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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Bhowing the arrival and deoartnreof trains at Oft.
imbu, Ohio. Ob ami after Monday. May 2
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Clereland. Colambm Cln'tl K. R.
K.T. A Western Kxvrees-.. '1:10 A. H. Ima.H
Maw .ark fixpresa.... . uA. m. l.:io r M
Mail and ipnn P. M.. 9:10 P. M
Delaware Accommodation... 3:05 P. M. 10:2s A. M,
Ho. 1 Aeeonunodation . A. M. 6 J5 P. 11,
Tail train leaves Sunday morning not Monday,
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(Jttle FtiajaU At Col m mb made Ken 1. B.U.
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KightExptess.. ISO A.M.- 1S:55 A.M
Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. - 9:36 P. M.
Express, ............12:95 P.M. 11:00 A. M,
Express . ... 6:16 P. M. 15 p. M
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Hisht Express.:.......1... -:10 A. M. 11:25 P. M.
Lightning Express. 11:10 A.M. 4:45 P. M
Kxpresa Maif.-... :O0PM. 110 A..M.
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Aosomtncxiatiaa..'....... 9 A. M. 1:50 P. M.
Western Express...... S30 P. M. VM P. M.
Day Express 12:10 P. M. 11 K A. M.
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Sawdasky-, Slansfleld Newark U.K.
Trains leave Newark and arrive ai follow
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Fr"irtt-.".w-.'-i..w.. ...... I 00 A.M. 0 25 P.M.
Mail and Express... ........i.10.20 A.M. 8.26 P.M.
Mansfield Express ....3.45 P.M. 9.45 A.M.
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New York Express.-."". xKJO A. M. '..11:15 P. M.
lightning Express. ...11:30 A. M. ' 6:00 P. M.
liail and Express-.. 3:15 P.M. J 11:65 A. M.
Denniaon Aeeommodation 5:00 A is. estop. M,
New York Express run daily. All other traina
ran daily, except Sunday.
Dennises Accommodation starts from freight
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CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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lantern Thvongb MaDa, A. M. r x. A.M. t.m
ria SteubenTiUe . and '
Pitfabnrgh.... H30 1S30 10.-00 HM
Easter Way Mails, C.C. '
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C. C. C. A C. B. B. ' .... Sao .... 1M
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Little Miami B.R.. Thro' J
xiittle Miami K. K.. w ay.
C. O. K. B. Newark.
Zaneaville & Wheeling.
C O. Way
C- V. A 1., Jhrougn and
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aet ay,National Road.
Mt. Vernon Way, Weeter-
N orth Columbas and Clin-
W ashington C.H.,TiaHar
riabnrg. - tri-weeklyji
arrives Mondays Wed
nesdays, A Fridays, and
leaves Tuesdays, Tnnra
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ly Toesdays, Thursday sS 11a. .......
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Orrioa Hours. Office opens at TK o'oloek A.M..
and closes at 74 P.M. Sundays, opens at8 A. M
and close at X A.M.
at P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Glorious News-General Morgan
We have th prond satisfaction this week
of announcing the triumphant election of
General G. W. Morgan, the Democratic
candidate for Congress, over Cbas. Cooper,
the Mongrel and bogus workinp men's can
didate, by a majority of over 1,600.
Considering tbe extraordinary- efforts
that were used by the Mongrels to elect
Cooper, their lavish expenditure ot money,
and countless lrauds, it is a wonder that
they did not make greater inroads upon
the Democracy. They confidently calcu
lated upon reducing General Morgan's ma
jority to 600 or-800, and freely bet their
money that bis mafority would not exceed
the latter figures in the district. They
either deceived themselves, or were prac
tising a game of brag, in hope ot raising
the drooping spirits of their friends. The
Democrats took all the bets that were of
fered, and won, in every instance...
This election is not simply a defeat of
Charh s Cooper; but it is a stinging rebuke
of that knavish politician, Columbus Dela
no, who, by the aid of an infamous gang
of "political blacklegs, cheated General
Morgan out of bis seat in Congress. Delano
has been repudiated and disgraced, and
while he may have added a lew thousand
dollars to his ill-gotten wealth, by putting
General Morgan's salary in his pocket, he
"cannot look an honest man in the face,"
nor will his conscience ever be tree from
those pangs ot guilt and remorse that ever
follow great criminals in their downward
road to perdition. - ' - -
The people have nobly sustained and vin
dicated General Morgan, and have placed
tbe seal of condemnation upon the iJis
unioB Bump Congress at Washington. It
is truly a great victory ! Mount Vernon
The Democratic Meeting.
The meetidg of the Democracy on the 8th ,
was, all-things considered, a grand success.
The rain of the previous evening brought
with it a cold, cloudy morning, and during .
the day some little snow fell. But, not
withstanding the unfavorable weather, the
turn out ;was good, and tbe stout-hearted
Democracy marshaledin strong force. The
procession . was composed of nearly three .
bund red horsemen from the different town-'
ships, and a number ot wagons, decorated
with the stars and stripes. The crowd was
fully as large as the Eadlcal meeting of
Saturday, although the latter bad by far
the most pleasant day. .The meeting was.
addressea- by E. B. Eshelman, of the
Ohio Statesman, in an able and lengthy
effort, holding the crowd. in the, chill
air for over two hours. ' Owing to a'
failure to connect at Clyde, Judge Banney
was-unable to be on hand at the day meet-"
ing. . But be addressed one of the largest
meetings at the court house in the evening
we have ever seen, and spoke for nearly
three hours, in one of the most powerful
and convincing speeches, we have ever lis
tened to. ,
The meetings of the day and evening were .
quiet and orderly, and we believe no dis
turbance occurred during that time. Tbe
people appeared to be deeply interested in
all that was said, and appeared determined
to do all. in. their power to bring about a
change and have relief from Badical rule.
We feel proud of the turn-out of the Democracy
on Tb nrsday. Seneca AdvertUer
Little Wyandott O. K.—Grand
Notwithstanding the secret organization
of the Badlcals, the money furnished them
by tbe Bondholders and National Bankers,
who bold $800,000 of the property of this
county, exempt from taxation, we met the
enemy and routed him, "horse, foot and
Little Wyandot has covered itself all over
with glory.-and shows the healthy and tub
gtantial majority of FIVE HUNDBED
AND TWENTY-EIGHT only a few votes
less than it gave last fall, under a thorough
organization, and the negro question pre
sented to tbe people in square terms.
The Radicals bad a thorough organiza
tion. By secret circulars from tbe Bond
holder's State Executive Committe, which
have since come to light, every man in the
interest ot Radicalism was importuned to
act,' and money furnished him to act with.
It was life or death with the Bondocrats
and National Bankers, and they cou.d easi
ly afford to scatter their "blackbacks."
With these facts before us, every Democrat
in glorious little Wyandot has reason to
Now, let us strike for the great battle in
November. Tbe result of the late elections
inspires hope. With all the money thrown
into the field, the Bondholder's party has
barely escaped with its life. Let ns rally
our forces to the last man, and move on to
With every Democrat at tbe polls, on the
3d day ot November next, Wyandot will
give 800 majority. Let it be done. Wyan
anCot Union. , . , ,
The Victory in Licking County.
The result in old Licking on Tuesday,
has covered tbe Republican managers with
confusion and dismay. Tbey had counted
with confidence on reducing the Demo
cratic majority to 800, and were not with
out hope that it would be brought down to
600. Instead ot this they find that tbe
Democratic majority exceeds 1,100, and
that the number of Democratic votes
polled in the eonnty, is nearly ONE HUN
DRED GREATER, than at aoy former
election'. Notwithstanding the tremen
dous efforts of the Republicans, they have
terribly walloped Newark Advocate.
The Victory in Licking County. State Elections !
. The result of the elections in Ohio. Penn
sylvania and Iudiana are not fully known
at tne time we go to press but the indica
tions are that thn bondholders and office
holders have defeated the people In all
three ot these State. Tbe majority in each
is very small. i We. think neither of them
will reach ten thousand. The Democrats.
have made important and highly gratify'
ing gains in the election of members of
Conjrress in all three of the States that
voted on Tuesday.
Whatever the result of these prellmlna
ry skirmishes may be, we must all keep
dealing vigorous blows against the enemy
until tne closing or the great contest on
two weeks from next ' Tuesday. If we
have been unsuccessful in the State con
tests it does not follow that we will be in
the great presidential contest, when the
States all voteon one day. Then the Radl
cala, with tbelr immense corruption fund.
cannot snip voters from one State to anoth
er or to use a more familiar term, colonize
voters to defeat the will of the people at
the ballot-box. In addition to this, the
Hebrew vote, numbering many thousand.
wnicn nag oeen neia in reserve at tne re
cent - election will be cast solid . for the
Democratic candidates, i
Pick vour flints, bovs. and go for them
The right must triumph sooner or later.
aotmet vo .Jrarmtr. .
Our Colored Troops Fought Nobly.
At tbe election on Tuesday thirty-seven
niggers voted at saiem. borne oi them
were residents of the town, and some bad
never been seen there before. The blacker
tbey were the better their votes went In
As the decision of the supreme court which
allows them the ballot requires a prepon
derance of white blood, the coal black chaps
swear that their parents were light colorei',
but the present individual was bred back
and took after bis grandfather in Africa,
who eat his uncle for dinner when be was
only three weeks old. And it is now es
tablished that the blacker the skin, the
more white blood there Is in tbe nigger. If
it should turn out that the parents were
Dotn Di&CK and tne voter correspondingly
so, be swears that a white man scared or
chased or canght his mother and his claim
is at once established. Ohio Patriot.
From everywhere tbe news comes in
showing great Republican gains. But when
we look at tne vote, we nnd tne Democratic
vote as heavy as last fall, and the increase
is in tbe Republican vote.
in almost every township in Jackson
county the Democratic vote was about the
same as last year, yet tbe Radical majority
is two hundred and forty. , was there so
many Republicans last fall in tbe county
who did not come to the election? Or is the
increase owing to "Pike county carpet-bag'
gers." Thousands of dollars have been
expended, compulsion has been used by
Furnace owners, false swearing has been
done, and all manner of lies circulated, both
printed and verbal, to carry the county,
and the result shows that "strategy" will
prevail. Midnight work will beat open day
laoor. Jacxton JUerald. , , . .
Democracy of Tuscarawas.
Dfmocrats of Tuscarawas: Tou bave
achieved a glorious victory. A victory
more glorious and decisive in this, that i
was achieved in opposition to the corrupt
Ing power of money freely scattered
through the county and district Be not
dismayed. - Keep your ranks closed, and
prepare tor the great contest in November.
That contest is to decide whether we are to
have an honest patriotic statesman in the
Presidential chair, or a mere military dic
tator to preside over the destinies ot thirty
millions oi ireemen. unto Democrat.
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Dining Room Suits.
Wain at. Chestnut and Oak Ex
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Mnlnff Cta irs Cane-seat and
Wood; Oak and Chestnut Side
boards, i . .
Hair-cloth, Green Reps and
Damask 'lounges; Secretaries;
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Husk, Cotton, Hair and Spring
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Patent Spring; Red Bottoms.
We have tbe above articles of tbe latest t.vl
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OHIO FURNITURE CO.
J. N. BRITTINGHAM. Snpt.
B. H. Hows. Tress,
ootas-wlr-r " . . -"
Merchants', . Bank.
XJOXICE IS HLREBrGIVEV T6 THE
- holders of the outstanding notes ot the Mcr-
ohsnte1 Bank of Massillon. and all others innnmfwl
that in pursuanee to the provisions of tbe 4l?t sec
tion of the charter of said Bank, that application
will be made to tbe Auditor, Treasurer and Secre
tary of State to surrender tbe Bonds deposited to
secure tne circulation oi saia Bans: alter tne expi
ration of six months from this date.
S. HUNT. Cashier.
Massillon, May 28, 1868. u5-w8m
John Wittman, plaintiff, State of Ohio. Frank'
affainst lin Annntv l!Aart.nf
Henry Maurer. defendant.) (Jommon fleas.
'pE SAID HEURT iTIAUHKK, DE
-a. tenoaat. will tafce notice that on the 1st day
of October, A. D. 1863, the said plaintiff. Joseph
Wittman, filed his petition in the Court of Com
mon Fleas in and for the eounty of Franklin and
Htate of Ohio, to record from the said defendant
tbe sum of One Thousand dollars, with interest
liom tnexd day or September, A. D. 1868, on bis
oertain tromi:SOTT note due noon said riav and
unpaid, and praying for a jtidg nent for said amount
witn interest as aiereaaid, and that the said
plaintiff has caused an attachment to he levied, in
said cause, upon the following described property
belonging to said defendant, to-wib Lots num
bered 1 1. 13, 13, 14, 15, 18, 17. IS. 10, SO, , 89. 80, 81.
33, 33, 34, 35, 36. 87, 38, 40, 41 , 49, 43. 44. 4S. 44. 47, 48'
49, 50, 61, 68, 63, 64. 65, 68. 57, 6a. 5 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to tbe city of Columbus, in said
eounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, as marked
on the plat of said addition recorded in the office of
me Htcoraer oi rranaiineountT,
The said defendant is required to answer by the
lira naiura&y alter tne Jstn anr ot novemh
A. D. 18SS. JOSEPH WITTMAN
By Drsskl A Mayo, his att'ys.
' WasTtRH Reserve Bane, I
' Wakbem, Ohio, August l. I88-1.
VrOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
il holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Western Reserve Bans, and t all other parties in
terested, that after the expiration of six months
from this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der to said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) section of an act entit ed
"An act t" incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies," passed February
H. B. PERKINS. President
M. B. Tatter. Cashier.
August 19, lf8. auE28-w6ra
Farmers and Farmers' Sons
Wanted to engage in a business, during the Fal
and W inter, paying from C1S0 to t'-OO per monthl
ZEIGLER. McCURDY A CO.,
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PASSAGE XO AND FHOJI GKEAI
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
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SUOTT BROS. A CO.. 86 South street. New
York, eontinne to issue Passage Tiskets, available
for twelve months, from London, .Liverpool, ot
Oueenstown.and Drafts, payable on demand, fo
any amount, lrom i and upwards.
fva.iu.Di x a'iiLf aim a kit., Ageuis.
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DANIEL C. FREEMAN AGAINST THOMAS
V. Welsh, defendant. Before Wm. Walker,
J. P. of Pleasant township, franklin oonntv.Ohio
On the 23d day of September, A. D. 1868, said
J ustice issued an order of attachment in the above
action for the sum of one hundred and seventeen
dollars. . .
Uaorgesville, Septemoer jsa, irvo.
oet8-w3w , L. U. FREEMAN.
HO IHD 8CBUUA1 XAini
MrCKTIN(;S The Hoard of School
Examinersof Franklin minntv maat at tha Probata
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturday 0
each month in the year. Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday ot the spring and fall months.
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SHERIFF'S OFFICE. I
Colcmbus, O . Oct. IS, 1863.)
I. GEORGE H. EARHART. Sheriff' of Franklin
County. 8tateof Ohio, do hereby notify tbe uuali-
fied Electors of the County of Franklin and State of
Unio. to assemble 10 tneir respective lownsnips and
w eras, at tne usual places oi noiaiog eieotions, on
Tuesday (Reins tbe 3d Dnv of No-
vemDer), A. gy. as,
And then and there proceed, as the law directs. ta
eleot Twenty-one Electors of President and Vio
President ot the United States, in pursuance of th
Constitution of the United States and of tbi
In testimony wnereot, 1 nave hereunto set my
hand and seal, this. Fifteenth day of Oc
tober, in the year of our Lord one thousand
SEALj eiiiht hundred and sixty-eight, and in the
JMnely-tmru yearoi tne inaepenuenoe oi
tne united stales oi America,
GKORGE H. EARHART,
Sheriff of Franklin County, O,
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. Attorney at Iaw.
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Wiibok Couktt, September 10, 1887,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with rrrofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicixns, but without relieving her
much; in faot, most of them said there was no nope
of cure. JJuring tbe iastFpringne was worse tnan
a..a. 1.A lml w anil linnKo nslnv ni.cra.l vittk on aa
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in this condition I was ad
vised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis. I at
onoe procured three bottles, and commeooed giving
it toner. The effect was uagical. In less than a
nOTith. to my great astonishment, she was entirely
" urs, with much Tospect and gratitude,
.. w.w. Burnett.
Rosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
WlLSOK. N. C. September 15, 1867,
Dr. Lawrence: Dear Sir In 1863 mv son. now
aged five years, was vacoinated with wbat proved to
be impure matter, wnicn completely aestroyed nis
health. He has been affiicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physician. Dr. A, D. Moore.
Alter taKing it a tew weens my son oecame ana re
mains entirely well.
Y ours truly, . J. B. DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
' This is to certifv that I was cured of Chronio Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's KoFadal is, after
having been confined to my bed and house for a long
time, ana trying various moaicioes wimuot Deoem.
I know of several others in this eounty curod
through the use of Rosadalis. and it can be found in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all (raise it as a great meaioine .
. - . THOMAS THORN,
Green County, August 14, 1867. .
Rosadalis Is n Potent Remedy iu all
Fkom G. W. Biocnt. Esq., Attobkit at Law
Wilson. Nobth Cajiolin a.
I have been eured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of fn years' standing, by
Hosadaiis. yjcv. w . rsiAiun i.
Rosadalis -will Cure the Tery
Worst Cases ot Chronic
Portsmouth, Va February 35, 1868.
Captain J. H. Baker:
Dear Sib- This is to certify that I have been
afflicted witb Rheumatism icr tbe last five or six
years, many times unable to move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis''
highly spoken of, I procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, oontinued it until I am happy to say
that I am completely wen.
I nnt nnlv aniri-r the Kosada is1 a sovereign
romedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and 1 eheertuliy recommend it to tne
'afflicted." Xours.very truly. .
Wilson. January 7, 1868.
T herebv certify that I hava nsed Dr. Lawrence's
iustlv celebrated Ro&adalis in mv familvas a son.
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the most satisfac
tory results, ana t cnereiore conscientiously recom
mend it to the publio as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. . James w. davis.
bhena of Wilson county. N.C,
RoflADALIB. This medicine hmn met with an un.
precedented sucoess in this community Cant. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in-
fnrms USthat It is next to ilnnnaaihle tn Biinnlv tne
demand made for it; and that tbe medioine is effecti
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who bare used it Horulk ( Va.)
Daily Journal, Ifovembar 29, 1867.
Preoared only by J. J. LAWRFNPK M 11
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of rt ilson. N, C.)
Price (1 50 per bottle.
JWSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
l)rn"L'.3t3 in all the large cities of the United States
and British America, and retailed by druggists
All letters ofinqmry As., promptly answered.
Address Dr. J.J. LAWRENCE A CO.. sole pro-
Erietors and manufacturers, 2H Baltimore street,
IJZl. W. A. STJOGrAIO-,
230 VlnJ St., Cincinnati,, O.
A3 For sale in Columbus by Braun, Brock A Co.
Huston A Gardner, S; . Samuel A Co., and R
Jones A Son.. mayU-dAwly
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Five Ix,ixx.ai "Davlly,"
-t: !): i ' KXCEPT SUNDAY. ;
. From Columbus, in connection with Trains en the
Little Miami Si Columbus St Xenla
'.' NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at 1-1
Ai M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
WW., vmiiiu,, uumuj, i, i; jjuuuuu, IT UlllUg-
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
Silo A.M., New York 7.-00 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.
- NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at SKW A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thi
train starts from tbe Freight Yard.
; NEW YORK EXPRKSS-Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. t ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gai
ion, Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
P. M..New York next day at 3:45 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus atld
P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at9:25 P. M New York 1030 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3.-06 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
f:50 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. VI.: Columbus
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on nj
Night Trains to Chicago, -New
York and ..i -
f Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; else, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
RETURNING! . .
.Night Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:16
P. M. ...
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 0:10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Colutnbn
at 10:25 A. M.
Fare aa Lew as by any Other Route
' Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
-' Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.''
. JAMES PATTERSON.
Agent, Columb S.Ohio. .
Columbus. May 11. 1868.
FOR THE HAIR,
r - Improved !
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl 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 steps Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to i to Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
' . years. . f.
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
' ble substanoes.
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.
Schieffelin A Co.. New York. sCHNT-mohS7-dly
A New Article of Food,
It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does mure for Society than the
man who discovers a flanet." ine
CACIO II BIACCAKOSI .
or Italian nrenared Cheese Maocaroni. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piqaant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), travelers,
and for use in Beer s loons, Bar or sample rtooms,
It is eaten nn lti-end. Kisenit or Toast.
It is suitablefnr Sandwiches Inglese "Due fet
Une di pant eondmtro.'l Especially is it adapted
for those climates where the article ot cheese can
not be kept in a sound eondition for any length of
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Steits-and warmed upon a stove, after the can
has been opened, it makes, without further prep
paration, a Delicious W blsii Rarebit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a trial.
Send 85 for SAMPLE DOZKN lb Cans, and RICH
LY oilded show card, securely peeked, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
made to the trade.
N. B. The Caoiodi Maccaroni is put up in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dosen at ta per
case, net cash.
For sale by all rcspeo table Grocers and at the
Fruit Stores. .-. -
Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
All orders and communications should be ad
dressed to .
THE LIVINGSTON CACIW UUSU'AWI,
98 Liberty Street, New York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
T HAVE JTUSX RECEIVED THE
A largest and finest stock , of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to tins city, consisting 01
. . English and
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low,
uit lluuti nrice-.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
ju!2-dly ' 20 South Hiah street.
A. WOItT WITH YOTJ!
TiRFin n THE STAFF OF LIFE
Jj your most important article of diet. The health
ot your xamiiy, largely aepenos uponiie uvuib . .
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
. ' Would yon have it so T Then use only
A3-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE,-
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
. white and beautiful. Take a pound home
to your wife to-night. She will be
. delighted ith it.
Buyers of Soda should try our
BI-IMBOMTl OF SODA,
VV e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best Aew
Castle or English Soda.
MABUPAOT0RID BY THH
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T 8. HEPARD. O. HORIGBK.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
TS. SHEPARD HAVING FORJIED
a partnership with G. H0K1GER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
I0. 163 SOUTH HIGH STHEEr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
publio goi erally to call and examine tbelr fine and
well selected stock of Lsdies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms In onr man
ufacturing deparment special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WOBK. .
Repairing of all kinds neatly -and promptly done.
We would respectfully solioit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street.
SHEPARD A H01UGER.
Columbus. O., Sept. 1J, 1868. dtf
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Rente West ftey
Change or Cars to Chicago, Pe-
oria and Indlauaanolis.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave UnWbepot ' Co
lumbus, as follows :
A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS' (Sundays
Utiu excepted.) Arrives at Milford 8 A M
Lrbana 8;5t A. st.r Piqua 10:06 A. M ; Lima ''.
P. M.- Toledo 35 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. M. -
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo aid
Detroit a hours aheadof any other rout
19 1ft p- u- DAT EXPRE-iS (Sundays ex-t-LV
eepted.) Arrives at Urbana 1.-00 p. M.i
Piqua SiP. M.; Bradford Junction S:1S P. u7
Riohmond 435 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.; Lol
5--j-ji m r. ai.; reor.a 635 A. M.; Galesburg
ill. in i' u010 lowt- UM A. M i, Louis-
tnn 7ilft i M . J: , " -i raua 3l A. HI.; Al-
I., Ki Jt,:,?I,r!nfi,el( lnois, 6:20 A. M.: Quin
ey 12:45 P M.j Keokuk 2:00 P. M , ' .
PtMHnnrt hv tki. tn,;. , . . . ...'''
of St. Un DNK 1'Uiih' iSr Vf.-PV'P.W JM5
all othw routes. " " . , " f ? ; f
t.a-W PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arri-a...
Piqua88P. M.; Loginsport S:05 A. M.; Chicago
8:16 A. M Tnrii.n.iuilia 3 -Oft A U . T L .,r77
5d5 A. M.: EvansviUe 6:88 P. M.: Mattoon 838 A.
M.; Pana 105 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M.; St. Louis
245 P. M l..f..lt- 7-1S . U . a2a.rjr!S.
J.-OS P. M.: Quincy 70 P. M."; Keokuk 8.46 K M .
Louisville 7:45 A. H.: Nashville 50 P.M ; Mem
phi89:15 A. M.; Toledo 6 JO A. IL; Detroit
- .' . NEW AND ELEGANT - 3
S 1 e e j i n g O a, r m (
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAnO AMIV..1
ON ST. LOUIS ROOTB TOMATTOOW. ILL-
: 317 MILES. WITHOUT l!H A KOR '
Arriving at St. Louis IO hours and Louisville-
o " - - uc uui any otner route.
1 9'fif. A-JM- NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In-!
XidmXJU dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
ChlnaffO- Arrivaa a. l.n.M-.o.aE u . v : -
6:26 P.M.: ChicaSO 10 P. M - Indien.neli7,ll A
M.; Terre Haute 10:50 A. It.; EvansviUe 100 P. M. t
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Csiro 4:15 A. M.; Pana 3:15 P.,
ette i-30 P. M - L'niavilUA aa'p. M iV..k-;iT.
40 A. M Memnhis 3:15 P. M. . .. .. -
Passengers by this train reaeh St. Louis X and
vuiuogu o a. w mx . nuuaa oi any other
... - - route. . .. . v i ...... ;
State Room -sleeping? Cars
' BUfl IU THIS TRAIN ' i
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS L'
. WITHOUT CHANGE, yv. j
A9 Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
- " - v u.u Mu j i4iu avimta.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Ofiiees. . ,
F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.. ,
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Traina Leave Columbui (Cn"
Depot), Daily (Sundays kxcepteel -,
ttlO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin '
ZanesvUle at 4:30 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M. ui
Baltimore at 430 A. M.; W aahington City at 5;15 .
A. M. ..I
IKIO A.M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. Jf : Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8 20 A. M.; Washington City at
A- AU ; . ! . . c. ,)
S:0O P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes- '1
ville at 4;45 P. M.: Bellaire at 850 P. M.; Baltimore
at 4 .-45 P. M.; Washington City at 55 P. M. .
ta. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours '
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and '
Washington. - -..,
Close eonnectiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York,
Passengeri holding through tickets to altera , ;
cities have the privilege of : . , , .
Visiting Washington City Free, !
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Ask For TICKETS wla BEEXJIIB.
JNO L. WILSON. Master ef Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Tioket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Agt.
may! 8 -
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, W68, ' FOD
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO. 6T.
LOtHB, DAYTON, RICHMOND. U
DIANAPOLIS A CHICAGO.
Without change of cars to DAYTON and RICH i
MOND, and only one change of ears to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. -
Connections are reliable as follows
FIRST TRAIN (Daily).
Leaves at 10 A. M. for Cincinnati, Cireleville .
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe: stops at Lob- ,
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland. arriving at :
- Cincinnati at 60 a. m.
(Daily except Sundays.) .
Leaves at 5 WO A. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton r
Riohmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters, Loveland Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. JI-j connecting
with the Mail Boats. ...,.'.
' , ' THIRD TRAIN. ' v , . V..
i (Daily except Sundays.) .-.-,
Leaves at 13:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
. Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at -6:10
P. M. ... j-,..,- : ,. : .. ; ;. ...
FOURTH TRAIN. '
' (Daily except Sundays.) -
1 leaves at -5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton an
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton, West'
Jefferson, .London,- South Charleston, Selaia, .
Ceoarville, Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar- .
riving at Cincinnati at 100 1 . M,
Sl.eeplnr Can n all Ki&rbt Trstlna,
HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHEKT Y. Agent.
nr X nm I. , i.-vr
Genl Ticket Ag'kJ .
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
FANHA11DLE ROUTE. . i
on ana alter June 29th. 1?6. trains will ran a t
Leave. N. Y. Express. . Mail . Fast Line.
Columbus !0A.M. 5:15P.M.' 11S0A.M '
Newark 3:25 A. M. ; 3:50 P. M. ; 1S:35 P.M. '
Steutenville- .8;00 A. M. SO P, M. . 5:15 P. U,
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 150 M. ; 75 P.M.
Harrisburg.... 9:20 P. M. 12:20 P. M. 510 A. H,
Philadelphia.. 15 A. M. 40 P.M. ' S5A. Mi
New York.... 6:00 A. M. Bii5P. M. 11:50 A. M,
Baltimore 8:45 A. M. 6:20 P. M. 12:30 P. M.
Washington... 0:40 A. M. 9.50 P. M. 4:66 P.M.
BoBton 6:00 P. M. 12:00 P. M.
E'egant state room sleeping cars on all night trains,
On the Fast Line the celebrated "Silver Palace' '.
day and night cars are run through from Columbns
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
43 Passengors by the 2:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New orkat5 o'clock Monday morning.
an advantage never before offered.
S. F. SCTJLL. .
' ' Genl Ticket Ag'U Steubenville, O.
W. W.CARD. Superintendent, Steubenville. O
Ticket Agent, Columbus. 0. ,
JOHN B. PETERS, AgenU Columbus. O. ,
junelo-dly -ju-io " :
: WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BROOKS. ' ALU. HOTJ8TOH. WM. H. Bfc. D -
J vJb,W.s B. DBOOK8,.
Cor. BIcti dclligli Sta.,Colambas..
HEW' 0BXBAH8 BUQAR8 ABD K0LA8EB
Island Sugars, Coffee. Teas Spices. Tobaccos
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