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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
ftWAftA arli,d -WieVtiraftratTu, el 6,
Jia-uhaa. OA.:), and ejtar Monday, May
wj Iran will lia HMtHni; !. ! n.ul J
ClmluttMwtai Gla'tl K. si.
1N J TJ-fjf .Ttjll :10 ArS'i'o & Ml
Delaware Accommodation.. 14)6 PM, MS A. Ml
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I ILmMMtetitl tOMMtai Xante ft. at
KicMKxpraM ISO A. M, ,1.5 A.M
Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. -'AS P. M,
Express...... vrrrryrmisM p. M. lirooA. Ml
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axpraea Mif-- S:O0P. M. - 11:30 A. iU
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, IHalt IBHi.Uj:i.C -:0S A. M. . ! i J:16 A M ,
AwmeiodatieB. 0:4 A. Ji.'i 1:30 P.- M,
. Western Express,.,.,.. ...
Tey Express....,..,. T-.iUtt-M TM? 1140 A. Mi
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pjiail 4 Express.. ..10.20 A.M., F.W
XaauneidExoreeA ,,;.:......,. 3.45 P.M. 9.46 A.M.
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Sew York Expcea :,., 140 A. M. P, M.
LititaiB txpr.....rHrtO A-M. ,, 60 P. M.
' Sail aod Express :1S P. M.v 11:65 A.M.
tonisoa Aoenamndation 61OO A. M. ' s40 P. M.
,., New V ork Express sua daily. All Other trains
run daily, except Sunday. ,
Dnuion Aooommoditlon ' ltartl from freight
jardi"-' ..; .. . j
-iiil !' ii oiii : Johh B. PrKKf, Agent, i
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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(1 ill '.If 1--.. l.--i -"'! AMTTErt.! . OUWII. I
r.Jtoatara ' ThrootH Mailt. 7 a. m. f. k. a. m. r. m
via ntanbanTilia and
Pittsbnrcb 11:30 12 JO 10M
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Cbicao.Tta C. F. A I; C,1 -
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IiittlaHiamiR.il.. War. ....,
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Zanarrilla A Whaaliaci
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'C- "P. A fc. Through and
Way v ....
droWrHlej Chilliootha ' t ' !
aneanar. Ohio...-,..... r
Cast v ajr.Vktionaf Road. 10J0
Hi. Vomoa War.Wastar-
Forth Colombo and Clin
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..tooTilla........ ......... jusw
arriTei Mondaja Wed-
oflo .:.: !ao
r. tl.;..l :
' n wul, A rndays. ana
leaTM Tnesdaya, TBora
Am.rm and HatnrdaTS .
Centre Villaira. (tri-week-l
l7TBesdaja.Thatadaa 11 M.
Offici Hours. Office opn atTX b'eloek A. M.,
and doae at fXP. M. Bandars, open at4 A. M.l
Snndai at P. M. . . . i
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER.
Whiter Taehiotio now
In a decided form, end offer plenty of food
for comment ftnd 8peenlation,4n their va
Jtietjriri BOelty. -No necessity exist,
either, for complaint from Any quarterj for
Jnever:wtts'r80 touch latitude allowed, and
never greater opportunity for the exef
ise'of iBdiTldUsi taste and lndividaal in--lrnaeloftv"1
ti..-1 ( '''(:" 3- : !
i The)' prominent -ieatnres ' of the " winter
fashions are high colors, and what winy be
!aled Tanttuto in style-.' Tbo'nly difficulty
! Is,' thai in the contusion, occasioned by tod .
rreat a variety, most women select exactly
'What Is most- onbecbml ng to them, and
trerbre the reneral effect is less happy.
Hhstvlt otherwise would do. " - - i i
There are many very beautiful, and mnny
ery excellent materials, however, from
owfaleb1 fcdle with iudgment an make a
election that will do credit to their taste,'
without trespassing to ny treat extent.
upoii their husband's parses.-- ' ' 1 j
Caprices n fashion fehoutd; never "be In-
dufsred By -persons of limited means, i or
'bonld'triy fondness Jot nccumulatiDg
tempt them Jo the purchase of an unnee
'sarJ wrrnber-of dresses, or other articles
cof-1othtBjtvi'One Dew -dress occasionally,
made up in the prevailing style, is better ;
than half a dozenrthree or four of which
will baveJ6 their UshioTv and freshness.
jljeVbTfctbey areworn.-i:-!;'' -'. -'.! J'.j.Yi j
Hieb, priiflit colors are appropriate and
leconiinfr at this season of the year, and we
recommend ladies in ; the country, where :
The winters are particularly long- and,
ilootny i to wear them more than they ttsn-;
airy &6s VA warm brleht-erlmson merino;
jUress-is1' pleasant -object on these eold,:
rrays, wnea trees are teanesp, mow
vovefs the around, and videhees of out-
doer Hfe eonslst; principally, of bitter op-'
fosttton mud resistance to the Hat of win-:
Iryate.'--' :" W V ' ' ;'
"--litdles In ;nie 'eonntry, ag a .'ge-nr-ral
rule, do not dress warmly enough, and that
1 the principal reason , why they lefcr to
5ak exercise. -and shiver tfeemnelves Into
jyspepela over hot stoves. Wear more'
Hrool Ma-wtntet1 and? lese cottou ; wear:
brighter !eolorBaand take more out-dooTj
exercise, and health and spirits would be
greatly Improved. 1 . . . , (
Tartah- dresses and tartah' suits are very'
Bnch wora this winter, and are very bright
and pretty, for either the bouse or the
Street. ; A tiandsome and .new trimming,
- for suits of this description, consists of a
fringe made of balls of chenille, in the col-;
ora of theiartaa. ! i - i '
For in-door drseR,thchecksan plaids
in green and blue, and scarlet and. Alack
Jtve tbe beat wear, and lor these no trim
ming is so suitable or effective as black vel-
r.-iSo drevmlth sruffled -black ailkt
apron, and standing ruche or Jlnen collar, f
would be pretty enough to please the most,
fastidious. - -
High-dresse of scarlet cashmere, de
laine or French merino, are-very much!
roe by yottn ladies, with little-paniered
verdresaea of black silk, ruffled and puffed i
up on the sides, with bows ot black ribbon,
3HrraarroW floating ends. ; , t
There is no waist, to speak of. to these
overdresses j they Are simply little puffed
up skirts, generally rounded and open on
th:Slde, wrttt a. Httle bodice attached,
which is stralghtround tbe top, but pointed
jdeepry,iwtckaPd.lrooU- Alargebow, with
short, wide ends, lorms an ornament at the
back of the bodieej be body of the dress
nHkbtf (rlmfned with blck velvet, er with
tufflsd brtteOe ot blactaiik. . - : -'i
It fHoka itv tartan Jattd -water-proof cloth
-are generally employed for wear with suits,
wnd krev beet adapted fot. the purpose,
fnere ialeos use suid demand for rich vel
vet eleelts neat than formerly, the costly
material being thrown away en the. little
capes, and jackets, and mantiea, wuicn owe
their attraction to-their eccentricity, and
can not be expected to be permaaent
-iiTrteae 'capea, however,, and tbe rpelisse.
form of cloaks afford a fine, opportunity
aw:utdieawbowl8l to obtain a warm, com
fortable cloth cloak. . Unite the two, and
desirable will be obtained.
AT SIMMONS' HEADQUARTERS.
At this great mlirffcry nouse In the Ope-
ra Block,' we flnd-ut ftttie'ehange In tbe
size of bonnets, h What Is to be done about
the small bonnet 4s a matter -for specula-
tisiu aalrtr thov retnnt ot everr seasoo, and
esnectally every cold season. . But, in spite
of the cold, spite of the; ridicule wbicn has
been heaped upon them, they stiU. seem to
hold tbeir own, and grow smaller instead
r lnrirpr. at. everv fresh-rebuff. -
Still, although the sizi has not changed;
the shape lias, and we think It has greatly
TZ. A TV,, vitinll .t Ik. hi., 1. lSu-
dem bonnet; tbe soft, "Scotch" bonnet,
with its styligh aigrette and plume, are all
' improvements on the little flat, shapeless
natch, which haabeen a. vogue during the
two pastyearftV' ' ."'. V.
. m, revival of Datterns elves style to the
bonnets, which they &ave not lately pos-1
aewed. t The lanchon afforded no room lor
decoration, Dut tne nign, rouuu uiro
tbe new bonnets allows of the disposal or
sunding plumes with very good effect, and
also C the curled plumes, the ends of
which droop over the efttynon.' ' " '
Velvet flowers, however, forming a dia
dem across the front, areatiU "well worn,"
and are In high vegue upon the genuine
French bdnnete The tmqueut Is probably
the favorite style amoug-.toesei a straight
IZl .,1 nrnnetted front faced across
with lace, and full diadem wreath of velj
y flowers, with jet centers; at the back
there Is a scan oi piacs iact, uu fr,yi
These bonnets are either made In black,
Or lilgn-ooi"rc" -r --
with Mack. Bicb black feathers, short and
J weHurIeil,i wttH a ,xtoro f real .bsoa.
lorms o wt Uiti ye Tan nmm pot
bonnet i tiultaiiaried. foarlct or j-oantolr
a HarK iockoy s r , reryn popu mriyi iwora
this seaaon for nromenadine. for.shonrjlnr
and the lUiArt-fcMSTOTrtblor. in fact, buK
1 visits and, evenlns!, nurposeA.Irte. most
fotylisli ,Ia tho XGran(U yucJttfae.j v IttM k
f Kln-k v'ft,a harrnof. ir.'rntxn ' onfl 1A fri,inon
u d kt the. sidns. ..In .the, center , or the
crown Ijierof fealwav9:a,roflM:9P.esa(lh''
nuuon, wiHi inog, uoatinR. ififus.i, lit is a
mistake hdd. a scarf of iace io, te back
of It,' as' some tuilllneis U9L,',.ft iiiujes Uie
OffeoL - I
Tire "ckVaTfer- miB th'' Indkfusian. ot
Smralshi hatate Jiifih: and: very stylish;.
inev are Bremrreo in eiack straw. an are
alwavs-ornnmented with plume; li I
mti iiv lavr trnanirea 10 rtiHni eiuieF in
the price or style of furs for this season, si
wennu y aolosexamnauounf the stock
of 6uv Aishlon able charters' an turrterrt.
f Clark A farmerv Nell House block.' Mink
m still the popular furlor street wean grit
squirrel rankln(r next In general favor. 'l
The novelty in style consists of mini
and sable BBHffjraaoftf-Alte entire skin of
aeiDgle animal tbe head brought forward
as a formidable ornament to the frrint. V We
tbinV they are prettier thau ,ln sable, the
sable skins betBK rather large; but the lat
ter are proportioned lilength by. narrow
baDdsor.black, yelvet inserted .oetweeri
narrow outside oands of, fur, i and .are ex
trembly suitahle for, as ' well as .greatly ad
mired or; elderly: ladies, who dislike the
small and fanciful dimensions of the mod-t
em muff i
A notiur-."oew idea" la ahe, addition of
white (mat's hair fringe t4he pocket muffs
and collarettes, made in grebe and ermine.
rne sizwortnese- pretty ana youtntul ac
compantments to-a -stylish walktnir or
skating costume iefisrtuced to the smnllest
proportions, so that 'he frintce border may
not. render (hem large, or clumsey in -appearance.:
The fashion In bows, collar ttes. and col-
larines, as they are indifferently called, is
varied, hut not different from those of last
ypsK' There is the ordinary collar.' ot tne-
dium siz' ; the small ermine, or grebe 'col
lar, edged with goat's bsirlrlnyi-; thenar-:
r w, straight bow, wi i n rastens round ine
throat; -and the narrow, double collar,
which fits tbe neck, but has long, bow-like
enuants in tront. ,i t a i i.
A d mand, which has long existed in
England, Is tspiinging up here, tor seal-skin
jackets and sets of glossy black Astrachan.
The rough. Astrachan is not handsome or
desirable, but the jackets, or paletots and
mtifTa nt lirtcptkr Klaolr AB'infrhan. orttrpH
with a waved, silky fringe of the same fur,
f ire very handsome, and would be as fash -?
tonable as seal-slcin. It they were ss expen
sive. ,'' -r -".'
1 . We raw a fur cloak and hood at' Clark &
t -farmer's that 6ld for Slid. It was one of
- he handsomest ever brought to this mar-
; et. .iMi' . .
Hi. One of the most becoming applications
it iue is to trim morning dresses, oi orignr.
! arm merino.. Only narrow bands are ued,
'. tut they are most stylishly arranged, with
i double breast, and a small hatelatne
ocket of fur, lined with silk, and sus-
lendedby two narrow bands of 'lur,' from
r'r,rn belt. - '"' '- ' . ' ' 1
Velveteen stilts, for children, are fashton-
ible.trimmed whh fur. ' ' - '-
8JEII.VES' - ambrosia
FOB THE II AIR
I i Improved 1"
t is an elexant Dressing for the Uair.
t t eaoses the Bair to Carl beautifully-,
$ 'I keeps tbe Scalp C'ean and Healthy.
. It invigorates the Roots of the Uair. ; .
(t forces the Uair and Beard to grow luxuriantly,
j k Immediately stops Hair Falling Oat. -j
tt keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
' ft rescbres Grey flair to tu Original Color.
' It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
J't Ts oom'posed entirely of simple and purely veget'.
oil w.u L.iblesubstanoes. j ;.t, r...
-'It has received over six thousand voluntary tesU-
nonials of its exeelleDee. many - which are from
pfiysicfans In : Klgh standing.
It fs sold la half-pound bottles (the name blown
, in the glass), by Drnggista and Pealers in Faney
goods ovary wliai e. at One Uollar per Bottle. Whole
le by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells 4 Co.;
'Sohiefielin i Co..'New York. 8CHNT-moh57-dly
A. WOED WlTH YOTJ!
BRKAD IS THK 8T4FP OF LIFE
vonr most imoortant artiela ot diet. The heal tl.
of jour family largely dopud upon Us being -,.,r,
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME. ;
Would yon have it sot Then se only
'mtrt is Absolutely pdre.-c .; '
Whiter thaw snow: makes BTead always 'light
, -white and beautiful. Take a pound boms
to your wife to-night. She will be
o .. delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our - ; jt
' JM.TH.03XTuaa. , : ""
BI-CA RBOMTE OP SODA .
e auarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best Mew
CasUe or English Soda.
MAHUFACTUax-D Y TBS
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G
fl'COLM, MILES' & M'DOXALDSj
, NO. 194 & ia SOUTH NIGH STREET
... G ItOCE It ,
nROPKIETOBS COtUJIBIIS POW
L li R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Hazard Powder Compani's Powder. Axents for
tnasaleor - . .' ' : "
Celebrated Saas- Cured - Ilams,
....... . . -and dealers in - . .rV.. , . ,.
FQEEIQJT, POMESTIO AND STAPLE
in ail tbeir'varieties. Inrnorted Wines.' Brandies
Ul(trs,to- .i- -. .- . luil-eooir
STIT Bt2 RECKIVCD AT THE OF.
V T fice of the Citr Civil .Engineer in Columbns.
Ohio, until ! . : .- . ' - , : i
, llleaday, nor. ISUS,, .
at 4 o'olok P. M... for doing the following work,
For building a double row Sag crossing across
south ruhito lane at the west fide of mga street.
I1 or building a double paw nag orosdinz across
Center alley at the north side ot lions street. - -
The bid will be opened or tbe committee or tne
wards in which the improvement is to be made. The
committee reserve the right to reject any or all bids
at their discretion. B. V. BOW EN,
-Citv Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineer1 -office, ko. 8H South High
street, up stairs. ' . i. . i novia-oia
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
1 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BESRY P. ELIAS,' ; Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE. CENTRALLY Lo
cated and eonvenient t business, and to all
points or travel, is ine most aesinabie stoppmi
alaoe for persons visiting the oiw. No pains wil
be spared to make the stay ot guests plearant in
every particular, t..;.-.-1 . . xayin-aBm
T. ALLEN, 'Agent.
WIl,l.COnTl!CB THE COAL BTJSI
at his present stand. . a i , .:!) -( - i
1 Worth High etreet,
and will take orders in both . CAMBRIDGE and
the lowest market price.- - ,
ar CtpMlUSlHUUUii jiimu iv U4ujrv.ug
mylO-eodtfi ; " ,,,
THE . JPLACB ,TO.j BUY
i .iionnvt amb'! mnno i io?tj
r1!siu siilj"VJuw3TT.Tr!i-',iJl' taw
Kerosene Chandeliers. ,io'nlo.io-i sums oj
Bracket. Hall and Table Lames.
lAnterns for Oil or Candle.
The Bewest-and best kind of Burners, Chimneys,
.Yl. " .UI.UIUS la .uo AJnuiy HU!B, lur liaA.lUH
vinunnesistiaus arvweniDCSvis ai .
!(" SHI7!, v .MOHtiWKlC UI.AIBOW.i-t
i 7 v $oa. 8 East Fourth and 163, Alain street, i
i . iv i ".i '"-' -" "- Cincinnaa.
iiil5 lull i T.;i.Ti-if!-.- I lias .hi., i 7li,u J
CAS FIXTURES.- ! 1
Gas Chandeliers, ' '
.0! .yo. My.oif.i;
oaaaes, uioDv, j
kj U I). ui
va ewes j mi u AU tup vno r I.X utc line, IB at V
i . .! . , -.. iloUtNKY A CO.'S Sfpot,
AND ) FITTINGS. iV
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or OaJvAaised.-L'.-l;
Cast-iron Soil Pipe.
Stone and fjement TTratn Pine.
.':f .'' .."(' . .Malleable and 'ast-irn Fittings,
, & learn valves. Stop UOQKs,
-Hi. 71. .! : , . e tias. Serviee, aod i
''' " - .MeterC.ks,A.,4o,
Ur anything in tbe Pipe or Fitting line, is at !
- McHKNttY A CO.'S Depot, " ,
' n ' " Hos. 8 East Fourth and 1(B Maia street. '
Pumps t Plumbers' ' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps; . ;- .'.-n -.. o j
Lift and Force Pumps. .!" :t I -.iicra
",- " Beer Pumpn.tiarden Pumps, Aoj, ;
-.' -L Bath Tub?, Closets. .
.:iiiir:ii v. , M ash-stands, Wash TrayS, I
'-- .Haxk. Boilers. Sinks;
Ac, Ac. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at I
!"h.n; i-.V: fioBEjiltY. CO.'S Pepet. '
Cas &' Steam Fitters Tobls;
Screw-cutting Macbines.Stocks aod Dies. I 'rills,
Reamers and Taps, -Patent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and .Ordinary - Pipe 'Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and - Burner Plyers, Gas Fitters , Au
gers. Chisels, Ac, Ac. Everything in tbe above
li ne al wai s on band and for tale at t he manufaotur
er's tra ie rates, at " - . '
Moll JSrVRY ate i CO.'S, '
-Met. 8 Ewat FowrtU 8c 162 Flaln Street,
C Cn-sep30-w3m ''' ClxrClXlTATI.
Timos of Holding Courts
' Inthe Fifth Juulclal
, tt-Jct of Ohio lorLlSOO. , .
TheStateof Ohio. . V -.''' ' '
Franklin county, j ; J
r'T. S. SHtiPAKP, CLERK OF THK
a Court of Common Pleas within and for said
Minnt. ill, harahv ertifv that the following order
is truly taken and correctly copied trom tne journal
ot said uourr, to-wu:
Timet of Molding Courts in the Fifth' Judicial
District of vntofor iwsa.
It is hereby ' ordered that 'tbe order heretofore
made on the 18th dav of Seotamber: A. u. 1868.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement, of
tbe liort or uommon rleas and Liistrict uouns
ot said Jadioial District, be hereby amended, and
that tbe District Courts and Courts of Common
Pleas for the veer A. 1). 1869. shall begin in the
several counties of the Hfth Judicial Dutrict of
the State of Ubio, at the times following:
DISTRICT C0PRT.' ''
Madison. May 4tb.' ,; ' j Fayette, May 14th.
Franklin, Mar 5th. , , I Ross. Angut31st, -Pickaway,
May loth. I Highland, Sept. 3d.
Adams. Sent, Oth. ' I Brown, Sept. 8th. :
Clermont, Sept. 13th. - -
i ' COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. " ';
' Brown. February Oth. Jnne 1st. November Sd.
Adams, January 27th, May IStb, September list.
Clermont, January Sth, June 29th, October Sth.
Highland. Jat.unr, 12th, May 18th. Ootober 13th.
Kna. Jannarv 90th. Jnoa Int.- November 3d.
Fayette, February 33d, June Sth, .September
Madison, February ti, Vay 18th, OetoBerloth. .
' Pickaway, March Stb. June lHb, November xd.
Franklin, February 10th, June 1st, November
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
ALCKEU K. DICh-El J - ' :
J. Q ASHBHRN. i Judges.
JOSEPH OLDS, )
' In testimony whereof I have hereunto sub
- scribed my name and a-fhxed the -seal of
SIAJj said Court at - clumbus, this, 30th day
of Ootober. A. D. 1888. ' , .
T. S. SHEPARD. Clerk. '
October 31, 1868, , - ., , i , oct31-dltw3w
Sherift'B Sale. ..
ffm. G. Blynn ) Court of Common Pleas
- vs ' -' of
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) , . Franklin county.
. ,U partition.) -
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated oaew. to me direete-l. 1 will of
fer forssle at the door of the court house, in the
city of Columbus, on ... ,
Saturday, tbe 23 Ji dav of JJovember,'A.l)
.-. r ' itS,... , . ,- ...
at S o'clock P. M. of said day. the following de
ribed real estate, situatein Franklin oeunty. State
of Ohio. trZ-wit: ' - . -
Lot number onen or a mtbatvision oi ouuon oi
tbe city of Columbus.-numbers fifty-nine (69),
sixty (60) and sixtr-one (SI), n ade by Samiel Ht
dary. as per plat thereof recorded in book SS, page
634 of the records of deeds of 'id county, being
the same premises eon vryed to William Blynn by
Thomas S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 33d, A.
D. IPSO. , .
Terms of 8ale One-third esi'h on day of sale.
one-third id one year, and one-third- in two years
thereafter, witb. interest trom said day oi sale, toe
deferred payments to bo secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold. . . ' , . t.. . ' .r
Appraised atois.wai. - r . ..
. Printer's fees 13 75.: ' . '
i. , GEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff, ,
' By J. S. Bull. Deputy. . , . .
J. W. Baldwin. Att'y. ocK4-dliAwtd '
r ..:. Sheriffs Sale.
Newell P. Mix,'";1 l C
Court of Common' Plea
.of '; :. i)
Franklin county. : ,
Michael Engel et
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE JN
tbe above stated eve tro-n paid court, to me
directed. I will r erf" salt at the dour of the court
-house, in tbe cit rf tJ -l-im w. on
Saturday, the i Hi
i N vi-mber. A: O.
18(iS' ' .
at 1 O'clock P. M., t!-e follow ns dc.-cribed real es
ta'e, to-wit: : ' u
Thesoutn nair ot lot nnmoer fiwd in nora a.
Jennies' add tion to tbe city of Columbus. Obio. as
Ssr recorded plat thereof recorded in plat record
o. 1, cage ITS, being the same premises conveyed
to said Magdalen Engel by Noah V iggins, by deed
dated May 13th. A. D. 1864
Appraised at -4 1.60. , i .
Printer's fets til 00. .,
GEORGE H. EARHART.
Sherifi and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J.W.Baldwin, Att'y. oct24-dltwtd
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
- FOR ONE DOLLAR
Ton Cain Bay' Every Description of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, &c.
oEarn for circdl ar.giving fsji-i,
O particulars, or send ONE DOLLAR and receive
ten checks describing ten different articles, which
we will sell frr Ohi Dollar acb, and as a Com
mission to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300,
For 3, 30 checks and 2) yds. Sheeting,
Kor $5, 50- checks and 30 jds. Sheeting,
For $10, 11)0 checks and 65 yds. Sheeting,
nr nlber articles eanallv valuable.
Shonld the articles named on the Checks not be
desired, a selection can be msde trom our H.X
GHA.iB List, which is greater than that of any
other house; and as our goods are acknowledged to
be superior to any other ooncern. we know that after
patronising us onoe. you win eontinne to aoso.
- Male and female agents wanted everywhere.
DOA'T FAIL TO BEJXD tUU V1KUUL.A.K. ,
LABONTE k BABBITT.
83 Sudbury St, Boston. Msss,
Drs.: Warner & Emminger,
jBtTCETg-E ' BT-iOOTT.
REGARaXNO TIIB TEETH Of THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite yon to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East Bread street.
, Your intelligence wiU discriminate between the
ignorant pretender anj the properly qualified Deor
nsti - ...... - ..
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with eom
Trt aid serve tbepurpoies ot speech, mastication
-loeauty. As Dentists wo aim to be the beat And
, ,-iis'i ill that's good.
Teetb-extraeted without pain - y7-w8m
ASA CfOMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
oer. 1668. file her petition in the office of the Clerk
of tbe Court of Common Pleas, witbm and for tbe
oounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
the sail Asa Cromer with will ial absence from the
u.M mainiiff for more than five years last oast, and
arkiae tbat she may be divorced from said Asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
hi, wlich petition will stand, for hearing- at the
next term of said Court. '
Dated Noven-ber 4th, 1868. -
ukmjiqtolw SOCSAN CROMER.
By W.'A. PrRTLSBAUGH, her Att'y. nov3-6w
THIS nELIGHTrCI ANDEI.E61NT
prepai.tion, introdueed last winter, having
reoeived so many -nattering oommendatiocs from
those wbo ns.d it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public, assuring them tbat it
stasds unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
againstibe inclmency of the winter season. It
not only 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 Kougnness ei tne earn,
it has no equal, while its soothing qualities and:
delightful fragrance render it a necessary append
ant to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPLE
RITSON, I ispensing Chemists, 100 South High'
street. Columbus, Ohio. . nov4-doodAw4w
COUNT I BOARD SCHOOL EX A. Til.
NERS' MEETINGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin eonnty meet at the Probate
Court Koom on tne last rnoay ana oaturnavo
each month in the year, 'Also, on 'the second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall mmtha.
Aprio-wtf - ,'' ' ;'i
llE tAET-'AltIl-rtyST CO
, . PIZTE
.ft !?- ,(;? I.. , , lo tmftn
,ii ?tivHi: To 3ioti s'fii'diTiiff' Ur ni'0
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' ss. 3(i, 38 & 40 North High St,
' COLUMBUS, OHIO
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'' io attention ' the Business Public called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment. .
We have in constant use . .
:i "1 - ... i j -T ; .'f '! ' ...-. i -I
! (even Steam Power Presses
l Of TBI .
' EST AND LATEST KINDS
- v ad oar ability to get out work promptly is -'
'surpassed in the West. We have lately
Blade additions to ouralreadv
Vein ting types,
. j nd we feel confident to satisfy all who nay give
. . us a call. Our large fonts of type enable us
. j f,,,,todoall kinds of , .. .
!f$6ok PKlivTlkG !
a the most prompt and excel'ant manner, and we
call the attention of those waiting anything . i -
.,i : . . .,. i.v in this ine so the , .
i . n i -l-. : ' i - -. . " !i ' ..
That we have executed in th past year. . '
he reputation of this House for fine Job Printin
is well known, to. the busiaest community. . .
Employing, as we do. none but the - ., :.
p-.. j'.-!-. -.. j . : -.it'.- , ; . ri, "rt
Best of; Workmen.
I.. And having a full assortment of th. ; t-.
-j i : j ;j' . i, ' : '':-'
t-..-.--i-'i l.t;:J'f y ill: - :,.;! ,tn-:i
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee th. utmost satisfaction. -
t . : . i ; ALL KINDS OF '
: Bank and
., -';.':j.-SUCH AS-. '.; .- n
BUI Heads, Cards,
Circulars i Letter Heads,
Blanks fan kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c, &c.
- ' . in fact. ' . ,
EVERY KI1VD OF JOB PRINTING
' '-' ' Needed by the business public. ''
. We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House is the oity such as
Sssper Reynl ...Medians,
iPeimj, Crown Cap,
Of the best qualltriSs', and, purchasing them as wo
; do, dir etly from the manufacturer, we aro
enabled to do our work at correspond- ' '. '.'. ,,
ingly low rates. We are sol.
' :' ' : Agents for the
. i- .- I
'., CELEBRATED PAPEES ' OF -PL
W. particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are prenared to
...'J .JU1 all orders for
-- 'v. i! ..-i li-.i': .1 :
'. : Jotirn n.1 sat. " "..' ..
-: .:: Xlav Boolui, -'.':..
And all kinds of Blank Books now in nse. These
' ooks are al! done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
ti --. -' 1-1
NBVINS & MYERS,
St, S8 fc 40 I"orth7IlIll Street,
ir'i'' ii i i! ii iv
i mi m a a bt ; . m i is a1 '
mi m ar wi h ai t " h av mi ar k
si n l i
Ot our' 0N& DOLlAR - 8 AL; 'has reansed" nop
illi 1 T71-,V!, Ih I.iis xMtiar,
t , ... .Is . .
That in order to sepnlT tbe)demnd.oeeaionei Vf
our constantly menacing patronaee. We have re
cotl ia.de impirtati'iB i or the aH Trade, direct
irum nurup.au iau jtactorera,, yg , , (7 )-.-, )
., . . . . . ' 1
do ana i we are prepared, fi-eell wwrx pjniptjp
of Dry aod Fanny Goods Silver PJat.d Ware, Cut
rery.Watcaes.Albnnut.'rf ewelrr. Ac . of better quao
ity than any btber- ooncern in .the country far ithe
uniform Dries of ONE DOLLAR VOR RAIIH kUL
TlCLE.it The best of Boston and New Vorh refer.
nces given s to the rehab hty of our house, and
tbat onr business is conducted in the fairest and
most, legitimate; manner possible; ,amd..tbat w
give greater value fur the money than can be obf
tained in -any other wayf A U Woods dainaswd ot
broken in transportation replaced, without oharge
Checks describing articles cold sent to' agents io
Club at rates nentiotipd below. Ki a auarantee
every article to oost less tlin if bought at any Bos
too orNewYotk WholeaaW-ll.use, u ii i.x-i 1
Our ComtTllssions to Aganfa
..xoeea inese oi everr cinr vstaonso ... 01 :tbe
ki d. Droof of this can be found in eomrjarinff nut
premiums with those of others for Clubs of thj
saineaisa, in addition to whioh we claim, to gWa
better goods ot tne same cnaractet- vv e will send
to Aaents f roe of oharge. i-f if tl'7f I
f OK A UH.B OF 30 AND THBEB POLLAB8 1 dOS.
good linen Sbirt Fronts: 1 set Solid Uold Studi;
all' Wooi Cassimerefor Pants: fine white -Coeater-
pane. large sue: 1 elegant lal moral Bint: iu yards
brown er bleaehed S eating, good- qaalrty. yard
wide; ielegtntlQO Picture Alurooco-bound Pheto.
Album; 1 nouble lens Stereoscope and 1 Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated engraved 6 bottle Castor; I
elegant Silk Fan. with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Cervine-Knife
and Fork.' verv best aualitv. ivorv bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: SO yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
trover: 1 pair bet quility Parties oerge tJ"naresa
Boots; l dozen nne Ijinen Towels: x dozen Kogers
best rsilver llesseit Korks: 1 Ladies' larze real Mo
rocco Traveling Bas: 1 fancy Dress Pattern,
doren elezant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
t dozen Ladies fine Merino or Cotton Stookings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold 'Rins: 1 cair La
dies' bign- cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern: 1 Violin and. Bow. in box comoleta:
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons. '
- roa A ULDS OP 50 AMD fIVB DOLLABS 1 black
or colored ilDaoca Dress Dattern: 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blanketsr Engraved Silver
plated a bottle Kevoivrog Usstor; 1 neautitul Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3K yards very
fine Cassimere. for Pa' .ts and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras .1, beavily- beaded and lined
witb silk; 1 pair Gents Calf Boo a: 30 yards good
rrint; so yarns good brown or biesoned Mieetn g.
Yard wide or SO varrln 71 varrls wide, trnn.1 nnalitv; 2
Ladies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
wool nnawi; i plain ptorwion rooun Dress fst-tern.-
M rards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
t DSllLt'B OF 10U AND TEN DOLLARS-1 rut
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and apkin8 to match; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Bouts: 1 heavy silver Dlated en
graved Ice Pitcher; ve-y fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; 1H yards fine Cassimere for
suit. 1 e'ecant Poplin Drea rattern; 1 elegant
Knglish Berase Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful Knglisb
Beraze Sbawl: 1 set ivorv balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Huotiog-esse
Watch; 1 Bartiett Hand Poitable Sewing Machine;
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, witb rec
ord and, photograph pages: 95 yards good Hemp
Carpeting, good colors; 1 pair good Marseille Quiltt
1 goo'l 0 aarrel Revolver; I -elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 sinsle barrel Shot Gun;. 1 silver plated en
gravei 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bet-
ties: i verv nne violin and daw. in ease; l setivory
bslanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the same
OV" Send Money by Registered Letter.
Send for our new Fall Circular.
AsT Catalogue of Goods sent to any address FBXB
., , PitRUER&CO, .
"Nna 93 and 100 Summer street, boston.
- St e
- A..-' rv-V-"v
OHIO SAW WORKS.
Patent Ground Circular Sawa,
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
!-.... HAND AND BIP SAWS.
RgPAIRINO CaRKFUI.LV. AND PROMPTLT " DoNB.
WOOBKOliUII Ac ItlcfPAKAiIIV,
. ) . Hamilton. Ohio, and -
factories: j ast40 West7th St.. Cincinnati. O.
Warehouse, 11 A 14 Wes d street, Cincinnati. O
HMD. SO &,P BICE LIST. 1 :rpo Sp5-w3m
Great One -Dollar Sale.
TIIE MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF 'THE
- . . KIND l-i THE COUNTRY.
TnllE snkALtLEST ARTICLE OS OUR
A checks can be exchanged at en time for a
-nlendid large Concertina, ora five- bottle revolving
silver-plated Castor, or taeutv-four French Stere
oscopic Views. We have on hand over balf a mil
lion collars worth of goods. The largest and most
valnable.toek of Linens, Woolens, Lottoos, flan
nels. Dress Goods, Fanoy Goods, Plated Ware, Cdt.
lerir. Meerschaum Pipes, lo., Ac, ot AN V DOL
LAR SALIi House in America. We import our
own toods. and can sell in large of small quantities
at importers prices. 1 ms never nas neen done De
fore, and is causing a complete panic among whole
salers and retailers, whererer our goods are sent
if y u wish to buy gooils cheap, now is the lime I
We are bound to sell 1 Everything sold at tbe uni
form rate of OX K DOLLAR KAtJIl. Those get
ting up elub9 for other firms -will -do well to stop
w bere they .re, and send for our Circular.- Our in
ducements are d .uble those of any other concern
;- ' Agents, Leek ' Here ! ' '
Foraolabof Thirty and" S3, we send on of the
folios ing articles, fkeb or chabsb: 24 jarda of
heavy brown or bleached yard wide Sheeting; 1
Double Lens French Stero?coperwith84 rich for
-ignvieas; 1 uadies real Morocco 1 raveling lug;
20 pairs Ladies' fine Merino Stockings; 1 genu ne
Meerschaum Pipe, amber wwvuthpiore. in splendid
case: 1 Violin aod Bow in bt-x rouiplete; All-Wool
( assimere f' r pants: 1 pair Ladies' extra quality
Cloth boots. 1 ooien fine Linen Too e!s: 1 Steel
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced ban
die, very best quality; Gents' beavy chased solid
Gold King; hiegant Ilelaire 1 ress i'attern; 1 dozen
heavy silver p'ated white metal Dessert Forks; I
ri.iKAn Rfli 1 ltros. best heavy olated white metal
Tea'Spocns; 8 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
20-keyed metal bound Concertina, retails for $10. i
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 Alpscca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair All-Wool Blankets; Engraved s.lver
plated e Dottle ttevoivmg castor; 1 set ivory bal
anced Knives, withsilverplattd white metal Forks;
I pair Gents'- Calf Boots; 35 anls good Print; 4
vanla donLle width WaterDroof for Cloakins: 1
Square Wo 1 Sbawl; 3 yards very fine Cassimere
tor pants ana vest; oeaaiHsi roptin uress rattern
luu-Pioture Turkey Monco Photozraph Album.
For a club of (ine Hundred and 10. presents va
rying in value from SI5 to 2S Club of Five Hun
dred and too, presents from 060 to I0. Larser
cinns increased in tbe same ratio, nemiums sent
with goods- - - . .- ' in I --'i
Circulars free to any address; Send all money
by registered letter or money order. -Address
. BKLCHEU. JAMES A CO , ., ......
1 S ucoessors to A. S. Hardy A Co.,
- 7 AO Bromfield street, Boston, Mass.
PB-Oct27-w4t , .
- MONtrjAVED. ;
' We are constantly purcbaaing for cash in the New
Vorkand Boston Markets, all kinds of . ....,.
DRV AND FA NCY GOODS. SI LKS, COTTONS.
BOOTS AND HOE8. WATCHES; SKW.
-,,1NU MACHINKS. CUTLEii V,. DRESS . !
' ' GOODS, LOMESTIU GOODS. ' '
i. '-(i-.i.ii.j.. -f 0., Ac..; ..(.- r i.l 1 I
Which we are actually selling at an aver 'go price
of One Dollar ler - Each' Article. Our
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade macb
larger than that of any other similar concern, en
ables us to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed of any. other house. ( . ,,, ; ,,
THE LADIES ' ;
Are especially invited to give, us a trial.
SBNTi OB A ClRCtTLAH AND ExCOANGB LIST.
Our club system nf se ling is as tolluws: For 2
send SS patent pen fountains and oheoka describing
20 different articles to le sold for a dollar each: 4U
for S4: 60 lor 6; 100 for $10. 'Ac. Pent by mail.
Vtmtmium Ifirger than Hot ofered iy anyithr
firm, acoording to size of club.' Single fountain
and check. IS cents. Male and femaleegent want
ed, send Money in stesrieterea t ettere.
Sond ns a trial club, and ou will acknowledge
tbat you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
' EASTMAN KENDALL.
S3 tiano.er street. Boston. Mass.,
' pn-n-w8m - 1 -
I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
I ' -WILL StLLOR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
'IRTf in the city of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will par the difference, if
any, in cash. Tne land ia situate at the corner of
cross roads, has bouse on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared, it is very rich I. nd, and well tim'
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice buecn,
A good bargain will be given. ' '
K. W. ANDREWS:,.
Office, corner of High and Broad streets. ,
-aaart-wtf- . ' ,.- k!
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PASSAGE TO AND FBOItl GREAT
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ing Packet, by weekly tinea. St red 00 ed rates TAP.
SCOTT BROS.A.CO- 80 South street. Ne.
York, eontinne to issue PassagO Tiokets. available
for twelva months, -from London, Liverpool, ot
Qaeenstown, and Drafts, payable on demand, fo
any amount, from 1 and upwards.
i BAILEY IftOMPSON A CO . Agects,
Banker , Columbu."
. " ... .... . ,1, ... . ... ...... : . I
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
imi ' A"mT4a i , xrai v- aa j-sexxAy . .
luff iVBti 8 " iie' n" (l V. 'Hii.
i. EXCEPT BUNDAYj 1 t.itiTiil
j. FroBijCaTnjnbn, i eonncctioa with Cftmiar the
Utllt) Nllatrah OolumtxusVk Xesil.
aau'si ' lo 11- i.'ui BslllreaIav' -' 't11'1"
tL -NIGHT" EIPRES!3-Leaves CMumbua a 1:
A. M-, Will stooat Delaware.. Cardiastoa. Gilad
Galion, 'Crestline, Shelby.; New London, Wellinav
7-ftott ( Ji-. f r,i .nr! Km-., .wlvfn.' .f f71.v.l.nrl 4
'. sao A. M. New York 7KW A. M. This train leaves
banday morning. not aoaday. i l i -..in i
, NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
kt 340 A. M. ' Win stop at all way stations., This
traie aarta fm o th. Frftiirhfc Varrf. -
I . EW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at
1 1U10 AM. tt ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal-
-1"! vawiuusj, uuotyy, ion latiuivu, a oiiiu-Mtu
'flwafrnn Anrv Ua.. U.i. IM..l.J .0 1.KM
. V" v f iva uj 1 xa. ax 1 1 1 v va 01 vic oiauu oaj ept
'j-jiw.inew v ora next day at 3:40 Y. M,
,.i lOTBiwsiuijmsiir, a. '
a UAIU ui) UiAritsUWS-Leaves Coimabes at sw
P. Al. Will atop at Worthiugtoa, Lewie Canter
Delawace, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
'New London, -Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
Trireat Cleveland atSilS P.'M., New York 10-JO P.M.
j- aP-RINGFIELD, ACCOM MO DAT ION V 1 A DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. -At. Will
' stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
I Seld.-arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
j40 P. M. This brain leaves Springfield at 4:46 A,
, M, arrives at Deiaf are a 8:10, A. Ja.; Colambat
i-.-.ii, r; - ,.,.) -j-.-,-. n-.-ntj fi
' Pa ten t Slerplng Cars anraia oaavl j
!uo. i,shl ivainat t Chicago, ' '
' Wevr Vork and ' ' ,n ;
. r . a BostoB.
Sar Baggage cheeked through to NewTors and
. Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
. -.-I-. m-i .- RETURNING !" i ' ;:'
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 100 A. M.
- ' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:10
P. M. - - .. . .-
, Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P. M.
Springfield Aoeomuodation arrives at Columba
a wa a, M.t, , .,.,. ,i i,,,
Fare a TLow as by any Other Route.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
W - . 'i ; K; s. FLINT, 1 v ' i "
. i j-.n Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio,1
,. , .... , i-.. Agent, Columb a. Ohio.
Columbus. May 11. 1868. , .
Restores gray ai.d fadeu M-"" tv' ia'
Original CoiX'- 'emoves Dana.Tr5 v'
CTRES ILL DISEASKS Or TME SliLP,
. PrevenU B .dness, and makea the bait
grow Sot ; .Glossy and Laixiirian , ., .
$1,00 ui $150 1 Btirk bea Btttls ia lat Fafer Bo.
rreparedbySj'X.j: i H.TLET, JUvucgtata,
Blllfalo.fi. Y, Soldbv all l "
... - ,: -l-.-M ' '
S. E. SAM CEL A Co.. Wholesale Agents, i r, i
SBB-ap4-deosAwiy . ,
? 1 The Oremt Medicine Ar the Skin.
without fa.il, crcry sklsxtcl or na -sly
lit y eraptlon of tlte lavce,
. M- h'i'r wi itehlnft Irritmtlns;. or '
. ( A4rnuo9 Osm Any pari .
, or ine person.
' ' 17 lm nmrlu retired me of (hit morilfvintt entn-'
-ji i Hon, ami f V-rnt mmto lookinp qni4 tike a m." writnfl
linrle E. NoHc, (.eiu-ral Ageat of AUicli. Ceutr&l
- i It. B., 173 Brojulwny. N. Y.
, We 6ml it an inralnibl retndif far Tetter, eie
Write Higley Bros., UrugistH, F-irfichi, Iowa.
" hire tried pattr valnabte remedy nr 1tnrheryn'
Itch with anna -wcc," writes C. W, Dumout, of
""-LeorniiTster, Mass. .
;feod for circular. Price, 75-cts. and tl.Oft.'-'
,.v. Preparedonly bf . : 80L0N PALM KB, .m ?
j j . .. 36 Wast Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, O- v
f t Tor by Dniggiats generally.
1 '6pWisdeodt4wly , ; T
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH,
TiTERT IflAfff HIS OWB PHTS1CMN.
Hi Holloway's Pills end Hollnway'a Ointment.
- Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Bowels Tbe
Stomach is the great center whioh influences the
health or disease of the system a1 used or debili
tated by excess indigestion, onenave nreitn ana
physical prostration are tne natural consequence.
Allied to the brain, it is the source of headaches,
mental depression, nervous complaints and unre-
IresbinE sleep. The Liiver becomes anectea ana
generates bilious disorders, pains in the ride. Ac.
I eBowe's sympathise by Costiveness. Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. Tie principal action of these Pills
is on tne stomach, and tne nver, lungs, ooweis ana
kidneys participate in tbeir reeuperative and re
generative operation, erysipelas and nan nueum
are two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on this continent.- 'lo these- the Oint
ment is especially antagonistic Its "modus oper
andi is first to eradicate the venom and then com
plete the core. . Bad Legs, Old Sores and Ulcers,
cases of man v years' Btsnding. that have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
tres-tment have invariably succumbed to a few ap
plications of this powerful unguent. Eruptions on
the Skin, arising from a bad state of the. blood or
obronic diseases, are eradicated, and a clear and
transparent surface resained by the restorative ac
tion of tbis Ointment. It suroasses many of tbe
cosmetics and other toilet aprliances in power
to dispel rsshrs ana other d'sfigurements of the
face. Fetralo Complsints, wheth r in the young or
old. married o - sinsle. at tbe dawn of womanhood
or the turn of life, these tonic medicines displays
decided an influence that a marked imprnvementil
soon perceptible in the health ot the patient. -ing
a purely vegetable prenaiation. they are a safe
and reliable remedvfor all classes of Females in
every conditio, of health and station ol life. Pile?
and Fistula Every form and feature of these prev
alent and stubborw disorders is eradicated loeall'
and entirely by tbe use I this emolient; warm fo
mentations should precede its application. It
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable. - : !.r s 1 :
Both the Ointment and PiIs should he used -the
- Bunions, Burns, Chapped hands. Chilblains, Fis
tula, Gout, Lumbsgo. Mercurial Eruptions, riles.
Rheumatism, Ringworm, Salt Rheum, Scalds,
SkiaDisea.es. Swelled' Glands, Sore Legs. Sore
Breasts, Sore Hearts, Sore Throats, Sores of all
kinds. Sprains, Stiff Joints.' Tetter,' Uloers, Te
jiereal Sores. Wounds of all kinds.. - .
CAUTION 1 None sre genuine unless the words
f HottowAT, Nbw Yoke and London "are dis
cernable as a Water-mark in every leal of the book
of directions around each pot or box; the ssme may
be plainly seen by holding the Uaf to tk iigU A
handsome reward will be given to anyone render
ing such information as may lead to tbe detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting the medi
cines or vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious.; r.u, 1 -. - ;Ii . ;.-;'
A3 Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway.0 Maiden Lane, New York,' and b all re
spectable Dru:tist4 and Dealers in iiedicino
throughout Aiiiiaed vorld. -r-r--
Mw There is considerable saving-by taking the
largeraisea, , -, p., f-X'
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in
very disorder are affixed to each pot and box.
;jrl"-wlji . .-. s - t. . v '
S3- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nsw
Cocese of Liotukks, as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
jects: How to live and what to live lur; louih.
Maturity and Old Age? Manhood general y review
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac, ; '-'.,K
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, bv addressing SECRET AKY. Ngw
York t sgm of Anatomt and Scicnce. 6lg
Bhoadwat Nfw Yore. - VKV-feb28-dly -
BOOTS AND SHOES.
unj i met s a. aoBiasB.
CHEAP B00TS';AND SHOtS;
.JoXN Aii W. u!JB:AuAa. i;- u .1.1
TS. HIEPAItll HAVING FOKlTIED
. a partnership with t5. H0R1GER. for the
PUreoae of carry is g on the Boot and- Shoe -trade at
i'0. 103 SOUTH. HIGH HTKERT,
Would respectfully invite their, friends and tbo
public get-erauy 10 call ana examine idct nue auu
well seleoted stock Of Lsdies. Gents', Misses' aod
Children's Boots and Shoes, this dsy received di
rect from the Esst. and which they are new offering
lor sale on tbe moat reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly don?.
We would respectfully solicit ji sbsre of publio
pationage. Please give us . .all.. No trouble to
Columbus, 0 Sept. 12, 1868. . . , . . dtf
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Tne fSborfK Ko.lo"!wea( - 5a
Cbaasjre of Care ta Caleaara, ATov
H -u oi-Ia and adla.Arr
0 ...... .t'.flS r. '-
FOUR TRAI?S DATBT Ifav. finio. Depot Cn-
L .u,.i ui laabBs,wsoiiowoniTrT.
C. A Kf Awl MiaTOLEDQ, XPRESS Snida,,
vs a mr exrvfjpiqu.y oiiitc w i 111 uru oiv A.M.
brbaawsiM A. Mf riqaA Si li its Lima, Ilii
;ftM XaJrte JfV P. M..Jtrpit WO f, M '
Passengers by this train arrive arroiede0
D.traita. kaanl aaeaa wf eoy sber. apat ,a
191 ft p- M- PAYoEXPRB J (Sundays .
A- eeptedjArrives kt Urbana 0 K Is.,
PiqOsl SSUK n.; Bradford Junction 3:15 P.
Richmond 435 M.: Indianapolis 7:30 P. M., L
tansport 90 P. M.: Peoria 635 A. M.; Galesbars
8:.1M ,M. !i,armi'0U 1"- iL-05 Aj.-M.t Louis
'' A- M-:. Terre Haute FT M.WloeB
rassengers bytnirtisig icacb St. Louis the next
wiruina m arars aemj aod v Borms west
of Su Louis ONE TRAIN
all othei'Mute ''"-a
J-, ADVANCE bf
5.9 A P. M. CHICAGO AND STa LOUIS X
.ZU PREH8 (Sa.aays excepted.) Arrive, at
PiquaSSP, l.; LoaMport-aU5 AJts-Cicago
8.-1& A. M.; Indianapolis z.-OS A." M.: Terra Haut.
5j85A. Ha Kvsnsville 6MPl Mi UatV)oa,SHtA.
M.; Pans 105 A- Mw; A lton 1.40 P. -M .; St. Louis
MSP. hi.', Lfayett 7-1S A. M ' Sprreefieia, III.
15 P. M.; Quiney TJ i'. M.; Keokuk 8.46 P. M.
Louisville Ta5 Ai M.: NashvlaOd0.P.M-rMm- '
phis 9:15 A. M Toledo 50 A. M.'; Detroit SS0
A.M. ' I 10 j-iM.Ulut 9a(i
rtn-j:. .'. SEW AND ELEGANT, 0(f nml
8 1 e e p 1 ne C ar-a;.
-RUN IN THIS TRll!iT0 CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS 'ROUTE 0MiWK9NlLL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE. ! sM
Arriving at St. tools SO aeara end LouisvilM
8 aeur. ahead of any other route.
19fl M- NIGHT EXPRESS. Dany to In
1 .Vty dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Ch-cgo. Arrive at Logansport 86 AiM.: Peoria
:& P. Chieo :Q0 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute rO;. A.M.; Evwnsville HVOO P. M.
llattoen 1:10 P . M-j ileiro 4-.15A. M.: Paaa 1US P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P, M.f St. I ouis 8:10 P. Id Lafay
ette 2:30 P. M.t Louisville 4.30' tv M. fVaahvitle
M., Uempbia 3a&iM.
PasseMtexs by thia train reeeh 8tv LoaAa AM and
,. . , Chicago tt aeur. ahead of any other
' ' -route!''"- 11. i-. ,,jin
State Boom Hleepinjj Caris
.. , - run IN -THIS-TRA1N vv l
' FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS,
1 eia.i . WITHOUT CHAH6EV '. '
" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
A3 Tickets for sale at Unun and Piqua Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Ottoes, u t : 1 . . ;-.. r y 1
Ti ... f-CHAN DLER.Genl Ticket Agent.
' J. M. LUKT. General SuperinteodeW
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
'- -;' '-( 1- ' i-l J ' i-'-f:;:; 'KT
i'" -': ."!
' ' ' : "' ' ' '' 'it.', tn if--., Tn'.n
" " . ; . a. .i .i.-.-i-.r
Three Trails Leave Coleman, (tta ..j
Depot), ttalljr (Sunday a excepted
- it: - -,-..1.1 i.tis
:iO A. M. N1GHTEXPRESS. arrivin
Zanesville at 4:30 A. M.; Bell aire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 4 JO A, il Washington City at MS
A. M. ... -
. ,.,-- -!i..j 'i ;,-,,.)'..
lt:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M : Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8 MA. M.; Waahinstna City at UK
Hi: . . -.-, -T.- --.rii ir,'t f.e.i. si 31
:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Tiarjes-
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 8j60 P. M.: Baltimore
at4:45P. M.; Washington City at 55 P. '
5 These trains are froal TWO f c EIGiiT noun
in advance of all other rrratesr to Baltiinere anj
Washington, t ' n: r:! rl iMitj i;'!'
: Close eonneetMos made at Baltimore and .Waslrr
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers hoi ling through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of ' -' ' !''
' ''!; 1 ,f:H Of Alt !". iia'.'lii'j
Fisiling " Wa&hiDijtoii r Citye,
;! i'2i f! '.'h '
No Change of Cars atOhlb River
I' l. .,,.'; '.I.'; "!: ZSfja . , T I'ji) -
.jiilT-i! --' '- i'"- 7- .'r!'jt,t ',!i.7-:y
Ask For TICKEIaTteBEIXAIli.
i.-i; ;n.i; '-iij ;i ;.. .'.i-ittui! 10
i i JHO Ii, WIL80N. Master of TranSTportauoa.
.., ! L. M. COLE, General l icset Agent.
; ' JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Alt.'''
maylS 1 - . . .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
' ' ;-!' ' : - - --iii-Al;iwu.'iI
' -'i ... '.! j 1-. 1 i .-.t"-y
Ob an after MONDAY; May 11th, 1P68, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus . '
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
- LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND.' TS- ''
Without change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. V. ,.ii
- Connections are reliable as follows r
i"IRST TRAIN (Daily).".' 1,7 "
Leaves at 1 r?0 A. M. for Cincinnati. Circlevill. -
Lancaster, Hillsbore and Chillioothe: stops at Lon.
,-don,- Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelana. arriving a t
' Cincinnati at 6:90 a m.
.''.'- : " r"isvi;i l
o r-WW9i?BAOT. -,.i. . i .:j
., (Daily except SundaysJ '
Leaves at 5HH A. M. for Cincinnati, Daytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
, West Jefferson. London. South Charleston, jilma,
' Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon.. Fosters, Lovelaa-i, Milford.afi
riving at Cincinnati at 1036 A. II.. oonnectiast
- with the Mail Boats. .,....'7'
. T -
V. mil i.
' (Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at i:85 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aed
. , Sprirgfield. via Xenia arriving at Cincinnati 1
. . (Daily except Sundays.) , .. ,. ;
leaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield via London; stopoi neat, Ai ten,; West
Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Ce-arville. Xenia. Morrow and LovelaiuL and ar
" riving at Cincinnati at 100 .- M. ' 'rrT- '
- ! a- " l : ri ai'.t ; "L iri"!
: '. !t '.t:'i,iij -.;. e.ii-'l JiiiJ ','J:il3 fi r
Sleeplaa- Car is. til alsjat : Tralaa
'" !u HTNRY BROOKS 'Ticket Ageat.''
.-to'-:.-: 1 ;-.. JNO. W. DGHEUIYtf Aslent..: ..i
. i-JOHN DURAND, -l ,;-ni.-Hl T I,
Supenntendeiit, I niruHnnatl
l:W. L. O'BKIKN. : . fviaawmm..,
GeplTicketAg'tJl a . 0ipa,ylt)f
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY,
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
" xrn and after June th; lfS"? trains wffl ran a
follows ic-f-rt.HM ono' Md 'l,-',i"l
Leave. N. Y. Express. . Mail Fast Lino
lkilumbTM'...'...ljT0 A: M: " IrtB H. W;"VlL-eoA.f.
Newark ...S;25 A. M. ., :50 P. ly. ,,JJ:35 P.M.
Steubenville... 9:00 A.M.'' 9H0F.M. 5:15P.M.
i-Arriveat l-- v ;i.. -.i V. : i -17.1 Sua e-.-Pittsburgh
.,'..11.10 A. M., 19:00 M. 7KP.H.
Warrisbrg..'.. SO P. M. P. M."u, A.M'.
Philadelphia.. Y-M A.M. P.M.v,; A, Mi
New York.... 6;00 A. M. , OSS P. M. 1160 A. M.
Baltimore... U 4H5 A. M." Ho P. M. P. M.
Washington.. 9.-40 A. M r0 P ..AU ., 46 P, AL
Boston.".....? 6M P. M. r - -?pP-.M.
Elegant stateroom sleeping ee a os 1 all nigbttraiaa.
On ihfFast Line the oelebrated. ; tsilver Palace'
dav and night cars are run through from Columbai
t0 Philadelphia and New J arkwithont chanee.,, .
' B3T Passengers by tbesKWA. M. Sunday train
arrive in New Yorkat o'cJocb-Moaday arrjia.
an vaotase never b.for. ofiered. i
, : Genl Ticket AgX Steubenville, O,,
W. W. CARD. Suprinteoder.t, Steubenville, Q.
. " ' ; : i ' " - H. B. BROOKS, 'oi
. .Ticket AjtentCplumbw, Q.,
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Columbusl O. nf 1
juelo.dly-jnfai r ;i. .(i.,ui -,v-ifT
, i WHOLESALE GR0CERS.T1
W. B. BROOKS. ALCZ. HOUSTON, vg. H. SL b
J. JS& W . Ii . H1100 K8.
' Cor. Rich o:Hit'B8t..Celaatru.
NEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND HOlABBl"
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices, Tobaccos
-" 1 IjIOUOBB. 'fd.