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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
. ... . .- . ...
: "thawing the arrival and departure of train at Oo
,1 . ambus. Ohio. On and Attar Monday INOT.UI,
aaa trains will run as totiowst .
Cleveland. Colmsue Clntl R.'H
vtf r, . ".,.' ,. iiavs. mm1
v H. T. Western Express.. I3B A.M."'l9t A. M
New York Express .n:l A. M. 1:30 p. M
Mail an -xpress. -....... ;40 P. M. :25- P. M
BnJ..I.M Anonm.via lol- BtfO P. M. ln-l", A. M.
xe. I AoooraiuodAtiou. ...... SrOO A. M. 7.45 P.M.
"!' 'This tralnleaves Snndey Wniing--tiot Monday.
vn; - 4AM.KB rATTEKSON Agent.
0 ' Uttla Itlaaet CalataabnaAc Koala H.H.
: - LI1TI. ABBIVK,
IttgfctExpraes t. -.4:00 A.M. 1KlOA.il"
Cincinnati Aoeummodatisn. i A. M. 3i P. M.
Cxpres. u........ lP-JJ-
KxBresa.... 6:00 P.M. 10 P. M
W. H. H. Shikn, Agent.
. SaUaaare 'at hla'ttallroad. Central
'i- ' ' :'' T.tlTI.
13:10 A. M
:S.l P. M
nan P. M-
J lRBit T!irorii..'.,.I.':'.'...i! A. J.
-LlgMurng Kxsma.j.-.. JW A. M..
., KnrM il.il.. - Al-
A. i. Smith, Assent.
Uetlnaakns. Ckleat a Indiana. Caa.
i. .-...12:40 A. M- 6:00 A. M.
80 A. M. 2:05 P. M.
. Day Express
5:50 P. M., 75 P, M.
.. IdS P. M. 110 A M.
G. A. Bill, Agent. ,
' 'jaadaakw, rTtanatleld Rawark .H.
v'' Train leara Newark and arrive ee follow
- .. .1 . i: . ; : ARBIVB.
Freight.... 00 A.M. --.
p. Mail and Express ,,..10.M A.M. .5 P.M.
, "- f.-rrrriiw'AA
-' fHttewarra, Cincinnati At at.- taenia
... - -...i MaUwar. ....1 1 v
':: .--.; 1 T lATaV;.'-. ARm.
- NewTork Express - :IS A. M. 1-2.-00 Mid't
- i,ihtatoKxpraa...,..liao A. M. MS I. M.
Mail and Express 15 P. M. 11:45 P. M.
veanisoa AeeomsaodationI 60 A. M. -' 0M0P.M.
-- m Haw YarkKxpreaaandaiL.r All other trains
-j ran daily, exoept Sunday. , , ...
Denaisoa Accommodation it art from freight
'- ' ' ' Johw B. Pbtkbb, Agent
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-Hi :; :.i . i'. I l. ,'.V r. :
4,!Btatfl Thnvairt Hans,
-:. . via BteobeaTiUa , and
A. X. 7. H
A. a. r. a.
110 12 J
;, Xaatarn Way Maita. C. C. . mM 1 J1A
J O.B.;:. .i.'ia 0
Horthwest. Tia Ft. W.
4;.. r.j- a. a C. R. R.-. k.
. 7 JO
-LHtle Miami B.R.. Thro J
'"Wttla Miami B.R:rVT.
1 Oi K. K.. Newark.
I,..: Zaoearilta WhaeUnc.
. . C.U.B-Wajr............
i;. c 1 inrongu ma
- Cirolerille. ChiUieothe
anoaater, Ohio.......... '
" Baat n ay, National Road. MdO
! rilla. Ac... 10:30
llortk Colaatbu and Clia-
70 110 7;S0
..wraHa - -x
irday....Jqf- ( , .
aadaya. A f naa
. J . .art Raturdava
mIm Villa. a. ftri-week-1
a , . X
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
The Soldier and the Thistle.
' little Minnie, in her eagerness after
flowers, bad wounded her hand on a .
Jn sharp, prickly thistle. This made her ;
" cry with pain at first, and pout with;
Taxation afterward. :
..! I do wish there was no such thing
" as a thistle in the world," she said pet
tishly. .. . .-. ' r ; :v V
.''.' ?" And yet the Scottish nation think
;.. so mnch of it, they engrave it on the
national arms," said the mother.
j " It is the last flower, that I should
-pkk out,'' said Minnie. "I am sure
they might have found a great many
',' nicer ones, even among the weeds.'
: But the thistle did them such good '
'u 1 service once," said mother, "they learned
-,:to esteem it very highly.. One time the..
'.'Panes invaded Scotland, and they pre-.
. , pared to make a night attack on a Bleep
ing garrison. So they crept along, bare
footed, as still as-possible, until they
X, n trere :-. almost up to the ' spot. Just at .
i.that moment a barefooted soldier stepped
"on 1 great thistle, and the hurt made -i:
him utter a sharp, shrill cry of pnin.
' That sound ' awoke the sleepers, and '
a -each man sprang to his.arms..' They."
--fought with great bravery, and the in
Yaders .were driven back with much
'EioR8. ' So,' you ee, the thistle saved'
1 Scotland, and ever since it has been
placed on their seal as their national
flower." "" " r i
jnui " Well, I never expected that so small j
a thing could 'save a nation," said Min-
nie, thoughtfully. '; - -; . :;
God can make use of as small things
as great, to accomplish bis purpose; and.'
it is said that very small circumstances
often turn the tide of battle. In the war
. of 1812, the' British fleet were. sailing in
;a the harbor of New London, and it was
asked why they did not destroy the
",4own, when they could have so easily
'. done it. ,. : . ' - ; ' i
?; I would,' replied the commander,
' ' if it had not been for that formidable;
, Jong fort, whose guns commanded the
harbor.- That long fort, he then learned,
nii was- an old rope-walk,' and the many
guns were the small ..windows in-its
,., pie Jooked with new eyes on that old
How to Have a Cheap Hot Dinner.
[From the Scientific American.]
r7e happened to be present in May
, last at the Polytechnic Institute of Lon--"
, don while Prof. Pepper was conducting
-. imm very, interesting optical ezperi
: -mentsto a crowded and appreciative au--
dience - . ; . ' . .. ': -
-j.,I,..;.Thi Institute is one of the most val
I' ."nablw and instructive in London, and we
' trust that in due time we Bball have
,Lf something like it, and even better, in
this city. -: . '
.r-V A large hall in the building is devot
1 ' '. ed to the exhibition of novel inventions,
: ' jnany of which: were : remarkable for
' their ingenuity ; At the time of our
? visit, a very voluble' little personage
was summoning the visitors to examine
a small contrivance which he called the
: Norwegian cooking apparatus. ' It con-'-!
sis ted of . tia vessel or stew-pan, hav
' ing closely-fitting cover, and into
which s piece of mutton or beef, pota
toes," and other vegetables, are placed
in water at the boiling point. ' The ves
sel is covered so as to ' be water-tight,
' and then carefully inclosed in a felted
box, and the lid sealed. The apparatus
before us had been shut up nearly three
and a half hours, and when opened in
. onr presence, we. were invited, along
with other half-hungry visitors, to eat of
the viands thus prepared, which we found
' well cooked and very palatable. The
lecturer on the cooking apparatus re
marked that the peasants of Norway,
wise in their generation, were great
V , eaters of porridge. They found that by
' boiling their mess for only five minutes,
- - and then immediately inclosing the
sauce-pan, all hot, in a little felted box,
the acquired heat was sufficient to com
plete the cooking of the ponidge and to
keep it hot for many hours.
The Norwegian Government, it ap-:
pears, took a leaf out of the peasants'
book, and adopted the same plan of
;.. cooking for the navy, which has proved
a success. . . -'
' The lecturer went on to say that two
gentlemen perhaps himself was one of
them started from Paris with one of
these little felted saucepans full of mut
ton, an3 npon reaching London, after
eleven hours' ride, the felt covering was
""removed, the stew opened, and the in-
ner .man regafe'rl wTh as choice a mor
se, as ever Englishman ate Assisted, of
course, by a generous pot or beer,' to
which, it is said. Englishmen are some-
wnat partial. '.
i Now. for a w6rkngman,-there is hoth
insr like a good hot meal..' It adds force
and power to human muscle'. Therefore,
in every farm,' in every cottage, let the
kettle' be1 boiled 1 every morning; let
the sancepans containing th provieioas
for the day's dinner be placed t? boil for
nve minuieth ana inen; gnu. up, piping
hot, in a wood box, well fitted inside
with cheap, felt, and i the family -need
concern themselves no more till the din.
ner hour arrives. At that time the food
will be found 'nicely cooked, and with
the addition of some salt and pepper it
will constitute a dish fit to set before
king. The laborer can ' as easily carry
the little Norwegian stew-pan , to the
neld as be can bis little tin pail.. . '
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TonrmostimDortmntftrtielaol diet. The health
of your familj largely dopenda upon iti being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it soT Then use only '
JWIT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-Ca
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white and beautif ul Take a pound bom
to your wife to-night Hhewillbe
delighted with it.
Bu of Till0" "
BI-CARBOMTl OP SODA.
e guarantee it not only far suoerior to any other
American make, bnt even purer than the best New
CaaUe or English Soda.
HAHCr AOTUBID T THB
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
( PITTSBURGH, PA.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
r. S. HBFABD. ' O. HOBIOBK.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
m a. IHEPABD HAVING FORMED
lea partnership with G. H0KIGER. for th
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
WO. 16S SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their, friends and the
pUOlie generally w can ana ex.uuue uiviruL-viuu
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
rhilHrnn'n Hoots and 8boe. this day received di
rect from the Kast. and which they are n .w offering
tor sale on the most reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
' CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solioit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street.
81 EPARO a HOK1GKK.
Columbus. O. Bept. M. 1888. dtf
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Gr B OOE It t
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' and dealer in '
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REECE & QUINN,
Came and Oysters.
Abo. all kinds of Country Produce. uch ai But
tor. Eggs, Chickens, Turkey. Ac,
' No. 3S West Broadway,
' . COLUMBUS. OBIO.
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daily. aa All foods purchased delivered to any
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is well known to the business community.
' Employing, as we do. none but the
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of the
LATEST ana CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
Blanks of aU kinds.
"IN FACT, ..
EVERY KIM) OF JOB PRIMING
Weeded by the business public
We also keep on band a larger stock of .
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Bouse in the city such as
Super Royal, - Medium,
Demy, Crewa Cap, .
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Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as we
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NEVINS & MYERS,:
SO, SS 40 Worto7IHrh Street,
G. Blynn ) Court of Common Pleas
vs ot t -
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) Franklin county. !.
(In partition.) j
IN PDRSUANCEOF ANORDEROF SALE IX
the above stated case, to me directe 1, 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the court house, in the
tlt ri7il,.mKi,AiF"X -v x. ,
atutday; the-28Siav of NovemberM.D.
at S o'clock P. M. of aaii the following de
Bribed real estate, situate in Franklin oounty. State
of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number one(l) of a subdivision of ontlots of
the city ot Oolumbus, numbers ntty-nine (!),
sixty (60) and sixtr-one (61), n ade by Samuel Me
dary, as per plat thereof recorded in book 18, page
634 of the records of deeds of id county, being
the same premise, oopvyed to William Blynn by
1 ho"is S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 23d, A.
Terms of Hale One-third cah on day of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third in two years
thereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
me premises soia.
Appraised at $12,000. j
Printer's fees I3 75.
UEOKUE H. EARHART. sheriff.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy,
J. W. BALuwfcr. Att'y.
rr- y cK-ontwtd
Isadore Frey )
Court of Common
Pleas of r rauklin
Christopher Jkneewater et al.l oounty
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
in the above stated case from said court to me
directed, I will offer for sale at public auctl n at
tbe door of the court house, in the city ot Colum
bus, on " - - 1 "
Saturday, tbe 19th (lav of December, A. D.
at 1 o'clock P. M.. the f llowina described proper
ty. to-wit: Situate in the county of Franklin and
Mt.ta of Ohio, to-wit:
I .ot No. six (6) of John Short's subdivision of lot
N. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to the city of
Columbus, Uhio, salt premises conveyed to said
Chris'npher Kneewater by John G, McdiiQey and
WHO. UOfU U.'WI UWUU dH.U.ll?
Appraised at J240.
Printer's fees 11 "0 i
GEO'. H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull, Deputy.
J. G. McGuFrET, Att'y.
novl7-wtd&dlt r x
Newell P. Mix, ) Court of Common Plea
Michael Engel et al.l Franklin county.
XN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
1 the above stated case from said court, to me
directed, I will Dberfor sale at tbe door of tbe court
house, in the city oi commons, on
Saturday, tbe 2sth (lav of November, A. D.
at I o'clock P. M., tbe following described real
tbe south half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' add tion to tbe eity of Columbus, Ohio, as
per recorded plat thereof recorded in plat record
No. 1, page 175, being tbe same premises conveyed
to said Macdalena fcnsel by Noah Vi iggins. by deed
dated May Kith. A. I), low.
A ppraised at -'41 68.
Printer's fees til 00.
: ' GEORGE H. EARHART.
, ' , ' '. Sheria and Master Commissioner.
v By J. S. Bull, Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. ocl24-dltlwtd
Administratrix's Sale of
XII PirRSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE
1 Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio. I
will offer for sale, at publio auction, on
Wednesday, the asrl day of De
cember, A. 1). 186S,
' ; i r i, - 1 .'
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, noon the Premises, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate In the city of
Columbus, county ot x ranmin ana state oi unio,
Being the north half (N hi) of fraction No. 3 and
lot Ho. 4, commencing 31 feet from tbe soutbweu
corner of fraction number three and lot No. 4 in
Sonth Colnmbna. and from thence north 78 desrees.
east 1MX feet to an alley: tbence with the west
line of said alley m.rtb lit degrees, west 81 H. feet;
thence a westerly direction and parallel with tbe
first line r7J feet to the east line of Front street;
tbence a southerly direction and with the east line
of r nt street 31V feet to the place of beginning.
Deing the nortn nan oi said lot mo. in said irac
tion No. 3
Annraiftftd at 1.300.
Terms of Sale One-half cash in hand, and the
other one-half in one y- ar from tbe day f sale
wit interest, the deferred payment to be secured
DV mort&aKn nDun idc preuiisBB biuii.
CATHARINE E. SILBERNAGLE.
Administratrix of Adam Silbernacle, dee'd.
Wi L. HlYL,her Att'y. . . no81-dltw4w
[From the Scientific American.] Probate Notice---Settlement of
THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN
filed in tbe Probate Court of Franklin countv,
Ohio, for settlement, and will be tor bearing on
Tuesday, December 15th, A. D. 166ft. to-wit:
The first account of John Lisle, executor of Per
cival Adams, deceased; first account of Catherine
E. Siibernasle, administratrix of Adam Silberna
gle. deceased; second account of Henry Kidenour,
administrator if John Ridenour, dtceased; second
accounts of Austin Funk, gnardian f ''i arlotte,
George W., Edaard A. and Wesley H. Timmons;
third accounts of Susannah Kramer, guardian of
Amanda, Samnel K. aoid Mary A. Kramer; third
acsouiits of John Bouman-, puardian of Absalom.
Abraham and Klizabeth Good; third account of A.
C. Hanes. administrator of E. A. Stanlev. deceas
ed; final acoount of A. W. Graham, administrator
of E. F. Maloney, receased; final accr.unt of John
Van Yorx. executor of James Harris, deceased;
final account of K. W. Pe.z. auardian of William
Westervelt; final ocountof Jacob Bowman, guar
dian oi bean Good, and the anal account ot Jonn
G. McGutley, guardian of Laura Medary.
JOHN M. PCGH,
Colnmbus. 0., Nov. 17. 1663. Piobate Judge.
Window Glass Warehouse.
BENJAMIN E. SH0EMA.1EE,
IHom. SOS, 907, 3y & 311 I. -4 lit Si
French and English Window Glass.
Frer.ch Piste Glass for Windows.
French Looking Glass Plates.
Hammered Plate Glass for Skylights.
' Floors. u
Colored and Ornamental Churoh Glass.
Flute I U ass-for Oonservatories,. every size and
tnickness. -f ;
By the Original Case. Box, or Single Light.
Square or cut to any Irregular Shape.
Licensed by the Udited states AuthoritiesJ
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRT and FANCY GOODS. SILKS, WO"LENS,
COTTONS, CARPETINGS. BOOTS and
SHOES. SILVER PLATED WARc,
WATCHES, SEWING MACHINES.
CUTLERY. AS.. Ao..
To be sold at the average price of tl.OO Eaclx.
Our commissions for elnbs exceed those of other
etabluhinents. and our goedsar warranted to give
satisfaction. Clubs of I'ea and uowarda receive
articles valued at from 3 to' aiOO. New Circu'ar
and full particulars sent free. re. Is t LoliD,
Irj Ala t sju,, iO Hanover tit., Boston,
A NEW PRICE LIST-
Is issued this month by the
mm & mm mm co
and will be sent, post paid, to every applicant, con
taining announcements of
NEW STYLES OF ORGANS,
HEW l.VKTl lions',
Four-Octave Organ, Solid Walnut Case. $50.
' Five-Octave Double Reed Organ, Fire Htops,
Solid Walnut Case, carved and nanelled. BI2B.
Other styles at proportionate prices. Warero ms,
154 Tremont street, Boston; 586 Broadway, New
York. novi7-4t-r mv
ASA CROMER. WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Soussn Cromer did, on the 21 day of Novem
ber, 1668. file herpetition in the office of the Clerk
of tbe Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
oounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
tbe sail Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last pa? t. and
asking that sbe may be divorced from said Asa
Cromer, andthat she be allowed reasonable alimn
m.wt ioh petition will stand for hearing at the
next term of said court.
Dated Noren.ber 4th. 1868.
By W."A. Pubtlbbauoh, her Att'y. nov3-6w
-VTOTICB ISHLKEBT GIVES TO THE
X V holders of tbe outstanding notes ot the Mer-
enjnts Bang ot naasuion, and all otners conoerned
that in pursuance to tbe provisions of the 4l?t sec
tion of the charter of said Bank, that application
will be made to the Auditor, Treasurer and Secre
tary of Stale to surrender the Bonds deposited to
secure tbe circulation ot said Dang alter the expi
ration of six months from this date.
S. HUNT. Cashier.
HasBillon, May 18. 1868. u5-w6m
- "- "" WtSTBBH Bbsbuvb Bahi,(
Wabkin, Ohio, August 19, iset. -
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
Xl holders of the outstanding notes of the late
w estern rteserve tun., aud te an other parties in-tere-ted.
that after tbe expiration of six months
from this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der to said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) section of an act entit ed
"An act to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies," passed February
' " H.B.PERKINS. President.
M. B. Tatleb, Cashier.
August 19, lo63. aoe28-w6m
COUNT V BOtHD SCHOOL KXAJII.
NEKS' MEETINGS.- The Board of Wobool
Examinersof Franklin countv rreet at the Probate
Court Room on th last l- riday and Saturday o
each month in the year. Also, n he second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring ui fall months,
Of our ONE DOLLAR 8AXE has- caused such
. ' j tin,; ..i' . A A- , 'J' 1:: i i- ;
That in order to" supply the demand 'occasioned by
our constantly inert asing patronace. we have re
cently made importations lor tbe Fall Trade, direct
from European Manufacturers. ,;t. ,
Amounting to Nearly $500,000,
So that we are prepared to sell every description
of Dry and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery .Watches, Albums, Jewelrj. Ac., of belter qual
ity tban any ether concern in tbe country for the
uniform price of ONE DOLLAR FOK hACH AR
TICLE. The bestof Boston and New'Tork refer
tnaea given as to the'reliab.lity of our house, and
that our business is conducted in the fairest and
most legitimate manner possible,' and that we
give greater value for the money than can be ob
tained in any other way. All Goods' damaged ,r
broken in transportation replsced without charge.
Checks describing artioles fold sent to agents in
Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
every ar:irli to cost Ions thm if bought at any Bos
ton or New Yurkx W holesale House. . , -
Our Commissions to Agents
Exceed those of everr other establishment of the
ki d, proof of this can be found in oomparing our
premiums with those of others for Clubs of the
same sise. in addition to which we claim to give
better goods of the same character- We will send
to Asents freeof oharge. - " ; -r'
For a Club op 30 and Thbeb Dollars l dos.
good linen Shirt Fronts; l set Solid bold Stud.:
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large size: 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 36 yards
brown or bleached S- aeting, stood quality, yard
wide; I elegant 100 Picture Morooco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 Ooable lens Stereoscope an lx Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated ensraved t- bottle Castor; I
elegant Silk ran. with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory balanced-handle;
1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: 20 yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover: 1 pair best quality Ladies' Serge Ci.ngress
Boots; 1 dosen fine Linen T'.wela; K dozen Rogers'
best Silver Dessert Forks: 1 Ladies' larse real Mo
rocco Traveling; Baff; 1 fancy Dress Pattern. X
dosen elegant Silverplated engraved Napkin Rings,
1 dozen Ladies' "fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' hisb cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box eomplete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
Fob a Club of 50 ano Five Dollars 1 black
or colored lpacca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Biankets; Engraved Silver
plated 6 Dottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Cassimera, for Pa .ts and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
decant Satin Paras d, heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf -Boo s; 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleached Sheeting,
fard wide or 40 yards Ji yards wide, spod quality; 1
adies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain Norwich Pool in Dress Pat
tern, IX yards double width eioth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
Fob a I lub or loo and Tkn Dollars 1 rioh
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to match; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en-
Eared Ice Pitcher; very fine all Wool Cloth for
adies' Cloak; 1 wen very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; 7X yards fine Cassimere for
suit, 1 eegant Poplin Dress Pattern; 1 elesant
English Berage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Berace Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Korks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-case
Watch; 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing MaobiDe;
Splendid Family Bible, ateel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages; 25 yards good Hemp
Carpeting, good colors; 1 pair good Marseilles Quilti
1 good 6 barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 sinsle barrel Shot Gun; 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut giaas bot
tles; 1 ver. fine V iolin and 3ow. in cas ; 1 set ivory
balanoed Knives and Forks. - '
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the save
3 Send Money by Registered Letter. ...
at" end for our new Fall Circular.
J9" Catalogue of Goods sent to any address fbbb
I' 4 It It i: It Al CO,
Nos B8 and 100 Summer street, boston,
OHIO SAW WORKS.
Patent Ground. Circular Saws,
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND AND RIP- SAWS.
Repairing Carbfullt and Promftlt Done.
WOODBOGVH ; JncrAKLlN,
u..,;M . ) Hamilton, Ohio, and
lactones. 1 939 t S40 West 7th St., Cincinnati, O,
Wsrt-onse. Vi A 14 Vest 2d stroeL Cincinnati, O.
6SSD FOR PRICE LIST. to 8rp5-3(u
We are eonstantlypurcnasing for cash io the New
York and Boston Markets, all kinds of
DRV AND FANCY GOODS'. SILKS. CO TTONS
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW
1NG MACHINE.-. CUTLE'Y. DRESS
GOODS, LOMES11U GOODS. .
Which we are actually selling at an average price
of One Dollar for I-.acli Article. Uur
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade much
larger tbantbat of any itber similar concern, en
ables us to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed of any other house.
Are especially invited to give us a trial.
Sknd por a Circular and Exchange Liar.
Our club system c.f se ling is as lolluws: Fort?
send ao patent pen fountains and checks describing
20 different articles to te sold for a dollar each; 4u
for 4: 60 tor 6; loo for $10. 4,. j,nt by mad.
Cnmmiiena larger than those cfertd by any other
firm, accoiding to size ot club. Single lountain
and check. 10 cents. Male and female agents want
ed. fceil iloney In Hcsriatcred l etters.
Send us a trial club, and ou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
EASTMAN A KEVDAt L.
65 Hano.er street, Boston, Mui
THB PLACE TO BUY
Kerosene Chandelic s.
Bracket. Hall and Table Lamm.
Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
The newest and best kinds ot Burners, Chimneys,
Wicks, or amthing in tbe Lamp line, for lighting
cnurcnes, nans or uwe. lines, is at
MoUENRY & CO.'S Deoot.
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 163 Main street,
"' ' Cincinnati.
Ball Lights. ' ' ;
Window Reflector Light,
. . --- Smoke Bails,
vi anytning in ine uas r ix-ure line, is at
McHENKY A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanised), ,
Cast-iron Soil Pipe,
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe, '
- Malleable and Cast-iron Fittings,
. Steam Valves, Stop Cocks, ;
. - Gas. Service, and
M eter Cocks, Ac, Ac,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at
McHKNKY & CO.'S Depot,
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps.
Lift and Force Pumps,
Beer Humps, (harden Pumps, Ac,
Bath Tubs, Closets,
W ash-stands. Wash Trays,
Bath Boilers. Kink.
Ao., Ac. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at eastern prices, at
McHENRY CO.'S Depot.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw-cuttinsr Machines. Ktot-ka ant Tlit-a liptll.
Reamers and Taps, Patent Pip Cutters, Pat
ent, anu wroiuary ripe longs, fipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Flyers. Gas Fitters' An
gers. Chisels. Ac, Ac. Everything in the above
line aiwata on nanoaua lor tale at the mamuaetur
er's tra-te -rates- at
Flo. SEastFoarth & 163 fflain Street,
o CTl-sep30-w3m - ClireiNSATI.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
T WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
X ERT r in the cit of Columbns, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, the county sest of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pa, tbe difference, if
uj. -,..u. 1 u, iauu la situate at me corner 01
cross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich lmd, and well tim
bered with walnnt. ash, sugar- tree and spice buscb
A good bargain will be given. ,,
S. W. ANDREWS.
Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
DR. H. O. HELMIOK
CHIVES SHKCIAC ATTENTION TO
T th. trnatment of diseases of Pemalea. Th.r.
are many ladies in every community whoare afflict
ed with what is tented female weakness. . Dr.
H.imink has discovered a remedy that is warrant
ed t j cure the most severe cases, no matti-r how
lone 8tan.ll. g. uauies onn consult the Doctor at
bin othceor by mail, on ail diseases neculi.r m thai.
sex. The strictest privacy observed in all oases
Offioe No. 16S North High street, Cvlumbut, Ohid.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
j y- s.-cii !iii
:. M'i. - . -t. r-,.. ; .:. i
-i. i i ;i,tjtn . ,:i A '
Three Trains Leave Colnmbtia (Union
Jepot), xrail y (Sunday sxvepted.)
" ' 3:23 A. ' M. 1 NIGHT EXPRESS." arriving at
Zanesville at 6:13 A. M.; Bellair at 1030 A. M .
Baltimore at AdU AM.; Washington City at 505
A. M. 1
i l i.i linii'i -i ill . i' i 'ti'. i " ii :M :
li:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Jrriviig
at Zanesville at 1:30 P. M : Bellaire at 5:10 P. M.;
Baltimore at 8 20 A- Al Washington City at
A-M-: .i . ; - :.-,.-: :, ; . !
8: 15 P. M. EXPRESS M ATL. Rrriringat Zanee
. villr at 4:55 P..M-: Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. 11.; Washington City at 5:45 P. M.
. a These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in sdvance of all other route to Baltimore and
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
- Passenger, holding . through tickets to Eastern
. cities have the privilege of . i . ;. ,
Visiting VWasnxngton City Free.
- . , ; . . . . -. : i -:
No Change of Cars atOhio River
Aak For TICKETS Tia RF.L.L.AIR.
JNO L. WILSON.' Master of Transportation
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'i Passenger Agt.
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE ONLV INriLLIBLE HEtKIIT.
1 Can be sriven with or without the knnwlediro
of the patient. Dr Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, its Consequences aod Cure," free on ap
plication. Price of Spcoifio -per bottle, $150, cr
tnree oottiea ior g4.w. .
- Aug. : J. Is o Ii ii ell ox-,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer.-Columbus. O
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
sepl7-dT&8&wly .. . ,
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aei-.
ditjr of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.
Prepared by Seward & Bentlbt,
Druggists, Bufiilo, N. Y. Sold by aU
S. t. oAMLEL A Co., Wholesale Agents
Ttie Grtkt Medicine fbr Abe Ski a. mrcs
without flail, every kind or nn
ilftitly eruption or the AwCe,
or tteh In lrrlfcjadn, or
eUstretwlnv cnUneoiu .
Ueiase on any part
of the person.
"17 ha nearly rrHrrnt me of that martifyfng erup
tion, and I ttm vow looking quite like a man," write)
Charle K. NoliK Gener.il Agent of Mich. Ccutrul
- K. ii., 173 Branilwity, N. Y.
We find it an iucaJnable remedy for Tetter, elc.,"
write Iligley Broft., Uruggists, Fairfield, lowm.
' hnre tried yamr vnhtnttle remedy far Barber!
Itch tcith fjrt'it M-ce," writes O. W. L)umout, of "
lAeomiiister, 31 ass.
Bend for circular. Price, 75 eta. And $1.00.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O
For sale by Druggists generally.
ept21 -deodtt wlj
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH
IVRKV fllAPI HIS OWJI -ssJst;s"l.
Li Hollowa.'s Pills and Hollowar's Ointment
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Kowels The
. Stomach is the great center which influences tbe
health or disease of the system abused or debili
tated by excess indigestion, offen3ive bie ith and
physical prostration are the natural consequences.
AliinH to th. hr.in. it ia the source ef headaches.
mental depression, nervous compltints and uore
treshin; sleep. The Liver becomes affected and
generates bilious disorders, pains in the fide, Ac.
T e Bowels sympathise by Costiveness, Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. Toe principal action of these Pills
is on the stomaoh, and the liver, lungs, bowels and
kidneys participate in their recuperative and re
generative operation. Erysipelas and Salt Rbeum
are two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on t"is continent. 10 tnese toe uint
m.nt. is AanMMRllv antagonistic Its ''modus oper
andi" is first to eradicate tbe venom and then com
plete the cure. Bad Legs, Old Sores and Ulcers,
cases of many years standing, that hare pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
treatment have invariably suooumoea to a tew ap
nl!n.tionfl nf this nnwerf ul nneuent. Ernotioca on
' the Skin, arising from a bsd state of tbe blood or
obrooic diseases, are eradicate), ana a clear and
transnarant snrface resained by the restorative ao-
tion of tbi Ointment. It surpasses many of the
cosmetics and other toilet aprliances in. power
to dispel rashes and other d-sfigurements of the
face, r emale Complaints, wheth r in the young or
old. married O" Binsle, at tbe dawn of wo-nani ood
or tbe turn of life, these tonic medicine.' display s
decided an influence that a matked impmvementis
soon perceptible in tbe health of the patient.
ing a purely vegetable preraiatioo, they are a safe
and reliable remedy for all classes of Females in
every condition of health and station ot life. Pi le
ant! Fistnla Every form and feature of thes prr v
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated locall
and entirely by the use of this emolient; warm fo
mentations should precede its application. Its
he&lins qualities will be found to be thorough and
Both the Ointment and Pi Is should ha used
the following cases: ,.,., . ,
Bunions, Burns. Chspped hsnds. Chilblains, Fis
tula. Gout. Lumbago. Mercurial Eruptions, flies,
' Rheumatism. Ringwoi-m. Salt Rheum. .Scalds,
Skin Diseases. Swelled Glanils. Sore Legs. Sore
Breasts, Sore Heads. Sore Throats Sores of all
kinds. Sprains. Stiff Joints. 1 etter. Liners, Ve
nereal Sores. Wounds of all kinds.
CAUTION 1 one are genuine unless rbo words
"Hollowav, New 1 okk and London " are dis
eernable as a Water-mark in every leat of the book
of directions around esch pot or box; the same may
be plainly seen by holding the lea to the light. A
handsome reward will beg yen to any one render
ing suoh information as may lead to the detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting the medi
cines or vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious. . . . : , . .
mw Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway. '0 Maiden Lane. New York, and bv all rev
spec table Dru:sist and Dealers in Medicine
thmnsboutt ecivilized world.
, 3 There is considerable saving by taking th
larger sizes. I
N. B- Directions for the guidance of patients in
every disorder are affixed to eaoh pot and box.
to- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nbw
.Coi'BSB op Lectukeh. as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
jects: Howtoliveand what to live for; Youth,
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.
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing SECRETARY. Nbw
VOHK wcgBITaT OF ANATOMY AND SCIENCE. 61g
Bboadwat Nkw York. VKT-febS8-dly
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RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
1T-i.JT v . EXCEPT SCNPAY. ,
From. Columbus, in connection with Trains on th
Little IHiarni Az CoIuriiDSU '' Xeailsi
, Ballroaas,' '''"-. - ,1
SIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at" 1:10
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, Gilead.
Gallon. CresUine,- holby.'.Sbloh. Sew London.
it5B A.M. ViH stop at all wj fUtions. ThU
train starU frnia th. l7;BLw t-..' T
i,W Jii.1,EXI,RK8-Laava. Columbus at
11:10 A. M. ill stoiUialaware.Ashley.Carding
tpn,(Ga,ioa. Craetlina, Shelby, New Lonjou. Wel-
..n5 u BS t ITi t Cleveland
at 3:6r p m.. New York next day nt Vi M -
MAIL AND EXPJlEj- Leave. Columbuf;tt:4(
P. -M. - Wjllr stop at ,Worthir;gton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Sheibv and Shiloh
New London, WelKnaton, Ijraftonan'd Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at:S0 P. M.. New York T:i5 P.M.
Paesensers.for FoTC Wayne aod Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at
6:0P M.. arrive-in Fort Wayne at 11:50 p. M.,
Ch cago at 6:00 A. M." being ia advance of all oth
er rout's, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the VV est
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbns at S:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3A1 P. M.; Springfield
tit P. M. This train leaves Sprinsrfield at 19 A..
M., arrives at Delaaraxeai. 90S A. JL.; Columnar.
10:40 A. M , ,-T.-.ii..7-7-i
Pa tent Sle-rpljatr Can ar t-uss oa a i
Nlgnt Trains ta CfakMSato, ,
Mew lark and
- "-Boslea., j-rr.
. '" Baggaga checked through to New York and
Hn,l.n via fi.v.l.nJ . .. 1 .A Dl,:i.j i
New York, via Crestline.
Nisht Express arrives at Columbns at 1:45 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus ati:
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at ii P.M. r
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus
at 10:4v A. M.. , t . ., , ...
Fare aa Low aa br any otWer Hoiite.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT. - : r
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
, . -Agent, Colnmb s, Ohio,
i Columbns. Nov. SS, 1868.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
i ' . ,. -i I I v -.. .;
On an after MONDAY. Nov. 3J. lata, FOl' R
. TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus. !
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN
' DIANAP0LI8 a CHICAGO. '
Withou (change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
- MOND, and only one change of ears te IN -.
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. (
: Connections ar reliable as follows m!.-,-!
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). '
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati. Cirelevillf-
taaeaster, Hillsboro and ChiUieothe; stops at Lon
' don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lpvaland. arriving a
Cincinnati at Ifio a- m.
' - ; f; I -
., BECOND TRAIN. . ,,.
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 8:00 A. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Sjma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon. Fosters.' Lovelanil. Milford. ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boats.
r: THIRD , TRAIN, '
(Daily except Sundays.) ..t. r
leaves at 1U5 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield, via Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati at
6:30 P. .M. . 1 .. .wij' 1 - , . ..
FOURTH TRAIN. 1
' (Daily except Sundays.) .
I leaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Davtea and
. SpringGeid via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston. Selma,
Ce.-iarville. JCenia. Morrow and LoveiaBd, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M.
Sleeping; Car an all Night TTralae,
, HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agnt
JOHN DtJRAND, 1 1
.W.'on'T1'114, Wi- "
Gepl Ticket AgU ; v.?
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shorlei.t Koulc Weat Way
Change ofCars to Chicasro, Peoria
aad Indiaanpolhi. "-
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Co
lumbus, as follows : -4
6.i A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS Snndsy
eJ excepted.) Arrives at Milford 4 00 A. M.;
l rbanaS:6t A. M.; Piqua 10:05 A. M : Lima.13.-01
P. M- Toledo 3:45 P. M-; Detroit 6:10 P. M
. Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo
Detroit 3 hour, ahead of any other rout
101 A p- M- DAY EXPRESS (Sundays ex
l.lU eepted.) Arrives at Urbana tio P.- M.t
Piqua 8:55 P. 41.; Bradford Junction 3:15 P. M.:
Kicbmond 4:35 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:3 P. M., Lo
aansport 00 P, M.; Poor a 825 A. M Galeaburg
8:45 A. M.; Bur ingtoo. Iowa. 1IKS A. M : Louis
villel:30 A.M.: Terre Haute II P. M Mattoon
iOo A. M ; Cairo 4.-40 P. M.; Pane 821 A. u - Al
ton 7:00 A. M.; St. Louis 80 A. M.; Lafavette
110 P. M.; Springfield, Illinois, 6:30 A. M.: Uuin
cy IS:45 P M.; Keokuk :0O P. M.
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next
mornins 2 lion r. ahead, and f-r points west
of St. Louis ONE TRAIN IN ADVANCE of
all other routes. - ' ' ; i)-.; .
5 .OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX-
i-U PRESS (Sundays exoeDted.) Arrives at
Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Loginsport 3:05 A. M.; Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 25 A. M.: Terrs Haute
5:35 A. M-- Evansville P, M.; Uattooa 88 A.
M.; Pana 105 A. M.; Alton 1.40 P. M.; St. L"uis
Iris P; M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Sprinefield. Ills.
:05 P. M.iQuincy 7;20 P. M.: Keokuk 8.46 P. M.
Louisville 7:45 A. M : Nashville 6 -JO I'.M ; Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 6iW A. M.; Detroit if J
NEW AND ELEGANT
. Sleeping '"Cars,
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
S17 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGS.- 1
Arriving at St. Louis IO hanra and Louisville
8 hour ahead of any other route.
tO.AK A- M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
1 dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicaao.- Arrives atLocansDort8& A. 11. ? P.nri.
6;16 P.M.: Chicaao 10 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute 100 A.M.; Evansville 10.-00 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M : Csiro 4:15 A. M.: Pana BOS P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
ette 1:30 P. M.-. Louisville 4.30 P. M Nashville
40 A.M., Memphis 3:16 P. M. -
Passengers by this train resch St. Louis 4K. and
Chicago 6 hour ahead of any other
: route.. -.,-.
State Boom Sleeping- Car
RUN IN THIS TRAIN . v
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE. . ,,
fT Call for Tickets via Logan sport or Richmond
Tickets for sale at Unit and Piqua Depots,
Columbns. and at all principal Railioad yket
Offices. y CHA N DLER, Gehl Tieket Agent.
J. M. LUNT, General Superiotenden
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
, PAH HANDLE ROUTE, a
ui and alter June 39th. 1HB train, win rwn a
Leave. N. I . Express
S:1S P. M.
3:50 P. M.
iaao p. M.
40 P. M.
6.-20 P. M.
70S P. M.
13:30 P. M,
45 P. M.
.20 A. M.
.11.10 A. M..
1:25 A. M.
6:00 A. M.
6:45 A. M.
Washington... 6M0 A. M. -
U,.tnn ... S-00 P. M.
120 P. M.
'. E'egant sta'e room sleeping cars on all night trains.
On the Fast Line tbe celebrated "Silver Palace'
day and nisht cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New 1 ork without chanse.
. A" Passengers by the 2:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered. - ' . i
S. F. SCULL.
Genl Ticket Agt. Steubenville. O.
- W. W. CARD, Superintender t, teubenville, O.
H. B. BROOKS,
Ticket Agent, Columbus. 0.
JOHN B.PETERS. Agent, Columbus. O. . .
PASSAGE TO AKD FBOlrl CHEAT
BriUin and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ina Packet, bv weekly lines, streduoed rate. TAP-
SCOTT BROS.A CO.. 8 South street.. aw
York, continue to issue Passage liekets. available
or twelva -months, fnm 'oodon, Liverpool, or
Queenstown. and DrafU, rvable an demand, fog
any amount, from XI ardopward. . -BAILEY
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