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Pnia llitiHy, mj darllai, danoa Uihtljr. mr iwaai, HambtrtUlilln Jutt ndirroarfati, , , And jourimtliUmi luniblo. you abiaota p Thai danoa, Ilnhll daneo, lorol star of 4llh.. j, DaMo llahtl', danna Hi hll), aTornM aaona, l"nr atp btarl II ll djU, my larad on, foi Ibaai ' And daat m th bloatom li aalo tha baa, Ho dwr to 111 kaarl art ha,loa, ta a. '' ' Danoo llihtlr, my darllni, danoa llihllr. r iwoai, fop mr kMii It It llni Jurt adr our fiat 1 ' DaaaallihlM Ibo oaphyN al play with lb flowin, Iro U link to tkalr rail la lb brliht laary bow ,.u' ra ' I- , Danai IlibUy, my darllni, my haart II II lad, Tky volao wllh lu muito my spirit ihall ilatl 1 HaradultlhtlidarkaaM wbaayoa ara aol Bar Tliin daaoa, llihtly danio, marmroaao my diar, Hanoi llihtly, my darllnt, danoi Hiktly I pray, Danmllihko'ar my kaarl ai tho moon'i otl ray J ait klMM Ih dowdropi ailaap oa Ik laa For, darling. I'a Inrlw, I'ia lurlni bul lb it Stanton on the Stand—Possible Examination, and the "Sticking" Witness Stack. Mr. BUnton onlltJ on tho wltneM-iUnd i Oouniol for I'm. Aro you ciuoruUr ot Hunton Ism. ... C tor Vn.y whtt authority do you hold your ollloef 8. By appointment of President L1n coin, oonflruittd by tho genoto Jannory 13, 1801.1 1 have comtnlwlon of tliatriatrt. I . (). for Prc. Aduilttlnp; tho oonstltutlon sllty of tho TanuraolOitloo out, when, by .the term of that tot, Uld that eommluton explroP ...." t . i ' T.i. .i 8-The 4th of April. 1805. . The sot pro vides that tho Heoretary of War (together vrllh tho rest of tbe Cabinet) thai, hold his office during tho torin of tho Proildent by whom ho was appointed, and one month after. - i 1 ' C. for Pres. Hava you been appointed hy President Johnson and oonttrmed by the Benateitnco that date? a. No.' ,.-.,. ! ''... O. for Pres. Admlttlntt that President Johnson Is only lervlngr outPreehleni Lin coln's aecond torm, were you aprolnted by preoldaiit Lincoln and rnn It rated by the Uanate between April 4, 1805, and April 19, . the day of Llnooln's death t , ... No. .. ,C. for Prea. Can you show any arrant of comminio lor holding the omco . at the . preient tlme.f ii'u-. "vii n.n .-j. ,i-.i:- S.No. ..' -JL. . C. for. Pros Does aot tho Tonure-of-Of-Itoe aot expressly provide hat uothlnsr in said act shall a con strued so as to prolong the termor office of any person beyond tha term for wblch he was originally appointed and confirmed?., -r.fniT toii-r-c; 1 1 8. Yes. ... O. for Pres-Yoa. have, therofonv o au thority for holding te office. . t.r 0t7Ko. . ." V. . '.. t " MVf ' V. for PresWhy do y ou persist In hold tng on to.ltf . . fr . . , .''tiT'ti S. Because 1 am an obstinate male, and Sumner told me to stick, and I stuck. , ti tnm Pre Have you no other warrant for holding it? 'a ii No. C. for Presv Yo may sit down. iV T. "- World. j-- -- .. A Good Story on Butler. TaJ Washington' correspondent writes Tnee la a loose darkeyabout Willard's ho tel narne4,Tom. You can bribe Tom. to . anything,- The other day there was a dinner given by a Mew York contractor, at which it was understood that Ben. Butler would 1 be a guest. Spate disloyal wagr without the fear of Congress before him. got bold of Tom, lod bim liberally, and put bim up ' to a piece of outrageous and treasonable tomfoolery. After tbe plates were served the host aaid, "That will do Tom, you ean go." But Tom did not go. Observing that his orders were not obeyed, the con tractor repeated-! told you to go. Turn. It I want you I will ring for you." Still Tom bung about the door and did not re- . tire. At last, -very much , worried , at his . contumacy. New York turned upon Ethi opia and said sternly, attracting the whole company, "I've told you twice to leave the room, and by G d I'll be obeyed, or pat yon oat myself.". Tom approached the ta ble humbly, and replied in a subdued tone, , but loud enough to be heard by all present, If you please,- air with submission I can't go. Lf'W obliged to stay." "The b 1 . you are! What lor f" Well, sab. if I must tell, 1 must. I axes Man Butlers pardon, . but I'm 'sponsible for the spoons.- Dem apoons is silver, an' I was specially set to watch 'era. I can't go sir. It's as much as my place is worth, sir." The sequel can : better be imagined than described. Noreantent with abasing Judge Chase, tho mongrel organs have opened their dir tv eaairtanpon the Judge's daughter Mrs. Senator Sprague. This is not strange, be cause' tbe public is already familiar with their' black guard tin of Mrs. Lincoln. ffaniaowt ( Patriot and Union. ' U. A Good Story on Butler. Hard up for Capital. Itadloal paper throughout the State have of late had considerable to say about an ex pression, said to bavo been made in tho Ohio LagUlAturo, to tho oltuot that tho UMiaKor "wnuia rather trust ine nemo oratlo party In political mailer than Qod Almighty.' ' Several Deinooratlo membtn ol tho Home have been ohargvd with making uio of tho ex nrenalon among othors lluirhei. of Butler. Gordon, of Mer cer, and 11)11, of DaiUnoP, Tha fiict Is, it was never tnatio by a Uumttorat. tii nro laratlon was made last fall by Hen. Wade, mlnir the Hepublloan In plaoeof tho Htim- oo ratio party, wonuin't nar any lauit nndlng then from Radical editor. Tho fliflmnt AVniii rdlted hy a fellow named Urntik,atllrty,lylng, nttanriipulous blackguard will gain no credit by churn ing upon Mr. Hill the use of tho blasphe mous expression. Tho whole pick of ly Intr knaves know, when thev art thtsehame afloat, that it was manufactured out of Northwest. Wha it CoiTtr rho trial of Warron Itait.liiifi lasted seven vrarn and or-onnled the House of Lords only 130 davs. at va rious Intervals, required for obtaining testi mony from India. Uttstlnva was acrqutt ted, nut required to pay the proiecutlon, ameuntlnv to seventy-one thousand tmunds. The trial ot llaatlnira. hnwavar. did not Interrupt business, nor shake pub lic credit, which the Impeachment of the President has done, besides postponing that attention to its fiscal concerns everywhere expected and required from - Congress. Btwen the cost or reconstruction about 41100.000,000 a year, and the cost of im- peaonment, no wonaer taxes are so nign and the revenue so low. If. T. Exprtn. .. . PAPER WAREHOUSE. PAPER WAREHOUSE. li ') t. . , ,'. .. i l -: "'i . The attanlloa o,f the Trada Is eallad to the inpori. PIPERS OF ALL KINDS, ' " " ' Joit reoelvsd ad for lata by , , WINS & MYERS, I Mi 40 NORTH HIGH IT.. k rji'l l' ' .. - r - f ; '. i OaritookeomprlMia full Una of Book, ..I 1 : 1 . 'I ' I ! .,i .... i i. r (. .,!.) . 1 ..... .i en i ...i i . -..i m i-. . Colorod and ' ),;' " ' F-rlnt Paper.. it il.ilK'I'tt I't ' Kl ! '1 I t till '(! I IL Mini t i..i.': v.. Wshaveafallslookof Ki.'c'i " I . I .. 'li... ' -nil '' ! -m 'I '.! envelopes; or aU flsos and varistlai, whloh will be fold at the i .. laitsal market rata. T. . . '. n J ii'i. j. i i 1 1 . ' ,i i . . : . . i ! ' M 'i.M . .t: '-!..', ',! i.'ii.""i,i I ... I I I. I ,ovm srocr'or ; '" Vi.l ( II I il. Ill, . , ,. I ! ...il 1,. ..! ....... : ... I ... , , ,.:.) O XL 2 : Ti -..." "' '" IinnittrpMiadlatbislt.Uolttdlnf ,,,, ,, ';; BRISTOL BOARD,';! ' - i .Mi ii .-..' i' .i i ' -i i. ' ',',vBi, Ri CHECK, .', ", , i .,( t I- if;; . 1 T t-l . ' i COLORED of all kinds, .i I."- ' , II. tv ' And BLANK, t -1.) .. i 1 ; i .i i . ... ,. v.' ,, t i : .. I . :QX:T1B,'UII,,II OALTh'i n ! irai i a ' Mliivina aX MYERS, snvO' PREMIUM EXHIBITIONS. LINCOLN DIOltAMIC ASSOCIATION. , nAoifiriCBN-r wohk or ART I 1 SERIES OF WONDERFUL EXHIBITIONS I DI8TRIUCT10H Of riiOTOQRAPUSI PBESENTATION OP DIORAMA I 1 Iirmt, iftmcrinli h4 Mr VatuaN ' i iVTT.tNm, ; Alt run tviniiT or tiir nth or J Anrll, 1HSI. tha hand nf a wralohed mlioraant .ant Anraltaia Llnanla tn hla intra and inro-,1 mourning orar a Contlnant. Oyar two and a naif nn naa atapaad tinna ma e'ainlty noeurrad "thai plunaad a nation Inlotaan," anil durlni that (tnia a nuuioar rr ina mnai prouitn.nl Am.rinan Attl.U and Atll-ant, dlraotad hy a tnaitar inlml, bavt i.aan In.lmirlou.ly ans.tad in tha raproduo. lion of tha fanaral oaaauL tha anudaal ika sarld arar wiiaaa.au, THE DIORAMA Funeral Oboequleo ... . . -or-.. ., ... : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Rapneanui br tba aid of ovir 100.000 morlnc Ma ehanloal Fiaurat, bsautlful Haintlnai and aorel Maehinary. tba prtnolpal feature! of the memora ble Pmoeinon, and mu.t, therefore, be of eapaoial iniere 10 arert American aittaen. i nn ttupeod 00. Work of Art, which was completed at aa ex tl IT. nt A . aUI AiTA mnA ...m..... In .HnJ. Beauty and extent all others, ha. been parobaaej bjr an aMoelation of aentlemen, and I. now on ex hibition in anna ana of tha following eitie. 1 -New York, Boaton, Htrtford, Philadelphia. nainmore, naaoinsinD, narrmnun. nitaoursn, Wheeling, Albany, Rooheeter, Buffalo. Olerelan l, Colambna, Day ton, Uinnianati. LouiaTllla, lndiaa apolia, Detroit, Vhioaao, Atilwaukea. t. loma. uairo, mempnu, inannTtiia. Monttoinery, vioki burg. New Orleans, Mobile, Charleaton, Klohmond, Springfield. 111.- 1 Aumbered and "TMlatararl flarHSAataa nf Art. fclaiios have been tamed at FIFTY each, which will 'entitle tba bolder to ona adinlnioa to thaDioeama whaearar and wheierer exhibited, and m aoenrata Fhotograph of some one of tha ra- marsapie aoaf as repreeouTOO Pj,ua llloiama.. On the First Da;.otAmnst, 186$, AH IMPART LaV AWAJiDINO' ,'cOMjilXTEE ' WILL DISTBIBCn ' TO THE HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES, T HE DIORAMA AND THE : FOLLOWING VALUABLE :Pfl'l; , . PREMIUMS: 1 Fann of ISO aerat; 1 P. 8. Bond, O1O0O; 1 Grand Rneewood Piano, 01000; 1 Farm of 310 acre-; 1 (J. 8. Bond, 3300; 1 Rone wood Piano. 0100; 1 Farm of ISO acre.; 1 Camel Hair Shawl, 01000: 1 Diamond Croas, 0 1000; Wheel- A Wijeon Hewing M.ohinej, at 0U0 each. 0710; 1 Bet Silverware. OEOO; 1 iue wmm1 Pi-nn. SfiOO! 5 QrovfiT A Baker Sn win Ma chines, at 1S0 each, S'60; 1 Farm of 80 aoreo; 1 U. . Bond.sion; a Hinger sewing Jiaonines ;ou; l Diamond Rim. 8300: I U. 8 Bond. 1100: S Graver Baker Hewing Jtlaooinei.B7&o; 1 nan-), cauo; iu Farms of from US to 80 acres eaon: S singer Sewing klMhines,fG25; 1 Gold Watch (Hunt.' end Chain, 0400: 1 U. 8. Bond, 0100; S W neeler Wilson Sew ing Machined. 082S; S American Watches, 0600; 1 U. S. Bund. $100; 10 Farms of from 40 to 80 acres each; 10 eiilv.r Watches (Railroad timekeeperx) 01160; 1 U. S. Bond, SI 00; 10 Farms of from 40 to 80 acres each; 260 pieces Silverware at from 010 to 050 each, $6000; 350 pieces silverware at from S8 to 030 eaoh, 03000; SO H arms of from 40 to SO acres eaea; 600 articles of Silverware at from 15 to 025 each. 4000; is copies Carpenter's Portrait of Lincoln, 0100; S4 Farms of 40 acres each, and 5000 Linooln Memorials, making a giand total of . I,1S PBE1HIIIIII8 to he distributed gratuitously to holders' of oertifi eaiea, each of whom receives One Admission to tha Diorama and a finely executed Photograph. . BO W TO OMIAjy CIBTIllOATiS. Ordmmay be sent tons tn registered letter! or PostofBce Orders, in sums of from 01 to $16, at onr rjik; larger amonnte should be sent is Drafts or by E i press. Certificates will be furnished at the fol lowing ' v .; - OLDB BATES t : . :. Single Certificates........'... ..........50 cents 11 Certificates, one address g5 oo W Certificates, ona address 10 00 48 Certi fieates. ona adaresa .'. jto oo 49 Prompt and anergetio Ladiea and Gentlemen of ooodoharaotib, wanted as Agents, to whom a liberal commission wilt be paid. Extraordinary inducemenU and special premiums offered. 49- men& for oar Private Circular to Arenta. nsa ' ' As" Addrcsj all orders and communications to tha LIMCOLlf DlOttAmiO ASSOCIATIOIV. Ha, 13 Opera Hooae, , ! . '.;.--.: i ; OOLVHBV3,0'. fobs dltawJm .. -j ,i k i . ... . .JPXlOBPKtDXUIi.,.- 'i A)i v-Mtii - i x i. ."i if: a ri 0 TBt, Of I " OHIO GTATEG MAN 10070. G. D. Eshdmanand Cb&s, D. Flood i'T '' KDIlOKIi : "i I ii, i i ;i . .. i..m ,i . ' . 'I I,: J it x oii a. ii r' "in ia V. z iv m 1 FHINTBU AND PUBL10IIEH. r . - 1 . t, "i I 1 . This old Journal, which Is devoted to an earnest and vigorous advocacy of Demo oratlo Principles and tho Rlrhts of tho People, Is now published on tho following TSRHSOASB IN ADVANCE: DAILY. One year $9 00 DAILY, Mix months SO TRI.WKCKLI, one rear 4 60 THLIIBCKUi Nlimaaihi 0 S WKRKLYt On rear a OO WAlEKLiYt months 1 00 .i - I ., TO TBS VBTTJSH UP OF A QTCLUD OF FITB OR BIOBB Jf ...lii.i ........ roa van ,. ..,,.ii.:i.i Weekly Statesman lor One Tear, '. ' u ,' ,,1 .. A ooaraMSATioa or ' . 83 CENTS A OOPI VlfX BE PAID , Congress met on the 21st of November, and tbe Ohio Legislature will meet on tbe 1st Monday In January. Tho doings of both these bodieo will bo faithfully laid be fore (he readers of the Statesman, and every effort made to make It deserving general patronage. 1 .., AWT aeaa for specimen Coplee, , i ... , Colcmids, Ohio. OPINIONS OFTHE PRESS. , Wi have basa receiving the Daily Btatiimah during the laat year, aad do sot bailtata tp say la its behalt that it is. la more than one respect, tha beat aad moat desirable Dally paper printed la tha Bute and tha lama, of ooaria, may be said of tba Weekly. -Zoloft Oatt. It Is ably edited by Vs E.helmanand 0. B, Fiood, tialwsynoi: great questions of Damooratla policy, and I S central organ af tha State, should ba 11. 1 luppotted. OAt ; , ' I I I .'I M 1 I DO Cunsathi Jndloloni naaagemea n . ihe maa.aiiiUUd by tha vigorous peg ol Poloaal Flood lbs Stat bim an did most splendid execution dar ing lbs psit oampalgn. uri J.dvea, - 1 flvaiMO lbs lata eanva.i no paper w Mnore able eM sffeetive thaa tha Oaio fSTAVBSMAiland to Iti anergy and ability it das, la aa eminent decree, tba Damooratla triumph la Ohio. Woi4ot Dtmo- AfMSAs EMM. ' ' Dusims tbs P . roar tba 8rATSSMAtt hai been eonduoled with aal ability and energy, dealing Irenohent blow! sgalnil Hadloallsm and aiding largely in Its reoenl ovarthror la Ohio. U Ii a val. aablspapar, worthy the support of tha Damoeraoy, aad la aaleotlns thalr papers for loss we heartily eummeod It to I heir ooaildiratioa aad patronage . .orlswcelA Timtt, , . ' Taa Bt ATM at AM Ii w, worthy the patrooaga of tbs Democracy of trite , unty, and we ihoald be pleased to aaa It olroui tad ia every Democratic family. JfotMwa Ceealp Jtmoera$, Dcamo tbe resent ismpalga 11 proved, a half a dosan Rlohmoads la the field against tha Kadloals, and did service for wbtsb it dwarves the thanks and hearty support of Damoorats everywhere. Ai a Damooratla newspaper It has ao sapartof any- wbaN.-CAti.MaMe .AVtwriier, . . I . . E. Ii. EsnaLMAN an 1 U, 0. Flood are tbs editors -and right good tbay are. Bl, Clarkion is tbs "looal,"-i't HtUtMgnal. ' TbiHvs BSMAif, aslhaoantr organ of tho Ohio Dsmocra ' , did fomu lervt ' In thaJata cam- pal in, and ihould hs wall lustamad by tha Democ racy of tha Hlats, for lha mora widely good reliable Democratic pa pert aie olroulatsd tbs mora earnest will lha people besoms in wresting our beloved country from tha negro lufTraga Kadleal rooonatruo- tlonlsUatWd esxi Bawnr, Wa oan heartily recommend It to ihois who wish to keep posted oa matters traaiplrlag the Capl tal.-ow.ua AifrHttr. " Tas ability and earnestness with wbloh it Ii edit ed la. worthy of the liberal lupport of Ibe Damoo aoy of tba Slate, and it Ii essentia to ths welfare of ths party that an abla organ iho Id be wall sui talnad at tbs Capital of tbs Btate.-JTt4V)T. Issue srol. Its Influence la faVor of the good old principles and landmark! of oar Demoeretii ancestors la lha lata alactloa in this State, was powerlul and effset- val, Maloy CbwNly rsaooral. Tnsas Is no batter Democratic Dally la tbs Uni ted rltatfi, and Dsmoorati who oan afford to take a Dally or Trl Weekly paper ihould patronise ths 8 rATaatfAN In preference to the Kadiial prints. ilUJXHrOT. AlirMUHl, TBI HrATiaMAK aaderlts present management s oonduotsd with marked ability, entitling It to a liberal patronage and support from the Damoeraoy of tbe Bute. OrmurtU Dtmourat. Oca worthy friends, B. li. Eshslmaa, Esq., aad Ool. Charles ' . Fiood, ara tha editors, and a strong, er team will bard to find harnes to any news paper vehlol la the W item country . JWstero iiowm, ,,t To this paper ths Damoeraoy owe thalr thaaki and gratitude for tha noble manner la whtoh it did battle la our eeuse during Ins oampilga just pass. Wl bespeak for tha Btatssh A greater popular. Ity than at any time ilnoe ths days of ths veteran Medary. -Joyto Ltdgtr. tto r afbb In tha State has dona tor servioe in tha Democratic eauia, or is mora wor by of ths lib. oral support of tha party. wVrrsw OoHtUo. , ' Thb way Eshelman and Flood .. make tbe fur ay rrom the bides of tbe tudloal sriu ba a caution. Both - are ' experienced Journalists.- Marittta ; V " 1 1 1 1 I !:! ) ' ' ii" - i i Thb BriTBSMAii is ens of the most abla and effl. Slant Demooratio papers in tbe Wait, and thoDe snoeTBoy ihontd exert themselves toward anhaoolng the circulation of their esntral orgaa. Marion Mirror', li-. . .'-ji ci.;:i.!. 'i- . "! u . : Thb editorial ability displayed by the Btatbs- mam ranks high, and it holds its own among tha ablest of theooMtryr- ik " Thb Btatbsxah is one of the belt papen ia tha West, Vntom KogUUr. . . , ; t; , , Thb Statbsxah during the recent campaign did noble work for tbe Democracy, and .contributed more, toward the success it attained than any o be paper in the State. Mina Standard, ; '., '. It has been long tha central organ bf tha party. and nobly has it batt ed for tha principles of oon ititutional liberty. OaUipolU DUpatck. ; Thb Ohio Statbsxax is one of the liveat and most effective Demooratio newspapers in Ohio. It has been generally conoeded a the Btatbs- xah during the last eampaign was one of tha ablest conducted Daily papers in tho State. .51. Clair i UU QoMUt. , . , Thb Statbshab during the recent campaign es tablished the reputation of being tha best politiuai paper in Ohio. Piqua Damocrat. ' Ditbims the last eampaign tha States ah made a noble and anergetio fig it. and to its instrumen tality may we attribute a large share of the Demo cratic gains during tha past year. fvUuim Oountg 4ntinel. ' ' ' - i HT- VI. am MnntT ntnw. wa wnnlrl Ilk,, t. see every Democrat lend a helping hand to tbe Ohio Statesman, not alone for tha good of the cause, but because, under its present abla and anergetio management, it is worthy such support as a first elass Democratic newspaper. Ohio Dtmoarat. Thb vigor of its palmy days, when it was a house hold word, and the greatest political power in the State, seems to have been restored to it by Messrs. Eshelman and JfloooV Oroicorit County Jorum. Wl indorse all tho above. Urban Onion. It is an ably conducted Daily paper, published at the Capital of our State, and during the winter will contain all the Legislative and Congressional proceedings. Many copies are already taken in our county, and we hope many more will ba subscribed tat. Hocking Omtintl. . r. . It is Demooratio in politics, and will compare fa vorably with any other Daily in the State. Wapa- konctta Union (HepuoUcan). , 1 1 M . ... i . .. ! i i . .t )- ".'.' , . "'" I' ; I E. B. Ell . man aad 0. B. Flood are it editors. Bucoesi att ' them for County Jsmoorel. .I Tas Br ATBSM4M has always beej a Iras saatlna , upon tbe Demooratio watch-tower and well merit the support of the Democracy of ths Buta.-vsVoa ooJtsJ (rvfsr l(lTv(j I ' Asa oclaboreria redeeming Ohio from nigger thralldom, tha Btatbsban undoubtedly deserves the greatest praise,-JVbrvxirA Stptrtmmt, , , Thb Htatiivam Ii a large, neatly printed, ably edited and s sound political paper,- Clhtva ATetiii, . Tap Status! A under Iti presort managamant . Ii sonduotad with marked ability, entitling It to a 'liberal patroniga and support from the Damoeraoy of tha State, Auotoii J)4moorut. Wl advise all who wish a good Damoeratlo Jour nal, afisr they have subiorlbed for tha JfVis npar, Jnsend ftirthsBTATISMAM. stHovhMo(AstoiI) Ksmegw .. .... . I,. . i t Its location affords great advantage In procuring early aad aoourate information upon all political movemenu, legislative matun and decision! of the Buprame Court' Ai a guarantee of Its enterprise, ability and loundness, we lay E. B. Esh- alman, who li known to ths Damoeraoy of the ooun ty, Is one of It! idltori. Zontin Co itiitutionaiM It Ii on of tho belt Demooratio papin In tbe Htate, and did mora la tha recant oampalga to bring about the treat reaction than anv other pa per. wis rty Dmooral, It Ii decided W one of the best papers published In th StaU. yosMTcy anmr. Thb Importanoe of lupportlng an able and vig ilant organ at Columbus will be conceded by alt. Tha Btatbbham did gallant service In tha lata . eampaign, and ihould ba wall sustained by the De mocracy of tbe State. Under Its preient abla aad anergetio man ament it Ii deserving the lupport of a first class emncratia newspaper. E. B. Esh elman and O. B. Flood, as Its editors, can aot fail to make It popular wita ihe reading public , CoiAoeton 4omoorat, , ,) . , . .,..-.-) A bbttbb paper la not tn be found in thil large Continent. Jtmooratio Enquirtr. , , ., , Amoko tha many able Democratic papers In Ohio Bone dealt heavier blows or bit in more tender spots than did tbe Statbsm am during the oonfiiet through which we hava just passed. Marion Zm- Wlil .... '..;.; . i , i .- .T It Is one of the b.st Democratic papers in tha unioi,rus odihwi, , HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. OHIO FURNITURE CO., FURNITURE ! ,.r. ) 1 Nos. 6, 7 and 8, GrTjnne Block, East Tpira Street, ' , COLPMBUS, OHIO. 1 V-ll I . . ,! ,-' I . 'I" PARLOR SUITS. MahoKony, Rosewood and Wal mmt I llalr-clolb. Oreem JKepa amd llrocatelle. ,. , , . . , CH AMBER SUITS. " nooeuvood, 1Tamatt ' sChealmmt mnd Oak. flnlehed la Varmlaili amd Oil. l!f Dining Room Suits. ' Wal.Bt, Cheetaat and Oaic Kx leneloa Tab Ira Walnut and Oak Mnlnor Chalrri Oano-oenil and Wood Oak and Cbeatuut Side, board. Haircloth. Oreea Rrp and Itainasilc EiOamBea eoretarlee Hook Csaaea aad lUnKeress. - - llmeks sCotton, llalr and 0prli Illaitrrmseaw Tucker. Jonra and IeCamp'i Pateat Spring- lied Ilottonaa. Ws have ths sbovs artloles of the latest styles and of superior quality, both In material and finish, and guarautaa prloea as low as at house la tbe ixaue. OHIO FURNITURE CO. J. B. BKITTINOHAM, Bupt, B. H. Howb. Tress. ieptlO-aod-Iy octlW-wly-r NEW YORK. $1,000,000 in Watches FOR BALE ON THE POPULAR , own rnion xxj.xr U1TINQ EVERY PATRON A Ilandsomo and Reliable Watch roa ibe low price or no, Without Regard to Value! And not to ba paid for unless perfectly satisfactory, loo Solid Gold Hunting Watches... $980 to $1,000 loo Mama tinned Uold Watohes v0 to ono 100 Laiiles Walot.es, enameled 100 to Sis) arm unici n n ins wnrin ter v atonal wvo to Boo 1(10 Uold Hunting Kngllsh Levari.. 100 to S30 Jioo uold hunting Duplex Watohes. loo to too loo worn tiunt'g American Watobas loo to BAO too Silver rli'nting Levers 50 to 150 800 Silver Hunting Duplets , , IS to . SMI too Uold Ladies Watches ' to to Itfo 1,000 Oold Hunting l.enlnes...., 60 to It l.OiO Mlacelianenua Silver Watches. 60 to 100 8.W0 Huntli g Silver Watohes.. B6 to SO 6,000 Assorted Watohes all kinds..., 10 to ' It T Every patron nbtalm a Watch by this ar rangement, ousting out eiu, wnno it may ba worth 01.000. Mo Dartlalitv shown, a Wa wish to Immediately dispose of the above magntnoent ntocg. uertincates, naming tha arti' clea. ara Dlajsed lnaeala.1 .nv.lmiu -nrl -.l 1 mi .A Holders ara entitled to the artiolts named on I heir oeniflcate upon payment of Ten Doliais, whether it be a Watch worth 01,000 or ona worth less. The return of anv of our certificates entitles yon to tbe artiole named thereon upon payma t, irrespective of its worth, and as no article valued less than 010 is named on any oortinoat, it will at ono be M that this is Wo Lottery, but a Iratsrhtfbrward left-ltlmale transaction, whlch may be partlolpateid la even by ine mon gaaiiniouei A ilngleoertifinata will ba sent by mail, postpaid, noon receiot of 16 eenta. five for ai. .l.v.n rw S'J. thirtv.tbreoaad elegant premium lor $6, sixty-six ana more valuable nreminm for BIO. one hunHri and most supe'b Watch for $16. To Agents, or huu,, wi.aiaa empii'TinoiiH .uis isa rare opportum ty- It is a legitimately conducted business, duly uiuunm oj in uuvernijjeniiy ana open to sni most careful sorutiny. Iryntt . WEIGHT BRO. & CO., Importers, ... j'il 181 BaoABwAT. Niw Tori. octlS-dAwSm ? . -.- I .iu "Tht Pea la SULgbtler tasm the SvrortTu rJOBTOFUDLO FIfiS v DO NOT WJBAJt OUT. A SnfGLB Ohjb will Last a Litetimb. : BT TECB3IB TJSIQ THE LABOB OT WBITIMO IS BETJTCED, . . Greater TTnlformity ia Obtained. :' JSase, Elegance and Beauty are acquired. The Best, Cheapest and most Durable Instro menta fox Writing ever used. SENT BY MAIL SAFELY. . Pricu, JVty CtnU and wpwarrL HO TBJLVEIXNCt AGENTS EaCPIrOTETX Oall and you will find Pans exacUy adapted to your hand and atyle of wriUng; or enoloae atamp for droulaj, A. MOBTOIY, St KAIDKH IaANH, BBWTOBX, s ORGANS. i COLUMBUS ORGAN FACTORY. TIIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING Inst COmDleXed t Pros Oriravn for tha U arm an Imitw pendent Church, on Jdoood street, Columbus, takei iuib tuobuuu ui lDiurmiuK nis puouo, ina parxiou laily Church emnuiitteei throughout the Htate, that he is tow retvlv to eontravot tor Orvana of Anv site svad price, and refers parties interested to tne Organ just completed as a specimen product of his lactory. . . ALi-LUT UKMUNDEii. . oeUavatx . . i- . , CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. SEALED PROPOS ALQ WILL, BE HECF.IVliD AT THB ori fine of thiUity Civil Engineer, tn Uuluwbus, Oblo.antll 1 . Rlonday, Mareh Oth, 180A, ' i at 4 o'clock P. M., for furnishing miterlal and do lus the following work, Till r r grading and paving ths unpavsd sidewalks, guitars and orosalngs ou th south sid of Long treat from front .tract to Slate avenue Kur grading and paving the unpeved sidewalks on the east. lite of Water strael from Lung street, to.l.ast street. . Pit' g'a.llng and rav'ing ths unpavsd gutters on Ann It nrnl from Jaok.on street to division street. or gra.ll"g end paviiig the sidewalks in fruut of lots titia, Bis and BIT on th east .Lie of Ktont street, between Krlend street and Cherry strsat. rr grading and paving the anpaved sWowalke and gu'ters ou fair allay from ItioU street tu Luerry street. . rur sra-ilna ami aravatlna Ilia nneravalad road. way of front street trom First alley to fourth al ley. For filling np Subdivision of i t np with earth lot No. I of Mollraln's Of OUtlut No. a& nn Krianil atraaL. The bi.lS Will be nn.na,l h. lha Aitrntnltta An allhwaysand the Wardoommlttee of th several an s in whtoh said liu. rovemants are located, and the rlsht to rejeotany or all bids Is reseived by tba couiuilttees. II. WM.JAEGKR. . .. . . W'J Uivil bngioeer. City Civil Knglnier'i oflloo No. W Bouth High street, up stairs. uiohi5-46t Sewer Notice. 7b all whom it may oonotm l , , CITY OLKRK'B OFFICR. Columbus. O., March US, leus.l , Notlo Is hereby given, that proceedings have been Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, lor making the following improvements, to wit, for the following Hewer,, vil I A T foot sewer from the western and of Peters' run sewer to the acqueduot; A 6 foot sewer from Peters Tun sewer In Front street to First a'ley; thence in First alle? to Center alien thence in Center alley to Mouth alley; thenoe in south alley to Third street: thence in Third street to (South street; thenoe in Month street to Fourth sueet; thence ia Fourth street to iiich street) And a 4 foot sewer In Fourth street from Blob Street to Htate street: Aa1 a 1 foot rewor In Pourth street from Stat street to Public alley, and from Linn alley to Upring street) A sk font yewer in Byeamor street from Third street to Fourth street; A 9 foot sewer in Fourth street from Sycamore street to Bohiller stieel; A SO inih sewer in Center alley from Peter' ran lewer to Kossuth -treet; A S foot sewer In Hprlng street from Fourth stieet to Center alley; A 4 foot sewer in Boring street from Fourth street to UedarT street, and thenee in Medary street to North Publio lano.aod thenoe in Uranoh street to John street; A 4 foot sewer in Canter alley from Spring street to North Publio lane; A S f o t sewer from th railroad sewers north of the Depot grounds to the intersection of Swan a? d Kerr streets; t eoce in Kerr street to Russell street: And a W loch sewer in K err street from Basse 1 treet to the north end of Kerr street: A 30 inch sewer in Kusseii street from High street to Kerr street. The same to be done In accordance with the plats anu estimates to oo preparea cy tne liny uivu en gineer, and filed in the effioeof the City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said n...n ....J 1 ....... . ... .. I I . . . 1 - .... olaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or oeiore moaignia aay or aiay. a. l ipsh. L. E. WILlSON, mohlS-lUw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To aU vkom it may Conoomt CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I ' Columbus. 0 March IS 1HU8.I ITntlee Is herehv riven, that nrooeedlnss havahaan Instituted In ths Citv Counuil of Columbus, for making the followli g Improvements, to-wit: For graveling tha roadway of South Public, lan from third street to tbe corporation line. Also, for constructing an IS inoh pipe sewer In Pearl street from Klch street to Htate street. The same to be done In accordance with plats .nM t K. ) 1.. .1.. ru. f ; .. M L" Inter, and filed tn tha office of tha Citv tllark. All persons olaimlng damages on account of said proposed Improvements, are required to file their olefins in tbe ofjloe of tba Clerk, in writing, on or oeiore tne inirteenta oay oi April, a. ji. iiwa. , . . L E. WILSON, i ,, . mohll-dltawlw i . ... City Clerk. . Paving Notice. 7o all uhom it mayeoneomt CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I Columbus, 0., Jlaroh I I, IKS., Notioe Is hereby given, that proceedings have been Instituted In the City Council of Columbus, for niakiui the following Improvements, to wit I For trading and paving tha unpavad t utters and grading tbs roadway ol Thl.d street from Oak aiiev to noniuer street. The same to bedona In aocordanc with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer and filed in the office of the City Clerk. . All Derenna elallnina damaaaa on account of said proposed Improvements, are required to file their claims Intdnomoeoi tne uierg, in writing, oo or nature th Twenty-ieoond oay of April, A. D. lSSH L. E. WII.B0N. mohU-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To attuhomii may Cbnoom: CITY CLKRK'B OFFICE. Columbus, 0 Ma oh S, lass.i Notlo li hereby given that proceedings have been lu.tituled In the City Counuil of Cuiuiubua, for making the following Improvements, to-wit I For lowering the Rioh street sewer at its eastern terminus on Friund street to a sufficient depth to make It serviceable for tha purpose of draining ce lars east ol the lillnd Asylum, aud for building an addition to said sewer 14 Inches tn diameter, lu extvn i eaat from aid sewer t n Fileod s:roet to the we.t end of what Is known as ths "Kinert" House, which is ahou two huudred and filly feet (WO) west from th corporation line. The same to be done In accordance with plats and etl mates to he prepared by the !ty Civil Uugl mer, and filed in tbe othoe of tbe City Clerk. All persons olaluilus damages on acoount of said proposed improvements, ara required to 111 then olaims In theuflloeof ti.e Clerk, In writing, on oi before th KighWenth day of AorU, Af mehfi-dllawiw City CleAt. Paving Notice. 7b all om it may oonoom t Citv Curb's OrrtoB,! Columbus, 0., March 1, ltttM. Notice Is hereby given, that pmneedlnsshava been Instituted in theCiiy Counoll of Columbus.for mak ing the following Improvements. to-wili or making a Wooden Uluok pavement on Broad tieet from High .treat to 'I bird street tha antm width nf the .treet, and from third street to Kasi Fu hlio lane 40 it et w Ida, the auie to ha submittal to Ihe properly holder, on II road street. i Also, lor s radios and paving on Ann street fron j.' Jackson street to Dlviion street. k Also, for graveling the roadway of Front street , Iroin Heoond al ey to Founh alley. I Tha same to ba done in aocordanc with plats aw .. estimates to be prepared by the Uity Uivil e,ngiu eer, and filed In the offioe of tha City Clerk. All persons olaimlng damages nn eoonunt of said nroDosed lmnmvements. ara icouired to file tlieii olaims in the ofiloe of the Clerk, in writing, on 01 before the biguleenth day of April, A. l. ifori Li. . WILSON. City Cork. mchS-dltaw4w SHERIFF'S SALES. Master Commissioner's Sale Daniel M. Blyh ) . Court of Common Pleas vs I of J. R. Peebles et al.) Franklin county. IN PIlt.UACK OF AN OHUEH OF a. sale in tbe above stated ease tn ma directed. I will offer Tor sale at the door ot tnei ourt House, in tbe city of Columous, on Tuesday, the 7iu dny of April, A. D, -1868,' atl o'oiook P.M.,th following desoribed real es tate, to-wit: All that traot or parcel of land lying and being In the oounty of Franklin and Htate ot unio, ana oe in. nart of section 3. townshin I. range 18. United Stales Military land, beginning at tne northeast corner of James Mitchell's land at a large stoue; thoniu weat HS milea to the earner of Hlih'a tract: thenoe 30 poles north to a large stone; th-nce east 44 poies to tbe corner to a stone in ths road; thence along the road south 30 poles to tbe beginning, con taining nine acres and one-half and ten square rods of land, it being a part ol a. noas lana, ana wiuoa to Daniel ness. , Appraised at 098 per aore:--' Printer's fees OS .00 - . - jrrinur siees. "G1J0RQE H. EABH'RT, ! !;:-. Sheriff and Master Commissioner, SpiMtow Wbioht. Att'y s. ...... ... nioh-altwtd - - COMMISSION. WM. MONYPENY, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, DBALBB IH ' GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, FLOIIU, WI1KKY, eVo." KW The Hiehest Prices Paid at all times for Uorn, W neat, Kje, cariey, e o.. eio. . OF PICK: Near Weat End et Nat'l Boad Brldsje, COLUMBUS, OHIO. r febl3deodly WANTS. WANTED. A CAPITALIST WITH ONE, THREE or ten thousand dollars. A. BIG THING Z Address, until 20th A. C. BURGESS, ' Cincinnati. Ohio. - novlS-tf COAL. HOCKING COAL. Altl NOW SELLING AND DELIV ering to any part of tbe city, best quality Ooarae and XtT-ix-t OooL Ordsra left at my store. No. 9 Broad street. Buck eye Block, will have prompt attention. l.u! J.l i unMEDIOAI.'011"'1 ' LD BYKBMAU8 H aaailv. ailth. eioee. Hent postpaid, on receipt of 10 oil j u . aoriHTr or metii Auureaa DrTE. B.FOOTE. No. 110 Lexington avenue, eor. oi sumi iisth i St., in, i. . r COMFORT AND CCR8 F(R THK H D i'T URKU.- Sent fl larriTrftmv postpaid on receiptor 10 ots. Addre Dr. K, 11. FUUTE, (au- uinur oi niouioai niu 5 men tSenie. liook "i,ui ml Kit wfavya V'."i ww.es by tlall),No.ll0Lex. 'rr.Vti.tl..t'.,N.Y Of Bentia seal.d en velope on renalpt of rs:',pooT,rN),r: I1! i Lexington Avenue, oorner of Eut ssth street i a . sepn-usu .. ) ' ' " IHARRI4C3E sQUIOE. r" KOTHER EOITION Jt'MT Ptlll. Hshed, being the loth of the POCKET JiSCU It . PIUS, or Every One his own Doctor, including a Trentlsoon Disease of Females, Imgularitles, , wun a nunarea engravings, explaining tnos eases. In both sexes. By Ws. You no, M. D. vvery onemayeouduotanycasaof seoratdiaease f-abuse, or those distressing diseases incidental south, manhood or old ace, without resorting to quacxa oi tne present aay. .. ei nn man contemplating marriage he another ir withoutreading this wonderful bonk, as it dis ss important seorets, whioh should b known to .m particularly. ... . t tha weak and bashful youth who has ruined Sonstitution by tha debasing habit of self-abuse this book. -It will Kj .anttn a.11 urti ortliaTTalU State. and U Jiaaas tor ou cents. Aauress, ,,. . i ... DR.WM. YOUNG ' . No.41SSpntoitrt,PhiladlphiA,Pna. nnel4-wly - - ' . i- " . ui. : i n ;. i.. ; ; Ii .;l t . ! T'. li. ;; -I. I'-" T. 1, S'lOII.I "'' 'J cuauz.' ;' Pass's Climax Salvb, for Burns, Seal ds, Scrof- I' V Bait R earn. Sorts, Broken Breasts, Frost tei.CblUblaina.8tings. Braias.Cuta.SwHings in whether upon man or beast. Is th most won rf ul artiole aver produced.. Other good artiol aviate: this cur .' It allays inflammation, sub ies pain, anil heals without a scar.-' It Is worth I weight la gold to any family, aad should always on band, It is warranted te do what it says v. ytima. . feblS-weowly - .. -i . ::: - :.. '! , I I -; : ', . IKofibfg life fills aad Phojnix Bitters JiTar first used In private praotioa in 1836. Thay I ara introduced to tho public in 1836, since which , me their reputation has extended, until they hava i) sals In excess of all other Cathartic and Purify i it Mediolnea. There is hardly a family among , ivIUsed nations who bav aot personal evidanoeof 1 elr beneficial effects , Their great luocesa Is ow. 'i ig to their uniform reliability la eases of Censtl. " atlon, Bilious and Stomach's diseases, whether of ng ors ort duration. 'They are entirely vegeta ble in their composition, and harmless to tha gen tlest Infant. . On Ingredient opeat th pores of th akin; another Ii diuretic and stimulates proper ac tion of the kidneys; a third Ii omolient, loosening phlegm and humor from th lungs; other properties are warming and eathartlo, and olt ansa t e stomach and bowels from unhealthy leoretloni. Their com. blned effect ii to regulate th Impaired functions of "he system, and to prod uo AsottA. It ii not assert i ed Moffat's Pills ara icws-ofl that thay will our. . all complaints but tinder ordinary elronmstanoet ' liaymay bevelled upon to cor Nervous and Blok l Headache, Coatlvenees, Dyspepsia, Indigestion Jaundice, Liver and Bilious Complaints, Colds , Bourvy, General Weakness, A o, Thay are xpress- ly made Tor these diseases, , Millions upon millions ' of enres can be cited. In no single tnstano ba a complaint overcome to Our knowledge, wbr thy bav not operated as recommended. ' . Tba printed oiroular around eaoh box fully ex plains tha lymptomi and effect! of aaoh disease specifies treatmen .furnishes evidence, Ao. ' W briefly refer to Rev. David Elder, Franklin, N. C, who was oured of Dyspepsia. 0. R. Cross, of Thooiko, III , cured of Liver Complaint. H. Hooley, of Bprlsgfield, Pa, bad Scrofula, and bad toaseorutohesi was oured in three weak. Jam D.Dolns.of Adrian, Miob., oured f Bilious Fever. Rev. Henry Qraham, Presbyterian Church, Oananagua, Cat., of Fever and Aiue. Rev. Ed. H May, Twenty-first Now York, of Rheumatism and Files of S3 years standing. Rev. Samuel Bowles Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Republican, was oured of terrible Costlveness. Bon. Ed. Webber of Rumney, N. II., of Liver Complaint, etc., to to. A box of Mofiat'1 Llf Pills, with full circulars do- will ba sant gratis to any Fhyilolan or Clergy. man, on th receipt of two three cent postage stamps. Moffat's Life Pills are OS cent per box. Moffat's Phosnlx Bitter. $1 per bottle. They are sold by al re.peotable dealers thronghout the oontlnent and tb Islands ot tha Ooean. . i- W-A'TE A HOWl.AND. Pmnrlatora. Bacerssomt r. John Moff.t, and Dr. Win. B. Mi.rrt,iii Dsrtystreet, new iota. . . febiut-weo - KotTafa Llf FiUs and Phoenix Bitters, : The wonderful efeoU or Moffat's Llf Pl.'li eases of me tal depression or physical aknesi proosedlng from Indigestion, oostivosi, or billon, secretions, are certified to by millions of persons who hava been benefitted by tbem. They are tbe most effective eathartlo and purifier vr before th publio, and bav ever been In us sine 1S6. Thay ar cheap, safe and rellabl. Bold by all respect b dealers everywhere, . Climax A plain statement of facts. I Inherited Scrofula and many of my relations have died of it. In 188 my case wa frighfut. Tumor and ulo s spread until in 1841, under th advice of my physicians' I went to Avon Springs. I received no benefit triad every madioio and did everything I could. I bad to rest my arm on a cushion, and had not bean able to raise It to my head for over year. The dis charge from two ubers was nearl. a pint a day- Amputation was recommended,' but pronounced dangerous. I' oould not sleep, and my sufferings wore intolerable.:. A friend brought me an English physioian, who applied a salve with which he said be bad aoooinplished extraordinary cures In the hospitals in England. It oommenoed to relive; I pers'sted in its use; It finally effected a perfect and ontiro euro. It is now 1S48. It is five years since I bad th appearance of a scrofulous sore, and my health has been good ever since. I procured tbe re- ooiptof this wonderful artiole this blessing of hu manityand bav called it "Pass's Climax SiLVB,"and allow tha publio tonseitornot as they ohoose. This is a brief but candid statement, giv en more fully in my oiroular. Genera, New York, December, 1848. " ,' J. M PAGE. .' ' ' ' .Stw York. Oot. is. lses. . ' "I bav known J. H. Page, Esq., of Geneva. N Y., for many years. He is one of the first nitiien. of Western New. York. 1 saw him but w.ck In good health- ! His case was a most remarkable ono butaotually true in every particular. CSigned i DEM AS BARNES. We have watched the unaided but growing favor of 'Page's Climax Salvb," and availing ourselves of the knowledge of its wonderful ourative powers have b orne proprietors of tho same. It is a sore cure for Burns, Scalds, Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Broken Breasts, Frost Bites, Chillblains, Stings, Bruises, Cuts, Swellings. Ao, whether upon man or beiat. It subdues pain and infiammatifln with surprising celerity, and heals urns without a scar. No family should be without it- It is always wanted, and is always ready. We will forfeits dosen boxes for any single failure. We believe there was never anything like it in th world. It is put up in tin boxes, surrounded by a full oiroular giving facts, directions, testimonials Ao., and can. be ordered through any respectable Druggist throughout tbe world. Price only 25 cents, - WHITE A HOWLAN ', Successors to J. M. Page. 121 Liberty street S. Y. feMl-weowly . DR. TUCKER'S VISITS. COHJWIBI S UNITES STATES Ho tel, December 3d and 4th, January 23d and 34th. March loth and Uth. April 38ili and SSth. June 8th and 8th. Dr. TUCKER has visited Columbus about ten years. His great success in curing his patients is well known- No physioian could do a large pren tice in one place for ten years unless he was skillful and reliable. This must be evident to all. Inval ids can t herefore apply with full confidence that he will perform all he promises them. Dr. Tuckei's great experience renders his advice and treatment invaluable to such as have failed to be cured by others. He treats all Cbronio diseases of tbe Throat Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach. Bowels, Kidney. Blood and Nerves. He furnishes inedicineo. Ex amine free, but gives no credit. ooi29-tju9 WHISKSBS-UR. LaMONTE'S CORRO LIA will force Whiskers on the smoothest fao or Hair on Bald Heads, N ' Anown to tail.. Sam pie sent tor 10 oenv. Ail BEEYES .. treet. Nsf Turk. 1un2T-wly fee -1 TRANSPORTATION. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN -ir- RAILROADS. '!.! l i ,i S u'fSTl V9?AT January 0. last; FOB " TRAINS JjaILY leavp ColumbuJ ro cUtQihiiaxi, L0DI8YILLE, CAIBTJ. LOUIB, DATTOW, RICHMOND, 15 , DIANAPOLIB CHICAGO. Wiih?? of. vlAVTO and .jPi.".',lon,y on change of care to. INDUNAFOLIB and CHIOAUO ' Connections ar rallabl as follow ' - ( ' FIRST TBAIN:"." ''";"" I (Dallv. uiml H.J.MV.. ' Leaves at 1-Jl A. M. for Olnclnnarl, 'Olrelevllla Lancaster. Hlll.boro and ChillioothetttopatLoi don. rloutb Charleston. Xenia. Corwln. MaVtoe i ia a u laiiiyiu. arriruig at uinoinnau e.l6A.M. ,,. .,. , , .,. , 7 .,.., ., ' BECOND TRAIN. ' : f,-. fl)ail axnant MmJ.n 1 '-' -' '' r imt. '..8!S?i,A.- Ul f O'no.innatl.' Olroleville r"j " i.;.1"' ... .uiiiieoine; steoa at London. Sonth Charleston. Xenia, Cwin,Pfior naU t J7J5) tWill UiuTlf1""';iI inria v i- - THIRD TRAIN, ! .. - . l i ' (Dailv mmi Sn.j. -i i .. .. .. Leaves at BSOO A. M. for Cincinnati.' Davie. Kiahmond. Indian. nll. - i r.v ; " , ' JtB Boutu L.banrFo!t.ra? .tSVel'ftuforZaT: FOURTH TRAIN tliH ,f j; oa f.ip i r-j H., fDailv.aruiant RnnH.w. HfT i ?i'5. M. r Cincinnati. Davtoa am io P8 il T,X," arnving at .Cincinnati at fifth ,tr ain. . . v.." , . ' !' (DlllTStHITlH..J.nl t -r"7. -...ii a a. Alton, wees ..Jefferson, ljoadon BouthCharlesten, -Belma, Ce-arvine. Xenia Dorwin. Morrow and toveland. prn By. d arriving at Cincinnati at IvstO n't TiiitiiM "10 .ti.-j f.tfi' - j ' ,i ...... - Sleeplns; Car an all Nlfht Train ! - i .. . . ;. al HBNBYROpF:8. Ticket Agent, --.; n. vKjajuni i .Agent. JOHN DTJRAND, . 1 , . Ic.rutrin.tl. "' if if 4M v ortirnii, i j GePlTiokotAjrV) 1 Janll RAILROADS. EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION Three Trains Leave Columbus Rail Three Trains Leave Columbus Rail as follows: (Sunday Expected.) i'lltSi. M.' NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving" at Zanesvllle at 4O0 A. M. Ballaire at 0:06 A. M.J halnmore at 4J0 A. M.; Washington City at S jitlO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving at Zanesville at 10 P. it : Bellalre at 640 P. HT, BalMmoraatl0.30 A. WashingtonCity atuil l-.50 r. V. EXPRESS HAtL. ar-ives jtt Zaarasr vMIe at 6 .-00 H. M.; Bellaire at 1:00 P. M.: Baltimore a'SKKi P. M.t Washington City at 80 P.M. T The 11:10 A.M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS stops omy at Newark, Zanesville, Cambridge and Barnes Ville. Other trains will atop at all stations. - ,( asr Four trains daily leave Washington or Balti more, for Philadelphia and New York. - -1 , This route nr w offers to passengers these great and superior advantages. Far to Washington . City th sane aa to Baltimore, Philadelphia pat . lengers have the privilege of visiting W ashing t1 City and Baltimor. n rout. New V ork paauniet " have the privilege ot visiting Washington City" Baltimore and Philadelphia, en route. Boston Pae eager have tbe privilege of visiting Washingtoa City, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, eg root, at precisely tha same eoet for tickets as via' any other rout. . This is th only rout that oan gWepesseuger the advantage of a throoghvicketsi or baggag eheokad to Washington City. , . ... , : I t3T A.k ffir Tlcltetsi Tin IleUalrev, .. , JNO L.WILSON, Master of Transportation, L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent. JNO. W. BROWN, Uen'l Passenger AgU ". mayO-p , . WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. 3BT"iir Fxaw4.3a.n XeaJLly, . -r ' : EXCEPT SUNDAY. . . , From Columbus, in onneotion with Train on tb ' Little Miami At Columbus Ax. XesUn Kallrondst. NIGHT EXPRESS Leave Colnmbui at 1M A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtoa. tiilaad, '. Gallon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at ' 1:30 A. M., New York 7.-00 A. M. This traia leave ; bunda' night, but not Saturday. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Colutnbas ' at 6.-00 A. M, Will stop at all way station. This , train starts f'Oj, tte Freight Yard. NtW YORK KXPRKSS-Laaves Celembus at. 11:10 A. M. M 111 stop at Delawere.Cardlngton.Gai. ' Inn, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington ' Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 340 . P. M,. New York nest day et3:46 P. M, MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at r P. M. Will stop at WTfhit ston, Lewis Center Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Bhilb, New London, Wellington, iTraftnn and Berea. Ar , rive at Cleveland ats to p. M.. New York 10 JO P.M.. BPRINGF1ELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWAKE Leaves Columbus at ISO P. M. Will -stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring- . field, arrivins at Delaware at 3:46 P. M Springfiali 1:90 P. M. Ibis train leaves Springfield at 1:16 A. in., ai.i.va a. awaww a, vw 1046 A. M. jus uoiBubaa , t Pa ton t Sierplasj Cm ra are ran em atl 1; t Algnt Train, ta CbloiHCOs .. , . , New Torlt aad Bastion. ' ' ' gar Baggsg checked through to New York ' .,m Boston, via Cleveland ; alse. to Philadelphia ' " 1 New York, via Crestline. . . . RETURNING t 1 ' "' ' ' Nlsht Express arrives atColumbiiiatl:6A, M. i Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbui at 0.00 P M . t .Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9.10 P. M. Springfield Accommodation arrives at Colambas " at 10:36 A.M. ... . .. Fare ae Low aa by any Otber Roata. Ask for Tioket via Crestline or Cleveland. ' ' E. S. FLINT. , Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio. ,. JAMES PATTERSON, . '-; . ' ' Agent, Columb a, Ohio. 1 Columbus, Jannary 1, 1868. COLUMBUS & INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY! TTtOK INDIANAPOLIS,' CHICAGO. ST.'1 J Louis. Louisville. Lafayette. Springfield, Ter- I re Haute, Evansville, Cairo, Memphis, Richmond, Toledo, Detroit, and' all points West an.i South. 1 No change of mpm between Columbus and Indi anapolis. ' ' , On and after Monday, December X8i. trains will ' leave Columbus as follows: Tba-Night Express , runs dailv. All other trains dailv. SundATa ex. ' oepted. - - ' - ' ' '. J --.', IJi.it) A. IT . atT Ul'll'IOUS IU.1 ATTTTCS at toil ford 9t00 A. M.t XJrbena 10:36 A. M.r PiouA 3:00 P. M.- This trainoonnects atMilfordfor Spring. Beia ana at uroana lor neueiontaine, uuas ana 8"8O0,"li' DAT' XI-RESS) 'Arrives'!'at V TJrbana 11 P. M.t Piqua 3:00 P. M.r Lima 9:1 P. 1 U.; Union 4&0 P. M.j Marios 8:30 P. M.r Kick- (R mond 4:46 V. M.; cmcagotvia Kionmond) 1035 A. M.: Indianapolis 8.-00 P.M.rLouisviMe U0 A. M.l i Tm H.ntc 13-25 A. M.: Malloon3K)a A. At 4:60 P. M.r Pana40A. Ml: ' Alton 85 A. M.; St.'J linia 10:15 A. f.afa,eie 110 P. M.- :hl... (via, Lafayette) A. M.: Springfield eA.M.: Quincy 130 P. M.; Keokuk 2:00 P. M. This train . arrives in ot. ixiuis. lue next morning. HMU it IIOUUS in advance of the Cincinnati route, . .. ftWO P. M. WESTERa LXrlttSS-Ar. ' rives at Urbana 1:30 P. M.; Bellefontaine 12.0 P. U: Sandusky 60 A. M.: Piqua Ohio P. M.: Lima 3:00 , A. M.; Toledo 60 A. M.; Detroit tOrlO A. M.; Rich- ' mond tue r.ijn.; cbicago (via Kicbmoud) 10:36 A.M.: Indianapolis 2KW A. tl-? Lnniavilia T-1R a. a.; i.mi n,uiD.:iu a. si,; cvansviilo 03a r, a.: Matteon 7:66 A. M.; Pana 7.A.. M Alton 3rOS., P. M.; St. Louis 315 P.M. Paseensmrs should be particular and. aeoare tiok-i " ets by this tiain. as it is the only one leaving at that hour which makes direct connections for ' CHICAOO (via Richmond), arriving the next morning. 10:36 A. M.. EltiHT HOURS in advance , of the Crestline route. . - i l . 12:30 A. m. MIGHT EXPRESS Arrives , at Urbana 2:30 A.M.; Piqua 3:40 A.M.: Richmond 1 4:66 A. M.; Chicago (via Richmond) 10H0P. M.- la ' dianapolis 8-J5 A. M.; Louisville 4:30 P. M.. Terra Haute larOO M.; Evansville 10:00 P. Mj Alatloon 3-00 P.M.; Cairo 4:15 A. M.: Pana 4:S0 P. M.; Al ton 8:66 P. M.; St. Louis 10.-00 P. M.: Lafayette 1S:0 : P. M.; Chicago (via Layfayette) S.-ou P. M Spring field 8:10 P.M.; Quincy 2H0 A. M.: Keokuk 3-20 -i A.M. This Train arrives at ST. LOUIS the same day. THREE AND ONE-HALF HOURS in ad- vance of the Cincinnati route. . .. New Stat Room Sleeping Cars run In night j trains. All changes made In Union Depots. Baggaga ' Checked tbrongh to all principal points. . , Ask for Tickets via RICHMOND AND INDIAN. AlOIIiSe " ' ii.. ' H. B. BROOKS.! T,fc.t , . J. H. DOTEN. Ti8t Agents. Colambaa. ;.. F. COAMDLBB.Gen. Ticket Agtf T j- .. J. M. LuKT.Gen. Supt., , J IndianapoUs. " janSS ...,. .... .. i' :i ,v ...... , PASSAGE TO ANO FROII GREAT .Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail. -ing Packetoy weekly lines, at reduced rate. Tap. " SCOTT BR08.A!0O.s8 South New I- rork. continue to issue Passage Tickets, available . for twelve months, from London, Liverpool or ' Queenatown.and Drafts, payable nn demand. 'for J any amount, from Aland upwards, -n. , BAILEY" 1S0MPS0N A COAgetts. ; mkKtt :: .u whWkir, MtabBs -ir-