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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
.tLwu-mncy. mf. uior wi
Showing the arrival and departure of tretae et
,n,bas,' Ohio. On and after Monday. .Nov. 331,1
Its tT?riwiUran as follows1 . ; .' " ;
, Cleveland.. Crimku Cln'tl B. ft.1 1 j
L..o.- ;f ..... .t ...n,-,.. iBAV; "aKBTVuB,
If. Y.A Westers Express.. 1:10 A.M. i V A. Mi
W mrVtirtFTi 1 :"P. M.!
Mail mV.pretn,tl.r..,J:! JW?,??S f- M'i
Bpriogfiftld A-oeom.T
bis
,10:45 A.M.'
VTkU tralrrteeves Sunday morning not .Monday.
, JAMES PATTERSON imt.
tUttt AiHd 3emmBnsAr. Xenia R.B.
' ' ' MAVft.' ' ' T.:
JTieMETPraaa 80 A, M 1KW A.M'
Otnoinnetl Aeeotatnodetiea. WXi.'M.I PcM.i
TTJJTi'-''. .-'. H- H- Sbws,1 Agent.
MUMN aVOlslo Rllraa, Central'
9.11 r?W4J ' VtSAY... . AB.RTVB. !
LightriTOg . Bxprew.J.-.:H i. M. v ,M P. M.
!T..irv.t "-ii- A. JJ.-j Smith, Aeat.. ;
OaUakaa, Cklcti ud lediana Cea-
Fight kptii.i;i"'Ai-s A. ; f A. M.
Toledo EgpTSs.:......-.-. W A.M. ' ! Pi M.
Western Express P. M. 75 P. U
DKljrHI-.....Miik.. 111 P. M-.UiOO A. H.
-ni ;,-.,.. -t- . 6.A. HlIA, Agent..
aaaaakr. InTansf lelst HewxH JUB. '
tTnlM leave Sintk andArriTaas follow '
3tes-:i"r:i a.-: iS 8: ;
yiin.;t i:;Ii.. - A. W.Jiwib.4b.t
rillananlui riTiwwT-l 4fc . . A-sals
wOrtnil. I ja.4"''"'! ! f- I
--'f!tf.,f.-: I t lMA.T9.,'XKRTrM.
W.w Tork Ezpran." S:15 A. M. ltM Midi
a..i .Ll t.nM. in P.M.) . M:5 P. M.
lknniflAa A MflinBOdlUfiBl fi 0 A. M. rt0 P. M.!
. w IwtiipwmiiitiV,, AU.piijr train.
j
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.a, ut tmi-JoBm B. PxTua Agent x
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
JSMSSS.
Tntnutr Mails
na.
A. H. r. M.
via . MwiMDTiui . ana
THMournn.
U9
18 J itMf
TJOi
Suni Way Hails, V. C.
Borthwest. via FL W. 4
CV. O.C.C. B. B.
Chiceto. via O. P. A 1. V.
.... .KiM
1
tat-;..i';,
C.AC.B. B-..
UlM. ,....'! 4:15.
Utti Miami R.B.11W ( t""; . jiVw
Km
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tM Miami BJ B-l-WaW
V O. K. R . Newark.
Zaomrine A Wfaaliat. )fT'
C. O. B, War ....... .....i
C- . Ai.Throigii an
Wat ;...." e-.t.
7J0
13:30 T2B
T;30
Vae'
A M
roramwiu. ......
. saeaster. Obi.. .Saw T ....
Mta7rNatiillkd.?nM. i
Mt. Veraoa Wa?. Weter- H A )i ;;
rill. A....-..'-j.. ICO - r
. tonTille..-... ;...!...' H
WacbiactMiCJIViaHar-l
arriTea Mojaaya nea
Steam TeeHj. Tliur-
A.m Ktard&Tfl....
Centre Villa. (&iTweek-
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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER.
oiTTthAte made psrtty thorough xatia-j
inationof the style ol-uress goods lately,
evceived bi ear dealers. Jaa-Nanghfion,,
GllcbrisWGray & CoMand A. C. Headley &
Co , bare all received lately large additions::
4o their stocks Mr. Freeman)f the later1
firm, has just returned from ew !Xork:
fwith-several BoveUies, amongrtbem. we.
Jrand cbaueable velvet called , glace, pfj
,tweolerS) ol which, one 1, always black,;
thn: black and orange blaek, andj green,;
bia k and crimsooblack and golden;
brOWIUr .ref-rninirc 07biH j
j Bibtoed-velvwtioju-acot fe, self-eoered,
11 dar tints erimson green, ;blue, and,
dark greenish gray, -A 4 r.v .2 r - iV " i
t tSpeckled; velvet, velcntra- pointOU or rich,
-efewr&i speckled, ajt over with tiny black r
'.dots, tje effect of this la very brilliant.. 1
' Drop telourt. thick velvet sorof& cloth,;
Teryofkan warm, In all colors.' , ,
hi.Irap;cbejaBLre., as fine ana soft as Cash-i
acre, as thick and durable aa cloth.' ..
-p.Drap Mootpeasier. a thinner, material,'
hot also x I very good, ' quality. All these'
'jnaterialr are used .both .lor faletoU and.
tfpraoraplete costnmes. ; '.' . . f '
"in silks there are also new andjbeautiful;
jlabriea,, Jirst. satia-de-Lyon, yerj rthlckj
but not shining like real satin. ' I
r. etriptd satin lor dresses and UBdersklrts.!
jibe larger etrlpea. lor kirt only.. ''. " i
. f Glace, i ohaneableu.ancLy jatriped lace .
Hk ;,...j hv.. vuSlT'fr'
- In (bese as In velveU, . find, cloths, dark i
colors are preferreU'' ' - . i
riaidtartaa usjbmI jmnw.niep, logetner
JtritJla elot wr erge ,fpr demiil-
lars and mantelets," but through ; hew;
Snlni of iarhion. almost all the. hew man-;
eg are tight-fitting casaqnet. ,' ' ' .-1
Paletots of black satin are entirely lined j
with squirrel fur. which shows very little;
beyond the edge. ..Tbererho 'trimtnlngf
Ki,t a. at nf vomarVftiil v 'tw.Bnt.lfnl tinttnnft. !
,whlch are real iewels, in enamel and ,6xy-
dised silver. The button itself U generally
. of black or dark blue enamel, with a pat-l
te.n ie aijvejaykpite-lifl.cown ot otherj
emflem. ' ."' f' .' i ) 1
Complete costames Are made of dark blue,
cloth. .Thefinderskrtla, trimmed with a;
de-p plaited flounce, the dress is looped up .
luLdraped Into large puffs, and the jle-.
.tot has a : (matt ' belerine, rounded off ini
front, -t:- s.'. I
r F' ofefsy I611ets; the Regenee' costume
is that preferred.; ' It consists of a dres' and
.paletot of xel vet,'nd aa underskirt of satin i
This la very pretty eitherIn black or In;
any ot the fancy velvets we have -men-;
tioned. . i-i...iw... j
Tbe " paleiot" Is bf various shapW.' ' One
falls loose, down theTrtmt and back, remain
Jfl Qlilte open at tbe sides, snowing a wide
'satin - sash.' '1th? trimmed With ' a doable
)ronleah oi satin and the ends ef tbe falling
' tappets are edged with deep fringes v. -, ,
"'" A "cbstnme of changeable velvet,: black
Wiot "wtth - gold color. Is the composed i
nght-flttrng' paletot, the basqulne gathered
'tn puff under1 velvet lapels, which come
"rlown 'froul the round waistband. These
Mapelr,' there -are two on either; aide, are
'irdged with- fringe and-piped -with satin.
There are similar lapels upon the shoulders
1 and at the bottom of the sleeves, and also
rpon the ekrrt. to raise It into puffs tike the
. paletot. The edge ot the paletot Is trimmed
with a double bordwof black lace.
With MV'these"Telvet dress' nd pale
tots, the' Bilk or satin is made either with
' flvw or aevea very narrow flonncea, or with
one deep flounce, headed with a rucb-
'When the satin is striped, the flounces are
cut upon theerosg.'- j
The -pbrtaiaa coetame tor poplins, Hk&j
and fadcy wool and silk .material, is mad a
lilh aw ejM)etBktrtytiiiBned with three
quilled flouDoe, , Looped -a p dress. Palef
tot fitted to the -wklst with' a sash, forming
a handsome bow, with lapels behind." The
res and paletotaxe ornamented With satin
arotrleanx.-1 "'''' laj
The same stole- of-dreia and paletot are
made of finelystrlped material, wfth aplaiij
underskirt M the samd materia but with
jwytwldestripesn , ,v,.,. , , ..,rT i
For.deii-'toilette..we have the skirt abd
' eodiea of plaid tartan, the upper drees- or
paletot,pf, plain cloth or serge, dark blue,
orgteehor purple, or golden brown..
TCWurt'aTt' skirt "Is either THln,-eY
.J; rimmed with oneor two gathered flounces,
"leuf oO"' the Cross and put 'On. -with a
heading, or headed by a ruche.
8S", Ope ef the prettiest costumes of the sort
iKebaveseeo la tbb ".Tartan skirt; upper
" skirt of bine drap Montpensier, looped up
with a plaid sash! "Eight-fitting jacket of
-bine cloth, without sleeves. Tbe epaulettes
trimmed 'With deep fringe; square cut
basques; tquiire'poeket la front; piping of
plain tartan; "bow and la pels of the same at
the back. Also sleeves of the same, show
. jne eodev the fringed epaaltttesfor-. a
plaid bodice U worn nuder the cloth jacket.
Another pretty costume Is A plaid dress,
Vitn ' polonaise Of dark-colored cloth.
This polonaise has a square-cut bodice,
howinrthaer plaid. Dodice4i the up
mt paru - It is bordered with black velvet.
sieves ala Marie Therese, with a, black
velvet fluting at the elbowa. -The .cloth
aktr is draped at the back and fastened up
Bder Urge plaid bowFlald waistband
" with a large rosette at the back. 1
One of the features of the season, apart
" from the favor wltBwbicb the Scotch
" cloaks baTe-fcewwwceloVta'116 new use
ki.K oh.wla of fine Scotch plaid have
been pot d the plctareaqoe effeots- pro J
dnced Mf teem': i '' rj
Large, or long cloaks, except as wraps,
ifforu r rv directed . toward prodoclng
graceful and picturesqae effects, inH keepr
rnTwith the quaint and dalnty 8tye(the
modern walklijg d:eis. " t,;. 0
(n
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4
m ,' . .t . . ' rr. r; r l j i
mat suits of fi-on-jf rayi fcaflet1 Sfcotch
shawls are. often worn, lolded . lonsr -ana
draped as aa nA rabjLt the baelc'.'one eud
Delng thrown over the left shouiaer.
Short cloaks are' all fitted to the Azure,
and. H ef velvet: are richly and elerantlv
oraamented with) Jaee-orr-irins:. .Vlvct
cloaks- makeop,, kr ; their elaborate )
ranee, for the absence ot size: they are of
ten Jined wttl -satin aadiLqirilteii,! and
trimmed with ornaments so costly, that the
lack ifof 1 iz MJlmiaJshes .notbiusr. of The
prica; i The . best' trimmrni; for, velvet
cloaks lew undoubtedly, lacet It la always
araceful and beautiful, and has a perma
nent value that'no other style of decora-
lion cA boast. ' :.t-j. -...
':Cloth'cloak fcre S 'eootl. tJeal 'trfmmed,
but, we think, without adding much to
their Deauty. i A;iotUJ u iot Improved ny
fancy fringes and Jet gimps; the only fin
ishing' admissible consists ot braid and
galoiins, cords made , broad, ' like thick
galoons, " and ' the twilled silk bindings,
whkStV'ong' experience- has demontCrated
the. neatesv and best mounting for gentle
men,'s , cloth,, garments., .Manufacturers
have, recently discovered . something by
this, and bq&dv of the best styles of cloth
'lnaks -are Leitly and. inexpensively fin-
fshed, with several rows lot silk'galoon,'' or
graduated braid of tne heavy corded kinds.
At Mm moos' Headquarters, In the opera
rr . . t . i .1 : .! . : .
.nuuMif . new BLjriev, ur.rabuer uiuuuicitLiuiiB
. 4ii iiiv presenfc eiyiea,;are wnLinaaiijr
'received, and we are glad to see that our
, lady readers are accepting bimuaons us au
tboritv in millinery, matters.. r.m
c-We believe it is the chignon rather than
. the bonnet, which keeps lad I a' heads warm
bis winter, for the tennet is smaller than
. -ver, in spite of some attempts made in the
oeeinning or the season to lnirouuce a
;1argec aort of head-gear.. -lit:: -y- 'i
'The following are the newest and most
"elegant models ot the month. .-i
- A Medicia bonner of caroubler- red vrl-
vet, with a bandeau ol black curled eath
At. On on side leather with an aigret
f and a -red velvet flower; black lace .la-
:peW tasUued in front witti; a sprig of the
ruche
f white satin, with black lace at the back:
lappets of white satin and black lace. One
"large flower of crimson velvet with brown
tinted foliage lust above the lorehead, and
' i' hud of the same flower to fasten tbe la
bels. " -' "' ; : -' ' I
'A Diamond bonnet of green ' and blue
Trlace velvet, with a sprig ef berries, green
."frosted with blue, and foliage of the ame
tints. VelveHappett.' ' U -Jl-
A bonnet of gray velvet, arranged -In
Dlaita, with lappets ot gray velvet- edged
with white blonder -la Iron, a rosette of
gray- velvet, and qaite upon the edge a
garland of green-tinted velvet loliage. i
i. a, black velvet bonnet with a bullion of
.velvet satin in . front on one side violet
Irosted berries and loliage. Lapels of black
.lanA.. i. ... i .... , ......
And a blaek and orange glace velvet bon-
net, with shaded orange velvet Dowers and
lea ves. j Velvet lappets edgtd with black
lace..".' ! 1 . ...
In )ats,we have this tnonth besides the
Ijaassure, we tiAorieue anii toe Aiaicoa'
nt. ,.
The feabrlelle' Is vert becoming to all
faces with rather marked features. It h
made of felt or velvet,-with a large tult ot
feathers in frou :The crown is .rather
high, and the brim slightly; turned , upxtn
eitliersldc. . .
The Maicohteni'is flatter,' it has a sloping
"crowd 'and Its brim Is turned -up on bne
sidd'onfy.4 This bat Is very pretty In light
gray felt, with feathers of the same shade,
laid flat over it.-' It Is also very elegant in
blaek velvef, turned- up with colored satin,
and; with woodcock or golden, pheasant's
fMtberav.-i! n m..i '. ' --, I -'
At Clark & Farmer's, Neil House. Block
we find nothtnz new In 1ur". Almost all
cloaks for tbe winter are to be fur trimmed
at least, thoush full suits of fur and seal
skin are most popular. "Seal-skin jackets
are gradually .obtaining a vogue, but the
price is sb high that the demand is neccs
" In most cares, "the preference is given to
sets of Astrachan not tbe rongh Astra-
thah, but the glossy black ftir, which; If as
expejislvej would he considered superior to
seal-skin in "appearance. "The Astrachan
sets consist. of .sauk. or paletot and pocket
muff bnM bordered with -Mack Astrachan
fringe. Thev are very handsome, but should
hardly be purchased, excepting by persons
wbo vananora a variety oi garments.
Fur trimmed gloves for ladies and gen
tlemen are nere in great variety ana win
be worn extensively this winter."1 .
BOOK BINDERIES.
mu- 000,000
BOOKS; WANTED FOR
HAVEYOU
A UT- HOOKS.' raaeZl!ES. SHEET
rt- MU8IO. 4c., Ac,rtht yon wish to
have
bound in a -niee Arm bindina. eromntW. at Inw
prices? Books sent for and returned to anrpartof
the city b; giving notice through poateffice, or at
me
Franklia1
3 ci.iifn n; j
oicoiu. jpuoja. cmuerj
BtANii book mantj Factory ;
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
.the State. . .. .
KeeoM 84. 38. 88 Kortfa High treet.
(OveT" Jtewn. Nerina A Myen,'; aad Statesman
.. , Steam Prindng Umoes.) . .
BLANK BOOKSf ' " ''ul
0 HLajYIe:. BOOKS!!-,, , . ,
BLANK i BOOKS ! !
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to the lowest, printed If daaired.. ruled and bound
to any required patcera.and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders fno OUBty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Ofioera requiring tiOfUklOR UUANK
BOOK.8. will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. - s.:: t i :
k oar pairouaae respeotf oily solicited. - . , .,
N. W. LEFATOlt, ,
oetS-deoinai'
Proprietor.
SIESBBRT tSc JLILLBY,
Blank Book MaDufacturers,
v PRINTERS. BINDERS AraDPUBLISHERS.
Special attentioapatd to manufactnring Srst elaaa
- J3X.JS li. ; BOOKS :2.
of every description, with or without printed Hesd-
- - tngs.tor - " .-..-,
COtTHTT OrVTCkBS,' ATKRCHANTS, WAVrVACTtnUtRS'
- VAHAg, BAILHOA OOurAHKS. AC.
AtaT" Pull acts- of Books wade on short notice.
warrantea so girepeneos saiuiaoiien.-- --.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDINC,
aprll eouly ' ' - COLUMBUS, OHIO
,WATCHES AND JEWELRY. !
F, A. ; & L. LESQUEREUX
' IMPOBTKRS AND DKALKKS IB
WiiT t) H ES
JEWEIR ol -iji,i5. 3 3 "
.r'.:-Z SIFTER d ; ": ' ; ;
5 V I PLATED WARr
CARIES, , SPECTACLES,
GOLU PEIs,
yr . .... ;? I - ,
POCKET-BOOKS a
OPERA CiE. ASSES
. ; IB ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on band a larao assortment of :
Setlt TUamaa' ana WalersuirClacks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. cAJso. Agents
lor (ne .,n . rJ... .. ..
fTTHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANT.
WatohUakers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es trrenen ana ueneva) in iuu supply ut
ja All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteea. -
P.-A. A L. LESQUEREUX,
febU-eodly No. 71 South Huh St.. Columbus,
BOOTS 'AND ' SHOES. .
T. B. BirABD.
O. BOBIOIB,
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW; JFXK,3H;7'-
TS. SHEPARD HAVHG FORMED
a a nartnersbiw with G. HdklOF.K for thm
purpose of oarrying on the Boot and gboe trade at
nO.l BOOTH IIIC9H BTREEr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and tbe
public geoemuy wceu ana luuuus tueirnoe ana
well selected stock of Ladies. OeatsVMieses' and
Children's Hoots and Shoes, this day received di
rest from tbe test, and which-they are now offering
for sale en the most reasonable terms . In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
? (JUSTOX'MADE WOBK. '
D.n.!rin, of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
i We woaid eepectfully solicit a share of publie
luaUonage. Please give us a eall. So trouble to
,bow goods..! - ' w'f o -'.c-i.-L.J
1",'" '78aiTPARS uoi!.ig'erTT
.. Xa AT tf A la lOilO ... Att
...Colambua, O. Sept. U. leeS.
fib til:
PRINTINGS.
TUB UBOEST AND MOST COM
.,H:.,' I! ,-,.E.?. 1,. .npiav
.Tr.-.'-tf-.as iif:.'l"
I? establtshment;
f ':-!.; 11 ?.-.! twit i 1.) ; : :
i2 .11 -(.' n-, :,. " ; . . .:.(;-.. j
IN !; CENTRAL OHIO.
J . f i PBOPBIETOB8.
Nos. 36r &' 40:North High St.'
COLUMBUS, . OHIO"
The attention ' the Business Public ' ealled t ;
. j the superior facilities of this Establishment. j
l ..'i We have in eonstant use t y )
': ' -
Eleven"
P. ,
rpcepe '
wwwww i
; V.r -.-. r.-rt Joy m V !. . L- : -
- ' I'- ' - Jtt- - .!!- !-..:!- i.i:.
?i!Tf-!.: illf VI . 1 .. K '. , I.I .-.ml
BEST ' AND LATEST KINDS
Anal oar abilltyfto gat oat work promptly is
" surpassed in the West. - We have lately
made additions to uralreadv ') n"'
-r.l- .-.in fit -t." i.4 M..wt : ! ( "j ,1
! LABGE TABIE1 "St ' 0 -u '
PBINTIHG TYBES,
si I ' 4:-...r i!'..;.- it?-: i
it".-i li . : i :i i-" i.; . :iT . ' .
Aad we feel eouBdent to satisfy all -was -anay give
- us a eall. Our kvte fonts of type enable us :
' to do all kinds of .i-'rjj-.ii i
W)OK;;;; JPIIlLlVTIiVG I
.- ti!-.. "! i fr-Ij- )?' :.. ! t"1
, a the most prompt and exeellent iqanaer, aad we
- eall the atteouoa of those wanting any thing -,
I-. J. , .i: it la this, ine to the i ,, -'.
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
in- Ji.-i t i--.(f-..,i- ' n .;! .(")
.j,,., That wehareaieoutedin th past year.
t t..-l'!4 -.: .-! ti'.. ;t . i . . ;-'-, .v- ,i :
JOB PRINTING!
."ti'i
The reputation of this House for ana Job Printing
r.'-is well known to the pusiness community., i
Employing, as we do. none but the, ?-
Xkirt .i:.rr-5jix'if ff.'sr.
Best of Workmen.
tvx-; hTin full wortiant of th-i . . , (
LATEST andCUOICEST
STYLES ; QFn TYPE,
-tli'") : !.- MJS. ' i -;r i .-:T
llW, aitll m.r.n.p. tlultmMl aatiafaMttAai- :.
AAIU AAMA'aJ V A. 1
Mercantile,
I . -. i :-..n- t
. -. i , - . .... ..i.
... - i T - . ; ,1 .Jl
:.-! Bank and --(..- r j.:-.ti,
j' r.'! '' , . Comirierciar
Printing,
i.'-it . twm ab '
BUI Heads. - - tards,
i f ,.t t- ;--il alii
Circulars.. -!"v 7 Letter Heads,
Blanks rau kinds. - Checks,
Drafts.' : ; 4c, &ct
. i - ?t -
EVERY KIAD OF JOB PRINTING
. - .-1, .,. .VlMS-l .. i.,! .tlt
If ceded by the business public.
, j ,. We also keep en band a larger stock of ' j
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Bouse in the oily such as
Super Koygtl, HetllaiB,
- . i "l j
enir, ! Crevm Cap,' n-.i
r'i,:. i ...i;t.: :n,: j,, !
Cap. letter susd ; : ,
.'if'"' h. :J i .i:.i;' 7
Note Papers
Of the best qualities, and, purehasina them as we
i e do; dir-ctly from the manufacturer, we are j
; -enabled to do our work at oorrospond- ;
ingly low rates. We are Sola . :t
i !) . ' . . -Agents for the : : ' . ;
ro : mi ..... .. : - . j-.j ,,. . ;
' . ' CELEBE ATED' ' PAPERS OF
- I .-. ,!! .
PL ATNB Sc POBTEB
BLANK BOOKSr
' :Jor- .1 .-! , ... 'I , ' ,i. !
We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
gmnnfactnjed by us. We are preoared to ,
fill all orders for -.::'
Xieclserai; i." . - r
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done ta the best style of paper.' rul
ing and binding, and weoha lange competition in
this line. .
Cr X y E , IJ 8; ASC A. H, Ia .
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NBVZNS ; & MYERS,'
, SS; r 40 WortrCi;ak Street,
i'ia'f Ir.nuJ.votM '.!t nf .'j'ifn -i IT I
ir.' 'a it nit :: :r t ii.-f tiiiit
.V !(!,!! I Ti ifi! 'lit ': : - A -.-. t .-.-I HI
Ocaailx .Baaol&gai
"' . iHSCEIXANEOIIS.
m ,., Sherifl's Sale.,,:
. Wm. G. BIjdu ) Court of .Common Pleas
va S - of
Thomas B. Blynn etal.) ' i Franklia county. 1
. (In partition.)
INPURSUAffCKOFANORDEROF SALE IN
the above stated ease, to me directs t, 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the couit house, in tbe
city of Columbus, on ' - ' ' 1 '
Saturday, the 28.h dav of Novemter, A.IX
3 ii -. 1868,. ii; ol
at S o'clock P.. It. of aiT .lav i tha followinade
sribe real estate, situate in Franklincounty, State
of Ohio, tn-wit- " M ... " '
Lot number oce(l) of a subdivision of outlots of
tne oitv ot (Jolumbus. numbers nrty-nine (.).
kity (60) and sixty-one (81), trade by Samuel Me
dary. at per plat thereof recorded in book 38, page
$34 of tbe records of deeds of said county, being
the same premises ooovtyed to William Blynn by
1 hoKHs S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 33d. A.
D. IPSO. . . ...... . ...i ..... .... v.
Trrms of Sale One-third ea.h on day of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third in two yean
t ereafter, with Interest from said day of rale, tbe
deterred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the psemises aold..- ' - - - . . . -
A ppraised at H.OOO.
. .Printer's fees 13 75. .
uisukus a. kakhaht. eneriD.
By J. B. Bull. Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y.
oct24-dltAwtd '
Sherifl'a Sale.
5 ) ' ' IsAdore Frey : 'j Court of Common
, vs . . .. Pleas of Franklin ;
C rlstopher Kneewater et al.) county . ' '
TN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OF SALR
a in the above stated oase from said court to me
"directed. I will offer for sale at publio auction at
the door of tbe oourt bouse, in tbe city ot ooi am
bus, on i , ; - i .
Saturday, the 19th day of December, A. D.
-f --. y.i-.l: I I86b.:- - . -...-: --"U
aatnVlnek P. tbe fnllowina deserihsd nroner
ty. to-wit: Situate in the county of Franklin and
Btateof Ohio. to-wit : -
. . l.nt Na. six (6) of Johu Short's subdivision of lot
No. n;ne(9) of Robert Neil's addition to the oity of
Jolumbus, Ubio. saia premises eonycyed to said
Chris opher Kaeewater by John G. McGaSey and
wife. b deed dated March 30th. A- D. leer.
Appraised at aaeo.
Printer's fees til nd
GEO. H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bum.. Deputy.
J. G McGri'-BT, Att'y. .. s-iry-!.i t'fl
DovlT-wtdAdlt.
1 Sharift's Sale:
'; 'Newell P. Mix, 1 C
Michael Et(el et al. '
Court of Common Plea
Franklin county. '
TN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER OP SALE TN
M. the above atated ease front said eonrt- to ma
directed, I will o' erfnr sale at the door of tbe court
house, in tbe city of (Jolumbus, on ...
Saturday, the 28th dav of November, A. D.
at 1 o'clock P. M the following described real s
ta'e, to-wit:.
- The south half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' addition to the city of Columbus. Ohio.
tear recorded olat thereof recorded in plat record
If (IBSV 11V, MIPS IUO MIUQ Vnuiin.
to said Magdalene tnsel by Moan W iggins, by deed
Mated Mav 13th.. A. U. lee. 5Jo
tj ...... f.... a 1 1 on ' ' J
U'SOKGE H. EARHART.
- - ' ' Sheriff and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Bvll, Deputy. ,
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. - ; oet!4-dltwtd
Administratrix's Sale
: ,' Heal Estate.., '
of
TlfPURSDANCB OP AN ORDER OP THE
A ' fro bate Court of franklin county, umo. .
will offer for sale, at publio auotion, on .
WedWesdnyY tb' day of De-
" " ceraber, A. I. 1808, f
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, upon tbe premises, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in the city of
.L&luniDus, county ot f.rauluiu ana state ot uoio,
tiwwit;
Being tbe north half (If K) of fraction Na. 3 aad
lot fro. 4. commencing 313' feet from the southwe.4(
eorner of fraction number three and lot No. 4 in
South Columbus, aad from thence north 78 degrees,
east 187 X feet to an alley; thence with the west
line of said alley north IS degrees, west 11 Si feet;
thence a westerly direction and parallel with the
first line feet to the east line of i'ront street;
thence a southerly direotion and with the east Hue
of runt street 31 V feet to tbe place of bexioning,
-being the north haU of said lot iio.e in said free.
Uon Ho. a .
Anrrraised .11300. - -!
: Terms of Sale One-half cash in bead, and the
other one-half in one yrar from the day of sale
-with interest, toe sol erred payment te be secured
o, CATHARINE1 E.SirBERKAGLB.- I
7 ' r Administratrix of Adam Silberiatle, dee'd. v
." W L. HsTwher Att'y. . .nov3l-dltw4w
FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. Probate Notice---Settlement of
Accounts.
TpHE FOLLOWING A CCOD NTS HAVE BEEN
X filed in the Probate Court of Franklin countv.
Ohio, for settlement, and will be tor bearing on
Tuesday. December latn. A. Diesri. to-wits i
The first account of John Lisle, exeoutor of Per-
cival Adams, deceased; first account of Catherine
E.-Hnberuaale, administratrix of Adam SUberna
gle. deceased;. second sccountof Henry Kidenour.
adminiacr-.tor cf John Kidenour, deceased; second
acoouritsof Austin Punk,' guardian "f '.t arlotta,
Georce W.. Edward A. ana Wesley H. Timmons;
third accounts of Susannah Kramer, guardian of
Amanda, Samuel K. and Alary A. Kramer; third
accounts oi jonn eouman, gnaraian oi Aosaiom.
lAbrahani and KHaabeth Good: third account of A.
C. Hanes, administrator of E. A. Stanlev, deceas
ed; final aeeount of A. W. Graham, administrator
-of E. P. Maloney, deceased; final account of John
van lorx, executor or james n arris, aeceaseo;
final aeennnt of K.- W ,' Peec. auardian of William
NVesteryelt; final account of Jacob Bowman, guar-
flian or LieabUooa, ana tbe nnei account ot oua
(aVAloGulfey, guardian of Laura Medaxy, -.
JOHN M. PCGH.
'! Colorabus. 0.. Nov. IT. lets. .Probate Judge, u
oorl8-wSw
... s.
Window, GlasWarehouse,,t
BENJAMIN H.' SHOEMAXEE,
Ioe. SOS, 207, SOO t 911 N. 4lh St..
.PHILADELPHIA..,
French and English Window lass.
"French Piste Glass for WindoVs. :-
l Preooh Looking Glass Plates.
Hammered Plate Glass for Skylights. ' '
!,,. h Floors.
Colored and Ornamental Church Glass.
Flute! G ass for Conservatories, every sise and
-thickness.' : - i i .:. . - ;
By the Original Case. Box, or Single Light.. '.
"' Square or cut to any Irregular Khape. -1r.noSl-w3m-cr
. vi.:-.i . i
(Licensed by the United States Authorities.
T a . " ; . . ;
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
"DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS, WOOLENS,
ii. COTTONS, CARPE1INGS. BOOTS and
. , BHUfcS, SU.V trt KbATKU WARt,
'WATCHES. SKWlNG MACHINES. "
E T. . J ; : CCTLERY.o..Ao.. . . . f
To be sold at the average prioe of l.OO Each
Our commissions fbr-elabs exoeed those of other
establishments, and our goodsare warranted to give
satisfaction. Clubs of Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from 3 to CIO. New Circu ar
i and lull particulars sent free n. is i Liilll.
its AW & CO., 40 Hanover St., Hoaton
Mans. . ' novl3-w4t-ra-r
-' A NEW PRICE LIST
i .1 v " Is issued this month by the . -
MASO & flAHLIX : OEGAX CO.,
I and will be lent, post paid Ut very applicant, con-
uiiuiaJss uuuuuLeuioau ui
:NEW STYLES ' OF,: ORGANS,
l . ' AND
mcEs.
Four Octave Organ. Solid Walnut Case. 50.
Five-Octave Double Reed Organ, Pive tttopa.
Solid Walnut C'Se. carved and panelled. 126.
Other styles at proportionate tnrices. Wareroiros,
K iremont street. ioton; ase Droaaway. piew
XorkV,,!- ! BOTi7-w4t-FKT
Legal Notice.
ASA CROMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Urcnierdid. on tbe II day of Novem
ber, 1868. fileherpetitioa in the office of the Clerk
of the Court or Common Pleas, within and for the
county of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
mo sariAsa vrumer wilu wuiiui aosanoe iroin ine
said plaintiff for mere than five years last past.and
- asking that she may be divoreed from said ' sa
Cromer, andthat Bhe be allowed reasonable alimo
m, wLich petition will stand for hearing at the
. pext term oi sain vouru ,. ., , , .
Dated Noven.ber 4 th, 1868. '
SOUSAN CROMER.
By W.TA. Puktlebauoh. her Att'y. nov3-w
Merchants' Bank.
--vrOTI;1B 18 H t-KK B V OI VEX XO THE
A.V holders of tbe outstanding notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massillon. and all others concerned
- that in pursuance to tbe provisions of the 4l?t sec-
VI 1)11 Ul .ud gum tw v. cuv u.uB, tua, .Hiiuvntiua
will be made to the Auditor. Treasurer and Secre
tary of State to surrender the Bonds deposited to
' secure the circulation of said Bank after the expi
ration of six months from this date. , , '
I. STEKSE, Pres't.
' S. HUNT. Cashier.
. Massillon. May 58. 1868. . . . u5-w6m
i -'i WssrgaN Bsskrvx Bahk,(
- - Warren, Ohio, August 19, I86i. . '
a-TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THR
irl holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Western Keserve cans, ana to an oinerparties in
terested, that after the 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 tbe stocks deposited to. secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, . ia pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (46) section of an act en tit ed
"An aot to incorporate tbe State Bank ef Ohio
end other Banking Companies," passed February
S4. 1848.
. - H. B. PERKINS. President.
;-. M. B. T1TI.BTI, Cashier. . , '
" August 18, lc8. ' - mngj8.w8n, j
f WV M. -m. - lw Qvnuvu C.Ju.A iJalsTsa f
KJ NEBS' MKETINGrt. The Board of School
f J A D.trlln A..ivi. MK.A -a aU- Tt I . J
7'0onrt Room an 4h idt rnday and SatnrtlaTo
l, OOJDB OlUUlll IB IUO joai. . ATiaeMs, fin uiO eWOODO. FTt
dy and Saturdaof thasprinaud fall mntiij. .
....laV. 1 I
' t ". : J ,." -t , til ;a r '
THE SUCCESS
ni'
Of oar ONE COLLAR SALE has, caused sucb
;" ' ' A-COMPiEl'E
That in order to supply the demand 'occasioned by
our constantly inorrasing patronaie, we have re
cently made importations lor the Pll Trade, direct
from European Man facturers, '
Amounting to. Nearlvr $500,000,
bo tnat we are prepared to sell every desoriptioa
of Dry and iancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery. Watches, album., Jewelrj.Ao .of belter qual
ity than any other concern in the country for the
uniform price ef ONE 1H)LLAR FOR t-ACH AR
TICLE.. The best of Boston and New York refer
ences given as to tbe reliab lity of our house, and
that our business is conducted in the fairest and
most legitimate manner 'possible, and that-we
give greate value for the money i ban can be ob
tained in any other way. All Goods damaged or
broken in transportation replaced without charge.
Checks describing articles sold sent to agents in
Clubs at -rates mentioned below. We guarantee
every article to cost leFsthan if bought at any Bos
ton or New York Wholesale House.
Our Commissions ito Agents
Kxoeed those of every other stablshu.eut of the
ki-.d, proof of this can be found in comparing bur
premiums with those of others for Clubs of the
same site, in addition to which we claim to give
better goods of the same character. We will send
to A ents free of charge. . . . . ,
Foa a Club of so and Three TbLtAas t doa.
good linen Sbirt Fronts: I set Solid bold Stndi;
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large sise: 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt: ao yards
brown or bleached S eeting. good quality, yard
wide; I elegunt lOOHeture Morocco-bound Photo.
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope ant IB Foreign
Viewsi I silver plated enaraved A bottle Castor: I
elegant Silk ian. with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing (knife and Pork, very best) quality. Ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: SO yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair best quality Ladies' Serge Congress
doois; i ausen nne i.inen T. weis: X dntsn Kogers'
best ilver Dessert Forks: 1 Ladies' larse real Mo
rocco '1 raveling Bag: 1 fancy Dress Pattern. X
doien elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
i uosen jaaies' una Aleriao or cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' high cut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern: 1 V iolin and Mnw. in box complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
Fob a Clitb of 50 and Frvn Dollar 1 blaek
or .colored a lpaoca Dress pattern; 1 set Lace ijur-
tains; l pair an wool Bianaets; tneravert Silver
plaude bottle Revolving Castor: 1 beaatiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pint 3X yards very
fine Cassimere. for Pa its and Yeat: 1 set ivorv bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin fares .1, heavily beaded and lined
with silk I pair Gents' Calf Boo a: 30 yards good
Print;. 30 yards good brown or bleached Sheeting,
yard wide or 40 yards X yards wide, good Quality: 1
Ladiesr elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
rr ooi enawi; a plain nurwion roonn uress fat
tern, IX yards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
For a Club of los and Tbh Dollars 1 riok
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and r-apkim to match; I pair
Gents' French Calf Boots: 1 heavv silver Dieted an
tra ved Ice Pitcher: very fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; 7S yards fine Cassimere for
suit. 1 e'egant fopliu Dres fattern; 1 elexan
English Borage Dress Pattern: 1 beautiful English
Berage Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-case
Watch i 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing Maobiee;
Splendid Family Bible, steel entravings, witb rec
ord and photograph pages; SS yards good Hemp
Carpeting, g.iod colors; 1 pair good Marseille Quil
1 good 6 earrel Revolver; I elegant Fur Muff and
Uape; 1 stasia barrel-hbot Uon; I silver plated en
graved bottled Revolving Castor, out giass bot
tles; 1 verv fine Violin and 3ow. in case; 1 set ivory
uBiBuomj ximves ana roras. ,
-'Presents far larger Clubs inorease in the sants
ratio. . .. -r : ti-.-. v t.,t: . y
mw nana money ny itegisiered Letter. ; y
, " Send for our new Fall Circular. "
- Iff Catalogue of Goods sent to any address pm
PAItKER t'O,
Nos SB and 100 Summer street: boston.
I
ra seps-wi9w - - - i .
Mi
t S- i t t'i
OHIO SAW WORKS.
I .Patent G-round circular Sawa, .. ...
MILL & . CROSS CUT SAWS,
in;-, i HAND AND EIP SAWSv . j-
RsTrirarKO !Carfullt Ain"PBOjrFTLT Ddira.
f. WVODBUIIIiH tc iriePAMI,lN, -
V.t;la 'i f ' ' 1 Hamilon. Ohio, and " '
ractories. 233 SM West 7th St.. Cincinnati. O.
Warehouse. 1J 14 West 2d street. Cincinnati. O.
rr r"rMuro, m i v 3,1 1, 1
BWSD FOR PRICE LIST.
PC spo-w3m
MONEY SAVED.
-We are constantly purcoasing for eash ia the New
York and Boston Markets, all kinds of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. SILKS. TOTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOtS. WATCHES. SKW- -"
,, 1NG MACHINES. CL'TLE Y, DRESd ,
GOODS. LOME8I10 GOODS.
. - :ij ., . -. . Ac, Ac.
Which we are actually selling at an aver -re oriee
of One Dollur for Kocli Article. Our
sales being strictly for eash. and our trade much
larger than that of any ther similar conoern, en
ables us to give better oargains than can be obtain
ed of any other bouse, - - , ,
TUK LADIES . . u
Are especially invited to give us a trial, ,
Srnd for a Circular and Exc3anob List.
Oar club system of se ling is as toUows: For (4
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
2o different articles to be sold tor a dollar each; 4o
Tor t4: ea lor $6; 1M for iio. Ao Sent by mail.
Gnmtnighien larger than thoM ofertd by any other
firm, according to sise ol ciub.- Single lountain
and check. 10 cents. Male and female agents want
ed. seud Money in Heg-iatered Letters.
Send us a trial club, and iou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
h.uso thereafter. '
i e n j I, EASTMAN A KENDAI L. (.
6S Uano.er street, Boston, Mass.
DB-iul-w6m ;. i
THE PLACE TO BUY
- c LAMP GOODS. " !
Kerosene Cbandelie-s. . .. -
jl - Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps. '
.... Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The' newest ahd best kinds of Burners. Chimneys.
Wicks, or am thing in the Lamp line,; for lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwe'lings, is at , ,
, : - . McHENRY h CO.'SDeooW
, ... Nos. 8 East Fourth and 163, Main street. ,
' ' Cincinnati.
CAS FIXTURES. ".-
Gag Chandeliers,
Hall Lights. '
. Braoket Lights, : :: -
, . PorUbleLlghts. , .
' " Ceilinasnd
.' .v Window Reflector Lights,
Mk.j.. m..i
' ;:. ' f - i. Smoke Bells,
vt anycuing in me uas r ixrure line, is at
McHENKY A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvauizad). .;
Cast-iron Soil Pipe, '
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe.
i . Jlaileable and Cast- iroa Fittings,
A team v aives, btop cocks,
' . 7H. '. . liaa. Service. and . I
- Meter Cock, Ac. Ao.
Or anything ia the Pipe or Fitting line, is at . '
. McHENRY 4 CO.'S Depot.
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 182 Alain street.
Pumps & Plumbers' CoodsJ
Cistern and Well Pumps.- t
Lift and Force Pumps.7 ' -1 " 1
' .. Beer fumps. Uardeni Purips, Ac, . '
-i i,, i , Bath Tubs. Closets,
. I !U T WUU. ..sou AIM'S,
' ., ...il KK.th KoilAra. Sinka,
Ac, Ac. Everything in' the above line, wholesale
or retail, at eastern prices, ar, . . : i . i ;
. , ; ,.; McHENKY 4 COf'S Depot .
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screwcutting Maobines. Slocks and Dies. I'rills.
Reamers and Taps, latent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and ' Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe ' Vises,
Meter and Hurner Plyers. Gas Fitters' Au
gers, Chisels, Ac, Ac' Everything in the above
line alwais on band and los saleat the manufaotur
er's trade rates, at ,
McHENRY ate CO.'S,1
No. 8 EastFourln. A 168 Alain Street.
0 CTI-sep30-w3m CiyClSirATf. j
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
T WILL 8ELL0R EXCHANGE FOR PROP-
I TTRT r in tbe cits nf Coicmbn -: a farm nt tm
aores ot land near uttawa, tne ooaaty seat of Put
nam county. Ohio, and will p.j iue difference, if
any, in casu. a oe iana ie siiuaie at roe corner of
cross roads, hss house oa it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich l.nd, and well tim
bered witb walnut, ash. sugar- tree axmspioe busch
A good bargain will be given. i
rn vtr. aix kmc w .
OfBoe, eorner of High ahd Broad streets, j
mar-ly riv t, ,. c i
DR.;a c. helmicb: ;
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTI"V TO
tbe treatment of diseases ef Ferns sT
are many lsdies in every oouununity w asw ffliot
ed.with what is teru-ed female wes Eas ' I).
Helmiok hss discovered a remedy that . - - rrant
edt. cure the most severe cases, no mv . r how
long standii g. Ladies can consult the Doctor at
his omceor-by bail, on ail diseases peculiar to tbeii
sex. The strictest privacy observed in all cases -J
Office No. US North High street. Columbus OhioT
ju2-wly ,; .,,,-. ., fcwr
REIBII1
: -i.j.f! til ;.'.,:; .jon v;.tiomi.k".
IN T H. A X 3E1
...STvsk. '
A.
, , .
Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD.
Three Trains Leave Coltrtnbne (VJalen
wepoi), atatir (sunaafs KJtcepteel.).
. - ,-.. .' ; j,,
.3:83 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS: arriving at
Zanesvllle at 6:13 A. M.-Bellaire at 100 A. M ,
Baltimore at 40 A, M . ; W as hington City at S05
A. AL. -' -'-;... rk "l '
'.m.T -ii;--.-.., '.) . : -. !. , .-!
li:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRES8rriviBg
at Zanesville at lio P. Is : Bellaire at 6:10 P, AL;
A M.
u.Kiiuuniia.w a. ju.: n asuinsnon Liiiy as ,
" . ':.'.'i ;-! -i.'.l . fi' I .1'.
- ir:t6 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zag
vilis at 4:66 P. H.: Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.; Baltimore
atfcaSP. Al Washington City at P. U.,
' 9-These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
In advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. .. , . , ... . . . , T
Close oonnectiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York."
. Passenger hoi ling through, tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of u,. j'.j . -',-,i ,
'TjrittngasMAi
No Change of. Cafsvat Ohio River
AaU For TICKETS viaBELLAIR.
- JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportaaoa
, . L. M. JCOLE, General '1 ioket Agent.
' JNO. W. BROW N. Geo"! Passenger Agt.
-I.!
MEDICAL:
t VI r.
DRUNKENNESS
- '
ISA f -
c '. . CURED WITH' i i '!'.:
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE ONLT IRrALLIlUG MEWRdY.
A Can be given with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, its Conseonenoea.aBd Car.f free on ao
plication. Price of Specific per bottle, 11 50, cr
snree ooniee ior va.w. ...
- ! Aug.. J. ;bchtjeller,v
Sole Proprietor and Maoaracturer. v'olumbus. X)
, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,.;
' seplT-dTAsAwly -r '
A PERFECT CURE
i.For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseases arising from, a disordered atatst 1
i(cf the Stomach, .Liver or Intestines. Ar
', "Prepared by. Sewaba At Bbntlit,.
, Druggists, Buffiilo, N. Y. - Sold by all
" druggists. -:' 7 ' "-'
H. t. SA MCEL'4 Co.. WhoTesale Agents '"
SBB-ap4-deosAwly ."i
4 MrniQSic-AiiiUK
T. The CrtU Sledlclne Ar th ffkln, enreai
.f wlthoni (jail, every skin. r atn- -. ,
slt;hU7 eraplUn of Uie fiMa,-
or KrhlaK, IrrltAtlaff or
distruins cntaneout 1 .
tflseiuie on may part , ( f '. n
' v' '" or tbe penon, '. A
, -. -.:,-... . '.'I - I". -t f,
" D" hit nenrly wf.lisrcti ntc of thnl morii ftinf rrf v
Vtm, mif I nm mow InoktMp qnite like n mvrii,"'writoi
Ai hirtM B: Nolle, ihtiKftml Ageat of 31teli. OentnU "
B. R., 173 Brtwulwny, N. X . ; . -w-.S"
. We And it an incfihiabfa remrifp for Tttfer, etc
write Iligley Bros., DTOfrciMt. Fairflfld, low. - 4
. I Jiw aViVri yottr rzdnnhle rnneifv for Harber
Itch wUk areat mtvou." write C. W. turnout, of :
Leominster, Muss. . ;
Send for circular. Price, 75 eta, and tl.00. ' "
Prepared only by f SOLON PALMER
. ' 36 West Fourth Street, CMnciiiJiatl, X
Tor sale by Druggist generally. ,
sopWI-doodAnrly , ,J ,
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH.
PVER fleAIV HIS OWN PHISICISN.
Hi Hollowav'a Pills and Hollowav's Ointment
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Rowels The
rntomsch Is the great center which influences tDc
health or disease of the system abused or debili
tated by excess indigestion. offen3ive breath and
' ohvsical Drostration are tbe natural eonseauences.
AliieH tn the brain, it ia the source of- headaches.
'mental degression, nervous comptsints and unrr-
ireshinr sleep. The Liver- becomes affected -and
. generates bilious disorders, pauis in tbe ude. Ac.
T e Bowels sympathise by Cnstiveness, Diarrhoea
i and Dysentery. Tne principal action of these Pills
is on the stomach, and the liver, lungs, bowel and
: kidnes participate ta their recuperative andre-
..n.rsti. nmrRlinn. F.rvsioelaa and ISalt Rheum
- a-e two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on this continent.-. o tbese-toe trisnv
ment is especially antasenistio. Its modus oper
. anili"ls fiiHt tA AraiticAte tbe vanhm and then earn.
nlnfa tha rurA. Karl l.pffs. Old Sores and Ulcere.
' cases of many years' standing, that have pertina-
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
. treatment have invariably succumbed .to a tew ap
1 plications of thia powerful anruent. Rruptioes on
tbe Skin. ariBing trnm a bad state ot tbe blood ot
- obrouic diseases, are eradicated, and a clear and
. transparent surface regained by the restorative ao-
t ion of thia Ointment. It surpasses many of tbe
' cosmetics and other toilet aprliances in- power
. to dispel rasbes and ther d'sfignrements- of the
face, female Complaints, wheth-r in the young or
' old; married o- sineie. at tne eawa rtl vromannood
or tbe turnot lite, these tonic medicine displays
decided sn influence that a marked improveroentis
1 soon perceptible in tbe health of the patient.
ing a purely vegetable preoaiation, they are a safe
' and reliable remedy for all daws of Pemalc-ln
i every condition pf.pealtb and station, oi hie. filer
and Pistula Every form and feature of these preV-
alent- and stubborn, disorders is eradiested kieaH
, and entirely by the use nf this emolient; warm ftr
'mentations should preefde itv application. " Its
bealina onalitiea will be found to be thorough aad
Invariable.
btu the Ointment and Pi Is should he used ;
; the followtrs esses: . i -. ;
Bunions. Burns, Chapped hsrids. Chilblains, rts
- tula. Gout, Lumbago. Mercurial Eruption riles.
, Rheumatism, Ringworm. Salt Rheum. Scalds,
' Skin Disea.es. Swelled Glands. Sore tegs. Sore
. Breasts, Sore HeaHs, Sore Throats, Sores of all
kinds, Sprains. Stiff Joints. Tetter. L leers, Ve
: nercal Sores. Wounds of all kinds. . ! ', , ,t .
, CAUTION l-rone are genuine unless the words
"Hollowav. Nbw Vorb and LoNDO!t "re dis
- oernabie as a WnUrmorit in every leal ef tbe hook
of directions around e sen por or oox; tne same may
be plainly seen by holding the lea to th light. A
baniisnma reward will begLVen to anv one rnrl,i
. ing sucb information as may lead to the detection
ot any party or iwnc cnun.erieiiing xne modi
eieeaor vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious. t . j
W Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway. (0 Maiden Lane, New York,, and b. all r
, spectaoio iruggistai aad i Dtalers . in .Medicine
tbrougboutt e civilised world.- 2.
- -aar There isr Considerable saving by taking the
larger siBes. u ji vain -...i i . . . .-.-n.i ., .-
Ni SC. Directions for the guidfnee of patients ia
every disorder are amxed to each pot and box. ,
jyte-Wly. . . : . ..,. ..')--. .,: -V '...,:!
- PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE,' A Kbw
Cor ass or Lbctukbb, as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tbe sub
jects:' How to live and what to live for: Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood genera l y review,
ed : Tbe cause of indigestion, flatuleoce and Ner
-vena diseases accounted for : Marriage pLitosephr
jjcally considered,. Ao. m ..i - . J '
11..1... t.. Wttires win B
1 IIU... . U.UU1LO .uu I.,"..... .u.- .
forwarded to parti en onnbla to n,dr:;V0lwIO
Jour a tamps, oy aaaresaius o.iva , j
YORIC VirBtXla' OF AH 1TOHT AI- i-.
D ....... M vwar Vrtuf VNT-isfebaWl
DnVAV W Al A,' A- V a wae --.v -t sr
1 ti J jZZ,
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
.' ' - "i.H aii
The Shortest Route West-No Change of Cars to
Chicago, Keokuk and ludiauapolts. u
.It:..- -y.-.i v.i. i m ithirtWi-z
FOUR TRAILS DATCneaveTJnion Depot, Co
lumbus,' on snd after Nov. 21, 1868; as ' .
follows:
A.''M. TOLEDOi AND'tlETBOIt EX
PRESS ISundava ncsM.II., t lnin.
8:00
at Milford :1T a m. llrhaca 10:10 a in. Bellefootaiue
1:06 p m, Sandusky 6:00 p ni, Pisjua 11U6 m. l'o-ledn6-38pm.
Detroit 10.-4Bpm. ' -J ,
This train is run exptwesfy for Toledo- and Do
trt.it b, sines1, arriving at both places 3 bears
altead of anv other runte. '
l.'l'K" P- M. MAIL AND PEORIA KVPRESS
l.lw (nndays excepted). Arrives at Brad. or d
Junrtion4:40 p m. Richinond 6.-06 p m Indianapo
lisoO p m, Loganfp.r 10:50 p m, Chicago 8 00 a id.
i eon a sos m. uawouri vawa Ti, .JSrArl ington
Iowa, U:06 a ro. Keokuk IMS p m. Quiner 1:45 p m!
Iuisville2 JSO a m. Terre Haute 117 b m. tl.t.n
lfl3 a m, Cairo 4:40 p mrPsma 4Ta u., Alton 810 a
m. St ' Louis 6:15 a m,.Lafayette lO mid. Spriue
field. Ills .7:1 am. . .
Passengers b this Ira in reach St. Louis the aext
morning if toon ra ahead and for points west
of St. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance, nt
all other routes. ",l -
f. M. CHICAGO AND 8T.lX)Cr9rKX
PRESS Sanca.va exoestedl.. Arrivaaat
Pioua9Ki5 s m. Toledo &ao a m. Detroit S- A a m '
Bradford Junction S.3B p. ra, Losaoapnrt W a m
Chicago 8K0 a m. Indianapolis S-J6a m. Terra Haute
6: a m, Mattooo 9:16 a m. Pane 110 a m, AltosT
3 00 p m. St. Louis f.9W m. Lafarette :45 a m.
Sprinefield. Ills., 43S p m. Quiuoy 11:00 a.m. Keo-
aua 131 a m. Louisville b:UW a m. Aasuville s0p
m, Memphis 10M a m.' ; : 1 f , j . . a i
1 i SleeDlna ears rue in tbi. tvalw vkorm
bu; to Chicago and St. Louis without change. Thia
is decidedly the lest train from Colrmbus to Cbw
eago. St. Louis and Louisville, aa it makes quicker
.iuj miu .ni,., ni. uoms ana -s,ouisviiie IS
hsurs ahead and makes direct niinn.,tlnn. r.,
all-point West and SuatA one tnia in adrasao of
any other route..
9. Aft A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS". Deny via
kf.xVS Indiaaarjolia rtlnfirlav, hmaIii w.
LoganaporV- A rrivas at Bradford Junctioa 4:15 a.
- - u.. vuiwu vo p w. rwns
s:jo p m, asoKut 10:45 p
, aauNiii p m. inaianaoolj
lndianaoolls 8Maaaj
Terre Haute 1S:15 p m.Evauville 730 nm. ftiattoon
3:18 p m. Cairo 4:15 a m. Paaa 5S pro, Alton Bsjo p
m. 01. uniiiKiiup m. uii.yetie i: a e, Louis
vile 5:00 p sB.'Nashville 50 a m. Me phis 4:16 p K.
Passengers by this train arrive tbe same day at
St. Louis SX hours and Chieago hoars ahead et
any ether route. .n s ,-4 ,,,
state; room rsiEPiG ciiwi
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indiaanpolis.
1 . JO" Can for Tickets via. Log aiu port Itt .ludian
apolis. , .,
1 tckets fotsale at Caioir and PiouaDepotej
Cojambasaad at all principal Railroad Ticket,
Ofaoes, 1
... i r. tHANiiLER; usml Ticket Agent.'
, J.M.LUNT. General Superintendent. .
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
.
Cincinnati Railroad.
ti- KICEPT SUSDAT. .
Prom Columbus, ia eonaeetion with. Trains' on the
UtUsi mJsaBsBl A ColasBabsu fc XesaLaj
- j Kallroada. - -
- ".IIV:. v-v-j '
( t,j. ir, Aof "
. SIGHT .EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at Id
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtoa.' Gflead
Galion, Crestline, Shelby," Shiloh, New London.
Wellinston. Grafton and Berea, arriviae; at Cleve
land ai64S A. M.. New York 7KW A. M, This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. '. -
NOi .1 ACCOMatODATlON leaver ColsmbBB
at 50 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
tram starts fro m tte Freight Yard.- . -. til ,4
. KW YORK KXPEtSS Leaves Colambus as
11:10 A. M. Mill stop at Delaware.Ashley.Carding
ton, Galion. Crestline. Bhelby. New London, We
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3f P. M ., New Vork next day at SSO P.U. "
U Alii AND EXPRESS- Leaves Colambus at J:4B
P. U. Will stop at Worthiogton. Lewis Center,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shil.,
New London, Wdlimrteekj eirafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 90 P. M., Mew York lui P.M.
1'nssengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train, will get sleeping ear AtOrestJineat
:00 P il., arrive in Port Wayne at ll-J P. M
Cb cago at 640 A. M.. being in advance of all dtb?
er reafs. have ample time for breakfast, aad take
the earliest train for the West
feiPRiN GPIELD ACCOM UO0ATION VIA DEI
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at SJ0 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
fi.ld, an-ivina at Delaware at 3: P. Mi, rjprinrfteld
f 50 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 10 A. -M,
arrives at Delaware a4 SAS A. M-l CelaiabsH
l0M ... U .1 -e r i. ,Ji,!-a..Ojt.illT
Pa ten t Sleeping; Cars) are mat eat sal I
Nigbt Trains to tThlcugOy "
Ifew York Bid:"" r"'X
-OK ' .-. - BoatOBB. :i -.'.-" b'-,r, ((
' W Baggaga checked through ioR ew Yort Ynd
Soston, via Cleveland :- also, to Philadelphia aad
New York, via Crestline.
RETDRNHJ6: - " ."'!'
Nukt Express arrives wt Columbus at liaSA. M. I
Cmcinnali Express arrive at Columbus all:
- 'Mail Train arrives at Columbas at .-' P. M. ( .
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbus
at 10:40 A.M. ....
Faire as tow as" y star Other Reatee
Ask for Tickets via Crestlineor Cleveland.1
;'' ' ' E. 8.PLI!fT, :o!
i.i Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.,
,i. .i..... JAMES PTTERS01V. J
"r. ' " 'v "'v L . Agent,kiua a,0aia.i
. Columbus, Nov S3, 1868. . ,
' '' tt- -.-t T- t
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
-- 1k-.n (i-'i'dr i-tmyi fSfU
O.U .-- -- 1 - r .., '..if - ft
0a aa after . MONDAY. Nov. S3d, JB68, P01 X
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
rOtt CnrCHTHATT, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, Ef.
' , . LOUIS, DAYT0U, ElCHHOHD, 13
1,1 ' ' BiAJIAPOUS CHICAGO. "
Withou 1 change of oars to DAYTON and RICH
MONO, and only one ehanreof ears es IS '
DXANAPOUS aad .CHlCAIiO.r l.i,
. i . . (ConneetionB arereliable as follows fl j
x.-n .flBSTi.TBAIli.tDaily). t,wia
Leaves at 9 A. M. for Cinoinnai;, Cirelevillr.
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill ion the; stops at Lon-
don.- Xenia,- Morrow, and LeveUnd, arriving A
.UisalaaBAiAtta-ia.,, ;;. vlirll0-. ,
.! i SECOND TRAlH.nT .on Ct9
) .r (Daily exeeptSundayBJ,. i-
Leaves at 5 TOO A. il. for Cincinnati, Daytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
-West Jefferson. London. South Charleston, Mel sea,
- Cejsarville-Xenia. Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Posters. LoreIan, Mil fbrd. ar
riving at Oineionati,as Uh36 A..M..oouuectiaa
with the Mail Boats. - iI-".""'!-!
. . . - :; n; .sii til
.,- D m3H t,
.. i ' (Daily except BundajeJ, ,. . f, .( , j
Leaves at 1H8 P- M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield, via Xenia; arriving at Ciueinnati at
30 P. il.
r-o rfWp.'rHirTii-rwv Tf'fA
rfiTmTH tratst
"" ! :'ivi '(Daily ."xfc.pt Sundav,:f
Ijeaves at p. Mi' for Cincinnati;" Daytoa snd
Springfieid via Leadoa stopping at Alton,- Wast
Jefferson, .London, South Charleston, oelma.
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaud, aad ar
, rivingat CiDciunatiatlO;40P. Mjj;
1.1 lo
Sleeplnii' Cara en'all NJi:BiirTrals,
. ... .. tiiif.t i e il y. I-. ' i !. !r,
, ... , ., HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent,
W. H. H. SHINN.Xgent- "
iyuXK?'' CTBeJaaattn-iTil
Gevl Ticket AsX.1 !..'; ? lo Ui!! silj
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
: .-t .J-: BAH HANDIJS BaaJTJB. , , 9(,
US Ann attar jnna Mfb YM erain. Ill ' i! L
Leave. AT- Y . Kxnresa.
Mail .last Line
t'olmbos.v....0 A. M
:1S H. H. t UsW A.M.
Newark 3:S5 A. M. .. 8-50 P. M 1S-35 P. Al
Steubenville.. .S.OO A. M. HU P. M. ''rS:16 P. M,
Pitttbnreh ....11.10 A. M. 1S:04 H. .. fiS P.M.
Harrisb-mr.-.J PflO P. M.' 1BM-P. Ml" fc0Al,
fhilsdelphia.. :W .,M. v4air,M.. ?&t,li
New York.T.. 8:00 A. M. r 5S P. M. . 11.60 AVM.
Baltimore..;.. J45 A. M. i 0 -- PM.
Washington. . ho A. Jtt. . r. . Jrval.
Boston."...... '8K P. M. ' 10 P. M.
E'egant stateroom si eepiDgcaisei aii emnc Lreiss,
u. l i n. l.ha celebrated bilver F.l,.
dav and niaht ears are ran through frenlJoluiDbaB
lo Philadelphia and sw 1 ojk without ohango.
Y ii ....... li.lhaSK'OA. VI Niinri. ,:-
arrive in Mew ork atS o'oloek Monday Bueraieg.
an advantage never before oflered.
Geal Ticket Ag't, Steubenville. 0.
' W. W. CARD. Supcrin tender t, Meubenvnie, O.
r , i, t. . . . -: .H. B. BROOKS. -.ul I
- .-,-T,Tl.ckk A7ent, Columbus. 0.
J0H1T B. PSTBRS. Agent, Columbus. O. "
jaoeis-dly-jn0 . . :g - ; .;cU.iiXA
PASSAGE t' ASD TROlrT'fjRRa-f.
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship snd .i
In. Packet, bv waeklv lines, strerliir.. W.
SCOTT BROS. A CO.; -8 -South reV 'kZ
Yerk, continue to issue Passag. Ti.kets. available
for twelve months, from 'ndon, Liveroool
QueeDstowu.aud tlraftjL rabble ea desnaaV'roT
aay amount, from 1 ando vwarij.
BAIIEY 1SOMP - " Ji Agents '
SB0U1-Wly-BT SaarHH,i--elana.ig1.

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