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RAIL TIME TABLE.
Showli thea-rlval aaa eMnarvnrw'or&fiis lfcfcl
. sgtar,epnday. Not. Mdi
a ! will fun u followi i T
,UWlw Express. I .ilA.M.',ffett ArM
BrfaaJi Aooo-a.riV'..-l: P. M. le-41 A. 3
WW. ail n MM a. !--..--. usr.
TV. . .-.Tn Uai Kami. ml - J . VI j
jn-h4E-p-ass...,. ... SKM A. M. 1:00 A. W
Oineirmati AaotamodaUoa- 5:80 A. M. :" P. M J
SwrtAii.Uivuj.wl& P. Mji-HAT MJ
WM,wt..tT.nl.i..KII) PH- J P. U
LBATB. , A KBIT.
Klrtt Kxprwit 946 A. M.""IS:10 A. if
Lightning Kxpr s'........rr:l ATd. 6:SJ P. M
Calais, baa- Ctalcgi uUiodiua Cea-
light Bx-rs......,..:i,.Tt:4A. JeV.Tfrno Al M.
Toled tepK.lM;,;..t:o At Mv i 04 Pi. J4.
WMMrn t -r i ... P. M. TS5 P. M.
... - :6' Ar Agent
M-Ti. -- l"wV R,B.
Trains leave Newark and arrive as follows Y.-C-. r
viij..x:wju.3r.ja.M m A.if.-'t p.m.
lUi aad, fixprest.l.l, .,.. AMiuajK P.Mj
Mansfield Jres r1.trv.
M.. B.45A.M.
Dunns. Agent.
isiu?r2y
New Tork Express.-,--. M A, ML. 3. l:Uv Mid'fe
jjghtnfi.g. ExpreM...V?I.7li:S0 A?tfT 6:45 P. m"
Mail end F-xoreae .......... 5 P.M. 11:45 P.
jkAi)OTaMdaioDSM AiMJ P. M.
- Hair York (im tun daily.' All thas trains
ra; daily, except s u od j. -. ,( . ... , , ..
''Deaaison, Accommodation . start from freight
yard, - '-'J- " :l .i..'1 '" '
j!-. ,,: uiiJoM BS'Pifini, Agent.'
Ijoit ,S r''fi-"-' hi ij,-i,jiiO
RAIL TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
RAIL TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-9T lf'Mtu
aiWn J THrnort Mails,
-via MlautiaaTilla - and
AXXITSs,
A.M. . X.
Pittark. ...... .,.....! UM ia3) 10M t-.Tao
Kwakwast. Via"Ft'W".r!'
- ().uc.u. IL K. I iiw tar
Liitla MUai R.R Tkto , ,
LJUla iiiaaM .-. Wwj.; kj.'.'i-. 1:56
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Una!, lbnagk aad
Way..:
Cinlarilla. CtulUsptka A 7,
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5st w ay,
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Jlorth Cola'akn and Clli
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taoTUMw
WasbinctOB.HaiaEafw'l ... . ,: , .
ruborg. , (Iri-wajklTJI ' ;- ',,
rn.a amnn tt m-1 aaa
awadaya, A Friday., and f "
laava Tawdaya, Tkan-1
dayi and 8aturdaya..J . . .' -Caatre
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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. A Slight Mistake.
'rTatin is magiBtrate in town in In
diana named .Helser. A clergyman in
tbe'"samrt place, was ' called upon by a
young couple not long since,' who wished ,
Lin to join then in tlie holy-bonds of
matrimony. He asked the bridegroom
(a soldier by1 tlxa wayXfor his Carriage
licensed ' The' man responded that be r
had been engaged U the girl four years,
ai) tfcongbt that woald do. ; Clergyman
thought not, and remarked as the spedir' '
est way to obta Jn'a license :' ' , , , ,
LXp-'d better take your girl and '
go to Helser !" wiy.
"You go to heflyonrself! retorted
the angry. veteran,,
vAtki seising the bricla by th annb
dragged herefrom the, house, wondering?-
whafmknner of profane ministefte ha
met with. 'nu'-ih f
Settle While You are Young.
Tbink of , thisi toy good friend,' and as I
youJbATe kind affections , to make some, j
good girl happy,, Betl: yourself, in lifeij
wiulwyoa are yonng, , ana lay np, Dy so
doing, ;a stopk of, domestic j bappinesa''
ajja jnY ago-or ocjily decayi, ' 'There are. .
many good thingajlife, wbatover : s
iristand misanthropes may ssy-to the
contrary' f 4rtt probably the best; of aH;
next, tp a conscience voidof offense '(but '
without -which, by tba byi tbey :cao,
hardly exist), are the quiet exercise and)
eiyJymemV of the.'-social feelings, 1 in
which: we are at once hippy in ourselves .
ael( the- cause . of happiness- to, those
Scott.
DAkNEtT "VVkbstek, rtmarked old
Col. Gumpey as hatwmnied qmi of
nigger-head: and fastened it securely be
tween twe'of his decayed teeth in the1
leftside of his month, ,; Parnel Webster"
wa a groat man.There.wan't .nobin'i
mean about him. I're beam him talk;
bnt ttrant bis Ulk stt miich as lis gin
er'psUyJwbat ,trick me,1 -He had :a kind-
er 'careless" way' like, that' kept hinvj
frem-gBttin rlch. v He never seemed tot
think what things cost. I was a-comin'
down the iIdoAYeE aloDg.,with him
oncer and in the mornin',Darnei. Webw
ster and me was waahia' our faces and
ftekeaflur haV4n 'ther cabinfrand be.
tiicVu't a tooth-brash and brushed his
teetksi' I didn't! see no other tooth-brush ,
armldi so I borrowed hia'n. ; And after
I had' need H I handed it back to him, !
and ybat do you think . ';WJjy; Darnel'
"Websief Just' slung that rtooth-brnsh
right inter the river. 'And I s'pose next
day he went and bought him new one.
That's all he cared about moheyt "There
ain't no, juch men as Darneb Webster
livin' now,": concluded the Colonel, im
mediately, as be Bpired a stream o to
baccof Juice into the firepface a't 'jthe ,
other end of Iba n
WoriWo' fep" the" SoiLAf "a- late
rrujetisg, of the , T,; Farmeri; ClubJ
HiiJ GD. JGredde8, !.of Syracuse,- spoke
orXhl:xperieBc ia manipulating the.
Uff i''n rv- .i V ; uii-Aii
? rGave l?n; i 'mo8t jrhree score,
years a tiller of 'the soil. I plough the
lands' m father cleared; and the more I
observe crope the more sea that the -roots
of 'plants will, if they can, reach a
great depth in the soil. - Corn-and.
wheat, even, will send-rootlets two and
three feef- down When the character of
the1 subsoil faVors such ' invasion. I
haCthqraeanesijocKiDgmost wiiproui-
isin'ff 'soil to "begin with that a man i
ever tried to shove spade htaC'-i It
was a naked, barreir" shale, the 'growth
scrub white' oak. ' lly father was blamed
for makiner
a selection j apparently! so
baAb3ttt we can raise corn: that' will i
eive sixty shellfjd. bushels to the acre.-?
X10W nave A prouueeu mis. loriuuy i
Three things have done it clover rdeep
plowing, and the foot --ef the sheep.
There isf ari''pld Spanish saying,, thai
there is gold ;under the foot or a sheep,
and I have found true.- Those lands
hare not been: manured with barnyard
compoBta ""'In my' epinion we haye
plants, some, perhaps, that we regard
as our wont pests, that are working for
J l ...U.)!.- ilThll nln.
OUT V auiagg n 'buuouuud. ' au
ye foots draw towards the surface
Tirtues that Jie below is well known.
Now, let any man take a field infested,
with Canada thistles, and after plough
ing them under a few times, le, him put
wheat on that field.,The harvest will
no doubt surprise himr Some h)ve ad
vanced the Beemingly wild idea that the:
Caaftda thistle is -not an enemy ut a
friend. This much is to my mind cer-!
tain ; JengtougfiTroots,., piercing
thiee-or four feet into, the subsoil, bring
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fplanjyfbodi rl 4ft4htaurrce?ttid giv
Ueiroots t,iijeii wheat ohaooe 6 irun
WW-than-tbeys would In ; W. 5eld",fre
of thistles. .a.f,iax
BTOiKbouT tne unit. Xnow, wnai
drrftl1 -The 'arift from what rocks o
n rati f a. " aVim i
JS" M,US ,i
The jparth and . boulder a were eattre
alh around the' feScavation and ' bad1
n'tepnlsjTe 'JoVvnt ? .SP
It bd, (letyed oats, 'wlt't. a verj.fie crop
.as, iha result. , Now, tbat drift is ev mix
tnrof the varions tock all thekway
northeast' of Labrador; or','' for irigbt l
know, tq Greenland,,, There are granite,
hornblende) . m icn gneiss, li mes tonev
Snefri subsoil -is' Worth tOTninaf1 tip ;
fandi'ttiis Is'a a'nestfpn bf the ch'arac-
lies immediately below the . bi)mus..or
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
Tb U folom it atoy Conor: t ,
; '. . CITY CliERK'8 OFFICB.
.l-r1 cdv&nvn. Oct.M I868.J
lVotiaacharabTaivan.thatDrooadinai hmhMii
Inatitutad in the City Council of Oolumbm. for
Baking tbafollowitg ImprovomecU, to-wit: --
Foe iradiaf and paving the anphTed lidewalks.
gauers ana oroeainnson inird iiraet trom Horu
atreet to North Pnbiio lane. ' '
Also, for reparinc the sidevalki on tba east alia
of front (treat from the northMut coraar of Front
and Tuwn itreeta to a point bG feet north of Town
AIo. for mvelin 'onth itreat from Sixth
treat to 8Tenih aireftv
. A1a, forgradina and (raTeling the roadway of
Maple atreet from Uiah atreet to Water atreet.
Alao. Tor aiiiidina a donnie tow nag crosaing
aeroaa Koblaataeeton the eaatefde f High sireet
Alao. to rarrey and (take toff Booth atreet freni
Kast fi
puklio lane, to tho .aater: boundary of the
eltr.
' the aane to bo done In accordance' 'with plata
and aaaioaatea to be prepared by the Oity Ciril En-
iia-er. ana niea in tne vmeeoi me yny jier.
aii uwwu oittiiuiuK OBmues on account ui aaia
Pro Doted improyementa. are reauired to file their
elaiinainthe pffioe of the Clark,"ia writing, on or
oeiore tne rum day ot December, A. u
6ol2-dlUw4w CityCferl..
Paving Notice.
To att com tt may concern ;
in SB''
CnV'Ci.ntK'a f)ir.J
i I i CnMmca, O.. Oct. is. 1868. )
lotlfla
eta n
ereby given, that proceedings bare biaea
Institated in the
vity vouneit ot uoiuniDus'.zor mak'
iac tb following improTeneBta, to-wit'
rat graaing tnanortn nan ot rarry ttrcet from
niao atreet to tne corporation line.- , . ..
Also, for aradinc and Parma the anttera and
aradina and era valine tha'roariway - and -aida-
walka on Uonnd atreet from Waahingtoa aTenna
to tne east line ot lot no. u. .. .
Alao . for a donMe row lag atone paremeat serosa
Mound atreet opoa the west aide of Hiab atreet.
The aame to be done in accordance with nTata and
estimate to be prepared by tba City Ciril Engin
eer, ana niea in me.omoe 01 tne iity uiera. .
AH peraooa elaiminc damaaea on account of aaid
propoaed imtrrorements. are reanired to file their
claiua in the office of tba Clerk, in writing, on cr
oerora ma . itteaata oay ot ieeeaiDer. A, li.
et9e-dlUw4w ' ' - , City Clerk.
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Paving Notice.
7o aii whom it may concern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, t
2 I a.' CoLcancg. O.. Not. . leos.l
Kntlea la hereby aivan that proceed ingw havabeMi
Institated in the .City Council of Colnmbas, for
ntiiai uie imiowinx lmproTemaaiB. w wn :
(Tor leriner a doable row flaa stone erotsina aeroaa
Center a I ley on the aorta aide of Long atreet.
Alao. for bnilding a doable row flag crossing
across sooth mono lane at the west side ot mgn
street.... x . v. . i-...' v.,.
Also, for building a doable row flag crossing
acroae South atreet at the weat aide of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be nreDared bv.tba Citr CivilEnsineer
and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
AH personaelainung damages oa account or said
PTODoaed improvements. are reauired to file tbeir
claims in the office of the Clerk, In writing, on or
oetore tne t wenty-nun eay ot uesemoer, a. v.
imii - . i i ..... ;.
ndT3-aitawir ..." . . . City Clerk.
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Paving Notice.
To aOvHomU may concern:
ivi; : -t. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. (
- : Colujuus.O., .Nov. W. 188. .
Notice Is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
making the following improvements, to wit r '
rorar dinr and pavina tba ul paved sidewalks.
gutters and crofaiegaoa the wastnda of Washing-
ton avenue lrom tne norm sioe oi fatten riace to
the aeath aide of Gay atreet. -Also,
for recavine Hiah street frjm Perry street
ot the corporation line.
A tec for grading and paving with boulders the
Ti.adway of Publie alley from Filth atrtet to Sixth
atreet. !.---,: ?
The sameto be done in accordance witn tnepiau
and eatimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the office of toe City Herk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
propoaed improvement0, are required to file their
claims in tha office ef the Clerk, io writing, on ox
before the Dint daj pt yannaiy, A., u.ieea.
L.E.WILSON.
, aoTlSUtaantaf .1:5 i'. :--J-' City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To aii tco it may Concern :
i.9iu- .irCrTY CLERK'S OFFICB. iT
; !. r-,? r , .,, UoLtTMBCB, 0- NOV. iS, 188. ;
Notice ta hereby given that proceedings have been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the foUowiag improvements, to-wit t
For grading and paving tba unpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on tha west side of the va
cant graand wast of tba market boose, and for pa
vingtbe balance of said vacant groaad with Niovl
Bon pavement from Town atreet to Kick atreet.
. Alao. for laying a doable row of flag crossing
acrou Canter allay on the eooth,sido of Spring
atreet.: :
Also, for laying a double row flag erossiag across
Center alley at the south side of Long street.
. The game to be done in accordance with plat and
estimates to ba prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. -- ...
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed i m are retaec ts. are required -ta file their
claims in the office of ti.e Clark, in writing, oa or
before the Eighth day of Jaanary. A. D 18W.
t.i. . -.-.ii .... :-. ! . Jj.B. WILSON" '
novU-dttawiw - - i li-.l City Clerk t
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BOOK BINDERIES.
4500,000
BOOKS WASTED. FOR BLDLG.
HAVE YOU
11 ST BOOKS, UliGlZIKE1, SHEET
r. MUSIC. Ac., Ac, that yon wish to have
bonhd in a nice firm -binding, promptly, at low
prioest Books sent for and returned to any part ef
the oiT by giving .notice through poatcnice, or at
h . "; ; . ,. . .. .
Franklin Steam Book. Bindery
BLANK'1 BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of tha largest and best appointed Binderies ia
the State. . .... ,
Kaliai 34. 38, 38 IfetrUa High Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
steam Printing Offices.)
BLANK BOOKS I ' "' ' '
. BLANK DOOK8!!
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of everr deaeription and quality, from tha highest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
i Orders fra County OmserSr.. Banks, Merchants,
and all Offioera requiring StfEhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
tonal attention. . i - - .
Your patronage respectfully solicited.,
IV. . JLKtfATOR,
! pt3-daodon;..-i.' .i i.. Proprietor.
SIBBBRT & LILLBIT,
BUnki Book ' SHasufactiirers,
i f PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
' o'i-: n i .!'(" i ' 1 ' 1 '" i '
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
j 9v il BLAIMIt. HOOKS ...
bf every description, with or without printed Head-
i .,,V ,. inga. for !"-. -
joohtt orrionts, merchntb. x anp p acttjbkks'
BaMKSBS, BalUCOAD C0MraHlI8. ao.
; FnU of Book, mad, OB ihort Botiee
warranted to give perfeot aatUfaction.
OPERA, HOUSE BUILDING,
I anrti aouir ' coiuxsus. omo.
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a a. b a. rw Mgosiaa
TTTIliL. CO!tTl!"Tjft THE COAIi BIT
jV V . NE8 at his present stand,
I IXS north High ttreef,' " '
and will take orders ia both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, whieh ha is prepared to sell a
the lowest market price. ,. ,
aw Special attention paid to Shipping. -i
myaO-eodly
FUHNITURE.
! MICHABL HALM. ' . CHARLES 0. BILLOWS,
t ' C. F. Ir, BUTLEB.
njk.Ull, 1K Ac IHJTI.KR,
FURNITURE-WARE -ROOMS
lo. 816 & 218 Son tB. HtKbSt.,
I - ' COLtUBCS, OHIO.
(.7 Heir extentive Manufactory U at tkt Toot ot
Souikttrttt.o OuOamall .
' Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throuabout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania aad Indiana. They maaalactnre
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM,"" HALL, AND
i KITCHEN FURNITURE
t all elasses and every design of superior work
mahship and finish. Also, Cane-Heat Chain of
every description, Wholesale and Ketail.
febS-dwalT
!.-foua
t. ,fHlO .liA.ljVfl l )
!"-t ntU .f- f '''- iHv-'it J.'ulfT i?tu.
YHEf taREr ' Ako -rioi' "com
' ui;- f.'-i?f.a 8n'j i'i :J ! is i:w t'iJ
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
O Ht.-I'iiiii Ml 1 .- '.Is .'K '' It, ii J,fl. ;
ii i f ;.!.! f-v;i .. .,..' ii'
t f ;i !..- 'j-ii' f'i' ! ) i.i it
IN CENTRAL' : OHIO.
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PROPRIKTOB8. l!
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Nos. 36, 3$ & 40 North Bigli St,
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Tha attention -j tha Business Fnblla sailed to
. tha aanarlor taeilltlea of this Katabllabmant.! '
i - We have la constant ose '
Eleven Steam ' Power Presses
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BEST AND LATEST - KINDS
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And oar ability, to got ont woTK promptly is ,
. surpaaaed in tha Weat. , We have lately
, ; made additions to oar already
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l " LARGE TABItnt vyx -ii--i
..)i?ji.i.:t 'in i : i-r' t .. -; ri -:t ".-'- - i !i
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P BIN TING TYPES,
.rtJ V .;. i . i'i 'l'.; io ' il:''::'
-T 'ri i:. 'i . ': ' i-' . ' I i'r"- ' 'f' ' A :
And wa feel confident fo satisfy all who nay give
ma a call. Our large fonts of type enable ns "
i : i.i - '.. ; to do all kinds of " ,' :i '
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BOOK PRINTING !
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a the moat prompt and excellent manner, and wa
call tha Attention of those wanting anything , .
". lathis inetothe , ' . ,
SPECIMENS
That we have execnted in th past year. '
JOB PRINTING!
Tha reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to tha business community.
Employing, as we do, none bat th
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t -.-.i i i. -iff -3 -. i i.
Best of Workmen;
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And having a full assortment of th ... ...
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LATE8T cuad CHOICEST
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STYLES OF ' TYPE,
Wa will, guaran toe the utmost satisfaction..
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ALL KllWS OF i ,
Mercantile;
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j Railroad,
- Bank and
I! "-
. i Commercial
Printing,
: gCCBI AS ( I "' , '
Bill Heads, v " Cards, : ' . '
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Circulars, Letter Heads, .
Blanks of u kinds Checks,
Drafts, ' 4c.J &ev
in fact. - : " '
EVERY -mD OF JOB PRINTING
, r." . ..... I ., - . : :..-. .I"
Heeded by the baeiness pablle.
. Wa also keep on hand a larger stock of ' ' ,
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the city such as
Super Royal, Medians, , '. t .'
Deiaye : '.- ' ( '"' Crown Cap,
Cap,' ''; letter and :
ixrol; Papers
Of the best qualities, aad, pa rebating them as wa
do, dir otly from the manufacturer, we ar
-' enabled to do our work at correspond-' '
! iagly low rates. We are Sola . .
Agents for tha - '
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CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PJL.VTIVER. &z PORTEB.
BLANK BOOKS.
W particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
; manufactured by ns. Wa are prepared to
i - fill all orders for -
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xjodeearasa ,' ':
eT0UJrXB.Ca,ljBe '
13a,-v BooUap
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' OasIi Booka
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. TheseJ
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US; ASOAIiL.
BaaaaaBBBB
INEVINS & MYERS,:
, 88 Jt SO RorthFUlgik Street,
. COWMBUS.Z "'.
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ff MISCELLANEQP.? f ,
-.TH E SU C CESS
tilaai 05E'DO,LAK 8tE igs reauad soeh
liljidA&Al Hi itAU.M
COMPLlJrE
X XT T JcCk. 3D 33 ,
r"i. r v.-.T-r T - , - -r - . rr r r
, Thatin order to sappl r the -demand- occasioned by
our constantly increasing patronage, we have re-,
eently made importations lor the Fall Trade, direct1
from Europeau Alan facturers.
Araouatinj to. Nearly, ;$JO,OOQ,
So that we are prepared to sell every description
of Dry and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cut
lery.WaUshes.AlbumaTJeweTr. Ao .of better qual
ity than any other concern in tne country for the
uniform price cf ONE DOLLAR FOU KACH AR
TICLE. The best of boston and Mew York reler
jncer given s ta tba reliability of eur house, and
that our business is oonduoted io, the fairest and
most legitimate manner possible,, and that we
give greater value for the money than can be ob
tained in any other way. All Goods damaced er
broken in transportation replaced without charge,
Checks describing articles told seat to agents in
Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
every artiole to cost len thin if bought at any Bos
ton or .New York Wholesale House. ,
Our Commissions to Aarflnts
Bxoeed those of every other establishment of the
kind, proof of thiseanbe found in somparinr oar
premiums, with tboee of others for Clubs of the
same sise. in aaaition to wbicu w claim to giv
better goods of the same character- Wa will send
to Asents freeefeharge," ' - ' "
- Fob jl Club er 30 amd T&rbb Dollars I dos.
good linen iSbirt Fronts: 1 sat Solid Oold Stud.;
all Wool Cassimere for rants; fine white Counter
pane, large sise; 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 20 yards
browa or bleached Steeling, good 'quality, yard
wide; 1 elegant 100 Picture Morocco-bound Pbooat
Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope an 13 Foreign
Views; 1 silver plated engraved 6 bottle Castor; J
elegant Silk Fan, with Ivory' or Sandal Wood
Frame; feathered edge and spangled; 1 Steel Caw.
ing Knife and Fork, very bast quality, ivory bal
anced handle; I handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: SO yards good Print: 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair beat quality Ladies' Serge C'.Bcress'
Boots; l dosen nne Liinen A uwels; H dosen Kogenr
beat silver Uesaert Forks: 1 Ladies' karae real Mo
rocco Traveling Bag: 1 fancy Dress Pattern, H
dosen elegant Silverplated engraved Napkin Rings,
t dosen Ladies' fine Merino er Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy ohased anlid Gold King; 1 pair La
dies' high out Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in box complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons. -Fob
a Club of 50 and Fivb Dollars 1 black
or colored A lpaeoa Dress pattern; I set Lace Car
tains; 1 pair all Wool Biankets; Engraved Silver
. plated ( bottle Revolving Castor 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pi a: 3 yards Very
fine Cassimere. for Pa its and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Enives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras ', heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents Calf Boo a; SO yards good
Print: 30 yards good browner bleached Sheeting.
Jard wide or 40 yards yards wide, good qual ity; 1
adies' elegant Morocco Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool Shawl: 1 plain Norwich Poplin Dress Pat
tern, IX yards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof cKth for Cloaking'
FoaAtLfBor HO and Tbit Dollars-l rick
Merino or Thibet Ureas Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths and Napkins to maroh; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved Ice Pitcher; very fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleaebed Sheeting; TK yards fine Cassimere for
suit, 1 e'egant Poplia Dreaa Pattern; 1 elegant
English Berage Dress Pattern ; 1 beautiful English
Beraffe Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hanting-oaas
Watch; 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing Machine;
Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages: 33 Tarda good Hemp
Carpeting, good colors; 1 pair good Marseilles Quilr.
1 good 6 barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Far Muff and
Cape; 1 aintle barrel Shot Gun; 1 ailver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, cut glass bot
tles: 1 very fine Violid and 3ow. in case; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Presents for larger Clubs increase in the sanx
ratio.
i aw Send Money by Registered Letter.
Kend for our new Fall Circular. ' 1
JKT Catalogueof Goods sent to any address fbbb.
; j, :, PARKER Ac CO, "'
t ; Nos 96 and 100 Summer street, Bosten.
i risep8-wl2a' .. .r ., vv . .;t- . jim ....
AdziiiiAistratrix's Sale of
Real: Estate,"
; tl
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE
Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, I
will offer for aa'.e, at public auction, on , , ,
WtdnesdHj, tbe 33d day of Dt
. r cembcr, A. IK ISO'S ...
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, upon the premises, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in the city of
Cola m bus. county of Franklin and State of Ohio,
to-wit:
Being the north half (IT M) of fraction No. S and
lot fto. 4, eommeneing 31 A, feet from tbe soutbwent
corner of fraction number three and lot Mo. 4 in
South Columbus, and from thence north 78 degrees,
east 187 X feet to an alley: thence with the weat
line of said alley north IS degrees, west-SI K 'feet:
thence a westerly direction and psrallel with tbe
first line 187; feet to the east line of Front street;
thence a southerly direction and arith the east line
of r. nt street 31V feet to tbe place of beginning,
being tbe north hal. of aaid lot Xio.4 in said .frac
tion No. S ,- . '- .
, Appraised at 1.300. 5i i'
i Terms of Sale One-half cash in band, and the
other oie-half in one yrar from the day of sale
witn inteiest, the deferred payment to be secured
by mortgage noon tbe premises sol 1.
CATHARINE E. SILBERNAGLE . i
; Administratrix of Adam Silbernavle, dee d. ,
Th. L. Ubtl, her Att'y. . nov2l-dltw4w
! .r; , ,, Slxerift's , Sale. .V'J : ; r
John P. Trabne et al. l Court of Common Pleas of
vs , Franklin county, 0.
Alex M. Trabne etal.r ' - In Partition.
IN fflHMIANCE OP Aft OrlDCR OF
, sale in the above stated ease from said court
to me directed, I will offer for sale at the door of
tbe eourt house, in the oity of Columbus, Ohio, on
Saturday, tbe 26ch dav of Decern ter, A.
! .1-i D.1868, . .-.. 1
at S o'clock P. M., the following described real es
tate, to-wit: the same being situate in Franklin
township, county of Franklin and State or Ohio,
and bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
. Beginning at a stake on tha margin of the tVioto
river, being the southeast corner of tbe Ttabue
survey No. 630; running thence on the south line
of said survey south 64 degrees, 30 minutes: west
VI 60-100 poles to a stake; thence north 40 degrees,
25 minutes; west 104 80-100 poles to a stake; thence
north 64 degrees, 30 minute.-), east 40 4-100 poles to
a stake in tha margin of the river: thence down
tbe river with the meanders thereof auth IS de
grees, east 11 poles and SO-100, soath 36 decrees,
,15 minutes, east SO St-100 poles to the beginning,
containing 20 acres, lrood and 36 poles.-
'l erms One-third cash in hand on day of rale,
one-third in one year aod one-third in two years
from da, of sale, back payments secured by mort
gage on the premises sold. . ,
Apprsi;.ed at $.1,000. ' ;
Printer's fees SJ13 7S -' 1
tibORGE H. EARH ART, Sheriff.
ByJ.S. Bull. Deputy
DbbsblA Mato. Att'ys. . nov25-dHwtd
. Sherifl's Sale.
-1 Isadora Frey Court of Common
vs Pleas of Franklin
CI ristopher Eneewater et al.J county
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
in the above stated ease from said eourt to me
directed, will offer for sale at publio auction at
the door of the oourt house, in the city, of Colum
bus, on
Saturday, the 19th davof December, A. D.
: : , - 1868, . : . . . , '.
at 3 o'clock P. M the f flowing described proper
ty. to-wit: Situate in the eounty of Franklin and
Hints Of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot No. six6 of John Short's subdivision of lot
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to the oity of
Jolumbua. unio, sail premises conveyed to said
Chris opher Kneewater by John G. MoUuSey and
wife, by deed da'ed Maroh 30th, A. D. 1867.
Appraised at t240.
! Printer's fees H 0 - '
GEO. H. EARHART. Sheriff.
I By J. S. Bull, Deputy. ,
i J.G McGlIF'BT, Att'y. - 1 ! ' i.. : r
: novlT-wtdAdlt i" . ;! -
. A.
Legal Notice.
ASA CiiOMER. Wao IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Cromer did, on the 3d day of Novem
ber. 1868, file her petition in the office of tbe Clerk
of tbe Court ot Common Pleas, within and for the
eounty of Franklin and Slate of Ohio, ehaiging
the aaid Aaa Cromer with willial abaenoe from tbe
said plaintiff for more than five years last natt. and
asking that she may be divoreed from said sa
Cromer, anotnat sne ne allowed reasonable alimn
m.wtioh petition will stand for heiriog at the
next term oi saia uourt.
, Dated Koven.ber 4th, 1B68.
S0U.SAN CROMER.
: By W.'A. Purtlebaugh, her Att'y. nov3-tiw
. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
T WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP-
JL ERT X in the cit? of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Uttawa. tbe county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pay the difference, if
any, in cash. Toe land is situate at the corner of
cross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres oleared. It is very rioh lmd, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, Bugar- tree and spice biuch
A good bargain will be given.
S. W. ANDREWS.
Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
' tnar2-wly
DR. H. C. HELMICK
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION' TO
the treatment of diaeases of Females. There
are many ladies in every community who aie afflict
ed with what is tern.ed female weakneFB. Dr.
lielmick has discovered a remedy that ia warrant
ed t,, cure the moat severe eases, no matter how
long standii g. Ladies can consult tbe Doctor at
his office or by mail, on all diseases peculiar to theii
sex. The strictest privaey observed in all cases
Office No. las North tligh street, CoInmbuE, Ohio
: ju2-wly .
FDR T HE OUDAV How to invest a
Dollar profitably. Send 33 cents for a certifi
cate in Packard A Co.'s Grand Uo iday Distiibu
tion, consisting of Pianos, Melolens, Uol and Sil
ver Matches, Jewelry, Ac , valued at 76o.ooo
Every artiole to be disposed of on the popular One
Dollar plan, and not to be paid for until you knew
what you are to receive. Certificates and circulars
sent on receipt of 36 cents or five for $1.
j PACKARD A CO.. t8 West Fourth street.
C0-noT4-w4w - Cincinnati, O.
COI NTV BOIHP SCHOOL i;XAM.
NEKS' Mfc.ETiNUS.-The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last r riday and Saturday o
each mouth in the year. AN", .n 'he second Fri
day and Saturday of the spi 1114 ..ad fall nvinths
.aprlO-wtf
h''. TTiTi!Ti.Ti-xrt3"frr,c! iHir.)
ntit tj ,js. tiT il-JviiU yl .l-wt tni'ij s'inbim:f
omo saw 'Works.
Paten Oreana Hrea I a r Sawii
MILL' of1 CROSS CUT 'SAWS,
.-i :? a itiHAHD AND RIP SAWS, i- .ili.m-
RgTAIRINO CaRRVCLLT AND PBOMPTiLT DOKB.
WOOBKODMiA mcPAHLIN,
'lVfi.W.".-f Hamilton Ohio,' ana!'' '
rectories .83,1,40 West 7th St., Ciuoinnati.O.
Warehouse. 12 14 West 2d street. Cincinnati. O.
SSA'D FOR PB1CS-H&T.- ro srp5-w3m
THE FIiACE TO 1 BUY
LAMP COOPS,'1"'- '
Kerosene Chandelie-s. !'! ..;( '.-:,l
. , , Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps,
.a-.'na ;. . -'Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and best kinds ot Burners, Chimneys,
Wicks, or an.thing in the Lamp line, for lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwefttltrs. is at
1) Mtin.. McHKNRY Cn.'SDenot, ; i
. ,, Nos. 8 East Fourth and 168 Main street.
3 f. .... i;i.. . i.i...... Cincinnati. -i
niRu'lflCf f '-.f ' ' - 'tt- . ( '.Tiis..'
A.Z-jr CAS1; FIXTURES., .,,1,1;-;
Gas Chandeliers, , ,
HaU Lights. '"'
Bracket Lights. !" -! : f"
- PortaUa Lights. ' -..,.1
f Ceilicgand , r
!- " . ' Window Reflector Lights,
:..ti - 1 ' ' Shades, Globes,
. Smoke Bells,
Oranythln in the Gas Fixture line, is at
. ..McHKfilKlf A COf'd Depot.
-1 PIPE AND FITTINCS.
WroughWron Pipe (Plain or Galvanised). ' "- '
Cast-iron Soil P t a, i . .!. I
Stone and t ment Dralri Pipe,
' Malleable and 'ast- iron Fittings,
Steam. Valves, Stop Cocks.
, . Gas, Service, and
. s .AO. I .-a MeWCk.Ao:.Ae.,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at ,
McHKNKT A CO.'S Depot,
! i i h r; Nos. 8 East Fourth aad 162 Main street. '
't
Pumps & Plumbers'. Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps,
Lift and Force Pumps, ..:'
, Beer Humps, harden Pumps, Ae.,
.;.-.. Bath Tabs, Closets,
. W ash-stands. Wash Trays,
Bath Boilers. Sinks,
Ac, As. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at
. . ,, , JycHENRY A. CO.'S Depot,
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screwiutting Machines, Stocks and Dies. I'rills
Reamers and Taps, Patent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent - and Ordinary 1 Pip Tonga, Pip Vises,
Meter and Burner Flyers. Gas Fitters' An
gers. Chisels, Ac. Ac. Everything in the above
iineaiwa.ia 00 nana ana tor taieatine manuiaotur
er's trade rates, at
McHENRY' te ' CO.'S, :
Ne. gFastFeurth Ac 168 main Street,
0 CTI-sep30-w3m . i ' 1 , -j; tXlJTOJTfJrA TI. '
MONEYtSAVED.
' We are constantly pnrcnaing for cash in the New
York aod Boston Markets, all kinds of .1
DRY AND FA NCY GOODS. SI LKS. COTTONS
, BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW
1 Utt MACHINES. CCTLB Y, DRESS l:
GOODS. DOMESTIC GOODS,. ,
0.. Ac, '
Whieh we are actually sellir.g at an average price
of One Dollar for l-.acu Article.. Oar
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade much
larger than that of any i ther eimilar concern, en
ables us to give better bargains than can ba obtain
ed of any other house. 'j-'.i.i-i -
THE LADIES
Are especially invited to give us a trial." H '"; '
SBDD FOB A ClRCtTLAB AND ExCHANOB LtST.' '
- Our club system of se ling is as tolluws: For $2
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
2o different articles to be sold for a dollar each: 40
for 4: 60 tor 1 6; 100 for $10, &o. Sent by mail.
Commienone larger than those ofertd by any other
firm, according to sise ut oiub. . Single touotain
and check, 10 cents. Male and female 8gent9 want
ed. euet Msnew in ttcariecered etiera
Send ns a trial club, and ou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to bny goods of any other
house thereafter. -
EASTMAN A KEtDAI L.
-1 . '".i- as Hanorer street. Boston, Mass.
SS-iaVfiCm.:. - : , ,. ,
HOW TO ECONOMISF.
! FOR ONE DOLLAR
Tost Can Bar Every Description of
i DRY AND FANCY COODS. -
SILVER-PLATED WARE, 4c.
SEPI f FOR CIKCITL, A R,01TING FtTfjl,
cartienlars. or send 0.E DOLLAR and receive
ten checks describinr ten different articles, whiob
we will sell tor ukb uoll ah bach, ana as a com
mission to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300,
For 3, ' 30 checks and 20 yds.' Bheetirtp;:
r"ol,! $5,' 50 checks and 30 jds. Sheeting,
For $10, li 10 checks and bo yds. ehecunj,
or other articles equally valuable.
should the articles named on tte Checks not be
desired.' a selection can bo made from our Ex
cnAGg List, which is greater than that of any
other house; and as our goods are acknowledged to
be superior to any otner concern, we boow lanaiter
patronising us once, you will continue to do so.
Male and female agenta wanted everywhere.
DO.VT FAIL TO SEND FOR CIRCULAR.,.
Address.
; ' ... LABONTE BABBITT.
83 Sudbury St., Boston. Mass.
mov-w4t-DB-r '
tLicensed by the U nited' States Authorities. "
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS. WO 'LENS,
COTTONS, CARPE1INGS. BOOTS and '.
SHOES. SILVtR PLATED WAR;,
WATCHES. SKW1NG MACHIES..i. .'A
! ... ... , CUTLERY.4o..Ao.. .. . :
To be sold at tbe average price of tl.OO Each.
Our commissions for clubs exceed those of other
establishments, and our g mdsare warranted to give
aatisfaction. Clubs of 'lea and upwards receive
articlea valued at from 3 to 100. New Circu ar
and fall particulars sent free w. H t'LOBIl.
m IM 4t cu., AO uansver tit.. Beaton,
ISass, - ' novl3-w4t-rB-r
. i.il ,r,i , . 1 : , ,
' VVindow Glass VVarehouse. r
BENJAMIN" ' H. - SHOEMAKEE,
rtoml SOS, 20r, 20 & 211 It. dltli Sl
j v PHILADELPHIA.
j ..; ;,' ; IMrOBTBB OB if; --T .!,.', , -..
French and English Window Glass. !-'; .1.
French Plate Glass for Windows. , .
French Looking Glass Plates. - i ' v.. !!.
Hammered Plate Glass for Skylights. .....
' " " Floors.
Colored and Ornamental Church Glass.: , ..
Flutel G ass for Conservatories, every size and
thickness.. - - -w.
By the Original Case, Bor, or Single Light.
Square ir eat to any Irregular Shape., . . ;
nov21:w3m-CF. -if, -r
A NEW PRICE UST
Is issued this month by tne
HASOX & BAMLIS OKGAN CO.,
and will be sent, post paid, to every applicant, con
taining announcements oi ., ... ,, .. . .
NEW-STYLES OF. ORGANS,
" .'.' .' A1B: ! - ,:l " '' '-
IIEI3TJCIIIJ PIIICEB,
Four-Octave Organ, Solid Walnut Caae,
Five-Octave Double Reed Orcan, Kive tops,
Solid Walnut C.se. carved and pantile), tits.
Other atvles at nronortionate or ces. Wareroima.
154 Tremont street, Boston; S9S Broadway. Mew
xork. . , . . novx7-4t-r NT
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
ITJCKEYB
ITjOCJ
REGARDING THK TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite yon to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East llinad street. '
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
iiat. ' - . " - ' 3 -' ' ': .
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with com-7-.
and serve tbepurpotes ot speech, mastieation
doeauty. As Dentists weafm to be the beet and
lis ill that's tfood.
Teeth extracted without pain. ' y7-wm
Wbstkbh Bisbrvb Bane, I .
Wakben, Ohio, August 19. 1864. ( .
N
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes of the lata
Western Reserve Bank, and to all other parties iti-tershted-
that after the expiration of .ii motitha
from this date, application will be made to tha An
ditor, secretary ana .treasurer oi oiaia, to surren
Har tn aaid Hank the Stocks deposited to tecura th.
outstanding eiroolation of said Bank, In puran
ance of the forty-fif'b (45) section of an act entit ed
"An sot t incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
end other Banking Companies,": passed February
34,1845. T. t. n,-i,..,. ..
n. d. rAaaiAoi a resident.
M. B. Tati.sb, Cashier. .
August 18, M6a.B4Sbt . :028-wa
inn Jk ntiii.n'i-i.i S1 1-? Jnol
n Xt7 -Cvi H ii i
Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION. NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
odl lo A'.MO loi.ivi;iti 9ilJ
RAILROAD.
in Ji V i'R '11
,1'llW -I. -
Tbree Trains HeaVeCefambaai:TJiiloh
Depot), Daily (suaaavs fcxeepteg.)
... '' - . t': .' .-.;:
3:25 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at
Zanesville at 813 A. M- Bellaire at 10t20 A. M .
Baltimora at & A. M.; Waahington City at 8:40
JL.BU , .
,T i : Ml t- .E . It T
1 ItlO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS A rrlving
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. M: Bellaire at 5:10 P M ;
Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at 1235
jr. at. ' -
rr- j. z
SMS P. M. EXPRESS MA lt.rriving at Zanee-
viue at 4:00 r. si.; iseuaire at :io r. ai.: Baltimore
at 4:44 t-r Jl.; w ashington City at 0 X. M.
Ul .ir ill .-. II Jl-l.C! i.- 1
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger hoi ling through tickets tq. Easter
aitlaa have the nrivllfiffe of 1 1 'lu 1 " '-
f x .t.i-i-jv.'! -;i;t ... 1 1 : - ini ivtu.U ' ily
V.sitlqg Wasbingtoii City Free
NoCharigeof.Dar
iit avail o I" .' 1 'i i n '. ) .' .11 .-i-i'-'i'
SLEEttNG ' tiA'R!? 'Alt !jf IfJHT
.)--! .i .. : ,. Io A'fi-: jtf'
AaU fer TICKETSvlaBCLLAIRE
',' ' JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportaticsv.
' ' L. M. COLE; General Ticket Agent.
-JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger At. j
tnn-j ! : rii ,in..-i'j
!i,ii't.i k)U -I'.'.i'r.il .'! !
MEDICAL.
DRUNKENNESS
". CURED WITUI "r ". . .
DRg JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC
TtTE ONllV INFALLIIILG HF.nF.PT.
Can be given with or without tbe kaowledge
of the patient. Dr Johnston's Treatise on."Dnuik
enness. its 1'onseauenoes aad Cure, free on ao
plication. Price of Spceino per bottle, . tl SO, cr
tnree potues ior ge.uu. . . r . .-,,.
J .'Augr-, T. tecriTaellei, 5
i Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, v'olumbus. 0
::.' SOLD BY ALL DRDGGISTS." ' 1 " '''
seplT-dTiaAwly ,.. . .. , ...
r A. PERFECT. CURE
Fot:. Dyspepsia,' Fever and Ague, Act- .
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, :
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and ail
diseases . awing from a disordered . Stat
of the Stomach, liver or Intestines. ., ,. ,,.
Prepared by . Sewabd. ;&.i, Bssitut,
Druggists, Buffido, N. Y, : Sold., by all
aruggists, ,' ,.; .'. U ;.;.
S. t. nAMCEL A Co., Wholesale Agents ' ...
8BB-ap4-deo&wly
Tbe Great Hetliclne Ar tbe SklMeCTe
without fall, every bind of no
Ishtly eruption er the flice.
-r '.- Itehlntr. lrrltUtc er
, . ttlavtrf I ns CHtoneiii - .- r -3. .
tjiieiue on any part
of the peraon.
'R hnt nenrtff rimf me of Ant mortifying mp
tion, ami I im nam ioolting qUt liken Mrn.M wtitea
t'harlen B. Noble, fentml Agent of Mich. Central
J; 173 Broadway. N ,-,..,. (
' We And it an inrajnabte mm fly for Tetter eic
write Hig ley Bros., Druggist. Fair it eld, Iowa.
I fcfiw tried yottr mlnnNe reaMy for Barber' $
Itch tritk great mcce," writes C. W. Pamout. of
Xeouiiuster. Mast, . , . ! . ; . ; .
Sfnd for circular. Price, 75 eta. and tl.OO.. t- :
rrej)ared only by . SOLON PALMER. ' :.,
'36 West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, 0-. , -For
sale by Druggists generally.
pt21 deodAwly : ' . i - w-...
THE SCIENCE OF HE&ITH.
EVF.KI jn AEv MIS OWN a-sk.CaN.
Hollnwav's Pills and Bollowav's Ointment.
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Rowels Tbe
Stomach is the great center which influences tne
health or disease of the system sensed or debili
tated by excess indigestion, attentive oretm aaa
nl.v.i.l nro.tr.linn ara tba naiural ConseaUenceS.
Allied to the brain, it is the source of headaches.
mental depression, nervous compi.inu ana uurr
Ireshtnr sleep. Tbe Liver becomes affected and
generates bilious disorders, pains in then tide. Ac.
T e Bowels sympathise by Cosliveness, Diarrheas
and Dvsentery. Toe principal action of these Pills
is on the stomach, and tbe Krer. lungs, bowels and
kidneis participate in tneir recuperative ana re.
,,n, r,ii,, on.r.tion . Krvsioelas and Salt Rheum
. are two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent oa tr.ia continent. 'Jo these theOintr
. ment is especially antagonistic. Its ''modus oper
andi" i. Iin.1 to Krsie.ta the venom and then cota-
plete the core. Bad Legs. Old Sores and Uloers,
eases of many years' standing, that have pertina
ciously refused to .yield to any other remedy or
treatment have invariably succumbed to a tew sp
nlictinn. of thia nawerful unffltentj Eruptionson
tba Skin, arising from a bad state of tha blood or
ebronio diseases, are eradicated, ana a ciear ana
-traniiDarent anrfaae raeained bv the restorative SO-
ton of this Ointment. It surpasses many of the
cosmetics and other toilet aprliances In power
. to. dispel rashes ana ..ther d rfigurements of the
face. Female Complaints, whetb r in the young or
old. married o- single, at tne - aawn ot woaianaooa
or the torn of lite, tliese toBk4neaioina' displays
decided an influence tbst a marked improvement is
. soon perceptible in the health of the patient.
ing a purely vegetable prepatatiou. they are a safe
and reliable remedy for ail classes of Females in
every condition of health and station til life. Filer
and Fistula Every form and feature of these prev
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated looall
and entirely by the use of this emolient; waim fo
- mentations should precede its application. Its
' healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable, ;, ' .
Both the Ointment and Fi'ls should be used
the following eases:: .... -
. Bunions, Burns. Chapped hands. Chilblains, fis
tula. Gout. Lumbago. Mercurial Eruptions, files.
Rheumatism. Ri. gworm. Salt Rheum. Sealds.
SkinDisea.es. Swelled Glands, tore l egs. Sore
Breasts, Sore Heads. Sore Throats Sores of all
kinds, Sprains. Stiff Joints, Tetter, Ulcers, Ve
nereal 8ora. Wounds of all kinds.
CAUTION 1 one are genuine unless the words
"Hollow a t, Nbw Vob.a Lomdok "me dis
eernable as a Water-mar in every leat of the book
of directions around each pot or box: the same may
be plainly seen by holding the leaf to th Ught A
handsome reward will beg yen to any one render
ing aucb information as may lead to the detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting the medi
cines or vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious. " ' .' '-' " " '
AaT Sold at tha manufactory of Professor Hoi
loway.m Maiden Lane, New York, and br all re
spectable Dratraista-and Dealers in 'Medicine
throughout t: a civilised world. i , '
sar There is considerable saving by taking the
larger sizes. i. . : . j -. .
N. B Directions for the guidance of patient in
' every disorder are affixed to eaoh pot and box.
. jvlS-wlv
iO- PHILOSOHHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nbw
Coobsb OP Liotusbs, bs delivered at the New
. York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tbe sub
jects : How to live and what to live for: Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner-
: voua diseases accounted for ; Marriage p! ilosoph
ically considered, Ae. . -
. Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to partiei unable to attend, on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing SECRETARY, Kiw
Yobk Messrs or Anatomy and Scibnob. 6ia
Broadwai Ntw Iobk, VBT-fabiig-dly
'iniiTa' inar .
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
J fft
RHf-Xi -lOJlll lijJoUL.
0trin rfT -VS 1
Thekhortest Routa Vesi-Nosgs of Cari'
Chicago, Keoknk and Indianapolis. -V-b
ifl"!i'1Ili r fl-r-tf- n'nil TJa
f OtJK TRA15S DAILT leave Unlo DepoUCe
lumbus, on and after Nov. 21, 1868. a
-follows: . 7TI.IU.J
R00 1 AvcTPLEDUt AND DETROIT-EX-SVJ',-88
(?ondavs excepted) ' Anivea
i ?J u rtaaa rMO a ak-BeHefosULna
;?.ni!S''dosky:0Op m. Piqua Il7l6 a m. To
led..6-30pm. Detroit loopm. .-n.5..'-l
1 till train la run . f T. -i . , j r.
-iTt'it b.'ain., arn.Uigat bouh plaoes aVsaanr
aneadof any other route TJ-TL ,.
I'TS "ML AND" PEORIA TPRESS
J..lt (Sundays excepted). Arrives at Brad lord
.SSo0" I Z?r?.?t fc-' Indianapoi
Lhicavo 8:00 ft m.
raotift na m mt marc t , a. R-rlinTi.
ICavrtlrnb' 14.?A - j v
l.oumville2J0 a m. Terra Rant il l? AwmLz.'
JS3 a m. Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana-4J7 a .4,Aiton.Hl0a
m. 8t Louia :15 am.lAfsjette 120 mid. Bprina
fiM, Ilia ,?;0m. , . , '
- Passengers br this train-reach KF Ldtrla lEe next
morning mwm aalaeatal and (or points weat
ef St. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of
all other routes. .yma., Zij.i ilH i
C. Kfi P. M. CHI04eAND 8T. LOUIS EX
9.UU"PRK88 (Sunare asoeptedli- Arriveaat
Piqua9HlSp m, Toledo 830 a m. Detroit 8:10 a m.
Bradford Junction 93 p Loraneport HO a mi
Chicago 8K0a m. Indianapolis Sjfca m, Terre Haute
4:30 a m. Mattoon 8:15 a m. Pica UKW a m. A Hon
3 (M) p m, St. Lonis 4.0'p ui. LafaTette 7M a m,
8pTinfiaId. ills:,43J p. bW Quincy ill0p ta. Keo
kuk IKK) am. Louisvilla D.-Ola, m, JNashvillaKK) p
m. Memphis UM m. 4 ,J J ini - -ii.n, t u
Kn Sleopingcars run in this traia from Colum
bus to ChiraK" and SULauia without change. This"
is decidedly .the. best train front Colpmhus to Chi
cago. St. Louis and Lonisvilla, as it maae quicker
tins and arrivee at Sk Loaia-and LaaisvUlajS
noura ahead and makea direct connections for
all pni nts West aad South on Uai& ia adraaoa of,
any other roata.
19lfi 'i.M SGHT EXPRESS. Daily- via
UtU Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), ' via
Logaosaor. Arrivea at Bradford jusctwa 4:l a.
m. Logansport 9:40 a m, Chicago t-i& p m. Peoria
5:3S p m, Keokuk 1W5 p m, lndlanapoli a m,'
Terre Haute 1:15 p m.Bvawmille 1M pm, Mattoon
i'M p ns, Cairo 4;1S a m. Paaa KM p m, Alton a30- p
m, t-t. Louis 10:15 p m. Wayette 3:10 p m. Louis
vi leAiOSp-ss, Nashville SMaa, MemphiaAd pm"
Passengers by tnis train arrive the same day at
St. Louis SU hours and Chicago hour ahead of'
any other route. .IO!11
STATE ROOn SiiEEPHG CARS
.,.- , .- . t .. . . .
Jinn in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
- Call or Ticket via Logans port or India-;
apoltS. , . , ., :.,, .. , . ...
St- Tickets for sale at Union andPtqn4 frepdts.'
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad. Tioket
Offices. -
...1(.t F. CHANDLERTGenl TicketAgent,
. .. J. M. LUNT. General SoperinteadenW
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
; iFlve Trstlnaa XDslXy, ?
. '- ''-'-'JxeEFTSSOSD'AT: '-:': ictol.l
From Colnmbas,' in connection with Trains -am thi
K.lttle iniaxnl afc. Cetlatnabsu cV Xesnla l
''".-iJ t IteUremaia. t:.AC feua iij.ill
' SIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at'f:f''
A.M.. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Uileed.
Gallon, CraaUine, tibelby.--8hikhv Mew djondoo.
NaUington. Grafton ami Berea, arriving at Cleve- .
land ateiS A."M., New York MA.M. This train 1
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. (. o . ...!
0. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus,
atfeOO A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This '
traia starts from the Preight Yard. -j
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves' Columbus at '
11:10 A. M. ill stop at DelawareAsbley.Carding-7
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shalbj, New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. . Arrives at Cleveland
at 3r P. M .. New Vork nexf day at S P; M. -
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at :40 ,
P. M. Will stop at Worthii gton. Lewia Center,
Oelaware, and all Stations to- iShelby and Bhiloh,
New London, Wellington, Urafton and Berea. Ar t
riveat Cleveland at:60 P. M., Sew York T:i P.M.4
Passengers for Fort W ayn and Chicago, by takrT
ing this train, will get sleeping car at Crestline at.
:O0P M arrive in Fort Wayne at UiSO-P. M., I
Ch cago at 64)0 A. M. beta) in advance of all oth
er ruat-e. have ample time for breakfast, and tak
the earliest train for tbe West
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODATIOK TIA DEI'4
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 1:30 P. M. Will ,
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring-"
laid, arriving at Delaware at 3:36 P. M., Springfield-;
PiO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at T.-OO A.
M , arrives at Delaware at A. M.; 4JolniabaS"l
WM0A.il.,; j .j i ...-,, V.:-r-M jjnlj
Pa tent Sleeplnsr Can are pisa oa al I -IWient
TrainaTto Chlcuso,
: New 1'nrlc aad'- " .' '
' ' tl I; .f t.-t. i. B4aBB4BU 1 7S DltlJl '-. 'IO toa
Car Baggage cheeked through to
Tl'ew Terk an 1
Boston, via Cleveland : ala to PhiladaAnhia aaA-f
n, via taev
.New York, via Crestline. - .....
RETDRWISfis ' ' -1 rt
. lht Kxpres arrives at Colnmbas at T4S A. M, i
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus all:
P. M. .... "1 Oi K!
, Mail Train arrivea at Coiaaabua at SS P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Coiambus .
BtlO40A.M.' - - i "
raurw ata'lww fcy atnr Otnar BsU)e.
: . Ask for Tickets via Creatlinaor Cleyalaad, j v
;w r E. 8. FLINT, .
' Superintendent, Clevetand; Ohio.'-i-
I A t i ;-i JAMES PATTERSON, i .ij
' Agent, Column g, Ohio. .
, Columbus. Nov 19. 1868. . TT7.. - a .... ui
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
. .
mam
RAILROADS
. i jitil ti'. I.i i ii i . fiiiii'i.T
On an ) after MONDAY, Nov. Ud. 1868, FOtlt l
. TRAINS DAILY will leave Colnmhus :,;;i. Ji
FOB CIHCUnTATL,10DI8VILLB, CAIRO, 8X. ,
t, WCI8, BAYIXUIRICHIIOHD, IH-, ') ,;;
; DIAHAPOLIS CHICAGO. , ? . n i ;i.
Withon 1 change of earl to-AYTOH and RICH
- ilON D. and only oa change of cars to IN . -
' DLANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.. ' '
i ... : , Connections are reliable as follows ; : ; j . . , y
; i -tMh-.-.'F.. FIBtlT : TRAIN (Daily). d .-n glu.t
Leaves at 8 A: M. for Clneinnati, CiTclevllle,' i
i Lancaster, HilUboro and Chiliioothe; stops at Lob-
- don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland,' arriving a -Cincinnati
at l,7na y.j i -.jiviiuti '.':. i
j SECOND TRAIN. ' tt -.hi
' (Daily except SundaysJ
Leavea at JMO i. B; for Cincinnati Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Cbicaao, and stops at
; West Jeffers on, London. South Charleston, 81 ma. '
, Cadarville.Xenia, Spring Yallay. Corwin, Morrow y
: South Lebanon, Fosters. LovelAn-t. Mijford,ar- ,.
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. M., conntotiag "
with the Mail Boats, k i. ;:,,!...- ZI i
j-i.'l -""' THIRD TRAIN.! uv- .1 x-.i;
i i.i .. (Daily kxoapt SuBdaysJ - ' VKb
leaves at 1 H6 P. M, for Cincinnati. Daytea aad c
, Sprirgfield, via Xania, arriving at Cincinnati at
eao p. M.
'; ... FOURTHTRAINr .,
: - ... .jl '-:-..' T . i '. 1- Aiif': M.I
i ... (Daily except Sundays.)
I .eaves at 6 P."M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and '
Springfield via London,' stopping at Alton, West i
Jefferson, London, South Charleston. , Solma-;
! Cearville. Xenia; Morrow and Loveland, and ar
, riving at Ciaoinnati at 100 P. M. ., 1 . i.ji. . i 1
i-t.i
il. :.:t iiiiO
Sleepina; Caira'aaali' Ml;lt' 'Tralsja,""
...... ,ii. .i-..-:. .i . . .i-';i... - ir .......
.. ! HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agsnh, , .-
' W. H. HSJUfiN. Agent.
JOHN DURAND. . ... ) -, .,.,;! , .
Genl Superintendeut,lci d ' - ' ' r
-W.L. O'BKIKN. . .v..fv-uleW,.; , . .,, .,
GcpI Ticket Aft.) . , . , .
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
, - 'PAVllHAIll,Ea0TJB.-,ii9t: iiirt
:; .l - - t i .
Lt.l . -, 3
n and after June 29th.' IPs, train, -ill ra. . .
follows: . '-. " !.';
Leave. N. Y. Express. . Mail Fast Line
Columbus 8:00 A. M. S:15P.M. " 11S0A.M.
Newark... ,v...8:a6A,M.i 3:50P. M. HIJ6 P.M,
Steubeoville... 8.00 A.M. 8.-411 P.M. 5:15 P.M.
Arrive at .
Pituburgh....ll.lOA. M.
Harrisbirg 840 P. M.
Philadelphia 1 A. M.
New York.. 5:08 A. M.
Baltimore... . s:45 A. M
KKM M.
1S:S0 P. M.
45 P.M.
. 66 P.M.
,7:05 P.M. i
6)A.M,
4A. Jl,
11:50 A.M. ....
12:9 P M '-1
' tito r. M.
Washington... 840 A.M.
Boston 6:00 P. M.
9 iO P. M. j .: 45 p. M; . r
L Elegant state room sleeping ears on all aiaht train."
"wi r. fll.
ud tne r ast Aiise toe ceieoratea Oliver faiaoe'
dSy and night cars are run through from Columbus K
to Philadelphia and New York without change ...(:
' A3- Passengers by the 2:00 A.. M . Sunday train
arrive in New York al 5 o'clock 1 Monday merning ! 1
an advantage never befortuafiAicd.
' . . . K. SCULL.
' W. W. CARD, Snperintenriert, SteubenviHe O .
I ' ' -H.B.BROOKi5i-
jOH!f B.PETERS.nLfl6o?u0sro.U, "
janel0-dly-jo3 . . .. . - . j , ; "f -il j.l
PASSAGE TO AND FROItf GREAT
. Rritaln and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail-i'"
!?5.?lS,"e.K,bekly '" treduoed rate.. TAP- ,-.
SCOTT BROS. A CO- 8 South street
IIUUUUl. 111ABAJ B-A BHUI
BAILEY 1BOMP
A :...
i on. eonunne to issn Fassag Ticket,- available. "'-
for twelve months, from '.onden, LivrpooL oT r
Qaeenstown, and Drafts, p. .able en demand far
m. j?. i . . t. l '
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