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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
s Showing th arrival aad departnraof trains at Oo
. nmbaa, Ohio. On and after Monday. Nev. S3J,
Oltrtlaai. Ctlvabu Clam R. R.
tie York BTrjre.v...... 11:18 A.M.- l:So I'. M.
MH and ipnn,.,i.u..i. P. M. Ms P. M,
ourtug nw nu, : r. m. i"H a, m.
o. 1 AooHmodation..,..iM U, T.iS P. W.
- Thitrala leaves Sunday aa oral ng not Monday
,...JAMEaPATTJSKil. imC ,
4nUVUmtClmaahaAXaaiiaR.R4
KlrntExpr-s tKM A, M, 1:00 A. M
Winoinnat Accommodation. 5.-00 A. M,r 35 P. M,
.. , Lii Ik u 11 u a i
ZPTH :00 P. . ItM P. M
-.J x'tr.V W. H. ti. bUMM, Aeent.
(Salt la a re a.&ilraa.al, Caatral
; !'I-ir .-,j-;ll JWwaaioa. i v i i j
- n;T- ' havb, n t aanivs. i
light rori...,.AS45 A. M, .18:10 A, M
Lightning Kxpre:.!.....ll: A. M. 6S". P. M
xpree MaU . 8:18 P. M. ' UJO P. M.
tm.ivai:! !, -); -A. 1. Smth. Axentv j
(Maaalma Calcmco anst ladlau Cea-
-f.g-..l .-.vtral R"wt. i - -i
t. ,.,-., i-,-!!, hv-t tnri.1 aiv.
rttabt Express..,-..... ,.10 A, M- - 0 A. M.
Toledo Exprss...w....... e-oo A. M.. l5 P. M.
iltun Sipnn.... i P. M." J5 P. M.
SMtUvM.. 11 P. M. llrOO A. M.
da vow. ' i i'v Q A rTn.t.4 Ayeptv
'aadaikr-naaiHtld Newark. R.R.
1 Traiaa reave Newark and arrive as follows
Tjifi. -n; I'liiriun, BKm.
rrelahj u. ........ OSA.M. BPJ.
Mail and Express. ........... .10.80 A.M. 8J85 P.M. !
aoaat e, xpree ............ i.ur.n. v.ua.u.
t u'.-.n J ii : A. W. Ubkhib. Aietrt. c
lHlar, Ctavelaaatl et at. Loala
, -nj J ii;.Mataaiair. ...
,. L4T. , RRIT.
4 Itirm Tori Sxpran.- 1:16 A. M, UK0 Mid't
LlfhtoiB Kxptom lt,-M A- M. 1 6:S V. M.
Hail and txmi...v.... IMP. M. " l:iP. M.
lanniioa Aeoommodatiool Ji. P. M.
Ka fork Exnrww raa dailjr. . All other traiaa
fan daily, axeapt Sunday.
: Vaaaiaoa Aoeaaiaooauoa atana mm ireignt
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. JOHN B. PETERS, Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Baa tat i.'' Thraaca Halls, a. k. t. k.
U H. P. Ha
. n Btaasaaviua . aaa
Pittsnnrah
ntarn Way Malta, U. C.
ortkaaat, ria Ft, W. A
--. Cc-CJ. U. C.AU. K.K.
11:3a 1SJB 10KM Tda
t:U .... TM
Chic to, Tia O, P. A 1. U.a f
.'.V. A U- K. K........ UM, das
Cittl Miami R.R- Thro'
tlnla Miami R. R.. War.
CO..K- B. Nawark.
"ZaDarrilla & Whaelinf.
CO. R WaT........
C- P. A L. Xhrsaca and
Way ..... . I
Cirelerilla, CbfllieoUia A
Pariamonth t
....... 7:30
.... Ui 11 J ';
..... 11:3a 730 ....
aHM
730
t0
li
laat way.Vatieaal Road. ,103.
ML. arooa n ay, i anar-
Tille. 4- .MflO..
Sorta Cotaaaai aadUHn
tanTilla. v. J 'i. -
WhiirtonCJi.,TiaHar
risbnn. ' (tri-wejklyj
- J Waul.
1
lo-ja v.... -
190a
.-00 . : 730
maxUT. Fridan. and I
)aae Taaadaya. Thara
J . -nil Satnrdara....
i i
Ramtra TiUaaa. ftri-waek-i
1 . T . TkaMnam Hit.
IJ. "i"p' ,ii f-i - .
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. NOTHING BUT LEAVES.
' 'iTotniot batlaaTM. Thaapirit friarat ; irtu
-, Orar a wasted life ; , . , : v -
J' Siaaommiited while eomaienealapt, tJ
Proaai awde t aerar kept -n
Hatred, battle aad strife, ,!.; .. . nn
J.j i )f, JiothingbatleaToal :-,1f,
KothintbvlleaTea; ao fathered sneayaa ' -' v:
Of lita'l lair ripened Tin " -f'-:
i , Words, idle words, for earnest deeds 1 y , ; t i
Vi aow onr seeds lo I tares and weeds. : . , - .
We reap for toil and pain
;-a.T 2t 'i.n JiotlriBC boi leave. . .. ;yr (.
, r , v -. . .' uri'u ;i
i Kotiior cot learet: memory weere ; -
- A wfMtrsnte ear weary way,'
; CoanticK afah lost and misspent day. :
We sadly And at last , - H.
r;-i?:-b""TM -'- ' '-
And shall we meet our Father so.1 V .
, ! . Bearieaearaslthered leayest 1; 1
1 The' Sarior looha for perfect fruit r , . .
Wi stand before him humbled, mate, , , , ,
; . Wri ties; the word he breatkes--' ' ,l
-Atotw Jlothiag fcat latfM.l - ') ' -
What Makes Corns.
A
Bubjec of corns in TXe 5Aoe okZ Leath-.
er jkeporter.i :n :;- T ; ' '"- -
l"It has been generally considered that'
tight boots were tha great cause of all ;
the corns -and: bqnlons "with' which'; the
f(t?t hsjire faii tormented, and tight boots:,
hare accordingly been cursed .from' toe i
to beel'foif'tlieOr miscbieyons aalitiei
in1 this respect. ' . . " .':.,.."
lfXing itj is true that thevnnnecesv
sary tightness of boots is a ' principle
soare of cftrnsi1 there are others - that ,
may, not .be overlooked. Loote boots,
that allow the heel to slip up or down
of thtt whole font to slide forward at ev
ery step, are effective in the production ',
of, these annoyances. Hard, stiff leather '
is another quite efficient .thing in this ,
way." Whether the boot be tight or
.loosei niakfS no difference ; if it be stiff ,
ahd hard. ' Large "wrinkles over, the
joint may sometimes have am effect of
the Same kind, especially if the leather
is bo sbftertnan (it ought to be.' 'The.,
drawing ogether 6f the tojs- by boots
and shoes that pre narrow &t this point,:
forcing the toes to crowd against each
outer, ana .pusnmg oni tne - great-toe ,
joint," i one of the most productive of
all eansea. ,Wbea occurring upon the
bottom ef the foot, a peg or Borne hard ;
projection of the insole of the" boot is'
the agent to which they may be attribu
ted. Soft" corns are tnore frequently de
veloped, probably; by the pressure cot-,
sequent upon i wearing narrow sole '
not at the ends of the toes, but at their
roots or metatarsal joints." 1; ; V
i sa ' ' - - ' ' .- ;
A Queer Scene in Court.
; Qtve f those ludicrous incidents that
occasionally are witnessed in the digni-'.
fied presence of -a hall of justice . occur
red in the United States District Court,
recently. A German farmer from tire
country came into be sworn as a surety
oi the bondof sf gentleman . who was. ,
getting his- tobacco relieved from the
eunra that it bad suffered from the au
thorities.1 Having been informed hat
be must swear to certain things, he. was
brought into court. .i --:i
Judge Leavitt then proceeded to ques
tion him; ;;'L."S; 'VA''u''T.
"Are 'therVany mortgages" on" yorir
property !" .
Hot a aoTmortgaee on jnwe prop
erty and plenty of mony s at home, ' said
tbe affiant, witn tne ntmoBt simplicity,
keeping to his duty in the line of swear-
ing.-'-:' v'y-. i
The Judge saw the man was honest
and meant no contempt, so relaxing his
dignity, with smile on his face, he pro
ceeded with the next question.j! .'
Do yon owe any debts f ;; in'i
tNot oneti n cent und ven I gets
ah as peoples owes me, I bees richer as'
' These bonds are approved," .replied;
the Judge, with a wail twinkling in his
eyes. .s it-)5"- ..:
About a score of men, tbe affiant
among them, were seen hurrying out of,
the court room, with faces red with sup-,
pressed laughter. Having passed into
the ball, out of hearing of the Court,
each man sought a qubt place to be. re
lieved of his pent-up laughter. " .
The honest old Teuton had,beyond
doubt, experienced for the.first time the
process of swearing beforea court. ?It
had been previously explained , to him,
by telling him be most swear, and he
had evidently mistaken the civil oath
for profanity, as his serious manner
throughout the whole ; proceeding indi-cat,d.--C'a.
Gazette. :;--
" "
People who have "Missions."
' "Wilkie Collins, in his novel, "The
Moonstone," describing people who have
"nisMODS,?. makes Muss Clark,a strong
H'.'il O.-f'tf
minded fernjnrne,; incumbered with a
missiOB express herself thns: h
CNeitb.r public nor private influences
produce the slightest effect on ns when
we nave once got our mission; taxation
may do tne consequence of a mission ;
nots may be the consequence, of a mis
eion; wars may be the consequence of a
mission. - We go on with our work irre
spective of every human consideration
which moves the world outside us," We
are above reason; we are beyond ridi
eulepwa. see.. with nobody's eyes; we
hear with nobody's ears; we feel with
nobody s hearts bat our own. Glorious,
glorious - privilege 1 . And how is it
earned t-'Ob, my : friends, -you may
pare yourselves the useless inquiry !
We are the only people who can earn it,
for we are the only people who are al
ways right.". " . - '
BOOK BINDERIES.11
, "sob.Ooo
BOOKS TOTED FOR BIXDIXG.
HAVE YOU
AYnOK. WAOtlWES. SHEET
- . v.., uaav uaa 1T13II III DBYB
prieesT Books rant for ftod raiiiTnod to any part of
tha All W Ci V Bfiw.KaV Vlfkti.taa ihtiuiali (us .,T... a
-r-- er ai--aa .Mvasa, az-'atviuvo. VT aV
Franklia o Steam . Book i Bindirj
Blink book manufactory
Una of the larceat and beat appointed Binderies la
tea ttatttv . j , ...... - . v.-i ;,!,
Kaasaa 34. :38 3S North Hl(h atrea.
COrer iiessre. Mevins A Myen', and States man
, sicara rrinimg umees.) , , ,
BLANK BOOKS! . ... ',
BUNK BOOKS!! ..
BLANK BOOKS ! !
Of every description and quality, frem the highest
to tne lowest, printed it aesired, ruled and bound
to any reoairea pattern, and sunerior workmanahin
at the loweat prieea.-
uraera trm twenty ymaara. Banks, Merchants.
ana an vmcers rrquirins; eurMiVH JjL,An&
swis. win do executed promnuy. witn onr par.
soaal attention. -
, lour pationaseraepeotfully sohoited. .
g !..-.. u.- N. W. LEFATOR,
oeO-deorXm .c. : .' i - Proprietor. '
SIB BERT & XILLEY,
Blank '.Bdol-Masufacturi3rs,
rnlNltnS, BINUtKSJlflU PUBLISHERS. -
Bpecial att'Otioa paid t manafaetnrins; first elass
BXaIVXi. BOOKW
of erery description, with cr without printed Head-
naa. tor
COUKTT OyFICKRg, BIKRCBANT8. MANFriCTOKEBS
BlKIBKa, BAILKOAO COMPAM1SS, AC.
V Fall setaoi Sooks made on short notiee.
warranted to fire per feet satUfaotion.
OPERA HOUSE r BUILDING,
aprll eouly ' - COLV1TBVS. OHIO.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. TA. , & .... L. , LESQUEREUX
IMPOKTKBS AND PEAXSKS VKl
... V i - ' -
W A.T G H E S f
JEWELB1', ' - : . . t
,i1u-rt ( i-'l pLATED WAKE,
CAKES, SPLCTACLIS,
t,, aLajJia-.a a, (j, ;..(,
':s.'t I;;'
GOLD
nsraa '
mtXET-lIOOKS and "
'V 'i lis" ENDLESS VARIEtlf,' lu : '.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of '
Seta Taeniae' and Waterbmy Clocke
For the Johbins arid Retail Trade.' Also, Agents
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK! COMPANY. '
Wateh Makers' Tools aad Materials, Watch Glass
" asdreneaana ueneva) in luilsnpply at
i t I . rr low rates.; ; I . -i' i ui ::
saT All orders aromotl filled and aatisfaetlon
ruaranteed.
" " i Vi'-k: A Ti. LESOfJEREtn,-"
feble-eodly No. 11 South Uih t,.Coluaba. :
' - ' BOOTS AND SHOES. '
' G. HOBIOBB.
CHEAP 'BOOTS AND ' SHOES.
FXUiSX.
T . I, HEPARD MAYING FOItjTIED
a a partnership with G. HJK1GER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and hhoe trade at
01S SOUTH HIGH STBEEr,
Wonld respectfully invite their friends and the
pablie severally to call and examine their fite and
well seleoted stock of Ladies', Genta', Misses' aid
Children's Boots and Hboea, this day received di
rect Irom tbe haat, and which tbey are n .w offering-"
tor sale on the moal reasonable terms. : In enrman-
aucturinir deparment special atteauon is siven to
.,.r , CUSTOM MADE W QUK.. .
Repairinr of all kinds neatly and promptly dona.
.We would respectfully solicit a shara of Dnelia
patronage. Flease give ns a call. Ho trouble to
snow goods.
itememoer tne place j no. ins sontn Hi en street.
8qtPA.HU A H0K1GKK.
Colambus. O. Sept. IS. 1888. .. dtf
.V .-4 ill
GROCERS.
M'COLM, MILES & ; M'UOXALDS
; NO. ia Su 138 SOUTH HIGH 5TREET .,
r. -t: G IX. O O OE , ' i
0KOPRIRTORJ COLCJ1BCII POW
IT DiR MAGAZINE, and aents for the sale of
Hasard Fowder Company'a sowder. Agents for
oe sale oi , . ,.
, GARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S - ,i,.
Celebrated Sugar Cured Ilaau,
y and dealers in . . !.':
FOKEIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
"I : v. TjUCMJitilJi
in all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigars, etc. . iuU-eodl?
FURNITURE.
XMBlll HAUC. - OBARLS8 O. B1LLOV8.
O. T. U Bl'TlBB- ,. . r . ,
iALiri, 'BEIJL.OWS A BITLER,
FURNITURES WARE - ROOMS
NaavSlG Al8ataa HtsttaKt.v '
i - -ur: ' . ' COsMJIUBCIS. OHIO. -(TAetr
e(wsiee Jfaae(ory a th Toot of
. . &Ht(As(r, m sAeCSastatJ : ;;
Their bnsiness transactions, both Wholes aleand
Retail, hew extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manniacture
PARLOR, .BEDROOM' DIN INGROOM. HAIL. AND
1 KITCHEN fURNIluRE',
f all classes and every desire at superior work
manship and finish. Also,i Cane-Heat Chair of
every description, W nolesale aad Retail. . i .
ifebS-dacdlr -
WHOLESALE GROCERS
V. . OOEJ ALU. BOC8TOK., W. H. fL V
J. Jtc W. B BJCOOKH,
' Car. Rich Ac High 81s:, Celnmbus,
Wholesale Grocers,
D ALS IJf
HEW ORLEANS 8TJGAK8 AND M0LA88E
Island Basra rs. Coffee; Teas Spices, Tobaccos
r XilQTJOZlB, csbo.
febS-ly . - ,
hotel:
STrJA1V.ESIOTELV
Foarth Street", near Main,
''' r i ' CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Wlttt Y. ELIAS, - :- - Proprietor
'T'HIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY'LO-
JL eatea ana ouu .chiou, . ua. ;, .
points of travel, is the most desmable stoppirjg
place lor persons yisiung me oii,t. av
be spared to make the stay at guests pleasant in
every particular.. myl8-d6m
'J' COAL.
. -Xii t". .. .. i - .
T. ALLEN.yAgerit.
w
ILL. CON riNPB THE COAL BIT
Ntt.-iX at his nreasnt stand.
' No. 135 Worth Hieb atreett
and will take order in both CAMBRIDGE a
UOCKiNU GOAL, whioh ha is prepared tesell a
the lowest market prioe. !u..' '
sr Special attention paid to Shipping.!
mM-eodly
-.. . ) ' ; -.. i
d !
PJEIINTING.
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THE' 'uBflESl4 AT D ' MOST : ' OOS1 1
-.uutu 'l a-U jeVKTm ,
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BOOK im PRINTING
-;-..-..i j rt - I i i - - Jsvu S. r-
E3TABlISmiENT
,. S i . i: I 5,: -..
,:-- .. J ... . :, -1 -!.
in centralCohio.
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lit mi- H .
I
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fiU'J '! M i IT' .i ' : " .!i:l i-. :)' ,
;; ; pttopraiSTORs. .; '
-.y- . ... ': ' t.-n',.- I ... -;e -.
:-.vr m .'. ' ' '" i ' i . i
Kds. 36, 3S & 40.North High St,
; COLUMBUS, . OHIO
The attentioa the Bnsiness Pablio -: called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in constant use
Eleven ' Steam ; Power Pressed
. .1 ... .. " '
i t r ... s
BEST; AND - UTEST KINDS
And onr ability.'to' get out wont promptly is
surpassed In the West-' We have lately '
ii. : ' made additions to our alreadT " ' ' ' 1
' .: .5 r.f. ' ,..iti!,ji
:.i " ,;.-.')u
.';;:,sLJa.Ka3.TAlllB3'l-i Otf.'V,'-
-(i i! . . 'if : rt.it .'. .11 i ' J
. I .' - .
PEIKTINa TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who rreygire
as a call.' Onr large fonts of type enable us
"n' ( todoall Itinds of .
BOOK :z PKllTIiG !
- ? : v .: -t a ;'.' I' . 'Ci,-.
n the most prompt aad excellent manner, and we
call the attentioa of those wanting anything
ot ml":".'')
It .n
in this inetothe.
'i .'j
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ELEGANT SPECIMENS
I That wa have ezeeatad in th past year.
i ' .!' '; '.( -.ti! -1? . J: : ! '
JOB PKINTIKG !
tii reputation of this Honse for fine Job Printing
is well known to the basibess community.
Employing, as we do, none but the , , t,
2 !!;S tii' ; i"5 r." r'is-'ti'
Best of Workmen-
-itis S ;:(...!. K 'txi !. t; i.ij mis !
,:. -I.i'l: . ' . .. . . :-, ' 1 ,
. 'And having a full assortment of the .
LATEST and CHOICEST
.' ,1;.n-jZl ; il -s ! ?
STYLES OF TYPE,
,Wa will guarantee the utmost satisfaction...
--li'i t' r it r Hi.i: S )!':'
ALL KINDS OF
-!, 1 . i : ... . . ' : .1 i
Mercantile, i :
Railroad,
::: .. Bank and . '..'r
Commercial
Printing,
.' snjOH AS-. ' '.
Bill Heads, Cards, .; ;
Circulars, '.7 Letter: Heads,1
Blanks of all kinds. Checks. .
Drafts, ' ""y&e.i'SiC.l1 ,r
' Xlf FACT.
EVERY KIAD OF JOB PRINTING
I Heeded by the business public. '-"'
' We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KIHDS
Than any other Printing Bouse in the city such as
Saper Royal, n(,.nedlam,' ' x'
Oeaay,.- It Crowa Cap, "'
Cap, Letterand
I SJc'Ull '.i'C- -I'l . . I.. . . . ':
Note . Papers
Of the best qualities', and. purchasing them as wa
do, dir !tly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do oni work at eorrespond
!: 1 ingly low rates. Weere Sole '
' , . Ataatsfct'tBO''-''
, v ; .- r : . r "
;' ' CEtEBEATED ' PAPEltS . OF :
I?E.TIVEit PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS.
1
W particularly oall attention to the Blank Books
-, manufactured by ns. Wa are prepared to
; . '';"''. fill all orders for
.. ,:v:- ' .
Hredeera, , . t
j -' Tourzutla, '
Dv Boolo,
'1 ; . Owa'h Booki
And all kinds of Blank Books now in me, . These
ooks are all done in the beet style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and weehalenge competition in
this line. . j ,. ' : . : .
' f is.'l ' '
O I "V E U S A3CAL.L
NEVINS & MYERS,;
38, SS ;W nrth,W Street,
; in ill j jjiuJ
PRINTING.
1 -oi v: I'ir'y
, AHSCELLANEOTJS.' ' "v-
: THE SUCCESS
Of one ONE DOLLAR SALE has eaussl snsh
A. COMPLETE
I1V '.TH7,
That in trrder to siipply the demand occasioned by
-our constantly increasing patronage, we hare re
cently made importations tor tbe r'all Trade, diieot
trom European juan .lecturers, ......
Amounting - to Nearly $500,000,
So that we are prepared to sell ererr desoriDtii-n
ief Dry and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery.Watcbes, Albums, Jewelry. Ae., of better qual
ity than any utber concern in tne country for the
uniform prioe of ONE DOLLAR FOK KACii AK
TtCLEt U'bebestof Boetonand Hw Vork refer
ences siven s to the reliability of our niuse, and
that our business is conducted in the fairest and
saost legitimate i manner -possible,, and -that we
give greater value for the money than ean be ob
tained in any other way. All Goods damaged or
nroaen in transportation replaced nnout onnrge.
Checks desoribina artinla anld aent tn &nra in
Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
every article to cost less than if bought at any Jjoa
ton or New York Wholesale Honae, r , ...
Our Commissions': to Agents
Exoeed those of every other establishment of the
kind, proof of this can be fonnd in eomparing our
preminros with tbore of others for Clubs of the
eamasise. in addition to which we claim to give
better goods of the same ebaraote .We will send
Jo Asents freeof charge.
Fok a Cms op so and Thrss Dollars t doi,
good linen Sbirt Fronts; 1 set Solid Uol'd Stad:
all Wool Cassimere for rantat fine white Counter
pane, large size: 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 20 jardi
brown.' or bleached Steeling, aood quality, yard
wide; 1 elegant 100 Picture Murocco-boand Photo.
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope ano U Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated engraved 6 bottle Castor; I
elegant Silk Fan, with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
solt 20 yards good frint; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair best quality Ladies' Serge C-naress
Boots; ldnsen fine Linen Tnwels; X desen Rogers'
best Silver Dessert Forks: 1 Ladies' laree real Mo
rocoo Traveling Bag: 1 fancy Dreaa Pattern, X
doien elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
I dozen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' bigb cat Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
For a Clitb op so anb Fiva Dollars 1 black
or colored Alpaona Dress pattern; 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Word Blaokets; Engraved silver
plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3H yards very
fin Cassimere, for Fa its and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle K aires with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras d, heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf Boo s: 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleached Sheeting,
Iard wide or 40 yards yards wide, good quality; 1
adies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain Norwich Poplin Dress Fat
tern, .IX yard doable width cloth far Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot; 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
Fob a Club op too and Tim ' Dollars- I rioh
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths .and Napkins to match; 1 pair
Gents' Free eh Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en-
Eaved Ice Pitcher: very fine all Wool Cloth for
adies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; TH yards fine Cassimere for
suit. 1 elegant Poplin Dress Pattern; 1 elevaut
English Berage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Berace Sbawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks: 1 Ladies' er Gents' Silver Hunting-ease
Watch; 1 Bartlett Band Portable Sewing Machine;
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph, pages; S5 yards good Kemp
Carpeting, good oolora; 1 pair good Marseilles Quill'
1 goods barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 single barrel Shot Gun;-1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles; I very fine V iolin and 3owia ease; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs in or ease in the san c
ratio,' i ' ! I . ' : I. ..
S3" Send Money by Registered Letter. ,. :,
4r" Send for our new Fall Circular.
AST Catalogue oFGoods sent to any address psxi
PARKERA CO, ;
Nos 88 ahd 100 Summer street, Boston,
nsepS-wliw - .'"' '
Admi&istratris's ' : S al e
rM'Real Estate. .
of
TN PURSUANCE 'OP AN ORDER OP THE
A .Probato Court of -Franklin county, Ohio. 1
.. .. n, hi ..... I...
i WedaeenlTy ' the 83d day of De-
,,1-iVi.;.. ejesalaer, A, Ik. :' '
! atlO o'clock, forenoon, noon the premises, the fol-
' lowing described real ee'ate, situate in the city of
! Columbus, county of r ranklin. ana State of Ohio,
' to-wit; I.,. . i
Being the north half (If K) of fraction No. S and
: lot No; 4, eommenoing 31)t feet from the southwest
corner of. fraction number three and lot No. 4 in
: South Columbus, and from tbence north T8 dearees.
east '8"X feet te an alley; theuce with the west
unset sam alley m.rtn la aegrees, west ia teet;
tt.enee a westerly direction and parallel with the
first lin 187 a feet to the east liae of Front street;
; thence a southerly direction and with the east line
of rnt street 31 feet to the place of beginning,
being the north hah of said lot No. 4 in said frac
tion No. a -
Appraised atl.300. ' .' . : ;i .
Terms of Sale One-half cash in hand, and the
other one-half in one y ar from the day of sale
witn inteiest, the deferred payment to be secured
by mortgaae upon the premises sold.
CATHAR1NK K, SII.BERNAGLE.
"Administratrix of Adam Silbernasle, dec'dl
Wat L. Hkyl, her Att'y. . . - novai-dlta4w '
-y- Sherift's Sale.'1-:.-:
John P. Trabue et al. ) Court of Common Pleas of
- vs Franklin county, 0.
Alex M. Trabue et al.) ' In Partition. - -
Iaf fHICMIIAIVCe OF AN OKDI.lt OF
, sale in the above stated ease from said court
to me Jtreoted, i will offer for sale at tbe door of
tbe court house, in the oity of Columbus, Ohio, on
Saturday,' the 26xh day of December, A.
-: - D. 1868, , .. ,
et S o'oloctt P. M., the following described real es
tate tr-wit the aame beina aitnata in Franklin
: township, conaty of Franklin and State of Ohio,
anrt bounded and oescrjoerJaa, loiiows, tn.wit: -
Beuii.ning at a stake on tha margin of the Scioto
river, beine the southeast corner of the Trabue
Barvey No. 630; running thence on tbe south line
of said survey south M degrees, 30 minutes: west
97 60-ion poles to a staxe; thence north 40 desrees,
35 minutes; west 1( 4 80-100 poles to a stake; thence
north 64 degrees, 30 minute, east 40 4-100 poles tn
a stake in tbe margin of the river; thence down
the river with the meanders thereof S'utb 15 de
grees, east 11 poles and 60'lOu, south 86 devreea.
15 minutes, east 90 St-100 poles to the beginning,
containing 20 acres. 1 rood and 36 poles.
'1'erms Onethird cash in hand on day of sale,
one-third in one year and one-third in two years
from '1st of sale, back payments secured by mort
gage on th premises sold. ,
Appraised at $5,000.
Printer' fees 13 75 - . T
UEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff..
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
DbisklA Mato. Att'ys. ' . novJS-dHwtd
Sherifl's Sale.'
Isadore Frey . , ' ) '
Court of Common
Pleas of Franklin
Christopher Kneewater et al.) county ' ;
IN PORrtCANCE OP AN ORDER OF SALE
in the above stated case from raid court to me
directed, I will offer for sale at public- auction at
the door of tbe oourt house, in the oity of Colum
bus, on , '
Saturday, the 19th dav of December, A. D.
i , ..... : , i " 1868, ;
m a nVlneV P. M. 'the f,.llawinff deanHbed rjrorer
ty, to-wit: Situate in the eounty of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to-wit: '
Jvt No. six 16) of John Short's subdivision cf lot
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition te tbe city of
Columbns, umo, sail premises conveyed to saia
Chris opher Kneewater by John G McGuffey and
wite, v aeea eatea mama eutn, a u. jcvi.
Appraised at 240. , t . ,:i
Printer's fees SI I rn , '
GEO; H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J- 8. Bull, Deputy.
J.G McGup ST, Att'y. .-i-:!, i v. v. ,;.':
i novlT-wtdAdlt
UEVmiTIIIX
Legal Notice.
ASA CROMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
i that Sousan Cromer did. on the 3d day of N oveui
; ber, 1868. fileberpetitiou in the office of tbe Clerk
of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for tha
county of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
tne saiiAsa viromer who wmtui aoaence irom toe
said plaintiff for more than five years last past. and
.asking that she may be ' divorced from said Asa
Cromer, andtbat she be allowed reasonable alimo
nj. wtioh petition will stand for hearing at the
next terra oi said uourt.
Dated Noven.ber4th, 1868. -
. SOUSAN CROMER;
By W."A. Purtlbbauoh, her Att'y. nevdw
: FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. V
X WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP-
X ' ERTi in the city of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam County, Ohio, and will pay the difference, if
any. in cash, i oe tana is situate at tne corner ot
cross roads, haa bouse on. it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared, it is very ricn ina, and well tun.
bered with walnnt. ash, sugar-tree and spice buach
A good bargain will be given. - ;- '
S. W. ANDREWS. ,
Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
marS-wly
. DR. H. O. HELMICK
; niVES SPF-CIAL ATTENTION TO
. vT tbe treatment of diseases of Femalea.. There
. are many ladies in every community wno HrealrJict
i nil with what is tern.ed female weaknera. i)r
i Helmiok has discovered a remedy that is warraut
- ed to cure the most severe oases, no matter how
long standit g. Ladies ean oensult tbe Doctor at
bis othceor by mail, on au aiseases peculiar lo then
sex. The strictest privacy observed io all casta
Office No. 155 North tiigh street, ColumbuA, Ohio,
juS-wly ", .
FI)K 1 HE hOLlBAV.-Bow to invest a
. Dollar profitably. Send 25 cents for a certifi
cate in Packard A Co.'s Grand Ho idaj Uistribu
. tinn. aonsiatinc of Pianos. Melolens: Uol t anrf Sil
ver W atches. Jewelry, Ac, valued at ST&o.OOO
' Kvery artiole to DC aiaposaa or on tne popular One
; Dollar plan, and not to be paid for until you know
what you are to receive Certificates and circulars
sent on receipt of 25 cents or five for SI. ., .
PACKARD A CO, 58 WestFonrth street. .
! CO-nov-w4w ' - ...... Cincinnati. O. '
I .,iui'v .... . aertaaiMha. w mm
J NEKS' MEETINGS. -The Board 'of School
HiXaminorsui r wunim w.iii.1 'tivvi, at, uju rrooatfi
(Court Room on tha last Friday and Saturdavo
each mouth in the year. , Aluo; on he seeoad Fri
day and Saturday of intfwiui an. fall munlhs.
1
"MIS CELLANE OTJS
Vvaaa' s
; . in i :'7.:. -t-i
OHIO" S AW '', WORKS.
' Patent Ground Circular Saws,
MILL & CRCMS CUT SAWS,
...j HASD AND RIP SAWS.''.. ' ' .
RiTAniiNO "Capullt 'and ' Psokftlt Donb.
;: WOO BttO V VII dc BIcPAjKIMN, -:
- Fatnr-.M, ilJ' ." Hatnilon, Ohio: and
Factor, t J 238 80 West 7th St.. Cincinnati. O.
Warehnuse.il A- 14 West 2d street. Cincinnati. O.
rOS P&IC2-JJST. po sep5-a3m
THE , LACE TOh BUY
LAMP COODS,
Kerosene Chsnd'eiie-k.' '' ' '' " '' " "'
. .- j .i Bracket. Hall and Table Lamps, '-.
Lanterns for Oil or Candle.
The newest and best kinds ot Burners, Chimneys,
Wicks, or ani-taiagin the Lamp line, for lighting
Churohaa. Halls. or Dwe'lings.is at --
J4CHKNRY A C'.'SDepot.
, , . No. a Eat Fourth aad 16a Alain streoti .;
.... i. :i .. .. Cincinnati.
; CAS FIXTURES.;
ri
ua cnanaeyers. ., l
nan j-nuks, .' ft i f
4,rf.,,., .Bsaoket Lights. : .... ., ..
i - 'I ba0 Lights.- , .,, ,. . .. ,t
" --ui. a. 'I . Ceding aad
" . Window Reflector Lights,
""- ; Shades, Globes.
, SmokeBails,'
Or anything in the Gas Fixture line, is at
McHENRY A CO.'S Depot. .
PIPE-AND FITTINGS.'
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanized).
Cast-irorTSoil Pipe.
, .titoneand Cement Drain Pipe,
Malleable and Cast-iron Fittings,
Steam Valves, Stop Cocks,
.rl T-.-i Gas. Service, aud
SI At nr IT. .r. An Aft..
Or anythingin the Pipe or Fitting line, is at ' -
, . - ilcUHMKI at CO. a tlepot,
'.' ' "- Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street. '
Pumps &' Plumbers': Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps, .
Jjilt and Force rumps,
-f-::.-r ! Beer Fnnps. (Jarden Pnmps, Ao-11'
Bath Tabs, Closets,
- W ash-stands, Wash Trays, '
Bath Hoileia. Sinks,
Ac, Ac. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at
' - . McHENRY A CO.'S Depot. 1
Cas & ' Steam Fitters Tools,!
Screw-cutting Maohi nes. Storks and Dies. I "rills
Reamers and Taps, P. tent Pipe Cutters, Pat-,
ent and Ordinary ' Pipe Tongs, Pipe' Vises,
Meter and Burner Fivers. Gas Fitters' An
gers. Chisels, Ac., Ac. Everything in the above
uneaiwavs on Bandana tor &ieattne manulactur
er's trade rates, at ...... j., .-.. . ,'.
: mchenhy &, co.'s,.;,
He. 8 Eaat Fourtla-aV 162 Alaia Street,
0 CTI-er,30-a3m , ,,t H MJJfCJJfNATI,
MONEY-SAVED. ,
Weave oonstantlyniirenasieg for cash in the New
lorsana pobtoa oiarKets, an Kinds oi ,. , ,
DRV AND FANCY GOODS'. SILKS, COTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOKS. WATCHES. BKW
1NG MACHINES. CUTLKhY, DRESS ,
GOODS, LOMESTIC GOODS,
- 1 i.-. Ac. An.. . .... - .- w.i -, ,
Which we are actually selling at an average price
of One Dollar for Each 'Article; Onr
rales Deing strictly tor casn, and our trade ranch
larger than that of any other similar concern, en
ables ns to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed ot any otner nouse. , ;F-,e..
..THli LADIES,;.
Are especially invited to give ns a trial,, : ., , .
8knd por a Cibculak and Ezcsangb List!
Our club rystem of se ling is a tollows: For 82
send SO patent pen fountains and checks describing
to different articles to Le sold fur a dollar ea ,h: .40
for 84: 60 for 86; 100 for $10. Ac. Sent by mail.
6omfas.tcns larger than those of erf d by imp other
frm, according to size, oi club. , Single lountain
aud check. 10 cents. Male and female scents want
ed.' seed Money tit tcesjiatered t etlera.
Send as a trial dub, and ou will acknowledge
that yon cannot afford to buy goods of any other
noose inereauerv - -" - i -i' i
... , ..... .. EASTMAN KENDAIL. ,
65 Hano.er street, Boston, Mas.
DB-iu2-w6m
HOW, JO.ECOKOMISF.
FOR ONE DOLLAR ;!
If on Can Bay Heap; Deacriptian of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. !
SILVER-PLATED WARE, &c.
SEriiVPORHHCrLtH,OIVIXaFFLL
particulars, or send ONE HOLLAR and receive
ten checks describing ten different articles, whioh
wa will sell ft r One Dollar bach, and as a Com
mission to the 8enuer choice of one article lrom
tachange List, of over 300,-' -
For '9,' 30 chrcks and 20 yrfs. Sherting:.
For' $5, 50 checks and 30 jds. Sherting,
for lOi 1" 1 checks and G5 yds. Sheeting,
or other articles equally valuable.
Should 'the articles named on tr e Checks not be
ilft.iriwl. a .anlentiiin ean be made frou our Et.
CHANGE L'ist; which is greater than that of any
other bouse; and as our gods are acKnowiedged to
be superior to any other concern, we know thitsfter
patroniaiog ns ooce. you will continue to do so. - ;
Male arrd-' -female agents wanted -erervwhere'.
DOVT FAIL TO SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
Address.
f '.-..I ! LABONTE A BABBITT,
... 83 Sudbuty St., Boston, Mas.
nova-w4t-rB-r
XL
Licensed by the United States Authorities J
GREAT OKE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODSSILKS, WO LFNS,
COT'lONa,; CARPE1IGS. BOO 1'H aad .
SHUES, SILVtR PLATEO WARa, .,
WATCHES. SKWING MACH1ES. :!
, ,CCTLERY.4c..Ao.. ,, ( s
To be sold at tbe average prioe of II.OO Each.
Our commissions for clubs exceed these of ether
estarjnsnmeuts, aud ourgmdsare warrantel to give
satisfaction, i Clubs of Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from S3 to SIOO. New Circa ar
and full particulars sent free r. M c,'L.lslil
MAN & CO., AO uanarer St.;. Hoatoa,.
siass, . ... novi-w4t-PB-r
; Window Glass-Warehouse.' ;
EENJAMIIir , H. : SHOEMAXEE,
Xom. SOS, 307, 30 & 911 IV. Alh Sl4
... .j Fflll-AUfe.UPttlA.
' '" '" IMPOKTEB OP ' , .
French and English Window Glass. .'
; French Plate G;ass for Windows.. T .r ". :
'. French Looking Glass Plates.
Hammered Plate Glass for Skylight. ' " ' '-
'. -1 " Floors. . :,.
Colored and Ornamental Cburoh Glass-
Flute i G as for- Conservatories, every siie and
inicaneasy ... :.-.. .- f.:f
By the Original Case, Box, or Single Light.
, Kqaere-wf out to any Irregular Shape.- '
novm-w3m-CPi ;J ;, m.j ;: ... . .':
A NEW PRICE ' LIST ' (u
s Issued this month by the'' "
& flAMLIS ' 0KG4NV.C0.,
and will be aeot, post paid, to every applicant, eon.
taming announcements ot , ,
N EWbr-STYLES ' OF . ORGAN S,
;irKT air IlU.8:'o
! - iff h.l "and."' ' .!;; n't
Four. Octave Oraan. Solid Walnut Case. 850. -
Five-OctaVe rouble Reed Organ, Five Stops,
Bona iv aiauti Kj ee. carveo ana paDenen.eiKD.
Other styles at nrocortionate nr'oes. Warerooms.
154 Tremont street, Boston; SSS Broadway, New
Xork. novjrwat-PMT
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS, :
BUCKEYE , BXjOOH.
REGARDING TIIK TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, 'comfort and beauty
we cordially invite yon to call at oar pleasant Deuv
tal rooms. No. 18 bast llinad street.
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the proBerly qualified Den
tist. '
Artificial teeth mad by n are warn with eom
"vt aod serve tbepurpeies ot speech,- mastication
i oeanty.' As Dentists we aim to be the beat and
is tU.lbatt's ?oet.i" - ' ;:.fii
' Teeth extracted without pain. y7-w6m
i i.i i.i "Ui WtaTaaM Bebbbvb Bakk,
Warren, Ohio, August 19. lsoi.
TytOTICE,"iS -HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
la holders) of tbe outstanding notes of the lata
Western Reserve Bank, and to all other parties in-tere-teri,
that after the expiration of Mx months
from this date, application will be made te th Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State-to surren
der to said Bank tbe stocks deposited to'secnr tbe
outstanding circulation, of said Bank, iq A-nrsu-arice
of the forty-fif'h (43) sccti.ih of an gct'entit ed
An ant t inaoroorate-1. the Srafcn.U.nW nk:-
snd other Banking Companies," passed February
a4.184S.-o X'.l j :-. , . -
ivVwi ,-J?1K1yK'.P'ident.
. M. IS. TItlvh, Cashier.
August l,J68.lu i i . i raugSSwSnl
' - - ;r 1 -', i j - ' -' 1
rJ " "
1 1 m : .. . y . : i . w .. - rt
1 '' "'
FOR ONE
DOLLAR
Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
wwtt-ww rt 5 ,
RAILROAD.
Tire Traiaa LeaveCelambns (Ualaa
JOepot), alalia-. (Patedajra OKceptaa.)
p ' -' v " " :- ' - '-- -: i' ': '
3:83 A. M-. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivingit
'Zaneeville at 6:13 A. M TtellAir m lnin A to
Baltimore at 9M A. M.; Waahington City at 8:40
I' .'. ;: it'ii'l i3r V':"lS'!' ... U
1 i:tO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS TrfviBg
Baltimore at UjlO A.M.; Washingtoa CitatB3i
P.M.
. IAJ
' tniS P. M.EXPRE83 M A fL, arriving at Zanes
villrat4:55P, M.( Ballaire at 8:15 P. M.: Baltimore
v:r. at.; vt asmngton City at 520 p. M.
Close eonneotiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with train for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger' hoi ling: through ticketa to Eastara
cities have the privilege of . : (j "r , j
F felting Washiagtoii 'City Free.
L.Ui !!!- i" .-'t .1 ,5 '",. r iL 7-li ,; i. t-.tL
Jl'iij SIT.".!
fJo Change of Cars, atp.hip Riyer
SLEtPlNd CARS ! 6?T '' AlX '" "NTGHT
-vi TBAINS.1'---'-"
l.. 9::l,-. I . ' oi'Hii-e. '' Vl i;
1 !o '',' h ,:. - : ' f r'H -'il j i'.tt'i
Ask for TICKETS via RELLAIRE
1 , JNO L. WILSON.' Master of Transportatitn
(i L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent . - -JNO.
W. BROW K. Gen'l Paeaenge, Agt.
L
f
MEDICAL.
DRUNKENNESS
V3a I
ki-ssari "
.'J. -if.
-I CURED VTITHI -;"" .''!""
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC,
THE OKLY INFALLIBLE HEHP.DV
A Can be given with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Or Johnston's Treatise ofi "Drnnlt-
enness, its tionsequtnees and. Cure," tree on ap
plication.' Price of Specific per bottle, $150, c;
three bottle for 84.00. p. h ,v f.-.i .. A . n i
. ,, AiiAT,,, .!. , t-cligiellei-j ,
Sole; . Proprietor and Manufacturer. 'olnmbns, . 0
, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, . .
WlT-drAsAwly -...",y,..y-, ui ,
A nrnrrrT Minr
. si rtnrbvi wwn i ,, i-p
For Dysjjepsia, Fever, and Affue-'Aci-.,
j:r ci. i. r "Ji-'
uilv ui uic OLOiiiiU.n, Jjoss oi lppcuie,
Nausea; Heart-burn,' Jaundice, and . all
diseases arising from a disordered state
f the Stomach, Liver or Intestines. (
" Prepared by Seward & . Bentlbt,
Druggists, Bufialo, N.' Y. ' Sold bf all
druggist.''' J-- ' " -"" ' '
K E. SAMUEL A Co., Wholesala Agent ' '
BB-ap4-deesAwy . . . t .i.v '
T CsreiU Xedl8BlaB tle Skin, earn '
wllhoaft Tail every tklud or 17 ,
iffhtly erupt font of tbe fivcet - -
'i'f r ltt?a.lriK, irrlta-inr. OaT" 1 '
' .' ) tdlMtreaawlnr cataaront i-.-
j-. on ainyiiArtj, , .j .: ,;j s ,
1 K " or the pcraon,
1 It htt ntorltr reTfcvnt m or that mortifying erup
tioH,amti mm not Inokimj Qiit9 like a mnm." rrjtM ' ;
rhiirles" E. Koilf. Cent nil Ageut of il icU. Central
E.R., 17J LIroKtlw;iy, St. V. " .
' TIV find it m iitvabifibie remrlv.fbr Tetter. .,. j
write liiffley Uros., IruggittM, Fairllfld, Iowa.
" haee tried pour ralnnlde tvevfy for Jtttrbera ' '
Jtch trith art MKVMt,' writes C. W. X)nmout, of
Leominster, lMnns, -r. . - l
: 6od for circnlnr. Price, 75 cts. ni 91.00. '
freparea only br . ; " SOlDNl PALM CR, ' :
36 West Fonrth Stiwt, Cincinnati, ,
Fnr "a!f hy DragejrtU generalljr.
iept21 deodlwlj '
it .n
THE SCIEtSfCE OF HEALTH.
EVEKV 18 A Ml 88ISS tVN PHlMCitN,
Hollowav'a Pilla and Bollowav's Ointment.
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Bowels The
Stemaeh is the great center which influences the
health or disease of the system abused or debili
tated by excess indigestion, affen.nve brerth and
physical prostration are tbe natural consequences.
Allied to the brain, it is the source of headaches,
mental depression, aervoas aomplaint and unre-
ireshint sleep. . 1 De Liiver oecomes. anecpea a a a
generates bilions disorders, pains in the tide. Ac.
T e Bowels sympathise by Costiveneaa, IHarrhma
and Dvsentery. Tne principal action of these Pills
is on the stomach, and the liver, lungs, bowel" and
' kidneis partteipbs in their recuperative and r.
i aenerative rmeration. ' Errsinelas' and Palt Rheum
! a-e two of tbe most common and Virulent disorder
' prevalent on tt'is continent, lo these tne uint
i mant ia emaeniallv antazanistie."' Its moduS OPCr-
andi" is first to eradicate tbe venom and theneora-
! rjlete fheenre. Had Leas. Old Sores and Ulcers.
I eases of many years' standing, that have -pertina-
t ciously refused to yield to any otner remedy or
i treatment nave mvananiy succumoea to a tew ap-
I nlieationa of this nowerfnl ODZHSOL. Eruptions on
the Skin, arising from a bad state of tbe blood or
chronio diseases, are eradicated, and a clear and
I transparent surface regained by the restorative ao
i tionof this Ointment. It surpasses many of the
' cosmetics and other toilet aprliaace ia. i.: pewet
I to dispel rashes ana other d sfignrements of the
face. Female Complaints, wheth T in the young or
, old, marneJ p-siDSie.at, tne aawn er wonan' eea
or tbe turn ot lite, these tonic medicine' displays
' decided aainlaenee that a marked impmvementi
. aoon, nAreeotibla. in the health of the oatieat. .. . .
) ing a purely vegetable preparation, they are a safe
i and reuaoie remedy tor an classes oi r ernsaaa xo
: every condition of health and station ot life. Pilar
j aad Fistula Every form and feature of these prev-
Aljtnt inj itHhhorn niaorHara ia eradicated Inaall
and entirely by the use of this emolient; warm fo
: mentationa should precede its application. . Its
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable. - ' -- ' j' - ' ' '
Bnth the Ointment and -PLls should be used
the following cases:
Bunions, Burns, Chapped bands, ChilblsiDS, Fi-
. tula. Gout, Lumbago. Mercurial Eruptions, riles.
Rheumatism, Rirgworaii Salt Rheum, Scalds,
I Skin Disea.es. Swelled Glands. Sore Legs, tore
Breasts, Sore Heads, Sore Throats Sores of all
i kinds; Sprains, Stif Joints, letter. Ulcer. Ve
nereal Sores. Wounds of all kinds. ..... ! -CAUTION
1 lone are genuine unless the words
"Uollowav, Nbw yoaa and Lomdoh are di
cernal.le as a Water-mart in every leal of the book
of directions around each pot or boxi the same mav
: be plainly seen by holding thltaj to th light; A
lianrtsnmA.rnwardwiil be ff'Ven to anyone render-
I ing snob information as aaay lead to) the detection
of any party or parties counreiieuing tbe medi
: cineeer vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious. :,-: , I - -il. ,,,! T I lull I '1:
" Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
owey.0 Maiden Lane, New York, and br all re-
speetabte .Draagists, and Dealers ia Medicine
tb-onirnoat f eciviliied world, i -'. . . ' .i i .-:
" Tbersjis oonsiderabie savins by taking the
I 9. B.Dtreetltms for The guidance of patient in
i every disorder are affixed to each pot and box.
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I PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. X Nsw
Cot B8 OP Lectuhib, as delivered at the New
York Museum' of Anatomy,, embracing the ove
jecta: How to live and wbat to live for: Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Maoaend general y review
ed: Theeaase of, indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for: Marriage ptilosopu-
I..1I. Knnoi Az.A , A A . ,,: f'. , : J '.I
! Pocket volumes containing these lectare will b
forwarded to partie unaoie to aiieno, .,u icnitnui
four stamps, by addressimr BACKET A KY. Nlw
YoFg ussrat of Anaipmt, aj .Staariaay Stg
Bboadtat NfwYobk. VM-febi8-dl .
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RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
.J""""!".'l
.u
Ti r..i. -
The Shortest Route Wast No Change of fjar o
:n Chicago, rieokafe and indianapotl. ; '
F0DE TRAI5S DAllf Teave Union Depot. Co
. Iambus, on and after Nov'.SS, lSBSaa
' 'follows: '" ': t- i:J
8.0 ft A. M. TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX-
VJU p.KSS (Sundays excepted). Arrive
at Milford :1T a m, (Jrbana 10:10 a m. Bellefontaine
1:05 o m. 8andnskv 1 11 n m Pinns 11 IS. M Ta-
fcdog.aopm. leiroit Malgpm. . .
-'"'" .uu cApreasiy lor ivicuo kiiii yn
troit bi-SineS'.' arriair m. i n.K 1----. 9 W a h v
leel of any other route.,.
11 fl j MAIL AND PEORIA ETPRESS
l.IU (Hnndays excepted), i Arrives at Brad lord
Junrtion4:40pm, Riokood 6ABp m Iodiatiapo
is8 p i m. LoganfportlOt'io p m, Chicago 8 00 a m.
ton?2 B,VG.lb?r M ": BurriBgton;
Iowa. H46 a m. Keokuk 13:30 n nnl.. i., '
Louisville3:30 a m. Tarre Hants 11-7 n
a m; Cairo 40 p mi Pane 4rtf! a m.-AltboiSsa
field. iir.77T.;rm. r-w
Passengers bv this train reach 8th Leais tbe next
morning boar ahead and for points west
of St. Louis and Keokuk one train in iilnnn..
all other routes. " , .
C.KA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX'
JJV PRESS (Sundays excepted). Arrivesat
I'iquafl3 p m. 1 oledrr 6:38 a m. Ketroft 8: a m,
Bradford Janotioa . 8:30. p m, Loaaosport litaai
Chieaco 80 a m. Indianapolis 3:35a m. Tar Hnia
8:30am; Mattoon 9:18a m. PaoalliO a m. Alton
SMO p m, St. Louis 4,00 p m, Lafarette 7:45 a m.
hpnncrield. Ills ,4:25 p m. (juincy llMp m, Keo
kuk 1:00 a m.i l.nuiaviLle ;0o a rsu NaaaviUa 0 n
jn. Memphis 100 a m.
aW Sleeping ears run in this train' front Colnrh
ba to Chicago aod MU iAHiie without ettarage. This
is decidedl? the ten train from Colt mbus to Chi
cago, St. Louirand Loohtville, ee it mases quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville S
Bra ahead and makes direct connections for
all points West and South on train in advanoe of
aay other yoate. . i i i ;.i . ; x m t. ;;
19.1A;A;M. BIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
f-A,m1J Indianapolis (Vlondays excepted), -via
Logaasport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:18 a
m. Logansport 8:40 a m, Chicago 3r25 p'm, Peoria
5:35 p m, Keoknk 145 p rh, Indianapoli 850 a mv
Terr Baute 19:15 p m.Evaatvilla T M p m. iattoon
J:18 pm, Cairo 4:15 a m. Paaa5K pm. Alton 9O0 p
m, St. louisl:i5 p m. l-afayette 1:10 p m. Loaia-w
vt le 5fl0 p m.Nashviile 5.-O0a m. Uempbia 4:16 pm7
Passengers by tuis train arrive the same day at'
St. Louis 3H boon and Chicago. 8 hoars, ahead of
any other route. , - .
STATE BOOH SIEPHG CARS
Ron in this train frms Pittsburgh to Indianapolis,
apldfs n''''8u Ti' Li-ganspoxt or Indian-
" Tickets for sal at Union and Piqn Depots
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket.
Ofnoe. , ... : -. .i . j . .; i.
A F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent. .
J. M. LUNT.G-neral Superintendent.'
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
- ,
Cincinnati Railroad.
' .'-I - .a-j
.'i ir! L I EXCEPT 8CNDAT.'- .K cnX
Prom Coiombva, ia connection, with Train an tha;
UtUe TOiasal fc Colambim V. Xealas
HwllrnMsla. .
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbns at 1:10
A. M. . Will stop -at Delaware, Cardirirtoa.' LHIeadi
Galiony Crestlioe, Shelby, Bhiloh. New London,,
Wellint ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land HS4A. Hew York 1Ma.1L, T hi train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday..
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Coinmbui'1
at SMI Ai 11. i Will stop at all way tatioa-, Tfii.
train starts f'O a the Freight Yard. '
DEW YORK. hXpRKSS-Leave Colnmbns atf
11:10 A. M. . U ill stop at Delaware, Ashley.CardiBg
ton. Gal ion,- Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wei-
lington. (jrafton and Berea. Arrives et Cleveland -at
3-M P. il ..New Vork next day at 3:30 P. 11. '
M AIL AND EXPRESS- Leave Columbus at 881
P. hL Will stop at Worthiigton, Lewis Centeiy
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shikm.
New London, Wellioatoa, taaeftonand Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 8:60 p. M., New York 7n5 P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chioags. by tak
inc this train, will getcleeping ear; at Crestliae atl
8:110 P M arrive in Port Wayne at 11:60 P. M.,
Ch cage at 808 A. M.. being in advance of all oth-1
er roufs, have ample time for breakfast, and take,
the earliest train for tbe West '' ' :LJ
SPRINOFIKLD ACCOMMODATION! YI A.DEL
AWAKE Leaves Celumbns at JJO P. M, Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring-t
field, arriving at Delaware at 3-M P. M., SprincfielilL
f:50 P, M. This train leaves Springfield at 7:00 A.
M- arrive at Delaware at 815 A. Jlw Uolouibaail
10:40 A.M. ll(t , ,-r .ti M
Pa tent Slee'platr Cars ar rani am 41 z
. might lraratt-inicag,
- i Hew York temti 'i J-::oIi
- " n Bsjt8)8la! .V. u':it.ii'HU
Baggage checked through to 'e'w York' and"
Boetoa, via Cleveland ; alae, to Philadelphia aad
New York, via Crestline. ,
!' ' RETURNING : ' ' X-a
i Nicht Express arrives atColumbns atl:46 A. M, u
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl:
P.M. .-..,. ,i .u.'O-.l
ilail Train arrives at Columbus at KS P. H. . . , .
' Springfield Accommodation arrives atColttiribn
at 100 A. ai. ; : , iv 'j f-i.t, j lie
Fare a Lew as by any Other Routes ,
Ask for Ticket via Crestline or Cleveland.
i','" " ""E.S.FLINT.'
.i',-.L .! Superintendent, Cleveland, OMev! 3
r j - , JAilES PATTERSON. . .
r.i. ,a lr Agent. Colomb (.OhioV 1
Columbus, Nov 13. KSS, -, . t -j ., t
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
sWS.'i
an
RAILROADS
- i.-n H irS. 'TI
;,Jf,l ...'ii iSe..:-i. ")!.'.-
On an 1 after MONDAY. Nov. 23J, 1858, FOV B.
! " TRAINS DAILY will leave Colnmbu ' ;
rofi crircTimAnrouKvixx,' CAiKO, bt
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, Df- ' " J
i ,.,. u.DIAJIAJPLIS ft CHICAOO, v o.iaij
Withoo t change of ears te DAYTON aad RIGS T
MOND, and only one change of car to IN , ,.
; - ' DLAN AP0L1S and CHICAGO. 1 '3 '
i . Connections are reliable as follows "l . 1!
;., Mm.. i : .s . -.1 t;,,AL
1 . ; -. BS TBA1S (DaHj), ,. ,E)
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville,
i Lancaster, Hillsboro and Cbillientbe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia. Morroa, ant Loveiand. arriving a "
i Cincinnati at To am.,
..I., in.i c i"-: e 'Itf-jeTi t4
... : -.0 i SECOND, TRAIN.. t s vrWl
- , (Daily except Suada-J , , ,
liwres at 6WO A. M. for Cincinnati, Daytoa
i Richmond. Indianapolis and Cbieaao, and stop atv
' West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Sclmavr
: Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Co'rwin, Morrow ,
rivina at Cincinnati at 10:3a A eonneAtinw
lh th Uil RVau.i - r ' - w
! THron TPAtV
li 'jioi.;:;
ho.i v!ii1"., ., -"'.- i'o'l' !'...
. (Daily except SundaysJ. ., , , .
Leaves at tits Y:' M' for-blnoinnati. Dayton aid
Springfield, via Xenia, atTiving at Cincinnati at J
I 5?? 7.1 J. H !)'' mi's ,Vt.. Hi.ii u i.
. :i- ,K . CDaily axeept SnndaysO i .i,0,.9 i
Leaves at 6 P.M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and.
I Springfie-d via London, stopping at Alton,-West"
Jefferson, London. South Charleaton, SelmSr
Ce.-arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveiand, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 100 P. M.' - "
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SLeepins; Cart ea all, Nlfht. Traiaa, r
-jy .a HENRY BROOK'S, Tiekat AsJn,Ui
, . vW.ri.tVbaia,'At).iii .h i!-it
oiii,Aa).ia !? -i
lcincinWti,U,;:i "::
j: ... ti ... MM "ill IlIi.Tl
; JOHN DURAN1), 1
GeaT Superintendeut, I
W, O'BKIKN, ,
i - 1Gep1Tioket Agl.
- 1 '" - '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
; ;t..i tsvfi"C -' 1 - ' io e .i.ni:aj
) .1-PAH HASPLai KOUTEJI btwhi
Oir and after jnne 9bth. VKfi trainVwiWm'n ' '
follow! ,j- a i. a.;t. ..ifctti i ii . in. 1..1 - -.J
Leave. N. Y. Exnresa. Mail . 7ant Line
Colnmbu. 1A. M. :1S P. M".,,! J11S A.M.
l OinrnDUS. xwA.m. v:is r, m. nrfe A. Jo .
Newark ... .3.5 A4 M. , 80 P. M.i l lfc35 P. M. i
Stenbenvirie..:8;00T. Al. 8.-40 P. ill S:15P. M, .
Arriveat i mavn .it . !aT
Pittsburgh ....11 10 A. M. 19:00 M. . SP,M
Hamsbrg..,.L., 8:20 P. M
Phil.Helr.tii .. 16 a. M
Jarzu r; W. . oaaia. jn,-
4sJ8P.Mi):i :AMiU
..w York Rim A. M. M
r. si. i:auA. 81,.
it.lilmnu 11. IHll.lll. ' '20 P. M. ' l:SO P. M
ft.
WashiLgton,,- 90 A.M.., 80 P,H, n6P.M.
Boston'r.....'. 8K P. M. lJHWP. M.
E'eeant ata'e room sleeping canon all ntgh ttraine, '
On ihe fast Line tbe celebrated Silver Palace' ,
davand niahtearrare ron thnmsh from Celumbns
to Philadelphia and New J witbonl change. . ,,,
S3T Passengers by the JKIO A. M. bnnday train
arrive in New erk acftloek Ueoday aaerbrnt '
1 l.ta?W.W5f?rif; r SCVT.KI. li
i w w V. a4?Tf V i"?- Btemhoawiiio.; t, i,
; W. W.CARD, Superintenner t, Meubenville. 0.
I . " H. B. BROOK? '
jnaelo.dlyjnM '-x .'i. -'i .. " ,i . .!;'ftui.7i
T-aASsJAOE "' la as n 'Sr-sannwi Enriaas
Li Britain and Ireland,, by rjleamship and tiaH-"
iJVlli52."tll,JklJ lings. atredecedratei. TaP,
SCOTT BROS. A C0.7' 86 South street, iNea .
Yerki'evtntinue an issne Passsre Tickera inn.1,1. '.
far. twelve months, from '.ondoa. l.lvarnnni.
Qaeentowr4.and Drafts, c ac)ev au 4 ean an a, fos
any amount, from XI andnvtwardiu ..
BAILEY' 1KOMPfJ,-'-1-cOiAgEt; 1 -iaokll-wly-HMv
.-riiljaatnralf uMaroba,.,..!

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