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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
itSaewiivg thsi1vai as Kptfttn of trains at M
am baa, Ohio. Oa and after Honda.. it&.u?
wsfrAjrjuja " :r K1J1 ; r ,
Clswslama, Calaoahas Claim tt. R.
w. i. vreeserw utiai .. i:lA.M.' lsou A.M
flaw York Kapvasa .11:10 A. M. Writ P. M.
Mail aneV.anrass, ,
r. M.. :10K.
Delaware Aooomnoiatioa'
P, M. loas A. M.'
Ho. 1 Accommodation, . . . j sm
iLU..eii p.-ii.
i ytto train reeves Sander morning-net Monday.
0 - ob ':, i T--.T 4AIU S PATTKRSOB Aaast,,
Matls nisunl etfjalasahae Xsata r.r.
-: : i i : i; ' r f f inn. f f ' inns
BlgMElpHaa tmm.,.i...;.u lrte A,. Mw-18:68 A.MS
vJiaevnoeti AeeueaaodeUon- S:ooA. M. m P.m.
SxpreM...... ....... KS8 P.M. lUsJA. M,
Ixiweea.,. .......... sua P. S. 1M p.M
to.ii .-. il ;lti-....JK0. W.,aOHERTY. Agents
UHUrt ehle KsWIroaa, Ceatral
;c.v.: . Ohto AtvtstB. t r t,. , , '. .
i. .?, ,. (.:- ":: tBAVB. abbivb.
Xrcwt BxwreaS... ........ 1:10 A. M. . lids P. M.
Lightnias axpreee... 11:14 A. M . 4AS P. M
Sxiwaailaif..-T IP. M. lido A. M.
. - - a. l. smith, AKeni.
CtlWMHt CJalcao aa laaUaaa Cea-
U1T1. ' ABBIVB.
Utah I Express
A.
M. ' :1R A. M.
A oaoaiaunatioa . . .
Western Express.
66 A. M. 1 P. M.
440, P. u v-no P u.
iajinaa-.nMuuknMVwllM A. M.
la j (;.. o -G. A. fiiix, Jagent.
ekT BIaafialIawra. B.H.
t Tlalaa. law t Baarar ad aniraaa lbllow ; t
laATB.Wj ABUTS.
Trrt4iia.j.,..'...,.vjuJ.,.aA.M; P.M.
Sail and Sxpraaa lo.MA.M. 1JU P.M.
anaftald Axafaaa ........... .6.46 P.M.. ' A.M.
. .,.-. ' A. w . Dlmn, Acant.
altarvBit Claitaaati lc St. Ala
, . MaW6M.-!ii ..r n..ja
Inir.ofKnr v.J J5f Ij;,t.i ! ,ltikrt, - Abbitb.
aw foi XxpraaiUt a Aj M. ';Miai P. M.
'liiUaia(kxpraaL4K...llM A. kU t-fX P. M.
Mail and Expraaa S:1S P. M. 11:66 A. M.
tTanaiaoa Aaeommadatioa M A. M. . jtOP. M.
b aw York Kxpran ran daily. All other train!
ran daily, axeapt feaaday. ' I ,- .
Daaaiaoa AeooaimodaUoa , ataxia frata i fraighk
M'4 iiTiort B.;Frrra,AKnt.
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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ABBITBf.
Xaatara TTiroa Kalla, a. , r.
A.X. r. M
Vim Ciiarai u nitui au
PiMabentb .... ..... D3 3Ji lfc
"I M
Itam Way Mafla, U. in . i- ' ; I
jiotuk
kwait. Tia Ft. W. A "
CO. V.C.kQ.tL.'RJ
tJhieuto. ria t, r.ll. C J ir ' -- () H
iLK , UlM ....(;. 4:15
LittiaMiMtR-iuiwj iVw ;io'
"'tlhTa Miami kwB..Vaw:;C-I:i iiii '
.. iKawark."f;i( j-. .
Zaaaarilla A Wbaeliuc 11M . lit . 7.30,
?. A I,-' lhnagh-aa4; f'-U -" ' ' t '
dralarilla, ChilUeatha A
r ortacaom to. . ......... , ... . aw .... 730
Laaeaatar. Ohio... - .... ...... loo
Kaat ay.Hatioaal Road. 1 UJt .i-11S6
Mt-Varoon W ay. W attar-
Til la. Aa.x ..w. . 1.X)
ft , wmuiB.w ..... ......... t
iWashinioiiC.H.,TiaHa- '
'wkaagv; (art-weaklyJ
arriTaa Mondaya Wad- ,
ssMtin,k Fridays, and
leTM faaadaya.nan
days and Saturdays. ..t.
onvuie. ivjm is i
(if 3.! f-nt 1 4
.... ."04 .. , 7a
i? T ill IV ' i
't it JaSi ...K lo
StaatreVillaa. ctri-waak'V - . ..1 s'"
Joi yTBeadays.TharsdayS n..,i..i "..
andriatardays..'.. 1
Or net Horaa.--OfBea otmm at T H o'eloek A.M.,
and cloaca at H P. H. j Saaaya.ait 8j4A.il..
aad eloaas at K A.M.. ' . .jvt i
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
[Fro Telegraph Markets see Inside.]
[Fro Telegraph Markets see Inside.] Wooly Review of Columbus Markket.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Nov. 3.
8
I
,r APPLES The demand is air at $3 75
"aoOpef barrel,, and $1 6Q 00 -per basbel,
retail. ..,'f'f I 'm t j
BUTTER Thejnpply te: ftlr; iota are
oldat35c. , . j
BKOOMS-XreVery gcarceat $2 2527t
for common, 93 09 3 60 for mediDm,4 00
'for extra, -and ' 95 J 00 lor faacy. n i -
COFFEE Demand :oodV -without anr
change tn tiftures. We quote common 20
32; medium 2325c, prime to-ehoice 25jf
26c Java 3340e. - I- ' . 1 1 1)
CHEESE! Firm -t I'bnr 'quotationa.'
Dairy 1717t'o and Ohio factory 1819c, ;
with prospect of higher prices.- i
1 DRUGS ATS D' DYES-rrOor -quotations "
are nnchanjtedalthoujfh prices are very "
Arm. W,e.ote CarhSoda,,Liverpool, 8c;1"
Tartar, pure, 65c ; 2d quality So 50c; Borax";
.Salts 8c; saltpetre inigaK-; vampnor i ou; ,
lodigOvl 402 00 ; Madder 2325eJ Alum
'Jp-Piinrvpra B "Blue Vitriol 18e. "fin i
, EGGS Are iq good supply at much hltrh-
er flgrea vWeBOte reUil price at 2530c
per ioen. i,:, I. , . i
r .,f ISH The demand remains (food ;
nLlor U kinds ' We quote No-.-1 Mack-.!
erel'half barrels at 912 50; No. 2 do. $11 00 i
White Fish are.Jower; we quote- tiew atj
$7 25-"for f -half .barrels; Gibbed Heri
ring 95 25; Labrador do. 97 00; Dried Her-,
rinn 60c; newCod Fish 8Xtolto.- - ! i
.i!5 FliOUR Prices range trom 910 75 for
wood spring wheat- to 912 75 for best red
wheat per barrel, in Vots. f -.
-icq i FRUIT AND NUTS The demand for
foreign trutt is good. We quote Layer
sKalsingat$4 60 for old, and 95 00 for new;
Currants 17 Prunes 18c; Figs 2023c; Cit-lron-40c;
Almonds 2540c; Filberts 20c; Pe
cans 2022c; Brazil nuts 1820-; Sardines,
quarters, - 25c; Oranges 92 60; Lemons 97
7 50. '- "" "" 1 - " ' ' it 1 f '
- j t GRAIN Wheat, red 922 30; Oats 60c;
r,. Com, firm at 7580cper busht-1. i u
jfs.i: i SEED We quote Fiax at 92 25; Clover.
.... 96 507 00; Timothy 93 25 per bushel, .
buying rates. " ; 1 - ;;,"'1 '
HAMS AND BACON Sugar cured Hams
.-"- ' 20c; Plain do. 20c; Bacon sides 1516c per
ponud; Mess Pork 928 00. ; . ;
.-, r LARD Not mucli doing; sales at 1'
"n; OILS Lard Oil nominal at 91 10; Lln
U eed 91 25; Fish Oil 90-91 00. . " '
tod io PErROLEUM 3233c J. , lr'
,e " POTATOES From. 91 40 to 160 per
lP v6ushel. .-a ,:i .
I r a v. RICE The demand Is fair. We quote
'choice Rangoon atllllc, ;
i " LEAD-AND SHOIV-A res higher.- We
.i., quote. Drop Shot at 93 . 75; .Buck , 94 00;
:Bar Lead 13c. ' : ' .V-'.' ' I ,
r'".. MOLASSES AND SYRUP Are in good
":ss'!demand, and prices are fully maintained,
t.;. -W nnole Susrar House Svruo at 65r; Good
i -J' Syrup 85c9100; Extra do. 91 101 15; '
i " Drips 91 251 30; F. n Molasses 5awi.-,
"New cropNew Orleans 91 00105.
. SUGAIfS-There has been a firmer tone
2(1 111 the sugar market for the past week, with
a brisk .demand. We quote Molasws Sugars
t He ; Cuba. 1214c; fPflrto Rico 13
14?ic; C yellow, 15Jic; extra.. C. white
ch t D iWA. M..AI. tuimmnti at. QftllW"
. oval .......
"Germatt'HK'; Erasve HMlf2c; Bab"
' bett'a 13d -American Castile 17c; Foreign
aaa-j gTARCH There are no changes In pri-'
at") re lrom.: WSS weeK S , juowiiona oo kilo
bra ruling rate.--.. ; -t--,,'.' -. - ,
SALT The demand Is light, with almost
'no stock: ' We quote Hocking and Zanes-.
inTi wine at $2 753 00; Cases Dairy 94; Bar-
BC,i 9 relawlth sacks 96. ' . .i - n ;
br TALLOW Is heldat 12K13c. ',.
-ijMij"; TEAS Are without change. We
. quote common. 95c91 25; medium .91 50
; :' , jl 70; Fine to choice Young Hyson, 91 75
iLPgl W? ImFeria1 ! 6o2 00; Gunpowder
. - 91 752 00; Oolong, 91 251 65. ' :
.. ' - TOBACCO Mas ufactCred Dark 10s.
and Navy s 6575c; Bright Js and
L- . n . 'Jll. ....1... Gn-.lrlnv
Tobacco 2232c; Fine cut chewing 65t: .
":- '" .i. f .'i v
iD--. WOODEN WARE Two hoop Palls
92-80; thrte do. 93; No. 1 Tubs 913 00; No.
2 911 50; No. 3 910 60; Washboards 93 25;
' No. 1 Churns 914; No; 2 do. 913; No 3 do.
Cleveland Market—Nov. 2.
irrrirTM Oull and unchanged: city made
XXX white 911 6011 75; for XX am-Ka-Vf
.'oer 99 76g10 00; for XX winter 98 50
v 8 75 toTXX spring 97 75S 00; for X
aurlng 97 258 00; for country made XX
" red and amber 98 259 00; for XX spring
97 008 2lforXX white 910 2510 75.
WHEAT Dull but holders firm; No. 1
" red winter held at 91 68170; 91 621 55
for No. 2 do. -.'- '' -i- . '
CORN' A shade firmer but dull; held at
SOo for Nd. 1 shelled.' '
- ""V" rToATS Dull but more steady; No. 1 State
western t 5356e. .;B- ' I
ido-..: RYE Dull and uomlnal. : ., - i .
ma, BARLEY Dull and nominal but firmer,
mo, .1 o-jLTj FEED Good demand and steady
ajt 938 00 per ton for fine middlings; 9 30 00
i ! : itr a iwiYI tnr muim do: S22 00
iiuj .Jo' snorts.
I
pork-Stead and unchanged: sales 25
. bbls at 930 00 for No. 1 Mess; 929 00 lor No.
!i:"2do. 1 ' - ; y-r , "
BEEF The ' demand is light and; the
market dull at 918 00 for extra mese. '
LARD Unchanged and steady; sales of
1,500 lbs city rendered at 18c.
Boston Wool Markets.
Boston Wool Markets. [From the Advertiser of Friday.]
- The- receipts of wool for the week have
oeen 4.009 bales, and .uie sales or domest o
are 770,000 lbaaadtforelgn.217 bales. Tl
ioui. sales ot aomettc jleece and pulleu
since July 1st are 20,425.000 lbs against 16,-
ooo wjo ids lortnesame time last yeaw i
The market has ruled aukstthe nast week,
but few buyers have been in thecltyi Hold
ers generally are firm, although a lew tabs
have been made a shade under the highest
rates that prevailed the first of the month.
A very materia) concession would at once
be responded to by liberal purchases, but
as tne wool nouses are in an easy position
as regards monev matterit: thev are diPDoa-
ea to wait until tne wool is wanted at tne
present prices.- The stock here la reduced,
and but few houses have an assortment of
desirable selections. Pulled wools are very
firm, and extreme rates have been rtadily
obtained. Comblug and delaine selections
continue scarce, and all offerings find leadv
purchasers at full prices. There is very
little California in the market, and no con
cession is obtained on this description. Fine
wools have been but little Inquired for,
and we note but few sales of XX.
Included in the sales tor the week.- are :
Fleece Ohio and Pennsylvania 2,000
lbs Ohio and Pennsylvania coarse, 60c;
7,000 lbs mixed Ohio, 62c; 45 000 lb XX
Pennsylvania and Ohio,. 55o; 5,000 lbs No.
1 Ohio, 60c: 70,000 lbs choiire Pennsylvania,
Including No. 1. X and XX. at 52)'; 5,000
lbs blood Ohio, 52 r 5 000 lbs do do at
50C, -'!-''' ' '
Unwashed 5.000 lbs, 3135c; 8 000 lbs,
38c; 1.000 lbs. 82 ; 45 000 lbs., 35c; 11,000
IbV AJUio. 35-. ; 12000 lbs, 36c; 2 000 lbs,
Maine combing. 47c; 12,000 lbs, Western
and Ohio. 3235o... : , , ' ,; " "'
, Pulled. 2.000 lbs extra. 48c; 2,000 lbs
super. 65t-i .2.000 lbs Eastern super, 57c;
4 000 lbs xtra, 65c; 4 000 lbs coarse sup r,
43c; 9,300 lbs super, 48(355 ; 2,000 bs extra,
47i' ; 4,000 lbs do, 48 ; 10.000 lbs thort ex
tra, 4U(?342"; 1.000 IDs extra, 02", ' '- -f
MEDICAL.
If n..i
, , ... PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci-'
dity or the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-bum, 'Jaundice, and all
diseases .arising from a disordered state
d the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.
'' Prepared by Siward & Bbntlst, ;
Druggists, Bufclo, N. Y. Sold by all;
8. K. SAMUEL A Co.; Wholesale Agents..-,- I
aa-a taowl y tr7,. ... : o..,. ., ..." I
DRUNKENNESS
t O.'fJ III lT
;?7ir-l;j;.
Sit Y3-- ,1
CORED WITHfr'-
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE ONLY IiaFAA.cs BLE HF.TIEDV.
Can ba aiTaa with'or withont the. knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, its Consequences and Cure." free on ap
plication.-. Price of Hpecifio per bottle, tl 50, cr
uma oouies tor 4.w.
i Axis'. J- teohiiellex,-.
Sola Proprietor and Manufacturer, Oolumbus. 0
80LD BY AJ.LDRDGQISTS. , ,
, saplT-dTAaAwly , , ' ,
The Creat Ileeileime for taw Slklw, carta
wttkMt hrl, every ktSKl or mm- .
atlB-htly erwwUeai' ef She- fttee, "
ar UeklBt, 'Srrtssatsr, "'-"-
allatreaalwAT aattaiiaaaa C 'it!'.
. p allaeaae am mmy amrt j'
C "A Sit asflWrfafctvc' ta a mortifying entp
tton, and I nm aoto lookimg quite like a ihh," writes
-i'harlen Noble, General Ageat off Hich. Central
; B. B., 13 Broadway, N. Y. .., , .
--" We M aa amIwMa remedy fiyr Teller,
, write Higley Bros.. Drugglsta, Fatrficld, Iowa. ; '
. .'"rirre tried yoHr vahinbte remedy for Barber' t '
Itek with mat mecem," writes C. W. -Dumont. of .
Leominster, Mass. , .
- Bend for circular.; Price, 75 cts. and SI. 00.
.Prepared only by f goLON PALMER,.
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. O.
. For sale by Druggists generally. -1 ' -
septll-deodAwly . ' " " ':"
W PH1L080HHT OF MARRIAGE. A New
Coi'R8X of Lectuhxs, as delivered at the Mew
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
jects: 'How to live and what to live tor: Youth,
Maturity and Old Ace: Manhood ceneral'y review
ed : The canse of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted tor ; Al amaze pLuoaopb.
icallT considered, Ac. - n - . i ' i
i Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties nnable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, bv addressing 8SCRETARY, Nbw
iouk cssrM of anatomy and pcibnck. sir
Rboadwav Nrv Vnm. t , THT-feb381y
!t WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A &"! L. ; LESQUEREUX
' "' IMPORTERS AND DEALBHS 1. ' '
WATCH E S
JEWELRY, ':..:...'!
. , - . -- J
' CLOCKS, ' :'f Ui
I -- v - SILVER and j ?
v r. ' V Ttr.V. PJL,V1'EI WARE,
CANES,
SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY, f. :h
' CiOLI PEXSl,
-. i
POCKET-BOOKS and .
:'..' ' OPERA OLASSES,
" " iN ENDLESS VARIETY. j !
Keep constantly en hand a large assortment of '
Setts Tfesmai1 aad WaterbaivClscks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
...... tor tne . ... ;
? ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watoh Makers Tools and Materials, Watch Glass-
as (French and Geneva) in full supply at;
' 1 low rates. i :
' (r All orders promptly AUed and satisfaction
guaranteed. . :- . -, ,-. j -fi
( I. A. S 11- UEiOUDIVDUA.
feble-eodlr' No. 71 South High at.. Columbus. :;
JOH1T: SCHNEIDER,
' - DEALBB-'Ut
WATCHES, CIX)CKS,JEWFXH V,
: MDSiCAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac, . ,
ITl UAnfK Hti-k afrMf fTnlnmhna. O. , Raaairinc
careiuuj aone ana warrantea. bij i-wmwh
FURNITURE.
MI0DABLHAI.M.'' ' OBABLBS 0. BELLOWS.
n. r. T- BIITLKR. .
II ALIO, BELLOWS etc BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Na.'8I6 8 18 OBtl msrh St.,
.' ::: i ., ' ucoiiUnmes. ohio.
(7Air eittenriv Manufactory U at tli Foot of
South ttrttt. on the Canal.)
''Thai, linainjuM t.r&nMjitinna. Iwith WhnlMalaand
Retail, new extend thrcuahout the States of Ohio,
renasyivania ana lnataoa. rney manuiaoture
PARLOR, ' BEDROOM, OININGROOM, HALL, AND
'', KITCHEN FUR Mil ll RE ....
of all elasses and every desian of snoerior work
manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of.
every aeaoripuon. n noiesale and Betau. -
febS-decdlv
..:hotel.
1
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
HESRI . P. EL1AS, .- , r . - 'Proprietor.
asAtmi A t TTiti I kjr . rttxiu-nvD 1 I T V t C
ajateu Ul OOATtJmIU wly UUBIUCSS, aUtl IW (All
point! of tr-vT, it the most deairiabU itoppinc.
nlviforierBODSTi8itiiiff ih eiiv. IS'o pains will
C mMmmA makri thA sls w ot LTnfifltfl ole&faiit in
I M.frMitifAr. mTL2'ti6m
CTBIJ laA-BWaawa. w
?f fr 'l
-A
GILCHRIST, GRAY & : CO ,
.1.. .'J 'J-:I ' ,'v. .- I )
Nos. 23, 25, 27 i 29, S. High Street,
s: ,-. -lie!
ODtD IltVITE THIS ATTEimofl
r Vnmhaaara to their anasually extaniira
ardalasaataaaortaicBtof ., -,. ,, ... :
Extr Rich Black Silks; v'.Jj
.'. Mereltiea in taocy Bilks:
Tl ,: J L- IM...V...
French Merino aod Vashoieres;
c --'Knsliah and rreneh ersea; ,
Ohamelioa Epinslinea; .
Rioh Lyons Cloak VelTOts;
f
I.' :n
.1 !!
noTamaa in num viukkiu..,
Velveteens for makins Coatumai;!
' Astrakhan and Chinchilla CloakingB; -
Knperb Paisley Shawls; i .
' Cashmere and Broche 8hawU; -
, Point da Gaae Laces. Collars and St;
itams' Seamless and Al .xandres'Kids;
Snperior Wi terHosierj;
Hisses' and Men'a aerino Vasts.
. . .. . THE
. . - i i
MOST COMPLETE.
.!. .v.i
! ; :i
i'i.i : .
STOCK
IN THE CITY
' I'.. ' ''f ' , , : ,t M .' i'i" ;,(... I
.-1 House Karoishing Dry Goods;!' ' '. '
BlankeU. Muslins, Linens: . ' '
Sheetings. Laee Curtains, Towelings,oA.
"' Also, Trimming Satins. i j- r
. . :'i.-i- "' 'i t-xi.m-.'I iA"!
.!'. .'I W.-fl .:: .V..' .y ' .,:!,; ;:. H
ALL AT THS ,;; .
i awj viiv i rvtiTl t'-niJ-! ' ii.v..- ...-t.tr-
ilVERY '. LOWEST PRICES,;
..i'nis
R .?'. .i.nmc.i.,.
Merino Undergarnienra of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies. Miaseaand Boys. Also,'
a fresh stock of Hoop fikirts and Corsets in the
newest styles. , j
. eetT-dJml GILCHRIST. GRAY CO.
.-;-! A,:
l- :i.i !
;iii-', ' :
IMJGHTOBS
!)
ill ri-:li:i. i i .--. ,'.:.' -t'UVWU
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FALL - AND ..WINTER
isDfeY goods:
EXTRAORDisARriNDS
: v. V TO BUY A.T
il'f x)i a '-, ;.) . j ; ... i . ':,i. !., .:i'p ;
N A U G H T ON VS !
-'- I Sst'f : : - s
Purchajers of Dry Goods are. cordially invited to
call ana examine we
NE W S T O C K.
- DRE8S GOODS i'....
FANCY GOODS.' :..
SHAWLS .....
domestics ,
.- bterithi-vq
.....CHEAPI
CHEAP
.....CHEAP!
, CHEAP :
.....CHEAPI ;
- i
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JAIMCS NAUGHTON,
' ; 118 cfc Hi Bantki Hi (Is. Street, ' , :
' noTll-dly-aprlT -1 ! COZ.tntBtJ8.OBIO.
! ; . ''" - t" - - " ; .
. i 'lii'i'i: .7 ;- !,:.-,: t.i. ,n --i . . ; '
,i CLOTHING.
I :....',!.;.
CUSTOM AND i READY-MADE!
.-."THE OHIO
MerehantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
. - JTO. 185 OPSBA EOUSX BLOCA, ,
. , . Colambaa, Obi. -
ADUPF.RBNRW sTOCKef CLOTHS,
Casstmeres, Overcoating and Veatings. both
Foreign and Domestio. for Fall and Winter wear. '
. . : t 1
i .i i: --I..--
p
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will ftlwsyi find toth oar mntria1fl and our work
to be in the height of the mode We all spare
no pains in producinc the moat eleettnt and fastt
ionab'e carmeots to be found anjrwheie.
i BEADY-MADE CLOTHINQj -
Of wbioh a great part is manufactured by ourselves.
a tne latest and most tasmonabie styles, wilt al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices.
; GENTS': FURNISHING G00D3
-. . i c
In full lines, always kept on hand.
HENHV MKISoi, Superintendent.
f JOHN RICH Trtasurer. .
W. G. PbKKS. Foreman. .' i
.: oct23-deod3m , ; i .-. .. , i "
FALL AND - WINTER GOODS.
Ii
HUNTER'S
Clothing Einporiiim,
i V No. 220 South High St., .
COLTJlTlBaJS, OHIO.
rHAVE JTJ8T R E C E l V E THE
largest and finest stock . of Fall' and Winter
uoods aver oroagnt to tnis oity. oonsisttng ot
Firssiaolx, -- ,
XliiS'llatls. and ' !
Domestio Cloths, '
. Casimere, Sco.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low.
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Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
took ol i
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
JOHN HUNTER.
juM-dly ' '" - x90 Month Hiah street,
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding 3 and Commisisioii
' MERCHANT,
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CRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
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mw T - st Prioea Paid at all times for
Corn, w . oariey, ee.. ate.
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Near West End ofNat'l R ad Brldsre
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feblS-deodly
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COAL.
T.. ALLEN, Agent.
TTTIl.l.cOrlTirilJB THE COAL BCTS1.
IV NEoS at hU present nui,
No. lS Worth HIsta atrect,
and will take orders in both -CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which ha is prepared to sell at
ut lowest market price. r .. .
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LARGE T ARI17I "a its?
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to do all kinds of
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That wa have executed in Hi past year. .
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JOB PRINTING!
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business oommnnity. .,
Employing, as we do. none bat the '
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Best of ; Workmen.
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LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF ' TYPE,
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Bank and , , ,
Commercial -n
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Bill Heads, ' Caidi, ; I"
Circulars, - . Letter Heads,
Blanks of au kinds. Checks, . ..
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EVERY, KI1VD OF JOB PRIKTIKG
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We also keep on hand a larger stock of !
PAPERS OF ALL KIHDS
Than any other Printing flonse in the city such
Baper BoyalV - Medlaia,
Demy, .' " . - Crown Cap,
Cap, ' Letter and
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Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as wa
' do, directly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Bole . :
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. . CELEBRATED PAPERS OP :
PLATNER &, PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS,
We particularly eail attention to the Black Books
manufactured by as. We are pre oared to
'"' fill all orders for '
Xjedsers, ' ,; ' ,
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And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooki are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we eha lenge competition
this line. ' ' '; '
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NEVINS & MYERS,
SO, SS afe 4 IvortnHlBxs Street,
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MEtHOAX RfcPARATIONSri
ROSA D A LIS!
JWMIJaM 10TJ
THE GREAT .
AMERIC A N
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HEALTH RESTORER!
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i.i.;A .X.I .TT. lo noi.i-.-'l-, i .?, J
The Best Blood Purifier in the
World.1";
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DR. LAWRENCE'S . ,
COMPOUND EXTRACT
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1 .,nY. BOSADALI8!
r.i, i- i ii'vil ,ii nfs iwsnfit'yti? ;i !,-tr
A Safe atBtd Certalas Care (and ta
waly wet dlsMSOTered) lor
i - ;, '.-.in' t x; ! J .-a ;.-..!f:Y :!?.
Scrofala Ist . Its -. Tarloaa . JForaa,
...' -; it: ift " ,yt i
r. v 0 .v. SUCH AS
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Consumption fa its early stages, Rnlargemea
,,. and ulceratioa of tha ulands. Joints,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus, - '
Chrotiio RheomaUsm, i ' 7:.
Krnptions of the -
I -v "' .ia- Skin, Chronie
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v'' -V; v;'' also 71 . -v"
a' -v' ohc". 1 i"ij ' .x :' jb -:
'.-.'.. IB ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
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DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Heaiiaobe, Liver Com.
plaint, rain in tne rise a, lmpraaenea la -
! ,-k . if..! Life, Uravel.;,. , !
eettERAL ILL ' HEALTH, !
AND, ALL DISEASES OF THS
niood, Liver, Kldaeya afc Bladder.
It thoronshlv eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores tne entire system, to a
bealtny condition. - - T - , I
I f IS PERFECTLY HASH LESS, never pro
ducing the slightest injury.
: TTHB ROSAPALIS
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la net a aeeret medicine The articles front which
it is made are published around each bittle and it
is used and recommended by the Medical tacnlt),
whare-er it h.s been introduced, as a POSIl'lVh
and REL1ABLK Medicine or Diseases of, the
Ulood Jiver and ivianeva.
MT ITu.l aad ladonvd Tiv:hr
leudlnfr PtayBicIaa everjwhers ll
IS KAOWB. ." '
The folinwinr. among many hundreds of eur best
eitisens, testily tens wonaertm emcaoyj i r.,;
: CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS.
, i - BitriMOBB. Mn.. March 4,1858.
f haliara Tv. Lawrenre'l "ROSADALIS" to be
the Birt Altkkat.vx ih Usb. and therefose
eheaxfuily reoommend it as sucn.
inunso 4. luiaui, m, x,
BiltimobI, February 10, 1808.
n. j J . l.i.nimii. --. .i - :
DKHR 1R l taae pleasure in reoom menui.r your
Rosa nAl.lH aa a v.rr Dowerf nl alterative. I have
seea it ased in two eases with happy result one a
-.u Ar urnimiirr avnhilis. in w hich tne nati.nt
pronounced bimseil cured alter naving tasen nve
bottles of our meatctne. tne outer a ease ot
nminl. nt lnna stai.dinc. which ia ranidlv im Drov
ing under its nsevand the indications are that tbe
patient will soon recover. I have carefully ' exam
nj ih. formula bv wbieh voar Kosedaiis ia made.
and and it an excellent eompoana ot aueiauve in"
gwdienU. .,: Aoursuuiy,B , ,
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j We know Dr. Lawrence's RosadaHs to baa safe
ti rt rnit.niM iLHr.iiiB. on., mnu uud uichuib id
recommending It te tne proiessioa ana tne pnouo.
- , L. A. ST1T H. M. 1) '
J. H. W1NSTEAD.M.D.,
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W.Q.D0OGAN. M.D ;
E, BAKN bK. M. X.. j
R. W.KING, M.D.. .
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1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physioiana, and they are all
gentlemen of reapeotability and standing in this
community. . . '...-.'
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,1 liayorof Wilson. N C.
Janaary 11, 18S8. ,
Rosadalls -vrlll Care the Wor
Cases . Scrofala Read the
' Stateaaeat Itelovr - aad Ikeapalr
Not.,- ; ' : ; :
WiLBOrt Cotjktt, September 10, 1867,
n. .T J Lawrence! Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with MTofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no hope
of cure. During the last i prir g she ws worse than
ever; her body and limbs being oovered wita sore
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce ated
and swollen. - While in this cooduion was ad
nsed ny fx. u. e.. ciuo vo ..j juui imooum .o. i
once prooared three bottles, and commenced giving
it toner. The effect was niagical. In less than a
month, to my great astonishment, she wasontirely
' urs. with much respect and gratitude.'
' . w. w. Burnett.
Itosadalts Cares all rSkia Dlaeases.
W1L80K. B. C September 15, 1867,
Dr. lawrenee; Dear Sir In 1863 my son, now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, wbioh completely destroyed bis
health. He baa been afflicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of theSkin,
sometimes breaking out in sore, Ao. Rosadalis was
ores ribed by my family physioiun. Dr. A, D. Moore.
After taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well. .' ..,.
, Y ours truly, ' ' J. B. DANIEL.
-Chromic Liver Cosnplaiat Cared.
This is to certify that I was cured, of Cbronio Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been oonfined to my t ed and bouse for a long
time, and trying various mediuines without benefit.
I know of several others in this eounty cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it ean be found in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and thej
all taUe it asa great medicine.
r a THOMAS THORN.
Green County, August M, 1867. s .
Rosadalisis a Poteat Remedy In all
- Chronic Diseases..
Fbok G. W. BLonitT. Esq.. Attobnkt'at Law
Wilson. North Cakolim a.
I have been eured of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t- n years' standing, bj
Rosadalis. UEU. W. BLOUNT.
Rosadalis will Cure the Very
; Worst Cases ol Chronic .
Rhenraatiam. i -'.
'' Portsmouth, Y A ?brnas. 1868.
OaptainJ.H. Baker: -i
Dbab Sib- This is 1 1 artify that I have been
afflicted with Rheuiralism for tbe last five or six
years, many times afcable to move. . 1 tried all med
ioines reoommeidsd to me for the disease, without
receiving any Lcefit. Having heard "Kosadalis"
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it until lam happy to say
that I am completely well.- ... '
I not only consider the Kosada is a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believeii also a pre
ventive, and I obeerfully reoommend it to the
...fflictad." , Yours, verru
" ' WILSON. January 7, 1868.
t hereby eertify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
lustly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the most satisiae
tory reaulu, and 1 therefore conscientiously reoom
mend it to the publio as a medioine of rare and gen
nine merit. JAMBS W UAVls,. ..
Sheriff of Wilson county, N.C.
. DiMiniM, T.i. mmlicine has met ith an un
precedented success in thiscominunity.- Cant. Ba
ser, too puute BHU B.LOUHTO WW n .
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tne
demand made for it : and that the medio, e is effeot
ng some wonderful cures, and giving -sreat satis
faction to all who have used it JToraU ( Ya$
Daily Journal, November 30, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE; M. ..
Chemist. Baltimore. Md., (late of llson. N, C.)
Prioe tl 59 per bottle. . . , , . ' , ,
. JWSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in ail the large cities of the U nited States
and British America, and retailed Ay druggists
everywhere. '' '7 !i .-:
All letters of inquiry Ao-, promptly answered. .
Address Dr. J. i. LAW RENCE 4 Co.. sole pro
prietors and manufacturers, Baltimore street.
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' WESTERN DEPOT, '
DH. A.. STJCMSrAN',
230 Vin j St., Cincinnati, O.
SSTi'or sale in Columbus by Braun, Brock A Co.
Hnitan A Gardner. S. . bamuei a , ana n
lei s uo , ana
mayla-diwly
Jones A Son.
TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
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Cincinnati Railroad.
-Y.aB'i-wre, Trsalnas, JOsajiy-,"-:
c-vntrPT Krisinsv
From, Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
Little HUasstl ate Colsunbrnat k-,Xeala
'': - lUllreadJ... i i' t-
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. NtflFTT KTFRESS T.eavea Columbus at 1:1
A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Uilead,
Ualion, creeuine, sneiny, new jnaon, Welling
ton. Grafteo and Berea. arriving at Cleveland at
.-SO A. M.,New Tork 7 KM A. M. This train leaves
aunday morning, not Monday. " ''
I Piu. l Atvunnuuai luniietns iioianiDBS
at SUM A. M. : Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts froa tte Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11.-10 A.M. tt ill stop at Delaware Cardington, Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at tM
P.M., New York next day at 3:45 P.M. .
MAIL AND EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at 1
P. M. Will stop at Worthiiigton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby aad Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
riveat Cleveland at :J6 P. M.. New York 10:30 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACGOM MODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Colaabns at 3.-06 P. M. Will
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring
Held, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 p. M., Springfield
o P. At. This train leaves HprintTfleld at 0 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at S:10 A. M.; Coluaibus
lfeSSA.M. -( - vi.J . ...
Pa teat Sleeplac Cars are rmm oa al
Nlstat Trains to Chicago, ., ,.
' 7- New fork aad -
i :.-. :'' tlBBtwmW'- i .-, Wit) it!
. S9 Baggare ehecked throngh to New ork and
'Boston, via Cleveland : else, to Philadelphia and
N.wyork.viaCrU,Tne.RifIW(..!.I
- Niaht Express arrives atCelambns at lttWA.M. '
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 18:10
'. Mali Train arrives at Columbus at S:10 P.M. - ; 1
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columba
at 1034 a.. M. - - , - ... ,
Fare mm Iaw aa fcy any Other Route,
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
'Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
- - JAMES PATTERSON.
,. .. . Agent, Columb a. Ohio.
ColsrmbBS. May-Jl. JSCS. . . V . '
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REEVES'; i AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR;
;.r. ; ' ; Improved I ' :. ;
It ii an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ,
i sr.r
;;.'t !
It causes the Bair to Carl teautifuily... i, ....
' ii keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. .' t
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.:
, It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately steps Hair Falling Oaif i,: i
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color.' ' ' ;'5
, , ft brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
i -ri' i:"i :- i tti years. ., T.. . -
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
:"k '""'"' -! ble substances. ' ' '
It has received over six thousand voluntary test!
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physician in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass.' by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
, Qooda everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole.
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C Wells A Co.;
Behieffelin A Co.. New York. BCBrr-mchJ7-dly
A New, Article of Food, .
rTranmlatton.r i ! ' 't
Tt was M. Brill at Havarin. the celebrated French
- Gastroaome. who first said, that "tbe man who in
vents a new dish doe more lor Society than the
-man wno aiseoveia a flanet." Tbe .: , .,1
CACIO DI MtCCAROTII
'"or Italian menared Cheese Maccaronl. is bow of-
' fered as a moatdelioioas. wholesome aod piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for tbe use of fam
ilies. Bachelors. Kxenrsiona (Pienioa). Travelers,
. and for ase in Beer S loons. Bar or Sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Btead, Biscuit or Toast.
'I It is sniteblefne Sandwiches (logleae "DuAeU
-Hn tupanteonaeutro. isspecially is it aaaptea
' for those climates where the article of ebeese ean
not be kept ia a sound conditioa for any length of
time.
It may be nsed as a seasoning for Soups. Hash or
Stews-rand warmed upon a stave, after the ean
bas been opened, it makes. - without further prep
paration, a DlLioiocs Wblsh Rabebit. ,
For Travelers and others, it is far more reonom
' ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted Meats. .
' Tbe proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
; it a ril.- .-t - 1 i,- .
Send 5 for S4MFLB dozbh H lb Cans, and bioh
LTeiLoaa show card, securely peeked, anj ship
ped per express to any address. . Liberal discounts
made to tbe trade. ' V '.
-, , N. B. The Caeiodi Maoearoni Is pat ap in tin
boxes, and pseked in eases of two dosen at as per
ease, net oash. ..-.-..I
For sale by all respeetable Grocers and at the
Fruit Stores. . - .
Responsible agents wanted everywhere. '
' AU orders aud -communications should ba ad
dressed to '
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
; -.- . 88 Liberty Street, New York.
VNT-sp9S-deod6moa
PITTSBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
a woitr with you:
BRFAD ia THK STAFF OF LIFE
yourmostimportantarticlool diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon its being .
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would yon have it 10 T Then use only ; '
NATRONA SALERATUS!
, ' A3" IT IS ABSOLUTELY PCRE.-M
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
. white and beautiful Take a pound home '
to your wife to-night She will be 1 ..
delighted with it. .: .
Buyers of Soda should try oar ' :
'... KTATHONi
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BI-CARBOMTIUF SODA.
W e guarantee it not only fur snoerior to any other
American mage, out even payer ioanine neat new
Casue or Lngush isoda. . . -,t
XABCFAOTURKD BT THB ' ' " 1 .
PENN'A- SALTtsMANUF'G. CO.
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. PITTSBURGH, PA.
-vTrr-auglo-eodly-r " - ' . 1,.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. T. S. HBFAKD.
O. HOBIOXB.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
i:.. ;;NEW ..FIRM. v:'
m RHFCARl) HAVHO FORMED
lea partnership with.G. H0R1GER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
INO, 16S SOUTH HIGH SIBKK1,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine th erficeand
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses and
'u:u..i. Unnm .nil IthnM. thia dav received di
rect from tbe East, and whioh tbey are now offering
lor sale on the moat reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing deper ment apeoial attention is given to
' CUSTOM MADS WOJBK.n -
Repairing of all kinds neatly .and promptly done,
m. u ...niif,,:!. unlicit a share of Dublie
' II D n uu-u . - - .... 1 r - ;-
natronaae. - Please give as a call. No trouble to
rtBmeber the plti,Hi4lU
t Columbus. O.. Sept. 13. 1868. . dtf
GROCERS.
H'COLM, MILESKH'llOMLDS,
NO. M4 &TL SOUTH HIGH STREET
f 1 i3--R O O E R S, :
'TtRorairiwRW r:oi,r;iri kiis pow
X -lirK MAGAZINE. and agents for the sale of
Masard fowder company's rowaer. Agents lor
GARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S !
Celebrated Sagar Cared Hants,
" x ' ' ' 1 and dealers in " ' v
'rOKEIGN", bOMESTIO AND STAPLE
-T ... . . .'. GROCERIES . -.; -
Jn all their varieties. Imported .Winas Brand saa
JOSEPH H. OBIGER
' " .' ; '-Attorney: at Law,: '.J'
PARSON'S BDHDIBO, ' v. 1 -,. ; ,
ant3t-tod3ml I COB. TQWXk M1GBSTS.
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
: SharteM . Ut. We.''- jaif
Chaasre efCara to Chlcmao. Pa-tl
f ff.1 'samapta;
FODR TBADISDAIt Cb,;b fi'
t.lK A. TOLEDO- EXPRESS (Sundays
U.J exceoted.) 4-mres at Milfni.ii . !
Virbanat
P. M . T
Paas.naer. bv- -thia train .rriwa .t ti.j.
Detroit 3 hottra aheaal of any etber foatTab
191 A" ' Mi PAT EIFSB -'M (Sundays ex
1 . 1 V eepted.) Arrives at Urbane tM p. L
Piqaa SP. M-, Bradford JaneSor. sT V. K
Richmond 435 P.M.; Indianapoiia I'M P. M Ll
gansport SM P.M. Peone 4S1 A M.; Galeabarg
A6 A. M.; Bur ington. Iowa. 11.-05 AM : Loais
Passengers by thia train reash Kt Tvl.
morning 9 hears ahead, and fvr nointa WMt
ofJSt. Louis ONE TKAiN-IN-ADVANCKtf
all other routes. i . : ,, .. , .
90 ' gbM.CHlCAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EX
tJ.ZV PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arrives at
Piqua8:4S P. M Logtnsport S:6 A. M.; Onicago
8:1S A. M.; Indianapolis M A, M.: Terre haute
SM A. M Evansville 638 P. M.; Mattooa SS A.
M.; Pane 106 A. M -A4toa 1:40 P. M4 St. Louis
1.-4S P. M.f Lafayette 7:16 A: M.: Springfield. Ills.
84 P. M.: Quincy 730 P. M.: Keokuk 8.46 K M.
Loaisville Trii A. M-: Nashville Ago J'.M t Mem
phi. 06 A, iU Toledo fi JO A. M Detroit M
A.M.
NEW AND ELEGANT. ;; Rt
S 1. e j f "iiTg ' C a r
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TfJ CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LODIS ROOTS TO M ATTOOB. ILL.
317 MILES. W1THODT CHANGE-, r , .
Arriving at St. Louis IO hears nd Louisville
8 hoara aheaa of any other route.
1 90 A',-M- BIGHT EXPRESS. Daily te la-
A AW a JtJ dlAnfaDnl isl. aVnH. SnnrllVl awAarwavt La
Chicago. J ATTivmrnrtLAMmMBpowtaSb A.U.; FMi
6;W P. ChicMo Je r.Jd.; lndinpoli 7:10 A
1.; Avn-tj aD wv a.m.; j&riuifTiu lnVQ f. M.
UatiMB I.IU L U . A-- A.IK A U . L a.vr r
wstwa , I . 81.. vUVV'twals iXAaZ A SallB sIAa Km
Ma Alum 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
atte 330 P. M .; Louisville 4.S0 P. Mj AaabviUa
40 A. kL, Mempbia 3.-1S P. M. .
Passengers by this train reaeh St. Louis X and
""' - .. aayotner -,
teatav,.,v .
Stat Room. Hleasplnjf Cam
RUN IN THI3 TRAIB . .
' FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
tA c. WITHOUT CHANGE. . .
- " Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
MW Tickets for sale at Union and Piqaa Depots,
Col umbos, and at all snrineinal Railro 1'Ck.t
Omoes.,, - . ,
r. UrJ A W BLEB, Oetrl Ticket Agenw
-T-'.i i v. JU ii. LUNT. General Buperintanden
l:U A. M.: Piqna 15 A. M ; LiraalxTaJ
i r S",' "rr" naute iiwa r. M.; Mattooa
106 A. M . ; Cairo M0 P. M r Hana S31 aL M.; Al
ton 7j0 A. M.s St. Louis tM a. M-: LafaV.tte
110 P. M.; Springfield, Illinois, liAfCflisi.
av 11:43 P M Kaokakla P. a . ' Hm,m
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
'I Oii-.U hn.i
RAILROAD.
' 1 ' J ti '. 1 ;..'...
1 .----a -'i vft,; u.U
Three Tralas Leave Colnabas (t7s
lepot)f fallr (Snatays A-xceptea
'--'- ."-.-t..i; mrios
:tO A. M.NlGH'fEXPRES8. arrivin
Zanesville at 430 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:1 A. M.
Baltimore at A, M.; Waakington City at SOI
A. M.. 1 :
. T'JtA .-ret,.-., . '.-. wf 1
1KIO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS rrivlng
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. M: Bellaire at 436 p. M.
Baltimore at 8 30 A M.; Washingtoa CyV at ,
" '' ;.i'L '1 .ftaro ;r.im.M)
' e:0O P. M.EXPKKSS MAIL, arriving at Zenee
villr at 4:45 P. Bellaire at 8i0 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City atlse P.M. --
-f.'. - 1 ' - T
3.These trains are from TWO to EIGHT boars
ia advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. . J , '"
Close eonnectieng made at Battlmore and Waeh
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger! holding through tickets to-Eastern
clues nave tne privilege ot . .
! ' : f -t
fo -,1 I. . ..
Visiting Washington City Free,
"- ''' ' ' Hi It.:
-. .J.f.ttfq -;,t; .'
.'B 'Hit "'li.l'itl
Mo Change of Ca'rs'alDhld rtiver
J'S 3'' ': ' ": litl-l .!. .7
Ask Far TICKETS via RLLLAtB.
JNO L. WILSON. Master of TransportatioB,
r . L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
v' ' JNO. W. BROWN. Genl Passeager Agt.
. maylS
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
- " - : :r., :,v w..J -
RAILROADS
' - " : -.' ! .j.'t
On an ' after MONDAY. May 11th, 1888, FOU
,- " TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISYILUE, CAIRO, BT.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. LB. ,
DIANAP0LIS ft CHICAGO.
Witbon f change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of ears to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. - -
. . . Connections are reliable as follows
,.;,,,! FIRST TRAIN (Daily).' ,
Leaves at 1 AO A. M. for Cincinnati. Circleville
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill icothe; stops at Lon
don. Xeoia, Morros, and Lev eland, arriving a t
: Cincinnati at S20 em. .j.7 . ;
l" '!. -.-( SECOND TRAIN.., ,
..i - (Daily except SundaysJ -Leaves
at iXtO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, .London. South Charleston, Selma,
CedarvilleyXenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters. LotoI.b-i, M il ford . ar-
. riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M , nnnnsoting
.with the Mail Boats. ' -
J-'-" -. tft : !" ' - ; ft' ,::.fI!
. , . THIRD TRAIN. '
"' " tt
.... (Daily exoept Sundays.)
leaves at 18:23 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Sprit, gfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. Jl., ....... r:,;js
.... .. ..... ... FOURTH TRAIN... ; . ...;)
'. i i : (Daily exoept Sundays.) ,
Imtm at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
. Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
: Jefferson. London, South -Charleston, Selmar
Ceamlle. Aema. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
' riving at Cincinnati at ISM i . M. -. , 1
Sl.eeplnar Cssra an all Night Tralas,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent.
J0HB DTJBAND, 1 - . ,
w. l. offi ch--;,
n..1 T;.I-aa as 1 - - - a It.
va or a iivaonaa us
may 18
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
, , , PAH HinDLE ROUTE. ..
wn and attar- Jane 3Ath, 1F6. trains wilt ran a
follows; : . ...
Leave. B. Y: Express. ' Mail - ?st Line
Columbus.... .3:00 A. M. 1:16 P.M. , 1120 A.M.
Newark , .8:86 A. M. 3:50 P. M. 11:35 P. M.
Steubenville...S-.00 A.M.- SOP.M. J 4:15P.M.
Arrive at 1 . .. i
Pittsburgh ::..J1.10 A. M. 1910 M. ' 1 Tins P.M.
Harrisbarg.... :20 P. M. ,13:50 PrAi..- 60 A.M.
Philadelphia- lrt6 a. M. 40 P.M. 85 A. Mi
New York.... 6;0SA. M. ' 8t56 P. M.: 11:60 A.M.
Baltimore..... 5 A. M.: , 6:30 P. M. , 1330 P. M.
Washington... 9M A. M. 0 P. M. 6 P. M.
Boston..... -8.-00P. M. ' .......... 11:00 P. M.
E'ecant state room sleeping ears on all nighttraina.
3 On the fast Line tbe celebrated "Silver Palace'
day and night ears are run through from Colnmbas
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
MW- Passengers by tbe 30 A. M. Sunday traia
arrive in Mew York at s o olock Monday morning,
an advantage never before ofiered. gcuLIj
.,.. QijTjjjjjt Agt,' Steunenville, 5.
W. W. CARD. SuperiDtonrtent. teubenville, O.
. 1--. v, H. B. BROOKS.
' ' . Ticket Agent. Columbus. 0.
. JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Columbas. O.
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Wholesale Grocers,
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