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' n "MTRSttAKCK'tJP AN ORDER OF A. ; aalia the above staled etse from said Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at pablioauetioo, sU th4oor- C the Uonrt Hevset la the eit of Co lnmbas. on . t. -. Saturday, the 25th day of January, -A. D. 7, 1S68., , 44 Voloek F- H i fie foliowins; described real es sate, aitaate in Franklin eoeoty.to witi ' First One hundred and thirty acres or land, taore or less,' eitnated in the southeast oorner of surrej Mo. 5,108 in the name of Kilmund Clark, be cirininc at an eak and e m southeast oorner of a tnotof forty seres eonreyed byWnvB. Sullivant to Reaben Ualliday; theses .south about one hun dred and thirteen noes to the origins.! eouthrest oorner of said surrey; thence westerly about 181 pales to HiMins eoruer in the ori iciest line of said surrey; thence north about 113 pales with Higgins' lines to the south west eemefef said Keubea Ual liday's land: thence east. about 181 Jt, poles to the tacinmnsj, and being the1 same lands decreed and coampsd to the said Kobert tialliday by order of the Uour of Comison Fleas of Franklin county, Ohio, in the oase of said Robert Ualliday vs Wm. ft. SutHrant-etaliatthoJuneTereiof said Court, IKS, exaeptinc, howere-.the andivided half of tea acres in the north we-1 oorner of said tract, which tea acres was at t be time oi the death of said ttob art Ualliday held by him in common with i. 8. El iott, saeh holding the one undivided half thereof. f) AperaisedatTBraore. i , . .,: Second The one undivided half of forty acres of aod, beink part of said survey No.S.10, beginning as two elms in the east line of the original survey and southeast oorner of eighty acres conveyed by Wm, 8. gullivant to J.K. Young; thence 35 poles e SB oak and -elsar ithaaoe west A&X pclea to a stake-in the east line of land foru.eily owned by Miebard Higsins; theooe north XX poles to said iV onus's southwest corner: theooe .east 181X soles to the beginning, the i other undivided half ol said L-orty seres kein owned by L) rJi iillioU. J .A niw,i muI mi. SA7 mw mm s Terms of Sale One third of the purchase money waiil-ott theAvf one-third -ia one sear, and ne-third in two years, with, interest from day of sale, deferred nay man ts seeused by mortage on tba premises. ( ... ..,'. - "V7Mr)0MIGA.N. Sheriff. d C'S-Otos. Attorney. r,-.j.,. KiLA .. i' decM-dltwtd . . 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Mstsil Fries 3 CO., We employ n General A ..nl. mnA A&n ttoa offsrExtra mdncements tn Agents dealing directly with ot ' For fall partiou- iara and terms, add res toe runuiners.. , - - S. i. BUHE CO.; Hartford. Conn, ueeH-wst - VOL. XXXV, COLUMBUS,' Q.,? MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1868. NO. 130. to :;:! ,1;;:)V 5) 1' ; 7i:t1 j Cl ; 1.1, I-. . I. i ... . tatcsmmt. SUM NATRAL HISTORY. , fho .Alligator ia no a rlatiff of No En glaad ; lie iz too useless & critter to be oora tnere. .. , ... -,, ,M . . . He belongs down Soutb rpeidea in the , same , swamp that the copperhead 4VZ-i ' ' f .Heliyes on raw pig,f and don't Jiesi-. tate tew to take them, wbole, if thare don't liappen tew be a smaller, one.. ban- He. is aTsq fond, of a. little negro once, fiia wbjle,by way' of a fresb., ; .,,.,' . "Tbey" are ampbibicusV.'andseyeral. omer Kinus oi cusitew. plenty to men What on parthithey- Jire.;etod; for,:i) don t seem tew know,. unless Jt ii te.w watch for pig". 7 "" , - T "Their "bides can be tanned ifltof: leaA- erybut1 they are' iz bard to 'skin &z a' beech - tree iz; and the ' leather', when tanned.i iz just, about as limber -as, a cooking-stove. "But one. pair ov boots made out v. alligator, wui last, as long as a man's name duz; the only, way tew wear them out iz tew heave them away. Alligator meat iz not lucious. .If you ask for it at the first-klaa's hotels, they alwns tell you ftbat they are just out." It tastes, ax I sboald think he " beef of al, mule would," who had been. worked forty years ; in a " brick yard, and then been struck by . lightning to get rid of him.' .... r I r When the alliirRtor' mouth iz wide open, biz head iz just about in the cen ter ov biz boddy-iiut they have One vhN tew i : came ' very near forgitting they make a very still noise, altho they have more jaw than eny other critter I know bv.' ' ' . These are eome ov the heavyest fackts I have' been able tew gather about the alligatorv.,: VVt. ' :.:--- I he aUicator seems to be a Second edition 0v the krokadile, made out ov what wuz left. " ..l fI think' the krokadile usually-lays eggs when they want some more kroka diles,: butl dont kno whether i think the. alligator duz or don't; but if they do, and i ever find. the nest, and the old fel ler aint on the nest, i shouldn't hesitate tew hatch out the egjgs' myselfr with, it klub. ' '. ' : ' This iz all i know at present about the legator... ..TJ . -r-::: r , Y .V". '-.THE REN j '.V-Vu Yl ."'. iz : the smallest , thing , surrounded with feathers,1 except the humming bird. : ";' lie iz about the size ov a horse chess- nutt.V;.' . '''-r '-':" : ";i 2,'J 'J- He is ov a dark brown color, and bilds hie nest in not holes, out ov little bits ov Btix. p?r. -He iz az gritty az a mud pile, and will fight a Ben turkey. ?''J f : :.. t i; Kens are little-pirates; i have seen them.' drive a blu-bird but oy biz house, and -sett np bizziness on biz stock- in trade, -.t,. v-'--r.'--i They lay an egg about the size ov. a marrow Tat' p. and hatch out at least a half dozen children at a setting. a ' . - .v- r.. : , a ' it's a1 - a jwuug iDU ia mq suuuiesi. Aittic package i ever see done up ; they aint much bigger, and look. Terry mutch like a small-sized 6enncolou.:f ; - Bens are long-lived, but if they should ive -tew be az ,old az Methuseler, they wouldn't be az bigg az a butter nutt. I hey liv on the bug and worm iamily, and spend, their winters south.' f T T They are not promtabel to eat 1 would as soon dress a bumbel bee, and one ren potpie would use up the whole breed. - THE CROW. Next to the monkey, the crow has the most deviltry to spare. They are born verry wild, but kan be tamed az easy az (he goat kan, but a tame crow iz aktual? y wuss than a sore thumb. If thare iz enny thing about the house tliat they kant git into, it iz becauze the thing am t pig enut. , 1 had rather watch a distrikt skool than " one tame Vcrow. Crows live on what they kan stealnd they will steal enny thing that ain't tied down. They are fond ov meat vittles, and are the first tew hold an inquest ' over a de parted horse, or a still- sheep, w A hey are a fine bird tew-hunt, but a bard one to kill : they kan see you 2 miles first, and will smell a gun right through the side ov a mountain. They are not songstirs, altho they havagood voice to cultivate, lint what they do sing, they seem to understand thoroughly ; long - praktiss ; has made them pertekt. The crow is a tufflnrd, and kan stand the heat like-a blacksmith, and the- cold like a stun wall. They bild their nest among a" tree, and lay twice, and both eggs would hatch out if they waz . laid in a snow bank, there aint no such thing az stop ping a young crow. Urows are . venn lengthy, l Deleave they live always, i never knu one to die natral deth. and dont- beleave- thev r . , Kno now. " t-'.' -" ' ' They are alwus thin in flesh, and are like an Injnn ' .rubber shew, poor inside 3 J '- 1 aiiu UUb. . They are not considered line eating, altho i have read somewhere ov biled crow, but still i never beard ov the same man,' hankering for sum biled crow times. .,.,,,...., 'Tlii8 essa on tba crow is-coppied from natur, and if it iz true, i aint tew blame for it, natur made the crow, I didn't, i had i would hav made her more honest and riot quite so tuff. ,. ;- v x HENK, leads me tew remark, in the' fust place, that thus far, they are a suckcess. They are domestick, and occasionally are tuff.... , ., .. .,. ..,. . .' .This is owing tew ..their not "being biled Often enuff in their younger daze but the hen ain't tew blame for this. - .' Biled hen iz universally respekted. ' 1 There iz a grate deal of originality tew-in the hen exactly bow much cant tell, historians fight so mutch about it. Sum say Knower bad hens with biin in ihe ark and sum say. he didn't. So it gtoes, which and turther. .'.;. I kant tell yu. which waz born fust, the hen or the egg ; sumtimes i think the egg waz and - sumtimes i think don't kno,- and i kant Jell now", Avhich iz right, for the.life ov me 3 n ? jf r -;r-1 y Laying eggs iz the hen's best grip. I A ben that kant lay eggs- iz laid ii. . ,i; 1 -.-i. !-ii:,.., .OUVbif:..!.-,. .. .. - ,. . :,. . ; One egg is konsidereu ; a fair day's work, for a. ben, ,1 hove beard ov their , doing better, but i don't want a hen ov mine tew do it it iz apt to hurt their constitution and. by-laws, and thus im- pare their future worth. ,; -' j " The poet sez, butifully :' 1 i ,-. ,) 'Sumboddy hss stole onr old blew hen, . J. I with they'd let her hee. 1 -" : 'She nseil to la 9 eggsa day, ' '" i. i. And Sundays she laid S - : ; ; : I J "This sounds trew'ennflf for poetry, bi t I will ' bet 75 thonsand dollars that never took place. j i.,",t i j: : -.'! I !:This bet stands open till the 17th dAy ov next November, at haff past twelve ,6'dook.,. ; V,..r".''-'.i. '. - .1 . TH1 BUMBEL BKE ' :';' " jiz one ov nature sokrets. , ( ", , j -., They- probably hav a destiny tew: fill, iand are probably necessary, if a fellow 'only knew how. : ,' ; ; ; , ",. j 1', TLey, Jiv apart from - the . rest: ov mankind, in little circles numbering jabont 75 or SO souls.' ' s.:i n: .''i j r They - are born 1 about baying' 'time, and "are diffrerif from enny bug i ,kno w !oy; they are the. biggest when ihey- are fust born..- -They resemble sum . men in IthiB Tenpekt.: : i "'!. ' ' -'?;' j ".'.Their principle" bizziness is making poor honey, but, they dont make enny to Sell. . !-.' i; I,.:;: V.:- Boys rsumtimes rob tbem . out ov. a whole - Bummer's work; but there iz one thing about' a bunible' bee that boys al ways' watch dredful closs, and that iz their helm. ; .,v ; . :.i- -a ; I had rather not her awl the bumbell bee boney there iz between here and the city ov Jeruselem, than tew have a bum ble: bee bit me with, bis helm when he comes round suddin. - - -; ,' ' '' i 1 They are diffrent from other war ves sels; the helm alwus minds the bumble bee. Z. ' "J" ' ' "'. ' The Steed "Mark Twain" Rode in the Holy Land. In a late letter.of "Mark Twain,'? to !tbe Alta-CaJifornia, occurs the following 'description, of hisArabian steed named i"Jerico:" . . - I While I am speaking of animals I will .mention that I have got a horse by the name of "Jerico." He is a mare. - I have seen remarkable horses before, but 'none so remarkable as this. - I wanted a horse that "could shy, and this one fills the bill. I had au idea that shying in : dicated spirit. ' If I was correct I have got the mo8t spirited-' horse on earth. He shies at everything he comes across, with the utmost impartiality. He ap pears to have a mortal dread of telegraph poles especially ; and it is fortunate that these are on both sides of the road, be cause as it is now I never fall off twice on the Bame side. If I fell on the same 'side always it would get to be monoto nous after a while. This- creature has got scared at everything he has seen to day, except a bay-wagon. He walked up to that with an intrepidity and reck lessness that were astonishiug. t And it would fill any one with - admiration to see how he preserves his self-possession in the presence of-a -barley sack. This dare-devil bravery will be the death of this horse some day. ; -. . ,i i He is not particularly fast, but ' I think he will get me through the Holy Land.' '.' He has only one fault: his tail has been chopped off or driven np, and be bas to fight the flies with his heels. This is all very well, but when he tries to kick a fly tiff the top of his head with his hind loot, it is too much variety. -He is going to get himself into trouble that way some day: . He reaches around and bites my' legs, too. . I don't care particularly about that, but I don't like to see a horse too sociable, i I think the owner of this prize had a wrong opinion about him. He had an idea that he was one of those fiery un tamed steeds, but be is not of exactly that character. I know the Arab has this idea, because when he brought the horse to 'me for inspection in Beirout, he kept jerking the bridle and Bhouting in Arabic,"HoJ will you t Do yon want to run away, you ferocious beast, - and ; break your neck 1" when all the time he was not doing any thing in the world, : and only looked like he wanted to lean . up against something and think. When , ever he is not shying at things, or reach ' ing after a fly, he wants to do that yet. ! How it would' surprise bis owner to 'know this. : ' : All About a Ring. 1 ' naturally this gave rise to a vigorous fam a ! ! ily. neighborhood, and even town, war- 2 if ; . ; An exciting lawsuit between two fam i ilies was tried at Woodstock, Vermont, j week or two ago. The suit was brought Ibv (Jrhn and Abbey U. fjhamberlain : against Marshall and Adeline Rix and three daughters A Vermont ' paper says : . - :. , .-; ! '-' This case'arose under the following -circumstances: Mrs. Chamberlain and I Miss Rix, rnow , Mrs. Richardson, 'one 'of ' the ' defendants, while ' ' social game of cards was in i progress at the house of Mr. Rix,. ex- . changed rings, as Mrs. Chamberlain in' I sisted afterwards in earnest and for good, ' but as Miss Rix afterwards insisted, only , in fun, or for two weeks. The two weeks i having expired and Mrs. Li. alter lawful ' demand of the ring in her possession and ' tender of the ring in Miss R.'s possession, 1 refusing to give up the ring, claiming she 1 1 bad traded in good faith, etc., and very . i c . .. J -c oi i : ! ; iare, tue guou cmaeuu ui oumuu uaviug , arranged themselves on either side. The usual quantity of backbiting, slandering and insulting .took place between the ! contending factions, but still Mrs. Cbam- berlain kept possession of the ring, ; with a good deal of cackling. Things : remained in statu quo until, ou one i bright afternoon, Mrs. Chamberlain bad 1 gone to the blackberry lot to pick ber i ries, and there met Mrs. Rix and ber three bouncing daughters. After, the i usual flourish of trumpets, and : preliminary skirmishing, the four Rix I women advanced in good order, seized I Mrs. C, threw her down, and with, force I and violence wrenched the ring from ' finger, and left her bruised, bleeding and j fainting on the field of battle, whilst j the victorious Rix army retreated, bear iing the ring as a trophy of their valor, j For this assault and battery this suit i is brought. The trial occupied two days, ! and resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff; 'damages $75. - - i h i ' '.. ! Capt. S. Morris Schaff, who mur- dered Col. Sheppard, in Alabama, is un ! dergoing the trifling punishment of months imprisonment ana ?ouu nne, ! A new operetta, by Offenbach, tailed j" Fuss in .Petticoats, nas Deen pro duced. One of the features is a trio I which Puss, transformed into a woman !mewB.. 4 Two brides at a hotel in Chicago had tneir trousseaux stolen by a porter, Christmas night, and were consequently i"not btto be seen. t "The wonderful progress of Hediea Science during the vat aia vtara onlv makes it possible for the conscientious Physician todeolare,now,thatCONflimr-- TION is as OIBTAINLTGnSSDAI luiei'tnii tent fever, and as CERTAINLY fbbvint- id as &nili Poa."Bev. CKarU X, King, M. 2. a, jj, etc. . KING'S k , PREPARED PRESCRIPTION, : MID FKOW THB rEESCRIPTIOK oj Rev. CHARLES E. KINO, M. D LL. D., " : ' ' Ton TUB PREVENTION ADD CURE OF :2 O 3V XT 'JtS.. ;t T I 0 3V ', iw IN ITS MOST ADVANCED 8TAGE8). For the nodical Curt of ASTHMA, BRONCHTT S, CAT AUKHt and all affections of the LUNttS THROAT, and AIR PASSAGES; for General and Special Derangement! o! the NERVOUS SYSTEM ' tor tHeordere of the BLOOD; and for all function ( Ditonier of the UtomacX and Bowel. U immediately increases tbe strength and deeptm the color of tho pale llcod. It subdues the Chili and toner, and diminishos tbe McepectoratUm. check the night sweats, always, in from ovon fourteen day.: The appetite is at onoe invigorated, and the patient rapidly gain Jleth; the cough, and tbe difficult breathing .are speedily relieved: the sleep beoomescalmandtelreshingj Iht evacuation regular and unirornt.- ALL THE GENERAL SVMPTOMS OF. CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA BRONCHITIS, Ac., DISAPPEAR WITH A REALLY ASTONISHING RAPIDITT. Tbe PRESCRIPTION should be used in every 9ase where the Physician prescribes "Cough Mix tpres," "Tonics, Iron, Acids, Bark, Qotnink CodLivbrOil, WHI8KT, Ac., and in every disease by whatever KAMI known, in whiohthereis sx hibitedanyoneor moreoi the following ....-. -g tPT OM8 t : tHffhuU or Irregular Breathing Lot of Breath Cough, Watting of-fieh Night Sweat, Bleeding from tba Lunge, Jtos of strength, Lo of Appe tite, General DbiHv)rVebUity of Pregnancy and hurting. Hying Pain through the Hhoulder; Chett, fao or Limb. Neuralgia JTereou Headache, Neroou Prostration, Nervou Irritation, Giddl ne or DWxti, Lxciv Palenet; Sore Thront Drowsiness, Sleeplessness, Dyspepsia, Sour Bton ach," Heart Burn," Oppression or Sinking of th Stomach before or after eating. Constipation, He mittenl Fever, Ac.. Ac, anl especially in all Pe male Disorders or Uterine Irregularities, such a Difficult, Painful, Suppressed, Scanty, Xxceesio Delayed, Premature, or too frequent Menetruatio - Statement from Patients, dec. : "Yonr Prescription saved my daughter's life, and has saved me hundreds of dollars. " Rev. . Hum rHKBTS.Remsen.N. Y. "We bless Ood for the benefit we have received rom your Prepared Prescription." Rev. P. Pasa. sbinb, Bloesburg, Penn. "Every one to whom I have recommended it has benefitted much by its use." Rev. C. D. Jones, Ra cine, Wis. .-. Bible House, Astob Plaoi.N . Y. In the early part of February, 1865, I was suffering from a vi olent congh, for which I bad been treated during rix months previously without benefit. I had Night Sweat which completely prostrated me. In the evening; hoarseness would oome on. which would prevent me from speaking above a whisper. I had then bad two attacks of bleeding from the Iangs. My Family Physician assured me that he could do oo more for me. 1 was growing, rapidly worse, and bad been compelled to leave business for nearly two months. All my symptoms indicated, unmistaka bly, the presence of CONSUMPTION. In the be ginning of February, Mr. Henry Fisher, Treas urer of the American Bible Society, presented me with abottleof the PREPARED PRESCRIPTION. Inafewdava. mv aooetite ( which 1 hadentirelv tost), returned; within a week, my cough had almost lett me; ana in less man two weens tnsivtffAs awea were broken up. Thenceforward I regained strengt rapidly, and am now regularly attending to my da ties as clerk to the AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY in whose employment 1 have been nine years, t am now enjoying good health. TonrPKbSUKlPl'ION offected aCU recovery. K, when my friends despaired of my "1 have bad A er vous or spasmodic asthma for eleven years. During the last six years I have nev er had an uninterrupted night's rest. Itoften seem ed to me that I would die before I could get air into my lungs. , 1 suffered so greatly from 'shortness of breath,' that 1 was compelled to take frequent rests n walking from my residence to my place of buai- nws. ..... ; . . "The night before 1 obtained the TKKrAKLii PRESCRIPTION,' was the worst I ever passed. On obtaining the remedy, I took a teaspoonful at noon and again at night, and slept all nisnt without waking. 1 have not had a broken night's rest since. 1 have now completely recovered mv strentrth and spirits, and am not at all afflioted with 'shortness of breath.' 1 shall be glad to have anv one afflicted with Asthma oall and see me. EZRA C. LANUDON. No. 334 Fourth St.,N. Y." The "PREPARED PRESCRIPTION" is put up in a tl bottle, and is sold by Retail by all Druggists in Colnmbus, and by Druggists generally, or orders mar be addressed to tneooierroprietors.unUAnu MOSES A CO.. S7 Cortlandt St., N.Y. Consult tion free. A Ciroul t, containing particulars many casks succes fully treated, will be sent fre by mail, to all who will write for it. Sold Wholesale and Retail by S. E. SAMUEL CO. sepae-dAweowly MARK.I AO ti dJUlOii. A NOTHER EDITION JUST PlfB- i lished, being the 38th of the POCKET .iESCU- Lsriua, or nvery one his own Doctor, including a Treatise on Diseases of Females, Irregularities, Ac; with a hundred engravings, explaining those diseases, in both sexes. By W M. YOUNG, M. D. Avery one may oonduct any case of secret diseases, self-abuse, or those distressing diseases incidental to youth, manhood or old age, without resorting to the Quacks of the present dav. Let no man contemplating marriage be another hour without reading this wonderful book, as itdis closes important seorets, whioh should be known to them particularly. ijet the weaK. and Dasnruiyontn wno has ruined his constitution by the debasing habit of self-abuse read this book.. - It will be sent to all parts of the U nlted States and Canadas tor so cents. Address, - UK. WM. I OUNtr No. 416 Spruce street, Philadelphia, Penn. juneU-wly wM sltJ Legal Notice. a C. Hanes, Adm'r of E A Probate Court, Franklin County Ohio. .Petition to sell lanl. Stanley, deceased. ' - - - auainst - Harriet M . Fuller. Erskine A. uller et al. OB SON 6. STANLEY AND EDWARD Htanlerare hereby notified that on the 13th day of December, 1867. said Administrator filed his petition in the Probate Court. Franklin oounty. Ohio, the obiect and nraver of which petition is to obtain an order for the assignment of dower of Ab bey T. Stanley, widow of said E, A. Stanley, de ceased, in and tor the sale of the following real es tate o( which b. A. Stanley dud seised, to pay the debts of said deceased, to-wit: l wenty-hve aores ot so rnacn or tne nomesteaa farm ol slid deceased, situate in Clinton town- shin. Frankiin eonntv. Ohi-. as lies rorto of the fift acres heretofore sold off ot (aid farm to L. A. Fuller. - Said petition will be for hearing on the 80th day of J annsr t, 1868, or as soon thereafter as said Court will near the same. a. u. nftata . - - - Adm r or JS. A. btanley. aeo a. COLLIK8. Att'y. decl-w4w a six in on MACHINERY. JOHN SHORT. D. H. BOYCB. i-RANKLIN MACHINE WORKS SHOTV3C & ROYOE, ., BUILDERS AND REPAIRERS OF :' ' -.O I I -. .; ' STEAM ENGINES, MILL OKK AND ALL KrNDS OF ACHINERY, BLACKSMITH NG. WORK. 4o. . BOILER Water at . bet. North A Last, east of Penitentiary, COLUMBUS, OHIO. 9 Special attention'giren to Repairing of Ma ehineryot all kinds. novx-aimaom WINES AND LIQUORS. lVJRW F1BA1. J. SCHT-E!DER, r ATE OF THE FIHUOF J. SCHNEI 1-i DE R A CO No. 243 Fourth street, has opened a new store for the bosinesu ot reoulyiag ana sell ing liquors at . !Vos.3a, 34 Ac 3S West Broadway, The new firm will be known as J. SCHNEIDER CO., and tneir stock of NATIVE AND FOREIGN WISES And Liquors wi'l be second to none in the city. Hoping to receive a share of the oity and oountry trade, and determined to make ours the fir.'l Liquor House in Columbus, we invite an inspeoiion ot our stork. J. SCHNEIDER A CO - oots-dly BOOK BINDERY. L. 8LEBEBT. t. W. LILLEY SIEBERT & LILLEY, BOOK BINDERS, BLASK BOOK MANUFACTURERS ' ;' . ' AND .'. .'"" ;. SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, SOUTH HIGH ST., OPERA. H0U8E BUILD LUG : ianis-eodly :- -i ' COLUMBUS OHIO FORSALE. rrnG UNDERSIGNED WISHES ' TO 1 sell his house end let on tbe Nstionsl Road, short distance east of the Blind Asylum, being No. two(S) in a certain part of lot No. five (5 . designated on the recorded plat, better known Rudolph Kickly 8 place, r ornarncniars, inquire at dsiiua las', iai3-dltaw2in , ' Ho. 18 E. Friend street. CLOTHING. GREAT REDUCTION IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS AND THI1VG. LOOK AT OUR PRICEtet Sblrts Reduced f roaa 4 to 3. ; Shirts Reslnc d from S3 50 to i 50. Sbirts Reduced from t3 to 2. Gray's Collars, 20c per pk'g. Ties worth 75c for 25c. ' ' Ties worth 50c for i sc.. - . Best Enc lists Saper Stent Socks, 4O0. Wnlte Slerino Ilndersblrts, tl 85. lrlerlno Hstlf-hose worth eOc for 37Kc. merino Hair-hoee worth l for 60c. . A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING- GOODS ily!,';'-:, : :.- r- A1 . EQUALLY LOW RATES. ALSO dent flnlfa Hade lo Order. Halts worth 7ff for 0. , ,, Nulls worth aS for .1.f. . , ntts worth SO for 8.10.' SnlM worth B.VS for 4."S. Anita worth ffO for AO. ,,: Panto worth 918 for tS. V Pants worth 919 for $13. Pants worth fit for $11. - t.,:j ALL OUR GOODS MARKED DOWN! 1 j IV o TRASH No Old Stock to Run Off! , CLARK & N1SWANDER, Octl5d3m-novl8 131 South Hlsrh St. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. HUNTER'S : Clothing Emporium, - No. 220 South High St., couinnus, oiiio. hate jtust received the UrvMtt .nd finest stock of Fall and Winter Goods evsr brought to this oity, consisting of French, Xlnsfllsili. and Domestic Cloths, CaaBimere, &c, For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low est Cash prices. ... , Also keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of - . READY MADE CLOTHING. JOHN HUNTER, sep6 S30 South High street, NOTICES. Disso! ution of Partnership. THE riRITI Or J. Ac T. E. mi LiAiEU A JOYCE is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. . : JOHN MILLER, , A r. M IliLibK, ' JOHN JOKOK. Columbus, January 1,1868. NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. The nnrlArniffnn have this dav formed a copart nership- to co itinne the jobbinc of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods snd Notions, under the firm name of MILLERS, GREEN A JOYCE. They will occupy the old stand of J. A T. E. Miller Joyce, Nos. 95, 97 and 89 North Hich stret. Colum bus, u mo. - iunn miuLiEjii, a . tninu AiiutiE.iv. ALBERT W. GREEN. . ' .. JOHN JOYCE. .. Onr Mr. Albert' W". Green, formerly a partner In the firm of Butler, Cecil, Rawson A Co. of New xorkoity, anaconuectea wita tnat nouse aunng its entire existence, will continue to resido in New York and purchase all the Goods for the new firm. With abundant ready capital to purchase all of our Goods for CASH, and with a practical experience of fifteen years among the manufacturers, com Mis sion man and auotion hoases, we shall be enabled to oner to the mercantile oommnmty a wen select ed stook at EXTREMELY POPULAR PRICES. We feel justified io addinx that our facilities for doing a large business and accommodating large deilers will now be equal if not superior to any house west of New York. MlLLlUiS, utticn a. juiun. January 11, 1888. dlw NOTICE To the Stockholders of the Co-liunbas & Iodi ma Central ' Railway Company. OFFICE OF THE ColukbuS A Indiana Cbntbai. Railway Co, Columbus, O., December 16th, 1P67, AITIEETINU OF THE STOCKHOLD - ERS of tne above named Company will held at the office .of said Company, in the city Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, the IMIi day of January, 1858, between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M and 3 o'clock P. M., to vote upon a contract made by the Board of Directors of said Comoan r, and ratified by said Board at its meeting en the 4th of Deoember, 1867, with the Chioago A Great Eastern Railway Com pany of the Sta e of Illinois and Indiana, for consolidation of said Co-npanies and the r roads. property, Ac. into one company and corporation. and such other matters relating thereto or as may corns before tbem. By order of the Board of Direorors. ' GORDON MOODIE, deoI7-d2wwtd Secretary A a lot ss as WANTS. WANTED! A GENTS TO SELL A NEW. DESIRA "V. ble and popular invention, by which energetio aeents oan make from elOO to 6150 ner month. close Firry cams and obtain sample and circular by return man- Address, STEWART A CO., Sole Manufacturers for the West, . No. 5 South High street. Columbus, Ohio, P.O. Box 1295, ' loot28eod3m WAITED. A CAPITALIST WITH ONE, THREE as. or ten thousand dollars. . A BIG.THING! - Address, until 20th , . novlS-tf ' . . . C. BURGESS, Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED INFORMATION OP whereabouts of THOMAS. MICHAEL PATRICK. McNEMARA. will be gladly reoeived by tbe undersigned at Columbus, Ohio, who it widow of the late James Monemara. killed by cident at P. Hayden's rolling mill. Ootober 28, iAn-dAw2t ANN MONEMARA. Papers oop-ing the above will confer a favaa alonewidow.J ; PAINTING. . MARTIN GERRIETS, FRESCO, HOUSE AND SIGN PAESTER, Glazier and Paper Hanger, 1-tTOTJliD MOST RESPECTFULLY v v form the peiple of Columbus and vicinity ll , V- U.. UI. Ilkn. U.. II I.- . I ' .un, nu u.s in. ouuii . jan . lA.urj ocureiner opposite tbe Court House, where he will be to execute any work in the best style and at rates.!. ;x ij. . aecuu-d'm A be of the or the an 1867, on IV S, ready low HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. OHIO FURNITURE CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ; r r FURNITURE ! Nos. 6, 7 and 8, Cwjnne Block, East Town 'Street, COLUMBUS, OHIO.1 ' PARLOR SUITS. MahoKoav, Rosewood and Wal nut In Hair-cloth, Green Reps an Brocatelle. ' '; :' CHAMBER SUITS. Rosewood,' tTalnnt,' Cbeatonl and Oak, finished In Tarnish and Oil; . ' ' ; ' ; ;' ",' -".''j ' Dining Room Suits; .Walnut. Chestnut and Oak Ex tension Tables; Walnut and Oak Dinine Chairs; . Caae-seat , and Wood; Oak and Chestnut' Side boards.' ' Hair-cloth, . Green . Reps and Damask - Xoua ges ; Secretaries; Book Cases and -Etageres. Husk, Cotton, Hair and Spring Mot Tucker's, Jones' and DeCanp'i Patent SprlnB Red Bottoms. ' ' ' Wo have the above articles of the latent styles and of superior quality, bith in material and Snish, ana guarantee prices as low as. ami nouse in tne trade. ' OHIO FURNITURE CO.! J ' J. K. BRITTINGHAM, Supt. B. H. How. Tress. . 71 ..." septlO-eod-ly ooUS-wly-r NEW YORK. $1,000,000 in Watches I . ; FOR SALE ON THE POPULAR ,' '.. : 03NT3E3 PRICE PJjAJT : G1Y1NG EVERY PATROtf A ' : ' ITnn1enmn null rfolinhlo Wnrrli ' UUUUUVIUU MUW ULUUI1V W.MVU , FOR THE LOW PRICE 07 $10, Without Regard to Value! And not to be paid for unless perfectly satisfactory. 100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches...250 to tl.000 loo Maine Cxsed Gold Watches 200 to S00 100 Ladies Watches, enameled 100 to 500 9U0 Gold H'n'ing Chrm'ter Watches S50 to - 800 200 Gold Hunting English Levers.. 300 to 350 300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. ISO to sno 300 Gold Hunt'g American Watches 100 to 260 5M Silver Hnnting Levers 50 to 150 500 Silver Hunting Ouple.es TS to 850 500 Gold Ladies W atches 50 to S50 1,000 Gold Hunting Leoines 5 to - 75 1,0"0 Miscellaneous rsuver w atones., su to loo sou Hunting t uver w atones ra u au ,000 Assorted Watches, all kinds.... 10 to ' 75 r. Gvnrv natron obtains a Watch bv this ar rangement, costing bat $10, while it may be worth i.uul' nnmniuiiTRn.wn. m m ... ? -, We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming the arti cles, are placed in sealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are entitled to tne articles namea on ineir certificate noon payment of Ten Dollais, whether it be a Watch worth 1,000 or one worth leas. The return of anr of our certificates entitles you to the artiole named thereon upon payment, irrespective of its worth, and as no article valued less than Sit is namea on any oerunoato, uwiuh ouoe do seen that this is t No .Lottery, but a straightforward legitimate transaction, wnicn may be participated In even by the moat fastidious ! ' A single certificate will be sentbymail, postpaid. noon receintof 25 cents, fire for el, elrven for $2, thirtv-three and elegant premium for $5. sixty-six ana more valuable sremium for tlo. one hundred and most supe-b Watch for I5. to Agents, thoee wishing employment, this is a rare opportuni ty. It is a legitimately conducted basinets, duly authorised by tne government, ana open to mh most careful scrutiny. Try ut I WEIGHT, BRO. & CO., Importers, .161 JlBOADwAT, SH IOBAV. octl5-dAw6m "The Fen is Mightier than the Sword." THE GOLD PEN, BEST AND CHEAPEST OF PENS. Morton's Gold Pens. THE BEST PEHSJN THE WORLD, For tate at JVb. 2S 'Maiden- Zone, Jveir-York, ana by every duly appointed niffent at the tame ortces. . ; jnorron maccs no it ens nampea with the JYame or Trade-mark of anv other: tnererore. frnere an Agency is established, the -public will oe vest suicea, ana ai. ine same prices, by calling on ' the sLoent : in all other places those tfishin.a the Morton Pen, must send to Headquarters, where their orders will recetre prompt atten tion, if accompanied with the cash. s Catalogue, with full descrip tion of sizes and prices, sent oh receipt of tetter postage.- " A. MORTON: C. pUCREUX'S PATENT For Instantanpons Detachment 01. Horses T from CarnagcB. mnn ivr.F.m lllf in and vuttl sjsi!., L ful invention, which has been patented in United States, franco and bngiand. is now onerea K. ih. .nhiiRriber to the nn-dic. feeling assured thev will find it. noon examination, one of greatest inventions of the age. Vina Th. funilitv with which horre. ffl.T hirnessed to or unbarnesBed Irom a ua riaro; aiBo, rendering it unneceasarr for tbe person uuuarness- ing to pass oetween or oenina ma uornos u io thii. .vniiiini. mi li&hilitv of being kicked KinnVn In c&.A of a horse falling, be may loosed Irom the carriage in one second, without dr ver leaving his seat. It is so simple in lis opor ..Inn ,!,.. AhiM Ml,,! WOtIt it Third and Greatest In case of hors-s taViog fright, becomiofc unmansg' able or running away, in. lan-in D.nMMnHiiRM wnicn rtr i wu.n.r.ivi. low may all be av.-idod by this simple application ... .---,. Bi-. the hornM can be loosed from Carriage "in a twinkUeg," and the Carriage quickly and saf ly ttopped. Mr.C. UUUKISUi I irHva several public exhibi tions. The great favor and praise manitostea fhA nnblie on these occasions, is one of the evi dences of a popular appreciation of its merits. Terms may oe Knows ana oraers receiveu wrap pi) ing the patent to Carriages, or purohaseof Stale Rights, b, addressing DUCREUX p. oot29-d-m - . 03 Elisabeth street. New Vork. ffOK PER DAY. i J)0 male; Local ai Steady employmet-t. Agents wanted: Male and aod Traveling. Business No capital required. Addrets Rebvks A Co., Ko.T8Kassaustreet,New oik oct39-w3m-D TRUE RUT STRANGE. Any person send inr ns their Address, with 20 oents. a ill ceive, by mail, the Name andaCartede Visile their future Wife or Husband. REEVES A Nassau street. New York. ... . novio-w3m ORGANS. .1 COLUMBUS : ; . ;., ;, ORCAM FACTORY. wnv. STTVnKH SIGNED. HATIRO L completed a Pipe Organ for the German Inde pendent Uhurcn, on Aiounu street, uoinmous, t-.hiam.thod of informing the nunlio. and nartiou laily Church committees throughout, the that he is tow ready to contract for Organs of sise and price, and refers parties interested to Organ just completed as a specimen product of factorr. CALBERT UEMUixDER. oot2S-dtf ,i!u.;r-; .-. ;! '. :.::';; RATES Of AMAtRTISIN. Ten lines of Nonpareil, or X Inch (pad sonin ': tute a square. , , . V aily For each insertion, per square, TS e'en tl r Notices of Deaths, 60 cents; Notices of ilarriate; M eento; Religioua Notices, M eents. Ad Teniae., menu inserted every otherday, even third day, and pnee a week, will be charted tl 00 par square, each insertion. Business Notioee in Local column, sf eents per tins tat each insertion. . No Notice lest ' than tl.00. W kkslt tl.BO per fquare each insertion. Bnsi--ness Notices, 50 eents per line each insertion. No Notice less than ta 00 Lefal advertise uients will be churned regular rates. AH transient advertisements must be paid for a -tle time they are ordered. . the the be uo iMn, be the the as Dy Fe- new ... re of CO. last taxes any tbe his ,; ; 7 PRINTLNG. ; ' PRmriiTGr. THE LARGEST AND " - - " . PLETE ' MOST com .!,! it BOOK & JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT IN CENTRAX s OHIO, PROPRIETORS. Nos. 36, 38 & : 40 North Hlgh St.;' COLUMBUS, OHIO- The attention of the Business Public is called to the superior facilities of this Establishment. :' j i Wehave ineonstantsse : fl ,: it . -!l!t (M i ::!'' T '!.' !':; '-jf 0l.'.V! Eleven Steam Power Presses I OF TBI . BEST AND LATEST, KINDS ,And our ability to get out work promptly Is un- v - surpassed in the West. We have lately made additions to our alreadv ; ' - ' i j':''. -. . . ; ;:'? J ' iii :i L4BGG TAItlET : .1 . ' ;:'.'--:.-. -. .... .'. . i'-.: ,i. ;i;-.j r.'iir P RI N T IN G T YF E S, j And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give ) usaealL Our large fonts of type enable us ' ' to do all kinds of ' !' BOOK PRIXTIJXG I - Jn the most prompt and excellent manner, and we call the attention of thoee wanting anything -, , , t . .... in this line to the f r..- ElL,ECiAJVX SPECIMENS I That wo have exeouted in the past year. .A ,1--.- i .1..-...., - ., -. -Ti:ii !;..::. a " " ' -'-" 1.l jfcjst.JI K.1 JOB PRINTING ! The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing; i it well known te the business community. : Employing, as we do. none but the: i:c.;i " - - '.' : ' - - I Best of Workmen. And having a full assortment of the LATEST and CJ.XOICEST ! STYLES OF TYPE,r i We will cuarantee the utmost satisfaction. ': i ; ALL KINDS OF - - ' i : . . . : ... . . -, . ' .. I Mercantile, . . . -. Railroad, 1 . ' ' ; Bank and ' , ; .Commercial , .if Printing, f - - . i -'"'' 8CCH AS Bill Heads, Circulars, Cards, - . ' . ..i Letter Heads, s Checks, '-":, "J,., i Blanks of aii kinds, j Drafts, 1 . : - : IS FACT. . '. : : " '' EVERY KLD OF JOB PSIMIXG: Needed by the business public. J ". " ; We a' so keep on hand a larger stock of 1 PAPERS OF ALL KINDS' Than any other Printing House in the oily, inch as .1- - : - - '' '' Saner Royal. - . Medinsm, : ; -j - . : - Demy, ' . Crown. Cap, Cap, -,- letter and , Not Papers' Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as f ' do, directly rrom tne menuiaoburor, we w, . enabled to do our work at correspond- ' ingly low rates. . We are Sole ! .. Agents for the , CELEBRATED PAPERS . OF Pi. A.TlVEABt Sc PORTER.! BLANK BOOKS. We particularly call attention to the Blank Books ' manufactured by us. We are prepared to '3 U;-).. nil- : : fill all orders for -. i - V Iiedgersi, . :. t JonrTi 1 an, '' 1Da.-y Hoolus, i' .'. :'!;'-; 1 '.ii;h.-TX'"'-! 1 ' ''' o : 'it And all kinds of Elank Books now In use. These, . Books are all done in thebest style of paper, rul-' ing and binding, and we challenge competition in' this Una. 4i ;-i : -i t '' : GIVE TJS ' A. ' C , ui;.- i Ji 1 NEVINS & MYERS, 38, 38 fc 40 North lllgrh Strectr' COLUMBUSI i.'i' aorlS . 1 t t 1 1