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No Notioe lew than 1.00. WEEKLY. 1 JM per square each Insertion. Business Notices 60 cents per line each insertion. p Notioe leas than 01.00. Legal advertisements w ill beoharged regular rates. WW All TtANSJtitrf advertisements must be paid for, hereafter, at the time the; are ordered, .other wise thev will not apnea- in te paper. Thia rule will be rigidly.edbered to in all eases. There will be Bo exception. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Showing the arrival and departure of trains at Co Iambus, Ohio. On and after February lit, 18M trains will run as follows : Little) Miami AColumbas A Xenia R.K. LIST!. AHRIVt. Wl ?ht F.xnresa S.uOA.M. 4 4AA.V. C.nclnnetiAecom'n 6.30 A.M. t 86 P. a . Axpre 12,20 r, b . vjmia.m. r.norese 1.40 P.M. 1U.10A.M. Hail 10.00 P. M. J 25 P.M. JOHN W. DOHEBTY. Agent. Clerelanat, Colamfcna A Cla'tl B. It. Night Expreaa 12:45 A.M. 10 A.M. New York Expreaa IoaMA.M. 1:15 P.M. Mail Express 3:00 P H. 9:10 P. M. JAMES PATTERSON Ant. Central Obi Ballread. Morning Express S-OOn. M. 12:18 A.M. llail and Express J.15 P. M. H:O0 Noon. W. J. FELL. Agent. Ptttabnrg, Col am bus Cln'tl R. K. Mail and Accommodation.. 5K A. M. 8:05 A. M. New York Kxpress 2:35 P. M. 12:00 noon. Fast Night Kxpress." 11:40 P.M. 12:18 A. M- Tbis train tuna Sunday night and not on Satur lay. J. B. PETERS. Agent. t'elurakae and Indianapolis Central Hallwar. Day Express 12:30 P. M. 1:0" P. M. Pittsburg Express 5:00 A. M. 11:25 P. M, Night Express 12:30 A. M. 4;40 P. M. Pio.ua Accommodation 6.-00 P.M. 10:10 A. M, e U. A. HILL. Agent, andnskr, Itlanaf leld Ac Newark K. H. Arrival at and departure from Newark 1 Passenger Express 6:30 A. M. 11 KM) P. M. Mail and Express 12:10 P. M. 4:15 P. M. Aooominodation 7:30 A. M. 5:16 P, M. A. W. DENNIS. Agent. PROFESSIONAL. LEGAL NOTICE. JAMES G. BULL, Attorney at Law. OFFICE No. 131 South Uiirli Street. JfcjjT" Especial attention paid to Cokvkt anciko ana Collecting may'M-dtf THOS. C. THURMAN, Attorney at Law & Notary Public. JI'DGE Till H.TIAX'9 OFFICE: No. 282 South High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. eyT-dly . I HAYS. H. SHILLIXD4S0IK. HAYS & SHELLENBARGER, Attorneys at Law AJTD NOTAKIE8 PUBLIC, OFFICE In National Exchange Bank Building, cor ner of High and Slate Streets, mayl-d8m CObll.TiBt'S. OHIO. SAULS. KENKLE, ATTORNEY AX LAW, cou jim it, o. WIIX PRACTICE I!f THESCPBEiriE and Inferior Courts, and will collect claims gainst the State and federal Government. Or FICh Ho. 37 East State street, opposite the Btale House. novl7-dly M. H. MAUN, ATTOKNKY AX LAW, No. 117 South High St., BovUMly UP STAIRS, ROBERT HUTCHES0N, ATTORNEY AX LAW, Paraeni' Buildinar, Columbua, Olilo. vtt-dm. GEO. W. ANDREWS, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, WAPAKONETA, - Anglalse do., O. rraetleee la the Gear ef WeWr Ohle sseWutf OTTO DRESEL, Attorney at Law & Notary Public. OFFICE, Ne. 47 South High Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO. AT Business done in the English and German kocaages. Special attention given to Collections, Partitions, mai business in the Probate Court. iao31-dly ; . EDWARD T. DeLANY, Attornev at Law. Wilt. PROTf PTIyT A T T E If D TO ell Professional business intrusted to bisesrs. OFFICE Ib Pgreong' Building Sontbwo tCor V High and Town Streets, Columbus, Ohio. deoT-dAwSro . YOUNG AND RELIABLE HAT, CAP AND FUR STORE. HlgTi of the ISlAdU Bear. O1 JR STOCK OF FtJBS IS THE MOST I anmnleta ever hroilff ht ta the Bit. OODSistiOf il parVof - - HUH Hark lniaik, - Ernsine. Sable, Squirrel, Fitch, Water IHIok, aael Coner C'apoe, Collar a.d ITS aff.. Also. TOB CAPS for GLNTS, LADIKS, BUY8& M1SSESL CARRIAGE and BLEIQH BOUES.and all kiada ef (jueds kept in a first claxa Hat and tnr 8tore. SMITH It CU1H4D, aosO-t ' " ' AeilHsese.- . DEATH xo ; Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bedbugs And all kind of Inseot. by esini FERIS& RODINSON'8 VC?.DRFUL; EXTER?,.!NATCI.I Agents In every sown. Wholesale depot and 61 Tuition aeet, Brooklyn. If. Y. marU-tPm ' DTJ3INES3 CARDS. A. WAGNER, DEALER IW FINE FAMHr Groeeriea. Wins., Liauora.Llgara I Tobacco. Ae. t roan nan. uysiera. sun name of all kinds, in their aeason. ALSO, MANUFACTURER OP CAKPETS, 1 No. m South High street, Columbus. Ohio. deeS'dSm ' Repairing & Varnishing Furniture GEOI?GE KNOPF TTrnranEri?nTllKABOVK bn- 11 ines at No. 35 South Fifth street, where, by atriot attention to hu'lnras, he hnnes to receive a share of the pub'io pntronase. AM oruera ie'j ai the ahove place will receive immediate a. tentton, apm-dsa WM. RENNER, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, IVo. 838 N. IUffh Street. Partiea furnished on the shortest notice and m liberal terms. sepue-o.ii . A. 3IA1JDIS. Suooesaorto 0. B. Stone. Wholesale and Retail ueaier in Cigar. Moenchftiira anrt Briar Root hi pes, Tobacco ro. 133 Nouth lllsh Strrt, apr51-dly (Next door to the Goodale House.) J. 0. MIL. g. g. HENKLI J. G. NEIL & CO., Real Estate Brokers, S7 EAST STATE fcTUfcET, COLUMBUS, OHIO mr Negotiate Salea and Leases of Real Eatnte, Loans on Mortgages. 4o. n.a'3 dOu L. SIKBBRT. t. W. LILLET. SIEBERT & LILLEY, BOOK BINDERS, PRINTERS, A K D Z BUNK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. Booth High Street, Opera House Building, Upstairs, COLUMBUS, O. decl3-ii6m BANK EXCHANGE SALOON, SOUTHEAST COB. OF HIGH k STATE STREETS, COLUMBUS, O. J. H. DAVIDSON, - - Proprietor. Oysters, Fili, Gnmc, Sec, IN TRBIR REASON. Kf Meals served up at all hours, on their oat rea. sonable terroa. iiecM-d6m C. SELVES. B. OROTLISCH. F. BRirs. ST. CHARLES EXCHANGE KESTAURANT, Noe. 30 and 38 EAST THIRD STREET CINCINNATI, O. C SELVES & CO., .... Pioprittom aprl30-d.lm-r KNOLL & REIMERS' Confectionery and Restaurant, IX. 203 Sonth High Street, Next Door Sonth of the Union Block PARTIES SUPPLIED WITH Con fectionery. Bon Bona, Cake and Fruits of all kinda at the shortest notice, aui Jinuia ra tyie. A SDlendid Restauraut is eatablirhed in connection with the Confectionery. Game, fi,h, nyatera and tne delicacies of the season served to order at all hours of day and erening. We invite the patronage of the citizens or loluwbus. novls-tf MONEY LOANED, HELP M'PPLIED, HOUSES FOB Kent and Sale, at the Columbus Accommodation Bank, Loan, Intel ligence and Ktal hstate (.Mice, No. S3 East State 8tret, COLUnBUS, OHIO. Money Loaned on all kida of Goods left on deposit. All kinds ol help furnished at very short notice Houses, Store, f arms, and all kinda of Keai a tate for sale ana rei.t. AT" Communication by letteraddreascd Box 107, Columbus. Ohio, will mvt prompt attention. GKuKGt T. ivMEKV. novl7-d6m Aueut. C. C. SHARP, M. D., Eclectic Physician & Surgeon, HAVING I.OCATKD IN COLUiTIBUS, respectfully tendera his prnfeaaional services to thecitiiens thereof and vicinity. Dr. Sharp teas to make this pinposition to all those whoareatflioted iih all the various forms of Chmnio Diseases peculiar to thiarnuntry: Kirat ( or every patient afflicted, whom I will un dertake and promise to cure, and whom 1 fail to eure. 1 will airree to five such patient the sum of One Hundred Dollars, provided the said patient will guarantee me One Hundred Italian, payable when the cure is completed. OFFICE On fourth atreet. between State and Broadway, in Mr. J. Miller's office. novl-dly-jangs S. BARMORE &CO, GREAT WESTERN DETECTIVE PO liee Agency. Kooms Nos. 6 and f Carpenter's Building, Xo- 117 South High street Columbus, Ohio. Established for the detection of Criminals, the Recovery of Lost or Stolen Property, the prseeu tion of Police Business generally, and the Collec tion of Claims. All business intrusted will be faithfully and promptly executed, and upon terms commensurate with services rendered- Satisfsctorv reference can be given. LIBERAL RK WARDS will be paid to any person giving information leading to the detection of Criu e. or the recovery of Lost or Stolen Property. Also, every oourteav and aid will he extended to the authorities of thia and other cities visiting this osality. InovlS-dSui BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY1 tl O. LILLEY & CO., Boon 331rLc3Loro AND Blank Book Manufacturers, Net, 9 North Hlf k Street, COLUMBUS. O. nrW-dtf , AUCTION -A5D- COMMISSION ROOM. rpHE CUDEHSIOJtED HAS OPENED X " an A action and Commission Room at f- No. 184 South Fourth Street, WbeTe he is prepared to do a general Auction and Commission easiness. Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended kousehold Furniture sold every market morning at tne room, commencing at 1 o cu cs. Also, Boots and Shoes, Bats, Caps, Clothing, Jew- Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings, and l.n mtrltat mnrnin. Room. W South Fourth street, next door te Urum sJJry uoods Store, voiomDus, umo. ' o. FRANK, aprlO-dtf - ' . ' Auctioneer. LOTS FOR SALE. T ah orrEBiJic roK sale oh east A terms, a lot of land which I have just sub divided into lots of frem ; Four to Sercn Aeres Each, 8itnate on the Worthing". PHte, a quarter of a mile irom theOorporation of Columbua, and extend ing eaataoross the Kailroad, and aituate on both sides of a road which extends from the Worthimtoa FiketotbeWeitenrUleFike., ;. , 1 M . r t n C T (W, Vmm SeoU-dtf W. L. McMILLIIf. J BELLS' CLOAK HOUSE fy ..... M :Em -. IX 103 SOUTH 1 HIGH STREET lichSilk Basques, Latest Styles Sacks, Silk Circulars, Cloth Sacks, Cloth Basques, Cloaks Cut to Order, Cloaks Made to Order, Cloak Patterns for Sale. Silks, Cloths, Trimmings AND All Kinds of Materials for Elegant Cloaks Always on band. Please fall and Examine my Stock. Being the only EXCLUSIVE CLOAK HOUSE In town, the ladies mat depend upon finding every- ttung tney uesire in READY MADE GARMENTS Or goods to make up. Especial attention paid toorderefor garments ef every deacriptien. FRED.BELLePropV. aprll6-dlo.A.3m-G GROVER & BAKER Sewing" Machine Depot. 103 SOI Til HIGH STIIEET. BEST FAMILY MACHINE I3NT Tnn WOIU4D! FULLY ACKNOWLEDGED. SHUTTLE STITCH MACHINES FOR CLOTII AID LEATHER t UNRIVALED. : PREMIUMS Have been awarded to them at every State and County Fair at which they have been exhibited, during the past three years, including the lent State Fair held in this city, and County Faira too numer ous to mention, held during the autumn of 1865. CALL AND SEE THE DIPLOMAS! EXAMINE THE MACHINES Look at the Beautiful Embroider, The stnlr Hacblna In the "World that liaad Uashinf. Customers can have their choice (even after buy ing) of either the SHUTTLE STITCH or the ELASTIC GROVER and BAKER PATENT STITCH; also can bov Machthea auiiable for the HEAVIEST LEATHER or LIGHTEST FAMILY WORK 1 infaohcaa DEPEND UPON BEING SUITED ., , WITH A FIRST CL, ABA MACIIIItE! FOR AKY PURPOSE WHATEVER. '.... .... tMTALl XACHIITE3 BOLD ABD DELIT XRED AT THE COMPACTS PRICES IJSf ITStJCXIOH 0IVK5 FBEE. PLlASE REMEMBER, That the Salesroom is now located on the GR0USD FLOOR. FRED. BELL, - Agent No. 103 BoutH IHtfU St., COIXMHUS, onio. prlle-dlmAw3ni ft1;:TQ',:H:LO:li.t!.: PETROLEUf.1 STOVE CO. I'M ' ' 1 ' . !.:. J'" I ' i CAPITAL STOCK, -; $200,000 10,000 , SHARES, EACH - $20. , i . i . . . ROB'T. SHIELDS,! President J. B. DACUE, - ' Secretary rTlIK OHIO P.TKOI,EtI.Tf 8TOVK 1 COM HAN Y laornaniaed uiwlrr the lawa of the State of Ohio, for the purpoae. f Kivilic to the p ib I io ml I iuiprovementa viru rrat or light trom Petroleum, and to hkcuhk them from exploaiva or omerwi-a, flanizeroua l.attina or Movea. r.vory pur ehaaorof a Petroleum CooKinit Stove is Inr.iiahel with one anare of VHr.K, maRina every aunh person a Pmkmanknt htoCKIIdi.iikk in the Compa ny, thereby not only getting back eventually tie ?ah vai.i's of the stock, but all FKiiroKTioNATl Hi vidani a as lone as the Company romaiua an or- sanicatirn. Such a 8afk and flUR invkstmknt. although small to each individual, has never bit re boon of fered to tne public, here each stockholder fteta a btnve lor tib, that is cniAPlx, ultKiii. eooka BRTTRR and quickkr than any Coal or Wood Stove; besides, hi atock that eventuiiUy most aell at a Fair r-KEHirii. The Stove iuell", in fact, the inter est of tlis whole Company, la ililfufed throughout every Township in the whole State, ed its practi cal working daily witnessed by evtry member of tne Uompany This inducement for atock investment of course eannot be offered indefinitely by the Coit pan , f or whon it i once all taken (only a limited number of ahares being thus otlored), ii will then buy the Stove alone. Th as wifhlnr the fiO in stock with their Stove, should send in tbeirordrsat once. Money maybe sent ny r.xprras at tneriaK nt tne AOUipauy. MiT All Stoves VVarrauted. OIFICI2 AI SAL.K ROOM, No. 139 North High Street, COLUMBUS. OHIQ Airents Wanted mchR-dflm Send stamp for circular. J. U. DAOUK Secretary. WARM AIR FURNACES. Patent Improved Warm Air i'nrna. ce, for funlic and frlvale lue, for Wood or Coal. ' AnPHRM PET Kit Iff AICTIN, No. 149 West Firth Street, between Race and Elm, CINCINNATI, O. 1)ATT0, April 18, 1888. Mr. Prter Martin. Esq . Cincinnati. Ohio Detir&ir: The six Furnaces which you have placed In the lid. S I. and .1th Distrift School II. u.o ill our eity. have (iven entire saliafaetion dunnK the pant winter, lie aa a oil oui i;iairiot nou.-ej are me larxestin thecit v, and the house in the Sth District ia especially difficult to heat, owinz to the exposed situation, as it standi upon a bill and not in the (emit protected by any other buildingJ Your Fur naces have a treater capacity for hcatina than any other Furuarea with which lain acq juiuled; besides there is agnatfavinirof fuel. luuis, truly, GEO. 8. HALL, Chm'n Com. on Bulldines, Hoard of Education. Loi'isviixk, April 10, 106. Mr. Peter Martin Dmr Sir: Your Warm Air Furnace, which were introduced Iaat fall into the Schools of St. Boniface's Church, have hitherto Jiven universal satialactiuu and stand UDBurpuaeed or heating purposes. With bestwishei. vours, A.NSF.liOM KOCH, Pastor St. Boniface's Church, Louisville, aprl3fl,'6i-diauKl-r COLUMBUS, Ckillicothe Portsmouth PACKET AND FAST FREIGHT LINE. IASSE-VC;F.II PACKETS LEAVE from toot of Hmad street on Mnndara. Wednojdnvs and Fridata, lor Circleville, Chiilinothe, Jasper, Waverly, Sharonville and I'ortsuiouth, connecting at Portsmouth with Steamers tor i'omeroy, (iallipo lis. I ronton, and nil I.amlinss on the Ohio river. Tho Uoau are provided with Iron Safes for the tranamiasion of Valuable l'ackasos. rasseniers will hud una tho most comfortable and plea-ant uiodo of travelirg down the Scioto Valley. rreiznt receivea at our vvarenoej ac nasi ana West ends of Jiatiooal Bridge. OFFICE-07 West Broad St. mch31-dtf II. FITCH A SON. Hocking Valley 1 THI.WEEKLY LIKE FKOn rOLIIHI. bus to Lancaster, Lozan, Nelannville. Chauncsy and Athena, anu all points on the Hocking Canal. 1 nis Line is composed ot FIRST CLASS BOATS, Built expressly for the trade, and Merchants and Shippers can relv on their promptness and safety. On and al ter APRIL 1st, le68, a Boat will Leave Every Other Day For the above named nointa ' Freicht received at our Warehouses at Last and West euda of National Bridge. OFFICE-87 West Broad St. mcbSI-dtf H. FITCH A SON. Books & Stationery. JOS. H. RILEY & CO., ; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, NO. 109 SOUTH lIlGIt STHEET) VNWH BLOCK, ColuinbusH Oltio !- Constantly In band all the leading . Law, McdieU and School Books; A full and complete assortment of 8LANK BOOKS & STATIONERY Paper nangtngu. . liorderas . Window Shadea, - Palatlas1 Pictures). ad Plelare Frames, Ac.) &c, i WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. V UTHOGRIPHIRG, JOB PRINTING BN3 BINDING. Kf Railroads, Banks and Insuranoe Companies applied. nich7-3tn 1 ' ' I WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE. ' .. .. ' , ' AMD "... '' Liquors of all Kinds. TEN YE All OLD BOCnROrV XTHII. ky. Thirty barrels pur 10 years old Bourbon Whisky. Also, twenty-five barrels pure to IS years old , , Monongahela Whisky, ef the beat brands.' Will be sold by the demijohn! kef or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and other Aiiquors, py decUl LACELEE, BOSS tt CO., , sis South Hiab street. FOR SALE. A Good Steam Saw ; Mill, IN GOOD KENNING OBDEB, MTU ate at Orange Htation.Delawareeounty.Ohio li miles north of Columbus. Also, one T-wo; Htory Urlcl illoutse, On Seventh street, between Houth street and South l'ubliolaue, m tue ii ot Uoluubua. Also, a .. i IIoumo and Lot, i , On Seventh street, la front of the Irish. Catholic Church. ' c .i , Kr warUoalan, Inquire at th"0BUf tkia paper. Bone mniicnnn LI! V the Greatest, chance 4 EVER OFFERED TO J. HE 1 t..j- A 1X1) VICIIVIXY. CLOSING OUT SALE! ; i . .: ., t ., I II ' TO C0MMEKCK . Monday, Dec. 11th, 1865. HAVING DETERMINED TO RE. tirefrorn buineB,the nnderaiimed offera his mammoth and coinplelo stuck, coiuisting of Heady Made Clothinn, 4c t . . ,. .( ., , , . A T C O S T! A large asaortment of Cloth and Business Coats, Cassimere, Cloth and Beaver Pants and Vests; Frock & Sack Overcoats. -ALSO- Clotlis, Cassimeres, Meltons, Vestings, Beavers and Overcoatings of all Grades GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! "Valiscpi, .liiiller GooiIn, White and "Woolen tsliirt. GlOVON, Xie, Hosiery, &c. Mr Clothini is all of the best manufacture, and equal to custom work. The Kooda are all one price, every article hoinff marked in plain figures, so that every one can he hia own aaleaman. Thia is the greatest opportunity ever offered to the oitiaens of l!o nmbuaand surrounding country topurchaao their Winter Goods at a greater reduc tion in prices than have ever -been made before, and ail rhould avail themselves of this obance to lay in a full supply. ... TO WHOLESALERS AKD JOBBERS, Extraordinary inducements will be given. AIARCUS CIIILDS, Jc r, Neil IIone llaildlngr, Two doors north from l'oaWffice. de W. B. KRNT. B. D. IINOSLBT. ductioa & Commission House. KENT & KINGSLEY HAVE ASSOCIATED TIIEHISEEVES for the purpoae of carrying on a general Auction and Commission Business, At Kent's old stand, N03. 140 & 142 EAST TOWN STREET, 1 Northeast corner of Fourth and Town streets, Co- umbus. 1 bey dovotetpeoial attention totbesaloof HOUSES. LOTS. FARMS. STOCK. Horses. Carriages. Furniture, and all kinda of Ver- chandi-e. Ac., Ac.cithoron the premises or at their Auction nooms. Males every Monday, Wednesday and Friday eveuinga; alao, every i uosday, I bursday and Sat urday mornings. CA.SII ADVANCES Made on all oonaigned grods, if necessary. deciJ-iliT ' BAKING MADE EAST. Williams & Co's BAKING POWDER, Universally conceded to be unequallod for the im mediate production of Biscuit, Cakes, Bread and Pastry Of every description, in tbehigbext perfection, A ingle trial is suuiciont to bring it into general use n everv family. Kor sale bv A. HOUSTON Jk CO.. No.2M South Hiuh street. Columbus. Ohio. N. II. l'leiwecall for sample, for which there ia no charge: after which you win uo oe wiituuui -aerowuer. nomM-dtf t HOTELS. OHIO HOUWE, HEVNOLDSBUHUt OHIO. ED. DAVIS, Propria or. ma.vS-d3in-I AMERICAN HOUSE, J. B0S8 HANLI1T 4 CO., Proprietors, ' NCtVAHK, OHIO. J. R08B EANLIH, B, L. OABDNEB, , I, X, DESMAN. maroh21-dtf WALNUT ' STREET HOUSE, ; CINCINNATI, OHIO. ; HAVING LEASED AND ' PUT THIS Hotel in first cla order, the proprietors solicit the patronage of the public, leeling confident that the acoominodalions caunot be surpassed by any Mo tel in tbe city. . ! ; S. E. CRITTENDEN k CO.... t I . '.Proprietor.. Cincinnati. April 28, 1880. : aprl30-dtf-r FRANKLIN HOUSE, Corner of High & Cherry Streets, ; cocuraiius, oiuo. VOLNEY 8 HAW. ' Proprietor, ianCdtf ; n" ' ' ' GOODALE HOUSE, COLUMBUS, OHIO. J.; A. W. DOLSON, Proprietor. dOC6-dly T- ..IM-I.l . ! M ..! OALLEBltk, ' , , T. A. HATTHBWa . Late of Maaon Co., Ky. 1 " Of MaysriUe, Ky. 0. MBI.BON, Laee of MU titerlini, Ky.) Merchants' Hotel, , i '.. "' (rOBMBBlT DIMKI80H BODBV!,,j" , .1 ' ALLEHEtt, ; HBU90II " &: CO., '; jprpprletors, '' ; Fifth' Street, soar 'Mala,' ' AWThia House having been thorouahiy Vepaired siajaiwi ua naif iiuiuemu, ivv uy. . . . aayse'M-U C1TIZ8IHS OF COLUMBUS RAILROAD TIME TABLE. 1865. 1866. WINTER TIME CENTRAL OHIO it f?"?nri"9'i'i''"l-ir'r CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD. Between Columbus & Wheeling. j .' , COJ.5ECTI50 YIA BELtAIRE " j ' ! WITH 'TBI . . :- -j.,-- BALTIMORE & OHIO R: R.; i FOB .1 , j- iraettlnirtnn rily, Mllimor'e, Phlla j . delplilat New York, Hoaieu, ' AND ALL ,EASTBIIN CITIES; rrim hoiite oi pi:h the advan. L .tags of a through ticket and baggage eboe ta Washington City, and alo gives the pHsaengor the Privilege ol visaing llaltiniore. Fbiladolphia and e Yoik, at the c.ftot a fifw York ticket aloni or the privilege, of viaiting all of te principal aea board oitioaat theooatof a Boston ticket alone, via olnnr touted.. Through tickets to New York can be procured wii Waihinrlon Citv. at an additional exoenae of 2. ' Two traint daily, Sundays excepted, leave Co- lumpus aa lollowa ; imtl A.M. MORKISft KXPREHS from Union Depot Arrives at Zanepville nt7:4a A. 31.; Hel aire at 13:10 P.M.; Cumberland at 11:02 H. M.i Haltimore at 7:su a. M.I W aahlngton Vity at 8:45 A. M. 1 :35P M. KXPKKS frcm Union Depot-Ar-rives ntaneavil leal 511 P. 11.; UePaire at 0:40 P. M.i tlumberiand at a-4T A. M.f Baltimore ate.SQ V, M.; Washington at 7:40 p. M. ., , . tr Five trams daily (Sundays excepted from, W ahingtonor iialtimore,forI'hiladelphiaand.Mow i org. . . .. . , Sleeping oars on all night trains. ' , ' t5?- AmU for Tickem viu Ilellalrc or Vheelln(r . . II. J. JEWFTT, President ' ' ' J. W.BHOWN, General Ticket Agent. dec4'66 i ' , : HALE OF RAILROAD & TLRXPIKE STOCKS. OFFICR OF TUB COMMiasltOWKRB OF THE KthKINO FtTNP, tJOLt'UBPR, OHIO, April 111, IflW, Iff PURSUANCE OF A JOINT Reso lution of the Ueneral Assembly of the State of Ohio, paaed Anril 8, nw, tealed bide ill be re ceived at thia office, until 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st Day of Tu.xio, lOOO, for all or any part of the atock owned by tbe Stat in tho following Turnpike and Kailroad Companies, at which time the bids will he opened and the con tracts ol anlo awarded in case tbe Com iniaxioners approve the same, and the Governor stall give his consent thereto in wii'ing, viii ' i Atn'tof Stock. Handnakv, Davton A Cincinnati Hail road Co (395,800 00 Sandusky, Man nil old k Newark Railroad ICo -4 11,f66 M patavia t Union llridge Turnpike Co.... 30,'J.O 00 Cincinnati, Columbus A Woosier Turn pike Co TS.sno 00 Cincinnati i, Hamilton Turnpike Co...v 44.850 on Cincinnati A Harrison Turnpike Co...... 86.050 00 Cincinnati A Xcnia Turnpike Co 103,650 00 Colerain, Oxford A Urookville Turnpike Co B5.775 4T Davton A Covington Turnpike Co 31.480 09 Dayton A Lebanon Turnpike Co 4 4fln 00 Daytnn A Springfield Turnpike Co 65,450 00 Dayton A Westorn Turnpike Co 66,900 00 Ilamiltim, Rossville, Darrtown, Oxford A Fair Haven Turnnike Co 49,741 00 Hamilton, Bomervillo A Kalon Turnpike ' Co 49,925 00 Hamilton, Springfield A Cartbaga Turn pike Cn 31,450 00 The Rid slinul.l he inrtorrert " Propomlt for jcailroad atocb," or JvrnjHA-t toc,". as the case may be. JAS. II. OODMAN President. WM. IIKNRVSMITH, Secretary, W II. WEST. Atturrcf Oeneral, 1 Couiniiseioners of tbe Sinking Fund. : apr20-d3O,i . - TEAS! TEAS! rllK ATTENTION OF DEAI.KII8, Hotel Keepers and Families, deairoua of obtain ng choice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully ireoted to our . ( .. ' , ' COMPLETE ASS0RTMEHT OF i GREEK BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS.' Which we offer in original packages, or In quanti ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saving that we never fail to meet all reasonable expocta tiona, and while orders are constantly coming in f c : "Just such Tea as you icnt ns before," complaints rarely occur. Persona who, as a Itiatt of taste, or from hygienic considerations, use lila Tea, often find it difficult to get a good article. Ol'K CHOICE BLACK TEAS, eannnt be excelled, and have established a reputa tion for us wherever we have sold them. OUR NATURAL LEAFS are of the purest nd sweetest ehopa, and being cured in the sun are free from the deleterious ef feots produced by contact with oopoer. A full line of staple and fancy Groceries alwayi on hand at lowest market prices. i BROOKS, MERION & CO., " Crnoozsns, IVo. 873 South J Hell Ht. ' aug30 (Corner Friend.) i mil BILES & MTOALrS, , SaCCESSORSTO GEO. A WM. MoDONALD) G It O C E H 8, h No. mSoulb High Street. rKOPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBUS POWrXB UAOAZINX, . , A BENTS FOR TIIH SAiuE OF THE MEDBERY WHITE WHBVT FLOUR. , Agents for the sale of Gardner,! .lippa A Ce.'s Su gar Cured Hams. i . . .; Ialer la CHOICE FAMILY GR0CEE1ES Of every Description, Imported and Domestiv ' Fine Wines, Cordials, Liquors, Segars, Olive Oils, r-'ardlDes, eto. JM All food, lelivered free of chargt j ItlcCOIiiri, Mll.ES & MCDONALDS,, . , j maris dly .. , , , , No. 124 South Bigb,St,, Ruction and Commission Room THE CNDEHSIKNED HAVE OPEIf ED an Auction and Commiasion Room at ' j 'J Ho. 14 A EaatTown Street, Where they are prepared to do' a' general Auction and Commission business. Sales of all kinda of property promptly attended o, either in city or country. , ,. ! Household Furniture sold every market morning at the room, commencing at 7 o'clock . i Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on tbe shortest notioe and most reasonable terms. . I - TURNKY A SIMON, , ' mnhl-if No. 144 East Town Street BANKERS. J. J. B1CKIT. i, . gAMCBL 8. BICKLT. RIOKLY & BROTHER, COLUMBUS, OHIO. IXOW INTERH8T ON TIME DE. - noslts aell Exchani e on all important cities in Euro fiok urope as well astbe United States, and Fasaage ickets by Willisana A Guion's line of sUamersto and from Liverpool A Quoenstown. " . novlS-dom ' i. ijifrCTi i Oi. THOatriox. i a. . sum. BAILET, THOMPSON ;&:C0., ;t t, B A N K E It 8 No. 274 S. Higa St. ColumDUB, 0.', GENERAL BUNKING IRQ COLLECTION BUSINESS, : 'An i orelarn and Douieetlc Eichanje, Oer erument Honda, 'oln aa lin ... .. eurrent Jloeey, 1 Collections promptly attended to and remitted fog : q the day of payment. novSe-dBa 1 1 ' Between Columbus & Wheeling. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. LITTLE MIAMI AND— Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton, Richmond Indianapolis and Chicago. Without rhenge of ears to DAYTON aad RJCH- MOSlt, nti onlv nut change tif ears to ST. I LOUIS, INDIAN AfOLiS and CHICAGO. On and after February lot, 1800, "2; Tour Trains will riiin a, follows: f FIVE' TRAI5S DAILY FROM COLUMBUS.' x ! .: ' FIRST TRAIN.) I-'n ' i -v 9 ' n (Daily except Mondays;) t.o 1 - J I MAIL it WO A. M Stopping at Jefferson. Loa t don, Charleston, Xenia, Morrow, Lovel and, Aliami- , iip, Milford, and,, arriving at Cincinnati at (JO ..II. . ' J -" ... ' .. i . - .'..o : SECOND TRAIN, vi (Daily.) , Cincinnati, Day ten, Kiclisnoiacl 4cln i sllanapollaNlKlitExprcae at4MOA. M. Stopping at Jefferson, Liinilon.Ubarleston; Seluia. Cedaryille, Xenia Spring 'Valley UOrwia,. Free poet. Ft. Ancient, Morrow, South Lebanon, Foster's, i Loveland and Miiford, arriving at Cincinnati at $:9 1 A.M. Also, stopping atall stations hetwecn Xmia a and Kiohmond. anivuig at Riohmondat Viflo A. H., i 'making a direct eonntclionjor Chicago, arriving at Chicago at 9:40 P.M.," arriving at Indianapolis at 1:40 K M oonneottn for all point west.' Thle ' train eonneets at Lovsland with the II. A C R. R. for -t Cillioothe, Variotta, Ac,; coonep's at, Cincinnati .r with tHe O.AM. R. R. for St. Louis, Loulaville, ' Cairo. Act alio. at Cincinnati with the C. 8; Mail Line Steamer for Louisville., ,( ,ill r it THIRD TRAIN. .,. :,.lW i . :,.,,. , (Daily except) Sundays.) . . . 't Expre't for Cincinnati, Dayton, iy Rlcbuiond cV Indianapolla at tglto ft M . Mopping at Jefferson, London, Selma.Charles ton, Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley. Cor In, r'ree port, Ft. Ansient Morrow, South Lebanon, Foet it er'a, Milford, I'lainvilla, Linwood; arriving at Cin-, clnnati at S:SO P. M., connecting at Loveland with the M. A O. R. R- fr Chillioothe Hillaboro. An., ar riving at Dayton at 3.3U . M , Kiohmond at M0 l'. M.. Indianapolia 9 1'. M.; ooonectirg atRichiuondi for Chicago, arriving at Chicago at 7 J0 .M. , ' ' ' FOURTH TRAIN. 1 ' 1 " : ;M" " (Dally except Sundays.)'- ' . Cincinnati tc St. Louis Expreee at 1 : 1C, . M.i Stopping1 at Jefferson; London,1 Charleston, Xenia, Spring Valley, Cor win. Morrow, South Lebanon. Foster's, Loveland, Milford; arriv ia( at Cincinnati at ado P. M.. making a direotcon neciion for St. Louis, Cairo, Lnaisville, Ao., eon nectiag at London ior Springfield, , . , r Sleepinc Care on Nlp;ht . , Cinciana.il.. Tralna for i .1,' . : N. B. For further information apply a the Co lumbus Union Depot. Ticket (fflne.of ' ' HI-JNKV HKOOKH. Ticket Agent, i , -i JMl. W. DOUEliTY, Agent. . ,, P.W.STRADKR, V ' " r - Oen'l Ticket Ae't. .L ,! Cincinnati. E W. WOOD A UtU. f SunerintendentJ Columbus, Dec, 8. 1865. 1865 Winter Arrangement TIME CHANCED. Great Northern and Eastern Routs. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI CINCINNATI RAILROAD. THroo Trsxina XDallyg 3 , , t - EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Train, on tbe Utile illiuinl A Colambaask Xexaia KallroMl. . , ; '0 , i FIRST TRAIN." m 1 " ' ' ; '" NIGHT KIPRESS-Leave.Columbna U35 M.- Will stop at Delaware.- Aahley, Cardingtom ' Hilead, Galinn. Crestline. Shelbv, New London, i Wellineton, Orafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve land at 6:10 A.M. " 1 SECOND TRAIN.r f. -. n I il , .1 NEW YORK EXl'RESS-Leavea Columbe. at 1030 A. M. Will atop at Delaware, Osrdington, Oalion, Crestline, Shelby,- New London, Wellington ' and Grafton. .: ... THIRD TRAIN. , . MAIL AND EXHRESS-Leavea Columbus at :4 P. M. Will atop at all stations south of Shelby, and at Sbiloh, New London, Wellington,' Orafton and. Ueree, . - .. i CONNECTIONS. 'At Delaware with Springfield Branoh for Spring i field and all points on that road. , At Crestline with Pittaburg, Ft. Wayne and CM eago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Belli- ' more. Also for Chicago, At Shelbv. with Sanduskv. Mansfield and Newark .. .Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tola- do and unieago. . . At Grafton for Toledo and Chicago. . , At Cleveland, with I-ake Shore Railroad for Erie, , Dunkirk, Buffalo,New York and Boston. Patent Mpiiir Cnsn. tare ran o all : ilrb IVaimi t Tlalcii,to, Mew' : r York and Bowtoa. ;,. I : i. . . , . WBaggage checked through to New York aad Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New York, via Crestline. I - " RETURNING : Night Express arrives at Columbua at 8:45 A. H. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1M P M. Columbus Accommodation arrive, at Columbu. all 95 P.. M... , .... r Fare aa Low ae hj any other Uouto. Ask for TickeU via Crestline or Cleveland. ' . E. 8. FLINT, -v .' n o,i; Hup't. Cleveland, Obit. JAMES PATTERSON, I , . ,. A sent, Columbus, Ohio. Columbua, October IS. 1864. ""' '" . V 1865. EAST. 1866 1865. EAST. 1866 WINTER TIME. 1865. EAST. 1866 WINTER TIME. THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad, VIA STEUBENVILLE AND PANHANDLE. Il bow open, and offers to travelers the shortest i - - quickest ' end most reliable oute to Plttebnrs;, Ilari-leborg-, ' Baltimore, t Waehington Citr, Philadelphia, . j ' New York and Boston. Three Train, daily from Union Depot (Sunday. I excepted.) ' S A.M. EXPBE8S-Arrr?e it Pitabarg3:15 P. M. Leaves P,M. Arrives at Harrisbarf :4. A- M.: rnilaoejpnia 7 a. m.j Jianimfre i a, m.; Washington City 1030 A. M.: New York !'Tia Ai- 1 l,ntowo)10:00A.M.! via Philadelphia MKWM, . "a 2S2H P. M. DAV EXPRESS-tSleepieg ' Caf ' from Coshocton to, Altoona; Arrives at Coshoeton i 8:10 P.M.; Pittsburg 12 56 A. M.; Harrishurs 1J0,, P. M. Arrives at Philadelphia 535 P. M.j Balti- ' raore tM P.M.; Washington City 10:10 P. M.j New York (via Allentown) 10:10 P.iL; (via Philadelphia) 10S7P.M. ... . ,. r.,-'l 11140 P. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS-tSleep-ing Carfrom Columbua to Pittsburg). Arrives at Pittsburg 8:M A. M ; Uarrisburg 8:M P. M Philsw delphialoA-M.; New York i-MAH, r..,. . : j BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. I AV for Ticket Via te) , beBvIUe aad JPanbaaaJIc. ., l.J,itr.t -r 8. F. MCCIiL, ." JOU.t DURAND, io j Oen'lTioketAgt. ' Genl SupU 'tine no ,t3n' unit di at ,o Designee and Engrayer ,) Wooo. POIltBAlTfl' 1"i a'1 ' l,fl ,i",,,"T:,,J ' Bxecute.lijtne 'bigllosjr JfetheAjft. - Per Iwdge,, Notaries Publlo, County Offieerl, Ae, ..Mnll An ta eriiiQ.tbe beatpwaatwe aiwmer.tia.jj.u i, m JDFFICBr-JOT South High sMreet, lirj ooutn nn .-rwi,, noon, no, IUi, i ra "o, IO,. t nira arnry jonnsoa decW'64-dly yi''f;1 Tf, ' rt 1 "p a "In a I ".