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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
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nan una xpress. mu
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Ao. 1 Accommodation 5:00 A. M. 7.45 P. M J
Thi. tralnleeves Sunday morning not Monday,
. JAMES PATTKkMON iZZF
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l-iiut. til"1-'"9'- J-'aaaTM.-fc'iaarra.
thrift xpres.,i.w!K-.r2:40Ai M-vWO A. iL
nldajxpn...,t.8i00 A, JL... 1.-0$ Pv ti.
Day In.ii.;M('1iW !:15 P.'MTiilKO A.' Hi
invwYrf j.-;.-!.) nu :eA. Biu. Agent '
MhMrr Wranjel tlftwark B.Kl
LYbbus mn Newark and asrwees follows-
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Mail auoVxpreMf.-..-,...lo.lo A.Sf. 8.SS P.M.!
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Daaaima AeeommodaUoa ttartt from frvictt
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FASHIONS FOR THE MONTH.
All evening dresses, and what may te
termed fete toiteltes,' 'will" to extremely,
costly this season iwhile all short mora
iiffoebstuma will .be the reverse as
simple as it will be- possible to maker'
.he egantes, for xample re now
rarelyi ior.bp en.; dn. foot except in cos
tumes made either of cloth or reps. The
leaders. o- fashion '. wea. costumes com
posed' tiu'sV H 1 ' - ' i;t.i
lA ipetticoat trimmed 1 according to the
taste of "the wearer either with 'one deep'
ffodnce',1 o'"witll!8everallarrow, flounces,,
or with numerous rows, of brairj ; the po
lon Use or rtdingote is mad of the same
material as the dress, is trimried 'in;,!:-1
cordance with the petticoat,' and is looped,f
tip, Aft the hips. '.This is all.'. The sleeves
are very close fitting, and the polonaise'
is fasten 'straight dowft front! J;Ar
w.1degrps( grair, waistband ; and if ihe
weatier'ia cold, a small paletot to:matchH
ATQ Added. ' )'- i l :-;l. .!.'.:(
Gimpiwhh jet barlsj and biigTes ih-:
twmXed,itayfi!';ahnost completely' dis
apeare r.jhy. are replaced by. dead-s
looking gimps, and by trimmings whicn
match the dress.:1 Bands of fur are like
wj' dally .becoming; jerjr popolaf trim-'
mlngs. 1 !'i
rTha Bordeaux ot claret olor-k Tery
popnlart '7Aiid;!'ihiaf ' trunmhigs- consist ;
either of the samejnaterial a flounce'
beaded by a, -at ,rnoKe t oil bows of
bjack; gToe- grain. When; tha- toilett is
quite neglige, no panler is worn, but thr
skirt is looped up at the1 sides kimply a,
ia UTaraargo' or dressy; toilets, on the
contrary, panier is alway:added, and
underneath th panier ";ago'bow.'l,
', Bows 6f ribbon, and of the'samp;ma: j
triaTfas .the: $ress, areLfiw1 lavished, on,
costumes and toilets of all descriptions,!
aacTther are'made in every imaginable
forni ;k Bound bows,r Tbowswith- three-lobpsifair-khaped
bows," simple bows, etc"
etw are .all worn,-, ; Besides ornamenting
the skirt, they are aow frequently to W
seen adorning the armholes. When, dis-
ttibuted witn taste, tney lorm an . ex-,
ceedingly graceful trimmings
For alotS cost amesf fli ve,r gTeeo and ;
dark blue are the fashionable colors, aad .
dark garnet is1 1 someti mei w;orn.. ' Green
apd; biae plaid cashmere and flannels axe ;
sJaotTcory -popitlarMie .jr,'f H
Red, in all its Various shades, is very :
inncUVworttini the' house, as well as all
Blades 'pfyejiowthe iaurorai hick is,
iary j light, to the bright marigold, :dark
brown nastnrtiam ORed -may bei irorn
wHbl advantage ' by;, blondes i but only.
biuneties ehoiild ventnre pn. yellow, - a
Persons -i who 1 prefer .-very -"Simple
toiletswitboutbowa or ahy looping up,
willingly wear an nnderskirt jnst touch
ing the, grpunrSJai second- skirt,
shorter from, twelve to sixteen inches,
bat not looped op. i i?'.!- lit
Almost 11 'dWSseS" are:vinade'iriihf
d6nbIeisklrts,with'kin'6re':or' less' pro-;
nounced tournnrek : JBotb skirts-are not
not always of theusame material; the
under one is often striped, while the' pp-
pet one ir plain. ....-. ..; ;!
? rkrnacea.and, lEnciea. are ithe. trim
ming preferred. Fashion, which had
given them- Up for eoine time, now shows
them more favor than eVer. " ' " '
Che Marie. Antoia.atte: ia, every day
gaining in popularity. . This is exceed
ingly becoming 'to a 'well-shaped arm;
for a thin arm, hV sleeve' "puffed ' from
the. shoulder to -the, wrist is more suita
ble. ' .(.1 t-;rL.i i" ' : I"
With low bodices cut squarey-OTvopen
in the beart-shape in front, theTashidn
or necklaces' baa come In again. Hand-;
some necklaces aremade of precious
stones set WithirJ smairgold medallions.'
Many1 are -also made'oi amber beads,
garnets or jets; for jet, though discarded
ftoni be; tijmming of dresses, is , stilL
much worn for demi-toilet; jewels, me
dallions and crosses, are also much worn
suspended from black velvet; the! Chau
oinesse necklace haift cross also of vel
vet. 'It can be worn as well, with high
dresses as with low ones. ' -;l !.: ,',
" The fashions for sacques, "cloaks; etc
is 85Lvarie4jhat4t is impossible to. de
Bcnbethem. In. addition, however, to
the winter mantelet already illustrated,
we iriva eacription of another .very
-amfrmaJet and called the Mao Farlane.
Fancy a paletot, ample and loose, but
toneof all ddwn iU front,' Without sleeves,
but with slita only, for, the arms, a peler-Kgiu-
on eitherside; at the seam,
of thelhoulders and is continued p fron
thus forming two streaming lapeb; i;
the, backthere is no. pelerine, but f
?nd hood, gathered in byf means of
nbboa;; ''".7 '::' ;.rv-VAv.v
.;c;w j
Mi? .3S
Bonnets are as numeroe'ii04b?mQ51A
me BacqueB, ana asdimcuic to ao jnsiioe
cuicu juerceaes, ana it seems to Decome
age.
of black velvet puffings. A torsade b3
man words ; U should always be Been
WiF hesifluartersnd se pr yourselves
what fashion requires.'"
As we 'said last week,' here is but lit
tie ehangtf even in'fetylef :furs; dark
m Farmer have, perhaps, the largest as-
rjment.wt turn in,tbe Qity, and from i
survey of4their stock we gather the fol
lowing: items : ' "
,u Mi. l,.ulijnL4Aj.t.iia
U1 BUUIO J coin uoo UCCU 1UUJUIW
ba the l9ld-fashionedBOtr would- be
iroegbt tot, but the pcediqion remains
fVilnllefl, But Uiere 8(jme approach
to it in the narrow bow that ties in one
knot, with lone; elds reachtili to the
waiit The'smallorr, nademp of-a
eisgle 6k.iu, .with tba head, ceaiainipg ,as
an ornamen.-'The bowdbfes ,001. gain 1
favor rapidly, most ladies preferring the
collar? bQ t tnose mVde of whfttf are much
w!orereWana'tbenl
its glittering eyes, is much admiredfor
the completion of a'sVatnia; costume,
and matches the pookek irruff fs v .
Ermine sets arebe mestfVfehidnable
for opera or evening wear, and the only
fur suitable to be worn with a costly
leu, j Satlr is matta iiTBqffi?
eralEvrworh afl dark nir. tbTii( ht3np
Ibwer than Sable! The price ofafnink
set is less than last year the principal
cause of this being the increasing poptu.
larity of Persiana and Astrachan.
Gray squirrel is still much worn, and
is durable. -Jookin&'W.ejb imJiLTrearly
worn out. The coarse, common furs
which were often seen during; the past
few years nowfipdnQ jurchasersand
Sealskin was introduced last year, and
will be much worn for skating costume
the coming season. It is made in a loose
sack, lined with quilted eilt--a-mult to
match and a jaunty cap of glossy seal
skin, with a drooping feather. Occasion-1
ally a sealskin sack is noticed for its od
dity, baying a vein of the natural color
of the seal.wmcl) is a, yellowish, creamy
tint, running across the back in the
form of a vine with tendrils.
Bussian lamb is made up in sacks with
mufFaud collar or boa. Gray Persian
is wor4iaset8ifjclaak, muff and collar;
there are two kinds of this gray, one
with a fine round curl about the size of
small shot, and another with a larger
curl and more glossy. Persian is more
cqetfytaarJ squrwl, bat probably nof as
durable f arid is-made from ..the'skin of- a
sheep found in Persia and the south of
Bussia.
Efpft2eywho trieKbi4-Wlrajdea br
petiWvoiing marfil fabtfl f I
those of more mature ase. It is madi
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. '
Eesolution to Contract.
Smeloak ThoXfae CIt"Civil KBrineBbe.' ind
b in hereby knthnrixed and direoted to contract in
the name ot the etty ot lioiumeus, wun Frederick
Erfurt, for bnilrtiniT a doable row Hag crossing
aaroM booth Public lane at the west side ot nigh
street, upon the following terms, to-wit: .
for axcaratiaaoi aradiacidtorur nests per eubie
yard.
r or boulder paTinc, Forty-fire cents per square
yard. ,
Fur flanging. 14 inches wide, Sixty cent nejrjia
eal foot.
Adopted Mot. 23, 1868.
Attest t L. E. WILSON.
Eesolution to Contract.
iaxrfmjrf. That the Oity Civil Inefneer' be. and'
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name ortneotty oj oiumDus. wttn inannias
Lne. tor baildinc a double row flag1 erosritiC
across South street at the west side of liigh street
upon the following terms, to wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per onbis
yard.
Jforcewaer'SaTsnC. rro-nTeeaiawer-aqre
yardil : s .5 v Mf?' -
't naVeliaa .sidewalk Fifty csnts pef cabie
yard, i I ? i I IJ livtlliiU
Adopted noT.za, icoe.
Attest: L. E. WILSON,
novls-dlt City Clerk.
.rf: Eesolution to Contract; "f--!
Kitolvtd. Tfcattfee City Civil Engineer be, and
a i bMMhvmnthfirixed anc directed to contract in
the name of tbe oily of lolnmbns, with Peter
Eagan.-for.boildins; a double row fisg crossing
aoross Center alley bn the north side of Long
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
or exoavauof or graamg. x uny ceuu per oauic
yard.
For boulder paving. Forty cents per square
yar. CM'1'! i '? ' ' r ' i ,
Forflaggine, Uinebed wide, CO cents ' per lineal
' . x . . nrti OAtf -i n 1
Eesolution to Contract
Jtetolvtd. That the Citv Civil Engineer be and
he is hereby authorised and directed ta eontraatip
the name of the city of Columbus, with John
Uurphy, for grading aaa paving toe unpavea side
walks on the west side ot rxlh street Irom Town
street to Rich aireet. upon the following terms, to
wit: ..
For excavatlDg or areaiM.-oriy cents pec on -
ic yad. . t ? J ' - -
For bricks laid. Sit oo per thousand.
Adopted Aov. 13. 1868. - ' SJ.; C
Attest a 5. TUTvriLSOBi
novJ6-dlt Citr Clerk.
Eesolution to Contract;
Jtesolvod. That the Citv -Civil Engineer be
and be isr-bereby aotborisM and directed to e in
trust to. the- msu 'of ttae-eity of CnlumKus,- with
Jmienh HirtmiD for lnwerinB the erosing a ross
Mound street at the east side ot Hign street to e jr
respond with the Nieolson pavement, upon the fol
lowing terms, to-wit
i'hirty-ve doJats. eomniete r -v Tr
Adptd Nov. M,-18aB ' JU i -'
Attest: L. E. VlLSOIT. City C
Clerk.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T Be. nirAiu r' 9 C
3 HOBIGBK
CHEAP BOOTS" AND SKOES.
NEW XXltM.
piVaVMISMaB-HArilG FORRED
J. a partnership with G. U0RIGER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Hoot ana shoe trade at
KO. 13 SOUTH HIGH STBEEr,
Wnnlfl rMmMtfnllv invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their floe and
r .- i. nf I ' fl.nfa Mi...' .nil
ChiMr.n'i Knots and. Kluiti. this day teoeiveoVdi-
reetfrom the aUMkand whieh tbey arenuwoffating
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man-
ui ao taring department special atteotion is given to
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
Wownnld resoeetf nllv solicit a share. of public
natronage. Please give us a ball. No trouble to
snow gooas.
Kemember tne Place : no. ioa ooutn dikh street.
Columbus. O. Sept. U. 1868. seplS-dtf-
FURNITURE.
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COLUMBUS, OHIO.
(Ihtir eectenriv Manufactory s at the Toot of
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Their business transactions, both Wholesale anS
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
renasyivama ana Indiana. They mana lecture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
. ltlTCHEn.-f URNI1 URE r . s e -it
t all elaasea and averv.daswn of snoerfov work
manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description. W nolesale and Ketail,
febs-deodlv
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ForwarfUngi. andJ CommisiJoB
MERCHANT,
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GRAIN OF ALL-KINDS,
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js- t st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, W Barley, e.. eto.
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3L3 -flL 3XT 151 3D XL S
NO. 13 S. HIGH STREET,
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V, NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
JF O rt - L T II E H AI B
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It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ' 1 - '
Iteatsses the Bair so Carl beaetifuUy. stia.. . w
It keeps the Soalp Clean aad Healthy. 1
It rortgoratei the Boots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Bair Falling; Out. y
It keeps'the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restoreeGrey Bair to iti Original Co)or.
It bringa eut Hair on heads that have beenjMkld for
t is eomposed entirely of simple and purely veget-
i
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. ble substances, t
It has reoeived over six thousand voluntary testi
monials olits exoellence, many ' which, are from
physioians in high stapding.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), Jy Druggists and Dealers in Fanoy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Desaaa Barnes A Co. F, o Walls Coig
Schieflelin i Vol. New York. " Cscmrr-mchzT-Hly
J.: VIENNOT .& CO
- ; ; GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents,
133 NsisMii Street, Rew Karat-
iECablit,d in 186J.)
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.-Wa beg to sail the attentioa of advertisers 4
ouragenoy. uur laciiiues with all the first olass
daily naners in the country are second to nnne.
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot tail to give superior induce
ments. We also send advertisements to all Cnban
atd South American papers, with whom we bare
exclusive contracts Wearetheonlr house doing
a SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
' We c.n, by special per jiission, refrr to j
Mr. H. T. Hilmbuld, Druggist, 6M Broadway;
new i o b.
Meisrs. rl. R. VandczKB ft Co 198 Greenwich
street. New York.' - i.
Messrs H sxl. & KvCK th, US Greenwich street.
Messrs. G. Bruck's Sox A Co., Type Founder. IS
t;namne-a street. . , i , .
Messrs. Pbalon a Sou. Sew York. . - .
Messrs. t HKLON A Collkndkr, New York.
Messrs. TaiXANT A Co., New York... .
Messrs. CHiCKJtaiNO A So, New Vara.' T
Messrs. KadwaT ACohsw York.
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WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. 'LESQUEREUX
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IMPORTERS ANT DEALXK8 IN
W A TO HE S
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CANES, . SJPECTACEES,
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GOLD PES l . - t : ' 1
POCKET-ROOKS sand V ' ' .,
OPERA GLASSES
t.- j.NDLIg3 Variety?'.
Keep constantly oa hand a large assortment of
Seiss Th.mai and Waterboir Clock
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
. j . ior wiv . .
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools aod Materials, Watch Glass
as (French and Geneva) in full supply at .J
low rates.
a- All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed.. j, -A A LFSOOKBEOX, '
feble-eodly No. 71 South Ili.u iU, Columbus.
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TRANSPORTATION.
TIME
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
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RAILROAD.
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' 3:e AjU. -NIGHT KXPRE8S. arrhrlntat
amwiiio as, e:u ,a. m; neuairei at joseu a.-
Jaiii
Baltimore at d A. Al.: W fshinaton. ity ,at 8:40
A. M. ...... i
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ii .Close oooneetiens made at Baltimore And Wash-1
ington with trains ter Philadelphia and Newt York.
1 ; Passengere bol ling thrrogU tickets to Eastern
krllles hars the privilege of i'i i !. li i-i'iii.t: -
V.siUng' Washington City Free.
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No Change pLQars at Ohio River
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J NO L. WTLSON. M aster of Traasporta a
1 L. M. COLR R.n.r.1 'ril,. l .
JNOW. BROWNii(ieW?l Passenger. Ac.
KaltimoreatHao A. M.: , WashiscWk iCity at UOS
P.M. . ' ""7
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t P. W. feXPRTtsS WATTi aUvfni ii 4slSJI
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MEDICAL ::i intifl .il
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DRUN KENTJESS
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DR. JOHNSTOICS SPECIFIC.
Tun or it -r f FiibLiBLe RGnrnnr.
Can be given with or without the. knowledge
of the patient. Dr Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, its Conseqnenoes and Cure.'' free on ap '
plication.- Price of piclfiw jier bottley ft 50, ,cr
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer iMumbus, O
..'T ?: SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-1 oO
sepn-aT3wiy , . ,.. , , ., , ... .1
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsfa,' Fever and Ague! Act:
. dity of the StomacE!" Loss, of 'Aorietite.
Nausea, Heart-burn, .Jaundice, - ftpd all ,
uiseasea arising lronj-a disordered state
- of the Stomach, Liver or Intestine, rift
1 " Prepared by r Seward ic n Bintltt,
: Dniggiata, BuffaloN..Y. ; Soldi. by; alt,
druggist.' ..r ... w..., .,....! ,j
. S. l. oamCEL A Co., Wholesalg Agents 1 , ;
SBB-ap4-Jei'SAwIy
. - nwr 1 1
"i t-s a ui--ii-
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.TtaearestSIefllclne flr the Skla,KS ,
without rail, every bind or an- '
?' : alchsly eruption r sbe'ltece, -
. -. - or , iteMaav Irritating, or.; .-.: . !
rl , r dlstrcealas , caUtneoeia i. . ,,7...
dlsraiae on any pari
.-1 -I'fl naruwanwa,' ' '- n'i
1 ;"TI i r.? rr!iwW au offKat mittHfi4m)
rioil. tutrl f ttm now looking mile like a mn," write.
: I'NiirieaB. K0M0, Cenernl Agent of Mich.Ontral' '
. B. lt.,.173 Bromlway, liy. y, , , , , n ,
3Vft find it m inralnnble remedy for Tetter, ete.,"
I write lligicr Bro.Iruggistii, FalrScld, Iowa. :;:'
" hare tried yonr. valuable remedy for Barber
' J?cs wits irreTt sveem,'1 writes C. W. Dumont, of '
Lcomiustttr, 3Iasa.j . ... , -
Bend for circular . Price, 75 cts. and tl.00. , ,
Prepared only by ' SQIQi PALMER,
- , 36 West Fourth Street, t'iiicinaatl,0.:X
For sale by Druggist, generally. ... j
sepMl-debdAwly - "!! 1 ' n '
MOT PHILOSOPHY OF M AKEUGIC A Naw
C01 Urk OT LzcTTTitltg- as delivered at the New
York- Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub
jects : Ho to live .no. what to live tor; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed:. The caufe of indigestion. flKtulei.ce and Ner
vous diseases accounted lor ; Aarriage p. llosopb.
ieallv considered. Ad .' ' . : . -;; il
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to purtie unable to sttmd. on reecintof
four stamps, bv afldressina h.UKllHI, v
YOBK itJ8KrM OF AMATOMT A1.D SCIKKOK. 61?
Broapwst -Nfw Vohst. TWr-febsa-dlv
BOOK BINDERIES." ' "i7
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BOOKS ; AYASTfD FOR ;4'.BI IVDH
; ;have;,you r
a wv s a a sii ix s nm a en i virt aarrv
A JiUSIC. Ac Ac, thst you w.sh to hsve
bonud in a nice firm binding, nromntlv. at low
prices?, tiookasent for and returned to snypartof
tne city oy giving notice tnrougn po.tcmce, or at
the ,t: li i .v, n , -j .. , -. ; !t .'oi.:
Fraoklia Steam Book Binderj
BLANK BOOK M ANtJFACTO'RT
One of- the largest and best appointed Binderies in
tho Sute. i . . . : , .. ;.
Kooma. 34. 38, 88 North High treet.
(Over Messrs. evlns A Myers', and Statesman
&-..,.!.. i Sroam Printing O flies.) ' . i
BLANKUODKM i .t -ii v -. , ,r.:t--i-.
j,;i;f,BUK ROOKSIJiol.ti.-n
,3 v iUr BLANKS BOOKS! !
Of every descriptii-n and e"alifj", from the highest
to tne wwest, crimed ii o wires, ruled and. btued
u ai.y roquirvu pab.oro, mu superior worsmacsnip,
at the lowest pneee. '. ,ii i,; .... .. . ;
urders i A nnty umcers, nanus. Merchants,
and all Officers reqnirng rB fliHOR BLANK.
BUOK.S. will be executed promptly, with ourper-
1 our patronage respeetfally solicited.
. i iMtViaiKPATOH,
oct3-deoda it- Proprietor.
SIB J3ERT &-LILLEY,
Blank Book Maijacturers,
-u PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing' first class
BJLuA.ISli"' BOOKS ?
of every description, with or without printed Bead
.... . . ' inss.for
COUKTT OFFI0EB8, MB1U HAKT8. BtAFA0Tt3BBBS
BAntkBa, baii."ap coarAMiag. ac. . ,
- Full sets of Books made on shark notice,
warranted to give perfeot satisfaction. '
OPERV HOUSEBUILDING,
' aprll eouiy .. . .. COLUMBUS, OHIO.,,
' ; GROCERS. 7 : 7
fi'C0L5I,;:;lIlLES , & "MTOALDSj
NO. lA & 19-S0UTH HIGH STREET
G'RO O B S,-'- '
PROPRIETORS CeLrjltlRUfl ' poV
. U , R M AG A ZIN S. aad agents for th sale of
Haxard Powder Companj'g PowdeTj. Agents for
. .,UAEDNER, PHIPPS' A CO.'S 7 ,
Celebrated , Sugar tCred Ilanu,
' - and dealers in . 1 " ,
FOKEIGN DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
.. . . GROCERIES-- .,
In atl their varieties; Imported Wines Brandies
Cigars, etc. iull-eodly
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TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS CHICAGO
—AND—
—AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
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lxndviUea:30nLTecreaateJl)WBm.,MattorB
jas am. Cairo stttpm.PiTna 4.-WT a A tone-OOA
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Wl""2! trSnSt Uui. the next
Unn,io,i,san alies4 Bd'for olntB..t
TST"
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The Shortest; Kou w Asp-no Change of Cars to
'Cioago-eolnrk and'!ndianapoTil
FOfJR TmrwS OAILYTlwrwIIneoa.newo-
inmous, onsno alter nov.zz, 10,?jl3l,1j
mo
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PRESS (Sundavs exoepte.fi' Arrives
at Miiford:17 a m. Urbane 10:10 a Khi Met NQia tail
1:05 p m. UTTlnilttT t tttai I'i n in 11 1! a m T.
sav Kentsoatainst
d.iP avJUeireit f 0:4Pj nj.-. , rr --
This train is ruti xpresTfdr TftJaVamT)
tn.it b sines', arriving at uoah VsaoMtJ) MPXt
bead of any other tuuja
L - glt i,i AU -AXD PE0RIA.K7 VI
1,11 (-(iinday. exceprad).' ArriveTVt Bra
FPBBS8
Bradmrd
ilienrimiiejiwpni. svicaicoa w p mrnlediaap-
utiicsgi B:00 a nr.
of 8t. Louis ed. iveokuliine trai in. tdvanef of
all other routes.
K.KIi M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUtS tXi.
OOXf PRKS8 (SntttWvs-excepted. Arrives at
Piosa-'OtM s m. Tiei1oMM' m. itatrstg ft ra m
JiraUtord Junction 8.30 p m, Le'ansport liOi n,
v uicaao ou a m, inoianapoiis XTJoaTOi lerrenauTO
6:30am. Mattoon 9:16a m. Pane 11HM a m. Altoa
S UO p m, St. Loo is .(H)p tn. Lifa'ette T:i! a mi
Springfield. ills ,, 4:15 p m. QuincyllMp tn. Keo
kuk 1.-00 a m, ' Lnnisviil .-0u a tn. Nashville ttat p
.Memthts 10M f .,,
" Sleeping ears run in this tmin from Colum
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. ThT
is deoidedlr the best Iraiw from Coli mbus to Chi
eavs, 8t.'Aiis and Louijrille.aa it makes quicker
wujo -. tiouiii ana 'itOQinvnis v
andUkaa rlireo. r, 1 1 1 hm i imi, tn.
all points West and SfUb. onrain,!!! aijTance of
any other route. - T l7""
I1V ilnaianaiAlis K wendsye exoeotedv- via
Lpgaoaoort Arivea at Bradford JuDotioa 4:16 a
m, Logansport :40 a m.'ChlcagoJSS p m. 'PeoriaV
3Ai p as,: Keokuk 1C4S pin;: indianaeolii 68 a a;
Terre Haute 14:15 p m.&vansville 730 pa, sisttoon
3U8 pm, Cairn4:lSa m, PaaaS.-oi pm, Alton M ts
m, M. Louis H'Mfip in. laf.iyetle 3:10 p m. Loais
ri ieotOO p D;'Na hrille J0m, -ti eiapbis itlsVptn.
Passengeraby t .is train arrive the same day at
St. Loais Shours aad Chicago hears 'Ahead ef
anx other fonte,,! aiui ir.-. , f.T ,S1 ,r Mec,r,a,
STATE ROOM SLEEPIXQ AIU
Run in this train Troni Mlilburgh to Indianapolis.
Call for picket via. Jjiansport ef Indian-
icle'ts for said ii tjnton 'in Piqu fepotSr
Cojambua,in4 at all srinpipaA JUilroadj Tiakai
Omoes. '
T.: CHANDLER. een-lTicket Agentab
J-M.LLNTJjUncral Snperintondent.
Great Northern
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS.
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
si'3Pive-raAM43s 'aOaiiir"?I
... EXCEPT SUNDAY. ',' -n'
From Colnmbus, in connection with Trains oa the?
LitUe BUanal Sc. Colambw dr. Xeatta1
, . Bamaus. -
:,::t ti3 tx'-e , aO'ii) sk...!
NIGHT EXPRESS LeaTse Cohimbaa-at l:lt)
A.M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Gilead
Galion; 'Crestline,' Shelbv.1 Sbiloh. New London,
Wellington, Oral too and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land ai 65 A.M.. New York TO A.M. This train
leaver Sunday merning. not Mcndayjt ". : i,...,t '
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Coluoibus,
at S0 A. M. - Will stop at all way stations. This'
train starts froat the Freight YSra-i r ; '', j
NEW YORK EXPRi-SS-Leaves Co'Utnbns a?
11 JO A. M . . ill stop at Delaware, Ashley.Carding-.
toa, Oaiton, Crestline. Shelby, New 4inadoa Wel
lington tOraf ton and Berea. .Arrives at Cleveland;
at 3r5f P. M., New York next day st :30 P. M. - '
. MAIL ANDEXFRESS- Leaves Columbas at MB"
P. M. Will stop at Worthii gton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to (Shelby and Shilofa?
New London, Wellington, Uraftoaaod Berea, Ar.
rive at Cleveland at:0 P. MNew York 7:.S P.M.
" Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago. bytak-
int this train, will get sleeping car at Crestline aA
6:00P M,, arrive In Fort Wavne at 110 P; mTJ
Ch caco at 6:00 A . M. beiaa in advance of all oth
er root's, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA BtfL
AWAeVE Leaves: Columbus at 330 P. Ji. WilL
stop at all station j between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving a Delaware at-3-;o P. M j, gfrinctelir:
f ao P. M. This train leaves Springfield' at 70 A.
M ., arrives at Delaware at -35 A: Jl.; Columbus'
UaWA.-JL. hxntt 7-niT .nTqii la aitata
Pa tea t STeepinsr Cars a l-'e rna oa al V
" NlCht Traias to 'Chicago, V
t.-r ji; i Aew York aad i!: i-'. is-.!
Roaloa.
T Baggage cheeked through to New Yorl and
Soston, via Cleveland : also, to' Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. 'a,-i'
RETURNING:
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:45 A. M,
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl
Mah Train arrives at Columbus atWaP.'M'."'"'''
i Springfield Aeocmaiodation arrives. alCiiunhuSK
at JOu A. M. , tj ... ... . , ,
Fare' a. Low sibr aar Other Routo
. Ask for Tickets via -Crestline or Cleveland.' 1 ' "
' ''I'-"'' -k'S 8. "FLINT, , ' i '-.wcr
iB A ..sSaCli,,,
-W --,.. Agent, Columb a.Ohio.nJ
Columbus. Nov J3, 1868. ,
'' - I . i- r. r,.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN.
! -
aEnn
RAILROADS.
On an ,x after 'MONDAT. Nov. J. 1888, 'jTOUft
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave ColumWa -md
FOB CINCINNATI, XOtTISVJLLE,, CAISO, ST.
77 lottis, DAiioir, EicSMOKD. 'nr-' .
''I ' )' ',t1)IAlIAP0LIS ft CHICACrd, ' u": " ::'
Withou (change of cars to DAYTON and RICH,
MOND, andonly on ehanre of cars so Iff -
c . . JHA-NAfOUa and ClilCAUOk-, .t l
: ! Connectiomt are reliable as follows !(. '
Leaves' at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati. Cirolevfllei
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill root he; stops at Loa-t
don, Xenia, Morrow, and ifOVeland, arriving a,
Cincinnati at 70 a m. " - 1
Lasl; J'.iii SZqOND TRAIN, ti . , :0f
iJ ;:iiii: fDaily exceptSandaysJ J l .'.'.!J
Laavea at SaOO A. .JL. for Cincinnati, Dayton ,
" Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
. West Jeffervon. London. South Charleston, Slmai
i Cedarville.Xenia, Springy alley. Uorwin. Morrow
South. Lebanon, Fosters.- Lovelan: Milford ar-
(-"Wu'if'-Wf'' r3 -A. , AL, oonaeetias
with the Mail Boats.
""'7 ' THIRD TRAIN."' ' ' X ; ' '
-tl.' 'IS t , ' s . . t''iyf'
"(Daily except Sundays.) " "
Leaves at tUS P M'-fbr-Ciezlnnati. Dayton and
Springfield, tia Xenia, arriving el Vinoinnati at .
60 P. Jl.
' a - -ui .ti FOURTH TRABC d A fl
(Daily except Sudays. fJIiJ-a
I leaves at 8 P. M. foTTCTnelnnati. Dayton and
r Spriagfieji via Londorr, stopping at Alton,' West
Jefferson.. London. Sonth. Charleston Selma,
Cearville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelana. and ar-
xiviaa at.CincinnaUat W:4fi P. M. - iu 7 ?
. IS ! !tUH- ) K?ii
: if 1,-,
Sl.eeplaa; Cars
.St.il.. Hi..'.') il. R
on 'all Nlffht Train?
u iti':;.. ,;.i.'t.
-i'ii..j'i j.'i HENRY BROOKS. Ticket AgeaUiT
. W.H.H. SHINN, Agent. ,
' JOHN" DURAND, ' r " V " " " ' 4
sw?rVBuKN?ic,neiTtf'i i f r
3 i GopI Ticket Aat.) ?'' WJlf'3" '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
111 -- .
FAJIHA1U:SUTB,, lo
a tin atf aM'.f nna oW 'IC,
IF' tlsttDI WiU ran a
Leave. H. Y. Express. Mai! ''F.st Une
Columbus JffliJI. MSP. M. 110 A
Newark .... :SS A.M. , ;:50 Pl M . JAV pitM '
Steubenville;..:0O A.M. A0 j.J ' P.
Pituburgh..,.il 10 A. M. " 19:00 IS.'.'.' 7sP.Jw
vwTTi"?-"'" ? ." 10 J. M. " Sim a:m.
Philadelphia, 1: a. u 4i0 p. M. ,. A. ,
New York.... 6:00 A. M. 635 P. M. 11:60 A. M,
Baltitnore.. 4J A. M. .MP. M' MflOP. Ml
WashiLgton... 9:40 A.M. , SP.M. : 4 P.M.
E egsnt sta'e roomslu.uiiilL cars on all night trains.
On the Cast Line the celebrated 'Silver ralaee'
?I.P?.d Vxtb.t eKn ,re run through from Columbus
o Philadelphia and New York witbaut ohanee-. : j
Passengers by Jhe H0 A. M. Sunday traia
arrive in Mew York at 5 o'clock Monday morninsr
sn advantage pint befor, oSesnd 3 J
w wASrry ."St'eukewvlle.Lbjl
: i V f .5ARD, SupenaUiiey, gbeBvik. 0,
'junelO-dly-juSO - - . - .. ..J.:-.:;
COAL."
8 . flu :
i Ii ! : i3s :i
1 ,ALLEN,,,Agent
WCOJlTlIlJE THE COAL Rn ' ''
KB8atWspresntsUnd.V" !:t
Na IS tVorth Ilich rt.'i'n;i.i
M.J tll i.v.: 1 ..
HoVkiNOPnAi l- Zia CAMBRioog a 1
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