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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
f Showing tii arrival sad departure of trains at CcJ
ambus,. Ohio. ,0a and after Hisiu. liu M
W trVvM will ranks follows i -i 1 . .!";""t
. .-1
Clare taad. Celaaabaa tc Cln'U ft' tt-
I OA lot r. l'DiAT " '-'ifeMTW
X.Y.WaaOBW'rUpres.i 190 A.M." 11 A. Ml
w.V Axoreee.,v.,.,.U:,0 At M,1I:IS Pi .M.1
Mtuuapn ajtfo t-, jtt. a;iop.
ie:awre aoeoraaexatioB.-. sot r. a. lost
M. 1 Aooooamodation. ...... 540 A.. H, J6
This, train, leaves S unday morn i og wot Moods f .
, . r " JAMiS pATTEftSON- Ageet.
JThlfMiuJ..v;.:t...V.'i M7 A. .v H& A. M
ClaeianstitAoa mnadKUa.SMt A. JW.i. 8: P.H
Express V12S5 P,M.,.ll:0OA..Mj
rees..r...,..t....,...?5J5;15 P. M.u Ii5 P. Mi
0M 't LiJKfl. awi .lOHSftTY. Agent.
ItAlUnH Sfe kr HHrM4, Central
Ohio AMwialen. .ii:ttj
Irt ft..h 1aJM iBAva.!:f'ArranrB.
ln1it KXOTM1...T... 4:10 A. M. 1125 P. M.!
Lightning Express- .11:10 A. M. 4:45 P, M;
Btxpreoe iilW0ii a P. M. -fldf A.lM.
.-i ni tiU'I .mt A. IX Smito, AjiWit;' f
sjagtnaaaaisi, 8Jf8syge ladlau C'en-i
tral ttellwart 1.' --i .".r'j
f,fexp.?.!;B:0?i!1i:.i:ABIlTM:
Aeeomo4ation...'.U...V. 6:4 A.M.. ' ldo P, M.
Wmim s.xpraa.i. . .-J. 40 P. -MT 'iOO P. M.
Day Express HtlO P. M Ua A. M
s i GA.. iillA- A2Dt.
alT iMMsf 114; WSrlllMi H.
; ,Timw,leTJwrandni'Wrms fellows ion '
Frrttht......... ...... 6oo AJ. 9-35 P.M.,
Mai) and express. 10.30 A.M. .S6 P.M.:
Mansfield Lxpreea ....... 1.46 P.M." 9.4 A.M.'
fcf rrt-it tuliem A. 9l.Uwma.AMMA- ;
s?Aara;hr,iniaaaU 4k fttv: Lala
feaAti-aw., .... , -.y,
, r , .... LXAVB. , .ARRIVB,. !
JrTME4r.l" 0D A: M." '11:16 P. M. !
IJghtning Express.. ..Ua.llriO A- M. i ; MM P." i. ,
lUUaodjipnH.u.:15i (11:56 A.M.
VnnUoo Aooommodatioa A. M. . . 60 P.. 11.
- Ke York KxprwiTrundajlj. All other trains '
ran daily, exospC 8anda;. .-....!
Oeaaisoa AaoomoKKiatioji . rtartL from' trdht'
JWt 3a anr --.i-i 1-- -itri.-r" 'jit ;
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
abbitu. . , sl08k8. ,
a.P,ii,'.'a..m, ,w,
1 TtiTonith Mailt. ".
' 'Hlaabcnrilla- - And
Pittsburgh
Eastern Way ataila, UMm
UU30t BJ 00 '. V-J0
sK li. It. . . . . .
f va au w do w asb a h aw, . . . . - ,
U.V.0.-taiW .ii:10il .V..T M
Cbieaco.TiaC. P. 41. U. ..j.iin ;i r.t'.- I
Little Miami VL.VL Thro' l , , i?Xi& V
Little" MiamrRilt,;Wa. I i l'ji, 1L
V. O. K. Jlj.K.wark.,
- i ! '
fasesTille & Wbmudk.
O. Wari:......;
C- i. A 1.. Tbronio and
rWy .i......; ;
Cirolerillo. CbJiliooUaa A ...
r Portsraovtb. v..-.;. "
aneastar. Ohio ...
,H -30 .. 1KXI.
'MJ0- T '
J 30
1 isa
140
.... :00'
Hao'1.!::;.!,
at-Vt u. Natioaal Boad.
St.Varaoa War. Waster-
p . . . "
- vtlla. Acl
If nrt.h Colnmhns and CHb
tosrllle.J... ..J...... " 1JQ !;U
U 10
.. 145
nasBTnfVoi)t.ai.Mianar-,4 I'nfi rl. 4'
ijt lnfi
11 M.. .
rriYe.Mondeys Wed
1 Basdays. A Friday and
jftmn Taesdaya. Them-
dara and Saturdars...
Centra Village. (tri-week-
ly,) Tuesdays, Tbaradays
3.ai raturaas-w. i.j .. '-.''' i
Urnca bocas. Office opens at TX e'elock A. M..
and closes at 7H P.M. Saadays.opeas at8,Af M.j
and closes at OX A.M. . i - i . 1
- at IK P. M. ' . . !
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Live Stock Market—November
16.
BEE7 RATTLE tfltal receipts
the,vteek were o,G50 head, of whicU 3 272
3rere 'on iale to-day at 'alTT the market
'tWce8.';:,locluded In' thfl Weed's; receipt
were .673. from Ohtd,; 280 .from JUlnoK'
from ' ICsntilbJc, 870 fromNeW . Jerk;
and Connccttcat, 463 from Indiana, aqU
711 .frorxr Tpitas and Cherokee. ; ; !
-f:'The' jajariet ls qnlcker and falrljr active,!
jfl'dsfiijT Kroti, with all gold. , The quality!
4s-in14e-eome prime Illinois, many routh
Texas and loo many state "jfrassnoppers.
(Posrv -Jkk..Mi...r.ii.a.j.iiw HO' Siao I
Averace, V.. ; .WXo.'no ;
TbU 18 lust A8hade:bttr 'There is too
much poultry, and the. weather ia too warm
lor n.uoJlsyo4reiDent.' oveiwt i
HKLcipan old:J39rOhlo. fair, & wt, at
14c; Alexander & CasgeH. 250 Texas, poor.
f cwt.at, 30 Xlr; ,T... Alexander. 185
Uvnoio. jfood, ? cwl.,14l5 -; Also 93 Ohio,:
WlnecwL at 1416e; T. Cob Iter. 60 Ohio,'
S&cvi, At. lQlSc; Tweedy. 63 Texas,;
'6 cwf, at Mc&Viictom.viaO lllkiola,
.opdr7 wt,.t J4ai6i; S-iBrova jsar;
yenhey4ani,-flwfvtiO12i5J n ,s
. , SEty-The week's! rtceipta-irf re
'850, 'and the market was slow, f To-day
)xe oa sle., Tha.htte advance is lost.'
: vemrootr $6 pr:me betp sell at 4Gc and
lambat B4(a7c .lcar Olilo. i-beeo 90
ihr.AoIiMt Wit 1 car do. fine,. 90 lbs. at6. ;'
.1 par .Canada, l00 loo. at 3c; 1 car- State, '
poor 70 lb$ at 4K-.; 1 car ritate, S6 lb, at
'& i, lar Canad lambs,. 63 Itvt 7c; 1 car,
tata do, 62 lus. at tic; 1 car Canxda, tine,
751bs. at 75fo 1 cf !
HCKJS The total receipts lor the. week,
were 23 195, and taday, 193 cars, but the;
latter mostly came iii Jaie, .after the morn
Insr sales were oyer, and they are expected
to b lower to-morrowv n I
1 .jfhe market Is dull and JRoflE Common1
ITa good sell at 8p,"and prime at 99o4
? car Ohl 202 Ids, sold at 8e ; 1 ear OmoJ
"no IDS, at uc, i car xinnois, iua ius, oo.
JMaot werer left uusold,, aud the market
' closes weak
Tne fallowing are jcne curren jrnces f
iTiiiil' k : ,.',".'.,",4 ;.j.vieiitexl
Prime. :.f.'.,:.J.vC7?Iv.,.V.,.,...18 18u .
Cincinnati Tobacco Market.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer's Review for the
week ending Nov. 16, 1868.]
' TOBACCO The reoelpta -of leaf afa
- quite light, and the amount on the breaks
hasbeeil small. . Tbers is a moderate oe-(
mand:'and lull prices are obtained. . In
TtiHrrtiiactBred there is not' much doing. i
week ending Nov. 16, 1868.] OWEN AND MASON COUNTY.
' Trash. ,...w.. .....,f..R.,.,..;.. T
OommoB-to good lns per - 8 al4
Medium leat..v.-..-;..-.-i'iVJ.'...-i.M 10
Good Leaf........ .i..s.w-p- Ji0'
Fine ............... l 'ejv26o
beleeUoBi bright and sweets. -.......2S ao
week ending Nov. 16, 1868.] OWEN AND MASON COUNTY. VIRGINIA.
tTommorj to rood logs B sis
Medium leaf. .'..........,;..... 8- & lie
Pine leaf..'...-.vv..4U....;7-..'...lg 6Jlle
Beieotions. brirht-,' --.. V-rf-rM a3Se
OHIO SEED LEAF.
rulers, per lb , 5
Medtamuappera...,rM..r.vv-.2:'''!
Fine Vrappers... ........... : ,. M 18
BAeUHa.L-u.i.....ii.-i...i..;..i.S0'4e
OHIO SEED LEAF. MANUFACTURED.
Pix-twist 30-iOWSo
Tens, qnt rtars and nandark iweeU. M ejusso
Albany Live Stock Market—Nov. 16.
BEEF CATTLE The- market opened
with coneldeFibla aoBtk,"-and prices
advanced c.)riiect:ipU thus far about
1,50ft fceadsstoort. of, last week's receipts.
There were sales to-day. Of 1,400 head at
5BJcp lhr the beat xr Kentucky
KSiiMl UMO. Steer eold at'7f'8 per lb
for fafr tc( prime IlHuotritid iqdiana. 'And
" BQjor eomtnOQ to fair State and Uichlj
i'BEEP?AltDMB9.--sare:'li
3
r large, dorylv And neglected at ioc u
Albany Live Stock Market—Nov. 16. Boston Wool Market.
[From the Advertiser, Nov. 13.]
- week have been
.alASrAgaiat 1.B73 hales for the correspon-)
dine wwkvot last year, and the sales Jorj
the weeltoot ht 503.000 lbs., ,, ,,
The aiae4all and unsatisfactory eondH
tlon which has ruled in the wool market!
for several syek6ontTrrpewltlhout abated
ment, and the transactions are even liifhter
than those of last, wek.' Medium and X.
(Trades of wool have, been bat little soujibc
-or. And prices are iower with-' tendency!
- liawvwud Floe wools, although not muchj
imiuired for, are more' firmly held" tha
"'medlunj grade, as dealers believe that the
ilia
.111
iwaunlltODIi WUtail Ml sb IUI
.Zlio.. Pulhsd wools ttrer -euite' firm, a
vf hothextra knd so perls sma
.jCowbinjt ooBtinues gcaece.awli prices show!
ho material decline. -There have been hull
tfewtarge, buyers In thtftaiafkefc and thelrj
-offers have been belo the. views of holdj
, While the monev, market continuea
! - - ....
"well s other mefchahdiseUjlkely. t( cooH
tlhh quiet, OUS ne present wck in tuau-
' niAjCVVaXeTW UAUU s iuuoi w owu i u.
that point where they will be cqtapelled
TfiircBasS fresh supplies.
TnclndedlDthef ales tortbe week are :
FLEECE Wigtertf-iftOOO'lbs X Mlchl
-rrirS3.i rvniiM.-x- iOhlo; 60c:J 17,00 l6i
-a!:!!-iAa fcafa ec,'4550ed
K 7nO?b No.l and X, 48M 25,000 IBS' Wis-
i llltZxrmlScr OOOJba JoX illolirgan.
6oTTnVicttreo,bJw
faai-: i.wnj ma rjo, ' BOr, ; 11,000 lbs do, 75cl
SOOOlbsdo,' 77cr 9;000 Ibi, T5C .OOO'lbs,
fOp; .000 Ibsi 70 20000 lbT 753 i 1,900) lhs,
tub, 65"; 2.000 lbs tub, 0r; 3 000 lbs scooredj
79nji4awsshedV-4,00'lbsV aicserOOO'-lbl
Qhlo33Ca naT.U
Philadelphia Live Stock Market.
Nov. 16.
s "BEEF CATTLE Are very nil v pricei
krp Unchanged, with salc of, 2,30tT head a(
Sfgdo for extra Penhsyhanla and Western
ste; 67 for lat to" jiood'do; and
at fioV per pound, jfrogs, for comnioii. . j
SHEEP-Are In fair 'demand at an ad-i
yance; iiales, 2,000 head, at 47c; ernss.: i
"TlOliS Th" Tnnrkpf. la ,t,,l,o. aiJ
a.OOQ hca'd' at $12 O0ai27o,,!Tjet,' the' latter
MEDICAL.
1-1 Jf
The sjrea XelielBM Mr th Skin.
rCMrtlhMt nut, my'klaSiar u- .
tjJI slrhUj trapMea of tke flseev ':.:! n
iO .:-.Sr Itrhisia rrtlallnar, or . ,
i'.'M: ill i:,.Uetreaalns ssttmeona
-rJ.T i" "J ""wi"J WW mn, ' writes !
t-hiirkw Bf. NoWe. OeiierRl Agent of Mich. Central '
14. K.. 173 Uron,tr. N.l. ,li ' u .i , '.'i! .11
.""V fl" "hil reiffB for Trtler. tie."
write ((iglcy, Bros, prusgistH, airflpld, lowa.
J" I'fftn Irud wr'aHM rrmeiti fitr tiarber't
tch nJk ffrcnj ce, riu-s O. W. l)umout, or
,oniuitr( Jlass. -
(tend ftfr ctrcnlar.' Price, is tts. and SI.C0. ' 1 ...
ru soi,px palmer,
, ., . '."v . .11 iicytviui-iuuau, v.
,ror saio Dy wrngswis geuerally. '.
i.pMicodJyriy .. , ' !;;
A-osrosTiroT' inline -. r
'iTor''. Dysrpsiai Fever and "Ague,' Ac l
' dity of the Stomach, Loss of. Appetite,
aKausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, .and .all
diseases arising from a disordered state
jpf thj StomacliJJy6r or. Intestines,
"Prepared ' by " Sswaad . St. Bsittut,
. Druggists, Buffalo, N..: Y.. Sold by all
drUggUta,;;i;; 1JS j 1' :,; V, . - t,
8. b. iSAMDEL A CoTTWhoIesale Agents.
BB-ap4JenpAwly i'i J'''
y HHIL')SOl HV OK MAhKlAGK. A New
Coi'Rsk or Lectithis. as delirered at the hvm
Tork Museum of Anatomy, tn bracing tne sue
(cU: . Ho to lire and what to live for; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed: Tbe-eaupe of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically onsiderad, Ao.. i
docket volumes containing these lcotnres will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeoiptof
fonr stamps, by addressing 8SCHETARY, kw
Yosx wpgirit op Anatomt aki Hcibnos. 6hi
HROtDWsr Dfv Yui VNV-febS8-dlv
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. l:yL;mB
' IMPORTERS AMD DEALKkS fit I.. , 1,1
W, A T G H E S ,
!.'!m1 1
JCWELBT,
tni T - - 1 i if .'-..) j
,iS"l'T " SltVElt kaid'.'iK r-f 'hi-i :
i ifii :.: mir PLATED WAKE,
kT ,.-. ..u,.'i-f- rf-H- 11. ' t-:fi,: ' )
EX-BOOKS and .-;'-.': tt ;
. OPERA' GLASSES,
i - i jf v I IK KHDI.ES8 V ABIET Y J1 1 1 ? s
Kisep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seats f ttosuaia' and Waterbssiy Clooka,
For aba Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
ior tne , j
3ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (Frenoh and Geneva) in toll supply at .
rill.. low rates. - "
All orders promptly tilled and .'satisfaction
gnaianteed. "i. ,rTi,I,r . ;
r. a. s Li-
febl4-eodly No. 71 South Hiih St., Oolumbne.1
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
r. r.i.
DKALEH 1H
jrATCnEsCliOCKS,JEWELRT,
rC r i. r MD81CAL UTatROMENTS. Ao.. iji
173 Honth Hish i street. Columbus. 0. Repairing
carefully done and warranted. m$7-eod6m
BOOK BINDERIES.
i 1 . COO.OOO ,
BOOKS AYAXTED FOR BIMXG.
A NT BOOKS, niGtZHES. SHF.ET
f-- MDSiO. Ac. Ac. that yon wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at law
prices? Books sent for and retume I to any part of
the city by giving notke through posteffiee, or at
Frunklia Steam Book Bindery
BLANK IBOOKvMU FACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
thoHtate,.. . ., . .
Keoms 31, 3B, 38 NortU Hlg-ta Street,
(Over Messrs. Kevins A. Myers', and Statesman
. . i . otcam rrinung umces.
BJLANK gtOOKN I . ., '
,,;;,'.,.BLtNK BOOKS!! " '. ., .', i
? BLANK' BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled end bcund
to any required pattern, ndsuperior workmanship.
at tne lowest prices. , '
, 'Order frn UvontyOffiaers, Bank", Merohsnts.
nrl .11 OFWra rrairtr.ff' 8CFEK10R BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed prosaptly, with our per
sonal attention, i . . (
,. Koug patronage respoctfully solicited. ..r , m
-.x .-ni. w.;hatok,;.
oct3-deodm " -i " - ProprieUr:
SIB BERT & LILLE Y,
Blank' Book Manufacturers,
-jCt PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.'
Special attention paid to manufacturing first elasi
of every description, with or without printed Eead-
. , i .': . ... , ings. for .. t
COBlWT'brF'TCBltS, ilBBCHAwrS, If AUFPACTrBKBA'
BAHEBKS. BAILBOAD COMPANIES, AO. - .1 ,
r-- '(,, 11 -.I:- --.-', :
.. S3" Fnll aata of Books made on short notice.
warranted to give perfect satisfaction. , ,
OPER HOUSED building;
apTll oouly ! COLUMBUS? OHIO.
ri-'ii iiiuni t: li
HOTEL. :
ST; J AMES HOTEL,
Fourth' 8ref, ase-atr Mai as, i
r.t--: -a- riMriaiaiATi -rtuin !
jj I V asF Haw 4r aj f . 'ejaw a wa ,
BESEY P, ELIA3, Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LOi
eated and convenient t ) business, -and to all
points of -traref. is tbe most desiriable stoppina
nlue fnv nersons visit ins; the eitv. o nains will
be spared to make -the -stAj ot guests pleaani id
every particular.-
ii- (
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Wll,l. 450M T1W Cft THB COAtV BCSI
A N K.-S-at his present stand,' ).., i
'a Wo'ia North HigBa atrect, ,'
and wiirtake orders ifi tjoth CAMBRIDGE and
.iiOCKlNOOOAW which he, is prepared to seU At
the lowest market price. .( t -
1 1 aeT" Special attention- paid to Shipping. -, it ';
'"myilO-eodtf . : ,. r . - '" r..
tit
WABRgK, OHIO, August 1. lew. -a-rnTtrit
HRHBUY GIYEN TQTHK
IN holders of tbe-'ootstandiaw etegif the lata
Western Reserve Bank, and teall ptberpaitiegin-tore-ted.
that after the expiration of fix months
from Ibis date, appiieation will be made to the Au
ditor, secretary end Treasurer of SUce, to surren
der to said Bank the stocks deposited to secure tae
Lontstanding eiroolation of said ,Uank,.-aiMirsu-;
p ance of tbe forty-fif tb (45) section or. an act jsntitjsa
-An ,ct tn inoorporato the State Bsnk ef Ohio,
' and other Banking Companiea,- passed fehrilary.
H. B. PERKINS. Pxeaidant.
li.'- 'i
..I.
J A.
B. TATxra. liashleri' ' :
August to, two, ..u.i.u-'j. rjiianaiwa
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE 'JPIsa2.CE .TOj-BTT?
Kerosea Chandelier ai '"'l -T-'Hd :mvoiJ
i o Braokot, Hall and Table Lamps j I
. . : Lanterns for Oil or UaaoJeS.
The newest and beet kinds of Burners, ChinVneTa,
. ... ' .urtuiuf lu w, U.UIF ,
Charches, Halls or Dwellings, is at
wicks, or anytning in toe ump line, for lignnng
McHENRY
A v
.'8 Depot.
'vrn. Bus. 4 East Fourth and 1S4 Main street; '
i gjniiontg rrvth )- i?l l i vt-l' . UlncinaatL. j
CASTlXTURks;'!;:';'!
Gas Chandeliers, r
BaU Lights." f io
' i vf - ,1 Unacket Liahts. . - .- n. T
4 n-lk$& - - !
vu liJiooi laaii Window Reflecter Lights,
.-i bsdes, tilobee,
vr aoyining rs Tne was pix-are nne, is as -' .
-i .).,-., .McHKAHY, A COlS Depot.
vpipe :ANivifTiNcsB1,;;;
1 i I '
1 . . . kj -I 1JJ
s tone and Cement urarn r'ipe,
I'-' i
i'.i-i'J
Malleable and 1'aSt-irnB Fittrngs,
i.; ' bteam V alvea, Atop UecAsft j
, f ,:. . Uas. Service, aud .!
M Al,r t?niirs An..
'1 tnt'
Or anything in the Pipe or Fittinr line, is at i .
MoHhNKY A CO.'S Depot, i i
I, , , Nos. 8 Laat Fourth and, 183 Main street, i
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps, i n ' 'ii
it vLiftand Korce 1'umps,' - i mciil '
. (" .1 i, Beer fumps, (tarden Pumps, Ao,, ,
1 i ,. ...Bath Tubs. Closets. !
' - v asfi-stands. Wash Trays.
' r Bath-Boilers. Sinks,
Aon Ao. Everything in the above line, wholesale,
or retail, at-Eaatexa prices, at . -
: ? JdcHENar A CO.Depot.'.
Gas & Steam Fitters' Tools,
. Screw-cutting Machines, Slocks and Dies. Prills,
Reamers and Taps, l'nterit Mpe Cutters, Pat
ent amd ' 'Ordinary - Pipe ' Tonga, Pipe Vises;
Meer ' and Burner: Pliers. (a Fitters' An
gers. Chisels, Ac, Ac LverythiuK in the above
line aiwajs on Hand and Jor t&ieat toe manuiactur .
ers trale rates, at ' - - . : . . !
::':iciieNry, 'As'co,'' :
No. 8 Eaaifourlh A 168 JHaln' Street,
. i 0 OTi-'sepSO-wSm , . ' . CI2TCSKJ.TI.. .
Times of IIoltHnsr Courts)
K in the XiftU Juoieinl JDlss
triot of Ohio lor 1800. A
TheKtateof Ohio.)' . .'.r'
Franklinoaunty, J: .. . ' :
I s . s. sHbriHP, t;iEKB wr s is
a Court bf Common Pleas within and forsiid
county, do hereby certify that the follewing order
Is truly taken and correctly copied from tne journal
f saiiCoarVto-wlU...! .. ... ;.j .., hi; ;
Timet of Molding Courts in the Fifth J udiciat
i 'JDistricC tf Ohw for lBtjU..- . i;
It is hereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on .the 18th, day of September. A. it- 1868.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
the Courts of Common Pleas and District Courts
ot said Judicial District, be hereby amended, and
that the District Courts an.1 Courts of Common
Pleas for. the rear A. I). 1869. shall begin in the
several oounties of the Hfth judicial Die trie t of
the state of Onto, at the times following:
..; ",. , DISTRICT COURT. . ' ' :
Hsdison, May4th. . . I Fayette, May 14th.
Franklin, Slay Bth. ,1 Ross, August 31st.
Pickawav, May 10th:1 ; I Hiehland, Sept. 3d.'
Adams. Sept, eth. 1 Brown, Sept. 8th,, 7,
Clermont, Sept.. 13th. ;. ,, , , ,.;, ( ..(;il:
1J 5. COCRT OF COMMON PLEAS. ,. :,
Brown-. February th. Jnno 1st. November td. '
A dam a, January S7th. May 18th. September 81st.
. Clermont, January 5th, June iflth, Ootober 6th.
Highland, jai.uar? 12th, May 18th, Ootober 13th.
" Moss. JannarvS6th, Jue 1st, Nevembertd.
Fayette Febraary S3d. Jane 9th. September
SUM-.
. Maduon. February 11, May 18th, Octo"berl9tht-
Piokaway, March 8tb. June 15th, November d.'
; Franklin, February 16th. Jnhe 1st, November
lath.,. .. -., , . -
In witness whereof we .have hereunto set oar
handa,
'Ww ALFRED R. DKIKKY.) '
Vi'.-v.-iu- . J. Q. ASHBHRN. , Judges.!
, ... JOSEPH OLDS. : . ..
' ''lu' IntesHmony whereof I have hereun to sub
.V scribed my name and allixed the eeal of
sbaiJ said Court at ' olnmbus. this 30th day
of Ootober, A. D. 1163.
Bi.v-.f.' T. S. SHEPARD.'Clerk.
: October 81. 1888.. . . oct31-dltw3w
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'Buciui s aais4) : ....
. Blynn , ) Court of Common Pleas
tn. Wul O
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i et al
of
Thomas B. Blynn et al.V- ' FrenHin county.
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IN PURSUANCE OF AWORDER-OF SAL1 IN
the above stated ease, to me direote-1, 1 will of
fer for sale at the dooe .of the onrt honae. in the
city of Columbus. on. ', .
Saturdaytthe 28ib day o, November, A.D
it I .i-.til'i" ..to-.- 1.1868, ., :, , i . ,
at o'clock Pt M. of said day, tbe following de
sribeii real estate situate in Franklin county. State
of Ohio, to-wit: J" " '
Lot number one(l) of a subdirision or ontiota ot
the eitv of, JColumbns. numbers fifty-nine (59),
sixtv (60) and sixtv-one (81). it ale bv Samuel M-
dary. as per plat thereof recorded -in book 38, psge
534 of the xeoords of deeds of siid county, being
the same premises conveyed to William Blynn by
Thomas s. Baldwin, by deed dated April 13d. A.
D. 18B0.-'J''I ' ' ' i
Terms ot Sale-r-One-third .cash on dav of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third -in two years
thereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sol i.- f,., ,-is
Appraised at gia.uuo.
Printer's fees 13 7. - ..'
UbUKiiri ti. bAKUAttr. &nerin. --.
t, . 1
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J. W . HALDWIN. Att y.
oct4-dltAwtd"
Sherifl's Sale.
Newell P. Mix. , ,
vs - '
Court of Common Pica
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Franklin eono'tys "-
Michael Eugel et al.)
IN PURSUANf!K OF" A N ORUBR OD" SALE IN
tbe above stated case Iroip said conrt. tome
directed. 1 will n erf'" sale atrhe door of tne court
honse, in tbe t-it' t?'!uut' on i
Saturday; r''ii! 2t t m'' "i .v vi'iuber,'A. f.
at 1 o'clock P. M.ttbttfw lowing daMjribed real ea-
ta'e, to-wifc: .
Th nn'ith half of lot number seven'in Born A
Jennies' addition to the city of Columbus. Ohio, as
Ser recorded plat tnerent reoorded in plat record
o. 1, rase 175. being the same premises conveyed
to said Magdatena kneel by Noah A iggins, by deed
dated Mtv I3th, A. D. 186 r ! . . , .... .
i Appraised at 341. 66. ...
Printer's fees 11 00. ' " '
UEOKQE n. EARHART.
SberiS and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Bull, Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Atl'y. oct34-dltwtd
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
- FOR ONIi DOLLAR
Yon Gail Bit Every Deecrlptlon ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS, :
SILVER-PLATED WARE, Ac.
OEnFOHfilBCCLR,ClVI1GFri,L
O particulars, or send OE DOLLAR and receive
ten obecks describing ten different artioles, which
we will sell for One Dollar bach, and as a Coh-
xisriox to tbe sender choice ot one article irom
hxchaoge List, ol over 3W. ,; .... .
For 3, 30 dheckg and 20 yds. Sheeting,
For' $5, 50 checks -and 30 yds. Sheeting,
n ' Atn ansa- t 1 J " J . aOl - . al-i
For $iu, luu cnecics ana do jus. cueeuug,
n.ntli.r artiitUiaannallv valuable.
Should the articles named on the Checks not be
desired, a selection can be made from oar x-CHAi-GB
Ll8T. which is greater tban that of any
other house and as car go ds sure acknowledged to
be superior to any otberconcern. we know that after
patronisinr as once, yon will continue to do so.
. siaie ana iemeie urnu wuiw
DO.VT FAILjTO SEftD FOK UIKUULAK.
A??!f ):' I.AHONTR k BABBITT.
83 Sudbury S6-t Boston, MasA,
nov-w4t-DB-r
Drs. W artier & Emminger,
Dentists, i
BTJCKETB :"3
ncetKDIIIG THE TEETH OF THE
rii first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
wetordially invite yon to call at our pleasant Den.
tat rooms. No. 18 East Broad street. "1 . 1 ' i
Your intelligence will diseriiainate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Dent
tist. .1 -
. Artificial teeth made by as are worn witn com
'yrt and serve the purposes ot speech, mastication
' -locality. As Dentists we ! to be the , and
. 'nisi all that's good. . . !
Teeth axtraoted without pain, ,, . y7-w6ai j
Legal Notice.
ABA CiOaiSK,. YYH.I
reside in NevadaTe
Ci'OMER,-
HO IS SUPPOSED TO
rerritorv. is herebv notifirf
that Soussn Crooierdid,"on the 3d day of oveiu-'
.... Two. we naaioa inthe office of the Clerk
of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
county of- Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
tbeaailAsa Crouiersrithwilliaiabsenee from-the
saidplainliS for more than Ave years last past, and
asking that 'she my be uivoreed, from said Asa,
Cromer, andttmt she be allowed reasonable alimo
n. wLich petiti n will stand locJiearing at the
next tern, of said M;,.') I y-rnr. i.H i.i
Dated Nov.n.ber 4th, 18.otj9AiT
ByW.lA. PtrBTLB8A0OB her AtL'iv nov-6wi
Emollient Crr),
tji 1
rpuig DELIGHTtX'l. AKD EI.EGMCT1
'At preparation:, tncrooueed last 'winter,
. A . m.nv flauenna aomnkaadatiora in
those who used it,iuducej the proprietors to briosj
it again before the public, assuring them that it
staods unrivalled as thest protestor of the k1d
against the inolemeney of tbe winter season.. Jt
notonlr imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation; For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Bands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
ilhas noieeuel, while its soothing qualities and
deliehtiul fragrance render it a necessary append
ix tithe toilet. 'Prepared only- by MARPLE A
R1TSON, I ispensing Chemists, loo Sonth High
tieet, VoratBOiiBvarniOii'i ur.i wnmw
G' Ot'NTY BOtVib SCHOOL. EXAITllJ
NERil6ETISOS.-The Board of school
Bkarninersof Franklin eounty meet at the Probate:
'UourC iwoaviow .ine isn cnur wuudw4uws.u
...v mnth In t.K. . . - A Uo. on.-4 he-aeoood Fri
day and Saturday of the spring hd fall months.
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The attention - the Business Public called to
1 the superior facilities ef this Establishment,
),!' i: i We have in oonstant use .1 '
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Eleven Steam . Power 'Presses
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BEST biuf EST KINDS
And our ability to get ont won promptly is
- - sorpaued in the West. We have lately
r i -' -i. made additions to our already ,
LARGE YARIEI "5a
PRIHTIKG TYPES,
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And we feel confident to satisfy all who nay give
"'; as a ealL Oar large fonts of type enable nj
' to do all kinds of ' .'
BOOK PRINTING!
a the most prompt and excel' ent manner, and we
' sail the attention of those War ting anything
..i. . ,-i in this ine to the
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. .,, , That wa have executed in th past year. .".
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The reputation, of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
Era pie ring, as we do, pons bat the
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Best of Workmen.
.unt.vi . itt.iritfit ft
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t;:7 (.Mt f .1.- - .. : I,
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LATEST ana CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
; ALL KINDS OP
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fAercantile,
RaUroairJ, .
' Bank and
. Commercial i
Prating,
! Bill Heads;'
Circulars,..,
Cards, '
Letter Heads,
Blanks oan kinds.' Checks,
;Drafts,;;V'.::.,'';i'':ic.,,!&c.;1
EVERY KBDrOl JOB PBIMLMJ
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b'lfljn;
Weeded by the business public.
Wa also keep on hand a larger stock of
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PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House ia the oily such as
' Super Royal. : ltlediaim, ' '
Dcmv, Ti.ti; Crewn Cap,
Cap, , . Tetter mu&
' Of the best qualities, and, pdrchasl'ng them as Ire
do, directly from the mannfaotarer, we are -
enabled to do oar work sreorrespond
.M xr Ingly low- rates. We are Sola '"-
Agents for tha
CELEBRATED PAPERS
OF
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rBLAJS'K i BOOKS.
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We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
- u manufaotured by us, 'We are pre Dared to "
-ml i u ...t fiUail orders for - "' ' "
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And all kinds of Blank. JEroo its now in gee, j These
.poks.areall donetnthejbeet style of paoei.'toiJ
ing and. binding, and .we pea lenge corajietitaea In
jhisline,.. ;,,,) L.i -lifujuf t i i nil
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A''COMPI.ETBi'''(i'ii
l :,. !'.o it '.- '"h ff-' I
y I ,-'-of f'.i' .-'iM v. jii i;i'!v'nM"i:;
3n;l---.-.s , A. -ara..wEa- J- -J-bn,. i
That In ordt-f to srthnf v rhe demand nccaainnad riv
our constantly ioerruing patrons ae. wo have re-
oeunj mane imp 'nations ior tne rail irade, direct
from Edropean 'Man faeturors, i 1 ,y . u. .
Amonntin? Ho
Nearly t $500,000,
d' tn sell Overs' description!
So that we kre prfenkred
of Dry and Fanry Good? Silver Plated Ware,4Jnt-
lery.Watcbes.Albumi, Jewelr;. a , of better qual
ity tbau any other comers in tiie eoantry for the
uniform, ptioe of D.O lLAR FOK i ACll Alt
TlCLE.' Tbe best of Huston and A ew York refer
noes ctvera aato tha veliaa.lttv of nurraniiaA, mnA
that our bi sirjeas is conducted in the faue"t and
most legitimate 'manner1 possible, nd - that we
live sweater value for themobey ibsn oaq b ob
tained, in any otber way. Au uoods damaved or
broken in transportation rcpleeed ithut ebarge.
Cheeks describiug actioloa sold sent to .agents in
Clubs at rates mentioned below. ' We guarantee
every articl to aosblopsth id if fcoagbt at any Bos-
Kiitr.flw tora i noiesaie uoue,,, iw . (
Our Commissions' tolAgonta
K'xoeed those oteverr other establPshiiitsut of tbe
ki.'d, proof of tbiB canbefodnd in-oomparina orjr
premiums watat-.tAaaa ef eteeao'i.foe Clubs of the.
same size, in addit'On to which we c'aim to give
better good ot tne sai ctnrcJeif;Vi Hill send
to Aeents free of chsrae
For a Ci.nB of 30 and'T-trek TloLr.ARf- 1 doa.
good linen Sbirt FrontK 1 set Solid bold- SlBds:
all Wool Cassiuiere for Pants: fine white Coanter-
ane. large size: 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 30 yards
rown or bleached -S. eetiaa. eood aualitr. vsrJ
wide; 1 elf gnt 100 Picture Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope an-t 12 Foreign
Views 1 silver elated encraved t bottle Caston 1
elestant Silk Fan. with Ivor.r or Sandal, Wood
rrame. reatnerea enge and spangten; l pteel uarv-;
in. hnif. EnH : Fmlr VAr. .hMt nn.litv i.nr kaU
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: 20 yard good Print; 1 very fine DamasteThble
Cover: lpair best. quality Ladies' Serge C 'Usress
Doots; 1 dozen nne utnen T- wei!; X dozen Kogers
best Silver Desseit Forks: 1 Ladies' large real Mo
rocco 'I'ravelina Bae: 1 fanov DresA Pattern, a
doren elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
i dozen liadies nne Merino or uotton 'StocKtngs;
dents' heavy chased a; lid Oold Kina; 1 pair La
dies hish cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and bow, in bnxoompletc;
1 set Jewelry, pin. ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
Fob a drs or 50 asd Fivs Dollars 1 black
or colored t'lpaoca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur-
Mliua; x ui,ir ii . uiri oi.DS.u; Ciuaravwi XHVOT
plaud 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Caesiiuere. for fa .U and Vast; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
eletrant Satin: Fares rY heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents Calf Boo s: 30 yards good
Print; 3 yards good brown or bleached Sheetina,
yard wide or 40 yards Ji yards wide, good quality; 1
Ladies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool Shawl: 1 nlain Norwich Pool in Dress Pat-'
tern, 1M yards double widtn-eletn lnr parties:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yarns oouoie wiato water prom oi.ua tor v loaning
f os a t lus or 100 and Tbn Doi.lars-1 rioh
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair tine Dam-
ask Table Cloths and rapkins to matoh; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher; very fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak? 1 web very best duality browa or
bleaohed Sheeting; IX yards Sue 4J ass i mere for
suit. 1 e'egant Poplm Dress Pattern; 1 elesrant
English Berate Dress Pattern;. 1 beautifnl Knglisb
Berage Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gonts'-Silver Hunting-ease
v atch; 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing Machine:
Snlendid Family Bible, steel enzravines. with rec
ord and photograph -pages: 55 yards aood Herrp
Carpeting, t -oi colors; 1 pair Kood Marseille' Quilti
I gooi 6 aarrel Kevolver: 1 elegant fur Mutt and
tiane: 1 sinsle barrel Sbot Mun: l surer plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Cxstor, cut aiass bot
tles: 1 verv fine Violin and 3ow. in oase; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks, ' ..,
Presents for largei.Ciubs increase in the sarrt
ratio. ,, f
MW Send Money by Rerstered Letter.1 ' '
a" Send for our new Fall Circular,: : -- 'r
AH Catalogue of Goods sent to any address FBXB
. :'. PARKER Sc CO.,
' '' "ens 98 and 100 Summer street, Boston.
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OHIO SAW
WORKS.
,!, Patent Crounl Circular Saws,
M ILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND AND Sir 8AWS. . .
Ripairino Carxfullt and Probftlt: Dokk
VOODKOIJISbAe. ItIcFAKL,lPf ,
: :ii -')' ii -Hamilrjn. Ohio, and" i"
factories : i oio i oao wt vth t tSnoinn.t: n
-Warebnuseli A li West 2d street. Cincinnati,
6SXO JtVB PBICX LIST.
. PC spG-n3in.
'.: JtELCBIKK, JAMIS & CO.'sj
Great One Dollar Sale.
THE MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF"! THE
;;i,.(;..AlJlll.l TUt tUlAlltl.;..: ,
rrHG SirkALt.ES I' AKTICLK OX OtJK
A checks can be exchanged at anv time for
splendid lsrgeConcerlina. or a five-bottle revolving
ellW-piKlflll vnn'ur. U( tttvuit'iuui ricucn nwrc
. scooic Views. - We bave on hand over half a mil
lion collars' worth of goods-. The largest and most
trainable .took of l.inene. Woolens, lottons, I Ian
Dels, Dress Goods, Fanov Goods. Plated Ware, Cut
lery, Meerschaum Pipes. Ac, Ac, ot ANY DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import onr
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prices. This never has been done be
fore, and is causing a complete panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherever our goods are sent
If y.u wish to buy goons cheap, now is the time
We are bound to sell ! Every thing sold at the uni
form rate of ONE DOLLAR EACH. . Thoie set-
tin. tin itlnha i'nrftther firm will tin well tn ston
where they re. and send lor our Circular. Out in-
ducements are double tnosa ot any otuer conoern.
- Agents, Look Here I
For a club of Thirty and t3. we send one of the
follow ins articles, FKER OF chakok: 24 jards
heavy brown or bleaebed yard wide Sheeting;
Double Lens French Sterof cope, with 34 1 rich for-'
'ign views; 1 Ladie.'real Morocco Traveling Bag:
20 pairs Ladies' line Merino Stockings: 1 genu ue
Meerschaum Pipe, amber mouthpiece, in splendid
case; 1 Violin and Bow in box eomplt te; A1I-WM61
t assiuiere f'r pants: 1 pair Ladies' extra quality
Cloth Boots. 1 dozen fine l.inen Towels: 1 Steel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balaheed han
dle, very best quality; Gents' heavy chased sptid
Gi.ld Ring; Elegant Delaiee Press Pattern: 1 dozen
heavy silver p'aled white metal- Destert, Forks;
dozen Koge.'S Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 8 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
30-keyed metal bound Concertina, retails for 810.,
For a club of Fifty and (5, one of tbe following
ariir.lM ; 1 Web of heevv 'brown or bleaohed vard
wide Sheeting; 1 black ore lead Alpscca Dress,
Pattern; I pair All-Wool Blankets; fcngraved s.lver
plated 8 botUo Revolving Castor; 1 set ivory bal
anced Knives, withsilverpla'ed white metal Forks;
1 pair Gents' Calf Boots; 35 yards good Print;
yards double width Waterproof for Cloaking;
Square Wn 1 Shawl; i yards very fine Cassiniere
for pants and vest) Beauutul Poplin Dresa Pattern;
100-Victure Turkey Morocco Photograph Album.
. Foraolubof tine Hundred aud tlu, presents va
rying in value from $15 to S25 Club at Five Hun
dred sndSoO. presents from $80 to (100. 'Larrer
duos increased ia tbe same ratio, Premiums sent
with goods. f
Circulars free-to any address. ' Sen all aodney
by registered, letter or money, order. Addtesg
BKLCHER. JAMES A CO , 1
' , 8 acoeesors to A. S. Hardy ACow '
7 A 9 Bromfieltl street. Boston, Mass..
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MONEYSAVED.
" We are constantly pnreoalrtg; for cash in the New
York and Bo. too Markets, all kinds ef . , . .
DRY ANDFANCY GOODS. SI LKS. COTTONS:
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW-
.. .lAG MACHINES. COi'LEoY. DRESS-.,
' GOODS, LOMESTIC GOODS, , '
i :M :.. .t.i , 2 ,: Ac.,' Acj.J'- '" " l-.-a
Which we are actually seliirig at an aver'ge price
of One Dollar for Kscli Article. Our
sales being! strictly for cash, and. our trade meoli
larger tban that of any otbe similar concern, en
ables ns togive better bargains thanoan be obthia-t
ed of any ether aeuse,: '.(f " , -! .,i-l,io .j in
;.';'.-. TIlK.tl.ADli rM
Are especially, invited to give ns a trial. . )r
' SRND FOB A OlRCtTLAKANt) ExCQAVGg LtST?J
Our club system of ee ling is as follows: .For-S2
send 30 patent pen fuuntains and checks describing
2o different articles to be S"!d I or a dollar each;
tor 4: 0Torf6; 10 for $10. Ac. tent by mail.
dnmtnittioma largtr, fasa thotp ofsrtd- by any eMsn
firmt according to size ol club. Single tountain
and cbeck. 10 cents. Male an.1 female agentvwftnt-i
ed. seid Nonerln Htgistered ettera.
Send us a trial cTub, and ou will acknowledgei
that vou cannot afford 'td -buy goods of any other!
house thereafter j . i ; - .
, , , . EASTMAN A KENDALL.
uiilurtTl ,n i.gs H1BoVeT street. Boston. Mass:-
-. ra-ia3nwSm.rl..f.T. if, f? f.,ot-'r :-i v-ni
FOR SAU 5tCHGi
f WILLBELL'Ott EXCHlNfJE -FOR "PrtfM-'
4- F-M' ',in ih citf of-Colaoibus a farmf W
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of P"'
DaiBwntT, Ohiv and' will parthe rtifff renter
gny. in easbw. .Ine laxd, it sityate at. the corner of,
cross roads.' hag house on it and twenty or thirty.
orecetearab, . itis vary rrck liwd. aad' well two-i
bered with walnut, asp, sugar-tree and spice busch
'AgooibargeinwillbegivcQr "----t
.d.TviTuT 'ins S. W. ANDREWS.
11 03 70(nce. eorne? of High sod Broad streets'
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ina Packet, by weekly upes. atreduoed rate-ii TAP-,
SCOTT BKOS.i CO.. 8a South street. ,fev.i
Tork.'ci.ntina h iseoe rassaue-f ickees, available!
i... i., taoutha-t.fram London. -UverorkuL
Qaeen8town, and Dra'tsi payable en, demand, fol
any amotant, frojd and nrwfartda.' ii . 1 1-
, UalLS I lAJATBUa A ViU Agects,
BosW-wtT-HBY-T imker.lfetambnaM
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TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
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aB'-l.xras Traliiai XKilxr,"'.
', r ), EXCEPT SUNDAY. . ,-,.;,. 1
From Colurhbus.-iu connection, with Trains oa the
Little itltaml 4c Columbus Sc' Xextlsi
4; J( ItiUlroada-. . . : '
r-f . :- refill.. Jl
SIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbni at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardineton. GileadV
vjra.ion, irwuiue, oneioy, new Aionaon, YYeiiing
ton, Uraftaii and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
8:20 A. M.,Sew York 70 A. M... This train leaves
Sunday morning; not Monday. .'
SO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves ColnmhnS
at 5:00 A. Al. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts fro a the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRtSS Leaves Columbus at
ii.-io A. M. i ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Ual'
ion. Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3
r. si., new York nert day-at 8:45 r. M.
LMAIL AND EXPRESS-LeavesCoInmbasatld
P. M. W ill stop at Worthioeton. Lewis Center
lelaware. and all Station. rA XJ..Ih. rwl''Kha.,k
iJliew London. Wellington. Oraftnnand Berea.,, Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9 2.1 P. M K.w VnrUMP 14
. irt,xJ71Juis AKJKjUJa SAVIA'A I Iva T IA. AJr. Lf
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at P. M. Will
' stop at all stations between Colttmbns and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
C JO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 8:40 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A.- M.; Columbas
!u25 A .i .-.) ,!0 ,;iij
'B?ateTitSleelBsCsiiaTrnoBiaI
,- XaisBtC Xraias ta Cblcataro, v
j;.i-'i uu: h HW; Vorlt agaMt .,vlu: 1B P
"' Beftgam checked through li New Tort and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia ami
New YOrk, via Crestline.
i -I. .-iii.il i RETURNING: ,.'li-' J
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus atl:ooA. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbas at U:1C
P. M. - - :-. ..:.... ...
Mail Train arrives at Columous at 9:10 P. M."
- Springfield Aooonuuodatioa arrrvee at Columba
atloa&A. M. ... . , , ... .. A
Fare aa Lsw aa by any Other Route.
1 ' Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ' '
J:i- .,i'i:..t ' i .'l- - E. S.':riiIMT -nt.
. : -- ;, .. Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
' ' ' JAMES PATTERSON, -'
zt !;:. ii-:--- " , Agent, Columb s,Ohla-,
. Columbus. May 11. 1888. ... ,
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BEEVES AMBROSIA
F.O Xt ' T tl E,.:" ijt'A, IIC.
i:i..."7 ;.-9-.'.' Improved! :
It Is an elegant Dressing for the Half.'' ' ' ' '
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It causes the Hair to Carl V eautif ally, : :
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy. . . ,
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. -io
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
i- ' ' ' " ' ft ., ft .-i'ju-.-t
It immediately stops Hair Falling Ont. .
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. ;
,It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Colorv - t -, !
It brings ont Hair on heads that have been bald for
1 .'. -- ' .( ; : ; ,:
years.
,It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
I ;- c j ! i. hie substances.-. ;
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials'of its excellence; many ' ' whioh are from
' . physicians in high standing.
- It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in tha glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar pet Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C.' Wells A Co.
Schieffelin A Cc.New York.. scHNT-mchi7-dly'
;; ;,!A:iir;Artic.e of Food.
i' It was M. Br Hist Savaiin. the celebrated French
Gastronome, who Hist said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does.mure lor Society than the
man wbo disoovcxs a rianet. ' lbe
" ' CACIO 1)1 M1CCAROSI
or ItaTTsn nrerared Cheese Maccaronl. is now o
fared as a nioet'delieioos. wholeson-e acd piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of fam
ilies. Bachelors, recursions (Ficnics), travelers,
-and for use in Beer S loons. Bar or Sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast. .
' It is suitable for Sandwiches tlnglese '".Due ft
iin dl pane coutWtro." Especially is it adapted
Xor those climates where the article of cheese can
'hot be kept in a sonnd condition forany length of
. ti m e. -I i' i j"... '.'.-- i-' 1
" It may be used as a seasoning for Soaps, Hash'
Stes and aarmed cpnn a stove, alter the-ean
has been, opened.- it makes, without further preu
paratiorr, a DbuctouS Wblsh Rarebit.""1
: ForTraveleftaud rthers, it is far morevootiom
ieal and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted ieats. : . -J v : .
. Tbe proprietors and Patentee cannot bat ask for
it atrial . ,
i Send S5 for 8 1MPLB bozbn H lb Cans, and bicb
LY gilded snow card, securely psoked,"an.l ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
.made to the trade. t - .
N. B The Caoiodi Maccarom is put up in
boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at $8
case, net cash. .
For sale by all Tespectable Grocers and at the
Fruit Stores. -
.Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
All orders and comutunications should be addressed
to . .
THE L1VIXGST0N CACIO COMPANY. "
--..; 38 Liberty Street, Aew Yoik.
VST-8tp29-deod6mos
.PITTSBURGH:
(Natrona Saleratiis
A WORD- WITH YOU!
BR FAD IS THK TlfF OF LIFE
your most important articlent diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon its being -
i LIGHT ANDWH O LES OM E.
' ' Would you have it so? Then nse only ''
KATRONl, SALE RAT US!
HIJS3-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PCBE.-Sa .
.Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
A white and beautiful. Take a pound home
. i . to your wife to-ntght.; She wili be...,
delighted with it. , ..
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Buyers of Soda should try bur ' - 1 " " "
..... . . aI4-3ir. " v;
BrGAPMTEUPSOM.
W e guarantee it not only far snrerior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda. ... .-, j , o),j
'f;,IArcACTCBKl) BT IBB l. .i ,.. s
.PENN'A SALT1ANUF'a ;C0.r!
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1 31 PltTSBURCH;PA.,
-3 2.
T wt -Auglo-eodly-r-.
BOOTS AIs'p:.3II0ES.
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EirisD.
' O. 'HoBIGBB,
CHEABBOOTiS ANQ.;SH0S.
-si ; )
T . srte-a ti i HAvne-aTORiiEn
. a partnership with G.. HOIUGER. for the
, purpose ot carrying on the Boot and Shoe- trade
INrt. 133 SOUTH HIGH STBEET,
'Would respectfuTly invite thilr friends and the
public geLerally aokeall and examine tae rfioe and
well aeJeotedtock of Ladies'. Gents', Misses and
X'Mldren's Boots-and tSoei Ihia dayteceived di
- rnottrom tha k ast- and abieh taey are nowJiffenng
or sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man-.
' mi" ' . . .
nfacturmg depar ment srieMat.eou. -a--.
l'll I -LIU SUW . JAffl. ir. ii.
-i" RSPairing of all kind. aeaU-snd Jff-W.
ia. . ia ,.,f.,ii. .olioit a share oi puoiiol
., - -- . .. fn,l,l. ,
nationage.
M.aMifl ns a ,.-.
o,lU Sonthjligh street
j: itememoeruioiBac p- 4
XtUltlUCK.
ii bt.'iiatfi
lo Pt8!i
OROOERS. n4
nniH
l "..-a, at n. an CftllTll if i"rt th"&r rW-' 1 ' '
tin
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-nKUPKIKTOKO 11'Ll .'I BI S row
'A?"-rB MAffA Fft;'smd agents fbrbe.ealaefl
.HazaraV JuwgaiansjPirwdar.,, ,Ajlti0 tori
f!:.til i tA.-RlVNERairPS'a COiSn!l Hbo
-4TigdbamatL-aBUn ,IIaBna.
si't vf ufi-namldealeraf.,.,,.!, r. .
MK aS tlrjfr variekies. 'ImriortediWtnesl'-BraSdie
.Cigars. ate. 3j nmilw rl .d'uiii i ta-ljl-eodlv.
fj':Si"---wi o. t";i i.,in-nve-rvn",
IIwihiI -A 4eil-kbW rt-t-),I.T-a-tri .'l'fTi
JA attUVM a a Y
augxS-eotWmi'''" Wi&'ZllSlrlhVP
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAG
COLUMBUS, CHICAG AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shorteoi . Rente Wat rTo
iCbange ofCara to Chlcasro, PeA
bt t . orlif asstl latHasiapolla.
FOUR, TJtAIKS DATCY leave Union Depot" Rn-
1 - '' Iambus, as fellows:
(i.AK A. M. TOfcBBO- EXPRESS 8undajs
U. 40 excepted.) Arrive at Milrbrd SM-AM
Urbane 8:63 A. M.; Piqua 10:05 A. M Lima 131
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.: Detroit 6J0 P. At- s'lit
Passengers ty this asaia arrive at Toledo
Detroit 3 hours ahead of anyotbes tout,
191 fs iP- DAY EXPRE-iS (Sundayt e-S-
,AY eePtod.) Arrive at Urbane g.-ao Kist
Piqua SS5P. M.; Bradford Junction 3;15 P, Is.;
Richmond 4:35 P.M.: Indianapolis 74 P. S.'-Lo-gaps
port S0 P. M.; TWSra S35 A. M.; Galesburg
81? A iM5 ,?l!tto. Joasa, 115 A. Ji ; Leuia
?,JJ8l:?0uAT" 41s'e now P. M.; ilattoon
m .irotwr. M.; r.s.141 A. .M A
oy 11:45 P M.; KeukuK:0D
Passengers by tan tram reach KwLears the text
moxnlpa bears akeaa, and fr do in (7 weat
of St.Tuis XKYK TRAllT LV-ioYlNCAV ef
A a ax.
all other routes.
AA. Ilii7"''" if
L 9fi p- M- CHlCAfiO AND 8T. LOCfS EX
pUAiU ' PRESS. (Sundays excepted.) Anirea at
m uiuBojta r. hi.; uoKinfrptirc a wo A . bk tibieaao
S-.1A Ai M.; Indianapolis 3rft&A. M.: Terra, Uaata
5:35 A. M.: Evansville 438 P. M.; Matt.Mn 8:38 A.
M.; Pana 105 A.'M.;' Altoa M Vi M- St Louis
35 P. M.: Lafayette 7ota A M.: Springfield. Illa.
:0S P M.: Quincy- 70 P. M Keokuk 8;4SPJ4.
,onisvillaT5 A. M Nashville 540 P. H U.nv.
phis 9:15 1. St., Toledo tSO.'A Ji Detroit
Ae M
KEW AND ELEGANT '-1 ft"
u fS 1, e o j i u g ., C, r at--'
BUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST.. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON.1LL,
317 MILES. WITHOUT1 CHANG4i ''"'
Arriving at St. Louis IO hears and LoutsrillS ,
8 hears ahead of say other route.
1 0e'firC " A:'M. NIGHT EX PRESS. Dally to In
li'VJ ., diaaapolis. and. Sundays exoepted. to
Chicago. Arrives at LogansportSSS A. M.: Peoria
6:86 P. M.; Chicago 1 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terra Haute 10.-50 A.M.: Evansville 10.-00 P. MJ
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.; Csiro 4:15 A. M.: Pana 3:14 P.
M.: Alton 7:13 P. MaaLonia 8-io P u . ur...
aJ?; P '4l. Louis v.lle:4.3Q P. M.j KaahvUle
4.-00 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. w '
Passerigers by this train-reach St.' Louis 4K aad
-;ij', Cnicage B hears akead of any other , .
route. ' - "
State Koowi Jjleeplrtfj' Ccursi
v, M f-' RUN IN THIS TRAIN . -
FROMu PITTSBURGH TO IN DIAJTAPOLIS
i WITHOUT dHAifGE , ,
Ae Call for Tickets via Logansport brRietimonrT
A9e. liekatafnraaliiat I . m.,. mnd. PlMnm Itiiuta
Columbas. and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offioea. . .
F. CHANDlrBtVOenlTieket Agent.
'-J..lfc. LCJS1S. Genera) SaparintonaVsa
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
ot
Three Trains LtaveCslsmtai rtTaa
Depot), sjaily (HunAaira Hxeeptaa XI
.t ;: i u nl '
2UO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
ZanesviUe at 4:30 A. M Bell aire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at H0 A. At.; Washington City at 3-Sjf
1 i:iO A. M.' LIGHTING EXPKESS-A rrrvir'a
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M: Bellaire at 30 P. AU
Dwumur. iiijia, ja.; n aeungwn tilty at ..
A.M.
I'm siU ttC
e.00 P. H. EXPRESS MAIUarriviaratZaB
ville at 4:45 P,
M . Kll.;-. . aa P
M.: Bi
Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M
W ashisgton City at 5:45 p. M.
- '. ''- i .. ,IA..Iir- 'i.i.ilie:
StS. These trains are from IWOj to SIGHT, hears
ia advance of all, other route-to, Baltimore and
Washington.
Close eonnectiens made at Baltfmore and" Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Yorki.
' Passengers' Jiolding throagh. tiokets to KasterA
maesharathapriTilegeof,.;,, ..,,,-,..,..,1 i ;0
ff Uiit .:: L'li: ' '.s'.ift
Visiting Washington . City Frep,
.T.
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-.r.-T a-
ftb Change of Cars at Ohio River
.-:ks ::.ii .n.Sft.!- Id ;ci a: .i.-'v-t. -rf T,;j.(i
" ' '5": ' ; ; ' -'''-.' -tj-i-i r :-.tem
Aalc Fear TICKETS wla. BELLAIR.
'I : lii-.'U T.i':' f-.:..-.v J.f
JNO L.WILSON. MssterefTraasportatioa.
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, GenT Passenger Agt,
;rmayl8 - . 7TT
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1 ' ' . -ix t-'- f ..till
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Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
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RAILROADS.
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On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1868, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus '
FOB, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAHt0,! flij.
-. . JiUUXB, v&ixvn, Atiuiuaunii, aji-
-oil
. DIANAP0LI8 As CHICAGO,
if:-.,
Withou (change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN-
, DLAJNAPU1.1B and CM1CAUO. .-
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' Connections are reliable aa follows
' ' FIRST TRAIN (Daily). " '"'
1
Leaves at l:SO A. M. for Cincinnati. Circlerilla
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill ieothei steps at Lon
don, Xenia. Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 80 a. m. ' - - -
. 8EC0ND TRAIN. , y(.
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L laves at 5 TOO Al M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
- Kiehmond.indianapoliaand Chicago, aad stopa at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Cedarviile.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon. Fosters, Leveland. Milfbrd.aa.
riving at Cincinnati at 105 A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boats, '.'l ... --ui-i
r ; ;: 1 thIrd .trainC f; ''"
',' (Daily except Sundays.) 1 !'''
lieares at 18:85 P. M for Cineinnatf. IMytoB M
, Sprirgrield, via Xania. arrivipg at CirsnianaU at
6:10 P. M. .,,-,;
-: ':';.-. , ' FOURTH TRAIN,. '
.T.:i . o J -
;, , - .4 , f.,!""1" -p. ouofaya . ,. ,r
Leaves at 15:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Davtotl ifld
its
Wa
Dpringae.a via lioadoa, atopping at aitoa, n asi
Jefferson. . irfindon.. Booth CBarteston- oelma,
Ce,-arVille. Aenia. Morrow and bovelaud, and I
rivinc at Cincinnati at 10)01 . AUitf. j ,-V
f FT ,'Ufg f.ltT' i M oi ." thj 719
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Sl.eeplna; C
on'all Wl-ht''TralB'a,
HENRY BROOKS. Tidtet Agaat.1
JNO. W. DOHERtY.gent. .
TntJiir TTTD & TOT,4' "
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9 nponntaBiMV
IfMsfatTlrwi Al
ue'i t lCKot asriv wn
triaylS
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
iii. a -."fati jafa dle BotTi?; i
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T.min. in. attaa .Jaa 90Ll,..l:ar tnlu -.111 .
foiiow c r: r
Leavi t H.Yf rtxTjjo:-i Daill.
(PastLtna
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nTiry- ;. Vt 5f Spf jS.', a
iP-'w-
Stoahentill.S:OPA.JisrlPiM.ij SJAfiJf.
Arrive at.
rVeshtrrgh Lf.il 10 Ai'MV 'fcaTS'TH-V nl 7K P: H.
HarrBbBrshMl-sP. M, 13:30 P,MjI, eiUA.M.
PhiladelpMaT: 1:35 A.M. 40 P. M . tSS A. M
New . York.l0S AfM S:ts PtvM. -takes A. M,
Baltimore..... 6:45 A. M- 6:20 P. M, 12:30 P.M.
WashTiigton."; 96'A'. M. 9:5 Pl'M. '4 Pi M.
Boston 5:00 P. M 13raoJ'il..
Elegant stateroom sleeping ears on all night trains,
-i Oer the Fast Libathe Celebrated -Bilrer Palace'
day and nigbtcars are ran through from Columbas
to Philadelphia and New York without ebanteTiltl
. a taMODEers by the i Mi Suodaj traaa
arrive in Mew York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantag rsevar before ofiered. "i.) t i, jan
4-? rtrrfv .
dU)b eetfeket A g't" Renhen ville; b J
n .WtWiCARJi. Sapri!,tot.tenbviV,,A?.
itn tOJilsti-wl "' fTleaeeAaerAOalmhaaJlU
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:l ..fl '. -it .il l,.'..ri. fulTi.i. . ..ltl -r:j
-W4 as BBOcaaidiALBa. BOeTO.v i a4
aTw, M 4-1 fOi.. .JJfc'Q.jPifASJtf,,
sTtatai. VaflaftaV - VaT g . aW a . a--a .
Wholesale Grocers
i rtl 5g Od V)'1JO-DAlArBSMri;. J
sswi 0ioxAii8:,EU0A3ii1T0T4AiAigji
-n fekt4!tii(a.lU)ffaa,.T
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