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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Cleveland, Columbus & Cin'ti R. R.
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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Cleveland, Columbus & Cin'ti R. R. JAMES PATTERSON Agent.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Cleveland, Columbus & Cin'ti R. R. JAMES PATTERSON Agent. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia R. R.
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H. SHINN, Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Central
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Central Ohio Division.
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Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Central Ohio Division. A. D. SMITH, Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Central Ohio Division. A. D. SMITH, Agent. Columbus, Chicago and Indiana Central
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Central Ohio Division. A. D. SMITH, Agent. Columbus, Chicago and Indiana Central Railway.
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JOHN B. PETERS, Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
AGRICULTURAL.
TBASSPLAJriXG)'XittbB TREES. i
hdetire of "ahnostanj biz imt W
STbenr HTinglf proper care u o&servea td
doing tke y-iHtrkl W-lyrf '-dnifr'and
wLito pitreathidi We trOBplnted when;
neji wMi rooi.Bix4friiiia .inches-, in;
dimrtwi ,'ftd'-:f proportionate,' height.'
'Some of ttem are now nearly two feet
in danie,tCT,anduarerifortj- iTeet high.
Vere'lrafispJahteoT eighteen,' earsj
qsf. 'iiT:,Vfi,.,';ii,i;yi ;
trees 'Were ans about in No-;
rmbeVr'had'' 4am bUf -earth
roots, andipropped. jip with hlocks of :
limber'WliLen. .Hbel)aaV waairozen
solid, tii tne was removed oa exsleds
to thilla5)KIJ6)8 eV35?raMripared
for it, and set down, a. Just before drop-j
PtBStba lre3jnto place ssrtJwtd 1 j
two of oca f araen pou. wiuca Baa Deen
placedYn tBe"barn cellar, to prereijt Us
freier'og .was thrown Into the hole and
the feefciJpws ipojit.itW:bti the
tree wasf roper position, all the va
paatpUs,(A4ntthoota wr care
"wWyfl t4, pressed
lawinniiritliiiii'ntintiwiVi iirr-tTrrrnnf
stones were .then, placed, on the surface
in order cSpMrent- t&'iree3retn sway
ing in high windsraiid tbw-'dialtirbing
tbf ooaj hei -jnaia'ge in w7
yerjf trea' set bas grown, weUU i
Sweet . planting' d'epends mainly
BViAb Da Berlin i wbi'k i4h ; tre is
tak)a( BVostperapns Suppose; that j
iftheV peserre'tb larger Toots; the tree j
pttt.-Sv It "4bj'nimkli" fibrous
tMttf 1bat spring frdtt the larger' ones",
and tba boodle i of little ; roots . that
pspitndnBteiifUnffelt':,ba maip' siem::fbf
tb3 tow;. thatfgoi to(rork' 4mih,ediafea j
lihmd'ieed' aiidusUia' the., trett' lfj
fs re of; hadl xbWkenV'or Jttei j
surfaces cbafd, the tree has little or no
mwii' of (Immediate support .and will !
ite.- '
It is much better So Spaa good deal
at -4jmaVii taking p and aetting'sii J
fflweslndBav . them all Jive, "thajfjto
lakes ap) and set twelve hurriedly and
ltise 'ohe- half ' "bf them' IJiewprk j
aoald? banotnmeneed Yarther from the i
4m-)han is uauAVBirind the. extremity
of. a roo; .tbpn4-,trace t to tbe tree; 1
digging under it, and saving 'all the)
cover them with" soil again to keep them
from sun and wind. .. .
. The hole jn.HrbiciB her tree' is ,td. be
set should "be amply' larger aad the' soil
loosened to., lbe. depth of a! foot pr
Wgbteen inches. The soil flpon whtcb i
b roots axe --spread '' out ought to -b a .;
gtwff 16am,' and IT mixed with i. fine
compost 1 manure;' o much the ' better.
The" drainage shoiiJ4 'Sack thai, the
water wilt not emain lefts iif thef ' holes
in which the - trees are set jV. - JS. ,
r,Ra3uBY,UI(l PfcAST DoBINftWlNTBRw
A '"titerB 1 the1,, :IdpJ?lotond
fmaigut'fpiet i aa :-acont.f iis ex
iirlencehio iwii)terine ' gexanluin's" Jj
Wiyhlm-Wfctrencl'trnJeT'grenndl !
Jxilow Abe -Keacb,- of frost... The -ijresult '
Wf s cmjte suwasfiiL ypnly. twq, pianp
out of 'fifty having decayed when dag
outrtbi.; Jastpf AP'U,T' '-' '
Tbtf trench should be made irf a loca
tion where no watex. can, remain, at, the
deptlrUf-iwivreekwbelow' 4b level ttiat
being the- depth at, which the trench
ought to be dug the, plants, Jaid in by
ATmAHoW theB-covVred Hritb
straight tTwsf set se' as io- carry off
water, and thea covered -with earth, ac
cording to the .climate,, to ,a depth suf
ficient to keep but frost; iniating off in
a ridge or roof shape to carry off vratef
Covering the 'plants over the straw :
first wjtb boarda set in a ridge form and
thea hesplDg on earth, we think, would '.
render preesnre less, liable, and tend to
keep"a 'more' open1 circulation in ;the t
treecb, and ' thus lessen the liability to '
damp or decay ; iJbut with a little care
Jn this way we see, do reason why any
half Lardy plant may not easily be kept
over winter, in this manner."'.';,;' '. '. '.
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HUMOROUS.
-The'followipg interesting ticks are
all susceptftle of eiplanatioir on natur
al principles, and-ntrparent csn consist
mUy object to them OA the ground that
tfceti is -ithiawrontf boueewr-i-j
The tricks are' not only healthy.but are
. perfectly sure in their results, and thns
Late an advantage oyer; other kinda of.
parlor, jnrgkr 1 ., , ot.
aTtrn,0NfTincC.MT8b two
hW-gaflphrsfeJlt .wiiVe ' ones aijd
(ha Jhtatrnribesi aelaatia atang aesd a,
worstpn aeji H canJM:frnrftUVpaSi
the cord through the. two. holes 'of 'the
BpRtO&tn rta rive ttrTt gdl
IV 1 w . W (a .
Now let a lady seize the spittoons; aiild
sliding each to taa opposite end of tlie
efcrarfrMf fWVm IdgmBerVWUTf 'ih4
floor. This, Jrjck eaaijy jpejqformed;
and will -excite aaasiderable applanafJ
jaiTmirMmntri rToift th irf" trick'
pWrfi-yba me'apeaHnaBdleia,
ry.jnwjifl" lengM juarpeft jne, ywp
enda.of vtW.atick and then, tr vi to- crush
mndy4t-itber between Torif' hands
V WTW .Willflnd, impossibU.-.tp
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
niiift-.il (t in CJ,ERK'8 OFFICE,
!! , ;. . '.. , , COLCMBUS. 0 Oct: I 1868.L !
Wntlft tn van. that rtrrwtftrf : nl h,v)uwH
lBBi.(utd 4- Dm Citw Uo until of Colnnbn. fur
wBKiDR ioiiowii s improTemeauvtB-inu;i-,w ,
Fnr gndint and paiyiithe on pared sidewalks,
tatters and erpesino on Third Veet f rum orth
treat lo Htih r'ablWrane. " .
l, vr rpavinriB naawaiKa-aeiam cMtwt ia
of Front atreet from ln norths ait comet of root
Alsovfortcnirallaataatk !Tatl frata't Slictk
amiar nauta rtnteMi rrotai suet
tna.,-K t;ji -f.rnit t
lina aodararelinc tba roadira of
nm Hiib atreet to Water street, ' I
illdlnr -a 'doable 'tow tM-otoint
itraavw ravenip atrari
Maora ttraet from
Alan. U boildlnr
aoroaa MAblMtiaatoB thaaaat slilaidf Uiatvatasetl
i Also, to-tupvav aad stake off. Sooth atreat frnia
East Public Una. to tba saltern .bcundnrj X tba
it') ;s cf It iv -Tli. :')
1 be same to be dona In accordance wta' Tlttl
ano eiiimate' tobe praparad by tbeUtvi Cwil, Kn
am- er. and filed in toe union of tha.tJitr
l lae ,;itjr viera
1AH fraonHimlnit Uanatet Oil accodnt bf sai
DToDoaetl ImDroTemanta. are reanired to 41 lhi r
claims in the office of tba Ulark, '.) writiaav'on nf
before the iiXtb. da,, of, i .December.! Aj Di
7o nfF-.: rTViJwttAArf
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Paving Notice.
to altmHommM tkf ttmctrn-f e taw r
,t00 OC TVll .
Wotiee tg herebTCien. that Dmceedineahare h
aoautBiea ia uisayitjr voanauot voinmaa,rrmak
ina tbe followiDt-imDToTementi.to-wit: 7 . t
ror trading tba north bail of f arrj akreev from
Bieh atreet to the eorporation -line.- . , ,.
Also, for aradfna and Davine the aattera and
radin -ana tnavetln tfaa roadway aad aide
mi m Mound atreet frotaoWaahuigton aveona
to tba aaat line ol lot No. 16. .
Also. for a doable row flat; atone parement acrosl
Bonne atraaa noa- toe watatd of Uiaa atraet.
.. Xha same to be aoae in accordance withpiateand
estimates to be oreoared b the CitT Civu fineie-
eer. ana niea IP tne omce 01 tne titj tJierc , .
All persoBt eiaiminc eamaaes on account of aald
DroDeeed rmoeoTenaarjta. -are- reanired to iLa rlieir
olaima in the office of the Clerk, in . writinf, oa or
oeiore u xmeeniu oar. oi , uecemoer. A, if
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E. WILSON. f
i K Uity Ulerk.
Paving Notice.
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:t 31 :tlJ VITV CLERK'S toFTICB.
CobVMBrS. . No. , 1688.(1
nonoaia neraoTiiTeu tnat proceeoinaa nara oeen
instituted in the ,Cit Council of . Columbaa, for
For laying' a double row -Sag stooe crowing acroes
Center aileron tbe north aide of Lone atraaa. 1 '
. Also, for bnildinc a double row flat crossing
across Svatn rablio lane at the- west aide ot fiib
atreet.
Also, for building doable row flur crowing
serosa South atreet at the wast aide oC High atreet.
The tame to be done in accordance with piauend
timatej to bCDmiered br the UitrUiTUtncinecr
and filed in the office of tbe City Clerk. --:
AH oeraonaelaimiaadaniaaaa on-aecettnt bf said
claims in tbe office of tfie Clerk, in. writing, on or
iniurf u I wvBlJ-flllu vay in vnmnucr( a. xr.
0Ti-dltaw4w
City Clerk.
Paving Notice. Paving Notice.
To aavkotw.it ma veoncr: : j . y
. UTI ULGKla.! UrriVE. -f
frnS :m CoLtTMBUS. 0'ITo. 1. less. I
Notice iaherebr siren. thatDroeeedirm have been
instituted .in the Cit Council of Columbus, foi
makiog the following improvements, to wit: - .
Knrirdinr an4 narini, the m rjared sidewalks.
gut ten and crossings on the west side of Washing
ton Tenae from the aorth aide of Hatten rlaeato
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Ml, Willi HUB UI UlJIIICma pr ; " ' J
Also, for retarinsr High atreet frim Pen atreet
V tbe eorporatioB line. 1 .
fAlao. for aradinr aad oarinc wltB boaltlen the
roadway of i'uolio alia from Filth atreet to giath
street. 1 . , '..--( .,"'-
' Thesametobe dona in accordance with tbe plats
and estimatea te be-nrenared brthe City Civil Kb-
gineer. aad gled in the offiee of the City Clerk. i
All persona claiming oaraacea on account 01 sua
DroDoeed imDroement . are reanired to -nle tbeir
alaitnt in the office of tbe Clerk, in writing, on or
before the First day of Janua . A. 1869.
Li. Vf IL1BUJX, . i
D0Tl9-dlUww . - -..-,H r City Clerk
BOOK BINDERIES.
a lij-.i ?;icu600,000
BOOkS WASTED. 'M:
, .AVEr.Y0U- ,(
ANT BOOKS. IriaO IZIflES; SHEBT
ix , MDIC Ac Ao, that yoa-wish to have
Wnnlid.iu a nir.n firm hindina. nroni TtJ . t irw
prices? Bocks sent for and returned to any part of
tbaeity by (iring notice through poiiolfioe, or at
tne ...1 i', ''"-! :.
FranLllri'' Steam Book;' Binder j
On ef th largeai and past appaiuted Binderie ia
thecitate,, .v... ... 1., -r 1 ,. t.i.,
Keama 34. 268S Ifartli Hlah Street,
CQrer, Jdeurs. Nerins k Mjrer. aad Statetmaa
BLANK books I - ; l,-";T;. L ' ;
: Xo''Bt'AWlat ' BOOBS!! V f
nrBLANK BOOKS! !
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to the lowest, printed If desired,-rated and' bonnd
to acy requimdpMuira, sad superior workmanship,
t the lowest prices- . . , . . - . -.
'. Orders fr-Ma Connty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
woo all Officer requiring SDVKHOR BLANK
HUOK.S. will be eiecutee-promptiy, with our per-
aonal attwotaox V ; 'l . r
Xpur patronage respectfully solicited
v a?B? a VtraD..
. oXS-deerlCm
iiM 1ST' Proprietor.
SlfitfBRT & X.ILLBT,
Blank.tBook ' Masofactiirers,
vi i PRINTERS. BINDERS MttT PUBLISHERS: ' -'
Special attentioa paid to manafactaring first claas
of arery desoriptioB, with or without printed Head-
...... ....... . .. . ' t inaa. for . m i -; ;t .r - :
COVHTT brFIOKRg, MERCHANTS, MAMFF ACTUBIEa
" itxias, itiuoiD coaraniiB, to,
A" Knit Beta of Kooks made on ifesrt notice.
warranted to t ire perl act aatislaction. m ,.i ,
OPER HOUSE : BUILDING,
prll aoulr kl 21 u" pOLUMSVS. OB1&. '
'. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ,
F.JV& - i. - LESQUEREUX
r.t .1.. fi at n ' it -. . i t -
; IMPOKTIB AWD DaALJEKS to" ' I
w-iKH- tl M .''""I 1 J '! a-.it-
W: A" X C H V E S .
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JEWELBT. "
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'"":!' ';"'hiiirER mm::'?. '?,T-;
PLATED WAKE,
CANES.,; .
.i:if.n ;r jo r;
(CIJTl4ERT,(
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POCKET-BOOKS and 1 ' : '
-.ii-. S 'OPERl 6MSES
,, r IS ENDLESS YXRlSTYr-y; ii
Keep oonstantly on hand a large assortment of -
Sella Thwaaaariguad Wateir vioeaw
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
1. li- 11' ' ' or tne -; t .1 1 .1
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK. COMPABTi
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watob. Glaas-
es (Frenoh ana ueneva) in laiisuppiy ai
,., r luw rates.
aar All ordera promptly filled And tatisfacUon
goaxanteed. 1 - tl . .
T , F. A. A L. LE8QUEREDI, 1;
febla-Bodly No. 71 South High at., Columbus,
FURNITURE.'
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MiaaABL HALM . , CHARLES C. BBU.QWS,
., . 0. F". 1. BCTLKB. , v,l,.j
IIAIiItl, BELLOWH Ac 'BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
NwS. 816 Ac 8 18 SwUtlt Mitrb Ht.
CPHJiaitca. ohio.'
I Their tsitmtiv Jlcmvactary it at (As bof ot
SoutA tfr(. tut (At CatvUJ ; .
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiaotnre
PARLOR." BEDROOM, DININGPOOM.' HALL, AMD
KITCHEN FURNIlURcf ";
V all alasse and every design of auoerlor work
manship and finish. Also, Cane-Heat Chairs of
very description, ViBOiesaM aad Jtetail,- ; t .1
febb-deodlT N)A ht.6 i 4 ' ;t
AWVH .lo -
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id Wfc sill iinot"t4 J'J .TV'
lo-id cdli Miifl bm ,wiii i nl i-hx
ujig ailT .L tiind y!9TJ7 yt"d aid I'nn
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isa Jon Jod ,boind xliUiahJariO') oJn
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t, il ui i nIJuus ti-ivi )')i- sail
'u'W li ,11' ;!"" iio.fi: .finll lo no
r. i'jilJ fut fifiii n )-m win isiiiT'l t'l.n(
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The attenUoa , the Boaineca Publis cailed to
the superior faoilitjea of this Establiahment.
We hare in constant aae
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Eleven Striani'::Pdwef,T.Pr6sses
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ii ,lat,ii lit
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BEST, AND LATEST "3 KINDS
And bur Bbillty.'to gat'bui wciri'rjroniptly Is1 .
l.'J'. A 1 .1 air..-. rs,.. -ti-.X '
auxpaaaeia in too it cab. n . uv 1
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maiie anaiLiona ao Dtuatnaar
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1 1 i ,inlAl H-'i-; :iI. vil lii-rt no
PEINTIlTGlTYFES,
vsita rt ". !J ft! -jf-tit'il :
nlifi!1 !i.rr- .
-lot aJ.i,i-jrxi ul
1ml ,i i.-!st-.-.y
And we feel eonfident, to..satisy all who may gira
. us a call, war target on ta 01 type enaoie us
nr! .if . ' . .in.L tndomU kinda of :Y'- "' :1
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BOOK FJJlMTiiG I
tit A ,ifJi "I t f.'.in ViiTi -M "it.Iwit'iif.t.J
.- lfi .Vf.T.Hf? .'in''
n the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
all the attention of those wanting anything
!.--,. lathis ine to the ".
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ELEGANT SPECX9IEN8
: That w a.-ire exeeiaUd io a . jpMt , f ( :
.a-tinl
JOB PRINTING !
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The reputation of this Bonse for fine Jod Printing
ia well- known te th fnuiheea eoaaaiunity.
,kI i.f Employing, aa we do. Bone but tba -Mil
V -i,;hi 1 S . ; ' t j -'--..- .(?-i .'i!!:!?.
Best of ' Workmen,
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(I Jon 5 1 a .i- i.:i!.: 1 7. X - ..'-..(",
Aad Baring a full aaaortment of th
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L ATEST anal CHOICEST
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TYPE,
MY lHi. :! If P i-if
'"We "will guarantee the 'utmost tatisfaotionj
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,7. ALL,KIU1)3 OF.,'.
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Mercantile,'" f-"-
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.Railroad, fj t -.;!
""' 1'lll"'nalr;Br1H,i!;1i':'1 '
awtalin abaa. a Bass
Cornmerclal
Printing,
Bill Eeadf,-' Cards, "
. il tlM tat Aiil
Circulars, ' i Letter Heads,
-""Vc I I f , 1 -'? r.'" -- tlT''-, -ir i ii i
Blanks f an kinds, ' Cheeks, ;"J
irafis,i:'i;;;ic.,'ic
IJTJIUU.'J
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EJERY,, KI!H 0F"30B PRINTING
;',: r ' r r irfr7.
VUJ.J V. .a wwa naaa V.1 a
-r-r,.!i- - r,,. ?
Wa also keep oa band a larger (took of
hperOihlQihds
Thaa any other Printing flouse in the ci'.y such as
8aper K-avftl, WeaHwaai, ' J
I - -r:i!Hi 'il.tir'il ,l'l' 'V'lt'.i i ." "i" i
Gnpi v: .--if i.ii;V letter auB-tt "1
Note" ; i -:!3EaToi,i3
i..., n hi in-. ..,.. -i.uitKifi
Of the beak Qualities, aad. purohaaing them aa wt
i i de,dir jrtly from the manufacturer, we are - !
'l-i . - enabled o do dot work at correspond-1 : -i
Ingly low rates. -.We are Bol. ; i
,!i'i.i!ii'- vii nAganta for thai .!-ni -v. .
l.ii :; iim- .': i " uf !. in,. :i !' 1i-tc .il
'"ELEBKAtED' FAPEE3,; 'OTf-'.','.
' : i v 1 1 -1? ' iiu li ' f ' -'' A -wf i ;
PJLATNER & POBTEB;
- :s l:t-j;i 'r. ' .-'ii. i: . t'.I ;-fl!il
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BLANK -BOOKS.
Wa partianlariy eaH attention to the Blank Books
maaufaeturad by us. , Wa an prepared to
',phi.. :.:iUaUprdexsjfor:
-i! .l"..!oLiuii.'i; ,'..,:; f -.i' l.:.i-'t
' J"OVaJ"V"l vl sat.
n.-li
. CamiIx, Booliua
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooki are all dona in the test style' of paper, rul
ing and binding, and weoha leage competition in
thisline. , , .. 'l .(t-,:. - i (-.!.
GIVE U H. A2C ALL.
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NEVINSaS. MYERS,;
.!.. iff - I - ' ;ni.TS--illi
SO, SS A 4 Rorts.r.l11'1 Street,
-,-. ci
(lid
COUJMBUB.-
liKlfl
WmtOfBlyna Court of Common Pleas
r wi
at 8 o'clock P. M.-rrHnrH da, the following d
anbetaaeeaejtM.wirptriaaHilaweMlMBity. Sta
of .Ohio.towit:
1 Lot number aawaMaf A'anbiHriainn of ontlota it
t,the,it ot-Colunibui. .nnmhara. fifLr-nine-(59).
1 : . 1 A .m ni 1. . ' . j ; .7r ii : .
sixty tow ana Bixir-one (eu; Biaae 07 amuei srH
aary, as per plat thereof recorded in book ut, page
(Wa, na. saoorap -ot eeda of aaut oount.r,
Lllu.MIll lllllinD OVUTCJOlt 1,U TT 1 1 1 l&IU O
(ThO-nosH: -Baldwin, by deed dated April
1. icwu. n -. w-,t v.,v.n f
Tfr'ms or Sale One-third cah on da of rale,
'orf-th Ird In cue cfcr, and eoe-third in-twneara
1 abiereatert arlth .iqlerret (roinaid dJ of sale, the
. deferred oarjnents t be seeBTdb mortgage upon
hi0ptidBeSlt,a))aiio-)'jf! lli.'l r. 9V.'a sinl 1 ,
jUii'riBtef'fks13 7a. t si1) 10 w!vv- t'f i
uiiUNit, a. ,a.tt,UA..anBrtn,; -
a 1 1 ii.l in'i . u i- in inn1; j
jif.ii;,i ia f'Snenli b Sale.' -i! :
-:i'l1 9:Vt,iAnrt,Vnii' il'S T!Al,Hr Af flnmmnn
lu mi iii vw-ii'iMW.ilsilSPlBaaaf Franklin
,Cvtistopher lineewateTial ooanty ;l .i-, j '
i.TNvt'tlRKCAKflii eV AN ORDBR OF 8 ALE
..A jo the ebove atatedeaae from -said court tpfipe
directed, I will offer for sale at publio auction at
' Vhedoor of the court house, in the- crt of Colum-
-1busj au ul u:iJ ii.U , , nV: Jii di i
Saturday, the 19th davof December, A; D.
Inl noiJiw-ili'-l Uiirfai8oajj) ii.-'i! lm I j
'& o'cl'ocki Sf, 'the lYoWini1 descrlVed 'proper
y. to-wit; Situate in the eoanty of rranklin and
.totasaOf Oha o-witi n ,-.i . rt ' I - i-.-i3 !
i jmh nfi. ii. v"' f .vii" i-iiuii. r imiiiiivii i i.
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to tbeeily pf
Volumbai, Ohio, said premises conveyed to said
Ckris opfaer Krreewater by John Q. MoOufiay aad
.ila b deed oa'eo siaran.twtaiA- aA, Jpi.,,in.
feSfwi.''''"-"''-"'
-(in ;: .i f.:... " OKO.' rT.' EARHART, SheHlT,'
i By J ft. flea J,, Ueput r ; lm.n. n II .-iiiH
AJUVAI-WVUlZa . ..,.( J f ir. , , d -.
'' JH' ',Shrlii'Sae.i:':i:';.,,'V'
Newell P. Mix, - ) Court. ofCpmnron Plea
vs ' ' of '
Michael EugeVef al. ' 'w Franklin eoanty.
T'VI PDRStJAMJB Or A ORDER OF S ALE IN
I the ihnTfl stated fi.ne frflttl said conrt. to ma
directed, I will a' er for sale at the door of the court
hooat, in tba city of Columbus, en'1 -i " "
-SatufdaV, the 28th dav of KoveraterJAT.
Ki c1 : ' " i 1868. !
af l'o'clock P: M the following described real es-
"'tatei to-witr' 11 ' ' 1 ' '
-i.Th.aneth half ot loa number seven ia Bora A
Jennies' add tioa to tb city of Columbus, Ohio, as
per recorded Plat tnereoi recoraea in piai recora
fio, 1. rage 175, being the same premises conveyed
-tesmld Magdalens Kneel by titnh VV iggins, by deed
'dated Mam ltb. A. P IMt, .,-, 1ki-ii, J..:!-tJ
Pr1nr.1.fn " """St ' '
-US0KOE H. EARHART.
. . SheriS and Al aster Commissioner.
J'By X.'B. Brmi.' Depatr. ' - ' ' '" ''
ti J.:Wl BaiJiwim, Atfy. i : -oeta4-dltwtd:
Administratrts'a 1 Sale ! of
IN PURSUAKCuf OJP A rt v ORDER. OP THE
Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, I
will offer for sale, art paHlie auction, on
Vfehmtaaaji ilie '3a'.Iiiy or Ie
" ccmbrr, Ai V I86s, '".."'
tiUiill'tt't i in - ..i"'..l :1
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, upon the premises, tbe fol
lowing described real estate, situate in the city of
Col n m batvaetrnty f Franklin md Htatef Ohio,
te-wits - t -'i ..-"i
' Being the north half (tf fc) of fraction No. S and
lot No. A, commenoing 31M feet from the southwest
corner of fraction number three and lot Ho. 4 ia
South Columbus, and from thence north 78 deeteea,
"east 1 87 X feet to an alley; tbence with the west
fine of said alley north 13 degrees, west 31 i feet;
thence westerly direction and parallel Willi the
first line 1WX feet to the east line of Front street;
tbence a southerly direction and with the east line
'of ront atreet 31 feet to the place bf beginning,
being tbe north hall of said lot Ko. 4 in said frao
4ioaMevS' : . ; o - '.-"l ."
Appraised at 1J0O. v.. .. ..t i,..,
,' Terms of Sale One-half cash iu nana., and the
ether ore-half in one yrar from' the day f sale
witb inter eea, tbedeferred payaaent te be secured
by mortgage noon the premises aoM. t . . :,i.v
. CATH AR1NS E. SILBERNAGLE. , ,
Administratrix df Adam riilbernasle, dee'd.
Wm. L. IIbtl. her Att'y. . nov21-dltw4w-''
infcr
KlhWSv'l
ril S3d.
Probate Noliee--Scttlement j of
-v.z . vji';j: ,Ti..i AcCOUntS., ..,;-.;'.f
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TlHE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS HAVE BEEN
filed ia the Probate Court of Franklinconnt,
Ohio, for rettlement, and will be for bearing on
Tuesday. December l&th: A. 0. 188. to-wtt i
r. The first aocoant of John Lisle, executor of Peri
eial Adams, deceased; first account of .Catherine
K. Siibernaale, administratrix of Adam Silberna
gle. deceased; seeond Seeown of -Henry Ridenour,
admiuistrtor cf John Ridenour, deceased; senond
accounts o( Austin Funk, gnardian f !t arlotte,
George W.. Edward A.' and Wesley H. Timmons;
third accounts of Susannah Kramer, guardian of
Amanda, Samuel K.- and alary A. Kramer; third
accounts of John Bouman, guardian. of lAbsalom.
Abraham and Klizabeth Good; third account of A.
C. Hanes. administrator of K. A. Stanley, deeeae
ed; final account of A. W.. Graham, administrator
of E.F. Maloney, eceased; fine' acoouot of Jobn
Van Ton, executor of James Harris, deceased;
final aeoeant of K. W. Pegg. guardian of William
Westervelt; final account of Jacob Bowman, guar
dian of -Leah Good, and the final account of John
G. MeGafiey, guardian of Laura Medary. ' '
. ,, iv- JOBJS M. PCGBVi.ll
" Columbus. 0 Nov. 17. 183. Flo bate Judge..
non8-w2w ""
. tt ilirrrr, lairf 'inl.
' VVindow, Glass Warehouse.
;1.
5EN;ATSJIlT;;H.;'(SH0EMiiKEB,
Horn. 90S, SOT, 209 A '911 It. ilh St,
;,d ; f PHILADELPHIA:
1 !
IUrOBTIB OF .
c, French and English Window Glass.
French Plate Glass for Windows.
I r-
French Looking Ulass Plates.
Bammereai'laiafiiasaforitilryiigwta.M r
. . . - . " Floors. ....
J Colored And Ornamental Church Glass. 1
- FluteiG ass f os Conservatories,- every six and
thickness.. .. n i-,,-.i i.,ii ;iti n
Br the Original Case, Box, or Single Light, -v.'.
Square or out to any Irregular Shape.
nov21-w3m-CP
, Licensed by the United States AuthoritieaJ
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS.-WO LKNS.
COTTONS. CARPETING. BOOTS and
SHOES R1LVER-PL ATBO 'WARi,
... WATCHES. SEW INii, MACHINES,
- 7 CUTLERY, Ac?. Ac.
i : . . .'. .''y
To be sold at the avenge price of 1 1 jOO Facia.
Our commissions for clubs exceed those of ntber
establishments, and our g'lodsare warranted to give
satisfaction. Clubs of Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from 3 to aiOO. New Cireniar
and full particulars sent free - re. .IS t a L.til
It AN Ac 40- ttansvtr at . Boatoar,
mas; ' ' ' '. noTl3-w4t-rB-r .
!A; NEW vPRICE LIST
i.ji.'i.'.: .! Is issued this month by the " '' ,"'"' '
masox & bahIiuhgan co;,
and will be sent, post paid, te every applicant, con
taining announcement), of .'ii-' -.,(
NEW STYLES OF ORGANS,
...ima
REDITCBD
Foac-Ootave Organ, Solid Walnut Case. 450.
" Five-Octave Uouble Reed -Organ, Five Stops,
Solid Walnut 0ee. carved and panelled. K6.
. Other styles at proportionate prices. Warero-ims,
154 Trcmont street, Boston 5 Broadway. New
xork. ,.''.. '' . ,novi7-wH-PKT j
FOR ONE vr1" ""V" TT aV
Legal Notice.
ASA .CtfOMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Cromer did, on the Sri day of Kovein
esri 1868. file herpetitioa in the office of tbe Clerk
t the Court ot Common Pleat, within and for the
county of Franklin and Slate of Ohio, charging
tbe sai 1 Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last past, and
asking that she, may be, dirareed from said 'sa
Cromer, andtbat she be allowed reasonable alimo-
n,wt ich petition will stand for hearing at the
next term of said Court. ,
Dated NoveAAer 4th, 186B. - . . . i
.
. t SODSAN CROMER.
. By W."A. PuBTLBBAUaH, her Att'y. noy3-6w .
. 1 m. "."a V, 'a' .1,1
..,,'..,... juercnanis uanka, . i
NOTICE lSHtKEBVGlVEX TO THE
boldert ef the outstanding notet'ot the Mer
h.nts' Bank of Matdillon, and all others concerned
oat in pursuance to tbe provisions of the 41?t see--ton
of the charter of raid Bank, that application
jill be made to tbe Auditor. Treasurer and Seere-
iry of State to surrender the Bonds deposited to
eenre tne circulation ot said Bans alter tne expi
ation of sin months from this dale. -- "
..... - : '.i.i-,.i .".! : I. BTEKBE.Preat.': I,
O I I I 1 I'T ,.,. .
" Hasaillon, May 18,' 1868.
. 9. a. vaaoier. , j
i , ', . . , . uS-w6m
j, 1.! WBbtirn Rbbbrvb Bank,)
, ; WabrsiT, Ohio, August 1ft.. 1884. .
VTOTICK IS" HEREBY GIVEN I To THR
. 1 holders of the outstanding notes ef the late
vefltern neserve dshk, ana w an otner parties in-jrei-ted.
that after the expiration of six months
rum una aaie, appnca.iow will oe mane to tbe Au
Jtor. secretary and Treasurer of State, to mrnn
er to said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
atstanding circulation oi saia Bank, in pursu
nee of the forty-fifth (48) section of an sot entit ed
An act to incorporate, the State Bank ef Ohio,
ud other Banking Companies,'' passed February
m ' mKI?3. President. ;
"HvB. Tatt-wb, Cashier. - l -August
19, 188. ,-. .k . aogS8-wm ,
nOIUlTI HO tKB' SCHOOL EXAltll.
J NERS' MEETINGS, The Board ot School
- xaminersof Franklin county meet at the Probate
ourt Room on the last Friday and Saturday o
ach month in the year. Also, on the second Fri-
ay and Saturday of thespiiug and fall months. '
.aprW-wU , , .:..-.- . rn'., . ..! i
mSCi?MANEOUS
.S,,,,-.u.,wl3V-?TjlSJ,Jn., 1
iilffll
I sill ilimr; xyiiiaL .HT ma - riiltf.'i
Tlllt'iy ole suppif tni aUadJ 'occasVoneaby
baine',,,'''on,tnr orasiag patreaarv.fiwa.ihav re-
oentlymade importations lor the Fall Trade. diiett
A.lfrom!a'0P4' -iir faeturers, . 'H iV f.rj
amonnting" w ''Nearly ""SSQtr.ooo,
so that we are prepared to soil every description
f Dry aiid bamiy.Coadvilier.lflatea Waee, Cub-
lery,watcnes,lbuin4,yew,irt. Aqef fiojter qaal
tty than1 arr uth-eV 'KotieeTn' in 'P'b country for th
WMferm Drieeof AS E OOiiLAR FU 19 fr ACS AR.
XlCLE The best oCUoaton and tiew.York refer
Mooet itWen M to the-reliab-htr of our h"nse. And
(.biiipur busjnesisoouduold..in fhe fairest nd
most1 legillnrate manner possible, and that wt
give greater value' 'fer.theTatffiej thaDVCBnt Seea
tained in any "tK-r aar. All tiuoos damased oi
broken in trannpoctation replHocd ithpucherge
CheeTrs descrfbing' arrrcles' Void serif to 'agents is
Clubaiat.nwas mentioned .bojow.r We guarantee
every articl" to.oost lesth.n if bought at an Bos
ton or tiewi ITork Wboloiahs Heua. h ,t.jui: ',
OurCmrTtissibns tbiAgvlcitte
aVa.aad thaaa of evar, ether. MtablMb'finut df. tiia
,ki id, proof of this can be found in comparing oui
premiuam wita- itwe'oi otner tor- viuos' of rot
sameaise, ia additoa ta which; wa, ojniiuite ie
better goods' of the sfcmA Oharactei- We will send
(oAktote treeof cBntxe.H'ii jiii ..if 1i. n.l -n.a .
For a Club of ao akp( Tbrei Hqllabs 1 dos.
good Ivneo tibTit Vrmitaf 1-set S61id' toid- Stur:
all Wool Caawwtasvw4wrwlllil lie white Counter-:
pane, large size; 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 20 yards
browgr:ori hlaafcbe .1 vetinsf, AuaS haaltty. yar
wiae; eiBinfc iuu rumuauuruOTVuuiiDa rooto.
Album: 1 double lens Stereoscope an 13 Foreign
.Viewat aiaHeerplattd engraved -bottfe Castnr; t
elegant Silk ran, withTlery. ss barulal .Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork. verybest quality. iory bal
ainote kandtBHt baadsoma beaded-and Uaed Para
sol: SO yards good Print; 1 very 6ne Damask Table
Cover! 1 pair bevt quality Ladies'- Srge-Cngrese
Boou; I d"ea hae Linen Tuwels; X doxen Rogers'
best Silver Dessert Forks; 1 Ladies' Iarse real Mo
rocco 'Jrareiine Bast 1 fanoy Ureas Pattern, g
dozen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Ringa.
I doxen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring; 1 pair L
'diea bigb cut Haluiorat Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Drees Pattern; 1 Violin and bow, in box eomplett;
1 set Jewelry, pin. eaxdaupa, and sleeve buttons.
Fob a Cltjb of so and Fivb Bollaks 1, black
or colored nlpaces Dres pattern; i set -Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; Engraved -bUrer
plawd 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful .Wri
ting Desk? 1 solid Geld Scarf Pint IX yards' very
fine Cassiuierefor Fa ts and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with stiver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras , beavdyheaded and liaed
with silk; 1 pair Genu Calf Boo s: 30 yards good
Print; 34 yards good brows or Weaeswd Sheeting.
ard wide or AO yards J-ferds wide, good quality; 1
adies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag-1 square
Wool Sbawli 1 plain Norwich Foolin" lre?s rat
tera. IX yards double width cloth, for Ladiest
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards doable width water proof cloth for Cloak'tig'
Fob a Club op lot AW) Tin Dollars 1 rich
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern;. 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to matoh; ! pair
Geata' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher; ve-y fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladiea' Cinakr 1 web very beat quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; 7X yards fine iCassimere for
suit, h -e'erant Poplia Ore's Fatten; 1 elesant
English Berage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful F.ngliak
Berate Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and f orks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-case
Watch; 1 llartlett Hand Portable Sewing II ac bine;
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages; 25 yards good Hem
Carpeting, good colore; 1 pair good MarsailleQailti
1 goods barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Mull and
Cape; 1 sinale barrel Shot Gun; 1 silver plated en
? raved S bottled Revolving C-ftor, eut giasa. bot.
Irs: 1 very fine Violin and 3ow. in cas ; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks, i ,". ,i . '..-.ir. ..
Presents for larger Clubs increase in tbe samt
ratw.
H A" Send Money by Uegistered Letter e . rj.,r
W fend for our new Fall Circular,
-i-air Caialcgpeof Uaodsent many address rsaa
-il, V., t 'oPAItIiER AcC,i!i'
Nos 96 and 1U0 Summer street, Boston,
' PBlep8-wl2w ' . .
PHIOl(;; SAW.WORKS.
Patent Greunt Cireniar Saw ...
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND AND KIF.6AWS. ,...
RSPAIXfNO CaRBFULLT AND FBOifPTLT DONB,
" ' WUODHUUIill Ac McPAHLIS, ' -
-, y r ' ''i-Hamil'trti. Ohio, and "''
raciories . j gjg . M We, 7JjMt.( CinoinoatLO.
rr arennnse. li it it iv est zn s tree t, Cincinnati, u.
TOR fJUOX LIST .i.i! paa.p&-w3a.'
MONEY SAVED,
:!!,.(,!
ilii una
.ififru lii i-'-
Wa are eonatantlvnuronaMnff for cash in thaNaw
loraana Dostou oiaraeis, an aiuaa ui
DRV AND FANCY GOODS. SI LKS,'fOTTO8
. BOOTS-A! D SHOES. WATCHES. ShW.--.,
iNG MACHISES. C'JTLEuY. DRESS .
.z : Ti JiOODSt LOMEST1C GOODS.' - " '
Wbldrwe are actually selling at an aver 'reprice
of One-Dollar fair' K.ch Article, Our
tales being strictly for cash, and our trade much
larger than tbat'OI any otner similar -concern, en
ablet us te give better bargains than can be obtain
ed bf any other house.
THE1TADIE9
Are especially invited to give us a trial.' ' 1 :'
Saits ron a Circular and Exobanob List.
Our club system of se ling is as totlowst For tS
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
20 different articles ta.haauld for a dollar each: 40
for (4: 60 tor f6; 100 for $10. Ac. Sent by mail.
Chnsttnt larger than that oftrtd bf any other
firm, according to size ol club. Single lounlain
end check, 16 cents. Male and female scent want
eds fctsttst MeiBeV itt Keg-leredl.tera.
Send as a trial clnb, and ou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
.kis. tnereter, . KENDALL'
l!) . ' . .-- ) 85 Uajio.arstreet,Boston,Alasai'i
DB-lu2-w6m , ,, . .
THE PLACE TO. BUY
LAMPi.OODSy
Kerosene Cbandelims. '-, ' ' ' iT
. , ... j . Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps.
, Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
The newest and best kinds o Burners. Chimneys.
Wicks, orfsnttbing in the liamp line, tor Ugnting
Churches, Halls or Dwellings, is at r,
.... McHENRY A C .S Depot. . , :,
A ar. e v..,, irnP,f, . A ino iflin km.!
Cincinnati.-
-,!' u CAS FIXTURES, i, . -
Gas Chandeliers, -i'j ., .; . ; -;! 'I
sin l.tgnw, ...
Braoket Lights, i'-' : ,!((( tfi.
. PortaMe Lights.
ii . i. r- Ceuingand - .
iii .1 :ii!tl:.-. window Reflector tights,
i. .r ... -t.. Shadee.Hlobea.. -
Smoke Bella,
Or anything in the Uas rix'ure line, teat w ' i
U i . n.r.u.McHliiiK:, ,COy8 Dyswa,-
1P1PE' AND FITTINCS.
Wranght-iroo Pipe (Plain or Galvaoliedli '
. Cast-iron Soil Pipe, , . . r
Stone and Cement Drain Pine.
ii
:
Villi
li'.fl
i t i,..i-.t : in Malleablaand :ag iron Fittinga,
Steam Valves, Stopcocks, .
-iKi' Vi v : :ii -1 -.. (jar. Service. and .
... u-f : Meter (Jocks, Ac, Ae
Ur anything in the ripe or r. itting line, is at
: . McHENKY a CO.'H Depot. .)
. Nos. 8 East Fourth and 182 Main street, ,
.j-.-.yi - ... . - - . .-. ....
Pumps & Plumbers'" Codds.
Cistern and Well Pomps. 1
,-i Adf t anoVFeree Pampa, 't-' i i . if.
Beer Pumps. iarden Pumps, Ao..
:!;:ii Js Mo -i i, Bath Tabs. Closets, - .1,h!
V) asb-sunds, vyasn.f rayi
Bath Boilers. Hiuks,
Ac, As
Everything in the above line,; whole
... m., a, h.ntari, Tir,-' IT.
rices.at
CHEN I
.Y & CO 'S Depot.
Ctt iv Stnnm Fitters' Tools.
Screw-cutting Machines, Slocks and Dies. Prills,
Reamers and" Tsps. P.tent PiFe Cutters. Pat
ent and Ordinary -Proe Tonga. Pipe Vises,
Meter and. Burner Plyers. Gas Fitters' Au
gers. Chisels, Ac, Ac. Everything 'in the above
line arwats on band and for talent the manufaotur
er-s traie ratev at . .,.n
No. 8 EaatF urth dc 168 Main. Street,
C CTI-sep3-wSm , , USCISITATI.
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I: WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
ERTY in the eity of Columbus, a farm of 180
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will, paytbre difference,:
any, in cash. Toe land is situate at the corner of
oroes roads, has bouse on it and twenty er thirty
acres cleared. It is very. rich l.nd, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice batch
Ageod bargain wiU """yDKEWS
.: . Offioe, comer of fiighand Broad streetaj
mar3-wly ., ,-.
DR. H. O, HBLMICK
GIVES SPECIAIi ATTFNTIOl" TO
tbe tresttment of diseases cf ' lBiiales. There
are many ladies in every oommumtj who aceaffl,ot
ed with what is terii,d fema e weBkne-s. Dr.
Helmiek has discovered a remedy that is warrant
ed U cure the most severe cases, no matt, r how
longstandi.lt. Ladies can consult the Dtctor at
his oBiceor by mail, on all diseases peculiar to then
sex The strictest pri.aoy observed in all oases.
Offi'oeNc 163 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio.
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or the BBtieut. Da Johnston l reatite on - prunk
wnness, its Consequeno'es ' and Cnref, free on .ap
ullcaHnni .Prlew nfScifie per bottle, 11 su, a
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' A PERFECT CURE
'For ' Dyspepsia,, Tev'er' and Ainie, AcU
. dity of (he . Stomach, i Loss, of Appetite,
, ISausea, Heart-bum,' lanndice,. nd all
I diseases arising" frcim a disordered state
ofthe Stomach, (Layer or Intestines. ,',,."..,
. ..r.fiepwi by vSiward , & Bsntut,
Druggists, Bufiak), N.' Y.t Sold by aQ
1' dnnreitta,' ; '- -.,.4 i J vitinil '- is !
'"Hl t. SAMrjBL'A CD.'ioIesale'Agentt,
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rw-win-wBoacswiy
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J.lllarW i.ua--
The Greavt BfeeHclaie futr tlse ahtaewcav :
Itli.nt fl.ll, . erery a In. of wra-
alglitly ernptloa of Abe race, ,
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. , .17 aa. nearly relirerl me t.f Ottil mortifying wwbw...
I'' itrm'. amt-I irm trow looking tpire Wee a man," writes
! I'h.rk-. K Kobhr. eneral AgaBt of tlich.Ootral
It. B., 173 Broadway, , Y. , , .
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ril. rilnli.i. Itm. ,rat,l. a7.iA.I Tw.
1 , ' T Han 'frieif "awir nlnirhh rvTnerfv for Barber
,,,fi wifa m wreeeta," .writes tl. W. AiumoBt, of .-,
i Leomiustec,iIasa.j: , ., . : , ,, v,.
Deuu.ior circular, uce 7 eta. aad sion. j
Menaredonlx br . I,. BOLOK-PAlMBB. !
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j for tale uy lirueifKU geaerMU, jtnj j:,i
j.teptai-deodAwlr im i-,rt m i n ;jc- if
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH,
EVEKYJflAftHA!,,Wlv ftAKSIOtaN.
Hollowar's Pills and Holloway's Ointment.
Di Borders ef tbe Stomach. lAver -and, Bowels 1 he
Stomach is the treat center which influences the
health or disease of tbe system a o.ed or debili
tated by excessindigestion, olfea'-ive bre.th and
physical prostration are the natural consequences.
Allied te the brain, it is- the source of -headache,
mental depressipn. nervous eompl.iuts and unre--frejhini
sleep. The Liver becomes affected and
generates bllious eieorders, pains in tbe fide.
Ac
. llnwKli mnarhise ha (loativeness. Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. TnepriTrclpwl action of these Pills
is on tne stomacn. ana tne liver, lungs, ooi' .do
Viiin.i i Mrt..:nit in tliAir reen onrati ve and re
generative operation. Erysipelas and Salt Rheum
B"e two ef the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on tois continent, lo these -the Oint
ment is especially antagonistic. Its ''modus oper
andi" is first to eradicate the venom and then Com
plete the sure. 1 Bad liegs. Old Sores and Dicers,
cases of many years stsnding. that have pertina
ciously refused to field to any other remedy or
treatment have Invariably succumbed to afow ap
pliearinnsof this powerful nneuent. Eruptions on
the Skin, arising from a bad state of tbei blood or
ohrooie diseasea. are- eradicated, and a-eleai and
transparent surface regained by the- restorative ao
tionof this Ointment.' It surpasses many of tbe
eosmetics and other toilet- aprliances in -'-'-: power
to dispel rashes ana. ether d'tfimremenis l the
face. Fen-ale Complaints, wheth r in the young
bid, married o sinclc, at the dawn, of wo nan' ood
or the turn of life, these tonic medicine display a
decided an infln.nee that a marked iinrwevetneiUia
toon perceptible in the health of the patient., if -t
ing a purely vegetable prepare! ion. they are a safe
And reliable remedy for all classes ff Female, in
very condition of health and station ol life. Pilot
and Fistula livery form and feature of thes Brev'
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated looall
and entirely by tbe use of this emolient; warm fomentations
should precede its application.'
healir-a o ialitios will be found to be thorough Bud
invariable...-. , , i - , i . , , "
Botn the Ointment ami Pi Is should be useo,
the followire cases: . -,' ,
i' Bunions, Burns, Chapped bimd, Chilblain, Pittula,
Gout, Lumb.ce. eierenria bmptions, riles,
Rbeuma'ism, King worm. . Salt Rbaum, Scalds,
Skin Disea.es. Swelled Glands, Sore Legs, Sore
Breasts, Sore Heads, Sore Throats, Sores of
kinds. Sprains. iStiff Joints. Tetter, Uloert, Venereal
Sore. WoundB of all kindt.i .....
CAOTION I oneare genuine unless the words
"Hollowat, 5sw Vorx and Lokdok " are dis
eernahle as a aV-itsia-wiar ia every leaf of the book
of directions around each pot or boar tbe same may
be plainly seen by holding th lea to th light
handsome reward will be g-ven to any one render
ing such information as may lead lo the detection
f any party or parties counterfeiting tbe medi
einetor vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious. ..... 1 i..
" aa- Sold at the mapnfactory of "Professor Hol
loway. 0 Maiden Lane. New York, and b all re
spectable Druggist and. Dialera in., Medicine
throughout t eeivilited world.
- 49- Then is considerable saving by taking the
larger sizes. ,- , ;.. . ; .:, .jvism
' N B .Directions for the guidance of patients,
very disorder are affixed to each pot and box. '
, jylS-wJy ( :t t..,!'i:. . .1 ,- ... f-.'
tar PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE. A Nw
Cofrbb of Leotuhb8, as delivered at the ew
York Museum of Anatomy, embraoing the sa b
fecu: Hew to live and what to live lor; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age v Manhood general j review
ed : The cause of indigestion, -flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for: Marriage i.iiosoph-,
ically considered. o. .
Pocket volumes containing these leoturea will be
forwarded to partie. uwe4ot attend on reeeiptof
four stamps, b addressing SSCRETAKY. Mw
YORK1 WOSKrM OF'AKATOaV AB SCfBMOB. 618
Broadway fiiptr York. , , ysT-f'h88-1'
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Election of Presidential Electors.
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!"- ""-STATE OP OHIO.": ""'V'
vntii :- ' ! iSxaouTiva DBPAai..y
' - ' CoLrjMBns.26tbNoember. 1888. J '
TTiS REHI.BV' CERTIFIED THtf
X ' at aneleetion held oa the 3d day of Nevember.
1188. tbe following named persons received th
nnmber of votes opposite their names, respcevrvei
)y as eandidatea (or Electors of Pieaident aad Vice
President of the United States in behalf of the
StaUbf Ohio. via ; .;-.
David Tod...--. -38(123 , Rnful P
R nner.t18B08
Samuel tialloway .SMB85
Jobu G. Jldeni-.-.lw:8
Stanley MattbeWf28in!!W
Hugh J. Jewett...ws e
Johd B. Jetip:..'w83K5M
Jackson M. Noble 26ii
George W. Houk-.tSHHiS'
A. G. MeBurney..SHif3i
J n.rhan tlianor S5802SV
Wm. J. Jackson.. 2.iseiil
Isaiah PUlats.,... 33r8i '5
David. Humson.38U438
David H. BailoyT .281H35
Cbas. C-.'WamuK.x8fhUt
Lyman B. Matsou.20i36
Luther A.'Hall ::.280i84
Hirara. Freaae--.,o.
John J. Harper... 28W35
P. M.'.Wagenbals 280288
Wm. D. HamiltooJ!S(W34
Scth M. Barber1... -.'8033S
Levi Barber. ...... 98WMl
Isaac W.lsh 8e238
Ed.' f. Sehnei er 8SS3 i
Sunken H. Pitkin28ull
m cnaoi n. uaris z.iroio
,Wm. J; A exandawXl
.E. F, PoppleKm..S!3S6ot,
Ad-,lph KttBmer:;.2B05-
lAndrew Koacnf,..x'ew
EsraV. Dcan.".V.'?38o7
J.seph J. Green. J.-i!Woii6
Charles Follett.238i
: H. H. Poppltton..3866S
I aec SUnley--.JCW60S
a!w. Patrick...
fSamael W i liains.S3860.
Georae Weimer...6i
Fred'k Kinsman. .S8K0230
Matthew oircnaruooou.
And it is thweTottf declared thatDaTid' Tod,
Samuel Galloway, Jobo G- Oiuen, oianie. aia-
the, AndTew 6', JMjrE fe'
avid Thomson. David H.lcj. - 1 0, W bUi
k iAtsuD., iiutnec a. tiaiL. rHirriin
Fr,e loh?J HaroeV. rtilip M Wagenhals. Wil
kI? Il" HaiSiltoa ieth ii Barber. Levi- Berber.
.-?a?"..7d F. Schneider. Stephen H.
i..kin .J Frederick Kinsman, ward attaid elee
ton 3,5 eiet.S t lectors of Pretident and Vice
P?esid?nt ofthe UnitedJStates for the State of
cia.. ui
thi. 9Rfh
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"Given under -mv hand at Columbav
w. ....----.-.. ; : b. B. HAYES, in
Br tbe Governor: . Governor oi, Ohio.
W. A.' Tbkill, Private Secretary.- ' ' ' . '
.noS6-lawU'ar,- i-ii.f.H p rii .f.. .
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"a- . n I . i-i ij-i"! .1 ', -' h f.-'.f,.;,.
W. B. BROOKS. ALBX,. H0C8T0M, WM. H. It t '
jr: vr;.-B,jBit?oopj;
"'Cor. Rich AtHlf Ik 8ta.Colu'mbua, "
W ho I esaleV Grocers
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NEW OEIEANS 6UGAKS AND KOIASSE
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas' Spices, Tobacco
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Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
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3W PaT5
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W'3$u2?,l!C,F0 Pblf of Cars to
'X ttftag-oVfceoliufcerf
AapbflSJ
Tal'TsJ
WTDAtfaUaSji PAi,Yl4care;TrWr-et, Co
lumbus, onapd.tfter, Nov. 85.1808x4 ,
at Milford Sa.fc.-.UrwaaaW'Jii.aui, BellalimtAin.
1:05 a m. Sanduskv 8:00 d in. Pioui 11:lt k m Tri-
,edo 5 -so p m. DetroTTTfJaO p m,
JTbls train t run exprAlbr .IWIo"aW1 De-
trr,it b- si
tkts
l.tfirf. "AiryifirTEORIA ETPRESS
f.IJ '(dBysMewBW). aiv'atBiiiord
Junt-tieuA:4np4a.jiohir.ot.d,8 a m. Isdiar apo
liaSO p m. LogauFportmiMi p hTerr
Peorja j25 a m G a eVmrrr Btee nj. Burlington,
low..'Wi Keokwk iam.tWtmV lSJp m.
I ,nn ,iv, Ue 2i3 a m. lerre Hint. 1 1 -.7 m Yt ,
S3 a m; Caiftft: p'rh frtTnA wa7ar8jji a
m. Bt iiouis w.n I
txwu mid. Spring-
aaao.uia t iraa;aa.m.,y,,n . s! n..,-r r ,
...rassengers or mis train reaennc. LOuls the-bext
morning kean ttAMiaa and'tr,peaars 'iraVt
of St. Louis aod Keokuk one train in advance,)!
all other routes. " -'ficirr
6;50 'PRESS fSuwiJa4kewpt.T!AT at
Psqaa ii ledo-oj:ia-auii ttetroit 8:10 a tn,
Brailford Junction I JO p in.Xd; aospoiirc-ro' i m,
Ch ioago 8.-1 0 a m. I nd i a napol is4st a tu, Jerre-riaaat
:30 a m, Maltooo Blrj,m. Pana UrOO a m.Alt0a
xittf jn.-Sti Louis 4, op p m, Lafa.etU 15 a m,
Springfield. Ills., 4f33 p m, atncy llO0p m, Keo
kuk l.-ue. ra. -LeuisvUlwjfiHI ago. paiUilla.Sap
uuMemphitlo.-ooa m. "
' STeepfnir'caM'fhn' inbii Irairi TrotS tclnTB1
bnstn Chicago and iti Loan withontehaae,, 1 hie
is deoidedlr the tettcaiArom Colrmbus to Chi
oagu, St, .Louis and Louisville, a. it makes fluipker
time and arrive at St. Loait'- and -keuinviile 9
kBs ahead and makes direct compactions or
all points West and South one train In adranot Ji
any other route Uiii j.ih Iiui i ,j.,-!it.j V,
I9lti'-,?1-'S4S8X EXPRESS. Daily. ,va
li.iv Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), v a
Logansport. Arrives at Bradford Junctioa 4iiaa
m. Logansport 9:40 a m'hirao 26 p m. Peoria
WS p m, Keokuk 10:45 pm, IndiarriaooUs 80 a tn.
Torre Haute 19:18 p m.Evansville 7:30 p-mnttoou
Wti pa, Cairo t:15 ana; Paaa pas, aiat:0Q
m, St. Louis Ht:iS p m. Ijifayetle 3:18 p m. Louis
vi le SrOOp m, Nashville 5roeam, Hemphis 4:15 pm.
Passengers by ti.U train arriretie-same day .at
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route. .
state' Rto.Ti'siitEi!1- cihs
-'...,1 .
Hun ia (his train front. Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
. 49" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Iudian
apolis.'. ,' cm.; -iiiH. u-j ii-rt-.,... r,, ;
A3" Tickets for sale at Union and Piqu Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad -Ticket
Offices. - - -
i-i....,i..O P. CHANDLER. Genl Tieket Agent.
J. M. iTlNT I4.r,.r.l Xnnir,t.nJ.i,l
CLLM .-..j. i, .r..ii i.- ,TT
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Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
'Xmira Xxca.lzxas Xilyy
.
. IT- y.r, EXCEPT' isUBDAY.,.0
T
From Columbus, in connection with Trains en the
Little ITlianti A. Colambut Jfc 3temia
c- . - Kallroatlau u9
or
.-!uoh Ti'. tti i ,. , . i ,-,. o lnf,H iifT
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves CoJumbue at 1;1
A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington: Gil cad,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, Shiloe.-. -Mew lioiadoav
Wellintton, Grafton andjjerea, arriving at Cleve
land atSAS A. M.. New York 7:00 A, M. This tenia
leaver Sunday morning, not MoadaT'r fr"
- r.O.,t-ACCOMMODAT10Nw,eavea,Cluaibuj
at 5M A. M. Will stop at all way stations. 'This
train starts froj the Freight Yard. '' .--!' '.if
. NEW YORK EXPEtSS-Leaves Colnmbus at
11:10 A. Iff. Will stop at Delaware. AshUy.Cardlngi.
ton, iaiian,-Cres dine. Shelby. New lanndon, .Weir
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3r P. M.jJiew Vork nex4 dyt8iia P. Mi-
MAIL AND EXPRBrtS Leaves Columbus at 1:0
P. M, Will atop at : Woi-thri gton, Lewis CeaVar,
Delaware, 'and all Stations to Shelby and Shiioh,
New London, Wellington, (Jraftnaand Berea. Aw
rireal Cleveland at 8:60 P. M..New York ":i P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago. Bw tak
ing this train, will set deeping af ot Crestlinaat
6:00 P M arrive in Fort' Wayne at 11:50 P. M..
Ch eago at 6:00 A . M.. being in ad vaaee ef alteta-.
er roufa. hare ample time for breakfast, and Uka
the earliest train for the West j irrva
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION YIADBLv
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 2:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Colnmbus and Sorina-
, field, arriving at Delaware At 1:88 P. M Springfield
; 6:50 F. M. -This train leaves Springfield . at 10 A,
! M, arrives at Delaware at. ftdS A. M.; Coluuibuf,
lUA.ilv i.l .-.:. .Hi a I" l( ""M
'it' : !,' ' -",.! -' rr.' 7-f
Patent Sleeping: Cars are rain om all
' Mig-nt Trains to CI, icaara, ' -'
iii --'Weaw- 'otrkiantl .;,iti nn.1
Boatoav;,,,..,,,. ti
T Baggaga checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also,' td Philadelphia and
N.w Yorl viaCrestii....,,, o.-a.-ilif,,,.
Night Express arrives atColBmbug atl:8 A. M."
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus alU,.
' 'Mail Trai arrives Bt Columbus at Ci P. M,: w
Springfield Aooonynodatiou arrives at Columbus
At 10.-40 A. M. -' : - - - -- 1; --'
Favrtyaa Ltw at tf aar Othtrataltt
Ask for Tickets via Crestline er Clnytaand.lt,.j
FLINT.
, SupcrintendenkCleveJand. Ohiot
1 - - 1 1 U PQ11'C B 8AV
Agwa. Oolumor t.OhKt,.-)
Columbut.Nov 28. 1888.
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Little Miami, Columbus
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
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On-an ' aiW "M01fDAY.H Nor. TBit 'tdl' i
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Cofumbas-'ii-fn
FOS CINCINNATI, : lOTISTIIXS, CAIRO,, ST.
IrOUIS, DAYTON, EICIH1I0ND,,'TN. ' '
5" ! JDIANAPOLIS miCA(K), ' "
Withou 1 change of ears to DAYTON end RICH .
MOND, and only ona ebangeof can to IN
. i i . DIAIiAPOLLJi and.CBICAGO.iuli-.iu.-M
!(. . Connections ar reliable at toTlowgn:
.r mST'TBAlNbkn"y)V ,0 nl
- - -jtr. j "li;:,n
Leaves at 2 A.M. for Cincinnati, Circlevillr,
Lancaster, Hills boro BTKrChillioothe; stops at Lon
don. Xeeia. Morrow, and Lev eland, arriviai' a
Cincinnati at 120 a m. , '
llt,... -t ' ;- f "ml nil SdlftrW
.,,, , ,rt- SECOND TRAIN.., ...tj.in
(Daily except StindajtJ , , ,,.
Leaves' at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati, baytoa,
- Kiohmond. lndiauapolia and Ckioagn, and atrrps at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Slma
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon.. Fosters,' Lovelaa,), Mil ford, asw
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. ii.i conneeUag
n with the Mail Boats.: 1 1 '..-mi l j t.uu -.. ,1
t. ii.i. it -vt-'TfllRD TRAIN. 1''"'J lo "r l"
(Daily except Sundays J .nul,
Leaves at IHi P. M"fif ' Cincinnati, Dayton and
-PfiBWftn.ayTii at CiuaeiBBati at
n - n,.i:-iJI
-r .r-,(Daily except Sundays .. ,y
Leaves Bt' 8 P. M.' for Cincinnati,' Dayton' and
r Springfieid via London, atopping at Alton.' Waal
Jefferson, London, Sonth. Charleston, -Selma,
Ce-arville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaad, and ar3
, xiviag at Ciaainaattat 180 P.. Ja . ,niUi H
nl bud V v ,';f ,1.K in-lt. ,f.'.-liS
- :
Sieeplns; Cart on, all
Night Tralaa.'
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JOHN DURANiv IT'"''1' ' tU 01
GPlTlckWlgH.)1 A. t"T
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
..: ,n- .-.- -!: It'll.! i .".r.f'.fh-.f ,l ursig
fi?" fyys:i.,,i
un aod altae Jtma Mtlvasfct, tfatncwtll nana"
Leaved H:!Virpr8.''airi.1f ' tsst'-fclnV
Colabua..vwO A, Mu.l kls P.M. .!! Ai Ma
Newark 3:25 A. M. 80 P. M. JJ.-SS P. M
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New York,:,. 8:00 A, M''8ri5 P. M.' 11:80' A.'m.
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I. On the Fast Line the celebrated "Silver Palaoe'
;-day aad nitht ears are ran tbn.aiA Ivors Coltrmbar
to-rsuadelpbia and mew lorlt witboutcharaa .. j
T Passengers by the 240 A. M. SundaTtraisf
arrive to-New York at 4 lO'oloek . Moatia. juoraiairi
an ulv.ntAare never hefore ofinr.cl mawm
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JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbus. ll 0
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