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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Blewlag thsarrlval and departure nf trains at CW
u and attar. Moadar, Har. MJ,
Ml trains viU ruu as follows : T
Clewelaasl. Otlnaku Aral t.
K.TL 'Wtahi Hpreea.VTrl A.V Af. M
New York Express -,11:10 A. Mj .JtSOtP, M.
Mail and xpreas. .......... x:40 P. M. M5P.M.
Ma. 1 Aossaann aaAiaa ,i. .... SH A. Ho 1.4 PM.
W'hlstrntniaMWllTrrMavTnrrmlnV -in MnnA.-.
' JAMK8 PATTKHHON Awt.
UtUe KlaBUkOslaaiiaift Xeala R.atV
-mi. I i -r y,i .'--M4Va.'--i 'kBarrav
X1aatSitarat...AM.v.jiM. Wa A. aL, 1A.11
QiaoinnaU A naodatioa,. 590 A. M J4 P.M..
Kxprea. 1:45 P.M. ll:O0 A. M.
Anneea....,.... k r. m. i:s r. n
..- .J .'. ; .VY.H. H. Shisn .Airent.
. vu i Vkla MTiataa, .
-J." '' 1.BATB. -!a IV. '
KtrMEaaTeai...v...... feu A. M. 18:10 A. it
Lightains Express.,. -11:10 A. M. . 63 P. M
Kxnrsss MaiL. .....1:16 P. M. 1530 p. M.
,7T 1 ' . A- D. Smot, Airent.
aiaaiarckleaf a aa4 Uilana Cea-'
J.. ........ tralliailwar. ' '.-
artgtt BxpVa..il.....4.r3:4e A. JJ A. M.
Tnlaalo inn MA. H.tlKIS P. li
Wmwi Kxpraas, 5 SO P. Mr 75 P. U. .
Day Express........... ..... 1:15 P. M: 11 4a A, M. .
. iuu, .agent. "
bKiaakr. Maaallald kWMark S a
Trains leave Newark and arrive as follow '
, . 1BATB. AKRTTB.
yislgbt. ...... j.. , a aa A.K tabsP.m.
Mail sad Eipre....k....l A.M. . P.M.
aaaatfeldlprU..P......... 3.44 P.M. 9.45 A. Id.
f.wa.
A. W. Duwu. Acantc
rittaarcki. CI
'"t r .h-.,i ... mT-'! ABttrvw. :
Vaw York Express.... :15 A. M. . hhOO Mid't
Luteins Kxprwu.. 1140 A-M, 6:46 P. M.
Mail and Express... J9JP.M. M:4SP, M,
Daaaisea AcommdticmI 50 A. U. ' t0 P. M.
w lark Esrrwa feudally.- All ether traiaa'
raeaejly. except andayv - - -Denaiaoa
AeeomaaodatioB, . atarta from freight
POHK . JITKBI, Amelia. -
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
J t, !- ' s' i AKKITM. ' OUtlt. 1
aatara Tlimavli Kails. A. M. T. K. A. . r. n
ia-' Maabaarilla- and
PiUsbonth UJ 1SJ W 1M
IMrn Way Uaila, C. C. . ,
O.B B30 ISM
Harthwwt, Tt Ft, W. -. - i .
C, U.U,C.V.H. R.t .--. fcM , v... T Ta
Chicof TiaC.P.41. C. .T,v. '
Llttl. Miami B.B.TW ".1! : n'llV - Vji
I! O. K. S7 Newark.
ZanaTil1a A Wheeliog. .... 1t9 , . 13
C. O. R, War laa-' 1J ....
C- . A X IbroB4-k aa4 n. i - '" --
Way t i. M T;SB
ClrelaTilU. ChiUiaotha , ',, .
Portamoath. ...... ...... ' f5M ' 7
anautar. Uhto. ... , . . , ! .-t - : fcS - TJO
ut way. National Road. It JO .... .... lljafr
S7- Way.Wa.tar- .
Tilla.Ae MSI '-.... .... ' 1
orth Coiambai and Ulls
inn villas.
WaahinatsaCA.'aiaHar-'
risbort. tri-waeklyj
.1 ;:'ii,-J-
-r? ! 'VV I-..
'.I i
amraw omiaya Wad
aaadaya, A Fridays, and
.4 1
7
laavas l aaaaaya. i nara-
ala.a aiul Aatlfdan,
arai
CaaiMTHlua. (tri-waek
IrJ TavasdAji,thandayi NX. - .,
J KAn)a.rt 1
m.. ; BaV
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Postoffice,
December 2, 1868.
Alloa 0 B - Allan P O Aranfar Godft'i
Alford Dr Henry Andrews J C AriMtroKf J W .
Alio Mia Vaof Aoli Mary . . ,
i. - ..... - B " 1
Barbae Mrs K A
Bradley PraneUBlaka Horton, .
B rtla fnae BawkJanaa ',;
BaUer Miaa M Banna Sam
Browa Manriaa . r
Hoyor J t)
BlHy Joe K
BoU W W
- tin-', ;i-.-J l-.-n i i I
Clark Miaa Alio Cilaanlo A - Conkla Mrs D 8
CroaaaMrsEIii'tbClark M E B Crooa MisaEhsa
Caaa Eliey B Cranaton K Coyle Mi's tllen
Carroll Geo W Clark OF Chaloni Prof JJ
Caaa Mrs Jane Cohan Lewis A Cattolo Mra M '
Crosa Mrs MarrK Clorar MisaMol Cook Mra MarjS
CawaUWH . -..y- . ,.
Podaa Col I Mra DorbHa A - i Dann Conrad
Bolan Dad Dixon Oeo H Dann Geo ' "
Pari Mr. HO
llalaon John '
Don . la Miaa H
Daford 8 T
XlmTies a n Aiiauen aoon u -Dilbaaf
Mrs U Daan Mike
Dorror Mrs M DiokeyBarNS 9)
XaatorJarH ,.,
XraoaJoha
Ebolson J Edwards John
SransRiebard -
ralnorCapt J
Ferry Mrs L - :
lannarS
Pari Joe
Toiler Orrea
Pelton John K
Freenua Miss S
GwaWOBOTMrsftPGarmaa Dr H Growa J H i ' ' '
Gktasoa MrsM Klay R , tirlm Wat
Hyda Miaa A Vie Harria Mrs EmEill Hiss Eva
ilaaakay Miaa LisHaMTt Fred - , Horloaker Urnth
laud Juki Harris Jos C Harris Mies Julia
HandaTnProfJHHalsa Miss MolHo'.IenbatshMr M
i au.n Mrs M I Hwtaaison n V! H1 roil
m-m . ni. IT tI7 TXT U UTI'
Harris 8 1
fiaaaa W.W
Hane Wilson 8 .-
i..i u i ;
t ' Ibasoa Mis Anna : - U -i
t -i-.r ,J i ! Pi i -'
'Cold" Jaekaon Mra E Jaeksnn Elaa
Job Mr
jamesjonnu a ones ansa Jiaiigsa .
JonaaJ B '
Eaiaht Clara,, King F H :
Kin Mrs H Kain Mrs J
Kepler J W
- i, !' : -
Aott MissHattielewis Mra Jon A
Lareoaib Thos t Juindsey Will i
Sk . ...
jane. Joha
KalscyCbaac
Kioamaa Hon 7
Kelly James
larW Frank P
lrkia Un It .
M
Vmlammarv aara"lHolHQv Daanis ' Malonar ST.
AC Minton ears E Mebalfsy F M "
"aoro Goe (1 " i Measaager J C( Morton Jaraea "
Moaro airs I A Mehea Joha M r Marphy Magrie
Muaroe Mary. ,,, Mollny ran Mary Marshall snrsN B
MettiaPatar . Merideth Kieh'd Mathews tarf't
Matterr Rami Manningm-sS MooremisiSalUe
Mnrr Thaajaa 'MUlar nua V ' .i Millar John '
Miliar aua J!'raneia A j n : ;- -:
. . ;'!.'.:-....: WCa.. ...
MaCoasbB : -! MaCraryJasCS) MoCoyJC - . ,
MaOaoaU aiaa Battio i MoCaba Xareoea
eiU.U-.a .-.'"v '.. - !
Kaedlas aias Haney ... ... ,
OwansECaola Odlejohn" VLearyPat
PnTIHpa fJ S
PatersoaDA ' Phatns it GO)
ParaoasJaa Potter J B - -Faioar
UiuMD Prioe M. .
man sirs m .
Park SWT
' Palmar Thao
Root Mrs AM Baby Chai E
Re.Boldn D J , Rnis Mrs L.
RookaleU J M Raqaat Mis I
Byan Mika Ranion Hn P :
V- V.t Snu Miaa P
''Ross sirs O '
Renfroa G M
Russell Miss M J
Riwiand Peter
Kobiaaon Miss T
Raid Was f. ... .
...... .I - ?r g
BwsJn.mrsKat Sargent missC A Fpeneer miss C
Snider Emma bberdon mra E Steele F
Bimmons QW Sargent Henry - Bnaek t H
Bealte J M btaal John Jas Utawart Jaa B
Bbarman 1 W Btone mra M J Beoyie mrs M H
8oaneer mlssMA rlohoby miss M Settles miss. M
8bepard miss Bbarpa miss BV riimpsoa Rob
BoottfD StTensWt, eoaniaa Wm
bmitk missAdoia :.-i:.-ut.. r. '..: j. i
Tomson miss A Taylor mrs E J Thompson Geo
TbonnmanHe'r Tiller John ' Taylor mrs M;
Tattle 8 8 y
Tananea E CTineent I (5) Volley Jama
VaaUord W fxYaaness W W CD '
Walstoa Mint A Wilson A brier GWagner Cathera
WMlis Mrs B Wiloox D F Webster Miss D
Wlkins Darld Wagnar Fard'ndWhitemara Geo '
WHtmaa liaw Wbiteomb It r Ward Oroar F , ,
WiMiamsoaMissSWilaim 'JLB L Warner W 1 J
Writht Waiter Williams EdM Williams Joan
Williams Albert Whita Mrs F K r y
........ K . T r.
Zeiglor Martin Zeigler Mrs Mag
. flU0EIXAHEODS.
Cherry Saml A Ca
Eeiamaa G A Son
JiauaamlACo ? '
Jones A Aces
Myers. Rouse A Co
J. J. Wood, P. M
FURNITURE.
XUIBAXL BALK.
- OHABLXS 0. BKLLOVB.
F. BUTLBB. -.
BAUt. BULLO W V BUTLEB,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nm. 81618 Hiffh St., .
. COLDUBCs. OHIO.
(7Air KteM Jfomfadorf U at (As Aol
- &mMar(. oe Oa Cuooj J
Their basiness tranaaetioas, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend thToagboat the States of Ohio.
PenaeylTaaiB ana inaiana. iney manniaotora -
PARLOR.
BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
KITCHEN FURNll URE '
f an class us and erary desiga of saperi or work
manebip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
OTery aaeeription. Wkolaaale aad Retail. - , .
IfebD-decdlT-
GROCERS.
M'C0IJ,1ULI1S:.& MDOMLDSa
NO. M4 W SOUTH HIGH STREET'
PBOP I aSTOBS COUP 1 BUS POWC
Ur R MAGAZIN B. and agenta for the ,!, o?
Masard Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
uardsk r raipps' co.s
CelakntteoV - Cmred lamia,
and dealers in
rOKEIG2T DOMESTIC AND STAPLE!
GROCERIES
Ualltbeiryarietiaa, Imported Wiaas. BraadiM
CUars, ato. -- ' - I-wob
aiicnnisT,); gray & co:
Ns.' 25, 25, it 2S. High ?trpet,
Ut.-i.Sl-il I 9(: l , fttlj g t-.i!-jr;' ! V.i
T0rVATT.(s kwTfrw- ' tOTgaa'inll
Vy-i-of Porobiairs ta Uair nnasaally eateusire
Eitr. RVoVBIseVStlki? '''-
-v .Noreltiesia Faoay Silkat -i.fj.ri vv. .! I
-4.' "Pi o. impress mouis;.," . , j (..
English and stench dergaa; ' "; .'"
OhamaKon Epinalinas;1 n 1: : '
Rieb. Uyons Cloak Valssta; ... , , i . .
... Aorelties in Plash Cloakinrs; . , i , ,
Vslyeteens for making Coatumen; J "
. Astraehaa and Chinohilla Croakings;
-i- Haparb Paisley Shawtoi..- :i,riu
., Cashmere aad Broaha Shawls; T
,. Point de Gase Laeea. Collars and Sets;
J" B arris' Seamless and Altxaodres' Kids;''
t-! eaparior Winter Hosiery " , .- .l ;
umMiataa' and Man' Marino Tests. :.,,-
'THE
, HOST COMPLETE
e-.'t 1
STOCK :f.;.:.
f . "... " i . :
11
IN THE CITY -
ii
.'. It VfJ!:- !!,
OJT
al.l ' ' ' ' 1 -I Ill
if. :..i;t;
Honra Furnishing Dry Goods; . . .;: n--
Ul-nlri... Ain.Un. !.;.-.
t Sheetings Lace Curtains; Towellngs Ac. io
Also Trimming Satins.
I
- : t
i ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
v - ' - -
Merino Unrlanarmants of all arades an onall.
ties fur Gentleman, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a fresh stoek of Hoop fckirts aad Uorsots in the
newest styles.
oetT-dsm GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
-:l art -:-: '
; i 1
; jN"- E W'
FATJi 1 . AND : WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXfRAORDINART INDUCEMENTS
ii-n!t-. !
TO : BUY AT
r J A U GHTON'S!
Poronuers of Dry Goods are cordially inrited ito
caii ana nxamino wo
iE W, S T O C K.
- DRESS GOODS .
FARCY GOODS-,
i- SHAWLS
DOME8TIC8 .....
'ETERTTHISG
....CHEAP!
...CHEAP
....CHEAP!
.CHBA.P
....CHEAP!
JAMES NAUGHTON,
v IIS tc 122 SautM Hich Streets
BOTlI-dly-aprir COLVHBVa. OBJO.
CLOTHING.
CL.OTHING,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE!
. . . THE OHIO . . .
MercbantTaiIoring& Clothing Co.,
" SO. 189 OPZBA EOVSE SLOCK,
,; ' '' ' Calnaaai aa, Oltia.3
A RCPRRBHCW STOCK of CLOTHS,
1 V Cassimeree. Oyarcoatina and Vestinas. both
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and Winter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION ;
Win always find both ear materials and onr work
to bain the height of the made. We a.iall spars
no pains in produoiog the most elegmt and fash-
loaaoio garmanta to De touna any wneie.
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Of which a great part is manufactured by onrselres.
ib ma latest ana moat lasoiouaoie styles, win al
ways be found en our shelres, in all the rarietias
ot ,iaa season, at rery low prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept oo hand.
atniti sir.ise.. superintendent..
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W. G. PbfiKS. Foreman.
oct23-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium,
No. 2SO South High St.,
--o ' cOaLiinBUs. ohio.
I HATS JUSX RECEIVED THE.
largest and (nest stock of FaU and Winter
Goods oror brought to this oity, eonaisting of
IV-enoh,
' Exig-llilx axid
Xjomtlo Cloths
v . i . Cam aiimeir e, &s.,
Wot Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sail at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on band a wall selected
took of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER,
jnSS-dly 2 South Hich strart.
COMIHSSION.
WM. MONTJPENY,
Forwarding . and ; Commission
- MEBCIIAN T,
DSALXR IH
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
OCR) WHISKY) Ac.
tor T ' . ' it Prices Paid at all times for
Cora, W , Barley, e c, etc. ,
T FT C E : e
Near West Ernst mt Nstt'l H siA Brldffej
COLUMBUS, CBW.
feblWeodly
COAL.
T. ALLEN. Agent.
WIIiIj CONTINUE THE COAL BD
NES at his present stand. --
No. 13S North Hich street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKINO COAL, whioh he is prepared to sail a
the lowest market price. -
OaT Special attention paid to Bhipping.1
mjJO-eoaiy
NAUGHTON 8
L4 I THTmTTl
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XKBi XAR6EIT AWBrifllOlT COM
PLETE "'tl
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BOOK & JOB PRINTIXG
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ESTABLISHMENT 1
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IN CENTRAL 0Hl6.
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Nos. 36, 58 & North mgh
f 1 '..li - '! J. ,";! i i . . - j: -flu'.:
COLUMBU8f OHIO -
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The attention the Business Poblio ealled to
the snparior facilities of this Establishment.
We hare in constant use
I 1 -
Eleven : Steam ' Power: Presses
I OT Tl
BEST AND LATEST ; KINDS
And onr ability.'to gat out worx promptly Is
surpassed in the West. Wo bare lately ,
-. made additions to oar already
- ' ' ' "v .
UHflE TABIE1V - r
i i,, H 1 ; I - v ,
PEINTIHG TYPES,
And wo feel eonfident to satisfy all who may aire
asaeall. Onr large fonts of typo enable as
todoall kinds of ' ' ' ' "
BOOK PRIiTIiG !
n the most prompt and excellent manner, and wa
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this ins to the
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That wehaTssxecated in th past year.
JOB PRINTING!
Tha reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to the basiness eommnnity.
Employing, as wa do. none but tha
Best of v Workmen.
And haying a full assortment of tha .
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
Wa will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
' . ALL K.IIIDS OF
Mercantile,
Railroad, ;
Bank and ,
'.' Commercial
Printing,
BUGS AS -
Bill Heads, . , Cards, .
Circulars. Letter Heads. '
Blanks of an kinds Checks,
Drafts, Ac, &c.
1H FACT. .
EVERY KIND OF JOB PRIXTIXG
Heeded by the basiness public.
Wa also keep on band a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printini House in the oity snob as
Super RoyI fflrdimna,
Dcbbj, - Crown Cap.
(Jap, - . aLetter aad
TNToto. . Xasipers
Of tha best qualities, and. purchasing them as wa
do, diraotly from the mannfaeturer. wo are
enabled to do our work at oorrespond
: lngly low rates. Wa are Sola
Agents for tha
. CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PJL,A.TlVEIt &, PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS.
Wa particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by u. W e are preoared to
fill all orden for
Ijedlserai
aTo-curxxcaXaai.
U .-v I
Cash
looki
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style or paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US! A3CALL
fNEVINS & MYERS,;
So, S8 .fc 40 Northr.HlKli Street,
OOWMSl 8.
, miscellaneous; . A
THE SUCCESS
Of our: ONE DOLLAR'SAljK IM aasid" sach
ii iiJtirttii.i s$i ici.iii..
A. COMPLETE . ..
, -(,. --..; ... in, i.(.(-.T3Ti riiii JA
i tint era . 1 a' t- Trrs'"."'i'-!
I That In order to supply the demand beoasionsd by
; onr constantly increasing patronaaa. wa hare re
cently made imputations tor tha i'all Trade, direct
from European Maa-facturers. j . ', ,.
Amounting to Nearly $500,000,
So that we are prepared to sell erery description
of Dry and Fancy Goods, Silrer Plated Ware. Cut
lery. Watches, Albums, Jewelry. Ao-. of better quaU
. ity than any other concern in the country for the
. uniform price of ONE DOLLAR FOK KACH AR
' TtCLE. Tbe best of Boston and New York refer
f noes ciren as to the reliability of oar house, and
that oar business is conducted in- the fairest aad
most legitimate manner possible, and that we
gire greater value for the money than can be ob
tained in any other way. All Goods damased or
' broken in transportation replaced without charge.
Checks describing articles sold sent to agents in
Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
every article to cost less thin if bought at any Bos
ton or New York Wholesale House,
Our Commissions to Agents
. Exceed those of every other establishment of the
kiiid, proof of this can he fonnd in ebmparing our
premiums with tboea of others for Clubs of tha
same sisa. in addition to which wa claim to give
better goods of the same character- We will sand
to Aaents free of cbarxe. - -
For a Club of so and Thrxr Dollars 1 dox.
.good linen Shirt Fronts; 1 sat Solid Oold Studs;
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large size; 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 10 rards
brown or bleached St acting, good quality, yard
wide; 1 elegant lOOPioture Morocco-bound Knots.
j Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope and Is Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated engraved 6 bottle Castor; 1
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
anoed handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol; SO jards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair bast quality Ladies' -Serge C'.nrreas
Boots; I dosen fine Linen Towels; H dosan Rogers',
best Silver Dessert Forks; 1 Ladies' larire real Mo
rocco Traveling Bar: 1 fancy Dress Pattern, H
dosen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
1 dosen Ladies' fine Marino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased S 'lid Gold Ring; 1 pair La
dies' bigh cut Balmoral Boots, I elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
Fob a Clfb or 90 ano Viva Dullabs 1 black
or colored i lpacna Dress pattern; 1 set Laos Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool B.ankets; Ensrared Silver
plated S bottle Revolving Castor I beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards very
fine Cassimere, for Fa . ts and Vast; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: I
. elegant Satin Paras ', heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf Boo st 90 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brow a or bleached tbeetirg.
Iard wide or 40 rards yards wide, good quality; 1
adies' elegant Morocoo Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool Shawl: 1 plain Norwich Pool in Dress Hat
tern. IX yards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloak'ng
Foa a Llcb or 100 and Txn Dollars-1 rich
Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to march; 1 pair
Gents' Frenoh Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher: ve-y fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; I web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; 14 yards fine Cassimere for
suit, 1 e'egant Poplia Drea Pattern; 1 elegant
English Borage Drees Pattern; I beautiful English
Berage Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
' and Forks: 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver H noting-case
Watch; 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing Machine;
' Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages; Si yards good Hemp
Carpeting, good colors; 1 pair good Marseilles Quill'
1 good barrel Revolver; I elegant Fur Moff aad
Cepat 1 single barrel Shot Oun; 1 silver plated en
graved bottled Revolving Castor, eutgiaaa bot
. ties; 1 very fine Violin and 3ow.in case; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the same
ratio.
as Send Money by Registered Letter,
AfaT- Send for our now Fall Circular.
MW Catalogue of Goods sent to any address nil
PARKER .Sr. CO ,
Nos 98 and 100 Summer street, Boston.
rasep8-wl2w - -:
'Administratrix's Sale of
;: Real Estate. ' ".'
TS PURSUANCE OF AW ORDER OP: THE
I Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio. I
will offer for sale, at publio auction, on
H'cdaeMlaTf the 83d dsj of De
. : cember, A. . . -
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, noon the premises, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in the city of
Columbus, county of Franklin and State of Ohio,
to-wit:
Being the north half (n XT of fraction No. 3 and
lot Mo. 4, commencing 31 J, feet from tbe southwest
corner of fraction number three and lot No.. 4 in
South Columbus, and from thence north 78 desreea.
east 187 X feet to an alley; thence with tbe west
line of said alley north IS dexreea, west 31 ii feet;
tbence a westerly direction and parallel with the
first line ltK feet to tbe east line ot ront street;
thence a southerly direction and with the east line
of runt street 31 feet to tbe place of beginning,
being tbe north bah of said lot No. 4 in said frac
tion Ho. S
Annraisnd at 1.300.
Terms of Sale One-half cash in hand, and the
other ore-half in one yar from the day nf sale
witu Intel est, tbe deferred payment to be scoured
by mortgage upon the premises soli. '
CATHARINE E. SILBERNAGLE.
Administratrix of Adam Silbernasle, dee'd.
Wi L. Hbtl, her Att'y, novSl-dltw4w '
Sheriff's Sale.
John P, Trabne et al. ) Court of Common Pleas of
vs franklin county, O.
Alex H. Trabne et al.) In Partition. -
tn t it issuance of an obdkk of
J. sale in the above stated ease from said eonrt
to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at the door of
tbe court bouse, in tne oity ot vioiumous. umo, on
Saturday, the 26ch day of December, A.
- . D.1868,
at S o'clock P. M., tbe following; described real es
tate to-wit: the same being sitnate in Franklin
township, connty of Franklin and State of Ohio,
and bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a stake on tha margin of the Scioto
river, being tha southeast corner of the Trabue
survey No. 5311; running thence on the south line
of said survey south 64 degrees, 30 minutes: west
ST so-ioo nolea to a stake: tbence north 40 decrees,
25 minutes; west 14 80-100 poles to a stake; thenoe
north 64 degrees. 30 minutes, east 40 4-100 poles to
a siake in tbe margin of the riven thence down
the river with the meanders thereof 8'Utn 15 de
grees, east 11 pules and 60-100, south 36 decrees,
15 minutes, east 90 61-100 poles to the beginning,
MnntjiininfflO acres. 1 rood and 30 poles.
Terwa--One-third cash in hand on day of sale,
one-third in one year and one-third in two years
from da of sale, back nay meats secured byniort-
Appraixed at $5,000.
Printer's fees 13 75
GEORGE H.EARHABT. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
DrkselA Mayo. Att'ys. " norlS-d'twtd
Sheriff's Sale.
. Isadora Frey ) Court of Common
vs rless of franklin
Christopher Kneewater et al.) county
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP SALE
in the above stated ease from said court to me
directed, I will offer for sale at puhlio auction at
the door ot tne eourt Douse, in tne city ot uoium
bus, on . ,
Saturday, the 19th dav of December, A. D
1868,
at 1 o'clock P. M the fallowing described ororer
ty. to-wit: situate in the county of Franklin and
htata of Ohio, to-wit:
l.ot No. six (6) of Joha Short's subdivision of let
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to the oity of
Coluinbus, Uhio, saia premises conveyed to said
Chris opher Kneewater by John G. SicGuSey and
wile, oy aeea aarea juaron sum, a., u. icei.
Appraised at rlsfl.
Printer's feea All 110
GEO. H. EARHART. Sheriff. -
By J. . bull, Deputy.
J. G McUur.BT, Att'y. '
novlT-wtdAdlt .
Legal Notice.
ABA CROMER. WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Soussn Cronierdid. on the 3d day of ftoveui.
ber. 1868. fileherpetition in the office of the Clerk
of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
county of Franklin and Si ate of Ohio, charging
. i i i . , , lit: i 1 r . i.
. toe sal isia vimmer wibu wiiiiui atus.uco iruui m,
said plaintiff for more than five years last past, and
asking that she may be divorced from said sa
Cromer, andtbat she be allowed reasonable alimo
nj.wtioh petition will stand forbearing at the
next term ot said uourc.
Dated Noven-ber 4th, 1868.
SOUSAN CROMER.
By W.'A. Purtlebauoh, her Att'y. nov3-6w
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE,
T WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP-
X CKi i in tne city ot t;oiumous, a larm ot ie
acres of land near Ottawa, the connty seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will par the difference, if
any, in cash. Toe lana is situate at tna corner ot
crossroads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared, it 18 very ricn ina, ana wen tim
be, red with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice busch
A good bargain will be given.
S. W. ANDREWS.
Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
mar3-wly
DR H. O. HELMICK
GIVES SPECIAL" ATTENTION TO
the treatment of diseases of Females. There
are many lames in every eommnnity who are afflict
ed with what is tern.ed female weakaess. Dr.
Helmiok has discovered a remedy that is warrant
ed ta cure the most severe cases, no matter how
long standi! g. Ladies can consult the Doctor at
his oflioeor by mail, on all diseases peculiar io theit
sex. The strictest pri.aoy observed in all cases
Office No. 155 North High street, Coluiubu. Ohio
ju2-wly -
FOK THE I.OL1PAV.-How to invest a
Dollar profitably. Send 25 eents for a certifi
cate in Packard A Co.'s Grand Ho iday Distribu
tion, consisting of Pianos, Melodena, Gol I and Sil
ver atehes. Jewelry, Ac, valued at 75o.0O0
Every article to be disposed of on tha popular One
Dollar plan, and not to be paid for nntil you know
what yon are to receive. Certificates andoirculars
sent on receipt of S6 cents or five for II.
PACKARD A CO 18 West Fourth street.
cc-nov34-w4w Cincinnati, O.
COUNTY BOtHD SCHOOL KXAITII.
NERS' MKETINGS. The Board of School
Examineraof Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on tbe la.t Friday and Saturda-o
each mouth in the year. Al. -o ihe second Fri
day and Saturday of the sp.iu. uud fall months.
aprlO-wtf
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OHIO -SAW- WORKS.
Patent Ground Circular Seyvre), '1 1
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND AHD BIP SAWS.,,".
Rorr airing C AaaruLLT 'and PbomptlT Dokb,
WUOOKUliVII or lrIePAUA.IN, '-'
r,., . HBirrH?on, Ohio, and
factories -1 g a 8i0 Wm. Tti. i;!-i...tlO.
Warehouse. 11 A 14 Wast 2d street, Cincinnati. 0.
THE iPLACE TO BUY
no";-f LAMP. ;COODS, ;-' - '
Kerosene Chandelie'S.
Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps, '. '
....... ... ..... Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and" best kinds or Burners. Chimneys,
Wicks, or ant thing in tbe Lamp line,, for lighting
ChurohdS. Balls or Dwellings, is at
MOHEBiKY A U".'S Ueoot. '
Nos. 8 East Fourth and W Main street,
i !: v.' r;-.; -i. -,..;x,.,Cinpinnatiw
CAS
FIXTURES.
Gas CbsndeTieri, '
xian. 4igubs.
Bracket : Lights ' " ' '
si
J--. jronabie Liignts.
.. Ceilinaand ..
1 f
'"'-J Window Reflector Lights
Shades,Globes, i
Smoke Bells.
Or anythln : in the Gas Pixhire line, is at
AlCUtftKl A VU.'B .Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wronght-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanised), . r - i
uast-iron aoii r.pe.
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,
. Malleable and l-ast-imn Fittings,
Steam Valves, Stop Cooks. .
Gas. Service, aad
Meter Cks. Ac.. Ae
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at . ,
iacnr.nn.1 m mv.'B uepor,
v -,1 Kos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Alain street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps,'
: rAuxt and force rumps, - - .
Beer Pnmps. Garden Pumps, Ae..
, J' Bath Tabs, Closets,
W ash-stands, Wash Trays,
Bath Boilers. Sinks.
Ae., Ae. - Everything in the above lino, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at
ucucnai at uu. b Liepot.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw-cutting Machines, Stocks and Dies. I 'rills
Reamers and Taps, Patent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Plyers, Gas Fitters' An
gers. Chisels, Ac. Ao. Everything in tbe above
lineal wave on hand and for tale at the manufactur
er's trade rates, at
MoHENRY fe CO.'S,
No). 8 EaslFourlh 4c 169 lain Street,
O cn-tep30-w3m . CJJTCIJjrATI. ,
MONEYSAVEO.
We are ennstantlvnnrenasing for aa9h in tha Naw
Tork and Boston Markets, all kinds of
DRV AND FANCY GOODS. SI LK9. COTTONS
BUD IS Anil BHUIO. Vf A IGnfiS, BbW
1NO MACHINES. CUTLE iV. DRESS '
i GOODS, DOMESTIC! GOODS,
. . Ao.. Ac. 1
Which we are actually selling at an average price
of One Dallar for Each Article. Oar
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade mnoh
larger than tnat ot any c.tber similar eonoern, en
ables us to give better bargains than oaa be obtain
ed of any other house.
THE LADIES '
Are especially invited to give us a trial. "
Sbmd fob a Circular and Exchanob List.
Our clnb svstem of sa line: is as follows: For SS
sand 20 patent pen fountains and cheeks describing
a J: tT . -r A . . m.AA .... - U . A.i
for t-t: 60 lor Jo: luo tor tio. Ac .-ent by man.
Commie 'icn larger tkan thou cfertd by any other
firm-, acoording to sise iA eiub. Single louutain
and check. 10 cents. Male and female agents want
ed. Mas in.ney in sicyiaierea eiiers.
Send ns a trial club, and ou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
boose thereafter. .. .
HOlJlin KtlUAI li,
65 Uano.er street, Boston, Mass.
DB-in3-w6m
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
FOR ONE DOLLAR
Isn Can Buy Every Descriptlan at
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
SILVER-PLATED WARE, &c.
SENDFORCIHClILitRtCIVIKGFCLL
particulars, or send ONE DOLLAR and receive
ten checks descriDing ten ainerent articles, wnicn
we will sell f r Uns Dollar bach, and as a Com
mission to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300. : -,...
For 3, 30 checks and 20 yiis. Sherting.
For 5, 50 checks and 30 jds. Sheeting,
For $10, luo checks and 65 yds. Sheeting,
or other articles equally valuable.
Should the articles named on tbe Checks not be
desired, a selection can be msde from onr Ex-
chaogb List, which is greater tban that of any
other bouse; and as our go ds are acknowledged to
be superior to any other concern, we Know tnt alter
patronising ns once, yon will continue to do so.
Male and female agents wanted everywhere.
DO.VT FAIL TO SE.ND FOR CIRCULAR.
Address,
LABONTE A BABBITT.
,83 Sudbury St., Boston. Mass.
nov9-w4t-i)B-r
FOR ON B
XL
' tLicensed by the United states Authoritiei.l
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS, WO'lLENS,
COTTONS, CARPE1IGS. BOOTS and
SHOES. SILVfcR PLATEU WAR-.
WATCHES, SKWlu MACHINES.
CUTLERY. Ac. Ao..
To be sold at the average price of tl.OO Each.'
Onr commissions for clubs exceed those of othei
establishments, and our lodsnre warranted to givi
satisfaction. Clubs of 'I en and upwards receive
articles valued at from 3 to 8)100. New Circa aj
and full particulars sent free n. H iLiil l)
tN A tv, AO aaamower St . Hoetoa
niaaa, , . novl3-w4t-FB-r
Window Glass Warehouse. '
BENJAMIN H. SHOEMAKEE,:
iSou. SOS, 207, 309 & 911 1. ath St.
PHILADELPHIA.
, latrOBTEB OF ,
Trench and English Window Glass.
French Plate Gias for Windows.
French Looking Glass Plates.
Hammered Plate Ulass for Skylights.
Floors. ,
Colored and Ornamental Cha'oh Glass. '
Flute I ti ass for Conservatories, every sixe and:
thickness.
By the Original Case, Box, or Single Light.
Square nrout to any Irregular Shape. -nov31-w3m-CP
A NEW PRICE LIST
Is issued this month by the
Um &. QAiILI OEGAN CO.,
and will be sent, post paid, to every applicant, eon
tainiDg aoDOuncemecto of
NEW STYLES QF ORGANS,
NEW ' INVEIIO:iS,
a vp
REDTJOBD PTIICES.
Four-Octara Organ. Solid Walnut Case, $50.
Five-Octave rouble Reed Organ, Five Stops,
Solid Walnut C-se carved and panelled. (195.
Other styles at proportionate prices. Wareronirs.
154 Treinont street, Bu&ton; 596 Broadway, Ne
Vork. ' nov!7-w4t-r MT
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
BUCgEYE . BIjOCK.
REGARDING THIS TEETH OF TH
first importance to health, comfort and bean I v.
we cordially invite yon to call at onr pleasant Den
tal rooms, t-o. 18 East litnad street. .
Your intelligence will discriminate between tha
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
Artificial teeth made by ns are worn witb com!
?-. and servo tbepurpoies ot speech, mastication
d oeanty. As Dentists we aim to be the btt and
is . ill that's good. ....
Teeth extracted without pain, y7-w6m
WaSTBBH RB9BBVB BaNB,
WABBKN, OBIO, August 19. 1661.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the late
Western Reserve Bank, and to all other parties in
ter o-ted. that after the expiration of six months
from this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of Slate, to surren
der to said Bank the stocks deposited to .eaure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank,- in pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) section of an act entit ed
"An act t incorpnrate the State Bank of Ohio,
-ml other Banking Companies," passed February
J4.184. H. B. PERKINS. President."
M. B. TaylbTr, Cashier.
- August 19, 1868. aug-w8a
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
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RAILROAD.
' Three Trains fSaveOslambnstralan
! -iMpsii) siaiiy (SBBaart a.xtptl.)
, 8:a A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving st
' Zanaaville at 6:13 -Ay. M.; Bellaire at 10.-20 A. M .
j Haiti mora at 6:55 A. U. Washington City at 8:40
' mr.fl 1 . . .. r. ''
1ISIO A. H.LIGHTNIWG EXPRESS Arriving
' at Zanesville at 1:47 P. M : Bellaire at 5:10 P M ;
I Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at 1235
i. a. : .. . , ,
: IS P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving atZanes-
ville at 4:65 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.: Baltimore
,in:ur, kL.i Washington Uity at 530 Pk M. .
-:i7 -' y " 'w - -
Close oonnectiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Tork,
Passengers- holding through-tickets to Eastern
eitiea have the privilege of . -;
... - r
VKlng ? Wasuiugton i . City , Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CABS OS ALL NTQHT
; ;i-"i. - TRAINS. ;
Aak for TICKETS rlaBGLLAIRE
JNO h. WILSON. Master of TransportatitB
L. M.COLE. General Ticket Agent. ...
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Paaaenaer Art.
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MEDICAL.'
DRUNKENNESS
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. . . CURED WITH)
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
rrne enLT irfalliblb heuf.bt.
- A Can be given with or without tha knowledge
oi tna patient, ur Jonnston s treatise on tirunfc
anneaa. its Consaaneneea and Cure." free on as
plication. Price nf Speoifio per bottle, fl 50, or
tnrea ootues ior ra.w, . . .... .
- Aug. ; J. i rJcriTjeller,
Sole Proprietor and Manufaoturer. 'olombus,
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
seplT-dT&sAwly
For - Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach, . Loss of -Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and . all
diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines.
' Prepared by Seward & Bentut,
Druggists, Bufialo, N. Y. , Sold by all
druggists. .
S. t. oaMUEL A Co.. Wholesale Agents .
SBB-ap4-4eos&wIy
The Great Medicine for the ffkla, caret
without fltfl, erery kind r u
; slBlttlT eruption or the fnee
, er Itch Ins;, Irrl Latins,
dlAtreulnff rulaaeoai
disense on any part
or the person
" It hru nearly relieved me of that mortifying erup
tion, and I cm now looking tjttife like a mnn," writes
(Mmrlen E. NoW iacircml Agent of Mich; Central
R. H., 173 Broadway, N. Y. , , .
We find it an imrntnable remedy far Tetter, c.,
write Iligley Bron., DruggistM, FairQekl, Iowav.
hire tried yonr vahmhle remedy for Barber
Iteh tcith ffrent ttwcctfAa," writes C. W . Dumout, of
Lcomiustur, Alasn.
6eud Tor circular. Price, 75 cts. and 91.00.
rreparcU only br SOLON PALMER,
t 36 Went Fonrtli Street, Cinciiinati, O
For sale hy Drnsgista generallr
ept31 deodttwly
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH.
EVKKI MAN HIS OWN S8 fclCS N.
Hollowav'a Pills and Hnllowav's Ointment.
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Rowels-The
Stomach ia the ereat center which influences the
health or disease of the system abused or debili
tated by excess indigestion; nnen.ive nreitn ana
; piiyeical prostration. are tne natural consequence..
I Altied to the brain, it is the source of beadaches.
mental depression, nervous complaints sua uurv
treshinv sleep. Tbe Liver becomes affected and
generates bilious disorders, pains in tbe ride. Ac.
T e Bowels sympathise by Costiveness, Diarrhoea
and Dvsentery. Tne principal action of these Pills
is on the b to roach, and the liver, lungs, bowels and
kidne.s participate in their recuperative and re
generative operation. Erysipelas and Salt Rheum
' a-e two of the most common and virnlent disorders
: prevalent on t"is continent, 'io these tbeOint
; ment is especially antagonistic. Its "'modus oper
" sn.li" is first to eradicate the venom and then eons
nleta the core. Bad Leas. Old Sores and Ulcers.
cases of many years' standing, that have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
treatment have invariably succumbed to a few ap
plications of this powerful unguent, eruptions on
the Skin, arising from a bsd state of tbe blood or
chronic diseases, are eradicated, and a erar and
transparent surface regained by the restorative ac
tion of thia Ointment. It surpasses many of the
cosmetics and other toilet appliances in power
to dispel rashes and other d sfigurements of the
face. Female Complaints, wbe.h r in tbe young or
old. rnarried o' sinsle, at the dawn of wo nan' ood
or the turn of life, these tonic medicines display s
decided an influence that a marked impmveinentis
soon perceptible in the health of the patient.
ing a purely vegetable prepaiation, they are a safe
and reliable remedy for all classes of Females in
every condition of health and station ot life. Pilar
; and Fistula Every form and feature of these prev
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated local!
and entirely by tbe use of this emoiient; warm fo
mentations should precede its application. Its
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable. . ,
Both the Ointment and Pi Is should be used
the following cases: .
Bunions, Burns, Chapped hands. Chilblains, Fis
tula, Gout, Lumbago. Mercurial Eruptions, files.
Rheumatism, Ringworm. Salt Rheum. Scalds,
Skin Diseases. Swelled Glands. Sore Legs, bore
Breasts, Sore Hearts. Sore Throats Sores of all
kinds, Sprains. Stiff Joints. Tetter. Uloers, Ve
nereal Sore.. Wounds of all kinds. - -CAUTION
I Mono are genuine nnless the words
: "Hollowat, Nbw Iobi and London are dis
i oernable as a Water-mark, in every leal of tha booh
of directions around each pot or box: the same may
be plainly seen by holding th Uaf to the light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one render
ing such information as msy lead to tha detection
of any party, or parties counterfeiting tbe medi
cines or vending tne same, knowing them to be spu
rious. , : -,.. ; r -i '
AW Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway.0 Maiden Lane, New York, and b all re
speotahle Drusaistt and Dealers in Medicine
throughout t. ecivilized world.
There ia considerable saving by taking the
larger sixes. .. ,
N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in
every disorder are affixed to each pot and box. -Tl5-wlv
AW PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE. A Nbw
Cooksb or Lictcbb8. as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
jects: How to rive and wht to live for; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ad : The causa of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage pLilosoph
ically considered, Ac.
Pocket volnmes containina these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeoiptof
four stamps, bv addressing SKCRETAKY, Nbw
Yobk MuBsm or Anatomt akb Scibnob. lg
Bboadwat Nkw York. VNr-fabss-dlj
i , .'i,Vanllil'-'Viti g'Tf .
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
wnariBri
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The Sh
OTtost BonU West-No Cbangw of Cars t
jj.hloatjo, .Kfckuk and Induiapolit, . t
Sa .'1!:.,l .. .
FOUR TRAITS DAIL-iereUBion Depot. Co-
'-lumbas, eoand af taa Nov. XX Afle8, as i
follows: ,!,., ... , , ,
8 .Aft A. M. TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
.y.V ES3 (Sundays exeepted) Arrives
at Milford 9:1T a m, Orbana 10:10 a inyBellefontaina
f,P&20-tndS"ky ,:0Ob m' PiQaav JVSl- ..To-;
ledo6-S0pm. Detroit 1040pm. '
This train ia run .n..f. r aaA,.jH ..i r
ITS.1! ""' at both plaaas baajra
aneaa.pl any other route.
1:15.
P. M. MAIL AND PEoktA EXPRESS '
f Snndari exceotaH) a : u . j
Jo nation 4rr8p m. Kiohnond tt a m ladianano
li80 p m. Unsnarl ltfc&s p m. Cbie.i, Via YnZ.
Peoria ea m. Oa asourg 9K a m. Burilnson
Iowa. 11K6 a m. Keokug riep m.Quin?" "IsVm:
LoMisvilloiao a m. Ism ; Haute 117 m, Umnui
03 a m, Cairn4:40p m. Pana 47 a m. AltonSMOa
m. St Louis 9:15 am, Lafayetteas.-oamia.awiM.'
field, Ills ,7:i0 am.
. Passengers b. this train reach St. Louis the next "
morning hears aiiensal-and for points west
of St. Louis and . Keokuk one trada ia advanea of
all other routes.
KK( p- CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUTS EX1
i)miJf PRESS (Sundays excepted). . Arrivea at.
Piqua VMS p m. 1 oledo 639 A m, Detroit 8:10 a m.
Bradford Junction 9 JO p m. Loranspnrt litis,
Chicago 80 am. Indianapolis fc3&a m. Term Hanla
630 a m, Mattoon 9:16 a m. l'aoa Ii a m, Alton
S-ltO p m, St. Louis 4;00 p m. Lsfarette T5 a m."
bprinrteld. Ills , 4:16 p mt. Quinsy 110 p a. Kao
kak 110 a m. lx.nisvilla B.-Oy a m. Nashville 640 p
m, Memphis 10M a m. 1 . . .. . . i , .1
S9 Sleeping ears ran in this fnsia frara Columns
bus to Chicago and SL Louis witboutchange. Thia
is decidedly tha best train from Colrmhus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it mases quicker
time and a-rivee at 8s,. LeaU ad Loaisvilla a
houra ahead and makes direct eonntotions for
all ooints West and South one Min. n adraneaiof
aay other. roato. ,n i , r,,,.t. ,, , ..
19-i.ft A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
' Indianapolis (Mondays' exoeoted, - via
Logaeepors, Arrivea at Bradford Junctiga 4:16 a .
m. Loaansoort 9:40 a m. tlhiM. lK n . p.-: . '
5:35 p m, Keokuk 10:45 p m, lndianaoolU 8x0 a m.-
Terra Haute 13:15 p m.Evansville TOpm, s atiooa
3:16 p m, Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa 5:08 p m. Alton 9:00 m
m, M. liOuis H':i6 p m. JAtayetla 1:10 p at. Louis
Vi le 5.00 p n. Nashville 50 am, Memphis 405pm,..
Passengers by t'.is train arrive tbe same day at
St. Louis 8H hoars and Chicago S hours ahead af
any other route. ,..).,.,,,,. r, ... .., . ,.,
STATE SOOn SLEEPIIfJ CARS,
Run in this train from- Pittsbargh to Indiaaapolia.
A9" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis. '. !J
car i tcKets tor sale at-Uaun and I'iqu Depots.
Cntumbusand at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. - r. .. c . , ,,
F. CHANDLER. Ganl Ticket Agent. ...
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
-1 1 v ' ! EXCEPT SUNDAY. " T , . ' . -.
From Columbus, in connection ,with Trains on the
latUaSUsaaal Calaabas ate Xeaia
Kallramda. -
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at lilt
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead.
Galion, Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. New London,
Wellington. Graf toa and Berea,. arriving at Clave-.)
land al65A. M., New York 7:00 A. M. This train
leaves 8uaday morning, not Monday. :- u,.
nu, 1 Avw.iBUUAiiuB-lycavas t;oiamnag
at 5K A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts from the Freight Yard. , ,
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Colnmbns at
11:10 A.M. M 111 stop at Delaware. Ashley.Cardlng.
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wei-
lington . Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3-C P. M.. New York next day at 3:30 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbns at 1:4
P. M. Will stop at Worthitigton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh.
New London. Wellington, Uraftonand Berea. Ar
at Cleveland at 90 P. M New York T:i5 P.M.
Passeneers for Fort Wayne and Chicago. 07 tak-1
ing this traia, will get sleeping ar at Crestline at
t:noP M arrive in Fort Wayne at 1120 P. MM
Ch eago at SKM A. At. beiag is advaaooof alleth-
er rout-s. have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West' :
SPRINGFIIOD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL-
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 5:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Colnmbns and Spvitar-;
field, arriving at Delaware at 3:35 P. M., Springfield
tiO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 1io A.
U, arrives at Delaware at-aMa--A. M.; Colauibus
I0.0A.M... ,,,r.,fr,,,1
Pa teat Slepiar Cars are a-aaa oa gal I
- XaiSht Xraiaa ta C'bica4, . ,
Hew York aad ,
' : noaioa. ( by.'.
T Baggage checked through to New York Bad
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia aad
New York, via Crestline. ...
RETURNING:
Nlsht Express arrivea at Colnmbns at l:4S A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl: 1
P. M .
Mail Train arrives at Colnmbns at HIS P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrivea at Colambmt
et 10:40 A.M.
Fare as Lew as oy any Other Reate'
' Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ; :
. '". . . E. 8. FLINT, 1 - -
. Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio.
- ' JAMES P4TTERSON,
' Agent, Colnmb S.Ohio.
Columbus. Not S3. 1868.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an ' after MONDAY w Nov. x3J. lfles, FOtK
TRAINS DALLY wiU- leave Colnmbaa . .
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUIIVIIXB, CAIRO, ST.
- MUIB, DAYTDH, RICHMOND. IS-
3 L i . i-DIANAPOLIS CHICAGO.
Wi thou (change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only ona-ahaoge of ears to IN
t , DIANAPOLIS and C11ICAGO.. , . lt ,
. Connections are reliable as follows :s
- . . FIRST TRAIN (Daily). f . i'- V
Leaves at 8 A. M, for' Cincinnati, Chelevfll.,'
Laaoaster, Hillsboro and Chillieothe;-stope at Lea
don, Xenia, Morrow,' and Loveland; arriving a
Cincinnati at 70 A nt,;-. . 1 . ,-
SECOND TRAIN. '- '
(Daily exoept Sundays.)
L laves at SMX) A. M. Tor Cincinnati. Daytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
Wast Jeffersoe, London. Sooth Charleston. Selma,
Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon. Fosters. Lore an I, Milford. ar
riving at Cincinnati at 1036 A. MooaaaetiBl'
with the Mail Boats. ,
. -THIRD TRAIN.' .1 .1 I
-, ; CDaily exoept Sundays J orj io
Leaves at 1:45 P. M for Cineinaati, Daytoa and
Springfield, via Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati at
, tM P. Ji.' . 1,... 1 "i '. . . - (!,...... 'j
"f FOURTH TRACT. " " '-'
1 v - Dsily exoept Sundays. ' .ii.n.--
Jjeaves' at 0 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton aad
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West,
Jefferson, London, Sonth Charleston, Selma,
Ce arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveieoa, and ar;
riving at Cincinnati at 0:40 P. At, r
Sleeplair Cars aa all Nlsht Tralas,"'
HENRY BROOK a. Ticket Agent.
"A
w . n. a. esaiaa, agent. -
JOHN DURAND, - 1 : I i i.l.:ii.j-w
Gen l Supenntendeut, 1 j
Cincinnati'
W, Al. V Diviru., ' I
- . ues l licxe.aa i, t --vn
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST, LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN ll ATt DLK KOCTE. I
ua mnfl attar Jana ink lfWL ar.;.. m - .
follows:
Leave. ' R. Y; Express.
Columbus SKM) A. M.
Newark 3:96 A. M.
Mail 'FsstLina
1:16 P.M. : HSOA.M
80 P. M. ' 1J:35 P. MT
HO P. M. 5:11P.M.
Steuhenville.'.9:09 A; M.'
Arrive at . .
Pittsburgh V.. in. 10 A. M. -
KK Iff.' 1
iTWrVM.1
T
Harnsburg.... 9:20 r. M.
1350 P. M.
CM A.M.;
25 A. Mi
11:60 At M.
iM P. Mi
" 46 P. M"
1F. Mj
Pbiladolphia.. 1r25 a. H.
New York.... : Al M.
4:50 P. M.
'6:55 P.M.
A, &UUIW... , VJW A.UU.
.6.-S0
Rat1
WashiLgton. 9M0 A.M. M 1
Boston , 5:00 P. M. ...J...
' E'eaant stateroom sleeping ears on all night trams.
On the Fast Linethe celebrated "Silver Palace'
day and night ears aseran through from Colambag.
to Philadelphia and Iew York witboutchange.
AT Passengers by the XK A. M. Sunday trais'
arrive in New York at5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered
r. I .8.F-SCULL. ;
Genl Ticket Ag't. SteubenvilleTO.
V. W. CARD. Superintendent, Steubenvilla. 0.'
.;:,'. . - H.B.BROOKS, ..;
Ticket Agent, Columbus. O.
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent. Columbus, O.-
PASSAGE TO AND FHOM CBEIT
Rrita.ii, .ml I..i.J. bv Steamship aad Sail
ing Packet, by weeklv lines, streduced rate-. TAP
SCOTT BROS. A CO- Souths street. New
Yerk. continue to issue Passage Tickets, available
r . f-, m 'indon. Liverpool, or
. i i ? s. l-lai daimaiui tnm
uaaooBinwa, ana uwm. - - -
any amount, from XI end i"warai-
- BAILkY-1 HOMPrf ;Ae,.
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