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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
SI bowing th irriril and. departure of trains at Oo-I
--Clavalnae. Cotntnans ClnMl R. R.
0 in n-i'-mwl "w i!''Ibav.' ;1imTT
K.Y. A Western BxpTSee-.; 1:10A.,M..- IMA.)!'
New York Kpr,j.-J...-fcll:lA. M. 110 P. M.!
all End" xpreSS-.T?;...;,,, S0 P. Mv 9il P, Ml
1 Unaware Accommodation.. SOS P.M. 1B4I1 MJ
am smuann.ui.i mtil al'i jt rl jb.i
........ ms amKHUa.lmL
Little Miaaak ftl)lamBu Xeala B.H.i
H ight X"reeS...V;. .1 1 ,'.lV 10 A. M. TSiSS A. M
Otneiimati AcounaaMdation. S:OOA. M. - 'J5 P.M.
jpreafcw.i. .13:86 P.M.. 11.-08 A. M.i
xpre...,....,.,.;vi.:...J,'6:is r. w. i:5i r al
'aVMif; f; OHERTY, Agent.
tsaltlsaore Ohio-Rat Iread, Central
- Onto Htvlstoa.
4:4S M4
Axpress
1130 A. 1L
A'; JD. Smith, Agent.
I,!..
VUmki Calcago an Indiana Cau-
, .trnt, Hallway.
5-v-T-i HH .. ........ ' Jl9. 'if"
L-.-i - -I. 'M -,.. ABB1VB.
jlUb Krtrt.. v.... I..... .19:i A, M- ' J:15 A. M.
Aeoommodatkm.; 8:46 Al M.i IM P. M.
Western Express.....,... M P. M.,v T:00 p. M.
DajrExfiresa.-... .13:1. P. M. 11:00 A. M.
-' J - ' "T - -' ' - -G. A. Hirx, Agent
vnansky, naaafll&newaclv. B.B.
Trains lea.veNewarkaad arrive as follow , i
J ." -V- II lf:l- i'ii.. l-BAYB. ; . i ABBIVn.
Mail and Exprssv.-..i.vU..la.M A.M. S.SS P. St.
Mansfield Express S 46 P.M. t.At AJL.
t; -,! AW.DEKxia.Agant.
sFlttaanrah, VlmslattU 4e ... A,obbs
i 't.1Kif-mwa'- "'iCH ""!
1! '.i. - T "AT".. ABMVl.J
JCawTark BxprW.-"- SW a. M. ' 11:15 P. M.
Uabntaa Kxpraiy...ll A M.I 6A r. M.
MaU and Szpraaa : P. M. ' n A. M.
DanBiasa Aoeommadation 6 KM A. M. 40 P. M.
new t ori kxpren ran dailj. -AU other traina
ran daily, axnapl Saajaay.
Daaiuaoa Aacomaodatlon itarts bonC freight ;
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Caatarn Throurh Haul, a, m.. f. a . a. a, ,
! fiUibarih. ..J..'... JJJ jaj 10 Stat
Caatera War Mailt. U. C. vfl-
C. B-... .. , i iBSa
P&J'A Li" u
Chioaie.TiaU.P.AL rU.2 :n(l L i-V. : ..,
i4utiM4atBA.jpf j '.s $si&
Little Miami R. B.. Wav 1-M llu .
''ZanesTille Wheelin. T2M 1 : 7J0
IVaVLj ThrCaCB and 3fl 1" 1 - - ' O
. wr.i..is.....v.j..vu.ii ,iti ii ;o
IvireleviiM. vnniioouie
R.t .-.Vil !5lri,
aaBaaaaaa mmmp - , SW
i.;t.t.1a C..:.J ' i. im
lal Koad:iMM ! i - iX
rorumonui
aaeaatar. uhrau
Eaatai art atieaal
Jit. v
villa. Aa lt-30 ....... 1K)0
IorthOolttmlHlandCUIi! c v ' ' . ,
- Ulavt,l:I7i'U .!... 1W '-V.-.V U.V- i0
VuhinitonCH-.TlaHar-l y s i : : .
neadan, a naayy. ana
learse Tnesdayt, Thara-
. -e 1 '
daya and J l
Centre Villagtri-week-k- I
lyj Tneada.ThurdM4 llaT " i... , lJjABi
and HatordaT .uii.. I : i.l 1 j
Orrica Hooma. Ofiae soena at IK e'olok A-M-.l
and eloaaa at Pf M, i Bundaji.opon at 83 A.M.,
aodeloeatX A.M.1T ' . j
All Maua eloae on Hnndaya at ixr. M. '
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
[For Telegraph Markets see Inside.]
[For Telegraph Markets see Inside.] Weely Review of Columbus Markket.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Nov. 10.
APPLt-Tbe demand i fair at $3 73
4 60 per barrel, and $1,001.6Q. pec bushel,;
.wyi!?,.afL.jV'!,.ii.-'-' ? y'i7y; I
BUTTER The supply l8 isar;.,Iot8 ajret
-aold ai9to.'.t0 .-?-rn tr!i? M-i'!""u'T "I
BROOMS Are Teryjscarce at 2 252 75;
for comnaon, $3 pO 3 50 for medium,JM 00;
for extra, and $5 00 lor fancy. ..: ;, , , !
,vfFf B Demaod, good.,.wilbonjt ny
cnange in nfcures. ne quuw vumuiuu w.
j2, medium sa o, pnmejo enoice zo
26c, Java 33'40eV'-v:; ? I'i-' f--:.r. I
CHEESE Errat ,at. :oar quotations.
. palrj iUdlDa'o and Ohio factortl8lflc,
wiOi-, proepact-pf: hielier.priceB. n-n
DRUGS AlfD t)TES Our notation
are unchanged, though prices are very;
BHBBq-WeiDote Carb.,Soda, jUwrpool, gc ;
6alSodA67c) aleratusiu6(3i4!c; t;ream
Tarfar, pure, 65c; 2d quality 3a50c; Borax
45c: Brimstone' and Sulphur 89c; Ep.
Bails 8cj Saltpetre I520o; Camphor $1-60; j
Indigo! 40(32 uu; Ma(iaec(g'ioc;;,iuia
7c; Copperas 3ct.BJjieyitriol Xia."
EGQTe-Axe in good tupply at much hieh
etfinre81LlVVe note retail price at 2530c
fier dozen. ..'rM'' -
, FISH The . demand . remains Vgood
lor alF iilnda.- We quote No. 1 Mack
erel half barrels at $12 50; 5fo. a do. f 11, 00 ;
Wiite -Fisu are lower; we' quote, new at i
t7 25 : for. half barrel":' Gibbed ' HPr-i
ring $5 25; Labrador do,' 7 00; Dried Per-1
king 60c; new Cod Fish 8to 9c " - ;
V twbii JfrJces range irom $10.75 for;
jcood, spring wheat to- $1275 for best red;
wheat tier barrel.' in lots." ", ' . ,
' FRUIT AND NPTS-The demand' for j
foreign Irult Is good. ' TVs quote , Layer :
Eaisiusat$4 50 for old. and to 00 for new;
Carrants'lic: Prunes' 18c, Figs 2023c; t
ron 40- Almonds 2540c; FUberts 20oPe
car20?2c: Brazil nuts 1820c; Sardines,;
quarters, 25c; Oranges $7 50; .Lemons $7 !
fGrNiwhea';red $2(32 30; Oats' &cj!
Corn, firm at 7580c per bushel. ' ; - -' i
SEED We quote Flax at $2 25; CTover
$6 507 00; TlmotJiy$3 25 per bushel,
buying rates. ?
, HAMS AND BACON Sugar cured Hams
'SOcr Plain do.'20c; Bacon sides 15l6c per
jKMind; Mess Pork $28 00:'. .', ; , f 'rl'.,'
" LARD-Not much don.gi"j sales at 19
'Oll&iiir& Oft notnin'ar'at 'nioi iiW1
aeed l$l 25; Fish Oil 90.-$100., ,',';
POTAlDES-,Fxom 80c- to $1 P0ter
bushel.. rlj '". ' V ' " ' I
RlCEi-The demand I &lr.,' We quote;
choice Rangoon at lie.'' '"; . '.T.
" 1EALV AND SHOT "Sre higher." We!
quote Drop Shot at $3 75; Buck $4 00; r
Bar Lead 1 3e. . . .. . . , r i
MOLASSES ANdSTRUP Are.in good;
demand, and. prices are fuliy-maintained.1
''We qoote SuiraT House Syrup at 65r; Good
"Syrup- 85c$l Ote-Extra do. $J 10I 15;
Drips $1 25l 80; P B.- Molasse 8690i-;
New crop New Orleans $1 001 05. ' i
SUGAK3 There has been a firmer tons
tft the Hgr market for the past-week,witnj
a brisk demand. We quote Molasses Sugars
at 11c; Cuba 12)14c; 'Perto Bieo 13
rtiUc- C vellow 15l extra C wbitei
15kc; 4 white lBTBc ;nards 1.7c. I
German ErasJve ll12fec; BatH
Tbett's 13c; Afflericaii Castile 17c, Foreign
do. 25c. -"I'-' t
8TARCBTbere are M changes tn pri
ach irom last week's dotations 8o the.
riilinar rate. -fii:t, J-HJl (
SALT The demand U Hght.witb almos
notock- '"" W qoote Hocking-and Zanes
i-rille aJ $2 759 00; Oser Dairy $4; Bar
rein with sacks 6. :
.frv i.L-;d t ovlthnnt ( alinti ttJL . " Wei
-quote oo-samon, 95o$125; rnedluin $1 50l
i 1 TO; Fine to cholc Youn HysonT$l 75
iVifio; -Imperial $1-5Q2 X)OpGunpowcleri
$1 752 00; Oolong, $1 251 65. ':
TOBACCO"-MamjaC'iaMi Dark 10s,'
it and Navyis 6575cj Bright K
"Itunds locl auTSix twist 406; Smoking-
Tobacco 2232cy Flsra'flutj chewing 65c.
J20.: oo .f,. tu r.'-. 'f iiU" 111' '' 1
r, WOODEN WABE-Two hoop Pails;
$2 80; three do. $3 : No. 1 Tubs $13 00; NoJ
' $11-sVhb: $10 50;' WaslrbOardS $3 25;!
New York wool Market.
c . Tl.a market Jar
Tiu.ro am a few more buvers in town, but!
"they are not disposed Id purchase" unless:
Concessions are made." They plead alowj
,ale Mt odsv Changing machinery -into!
spring goods, and astringent money mar-i
' ket as the reason lor their action. They;
"are but moderately stocked, and are pay-:
sing, attention to the better grades. .The
. bo.ders are offering their stocks. ireely, but
are generally steady at .former prices,;
though some are desirous to sell, and will,
'.favor purchasers.' We quote No. 1 Ohio at;
fjO-j X doa6053c; and XXdo ad 64(1;
j57et Palled is nuchanged, - In Texas and
California mere is a limited Business oovue.
The holders will not sell at the prices the
nrchasersf are 'wUlimr to pay. 'Foreign
-wools are Ifiactivevn The sales are- 225-000 i
lor Southern :47o lor unwashed combing;
4648o for X State and Western ; No. 1
-1 ana X Ohio, at 50o p X ! Ohio at Slc r X j
and.XXOolqat55e: domestio combing at'
686Cc; scoured at 7082B'c.; " 30,000 doi
pulled at 4250c' for super and titfa ; ;
18,000 lbsntubte:at"57Sd 3 000 lbs fine ,
noils on privre9j)raad3&,000ab8 Calif
fornia at 3737c tor spring clip. Jpur
wil of Commerce, November 6.
Cleveland Market—Nov. 9.
, .SXOURCItyTnade XXX white $11 51
:au.75 for XX amber $9 7510 00; fo
XX red winter ft50S 75- tor XX anrini
$7hjt5(38 00; for X. spring $7 268 00; foi
COUDtrV made XX TA and iubr H25fa
9 00; for XX spring ; $7 358 25; lor . XX
in ! WM311VU,. , k . : 5
... WHEAT 'I'tutra Kolnn IAk anlAf IDA Alla'ai'i
thftiaarket nominal at $1 70 lor No, red
- CORN--DuU , and Botive but nomin
ally unchauged at 92 93d ior No. 1 shell
60.. - , .,! ...1- r..( - ;; , ,,U .I-.- j
OATS Dull ana nominal; held at 67o
for No.. 1 State.-.!...'.. .-.-, -. .-n i
I YE DuU and nominal; held at $1 2Q
0l 28 for No. j tr v ,.i :,,;n.i
. BARLE If Nothing doing and market
entirely : nominal. 'i . -,.. i :,.o,i
, M ILL FEED-r-Good demand and stead v
at $38 00 per ton for Joe middlings; $30 00'
jut, a uo-, ze uu. lor coarse Uo; (21 uu
lor BiKirta, .,ntrf ,1,,.,! 1! - :
.. POBK Qqiet 1 andi fteady; .-hold-at
svtu uu tor o. 1 mess; 29 00 lor. No. 1 do.
tDEESSED. HOGS Market dull pack
ers paving 99)o for medium toiitsavyif r.
BEEF The oemand ia liglit rand the
market dull at $18-00 for extra mesa im,
LARD There is a very good. demand,
and the market Is steady at 18or city; 17c
for country. " ' '
BUTTER -Choice continues scarce and
8rm at 36$38o tor W, R4 2535c for com
mon to good Central. .-, (., .. - ,H .-
CREESE TIm market is quiet but firm
at 1417c for the range oi dairy and
factory in round lots f 1618j for do in
small lots selected. - - c ' !
EGGS Very scarce and freeh lota in de
mand at 3435. - ,...li(ij "...':.,,.-,
1'Ot ATOlfiS Market "quiet and weak at
600oa lor peach blo.ws 4on track; 7075c
for do Irom store. " "
GREEN APPl,ESTheinarket is quiet
and uuebanged. : Prices range at $2 SO
ft 50 ueriiarrel for common to choice band
pickefl winter fruit. : ; .r--ni .v..-;!
1 SEEDS Markeb inactive; Timothy held
at$3 003 15; Clover nominal .' i
- PETROLEUM Market dull and weak,
and prices lower; refined held at 2425c
in round lots; 20 28c for trade lots. -
LAKE FISH Market quiet; White Fish
held at $ 50; 'iTont at $5.50. ,r:: r
SALT Market firm, and fine has ad
vanced 10c per barrel: other qualities un
changed. ' v-
.01 .70': T - aa-'
Cincinnati Retail Hay and Straw
Market.
Reported Cincinnati Gazette for the week
ending Monday evening. Nov. 9 1868.]
mpplyW Itay has been liberal at the
Stxtn Street Market Space, with faverable
westheri and the demand quifeev brisk from
consumers, both .for current consumntlon
and tor winter?s-supply. - When prime hay
can oe oougni at szu uu, 11 tsqsiite readily
taken, and somechoice lots bring a little
more. Straw is tn good demand, and gen
ralrjr' brings" the oufc-ide quotation, al
though it is arriving more ireely. Sheaf
oats are quiet and iteadroii
.-rWe quwtethe rates on wagons, delivered,
aswuiows.- bemiir, c.,hr.i ;.!:..f.i
Prlnte iiraofhr har. per taBJ.u......R0 eoatt M
Fair to good timolh; per tun...,... 17 UKaiia OW
Omt straw, per tnn 00(310 OA
Wheat straw, Mrt-aavXt 9 00310 00
RresUaw.in bandlMtpertiin.,..rw. IS MO l 00
Sheaf oau.perton 16 osu M
Albany Live Stock Market—Nov. 9.
BEEF CATTLE The market opened
dull and Jc per pound lower. Be
ceipts.; thus iari;4,400 head, mostly fair
quality., 'There' Were sales to-day of 600
head at8J8c. per pound for the best
Ohio and . Kentucky. ' Steers sold at 45
per lb for the poorest State and Michigan.
..SHEEP AND LAMBS Sbeep are in
good demand at 4)5e, and lambs at tAi
hJi, for Illinois. -: " r - ' ' -
boGSATe cxjmparttrvely "active at
9v;:Michiaan atts64So.:.. ii n.;ri' .-.!
Philadelphia Live Stock Market,
Nov. 9.
..
.BEEF CATTLE Are in : fair demand,
but prices are unetiled and rather lower;
sales 1,900 head.at 89c for extra Pennsyl
vania ana western steers;. V.(gvc lor lair
to good do; and at 46c per pound, gross,
lor common..
SHEEP Hie market is ' lower, sales.
C,009 head, at 44c gross,''' ' ' " ',
""HOGS-'ArBin a farr demand at 'itn ad
vance; sales, 3,800 head at $11 0012 50,
net. .ii'sf.itn
Milwaukee Market—Nov. 10.
i FLOUR Quiet and steadyj prices nfri
changed. '.' ij.
WHEAT Firmer at $1 28X for No. 1
store -.,- t ., t r.m..-
'FROSPEGTUS'
l.i i" .' ! M 'i 'Til! 1.1
ill .nfiifi nxi .'iti' li -' ) :n:-'..:i.w,
THp UR6EST; CHEAPEST HQ BESTi,
rn PREVAILS? fl'".j;iilrs
"r -". - PROSPERITY ABO KW5,
Aad Tlow la the Time to. Snbscrfbe for
RURAL MEW-YORKER.
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Olsss. li baa onstantly increased in Circalation.
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aaDerMrabilitT ana entemriae. tho nrt rank ia its
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8IZB, STYLE AND C0NTBKTS, :
Onr purpose is to exeel all past efforts by making
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inent. Indeed, onr Experience. Faith and Knowl
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VISIO. and other Mark eta. will be Prominent and
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MST PHILOSOPHY OF itlkftfAE. A Nbw
CoVbsb ow .Lbotobbs. as delivered at the New
York. Museum of Anatomy, embracing theAub
ietT: How to live end what to hve lor : Yonth.
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood generally review
id I Tha eaasa of Indigettioov tatuleaoe anilier
m diseases accounted for Marriage pbiioaopV
'oofftvoiumes containing-' thb'se leetures wrr hi
4tnrwarded ta parties unable to attend, on rtoerpter
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MISCELLANEOTJiS.1
Times of Holding: Courts
. In the liftU Jixuicial Din
tr-ict of Obio for I860. ''
r ' ' ' : f i
j i j r ,
th
e State of Ohio.) ..- : i ! : 1 i i !
Iraaklin county, i t ui .,(
IT. M. SHbPARn, CI.FRK OF THE
Court of Common Pleas within and for said
county, do hereby certify that the following; order
ia truly taken and correctly eoDie4.frota fhe journal
of said Court, to-wlt:
Times of Holding Courts' in the Fifth Judicial
District of Ohid fr 869? j
It Is hereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on the 18th day- of September, A. U. 188.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
the Ceorts of Common Pleas and District Courts
et said Judicial District, be- hereby amended, aad
that tbe District Courts and Courts of Cemmod
Pleas for the year A. D. 1869. shall begin in tbe
several counties of the ifth JodicW District of
the Btate of Ohio, at tha timet following : - i f
Madison, Marth. ' I Fajette, May 14th.' :
Franklin. May Bin.1 -- I Ross, August Slst. " "
Pickaway. May loth. . I Highland, Sept. 3d..' ;v
Ad,mn KitnLSdi. I Rrt.wn. KrtiL 8th-
Clermont, Sept. ifth. f : ' -- J '
'''t'i COORT OF COMMON PLEAS. 1 r
Brown, February Sth, June 1st. November 3d. M '
Adama, January STtb, May ISth, September flat.
Clermont. January Stn, June S9th, October tth.
Highland- January lath, May 18th, Ootober 18th.
Hoes. Jannary 9tith, June 1st, November 3d.
Fayette. February 33d. June 39th. September
Slet.-.-H ,1 . t, ... ..
, fcadison, February II, May istn, October ltfth. ,.
Pickaway, March 8th. June 15th, November 3d.
Franklin. February 16th. June 1st. November
15th. ' "-
' Ia witneai whereof wa have hereunto set bnr
bands.,, .......
, . AliPKBir n. uii R.rJr
Y.) ' ' '
; Judges.
"J" -1 J. Q. ASHBURN,
s:'iv ' I. JOSEPH OLDS,;
J "' In teatlmony whereof 1 have hereunto rah
. . scribed nr name and affixed tbe seal of
I SB AL said Court at elumbus, this 30th -day
. t uetober. A. v, jbob. -
- , T. S, 8HEPARD. Clerk.
October 31. 1888. " oct31-dltw3w
Sherifi's Sale.
fn, Gi'Blynrl ' " Court of Common Pleas
v ' va T J . . of . -.rr
Thomas B, Blyno et al.) '- Franklin aounty. -a
(in partition )
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
tbe above stated ease, to me directed. I will of
fer for sale at tha door of the court house, ia tha
city of Columbus, on . , . l vr:.
Saturday, the 28ih dav of November, A.D.
-t,f -aaba,,.-.;
at 9 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following de
aribedreal estate, situate in Franklin county, State
Of Ohio, to-wit: - -a.:
- i,ot aumoer onecii oi a anrxiivnnon ei ouuotaoi
tbe city of Columbus, numbers fifty-nine 5),
sixty (60) and sixtr-one (61), made by Samuel lie
dary, as per plat thereof recorded in book S8, page
S3 of the- records of deeds of atid county, being
the same premiaeeeonvryed to William Blynn by
Thomaa S, Baldwin, by deed dated April 23d. A,
P. 1860. -
: Terms of SaleOne-tblrd eaah on- day of sale,
one-third in one year, and one-taird ia two .yeara
thereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold.
Appraised at ais.wv. - r -1 ,
- Friateg'a fees S1S76, ' . . . i ,
UiiOKliC a. fcAKHAttT, SberuT.
By J". S. Bitli., Deputy. . .
J. W. Baldwin. Att'y.: 1 oetS4-dltAwtd '
iv; Slierili'B Sale.--. '
Newell P. Mix. ' - ) Court of Common Flea
Michael Engel at aL : Franklin county.
TN PDRSDANCE OF AN ORDKROP SALE IN
X. tba above atated ease from aaicf court, to ma
directed, I will er for sale at the door of tbe court
bouic ia tne etc? ot uoiumeus, oa ; .-
Saturday, the 28th' dav of November, A. D.
1 .. I I f. JOOO, t -'
at i o'clock P, M., the following; aescribed real es
taia. te-wit-1 ''
Tba south half of lot number in Born A
Jennies' add.tion to the city of Columbus, Ohio, aa
per recorded plat thereof recorded in plat reoord
No. 1, page 115, being the same premises conveyed
to said Magdalen Knael by Moan M iggina, by deed
clatedtstay lata. A. l. iw. ... . .i., .- : . .."v
Appraised at fvil.ss. j, ... ... . ..... ...f,.i
Printer's fees 11 00.' J! , -i.. ....
tt EOKQB H. EARHART.
v .-t Sheriff and Master Commissioner. J
By J. S. Bull. Deputy. -,M11:. r
J.W, Baldwin. Att'y,. .. oel24-dHAwtd ,
Drs. Warner 8t Emminger,
DENTISTS,
RE6ARDINO TUB TEETH OF THE
first imnortaaoa to health, comfort and beantv.
wa cordially invite vou to call at our olaasant Dan-
tsl rooms. No. 18 East ISroad street. -'
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and tha properly qualified Den-
. Artificial teeth made by us , are worn with com.
irtaoa serve inepurpotes oi speecn. mastication
Moeauty. As Dentists we oa to bo the btsl, and
-i : is . U that's road. -. , -.i ii , ., ii
, Teeth extracted without pain 7 , , . -, y7-w6m
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
ii
T. WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE F0R -PROP-
L F.RTY In the citv of ColnmbusJ a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa,- the eounty seat of Put
nam Bounty, Ohio, and will pay tha difference, if
any, in easq. Toe land is situate at the corner of
orosa roads, has honse on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared, rt is very nen land, and well urn-
bored with walnut, ash, sugartrea and spine buaaa
A good bargain wiu De given. .
8. W. ANDREWS.-1
Office, corn er of High and Broad atreete.
matS-wtf ', .. i- ; i
Merchants1 Bank.
VTOTICE IS HLBEBT GIVEV TO THE
1 v holdera or the ont8tandinff notes ot the Mer
ehtnts' Bank of Masrillon. and all others oonoerned
that in pursuance to tee piovistons ot tbe 41 t seo-
tion of the charter of said Bank, that aDDlicatinn
will be made to the Auditor. Treasnrer and Secre
tary of Stale to snr-rnitrr me Herds deposited- U
secure tne circiii-".. u o' fit anK a'.ter the expi
ration of ix in :. b ir .iu tM - s e.
.i.I .v:,: .:uy.-.:i 1. M'K SE. Pre-'t.
,S. Jil'NT, Cm' ier.,
''Masaillon, Sla 38. lUmi ' ' ' ui w6m
Attachmeut. i i.
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Elias Fisher ) Befon Jaa. M. Faxton, J . P
James Lishley.J ' Franklin coun'y, Ohio.
vs. r vi '. niuu uiwubuiu.
ON THE EIGHTH DAY OP OCTEBER, 1868.
Kairl Jnstica issned an order of attachment in
the a hove action, for the sum of Thirty Dollars. 1
rJillism, uet, Mtn, ibsb. . . . - ,i
ootl73w-r - ! '..v. SLIAS FISHER . ,
: ',' Farmers and Farmers'. Sons
Wanted to ensue in a bnsinessf during the Fall
and W inter, paying from 1150 to C300 per month.
Address, '
ZKIGLER. MoCURDY A: CO 1 !
octB-y-'m" . , Cincinnaii. Ohio.
Legal Notice.
ASA CROJUER, - WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
' reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Snnsan Cromer did. oa the 3d day of Novem
ber. 1868. fileherpetitiou in the office of tbe Clerk
of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
oounty of Franklin and State of Obio, charging
the sai 1 Asa Cromer with williul absenoe from the
said plai nliff for mora than five years last past, and
a.kicc that she may be divorced from said Asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo-
at.wticb petition will stand for bearing at the
next term of said Court. . . , ,
Dated Noven-ber tth, 1868. ' -;
. SOUSAN CROMER, i
. By W.'A. Puitlbbaugb, her Att'y. nov3-6w :
Josenh Wittman't nlaiatiff.i Statoel Ohio, Frank.
against- .-.. , Jin county. Courtof
Henry Jnaurer, defendant. J common fleas
rpASlj SAID HE5IKY IRtCBEK, DE
A fendant. will take notice tbat on tbe 1st day
of Ootober. A. D. lebd. the said plaintiff, Joseph
Wittman, filed hit petition in the Court of Com
mon Pleas in and for tbe county of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to recover from the said defendant
tbe sum of One Thousand dollars, with interest
fiom the 3d day of September, A. X). 1868, on his
certain promi.-aiwy note due upon said day. and
nnpaid, and praying for ajndg nent for said amount
with interest as aforesaid, aad tbat the said
plaintiff baa caused aa attachment to he levied, in
said cause, upon tue following described property
belonging to said defendant, to-wit: Lota num
bered It. H, 13, 14, 15, 16, IT, 18, 19, 36. 31, S, 30. 31,
83, 33, 3. 36. 38. 87, 38, 40, 41, , 43.44. 45. S, 47, 48.
49. M, 81. 3, 63, S4, 65, 66. 47. 68. 58 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to tbe city of Columbus, in said
county of Franklin and State of Obio, as marked
on the plat of said addition recorded in the office of
the Recorder of Franklin aonnty. i ; i . :
... The said defendant is required to answer by the
third. Saturday after the '3th day of November
A-0.18B8. - : JOrtEPH WITTMAN,
By Ureskl A Mayo, his att'ys.. , a - ..1 ...
"OCt3-w6w. . i . ; r -a .'i: '-.'I-'n '.t .1; f,i
t , ' .. Wbstbrn Rbsertx Bane,! .'
Warren, Ohio. August 19. 1861. J '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -TO THE
holders of tba outstaudiag. notes of the late
Western Reserve Bank, and to all other parties in
terested, that after tbe expiration of six months
from this data, application will be made to tba Au
ditor, Becretaxy and Treasurer of State, to surren
der to said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fif h (44) seottea of aa act entit ed
An set tn incorporate tbe State' Bank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies,1' passed February
'im'.. ' H. BV PERKINS. President.
"M.'B. Taylwb, Cashier. ' . 1 ' ,'..-.
August 19, 1P68. . -' a -:s;an88W6nt
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Scrofula,
In
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" Skin,' Chronio
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IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
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".''.-.'the ROSADAIaIS ,m
Is not a secret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each b-ittle. and it
is used and recommended by ibe Medical Kacultj r
aha.,-., it. V. hu.n introduced, as a POSI TlVh.
and RELIABLE Medicine for Disease -of the
Blood i.iver ana n-ioaass. -
fM and indorsed by the
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eitisena. testily to lla wonaeriut emoeoyi ni
J CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSIQIANS -,
Baltiwohb. Md.. Marco 4, 1868.
) I believe Dr. Lawrenre'e ROADALIS to be
the Bust Altkbat.vr ih Cas,. and . therefote
oheenully recommend it aa snen. .
ii r. i -n . iHOMAS4,BOYKlN. M. p.
' Baltlmorb, February ML 1808.'
fin. J. J. LlVKKHCR.
Dfhr Str I take Dleaasra in recommending your
RUSADAL1S as a ery powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two esses with happy results one a
ease of secondary syphilis, in wbioh tba patient
nrnnnnnced himself cured after baring taken five
bottles of Tour medicine.. Tbe' other a ease of
urninU. of lona ttajjdinff. wbicn is raDidl imm-OT
ing under its use, and the indications are that the
natient will soon recover. 1 nave sareiuiiy exam
ined the formula by wfeieavyour Koeeda-is is made,
and find it an excellent compound of altaraiivt in
gredienta-... , ipursuuiy. .
- SB-. a-UasVaaaaiai am ASt
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalisrio be a safe
and reliable alterative, aa.. ana taKe pleasure in
recommending it to tne profession and tbe public.
n i i.uv , A.D.MOWRE..M.IL,
oi -;.( ' - t r thy .-J.'n.'WINSTEAD,'k.lX,
., . -,, - , - It. Ii- SA IttlAM, M. U-.
in.; - . '1 W.O.DUGGAN, M.D '
E.BARNKS. M. D.,
B.W.KING, kt. D V
S. WOODsRU. M. D.I '
W.T. BKEWER. M.D
: --;ti . is -i-i! , W.J. BULLOCK!, My D.
.Lnnrrf 1R8S. M, V .. . .-.
- 1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with tbe above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
oommuniw .,5..j r,.T- I)AVIS.
'iiv .tn Mayor of Wilson. N.C
j January 11. 1868.
Rosadalis trill , Cure, tho, Wor
Casea of Scrsfala Read the
' Statement Belbvr '-amd-' lPespair
Hot.'"-' -; v;: ';JZ- :' ! V1 :"'
.... . Wilson Cocbtt. September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: .Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five yean, baa been dreadfully af
flicted with cerofula nearly all. her life. tried a
great many physicinna, but without relieving her
much: in fact, most of tbem said there was no hope
of cure. During tne last pnng sne was worse tnan
ever: her body and. limbs being eoverrd with so roe
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce ated
nH rnllen. While in this condition I was ad.
ised by Dr.'L. A. Srith to try your Rosadalis. . I at
-joce procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to ner. Tbe effect was uagical. In less than a
nonth to my great astonishment, aha was entirely
'.. nrs, with mnoh respect and gratitude.
Rosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
:- ' I. i'.WllBJli. N. C. September V, 1887,
Dr. Lawrence: Dear Sir In 1863 mv son. now
aged Ova years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, wnicn completely aestroyed ma
health. He baa been affiioted with an inveterate
anil extremely troublesome EruDtion of the Skin.
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physician. Dr. A, D. Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely weu. -
lours truly. . .'-. J,B. DANLEL.
Chronic I.Iver Complaint Cared.
This is to certify that I was eared of Chronic Livi
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my I ed and bouse for a long
time, and trying various medicines without benefit.
. I know of several others in this county cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in
nearly .every house in- my neighborhood, and they
111 tr.UI 11 H ll lUVUllilua.
- J"- . THOMAS THOBNj.1
Green County, Aucurt ,
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RoandaliaUa Potest Remedy In all
Chronic Diseases. .
From G. W. Blount, Esq., Attobnbt 'at Law1
" Wilson. NohthCabolina.-. . .1
I have been oured of Chronio Inflamsnation of the
ar and Partial Dealness, ot f n years standing, by
Rosadalis. JEO. W. BLOONT. '
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Rosadalis T trill , Cnro i the ; Yery
: ! . 7 1orst Cuses ot. Chronic. n ,;:,,,
, i . . .. . . av l. . i ,
. , j.ii. ,Maawwaasaeaai - . I J jg n'.pn
n,. ..;i !. Pobt8Moct.Ya iUhroar 5,,I868.
CaotainJ. H. Baker: ....
DbabSib: This 1st ertify that I have been
afflict.d with Rheonratiam for the last- five or six
years, many times guble to move. 1 tried all med
icines reoomme.idtS to me for the disease; Without
receiving any beiiefit.- Having heard ."Rosadalis"
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief; "cofltinaed it until 1 asa happy- to say
that I aip completely wall. ,. . j .
1 n..t. nnlv consider the nosada is"a scvereiffn
remedy tor Rheumatism, but 1 believe is also a pre
ventive, ana A, oneeriuuy, recomm
recommend it to the
.-very truly. -'i .
-,- jAktES. WEBUj
'afilieted,
U'uoAll .T.nn,n? Ifiitfl
I hereby bertify that 1 have used Dr. Lawrence's
lusuy eeieorateoj xvosaaans ui uij uunuy as a gen.
era! Alterative and Tonio, with the moat satisfac
tory results, and i therefore eonscientieasly reeom
jnend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. James w. Davis.
I -ii,. i I i; Sheriff of Wilson oountyi A. C,i
1 BoSiD.AtlB.ThiS medicin has met with an unprecedented-
success ia tbisouuiuunity.. Oapt. JU
Xer. the polite and attentive asent for this city, in
forms us tbat it is nexi to impossible to supply tn
demand made lor it; ana lost tue meiiiui. w ia willi
ng some wonderful cures, and giving reat satis
faction .to all- wba have ,sed it j-Jloroi ( faW
Daily journal, JTovember i 1867. . :
Frepared only hyj'. J". LAWRENCE M. ii-.
Chemist, Baltimore, Aidn flate of rt llson, N. O.I
W.VI th.' princip. I mojesjl.
Druggiats in all tbe.lawaeitiesof.tbe V;1'Sr1u,E5
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hWESTERWWEPftT,;
23d Viit3 St.i-;ClncTrmatl,'0.
i;jgyFor'ale in'Columb'ua by Braun', Bruclt AC'ol
Huston A Gardner, S. E. Samuel (! j an4U
Jones A Son. wnf ... ,,;. mayl-dAwly.j
TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
EXCEPT SUNDAY.! . v-
Frm-Ca!ambui, in-eonneetien with Trains' en the
kLltUeBIhasai & (JoIuaalntB Sc Xents
Railroads.
KrnHT TCIPRESS- Taves ftolmbbna 'at 1:1
A.M. Will atoD at Delaware. Cardington. Uilead.
Gallon. Crestline, Shelby, New, London, WeUing-
t in, Ural too ana uerea, arriving at uieyeiana at
a:'iO-AU4Nw lora ?w A. bUi AOU tmn
Mundav mnrninf. not Bionaav.
NO. ! ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 50 A.M. Will stop at all way stations .j -This
triin starts fron tbe freight X am.
ii HBW; iua BAritfcrio tieaves viornmnusx
11:10 A. H. tf ill atop at Delaware uaraiogton.ttai
Ion '-Crestline. Shelby. New Louden. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at
P. M., New York next day at 3:48 r. M.- .
MALL AND EXPRESS- LeareaCmamhasatl
P. M. Will stop at Wortb.ii.gton. Lewis Center
Del aware.and all 1 Stations to Shelbv and Hhiloh.
New l.nn.iAn. Wallimrlin. I4raftin anA Hnrea . Ar.
rive at uieyeiana atnas v. M., ew lorg iosr.m.
-.SPRIMUi'IlLl,D ACOUMUUDATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 35 P. Mv Will
atop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M Springfield
C0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M . arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. j&.: Coiutnbas
Patent Sleeping Cars are mn on al
niBttt 'trains to Cfatcaso, - J
New Vorkaadin .. .. :t
..... -: . Boston., ,..;;,;(,;,,. ,,v
1 ss Baggage checked through to' New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, t Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
e. i.t! . RETURNING 1: ..!(; ''-: - i
Niaht Express arrives atColumbns atVOOA. M.
' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 13:lt
P. M.
Mail Train arrives at Colnmbus at 8:10 P. M.
; Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Colambu
at 1035A.M. ( . ..... .,s ...
Fare as Low as by any Other Route,
, Ask for Tioketa via Crestline or Cievelaodv'
' , ' E. S. FLINT. ,
o-. f ,il '.' k Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. J
..... JAMES PATTERSON. ...
U . ' .. " ' Agent. Columb s. Ohio,"
'.-ayoramDos, nay ii, ues.-- . ;.:...
NEW .YORK. ,.
REEVESV j AMBROSIA
ili T'l r".n.'! i-i ' ' '.'.a
13 ?rrf iciilj
II -A. I -
Improved I
l'.;-;'i:l if !
1 lt!K J "
It is an elegant Dressing for tha Hair. '
.!
t.'-...
It causes tha Bair to Curl beautifully. . v
It keeps the Scalp C-ean and Healthy.
It invigorates tha Roots of the Hair. ,,' i:
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly,
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out, .:
It keeps the Hail1 from Changing Color from Ago,
It restores Gray Hair to ito Original Color. ; :i-r
It brings oat Hair on beads that have been bald
. i' .;:' years.
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
l-.l !
rl
Me substances.' ! J i '
;-1;
-rr
It has received over, six thousand voluntary tasti
monials of its exeellenoe, many 7 which are from
... ; -i : I phjsioians m biga standing.. ,I:r!(, ,..:
It is sold raTiaif-pound bottles (the- nam blown
in tha 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
Schieffeiin 4 Co., New Yoxk,l8Cnsr-moh7-dl j',
-Til.. I
, A : New Article of Food, u:
I ' a. v.. ..- - - i , ... -
- VI.
-i; 5.'l xrrnmA,Ittiln '
- It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated Freael
Gaatruaoiaa- who first aaid-.lhat Tlhe man who in
routs a new diah does more lor Society, than
man woo ducoveis a rlanet, . ine
:,,.; cacio ui jiiaccaro:!..;5
or Italian nrenared Cheesa Maccaroni. is now of
fered as a meat delicipna. wholesome and piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the nseof Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for nsa in Beer S loons. Bar or Sample Rooms
It is eaten on Bread. Bisenit or Toast.
7 it is suitable for Sandwiches lnglese "iHw
tins di pans contUniro.'l Especially is it adapted
for those climates wherv the article of eheese can
not be kept in a sound oondition for any length
time. ' '
- It may be ased as a seasoning for Soups, Hash
Stews and warmed upon a stove, after the
Das been opened, it makes, witnout runner prep
naration. a Delicious Wbxsh Raribit.
- For Travelers and others, it is far more aoonom-
leal and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or rot
ted neatii. ; . . -
The proprietors andj'atenteo cannot bnt ask
it a trial. ,
Send AS for RAwrr.si rtOKsnc W lb Cami. and ktch
2.T gilbed show card, securely packed, an.1 ship
pea per express to any address. Aiioerai aiscoun
made to the trade. ..-., ...
W. B. The Caciodi Maccaroni is put up in
boxes, and packsd in eases of two dozen at (8
ease, net oash. '
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at
Fruit Stores. :
Kesoonsibla arents wanted evervwhere.
' All orders aud communications should be ad
dressed to- -
tub i vivnuTnv nnir PiiMPiiuv
98 Liberty Street, New York.''
... VKT-sepxs-aeodomos
Pittsburgh.;;,.
(Natrona Saleratus
A. WOKX' WITH;JiYOU
DBFAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE
AJ your most important article ot diet.- TbehealtL
of y our Jamil y largely depends upon us being ,
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
--1 i Wcnld joubnYB it io? Then as only y. i
NATRONA SALERATUS
-IT IS ABSOLUTELY FURE.-S- "
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
white and beautiful Take a pound home -to
your wife to-night. She will be
- -i: delighted with it. - ;i.l
Buyers of Soda should try our f..- . sir;,
BI-CARBlIATEOPSODAi
V e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda.
" ' ' AHtrTA0TCkED BY THB '
penn'a:salt;manuf?g:co;
'"1
)
0 PITTS BURCH, , PA.;
WNT-auglo-aodly-r. , --
BOOTS , AND: SHOES.
lo vr. i "
a :--
a. Rnvtnn.
T. 8. HEFABD,
CHEAP. BOOTS ANdoSHOESl
.Lasi'iot t -1 I; " -r-ne v -: yu i
T3 a. HirtAltn HAVING FOH1TIED
.a partnersfaipwith G. H0R1GER, fei -
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade
7VO. 16S SOUTH fllUll STKKKii
Would Respectfully Irrvit their frienda and
.public generally to can ana inmiM ui.r'
well selected stock of Lsdies', Gents', Misfes and
Children's Boots and snoes. mis oay reoo-.
rect from the East, and w hich tbey are n""0"1?
Ia. ..i. nn ih moat reasonable terms, la our man
ufacturing depar men speoralatteutionis givei) to
CUSTOM MAJJE. Tf vf'
show-ars. JBS S(Mltn Hin street.
BemeinJier theBlaeeOj, 4 rjrjRi(jERT
BCoIombaa 0.:'Spt; 1. l868- -
idtf
'.GROCERS .n.-.n .: irii
If. -.
i-u: ! '
r
M'COLM, 11 II HE S & 9 M'DONALOS s
' NO. 'iai'a. i StJOTri llGH STRiETno
,7 .; "d'xt'o C E It S,',.;'''3C"
nROPRieroRS" COI.UfrlBr! swd-wT2
J. K-JliR MAGAZINE, and agent for tha sale of
Hazard Powder company's . waerv, , AgOBtsor
he sale ABDIERl -pHIPPS' A CO.'S '
Cerebrated ugar Cnred ! kTarnx,
ifoi: it- -and dealers in '-: '' lit, . .74J
FOREIGN,! DOMESTICiANLV (STAPLS
1, o-Hni .17GKQCBBIE3 -::iri h..B i---,,
in all their varieties.. Imported Wines. Brandies
'igars. etc! " ' ' ' , ' J inU-eodly
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
FASsoirflprxDiiia, f,lltir ,, .
" augit-eo33ml COS. TOWAtf, BieSjS.o
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shortest ' Ronte . West if a
.Change ofCars to Chteasro, Per
oria ana anulanapolis.
a
,..io ...u
FOPa TRAINS DATEr-tears Onion Depot Co-
'r ha.bua.f otiewn-. , V
eiiTS At. M.. TOLEDO EXPRESS Sundays
t0 excepted. Arrives at Milford StSO A. B.;
llrbanaSt A.'M-'Piqaa M5 A. M : Lima ll.-of
P. M.- Toledo iVP..iDetiwitS:lP, M.
Paseengers by this train arrive at Toledo
Detroit 3 hours ahead of any other rent
1 91 ft p- M- DAYTEXPRE -is eandays -et- -i-
; OJW'W Arrives at Urbana SKK) P.,ij
Piqua 2i5P. MV; Bradford Junction S:l EiM.:
Riehmond 4dS.p.M. indiariapolia 7 J0 B. . M Lp
gansport a50 P.M.; Peoria 635 A. U.; GalMbnrg
iiiLin :u "n"0 low a. 11A)S A it; Louis
tHl ' AIL,, Tesaaute,llo P. M- ilattoon
iEo. V: ,. 4:60 M LafaVatta
U Ki -""psooW, ll'inoia.SJO A. M; Quin-
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next
mormngS hour ahead, and f-r mints west
of St.Louis ONK TRAIN IN lABVNCW
all other routes. -
5 .OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
aLJ PRESS (Sundays excsctedJ Arrival at
Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Logaaport. 8016 A. M.; Chicago
8:16 A, M.; Indianapolis JS,A,,11.; Terre Haute
5as A. 11.: Evansville 638 P.M.; Mattoon 8aaA.
1.; fan a 1015 A. M.; Alton 1:40 St. Louis
:46 P. M.: Lafayette 7:15 A- M-: Sorinzfietd. UlsT
I.-05 P. M.: Quincy 7:l(f PTM.: Keokuk 8:46 P. M.
Louisville7H5 A M l Nashville 600. i.lt Mem
phis 906 A. M.j, Toledo 60 Atr 1L; Detroit 2
A. ii. ' '- - ' ' i,f -r-1
.otKKTf,A5lTTiaQAlt,I
K.HJ eg t 1 ct, . C a. r m
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO. CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TOM ATTOOH.'ILLP
fv, 317 MILES WITHOUT CHANGE,
Arriving at St. Louis' 10 hanra and 'Louisrilla
S hours ahead of any otherrsatagLiv j no
2.Af; A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS) Daily to In.
JJ diananolia. and. Snnrfavs .Tmnlaul fcii
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport 835 A. M.; Peoria
5:86 P. M-LjUhioaso 1:001. M.; IndianaaeKsTrlO A
H Terre Haute lOOA.M- Evansville 1001". M.
Mat toon 1:19 P. M-: Cairo 4:15 A. M-; Pana 8:16 P.
M.; Alton 7:19 P. Ha St. Louis 8-M 4" M.I Lafay.
?iS V ." AniiUo 4.30 P. M.; NashviUa
4410 A. M.r Memphis 3:16 P. M.
Passengers by thia train reach St. Louht4) and
"" " aM asgreAoer,! a
..Ul:-s route.,, ., "
State Boom faleeplnfj Cara
RUN IN -IBIS TRAIN
ROM PrTTSBUBGH TO INDvANAPOLIS
.t-.-df.i : WITHOUT, CHANGE,,,,. , . ,r
." Call for Tickets via Logan sport or Richmond"
AST Tickata fnrsale n,i..i. nl Pln Iimi,i
Col ambus, and at ail prineinai Railroad TuJut
umces, .
-. J . ;riAnLL.EK,'Uen1 Ticket AgTN ,
J. M. LUNT. General. Snperintenden
NEW EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD
.n. If
"-' r'" -' lool-votia oleait
Three Trains Leave Calarabua (fjaf.
Depot), Aratiy (Sandaya excepted '' 8
tha
0 A .' Trf . ' ' N 1GHT EXPRESS.'' arrrrinT
EaneevUla at 4:50 .-A. Bellaire at 8:10 A, M.-
Baltimore at 430 A. M.; W aahington City at SOt
A. M. ...... j-i j... . t.ii ijtn
' 1 i:iO A'.' m! LIGHTING EXPBE8S-rriTtBf
at Zaneeville at. 1:16 P.JI: Bellaire at 430 P. M "
Baltimore at 870 A. U.; Washington City 'at
A-M, s- .u..;
,Ai.-,;i ;. C ; .--'! 'V--'i' i.iil, Hm.rf.i:i8
e:0O P. M. EXPRESS MAlC, arrlvingat Zanes
ill at 4:46 P. Mi; Bellaire at 8-A0 P. lij Baltimore
at 4:15 P. 11.; Washington City at5.-4i P.M. , , r .
,r - . . ' "---- -!WvV
: ta. These trains are' from TWO to EIGHT hoars
in advance of all other routes to Baltimor Boa
Washington. -
'"Close eonneotiens made at Baltisapr and, Wash
ington with, trains for Philadelphia and New Yerkr
. Fassengers holding through, tickets to Easterri
cities have tha privilege of ' " tuC ir.iuit
' .iue;.lt 1 1-;-") .-I W ,v07i,lfj i
0 own ri pf i;!:tfl jni. , ,. ..-,;v,,
sa
of
at
".'Piuiiii.') -a .' ...!;- ,ftv ;a t''lo
- 'r:'-;' ;"'-!)i-i-t .5( .! :,Jt .-.otri
No Change of Gars at Ohio Rive
can
iio o'-'T .PHiuP ffwj tn'i n.
Ask For TICKETS via BEIJLAIRJ
..-.n-. i ..-, -. a k. .'prq.-iTii-
for
''"''j'KO t. WILSON1, MssWofnsportaHoai
S 'h L. M. COLE. General TioketAgeaWi a-a t
4uv aa. rr iij&t'xi master oi irranaponanoi
S 'h L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent, i A-a
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen't Passenger AgV.
" mayl8 - i bl -; -.-.. . ...i -i ,,-iv
-jau. w. Ultuwxs, Uen'l fassenger Agt.
mayl8 - i bl -; -.-.. . .. .-. -i ;.ni
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
3o
:)
1
y
t!i, : . ; v . .' wi7-.vi.l iPi-nt 6-iii
baan after MONDAY. Malith, 1868? F0U''
r' TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Columbui """l
fob cnrciHirATr, louisvrtxs, caiso", vi
" ' LOUIS,' DAYTON, KICHK0ND.,InT.i-'i'"
' ';' ' " DIASAPOLIS A CHICAGO,"' "4"1
- .v .! .. . .. - , - - n
Withon 1 change of cars to DAYTON and RICH.
' HOND, and only one change of cars ta IN-
; ' n nt. DiANAPOLiS and CHICAGO.
i.d; Connections ar reliable as follows rl rc.5
,,riOTli(Diiiyi'JiI,b lly"
Leaves at lr?0 A. M. for Cincinnati, Cirelevilla
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill ico the; stops at London,-
Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelandi aniving a. t
.Cincinnati at 6?0 a. m. ; ,
8ICQH TBAlN.r-,.
, (Daily except Sundays J .... 1rj
Leaves at 6"0O A.' M. for Cincinnati,' Dayton
Riehmond.indianapeUsand Cbieago. aadatops at
i, Weat Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Selnia,
Cedarville-Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Mprrow,
.-Soatb, Lebanon Fosters. LevelaB-t, Miford.as
riving at Cinc'onati at 10J6 A. M., connecting
-with the Mail Boats- k ' .i W. r.i.I
THIRD TRAIlf.,, f '-nl
Leaves at p: M for CinofniiaH. Dwyion aad
Sprirgfield, viaXeuiaarrvimr, a Cinsinnati at
6:10 P. M. -
'; ' " 1 ototbtbaI.1' ' ;'",i''7
(Daily excepLSnndays.)
Leaves at 6:15 F. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield via London; stoppingat Altaa, -West
, Jefferson
' Cedarvill
n, liondon, oontn , tnarieston. ,seuma
ills.' Xenia. Morrow and Levelana, and ar-
'leston-.Selma,
, anaar-
Jacfr.Ti
riTing at vinoionati at mm iJh ..
.tit K'.-;-i '-.w ,v
fi rsi
SleeplnsT. Cara .
li:;nii1 nl sr!lr--H
all liglit Tralas,
-itiSMii tn- HENRY BROOTaTrrbatAl
Ticket Agantl ?
Agent, .
7r,MnM,,n,' ;.;7., .... .lfln!
junii iiisAiiii, i , r ii j
r- i nn aurrrBMiaei,i,;acjnnAa. 'Kn
,p1 Ticket AgV
'' raylS.
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE. I
wa ana itar -Jnjnsl ttth. tHtL krauia will ma a.
follows: , . - r
Leava.8. ilFktiras C' taTJs! an-paaaMna"
Columbus,.. r.lkoo Af M, 1. 3:15 P. M. ,11:20 A.M.
Newark......V.S:28A:Mi'"8 P. M.ajl:S5 P. 55,
8teubnTiU...taA.tlj Ss40l, JLiS'Jii,JI.
Arrive at .
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. -I-' It if WP.MI.
Harrisburg 87i0 P. m H.a) P. M. 6K1O A.M.
Philadelphia.. .135 a, M. 40 P, M. , 856 AvMj
New Vork."..? 8:08 A. M. 8:58 P. TlTrSfrX M.
Baltimore.W 8.-4A-A, M,7J0f;Atnr JOP. Jt,
Washington... 9:40 A. M. 1 9:60 K M. 456 P, M.
Boston -MiirJ 4:08 Pi M. ...v..fkw "is.io Fj M.
. E'sKsntstateroom sleeping cars onall night-trains.
On the Past Line the celebrated "Silver Palace
day and niaht cara are sua tbrongb .froaa Coiambasl
to Philadelphia and New.) ork without change..
. 49--Passengers by theiiioo A.'-M. Sunday vrai
satire in baa lfkat5,.jo;eloek Hoaday morning,
an advantage never before offered. ' t
.... S.-P-SCCLla'i.,
: - .i. .,0!," j a.,oiruaenviue, u.
1 tr. W. CARD, Superintendent. tenben-rille. O.
( .. .. .......... LI 1 T.T1-1J.L- -V "
. Ticket izenVColumbuj O
OHN-W.-PETERS. Agent. Uiu?U,tl'.nl
-, jmelO-dJy--ju0, i.i. ,v1 , i ,
1
r'.-'B. MOO81.1ALH6bTrji.1'Sril.: atVI
iXJ iSbjl CI Bit OO ICa'.
WholpsalC
DBALBBg 1 ' ' . A
lTEW'('T)ELJlrT8 oUQABtf !Alfl)J'lKaABD!
'-'Island SorSrs,.Coffee.'Teas Spreeo; TobaeeoB f

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