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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrival tit departure of trains at Com
.imi.-inMM'vi ill after Monday, Not. 131
;t,.8. tralna will run u follow i ', , , ,.,.' j
hj l'eiaad.$oliak-n 4c ClnU Jl. fit,
LBATB
uiirr
HY,Westrn:Exprs-,. 1:10 A.M.- ; 1:44 A. M
fur York Express..
..11:10
u:iu a, ii, i:so r. M
8:40 P. MS P. M
Mail ana hotm
i BurintfieH Aooora. Vi Tel,
Ho. 1 AocoisnsMdatioa......
lao P. M. in A. M.
. iMa.ll, t.46P. M.
A-"' "This train leaves 8unrl ay morning not Monday.
..W- JAMES PATTERSON Agent;
Uttlo miasnl CtuXeBia H..K.
.VS -'"' ' taT JllrBlT-.
JTibtKxOTes....... ... 90 A. M. "KWA.M
JHricinoaU Accommodation- 5:00 A. M. :S3 P.M.
Sxpres 1:45 JP.M. llKn A. M,
lagr ..i. .. . .-; :oo P.M.. 1:0 p.M
on -rif : ' i W. H. it SHinn, Agent.
BalDiitr ft Ohla Rallraaii Central
cl J, ' I JBlTlaioil. ',!k.fii;ii
" " Vv ;VI LWaTB. ' 4BRITB.
.IMt Express....... ,. 3.-15 1. M. 13:10 A. M
lightning Express.... ,...11:10 A. M. - 6:35 P. M
Kxpiest MaiU..". .1:10 P. M. '11.30 P. M.
-..! u- j . ' A. 0. Smith, Agent. ; ;
Vdaakaii Cttlcatro ond Indiana Cen
a i . : Ural Hallway. - -.-i-K!.t
i n -,. ;-'; abbitb.
fight Express.. v.k..W11.-40 A. M- -1:00 A. Mi
Toledo Express.. ..,..r18.-oo A.. M, , 1:5 P. M.
'WtiMn Express.....!...; 5:50 P. M, TS P. M.
3)ay Express. ...... 1:15 P. M. 11:00 A. M.
.t -ji ,.;!.;.. ;G. A. Hill, Agent :
aanrtr' IKanafrel" & Newark! K.H.
" Train leave Newark' and arriTa a follows ' '
; j oi. ui j. . .i.li" LV, "" ARRTTX.
freUkt... A... ...... o,A.M.' o-lSP.M.
Uail and Express. ,........ ..l0J8 A.M., 9.26 P.M.;
SaiaoldKiprwit.-....-....-.. S.45 P.M. 9.45 A.M.
r: - U i 1 A. W.Dbmnis. Agent.. )
1ttaa.nr-;fc,' ane.anatt dt"t .".Louis
..--.'il C Maiiwr;'-tv.-i'i','-'i.
utTi.:iiiiain:rl
Kaw York ErpreM--- :1S A. M. r IS. -00 Mid't
Lishtnint Expros....,...110 A. M. 5:45 P.M.:
fiailaml BprMk.;...i. 1S P. M. 13:45 P. M.
Vanniaon Aeeommodationi 5:08 A. il. - M P. M.
Haw York Kxprai ia daily. All other traina;
ru daily, excapt holiday. . '
Danaiion. Aooommodadoa 'itara from freight
ti:i.v ,i- l- i"'i.i-'-i
!wiqu auilhuJiOH 3 rTKKa, AKenfc j I
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ei I ill: it ,1-w. K-iJ.A,iJI I
ABstm.; - '-oions.! '
Kartenr ThTBBirti :MaTli, Av M. . k. a. x. r. M!
HiaoaeBTiiia aaa. , .
Pittabarxh.
,1138
1330
vtao
too
llt .V
"4:16
LttUo Miami B.R f'' t''Us?l'i 'l 'jtio I
U1HIO niani n. n. n .m iiimi (m
C O. K. B.. Newark.
V Va ar a aaaw aww
t:!.n.ri4;so'
Cirelerille, Chilliootha . : ; 11 ' (
Partaaioatil...u.i... ii...'cw C'--TJ0 j
uuiur Ohio 8:00 dt I
last way, National Koa4. 19J0 ... 13:45
lit. Tarnon Way.Waatar- " ' 71
Tilla.Ao ..rrKiSO " .... .... 1:0
worth Uoi aaMraa ana.vliai i'in;.iwi
1030 .....
Wuhinztoitti.H.."irlaHar.
-cmbarx. tri-waekly.' I J.
arriTM Hondaya Wad-1
aMdfcTf.afnain. uai : ' ' t .
reaTe7lne8daya,T6ur-f -
daya and 8aturdaya....J ' . ,'-"J
Contra Village. Ktrvwaek-i . r ?s .i ! S j h
,lyTe9dys,ThBradaya 11M... ...4 ; 115
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
THREE SONGS.
-Bio me, thoo Singer, a aonrof fold! j
' Said a careworn man to me: , '
Bo I aana of the (olden eammer day " - . ' "
m Ami theieulxaweet antama'a rellow haca. i 1 . i
Till hit heart grew aoft. and hjl meilowed i
-lnt'm. ioor'Klrtgar. a aanx-ii loT f l '" " 1 -I
A fair girl a'ked of me : t ii.iitiit
.Then laancof a Lotb that elaen tha Raoao j j
Girea all.aske naaght till her kindled lot
V4i radiant-with the itarry graoa y , 'f"1
la fleBei Charity..,, -'lil?l -
Sing ma, oh. Singer, aong of life lyiyrrn i
1 Cried an eager yonth- to me:' ' 1 r-'J- y
And 1 sang of the life without alloy .-u3.
JiSeyead ouirm. till the haartof tBabe ; j'J
Caaght the golden beauty, and lore, and joy 1 1- j,
mUffUm?.'. v-'-'xM i;:-..r '
THREE SONGS. The Leaf.
0Th ili)Veri:of ty- leaf wriK) jvptilS
oat $-008, tb base are prolongations .of the j
vessels of the wood ; and beneath these?
fibterf, arid formltig the covering of tbir
under suriaise,- are Bimilar . prolongations'
of the inner hark-. - The, green exterior :
portion of lbs leaf is a conUouittion of the i
outer tissne of the bark in ; a tbia porons ;
fbrtriV Thii pores or month itfihe greeip .
portions are an essential part of the striio- :
tors. Jh leaf.of the common iitac ia said '
to contain not less tban 120,000 poreaio :
fte!Bquaria,'irjt:h.,- They rare--most; na--j
snerouB pq,,i.tlej..iuier.,.Burtce.: . lhe
laares epread out ihpit broad surfaces ta-
iaibibe easeona foodtfrom . tb liatmoa-.
SheW,.(lJnder ,thi,,8timnlU9''of ligfet,
ley Vdntinuallyabsorb'carbontc acid
from the atmosphere. ! In tho ressels of
the leaves this, is decomposed into car
Bon iiid oxygen. .'.The -carbon -pa 're
Umed:an4je oxygeiiVtbrown bff.4 -During
the; darkness, pxygen.w 'jib.
BOrbedand J combining -to; with i - thei
carbon in the yeSSs,ois thrown off
in the 'form "-o, carlbonkf. acid, ut
ipvch ,.les9h;ia ihroiwa off.-;' lii jjthe
nioHht-than in the day. iHesoo in ther
Arctic, regions, where the sunlight is
there is W. darknesa to , jnterrupi'the
abaorptjouof earbon we can nnderBtand
how vegetation pushes upward with ali i
noetrjiiratulons rapidity; and-jn'regions :
wbere the days lare" very' long anfl.ttoi i
wghts eoraparatrvely abort; wtf see Why
the wheat and cornspring up and reacbV
mat,ijty.iyLfXeKKeeiB,,a '.n ,
5 Twentyfive, hundred gallons of air
contain! about one gallon of carbonic acid
ga. ' To- find and Jabsorb 'thia BmaU;
Juaniify'of gas, the tree Bprtadsout'its
lQBsaDda of feet of leaves.li wbich" are
constantly in Motion In: Ihd ever moving t
ir, ahdthns the ponderona irnnKa1 ot tne
forest are ltaltnp 8tom';by"aj!Jiii
ihe atmosphere.. ,:-.!, swi-.n-i-.-!- -f-iv
On a single oak seven millions of
leaVesTiare been conntedJZUiow if ear.h.
square ncS cqqtaip l?9,Q0O 'Jorest and .
each-leaf four square inches of surfaoe, '
it mayot b;diffijt4t to show ia figures
the nombjbporeaon- the. leaves of ''
thel" oak, butLwho !eanl V grasp the Jdea,
or fonnJ"inTbifl mind ? any adequata i
conception orfcirjh' a pnmber.T Bui
tbis3 bnt pne of.lfie txeea in the '
forest tatyspreajf ver- tb eurface of j
tbeneafli' at, th1aJ'mWentand'whicbf .
have sprung from, it since the creation '
Aad, every Uada of grass and every-'
grain and every shrnb and timeeii& .
equally busy during ItBgrOwhfg season, '
redrawing its substance fronl; the fleet-
.
ing wiuiNew England Farmer "
w ''BOOTS' AND;JSH0ES.;
9. . ESrABS. ..-rizsT.-ri i aoBiaR
CHEAP-BOOTS-AND-SHOESr
.2 lit IfjfcJW C FlRMi ' w
TS. IIEr'AnWHATnC FORMED
e a partnership with O.. H0R1GBR. tor tha ;
purpose oteawjia on the Boot ana tihoa, ade at ;
IWK 1 SOUTH HIGH aTBEET,
Woold leapeetfallyiniita their 'friends and 'tba
pablio gaoerally to call and axamina their Ana and
well selected sunk of Lsdies'. Gents', Misses' and
Children'e Boots and H hoes, this day reeeived di
reot from tBe Kast,aad wbieh they are Bowo Serine;
lor sale on the moat reasonable terms. In our man:
nfaotDxing department speoial attention is given to . ,
'" " , CUSTOM JUAPfWOBK1.
Bepairlngof all kinds neatly and promptly done.'
We would respectfully solieit a share of pnblio
pauonaae. Please civ U l ealU- No troable to
tbow goods. 'i."-"1.'. , ,r 1
Be member the place : No. 161 Sooth High street.
Columbus, O. Sept. 11. 1868.
eplS-dtf
HOTEL,
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
,Jsiiir4lB Street, Wear Malaa,' " .
hh'u J CINCINNATI, OHIO. !
nris poPtrLATi house, vcktttbaL ti,o-;;!
catedml convenient to business, and to allt
iointsof travel, is the most desunable stopping,
tTaoefor persons visiting the oitr. No pains will
tesperedto make ,tha stay, ol gneaU pfeasant ia,t
,8CJIIBDICAIi
WHY ENDURE
The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter. "1 die daily." Tbe obieot of this artiole is
not to remind him of J bis pangs.bnt tosbow
him how tobanish them il forever- Tbe meant
oi immediate and permanent relief are proffered
HOCFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
And it is for him to say whether ha will eontinna
to endure a living death, or to put himself in
sition to render Ufa enjoyable.
LIVING ADVERTISEMENTS
Of tb effic&QT ftf thn m&fablmM VAaratjaritii JitnTn
vshio are to be found in every city sad town in the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its f use. and eager to bar
testimony to its vir tues It differs from
any otner outers in existence, in this special par
tie alar it is not aleoholie.
Korsnoh constitutions and systems as require for
kUOU 1UI lUlhlUU a UlUUalfO sjljlUllAieftUt.
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN TONIC I
Has been provided a preparation in which the sol-
la extracts or toe nnest restoratives ot tne vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution by a spirituous
agent, purged of all deleterious constituents. Tbe
patient, in choosing between these two great anti
dotes, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state tram denuity, tne Tonic snould be
his seleeiioo; but in eases where the emergency is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific required.
Thousands find infin- fk its benefit from tak
ing each in turn. vr There is no phase of
indigestion. Diuousness. nervous disease or Dbvsi
eal prostration to which they are not adapted, aud
in wuion, singly or combined, tney will not efieet
cure,
v
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for 8trentrth. Get rid of the ail
ments wuioh interfere witn eniOTment: east doom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
ua iaao etui, iii auuxija uvgvuiv
NEW MAN
Throngh the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and eor-
reotivee'
flOOFLAXD'S GERMAN BITTERS.
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debilitv. and
all the eomplaints which proceed from a want of
proper action in tbe liver, tbe stomach and the
Dowels, are eradicated Dy a oourse of this great
CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only combats and eonaners diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealtby
influences. Persons whose occupations and put
suits snoject them to the depressing effects of a
eiose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
otot Iteordany whicH malaria ngeaders.j Inra
lixVVi a JlJtUKtf mi i
WASTING AWAY,
Witllont any Siweimi eomclaint. ernent aarrmilnit.1
Hjwl.natinn nt Vwvlil itmngth nA
will find in the BIT- TERS a fountain o
Titallty and vizor, as I retreamnar and ti1-
eratin as a pool in the desert to the sand -score tied
and fainting travelers.
,..HOQrLAND'S.V,
cms Vi;. ;
GERM AIT BITTERS
Is composed of the pore inices (or. as they are me
dicinally termed. Extracts), of Boots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio aumixture of any
kind.
rJaOQPvLANJJ'yS J
GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality of 8anta Cms Bum,
Orange, etc., making one of the must pleasant and
agreeable remedies ever ottered to tbe pnblio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com-ilaint.'Jaemdiee.-Dy-'-1
-1 pepsia, - Uhronio oi
ervons Daailitv. sW ijhronia Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a. disor
dered Liver or stomaoh.
such
as Consti
pation, Inward
Piles, Fullness of
Blood to the Head,
mood to tne nesc
-I in a -r Aridity. of xtb $taua
D JH fi fstiseaLt Heartbaru. j j,
J7 'WFoodTFullnessbrVeigh
.rotemaclw. ---ijiiii
Stomaob. 8our Biructatiuns. Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head. Hurried and Uiffiault
Breathing. Fluttering at tha Heart, Choking or
(suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
vioinosB oi i iBion. 1'oia or rreos oeiore (no
Sight. Ferer and Dull Pain in the Head,
deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the
Side, Back. Chest-, Limbs, etc.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh,
Constant Imagin
ings of Evil, and
Great Depres- -sion
of
Spirits.
TV. tl.. .. .-j 1? t.
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resnUin
from bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your Liver in Older. sa Keep your digestive
organs in a sound. healthy condition, by
the use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
assail you.
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the nse of either of these rem-
edies. They will cureevery case of MARASMUS
without fail
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in
the hands of the proprietors, but spsce will allow
of the publication of but a few. 1 hose, it will be
observed, are man of note and ofleuoh standing that
they must be believed.
THE 'WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PraNSYLTANIA
SPXAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES.
W ho would ask tor more dignified or stronger tes
timony i
HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
rani a, writes :
Phtladb-lfhia. March 16, 1887.
1 find Hoofiand'a German Bitters" is a good ton
io. useful in diseases ftl of the digestive or
gans, and of great ben- aw eat in cases of debil
ity and want of nervous action in the system.
Yours truly. 1.GEU. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. A mil 28. 1866.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medioine in eases of attacks of Indigestion or
D.i spepsia. I can certify this from my experience
of it. I ours, witn respect, ,
JAMES THOMPSON.
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
Prothonotary of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva
nia, wn as. Philadelphia, Sept. 14.1867.
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. It is not an in
toxi ating drink, and may be used benefioially by
person. of allege. "'S-WDEN.
OATJTZOIy-,
Hoofland's German Bemedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature ft oi C. M. JACKSUN
is on the wrapper of each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit.
Prisoipal Office and Manufactory at the German
Medioine Store, No. 631 ARUH STREET, Phila
delphia, Pa,
CHARLES SI. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly 0. M. JACKSON A CO.
FBXOES.
Hoofland's German Bitters, I
perl
bottle i an
Hoofland's German Bitters, half
alf dosen a no
Hoofland's German Tonic, put op in qt. bottles 1 fio
per bottle, or a nan uosen ior oi a.
Do not forget to examine well the artiole you buy
a order to get the genuine.
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Adnunistratrix's Sale of
T.r Real; Estate ,
IN PUESDAVCE OF-AN ORDER OF THE
Probate Court of Franklin county. Ohio. I,
wiu ouar ior sale, at publio auction, on
Wednesday-, 1 tbe' 93d day of Ie--..
cenaber, A. I. I8S,'
at 10 O'clock, fnrpnnnn nnnn ii n'r.miBM ill. fnl-
lyj'ng described real estate, situate in tbe city of
xsuiumuus.ooumv Ol f rank in .n.-l Htata ol unio.
rto-wit:
t Being tbe north half (N ii) of fraction No. S end
iu. i,u. commencing Jij leet Irom toe soutowest
corner of fraction number three and lot No. 4 in
V tioutli Columbus, and from thence north 78deieea,
: eaatl87X feet to an alley; thence with the west
line of said alley north 13 degrees, west 31 K feet;
, thence a westerly direction and parallel with the
Bret line 187 feet to the east line of Front street;
thence a southerly direction and with the east line
of r runt street 31V feet to tbe place of beginning,
being the north hali of said lot No. in said frac
tion No. S
Appraised at 1.300. . i v -. h .
- Terms of Sale One-half ossh ia hand, and the
other one-half in one y-ar from the day f sale
' witn iuteiest, tbe deferred payment to bo secured
by mortsege upon the premises sold.
1 CATHARINE E. SILBERNAGLE. i
Administratrix of Adam Silbernaele, dee'd.
t Wn L. Hktl, her Att'y. .... noT21-dltw4w
:, Sheritl's ' Sale..',.;:.: ' "..
. John P. Trabue et al.,) Courtof Common Pless of
-7" . i ' Franklin county, O.
Alex M. Trabue et al.) . In Partition.
In PrKKPANCB OF Alt OKUtR OF
-sale in the above stated case' from said court
to me directed, 1 will offer for Fale at the door of
the court house, in the city of Columbus, Ohio, on
Saturday, tbe 2Gth day of December,' A.
i i - -:f :D.1868, ... ' '
-at 1 o'clock P. M-, the following' described real es
tate, to-wit: the same being situate in franklin
township, county of Franklin and (State of Ohio,
and boundei ahd described as follows, to-wit;
Beginning at a stsks on the margin of the Scioto
Tiver, being the southeast corner of the Trabue
survey Jio. 63U; running thence on the south line
of said survey south 64 degrees. 30 minutes: west
-97 ee-100-poles toa stake; thence north 40 degrees,
15 minutes; west K'4 80-100 poles to a stake; thence
north 64 degrees, 80 minutes, east 40 4-100 poles to
a stake in tbe margin of the riven thence down
tbe river with the meanders thereof south IS de--grees,
east 11 poles and 60-100, south 36 degrees,
H minutes, east 90 61-100 pole to the beginning,
eontaining20 aores. 1 rood and 38 poles.
Terins One-third easb in hand on. day of sale,
'one-third in one year and one-third in two years '
jron da of sale, back oa.ymeo.ta seoured by mort
ggge on tbe promisee sold..:- i ' , -. : ; i,i
Appraued at 15.000. t,,,. -ji : .
Printer's fees 113 75- 1 ' ,w
: - 4tORGE H. E ARHART, Sheriff. ;l
( : By J. 8. Boll. Deputy.
..DbisblA WtTO. Att'ja. ,.. novas-dUwtd
: i- Sheriffs Sale.'
1-
Isadora Fray i . ;! 1 1
Court of Common
HI.,, at Fr.nklin -
Christopher Kneewater et al.) county -
ewater eial.S.
IN PORSDANCE UF AN' ORDER OF SALE
in the above stated case from said court to me
directed, I will offer for sale at publio auction at
the door of the oourt bouse, in the city of Colum
bus, on , :.-,.. .
Saturday, thel9th davof December, A. D.
,;;,.;...... . ;; .1868,.: ::: ; . ,. ,
atlo'olock P. M J the fullowing described proper
ty. to-witi Situate in. the county of Franklin and
bUt of Ohio, to-wit: , .
- L,ot no. six hot jona r-nort s rnDdivisionor lot
No. nine(9) of Robert Neil's addition to the city of
Columbus, Ohio, sai1 premises eonveyed to said
Chris epfaar Kneewater by John G. UeGuffay and
wife, b.v deed da'ed March 30th, A- D. 1667. . ,
- Appraised at 1240. - .!.;. ' I
k Printer's fees 111 00- ' ; :-it !
.. , ,i, GEOl H.' EABHABT. Sheriff.
.' By J. S. Bull. Deputy. ... .
J. G-: McGttt 'ar, Att'y.' .: '
"novHwwtdfcUs- " .t.K..-
Le gal JJotlce.
A'" 8A . CiiOMEB. W Ht IS SUPPOSED TO
. reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that SoQssn Cromerdid. on the Id day of Noveto
ber, 1868. file ber petition in the office of the Clerk
of (he Court oi Common iPleas, within aadfor the
county of Franklin and State of Ohioi charging
the sail Asa Cromer with williulabeenoe from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last past, and
asking that she may be-divorced from said Asa
Caomr,ndtbat she be allowed reasonable alimo.
OJ.wtich petition will stand for hearing at the
next term of said Court. '
Dated November 4th, 1868. "' i'' ' ' -t '.: '
r i i ji, u-lj ',-.M ... SODSAX CROMER.
By Vy.' A. Ptotlbbadoh. her Att'y. : nov3-6w
9 07 A " NEW PRICE LIST - ' J
f- V.e-t 5giianed this montlr1 by the
HASO & BAHLIX mOKGAIV COm
aDl will sent, post paid. & ever appliaant, con
taining announcemenU of
NEW STYLES OF ORGANS,
H.EJ3UCBD PRICES.
- Four-Octave Organ. Solid Walnut Csse. 50.
. Five-Octave I'onble Keed Organ, Five Stops
Solid Walnut Cfe. carved and panelled. 1L25.
- Other styles at proportionate prices. Wareroms,
154 Tremont street, Boston; 596 Broadway, New
York. , i novi7-w4titT
FOR SALE CR EXCHANGE.
1 n ... . t , . , v : . t
I WILL SFLLOR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
kKTK in the city of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, tbe county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pay the difference, if
: any, in cash. Toe land is situate at tbe corner of
crossroads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
aores cleared. . It is very rich lmd, and well, tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice busch
A good bargain will be giveu.
- - S. W. ANDREWS.
Offioe. corner of High and Broad streets,
mar2-wly -. ; . . , . - , . . .
- ; DR: EC O. HELMIOK
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
- tbe treatment of diseases of Females. There
' are many Indies in every community who sreafflict-
ed with what is teru.ed female weakness. Dr.
I Helmiek hes discovered a remedy tnat ia warrant
: ed to cere the xnobt severe easea. ae matttr how
long staodii g. Ladies can consult tbe Doctor at
his office or by mail, on all diseases peculiar to theii
sex. The strictest privacy observed in all eases
Office Ho. 164 North High street. Cvlumbut. Ohio
ijnB-wly : . . ,
L e and er; Burner's Esi ate.
NOTICE 19 I1EHBKY GIVEN THA r
the undersigned baa been duly appointed and
qualified as administtator of tbe estate of Lean
a or Ru i or, deceased, late of Franklin township.
Franklin county, Ohio. . -
- .November S6, 1863. i
moviitt-w3w .),, . 1C- H. AN'DRICK
-" i- ' ''- WtBTBRir BBaKRVEafiNi.)
WABRt, OBIOi August 10. 186J.il ,- i C
TOTICE US -. HERtBY- GIVEN TO THE
JH! holders of tbe outstanding notes of tbe late
Western Reserve Bank, and to all other parties in-tere-ted,
that after the expiration of six months
from this date, application will be made to the Al-
ditor, becretary aad Treasurer of State, to serren.
dar to said Bank the stocks deposited to eonre the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fif'h (45) section of an act entit ed
"An sol to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies," passed February
44 BAi
' ".'' '' H: U. 1PERK.INS. President:
M. B. Tatlbr, Cashier.-: ' - :
! August 1, leas. ,. ' au28-w6ra
nOtiNTf B1H SCHOOL EX1
KJ NERS' MKETINGS.The Board Of tSchool
Examinersof Franklin euunty meet at the Probate
iourt ttoom en tne laot rriaay ana baturdavo
each month in the year. Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of tbe spring and fall months.
apr0-wU - ii-- . . . .,
. WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F.V A. & L. LESQUEREUX
i ,1.: - - ': . -. -i ;i:,.,
- IMPORTERS AND PEALKKS IN, (
W A T G H E S:
JEWELBT,
clocks, ..--' .ir
- :' ''" SICTER and
;.i rvjr rrz- pXaxeo ware,
CADES,
SPECTACLES,
CUTIiERT,
c.
POCKET-BOOKS and
I' - OPERA GLASSES
, IN ENDLESS YARIETTv, ." '
Keep constantly ea hand a large assortment of .,
Setn Thsmas and Waterbuty Clocks
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade; Also. Agents
... ior tne ., ,
X ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
. es (French and Geneva) in full supply at.
low rates.
- A0" All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. ,
F. A. A L. LESQDEREOX, .
febU-eodly No. 71 South Hih St.. Columbus.
COAL.
I T.I .ALLE N, Agent.!
WIli Li CONTINUE THE COAL, ISO
NEpS at his present stand, .. ,
..TSo. JZS Xorlh Higl, street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell a
the lowest market price.
1 Special attention paid to Shipping.
mylO-eodly-
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
w- . bbooxb. uii. BoraroK.. wm. h. jl b
: J'-Jto iWiB.JBBOOKH,
Cor. Rich AcHisrh 8ts., Columku
Wholesale' Grocers,
DBALB1W TK . . ; . -.
i NEW ORLEANS .8UGAKS AND :
-Island Sugars, Coffee, Tea Si ira. Tobaocos
1 fob6-ly
MISCELLANE 0US
t
THE PLACE TO BUY
! - lamp cooDs, ; :
Kerosene Chandeliers.
Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps.
-Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and beet-kind ot Burners, .Chimneys,
Wicks, or an r thing in tbe Lamp line, ior lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwellings, is at
McHE.NRY A C.'S Depot, . I
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 163 Main street, ,
Cincinnati.
:. '',"- CAS FIXTURES.
Gas Chandelier,
- Hall Lights. i " " .
, Bracket Lights, ' '
Portable Lights.
Ceding and
Window Reflector Lights,
Shades, Globes.
- Smoke Bells,
Oranythin in the Gas Fix'ure line, is at
, . AlcHt'KV A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wronght-iron Pioe (Plain or Galvanized),
.. .Cast-iron Soil Pipe. ,:
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,
i - Malleableand tlast-imn Fittings,
i ; )-' -. Steam Valves, Stop Cocks,
" ' Gas. Service, a id
' - 1' . ' - MeterC ck,Ae..Ae.,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at
. ' McHr.NKY A CO.'S Depot. J :
- .a Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street.-
Pumps & Plumbers' Goods.
Cistern and Well Pumps,
Lift and Force l'uuips, ,
Beer Pumps, (iarden Pumps, Ac. .
Bath Tubs, Closets, ''
. . W aab-sUnds. Wash Trays,
. Bath- Boilers.. Sinks,
Ac; Ac Everything in tbe above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prioes. at 11
f -i fioaESBY C.'S Depot.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw,cattmg Machines, Stocks and Dies. I 'rills
Reamers and Taps, Pntent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and ; Ordinary' Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Flyers, Gas Fitters Au
gers. Chisels, Ac, Ac Kverrthing in the above
line alwais on band and for taleatlhe manufaotui
er's trade rates, at
McHENRYi CO.'S,
N.' 8 Eaet Fourth Sc 162 Main Street
- C CTI-sef30-wSm k C1SCISITATI.'
.-MONEOAVED. -
"We are constantly pureoasing for cash in the New
York and Boston Markets, all kinds of
DRV AND FANCY GOODS. SILKSj COTTON
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW
l&G MACHINES. CUTLE Y. DRESS
GOODS. UOME8UC GOODS,
c.. Ac,
Whlohwn are actually selling at an avorige price
of One Dollar for Keen Article. Our
sales being strictly fot cash, and our trade much
larger tban that of any ither similar concern, en
ables us to give better bargains than oan be obtain
ed of any other house.
Are especially Invited to give ns" a' iriaf.
Send for a Circular and Exobanqb List.
Our olub system of se ling is as follows: For 13
send SO patent pen fountains and checks riescriWin.
Jo different articles to be sold for a dollar each; 40
for 14: 60 for 16; MM for lift. Ac. Kent by mail.
Commitment larger than tkote offer td by any other
firm, according to site ol ciuh. Single lountain
and cheek. 10 cents.- Male and female scents want
ed'; - kt.d lll.a.T In Keg-ielered ettere.
Send us a trial club, and ou will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to bny goods of any other
nouse inereauerw ,- - - .-1 - . I
EASTMAN A KENDAI L.
-- -w 85 Uano. ex street, BosLosuAUss,
BB-iul-wm . . - e c a ,j "
HOV JO ECONOMISf.
FOR ONE DOLL AR -
Con Can Bny Everf Deecriptien -t
'DRY AND FANCY GOODS. r
SILVER-PLATED WAR Er Ac.
SENB FOR CIKCIJI 4 K, GIVING FULL,
particulars, or send ONE DOLLAR and receive
ten checks describing ten different artioles, whioh
we will sell fcr One Dollar Bach, and as a Coa
HI89ION to the. sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300, .
For 3, : 30. checks and 2k yds. Sheeting,
For $5, 50 checks and 30 jds. Sheeting,
For $10, li iU checks and 65 yds. Sheeting,
or other articles eqtmllyvaluable. "-. -
Mumld "the articles named on ft e Checks not be
desired, a selection can be made from our x
CHAGB List, which is greater than that of anv
otherheuser end sa our goods are acknowledged to
do superior loany omer concern, we aaow uiiiaiter
patronising us once, you will continue to do so.
Male end female agents wanted everywhere.
DO.VT FAIL TO SESD FOR CIRCULAR.
. . Address, . - . .
' . LABONTE A BABBITT.
f- - r- .---.-r 83 budbuxy St., Boston. Muss.
nov9-w4t-iB-r -
' BELCHER, JAMES & CO.'S "
Great One s! Dollar, Sae.
THE MOST LIBERAL CONCERN OF , THE
.KIND I.i THE COUNTRY:. 1
I..-- f.'i . .- , - . -j-., S:-l
THE SUlALLEir ABTICLK OX OTJK
checks can be exchanged at any time for a
splendid large Concertina, or a five-bottle revolving
silver-plated Oas'or. or taentr-four French Stere
nsoopio Views We have on hand over half a mil
lion Hollers' worth of goods. - The largest and most
valuabloetock of Linens, Woolens, v ottons. Flan
nels, Dress Goods.F'anoy Goods, Plated Ware. Cut
ler?, MeerscbaaarPipesj. Ac, fcc ol ANY 1H)L
LAR SALE House in America. -We import onr
own itood sv and can sell in large or small quantities
ai importers' prioes. This never bas'been done be
fore, aud is causing a romplet - panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherererbur goods am sent
If yi u wish to buy goods cheap, now is the time 1
We are bound to sell h Everything sn(d at the uni
form rate of ONE DOLLAR EACH. - "Those get
ting up clnbs for other firms will do Well to stop
where they ,re, and send for our C-.roulsr.'-- Onr in
ducements are d uble these of any other concern.
Agents, Look Hertl'
Fcr a slab of Thirty and 13. we send one of tbe
following atticles, free of charge: Twenty yards
of heavy brown or bleaehed yard wide Sheeting; 1
Don jIb Lent French Stereoscope, with 94rick f.T
eign views; 1 Larlies ret- Morocco TravetingHag;'
20 pairs Ladies' fine Meiino 8tockitgs; 1 genuine
Meerschaum ripe, amber mouthpieoe. in splendid
ease: 1 Violin aud Bow. in box. complete; All
Wool Caslimere.-for pants; pais Lsdies'. extra
quality Cloth Boots; 1 dozeu firje Linen Towels: I
Steel Carving Knife and Fork with ivorv balanced
handle, very best - quality: Gents' heavy chased
solid Gold Ring; elegnr-t Delaine Dress Pattern: 1
dos. beavy silver p ated whitemetal Dessert Forks;
1 dosei Roger Bros best iieav? plated wnie met
al Tea Spoons; 6 Enir-.ved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1
rieh SO-ktyed metal bound Concertina, retails for
110. -.- ... . .. ,.,.) :
Fof a club of Fifty and SI, one of the following?
articles: One web- of beavy brown er blea-hcd
yard wide Sheeting; 1 b aok or colored Alpacoa
Dress Pattern; 1 p.ir All-Woo Blankets: Engraved
tilver plated 6 brttle Revolving Castor; let ivory
ba aneed Knives, with silver piaied - white -metal
Forks;! pair Gnt's Calf Boats: 15 yarn good
Print; 4 yards double width kVater-froo , for
Cloaking; 1 C-quare Wool .Shawl: three and a hK
yanls very fine Cnssiinere, for pants and vest: b an
titul Pop'in Dress. Pattarn; loo-Pictuie Turkey
Morocco Photograph Album,
For . olubDf.Oile-Hnniirad and 114, presents va
rying in value from 113 rol-25.
For a club of Five Hundred and 150, presents
from-161 te 1100 Larger clubs increases in the
same ratio. Premiums sent aitb gauds. . r
Circu-ars free tuany address. Send all money
by registered letteror mraey order. Addreaa -
- BELCHER, JAMES A CO., .
Successors to A. S. Hardy A Co.,
- I ASBromfleld stBosuui. Mess,
dec5-w4w-rB - ..... - .
on one
COLLAR "SE
CLicenaed by the United istaies Authorities
GR5AT, ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODS; SILKS, WO 'LENS,
fUTlON, - u.Kr,EHtfS, BOOTH' and
- SHOES. SILVER PLATED WARc.
" WATCHES. SEWING MACHI.1ES. '
CUTLERY. Ac. Ac. 1. ,
To be sold at the average trice of 1 1 .00 Each
Onr commissions for elubs exceed those of other
estaDiienments. and our goods are warranted to give
satisfaction. Clubs of Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from 13 to C100'. New Circular
and full particulars sent free H iLolH.
"n At vw.v AO tiauever tit., Roston
...- j- novl3-w3m-p-r
jrWindow Glass Warehouse.
BmimiSl .,. H.- .SHOEMAXEE,
PHILADELPHIA.'-
rtrrOBTBB OF
French and English Window Glass,
French Piste G.a-.s for Windows.
Frenoh Looking Glass Plates.
-Hammered Plate Glass for iSkylights.
" " " " Floors.
Colored and Ornamental Church Glass.
Flute I G ass for .Conservatories, every sise and
tmoaness. ' ' 3 . ;
Bv the Original Case, "Box. or Single Light.'
' Square or cut to any Irregular Shape.-nov21-w3oi-CF
, r -.--in
Drs. Warner & Eramiriger,
DENTISTS
BTJC1XEYE 'BIjOCB:.
REGARDING TM1S TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
wa rordiallv invite von In call at onr DleAsant ll.n-
tal rooms. No. 18 East Hroad street.
Yonr intelligence will discriminate between tha
Ignorant pretender arjui the properly qualified Den
tist. . . ' .
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with com
CV, and serve the purposes ot speech, mastication
. - i oeauty. As Dentists we aim to be the beet and
i nis 11 that's good. t
Teeth extracted without pain. y7-w8m
F
DR THE OUPA How to intesf a
Dolfar profitably- tend 95 cents for s
eate in Packard A Co.'s Grand .bq idaj Duuiiu-,
tlOU. CODBIBLlUB Ul muuo, niw iQUI, UU1 - SUfl j
ver Watches, Jewelry, Ac , valued at tfto.OOO
t-. ..:.!. n Km itinnn.Mit nf .V. . .
,cij d,iv v. u iu. wopuiar una
Dcllsr plan, and not to be paid for until you know
li a V J wu av.w.vb... w.i . I UU.L6B HQ. CirCUlatS
sent on r.ceipt of 25 cents or fire for 11.
piiiciuniri) biiv.,ic...,i. .
C-nov2J-w4w ... Cincinnati, 0.
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
i 1
BALTIMORE & OHIO. RAILROAD.
i ' . .- . :;! 0i'.: .: a ,'.l:uV ' i. .
.Three Trains LeareColamkii (fJalon
, Itupot), Aiuilr (Muudav.AxceyteS.)
3:85. A.!'M.-'N1GHT EXPRESS.' arriving st
anetiviiie at e:u a. ju,; neuaire at iuao A. n , '
Baltimore at 65 A, M.; W aahington City at 8:40
- ' 'I A;hl,' ' .
1 :i0 A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS rrivirg
at Zanesviile at 1:47 P. M : Bellaire at 6:10 P M ;&
- Baltimore at 11:10 A- M.; Washington City at!2J5 7
r. m.. .,
e:t8 P. M. EXPRESS MA IU arriving at Zanes
viile at 4:55 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.; Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M.i Washington City at 530 P.M.
,r' .. . ' 'i: -- 'Mi-liI I J ItlJl "; - il 1
Close connections made at Baltimore end Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
''Passenger, hoi ling through tickets to Eastern
eities have the privilege of ' i ' " . ;
.i-H.-K ?lt!f! o
No Change of Cars at Ohio1 River
i - ':... -. ! ..i-if : 1-- U -r ''
- - '.- :" : t - !s-.- : '
SLEEPIN Q , CARS -OJT J ALL t NTGHT
n i. TRAINS.:.!::; : - : .r-a-i
, .. .. : r -. -i :--. , .: .
Ask lor TICKLTS yla BELLAIBE
- i JNO L.WILSOJIJ Master of Transportatitn
.. L. M. COLE. General Tioket Agent. - -'
JNO. W. BROWtf. Gen'l Passenger Agf.
.r.r.
MEDICAL. ,
DRUNKENNESS
h a .l j V
.", . CURED tVITH .,. ,
DR. JOHNSTON'S- SPECIFIC.
THE ONLY infallible' KEiicnv.
' Can ba givira with or without the knowledge
of the patienu Dr Johnston's Treatise on VDrunK
enness, its ?onseqnenoes and Cure.' free on ap"
plication. Frio, nf Specific pec bottle, 11 50, cr
three bottles for 14.00. -i'
-'' ; J. Ischiteller,,' ..,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Columbus, 0
1 -"' SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
j sepl-drAsAwly. j. ;,si,; ..... y- ,-, . ti
A PERFECT CURE
For. Dyspepsia, Fever. and Ague,' Aci
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, '
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all .
diseases arising from a disordered state'
ef the Stomach, Liver of Intestines.
'"Prepared' by Seward ' &' Bentlbt,
DruggisB, Buffalo, N. Y. ,! Sold ' by all,
druggists, " ;-''' ''": -i -
-Hi t SAMUEL A Co.; Wnolesale Asents''' ' '
rBB-ap4-dftcsAwly:- , - ,i!'j i :'. , '. j
The Gremt Tied lei ne fbr the Skln, rorea'
without fail, every blml of: :,
sightly ernptloim. .of. -the fikce
or Itch inc. Irrltntlns, or.
1 -.
distreMlnff entairV'onsi
or the iMMon,-
- ' It ra menrtjt nliewtri mm of ffini morHfyitte rra-S
Hon. and I nm now fonkiui anite tike a dmil" writM
Charfe E NoMf. (.eneml Aeat of Mich. Central fI
n. it,., iij orojiaway, a. J, ... .; 4 -
W find it an bi&atrtnbfe rem?i for Tttter, tc.f '
. write His ley Bro., Druggistn. Fairliil, Ipwa, ( ,
" hate tried yor vnlit'iMe rrmrdy for ttarbefu .
Jfch ttitk great ico0s,1'--write8 C. W. Duinonl. of
LeomitLstur,, Hats. ( , , ( . , ., ,4 . . j ;
, Bt-nd Tor circular . Price, 75 cti. ao. tl.OO, ,f .
' Prepared only 6y J ' SOLON' PAtMER,' '
. ii ' 36 West-Fortrth Street, Cincinnati, (X- 1
i -1 For sale by DruggwU senerally '
ept2I dcodttwly r ,. . .i: : ,. :- : i . t;
the science; of. health.
TVKK MAP. HIS OWN fttftMCIAN
Xli Holloway's Pills aad Holloway's Ointment.
Disorders of tbe Stomach. Liver and Bowels Tbe
8tomaoh ia tbe areat center whioh influences the
health or rii.eaaa nf tha svetem abused or debili
tated by excess indigestion, offen iive breith and
pnyMcal prostration are Wa natural consequences.
Allied to the brain, it is the source of headaches,
mental depression, aerveas complaints aad uniw
Iresbin? sleep. . The Liver, becomes affected and
generates bilious disorders, pains in tbe fide. Ac.
T e Bowels sympathise by CoetiveaesR, Diarrkrea
and lvanrtrv Tn. nrincinal action of these Pills
is on the stomach, and tbe liver, langs. bowel-and
kidneis participate IB their, recuperative and re.
generative operation. Erysipelas and !alt Rheum
- are two of the most common and virulent disorder
prevalent on t-is continent. Io these the OinU
ment Is especially antagonistic. Its "modus oper
andi" is first to eradicate the venom and -then com
plete the core. Bad Legs, Old Sores and Ulcers,
cases of manv years' standingthat have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any otheT remedy or
irenvuicui ubvo mvari.oi.v buucuiuuou lu . lew .ii-
plications of this powerful unenrnt. Eruptioas on
the kin. arising from a bad state of the blood or
cbronio diseases, are eradicated, and a clear and
transparent surface regained by tha restorative ao
tionof this Ointment. It surpasses many of ibe
ooemetics and other toilet aprlianeae fin"- power
to dispel rasaes and utDer a snaurements ot ths
face. Feirale Complaints, wheth t in the young or
oiu, marrieu o biobic, t iuo iuiid ui wonianoooa
or the turn of life, these tonic medioine' displays
decided en influence that a marked improvementis
soon perceptible in the health of the patient, v
ing a purely vegetable preparation, they are a safe
and reliable remedy for all classes of Females in
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 tbe use of this emolient; warm fo
mentations should precede its application. Its
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
invariable. ... .:..,-
Both tbe Ointment And Pi'ls should boused
the following cases: i -.3 -
11 : 11 l-l i 1 J. riiflliUin. F,a-
"uuiuua, iiui us, i-iibi I'd! iinim.-, - - ,1
tela. Gout, Lumbago, Mercarial Eroptions, files,
Rheumatism. Ri gworm. Bait Kbeum, BcslUs,
Skin Diseases, Swelled Glands.' Sore Legs, Sore
Breasts, Sore Heads. Sore Threats,! Seres of all
kinds. Sprains, Stiff Joints. Totter. Ulcers, Ve
nereal Sores. Wounds of all kinds.
. CAUTION 1 one are genuine unless the words
"Hollow at, Nbw 1 om and London "are dis
eernable as a Water-mart ia every leal ef tbe book
of directions around each pot or box; the same may
be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light.- A
handsome reward will be g'Ten to buy one render
ing such information as may lead to the detection
of any-party or parties counter few vutr (hmedi
cinesor vending the same, knowing them to be spu
rious. , y .. ,, ,.. -j ,T ..,
" Sold st In manufactory of Professor Hol
Ioway, B Maiden Lane, New York, "end b all- re
spectable Druvgista and Dealers in Medicine
Miiwagunut civiiiseu world.
, " There is considerable saving by taking the
larger sues. Mi , ,,. , ... ., ; s.t
N. B Directions for the guidance of patient, ia
every disorder are affixed to each pot ana box.
jylKwly- -.isii -. u'o !: it. .!-.-: is I.. .
MO- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nbw
Co 1KB or Lbctchbs. as delivered at.th New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tbe sub
jects: How to live and what to live for,- Youth.
Maturity end -Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed : Tb cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage pi.ilosoph
ically considered, Ac.-, "i 1 '' -. t . . "
rocket volumes oontaining these lectures win oe
forwarded to partie- nnable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, bv addressing Si.C fcTA K , Ngw j
VOKK VlSKt M OF ANATOMY AXB SCIKNCB.
Bboiitit lirrl'ou.' THT-febU-dly
i jrtl a
:
1
BALTIMORE & OHIO. RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO.
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
-
The Shortest Route WestNo Change o( Cars to
'Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolis.' -
FOUH TRAI5S DAILY leave Union. Depot. Co
lumbus, onand sfter Ner.12. J868.as -;
-foUow.i- "IJ
800 JvMJaT0LEDU AND DETROIT EX
S'uftfLi1'83 ffandar cepted) Arrives
at Milford 9:1T a m, Urbaoa Uhlu a in, Uellefont.ine
Lf ls;,'d,,i"k7 :0B ' Filu 11:16 m. To
iedo&-0pn. Detroit 10:40pm. ,
This train is run expressly Tor Toledo end D
Iwi.J"11,"' "!' lettotb, place 3 hear
stneod qf any otheunnte.
I'l1! h V MAU' AND PEORIA EXPRESS
m.- lihy' pted) A"ive. atBrad.ord
Junction 4.-40 p m. Kiohirond Iras , m. India-ano-lis80
p m, Logansport 10:50 p m. Chicsgi 800 am.
Peoria :25 a m. Ga esretrt 9:00 a m. Bnrlinvtr..
Iowa. 11:05 a m. keokuk B:30 p m. Qom lSm'
Louisville 2:30 a m. Terae Haute 11:17 p m, Mattoon
iH3 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 47 a n, Alton 80 a
m. St Louis 8:15 a m, Lafayette 1S.-O0 mid. Spring
field. Ill ,7:0am. .,-. .- ; ?
. Passengers bi this train reach St Louis the next
morning tionre ahead and for points west
of St. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of
all other routes.
K'K.i v- M- CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
'PRESS tSundars excepted)-- -Arrives at
Piqua9rU5p m. Toledo tX0 m. (i.triit.S:10 a ta,
Bradford Junction t JSb p m, Logansport 10 a m,
t'hicaeo 8.-f0 a m, Indianapolis 2:J6a m, Terre Haate
l-JOamattoooSiAsRaaPMallM a m. Alton
S ilO- p m St. Louis 4:00 p ra. L-iai ett-75 a m,
Springfield. Ills ,4:25 p m. Quincy 110 p m, Keo
kuk loo a m. Loeiaville 8.-0u am.JiaehviUeSiOOp
m. Memphis 10:00 a m.
AW Sleeping ears run in this trafn' frosi Colum
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is ijeeidedl. the te-t train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Loois and Louisville, as U makes quicker
time an t a-rives at St. Louis and - Louisville 9
noura ahead and makes direct conn.ctions for
all points West and South on train in adrano of
aoy other rou tew , . .. t . .. g t f
19'lfl A. Jl.' NIGHT EXPRESS.' Daily via
f'i lndianaonlis (Mondays excaoted), ria
LoganeDort. Arrive at Bradford Janctaon 4:16 a
m. Logansport :40 a m. Chicago SrJB p m. Peoria
535 pm, Keokuk 10:45 pm. Indianapolis 836am.
Terre Haute 12:15 p mvamville T30 pm. Mattoon
3:16 pm. Cairo4:lSa m. Paaa 5.-00 p m. Alton 9M0 p
m, t-t. Iauis 1:I6 p m. l.afnyette 3:10 p nr. Leuis
Yi le 5M p n.:NashvilIe 5:00 a m. Memphis 4:15 pnv.
Passengers by t-iis train arrive the same day at
St. Louis ty, hours and Chicago 6 hour ahead of
any other rout.,; .:..1(t..!t. , .,, ...,..If., ;
STATE KOOM SLEEPING C1R9
Bun in this train from TUtsbnrgh to Indianapolis.
-:t Call for Tickets vi Logansport or Indian
apolis. J -'
;ap' TieketJ for sal atUnina and Piqu Depot.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad, Ticket
Offioes. i i . i,
F. CHAKM.ERren1 Ticket Agent.
IO ; c : 1 J M. LUNT, Gneral Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS.
—AND—
... - :n; r ii: i -..vliiri
Cincinnati Railroad.
3Dily,'
. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on th
Little Miami Sc Col Unions Sc Xenial
- - i tIIrodj. - ' i'.-i.;)
'''"" t in-y:tfj -x Sii ill
NIGHT EXPRESSiaLaazBS Columbus at 1:11
A. M.i Will stop at Delaware, Cardintrton, Gilead,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby. ' Shiloh. New London.
W'elliniton. Gratton and Berea, arriving at Cleve.
land at65 A.M.,New York 7.-00 A.M. This train
leaver Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO.'l ACCOMMODATION Leaver TTolamkus
at 5.-00 A. M; i Will stop at all way. stations, ,-1'his
train starts front the Freight Yard. "
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A, M.. W ill stop at Delaware.Ashley.Carding
ton. Gallon, Crestline. Shelby, New London. Wel
lington. Graf ton and Berea., - Arrives at Cleveland
at 3 P. M ., New York next day at 1:30 P, M.
VAIL AND EXPRESS'- Leaves Celum bus at :)
P. M. - Will atop at Worthitgtoa, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Vhelby and Khiloh',
New London. Wellington, Grafton an Berea. Ar-i
rive at Cleveland at:0 P. M., New York 7:5 P.M.
' Passengers for Kort Wayne and Cbieagei by tak4
ing ibis train, will get tleeping ear at Crestline at
6:00 P M.. arrive in Fort Wayne at 110 P; td4
Ch cago at 6:00 A. M. being in advance of all oth
er rout, have ample time for breakfast, and take
tbe earliest train for the West ,
SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODATION VIA DELJ
AWARE Leaves- Oolumbua at .130 P. M.- Will
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at S:HJ p. M., Springfield
e:50 P, M.. Ibis train leaves Springfield at 3:00 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 15 A. M.; Columbus1
MieOAtJL, ii .-.j , , .. ,- , -,o,n.,,
Patent Sleepias; Cars are raa on all -Night
Train te CbloaxBpo, m -j
iii .Hetr York and-b, ,;) n
r. : -.,. h B4W1Q1U, ..y, ra ,
- AW Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. . , ;
RETURNING: "-''
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:41 A.M. -1
Cincinnati Express arrives at Colnmbas all; r
i Mail Train arrive at Columbus at P. M. .
Springfield Aooonuuodation arrives at Columhua
at 10:40 A. M.- - -' ' -t-- ' "
Faro as -ow aa by any Otner Route.
i Ask. for Ticket via Crestline ot Cleveland, .;
, I,. ' U.S. FLINT, 'T
- '.' ' Superintendent, Cleveland.'tJhlo. 1
.-i - . i it; r- i.i jajiiia riiiUKBUJ,.
Agent, Cplumh, a. Ohio.,
- Columbus. Nor 28. 1868.
3
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
:i iuo
On an after1 MONDAY. Not. 13d; 1868, 'FOUR
' TRAINS DAILY will leave Coiumbu
FOS CINCINNATI,' L0DI8YILLB, CAIB0, BT.1
ti lOTTB, DAYTON, BI0HltOHD,; '"a
-. .1 DIANAPOLlB k CHICAGO1' "'
Withoulehangeof ears tri DAYTON and RICH '
r - M0 D, and only on chart re of car ,to IK , t
D1ANAP0L1S and CHICAGO,'
, Connection are reliable aa (plnwi- L
FIRST TBAijf tDaliy) I
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati. Circle-rill.
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill icothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Leveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at Wa- ra.--i tnj . k .... .
'-fulfil
8EC0ND TRAIN." "
'. i i:'.in (Daiiy -exoept SundaysJ ' ; ":!J
beaves at- 500 A.- M . for Ciaoianati, Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. Soalh Charleston. Stlma,
.- Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan, Milford, ar
riving at Cinc-onati at -136 A. M., cormectinf
with th Mail Boats. .
i THIRD TRAIN.: j ;1 v :ii '..:'i
.-:-..!: Dily exoept SundaysJ 4 :-.s .
Leaves at 145 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aaaV
- Sprir gfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
l,fcNlVa.:.ill -,..J J...B lib ...
FOUKTH TRAIN. . - '
. '.I : iv fDarly except Sunday. .'-i n "'
Leaves at 8 P.- M. foi Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield ria London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefiersnn. : London, Sooth Charleston, Selma.
Cerarville. Xenia. Morrow and LovelaBd, and ar
riving at Cinoinnati at 10:40 P. M,
? M III. I ; .. ll'.'j -J.ll- j !-. 1
. .--!.. :: i. .. I..!. ; 'CH li.il
Sleeplnsr Care
on 'till Nlrh"Tra!,
-:-'- -,!) L-
. 11 IVTI'1
HENRY BROOK3.TrcketAgn6''
XI Ci I" A I AHV r LJ, a 11. Q31
.. W. H. H. SHINN, Agent.-
JOTTW DUKAND.
Ytliv
j-Ciaoii
lien 1 rinpennienoeui, 1 r.::
. 1. n-HkiKN .VaonnaH,
Gerl Ticket Ag't.J
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE HODTB. f' 'i:i-.:i
,7 j -Ti i-.l.li. -' 1 'I' "' i'. -, V nil !
On and alter June 39th. If eft. traina will ran "
follows: - i : . 'in. r.. z.-i
Leave. S. Y. Express Mail Fast Line,
Columbus 1:00 A. Mr:15 P.M. llrai A.M.
Newark .v,J..V96AtM...i 8-5 P. lljl Jts fiM,
SteuKeoville-v-.00 A. M, . S.-40 P, M-: .5:16 P. MT
Arriveat' ,J ''- 1 -' " '
Pittsburgh ..,,11. 10 A. M, 1.12:0 M, T.-WP.Mi
Harrisb-arg 1:20 P.M. 12:!0 P. M. 6KI0A.M.
PhiladelpMa.; 1 A.M. 40P.M. ' LSA.Mt
New 'ork-M.i6;0A.M. , 9M P. M., 110 A.M,
Baltitrlore.X!. -49 A. M. 6.-20 P; ii. "13:30 P. M,
WasbingtoBi.. M A. M. : tMP . M . 4 P. Hi
Boston ;.. 6:00 P.M. ll.-OOP. M-
6 E'ewantkfa'ercomBleepirgoarsoeelTeight trains!
O th ast Linethecelebrated. "Silver Palae',
'dsv and nlsbt cars are run thriiueh from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New 1 "rhiwrthcrathapgeij,i:
r Passengers by the 1K)0 A. M , Sunday train
arrive in Wow York all o'elock Monday morning,
an advantage never beforepfiered. . . . . .
' ' S' F 'SCULL
' i: l'U.??'LTiek"t At, Bttabenvill.-, bv i
W. W. CARD.Supenntendert. MeabenvUle. O,
' . H.B.BROOKS, 1
'mFr.TAa' -
juneia-dly-juS - . .. L-'.ra ui-'ut
1 I J'1 N' '. 1 j
ASSAGE TO AHn FRon
CHEAT,
' Britain and Ireland, hv Stm.t,; .. i.-. -, !
Yerk.eontinoe to ig-n Passege TioKeta.'availafala
far. twelv -1 maontha--from '.ondnn . 1 r
Queenstown, and Drafts,' refsble on demand fr3
any amourt.from Al ando-warjlji-. i. ",; ; I
dailhi lajar. . ,,,.!,.' O -Affects.
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