping st all stations on the L. M . C. A X. R., except Claysville, Branoh Hill, Miamisvills .and PlainviU. arriving at Cincinnati at 4:00 A. M. fjlerplnfr Can on NIht Train for Cincinnati and India napoLLs. N. B. For further Information apply at thai Co lumbus Union Depot Ticket Office of ' ' UKIKMY 1IUOOK8, J Ticket Agent..; T. IXUGI1, Agent., P..W. OTRADEB, ; t j &FSft8$&t3S&, CtaofaumtL ' i Superintendent,) , , . n. . !T ' Colnmbus, Mar Js. 1864. , i , i OALLIBXB, ' '': 'f. A. MATTBtWS. Late of Mason Co., By. Of Haysville, Ky. i I '. 0. HBLiOW, . .,, . .-, Late of Mt, Sterling, Ky. , . y j ' Merchants' Hotel, " (yoamatT DunnsoK hocsiJ ' ' " GALLEQEtt, NELSON &' CO,,' Proprietors, .-r Fliln Street, near Main, . , . , OlXLOiXlLXMtl, ; OlliO. sTThis House having been thoroughly repairs renovated and newly furnished, hi now open. . may!M'A4-tf ' . J FAIHB AN K'S ; "S i OF ALL KINDS. 'Also, Warehoaso Tracks, ... r ...... m. FAIEBANKS, GREE2JLEAF A CO,.' S3 Monroe Street, TOLEDO. , ; Bold In Columbus by :.i ' ff i MuiAtovvuxK, uuins St CO. - Br Li careful to buy only the genuine."E: loaeU.'M-dly kVi..? .... Fifth-Sixth General Assembly of Ohio. Fifth-Sixth General Assembly of Ohio. ECOND SESSION. SENATE. DtS. 1st- " COCNTH8. TIS. ' Ti -1 ' BKItATORS. Ken). Kuleition. Hamilton. . nos. it. netstone.' nihil. II. H.tA.. OA ...1 T)...!- ' ' IT ' 11 .. L . i 3d Mon'g imeryand Preble. Lewis U. Ounckal. 4in Drown and v:ormont...Jamos Louden. 6th Ore ne, Clinton, ete.... John F. Patton. 6th Hum sud Highland Job E, Steveosoa. 7th- Adams. tScii.Ui. elo J.lin T. Wilmin. 8th Lawronoe, Oallia. eto. .Henry S. Neal.' '"' Vth -rairfield, Athens, ete... John M. Connell. lo loth rrauslinand 1'iokaway.bso.. tbocerse. , Uth Champaign, Clarke, eto. Anson P. Howard. , lUih Darke, Miami, eto fonathan Oranor. . 13th Logan, Marion, eto Wra.H. West.' " ' Uth VYahington.Mor.etoWm. V. Curtis. - 1Mb Munkingumand Perry.. T nos. J. Maginnii. . ltn bickingand Delaware.. Jas. it. Ktanbery. 17438 Knox. Wayne, ete.....j"scph C. Oevin. ' lHtD Coshocton A TuraarewasWilliam Stanton. ItHh Monrie and Ouerns.y. ..lohnl). O'Connor,. 3Utn llarrisoa and ilrlmoat...Jobo O, Jammon. Sl.t Sl.rl. ..J C.m,li ll.n. tl 12d Jefferson AColumbiana.Nonnan K.M'Kenile. lid Mahoning 4 lruinbull...hben Newton. . Uih Ashtabula. Lake. ete....Wm. C. Howells. S5th Cuyahoga Samuel Williamson. 30th Portags and Summit.... Alnhnuao Hart. 37th Medina and Lorain S. HuinpUreville.' zum mcniana ana Asmana...lsaa uas. 80th Huron, Erie, eui Fred Wiciham. 31st Senaca. Crawford, eto William Lano sad-Williams, Auglaise, eto..ir(A H. WiUett. 33d Luoas, Haooook, eto......Jam s. C.Hall. Republicans v 30 Democrats 4 Republicans in Roman ; Demoorats in Italit. Those marked thus were members of the last Legislature.. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 0OCNT1E8. , , , Adams.,..........! Allen A'hland Ashtabula Athens Auglaiie Relmont Brown Butler,.... Carroll Champaign Clarke...- Clermont. Clinton Columbiana Coshocton . Crawford BKPRK8KNTATITS8. .William W. West. . John Monroe. Geo. W. Carer. Abner Kellusg. W. P. Jnhnsnn, ....... Chart Boetel. ....Coulson Davenport. Andrew fevans. Archibald Mdvo. William Deford. LeanderH. Long. .Richard D. Harrison.. Amos Dawson. Stephen Evans. ...a. Mamufli . l;lnrK. .1 French W Thorn M l. .Thomas Betr. (Charles 11. ilaboook.. Cuyahoga Darke Delaware Erie Fairfield Fayette.... Franklin Fulton Oallia.., Ooauga , Greene Guernsey Atanah r.verctt. ' (Charles U. Lnckwood. Louie B. Lott.t ...O. 1). Houch. .........William D. Lindner. , SiUnnB. OUl. James Pursell.i lAdin a. Jlibbt. I John O. Edward. Oc; avion Waters. Joseph Bradbury.. ....llenjamin li. Woodbury.. Camoralia H. Hoahr. Joseph Ferrell.. wm. lanton. Wm. Penn Nixon. Henry Hrachman. Amai McUill. ' James Huston. J. M. Cochran. i S. L. Haydan, John K. Ureen. Josiah Kirbv. Hamilton... Hanoock Hardin Harrison Highland Hocking , Holmes Parlev Carlin. ..John H. Son. Smith R. Watson .i Niiah H. Hixson. nm.a. Dretbnch. Daniel S. Ehl? Huron ". JonnO. Ihompson James Trippe.. Jackson Jefferson.. Knox. Lake.. Mnun lvou Columbus Delano. ....8. S. Osborn. Lawrence Lickinir Samuel C Johnson, Jr. ..John U. Putnam. C. W.B. Allison. , Sidney S. Warner. Logan.... Lorain. Lucas Lorenzo L. Morehouse. Madisoa i Mahoning..... .Ephraira Bidwell. Keubcn Carroll. .Everett Messenger. James A. Root. jiianon Medina Meigs Mercer and Van Wert... Miami Monroe Montgomery Morgan Morrow, Muskingum Noble Ottawa and Wood Perry Pickaway Pike .., Portage.... ., Prebl Putnam and nenry Richland Ross Sandusky Scioto... Seneca Shelby Stark Summitt Trumbull : Tuscarawas Union...... , Vinton.... Warron ti. Tiffany. J. A. EntiU. ....Jonathan Randall. JA A'vr. reter Uiinn.' "" UoKeph H. Dryden. Fred. W. Wood. J. Gunaulus. James Gillngly. (Elijah Little. I ........Oliver K.cyser.2 , John Ryder1 , Wm. H. Free James Reber. Jamee Jtmet. ,...S. E. M. Knceland. .........Robert Miller. ,., . J. Boehmer ... a. a. Bloom, .1.. Peter Adams. ......Oliver Mc In tyre. Elijah Glover. ...Ea'nMue R. Titue. ..... William fielding. poiomon i.ina. (Humnhrov Hoover. John Johnston. ....Austin D. Kibbee. Andrew Forbes. ..James W. Robinson. E. A.BratUm, .. James Scott. ...Mark Green. Washington jy.tf.119 illiams) Defiance Paulilinc) John Brinkerhofi. .JohnW. Ayers. Wyandot S. H. White. . Rsnublicana. ...77 : Demoorats ........ 20 RjtnnhliMn. In Mnwnmn. . t- Sn Tt ,11 1' . .......u . u traiHWi 'V.WUVIM. Ill ...iv, ! nose marKcrt were members of the last House, On joint ballot. Republicans.. M 1 1 ... . 4. .107 WUIUCIW... .i...'U - Dr. R. A. Wilsons Pills ; WILL CURE , LOOK ON THIS. PICTURE, And if suffering frorri Headache, go r ' at once and buy a box. ' u ins tjibections are properly foi;i. I LOWED, TIIEY wnx PERFORM A -) i SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CURE. ,,. Osie PlH last pose. ' ;. ',, ..'', ' mriiiisr . .--ui B..I. PAHlTEaTOaK & 0,0. i i.V.'SOLt PROfCTORS, ': . j 11 "WHOLESALE' DBtrOOISTSJ And HanafMtiirer. of White tcaA, Bed lead, ' ' ' u ...... i . ! I 70 & 78 Wood St.; PittsVurghj P. -f ; foh'baiie by ,, j. Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers ruA.uiulia.a JunelO.tt-dly. F, A. SELLS 5: CO 1 ' I '. I ....I 1 t'J : I 11,1. Ill i ii'j ji WHOLESALE GROCERS '!.! ;; iAM-..:.;.. j A y,. A ; ii Commlsalon Mc""clirint. ' TiFit trnei rv I ' " i I ' .9 it : Floirr, Salt,'1 TiiX Water LIme'and Plaster, nnthaaat Carnar Town and Kanrth Itxnete. ' ' COLUMBUS, OHIO. ' .oi ,-f.i;.i i New ArmV ! W atchea; AERAfCDAIiE A CO.. Importera, 167 liroadway, Mew York, want Asents in everr eountv and every regiment, tor tne saw or toeir new stjles of vvatcnea. unusua v liDerai tarma ara onereri tn Ageota. oena loroirouu. inayal : ' , It It 1 1864. EAST. 1865. CENTRAL OHIO nilgl.W.in,liJIBJt,.gM"IM CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. CONNECTING VIA BELLAIRe' AND PITTSBURG with ing . , Pennsylvania Central and via rairo ana wnoeiinsr wun iai nan timore 6c Ohio ItuilroiiH (or , : -. : 1 -. Waihlagien CUr Ilaltia .. in ore, Philadelphia). Hew Vork, Jlos- ' ! -' . (on, ,-. . ... .iy ) i .. AND ALL EASTERN CITIES, miiisnniTTF. orrKHS TIIEADVAN X tage of a through ticket and baggage check to Washington City, am' also gives the passenger tb nrlvil.irM nf vi.it.inv lt.ltiiniira. Philatlelohia ani New York, at the oiwt of a New York ticket alono; nr the orivlire irf iit.in all of the principal sea' board cities at the oust of a Uoston ticket alone, via Other routes. ' , . Through tiokets to New Yorfc osn be prooured Tia Washington Utty.at an auaitionai expense oi Trains leave Colurbus as follows: 4:20 A. M. EXPRESS, from Union Depot, Itnll.im and Fennrvlvania (Central Railroad. via ar- riveeat Kellaire at 1040 A. M.l Pittsburgh at 8:4S . P.M. Harrisburff at 3:46 A. M.l Baltimore at7:00 , A. M.: PniladelpliiaatOM A. M.; New York, via Vhilndelnhi. t. n oo M New York, via Allen, town, at 920 A. M. ' This train arrive in New .' X ark three hours in advance of any otner route, Via Bollaire and Baltimore A Ohio Railroad, arrives at liellaire at 10:48 A. M.; Orarton at 43 r. n. Wwhington City at 9:50 A. M. Tins train arrit es 1 in Baltimore and Washington City several hours in advance of any other route, 8: 15 P. M. EXPRESS, from Union Depot,. via . liellaire and Baltimore UI110 itaiirono, arrives at Bollaire at 9:40 P. M,: Urarton at s:2" Ai M. Cumherland at 8:40 A. M.; Baltimore at 6:40 P. ' M.: Washington City at 7:0Uf. J1. Via Hellalre and I'enniylvania Railroad, arrives at Bellaire at 9:40 v. M.: Pittsburgh at ;iur. M .. llarrinhnra at 1:30 P. M.! Baltimore at 5:45 P. M l'hiladnlnhiaat 8-38 P. M New York, via Phila, dolphia, at lOiKfl'. M.j New York, via Alloa town. atiu:our,iU. , , . Corarhbng and Zanesville Aooommodation leaves :, Columbus at6:16 P.M. 1 returning, arrives at 10:00 ., A. ju. .. . JW Five trains daily (Sunday, excepted) from Washington or Baltimore, for 1'uiladolphiaand New Korfc. - . . Sleeping oars on all night trains. MiT Re sure to ask for tickets via Bollaire. , J. W. BltOWW, Oeoeral Ticket Agent - II. J. JE WEI X, President, i -jan6 ' 1864. 1864. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Tliroo rx-xixiiBs Xily, EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, In connection with Trains on thefl Iittl Miami A. Columbna A Xenla Kallrouxlx. FIRST TRAIN, i - i NIOHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at S:40 A M. Will stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington, Gilead, Galion, and at all stations north of Gation, SECOND, TRAIN. NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Colnmbns at 1025 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Galion. Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellinirton ana unutua. i . . . , THIRD TRAIN. . . , MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:40 P. M. W ill ston at all stations south of Shelbv. and at Shiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and iterea. . CONNECTIONS. At Delaware with Springfield Branoh for Spring field and all points on that road. At urestnne witn rittsbniY. tt. wavna ann i;hi. eago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti' more, aiso tor unicago. At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all noints on that road. Also, for Tola. ao ana ivmcago. At Urarton tor Toledo and Unlearo. At Cleveland, with Laka Shore kitiirniul fnp VMm DunKirs, .piinaio, jew i ora ana uoston. Patent KIpIng; V&m are ran on all Nlgbt 'ivains to t IiIcjlko, JXeir York and VoHton. oVBaggage checked through to New Tork and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New ' ' RETURNING: ! Night Express arrives at Columbus at 4:20 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 3:00 r. ju. j Columbus Accommodation arrives at Colnmbaa at :iu r Al.. Fare as Liow as by any- other Route. 'Ask for Tiokets via Crestline of Cleveland. . ,.-.. ... E. S. FLINT,' .'.." . - Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio. JAMES PATTEIISOU, , ' ' .. Agent, Columbus, Ohio. Colnmbus. November 1. 1864. . SPEER'S SAMBURG WINE. PURE AND FOUR YEARS OLD FOR THE COlYimUntON TABLE AND FAMILY USE. V ( ... PQESCSIBED Bt PHYSICIANS j Fo.r females,' Weakly Pereons and Invalids. IS." fe'iJ ii 2 S 9 .m-k EXCELLENT WISH, FOR ' FEMALES Every Familj at this season should use SAMBUEO POET WISB,! 'I : Celebrated In Kurope for its medicinal and jbenefi- eiai qualities, nignir esteemea "f eminent! pnvsl. AishTtn natsad fn li'.iiinMn miiJ A mAi nan lliuni im m uiwuei lairaur Ba usoavuu ew.va nuiviivou A-Jk vro y i iai o. and by soma of the first families in Europe and AmerioA. ;.; ... ,'1 .V- . Ao A AUJJI1U ., , I has nneaual. causing an apnetite and building nn the system, bouig entirely a pure wine cf ft most vaiuauio grape. ..' .- i i;tii as a kmJKETio ; ; :. imDarts a health r action of the glands, kidnevs and urinary organs, very beneficial in dropsy, gout and rheumatis affootions. 11. C BPEER'S WINS possessing medical properties1 superior to any other wine in use. and an excellent Article for all weak and debilitated persons and the aged and infirm, im proving the appetite, and benefitting ladies and children. Try It enoeand yon will not be deceived. mr ne sure tne signature or Alfred 11 peer is over the cork of each bottle; Sold by Druggists, who also ell the CASTELiLA I'OKT BRANDY, a choice old article imported only by Mr. ppeer, dlreot from the vaults or Oporto.' The trade supplied ib fhlladel. phia by French. Richards k Coi, and by all Whole sale Dealeri in W York.ani by A. 8FEEB, at his nnerard, New Jersey.. . : , rrinctnal Office, no. 208,uroaa war. New York. ..n y.n-M:u-k i'L , ootlS-dOmeod i':.,,i.,. )-- 'JM'JlJ -i ,, ' ; ' MILTOK (ATLI1 1 W ARB & SAYLElL Af'VT.-.,.T)I).vj,).l. .f..,.,.vr ,..,. I I 1TT0R1EYS AND ' ' COUNSELLORS ' AT LAW , 1. I. It r. Aiji. . 1 J, ..), ; .... (.;, t .-, . ''4lmiJ'ti".4 J nr.m' nrhi.j u.-i . .jt'J ?!,,, ,i..,i.i,ij ,' j.jj. ,,L i.i I , i. -.10- OlXXolXAXXAtl. Oa aMbaut-ti a sr uiS:? 'MMtw t mm wi . ,. i i. lrf? f ''"Soamt-ip Dliet witneti or jum, ! i ' : lor tb whole londleo Gootiisit ii ow," . bare been introduced, to the public for mora than eighf yean, and have acquired an ; ... far exceeding any Family Medicines of a similar nature in the market, ' i An appreciating publio were not long in discovering they possessed remarkable Curate. "focvVve, and hence their and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thus enabling him to expend of dollars each year in advertising their, .merits, and publishing the which hare been showered upon him from The peculiarity of the "B.oo xxtvyvtv af VvW is that they strike at the root of Disease, by eradicating erery partiole of impurity J Ave Vv "S.oo, for the life and health of the body de pends upon the purity of the blood. . 1 If the blood is poisoned, the body drags out A miserable existence. These medi cines for caring Scrofula, ; Skin Diseases, Salt Enema Dyspepsia Liver Complaint, Leuoorrhea, Erysipelas, , Syphilis, . , Old Sores, , Rheumatism, Sick Headache, Fever and Ague, ' Female Complaints. St. Anthony's Fire, Fnmors, Eruptions, Fits, Sorofulous Consumption, ete. ONE person writes, hor daugntor was1 cured of fits of nine years standing, and fcit Vitus' dance of two years. AN0THEB writes, his son was .curod after his flesh had almost wasted away. ' ; The doctors pronounced the case incur able. ANOTHER was cured of Ferer and Ague after trying evory medicine in his reach. " i ANOTHER was enred of Fever Sore which had existed fourteen years. , ANOTHER of Kheumatism of 8 years. Coses innumerable of Dyspepsia and Lirer Complaint could be mentioned in which the Purifier and Pills are the most active and thorough pills that have ever been introduced They act so directly upon the Lirer, ex citing that organ to such an oxtent as that the system does not relapse into its former - j . . i i . . . . . i CUUU1UOI1, WII1CU 18 -tOO ,UJ. HJ L1Q WB COSB with simply a purgative pilL" ' . . , . , - They are really a : i . ' '. : , , which, in conjunction with the '! BLOOD nP.URIFlER, will care all the aforementioned diseases. and, of themselves, will relieve-and cure . ' Headache, Uostlveness, Colic Pains, . ". ' Cholera Morbus, Indigestion, - Pals In the Bowsls, , iiisjiuees, etc.- v i ci, . Try these Medicines and yon wjll never regret it. ; '; 1 ' ;' . Ask , your neichbors, wlio hare nsed L them, and they will say they are -I and you" should try them before going for Physician.- a- .',. i.';. vM. ! . Get a Pamphlet of my local Agent, and read the certificates, and if you have ever doubted, you will ! Viox) uo move. ! v I 1 ' I As a proof that the Blood Purifier and Pills are purely vegetable, 1 have the certlflmtes ot thoee rml. n.nt chemists, Professors (Jllll.Tos,of New York, and Lockp., of Cincinnati. . - 1 Kud Dr. Keuca's lpecM Hotires and Certificates published in a oonspiouous part of this faper from 1 time to time. , ' . , Okvicr Ago Manufactoit f I ! IToa. AS, 88, 0 V 69 Knag Thirsl street, - - CIMCINKAII. O. . , j -I FOR SALE BY ,: ! X3xruselnttsn O-oaa.ex'All'Vi febl3-dAweowtillnov8'eS . .... THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, i Iteach Steetoton.'iflait8L,' (Directlyr,opposlte the Boston & "Worcester k- itauroaauepow- 1 i THE STJBSCHIBDK IHOST RESPECT FULLY informs bis iriends and the pub Hie, that after an experience oi over nine rears as an Assistant at the American House :;f this eity, he uae isasw npon very iavoraoie terms tne i UNITED STATES UOTEL, whioh has for a long period, under the able and pop ular superintendence of Col. gnooner, reeeived a very liberal patronage. ... - . .. , , .- :. , The undersigned will endeavor" ,'to keep up the popularity of the establishment as . ' ' Firit Class i Hotel. and he sol ioiti'your patronage, assuring you 'that no exertion On his Dart shall he wantinv tn rendAP vnn. stay H his house both comfortable and agreenhln. . . 1 1 -1 1 v . , ma sa. i4 riwi i i j i-i-i ti Gretteft lecical Cireslir as firtf PublixMl -X'irteau'B1arg J letter pages for two 6 cent stamps. 15 'Young Men'ei Medical Adrlser. Oratnltons advice given In diseases of the nan roue, seminal, urinary and sexual organs, in the re ports ol the Western Medioal Association, which are sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of charge. 1 ne orgsnisation was tonned to dispense new and reliable treatment, and is composed of the well known phvsicians. to whom all letters must ha dl. reeted. " ; I . , ... DRS. JACKSON, HERBERT A CO.. an30d3tw0ut Box 3o Oineinnati.O, XUOHAUD c KENNEDY I i .l! ,r J ;.J ,'ri, i ,:vj;)",:,;."..:-!-pKA.LER IN . ; J j BookSs'Teriodicals. Stationery, '. PTfrTTraEB, rAKCT AETICLKS, KTC., ' i ' ' - . V; -I i-i ,.!r ,i.' i.;n.,, i : No 55 South High Street, NsitDoortothaFuibiffice, J COLUMBUS, OHIO. c I- ml! . . i.i. w m a m-. . '(') qtvi-. b-.:iti.tf ,1 .;' .o NATIONAL Orixmaliicd under tfte 1atfn WIeira : aylrnnln, ft'errcMber, 190 -A. i; I .nv'u CAPITAL STOCK, $(,000,000. Par Vnlne of Shares, $5.00 Eacb. A limited amount of Stock for Sal at the LeWNt Caah Subacription Price of 3.00 per Share. ';' ' " ; .' .'') :!,'-' m LIABILITY TO STOCKIIOLDERS. , Tho lands of this Company, embracing over . ' i . : i . fx I -i.;.'::: ; ' 17,500 Acres;; in Fee Simple and leasehold, ara situated in, the very Heart of the Oil Regions! : : ,'.".. ., ,..,;! , ;.., '. - '. ..ii . '. ;, '.),:( : The 123 acres which they own on the Alleghany, two miles above Fresidont and only five miles from the new 250 BARREL WELU on Pitthole Creek, and the lease of 132 acres of the selebrated "Wilkins Tract," alone are ' Ample Basis for any Company and are worth more than the entire Capital Stock of the Company. Thore are . ' . ' i ( j : .)). DJ V Eli NAXjIiLS ill .',!,' , I now In successful operation. YIELDING LARGELY, from which regular monthly dividends of Two per Oen.t. are being paid to all stockholders, and there is every assurance that this Comrany will soon, bo able to pay from ':.-'.'' ' ' : : .- : 1 ,: ,. ...'-! ' Bii to - Ten per Cent, Dividends'.- XII13 FIRST ;,;.,,!- National Petroleum Co. " ' ' : ''' Ill ,n , ,v , i - v Sit . lyf tn), V, ,;ii.,.':j j Banks among the first-olass Dompanios, and is just ly saidjto be the most successful of any yet organ ized. Its reputation has 'now become so thoroughly . ,,. , ... . j . . atabluhed, thai no more need be said On that poinb Theredre greater UidHcmmt-anc tetter oppottHt nititt to make money on, thtt Stock iXanany stsW ersVfteeWdftos,, while at the same time thenar 1 1 . ,;i:t . . :;i ii ; l uu; ; . ,. r fSOirtrt tiDhDlTDTV A W W 1 : .. CTi K J IT d W.M , . i fprany and all persons to bold. ' I ' ' i . IFrom The New Ydrk Horald.1 ', , ' "News has been received and abundantly con firmed from several sources, of .the striking of a new. JOO barrel Well on Cherry Run, above the Keod Well, A FEW RODS PBOM, TBI PKOPIRTT Or THI FlBST NfTIOMAl l'STBOLEUK COMFAMT." . ' I-;:. i -1 i r j Froof Ifte New York Evening Express. Ourtelegraphiodi8patohr.c.ived to.yfrom .. Oil 1 lUglon. Inform n, tf the striking of a 00 arrelflownf well on Cherry Bun, nbab Thi Fust the barrel Nationil Ptbolicii Company's Piopsbtt, Cherry Run Stocks will be in demand to-morrow. ' "i i '1 (From The New York World.l I "Tbi First National Pbtbolbom Compant 1 a first-class orcanizatlon. whoa nffinar. ... r il. highest standing, and we choerfnllv Wnmmn to all'parties desirous of purchasing reliable etookg. The General Buporintendeftt is a pioneer In the Oil business, snd well, known as a mosf effialent mana- ,..'l(,'1'llj .. " ,V'i ,1 : -' - ' '-t ' : (From The New York Tribune. T;1 .i-.y "Tri F8t Nation ai Is the name of the Petro leum Company whose prof pectus and map are be fore us. ..The names which we see 'among the Di rectors are ample recommendations for this Compsr ny, and a sulfioient guarantoe of 1U future manage-, tnant " ' '" ' "' " i""" , i ii 'I. i , ' . I r .- , . ... . . l . ;'!-. 1 , In. :U: I tS". All PBDKB8 ByHaiLOK OTXRWISB WILL BB.XSOMPTLT ATTENDED' TO! UNTIL i the Stock is ill Bold; .dv. -i-(i : 13 Qooq responsible, Agent$ (tnt Exchange Brokers wanted in every city and'towti'in tie United States and British Provinces) ( j whom liberal arrangements will be make. a . -." X j 1,1 . I All orders and applications, whether by letter or I otherwise, must bs addressed to ' a i .-uih II. . ItOlVK 4c. 04 i -' COMHSSIOM MlROHANTS, 43Llberly'8t.;'N,WYork. .'If nouU'63 -i . i 1"-' - . '... .i-,i.'r,u. ...... Fii if H li 1j ii iiii ll ' ... I i In i . I In F . or of are Bed TI well , ' 1 n take CO.; ' i rii'j-ii i rrr - I V .J ;w..iBiasaiaiwa) m-r VtWlft5 Will cure Catarrh. . . .. Will ciire cold In the hen tt. n-! Will cure tin oflX-nalre trrentrs. Will cure pain In the head.. Will cure ulceration In the none; Will restore the enae of henrlngr. Will restore the sense of injeU. Will restore the sense ofslght. Will restore the Nense ot taste. ', Will restore the voice. WHEN CAUSED BY CATARRH. Catarrh Snuff an Injury, As is now admitted by all Informedroanslng Irrita tion and inflammation of theinuoons mem brane, while the , Liquid Catarrh. Bemey i . :. . i Gently and gradually, removes all unnatural incTBS- tations ana aeposim, requiring uiww membrane to its normal eonditlon. ' ' A slnfcle Bottle -will Inst a' month to be used three times a uay. tCURE WARRANTEP! IF DIRECTIONS ARB FOLLOWED. 1 tW CALL FOR A CIBCUIAK DEBCEIBIHCI ALL SYMPTOMS. Jip .-o ' ' ' .-:!' l;i'U i.'i , i IR. I. II. SEEIA'E & CO' 1 ' ' Hoi.g PRorniKTORS, Chicago, Illinois. ...") 3" Laboratory at Freeport, Illinois. .. . , , I i. At Wholesale by JOII3T I. PARK, Cincinnati, Wholosale Agent for Ohio. ' rf At Retail in Colnmbus by J.R. COOK.R, JONES A SON, S.E. SAMUEL, . . if KOHERTS', THRALL A BENHAM, SUH IjSiH a uu.,ana lorsaie oy i; , A-. TruKmta Evcrrwh tore. febt-ditweowly DR. R. A. WILSON'S Tbmc, CATIIAItTIC, . . i i ' ; " - - : :.-,, ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND HEADACHE AS A TONIC. 1 They agree with the most delicate stomach," fetnov ng Nausea, Pain and Debility from that organ, and nrougu it in part tone ana vigor to tne wnoie ijiiem. ,;,'"':r.Asa fctithartlc; ' They influence more the motory knd less the lecem ing power of the bo wols than any other oombuiatien oommon use. ... , ,. , ' . .. ..... ... r?rl Tor Dyspepsia, ; And Its ten thousand inconveniences, from a slight .indigestion and sallow cheek to extreme emaciation ana' aepression oi spmis, or a oonnnnea eaxe oi Molanonolia in its most aggravated form these Pills are confidently recommended as a sure Cure, if par severinglynsed,!,, , , Headache, of all Kinds uuuii mo oiuk j.i i: , v u 11 v iuih unwwu.i H.a.ur. atio Headache, Bilious Headaohe, Stupid Headaehe, uiiiuuiuxioiiuiwuD, , iiniuums unMwwr"iifnNijyr lyrelievedbr theuseof ihese Pills,,. . . ,,) .,' '' removlna NAUSEA and HEADACHE, ta whlah MALE Sare so subieoW . tlverCbmplarntTofpld Uver Use the Pills In .alterative doses for a long time until tne organ is arousea. intermitting uie us the Pills now and then, is the best plan, .. ,. ! ' 5 :. INTEMPERANCE. ' Any one Who is so unfortunate as to eat too-much, lav save himself a fit of AdodIoxv. or other sariona consequences, by immediately taking a Pill ' They are a Family ' Pill. And a bos should alwaviba keotln thehouse. Thaw a pood. Pill to be taken before or after a hearty meal. ' .... ., vi For Literary Men. fTDENTS, Delicate Females; and all persons of en tan habits, tber are invaluable as a LAXA- V J!.. improving tbe Appetite, giving TOMS! I I and VIUOKto the UlgeBtiva organs, and rea thabigeetiva organs.' and restoring tha natural elasticity and strength of the whole system. wnoie sy .'I i.n( fmrv lWiv nK' Tik'S'iff .at sir rmitvo nLJZZL Jffi ffKVolJOT'gFff AGBKEAHLE TASTE RENDERS ITEASY TO ADMINISTER THEM TO CHILDREN. Prepared and sold by . L. FAHNESTOCK CO., Sole Proprietors, 71 and 78 Wood and W Fourth streets, Pittsburg, Pa. a ,-i ; Sold bv DriuraiaU and MedlolnS Dealers genera ally. . innelo'St-wly IFUGM fFAIINESTOCKS VERMIFUOE. Dj ah Sib i We take much pleasure in assuring m that then is no Varmifnlra nn. In mm ,k.t biiik equals yours as a WORM DESTROYER. sold it largely at retail, kud with uniform We are Druggists and ,Phvsiolans, and satisfied with iu effooU. j t '1a0A,Mf M rmi .nfan ty110' , , ' r " '':x ui V70RLKC0HFECTI0MS nrenared from flie aotiva eriheiDle-Af bis mla. brated Vermifuge.' Tbay are put up In a nioeand palatable form, to suit the taste of those who cannot conveniently rase tne v ermu uge. jqiiaren will them without trouble.. They are au effective Worm destroyer, and may be given to utmost deli Prepared and sold b v B . L.( FAlYNEkTOC- Sole Proprietors, 7 and 78 Wood and (1 Fourth streets, Pittsburg, Pa. , . , n tsoia dv ii ruxg, iu aaa Ateoicme ieaiers generally. iunel5'M-wly ' .'-'...v. :i":!n,i,':i'..:i in m-.s, r3 IKSS8 ii i uum 'i;. u, i B.