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No Notice lost than HJX. i ; v '' 'WPCIf i.v WI .nit.Maanli la.rtln"VV; "- , 1 Huslne Notices 60 cents per line each Inaertloa. So Notloele then ii.00. Legal adrertisemenuwillbeahargedilarmtea, KW All TBArtmawT advertisements must be paid for, hereafter, at the time they are ordered, other wise they will eot appear in the paper, Thla rale will be rigidly adhered te in all eases. There will be ne exception. . . , .nv. . RAILROAD TIME TABLE. lit V ghowin theaniral aad dapartiireof tralai at Ce- iwtniMW, vam. un ana alter roDraary if i. uw, rainf will ran ae foUewt i , , : . M(U JBIamfek Celambna XealA B.R. Mall.A.- ..:tl:W A. M. , P.M, NUhtBxpre..:.........4:40A. M. J5P. M. Pitubarch Kxpre,.,.,.JS:W P. M, , IJ0P.M. Cincinnati Hxprm i:u r. n. io:iu a. m. .: .r.V7 o ."? JOHN:.W4DOHKBTTAft Clewelaaale Clnan Cijani B. K. "Niht Gntrew. ..J1:3J P. M. ; : tM A; M. New Tork Epre 1020 A. ft. , ltfo V. M. Xailand xpres :o H. M. 26 K. M. - - x JAME9 PATTERSON Acent. pry1 C"1 0,,, ' ,",r' Morning Yxprem.'.".. 7...... S00 a M. 15:18 A. M. Mail and Kzpreu J 34 P. M. M.-oo Noon. W.J. mUAfent. PI(U katrVOIaiBBhna V ClnHI It. B. fil and Accommodation.. A. M. RK)B A. M. Now Vork KxpreM....,, 845 P. M. : llKm aunn. Tail NiKht Expreen 11:40 P.M. 12:18 A. M- Thi Inin t aaa rfuadny nibt ami not on baliu' J. B. FKTEB3. Agent. I'eliaibM nd Indianapolis Central Railway.. , . Pay ExprM 1!:30 P. M. P: W. PitUbarK Expresa 5:00 A. M. 11: P. M. flight txpre-i l'.:.tn a. iQ P. H. Viqua Aocuinmodation 6,-ooPi 1. . 10-.10 L. N, ,l,".-i 0. A. HILL. Axent. Bandaaky, Iflanafleld dr. Newark H.K. Arriralatand departure from Newark: ' Pvmnint Erprexa 5:S0 A. M. llflO P. M. Mail and Kxpree 1'i lO P. M. 4:16 V. M. Aeeommodation T:.10 A. M. 3:15 P, M. .! , . , A.W. DEM'IH.Aeeni. ,?JIlOFESSIONAL. I'lTv.TwIa' Ha"- aVlAHFJ. ' AXgQQRIVJbUY AT LAW, -No. 117 South High St., noT-dlyl UP STAIRS. ..ROBERT HUTCHESON. attorney; at law, i ' jparoans Bnlldlngt', Columbus. Olxio. nS-dCtn. ; oeo, w. Andrews, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WAPAKONETA, Auglalae O. -.1-1 . ' r,.i ; - Traetioea la the Cour of WexUra Obi GEO. W. MEEKER, 1IST1CE OF THE PEACE 110 ROTARY PUBLIC, " ' Carpentar'i Block, No. 117 South High St "-' v (Oppceito Firat National Bank.) ' ooxiTJivxuxjja, omo. BO16ai - : I Lv WILLIAM W. HESS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, -" N6. 117 South High St.. UP STAIRS. -orlS-dlra EDWARD T. DeLANY, . Attornev at Law. W' PBOHPTLf 1TTBHDTO all Profeeaionai buainew intrusted to bis oara. 0FFICB S. 25 But State Street, South aide f Capitol Square, Columbus, Ohio. .. . deu7-d4win T: SAULS. KENKLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, t COLIMIII S, O. WIIX PRACTICE lit THE SCPBEJIE and Inferior Courts, and will collect claims against the State and Federal Government. . -0FFICK o 1 Odeon Building, opposite the State Houne. . - nor!7-dly OTTO DRESEL, Attorney at Law & Notary Public. TTTCE, W e. f 47 ulr Illgrti Street, " C0UJMBV'tmO. " " "' W Bnsiness done in the Engliah and German langn'gea .Special attention ri Ten to Collections, Partition, ami busineaa in the Probate Court. iatat-dir ; - HOTELS. FRAHICLin HOUSE, Corner of High & Cherry Streets, f coLunnus, omo. VOLITET SHAW, - Proprietor. COODALE HOUSE, COLUMBUS, OHIO. A. W. DOLSON, . - - Proprietor, deeS-dly " ' ;:;XYTLE HOUSE, FOURTH' STREET,' BET. "BUR ft SVCAIRORE, : CINCWfATI, .' THIS HOTEL' S ONE OF THE MOST central and eomfortaWe la the city. Conren- ieot hi Ute Poetofflae, Tdegraph Olfioe, Pike's Opera loose. The Street Oars pun ilotel erery fire minutes. Kind Landlord, attentive Clerks, prompt Waiters and good Billa of Fare. Meals at all hours iosMitgua.t!. ACTOMVOUWU. Dahisl Mom, I fi.,v, Propriet.r. ' i. U. UaLDWiLL., noT8-dtf ALLRUaa, ' , ' . A. xUTTHlWa, Late of Mason Co., Ky. " Of xUyiTUle.Ky. .,, . . 0. HILSOK, .., ., . . .r. . 'lteot Ml. Bteruni, at. ' , I ilcrciaants' llotcl .'yV ',v'ir(TOaaaj,T bimkisou aooaa ; .i ALLKRO, ' & CO., 1 Proprietors, " Fifth reet ear Mailt, snincslxi.xxda,tlB. OJa.le sTarThll House haying been thoroughi'repaiiel nortl and apwly luruuhed, u now open. ,i Wir. '. ,C3'1 .1 7,:,iiJi T. P. B of I li DU3INES3 CARDS, i - O. B: STONE, ' WHOLES MB AJIB HETA1I, DEAL. KH In Tut'iKwo, (icara Meenwhauin and Brier Knot l'ipet, Tobaooo Bui, Boxat, Ae., IO.ISS NOUlil HIGH SlltKKT, N ext Poor to Ooodale Houie, kept by A. W. Dolson ) nor'it-dBin. A. WAGNER, DFAI.EH IW riWB FABIIliT Oroeoriea, Wlnrn, Liquor. Oir, Tobaeoo, Ao. Freih Kieh, Oyster, and tiameof all kindu, In their leaf on. I.ALSO, MANOFACTUKKH OP CARPETS. ' ' 9o. 1T9 South High street, Columlui. Ohio. decs (16m W. R. TABOR, OPERA SALOON. Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac. KO. 109 SOUTH HIGH 6TBEET. deel-d3ia - L. mxBRBT. J. W. III.LKT SIEBERT & LILLEY, BOOK'-BINDERS, PRINTERS, BLINK BOOR MANUFACTURERS, "" South High Street, Opera Eoate Building;, Up8tlr, ' COLUlTintS, O. deell-deni BANK EXCHANGE SALOON, SOUTHEAST COB. OF HIGH STATE STBBET8, , " COLUMBUS, O. J. H. DAVIDSON, - - Proprietor, Oyntors, ITieili, Game, &o '' IX THK1B aiiOK. , . ' KtT Meal, (erred np at all boors, onthemnst rea ooable termi.' decM-dem D. O. PATRICK, (Late Adjutant Ohio Volunteers), Authorised Agent lor me collection oi an CLASSES OF MILITARY; CLAIMS, I ARTICrLAK ATTENTION PAID to the Collection of LOCAL AND OTHKK llOU to Tlan. tie na a great experience In Local uoanety matters, and is perfectly confident or giv ing entire satisfaction. . OFKICE-No. 117 south High street, In Law of fice of Onlloway A Rush, Columbus, Ohio. s)ec2l-d3m .- . KNOLL & REEMERS' Confectionery and Restaurant, Ito. 803 South High Street, Next Dear Semth ( the Union Block. PARTIES SUPPLIED fectionerr. Bon Bons. Cake WITH COX- Bon Bons, Cake and Fruit of all kinds at the shortest notice, a laMaiilard title. A splendid Restaurant is establirhed in connection with the Confeotionerv. Game. fi.h. ovstors and the delicacies of the season served to order at all hours day and evening. We invite the patronage of toe eitixeus ol loluuDui. novla-tr .MONEY LOANED, HELP BUT-PLIED, AND HOUSES FOB BENT A.ND BALE, AT EMEIIT cab liAKE'B LOAN. INTELLIGENCE ft REAL ESTATE OFFICE, K0.33EABTSTATI STBgFT, COLI ITIBI'N, O. MONEY LOANED ON ALL KINDS OF Goods left on deposit- All kinds of help fur- nished at vervshort notice. Homes. Store, r arms. and all kinds of Heal Estate for Snle and Kent. saT Communication by letter addreaed box 107, Colamnus.O., will meet prompt attention. novlv-dtitn BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY M. C. LILLEY & CO., Booli Binders AKD Blank Book Manufacturers. No. 3 Itortb Ulgh Street, COLUMBUS. 0'r newl"-dtf BANKERS. Bailey, Thompson & Co, xJ-A-Krxxrs na, No. 874 South High Street, coLurauus, omo. BUT AND SELL COIN AND EX. change, and General Banking business. novM-18m - - . j. j. RicrxT.i imtt a. kicilt. RICKLY & BROTHER, columcus, omo. ALLOW INTERKST ON TIIIE DE. posits, sell Excuen, e on all important cities in Knrope as well as the United States, and Passage Tickets by Williams A Guion's line of steamers to aod from Liverpool A Queenstown. novie dtim W. HrNTINOTON. D. W. DESI1LRB. W. HUNTINGTON & CO, BANKERS, Corner of Hig-h and Broad Streets, DO A 6ENSR1L Baniing and Collection Easiness. DEAL IN Government Bond, Coin Oncnrrent Money. Have constantly on band AH Rinds of Revenue Stamps. janll-deta A WM. MONYPENNY, Forwarding & Commiss'n Merchant, DIALIB IN GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, rLOUlti TVIIIssIC Y, &o.t ISHES TO INFOR1TI THE PUBLIC that he has just completed the large and oon enietit are proof brick Warehouse on the west idle the Scioto river, near the west end of the Na tional Bridge. lie is now prepared to pay the high eat market prioe in CASH for all the Corn, Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats, Ac, that may be offered. ' Being favorably located with the river on one side and the Kailroad track on the other side of the House, will pay particular at tention to receiving and forwarding all kinds ol pro dace and heavy goods, and make cash advances on eontignmenU of produce going either east or west. Office on Prank Bt. close to Warehouse decs dam WM.MONTPENNY , I. D. KINOgUtT, Ruction & Commission House, 'KENT & KBTOSLEY AVE ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES far toe purpose of carrying on a general r Auction and Commission Business, At Keat'aold "stand. ' , K0C 140 ft 142 EABTTOWTT 8TBEXX, KoTtheasteerner of Fourth and Town atreeta, Co lantiua. Tbegrdevotaipeoialattentiontotheaaleot KC'JSES. LOTS, FARMS, STCCKi Horaes,'Carriae,Ptrniture,and all , kinds of Mcr- enandiM, e., oi, eiuieron me premises or at tneir Auction Hooins, Sales every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings; also, ever Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday mornings. 1 J ....... . CASH ADVANCES Made on alt cqmigued foods, if peeeisari. TEAS ! TEAS I rHE ATTENTION OF DEALKK8, Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain nr choice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully ireoua to our COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF , CREEV BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS, Thloh we offer In orleinal Daekacea. or In aoantl ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying mat we never tan to meet ail reawnaoie expecta tions, aod while orders are oonatantly coming in fo "Just such Tea as you sent ns before," complaints rarely ooeur. Persons who, as a matt of taste, or from hygienie ennsiderations, use Ilia Tea, often fidd it dimoull to get a good artiole. OUR CHOICE ,, : BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa tion lor us wuerever we nave sola tnem. OUR NATURAL LEAFS e pa the nd sweetest ohoos. and being oured in the sun are free from the deleterious ef- foots produced by contact with copoer. - A full line of staple and fanoy Groceries always on hand at lowest niaraot prices. BROOKS, STEARNS & CO. Giiooians, No. 873 South IHerh Wt. au30 (Corner Friend.) fm MILES HMALlS, SDCCEaSOHa TO GEO. A WM. MoDONA u Gr R O OE S, No. lit South Hlch Street. FB0FBIBT0B8 OF THE COLUMBUS POWrEB MAGAZINE. A GENTS FOR THE SA A.K OF THE 1. MKDbKRY WHITE WHB1T FIAIUK. Arents for the sale of Gardner.! lions A Ce.'a .Su gar Cured Hams. Dealer tn CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Of every Description, Imported and Domestic. Fine Wines. Cordials. Llauors. Reran. Olive Oils. Sardines, eta. sMT All roods ielivered free o chargt BIcCOLITI, nia,ESA; MCDONALDS, navlS dlv No. 114 Sooth Hirh St. WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, AND Liquors of all Kinds. TEN YEAR OLD BOURBON TV HIS. ky. Thirty barrel, pure 10 years old Bourbon Whtaky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure t to U years old Monongahela Whisky, of the beet brands. Will be sold by the demijohn, keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and otntr Liquors, by liAl.t.i.j.r.f iiw.n oc vvp., declSl 114 South Hirh street. WILLIAM RICHES, Designer and Engraver on Wood. POETRAITS. VIEWS OF BUILDINGS. MACHINERY, ETC., Executed in the highest style of the Art. 0 B A Tj S For Lodge. Notaries Publio, County Officers. Ac. executed in the heat possible manner. OFFICE lOT .South High S'reel, Room No. 10, Third story Johnson building, Columbus, Ohio. decwea-dly C. C. SHARP, M. D.; Eclectic Physician & Surgeon nAVING LOCATED IN COLUMBUS, recpectfully tenders bis professional services to the oititens thereof and vicinity. I Dr. Sharp bees to make this pioposition to all those who are altlicted with all the various forms of Chronic Disease peculiar to thiscountry: - First for every patient afflicted, whom I will un dertake and promise to cure, and whom 1 fail to cure. 1 will agree to give such patient the sum of One Hundred Dollar, provided the aid patient will guarantee me One Hundred Dollars, payable when the cure is completed. OFFICE On Fourth treet. between State and Brosdway.in Mr. J. Miller's office. novl-dty-janSi ' S. BARMORE &CO, GREAT WESTERN DETECTIVE Po lice Agency. Rooms Nos. Sand 8 Carpontor's Huildinr. No. 117 routh Uiirh street l olumbus. Ohio. Established for the detection of Criminals, the Recovery of lost or Stolen Property, the preeu lion of Police Business geuerally, aud the Collec tion of Claims. All business intrusted will be faithiuliv and promptly executed, and upon terms commensurate wiih services rendered. patistaetory reference can be given. LIBERAL REWARDS will be paid to any person giving information leading to the detection of Crin e or the recovery of Loiter Stolen Property. Also, every oourtosv and aid will be extended to the authorities of this and other cities visiting thi. oeauty. inovio-aem Auction and Commission Room TnE UNDERSIGNED HAVE OPENED an Auction and Commission Roosn at Ito. 144 EMtTowmStmt, where they are prepared to do a general Auotton and Commixsion business. Sales of all kind of property promptly attended to. either in city or country. Household Furniture sold every market morning at the room, commencing at 7 o'clock . ' Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. TURNF.Y A SIMON. : mchl-tf No, 1M East Town Street 1865. EAST. 1866 WINTER TIME. -- trTir'g''''-'!'aj-'''-'''i!!'''g'''!!r!rs THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad, VIA STEUBENVILLE AND PANHANDLE. I now open, aod offers to travelers the shortest quickest and most reliable route to rittapure;, Harriaburff, Baltimore, Washing-ton Cltf, Pniladelphln, ... New York and Boaton. Three Trains daily from Union Depot (Sundays .. , -i exceptant ,- ,, , 8 A.M. EXPRESS ArriTea at Pittsburg 3J5 P. M. Leaves 3b v. 41. Arrives at tiamsburg 'JAi A. M.: Philadelphia A. M.r Baltimore 7 A. M.; Washington City 1050 A. M.: New York 'via Al lentowo) 10:00 A.M.: via Philadelphia M M. 2135 P. M. DA V EXPRES8-(Sleeplng Car from Coshocton to Altoona; Arrives at Coshocton 0:10 Pi M.; PiUsburg 11 66 A. M.; Ilarrisbun 1 JO P.M. Arrives at Philadelphia t3i P. M.j Haiti- York (via Allen town) 10:le P.M.; (via Philadelphia isirrr. m."1'" iUO PJM;LIQHTNINO EXPBESS-OleSn. ing Car from Columpu to Pittsbnrg). Arrives at Pittsburg 8;30 A. M.: Harpsburg :B v. Phila delphia 1310 A. M.; New York 6 jo A.M. . , . BAGClAGE CIIECKE3 TUEOUQtl.;, ; ff Ask for Tlcketsr Tla fiieu bnVille una Pnnbandle. '"' 1 : S. F'.'VtCtJLL';;'' ' JOHN DURANb;-1' 1 I V tien'lTKaet AgW ' "'-"-ItortBBPl? dec! t 1; . : . . t i . i I I THE GREATEST CHANCE EVER OFFERED TO THE CITiZBIS DF C01U AN 13 , . VICINITY. CLOSING OUT SALE rti A- X0.00MMENUE Monday, Dec. 11th, 1865. TTAVING DETERMINED TO HE. XX tire from buiness, the undersigned oners bis mammoth and complete stock, consisting of Ready aiaue uiotning, ac , A T C O S T! ' 1 A Urge assortment of ''" Cloth and Business Coats, Cassimere, Cloth and Beaver Pants and Vesta; Frock & Sack Overcoats. ' ' -ALSO- Cloths, Cassimeres, Meltons, Vestings, Beavers and ; Overcoatings of all Grades GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ! Rubber Good, White and Woolen Shirts, Gloves, Tien, .' Hosiery, &o. Mr Clothinr Is all of the best mannfaetnr. and eaual to custom work. The aoods are all ona orica. every article being marked in plain figures, ao that every one can be his own salesman. This is the greatest opportunity ever offered to thecitisensof (lo'umbusand surrounding country to purchaso tboir Winter Uoods at a greater reduc tion in prices than hare cvor been made before, and all should avail themselves of this chance to lay in a full supply. TO WHOLESALERS AND JOBBERS, , . -t - Extraordinarj induflemonta will be given. , JHARCVS CHILDS, iVoa. 6 4c r, Nell Ilonoe Itnildlng, Two doors north from PostolBoe. dec9 ' THE P H (E N I "X TRANSACTED THE , . LARGEST BUSINESS IN TnE 1 STATE OP OHIO, , , ,. FOB THE Year Ending December 30, 1865, OF ' ANT OOMPAinr Uaving an Agenav in the State, devoted to Fire In , ... surauce exclusively.. . ,. LOSSES PAID IN 1805, $41 0,613. 91 Cash Assets, Jannary 1st, 1866, 81,006,790,33. TnE TEST OP ITS NATIONALITY. . the solid service it bai rendered patron, and its ability to pass through seasons proliho of con flagrations, with honor and profit to those most in terested, may be interred from a perutal of the fill lowing figures of LOSSES, PAID Arkansas tt,R39 43 Alabama 5,7ua 3 Connecticut .. Mo.tWl 97 California ....' lt)l,3 64 1) of Columbia IM 35 Florida , 30.468 fl Georgia....... 31,134 76 Indiana 4,3 16 lllinoi 2I0.MR 67 Iowa 31.1)16 73 Kentucky 69,978 19 Kansas 13.416 97 Maine 66,893 45 laacbusetta 69,70 ot Maryland 3.sir 5 Missi.Mppi ... S0.H33 bS Missouri W,U6 36 Michigan 67.057 64 Minnesota.... t . Hampshire New Vork.... New Jeritey... Nebraska ..... Ohio Pennsylvania. Rhode Island. H. Carolina... Tennessee .... Texas Vermont..... . Virginia '. West Virginia Wisconsin.... Canada....... Nora Scotia . N. Brunswick., 20.983 11 36,31,9 19 643.530 33 3,750 63 1,167 DO 103,853 58 63,274 40 .20.771 21 Sl.tntt 75 46.870 M 8,861 96 4.JHI 43 27 24 8,000 IK) P6.461 76 38 873 Ml 14.2KS 78 13,330 74 WESTEUIV llRANCII, No. 24 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, - r, Ohio. II. M. IflAGILIU Llenral A tent. The undersigned Is authorised to issue Policies in the above popular and leading Corporation, at prop er rata. ., ,; :, i . .-ii,--'- Losses Always Paid Promptly.: A. GARDNER, Jr., . HoaltleM.t AKent, ' i : ,. ItO. 107, JOHNSO; BUILDIIVe. feblO-dlul : - ' " ."" ' ; J :' : Sheriff's 'Salt). Samuol P. MeElvain ) Common Pleas Court of . " . vs. V Franklin County, "" Charles G. Deshler et al.) . : : Ohio. : : ..... IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE from the said Court to roe directed, I will oiler for sale at public auction, at the door of . the Court Ilonne. in the eitv of Columbus, on Wednesday, the 14th day of March','. fA!. 0.' at S o'clock PVM the following described' teal es tate, to-witf ' ' . . Being that part of in-1ot No. 6 conveyed by deed of quitclaim to Klisaheth Strain by Peter Sells and Sally Sells, dated April 26th, 1831, in toe-city of Uo- lumbus. Franklin county, Ohio, and being all that part of ln-lot No. 68 beginning at the north boun dary of said lot on Htcta street exactly five feet west of the northwest corner of the bouse occupied on laid lot by the said Elixabetb, thencesouth by a line drawn parallel to the west boundary line thereof; theneweastalongsaid aoutb boundary line to the line of the beirsof Frederick Kilter; thence. with their line north to Rich street; trance west along Rich atreetto the point of beginning and being the same premises conveyed by said Elisabeth to- Matthew Kiog, by deed dated July 16tb,l40. . I. A ppraised at feoo. -.... .... .Printe. ... .1 ( i ' ),". .1 (!.:; . ...;i'- fihenir. f9-11 ' "' -:v '' ' '" i FOR SALE. HOUSE AND SjOTS' SITUATED It , the .Jobastown road just in thp rear of the J.unatio Asylum. For terms inquire of James Q Bull, Mayor of the Cirof of CQlumbui , janlv-dtf ' .iilu Uu WINTER ARRANGEMENT. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. LITTLE MIAMI AND— Columbus & Xenia ianr Ik3 V i.atsSra-lWeiVa' jjwiywi RAILROADS, For Cincinnati, Dayton, and Chicago. With"t'rhnreof csr to DAYTON and RICH MOND, mdonlrnn change of oars toSTt . ) I0UIS, INDfANAl'OUS and , ' ' '' CHICAGO: ' , -. i; -,. 'I; fvni '-: !!' : 'i Oannil nflcr IVbrnnry 1mi,1H6'V 1 ; 1 Four Trains will run as follow j FIVE TRAINS DAI'.T FROM COLTJMBDS, . . i : .i. :FIRST TRAIN. -I' . (Daily except Monday,.) ' ' !" ' ' MAIL st 1:10 AvM Stopping at JeftVon, Ijon don, Charleston, Xenia, Jlorrow. Loveland, lliaml Till", ililfurd, aud arriving at Cincinnati at A.M. '- ( ... ... , SECOND TRAIN." , ..(Daily.) . . . ' Cincinnati. Dnrton. Richmond A:In dinnapoliaNicht Exprtjaa at4S40A. IvI. (Stopping at Jefferson, London.Charleston, Heltna, Cedarville, Xonia. Spring Valley, Oorwio. Freo- Cirt, Ft. Ancient, Morrow, South Lebanon, Foster ', ovcland and Milf rd, arriving at Cincinnati at 9:40 A. M. Also, stonn nr at all atations between X.nia and Ktohinond. arilvmg at. Kichmnnd at 10:20 A . M 'makina a iirtet omntoUon tor C'Meaao. arriving atLnicaootuv-AQJ'.M.," arriving at Indianapolis at 1:40 P, M., connecting for all points west- Thu train connect at Loreland with theM. it) K.H. fni Chlllbothe, Marietta. Acj conneo's at Cincinnati ;,kit.fk auu o r... u T.AM;. r.n..iiu. Cairo, Ac; also, at Cincinnati with tae D, S. Mail Line steamer, for Louisville, ,. ,., . .THIRD TRAIN. , .;i .,. ..... (Daily except Sundays.). J.. , Exnre.a ' for Cincinnati. Darton. Richmond & Indianapolis at liiiO a. HI. htipplnr at JclTorfon, London, Kclma.Cherles ton. Cailnrville. Xenia. Ki-rina Vallev.Corwin. Krea port. Ft. Anoient, Morrow, South Labanon, Fost er's, Milford, I'lamville, Llnwood; arriving at Cin cinnati at 6:30 P. M., connecting at Loroland with the M. A V. K. K. for (Ihillicothe, Hillsbpro, Ac, ar riving at Dayton at 3:3u P. M , Richmond at 6:40 P, M.. lndianaooli, 9 P. M.: oonuectinr at Riohmond for Chicago, arriving at Chicago at 7 jo P. M. ' FOURTH TRAIN. ' ., (Daily except Sundays.) ' ; Cincinnati Ac St. Louis Ezoreaa at l:tO 1. M. Stonnlnff at JolTnraon.. London. Charleston, Xonia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, South Lebanon, FoMer's, Loveland, Miltnrd; arriv ing at (,'iticlnnatl at 6:30 P. M.. making a direotoon- neotionfor St. Louis, Cairo, ljouisville, Ac, Con- noctmg at .London tor opruigneld- . t , Slocplng- Cara on Niajht C'iitcinnati. Train, for N. Tl. For further Information annlV at the Co- ambus Union Depot Ticket OHice.of ' HKNRV BKOOKS. TicketAgent, JN(. W. UOUEKTV, Agent. P.W.STBADKR, 1 , ; UWiiWA'rCJiioiMatt E. W. Superintendent, J Colnmbu yoc, e. 1865. 1865. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI itagAis'Vr'.'aar tni'VH CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Th.reo Train 3ally, i EXCEPT SUNDAY, From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the Little Miami Ar Columbiu & Xenia . IlsaUroaalit. . FIRST TRAIN. - ' "" NIOHT EXPRESS Uavee Columbus at 11:36 P. M. Will stop at Delaware, Aihley, Carding ton Uilead, Gallon, Crestline. Shelby, New Lindon. Vt ellinrton. Uraflon aud licrea, arriving at Clove- land at 6:10 A. M. 8EC0ND TRAIN. NEW TORK EXPRGSS-Leaves Columbna at 103U A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, Oalion. Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington and (irafton. THIRD TRAIN. MAIL AND EXPRESS-LeavesColnmbusatl:40 . M. Will stnn at all stations south of Shelbv.and at Shiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and uerea. CONNECTIONS. At Delaware with Springfield Branch for Soring field and all points on that road. 1 Al. Creallina with Pitbthiim. Ft. Wavna and CM. oago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti more. A iso tor Chicago. At Shelby, with rtandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all nointa on that road. Also, for Tola- do and Chicago. . . . ... . . ... . At Ural ton tor Toledo and (Jhicago. At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Kailroad for Erie. D unkirk. JUuHalo, New Vork and Boston. Patent Sieeplng Cans nre ran on all1 Nigrht IrainN to ajhicago, 1VW ' ' York and Botonw ATTBaggare checked through to New Tork and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New Vork, via Crestline. RETURNING j Night Express arrives at Columbus at 3:45 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 140 P. M. Columbus Accommodation arrives at Columbna at 96 P. M. i Fare aa Low a. bf uny other Root. - Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. E. 8. FLINT, ' " Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio, JAITIES PATTERSON, A rant. Columbus. Ohio. " Columbus, Ootober 23, 186&. . . 1865. 1866. WINTER TIME. CENTRAL OHIO iiiri.iimi!i'iiui! j tfifhKZ Between Columbus & Wheeling. CONNECTING VIA BEllAIRE ','... .. . '.' .!j WITH TBS '. I ' ' ' ' BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. . " FOB i Vaahlnfrton City-, Raltlmore, Phlla aeiputa, new isra, aaoeion, . . AND ALL -EASTERN ; CITIES; TlltS ROUTE OFFERS THE ' AilVAlvi ' tage of a through ticket and baggage check to Washington City, and also gives the passenger the privilege ot visiting Baltimore. Philadelphia and New lork, tttheoostof a New York ticket alone; or tke privilege of visiting all of tbe principal sea board eitiesat theoostof a Boston ticket alone, via other routes. ' i nr it n.i. . i.. i- Through tickets to New York can be prooumd via Washington City,' at an additional expense of 2. Q Two train, daily, Sundays excepted, leava Co lumbus as follows: 5:00 A. M.' .MORNING EXPRESS from Union Depot Arrives at Zauesville at 7:48 A.M.; Bel. aire atUi:10P. M.t Cumberland atUKJSP.M.; Baltuaora at 7:40 A. M.; Washington City at 8:45 A.M. , 8:35 P. M.'EXPRKSS'from Union Dopot Ar rive, at Zanesvilleat6 P. M-; llellaire at 9:40 P. M.i Cumberland at 847 A. M.j Baltimore at 6 JO P. M.; Washington at 7:40 P.M. ,... ,. tar Five trains daily (Sundays excepted' from Washington or Baltimore, for Philadelphia andNew York.'' ,i 4 i .'..'"' ' -Hi. j " ' Sleeping cart bn all night tralna.''t i i W Aak tor 'llckel. via, Vellalrc or tVlieellnK.'.,. , . .i.-.fit .-..; mi H.J.JEWETT, President. '. 1 ; J. Wf BUOH'M, Ueneral Ticket Agent. ... dec4'65 ';'.'.. i 1 .. ; . , . . . . .,, 1 1 .., , Horse Insurance Co. ! INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. I - , -l:J I, ! Branch'Offic'ColumbusjOhlo. j -j,,.-, - "mm 4 17NIOW IlllCaC I -v .' 1 1 if 1 t ii" 1 1 i" 1 : ' I Insures Horses, Mule and CatUa against Loss ky jThel't and Death. ' . . . Agents and Detectives Wanted In every County In the Stat. "'" novll-dtf MACHINE UTITCIUNti, o F Va!L1, " kihdrdcno'at No, aJ6 South Hig,h street I-atronize'llome institution if "it"' ' ,,i,("4 1 1 1 ' "" T i--i i ii-.jhmi '. HOME JNSURAQE , CpMPAI., v a OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. AUTHORIZED OxTJICE"! IN UNION. $ ii ? -: nsures Against Loss or Damage by , Fire and Lightning. Business Confined to the rnin rrnnpimrJ rirvnpn xax? 1 the mot approved and eoononicsl plan, taking ri.ks only in First Clas Detached' Property, Farm Buildings, Private Dwelling, and their Content, making it safer than those insuring Mills, Factories, Wooden Hows, and other property of similar haiard.'. It Isthechlof aim of tbe Direttnra to do rsfft rather than a large business, as being a surer guarantee to permanency and of greator ultimate succes. Their rule is to settle all Ime promptly and fairly, and In soliciting pitrnnage, do so with the firm eon Tiction that the plan adopted by them will make the Company permanent and safe to It, policy holder DinjaoTonai now. namur.ij UAUliUnAX, UoIUmDUS. V. ... J.EWIS OASS. Ksq V do. - ' 1 ..B. 4 ' 4- -.i i--do. (..;, t t fAlJSA.il. MANW.Aania.O., , .. , , " o-pidnnsi ,. .,, SAMUF.LGALLOWiY pRgBipant. V:,'f. LEWIS CASS. Vic PaaajBgNT. ... , sept4'06-d6inAwlia - rlHllIII i J '1 . 9 I rrwu tM r lawSowoal , nfe L . " .7 r w , 7i ' I ', "H'llL.., .-"V ..' ( ... ... ,!, ti ' I It, ff ,i ;: BY THE STATE. . j: ; ,j !.')A"i" BLOCK. IIIQII STltEJT. .v J i P -..i, . j - .' r - First ciass property witnin .State. I rs ,1 1 t" il nl ll I' rtirvTiinr,. ronniTT its RI'HNESS it'll K.II TO'! r it' iirio I v. bv l licit, igcrcnanr, voiuumm, r I J R. HUBRELL, Mem. of Congress, Delawar. BUTLER. Mfrchant, Columbus, O AT.EX. H. HANLET. Gknval AoBNT. W. A. HANLEY. Afts'T Uxnekai, Augur. ., D. H. HURRAH D, Secretary. Woolen Maniifactiiring TAKES THIS METHOD TO IN form their fellow oitisens that they still' carry en the Manufacturir.g business, and ' that the'4 bare on band a variety of Hummer ' and WtnterOoo's, suan s r i ,. : j i . . I'lnln A, I'ancy Cuoaimereo, , ' Ioe.klnav '" . , i .- Ball net, "'""";,.',;';;',' Jeans, ! i, f .Flannel, an 4; . t .... . , 3 -- . . ' "' Which they oner at Wholesale aa well af Re- tail, at prices to suittbe time..- ....,, rney sancit mo paironaaeoi toeoommnm tyat large, and ak thereby tbe encou:ae mentof home induitry. .-,. "; WOOL bnusht at air times or exchanged for Goods at Cash price. Socrstarv and Treasurer. 6ot26-dm HOT AIR FURNACES PETER MARTIiVS .. Patent Improved ' - Hot Air : ' Prroaees, FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE USE. ' For Wood or Coal. , THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC i called to the above Furnaces as they combine ventilating with heating qualities. The inventor has, after years of experiments, suc ceeded in perfecting what he claim to be the best Furnace now in uxe. Among its many advantages over the ordinary Furnaces, are: The 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 bent in heated walls and hot metal chambers. Improved Water Chambers, which keep up a steady supply of moiaiure, which overcomes the great objection to ordinary Hot Air Furnace. : The castings are heavy, and strongly bolted to gether, guaranteeing durability under any degree of neat. Particular attention I called totheSELF-RKOTJ-' L AT I N G A Rli A f. GE M K N T of this Furnace, which has been pronounced by scicntilio men to be the BEST EVER MADE.,; Wf Every Furnace warranted to give entire sat isfaction. .. : 4.. REFERENCES 1 ... By permission, refer to the following parties, who have the Furraces in use: . J. R. Davey, eorner John and Hopkini streets, Cincinnati, B. Roth i Co., St. Nicholas, corner Fourth and Race street, Cincinnati. . J. EUas, Fourth street, near John, Cincinnati. M. Eckert, Bank street, Cincinnati. N. L. Bernard, Court struct, near Freeman, Cin cinnati. G. W. Rechtin, Pike street, Cincinnati. Gilmore, Dunlap A Co., Bankers, Fourth street, Cincinnati. J. F. Hendv, Covington, Ky. ' . ," . ,' ' Glasser A Bro, Fourth stieet.near Bmlth, Cincin nati, Mn.-Clcarwater, Dayton street, Cincinnati. WiUiamDoane.Ciroleville.Otiln. f : . r , J. Not tar, of the firm of Koluw Nettor A CtwCIa- cinnati. . A. N. Riddle, Cincinnati. ..." : , .. , , i Van Vliok, Cincinnati. . . . Mr. Smith, of the Firm of Smith A Ditson, Cin cinnati. M. Fechiemer, Eighth street, near Vine, Cinoin- nM."N.Megrue, Milford. OhW .1 '; ' J 1 1' E. S. Blasdel, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.. .1,1 ,' v.. -, ' J. Bast, Architect, Cincinnati, i t . Mr. Moore, Arohitect, Cincinnati, i , . Walter A Stewart, Cincinnati, l'icknt A Son. Cincinnati. Anderson, A UannaforJ, Cincinnati. n , The Warm Air Furnaoe minufactured fox me by Peter Martin, could not easily be excelled, making the atmosphere as pleasant as summer, is free from sinoke or gas. and costs for fuel but a mere trifle. JAMES CALHOUN, Alderman, ., .. , 12th Ward, Dayton ftroet, Cinoinnatl. Mt.Notrb Damb, RgAMtto, Onto,! . . - November lOtb, 1M61. Ma. Martjm.- This is to certify that we tried the Furnaoe you built for us, and are satisfied with it. Our room are amply heated. Yours, respectfully, : . .; ..rTsWTERS NOTRE DAME. , "' ' ;:; Cincinnati. April J8, 1P64. ', Having nsed, during the past winter, the Hot Air Furnace manufactured and put up by Mr. Peter Martin, I willingly testify to the very general satis faction Una. given n... 3 Q CIJIjBERTSoSr;' ! c '' ' !' 1 388 West Sixth Street. I haveused for two winters Mr. Peter Martin's Hot AirFurnacein my dwelling, and am wellyatisfied with its operation, . .., ...... GRIFFIN TAYLOR. If tt were necessary, 1 might refer to thousands of others, not alone in Cincinnati, but throughout Ohio and the other States. . . My Furnaces are made to burn, Coal, Coke, or Wood: and I have quite recently invented a Fire Pot, which is put intoachFuraace being a very f reat improvement on anything hitherto known, it constructed of large Fire tricks, 16 Inches square and 4 inohas thick: and plant) of space is givea outi side of it, and within the Furnace, for the free cir culation of oold air, to that it ia Impossible to crack It or burn it out. t . ,. , Smoke) Conenmlnsr ' Coal and Wood n- ;,: Hot Air I urnuce. ..t ..-. . 'Furnaces altered and repaired. i3 Galvanised Iron Cornicos and Gntterf. ' : Tih, Corrugated and Sheet Iron and State Roofer. (Jorrugated Iron Doors and Shutters,:! in ' '. Bf Full particulars regarding price, Ae can be obtained at my store. No. 1411 West Filth street, or at the oflioe of the Burnot ilonne. , ... PETER MARTIN. -. No, lit West Fifth street, between Raw and Elm, Cincinnati. . jnchti'as-dlj . Sherift's Sat.r-.-w.: Henry Bohwetikr t Court of Common Fleas of vs. , iii;,) Fianklin County,, -; Jonathan Boyer et al.) Ohio. TN PURSUANCE Or1' AN ORDER OF SALtt X from mid Court to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at publio auction, at the door of the Court House, in theolty of Columbus. on Wednesday, the'14th day of March," A. K r irn r- 18Cfl, ! r ." ' .' : ; "1 atSryalookB. M., the following desciibed-real es tate, to-wit: The eat half of lot -number thirty three (33) in Bartlit. Hubbard and Smith's addition to the city of Columbus, in said Franklin county, Ohio; 1 1 ; : 1 V Appraised at l,7o0. i.. ,,v, , mm ", t I Printer's fees 4 60 ,.00 KZQn&(to febS-dltAwtd . . , , LOTS FOR1 SALE, h:h.. f.l ! V. ... i, , , 1 . ,-. 1 , i I AM OFFEniHO FOR SALE ON EASV terms,' a lot of land Which I have jtlrt sub divided into loU of from ' ; ' ' ' .j' i ' ',','. . Foar.to Seven Acres Each, , glttlato on fUe WnWhingfon Plkel i qdaftet1 of a mile lrom the Corporation of Columbus, aod extend ing east across the Kailroad, and situate on both id.sof a road which extends from the Wortbingten Piketothe.WesterwiileFike. ' .. . t , i. ,, n.ui.n .u l'ji,iii,ir) -' I I mi. t decU-dt W. L. McMllLIN.J- I ' Master Commissionei's Sale. : :PHvr P. Tong , , Court of Cmrinirm Pleai jrarccil. Curta et.1.5 Franklin Count,. Obie,,; IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OFi sale from said Const in the above mentioned eae, to me directed, 1 will oiler lor sale at pubiie' auction, at the door of the Court Hnue,. in eity of Columbus, Franklin county, Ohio, on Monday, the 26th lv of Marcjt, A. ,Ji 1886, ., at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described real Lots numbers twelve (15) and thirteen (13) In Sorin's subdivision of lots numbers one (1) and two. HI) in WllC.m PHa1i'. nil, li, inn tn thn nit, of do-' lumbus, Ohio. Appraised at tBOO 60. ' i . ri Pr,ut.r'.fea,.4.60. DomQkV 8bwIir. febig-dltAwM Administrator's . Sale. . r t IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER granted br the Probate Court of Kranklin coun ty, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at publio auction, on the ' ' 5th day of Nlarcb, , ' . At I o'clock P. M., on the premise., the following described real estate, situate in the county Franklin, State of Ohio, to-witt i Lot No. twelve in Grove Citr, Franklin county, Ohio, reference being hail to tbe recorded plat said town of Grove City, in the Recorder' AUce said county. . ... ..,, i Appraised at $575.60 ' Terms of Sale Ono-half Inland, one-half in one year I rem tbe day of ralo.with intereHt, to be secur ed by mortgaie upon the premises sold, i . .. . i. February , W06. ,-.' 'I'jL- Ihh AMANDA 8. ALLEN, Administratrix of the E,tate of Cha. Allen, deo'd. it ankin A Wylib, Atty's for Petitioner. feh-dltAw4w Sheriff's Sale., ,. Goorge W. Ingham vs. am Court of Common Pleas of Franklin Co William 0. Stevens et at.) ' Ohio. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER FROM SAID Court to me directed. I will offer for sale at pub lit auct on, st the dourot the Court House, in the city of Columbus, on ' Wednesday, the HttiTJay. of March; A. D. , , . ... Jsco, , .1 all o'clock t, M., the followiqi described real es tate, to-wit: . . ... -1 , ' Situated ia Franklia eouaty. State of Ohio, and in Sharon townsuip,ecertaui tract or parcel of laod it being part Of boo, ion No. 4, intownsblp No.;a, In range No.-18, and being the weit rart of lot N a. 4 of the sub-division of said section: No. 4, bounded as follows: Beg nningata post in the north line of Hays' land, southwest cornerto sa d lot No- ir and running thence with tbe we t line of said lot north degroe 30 minute, eaut Ho pole to a pot and a beech tree, northwest corner to said lot No S; thence with the north lino of said lot south 88degreea30minutea, east. 46 poles to arost in said line: thence with Wal ter lliirwcll', west line south 1 degree 31 minute,, west HO pole toa post in tbe south line otemd lot No. 3; thenoe with said liuer.ortb 88 degree 30 min utes, west 45 68-too poles to the beginning,, contiq inntiU acre, mora r le. - ' '.. ing 1J aero, mora r le. A pprai ed at '-' per acre Piinter's fees 00 . , . i t hi u vr WM. DOMIGMC."'; -1 :i j i .Shoriif. . . - i-'l ul fobMltAwid Incorporation Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Ao PE TITION has been presented to the Commis sioners of Franklin county for the incorporation of the town of Canal Wiaehertev, in the township of Madison and county of Franklin. Tbe territory proposed to be ii eorporated is bounded and describ ed as follows, visi . A partof the southeast quarter of section So, township1 No. 15, range No. 30, begin ning at the northeast corner of the oatlieat quavJ tor of said section on the section line; thence wost on the half section line to the northwest corner of said quarter section: thence south on the half sec tion line to the soutliKont corner of said quarter section; thence east to the section line to a stone, the oorncr between the land of OUve Shortt and George Derr, it being the center corner of nut-hit , 3- t.hencn north to the town Dlat: .thfin.a in a southeasterly direction along tho south endk of in lets to the southeast corner of lot No. 66; thenca' aerth on the east line to the road: thence in a south easterly direction to the section hue; theuoa north, i said seotion line to the place of beginning." An acouiate map of the proposed incorporation oan be seen altne county auaitor a ouice. , The bearing in said petition will be nad at the Count? Auditor's oflioe in Coliimhus. on the 30th day of' March next.' .' ' ' PETITIONERS, jan37-w6w - " Notice in Partition. ANNA DOROTHEA III.tPKBERi.Ali , DREW.WORLKr, Anna Worley, William Henry Hinderer and Nicholas William llindcrer, of Franklin County, O i are hereby notified that a pe tition was filed against them on the 7th dav pf No-, vember, A. D. 15, in tbe Court of Common Fleas, within and for the county of Franklin, State of Ohio, by Nicholas Hindi-rer, and is now pending, wherein the said Nicholas Hinderer demands partition of the following real estate, situate in the City of Calum bu. Franklin Countv. Ohio, to-wit: Commaneina on Friend street, south-west comer of Jno. j Schil ling's lot, ooi veyed to said Schilling by A. IMiltten den, by deed of April 30, 1854; thence west with the norta line ot sat a triena street ji leet; tneneo North at risht ansles 1871 feet: thence cs..t Darallat With the North lino or Friend street 31) feet; thenca South with the West line of said Sohi ling's lot 187 feet to the beginning. And that at the next, to-wit the March term, 1860, of said Court, the said Nicho las Hinderer will apply for an order that partition, may be made of said premises. Liatau luis uta day o( January, A. 1H vm.' 5 1 , A. B. AI.KKKV, " JanlO-dltAwOw Attorn""! for Petitioner. A SPLENDID STOdit:' FILL; AND; WINTER GOODi: HUNTER'S EMPOIUUM ,irNd. T HAVE JUST RECEIVE, A LARPKt AnaTeauoa w4u,aelMt41toekof ),,,,',. :.l RlE'A0Y( MADE CLOTHINC, i'H Made In the best style and of the best material, . Ail of which 1 will tell at the - ' ' ' ' 1 .' LQ WEST CASh' P11ICES, ' CaU and examine niy goods'.'""' "' ha ii. hi . i ULidOl . ' , t tnnv nriMiroii 1 -i tiw'tna 1-Bouthliighi It' 11 A Xi l, a. titrawt"