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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Showing the arrival Bad depasture of train at Co srnbus, Ohio. On and after Wednesday, Jan. ll IMS Mil ..wUlruiiasfoltowst.,..,. , .... OlewelsLBvl, Cctuakni CIHU R. R. LEAVE. iuml ' 1:45 A.M 7:40 P. W. 2:00 P. M. MOP.M. loss A.M. tright Express., So. 1 Accommodation.. 5:00 A. M. law York E 11:10 A.M Kxonkm and Mail. a 8:30 V. M. Bpriagfield via Uttotm Tbis train leaves Sunday rem Sunday sight not Saturday.' JAMES PATTERSON AnnL tMUlelW taaal tOtlintiit Xenta r.r. Firrt Nirtt Express ..MAS A.M. ISrSSA.M eeond Express tM A. M. 11:58 A. Mi Cwolnasti Accommodation- 5.-0 A. M. 0.S0 P. M. Pavhipresj.. ....... 8:!5 P.M. 11:00 A.M. . wuun, Agent. Haiti we er Okie Ntalli-Md, Central Wel'I I)tSnrfMi...... 11:10 A. M Noi. 5 Mail and Express....'... 10 P, M, So, 7 Night Express...... . ........... lOS A. M. Ko.'6Man.......,.v...,............nsw A. M nO. IV l'KT,Tmm v .1BU r. si. No. Night Express .1145 P. M fcijna ' 1 "---' J. A. Pebxinsv Agent. Oolaatu Indlauesi Central Rall .....UlTl.- .!: A. M. -B.fr, Hight Express... X A. M. Pittsburgh Express... ..... 540 f VI .on P. M. a Jay Express...... 12:08 M. 114)9 A. M Aiwrtiiaadatioa. ..... 6:80 A. M. : 4:10 P. M. G. A. Hill, Agent, in faadaikri HaaiaflMITwarlL R.R. Train leave Newark and arrive as follow i' - Hi"' .'. :ii-j'i.:.a. . Leave Arrir. Freight 25 A.M.. 25 P.M. ja.lj na express. v.?v A.m. x.au r.M. sa&ftsaeld Express ............ 4.00 P.M. rs.as A.M. . i i l A.W. Dimhis. Agent. mttabiarca Claxnka Cincinnati. .! -J:"':;. ' Amtrm. - leave. - Night Express 12:05 Mid n't, 1:1 A. M, Mail and Express . .r.w. Jl:66 A. M.. fcfiO A.M. Now York .Express ,' 66 p. M. : J130 A. M. IHaniaoa Aooommodation 6t0P. M. tM A. M. Dii;i!ij v. in'i ; i? J. 8. Fnm Afrent. Closing and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE .'Ttewli Mail. a. M, r.M. -A.H. r.M. Tia 8tanbiiTilla Sew York. Pituburgn. , and ; f , Philadelphia 1U0 llriS 100 7:30 CleTeland. Toledo.' Wish- ; . i 4 . -., . iiHtoaD.O.. 8aidaJkT. -V, '.r "Bmton and Buffalo...... 1K0 130 10flO 'fO Cincinnati, throah A war - Seaia. gpnogneld and j; . 1 1 " ' i SaTton 110 .... 11:00 .. Cincinnati throagh. Xenia, .-, ... -, Sprinrfield.' Dayton and ' ' '' 1 Mai Rirer.R. 8, R. H - T:SC Ind.anapolis. through A way , p.J.i,R.R. .... iiM.iftt mso, Indianapolis, Chicago and ' " t. Louin. thronrh... I0' ..W .j.. tflO Olereland war and Dela-- . , . f -: . , , , .. wars............ ,130 il-M Wheeling and w T Zmu- Tilli and Hawrt. Iffceelinir through, WMk iiao ington, V. and xlalU- . .i,r. r wa,i....j.'...Hi.. r. . ... . 11 :50 ' . Rteubenrille way.... .... - 6:00 .... Knrth st.TiaCreatlineA : : - - fnr "Wajnc......... . .; lOQj.ki',. -:.';. Korth East, Tia Crestline A , Ptabnrgh...... . ... .... IMO . 15:45 ;7ao vircierille, Vbuliootna A ' Portsmouth .... 10:50 7 : 7d0 ) 126 foaacaster,' Obio.n. ...... . .... .- 7.-O0 East W ay. National Boad 10:00 ... .... Mt. Vernon Way, Wester- Tille. Ac 0:30 .... Borth Columbus and Clin-. . I ' UnyilW....:...!........ 0.-00 .W ashinton C.H., via bar ' risburg. (tri-weekly,) ' arrirea Mondays, Wed . .days, A Fridays, and xl leavu Tuesdays. Thurs 'days and Ratnrdavs..:. ii : g.-OO 70 ! if-. .Centre Village, (tn-week-i t.t Tuesdays, TanrsdayaV 'lllit. and Saturdays., .1 . - v i . - Opnob Hocbs. Office opens at 7X o'olook A. M.' and closes at 7H P.M. Sundays, opens at 8 A. M . and closes at X A. M. - JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. An Adroit Swordsman. PriTaskUas ila' 'Weir luiownr' was. as '.droit's swordsman as he was perfect in .horsemanship, and he ever rode a pow erful and -fleet charger. Daring' the re . treat of the ' American ' army through .New Jersey, in the darkest Tiour of oar national adversity, Pulaski was, with a ' small party of horsemen, pursued by a targe party of British cavalry, the leader 'of which was a good horseman, and mounted tnearly as well as Pulaski. Pulaski rode in the rear of his detach 'inent, and the British Captain, in front of those he commanded. ? J -t " ' The morning sun was shining brightly, casting- oblique shadows, and as the pur xiBued party entered a long, narrow lane. Pulaski having satisfied himself of the i superior speed and command, of his horse over mat ot ms pursuer, slackened his ' pace and kept ' his-horse to the side of -.tha lane furtherest from the son.'' The 1 pursuing officer came up in hot haste, his wnn. p.MVfltA. ba itfl tn nialrA thn AafiaivA 'cut upon;, Polaski as soon as he could reach him. ' ' .,'.,.,-' ' . ; , " ; Pulaski rode as though, be heard not i 'the advance upon hirayet he kept-his : "eyes fixed warily upon the ground on the ; j id ofjiiai horse toward the 'sun on . the j iright. . As soon as he saw the shadow pf his pursuer's horse gain, uport him, and "that the horse's bead,, by his shadow, j had; gained about half, the length of his ,Twn.;iibrse'8 body, he gave the sudden.. Bword cut of St. George with hia power-, . aann,rand saw," the decapitated .head -rof , the ;Engliah - officer following, - the 7trokej "r- r FVt. ;;-;.:.--'. ,;s-..-i;: h-i;;.ur, c tf His tnathematical' eye had measured the.distance by the position of the shad-i ; ow bii accurately -his position giyjng a ; ling back reach to his right arm, while ; the cross1 stroke of his pursuer must have; y "been. made at a much shorter distance to ; ihaye taken effect--that the pursuing of-: - ficer lost his head , before he suspectedj j that hid proximity wad known,' or that a 3hltfw'wa8 meditated. V 'J' i : JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. An Adroit Swordsman. An Unpublished Letter of Burns. 10 awofHi following letter? (says the : Banff! thire Jbr7ia)ti n JtheJ; hand writings of Bursa, xfwaa.iToniby-Mra. .Bfgg, thej peet'g sistery when 'residing at 'Tranent, itr a! dfertain Mr'P.Vwho had 'shown her no, little 'kindness:-"This letter, which JtJ-Ji::i.l i-' j --..t.l' "i;: '' . una unueriu escapeu puuiicai.iou,,i8 now in tae posieBBion: of i Air.: . s 'son, who, haugh Jof '-migratoiy' habits,- has' his, UjllUU UX 1MUCUWU ; .. .. : "ELLISLAND, 14th August, 1789. is n.ZHr.&S Wii4-iAM I ;:receLived' your letter, and am very happy to hear : that you have-' got settled for the winter. I enclose you the. two guinea notes of the ' Bank rbf 6cotlandVwhick Z . hope will "'"serVe,!y6ur':1need.! It' is, indeed not j,, quite ,bo conyeneient' for me to spare money' as it once was, but 1 know your situation,- and f will eay it, in some, res pect your -worth. I have ho time to' write at present., but I beg youwill en deavor to pluck np a little more of the r man than yon UBed to have.. Remember my favorite quotation : .': . .-u I i ' '' 1 "0n reason build resolve. ' '' That column of true majesty in man; -'-''! What proves the hero truly great Is never, never, to despair.': ;..? ' is f.;;U Your mother and sister beg their com-..pliments-; ":..r". . "'r.';''.',','.' . "A, JJitv je vow commenae. , , "ROBERT BURNS." Bankrupt and Dun. p These two words are in puch common use and are of sueh peculiar interest at presetft that we give oelow their deriva tidns", which we takw from an exchange;: : i T-The word :du finrtr came into use, it fs : said, 'during the reign' of Henry the Seyepthi pf England.' ' It owes its birth ' to an English bailiff by thtf name of 'Joe 'DwiV who was' so indefatigable and skil-'. ful ,at 'hi$ business of collecting debtsi '' that it because a proverb when a person did not 'pay his debts; Why don't you Dui bim i" lrthal? is; ""Why don't yoti A Tt.,m aftar Ti?m V' 3 Tinned. orina-, ,B1U - T" J . ..ted, tha wordt-whieh; has. iopg oeea, in.; universal use. ,uaiu.; j..i i1h9lhoej cnagtno Italy bad, it :J l,...luii ni ntaJIa in tha nurs or IS eaiu, uuvv- - --:;:;"1WAMTED.-;;:r-l-: i 4- exchantre, in former times, and at these they conducted their ordinary business. iVhen any Vof' them fell back in the world and became insolvent, his bench was broken , and the name of broken bench, or banco toltd,. was given him. When the word was first adopted into English, .it was nearer the: Italian than it i now ; is; being lankerout, instead of oansirapt. . i f. ir-..f: . PAPER .'. , WAREHOUSE. PAPER WAREHOUSE. The attention of tha Trade Is called to tie snperi- PAPERS OF 'ILL -RINDS, ' Just received ndforsaleby . NEVIA'S; & ' MYERS, SO, S8 40 JTOKXH HIGH ST., Oar itoek comprises a full Una of ' Book. Writing,' Colored arid v " '.-;:. -: ' :,t-: (. A i ; Print Papers. We have a fall stock of ENVELOPES, or all sixes and varieties, which will be fold at the lowest market rates. t.U :0us btock or IjanaurpMU the city, includinf , t BRISTbL BOARD, - ; .i ' Ra Re CHECKt " :i i. COLORED of ail kinds,! AndJBLANk. .! ! ' GI TK , US' A O A. J-- L , ..KEVINS Sc 91 VERS. novS . MISCELLANEOUS. F A. & L. LESQUEREUX IMPOBTERS AND. DEALERS IN DEALBKS IN ..' WAT CUES JEWELRY, . CLOCKS, fj . . :i;;-;'SIETER mnA'-' ' PLATED WARE, CANES, SPECTACLES, CEXEERY, . ..;,. :.; u.dOLD pkrs, , POCKET-BOOKS aid ' OPERA GLASSES, , ., , IS ENDLESS TABIETT. .,. Keep constantly on hand a' large assortment of Seta Tn'smasi ana TTaterbniy Cleeka For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents ior tne , . A ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass es it reneh sad Ueneva) in f uU supply at luw rates. - ' All orders BtomotJ. filled and satisfaction guaranteed. . r. a. a ii. LKsyuit Ktui. febla-eodly No. 71 South Hih st Columbus. GEO. W. GLEASON, BOOKSELLER AND - STATIONER, 190 SOI7T HIGH STREET,; ' ' OP KM A BOUSE BUILD ISO. ; JAWr MEDICAIgSCHOOL. AND; BLANK Writing Papers, Envelopes, Printer's Cards, , Aiauuia ana nrown n rapping r-.per, ' . Ink, . , . ' Elastie Bands. " " Ac Ac J. ' KTJRTZ A MONAQHAN'S GOLD PENS Wallets, Pocket Cutlery, Portfolios, and Writing UUIL Wholesale and Retail. Soring Stock of Waif Panen and Homier, now ready. New and elegtnt patterns, reduced prioea. Window Shades and Curtain Goods. Store Shades made to order from Goods now In i Mercantile ' PrinLin.. T.it.linffranl,;nff and Book bindina of tha -beet workmanahio. Hone at snort nouoe. ...i-- , tebia-d3m M .1 ,.'?'! P'-f iTTP, --l.'A.A. PROCLAMATION ! ! 5.3 TiHEi QCtLTFIEl) V O X E K S OF A ranklin Vo., O . are herebv notified t meet - their respective places of holding elections, on the ist nonaayet Apnt. A.ii.jeos, oeingme.-- to day o Aprils A. t. 1868, And Vote for one Jadge of the Court of Common Pleas, said Judge to be are ident of tie Third Sub. division ot theJt'itth Judiaial Difttrint of th Stu. of Ohio. Uiven under my hand and seal this 6th IHiiu aayoi aaron, a. u. laitt.r - -i UtUKUK H. KAKUAKT, . ...j.. . Sheriff of Franklin County, Ohio. mchT-dltAwtd JOHN3BOBT. 0. K. Boroa r RAN KLIN MACHINE WORKS SHORT & BOYOB, BUILDEBg AND B8PAIBBK8 OF ' j , StEAM ENGINES, MILL WORK " and All kinds op ; ' T - . - v t , MACHINERY. BLACKSMITHISG. BOILER '..'." ' ' " " ' ' ' - t Water St., bet. North A Last, east of Penitentiary . . COLUMBUS, OBIO. - ' noeeial attention .tvan tnltoairin. nf Ma- ehineryof all kinds. . , . . . , nov)t-dlmSm PLOWS! -PLOWS! & SMITH.: UIEMER (Successors to" Gibbons A Diemeri, No ST "West Mound street, are manufacturing a raperior Steel flow, whion they offer for sale and warrant to give satisfaction. All kinds of bteel Plows repaired on short notice. . feb5-dltwm V GENTS Vr-ANTED-iiaW READY FOR . Canvassers "The 1st. lory mt tne ar ' Heiween tbe RtateIts Cannes Character, Conduct and Results." by Hon. AL tXAMDKBa. HTEPUEN8. bend for Circulars with terms and a full description of the work. Ad dress. NATIONAL PUBLISHING oo . feM-dAw3ni - ' : - i Cineinnati. Ohio ;t v-i v i.j-i": WANTS. A' CAPITALIST. WITH ONE, THREE or ten thousand dollars. .' .Address, until loth' ' " '. ; BovlS-tl . Cincinnati, Ohio, a at , PaOSPECTUS 9 TH ii ; " OHIO STATESM AN FOB. 1QQ7-Q. E. B. Ehhcimanand Chas. B. Flood EDiioas, RICHARD NEVINS PB1NTEU AMD PDBLUHEB. Ttils old journal, which is devoted to an earnest and vigorous advocacy of Demo cratio Principles and the Rights of the People, is now published on the following ' TERMS CASK I1T ADVANCE: DAII.V, One year (9 OO DAILY, Six months TBLWEEKLf, On wear , TBI. iSJ EEKLV, Mix meuths...... WEEKLY, One year.... WEEKLY, Six montns . 4 50 4 60 8 85 2 00 1 00 TO TEX GETTER UP OF A tw ct,i:n OP FIVE or bkore Weeklj Statesman tor One Tear, A C0MPIN8ATI0H ; OF , S3 CENTS A COPT BE PAID Congress met on the 21st of November, and the Ohio Legislature will meet on the 1st Monday in January,. ' The doings of both these bodies will be faithfully laid be fore the readers of the Statesman, and every effort made to make It deserving general patronage. . . '.. , " ' 9 se nd for Specimen Copies. .- Apdbess. OHIO STATESTI Alt, f i: : ! i ' .- COJLlJXBUg, OHIO- OPINIONS, OF THE; PRESS. Wi have been receiving the Daily Statbswax daring the last year, and do not hesitate to say in its behalr that it is. in more than one respeot. the best and most desirable Daily paper printed In the Stat ; and the same, of coarse, may be said of the Weekly. Logon 0uett. . .,.; It is ably edited by If Eshelman and ' great questions central organ upported. 0A C. B. F ood, is always sos. of Democratic policy, and ! s of the State, should bo li. i .' Patriot., . .:, Under the Judicious managemen - t she man, assisted by the vigorous pen of Colonel Flood the Stat tsat ah did most svlsudid execution dur ing the past campaign. Fawmri Advocate, Dcbinq the late canvass no paper w s more able ar-d effective than the Ohio Statsshan. and to its energy and ability is dee, In an eminent degree, the Democratic triumph in Ohio. Wyandot Jtaaut- oraHa Union. , u DckiN9 the pa ; year the Statesman baa bee; conducted with "nal ability and energy, dealing trenchant blows against Radicalism and aiding largely in its recent over thro in Ohio. It is a val nable paper, worthy the support of the Democracy, and in selecting their papers for 18C8 we heartily commend it to their consideration and patronage - -Cortsmsruth Timet. Thi Statesmah is w worthy the patronage of the Democracy of this . , nnty, and we should be pleased to see it eircui ted in every Democratic family. Madison Count) Democrat. .. : Dukiko the recent campaign it proved a half dosen Riohmonds in the field arainst the Radical', and did service for which it deserves tbe thanks and hearty support of Democrats everywhere. As a Democratic newspaper it haa no superior any where. CkUlicoth At vertittr. E. B. Eshelman an 1 C. B. Flood are the editors and right goodoneq they are. St. Clarkson is the "local."- viU Signal. Thi Sta -bsxav. as the eentr organ of the Ohio Democra, did woman servi in the late earn. paign. and should be well sustained by the Democ racy of the State, for the more widely good reliable Democratic papers aie circulated the more earnest will the people become in wresting our beloved country from the negro suffrage Radical reoonstruO' tionist Shield and Banner, Wi can heartily recommend it to those who wish to keep posted on matters transpiring the Capi tal.tSeMea Advortiaor. THE ability and earnestness with which it is edit ed is. worthy of the liberal support of the Demoo- aoy of the State, and it is essentia to the welfare of the party that an able organ sho Id be well sus tained at the Capital of the State. ATiiito Demo eras., j .. Its influence in favor of the good old principles and landmarks of anr Democratic ancestors in the late election in this State, was powerful and effect ual .Shelby County Democrat, Thbbb is no better Democratic Daily in the TJni ted States, and Democrats who can afford to take a Daily or Tri Weekly paper should patronise the Statesman in' preference to the Radical prints. jiapoteon jxonntom. ' Tas SrATHKAX under its present management a conducted with marked ability, entitling it to a liberal patronage and support from the Democracy of the State. GreenviUe Dtmoerat. Our worthy friends. E. B. Eshelman. Esq., and Col. Charles . Fiood. are the editors, and a strong' er team will ' bard to find harnea . to any news paper vehiol in the W stern country. BUleboro tiaeeae. ,. To this paper tbe Democraoy owe their thanks and gratitude for the noble manner in whioh it did battle in our cause during tne oampaign just pass- Hamilton True Telegraph, W bespeak for the Statesman greater popular ity than at any time since the days of the veteran Medary. -Dayton Ledger. ... . . - r So pafib in the State has done ter servioe in the Democratic cause, or is more wor hy of the lib eral support of the party. Watren Conttution. ; The way Eshelman and Flood . make tbe fnr fly from the hides of the Radical will be a caution. rDelau'ure Herald. Both are experienced journalists. Marietta Timet.. ' ' . ' ' '' . : ' i The Statesman is one of the most able and effi eient Democratic papers ia the West, and the De mocracy should exert themselves toward enhancing the-'circulation of their central organ. Marion Mirror.'1 . Tas editorial ability displayed by the States mam ranks high, and it holds its own among the ablest of the country, PeopU't Defender, Tas Statesman is one of the best papers in the West. Union Begitter .,,v s.- ' . ' .!!!-..: : il .'v . '.1 I.. The Statesman during the recent campaign did noble work for the Democraoy. and contributed more toward the success it attained than any o he paper in the State. CeUna Standard. .-;.! Jt has been long; the central organ of the party. and nobly has it batted for the principles of con stitutional liberty. GaUipoiit DiepateK. . . Ins O bio Statesman Is one of 'the livest and most effective Democratic newspapers in Ohio. Brown county Jfevot. Vt has been generally oonceded a the States man during the last campaign was one of the ablest conducted Daily papers in the State. S. Clair i mille. Gaettte. '.it Thi Statesman during the recent campaign es tablished the reputation of being tbe best political paper in Ohio. Pigua Democrat. .... Dukino the last campaign the Statesman made noble and energetio fig it, and to its instrumen tality may we attribute a large share of the Demo cratic gains during the past year Putnam County tntlnel. ; ; . ! Next to his own county paper, we would like to see every Democrat lend a helping hand to the Ohio Statesman, not alone for the good of the cause, but beeanaa, under its present able and energetio management, it i worthy suoh support as a first class Democratic newspaper. Ohio Democrat, j The vigor of its palmy days, when it wasa house hold word, and the greatest political power in the State, seems to have been restored to it by Messrs. Eshelmaand Flood Crawford County Porum. We indorse all the above. Urbana Union. ' . It is an ably conducted Daily , paper, published tha Capital of our State, and during the winter will contain all the Legislative and Congressional proceedings. Many copies are already taken in pur county, and we hone many more will be subscribed iat.Boching Sentinel. , .'..-, . It is D emocratia in polities, and will eompareifa vorably with any other Daily ia the State. Wapa- konttta Union (.BepubUean). !E. B. Ksh "man and 0. B. Flood are its editors. Success att . , , them-T-orA County Dtmoerat. -The Statesman has always been a true sentine upon t he Democratic watch-tower and well merit the support of the Democracy of the State. Man code Courier. Aa a co-laborer in redeemiss Ohio from nigger thralldom, the Statesman undoubtedly deserves the greatest praise. Morualk Experiment.. ., - ' Toi Statesman Is a large, neatly' printed, ably edited and a sound political paper. Ottawa Jfetct. The Statesman under its present management is eonduoted with marked ability, entitling it to a liberal patronage and support from the Democracy of the State. Auglaime Democrat. . W advise all who wish a good Democratic jour nal, after they have subscribed for tbe Meet nger, to send for the Statesman. Demceratie(Premont Meteenger. k Its location affords great advantage in procuring early and acourate information upon all political movements, legislative matters and decisions of the Supreme Court As a guarantee of its enterprise, ability and soundness, we say E. B. Esh elman, who is known to the Democracy of the coun ty, is one of its editors Lorain Co tttitutionalM Itisone of the best Demooratlo 'papers in the State, and did more in the recent eampaiga to bring about the treat reaction than an v other pa per. Waverly Democrat. i n ' It is decidedly one of tbe best papers published in the State. Pomeroy Banner. ' The importance of supporting an able and vig ilant organ at Columbus will be oonceded by all. The Statesman did gallant service In tbe late eampaign, and should be well sustained by the De mocracy of the State. ' Under its present able and energetic man ement it is deserving the support of a first class emoc ratio newspaper. ' E. B. Esh elman anil C. B. Flood, as its editors, can not fail to make i (.popular with ihe reading public Cethocton Democrat. .- ; ' A better, paper irnnt to be found in this large continent. Demoeratio Enquirer. Among the many able Democratic papers in Ohio none dealt heavier blows or hit in more tender spots than did the Statesman during the conflict through whioh we hare just passed. Marion Dem ocrat. ... , , It is on. of the best Demoeratio papers in the Union. Cadim Sentinel, ,- , ., . ., . HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. OHIO FURNITURE CO., HANOFACTURERS OF FUENITUEE ! ... i . Nos. 6, 7 and 8, ;: Gwy nne Block, East Town Street, !'v:COLtrMBijS,'' OHIO. PARLOR SUITS. .: IHahogOBj, ICosewood and Wal not In Hair-clolb, Oreesi Reps and Brocatelle. . r. 7 - CH AMBER SUITS. -Rosewood, Walnut, Cheetnal and Oak, finisued In VarniHh and on. . ..' , Dining Room Fuits. , Walnut. Cheartnnt and Oak Ex 'tension Tables; Walnut and Oak Mining Cliairat Cane-seat ' and Wood ; Oalc and Chestnut Side boards. ' -.: 7 ' Hnlr-cloth, eSSreen Reps and Daman I ' Lonnsjres t ' Secretaries; Book Cases and Etageres. Hnsk, Cotton, Hair and Spring Mar Tucker's, Jones' and DeCamp'a Patent Spring Red Bottoms. We have the above articles of tbe latest styles ana ot superior quality, Dtn in material and nnisn, and guarantee prioes as low as ant house in the trade, , ,v . . , ... OHIO FURNITURE CO. J- K. BRITTINGHAM, Sup't. B. H. Hove. Trees. septlO-eod-ly oct28-wlr-r NEW YORK. $1,000,000 in Watches FOR SALE ON THE POPULAR GIVING EVERY PATRON A Handsome and , Reliable Watch ! FOB THE LOW PRICE OF 10, ; . Without Regard to Value! And not to be paid for unless perfectly satisfactory 100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.. .1250 to $1,000 100 Maiio Cused Gold Watches - SM t- sun l' 100 Ladies W ate tea. enameled 100 to ' loo Soo Gold H'n'ing Chrm'ter Watches V0 to ,.-.-300 - 200 Gold Hunting English Levers.. 200 to S50 300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. ISO to , ano 300 (-iold Hunt's American Watches 100 to 250 so" nilver rlnnting i,evers SO to - 150 500 Silver Hunting Duple.es....... 75 to .-650 500 Gold Ladies Watches.... , 50 to 250 1,000 Gold Hunting l.epines.. 50 to 75 1,0(0 Miscelianeons Silver Watches..' 50 to - 100 8 600 Hunting Silver Watches .., 5 to 50 o,wu Assorted watches all kinds 10 to , 75 I S7 Every patron obtains a Watch by this ar rangement, costing oat io, wnue it may be wortb tl.OOO. No partiality shown. BB ' : We wish to immediately dispose of "the above magnincent ntocK. certificates, naming the art! cIm. am nl&OM) in M.lAt DnvalnnM .ml vail mi.ul H'ilder" are ertitled to the artioKs named on ibeir oer ificate upon payment of Ten Doliais. whether it be a Watch wortb $1,000 or one worth 'ess. The return of anr of our certificates entitles yu to tbe artiole named thereon upon payme t. irrespective of its worth, and as no article- valued less than S10 is name 1 on any certificate, it wll at once be seeij thattbisis ' i- ." ..... -. ; No Eottery, but a strnlghttbrwnrtl ' legitimate iraasaelion, : -trbich rnar he narllclnaled la evea he .the mot faatttlioua I -'. - A single certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid, noon receipt of 6 cents, five for $1, eleven for ii. iniriT-inree ann eiegant premium oro,eixty-sia aaa more valuable nremium for S 10. one hundred and most fupe-b Watch for f 15. To Agents, r inose wisning empinvmenr, enm isa rare npportuni. ty- It is a legitimately conducted businets, dub authorised by the Government, and open to thi most careful sorutiny. Tryutt WEIGHT, .BRCC.& 00., Jmporters, ' Ml Beoadwat. New-Tobk.' ootl5-dAw8m ... ... "The Pen la SlJebUer tban tbe Sword." iiofslotiiiiiu DO NOT WEAH OUT. A Sihglb Ohb will Last a Litetimb. ' " B"5T THEIR TTSH3 , THE LABOR OF ; WBITHTO 18 SEDUCED, ' Greater TJnlformity la Obtained. Ease, Elegance and Beauty are acquired. . , imm, PLEASURE AND PEOFH C0SSU1TE11 . The Best, Cheapest and most Durable Instro ": ' laenta for Writing ever used. SENT BY MAIL SAFELY. Prictt, Pifly Centt and upward. '. XTO TEAVELINQ AQEKTS EMPIXJTTETJt Call and you will find Pens exactly adapted to your Band and style of writing; or enclose stamp for ctroular. A.' MORTOIV, .' 7 Xt 1LA1DE1T LANS, ' "' " NIWTOBK. ORGANS. O R CAN FACTORY. THE UNDER SIGN B 0' .OOmoleted a Pine Omn fi HA VINO laet li pendent Church, onMound street, Columbus, takes tbis method of infnrminr the Dublio. and nartieu. latly Church committees throughout the State, that be is low iwadv ta contract tor Organs of anv aise and price,, and refers, parties interested to tne urgan just completed as a specimen proa noi er ms factory. - C ALBERT GEMOlrUEfl.B oouo-dtl ' SHERIFF'S SAIaES j - , r-r. Sherili's Sale . . . Fredrick Fishinger V I Court of Common Fleas ot r ran SI in county. Laney Fishinger et al. In partition. TN PDHsDANCE OF AN OBDCB OF J. sale to me directed, I will offer for sale at pub lic auction, at the door of the Court House, in the oity of Columbus, on ... Saturday, tbe 21st riny of March, A. D. - : '.-.: "1868, T f :X at ten o'olook A. M , the following described real' estate, to-wit: Situate in tbe co n y of Fiankliu and state of Ohio, and in Franklin township dt scribed as follows, to-wit: Lois numbers four and five (4 and 6) of the sub division made by order of the Superior Court of Franklin county. Ohio in the casein partition, wherein i' are us Trabue was petitioner and Alex ander M. Trabue and others were defendants, and wLich is recorded in complete record of said Court No a, pages 583 to 590 and 591. Haid lot number four (4) was set off to John Hatcher, and contained seventy-five acres, and one hundred and two poles, and sKid lot number fire (5) was set off to tdwin 1'. liatcher, and contained sventy-nine acres and one hundred and twenty-five poles, both lota together containing one hundret .nd fit tr-8 re acres and sixty-seven poles. Said lot number four (4) is bounded s follows: Beginning at a stake on the martin of the river, beinn the northeast corner of a certain tiaot cf land set off to Hueber. Trabue A Winfull in tbe partition of the Trabue survey No. 530, and running on the north line nf raid treat sou to 03 d.. 45 min , west Sot 81-100 poles to a stake in the oackl neof said survey N o. 530: thence on said backli e north 28,leg. 13 min., wen 34 53-100 poles to a stake; thence west 65 deg. 45 min., E. 346 81-100 pole to a stake in the margin of the river, thence down the river with' tbe meanders thereof south 54 deg , east 10 64 100 poles, south SSdei., eut 35 poles to the beginning. Said lot number (5) five is bounded and described as follows: beginning at a stake in the margin of the river, being the north east corner of the part set off to Jonu J. Botcher; runnina thenoe on tbe north line of said John J. Hatcher's tract, south 63 dec. 43 min.. west 34681-100 roles f a stake in the back line of said survey No 530; thence along said back line north ae deg. 13 min. west 37 84 100 poles to a stake and stone, being the -north-west corner pf t e Trabue sur vey No. 530; thence along the north line of said survey north 63 dee. 43 min.. east S2S poles to a red oak on the north of the river, being tbe northeast corner of Stid survey No. 510, thetioe don tbe river south 54 der. east 40 38-100 po es to the beginning. aid tractor one hundred and filty five aores(155 and sixty-seven (67) poles being tbe same tract of land conveyed to Fredrick Fishinger by John Planck and hliiabeth Planck his wife by deed dated February 1st. 1806, and recorded ia vol ume 8G, pages 404 and 405 of the deed reo rd of Franklin county, Ohio. Stid tract was held by said Fredrick Fishinger. subject to a right of -way thereon ot the Columbus. Piqua A Indiana Baiiroad Company. " . .,-.t.. ... ,. ;i Appraised at $75 00 per acre. .... - . Printers' fees 20.S5. 1 :' ": '. ulott iE H-BARHART. Sheriff. . H. B. Wilbon. Att'y. feblS-dltwtd ,i r . Sherift'a Sale. ,,. Riehard P. Woodruff) - Court of Common Pleas vs i ot 'John W. Kellar. 1 3 Franklin county. TN PCttftTJANCE OF AN OH OKI. OF L sale in the above stated ctse to me directed, I will offer for sale at pubiio auction, at the door of the court nouse, in thecity ot Columbus, on . . Saturday, March 21st, 1868, at two o'olook P. M the following real estate to wit: Lot number one (I), in E. Sorin's subdivision of oriainal lot nnmler sixty eisht (68) in William Fhelau's Mount Fleasant addition to tbe city of lioiumnua. c ranann county, k rteterence to tbe recorded plat of said subdivision is herewith male tor greater certai nty as. to description. Appraised at too i Frinur's fees $6.75. , : . . . . :- , GEO.GB H. EARHART. Sheriff. R. P. WoODBBPf1. Att'y. ,, feblS-ditwtd - ' iv ni: H Slierifl's Sale. Biobard P. Woodruff) ' Court of Common Fleas ' vs - I of : Peter Hoover. ' - ' ; Franklin county. IN PfJKSIJANOE OF "AN OKOEU OF sale'in the above stated ease to me directed. I will offer for sale at pnblio auction, at the door of tne loun nouse, lq.ine city pi oiumou.-, on ' Saturdayr the 21st day of March, 18G3, at two o'olook P. M., the following desoribed Teal estate. to wit: Lot number six (6) in E. Sorin s sudivision ef original lots numnen sixty-one, si .tr-twoand six ty three (61) (62) (3), in William Pheian'a Mount HUatant addition to tbe ciiy of Columbus, frank lin county, Ohio. Kef-rence to the recorded plat of said subdivision is herewith made for greater certarnty as to description. . Appraised at $141 Printer's fees ts 75. GUOtiGE H. EARHABT. Sheriff. R. P. Woodb-. pk, Att'y. . febis-dltwtd Sherili's Sale. Thomas M.. Dye ) Court of Common YIeas a..$: of John H. Keel et Franklin oonnty r. PCItsD.iNCE OF AM OKPER OF sale in the above state I case from said Court to me directed, I will offer lor sale at the door of the Court House, in the city of Columbus, on Saturday, the 21st day of March, A. D - 1803, at ten o'olook A. M , Tbe following described real estate, to-wit: - . Lot number fifteen (15), as the same is designated and delineated on the reoorded plat of the subdi-vi-ionof out-lots nnmber thirty-nine C3D) in the ciiyot coiumous Appraised at $1,650. . Printer fees $6 75. GKOROE H. EARHABT. Sheriff. Thomas M. Dye. Att'y.. febis-dltwtd ' Master Commissioner's Sale ' Daniel M. Slyh . ) '. Court of Common Pleas vs of J. R. Peebles et al.) Franklin county. IN PUBSDACI? OP AN OHDEK OF JL sale in the above stated case to me directed I will offer for sale attbedoor of the Court House, in tne city ot coiumous, on Tuesday, the 7th day of April, A. D " ' -1868, : at 1 o'clock P.M., the following described real es- All that tract or parcel of land l.rinz and being in the ooanty of Franklin and State of Obio, and be ing part of section 3, township J, range 18, United States Military land, beginning at the northeast corner ot James Mitcnell's land at a large stoue; thenca west 88 oolea to tbe oerner of SI it's traet; thence 30 poles north to a large stone; th-nee east 44 poies to tbe corner to a stone in th road: thence along the road south 30 poles to tbe beginning, con taining nine acres and one-tislf and ten square rods of land, it being a pait of tt. Hess' land, and willed to iianiel Mess. . - Appraised at $95 per acre. " Printer's fees $.oo GEORGE H. EARH RT, Sheriff and Master Commissioner. Sparrow A Wbioht, Att'ys. mchaltwtd : CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. 7o all whom it may concern: ... . .-, .... CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Columbus, 0., March 9, 1808.( Notice is hereby given, that nroceedings have been instituted in the City Couooil of Columbus, for making tne xoiiowing improvements, to wit: For Aradine and paving the unDaved cotters and grading the road way 01 Third street from Oak alley to Schiller street. The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by theXJity Civil Engineer ana nied tn tne omce ot tbe city ciera.: All persons claiming dauiasrea on acoount or said proposed improvements, are reauired to file their elaims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or oeiore the 1 wenty-aeoona day. ot-April. A. a). 186a. . - x.-T i:. .i L. Ei WILSON. mchia-dltaw4w City Clerk, Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern : i -. -r CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. . .' , Columbus, 0., Ma oh a, 1868.) Not ice la hereby given that proceedings have been instituted in tbe City Council of Cotumbus,- for making tbe following improvements, to-wit : . Kor lnwerinir tbe Rich lttreet sewer at its eastern terminus on Friend street to a sufficient depth t j mitke it. serviceable for-tbe purpose of draining cellars east ot the Blind Asylum, and for building ao addition to said sewer 24 inunes in diameter, to exu-n east from aid sewer cn Friend s:reet to the we-it end of what is known as tne bmerl ' House, which is abon two huudred and filty feet (250) west from the corporation line. : r - " The same tn be done in acoordanee with plabv and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil, Engi- ueer, and bled in tne omoe 01 tne city uierx. . : , All persons elaiminie damages on account of raid proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of t' e Clerk, in writing, on or oefore the Eighteenth day ot April. A. I), lew. At. ttlLCOll, I meh0-dltaw4w .City Clerk. : Paving Notice. To all whom a may concern : ' ' .' Citt Clibk's Officb.J . Columbus. O.. Marco 2, 1868. ( Notice is hereby given, that proceedincshave been instituted in tbe City Council ot Colum0us,iurmak in tne following improvements, to-wit. For making a Woodeu Block pavement on Broad stteet from High street to '1 bird street the entue width ot ibe xireet, and troin inird street to bast Public lane 40 teet wide, the auie to be submitted to the property hulder . on Broad street. Also, tor sradinc and paving on Ann street from Jackson street to Division street. Also, for graveling tbe roadway of Front street irom ooona al ey tu rourtn auey. The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared b.v the City Civil Engin eer, and bled in the omce ot tne city cierK. All nersona claiming damages on Mcoonut ot said proposed improvements, are lequired to file their clain8 in the oflice of the Clerk, in writing, on or before the Jsigteenth day ot April, A. 1). ios. Al. Ji. YV lliBUJJI. mohS-dltaw4w CityCerk. FRUIT A1VD ORNAMENTAL TREES, GRAPEVINES, fto., FOB SPRING 1868. THE LAKUEST STOCK IN THE eountr7. . For sa e in large or small quantities. A descriptive and illustrated prioed catalogue of Fruits, and one of Ornamental Trees and Plants. lent prepaid for 10 cents eaoh- Wholesale Caia- loguePUEE. ' ELLWAHUBKA HAHKY :yl flU, HOptJ 1 IIXbOAIVBs) wuvuwtBti mar2-dataw4r-r u .' jrrOIt HALE. ' SM A I, I." FAKM ON THE GKJITEL rt,a , winr from Columbus to Delawar. ia miles from Columbus and 7)4 from Delaware, 1 mile west of Lewis Center, a station en the C. C. A C. K. R and containing thirty acres, nine of timber. tbe remainder in grass. A good, two story frame house and outbuildings, ior further information, inquire on the premue.... , fob8-dltw3m Lewis Center. Delaware Co., 0. Ol.li Kveu wi n iNKW easily., with-. .out doctor or meit Seines. Bent postpaid, 'in 1 j u ra?!!0",1"' of cm.-!' ( I Dr? E. B. FOOTE, No. 110 Lexington I Avenue, cor. of feast saath st.. N.. Y. - Ins COMFORT -A N 11 CURB FOR ..THE hUPTURED.-Senl postpaid on receipt of 10 cts. Add re s Dr. K. B. FOOTK, (au thor of Medical Cem- mon Sense. hook 400 pages, tl.6. seat bv ktaill.No. 110 Lex ington Av., cot; of Kast8that..N. Y. Sentia sealed en velope on receipt of lOcents. Address Dr. E. B. FOOT., No. 110 Lexington Avenue, earner of East 28th street H. Y. ' sep24-d3m ; 1 ; , i . t . MARRIAGE GUIDE. . ANOTHER EDITION JUST Pl'B. lished, being the S8th of the POCKET SCU LAPlU-S.orEvery One his own Doctor, including a Treatise on Diseases of Females, irregularities, Ao., with a hundred engravings explaining those diseases, in both sexes., By Wn. YounQ, M. D.. Kvery onemaveonductauyeaseof secret diseases, self-abuse, or those distressing diseases incidental to youth, manhood or old age, without resorting to the quacks of the present day. - . - '- ', ' Let no man contemplating marriage be another hour without reading this wonderful book, as itdis olosee Important secrets, which should be known to them particularly. .... ,. , . ... : Let the weak and bashful youth who has ruined his constitution by the debasing habit of self-abuse read this book. - . .' ' . ' . ,; -- - It will be sent to all parts of tbfcTJnitedStatesand Canadas for 60 cents. Address, - i- DR. WM. YOUNG No. 416 Spruce street, Philadelphia, Penn. uneH-wly - . .: .' '' '" ' ' ' V CUMAX-v':!.'..! .' '': Page's Climax Salts, for Burns, Bcaldf, Scrof ula. Bait R eum, Sores, Broken .'Breasts,., Frost Bites. Cbillblains. Stings, Bruises, Cuts, Swellings -Ao, whether upon man or beast, is the most won derful article ever produced. Other good article alleviate:' this cur V It allays inflammation, sab dues pain, and heals without a scar.- It is worth its weight in gold to any family, and should always ' be on hand; It is warranted to do what it says ev ery time. . , . , '. ' " febaa-woowly ' '. f. At. i-i i ' I . : .JJtoBafs Tito Pills and Phcsnix Bitters Were first used In private practice in 183$; "They . were introduced to tbe public in 1835, since which ! time their reputation has extended, until they bars : a sale in excess of all othesv Cathartic and Purify ing Medicines. . There is hardly a family among - civilized nations who have not personal evidence of their beneficial effeola Their great success is ow ing to their uniform reliability in eases of Censti--pation. Bilious and Stomach e diseases, whether of g or a ort duration. . Tbey are entirely vegeta ble in their composition, and harmless to the gen tlest infant. One ingredient opens the pores of the skin; another is diuretic, and stimulates proper ac tion of the kidneys; a third is emolient, loosening phlegm and humor .from the lungs; other properties .are warming and cathartic and cli anse t e stomach and bowels from unhealthy secretions . Their com' bined effect it to regulate the impaired functions of "he system, and to produce health; It is not assert ed Moffat's Pills are teure-aU that they will cure, all complaints but under ordinary circumstances hey may be relied noon to cure Nervous and Sick Headache. Cnstiveness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion Jaundice, Liver and Bilious Complaints, Colds Scurvy, General Weakness, Ao." They are express ly made for these diseases.' Millions upon millions of cures can be cited.- In no single instance has a complaint ever eome to our knowledge, where they have not operated as recommenuea. The printed circular around each box fully ex plsins the symptoms and effects of each disease specifies treatmen .furnishes evidence, Ac. . We briefly refer to Rev. David Elder, Franklin, N'. C. who was onred of Dyspepsia.. C'R. 'Cross, of Theoike. HI , cured of Liver Complaint. B Booley, of Spripgfield. Pa, had Sorofula, and bad to use crutches; was cured in three weeks. James . D. Dolens. of Adrian. Mich., cured f Bilious Fe ver. Rev. Henry Graham. Presbyterian Church, ' Gananagua, Cel., of Fererand Ague. Rev. Ed. H. May, Twenty-first New York, of Rheumatism and . Piles of 25 years standing. Rev. Samuel Bowles Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican, was cured of terrible Costiveness. Hon. Ed. Webber of Rnmney, N. H., of Liver Complaint, etc., etc, "eto. - -. " . ' : . . -, t . A box of Moffat's Life Pills, with full, circulars Ac, will be sent gratis to any Physician or Clergy man, on the receipt of two - three cent postage stamps. . ' Moffaf s Life Pills are 25 cents par box. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters. SI per bottle. . They are sold by al : respectable dealers throughout tbe continents and the Islands ot the Ocean. - W'TH A HOWLAND. 'Proprietors. 'Successors! ' r. John M off it. and ilr. Win. B. Moffat, 121 bertystreet. New 1 oik. ' febas-weo ..' Moffat's Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters. : The wonderful efeots of Moffat's Life Pills , "easesof me tal depression or physical .ueaknesi , proceeding from indigestion, costiveness, or billon. secretions, are certified to by millions ef persons who have been benefitted by them.- They are tbe most effective cathartic and purifies ever before the pubiio, and baveever been in use since 1825. They are oheap. safe and reliable. Sold by all respecta b e dealers everywhere. ' ' -' : ' Climax ..... ,:tf,il: ' : A plain statement of facts. I inherited Scrofula and many of my relations have died of it. : In 183 - my case was frighfuL. Tumors and nice s spread . until in 1843. under the advice of my physicians' I went to Avon Springs. I received no benefit ' tried every medicine and did everything I could. ' 1 bad to rest my arm on a cushion, and bad not been able to raise It to my bead for over a year. Tbe dis-1 charge from two uL ers was pearl , a pint a day. Amputation was recommended. ' but pronounced dangerous. I could riot sleep, and my sufferings ' were inlolerable. 'A friend brought me an English - physioian, who applied a salve with whieb besaidi he had accomplished -eatraordinary cures in the ' hospitals in England. It commenced to relive; I persisted in its use; it finally effected a perfect and. entire cure. It is now 1848. " It ir five years' since I - "had the appearance of a scrofulous sore, and my health has beengood eversince I procured the re oeiptof this wonderful article this blessing of ha inanity and have called; it Paoe's Climax Salts." and allow thepublic touse itornot asthey choose. Tbisis a brief but candid statement, giv en more fully in my circular. - - - I Geneva, New Vork, December, 1848. , 'r' ! - - j., .. r J.M'PA'GE. " ; ' ' New Yobkt, Oct. K, 1866. I nave known J. M.' Page. Esq;..' of Geneva, N Y.. for many years. He is one of the first citiient of Western; New" York. saw himf last w ek in i good health, jiisease was a most remarkable one but actually true in-avex? particular. tSignedl ij -i .i.f : , i DEMAS BARNES. Webave watched the unaided but growing favor of 'Page's Climax Salve," and availing ourselves of the knowledge of its wonderful ourative powers) baveb orae proprietors of tho same.- ' ':: It is a sure cure for Burns; Scalds, Scrofula. Salt : Rheum, Fever Sores, Broken Breasts. Frost Bites, Cbillblains, Stings.Bruises. Cuts, Swellings, Ao. whether upon man or beist. It subdues pain and inflammation with surprising celerity, and heals urns without a soar. No family should be without it- It is always wanted, and is always ready. ; We will forfeita dpsen boxes for any single failure. We believe there was never anything like it in the world. It is pnt np in tin boxes, surrounded by a full circular giving facts, directions; testimonials Ao., and can be ordered, through any respectable Druggist throughout tbe world. Prioe only ascents. WHITE A HOW LAN' .; Successors to J. M. Page. 121 Liberty street N, Y feb21-weowly.. : : DR. TUCKER'S VISITS. pOHJlBfJ$-llWTE - STATES II O- J tel. December 3d and 4th. January 23d and 34th, March 10th and 11th. April 28th and 28th. June8thandth. , Dr.. TUCKER has visited Columbus about ten years." His great success in curing his jiatiente ia well known- Nophvsioian could do a large prac tice in one place for ten years unless be was skillful and r.li.hl.. Thl.-Ynn.trh.M-iri.nttn.il. Inval- I ids can .therefore apply with full confidence that be : ,, c ii i. : . u n- Tn,b..). will F.nuriu .11 UB piuiiiia., tu,. - B f:reat experience renders his adviee and treatment nvaluableto suoh as have tailed to be cures by others. He tree's aU-Chronio diseases of the Throat 'Langs-; Heart, Liver, Stomach. Bowels, Kidneys. Blood and Nerves. He furnishes Auedicineo. ex amines free, but gives no oredit. ; - oci29-tju WHISKEHS DR. LaMONTE'S C0RR0 LI A will force Whiskers on the smoothest fao or Hair on Bald Heads. If -irknown lolail. Bam pie seat for iu cenw . , a . a ' BBETES :.:.; iunS7-wly Si InaL Nm ft tirk. Paving Notice. TRANSPORTATION. Paving Notice. TRANSPORTATION. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS 0n TRAwi ?.tv1T'J7B".' We W IK AIMS DAILY will leave Columbus fob cnscnrwATirMnttTiiiB, CAim'1 L0DIS, DATTONj RICHMOND, IS DIANAPOLIS CHICAGO. Wltu?? n of ears to "DAY TON 'indi ALU n 1), and only one change of ear. u INDIANAPOLIS and CHICaSo" -r Connections are reliable as follows ' ' FIRST TRAIN. . '', I (Daily, except Sundays J ...'-,.: Leaves at 15 A. M.for Cincinnati", Cfrolevfna don. .South Charleston. Xenia, Corwin, , Morrow Lveland and Plain ville, arriving at Cincinnati e;l5 A. AL , , . . , . r. , . , . . . t r t , J- gfecoHD TRAIN.-. " -'. v 'V. ' fDailv axoent Manjl.n i i-T.'- Leaves at e:oo A. M. for Cincinnati. Oirelevilie London. South Charleston, Xenia, Corwiia, Mov- nati at"ao A."iL "Y6' "nYin Cinnf- ; THIRD TRAIN. : - :v . --fDaily except SundarsJ , w Leaves at tfOOA. M. for Cincinnati. Davfa.. Kiodmpnd. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at West Jefferson London South Charleston. Cedar- ZM'.Xi'.' SPrinr-Valley. Corwin. Morrow. Mouth Lebanon, Fosters, Lorelan C Milford r- liVFt.uK?i!'X'"Mti 1036 A. 4. eonaeetiaf .with the Mail Boats. - - . FOURTH' TRAIN."4.''1 (Daily except Sundays.? .. :? Leaves at e: 1 5 P. M for Cineinnati' Dayton an -PrirBridtTiAXsnia.ArrivuiA a Cincinnati at. ' " ' 'FiFTH 'TRklN.3'' ' -'i;i-.iB';7 iTJallv eitMBt Snnil ''. Leaves, at S:I5 P. M. forCineinnaK n-' wviiusHoufiawiuuiHi, mapping aL Alton, west Jeffermm, Loadon, Sooth. Charleston. -Seraa. Ce arville Xenia Corwin, Morrow and Lovelaad. fepni rig Valley, and arriving at Cincinnati at lfeOS l;M.. . ..... i ;-n,., i-i.-H, :( . r7r.:;..i. ..i,,, u,.i....,.,Tr.:, Sleeping Care en all Nifbt Train HENRY BROOKS, Ticket AgenC-.-f .' -.JNO.W. AAOHEKi'Y. Agent JOHN DUB AND, . 1 .?.nP?"n.'lent,lr,!M..tl. - . W. L: O'BKlEN. ;GePlTicketAgt.J EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION TnreerralsM Lesure CelaisBbaia Dsttl : as fellows : (sunday Exceptesl.) . , :& A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at Zaneeville at 4:00 A. M.; Bellaire at 8.-06 A- M.; Baltimore at 4 JO A. M.: Washington City at 525 1 :'lO A.'m " LIGHTING EXPRESS 'rrivfni at Zanesville at 130 P. M : Bellaire at 6.-09 P. MM Baltimore at 10.30 A. Mt.WahingtonCity atlldt .1-.50 P. M. EXPRESS MAtf' arrives at Kaaes vlllt at 6rC0 P. M.: Bellaire at SrOO P.-M.t Baltimore at 5:00 P. M.: Washington City at 50 P.M. The 11:10 A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS stops only at Newark, Zanesville, Cambridge and Barnes ville. Other trains will stop at all stations.' --SidrFour trains daily leave Washington or Balti more, for Philadelphia an New York- . - - This route new offers to passengers these great and superior advantages. Fare to Washington' City tbe sane as to Baltimore. ( Philadelphia pas, sengers have the privilege of visiting Washingte City and Bxltimore. en rout..' New- York paaeenger have the privilege ot visiting Washington City Baltimore and Philadelphia, en route. Boston Pas sengers have tbe pnvileee of visiting Washington City, Baltimore,' Philadelphia and New; York, es. route, at precisely the same cost for tickets as via any other route. - ' - ' ' u This is tbe only route that can give passengers the advantage of a through tickets, or baggage checked to Washington City. '- - ii ,?-; Amlt for Tickets via, ItallaJr . . JNO L.WILSON-; Master of Transportatioa. -'' L. M. COLE. General p icket Agent. JNO. Wr BROWN. Gen'i Passenger At. mart-D . . WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. Pixre Tretluti Dsvily. . . EXCEPT SUNDAY. - From Columbus, in connection with. Trains on the L.tltle Kliani A OolnntNas 4t XesOsa .-..-..:!. r--..v Ktaili-oatls. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at t& A.M. Will stop at Delaware. CardiiigtonGUead, Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at 6:20 A. M-, New York 7.-00 A. M. . This traia leaves bundav night, but not Saturday. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus at 5.-00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Tbis train starts fro the Freight Yard. - - --.,:; . NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colsnbns at 11:10 A. M. ill stop at Delaware.CardintoB,Gal ion, Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington Grafton and Berea. - Arrives at Cleveland at 34$ P. M..New York next day stB:45P. M. t, f MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 23$ P. M. Will stop at Worthiugton, Lewis Center. Deraware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh, New London. Wellington, tiraf ton and Berea. Ar riveat Cleveland at 0-50 P. M.. New York 1030 P.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL-AWAKE-Leaves Columbus at :40P. M. rWUl stop at all stations between Columbus and Sprrng field, arriving at Delaware at 3:45 P. M., SpringfielA 6:20 P. M. Ibis train leaves Springfield etTJi A. M , arrives at Delaware at 00 A. M.; Coinaibus 1US6 A. M. . , Pa ten t Sleeptn g Can arc rnn on al " 'Njlsnc 'lVssisssi f CnltssaftTSa ; Nctr fork and .-, ..:, '.. -r tj l - tfW Baggage checked through to New York Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia New York, via Crestline. . , ,. . i ,,, .,. RETURNING: s ' K rJ ' " Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1-" 46 A.M: Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at M P. M. Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9J0 P. M. . Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbus at 10:25 A.M. i.i.. .-..-.,.-, Fatre as A,w as Sy asr Othei Beule. i Ask for Tickets via Creetline or Cleveland. , ... , , k. B. 8. FLINT.' . - " " " Superintendent; Cleveland; Ohio. -JAMES PATTEUSON. ..,.,.,. .,. Ant, Oolumb a, Ohio. Columbus, January!, 1868. COLUMBUS & INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY! rmKINDIAMAPOLIS, CHICAGO. ST. 1 T : .Ml. T r. w : . r . . 1 n, UVU1B, UUUlBVlllO, A.S,.J.ll,a, OUIlUXUQIli, A Cr- re Halite. Evansvrlls. Cairo, Jdemphis, Riohmood, aoiwav. .tyeixoib .uu u puiui. . . es...aj oottin. o change of cars between Columbus and -ladi. anapolis. . v -. ! . m . ,.r ; . .. ., , On and after Monday , December 23d, trains will leaveKJolumbus as follows i. The Night Express runs daily. ; All other, trains .daily, jsiundays ex- ei:30 A. IW; ACCOIHSIODATION Arrives at MlforJ 9.-00 A.Jd. Urbana 10 J5 A. M.; Piqua 2KK) P. M, This train connects atMilford for Spring field and at Urbana for BeUetontanet Cttde and Sandusky. . ' " latOO It BA V KXPBEUd Arrives at TJrbana lit P. M.v Piqua 3) P- M.-Lima--8:10 P. M.; Union 4S0 P, M.; Marion 8:30 p. M.; Rieh mond 4:45 P. M.; Ch irago (via Rieh mood) 10S6 A. 11.; Indianapolis 8.-00 P.M.; Louisville 6:10 A. M.; Torre Haute X'iSS A. M.; Mattooo 3:03 A. M.; Cairo 4:50 P;- M.j Pana4OA. M;-, Alton SS A. il.; St. Louis 10:15 A. A a Lafavette 110 P. M.; Chicago (via Lafavelte) 6:30 A. M.:' Springfield 6:25 A.- M.: Quincy 12:30 P. M.; Keokuk 20 P. M. This train arrives in St. Louis, the 'next morning, FULU HOURS in advance of the Cincinrati Toute. ' 60 $. ' HI. WESTEKN EXfKEHS Ar rives at Urbana 730 P. M .; Bellefnntaine 120 P. M . Sandusky 6:00 A. M.: Piqua 8:00 P. M.; Lima 2$ A. M.; Toledo 630 A. M.; Dotroit 10:10 A. M,; Rich mond 108 P. M.; Chicago (via Richmond)' 10M A.M.; Indianapolis 2HJ0 A. M.; Louisville T.15 A. M.: Teria Uaute5:10 A. M.; Kvansville 5:38 p, M.; Mattoon 7:55 A. M ; Pana 947 A. M.; Alton 2:05 P.-M.; St. Louis 3 15 P. M. " Passengers should be particular and seenre tick ets by this train, as it is tbe only, one leaving at that hour whioh makes direct connections lor CHlCAtjO (via Richmond), arriving the next morning. 10:35 A. M.. EltiHT HOURS in advance of tbe Crestline route. ,13130 A. M..MHT EXPRESS Arrives at Urbana S:M A. M ; Piqua S:40-A. M.; Riohmond 445 A. M.; Chicago (via Kicbmond) lOHOP. M In d anapolis 8:35 A. M.; Louisville 4:30 P. M.; Terre Haute 12KK) M.; Evansville 10KX) P. M.: Mattoon Sl P. M.j Cairo 4:16 A. M-J Pana 4.-0 P. A)-: Al. ton 845 P. M.; St. Louis 100 P. M.; Lafayette 13:30 P. .M .; Chicago (via Layfayette) .-O0P.M fepting ffeld 8:10 P.Jd.; tjuiuoy WW A. M.r Keokuk. 30 A. M. Tb Train arrives at ST. LOUIS thesame dav; THREE AND ONE-HALF HOURS ia ad vance ef Abe Cincinnati route., New State Room Sleeping Cars' 'run in night - Ali changes made in Union Depots. ' Baggage Checked through to all prfncipsl points. - " f Ask for Tickets via RICHMOND AND INDIAN. AP0LIS. J.nr.Ka i . ... i ' . . ' i T.'B. VOTEX, I Ticket A genu. Columbus. '. t-CANDLEB.Gen.lWtAirt;.f Tn!.'n,'li. Jni. A.UT,uen. supt., ; 17 in . : ".- PASSAGE, TO AND FBOn GREAT Britain and Ireland, bv Steamship -anr ts.tl. in Packet, by weekly lines, at rasraced ratei.-1 A P SCOTT BROS.A CO. 86 South street. New York, continue to issue Passage Tickets, available for. twelve months; from London,, Liverpool, or Queenstown.aud Drafts, payable on demand, for any amount, from ! and upwards. .; bails, x AO-JJirsv) a w, Asjejts, EeeVU-wly Banker .Cotamana.