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No Notioe less than $1.00. i i , it it. .-a WEEKLY. -..' ! $1 ,60 per square eaoh lniertion. ' Business Notices 60 cents per line eich Insertion, ; go Notieefess than $1,00. . ' a iaiUeTtiMiiieatowiUbooargedregalarTatw, i All TAwmiivT advertisements must be paid for, hereafter, at the tin they are ordered, other wise they will not appear in the paper. This rule will be rigidly adhered te in all eases. There will be ae exception. . m-m , - a . RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Rhowlnc thearrlTal ami departure of trains at Co lumbua, Ohio. On and after February lt, UM. -trains will run as follows I j . ., ,f i Little Miami &ColambnsacXealaR.H. IRAVI- AKRITI. 1 Wall....,.k...;....w. MO A.'M. rP.M.j' jlRhtl'preiMi.4,....v...40 AM.ij :36V.M ,. tMnom. CleTelanel, Colnmboa 6c Cla'tl K. It.. WlJxjrea)..:.r...'....lli- P. M. i 45A. M. fiewTork Kxpreaa 1"SJ0 A. M. ISO P. M. il ail and Expreea 1:40 P. M. 9M P. M J AMS PATTERSON Aa-ent. ' 1 Central OhU Raillraaal. Vnmin. Kidkm. 54M n M. 13:18 A.M. Mail and Kxpreaa 1:35 P.M. WKK) Noon. V t . v - , W. J. FEU.. Agent, rittabnrt-, Calmntbaa & Cta'tt B. U. Malt and Accommodation.. 5:00 a. M, P:0S A. M. New York Kxpreaa ,. :36 P. M. noon FastNiKht Expreaa. ...... .11:40 P. M. '.':I8A. M This train tana Sunday nint and not on Satur B. PETERS. Agent. Call ibna and Indlanapelia Central taaiiwar. IHt Erpreao. V.'.,:. 12:30 P. Mi I'ittaburg Express.. 6:00 A, M. Night Kxprena I'-' -W A. M. Piqua AooomaaodaUou.. f.-OOP, U. HP."M 11:25 P. M, 4:40 P. M. 10:10 A, M, O. A. HILL. Agent. Bandaakjr, rTaaefield AKewark R. K Arrialatand departure from Newark: PsmeBcOt Express.. ...i.. t-M A. M. llflO P. M UulviJ tiDreaa 14:10 P. M. 4:16 P. M Accomuwdatio. .7:30 A. M, . 5JtP. M. , e,uw ..J l ' - A. W. DENNIS. Agent. PROFESSIONAL. M. H. MANN, ATTORNKY, AT LAW, No. 117 South High St., OT-dlyJ UP STAIRS. B0BERT HUTCHES ON, A2TTCRrnGY AT LAW, Faraana Buildlag;, ' , O tCoXvuixtoxtmt Ohio. GE0.W. ANDREWS, Attorney -and Cormsellor at Law, WAPAKONETA, 1 Aaglalaa T., O. Jfraetieat fat ta Coar at Wattoi Ohia 'WieWutr' ; ? GEO. W. MEEKER, USTICEOF THE PEACE AND K0TART PUBLIC, ' ' CarpenteT's Block, Re. 117 Booth High St, s.' '.. (OppoaiU First National Bank.) OOXjXTJDkXBXTlS, OHIO. wovl6-illitt ' ; ' ; J-:-: WILLIAM W. HESS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . ' No. 117 South High St., IV'.'':' , ' UP STAIRS, porlt-dtm ... EDWARD T. DeLANY, .Attornev at Law. - .- ' WILL ' PROTIPTL Y ATTEND TO all Professional buainess intrusted to bis care. OFFICE No. 25 East 8 tat Street, South fide of Capitol Square, Columbus, Ohio. dec7-diw8m ' 11 SAULS. KENXLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLUMBUS, O. WILL PRACTICE IN THE SUPREME and Inferior Courts, and will collect claims gainst the State and Federal Government. OFFICE -Ao 1 Odeon Building, opposite the State House. nov!7-dly k OTTO DRESEL, Attorney at Law & Notary Public. 'f riCE, Ne. tT Sonth niKh Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. BtHinoai done In the English end German langusgea. Special attention given to Collections, Partitions, and business in the Probate Court. iau31-dly . , . HOTELS. FRAr.JCLirj, HOUSE, Corner of High & Cherry Streets, v .'K 1--C 7 coiiuMBUS, OHIO. VOiMET- 8HAW,V c- - Proprietor. jane-dtf , , ; CQODALE HOUSE, nCALljMBU8J OHIO. v: "JlHK'V'Vf " rtr. fcoLsoN, Proprietor. deco-eiy , i , VTa LYTLE HOUSE, FOURTH STREET, BET. RAIN S SYCASBORE, ''.:',... CICLtltATI, o. . THIS HOTEL IS ONE OF THE MOST eentrat and eomfortable in the oity. Conven- Ioot toUft Hoot'iffloe, Telegraph OQiee, Pike's Opera Ioaea. Tiie Street Care psk-' Hotel every five pimatoa. Kiud Landlords. attentive Clerks, prompt W aitere and guod Bills of Fare. Meal; at all hour iMuitguoit: ACTON YOCNO. l)-tgb ttrMW. -VcW lioprietor. J. ii. OAi.iwiLL.t urM" ' novae-dtf oAUlB,' . .' t. A. HATTHgWg.J ' Laleof AImob Co.,Ky. Of AlyvUla,Kj. fc... -i- 0. Kr.aoi, LaU of Sterling, K7, ' . Elcrchaats' IloteC C",trbatMiiiii,irliHiti80ii housiJ . AlLEIIES, ' KELSON CO., ' Proctors, ' Fifth Hire, aeir,9taln- aWThla nne having been thoroughly nbih4 twraied and newly lufiiiohed, is now eirto. . ; , I 1 ; BUSINES3 CARDS. - -O. B. STONE, tTTIIOI.rSACE AND RETAIL DEAL YV Kit In Tobacco, Cigsra Meorscbaum and Brier Knot l'ipe, Tubaooo liaxa, Ilnxea, Ao., K0.13S HOIHI HIGH ftTltEET, Next Door to Uoodale House, kept by A. W. Doleon ) norifl-ilBm. A. WAGNER, DFAI.EK lit FINK FAITIII.V Oiweriea, Winea. Iiianor8,(;igra. Tobaeon, o. Froah Kiah, Oyalera, and Game of all klnda, in their aeaaon. ALSO, MANUFACTUUMt OF CARrET8. No. 17S South High itreet, Columbus, Ohio. dec d6ra W. R TABOR, OPERA SALOON. Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, &c NO. 109 SOUTH HIGH BTEEET. dec1-d3m t. HUBERT. .'" J. W. J.II.LET, SIEBERT & LILLEY, BOOK BIMDEBS, PRlNTEHSe AND BLANK BOOR MANUFACTURERS, South High Street, Open House Building, UpStairs,"'' COLUMBUS, O. decl3-d6in '' BANK EXCHANGE SALOON, BOUTEEAST COS. OF HIGH ft STATE STREETS COLUMBUS, O. X n. DAVIDSON, - - Proprietor, Oysters, JTlsh, Game, &c, IN TUKIR 8IASON. T' Meels aerred tip at all hourl, on the most rea sonable terms. aeoM-oeui D. C. PATRICK, (Late Adjutant Ohio Volunteers), Authorised Agent lor ine collection oi an CLASSES OF MILITARY CLAIMS. P ARTICULAR ATTEMtlOU PAID to the Collection of LOCAL AND OTHER BOUNTIES, lie baa a great experience in Local llounr t j matters, and la pert ectly confluent of giT' In. entire satiHfuilion. OFFICE No. 1 IT South High street, in Law of- nceot uanowayaittiun, coiumoua, uuio. dc27d3m KNOLL & REIMERS' Confectionery and Restaurant, Tfo. 203 Sooth lIlRh Ntreet, Next Door South of the Union Block TlARTIF.S SUPPLIKD WITH CON' X fectionery, Bon Bona, Cakes and Fruits of all kinds at the snort est notice, a M Jlailtant style. A splendid Restaurant is established in connection with the Confectionery. Oame, fih, oysters and tne delicacies of the season served to order at all hours of day and evening. We invite the patronage of tne oitizens ol ioiuinDus. norlS-tf MONEY LOANED, HELP SUPPLIED, AND HOUSE! FOB RENT AND SALE, AT XrXwXOSXVS" cab LAKE'S LOAN, INTELLIGENCE & REAL ESTATE OFFICE, No. S3 East State Ktrrkt, COLt'ItlBl S, O. MONET LOANED ON ALL, KINDS OF Goods left on deposit- All kinds of help fur nishadaiveryahnrtnoiice. Housea. Stores, t arms, nd all kinds of Keai Estate for Sale and Kent. T Communication by letter addreased Box 107, Columbus, 0., will meet prompt attention. nu,17-d6ui BLANX BOOK MANUFACTORY M. C. LILLEY & CO., Boon Binders AMD . Blank Book Manufacturers, rto, TVortJa lllgk Street. COLUMBUS. O. WTl-dtf BANKERS. Bailey, Thompson & Co., INT 03171 IrlS, .-.No. 874 Sonth Hisrh Street, COLt'nilt'S, OHIO. BUT AND SELL COIN AND EX rhange, and General Banking business. novSS-dOm J. 1. RICKLT. RAMCKL I. RICKLT. RICKLY & BROTHER, COLUMBUS, OHIO. ALLOW INTERKST ON TIITIE DC posits, sell Exchan e on all important cities in Europe as well as the United Stales, and Passage Tickets by William A Guion's line of steamers to aud from Liverpool A Queenstown. lnovl6-dflm r. W. HrNTINOTOM. D. IT. DKSHLKR. P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO, BANKERS, Corner ol Hlarh and Broad Streets, DO A OENgBAL ' Banking and - Collection Easiness. DH IL IN Government Bond?, Coin & UncnrrCDt Money. Have constantly on band ' All Hinds of Revenue Stamps. 'VaaanaWasnananananwannanananan WM. MONYPENNY, Forwarding & Commiss'n Merchant, DIALIK IH CHAIN Or ALL KINDS, FLOUR, WIIIjsKY, &c, WISHES TO 1NFORITI THE PURLIC that he has iuat completed the large andcon- venientnr. proof brick Warehouse on the west aid of toe Scioto river, near ;-. Weai aa i tue K a : tiona! iuge. ii e e now prepared to pay the high eat market price in CASH for all the Corn, Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats, - - - Ac., that may be offered. Being favorably located with tbe river on one aide and the Railroad track on the other aide of the House, will pay particular at tention to receiving and forwarding all kinds ol pro duce and heavy goods, and make eaah advances on consignments of produee going either east or west. Office on Frank st. close to Warehouse decS d6m WM. MONTPENNY. w. . KIN. . A, XIN08LKT. Auction & Commission House, KENT & KINGSLEY H AVE ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES for tbe purpose of carrying on general Auction and Commission Easiness, At Kent's old stand, : HQS. 110 k 143 EAST TOW? BTEEET, Hortheast corner of Fourth and Town streets. Co lumbus, Tbey devote ipeoial attention to the sale of HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, STOCK, Horses. Carriages, Furniture, and all kinds of Mer chandise, Ao.,e., either va lue premises or at their Auction Booms. . . ; - ' - . ' ..Sales . every . Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings ; sUso, ever l ueaday, Thursday aadSat" araay aBaTBllNnV.-t ,t 11 11 , ; ' Made Wall eonaigoed Scod, if nocessary. Il TEAS! TEAS! THE ATTENTION OF DEALKHS, Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain ngchoioe Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully ireoteu w our , COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GREEK BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF r TEAsi Whioh we offer In original caokureaT oi" In auantl ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying mat we never law 10 meet ail reasonable expeota tions, and while orders are constantly coming in fo e "Just such Tea as you sent us before;" complaints rarely oeeur. Persons who, as a matt of taste, or trom hygienia considerations, use Bla Tea, often find it difficult to get a good article. OUR CHOICE BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and have established reputa tion tor us wherever we nave sold mem. OUR NATURAL LEAFS are of the purest nd sweetest ohops, and being sured in the sun are free from tbe deleterious ef fects produced by oontaot with oopoer. A full line of staple and fanoi Groceries elwavs on band at lowest market pnoes. 1 BROOKS, STEARNS & CO. JNo'. 873 South III?n Mt. augCW (Corner Friend.) mil HiLIS & M'DOMLrS, JDC0ESS0R3 TO GEO. A WM. MoDONi Id) GltOOEBS, No. 12 Sonth Hlgrh Street. rsoraiETOEs of the columbus rowrsB MAGAZINE. AGENTS FOR THE SAi-E OF THE MEUBEBV WHITE WHS VT FLOUR. Agents for the sale of Gardner. I lipps A Ce.'s Sn gar Cured Hams. Dealers In HOICE FAMILY GB0CEB1ES Of every Description, Imported and Domestij, Fine Wines. Cordials. Liauors. Satan. Olive Oils. Sardines, etc. aT All goods delivered free of charge KIcCOLin, mii.ES 4c ITIcDON ALD8, , mavlS dlv Vo. VJ4 South High St. WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, Liquors of nil Kinds. TEN YEAR OLD BOURDON WHIS. ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbon Whisky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure 8 to U years old Monougahela Whisky, of thebeat brands. Will be Bold by the demijohn. keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and other Liquors, by ecl Vi South Hiah street. WILLIAM RICHES, Designer and Engraycr on Wood. PORTRAITS, . VIEWS OF BUILDINGS. MACHINERY. ETC., Executed In the highest style of the Art. B E A Ij S For Lodeea. Notaries Public. County Officers. Ac.. executed in the best possible manner. OK KICK-107 Smith High s reel, Room No. 10, Third story Johnson building, Columbus, Ohio. C. C. SHARP, M. D., Eclectic Physician & Surgeon, 1 mm IAVING LOCATED IN COLUMBUS, respectfully tenders bis professional services to the ciiiiens thereof and vicinity. Dr. Sharp beta to make this pinposition to all .hose who are auiicted with all the various forms of Chronic Diseases peculiar to thiseountry : Kirst f or everv pationt afflicted, whom I will un dertake and promise to cure, and whom 1 fail to cure. I will agree to give such patient the suia of One Hundred Dollars, provided 1 he said patient will uarantee me Une Hundred Dull&rs, payable hen the cure is eumpleied. UKKICK On Knunh street, between State and Broadway, in Jl r. J . Miller's office. novl-dly-jat,24 S. BARMORE &CO, G REAT WESTERN DETECTIVE Po lice Asencv. Rooms Noa. 8 and 6 Carpenter s uilding. Jio. 117 South High street Columbus. Ohio. kstabliabed for the detection of Criminals, the Recovery of Lost or Stolen Property, the prosecu tion of Police Business generally, and the Colleo- on of Claims. All business intrusted will be faithfully and promptly executed, and upon terms commensurate lib services rennereu- Satisfacinry reference can be given. LIBERAL REWARDS will be paid to any person vine Information leading to the detection of Crin e or the recovery of l.ot or Stolen Property. Also, every oourtesv and aid will no extended to eautuontiesot tma and otair cities visiting tmt eealitr- Innvl8-d8m Auction and Commission Room THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED A an Auction and Commission Room at Ito. lit Eaat Town Street, where thev are vreoared to do a general Auction and Commission business. Sales or ail kinds or property promptly attended to, either in city er country. Household Furniture sold even market morning at the room, commencing at 7 o'clock . Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. TUENiiT SIMON. mchl-tf No. 144 East Town Sireot 1865. EAST. 1866 WINTER TIME. THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad, VIA STEUBENVILE AND PANHANDLE. now open, and oflera to travelers tbe shortest quickest and most reliable route to Pittsburg, Harrlabnrf, Baltimore, Waahlnston City, Philadelphia, New York and Beaton. Three Trains daily from Union Depot (Sundays - exoewtcu. . K A.M. EXPRESS Arrives at Pittsburg 3:M P. M. Leaves 4:36 P. M. Arrives at II arris burg a :4S A- M.t Philadelphia T A. M.j Ualtimrre 7 A. 11. 1 Washington City 10:W A. M.; New: York 'via Al- lentowo) 10:00 A. M.i via l'hiladolphia 13.-00 M. . 2:35 P. M. DA V EXPRESS-fSleeping Car from Coshocton to Altoona; Arrives at Coshocton :10 r. H.; Pittsburg 13 66 A. M.I liamsburs ' M. Arrives at Philadelohia 6-JU P. M.i Haiti. n.tK u u . w..k;i.,.i'itiflinP 11 . it Iorkvia Allentown) loau tr.il.; tviarniiadelphia 10S7P.M. II MO P.M. LIGHTNING EXFRESB-fSleeo- ing Car from Columbus to Pittaborg). Arrives at PittabnrgHO A. M ; Harrisburg 80 P, M Fklla- deipuaie a. .; tew iwa.iws.B, , BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. MT Aak for Tlcketa Via 8 ton benwlllnl rnnhnndl. - ' g.'P. SCJJLL, 1. . 40UN DUltAND, ' Oenl Ticket Agf,' j,. .: : UenUbupirl dsM;!.;.., .J.U.A, ,;i-,.U , ' ; i i : I THE GREATEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED TO THE I mm if coins AND ' VICINITY. GTIBAT CLOSING OUT SALE I , . T0.C0MMENCE t ,. , Monday, Dec. 11th, 1865. HAVING DETER 1TIINED TO RE tire from business, the undersigned offers his rnammoth and oomplete stock, consisting of Ready maue looming, ao.. A T C O S T! A large assortment of Cloth and Business Coats, Cassimere, Cloth and Beaver Pants and Vests; .-I Frock & Sack Overcoats. -ALS0- Cloths, Cassimeres, Meltons, Vestings, Beavers and Overcoatings of all Grades GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! Valises, lfculTer Goods, White mid Woolen tsltlrts, Gloves, Hosiery, &o. M.v Clothing is all of the best manufacture, and equal to custom woik. Tbe goods are ail one price, every article being marked in plain figures, ao that every one can be his own salesman. ' This ia the greatest opportunity ever offered to thecitisena of Co umbusand surrounding country to purchase their Winter Goods at a greater reduc tion in prices than have ever been made before, and allrhould avail themselves of this chance to lay in afuU supply. TO WHOLESALERS AM) JOBBERS, Extraordinary inducements will be given. MARCUS CIIILDS, Wo. H Jc 7, Neil IIone Untitling;, Two doors north from PostoiSce. dec" T H E PH CE KM I X TRANSACTED THE LARGEST BUSINESS in Tne STATE OP OHIO, FOR THE Year Ending December 30, 1865, -OF- A.3NT-E" 0O3Vr2PV3rY Having an Agenov in tbe State, devoted to Fire In surance exclusively. LOSSES PAID I IV 1835, $410,JJ3.9t. Cosh Assets, January 1st, 1S66, $1,006790.33. THE TEST OF ITS NATIONALITY, the solid service it hai rendered patrons, and its ability to pass through seasons prolilio of con flagrations, with honor and profit to those moat in terested, may be interred from a perusal of the fol lowing figuros of LOSSES PAID Arkansas Alabama Connecticut . 22, R10 43 3ft 220.K1I 7 Minnesota .... I. Hampshire New Kork.... New Jersey... Nebraska Ohio Pennaylvania. Rhode Island. S. Caroliua... Tennessee .... Texas Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin..,. Canada Nova Soot i a . N. Brunawick. 20.03 43 S.S.Ji-9 IB 643.630 83 3,'M 63 1,167 00 103.M3 68 (3,274 40 20.771 21 U1.KI2 76 46.070 90 8,9111 98 4Hl 43 27 24 S,000 00 f6,4Dl 76 3i 873 Ml 14.SHS 78 16,330 74 Oali'orma .... D of Columbia Florida Ooorgia. ...... Indiana Illinois Iowa Kentucky Kansas Maine Massachusetts Maryland Mississippi ... Missouri Michigan ..... ldl.S.'O 64 m 35 20,484 42 I -'.138 76 84,'3 IS 21II.D9H 67 31,018 73 69.97H 19 13.416 1,7 60.HU3 46 6H.170 04 SO.Oiri 05 20.832 M P0,63S 36 67.067 64 WKSTEKiV 1IUANCII, No. Zi West Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. II. M. MAGIIX, Uenerul Acent. The undersigned is authnriaed to tarae Policies in the above popular and leading Corporation, at prop er rates. Losses Always Paid Promptly. A. GARDNER, Jr., Xl.eanlcl3XA.t .Koxxt, TfO. 107, JOIOSO.X UUILDINiG. febio-dlm . Sheriff's Sale. Saiauol P. McElvain ) Common Pleae Court of vs. i Franklin County, Charles O. Deshler et 1. Ohio. TN PURSUANCE OF AIT ORDER OF SALE X from the said Court to me directed, I will ofler fnraale at public anctlon, at tbe door of the Court House, in tbe sity of Columbui, on Wednesday, tbe 14th day of March, A. D. 1800, at S o'clock P. M., the following described real ei tate, to-wit: . .... Beingthatpartofin-lotNo. 88 eonveyed bv deed of quitclaim to Elisabeth Strain by Peter Sells and Sally Sella, dated April 26th, 1831, in tbe city of Co ! lumbua, Franklin eonnty, Ohio, and being all that partof in-lotNo. 68 beginning at the north boun ' dary of said lot en Rich street exactly Ave feet west of the northwest corner of tbe house occupied on said lot by the said Elisabeth, thenoesouth byaline drawn parallel to the west boundary line thereof; tbeneeeastalongeaid south boundaryline to theline of the heirs of Frederick Hitter; tbeaee with their line north to Rioh street; ttience west along Rich street to the point of beginning, and being the same premises eoavsved by said fcliaabeta to Matthew King, bv deed dated July 16th, I860, i - i Appraised at Mo. n; ! ' Printer's fees It 00 ' ' ' '' ' "" ' . WM.D0MIOAN. a.-. J i . , v-i ... -Sheriff. feb-dltAwtd . i' '' ;:J.r-FOR;SAL13:-'T'i',:.::! TT0IJIB AND LOTS SITUATED ON JL the JMimtown road just In the rear of the 11.ena.tlo Asylum, , For terms inquire of James (i Bull, Mayor of the City el Columbus " Sjfilt-IM 'u Hut v. ..... , U'W ,.. i . WINTER ARRANGEMENT. LITTLE MIAMI —AND— Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS, For Cincinnati, Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis and Chicago. Withont rh.nge of oars to DAVTON and RTCII MOM), 'ndonlvon. chance of cars to ST. LOUIS. IVIHANAI'OLIS aud CIIICAHO. ' .'" i On and rafter Fehrnary latt, 1800, ' Four Trains will run aa follows FIVE TRAIN'S DAf'.Y FROM COLUMBUS. ' -t FIRST TRAIN. ' 1 ' ' M ' fOaily except Monday..) MATLstltlo A. M Stopping at. Icffcaon, Lon don, Charleston, Xonia, Morrow, Lovoland, Miami vilU, Milford, aod arriving at Cincinnati at tMO ' ' .' SECOND TRAIN. I,';,'. tDaily.) Cincinnati, Dayton. Hfcliinond A: In. di ana not la N Is: lit Kxnrea at itinl. HI. Stopping at. lefTerson, London.Charleston, Seliua, uvu.iiuir, abiii.) ljiiiik T.iiy, unr.in. r reo rxirt. H t. Ancinnt Murrnw Stmilli I .Ak.mm 1'n.t.'. Lovoland and Miif rd.arnvingat Cincinnati at 9:40 a. Also, stopping atall stations netsre n Aenia and Ittohmnnd, ariivmg at, Richmond at 10:50 A.M., , 'making a dirtct connection Jor Chicago, arriving iindiMiroMMU'.ji., arriving at Indianapolis st 1:40 P. M connecting for all points west. This train oonnectaat Loveland with theM. AC R. R. for liminootho, W arietta, so.; oonnec's at Cincinnati wun ine u. st m, it. it. tor et. liouis, uooiavllle, ('airo, Ac; also, at Cincinnati with tiieU. S. Mail L.ine steamers tor Liouisvuie, THIRD TRAIN. (Daily except Sundays.) Fxpre. for Cincinnati, Dnyton, Richmond Ac Indianapolis) at !2:0 a. 171. ft .pping at Jefferson, London, helms, Charles ton, Cedarville, Xen1a,Srnna Valley, Corwin, Free port, Ft. Ancient, Morrow, South Lebanon, Fost er a, Miltord, rlainville, Lin'ond; arriving at Cin cinnati at 5:30 P. M.. connecting at loveland with the M. A C. H. II- for Chillioothn, Hillsborn. Ac, ar riving at Dayton at 3.3ti p. Jl , Kichmond at 6:40 P. M., Indianapolis 0 P. M.; coonecting at Kichmond lor cnicago, arriving at unicago at7iior. Jl. FOURTH TRAIN. (Daily exoopt Sundays.) Cincinnati Sc St. Louis Expre. at l:iO I. M. Stopping at JolToraon, London, Charleston, Xonia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, noutn L.coanon. roster s, iove'and, Minora; arnv Inn lllnninnitl mt ..411 l U I. 1 .. . . I flection for St. Louis, Cairo, Louisville, Ac, oon- . : - . I 1 i J r i i ubcmiis all itvuuvu iui oytinauum Sleeping- Care on Nltrltt Train, for Cincinnati. N. B. For further Information aonlv at the Co. lumbua Union I)rnt Ticket Omce.of JNO. W. D0UEKTV, Ageut. F.W.STRADKK, Oer'l Ticket As't, 1 r!;.,i E. W. WOOD A1U, wf Cincinnati. SuperiiileniientJ Columbus, Lcc,6. 1865. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route, Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Tliroo Tralna Xnlly, EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the Little Miami Ac .'oIumbu Ac Xenla ICillroaxlM. FIRST TRAIN. NIOHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1135 P. M. Will 8tp at Delaware. Ashley. Cardingtun Oilead, Oalion, Crostlino. Shelbv, New London, Wellington, Urafton and lierca, arriving at Cleve land at 6:10 A. M, SECOND TRAIN. ' NEW TORK EXI'UESS-Leaves Columbus at 10:20 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, Oalion. Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellinirton and (jraXlon. THIRD TRAIN. MAIL AND EXPRESS-LeavesColnmbusatl:40 P. M. Will atoD at all stations south of Shelbv.and at Sbiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and ueroa. CONNECTIONS. At Delaware with Sortnirfield Braneh for Rnrln. field and all points on that road. At Crestline with Pittsburg;. Ft. Wayne and Chi cago Railroad for Pittsburg. Philadelphia and Balti more. Also for Chicago. At nhelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tola- do and Chicago. At Ural ton lor Toledo and Chicago. At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Kailroad for Erla. Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston. Patent Slwplng fjurs fire rnn on all ftlgut Train to hienfro, nnr Vorlr. and ItoHton. StaT"KairEure checked throuch to New Vork and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New lorn, via Creetline. . : RETURNING : Night Express arrives at Colnmbus at 8:43 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1:20 P. M. Columbus Accommodation arrives at Colnmbus at 96 P. M. . . Fare aa Low a. by anjr other Route. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. E. S. FLINT, Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio, JAMES PATTERSON, A rent, Columbus, Ohio. Columbus, October 23, 1H65. 1865. 1866. WINTER TIME. CENTRAL OHIO CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, Between Columbus & Wheeling. ' CONNECTING VIA BELLA1RE , : WITH TBI . BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. Foa .. : Wa.hlntrton City, Oaltlmore, Phila. tteipiiia, new lerx, uoeion, AND ALL EASTERN CITIES; THIS ROUTE OIFEH8 THE ADVANo tage of a through ticket and baggage check to Washington City, and also gives the passengor tbe privilege ot visiting Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Y oik. at the oust of a New York ticket alonai or the privilege of- visiting allof tbe principal sea board eitiea at the oast of a Boston ticket alone, via other-routes. . . . Through tickets to Hew Yorg fan be procured via Washington City, at an additional expense of 12. Q Two train, daily, Sundays excepted, leave Co lumbus as follows : 6tOO A. M. MORNING EXPRES8 from Union Depot Arrives at Zanesville at 7:48 A.M.; Del aire at tt:10 P. M.i Cumberland at 11:02 P. M.i Baltimore at 7:40 A. M.i Washington City at 8:46 A. M, . 2:35 P. M. EXPRESS from Union Dopot-Ar-r!vesatZanesvilloat6fi6P. M ; Bellaire at 9:40 P. M.t Cumberland at 8.-47 A. M.; Baltimore at 6:30 P. M.i Washington at 7:4 P.M. ... : .1 m ; 49" Five trains daily (Sundays exoepted from W'ishingtoaor Baltimore, for Philadelphia and New Kork. . ,.(' il ,! : Sleeping ears onaTI night trains. ' 3T Aak ior Ticket, via Itellalre or Vheellngr. : ' - II. J. JEWETT, President' ; ' " J. W.UUOWN, (General Ticket Agent. ' ,loo4'6 r ,) ' - . !:-., x'Tml i.'i tt i.fi f.i'M THE . AMERICAN Horso Insurance Cb ... . 1, , -H . . 1, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. " '. 1 Branch Office Columbus, Ohio, . MO. S UN ION IILJCK. ' ' , t , . . ..... 1 Insures Horses, Mules and. Cattle' against Loss by Theft and Death. ' ' " aigents and Detectives Wanted In every County In the State. ' 1 ' -tnovll-dtf : IWACHINE, SJUTCllINO OF A 1.1, JV1 lnuudoa.rto.5!3ttouth 1 ffiKhitrcot. , saa72C MBd. BABTELJV - l-atrotilze Home Institutions anrj Xeep voiit Moneyin? t&le HOME INSUJIANCE COMPANY, or coiiiralrB'D's, Ohio." " . ; I -' 'M ,. .1 AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE. .. ... mm J?:i;: n j a'nwoia OFFICE IIS TJjNIOIS BLOCK, , HIGH STREET. nsures Against Loss or Damage by Fire arid Llghtnlrfg. Business Confined to First Class Property Within - the State. i 1 . . . 1" THIS COI71PANY, UNDER STATE CONTROL, CONDUCTS ITS BUSINESS ON the most approved and economical plan, taking riska only in First Class Detached Property. Farm Build ings, Private Dwellings, and their Contents, making it safer than those insuring Mills, Psotories, Wooden hows, and other property of similar hnsard. It is the chief aim of the Directors to do a Safe, rather than a farge buainesa, as being a surer guarantee to permanency and of greater ultimate sueeees. Tbeir rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairly, and in soliciting patronage, do so with the firm con viction that the plan adopted by them will make tne Company permanent and safe to its policy holders DIXIBOTOHQI How. SAMUEL GALLOWAY, Columbus, 0 LEWIS CASS, h'sq., do. D. B. HUBBARD, do. , OFFXOBZlSi SAMUEL GALLOWAY PagflingNT. LEWIS CASS. Vice President. sept4'fl5-d8mAivm v'ijiij Ui; ? :: .... ( , i Jr. Tf .lis, I . Il-'I'S I C. P. h: BUTLER. Merchant, Colun J R. IIUUBELL. Mom. of Congrosa, 'ALEX. II. HANLEY, Xenia.O. mhnf, O . Delaware I ALEX. R. HAT NLEY. GgwmAt Aoswt. ' I W. A. HANLEY. Ars't Oknvbil Aoskt. D. H. II IIIMI A KD, Seoretarr. 1 rr . '. . .i' -.I. 1 .!, tit- COLUMBUS ti'j'i,a u t 4 n .f a--;'il.i TTT--1 TlnT A. J TAKES THIS ItlETIBOD .TO N form their fellow citiaena that they atill carry en the Manufacturing buaineaa, and that the" have on hand a variety of Summer an ! WtnterOoo s, susi at Plain At Fancy Cuoalmeresj,! ' Q survroaaanai. ajatlnela 1 . Jennie, . 1'lHH.ela.iuiil ' Miocklns Yarn, Which they offer at Wholesale as well aa Re tail, at prices to suit the times 1 , They solioit the patronage of thecommunl tyat large, and a.-k thereby the encoujagv mont of home industry. . WOOL bought at alt times or exchanged for Ooods at Caah prices. J. P. HRUCK, '. i . . Secretary and Treasurer. oct28-dm t HOT AIR FURNACES PETER MARTIJVS Patent Improved Hot Air l'rvnaccs5 FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE USE, For Wood or Coal. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC ia called to the above Furnacos as they combine ventilating with heating qualities. Tne inventor has, after years ' f experiments, suc ceeded in perfecting what he claims to be the best Furnace now in use. Among its many advantages ovortho ordinary Furnaces, are: Tho small amount of Fuel required to keep it in operation. - Keeping the rooms constantly supplied with pure, fresh air, drawn from Nature's inexhaustible stock out of doors. Large Air Chambers, avoiding the confinement of heat in heated walls and hot metal chambers. . Improved Water Chambers, which keep up a atcady supply of mnisiure. which overcomes tbe great objection to ordinary Hot Air Furnaces. The castings are heavy, and Btrnngly bolted to- Eethor, gu&ranteoiug durability under any degree of eat, Particular attention Is called totheSF.LF-REOU-LATINU ARRANOEMKNTof thia Furnace, which baa been pronounced by scientilio mon to be the IJEsT EVER MADE. aT Every Furnace warranted to give entire sat isfaction. . references; By permission, refer to the following parties, who have the Furraces in use: J.R. Davoy, ourner John and Hopkins stroets, Cincinnati. B. Roth t Co., St. Nicholas, corner Fourth and Race streets, Cincinnati. J. Elsaa, t ourth street, near John, Cincinnati. M.Eokcrt, Bank street. Cincinnati. N. L. Bernard, Court street, near Freeman, Cin cinnati. (i. W. Reohtin, Pike street, Cincinnati. ' Uilmore, Dunlap A Co., Bankers, Fourth itreet, Cincinnati. . J. F. Hondy, Covington, Ky. - Olasser ABro, Fourth street, near Smith, Cincin nati. Mm. Cloarwater, Dayton street, Cincinnati. , W illiam Doane, Oircleville. Ohio. J. Netter, of the firm of Kohn, N otter A Co., Cin cinnati. A. N. Riddle, Cincinnati. Van Vlick, Cincinnati. Mr. Smith, of the Firm of Smith A Ditson, Cin- M. Fechiemer, Eighth street, near Vine, Cincin nati. ... M.N. Megrne, Milford. Ohio. E. S. Blasdel, Iawrenceburgt Indiana. -J. Bast, Architect, Cincinnati. Mr. Moore, Architect, Cinoinnatl. . Walter A Stewart, Cincinnati. Picket A Son. Cinrinnati Anderaon A Uannaford, Cincinnati. The Warm Air Furnace m inufactured for me by Peter Martin, could not easily be excelled, making the atmosphere as pleasant as summer, is free from smoke or gas, and costs for fuel but a mere trifle. JAMES CALHOUN, Alderman, 12th Ward, Day ton street, Cinoinnatl. . Mt.NotbbDamb, Rkadino, Onio.J November 20th, 161. ( Mk. Martin: This Is to certify that we tried the Furnace you built for us, and are satisfied with it. Our rooms are amply heated. . . Yours, respectfully, ; SISTERS NOTRE DAME. ' Cincinnati, April 28, 1884. Having used, during the past winter, the Hot Air Furnace manufactured and- put up by Mr. Peter Martin, 1 willingly testify to the very general satis faction it has given me. 8 - J. C. CULBERTSON, f , 386 West sixth Street. I have used for two wintora Mr. Peter Martin's Hot AirFurnacein my dwelling, and am well ratiafied with 1 tii operation. 4 .. GRIFFIN TAYLOR. ) i . ; ,;' " If it were necessary, I might refer to thousands of others, not alone in Cincinnati, but throughout Ohio and the other States. My Furnaces are made to born Coal, Coke, or Wood: and I have quito recently invented a Fire Pot, which is put into each Furnace being a very f:reatiraprovement on anything hitherto known. It s constructed of large Fire tricks, 18 inches square and 4 inches thick: and plenty of space is given out aide of it. and within the Furnace, for the free cir culation of ooid air, so that it is impossible to crack itorburn 11 out. . , . Snake Cenauml.g Coal and Wood 1. .p - j 1 Hot Air Furnace. 1 Furnaces altered and repaired. ; . Galvanised Iron Cornices and Gutters. . Tin, Corrugated and Sheet Iron and SlateRoofer. Corrugated Iron Doors and Shutters. - ar Full particulars regarding price, Ac, can be obtained at my store. No. 149 West Fifth street,. or at the offioe of the Burnet House. v . PETER MARTIN. '". No. 149 West Fifth street, between Raje and Elm, Cincinnati. ; . - oich8'66-dly . Sherift's Sale. 1- JHenry Sohwenk'r ) Court, of Common Picas of va. F'lanklin Countv. Jonathan Boyer et al.) . Ohio. -,J TN PURSUANCE OK AN ORDER OF SALE A from aaid Court to- me directed, 1 will offer for sale at publio auotion, at the door of the Court House, in the oity of Columbus, on ' Wednesday, tkfe 14th day of 5larc.li, Al" D. 1800, ..... r at 9 o'clock P. M., the following desotibed real es tate, to-wit: - . v ,.- - r, Tlie east half of lot -number thirty three (83) in BnttliL'Hubbardand Smith's addition to the 0ityof Columbuertnsaid rraukliuooenty, Ohio. .r Appraised at loo. - - ' -i..I jtinter'feej 4 60 m ft :WXB0stIOtN,rr , Sheriff. 1 0 111'" -Jilt ,S t t J feb-dTtAwtd'11-' LOTS FOR SALE, I AM OFFEItlNG FOR SALEON EAST terms, a lot of land which, I have' fust sub divided Intoloteof rsont''' ' ' nh.l.i n Four arcTcn Acres :jEach - Bituafe oB the"Wt)rtnington Pfkl'aqnarteV of a mile trom the Corporation of Columbus, apd extend ing eait serosa the Railroad, and situate, on both sides of a rnd which extends froia the Worthingtoa PiketetueWestBrvillePike,'"". . I . 1. j Master Commissioner's Sale.I Oliver P. Tong . Court of Common Pleas of Marcclla Cu'rts et al.S f'rnklln County. Ohio,, IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF sale from aaid Court in the above mentioned case, to me directed, I will oiler lor sale at publio auction, at the door of the Court House, in the eity of Columbus, Franklin county, Ohio, on Monday, the 2Gth Mnv of March, A. D. 1866, at i o'clock P. M., the following described real ea tate. to wit: Lota numbers twelve (12) and thirteen (13) in E. Sorin's subdivision of lots numbcra one (1) and two (3) in William Pholan's addition to the city of Co lumbus, Ohio. i Appiaised atlBOO 00. ,i ' Printer's fees, (4.60. . ,,, ... WM. DOM Id AN, Sheriff, febM-dltAwtd . mi ' r ' ; i . j1 Administrator's Sale. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER granted bv the Probate Court of Franklin coun ty, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at publio auction, on the 5th clay of March, 1800, At 2 o'clock P. M., on the premises, the following deseribpd real estate, situate in the county of Franklin, State of Ohio, to-wit t Lot No. twelve in Grove Citr, Franklin county, Ohio, reference being had to the recorded Vat of said town of Grove City, in the Kcootdor's, office of said oounty. , , ,., , , A ppraiscd at $5T 5.00 ' Terms of Sale One-half In hand, one-half In one yearlnm the day of sale, with interest, to be secur ed by mortgage upon the premises sold., , . . February a, 1806. ' . AMANDA S. ALLEN. ' Administratrix of the Estate of Cbaa. Allen, deo'd. KANKIN A VV 1 feb3-dltAw4w Sheriff's Sale. un 1 vs. 1 leus.of f ranklin Co , William 0. Stevens et al.) Ohio. , IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER FROM SA'TD Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at pub lic auct'on, st the doorof the Court House, in the city of Columbus, on Wednesday, the 14th Day of March, A. D. . 1866V-'i ? i 'i '. it . atlo'olockP. M., the following described real es tate, to-wit: - ; . a -- - 1 -iU Situated in Franklin county. State of Ohio, and In Sharon township, a certain tract or parcel of land, it being part of section No. 4, in township No. 1, in range No. IS, and being the westrartuf lot No. 8 of the tub-division of said section No. 4, bounded, as follows: Beg nningata post in the-north line of Haja' land, southwest corner to ta d lot ho. 1, and running thenoe with the we t line of said lot north I degree 30 minutes, east 80 poles to a post and a beech tree, northwest corner to said lot No 8; thence wlttr the north line of said lot south 8Sdegrees30ininutes. east 46 poles to a roat in aaid line: thence with Wall tor Burwell'a west line south 1 degree 31 minutes, west 80 poles tea post in the south line of aaid lot No. 2; thonce with said line r.erth 88 degrees 30 min utes, west 46 68-100 poles to the beginniug, contain ing MTf acres, more or less. 1 1 i : ,(.".- ...;! V )K Apprai ed attV28 per aero. , ,., ., Fanter'sfcesaocg, ; WM.'U0UIG'"-1 Sheriff. feb9-dltwtd Incorporation Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT!A PE . TITION has been preaonted to tbe Commiav aioners of Franklin county for the incorporation of the town of Canal Winchester, in the township of Madisen and county of Fianklin. Tre territory proposed to be ii corporated ia bounded and deserib ed as fnllows, vis: 4 A partof the southeast ouarter of section 30, township No. 15, range No. 30, begin ning at the northeast corner of the southeast quar ter of said section on the section line; thence west on the half seotion line to the northwest comer of aaid quarter seotion: thence south on tho half sec tion line to the southwest Corner of aaid quarter section; thenoe east to the seotion line to a stone, thocornor between tbe land of Olive Sbortt aid George Derr, it being the center corner of out-kt No. 3: thence north to the town clat: thence in a southeasterly direction along the south ends of in-1 lots to the southeast corner of lot No.. 60; thenoe nerth on the east line to the road; thence in a south , easterly direction to the section line; thence north on aaid section line to the place of beginning." ' An accurate map of the proposed incorporation can be seen at the County auditor's office. Tbe hearing in said petition will be Had at the Countv Auditor's of&oe in Columbus, ..n the Both day of March next. j . PETITIONERS.;' Notice in Partition. A SNA DOROTHEA HIIKRER,ATf A DREW W0RLKY, Anna Wprley William Henry Hindererund Nicholas William Hindcrer, of Franklin County, O , are hereby notified that a pe tit ion was filed anainst them on the 7th day of No vember, A. D. 1H0S, in the Court of Common Pleas, within and for tbe county of Franklin, State of Ohio; by Nicholas' Binderer, and is now pending, wherein the said Nicholas Hinderer demands partition of the following real estate, situate in the City of Column bus,' Franklin County, Ohio, to-wit: Commeneinf on i rlend street, south-west corner of Jno. J . Schil ling's kit, coi veyed to said Schilling by A. Chitten den, by deed of April 30, 1854; thonce west with the North line ot said Friend street 81 feet; thence North at right angiea 1871 feet; thence east parallel with the Nerth lino of Friend street 81, V feet; thenear South with tbe West line of aaid Schi ling's lot M7t feet to the beginning. And that at the next, to-wilv the March term, 1H60, of aaid Court, the said Nicho las Hinderer will apply for an order that partition' may be made of said premises, j ' Dated tuis vta day ot January. A. i. 1866. " 'ai H. B. ALBKRY. jBlB-dUAwflw- Attorney for Petition eVJ -i;i. . 1' ,ji 0-.....OJ: in n; .1': tif ',":, ii'll fall; and- vji.rmB;MQDS ' HUNTERS EMPORIUM IaaavKjusT RECEIVED. A LAROB stock of the finest Fall and' Winter Goods .r.r JL stock of the finest Fall and Winter .Goods I ibrougbt to this eity. " ""yvv 1 IhavaalsoawauaeUaUdstnelr f ;0 .u,WES-ff,CAS,H PRICE-,.,,,,,.! -Call and eaaiaiuaaBj gpodj. South ffuhstreeV'