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RAILROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
AGRICULTURAL.
1'na8mbnt.op Totfrid Stock. -Asj
Tfhiss the 'seasbn of the year, when" hej
. 'wors kind of management commences,)
may be tbe IneatiB of sarfng much lossj
Tn grbWtni'arid' 'perhaps, in some 1n-
stancesJoBS.of life, to alfuJe to the great.
VtOw iHowfng cafvesi lambs dr colts to
'i)Jif1nscondltiqn against winter. " Octo-'
er'TiigbW beebme very cool, and as the;
jWass is'not snfflcient for anyyoiihg-'ah-;
Tntalsi'-tney-fchonld be leparated from all!
older stock, and jtif fit' And fed night and
oA1?ig,tremafning1tii8belterir nigbt; '
ir,1f :th',erBtHmall ihclosnrts,1, witlk -ftorriToTtal)le
aovebJ in theri,' thy Vbnldi
'drfast, op0' tb CbriBhnas, t'; "ted in
tim' and iar 'liberty tb 'go in and
flf at'pieastire.' ' If thesVs .places.' could '
Kif aWlt'oDf ihe-sid "of 'd hill or!
M the loot of it, facing the Bonthi so that!
Ib4 sfcehftf',ftr thealres would be cut i
tototbfc batik.'and tbebara for their bay
Mbotenbyirootd do well? and with
IPBdlif for Tbott, hy eonld ot be bet- j
At cirnatad, prvidirig'h ore roots from
toapa wattieearrd hi tb field are fetch- :
M into bVelhtr mt faat as the Calrea i
ctthtf fOoltwJwbmldi thrira rbetten,
Imarlyotreatadi by; baring-CarKits to j
tBetrteUaTf'foir though swedes AT d-"
Tdtealyibbefc fooU' forcalTeft, carrots' '
ar h rhf. ort fot eolta. I; Where no1 1
roots ktt gro w;pmnpkia for the calreg, .
R braimaed cwitk oatJ for tolls, ,
HIl b tfHi to givfi fti addition to good; ;
a4et-bajf.5"l''2 ;-"W0'Jva l it 't
fVboevef raise's ilock'bngb't 6: nar
fcfiarehreDeea 1ofU, and 1 sho'nld nnder
atand the impbrtaficiC of giving tnem
iSTfall'food at everytimo wlien 'it will
cflnduiletbAHeif psperi'' No ' check
fi'brtiirtied thrift should ' be pefi !
ftittWd.'skid 4t eVery animil bli the farm;- i
exttBreedrijgfemaW.'conld he kept'
fat frbtS hi infancy; it would doable the
fiiiii Wbeft inf'bobt'tttile tie&tun ,
Mbds-about-witk Us back rotinded,'
rdbiiftg tn'objeet of pjty. lt ' canhot be
gfowtng'oT ying for th miserable at-
4er1on it recerree, bat wbeh it is known
that thjonog Itockon a' farm Is not
If Mfgbt into any vslieltered quarters; or
kawfo afty'comfoTtable shed to - go 'to
fiB'ttliaiVgtitf toi-lose flesh, and the"
owner is afraid be will lose tt part bf the'
tiiraiis if neffed and housed then s uch :
i4afla$ag&t to be depmd of the powv
er to do such oril, for-this 'ts the worst i
Kitii ef eruelty, ten times more barbar
naaf tiian the ease' Usually - prosecuted
fcyitba'aociety in Nwt York. i i - . ;n
'olW'Jtte" managed in the Wiost sense
WsSWIy1, aiibbr6tlgb oiit id spfing in a
most wretched Might! I saw1 some colts'
laelrtlemanVllace1 ttear New! Lon
Arf.'!Rnn,i;iii the spring 6f 1867, 'which'
had been treated in such tr""way "that
tneTcouTJafely wait moriog faster
watf JtWaasUoa. Coltsif pr
fectly attended to, wilt gambol and race
around at rjlBght xiitement; but
they mm generally ruinei by onnaturar
iMiflrfenieift ira,fbodhic'h.la cbntiary
tfaatuBeiiot them) to harc i Let them
htetht.'lrngdoi' the field' yery ,da7;
tivMia ebinue. : Iti ia alj boeb about',
Qn?ijift&g them :ln-buQdinga"ille time.;
Tbgrt8B thef will pick, b" Scraping ',
t6vsniw away hy pawing, Will do them '
oril, p'6d(.thM njr coddling, and '. the J
will come Into" their, shelter : and eat '
jpJxiiiA hay that they
would without thews and fresh' air; and;.
B&otidoV they o get-enough grass to take '
thetli 6ff their hay somewhat, ,lhey' will?
be nBtf the? worse' if tbey.jget plenty of
thd"heBt' grain.' 'Ifthere' iarno chance
of giving eoite' the benefit -of :a. irftion
panrarXpts.jyjU, bfl a aubalitiita for
the grass, and they must have air and
unBhineJ?1?! laBt:mentionecfia really
I otlie"me essential' importance.j'";"',
Lambs will be quite as heavy at one
yett old." with' is triany turnips as they .
cka Vat from the: first of September till
Net :Yea?""day' V:JuU. supply of
swedes the first three months of the new
- eai1 they would bo under the very; ;
best eommon attention, without roots, ba'
the first of April, twelve months after, 2
vij;irhen theylWero tw years old; and
at one year old, after the seven, months
living on "roots, with hay, &c they
wcraid-rtrrtr eecrteavier than the two
dip of jwopl without roots.? :? I o" 3 3
l, There the same gain in other stock
a there is in lambs, by giving them such J
kind of sufficient food as will force them '
aJjX' hj&in, .VahiMe breeds of any kind
the advantage doesiot.re"st at the saving
oft year's feeding; for the frame being
all the while" made up .wi.th.'JfirFa flesh,
xojiw.:t.a
jwWKt e nnTmam grovrintd very nnicn
mridtome't'vfe!iaped specimens, and be-
ISf!3flPfeW'H '( ljl' -t"';:l '
Vnu"..J I "!l i '"'i''1 ;" "
? OJ ' 'I (,
I uGb. HalxecaY'. Majdr General in
the' United States wrmy (a fact ior gen-
Vn4idaRgiwVa:'dmniafrtiHito'
reave bit flwtird nd lay aBido hia Joih-
i-ii. A puffy and baldiah" instance 11 ef
how much a man may not knaw.by read
jpg ita,ry boobs,. W was one of the
prrnattird favorites" of. the early part of
tE Vvar.'and, wbeu the' galaxy of realty
grand' field marshals caught up with
kiro they fond him intrenched as the
tanking Majojr General. It was ' as if
Napoleon ebonld . storm the bridgei f
Lbdi, and find AAiOld codger, crawling
out of a book eager at the other end, in
a lieneral a 'tariitornv sating, "1 was
tfere 'afreadf 'X- Wath. Cor. of Chicago
I to:
BOOK BINDERIES.
GOOjOOO
BOOKS "tfiaiTED'roa'BiXDixc;
HAVE YOU
. 7L-l T
ANY BOOKS, nACZHES, IHKET
41DK-o-. A4-hK ytmwish to haw
bound in a nice firm bindina. DromDtlr. at In
priowT "Books seat for bad returnei to any part of
theeity hyigWing autie through posK-ffiee, or at
tba
Franklin Steam Book Binderr
BLAN5 . BOOK. M &.NTJ FACTORY
One of the largest and hast appointed Binderies ia
the Sute. . -. -i i -r---- i
It ma 34. 38. 38 Norm Hlcbi Street,
(Orar Jlessrs. Nerina It M jars', and Statesman
'. , steam rrtnung Umoes.
BiAKKBOOKSl .
' v'. b.' books ix
BLANK BOOKS I!
Of every desariptirn and quality, from the hisheet
to the lowest, irinted If dsired. ruled -end bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the loves prices. . ' : : i
UIU.IB IT 'Ul UVUU. UlHUVIBi tfU!M, . I UU a
and all Offifi-ra rtuuirinar rid fEKlOR BLANK
BOOKS-will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. -, : . " i , .
I oar patronage respeetuulj solicited
.1". . roft-lo Jfl. W.
Z Proprietor"
SIEBERT & LILLEY,
Blank Book Masiifactiirers,
v . PRINTERS; BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS s .
Special attention paid to manufacturing first elass
of every deasriptioa, with orwithout printed Head-
i . . mas. ior
COrSTT OFFICKBS, MRRCBANT8, MANPr ACTOEKM
- aAMKaitS. BAILKOAS COMPAH1KS, 0.
'. JaaT Full sets of Books made on short notice.
warranted to give perfect satuiaction. - .
OPERnr. HOUSE BUILDING,
,aTlleov.iy in .H V ' COLUMBUS, OBJO.
NEW' YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
,.. M ..
LA3--,JtC-.i!
tu Irnproved !
. : ,
ItisaneltjcaBt DressiDcfortboHalr. :
It cauMt the B air to Carl beantif ullr. . (
It kp the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It iarigoraUa (h Eoota f the Hair. : -'
It foreea the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately iteps Hair Falling Out .
It keep the Hair from Changing Color from Age. ..
It rettoree Grey Hair to itt Original Color. T '' ' '
It brings out Hair on beads that have bean bald for
' i-''.rtifi! :.r!) iJ
(. - t. i ' : f. ' '!
t is eomposed eotirely of simple and purely Tegetr
r.
ble substances.
-f.io'i s-tt:.-r.--i - i . I
It baa raoaired over six thousand voluntary testi
monial of its excellence, many ' which are from
0Uf" physicians in hish standing.- '''
" It fssoidin half-pound bottles (the name blown
hi the glass), by Druggists and Dealers In Fanoy
t I,. .. . ... -i ,
Goods everywhere. at On Dollar per Bottle. Whole-
sale by Demaa Barnea A Co.
Schieffelin A Co.. New York.
! F. C. Wells A3o.
BCBBT-mchJ7-dly
PITTSBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
A.
WORD
WITH . , YOTJ !
,' vk:m: i. ir: ! -: . ' :
B BBC AD ' 19 THE TFF OF LIFE-,
vonr moatimoortant ai-icleot diet. ThehealtL
of your family largely depends upon its being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOM E.:
n'"f.r'.'! : ' ft. ('V ' ;
. Would jou bavo iiso? Then use oolj - ,
NATRONA SALERATUS!
ar-IT IS .ABSOLUTELY PDRE.-Ea
Whiter than snow :" makes Bread always light
white and beautiful. Take a pound home
iri . , to your wife to-night. Hhe wilt be , .
delighted with it. .. ., .
riuyers of Sda should try onr '" ' .
I-CARBIIMTE IIP SODA.
M e guarantee it not only far sunerior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best Kew
CasUe or English Soda..
v'
AKCrAOTtTXKD BY THg
SALT MANUF'G
PENN'A
CO.,
"Tpi TTSBURCH, PA
y jc ' , . i . i j .. . :. -.'
TKT-auglO-eodly-r - .
)
GROCERS..
M'GOLM, JILES & -MTWSALDS,
.N0, ia Su 1 SOUTH HIGH. STREET- ,
G H O C K K H, '
TlKOPBIBTORg ' COLCM BUM POW
IT UrRMAGAZINE.andagenUforthe sale of
Hazard .rowder Vompaaj s Powder. Agents for
in sale oi
- KiARDNER, PHIPPS' A CO.'S '
Celebrated Sugar Cared ITsixaaaw
. i.i : .. ..j) "inadealersln ' :
FOKEIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
. , - . GROCERIES , ' " -
In all their varieties.. Imported , Wines. Brandies
uitrara. exo. ' i - ' luu-eodi
PROPOSALS, i
SEALED PROPOSALS
Wit. A. BC RECKIVKD AT THG OF.
fioe of the City Civil, Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until . .
Monday-, Nov. 83J, 1S68,
at o'clock P. 1L, fordoing the following work.
For bnilding a double row flag crooning across
South Fuhlio lane at the west aide of Hie-n atrMt.
For building a double tow flag crossing aeross
Center alley toe norta side ot liOBg street.
The bids will be opened by the committee of the
wards in which the Improvement is to be made. The
enmmittee reserve thought ao-reieet any or all bids
at their disyedoJV. ,jo. F. BOWKN.
,rs".1- ,3H1tntr Civil EDine.r.
OUy Civil Knaineer offioc, fto. Mi South High
street, up stairs. n -, . . , ' .. novia-oid
.vawaBmBBaaBaaaBaaaaaBXaB
HOTEL.
ST. JAtVIES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, (sear Mala '
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BENKT P, ELIAS, - Froprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY LO
ated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
nlaea for nersons vkiiini- the eitr. ' No naina will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleatant in
every partieuiar. myix-uam
GOAL.
.0 !
It
OQ A T,.
T. ALLEN, "Agent. ,
WlliLiCONTlItCe THE COAL Bt7SI
HK.-S at his present stand,
. - : Ne, XZi North High atreet .
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price. .
r Special attention paid to Shipping.
my20-eodtfj - ........
.tnvi iiui-m:-:. ; '
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE ,: Pli AC.Q, JTOl BUY
UAMPy COODS,
Kerosene Cbandelie-a.
- " - ' Hn.t.l H.ll .nil T.1.1. f..mr..
.j -t:t " . , : Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
i ne newest ana Dest Kinds o tiurnea. Vhiuine-
" icks, oraniimnit in tne iamp line. lor liguixng
vourooes, nans or liweMin? a1, ia aa " '
L roHKNKY aUil.'HDnc.'nj
Soa.8 East Fourth and 188 il a in a I roe.
.lljil .VI.') -
Gas Chandeliers. . . ,
' Hall l.iehw. - - " 1 -Vn !'1
Brackot Li.hts, ;'.:'"' r if'.- i -s.
,riy . Pertable Llzhta,
' 1 Ceilina'and
,-i:--.' ,i r i,'ri t Window Reflector lights.
i ii! ;imil -.:'!i vii onuttes, uiooea,
a .. , M Smoke Be'.
ur anyining in tne tas rixnre line, is at
i i; . ; . . ' iicHUJiKV A CO.'H Depot,
.PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanized),
' - Cast-Iron Soil Pipe.
. ..t i.,. , . Stone and Cement Drain Ploe.-'T
j , Alalleableand fast-iron Fittings,
, . -. - Steam Valves, Stop Cocks,
; '- "'l'.'- i ' Ja. Service, and
i ' ' MeterC'jok,Aoi&o.,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting- line, is at j -.,
, McHENKY A CO.'S Depot. I
' !:'," Ros. S tast Fourth and 162 Main street.'
Ill ,r,vi; . . '- - ! 1 1 i j 1
Pumps 8i Plumbers' Co'odd.
Cistern and Well Pumps;' ' ' ' ' ' ' I
Lift and Force Pomps, I '- "i 1v . I
! .ii.'j..: Beer Pumps, (harden Pwmps, Ae., j
, .i t . 'i Uxth Tub. Cjoseta,, . .
' - 'J .' - .i . Wash-ftands, Wash Trays,.
Bath -Boilers. Sinks,
Ao.; Aeit fverythiBgin the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastero price. at - - - ' ;r i
..Mchenry a co.s Depot.'
Cas &: Steam Fitters Tools'.
Screw-cutting Machines, ijlocku and Dies. -4 'rills.
Reamers and Taps. Patent Pipe Cutters. Pat
ent and Ordinary . Pipe Tones, Pipe vises.
Merer and Burner Piters, Gas Fitters Au-
fers, Chisels. Ac, As.. Kverything in the above
ine alwas oa hand and for taieatthe manufaotur
er'a trade rates, at
IkXcHEINIlY. ''& ' CO.'S,
Ne). 8 East Fourth Ac . 168 plain Street,
0 CTI-sepSO-wSm CHTCIX&ATI. '
Times of U olclliifcr Courts
In the: Fifth Juuicial IDis
'rtrict of Obio for 1869.
The State of Ohio.)
Franklin county, . ' ;
IT. 8. tHhPABD, CLERK OF THE
a Court of Common Pleas within and for said
county, do hereby certify that the following; order
is truly taken and eorreetly copied from the journal
of said Court, to-wlti ,
Timet ofHdlding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
' ,1,; r DislrictoJ Ohio for 1800. ,
It I iereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on the 18th dav of September. A. l. 1868.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
toe uourts el vommoo rieas and uismot uourrs
ot saidjudieia' District, be hereby amended, and
that the District Courts and Courts of Common
Pleas for the year A. 0. 1869, shall begin in the
several counties of the Hfth Judicial District of
the State of Ohio, at the times following i
-. DISTRICT CO0RT. ' :
Madison, May 4th. Fayette, May 14th. ' -
Kranklin. slay 6ih.
Roes. Aaausttlst.
Piekawav, May 10th.
Adams, boot, 6th.
Clermont, Sept. 13th.
Highland. Sept. 3d. .
Brown, Sept. 8th.
. . COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. j
Brown, February "rh. jnne 1st. November Sd.
. Adams, January 27th. May 18th. September tlst.
Clermont. January 5th, June 18th, October 5th.
Highland. Jai.aar 11th, May 18th, Oetoher 13th.
; Hots. Jaonary mith, June IhU November Id. :
Fayette, Fabruary 13d, June 19th, September
list.
Madisoe, February Id. Way 18th. October lth.
j Pickaway, March 8th. Jnne 15th, November 2d.
. Franklin, February 16th, June 1st, November
15th
Jn witness whereof we have hereunto let onr
hands.
, ALFRED S DfCKEY., i
J. Q. ASHBPRN. I Judges. ,
JOSEPH OLDS.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto snb
seribed my name and affixed the seal of
sIAIJ said Court at 'dumb us, this 30th day
ofOotober.A. D.1868:
'!' - T. 8. SHEPART). Clerk. '
October 31, 1868. oct31-dltw3w -
Sherifi's Sale.
1 Wm. G- Blynn ' ) Court of Common Pleas
vs .. . of
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) Franklin county. , ,
(In partition.)
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE tN
the above stated case, to me directed, 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the court house, in the
city of Columbus. on
Saturday, tbe 28:h dav of November, A.L
. : 1868, . .
at o'clock P. M. of said day, tbe following do
sribexi real estate, situate inFranklinoounty. State
of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number one (i or a subdivision or ontiots ot
tbe eitv of Columbus, "numbers fiftv-nine (69).
sixty (60) and sixtr-one (61), n ade by Samuel Me
dary. as per plat thereof recorded 4n book ia, page
534 of the records of deeds of a. id eounty, being
the same premises oonveyed to William rJiynn by
1 bo.s . Baldwin, bv deed dated Aoril 23d. A.
D. IPG.' : , i
Terms of Sale One-third cah on day of sale,
one-tbird inne year, and one-third in two years
thereafter, with interest from said day nf sale, tbe
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold. . ... . .;. t . ;r:.;fi
Appraised at aii.owi. . . ...
Printer's fees 13 75. - ' ' -; ' ,; ' ' ' "
- ,. GEORGE H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J.' W. Baldwih, AU'y. oct34-dltAwtd
i, Sbrifl's Sale.
Kewell P. Mix. ; ) Court of Common Plea
vs . of
Miohael Engol et al.) ' Franklin county. '
IN PCRSCASOK OF AN ORlKR OF SALE IN
the above stated cae Im-n said cnrt.. tome
directed, I will erT'.r pl at the door f the court
house. 4n the eft nJl O-I.im nn .;. ','
Saturday ,'tL.- i-tl. oi Nv tuber, A D.
,:, .... . iKaa, , - , . . ... :
atlo'clock P. M., t!e following de-cribed roal.es-,
tate. to-wit:
Tbe south half of lot nmnber seven io Bom A
Jennies' add.tion to tbe city of Columbus. Ohio, as
per recorded plat thereof recorded in plat record
No. 1, rage 175, being tbe same premises eooveyed
to said Magdalene bngel by Noah H igliins, by deed
dated May 13th. A. 1). It64
appraised at n416S. ' . . " - u
Printer's fets ill oo. '
GEORGE H. EARHART.
Sherifl and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Butt..' Deputy.
J, W. Baldwin. Att'y. . oct24-dltiwtd
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
I1 FOR Oini DOLLAR .
Ton' Can Bur Every Description of
,DRY AND FANCY GOODS. ,;
SILVER-PLATED, WARE, &c.
nElfDFORCIUCrJL4R,GITnGFDfX
O particulars, ot send OME DOLLAR and receive
ten checks describing ten different articles, wmon
we will sell f . r Onb Dollarbach. aad as a Com
mission to the sender choice ot one article Irom
Exchange List, of over 300.
For : 3, 30 checks and 20 yds. Sheeting.
For $5, 50 checks and 30 jds. Shej ting,
For ijiu, 1UU checKs ana ba yas. K&ecung,
or other articles eanallv valuable. ' r '' 4
should the articles .named on tbe Check not be
desired, a selection can be made from our Ex
change List, which is greater than that of any
other honse; and as ear goods are acknowledged to
be surerior to any other concern, we know thit after
patronizing us once, you win continue to do so.
Male and female agents wanted everywhere,
DO-VT FAIL TO SEND FOR. CIRCULAR. ...
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LABONTE A BABBITT,
83 Kuibury St., Boston. Masg.
nov9-w4t-lB-r
Dxs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS, -
ITJCICEYB
IZiOOK.
RF.OABDI1MG TUB TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms, No. 18 East liroad street. - .. i ,
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
tist. , i,. 1
Artificial teeth made by ns are worn with com
'yrtand serve tbepurpntes ot speech, mastication
- .loeaaty. - As Demists we aim to be the bett and
nisi ll that's good. ,
. Teeth extracted without pain. y7-w6m
Legal Notice.
; A 8A C iOMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
1- reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Cromer did. on the 2.1 day of Norein
t er. 1868. file her petition in the office of the Clerk
Of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for tbe
eounty of Franklin and Slat, of Ohio, chaiging
thesaiiAsa Cromer with willtul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than, five years last past, and
a. king that she maybe divorced from said asa
Cromer.'andthat she be allowed reasonable alimo
ni. wtioh petiti. n will atand for hearing at the
next term of said Court. . j,,
Dated Noven-ber 4th. 1868.
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SOUSAN CROMER.
By WA. Pubtlbbauoh. her Att'y. ncv3-6w '
Emollient Cream.
THIS DELIGHTFUL AKD ELEGANT
preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering oommendatiors from
those who used it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the pubi c, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the skin
against tbe inclemency of the winter season. It
not only imparts to the skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also couduoes 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
delightful fragrance render it a necessary append
age to the toilet. Prepared only by MAKPLE A
RITSON, i ispensing Chemists, 100 South High
street, Columbus. Ohio. nov4-deodAw4w
COUNTY BOAiD SCHOOL EXA iTI I
NERS' M KETINGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturdavo.
each month in the year. Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall months.
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PRINTING. ,
Tn.: (jifiKB-r( Tan Pls9fT com'.
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BOOK & JOB. PRIXT1X
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;IN ;: CENTRAL; OHIO.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO"
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Tbe attention the Business Phhlio ' called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment, '
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Eleven Steam Power : Presses
I OF TH1
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
Aad par ability to get out worn promptly is
surpassed in the West. . . We have lately
( . ' . . made addition to our alread v , ' (
I.AKC3E YARIE1 "Jt OJF
FEINTING TYPES,
f And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
us a call. Onr large fonts of type enable ns
to do all kinds of . ... . 1
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COOK ' PRllTIJCr r
n the Bicst prompt and excel'ent manner, and we
;-. call the attention of those wanting aay thing
.0 In this ine to the -.:.,: '
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ELEG AiVT SFECI M JElVfS
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JOB PRINTING I
Th reputation of this Honse for fine Job Printlni
- ia well known to the business eomraBnity. "
Employing, as we do, none but the " '
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Best of Workmen.
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v Aad having a full assortment of the. .-; .
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LATEST and CHOICEST
StYLES OF TYPE,
Wo will guarantee the utmost t atisf action. .
' -ALL' KINDS OF '
Mercantile, ;
Railroad, i . .';
Bank and
; Commercial
, . Printing,
i '. arCH AS . .
Bill Heads, ards, " "
Circulars47 . " Letter Beads,
Blanks of an kind. . Checks,"-'' '.'.'.
Drafts, J &c, &Ci
IN FACT.
EVERY KIIVD OF JOB PRIMIX6
. , Needed by the business publio.
We also keep en band a larger stock of I
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Douse in the city such as
...c i ti.:.
Super Royal, . Medium,, (,
Demy, . ; Crowa Cap,
Cap ' ; letter and . , ,
Note;: Dt?a,ip3rs
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as w
' do, dir ctly from the mahufaoturer, we ar
enabled to do our work at correspond- 1
ingly low rates. We are Sol
Agents for the '
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? CELEBRATED PAPEES OF T
PL A.TNER & POKTEK,
BLANK BOOKS,
' We particularly call, attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by U3.. We are prepared to
i fill aU order (or,,.
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And all kinds of Blank Books now in ns. , These
: ooks are all done in th best style of paper, rat
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US A OALL
NEVINS cS; MYERS
SO, S8 SO Morth7IIICa' Street,
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-"THE- SUCCESS M
lli.;- rt.i l.t .- ..,jK i. .1. J Oi
Of our OSE jDQUAR: SALE has caused, sneh,
A"'COMPLETE'-!li!
::!J.-u-t-i iji: ij -.' i 1 o net I
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'I "'XlSaT-'''T Tt. :A 3T3' 3EJ ,-'
ThatLtttTirder to supply the demand eoaiIon4 by
our constantly linorj aning patronace. we have e
centlyniade imp .rtatinns jot the Fill Troda. direct
Aniouiatiag,'.''t6 i Nearly '$5r00, 000,
Bo lha we art prepared- tn sell every description
of Dry and Fani.y Gooda, Silver Plat.d Ware, l.ut
lery.WateheB,albaravlewelr...o ,ot" bettes qual
ity tnanany utner concern in le country for the
uniform-oriceof ON K DOLLAR VOk. ACH 1 It.
TlCliB." Th best of bmtonand New Tor k refer-
noe given s to th reliab hly of oar Vuse, and
that our burinesa is conducted in tha fairest and
roust legitimate manner possible, and that we
give greater value fortbemonef ihancan'be -ob
tained jn.-any ininer: way.f. All: tioens tlamaiied r
broken in transportation replaoed,. ilhtut charge.
Checks describing articles fold sent to. agent in
Clubs at rates mentioned below: '"We' enarantM
very ariiclk toeost le-iCthBif boogbtetany Bot-
wa oc i.w- x orar m npieaaie-nouae.' ...i . p.:
Our Commissions to Aeents
Kxeeed those of everr other establish n.ent of th
ki d, proof of this can be found in comparing our
premium with, tboe of others for Clubs qf the
same size, in addition to which we o'aim to give
better good? of the same character-' We will send
to Avents free of ehare-e. " ...u. .
For a Club op 30 akoJThree Pollibs 1 do,
good linen ribirt r'riinu; 1 set Solid bold Studs;
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large aoi 1 elegant llalmorM tSkirb; 10 yards
brown or bleached S' eeting, good quality, yard
wide; I elegant 100 Picture .Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; V oouble lens Stereoscope ano la Foreig
Views: 1 silver plated engraved 5 bottle Castor: 1
elegant Silk Fan. with Ivory ' or Sandal Wood
frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 &teel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory bal
anced handi; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: 20 yard good Print; 1 very fine Damask Tab!
Cover; 1 pair bet qulity Ladies' Serge C..nsvess
Boots; 1 desen fine Linen T 'wels; H doxen Rogers'
best Silver l)es?eit Forks; 1 Ladies' laritereal Mo.
roooo Traveling Bae: 1 fancy Dress Pattern. X
dozen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Kings,
I doeen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockinss:
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold . King; 1 pair La
dies' bigh cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Detain
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and dow, in box Complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin. ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
For, a Clfb op 5o ano Five Dollars 1 black
or colored P lpaooa Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool, Blankets; Engraved silver
plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold; Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Cassiinere. for Pa -ts and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced bandle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elecant Satin Paras .1, besvily beaded and lined
with Bilk: 1 Tair Gents' Calf Boo a: 30 Yards fi-nnd
iPrint; 30yarr!i good brown or bleached Sheeting,
yard wide or 40 yards ii yards wide, g .od quality; 1
I. adies elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
wool rBawi; I plain iSurwien rooun Dress rat
torn, IX jards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks: elecant eneraved silver elated Tea Pot: 3
jards double width water proof cloth for Cioakng
FOKAtLtBOP 100 AND TgN Doi.LARS-l rich
Men Do or '1 hibeclliess Pattern; 1 pair fin Dam
ask 'labia Cloths and apkin to tnatoh; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved Ice -Pitcher; ve-y fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bieasEed Sheeting; 714 yards fine Vassimere for
suit. 1 e'egant Poplia Dxes Pattern; 1 clesaut,
bnglish Berage Drets Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Beraee Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Kniv.s
and Forks: 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Uuoting-osse
Watch: 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewinz Maobipe:
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, witn rao
ord and photograph paces; 95 yards good Hemp
Carpeting, g od colors; 1 pair good Marseille' Quilt.
i goul aarrel Kevolver; a-elegant rur Mutt and
Cape; 1 sinale barrel Shot Guo; 1 silver plated en
grave'! 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles; 1 verv fine Violin and 3ow.in oait; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks. , ...
- Present for larger Clubs increase in the sarrt
ratio. ..,,,-
Mr Send Money by Kesii'tered Letter.
A-ar" hend for our new Fall Circular. :
Kf Catalogue of Goods-sent to auy address PBEB
:! ' 'i PARKEK CO, i
Nos 96 and 100 Summer street, boston,
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OHIO SAW WORKS,
, Patent Ground Circular Saws,
MILL. & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND AMD HIP 8AW8.,; -RarAiKixa
Carefully -and Promptlt Doni,
WUODUUbbH A IlcPAKLIN, .
i : ' ) ' ' HaraiUon, Ohio, and
, actoxiea, 2M ,40 West Tth St.. Cincinnati.O.
Warbonse. li 14 West Id street. Cincinnati, O.
S S2fJ rOR PRICE LIST ' rd rrp5-3m
Great OneDollar Sale.
THE MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF THf
, , KIND 1.x THE COUNTRY. ,
TME Sin. A LI. EST AKTICLK OX OfJH
checks can be exchanged at anv time for
splendid lrrgeConcertina.or a five-bottle revolving
silver-plated Castor, or t.entv-l'uur French Store-
oscoDic Views. We have on hand over- half a mil-
lion 1. oilers' worth of goods. The largest and most
valuable.tock ot Linens. Woolens. ( ottnns. r Ian.
nets. Dress Goods. Fanor Goods. Plated Ware. Cut
lery. Meerschaum Pipes. Ac, Ac, ot AN V DOL
LAR SALE House in America.- We import . our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' prices. This never has been done be
fore, and is causing a complete panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherever our goods ar sent
If yru wish to hoy goods cheap, now is the time
vv e are bound io sell 1 KverytDing sold at the uni
form rate of ONK DOLLAR EACH. Tho.e eet-
ting up clubs for other firms will do well to stop
w nere may re, ano send ior our circular, tlur in-
ducements are double those of any other concern,
agents.1 Leek Mere I
For a elub of Thirty and 3. we send one of the
follow ing artiolos, FREE OF CHARGE: 24 jards
heavy brown or nicacr.ed yard wi.ie nneetmg;
Double Lens French Steroscope. with SA rich fur-
lgu views; 1 uadioa real Morocco Traveling Hag;
20 pairs Ladies' fine Merino Mocking; 1 genu ue
aleerdcnauin ripe, amber mouthpiece, m splendid
case; 1 Violin and Bow in b. x -ooipl te; Ail-Wool
t'aasimere fr pants; 1 pair Ladies' extra quality
Ulotti t)uot8. 1 oezen nne i.inen ioe:a: 1 ateei
Carving Knife and Fork with ivory balanced ban
die, very best quality; Gents' heavy chased solid
G..fd King; Elegant Delaite 1 ress Pattern: 1 desen
heavy silvur p'aed white "metal Dessert Forks;
dotMB Rose s Bros, best heavy plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 0 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
20-keved metal bound Concertina, retail's for (10.
.Foraclubnf Fifty and tJ, on of the following
articles : 1 Web of heavy brown or bleached .vard
wide Sheeting: I black orccloed Alpaoca Dress
Pattern; 1 pair Ail-Wool BUnkets; Engraved i.lver
plated a ooitie revolving castor; 1 set ivory oa:
anr.e.1 Knives, with silverolai.d white metal Forks:
1 pair Geut' Calf Boots; S5 ards good Print;
varrts double width Waterproof for Cloaking:
Square Wo- i Shawl; yards very fine Cas&imere
ior paois anu vest; nenuuim ri.p.11. L.rua ratieru;
luu-notnre lurgey jnoroceo rnoFoe-rapn Aioum.
For a club of One Hundred and $10, presents va
rvins in value from (15 to f 25 Club of Five Hun
dred and (50, presents from 460 to tlOO. . Lareer
oiuos increased in the same ratio. Pieuiiums cent
wilb e-oorla.
.Circulars free to any address. Send all mooey
by registered letter or tnnne? order. Address
.! l :- BKLCUER, JAMES A CO .
, S ucoeesrs to A. S. Hardy A Co.. ,
7 A 9 Bromfield street. Button, Mass.
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MONEY SAVED.
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We are constantly purcnaing for cash in the New
York and tioiiton Markets, all kinds ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. SI LKS, COTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOKS. 'WATCHES. SKW
, 1NU MACHINES. CUTLE 1 Y, DRKSd , ,.,
j GOODS, DOMESTIC GOODS,
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Whioh we are actually seluLg at an aver' re price
of One Dollar far l.ncu Article. Our
rales being strictly for casn.'-and our trade much
larger than that of auy other similar, concern, en
ables us to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed of any. other house.. . 1 1
'.'.yl.THE LADIES i, ;
Ar especially invited to give us a trial.., , Y ...
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Onr club system cf se ling is a follows: F.rr f5
send rupatent pen toentains and oheok desonbiDg
10 different articles to bes.ild for a dollar each; 40
for : te-tnr h 10 for $10, Ac Pent bv Mail.
VnmmifioM larger than tfyott offertd by any other
firm, according to site of 010b. Single tounrain
and check. 10 cents. . Male and female agent waat
ed. el Monet tn Ki'triatercd i etlers.
Send'us a trial club; and -oa will (rrknowledEO-
that you cannnc auora 10, Duy goods til any. other
huse thereafter. ' -
EASTMAN KENDALL 7,
65 Hanotai sxreet. Boston, Mas.'
i ' FOQALEpB EXCHANGA1";
I WILL SKLLOR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
. ERTf inline eit. nf Culumhua . f.mwf ion
acres of land near Ottawa, the eounty seat of Put
nam oonnty. Ohio, and will pat the difference, if
any, in cash. T ie Und js situate at tba corner of.
oross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acre&elaared. It i very rich 1 .nd. end well tim
bered with walnut, asb, sugar-tree ana spice busch
A good bargain will be given. .,,,-,.
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' ' Office, corner of High and Broad streets."
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PASSAGE TO AND FROM GREAT
. Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ing Packet, by weekly .lines. traduced rate. TAP
SCOTT BROS. A. CO.. 86 South street, Nw
York, continue h lasuo rww, liottets, available
i.r fwelv, months, from liondon. Liveronnl. nt
Queenstown, and Dra'ts, payable en deaiand. lot
any amount: from 1 and upwards.
BAILEY IJi'jMPlSON A CO , Agat.
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TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
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, From Cylambus, incoanectioo with JTraia o Ijh
, I-iUle ilLlami &. Col umkai fc,-Xemla
i liJ""" 11IV1. 3j
e KIGHT IXPRKrlS Leaves Cfelumbrfr at 1:1
.. A. M.. Will stop at Delaware. Cardiagbw. Gilead,
Gallon, Crestline; Shelby, w London, Welling
j ton, Grafton and Berea. arriving at Cleveland at
6 JO A- M..New Vork 7KM A. M. Tnis traia ieaves
' Sunday lorninS.inot1 Monday. ir' ' - 1
. KO.I ACCOAiMODATlON Leaves Colatnbtti
at 50 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
utiwin starts fro att. Preigbt Yankf -. -.nn , -,
NEW YORK EXPRtSS-Leave, Colnmbn at
11:10 A. M.'- Will stop at Delaware Cardlngton.Gal
-ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and. Berea, Arrives at Cleveland at 3W
M...w Vork wext day atSo P. M. - ' e
. MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leave. ColumbnsatJ
P. M. Will ntopiat Werthi. gton, Lewis Center
tfwi.ware, sue an. otauons to noeia and etnioa,.
ew Lnn.lon. Wetlin?ton. i..rra .n lu... a
-rive at Cleveland at:S9 P. 1.1., New York 10-Jt)P.M.T
! orninuriabll AUlOianoiJATtU3 V Irk U&Lr
A WARE Leaves Columbus at 35 P, M. WiU
- stop t all stations betweea-CoIumbuK arid Spring
field, arriving- at Delaware at 4ao P. M., Springfield
S0- P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
I M- wives at Delaware at :10 JL; Columbus
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, . - jistat Train CbLoage, r .
,, Hew Vork and
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. Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; ulso. to Philadelphia and
' New Y ork, via Crestline. ..." . ,
, . . RETURNING: . ,!
Wisht Expres, arrives at Columbus at 1:00A. M.
P nP'miti Express arrive, at Columbus at 11 M
- : Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 9:10 P. M. " 1 '
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columba
at 1035 A.M. ;
Fare aa Lew a "by aar Other Jlonte.
" Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
Ncif . : a - ' E. S. FLINT, ' -'is
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.:
JAMES PATTERSON,
: ' J- Agent, Columb (.Ohio. ,
Colnmbns. May 11. 1868. . ... ,
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MEDICAL.
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Afnie, Aci-
' dity of the Stomach Losa of Appetite,
INausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
' diseases ariping irom a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.
' Prepared by Seward & Bentlbt,
Druggists, Buffalo, N. Y.T Sold by all
druggiits.. 1 i' ' ". ;- - '.
S.E.stAMUELA Co., Wholesale Agent . - "
BB-ap4-deosAwly;. :t .j. H .
V The dreftt nf?liHne ft Ahe Skin, enrcav
, without fiklU -farferr aklgad r mm: T
Ifflitly craptlon or Uie fe.
n: . . or-Itrliiii.r;. Iirltallnit.1 or
V 'i iv 'in dMrmhtff cut&neona
;-.,i.1:o' r - mmmny pnxt l;, -f'
, , ,( of Ube person. . ).
Tt hnt ttfYtri'v rtlitcrd me of thtit mortifying tTP
' tkm, nmt I m mat looking flM lih n mm," writns
Charlex R. NoMc, tiii'ml Aceut of illich. Centrul
i. B. B., 173 Brotttlfran N. Y. - '
IT fimtt it an inmlHftbfa mrtrrfu for Tetter. etc.
write Higlcy Bros., Druggist", Fttirfield, Iowa.
hnre tried ytmr ratiiahle rmrtty for 5ar6erT
. Itch with fTrevtf imfce," writci C. W. Xramont, of
LeomiiAster. Mass. , t , ......
end for circnlar. Price, 75 cts.. and. tl.OQ.
prepared onlj by SOLON PALMER. " -:
j i , . ' u raj w-t Fonrth Street, Clncmnati, O- ' '
O1 For mla bji Pragguta gpnerailj-. . -i
-PPt?l'deodtf wlys ,,i , ;; ;, fj-:j . .
THE SCIENCE:. OF HEALTH
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WRRY BlAr HIS OWN PHIS1CUN.
l'j Hnllnwav'a Pi la and Hollowav'e Ointment.
Disorders of tbe Stomach. Liver and Kowels Th
Stomach is th great center which influences the
health or nitease of -the system a' used or debili
tated by excess indigestion, onen.3ive Die . in an
physical prostration are tbe natural consequences.
Aluea to ine Drain, it is in source tn r.eaaacnes,
mental denreFainn. nervous comol.ints and unrt-
Ireshinr sleeo. The Liver becomes affected and
generates billons disorders, pains in the fide. Ac
1 e Hone s sympathise Dy uostivenesi", inarrnoea
and Dysentery. Ti e principal action of these Pills
is on tne stomach, and tbe liver, lungs. oowei ano
ktdne-s participate in their recuperative and re-
a-enerativn nneratinn Ervsirjeraa and ialt RheUm
are two of the nvigt common and virulent disorders
prevalent on this continent. io these trie oint
ment is especially antagonistic. It Vniodus oper
and." is firt to eradicate tbe venom and then com-
plete the core; Bad. Legs. Old Soros and Ulcer,
cases of manv veara' atandine. that have pertioa-
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
treatment have invariably succumbed to a lew ap
plications of this powerful unguent. Eruptions on
: the Skin, arising from a bad state of tbe blood or
caronie diseases, are eradicated, ana Clear ana
. transDarant anrfaoe reaained bv the restorative ac
tion of this Ointment. It surpasses many of the
cosmetics and other toilet apr nances in . power
to dispel rashes and vther d'sfigarementeof the
face. . Fenrale Coraplaints.-wheth r in tbe young or
old. married 0-Pinele. at tne aawn 01 wo-naniiooo
or the turn of life, these tonic medicine display
decided an influence that a marked. iinprovemeutie
nAn Twm.Ar.rihl. in the health of the patient.
ins a purely vegetable preDaiatieaK they are a safe
and reliable remedy tor all Classes 01 remaies in
every condition ef health aad station of life. Pilar,
and Fistula Every form and feature of these prev
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated local) -and
entirely by the use nf this emolient; warm fo-
mentations should precede it application. its
. healing qualities will be foupd to be thorough and
invariable,- '
-Both the Ointment and Pi Is should be used-
; the following rases: ..'.- ..,,. ','
-Bunions, Burns, Chapped hands. Chilblains, t it
tula. Gout, Lumbago, Mercurial Eruptions, -files,
Rheumatism. Ringworm. Salt Rheum. Scalds,
Skin Dieeatesv Swelled Glands. Soxe Legs, Sore
Breasts, Sore Heads, Sore Throats Sores of all
kinds. Sprains. Stiff Joints, Tetter, Ulcers, Ve
: nereal Sores. Wounds of all kind. , . -1 -
CAUTION 1 ono are genuine unless ihe words
' "Uollowav, Ngw York and London "are dis
cernaole as a hVjtr-fnar in every leat of th book
ot directions around each pot. or box: the same may
' be plainly teen by koldine th l?qf to. the iigM. A
. handsome reward wi.l beg:ven to any one render
. inc such information as mav lead to the detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting to udi-
. cinesor vending toe same, snowing ioem to do spa-
, rions. . ..':. .- .i
j An Sold at th asanufactory of- Professor Hol
lows v. 0 Maiden Lane. New York, and brail re-
i s pec table Druecist. and Dealer in . Medicine
: throughout t. e civilized world . t .
! At" There is considerable saving by taking tbe
larger sines. . ! : i-hi rl : .
J- N. B. Directions for the guidanc of patients in
: every disorder are affixed to each pot and box.
jyl5-wly " . ,
1 ' '-J" .I
A3- PBILOSOtHY OF MARRIAGE,-A New
Coirsb of LiCTPKgg, as delivered at the New
York Museum, of Anatomy, embracing the. sub
jects: llo" to live and what to live lor; louth.
Maturity and Old A tfe; Manhood general y review,
ed : The cans of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage P-ilosoph.
1...1I MnaiJ.ml An.'. ' i
Pocket volume containing these lecture will b4
. . . . . - .....J n ...
lorwaraea io partie" unauit. ... itw.viui
four stamps, -by addressing HKCRETAKY,; Naw
York MrjaurM op Anatomt. and Science. 61$
BroadiaT''Nf York. ' VKv-feb28-dlv
1 f.t- BOOTS iANL' SHOES.
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CHEAP.BOOTSrAND;, SHOES.
.o- ,ii 1 -hi
rr Si SIIEPARI) 1IA.VI roniMED
A . a partnership with G. H0RIGER. for th
jPUTPoee of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
!l'0, 1B SOIJTtl.HIt,H 8TBERr,
, Wouldirecpeotfully invite their friends and th
public gei. orally to call and examine tbeir fil e and
well Selected tookf Ldiei Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di-
-rectfrom the tast. and which they are n..w otlering
tor sale on the moat reasonable terms. In onr man-
: ufaotaring eepar meet special atientioa is given to
CUSTOM-MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Pleas give ns a eall. No trouble to
bR:m"enfbSer th. ;PlH-p )fMtgJjfQ
Columbus, O., Sept. 13, l6S. , . dt(
. ... ; . : . . '.i:ri . . i
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAG
COLUMBUS, CHICAG AND
COLUMBUS, CHICAG AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Shortfntt
The
Chan are; efCnra to Cblcaajo, a.
:i oria and Inatlanupoii
FOUR TRAINS DAAalv-aas fnloiV ftpot? Co-
f-.k A. MV TOLEDO KXPRe3SbBd.,.
VtiO exeepted.Tftrrives at Milfordsoo A. li
Crbaaaetot A. M.f Pi ).-Mt Lima lii'l
P. M.- Toledo3:151U Detroit 6:10 P. IT
-Passesgar by itbis train arrive akXoUdo
Detroit 3 itaurs ahead of ny other Voet
191il P- M. DAY EXPRE -S tSeBdavigex
1Z.1U eepted.) Ami is at Urbana l.-oo P. Ma
Jix65P, M.i bradtord .Junction. Stia P. M.;
Richmond 45 KM.rlhdiatiafMlIsaa P. Lol
ganspori 9S0 p. l.t Reoria fnA A.t1 j OaTtlurg
8S -.-"jnWaB. Iowa. 11:04 A. M iXo'ui.
Ji':1.30- ltr7?Haute Damp. MVlattooa
1:85 ,AiV:'tLriro:,p' ' A?.; Al
ton 70 A. .M . tStwXoat Bm. A.'M Laia'atte
110 P. M.; SpringfieldjTO-iltT & A?iu Gain
cy U:45 P,M.j KeukuKTOB P.
'-PaaMBr bytbi traia.aeagh.tu Xju.1. ai ....
morning 2 .town jr. hwArnd f.r noints west
vi cu tiuis una xn.au in- .AUf AX
FAN CK2 of
an otner ruutes.
at
8:K A, M.; IndianapuM I.0D A.- M.: Terr Haute
Sa.K:M4EvauTille P. M.JUttBt-8fl8 A.
M.; Pan 10:06 A. M.; ALton 1:40 F. M;- St.ioui
J:45 P. M.:-Lafavtt9:lt A. At Hncinafieidha..
:05P. M.; Quincy 7JDP.M.; Keokuk 8.45. P. JJ.
Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nasfaviil too P.M 4 Mem
phis 90S A. M.; Toeao-th3 A. AL; Detroit 2
iJ3--n-:tJrEW)AHn KLEqAN.T . fhM
8 1 e e p 1 ba g;.i.C.A !F.-m.r-y
RUN IN THIS TRAMi TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST'JLOTJIS ROUTE : TOM ATTOtMr, ILL.
- r B1ara II fT V 13 WWV Wl 1 W V V PW fir. A
if. avi.tiaiiuuui .wjAaWS.,,
Arriving at St, Louis IO boars and Louisvill
8 near ahead of any theTrba4Ui. if
M.-NWHT-KXPRE88. Dally tela
lvi " diaoapotis. aodz-Snadays excepted, to
Ch.caatl. Arrivea at l.o..niiimrr.81& AM. P...:.
6:5 P; M.; Chieato 10 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:18 A
M.: Terre Haute l50 A.M.s Bvansvilie 19D0 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. d.; tlairn 4-i A M P.. P
M.; Alton 7U5 P. M.; Bt.l oois 8:10 J. M.; Lafay
ette 4:30 P. M.- LonisvilmaU P, M.irhvUl
M A.M., Memphis 3.1A P. M. .
Passengers by this train' reach St. Louis H and
vmuh,u o aiwHW TW T nT BHTntQB U
State Koonri tsleeIxi Caix-ai
' " RUN IN THIS TRAIN if?d rny
FROM' FITTSBCRGH.TO laDIANAPOLia
WITHOUT CHANGE. '
" Call for Ticket! ftrttigansport or Richmond
M4f Tiakela fnr.a.1. at ElntAB ,ul Kn.UMn..
Columbus. and..at all principal, Railroad Ticket
Offioes. '- ' .. ... 1 Di.i
o v.-.-iX . tJHANDLER,Gn'lTiektAgent
J. M. LUNT. General Superlhtenden)
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
JSfn iioarsfl
. .i -,' :r,
RAILROAD!
-W.k.l
Three Train IeaireColiBitiitTa'"'
Depot), Aiailr (unlayeavxoeie-'l
:io A.' M".;' NIGHT EXPRESS, aariviar
ZanasvUl at 4:30 A. M j Bellair at 8:10 A, H
Baltimore at 4210 A. M.; Washington City at SOS
A.H.C" - - ...d.i .,.)m.:i,Jmi
into A. M.! LIGHTlNfi EXPBISSirrfriBt
atZanesville at 1:14 P.M : Bellair at 43a Pi M.
Baltimore at 8.30 A. AU, Washintgjt.yJa4j(;(.
2--OO P. H. EXPRESS M AILrrfng'"atiaBe
villr at 4:45 P. M.: BUairaatAi&aP.-M BalMt(naM
at 4:45 P. W ashisgton City at 5:45 P, M.
.' a.Tbese train are from TWO te EIGHT kortat
in advaaee of all other route jto BaltiuioraaB
Washington. .g . :.rsii.'m
Close connections mde.at Baltimor and Wash
ington avith trains for Philadelphia aad New York.
, Passengers holding, through tjrskeU to Eastern
cities have the privilege of .
i . -i i'i. .311: '9 .alieiarST ixtn
FiUng7Waiuii.toH
r o -id
iJ i!.i
No Change of Cars at Dhfo-fiiveE
1 in
.1; st J . t k f n-f 1 v; f;.;n
Ask For TICKirrS Tla BECkUAIR.
.,,.- : , x -i--. f .:" 1 " 1 yt.,.)
""'"" JNO L". WILSON. Master cf Transportatioat
.:i L. M. COLE, General Ticket AgenWr' iv.-ui
- JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Art.
-mayl8-- ' - ' - - :
CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAjf HlNDLE BOliTEi j T'
... -.. ... gtaj'ift
" vs ana attar Jane satb, l-r, 4ninawilL ran A(
foUoWSI. . -
Leav. ' S. T. Express. 7 'Mail '-f 'f L&.)
tlolumbus, 310 A. M, 1 3:15 P,M 11.-M A,Mi
Newark ...3:25 A. M. SiO P. M. ' 125 P. M
Steuben ville.-.S:W A. M. SrfO PJa.i l S-M P. Me
Arrive at - , , . ...
Pittsburgh ....11 Ml, M. 12:08 II. 1""7HP.M?
Harrisb-jrg.... :20 P. M. 12 M P. H. f ,.60 A.M.
Philadelphia.. 1:35 a.lU50 P. M. 35A.Mt
New York.... 6:00 A, M. 6i5 P. M. . 11:50 A.M.
Baltimore.... . 6:45 A. M. 630 P; M. ' 11: P. M.
Washington.:. 9M A, M. , 9M P. AL," 4 P.MJ
Boston 6:00 P. M 13:00 P. M.
E'egant stat room sleeping car ob all tVigbt traiBK
On the ast Line tbe celebrated ''Silver Palace',
day and nisht cars are run through from Uolumbn
to Philadelphia and New Ycrk withoBtcbeage. ' '
A3" Passengers by the 3:00 A. SI. Sunday traia
arrive in New York at 5 o'olock Monday morniag,
an advantage never before ofiered.. ffifefc1 :io
: ' .- "Genl Ticket At, 8tebenville. 6. -t
W.W. CARD. Superintendent. Steabenville, O,
' H.B. BROOKS,-- 1
Ticket Agent.Volusibus, 0.,,i
JOHN B. PETERS. AganCColumbnsVO.
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rf
W. S. BR0018. ' AlX. BOCSTON. 'W- H. 'SL D
J; & W. B. BltOOKS,
- C.r.Ricai A Btck Bt.,C1aabaV. ; I
Wholesale Crors;;
DEALBRS IN
NEW OBLEAVd 1 8XIGAH8 ANTTlf OtlBSI' 4
-'Island" Snrars, Coffee. Tea' Ppiee. Tobacco
iaouoR8j'j)o. 11 ...j'
febB-ly -
J. ' VIBNNOT' & CO,,
.' i 1 -" general Newspaper' : -; '"
,,, 133NM"atreefcliew w.giA-
" IT ' (flUMMt ft IStU' : , 1
' - t ' .T ' ' c.J 0, i.mtft ! r p.
Wbeg te en th attentioa ef esVrertmrr tor
our agency. ,0ur facilities with all tbe first class
daily paper in tb Country, are second to'-nonev
aod wearo Sully, prepared to offer term and eoa-
ditions which cannot fail to give superior induce
ment.: W Alto send ad carl is .re aa ell Cubaai
Bid South American papers, with whom we. have,
exc usive eoo'racts We are tbe onl boose doinr
a SPAMsH ADYERTTSllrG BUSINESS.
We ein, by speeial peru.iseioa. refer tti?t . ..
Mr. HT.HafcaBiiAp,. .Druggis j trMrlmg
Me-srs. R. YanbcMb- A COsolW -CirMawMh.
street. New York. . . ,
Messrs. HkL A RirogBL SlVjtetfwW trrewfU
Messrs. G. BBttCE's SONikfoMFoaAderaTil
Cbamboi street.jkit! .,J,i'.jn ii .Jl . ...i
Messrs. Phalon A Smt. New York, , .
il emirs. PbbLow S t'Or.ttRBltn. Wew'Y'trfk.''1 ,u"''
Messrs. Tahrant A Co.;New Yorktr, uiiiin;!) -.i't
Messrs. Chickbhino A Son, New Yorkt
Mestw. RAirwix' kCuWnew:Yorhia ilru. J-.:i'.
, 4tetawla,..,.,,,i. ;...... .,,1.-.,. .:
A
NEW PRICE;feUST
faJiJ
1 Is issued thi aaealh by the
and will be sent, post paid,p avery pplioaob. oot-!
tuning announcements of
NEW 'STYLES "Or'!t)RGAIS;t
' jjfit.r- H-.it -AVy ...eevox3,5t'i.' mn'.'
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i Fonl'-Octare'OnrBn.'WoKd Wafrro't CM. tsi?" ''
' Five-Octave loubl' iUo) Organs Five top.
Boltd Walnut C se. earved and penelled 1: . f
OlAer'les-at?mHortiopv'es; Warro-nTS.r
154 Iremont street, Boston; 596 Broadway. Neey
Vork. U .-hi. noJT-w4t-rNT
! .-- -' ' Western Rrsxrvb Bane, I
1 Warrek, OHiryf-XTnust f. leevi. (
NOTICE I-'HERKBY1 mVBNllTO'TrTB
1 holder of the outstanding note of thala.
Western Reserve Bank, and te all other parties in-,
leva ted. that after the axnh-aiioa of six month '
rr..m tnis aate. application will oa mad to n. as. ,
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der t said Bank the stocks deposited to eeoretbe
outstanding circulation of said Bank, 1a, pursu
ance ef the forty-fif'A '45) seetinnef an act entit .d -"An
act to incorporate th Stat Bank of Ohio. t
snd other Banking Companies," passed February
84.1846. . I- t rsiuS&TntUtoL... ;
M. B. TATLtrai 'Cashier.'' -
August 1, la. angS8-w6m

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