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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrival and departure of trains at Co
m nana, Ohio. On and after Monday, May 24
a tins itl run as followi :
Cleveland, Calambai Cls'tt H. R.
LAVK. AltHIVX
H.Y. A Western Express".. 1:10 A.M. MnA.M1
New Yora. rpros 11:10 A. M. 11: o I'. M.
Hail and xpree :30 P. M. :I0 P. M.
Il-'.aware Anoommnlat'On.. Si6 P. M. 10 A. M.
Mo. 1 A.eoiain Ktatlon S:00 4. 11. 13 P. M.
This train leaves Sunday morning not Monday.
JAMES PATTERSON Aeent.
tattle Itliaral 4k Colombo XentaH.H.
IjKATK
AKRIYF.
NivhtExnrtfl
.; ISO A. M.
lS.-RS A. A:1
O noiunati AoMinraodalion. A. M. ' tsti Pi M.
Exure-I...., 12 P.M. ll:iiA V,
Express 6:15P.i. f M'
.! JNO. W, wOUKKTY. Asenr.
B-ilttraore At Ohio Kullrefcei, Central
. . . : hi, Ohl Olviaton.
M-v; i . . . LWAYg. ARRIV1I.
Night Fxnress.. W A. ,5:-5 '
Lirttning Kxpress 11:10 A. M. 4:4S P.
ExDreaS Mail-- :'' M-
P A. I). SMITH. A-.ent.
Volainbai. Chicago ii I nliana Cea.
trail Hail war.
. J. i LXAVB. . AHRIVg.
Night Express 19:0 A. M- 1:16 A.M.
Anetwnmodation... B:4S A. M. 1 Si P. M.
We'te-n Express P. M. THtO P. M.
Daytxpre........ 12:10 P. M. lino A. M..
G. A. Hill, Ageut.
SaasaikTi Mansfield 4k. Newarb K.K.
TraiDS leave Newark and arrive as follows
.-. i , HAVE, . . ARBIVK.
Freight . 00 A.M 9- P.M.
Mail and Express 10.20 A. vl. ;. P.M.
Mansfield Express 45 I' M 45 A.M.
" A. W I'BMNIS. AieDt.
JPiltabararh, Cincinnati ek.fet. I.ouis
ttsllwsir.
I.; yi:' . ; LgATg. ARRIVI.
New fork Express- H A. M.' " 11:15 P. M.
Lightning Express... lil A. M. 5:00 I'. M.
Mail and Exprers 1:15 P. M. 11:65 A. M.
pennison Accommodation 50 A. M . 6:40 P.M.
New York K-xnreas on daily. All oiber trains
run daily, except Sunday.
Donation Accommodation starts from fjeight
yard.
John B. Pktepf, Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
; . . . ARRITS8. CLOSES.
JEestarn ' Throuah Mais. A. M. r. h. a. at. r. M ,
via Stei.benville and
Pitt burgh 1230 1930 10:00 7:30
Eastern Way Mails, C. J. ' '
. tl. R 1230 .... IS 8 :
Norttwert, via Ft. W . A , . - I
C.C. C. O. AC. R K. 9:10 .... 7:00.
Chicago, via 15, P. A 1. C.
C.lU.Kll ... 1I.-08 .... 4:16
UmeMiamiR.R..Thn.' j ,V:j0 7:30
Little Miami B.It..Ws 1:55 11:30
. O K. R . Nsrk.
Zanesvillr A Wheeling. .... 1S-.30 ln 7 30
V. U. B.. Way Mao 730 ....
C- ". A 1.. ILn ogh and
Way....!.. .... 10 11:00 7-.30
Circlerille, Cliiilieotba A
, Portsmouth 9.0 .... 7-0
Laursster, tihio .... 8.-00 .... 7:30
Et n ay.Kational toad. 100 '' 12:45
H. Vernon W av.W ester-
Tillcio. I30 ..... .... . 10
5 orlli C'olumbnt and Clin-
totiTille 1M ...-. .... .
Wabtnt;toDC.H.,viaHar-l , .
ri."lnrx. ttri-weeklyj J "
arrryc Mondays VVd-( tM - 7:S0
ne lava. A rndays, and '
Rave Tuesdays, Tburs-1 .
oi.r and Saturdays.... j
Cautro Villsgr. (tri-week-
ly,)Tnesrlsys, Thursdays? 12 1:
aid t-stnmays -J , , ....
IfFFica- Hoiss. Office opens at 7H ocIk A.M..
am, close ai 7Vi P. M . iSnnuajB, opens al 8i A . M ...
eyd closes alJ A. S". ....
All kail ole n Sundays at 5k P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[Written for the Statesman]
OI THEE.
OI THEE. BY H. G.
In sweet beauty ami light
- : - " ; com8? the qneen of the niibt
' '' From her home o'er the eastern bills ;
i - , With her guard of britht stars.
'!"'.''. Flinins Heat's golden bars
' At onr earth, which with rapture now thrill-i.
- Aid 'tis thus is my I ts,
: As the moon from ah. t,
Heaven's light t- this earth-'ife of mine :
V" 1 Yeal narsel 's my night s q leen,
.', :".. i And herselt' to ma seem
As the stars, which in asure blue shine.
.r: Ti delight that to know, , -jnl
. . - As through life d 3 on so.
That one heart -'t response to your own ; '
-iioi-. ; 1'hong indeed absent far.
T-era's a heart-door ajar,
; Which awaits your r. tarn to its home.
-a1'"'!- In their ssd vacant gate 1
-. . There's an image they raise.
" Do thoss eyes, in their deeps of I e t blue ;
.. . . Dear the thoughts that now rise:
' Dear the tears in those eyes ;
! Tof7oa know they are of, and for you.
PATIENT WAITING NO LOSS.
BY ELLEN ASHTON.
;3lt 'Was the eveninp; before Isabel
"Wharton'B marriage. A spoiled beauty,
to whom admiration had been daily food,
and now About to make what the world
(tailed a brilliant match, she could not
resist the temptation to triumph over
tier elder Bister, who, though not want
ing in personal charms, was still unmar
ried. , ..." . ,
Only to think, Ellen," she said, ' I
am more than two years younger than
yon, and 'yet am married first. ' You
must make ha'sfe."
- Ellen Bmild.- "I am in no. hurry,"
she answered. "When the right one
comtB along, it will -be time enough."
She did hot ' add that ehe might have
had Isabel's intended, if she had showed
iiim encouragement at first; for this was
W secret she -religioosly kept from her
aister-j , You know the old proverb, eia,
"Patient waiting no loss." . I don't
want to marry until I love; and perhaps
I shall never do that." - - :
""You're too particular," said .the;
bride. with & toss of the bend.:. "Yon
expect impossibilities. You will go
through the wood, and bave to cut a
crooked stick at lasC' 5 ,;
. ("I shall never do that," replied Ellen,
firmly. "I'd ratberbave no stick at all,"
sho added, a moment after, laughingly.
Two- years ' subsequently there was
another bridal group in the same man
tsiop, - Thistime - the fiajicee was Ellen's
next youngest sister. She also had se
cured what the world considered a prize;
"that is she was about to marry wealth,
position and a fool,
i '"My child," said the mother, who was
present, addressing Ellen, and the tears
came into her eyes as she looked on the
brides "you at least are left to me." ;
Ellen pressed her parent's hand in si
lence.' Both shared the same forebod
ings as to the future happiness of the
bride. Isabel's brilliant match had been
failure, for her husband had turned out
dissipated ; and though she had every
thing which riches could supply, she car
ried an aching heart. The mother fear
ed that a similar fate impended over
this other daughter ; but May had been
, wilful i and the father, who considered
wealth all in all, had taken her side,
"'i "Oh !" cried the bride, "Ellen will be
the old maid of the family. Nobody but
a prince in disguise will suit her lady
ship; and as princes are scarce in this
country, she'll have to stay unmarried."
She spoke with a slight touch of bitter
ness, for she remembered her sister's
expostulations, when she begun to favor
ber intended husband's suit. .
" ' No evidence of. emotion appeared ou
Ellen's face though she was deeply burt.
She answered mildly. " ' ,
"A prince is the last person I should
marry. But yon know, May, I am less
beautiful than you; and we plain spin
sters," and she smiled, " 'cannot pick and
choose like belles.' : But they say eve
rybody. has a"' mate, and sometime, I
suppose mine will come along. 'lTttient
waiting,' you Jtnowy is -no loss,' lam
in no hurry to marry, however, and leave
dear mamma." And she twined her
arms around her pareut's neck.
Three years more elapsed. Again
there was a bride., in that household.
But still it was not Ellen. Her young-
eat sister, and much the loveliest of all,
and hardly seventeen, was the one. .
' Look at us ma," said the thoughtless
child, as she caught sight of her sister's
lice and her own in the glass. "I declare
Ellen looks old enough to be my mother.
Y 'U'llsoonbo putting on caps 6is,"con-
tinued the gay, pert thing, " for you'll
never marry, that 1 II answer tor ; ana
Harry says so too."
It seemed kileii state to have mortuy
ng things said to her, by her 3'ounger
sisters, when they were on the eve of
marriage. . But she ever remembered
how giddy and young Lilian was, and
she replied kiudly.
"it s quite probable I shall never
marry, dear. But let me fix that flower
differently in your hair , I think Harry
will pronounce you lovlier than ever to
night."
"I'm glad that you've made up vonr
mind that you'll be an old maid," an
swered Lilian, as she bent her head to
have the flower arranged. "Harry says
l s 6ucu a pity, when a girl wauts to
get married, and can't; that every one,
old like you ought to convince herself
she'll never have a beau ; for she'll be
all the happier. But this doti't look
much like fulfilling your favorite pro
verb," she said, looking archly at Ellen,
"that 'Patient waiting is no loss.' Ah,
sis. .
"I hold to my proverb yet," replied
Ellen, unmoved by this repetition of
ilenry s remarks. 'Unless 1 could mar
ry suitably, marry one I could reverence
and love.it would be better that I should
not marry at all. 'Patient waiting is
Btill no loss.' The loss would be bv not
waiting, to involve myself in an ill as
sorted union."
"Dear me, you frighten me. One
would think getting married was a ter
rible thing;" answered the volatile girl.
"Harry says yon have often a f;ice like
a funeral; and I'm sure you look that
way now.
Another two years had passed. T. his
timo it was Ellen that was the bride. At
last she had found one worthy of her, a
noble, gifted, true-hearted man, who bnd
recognized her many great qualities by
intuition, ana haa wooed and won her,
though not without difficulty. Her sla
te- s were all present at the weddniff, and
all looked older than she, even Lilian;
for none had made happier marriages,
and care and disappointment were wear
ing them out. '
Each of the three thought of what
she had said to Ellen, and each wished
that she bad been less governed by the
common weakness of her sex. to secure
an early settlement in life. "Ah ! said
each to her own heart, " Ellen was right
In ' patient waiting there is no loss,'
especially in marrying."
Hints on the Horse.
FOOD.
1. All Horses must not be ted in tlie
same proportions, without due regard
to their ages, their constitutions and
their work; because the impropriety of
such a practice is self-evident; yet it is
constantly done, and is the basis of dis
ease of every kind.
2. .Never use bad hay on account of
its cheapness, because there is not proper
nourishment in it.
3. Damaged corn is exceedingly in
jurious.bi cause it brings on inflammation
of the bowels and skin diseases.
4. Chaff is better for old horsps than
hay, because they can chew and digest
it better.
5. Mix chaff with corn or beans, and
do not ghe the latter alone, because it
makes the horse chew bis food more and
digest it better.
6. Hay or grass alone will not sup
port a horse under hard work, because
there 13 not sufficient nutritive body in
either.
7. When a horse is worked hard its
food should chiefly he oats; if not worked
hard, its food should chiefly be hay ; be
cause oats supply more nourishment and
Mesh-iraking material than any other
kind ot food ; bay not so much.
S. r or a saddle or a coach horse, hall
a peck of sound oats and eighteen
pounds of good hay is sufficient. If th
hay U not good, add a quarter of a peck
more-oats. A horse which works harder
may have rather more of each; one that
works little should have less.
9. Rack feeding is wasteful. Th
better plan is to feed with chopped hay
from a manger, because the food is not
then thrown about, and is moru easily
chewed and digested.
10. Sprinkle the hay with water that
has salt dissolved in it. Because it
pleasing to the animal's taste, and morr
easily digested. A teaspoonftil of salt
111 a bucket ot water is surhcient.l .
Oats should be bruised for an old
horse, but not for a young one. Because
the former, through age and defective
teeth, can not chew them properly; the
young horse can do so, and they are thus
properly mixed with the saliva, a ad turn
ed into wholesome nutriment.
12. Vetches and cut grass should al
ways be given in the spring to . horses
that cannot be turned out in the field
Because they are very cool and refresh
ing, and almost medicinal in their effects
but they must be supplied in moderation
as they are liable to ferment in the stom
ach it given largely.
l'.i. Water your horses from a pond
stream, rather than from a spring 'or
well, - Because the latter is generally
hard and cold, while the former is Boft
ana comparatively warm, xne Horse
prefers soft, muddy water to hard water,
though ever so clear. .
14. A horse should bave at least
pail of water, morning and evening;
(still better) four half pailfuls, at four
several times 111 the day. Because this
assuages his thirst without bloating him
He should not be made to work directlv
after he has a full draught of water;
digestion and exertion can never go
together.
10. do not allow your norse to nave
warm water to drink. Because, if
has to drink cold water, after getting
accustomed to warm, it will give him
cone. '
16. When your borse refuses food, af
ter drinking, go no further that day.
Because the poor creature 13 thoroughly
beaten. London Horse Hook.
' "Peter, what are you doing to that
boy 1" said a schoolmaster. Ue want
ed to know if you take ten from seven
teen how many will remain, so I took
ten of his apples to show him, and now
he wants 1 should give them back.
"Well, why don't you do it then'
"Coz, sir, be would then forget how
many is left.
Tub odor arising from wl a'ebones
corsets has been considered so disagree
able that an ingenious modiste has ar
ranged a perlume to be placed in th
corset which will counterbalance the an
cientand fishlike smell, and prove quite
acceptable to those ot the tatr sex who
encompass themselves m these "hold-me-
tights. . '
A YOUa man, pastor of a Baptist
church in Kenosha, Wisconsin, could
not find any one in town who dared
perform the necessary task of painting
his cl.urch spire. Accordingly be raised
a ladter to the top of the spire, tied
rope round his body, then boldly swung
off aLd painted the spire himself.
MEDICAL.
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BIMILIBTrS
: ) HUMPHREYS '
IIOHIEOPATIIIC SPECIFICS
HAVS PROVED, FROM TUB MOST AMPLK
experience, an entire success: Simple
Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
only Medicines perfectly adapted to popular ate,
ao pimple Uiat mistakes cannot be made in
asing tliem ; so harmless as to be free from dan
ffcr. and so efficient as to be always reliable.
They have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render satisfaction.
Ifoe. Centa.
I, Cures Fcvera, Congestion, lnflsmmatlons.35
t, ' Worms, Worm Kever, Worm Colic.Sft
8, " C'r'liia-CollcorTeetliingofIiifnuti25
4, " Diurrhor-a of Children or Adults.. 25
6, DyHCiitery, Griping, Biltons Colic. 2S
6, " Cliolera-itlorbDa, Vomiting..... SB
7, " Coughs, Colils, bronchitis 25
8, " Neurnljrla, Toothache, Faccache.. 85 -
9, " HeadiM-l!CsSickHeadache,Vcrtigo35
10, " Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach 25
II, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods.. .95
12, 44 M'liites, too profuse Periods 25
13,. " Croup, Congh, Difficult Breathing. .25
14, " Salt IIlieHiil,Kijsipi'las,Eruptlonp'
15, M ltlaeiimatlsua, ltheumalic pains.. 25
lfl, Fever A Ague, Chill Fever, AgucsSO
17, " Piles, blind or bleeding 50
18, " Optlaalmy, and sore or weak EyesGO
19, Catai-rli.acute orchronic.InllnenxaSO
SO, Wlioopius-Cougli.violeutcoughSO
21, H Asthma, oppreaacd Breathing 50
S3, u Ear Iisclaarges,iinpaircdhcaring50
S3, M Scrol'nla.enlarged glundP.swellingsGO
94, " CiciieralDttbilily.physicalwcuknesBOO
25, " Itropsr, and scanty Secretions.. ,.C0
26, Sca-Mckiie,gickuesefrom ridingSO
27, " Kidney-lieHe, Gravel .50
S3, " Nervous Debility Seminal
UmiMSlottS) involuntary Dis
charges 1 00
29, " Sore Mouth, Canker 60
80, M IJrliiary Weakness, wetting bed50
81, Painful Periods, with spasms.. 50
8i, " SullcrliiKsat change oflife 100
83, " F.illepfty,Spasms,St.Yilus'8ncel 00
84, Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat. 58
FAMILY CASES
Of 35 to 70 larse vials, morons
or rosewood case, eoittainlng:
a specific for every ordiuarf
disease a family Is subject to,
and books of directions
From $10 to $35
Smaller Family and Traveling capes,
with 20 to 2ci vials lrom $5 to $8
Bpeci flee for sll Private Dlscases.bolh
for Curlns and for Preventive
' treatment, in vials and pocket cases,$2to$5
POND'S EXTRACT,
Cares Kiirus, Itrnlscs, Lameness,
Sorencss.Sore Throat, Sprains. Tooth
ache. Earache, Neuralgia, lChemna
tisiu, Iiiimbao, Piles, Bolls, Stings,
Sore Eyes, Mleedlus of the I, miss,
Nose, Stomach, orof Piles; Corns, (.;!
cers. Old Sores. Price 50 cts. to $1.75
f& These Remedies, except POND-8 EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part 01 the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medicine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 5G2 Biioadway, New York.
Dr. Humphreys is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter, as above, for all forma Of
disease.
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jyia-deodttwty
DRUNKENNESS
, -fit- 3 -
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OR. JjHNSIWS SPECIFIC.
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enness, its l'oneauenees and Cure." free on ap
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wltliont ItUl. every kin:! or an
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(XRES ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP,
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N THE NIGHT OF THE 10th OF
ilr-tohAr. 1868. somewhere between Columbus
and Sbadesville, the undersigned lost an envelop"
inwnicn was enctosou uki.odu a ,, u m.is
1'UIKTKEN HUNDRED DOLLARS in money,
not for about two hundred dollars, given by one
Kneewater to one Short, and an insurance polioy
isu d by the jfitna Life to J teph Brontner.
Ons hundred dollar- reward will oe paid to any
person leaving the money, nolo m policy at the
office of tho Ohio statesman, or ten dollars for
the note at.d policy. ...utikc! hikh
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IN THE CITY
OF
Houe FlIhinlt Dry Gools;
Blink"ts. Mus'in-1, Linens;
Sneeiiiiu, Lace Cur'ains, 1'owelinss, lo., ic.
Also, Triiuuiini Ctatins-
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Underxarments of all crados and quali
ties fi.r Gertleuieo. Ladies. Misses and Bovs. Alo
afresh stock of Hoop .skirts and Or: eta iu the
newest styles.
octT-d3iu
GILCHUIST. GRAY & CO.
MUGHTOH'S
T O JFL 3E3 .
NEW
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT
AUGHTC
J'SI
Parchaf ers of Dry Good a r cordially invited tc
cail hlq ex a nr. ne tne
NEW STOCK.
DRKSS GOODS
FANCY GOODS
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS
EVERYTill-NG
...CHAIM
.. CHEAP
...CHEAP!
...CHEAP
...CBEAF I
JAMES NAUG ELTON
118 123 outh lUch Street,
novll-dly-aprlT COLVULUS. OIIJO.
PROCLAMATION
SHERIFF'S
PROCLASVi ATIOPj ! !
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 1
Columbus. O , Oct. 15. IMS. I
I.GEORGE II. AKHART. sheriff or Krnnklin
County. Maieof Ohio, do here'-y notify the quaii
tied Klecti-rof tho Coun'y ' f Franklin anil ito ot
Ohio. 10 assemble i thi"ir respect 'e 'lowu.-hips aiH
Ward, at the uual plsccs of holdi; g election, on
'1'ueMtlH y ( Hotnjr tli- S'l tty of No
vember), a. i.
And then and there pr-eaed, as tha law dirrc's. t
e eit Twt-iiiy-ono Ele'-tors of Piefidcnt a mi Vic
President of tho United States, iu nursusnee f th
Constitution of the Uiitd Malts and of tl.i
State.
In testimony wher-of, I have trrnnto set my
band ami neal. thi-i. Fifteenth lay of Oc
tober, in the yearof o r Loru onetrousand
SEAL eicht huniired and sixty iht, and iu tue
infty-tliiril ye.ir of the ludt pond- uca ot
the United State of trerica.
GtoKGlC U. E AKHART.
Sheriff jf Franklin County, O.
octlS-iiAtd-r
BANKERS.'
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
B A U K E R S , ...
Corner Broad & High Bts.
...... COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febS-dly . ,
r. hitdb-'. job. nrjTcnBsoN. w. B. p a vek.
HAYDEN, HUTtBESON & CC,
33 J. 3NT 3E3 JFL S
NO. 13 S. IllOill S I ICKKX,
an20-dly-r Columbus, O.
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and ComiuisMOB
MERCHANT,
DEALER IN
GRAIN OF ALL. KINDS,
OIK, WIIPKV, ic.
air T et Prices Paid at all times for
Curu. W Bar;e.v, e o., etc.
F F C E :
Near "IT eat End ot ai'l K ad Brldtrcj
f-MSleoHl
FURNITURE.'
MI0BAEL HALM. CII ARLIS O. BELLOWS.
C. P. L. BUTLKH.
II 41.31, ItliLLOtlAA BUTI.KR,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
No.. 216 &218 South Iliffli St.,
COIIFIIBIS, OHIO.
(7Alr extensive' Haw factory it at the Foot of
Oouth stteet, on the Canals
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throucbout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manu lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, 0ININGR00M, HALL. AND
KITCHEN FURNITURE
of all classes and every desicn of sunerior work
mansniu and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description, Wholesale and Retail.
feW-deidlT
MEDICAL' PREPARATIONS
ROS A D A LIS!
THE GREA.T
AMEEI CAN
HEALTH RESTORER!
The Bot Blood ruiiHcr iu (be
World.
r. LAW HENCE'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT
-OF
ROSADALIS!
A S ife asd "erl:ilr Cnr (ond the
only one jet uiocuverrsl) for
(crofhlis in ils Various E'ornis,
SUCH AS
CoDjumptiin in its early stages, Enlargomen
and Ulceration 01 tht blinds Joints,
Bones, Kidneys aDd Uterus,
Chronic Rheumatism,
Eruptions of the
fckin, Chronic j
bore es,
AO.
ALSO-
ST Is EC I Xj I 3 !
in all its various forms..
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite. Sick (Teadarhe, Liver Com
plaint, rain in the Mack, imprudence in
Life., Gravel.
GOF.RAI. II.I. IIICAI.TII,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
RIooil, L,iwer, HldncjsJk lllsatlder
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
had taut, '-d re-tores t.e entire svs em to
1 ealthy eondirion.
IT IS PEKFriCTLY HARMLESS. never pro-
ducina the slightest u jury.
THE ROSADALIS
is nota secret m-dicice. The articles from which
it is made are publish' d around rach b-ttle. and it
1. itjd &n,l rftm,niineiirle,i rtv ihe Medical Kscuit.
where-erith s kvn ii.trodured. as a POSll'IVfc
and KKLIABi.K vet) Wine for DUeanej of tue
liiuod Livor and Kiaaeys.
' .-
leliiiK I'lijs'iisws evtrjwlu-re it
l kionu.
Tho following, nmnni! mary hundds of our best
citizens, testily to its wonderful einoaori
CERllFICAThS FROM PHYSICIANS.
BaL'I.-JOBK, Md., .M.trcn 4. 1863.
Ib'lieveDr. I awrencc's "RO-'AD A LIS" to be
the Hr.s-r Altrkat ve im lsk. ana increase
cueertully rocoinmenn u a sucn.
UiOMASJ r.OYKIN'.M.D,
Baltimore. February 10. 1SG8.
Ill, J .1 I. a i nrvrit.
liK-na iiK 1 take nleasure inrecommendiuRToui
ROSADALIS ss a very powerful alterative. 1 have
seen it oped in two ca?es with nappy results one
rM4e of RAfloid&rT snhilis. in wlich toe patent
pronouni-ed himet curj:t after bavin taken five
bottles of our uicdiciue. The other a ra-o
4pr,kii, la. of lore -1. dins, which is raoid lmnrov-
ins under its use, and the i' dicatioiis are that the
patie nt will soon recover, l nave carciuny exam
iofd tho f, rmula bv which vour Hose,la is is made
and find itau excellent compound of alterative in
ared.ents. lours y Jf D
Wekrow Dr. 1 awrenee',- Rosadalis to be a ss
.ml roliwhle altoiaiive. &g.. and take pleasure :
recommending it to ibe profession nod the public.
A. I, .MUUKb, flJ. If , .
L. A.S I ITH. M !.,
J- H. WINS I'EAD, M. D
K.G. H.hHAt.JI. 1) .
YV.G. DUUU N. M. 1
E. llAKNhS, M 1).,
K. W. KING. M. I).,
S. VODRI), M- l..
W. T. KkKWER. M D..
W.J.liL LLOCli. M. D.
.I.nnro 1 lPBS
I horebt certify that I am pcrsot ally ncq -ainted
with the a-'ovo nnini d t'tiisician. sun tni y are a
seiitleiocii of respectability a,d st.ndiiig in w.
community. T C. DAVIS,
Mayor of W iUou, C
January 11, 1868.
tto--.l:Iii will Cure lle Wr
Ci.mph ol Scriru!:s ISeitd the
sHalrmeBl Sti-low and Oi-Kpair
.Hot
Wit sos County. September 10, 18CT.
Ir. .1. .1. t-are:co: iieir Sir -y your,i;e?t
lauahter. ased fivcytars. has been dreadtulh at
il eitd with roiuia ntorW a I her l,to I tried
sront iiiiinv rhvs.ci!'!. but without rcli.vina he
mui h: iu liict. inosi i f ,Leiu said rliere was i o ii,.p,
of i-ure. llui ii.s; the liist i-ri" E he ar worse than
evr: her hovly ml I i t,,l,s bo;i. e ver d witii soro
snd blotches wii.ti lace snd eyea badly ulre ateO
ami swollen. M h:le in tins co d 'ion f was ad
ji-ed by Dr. L. A. Mith to try jnr Kossdalis. ia
oo procaro.l three Lotties, an-t couuiieneed ;vin:
it totter. The erloe! wits i.-sairnl In les- than
r'-nth to uiT Krcat atoiiichmeut, tibe ai entirely
nrs. with tt ucb resrectsnd sratitndc.
V. W. II R.NETf
ItoKuduliM rsre 1 Pkln Diseases.
' WlL8 -. N. C. September 15. 1867,
Dr. I swrence; Dear Sir In ISM my son. now
isel Cve yeais. was vn cu ated with what proved
he impure matter, which completely destroyed his
hcilth. He has been sfuicted with an inveterate
and extremely trooblisome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes brcakina out ir so-ej,iitc. Kosadalis was
prrs rihe t by my family physiciun. Dr. A, D. Moore.
After tnkins it a tow weeks my sou became and re
mains entirely well. : r
Yours truly, ' J. R.DAMEL.
Chroulc Idver Coufl:iini Cured.
This is to certify that 1 was cured of Chronic Liv
er Complaint by Dr. l-awreioe's Kosadalis, after
having oecn confined to my I ed ar.d bouss tiral-ng
time, and trvins various medicine.- without benefit.
1 kno of several others in this conntv cured
throt:sh the u?e of Rosadalis, and it esn be foti'o!
nearlr every hou;e in my neighborhood, and tho
all r.,aise it asa sreat mediciun.
1 THOMAS THORN.
Green County, August 14, 16G7.- .
RoMstdnliMiN Votent Remedy in nil
Clironic Oitaenseti..
From G. W. HLorKT. Est., Attorney at Law
Wilson.' North Carolina.
T bave been cured of ( bronic InfLtmroation of the
Ea' ar.d Partial Deafness, ol t n years' standine.
Rosadalis. GEO. W. RLOL'M'.
Iton idnlis will Cure Ihe Very
WorstCusesol Chronic
liheiiatia tiMini. .
Portsmouth, V a., February S5, 1S6P.
Captain J. H. Baker:
Deas Sir- This is to certify that I have been
afflict d with Rheumatism for the lat five or six
years, many times un ible to move, f vied all med
icines recommended to me for the ditea-e, without
receiving any benefit. Having hard "Rosadalis"
highly spoken ol, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it uutil 1 am happy to say
that 1 am completely well. . ,-.
1 not onlv con-ider the Rnsada is"a sr vereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and I eiicerfutl; recommend it to the
alllicied." Yours, very truly,
JAJliSS WEBB.
Wilson. January7, 1168.
hereby certify that 1 nave used Dr. iiwreuco's
justly colebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the, most satisfac
tory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously recoiu
mend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. J.vMKS W.DAVIS,
Sheriff of W lis n county, N . C,
Ror atjalir This medicine has met with an un
precedented sucoe&s iu this community. Capt. Ha
lter, the polite and -ttootive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is nex' to impossible to supply tne
demand made for ii; and that tlie uiedici e is effect
i,g some wondeiful cures, and giviua srest .satis
faction to all wh- have used it Aorolt ( Pa.)
Zaily Journal. November ay, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M.
Chemist, Baltimore. Md., (late of ., llson, N, C.)
1'r'ce (I &Upr bottle.
tfSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in a I the large cities of tho United states
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where.
Alt letters of inquiry fte. . promptly answered.
Address Dr. J.J. LaW RENt;h A CO.. sole pro
prietors and manufacturers, 44 Baltimore street,
lialtimere, Md ,
WESTERN DEPOT,
Ml. "V7C". A. 33TJGr&JA.3Nr,
S30 Vin jSt., Cincinnati, O.
' MffYox sale in Columbus by Brann. Bruck A Co.
Huston A Gardner. S. K. faamuel i Co , and &
Jcnos A Son. r . mayU-diwly
TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
EXCEPT SUNDAY. .
From Columbu-, in connection with Trains on tl
Little .Tliumi Al ;olumluN Jk Xeul
Kdilrondik
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A . M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Gilead.
Gaiion. Crestline. Sheibv. New London. Weiling-
tin. Grartoo and Berea, arriving at CJeveiand al
6:20 A. M., .ew 1 orR 7:ou A. Al. Ill is train leave
iuuiiav mornin:;. not Mond.-t v.
NO. 1 A(.i:0 ilMODATH'N Leaves Colnmbuf
at 5:00 A.M. ill stop at all way stations, intr
truin starts t'O - tl e hroieht 1 aril.
NEW YORK EXPRhSS-Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M . l ill ?topat Delaware Cardingroti.Ual
ion. Crestline. Sheibv. New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland afJ:M
P. M.,New Vork rett day at 3:45 r. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at
P. M. Will stop at Wi-rlhi gton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shetbv and Shiloh.
New Lsnilon. Wellington. Itraftonand Borea. Ar
jive at Cleveland at 9 25 P. M.. New York 10 JO P. M
SPItlAUFlbLD AUtJOMMODA TIIIH VIA DCJLr
A WAKE Leaves Columbus at 3rOS P. M. Wil
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring-
neid. atrivinv at ueiaware at 4:in r. M.. hDnngueir
CS0 P. M. Ibis train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M , arrives at laiaware at :iu A. Yl.: Uolnaious
103S A. M.
Pa Sent Sleep! nR Cm m are run on a.1
jigm Iralns to Chicago,
Sew York and
Boslon.
Bagcge checked through to New Yort and
Soston, via Cleveland ; ilso, to Philadelphia anJ
new lorn, via vrestune.
RETURNING:
Ni-ht. Exoress arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Colnmbus at M-M
r. ..
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Colu ubn
at 1035 i. M.
Fare a.a Low aa by any Other Koutc
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio
JAMES I'lTTERSON.
Agent, Columb s, Ohio
. Columbus. May 11. 1868
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NEAV YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOR
THE, II A I K .
Improved !
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Pair to Curl l-eautifully.
It keeps the Scalp C ean and Heilthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immeili itely stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It rrsior Grey Hair to in Original Color.
It brings ont Pa r on heads that have been bald fot
year.-t. . . -
It is composed entirely of siinp'e and purely veget-
. . ble substances.
It has -received over six thousand voluntary testi
tnoiiials of it, excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blow
in the glass), by Druitcists and Dea'rrs in Fi.no j
Goodseverywhero.atOoe Pillar per Buttle. Whole
sale by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C Wells & Co
Schiefielin A Co., New York. sCHiT-mch27-dly
A Xivr Article of Foud,
XTr.tniflttionA
It was M Bril'at Savrin, rhe-e!ebrated French
CuKirmwirro whn tt At Hait.. that "the man hon-
venU a new difh int.ro tor Hcciei? than the
man wiio diM3v ia a J'lanet. 1 be
CACIO IH IfUCLAIaO.M
or IrnliHn p-eparecj Cheese Maoearoni, is now of
iered as a vautt Heiici-'us. wholesome a d piqiant
rnmot.bla (convenient lunch) lor the use of ram
ilie?. liacbelors. Kxcurious (Picnics), Travelers,
and for ue in I leer b loons, barpr aaiuple Kooins
It is-Alien nn lit And Kioiiti nr Tnast.
It is ruitnu.efr Sandwiches Lnclese Dua fet
thie di pane condtntro." hspeoiiHt is it adapted
lor inns emuates wnnre inn ariicie m coeec uau
not be kept in asouLd eonditljn for any length of
riniA
't may be u?ed as a season nc for Sonps. Pasb or
ISte 'a-aatJ wanned cpon a t-tovo, alter tho ca;
ba.- been ppricd. it make, witeut further prey
Duration, s Dk-.ic uub Wkisu UautBIT.
Kitr 'i'rvlr-t Hitd nthfr. it. ia lnr iiiore i coLonv
ioal and coiiTcnient than Sardiue?, Deviled or Fot
til :.rat.
Tho proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it am i
Send 45 for a upi.e nnzKN li lb ( ans. ana RICH
LY gildkd ti off- crd, securely packe, and ship
ped per ex areas toauy a idress. Ijibtrai disco unto
made to the trado.
i. i Tha ruriodi Mwraroni is Dnt HD in tin
b- xes, and racked in casta of two dixen at $3 per
ca-e. i:et cash.
r'tir fi o by all respectable Grocers and at the
f ruit IMores
fl-vn lPihlA no-pnt v.qntl fvervfthere.
Ail orders aad vomaiunijations suould be ad
dressed to
THE LIViNGSTON CAtMO COMPANY.
WLioertv Street, INew oik
VXT-Sfp59-dead6uios
CLOTHING.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
EURTSR'S
i
itathitig Emporioiii
3o. 2SO South Migh St.,
COI.ditlUK'H, 4EII
IJIAVE JUST It K C E I V E THI
larcost and finest stcck of Fall and Winter
Goo-:.' ever brought to this city, consisting ol
french,
. 2u;;liii.li and .
l)oiiMstie Olotiifs,
Caeimerei fcc,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
est Cask prices.
Also keep oonstantly on band a well select
SarOck of
READY MADE CLOTHIMC.
- JOd HUKTiCR.
iuM-dlv 20 South Hivh sr.r,.
P1TISBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
A. WORD WITH YOU!
BRFAD IH THt; ST tFP OF LIFE
vnur most important articlonf diet. The health
of jour family l&rzely depends upon ita being
LICHT AND WHOLESOMEa
Would you lave ilso 7 Then use only
FiATRONa SALERATUS!
JKe-IT IS ABSOLUTELY FURE."S I .
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always lisht
white and beautiful T'ke a pound home - -to
your wife f-nisht She will be ,
delighted vith it.
Buyers of Soda should try our ' '
BfCAftBIIHATB'OP SODA.
vi e suarantee it not only f r su- erior to any other
American make, but even piuer than the bestAew
Cas:le or English Soda.
MANUFACTURED BY THK
PENK'A SALT MAKUF'G CO,,
(PITTSBURGH, PA. )
vxT-auglO-eodly-r
BOOTSND SHOES.
UEPAKD.
O. BORIGEB.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW FIRM.
TS. SHEPJBU HAVIVG rOIIltlED
. a partnership with G. II )K1GER. for tbe
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Sboe trade at
-. 163 SOUTH HIGH SI'KfcF. f,
Would respectfully invite their" friends and the
public cei erally to call and examine trre:rfiL-e and
well selected stock of Indies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Sioet this day received di
rect trotn the hast, and which tbey ate n w offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing depar:nient special attention is given to
.... .: . CUSTOM MADE WORK.
. Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a sbare of public
patronage. Flease give us a call. No trouble to
show goods.
Remember the place : No K3 Sonth H gh street.
SHEPA.RD & HORIGER.
" Columbus, 0.. Sept. 13, 1B68. dtf
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Route West 'To
oria, and ladianunoIlM
FOUR TRAW DAILY leave Cnion Depot Co
lumbus, as follows:
fi.t A. M. TOLEDO KXPRESS (Sunday,
U.xt7 excepted.) Arrives at Millord a 00 A 1 -I
ioana8;62 A. St.; Piqu 10:05 A. M : Lima lii'i
. il.' ioieaos:u r. si.; uetroit 6:iu r. M '
P&i:enffpr h t.hl. truin ar, i v. . f Tnlul.. .
Detroit 3 Uoura ahead of any other rout
O.I A P. M. DAY EXPRE -S (Sunday, ex
cepted.) Arrives at Urbana 2:06 P. Is.,
lOUa 2li5 l M kr.ilt'nr -Ji.ntinn ft. IK P U .
Richmond 4-JS P.M ; Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.; l
aansport ?-o F. M : Peor a 6a5 A. M.: Gales bora
JV,?ar.!n,!ton 11:05 A M ; Louis-
il e 1:30 A.M : Terra H..,l. 11 Jul p 11 u.,,.
A A. M : CairuSnP M . p.n. ,4, . . u . n
iTSm pm' v" :- bI Loais sm ' S Ufatette
i ;.hPnefielu, Illinois. 6:20 A. M.; Quin
cy 1-2:45 f M.; Ke ikuk 2:00 F. M. '."
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next
miirnim ii hour a ahead, and ft rwinta west
of St. Louis ONE TRAIN' IsiLVf
all other r. utes. -
K.OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
U.iVy PRESS (Sunda.i8 excepted.) Arrives at
rinu.8:,s f. i .; .g.nsp irt s:05 A. M.; Onioage
a., di iuaiuapuiiB a . at ; ierre riaute
JO A. M.: Evansvilie 638 P. M.: Matt , a.ia a
,M ; Punk 10KI5 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M - Kt. Lnnia
:I5 f. M.; Lafayette 7:46 a. M .; Sprinirfi -Id. Ills.
:05 P. M Oumev 7.2(1 P. M.: Keoltnk 8 AS Al
Louisville 7:45 A. M : Nashville 630 P.M ; Metn
puis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 6U A. M.; Detroit P-.30
A, il.
N. W AND ELEGANT" : " ' ' :
Sleeping C a. r W
RUN IN THIS TRAIN 10 CHICAGO AND '
0-N ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis lO hour a and Louisville
8 honra ahead of any other route. .... ..
9ftr A.M NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
-Vu diananulis. and. Sumlavj exoentnH. tn
Clicago. Arrives at Logansport 8:25 A.M.: Peoria
5:25 KM-: Chicaio lAKlF. U.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
iu.; terre riaute in: u a.m.; r.vansville 10.-00 r. M.
Mattoon I:IH P. M.; Criro 4:15 A. M.; Pana :I5 Pi.
M Alrnn 71 V . I n.,la A.IO P ILl . 1 ..C
etio 2.30 P M.J ti'ui?v Me 4 30 P. M.; jfashvillo
:iu a. M , juemptiis S:15 f. SI. .
Passengers by this train re? eh St. Louis 4X and
vuicagoo uouri aucaaol any otlier
route. ... , ,
State Room fleepingf Cars
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE.
W Call for Tickets vis Logansport or Richmond -
1 ickets fori-ale at Cnirn and Piona llAnnfa1
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
F. CH A NDLEK.Geu l Ticket Agent. -'
J. M. LUNT. General Suporintanden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
Three Trains I.eaveColnmbns (Tin
Depot), aulltr (Sundaya xcepU4 v.
8:10 A. M. NIGHT IXPRES8. arrivin 'I
Zaneaville at 4-30 A. M.; bell aire at 8:10 A. H.
ilaiiimore at 4:20 A. Al.: Vt ashington City at 3:11
A. Al. ...... i
lltlO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS rrivinf
at Zanesville a 1:15 P. V : Bellaire at 430 F. M.
Baltimore at 8 20 A- M.; Washington City at
A -M.
2:00 P. M.EXPRFSS MAIL. arriving at Zanas
rlllr at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at. 80 P. M.j llaltimor
ai.4:43F. M.: Washington City at 5:4SF.M
O.These trains are from TWO to EIGHT boors
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. - " ' i :
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wnih-;
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger bol ling through tickets to Eastern
cities have tbe privilege of "
Veiling Washington City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
A1 For TICMF. T8 via I1LLLAIR.
. . , 1
JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation
L. M. CO I.E. General Ticket Agent. -JNO.
W. BROWN. Gen'l Fassengar Agt. ,
may 18 li'
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Vay 11th, 1868, FOU -.
TRAIN'S DAILY will leave Columbus.
FOB CINCINNATI, L0DISVILXE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOHD IN- , -DIANAPOLIS
& CHICAGO,
Without change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cars co IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. !
Connections are roliablo as follows '
FIRST TRAIN (DaUy). ,
Leaves at l:?0 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circlevilla
Lancaster, Hillboro and Chillicothe: rtops at Lon
don, Xenia, Hlorrov. and Loveland, arriving a t
- Cincinnati at 6:90 a m. . - ,, .
SECOND TRAIN.
1 (Daily except Sundays.) -.
li)aves at 500 A. -M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Kichmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Silma,
. Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin. Morrow,
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelsn 1. Milford, ar
' riving at Cinc nnati at 1015 A. .if., oonneeting
with the Mail Boats.
THIRD TRAIN. ...
(Daily exeept Sundays.) - : ... .;
leaves a 12:29 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton sij
Sprit gfield. via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. Al. . v
FOURTH TRAIN., .
(Daily except Sundays.)
Iieaves at 6:5 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springhe d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Helms.
Ce arviile. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, andar
living at Cincinnati at 10:00 I . M.
Sleeping; Cars am all IVlRht Trains,
'HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHEKtY. Agent., L!
JOHN DURAND, l ; . , ,- a
Superintendent, I (.i inn.M
W. L. O'BHIKR, incinnauw., p .,g
- , Gev'lTickot Agt.J rraylS
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
FAN 11AMI1.E BOLTE.
:; ItC'J
wn ana alter June 29th, 1FP, trains will ran
foilows: ' - . - -., f
Lrave. N. Y. Express. Mai' Fast Line
Columbus 2:00 AiM. -- 9:15 P. M. r Use A. Al.
Newark .. , J:25A. M. . 3:50 P. M. 1S:35 P. M.
Steuenvi!lc...:00 A.M. K.-40P. M." 5.15 f.M,
Arrive at ' - - m - .
Pittsburgh ....11 10 A. M. 12:00 M."1 7:05P.M.
Harriib-arg :'20 P. M. 12:20 P. M. S A.M,
Philadclp''ia.. 1:' . M 4.-50 P. M. 5 A. Mi
New York.... 6:00 A. M. 6:55 P. M. 11:60 A.M,
Biltimore.... 0:45 A.M. 6:20 P. M. 12 -JO P. M.
Washitgton... 910A. M- V.so P. M. 46 P. M.
Boston 6:00 P. M. 12:00 P. M.
- E'esant sta'e room sleeping cars on all night trains.
On the hast Line the ce'ebrated "tiilver Palace"
dav and night cars are run through- from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change. - ,
MOT Passengers by.the2:P0A. M. Sunday train
arrive in -ew VorkatS o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never btfore oBered 1..
!".r.SCU LL, -Get.lTick-t
Ag't, Steubenville. O. '
W.W. CARD. SuperintenHert, Steubenville. 0
H. B. BROOKS, u
Ticket Agent. Columbiu. 0.
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Columbus, O.
juneio dly joW . . , .
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BBOOE8. ALII. B0FSTON. WM. B. 8b D
j., jt- vv . b. brooks;
Oor. Ricb &Hia:b Sta., Col urn baa, 1
Wholesale' Cr beers,
BIALKR8 ID
NEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND K0LA8SB
. Island Sugars, Coffee. Teas Prices, Tol.aceoa, 1
XjIQTJIr.S. edbo. '--I
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