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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
"SI Showing thearrlvaj ud departure of train et Oo
mbu, Ohio. On and after Monday. May 34
tS touuwiUniMMimi - j
KniUli ClMMn Clam K. It. I
N.Y, A Western Rxpresr.. 1:"a.J.' i"a.M
New York Express.... ...11:10 A. M.- U:i P. M.
Mml and xpress.... 830 P. M. :10 P. M.
ils&awarw Aeeeeimoiatioo.- Itf P. M, loan A. M.
' J. 1 ANaaataUini A. M. 8.36P.M.
Th5i train leave. Sunday morning not Monday.
-. JAMES PATTERSON Agent, ,i
AtUe nialGliiatai& Xenia h.k.
''' '' '1 ' : lbayb. iinn,
Jlhrht Express....- .- 1 A. Al. RMA.U
Jiaomnait Accommodation. IMA. M. :.ts P. M,
.......TiSO r. M. 11:011 A. M.
........... 6H5 P. M. liSr.U'
l-H'v( JNO. W. ajOHERTY. Agent. !
eSalttaaerw 4c Ohio RAilraaii Ceatral
' - , , liavb. arrive.
KMt Express:.:'..: :lo A. M. ilr23 P. M.
Xigaraing Exproaa... 11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M
AxpreM Mail.. .,....- 1:00 P. M. 11 do A. M.
.-. . f ... v -. '.' . A. D. Smith, Afcent.
OalaaaTaaa. CTatragw an labUana Cea
Waetera Exprat .. 5
LBAVB. . . - ABKIVB.
.U..B:WA. M- 3:15 A. M.
:45 A.' M 1:50 P. 11.
, 540 P. M. t-aa P. M.
jjay J&xpraM. ..u:io r. u. ii:00 A. M.
' G. A. Hill, Agent
aafaaf:r Maaafielsl At Newark. U.K.
Trains leave Newark and arrive as follow" I
, ' ... , ' " II ATM. ABBIYTsV
freight.."... V:. .v...?.. , oo A.M." .5 P.M.,
Mail and Express .10.30 A.M. S.MP.M.
Kan&ficld Express 1.45 P.N . 8.45 A.M.
, .. .j j . A- W.DgmtiB. Agent, i
rittafcartrh .Claclaaatt Ac a. A.ni
. ., Mailwar.
5' V -, ' I LI ATI. ! ARRIV.
ltw York Express... M A. M. 11:16 P. M.
Lightning Express I ISO A. M. 6:00 P. M.
Mail and Express 1:15 P. M. 11:65 A.M.!
Dannison Aeootnmodatioa trOO A. M. ' - 0 P. M..
. New Vork Express run daily. All other trains
ran daily, except Sunday.: .
Denaison Aoeommodation starts from freight
il ; -.or 15 v. Johm B. Pxtebs, Agent.
ini-'- i - .-r..
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
AUITU. euMia. I
a. m. w. mJ 1a. v. v. w !
Casters Through Malls,
ria SteobeoTille and
PitUhniwk 11J0 la JO 10H10 -M
Xastera WarMaiUvC.C ; . . :
Borthwest. ria Ft, W. A -. -
CO. C. C. AC. K, R. . .... t0:
Chicago.TiaC.P.AI. C. ' I
C.AC.K.B Tr.r-... 11:08 .... 4:15)
i.:ui.it:..tl!trVi.U( lt;.... rt-
t J . .i.. 11
l:M ' -7:30
llttlaMiaml R. R , WaT. .... . 1;S6 11 JU '
V. K. .. newer K.
ZanesTille A Wheeling.
C- P. A L. Through and
Portamoath. . ........
... 1S:S0 ! l:0 7 JO
. iajo . im j
... T0 110 ;J0
0KM .... .7)'
KaaC n AT.naflona
. unio....i a;... Tao
.Kdtlonal Road. 1030 .... ' .... 11:46
Ml Ywna WiT.Wano.
Jlorth UolambasaodUlin- - r-, 13 r ;
tonrille.. 1030,, ...,, 10;
Washington C.H..Tia Har-1 j
risbart, tot-weeklyj I , ..::")
amrea Mondayi Wed-l ; C:
. eedajs. A Fridars, and f ; ," 7
r days and Saturday ) - - .
Ceatre V Wage. tri-week- - . y.V:.
jly.lTeeedays.ThursdajsS 11H. ....
Offiob Hocbs. Office opens at IX o'clock A. M.,
MdalosesatTHP.M. rjaodays,openi ati A. M..
aad eloees at X A. M. , .
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
THE TYPE SETTER.
THE TYPE SETTER. Written on hearing a friend called "talented for a
more Type Setter."
BY J. L. BATES.
S'A fder.t'.e.terr'-.ttn a! man'""' '' j
,1 : I The world, psrehaaee. mar well reYer"; ' ' 1
e- (Jo known. nanoied. eoe who eaa . .
' Hare nooght to hope and nought to fear;
": '" .let, where's (he kingly sceptered band, ,
;m-: T-e brow that wears a aviaoely gem,
1 is ,-Xhat yield so well a wide command -.
(Whoe'"8iiC"Bay matoh adiadeaj. 1
" '1bA mere type seMeri iet OS see: " '; j
t! '"' Who gae the glorious stripes to air. -
.xnatmarK tna amner of tne tree.
...... And bound the stars that glimmer thereT ;
,W ho turned the Dolt of neaven xide. . . .(
"' " And conquered Its ethereal fire?
-'."Who bade the lightning harmless (lid i
.!!!. AWngkis taagiewaudes: wire? : - ;
i"A mere type settor!,,.. Search the past, , i
'The records of each tattle-field: . . !
i W,Whe nailed our colors to the mast . 'i
j And died beoaosa they would not yield? ! : !
i, ' Who taught oar baud tostrike the bl .w, .
' , ,' Through toil, and danger and distress,
s,,1Tkt seyered England's chain of woe ' "
.F-iiWhobut the masters of thePuss? i "
l..b J :-. .. 1
u "A mere type leUeri" Name of fear.
To bid the.lare te frerdom wake . .- ,
That tyranny should quake t hear, i
M And old oppression's empire shake! - ' '
f j; Is Kraaklin a forgotton aame. " .. , i ' '
Th-t men no longer may revere? ,,,, ,,,'. -.1
Has Prentice lost his soul of flime. , , -'r, '
' Or Greeley dropped his pen, of fear? 1 'j
! i - I, .-. C' ; 1 i
' A m ere t ype sett or!"- Honored name, 1 :'
jIuTnatMOs at unbern may bless, M
Whoa empues crumble, and their fame, .. ,n
J : bas sunk in worse than nothingness; ' - '
: Show ma the thing whose jeers deride ' ;
I The "mere typesetter's" bumble school.1 ' ; !
And Pit show you an ape of pride,
As brainless as the dsndt fool. '
Property Exempt from Execution.
"Thtt SAe&y Sentinel collates the fol-,
loving useful information t - - :
11 Th follotring list of property exempt:
Trom ' execution, may Bare some of ouri
Bubscribera . from, frequent inquiriea, of
Jawyerei 7 ? c ..i : a j
Property exempt from distribution'
Vhere, there ia A widow and children.'
AlSo'exempt from execution, attachment,
;m? feebHlaby Kevised Statutes, in force
'from 1st of July, 182. ' f ?
lji "One work least or yoke of oxenl u
, -. One plow and gear ; one ax j one hoe ;
tw'o'cowB and calves. . . f ... , n-.- v.; j p. ,
-n.'SSt beds; bedding and furniture. ;
, : One loom and jjpinhing wheels, : and
cards f9r BanitsS,7.i-: - -j; '-
, -A11 Bpun, yarn, and cloth, and carpet-;
ing manufactured for the family and ne-i
iBessary for Us nse. , '' ; 1 ; ' '' ... '
a. One, pot one oVen ne .half dozen
.plates 5 one half dozen cups and saucers ;
tiM6ffM pot ; one tea pot ; one . half
tJozerl knires and forks; one table; and
.family Biblev . ' .. .. : '
,r'One.saddle and appendage and bridle.
-"Six chairs, or as many as may not
.exceed $3 in value. . , " ''! '.
.'.AU the: poultry on hand. ' 7, ' -'
' By the act of 1854, in addition to the
bo.vj,T h, -r ,-. .;--?.:!. - ;
-" One additional work least, five heads
of sheep and all .wearing apparel
A suffictency of provisions, including
'.breadstuff's and animal food, for family
for oneyear if not enough provisions
on hanoVthen"of live stock and growing
crop on hand enough of it to complete?
: one year's provisions. - '--' - j
By the act of, 1858, in addition to the
foregoing: .-' , a ' '. V; .. ' !
One sewing machine. i - i ; t
'i. By the act of June 1, 1866, in addi
tion to the foregoing 1. ' ;!
""'One gun." ".rV r; A
One two horse wagon or ox-cart and
set of gears. !
u All the apparatus for washing not ex
eeeding $50 in value, a ,)
k-iOne-bed and bedding, carpeting for
one room, six chairs. ' " ;
' '' All the books necessary1; for the chil-j
iJren.'i ;vi :. i i
One prayer book ; one hymn hook :
one bureau; one wardrobe; one wash
Btand ;uone; clockT plates ; six cups
,and, saucers, and six knives and forks.
-Only applicable to housekeepers with a
famEy. ' ; -: - ' ;
The .great want of the age is meni
Hen who are'iiot for sale. , Men who are
,hone8t, Bound from centre to circumfer
ence, true to the heart's core. Men who
will condemn wrong in friend or foe, id
, themselves as well as others.' Men
'whose conciences are as steady as the
needle to the pole.-- Men who will stand
for the right if the heavens totter and
, the earth reels. Men who cm tell the
I truth and look the world and the devil
in the eye. Men that neither brag nor
run. Men that neither na" t nor flinch,
Men who -can have courage without
? shouting to it Men in whom the cur--enl
of everlasting life runs still, dep
and strong. Men too large for sectarian
bonds. . Men who dp1 -not cry nor cause
: their voices to be heard on the streets,
... ;j : i '. .ii.'LLju. .0'.
bnt who will not fail nor be discouraged,
till judgment be set' in the earth.' Men
who' know their places and fill them.
Men who will not lie. Men who are
not too lazy to work, nor too prond to be
poor. Men who are willing to eat what
they have earned, and wear what they
have paid for." ' i
Vaie Grrwkt SIodleisM Ai- the Skin, cures
, M if boot fadL, every kind of
. .aisraUJy erastUoai er she Slaee,
, .":" iteliiaux. IrrttaUlBw. sr , .
' eliatreaalna; emtataeeita
eueau on any part
of (be person. . , .
It hfiM nenrfjf rtlinfH nut of tlvt mortifying rw
. fio. nW m wale looking qtiilo like mfia," writes
rimrloK E. N'oMp. Genernl Agent of Slick. Central
B. R., B3 Broadway, N. Y.
" We .fluff it an invninnote reme for Tetter, He..
write Higley Bros., Druggists, Fairfteld, Iowa.
' I hove tried yotir valnahte remedy for Berber
Jtrh teith print mcceeej' writes C. W . Dumont, of
Leominster, Mass. -
Send for circular. Price, 73 cts. and 01 .00. ;
Prepared only by SOLON PALM EB,
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0
For sale by Druggists generally,
septll deod & wly .' '
A PERFECT. CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Ac i
' dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
. - Nausea, Heart-burn, - Jaundice, and all
, sliseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.
. ; . . Prepared by . Siward . & Bentxit,
Druggiots, Buffalo, N." Y. : Sold by all
-druggiita, ,' . ... . -,.' '; '
""J 8. K. SAMUEL A Co., Wholesale Agents. , '
tar PrJlL'fiOr-HY OP MAKKlAOK. A Niw
CoTBRK nr Lacrnaafl. as deliTerel at the -New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
lects: now to live ana what to live tor; rnutn.
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous mseases accounted tor; Marriage pnosopn
ieall w eonaidcired. Ail i .'
Pocket volumes containing the'e lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on receiptor
four stamps, by addressing NliUHsTAKl, Hi
Yovx -Vrfggrjf. ep ANxrour avd Scikncs. 61s
Bboadvat Nrv Yobk. . VNT-feb28-dlv
WATCHES AND aTEWELRY."
F., A. &. L. LESQUEREUX
:. IMPOBTKBS AMD) DKALKK8 IN; - -r
WAICHE S ,
.'.."'..",-:,i! PLATED WARE,'
'Q'cijxlery, i1"'','"u,iv.':,- r ..:
y gold pkvs, .
POCUL-T-UOOK amd '
' '.".'CiifXl OPERA GLASSES,
" ; nr ebdless variety. "
.: Keep constantly on band a large assortment of - '
Setb Thsmss' and WaterbuiyClecks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
for the .
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
as (French and Geoeva) in full supply at
bw rates. ' '
AEaT" -All orders promptly, filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. ' - -
P. A. A V. LESQ0ERE0X, 1 ,
febl-eodlv No. 71 South HUb St.; Colunbus.
' - DI ALER lit
n MCSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 4o.. '
173 iHo'uth High street. Columbus. O. Repairing
carefully done and warranted. m7-eodSm
: BOOK. BINDERIES. I
BOOKS WASTED : FOH BIXDIX6.
A tit BOOKS, KIAGtZnEtl, SHEET
i.-.M08IC Ac. Ac. that vou wish to have:
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
theoity by giving notice through posteffico, or at
Franklia Steam Book Bindery
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and bast appointed Binderies in
the State. - .."..-
Beams 34. 36. 38 Itorlu High street,
(Over Messrs. Kevins A Myers', and Statesman
Hteam frinung Umoea.)
BLANK BOOKS t
It LAN U BOOKS!! '
Of every deseriotion and aualitv. from the hivbest
to the lowest, printed If desired,' ruled and bound
to any required pattern, ana superior worKmnnsnip,
at the lowest prices. '
Orders frm Ovunty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Officers requiring 80 PEklOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. " :
lour patronage respect folly solicited. '
;. . IV. LEFAYOR,
SIBBBHT & LILLE Y,
Blank Book ; lMa!?cfacturers,
PRINTERS. BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS. ; .
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
- i BLANK BOOKS
of evary description, with or without printed Head
COUHTT OFFICSBS, MSBCHANT8, MANFf ACTtJEKttS
, . BANKSBS, BAILBOAD COHFaMIBS, AO.
0 Poll sets of Books made on short notice.
warranted to give penect saustaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouly 1 COLUMBUS, OHIO.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
X- ossrtb Street, near main, ;
HENRY P. ELIAS - - - - Froprietor
rpHIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO-
.a. catea ana convenient to duoiuvsb, wiu w an
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the city. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. . ,-. mytx-onm
, T . ALIEN, Agent,
TTTIl.L.COJi riSCE THE COAL BUS1.
IT . ms.-a at bis present stand. .
No. 135 Worth Hls;h atreet.
,r,A will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCK1NU COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest marsei price. .
asr Specialatteniion paid to Shipping. . .
myeodtf . , .... 9 . n.
To att whom U may Concern:
a CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I !
.. .: Colchbus, 0 Oct. 19, 1868.1 :
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings havebeea
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the followUg improvements. to-wit:
For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks,
..M.M..;....rh;j f.n.n Nn.th
street to North Public lane. i
Also, for repaying the sidewalks on the east si Is
of Front street from the northeast corner of f ront
and Town streets to a point 85 feet north of Town
street. 1 -
Also, for graveling South street from Sixth
street to Seventh street.
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of
M.nl. iirMt from Hitrh street to Water street. .
Also, for building a double, row flag crossing
scroas Noble street on the east side of High street.
Also, to survey and stake off booth street from
East Publie lane to the eastern boundary cf the
TV.nm.'iAltii done In accordance with nlatA
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the office of the City CleTk. I
- All narsonselniminir rlam&zes on account of Said
ProDosed improvements, are required to. file their
vt.ioiB lu vua uuice ox tne viera, in writing, uu vr
before the liftb. day. of December. A. D,
L. E. WILSOIT
Times of Holdint; Courts
in tlio irif tl Jnuid al JUIs
trlot of Ohio tor 1800. .
The State of Ohio.) '
Franklin ooanty, J
IT. R.IHkPAHD, CLERK OF THE
Court of Common Pleas within and for a. id
county, do hereby certify that the following; order
is truly taken and correctly copied from the journal
of said Court, to-wit:
Time of Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
District qf Ohioor 18G0.
It Is hereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on the ISth day of September, A. V. 186.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
the Courts of Common Pleas and District Courts
ot said Judioia! District, be hereby amended, and
that the Distriot Courts ani Courts of Common
Pleas for the year A. D. 1869, shall besin in the
several counties of the Mfth Judicial DUtriet of
the Slate of Ohio, at the times following :
. DISTRICT COCRT. : ' . . .
Mtdinon, May4th. I Fayette, May 14th."
Franklin, Mas 6th. - I Ross, Augut31st.
Pickaway, May lutb. I Highland. Sept. 3d.
Adams, Scot, Sth. I Brown, Sept. 8th.
Clermont, Sept 13th.
- COCRT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Brown. February Dth, June 1st. November Sd. -Adams,
January 2Tih, May 18th. September 21st,
Clermont. January 5tb, Jane S9th, October 5th.
Highland. Jar.uarr 12th, May ISth, October 13th.
Kofs. Jannary 26th, June Int. November 3d.
Fayette, February 33d. June 39th. September
Madison, Febrnarr 31, May 18th, October 19th.
Pickaway, March 8tb. June 15th, November Sd.
Franklin, February 16th, June 1st, November
In witness whereof we have hereunto set onr
' ALrKKis DUiJilsrj '
J. Q. ASHB11RN. I Judges.
. JOSEPH OLDS. . .
Jn testimony whereof I have hereunto sub
scribed mv name and affixed the seal of
ISBajJ said Court at ' rlumbua, this 30th day
of October. A. 1. 1.
i ' T. S. SHEPARD. Clerk.
October 81. 1868. . oct31-dlt3w
Sherift's Sale. . .
Wm. 6. Blynn ) Court of Common Pleas
T8 S , of
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) Franklin county. :
(In partition ) "
IN PCRSDANCK OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated ease, to me direote', I will of
fer for sale at the door of the court house, in the
city of Columbus, on -
Saturday, tbe 23:b dav of November, AID.
- " 1808,
at 4 o'clock P.' M. of said day. the following de
sribed real estate, situatein Franklin county. State
of Ohio, to-wit: -
Lot number one(l) of a subdivision of outlots of
tbe city of Uolumbus. numbers ntty-nine (59),
sixty (60) and sixtr-one (61), n aie by Samuel Me
dary. as per plat thereof recorded in book 38, psge
534 of the records of deeds .of 'id county, being
tne same premises oonvryei to mi nam oiynn Dy
1 hoti.s S. Baldwin, by deed, dated April 33d, A.
D. lf0. - -.it
Terms of Sale One-third eah on dav of sale.
one-tblrd In one year, and one-third in two years
t' ereafter, with interest from said day of sale, tbe
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
tne premises som. '
,. Appraised at 12,000 ., v f . '. , :r 'i
Printer's fees 13 75. "
GEORGE H. EARHART. Sheritf.
, By J. B. Bvu.. Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. : . - oetx4-dltAwtd
Newell P. Mix, '" ' ) Court of Common Plea
! VS . - Of .
Michael Engel et al.l Franklin oounty. . .
N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
tbe above stated case from said eourt. to me
directed, I will 3 erfor sale atthedoor of the eourt
houie. in the city of Columbus, on ,
Saturday, the 2ith dav of November, A. D.
at 1 o'clock P. H., the following; deeonbed real es
The soutli half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' add.tion to the city of Columbus, Ohio, as
er recorded plat thereof reoorded in plat record
in. 1. nape 175 bnins the same nremises eonveved
to said Magdalena Engel by Neah iggins, by deed
dated Mar 13th. A. D. 1664. ,!Al . . , t
.. Appraised at C'.'41.6S.. . ,
Printer's fees 11 00. ' '
GEORGE H. EARHART. .
Sheriff and Master Commissioner, i
By J. S. Bull. Deputy. , , ; .
, J. W. Baldwin. Att'y. . ." pct24-dltwtd
Drs Warner & Emminger,
REGARDING THE TEETH OP THE
first importance to health, comfort and beautv.
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East III oad street.
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den-
"3'- . . "I...
Artificial teetn made Dy us are worn with com
irandserve tbepurpores ot speech, mastication
"toeaaty. As Dentists we aim tube the oest.and
iff sll that's good.
Teeth extracted without pain '' yT-w6m
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
J WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
L F.RTKin the cit. of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pay the difference, if
anv. in cash. Toe land is situate at the corner of
cross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very ncn land, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice buscb
A good bargain will be given.
r. Vf sniltlEin c.
) - OSoe, comer of High and Broad streets.
mar2-wtf . .
NOTICE ISHIBGBVG1VE TO THE
holders of the outstandinz notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massil Ion, and all others concerned
that in pursuance to the provisions of tbe 4Ut sec
tion of the charter of raid Bank, that application
will be made to tile Auditor. Treasurer and Secre
tary of Sta e to suneml'-r the Bords deresued to
secure the eirculnti- n s-ti 1 P4nk a'ter tbe expi
ration of six mi ll h !r.-m ti i n r. j. .
1 Mh - .-t.rre't. ,
S. HUNT, Cashier. ' -MassilIou.M.v
38, lw .. . . - ui w6m .
Elias Fither ' Before Jas. M.Taxton, J. P.; J
James Lishley.) Franklin coun'y, Ohio. ,
.. . vs. . r ui ii'irwiBD uiitDBUiu. ...
ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF OCTEBER, 1868.
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
the aiove aotion.tr r th sum of Thirty Dollars.
Dilliard, Oct. Hth.lfisa. ,
octl73w-r ' ELIAS FISHER.
Farmers and Farmers' Sons
Wanted to engage in a business, during the Fall
and Winter, paying from S150 to $300 per month.
7" ; ZEIGLER. McCURDY A COi
octo-v m uinoiQDa'.i, unio..
ASA CKOMER. WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Cromer did. on the 3d day of Novein
cer. 1868. file her netition in the office of the Clerk
of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
county of Franklin and Slate of Ohio, charging
the sai 1 Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last part, and
asking that she may be diroreed from said sa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alime
nt, wtich petition will stand for hearing at the
next term ot said i;ourt.
Dated November 4th, 188. ' -
-By W. A. PxtbtlbbAugh. her Att'y. nov3-6w
: Emollient Cream.
TIM IS PELlGHTfl'L AKDEI.E61RT
A preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering eommendatiocs from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
against tbe inclemency of tbe winter season. It
not only imparts to tne sxin a aeucare iresnness
and beauty, but also eooduoes.to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips, or Rou;hn?ss of tbe Skin,
lthasno equal, while its soothing qualities and
delighttul fragrance render it a necessary append
aze to the toilet. Prepared only by A1ARFLE A
R1TS0N. upensing Chemists, 109 South High
street, Columbus, Ohio. nov4-deodAw4w
Josenh Wittman.'-plaintiff.i State of Ohio, Frank-
against lin county. Court of
tienry maurer, defendant. J common r leas
'PHK MID HEMRY ITIAlilCKH, DE-
A fendant. will take notiee that on the 1st day
of October, A. D. the said plaintiff, Joseph
Wittman, filed his petition in the Court of Com
mon Pleas in and for the county of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to recover from the said defendant
tbe sum of One Thousand dollars, aith interest
fiom the 3d day of September, A. D. 1868. on his
certain promissory note due upon said day, and
unpaid, and praying for ajutlg nent for said amount
with interest as aforesaid, aad that tbe said
plaintiff has caused an attachment to he levied, in
said cause, upon tne following described property
belonging to said defendant, to-wit: Lots num.
bered 11. 12, 13. 14. 15, 16, 17, 18, lu, 20, 21, v9. 30. 31,
33, 33, 34. 35. 36, 37, 38, 40, 41 , 42, 43. 44. 45. 46, 47. 48,
49, 50. 61. 63. 63, 54, 65, 66. 57. 68. 59 and 60- in Ueury
Maury's addition to the city of Columbus, in-said
county of Franklin and State of Ohio, as marked
bn the plat of said addition recorded in the office of
the Rtcorder of Fraaklin county. .
' Tbe said defendant is required to answer by the
third Saturday after the 13th day of November
A. O. 1868. JOSEPH WITTMAN.
By Dbbskl A Mato, his att'vs. ,
. r . , Western Reserve Bank,)
11 : Wabrem, Ohio, August 19. 186-f.
TaTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
IN holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Western Reserve Bank, and te all other parties in-tere-ted.
that after tbe expiration of six months
frum this (late, appiicabiuu win ue maae to me &u
AitM MMramrr andl'reasurer of State, to snrren-
der to said Bank the 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 BOt to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
and othor Banking Companies," passed February
"p4? . : H. B. PERKINS. President.
M. B. Tatlkr. Cashier. - , . '
. August 19, 1C68. ,ang28-w6m
rMinicc Til AND FKOITT GREAT
J7 Britain and Ireland, byStaamship and Sail
ing racket, by weekly lines, mtoiutoi ). !
Yerk. continue to issue Passage Tickets, available
for twelve months, from London, Liverpool, ot
tueenstown, ana uraits, pay" wu uauiMu,,
any amount, from XI and upwards. ' " L
.: BAILEY TaOMPSON A CO.; AgeiJta, .
Btcxlt-wly-BitT , , Baoker . Columbu t
' i i . . '
THE LAKOEST AND MOST COH
BOOR & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
Nos. 36,;38;& 40 North High St,
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The attention the Business Publie called to
' the superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in oonstant use .
Eleven Steam Power Presses
L OF THB
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And oar ability to get ont wore promptly is
, . surpassed in the West. We have lately .
, - . made additions to onr already
LAUGE TARIE1 "k O"
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
-- us a eaU. Our large fonts of type enable us
. . : to do all kinds of
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n the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
'i: In this inetothe
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ELEGANT SFECI MENS
. . That w have executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING !
The reputation, of this House for fins Job Printins
is well known to the business community.
Employing. a we do, none but the
Best of Workmen.
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And having a full assortment of the
STYLES : OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF 1
Mercantile.- S, , .
a . i Bank and .'.
.. ' Commercial
- .n 1 BUCH AS -
Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks ran kinds. Checks,1 :
Drafts, T &c, &c. .
-,. . ... : ' - V i.
-. ' ' IN FACT, i v
EVERY KIND OF M PRIMIKG
- . Needed by the business public .. k ....
Wa also keep on hand a larger stock of .
PAPERS OF UL KINDS
i Than any other Printing House in the oily inch as
Super Royal Nledium,
Demy, : Crown Cap, ,
Cap, . abetter sand
rsrot DaPsaiper &
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as wa
, do, dir.-otly from the manufacturer, we are .
enabled to do onr work at correspond-, jj
j . ingly low rates. We are Sola , .
Agents forth . .w
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PL4.XNEB Sc PORTEH.
BLANK ; BOOKSj
We particularly call attention to the Black Books
, manufactured by us.. We are prepared to
'' fill all orders for ,
T ouj-n n,l s. '
v- -' . ,
And all kinds of Blank Books now in nse. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line. , .
NEVINS & MYERS,
3S, SS Jc 40 North;' Welt Street,
WAS & lllIPiS.
GIVE U A CAL E .
.! .: .-. ,
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Of onr ONE DOLLAR SALK has caused such
1 1ST T XI
That in order to supply tbe demand occasioned by
our constantly incrraMng patronace. we have re
cently made importations lor the Pall Trade, direct
from European Man faeturers.
Amounting to Nearly $500,000,
So that we are nrenared to sell ever ri..int;nn
of Dry and Pane Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut-
iery.waicnes,AiDum4, .lewelrj. e .of better qual
ity than any other coneern in the country for the
uniform price of ONE DOLLAR POK r.ACH AR
TICLE. Tbe best of Hnaton and New York rei'er-
nces given s to the reliab lity of our house, and
that our business is conducted in the fairest and
most legitimate manner possible, and that we
give greater value for the money than can be ob
tained in any other way. All Goods dainased or
broken in transportation replaced without charge.
Checks describing articles fold sent to agents in
Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
every articl- to cost less thin if bought at any Bos
ton or New York Wholesale House.
Our Commissions to Agents
Kxceed those of everr other establishment of the
ki .d, proof of this can be found in comparing onr
premiums with those of ethers for Clubs of the
same size, in addit on to which we cfaiin to give
better good, ot me same character- w e will send
to Aeents freeof charge.
For a Club of 30 and Titreb Dollars 1 dox.
good linen Shirt Fronts; 1 set Solid bold Studi;
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: flue white Counter
pane, large size: 1 elegant llalmoral bkirt; 20 vards
browu or bleached S' eeting. sood quality, yard
wide; I elegtnt 100 Pioture Alorocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope am 11 Foreign
Views: v.ilver plated eneraved 5 bottle Castor: I
elegant Silk tan, with Ivory or Sandal Wood
t rame. leathered cage ana spaogiea: 1 steel tiarv
inar Knife and Fork, very best aualitv ivorv bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: 20 yards good rrint; l very nne Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair bet quality Ladies' Serge C nsress
Boots; 1 dosen fine Linen Towels; X dozen Rogers'
best silver Oei.-ert Forks: 1 Ladies' larse real Mo
rocco Traveling Baer; 1 fancy Drew Pattern, X
doen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
I dozen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents heavy chased sJtd Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' high cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
Fok a Club or 50 and Fivb Dollars 1 black
or colored Alpsoca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; Engraved bilver
plated t bottle Revolving Castor: 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Cassimere. for Pants and Vest; 1 aetivory bal
anced handle Knives .with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras i'. heavily bearled and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf Boo s; 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleached Sheering,
vard wide or 40 yards ti yards wide, good aualitv: 1
Ladies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool shawl; 1 plain Jtorwien fooiin Dress fat
tern. IK varda double width cloth for Ladies:
C.oakf; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cl th for Cloaking
r OR A I LUB OF IOU IKS UN DOLLARS I riCB
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Darn
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 Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; IX yards fine Cassimere for
suit; 1 elegant Poplin Dre-s ' Pattern; 1 elezant
English Berage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Berase Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Huuting-case
Watch; I Bartlett Hand foitable sewing Machine;
Srjlenilirl Family Bible, steel engravings, with ree-
ord and photograph pages: S5 yards good Kemp
(Jarpeting, gooa colors; i pair gooa Marseille uuut
1 goods barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Carie: 1 sinale barrel Shot Gun: 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles; i verv nne v lenn ana tiow.in ease; i set ivory
TrutlannAri Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the same
ratio. j -
ae Send Money by Registered Letter.
-As" Send for our new Fall Circular. -
Iff Catalogue of Goods sent to any address fkxb.
Nos. 98 and 100 Summer street, Boston.
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OHIO SAW WORKS.
Patent Ground Circular Sawa, . .
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
Y . ,- HAND AND KIP SAWS.
Rkpairino Cabbfcllt and Pbomptlt Done.
WOODKOIIVH Sc. McPAU-LlIt, -
r..t; . I . Hamilton. Ohio, and
lactones-. J sag sto West Trh St.. Cincinnati. O.
Warehouse. IS A H West 2d street. Cincinnati. O.
&SSD FOR PRICE LIST. . po arpS-w3m
AI'BL.ClIfe.K, JA.UU &. CO.' ..
Great One Dollar Sale.
THE MOST LIBERAL" CONCERN OF THE
KIND I.i THE COUNTRY. . .
TBE SIUAL,I.ESr AllTICLR OX OUR
checks can be exchanged at any time for a
splendid large Conoertina. or a five-bottle revolving
silver-plated Cas'or. or twentv-four French Stere
oscopic Views. 'We have on hand over half a mil-'
linn rinllars' worth of foods. The lareest and moat
valaablei-tock of Linens, Woolens, Cottons, Flan-"
nets. Dress Woods, r anoy rorooas. riatea vt are, ;ut-.l
lerv, jneerscnaum xipes.oo., ao.( oi-ali 1 vtu
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prices. This never bas been done be
fore, and is causing a eomplets panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherever our goods are sent
If ym wish to buy goods cbeap. now is tbe lime !
We are bound to sell! Everything sold at the uni
form rate of ONE DOLLAR EACH. Those get
ting up clubs for other firms will do well to f top
a here they nre, and send for our Circular. Our in
duoements are double those of any other eonoern.
Agents, Leek Here)
For a clnb of Thirty and 3. we send one of the
following article, free of charge: 24 yards of
heavy brown or bleached yard wide Sheeting: 1
Double Lens Freneh Steroscope. with 84 rioh fur-
ign views; 1 Ladies' real Morocco Traveling Bag:
tiy pairs Ladies' fine Merixo Stockings; 1 enu ne
Meerschaum Pipe, amber mouthpiece, in splendid
case; 1 Violin and Bow in box complete; All-Wool
t assimere fr pants: 1 pair Ladies extra quality
Cloth Boots. 1 cozen fine Lipien Toe'.s; 1 Steel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced han
dle, very best quality; Gents' heavy chased solid
G Id Ring; Elegant Delaine Dress Pattern: 1 dozen
heavy silver p aled white metal Dessert 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.
F'or a club of Fifty and $5. one of the following
articles : 1 Web of heavy brown or hleached .vard
wide Sheeting:! black or colo ed Alpaoca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets; Engraved s.lver
plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 set ivory bal
anred Knives, with silverplated white metal Forks;
I pair Gents' Calf Boots; 35 yards good Print; 4
vards double width Waterproof for Cloaking; 1
Square Wwl Shawl: BX yards very fine Cassimere
for pants and vest; Beautilul Poplin Dross Pattern;
100-Picture Turkey Morocco Photoereph Album.
- For a olub of One Hundred and A10. presents va
rying in value from $15 to S25 Club of Five Hun
dred and 50, presents from (80 to I00. Larger
clubs increased in the same ratio. ..Piemiums.sent
Circulars free to any address. Send" all money
by registered letter or money order. Address
- BELCHER. JAMES A CO . :
- Successors to.A. S. Hardy A Co.,
7 A 9 Brom field street, Boston, Mass.'
rn-Oct27-w4fc .., . . . . : i : 1 .- . ; .
THE PLACE TO BUY
. LAMP GOODS, i
KTerosene Chandelics. ' ' '
(. . Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps, -Lanterns
for Oil or Candles,
The newest and best kinds ot Burners, Chimneys,
Wicks, or anything in the Lamp line, for lighting
ChurchesHalls or Dwe lings, is at
I. . . McHEJiRY A OO.'SDeoot.
': Bos. 8 East Fourth and ICS Main street,
, . ,. . . Cincinnati. .
Gas Chandeliers,-' J t: - h"-'i '
. fUall Lights.: . ., .. i, . , . .
' Braoket Lights, "' " '
: Portable Lights;. ,i ' .:i;
. Ceiling and
' ' ' Window Reflector Lights,
. ., I ' 1 Shades, Globes.
Or anything in the Gas Fix'ure line, is at
... AlcHKNKY A UO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or ialvaniied, ;!!
Cast-iron Soil Pipe,
'i Stone and Cement Drain Pipe, ' .
, Malleable aDd ('ast-irou Fittings,
Steam Valves, Stop Cocks.
Gas. Service, and
Meter C' cks.Ac, Ac,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at
. McIlhNKY A CO.'S Depot, ;
, . Nos. 8 East Fourth and ISi Main street. ,
Pumps & Plumbers' -Goods1
Cistern and Well Pumps. . v .'.;: i
Lift and F'orce Pumps, . . ,
Beer I'urnps. tiarden Pumps', 4e.,; -"-1
. .Bath Tubs, Closets, . .
, W ash-stands. Wash Travs.
Bath Boiler. Sinks,
Ac, Ac. Everything in tbe above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at
Mchenry a co.'s Depot, i
Cas & Steam Fitters' J Tools.
Screw-cuttingMachines, Stocks and Dies. Drills,
Reamers and Taps, 'Ptent Pipe Cotters, -Pat,
ent and Ordinary Pipe , longs, 'Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Flyers, Gas Fitters' Au
gers.Chisela.Aa.. Ac. kverrtbing. to tbe above
line always on hand and for tale at the manufacturi
er's trade rates, at 1 ' 'f '
MCHENRY &tCO.'8, ;l
No. 8 East Fourth ec 162 Alain Street,
,C 0Tl-eoti30-a;3ni.ij !! I
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS —AND—
' Five Traixuai XJaaiXy,
: . s -EXCEPT SUNDAY. ,
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tha
Utile) JIlami Ac Golumbrag Ac Xenilc
SIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbna at 1:1
A.M. Will ston at Delaware, ('ardinirton. GilMji
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and. Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
6:20 A. M.. New York 7.-O0 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts fro a tte Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS -Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. U ill stop at Delaware Lardington.Gal
ion. Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
f...Sew ork next day at 8:45 r. M. -
MAIL AND EXPRESS- LeavesColnmbusat J3
P. M. Will stno at Wnrthir.aton. Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
iew London, Wellington, t.ratton ana Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland atsss P. M New York ln-.TOP M
SPRI.N GFIELD ACCOM MODAT ION V I A DE L-
A vt A Kr. Leaves tJolumbus at 3:05 P. M. Will
stop atall stations between Columbus and Spring-
neiu. amnni ai lyeaware al a:iu sr. n., springneld
'30 p. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at 9:10 A. M.: Coiuuibuj
Pa tea t Sleeping Cars are rmm om sal
. . Night Trains to Chicago,
Hew l'erk and
lOT Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
jjow A ora, via tRsuino.
' Nisht ExirressArriveH at Cnlnmhn. at 1:00 A . M
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at UJ8
Mail Train arrive at Cnlnmbns at 9:10P. M. :
Springfield Aoeommodation arrives at Colnmha
at 1035 a.. M.
Fare aa low as by any Other Routei
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
-- -x E. S. FLINT.
- . Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
- , , ' Agent, Col urn b .Ohio.
Colnmbus. May 11. 1868.
FOB THE II Al It .
" ' - "'improved! -
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. . j
It keeps th Scalp Clean and Healthy. . i-
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. ' ';.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.1
Jt immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. ;
It restores Grey Hair to itt Original Color. ! '' 'i "
It brings ont Hair on heads that have been bald for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
A -.- ! ble substances
It has received ever six thousand voluntary testi
menials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing. .. ,. ,
It is sold in balf-ponnd bottles (the nam blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at 0 ne Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co
Schicfielin A Co.. New York. t8CHKY-mch27-dly
A New Article of Food,
- It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French
Oastrnnnme. who nrHtsaid- that lha man who in
vents a new dish does more. lor Society than' the
man who discoveis a f lanet. . its
: CACIO III M4CCAROSI
or Italian nrenared Cheese Maoearonl. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome ar.d piquant
comestible (convenient lunch1 tor tbe use ot fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in Beer ft loons, bar or sample itooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese "Zue -tine
dl pane eondentro." Especially is it adapted
tor those climates where tne article ox cneese can
not be kept in a sound oondition for any length of
time. - ........
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Steos-anrt warmed upon a stove, after the can
has been opened, it manes, witnout inrtner prep
naration. a Delicious Welsh Rarebit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines. Deviled or rot
ted Meat. '
- The proprietors and Patentee cannot bat ask for
it a triil
- - Send S for sample dozew X lb Cans, and btoh
. LY gildkd show card, securely paoked, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
t made to the trade. 1
N. B. Tbe ('aciodi Maccaroni is put np in tin
" boxes, and packed in eases of two dozen at 8 per
...... n.t A.aK
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
fruit stores. . .
RAsnnn.ihl nta wanted evervwhere.
All orders aud communications should be ad'
dressed to ' '
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY,
98 Liberty Street, New lork.
TNY-ecpSO-deodSmoa - -
.yVVOItO WIIH YOU!
BRFAD IS THU BT IFF OF fLIFE
yourmostimportantarticleot diet. The health
Ot your xamtiy largely aepenas .upon iu oeiug .
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
. . Would you have it so T Then use only n
io-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.rs
.Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
white and beautilul l ake a pound noma
to 'your wife to-night She will be
i" " delighted with it. v
Buyers of Soda should try our
KTATROITA . '
BI-CARBOMTE UP SODA.
We guarantee it not only fr superior to any other
' American make, but even purer than tne best new
CasUe or English Soda. ; ' :
manufactured bt the
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
i PITTSBURGH, PA,
Virr-auglO-eodly-r : :
BOOTS AND ' SHOES.
. T. B. BEFABD.
CHEAP BOOTS AND - SHOES.
NE W ITIRSJ. : ,7-7.
TS. SHEPIRD HATPO FOB1TIED
a partnership with G. H0R1GER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
!VO. 163 SOUTH HIGH STUEF.T,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fiL-e and
well seleoted stock of. Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect tram the East, and which they ar now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing deparment special attention is given to
OVBT-OM MADE WOBK. ' ,
, Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of publie
patronace. Please give us a call.' No tronble to
show goods., i -' ,. , t, .
: Remember the Pl". No3 Sou tHtrect.
EColumbus. Or. Sept. 13. 1868.. , ,dti i
J'COLM, MILES : &-HWALDSI
NO. i & ia SOUTH HIGH STREtT1 ' :
' GR"0'Ci;R'SlM " i:
PKOPRlETOHH COI.lTIHTJM POW
, I). R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hazard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
:heiale' of ?::1 v : .
. . GARDNER FH1FPS' ACO.'S
Celeorated . Sasar Cured Ham.
l' ""' ' , and dealers in . ' '
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
t.:l GROCERIES o.i -t
In all their varieties. Imported Wines,- Brandies
Cigars, etc. iull-eodl t,
JOSEPH11 IT.; GEIGER
r'-l Ht'": .j u.-Vl'- 'lis. 1 i 'I'l',,
.;, Attorney j xt :Ju.-w,sf
FAES0ITK BULLDINO, -o1 il. -i U -71 lo
anW-eod3m CO.. TOWijA MUSB&TS1 j
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Sbortew Houtrt Wn rw.
.Chaage ofCars to Chicago, jPe-
vria aau UUBapolis,
FOUB TRAINS DAILY leave Onion Depot C3
lambus, as follow.:
6,tr A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS Strndajs
,0 excepted.) Arrives at Milfnrdaja) A. M -Lrbana8;51
A. M.; Piqua 10. -US A. M Lima i-6i
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. U.; Detroit 6:10 k H- .
fassengers by this train arrive at Toledo
Detroit 3 hour ahead of any other rout .-
19 Ifi p- M- DAY EXPRE -S (Sundays ex
IAi.IU eepted.) Arrives at Urbane i:Ou p. J .
Piqua Si5P. M-; Bradford Jonction 8:15 P. Hj
Kiohmond A si P.M.; Indianapolis 7O0 P. M. Lo
ran.port 9 p. u ait AM. n.l..V,n..
8:1? ,H .Bnr,nton la- 115 A. M : Louis
Vli" l30' SA ': rTn Hato V. M.; Mattoon
lM .M. ' Cro4H0 P. M.; Pana sal A. M.; Al
Yl'LJi uM :. hI- Loni SM A. M.; Lafarette
U?.Kl Springfield, Illinois. 630 A. At.; Quin
cy H:45 P M.; Keokuk iMi P. M.
Paseinrers by this train reach St. Loais tha next
morning 8 honra ahead, and f-r points west .
of St. Louie ONK TKAININ JuJYANC"
all other routes. l
5 .OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS BX
PRESS (Sundays exoeoted.) Arrives at
Piqua 8:48 P. M Logtnsport 1:06 A. M.: Obicaio
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis JM A. M.: Terra Haute
i-3& A. M.: Evansville B38 P. M.; Mattoon 848 A.
M.: Pana 10.-O5 A. M.: Alton 1:40 P. M Hi. Ii.
36 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.j Springfield, Ills.
3:05 P. M.; Qumcy T30 P. M.; Keokuk 8:45 P. M.
Louisville TH5 A. M.: Nashville SSO P.M . Mem
phis 905 A- U4 Toledo 6J30 A.- M.: Detroit M
NEW AND ELEGANT .: .. . '.
Sleep i n g C a" r m
BDN IN .THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOTJIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE; .. .
Arriving at St. Louis I-hwnra and Louisvill
8 hou ra ahead of any other route. . ,
lO.OJC A. tt. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to InT
1W dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. ! Arrives at LogansportSfi A. M.: Peoria
5:36 P.M.; Chicaso 1.-00P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Torre Haute 10:30 A.M.: Evansville 100 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.; Cairo 4:16 A. M-; Pana :1S P.
M - Alton 7 IS P. M Ki i .;. a:in b u . i -r
3:30 f - Louisville 4.30 P. M.; jfashviUo
40 A. M., Memphis 3:16 P. M. ... .-. .. .v. -
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis X and
vuihsu o uwwrv ox any other
1 , ....... ,. route.
StateBoom rjleepinp; Carsj
RUN IN THIS TRAIN ' ' -'
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS'
WITHOUT CHANGE. aiui- . . i "
- Can for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
A! Tickets for sale at Union and Prqua Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. - ' -
- ' ' ' : F. CHANDLER, Qml Ticket Agent.
J. M. LU NT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST.
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO
1 .i ,
Vi-u IStr a
j .'- .. . ((( t.-f Ji nrj
Three Trains LeaveCelanbns (Va
. . OepetH aallv naaya avxcB4at '
t :.':-; - r j JT
StlO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
Zanesvllle at 4:90 A. M.; Beilair at 8:10 A. A
Baltimore at 40 A. Al Washington tiiky at 506
A. M. . .-,
.1.1- .1 I" ,t.,; r, , tJ
HMO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arrivin
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M: Bellaire at 40 P. 11.
Baltimore at 8 30 A. M.; Washington City at.
A.M. .. .. - ... -i : A I - .1 A
8:00 P. M. E XPRE S S M A IL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M .: Bellaire at 8aM P. M.t BaltiaoH
at 4:45 P. M.; W aahingtoa City at 1:45, M. yr
- O-Thera trains are from TWO W EIGHT hosM
in advance of all other route to Baltimor and
Washington. - -
Close conneotiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with tnins for Philadelphia and New York.
- Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have th privilege of ,
- -: ; i -m
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
AU For TICKETS Tla BEaULAIkaW
- ' ' , ,
. JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Paasencer At-i
may!8 . - .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1868, FOU,
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus " '
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO,' ST.
' LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IS-' '.
DIANAP0LI8 A CHICAOO."
: . f ' ' ' : '1
Withon (change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one changeof ears to IN- -.
, . DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO. ...
'"' Connections are reliable at followg ' !
FIRST TRAIN (Daily).1 r ' ' 1
Leaves at lO A. M. for Cincinnati. Circleville
- Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe: stops at Lon-
, don,: Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland. arriring a t
Cincinnati at 6:50 a m. '
v :" ..; . . .'Ai-C
.. .. SECOND TRAIN. " ,; j
-., , -.. - : (Daily except Sundays J - i
L'Mves at 5:00 A.' M. for Cincinnati) Dayton
1 Richmond. Indianapolis and Cbieagn. and at ops at
West Jefferson, London, booth Charleston. Seusa,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow,
- South Lebanon, Fosters. Lovelan. si ilford. ar
riving at Cincinnati at 105 A. At., oonneetinat
with the Mail Boata. . ' . . ...T"
' ' ; ': THIRD TRAI1T.' CX ,! 1
rt . ; : ' .1 ... - , . j, -
' ' (Daily except Sundays J " J
Ijeaves at t8!85 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton Bad
, Springfield, via Xenia. arriving at CincuuiaU at
6U0 P. M. .
. FOURTH train.x e ' ''tB''t
?'.'.( .,rDaily xeept Snndaya,) P ,,-r
Leaves at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield via London,- stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London. South Charleston,- Selraa,
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
rivliig at Cincinnati at MhOtliiUi iu
:! -a j. ..Trill - 'll ,v:otJ
' ' I'" : -A I '-".f
Sleepinar . Car: all Nighty Tralaa,
HENRY BROOKS, Tieket Agent
JNO, W.,iK)HitTX. Agent
johh dtjrand. : r. ; vrt
W gen-Ticket Agt.j 'mayrt
RAILROADS. PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
RAILROADS. PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
. . , AAJI HANDLE kotiifTEj 'c:l
ui ana alter June 39th. trains jrili nu t
follows: . , ,
Leave. ! ' N. Yi Express ; r::Mail !''',?at'Lin
('olumbos 3)0 A.M. :15P.M. lis A.M.
Newark 3:95A.M. 30 P. M. 11:35 P.M.
Steuhenville.. .8:00 A:M. 8.-40 P. M. 5:15 P. M.
Arrive at -r . .,,. .. ,.,
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 13:00 M. ' 7:06 P.M.
Harrisburg... 8:30 P. M. 13.30 P. i1 A.M.
Philadelphia., 1 A. M. 4S0 P,M. ?i'5A.Mi
Now York...': 8:00 A. M. 65S P; M. 11:5 A.il.
Hjltimore., 6H5 A.M. , 6:30 P M.,i'3:80 PM.
Washington... 9:40 A, M. 80 P. Mv 46 P. 11,
Boston......-.: 6HP: M. ''.i..',v.i..A P. M.
,: Elegant stale room slevpiogearssn all trigottraios.
On the Kast Line the celebrated "Silver Palaee'
day and nieht cars are run through from ( -olumbus
to Philadelphia and New York witboot change.
Passe rum rs by thetflOA. M. Sanday train
arrive in New York etS.o'eloek" Monday morning,
an advantage never before oJered. '
, P . SCTJLL:
, ! enT Tieket Agt. Steubenvilia. 4.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent,-t-teabenviile.iO.
. m- H.B.BRWOKS, .
Ticket Agent, Columbus. O
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Cumbiillil ' , ,
junelo-dly-ju30 ,., , . , ' ' ,
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