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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Iftowlngihe arrival and depertur. of trains at Co'
Ohio. -Oa mud after Monday, May 24
68 trtins will ran a follow: .
: ClfTtUa4( Caiaaabaa Clam R. R. j
. IBAVW. ABBOT
R.Y. A Western Express.. 1:A.M. IJM A. M
Mw YorkExpren 11:10 A.M. 12:10 P. M.
Mail and xprasa SJ:S0 P. M. 9:10 P. M.
Ie!eware Aoeommodation.. 8:08 P. M, MAS A. M. t
go. 1 Aoooamodatioa .. SM A. M. 6.25 P. M. i
- "ThU train leaves Snnnaymomlng not Monday. !
JAMES PATTERSON Agnt.
(Little Miami JkClnnaai& Xeaalm It. sc. :
' " ' ', ' '" L1AVB. ' ABBIVB.
Night Exert.. IAS A. M. ltfcS6 A. M
Cincinnati Aooummodation. 5:u A. M. 9:35 P. M.
Expreta -.....,... .....ISSS P.M. 11:00 A.M.
lrwr, ............. 6:15 P. M. Ai P. M
K2a ' JXO. W. jOHERTY. Agent. :
aU it aware eata ttallread, Central .
i Okl AMvlaten.
'. ,- .. I.BAVB. . -AKBITB.
HUM Express. ......... :1 A. M., 11-36 P. M.
Lightning Express 11:10 A. M. 4-tS P. M
Express Mail-. )M P. M. 11:39 A. M.
-;. :! ..-..-j - s A. D. Smith, Agent.
(Dalaanbae, Cklcata aad Indiana. Cen
tral Hallway.
: U1TI. AhRITl.
HUM Exira.. ....... 19:05 A. M- :15 A. M.
AMonmodaUon ....6:46 A.M. 1:SU P. M.
Western Express......... 530 P. M. TOO p. M. .
Day Express... . .....13:10 P. M. 1M A. M.
" '; ; ' : . G. A. Hill, Agent
anaaakrt Hanaflala Newark. K.B. J
' Traicj leave Newark and arrive aa follow i
' " ' ' LB AVB. ARRITK. '
Freight w.-...... eoeA.M. 9.25 P.M.;
Mail and Express...,... ....10.30 A.M. .S5 P.M. ;
Mansfield Express ............ 3 45 P.M. 9.46 A.M.
i- - . ' A. W. Demnis. Agent.
iMtiabarca, dweinnatl & at. ,aala ;
J it j i i, Mailt ay.
IX ATI. ... ABBOT. '
Haw York Express- M A. M. 11:15 P. M.
Lightning Kipcau,., .... .11:50 A- M. ... 6:90 P. M. ,
Hail and Express 3:15 P, M. 11:56 A.M. I
Ueonitoa AeoommodatioB 6.-0D A. M. ' 6:40 P. M. i
. ew York Express ran daily.. All ether train
ran daily, except Sunday.
Denniaon Aoeommodation atari from freight:
jrard. j : i - - j
.. John B. Pktzbc, Agent, :
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
:l)i T-:
."1 !
AJimrrxs. -:
A. K. r. a.
Closm; ;
A. X. r. K j
10.-O9 "J0
Xaatera Thraairh MaDs:-:
Tie SleoDenTille aad
Pittsburgh
Eastern Way Mails, J. O.
AC.B i...
Horthwest,Tis Ft, W, &
C,.C.g.C.O.B.B.
Vjhieaco, rfa O, P. a U- V.
U.A0.B.K .-.
110
is JO
JS-30
ISM
4:15 1
7:30 '
....
J0
ii
Little Miami Blrt. Thro
UiN Uj r...-
.... 11:80
js jo ; lie
UJ0 7dO
J. O.- H. K-. Newark, : !
-;ZanMTill a Whaelin. :. r..i
C O. R. Ww ...
C-y. a L, Throogh and
'"rTsy.i........
Ciroleville. Chilliootho a
.jAJortaniouth....Y,v,.t . ..,;
aneaster. Ohio.....
East w ay.NationaJBoad. 10 JO -Mt.
Ternon War. Wester-' - '
-eil le. 4a. .i . i-i
Horth Columbus andClin-
tonriUe ........ 1030,
W ashintton C.H., rlaHar-")
- aaharf. (tri-weekixj ; ' ,r,
SMTiTea Mondays Wed
. aesdays, a Fridays, and
r leares Tuesdays, Thurs-
T.-00 11M 7:30
730
7-0
jaae 1 - ataa
i JCUi".
KK) . ...
70
1
..j .,nwl.M 1 ':.:' '' ! 'V t
Centre Tillace. (tri-week-a G i i-ii ' ! !
. 4yTuasdays.Thursdaya U. .. . . . , UH6 '
ndSaturdays ) . .. ,
. Ovrrca Hocrb. Office opens at Tk o'clock A. M..
ndeloeesat7P.M.. 8uaaays,opens at84A.M..
aa4 eleses at OH A. M '
Til Mails close on Sundays at tX P. M. "'
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
One Passenger too Many.
''iTie train ' from "Bristol to Knoxville,
.eserday. was speeding on its western '
way joyously. At Greenville it was re-
Inforced by a touple, gentleman and '
lady, man and wife evidently of good '.
'degree, though somewhat fatigued by a
amde, jolting mail back ride from the'
mountains of Western North' Carolina, i
"The liege lord, yet in the activity of life, :
had nothing in ,hi appears nee or de-t
meanor to Attract-asy-other notice than
that usually accorded to a gentleman. !
The lady-7-and she was evidently a lady :
Ir. the true sense -while, apparently re
jofcing in the very exuberance of health, '
to the discerning and experienced eye,
araa inkriifestly -not well at ease with
herself after her disgrunting mountain '
ride,. ; She, certainly, took no pains to af
fect the ' Grecian bend."- : ' J
.! All aboard !" cries Henry Lyle. i
Clang, clang,' gees the bell ; toot, toot, ;
the whistle, and away goes the train. ;,;
Ct Now int tnat car we mean the car in
which, otic couple were seated were all
manner of folks, the grand-pa, the grand
ma, the pa, the ma hmV better than all, ;
something less than a doien of those un- ,
plucked blossoms 'of 'maidenhood - with
whom the realities of matrimony were '
as. the arena of the Fates. Not a few
nice mustachioed young products of the
tailor and barber were around t catch ;
the fragrance of the blossoms aforesaid.
1 The train sped on our couple rested .
cosily together on their double seat. ,
The rough ride from Ashville for the :
once was forgotten.' Alas, it was only
forgotten to give way to present misery.
W liaf f,n If mAtnl 'Fhat n.onrlnpf'.nr' in
caBedf and Henry Lyle; always prompt I
tq.telieve the distressed, is on band. -
Being a man of quick perception and
blest : -withal with some experience - in !
matters matrimonial, a short private in-1
terview determined his coarse ' of treat' j
inent. , i,; .-. , .
-i:?All the gentlemen will please move
to the forward car," : was the gentle
edict. ' ' . . . . ' -" ' ;
. "What's the . matter t - Is anything
iwrorig T; cried tha maidens. -
;'' A shake of the head and a few terrific
frowns from a motherly dame awed them ,
Jnto silence. 3'
- Why all this, Mr. Conductor V de-
Terentially exclaimed they of the mus-
tache and gold chain.
1: All the. gentlemen forward at once"
persisted Henry. " ; ' ?'.
Yes, go on right now," cried she of
the cap strings.' ' S'Don't be ttojtpin,' but ,
goright along! Big thing are going on
re-'- -
Aiia ftTuiv 'AA ,tVA fnwmrH wif Vinnt '
AA ajl a UUJ ItlU wwawaavuai j
knowing why. ' A blanket was hung up ;
nvar tha o-laaa rlnnr of xriat r.flr 1 Hpnrv I
r ' " o- r j
Lyle was hunting a, doctor . at every
wood-yard ! The banished males were
not re-admitted to that car 1 The young
ladies didn't get out of that car I Eheu
;-.When the cars got to Knoxville Hen
ry was embarassed to find a passenger
aboard for whom he had no ticket. .
l If i a boy and they call him Henry !
Lylb. Knoxville Prest and Met aid,
ATw.3. ! -mi1"-'- -
Radical Outrage.
" The following shows the little feeling
exhibited by tbe anti-ixreenoacs: wing of
the Eadieal party of Massachusetts,
towards Ben. Butler, their newly elected
Congressman: . 3 ' . ,,-.-u : .t
f " When General Butler was speaking
at Lowell, on Wednesday night, some
old gentleman named McEeown, injuring
one threw a stone at him, but it struck an
him severely. The Republican Com
mittee immediately offered a reward of
$50 for the apprehension ot the culprit,
and General Butler added $500 to the
sum." :. : ' '
The Consular System.
The Fifth Treasury
Department reports that for . the year
ending Jane 30, 1868, the aggregate
salaries paid to the U. S. Consuls, in
cluding losses in exchange, amounted to
$373,750. The total receipts in fees
from consulates were $435,179, showing
a revenue from this source ot $61,429.
The consuls system of - the United
tates was never self-supporting nntil
the year 1866. ' Since then, the net rev
enue from this BOiurefcas amounted to
ove '$60,000 a 'year :i The report also
shows that the total expenses of assess
ing the internal revenue tax throughout
the country for the year ending J une 30,
1868, was ,181,179. The total anfouht
paid to revenue and special agents dur-
ing the same period, including salary
and expense, was 153,413. ' The total
amount paid in counsel fees in internal
rwvenue cases, and as rewards to inform-
ere, was 343,805. The amount ot taxes
erroneously assessed and collected and
refunded, was $1,106,515.
MEDICAL.
The Clreat Slealelne ftr tbe skin, ram
Mil boat nll. every kind r nn
alaUy eruption or the fn,ce,
' or llfhlna-, Irrltallnc, or
.' alatreaalnsr enUneoas
Haemse on any part ' '.
f the person.
" Ft hot wm-Fr nM m of flint moMfvtn trvp
im, ""d 1 nm tookittp etfi'M like a immis" writes
' t,',.r1w E- N11-. OeiKral Agoot of Jlich. Central
SL A., 173 Brondway, N. Y. ..
We find it an imvnhmble remedi for Tetttr, rtc.,"
( write Iligley Bros., DruggiaU, Fairfleld, Iowa.
. 1 "on tried your valuable remedy for Barber' n
Itch Wirt mat mectrn," writes C. W. Dumout, of
. Lvonunstur, Mau. .
, Send-for circalar. Price, 75 cts. and 01.0O.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
i SS West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0.
For sale by Druggists generally. -septal
deod A wly
, 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 & Bentlbt,
Druggists,' Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by aQ
JdruggitU. -
. 8. E. SAMDEL k Co., WTiolesal AenU.
" SBB-ap4-deosftwly
- FHlLOSOr-HY OF MAKKlAUt. A Nbw
Cocrsk op Lioturbs. as delivered at the New
York Mnseum of Anatomy, embraoinr the snh
ieote : - How to live and what to live (or; Youth,
Maturity and Old Axe; Manhood general y review
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner-
Tousaiseases accounted lor; Marriage-p uosopo
icallr eonaidered. Ae.
Poeket Tolumes oontainins; these lectures Will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
tour sumps, Dy addressing biuiu&iaki, on
YORK CSSCM OP ANATOMT AND HCIKNCg. 61s
rlROADVATV MFW I ORK. VNT-tebiOl-dlT
, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
K A. & L. LESQUEREUX
iU : ' 1 '!' ' ' ....-t
, i .,. XMPORTBRS AND JEALSKS IN , ,
WATCHES,
jewei,bt, ; :.
CLOCKS,
',, ?' ;' SILVER and ' y,
'J-'.-J''y ' P1"-TEI WARE,
CAMES,; "' '' ,' '.- SrECTACLGS,
- CUTLERY, '
OLI PKS, .-,! ;.
POCIalEX-IIOOKN and
;. OPERA. GLASSES,
'"' '"' ' IN ENDLESS VARIETY',' ..'V.' .'i
Keep constantly en hand a large assortment of
8eth Tbamas' ana Waterbury Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. ; Also, Agents
, for the -
ITHACA CALENDER QLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
; es (French and Genera) in full supply at
" ; m low rates.
S" AH orders DromDtlr filled and satisfaction
guaranteed.
r. a. a ii. ir.nijuiKtuA.
febls-eodly No. 71 South HUh St.. Ooluinbus.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
DBALEB -IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS, J E WELR V,
. . MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac.
173 Konth Htsrh street. Columbus. O. Renairinc
eaxefully done and warranted. - .'m?7-ebd6m
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS' WANTED FOtt BIXDIX6.
HAVE YOU
ANY HOK8," MA61ZINES, SHEET
t. MD81(J. Ac. Ac. that you wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the oity by giving notice through poslofiioe, or at
the . .
Fraaklifl ; Steam Book Bindery
AND ' ; " -'-: i
BLANK BOOK MrVNU FACTORY
Une of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
tbe State..
Boenis 34. 38, 88 PtertU Hials street.
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', aad Statesman
ateam rrinting umces.)
BLANK BOOKS I . t- -'-'. i
BLANK BOOKS!!
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the hUhest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders fr-m Cionty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Uffieera nauirina KUKKblOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with onr per
sonal attention.
' Your patronage respectfully solicited.
IV. IV. LEFATOR,
ocl3-deod8m
Proprietor
SIEBERT & LILLEY,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
, PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
BL.AM1 HOOKS ;
of every description, with or without printed Head
, ings. for
COUMTT OPPIOBUS, VXBCBANT8, XANPPACTUBSR3"
BAMUBS, BAILKOAD OOaPAMlIS. AO. ,
: S9 Full sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll-eouly " COLXTUBUS, oniO.
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Foarta Street, near iriain,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HENRY P.- ELIAS,. :r - - - Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO-
m. - eaiea ana eonventMi ousiness. ana 10 ail
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the citv. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every paruouiar. myix-aom
COAL.
T.ALLEN, Agent.
WIl,L,CON riIJE THE COAL BI7S1
NB.-S at his present stand.
IWo. 135 North High street.
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest msrKet price.
aer Special attention paid to Shipping.
mySO-eodtf , . ,
Paving Notice.
To aU whom it may concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
... ,
' " 1 ' Columbus. O., Oct. 19. 1868.J
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings havebeen
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making tbe lollowiLg improvements, to-wit:
For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from North
street to ftortn ruolic lane.
Also, for repaying the sidewalks on the east side
of Front street from the northeast corner of r ront
and Town streets to a point 86 feet north of Town
''aIbo, for graveling 8outh street from Sixth
street to Seventh street. . . .
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
u.i. .t.jt fmm Hirh street to Water street.
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
aoross NoDie street. on to. t J1"" ""5" .ire.s.
Also, to survey and stake off bootb street from
East Public lane to the eastern boundary of the
"'he same to be done inaceordanee with plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
giner. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons elaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
elaims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the iifth day of December, A. D.
1868. .' .... -...
L. E. WILSON I
ootSS-dltawiw . City Clerk
MISCELLANEOUS.
Times of Holdins: Courts
In tH Fifth Juuiciitl District
of Oliio lor 1800.
The State of Ohio.) - ' , , .
cranKun county, i -
IT. s. IHtPAKD, CLERK OF THE
Court of Common Pleas within and for Mid
county, do hereby certify that the following order
. bruij imaeu anu .orrmkiy cupieu itvm i,ue journal
of said Court, to-wlt: .
7"i of Holding Cmtrtt in the Fifth J udicial
. District of Ohio or I860.
It it hereby ordered that the order heretofore
male on the 18th day of September, A. u. 1868.
issued, fixing the days 'of the commencement of
the Courts of Common Pleas and District Courts
ot said Judicial District,, be hereby amended, and
that the District Courts' ani Courts of Common
fleas for the year A. D. 1869. shall begin in the
several oounties of tbe 1 ifth Judicial District of
tbe State of Ohio, at the times following :
DISTRICT COURT. ,
Madison. May4tb. I Fayette. May 14th.
Franklin, May 5th. I Ross, August31st. '
Pickawav. May luth. , I Highland. Sept. 3d.
Adams. Sept, 6th. Brown, Sept. 8th. -
Clermont. Sept, 13th. 1 ,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Brown, February 9th, June 1st. November 2d.
Adams, January 27th. May 18th, September 21st.
Clermont, January Stn, June S9th, October Stb.
Highland. January 12th, May 18th, October 13th.
Hots. Jannary SGth, June 1st, November 2d.
Fayette. F.bmarv 23d. June 29th. tfentsmfcer
21s.
Madison, February 11, May 18th, October 19th.
Pickaway, March 8th. June 15th, November Sd.
Franklin, February 16th, June 1st, November
IStb.
In witness whereof we have herenntn set nnr
hands.
ALKKEO DH'K.EY.1
J. Q ASHBHRN. J Judges.
JOSEPH OLDS,
In testimony whereof I lave hereunto sub-
scribed mv name and affiled the seal of
ISSAIJ said Court at olumbus, this 30th day
of October. A. D. 1868.
T. S. SHEPARD, Clerk:
October 81, 1868. . oct31-dltw3w
Sherifl's Sale.
Wm. G. Blynn ) Court of Common Fleas
vs of .
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) Franklin county.
f (In partition )
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
tbe above stated case, to me directed, I will of
fer for sale at tha door of the eonrt house, in the
oity of Columbus, en. . ..
Saturday, tbe 23ih day of November, A.D.
.-.-. ..1888, -
at S o'clock P. M. of said day. the following de
sribed real estate, situate in Franklin county. State
of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number one(l of a subdivision of outlots of
tbe oity of Columbus, numbers fifty-nine (59),
sixtv (60) and sixtv-one 6J). made bv Samuel Me-
dary.as per plat thereof recorded in book 38, psge
534 of the records of deeds of sid eounty, being
tne tame premises conveyeu to William Blynn oy
1 hom.s S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 23d, A.
D. I860.
Terms of Sale One-third eah on dav of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third in two vears
t' ereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
aeierrea payments to De secured Dy mortgage upon
tne premises soiri.
Appraised at $12,000.
Printer's fees 13 75.
GEORGE H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J. Mr. Baldwin. Att'y. oot34-dltwtd
Sherift's Sale.
Newell P. Mix, ) Court of Common Plea
vs i of
Michael El gel et al.) . 7 Franklin eounty.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
A. tbe above stated case from said court, to me
directed, I will 3 er for sale at the door of the court
bouse, in tne oity of Uolumbus, oa . . -
Saturday, the 2ith dav of November, A. D.
'"'' "' lcHiS, "
at 1 o'clock P. M., tbe following described real es
ta e, to-wit:
The south half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' addition to the city of Columbus, Ohio, as
per recorded plat thereof reoorded in plat record
No. 1, page 175. being the same premises oonveyed
to said Macdalena Engel by Noah W iesins. by deed
dated May 13th. A. D. 1864. i
Appraised at '-'4I.6.
Printer's feiat 11 ou.
GEORGE H. EARHART,
SheriB and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. . . ocl24-dltwtd
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
BlTCKBVX! . BZjOCZ.
REGARDING THE TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beantv.
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East llroad street.
Vour intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
tut. Artificial teeth made by us are worn with com
mand serve the purposes ot speech, mastication
1 oeauty. As Dentists wo aim to be the best, and
is all that's good. .
Teeth extracted without pain. y7-w6m .
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. .
I WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP:
ERTi in tbe city of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, the eounty seat of Put
nam county. Ohio, and will pay the difference, if
anv. in cash. The land is situate at the corner of
cross roads, has bouse on it and twenty or thirty
i j r. : - l , . , i .,
acres cieareu. iti IB very ricu taiiu, aua wen tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree andapioebusch
A good bargain will be given.
n. vr. Anurtcwa.
Office, oorner of High and Broad streets.
mr2-wtf
Merchants' Bank.
NOTICE IS II tREB Y GIVE TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massillon, and all others concerned
that in pursuance to tbe provisions of the 4lst sec
tion of the charter of said Bank, that application
will be made to tbe Auditor. Treasurer and Secre
tary of State to mr.fDilcr the Hot ds deposited to
secure tbe oirculati.m of si I Bank aiter tbe expi
ration of six io i. !rnu ;hi e. ,
1 ."TK SR. Prot. '
' S. HUNT. Cashier.
Massillon. Mat 28 IHfiX u.Vwtjm
Attachmeut. ;
Elias Fieher ) . Befor. Jas. M. Pax ton, J . P.,
vs. ot finrwion township.
James Lishley.) Franklin oouniy, Ohio.
ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF OCTEBBR. 1868.
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
the aove action, tcr the sum of Thirty Dollars.
Hilliard, Oct, 14th, 1868.
ootl73w-r : ELIAS FISHER
Farmers and Farmers' Sons
Wanted to engage in a business, during the Fall
and W inter, paying from $150 to $300 per month.
Address,
ZEIGLER, McCURDY A CO.,
- eetS-v'ui Cincinnati. Ohio.
Legal Notice.
ASA CHOMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousnn Cromerdid. on the 2d day of Novem
ber. 1868. file berpetition in the office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the
county of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
tbe sail Asa uromer witn wiutnl absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last nast. and
nuking that she may be divorced from said asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
nj.wtich petition will stand for hearing at the
next term oi saia i;onrt.
Dated November 4tb, 1868. ' '
SOUSAN CROMER.
By W.'A. Ptjbtlebatjoh, her Att'y. nov3-6w
Emollient Cream.
THIS I1ELIGHTFIL AND ELEGANT
' preparation, introduoed last winter, having
received so many flattering eommendatiocs from
those wbonssd it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of tbe skin
against tbe inolemenoy of the winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its bealtb, punty
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 fragrance render it a necessary append
age to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPLE A
K1TS0N. dispensing Chemists. 100 South High
street. uoiumDus, unio. novt-aooaawsw
Josenh Wittman. plaintiff.! State oi Ohio, Frank,
against f lin county. Court of
Henry Maurer. defendant. 7 uommon fleas
Till', SAID HE.1BV 1UVBER, DE
c .1 . : 1 1 . l t : . i . .1 i . j
M leuuauk, win h iiuvivo iiui vu lu. let uaj
of October, A. D. 1668, the said plaintiff, Joseph
Wittman, filed bis petition in the Court of Com
mon Pleas in andfor the county of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to recover from the said defendant
the sum of One Thousand dollars, with interest
fiom the 2a day of September, A. D. 1868. on his
oertain promi.-sory note due upon said day, and
unpaid, and prayiDg for ajuilgnentfor said amount
Willi u aiurvaniu, BDQ mac mo said
plaintiff has caused an attachment to he levied, in
said cause, upon tue following described property
belonging to said defendant, to-wit: Lots num
bered II, 14, 13. 14, 15, 16, 17. 18. 19. 20, 21, X9. 30. 31,
3-2,33,34,35,36.37,38,40,41, 4-2, 43.44.45.46,47,48,
49, 50. 51, 62. 53, 54, 55, 56. 57. 68, 59 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to the city of Columbus, in said
ennntvnf Franklin and State of Ohio, aa mnrken
on the plat of said addition reoorded in the office of
tbe Ktcorder ot ran Sim countv.
The said defendant is required to answer by the
third Saturday after the 13th day of November
A- D. 1888. JOSEPH WITTMAN.
By Dkbdkl & Mayo, his att'ys.
oct2-w6w
. W kstkbn Reserve Bank, ( -Wabkbm,
Ohio, August 19, 1864.
TaTOTTfJE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
xN holders of the outstanding notes of the late
W estern Keserve sans, ana te an otner parties in
terested, that after tbe expiration of six months
frum this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der to said Bank tbe stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) section of an act entit ed
"An act to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
end other Banking Companies," passed February
24.1845. .. ' .
, a. d. rr-itn-ino, rresident.
M. B. Tatlbb, Cashier.
August 19, lees. . , ' aug28-wtm
PASSAGE TO AND FHOOT GKEAT
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ing Packet, by weekly lines, at reduced rates. TAP
SCOTT BROS. 4 CO.,. South street. New
York, continue to issue Passage Tickets, available
for twelve months, from London, Liverpool, or
Queenatown.and Drafts, payable en demand, for
any amount, from XI and upwards. -. i
, . BAILEY 1H0MPS0N A CO., AgeDta,
! BftsUl-wly-BMT banker, Columella,
' PRINTING. -
PRINTING-.
THE LiAUGEST AND MOST COM
PLEIE .
BOOR k JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
PROPRIETORS.
Nos. 3C, 38i 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO-
The attentioa the Business Public called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to get out work promptly Ig
surpassed in the West. We have lately
, saade additions to ou already
LARGE TARIE1 OA?
PRINTING TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
us a call. Our large fonts of type enable ut
to do all kinds of
BOOK PRINTING
' n the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
eall the attention of those wanting anything '
' in this ine to the
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING!
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
it well known to the busiLess community...
Employing, as we do. none but tha
Best of Workmen.
' - i i :
!.-: : .. . ' 1 '.
And having a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
. i ; ..- ....
1 We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
- i' 'i ' -
ALL KINDS OF -
Mercantile,
Railroad,
Bank and .
Commercial
Printing,
ICCK AS
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks of all kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c.,'&c
IN FACT.
EVERY KLD OF JOB PBIKTIK6
Jf eeded by the business publie.
We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ill KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the oity inch
Super Royal Medium,
Demy, Crotria Cap,
Cap, abetter and
Not DaPeSViper S
Of the best gualitiet, and. purchasing them as we
do, diyotly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Solo
- 'j-- Agents for the -
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PLATNEB & PORTEIt.
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by as. We are prepared to
- fill all orders for
f wiriserat, . -
TourxXAla.
Cash Books
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 oha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US A.-' CAJL.L.
NEVINS & MYERS,
, , .id ' i .
30, SS 4c 40 IortIi71IlEB Street,
' ' , COWllBUB. '
.'. MISCELLANEOUS
THE SUCCESS
Of our ONE DOLLAR SALE has oaused such
A. COMPLETE
: i bb" ' n. a. "x n j
That in order to supply the demand occasioned by
our constantly increasin. natmnff mm ...
oently made importations lor the i'all Trade, direct
irom European Alan lecturers.
Amounting to Nearly $500,000,
So that we are prepared to sell every description
of Dry and Kanuy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery, yv atones, a I nuim, J enelrj . a e . of better qual
ity than any other concern in tt,e country for the
uniform price of ONE DOLLAR FOK-a'ACH AR-
litl.is. ineoestoi Boston and ISew York refer-
nces civen s to the reliab'litv nf nnr hnna nA
that onr business is conducted in the fairest and
most legitimate manner possible, and that we
give greater value for the meney than can be ob
tained in . any other way. All Goods damaeed or
broken in transportation renlaced ,viihnuthnrA
Checks describing articles fold sent to agents in
Viuos at rates mentionea Deiow. e guarantee
every article to cost lees thin if bonght at any Boa
ton or New York W holesale House. ' - ,, ,.
Our Commissions to Agents
Kxceed those of everr other establishment of the
kind, proof of this can be found in comparing our
premiums with tboee of othere-for"Clubs of the
same size, in addition to which we o'aim to give
better goods of the same character- - We will send
to Afcents free of charge.
Fob a Club of 30 and Three Dollars I'dox.
food linen 8birt Frontst 1 set Solid liold Riiinc-
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large size; 1 elegant Isal moral bkirt; 20 ards
brown or bleached 81 eeting, good quality, yard
wiaoi i .ic.au, iw riciura juorucco-uouna rooto.
Album: 1 double leas StereoseoDe and 13 FnrAiirn
Views; 1 silver plated engraved 6 bottle Castor; 1
elegant Silk Fan. 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: SO yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair beat qu.lity Ladies' rjerge Congress
Boots; 1 dozen nne Liinen r. wels; n dozen Kogers'
best silver Dessert Forks; 1 Ladies' laree real Mo
rocco Traveling Bag: 1 fancy Dress Pattern,
do?.en elegant Silverplated engraved Napkin Rings,
1 dozen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased 8"ltd Gold Kine; 1 pair La
dies' bish cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
uress rattern; i v loiin ana cow, in oox complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
For a Club of So and Fivb Dollars 1 black
or oolored A 1 paces, Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; Engraved bilver
plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk: 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin: 3i Tarda verv
fine Caasiiuere, for Pants and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
eleeant Satin Parasi1, heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf Boo a: 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good browner bleached Sheeting,
vard wide or 40 vards T varda wide, eood oualitv: 1
Ladies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag 1 square
Wool rtnawl; l plain Norwicn roolin Uress fat
tern. IV vards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot; 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
ForaIlubof 100 and Tin Doi.lab8-I rich
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to march; 1 pair
Uents' French Calf Boots: 1 heavv silver nlated en
graved Ice Pitcher; ve-y fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; 1 yards fine Cassimere for
suit: 1 elegant Popliu Dre8 Pattern; 1 elegant
English Berage Dress Pattern; T beautiful English
Beraae Sbawl: 1 setivorv balanced handle Knives
and Forks: 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-case
vvatcn; i nartieti nana rortanie sewing aiacnine;
Splendid Family Bible, steel ensravines. with rec
ord and photograph page.; 25 yards good Hemp
uarpeting. gnoa oolors; 1 pair gooa Marseille uuiitr
1 eood 6 karrel Revolver: t elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 single barrel Shot Gun; 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles; 1 verv floe Violin and 3ow. in case; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the sanre
ratio.
6 tf Send Money by Reaiatered Letter.
e-f Hand for our new Fall Circular. - . . -
A"" Catalogue of Goods sent to any address FKBB.
PARKER fc CO,
' 1 Nos. 98 and 100 Summer street, Boston,
ra sep8-wl2w
OHIO SAW WORKS.
Patent Ground Circular Sawe.
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
-, . fi t nuu ajait nit oaw o. j r
Repairing Carkfcllt and Promptlt Done,
,.WOODUOCGH ic ltIcPAtt.A,lN, 1
-w . - ) Hamilton. 'Ohio, and
lactones . j gjg iuo ve9tTthst..Cincinnati,0
Warehouse, la 14 West 2d street, Cincinnati. 0
OAjyi jrux Jrtti u. J.J&T. pc sepo-3m
is t T "4
' HBI.C1I-KK, &, CO.'S
Great One Dollar Sale.
THE MOST LIBERAL C05CERN OP THE
J-t.iJM.Lr 1-1 mil. tuu.uu.
THE BITVALtLES I- ARTICa.tR ON OITK
1 checks can be exchanged at any time for a
splendid large Concertina, or a five-bottle revolving
silver-plated uasror, or taentv-tour f renon btere
oscopio Views. We have on band over half a mil
lion dollars' worth of goods. The largest and most
valuable .took ot Linens, woolens, cottons, r Ian
nels. Dress floods. Fanov Goods. Plated Ware. Cut
lery, Meerschaum Pipes. Ac, Ac, of AN V DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, aod can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prices. This never baa been done be
fore, and is causing a complet- panio among whole
salers and retailers, wncrever our goods are sent
If yru wish to buy goods cheap, now is the time !
We are bound to sell 1 Everything sold at tbe uni
form rate nf ONE DOLLAR EACH. Tho-e set
ting up clubs for other firms will do well to stop
aneretney hre, ana seou lorour i;irouiar. irurin
ducements are double those of any other concern.
Agents, Look Here!
For a club of Thirty and (3. we send one of the
folio. ing articles, freb of charge: 24 ards of
heavy brown or ttleached yard wide bueeting;
Double Lens French Steroscope. with 34 rich for-
ir-n views: 1 Ladies' real Morocco Traveling B.ir:
20 pairs Ladies' fine Merino Stockings: 1 genu ne
Meerscnaum ripe, amoer mouthpiece, tn splendid
case; 1 Violin and Buw in box roniplete; All-Wool
l.assiiuere frr pants; 1 pair Ladies' extra quality
Cloth Boots. 1 dozen fine Linen Toae's; 1 Si eel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced ban
die, very best quality: Gents' heavy chased solid
Gold Ring; Eleg-int DelaiEe Press Pattern; 1 dozen
heavy silver p aled white metal De.nert Forks: I
dozen Roge:s Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 6 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
20-keyed metal bound Concertina, retails for tlO.
For a club of Fifty and $5, one of tbe following
articles : 1 Web of heavy brown or bleached yard
wide Sheeting: 1 black or eclo ed Alpacca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets; Engraved s.lver
plated 6 bottle Revolving castor; i set ivory oai-
i L.' .. : ;(i,.;i...ni.t.j.l,li.mu.lV..u
1 pair Gents' Calf Boots; 35 yards good Print; i
vards double width Waterproof for Cloaking 1
Square Wool Shawl; 3X yards very fine Cassimere
lor pants ana vest; Beautuui ropun Lrress rattern
100-Picture Turkey Morocco Photoaraph Album.
For a club of Une Hundred and (10. presents va
rying in value from $IA to 825. Club of Five Hun
dred and 50, presents from (60 to 100. Larrer
clubs increased in the same ratio.. Piemiums sent
with goods-
Circulars free to any address. Send all money
Dy registered letter or monej order. Adaress
BELCHER. JAMES A jo..
7, r S ucoessors to A. S. Hardy A Co.,
' 7 A 9 Bromfield street. Boston, Mass.
PB-0ctJ7-w4t .
THE PLACE TO BUY
LAMP COODS,
Kerosene Chandeliers. . ..
Bracket- Hall and Table Lamps. '
- - Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
The newest and best kinds of Burners, Chimneys,
vvioks. orannmng in tne i,amp nne, tor ngnting
JQurcbes, Mails or iiweiiiocs, is at
McHKNRY A C.'S Depot,
Not. 8 East Fourth and ll3 Main street,
, . .Cincinnati.
( ' GAS FIXTURES.
Gas Chandeliers, - !! i "
Hall Lights.
Bracket Lights, '
Portable Lights. , '
Ceiiinsand
W indow Reflector Lights,
. Shades, blooes,
' Smoke Be';ls,
Or anything in the Gas Fix'ure line, is at
MO-HENRY A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanized). .
. Cast-iron Soil Pipe, . .
Stone and Cement Drain PIdol
Malleable and Cast-iron Fittings,
bteam Valves, tMopOocks,
J' Gas. Service, a. id
... . Meter Ci oks.ic, Ac,
ur anytning in trie ripe or nttins line, is at
McHhNKY A CO.'S Depot,.
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Maiustreet,
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps,
Lift and Force Pumps. -
, Beer Humps, (iarden Pumps, Ac, .
' Bath Tubs, Closets, ' ' "
xah-.ctands. Wash Trays,
' " - "' ' Bath Boilers. Sinks,
Ac., io. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices.at
MCHENRY A CO. S Depot.
las & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw-cutting Machines, Stocks aod Dies. Drills,
tteamers ana i.jh, xnwut i iiai aiiera. rat
ent and Ordinary Pipe longs. Pipe Vises.
Meter and Burner' Flyers, Gas Fitters' Au
gers, Chisels, Acj, te. - Everything in the. above
line alwais on hand and for (aleatthe manufactur
er s trade rates, at -' .
;JlcHENBT Sc CO.'S, ..
. fi EaatFonrttt it 164 Itlstin Street,
O CTI-sei30-w3m . CIXCWJUTI.
TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route,
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
Five Trn-irxs Dally,
EXCEPT SUNDAY.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
Utile Miami &, Columbu 4t Xeata
Ralls-oaala. .
i- ITIOHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
it , i mth.
ixauon, vreeuiuea ooeioy, new ijonaon, rr eiling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
6.20 A, M.. New York 70 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colnmbus
at 50 A. M. Will atop at all way stations. This
train starts froa tbe Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRbSS-Leaves Colnmbus at
11:10 A.M. Vt ill stop at Delaware Cardington, Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at
P. M ..New York next day at 3:45 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at3
P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London. Wellington, Urafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9:25 P. M., New York 1030 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. M. Will
stop at all station, between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivina at Delaware at 4:lu P. M., Springfield
C40 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6.-40 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 9:10. A. M.: Columbus
1025 A. M. j j .,
Pat text Sleepiae Cars are rmm oat al
: tiiaui ai-u.mw a vuicucfi
New York aad
i f
' Bostoa.
Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
Sew York, via Crestline.
RETURNING:
Nlxht Express arrives at Columbns at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:1
P. M.
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P.M. v
Springfield Aooomniodation arrives at Columbu
at 1035 a. M.
Fare aa Low aa by anw Other Rsutti
., ' Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
Superintendent. Cleveland. Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON.
0 ' -- ' Agent, Col umb (.Ohio.
Columbus. May 11, 1868. .
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
F O XL '"' THE ,HA I It .
Improved !
It ! an elegant Dressing for the Hair. '
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. ,' V,
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy. , -, -.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. ' '
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Bair Falling Out. ' ".'
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.. .
It restore Grey Hair to iu Original Color. i'i
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
' "' '" ' years. ' ."
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
. , ble substances.' .,, ) i ,
It hat received ever six thousand voluntary test!
monials of its excellence, many which are from
. physioians in high standing.
It is told in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggist and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C . Wells A Co.;
Sohieffelin A Co.. New: York." scnirr-mch27-dly
; New Article of. Food,
It was M. BriUat Savaiin, the celebrated French
Oa,i,nnma .hn fi, at o.iil llm I " I Vi n men .U i ,1
vents a new dish does more tor Society than the
man wno discovers a naaet." i De
CACIO ! MACCARO.tl '1
er Italian prepared Cheese Maccaronl. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piquant
eomestible (convenient luncb) tor the use or fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursiona (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in Beer b loons, bar or Sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Bread, Biscuit or Toast. -
It is suitable for Sandwiches loglese "Duo fit
ting di pane condtntro.'l Especially is it adapted
for those climates where tbe article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
time. " ' '
- It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Bash or
Ste.s and aarmed upon a stove, after, the can
has been opened, it makes, without further prep
ps ration, a Delicious Welsh Rarebit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more 1001.0m
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted Meats. . .
The proprietors and.Patentee cannot but atk for
it a triil.
Send 5 for s imple dozen H lb Cans, and rich
ly gildkd shew card, seourely peeked, and ship
ped per express to any address.- Liberal discounts
made to the trade.
N. B. The ( aoiodi Maccaroni is put up in tin
boxes, and pscked in cases of two dozen at $8 per
case, net eash. . ,
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Fruit Stores.
Responsible agents wanted everywhere. .
All orders aud communications should be ad
dressed to
, THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
98 Liberty Street, N ew York.
TKT-upS9-deod6mos " -
PITTSBURGH.
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(Natrona Saleratus
A. "WORD WITH YOU!
BR RAD IS THE STIFF OF LIFE
your most important articloot diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon it being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would yon have it to t , Then use only
NATRONA SALERATUS!
JO-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
white and beautiful. Take a pound home
to jour wife to-night. She will be .
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our
NATRONA ' 1
BI -CARBON ATE OP SODA,
We guarantee it pot only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
Cat le or English Soda. ! , ,
MANUPACTCRKD BY TBI
PENN'A SALT-MANUPG CO.;
(
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PITTSBURGH, PA.
VKT-auglO-eodly-r
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. ' BEPABD.
a. HOBI0KB.
CHEAP, BOOTS AND SHOES.
'-"NEW' FIRM.
TS. SHF.PARD HAVING FOKIWED
. a partnership with G. H0K1GER. for tbe
purpose of carrying on the Boot end Shoe trad at
I0. 183 MOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and exsmine their fife and
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Sboes. this day received di
rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
.CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
U'a o..M ro.nr-lfoll Solicit a share Of PUtjllO
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
'temter th. PgR!4.
ETColumbus. O.. Sept. 12. 1668. dtf
GROCERS.1 '
M'COLjI, MILES & MTOALDS,
. ' NO. l & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET
.. i Gr RO CB S,,.
PUOPR1ETOK1 COLViRBIJg POW
l. R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Batard Powder Company'. Powder. Agent for
he sale of - .
, GARDNER, PHTPPS' A CO.'S
Celebrated Sugar Cured nana,
v . : ' an(j dealers in ' -'''''
FOREIGN, DOMESTIO AND STAPLE
. . GROCERIES '..' : : . . ....
In all their varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, etc. iull-eodly '
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
Attorney, at JUa-yve,. , ,
PASSOITB BUILDIN0,no.li ,iol . . ! nvi.r.u
autM-eodSm COB. TOWAlk EXGMTS.
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
-Sims
The Shorleat Keate Wat lea
i-naage oi uara to CJblcasro, Peoria
aad adiaaapolls.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Onion Depot Co
S .1 Iambus, aa follows :- -, . . .
6. i K A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS Sunday
, 0 exoepted.) Arrives at Milford IM A. M.:
Lrbana8:52 A. M.; Piqua 10. -05 A. M Lima 12.-01
P. M.- Toledo 3:45P. M.r Detroit 6:10 P, M y
Passengers by tbis train arrive at Toledo
Detroit 3 ttonra ahead of any other rent rr
191 ft P- M- DAY EXPRB ' (Suadavi e-i-mLY.
epted.) Arrives at Urbana J.-00 P. M.j
Piqua2d5P. . Bradford Junction 8:1 P". M.
Richmond 435 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:80 P. M., Lol
gansport 9-) p. M.; Peoria 635 A. M.; Galesbnrg
ZYuA '-u, T." ii?arJntoIV. low. "--OS A. M : Louis
Ji;.8prLn8fie,,j llhneu, 630 A. M.: Quin
ey 11:45 P.M.; Keokuk H P. M. o i .
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis therlext
morning 8 at onr a ahead, and f.r nointa mm
of St. Louis ONE TRAIN IN ADVANCE "of
all otherroutes. - ... r . . .
9ft : M- CHICAGO AND ST.' L0TJI3 EX
tJ.iU PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arrive at
Piqaa8:48P. M.; Logtnsport 86 A. M.; Obicaao
8:16 A. M.: Indianapolis 2K A. U.s Terra Haute
auto a. ai4 fivansvuie oa r. m.; Aiattuon 8:28 A.
M.; Pana 10S A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. St. Louis
W5F. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Springfield. Ills.
25 P. Al.; Quincy 7 JO P. M.: Keokuk 8.45 P. M.t
Louisville 7:45 A. M.r-Nashville 50 i'.M ; Mem
phis 9:16 A. M.; Toledo 59 A. iLi Detroit 8:39
A. Id. . fl r ...... s "
, , NEW AND, ELEGANT ' J
Sleeping'Cars' "
RON IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO' ANtt (
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO M ATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis 10 ksnn and LonUvtll
8 ueura ahead of any othr route.
lOeft A-, M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
1 i-m JJ dlananolia. and. Snniiav rrr-ntA j
Chicago. ' Arrives at Logansport8 35 A. M.; Peoria
6:26 P. M-: Chioato lK10P.il.; Indianapolis 7.-19 A
iu.; lerre naute mrv A.m.; cvansvuie 10:00 f. M.i
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.j Cairo 4:15 A. M.; Pana 8:15 P,
M Alton 7:15 P. M.: St. l-ouis 8:10 P. M.: Lafay
ei,lJ .a:32. FmM " Louisville 4.30 P. M.; rashvUle
40 A. M-, Memphis 3:1 P. M. i ,,- ,
Passengers by this train reaeh 8t. Louis 4K and
uu,ua5i nucBm oi any otner
I'm lv route, i. - i .a .' l-if
State'Hoom Sleeping Ccurta
RON IN THIS TRAIN ,f , ...
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE.
ICall for Ticket! via Logansport or Richmond'
IV Tirltef fotMlfl at tlni,,n .n,l p:. Ilm.!,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Twket
Offices. . i . .
, F. CHANDLER, Gent Tiekel Agent.
J. M. LU NT. General Superintenden )
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
RAILROAD.
Three Trains Leave ColararUss TTa
- -' " '- - I :'. :.! :i XT'- ' f-M f
- JDepat), tiailr buDlarft.xcpta
2S10;A. m'. NIGHT EXPRESS. ' arrivin
Zanesville at 4:S0 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M.r
Baltimore at 430 A. U.; Waahington Oity at 34r
A Jd . .
" i'lMO' i.'S: LIGHTINO rJxPRESS-Jrrivfng
at Zanesville et 1:16 P. J; Bellaire at 430 P. M
Baltimore at 8.20 A. M.; Washington City at
A.M. : !: , . i - i i. i.vi
8-.o6 P. Mi EXPRESS' M AIL.'arTi ving'at Zanet
ville at 4:45 P. M .: Bellaire at 80 P. M,: Baltimore:
at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 55 P.M,,.-.
3.Th'ese trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes -to Baltimore amX'
Washington. .'...-i :,) ,
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with bains fot Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through ticket! to . Eastern
cities have the privilege of . ; . ..i-il
'' .7 lf(-r.3T' t1r..
'" -.'- V : ; ;t-.V.!rt :..! ut.
' - ' ! '! -r-. . ' : :.;
No Change of Cars atOhlo River
.t-j iiln :: .'.. f
. . i ... . . , . . .
AbU For TICKETS via BELIjLIK.
' ' '
- - - v -J f ' -i
JNO L. WILSON. MasWofTransrwrUtdo'-?
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent. . -i ,
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt..,
mayia ' ..,. n
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
i'lirJLFl"ll'ul a-alj
rf
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY, May. hth, 1868; F0U
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbu '
FOR CINCINNATI, MOISVILLE, CAIRO, 8T.'
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- ' . '
DIANAP0LIS A CHICAGO." ' ' "I'T
' ' . ..-!-
Withon f change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only on ch-ze of cars to IN- '
. DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO, ij .
Connections are reliable at follow ' ' !' '
" J FIRST TRAIN (Daily)." u
Leaves at f SO A. M. for Cincinnati. Circlevill 9
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe: stops at Lon
.don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lovaland, arriving a 1
Cincinnati at 60 a- m.
... " , ! :
. - . SECOND. TRAIN., . . 0 ,:!0
; (Daily except Sundays j .
Leaves at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton,,
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Sdma,,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow,'
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan. Milford. ar-f
riving at Cincnnati at 1035 A. AL, conneotin
with the Mail Boats.
' ' ' 'THIRD TRAIN.' " :' .
- -, - I ' ' ' 1 i- ' ; v n-. f
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and'
- Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Ci linnet, at
6J0 P. M. ,
... . . - " ''"-..' i- UVKi I :i'ff
.. ..... FOURTH TRAIN. :; , JO sJ
:,.., ' . . (Daily except Sundays.) . . r
Leaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, - Weak
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, . Belna,
Ceiarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loreland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at MM i . M,
1 ' -.- .: , J.-i.i ; o -,
Sleeplaa; Cara on
. ! 1 i ' it:l :.
all. Ifiajltt Traina
i- ,i .1 HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent' T
.., i .JNO.W. AiOHERTY.AtenA.,!, .-.I
J0HNDURAND. . s,i;.j:ti;1
Supenntendeiit, I ninoinnatl.
w.h. cbrikn. rV,nannM; ,o;1 e.
. Genl Ticket Agt.J. , , may 18
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
l!t
.
PA.1 HANDLE ROUTE.
ii? )Tt:t
m ana alter "June 99th. If fit. trains will ran .
v.. 1 1 . -
Leave. N. TT. Express.
Columbu.. i... 3:00 A. M. ;
Newark 3:25 A. M.
Steubenville...9-.00 A. Mi'
Arrive at, ; ,., .
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M,
Harrisbarg..., 9:20 P. Mj
Hall
IV
7ast' Line '
3:16 P.M. -i 110 A.M.'
8:50 P. M. 12:35 P. M4
9:40P.M. ii:15 P.M.
12:00 M.
1230 P. M.
40 P. M.
7.-06PJM.
6:00 A.M.
Philadelphia.
New York...
15 A,AL,,
e:oo a: iu.
P. M. 1
I . P0 A. All
ll.RO A M :
Baltimore. ...
Washington..
6:45 A. Mv- 8:20 P. M. H-30 P. M.
9.-40A.AI. Mr,JL.,4i6P.M,
6HP. M .' ...... ..TT5 MrOOPl M.
joron.
E'ecant state room sleeping ears on all nighttrain.
un tne r ast Xjine tne oeieorateu ; Oliver raiaoe'
day and night ears are ran through from Celmnba
to Philadelphia and New York without ehange.
Passengers by the 10 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in Mew. York at o'clock Monday- merning,
an advantage never before ofiered.
i " : ' ' 8. F.BC0tiv"'U
m . Gen'l Ticket Agl, Stenbeeville. O, ,
; W. Vf. CARD. Superintendert, Stenbenville. 0. "
: -i ' "I"' .": V', '' 'H. B. BRAJOHS," i . t
, . . . ;, . Ticket Agent. Columbus. 0. .
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, ColulnbusVO. 1
I junelO-dly jn39i-,,;i, ' i-i i.t ,..) -j,lf,,-,a
.WHOLESALE. GROCERS.,,,
W. aHfint IT Dfri(M,nu "u -,. -i 3
j Car.' Blerk A:BlrIi ., Coloiribn,
I , ..." -DBALKB8 IK . ,' '-,"'rT
hBTw' ' Orleans : bugaes ' ant) ' itOLA'tjoTt'
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas'' Spices. 'Tobacco ';'
i:.ii, 'XXOTJ'CIlJBll,;i..iBts.'iJ .n;o
Cfebo-ly .Oj'io.t woftii T!-.
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