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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
4 Showing tbe arrival and departure of sraini at Co
ilnCUnUaA. D-aliem-a a... .A-riamltl H. M. -,
lit :i ."' 1 i ! ' .1 liMi 1 1UITI1
ft. Y. A Western Express.
1:10 A.M. 1:00 A. M
N.W Ynk If i.i... ,..11-10
11:10 1. M
Mail Ind sprees. S-JO V. M.
-ii lleiewwre Aoeotaraodeiioe.. 6 P. M.
3c IfcU rwaeamfidstisn..... 5.88 A. M.
' 8:10 P.M.
10A( A.M.
JSP.M.
' .. TW" tralalaavee Sunday morning not Monday,,,
;TTV- i ' J i, i . I 4 U .-tall. T.L' iToim . . 1 i
J! 'tJtMNatktttlColals Xeala R.K."
Of . I'MK .-ir. LBAVB. ARRIVE.
NirhtExer-M. ........ .'Is A. M. WA.M
UiaetDaM AoooajmoaAUM- 5:00 A. M. JS P. M.
Ipr..v.M I'M. 11.-0B A. M, ,
r...Tc..-;..... ....... . (i:is r. w. ' i r.
-,-i JJIO. W.-iJOl-BRTI. Agent. '
"ajo! . ; ait JHwIeloa.. ., . J -i - i
d 1 tti.i. ir.t-n... i M
Lightsis Kxprese... 11:16 A. K. 4:45 P. M
Express Hail. P. M. 11 JO A. M.
rcy I ill '.T-t 'A BMW) . Akvnc,
-1 Oela.awte.ie, Chiewaw oao. Im-Lias. Cam.
i ITIfM Bxwreae........
Anoaanawlatina. ......
., Wevtera Express.. -.
LIATl. ARR1VB.
.ri:85 A. M- ' :15 A. M.
. IH46 A. M.- 1:58 P. M-
. P. M. T0 P. M. .
JPeyxprees..,-
i.m..nu r. - 11.VU A, M.
.: Q.'A. Hyx, Agent :
g aaa.akr MaHal)ewjrh.,B.
'Trains leave Newark aod arrive aa follow- .,,
. '" . . c .-I ' . ,' lAT. . , ARRIVE.
; Freight..............1......,,.. 6 OS A.M; ID P.M.
: Mai. aod SxfiM.....-.:....I.MA.H. .85 P.M.
MMeldExirese P.M. a. A.M.
!? -i A-.W.D.tHltvAent.i
. .rMkauYfc Cincinnati .. .Lets, la
JC.f-.l-li !-.ilV. . I. : L4ti. o Wl.1
Raw Tr Exrcw. - a. M. : 11:16 P. M.
LUfltniBa Kxpraat......lidO A- M. ' 0 P. M.
, Xul and Ezpnaa P. it 11:63 A. M.
IMmoD Aoeoamndation 60 A. M. ' 60 P. M.
r- - m a York Kxnram raa dally. ' All ethar trains
n mn daily, axoept Sunday. -
. Ucouioa Aooommodatio itaita from ; freicbt
'.s "ir;'r;'vJ0Hir B.'PKTii8jAKent.'i
-niH y4i: Sii.i :l; . i
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
wf '-f'J ",: ! ' inrmi," otosM.
KaotaM : Tlirrwrt Mailt. A. M. r. a. a. M. r. '
ria StoabooTilla aad
Pitaiknnra. TS.)0 TJ0
-Xaftawocl, ia FV W1-. i . ;' ''
.Cbioaco.Tia C
" t! ll V B
P..U1S, ,.,JU.1
4:15
LiUlMiami BJU ToTp' "j . Yj Ha
'7':3
LlUJaMiajni R.R..WBT. HJOt...,.
110" 7 JB
t" I. R Wttv
t C- A 14 tbronch and
Porumoutb.. ............
7 J1.-00 .,7:J0-
v;
Ohio... ......if
Xaat n ay. National Boad. 10:30 . . V6
"ifcF? WaW-- r v ( "J '.A
Ttllo. Ac 10 .... .... u 1M
Horth CoJaaibaaaadCnia-i'' i-J'.1.'.
t Mb i nctoB CJL, ia Har
nsbarc (tn-woemy
arriraa MoBdayi' Wod
aaadayi, A Friday;, aad
laaTaa Taaedaya.TBia-
.... m
...
il.-i-inii )
if:,'!! 'I'TfU'T
- Cmtra V illaira. iW-woefci
13k. ... T..' " ftia
lyj l aoaaayi. i aanaayBi
A. ami IU(..M1.u
" OrriCB Hocbs. Olfioe opona at IX o'oloek A.
and elcsoa at 7i r. m. eunaayt.opejua.a, ja,
aod eloaea at K- A.M. J !
ob at aj r. jb. i r i
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
FROM MARSEILLES.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
MARSEILLES, Oct. 27, 1868.
t The gramttet dangerron bf country
fn tbepresetil condition rf Spain springs
jk tb itnpatienceof its pwa children.
S'b liotheAas of tho Dimiocnitic party
witt tiermheur ia mind the wholesome!
Italian prorertj. thAf heW hH ;goea islow-j
want to do in weeks the work of years;
li&i4o.tM hoped this mvwwe impetnosi-i
:6rn,lWiit tinniotity will be'Vebeck-4
'ed. ia 'fiipe'.'jThe BecVestopqnests.aro!
jeiAhoaWi wWLaiVMt i gradually!
achieved. Olazaga is a sincere partisan'
of religions libertyi and , those; are great-!
Hj,jn Jhe.wrong wboyjprge. jiim fasWfor-i
Var.tlwn Ja desires to gi 4hns; imper
illing the hannony.whicb baa hitherto,
prerailed Anltuig all the .rTiou9 pwrt'cai
parfiejf ii'jDpinl 'toSiict ,tho r$v
olatioulB y'if! vdeputatiojiti that lateJy
Dressed him on thm subiect, "Content
yonrseeSrfeTTea, fbf 'th'e'esent
yifltthe jlWiIettf'Wigus I
priLy, -Hereupon:' appeared,; a virnr j
WtArt'ieie ia a i Radical jouraal, aeouav
tbgbh fiKacrtBary ten3,Hncie8? 'If
is njneb more probablts tnat,ttie , aitacK
proceeds rojn,ineri 4wbo Voqeef f heuj
twndencwft under tbermask'iof textiggevi
ated patriqtisnf.' Until.' there; , ; be'
i .fcbssibility';f;if r regular1, legislation,
complete tolerance, recognized ' and pro :
Maimed itt'-princile by the Provisional j
Crbrernmehr of 'the 'country! ' Already, i
et)iei?.hfortav,Ba that bibles are being :
laawiy.leirculated by TOalaaar'ageota: of J
evanglicalsocietieg, and the Jnwa, y'if (
IeAk',vp6n. jtle, Establishment an4 j
prfijniaea; "ftf the- new. , -gOTernraent as so
secure a pledge that thoy, too, ar pfe-i
paring to return t&n Jthe .country from
which tneLave. een exefrided for.een- j
turiesy the' 'suicidal policy of bigoted '
- TJerB'i A:VieBna letter says that Jews j
longfTWttled inf-' Bobemia, whither they
jmigrat.eil fronj fipain, are on the eve of
returning to the laod: of their Torefatbersu
If .H 'b Ieraelit? i rf similar origin !
adopt the i same resolution; Spain.will be ,
rlyiaidbT a motly multitude..; ,', In Con'-"
ntaaopU And , other Turkish towns.
tkeTB- are numbirs of Spanish Jews who :
. H't spakr Spanish by preference., '
Thousands' taora1 areJ to ' be foundr jar
Tetuara ani other African cities, many
C thentwealthy still more of ithem-iu--dustrious
and- well-to-do, and who will
4 likely enough to seekin Spain great-,
er security 'than .they can hope ever to
enjoy in their present abodes. Whether
or B6,frEe thB lloor of the legend, they
still .retain the key of.tbeir , old bouse.
dpera in .Granada, Seville or Cordova,
itfi certain thTt 'lnaDynf them warmlyi
cherish the memory, or rather the idea;'
of Ihe- Jani'inj.rhicU .their ' Ancestors
Ipndwfsl&IiiKjn ,tuv.'t . . !
Another question, inv which there is
danger of an attempt to over drive will-;
ing horses', id,, (hat 6f negro' emancipa
tiqj, and many otherwise intelligent :
men: display mere seal than discretion in
that ' matter.1 ''The' Cubans ' are by ' no
means nfiwifling la entertain the idea of,
negro emancipation and to meet its pro-,
maters half way; bat it is Upon condi
tion that it should be brought about
without ruinous precipitation, and with
a fair regfard fo'thilntereBfs of the slave
holders. Tbe! eitreme tfoctrine of the
immediate emancipation of all slaves, is
highly unwise and impracticable, and ah
agitation in that -Sense will tmlyfiroduce
opposition ob 'the, part of , the Cubans,
and be likely to retard, instead of accel
erating' -theo desired object. - A decr'ee
hag already set . free all -slave children
. born since date of the revolution, and ft
few years must.be allowed to gradually
release the whole bedy-of slaves. Al
though It tfis "announced in-; various
quarters that England,, France nd Por
t igal bad' resumed: their relations with
tbe-iSpaiiigb Governmeut, - some 'doubt
was still felt oni this "head, but it has
been anticipated by the manner in which
the ConitUutiond of yesterday mentions
tb I fc tv adding i Papal ' Nuncio
to the list of those diplomatists who
have been authorized by their Gov
ernments ? thus, Oi xecogniae,. thai nw
order of things. It .is satisfactory
tsii thit the' British Government; has
made up its mind, to a step, which It was'
expected to take ratberaooner.ri The
particularly good understanding between
ft atvfr Hhe-Tmteries, bpoB which there
was' latelr aa atteapt to cast! doubtl
V. -r .1 'i iT;a U-ic--"
could nardly baTe been better evinced
th'a'ifMJiffhe;. 2omjlai8ance,',witb which
the, Foreign office in London has in tbia
instance bided the time of the Emperor
of the Frsncli, making' its action Wait
upon bis1 "will. , Youf may rely upon it
tbat the deliberation thus shown, in re
coenizine the neworder of things which
looks to England more than to any other
country for encouragement and moral
support baa caused some disappointment
at Madrid, while the undue- obsequious
ness to the wishes of a friendly court has
made a bad impression upon many who
hoped-better tilings,, and t who 'cannot
help; comparing the tardiness ot the
present English Cabinet with the hearty
and enconraHus- rjromntitud a Palmm-
' r -sr.". : V"
stou or a V'aredon woQld nave been like
ly to show under similar circumstances.
MEDICAL.
The Orant Medicine Ar the Skln.enrea
; i.:Wtthat nai. every klad or an- .
otchtly ernpUen r (he fhee,
- il er Itehlnar. irrltotfaw. ' ':
, m i 'tacreaalnK ratuewn i
dimac on may put ! ,
of the peraeaut m-;:::
"Jit IrtramrfJ, nlinti me. of lint niorHf"V trnrt
?m V "0P looking quita liken mi," writM
thijrlw E. Nol.lo, Oeucnil Agent of Mich. Oatral
E. 1.3 Bruedwy, N. Y. '
' " We ftwrf it . iMMotttnhla mfu Enr Ttl ah n
- ,wri(? Iliiikj Bro DruggintB, Fairfirld, lowm.
iflti tried pour mhuihle remedy for Barber
Jteh yeith great eneceee1 writes C. W. ljlimout. of
XMmiiwtnr, Man. . . v.-j. . . : - :
1 ' SBd' for circular. '
Prico, 73 cti. ami ft. 00.'
i Preparwl onljr by .
'80t,ON PALMER. "" ,
3S Wort Fonrth Street, tMoclnnati, a
"' Tor ! by DrngghU generally.' " ' '
apni doodAwly ' : ' ""V1'.' "')
u. A PERFECT CURE ;
For ! Dyspepsia, Fever and . Aeuei "Ac U
' dity of the Stomach,, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, ncart-DBrn jaundice,- and , au
Itliaeasea arising from A disordered 'state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.; ' I
"'rTrepitred by ,Sbwaiu Bbmtut,
.Inigguts BuSdo, N.; Y. ; Sold by all
ItdngpifaW uJ .b bile .:..-.! -r:T !
8. fc. SAM DEL A Co., Wholesale Agents ' -! '
BB-ap4-daoAwift r '
, AWPWIiOlSOeHY OB MAkKlaUL'. A NW
'ocasa ok LBOTCHaa. aa delirerod at tba Aew
fork Maaenm of AnatomT. enibraoina tho anb-
feet. Ho tolivoand what to-Nre for; footb.
Maturity and Old Ate; Manhood general y rariow
ad : Tba caae .of iDdiiiaation. flatalonoe and Ner
vous diseases acoooated fpr vJaarriaea p. llosoph
ically considered, Ae. '
Poobot volumes eoptaininfr .these lectures will ba
forwarded to parties onable to attend, on reeciptof
four tttmpa, by addressrac 8KCRETARY, Kia
Von WcsiFii or Ahatomt aud Soibncb.
BbDWt NFW VnI., 1 i VHT-febS8lT i
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F . ; A. ; & , Li
LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AND DEALEkB EN.
A XrO.H E S ,
.. JJ -BII.Yk.R'ia.6! v U
3-.Sr. hi- .lA l '. '--I
PLAI'KD WABF
cartes;
. - a w- r
CUTI.ERT, .'- ''"'
POCKET-BOOKS aad " ..T . ;' ' s''
3l".'r'-ir.9f.r" OPERA 6I.ASES.
Keepoonstaatly on band a targa aesartment of .
Seth Thvoaiaa' Watarwaiy Cock.
For toe obbinr and Retail Trade.'' Also, Agents
fn thai
ittflici calender clock.compasy.'
Wateb Makors'Ioobj and Materials. Watch Glass
es it reocn and Uenera) in all supply at - .
:t --.l r'l ' . . aowaes..; .. ..-
iW All orders vromotl nlJed and aatisfaetion
guaranteed, .tt-- I ' .: - -" :
.ST ( W-F..A. li. liftaWUBiKHUA,-- '
febleVeodly Ho. 71 South High St., Col ambus. '
JOHN- SCHNEIDER,
t..,,.,tllin H ," n,.f.,T
WATCHES, CLOCKMEWELBf,
MCSlCAfi iNSTROMENTS, lc
179 Heuthr High atreet. Columbus'. 0.T Keoairing
earafally done and , warranted., v . m;7-eod6m
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
lb aU teiom tt may Ccmcern: . , ,
,-., : .,..-4 3- CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, .
. . CoumBus,. Oct. l JH8.
WM4Ut. Va.W.,lia.4-nw.UJ. V I .
loetituted in the City Council of Columtrai, for
uiaKioa irnv loiiunii s impruvonienis, vo-wi.; .. - .
' Koraradinaand oavina the nno&ved sidewalVs.
gutters and erossings on Tbiird' street from North
street to North Poblie lano '
-Also, lor repaying the side 'Rs on tne eastslia
of Front street from the north east vomer of rront
and Town streets to a paint 86 feet north of Town
street.
Alto, for traveling "louta street .from Sixth
street to Seventh strert.
Also, for gradieg and graveling the roadway of
Maple street frnmHigh street to Water street.
Also, for buildina a.- double row fln&r ernsslna
across Noble street on the east side of Hi eh street.
Also, to survey ana ttsge on south street tram
East Public lane to the eastern boundary (f the
The same to ba done In aooordanca- with plats
and estimate" to be prepared by the City Civil En-Kin-
er, and filed ia the uffiee ef the City Clerk.
ah persons claiming damage on- account oi saia
proposed improTements, are -required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
netora- the - tuttt-day ot ueceuiDer, A.U
18G8. .rc f rt i i
.... u WlltSUN
oet3S-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To U chom it auiy concom : - a t ' ' '
" ' 'J. : ' COLTXBUoV C Oot. 26, .la0&. J
I :..... ,k.ln.i....a .rn.i.u... v.
IU.UMIWU 111 VHBUI.J WMUWU V. UUHUU,WI UiU'
ina the followiDE imDrovements.ta-wit: '
ror grading tneaofth belt ot ferry street from
Riffh street to the eoFperation line.
Also, for grading and paving the gutters and
grading and graveling tne roadway ana side
walks en Mound street from Washington avenue
lotne east line ot lot no. 10.
Also, for a doable row flag stone pavement across
Monnd street noon the west side of Hizh street.
The same to be done in aesordanee with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, ana niea in tne omce oi tne uity iviera.
AM oersous elatmina damages on aecount or said
PToooeed improvements, are reauired to file their
claims in the office of toe Clerk, in writing, on cr
oetore the itteentn day oi jjeeemoer. a. V
A. E. WILSON.
.oetao-dltawaw- City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
7o all vkom it may conceem-e '
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
.-rT-CoMTMBTja. O.. Nov. . leiiS.I
Notice Is nereby erven that proceedines have haan
Instituted In the City Council of Columbus, for
makinc the following improvements, to wit :
fa-'ott laying a double row flag stone crossing across
Center alley oa tba aorta side of Long street.
Also, for building m double row flag crossing
across South Pabiie lane at the; west aide of High
street.!! . v i
Also, for tjuilding a double row flag crossing
across South street at the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to oe prepared Bytne vityuivuingineer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All parsonaeiaitnina? ilamaa-M on HAAonnt nf amid
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
omura Hi awan.y-niin nay oi JJeoemDer, a. v.
- L. E. WILSON.
: noradltaw4w- t ,-City Clerk.
HOTEL.
ST, JAl-IES HOTEL,
" Fourth Street, near Mala, .
':; ..-, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BESRYvP. EliAS, - -Proprietor
rpHIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO-
jl catea ana eonvenient .to onsiness. sua tu au
points of travel, is the most deeixiable stoppina
Place fdr oeraons vieitinr the eitv. .fio pains will
I be spared to maka. ut tJ at guaeta pleasant in
at
i r -
i
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE ' PLACE TO BUY
LAMP GOODS, ' i -
Kerosene Chndelie-s. ' ' ' ."''.
Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps,' i
' f ! ' ' ! i . . Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and bast kind' of Burners, Chimnevt,
Wicks, or anrthing in tbe Lamp line, for, lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwellings, is at
li MoBKNRY A Cn.'SDeeot.
Nos. 8 East Fonrth aad 163 Main street,
'..; Cincinnati.
cas fixtures! ;-
Gai Chandeliers. ., '. i '
, - Hall Lights. ' , ' '
Bracket Lighto, "- S
t i. Portable Lights. '. .
. . -j ..- . Ceiling and
. . , . , , , Window Reflector Lights,
' ' 'T' ' . . Shsdes. Globes,
' ';:! ' Smoke Bellg,
Or anything in the Gas FixHre line, is at
; l , . .MoHaKKY A CO.'S Depot. ,
' PIPE AND FITTINCS. !
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Ualvaniaed). ,
Cast-iron Soil Pipe, ., ,
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe, 1
.i Malleable and last-iron Fittings,
) . Steam Valves, Stop Cocks, .
. ,i Uas, Semceaud ..
'' Jv Meter Cocks, Ao.,0.0.,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at
McHKNKY A CO.'S Depot,
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps, .
Lift and Force Pumps,
Beer Pumps. Garden Pumps, Ac, !
- T-r - - Bath-Tabs. Closets.- - -- ;
,t. v , Wash-stands. Wash Trays,
, Bath Boilers. Sinks,
Ac, Ac, Everything in tha above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern price, at
- MCHENRY CO.'S Depot.
. -'r. ' a ' 1 -5 -'''
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw.cutting Machines, Stocks and Dies. Prills,
Reamers and Taps, Patent Pipe Cntters, Pat
ent and . Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Me'er and Burner Plyers, Gas Fitters' Au
gers. Cbisels, Ac. Ae. Kverrtbing in tbe above
lineal wars on bead and for taleevtlhe manufactur
r's trade rates, at i . !
. McHENBT ;m& CO.'S, '
Me), Eaat Fourth dc 162 mstlti -Street,
O Crt-eep30-wSm " -i ; ClSCISirATI.
Times of Holding CourtH
in the Fifth. aTnoiciol Dis
trict ot Ohio for 18GO.
The State of Ohio.l '.,' : ", '
Franklin eoonty, J ' "'
r T, H.aHaPAKD, CLERK OF THE
Xej Coart ef ComBtaor Pleas -within and for said
eounty, do hereby certify that the following order
ly taken and eorrectly copied from the lournal
of said Court, to-wlli . i, . -. ,, ; i
Time of Molding Courts in the Fifth J udicial
o i JM$ttet of OAto for IWJ.,: ,, r '
- It Ir hevebv ordered that thAerder heretofore
made en the 18th day of September. A. U. 1868.
issued, firina the davs of tha eommencemant of
tba Courts of Common Pleas and District Courts
ot said Judicial District, be hereby amended, and
that the District Courts an i Courts of Common
Pleas for tba. year A. D. 1869, shall begin in the
several eonnties of the Hfth Judicial District of
the State of Ohio, at tha times following :
DISTRICT COURT. . '
Midion, Mav4th. I Fayette. May Hth. i
Franklin, May th.! Rosa, August 31st. .
Piokaway, May 10th. I Highland, Sept. 3d. j
Adams. Seot. 6th. 1 I Brown. Sent. 8th. :
Clermont, Sept, 13th. ' r ' mT
irf 1 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.' "
; Brown. February 9tV. June 1st. November to". !
Adams, January S7lb, May 8th. September tlst.
I Clermont. January Stb, June 28th, Ootober fith.
. Highland- Jaimary.l2th, May 18tb, October 13th.
kots. Janoarv 36th. Jona 1st. November Id.
t: Fayette. Februarr 23d. Jane th September
Slst. --no ;t ..-.-:'... "; ! i. -,.( .
Madison. February Id, Vay 18th, October 19th. :
Pickaway, March 8th. June 15th, November Sd.
' Franklin, February 16th. June 1st, November
ISth -i. :. ; ;..... i , . .
. In witnaaa wharanf WA bavat hmnnta metk nn.
, . , 1 ' ALrKBIl S. DlirKEY,'
D S DICKEYS
SHBnRN. - Judges.
I OLDS. ,,:! i .-;.. .js
-' ' " .-t. n
JOSEPH
In testimony Whereof I have hereunto sub4
.. scribed my 'name and affixed the seal of
EBALJ said Court at olumbus. this 30th day
of October, A. D, 1868. - '
T. S. SHEPARD, Clerk.
Ootober-3.1.1868. . , v oot31,dltw3w !
Sherift's Sale.
Wm. G. Blynn - ') Court of Common Pleat
.r -.. vs ii .jrj, - oi
Thomaa B. Blynn et al.) ' Franklin oonnty.
tc: k I,, i , (in. partition-) . . - ..-i j
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated case, to me directed. 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the eonrt house, in tba
city of Columbus. on - . , .
Saturday, tbe 28 Ji day of November, A.D
, a sr, jut! ii-i ' .- : ,1
at o'oloek P. M. of said flav. the following de
sri bed real estate, situate in Franklin oouaty. State
of Ohio, to-wiu . . .
Lot number nne(l or a subdivision of outlots of
the eitv of Colnnibus. numbers fiftv-nine (5t).
sixty (60) and sixty-one (6').- nad by Saonel Me
darylas per plat thereof recorded in book 8, page
634 of -the reeoTdd of deds ef s.id eounty, being
tha same premiseeeoBV-yed to William Blynn by
1 homes S. Baldwin, by dsed. dated. April. 33d. A.
D. I860. ; ' " '--'i
Terms of Sale O-vthin eah on day ef sale.
one-third ia one jean, au,k. one-third in two years
ti-areafter, witb interest Irom said day ol sale, tne
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises told. - ' -J
Apptaisert att)ii.ona. '.j,. i t : -a in!")
Printer' foes $13 75 . . v '-. :,
. GEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff, . ;
B J. 8: Btn-i,. Deputy. '. '
' J. W. Balbwih, Att'y.r:"-'"'''" oetSA-dltAwtd ,
- ; Sherift's Sale. i it
1 Newell P. Mix, - V Court of Common Plea
va. . . . ii i .:.-' of ..n- u
Michael En gel et al.) .. Franklin county. 7 .
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE JN
tbe above stated cafe tmm .said court, to me
dirroted, I Will s erf--sal' at the door of ine court
home, i tbe eit-it C 1 nn' u. on i
Saturday," t)i,! 2'-ili'.'H,i'fN- vfinlier, A. P.
fit i: ' " IfgKv .! i -
at i 'o'cfoekrM., the fo .owing de.'cribrS real cs-
U. to-witi ' " ' .
. Tha south half of lot number seven ia Horn A
Jennies' addition to the city of Columbus. Ohio, as
pr recorded plat tnereoi reoordea in piat recora
No. 1, rage 175, being the same premises conveyed
to said Magdalene fcnael by Noah W iggina, by deed
dated May. 13tb, A. D. 164 ...
Appraisea at i.oo. .
' Printer's fees 11 00. ' . .
"... . GEORGE H. EARHART.
t . Sherifl and Matter Commissioner.
. By J. S. Bet. i.. Deputy. , , ;
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. . oct24-dltwtd
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
.FOR ONE DOLLAR...
Kott Can Buy Every Detcrlptian al
DRY AND FANCY GOODS, ;
SILVER-PLATED WARE, Ac.
OEKI) FORClRCfJLiK.OlVIVtil liliL
O particulars, or send OS E DOLLAR and receive
ten cnecRS aeecnoinr ten aiaeren, eriicitsa, wuio.
we will sell fx Om Dollar aoh; and as a Com
MI8SIOM to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 30, . . .
Fof $3, 30 checks and 20 yd&v Eheeting,
For ' $5, 50 checks and 30 jd.' Sheeting,
For $1U,1UU checks ana w yas. crieeuiig,
nlk MotAmm nn.llv valnahte.
Should the artiole named oa the Cheeks not be
desired, a selection can be made from our Ex
chaigk List, which is greater than that of any
other house; and as our goods are acknowledged to
be superior to any other coneern. we know that after
patronising us once, you win cuuvmu, iw
Male and female agents wantedeverywhere.
DOA'T FAIL TO SEND FOB CIRCULAR.
'' Adar,M" 1 LABONTE A BABBITT.'
i 83 Sudbury St., Boston, Mast.
BOvtMrtt-BB-r
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
-RTTf-!S:i3YE
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rRiit RntsiG THE TEETH OF THE
K flrst importance to health, comfort and beauty.
we cordially invite yon to call at our pleasant ueu
- V ia Cu, lt,n.l .IrMt .
Your intelligence will discriminate between tbe
ignorant pretender ana mo pruieriy hu.hucu wou
.:. . i
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with oom
'Jrtandserve the purpotas of speech, mastication
-iAeanty. As Dentists we aim to be the J.and
. nit1! ll that's goo. . '
Teetb extracted without pain. . y7-w6m
Legal Notice.
ASA CrfOMER, W HO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
tha' Sousan Cromer did, on the 3d day of Novem
cer" 1868. file her petition in the office of the Clerk
of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
eounty of Franklin and Slate of Ohio, charging
the sail Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last past, and
aking that she m be divoreed f rom said . a sa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
ni.wtioh petition will aland for hearing at the
next term of said Court. . . ...: .,.
Dated Noven-ber 4th. 18oD8AIf
By W. A. PrRTLgBAUGH. her Alt'y. nov3-6w
I
- Emollient Cream.
nnuii nrlieHTIULANDEIECtNT
X. preparation, introduced last winter; having
received so many flattering eommendatiocs from
those who used it. induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the pnbhe, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled aa the best protector of tbe skin
against tbe iuoWmeney of the winter-season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
... k...t. knt aUn eondaces to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face. Lips, or Itougnness ot tbe Skin,
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delightiul fragrance reader iv a necessary appena
ee to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPLE ft
K1TSON. ispensing Chemists, loo. South High
street, Columbus, Obie..-i nov4-doodAww
GOtJNTV BOlKD SCHOOL EX A ITU.
NKRS' MKETINGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin eounty meet at the Probate
Court Room en the last Friday and Haturdavo
each month in the year. Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of tbe spring and fall months. .
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BOOK & JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
PROPRIETORS.
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Nos. 36, 38 .1 40 North High St,
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COLUMBUS, OHIO
The attention the lasimwa Publio oBlled to
. the tuperiorfaoilitiet of this Establishment.
. , Wahaye jn eonstant ut ,j
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Eleven Steam r Power, Presses
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BEST AND LATEST- KINDS
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And our ability to gat put work .promptly it ,
tarpaaaed, in the, W eat. . We have lately
made additions to our already
- LARGE TABIE1 Oaf
PEINTING TYPES,
' And We feel confident to satisfy al) who may give
ut a call. Our large fonts of type enable at ,
to do all kinds of .. . .
BOOK PRIIVTIJXG !
,! a the most prompt and excelTent manner, and we
. : call the attention of those wanting anything 1
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IXCGANT SPXaiVfJENS
..;! ,, Tbat we haveexocutod in Jh. past year. 0
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JOB PEIISTINQ !
-The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
it well known to the busiLess community. H,
... aSmpIoying. aa we do. none but the . ' ;
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'X .70 , 1 !-.'( ,
Best of : -Workmen-
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And having a full assortment of ihe
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fcfTEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
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We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction;! a
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ALL KIITDS OF-
Mercantile, s-i- "'' 1
.: RaHroad, 3: r e; 5
. . . . iBank and r;t; n - I
Commercial
,..-' . Printing,
Bill Heads,
Circulars, .
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Blanks of all kinds.
Drafts,;;. .;;;!.',
' Cards, t . ,
. Letter Heads,
Checks,
.., .- ...n : -in fact.'
EVERY mD . OF JOB PRIXTIXG
Heeded by tbe business publio..
We also 'keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KIHDS
Than any other Printing Bouse ia the oily tuch aa
m si per Royal, " Medlttm,',
Demy, l;ji u";;: :, CrtwaCtp,
Of the best qnafitiea, and, purchasing thenj at wa
., do. directly from the manufacturer, we art)
enabled to do our work at correspond- ' ,
, , lugly low rates. Ws are Sole ,
i.i -- .r.i Agentifof the - ,.: v?;
,.t : . -n'l i. ! -. i -if.
i CELEBRATED ' PAPERS
OF'i'r"
PL4.T1VSB S& POBTEB
BLANK BOOKS.
; We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
! manmfaetnred by ut. We are prepared Co 1
- - .1 ." -J ' 1111 all orders for ' i i ;i t'f
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' Journ n.1 m, . . . !
Owtth , Book
: And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
' oaks are all done in the bast style of paper. rul
ing and binding, and we oha lehge competition in
thialine.. . .. . .. . .. . . r. ...
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GITE US,
HmyiNS & mtors,!
, S8 fc AO,Ioi-tliHIKI. Street
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MISCELLANEOUS j
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THESUCQESS
Of our ONE DOLLAR SALE hat caused such
A. COMPLETE
Tht In order to suddIv tbe demand occasional! bv
eur constantly iacrtiasine natronase. wa. have re
eantly made imp irtati ma lor the Fall Trade, direct
trom turopean Man lacturers,' . ' -' M ;
Amonntin? to Nearly : $500,000,
So that we are ereoareol tn' sell everv HeaRrintifin
of Dry and Fanny Uoodn, Silver Plated Ware, Cut,
lery .Watches, Album. Jeweln. A 6 of better qual
ity tbauaay other coneern in tne country for the
uniform price ot uati IJULLiAK r Ult l-.AUU AR
TICLE. Tbe best of rloBton and Mew Vork refer
tnceeaiven.s to the reliab.iitv of our hr.use. and
that our business is conducted in the fairest and
most legitimate 'manner--possible,, and that we
give greater value for the money than can be ob
tained .ia any otner way. All uoods damaged or
broken in transportation replaced ithout charge.
Cheoka describing artiolrs sold sent to aaents in
4Jlubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
..... ,A . iu. tk.n;r tw.it.. ..... 1). .
ton or New York W bolesale House. t :ir.
Our Commissions to Agents
Kxoeed those of every other .stablisbiueut of the
ki d, proof of this can be found tn comparing our
premiums with tfaeee of others' for Clubs of the
same site, in addition to which we olaiio to give
better goods of the same cbaractet- We will send
to Atents freeof charse; i
Fob a Club op so and These Dollabs I dot.
good linen Sbirt Fronts: 1 set Solid Uold Studs;
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Coanter-
Eane. large site: 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; SO yards
rown or bleached S- eeting. eood quality, yard
wide; I elegant 100 Picture Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope an It Foreign
Views; 1 ailvfer plated enaraved 6 bottlo Castor; 1
elegant Silk tan, witb Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome headed and lined Para
sol: 90 yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair beat quality Ladies' Serge Congress
Doots; l dosen nne Linen 1 weis; H dozen Kogers
best silver Detfert Forks: 1 Ladies' large real Mo
rocco Traveling Bag: ' 1 fanoy Dress Pattern, K
do'en elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
i dozen Ladies- nne Aienno or vottou oiocKings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring; 1 pair Le
dies'hizn out Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1, Violin and Bow, in box compleU;
1 set Jewelry, pin, eardrops,' and sleeve buttons.
For a Club of 50 and Five Dollars 1 blaok
or colored ttlpaoca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; Engraved Silver
plaud 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid G ild Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Cajrai mere .for Pa ts and Vest 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Sathl Parat !,' heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair (jests'. Calf Boo s; 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleaohed Sheeting,
yard wide er 40 yards yards wide, good quality; 1
l adies' elegant Morocco Traveling; Bag- 1. square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain Norwich Poplin .Dress Pat
tern. IX tarda double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot; 3
yards double width water proof oloth for Cloaking
FOKAlLFBOP 100 AND TlN DOLLARS 1 rich
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
auk Table Cloths and Napkins to match: 1 pair
Cents' French Calf Boots; i heavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher; very fine alt Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 wen very best quality- browd' or
bleached Sheeting; 1 yards fine Cassimere for
suit. 1 e'egant Poplin Dres Pattern; 1 elezant
kiDglisb Beraee Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Berage Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Huntina-case
Watch: 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewina Maahiee:
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with reo-
ord -and photograph 'pages: K5-yards good Hemp
Carpeting, a.tod colors; 1 pair good Marseille Quilti
1 good 6 aarrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur M off and
Cape; 1 sinsle barrel Shot Oirn;. 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles; 1 ver fine Violin and 3ow. in cas.) 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
. Presents for larger Clubs increase in the tame
rait". f
Send Money by Regmtered Letter:
. AW r-end for our new Fell Circular. ,
JW Catalogue of Goods sent to any address freb
i..-.-! ,i .: HRKERA CO,
-i-'!'Hoe 98 and 100 Summer street. Beaten.
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OHIO SAW WORKSJ
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MILL & CROSS CUT SAVVS,
-Ml 1-nuji. HAHD AND Kir BAWBi ""
RirAntnea.' C ABBrtfLtv- awb Ioitptlt ' Done,
. ,;j WOUDUUlbli tc JUef ;. .r
n .1 Hamilton. Ohio, and
H traetoriet 1 ) 333 $40 West 7th St.. Cincinnati. O.
Wareaouse. It. A 14 West td street, Cincinnati. O.
S BHD FOR PRICE LIST. , . rc epS-w3m
!l IIKLCIIKK, JAMES
Great One" Dollar ;8ale.
THE MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF THE
irivii 1 tiiLil? iinniL-Tuv - - J
XV. L.l LJ J.., il 11
rT-Iir. KinAliLESTARTICLK O OUR
,A 1 checks can be exchanged at anj time for a
splendid isrgeuoncertina. or a nve-Dnme revolving
silver-plated Castor, or taentv-four Frenoh Stere
oscopic Views. We have on hand over half a mil
lion dollars' worth of goods.- The largest and most
valuablettock of Linens, -Woolens, Lot tons, r lao
'nels. Dress -Good-. Fanov Goods. Plated Ware. Cut
lery, Meerschaum Pipes. Ac, Ac, ol ANY DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prion.- This never has been done be
fore, aud is causing a oomplett: panto among whole,
salers and retailers, wherever our goods are sent
If yu wish to buy gnedseheap. now is the timet
M e are bound to sell 1 r.verytbing sold at the uni
form rate of ON E DOLLAR EACH. Throe get
ting up clubs for other firms, will do well to stop
bere tney tre, and sena lor our vircuiar. uur in
ducements are double those of Any other concern.
!; , ,,.Agenlt,.l.sok Here!
For a elnb of Thirty and t3 we send one of the
following articles, free of charge: 2 jsrds of
heavy brown or n left o tied yard wide Sheeting;-1
Double Lens French SlerofcoDe. with 34 rich for.
-ian views: 1 Ladies' real Moroceo Traveling Bag:
20 paira Ladies' tine Merino Stockings; 1 genu ue
Meerschaum Pipe, amber mouthpiece, in' splendid
aum ripe, amner moninpiee. in splendid
Violin and Bow in box romplete; Ail-Wool
re f'f pants: 1. pair Ladies extra quality
loots. 1 dozen fine Linen Toaels: 1 Steel
eaae; l.V
i asimere
Cloth Moots.
Carving. Knife and Farli with ivory balanced han
dle, very best quality; Oents heavy chased solid
Gold Ring; Elegant Delaine I Teas Pattern: 1 dosen
heavy silver p'ated white metal Dessert rork; I
dozen RogeiS Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; C Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
20-kejed metal bound Concertina, retails for tlO.
For a club nf Fifty and $5, one of tne following
articles : 1 Web of heavy-brown or bleached yard
wide Sheeting; 1 black orcolo ed Alpaoca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets-, Engraved s.lver
plated t bottle ttevotving castor: 1 set ivory Bal
anced Knives, with silver plated white metal Forks:
1 pair Gents' Calf Boots: 35 ards rood Print: 4
yards doable width Waterproof for Cloaking: 1
Square Wool Shawl; yards very fine Cassimere
ror pants ana vest; dcbuuiui ropun isre?a raiteru
100-Pioture Turkey Morocco Photorraoh Album.
Foraclnbof line Hundred and 810. presents va-
rvina in value from 1S to $38 Club of Five Hun
dred and 50, presenu from 8611 to 4100, Larger
cluos increased in tbe same ratio. Pxemiums tent
with goods- -. ; - 1 . - ' - 1 - '
Circulars free to any address. Send all money
oy registered lerter or mnner order. Aaaress
, ;,, :t. BELCHER. JAMES A CO. M
S ucce? sors to A. S. Hardy A Co..
v ii -7 4 1 Bromfieldstreet. Boston, Mass,
MONEY SAVED.
We are constantly Tjuronanns for cash, in the New
I ora ana oostoa DiarKcts, ail Kinas 01
dry and Fancy kods. si lks, cottons
.boots and shoes. watches. si.w-:
ing machines. cl'tle (y, dkess
, goods. domestic goods. - ' -
, o.. Ac. - . .
Which w are Actually seliir.g at an average price
of One Hollar for r.acu Article.. Our
sales being .strictly tor casb. and our trade much
larger-than that ot any tber similar concern, en
ables us to give Detter bargains tuan can be obtain'
ed Of any other house.
the Ladies ' '
Al especially invited to give 'it a trial?"" "T'""'
Srnd for a Circular and Excsanqe List.
1 Our olub system of se ling is as lollows; For 83
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
20 different articles to be sold for a dollar each; 40
tor 84; 00 tor JB; mo for fin. Ao. Sent by mail.
Gmmminien target-tAdn. thot of and by any other
firm, according to"size"rd club.- Single fountain
and oheck, lOfeents. Mala and female agentt want
ed. eud Jlouey la Hegl.leredl tltera
Send na trial club, and ou will acknowledge
that yon cannot afford to bny gooda of any other
puaw Luarveuwr. r . -
I , . .EASTMAN A KKNDAI L.,
, . . .. 1 -.ir- u Hanover street, Boston, Mass.
pB-n-wtn r us 1 :i,i 1
s fOR SALEgRJXCHJNGE.
rnwrr,LaBiA,oR exohangt? for prop
Lr.hU.Tt im iheitrnf Coiombus, a farm of lot
acres 01 lanu. neat uuawa. the county seat ot rut
aam county, Ohio, and win pa? the rtiffprence, if
any, in cash. Toe land is situate at the corner of
oross roads, naa bouse oe it and twenty or tninj
sores cleared. It is very rich Innd, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and smce buscn
A good bargain will be given WB;
! Offioe. corner of High and Broad streets.
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PASSAGE TO ANO Fn unEtT
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship andSail
inr Packet by weekly lines, at reduced rate?. TAP
rilTT KkOS A CO.. 86 South street. New
YorkTcrontou.toistae; Tickets, available
Vr twelve months, from London Liverpool, ot
Qtown..nd Drafta, payable eu demand, to
Amount, from ! and upaards. ,, - . . , . . . -T".
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TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
;,, Five Train .XttUy ,
.,..',, .- !, ..EXCEPT SUNDAY.- '. ,,f 1
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tha
Little ltliaml fc Col ttni butt A Xemla
.n
21
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbnt At 1:1
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilaad,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
8:20 A. M., New York 7KI0 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday. -
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leavea Colurrbas
at 500 A.M. Will slop at all way stations. This
train starts fro-a the Freight Yard. . . -NEW
YORK. EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at
11.-10 A.M. W ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea.- Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
P. M., New York next day at 8:48 P. M. t
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at 3
P. M. Will stop at Worthiiigton. Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 25 P. M., New York 10430 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODAT10N VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. M. Will
atop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M.. Snrinirfinld
r.-50 P. M.' This train leaves Springfield at 8:40 A.
M arrives at Delaware at t:10 A..J.U; Coloaibus
10S6 A. M. ; ( (
Pa trnt Sleeplttg Oars are ran em ml
Nlgbt 'l'raims te Chicago, 1
- New York aad '
1 lo ; i ' ''I'BtltMt ui.jS.-iii-:- ' i.'fi : '
t-t'W ? ru: ; i.l tt n i' 1 1 ,1 1 r '"' :.r. ; '
aW Baggage checked throngh to New York aad
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New Vork, via Crestline. i i . , j, ,
RETURNING: .
Nlrht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:90 A. M. ,
, Cmoinnsri Express arrives at Columbus p 1 J Jt
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 8:10 P. M. !
Sorinrfield Aooomniodation arrive, at CotnmhnV
1 at loss a- M. -i- -' ,
Fmre eta lew taa by attar Other Route,
.-. t Atk for Tickets via. Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT, ,
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio,
i-.rf 'Ji .;.! f..4j: -JAMKS PATTERSON, j
,. Agent, Column-a, Ohio. .
Columbus. May Ml 1888. .. . 1 t . j '
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FO it
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THE H A. I'Tt .
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i .-: .-I vjumprovea f.;,c ,-, ,
It ii an elegant Dressing for the Hair. -; . !
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. ' '' ' ' '
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy. 'aI ' ;
- It invigorates the Roots of tbe Hair. ' ' J i'
'- It force the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
(il I- ' . '- - : ' ' ' ! -i " 1 ii-f 1 i ,i '
-It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
- . 1 1 : : .- . -I- 11 s ; . . - . ;
D. keeps the Hair from Changing .Color from Age.
It rescorcs Grey Hair to iu.Orixipal Color. i. i r, .
' It bringt out Btir on heads that have been bald for
yean.
. -. . i znt.ti '-' - 1 UT. -lift-: I
I It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
lo but- :.- ;t ...ibleanbstaneetj ( ; -n
It has received ever aix thousaad voluntary testi
monials of Its excellence, many which aire from
! physicians in high standing. " ,'
,.- -, - . . ! i 1 :'i J ' SI 'l!a "ill
; - It ia fold in half-pound bottles (the, name blown
in the (last), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
- Goods everywhere, at One DoIIbt per Bottle.' Whole
tale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
Schieffelin A Co., New York. , BCnNT-mch37-dly
1 H
I'NeVArUcKofTobd,;
3
tiii!:l
. ' . -t.-i; --v.: tTrantlaHoi3
Vf'
It waa M. Brillat Savarin, theeelebratsd Frenoh
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish doe more lor Society than the
. man wbodiscuveu nanet. , ina 1 . ,
" CACIO iI M4CCAROSI ,.
'or Italian prepared Cheese Maocaroni, is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome a' d piqnant
.comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excurrions (Picnics), Travelers,
and tor ate ia ueer a loons, ar or nampia jtooma,
It ia eaten nn Bread. Riscuit or Toast...
1 His suitable for Sandwiches tloglese "-Zwe ft-tin-dipan
ondetUro."i Espeoiallr is H adapted
for those climates where tbe article 01 cnee.ee can
not be kept ia a sound oondition for any length of
" It may betrted as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Stews and aarmed opon a stove, after the ean
bas been opened, it makes, without further preo
naration. a Delicious Welsh Raribit.
t.. Knv 'I'rav.lerdand other, il. a. far more ( ConOm-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted Meat. - -
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
ttatri!.!. ' ,
v Send 15 for 8 ample dozen H lb Cans, and Bica
Lv Gii.DBDsbow card, securely packed, an.l ship
ped per express to any- tadreES. -Liberal discounts
msde to the trade, - . ....... -r
" N. H. Th. Iindi Marearoni is out DP in tin
-axes, and paeked'in eases of two duaea at ts per
case, net cash. -,; . -
- For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Fruit Storea. j .-.. -f 1 t i
Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
- All orders aod communications should be ad
dressed to j -. - - .....
THE LIVINGSTON CACfO COMPANY,
.1 i . 1 OS Liberty Street, A ar 1 ork. 3
VNT-8p29-deodGmos
PITTSBURGH, :
atrbna Saleratus
A. WORD WITH , YOU!
BRFAD I!t THB STIFF OF LIFE
your most important article ot diet. Tbe health
of your family largely depends upon its being
1 LIGHT AND WHOLESOME. -
(A t. ! '-fi-..i -4 .7.1 :.''- Ii
Would you have U so T Then use only , j
NATRONA SALERATUS!
AWIT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE," !
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
white and beautiful. Take a pound home
to your wife to-night.' She will be ' ' '
.... ,1c; delighted with it,, ,, , 1 t-
.--il-l' .- . .. ill i
Buyers of Soda should try our
. TJ".A.,ra OKTA
BI-CARBOMTEUPSODA:
V e guarantee it not only fir so. re ri or to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda. - - ' '.-
t i l1 -. MAHDFA0TTJ.T THB.- ' -
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.;
(
PITTSBURCH.' PA.
VNV-nnglO-eodly-r
BOOTS AND" SnOES.
ti BEFAKDa "'' '' ' 1 ''' O.' hoRIGgR.
, cheap, boots :and: SHOES.
t .-!r''rNEvv''-'PllaSt.- il! ";
T-. 8. SHEPARD HAVHG FOR 91 ED
a partnership with G. H0R1GER. for tha
purpose of carrying oa the Boot and Shoe trade at
lO. MS SOUTH' HIGH STHfcF.r,
i Would respeotf ally invite their friends and the
: public generally to call and examine tbe r fine and
; well sclented stock of Ladies', Geata', Misses' and
I Children's Boots and-Sboea, this day received di-
' ...t 1 .1,. L ... ..J 1 1. . . .r. n 1. w nfTerina
1 iik.iiuiii ma &MV1 1 mi " '-'i -" j -
. loraale on the moat reasonable terms. In our man -
1 ttfacluring depar ment special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WOEK. , , ;
Repairing of all kinds neatly and vramwraot.
We would respectfully solicit a share 01 puono
pationaRe..-f'lease give na a call,: moKoauie .0
"STaSSCa. tH..o : No. 163 South High ttretJ
, SHEPARD auiUbl.il,,
I rColnrehV'O.'. Bert. It. 188-""f7
-JK0CBKSr"-
tr. . 1 'V
ll'COLJI, lllLES-:& M'UOXAtDS,
TNo'i & .ia,SOUf!t-Jl(lfl''STni;ET- ','-
R O X1 S, '
T.ltwFHlETORIj AOLHiTIHlJII, powf
1 1 I) R MAGAZINE, and agents for the aale of
Hazard Powder Companj't Powder. Agents for
lbesaleof - ,-t -. .. .
I . GARDNER, r'HiKPS; 4 CO.'S
I Cel tm tetl "Sngar-' Cured : -' :n't,Ba,
and dealers in T
IFOREIGN, IWMESTIC-AifD StAifLE
I GROCERIES- " IU , : ,i.ii
'in all their varieties. I in putted Wines. Brandies
Ciltra,eto.' ('ni.-';j :i i 1 :-i-!:t intvesdtc
Joseph 'h: geiger,
! A nwn A-r nr. a. a -vow.
at"
! ,. -, ,.: 1 1 ' ,- ,T1 iTCft." jf.tL-ef ,l n
(N
PA.RSQN'8 BpiLDIN0n, r :t . .,
j auuSfi-eodSinj COB. TOWA.&MIGBST
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAG
COLUMBUS, CHICAG AND
COLUMBUS, CHICAG AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Tt Rhortewt Hoaito Wett TVey
ChaaiKre) of Cart te Chlcasrs, fg.
" wr, IaillttBMpoUa.
FOUR TRAI5S TJTtTLY leave Union Depot f!
.: tambus, at follower , - -
6:45
A. M. WfcKDO EXPRESS Hundayt
exceptedJ Arrives at Milfordtvea A u "
Lrbana8:63 A. M.; Piqua 1045 .A. M : Lima liiii
l . al. loieao.:w r. at.; .irattespn r.: at -k
Passengera by tbia train arrive at Toledo
PetroitjB hours ahead of anyo(hat rout
191ft ? M." kX EXPRE-8 (Sundays ex.
l.lJ eepted.) Arrives at Urbana JO- VI M.i
Piqua 2i56 P. M.Uradlord Junction 3:16 P. M.;
Rrekmoed 45 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:30 P. M., Le
gansptut 9-0 P. M-. Peona t35 A. M.; Gales burg
8-..M. '.?,riotoa Iowa. 1IMA;M 1 Leuis
yillelJO A.M.; Terr Haute 1110 P. M.; Mat toon
',!A.M., Cro r P. M. Pana S.-ll A. M.; Al
I Ki. p"?tfi'Wi iaeia,83t AJL Quin
ey 18:46 tf- M.; Keokuk 2:00 P, M
rasaengers by this train reach St. Txiuis tbtnext
morning 8 liewra alaewd. end f-r poiats west
of st. Louis omt-a'4iAiBi in a ii v. Sit .5
ail other aoutes, ..,. .... ,:. .,. . .
U.V7 PRESS (Sundays excepted.) -Arrives at
j-iiuao:o r jugmrporo ao A., at.; ubieago
8:15 A. M.: Indianapolis 2:05 A. M.: Terra Hm
335 A. Mj Evansville 5a8i. M.: Mattnew tut A.
M.; Pana 10.-08 A. r-lton 1:40 P. M.; St. Louie
6 P; il.; Lafayette 7:16 A-tM-j Springfield, Ills.
1:05 P. M.: Qumoy 7 .40 P. M.j Keokuk 8:45 P, M.
Louisville 7.-45 A. M.: Nashville 8ao P.M 1 Mem
phis a A. M.; Toledo 6a,A AUiaoit f Jtl
A Ma , x
NEWAHJ ELEGANT Jq""n !
' S 1 09 T 1 Xg .gf. w O ct v m
k RUN IS THIS TRAIN SO CHICAGO AND
QJf ST. 'LOOIS ROUTE: TO MATTOON, ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE. "
Arriving at St. Louis I O lit, it re and Louisville
8 tteore ttbeael of any other route i -ui-rl
to. AS A. M.HTOHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
Iamvu'. diaaapolis. and. Sundays excepted, to
Cbioago.
Arrives at LogansnortBAS A. M.:
: rearm
6:98 P. M.:
Chieaae 1H10P. M.; Indianapolis 7:18 A
M.: Terre Haute 1050 A.M.: Evansville lona P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.; Cairo 4:15 A. M.j Pana 8:1S P.
k Alten ?:P; M.SUI ouis 8:16 P. M.: Lafay
ette 2:30 P. M-i Louisville 4.30 P. M Naahvilla
too A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. T ' "-
Passengers by this traftTreaeh St. Louis H and
vnieago e attri wlaetta of any ether
i 7;rpn-r., ... ir ,,.., ,
Stotta Iioom fe-leepixajj jCara
, ,r. ;.. RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUI-CHAKGE. '-' i"" '
rtfCtB far Tickets viaLofaaiportorRiehraond
Tickets for sale at Unkn and Piqua Depots,
Clurabus. and at-all principal Railroad. Taokat
Offices.. .
F. t!H A NDLEft, Oenl Ticket Agent.
.. at J. M. LUNT. General SBPerintenden
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
; .', tvt.101 -n "-ftf;tu,l ni win i-Jviail-'
RAILROAD.
uia jj. i it-UtuK,
i- '" l:,?W f-.':' :f 'irilB-l'r(V
Th ree Trains Leave Celembat (TJa
- IsepotH altatlr (Snt4tiye fexewptoet"
:iO A. M-" NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
Zaoesville at 1:50 A. M.i Bel I aire at 8:16 At M.
Baltimore at. 4 J A, M.; WaaaAnjrton.Cjtx at iO
P-'-H W .(-.'t-O .-If. .' ,l.O In r,r:i-e?
( IKIO-A. M. UGHT1N0 EXPKESS-rrivint
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M Bellaire at t30 P. if.
BaJUmoreatiStA.iM. Washington City at, ci
-Ti.'i .-lid i'uJ i.iijniAin L-.uv.al
V-OO Pi M. EXPRESS MAIL.airrviBgat 7,anea
villeat 4H5P, M.; Bellaire at 80 P, M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M.; W ashington City at 3b if. M.
t'i:r.- I .7 ; ! ', ...v... - i If "rr. I-V.
a.These Irains are frosa TWO to EIGHT hours
(n" advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. .'RTn n ,uiih H .A
. Close connections nude ai Baltimore snd Wash
ington witn trains for Philadelphia and' New York.
' Passenger hotling through tickets to' Eastern
eiiiee lave tba privilege of !t y!;--.-rt r. "il
- ! f.io7 '-t. J :-.:: ,-;: ti n ,U. .tiii
Visiting1; Washington '' City FiTtr,
I A-
it-! j ':i-f
t'-.H mwt
1 i "in
'.-el-A
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
.1-:- Vfi r-t ,llv :!:!,.; :ii: il 1: t! hoM
-t ! -:'T- -:. ,,f..t 1: '.. T
AmU For TICKCTS vlB:ELIAI&
! ! - : - ' '1 ,- r.
iNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation,
. M. COLE. General l icket Agent. i
r - JNO. W. BROWN. Genl, Paaaenger AtWr
may 8
t:-ih r:i -. ;o 'Oil t..j ...
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
-
RAILROADS.
'!:':1R'' 'i.'iiiiiJ'i -i w. -i - nn-ol sTirl
On an afters MONTrAY. May llthwtj. lFOU 1
- - TRAINS DALLY will leave Colniabui!"Vl
FOB CINCUNATr, L01JI8YILLE, tAISO,' tti
' ,a LOUIS, DA YTOH, RICHMOND, Cl'iKl
DIANAP0LIS CHICAGO," u
Wrthotrf change of ears to- DAYTOK aha KICH
1 1 M0ND, and only on change of ears to lii-. : ..
'' DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO, P V
!,:: -. ..i.'ir. : : !;i- r a . 3t9
. . u , ; 9on?ll'!'t0.n? ll'tD'e M f'tyyni 11 an - ( 1
i:..ni v; .j MOST .TBAIV (Dailyi,!q jj ,aAt
Leaves at 1:2 A. M. for Cineinnati. -Cirelevilht,
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe: stops at Lon
doo, Xenia,-Morrow, and Lovelaad, arriving t
.;Wna.aA.tW0a,iu., ,,ul ..; . lt,
-j: ii;)IH!a ?i:SECOND TRAIN.: ; !
!; :iii--!K fDailr except 8nndayaJ 1- 'tr i
.Leaves at KM L M. for Cineinnati Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
I- West Jefferson, London. South ChaSestnn. Sellna
vEuarin&AiiiB, .-ii t iit( 1 aiioj. vurwin, morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters,' Loveian ', Milford. ar
riving at Cinc oDati at0i3ti Ad Jt.,eosntvtiag
with the Mail Boau. , , riJ
THIRrrTRAIIf. . ( . . . r .
... , (Daily except 9undaytJ , '
I .eaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aael
Springfield, via
A ema, arriving at VinauMtt at
8 -r!)
M. --i,.; . . wewj -wcai. oaaitati ,t,.,fT-Trr
ltUTti at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
- Spripcfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jeffereon,. Loodcm, Sonth, Chaiiwtee, 8elaB
Cedarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar
riving at Cineinaati at loot 1 , M, .'.'d
1. !;.inVI . '!' - its)b j; to riinrn
' -.1 ,i1-.ii i.Il ,;irr .-'.i' loin-v) ti? ftiut r-J
Sleeping Cat re ,m ttllHIrht Troltis.
. . .- ": "i . .. 1 .TTt ; , ,tj 1 ..-. i ... '
-eiliu 1.'H BENBY BROOKSj-Titke Agentvi s
JNO. W. DOHE&TY. AgenV). nl3
JOHN DTJRAND;
' j uit GeplTiokttAgH.; ' 1- niyil
.t,-:i . a j
RAILROADS. PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
Ti'wa i
j,-i s.-i-..-
PAN HAN DLE K61TE.1
- 1- a!r."-rvt -V l:l ' 1 1 -t:rvt
rm and attar Jane astl),lf, trainjwiH ran, ,
, .
( tieave.tft
laa.ve. tt Jat..Yk.'EaTnesa. .-t---.: ftlaih iTa'7aat-4.laati
Jolumbus..,,,.8K0A. M, J:15P.M. 110. A, Mt
Newark ...i'.:.S:BA. M. 8 P. M.'J'M SS P.I
&ur.euville..;Wi A,.Mti J40f,M KMJ
Amve at '
Pittsburakku..ni.M a. it. ism m. 1 r-7p.if;
Harrisbmrg..,. 8:20 P. M.,. l2u20 P.M., HA,M.
Pbiladelpfiu:. lr6 a. Mi'-1 48 P. M.1 T6 i7Mi'
Mew York. s:M A. M v 6:56 P. M.- il M A. aWr
Baltimore 8:45 A. M. . 6:20 P. M... 11:30 11,11
Washington... .-0 A. M. 0 P. M. 46 P. U.
Boston 6:00 P. M."-v. 12:00 P. M.
; ii eganlstalt rooai .leaping cam 00 a!! nurbt traias.
' On the 1 ast Line tbe celebrated "Silver Palace'
day and night ears are run through from Columbus''
to Philadelphia and New York without change, ,, a
, A3" Passengers by the 2KH) A. M. Sunday train,
trnve In New Terk at o'clock Monday as ore tog, 1
dvanUe aever;befor. efiared, y.g-jy, w
, : r GenT Ticket Ag't, Stanbenvtile,. Y.
VT. W.CARD. Superintendent, tyubeo villa, O.
I JOHN B.'PETES. Agent, SabuiUO.'
I innelOtdly-jutO -wtitti r i...i ,n .. ,ty-i j t
i WHOLESALE GROCERS. .
,tn
B. BBOOX8. ALEX. BO08TOH. WW -h ',
Ii W'!K
L D,
j -orVRieltr'aVkllcW 8tS.', tooltrat.as' - '
yyoer:;
j 'isltn 4 Sugars.' Coffee. Tea Spices, Touacc'oa ' : ;
I ili.i)i-.'v,Ti-a a J am.it. ... -i ii..
jtfeb8-ly-L;ioo -laaju. 0J .,,"1 .Ij,,,,

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