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' (UfVAftlABtT CT ADVAKCa.) , , ,'
,11 f per Tw...... ( M
fTBt l imnr.Mf WW
. Tr4-- mxiv. a.
Weekly, oBooojy.thre months, for
.. . i months, for..i.
' one year, (or . .
will peyil towboever will send Aeoplea with
tl M to whoever will tend lOeopies with
.00 to whoever will lend Weepies with
$4.00 to whoever will lend 60 oopies with....
1 ,' 'OR WILL KKP A8 ,y01AOW t
, leopy, tiree monthi, for........J...'.. v
. li e WMnthe, for....
. . " on Jeer, fog. . i . . .............
"'eeoplos.,. . .;,.....
10 " ' " - , I
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Rates of Advertising.
" Teh tines of Nonpaeell, or X look ipK, eonstitute
. eqaar. . , , t
;, ' DAILY. ; - .,: -
For each lnertlon, per square, 76 oent
Notices of Deaths, 60 cent. - i
I'Notiresof MarTiages,50oeuti.' ,'
'' Religious Notioea 60 sent.
Advertisement. InnArtjwi .vere ntber dav. mn
third day, and once a week, will beobarged 11.00 per
qnare, eachlnsertlon, .
' Business Notices In Local column, 10 eentseeriine
or eaoh insertion. No Notioe leu than f J.oo. ... ....
,r , w WEEKLY.'. , '
t1,5pqsar each Insertion. ' '
Business Netksee MeenUperllna each Insertion.
Jin Notice low than $1.00. . i
Ial advertisements will be oherged regular rate.
1 sTsT All tbakm.kt advertisement mart be Mid
for, hereafter-at the time they are ordered, other
wise they will aot appear io the paper. Thi rale
wUlberigidlyadberedteiaaUoasee. There will be
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrlral and departure of train at 0
lam baa, Ohio. On and after February lit, IMS,
train will ran a follow i ,
Little) BfiaaU Ac Celasa ftn. Xaala B.H.
f' '" ' ' J ; ItlTl. ' ARRITll
MaH. 1:10A.M. 1:25 P.M.
Night Express..;.. ,)A. M. laSP.M.
Pitubargh Rxptwrt. 11:10 P. M.. ' 11 JO P.M.
CincinnaUIxpreas....... 1:40 P. M ' 10:10 A. ii.
ir , , JOHN W, POHERTY.tent, .
'Cler.iaaa, Calaasbn. ClaUl it. It. -
Night Express... ...... .1.1135 P. M. 1:45 A. M.
f ew York Express..,.. ..1(:M A. M. lio P. M.
Mail aud Express : 1:40 P. M. 925 P. 14.
: JAMES PATTERSON Agent,
Central Okie Rallroae.--
Jtornlng Express , 5:00 a. M. 18:18 A.M.
Mail and Expreu 1:33 P. 11. 13:00 Noon.
W. J. FELL. Agent.
tPUUkari, Celmaaka. Cla'tl R. H.
MaH and Aeeommodatlon. . 5-00 A.M. "KM A. M.
iow York Kxprene :3A P. M. nonn.
VaxtNioht Exprm. 11:40 P.M. 1S:1A.M-
Thi train ran Sunday nifht and not on Satar
J. B. PETERS. A lent,
ijalaaaaa aad lndlanapalla Central
1H Expwt... ........... .15:30 P.M. 1:0" P. M.
PittKhnrt Express.... i0 A. M. 11:11 P. M.
Nifht Bxprex KSI0A.M. 4:40 P.M.
Piqna Accommodation 6:00 P. M. 10:10 A. U.
O. A. HILL.Atent.
aadlaekT Naaaficlel at Newark B. K.
Arrlral at and drpartnre from Newark:
PaomnjiwExpre. ....... 6:30 A, M. 11.00 P. M.
Mail and Expreee. M:0Y.M. 4:16 P.M.
AocoaiuuKlation 7:30 A. M. 6:16 P, M.
A. W. DENNIS. Aitent.
M. H. MANN,
ATXORIVJhiY AT LAW,
No. 117 South High St.,
BOTlg-dlyl CP UTAIRS.
. E0BERT HUTCHESON,
ATTORNEY AT LA.W,
v , Paraane' BalMlaa;,
' B-d4m. - .
GEO. W. ANDREWS,
Attorney : and Counsellor at Law,
I AaglaJaa f!a., O.
rraeUeaf la the Cov of Woctw Ohla
GEO. W. MEEKER,
DSTICE OF THE PEACE AMD ROTARY PUBLIC,
', Cupenter'i Block, No. 117 South High fit,
. : ' (OppoeiU Fint National Bank.)
, WILLIAM Wi HESS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 117 South High St.,
EDWARD T. DeLANT,
v Attornev at Law.
WIM; PHOHIPTLY ATT END TO
..all Professional business intrusted to hi care.
OFFICE In Paracni' Building Sontbwo t Cor
ner High and Town Street, Colombo, Ohio.
. SAUL S, HENXLE,
Xttoiiivey at law,
1 CJOlMJMnuSI, O.
WILL PRACTICE Hi THE SCPHEJIE
and Inferior (urts. and will collect claims
acain't the Slate and Federal Government.
OFFICE Ao 1 Odeon Buiidisf. , oppnsita the
State Hwase. - 'norlT-dly
.. OTTO DRESEL,
Attorney at Law & Notary Pnllie
Ff ICE,I. t47 iaath Hlch Streak
Iff Buaineaa done in the English and German
lantusajea. Special attention (irea bo Colleationi,
Partition, and boaine io the Probate Court.
Corner of nigh k Cherry Streets,
' ; COLUMBUS, OHIO.'
VOLTTEY SHAW. - Proprietor.
jana drf . . c
A. W. DOLSON,
FOURTH wTREIt. BET. ffM 'l STMinOP.E.
, , . . , . . CINCINNATI, O.
THIS HOTEL IS OHE OF THE MOST
Miitnl ftnrl anmfnrtehla in the aitV. CetlVa
ienttotne Poototnoe, Telegraph Ollioe, Pike's Opera
louse. The Htreei Cars pm w! Hotat every Ave
minate. Kind Landlords, attentive Clerks, prompt
Waiters and good Bill of Fare. Meals at all hours
a.nit.iiMts: ACTUM VOUtiG.
l)Aii Jloie. 1 Clark ' 1'topri,3r5.
AtlBH.a.. . a. TTHwa,- -Late
of Mason Co., Ky Of Maysviile, Aj.
, . -Late of Mk bterlinA, r. " 1 : ' '.'
Merchants? : lldtcl
Alicia'- 5ZLS0I- & .-.ProprtetOMr
. r i , r
. rifts 'fetii")iwr,; fftfiai. f
"TM House having beefl thoroughly rapatjal
.novated ami newly fiuaiahed io now opea. "
O.' Be STONE,
-lTTHOIF9l,l3 AH HETAIl. DEAL'
VV Kit 1n Tohaceo, Citr Meeroohaum and
Brier Root Pipes, Tobaoco Bag, Boxes, Ac,
NO. 135 SOUTH HIGH STREET,
N ext Door to Goodule House, kept by A. W. Dolson )
A. WAG NEK,
TVBALER I!f riNE FAMIIiY
AJ Urocerie. W ine, liquors, j;
Tcbaooo. Ae. Frenh Fish, Oyster,
Game of all kinds, in their aeason.
. ALSO, MANUFACTURER OP CARPETS,
No. ITS Houtb High atreet, Columbai, Ohio.
Jt. W. III.LIT.
& LILLE Y,
BOOK BINDERS, PRINTERS,
BLANK BOOR MANUFACTURERS.
South High Street, Oners House Building,
BANK EXCHANGE SALOON,
SOUTHEAST COB. OF HIGH STATE STREETS,
J. II. DAY1DS0N, - - Proprietor,
Oystera. TTisli, Game, &zct
in tHKie eiABOH.
lOT Meals served np at all hours, on the roost rea
sonable terms, oeoi.-qom
D. C. PATRICK,
(Late Adjutant Ohio Volunteers), Anthorited Agent
i- , , lor i am vviicciiun ui an
CLASSES OF MILITARY CLAIMS.
PARTICrLAR ATTENTIOl. PAID
to the Collection of LOCAL AND OTHER
BOUNTIES. He has a areat experience in Local
Bounnty matters, and is perfectly confident of giv
ing entire satisfaction. ...
OFFICE No. 1 IT South High street. In Law of
fice of Galloway A Rusb, Columbus, Ohio.
KNOLL & REEMERS'
Confectionery and Restaurant,
No. 803 South lllcti Street,
Next Doar Saath ml the Union Block.
PARTIES SUPPLIED WITH CON
fectionery. Bon Bona, Cakes and Fruits of all
kind at the shortest notice, alaJfaillard style.
A splendid Restaurant is established in connection
with the Confectionery. Game, fi.h, oysters and tne
delicacies of the season served to order at all hours
of day and evening. We invite the patronage of
the citisens of Columbus.
HELP SUPPLIED, HOUSES FOB
Rent and Sale, at the
Columbus Accommodation Bank, Loan, Intel
ligence and Real Kstate Office,
NO. S3 EA8T STATI STRgFT,
Money Loaned on all kinds of Goods left on deposit.
All kinds of help furnished at very short notice
Houses, Store'. Farms, and all kinds of Real Ks
tate for sale ana rei.t.
peer Commnnication hyletteraddressed Box 167,
Columbus, Ohio, will me t prompt attenti
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
1,1 C. LILLEY &CO.,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. North Illeh Street,
NEW RESTAUR A NT
ED. LANE, - - - Proprietor.
j . DEALER IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC WINES,
j LIQUORS, AND CIGARS,
j . Of the best quality, at
; No. 10S Sonth Uigh Street,
j . Near the Oiera House, Columbus, Ohio.
. i. KICILT. flAMURL R. RICKLT.
RICKLY & BROTHER,
! COLUMBUS, OHIO.
ALLOW- INTEHKST OPI TIME DE
posits, sell Exchim eonall important cities in
Kurope a well as the United States, and Passage
Ticket by Williams A Guion's line of steamers to
aud from Liverpool A Queenstown. novlB-ufim
F. W. HTTMTINOTOIt.
D. W. D8HLER.
P.- W. HUNTINGTON & CO,
Corner of High and Broad Street,
DO A 6ENIBAL
Banking and Collection Business.
Gowmmcnt Bonds, Coin & Uncurrent Money.
Have constantly on hand
All Kinds of ReTenue Stamps.
A HlLxr.LIJD WTOCK
nil AND WINTER GOODS
-" ' ; 'at -'"' '
No. 220 South High St.
Tit AVE J(JT RECEIVED A LARGE
X "e of the finest Fall and Winter Goods ever
brought to Ibis city.
Ihav also a well selected stock of .
j READY MADE CLOTHINC,
liade in the best style and ef the best material.
Ail of which 1 will sen at tne
' LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Call and examine my goods.
.-' - ' JOH1THUKTER.
Me South High street'
B. . IMOflLBT.
tliicUoa & Commission Honss,
KENT ic t KUTGSLEY
HAVE ASSOCIATED THEBISELVES
for the purpose of carrying on a general
Auction and Commission Business,
' A.tKnt'ol4saBd ; u '
HOI. 10 112 XAST X0W1 STREET,
of Fonrtb nO Tw itreeti, Co-
BLUIi US. M.UVJ U I VW f inajiat si wutiva u uw Bwaw us
10USES, LOTS, FM1S, STOCK,
!' Hone,CH?eipf urnitr,rj( kinds of Mer-
ebaadlM, . mMciuicu;uuiu yi wiai aavm iA skv mumtf
Aootioa itooins J - , -
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
Lveuings ; also, every Tuesday, Thursday and sat-
rysttonu eg. -si. '(-!(- y 7 :n,!( '(
ilad'e'on alt eoniigoed good. IT neoeuagy. ,
THE ATTENTION OF DEALERS,
Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain
ng choice Teas at reasonable rates, is respeotf ally
ireotea to our . ,
.;.! COMPLETE ASS0RTMEKT Of .
GREEN, BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS.
Which we offer in original nsokaces. nr In onantl
ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying
tnat we never lau to meet ail reasonaoie expeota
tions, and while orders are constantly coming in to
"lust such Tea as you sent us before,"
complaints rarely occur. Persons who, as a matt
of taste, or from hygienic considerations, use Bla
Tea, often find it difficult to get a good artiole.
B L ACK TE AS
cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa
tion for us wherever wo nave sold tnem. ,
OUR NATURAL LEAFS"
are of the purest nd sweetest chops, and being
cured in the sun are free from the deleterious ef-
fects produoed by contact with oopner.
A fnll line of staple and fancj Groceries always
on band at lowest market prioee.
BROOKS, STEARNS & CO.
lYo. 873 South. TUgl. Ht.
auoM (Corner Friend. ' -
1'1'OLl, MILES & MMALsS,
dUOOESSORSTO GEO. A WM.MoDONALD)
Na. 121 Soatn High Street.
PS0PSIST0B8 OF THE COLUMBUS P0WTEB
AGENTS FOR THE SAajE OF THE
A MEDBGRV WHITK WHB VT FLOUR. ,
Lgents for the sale of Uardner,! upps A C. s on
gar Cured Hams.
CHOICE FAMILY GB0CEB1ES
Of every Description, Imported and DomestiJ.
Fine Wines. Cordials. Manors, Began, Olive Otis,
Sardine, etc. AT Ail goods ielivered free of
MccuLin, mii.ES Ac McDonalds,
marl dlv No. 114 South High St.
WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE,
Liquors of all Kinds.
TEN YEAR OLD BOTJRRON WniS.
ky. Thirty barrels pure 10 years old Bourbon
Whisky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure to U
of the best brands. Will be sold by the demijohn,
keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and othtr
Liquors, by ...... ... ..
tUA s Cj M-i M-i mi J W3iS tX, njejayasi
eoMl 824 South Hitrh ttret.
Designer and Engraver on Wood.
VIEWS OF BUILDINGS,
Executed In the highest style of the Art.
S B A Ii S
For Lodges, Notaries Publio, Coanty Officers. Ac,
executed in the best possible manner.
OKFICE-107 South High s'rect. Room No. 10
Third story Johnson building, Columbus, Ohio.
C. C. SHARP, M. D.,
Eclectic Physician & Surgeon
HAVING LOCATED IN COLTJJTIHTJS,
respectfully tenders bis professional services
to the citisens thereof and vicinity.
Dr. Sharp bees to make this pinposition to all
those whoareapfUioted with all the various forms of
Chronio Diseases peculiar to thisrountry:
First rorevery patient afflioted, whom I will un
dertake and promise to core, and whom I fail to
cure. I will agree to give such patient the sum of
One Hundred Dollars, provided the said patient will
guarantee me One Hundred Dollars, payable
when ne cure is compieiea.
oFFiCK On Fourth street, between state and
Broadway, in Mr. J. Miller's office.
S. BARMORE & CO ,
GREAT WESTERN DETECTIVE Po
lice Agencv. Rooms Nos. 6 and 6 Carpenter's
Building, Mo. 117 South High street Columbus,
Ohio. . ,v.
Established for the detection oi criminals, tne
Rnnmrer. of I .out nr Stolen Prnnertr. the nrosecu-
tinn of Police business generally, aud the Collec
tion of Claim. .
All bnaines Intrusted will be faithfully and
promptly executed, and upon terms oommensurate
wun services renoerea.
riatisfaeiory reterenee can oe given-
LIBERAL REWARDS will be paid toany person
giving information leading to ine attention oi
Crin e. or the recovery of Lotor Stolen Property.
Also, every eourtesv and aid will be extended to
the authorities of this and other cities visiting this
Auction and Commission Room
THE UNDERSIGN ED HAVE OFENED
an Auction and Commission Room at
No. 141 Kiiat Town Street,
where they are prepared to do a general Auction
and Commission business.
Sales of all kinds oi property prompuy aueuaeu
to, either in city er country.
Household Furniture sold every market morning
Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on the
shortest notice and most reasonaDie terms. ,
TURNKY ft SIMON,
mchl-lf No. 144 East Town Street
1865. EAST. 1866
THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS
VIA STEUBENVILLE AND PANHANDLE.
It now open, and offer to travelers the shortest
quioaest ana mue mwui. w -
Pittsburg, Han-Lour-, uaitlxaara,
Wsublngton City, Pniiaaeipnia,
. : , , New Verk aad Koatea. .
Thre. Trains Aaily from. Wnlon DepoMSnndayi
a A V PTPTlltKS Arrive-at Plttaburg3:15 P,
X. Leaves 4:3S P. M. .Arrives at .HamsburgS:4S
A. M-t Philadelphia T A. J.; isaiMrm-re t . .:
Wash ngton City A. M.s New Yert evia Ai
Unlown) 100 A! kL: viaPhiladelphUUKK) M.
'2:3S P. M. DA? EXPRES8-(81eping' Car
r iuImim Ln. Alfoon.' Arrives at Coshoeton
10 P.M.! Pittsburg UtA-M.; Harrlsbura 130
V M 'Arrives al Philadelphia l -P. M.t Balti.
"i.riP rvA.hln.ton Cits 10:10 P. fj New
ork (via AlUijtown);? t'.M tvj Philadelphia)
1047 P. II.' ' " ' ' ' .!! 1"
,,..,nv V TinnTNlNO EXPRESS (Sleen-
Ing Car freiiiorumbas to Pittsborg). , - Arrives at
I Pittsburg 8:20 A, M.i Harrisnurgeaw r., rnuar
kuVlshiaW0A.il.; Hew,Yor6A... is -
BAGGAGE CITECKFtr TlTROTJGlI,
l-SS- Aale-? fof TIcUe" Tl Steal
OeaTille aad Pauhaadie, . , , ,,
i.v.inii.l. i JOHN DDR AND.
1 WlTieketAgt. . . .fcra'i-SBt
Every: Faracr .Bead.
THE AGRICULTURAL .
TAKE LEAVE TO 1 DIRECT THE
1 . attention of the Farmers of Ohio and the
W est generally, to their large stock of
Uneaualed by any manufactured In the United
States in point of utility, strength of oonstraotioo,
adaptation to tne purposes mtendod, and
Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
Cinr Plow, mrm m.nnfmelnrAil with ffreat eare bv
experienced artisans, and approved by all practical
Agriculturists who have used them. ,. ,
THE ENGLISH STEEL PLOW,
Now In great demand, la justly celebrated for its
form, lighUies of draft, turning a sniooih furrow 01
from 9 to 14 inohes in width, land from T to 0
inches in depth, as may be desired. These Plows
are mad from the best ENGLISH STEEL, With
wrought Iron Standard, of groat strength, and none
but the best wood, imported from distant localities,
famous for ita growth of the toughost qualities.
WILLSOJ COMMTM PLOW,
nas Wooden Standard, German Steel Mold-board
and Landside, and Share of oold blast Iron. The
draft is one hundred pounds lighter than any other
Plow capable of the same work, owing to its peculi
arity of make, and will not break, with fair usago,
in the most stubborn soils. 1 .
We cannot too highly recommend these Plows,
whioh are made, as all other implements of our man
ufacture, from superior materia s. Its shape and
curvature of Mold-board is suoh as to insure light
draft, thorough pulveritation of soil, and complete
covering of all undergrowth. , ..
COTTON & SHOVEL PLOWS,
Of which we manufactire a great varloty, are of
the most appioved recent inventions.
In this department, as in others, no establishment
In the country can compete with us. From the
ONE IIORSK FINE TOOTH EXPANDING CUL
TIVATOR, by theway an excellent implement, we
msnufnoture Lerper and Kidder's .TW 0 11OKSE
RIDING CULTIVATOR, and the w plvt ultra of
all. HA WORTH'S ARM CHAM CULTIVATOR,
on which the operator, be he a disabled n n or boy,
can ride as easy as in a boggy, and perform more
work and do it better man can do uone witn two or
dinary implements and two stout men.
McCUNE'S CORN PLANTER,
Justly characterised "the Wonder of the Age,"
which for ebeapnos, simplicity of construction and
exact performance, besides doing s much work as
any two other Corn Planters erer offered to the farm
ing community, renders it justly a favorite with all
KCsty n. X 13L O 0 -
We are now prepared to ma' e for the coming
season SEIDLE'S INDEPENDENT SPhINU
TOOTH HAY RAKK, which is h ghly commended
by all who have used it as a treat labor-saving im
plement, simplo in construction, and doing its work
rapidly and clean, with the aid of a boy or girl from
U to Uj ears ol age.'
HAYDEN'S WATER DRAWER.
This Water Drawer, in addition to its cheapness
en.iinir lm th.n a ouiiiD. and far better in overr re-
speivt, the water being always pure from the free
current of air, is, in fact, a superior article for the
purpose. Every household should have one.
DAVISON'S WINDMILL CHURN,
An indispensable in every dairy. With its use more
butter is produced, aua wun inuca ium m.u ouo
fourth the labnrof any other chnrn now in use. It
is cheap, and one will last a lifetime w th care.
SORGHUM OR MAPLE EVAPORATOR, the
la'est improvement, patented by Root A Ileal, is far
suporior to all other Evaporators now in use. We
are sole agents for the State of Ohio, and enabled to
m.nufi.rnrfi .t. Ipss than half the cost of others.
and warrant iU performance to give satisfaction.
nilSPEr.T.AVEnnS We also manufacture
ior..nit lUnnpr. Hickorv Hamlles of every de
scription, Trunk Strips, Well Buckets, Ac, Ao.
farming implements, wagons, ao., ropuireu iu
the best manner.
Orders rrom a distance promptly attended 10.
Price Lists forwarded by mail, free of postage,
wben desired. ,
Liberal inducements given to oeaiers.
Onr motto is, "Small profits and quick returns."
Office and Factory: West end of Nation.l Road
.lOIlrt SHORT. Sup't,
THE P H CE N I X
STATE OF OHIO,
Year Ending December 30, 1865,
Having an Agonoy in the State, devoted to Fire In
LOSSES PAID IN 1805,
Cash Assets, January 1st, 1866,
THE TEST OF ITS) liATInl.m.
the solid service it has rendered patrons, and
. .hiiitv tn nui thron.h seasons Prolific of con-
oi i no
nagraiioii., wuu nvwr p u w 1 -
tarn.ted. mav be inferred from a perutal of the fol
. f. I. t .1 R, , V., m,..ft In.
lowing figures of -
Minnesota . . . .
N . Hampshire
10 983 49
D of Columbia
' 66.8'H 46
38 8T3 80
i ; .. WKSTl'U.1 UKAflUli"1
No. 24 West Fonrth St.j Cincinnati,
: ; ; Ohio;;, T.''1;:;;
II. M. MACILI CJeneral AtmU
, , . 1 1
f 1,. ..J.ni.iuJ 1 anthoriied to issa Pol'iolos In
the above popular ana leading Corporation, at prop-
E rates.' .r. v.. 1 ' :" :
ossea ilways Paid Promptly,
A; CARDnER, Jr.,
NO. 107, . JOHNSON. BeyiaUIU.
feblo-dlnx . ' ' " "
'' '" "' 10 AND FBOll . . ' .
GREAT; BRITAf IRELAND
in.vasSn'ri StltOM. Jr. ?. E.TIHiKA
J Ttio. and Foreign fcaohange Offiv W SOUTH
torart.au Engriaa, ir.iaaa,eMJxuo
tabscbtt't faVorite Line ol UvirBooTPaokcis tail
'i.' a mn axaar bb en at a ....
kvery three days . u, :
JL1 , , " HAIL EVEtti- TEN DAYS.
ALSO. ST 6 TBAM3IIIP BAUIJfO WBtKLT.
m-m V..C.. i.itfi. tn nrl for their friend
remit moneyto the OU) COCHTRK.caudoaoat
Ui lowesv rates, Dyappiyin.w , . i, ' '
fsW-wly Bankers, Celuuibu
THE GREATEST' CHANCE;
EVER OFFERED TO
i' . .-i I' l-.i
.'. ... - - , : ,11 : r-T
CLOSING OUT SALE!
Monday, Dec. 11th, 1865.
HAVING DETERMINED TO - RE
tire from business, the unrlerslcned offers his
mammoth and complete stock, consisting ofRoady
Made Clothing, Ac. ' .
A T C O S T, I
' 1 1 !
A large assortment of
Cloth and Business Coats,
Cassimere, Cloth and , .
Beaver Pants and
i ,a . . ii.
Frock & Sack Overcoats.
;', I ALSO ;
Overcoatings of all Grades
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
White and AVoolcn lili-ta,
: My Clothing Is all of the best manufacture, and
equal to custom work. The goods are all one price,
every article being marked in plain figures, so that
every one can be his own salesman.
This is ther greatest opportunity ever offered to
the citisens of tin umbusand surrounding country
topurchaso their Wintor Goods at a greater reduc
tion in prices than have ever been made before,
and all should avail themselves of this chance to
lay in a full supply.
TO WHOLESALERS AN JOBBERS,
Extraordinary inducements will be given.
No. 4c T, Nell Ilonae Italldlng,
I' Two doors north from Postoffic.
Forwarding & Commiss'n Merchant,
i ... i. i i SIALIRIN ' '
I GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
irr.pUR, " "WIIIfeK Y, &c,
WISHES TO IN FOR HI THE PUBLIC
that be has just completed the large and con
venient fire proof brick Warehouse on the west side
of the Scioto river, near the west end of the Na
tional Bridge. Be is now prepared to pay the high
est market price in CASH for ail the
Corn, Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats,
e., that may be offered. Being favorably located
it h th. river on one aide and the Railroad track on
the other ride of the House, will pay particular at
tention to receiving and forwarding all kinds ol pro
duce and heavy goods, and make cub. advances on
oontignment of produce going either east or west.
Office on Frank st. close to Warehouse
decSdem . WM. MONYFENNY. ,
CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD,
Between Columbus & Wheeling.
, CONNECTING VIA BELLAIRE ; ' ."
WITH TH '
BALTIMORE & OHIO Rr R.
. FOB .
Waahinirton City, Baltimore, Pblla.
1 delpbia, New York, Beaton, .
AND ALL EASTERN OITIESf
THIS ROUTE OFFERS THE ADVAN
tage of a through tioket and baggage check to
Washington City, aud also give tne passenger toe
riVliege OI VlSlllUg IJ.IVIUM'iv, iuiikiojiui. .uu
tk. nrivil... of visiting all of the principal sea
board oities at the cost of a Boston tioket alune, via
other routes. j .... . -
vVaabingtoa City, at an alditional expense of 13
; Two traiiu daily, Sundays excepted, leave Co
lumbus as follows : 1, ,,
I TKm., 1, K ,1-W.r. TA N.W T DTK nil D0 UnHTIl TB'l TIM
1 K.nn 1 M MonVTVO EXPRESS from Onion
Depot Arrives at Zanesville at 7:48 A.M.: Ilel.aire
at 1S:10 V. M.t Cumberland at 11:03 P. H.c Baltimore
at 7:40 A. V asnington viiy a o:a a. sa.
tO P. M. EXPRES8 from Union Depot Ar
rives at Zanesville at -i5 P, M.; Bellaire a :40 P.
M.j Cumberland ate:! A. m.4 oaiumore ai..v jc.
Washington atl :r. a., , ,,
S7 Tiva trains daily (Sanflty wovSpted' from
W .-hlngton or BtOtimor, for Fhiladelpbift nd Si
I OrSe- M ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' J 1 ' II''
' UlaaaaninsT A.rl nil all ni.ht trains. ' . 1
tar Aak fr Tivketa yla Bellaire
t, VlieelIaK. : ., ,.-,.'
' H.J.JEWETT, President. : .
' J. W. 11UOWN, General Tioket Agent,
William Nell, nlalntlff. In the Court of Com
: v.. . : . tnoa Pleas of Frank-
Wesley Royge, defendant.) .- lin county, Ohio, 1
WESLEY ROYCB, WHOSE RE8IOEHCE la
. .mlinown. will take notice that WilliamNeil.
of the county of Franklin, in the State of Ohio,
a.a rh.eih Hav of February. A. D. 11-00. file his
petition in the Court of Common Pleas, within and
for the county of Franklin, in said. State of Ohio,
against the said v esiey iwoce, neionuaui ihiudi
lortn tnaion too "iu oj ov . rj,n.,1
defemtant execn'ed and delivered to the said Wil
liam Hell a mortgage oo a oenaiu .rant i iuu, ow
ing situate in Franklin eounty.in the State oi Ohio,
and bounded and desoribed a followsi . . .
1 Lot Mo. 16 and 17 in William Nell' addhlonto
fh. aiI.v nr IJo
of Colnmbuf. a designated upon the plat
of said addlti.fr, reeorded in
said Franklin ouunt.y. in plat book Ne. 1. .pages 170
and 171, to secure the payment of the sum of !W0.OO,
according to a eertaln promissorj aote referred to in
said mortgsgei which note 1 unpaid and still due to
the said V i.liam Ktil.ena pnj ii wi i preui.
1... ... ..M .nrl i he nrocoeds be aDDlieu to thi
payment of said note; and Hi said W esley Royce is
notified that he is required to-appear and answer
said petition, 00 or before the third Saturday after
thewt. davot "rSV'.tflnal-'. ' .: H l;i
V i WJXLIAM JiEIU
. By his Att'y.O. Q.CtUlMai iuinulom.
patronize Home Institgtions and' Keep yourJVIoney In 1 tho Stattf-
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY f
:::;v. :r: . ;:. of columbtjs, ; oin.0.1. ' :'-';;:?'f:;i
AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE
r.Y?Trrmr! ttv TTtvtoiv BLOCK.
nsures Against. Loss or Damage by Fir and Lightning.
Business Confined to First Class Property, Within-, ....
n,...,T..;.,!r-. - -tn0 State .t,; ..-u.?r; i!f-:v.i.i
ii 1 1 J:: t ... ... .
rrjus conipant, under statu coNThoi., condfcts its
1 the most approved and economi-al plan, taking risks only in i irt C as. Detached Property. Farm
Buildings, Private Dwellings,. and their Contents, making it safer than
Wooden Kqws, and other property similar hatard. it is the chief aim of.ihe l'lrrclws I to do 1 jafe.
rather than a lsrg business,, as being a surer guarantee to permanency and of greater u 'im'll
Their rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairly, and in soliciting patronage, do ao with the firm con j
viotion that the plan adopted by them will make the Company permanent and saf to its policy noldorg
' ' '
Hon. SAMUEL GALLOWAY, Columbus
1). B, HUBBARD, ... .
i :;' ': 1 ' OTPTEC)Ja XXl& l
BAMUEt, GALLOWAY PintsinKNT."''1 " 1 A
LEWIS CASS. Viok Pbxsidikt. i
sept4'66-d6mAwtm . - -. -
i ; A,
it-.. i i li sats-i
tm e,t f . I
-WP- . ii.
:: .1 1 t-.ni i
1 0. P. BUTLER, Merchant. Columhns, 6 1
JR. HUBBELL. Mam. of Congress, Delawar.,, If
I AXEX. H. EAGLES. Xnia,0 . .1 .ti l. !; t
T'l . ' A f '".' '. 'IS
ALEX. H. HANLEt, Gkntral Aomt. ' . ' A
W. A.ANLEY. Am't O.NgRAt AoiHT.' "1 '
D. H. IIUIIBARD, Secretary,,
v Woolen Manufacturiiig' . :
tfTtAKES THIS METHOD TO IN
I form their fellow citisens that, they (till
carry en -the Manufacturing business, and
that the'- have on band a variety of tiuminer
and WtnlerOoo-e, sue ss 1 ' '
llalaxc Fancy Cuaelmerea,
. . Jenaa, : '' 1 .
Which they offer atWholesale as well as Re-'
tail, at prices to suit the times. '
They solicit the patronage of theeommhhi
ty at large, and ask thereby the encourage
ment of borne industry.
WOOL bought at all times or exchanged
forGood..tCMhpric. p BrcKf,,..
Secretary and Treasurer,
'-0t!8-dnv - -
Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton, Richmond, Indianapolis
Without ehenge of cars to DATTON and RICH
MOND, ndonlront chance of cars toBT,.
LOUIS, INDIAN APOLIS and ,. .
On and after February lt, 1800,
Four Trains will mn as follows 1
FIVE TRAINS DAI '.Y FROM COLUMBUS.
(Daily except Mondays.)
I MAIL at 1:10 A. M Stopping at Jefforson. Lon
don, Charleston, Xenia, Morrow, Lnvoland, Miami
ville, Milford. aud arriving at Cincinnati at 830
SECOND TRAIN..., .....
Cincinnati, Day ion, Klclnnondl &In.
dinnapolisMght Expreea at 4S10A. m.
Stopping at JefforMon, London.Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Free
port, Ft. Ancient, Morrow, South Lebanon, roster s,
Loveland and Milf.Td, arriving at Cincinnati at 9:40
A.M. Also, stopping at all stations between Xenia
and Richmond, aniving atjtichuiondat 1U30 A. M.,
'm (iking a dirtet eonntction Jar CMcaco, arriving
at Chicago at 9:40 P.M.," arriving at Indianapolis
all;40P. M., connecting forall points west. This
train connects at Loveland with theM. A C R. R- for
Chillicuthe, Mariotta, Ac; connec's at Cincinnati,
with the O.AM. R. R. fir St. Louis, Louisville.
Cairo, Ae.: also, at Cincinnati with the U. S. Mail
Lin Steamers for Louisville. 1
. , THIRD TRAIN. I ... ' : '
(Daily exoept Sundays.) 1 ...
Express for Cinclonati, Dayton,.
Rlchiuond & Indianapolia at W.20 r.
Ifl. Mapping at Jefferson, London, Sclma, Charles
ton, Cedarville, Xenia, Srring Valley, Corwin, Free
' port, Ft. Anoient, Morrow. South Lebanon, Fost
1 er's, Milford. PlainvUle, Linwood; arriving at Cin
cinnati at 5:30 P. M., connecting at Loveland with
.L. u LI. 11 D -.. Ultl.Kwn A-A ! ...
IIIO PI. a J. I.. I. I.H v;UIHIU',ur. -.
riving at Dayton at 8:30 P. M-, Riohmond at 6:40 P.
11 I . : 1 : . n u 11 . -nnn-..tiniF . . Uinhtnnnil
for Chicago, arriving at Chicago at 7 JO r. M, f
FOURTH TRAIN. ; ,
(Daily except Sundays.) .
Cincinnati As St. Louie Expre.a at
IMO . Ifl . Stonoing at Jefferson, London,
Chaileston, Xonia, Spring; Valley, Corwin, Morrow,
South Lebanon. Foster's. Loveland, Millord: arriv
ing at Cincinnati at 0:30 P. M., making a direct con
nection for St. Louis, (laird, Louisville, Ac, con
necting at London for Springfield.
Cara on Night
. i . Cincinnati.
N. B. For further Information apply at the Co-
lnmbus Union Depot Ticket Omce.of
. , . HENRY BKOOKS. Ticket Agent,
hi.. nr lwiMI.1 l)TV A.
J lj. VY , jUWIAJDlrVA A AfiVoub. a
r W.BTliA DKK,
r. W WSAAWiAf U Cincinnati.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
BYCEPT SUNDAY. " ' r ' '
j From Colombo, in oonbecHon with Trains on the
whittle jntajnl uolumoua at. Aenw
- ,i. . , suiurwHu,
;T" . .. , prpgi TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Coinmbni at 113S P.
u Will i.,r t. Delaware. Ashler. Cardington.
Gi'lead, Galion,' Crestline, Hbelbv, New London,
i Wellington. Grafton and Beroa. arriving at Clove-
land at 5:10 a. Ji. ..
BEGOND TRAINS-' '.- ' i
NEW .YORK EXPREBS-Iieavee Colnmbw at
108 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington,
tialion, CresUine, Shelby, New LondonWeUington
and Grafton. i i ' ,M .... ...
f " '''-.THIRD TRAIN. '- '
I HAIL ANT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at MO
P.M. Will stop at all stations soutJi of Shelby.and
at Sbiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and
iiereAii " - : :
JONNECTIONBrf o t t i - .7 t
ith Horinsfield Branch for Spring
At Delaware w
and all points en mis roan..- - '
Crestline with Pitteburg, 1 1. Wayne an
Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and
PTfU-l.? r'ZXuZZ?i V.;.fleld and Newark
I a 1 c u. :
Railroad for 'all points on that road.' AJso, tot Tole
do and Chicago. - - -I
At Graftoa for Toledo and Chicago,' - "
I At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad iot Erie,
Dunkirk, Buffalo,New York and Boston.. . , ,.
( Sleeplns Cara are ram oa all
1 Night Train to micago, new
an . -1 ' i.-J il,n V Vn Warn VatV aVTlrl
J Qtm 10 sajiiUliiOaV 0 if : Aft ... Jfc
. TiT7gt1TTTTYT5 .
t-laA Fexa tv.-enwaji AVi. t Tnlnmlinll t 1:D A. Wii
inAinamti iLKDrssBBst arrives at. Columbus at 1 JO
Eokmbni" Aoo'ommodatlon'arriJree at Columbnl at
fare a. Eow a. ly any otner Route.
Ask for TiokeWtia Crettllhror 'Cleveland.
' V " ' suCl.'veland.OMo,
uj jaju". .--"v...
Agent, Columbus, ilhlo..i
Guardian's Sale of
IN PCRSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
the Probate Court if Franklin county, Ohio,
the undersigned, as Guardian of Faxon F. D. and
William II. Albery, will, on
Saturday,, the Slat day of March.
' A. I. 180V ' J
At ten o'clock in -the forenoon, at the door of the,
C-urt House, in the city of Columbus, Ohio, offer
at public ale the following described real estate,
situate in Jefferson township, Franklin euunty, 0..
to-witt L . .. ' 'i - in 1
The east part of Lot No. 15, in the Id section or
quarter of the 1st township, sixteenth range. United
Statos Military Lands, reglnnlnget the southeast
corner of land formerly owned by George Hague)
thence west to a stake or tree; northeast oorDer,itef
A.J. Painter's land; thence south across a lot of
land formerly owned by John H. Smith, to Samuel
Heeler's land; thence tast to the section line; thence
north along the section line to the beginning, con
taining flit. (50) acres, more or less. , ' ' ' "
The li'e estate of H. B. Albery therein -will be- i
sold at the same time and plaoo, and a tlear, Jw-t)
feet title given.
Terms of Bale One-fourth cash on the day- of )
sale, and the balance in three eqnal annual peyj,
ments of one, two and three yoars from the day of .
sale, the deferred payments to be secured by mort
gage on the premises and bear interest at per
centum per annum, payable njJuj''Aj jjirfey1
Guardian of Faxon F. D. Albery and William H.
Albery. 1 mohMltAw3w j
Sherin's Sale. .
Gamaliel Scott. Guardii
. r 1 1 I. r .1 .. 1 1. -
uardianl Court of Common Pleas,
1 others,! 'f Franklin. County.
f hi.;. . f
vm ' I Ohio.
ElUabeth Sheaf etal.' J 1 (In Partition.)'"
IN PSJIISCANCE OF AN ORDER OF
sale from the said Court to me directed, I will
offer for sale at publio ausiion, at the door of the
Court House, in the city of Columbua, on
Saturday, the 31st day of March, A. D.
at 1 o'clock P. M., the following- desoribed real es-
Stnau'lnthecltyof Columbus, in theeonntyof
PnUlin Ohio hainirsixtv feet and SIX inohes Off Of
Lthe east side of block No. eleven (11), and ex tending f
fthe same width the whole length of said blook No.,
11 north anj sontn, togetner wun mo bppuiim
thereto belonging, exoept sixty-two (61) feet off of1
the sonth end of said premise, being the same '
premises conveyed by 0. Parish to James Brydon, .
and by James Bryden to Georse F. Sheaf, subject
to the dower interest of said Elisabeth Sheaf. .
Appraised at $a,000. ... i
Terms of Sale One-thiidof the purchase money
paid on the day of sale, one-third in one year and
the balance in two years, with Interest from day of i
sale.deforred payments to be secured by mortage oa
the premises. , . - .. i
feMB dltAwtd '' Sheriff., ,
George F. Wheeler) Common, Pleas Court of
vs. Franklin County, Ohio.
: John Armstrong, ) Yrndi.
TV VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION VK
I ' lli. .kn.a nua to ma diraeted. I will oner for
sale at publio auction, at tue door of the Court
House, intheoityof Ciumbus,on "' -
Saturday, the3l8tday or March, A.D.18M,'''
atlo'olook P; M., the following described .real e--
tate.situatein riranann eounvy,uDio,r-wii
Lot No. M of the heirs of Jeremiah Armstrongs,
addition to (he City of Colombus, being in part r
half section 14, township (. range M, being the'
property or said John Armsuong. ; i
l'nnters lees.j! ou, , ,
febae-ditAwt 'i ' ' '
i Sheriff's Sale
William B. Hubbard ) Court of Common
retal.) Franklin County, 6
jonnu. v neeieret ai. irwiuu nuuj,v. .
TN PURSUANCE OF AN OHDKK tr-
I 1- in th. .hnv. enseto me directed. I will offer
for sale at the door of the Court House, in theoity of
Columbus, on '
Saturday, the 31st day of March, A. D. 18G6,
at two o'clock P. M.. the following desoribed real
estate, ti-wit: .-,... . rtsii. wl
1 liOW I"OS. 10, 1 BDfJ v vi rr 1 11 1 tain n "i"
tfl and t. as laid out and designated on the recorded
Ixrts Nos; 19 and M appraised at 500.00 each. " l t
Printor's fees $4.50. . ' " , 1 i
, ri ,luVJHUAa .ouoriu.j
.;ts.o-,r Sheriff's Sale.
JohhTr. Baker i Court of Coinmon Pleat
ike ; i '
ot . 1
ioseph B. Stewart at ai,) Franklin, County, Ohio.
N rUHSUANCE OF AN ORDER ?
sale in the above case from said Court tome die
rected, I will offer for sale at publio auotion, at the
doer of the Court House, in tbe city of 0 lumbas, en"
Saturday, the 31st day of March, A D. 18GBj 1
At I o'clock P.M.. the foUowing described real 'es-'''
ITbe'iinQividedlialf of In-Lotg in the City of Col
ambus. Nos. 833 and 834. Appraised at 4000.00.
t Abe the undivided half of Lot No. one J) la
iihnis' sub-division, of Out Lot in the City of Co-.,
umbos. No. 84. , Appraised ,at 583.00 ,
Also the undivided halt ot thirty-two feet off thai
east side of Lot No. 4 in r.hnis' sub-division of out
lot No. 34, in the eityof Columbus, appraised 'at
I febW-dltAwtd B : . ,:MI
hTOHN FERGUSON. THE tJKKNOWN HE'tltS'1
U of Robert Fergusoa.deoeaiedk and Hannah I er-
Jusom also, R. Anderson, Guardian, of Hannah 3
erguson. will take notice that, a petition was filed
against them on the ttttit day of January, A. 1).
lrit6, in the Court of Common Pleas, within and for
theeonntyof Franklin, by one Daniel Loj.Guardl.
an of James Ferguson, and is now pending, wherein
aid Daniel Loy, as suoh Guardian,, demands parti-
J ion of the following ral estate, tq-wit: -.
Beginningatfcitone in the line otRobeKWeli '
ntt'K land and JohnLegg's land. Where the line of
the Worthit gtwo and Georgesville road erossesth.
line, thence with the road north 31, east si M too to 4
Uke at the orossing of what is called Waleutt , ;
thenoewitU the said Worthintftoh and Geonesvllla
road, thence with said Waloutt's road north 57V..
astl748-l(lotoaitak in the line, of Robert. Wal
outt's land, thence with Robert Waloutt's line strath
10 66-100 poiM tu the. beginning,' aantaining three!
acres and a fourth ef an acre of laad (8K aqreai. ;?
n snore or less, and that at the next torui of said Court .
Vie said Daniel l,oy, uuaraian, ate., wur appiy wr
an erdo that partition may be made of said spr.au v
T Br Cal. T. Manh. his Att'y. . t a
January 15, A, 1), 180(1, ianS6-dltiww
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