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VOL. XXXV,
COLUMBUS, O., MONDAY MORNING; JANUARY 6 1868.
NO. 118
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For each Insertion, ner Baaafe, W eon to i
of Deaths. U canto: Kotieaa of llimusi.
50 cents ; Beligious Notices, M eeat. Advertise-
menu insertea arery otnerday. even intra day. an
one a week, will be charged 1.00 per square, each
Insertion. Businsaa Nntinea in lwvs.1 Aotnmn SB
eenta per line for each inaertioa. Kotioeleei
tnan bi.oo.
WxiXLT tLeOperscuar each Insertion. Buri
aes Notices. M cents per line each insertion. Mo
Notice less than m 00 Legal advertisement will
be charged regular rate.
AU tramMmU advertisement nut be paid for a
tL time they are ordered.
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T.DHn.o(
V tuteabuare
T-"otiose
BUSINESS CARDS.,
V ATOM. JOB. HTJTCBBaOir. ' V. B. stATDB.
iiayceii, kjtc"2$c:i & co.
BANKERS,
NO. 13 SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Columbia, Ohio,
, A BR PIRP1BKD TO DO A GERER.
V A L Hanking basin, receive deposits, pay
Oademaad. loan Honor, buy nd sen Exohang
mak Collections. . . -
j at liberal rate Gold and Silror. Gold Cou
pon and Compound Interest Notes.
Bar and tall all kind of Gorernment Securities
and Ohio State Bond.
' Convert T 3.1 Hotes into f-M Bond, and fill or-
for th purohas. alo or exchange of any kind
Securities on tb most farorabl term.
Jano-tf-jaM
, VJHISKY, BRANDY, VINE,
Liquors of all Kinds.
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HmtIV TK1R dl.n MtJBBOR Wilis
X ky. TsuitybrrlspWyare oldBonrbon
Whisky. - Also, twenty-fir barrel para o U
no -
, Monongnhala VTbiBy,
mt tha heat hmn4e-' Will be Mid br tha demiiohn
keg or b ok also, ail kind of Win and other
Uqaors
IACEIX.E, BtMM r
M South HUb street.
Im 0. BltI.1T. . tlMWOI." BBITB
BAILEY. THOMPSON & CO,
DAWKERQ-
No. 274 S. Eigh St, Columbus. 0
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fiERERALBJUIURGMO COLLECTION BilSIXESS
DBAs, IX' "
Faaelarn and DoaacatlcExclimiiajeO
ruaaeat Ha as. Coin aaa
, lutcarreat ffloaew. -
nr collections pbomptly atimxdm
to and remitted for on the day of Daymen
saayBB-dem-janega ( .. - -
professional:
, . M. H. MANN,
. NO. II7 South High St.,
- norM-dlTl . UPBfAlBS. ;
: G0. W. ANDREWS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
r : WAPAKONETA,
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' rnattaw is tha Ow f Wtr Ohia.v
GROCERS.
M'COLH. V MILES & H'DONALDS,
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KLlBIIIl FOREIGN. DOnESTIC
J and b apl Qrueorie in all U air Tarietie.
PBOPKIKTORS OP
COLUKBUS POWDER MAGAZINE.
Atanta fortaleof tha Hanrd Powder Co.' Powder,
i. . t AJL40. Aconta for the aala.of Gardner.
v .r , . iiippa A Co.' .. , . i-1 .
Celebrated Sugar-Cured Harris.
Imported Wines. Brandia. Cigar. Bte. ' -
MANN & CO.'S
BALTILIORE OYSTERS,
CANNED PBOITS A VEUKTABLBS. KTC.
- ' Constantly in 8tor.-' " '
J" All Goods Dellrered free of Charge. Or
der aolioited.
MsCOLH. MILES A MCDONALDS. ,.
MtaC-dm 134 4 1M ttuath Hikh at.
SHERIFF'S " SALES.
Sherifi'B Sale.
Wm.D. Kajkendallnndwifei Court of Common
T Plea of Franklin
E Robert C.Gallidayetal. eoantj.Okio. -.-
r ' (In Partition. v - ... - -
IB BM7BRBJANCK Of AM ORDER OP
v Bale in the shore tta'ed ease from said Court
to me directed, I will offer for sale at pnblie auction,
at the door of the Court House, in the eity of Co
iamba.on Saturdajr, the 23th day of January, A. D.
fj.'f - f' ise8, :.- ;
at o'elook P. M .tha followinc described real es
tate, situate in Frsoklin coautr, to wit:
Fust On hundred and thirty aore of land,
more or less, situated in the outbeat corner of
surrey No. 6,10 in the name of dmaod Clark, be
Kinninc at an oak and e.m soothcast corner of a
tract ot forty acres eonreyed by Wm. S. teullirant
to Keuben Ualliday; theuoe south about on hun
dred bdH thirteen poesto the eriiDl outbat
eornar of eaid surrey; tbeice westerly aboat 181m
poles to Hi(cina' corner in the origioal line of said
surrey; thence north aooat lis pois with Uigc us'
line to tb soathwest earner of said Keuben Ual
liday'a land; theoeeeast abiutl8l poles to the
beainninc, and being tbe aame lauds decreed and
eonreyed to tb said Robert Uallnly by order of
the Uonr of Comt on Plea of faaklin coaety,
Ohio, in the eas of said Bobart -Ualliday rs Wm.
8 HuLiraot etal. at th June term of raid Court,
1861, exoepting. bower .the nndirided half often
acre io thnorthwet corner of said tract, which
ten acre sn at the time 01 the death et said Kob
ert Uailiilay held by bimin common with M. H. El
liott, each holding the one nndirided naif thereof.
Appraifed at 70 peraore.
8eoond The one nndirided balf of forty acres of
land, being part of aaid surrey No.S.lOS, beginnirg
attwoelma in the east line of tbe origins! surrey
and southeast eorner of eighty acres eonreyed by
Wm. 8. Bnllirant to J. K. Young; IheneeKfc pelts
to an oak a-d elm; thence we.t W1J pile to
a stake in tbe rast line of land foru-etly owned
by Kiebard Bigniru; tbenee north 36 pules to said
Young's southwest corner: thence et 181 3i pole)
to the begincing, the other nndirided half ol said
forty acre being owned by Y '. 8. tlliott.
Appraised at (sT per acre.
Term of Sale One third of the purchase money
Bald on tha dar of sale, oca-third m oca rear, and
one-third in two year, with interest from day of
aal, deferred payments secured by mortage on tbe
premise. .. , ..--.
Printer fess S16J0.
' WM. DOMIGAN. Bhenff.
C. 5. Old. Attorney. : -deeM-dltwtd
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CONFECTIONERY.
: UNIONBLOCK
CONFECTIONERY & RESTAURANT.
CHARLES KNOLL,
. DBAI.BB IK
Candies, Nats, Fruits, Wines, Cigars, etc.
'-.-.1..:. ALSO -
FRESH BALTIDIOBE OYSTERS,
. r At lowest price.
SAT Ser-re Iss the Seas.
L. a 8- High street. Columbus. Ohio,
octal-eod3m-r .
EDUCATIONAL.
COLUMBUS
SELECT HIGH SCHOOL,
LAST , TEEM ; OP EVENLNG BESSIONS,
CsnaBaeBclaa; Jmamatrr 1, (868. .
Tha . bndarsigued will form hi elaae : in
rUISAISHIP, ARITHnLETlC.
English, french, German, Greek and Latin
4 . Languages, 4.
On January 3d: all wihtns sn MtMMta ;n
pleas call Immediately at the Schoolroom. East
Town (treat, between Four h and Kifth rtreets, in
tha basement of the t irat Uni-ed Brethma chunk
This affords au exetllent opportunity fcr You g
Men whose tims is 000 u pied m busines yuriuiu
dart the day. -
. X jb session oommenc-front 7 to 9 erery . fening.
isioa a. vuaiuivuia, JrzicCJpBjt.
deoio-lm-r
CORRY O'LANUS' EPISTLE.
The Festive Season—New Year's Tables—
Bout the Book—A Correction.
We have had our Merry Christmas
and are getting ready for our Happy
New Year. - - 44 ': . ;
I have heard some people regret that
we have not more holidays ; all work
and no play makes Jack a dull boy. '
For my own part I could stand any
number of holidays. " 1 have one of those
constitutions that could get along very
well without work.
But, overcoming my constitutional re
pugnance to labor, I work- to set a good
example to my children. - "
Likewise to satisfy the demands of
the grocer, butcher, and various trades
men who require currency to carry on
their business. : ' : -
' I 'should like" more holidays myself,
but if we had any more, we might fall
short of adjectives to designate them.
We have , , . , .
Merry Christmas, . : -. -
Happy New Year,
1 The glorious Fourth of July, " "
r- And jolly Thanksgivings .
Having an Tjpporiunity-to be merry,
happy, glorious and jolly every year, we
ought to be satisfied.
' Some folks I know get glorious on
each xf these days. .
- And keep it np on other occasions.
. . But my motto is to be virtuous and be
happy, as I tell O'Pake wheu he goes to
Albany. , . - ,
. In which connection it is gratifying to
see announced in the papers that the la
dies on the Heights will not offer wine
to the gentlemen who call on them on
New Year's day.
.'- It is to be hoped that this example
will be followed by the ladies of the
Patch, and other fashionable localities.
It is a movement in which the ladies of
Brooklyn should be united. '
4 ; Then let the gentlemen unanimously
resolve to stay at home on New Year's
day, then we shall escape the deplorable
geniality, the shocking heartiness of the
social greetings, and the wicked happi
ness that flows from a friendly and hos
pitable observance of the day, which has
Soured the dispositions of some dyspep
tic divine. 44
I -did a New Year's once on strictly
temperance principles took nothing but
lemonade and coffee.
' I drank forty-six lemonades and
thirty-four cups of coffee. . ,
Either the lemonade did not agree
with me, or4 the coffee was too -strong,
or mixing them was bad: at any rate
there was a sick man at our house the
next day. . -
: Since then I never mix my liquors.
You will be bappy to hear that '
MY BOOK
is eraine off like hot' cakes, and I am
rapidly accumulating a fortune from its
sale. .
The Albany Argus, in noticing the
book, says :
"The man who flattered the Yolsci
who dictated to -Some whose impeni
tent 'heart dehed . his wile, but who
caved' in the presence of his mother-
did not write this : book. It is, from the
pen of the distinguished author who
became almost extinguished, tinder the
attention of the Lincoln administration,
when he- was confined in Fort Lafayette
His literary progeny is full of fun and
every paragraph is broken with laugh
ter into fine pieces -which show their
origin in Fort Lauehyett." '
My Albany friend is laboring under a
slight mistake.
l The Lincoln administration, no doubt
through jealousy of my popularity and
influence, never showed me the slightest
attention.
When I wanted to go to Fort Lafa
yette to see a man who boarded there
one summer, I had to beg for a card of
introduction from Geneial Dix, pay my
own way down, and when I got there
they wouldn't let me stay but an hour.
Parties who staid some time in the
Fort have assured me that the longer
you staid there the less they liked it, so
perhaps it was out of considerations for
my feelings that they turned me out so
soon. -
Wishing yon a . happy New Year, I
am, for 1868,
CORRY O'LANUS.
—Brooklyn Eagle.
What Breaks Down Young Men.
It is a commonly received notion that
bard study is the unhealthy element of
college lite. JtSnt from tables of the
mortality of Harvard University, col
lected by Prof. Pierce from the last trien
nial catalogue, it is clearly demonstrated
that the excess ot deaths for the first
ten years after graduation is found in
that portion of each class inferior in
scholarship. Every one 'who has been
throngb the curriculum knows that were
Aeschuylus and political economy injure
one, late hours and rum punches use up
a dozen, and that the two little fingers
of Morpheus are heavier than the lious of
Kucl id. Dissipation is a sure and swift de
stroy er.and every young man man who fol
lows it is as the early nower exposed to un
timely frost. Those who have been in
veigled into tbe path of vice are named
"legion," for tbey are many enongh to
convince every novitiate that he has no
security that he shall escape a similar
fate- A few hours of sleep each night,
high living and plenty of "smashes"
make war upon every function of the
human body. The brains, the heart, the
lungs, the liver, the spine, the limbs, the
bone, tbe flesh every part and tacnlty
are overtasked, worn and weakened
by the terrific energy of passion and ap
petite loosed from restraint, until, like
dilapidated mansion, the "earthly house
ot this tabernacle tails into ruinous de
cay. 1 ast young men, right about.
The ignorance that prevails in the
British Islands, among some classes of
the population, is said to be very great
An official report says there were 30,151
marriages in Ireland last year, and 11,
677 of the men and 15,063 of the women
made their marks on the register, in
stead of signing their names. To offset
this exhibit about Ireland, it is stated
that in Liverpool, out of 23,740 persons
who were apprehended in 1866, only 253
could read and write well; while of 720
children dealt with under the Juvenile
Offenders' act. not one could do so. In
148,000 marriages that were made in
England in 1864,-42,000 of the men
and 58,500 of the women (using' round
numbers) signed with a mark.
A young Woman's - Condndrdm.
Who is ourfavorite Roman hero? Marius
'Exchange. ,
Paragraphs from the Boston Post.
' Banks is said to be 'willing to go a
hundred millions on Cuba, and claims
a majority of the House.
What is the English commander do
ing in Abyssinia t Carrying the war
into Africa.
; Punch thinks there is an obvious pro
priety in going out to dinner in a swallow-tail
coat.
Mickey Free skedaddled and cut short
his last hundred hours' walk.
Thad. Stevens has been sick again,
and is again better. The country will
never get better of him, apparently.
Grace Church, New York, has fonnd a
pastor, Rev. H. C. Porter, formerly of
Troy, who has been induced to accept
the position and the salary of $10,000.
' ' Nav rirlpa.ni npp-rnpH claim th innlinn.
able right to stop the street cars and
; throw them off the track when they
want amusement.
If Gen. Grant were President he would
; want to buy Cuba at any price for the
. sake of the Havanas.- Louisville Jour
nal. 4 .
If Mr. McKee shall undertake to sit
down in Judge Young's seat in Congress,
; public sentiment will "stick a pin there."
Prentice. . .
' ' Carpenter takes back : all his story
' about Gov. Seymour And Mr. Lincoln.
He says he heard it from the Brooklyn
' postmaster, who had it from somebody
else, who was told it by a man who lied.
The Senate is bothered about Stanton.
If it reinstates him he will not be recog
nized; if it fails to do so it will acknowl
edge Mr. Johnson right. So there is
talk of repealing the Tenure of Office
bill. Model statesmen, these Radicals.
An applicant for a foreign mission from
New Jersey mentioned the 17,000 con
servative majority in that State as a
recommendation. "Yes." said the Pres
ident, "but I think we ought not to re
duce that majority by sending you
away."
The New Haven Register says that
only one man rendered more efficient
service to the Connecticut Radicals last
Spring than Gen. Harriman; and that
man was the Rev. Wm. H. Green, who
has been so unfortunate as to be con
victed of murdering his wife in a very
quiet and inoffensive manner. -
There is a story of Commodore Van-
derbilt that, when engaged in a game of
poker on a Misissippi steamboat, a par
ty of gamblers tried their usual plan of
"bluffing." When the stakes had reach
ed a greater amount than the Commo
dore's pocketbook held, he sent for the
Captain of the boat, purchased the craft
for $30,000, and. "went it better" to the
extent of his purchase. The sharpers,
- of course, couldn't "see" this rise, and
the pile went to the Commodore as a
tribute to his nerve and his bank ac
count. .
The ancestry of the Indian Colonel
Parker is a topic of newspaper discus
sion. His family owes its origin to a
French officer stationed at Fort Dn
Ouesne and a Seneca squaw. They had
a daughter who was brought up in a
Seneca wigwam, and became the mother
of the present Colonel Parker. - He is
not related by blood to the celebrated
Red Jacket, though he belongs to the
same clan and was once elected a chief
of it.' The stories of his social . rela
tions are pronounced calumnious ; ne
has never been married to a squaw, nor
has his tribe ever sought to marry him
to one.
Rights of Married Women.
' In the Court of Appeals, in Louis
ville, an important decision has just been
made affecting the marital rights of
women, and holding that a person can
not control or open a wife's private cor
respondence. The following is a part of
tbe decision :
- "Nor would we admit that in this age
and-country a husband's rightful au
thority 4 gives him during marriage
dominion over . his wife's chaste
and friendly ' coversation not af
fecting his rights ; nor that in
all . plentitude of his marital
power he could, without her free con
sent, take from her, or destroy, or in any
way control the possession or gift of
such letters. Any such ungracious in
terference with her confidential corres
pondence would impair social confidence
and disturb domestic peace, and ought not
to be encouraged by the judiciary, . es
pecially as it could do him no other
good than to gratify a jealous and
prying curiosity. According to befit
ting decorum, and in every valuable
sense, such letters, written to her to
keep, and read, and cherish,- are hers
and if she, for reasons satisfactory to
her own taste and judgment, chose not
to give or show them to her- husband,
she has a right to keep them to herself
as her own inviolable property and a
confiding wife will never withhold from
a true husband confidential letters with
out a good and sufficient reason. The
existing code of both British and Amer
ican law recognizes the personal indi
viduality and moral responsibility of
wives, and consequently guarantees their
freedom of thought and interchange of
sentiment. - Their ideas are their own,
their emotions their own, and their af
fections their own. Here and now
husband must not be a tyrant and onght
not to be a spy on his wife, who is
neither his slave nor his mistress, but
should always be his free and equal
companion.
Important Decision in an Express
Case.
In January, I860, Edward H. Buck
land & Co., of Springfield, delivered
case of pistols, valued at $412, to the
Adams Express Company, to be sent to
a firm in Vicksburg. While on the
to that city in charge . of the company,
the pistols were lost by the blowing up
of a Mississippi steamer. Claim was
made to the value of the pis
tols, but refused by the express
company on the ground that the terms
of the receipt' given at the time the
goods were received by the company ex
onerated it from danger arising from
river navigation and steam. Suit was
bronght before the Superior Court on
the ground that the company was a com
mon carrier, and the court decided - in
favor of the plaintiffs, but the defendants
appealed to the Supreme Court of this
State, which has now sustained the
decision, and made declaration in fact
that express companies are common car
riers, and 'are responsible for the safety
of goods which they are paid to trans
port. JSoston Journal.
"Can yon tell me how the word 'sa
loon' is spelled 1" was asked of a cock
ney by a quizzical fellow. "Certainly,'
said the Londoner, with a look of tri
umph ; "there's a hess, and a hay, and
a Hell, two noes' and a hen."
DRY GOODS.
MUGHTOIu'S
STORE.
New Fall and Winter
DRY GOODS!
Extraordinary Inducements to Boy
. , A. T
NAUGH TON'S.
Purchasers of Dry Goods are Cordially Inrited to
Call and Examine the
Dress Goods
Merinos
Shawls . .."
Blankets
Everything
Cheap !
Cheap !
Cheap!
Cheap!
. Cheap !
J aines N aught on,
t1andl22SoBthHig-b Street
norll-d3m C0LUHBUS. OHIO
S T
GILCBRIST, GRAY & CO.
OFFER fob the
BlacU Silks,
Paacy Silks,
Broche Shawls,
Paisley Shawls,
If ew Style Collars,
Faacr Scarfs,
Ijace, Embroidered and Iaitlal
Handkerchiefs, very choice
la Qaallty and Suit
able Ibr
HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
Fancy Boxes,
Watch Stand,
Companions,
Money Books,
Coral Sets,
Jet Sets,
Box Sets,
and Fancy Goods generally Bea
dles', Misses and Children's Pars
Second lot of the new Rlstorl
Collars for Misses, Just the thing
for Holiday Preseats.
GILCBRIST, GRAY & CO.,
NO. 2 SOUTH II 16 II STREET.
reol7 -- '
SPECTACLES.
;
Saie Your Eyes, Sa?e Your Money;
HAVE COMFORT.
I If ADDITION TO OCH BEOOUI
Watch, Jewelry and Hilrerware trade, wo wi
henceforth make a spteUUiy ot
SPECTACLEif
AND
OPTICIAN GOODS.
TTT " . . lt . ....
t. v nvff inTibasuvodUD wm twj iuu hw.uivu.
embracing Wold. Silver, Steel. Shell and UutM
rerona f rame. witn lirasiiian reDDie Lenses, an
nest qualities of Imported and American Glass.
We hare the latest and most improved metho
for testing the eye (or glasses of proper strength.
Give us a call at Ho. S Neil House, sign of tt'f
Gold Spectacles.
decS-d&wlm 8 accessor! to Wm. Blynn-
WINES AND LIQUORS.
NY1W FIRM.
J. SCHNEIDER.
LATE or THE FIRIIIOFJ. SCHNEr
HER A HO- No. 241 Fonrth street, has ooen-
a new store for the businesu of reotilyiaf and sell
ing liquors at
IVos. 33, 34 Sc. 36 West Broadway.
The new firm will he known a J. SCHNEIDER
CO., and their stock of
NATIVE AN D FOBEIGN WISES
And Liquors wi'l be second to none in the eity
to receire a share of tbe city and count
trade, and determined to make ours the first Ligo
Hoaeo in Columbus, wc invite an inspection oful
Unk. J. SCHNEIDER A CO.
octfi-dlr
MACHINERY.
JOHN SHORT.
D. H. BO TO
rRANKLIN MACHINE WORK;;!
. SHORT & ROYOE,
BUILDERS AND BBFAIBlBa Of
STEAM ENGINES, MILL OH
AND ALL KINDS Of
ACHINERT. BLACKSMITH NG. BOILKR
WORK. Ao.
Water st . bet. North 4 Last, east of Panitentlart
COLUMBUS, OEIO.
Bar Special attention given to Repairing of M
ehioerr of all kinda. novB-dlm Sr.!
BOOK BINDERY.
L. SIBBBBT.
. W. LILLBT
SIEBERT & LILLET,
BOOK BINDERS,
BLAM BOOK MANUFACTURERS
SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS,
SOUTH HIGH ST., OPERA HOUSE BUILDIf
janM-eodly COL UJLB US OBJ
CLOTHING.
GREAT REDUCTION
IN GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS I
AND
LOOK A.T OUR FIlICEJs:
Shirt Redaced fraon 4 3.
Skirts Betno d tram 3 SO t S3 50.
Shirts Redaced tram S3 to 8.
Cray's Collars, SOc per pk(.
Ties warth TSe far zsc.
Ties wsrth SOc far ISO.
Best English Super Stoat Sacks. 40e.
White merino Undershirt, t es.
fderlne Half-hese worth 60s for STXe.
merino Half -hose worth ft for 60c.
' A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FURNISHING GOODS
4 AT
EQUALLY LOW RATES.
' .-ALSO- .'. J.,.''. V .:
. GcBtta Salt Made to Order. .
-Halts worth 7 ienrv--:
Salts worth for
Salts worth 00 for 830. .
; Sails worth for s
Salts worth tjffo for 10.
. Pasts worth 18 for SIS. .
. Pants worth 91 for 913.
Paats worth f 14 for 911.
ALL OUR GOODS
MARKED DOWN!
no tra.sh:
No Old Stock to Ran Off!
CLARK & N1SWANDER,
ootlSdSm-norlS 131 ftonth JJIlsrh St.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St.,
COLVIUBCS, OHIO.
T HATE JUST BEOEITED THE
A 1 arrest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
French,
XlnsrlisVh. and
Domestio Clotlta,
- . Sv
sies.n ssasu3sre?s, csaw.,
For Gentlemen' wear, which 1 will aell at the low
est Cash prioea.
Also keep constantly on band a well selected
took oi
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
JOHN HUNTER.
aepS B20 South Hirh street.
NOTICES.
The Columbus & Hocking Valley
Railroad Company.
4
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
ITflnrK IS HEREBY CIVET THAT
XN the annual meeting of the stockholders of
this Company will be held at it oboe in the eity
of Uolumous,on
Tuesday, the SSth day of Jaaaarj
next, at 10 o'clock A. M., at which an election ot
Directors for the ensuing jear wi 1 take place.
Th attention of subscribers to the stock of the
Company is oallei to that clause of the law whioh
provides that 'after the first election of Directors
no person shell rote on any share on wmoa any
installment is flue aou nnpaiu
December ifcb. 1867. J. J. JANNET,
deol7-ditawtd Secretary and Treasurer,
NOTICES. NOTICE
To Stockholders of the Columbus
& Indiana Central
Railway Company.
OFFICE OF THE
i
Columbus ft Iidian l Cbnthxl Rail vat Co.
C0LUUBC8, O.i December 18th, 1867.
A nF.ETIIIUOFTHE sTOCKIIOLD
l irna of tne abora named Comoanr will be
held at the offioe of said Company, in the eity of
Uolumbus, Uhio, on
I
A- rlday, the 17lh day of January,
ISttS,
I
between the hoars of II o'olook A. M snd S o'clock
P. M., to rote upon a contract m.de by the Board
of Directors of said Company, and ratified br ssid
Board at its meeting on thesth of December. 1867,
with the Chicago A Great Eastern Railway Com
pany of the Sta e of Illinois and Indiana, for tbe
eonsollaailOD or saia isO upaniee ana meir roaas,
nmnrtr. sa.. into one edtnpanr and corporation.
and such other matters relating thereto or as may
come before tbetn.
By order of the Board of D'reorors.
UORUON HOODIE,
doolT-dtwAwtd Secretary.
Road Notice.
'
nnnrE is hekebi' civei to
i.r the stockholder in the Lancaster A Grove-
port Turnpike Road Company teat tbe annual
elentinn of Directors of said road will be held at
the office of John Helpman, Esq., in Canal Winchester-
Franklin oonntr. at 10 A. H. on the second
MONDAY (!3th) of JANUARY next, for tbe pur
pose of electing seven Direotor of said road for
tne ensuing year
December 10th ,1867.
.. JOHN CHANY. Sit,
deo!8-w3t President of said Company.
Turnpike Notice.
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f
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THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the Columbus A Harris-
burgh Turnpike Road, at the office of Lorenio
finglisb, in tbe city or Uolumbus, Uhio, on MUM
DAY, the (th dav.nf JAM U AR Y, 1888. for tbe pur
pose ot eieoting Directors inr tne ensuing year.
JOHN JOYCE, Hec'r.
Deo. 9th, 1867. declO-wti
Estate Notice.
rPHE tfTDlKSIGNED HAS BEE"
A dnlyappointed aid qualified Administrator of
tne estate ot ueorae A. is. .baseile. lateot f rank
lin county. Ohio, deceased. All pars ins indebted
to the estate are reonested tomakeimmediatanar-
ment, and those having claims against tbe same
will present them, dnly autnentioated, to the un
dersignei for allowanoe.
Dec. 6th, 1867. O. P. HINES.
deo6-dltaw3 r
,
it
OFFICE OHIO PENITENTIARY,)
Colcmbos, O., Dec. 10th, 1867.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE.
oeived at this office until l o'clock M..
Wednesday-, January 8th, 1868,
For tbe labor of abont
1 O O O O JN V I O T
All bids must be made In compliance with the
law passed April 1st, 1867. "To regulate and govern
the Ohio Penitentiary."
Proposals will be indorsed "Proposal for Con
vict Labor," and addrassel to
CHAS. C WALCUTT.
decll-dltawtd Warden O P.
PAINTING.
,
J
MARTIN GERRIETS,
FRESCO, HOUSE AND SIGN
PAINTER, 't '
Glazier, and Paper Hanger,
WOtJaiD MOST BIMPECTFCLLT in
form the people of Columbus and vicinity
that he has his Sbop at Mr. Henry Sohreiner's
opposite the Court House, where he will be ready
to execute any work in tha beat style and at low
rates. decso-dia
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
OHIO FTJBN ITUBE CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
FURNITURE !
Nos. 6, 7 and 8,
Gwjnne Block, East Town Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO. "
PARLOR SUITS.
MahoKoay, Rosewood and ffal
mt In Hair-cloth. Green Rent and
Brocatelle.
CHAMBER SUITS.
Rosewood, Wnlaat, Cheataat
and Oak, finished In Tarnish nnd
OIL .
Dining Room Suits.
Wal..l, Cheataat and Oaic Ex
tension Table, Walaut and Oak
Dining- Chairs; Cane-seat and
Wood ; Oak and Oiestnnt Side
boards. Ualr-clotb, Green Reps and
satnask Ixmnares ; Secretaries)
Book Cavaes and Etageres.
Mask, Cotton, Hair and Spring
Mat
Tucker's, Joues and BeCamp's
Patent Spring; Bed Bottoms. .
We hare the abore article of tbe latest styles
and of sn Deri or aaalitr. both in material and finish.
and guarantee prioea as low a ANT house in th
traae.
OHIO FURNITURE CO.l :
J. K . BBITTINGHAM, Sapt.
B. H. Howb. Tress.
septlO-eod-ly oct38-w!y-r .
NEW YORK.
$1,000,000 in Watches
FOR SALE ON THE POPULAR .
GIVING EVERY PATRON A
Handsome and Reliable Watch!
F0S THE LOW PRICE Or $10,
Without Regard to Value!
And not to be paid for unless perfectly satisfactory,
100 Solid Gold Hnnting Watches... 260 to tl.000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches SCO to 500
100 Ladies Watches, enameled 100 to too
SIM Gold H'n'ing Chrm'ter Watches WO to SCO
S00 Gold Hunting English Levers.. 900 to 250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. 150 to S0
300 Oold Hunt'g American Watches 100 to 950
500 Silver Hunting Levers 50 to 150
500 Silver Huoiii r Dunlese 76 to 850
500 Gold Lsdies V atchea 60 to SSO
1.000 Gold Hunting l.eoines E0 to
l.WO Miscellaneous Silver Wstohes.. 50 to
9.600 Huctirg Silver Watches 25 to
6.000 Assorted Watches, all kind.... 10 to
' AW Erery patron obtain a Watch by this ar
rangement, costing but tlO. while it may be worth
$1,000. No partiality shown. ""
Wa wish to immediatelr disoose of the abora
magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming the arti
cles, are placed in sealed enrelopes, and well mixed.
Holders are entitled to the artioles named on tbeir
oeriificate upon payment of Ten Oollais, whether
it be a Watch worth tl.000 or one worth less. The
return of anr of our certificates entitles yen to
article named thereon imon narmei-t. irresoeotire
of its worth, and as no article valued less than
is named on any certificate, it will at once be teen
tnattnuu
No sLottery, hut a straightforward
legitimate transaction, -which
may be participated In even by
the most laatiaious I
A single certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid,
noon reeeiDtof 25 cents, fire for l. el-reu for
thirtv-three and elegant premium lor $5, sixty-six
ana more valuable nremium for 10. one hundred
and most snpe'b Watch for $16. To Agents,
those wishing employment, tnts is a rare opportuni
ty. It is a legitimately conducted business, dub
autnonsea by toe government, ana open to tni
most caret al scrutiny, iryuti
WRIGHT, BBO. & CO., ImpoTters
1S1 ISBOASw AT, OIV lOII
- ootlS-dftwBm
"Tbe Pen is Mightier than the Sword."
THE GOLD FEN,
BEST AND CHEAPEST OF PEWS.
Morton's Gold Pens,
THE BEST PEHS IH THE WORLD.
exexessaasnsnna -
For sals at JVb. 25 Maiden-
Zone, New - Tort, and by erery
auly appomtea Agent at tae tame
vrtces.
Morton mates no T'ens stamped
with the JVame or Trade-mart of
any others tnerejore, where an
Agency is established, the public
will be best suited, and at the
same prices, by catling on the
Agent : in all other places those
wishing the Morton Sen. must
send to Headquarters, where their
oraers wttt receive prompt atten
tion, if accomoanied with the cash.
A Catalogue, with full descrip
tion of sixes ana prices, sent on
receipt of tetter postage.
A. MORTON.
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Ins'antanrons Detachment of Horses
from Carriage.
.
mil IS IN6GNIOCS AND VERS TJ8k
L. ful invention, whioh has been patented in tbe
United States, France and England, is now offered
by tbe subscriber to the pu die feeling assured
they will find it, upon examination, one of the
greatest inventions ot tne age.
Pmmmimtamnn. ita.HffSntsSMirs!
FiBsr The facility with whioh horses maybe
harnessed to or unharnessed from a Carriage; also.
rendering it unneoessarr tor tee person unnarnes
ing to pass between or behind the horses as is oua
tnmarv. thus avoiding anv liability of being kicked
Sbcoud In case of a horse falling, be may be
loosed from the carriage in one second, without tne
drirer learing his seat. It is so simple in its oper-
.tinn tll.t. . AHiM M.n woik it.
Thiro and Gbbstbbt In case of hors taio
fright, becomina onmansg ab e or running away,
tha terrihieconseauencee which 0 freauently fol-
In. m.v .11 hear.iied br this simnle aDDlicatinn
to arriages. a the ho se can be looted from tkt
uarrtaff a iBnKWg, uu uiv varnaite m
quteiuy ana far y mppea.
Mr i! IlIICKRllX era several nublio exhibi
tions. Tbe great favor and. praise manifested bv
the public on tneee occasions, is one oi toe eri
denes nt a noDnlar aooreciation of it merits.
Terms may be known ana oraers reoeivea lor ap
pli ing the patent to Cariiages, or purchase of Stat.
Rights, by addressing to . .
v. uutntuA, ratentee.
ootS9-d3m 93 Elisabeth street. New York.
$2,
V TJ17I F. A V A f.lsa .. a?
! 1 UK A A A OgClIM) rTB-UlrOlB, 1'IDIW SXjLlU C
J male: looal and TraTelinc. isusinesa neu
steady employmeut. No capital required, Addret
r,, m. a ". X' lea V !. -a . V V i
IV H T r-O ts vtv.a 11U, 0 ItWJBau BUtSVI ilOW A Ul JA
octw3m-i
TBVE BUT BTKANOK.-AnrmrmiD lend
X ion ms tbir Addreei, with 20 cents. re
eer, by mail, tbe IN a me and a artede Vteiteof
tne-r in tore wite or iiasouia. ivtuvca a uo.
7SiSatuau street. ISew xorr. Dov0-w3tn
ORGANS.
COLUMBUS
ORGAN FACTORY.
rHE CNDEKSICNED, HATIPtC laat
L completed a Pipe Organ for th German Inde
pendent unurcn, on oiouna street, uolumbus, tan
this method of informing the nublio. and oarticn
laily Church committees throughout tbe tState
tbat he is low ready to contract lor organs ol an;
sisa and nrice. and refers parties interested to th
Organ just completed as a specimen product of hii
factory. b&t'tir.n.t uaatuaisi.lv
ocUi-dtf
printing;
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" COLUMBUS, OHIO' V 4
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JOB PRINTING !
Tb reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
. Employing, as w do, none but th .
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And having a full assortment of the
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Keeded by th business public. -We
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BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Book
manufactured by us. We are prepared to
fill all orders for
Xtedgera.
iTournalaj,
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And all kinds of Blank Book now in aae. The
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