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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Tl Showing thearrivsd sad dSpertureor nates at4
ambus, Ohio. On. ami afur Jdonday, May 3i
ft asswUtVen a follow H
' ClewsIAna. Clnmt A Cn'U Brlli
-in. -X a " W)H SilWP..1 itroA.M. 1:00 A. Ml
)lawar. Aowntnodetiad.1. :0o P."M." 10:35 A. M3
Aa 1 AOfOKOB WU A. it. SJ5 f. U.
.-ol btoiiiilTtM 8mna anrtn-t"M(jn(J7.
lo mahU J i !i r (JAMBS' PATTERSON ' Agent,
Little niaaU AColnxabnset. Xenia B.R.
ARBIVE.
NightExprew..... ISO A. M. 18:56 A. M
netnaati Aeoummodetion. 5:00 A. M. 3i p. M.
..4t,.V.iIK P.M.- Hi. M,
6:16 P. M- lS P. M
JSOjw, vOHBRTX Agent
Baltimore Ow.la K all row , Central
Ohio Division.
v;-t-f3 lit J ';-S i i
Nirht Express
" iA
L1V. , . ABRIVB.
.". t:10 A. M. UrK P. M.
. JklO A. M. 4:43 P. M.
Lightning fcxpi
A-xpress. Mail-
JKP. M. 1130 A. M.
' A. . Smith, Atent. -
InatknsVCh lease and Indiana Central
ssoUlwar '
' MaVB.
ABBIY1.
uitv.t A. HlIX, Agent, t
anaasfty ! Aaasfisl'd tc Newark H. K.
L Trains leave Newark and arrive aa follow .-.
, ,.IAV. AKRIVS.
Freight .'.',? 00 A.M. 9 P.M.
HtUtixj IrptM.r.Ju....i..M.iaA.ll. .SSP.M.
S P.M. .46A.M.
Mausaeld iifiM ..- .....
- . , a A. W.Dxums, Agent. .
Flttssarrht Cincinnati St. Agents
--Ball war.
.rtisir i.Ui.,. Miuin-''nm.
New York Express-.." 00 A. M. 11:16 P. M.
Lightning, towMUs , j.US A- M. f ? 6:00 P. M.
Mall end Express.. 1:16 P. M. 11:66 A.M.
Denateon Accommodation 6:0 A. M. ' 6.-40 P. M.
' New York Express run duly. , All other train
ran daily, exeept Sunday. .
' Dennuon Aocommodation ttart from fraighl
yard i '
n. , ; ' , John B. Pxtkbs, Agent
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
v-Vni ''-': I'-'i ( .AMtTM.;: JPLOBM. t
XaiUni' Throne Mails, a. a. r. au A. a r. V
ia StnbnTilla ana
Xaalorn Way Mailt, C. C
K..
1230
ISM
larthwast. Tia Ft. W. ? "
O, g. O. A C. B. B. .i-. t0 W
Chicago, ria V, P. 4 1. U.,t. . : "
4:15
Little Miami B.R Thro' .
11:30
ll:SO -j 7:3B
Little Miami B. R., Wa. ,
- fcaoerrille Wbeeliog . J HM
Ci O. B, Wit.....".-..::- UM "ISO
.... t0,Jl
7.M
Vlrelerille, UbiUieotne m
PglUiaoath..f...-. tii, 'trO
Lancajter, Ohio AM
fast ay. National Eoad. 10:50 ....
a. Tarnon Way. Wester-i --M'
tti.4e..., ........KJO ....
forth Col umbm and Clin- --,-,
i 7ao
.10
- i
!.
i.K ' :-i
i b
WathinirtonC.H.,TiaHar-
fwbaraV'-'i (tri-weeklyj
. arriTee Monday W ed-
tudin, A rndari, and
' lee Tee Taesdaya, TBarf
1 fltn anil fiafcardara.t..
Centre "V Ulaie. (tri-week-)
ly J Taesdaya, Thnraday
nj KatnnlKTfl.: . )
4a
ttiiini Knmii-j)ffim nTiene at nVilnoV A.
imdcloeeeatlHP. M. Sundays, opens at 8 A.M.
avdeloaeaatvM A.M. - ' -
at P. H.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. THE WANDERING WAVE.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. THE WANDERING WAVE. BY MORTIMER COLLINS.
O. soft is the aoBC "of omnipotent oeeen.
. WbB storms bare toritotten to rare, ' ? - -)
When slow oa the sand with Toluptnons motion . ,
Comes the wash of -the wandering ware - :
When like wtnss athwart the mist, ! '
White sails flash through the amethyst,
And we all may see who list.
. vf Teseias; tresses sephyr- kissed. ' .' -j
fif the sea: br the sea: .
White young heirta an touched by a tender amo
tion ..i . .
At the wash uf the wandering ware.
. -itfrtnilT. .1 mrill V'IotsWV,s$
Ah, Ursrer. thoa rxqnlsiu moment, sh, linger
, . While life in saoh beauty we lave. s , ... .
Ak. speed not the time by the touch of a finger
- Whila waabes the wanderinc waTe
i
While young eyes are full of lisht,
While young eheeks with joy are bright,
(Jare and toil bare taken Bight.
- '- - Life's stern riddle's read aright,
. i . . t By the sea; by the see? : -.;.,". i
And in slamour of magioal gladness we linger . . .
By the wash of the wandering ware. ''
: 5" ijj i w t-.--.s-s h.' . i
There's si rotoe in young hearts like the' BighSn-f.-.
ie's twitter, i o-m ; i.t..;ii;..(
When Hesperus elimbs from his ears, .
There's light in young eyes .like the love-planet's -.
glitter '
- O'er the wash of the Wandering ware; r . .
i And the sweet autumnal time ., i, -,..,,;
. Jr , , Echoing to the ooeao'chime , '. ..,
' 1 fills young breasts with dreams sublime, "'
'"- ) ' LoTelier than the poet's rhyme, - ;i
'". i By the sea, by tbesea. .,.'- o ;
Ah. far from these, haunts be all -cares that em-.
bitter. . ,
: While Wa sues the wandering ware. ;'. '
AGRICULTURAL.
'i'SaVb' the, Dead Lbaves. If every
horticulturist and farmer - would tbiok ,
leaveB which contain not only the veg
etablainiatterr , but the earthy salts,
lime; potash, ec needed for1 the' next,
season's growth and fertility and that,
too, exactly in the-, proportion required,
by the treq or plant by which they fall; '
naV. toiorei if they would; consider that
i is exactly in this way ,'by the deeom-j
position of these' very fallen Ieaves,,Jbat
db tare, enriches the soil, year after year.1
in. her great forests, it would hardly be
possible for such a reflecting .horticultu-
rist or farmer to allow these leaves to. be ;
swept away by every wind that blows,
atid finally lost altogether; ! . ' J ' l
.Nor .would he give . thern away," as;
rhany now do.-; He would rather collect,,
from week: to week,; the leaves that fall
under each tree,' and; by digging "them;
under the soil, about the roots, where".
they will decay, provide in the cheapest,
manner th. best possible ' food for that
treei;1 If this plan should be; tried, We;
should not see old orchards dying out for -want
of nourishment;, but they would, in-
this simple manner, receive all the en-,
riching they required. . Pear trees, and
doubtless' the; peach, would , be, greatly '
benefitted by the procedure. In certain,
vineyards in France and Italy, the vines .
arftfkSptn-the highest condition by
aimrtT-w nTirwiho" at f.rtHir rnnfa AWnr-w Ipflf
and branch, thai is pruned off, : or falls ,
Irom the vines at the close of the season.
. Will not some of our farmers of inqnir-i
ing' minds v0 jthisJ simple process, a,
trial this ceasont . ; It is a. well known :
fnct ' that no manure is; more - eagerly :
sought for by the, florist than leaf ma- :
Ti . t . : t i ;
nurv.r-7 J.I cniciu iargcijr miu tuecuujpus
prepared for potting., LLeaves collected -arid
mixed with barnyard manure great- '
ly enhance Its' .value. ; Therefore gather'
up the leaves that nothing shall be lost. ,
hEx$Iag& tiit-f- v .:;U. ;i v;! V.'
'SbtOot More Plum Trees There ;
B"'a, secret l.about-pluni;- raising.; We 2
hive' discovered it in traveling over the ,
ceontryi n-We never visited a large plum
orchard in our life that we did not find '
lentr of the fruit. Now these facts set"
usUp; thinking; andy the result :of ou'
thouehts is-this: that it is very easy to
have all: tbtr plums you want to eat and
sell. The ecret connected with plum
raising is to plant- plenty. of trees so as
to give frnitto Xh eurcnlio and to your-
. self also. .... '.r?r
Tf vou will: riant fifty or, a. hundred
trees, you will have . fruit , enough .' forr
everybody Jbvery Bucn orcnara ma.
we evef visited had plenty of ripe fruit,!
Some even complained that the curculio'jl
did not thin out the fruit enough that,,
the trees were overloaded. -.-.oa-we say
to our readers', if you plant plums at all,
plant fifty or one . hundred trees then
you will be sure to have all the fruit you
want. It sells from five to ten dollars a
bushel and is one of the most -profitable
crops raised Rural- World. '
&TR1NOHALT iw OBSES.--Tbis1 blern
ish in horses baa been defined to ha. .f a ;
nervous affection for which there ia.no
1
.r.lf,1 1 1 fcjfcifrV'JOl S i
cure." Until recentlv this definitidn
,W14hae,KeWlfke0epted ep3enhini.-U
thorough, kaewledgy of the jet
erinary art, in connection with-a closer
anatomical knowledge' of the horse, has
rendered that, rersiorv ebe lntft.-n .
5v2thfrf affeclionl is riow 'hoWn to U,
noVon brigirjatitig Irfliervous'debifity;
but. one arising from the strain and c-n-seausat
iBflamraatioa oC-aa elastio cord,
extending-4TOTrf-tbe4,hock-'tTithr hoof
loint. This cord lies immediately under
the main middle 'vein, and in case of
strain'; the inflammation , which, ensues
may affect the nerves and other parts in
sympathy, calling off : the mucous secrp
tjonswrendering , this cord elastic, and
thus pausing a britch or a halt.- , -
If the skin is slit by a skillful and
toadv hand, four inches above the hoof
of Jhe affected ; "leg, ' and this cord be
carefully, drawn ..out) with' an awl and
severed, it will relieve the horse of all
lameness as soon as the wound is healed,
and -experience has Bhown' that no in
jury results from the operation.' The
incision should ' be' washed often witu
warm' castile soap suds, and annointed
with sweet oil, or some healing oint
ment, and the horse kept quiet till the
core is effected. Rural American. 1
MISCELLANEOUS.
18S7-
In no previous year ha there
been such strong competition among
aU the leading Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the present. At all tlie
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 Heversible
Feed Loch-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine,' . It received the First and
Highest Frize as the best Family
Sewing Machine at the' following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Vni-r
verseUe, Paris f American Institute
Fair,; New Totk New England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
It I ; the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo f the Oreat Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.: that 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 GOLl
MEDAL,", the highest Prize the
Institute confers, r .-:t "': .. n.--..' . - x
, --, -, . , -. ,. .. i .... - .
It would seem aa If this succession of tri
umphs ahould be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of (he great superior
ity of the FLOEBHCE oyer all others aa a
Family Sewinc Machine. ".
A written warranty la given to the pur
chaser, that the Machine WILL Do AXZi
that is claimed, for it, and ahould it tail, it
will be taken back, and the MOBZY BS-
ITJITDED. v ;:-
Frineipal Office and SaUtreom, Xo. XS West
Jrbwrtik Street, Cincinnati, O,
H. KcCOmmXXs aeneral Ag-eat.
At.the Ohio Statu Fair, whirtli elnnfMl at Toledo.
SeDtn-ber !5h. 18. the FLORENChi received
the FtBST PBEMUXtot the best Family Sewing
uaonmes over seven competitors.
Kend for a eirenlar. oreall and examine the
chines at the new 8alesroomsj . j -
91 East State St., Colaabas, Ohio.
' v "' W. S. BB0WN, Agent.
:Je7 Ail kinds of stitehinr dona to order, and
atisfaotion guaranteed.- . ootSe-dimatawT&a
J. VIENNOT & CO,,
general' newspaper" 1 1
Advertising; Agents.
SL 133 Naaeaa Street, lew Kara.'!
1 ':: iEatabiUhed ia last J - ..i
.; -. ! . .-.' :
We beg to eall the attention of advertisers to
ourageney. Our facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro folly prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to rive superior inducements.-
We slso send advertisements to all Cuban
atd South A merioan papers, with whom we hare
exclusive con'racts WesretheonW house doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BDSINESS.
We esn, by special permission, refrr to ' '
Mr. H. 1. HautauLD,, Druggist, 684 Broadway.
New fork.
Messrs. H. R. Tahdczib Co.. 193 Greenwich
street, New York. , . .
Messrs. Hau, A RccagL, 318 Greenwich street.
New York.
Messrs. G. Bstroa'S Son A Co., Type Founders, U
Chambers street. . : . ' ' . ! ..
Messrs. PaaaON A Sow, New Yerk.
Messrs. belon A ('ollfndkf, NewYork.' "
Messrs. Takuant A Co.. New York. ' - 'V:,
Messrs Chickskino A Son, New Verk. W ; :
Messrs. Badwat A (Jo.,New York-i , , ,
,oeta0ieod3ia - , -
' S. 3. PINNEY'3
jQiNCING ACADEM V IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUGHTOM HALL.
For juveni'es. Saturday afternoon.' from t ts S
P.- M - Gentlemen's aveniae claas at, AMBOS
HALL. S3d. int.. at S o'olook P, M. . . ootu '
. t.'I'OIt
A' PAIR OrVJOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
sound. W ill be sold tow. . - -
augaa-dtf- , K1CHARU NEYlNS.
BANKERS.
Pi Wi ' HUNTINGTON &, CO..
BANKERS
Corner Broad & High StB.
n'N 'n
COLUMBU8, OHIO.
! febt-dly .,
r.HiTDH. JOS HUT0HSS0K.' W.B. BATflZV.
HATDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
;-L.lbr
J3B
NO, IS S. IIICiH SXUEEX,
i tanao-dly-r
Cotnmbus, O.
-PROPOSALS.'
SEALED ; PROPOSALS
rrflLLBEHECElVeDlT THE OF.
VV . fioe .of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
vuio. until - -
, lHoadsy, lav. d, 1868, ';
at o'clo-k P. M for famishing materials and
doing the following wora:
Vnv mAinr and naving the sidewalks and i
treat front' Hickory alley: to North
: For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks.
gutters ana crossings on xuira street irom aortn
street to north fublie lane. .. '
: Km-rradins and renavins the sidewalk and rut.
ter on the south side of Chapel street from High
street to Fair alley, and grade and gravel the road
way of Chapel street from High street to Front
street. . -. ' "
For gra ling and repaying the sidewalks, gutters
and ercsaingaon the south side of Rich street in
front of lot No. of Denison's subdivision of out-
'PvPl-itnrandnavinctha nnpaved sidewalks
cotters and crossings on the south side of North
street from Third street to Fourth street,.
For building a double row fisg erossing across
Mound street at the west side of Higit street.
To .wA rmvinff the nnpaved sidewalks
on the west side of Sixth street from Town street
"Vu. t?A. 1 iii iwtnnanad bvthw Committee of the
ward in which the improvement js to be made. The
eommittee reserve uieriaiit w ibjov. muj v wavw
at their disoreUon. - - - - -' ; .' :
( ... ..i f . . City Civil Engineer.
fJltv Civil Sngineei'l effioe, No. W South High
street. np stairs. ,',, ceUMW
J)RyrrGOQDS,r, f
-J-
-4-
18w8.- AUTUMN.5'" 1868
slJJil Kin Hiioi : - ' i'.'B 'fir! J fl.Jll I
2 a v'Rufl i vnttwn li. 5?no!'Mj
GIIfiflRISfGRAriliCO:
Nos, 23, 25, 27 4 29 S.Hiirh Street
:f'i(n.i f-.y will "' ......
TTTOlTgU IieWITK THE ATTEHTIOX
VV of Purchasers to their anasaally extensive
era elegant assortment pt..,,, . 1 . :.
.,iM Extra Rt'oh Black Sifks;' !"'.'.1'1 j'0-'"."'
"'' Novelties in Fancy Silks: '" '
Popliiu and Empress Cloths;'-' n V"
French Merinos aad Cashueresj .r- , .-
, , Knglish and French tSerges; ' ,
' Chamelion Epinglines;
" M Bieh Lyons Cloak Velvets:
-Novelties in Plash Cloakines; --
Velveteens for making Costumes;
Astraohan and Chinchilla Cloakings;
rnperb Paisley Shawls;
: Cashmere and Broche rjhawla; 1
: , h. Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sets;
.; Harris1 Seamless and Alexandres' Kids;
Superior Wi ter Hosier);
Misses' and Mea's Merino Vests. "
MOST COMPLETE
; STOCK
IN THE CITY
: House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Itl.nknt. Xln.lin. l.inAna
Sheetings. Lice Cunains, Towclings, io Ac
Also.lnmmin batins.
ALL AT THE ,
YERY LOWEST PRICES.
' Merino Cndergarments of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a tresn. stook ol sloop bkirts and Uoneta in the
newest styles.. . ,
oct d3m
GILCHRIST. GRAY k CO.
MTJGI1T0jt'S
FALL AND . WINTER
j,. ' ( ... . . :
EXTRAORDINARY ; INDUCEMENTS
' , TO ' BUY AT
; - - - ' .. '1 :
. ; ' ' -..' "-" : ; 1
NAUGHT ON ' S !
Pare has ers of Dry Goods are oordially invited! to
eaii ana examine tne
: 1, : ... .
$ E W- S T O C K.
DRESS GOODS .
FANCY GOODS"
SHAWLS ...
DOMESTICS
EVERYTHING ..
CHE API
: CHEAP
CHEAP!
....:...CHEAP
CHEAP 1
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 Sc. 188 Reuth High street,
noyll-dly-aprlT - COL VMS US. OHIO.
CLOTHING.
ojL.o'xvaaxrvGr, . .
CUSTOM : AND READY-MADE !
.. .. - . . THE OHIO r
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
,JT0. 185 OPSBA. BOUSE BLOCK, - -'
v'":"i --'; Celumbss, Obi.
A RCPRBB NEW NTOCK at CLOTHS
V Casaimerea. Ovareoatina and Veatinaa. hotb
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear,
1 GENTLEMEN OF FASHI01J '
Will always find both onr materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mode. We stall spare
no pains in prod using tne most elegant and lash-
lonsoje garments u oe louna anywheie. . 7 .
EEADY-MADE CL0THIN(J, Z
Of which a great part is maaufantured hr ourselves
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways owioana en our sneivee, in ail the varieties
01 ine season, at very low prices. ...:,
GENTS' FUBNISHTNG G00D3
In full lines, always kept oe hand.
.. tfaartr. mhik, Superintendent.
... JOHN RICH Treasurer.
- W. G. faBKS. Foreman. -t ..
Oct23-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S,;;;;'
ClothiDg Emporium,
' No, 220 8outh High St.,
COMJMBIJS, OHIO.
r HATE JTTJST BECEIVED THE
A largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
uoods ever orougnt to uus eivy, oonsisung of
French,
. EmigllsBlx tuitl .r..
... jDomeetlo Clotliai. .
' . Casslmerea, Sco.J
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices, r , ' .1 .: 1
' Also keep constantly on Hand a well selected
OOOKOT
i READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER.
juM-dly
0 South Hiah atreef.
COMMISSION.
'yyWL MONYPENY,
Forwardinsr 1 and " Commission
I ;;;;i" jmcerchant,' .; ;! ,..'
I DKaLBB IM . . i . '
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
ODB, whukf, Ac.
- T st Prices Paid at all, times for
vera, w saney, e c, etc.
'. r fTo e i.".. '.' 1
Hear West End at Nat'l R ad. Brldsre
COLUMBUS, CBJO.
feblS-deodly
-COAL.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WU.ii CONT1W DE THE COAL BUSI
NESS at his present stand, .
- No. 1S5 North High treet,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, whioh he is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price. ,
, asT Special attentioa paid to Shipping.
V. ).
-ibr,i ..printinq-i'h! 'i vt ; :
in T-t'l ? ,f:-i-iii.iv ,-uii hJ ' t:--;:.-'5 j
1 ithua: n-.-r? nvan 1 v'nf u..i-l'o-tj j
;i HE LARGEST AND MOST,, COM
i 00K & iOB PRINTING
ESTABIiISHMENT
J)N CENTRAL OHIO.
l?ROIIlIiaTOIl.S.
iy:os. 36, 38 &, 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO-
'joe attention the Business Public called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment,
We hare in constant use
ileven Steam Power Presses
or m-
fiEST AND LATEST ; KINDS'
And our ability to get out wont promptly is ,
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to oar already
LARGE VARIETY
JP BIN TING TYPES,
And we feel eonfident to satisfy all who may give
' as a oall. Oar large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of -
BOOK PRINTING !
Ia the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
: eall the attention of those wasting anything
in this inetothe
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That w have executed iu th past year. 1
JOB PRINTING !
The reputation of this Honse for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
- , Employing, as we do. none but the
Best of Workmen.
. ' And having a full assortment of th ,
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
" We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
, . , ALL KINDS OF , ..
Mercantile,
1 ' Railroad, .
Bank and ' ;
t . Commercial ,
' ; Printing,
.j '. ; ,.: . srroH as '
Bill Heads, Cards, - "
........ ) .': '(!
Circulars, Letter Heads,
! Blanks ofau kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c, &c. -
i.- ' ; . IN FACT,
EVERY m OF JOB PRIMING
. ris . ;-
. Needed by the business public.
"We also keep en band a larger stock of
PAPERS OF UL KINDS
Than any other Printing Honse in the city such as
Super BovaL , Mtdlam, '
i Demy, . .. Crowa Cap,
Cap, .. Letteraad
Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as we
do, dirsetly from the manufacturer, we are ,
. enabled to do our work at correspond
.Ii . ingly low rates, i We are Sole -
Agents for the .! ... ? ,
-CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PL4TNEB & PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
. manufactured by as. We are prepared to
v. ; fill all orders for : , .
J" ourn 1 aa, ;
Day Booka,
Aad all kinds of Blank Books now in ase. These
eoks are all done ia the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
thislino. ' - . i ; ' .
Ol V E US A CALL,
: : NEVINS &: MYERS,
SO, tg WortW; lUcIt Street.
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- ; i.-u ','i.b. :
; MEPICAJr PPAITIONS.
7" t in
R O S A D A LIS!
ijni&rtM tldfiioctH Ss(lcsfol
THE GREAT
3' ' " d'-'!vJ i
HEALTH RESTORER!
1-v .r5 1 v; l-.'.l r-1 j
'. -: ' 1 ! . '.-.. ' r" ;,:(o j
The Best Blood Pander in the
' v v';:.' :' World. -v '
' UR. LAW RENCE'9 '
COM1?OIJJVI EXTRACT
ROSADALIS!
A Safe nod Certain Care (and the
only one yet discovered) for
'. ,. i : ... " ' : . .1 ' v .
Hcrofula ' la It - Vartona Ferns,
. ; . .; such as-., Vi. "'
V', i.' . , r . . ... . :., : .
CoDinmptioB ia its early stages, Knlargemea
. and Dlaeratioa of thl Glands, Joints, .
..-Bones, Kidneys and Cterua, ,
Chronio Kheomatiam,
Eruptions of the
. Skin, Chronic J
Sore Eyes, ,. )-.,
as,
" . ALSO .' ' . ...
a -sr x n x xj x s x
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS,
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, ' Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the Back, Imprudenoe in
'Life. Gravel. -
GENERA! IIX IIEALTn,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THB t .
Blood sUwer, Kidneys Sl Bladder.
Ttthoroushlv eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores too entire system to a
healthy condition.
IT 18 PERFECTLY HAEMLE33, never pro-
uucing tne sugntest injury, . . ... i
THE ROSADALIS r
Is note secret medicine. 1 The articles from which
it i made are published around each battle, end it
is used and recommended by the Medical Facultj,
wbere-er it hss been introduced, as a POSITIVE
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and Aidnera. -. --. - -
tW Used and Indorsed , by tbe
lending? Pbysiclana everywhere It
la ksowa.
The following, among many hundreds of our best
eitisens, testify to its wondenui emcaevi ...
CERTIFICATES FROM PBVSICIAlfS.
' . BaliTiMOBS, Hp., Hareb e. 1868.
IoelieveDr. Lawrence's "ROS AD ALIS" to be
the- BiST ALTiBiT.va m Uss, and therefore
cheerfully reoommend it as such.
. . THOMAS J. B0T KIN. M. D.
- i, .' BaLTTMOBs. February 10, 1868
ria. 1. J. l.AWWWHriW. - - 1 i ...
Dehb Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADAL1S as a very powerful alterative. Ihave
seen it used in two cases with happy resulta one a
ease of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient
Dronounced himself cured after havinu taken five
bottles of our medicine. Tbe other a ease of
sorolula, of long f tai dicg. which is rapidl improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that tbe
patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam
ined the formula by wbich your Koseda.is is made.
and find it an excellent compouna ol alterative in'
gredients. . I ours truly, 0 ARB, II D
' We know Dr. Lawrence's Bosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to tneprotession ana tne publio.
- . . . A. D, MOORE, 11. D.,
, ; L. A. STITH, M. D.,
, .J. H. winsteadm.d..
R. G. BAKHAM.M.D.. ,
W. G.DUGUatf. M. O ' :
E.BARNKN. M. D.. . -.
B. W. KING. M.D.,
8. WOODaRU. M. D..
W.T. BREWER, M.D.;
. W.J. BULLOCK!. M.D.
Jannn T 1fM.
I hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
eommunity. . Tl CI DAVIS.
Mayor of Wilson, S.C
January 11, 1888. l
Roaadalla will Cure the Wen
Cases -of Scrofula-Reed the
Statement Below and Despair
. IVOt.. . ' . ", ....
Wilson Countt. September 10, 1867.
Dr. i. i. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, agea nve years, nas neon areaatuiiy ai
fiicted with rrrofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; ia faot, most of them said there was no nope
of on re. Uunng tne lastf pricgsna was worse tnaa
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in tnis condition i was ad
rifled by Dr. L. A. Stitb to try your Roaadalis. I at
-Mice prooured three bottles, and commenced giving
it tn her. The effect was uianical. In less than a
month, to my great astonishment, she was entirely
ars, with much respect and gratitude.
w. nr. iJitajiii
Kosadalls Cares all Skin Diseases.
WU.83M. B.C., September 15, 1867,
Dr. Tawrencej Dear Sir In l86t my son, now
aged five years, wss vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, whioh completely destroyed bis
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sores, so. Bosadalis was
pres ri bed by my family physician. Dr. A.D. Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well.
Yours truly,
J.B.DANIEL.
j .- ; .,- . - , ' ij
S Chronio IJwer Complaint Cared.
Tliia 1. fr. eertifv that T was cured of Chronic Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrenoe's Bosadalis, after
having been confined to my I ed and bouse for a long
time, and trying various mediuines without benefit.
I know of several others in this eonnty cured
thpnnffh t.be n, of Roaadalis. and it can be found in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all cmse u asa great meojoine. .
, inuoAo lavafl.
Green County, August 14, 1867. .
Roaadalis Is a Potent Remedy in all
Chronic Diseases. : ""
raoa G. W. Bloont, Esq., Attobnbt at Lav
, . Wilson. Kokth Cabouna.
' I have been enred of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
Bosaoaiis. . UI.U. w.BLUUAT.
Roaadalis will '. Cure , tbe Tery
Worst Cases of Cbronlo
; i " Kbenmatisxn. -,.- -. -..
Portsmouth, Tju- Tsbruary 85. 1868.'
Haptain J.H.Baker: .V::
ninSit. This isk sscrtifv that I hava bean
afflicted wun ttneunensm tor- tne last nve or six
years, many times aaable to move. I tried all med
icines reeommesded to. me f or th disease, without
receiving any be. cent. Having beard "Kosadaiis"
highly spoken of, I prooured a. bottle, and, finding
Some reiiei, bwjwubou uui.li x am nappy 10 say
that I am completely well. . .
. I not onlv consider the "Rosada'ia"aaeviiMifra
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it alto a pre-
ainicusa. : - i ours, very trniy,"
.--ve JAsLES WEBB. .
; ... . i i -.- ' ,. -. .
Wrr.firw. .TannM.7 lsaa
' Hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
iuatlv celebrated Bosadalis in mr faailv a a
era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most eatisiae-
tory results, ana i cneretore conscientiously reoom
mend it to the publio as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. : JA.MfcS W. DAVIS,
i.i . oncna ot Wilson county. N.C.
ROBADALIS. This medicine baa met with an nn.
Breeedented suecess in thiseommnnity. Capt. Ba-
ftor, uv iw.w .uu K.wkibivv asjenx lor tnis oly, in
forms us that it ia next to impossible to supply the
demand made for it;, and that the medicii e is effect
US some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who have- used ft XorfoUt (FoJ
Prepared onlv bJ .J. I.a'WRKNnR V T)
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of ilson. X, CJ
Price Si Mper bottle..
arSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Drneaista in all th lririifiM of the United estates
and-British . America, and retailed by druggists
everywhere. - .
au letters or inquiry te.jmimpui,""".
AHrirM. lr. y r i.iwRRNOt' A CO.. sole pro-
Kietors aad manufacturers, S44 Baltimore street.
atimcre,Ald. - ' "
WESTERN DEPOT, ;
230 Vino St., Cincinnati, O.,
srVnr aala in Columbas by Braun. Brnek A Co.
Huston A Gardner. Sk . bamual A Co.. and B
Jones 4 Bon..,. ........ ... ,. maylH-dAwly .;,
i V it.ti.-- ii'"
TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
"Tixr X'x-sa-lxijn .XDa.Xy,' !
; : ; , EXCEPT ;SUNDAT. , , ; i !
From Columbus, in connection with Trains en the
Little Miami A Col am bus A.Xeab
- - J - Railroads.. .
U ; " ' ' .''-'-' -'',
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbas at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
-' Galion, Crestline, Shelby. Mew London, Welling-
; ton, Graf too and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
:20 A.M., Now Tork 7.-00 A. M. This train leaves
1 Buuday morning, not Monday. , , .
, 0. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
- at 5K A. M. Will Stop at all way stations. This
, train starts fro the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
- ll.-W A. M. . M ill stop at Delaware Cardingtoa.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
" Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
, P. M.. New York next day at P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus atla
- P. M. Will stop at Worthit.ston, Lewis Center
. Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
' New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at:36 P. M New York 1030 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION V1ADEL-
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3KB P. M. Will
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring
"field, arrivina at Delaware at :10 P. M Springfield
CSOP. M. This train leaves Hpringfield atSOA.
io2s A.M.
w.ivcs si vusssn st a.. JS.: uoiuiubas
. A U - ,
,..- i ( ."--.i.".i !?.
. Pa teat Sleeping Cars are ma on a
Nlgbt 'Ira i as to Chicago, ,
We w Tork and
-Boston.
"" Baggage checked through to New Tork and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
RETURNING:
' Nisht Express arrives atColumbns at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11 je
P. M .
- Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 1:10 P. M.
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbu
at 1034 A.M.
Fare as Low as by aar Other Haute,
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland :
E. 8. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON.
. Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
Columbus. May 11. 188.
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
'
.F O R T R E XI A I R .
.
-; ; "' Improved I - " '"
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully. -
It keeps the Soslp Clean and Healthy. . - .
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. -' . :
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. ,
.B keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.,.
It restores Grey Hair to itu Original Color. ' .'
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
.. fit.?- . ,.: - .f.f.i ; !;i
yean. -
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
.- -u ! We substances., .-; ,,..-.-6; - ;
It has received over six thousand voluntary testl
monials of its excellence, many " whioh are from
physicians in high standing. . 1-
. It is sold ia 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
Schieflelin A Co., New York. 8CHNY-mohJ7-dly
, A New Article of Food,
It was M. Brill at Savarin, thecelebrated French
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more for Society than the
man wuo aisooveis a iriauet. . ids -
CACIO DI MtCCARO.M -
or Italian prevared Cheese Maocaronl. is now of
fered as a most delioious. wholesome sod piquant
emneitioie (convenient lunonJ tor tne useot fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
ana tor ase in Beer a loons, Bar or sample Kooma.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches flcelese "Bita fet-
Un M pan eondentro." Especially is it adapted
lor tnose climates wnere tne article ot cneese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
It may he used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Stews and wanned upon a stove, after the eaa
Das Deen opened, it makes, without turtner prep
paration, a Dblioiocs Wilsh Rabsbit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more foonom-
leal and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted Meats. - . .
The proprietors and Patentee cannot bnt ask for
It a trial.
Send 85 for sample dozen K lb Cans. and BT0H-
LT GILDED show card, securely packed, anj ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal disoounts
made to tbe trade. - -
N. B. Tha (iLftin 1 Maftnaronf ts -nnfc na In tin
boxes, and packed in eases of two doseu at is per
case, net cash. - - .
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
rruit stores.
Responsible acents wanted everywhere. '
AU orders and eommunioatione should be ad'
oressed to
.I'll T i Ttrivr.C3a.rtW r. i nn muDl V V
AUf. AJI J.1UO lull UAViu wai.t. .
98 Liberty Street, Mew York. '
vaT-scpxa-aeoaemos
PITTSBURGH.
( Natrona Saleratiis
A WORD WITH. YOU!
BR FAD IS THIS JTFF OF LIFE
your most important article ot diet. The health
ot your family largely depends upon its Doing
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
. Would you have it so 7 Then use only ."
NATRONA SALERATUS!
-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PCRE.-Bs 'J
Whiter thsn snow : makes Bread always light
wnite ana eeauuiui. -rsae a pouna aome
i to your wife to-night- She will be j
' ' delighted with it.
t.-'-.--ij i.i . .- , . lii .-r.O
Buyers of Soda should try our -" ; 5 -
BI-CARBOAATE OF SODA.
VV e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American mass, nut even purer tnaa tne nest new
CasUe or Anglian oaa.
MANUr ACTUBID BT TBS -'
PENN'A cSALTMANUF'G CO.
1UI VI T UWI,
(
L t.'l. ". ; i
PITTSBURGH,
.VnTMet0-M31w'-r f-1
I BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. - BXF ABC
O. BOSiesK,
CHEAP. BOOTS "AND SHOES.
- -: : ! 'NEW 'FIBar.1';'
T. S. tHEPAnil HATHO FOBUBD
. a partnership with G. H0R1GER. for the
purpose of .carrying oa the Boot aad Shoe trade at
I0. lt &OIJTU HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their, friends and the
PUDUC generally to can ana examine tneirni'e uu
well selected stook or Lsdies , Gents', aisses ana
Children,' Boots and Sboes, this day received di-
rartfrnm the K&Kt. and whioh thev are now offering
tor sale en the most reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and prouiptly done.
.j . x' . , i . .h.re of publio
patronage. Please giye us a oaU...No trouble , to
Colnmbus. O., Sept. la. 1868. ... -ygtr
GROCERS.
M'COLJI, ' MILES &-MTOALDS,:
' no. ia & SOUTH 'HIGH STREET" ' '
GROOERS, . ,'
TtROPRieTORt coLririBi7 voxr
DER MAGAZiN E. sad agents for the sale of
Hazard rowder company's, rowaer. Agents lor
he sale of
GARDNER, PHIPPS CO.'S .-;
Celebrated,.; Sugar Cared -Ilaass,
! and dealers in .
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC ANB STAPLE
GROCERIES : -,
in alt their' varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, eto. - . ' iull-eodiy -.
JOSEPH ' h: 3 geiger
;',.;-. Attorney at JLavre i iiv i
PABsoirs .vnuaaai 101 -t'i
U.2i-o&3mi.i C0B.TQTy BIOS STS..,
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Rsafe Wrst-ilte
Change of Cava to Chicago, pgi-C
.:. oria and ladianapolis.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Onion Depot T7n--)umbus,
as follows:
fi.JK A.' M." TOLEDO EXPRES9 (Snndsys
U.lty excepted.) Arrives at Milford 8 A. M.:
l)r bans 8:53 A. M.; Pi qua 104)6 A. M : Lima UM
P. M.' Toledo 3:15 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. M.
Passengers by this train arrive st Toledo aa
Detroit 3 hours aaaed of any other rout
10.10 P. M- VkX UXPRB ' (Suwtart ex-,.i-
-eentedj Arrives at Urbane i-VO P. M.l
Piq.ua SS P. M.; Bradford Junction 8:1 P. i)J
nionmons fcss P.M.: lodianapotis 7:30 1'. 11., Lo-aansoort9-o
P. M . P.... . . u .V..ir.'i.
M? M. : uaV,r"rton,-. low- A- h S Lowis
yillel JO A.M.t.Terre Haute 110 P. M-: Mattoon
WLMi Cairo 4:40 P. M.; Pans S-SlA. M.- Al
toa 7K. A; M-: St. Louie 80 5 u , I Jf
110 P. M.; Springfield, lllinni. e-in a'u . n..;.
ey 11:45 f M.; Keokuk S:0 P. M.- ' : " j
- Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next
mornings hours ahead, n4 f.r nointa wast
of St. Louis ONE TRAIN' IN ADvIncK "f
all ether routes.- . . . .
PRbSS (Sundars exenntfd i n
Piqua8:48P. M.; Logmsport 8:05 A. M.: Chicago
a. ni., iam.u.iwu, .ww a. . m.z terre tiaute
55 A. Evaoeville 68 P. M.; Mattoon SOU A.
M.; Pana 106 A. M.; Alton 10 P. M.: 8t. Louis
1:45 P. M.; Lafayette 7:16 A' M.: Sprinsfield, ills.
1:05 P. M Quincy 7M P. M.: Keokuk 8.45 P. M.
Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nashville BOO P.M : Mem
phis 9:16 A. M Toledo 60 A., ii.: Detroit SrSS
A. M. .
vnv ..' :- WE W AND ELEGANT . ?. " . ?
V 8 1 e e p 1 n g Cars.'
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. L0DIS BOOTB TO MATTOON, ILL.
317 MILKS, WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis 10 hoars and Louisville
assrs sstsa or any other route.
lO.AS A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to la
1 A,W diaoapolis. and. Sundays excepted, te
Chicago. : Arrives at Logansport835 A. M.: Peoria
6:15 P. M.: Chioaao 10 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute 10:50 A.M.; Evansville 104M P. M.
Mattoon 1:10 P. M.j Cfiro 4:16 A. M.: Pana 1:16 P.
Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 Pr M.: Lafay.
ette 20 P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P. M.; Nashville
40 A. M., Memphis 3:16 P. M. nsaavjua
Passengers by this train resch St. Louis 4K and
Chicago 0 hoars akest of say other
route. - . .
State Room. 'Sleeping; Cturga
r RON IN THIS TRAIN . -
, FROM PITTSB0RGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE. ' .:
t& Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond)
AsT Tickets for sale t Ilninn .nA Pinn. I
-Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Unices.
F. CHANDLER, GenI Tieket Agent.?
J. M. LUNT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
Three Trains leaveCalaaisns Ua .
Depot), Ifailjr (Maadaya fe.xcepteel
' 8: IO A M NIGHT EXPRESS. "arrivin
Zanesville at 4a A. M.; Bellair at 8:10 A. M."
Baltimore at 4:30 A. UL; Washington City at 4i
A I : ..: . - -.. ... : 7 .
lino A. M, LIGHTING "EXPRESS-irrivins
st Zanesville at 1:16 P. M : Bellaire at 4 JO P. M.
Baltimore at 8.30 A- M.,- Washingtoa City at ,xi
A J! p.-,, . -
:oO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zae
villt at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 8:60 P. M.: BaltimorS
at 4:45 P. M.; Washington Uity at 5 A5 P.M. '
S3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hoar
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington.' ' ' . ,i v.-; f
i Close eonneetiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Tork,
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of - ",' '
Tisiting .WashiBgtoa City tree,
:' -' : '-- V. :: .. ni.- , nii K
- u . i : :-.'. - ' ' .,,-i .: - -,rit
' ' "' " ' i- ' - -' '-.- ,. " i
Nq Change of Cars at Ohio River
Ask For TICKETS TiaBELXAIIb,
. ..." JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Tieket Agent. - 77
- JNO. W BROWN. Gen'l Paascnger Agt. ,
mayl8 ' '
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN.
1 aT Tnlnl aWTTI
RAILROADS
'. .1 ."
r. 1 .
jT .-:. it- - .. , ti.i-.t, i- .; K
On an ! after MONDAY. May 11th, 1S88, rOIJ ''
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus '
FOB CINCTNNATI, LODISYILLB, CAIRO, BT.1
., LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IN.. ,
DIANAP0LI8 ft CHICA00.k; n
Withou 1 change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND. and only ons change of cars to IN- .
DIANAP0L1S and CHICAGO.
. c . : 1,; .
Connections are reliable as follows
Vc'-'llS
: :...?!
Ut u ., FIRST TRAIN (Daily), ,. .S4X
Leaves st t&O A. M. for Cincinnati, Ciroievflle :
LaneaaterHillsboro and Chillioothe: stops at Loa
'don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving st
Cincinnati at 620 a- m.,,T, ;y : ., -.-i, . ;
SECOND TRAIN. . s:V,:.t
f Daily exoept Sundays.)
Leaves st 6SOO A. M. for Cincinnati. Daytoa
. Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops st.
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma.'
CedarvillevXenia, Spring Valley, Corwi n M orrow.
South Lebanon. Fosters Lovelan.i. Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. ALiOonneotisc
'with the Mail Boats. ---- - 'a - .
' ' THIRD TRAIN, f
Leave at 1:25 F. if forCino.nnatl.IHTtoa'aaa'
Hfuruitmi, Mtm SaWMIss, gas aaii ass- san 1 I TiTIII Hsl 111 eaffk
6U0 KM,. ,
'. "" 1 F0XTRTH TRAIN.
T :i . t- j . 1
Leaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati? Dayton and
epnngneia via uomavn, stopping at Alton, wees:
Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Certarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, sad srV
riving st Cincinnati allftjM 1 . M.
Bl.ee lasj Cars oar-all Rigas. Trsns,
, HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.. ,
t 1 JNO. Wi DOHEBTY. Agent.' '
JOHN DTJBAND, ? tl-i ': lo v
)HN DTJBAND, " ''.s:-5 lo x"
W
ajaylfl,,a
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
FAN HARDLxTBODTE.!.
jiev.-M - I- Wi.-.i Tij
tm sad atter June SSth. Teen: trains will ran a
follows: .
Leave. N. Y. E xpress.' i : i Mail U 'ask Lis -Columbus.
..,..10 A. Ml:15 P.M 11 SO A. M.
Newark 8:25 A. M. 3:50 P. M Il ls P. if .
Bteubenville .:0U A.M.'1 P. M.- 6:15P.M.
htUbaqiki.,.n.li Kf. ri." 4x:00 MV1 iSif VC.4
H arris barg.... 830 P. M- 11-S8 P. M. I 60A.MVi
bUadelphia., 1:15 A.M.. 40 P. M. SiA. Mi
ew York...: 6:0 A. M ' t& P. M. ' 11:60 A. M. '
BaltimoreAa S.-4S A. M. 6A0 P. M. r 13:30 P. 11.,
WashiLgton... 9H0 A. M. 00 P. M. M P. M.j
xwston..vww. hiu r. a." ..... jj.i..' iiwur. mi
xiiegant state room sleeping cars on all mgbt traiBS,
On the Fast Line the celebrated "Silver Palan'
day and night cars are run through fram GoUssnba 1
to Philadelphia and New York without change,
j - Passengers by tbe 30 A. M . . SuBday-tranrY
arrive in New Yerk atA-w'eleek -Monday morning,
sa advantage naver before oaered.,. , i ,
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W. W. CARD. Superintendent, XteubenvMe. 0.',
?-B- BROOKS.
i JOHN B. PETERS;AgtrcaSmO.,U'W;
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WHOLESALE GROCERS
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