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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
lnff IWeyrtvai sad nsuii. rin s3e4
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dtrelul, Colanebna K CtaWl B.. R.
, LAVB. , ABAlYs?
New York Express 11 :10 A . A." UriO Pi Mj
Hail east t n ...in . ..i V.
9-10 Pi MJ
lie' aware AasomoMdMion... OsOS P.
101 a. m,
' 25 P. Hi
JMk X' Aooumodtioo . . . . . ;' . 3:00 A.
This train leaves Sunday faerirlag-ot MoadaajJ
JAAUiSaJeATTERSON Ami.
UW IUMU(MBkt Kant. . J
I.I1VI. ARRIVKJ
!THWxw.v.Ui.V.ir.v..P:iS A. i?3W4 Ai M
f 1 J50. W. iOHERTr.An47l !
StalUsawro k' Ut KsU ireasn, Ventral ;
mES h fr 33 ft
t!?pJS. W.-. ?0 II. UH1, . M.
m . ! .u i.A. I). Km mi, AtenU i
Calan.na Indiana Omm-i
.11 ).V.. - ! Iwaw-ll: i : : j
I . '. , . . i . LATj ,-.ABlT.
Might 'KxVtomM"9-'' A- . A. M.
feimXtion:.?........ HS A: M. Id P. M.
Weaver. tnm..u 630 YM.. '1 P. M.:
Jina Sxpnes...,,.. -KJ..-1S.1. P.: M., -11.00 A, U.
r .-. i. -i Q.A,.uiUAtteut..,
taaaaskr. raanoU.14 Nownrsv U.K.
oTraimiieaNewsk and arrive aa follows'- - , !
Sail and EYPTM......i......?0. A.M. P.M.,
SaaeMaeld Express -...-..... I.UP.M. .4 A.M.
fM'"l MTV -S'liq ;tl i-v A. W Damn. Agent. -Fattalsarffh,
Claetanatl fct. Anl
-llflu -'.'.'1, , .1MTI, ' 1ITI. ,
!fwTV ETtrrB.. A. M. " 11:15 P. M.
Unhtilin KxpreM-.l. lirSO A. il. ' CM P. M.
Mii u4 EiptH -v-v 4:14 P 1 1-M A. U..
l)nDiaon Aeoomvxlation 60 A. U. .. :0P. M.;
Mew York ICxrrmi rnodAilf. AH other tnim
ran exoept Bandar. . . ;
ranira Ammanat1iTii atari from fielfht
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
! '. . - ' ' AMimg. ': oLOBit.
tartan! ' Throorh MaH, .' A u.T.n. A. M. r. M '
Ta HhmbenTilla and '
.Pitt'barch.. lid B 10 tJO
Xaatara War Mail, C. C , , .v ; , r . i .
0.R...7. ....-1830 ...,.12:00
Korthweet, Tia Ft. W. A '
v.. o. c. o.aC.R. b. - ta .... 7.-oo ;
Cbicayi. P.A1. Cr ! ' t-
4 ,C O.ilR.. .... p- 4:15 .
ilittl Miami RXlhw'l .. . i:"., riai-.. Vio
Little Miami B.E... ffayi
C O. K. a.. Newark.
i
ZaneaTjlle JtWDaeynr.
t. .R.Wf...!.'.w -
C- p. 4 liithnacai and
Way
CircieTilla. Chllliootha
r Portaraonth
an cuter. Ohio... .......
Baal an NatianaVBoad.
KkVaraeB War.Waatar
"Tille-Ao
Verth Cetambaa and CHn-
ftntiTilla... . .........
. 113 TSW
..... irl
. im 11.-00
f-r-.-
llriS
I 1
Mr
.... 8 KM
103 ....
1030 '.1.
10J ....
WMhinjftoaCja,TiaHar
ribori. (tn-weekljJ
" arriTea Mondara Wad
seadayj, k FridaTg, and
. 4earu Taeedaya, Tbmra
730
la7a and rtataroaya.
ir.ntm Villan. rfji-weeki
lT.)Taesda7a,Tkarada78 am.
-IS.. 1M
Orrica Uodb. Ofliea opani atT)f o'clook A.M.,:r
una. Umea openj atTK o eioos a. in., ,
7 J4P. M.!t UBdajri, qpena at SJ4 A. .. :
tawo; at 5K P. M. 'o ' f I
ndeloaaaat7
mnA elnsel at 9
-
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[From the Atlantic Monthly for December.]
AUTUMNAL.
I.
Can tblabeaadnattT thia forboda deeayl
- Am theee the Testmenti of fanerai woe 1 1' I
' Sura, hae that pal like theae the dawninj'i
- . . . CKV 'tl ; 'iti -; . ' f :
The rather deak aom dryd'a featal dar I ..,,
Hail, radiant boor I tbriee Watooma, cladaoin ray.
That kindliiut toroach that bow, with coldeii;
8traama joy and (ammer to t shades below I , ,
'-.And tbeu, biowa-dappled oak and maple (ay,.
In ripplins: wares of many tinted flame.
tUhe bireh. eold hued. thm aah. whoea dyes
"i i-mahtahasae . .-;.! tv
The trodden Tintace reekinr on the lees,
And tried beceh. with eenraine ainotarea fair.
Ai in the lona days paat, fraternal treea-"- ' t
With yon. whate'er your (ladnaaa. let m iharel i
Ct iu :.-i.'-tvy:; U.i i ' !
II.
banks of mossy mould how liabt1atiewn ' j
All the wan summer lies 1 The needles thread ;
Awakes no sound ; and had not pale leares fled,
As soft it came, the low wind were not known.
Bow atraoa tae taarp and tens drawn abadews
From land and ahrTTatiearwancliaa w i uaad.
While' from their Withered glories, spoiler-shed,
- Tba earthly autaaaw-eaeaaa are faintly bVownl
Ah 1 rait and ravished bowers; the garish day
... Flaunts tbrougb the hi linfe of your dewy (looms!
"And tboa, in leafy twilights wont tube. ' '
Bar asaid.-aweet tbeughted eednaes, ema away, -UiAnd
, hare i harjeath ibis .Jitaslsek'a drooDing
III.
Wny notds o'er all my eaft tfiisreamy hour"
i A away that spring bor ismoar perer knew? ;
. (Why aaemahiaTaBed gentian, wanly blue, v j"
i(K all thaeire'ing year tne fairest flower! .
W hence has each waifdennx leaf this mystic power,
That all my secret being trembles throo.h i
r Or seanda atia black bird's note mare human true
Xhaa all the aangs of June from greenwood b-iwarT
rap meanings taani ine crura anq iuooi aiauea, .
Htrarg dearnes broods along the basy slopes
a wuoa kat t4ar mw me breast nerradai.
Thai biat ei ah si wy doubt Jyat is not fear.
While mnsina vuiet stirs with drowsy hopes;
And Kature's luring heart seema doubly near.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Post-
office, November 18, 1868.
ArneU nhis AngE Andrew D J : Atehesou Miss M
Anderson M. A .Arklp Miss M . Ashley Mrs HI,
ttlt f.as ,.t - ' . -iv- .' ; i j
ByersMissAH Barkey Miss A Bixby Mr FHa i
ButlerHG . Bromley H- Bryan JJrsH . ,
Beard Mrai .,-Beiherioh John Bnoks John .
Blals Col John A Barr Dr J Bowers Mrs L !
Bslsley Mike Baron Hiss M Brambaek Misslt
Bynner Robt . Booker MisaT Kosher Wm ;
Bundy W m. i ..Bloor Wn ... ,Brown MrsE N ;
.t r'ii i.'TK.f'j ?-!' O ' : '. 'f .- -'01.-'
Craoi Mr CalB Chuka Mr D Cook Miss Ella
Votuell Elisa Conrad MissE0aUarR Geo K , .
Crawford Jaa 8 Cherry Mry J.i Clark John ;
Cooke Miss LissaColneraon li Cotler Miss M E
Cot Mrs Manrt J CableMies MaryUhrildrea Mrs
Caliayhaa MikeKJooh Mrs Mary Oard Mlson
CromerMraSusaiiClutttr T W , . ComstenAlreW m
.(tir i - B ' -T ' IT'.' !
Dudley Cbas W Daris D B . Dill Emma R , I
Dixon Geo - - DarisUreenDerryDixon Geo W ,
Daxyst Henri Duakoff H Dunn H L
SHek Henry oDenaldaou Jaa BOenisen H W' '
DrawMirsMinnieDickey Rer H rjUeTeraal Mrs S
DittonWH DoulatmU , . v ,
Elliott D M
Edwards Sarah
Eakins KmoryA Elliott Miss & .
i'jine- -: i : :l , .!".-'; ll i
FarrnwChasreol)Ferruon MraR 1
Fleming A J
frosey Mis X' JTerguaen MrattSFoeter Wm A
a9reu AH-! '. Oaae Mrs E ' Green Lizaia ;
Glispey Frank Gardner MissT Clock Miss G
Gilmora Job a H- Gentner J a toes Gray Mies MJ
Giliiraa Mis M Goodwin N S Gilderslere Mis
oraiaa Mrs 8 - Glea n Rev S M Grif on Thomas
eiSSDlaal WHVlWm .; r , - ,,i t
Haifa Mrs - Heeeel alias A Hathaway MrsE .
MOTeatyMhLHoran Muai
I r 0 XAVSal OaMinau
Hainea Isaac Haston Jerome
.n.nlvatiaali Rakbbaral I, 11 .
Howard John
ri arris K U
fe8 BW,,,.H,Samp
Jonnsdn'S'F ' ' Jackson' John 'Jones WDjon
aaaasMrsA. i ,'yj : i
. " T. " -- !' ' "ill..' ,
tXtaarMr A O ;Kpe A V Ks-Mrs AaBV,
Krller Daniel Kingry MrsJ Kinney Pat
KUlin,sa n Kaalar Wm. r .Kraasa WjC
, i-. tu- . . . . j
LenardJoba Lewis John Lyneh Mrs ME
lnnno Mrs M Lamler Owen 1 Landers Pat
" " .',
Morris Mrs A "Mnore Cbas B ' MontaaraaChas
Morrison Mrs CP Mitchell David Mrara Mrs Ellea
Mehaffy F M Millioger Fred Myers Geo j
Sunday Gee J? MofiogerGeo , , Mats Geo .f
Moraa James f Marra J Mayers Jos
Mann'ng J W Mathews Mrs M Maturiltss S
jloaUMraS ,', AliUer JohnS. . ;;'
i i . . Blo'a . .
KeRof AD -MeElbanayr 1 MoCraekenMrsM
'McDonald Mr B MeSweeoey Mr S
wahMIssO
.Iranis Rally
"O'De'aD
,0M B
'Parsons A W
Postla Frank
Peters Jama .
PaytenTho .
Nagla Cha Sapper Henry :
Owens E
Ontcalt G
Powell A C Perkins CO :
Porter JamesT Powers James
Paaterson MM Paters SB 'Box"
. PreUh Wm
ReliherMiss Bid PiobterClia
Rarey Dr H 8 Ryan J amea
RasetotL ' RockeyMike
JRollins Mia P Biohardson S
Roach Miss Ellen
RaonayJ M
Root Mrs Mary
at.rw Abraham Palfield Miss C Sauscer C E .
K kelr Miss LisaieShelbayMisa S ASpencer Mr Ed
uiimRao ' Saaa James W Homers Jane
RtiSlerMissJB-aars Miss Jen Sidle John W
SSohn H Bare-John 8annaard Mrs M
HSa O F Btansifar Simon Shamey W J
SauthMr farmer Bmittt Mr A js Bnnin i),:;
Twist C E
torn
Kate
Taft Geo L
Thomas Mrs L
ToompaonMrs HTaylor Mr. J i
luoksr MadisonThomaa Geo E
J A
VaaVojhasDrATincentMisHAVinfliitMrM
'w. a-p i - Wis Miss O Waloutt DB '
w Mrs E Wiggins Mr F W eihr Fred. I
Wettherby F 0 Wifftt Mr. Q Woodruff Mis. B
Wrhrht J R .kV,Si'utt'rlA Wodhead J
Werneok ioka Wrisht Mrs L fi Walloh Miss L
Welsh n tn Wntiob W C Williann Misi F
Wimatna C TC. VbiM . W4te J B
Wk.t.DrAiVJV . j
Toons Looii ,
MISCELLANEOUS.
Arwine ft Shield! 1nl1ini A Jonei
HoaRh A Van Slmne Ffifer J AO !
Waad A,p-m
J. J. WOOD. P. M.
MEDICAL.'
r mtunmae ir me saitn. aarce)
);, rlUMMi4 IbUL, . eTry Uatal a)f am:",
. , 'alghtly eruption or Ibe (bee.
n.:ri,r aa iwaiiia:.i trrltstlBc, or l u1)
' ' VSn- "O" looking ipritt like a mm,"
rT n !0,,1. GenwKl Agent of 91icb.Ce
writes"
Central .
' - BnwiHy, tit J..' J . ' - - 'i " I
- "'iff i aimliinWe rtmedv for Tetter, ate" ., '
'"write Ulgler BrMi, Draggtete, ratrHeld, Iowa. r
. i ' . A ftirfttfrfrd jowr tahmhte remedy ft
-' 'Jrr wrf- tmit wriiM n v. 11
'Barter's ;
amont, at
or
ctuu lur circumr.
H Prepared onir tr ;
.Price, 75 cts. and SI .00.
: S0E0N"PAtMEKrfi'4"'.i
,.. , : .. Se WestFparth Street, CincinuaAtj 0. :'
Fnr ealo, bjr proggista generally., , .
aptal debdAwly . Kviioqi . KuilAll
A PERFECT CURE
-Fct -"DyBpepsia,. fever and Ague; Acl
, dit,f the. Stomach, Loes of Appetite,
,( Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseaBes arising- from .a disordered state
of the1 Stomach, Liver or Intestines. 1 '"
' ''Prepared ' by Sewakd "& :;Biirn.iT,'
i Druggists, Bafialo, N Y. Sold: by . all
.,druggirf.,,'H,. (-t J.-.-.:!f
8. K. SAMUEL A Co., Wholesale Agents.
nBB-aa4eoswly. . ! "f
a-rPBILJSOHHY OK MAhKIAGK. A w
Coi Ksa or Liotuhcs. as delivered at the New
.York. Museam f Aaatomy, embracing the' snV
J'ecta: How tn live and what to live tor; Youth,
ilatnrity and Old Age; Manhood general y review,
ed: Tbeoauee of iodigeation, flataleuee and Ner
vous diseases accounted- tor; Marriage auilosoph.
" Pocket vol omee oootairrlnr these lectures will b
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reeeiptof
four stumps, br addressing SSCKETARY, Nw
York cbkcm op Anatomt ikd Soiknos, lp
IIRniDVlT I.FW I DKEi THr-lBDmlir
. WATCHES AND i JEWELRY.
JF-1-Ai: L. ; : LESQUEREUX
! IMPORTERS AND.PEALKHS IX ... . , .
JEWEUtT. ,1 ..'.Tft v; .... .1
.tj ..-.XrOCKSa , IU,., tMi.i.-a .
' PLATED WARE,
SPECrACLES,
,- CCTLEBT,, ,t ,.;pw
,..;, -, GOLD PESS, ;,
POCKrr-HOK8 and . j
I.r; ,!.,.,.. . r OPEBA GLASSES,
'.- t,:-,.-a:. IN -ENDLESS TABIETT, vii
Keep ooostaatly on hand a large assortment of
Sethi Thomas' and Waterbury CIocKs,
For tba Jobbing and Retail Trade.' Also. Agents
... tor tne . r
"HITHA'CA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY,
Wateh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (trenon and ueneva) in lull supply at
. .t mi 'low ratAS. .
atsT All order promptly filled ani satisfaction
mnn ' f! A. A Ll LESQUEREDX,
feblt-eodly No. 71 South Hisrh at., Columbus,
JOHIT SCHNEIDER,
PEAXBB lit..
WATCHES, CLOCKS,JEWELBr,
' " MOSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac. ' '
173 Honth' Hiah street. Colnmhna. O. ' Raaairtna
earetuuy none ana warranted. 1 mjv-eodom
i!!','l'. y""l . ! , ' . . m )'., i""
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To ail ieAom it may concern: ......
-i,iH.nq ' Columbus. O- Oct. 19 1868.1
orleeis herebv eiven.'that nroseedinn havebeen
inetituted. in 4he .City GounciL of Columbus, for
mailing Lne iuiiuwii g iiupruveuieiibr, iu-wii:
For sradins and navinar the unDaved sidewalks
ghUera and crossings on. Third street from orth
street ttrnnna mono lane.
i Also, for reparirui thavidawalks on the east si le
of Front street from the northrast corner of f ront
and Town streets to a point 86- feet north of Town
Street.. , . -. . . ..
Also, tor graveune outn street irom sixtn
trerjt to Seventh atraet. ! - - i:
Alan, for grading and graveling tne roadway of
Maple street from High street to Water street.
.. Also.' for building a double row flag crossing
aoross Noble street on the east side of High sireet.
Also, to survey ana stake oti bouto street trm
East Publio lane to the eastern boundary cf the
eitv.
The same to be done iaaocordanee with plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En-
gin-er, ana nieaintne omoe or ine ny i;iors.
ah oeraonaeiaimina aamaeeson account or saia
proposed improvements, are required to file their
eiaimeinthe office of the Clerk, in writing, on nr
before tne ruin day ,ot. XJecember, A. v.
1808. ' ,
,.':.; i,::n L, E.. WILSON .
r OoBS-dltawaw City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To aU seAom it may concern :
. ... i.. : e ' : -i .:Citt Clkbk's Omcg.l
... Columbus, O.. Oct. m, 1868. (
Notice is hereby given, that prooeedincshave been
instituted in toe Uity unancii ot iiumons,ior mak
ina the followina imorovements.to-wit:
For grading the north, half of Perry street from
H iirh street to the AOT DO ration line.
Also, for grading and paving the gutters and
mrlinar and eravelina- the roadway and side
walk! on. Mound street from . Washington avenue
to the east line ot lot no. lo.
Also, for a doable row flag stone pavement across
Alound street upon tne west sice ot mgn sireet
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil
eer. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the .Fifteenth day of jjeeemuer. A. 1
1 - L. E. WILSON, -
: ocBS-dltawaw . -, , : City Clerk,
Paving Notice.
lo all whom it may concern : " ' : '':'
i.,' i : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
i Columbus. O.. Nov. . 18C8.J
Notice is hereby given that nroceedings havebeen
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
KIIUI IUV luuuiooa luiinrTnuvuHt w wii ;
For laying a double row flag stone crossing aoross
Center slier on tba north side of Lona street. . ,
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
across south rablio lane at tne west side ot mgh
street. :
Also, for building a double row flK crossing
across Month street at the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with Plata and
estimates to be prepared by the City CivilEngmeer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Twenty-fifth day of December, A. D.
1868 . .
-' i. E. WILSON. .
novlS-dltawfW " City Clerk.
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL',
. Fourth Street, near Mala,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BENRY P. ELIAS, - - - .-i Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE! CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the city. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. -mylii-d6m
COAL.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WlLliCONTlNCE THE COAL BCS1.
NEnS at his present stand.
Vio. 13S North High street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to soli at
the lowest market price. .,.,,.
. afar Special attention paid to Shipping. ' ' i
Biy30-aodtfj . - ... .. . , , . .'...,
THE , PL ACS . TO ; BUX
nuli.j ttrauty
COODS,
jaervBeuv vuauaeua1s .lif
.i . .
Bracket, H all and Table Lamps,
r
Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
The newest and h.t VinHs nf Burners. ChiDiDevZ
W'veka.er anrthing in the Lamp lino, for lighting
vuuronea, nauaor uwe'iings.is as -. : u .
MoHKNKY.A C.'SDeoot,
Nos. 8 East FourthVnd 169 Main street.
.l .""I" ,V.,W.
Cincinnati.
CAS
fixtures;
G&l Ubmndelivjrn,
... - racae iikd.
.fit. . -rwnnaklit l.lahta.
Portable
' ' - Vi mdow ftefleciir Lighti
.. Smnka Kella.
vr aAiupBganth ts.rtxarMmerTS'a
jucucaki a, vu, a uepot.
PIPE 'AHD TstTlNCS.
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanised).
AJast-iron Moil fine. - .n..-r.l
... . Stone and Cement Drain Pipe, I
Malleableand 'aat-inm Fittings,
- Steam Valves, Stop Cooks, '
" .:.;,'! :.. . i . Gas. Service, and . .. i
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at " .
-x McHBNKY A CO.'S Depot.'
nos. s bast t ourtn ana lot Maiu street. !
Pumps 'st' Plumbers'.' Goods.
Cistern aDd Well Pump, " j
.. liif tana rorce rumps, ' J " '
Kt ' .), Beer Pumps. Garden Pomps; As.,' on ;
.:ii.in;t .jjii'l SathTabs, Closets, ., r
1 '.. 7,,.- " W aah-stunds. Wash Trays,,
' ' - :l Bath Rollers. Sinks.
Ao'.i Ac. ' Everything In the above line, wholesale
or retail at Eastern priees, at i 'X- "
Cas & Steam" Fitters "fibls.
Screw-cutting Machines, Stocks and Dies. I 'rills.
Reamers and Taps. Pttent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and . Ordinary Pipe Tonga, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner , Plyere,. Gas ,Ei tiers' Au
gers. Chisels, Ac. Ac. Everything in the above
line alwavs on band and for i ale at the manufactur
er's trade rates, at - 1
McHENRT CO.'S,
No. 8 East Fourth Ac 168 mat in Street,
O m-sep30-wSm ""!' C1SC1SITATI.
Xtnies of Holtliniir CoiAr-tw
in. the JFif tls. Tn.uicia.l Di-tr-ict
of Ohio for 1809. '
The State of Ohio.j ,, ...... . , ,
Franklin county. ''.". ' "'
T T. . SHhPIRV, CLERK OFTHE
Aa Court of Common Pleas within and for said
eounty, do hereby certify that the following;, order
is truly taken and correctly eopieaurom tne journal
of said Court, to-wlt: . . ,, .'.",
Times of Balding Courts tn the Fifth Judicial
District of VMO for IWi'J.
Tt la berehv "'ordered that the rrler heretofore
mada on the 18th day of September. A. U. 188.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
the Courts of Common rleas and District courts
ot said Judicial Distriot, bo hereby amended, and
that the District Co arts ani Courts of Common
1J 1 r .1.- .... k I, QCtk .V.. 11 k: in ll
1 iu( iu, J n. ' - .uw, uviu iu wuw
several counties of the K if th Judicial Dittriot of
the State of Ohio, at the times loltowmg
DISTRICT COURT.
Madison, May 4tb. .... I Fayette, May lath. ,
Franklin. May 6th, " I Ross, August 31st. : -Pickaway,
May 10th. ' I Highland. Sept.Sd.
Adams. Sept, th, i I Brown, Sept. 8th. r.
Clermont, Sept. 13th. . .-.
COURI OF GOMMOK PLEAS.
Brown. February th, June 1st. November 3d.
Adams, January STth, May 18th, September list,
Clermont, January 5th, June Sth, Ootober 6th.
Highland. Jaiiuarr lath. May 18th, October 13th,
KAti. Jannar Stith.JaDa 1st. November 3d.
Farette. February '33d. June 39th. September
aisr, .. . . . . .
, Madison, rebrnarv 3d, w ay into, uetotier i wn.
Piekawav. March 8th. Jana IStb. November Sd.
Franklin, February 16th. June 1st, November
15th ' -
In witneaa whereof we have hereunto set our
bands. . , t .
- ' a Livitis i' n. ii";ai,i
J. Q. ASHBHRN. Judges.
JOSEPH OLDS,
In teslimonv whereof I have hereunto suV
scribed my name and affixed the seal of
8IALJ said Court at pi ambus, this 30th day
of October. A. U. ibs.
. fi. S. SHEPARD. Clerk.
October 31, 1888." . oct31-dltw3w
-: Sherift's Sale '
Wm. G. Blynn ' ) Court of Common Pleas
TS ' Ot
Thomas B. Blynn et si.) . Franklin eounty. ...
(in partition.!
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated ease, to ma directed. 1 will' of
fer for sale at the door of th court house, in the
city or Columbus. on .,.
Saturday,. the 2Sih dav of November, A.D
,.,. ASUS,. ;1 . . ;
at S o'clock P. M. nf said dav. the following da
Bribed real estate, situate in Franklin county. State
of Ohio, to-wttt- -
. Lot number one (O of a subdivision of ontlots of
the citv of Columbus, numbers fifty-nine (59),
sixty (60) and sixtr-one (01), n ade by Samuel Me
dary. as per plat thereof recorded in book 18, page
634 of the records of deeds of ssid eounty, being
the same premises conveyed to William Blynn by
Thomas S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 23d. A.
D. I860. J
Terms of Sale One-thir eah on day of sale,
one-third in ene year, and one-third in two years
ti ereafter, with interest from said day of rale, the
deferred narments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold. i !i s :.:
. A ppraisea at eia.ww. , , ,. , i
' Printer's fees 013 75. -i
GEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff.
- By J. 8. Bull. Deputy. , n- i
J. W. Baldwin. Att'y. . octa-dltAwtd
Sherifl's Sale. ...
Newell P. Mix. , ) Court of.. Common Plea
. vs . . . of
Michael Eugel et al.r Franklin county.
IN PDRSOANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
..,the above stated case sron, said court, to me
directed, I will er F'r salt at the door of tne court
house, in the cil C'llnui' w. on '
Saturday, Hie i-i:i "I v-mbpr, A. P.
' iSR -. -
atlb'clock P. M tbe following defcribed real es-
ta'e. to-wit: "
The south half of lot number seven in Horn A
Jennies' addition to tbe city of Columbus, Ohio, as
per recorded plat thereof recorded in plat reoorrj
No. 1, rage 175, being the same premises conveyed
to said Magdalena bngel by Aioab, W ig&ias, by deed
dated May 13th. A. D. 1864
Appraised at til.68. " ,
' Printer's fees til 00. -
GEORGE H.. EARHART.
SheriS and Master Commissioner.
' By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. oct24-dltwtd
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
" FOR ONE DOLLAR
" l . .........
Ton Can Bar Every Description of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, &c.
OENII FOR Cf HCVJLi AR,GIVIVG FfTLL
O particulars, or send ON E DOLLAR and receive
ten checks descnoing ten ainerent articles, wnion
we will sell fnr Oni Dollaucagh. and as a Com
mission to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300,
For $3, 30 checks and 20 yds. Bheeting,
For $5, 50 checks and 30 jds. Sheeting,
Por $10, 100 checks and 65 yds. Bheeting,
m other artielea eanall v valuable.
Should the articles named on the Checks not be
desired, a selection can be made from our Ex
OHAKGB List, which ia greater than that of any
other house; and as our goods are acknowledged to
be superior to any other concern, we know that after
patronising us once, you win continue to ao so.
Male and female agents wanted everywhere,
DON'T FAIL-TO SENj) FOR CIRCULAR.
Address.
LABONTE A BABBITT.
' 83 Sudbury St., Boston. Mas.
nov-w4t-DB-r
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
IIjOCK.
REGARDING Tilt TEETH OF THE
first, importance to health, comfort and beantv.
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms, lio. 18 fcaet iiioaa street. - ., .-!
. Van intAlliffanee will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den-
: Artificial teeth made by us are worn with eom
7rt aid serve tbe purposes ot speech, mastication
loeaotr. As Dentists we ate to be the (est, and
. nis"i all that's gooa.
Teeth extracted without pain. - ' y7-wm
Legal Notice.
ASA CKOMER. WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
th
day
of
Novem
ber. 1868. file her petition in the office of the Clerk
of tbe Court of Common Pleas, within and for the
eounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
tbe sai 1 Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
. J i;n;Ar r., mnn than five vears lastnast.and
asking that she maybe divorced from said Asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
ni, wtich petition will stand for hearing at the
nsit term 01 bki vur. ,
D.t.dNov.n.b.r4th.l8oosAN rjjyjMER.
By W."A. Pubtlbbauoh. her Att'y. nev3-6w
Emollient Cream.
mms nEMGHTFUL ANDEIEO'.llaT
X preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering oommendatiocs from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
smimttha incltmency of the winter season. It
notonly imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delightlul fragrance render It a necessary append
age to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPLE A
RITSON, dispensing Chemists. 100 South High
street. Columbus, Ohio.", nov4-deodAw4w
COUNTY BDIHD SCHOOL EXAMI
NERS' MEETINGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturdaro
each month in the year. Alao, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall months.
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PRINTING.
PRKSTTINGr.
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jPROjPjftifcTORS.
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Nos. 36 38 & 40 North nigh St,
COLUMBUS. OHIO
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The attention " ' tbe Business Publio called to
th superior facilities of this Establishment,
We have in constant use '
Eleven Steam
Power, Presses
or ma
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability to gat out work promptly is
i ..surpassed in the West. We bar lately
. . . .. - made addition to onralreadv . .
sUABtSiE TABIEl x Os?
PRINTING TYPES,
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And we feel confident to satisfy all who nay give
- us a ealL Our large fonts of type enable us
' to do aU kinds of
BOOK PRINTIiGl
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"B th most prompt and excellent manner, and we
' call the attention of those wanting anything
: ' lathis ine to the '
ELEGANTSPIJCIMENS
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING!
Th reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
' ' ' Employing;, as wo do, none but th '
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Best of Workmen.
' ' 1 And having a full assortment of th
LATEST niid CHOICEST
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STYLES OF TYPE
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
Mercantile.
Railroad,
Bank and
Commercial
as
Printing
" . STJCH
Bill Heads, .
Circulars,
Blanks of aU kinds.
Drafts, ;
Cards, ;
Letter ' Beads,
Checks,
ttc, &t.
IN FACT.
EVERY KI1VD OF JOB PBIKTIK6
Heeded by tbe business publio.
We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ILL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the oily such as
Super Royal .
" - - -
Demy, ,,
Cap,
Medians, ,
Crown Cap,
abetter anI "
TXTotio Papers
Of th best qualities, and, purchasing them as w
. do, directly from tba manufaoturer, we are
. ,- enabled to doonr work at eorrespond-
ingly low rate. We ar Sol
. Agents for th
CELEBRATED PAPERS
OP
PLVTIVjETlt ate POBTEB.
BLANK , BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are prepared to
fill all orders for
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ook. are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oba lenge competition in
this line. , ;
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O I "V E O.syAlCALL.
INEVINS & MYERS,
S, SS AO Noi-th;'IIIsh Street,
OOUJHBJJB.
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: T cysjjrxi sa,1 mm
" TJav Booluii
CaatlA
,, THE SUCCESS
Of our OSE .DOLLAR ;SAL1? has paused, snob
wf lii-i-n iirra j : 1 ni ,"!!.! i
That in order to Supply the demand occasioned bv
our constantlr incrraslnw uatronace. we have re
keeotly made iiap-wtations lor taeFell Trade, dliect
irora European nian.jacturors. .. ( i '
iniounting . to Nearly ',$500,000,
So that we are Dreoared to sell evarv desr.rintion
of Orv and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery.Watehes, Albams, Jewelry. Ac of better qual
ity maa-aoy omer concern m r.s counvy lor toe
uniform price of ONE DOLLAR FOR EACH AR
TlCLh. The bee of Boston sad New York refer-
noes given as to the reiiab litv of our house, and
that our btrsineseis conducted1 in the fairest and
most legitimate ,manner .possible,, aud mat we
give greater value for the thoney than can be ob
tained in any other-way; All Gooda damaged ar
broken jn transportation reptaoed aiihout charge.
Checks describing articles sold sent to agents in
Clabe at ratesi mentioned below.We guarantee
every articl to eost leFSth in if bought at any Bos
ton or New York Wholesale House.
Our Commisslohs. to Agtihts
Exceed those of everr other establishment of the
hitid, proof of thisvanbafoundin comparing ovr
premiums with those of others for Clubs of the
same size, in addition to which- we claim to give
better goods ot tna same onaxactei- Vi e will send
to Acent8 free of charge.
For a vlub of 30 aud Thbeb iiollaub l dog.
good linen Sbirt Fronts; 1 set Solid Vold Studs;
all Wool Cassimcre for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large Bisei 1 elegant Balmoral Skirtt'M yards
brown or bleached ft' ecting, good Quality, yard
wide; 1 elegmt 100 Pioture Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 toubla lens Stereesrope and 12 Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated engraved 5 bottle Castor; I
elegant Silk Fan, with Ivory -or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spaDgled; 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: SO yards good frint; 1 very fine Damask Table
Coven lpair best quality Ladies' Serge Congress
Boots; i aiiien una i,inen r,.weis; x dosan Kogers'
best Silver Dessert Forks: 1 Ladies' lareereal Mo
rocco Traveling Bag: 1 fancy Dress Pattern, X
dosen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
i aosen L.aaies nne Merino or cotton stockings;
Gents' heavy chased 8f lid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' high out Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant. Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons, f
. Fob a Club or so and Five Dollars 1 black
or colored A lpaeca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur-
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; bog raved Silver
platad 6 bottle Revolving Castor: 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk: 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin: 3X yards very
fine Canaimore, for I'a its and Vest; I set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras '. heavily beadedand lined
with silk: 1 pair Gents Calf Boo s: 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good browner bleached Sheeting.
ard wide or 40 yards Z yards wide, good quality; 1
.adies elegant Morocco 1 ravelin? Has? 1 sanare
wool nnawi; i plain nurwiea rooun uresa rat
tern. 13 rards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
rOBAt-Ll'BOF 100 AND TIN 1JOI LAKS-I ric
Merino or 1 hibet Dress Fattern: 1 eair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Aapkins to match; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots: 1 heavv silver nl&ted en
graved ice Pitcher; ve y fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting: 7H yards fine Cassimere for
suit, 1 e'egant Poplin Dress Pattern; 1 elegant
English llerag IJress raUern; 1 beau til nl Knglisb
Horace Shawl: 1 set ivorr balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Bunting-case
vtatcn: 1 Mart ett Hand roitaoie ftewioz Jiacnine:
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages; S5 yards good Hemp
Carpeting, good colors; 1 pair good Marseille Quilt'
1 good 6 barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 single barrel Shot Gun: 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles; 1 verv fine Violin and iiow.in case; 1 eetivori
balanced Knives and Forks.
rresenis lor larger Clubs increase m tbe sam
ratio.
AVw Send Money by Registered Letter. .
AaT Send for nnr tiew Fall Cirenlar.
Aw- Catalogue of Goods sent to any address nil
PAKKER A CO,
Nos OS and 100 Summer street. Boston,
rssep8-wl9w
OHIO SAW WORKS
V ' Patent Ground Cirenlar Sawa,
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS.
HAND AND RIP SAWS.
-IT-
RxFAiBnto Cabbfullt and Pbomftlt Done,
WOODKUtjSjiH dc McPAKLIN,
n I ; -" ' Hamilton. Ohio, and
ractones. j 233 1 9W West 7th St.. Cincinnati.O
Warehouse. 11 A 14 West 2d street, Cincinnati, O
mchi t un rjtivjs , . ,,ro sep6-w3m
. ItBSI.CH Kit, JAMCS & CO.'S
Great One Dollar Sale
THK MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF THE
h-LND 1A TrlE CCIUMItX.
rpHE KRkAI.L,ES'r ARTICI.R OX OTJK
A -checks can be exchanged at any time for
snlanriid larze Concertina, or a five-bottle revolvin
ailver-piated Castor, or taentv-four Frenoh Store
osnoDic Views. We have on hand over half a mil
lion nnllara' worth of goods . The largest and most
valuable stock of Linens, Woolens, t ottons. Flan
nels, Dress Uoods, rancy Uoods. riated ware, Cut
lery. Meerschaum Pipes, Ac-, Ac. ot ANY DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prices. This never baa been done be
fore, and is causing a complete panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherever our goods ar. sent
If-you wish to buy goo.is cheap, now is the lime
We are bound to sell 1 Everything sold at the uni
form rate of ON E DOLLAR EACH. Those get
ting op clubs for other firms will do well to stop
w here they re, and send for our Circular. Our in
ducements are double those of any ether- eoaoarn.
Agents, Look 11 ore I
For a club of Thirty and 03. we send one of the
following articles, pre opchakge: U yards
heavy brown or bleached yard wide Sheeting;
Double Lens French SterofCope. with 84 rich for
eign views; 1 Ladies' real Morocco Traveling Bag;
to pairs Ladies' fine Meriuo Stockings; 1 geuu
Meerschaum Pipe, amber mouthpiece, in splendid
case; 1 Violin and Bow in box complete; Ail-Wool
I assimere for pants: 1 pair Ladies extra quality
Cloth Boots. 1 dosen fine I.ioen Toaels; 1 Steel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced han
dlo, very best quality; Gents' heavy chased solid
Gold Ring; Elegant Delaine I'resa Pattern; 1 doaen
heavy silver p'ated white metal Dessert Forks;
dozen Rogeis Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 6 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 riob
20-keyed metal bound Concertina, retails for 010.
For a club of Fifty and $5, one of the following
articles : 1 Web of heavy brown or bleached yard
wide Sheeting: 1 black or colo-ed Alpaoca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets; Engraved silver
plated S bottle Revolving Castor; 1 set ivory bal
anced Knives, with silver pla'ed white metal Forks;
t pair Gents' Calf Boots; 35 yards good Print;
yards double width Waterproof for Cloaking;
Square Wool Sbawl; Sii yards very fine Cassimere
for pants and vest; Ueautilul Poplin Dress rattern;
100-Pioture Turkey Morocco Photograph Album.
For a club of One Hundred and $10, presents va
rying in value from $1& to $25 Club of Five Hun
dred and 060, presents from 00 to 0100. Laraer
oluns increased in the same ratio1. Piemiums sent
with goods. ' . 1 r
Circulars free to any address. Send all money
by registered letter or mono order.. Address
, . BELCHER. JAMES A CO,
8 uccesaora to A. S. Hardy A Co.,
! 7 A 0 Bromfield street, Boston, Mass.
B-OctZ7-w4t . - .-. : I ...i
MONEYSAVED::
We are constantly purcoasing for cash in the New
I ora and isoston Markets, all Kinds ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. SILKS. COTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SEW
ING MACHINES. CUTLEHY. DRESS. :
GOODS, DOMESTIC GOODS. . . "
.to.. Ac.
Which wa are actually seliiiwt at an aver ge price
of One Dollar lor.hocli Article. Our
sales beipg strictly tor casn.-ano. our trade much
larirer than that of anv other similar concern, en.
ables us to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed of any otner nouse.-
, TlXliJ LA.DIE8
Are especially invited to give us a trial.:.
Sssd for a Circular and Exohangb List.
Ourelub system of se ling is as lollowr: Forts
sand 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
20 different articles to be sold for a dollar each;
tor04:0 tor 0; loo for 10. Ao. Sent by mail.
Unmmieiiono laraer ttan those ofereti by any other
Arm, according to site of eiub. Single lountain
and check, 10 cents. Malaand femaleagents want
ed, acaameney in negisierea Letters.
U A .., Mink .J ..... : , I 1 1
. ' tj U V. UB ..iv. v.i.w, auu vU III OrClkUOVf IUUK.
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
nouse tnereaiter. -
EASTMAN A KENDAI L,
63 Hano.-er street, Boston, Mas
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
I 'WILL BELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
ERTY in the city of Columbus, a farm of ISO
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pay the difference,
any, in cash. Toe land ia situate at tbe corner of
cross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich bind, and well tim
bered with walnnt. asb, sugar-tree and spice buscn
A good bargain will . b. given. w ANREWS.
' Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
marS-wtf
PASSAGE TO AN fBOM GKE41
Britain and Ireland, bybteamship and hail
ing Packet, by weekly lines, at reduced rates. TAP
SCOTT BROS. A CO. t-6 South street. Ne.
York continue to issue Passage Tickets, availablt
for twelve months, from London, Liverpool, oi
Oueenstown, and Dra'ts, payable on demand, foi
anv amount, from 1 and upwards,.
BAILEY THOMPSON A CO , Ageuts.
mokU-wly-HMT Banker .Columbus
RlJflLCIIOI
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; XW TRAIDB, .-..
TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Routs.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
fit i'Z"X-wysu Tralna XJaily;
EXCEPT SUNDAY. '' ' -i 1
I Froni Columbus, in cobheetibn -with Trains nthi
Little raiamfA Colambus tc XenLa
nanroaiu.
'-GHT'EXPREaa Leaves TViinm'bna' a'lj
A . H. will stop at IJelaware, Cardingron. Gilead,
ton. Grafton and Beraa. arrivin. at lUavalaiMl. al
HO A. M New York 7.-00 A. M. . This train leaves
Hini.,'ili,i nm nnl 'Mmil..
NO. 1 ACCOMMODA1HON Leave OotthShua
at 4 JO A, M. , Willftopat all way stations.. This
train starts fro ji tte t rejght Yard. ,..-. -.,-. ,
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbns at
11:10 A . M i w ill Stop at Delaware Cardington.Oal'
ion. Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 31M
tr. M., Hew York next day at 36 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS-' Leaves Columbus at as
P. M. Will stop at Worthincton, Lewi Center
Aieiaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Siuloh,
New London. Wellinfftn. 44raftn and UAi-aa. Ar
rive af Cleveland at 25 P. M.. New York 10-J0 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIADEL-y-AWAKEV
Leaves Columbus at 3:8 P.' M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at DelaVare at 4:10 11. M. SnrinafiAid
coo r. M. I6is train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A,
M .. arrives at Delaware at fttO A.. Col am bus
K)tA.M.-: i-ii:i v,ju mt-im -.i-.. i
Pa tea t Sleepln g Curs are r a ml
Zlitcht 1'rains) Cni-oafro,
V
, j .new lork aunsi
'.I. '..
ar. Bafgage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland : nlaa. tn PbilaHMmKIa .nrl
xsew 1 ora, via presume.
1 i J KETORNiNGr ' ' . .
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at ll.it
r. n.
-'Mail Train arrirs at Colnmbns at 910 P. M; ''
- Springfield Aeoeauuodation arrives at Columbu
at 1035 A. M. . , , .. 1 . . .. v .,,
Fare aa Low sta by any Other Ronts,
. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
..... . - . . . E. S. FLINT,. .. t ti
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio...
1. . JAMES PATTERSON.
. Aawnt. Columh .. OHn '
. Coluabus. Way 11. 1868. , . . . , . v-
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NEW YORK.
REEVES' A1MBROSIA
for", the' hair,
improved v
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ' . 1
rt causes the Bair to Curl beautifully, , , . . ,
It keeps th Scalp C'ean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. . ..
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly
it immediately stops Hsir Falling Out., i t
It keeps theHair from Changing Color from Age. ',
It res cores Grey Hair to kt Original Color. : 1 '.
It brings out Hair on beads that have been bald foi
t years. , .v .n
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
-'. '' -p.i ble substances ali '
It has received over six thousand1 voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many" which are from
. . . ; . - 1 ..
.. . .. .-, physicians in high standing.
It is sold In half-pound bottles (the natae blown
in tbe glass),' by Druggists and Dealer in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whol:
sal by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.
Schieffolin A Co.. New York. SCHNT-meh27-dly
: , .' i .
: A New Article, of ifood, .
' ' ' '''I " "rrt-rt.7r,rW I
It was M. Brillat Havarin. the celebrated Frenoh
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does tn. re lor Society than the
man wno aiseoveia a l lanet. " toe
, I ,. , CACIO 1I JIACCAROSI
or Italian menared tlheeaa MaccaronL is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome ai d piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in Hear s loons, raror Sample Hooms.
it ii Mien nn kmul. Hisauit ar Tout.
It is suitable for Sandwiches inglese "Pua fet-
tine dt pane conaentro." ' especially is it ad a p tea
for tbc.se climates where the article of cheese can
not he kept in a sound oondition for any length of
time. .
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash
Stews-and warmed upon- a stove, alter tbe can
has been opened, it makes, without lurtner prep
'rjaration. a DRl.lCiocs WKLSH RaREBIT.
. For Travelers and others, it is far more ooirOm
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or rot
ted Vleata- -' -
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but askfor
Hairi-l.
Send 05 for a i a pit nozcw V. Tb Cans, and rich
ly GlLDSDshow card, seearely packed, an.l ship
ped per express to any address. ; laberal disoounts
made to tbe trade.
N. B. The Casiodi Maccaroni Is Put UP in
boxes, and packed in eases of two dosen at 8
ease, net easo. - , : :
For sale by all respectable Grocer, and at. the
rruit stores.
k.nnn.ikls .rVkfita w. n lrl nvarvwhem.
' All orders aud communications should be ad
dressed to
r, , 7 1 . . rrr ,,...,.mnr .1 el c.lvini
i lit. 1.11 l.'U.-lU.l KA.jlr a.. . .
98 Liberty Street, New York.
TNT-st pS9-deodGmos
PITTSBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
A. WORD
xx7 rnrTT ' vnrT!
BRr AD "IS TI1K T t ft Or LIFE
your most important article ot diet. The health
of your family largely depends-upon it being
; LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
. Would you have it so t Then use only j
NATRONA SALERATUS!
. AW IT IS ABSOLUTELY PCRE.-S.
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
white and beautiful. Take a pound Dome
to your wife to-night, hue will n
..1 . .1 ., . delighted with it.-.-.. . .
hta with it- . ,
nteawitail . 1 .
1 1 ;. J .P.
Buyers of Soda should try our , j
BMARBDMTB OP SODA.
W e guarantee it ot only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
American make, but even purer than the best New
Cas:le or Engiisn Hoda.
: i aiiniruTntn it m ' '
PENN'A SALTMANUF'G CO.,
PITTSBURGH, PA.:
Tirr-
auglO-eodly-T-'
BOOTS
AND SHOES.
i-i-t
T. V HBFARD.
.' ''. o. 'BoBien.
CHEAP. BOOTiv AN Dv SHOES.
new:
firm;
rri' g.'OHEPIIItl) HAVING
FOR.1t
. 1 .'a nertnershiu with G. HOKIGER. far
purpose of parrying on the Boot and Shoe trade
NO. ICS SOUTH 11 If. II gTBKETi
WouldNrespectfully invite their, friends and the
public gererally toeau ana examine toe.rni.-e anu
well seiecieq srocxei i.aai.s , , uen , a.ii
Ubildren's Boots ana scoes, tnis aay receiveo m-
-u a-A k. . a.f r.l,M.hL tha. ar. nnwoffering
(ni-nl. nn ih. 1.1 n.t rf.M-uin.hlA tnrma. In OUT DID'
ufaoturing department special attention is given
CUSTOM MADE WOE A. - "
T :: rll 1.:., -nil nromptly done.
'Wewonld respectfolly solicit a ?rt,ofP"'l!
.aiii.ii,., Iu.! .it. ni a oall. .No trouble
iLTrJi'mr?., th. olaee No. MS South High street,
Remember the B g Ffif P A KD A HORIGER.
prni,nu. n Rmt. 12. lfes. " dtf
GKOCERS.
M'COLM, MILES 1 & M'UOXALDS.
. NO. & SOUTH HIGH STREET-
: 3- It O O R W,'
viHOPHIETOBS . COL IT ill HUM POW
r Hr R MAGAZINE, and aeents for the sale of
rlasard rowaer uompanj s r-owaer. -Agents for
the sal of . - - ....
. .'GARDNER, PH1PPS A CO.'S
Celebrated Sufrar Cared ' Hams,
and dealers in
FOREIGN", DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
- GROCERIES
In all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandie
Mgars. etc. . : n iull-eodlv
JOSEPH ' H. - G-EIGER
.. Attorney- at Lav, ,-r..-PARSOH'8
BUILDING, ..,'. -t i '
autlS-eodAmJ 1 0B. TO WA:& EISBSTS.
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAG
AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
rr nT i i i- " .
e
The Shortest Boule Wcat Naa
. Chaajfe of Cars to Chicaaro, Pa
1 . 1 .1 W jr.
vim ... Aaaaaaaaapoiiat.
FOUR TBAIlfS DAILY leave Onion Depot 'Ca
10' i.. uilumbus, as follows :iihy -.-
C.IK A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS 8uudaya
U.IiJ excepted.) Arrirea at Milford 8K A M
Lrbana8:6 A..M,; TVfVt 105 A.M.: Lima 11-01
PJM TtSedoJ: Pi M.I UatroilSdO. P, M.v.;
iPasaengera by this train arrive .at Toledo .
Detroit 3 hours ahead of any other rout"'-1
19in M. DATTnCPBB -8 fSundavs ex.
Piof.a g.5tp. jsj Bradford function S-15 P' M
Riobmond i-JsT.M.: Indianapolis 7:8!P. M.'Lol
gansport 0S0.P. M.; Peona 2S A. M.: GsJaabarg
8HS A
M.
villalJO
uiixjDsuiD-jD.iia. iia A . in ; juouis
, Mrt Terre Haute 110 P. U Mattooo
135 A
vairo a.- Y. M.; Pan. Ml A. M. Al
M.-f ba. Loia 80 a. M.j Lafavatte
SDrinefie d. II inA;a rul u . r ; -
ton a.,
110 P. M.;
ey 12:45 P M : Keokuk M fn. -i,"
Passengers by this Uuaeach St. Louis the next
Horning hour a ahead,, and f-r nointa wast
of st. Louis ONK 'train' ln Ib'fiscl Tt
all other rentes..' . H, ., -,
5:20
P. M. CHICAGO AND ST, LOCIS EX
Pltk.SS (Snnda.a .tc.t4 V
Piaua8:48P. M.: LoCTOsTjnTt S-ftft A ' M - nh;..
8:16 A. W ' IndUaapolia 2:06 A. M.i Terr. Mn7.
A. iij Evansville P. M - Mattoon 838 A.
!.: Pana 10-05 A. M.: Alton 1:40 f. IA - Rt-. Loaia
1H5 P. M.; Lafayette 7:I5A- M.j Springfield. Ills.
1:05 P. M.; Quincy 7io P. M.; Keokuk 8.45 P. Mi
Louisville 7:45 A. M.TTtAhville 630 P.M ; Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 03 Al.'M Detroit f-M
A. M4 - .,-:.,,,.,., . .. ,
new iHTTi rt vASs" " "-'
8 1
ee p in p
RUN IN THIS TBAJJO O CHICAGO AND '
OM ST. LOUIS liOUTK .TO MATTOON. ILL.
.t, 317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE. . .
Arriving at St. Louis 10 hears and Louis vill
8 hears aUteaeVof any at bar route.-. . ,
lO.AK A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to I.
1 Viy dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Eocansport 835 A. M.: Peoria
5:tC P. M.: Cbioaao 1 P.M.) IndUnapolisT:10 A
U.I T.rri Hint. 10-50 A.M. Fvansvilla 1Q4M P U
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Criro 4:16 A. M.; Pana 1:13 P.
Mi Alton 7:15 P.M.: tit.d uis 0:10 P. sl.i Lafay
ette 2 JO P. M.: Louisville 4.30 P. ll.; Kaahvilla
40 A. M., Memphia 3:16 P. M. ' M a ' . '
Passengers by this trirt reach St. Louis tX and
vnieage 0 asars aaeat at say other
State Room Esleepinr Cars
RON IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBCRGJUTO INDIAKATOUa
WITHOUT CHANU.. , . . , ,
'Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond,
' Tickets fnrsale at llnio. and Pt a. a lMnnta
Colombus. aad at all principal Railroad. Ticket
F. CHANDLER, Gen"! Ticket Agent.
J. M. LU&X.General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
',s.lil
EL
RAILROAD
I
1
or j
I
f 1 -
1 in
----- - . - . MM. . Ky n , ,
AFopoai, aiaiiy (snnaays -.xcepiecf.
e:iO A. M. NIGHT ETPRFS9 am'ri. ,
Zanesville at 4:30 A. M; Bellaire at 8:10 A. H.
Baltimore at 430 A. M.PW aaaington City at SOI
A. M. " .
, . ' . ,..-. ... ...- t. 1 ' : '-nK
IttlO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS A rrlrlnar
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. M: Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at AM A. ML;
A.M. .... .
rYasfcington CtU atirl i'
-;.... W- It' i;: -
etOO P. M. EXPRESS VIA ITi. arrWiatr at 7eaa.
ville at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 80 P. M.; Baltimor
at 45 P. M.tWashiiigtx)nCityat55P.M, t
.These trains are frem TWO to EIGHT hoar
in advance of aU other route ta Baltimore and
Washington. . r. , -. , ... ., . . .
Close connections made at Baltimor and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of J
VisitiBg ;.Wahintoa City; Frtie.
- - . - . - -. 1 . j
10 Change of Cars atOhlo River
Ask Far TICKETS wlnllCUaAJB.
' !:-: rr-' ."iivii . -i .
. JNO L. WILSON. Hsstar cf Tnnsportatioa,
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
": JNO. W. BROWN. GeaT Passenger Act.' I
. maylft . . , . . ,
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
i-"S JL!ri..Jrrtij
ilai'
RAILROADS
) -
1 : : ' !' . ,' ' .Irt
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1HC8, fQU ,
. TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOB CIXCnTHATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, EX.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, VS. , ,
DIAHAP0LIS ft CHICAGO, ' '. .
Withou (change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
tuimiJ, ana only one cnangeot ears to API -DIANAPOLIS
wnd CHICAGO.
v ! .
. , Connections are reliable as follow.
" . . j . . V'i
ji : 1 FIRST. TRAIN (Daily). ,.; , . , 4
Leaves at MO A. M. for Cincinnati, Circlevill
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Cbilliootbe; stops at Lon
don, Xeuia, Mwrew, and Lovelaod, arriving a (
Cinninnati at 8 JO a- m. ,, y - j .- t.tT
- v - SECOND TRAIN. - ... JJ
'1:-.:, (Daily except Sundays J , ;
L laves at 5IOO At M. for Cincinnati. Daytoa
Richmond, indiananolis and Chicago, and aton. at
WMt Jefferson. IndonrSouth Charleston, Selma,
,. Cedarviile.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow!
I South Lebanon. Fosters. Loveiand, Milford, ar-
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M iirsnntstinc
wiw too auui Aoaw.
a it . .!..! i THIRD .TRAJT. . ,.
...... (Daily except Sunday. J
.! Ji.rt
on and
nati at
LMvaa at IStliA P. M for Cincinnati
" gPrf,10' Xeni' " t Cine;
I oa ,.:.!.. a
a 'il
r- ' ii- FOURTH TRAIN. ; : ' . ..
(Daily except Sandays.) ti t-.-.
- loaves at fit).) P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
opringnv-o via uoouon, stropping at aiub, weal
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, - Seiasa,
Ce.iarville. Xenia.. Morrow and LoTciand, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 100 J . M.
Sleeping; Cars an all Itlg-ht Train.
tjt? v t?"v uunnra -r.-.w-t A .ni
-V.- 1,: .7 :' taja. W. DOHEKl'Y. Agent,
n JOHJf DURAND. : I rVim t.tu I. bvuO.
. GenT Ticket As'U ,. : . ' ; . ; snaylA'
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
I
PAN BANlrKE ROUTE.
u
to
...,. .(. o,w "1 ' m .
J l,
- Y" ..T V" 4","
I follows. ' 1 3
N. Y. ExDresat Mail .. Jul
Columbus 2:00 A. M. 1:15 P.M.- 11S0 A. M.
Newark ........3:95 A. M."' 8i P. M. ' 11:S6 P.M.
Steu benville. , .0;00 A. M. - 0.-40 P. M- 5:16 P. M.
' Arrive at ' ' ' V'"'-.
Pittsburgh.. 11 10 A. M., ISrSO M. -, 76 P.M.
HarrisbMrg.... 0:20 P. M. 12:20 P. M. 6KMA.M.
Philadelphia. J lrt5 a.M. ., 40 P. M. i SS A. Mi
New York.. 6:80 A. M. . OSS P. M. 11:60A.M.
Baltimore 8rf5 A. M. ' IMP.H." :30F.'M.
Washington... 9:40 A.M. : 19-60 P.M. P M.
Boston 60 P. M 120 P. S.
E'egant sta'e room sleeping ears on all night trains.
On the r ast Line tbe celebrated "Silver Palace'
dav and night cars are run through from Colnmbns
to Philadelphia and New York without change. t
ATsT Passengers by the 10 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York at5 o'olock -Monday morning,
an advantage never beforeoflered.
......n.-rvwl Gen" Ticket Ag't.St'eu'bel.ville'Jt).
W. W. CARD. Euperiuteatoin, gj" jill,).
j .i Ticket ArentiColuurbas
JOHN B.PETERS, Agent. Coiumbus." ,
' junelo-dly-juSO .- 'rT'fMlvIt
WHOLESALE GROCERS. ;i
W. . SltOOXS. AL1X. aOOBTON. W. B. Bt, IV
,. Cor. Bich Hls;h Sta.', Coiambaa,
Wholesale Crocers,
NEW 0SLBAKS STJQAR8 ASS JIOlABg?
j.lsland Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices, Tobacco
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