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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
SI Showing th arrival and dDrtnirf trklnit atrSj
Ohio. On Mi after Monday. Hay Ul
N.YJt Western Express..!:" .Jam-I
Mail and aproM ,.-. Si i30 p. M. 11:10 P. M J
fTalraolaae)Sa morniog-i-ecit Meoday,
:r!l-nii.-:KAJMWiPAy.TJjB80 Ami
til. J I'T li(lt t nn laEA.VE.-,,- ABEITB.
uinuuu'Ammwnuoa. 5n, M. ' s F. M,
ElDTHI ... lO-OS. P M . l tHl A M
g-'10f -)ha 'V'TtA. Agent.
teamm(JOhta Railroad,, Genual
-lii5 lsqiafiit4 -di .myi.i'Wimirt,'
Hire Express.. MO A.M.ni 11:25 P. M.
Lightning - KsprM...wIl:W A.M. ,.(. P-M.
Express Mail ., ip..m.: 11.30 a. m.
,. JVV ' ' A, I. .SjmT,.Aent...
CeluWa'us, fcn.eago and indiaua Cen-e-.i
.i. iraiRaiiwar -
Jt1 Al CJ1' gi'l'Mll.taBAVK ,!! AgBlVB.
f ight. Eafav.p...t,w34a A. M a:l A M.
Aeeomrnodatien.......,. 0.-46 ArM.. .10 P., M.
Western Kxpre..., .... 530, P. M," 7:00. P.. M.
Way KzprMi.v..iJ.'.ad'-P. M. 11-00 A; M.
.! KJwAi Hh.l Agent.1'
:-, lTlanefloldatNeWnrlA R.Ri
Trail leave Newark and artve as roUows. --" .
H'rort l :.... ! i HEAVE. tHt.
U"-iu"""'"'-"- 00 A.M. S 15 P.M.
Mail and ExpreM...,....., ...10.30 A.M., fi.25 P.Mj
Mamaeld Express ............ 3.45 P.M. 9.45 A.M.
Jylauiuti. A. W. Dennis. Agent. n
VatMMtrjrhVCefnaaitl 'IS.' laouie
-UY viyt:lT-,axlailwr.'' '";
Tfaw Tork Cxpraai. K A-M., , Jl:15 P. M.
Wfthtninr luxpreiu.......1lA0 A. M. r . 60 P. M.
Jlail aodfixproa ........ MS P. M. ' 11:S6 A. M.
Vaooian AoeoqwMdation 640 A. M. ' ' M P. M.
. l orkxpraes tandaUy. -AU otkar traiaa
run oail; axoept Suodaj.
'Caninaon Aeoommodadon itarU from" freight
yard. .vhj. i,.; v;iKi.-...i-..; tiv,; ..j.. .
...
-5
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
;UCC ;" ii ;t."i-i
tB TTimngh JlaBi, : ArM. P.JU A.. P.'
kZluk...;!!. .1
rittsbirntb .....
Bafltera Way Mailij C. C.
FittshuTKh......:... 'BflO .183 10:00 tao
1UU.C.' :'J.j u.s-"-'"
? t0 .
4:15
Chieaco. ria O. P. 4 1. C.
C. O. K. B.. Newark. .Ii:m)!I -lfi-- .il
it -D
C-v. aX.'
,trZ..ii.).
Way....
' T;30
;
Cirelerilla, CkilUMtha A . i.t t" i i-.lit
f 'IS
Eaat MavNatinaal'i.ui lfriftJ i.
i30
M. Varptts it. W ateT ! -i
niie. an iCi30
North Columbns and Clin-, , , , -,r. ,.j
Washington C.&,!lriaHaci ..m : l.T..
jiebmrt.' M-wwkJjJ I . A
aiTtTee Mondava
fefwSaasdaya,fban.f ' 'S" t'-
ilaTa and Katnril&T. I
Centre Villace. (tri-weak-v
ij J Tae4Klaja,TnardaTSUX.'
and8atuiday....,.....TrTr" . , ..
Orrica nocits.lB(vpiiaWt oWock . M.,
ad aleM at 1 P.M.i fiancteja.19enaaa8j4.AiM
Bdeloaesa.fiX.il
r A. xu.
All u.;i. CJ.. . 11 V
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
'it' . 'nut,; in -i
TT1 ara Kedlelaie fbr the Skla. rafea
iritlMMit fkll. TerjrAl.td;r. )-.
Oi ;iay cnpflM the fix-, - '
r. iarhlasw irrltsUaa;. .r-;'!'.I"!!i-llatrcaalav
Kanniu i-'f.-fl
Oinri'I lot iMaa-e ewaua prt d' .I A J
aXXk ixraoai. . c'f !u u
writ Higlejr 3rvu. Druw"t. VaiTtWld,.Iewa. ;rl
rMtfTiaa.!- ST, ? W-t.
-flUen aeirlarl!. "P,f ' iia 't;oi' !M A
Prepimli, br !' 'Ipipi AtMKB;'n.,.;i
yeat jfonrtli Street, CJaoliyiatl. tt.',
Toe sale by TrrtggMti enerailj. :', , J
i-deodAwi, ; n'J'"
ifl "r t" ie liuU (il'IO
1
4.
,1 OT,irM rlira.y.l,lfJIIB.,, - j,
IF01 . DnipcpticFerer and Ague,' Act--cdity
of th 'StOmacti Loss of Appetite,
Nauscj.Heart-burn Jaundice, and 'all1
"diseases ansing (htm, disordered 'state) -of
the Stomacly lives or XcVrstiries. 7 ' '
Prepareilby iSnrA.D 'Jit ! Bbntut,
iTfnttal BBfijOb:'N.f Y; ' Sofd by 1 ill
8. E. SAM CTRL A Co.. Whoieaale Acenta.. ., L
.ayBapteosAwlj;.,-;;; T : ; i ? .M
PBtLOHOPHT OF MARRIAGK. A Nw:
CocRSi of iilorrHBS. as deliTered at the New-
xork Museum - of Anatomy, .embraeinc the sub
jects: Bow to lire and what to lire for; Youth,
Matarlty and Old Age; Manhood general'? rrriew-j
d : The eansa of indigestion, flatnleae and Ner-:.
TMAdisaaaea aoeouated for ;,Marriaeiibrioorh
icailj aooaidered. 4e. -. ". , .
'Pocket rorames oontarnine these lectures will be
fnpwftrrlAal t-a. MrtiM nn.kl. tn ftatn n. int nf
foaratimpe, by ad dress ior 8J.CKKtAKY. Nw
I OBI vrglCaf OF AHATOHT AVIV BCIINCI. big
HBOiVVlT BFW IOBKa TKT-leDISIlT
-WATCHES AND B JEWELRYi
'' .ii
..
e:,'dS Ti f.1 w 'Th've nl. wt!'-' t' ' Ml '.''
ft-SyJU LESQUEREUX
e,nIa TKKTBl.s' AHD DEALEKfl IK ' : ?
.. a - . .. . I . . ; Pi- I
IfiWELRYs i o. tv
,-lM. V,
Og.aIiOClCS.)
Lfinfl i.o i
- '''f ifi ii-r &;.;;. ,
.a ,c,., . ''v PliATD WAHE, '
-V) II 1 ft, - a.. ;(..:.. i?.
CAai3S,-toi obisnHa KPCX ACIJBS,: j
.!CKTl.ER'r!r. .ino, na . ."
.JifrraiYPi! ! .fi .'!J7?
rOCKST-BOOKf aa 1 '
fh .iJir BinjiLE88! VARIEtY;: ' '' f !
ICWp4mjtaptly ail hand ' Ianro asaortmeni f'-1 i
SstM TkMf an Wmterwutr Clock, i
Jot the Jobblnt and Keiatl Trade. Also; Afenti :
tJtTHAGA' CAlaBNlaJB' CLOCK GOMP1HY.' ' ;
Tr atori Makers' Tools and Materials.' Watch Ulasa-'
. -' (t'sendh and Genera) in nil supply at . x
' JfJ" Ali'ordOT prewmp tS'od 'and satisfaation
F. A. L. LESQOIKEOX.I
febla-eodly - No. 71 Hot
rant iiirh St., Columbus.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,!
ij
MUSIC ALXN3T&rjMKNTS, A5.. .7' if I:
173 Houth'High street',' 'Columbus 0 Repairing
carefully done and warranted: - - - m7-eodm
I oZ rn .-! K
COAL.
! 7 '
-')- . i .
T.
A L L E-N r Agent
i-T t-.r: !j.t1" jj 'i. 1 .?' .-
WliaLi COS 11 U K a rt i-i tuAb nvsw
- N fi.-ii at hispreeent stand, . .. ...
No. 13S North High reet '
ind Vill take 'order in both CAMBRJtDOB and
HOCKINU COAL, which he is prepared to fell at
the leveat market price. ::. '. '' '' '
mr- Special attention paid to- Shipping, i l
mySO-eodtf.,. t ., ,.. 'i v
...
-,t i ' WgBTgBN RgSgRVg fiAVK.i
.-1 WaKIK,Ohio. August 18, 186i. . . V
TflTtng TS HKRKBY GIVEN TO THE
Xv holder of tbe outstanding notes of the late j
Western Beeerv Bank, end all other parties in- ;
tereited. tnat alter me uiimuuu m mvuvui
rm this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surrrn-
der ta-aaid Bank the (tooka deposited to seenre the
outstanding circulation of said Bank. 4n pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) aeotion of an act entit ed
"An aot to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
end other Banking Companies," passed February
,4,18 ''-'ftl . PEKKiys. President.
H. B. T ATLra, Cashier.:. . .,.,, i u. r
August 1..1?8.: i ; : ; n-"n
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE PLACE TO BUY
s aan no x 'Jlu J 1
kiln r- vvwwi
.1 jiiti.a
Kerosene Chandelie-a.
' '- Bracket. Hall and Table LamDf.
lit-. '"!! l.i - i ' lanrnsfor Uil.T 'Jahales
kThe newaataad beet kinds of. Burners, Chiinneja,
nioas, oranttninf in tne laamp line, ror.ugut.ng
inarooea, ntiwor rjwtriniaa, ras 1 - '
.'.' .viirl .r-in-l Cincinnati.
1 .-!);
Uas lnandeliers.
Hal? LighM.'"1'1'' la.tsI-.-sia
.'I .vnBtaekat lifehts,
. t Poruble Lights.
rf(lC1.UOiW)5 9-- , Ce lina and "l":iT
iiihiiiRtTorn n 'n- i..!.;V ndow ReBeetor Lighti,
W anTthrag in the Gag Plxlirt'Hne. iaat
-nam 7f r.-y.-a...fH i , i ... ,;1o
PIPE AND FITTINGS
Wrought -iron Pipe CPlaiu.ox.tialTanized.
. Cast-inm Soil Pipe. ' '
.11 .1 -i, Stone and Cement Drain Pine.
'jv 1. 1 i nc i .i ilalleableand Cast-iron Fittings,
' - steam valves. moBi;oeks.
r!ie'jT: ii-.iri jy ..ie. ;; . . Uas. Serriee. and -.
.. - U.l.pl!i.a J.A.. Jtt
ur auyining in toe ripe or r ming line, is a.
r n. . ... ....- "
MOnttrfKl- M UU.'S Uepor.
, Noa. 8 aat Fourth and 182 Main street.
.11
h r . ". i j . 1 -T-l
Pumps 6V Prumbers Goods.
uistern and vr en rumps.
l radland Foree-rucopa,,- n I
, r .peer rumps, i.araen rnmps. do..
. 1 -TO' i .Ci Bath Tabs. Closets,
a f..-it;.5-:-.5(tJr aah-stands. Wash Trara,
' Fvrvf iii tliM ha,-., tin. wKni-i.la.
at retail, alf-asteru price?, at 1
ni
JKY A CO.'S DepoU;
t mt. ' 1 ft. .S 1 --.,' -
was x steam i- uters'i oois.
Knr..i.ntf inir U.Ahin.a Kuu.lra.tii. Tiina
Reamers and Tsps,' P-tent Pipe Cutters'.' Pat
ent and - Ordiaary.' Pipa Tongs, Pipe Vises,
gers; Chisels, Ao.', Ac. tvei-Vtbini in the above
nnaaiwa.s on band aua tor taJeatlne manuiaotur
1 .W.JIW, . ... . . r ' . . ....
Ife). t Fa at Fourth ,fc 163 fuala Street,
C CTJ-eep30-w3m , .n . CtXCWNATI.
Times 'tf Holding Courts
iii tli Filth Judicial Die
.ntrict: of Ohio lor I860. . Ff
The State of Ohio.J ' " 3'. -Franklin
county, "t ;'i -j !lf t ;
r jTi M. IHcFABD, CLERK OF THE
a Conrt ofComnien Pleas within and foranid
county, do hereby certify that the following order
is truly taken and correctly copied from the journal
of sais iHiurr. to-wit:
TUaet ot Botdiru CbSftHn HhfUi Judicial
Tt ia barela -ordered that 4ha order heretofore
made on the lath day--of September. A. u. 1868.
issued, fixing the dayr vt the ctrmmencement of
the tJoartaot'-uomuMn r leas anoi lutriatv courts
or said Jadiciai Uistriet, be hereby ataended. and
that tbe District Courts and Courts of Common
Pleaa for -the rear A. L). 1S68. shall beain in the
several counties of the Hfth Judicial Uutxict of
us Atata ot .Clhjo, at to imes loUowiug : . . ,
'," V'!, lu,JeD19TBICT COO&T -.'-"!;;
ftidisonl'MaTlth. .' - ' I Fayette. May 14th.' .'.'
Franklin. Mar fithl ... I Ross. Anrust 31st. ' '
Piokaway. May loth. , I Highland. Sept. 3d. .
Adams, Sept, 8th. 1 Brown, Sept. 8th. .
CiermontvwtlSth.. 4, . - . ..
.'-'.' CODll OP COMMOIT PLEAS.1 '
i Brown. February nth. June 1st. November 2d.
.Adama. Januarr 27th. Mas JSth. SeDta3mber 21st.
l Ulermont. January sin. J one zutu. uotooer stn.
, Highland. Jai.uarr 12tb. May 18th, October 13th,
.noiLjunui seDLn.aiuaa isk. noTemDor za.
Faretta.- Fabraarr 33d. June 29th. eDtember
Madisotr. f ebraary Id, May 18th, Uctober JStb.
Pickaway. March 8th. Juae 15th. November Sd.
Franklin. February 16th. June 1st. November
15th .... . . ' " , .
In witness whereof wa hare ' hereunto set 'our
band.
-
,AlarHKI IS. .HlCJUiir,)
Sj. O." AHHBnRNv SJndces.
tawisaeafimonvwaereai 1 nave nareuntoaub
. aeribed mr name and affixed the seal of
8IAU said Court at-1 olnmbus. this 30th day
SBEPARt). "derVT"
,' oct31-dltw3ir'
tbptoljer'Jl.Ueg. ; ;
t
Sherifl's Sale.
.y, Wm. (r. Blyna.
yna. . i Court of Common Fleas
onetal.S K' 'FiinlUincounty,'.?.
Thaajasp.W'yBn'
- U ! o nir.-- parutiou.) . . .... ..
N PoKSUANCK OF AN ORDER OF SALE I
the above stated ease, to me directe-1. 1 will of-
far for sale at the door ef .the eourt house, ia the
city of Columbus, on ).. ..,.. .i;
Satijrdai tae?S.h day of November, AI D
ai.J POOU ii-wro is ..;:slO0cSi i-; a-r.-.t,.. . .- t ..t
at 9 o'clock P. M. of said Har. the fo.towlnc'irt'-
aribedreal estate, situate in Fraqklincouoty&tate
of Ohfostoi-witr ' ;. '-; '-."'
Lot number one (1) or a subdivision or outlota f
the eitr of Colnmbus. numbers fifty-nine (69),
sixty (60) and sixtv-one (SI), n ade by Samuel Me-
dsry. as per plat thereof recorded in book 88, psge-
lua ot tne reoorasof ueeua 4 s-iici county, oeing
the same premiseroonreyed 'to William Blynn by
Thomas 8. Baldwin, by deed dated April aUid.A.
. ltoO. rt'T n m i! - .- I -Term
of Sale One-third eh- on- day of sale.
ope-third in oaeear, and one-third; in itwo years
tl-areafter.'with interest from said. -day of sale, the
deferred payment to be secured .by mortgage v-poa,
the premuiea sold. ,,,,., .
.ApiiraiaedM.iatjou.j,,;..,. ,
4-rmtea'a.fees i 3TO. .,. mm-o.
T' -r - a T r :rl-
bct24-dlttwtd"
..-i aorin s oaie. v -.
a.nn.ii . . m i . , a wua. .y a wvuiuivii a 11.1.
. V ''' nf .
Michael En gel et al.) Franklin oounty."r'
N PURHDANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
X -4.be above stated ease from said court, to me
directed, I will o erfor sale t the door of the court
haose, ia the oity of Coiurabus, ou ., , ( ..... , y,-
Saturday, the 2ilh da v of November, A. I.
.u . ,-uo'J '-?!' e'.j ,1863,-. ,
at 1 o'clock P. M,. the foHewing, described real es
tae, to-wit -.a: ;.i ; ... ..i ;
The south half of lot nnmber seven id Born A
Jennies1 addition to- tbe city ef Columbus, Ohio, as
er recorded nlaa thereof recorded in plat record
lo. 1. pace 115. beina the -same Dremises conveyed
to said Magdalene fcngel by Jinah Wiggins, by deed
dated M litth. A. l. lb6iaU,i ; -
Appraisea at W41.6S. . ...
Printer's fees 11 W.I - .
v. .; . - ttEOKOB H. EARHART. -I
.1 - Sherift and Master Commissioner.
Rt J. a. Bm.i UerjQtT- : , ..... i .
J..W. BaUaDWiH.Atl'y. ; mi oot24-dltwtd .
10W TO ECONOMISE:
- FOR ONE DOLLAR
Son Cast -Bur' Every Description of
DRY AHD FANCY GOQDS
SILVER-PLATED WARE. &c.
Erf D FORCIBCDLAR,GlVIKG FCI-la
nartienlart. or send ONE DOLI.AR and receive
ten checks desoribina ten different articles, whiob
we will sell for One Dollab bach, and as a Coa
mispion to the sender ohoioef. one article from
Exchange List, of over 800,-
For ' 13, 30 .clpcla : and 20 yds. SheetJDg,
For $5, 50 checks, and 30 yds Sheeting,
For $10, 1U0 checki and 65. yds.. ISheetiiig,
nr other artieles eonallr valuable. 7 ' ' 1
Should the articles named on the Checks not he
desired, a selection can. be made from our Ez-
chaxje List, whioh is greater than that of any
other bouse; and as our goods sire acKnowieugea to
be superior to any other concern, we know thatafter
patroniainr as once, you win cuutinue to uu so.
Male and female agents wanted everywhere,
DOA'T FAIL- XO SEND. FOB CIRCULAR. .,
'' rt AB0NTE' A BABBITT. r.
.. f , fa DUdDury ct soBion. jn.asa.,
9 nov9.w4t'-PB-r i , .', '.,"
Dra. Warner & Emminger.
RECARDIrTO- THE TEETH OF THE
first importance te health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially mvtte yee 4e-eaU- at ear pleasant Deo.
tal rooms. No. 1$ East lltoad street.
Yourintalligeooew.il disoriminaie oetween the
ignorant pretender and tbe properly qualified Dentist-
..-,'' 4 - - - -,'
, Artificial teeth made by n are worn with com
TV. and serve the puipotes ot speech, mastication
i oeauty. As Dentists we aim to be the oesf, and
.-' His'-ndl that's good. ' -'
Teeth extracted without pain - ' y7-wtftn -
Legal Notice.
ASA" CR0MER, ; "WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
thai Soussn Cromer did, on the M day of Novem
ber, 1868. file her petitioa in the office of the Clerk
of the Court ot Common Picas, within and for tbe
county of Franklin and State-of Ohio, charging
the said Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last past, and
anking that 'she may be divorced from aid Asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
nj. which petition will stand for hearing at the
next term of said Court.
Dated oven.ber 4th, 1868.
o ... . . ,80trSAl CROMER.
By W. A. Pubtlbbacoh; her Att'y. nov3-6w .
EmdlliehtjCream.
THIS llEUGHItllli ANpEI.EOAUT
- prepare ttou, introduced last winter, having
received ao-many flattering oommendatioca from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to "bring
it agaiirtsforB the publio, assuring them that it
staods unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
against the inclemency of the wioter season.. It
not only imparts to the akin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also oonduoes to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips,Jjr Bonghnes of the Skin,
ithasno canal,-while ite soothing qualities and
delightful fragrance render it a gf
are to the toilet, prepared only by JiARPLE 4
RITS0N. i-ispensing Chemist, 109 South High
(treet, Columbu. Ohio. , , nov4-deodAw4w
Coriyxv boihd school EXAini-
ilBRS' MBETINOS.-The Board of Sohool
7; r mnlrlin eonntr meet at the ProhatP
Court Room oa the last Friday and Saturday o
each month in the year. "Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of th spring; and tail toimthSi
anrlO-wtl-i--'-' '-JiJ .'.-.ii ft -J .U ;l.vA
orl rt grn)ir.l
lijiihi 4aa3on jon .,!, ii ; nit) il . n l
I ;ir.is'. a ti ji jrn u-yj u-' -n )t ( i i -st
wVkYENnuRE;;!
'. y 'ji'iio -iJ i't
Ti-.i'flo J.t
1 1.1 l!.'.".TI!
AnLIVING-DEilTII!
lt. ... . I ml' turn lib iiim-ivil m s !
V-'i nvo '-Ki:i4i!.Vt !::. Tt-.q..-: I
'.1 II .;li.i:i.ftl..:J :.l.lf5t,a ei S JKlil
.'(U i.'JOi-il lifl VJIil -5a-.;oi7
.-ii noi Tt v:' n -,-i,IJ. i 'i on
di' t j () n( : .".'VB '! .. i ;l'l
i!':ii.i -.'-i; o-. ,-,iiTtii: s '. :s !:!,n
li'iw 1;., i:j il.a.Ml -I f-l I ' i; ' '..l'l:
' -1 .? f.!(.'r.y Uitt, K Ij ' -i I.'. ':)
iTlie coAfirmeof dyspeptic may a.motsay with St.
Peter, "1 die daily." Taeobiect of this article is
not to remind him of , LJ ; his pangs, but to show
him how tpbanlsh them. M forerei. le : reeans
ua iu.ui.ui.wi nana, yuiialKUCIil XOilOL aiQ jprOUOrew
UliU all
i: o; :- ,. .'.-! I.'..-.. ' -.-V; ? .-..-
iiOOFLAND'S :
!l !'
.t 1;
! I1
GERMAN ; BITTERS !
And It is for him to sav whether he will nuillnna
to enuare a nvinr aeatn.or to tint mmfieir in
sition to render life enjoyable. ; i -
LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable atom
aah'e are to be found in erery city and town in th
united states Dealtny men and women, resenei
f-om-torture: by its f use, and eaaer to bear
teStimoaV to its -Fir- Vf ..tni. T. AUTnvw frAn.
any otber Bitters in existenoe, m this, special par
L1UUI.I II. IB DUl. b OUHII IC.
For such confutations and systems as require for
imujuitKwsuuas uiuu5ive sumuiant.
O'f
HOOFLAND'3
;'J.
GERMAN TONIC !
a: .' . - v .1 f' . "a !'
Has been provided a nreoaration la which the .!.
id extracts of the finest restorntires of the ve.reti.
ble kinadem are held in aolation br a snirifciinnffi
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. The
patient, in cnoosmg between these two great anti
dotes, should be guidel by his own condition. If ir
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
bis selection but in eases where the emergency is
not so pressing, tne Bitters is tne specials required
Thousands find infill- ite benefit, fn.in tab.
ing each in turn. . There is no phase of
inaiaesiiion. DiiiounieeB. rpn miui aimim r nhni
cal prostration te wbioh they are not adapted, and
u .uivu,oiki ui vuuiumau, uie j wui no, euect
cute, ,'tji. .:. .'.in
in' ..'...f. . .-.-ii-t t ir -
Exchange Pain for Ease
And WMknui for 8trnrth. Oat rid of Ti iU
meoti wtiich interfere with enjoyment; cut gloom
ar.a aHDoaaflDCT z-a liib winn- titttm m. itrniiffnr hn m
NEW MAN-
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of ail vegetable invigorants and cor
rectives ., .,
H0OF1ATO GERMAS T BITTERS.
BIliftDflDetfla. IntitrfltiAa. Atmnm.! DtuKiHtw nA
lithe coraplainU whioh proceed fiom tv-watU of
prvpfsr svcbiuu id ido iiver, mo flLomacB ana tae
wweiB. mrvorsaioaioa oj m coarse ox mis crenc -
CONSTITUTJONAL : SPECIRC,
s ........ ".. .
Whioh net enl V combats and aonenen dtaaaMs ilikt
bare, eatresched tbemselve ii the system, bat
is the best known safes u&rd against all unhealthy
inflaencefl. Persons whose ocennatinnfl ahrl -nnrL.
suite sabjeet them to the depressing effects of a
oiase, nnwholesooe atmosphere, should take rt-reg-
other disorders which malaria engenders.
uianj a." m uFutvo.iuD aKaiuei. lue low- levera Ma
lava-
Ilia. TT UU .1 U
'"''" WASTING AWAY. ' 7
:T' .'.- l-ii, ;.. ... . ... 1.1... -,,; .J.lyii tin
Witnunt aa aveeiar ecHBStaint! exseoe avradnal
deolinatioa of bodily strenrth and nervous enervr.
will find in the BlT- p TERS .a fountain of
mauiy ana rigor, as TeiresniDg and exll
erating as a pool in the desert to the sand-anornhad
aeia lamting travelers, -i... vi- ..-.u-
. HO bFIaAND'S i
GERP.1AN BITTERS
iat'eottTDOsed of fhe onn InlceS Cot. as'-thnrara-nia.
dioinaliy termed. Extracts), of Roots, Herbs end
Barks, making a preparation .highly ooneentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic, admixture of any
kindj ..-. -i s
rr -I.'IM-"" ' - - :'-. - ' ' i -,1 i -i 1
: v HOOFLAND'S .
GERMAN TONIC
s a combination of all the int-redienta- of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of .Santa Cms Rum.
Orange, etc, making one ot the most pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever offered to tbe publio
- These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Uys-,. I pepsia. Chronic or
Nervous Debility. aW 5 Chronic Diseases of
tbe Kidneys, and all diseases aria.ng irom ai4isor
dered Liver or stomach. , ., .
. - -.- - soen ' r .
I--I-. 'irfr . ; as Con-ti- ' '.! -,fi -o,
.!-: I.--U .-V,-?1' Inward ,
P le. r u - of '
Bifid .f a rrlw. He .1. .
. Acid ly if .1 e Skw ai-h. ,
- au.ea. Herriiirn. . Di-riut "
for Fuud, Vat aos'.-r W-aieiit n ihe'at .'
Stomaciv riour . ruciAtiunii, S.nKins
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Sartmniina of the Hed. Hur.icid and iifrtealfc
Breathing, Flutteriug at the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness oi vision. Hots or webs belnre tbe
- Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, '
!i, Lefieiency of Perspiration. Yellownesa - -
. ,.oi tne oKin ana Jdyes, rain in the
' Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, etc. '
' Sudden Flushes of Heat, "
Burning in tbe Flesh. ...
Constant Imagin
ings nf Evil, and
, - "i fin Ureat Deprea--) " i
, , . i.... ioa of , . ,. . - ,
... -.iii.... i . . 8piritl! '
lie .0 I. Thevare the Oreatest and Best. :
)..,
ULOOD f FURIFISBS
- !n Mci yii. '- !' u: .. r.-'v-tit
.- ,' v-- -t.
Ever known, and will oure all diseases resulting
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in order. Keep your disestive
organ in a sound, pA healthy oondition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
assaUyou.; ...... .. ., t. . .,,..
Weak -and Delicate Children
.i r 'r': '": u 1.'- ij I. i',!1 :Vi...'. .(.
Are made strong by the ase of either of these rem
edies. They will oure every case of MARASMUS
without fail.
lbousands cf
certificates have aaoumulated in
the hands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and ofsuoh standing that
mey uuBb do. ooiieTeg,.
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
.- ...'1I"'I-. .lt Vmil S--.-. -;;). Y Ja-,1
- V oFPEMSLTAlvIA J
?::-l T-i'-ii u a:.. il i. i:; . - .-; . i, :i: - I
: . SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES. r
.'.'-i'.t.i :-i : i .i-.n--.il.. ..i . . u ..- i
Who would ask tor ore dignified or stronger tes
tis i i-,T-j, . umonyi ., .. . ., ,, ,,j
HON, C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme' Conrt of Pennayl
vania, writss :
PhiIiAOIUHIA, March 16, 18S7.
1 find "Hooflaiid's German Bitters" is a aood ton
ic, aaeful in diseases R of - the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- I efit in cases pf debil
ity and want of nervous action in tne sys'em.
Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD
HON. JAMES
THOMPSON,
Jndge of the Sopreme Conrt of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 28, 1866.
, J consider ? Hoofland'n German Bitters a valua
ble medioine in eases of attacks of Indigestion or
D.tspepaia- I can certify this from my experience
of iu .- Yours, with respect.
JAMi.S XHUMPSUJi.
ROSS SNOWDEN
HON. J AS.
Prothonotary of the Snpreme Conrt of Pennsylva
nia, writes: ""-'
-i'j, ?i ni.. ;; ;I'Hll.ADLPHIA,Bept. 14,1867,
"Hoofland's Oermah Bitten" is a ver useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. Itisnotanin
toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
parsons of allege. Ke pect folly yours,
person. i sun . jjy SiNOWDEN.,.
'-'; . OATTTIOKT,
- Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature f ot C. M. JACKSON
is on tbe wrapper of U each bottle.- All oth
ers are counterfeit. '
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medicine Store. So. 631 ARCH STREET, Phila
delphiPaj : . ;., , ..... , ;,
CHARLES Ms EFANS, Proprietor.
' y Formerly C. M. JACKS01T CO.
" ' FBXOES. ' ' ; '
Hoofland's German Bitters. per bottle.... .,..ftl 00
Hoofland's Oerman Bitters, half dozen.. .. 6 00
Hoofland's German Tonic, put np in qt. bottle 1 60
per bottle, or a half dosen for $7 50.
"Do not forget to examine well the article yon buy
n order to get the genuine. -
. min t 7"
SALE BY
FOB
ALL
DBUGGIST8
l-'",iA Timliira In Medicines everywhere.1"
jjK-dwAs geowly
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THE LAHftEtrr AND MOST COM
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IN. CENTRAL OHIO.
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No 3(5, 38 & . 40 North Bigh St,
j COLUMBUS, . OHIO"
Th attention " " the Business Publio called to
- r i .the superior facilities of this Establishment.
- a We have in constant use -i
Deveri : Steam .; Power Presses
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BEST ! AND LATEST KINDS
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ho :, i "i .., .-.-I : i ,j - I.. i- ..j
And our ability tq gat out work promptly i . ;
. surpassed the West.: We have lately '
vi .- - i mad addition to our alreadr .. ..
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PRINTING TYPES,
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And we feel eonfident to satisfy all who may give
;i"ms call. ' Oar large font of typ enable u
o : todeaU kinds of 1
-. ill silt V-l ll:1il VilU Jt ;. 1::uif; !a
riti! -':ili-t! Ar. r It!ob (if. t i.'l'l i.J fi..-i
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a the last- prolapt and escellant in inner.' and wc
call the attention ef these wanting anything
vfr: -)tm: in tl ine so the .i.jf,.,,'! , 'X
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ELEGANT SPECIMKN8
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JOE PRIKTINO!
l-i 1 ! j ;i!li i':jii! ;.
Th reputation of this Honse for fine Job Printing
; is well known to the business feommnnity.
'' ' Employing, as we do, none but the 1 '
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V"'"t '. ! '" T i .1-1 :'-'J .i:l-rv I t
Best of 'Wbrmenli
. .rAnd having a fall aaoxtnat of th CX
LATT.aiittCHOICESt
wf (fi- -i:i l
STYLES OF , TYPE,
. : .
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. -
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. ii Ui) U-i viAJ K.IHUS OF , ' ,
Mercantile, ' . : : C
- ; Railroad, '
Bank and
. Commercial
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Prlntlno
I!!tV. !.5,t?-t-.-i " BUCHA8 : J r ::'..
--:. 7 i 11-iS i: .,?:i,.L ' -"A .1 f.(.i ij-ji-,
Bill Heads; ' ..- :-Cards,
Circulars',! ; " Letter Beads,
Blanks of aii kinds, Checks,
Brafts, , ; &c, &e.
'-.-: : (1HFACT.
EVERY KIND OF JOB PRIKTIiVG
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:: i.' Kaeded by the business public ' i - it i
It. '"il ' --. '" ::''."-.-!. :
r We alio keep on band s larger stock of "
PAPERS OF UL KINDS
Than any other Panting House in the city such as
Super Royal, . ; Ulealiaiiii.
Demy,
Cap,
Crown Cap,
.Letter and 1
3a"o-to Papers
-. - ' . .i-':t ' i r,l..' ,. I:-.
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as w
- do, directly from th manufacturer, we are .
- enabled to do our work at correspond-' -
ingly low rate. W are Sol'
''-Agentiforthe-' a';"t-;
:: . ' . ji Hi' . -: -1 t -1 . J ' . - . In v .'i .. -i
;., CELEBRATED PAPEES . OT .V . ;
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PLjAlTNCB & PO BTEH
.liv u.' '. . ,t - ii ; ; -'' ' .
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iBLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
'- aDanufaotured ny ns. We are prepared to
fill all orders for ' - . -
. 'fl .fi!.i 1-S . ...... .-;;.
XjaeSre - ,
' " ' ' Toum 11,1 a. : ' ' ;! ''
' , OA4BX3. BOOlK.
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 cha lenge competition in
this line. ' - ' '
(SUVE DB A CALL.
1 I.-.-
NEVINS & MYERS,-
-;:!.i!l . -':':- . : t :'...'' "I !.;:drl
It, S9 ct 40 Nortltrilleli Street,
.lj -.1-11. 1.1 .III.-'. . .1. . ilil.lJ.
t.i tr.t:'. Ui-.- . -I ' - .'! vtf i. - ..
-,ri;.n 'i"Q0LITMBUB '
TUii iio ?'6Tt!'" i.. i'. i . L;.: :;-'!.
I -n - vlfifj..") nf!i-!'!-i -i IT
"'THE "SUCCESS"1'
Of onr ONE DOLLAR SALE has caused, gucb
; C.-I.-.V1 .1 : -:'. ,J iliill la .y.l.Jl a I
,,nTa.;r-AV.: CJOIkXPIL.ETE' '"
I . :.ooi( Ima .41 Ji HO .HH
iiutun.-i io
.'Wit HIT ! a-..:, ...... I -it -
That in order to supply the demand occasioned by'
ouneolistantly iocrraiing 'patroaaae. we Jme ro
ot) ntly made imp.irtati.us ior the iail. Trade, direct
from European Alan faotnrera. u.
Amonntihg W. Nearly. $500,000,
So that we are prepared in sell every description
of Dry and fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware. Cut
lery.Watohes. Album-, Jewelrj . Ao . of. better o.ual-i
itj than any ether concern in tue country for tbe'
uniform prioeof OiNE DOLLAR FOU K ACH ARTICLE-
Tbe best ef Bunion and New York reter
noee given to tbe reliab lity of apun hTise, and
that our business is eoaducted in tlj fairest and
Btoetr legitimate manner possible, aod that,, we
give greater value for the jnoney than can be ob
tained in any other way, All Goods damaged or
broken in transportation replaced Without charge.
Checks describing articlesFold sent to agent in
Clubs at rates mentioned- below.' We guarantee
every article to cost l:-s thin if bought at any Bos
ton or New York Wholesale House.
Our Commissions' to' Agents
Kxcced those of everr other establishtnentof the
ki m), proof of this can be found in comparing pur
premiums with tboee'of others for Clubs of the
same sise. in addition 4 whioh we claim to-give
better goods of the same character- , V will send
to Acents freeof chsrse.- - -: -.-i :- , -
Fok a Club op 30 and Three Dollars 1 do,
good linen Sbirt Fronts: 1 set Solid Oold Studi;
all Wool Cassimer for Pants: fine White Counter
pane, large size: 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 20 yards
brown or bleached Sheeting, good' quality, ysrd
wide; 1 elegant 100 Picture Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 nouble lens Stereoscope and 12 Foreign
V lews; 4 silver plated eneraved A bottle 4.astort I
elegant Silk tan, with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing e. nife and Fork, very best; quality, ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: SO yards good Print; 1 rery fine Damask Table
Cover: 1 pair bent quality Ladies' Srrge C'-ngress
Boots; 1 dosen fine Linen T.iwels; H dosen Rogers'
best Silver Dessert Forks: 1 Ladies' larse real Mo
rocco Traveling Bar: 1 fancy Dress Pattern, X
doxen elegant Silrerplated engraved Napkin Rings,
1 dosen Ladies' fine Meiino or Cotton. Stockings:
Gents' heavy chased sc. lid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' high cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Press Pattern; 1 Violin and Baw, in box complete;
set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
; For a Clttb of Sohd- Five. Dollars 4 black
or colored Alpacca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 rxir all Wool Blankets, Engraved Silver
plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 soHd Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
floe Cassimere. for Pan:ts and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
eleeant Satin Paras l, heavily boa. led and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents Calf Boo s; 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleached tSheetii g,
fard wide or 40 yards X yards wide. frood quality; 1
.adies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag-,1 square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain Norwich Poplin Dress Pat
tern, 1M yards double width' cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant' engraved silver plated Tea Pot; 3
yards double width water proof eloth for Cloaking'
'Fob a Club of 100 and Tun Dollars ) riea
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam-
asK TaDie tjiotns and- isapkin to matob; 1 pair.
uencs-rrencn uall coots; 1 neavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher; very fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality : brown or
bleached Sheeting; 7)4 .yards fine Cassimere for
suit. 1 elegant Poplia Dres Pattern; 1 elegant
bnglisb Berage Dress fattern; 1 beautiful knglinb
Berare Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-ease
Watch: 1 Rartlett Hand Portable Sewinr Machine:
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, witti rec
ord and pbotograpn paces; 35 yards gocd Heap
Carpeting, r iod colors: 1 pair rood Marseille. Ouilti
I good 6 barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Mug end
Cape; 1 ainale barrel Snot Uun; 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor,' cut glass bot
tles; 1 ver; fine Violin and 3ow, in case; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs' increase in the sant
rAtia. ..'l ........ . . .' : - i . i
. AW Send Money by Registered Letter. . -- ... ..
' Jew" Vend for our new Fall Circular. '4
.-r Catalogue of Goods seat to any address pbbb
.1,' i- - . - ; ! PARKEB A CO,.
:-. - Nos 98 and 100 Summer street, Boston,,. :
n jrepft-w 12r - '
or
I 'VI
OHIO SAW1 WORKS.
" ' Patent Ground 'Circular Saws, ""
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
H&HO AND KIP 8 AWB.
RatpAiBiN(T'CABrtLLT 'an Promptly Dok,
WOODUOKiH MePAKLlN,
n i ' Hamilton! Ohio, and
- iKwnra. j 238 I S40 West 7th sU,Cincinnati.O
warehouse, ra a 14 w est l street. Uiooinnati. o
OAJHA afv i-tciuc list. -, po spa-3m
ItElaClIt-K, JAMES tc CO.'S
Grat ;'jOne Dollar Sale.
theJ'most: Liberal, jCojjcern oe'-thb
n.. jut . . -: . .
nnll K m.ALlaEST akticlf. on otjk
A cbeoks can be exebansed at any time for a
splendid lsrgeConcertma. or a five-bottle revolving
silver-plated Castor, or taentv-four French Stere
neeoDio Views. We have on hand over half a mil
lion collars' worth of goods. Tbe largest and most
valuaniebtocK. 01 lainens, woolens, cottons, r Ian
nels. Dress Goods. Fancy Goods. Plated Ware. Cut
lery, Meerschaum Pipes. Ae.,-Ac., ot ANY DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prices. This never has been done be
fore, and is eausms a eomnlete panic arsons whole.
salers and retailers, wherever our goods aru sent
If yi u wish to buy goods ebcap. now is the time !
We are bound to sell! Ererytbins-sold at the uni
form rate of ONE DOLLAR. EACH. Those get
ting up clubs for other firms will do well to. stop
1 .1 a - 1 1 1 a-,- 1 7 , . .
wueiii lunj uro, 11111 dt-uu mr uur vairuuiai . vurm-
ducements are double those of any other concern.
.Agents, laook Herel
For a club of Thirty and t-3. we send one of the
follow ing artioles, fkee of charge:" 24 yards of
heavy brown or nieacned yard, wid-9 Sheeting; 1
Double Lens French Steroseope, with S4 rich for
eign views: lLsdies'real Morocco Traveline Bae:
'20 pairs Ladies' fine Merino Stockings: 1 genu ne
Meerschaum Pipe, amber mouthpiece, in snlendid
case; 1 Violin and Bow in box complete; Atl-Wool
Cassimere for pants: 1 pair Ladies extra quality
Cloth Boots. 1. dosen fine' Linen Towels; 1 Steel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced han
dle, very best quality; Gents' hesvy chased solid
Gold Ring; Elegant Delaine Press Pattern: 1 dozen
heavy silver p ated waits metal Dessert Forks; I
dozen Rogei Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 6 Engraved S. P. Napkin Ring; 1 rich
20-keved metal bound Concertina, retails for ftlO.
For a club of Fifty and $5, one of tbe following
anioles : i Web of heavy, brawn -or bleached yard
wide Sheeting: 1 black orcolo.ed Alpaoea Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets; Engraved silver
elated 6 bottle Kevolvinr Uastor: 1 set ivorv bal-
11.. dl tauiin. w iu 011T.1 yinicn . 11 aio lai t. ia. . i vai as.
1 1." : :.i. :i 1-.-.1 .-1 L- 1
1 pair uents uait ti.oots; 33 yarns good rrint; 4
yards double width Waterproof for Cloaking; 1
square WW Sbawl; X yards very fine Cassimere
lor pants ana vest; Beauuiui ropun jjras 1 attorn;
iw-ricture turxey morocco rnutesrapn aiduui.
Foraolubof One Hundred and 1 10. presents va
rying in value from $15 to $25. AUlub of Fire Hun
dred and 50. presents from S60 to SI00. Larser
oluhs inoreased in the same ratio Pieminnis tent
with goods-,. , ... .......
Circulars free to any address. Send all 'money
oy registered letter or money oraer. Address
m.f 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 . . .1 .-. . ..a. -1-1
, . uciavariit. ajasiiaia , - , '
"' '" 8 ucoesaors to A. S. Hardr A Co.. '
"749 Bromfield street. Boston. Mass.'.'
n.-n;.vit --' 1
i
MONEY'SAVI;D.
dill:
1 1
.t en
We are constantly puronasinr for eashin the New
York and Boston Markets, all Kinds of 1- 1
DRY ANDFANCY GOODS. SILKS, COTTO NS.
1 . 1 1 'I- . - 1 vn OOOL-C T17 a rf.11 . i T O ' C I.' TI-
nuuto a I- oiiujiu. 0 Aionivo. pun-
uiruivrc ..ITT f . K ibtrui-
il VJI lll.TI.'lll.lUI ', Vllllan'. X. 1.' Ili.il J . r
RflftllS liOM KSTll! ntiiinst
. : - - iaT -jCnS '"
Which we are actually selling at an aver. re price
of One Hollar for JBacb Article. Our
sales being strictly for casn, and our trade much
larger than that of any other similar concern, en.
ables us to give better bargains than can be obtain-
ea Ol au J ouuor uuuse. , , - . . , ...
THE LADIES
Are especially invited to give us a trial. ' ' ' ' : J
Send fob a Cibcclajb ana Excsanoe List.
Our club system of se Knr is as tollows:' For 49
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks deseriblnr
20 different articles to be sold for a dollar each: 40
tor 4: eo tor o; 100 tor io, ac. !ent by mail.
CbmmiBiicn larger than thote offered bit anv other
Arm, according to size ol elub.- Single fountain
and check, 10 cents. Male and female agents want
ed.. .enu iwoary in negriaterea t.eiiere.
Send ns a trial elub, and ou will seknowledg
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
house thereafter.
... JiAStiUAM KKNDAI.L. .
65 Hanover street, Boston, Mass. -T)B-l1n-wm-
." I'-- i-- 1 a . . ... .
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
r WILL SELL OR IXCHANGE FOR PROP-
I " I'RTV in .Via. ..I., a.f ' '..I I. . a" -.aui
acres of land near Ottawa, tbe oounty seat of Put
nam County. Ohio, and wilt par tbe difference, if
any, in cash. Toe land is situate at the corner of
oross roads, has bouse on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich land, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree ana a pice bunch
A good bargain will be given. . . .
-w. . . . n . vr . A It 1 1 iv r. no.'
- . - OffiAerwiomer of Hia-h and Krnaiil atnMia .
ImaiS-wU'. ., ..'.'. , . . .... . ,'
A99AUaTa " T. 1.11 a. ' tur aTft aCa ial S
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
Packet, by weekly lines, at reduced rate-. TAP
OTT BROS.: CO., 86 .-Bunth" street. New
rk, continue to rssne Passage Tiokets, available
Off tweira- niuuiiaiif, iruuj ajouuuu,-- Aaiverpoo1, ot
Quee nstown, and Drafts, payable oh demand, for
any amount, from -1 and upwards.'- i--i i-v-.i
,.- BAli-ByvlJi(aUlPi5oN k COiAtBtt. ii j
aiaVll-wly-Hl.T Banker-. Columbna
TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS
—AND—
—AND— Cincinnati Railroad.
to i-?Ax7B( Trainw: Dally, ' !
EXCEPT S,UJiDAY..-, ,fIol'rt-)
. f r0B Colnmbus, in connection with. Trajna. snhg
fall tie .niaiiai A. Columbas A Xenls
te ' Kallroads. 11 J- 1
"t
. SIGHT ' EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbe at 1:1
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. tiilead.
-uanoo, uresuine, noetoy. new ijouuon, rveinag-;
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
9:20 A. M., New York 7K A. M. This train leaves
-Sunday morning, not Monday ,.:,-.:. j ;
" NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus:
Wvt SMI A. M. j Will stop at all way stations. This '
train starts fro the Freight Yard. . t
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus t
fl:14 A.M. -M ill stop at Delaware Cacdingtoe.Gal ;
ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. ' -Arrives at Cleveland at idU
F.Ji .. New York next day at 3:48 P.M.-.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at
P. M. IWill atop at Werthixgton. Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Oraftnnand Berea. - Ar
riveat Cleveland at:5 P. M., New York 10i30 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at Sr05 P. M. Will
stop at at I stations between Cotum baa and Spring
field, amvins at Delaware at :lu P. M., SpringlMd
CiO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M., atrives at Delaware at :10 A. M.; Volnuibu
10S6A.M. ;:'. -.l.i S -j- ... .. "
Si.il.i-.si a.iMji ii i
i4 Jtultiiiitr'.
Patent SleepiaiB; Car an ran oa a '
-ulJIIeSht '1'raina tOitpbicSLo,
WBon. ,F .'
at f'-OHiSl
6J Oil" J Jji.'J u- i't
' )ar Baggn ge cheeked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to. Philadelphia and
New York.-vU. Crestline, -YfJu:.. -..n jJo.
! - - RETURNING . -. , ,.
Nisbt Express arrives at Columbus atVOOA. M.
Cincinnati Express arriveaat Columbu at IS -M
P- M a f .
" Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 9:10 P. ML
- Springfield Accommodation arrive at Columba.
at 1035 A. M.
Fare as Low si by anf Other Route.
'Jl Ask for Tickets via Crestline ot Cleveland. '
'f I . .:... 5 ?E. S: JLINT, ".-
-."in- ' Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio..
i .
i.in.. i o. james Patterson,
,.-..,,.. . Agent, Colamb g, Ohio.
Columbus, May 11. 1868.
,V ' NEAVYORKi"
REEVES' , AMBROSIA
i oKRhb';, baijb.
"-' Improved ! .:i sr.:
ft is an elegant Dressing for tie fiair.',"r
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
. 1 1 n b- V.
i.IS i.'.i
.i.'.f
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorate the Roots of the Hair. - : if
-( no
It force the Hair and Beard -to grow luxuriantly.'
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. 11 ' ' 1:
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color fromAg.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color. . n ,
It brings out Hair as heads that have been bald for
It Is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
-IU:..' ... -' :i 'I. il tt I .1 'i-,t ,il J, - vj
l.-i. r. , ,-hl8nbstanaes. ; ; ,
It ha received over gig thousand voluntary testi
monials ot its excellence, many "-wnien are from
..1 "-i1iiphyriciansinhiBh'stnding.' :i
It Is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown,
in the glass), br Druggists and Dealer in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. .Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells 4 Co-.-;'!
Schieffelin i, Co., New York. ' rscHXT-mch3T-dly '
-;i ii; . 1' L, i 1 .. . , il . u ..i,.
ill - 1
A' New; Article of Food
.j.a''1 ia
I..--.K
r Translation .tr.r ' ' - .t f.
It was M.-Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French
Gastronome; Who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more lor Society -than the
man who discovers a Planet." .The
" CACIO I M4CCAROM
or Ttafian prepared Cheese Maccaronl, is now of
feredia a aiost deHcious. wholesome and piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam-.
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in Beer S loons, Baror Sample Rooms.
It is eaten oh Bread. Bisonit or Toasts
lt is iuitablefnr Sandwiches tlnglese "ZHM'st
tine di pane condtntro." Kapoeiallr is it adapted
for those climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept i a sound oondition for any -length ef
time.
It may be nsed as a seasoning for Sonps.Tiash or
Stews and - armed -upon a stove., after :the ean
has been opened,' it makes, without further prep
paratioa, a Delicious Welsh Babisit.
. For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or rot.
ted Meats.
Th
fhe proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
lcarriKi. . -. i . .:!.
Send 85 for SAMPL3 dozen K lb Cans, and bich
1.T oiLDBDshowcnrd, securely packed, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal diseounta
msde to the trade. r ....
- Nk B. TbeCaciodi Macearbni is put np ia tin
boxes, and packed in eases of- two dozen at t& per.
case, net cash.
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,'
88 Liberty Street, New York, -"
TNT-sv pS9-deodfimos ' ' ''
PITTSBURGH.'
atforia Saleratlis
with you:
DRFAD IS THK STIFF OF
I.IFE--
rour most rmoortant article ot diet. The health
ot your tinuiiy largely aepesa upon it Being n
, LIGHT AND WHOLE SO M E.
2'! Would you have it sot 'Thsn use only "
NATRONA SALER AT US!
-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PfJRE.-a '
Whiter than snow: makes' Bread always light
white and beautiful.:: XoKea pound Borne -.
, to your wife to-night. She will be ,
-1 ' ' delighted with it.
.. tu-.-t jti ' '"
Bayer of Soda should try odr " '- ":' i n
BI-CARBOiAffl UF SODA.
W e guarantee it not only far sucenof to any other
American mase. eut ev.e purer iioau taw eve new
CasUeor Lngliati Boda.. t .,.
MANUFACTCBED BY. THE . ,
PENN'A SALT . MANUF'fi; CO.,
(,
)
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Tirr-angio-eodly-r V i--.-' i-...f
(N
WOM
c BOOTS . i SHOES.. -
,3in 1.- ".-.;. in. i" ,. i J. -- :
Ti Pt BErfBD,, 9,:. , ,, ;. . .. ... ,.; BOEIOBB.
C H EAP BOOTS 1 AN D - SHOES.
II !HlJ Jn 7-': 11 I 4 ". y.K'i'l
5!-;, i.:. .NEW- FJtJEtM. . 1o ..;
m a. KHCrARD IIATIO FORnED
le a partnership with- G. H0RIGER. for the
purpose ol carrying on tne Doot ana ouoe uaue at
I0. 183 SOUTH HIGH STRKET,
Would' respectfully invite ' their frfends and 'the
publMgecerarly teau aaa examine tne'rnoe aua
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and SboeJ. this day received di
rect I rom the East, and a hich tbey are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing depar.ment special attention is given te
CUSTOM MADE WORK.' '
Repairing of all kinds neatly and prorAptly done.
We would respectfully solioit a share of Publie
patronage.:: Please give us a call. -Ho treubls to
Rrmtrth.placeNo.l
r Columbus. O.. Sept. 13.1868.... , ... . dtf
"T"
GROCERS.
5TC0LJ, MILES ; & M'DOX.UDSi
! i NO. i & SOUTH HIGH STREET'
GMOOEItS, l-iI.
PKOPHIETOIt I COLCItlHUS POW
Hi.RMAGAZINE.and agents for the sale of
1 asard'Powder Companj , Powder. Agents for
, GABDNER, PH1PPS' 4 CO.'S ... . ,
ijelebrated Sugar . Cured Ilams
" ' " ' " 1 and dealers in ' ' " " ''
f'OREIGaS,' DOMESnC'-AND STAPLE
( . !i:i !. GROCERIES -r. . ,;. ! , I
.' i all tbeir varieties, . Imported .Wince, Brandies
1 igars. etc. . ,. , ' ' inll-eodly
?OSEPH '" H. GEIGrER
I-i ) ' TH. i"!"' .H -.:.'.:'- ..ill. , !ti-i
e Attorney . at ; lUayr, .
i VBHOira BUILDI1I8, . ..i :,l ri:U
analt-eodJaihs f C0B J0Wiito WGE$XSKa
—AND— Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAG
AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Sn2
v l
of i:: t
Thai Shortest 4 Komte Wnt ' Wo
. rClcjBBge of Cars 40 Cfaleaero, Pe
0 oria, tsntt IntJiunapolia.
' - .a:1 M
FOCB T11AIN8 DAILY leave .Onion JJqpot Co-
. , l . . lutoQatfoHoifa ,aJJ .J
A. M. TOtrDO EXPRESS Sundays
0.40 xcenedj Airivesat jtiilfurd sTO A.- M.;
Virbana 8:63 A. M.; Piqua 10:05 A. M ; Lima 111
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. M.ibiq
Passengers by this wain arrive at Toledo
petroita kears anead of aay otberrmt.
191 fl, -9- M. DAY EXPRE-'S.CSundayr'ex-l.LJ'
cepted.) Arrives at Urbane tM-t
Piqua tP. M.; Bradterd-J unction 3:16 P. M.;
Richmond -45 1P.M.5 Indianapolis 7:30 P. U.,.Lo
gansportSiao P, M.; Peona sa.5 A.!M.; Galesburg
81? A if-iJogtou. Iowa.. 116 A. M ( Loui
ville 130 1 A. M.; Terre Haute P. M.; Mattooa
l'M -As.U8 C? i0 F,ln- 9:" A.nM.t Al
ton 7:00 A. M.; Sr. laBBIs BJM) M Lafavetta
1 10 Pi M .? Sbrinrflele. Tlirii. &i a
ey 13:45 P M.; Keokuk 8:00 P MT '
rassenreis oy tnis tram reach Sc. IiOoiS thnext
mornings baa re ahead, and, f.r joints west
of St. Louis ONK TRAIN IN - ADV AN CB rf
ail AMUV1 1 UUlOo,
9 A ''''' OHIOAGO AND8T. LOtTIS IX
Ja4, V PRESS (Sunday excepted . Atrives at
flqua8:43P. M.; Lognsport K)5 A. 'M.; Chicago
SMS A. M.vThdismapoUs-SM A. M-t .Terr -Haute
5J5 A. M.: Evaosvilie64a.P, M.; Mattoon 838 A.
M.l Pana. 10.-05 A- M. Alton 1:40 P.. M - St. la..;.
3:45 f. M.; Lafayette 7rl5 a: M.j 'Sprrarfieid, Ills.
S.-05P. M.i Qniacv 7J0 P..M-i KeokukSASP.
Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nashville F.H ' Meml
phis :U A.S M.; Toled3Ba A M.ilotlit
HEW AILBJJLEGANT r:i('T
-t l ae pl n g-. iQar s,i
! RDM IS THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON -ST. LOUIS -ROUTE -TO MATTOON. II,lJ
k ..... ,317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE : ' 14
Arriving at SL Louts 10 Iionr ni mivHW
8 boura abeadof any. ether route. . va;rj..
19.AK A. M.NIGatiXPRESS.Dailytoin
At tr-1 diaoapoiiaa and,, Sundays exoepted. to
Chiosgo. Arrives at Logansport 835 A. M.; Peoria
fcK P M.lChioao 1 KK PM.rindianapoKs 7:1 Ai
M-i Terrs 1 Haut lopo A.M.; Evansville 10.00 P. M.
Mattoon 1:1 P. M - CHro 1:15 A. M.tPana :1 P.'
.- AJS.n Is'6?1?-'' 8t- ' 81 P. M.j Lafay
ette 330 P. M.: Louisville 4.30 P. ifashvifl
40 A.M.4 Mmphi.3:lP. Zil.!rVwi
Paisengen by this train- reach St.' Loui 4& and
Chicago boura ahead of any other
tonte.'1.-" a... i'. a-v.iial
Btateoont rsleeplngf Cara
t .. .RUN IN THIS TRAIN , "
,
FR01(,PITTSBURGH TO isdianIpoLis 1
' ' . '. WltHfJOT UBM&QB:' "ftnisst.
'W "Cail for Tickets rii Logansport or Richmond '
,1" Tiokeu for sale at Union and Piqua Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Gm-1 Ticket Ageni: "
vVi lo
' J. M. LUNT. General Huperinteeden I
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
71,6 9i!3 I)'icaI
, .I.J
RAILROAD.
nnX
"Oiti; r t;..i j-.-i-j 7 5 in t .Jrlirf
Tbiree Trains Taeave Colam'b'a ftrs
JBeaat), Staily (Sunday a tc. xeepted. i fw
-BtlO Av M. NIGHT EXPRESSY arrivin.
ZanesvUleat 4) A. M.; Bellaire at 8:lu-A. eryr
Baltimonj at ao A. M WtafcingtoB. City .fOi,
'U. Vf..J B 3 (Itt-V ri f.'-TQl ftsnrft JJ;w
: '-10 Aa M. LIGHTINO EXPRESS A rrjvina
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M : Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8.18 A. M.f Washington City- at
A.ALi,j si,; K-l- rJ 'ji-4 t qu jIjj t(tv
8:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanea
ville. at 4:45 P. M.: Bella4t-50 P. M.; Baltimore
M4:t5FvL( WMbingtoflCitiat.Pj.,
' 3-These trains are from TWO 'to EiGrIT "hotnt
in" advance ef all ether routes go Baltirjapr and.
WashingtbB.i.-. ill ,-finr.,ia. j.- oe-.:i !rl
. Close eonneotien made at Baltimore and .Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding ' through tickets to" Eastern,
oltios have the privilege of "'S ""-; 'fSl oi sit
" "'"'-'"- f--u
X ? "to taar
TifeitingWasMiifoii CltjrFweg
'1 - ..'. . :: :1-K - io ::'7r! jjpf
..''i-i f..t t:-i! c... n'tm Uit i;r!i!8OT-ifl 1
No Change of Cars at OnlcxRiveii
-J-oU-.t '-.'X .?-... ' ..lSiMV?..:iT
j.'.: .': J!-.! !$' v'...J-i !,i'n tti M J-:7j orI
Ask For TICKETS wla BEtjLAIBj
iT.ii. r. i r.r e-lw.U fcig.'-.-iy
i JNO Li WILSON. Vaster ef Traesporrattea.
L. M. JDOLE. General Ticket Agent, .... m
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen! Passenger Ast'.' 1
mayl8 . , . . .
RAILROAD. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS.
.n'-v. Ia .r I?-.-s i u. I an.vjs.l
On an ' after M0NDAYV May lltn 1SB8,' 'F0U '
- TRAINS DAILY will leave Oolniiibar 'i'"'
rOK CINCIlnTATI, I0UI8VILLX,' CAIRO j VSi
LOUIS, DAYTON, EICHM0ND, UTi'
1 '' DIANAPOLIS 4 CHICAOO ' ' 10
Withou f change of cars to tlAYTON' and "RICH'
- MOND, and only on change of car .te.JLN'-i .
pUVAOlls and CHICAGO.,,.-, iU y
1 .i Connections are reliable ai follow m! oi'l
.sn; ? : ; fXRST 1 TRAIN (Daily).'' tl tf
Leaves at' irSO A.' M. for Crcnnat.'Crc!ev!,
- Laneaster, Hillsboro and Chill ieotbe: stops at Log.)
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland. arriving as
Cineiniaati at 60 a- m. .i c: ,-... ;
.!? f-'ia .8rcouD TRACr.''' " "'
i: '"' ; 'v fDaily exoeptSnnaayJ:f '' " l-sS'
Leaves at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati. -Daytrat'
Richmond. Indianapolis and I'bicaso, and stops at
, West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selaja,
' Cedarville.Xema, Spring Valley', Corwin,Morrow.
, South Lebanon, Fosters. Loveland. Milferd, ar
riving at Cino'Onati at 1035 A. il., connecting
'with the Mail Boats. " '- '--.-.' . 3
Ii.- Oia 1 '-'Tfrrojr)"TBsjlO JvO
ft 'if
- fan, excepl Eund.'yg.7:'?i,0';i X i
Leave a 12:28 P. M for Cirroinnati. Dajvtoii anil
SprirgfielcU via Xenia. arriving ahJc.jaciimati.aJi
6:10 P. M.
' ' '
I ".".a FOURTH TRADiC?'1
tDailjr except Sundays.) " ,," ' '
Leave at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, barton aatf
- pringfie d via Lendon, stogvpingat AHen. West
Jefferson, London, South , Charleston- ZSalma,
Ceoarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, aad r
rivinat Ciiasiiuatiatioioyi , M, )0 (j,rMjla.,in
-,! Ol -t.l.lif a..r-j' i.....;.f. f.H. I'llrt
it a"" ' 't... ,..J7 .!.
Sleeping Cars on all Nlrbt Trala.
. , . , ,:..,. r.. a i-, .-...ftJ-ti J
n ?.i :.; HKNRY BKOOK" 8, Ticket Ageatw
JNO. W. DOHERTY, Agent, , ,
.. .
1 JOHlT iJintAND. "T ' ''J- "'- '" Vw
il r-tj-aPwriBtaEQew.ltHt
W.. Ji. y-AWl ; a ... I - ,- , . it , - a .
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
jt'i V'jl.U ft i I nt ill l HOT03a,I'I
. ,. PAN M AH OtaK nOUTE. j i j ,, t , j
' on' ana'sdterpJnne,th?iP8rr,iM W4h i.'
follower ':" .iTt-rlf...K .' io .: - .
Leave. . N. YEarnrMu. . Mail 7B.l I !..
Columbus..'...' .14)0 A. M.'-' r!5 P.-M. r. 11 -io A. M.
ewarkT,....,,,:25 A. M. , ISO P. M. (, U P.M.
tenhenville...9;0O A.M. 9.-40 P. M. 5:)5P. M.
Arrive at :.i .. A .1,11., k .
Pittsburgh , ...11.10 A. M,. 12:00 II. 7P.M.
Harrisb-irg.... P. M. Iio P. M. "JB-oo A: M.
PhUadelpbia.. 145 a. M. ' 4j5S P. M. r, 35 A. Mi
new xorg.... 5:tie A. M, 6-55 1". M. 11:50 A.M.
Bltiraore..;.. '6t45 A. M. CrloP. M. I llJtP. K.
Washingtou... 00 A. M.v, 3.50 P. M. . 46 P. Jd.
Boston 6:00 P. M.;- .'. ' 12.-00 P. M.
r. egant stare room steeping cars oa si aigaitrains.
On the Fast Line the celebrated "Silver Pala-in
day and night ears are run through-rom Columbas
to Philadelphia and New York without changer
49" Passengers by the 2.-00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New 1 ork at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered..
-n. r. HUULL,
i Genl Ticket Ag'ta SteabearillaL h. .
or -td nun u -: . n- w. i t. V.'
RD, Superintendert. Steubenville. O
, . aa.lfcta.
A H. B. BROOKS,' "
" .1 ..-' .
. Ticket Amnti t:nlnk... n
. v. 1 1 -T x. x. x 1x1.0, aaigcui. vuumons, V.
. 1 . . I . . u.'.-iruu a 1 . . 1 a. :
juneio-dly ju-'to i , t
1 In iKiil-.m
- WHOLESAIaE GROCERS. :
. i . ii i
W. B.BB00XAALBat.,B0D8TON. Vg.E,' ll it '
.-TT -a , , . , . .
j w.;...lBRQoii8,
. t .- . .. !. BEALEBg '
KEW OfclEAKS , 8U0AB8 '.AJ-ti'lioLASSiS
taiand sugars, tJoBee. Teas Spices, Tobacco
'L 'TJiaCrOjB' aa.a,i:ji!
QfebS-ly .-.,;! m:.rJ Jo T-lt- rij ! .v ..-i:

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