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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrival and departure of brains at Cb
' Ji? ow.-' n ; nd fter Monday, May U
vw.MiiyiwuirilHIOUOni ' -' '- : - :
, J CiwvelaaalaBw.aa-fcClatl R. ft J
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N.Y. A Western Kxpres.. 1:10A.M.
.New York Einw,.. 11 JO A. M.
Hail and ipnn..v.'.!.v.7.'. SrSO P. M.
ltOtr A.M"
ia:to p. JH.
:to k. m
101 A. M
i5 P. M,
j'aiawaro &iomaioia(ton. aroa k. m.
fo. 1 Accommodation
3:00 A. H.
v j:: Thu trainlaarea Bandar morning not Monday.
Little niuii et-OolaaabaeA-: Xenla K.K.
'Vi'.- " -T.i! ... LEAVE. AIVE.
' Wight Express 10 A. M,, 19:54 A. M
'-'OisKMneti AeoumuMdatlon;. SWA. M. 9J P. M.
.- KxareM. .......Kfift P. M.jll:80 Ai M,
. Kipreaa. .......... ..,..... :I5 P. M. 1:65 P.M'
Sis- - JNO. W. -jOHERTY. Agent.,
Haiti .ware a: OhU KallroBul, Central
PTrrr i . leave. f arrive.
IUnrExure...r.. ...... :10 A. M. 11:25 P. M.
Lightning Kxpresi.;....11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M
fcxpreu Mail 0H. M, J 11 Jo A. M.
A. D. Smith, Aent. ,
Cwiatntna. Chtea-e and Indiana Cen.
Ural Hall war.
. V LEAVE.
::::.i9:M a. m-
...,6:45 A. M.
.... S-SO P. M.
ARRIVE.
1:15 A. M.
1:S P. M.
70 P. M.
Night Express
Aeofntnodation...
j Wwie.t Express.
.. Day Express......
i..
12:10 r. M.
11:00 Aj M.
CA. Hill, AitenU
jndnhj-, Rauljeld A Newark K.K.
7 -j . aw iw a ewerm ana arrive as lonow.
; rrelgtrl.:. ...... ......v........ e oo A.M. 9 35 P.M
..... e oo A.M.
' Mail and fcxpress...
. Mansiald Express .;.
.....10.20 A.M. 9.95 P. M
3 AS P.M. 9 45 A.M.
1. j' A. w . ubnnib. Agent. :
JPUtSBnr-sra,. Cincinnati Ac at. Laula
1 , . Mail war.
..... ... LEAVS.
- Haw York Express--- A. M.
.. Lightning Express...:..... 1I:M A-11.
Mail and Express 1:15 P. M.
11.nni.nn A wnmmnHtHnn ,.00. A M
ARRIT.
11:15 P. M,
60 P. hi
bwi r. ai
i...ftew lork a-xpreas fun daily
All other trains
ran aauy. except Sunday.
DeooMoa Aooomnodafioa itarta from
Tard. ....
freight
John B. Peters, Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ARRITla.
A. x. r. M.
. CUMSB.
A. M. r. K
X astern Throagh Mailt.
, Tin BleubenYille and
Pittsbnnjh 1J30 1230
- Sastera Way Maila, 0. C.
AO.B 1230
Uorthwest. Tia Ft. W. A
. C. 0. V. C A C. R. R. ...... 9:10
ChicaKo. Tia O. P. A I. U.
10:00
1M
19:00
7.-00
4:15
V:30
730
v.ir.K. .... ntn
Little Miami K.R., Thro' I
"little Miam R. R, War.
- KX O. K. R . Newark.
Zanesrille A Wheeling.
0 C. O. K Way -
. . . i rf. i l i
. u JO
11:30
11:30
1:55
19:30
10
1-M
v r. a i.. loivoga ana .
Way .....
Cirolavilla, Chillioothe k
... PorUmoath. ....
r asoaster. Ohio ....
East n ay. National Boad. 10 JO
- Ht. Vernon War. Wester-
s. villa Ac It 30
. KorthColambacandClia- .
tonrille 1030
70 UM 7;30
4M
8:00
730
7:30
13:46
10
i
7d0
washiDgtont;.U.,riarlar-risbarav-
.tri-weekiy.)
arrives Monday Wed
neadaTj, Fridays, and
leaves Tneadaya, Thurs
days and Saturdays....
K)0 ...
Centre Villase. (rri-weeV-t
IyTesdays,thnndaye UK.
11.-45
' i. puu .klUU.J ...... -
' Office Horag. Office opens at IX o'clock A. M.,
"' and eloeee at T P. M . Sundays, opens at 8 A. M
r and eloses at H A. M .
All Mails elose on Sundays at tX P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Audiences.
Oliver Wendell . Holmes, discoursing
f th lecture going people, writes as fol
lows : .
I have been kindly treated by a great
many and may" occasionally face one
hereafteK "J But' I tell yon the average
'. intellect of five hundred persona, as they
.come,. is not very high. , It may be
- Bonnd and safe so far as it goes, bnt it is
not Very rapid and profound.' A lecture
, ought to be something which all can un
derstand about something which inter
ests everybody. I think that if any ex
: jierienced lecturer gives yon a different
'Account from this, it' will probably he
1 ona of those eloquent or forcible speak
, era' who hold an audience by the charm
of ' their 'manner,' whatever they talk
about, when they do not talk very well.
-But an audience, which was what I
meant to speak about, is one of the most
extraordinary subjects of . observation
and study. It is -awful in its uniformity,
in its automatic necessity' of action.
Two communities of ants or bees are ex
actly alike in all their actions so far as
; we can see. Two lyceum assemblies, of
five hundred each, are so nearly alike
that they are absolutely nndistiuguish
able ; in ' many cases by any definite
mark, and there is nothing but the place,
and time by which one can tell the "re
markably intelligent audience of a
town in New. York or Ohio from one in'
any New England town of a' similar
ize. Of course, if any principle of se
lection has come in,, as in these special -associations
of joung men, which are
-common ia cities, it deranges the uni
formity of assemblage. Bat let there be:
rno" such interfering circumstances, and'
one knows pretty well even the look the'
audience will have before he goes in.
Front Beats,a few old folks shiny head
ied lant up best ear toward the speaker-
drop off asleep after a while,, when
the air begins to get a little narcotic
with carbonic acid. Bright women's
faces,. young and middle aged, a little
behind these, but toward the front, pick
out the best and lecture mainly to that.
Here and there a countenance sharp and
scholar like, and a dozen pretty female
ones scattered about. An indefinite
.number of young people scattered about
."-Ihappy but not always very attentive.
.Boys in the background, more or less at
Ifontive.'t Dull faces here, there- in. how
'.many places ! I do not say dull people,
'bnt faces without a ray of sympathy or
movement ' of expression. They are
iwhat kill the lecturer. These negative
faces with their vacuous eyes and stony
linvaments,suck the warm soul out of him.
That is the chief reason why. lecturers
?w eo pale before the Beason is over.'
hey 'render latent any amount of vital
caloric ; they act on our minds-as those;
old' blooded creatures'-1 was talking
about act on our hearts. .' ., ; ,"'
Out of these elements the audience is ;
.generateo-r-great compound vertebrate,;
-OS much like fifty others yon have seen:
as any two mamals of the same species;
are, like each other. Each audience:
laughs, and each cries, in just the same
plc of your lecture ; that, is if .you '
make one laugh or cry, you make all.
Even those ' little Tndescribable move-.
ment8, which a lecturer takes cognizance -.Q.'ju8t
as a driver notices his horse;
cooking his ears, are sure to come in ex-;
actiy the same place of your lecture al- ;
ways. ' I declare to-' you that, as the
monk said about the picture in the con-
vent that he - sometimes, thought the i
living tenants were the shadows,, and.
the painted figures the realities -I have j
sometimes felt as if 1 were a wandering,
spirit, and this greatrunchaBging multi-
vertebrate which - I faced ; night after
night, was one ever listening animal, !
which writhed along after me wherever ;
1 fled, and coiled at my feet every even-i
ing, casting up to me the same sleepless
eyes which I thought I had closed with !
my last drowsy dissertation. "( ' ;.' ,' '. j
" j
Professor Peabody, in his " Ee-:
miniscences of Travel," thus does
MICHAEL- ANQBLO'S MO&ES."
W The master-work of mediaeval sculp.
tore is Michael Angelo's Moses. This :
represents the great lawgiver, seated as '
in the presence of the hosts of Israel, '
"giving them the law which he bas re- j
eeived . on Mount Sinai. - The figure is
collossal, massive, of the most majestic :
aspect ; the beard banging in immense '
curls below . the watsfjlhe arncs vast mas- I
pes "of corrugated muscle, the whole form
b jtoken'uig unparalelled Btrength,ha'rdi- I
hood ani.-prows.!-.-Saint sage, seer,
ruler, warrior all are united in look,
mien and attitnde. - No other personage
in history could have given his name to
the statue; but it tulnis every condition
of a etatueof Moses, and epitomizes his
year8"of physical training' in the deserts
of Midian, Ins holy vigils on thu moun
tain, his kinglv place and office among
men One single feature is a-pair of
liftrns protruding from the brow..: 1 his
was In accordance with a mistranslation
from the Hebrew of the bonk of Exodus,
perpetuated in the Latin Vulgate the
only Scriptures to which the artist had
access. The face of Moses, in our trans
lation, is rightly said to have shone when
lie came, down from the mountain ; in
the Vulgate it is said to haye been liorned.
In other hands these horns would have
been a deformity, and they are so in
miniature copies of the Moses.-i But, in
the original, they! are what the horn al
ways is in the symbolism of the Old Tes
tament a tot en of power, intensifying
the massiveness of the brow, and giving
the last touch of -completeness to the
heaven-breathed vigor and energy of
lum who must ever remain unequalled
among the children ot men. -:
MEDICAL.
The Groat Ht edlelne ftur the Skin rnrct ,
without rati, every hind or nn
" . ffbtly eruption oT the face,
or Ifehlnar, IrrltAtln or '-
. j lv . j. dUtretwiiMt' entaneon
ttlseaue on any park
of the person,
' 7? hm Rmrly rrJi'rvd mt it tht trwrtifytnff frnr
tkt mnl i tint titHo lookittp tftiire liken mM,' writes
t'linrle E. Nohle. (eem-ral Agent of Mich. CeDtrul
R. H., 173 BroadwHy, N. Y.
IF fimtt it nn inmtttnbt rtmeitv for Tetter, ete.,w
write Iligley Bros,, Druggist, Fiilrfleld, Iowa.
rVrrj tried prmr valuable rrmrrfy for Jiarbrr
Itch reith great sncoeat writes C. W. I)umout,if
Leomiustur, Blass.
Bend for circular. Price, 75 cts. and tl.00.
Trepaml only by SOLON PALMEK,
36 West Fonrtb Street, Cincinnati, O
For sale by Druggists generally.
BetHll deodAwly
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.
Prepared by Seward It Bentlet,
Druggists, Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all
druggists.
S. . SAMUEL ft OoA Wholesale Agents.
SBB-ap4-deosAwly
rtdUjnOi Ml OF AlAnKlAtit.. A NEW
ConKKS or Licrnkls. as delivered at the New
iork Museum ot Anatomy, euioracing tne suo-
lects: Hot to lire and what to lire for; Youth,
Maturity and Kid Age: Mannood general y renew
ed : The ciuw of indigestion, tiatuler.ee and Ner
vous diseases accounted for: Atarriase D-iiosoDh-
ically considered, Ac.
Pocket volumes eontaining thee lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reecintot
four stamps, by addressing SMIHETAKY, New
York uasrjc or Anatomt akd Sciknor. tii
Rraadvat Nfw Yoke. VNr-feb-28-dlr
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
A. & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AKD DEALERS IN -
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
. CLOCKS,
KILTER and
PLATED WARE,
CAKES, SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY, "
GOLD IE,
POCKET-BOOKS and
OPERA CLASSES,
15 ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
SetEt Tnomaa' and Walerbuny Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
lor tne
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools aad Materials. Watch Glass
es (r renoh and Ueneva) in full supply at
....... ..w rates.
r All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
fruaranteed.
febH-eollT No 71 South Hih St.. Cc.lu jibus.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
SEALER IK
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
173 South U:Eh street. Columbus, O. Repairing
carefully dooe an1 warranted. mj7-od6m
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
OOKS AYATEDFOR B I D I G .
HAVE YOU
ANY KIIOKS, IHAGtZI!E 8HF.GT
rV. iMDcSIC Ac.. Ac. tbat you wish to have
bound in a nice firm bindiog, promptly, at low
price? Books sent for and reiurne 1 to any part of
the city by giving notice through posteffice, or at
the
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
AMD.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
toe atata.
Koonis 34. 36. 38 ItortU High Mreet,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
Steam Printing Omoes.)
BLANK BOUKSt
BtAKK BOOKS!!
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the hi .hest
to the lowest, printed If desired, rule i and bonnd
to-any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices. . -
Orders fnci Ccunty Officers Banks, Merchants,
and all Officers rtquintir riUPKhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, wiil be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention.
our patronage respectfully solicited.
. W. LEFAYOR,
oal3-deod6m
Proprietor
8IEBERT & ULIaEY,
Blank Book Masufactnrers,
' PRINTERS, BINDRSAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
; UXVISIi BOOKS
of every desoription, with orwithout printed llead
ings for
COCKIT OrriCERS, MERCHANTS, K ANrrACTURERS1
: . . BANKERS. RAILROAD COMPANIES. 0. J
' AT- Foil sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprileouly COLUilBUS. OHIO.
HOTEL.
ST. JAiVtES HOTEL,
, , Fourth Street, near Main, ,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HENRY P. ELI A3, - - fropricior
TBIS POPULAR HOUSE, CKNTRALLY LO
eated and eonvenient t business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
Elace for persons visiting the citv. No pains will
e spared to make the stay ot guests plearant in
every particular. , myHi-d6m
COAL.
T -1 ALLE N Age n t .
W1A.L. CORT1NIB THE COAL Bllgl.
.. NE.S at bis present stand,
Io. 1S5 ."orlli Hisli afreet, .
and will tske orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKINU COAL, which he is prepared to soil at
the lowest market price.
T Speoi&l attention paid to Shipping.
m20-eodtfj
MISCELLANEOUS.
limes of Holdino; Courts
in the Fifth Judicial Dis
trict of Ohio tor 1SGO. ,
The State of Ohio.l
i
ran klia county.
IT. 8. Stlr.PAKO, CI.EHK OF THE
Court of Common Pleas within and forsnid
county, do hereby certify that the following order
is truly taken and correctly copied from the journal
ui sain vourt.jo-wii:
Times of Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
District 0 Ohio for lSUU.
It is hereby ordered that the order heretofore
maJe on the 18th dav of HeDtember. A. 11. 1H88.
issued, fixinc the days of the commencement of
tne tjourta of Common f less and IJistrict Oourts
ot said Judicia1 District, be hereby amended, and
that the District Courts an.l Courts of C.minon
Pleas for the year A. l. 1888. shall begin in the
several counties of the t ifth Judicial Dittriot of
the State of Ohio, at the times following :, ,,. ,(
DISTRICT COURT. -
Mtdison. May 4th.
Franklin, Mar 5th.
Pickaway, May loth.
Adams, Sept, Sth.
Clermont, Sept. 13th.
Fayette. May 14th.
Ross, August 31st.
HiRhland. Sent. Sri..
j Brown, Sept. 8th..
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. :
Brown, February ftth, June 1st. November Sd.
Adatus, January 27th, May 18th, Sep'ember 21st.
Clermont. January 5th. June 39th. October 5th.
Highland. Jai.uary 12th, May 18th, October 13th
kofs. Jannary 9oth, Judo 1st, November 2d.
rayette. February i3d, June stb, September
21st.
Madison, Februarv21, May 18th, October 19th. :
Pickaway, March 8th. June 15th, November 3d.
Franklin, February 16th, June 1st, November
15th.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands.
ALFRED S Dlt'KEY.) r
- J. Q A.HHBHRN. Judges.
JOSEPH OI.DS.
,; In testimony whereof I have hereunto sub
scribed my name and atFixed the seal of
I SEAL ?aid Court at rlumbus, this 30th day
of October. A. D, 1668.
T. S. SHEPAFD, Clerk.
October SI. 1P68. oct31-dlt3w
Sherifl's Sale.
Wm. G. Blynn
1
et al.)
Court of Common Pleas
of
vs
Thomas B. Blynn
Franklin county.
tin partition )
IN PURSUANCE OK AN ORDKR OF SALE IN
the above stated ease, to me direotcl, 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the court bouse, in the
city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 28.h dav of November, A.D.
1808,
at 3 o'clock P."M. of said ('av. the follnwina da
sribeH real estate, situate in Franklin county, State
of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number orient of a subdivision of outlots of
the citv of Columbus, numbers fifty-nine (59),
sixtv (80) and sixtv-one (61). n ade br Samuel Me-
dary. as per plat thereof reoorded in book S8, page
534 of the records of deeds of 'irl county, being
the same premises eonvryed to William Blynn by
'I hoKxs S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 23d, A.
D. 1P60.
. Terms of Sale One-third eah on dav of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third in two years
t- ereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold.
appraised at fis.ow.
Printer's fees 13 75.
UEORGE H. EAREART. Sheriff.
By J. 8. Bull, Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin. Att'y. octS4-dltAwtd
Sberift's Sale.
Newell P. Mis, - ) Court of Common Plea
vs of .
Michael Eugel et al.) Franklin county.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated case from said oourt. to me
directed, I will 3 er for sale at the door of the court
house, in the citv of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 2StIi dav of November, A. D.
1808,
at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described real es-
ta e. to-wit:
J r e south half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' add tton to the city of Columbus, Ohio, as
par recorded plat thereof reoorded in plat record
No. 1, race 175, being the same premises eonveyed
to said Magdalena fcneel by Noah M iggins, by deed
uatea Aiay mid. a. if. ittrt.
A ppraised at P-J41 6S.
Printer's fes 11 00.
UEOKGE II. EARHA RT.
Sheriff and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Bull, Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. oc(24-dltiwtd
Drs Warner & Bmminger,
DENTISTS,
BTTCJECZ3"3TE1 BIiOCK,
REGARDING Tllfc TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beautv.
we cordially invite you to call at our Dleasant Den.
tal rooms. No. 18 East Broad street.
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
tist.
Artificial teetn made Dt us are worn with com
T?t and serve the purposes ot speech, mastication
ioeaalr. As Dentists we aim tube the bat, and
is all that's good
Teeth extracted without pain y7-w8m
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
WILL SELL OR" EXCHANGE FOR PROP
ERTY in the cit of Columbus, a farm of ISO
acres of land near Ottawa, the eonnty seat of Put
nam eonnty, Ohio, and will par the difference, if
any, in cash. Tne land is situate at the corner of
cross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich l'md, and well tim
be red with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice busch
A good bargain will be given.
P. Vtf. ANIIKE.W9.
Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
mr2-wtf
Merchants' Bank.
NOTICE IS H t REBY GIVE TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massillon, and all others concerned
that in pursuance to the provisions of the 4Ut sec
tion of the charter of raid Bank, that app ication
will tie mane to t e au ttor. treasurer and ecre
tary of rotate to , nr end-r the Hot ds der-ored to
recure the circuinti j. s i Batik a't-r ttie expi
ration of six uo-it b ;r.m t'.i a t.
I .-TK SR. I're-'t.
S. l.l'N I'. Cast.ier.
Massillon. Jin 28 lrw - ui wGm
Atiachmeat.
Elias FUher ) Befor- Jas. M. Paxton, J. P
vs. of Norwich tnwnshin.
James Lishley.) Franklin eonn'y. Ohio.
o1
N THE EIGHTH DAY OF O0TEBER, 1868.
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
the aove action, tcr th sum of Thirty Dollars.
tiiiiiard, uct, ittn, lew.
octl73w-r ELIAS FISHER '
Farmers and Farmers' Sons
Wanted to encage in a business, during the Fall
and Winter, paying from 9150 to foO per month.
Address,
ZEIGLER, McCURDY A CO..
oetn-r'm Cincinna i, Ohio.
Legal Notice.
ASA CIOMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
tba'. Sousan Cromer did. on the ii day of Novem
ber. 1568. file ber petition in the office of the Clerk
of tile Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
eonnty of Franklin and estate of Ohio, charging
tne sai 1 Asa urutner witn wiiuui absence trom toe
said plaintiff for more than five years last pat,and
a-kiig tbat she may be divoreed from said Asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
01, wl iob petiti- n will stand for hearing at the
next term of said Court.
Dated N oven.ber 4th, 1868.
SOUSAN CROMER.
By W. A. Puktlebauqh. her Att'y. nrvJ-ow
Emollient Cream.
THIS DELIGHTFUL. AINDEI.KGANT
preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering eommendatiora from
those wbo osod it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the publ e, assuring them that it
atauds unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
against me lncumenoy ot toe wfnter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delightful traxrance render it a necessary append
ase to the toilet. Prepared only by AlAKPLE A
RITSON, 1 lFpensing Chemists, 100 South High
street, uolumDus, UU10. - nov4-deodiw4w
Joseph Wittman, plaintiff.i State oi Ohio, Frank
- against lin county. Court of
Henry Maurer, defendant.) Common Pleas
TASK MAID HKSKY R1AUHEK, DC
fendant. will take notice that on the 1st day
of October, A. D. lfiod, the said plaintiit. Joseph
Wittman, filed his petition in the Court of Com
mon Pleas in and fur the county of Franklin and
(State of Ohio, to recover fiom the said defendant
the sum of One Thousand dollars, with interest
fioin the Sd day of September, A. D. 1868. on bis
certain promi sory note due upon said day, and
unpaid, and praying.fnrajn.lg ueut for said amount
with interest as aforesaid, aad tbat the said
plaintiff bas caused an attachment to he levied, in
said canse, upon tue followi'.g described property
belonging to said defer. dant. to-wit: Lots num
bered 11. M, 13, 14. 15, 16, IT. 18. 1!, 20. 21, 9, 30, 31,
38, 33, 34. 35. 36. 37, 38, 40, 41 . 42. 43. 44. 45. 46, 47, 48.
49, SO, 61. 62. 63. 54, 65, 56. 57. 58, 59 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to the city of Columbus, in said
county of Frar.klin and State of Ohio, as marked
on the plat of said addition recorded in the office of
the Recorder of Franklin eountv.
The said defendant ia required to answer by the
third Saturday after the '3th day of November
A. 0.1888. JOSEPH WITTMAN.
By OrksEL A Mato, his stt'ya.
oct2-w6w
. . Western Reserve Bank,
Warren, Ohio, August IS. 18S-). i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of tbe outstanding notes of the late
Western Reserve Bank, aud to all other parties iii-tere-ted.
tbat after tbe expiration of six months
fr..m this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, (secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der tu said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fif'b (45) section of an act entit ed
"An act to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies." passed February
' H. B. PERKINS. President.
' M. B. Tatlkb, Cashier. .... .
August 19, lc68. aug28-wm
PASSAGE TO AND FKOITI GKEAT
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ing Packet, by weekly tines, atreduoed rate. TAP
SCOTT BKOS.A CO.. 8 South street. New
York, continue to issue Passage Tickets, available
(or twelve months, from London, Liverpool, or
Qneenstown, and Drafts, payable en demand, for
aoj amount, from 1 and upwards, '
MUUUUta IIV1
BAILEY
itt'j-urau.'" a , Agents,
Ogll-Wly-BNT
flanker , Columbus
PRINTING.
THE LARGEST AND MOST JOm
PLETE ,
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
IKOIIaM12TOIl8.
Nos. 3v,38.& 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO"
The attention the Business Publie called to
the superior facilities of tbis Establishment.
We have in constant use
Eleven Steam Power ' Presses
.OF TBI
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to get ont work promptly ia
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to our alreadv
LARGI! TARIE'l (jlj?
PRINTING TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who rray give
ns a oalL Our large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of
. ' ... " .-.. 'a 1
BOOK PRINTING !
n the most prompt and excel'ent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this ine to the
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we have executed in th pastjear.
JOB PRINTING!
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do, none but the
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of the -
LATEST and CHOICEST
S1YLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF , '
Mercantile, , .
Railroad,
Bank and
Commercial
Printing,
. UCH AS
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, Letter Beads,
Blanks of a kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c.,r&c.
IN FACT,
EVERY HAD OF JOB PRIMING
Needed by the business publio.
We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the city such at
Super Royal. medium,
Demy, Crown Cap,
Cap, .Letter sand
Note I,Tprs
Of the best qnalities, and, purchasing them as we
do, dir-ctly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond- -inglv
low rates. We are Sole , . '
Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPERS '. OF .
PliATNER &, POUTEIl.
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
" manufactured by u. We are prenared to
. . ,' fill all orders for ...
Ijedgorrl, , '" ":'" ' '
ToumalSi
' Casli AJoolx.ti
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 eompatition ia
this line. . , "
GIVE CJ A- CALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,
S6, S8 fc 4 ril7 Iliglm Street,
COLUMBUS.
MISCELLANEOUS-
. THE;' SUCCESS j
Of our ONE DOLLAR BALE has caused such
x ia-; 1" H.1 A. TO ?E3
That in rrder to supply the demand occasioned by
our constantly incrraing patronaee. wo have re
cently tnade lmprtati.ins lor the Fall Trade, direct
from European Alan faoturers. , . . . 1
Amounling to Nearly $500,000,
So that we are prepared t" sell every description
of Dry and I'ancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery .Watches, Albums Jewelrj. Ac, of belter qual
ity tbau any other coneern In tee country for the
uniform prioe of ON K DOLLAR FOR . A (JH AR
TICLE. The best of Boston and New York refer-
nces given s to the reliab lity of n hruse, and
that our business is conducted in the faiie-t and
most legitimate manner possible, and tbat we
give greater value fur the money than can be ob
tained in any other way. .All Goods damaied or
broken in transportation replaced tthAut charge.
Checks describing articles fold sent to agents in
Clubs at rates mentioned below.- We guarantee
every ariicl to cost less thin if bought at any Bos
ton or New York W bolesale House..
Our Commissions to Agents
Kxoeed those of everr other establish Oient of the
ki'.d, proof of tbis can be found in comparing our
premiums with those of ntherj for Clubs of tbe
same size, in addit'on to which we c'aim to give
better goods of the same euatactei We will send
to Aieots free of charge.
For a Club of so and Three Dollars 1 dos.
good linen Sbirt Fronts; 1 set Solid bold Stud;
all Wool Cassimee for Pants: fine rbite Counter
pane, large siae; 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 10 jards
brown or bleached S' eeting, good quality, yard
wide; 1 elegmt 101) Pioture .Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope and 13 Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated eneraved 5 bottle Castor; 1
elegant Silk Ian. with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and' lined Para
sol; 30 yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair bet quality Ladies' Serge C'.nxress
Boots; 1 doxen fine Linen T.wels; X dosen Rogers'
best Silver Dessert Forks: 1 Ladies' larue real Mo
rocco Traveling Baa; 1 fancy Dres Pattern. X
doen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
1 dozen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased s- lid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' bitrh cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box eompletc;
1 set Jewelry, pin. ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
For a Cu b of 50 ano Five Dollars 1 black
or colored A lpacca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Btankets; Engraved Silver
plal.d 6 bottle Revolving Castor: 1 heautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Cassimere. for Pa. its and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras , heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf Boo r, 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleached Sbeenrg,
fard w;de or 40 yards yards wide, good quality; 1
.ad its' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag; 1 square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain Norwich PoDlin Dress Pat
tirn, i jards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot; 3
yards double width water proof cl.ith for Cloaking
FOR A I LCB Or 100 AND TEN DOLLARS I rick
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to march; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher; ve y fine all Wool Cioth for
Ladies Uloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; IX yards fine Cassimere for
suit; 1 e'egant Poplin Dres Pattern; 1 elegant
English lserage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful hnglispt
borage Sbawl: 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-ess
n a ten; 1 Kartlett Hand Portable ciewing Machine;
SDlendid Familv Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages: S5 yards good Hemp
Larpeting, g.tod colors; 1 pair good Marseille tluiln
1 goo!6 Itarrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Cape: 1 single barrel Shot Gun: 1 silver plated en
graved C bottled Revolving Castor,- cut glass bot
tles; i verv nne v tolin and Jow.in cast-; net ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the same
rao. - - - , .
S Send Money by Registered Letter. '
bend for our new Fall Circular.
. ST Catalogue of Goods sent to any address raxB.
PAKKER &CO,
Nos. 96 and 100 Summer street, Boston
. risepS-wlSw ,
' . ; ) 'A. COMPLETE ' j
1 r t t ! t
'IV
? Tins &
-AU:-1- " f
OHIO SAW WORKS.
Paten Ground Circular Sawi,
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAKD AND RIP SAWS.
Repaikino Carefcllt and Prohptlt Done.
WOODKVttlH A IHCP1HLI9I,
F.ni.rl . I Hamilton, Ohio, and :
factories, j tS40 WestTth St.. Cincinnati. O.
Warehouse. 11 At 14 West Sd street, Cincinnati, O.
SSSD FOR PRICE LIST. TO srpS-w3m
. IIHijCIIk,i, JAMl & C'O.'ti
Great One Dollar Sale.
THE MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF THE
THE KITkAI.I.ESr AKTICLK O.V OCIt
1 checks can be exchanged at an? time for a
splendid largetloooertina.or a five-bot, tie revolving
silver-plated uas'or. or t.entr-ionr t renon .sterc-
seooio Views. We have on hand over half a mil
lion oollars' worth of goods . The largest and most
valuableock ot Linens, Woolens, t.ottons, f lari.
nels. Dress Goods. Fancy Goods. Plated Ware. Cnt-
lery. Meerschaum Pipes, ac, Ac, ol ANY DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers prices. 1 nis never Das Deen done be
fore, and is causing a compl.t i panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherever our goods are sent
If y. u wish to buy goods cheap, now is the lime I
v e are bound to sen 1 bverytning sold at the unt
form rate of ON K DOLLAR EACH. Those get.
ting up clubs for other firms will do well to stop
a here they . re. and send torour Circular. Our in
ducements are d uble those of any other concern.
Agenta, Look Here!
For a club of Thirty and S3, we send one of the
follow ing article;, free of charge: 24 jards of
heavv brown or bleached yard wide Sheeting: 1
Double Lens French Steroscope, with 24 rioh f r
ign vies; 1 Ladies' real Morocco Traveling Bag:
20 pairs Ladies' fine Merino Stockings: 1 genu ue
Meerschaum Pipe, amber mouthpiece, in splendid
case; 1 Violin and B .win box rouipU-te: All-Wool
asst mere tor pants; 1 pair Ladies extra quality
Cloth Boots. 1 cozen fine Linen To. els: 1 Steel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced ban-
die, very best quality; bents heavy chased solid
Gold King; Elegant Delaine !ress Pattern; 1 doxn
heavy silv.r p'ated white metal Dessert Forks; I
doxen Rogers Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons 6 Engraved S. P. Napkin Ring?; 1 rich
30-keyed metal bound Concertina, retails for (10.
For a club of Fifty and $5, one of tbe following
articles : 1 Web of heavy brown or bleached yard
wiH. Sheeting: 1 black nrer.loed Aloaoca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool BNnkets; Engraved sliver
piated 6 bottle Kevolving castor; I sec ivory bal
anced Knives, withsilverplated white metal Forks;
1 pair Gents' Calf Boots; 35 yards good Print; 4
varda double width Waternroof for Cloaking: 1
Square Wo. 1 Sbawl; SX yards very fine Cassimere
tor pants and vest; eeauttiui l op! in Dress rattern;
100-Pioture Turkey Morocco Photograph Albntn. -Kor
a etnbof One Hundred and ftlO. presents va
rying in value from tlS to 25. Club of Five Hun
dred and (50, presents from 460 to tlOO. Laj-ver
duos increased in the same ratio. Piemiums sent
with goods.
Circulars free to any address. Send all money
by registered letter or money order. Address
BELCHER. JAME A VO .
S ucoessors to A. S. Hardy A Co.,
7 A 9 Bromfield street, Boston, Mass.
PB-Oet37-w4t
1
A
THE PLACE TO BUY
LAMP GOODS,
Kerosene Chandeliers. ' ' ' :
. . .Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps,
Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and best kinds of Burners, Chimneys,
Wicks, oranithing in the Lamp line, for lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwellings, is at
i HOHOKI A V. S Depot, ,
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 1C-2 Alain street, ,
- Cincinnati. '
CAS FIXTURES.
Gas Chandeliers, . ?r fj ,' V.u 'A
Hall Lights. , .. .. . ,
Bracket Lights, ! ' ? '-J .
...... Portable Lights. .
Ceiling and
. . W indow Reflector Lights,
, ... Shades, Globes,
; Smoke Hells.
Or anything in the Gas Fix'ure line, is at ,
jitiiti n i a Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Wrougbt-iron Pine (Plain or Galvanized), ,
Vasl-iron ooii ripe.
! Stone aud Cement Drain Pipe,
, , Alalleableand Cast ir. n Fittings,
1 ' Steam Valves, Stop Cocks,
. I Gaa. Service, aud
Meter tl. cits, h ft.. Ac '
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at i
, . .... iiutir.ii it i a. iii. Depot, ,
Nos.' 6 East Fourth and 16-2 Maib street.' '
Pumps & Plumbers'. Goods.
Cistern and Well Pumps, . , . . , . ,
Litt and rorce rumps,
nl;i . j.'.- Beer Pumps. Larden Pumps, Ac, . : i
. f ., Hath Tabs, Closets,
,.!., ! n. w ash-stands. Wash Trays, '
.... Bath Boilers. Siaks,
Ac, Ac. Everything in tbe above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern price., a,
& Steam Fitters Tools.
....win. Munbinea.ntocks and Diea. Drills
bcrew-cuttiDZ
Reamers and Tsps, Patent, Pipe Cutters, Pat-
.n.
nl Ordinary Pipe Tongs.- Pipe -Vises.
Met
. .nd . lturner Plvers. Gas Fitters' Aiw
gers
i. Chisels, Ac, Ac Everything in the above
alwais on band and for taleat the mknnfactmr.
Chisels, Ac, Ac, Everything in the above
line
er s
l trade rates, at ..
8 tiail rauriu et mc main "ireci, a
-. . . ;'' i ; TwntxitiTri i I
c CTi-sep30i-w3in
TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
.i
- Xi-v Tralzxa X3e.ly. '
EXCEPT SUNDAY. ... n
From Columbus, in connection with Trains, on the
Little Miami Ac Col iambus Jk Xesslv
JKallrexida.
KIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbng at'lfl
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilaad,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
6.20 A. M.. New York 7.-00 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at SK)0 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thic
train starts fre-a tbe Freight Tard. :
NEW YORK KXPP.KSd-Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. U ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington
. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
P. M., New York next day at 3:46 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- LeavesColumbusatlJ
P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Oraf ton and Berea. Ar
riveat Cleveland at 8 25 P. M.,New York 100 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:06 P. M. Will
stop atall stations between Columbus and Spring-
KmlA .mmn. . J .11, 1 U ; G 1 .J
(do P.M. This train leaves Springfiefd at 6:40 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. .11.; Uoluuibuf
10:26 A.M. - .-. .1
'
. . . .
Pa ten t Sleeping Cars are ran on sal
night Trains to Chicago,
New York and
Besloa. --, ,
W" Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
RETURNING: -.
Night Express arrives at Columbus at 100 A. M.
" Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at lt-.lt
P. M.
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbu
at 10:35 a. M.
Fsare aa Low as by any Other Route).
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ,
E. 8. FLINT,
- Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON. ,
' . '. Agent, Column a, Ohio.
Columbus. May 11, 1888. .. .
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
1 - - . - . t i
F O K T II E , : II A. I XI
. Improved !
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp C can and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of tbe Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. , . , .
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age
It restores Grey Hair to itt Original Color. ' !
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
years. ,
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
ble substances. - '
It has received over six thousand voluntary test!
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing..
. It is sold in naif-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers' in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole-
. sale by Demas Barnes A Oo.; F. C. Wells A Co.
Bchieffelin A Co.. New York. l8CHNY-mchaT7-dly
A New Article of Food.
r7an&i47n.l
' It was M. Bril'at Savarin, the celebrated French
. Gastronome, who first said, that ''the man who in
vents a new dish does more tor Society than the
man wno oiscoveis a rianet. tne
CACIO 1I MACCAROAI
or Italian Dreaared Cheese Macraroni. is now of
fered as a most deiieious. wholesome a d piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics). Travelers,
and tor use in lieer loons, faror Sample Koonis
It is eaten on Bread, Biscuit or Toast.
It is mitablefor Sandwiches flnglese "Due fU
lint di pane condentro." Especially is it adapted
for those climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
tint.. .
It may be nsed as a seasoning for Soups. Hash or
bte.s-and .armed upon a stove, alter tbe can
oas been opened, it makes, witnnut rurtner prep
naration. a Delicious W elsh Rarebit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted vieats.
The proprietors and.Patentee cannot but ask for
it a tni
Send for a tupi.lt dozen M lb Cans, and RICH
LY gilded snow card, securely psckeo, an.l ship
ped pfer express to any address. Liberal discounts
msde to the trade.
N. B. The(-aeindi Maecaroni is nnt no in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at (8 per
case, net cash.
For sa'e by all respectable Grocers and at the
rruu otores.
Kn..T)onaihla .irnnta wanted everywhere.
' All orders aud communications should be ad
dressed to
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY,
98 Liberty Street, New York.
TNT-8cp39-deod6mos
PITTSBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
A. "WORD WITH YOU!
BRFAD IS THE srtFF PF LIFE
your most important articloot diet. Tbe health
of your family largely depends upon its being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would yon have it so T Then nse only
NATRONA SALERATUS!
xS" IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.1t
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
white and beautiful Taken pound home -to
your wife to-night She will be .
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda shonld try our
BI-CARBOIN ATE UP SODA.
We guarantee it not only fr sur-erior to any other
American make, bnt even purer than the best Aew
CasJe or English Soda. - .
MANUFACTURED BY THE .
PENK'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
(
)
PITTSBURGH, PA.
VNT-nnglO-eodly-r
HOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. BBPABD.
O. B0BI0EB.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW- 3rTIR2rI. ' ' "
T8.. SHEPABD HAVHO FOBttlEO
a partnership with G. H0R1GER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe' trade at
INO. I6S SOUTH HIGH STRtEr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine the'rfir.-e and
well selected stock of Ladies'. Genu', Miafes' and
t!hilfiren'a Hoot, and Shoes, tbia dar received di
rect from the bast, and which they are now offering i
lor sale on the most reasonable terms, in our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
' CUSTOM MADE WORK. "
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
- Wawould respeotfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. JNo trouble to
show goods. . .. ... , . '
Remember thopl.ee: No. 1M SonthHigb street.
. Akeuiomoerut.iiB51J1pARU & HORIGEK.
BCoirimbus. O:. Sept. H. 1P8. ' '- dtf
Vil',
GROCERS.'
H'COLM, MILES & MTOALDS,
' NO. 14 & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET ,
GKO C E It ,
PKOPKIETORS COI.fJiTlKtJN POW
li R MAGAZINE, and agents for tbe sale of
Hazard Powder Com pan j'. Powder.,. Agents (or
ho sale of ''.'"' j '
, ruM. GARDNER, PHIPPS' i CO.'S tci
Celebrated Sugar Cared Hants,
,. -.. ,. and dealers in ?.' ., . . 1 -.,
FOREIGN, jDOMESTIC. AND STAPLE
GROCERIES ,. .
in all their varieties,' Imported Wlhes,' Brandies
Cigars. eto.-: i - -: .j iall-eodl, ;
JOSEPH H. o G-EIG-ER
j-.j.I
Attorney- :at - T.&-v, u ' 3
PAKsoirs BTJixDiirrj,' ; " - 1
au26-eod3m COR. TOWWlBIG&Sfsl"
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
t
Change efCars to Chicago, fj-'
oria and lodiunnpolist. -
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Onfori : Depot 'V.o-
.r j, Jumbus, as follows:
P. I r A. M: TOLKDO KXPRSSB.nd.yt
U.J excepted.) Arrives at MilfordSiM A M
Lrbana 8:6g A. at.; Piqua 10. A. M ; Lima V-o'i
P. M.-Toledo 3:46 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. it
Passengers by tbis train arrive at Toledo
Detrolta Btotira sahit of any other rout .
r. at. UAXEaPKB '8 (Sundara -
a l ir.t - r. .
8:46 A .
Bur
r.'So"iV m: "L--Til.0"" e A- M:t Lafa
v.
mo7n.Dri.y-VDa"iTSnrnVe.l
Zh$:?CAP0 AWD 8T- LODIS KX
cF.AiU PKbhS (bundays exceotedj Arrives at
Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Logmsport SKIS A. M.; Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 2:05 A. M.: Terre Haute
i-M A. M.: Evansrille 68 P: MH- Mattoon SOU A.
M. Pas 10r05 A. M4 Alton 1:40 P. M.; St. Louis
3:45 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A. M.r Springfield. Ills.
1 P. M.; Quincy Jo P. M.; Keokuk 8.45 P. M.
Louisville 7:45 A. Jlj. Nashville 630 P.M ; Mem.
Dhis 9:15 A. al.T Toledo 1:30 A. M.- Ittmi tt-aa
A. At. - - -- - :. . ,
I'M 1
2Stl ?.?f Mrf HrdfOTi JDctiow.3:l9 P. S j
NEW AND ELEGANf j... .. i .,:
HleepihgrCars.::
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 hour ahead of any other route. '
lO.nK A. H. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily tel.
dianapolis. and, Sunday) excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport 835 A. M.: Peoria
6:S6 P. M.: Chicago 1:00 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute 10A.M.; Evansville 10WF. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Cairo 4:15 A. M.; Pana :15 P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.: St. I ouis 8:10 P. U Lafay
ette 1J0 P. M.; Louisville 4 30 P. ifashville
410 A. M., Memphis 3:16 P. M.
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis 4 afid
. Chicago 6 hour, ahead of any other
route. -
State Room Sleeping? Can
KVH IH THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO IN DIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT-CHANGE.
Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
AW Tickets for sale at Um. nand Piqua Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices.
. , F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
J. M. LU NT. General Superintendea
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Tbres Trains Leave Celinbns (ta ,
. Depot), Daily (Sundaya a.xcepted j
KIO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrrvin !
Zanesville at 4 20 A. M.: BeUaire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 430 A. M.; Washington City at S;1S
A. At, ' .
: . . - : -. , - ' . ..:. -
IttlO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS rriving
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. V : Bellaire at 4:30 p. M.
Baltimore at 8 SO A. Al.; Washington City at
A AL. - , .
2:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 80 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M.; W ashington City at 5:45 P.M.
-" 3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. . .. . ....,
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of 71 - -. ..i
- . n t i
Yifeiling Wafcliijigtoa City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Ask For TICKETS via BELLAIR.
JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation,
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, GenT Passenger Ag. ,
8
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
atji3:,t.S''05
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY, May 11th, 1868, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus .
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
. , LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IN
DIANAPOLIS & CHICAGO,
Withou (change of ears to DAYTON and RICH,
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO, t a
Connections are reliable as follows ' 3
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). ' "'
Leaves at 1:?0 A. M. for Cincinnati, Cireleville
Lancaster. Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 6:90 a m. ... - '.
SECOND TRAIN.
- (Daily except SundaysJ ' - '
Leaves at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati, Daytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and f'hicago. and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin. Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters. Lovelani, Mil ford, ar
riving at Cimrnnatt at 10:35 A. At., connecting
with the Mail Boats. ,, ...
, THIRD TRAIN..- t
(Daily except SundayxO : ' , -
leaves at 12:25 P. H for Cincinnati. Dayton and
. Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6U0 P. H.
FOURTH TRAIN.
, (Daily except Sundays.)
:-l 0-
Leaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, . West
Jefferson. London, Sontk tharlestoa. Seima,
Ce- arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 J , At. -, , - - , , .
Slcepinv (ara on all Night Train.
HENRXJJROOKS. Ticket' Agent. '
JNO. VV7l)0HEKTY. Agent. . ,
' JOHN DURAND. ) ,'
' Gen'l Ticket Ar-t.) ' .r ' mayl8
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
i;v' ' " PAST H Alt DLE ROUTE, j '':'" '''
on ana alter Jan 39th. l6fL trains will ran a
follows: , ,
Leave..-; N. Y. Express."" Mail -JS'Fsst Lin
Columbus ifiO A. M. :15 P. M.. , 11S0 A. M.
Newark .S:95 AJIW3;50 P. Jf. :35 P. M,
Stubeoville...9;00 AAL 9.-40 P.AL,, 5:15 P.M.
" Arrive at" ' - - ' .... ... ...
Pittsburgh ,..J1.10 A. M...,1SH)0 M.. 7.-ti5P.M.
HarrisbTirg...r 9:20 P.M.1 isao P.M'.", 6:00 A. M,
rhiladelphia..' IS A.M. -j 4f(l V. Mv) r9f A.
New York.... 6:00 A. M. . t-AS P. M. 11:60 A. M.
Rtltim'ore A. M. Brio P. M. M:S0 P. M.
Washington, OHO A. M. . -JM PM. n 46 p. M.
Boston 6H P. M. " lt0 P. M.
- Elegantefaia room sleeping ears on all eigbttrains.
On. tha rest Line the celebrated "'Hilier Palace
day and night cars are run through from Columbni
t Philadelphia and New York without ebaoga.....
?" Passengers by tbe 2.-00 A. M . Sunday train
arrive in New York at 5- o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered. -1
1 - ... j S.'F SCUIiLl'
' dy-LV1'' Gel Tick,t Ag't. Bleubenvilr.. 0. 1
W-W.CARi). Sapexintendert. Meubenville. O.
- ' H.B. BROOK. -
Ticket Agent, Columbus. 0.
OTOLESALE GROCERS. '
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Wholesale Grocers;
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