OCR Interpretation


Daily Ohio statesman. (Columbus, Ohio) 1855-1870, December 08, 1868, Image 4

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028645/1868-12-08/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

-'tM.r'"
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
9iiiiii tkaaniral ami deaxrtwreertrelns at Or)
mmpM. unto, ua ug t altar Monday flov. X3JJ
te trtins will run a follow . -f - I
wfiMi vDiamguAvuTii re, k.
i'HST. kTeilM Express-.. 1:10 A.M.1 ljt A. A.
Nw York Express 11:10 A. His I P. ik
jjiairanar xpreau., ......... aw fr-BUt ! wti r. i
iBiuMa aoooai.via r. at. , .m:4
i:4 A. M:
HO, l A.ooojanoaUon....... S;UO 4.. M. 7
r.tsp.Mi
This train leaves Sanda ararnlnr not Mondavi
JAMES PATTERSON Aawnt-1
Wight Kxrwe-. "... Sao A. M. 10 A. Ml
Jtuiaaati Aceemtaodatioa. $o A. M. ' 9:M P. Ml
J.xe....s..4..'V... 1:45 P.M. ; 1140 A. M,
-Kxa.P.v..... ............ 6:00 P. W, ( 1SD0 P.MI
. - n.n. h.ohisn, flifsnu
.altlaor, m KallrorWL, Central
I"Jiii J 'A . . . ". 1 !(!'' " '
- 1 If IDlTfl
'Hlght RioreW; .'...V.'J.v. A. M.2:i0 A. Ml
- -LWitwia Hnnw.t....11:1 AJ M. Bl P. M
napr jaaiA-.-i...'- a:i r. n. -Mao x. Mi
; ':..; ' A l, smith, .jfent.
aaafcaa, Ch teste mad latlua Cam
-.. -3 IBAVS. AKKIVE
High Express. :..........::40 A. M. fsTO A. M,
Toledo Express 8:00 A. M." 15 V. M.
WaKira KiprM.....-.-rn 6:50 P. M. TS P M.
tfie.ana.cy, lriana! isla 4c Newark. K.Kj
' Train leave Newark and arrire u follow .
FrArh.. J.... w A.M. I D P.M.
Hail and Express. .......... ..10.30 A.M. , SS P.M.
Mansfield Express ............ 3.45P.M. 0 5 A.M.;
rlitaltvrclii Clnclnnatt 4c M. UlU
jot, ...., uir. " ;.;:.''- I
.' :. j - i iatb. Amors, i
Hew Tort Expra..'- T6 A. M.i BOO Mid't
Lightning Expre,...,..,ll:0 A. M., 646 P., M.
SmH and Express ......... .3 P. M. lx:45 P. M.t
Daaniaon AaeomiMdatton6:00A. M. ' : P. M.i
j, flew York Express ras daily. , AQ -ether traina
taa daily, except sanday.
Penaixon Accommodation itarU from, fxaight
tmtiJ-"-' - : -' !
Jnxnt H. Twrinja A ownfe. -
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-Aurm. olobxi. i
Xattern Throntn MaTTi,'
rn x iin'uKu naiiB. A. m. it. m r m-l
Pittbtirh... .......... UJO J0 lOKHT tO
V... - u-:i. - 1 :
A I- R
1X90
Borthwest. Tia Ft, W. 4
CC. V.C.IC.B.R.
Chicao, Tia C. P. i. C. .
i;.ll!.k.R......
ii'
fttle Miami MJU Tiro Y
Little Miami E.B.. War. .
C O.' K. R.. Newark.'
Zanesrille A Wheeling.
C. O. R, War
C-n V t thnmgk aad '
Way.. . ..
Cirelerille. Chillioothe Jt '
1190
' :
.i. 11:S0 7:M
. n im . n jo i
1:S0
, ll'JO
.730
. T.-00 110 . i90
rortemoutn - ....
-vaeaaaer. Ohiowi.....
East k ay. National Road.; lfcSO
Mk. Ternoa WarWeeUr-
Tille. .... m-M '
Jletth Volaatboi and Cliar
tonrille....... 10:30
WajhimitoaC.IL.TUHar-'l i ,
riabarg. (tri-weeklyj
arries Mondays Wed- -
aeadaye, A t'ridaya, and
; leave Toeedaya. Xbura
tdaya and Saturday!... .J ; .
Centre Village, (tri-week-) -
ly,)Taesdaji.Thardj Ul.
' 00
o.-o:
7
tao-
UH6
'.-' r ' 14)0
i '! ' r t
'.O0' . Ifloi
IMS
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
WHEN THE SEA GIVES UP HER
DEAD.
BY JEAN INGELOW.
When the tpanbwi fcnild. and the learea hrcak ;
: ' turth, , : ,
1-. W My old Borrow wakes' and eriea. T '- i -' .
Tia-I know there is dawa in the far. far north, -. i
s. j Asd a aoarlet aea doth rise ; - , L- . :
JUka a scarlet fleece the Dow-field spreads,: . ,
' And the ley fonnTs ran free. - , ' !
And the benrs beaia bow their heads. "
f.f 'liAad planceasd sailia the sexw ' ! .:-. ;
i,., ; ; ; -tt : .. '
OhJ y lost lore, and my own. own loTe.. ; . r
And my lore, that lored me so I .
Is (here never a ehink in the world above
' ',.' Where they listen for words from below T '
Baj(. f. spokeoaee, and 1 grievei thee sore, i . , !
. 1 remember all tbat I said ; . j. r
Ahd now thoa will hear me no more no more ' ' ,
. IU1 the sea (ire a bet dead. '.')
r-i i:f:I ; 'f ; .-'.jt :' (nil
Thcstdidat sat thy foot oa the ship and sail
To the ice-fields and the enow ; ,
Thou wert sad. for tby love did naught avail. - , - !
And the end 1 eonld not know.
Bowoanld t tail 1 shoald lave thee awav, "
1( ; ,' Wsuni did aol tore thee aneart . r ,
. '. . . -i . . ' '
W shaft walk no more through the sodden plain, ,
With sue faded bents o'ercpread, '
We Shall stand no more by the seetbins; main,
h . wnnetbeoara wraoxanreB o emeaa :
fa shall nart no more ia the wind and the rain.
V ' WliA-a th fArewell was ffaid :
Bat perhaps 1 shall meet thee and know thee aiain
T.tn .. .WheatbeaeafiTesap her dead.-- .
AGRICULTURAL.
3i',Hywi to, Ma'kk Dqcilb'-Hoeses.-.
The docility and junazing inBtinct of
the Arab hwfve: ara shown to proceed
itialnly " from ' his - constant " association
irith the' family 'p his owner sharing
their' food aleeping ia their ttnt, and
lastly front the arly age at which he is
troie jn;'Thieh: they Baycheeks the
deVelopnierit1 of the epleen-a 'very im-.
pprtant point in the opinion of the Arabs.-.
At,the itgVt": eighteen te twenty,
months the colt is mounted "by a child,
Vxiakbs birri to water, goes jh'pearch
of grass' or leads him to the pasture.-
Net: to hurt the : bars,', he guides him
with a Jorige, or a tolerably soft mule's
bit. This exercise " ia good for them'
b6tbH The child grows up a horseman,
aad trWeolt acquires the habit of carry
irg la weight proportioned to his strengths
Hdldarns to walk, to fear nothing, and
it is in this mahneCa.say the Arabs, tbat
-contrive never to ' bave restive
horses." f
For the first few days the tit is cov
ered with ?undresssed wool, partly with
a view not tot hurt his '- bars, and partly
to allure him to .docility, by the salty
flavor of which he is so fond. When he
begins to champ the bit, the task is near- '
ly accomplished. ; This preparatory ex-'
erclse takes place morning and 'evening.
Thus 'sagaciously handled, the young ;
animal will he ready-to be mounted in 1
the early 'part-"of - the autumn when
he will he Less tormented by the flies
and, heat.'i Weal tby owners, before they .
allow. Jtheir; cplt Jto be. mounted by a
grown-up man, sometimes have him led
tip and down gently for a fortnight with ;
a pack-saddle on his back, supporting j
two baskets filledwith sand. : ; ;' - ;
When. he. is .thirty months old,' the
colt is taught not to break loose from Lis
rider when the latter sets foot on earth, j
and notTeven to stir from the spot where
the bridle has been passed over his head j
and allowed to drag on the ground. ' ', Es
pecial care is taken in teaching thiB lea-
son, because it is ne of great import
ance in Arab( life. Ex.; ' ' ' ' '
Pbotbction to Plants in Winter.
All pur readers know that snow is the
very hest plant protector. But we do
not know that it is much better than
earth drawn ever the plants just as win
ter is about - to set in. We have fre
quently recommended, this,, in our col
umns, but not near as much is made of
this fact as might be. ... . : - : ; . ; -1 ' '
For instance, every one knows how
inuch Letter cuttings root when taken off ,
in the fall, than when it is deferred till
spring; but the fear of having then drawn
out by frost seems a greater evil. Now
many adopt our plan. Put the cuttings
in, in fall, and cover with two or three
inches of earth. ' In the spring they will
be through to the surface, or if not, some
of the earth can be taken off.
- - Much use also is made of the fact, to .
get young seeding stock set out. , Jt
used to be the fashion . to buy them in
the falb Bud bury : them completely up
in a heap till spring, covering tops and
all; but spring alwayB ,finds more work
than the nurseryman can do.
Under this new system of earth pro
tection, ha now sets out his young stock
where it is to remain covering it entirely
with earth, and uncovering it early in
the, spring. By this means he gets an
immense amount of work done in the
fall, in time otherwise unemployed.
Gardener' Monthly. .' ' ' . H
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
Tovlt 9mt mat concn! -.,' V".V
f m 3,,t "7.9;51r. 0"'0.i i
Jl4tleta hereby ffiVMi, that pmocedtosshftv been
WS the fol lowing unDrDTtimeiits.o-witi
' For.nredint the north half ot Perr itreet from
uikd aL-roswai w oorpormnon line.
Alo, for aradi-HT and pa-riaif the- i, utters and
sRadina omnd atrawfalin rhta rrii w and aii-
walks on Monnd strtet from Waahinc toa, areaue
to the east line oMot No. 16. 1,1 j " -i ,
- lAMo.Tor a doable row nt atone varenien. aoroaa
Uound street Dpon the wosst aide ef Hir ttret.!
r The saiae to be done in &aaor1i.nr.A with nlfLtA iltiiI
estitnates to be prepared br the City Civil Enaio-
All persons claiminv dam&fraa an ffmMnt rif Mmlil
propogea improvements, sre required to file their
eieisMjn the office of the Clerk, in writinc.ooor
iiiia i 1 nay - ox i ieoenuer, a. u,
':,,':-r,-'-,i.'R:wit.s6N.!'
r-oet-dltawwi t t City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
VC' i ,! CITT CLERK'S OFFICE. ' I
instituted in the Citjr Conneil of Columbus, for
w.aiu ma luiiuwiuK improvemenui, town: '
For layiasi a doable row flag stone crossing aeross
Renter alley on the north side of Long street.
' Also, for bnlldina a double row flas? crossins
Berees ooain raouo lane at the west smeot tiign
street. .. - ( t.,
. Also, for "building a double tow fle erosnng
serosa South street at the west side of High street.
; Thesame to bedone in aeoordanee with plats and
estimates to be nrenared btbe Citr Civil Engineer
and filed in the pfiice of the City Clerk.
All personselaiming damages on aeooact of said
proposed improvementSvare required to file their
claims intheoffioeof the Clerk, in writing, on or
wiyre w x wcaiy-nim ,oay oi xeeemoer, a. u
188.'. Ax .;t,!t- i
., .It, E. WILSON.
BovIS-dltawtw i ' City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
ToattfcAomitmagcMtter
- ; CITY CLERK'S OFFICE," .
. . .. . - Cm.riMBiTH. 0. Nov. la. 1S48.1
Notice Is herebv eiven. that nroceedinss have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
DiiiDg ue ioiiowiugimproTemeuw, w wn: - ' '
Kor arrtdine and navina the ni.Tiaved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings on the weststde of Washing
ton avenue from the norm aide oi juatten riaceto
the south side of Gav street.
: Aleo. for recavina High street from Perry street
ot me corporation line. - .
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
rradway of Fuolio alley from t ilth street to Sixth
street. ..
- - The sameto be dona in accordance withthenlati
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Ko-
Sincvr. iuu uicu ill iu. viuuq w& bun viornr
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvement, are required to file their
claims in toe omee of toe Clerk, id writing, oa or
oeior tne r irst oay oi rfanna-y. a. u. "'
Xi. i. wii,oun.
BOTlS-dlUwXw ' i - City Clerk
Paving Notice.
T ait s Ann it may Concern t
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I
CiiLnMRlln. (1.. Nov. S3. 188R.I
Notice Is berebv given that oroeeedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, Xor
maaiug toe lonowiug improvements, m-wit : .
For grading and paving the anpaved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings oa tee west side el tne va
cant ground weat of the market house, and for na-
vir.gthe balance of said vacant ground with Nio 1-
aon pavement irom Town street to tticn street.
Also, for laying a double row of flag cro'sing
aeros Center alley on the south side of Spring
street.
Also, for laying a double row flag crossing aeross
Center allev at the south side of Long street. .
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
entimetes to be prepared by the City Civil Engi-
eer, ana Died in tne omee oi tne uity uierg.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file theii
elaims in the office of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
before the fcighth day of January. A. I. 1869.
. Ji li. I,. WILBUK
nov?S-dltaw4w CiUr Clerk
BOOK -BINDERIES.
500,000 -
BOOKS WANTED FOR BIKDLV6.
HAVE YOU"
A. MUSIC. Ao..''Ao that voa wish to have
bound in a sic firm binding, promptly, at low
nricesT Books sent for and returned to anr part of
the city by giving notice through postoffiee, or at
tne.v,, . . I , : - . . : I i - - :
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
BLANK BOOK Ma.NUFACTOBT
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State.
Kooma 34., "SS. 88 PCarlti Hla;h ' street.
(Over MBsrs Nevins A iljem', ad Statesman
Steam Frinting Offices.)
BLANK BOOKS 1. 1 ? f
AtL.AIK BOOKS!!
,BCANK BOOKS! !
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to the lowest, printed If desired, rnled and bound
to any required pat Cera, and superior workmanship.
at the lowest prices. .
Order fr'na Coanty Officers, Banks, Merchants,
snd all Officers requiring tSCfKhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention. ' ' - - "
xour patronage respect fully solicited.
oct3-dee6m
f Proprietor.
SIBSERT & LILLBY,
Blank Book IHasiifactiirers.
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attentkmpald to manufacturing first class
UTA-ISIi ' HOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Hesd-
i 5 ings. for - ;
OOtriwT OPPIOBBSi HKKOHINTR, KXHrrXOTSBIBS
BANKKKS, BAII.BOAD COHPAD1E8, AC.
" ,i,
r Full sets of . Books made on short notice.
warraated to give perfect satisfaction. , .
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprll eouJy " 1 COLUMBUS. OHIO.
COAL.
I L,
T. ALLEN,. Agent.
WILL, CONTINUE THE GOAL BC
, NEnS at his present stand. . . , -r -. ,. , ,
No. 13S North Hisla alreet.
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOUKINtt COAL, wnieh.be is prepared toaell a
the lowest msrket price.
ar peojaiattenuoapaa to snipping.
mySO-eodly . . . t
FURNITURE.
XUOSABIi BAXH . CHARLS8 O. BBLLOWg.
C. r. L. BUTLEK.
HAL3I, BELLOWS c BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
Nee. 216 & 8 18 Sooth High St.,
. COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Ikrtr ueae Manufactory it at th Foot at
oouiA sre, est Me uwwj
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They in anu lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM HALL, AND
MIUHtn rUHNIIUHt
t ell- elassfM and evarv deaien of snoerior Work
m.mhln and finish. Also. Cane-Heat Chaira of
very description, vv noiesaie ana itetau.
.tebti-decdlv
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTKR8 AND BKALSKa IN"
WATCHES
JEWELBT, .
CLOCKS,
BUiliin aasta
. ; PLATED .WARE,
CANES, SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY, '
GOLD PET! S,
POCKET-BOOKS Md '.".,'
i . .' . OPERA GLASSES
'IS ENDLESS VAEIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setts Thomas' and WaterbutjrClocka
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also. Agents
for the
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Wateh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in full supply at
low rates.
aar All order promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. y a LEgQUEKE0Xi
feblt-eodly No. 71 South Hish St.. Columbus.
GROCERS.
TOM, MILES & M'DOMDS.
- NO. V. & 1 SOUTH HIGH STREET -GBOCEltH,
PBOPRIETORS COLUMBUS POW?
Or R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Haiard Powder Compan.'i Powder. Agents for
he sale $ARDNER) PBIFpg 4 CO.'S
Celebrated Sngar Cixrel llaiut
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES i
in all tbeir varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, etc. -. . iull-eodly
ti,l!l!!Uli--' Hil io n. : I n ' I. I ,.il;
J iu'-' : - i---?,.- ; -i,-:..i .,?J. .'i
r. ,'. -.: :, i lii.rl- 1 ,:i- ,:-! m ' ,
.;l: -..! j . :,; '.:. : ;
.i J in :ic' '!,; I !i-i si i : :i! I
IA .''II i.:; 5;'i. i.:-'l :v H: if J I i il I
1i'ii.. . -!! J !.ffa : -v.rif f n:: '
THE LARfiEsT ' AIlD IlOSt COM
l-f ; I-IOi-i-.i 3IFA.JETE t.J tr-tiS i i. ,
iii.t j.lli1il i ".ii ! ' i ! i'lolen'j :'' ,i ji I
' -jS.i J : ''!'.'!.. VI: -,.; .- ::! If tt -.-.I n !
I li(i:lll is titlj l.. I il'..:;. 'n-ii I !!
: ; ,) ;' : , t ..t:-.'.4) t!l !
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
'i . ::iT(7i:' i-lia'r-!!tii' j- -;--.-j e -,it
- , .' ; r-r ,i : j. . .- .i i-1;.;
ESTABLISHlVraNT !
. .; '. ,v .( .-,'1
IN' CENTRAL OHIO.
.; ?: .! .ii :
-PROPRIETORS.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO"
The attention . '. the Business Public ' eaUed to
the luperior facilities of this Establishment. .
W have in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
I OP TH
BEST. AND LATEST KINDS
And oar ability. to cat out wofk promptly it "
surpassed in the West. . W nave lately ' .'
made additions to our already "
LARGE TARIEl 'i 4yr
PRINTING TYPES,
And we feel eoofident to satisfy all who may lv
a a call. Onr large font of type enable a
, ' to do all kinds of . . .
BOOK PR1MTIJXGI
a the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
eall the attention of those wanting anything '
In this inetothe 1 .
ELEGAIVT SFSCIMI-NS
That w have executed in th past jeer. -
JOB PRINTINa!
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printinf
if well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do. none but the
Best of Workmen.
i And having a full assortment of the
LATEST ana CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
W will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. ;
i " ALL KINDS OF. ;
Mercantile, , , i .
Railroad, ; : -.
Bank arid
Commercial '
Printing,
Bill Heads,
Cards, ,0'
Letter Heads,
Circulars,
Blanks or au kinds Checks,
Drafts, . ic, &e,
:. IN FACT. .
EVERY KIJVB OF JOB PBIKTIIVG
Needed by the business public.
W also keep on hand a larger stock of ,
PAPERS OF &LL KINDS
Than any other Printing Hons ia the city such as
Saper Royal, Medium,
Demy, ., ' , Crotrm Cap,
Cap, ' . Letter aaid
30"oto , Papers
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as w
do, dir ctly from the manufacturer, we are
' ' enabled to do our work at eorrespond
' ingly low rates. We are Sole
' Agents for the
Ii
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PL.ATIVEI- & PORTER,
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blaok Books
manufactured by ua. We are prepared to
., , . . fill all order for :
jodgors
lool-a
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we cha lenge competition in
this line.
P Ml I, LS
GIVE US. A3CALL
INEVINS & MYERS,:
3 S tc dO IvorthriUffxi Street,
CQUJXBUS.Z
.; .. .) ..:
I If,': ".' :-K
' ! -. ?,.!.-: ! ' .,4. . ' . ' - .1 i
il V- r r,
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE SUCCESS
? Of or 05I bdllR SALE iai eiasej aaafa
That in order to supply the demand occasioned by
, our constantly increasing patroease, we have re
- eently made importations lor the .'all Trade, direct
i from European Alan. facturers, v, - i '- '
Anioimting to Nearlj, $500,000,
. 80 that we ar prepared to sell every description
. of Dry and r'anny Joods, Silver Flated Ware. Cut
lery. Watches, Albums, Jewelrj.Ao . of better qual
ity than any other concern in the country for the
- wanuriu price Of 1na.ulJbAtt HUa l,.UU AK
TICLE. The best of boston and Hew York refer
ences eiven as to the reliability of our house, and
that our busiaes is conducted in the fairest and
I -most legitimate manner possible, - and that we
ffive Sreater valne for thu
tained in any other way. All Goods dauiased or
preaen in transportation replaced aitnout ebarge.
Checks desoribine artinlna nlA imt Ia a.nl. in
j Clubs at rates mentioned below. We guarantee
...... .--- -v wo. wc-a iuiu II UVUSU1.1.UI UUB-
' ton or Mew York Wholesale House,
Our Commissions to Agents
Exceed those of every other establishment of the
kind proof of this can be found in comparing our
premiums with those of others for Clubs of the
same sise. in addition to- which we o'aim to give
better goods of the same character- We will send
to Aeents free of charge.
Fob a Club op 30 and Three Dollars l dos.
good linen Shirt Fronts: 1 set Solid bold Stndi;
- alt Wool Cassimere for Fants: fine white Counter
pane, large sise; 1 elegant Balmoral Skirt; 10 jardi
brown or bleached Sl eeting, good quality, yard
wide; 1 elegant 100 Picture Moroeco-bound Photo.
-Album; 1 double lens Stereoscope and 1. Foreign
i Views; 1 silver plated engraved 6 bottle Castor; I
elegant Silk .an, with Ivory or Sandal Wood
Frame, feathered edge and spangled: 1 Steel Carv
ing Knife and Fork, very best quality, ivory bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: 30 yards good Print; 1 very fine Damask Table
Cover; 1 pair bent quality Ladies' Serge C' naress
Boots: 1 dosen fine Linen Towels; X doxen Rogers'
best Silver Uessett Forks; 1 Ladies' lame real Mo
rocco Traveling Bag: 1 fancy Dress Pattern,
dosen elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Kings,
1 dosen Ladies' fine Merino or Cotton Stockings;
Gents' heavy chased solid Gold King; 1 pair La
dies' high cut Balmoral Boots 1 e'.egant Delaine
Dress Pattern; 1 Violin and Bow, in hex complete;
1 set Jewelry, pin, ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
' Fob a Clitb or So and Fiva Dollars 1 black
or colored A Ipaoca Dress pattern; 1 set Laoe Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; Engraved Silver
f-lat.d 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ing Desk; 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yards Very
fine Cassimere. for Pant and Vest; I set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver plated Forks: 1
elegant Satin Paras il, heavily beaded and lined
with silk; 1 pair Gents' Calf Boo s; 30 yards good
Print; 30 yards good brown or bleached Sheeting.
Jard wide or 40 yards H yards wide, good quality; 1
,adies' elegant Aloroeco Traveling Bag: 1 square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain Norwich Poplin Dress Pat
tern, yards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot: 3
yards double width water proof oloth for Cloaking'
FobaLldbop lot) and Ten Dollars-1 rioh
"Merino or Thibet Dress Pattern; 1 pair fine Dam
ask Table Cloths' and -apkins to match; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved loe Pitcher; very fin all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best quality brown or
bleached Sheeting; IX yards fine Cassimere for
suit, 1 e'egant Poplia Dress Pattern; 1 elegant
English Berage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Borage Shawl; 1 set ivory balanoed handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-case
Watch; 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing Machine;
(Splendid Family Bible, steel engravings, with rec
ord and photograph pages; ii yards good Hemp
CarpetiDg. good colors; 1 pair good Marseilles Quilti
1 good 6 barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 single barrel Shot Gun; 1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Castor, out glass bot
tles: 1 verv fine V iolin and 3ow. in case; 1 set ivorv
balanoed Knives and Forks.
' Presents for larger Clubs increase ithesam
ratio.
: Bend Money by Registered Letter, r - i
J- Send for our new Fall Circular.
W Catalogue of Goods sent toany address PEES.
. PABKER A CO , -
It os 98 and 100 Summer street, Boston. ,
PB sepS-wl-w
Administratri.s's Sale of
Real Estate.
I !f PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THF
Probato Court of Franklin county, Ohio. 1
will offer fur sale, at public auctioa, on . ,
Wrdnesdn, the 83d day of Ue
cesbr,A. . 18lg,
at 10 o'clock, forenoon, upon the premises, the fol
lowing desoribed real estate, situate in tne city of
Columbus, oounty of Franklin and State of Ohio,
to-wit:
Being the north half (N K) of fraction No. S and
lot -lo. 4, commenoirtg 31& feet from the southwest
eornerof fraction number three and lot No. 4 in
South Columbus, and from thence north T8degrees.
east 187 feet to an alley; thence with the west
line of said alley north 12 degrees, west 81 a feet;
thence a westerly direction and parallel with the
first line 1MK feet to the east line of Front street;
thence a southerly direction and with the east line
of r. nt street 311 feet to the place of beginning,
being the north hah of said lot No. 4 in said frac
tion No. S
. Appraised at 1,300.
Terms of Sale One-half cash in hand, and the
other ope-half in one yrar from the day of sale
wit:i interest, the deferred payment to be secured
by mortgage upon the premises soli.
CATHARINE E. SILBERNAGLE. ..
Administratrix of Adam SUbernasie, dee'd.
Wm. L. Hetl. her Att'y. nov2t-dltw4w
Sheriffs Sale.
John P. Trabu et al
et al. i
i et al.
Conrtof Common Pies of
Franklin oounty, O.
In Partition.
vs
Alex H. Trabue
IN PftKHtlANVB OF AN OBDER OF
. sale in the above stated ease from said court
to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at the door oi
the court house, in the city of Columbus, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 26ch day of December, A.
- !- D.1868, .... ,i. ;
at 1 o'clock P. M.. the following described real estate-
to-wit: the same being situate in Franklin
township, county of Franklin and State of Ohio,
and bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a stake on the margin of the Scioto
river, being the southeast corner of tbe Trabut
survey No. &30; running thence on tbe south line
of said survey south 64 degrees. 30 minutes: weitt
4T 0-100 poles to a stake; thenee north 40 degrees,
25 minutes; west 14 80-100 poles to a stake; thence
north 64 degrees, 30 minnteri, east 40 4-100 poles t
a stake in the margin of the river: thence down
the river with the meanders thereof south IS de
grees, east 11 pules and 00-100, south 36 degrees,
5 minntes. east 00 61-100 poles to the beginning.
containing-0 acres, 1 rood and 38 poles.
' 'i'erms One-third easb in hand on day of sale,
one-third in one year aod one-third in two years
from da- of sale, back payments secured by mort
gage on tbe premises sold.
Apprauedar JIS.000.
Printer's fees 13 7S
GEORGE H. EARHART, Sheriff.
By J. 8. Bull, Deputy.
' DkbselA Mato. Att'ys. nov-5-dHwtd
Sherift's Sale. '
Isadore Frey ) Court of Common
vs Pleas of Franklin
Christopher Rneewater et al.) county -
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP SALE
in the above stated ease from said oourt to me
directed, I will offer for sale at publie auction al
the door of the oourt house, in the city of Colum
bus, on
Saturday, the 19th dav of December, A. D.
. . , ; . 1863,. j.
at -o'clock P. M the f Mowing described proper
ty. to-wit: situate in tbe county of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to-wit:
l,nt No. six 16) of Jobn Short's subdivision of lot
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to the city of
Oolumous, omo, sail premise conveyed to said
Cbris opber Kneewater by .lobn G. McGuSay and
wire, o.v deed da'en jnarca svtn, A. u. 1-67,
Appraised at S40.
- Printer's fees til t'O
GEO H. EARHART, Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J. G McGcpet, Att'y. "
' aovl7-wtdAdlt i:ii-
-3k. COMPLETE . !
RilllOl
MISCELLANEOUS. Legal Notice.
ASA CIIOMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Cromer did. on the -d day of Novem
ber, 1868. file her petition in tbe office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the
oounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, charging
tbe said Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for wore than five years last past, aod
asking that she may be divoreed from said t sa
Cromer, andtbat she be allowed reasonable alimo
ni.wLieh petition will stand for hearing at the
Dated November 4th, 1868. '
,, m . . SODSAN CROMER.
By W. A. Purtlebauoh. her Att'y. nev3-8w
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
I WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
ER!', in the eit of Columbus, a farm of 160
acred of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pa, the difference, il
any. in cash. Toe land is sitnate at the corner of
cross roads, has house oa it and twenty or thirtj
acres cleared. It is very rich bind, and well tim
bered with walnut. a.h, sugar-tree and spies buscb
A good bargain will be given.
. r-.W- ANDREWS.
' Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
maiS-wly
DR. H. C. HELMICK
GIVES SPECIAt. ATTENTION TO
tbe treatment of diseases of b'emales. There
are many ladies in every community who arc afflict
ed with what is tern.ed female weakness. Dr.
Helmick has discovered a remedy that is warrant
ed to cure tbe most severe cases, no matter how
long standing. Ladies can consult the Doctor at
his office or by mail, on all diseases peculiar to theii
sex. The strictest privacy observed in all cases
Office No. US North High street. Coluinbut. Ohio
. ju2-wly ...
FOR 1 HE HOLIDAV How to invest a
Dollar profitably. Send 25 cents for a certifi
cate in Packard A Co.' Grand Ho iday Distribu
tion, consisting of Pianos, Melodens, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelry, do , valued at 75o.0OO.
Every article to be disposed of on the popular One
Dollar plan, and not tp be paid for nntil you know
what jou are to receive. Certificates andoirculars
sent on receipt of -5 cents pr five for II.
PACKARD A CO., 68 West Fourth street.
CC-nov2l-w4w Cincinnati, O.
COUNT BOtMD SCHOOL KXAttll.
NEKS' MKETINGS.-The Beard of Sohool
Examinersof Franklin oounty u-eet at the Probate
Court Room on the last hrids.r snd Saturdaro
each month in the year. Also. n lie second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring ana lall months;
aprlO-wtf .
; ."'Tirnrrs.'tTJ'TT a iwTsTt-rraT.nM
;c:;.o--!:
fg . '
1. '
1
e.V
4
OHIO SAW . WORKS.
Patent Oreund Olrenlar Da wsr
MILL & CROSS" CUT SAWS.
HA1TD AND KIT SAWS. '
RAIBINrf1'CAREPtrLLT ANo' rOKfifLT DONE.
.,' i! WOODKOCUH 4c ItlcPAHI-IN," I:
' r.....l ' ' Haieilten. Ohio, and j.,;, -.
raCtOrlCS t I 030 s 0,0 Weal lh St.. Cincinnati O
Warebnnae. lt A 14 WeKt -d street, Cincinnati. 6.
BijHit nuo. rifivj j.ii. .,1 j .rc ep-w3ia
THE PLACE TO BUY
LAMP: GOODS, v
Kerosene Chandelie-s. ' '' c' '
Bracket. Hall and Table Lamps.
- 1 ... . I-mterns for Oil or f landlefl.
The newest arid best kind' of Burners. Chimneys.
w icks, oy antaiag in toe Liamp line, lor llgntiog
unurcnes,xiaiis or iiwe nngs.is at ,,. .,
MoHKNRY A CO.'S Depot.
Ho. 8 East Fourth and 103 Main street. '
. v .,. . t , , .. ( ; . , Cincinnati,
CAS FIXTURES.
Gas Chandeliers,
, Hall Lights. ' . . . ...
Bracket Lights,' '
Portable Light.
Ce ling and
Window Reflector Light,
Shades, Globes.
. . Smoke Bells,
-ranymin in tne uas rix'ure line, is at
AlcHENKy A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Wronght-iron Pip (Plafn'or Galvanized),
'I-. - Cst-iron Soil Pipe. 1 . . .'ii'l
, Stone and Cement Drain Pipe.
1,1 Malleable and !ast-iron Fittings,
1 .'. ;. ..: 1 -., . Sleam Valves, Stop Cooks.
. .Gas. Service, aud
.;!. - -i l-r. tl.tert;,eka.Aa.. An '
or anytning in tne ripe or t it ting line, is at
jiicncnrti a uu. B lienor,
' Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 llaiu street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern aod Well Pumps,
liift and force rumps. 1 -
. . Beer Pumps, (iarden Pumps, Ac, -
Bath Tabs, Closets.
. . . W ash-f tends. Wash Trays,
Bath Boilers. Sinks.
Ac, Ae. ' Everything ia tbe above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at -
auubiini c tj. u Ao-ia.
- 1 -'. 1 1 ) t. .
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
- Screw-cutting Machines, Stocks and Dies. I 'villa
Ream.rfl and Tap.. Patent PiD. Cutters. Pat
ent and Ordinary Pip Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Plyers, Gas Fitters' Au
gers. Chisels, Ac, Ac. Everything in tbe above
tine alwas on band aod lor tale at tne manuiaotur
er's trade rates, at
McHENBY & CO.'S,
. 8 East Fourth "4k" 108 main Street,
' 0 CTi-sep30-wSm - ' C1XC1BITATI.
M0NEYSAVE0.
' We are constantly pnrenasing for cash in th New
Vork and Boston Markets, all kinds ot
DRV AND FANCY GOODS. SILKS. COTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW- -,
. ISO MACHINES. CUTLERY, DRESS
GOODS, DOMESTIC GOODS.
. t a.. Ac - , - - ,
Which we are actually selling at an aver'ge price
of One Dollar for Uacb Article. Our
sales being strictly for easb, and our trade much
larnr than that of anv i,tber similar concern, en
ables us to give better bargains than can be obtain
ed of any otner bouse. -
1.HE LADIES ,
Are especially invited to give us a trial
Sknd fob a Circular and Exchange List.
Our club system of fe ling is a follows: For $2
send 20 patent pen fountains and checks describing
20 different articles to te sold for a dollar each: 40
for 4: 60 tor 16; 11)0 for $10. Ac Pent by mail.
0ms on larger than thou of ere by any oLter
firm, according to sise ol club. Single lountain
and cheok.10 cents. Male and female agents want
ed. eaa money In Mefciatered etterev
Send us a trial club, and oa will acknowledge
that you eannot afford to buy goods of any other
house therealter.
EASTMAN A KEtDAI L.
65 Hanover street. Boston, Alas.
. DB-iU--W6m , :.. . . -i
HOW TO ECOHQMISF.
FOR ONE DOLLAR
Ton Can Buy Every Deecrlptlon of
.; DRY AND FANCY GOODS.!
SILVER-PLATED WARE. &c.
SEN rOKCIKCGLt K,GIVIG FELL
particulars, or send ONE DOLLAR and receive
ten checks describing ten different articles, whiob
we will sell fi r OlB Dollak each, and AS A CoH
Higsi'iN to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300,
for 3 30 checks and 20 yr?s. Sheetine,
For $5, '50 cht?cks and 30 jds. Sheeting,
Cor $10, 1DU checks and 05 yds. Sheeting,
or other articles equally valuable.
should the articles named on tire Cheeks not be
desired, a selection can- be made from our Ex
change List, which is greater than that of any
otaer nousc; and as our gojds are acknowledged to
be superior to any other concern, we know th&taf ter
patronizing us once, you will continue to do so.
Male and female agents wanted everywhere.
DOA'T t Alb lO &1J.IMJ Ort WKUULAK.
' Address,
LABONTE A BABBITT.
83 Suibury St., Boston. Mas,
nov9-w4t-DB-r . .
FOR ONE
XL
DOLLAR
' . Licensed by the United State Authorities. -
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS, WO 'LNS,
COTTONS, CARFE1IGS. BOOTS and
' SHOES. SlLVr.R PLATED WAR .
WATCHES, SEWING MACHINES.
,. ... CUTLEBY.Ao-.&e.,, -. ,
To be sold at the average rrioo of tl.OO Each
Our commissions for clubs exceed those of other
establishments, and our g wdsare warrantel to give
satisfaction.. Clubs ot Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from S3 ta 100. New C'i'cu ar
and full particulars sent free le. U l.til.
i4N 4k u,i 40 ituuover St , Ro.ton,
iraaaa. . . novu-nJm-rB-r
Window Glass Warehouse.
BENJAMIN :,H. SEOEMAKEE,
I'Voa. SOS, 207, 309 fc 211 N. -AlU St.,
" PHILADELPHIA. "J"'jr'
. . IMrOKTEKOP. ;j t-
French and English Window Glass.
French Plate G,a43 for Window.
Frenon Looking Glass Plates.
Hammered Plate Glass for Skylights, .
" Floors. '" - :
Colored and Ornamental Chu ch Glass.
Flute 1 G ass for Conservatories, every sise and
micaness. .
By the Original Case, Box, or Single Light.
Square or cut to atiy Irregular Shape. -nov21-w3m-CP
A NEW PRICE LIST
,r 1 .. Is issued this month by the , ..
MASON & -HAHLIS'OKGAiY' CO.,
and will be sent, post paid, to every applicant, eoa
tainine anDouncemenU-of
NEW STYLES OF ORGANS,
hew nvpniw-ts,
' ',' AND "' "
nEDTJOED JfltlOES.
Fonr-Ontave Organ. Solid Walnut Case. 50.
Five-Octave I'ouble Reed Organ. Five xtops.
Solid Walnut Cse. carved and panellei.
OthAr at.vlea at orooortionate or:Ces. Warerootns.
IS4 Tremont street, Boston; Broadway. New
York. novi-4t-r NT
Dts. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
BTJCKETB BIjOOK,
RF.GARDINe Tilt; TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordiallv invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 Eaat llioad street. .
t Vour intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender anl the properly qualified Dcn-
"'rtifioial teeth made by us are worn with com-)-.
and serve tbepurpoies ot speech, mastication
- ioeauty. As Dentists we aim to.be the bMt and
lis all that's good
Teeth extracted without pain. j7-w6m
WesTern Reserve Bank,)
Waeren, Ohio. August 19. iai. (
N
0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders nf the outstanding notes of tbe late
Western Reserve Bank, aud to all other parties in-
tereited. that after the expiration of fix month
from this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of Stale, to surren
der tj said Bank tbe stocks deposited to secure tbe
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-nf'.bi45) section of anaol emit ed
"An act to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
end other Banking Companies," passed February
24. 1846.
u. o. xr.no.AAi3, rfesiaent.
M. B. Tatler, Cashier.
August 19, 18tJ.Caja I :aug28-wm
f
MISCELLANEOUS. Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
MISCELLANEOUS. Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION. NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
i. -i'iu ..) ,.j v.yur?t.T.r
1 !) iii.l'KuHi n '!) biixiU tatt 3ki:i 1
1
BALTIMORE & OHIO. RAILROAD.
Thveel Trtalaa IeeiveCliinilna rrrnlnai
, .fepot), AiaAla-.aadafs .xveate. ;
V '3:tS A . ' M? "NaGHT EXPRESS, arriving i t
..UMjnrin. H ..id A al.; oeiisir. at IU3U A . m .
0 Haiuutore at 66 A,, il,; W anhington City, at 8:40
A. M. '
i''n::ti'i i f . ii i-."i 'i.'j 1.; .-.; nt i
, . lltlO A. M-LIOHTNING EXPRESS- rriviai
1 at Zanesville at 1:47 Y. II Bellaire at 5:10 P. M ;
. Baltimore at 1100 A. AL; .Waihington City at li-U
i-l M' ; i,i 1 iiUv !! '.in .-iif in: :jc tii j
:i5 P.' M.EXPRKSS HAIL, arriving at Zaner.
- Title at 4:5S P. 11.; Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.i Baltimore
' at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 530 P. 11.
n, on;,:' .'."ipini .!. . -.A '.j 1 i.i '
1.1 Close connections made at Baltimore 'and! Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Tork.
. Passenger boiling through tickets to Eastern
eltie have the privilege of ' ', " '
Ytfeiliiag WasUngton.'' City Frei.
i!n" :i . t.'t,. 3 ,:..! ;-.i- -it,. ';
i.i:t "'
I :!; i-fl 1
No Change of Cars atphio Riyer
SLEEPING CARS OS" : ALL NTGHT
' - ' TRAINS. " "
Aak 4r TICKETS via IIELKaAIKE
JNO L. WILSON.- Master of Transportatica.
is ,, L. M.COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenaer Agt.
MEDICAL.
DRUNKENNESS
CCREIfWITHI
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
rrHE ONLY INFALLIBLE BG1IP.DT,
A Can be given with or without the knowledge
01 tne patient, it jonnston s Treatise on Drunk,
annaia. its Conaeaneneea and Cure." free on an
plication. Price of Specifio per bottle, (1 50, cr
uiree ootues ior ee.w. ... . -
Attar j J.-; tec aim ell er, -
Sols Proprietor and Manufacturer, v'olnmbus, O
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. , .. ,
seplf-dtAsftwly
A ry r n r r -v tinr"
il 1 : M:rcnr.t I tunc '
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Act
dity of the Stomach,r Loss of Appetite,
- Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, , and all
diseases ariring from a disordered atate
of the Stomach, Liver or Intestines, t
" Prepared by Seward & . Bbntlet,
Druggists, Bufialo, N. Y. Sold by. all
.druggist,, ; , ,, ; !
. S. t. SAMUEL A Co., Wholesale Agents :- :
SBB-ap4-i)eoSAtwly
The Great IedlIne Tor trie Skla. cure
without rn.ll. every atlnd of nn
alglitly ernptlon aT the rare, '
;:.x.:;r itchlav, lrritatlna, as ; . . .
.. dlatreaalng; cataaeoas ,,
' ctiaeaae on any part
oV the penea.
, . It hn nmrtu mlirtmi ma-of thni mnrliffftng frap--fipM,
and I nm nmo lonktHl iikt nuia," writes .
i t'htirlert B. Nntite, fioneml Agent of Jillch. Central'
B. It., 173 Broadway, N. Y. , , , ,
H find it an invaluable remedy far Teller, ele..n
. - write Higley Itroa Drugaista, Fulriield, Iowa. -
I haoe tried tfottr ralnnhle remedy 'far Bttrhert
' Itch with grr.it vf," writes C. AV. l)uiuout, of
LeomiustiT, Muss. .. a ...
Send Tor circular. Price, 73 cts. and $1.00.
Prepared only by SOLON PALM EE, ." - f,
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O-'
. " For sale by Druggists generally. ' " ',l '
epttl deodiwly ; , '-.-
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH.
-mvr.nv mam ins own phIsivian
XI. Holloway' Pills and Holloway's Ointment.
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver and Bowels The
Stomach is the great center which influences the
health or riipeaseof the system abused or debili
tated by excess indigestion, offcn3ive breith and
pliynical prostration are the natural eonsequeneea.
. Allied to the brain, it is the source of headaches,
mental depression, nervous complaints aoo unrr
Ireshin sleep. The Liver become affected and
generates bilious disorders, pains in the tide. Ac
T e Bowels sympathise by Costivenoss, Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. Toe principal action of these Pills
is on tbe stomach, and toe liver, tungs. ooweia 1 ana
kidne- s participate in tbeir recuperative and re-AAnArar.iB-A
AMratidn. Rri-sinelaa and Salt Rheum
a-e two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on t"is continent, lo these the Oint
ment is especially antagonistic. Its moaus oner
and!" la first, in radieare tbe venom and then com
plete the cure. Bad Legs. Old Sores and Ulcer,
ca-es of many years' standing, that have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
treatment have invariably succumoea to a tew ap
plications of this powerful unsuent. Eruptions on
tbe Skin, arising from a bad state of the blood or
enrome diseases, are eradicated, ana a clear ana
tr.n.narant anrfane regained by the restorative ac
tion of this Ointment.' It suroaasea many of tbe
cosmetics and other toilet aprliances in power
to dispel rashes and .other d-sfiguremenrs of the
I BC. C OHllU. VUUIJIDIIllo, nudku A au .ua juuumvi
old, married o-single, at tne aawn 01 womanoooa
or the torn ef life, these tonic medicine' display
decided an influence that a marked improvement!
soon perceptible in the health ot the patient. -
in? a purely vegetable prenatation, they are a safe
and reliable remedy for all clasBes of Femalea ia
everv condition of health and station ot life. Filer
and Fistula Every form and feature of these prev
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated loeall
and entirely by the use of tbis emolient; warm fo
mentations should precede its application. Its
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable. . . . ,
Both the Ointment and Pi la should be ased
the followine cases: .
Bunions, Burns, Chapped hands. Chilblains, f is
tula. Gout. Lumbago. .Mercurial Eruptions, file.:
Rheumatism, Ri, gworm. Salt Kheum. I hcjld. i
Skin Diseases. Swelled Glands. Sore Legs, Sots
Breasu, Sore Heads, Sore Throaty .Sore of all
kinds. Sprains, Stiff Joints. Tetter. Ulcer. Ve
nereal Sorea. Wounds of all kinds.
CAUTION 1 one arc genuine unless the words
"llOLLOWAv, New ) okk .afb London "are dis
cernable as a W.iter-marJe in every leat of tbe book
of directions around eaoh pot or box; the same may
1 v.. iiJdina the leaf to the liaht. A
handsome reward will be given to any on render
ing such information as may lead to the detection
of any partr or parties counterfeiting tbe medi
cines or vending 1 tie same, knowing them to be spu
rious. .
sar fold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway. 0 tiaiden Lane, New York, and by all re
speotahle . Druriists and Dealers ia Medicine
throughout t; e civilised world.
There is considerable saving by taking the
larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of patients in
every disorder are affixed to each pot and box. .
jylS-wly
Ata- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nw
Cot RSK op LEcrrRKS, as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the 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
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage p, ilosoph
icallr considered, Ac.
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, by addressing SSCRKTAKY, New
Yosk Vcskcm op Anatomy and Science, eig
B bo ad wax Npw Yoke. THY-febS8-dly
BALTIMORE & OHIO. RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
.1--ia. ,,..ti -,.
.a .a
j
" .... -H
The ghorte8t Ront"Wrt No Change of Car to
-' 1 5 Chicago; Keolial-rl ladlauapUis. 1
.'il'i'i ,- -,'i.al -u.a tc,,t
FOOR.TRAINSi DAILY leave LTnion Depot, Co
lumbus.,onnd after Nov.22. .J868. a
"" "Tfollow: -'Vi.--.. . iu
8nfi ' A- Mi TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
UU ' PESS '(Snndars excepted Arrive
at Mil ford :1T a m. tlTbaaaMtloa m, BelJefoaUipo
1:05 pm, Sandusky 6:00 pm.Piqua 11:15 a m. To
tedo 6 -S p m. Detroit 10:40 pa.
This train is run expressly for 'Toledo! and D
troitbosintak, arriving at both, slaecs S.lioar
Skbead of any other route. .r. T..iJ
V't' fs t MAICTaND PEORIA EXPRESS
(Jtnndays excepted). Arrives at Beadtord
J uneuoa 40 p m. Kiehmoad 6:0S p m Iudiaoapo
MaSSO p m. Loganyport 100 p m. fjhicsgi 8 00 a m.
Peoria 35a m. ba eshnrg 9flo a m. Burlinrton
Iowa. 116 a m. kaokuk U3a, Q5Bo. UU,
Louisville a m. lerre Haute 117 am. Matteen
S3 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pang 4.-W a m, Alton 4e
m. St Louis 9:15 a m, Lafayette 12:00 mid. Sorinar
field,Ill.7:i0am. .TOa-
-: Passenger b this train reach St. Lonix th next
morning K hears ahead end for point west
ef St. Louis and . Keokuk on train iar advaaea of
all other route. r.
5.K A P. M. CHICAGO ANO 8T. LOUTS EX
.fJVT PRES8 (Saa excepted). Arrive at
Piqua MA p m, Toledo 6:30 a m. Detroit 6:1 a m.
Bradford Junction 9:30 p m. Loransport 'lOa m,
Chicago 8K0 a m.lndiaaapol is fc36a m, Terra Haute
ouu a m. siatiooo :id a m. raoa a m, Alton
3-; 00 p m, St. Louis 4;00 p m. Lafarette T:45 a ra.
Springfield. Ills., 445 p-wrr Quincy UMpa, Keo
kuk 10 a as. LouisviU J.-0 a m. Nashville 0 p
m, Memphis 100 a m. - ., ' .
H" Sleeping ears run In this train from Colohi
bus to Chicago and St. Louis withoutcbange. This
isdeoidedlr the best train from Cnlrmbna to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Loo is and- Louisville 9
baura attend, and make direct conntetiooa for
all point West and South one train in advance of
aoy other route. v - f. w i w ;n
19. IA A. M. NIGHT-EXPRESS. Daily via
kJJm'tXJ- Indianannlia lllnnd.v, .,..lv a
Loeaosport. Arrives at Bradford Jnnittnn s-ia a,
m. Logansport WO a m, Chicago r26 p m; Peoria
v m, annul p m, inaiananolis 8S0 a m.
Terre Haute 13:15 n m.Evanrrill.
3:16 pm, Cairo 4:15 a m. Pa a a 5:00 p m. Alton 90 d
M Ijt.,i.lh,ll . 1 . r . . .
TV v 1' P WX. lAOaiS-
vHe 50 p m, Nashville 50 a m. Memphis 4:15 p m.
a uKUK-n uj ama trmin arrive tne aaase nay at
St. Louis 3! hour, ami Chioaan G h,im . V, .1 .f
any other route. '
STATE BOOJI SLEEPne CARS
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis-.
" Call for Ticket via Lcgansport or Indian
apolis. .. jttfT ,. ,
e Tickets for sale at Dawn and Piqua-Depot
Columbus, and at alLffjncipal Railroad Ticket
Offices.
f. l-HAHIILEB. Genn Tleke A rent.
J-sULUNT. General
Great Northern and Eastern Route,
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
,
Five Traiioa
ally.
1.1
. V - u u EXCEPT SUNDAY.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains !n th
L.Ittle Ifllaml fc Colambas A XeMasi
Railroad.'' ' n. r 1
' rTIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colanibaa at 1:I
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingten. Uilead.
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, ShilohTNew London.
Wellin. ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Ciever
land at6S A.M., New York 704. M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. li ' '
NO. I- ACCOMMODATION Leave Cotuaibu
at 50 A. M. Will stop t all way station. This
train starts from the Freight Yard. - . .V. .;
niw 1 ukb . c-AfKASh Leave Uo'umbns at
11:10 A. It -. W iU stop at Delaware. Ably,Carding
ton. Gallon, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. - Arrive at Cleveland
at 3e P. M..New York next day atS:30 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at 1
P. M. Will atop at Worthington, Lewis Center,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Welrinrton, Grafton and Berea. - Ar
rive at Cleveland at 80 P. M., New York T:i5 P.H.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ine this train, will get sleeping car at Crestline at
6:00 P M arrive in feet-Wayne at 110 P. M
Ch eago at 60 A- il.. being in advance of- all oth
er rout's, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest trai a for the West . '
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 30 9 M.' Will
top at all stations between Columbus a id. Spring,
field, arrivina at Delaware at 3::t5 P. M., Sprinatield
P30 P. M. ' This train leave Springfield at a Aj
arrives at Delaware at X A. X; CotaiiiboAV
10:40 A.M. '
..- -i- r - ' . i -..-'j"--i
Patent SleepImK Cars are raa mb all
1 i tit 'l'ra - Cblcaso, '
to Mew York and 1 ,vi:l!
Boston. ,
:A. 1 it-
4r" Baggage checked through to New Tort and
Boston, via Cleveland : flas, tt Philadelphia and.
New York, via Crestline.
' RETURNING s M ti'tio-n .
. Nieht Exprea arrive at Columbus at 1:45 A. Mfc
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus all:
P.M. a;.
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at 9tS P.M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus
at 10:40 A.M.
Fare as Low as kw aay Other Haatea
. : Ask for Ticket via Crestline or Cleveland. , ;,
. K ,; .., 1 E. 8. FLINT. . ,
Btaperintendent. Cleveland, Ohio."
' it J-..- 1. : .. JAMES PATTERSON.' : . I
- , Agent, Col umb s.Ohio..
Columbus, Nov 28, l88. . - ' , -
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Nov. 3d. lfiesv FOCl
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Colninbn " ' ' "
,.; ;J DIABAFOLIS 4 CHICAGO.
Witboa tchange ef cant DAYTON and RICH
-MOND, andonly on change of ears to IN . ,r
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO, ' T' f
-., I. , ' - ,
Connection are reliable as follow .
.M-iii - : ,.(. . - : Wl-f
; .. .flRST, TRAIN Daily). 4..,
Leave at 2 A. M. for (Snohrneti. CiroLeTil)rl
Lancaster, Hillxboro and Chillieothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow , and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at t-fD a- m. , . 1 : . . i " ..;.) ..
u. SECOND TRACT. ttt
' :'''-':1 fDarty except Sunday
Leaves at 6-OO'A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Kiohmocd. ladianspolis aod Ch icago. and stops at
' West Jeffer? on, London. South Charleston. SJlma.
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow
South .Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan, Uilford. ar
riving at Cincinnati at lfc3G A. M. eonaecting
: with the MailBoats. .,..). j.i i-,;. ,n
:-. : , ..THIliDiTllAIIf.t.v.iI .U:il-.
7 . (Daily except BuadaeJ : i:..' rt
lieaves at IMS P. M for Cineianati, Daytoa aod
Sprir gfield. via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:30 P. M. . ,
"''" F0TRTH TBAIN".
.) . .i '(Dail except Sundays.)
Ijeaves at 6 P. JI.' for Cincinnati,' Dayton and
Springlieid via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jelferson, London, South Charleston, .Selroat
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Levelaad, and ar-
, riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. Jt. j .-t.sj
Slecplngr Cars a all NlfBt' Trains.
' -. '. - . HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent. ,
' -'' '" W. H. H. SHIN N, Agent. .
JOHN DCRANDi ' 1 ' " : "
WVBNlhiAnnati.
- GenT Ticket Agt.J . ' ' '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
, PAN BAN OLE ROUTE, ,
', m .nil attar Jan. 40th. 'lntfi t-. 111- 1 1
follows:, ... ,,.., ; ..... ....
Leave. N. Y. Express. Mail 'Fast Line
Columbus.... -.30 A. M. -:15 P.M.rl;itS A. M'
Newark. 3:25A.M. 8S0P.il. ,13:35P.M.
Steubenville...S:0V A.M." H0 P. M. 5:151. Ml
Arrive at -. 1 - 1 :. ,.
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 19-00 M. 7-05 P M
Harrisbirg.... B$a P. M . 12:20 P. M., 1 60 A. Ml
Philadelphia.. 13S a. M. 4S0 P. M. tab A. Mt
New York.. 6A. M.: t-MP. M.: 11:5 A M
Baltimore 6H5 A. M. , 610 P. M. la 30 v i'
Washifcgton..: 90 A. M. ' 00 P. 11. ' ' 48 P M
Boston..-.. -a.. 80 P.M. i' , la.-oor'.M
t E'egant sta'e room sleeping cars on alt night trains
On the test Line the celebrated "Silver Palace'
day and night cars are run through from Columba
to Philadelphia and New 1 ork without change
-AW Passengers by the 1:00 A . M .1 Sunday train
arrive in New YorkatS o'olock Monday morning
an advantage never before offered .
r 'r .f?iTicll't.A Steube1.ville.Lb.
: W. W. CARD, Superintendent, steubenvilla. O
i- - n i . ?-B- BROOKS.
JOHN B. PETERs3ACgeBtCumoAv,1 ' j
junelo-dly-ja30 ...
;
PASSAGE TO ASD FBOJI . GREAT
BritjAin mnA Ir.l.nJ V- U. a. a
t, vz;iz y.z -.rt.,: na sa 1.
'V . . A'muu. uj O IBS IT) 8 nil) ftl
r . to issue rassage Ticketi. available
for twelve month,, from .ondon. Liierpoof i?
Queenstown,and Draft, pa . ble en demaW.V
any amount, from ardo wa-Aj. a l4W
BAILEY 1H0MP ' 0 . Act.
ncUl-wly-HNT a, -L XmbB1

xml | txt