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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
naovanat&t arrival ana departure wains as vo
iibu, Ohio. Oa snd after Monday, May Ml
JIM im wiU ran a follows," - v r, V.
Cleveland. Calntnbue Cla'tl K. j
- w.i -UiTI, ARRIVE
N.T. tfWwtern BxpTesr:l:luA.M. 1:00 A.M
'.New Yrk Express.......... 11:19 A. M. 11:10 P. Mi
Mail H4npni..i....M-..8flO P.M. -O.-I0P.M4
l)aUwu Accommodation,. BKS P. M. . 10:Ji A, M,1
'No. 1 Accommodation....... SrOO A. M. . P. M
: -.;.. , . v.-: 1
This tnlilNTM Sunday morning not Monday J
K-d sno-w"i!..AIUi8 PATTERSON Agent, j
UtUeMIMi ACtlinbBift Xenia K.H.
in v-i.tA .uiu.u " havr. ' "ARErvsj
aichtEjiprw A. M. ISA A. M
y loeinnaa Aeaootntodauen. 5:oa. M. ,. S:35 f. .
xpress... ...... , ,.1235 P.M. JW A. II.
xpress. ... 6:13 P. w. Tls P.M
( .,. .. .... ... 'i t JNO. W. iJOHEKTX. Agent, j
Beltiaaare ' al Railroad, Central
, . . i Oal JUlvielea. -
Night Exp..... .,...... J0 A. M. .11: P.M.
Lightning Expre.. ...... 11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M
Axpres iJil-. I P. U. 11:30 A. M.
r. ' .i -.! ... -A. D. Smith, Assent." !
VtlaktUi Chleawo ana Indian Cen
Right lxrtia.;...;.,.;.','wH:l A. M- ' J:16 A. M.
Accommodation. .......... 6:48 A. M. ' 1:50 P. M.
WuKim Kiprcs........ 8S p. t. 7:00 P. M.
D7lilKMfc.or- .....12:10 P. M. ll.-Ott A. M. .
iiiM '.fiM u G. A. HlU, Agent ,
tsMukft Bsul lele ex Newark. B.B j
- Trains leave Newark and arrive a follow J ,
j fc .
' lUTI : ARRIVE. '
.'. 00 A.M. .s P.M.
..16.20 A.M. IJS P.M.
.. 8.46 P.M . 0.45 A.M.
Mail and Express..'
gtaasaald Axpress .
A. W. Dennis. Agent.
Plttakwrga, ChMlaaatt dc St. Leal
vr! wanit cUITI.'' 1I11T1.
e Hew York Express... 1K A. M. ! 11:15 P. M. ,
Lightnina Kxpreu.. SO A. M. r 6.-00 P. M.
Mail and Exprese 1:15 P.M." 11:66 A.M. .
lienniaoa Aeenramedation 640 A. M. 6:40 P. M. :
.- Hew YerkKxpren ma daily. AH other train
ran daibr, except Sunday. . -
Denaiton Accommodation itaxto from freight
fTVc1' I " Johi B. YrrxBBi Ajjenfc j
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
litei ;7rs5. ,' 'x j ;j'abiti8.-CLOeii. ;
lantern Thromti Mai? a. A. r. if iA. m. r. K ;
ria SlenbenTille and
ViWkurh..........., 1130 1S30 1C:00 slM .
Smstern Way Mailt, C. C. " ' . J
y 1.8.. a.i '123 - -.. JS0 ;
Borthwest, Tia Ft, W."A , '
CC. C.C. AJ. B. R. -, . .
Cbicago.Tia C.P. A I. V.
U.4C.JL R. T.-:.- Hi
Little Miami R.R4thf" ''jj .
Littie Miami R.R.Va' ."." '',1:56 110 ' ,v
V. O. K. B.. Newark. 3"
l ari i ... . ta.aA uui'
r Zaawrille A Wheeling. 'KM yifitZ 7 JO
C. U. R-, War 110 1M . .
C. A l. Threngh and.,. - " -
Way .r 11M '; !
Cirelerille, Chillieothe A '--
PorUmooth. ...'iViv -liOO 70 .
Laneatter, Ohie. k.. . 8;00 ... .76.
Bmt W ay, national Kod. 10J0 .....1S:46
Ma. Ternon Way, Wester- x ''--'"'y '
Tille. Ao :K30 j ' 16
KoithColumbm and Clin-' :.,-('"; i
, tonrille.. ....10:30 .... .... ,. 1
'WasfaingtoaC.B..TiaHar-1 J 1 ' ' - '
rirbarg. (tri-weeklyj I
wrWee Mandaya Wed-1 - - f 'a'jia .' ' ' mo '
neadayj. Fridays, andf , .. .""
leaves Tuesdays, Than-1 . ..
! day and Saturdays.. ..) '" ' ': - .
Ceaere Village, (tri-week-i . t -.
ly.) Tuesdays. Thursdays Bx. " .116
. .and Saturdays. . , .-
Orrica HorBB. Office opens at Tfi o'clock A.M.,
and closes at Di P. M. Sundays, opens at84 A. M
aod oloses at 9H A. M. t- ; -
Sunday at 6X P. M. '.
u AUMaUseloseon ,
c - JDLIUS i. WOOD Postmaster, i
living' at, says '
J7rwick, M took a walk one evening ;
in Stamford's Park. On reaching a
Jon3in- Which fish were kept ready for ;
Use, I' observed a fine pike of some six .
pounds, weight. !At-.my approach he;
darted away like an arrow, r In hia hnrry,
be knocked his head against an iron book :
fixed in a post in the water, fracturing ,
Ifi skull and injuring tbe optic nerve on ;
orHreide of bia bead. lie appeared to
suffer terrible pairi he plunged into 'the
inud, floundered hither and thither, and
at last, leaping out of the water, he fell
on the bank - On examination, a portion
of the brain was seen protruding through
tbe,fractured skaTl. ' . (
This. I ), carefully, iTestored-:. to '.its.
place,, making use of a small silver tooth
pick to-raise the splinterB of " broken
pone. r Tbe fish remained quiet during'
(he operation; when it 'was over he.
plunged into the pond.: . At first, his
sufferings appeared to be relieved ; but
in'tbe course of ft few minutes he began
ruthing' right! and left 'until, he . again."
leaped out jf the water, v-.. m k .j ,:. ,
ii '1 alled the keeper, and with his as
sistance applied a bandage to the frac
ture.' Iliat done, we restored bim to the;
pond- and left him. to bis fate.- .Next
mffrning.as soon as I reached the water's
edge, the pike swam to meet me quite
close to. the, bank,, and laid. bis .head
upon' my feet. . I thought this an extra
ordinary; proceeding. -' Without further'
delay, I examined the wound and found
itwas healing nicely, I, tbpn, strolled
for some time, by the side of the pond.-
The fish swam, alter me, following my
steps and turning as I turned. -!- '.' ' ;
" The' following day I bronght a few
young friends', with me to Bee the fish.
He swam tome as before. Little by little
he became 'sri;tame as-' to come to tny
whistle and.eat out of my hand. , With.
Qther persona, on the . contrary, he con
tinued as ehy and. as wild as ever.".'; '-- :
The elephant,wTth"SBort ot humorous
justice, "is given to return injuries or in
sults in kind., .In Madagascar, an ele
phant's eornac. happening to have a co
coanut in his hand thought fit,1' out of
bravado.to break it on the animal's head.
The elephant made no protest at the
- time ; but next day, passing a fruit-stall,
he took a cocoanut in his trunk and re
turned the comae's ' compliment so vig
orously on his headr-tbat he killed him
on the spot--p-2i"i' ?.'. ; f
If vindictive'1' the 'elephant' is also
grateful,' At Pbridicherry, a soldier Who
treated ail elephant, to a dram of arrack
every time lie received his pay, found
himself the worse for liquor; When the,
guard were about to carry him off, to
prison.be took refuge under the elephant
and fell asleep.' His protector would al
low no one to approach, and watched him
carefully all night.' In the morning, after
caressing with his trunk, lie dismissed
him to settle with the- authorities as best
" he could. - ' '
Both revenge and gratitude imply in
telligence ;., still more does the applica
tion of an unforeseen expedient. A train ,
of artillery going to Seringapatam, had
to cross Ybe shingly bed of a river. . A
xtian,' who was sitting on a gun carriage,
fell ; in -another second the wheel would
have passed over his body. An elephant,
walking by the sid of the carriage, saw
the danger, and instantly, without any
order-from his keeper, lifted the wheel
from the ground, leaving the' fallen man
The Art of Dunning
;' The art of dunning is reckoned among
the fine or polite arts. Indeed, there
are no rules on the subject; as each
case must be tried by .itself, the success"
of various expedients being very much
"as you light upon chaps." ; At times a
lucky accident brings the money out of
a slow debtor, after the manner . follow
ing: - - ' -- , " ' ' -' ,
i One of our merchants, nervous and ir- ;
ritable, received a letter from a customer
in the country begging for more time. -Xnrning
to one of his counting clerks,
he says: ; ; ' ;
Write to this man immediately," '
Yes, sir. - What shall I say 1"
"The, merchant was pacing the office,
and repeated the order, ; r' z :-,
Writ to him at once. - i i
Certainly,5 sir. What do you wish ;
roke-'out t ":'"' ' I- - ! 1 'i;iJ j
! ' "Something' or'ipthing ;' 'and ihat
very quick.', no .oa.-i:l ruHdO
d u The..-clerk waited no-further orders,
but consulting his judgment, wrote arid
dispatched the letter... isy tbe, return
mail came a letter from the delinquent
customer, enclosing the money in full of
account. ' I he merchant s eyes glistened
when he opened it,, and hastening to his
desk, he said, to the clerk
i " What sort of a letter did you write
to this man T ' Here is the money in
: ! wrote just what you told me to, sir,
lhe letter is copied into the book." '
1 The letter book was consulted, and
there it stood, short and sweet, and right
to. the point : .. . ; .
i" Dbab Sir Something or nothing,
and that very quick. '
:." Tours, &c, ' ."
And 'this letter brought the money,
when a more' elaborate dun would have
failed of the happy effects. ' ' ' 1
In. no previous .' year has there
been such strong competition among
uU the leading Sewing . Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the present.-'. .At all the
principal . . Exhibitions and Fairs
they met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
'and the result was unanimously in
favor of the Florence Reversible
Feed Lock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine, It received the First and
Highest Prize as the ' best Family
Sewing Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: .Exposition TTni-
verselle, Paris; American Institute
Fair, : New York ; New England
Agricultural Fair, 'at Providence,
; the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo; tJie Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.: f hat of the
Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which, closed a four-weeks' Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed, by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, .who; unani
mously awarded it the "GOLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers. :" . , .
It would seem as if this succession of tri
umphs should be sufficient to conrince every
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the PLQBENCE over all others as a
Family Sewing Machine. . , ,.
A written warranty is given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL DO ALL
that is claimed for it, and should it fail, it
.will be taken back, and the MONEY BE-
FUNDED. ... -t;, i -t i
TrinHpal Ogle and Salatroom, JTa. SS West
Fourth Street, dncimiuti, O.
' H. McCONNEIX. General Agent
nl.ril.!.Di.i. 1; a. mi J
5.nA.. Tk 4k 1 SOU V. El nULTNlH'
klVpi'D UQI WUU AUW IUU A ' J W A I V U XJ.V71 T VVS
the FIRST PREMIUM 'for the best Family Sewing
Machines over seren competitors.
: i c li i at-.
wotiu ivi Uliuu,., . v. wan UU - wuv aun
chines at the new Salesrooms. i t,. .. -
l East State Si., Colnmbnw, Ohio.
! r,i B.' BROWN, Agent. f"7" : '
? All kinds of stitchinc dene to order, and
satisfaction guaranteed. octSa-dlmltawrAs
J. VIENNOT & CO,,
., general' newspaper ,t ....
SSS&133 Na-Bsu Street, New York.
...i., ... (AteMtfAtd a 18CJO v; .- tir
We beg to crII the attention of advertisers to
our agency. Our facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give snperior inHnoe
ments. We sldo send advertisements to all Cuban
acd South American papers, with whom we bare
exclusive contracts WearetheocW house doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS...
We en. bv rdmm&I nermigRinn. rtf.rto
Mr. H. T. Uelmblld, Druggist, 694 Broadway.
new io b.
Messrs. r. R. Tandczib A Co.,- 198 Greenwich
street. New Tirlt.
Messrs. Hall A KucxBL, 118 Greenwioh street,
Messrs. G. Bruoe's SoAGo.,Type Founders, 13
inamDers st eet.
Messrs. Phaion A SOT. few York.' -Messrs.
Pbelon A CuLiSNDitn. New York. r
Messrs. Tahbakt Co.. tiew York.
Messrs. Chickskino A SOU. New 1 orr. -'
Messrs. Uadwat A Co.,Aew York. - ,- !
oct20od3m ..... . ...!
0. X. ESCB.
REEOE & QUINN,
' -; 'dbalkes IK : ' ;;
FH.HB H ": X X IS
- ., Came and Oysters. ,. ,.
Also, all kind of Country Produce, inch as But
, er, .ggs, unioKens, xuraeys, do.,
i:-"iMt.' West ' Broadwar, '
' COLUMBUS. OHIOi
The choicest varieties of iFresh Fish received
dail v. All aoods nurohased delivered to any
pa t of tbe oity free or charge. Ioctl2-eod6m .
Sheriffs Sale. "
,J" Wm. G. Blynn ' ) Court of Common Fleas
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) " Franklin county. .
- .. (In partition.)
sN PDR3UANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE II
J. the above stated case, to me directed, 1 will of
fer for sale. at the door of the court house, in the
Saturday, the 28th day of November, A.D
- . 1883, : - i r
at 9 o'clock P. M. of said dav.' the following Am
sri bed real estate, situate in Franklin county. State
of Ohio, fo-wit: .- -i',.: . -
. Lot number one (11 of a subdivision of outlots of
the city of Columbus, numbers fifty-nine (9),
sixty (ou ana sixty-one nu, iraae oyssmnei Me
daiy. as per plat thereof recorded in book 38, pge
S3 4 of the records of deeds of 'id county, being
the same premises eon vryed to William Blynn by
'1 houMS S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 33d, A.
Terms of Sale One-third cash on day of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third in two years
thereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to oe secured by mortgage upon
the premises soM.
Appraised attH.OOO. -
Printer's fees S13 75.
GEORGE H. EARHART. Sherifr.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
' J. W. Baldwin. Att'y. -- ' - ootS4-dltAwtd '
Is O 8 T
ON THE NIGHT OF THE 19th OF
October. 1868, somewhere between Columbus
and Sbadesville. the undersigned Innt'an envelope
int,ih wa eno.loseii between TWELVE AND
THIRTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS in money, a
not for about two hundred dollars, given by one
Knee water to one snort, ana an insurance policy
issued by the jtna Life to Joseph Brontner. - - -
One hundred dollars reward will be paid to any
person leaving the money, note and policy at the
office of the Ohio Statesman, or ten dollar for
the note abd policy.
octai-dlw AUSTIN 8. MANN.
S. S. PINNEY'S
)ANCING ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT ,
For juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from 8 tn 5
h Pf ?tl,,n,en' Tenin class at AMBOS.
HALL, 23d luet., at 8 o'clock P. M. . octlA
Elia Fisher )' Bcfor Ja. M. Paxton. J . P
vs. of Norwich township. "
James Lishley.) Franklin county, Ohio; ' '
ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF OOTEBER, 1868.
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
the above action, for the sum of Thirty Dollars.
Kw'1868- ELIA8 FISHER
PASSAGE TO AND FHOHI GREAT
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ing Packet, by weekly lines, at reduced rate?. TAP
SCOTT BROS. A CO.. 86 South street. New
York, continue to issue Passage Tickets, available
'r twelvo months, from London, Liverpool, ot
Queenstown, and Drafts, payable on demand, far
anjr amount, from 1 and upwards. - , t
BAILEY lHOMi-SON A CO.. Agents,
aibUl-wly-BHT Banker-. Columbus
l SEW INI MACmNE
GIICnRIST, GRAY & CO;
Nos. 22,25, 27 & 29 S. High Street;
WOULD lVITF, THE ATTENTIOI
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
and elegant assortment of. t . f 4
; "' Extra Wch Blsck SilU ! ?i 3 ' ' 1 11 ! '
Novelties in Fancy Silks:
Poplins and Empress Oloths;
French Merinos and Cashmeres;
. English and r'renoh Serges;
"li Obamelion pinglines; . t ' "
" Kioh Lyons Cloak Velvets: ' J 1 " " ' '
Novelties in Plush Cloakinss;
V elveteens for making Costuires;
Astraohan and Chinchilla Cloaktugs;
.. , , Superb Paisley Shawls; .
: - Cashmere and Broche Shawls;. V Y -i
Point da Gasa Laces. Collars and Sits;
Harris Seamless and Al xandres' Kids;
Superior Wi ter Hosier ;
Misses' and Men's aerino Vests.
IN f HE CITY
."-'''": "-"..".: t:' J:-"
' 1 ; House Furnishing Dry Goods; " '
Blankets, Al uslins. Linens;
Sheetings. Lace Curtains, Towelings, to., to.
Also, Trimmin j Satins.
? : v -vi - - i -. w .' -s : fvT- .-! -ALL
VERY - LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Undergarment of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop skirts, and Corsets in tie
newest styles. ' '
ootT-d3m GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
FALL AND WINTER
" TO JUtTY A.T. 7
N AUGHTO N'S!
Porcbaser of Dry Goods are. cordially invited to
can ana examine wo
I E W STOCK.
118 A: 123 Soutb BiRh Street,
novll-dlj-aprlT . ' ' COLUMBUS. OH JO.
, PRO PL AMATI0N-
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. I .
Columbus. O . Oct. 16, 1868.
" I.GEORGE H. KARHART. Sheriff of Franklin
County, State of Ohio, do hereby notify the quali
fied Eleotnrsof the County of Franklin and State of
Ohio, to assemble in their respective Township and
W ards, at tbe usual place of holding elections, on
Tuesday (Reins the 3d Onj efNe-
- ' vember), A. . I8O8,
InJ aiul tl,... mm. A tl. - 1 Jll.u.
elect Twenty-one Electors of Piesident and Vie
President oi the United States, in pursuance of th
Constitution of the United State, and of tbi
1 In testimony whereof, I nave hereunto -set my
hand and seal. this. Fifteenth day of Oc
tober, in the year of our Lord one thousand
SEAL. eight hundred aod sixty-right, and in the
Ninety-third yerr of th Independence oi
-. ' - the United States of America.
, GEORGK H. EARHART.
Sheriff of Franklin County, O. .
p.;w. huntington & co.,
Y . .:; .0 ' : ,; t. ii5 ' - ; - t r-J-i '
Corner Broad & High Sta
. , CO LUMBUS, OHIO i , t, ,
fehe-dly ' '-'"i - -! .:- ' t ''
f. HATES M, JOS. HDTCHE80K. ' V. B. B ATPBN.
HATDEN, HUTCHESON & CC.,
; , NO. U S. HIGH STREET, ;
ianJO-dly-r 11 : Celumbui, O.
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OTJB, WHISKY, LCt 1 ; ,j :
st Prices Paid at all times for
Barley, e c. eto.
F F I 0 B 1 ,. : ;.
Near West End of Hat'l M ad BrletsfeB
' ' ' : COLUMBUS,. CSJO. - '
feblS-deodly - - " . " j
MICHAEL HALM. CHARLES C. BELLOWS.
0. P. L. BUTLER. .
HALM, iREIXOWS & B SUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nes. 816 Sc 818 Sontll Hlarls 8.,
COLCM BUS, OHIO.
(7Air wenii llanvfactory U at tin Foot 0
South ttrtet. 0 the Canal.)
' Their business transaction. bothWholesaleand
Retail, new extend throughout the State of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manu lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DIN INGROOM, HALL, AND
: KITCHEN. FURN11URE
of all classes and every design of superior work
tnanship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chair of
very description. Wholesale and Retail. .
IfebB-decdlT , ,
THE LARGEST .AND MOST OOI1
" " PLETE
BOOK & JOB PRIMING
IN ; CENTRAL OHIO.
Nos. 3C.38 & 10 North Bigh St,
' - r .'-fir- T - r r -r
- i : ' ' -' . S .. . 4 ;
The attention tbe Business Public called to
th snperior facilities of this Establishment.
.Wo nave in oonstant use . ,
Eleven Steam Power Presses
- or TBI
itii And; latest Kinds
And our ability to get out work promptly is
-( ' surpassed In the WeaU - W have lately
made additions to our already
: ; LAHGEVAniEl w-
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
- - - as a oalL Oar large fonts of type enable as
, . . to do all kinds of . ,
" 1 '-' ' ' .
W; IV ! J."'ir-ri)i ti .L'tj.: h 'l ;; )- ..:
-: ;; -., '. i ij s 1 I .- -.- ! .- 1 ii -1'. ' ':..': i: V !-.
V ' it T' t..'.tr. " '-. i..
In tbe most prompt and excel'ent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
- it- ; in -.a yi-'i" .;F.!.-::'i -..
ELEGANT SPECI XEIVS
1;':: ' l J:::' ....
, ( That we have executed in th part year.
The repntation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the busibes community.
' Employing, as we do, none but the ' :
Best of Wo rkmeh.
. And having a full assortment of tbe '
! .' T .liv 1 - .: -f .v
LATEST txnU CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
: We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
- .- -' .- , " -ALL KINDS OF ' ,
1 .. . . ... :- . ri : t : -t,
; Railroad, : . .
. ri ! Bank and "';;
.' , ',. V Commercial I
! ! Printing,
."I ; ' '
SUCH AS .
Bill Heads, : Cards, . :.
Circulars, . :- Letter Heads,
Blanks of an kinia, ' Checks,
Drafts,' ;1 .
i .- '; ' IN FACT..,:--. .: , .!
EVERY KIM) OF JOB . PRIKTIXG
Heeded by the business public
We also keep on band a larger stock of
PIPERS OF III KINDS
Than any other Printing Bon in the oity such as
Baper Boytil, .Medium, ' . , ..
; , . ; ' .i . -!t . 1 ' . , . ...;. '"
Deny, .) .' ' . ,' Crovnt Cap,-
' ,1- j , - .i ' : '! i (.
Cap, Lretterand ,
- - - - ' " '
Of tbe best qualities, and. purchasing them as we
10 do, dirotly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do oar work at correspond- : :
., .. , t ingly low rate. We are Sole . , , . .
'V I - , Agents for the , (-i :
";' CELEBRATED PAPERS OiB"
JJL ATISTEK. &, PORTER.
We particularly call attention to (be Blank Books
manufactured by u'. We are prepared to, ,j
'' ill all orders for ,r ; . .. .
xjocisor".'' t' ;',.'..;..;..
..." TTxx'ax,Xa.;;. ,
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line. ' -
GIVE UH A. CALL.
. NEYTNS & MYERS,
86, 38 St 40 north Hlgb Street
T'. ". '.'., ''cbzffXBV's, ' v":f !
ROSA D A L I SI
THE GREAT ' : p
t'i ' : .1 1 i t t i. ' .1 , , ;.i 1-.' 'i.'i
'i;.:Mt'iv;.j -r;r ?.,ijv:i:j;jA .1 VJiv;-
HEALTH RESTORER !
The Best Blood PariQer in the
, i-'' I '.- - . - r : I ,:.-, t: , !
' ... .,: OF .
, ROSADALIS 1 1
... ; .' ') : - . - ' .
A Safe and Certain Care (and tbe
oaly one yet discovered) for
Scrofula, in Its ' Various Forms,
-. ' SUCH AH , ' ; '
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargemen
and Ulceration 01 thi ttlands. Joints,
Bones, Kidneys aod Uterus,
Chronio Bbeumatism, - -
Eruptions of the
Bkin, Chronio J
" ;;, ao. '
ALSO ., ,. ;.
IS ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS j'
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite. Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the Back, Imprudence in
GENERAL JIX t HEAlTII, .
' AND ALL DISEASES OF THE - -Blood,'
Liver, Kidneys Jc Bladder.
' It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restore toe entire system to s
If IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro-
ducing the slightest injury.
THE ROSADALIS '
is not a secret medicine. The articles from whiol
it is made are published around each battle, and i
is used and recommended by the Medioal tacult),
hAr.-r it hft.a been introduced, as a P0S1 TIViL
and RELIABLE Medicine, for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and Kidneys.
"' tW Used and Indorsed by tbe
leading? Physicians everywhere it
U kiown, ...
The following, smong many hundreds of our best
citisens. testily to its wonderlul eiDcaov.
, ,. UEUT1FIUATES FROM PHVSICIANS.r
Baltimore. Md., March 4, 1868.
' I believe Dr. Lawrence's ROSADALIS" to be
tbe Bast Altekat.vk in Ubb, and therefore
oheerf ully recommend it as such.
' THOMAS J. BOTKllf. M. D,
' : : '. Baltimore. February 10, 1808,
fnJ J- J.' l.SWKRNCK. ' 1 I i
Dehr Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. 1 have
seen it used in two cases with happy result one
case of secondary syphilis, in wbich tne.pati.nt
pronounced himself cured after having taken fire
bottles of your medicine. The other a ease oi
scrolula, of long standing, which is rapidl improv
ing under it use.and the indications are tbat tbe
patient will soon recover.-.! have carefully exsm-
inoa me iorinuia oy wuiou your noKutu. ja wauo,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in
gredienu. i , ; your, truly, loy- CARR, M D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadaljs to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to tneprotession ana tne puoiio.
A. 1, MOORE, M. D., . ..
' : L. A. STITH. M D., '
, J. H. WLNSTEAD. M. D.,
K. G. BAKHAM.M.D..
. i W.G.DUGUAHf, M.D '
E. BAKNKS. M. D.. .
' : ' R. W: KING, M. D.,
j S. WOODARl), m. d.. -
W.J. BULLOCK. M. D.
Janury T. 1888.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with th. above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
.,.',.'!- T. C. DAVIS,
Mayor of Wilson. N C.
January 11, 1868. : .
Rosadalis will Cure the Mors
Cases ot , Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Despalr
W1L8OM COUKTT. September 10,1887.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with scrofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physieinns, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no nope
of cure. During the lasts prir-g the ' worse than
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sore
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
aod swollen. Wbile in this condition i was ad
fixed by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis. I at
ince procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to her. The effect was magical. In less than a
-nonth. to my great astonishment, she was entirely
nrs. with much respect and gratitude.
- . W. W. BURNETT.
Rosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
Wilson. N, C. September IS, 1887,
Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 1863 my son, now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed his
health. He has been afflicted 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.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely welL ... -Xouratruly,
. , J.B.DANIEL. .
Chronic Uwer Complaint Cured.
This is to certify tbat I was cured of Chronic Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrenne' . Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my I ed and house for a long
time, and trying various medioines without benefit,
. I know of several others in this county cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all craisa it as a great medicine.
Green County, August 14, 1867. - . :o.
Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy In all
' Chronic Diseases. 1
From G. W. Bloukt. Esq., Attornet at Law
Wilson, North Carolina. '
- I hare been cured of Chronio Inflammation of tbe
Ear and Partial Deafness, of tn years' standing, by
ftosadalis. GEO. W. BLOUNT,
fu :u . . .-J ; " . '" ; i'? -t ; 1 . t. ' 1:-
Roaadalls will Care tbe Very
Worst Cases ot Cbroalc -. -
..-I Rheumatism. . . ....;
P0RT8MOCTH, Va., Febrnary 89, 1868. .
'laptain J. H. Baker : i!. ... y
Dear Sib- This is to eertify that 1 have been)
altticttsd with Rheumatism for the last five or tii
yean, many times unable to move. 1 fried all med-
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis"
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it until 1 am bappy to say
that 1 am completely well.
I not only consider the Roeada'isa sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive. nd I oneerfully recommend it to the
"afflicted." Yours, very truly.
T . 1 . JAMES WEBB.
-! - 1 Wilson, January 7, 188.
I hereby eertify tbat I have used' Dr. Lawrence'
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 publio as a medioine of rare and gen
nine merit, , - JAMES W. DAVIS,
Sheriff of W ilson county, N. C,
Rosadalis. Tbis medicine has met with an un
precedented success in this community. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible io supply to
demand made for it: and that tbe medict. e is enect-
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all wno nave used it xtorjoue t ta j
Daily Journal, Jovemdor 29, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. I..
Chemist, Baltimore. Md., (late of rt ilson. A , 0.)
Price (l&Oper bottle. . . .. , ,
r Sold wholesale by all the principal . nolesala
Druggists in all the large 01 ties 01 me um.
and British America, and retailed by druggist
T?r.Where- . . . . -a1 .
All letters 01 inqutry o;iJ'fi''i.,,r1""-"1.
u. . iv. 1 1 1 . . vv RKMJL A CO.. sole Dro-
prietors and manufacturers. Baltimore street.
Baltimore, Aid . . . . . - j
230 Vina St., Cincinnati, O.
srKnr sale in Columbus by Braun. Brack A Co.
Huston A Gardner, 6: E. Samuel 4 Co., and R
Jones Son-. il: .' .j,; mayia-dAwly
i.iiil.,1(f ,;-n i-I i ,t ' ' -r
i ' i - 1 r.t it, I-.-, io in
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
. .-. Fi-CT-es Trainsi X3aily, . '
EXCEPT SUNDAY. . .... . ;
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
' Little Miami Sc Col urn bus Jr. Xenl.
. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A . H. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gileaid,
. GalioD, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
S:20 A. M., New York 7:00 A. M. This train leave
banaay morning, not sionday. . . - -
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Colnmbus
' at S.-00 A.M. Will stop at all way station. This
train starts fro ji the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A, M. 1 ill stop at Delaware Cardington,Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London; Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
P. M..New York next day at 3:46 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves ColombusatSJ
P. M. Will nop at Worthington. Lewi Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellinston, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at:2& P. M., New York 10:30 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leave Columbus at 3K P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
C0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M-, arrives at Delaware at :10 A. it.; Columbus
Pa tent Sleeping Cars are ran on al
Night Xralns to Chicago, '
-- New York and '
Boston. i '
' Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. . . . . . . , ,
RETURNING: ' ' ' -.
Nisht Express arrive at Colnmbus at 100 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 12:16
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 9 JO P. H. '
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbn
at 1035 A. M.
t are aa Low as by any Other Route.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio,
, . ,, . Agent, Colamb ,Ohio.
. Oolnmbu. May 11, 1888.
; NEW YORK. . r.
FOR THE XXAIR.
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ...
It causes the Eair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorate the Roots of tbe Hair.
It force tbe Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. - . .. 1 .-.
It keep the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It re cores Grey Hair to i ti Original Color. : '' '
It bring ont Hair on head that have been bald for
" years. ''...'., ... .
Jt i eomposed entirely of simple and purely veget-
ble substances. - " ' .
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monial of it excellence, many . which are from
physicians in bigh standing. : , .. -j
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 & Co.;
Schieffelin t Co., New York. BCHNT-mch27-dly
A New Article of Food.
It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French
Gastronome, who bist said, that "the man who in
vents a new diBh does more tor Society than the
man who discovers a r lanec. " . The
: CACIO DI HIICCAROAI -: ''
or ftalian urenareii (IhiMt Maocaronl. ia now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piqnant
comestible (convenient Innch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Jacbelor8. .Excursions (ficniosJ, travelers,
and for use in Beer S loons. Bar or Sample Room.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscnit or Toast. ....
' It is Fuitablefur Sandwiches Inglese "Duo ft
tin dipane coneUntro." Especially is it adapted
for those climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
time. . ...
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
otews and warmed upon a stovej alter tne can
oas neen opened, it manes, witnout lurtner prep-
parniiou, a ukuviuijb nsujH liAKBblT.
For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
Tbe proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a trial.
- Send 5 for sample dozen H lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded show card, securely pscked, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
made to tne trade.-. . - ' .
N " H- Th. CftiModi Maccaroni is nnt no in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at $8 per
case, net oasn. . - 1
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at tbe
fruit t tores. . - ..
Keffnnnitihle aranta wanted evervwhere.
' All orders and communications should be ad
dressed to -
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY,
98 Liberty Street, Kew York,
. VNT-sep39-deod6mos . - : ... -,- -
A "WORD WITH ; YOU!
BRFAD IS THIS STtFF OF LIFE
your most important articleof diet. The health
ot your lamily largely depends upon it oeing c
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
," . . Would you hare it sot Then use only
: "J-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.TEt '
Whiter than snow! makes Bread always light
-..white and beautiful. Take a pound home
to your wife .to-night. She will be ,
' . , delighted with it. ...'..
Buyers of Soda should try our
BI-CARBOA ATB OF SODA.
Vv e guarantee H not only far superior to any other
American make, nut even purer man me Destnew
(Jasae or Jiingusn ooaa. -
' MAirCAOTFRED T THB t 'J': I :-t
PENN'A SALT ' MANUF'G . CO.,
PITTSBURGH; PA. 1 1
' VNT-auglo-eodly-j ' .
BOOTS " AND SHOES.
T. 8. HEPARD. :
1 O. BORIORR.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
rri 8. SHEPARD HAVING FORMED
X a partnership with G. H0K1GER. for the
purpose oi carrying on tbe Boot ana shoe trade at
NO. 16 SOUTH IIIGH STBEEr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and 'the
puniiogeLerauy to cau ana examine tneirnL-e ana
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' ard
Children's Boots and Snoes, this day received di
rect.) roni the bast, and which they are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing deparment special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WORK. '
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done'.
Wow mid respectfully solicit a share of publie
patronage. Please give as a call. Ho trouble to
Columbus. O.. Sept. 12. 1888. . ., df :
MTOLM, MILES & M'DOMLDS,
NO. l & 136 SOUTH HIGH STREET '
' Gr'R O O E R S,
PROPRIETORS COLUMBUS POW
DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
he sale of
GARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S
Celebrated . Sugar , Cured Hams,
and dealers in
FOREIGIT,' DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
. . GROCERIES
in all their varieties. Imported Wine. Brandies
Cigars, eto. .. . iull-eodiy
JOSEPH H. GrEIG-ER
Attorney at. Eaw. i
PARS0H BBIXDINO, -..ii jih .y.ir)
auiJe-eodanU v - COB. TO WJT A 91 6BSJS. .i
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY,
The- Shortest Route . West -i' Fo
,Chansre of Cars to Chleaaro, Pe
;." . ' eria and Indianapolis.
''' '" 1 ..wa-.-t
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Cn-
. . lumbns, a follow : t-jyt
Oil K A, M. TOLEDO EXPRE8S 8und.y.
J.0 excepted.) Arrives at MUfordSKM A. M -Lrbana8:53
A. M.; Piqua 10:05 A. M : Lima UM
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.; Detroit6:ia P. M. 1'
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo tn
Detroit 3 hours ahead ef any other rout -lO.ia
P. M. DAY EXPRESS (Sundays ex
iii.lU ceptedj Arrives at Urbane S.-oe P. Jt.i
Piqua 2:55 P. M.- Bradford Junction 3:16 P. M.:
Richmond 435 P.M.: Indianapoli 7:30 P. M., Lo-
gaosport 90 P. M.r P.nria S OS AM. n,lin,.
8;1? V,U. :,?ar-!Dltton- loa. 114)5 A. M r Louis
7 e i34 Terre aute 1IsBB M.; Mattoon
15 A. M : Cairo i:n P u . P. u . i
?n.7.A..M.: St. Louis 8.-00 a.'u., LafaVets.
""S M i,?Pr"neld, lllineis.sao A. M.; Quin
cy H:45 P M.; Keokuk S:00 P. M . ' .
Passenger by this train reach St. Loni thenext
mormnsS hen re altead, and f r noints wm
of St. Loui. ONK TRAIN' IN ADVANCE "4
all other route.
520 Sb&S?.!00 AND ST. LOUIS EX
tJ.jJ PRESS (Sunday exceoted.) Arrive at
Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Logmsport 3:05 A. M.; Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 2:05 A. M.: Terre Haute
535 A. M.; Evansville 538 P. M.; Mattoon Site A.
M.: Pana 10S5 A. M.: Alton 1:40 P. si St. In',.
:45 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Springfield, Ills.
1.-05 P. M.; Quincy 7 JO P. M.: Keokuk 8.45 P. M.
Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nashville baa P.M : Mem
phis 90S A. M.; Toledo 630 A. - Ml Detroit m
A. M ..... . ... .
. , .: t. . NEW AND ELEGANT ,. ' . t
. S 1 e e p i n g C a. r ' '
RUN IN THIS TRAIN 10 CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
' 317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE. '
Arriving at St. Louis 10 hoars sad Louisvill
8 hours ahead of any ether route.
IO. Aft A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
l.yju dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Loxansport 8:26 A.M.; Peoria
5:26 P. M.; Chicago MO P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.i Terre Haute 10:50 A.M.; Evansville 1040 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Csiro 4:15 A. M.: Pana S:15 P.
M Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. Louis 8:10 P, U.t Lafayt
ette 2 JO P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P, M.j flashvill
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. " . ' "
Passengers by this train reach St. Loui 4X end
viuiagu U mwuw mnw Ot any Otueg -
I-.-...:.,. .4 seats. j il: ,. . ...rl
State Room Sleeping Carn
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
-" i:- WITHOUT CHANGE. 7
" Call for Tickets via Logensport or Richmond
" Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depot,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. - ,
0; ,? F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent. ,
J. M. LU NT. General Superintendent
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
'' r " '' ; ' .' '- '- . i iHT
Tbree Trains LeavsCelnmlu.'(ta'
.. Depot), liailjr (sundavs excepted;
2ttO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivln .
Zanesville at 430 A. Al,; Uellair at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 4SM) A. M.; Washington City at 50
A, M. . t ; ! ' i
- Jt:iO A, M. LIGHTING EXPRESS- vrivini
st Zanesville at 1:16 P. V: Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8.28 A. M.; Washington City at a.
A- M. ':r.. , ,
2:0O P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M .: Bellaire at 80 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:46 P. M.; Washington City at5:4S P.M. .
a.Tbese trains are from TWO to EIGHT hoar
in advance of all other route to Baltimore and
Washington, ,., ,... n .- , . .. . ,
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia aod New York.
Passengers holding , through ticket to Eastern
oitiea bare the privilege of -.: ji -.
Visiting Washington City "Free;
No Change of Cars at Ohio Rivef
AsU For TICKETS vlaBELLAIR.
JNO L.WILSON, Master of Transportation,
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt. fJ
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. May nth. IMS; FOU v
TRAINS DAILY will leave Cdnmbas
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, fJAIBO, BT.
' ' I0UI8, DAYTON, RICHMOND, UT-
" DIANAPOLIS a CHICAGO. !'
Withou febange of oar to' DAYTON and "RICH '
. MOND, and only on change of ear to IN- -,
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. ,
' ... ... . : ; ,
j - ., Connection are reliable as follows -,' , ;
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). ! I'-. v.-
Leaves at lr?0 A. M7 for Cincinnati, Cirelerille
, Lancaster, Hillsboro and ChiUioothe; (top at Lon
don. Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a i
Cincinnati at 6W a- m. -.-: . -
ill II -.ii-:-.-:
i- (Daily except Sundays J ...
Leaves at SMO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and atop at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow,
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelanrf. Milford, ar
riving at Cinc-onati at 10:36 A. M., connecting
' with the Mail Boats- .......... .
i r ... (Daily except SundayO -r
I .eaves at 12:25 p. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aad
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
WO P. M. . .; i v .' . :': . :; ...-(
.ii.' 1 , FOURTH TRAIN,' ,s ; .,,..-,
. u . "Irt - CUaily except Sunday.) t t ...,.: (:;,
leaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield via London, (topping at Alton, West
. Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
Ceiiarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
' riving at Cincinnati at 10:0 ) , M,
".in - '. u : Jl r -. r'hv.'vrr :- ,i(.,i' 1-7
-!sii totll ;t 1, ri-wi v. :
Sleeping; Cars en all Iflsjht Tralsisc
, HENBYROOKS. Ticket Agent,
r.i . - JNO. W. UOHEKTY. AgenC t
; JOHN DURAND,
f DURAND. w '!- .:! ,ir.
Superintendent, I nh-jgn.-. . ,
,J O'BRIEN. ( 'lnou,mu' 5 i-,:-!
Genl Ticket Af.J ,
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY,
: -: .!. ' 9ii
j . PAN HUIDUS ROUTE. I 1 : r ;i
-r r" .. . ... , .
In and alter Jnna 39th. IF ' train. ttl -n- -
follows: -1 -i .
Leave. N. Y. Express, Mail ' Fast Line
Columbus i:O0A.M. 1:I6P,M. 11 SO A.M.
Newark....... .S:6A.-M. . 80 P. M. ; 125 P.M,
Steubenville...:OU A.M. S.-40P.M. 5:15 P.M.
Arrive at ' - - ,-'
ritteourgn....ii.io a. m.. is:oo m, ,j.7.r,Ji,
Harrisburg.... 8:20 P. M. 12:20 P. if. 8H A.M.
Philadelphia.. 1:25 A. M. 40 P.M. ! 926 A. Mr
new xork.... 6:t a. m. sasr.n.r 1100 a. m,
Baltimore :45 A. M. 6:20 P. M. 12:30 P. M.
Washington... 9.-40 A. M. , 9JM P. M. 4 P. Mi
Boston 6:00 P. M 12KX) P. M.
Elegant state room sleeping ears on an nign. train,
... .1.- .. - 1 : ,k. ..i.i,M,ui ; I .. - 1 1 .
ua uib rial wu. .u. . j . u , . mirntm
an advantaKO nevor btforooflered, . , ,
,.Aa U-,-'SCULL' '
uen i iicnoi as 1, oteunenville. O.
W. W. CARD, Superintendent, Steubenville. O.
. H.B. BROOKS.
' Tieket Agent. Colnmbus O
JOHN B. PETERS. AgenU ColuVbuilo.
jnneio-dlyjnao - ..;)
aav ana msnt cars are ruu iuninu uuu vuiumooi
to Philadelphia and New York without change, .,
5- Passenger by the 2:00 A. M. Sunday train
w. . uua.B. ALEX. HODRTON) T, TJVSL D
JT . Jte W,. B..BRbntru
i Cor. KlcU dcHlsjhstei.Celantbns, ,
: I .Mi DEALERS rt 1 '
SEW ORLEANS UGAR5 AHft H0LAB8S
. Island Sugars; Coffee, Tea 8p4e Tobaeeo