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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
tot nsiwMMMinA and, departure Marat Coy
:rn ' C1tim4', Oalusakui At CinUI R. r.
.J Ill im l j(isril"'"i-i.,t.lil
Jk J. Y. AWtlrs. Hxpraes... 1:10 A.M.-nu A. M
mw i hi napiesa ....... ...xj:iq a, al..-iIMOV. M
1 s IMlAwoaaijoofrtin...t...v 9M A. H. ; 35 P,
Thia trittnlves Sunday mohiintnol Monday
lilttU HIUU C4lMaBUSt XUta K.K.
J tl' a-"1' ' !lt !UAYBV " ARRIVE.
Hlgnts-rpev..,..,. 4. la A. !. A. M
, Cincinnati Aoeutnmodation-5:00 A. M. " M6 P.M.
I'H eT--e...v..,.. ...VRSS P.M. ' 11) A. R,
Express ...... :lfl P. M. ' 13 V. 11
k -ySff ilflHRRTY. At(
ssalHutara MJlsmisu4T, Central
;t9vro L -J-.1 itvJM W""io.J J
v;or-; oi ;sn?.vfi iiV.i" abrivb.
.1. a A'.' M. 11:5 P. M.
.11:1 A. M. , 4-4S P. M
... roo p. m. nao a. M.
Lightning Kxinsns ...
,,.-. . -.;AUf. smith, Ajrentj
OTaleaga aata ladiua Cea-
! : I' il'.t.M
,Mlluuwar.,i, ,).!.;.. 1
'.-.U.l-tj ."! iBATj. AlTk,f
.... Waaurn ExBrea,
i.vU:J.-Kri A. M. " f:18 A. M.
H A. M. I UO P. M.
I r, M., 7 KM) f. M. 1
.....uao J". M. 11:00 A. M.
U. A. muu-AKenr. :
i, M4k;f , Kutll At Newark. K.H.
f. n i Train leave Newark and arrive a follow j
i'a'-'i-i any"' !!" hiti. ' i inuTl.
Freight ... A.M. , US P.M.
Mail and KxprMM. ... 10.10 A.M. S.S5 P.M.,
Maaafiel4kznM ,.... J 3.4 P.M. .4S A.M.
rr -,li. 9V m ,,;A.W. !. Atant.,
i.Utakarjk,, Cinematic 4c k.p laula
' ... New Tork Sxprasa-'
1KI0 A. M . 11:15 P. M.
-5l-MilBd apreM ......... 1:15 P. M. 11:55 A. M.
lenniaon Aeeommodation 6S A. M. 0 P. M,
New York Kxpreaa raadil . All ether traiai
r J " Denuaoa Aoeemmodatioir ttarta from freight
;!i,iiji-ini-1-) ; John B. PTtB, Ajjent. ;
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
. Auma. 0L08BS.
Kaatem ThronrB Har. "A. . f. H. 'a. m. r,
ti wteaaenTiua a an
tj. i -7
Horthwtwt, ria FtW. i
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Tn , -i ti ii eMk
v ' ici-ti: i r V pv t U;3U
Little Miami R
CO. H.. K
aueniHe ck n Deaiioc
C. O. R War
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. CireleTiUe, Chfllieotke .
0; . Porunoath t0
iianeaiter, Ohie.,.. .. :...) tM
Kaat vay, National Boad. , 10J,
"St.TernoB Way.Waatex- -
Tille. ke 1W i,
J StorthColaMbaiaadCliB- ,:
JO.'LDT'""-";-4J -". ;
Washington CHnaHar-l s ; , ,
1' i .
UKiijnaadayj. A Fridnyy, andf
learea Taesdayi. Than-1
,-,r eyt and SatBrdayi....J , -.,
UI Centre Village, (tri-week-) "
- y,)Taesdaya,ThBtdaya ISx.
l-i-)ui tiatarday-........J r '
. r Ornci Bocbsv Offiee openi at TX o'elock A. M
and olotsa at TH P. M. Sundays, openi at 8X A.M..
adeloeeeatX A.M. j
-i JBAiiJaaiia woee on Diminnntr.n.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Too Much of the "Root of All
Evil" for a Small Town.
[From the Boston Post, Oct. 24.]
TeBtrrday k gentleman from Vermont,'
drthwfroTn $25,000 to 330,000, came .
io Boston with three' New .'Hampshire J
bonds, Sizes of 81,000 each, which were
due "and payable at a leading bank on
1rBtate street, where they were promptly
jjpre8ented,,and the.money' aa, quickly
j;1 received in exchange therefor, ria : three
-31,000 bills for the principal,- and $90
' for. the last six ""months'; interest. :The -''"gentleman
having finished his business, -v
y teok the cars, homeward bound. ; . Stop. '
-! ping at Worcester, he saw Bome goods .
"'.which pleased him, but informed the
-storekeeper that he was "unable to take,
.them anieea be could ; break a 81,000
3 1 bill.! "That needn't be any objection," i
. was. the : answer in substance. "I think "
can find kVay'to change ' Jt- jThe 1
i gentleman . selected , what articles he
'"wiehed, had them laid aside, and prom-.
'"Jised to ..retHrn1 w a" fewminntes..";As"-
he was about to leave, an officer step-e
i- ped ap,-arre8ted him, and. he very soon '
' found himself locked ' up. ' Ab near as
i';ye can learn, the faumberd of one or two
r ofhe bills were either known or Bupi
' posed by the storekeeper or the officer to
'V correspond with some - advertised bum.
bHirs of money said to have been stolen
.'nme where some three or four years ago.
bWhen arrested several attempts were
Unmade to pursade him to give up the two
bills in question, but he 'remained de
cidedly firm, ,"No." said he, ;take the
whole or none." Jifter passing a very
tedious night under the sme roof with
neompany he would not choose, ' he was
'unlocked this morning ' and brought '
bick to. Boston. No1 time was lost, of .
course, in finding the bank. It was
;i highly important to him ' particularly.
7j Testerday they gave him his money; to-
' 'Bay1 they must restore to him his liberty..
k, .Thtt circumstances are briefly stated.
The , man was 'all . right. : The money
was all good. The bank, however.'Te-1
fused totakeit back; they knew noth-
ing about anyc stolen money; it is not.
eihair business; such things cannot often
be traced-.-- They advised him to- hold
on. to his biTTsfan Jliis friends think he
should 'bying" ""an; action 'immediately
aeainsf, certain parties for' false' impris-"
ni nmenC 'It would; be rather hard for
-i many individuala to take a joke under
- r MT.y.t. MivnmBtinMB' -' Romnhnrlv in a Aid
such circumstances.' ' Somebody is said .
c' to ' have inquired , very . .' unfeelingly s
fxiifbether ne.:didnX. eel conndent and
bappy, like Paul , when in jail in Mace
fy donia !w eridently overlooking the point
that there" is much difference between
,'btjing freed from one's stocks and prison
oi simultaneously by air earthquake, and
afterwards taking tea-with the jailer's
family, and making' a joumey for the .
purpose 'of getting rid of one's stocks
iitn 'Boston,.; only ; to. be shut up a few
-d hours afterward by a Worcester jailer
3.far tfyinglo spend the inoney.! . Moral
" ' 'Strangers should not ' attempt to pass
: large biUa iq small towns.. .,
; , t; Thr Sierra Nevada and Rocky Moun-.
tain ranges have been crossed by the
locomotive this' summer. Five years of
patient drilling and blasting and thirty
odd millions of money have been re-
quired.to cross the Sierra Nevadas ; but
'"on the' 20th of June last the miners of
the far famed Washoe Region were for
the first time placed within twenty-four
hours', ride of, San Francisco. Once
emerged from f he' granito mountain ex
cavations, the Central Pacific Company, ,
- who have in charge that end of the rail
road line, have made remarkable head
way along the Truckee and Humboldt
Valleys, the two streams traversing we
Salt Lake Ba6in in a general east and
westl direction. The -track is already,
: laid two hundred miles east of tbe monn
1 tains, and it is still extending at the rate
,'Vof sixty to seventy-five fniles a month.
. Twelve thousand men are employed at
' the work, getting out the needful erosS:
ties and bridge timbers, grading, track
laying and hauling the substance for
ward. The. prospect seems fair that we ,
shall have the continuous rail laid be
tween the two oceans before the close of
next year, and possiblywithin twelve
, months Tience. '. '; r1" . t
' C. H. "Leonard, the largest sperm and
whale oil manufacturer in tbe country,
died? near-New Bedford,' Mass., last,
week."-."".'. - '-' ..) I'
an1 ' Able-bAdiad lard-featfired.":' bad
tempered,'',not to be put off ,&! . ao . to
b backed ieWn, ireokied-faBedi yocrag
man, to Collect for this papery must ftu
hish his own horse,' saddle-bags, pistols,
w uibk j ( uo w le-mue ana t , cow uiie.
We will furnish the account.- To such
we promiBe constant and laborious em
ployment" " ' "
Z Cheap CobbL The Rome ?6a.) Cou
rw. says new corn can he bought in
Floyd county for fifty cents per bnshel,
which leads th6"Savannak Republican
iq remark: rhat sounds as1 If the 'good
old times were coming back "again, j
OHIO ' SAW WORKS.
Patent firanad Olrcalar Sawn
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS.
- : HAHD AND BIP SAWS. ;
RaTATBINO CABirCLLT AND PROMPTLY ' DoKI.
WOODKOl'UH tc IflcPABLIN, -1
n . . J-' .-.- HamfUrm. Ohio, anil i
TTr..: S380 West 7th St.. Clooinnati. O.
Warehouse, IS A 14 West Id street. Cincinnati, O.
BSXPrOB PRICE LIST. . re rpS-w3ai
THE PLACE TO BUY
-' ;. ; LAMP - COODS; -'
Kerosene Chandelier. ' " . !
. , . Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps.
3 Bi':Cl lanterns for Oil rtr llftnillffii.
The newest and beat kinds of Burners, Chimneys.
icss, or amiDinr in n lump line, lor ngnting
bnnrcDes, itain or uwei lines, is at . : :
MCUKNKY A CO.'S Depot, i
Hoi. aat Fourth and 16 Main street,
nail lagnu. ' ' ' i
-,. Braoket Light, - - -..j. 1
, . Portable Light. ., .,
,i Ceiling and '
.-..t- -il .- Window Reflector Light,
-: . i.t.j - i' : ... sik.ju ai.ku
' ' . Smoke Balls.
ur anytnint in tna uaa r lx-nre line, is at
mcncaa.1 s liu.'B iepot..
Wronght-iron Pipe (Pi
(Plain or Gelreniied),
vast-iron Boil f ipe.
Stone and Cement Drain Pine.
. r Alalleable and Cast-iron Fittings,
. , Bteam V aires, btopuocm,
' i . Uas. Serrice, and
11 MeterCt.cKp. Ae.. Ae.
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at -. t ,
MCHtKrti at w.'a Depot,
. No. 8 ast Fourth and 163 Maib street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Welt Pumps,
. ialt and roree ramps, - - ' '
Beer Pnmps. (harden Pumps, Ac, .
Bath Tabs, Closets, ':
- sr. i ' . ash-stands. Wash Trars.
- b&i h . Knilein. Sinks.
Ao., Ao. Ererything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at eastern pnoes.ai
. Aioriii.JMni uu.'a Depot. ,
Gas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Sarew-eiittinff Maehines. Stocks and Dies. Irills-
Reamers and Taps. Patent Pipe Cutters. Pat
ent and Ordinary Pipe .Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Ylvers. Gas Fitters' Au
gers, Chisels, Ac. Ac. KrerrthiLg in the above
line alwat on band and for ksileatthe manufaotur
ert trade rates, at
,McHElSRY & CO.'S, ; .
S EaatFaurUa Sc 168 Itlaln Street,
0 OTi-sep30-w3m OIXCISKATI. .
' We are constantly pnrenasing for easb. in the New
Tork and Boston Markets, all kinds of -DRYASDFANCT
GOODS. SILKS, COTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW
: 1N( MACHINES. COTLExY, DRESd
j , .,. GOODSi UOMESTIU GOODS. t
Which we are actually selling at an average prioe
of One Dollar lar Eaca Article. Oor
rales being strictly for cash, and our trade muoh
larger than that of any other similar concern, en
ables ns to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed of any other house. " ..... .
' - THE LADIES ;!
Are especially invited to give ns a trial. . ''
Bind fob a Cibculab and Exosamok List. .
Our club system of selling is as follows: For 13
send 10 patent pen fountains and checks describing
30 different articles to be sold for a dollar each: 4u
for St: 60 for $6; 100 for $10, Ac. Sent by mail.
GommistionB larger than tAoss o fared by any other
jtnn, according to sise of elub. Single fountain
anacnecK. iu cents. Maie ana iemaie agents want
ed. ena ffleney in ncgisterea s.e
Mena Irleney in K esriater
Send us a trial club, and ou will acknowledge
that yon cannot afford to buy goods of any other
EASTMAN A KENDALL. '
' 65 Hano . er street. Boston, Mass.
BEX.CII3R, JAMES A CO.'S
Great One Dollar Sale.
THB MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF THE
THE SMALLEST ARTICLE Ol OTJK
X checks can be exchanged at any time for a
splendid large Concertina, or a five-bottle revolving
suver-piated uastor. or taenty-tonr c rencn tttere'
oseooie Views. We have on hand over half a mil
lion collars' worth of goods . The largest and most
valuable&tock ot Litnens, wooleDS, cottons, r ian
nels. Dress Goods. Fancy Goods. Plated Ware. Cut
lery. Meerschaum Pipes, Ac, Ac, of ANY DOL
LAR .SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prioes. This never baa been done be-
lore, ana is causing a eomplet i panic among whole
saler and retailers, wherever our goods are sent
If yun wish to buy goods cheap, new is the lime 1
We are bound to sell I Everything sold at the uni
form rate of UJN K UllLUK tAUH. Those act-
ting np clubs for other firms will do well to stop
wnere iney re, ann semi lor our circular, uur in
ducement are double tnose of any other concern.
-Ajrenta, Laolc Here!
For a clnb of Thirty and S3, we send one of the
folio ing articles, fkkb OP charge: 34 yards of
heavy brown or oieacnea yarn wiae nneetmg; 1
llnnhla L,ens r rencn bteroscooe. wittt 4 ricn tor.
ign views; 1 Ladies' real Morocco Traveliog Bag;
SO pairs Ladies' fine Merino Stocking; 1 genu ne
Meerschaum ripe, am oor moutnpiece. in splendid
case; 1 Violin and Bow in box complete; All-Wool
Cassimere fr pants: 1 pair Ladies' extra quality
Ulotn jnoot. i oosen nne iinen xoweis; i steel
Carving Knife and fork with tvorv balanced ban
die, very best quality; Gents' heavy chased solid
Gold Ring; Elegant Delaine dress Pattern; 1 dosen
heavy silver plated white metal Dessert Forks; I
dozen Rogeis Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 6 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
ao-Keyea metal nouna concertina, retails lor ciu.
For a club of Fifty and $6, one of tbe following
articles i 1 Web of heavy brown or bleached yard
wide Sheeting; 1 black oreflo ed Alpaooa Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets; Engravejd s.lver
piatea o Dome jhtoitioi vuwrr x irurx uei
aoeed Knives, with silver plated white metal Forks;
1 pair Gents' Calf Boot; 35 yard good Print; 4
rards double width Waterproof for Cloaking: 1
square Wool Sbawl; SH yards very fine Cassimere
for pante and vest; Beautiful ropun Dress rattern;
lOO-Pioture Turkey Morocco Photograph Album. '
For a elub of One Hundred and $10, presents va
rvine in valne from S13 to S2S. Club of Five Hun
dred and S50. presents from 680 to 6100. Larter
clnb increased in the same ratio. Premiums sent
Circular free to any address. Send all money
Dy registerea letter or money oraer. Aaaress
. BELCBER. JAMES A CO..
S ucoessors to A. S. Hardy A Co., ,
1 A S Bromfield street, Boston, Mass,
MISCELLANEOUS. Probate Notice---Settlement of
THE FOLLOWING ACCO0NTS HAVE BEEN
filed in the Probate Court of Franklin eonntv.
Ohio, for settlement, and will be tor hearing on the
19th ef November, A. D. 1868. to-wit: .
The first account of George K. Nash, guardian of
nulling . , , imin, WD, .MVU.U. V
guardian of Orlando Cafe: first account of John J.
KhMMr. .flministrator of Charles Brown, deceas
ed: first account of W. W. flail, administrator of
Thomas Dickerson: first account of C. Eberly.
guardian of Larley E. Hammell; second account of
Franklin Postle, guardian of Ella Postle; final ac
count of John D. Vause. guardian of Abner K.
IVilll&mc fin.l anAonnt of Beriah Davis, adminis
trator of Cicero Davis, deceased: final aioount of
John G. Mitchell, guardian of Harriet Uray: final
account of Theodore Comstock, guardian of Bell
V. Morrow; final account of George Hanghn, guar
dian of Samuel J. Hanghn; final account of M.
Kingrey, administrator of Emma Shoemaker, de
ceased , Oot. 81.1868. JOHN M. PUGH.
O0t23-w3t Probate Judge.
NANCY DAVIS, RESIDING IN BKXING
TON, Holme county, Mississippi, will taki
iK.t Marshall F. Davis, of Franklin oonntr.
Ohio did. on th-6th day of October, 1868, file his
petition in theoffioe of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas within and for. said Bounty of
tv.-klin and State of Ohio, oharging tbe laid Nan-
evliavis with willful absence from the petitioner for
nor than three year last past, and asking that he
" k. j;vnrnid from the said Nanov DaviB.whieh
petition will stand forbearing at the next term of
said Court, and on and after six weeks from the
date of thi notice. . . . - -' . .
uotonerotu.. MABSHALll F. DAVW. .
Sfakbow A Wbicht. Att'ys. cct-fir ,
W GOODS" - r
1868.: r ;-autumn; un 1868.
U.iilAli.. 1 '1 U a Oil I AU I '
Nos. 23,25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
OCLD INVITF. THE ATTEKTIOM
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment ot
V": Extr. Rich Black Silks, IS -. -1 Y ? 1
Novelties in Fancy Silks:
Poplins and Empress Cloth;
French Merinos and Cashmere;
English and Drench Merges;
T- Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets; - - ,'- i
- J Novelties in Plush Cloakines; '-
V elveteens for making Costumes;
Astraohan and Chinchilla Cloaking;
Superb Paisley Shawls;
Casbmere and Broche Shawls;
' Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sits;
. i - Barris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids;
Superior Wi ter Hosier.!
Misses' and Men's slerim
7i i ;.
'3 "House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Blanket, m uslin.. Linens:
Sheetings, Laoe Curtains, Toweliogs, Ac,
Also, Trimming Satins.
ALL AT THE
4 , I I
Merino Undergarment of all grades and Quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boy. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirt and Corset in the
newest style. ; - . ;; ' .'
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
. :j l
! . . . . i . --' I t ' "
FALL AND WINTER
TO BUY JSJH
Purchasers of Dry Good are cordially invited to
eau ana examine tne
JVE W S T O C K.
, DRESS GOODS .-.
118 & 128 Boutin Hia-li Street,'.
norll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OBIO.
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE
. THE OHIO
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
HO. 183 OPERA BOUSE BLOCK, '
A SFPKBBNEW STOCK f CLOTHS.
t. Cassimere, Overcoating and Vesting, both
t oraign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mod. We s; all spare
no pains in producing tbe most elegant and fash
ionable garment to be found anywheie. '
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand.
HENKY M MS a. Superintendent.
; JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W . G. JPbRKS, Foreman.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
. HTJNTER'S 'y
No. 220 South High St., !
. COK.V91B1J8, OHIO.
T HATE TVmt BECEIT8S THE
L largest and finest stock, of Fall and Winter
uooaa aver Drought to this oity. eonsisung ol
, EnellsalA and -i
. Domestic Clotbs.
For Gentlemen' wear, which lwlll sell at the low
est Cash price.
Abo keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
320 South High stre..
For Yarding . and Commission
GRAIN OF ALL. KINDS,
OTJR, WIIISK.Y, ke. .
WW T st Price Paid at all time for
Corn, W Barley, c. etc .
- F FT C E : : :
Near West End of Nal'l R ad Brlasjej
COLUMBUS, OBIO. '
feblS-deodly 1 '
t. ALLEN, Agent.
WILL CONTINUE THE COAL UUSI
NE?S at his present stand,
No. 1S3 Nor tb Hlgta street, j
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
UOUKlnt UUtUi wnicu ue i yiciwini .w avu mi,
the lowest msrket price. .
Ater speciaiattenuoo paiu to ouwui, ,
mylO-aodtfl r . , : "' :
."Tim f-.-V-'M-l.C) 7T! ) .
.- :. -u tv.s.. :.-::;i -:.-i..l- .
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THE LARGEST AND MOST OOl
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BOOK & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTEAL OHIO.
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is---' 6'' : '
Nos". 36, 38 & 40 North High St,
.:.X i . ' -.: , .. i ,
) The attention ' the Business Public called to
, ;., the superior facilities of thi Establishment.
We hare in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And onr ability to gat out work promptly is :
surpassed in th West, We have lately
.:. ,. made additions to our already
LARGE TARH71 4J'
And we feel confident to satisfy all who nay give
- as a call. Our large fonts of type enable as
i ., ... , , to do all kinds of
B the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting any thing
in this inetothe
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING !
Ths reputation of this Honse for fine Job Printing
- . js well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do, none bnt th
Best of Workmen.
:. ..'o. ' And having a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
- We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
- - Bank and
, BUOH AB ., . .'
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, Letter Beads,
Blanks of au kinds. Checks, -
Drafts, &c, &c.
.... iff FACT. -
EVERY KIND OF JOB PRISTIXG
" Needed by the business public. :
We also keep on hand a larger stock of .
PAPERS OF ill KINDS
Than any other Printing Hbusa in the oity suoh as
Super Royal ' . Medium,
Demy, . Crows Cap,
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as ws
do, dir.etly from the manufacturer, wa are
' enabled to do our Work at correspond-
. ingly low rates. We are Sola
Agents for the .
CELEBRATED PAPEES OF
PL ATNER & PORTER.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by ns. We are pre oared to
' fill all orders for
Xjedgera, ; '
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 eha lenge competition in
this line. ' "
GIVE U A. CALL.
NEVTNS & MYERS,
SO, S8 fe 40 North High Street,
'. ri (Ail T ;--liiaK a .1 .nf
nil a'flnJtisoiv! s-w bit .ipiiuU j i i'iO
,l-vj h im hi i'';nio- ill ni
.Vli THB GBEA.T.it"
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,U o f .;!(! nil-.-j'iati , via, j i
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The J Best Blood PnriBcr in the
World. - "' :
TXl. ' J-A-W RENCE'S
lit; Ml. I . :. Z
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V i . ; .: i ,- .. ,
A Safe and Certain Core (and the
only one yet discovered) for .
Scrofula . In . Ita Tarloas JPortna,
! i , . - ' SUCH AS- . , -,. '
. f i . ; U r ... :: J : .
Consumption in its early stage,. Enlargemen
and Ulceration of thv Glands. Joints, : -Bones,.
Kidneys and Uterus,
- ... Krnption of the
' : - - '- Bkin, Chronio ' ' '' '
: Bora Eyes,
,., I'll.. - AC , . : ; .
1 1 - ALSO ' ' .
IS ALL ITS VARIOUS FOKUS.
DISE ASES of WOMEN,
h .... i . :. .;.. . . ...
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, rain in tne naca, imprudence in
. ; Life. Gravel.. . -
GENERA.li' XIX. " HEALTH,
. i. AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
Blood, sLiwer, Kidaeysj Jc IMadder.
It thoromhlv eradicate every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores toe entire system to a
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro-
aucing tne siigntest injury. .
THE ROSADALIS ;
Is not a secret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each battle, and it
is used and recommended by the Medical h acultj .
wberer-er it hx been introduced, as a POSITIVE
and RELIABLE Medicine for Disease of the
Blood Liver and iUQoeys.
. Used and Indorsed ly the
leudinff I'hyaiclana everywhere it
Tbe following, among many hundreds of our best
oitisens, testily to it wondertui emcacj;
CERTIFICATES FROM PHVSICIANS.
Baltimobi, Md., March 1. 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence' "ROSADALIS" to be
the Bust Altkbat.vb in Usb. and therefore
cheerfully recommend it as such.
THOMAS i. BOY KIN. M. P.
. ; - .- Baltimokb, February 10, 1808.
Dr. J. J.Livrekck.
Dehr Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy resulted one a
case of secondary syphilis, in wbioh tbe patient
pronounced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of jour medicine. Tbe other a ease of
sorolula, of long stai ding. which is rapid! improv
ing under it use, and the iudioationa are that the
patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam
ined tne tormuia Dy wnicn your Koseda.is is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in
gredients. r ours truly.
I ! R.W.CARR, II.. D,
We know Dr. Lawrence's Roeadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to tne proiession and tDe puoiio.
, , A. t. MOORE. M. D..
"!'' L. A.ST1TH. M. D.,
J. H. W1NSIEAD. M.D..
R. G. BAKHAM.M.D..
U ' W. G.DUGGaN. M. D
. . E.BaRNKS.M. d...
At. V Ul.l V , JU M-J
S. WOOD. RU. M. D..
W. T. BKEWER. M. D..
W.J. BULLOCK. M. D.
Junri V IMS
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability aud standing in this
Mayor of Wilson. M C.
'.January U. 1868. .
Rosadalia will Care the Her
Case ot " Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Despair
Wilsou CotTMTT, September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with rx-rofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no nope
of cure. During the lastpring,he ws worse than
ever: ber body and limos Doing covered wita sore?
and blotches with face and eyes badly nice ated
and swollen. While in this condition 1 was ad
irifted hv Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalia. 1 at
loce procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to ner. The effect was magical. In less than a
uonth- to my great astonishment, she was entirely
urs, with much respect and gratitnde.
w. v . fti.nni.ii
lEosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
Wilson, N.C.. September IS, 1867,
Dr. Lawrence: Dear Sir In 1861 my son. now
aged five years, was vacoinated with what proved to
be impure matter, wnicn completely oesiroyea nie
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin,
sometime breaking out in sores, Ac Rosadalia was
pre ribed by my family physioiun. Dr. A, D. Moore.
Alter taaing it a lew wee my sua oecame enu re
mains entirely well.
Yours truly, J. B. DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
This i to certify that I waa cured of Chronio Liv
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence s Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my led and house for a long
time, and trying venous meaiciues wuuou. oeneut.
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 r.i-aise it asa great meuicine.
f a THOMAS THORN,
Green County, August -M, 1867. . .,; .
Roaadal is Is a Potent Remedy In all
Froh G. W. Blocnt. Esq. Attobnbt at Law
WixsonNokth Carolina. '
I have been cured of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and rartial Deainess, ol t-n years' sianomg, ny
Rosadalis. . . . GEO. W. BLOUiT.
Ros idalls will Cure the Tery
i . . WorslCasesoi Chronic lr
, Rheumatism. ., ..,
- Portsmouth. Ya.. ?bruarSS, 1888,
nut Sir- This 1st srtify that I have been
afiltoted with Rheairatism for the last five or six
years, many times baadio io move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any LeLefit. Having heard "Rosadalis"
l,iohl annliAii of. I nroenred a bottle, and. fin.lin
some relief, continued it nntil i am happy to say
that 1 am completely weii.
I mtt. nnlr Annaider the Rosada ts"a SOVereiffn
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and 1 oheerfu.llj recommend it to the
.afflicted- i outs, very trj.lv. .
Wilson. January 7, 1888.
T hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
iustl v celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen.
eral Alterative and Tonic with the most satistac-
tory results, and 1 tnerelore conscientiously recom
mend it to the publio as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. JaMES W.DAVIS.
sheriff of W llson county. N. C,
RoaiDaLlB. This medicine has met with an nn.
Erecedented success in thiscomuiunity- C'apt. lit
er, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible to suonlr tne
demand m&deforit; and tbatthemedici e is eflect
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who have used it 2forfolkTa.')
Daily Journal, Xonembtr x'J, 1867. : .
Prepared only by J. J.' LAWRENCE. M. !.
Chemist, Baltimore. Md.. (late of n ilson. N, C.)
Price $1 50 per bottle. ...
J0-Sold wholesale by all tbe principal Wholesale
l)rucials in ail the large cities of the United iStates
and British America,- and retailed by druggist
every where. - ' . - -
All letters 01 inquiry ac, prumyLij BDBwereu, '
Addiwaa Dr. J. J. LaWREMUb, 4CO.. sole om-
B-ietors and manufacturers, )i44 Baltimore itreet.
altimcre, Md ' -
Western depot, -1
3zii. xxr. ae xxj3o.3vr.
230 VinSt., Cincinnati, O.
sa-Kor sale in Columbus by Brann. Brack A Do.
Huston A Gardner. Si E. Samuel A Co.. and H
Jones A Bon. , ,s j , ... mayla-diwly .
NOTICE. TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern
. . Flxra' 1ravlT-ia Sstily,
.-i.'l Jl EXCEPT BUND AT. -"V'v J"'-
From Columbus; in Connection with Trains ea th
1 1d lUe Miami 3c Columbus Ac Xenia
Railroads. ' ' . I "' '
- NIGHT EXPRESS Leave Colnmbu at : 1:1
A.M.. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
Galioo. Crestline. Shelby, flew London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
30 A: M., New York 7:00 A. M. This train leaves
- Sunday morning. not Monday.
' NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Colnmbne
at 5-00 A. M. . Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts fro the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. VV ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion. Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 30
P. M.,New York next day at 3:t5 P. M.
-MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus BtM
i P. M. i Will stop at Worthiugton, Lewis Center
, Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
: New London. WelliDstnn, Grafton and Berea. Ar
1 rive at Cleveland at:6 P. M., New York 10-J0P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3-03 P. M. Wil
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivincat Delaware at 4:1 P. M., Springfielo
C AO P. M.- This train leaves Springfield at s-40 A
M., arrives at Delaware at :lo A. .U.: Coluuious
10S6A.M.,,, ..... t. ;..MlV..
' PatentSleeplnij-Cars are runonnl
night Trains ta Cfaicafro, ;
. New York and i "'
'" ' : ' ' Boston. . " .' 'V;
Se" Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; else, to Philadelphia and
now l otb. via vrestnne.
..RETURNING: ' ;
Nisht Express arrives at Colnmbns at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:10
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 9:10P.M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columba
at 1035 A.M.
Fare a. Low as by any Other Kwnte.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ''
', ... E. S. FLINT,
" Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio."
" JAMES PATTERSON.
- . v Agent, Columb s,Ohio.
Columbus, May 11. 188.
NEW YORK. ;
FOB THE HA.XR
i Improved ! 1 '
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ''.
' It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. .
It invigoratel the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Bair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately steps Bair Falling Out,
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color.
It brings ont Hair on heads that have been bald for
', year. .'
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
.'. , ble substances.
It ha received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing. '
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealer in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.
Bchieffelin A Co.. New York. 8CBirr-mohl7-dly
A New Article of Food,
r7Vatu&xfcH..l . .
It was M. Brillat Savarin. the celebrated French
Gastronome, who fitstsaid, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more lor Society than the
man who discovers a Planet. tbe
v. CACIO DI laaCCAROXI
or Italian nrenared Cheese Maocaronl. is now of-
fared as a most delicious, wholesome aod piquant
comestible (convenient lunoh) forUieuseof Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics). Travelers,
and for use in Beer a loons, car or sample itooms
It is eaten on Bread. RiMnit or Toast.
it is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese "Bue fet
lin ii pan oondtntro." Especially is it adapted
lor tnose climates wnere tne article 01 cneese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
time. . .
It may be used as a seasoning for Sonps, Hash or
Stews and warmed upon a stove, alter tne can
' nas been opened, it makes, without turtner preur
nsration. a Dblioiods Welsh Rarebit.
. For Travelers and others, it is tar more .eonom-
leal and convenient than sardines. Deviled or rot
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
Send S3 for a iu dozen U lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded thorn oard, securely peeked, and ship
ped per express to any address, iiioerai aiscounts
made to tbe trade. -
N. R. The!futindi Maeearnm is nut UP in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dosen at 8 per
case, net cash.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
All orders aud communications should be ad
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
88 Liberty Street, New York.
A. WORD WITH YOU
BRFAD IS THE SJTtrF OF LIFE
your most important artioleot diet. The health
ot your lamiiy largely depends upon us neing
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it sot Then use only
a-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-W
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
wniteaud Deautitul lane a pound noma
to your wife to-night She will be
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our ' . .
BI-GARBOIN ATE OP SODA.
V) e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American matte, ont even purer wan tne nest new
Casue or .agusn soda.
M ANUFACTUBKD BY THE "
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
(PITTSBURGH, PA. )
BOOTS . AND . SHOES.
T. 8. HIPABD. O. HOBIGEB.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
'' " NEW FIRM. :J
rrv- 8. SHEPARD HAVIMG FORITIED
lea partnership with G. H0RIGER. for th
purpose of earryiog on the Boot and-Sboe, trade at
rVO. 163 SOIiXH HICSH SXKERT,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fine and
well selected stock of Lidiea', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
CUSTOM HADE WOBK. -
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
;hRrm".mber th. pI'Kri! AHO&V!
Columbus. P.. Sept. M. 1S88- dtf.
II'COLM, MILES & iMWALDSj
NO. l & l SOUTH HIGH STREET- i ,
PROPRIETORS COI.UTIBCS POW
l. R MAGAZINE. ant) agent for the sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder.. Agents tor
'he sale of . - ....
GARDNER PHLPPS' A CO.'S
Celebrated Sugar ' Cured Hams,
, . and dealers in . . ,
FOKEIGN,: DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
, . . . GROCERIES -in
all their varieties. Imparted Wines. Brandies
Cigars, etc. ...... iull-eodlv
JOSEPH H. t GEIGER
Attorney- at Lawi ;'!
PARsoirs BtrrxDma, ,' - " ! I
ButM-eod3m COB. TOWJTi B10E8TS, -
i . . - - : if i , . iff (i:.u :
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The ' Whortest1' Monte Weatt
j. Chaasre of Cars to Chleajra, Pe-or
1st, and ladianapollta. '
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot
lumbus, as fallows :-;' t .-.
amlTL rA. 'MTOLEDO EXPRESS (Sundays
O.iO excepted.) Arrive at MilfordM A. M.:
Lrbana8:61 A. M.; Piqu 105 A. M : Lima 111
P. M. Toledo 3:45 P. M.: Detroit 6:10 P. M
Passengers by "tWtrain arrive at Toledo
Detroit! hoars ahead ef. -any etbet roat
10.1A P. II. DAY EXPBK -B (Sunday ex
l.IU eepted.) Arrives at Urbana I P. h.t
Fiqn 3-M P. M.fBradford Junction :I6 P. U.;
Richmond 45 P.M.; Indianapolis 73 P. -M., Lo
gansport 9u P. Peoria ab A. M.; Gales burg
85 A. M.; Bur ington. Iowa. 11. -05 A. M i Louis
villelO A.M.: Terre-Haute ll P. M.j Mattoon
IM A: M ; Cairoa.-40P. M ; Panaldt A. to.; Al
ton 7K)0 A. M.; St. Louis 80 A. M.; Lafavetta
11KM P. M.; Springfield, Illinois, J A. M fiuin
ey P M.; K.eukuk2.-0 P. M.
Passengers by this train reach St. Leu is th next
mornings to oar a ahead, and f-r points west
of St. Louis ONK TRAIN US AD VAN CJS of
all other routes.
9ft P- M-CHICAGO AND ST; LOrjISEX
O.AVJ PRESS Sundays exeonted.) Arrives at
Piqua88 P. M 4 Logins port :UA A. M.; Vnioago
8:16 A. M Indianapolis 1)6 A. M.: Terre Uaut
S-M A. M.: Evansville 88 P. M.; Mattnon 88 A.
M.; Pana VliOS A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M4 St, Louis
IH6P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Sprintfisld, Ills.
:05 P. M.: Quincy 730 P. M.; Keoknk 8.45 K M.
Louisville 75 A. M.: Nashville P.M : Mem
phis 906 A. Toledo 50 A. Al.; Detroit M
A. M. ' ' -
NEW AND ELEGANT , f,..-.:'.
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE;
Arriving at St. Louis IO hours and Louisville
8 hear ahead of any ether route. -
19.flX A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
xmJj dianapohs, and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. 1 Arrives at Logansport85 A.M.: Peoria
5:36 P.M.; Chioaso 1.-00 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
a.: Terre Haute 10:50 A.M.; Evansville 100 P. M.
Mattoon 1:18 P. M.r Cairo 4:15 A . M.. P. .n P
M.,- Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I.ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
ette 3J30 P. M.: Louisville 4 30 P. M.t M..h,ill.
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. .. . . - , ':
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis X and
Chicago tt h.uri ahead of any other
. . route.
State Room fetleeplns Cam
BUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE. '
JV Call for Tickets via Logan sport or Richmond
S3" Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
- , . . t " F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Trains LeaveColvmbua (Jn
Depot), Aailr (Sundays avxeepted
2tl0 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
Zanesville at 4:30 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. H.
Baltimore at 430 A. M.: Washington City at 5 OA
1t:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving -at
Zanesville at 1U5 P. M: Bellaire at 4:30 P. il.
Baltimore at 8 20 A, M.; Washington City at -;
AM- - ;
:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 80 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. Al.; Washington City at 55 P.M. ..
.. . : ."',1
a These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hour
in advance of all other route to Baltimore and
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Yerk.
Passenger, holding through ticket to Eastern
cities have the privilege of - - : fi
Tisiang Washington City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Aslc For TICKETS win BELLAIB.
- ' ' .- '. -17. f
JNO L. WILSON, Marter of Transportation
L. M. COLE. General l icket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
may 18 :
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY, May 11th. IMS, FOU
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Columba
POS CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, BT.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IN- a
DIANAP0LI8 & CHICAGO.
Withou change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
- MOND, and only one ohange of ears to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows
FIRST .TRAIN (Daily). . 7
Leaves at ISO A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville
Laneater, Hillsboro and Chillicothe- stops at Lon
don. Xenia. Uorroa, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 0:50 a. m. -: - . . 1
- SECOND TRAIN. -(Daily
except Son days J .
Lwtves at 6MO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Riohmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Seima,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow,
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan i, Milford. ar
riving at Cinc cnati at 10:35 A. it., eonnectiBC
with the Mail Boats. , , , , .-!
THIRD TRAIN. ,
(Daily except Sundays Ji ; j
leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
5U0 P. tl. : x : ,- , . :
FOURTH TRAIN. " '
(Daily excent Snndava.) .: .;J
Iieaves at 6:1.5 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton aod
npnngneiu via ijouuon, stopping at Alton, west
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 1 . M.
teeplasf Cars an all Itlf at - Trains,
' HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent. .
JOHN DUBAND, 1
W. L. O'BRIEN.
v uniuAi 1
Genl Ticket Ag'aJ
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
k.n anrt attar Jnne Mtk t9m 4: lit
. - wii. sua m
follow. - i, ..
Leave. N. Y. Express. Mail
Columbus 3:00 A. M. t-15P.M. '
Newark 3:25 A.M. 30 P. M.
Steubenville... 3:00 A.M. .40 P.M.
Arrive at ' - ,
7:05 P. M.
M A. Mi
..ii.u .... j...w a., im. i:w ill. ,
Harrisburg.... 8S0 P. M. 'lao P. M.
New York.... 6:03 A. M. 8:55 P. M. 11:60 A. M,
Washington 9H0 A. M., X0 P. M, . 46 P. M.
""' :" r. m I. 11.
Elegant state room sleeping ears on all night trains.
v.u ine ran A.ine tne celebrated "ISilver Palaoe'
d?,f?.d P'tbtcars are run through from Colnmbns
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
mm xuseDgers oytneswuA. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York at 5 o'oloek Mondv morning.
w .. .. .ap,w avfSB tntvtw vuunu.
'XT W'rABn V"11? A 8uub.nville7b.
. W. W.CARD. Supenntendert, Menbenville, O.
JOHN B. PETERS;AgCColuloW. O. U
junelo-dly jnSO .. '-l
B, SKOOIS. ALEX. HOrtrTON. vw n .. -
J . Jto. - ,R . J3 R 3 r T47 aa .
Car; Rich a: Hish St... n.i.m.
V V'uJi-j: i 'ii-nitii.111 ta ,
HEW ORLEANS BUGAB8. AND MOXASfiH
Island Sugars. Coffee, Teas Spice, .Tobacco .
' febt-lTt- " '..i:.. ;
ll-ji ;h ij.i'i: ii-,,. it ,.,,