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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
" ' Showing the arrival and departure of traias at Co
tabu, Ohio. Onand.. after MoadayTliay MP
.Y.A Western Express. 1:10 A.M. 1:00 A.M
-ttHjtlOiL.M. 13:10 P. Mi
..ill, too PTk. Oilo P. M.
ucaw P. M. lotas A. M.
A. M.. SdKP.M,
' ai.ii - ... oumi
rwbnHklarTw Sunday otnjng-.not Monday i
9-'hii ""' V JAMES FATTKRSOH Ami. '
luteal Hiafcti tCtlUakXBiaH.H.
' iv.-r , '.(" V: :;.' tAt.,(, amuti,
TftrMTrwai.i....'...:... tsSA. M. 19:54 A.M
xjiMxanau AgMUMu efle a. M. - ss p.
L . .. MM D li - A
6:16 P'm." lit P. Ill
;- w. AOHBiiTv.Aeuv
atsUtAsaore Jr.' Ohio Rallrwad, Caatral
; . Ohio Artrtatea, , ,
Iimil.... ';..... 3:10 A. M. HAS P. M.
Lightning KimMm... T1:1S A. M. 4:45 P. 114
2pcese BlaM, ..a..-......- atov r. n. u A. M.
siiji ;j- iilj-,;: ! A. I. Smith, Agent.
(Iclmaku, ct I IMUm Cm.
. ma Buimr.
ii .o-i--i Lri."" "arbivb.
Jtrtht nnM..!-U..R A; -M.-S:M A. M.
Aneommoiauoa.. ......... IH6ii M. ,' lie p. M.
Wmh Eipnu...,, 540 P. M, IM P. M.
ay Kxpreee. ...nao P. M. 11:00 A. 11.
.. jiui , Q. A. Hill, Agent
aadnestr, Maasflela Newark. U.K.
1 Trains Wri Newark and arrive as follows :
.., r.- r f, ., 7I,., ,I.SAva.-.- A.BIVB.
iMr.i.i?..:r.ZT.';iI..j; oo A.M, 35 P.M.
attend rgAaoa....'..,....:10.0 A.M. .S5 P.M.
Maasaeld axpree -.. 8.45 P.M. . 46 A.M.
nip if. ?T. t,, r- A. W . jlxxine. Acenu
Pltteaaraa, ClnclaasUa As . 1oats
Tew Tort Iim MM. M A. M. '11:18 P. M.
14gntning Bxpress 1(3 A-M. ', BflO K. M.
Mail aad Express ......... 3:1 P.M. 11:66 A.M.
Deonison Aoeommodation 6:00 A. M. : Si40 P. M.
Saw York Express laaeaU-.' All other trains
las dally, except Sunday. - 1 v - -
Denaiaoai AaaeaaaaftaaAiasi alaria from frabfc
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ABStm.
: a-bu r. m.
OUW. '
a jc r.M
io.-o; yao
ISM
.... i 4:11
lV:80 . 7:30
11-30 ' ....
Xaatara Thptmyh Mali.
Tia 8tbBTiUa . aaoi
Putsborgh
Xitftorn Waj MaiU, 0. C.
Vortaa-art. Tia Ft. W. A
CC. U.C. ACl R. R,
Ckw,TiaO.P.A t O.
O.AU.E.K
1330
13 JO
B30
, ao
, I4ttla Miami ILK, thro' J
Littla Miami R. R.. War
a , u or V 1 .
1M
70
C- . K, War
C- . A il Through and
il0t IIM ' f ;S0
CiraivviUa. CoiUiooUM ml . . 1
. . i ( i k I f. r : .
- Mo
. 1M
.... us
10
. .... , 10
PortBOUtll...i,.,..,,;i... JlM.
LaiMaatar. Ohio.. ....... .... 80
Aaat w a,tiona! Road. ' 10J0
Mi. Vara on Way. Waiter-
Tilta. -"- MflO
R anh Colambu and Clia-
tooriUa 1040 ....
WafaiBtoBO.H.,TiaHar.
rUbarg. (tri-waemiy
arrivva- Mondayr- Wra
Beadaya, A Fridaya, and
teayaa Tneedayi, Thoia
Aara and -Hatardara..
I.-00
740
RantraTillaaa. rtri-waak-l
lyj Tneadaya,Tbnrdays UK. ,
aadMatordayl...... ' ' .,
OrriOB Houbb. Office opan atTK o'eloek A. M.,
and cloaaa ai 1 P.M..: Handaya, opn atsi A.
BdeloaaaattM A.M.-; -i:0,iJ.: -
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
ITEMS.
THBLighest rent paid for a dwelling
bcrase in Chicago is $10,000. ' , ..
London b5 killd 10,000 enporflnono
doss this season.
A mabbl8 rein has recently been dis
covered in Virginia, near .Leesburg.
Game is plentiful this fall in JJew
Hampshire. , . i .' ,. , ci-'-,
Nbw Tori las a steam-cab, which
ther- Time says "makes a; noise like
thnnder,', ,i , . : ..
A movement is beginning in Virginia
to secure an extension of the stay law,
which expires on the 1st of January, ; .
- Alf old trooper says that lioles in car
casses, not in. hoards, will have to settle
the relative merits of the rival European,
breech-loaders. . : : .' - - s
Mrs. Hannah Vick, of Tennessee, is
10T years old, 'and still sufficiently en
ergetic to draw, pensions on account of
her husband, who was " revolutionary
soldier. , .rio ',
Thr lata venerable Dean Milman
nsed to congratulate himself on having
discovered the true way of answsfing a ,
criticisro-Tit was ta outlive the critic
AN "Albertson Estate" has turned up
in Holland, anxious for heirs.' A meet- ,
ing has been held ?n New York of Al
bertsons anxious for the estate. ' r -
Among the latest novelties is an 'iron-v
ing glove to protect the hand from heat
when ironing.' The under part "is com
posed of several thicknesses of flannel. .
Therb will probably be ten Quakers
in the next British House of Commons.
Among them are r the two Brights, ;
Charles- Gilpin, Edward Backhouse and '
William Slater. ,v : :.; y
A Female Walkist is in training in
Troy. She is an English woman, and.,
bus walked 1000 mileain.1000 hours in
Manchester She wears male clothing.
Thbre were forty-two Bishops pres
ent at the Opening of thn Triennial
Episcopal Conference-in-New York.
Bisbdp Chase. Of New Hampshire,' was
absent on account of ill health' ,
The Wathingion Republican says
that the lady to whom Secretary Seward :
is to be married , is Miss .Risley, the..
daughter of Hi A. Eisley, Assistant So. I
licitor of the Ireasury, and that they
will spend a portion of this., winter in
Cuba. f-s i Kt i:.J'N
THE'higbest mine in the world is a
silver, minend is that of Fotosi, in the
Andes qtem. It is situated, 11,375;
feet ibove the surface', of the ocean.
The deepest mine in the world is a salt
mine. . ' It is the So-called new Selzwerk
in Westphalia and is 2,050 feet below
the surface ef the!oceifci"5if .'f-'';'.
Among the ' patents recently granted
in Francs one for a strong coffir, the
peculiarity of which seems to, be that if.
fraudulently : opened, it: will '. kindle-' a
Bengal Hght,' brilliant enough to assem-"
ble anaultituclei who will firmly believe .
that 4 :tuse ia on re,. . - :
BoifB or..tha papers express the fear
that the?; success which attended the en
deavor of tho Chinese mission in 'this
country wijl Jbe ttnore than counterbal
anced by an unfavorable reception of its '
overture to some of the principal courts
of Europevy,',;:;; VTU -l '
Mk LeoxhaRdt, the Prussian Minis
ter of -Jostice, has instructed several
distinguished jurists ; to. propose measr ,
ares for the abolition of the death pen
alty ia Prussia. ;; Reindel, the Prussian:
executioner, says he longs for the day",
when capital punishment will . be abol
ished n Prnssia. ; '
Th Xfetfoti Pawn says: "Mr. S. Can-";
ron is yery anxious to keep his name'
out of the papers, and . at the Central
Station this morning made eager peti-:
tions to that effect, , He can easily ac
complish this desired end if he will re-'
main xn. jhis ''farm instead of getting
drunk', in,. Detroit and - sleeping at - the
station.: v.-;;: - V."
At an' agricultural dinnef in England .
a gentlemen rose, to reply lo the toast of
"The Ladies," when ; from the ladies' !
gallery came a voice, "Sit down, sir 1"
He did eo, with a thump, and a lady
arose and responded to the toast, fan- :
mng herself meantijue.'and ' giving the,'
gorged agriculturists a lecture on the
impropriety- of i eating ly themselves
while the ladies whom they toasted look-!
ed on hungry, Tli ..- t;3I;7.'
,
-rr:
TpgER Jhnndtad . hooka.. hsva.-Wa-
wnttemioout the American Rebellion,
aad 8,000 abbot the short Prussian;, w;
in 1 S66. Headlev and Abbott ought to
Gkobibb : Sano says, in a beautifu
obituary notice of Madame. Victor Hugo
that,, despH : the numerous calamities
and disappointments which - fell to her
share during her wedded life, she was
one of the happiest women she ever
knew. , Ana sne adds that, but tor. her
influence over YictorHngo, he would
have never reached the exalted place
which ne now occupies in French lite
rature. -' ' ''.
! ( Joh Risler, Esq., one of the pio
neers of Ohio, and a highly respected
citizen, died suddenly on Wednesday
last, at his residence in Rnshville, Fair-
held county, at the advanced age of
eighty-three years. The deceased was
remarkable for the even tenor of his
life and the regularity of his habits.
Until within the last year, his physical.
as well as mental faculties, remained in
as full vigor, as they were thirty years
gO. " ;..
A friend of Rochefort, the young
editor of tlje Lanteme. whom Napoleon
recently banished to Belgium, has paid
him a visit, and writes of him. as fol
lows: "He looked taller, his somber eyes
shot fire, and there was in his, features
an air of the most unmistakable and in
flexible determination. Two or three
other friends were present, and while we
were, of course, like all Parisians, talk
ing about the persecutions by which the
Government hope to crush the Lanterne
and. its editor, J Kochetort paced 'the
room, holding in his hands a .book on
which lay a folded sheet oi blank paper,
and on which he rapidly wrote with a
lead pencil a few lines whenever an idea
suggested itself, or a mot which one of
us dropped." . , - . -
OHIO FUBNITUEE CO.,
MAjfUFACTUEKRa Of -
FURNITURE !
-. Nos. 67 and 8, ' r
Gwjnne Block, East Town Street
OHIO.
PARLOR SUITS.
IHahoKeBj, Rotewoad subI Wal
sit 1st Bavtr-clotfa Greesi fieps and
CHAMBER SUITS.
RMewNd, IValaal, ChestBiail
aad. Osda finiabed 1st Taralab and
on...::... ' .,.;. .
1nh,i..i'in.i .J :J - ; '-'
Dining Room Suits.
WsvlBmi, Cheartamt and Oak Ex",
teaaioa Xablea aValnat aad. Oak
Ilala(f Ca irs : Caae-aeat aa
Wood; Oalc aad Cheataat Side
board. ....:..
Halicloth, ' dreest Sep aad
laaaaalc r'.l.BBea : Ben etarlta
Boole Cases aad Etasrerea.
Hask, Cottoa, Hair aad SprlaK
MatTi tan. '
Tacker Jfoaeaj' aad DcCamp'i
Pateat Sprtas Bed Bottoms. . . .
We have the above' artielea of the latest styles
and of superior quality, aotn in material ana nnua
and guarantee prices as low as akt house in the
trade.
OHIO FURNITURE CO.
J. K. BRITTINQHaM, Snpt.
B. H. HoarB, Treaa. ; s- ': r
loetavwlvt .. . : M V i t - '
THE
FLACli.TO BUT
LAMP
GOODS.
Kerosene Chandeliers.
Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps.
Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and best kind of Burners, Chimneys.
U;.k, Mm mwt ,hnv i. .ha l.am. Una fnm iaxnm
Chnrehcs, Halls or Dwellinxs, is at
. '.: 5os. 8 East. Foarth and 163 slain street, -
Cincinnati.
CAS
FIXTURES.
Gas Chandeliers, - :...
Usui femnts. ' '
- Bracket Lights, . - - ;
Jfortable Lights. .
S '. : - : ' . Ceiling and x
' - Window Reflector Lights,
t. tihades. Globes.
ttmoka BelU,
Or anythina in the Gas Fixnre line, ia at
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Ualraniied).
Vast-iron son ripe.-... -.? (
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,
. : : Malleable and Oast-iron Fittings.
: Steam Valves, Stop Cooks,
f ' tias. Serrice. aad .
' - , ,. Meter Ciek9.Aa-.AB..
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at
i Mean hk. i at vit.-o uepor.
Bos. 8 East Fourth and 182 Main street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Goods.
Cistern and Well Pomps,
. . Liftand Force famns. : s .
i . Beer Humps. Harden Pumps, Ao., 1
. j Bath Tabs. Closets.
i f . Vk ash-stands. Wash Trays,
! . - r . Bath Boilers. Sinks,
Ao., Ae. Everything in tbe above line, wholesale
or retail, at ISastoro prices, at
"T , . - ( flcHENKY A CO.'S Depot. f.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Seraw-enttina Machines. Stocks and Dies. Prills.
Reamers and Taps. Patent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
MntMr and Rinur Vl.era. - Gu , Fitters An
gers. Chisels. Ao,:. Ae.' kverrthing in tbe above
line alwais on hand and for taleat the manufaotur?
er a trade rates, at
Ha, g East Foairllv tc. 168 fflala Streets
, 0CTI-sep30-w3m . ; ' .; MiraijryATf.
TIMES FOR HOLDING COURTS
! ,V FOB THE YEABnaSi
Ia th FiAa
Judicial
Ohio. ,
District o
THE STATE OF OHIO. -
i. . Fbsbklw CorjKTr.i
T' T g. KREPAKD. Clt-.ttK Of TRb
X ' Court of Common Pleas, within and for said
eounty, do hereby certify that the following is truly
taken and copied from the Journal of said eourt,
to-wit: . -;. - . ;- .. . . ; ;
Terms stf Holdlnsr Crte' la the fifth
JaeltcisU District al Uats, fas- a. it.
1S6S- . . . - . . ' - ' - ' '
' It is hereby ordered that the District Courts, and
Courts of Common Pleas, for the year A. I). I860,
shall begin in tbe several counties of the Fifth Ju
dicial District of the State of Ohio, at the times fol
lowing, to-wit: - ' .
,i . , DISTJilCT COUMTB. :
Madison May 4th. . Highland Sept. 1st.
Franklin May 6th. Adams Sept. 6th. '
Pickaway May 10th. Brown Sept, Uh.
Fayette May 14th... - Clermont Sept. 12th.
Boss August Mth.
COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS.
Browo-.Febniery 8th. Jane 1st October 31st.
, Adams January 17th, May 18th, September 31st.
Highland January! lath. May 18th, Oetober 15th.
. Koes January atttn, j use ist, uctooer aist.
Fa stta Febraary S3d. June Kth.September 21st.
Madisoa February d. May 18th. October 18th.
Pink.w.T February 18th. June 1st. October 31t
; Franklin Maroh 8th, June 16th, Noyember ISth.
And it is inrtner oraerea tnatims order oe pub
lished for three weeks, in the manner prescribed by
In ' witness" whereo' wO nare hereunto set our
hands, this 16th day of September. A. D. 1888. , .
ALFRED S. DICI
T.Q. ASHBURN. Judges.,
Id witness whereof I hare hereunto set my hand
.,..' aad affiled the seal of said Ouit,thii S4th
toe 4
atl-d
J mo o a en. nw 9
Cleik of Franklin Common Pleas. '
dittw3w-a - 11 v;.
-r
DENTISTRY.
DB. D. McBRtAR.
Dentist, is making full
upper sets of the very best
Quality ef artificial Teeth
j-for SIS and SaO.-i For
4M..th.. n r. i I i t . .nil
beauty they cant be surpassed in the State. All
work warranted to giro perfeot, aatis.'artion or no
chart. . .... .... --iSiw -'
tomoa ana residence. No. 17 East Town street.
rvuii ana r ntn streets,
t.? I Columbus. Ohio. .
"J3Mdlw4w?s
(
v i t mrrrri
rDRYr-GOODS-r
(DRieGOODS:j
GRAND OPENING
- OF
f?
Fall and Winter Goods
-AT
J. i
cucnmsT, GRAY & CO.'S
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
rBE39S GOODS.
Mow opening, the mogtvaried and rlegant f took of
i'laia ana rancy Lre uoods, ever
, , . oiiered in thia market, . . a
SILKS
In all the new atylea and colorings. A magnifieent
m 'f, i .; i . aMortmeot. w i
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
" " " An elegant assortment.
FULL LISB
r, x., x a ,; j
FURNISHING GOODS.
Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid.
Also. Alexandre's.
OUK PKICES ABE.. UNIVERSALLY
r "LOW. ; - -
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
1 lios. !.. A t South High St.
' ootTtm . . .
NMHTOB'S
ST
N;E TV-
FALL AND WINTER
:ir'. ! ' ' ; . I .: -n'-. -.ij : 1. .-i
DRY GOODS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY'
U A UGH TON' SI
Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially inrited to
call and examine the
new sto c k:
DRESS GOODS. ....
FANCY GOODS..
SHAWLS. i...'.
DOMESTICS
BYERYTH1NG
aw e.CUEAP 1
........... CHEAP
......CHEAPI.
....CHEAP
:.cbjsapi
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 tc 123 bobUb. Bica Street,
BorlWly-aprlT J. J Xj C01UUBVS,'OSJO.'.
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON &, CO.,
j..: - .... .' :! !T-.T 1! ,-
BAN KERS , :
Corner Broad & High Sta.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febS-dly ' ' ' ' ' . " ' , ' '
r. HAYDBS, , JOS. HUTOHSSOW. W.B.HATIBK.
HAYDEN, HUTCBESON & CO.,
1 VIO. 13 S. HIGH STREET,
tan-dly-r '' Colnmbne, O.
. COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY, ;
Forwarding and Conimisbion
merchant, !
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
T . ..:, it Prices Paid at all times for
Oorn.W :
Barley, e c. etc.
. : : ,.H F F I C E l S.-.1 -
Near West Bad at Nai'l K ad BrldaeJ
i-.i -i : cOLVMiVB, OHIO. ' 1 " ' '
febU-deodly
BOOTS ; AND . SHOES.
T. B. SHSPABD. ' & BOBIOBB.
CHEAP BOOTS AND - SHOES.
! , NEW ,; fikm.:'.!-'m!!
.. i .s...r.i7tl ;
T1 S. 8HEPARH HAVING rOBlWED
a partnership with G. HORIGER. for the
purpose of earrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
NO. MS SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fine and
well selected stock of Lsdies. Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the beat, and whiob they axe now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
, CUSTOM MADE WOBK. y :
: Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respeotfully solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give as a call. So trouble to
show goods.
Remember the plaoe t No. 16S South High street.
. . 8HEPARD 4 HORIGER.
Columbus. 0., Sept. Is. 1868. dtf
MISCELLANEOUS. "
e'x-oihsts. ,
'''A .
TTN 1IEBVOOD St CO. ARE HOWPRE-
U pared to furnish from their extensive Nurse
ry, east of the County Fair Grounds between
Broad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna
mental Shrubs; Provence, Damask. Moss, China,
Bourbon and Tea Roses ; aew varieties of Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbenas, &o., do. The
eolleetioa will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Cut Flowers of great variety in season. . .
aprU-eod6m . , ; . i(.
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
Attorney at ILia,-vT-,'
PABS01TB BUILDnfO,
angM-eodSm
COS. TOWS BIBB 8TB.
j i EOR HALE.
mni POnPRRTY VflKMKItLiY UWJNKJJ KY
JL Rudolph Riokly, on the National road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting of a double briok bouse.
stable, slaughter house ana outDUiiaingg.ana one
acre and a half of ground.; Enquire of ; a '
I ...,...-.o ti.u ' 'sswsias,"
' oetT-eodlm
160 fcast Friend streets
'TOR BALE,
A'i PAIS OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS FIVE
aad six rears' old, very handsome, kind and
sound. Will be sold low. ..
Taaadtf 'h,6 ! RICHaBD KEVINS: '
TKlNTJLNd.'
TIIE LAROEST AND
a Ksvam PLETE
MOST r COM;
! a I
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT
IN . CENTKAL OHIO.
PROPKIETOK8.
Nos. 30, 38 & 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
The attention the Business Pnblio called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment. -We
have in constant use
Eleven Steam I Power? Presses
OF THB
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to gat out work promptly is , .
surpassed in the West. We have lately' I
Bade additions to our already
e-;--i-; -H ,--'.-'?
! LARGE TARIE1 Tx .-.
PR IN TIN Cr T YPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
i as a call. Our large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of
BOOK ? PRINTING !
In the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those- wanting anything
lathis inetothe
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we hare executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING!
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do. none but the
Best of Workmen.
"TH
And haying a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES,:. OF TYPE,
: Wa will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
Mercantile,
' Railroad,
' Bank and
Commercial
Printing,
j ? wan. as
Bill. Eeads, , . . Cards, , c ?
Circulars,' " " Letter Heads,
Blanks of an kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c, &c.
' JN-FACT. ?
EVERY KIAD OF JOB JRlSTMG
.,, . t- " -
i ) Beaded by the business publio.
Wo also keep on band a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ILL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the oily such as
I
: Saper Royal,
Uledlam,
CrotT Cap,
Dean
x'rr ai i
wXI
" !
Cap,
abetter and
Zl It
Note
iapers
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as wa
'; ' ' do, dirictly from the manufacturer, we are
1 ., enabled to do our work at eorrespond--33
ingly low rates. We ara Sola
Agents for the
;!!; ; ,., .. -
';. : CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PLATNER & POBTEB.
BLANK BOOKS.
Wo partioularly call attentioa to the Blank Books
1 manulactured by us. w are prepared to
i fill all orders for
n.v.) 1
Xiedeera, -
1 aToturxaavlsBta
U '..
0aats. i
tools, a
And all kinds of Blank Books now in nse. These
oo ks are all done in the beat style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we eha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US A C A Hi Hi .
!
NEVINS & MYERS,
i flt!
ni i
COLUMBUS.
.t'3 &
& 7:ja5.jii
1
tTrrrr-
ROSA D A L IS!
t
TXIE GREAT
t
AMERICAN
t
HEALTH
RESTORER!
The Best Blood PuriQcr ia the
World.
LAW RENCE'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT
-0F-
- rTROSADALI8!
A Safe aad Cerlala Care (aad the
. oaly one wet diacoTerea) for J2.
ScTofala. la Us Tarlsas Forms,
, ' SUCH A8 . '
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargemon
and Dloeration of th Olands. Joints,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
Chronio Rheumatism,
Eruptions of the
v - skin, Chronio j - r: -: -
Sore Ryes, . -, . .
ALSO-
li X
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Com-
r. plaint. Pain in the Back, imprudence in
. j .. .-Life, Gravel. - - -
GEHEBAL . . IIEAI.XII,
! : ' AND ALL DISEASES OF THE 7 V '
Blood, Llrcr, Kidneys 4c Bladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores the entire system to a
healthy condition.
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS. never pro
ducing tne siigntest injury. .. . t ;
THE ROSADALIS
la not a secret roedioine. ' The articles from which
it is made are published around each bottle, and it
. . i i i i . i. li j : i L i . .
where-er it ha been introduced. as a POSITIVE
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and Kidneys. - - v '
tW Used and Indorsed ly the
lendlntr Physicians) everywhere IS
Is kaowsa.
The following, among many hundreds of our best
citisens. testify to its wonderful efficacy: , .
CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS.
Baltimorb, Md.. March 4, 18SS.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's ROSADALIS to be
the Bs8T Altbbat.tb in Usb, and therefore
onoerfully recommend it as suoh.
7 r. ,vi , THOMAS J. BOY KIN. M. D,
! Baltimorb. February 10, 1868.Q
Dr. J.J. Lawbbnobu v -
Dbhb Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient
nrononnced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of your medioine. Tbe other a ease of
sorotula, of long standing, which ia rapid l rmprov-
ing under its use. and the indications are that the
patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam-
ined the formula by wbich your Rosedaiis is made,.,
(nd find it an excellent compound of alterative in-
Yours truly,
t , - K. W . CAKR. M 11
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac and take pleasure ia
recommending it to the profession and tbe publio.
. - w - A. D. MOORE, M. D.. "1
At. A, Dill u, Al. LI,.
i - : J. H. WINSTEAD. M.D.,
" i R. G. BAKHAM, M. D..
J ' i, , . - W. O.DUGGAN, M.D-
E.BARNKS. M. D
. R. W. KING, M. D.,
-, , . S. WOODRD, M. D.. -
; W. T. BKEWER.M. D..
.... . W.J. bullock!, m. d.
.T.nnn T. 1PS8. .....-...
I hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with th. ahove named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
community. ' m mr.a
.r- -s-1 i. j. uai IO,
Mayor of Wilson. N. C
January 11, 1888.
Boeadalla will Cure the Wars
Caaea of '' Scs-ofula Read the
Statement Below aad Despair
No. . : '' ": " "
! . Wilsob Cotjmtt. September 10, 188T.
TV. .T' J. f..wr.nM Dear Sir Mf vonnaest
daughter, aged five years, baa been dreadfully af
flicted with M-rofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much: in fact, most of them said there was no hope
of oure. During the last f pring she was worse than
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in this condition I was ad
vised by Dr. L. A. onto to try your Kosaaaus. i at
ones procured three coulee, ana oommencea giving
it toner. Tbe effect was magical In. less than a
tnonthito my great astonishment, she was entirely
nra. with much respect and gratitude.
,.n ! Iff Tt AbAilQl a
Kosadalla Cures all Sklu Diseases.
j! v.. 'V7ILB0Ktnicgeptemberl5,1887
Tr. T..itriDo: Dear Sir In 1803 mv son. now
aged live years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter; which completely destroyed his
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
.ml MTfcrnmelv troublesome feruDtion of the skin.
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ao. Rosadaliswas
ores ribed by my famiiy physiciun. Dr. A. D. Moore.
After taking it a tew wees
i my son became and re-
maias entirely well.
lours truly.
J. B.DANIEL,
Chronic Kitver Conaplaiat Cared.
Thin to certify that I was cured of Chronio Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my bed and house for along
time, and trying various medicines without benefit,
I know of several others in this eounty cured
through the use of Rosadalis. and it can be found in
n.rlv everv house in mv neiahborhood. and they
all praise it as a great meaioine .
Green County, August 14, 1867.
Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy In all
I Chronic flslseasesy
Fbox G. wiBioriiTjEsQ.., AttCrnrt' at Law,
rr ii,sufl. nusra VAauLiiHA..
I have been eared of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
Rosadalis. ' GEO. W. BLOUNT.
Rosadalla will Care the Terr
Worst Cases of Chroale ; -Rheumatisxn.
I ' : PoBTSMOCTH, VA.. February 35, 1868. '
Captain J.H. Baker I? -.. ..... ; a-ij ia.-
Dkar Sir- This is to certify that I have been
afflicted with Rheumatism for the last five or six
years, many-times nnaoie so move, i mea an med
oines recommended to me for the disease, without
MAnn. mmw K.rfit.. - Havinff heard Roaad.li.'
highly spoken of , 1 procured a bottle, and. finding
some relief, continued it- until 1 am happy to say
that 1 am completely well.
I not only eonsider the RosadaTis"a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to the
arnica" -jAidYs WEBB.
- WitaoH. January 7, 1888.
T berebv eertlfv that T have used Dr. LmiMt'i
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tonic with the most satisfac
tory results, and I therefore conscientiously recom-
mend it to the pu
duo aa a meaicine ot rare and gen
nine merit.
James w. davis
Sheriff of Wilson oounty.N.C.
Rosadalis. This medicine has met with an nn-
Kecedentea success in inisoommunity. tJapt. lie
s', the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply the
demand made f or.it; and that the medicire is effecti
ng some wonderful cures, and rivins areat satis
faction to all who have used it JbroittVaJ
Daily Journal, Hcnmobtt xa, 1887.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. I).,
Chemist. Baltimore, Md.. (late ol .o ilaon, S, C.)
3-Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all the large cities of the United States
and British America, and retailed by- druggists
every where.
All letters oi inquiry so. .promptly answered,
tddnu Dr. J.J. LAW REN CK A CO.. aola nm-
prietors and manufacturers, 444 BsitinHUa. street.
Baltimcre, Md
i.i .m:,v! iti '.l ni-.ifiieo t r
VVESTERNpEPOTij "ii
230 Vino St., Cincinnati, oi.
SVFor sale in Columbus by Brann. Brnek A Co.
Huston A Gardner, S( E. Samael A Co.. and
Jones A Son. " ' mayl-dwly Sr
ORTATIONjI
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
1 ' Fl-ve Iza.X3.as IjOavlly,
""'', EXCEPT SUNDAY.'
, From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tie
Kiitlle Miami dr. Columbus dc Xealai
; Railroads. : )
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A. H. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, Mew London, Welling
ton, Oraftoo and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
30 A.M., New York 7.-00 A.M. This train leaves
' Sunday morning, not Monday..
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5 .00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations.- This
train starts fro a tbe Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRK8S Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. 1 ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
loo. Creetltne. Shelby. New London. Wellington
Urafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3JX
Y. M., new York next day at 8:46 P. M.
.MAIL ANDEXFRKSS- Leaves Columbus atJri
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
i'w uunaon. r einnaton, irtaiton ana Berea. at
riveat Cleveland at 9:2.1 P. M.. New York 10-30 P M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL-
A W A KJfi Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivinc at Delaware at 4:10 P. M Springfield
f 30 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M., -arrives at Delaware at S:10 A. M.; Columbus
1056A.M. .. , , ... ., ; - . . . , ...
Pa teat Sleeping Cars are ran oa al
:.. HJlajbt Trains io Chicago,
Hew Vorlc aad -: a
. ... Boatoa. ... ..
aaT Baggage checked through to New Tork and
Boston, via Cleveland ; else. to. Philadelphia and
new ion, via vresumo.
. RETURNING t '
Nlaht Emress arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 12:10
r. a. -
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P. M.
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columhu
at 10:45 A. M. , . .. ...
Fare aa Low aa by aaT Other Route
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. '
- , B. S. FLINT. ': -.
. Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON,
' Agent. Columb s.Ohio.
Colnmbus. May 1L 1868. .
i
j
.
''
-gradients.
I
NEW YORK:.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
TOR, 'THE HAIR
Improved !
j It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. .
It causes the Hair to Carl beautifully. -.
, It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. :
. It invigorates the Roots of the Hair." ,!
, It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly,
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. ;. -! jy .J
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Ago.
It restores Grey Hair to iti Original Color. '
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
k ! i .-; .
. . f . . i . years. :
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
t. !.'! . ble substances. ' ?-'' B
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing,
; It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers In Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C, Wells A Co.;
Bchieffelin A Co., New York. scHirr-moha7-dly '
. A New Article of Food,
-; -. -.---i 1 tTratwlatton.1
It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more for Society than the
man who discovers a rlanet. 1 he , . . -.
I ;; CACIO I 91ACCAROM
er Italian nrenared Cheese Maocaronl.'is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piquant
eomestible (convenient lunoh) for tbe nse of Fam
ilies, Baohelora. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in beer b loons, tsar or bampie Kooms,
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit er Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches log lose "Duo Set
tint di pan condtntro.'l Especially is it adapted
lor tnose climates wnere tne article ot cneese can
not be kept in a sound oondition for any length of
time. .... -
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Stews and warmed upon a stove, after the can
nas been opened, it mates, witnout turuier prep
psration, a Dblicioub Wblsh Rabibit.
For Travelers and others, it ia far more seonom-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot-
lea ueats. . - - -
- The proprietors and Patentee eannot but ask for
it a trUI.
Send SS for simple dozen H lb Cans, and rich
ly sildbd show card, securely psoked, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
made to tbe trade.
N. B. TheCaaiodi Maeearoni is nut no in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at $8 per
ease, net cash. .
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
fruit stores.
Responsible aaents wanted everywhere.
All orders and communications should be ad
dressed to
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
98 Liberty Street, New York.
' NT-sp39-deod6mos i .
CLOTHING.
FALL AND : WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S :
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St.,
COLCMBUSiOlUO.
T HAVE JTJ8T RECEIVED THE
A largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
uoods ever Drought to tnis oity. oonsisung oi ;
French, .' : . ,"'
Eng-llalv rand '
. - - Domestic Cloths. " '
' ..Casaimeres Ace,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
-est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
sfookot ...
- READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER.
juaa-dly
fSO South High street;
PITTSBURGH.
Natrona Saleratus
A. WOBD,,vVITHTOU!
TtBMD N THE 8T4FF OF LIFE
' U your most important article of diet. Tbe health
ot your tamiiy largely aepenas upon its Doing
! LICHT AND WHOLESOME."
; -nrti. 'i ,t. - w-
:'-t; Would you have it sot Then use only 5i"
NATRONA -SALERATUS!
x , ; jay IT IS ABSOLUTELY PUReItES : ":"
Whiter than snow r makes Bread always light
. , white and beautiful. Take a pound heme
i . to your wife to-night. She will be
delighted with it,. x
t- i
Buyers of Soda should try orrr
':..,! :l : IJATROlNrA. ' :- :
BI-CARBOMTB OF SODA.
- H e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, bnt even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda.
- MANrPACTUBXD FT THB '
PENN'A SALT MANUPG CO.,
(
)
PITTSBURGH, PA.
VNT-aug 10-eodly-r '
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL.
r0 ' ! Fourth Street, near Nlaia,
v.-'- " "CINCINNATI, OHIO. :
ELNRY PcELLaS, iVAa -Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY l6
' eated and convenient -te buaineea. and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting tbe citt. io pains will
be spared to make the s$av Ot guests pleasant ia
every particular. mylS-d6m
Valuable Hotel Property lor Sale.
TinnTrsnKR!iicar,.n taig.l. DKI.r.lT
- 1 private sale that well known and popular tav.
em ttand. situated in the town of Ba tin oie, Fair
field eounty, Ohio, now of copied by Major W. J.
Creed. If not sold at private sale it will he offered
at public sale on October 15th, lt-68, on the prem
ises. 1 Terms easy.- For further particulars, apply,
to tbe present occupant, the undersigned, proprie
tor of the "Mithoff House,1' or Frank H. Carpenter
jo Lancaster, ODiq,
sepJ4-dtoctlS "
' 1 !J0HN tATJMIAK,
vINSPQATIOiy.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Rente Wee.t -i.
Change or Cart to Chlcasro, Pa.'
. :( oris aad Iadlanapelis.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Denot. Co
lumbus, as follows :
6.ir A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sandsys
0 excepted.) Arrives at Mil ford 8:00 A. M
Lrbana8:62 A. M.; Piqua 10:05 A. M.: Liuiamil
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.;" Detroit 6:10 P. M.
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo and
Detroit 3 faoura ahead of any other route.
lO.Irt p- M- DAY' EXPRE-J (Sundays ex
lL.LVJ eepted.) Arrives at Urbaoa S.-00 P. M.:
Fiona 25 P. M r Un,lfr.T. J.n.tina 5-IS P U I
Richmond 4:35 P.M.; ladiaaapolis 740 P. M Le
ganspqrt 9 AO P. M.; Peoria 625 A. M.; Galesburg
8H6 A. M.; Burtington. Iowa. 11KK A. M ; Louis
ville 130 A. M.; Terre Haute 11;M P. M.l Mattoon
135 A. M ; Cairo 4:40 P. M.; Pana S31 A. M- Al
on 7,,- , Louis 83M A. M.; Lafavette
110 P. M.; Springfield. Illinois. S10 A.M. Onin-
ey IS:4S P. M.; Koukuk 2:00 y. M. .. . -'
Passengers by this train reach St. Lonis the next
morninc 2 kouri ateeaa, and fur points west
of St. Louis ONE TRAIN IN ADVANCE of
all other routes.
K.OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
O.ZJ PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arrives at
Piqua8:48P. M.; Loginsport 3M A. M.: Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 1:05 A. M.: Terra Hanta
535 A. M.: Evaneville h-M P. M.j Mattooa H A.
M.: Pana 10-05 A. Al .: Alton 1:40 P. M - St. Ini.
J.-45 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.j Sprinafield. Ills.
KP. M.; Quincy 730 P. M.: Keokuk 8:45 P. M.
Jjouiiville 7:46 A. H.: Nashville SSO P.M ; Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 630 A. M.j Detroit 83S
A. M.- . i...i- .-ii;i -M.JJ
. it .-! .. ;- : NEW AND ELEGANT .-i
Sleeping Csa. x ai u.
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON, ILL.,
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE, f; ,
Arriving at St. Louis IO he-nra and Louisville
8 hears ahead of any other route.
1 A M- NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to la
J id. JfJ diauapolia, andrSundays excepted, to
Chicago.. Arrives at Logansport 836 A. M.; Peoria
6:J6 P.M.; Chicaao 1:00P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A.
M.; Terre Haute HI-JO A.M.; Evansviile 10-00 P. U.
Mattoon 1:10 P. M.j Cairo 4:15 A. M.: Pana 8:15 P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.r St. louis 8:10 P. U.; Lafay
ette 330 P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P. AL; NeehviUe
IMa. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. .
Passengers by this train reach St. Lonis yi and
Chicago 6 hears ahead of aay other - -
route.
State Boom "sleeping Can
:r T RUN IN THIS TRAIN-t ,. , ;r.
: FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS ,
WITHOUT CHANGE.. . : ,,
; v Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
W Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots', '
Columbus, and at all principal .Railroad , Ticket ,
F. CHANDLER'Genl Tieket Agent. : i
J. M. LUNT. General Snperintenden . -
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
.t;: -v :.j -tVjiii ; ss.'.il
RAILROAD.
Three Tralas rLeaweCelaatbaa (TTn .' n.
Asepot), Atailr (Sunday a Excepted
- . . i. I . f I . .1 t e aJ i
''no A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin 1 "!
Zanesville at 430 A. M.; Bellair at 800 Ai M.
Baltimore at 430 A. M.LWaahington City at SM
A al. . .
;-.. :?- ..'! r. ,--!: ?4 I
lt:iO A.M. LIGHTING EXPRESB A rrirlmf
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. M Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8.20 A. M.; Washington City at - '
.- - ' ...-...--.-: -
etOO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 80 P. M.: Baltimore
at45P. M.; Washington City at 5A5 P.M. .
3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore, and
Washington. , . . ' . , . . " ' . . ,
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New-York.
:
. Passenger! holding through' tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of v.n .kT
' ' : . i - : -' ! -ir.iiil t.i ;.)-
Tisiling Washington ; City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
' -.-r . !-! t.,-f: ,r; ;(i!i.- U-.-b
vi . l: 1 to ,:it!r 1;,
Aslc For XICKETS rla BELLAIB. '
, - JNO L.WTLSOW. Master efTrmsporbrtioa,''
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Act.
may!8 - --i-p
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN
1 1
RAILROADS
. , .1 : .. - . i -r:i !-. : r ' k
On an after MONDAY. May 11th. 1868. F0U
.. TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Columbus
for cikcotiati, louisyuxe, caeso, si. 1)
J.UU1B, DAXlifTl, 1UUUMOH1J, ISI-,
DIAHAP0LI8 a CHICAGO. v '
Withou (change of cars to DAYTON and RICH,
M0ND, and only one change of cars to 1N-
AUAAAruAiiB ana uniuAuv,.
' ; Connections are reliable aa follows " '
J - i !"-: '- FIRST TRAIN" f bail vl' " iVS'
Leaves at ISO A. M. for Cincinnati. Circleville .
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill ioothe; stops at Lob-i J
don, Xenia. Morrow, and Loveland. arriving a i
; Cincinnati at 60 a. m. -. 5 ----it ' T
, . " . SECOND TRAIN .-r , v.
- (Daily except SundaysJ 'S ;--.).')!,.
Leaves at fiO0 A. M. , for Cincinnati. Daytoa 1,-.,
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma, u
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow. , .
South Lebanon, Fosters. Lovelanrt. Milford, ar.
riving at Cincinnati at 1036 A. M., oonneoting
with the Mail Boats. ' ,
I l.IlilV3 - ' ' ' ! -".'
(7hS,:- THIRD . TRAIN . iH
.T i .. . .... Daily axoept SundayO .j .. -r.r-t
leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aad
'Springfield, via Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati a
saor.M... , , .,M, vi iS i(;1.,K
I t C-.-j : 'PTOTH TRAIN.W .., 3w., .,.
it: 1 ... (Daily axoept Sundays.) - r, . ,-
I leaves at 5:15 P. M . for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
1 Jefferson, London. South: Charleston. Selraa.'V'vA
, Ceoarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar .
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 1 . M.
7 t. -we,! .1' . " i.-Jf:-.''il ' - . iT"
i- :,' f ; a, f 'I. T 'l-MM'i '-' ' -' ' '
Sleep laa Cars oa all Nlg-nt Tralas. -
' ; HENRY BROOK8. Tieket Agent.
. ;T JNO. W- UOHERTY. Agent. ,
johnduband 1 luvi
W.L. 0?&C!BB
. Goal Tieket AatJ ' i !: ' ' may 1
1T
-i-fii
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
) - 1 .(
. ,t.
un and alter June 39th. If, trains will rnaaa...
follows: ......
Leave. N. Y. Express.
Columbus... ...3:00 A. M.
Newark ,.3:26 A. M.
Steuhrville...s.-0 A.M.
Arrive at u .-;
3:16 P.M. 110 A.m!"II
SS0 P. M. . 13:35 P. M. . ,
:40P.M." ' 5:15P.M.-'
19.IM U ' nen r
Pittsburgh ....11 10 A. M.
Harrisburg.v.a SB P. M.OilSO P. M.: SKJS A.M b-.U
Philadelphia.. 1S A.M. 40 P.M.,. 2SA.M ....
New York.... 6;00A. M.1 6S5P.M.'' 11:50 A. M.
Baltimore..,.. S A. M. ,1 60 P. M.:((J30 P. MiJil
SH0 A.M. 9:50 P. M. 46 P. M.
Boston. ......I 60P.M.r1i....,.!rlK)P.,M,'!'
. E'egantita'eroomsleepingearsonallnighttrains.
' On he Fast Line tbe celebrated "Silver Pal.n.'
day and night ears are run through from CoTumbas i
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
' S3. Passengers by tbeSHiO A. M. 'SundaytraiB'
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