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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
-i-MI Hlvl diiuu i-vaaaaa,:,.:, ;;i f liu lilin " I
fll thowlng the arrival and departure of infra atOeJ
"" -aaaao w 14 X-HU EBB, IU11U W I ..,
CleTelanl, CeUmbai Clntl B. K.
,H ew Sor Expraia.... . Jo; ..11:10 A Hrt, . 1 JO Hi M ,
Mail and apr-ae-,..,,-..-... 80 V. M.. MIlP.M,
JjDrinsneli. Ao.ea-uTia el.i :0 P. M. ln4 A. M.
Ivo. t Aacoremodation.. ..... 5:00 A. 1L,', jt.46 P. M.
b.fThls tsain bsaves Sunday ejernioc-ni-t Monday.
JAMES PATTERSON Azaat,
Little niaal 4t CeljLDa Xenia tf..t.
-V a,al-a.fT. it .n!UilH..iMllTR.
NigBt Express., .. S.-00.. M,.. 1:00 AvMj
unoiiMii awwnwiiiw. aa a, m,'- : i . m.
nnH..;...l...M. 1: P.M."1):00A.M.
taprM.-UtV""'-'-"-''-- : P. '1:00 P. M
aUat) Ballraaal, Central
Ohio DiTleion.
lightnine Kxprw..;...;:il-.10 A. M.!") :M P. M
aH-iUU..,.,i J P. Mm UtfO P. M.
--.i t int .. ,A,.), toMHB, 4.J-6BI, .
lMitaiv OMcai and liilua Cea
a ,VBl if
V. 't , . I -..,(. ,LBAVB.-vl., AHRIVB. !
l-gntxpto5.;.v,....-i40A, M. ; 0 A. M. I
Toted E-rpresl.J.J..'..:.. ftoo A.-fi; M.
wimKiIw....ul t. M.J WF. M.
Day ipnai.M,..M ,,vlU8T. A- 1U
.-E- ! !( ,;,.;i,Q.A-aiia,;As:ent4.
aTadaakr fBsuaeflal Wwr. JB.CU
rfaauiaieav Neiturteaderriv.a. follow-.' -t n
I.I - J - ;l. ... LVaV. 1MIT1.
Mail and- Etptws.... J.V...-...W.M A.M. - J.35 P.M.; :
UwukiluKMi 1.45 P.M. i CaS A.M. ;
A. W..DBiiNis.Agera. L.
IftBrB-lao-rCtecliiaatA i-oV savi Jjoala
lr ToT ErprB.-".. S5 A. M. 12:00 Mid't
Lightning Expraa...T....ltrJO A- M. 6:45 P. M.'-
Mail ana Expresa a .'. 1S P M. 14 P. M.
VaaUoa.Aeommidationl6MAlI. 0:40 P; M.
New York Express ran daily. All other train
raa Cir. Saada.' -
3 Paaajjaa,; Anoommodatiqn .(tart from, f night
I'yea 1- jg.'gr Agent! 4.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
.0 ,Q -J-U laslIBTK. t OLMII.
altera Throart Mailt, 4. k. r. k. a. w. r
Tia SteobenTjlle ;ad . . ..
KiMrxli.:-.....:.-..Jli9 KJ M:0'
Sutera Waj Mail. C. C. if
A M, R-b J. A..v,..,-v.tV'-JSfl-5i..ii.,JS
w V ri TXT K
v-Vit1
rtilfacn. Mi PL A I. . i VI .
Little Miami B.IU. Thro' ( "" 'Wfla
LTttU'Mianfl R.R iWar.' I."1?5 i':S i
',5:30
V O. K. R.. Newark. ..n-:-.
V. vt. fi vvaT Aaaw i ,.1..,
Cireleville. ChiUieoth dl ? ; -k n"1' u iniL
PoTxnout . .v . : i ! 7 30
aoeater, Ohio....,...., , .... , .8:00 :0
Batt n aj, National Road? 1J0 .- U.-i6
Mt. Taraga WaT.WaaUrJ t -t x !.U-'
worth ;olttinbniaiKlvunr"r; '
on Tills:....... .;.T...,rfcS0
140
lfaiihingtonv;.ti..Tialiar- .
riaburc. tri-weekly - !Vtj. ;;::'. Ovi
arrirea Hondan Wed- . , a4a
BaedarL Fridaw. and ,", , J ...T
leaTea ?aeBdaya.Thar- , r ' ,
aT andatardi.;J.i ..' iCA ii .iO.H
Centre V lllage. (tn-wee-l
l7,)Taesda7,tBiuada7s Bl. . IMS
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
[Telegraph Markets Inside.]
Weekly Review of Columbus Market.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Dec. 8.
'ATPLES Salea at 93 7o4 50 per bar7"
reK'arid-Sl 25i 60 per busheL . l,.,
ByppSBludemand, at. 40c.;for. prlnaa"
TOBtt'6bM-i-ilnn ?aidf nnclianied.6 W.
note imall sales of common at $2 25(32 75;
medium at $3 00 3 50; and extra at 4 00.
Faridy are quoted at $5 00. i ,' '. .-
CHEESE Firm, witH arj .upward ten-,
denoYale8 of .Pairy at 17017VO, and,
OMo factory at 18iaiSB- , " ' . -
COFFEE Firui ' and Iri good demand..
Sales of common Bio at 2022o; medium
dc at 23ta25o, and prime to, choice, 25.
DEUGa ANP tDYIS Uncbanffed at
prices vuujecb wwio usuu fai..,vMi ,
the market. We.quotejL Alcohol," $2 15
per galloDLJUlum 3Ji4c Borax 35,38c;
Chloroform $1 ,70L 80 per lb; Cppera
22Jc; Gnra Campbof 1 251 35 per lt)
IndLio 1 351 65 per lb: Jlorphlaece-i
i8 25 60 per z4 Oil Cinnamon ..
'5 per oz Oil. ,Cod Liver; f I 802 25 -f.iin-
nil. otivp:ia.nofa4 37.npf irali:'.
ED8omalt8 446o; Saltpetre ScSulpher,'
t;(3Hrm, itnnTipward tenancy. ,.
We- qoote1 at ,230c,-per dozeo;-1 'J, ' . f
FlSH-Salea tf No. 1 MacKereKlialf Jiar-'-;;
rela, at 12 50; No. 2 do. H OOj Wbite nsh
new, at T 25,-.halt barrels ; Jibbed . Her- f.
ring at5?5; Labrador do. at .$7.4)0:. dried
do at BOcneviftJod Fish 8 to9i,; , , , t . u?
FEEB Sales oCBran at $15 pel" Junw
dred;S horto at $10 per hnnd-ed; kud Mid-,
dlinfes at2 Off pej hundred. ' . . ; ..r'
FIX)UK UnchangecLbut. firm, ; with "k
slight upward tendency. .S1ps of Spring
at $7 508 "flOjand whit At $8 509 00.
FPUIT AND NUTS The-1 drtnand for
forcHgnltrnft: 1 good. 1 Wo 'quote 'Layer'
Baj8iuslt$3 75 for old. And $4 50 for new;'
Currants 17c; Frames 18et Fl?9 2023?J C?t- ;
roniOi'; AltBotids S540e; Filberts 20eiFe-,'
cans 2022c; Brazil nuts 1820f ; Sardipes.:
quarteui' 25c; dranes $7 50j Lemons $7'.
7 60. .! "lM' i.': ;: '''
GBAI5? Wheat ateadv' at $1 301 W
for prwaef'Ted; Oats 4045q;' Bye. $1 15?
Cora 453 per bushel. ' "l'--3" '' '.-J-HAMS
AND BACdN The demand .
limited, owing to the progress of the kill
Ine season, and- quotattona- are nominal.
We give MessTork' at $28 DO, and. Dried,
Beef at2528e:-"-".1" lH.ip-.- JO.il
BdGS-'irtDi'with an upward tendency
sales at $7 00 gross. . . . T 'f'-
HAY In good supply.-'1 We wute sales'
of clean bright Timothy -from iwairona at'
$15 0016 00 per ten. Clover is quoted;
dull at $5 508 00. 'Straw; bright oats; is'
given at $8 O09 5perlon. -' '
fil(5HWlNE5r-Flrmer. now quote'
at 88c$l 00. . .. ' .,v'V'.V
EABD-DulI at l9Jig20c'. ' 'I
LEAD AND SHar Firm.'Wttrl aii up
ward tendency. Small sales or Drop Shot,
at $3 75; Buck $4 00; Bar Lead I3c.'
LUMBER The denmnrJlractiTe, and at
each of the Jfards a ' very desirable busi
ness Is repotted;.' We quote 'ttobimbnT
Pia beards at $22 50 :per Mlfeet; Box',
boardauronsrhfc at $40, and planed- do at
$43$ la-Pin;toards at $?65; Pine-joists '
at $24; dressed Fine flooring at $37 50,
dressed Oak and Ash do at $40; dreseed
Fine weatherboardinsrat-$25; lata at $4,
and shingteat$6 25 -60 per MjiMr
MOLASSiaANDSir&UF-T-Ar4a good I
demand atwelk maintained price&w..Wa'
note sales of Sugar House Syrup at 65p;
Good do at 85c$l OOrstra do at $1 10
1 15; Drijat-L 251J0: F B.Mo)aeses
at 8590e; and jnpwrog. NewOxIeana ,a
$1 00lt)5. " .-l,jrt2rz2i'.-
CUi-S oawa oi L&ra uu ai i.auisi. oo; ,
Linseed $1 001 02 and Fish OU at $1 10
115. .K-HWA v.f I t.rid
PTBOLECM Salea t-as30o.
POTATOES Dull and drooping at 80c
$1 00 pe bstieUs r?.- -.-:---
BICE Jn good demand at 10c for choice.
SAjLTDuil and in limited supply. We
quote Hocking and Zaoesville at $2 75 '
3 00; Casea Dairy $4 Barrels with sacks .
HtSEElS-9oVerv;i)one fit. market We
quote Flax at $2 25, and Timothy at $3 25 "
per bushel-i -j r -
SOAP Sales of commort at 910cj Ger
mau. a lli Erasive 11W12jc;. Ban-.
bett's I3ci ,Americau Castile 1 17c; Foreign
TARHnncnangedatSo.
SUGARS-rFlrm and in good demand at
11c for Molasses Sugars;1214e lor Cuba;
13W14?er Porto Rico; loje foryel--low
C; (biio for extra- white C; '16e for
white A; and 17c for hards. : -
T ALlb W-Uaehaned at 12i13c.
TEAS--Firm at 06c$l 25 for common;
1 501 70 for medium; $1 751901ornne
to chofc Young Byson; $1 652 00 lor Im-nerial-
$1 752 00 for Gunpowder; and
$1 251 65 for Oolong. ' ' ' ,
TnKACCC-We quote manufactured
dark lot JTand Navy K 6575c;
brirt& and ponnda-t 95c$t 8U; Six
twist at 40c: Smoking i at 2232c; and
cwlngVftnVent, at 65c$l '-'
WOODEN WAKE We give iKft l Tabs
at aiToO: Now 2 do at $11 50;, No. 3 do at ,
$10 fKl Churns .r$14 00; No. 2 do at
$ 3SNo. a do at $12 00; Washboards at.
$3 aaVtwo hoop PUs at $2 80; and three
do at $3 00.- . r. - - - ;'
WHISKY Sales of common at $1 00, (
Bourbon at $2 003 00, and Rye $3 00 ,
4 00 per gallon. v., ; .: :r -..
i ;
Cleveland Market—Dec. 7.
FLOUR City made XXXwhite$1125
U 50; XX amber $9 609 75; XX red
winter $3 258 50; XX spring $7 H17 75;
X spring $77 25; country made XX red
r. j t1 : ii'' i't 1 ; - -1 - & - JS .
and amber $S8 75; XX
XX white $10 0010 75.
jmmA
-WHEAT Marhotdull and Inaelivi. hnk
Arm ; No 1 redVwinter held at $1 31 5;
No 2 do at $1 63&1.67,ial westeroABalng
ifUDRX-Market ,9611
held;at S5-3i,97c: ne
dkrofiytha latter for
A. UV1U b vuv
RyE-yilLufirrn NoJ held at$l 38
li40l)Nq 2 $1 $3 35. S F J
BAKLEY-rOalet and teaav at $2ffl2 05
rorJNo 1 Uananas fcoK atate Domlnal.
PQJtft-Gd dWsnd nd-6tefiv; sale
K -M WdWri f 2 Op fjv
y. uu lur tiriiq. . , ... .
..DRESSfiD ,:HOGSt-Du1J ., arid bear v.
packers oflerirar89c tor medium to heavy;'
aiviaintron zuu ioj.
...tSMOKEDMEATSr-Good dan. Ra1ps
ouu im suzar curca nams at li-: 5UO tt
Koai(1ersnt 12c; 600 Bo-tried beef at 17c;
oreaaiac rjacon new at J60
jiAnu-yum anu uncuangeq; cuy ren
deml 16o ntlerces,16 tnlieg; country
dp. 15;6c. Jv! ,
G BU ITER There is no change in the
(renmral fr&tures of tharfnket; chrtice
W.egfern Reserve lu. tubs, pajls and rollg,
Brnl at 3340c ; do in firkins 3638rt ; com-maa-
to eomi W. R. nd Cetttihl asS3o
CHEESE The rpark.t..i .firm and un
changed; held at 1517c" for dairy and
factory; 1018o fopsmaU selected lets do.
EGGS Moderate,, request ,ind market
qvriet at 30 33c for pickled an fresh lots.
POTATOES Moderate roqits; Peaoli
Blows held at 60s on track ; 6570c from
StOre.l' 1.1 Lc ,:i-.:.4.'l j . 51 .
ONIONS Fair request ,and steady at
$4 755 per bhl. .,.-1 i.. ! .. . v s
aDRiEDuAPPLES Th martet is steady
with a fair demand, at, 991o.v --.t-
GREEN APPLE-QuH-t ' choice ,je
patkea fruit "flr'mff fo03 7o per barrel;
common do at $2 503 00. A ) 1
. CIDER Steady ana quiet, with a fair de
mand at 1012c per gallon.
BEANS Firm anavifgdoa 'requeSTat
$3 60(34 for medium to- prime white. "
PE AS Demand moderate; No 1 Canada
neia at si 4U($i 4a per ouen.
PETROLEUM The marki t is firm and
derlaid' sroo(lit228c on jpot for caf
lots: 29(g(30c for traae lots. ' k ' . I
FISH-t-Mrn and in lalir reoul:
Vliitafish held W$7; Trout at $8 00.--
FEATHERS Demand light and mar
ket steady at 75 95c, according to qual
ity. TALLOW Firm and in active request
at ll'(ai2o forcitr and eountrv.
SALT Market firm and unchanged; ire
fine
Coarse (tolar).
9 45 per bbl
43 " "
Uroand
.. 45
Dairj and Table...vv..v..v...v...,v.S 85 " "
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may concern :
Citt Clrk's Ovrica.i
Columbus. O.. Oot. is, 1868. (
ITotiee is nerebv tiven. that Droeeedinsflbarra hefiif
instituted in tbe City Connoil of Colambaa.formak-
tnf tne toiiowiDg improTements,so-wit:
for iredinc the north half oi Perry street from
Bicb street to the eoraaration line., . - ,
Also, foi Rradinc -and pavins; tke tatters and
trad i DC and graveling the roadway and sifto
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
to the east line of lot No. 16.
Also, for a double row flat: stone pavement aeross
Mound street upon the west side of High street.
The same to badoaa in aeeordanow- with vlata and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed inthe office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on aooount of said
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on cr
oeiore tna futeenta oay oi ueeemner. A. V
18611.
ootStadUawler I.n-vTTytiiClerk-.
Paving Notice.
It all wAom it may concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I
CoLmBus. O., Nov. a. iec8.i.
Notice is hereby given thai proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
makins the following improvements, to wit :
For laying a double row flag stone crossing across
Center alley on the north side of Long street.
Als.fic-4uildiaa-:dnrble row.-4Ua. craning
aosose South Paelio-lano a-the west aide of High
street.
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
across South street at the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to berprepared. by the City UivilEJgineer
and filed In the office of the City Clerk.
All persons olaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
betore. tfia wenljrfiUA a otecombex,
1868,
I. E. WILSON,
City Clerk.
norls-dltawiw'
Paving Notice.
To aUmbta Wmavoenetr ' ''"X.-t., oi:J V!'
CITT CLERK'S !OFFlClt. : 7 -Columbus.
O.. Nov. is. 1868. (
Nnttea Is berebv riven, that nroceediners have been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
maHIDB IDA IUI1UW1US llUillUTOIUUUUl, w Wl.i
rainionrtivt pt'"(M urpavea araewaiaa.
gutters and orossiDgs on the west side of AV anoints.
ton' evoiitil from the north side of ilatten i'laoe to
thedSDBlU add ef Cay Btreet. iiuH lit.
Also, for repaving High street from Perry street
ot the corporation line.
. Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway of PuDlio alley from fifth street to Sixth
: The smretd te '3onV!tt accordance wifhfheplat
and astimateg to be prepared by-the City Civil En
ginaeawand ftlediatbaoffice-of thaCity Clerk, x -.
All personslaiming .-damages on account of said
claims in the-offioe or the- Clerk, in- wriHng, on or
before the f irst day oi January. A. u. ib.
novl9-dItaw4w City Clerk
Paving Notice. Paving Notice.
To
i CITY CLERK'S OFFICB, (
j . Columbus, O., Nnv. 33, 1868.
I Notice is berebv given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Coinmbus, for
making tne t olio wing improvements, io-wh t, , -,
i For grading and paving the nn paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side' of the va
cant ground west of the market bouse, and for pa
ying the balance of said aacant ground wih Nto.
on pavement irom S.'owstree to Rich-street -
i Also, lor laying a double row of flag crossing
aero'S Center alley on tho-souio, aida.ofjspriaj!.
street. .t- ' .
' Also, ror laying a douoie row nag crossing across
Center alle. at the south side of Long street.
i Th. .arriM tn ht. HnnA in acAordaona with ulas and
estimates to be prepared by the"City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in tne omce oi tne Lity viera.
i All persons claiming desmagea on account of said
nrnnoaed itnamvflmenti.we Teoirired' to file theii
claims in the office of tiie Clerk, in writing, on or
eefore the feigath pay of, Jaai ary. A. J. 1U69. i .
: nov5-dltaw4w City Clerk
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ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
this line.
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GIVE US: A3CALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,
sa, ms 0. MortI7.MIh" Stat,
COLUMBUS.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Administratris: Sale of
Jeai Estate?
IN PffRSHANCK OF AN? b()ER 'OF TH
Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio.
willotleiNfoi,8ale, at public auotrbu, on V
1TedaekdtTrt' SaA dlKf
Vxenabav-A. 186S i
at 10 o'aloek, forenoea.'&pon the premises, the folJ
)owingdescribed Mai estate situate in the city of
Coinmbus, county of Franklle-and titataof Ohio,
to-wit: 1 v TT.a:v-- - t I
Being'the aorth half Cl 0af fraction 'o. S and,
lot No. 4, commencing 31 feet from the southwest
corner of fraction number three and lot; No. 4 in
South Oalumbua. and from thenee north 78 degrees,!
east 18T & feet to an alley: th.Dce -wit the west
line of said-alley north 12. degrees, west SI X. feet;
thence a westerly direction anl parallel with the
iirst line 187X feet to the eastline of Front utreet;;
tbencea southerly direction and with the east line,
of r .nt street 31 feet to the place of beginning,
beins thenori halof saii lot Iro. 4 U said lrao-
Appraised at 1,300.
Jauns of SalOne-heJf oaea isr-handV stwdHhe
other one-half in oae yaar from the day of sale
witn interest, the deferred payment to be secured
by mortgage npon tbc premises sold.
CATHARINE E. 'SIIBKRNAGLE.
Administnatriieof AdamSUbarnacle, decVL
Wsj Lt Hgyt,. hefAtt'y. i ) ,i C novBl;dltw4jr
Sheriffs. Sale.
JohaJP Trabua at al..i Court ef Comrhod Pleas of
vs .- -- ' Franklin county, O.
Alex H. Trabue et al.JL in Partition.
2 ftiKMIAJVfJB OF A IV OHltt.lt OF
-sale ia the above stated case from said court
to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at the door of
the court house, in the city of Columbus. Ohio, on
Saturday, Ui .26 dav of Dtotttaber, A.
at l.e'cloek P. M., tbe following described real es
tate, to-wit: the same being situate in Franklin
township, county of Franklin and State of Ohio,
aad bounded and described a. follows, to-wit: '
Beginning at a stake on the margin of the ."Scioto
river, being the southeast -corner of the Trabue
survey No. 630; running thence on tbe south line
of said survey so'uth 64 degrees, 3U minutes: -west
ST 60-100 poles to a state; thence north 40 derreea,
a& minutes; west 14 80-100 poles to a stake; thenee
north 64 degrees, 30 minutes, east 40 4-100 poles to
a stake in the margin of the river: thence down
theyivar with the meanders- thereof south It de
grees, east 11 pules and- ea-MO, south 36 degrees,
15 ininatee; eeat ao 61-100 pote to the)-beginning,
eontainingM acres, 1 rood and 36 poles. .
Terms One-third cash in band on day of sale,
one-third in one year and one-third in two years
from dar of sale, back payments secured by mort
ggge on the premises sold. .
A DDraied at SR.OOO. ' ' ' - '
- Printer's fees 13 75 -t.tOKUE
H,
By J. 8. Bull. Deputy.
UbisblA M-ato. Att'ys.
, EARHART, Sheriff,
r aonsdftwtd:
Sherifl's Sale.
Isadora Frey , " ) Co
Court of Common
'leas of Franklin .
Christopher Kneewater et al.) county . - . . ,1 .
TN PORSfJANCE OF AN ORDER OF HALE
lin the above stated basefrom said eoart to me
dlracted, I will offer for .sale at publie aactinn at
tbe door et toe oourt bouse, in tne eity or tona
bus. on
Saturday,' tbe 19th day of December,. A. D.
4 , , . ...1 ..' lbUO, r , rT - ji
at 1 o'clock P. M.. the following described nmper
ty. to-wit: fituate in the euuuty oi Franklin and
State of Ohio, to-wit; . n: -.,
Lot No. six (6) of Jobs Short's subdivision of lot
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to tbe city of
ColutnbuSfUhie, ait premises tson-veyed' to said
Chris opher kneewater by John U. McOuBey and
wife, by deed dated JUaroh 30th. A. l, lc67. , ' : -Appraised
at $240. i
Printer's fees 11 "0 , '' .
, - GEO. H. EARHART, Sheriff,
i ' By J. S. Bull, Deputy. -
J.G. McOuF-av Att'y.
I novlT-wtdAdlt - -
Legal Notice.
A SA CROMER, WHO "18 UDPPOSED TO
i reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
1 that Soosan Cromer did. on the 1 day of Novem
I her, 1868. file herpetitien- in the office of tbe Clerk
' of the Court ot Common Pleas, within and for tbe
j county of Franklin and Stat of Ohio, charging
; .uflBm ia.. vniiuvi wivu .uiiui.uwuv. uuiii iu
I said plaintiff for more than five years last cast, and
aking that she may be divoreed from said Asa
Cromer, and that sh be allowed reasonable alimo
' nj, wl ioh petition will stand for henring at the
next term ot said uoun. -
Dated Noven.ber 4th, 18S8. " . . ,
- ' SO08AN CROMER.
' By W.'A, Puktlkbauoh, her Att'y. nov3-6w
j ,A NEW PRICE LIST
Is issued this month by the ')
;MAS0X-& BAMLI OliGAN CO.;
and will be sent, post paid, to every applicant, con-
.taimrig announcements 01 ...
NEW1 STYLES OF1, ORGANS,
HEW UITEnilO.V
I I.n.. Iirir.Ti Sol'ij W.lnnt Caa. AO.
1 Five-Octave l ouble Reed Organ, Five Stops
.Solid Walnut Case, carved and panelled. $125. -.
I Other styles at proportionate prices. Warerooms.
154 Tremont street, Boston; S8S Broadway, Kea
York. novi7-w4t-P KT
; FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
T WILL SFLLOR EXCHANGE f'OR PROP-
JL -ERTf in the- eity cf Columbus, a farm of 10
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will par the .difference, if
any, in cash. - Tne land is situate at me corner oi
cross roads, has boose on it and twenty or thirty
actee cleared. It is very rich lind. and well tim
bered with walnut, ash. sugar-tree and spice busch
A good bargain wiU baaivn.: ----
i Office corner of High and Broad streets'.
I mar3-wly - .. . ;
I DR. H. O. HELMICK
rtlvfiS SPKCIACj 'ATTENTION TO
Jt 1 4be treatment of diseases of Females. There
fere many ladies In every community who n re afflict
ed- with 'What is teru.ed female weakness. Dr.
Uelmick has discovered a remedy that is warrant
fed tJ cure the moet severe eases; no mattrt how
long standi i g. Ladies ean- consult the Doctor at
hisomoeoT by mail, on all diseases peculiar to theii
sex. The strictest privacy observed in all eases
mce Mi.; U5 R orth tligh street, Culuinbut, vnin
08-wly'' ' -' y- : ' . '. ;
Leander Brxxner's Estate.
flVTOTICE IS HEREBY GITEIV THAI
ill the undersigned has been duly arpoluted and
qualified as administrator of the estate of Lean
oer Ru - er, deceased, late of Franklin township.
Franklin oounty. Ohio,. r-r-r
! ovemB9r", 1883. i ' T '7 T.
nov2-w3. - fC. BT. XDRICK
j Wfstkkh Reserve Bank,)
' ' A WAaBEH, t)Hio, August J.' le6, .
ajOTICE- HERKBl GIVES lTO 'THE
ijl holdera .of tbe.outstandiDg aotes of tbe late
Western Reserve Bank, aud ta all other parlies in-tere-te.l.
that after tbe expiration of nix months
from this date, application win oe made tome au-.
ditor. beeretarv and Treasurer of State, to f nrren
der to said Bank tbe stocks deposited to neonre the
Outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fif'-h 4S) section of an act entit ed
TAn act t incorporate the State Hank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies," passed February
"-VTl"-'-i"' ' ' H. B. PERKlJJS.Presldent.
I M. B. Tatlek, Cashier.
I August 1. 1W68. ii. aqg8-w6m
COI'NrV BO AMD SCHOOL. IiXA.Tl.
NICKS' MKETINGS.-Tha Board of Schoo:
Examinersof Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on tbe last trldsy and saturdavo
each month in the year. Also, on tbe seeood Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall nvmihs. '
, aprio-wtf - 11,1
t WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
,F.rA.&...L;.LESQ!JEREUX
j IMPOBTKRS AMD DKALXK0 tsZ .l
Y A vT 0 IX E;Sy
JEWELRT,
CLOCKS, J V
'SILVER aad
PLATED WARE,
CASES,
' 1 C UTLERV, '
SPECTACLES,
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POCKET-BOOKS and , :
- .. - OPERA GLASSES
I , 1 is ENDLESS VARIETY. :t '' ; .
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of 7
Sethi Thomas' and WaterbmyClackl
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade., Also. Agents
br the .
T ITHACA" CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
, Watch Makers' Tools and Maierialsl Watch Glass-
1 es (r renoh and Ueneva) in full supply at
' ' low rates.
AT" All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. 1.
. , F. A. A L. LESQCEREOX-- , ,
feblt-eodly Ho. 71 South High St.. Columbus.
COAL...
T. ALLEN, Agent.
Wll.li CONTINUE THE COAL BO
. NESS at his present stand, .
TVo. 13S North High street, ''
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a '
HOCKING COAL, whioh be is prepared to sell a
the lowest msrket price. , . .
ACT Special attention paid to Shipping.
my20-eodly - - -
WHOLESALE GROCERS;
W. BjJiaOOKB. ALBX. ioPBTOa. WM. .'!, B
J. Ji& W- B. BROOUH,
Cor. Ricb A;lll;h. Sta., Coluanba
Wholesale Grocers,
DEALERS in
HEW ORLEANS 8TJGABS AND ItOIA ;
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas S- "m-cs, Tclaceos
UIOUOR Ka , cAVjo.
febS-ly
y -(iq8
THE PLACE 1 TO BTT5?r
;n.i,.,:v.!AMP,, COOPS. en. ,.t.
Kerosene Qhandelie-s.. .. ... .- nfU.,i ,,
Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps,
' iv-' i!'!i :wi .. Lanterns SorOrter Cat
Th. newest and best kinds of Burners, Chim
Wl.k. . l. : ' ,u r lT..i r n.i
.. iurk. v. Bitii,uiiu iu iuo ianj 11110, lur iigubiu
Vbnrebea, Halls or DwelliajrSiitatt ifii .. mhii'
MoHES'RY 4 Co.'S Deoot.. ,
.. : Noa.8 East Fourth and S Main street, '
I : t! oi 1j- :
."tViii i-
t OiiJ
CiaoinnaU.
r.o rivfilnec '
W riAIVIlbl
Gas Chandeliers, -h 1: -i -i.i .: -X Vio
BwfeetihtaT""" J
fr . -.. ' I Portable Lights, r ' Y
" ' C'e ling and " j
mudow KeBector Lights,
i'l Shades, .Globes ,
1i j-
OrAnythin: in the Oas Fit'nre line.it at
t PIPE AND 'FITTINGS. J1"
Wrought-iron Pine (Plain oe UalrairizedV '
Cast-iron Soil Pipe. ... -
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,' e 'j:'
- Alallcabte and t'ast ir .n Fittings,
-' a' f t'lii b-.'ri . Steam ValvesivHopCoQks.
via, service, ana
.and
Mlm-ll ,.k. A.
&0.
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at.-,,-.
. a L' . . . 1- 1 . , 1. ' . . .
' iu.oKll.uilu auu ,a. mam DUMW
Pumps & Plumbers'
Cistern and Well Pnmos. ' ' '
.Cood
8.
Littsnn force Pumps, . !;r t
Beer Pumps, (iarden Pumps. Ac,.. . ,
.l:.':J R . Bath Tubs. Closets. ' - '
W ash-stands. Wash Trays,
Hath KnilAra Kinka
Ac. Ao. Everything irr the above line, wholesale
of retail, at asiero prices. at - t-: rt ...
,,1 ' 'i 'l . .""oaniti. vuv wepot..:.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
borew-cutting Macbineai,tocks and Dies. Prills
Reamers and Tapj. Patent Pice Cutters. Pat
ent and' Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter aad : Burner 'PlyeraL Gas Fitters'- Aa-
gers. Chisels, Ac. Ac. Everything in the above
nn. ajwaiaoa-nana ana tor tale at tne manuiactur
er's trade rates. at ; ' ';, .1, ..
McHENRY & CO,'Sr
No. 8 East Fourth Oc 162 Alata Street
0 CTI-sep30-w3m CUrCISlTATI.
MONEY SAVED.
" Weare ennstantlypnrcna.ing for cash in the New
tors ano poatoo siarKets. an ainas ot ,- ... .
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. SILKS, COTTON
BOOTS AMD SHOES. WATCHES. 8KW
1 lflti MACHINES. CUTLK ( Y. DRESsl r
1 ' GOODS, DOMESTIC GOODS.
-. .).' i .1 'AOL. AC' .Vlii ' !'
Which mti are actually selling at an aver'ge vrioe
of One Dollar for-Eacu Article.- Our
sales being strict ij lor cash, and oar trade mwch
larger than that of any ether similar concern, an.
afales us to give better oargarna than can be obtain
ed ot any otntr nouse. . :......
' .THE C.!A.JpilSSt','i.i..;
Are eipeoially 'invited to give us a trial.
Send fob a Circular and Exchange Ltst.
i Our elub system of re ilnn i: -J tnlluws: For tS
send 30 patent pea fountains and checks d'soribiag
20 different articles tn be sold for a dollar each; -to
for 4: CO for f 6; loe for tio. Ac. Hent by mail.
iiim mis -tori larger than tho o feral by any other
firm, according to Size ot club. Sinai, fountain
and check. 10 cents.' 1 ale and female ageat want
ed. ea money in neguierea l e tie re.
Send us a trial clubland ion will acknowledge
that you cannot afford, ta buy goods of any other
Douse tnereaiier. -
' - EASTMAN KEDAI1.
.- 85 tiaoo. ex street. Boston, Mas.
DB-iul-w6m
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HOVf TP ; ECOKQMISF.
FOR ONE DOLLAR
.1 . ' . ;i iJL.',.i i.i'i. 1 - J -V.l-Ton
Can Bay Every Ieaeriatio; of
DRY AND FAHCY GOODS. -
SILVE R-P L AT ED WARE, 4c.
OENDFOKCIHCIlLtK.GITIOFITI,l.
O particnlars. or send OAE DOLL AH andreoeive
ten checks describing ten different articles, which
wa will sell f i r Una Dollar each, and .as a Com
mission to the sender choice .of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300, i - -
For3, 30 checks 'arid 2d yds. Sheeting,
Kor $5,. 50 checks and 30 ) ds. Sheeting,
ror jjjiu, iiiu -cnecKs ana bo yas. cneeung,
or other articles eonailv valuable. ' '
. should the articles named on tte Checks not be
desired, a selection Can be made from our Ez
ghahgb List, which is greater than that of ' an t
other housr; and as our goods are acknowledged to
oe superior loany-omer concern, we Know mutaiter
patronising us once, you will continue to do so. . -Male
and female agents wanted . everywhere.
UUTt'l' FAil, XU atiiSU FOB CIRCULAR.
lMI. .
; "LAB0ST&4 BABBITT.
83 Sudbury St.; Boston, Mast.'
nov9-w4t-DB-r.
Great 0n& Dollari Sae.
THB MOST LIBERAL i! CONCERN OF THE
, : KIND -J .THE..-COUSTRY,( .,
TH ALl.EST ARTICLK O t OtJH
checks can he exchanged at any time for a
splendid iargeConcertina. or a five-bottie revolving
silver-plated Castor, or taenty-four French Stere
oscijpio Views We have on hand over half a -million
dollars' worth of goods. - The largest and most
-valuable atock of Linens, Woolens,. A.ottons, Flan-nefs.-Press
Goods, P&noy Goods. Plated VYare. Cut
lery, Meerschaum Pipes, A e.. Ac, .nAMV DOL
LAR SALhV.House in America. We import cur
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' pricds. This never bas been done be
fore, and is causing a complete panic among whole,
salers and retailers, wherever our goods aru sent
If y. a aish to buy goods eheap. now is tbe -time !
Weare bound to sail! Everything sold at the uni
form rate of ON E DOLLAR EACH. Those get
ting up .clubs for other firms will do well to stop
where they are, and send lor our Circular.- Our in-duCements-aredi'Uble
those of any other concern.
! .-1 nj:; At;enu,l A,ooK . Here I : i i
" For a club ,uf Thirty and (3. wa send one of th.
following ai tides, free of charge: Twenty yards
of heavy brown or bleached yard wide Sheeting; 1
Dou le Lens-French Stereoscope, with 4 rioh fur
eign views: 1 Ladies re 1 Morocco Traveling'Bag;
to pairs Ladies' fine Merino -Stockings) 1 genuine
Meerschaum Hpe, amber mouthpiece, in splendid
casat 1 Violin aui-Bow, in box. complete; A II
Woot Cassimere, for paulai, r pairlatdies extra
quality Cloth Boots; 1 dozen fine Linea Towels; 1
Steel Carving Knife and Fork with ivurv balaaced
handle, very best quality. Gents' heavy chased
solid Gold Ring;-elegt.t Delaine Dress Pattern;!
HoX.'heav-y silverp ated white metal Di-ssert Forks;
1 dosen-Rogera Bros best tieavv p ated wniie met
al Tea Spoons; 6 Encr-.ved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1
rich SO-ktyed metal bound Concertina, retails lor
$10.. , ... .- .
For a elub of Fifty and J5. one f the following
articles: One web of heavy brewn ur blea-bed
.ard wide Sheeting; 1 b ack :or eulored Alpacca
Dress Pattern; 1 o-ir All-Woo Blankets: Engraved
-ilver plate. 1 6 bcttle Revolving Castor; 1 et ivory
ba anced Knives, with silver p ated white metal
forks? 1 pair Gent's Calf Boots: 85- yards good
Print; 4 yards dou1 le width Water-Proof, for
Cloaking; 1 Square Wool Sl.awl: threi and a hall
yards very fine Cassimere. fnrpantsaad vest: b-au
tiful Popiin Dress Pattern;, lou-picture Turkey
Morocco Photograph Album. i K
s For a club of One Hunured and $10. presents va
rying in value from $13 r.o$05.
. ' For a club of Five Hundred and SSA.proaenta
from $60 to $100 Larger clubs increased in the
Same ratio. Premiums sent ith goods. " ' -Cireu-ara
free toanv address. Send all monet
by registered letter or mmey order. Address
, -: ..; j . BELCHER. JAMES A CO.. :' --'
i , ' Successors to A. S. Hardy A Co.,
1 .-.- . i 7 AOBromfieldst., Boston. Mass.' "
' deeB-W4w-PB - , .iIi.ivx-:,:-t!l In o...
Licensed by the United btates AuthoritiesJ
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
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DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS, WOOLENS.
COT IONS, , OARPEHNGS. BOOTS and
: BliOISS, S1LVKK PLATED WARi.
j iWATCHES. SKW1NG MACH1.NES. ,
,.i-- .X CUTLERY, Ac. Ac, .'A ..
T4 be sold at the average price of 11.00 Each
Our commissions for clubs exceed those of other
establishments, and our g'Kidsare warranted to give
satisfaction. Clubs oi 'leu and upwards receive
articles valued at from 3 to 8100. New Circu'ar
and full particulars sent free m. It a lptijs.
IAN At to,, AO aaanover St., Beslsa,
- novi-wm-FB-r
Window Glass Warehouse. .
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BENJAMIN; H. SHOEMA.KEE,
Xol. S05, 807, 800 at 211 IV. diih Sl4
'" . PHILADELPHIA.
I : , i , ilatPORTEB OF
French and English Window Glass. '
French Plate G:ais for Windows.. . ,
French Looking Glass Plates. '
Hammered l laie Ulass for Skylights. .
H " " " Floors.
Colored and Ornamental Churoh Glass:
It
Flute ! G ass for Conservatories, every size and
tmcaoess.
' By the Original Case, Box. or Single Light.
Sqnare or out to any Irregular Shape
-i nov21-w3m-CF
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
bttojbcjb-stjbj
tliOO
REOAKDIJIO THE TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we ciimiwij .7vm w can ml our pleasant cen
tal rooms. No. 18 bast Kroad street.
, ' : tl i ;.... :n A . : . . ... .,
x om iiii Hi,.... n ... uiauiiwiuaie oeiween tne
ignorant pretender and the properly Qualified Den
tist,
Artinciai icein mane Dy us are worn with eom-')-,
and serve the puipotas ot speech, mastication
-1 neanty. As Dentists we aim to be the test and
nish ill that's good, r r
- Teeth extracted without pain. 1 ' y7-w6ni
FOR THE HOLIDAY. How tn invest a
Hollar nroiitably. Send 35 cents for a xa.Hfl-
cate in Packard A Co.'s Grand Ho id ay Distribu
tion, consisting oi riauoK, weionens, uoi and nil.
ver Vi atches. Jewelry, do , valued at T&o.OOO
Every artiole to be disposed of on the eopalar One
Dollar plan, and not to be paid for until you know
what you are to receive. Certificates and circulars
sent on reoeipt of 25 cents or five for $1. .
fAtaaau a w, as Y ei fourth street.
CO-noT2i-4w Cincinnati.0,
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Legal Notice. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
i .'iiiiinA .Jiir!iu-l".ii t 3
fitZ (M Ti'i Hit h h& MUi
RAILROAD.
i-l '-::"' i:i U' !J H'
TtareoTraJna LeareOoloroltoa (Tnlnn
-Asepoy, aiiy csutortaya vX.ceptea.J:
, . . . .i',..-. i.;. f '
J 3:85- A. M. NIGHT EXFRES9. arriving st
.Zanesville at :1J A.-Al.i Bellaire-at loao A. 11 J
Baltimore at 656 A. M.; Vaahington City. at 8:40
A.M i:oii. .. '' J -'-.-. i j
i ' ''1 "iiL- J 'i ' " ' '-' ; (": -l! ' i
1 K10 A. M. LldHTNlNG EXPRESS-Arrivingf
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. M: Bel I aire at 8:10 P M ;'
Baltimore at 11U0 A. iLi Washingten City at 1:M .
P.M. '- ,., J
i . i ': ,i j, .. (;' :ii T 'ft' ;. (! ;! i J
: : 15 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanas-;
vuir ai :oo r. si.: nenaire at :16 r. M.,- mttunore .
at 4:44 P. Washington City atsao t.M. " - I
W'ashington City at S-JO r. M
O'Vf : ' ii n-.urti n! J:;i '.oi):J
, Close eonnectiens made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger- hoi ling-through tickets to Eastern
rttios hava the privilege of ;;ui '' '
Visiting ; Washii.sto
INfo CHarige ol Cafs at Ohio River
.. . -,r...ri .. .m , :u .o7.' ...i.,:!-MSUi
SXEEPISQ .CARS .OU4; ALL, KTGHT:
if 3
jrKAINSk;'i!..:H . Mi
Aak for TICKETS Tla BELLAIRE
JNO h. WILSON. Master of TinportaHB
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROW N. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
MEDICAL: , ,
DRUNKENNESS
CCRED WITH 1
DR. JOHNSTdS; SPECIFIC.
iTHE ONLY' nFALLIBti; ttfiUFDT.
. X Can be given with er -wit bout ihe- knowledge
of tbe patient. l)r Johntton't Tretttweon "JJruDR-
,enneaa, its i'onsequencea and Gore." fre oa ap
plication. Price of Sp:cifio per bottle, 1 50, cr
jSole Proprietor and Manufacturer 'ol umbos,. 0
, " SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, r
I aeplT-dr&sAwly: . , - '
1
i
-. 2-t A PERFECT CURE
For -i D jrspepsia, ' Fcvef and Ague,' Acl-:
dityof 'the' Stomach, Loss of Appetite,"
Nauaea,. Heart-burn, ' Jaundice and all
diseases arising from tv disordered atate '
ef the Stomach, Liver or Intestines. '" ; ' '
"Prepared lrf" Seward, j & ii Bbntlet,"
Druggists, Bufialo, N. Y. ' Sold by all
druggist.' r . i i ,.;i5 iitiiiii:- il il't .-
S. i.SAMCEL A Col, Wholesale Agrati'1'-"' '
SBB-ap4-decsA-wty , , c, ,
7(lii9-Oreit 9Ie1llae for ttu SJkf a, ssni
. without AUU mvery fclBd oC an
l i ilthtty craplion of (he fwee,
or itchiuj;, irritstlnv, or ' '
is-.l' dltre lutf atMeoa 71 r
nil
dlMu onin-part4 ,i V!1: ..
of the person,
It hfrt nmrrV relfrren me p fthnl inoriifytnrf rwp
titmttH(i on HOtr lookitiit 7MiVt itea tn,,t'writW
(linrleM E. Nol.Ic, noii- nil Agent of 3Iich. CBtitral
K. IL,. 173 linNdwsx, jN. Y:
. We find ii an incntuabJ rrmtff far TrVT, eArX, j
write Higley Bros., DniKcistrt, Fairfield, Iowa.
' f fVire tried 1tonr .tttbtahU rrmdil fhr Barber
Pck with gnat shccc,' writes C W. jDumuati of
fWMid for circTilc .; Price, 73 cU. anrl $1.00. ' J
Prepared only lf 4 SOfcON P.I1MEB" '1
, : 36 West Fonrth Street, lUAeiiuiati, 0- ...
"For sale by Prttggtsts generally.
ept21 deodAwly ' f 1 ' :
THE SCIENCE OF. HEALTH.
EVEKT HI Ad HIS OWK PHlllJI
Hollowav's Pills and Hollowar's Ointment.
i Disorders of tbe Stomach. Liver and Bowels The
- Stomach is the great oenter- which influenres the
1 health or disease of the system abused or debili-
tatad by exoees Tiadigoetion, nttenlve ore-un and
' elivsical orostration are the natural conseauenoea.
Aliie-t to tbe brain, it is the souree of besdaehes,
mental depraMion. nervous complaints and unra-
fresbin? sleep. 1 be Liver, becomes anected and
' generate, bilious disorders, pains in "the lide. Ac.
' T eBowe's sympathise by Costiveness, Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. Ti e principal aciion of these Pills
is on the stomach, and the liver, rungs, bowels and
kidne-s participate in tbeir recuperative and re
generative operation Er.rsioelas and iSalt Rheum
are two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on tHs continent, 'to these the Oint
;.meot is especially antagonistic- Its ''modus oper
andi" is first to eradicate tke venom and tbea cofa
Dlete the cure. Bad Legs. Old Sores and Ulcere,
oa.sef many years' standing, that have pertina-
jCiously ret used to yield to any otner remedy or
ireumm nave invanaoiy suemmoea iu a lew ap
: plications of this powerful unguent.. Eruptions on
. the Skin, arising from a bad state of the blood or
' ohronie diseases, are eradicated, and a dear and
- transparent surface renamed by the. restorative ac
tion of this Ointment. It surnasses many of the
oosmetios and other toilet aprliances in . , power
to diSDol ranbes and utner d sbsuremenrs of th.
face. Female Complaints, wheth r in the young or
old. married o-single, at tne dawn et womannood
or tbe turn or life, these tonic medicine display,
decided an influence that a marked improvement ia
soon perceptible in the health of the patient. . -ing
a purely vegetable preparation, they are a safe'
and reliable remedy fur all classes of Female ia
every condition of health and station ot life. Piler
and Fistula Every form and feature of these prev
alent and stubborn disorders is eradicated local!
and entirely by the nse of this emolient; warm fo
mentations should precede its application. Its
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable.
. Both the Ointment and. Pi Is should b. used '
the following cases:
Bunions, Burns, Chapped bands. Chilblains, Fis
tula, Gout. Lumbago, Mercurial Eruptions, files.
Rheumatism, Kii gworm. Salt Rheum, scalds.
Skin Diseases, Swelled Glands. Sore Leg., cn
Breasts, Sore Heads, Sore Threats Sores of all
kinds, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Tetter.- Ulcers, Ve
nereal Sores, Wounds of all kinds.
CAUTION ! Mono are genuine unless the words
"Hoj.lowav. New 1 obk ano London " are dis
earnahle as a Water-mart in every leal of the book
of directions around each pot or box; the same may
be plainly seen by holding th UaJ to tie tight A
handsome reward wi.l beg ven to any one render
ing sucb information as may leau 1o the detection
of any partv or parties counterfeiting tbe medir
einesor vending tne same, knowing them to be spu
rious. . . i i 7 7; ' r: 7 .' i -. . - '
AW Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hot
loway, 0 Maiden Lane, New Vork, and bv all re
spectable , Druggists and Dealers in .Medicine
throughout t e civilised world.
- There ia considerable saving by taking the
larger sizes.
N. B. Directions for the gnidanre of patients in
every disorder are affixed to each pot and box.
jylS-wly. . . . .... . ,
- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A New
Cor bse of Lectuhes, as delivered at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub.
fects: How to live and what to live for; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed : The eause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac. '
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, by addressing SECRETARY, New
Yobk VusErjf of Anatomt Aha Science, aia
Bboadwat Nfw Yobk. VNY-febSg-dlj
''
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TRANSPORTATION.
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS CHICAGO
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS CHICAGO —AND—
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
aifmHII. 1'
''Si . .l50:-O
f f
fHL LMU.IJi!i,,lfUJJIJMXaJ
" .11 I' n
tt r,r..rir- .iH
The Shortest Route W esfNo Change of Cars to
Chicago. Keokuk anj IndlaaapoKs. ti
1 ;TC?r i
l a.i a n y
FOUR TKAI'S DAILY leaveDaian: Depot, Oe
lnmbns. on and .ftef Nov. 91, 1888. as
ill 1" 7 -t -! i illollaWCrf v-f-.v 1
8.fA:A. M.. TOLEDU-AND-DETROIT EX
Uv P iESS (Sundavl excepted Arrives
at Mi: ford 9:17 a m, TTrbaiin0:10 a in. Bellefontaine
l:5p m. Kandnsky liOOeo, Pigaa 11 Jt a at. .To
ledo &-0pm. Detroit lOHOpm.
. 'rain i run expressly lor'TOieao-aiwi'-iy-
tr-ntb- sines, arriving-oe-ketb places 3 boor
aasaead of any other route,. !.,,, . . , -r-ar
i.iK. J?. M. MAIL AND PEORIA E'PRES!J
l.lt (Hnndays exeeptd:j Arrivest Bradierel
Junction40pm. Richmond 8K p m. Indiaiapor
Hs8;50 p m, Logansport JOo P m, Chiesg 8t)0 am.
Pearia SSSa m, Oa eshura 9:00 a m, Burlmgtr.9.
Iowa. l : K a m. Keokuk Ii i:30 p m.QSnev 1 :4S p m.
LoaiaviUe.aOam, lerre Haute 117 m. Mattnoa
S.-23 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m; Pana 4iT a n. Alton 8:00 a
?',if tT,.0,17!io a f Bi.eprU,
u..-. k. thia traTTlnl. f r v. m.
TI!iL .SiSaS ati2i!
uj.nuiua ., u .or pviuiijacsi
of St. Louis and Keokuk ene train ia adranca of
all other routes. -
5.KA P. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS'EX-.
0) PRESS (Sunoss excepted. Arrives at
Piqua p ai, Toledo 6:80 a in,-4eroit 8:la m,
Bradford Junction 9:30 p m, Loransport 1-A0am,
Chicago 8K0 a m. ladtaaapol is S-J6 a m, Terre-Bauti-
:ju a m. .iiaueoo :io a m, ana li. -oo am. Alton.
S lW p m. Sc. Louis 4,06 p tn. Lrfa4ette7M a m
Springfield. IDs., 4:iS p m. Quincy ll.-OOp m, Keo-r
kuklHMam. louisrille 8,-Ou a m. Nashville 8.-00 p
m, Memphis 10$0 a m."-"
' a Sleeping cars run in this train frbni Coinm
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This,
is decidedlr the te-t train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St..Louis and Leuieville.aa it makea quicker
time an t a-rives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
boora ahead and makes direct connections for' -all
points Wast and Soata one train; in. advaaeeof j
any other route. . .
t7lA A' M SIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
14iv Indianapolis (Mondays excebfed), " via
Logaosport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:1 ar
m. Logansport :i0 a m. Chicago lr!5 p m. Peoria
5:35 pm. Keokuk 10:45 pm, Indianapolis 850 am.
Terra Uaate U:U p m,.vaniville fidpm, kattoon,
3:16 pm. Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa 5K0 pm. Alton 9:00 p
m, tt. IxmisK':! p m. lfayette 3:10 p m. Louisai
vi leSMpn, Nashville S.-OOa mvMempbii 4:15 p m.
a Mmmrra uj tins irain arrive ine samaday at--St.
Louis 3M hours and CMeaa-o a honra .haaji of
any other routa.tj: m.J ,:jJa j,i,
STATE KOO SLEEPING. CARS
Bun frl tnfs train from Pittsburgh to Iadiana'polta.i
AST, Calif ot Tickets via Logansport or Indian-,
apnlis. " ' 3
" Tickets for sale at UaioB and Fiqn Depots. '
Columbus, and. at all, principal .Railroad Ticket
Ounces; 1
I F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent,,, ,
J. M.LUNTiianeral Superintendent?
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
—AND— Cincinnati Railroad.
! ... ... EXCEPT SUNDAY, .. ...
From. Columbus, in connection with Trains on tie
LtlUetniamiVColMmbtu tc Xeala
. i - i-t. . . Rallroada.'"'
! i vrt .ii mi 73; ,; c-1 iiui.;'-i-a
i NIGHT EXPRESS Leasee Columbus at 1:1$
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtan.TGilead.
Galion, Crestline, Sbelbr. Sbiloh. New London,
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve-
land at5 A. M.,New fork 70 A. U. This train ,
leaver Sunday morning, not Monday. -'-' - lS
NO. I ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbue
at 5KK) A. M. . Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts from the Freight Yard,' i t. ! rd
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at.,
11:10 A. M. V itl stop at Delaware, Ashley.Carding-' 1
ton, Galion, Crastline. Shelby, New Loodoat Wsi- r
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3:6f P. M ., New Vork next day at S-,10 P.- M-."- : 1
MAIL AND EXPRESS fc-aves Columbus atl:40
P. M. Will atop at Worthii.aton. Lewia ,Center,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Graftanand Berea; i iMa
riveatClevolandat:tO P. M., New. York 7:i5.P.M.,,
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Cbicago.by tak- '
ing this train, will get sleeping earatCrestlldealO
:00P M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11:60 P. M..
Ch eagoat S:O0 A -M. being in advance of alloth-.a
er rout's, have ample time for breakfast, and take- r
the earliest train for the West " ' '" J"
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA KL-
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3JO P. M. WiU
stop at all stations between Columbus and - Sprina-ir
field, arriving at Delawareot WS P. M., Springfield
P50 P. M.m This train leaves Springfield at 10 A,
M, arrives at Delaware at 05 A. Jl.: Columbus
luato A. M. ' ,. M a-, ii t,n 1-j nod
' ..- . ' .,,!! ..' ,1
Pa tent Sleeping: Cars are rsiai on all
Illfilif Taina to Clileugo, V-
. hi -, -n.iieir Vork and j loe-.iiri
; Doe ton. '
b:IO
; ' Mr1 Baggge checked through tofNew'YoB:aa4',-
-Boston, via Cleveland ; also, .to- Ph"Ja4eiBhia-aad
Now York, via Crestline. .
. , , . -' RETURSTSG: ...
. Niebt Express arrives at Columbus at"l: 4 A. J. '
'Cincinnati Express .arrives Columbus alii,. ;vy
Ma Tin arrives at Colombo, at 055 P. 5-i ;il
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus
etloaoA.M. - . - - .Tju.iJ
Kara aa Low an by any Other: Hamtoa
I - Ask for JickeU via CrestHne or Cleveland. v y -(
i ui . Bnporintendent. Cleveland. Ohio, "'i
i'l... - n, .1 ... , JAMES P 4 TTERSflN ,.velo
' , , ' Agent, Column sOhio. j
, Coinmbus, lTor-S, 1888. .- arfl
' : . , . i : ' -ut!
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
iitts L-ii;i-t--tii mi. ,.; i in-
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
.
' I mi -''3 f-irf.il h i i . 'i'l " i .-U.ll
On-au . after MONDAY. Nov. MJ..lflaa, FOVR 1
j iTBAINa DAILY will leave Columbus ,, i q
FOB CINCINNATI, LOTJI8VIIXK, CAIRO, ST. la
, ' LOUIS, DATTON, BJ6HM0ND. Hf
p. ui; :" DIAHAFOLDJ ClUCAGO,;-'!
WiVbo-i tchangeof ears to -DAYTeil'an RfCH ' n
i M.ON D; and only one -chance of can loXTiji ,!,?'
' ' DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO. , , ,
. At. A -.:a "1 ii. iil...j--i..i'tiO' .t'-UoO
. Connections are reliable a. follows ij:i(lJi
'i.a.i FIRST TRAIN tBaily).-T!l-jtid
Leaves at A. M. for Cinmanati; Ciroleville.'!
u Lancaster, HilUboro and Chiliicotha: stops at Loa- no
,- doa, Xenia, itorrow. and Loveiana, arriving a
' Cinoinnati at W0a- nu a .. , -..ri -. .,tj l
, ; 1 ) . .oi - -SECOND TRAIN;' J L .-.-i ii
i aifl-iy V. fDaily except SnndayaO ,?'-;;itu srfJ
Leaves at 5:0O A, M. -for Ciaraanatl-, Dayton!
j Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
; West Jeneivon, London. South Charleston, Sclma,
' Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin. Morrow
- South Lebanon. Fosters, Lorelan t, Milford.ar-
riving at Cine' anatt at- 1S A. M., eonneeting"
-v-ith the Mail Boats.,, L..L,., ., MJlS-t C2
; ,-yuoi! i.i THIRD TRAINj twi; : t-!ow
" , - i i (Daily except BundaysJ ---"v bib
Leaves at 145 P. M, for Cincinnati. Dayton aadj a :i
. Springfield, via Aenia, arriving at Cincinnati at -r
$:$e P. M -jj.'... -. .-i..i j. . . . ... A.
JfOUKTllTBAIir.- 'if'' tia
iuli (Daay exeept rJandays.) '-' ' '"i i i'a
at P. M- for tJinainaatl . Davtnn aa o?
cpringne a via London, stopping at Alton, Wat ., )
Jeffersi-n, London, South Charleston, Selma.
' Ceoarville Xenia. MorrowaBdLoreiaud,aadar--. .
; riving at Cinoinnati at 10:40 P. M, -T- . . w .
. . o .ii - t . j. - "lu 1
" ' .i f-i.:l T
Sleeping": Ctra on
3i:I
all
Iflrlit Traias, "k
:. -.1 wl i J.'li l-j
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent,
w. it. H. BUini-.ageni. ,
' JOHN DTJRAND, V - ' ' -' '''"
1 . . GepTTioketAg't.l .1 l.ii-.f i-;ij , -iuiw
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
' PAW H API DLE ROUTE.' j "v
i a i4 - - o- .1 ..to.; -r
un and attar June ssth. ifan tnimni n-. ...
follows: ' " ' . -
Leave..' ,;N.Y. Express. i-'iiMaii'- Fast Lin. ;-
t!olumbus......2U A. M. J:16 P.M. 110 A.M. .
Newark ....... .3:85 A. M. ' 3:50 P. M. U:35 P. M,
Stenbeuville....:00A.AU i 0.-40 P. M. 5U6 P. M. '.i
Arrive at . ' ,
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A.M. 'ri-OS M.1 - TP.M.-: -
Harrisbrg.... :20 P.M., J:20P.M.-. e.-OOA.M....
Philadelphia.'.
1:85 a.M. 40 P.M. 25A.Mi'
6:60 A.M. SS5P. M. 11:50 A.M. -'
6:45 A. M. - 6:20 P. M. 13:30 P. M ,
9:40 A. M. 8.60 P.M. 46 P.M.
New Vork....
Baltimore
Washington.,.
XJliBlUO... . .
L H emit St.. rrwim alanntnaaara nn all ni.hl t :
vjn ine rast Line tne eeiebrated i-iilver Palaaa
day and nnbt cars are run through from C.iaanbat
.u . -iiaicijui. ftllll j i'l. WllQOUL COUnge.
T Passengers by tbetHWAi M. Sunday train
arrive in New Vork at 5 o'clock Mnmita
an advantage never before ofiered. '
W. W. CARD, SuperinUnrlert, Stenbenville. 0'.'
1 -oi-i 3V;i 'H.B.BROOKS.: .,
JOHN B. PETERS. A.Vn"Colurnb, "o.". " !
JunelO-dly-inSO,,, .(.k;,. ,
I
Paaob rt' Ari FBoirr 'on-e.'kr
Britain and Ir.l.n k.K.i. vi
l?c BTjWafineil'ruut" r Tap4'11
SCOTT BROS. A CO.. 88- South street. Sw:'-vr
York, continue to iun.'pa... T:w....r. "."
feri tWelv- months TT1ZA "i1"' """
Queenstown and; DrafU. rata Ww .a dernnd 'fc,
'. d V i r Kw a- a. r. woaw-?-
ituuuui.uuui ea-a tun"l
l UAI .KV: 1 ffDMIfi' i rt K a ' .' '
Wn-wl,-aBT Dnf -. 'Xmbi.

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