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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Snowing the arrival and dapwtrtranf Mu'al 6o
as vo
ot. Ui,
u rI
winona, unio. uv-aM attar Monday. Mot,
..lSM.TW4 Oalwkmt Clam at
. ' -- LI ATI. , ARnrtS
T'Rew Yerk.irrese.;..-......ri:10 A. M. '-'lit P,
rtvMail aa xpreea r.WKM. (MP,
rifpriniai4 Aooom.Tia OeU Sao P. M. Mas A. M.
iiU. IwoMmi)dtioi....... 3:00 A.M. 7.45 P.M.
h 'iThii train leaves Sunday morning ot Monday..;
r !--'. ; JAJtES PATTERSON Agent. I
ar, ts - "rTft 'J . "rt?i
iwtntii')'i-t"i-'j. io P. : "Jtfo P. M
: rmi' iotir .J-1 - 'V-it. it. outsit. Agent,
. sbinn, Agent.
algalgUt.aaara at OaIe Kallroael, Ceatral
J 1 .' LIAT. ... , AlBlTI.
. lJktoiKicaaa.,.jX..ll;W A. M. i- B I. iH .
Axpreaa Hail :15 P. M. 13 P.' It.1'
ty-Twri iia? A JW-oiTH,.AKeni,
.Ajalntlma Clila ImaUa. Gaai-
cWrtr t4r;;,....JiA,..'Tfce A.-'M'!08 A. M.-
-I.Tneed KlrttM4J....:.l. t!0a A. W i:(C r1. M.
i,,Wetkpraae.-S' P. U. .JJJS.P. M.r
'Daj trea,,r. Ids P. M.;1J:0 A. M.
, , u. a. uili. Agent.:
i aataaiTV lf nart ANewark R.B.
)i fraitaieajra Sewark and arriTeae follewan
s in .j-.st7 no r au.W. Ubmnib. Aleak.
9ialUakBtlaliClB)lBiBiatt 4t Htj- Alalia
L.K a, T a.
ARirra.
, , ITewTork iTvrfit"' ins A. M. 1S0 Mid't
ti.Hr A. Mi, 5teS P. M.
-i Alil atidSiaeaeaw..Aw'Ssoa P, M.,, llteS P; M.
ieaaisod Aooonuneeatiool Ml,..., P. 11.
. . 5 ew Xork Exnra-a roA daily. AU other trains
-'nn daUy, except Bwidays, - TTT
i 4Deniaoa? Assam mo datiea starts: from freifht
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
:V,flJi?)i'- !' !! '" -
:,Kaitata 'Thraart mfalle '! a. m. i. h. a. at. r. m1
:iiTia ' WwoaaTila!;.aad i ' io '
l Pittsburgh. ....... ..TT.'U30 JSJ 10SaoJ0
S astern Way Mails, C. C. " '
iu.K .-...n-.i .... izw .... ixan
" ilttiaaiiami n.r... mro j - Hjta ,,7;30
JJttle Miami B.B?. War. J.- 1:SS JIM
-'I? 0.'K. K.; Newark. " ' .
ZanesTille c WAoeiuvtU ii...'.'t.1wM : 730
"C-l L. through, aal .liC'xiiaVaa
, Wtjvi" -Y- a?: 110. , i;J0
-Jrelarlfl. CKUiwetaa J ja.u u--- a a
ortsmovth . . .... 95)0 T90
MatfNalKoal! "JiS
iouTiiie.-rrr., ........,ioao
, 1:40
W asbiojrtoa C.H.. Tia Har
risbarg. -- (tri-weeklO
arriTes .Jfandaya-Wad-sL
Baaaaya. Fnoya, and
leaTea TuesdaTt. Thars
Aava and SaturdaTS....
. lM0
WJTaeedaya.tharadaya ..,,... .... 1115
ITorthaasW'WS F.W. ! jitw
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
NOT YET.
BY GRACE LELAND.
r-
No. weary heart!
- ... Look not ont yet for rest. .
. 3"V'"J" He toil, the sirife ara best. '
I) sal .c Throne: h tbem thou shalt be bleat; (j
That is thy part. . JiA
Yes, forrowiaf one."
I sea the tear-dimmed eye.
I bear the broken sigh, i .
The burdened spirit-cry,
"Alone alone 1"
...
IjOOE braTely up!
Shrink not from sorrow near,
Hor harbor dread nor fear ;
Be braTe. be of good oueer.
And drink the cap.
Be of good cheer ;
The stars shall bless thy night.
For from the world of light
The angels pure and bright
Ara erer near.
i r
God sways
bes.!
And when thy lif
fa shall ba '
A song of harmoarr t
Thy spirit, glad anj frea
Dnaii nna its Teat, i
AGRICULTURAL.
Morality and z Asjeiccltubal. f
George William Cnrtts 'titslivered aa
address at Greenfield Hiss.", the other
day. WepoteJhe following :
t The necessities and fatigues ,of
vxlHht),iarme tli the Bua jn, Jwuntnr,
Caiii tltaiijpnoriitng.ttar. in'viuterv send
!!Jilny!eriy td Ived to teach birrfri'giilari
vty.''TheTi asfcjrhis rjeasetoTl
lrjpts, Vtna, i. Wows tuaj- atms, An
-,.ropk of ihis rtwettt. very hundred cents
W Verdillas lrns--tj;trerrl funny
Js8tand8 ,fpjr so . chviitoei'.and' ninsclei
v99$ thuaa4ueait;J economy." "Witli
economy' come frugality and tempeii
nc4e, ani SU'vipoii ?he' faTti.-grow' the
ih$7 T'1a?1)ng'1 t.eeB jnpoii.the
' mountain' side,1 amd'eo the ideal farmer
J ift aa ttrangI robust, aimpltj, sensible,
trnly conservative citizen, , and as the
;!'2pectat6T Sees. hiTn'stand ; crowdea Jirith
'"cwUri iij" th .midsVpf .lutir.WV?
he asks as the poor clergyman asked Lit)
i-rrcht-trb'tBer ' ae'they -walked throbglf
. the; VlcH 'mlnistfit's :magnificept 'tate
f aCTrother .plvesill " JIiW
jiieaven tooj'', v. w O .K iTMa j
,,0iiB4;!St6'cit; Pasturis. I no
" ticed, 'soine tim'e' agoi a good deal writ
s.ten.abeut)ateepmgmiieMiU)clr.)n pas
n ttfrti'A"! have been tv keperof etck
'oini'Tery Nearly yduth mitil .now,'! yVn-
ture to give my opinion.' "And" fifs'tj" I
ha,re.rfoni, tVat"jJheep4 doiVtjrywelJ
fc(m!gstc Kttl!(urbnt .cattle id - badly
.iaJMicagat sheep. .1 To prove it, let the far
eMlr (Uke h toSA left B the cattle,
Jief' .raden
iaaeaiheu feet, and ifhe. jheep are not
ilfdlly fed "they will see thel 'sheep eat it
''fnpviirf 'greedily then flet .ti61 .lke
liii bis. eheep leave and offer, ijt to liia
jWUessidhje will fitvd theyjwba' Uste
,1 itjiif they an get anythingfielse J o let
lum tnrti 'hisVmirch caws.intp' a 'Bhee'p
astnrei; $LUlji4 ?ftin. t feif in
- .jiailki,. i-hr.s BtnilwK i k Urn i.'-;.J i o-. -ii !
,t' Cattle' 3ery well where horses pas
''i4lr.,, hn' pfoof' of 'this every farmer
jnhiva.seijphai '.pattle.: will eat the
jjitirflr if torses, iavea : if 3 fully fed, bat
Jtoisea ron't eat what eattle leave, on-
-fcaetfrbelled tff rTo's6;a;rBut hprselfid
sheep will do weljn some pas'tureS.-es-peciaUy
.fchqigf rTp.proA this, lejt
j .the irnies nrj out be sh eep , froiri'tlleb:
yard and turn in his ' horses, and the
"'wtlf eaf ip:al! tli'e'sheep have' lefteven
Z yftei around, the . racks.-JbAn' Jtp-'
ton. .'.I 1 j tit:;i ):'!: ''iit ;
o-t .kustJVtitit ta .'Ct.ijXHrTnV; Cht
"iaipanwilP walkrveif bridges built wo
'thousand-years ago, who cultivatad. the
u'sSott'en lant centuries before this country
waa heard off ' who. fed Mthe silk' wyrips
: t'efor Jiing Solomon ,'built his throne,
have fifty thousand 'square miles around
3 Sbarfghai which are called 'the Garden '
. of China, andVbich-have been tilled by
countless neratiqij.. t , t
This area is as large as New York and
'Pennsylvania combined, and is all mead
ow lnd.Va.Bed but a few feet above1 the
"''nVk-llakes'jl rivers, canals a complete
"network 'of water communication; the
land under ihe highest. tilth; three crops
a year untvewa; jropu w"
that, wherever yon look, jrotr see ,mfJn
'ind Wornerin tine parits anil blouse, so
isjiiitttsa tiiat inn fsnrj nnma fait or
muster is coming off, and all bands have
1 turned out tor a holiday. .Ex. - - i
-JNO. "S. TCOBERTS, ;
. eSt.ntX nspatxtat twiii-!s "3 ;
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFCMERT,
,V"jt l.Aip ...
a full stock of Condray's. Rummal'i andLnbii'.
f . a ..It aadlTl -.- -
tC0LUUMUS, OSJOi
r. -i .i.-iil la x.i 'u! am
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice.
To all wAom it may aoncm :
Coi.rsiat J. o.Uc. aa; tsoe.Ti
by t rvep, teat proaeeiljnis hare iea
1 :lUUCt
Institute
aala.
I herebTCiTefli.
I in the City Council of Columboa.for mvk-
inr tha folio win a? imnroTamenta. to-wit:
For rdin theDortb half or Perrj ittffriNsi
txn ftreet to ioe corpora tion una.
tAli. Ayr trading- kad aaTinaf the antters aid
tHd i fX ' an d ? mt el i rif
srraoiaw 'ana-arareiins! aaa ra
la roadway jaad side-
walk' on Alonndiitrset freiuW
tathe eastTine of lot o. at. 1?
AlKafor a double roar flag stobi
asajsjsjton avenue
1M atntu. lUvjknAjiBfc mjtrnm
Mound street npon the west aide ofHigli street. '
The lima to he Hnne in annnri1in( with nl.. .ml
festimates telle prepared' br the City Civil Engin-
. WiQ WW I. kUO ULUOV OI IUt 11 L 1. 1 VT .
All aareoes claiming daanm nn account elf aaii
proposed Improvements, ara required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, iq writing, oo cr
vciiire iiie xmeenu. a ay oi JJeeemoer. A. V,
lKS.l'i's( '
T r nriT anv
bcta9-dltaw4w
-City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To ail fcXom it may eonem : " r
CI1Y OUfcEt'S OFFICE. -
UOLUMBU8. O.. Not. , 1868.1
. SotteaM hereby riven that VTaceedinan have been
uDtibuiej iu iu jiw ijOUDCll oi uoiamDai. lor
akini tao rollowioatmproTamenta, to wit : -For
lavina a dtinhla mw fli. irnn. ej.mH
w"m amy on idb norto aiae oi JjOdc euaaa. 2y -1
MtoM Soth Pablio'iana at taet west sidaaf Uiab
a.ree.
.'Alto, far buildine-e doaUelrow fl eroaring
aoroas South atreet at the west aide of High street.
Tbe saara to bedoiia in aaaosdarjca wnth olataan
estimates to be prepared, by the City CiTilEnxineer
and filed in the nffioe ef he CilUek. a
All persona elaiminadamaa'ea on aceonct of said
preaoeaa iinproveaientai are required to file their
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing-, on or
oei ore us . wenajf-mtk flay ef Uaeembej. A. V
.ajr.'I'tl .iAtt : -"O ft-.' ,
OTl3-dlUw4w CityClerk.
i
Paving Notice.
kom it may concern:
To all trAom it mav
jn t-bisrin.- urriUE, I
Coldhbcs. O.. Not. IS. 1888.1
Notice is herehr sri van. that aroaeedinaahaT baea
institutea in tne uity vounau ot jjoiamautvtoi
making the following imbroreuienta. to wit:
For gr ding and parin the ui pared sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of Washing
ton aTenue from the north aide of Hatten Place to
the. south jide of bayatiaet. ... -
r alsb. for retaTing High street trim Perry, stria.
in thA ailranratinn tina. I ' 1 t I 5
fAlastfoi grading and baTing -wtta boulders the
It.elt. osjuofio aue yirom r lfin eirj eiopijin
. 1 he same to be dona in accordance with tbeplati
and estimates to be prepared by the City Ciril Kn
cineer. and filed in the offioe of the Cit. Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account f aaid
proposed impmrement', are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before tbe first day ot Januaiy. A. u. low
noTlt dlsaSAsSV'T'.'l LT X JCaj
Paving Notice.
To aw. Atwsvey aaovX
GLfcrlKfejOFFlrfsT 1
f ' I I tiusjritaita.-U.. il
. , . . 1 1 r v
M..T. HsB.t
Notlee is herehT ariTen that nroeeedinaa have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For grading and paring the anpared sidewalks,
cutters and crosainira on the -west side xs? tha.aai
cant ground west of the market bouse, and for pa-
Ticg the balance of aaid Taeant ground with lNie.l
son parement mm Town atreet to Kich street.
Also, lor laying a double row of flag crossing
across Center aliey oo the south tide of Spring
street.
Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across.
Center alio at the south side of Long street,
a The seal txr.be dkme in aoeordaDee with alata and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil .Kngi-
litre r, sou uieu in .ueouiov ui lus viftj viera..
All persons claiminx damages on account of raid
vronosed imaroTements. are reauired to file their
elaima in the office of tl.e Clerk, in writine. on or
before the Eighth day of January, A. IXlSfiS. I
m Li"-' L- I-$ 'VTTLSON Tj
Mtfltawest A-i-i t-r - City ClertC A
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes therein name .
Section 1. Be it ordained br tha CitT Council
of tha city of Columbus. That there be and is
hereby appropriated)? ef as-j nvaaey in thaTsaas-
UTI act heretofore ajpapajid, tlwfbilowingsums
f or toe payment or expenses ot street commis
sioner and Chain Uang, Sl.iMX).
For the VBTment of employes or the r ire lie-
art.mant.ai.Soa.
t or tne payment oi expenses ot iiiy Jrouoe.ai.-
For tha viyment of salaries of City U cers.
aeoo.
For exnenses of Uity Park. SI. two.
For ihe payment of cleaning and repairing street
.J-orasaam bas L.taas. viuo. " 1
For payment it JMcoison larement m front of
sontn engine tionsa xjsui.
r or sewers and Drainage, 1300.
For payment of Temporary Loan. 915,000.
Sun. a. The teawral sums ef money appropriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner nreacribed br the fifth seotion of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot the City C(erkJjaj8Scd
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
fi assess a special tax upon the real' estate bouhd-
liiing. ibauwast side of High street from- jVoble
street to strawberry alley. , i n r-n,i -j
Suction 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of theoity of Columbus. That the su n of Fourteen
cents. Five mills, be and the same is hereby levied
and assessed noon each foot tront of tbe severa.
U.ts eUand-beaading as abutting uaoaba west side
tr 99n stsret imm ior.iasireet u m raw sorry at-,
ray. i; the lamoare designated upontbe plat of trie
CiTfjiBBgiqees. an lie in the office oi thoiAtfXllark,
for the coat and expense of building a double row
nag crossing across mouoa street at tne west aide oi
High street, aroordirg to the estimate of the City
CiTi. E gineer.
u.n o tv . i. . n .r .1.. in.. c
fan apon which the foregor g assessment is made
shall pay theamounts of money by there icTerally
aua . 10 inat oen ail . to onn wurpny., wiinio
twenty davs from tbe date of this ordinao -e, or be
subject to tbe interest and penalty allowed npon
"
WM. NAGHTEN.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
( j SeBtihti'ott tr5j Contract.
koftd!.-Thaif the 'City "CiTil Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name ot tbe cityot (j. iumous, witn rreaericK
Krfurt, for buil.iing a double row flsg crossing
across South Public lane at the west side ot High
street, upon the following terms.. to -wit. "
For excaTating or gra4ipt.-b'oxti aenta par oubic
Tard.
For boulder paring, Fortjv-fire cents par square
r or nagging, is racnes wiue, oixty oenu per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Not. 13, 188b- f i
t Aneetr -xi. ri. rf lunvn.
Is AJ AJ a tT llJl'Vl.',
CityClerk.
Fli''llll I',
noT28-dlt -
Resolution lo(?6h'trac.1
Bstolvtsd. That the trtrtTirn Engineer :nand
he is hereby a uttaornod" and-directed to contract in
the name oftheeity of Columl)ua. with Matthias
Laneog'buildiag -adouble . rw flat; croaaibg
acanaa-SMatb atreet at ska west aider of-asigh Street
upon tbe'ollowiDg terms, to wit:
For excaTating or grading. Forty cents per eubie
yard.
For boulder paring. Forty -fire cents per square
f Tor!gtTlib andeajk, Jf J't wnts per.. oubi(
yw- -- - -
Attest: L. E. WILSON,
no-rM-dlt City Clerk.
Eesouiion 1 WtfonfiaVlCS C
.RMoJeai.'Tbat tWCitr CiTil' Engineer be, and
ba la h.rabr anthoriaed anc directed to contract in
the name of the city of t olumbus, with Peter
Reran, for bnlldina a double row flag crossing
aoroas Center alley on tbe north side of Long
eiraast.rspea the follissrtrfciems. to-wib-.T. ....T
' For exoaratiDg or grading. Forty ceuU per oubte
yard.
F'or boulder paring, Forty cents per square
yard. - -
For flagging, 14 inohes wide, 60 oenta per lineal
loot.
Adopted Not. J3, 1868.
AttestT L. . WILSON. City Clerk,
lTI.-..'TI'P - f .1 ' 1 U
jc:ii...a..j.i a.j ' ' "
m w
Resolution to Contract-
XsMohed. That the City CiTil Engineer be and
he i herabr authorised and directed to contract in
the name of the city of Coumhus,. with . J"ha
Murphy, for grading and paring tne tnrpsveo: side
walks on the west side ot sixth street Irom Town
street to Kich street, upon tha following terms, tu-
For excaTating or grading. Forty oents p.
bio yard.
or bncas laia. ais w per tnousana.
Adopted A0T. 3. 1888. , D
Attest: L E. WILSON.
Ein. An:o i'.u. j
Resolution to Contract!
V.-
Jletolved. That the City CiTil Engineer be
and he is hereby autborissd and directed to con
traec in the name of the city of Columbus, with
Joseph Hartman for lowering the crossing across
Mating -street at the.aast sidaof Hisrvi atreet to ools-
respond with the Nioolson paretnent, upon the fol
lowing terms, to-wit:
Tnirty-nre ao-iars. complete.
Adapted Nor. S3, 1868.
Attest: L. E. WTT.SON. flitT fHerk
COMMSSION.
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DR., JOHNSTON'S ;EC1HC.
THE ONtV )IFALLIRLB HEnflBT.
Can be given with or without the knowledge
of the palient.'Dr Johnston's Treatise on "Drank-,
anness. ita CnnKann.iu.es anil flure.'.' fraa nn &a
' plication. Price of Spccifio per bottle, . 1 50, cr
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: Solo Proprietor nd Marfnracturer. AWumbus, 0
in.' ! 'i 804.D BY ALi. DRUGGISTS! :U
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;i:i For Dyspepsia, Fever and lAgoe, Acl-
dity of the Stomach, loss of Appetite,
'' Nausea, Heart-burn,' Jaundice', and, all
'.diseases arising &om a disordered state
,.. . of the Stomach, Liver or Intestinea,'
: - Prepared- by -. Seward - tc : Bbntlkt,
Druggists, Buflalo, N.Y; ' Sold by1 all
.-dmgguu. ,;::';,;,..': '.,.,,.!
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T)ie Oresl Sleillcine for tha Slctss. fares '
wlthoaC fall, every kind of an
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We find it nn in'mJnftble rtmfdu far Trttcr. atel. !
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Ara tried yonr . vahinbU rimedu far Barber' J
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, Send for circular , Price, 75 cts. and tl.oo. .j
I ' Prepared only .y ; SOLON PALMER.
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jeets: ; Ho to five and what to lire- lor: Y"uthk
: Aistuniy ana uin Age; an 000a general y renew
'ed: The oaue of indigestion- flatulence and Ner-
Tons diseases seeoantea: tor; Marrmge.p. Ilosopn
icallv considered. Ac. - , -
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RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO. —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
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The Shortest Eon to "West No Change of Car. te
- Chicago, Keokuk and" IndisaapoIls,4
r)iu .,.... j -,! -jr..
FOUR TRAIS 0Avefc We Union .Depot, Co
" rambus, oaknsl afberi Mot.SS, K6S;a
Q.nfi A. M. TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
.QayVJ1 P;;ESS (Sundays excepted) Arrives
at Uiitord(:T7 am; Urbana 10:rS m. Bellefuauina
ledn6-S0pm. Detroit lOHOpm.
T.b, t1?1"- ra expressly for Toledo and D
tr-ntb ernes-, arrin, g at uottt plaeaK3 Jtomr
tttaeatloi any other route. .
l.tK P. M. MAIL AND pEORfi K'PRESS
( inuda.s excepLed). Arrires at Brad ord
Juni-tIon4:4e-pro. Kioh-no :0S pai IiMfii- apo
lis8 SO pin, Loamp.rt 10:io p m, Chicag . 8 00 a m.
Peoria SS a m, Ua esbunr WH an. Burl.nnon.
Iowa. HK6 a m. Keoknsrli:30 p m. Quincr 1-43 p m
Lo-iaTlUelao a en. Terra Uaaia ll:V an, Mattnort
53 a m, Cairo4:40 p m. Pana 4sTa .Alton 8-00 a
m, rjt Louis 9:1$ a m, Lafayette lfelo mid, Spring
field, Ills ,7: 0 a m. . .
Passengers bv this train reah St Louis tbe next
morning" bears Sltftvxtst and for points west
of St. LauIs aad, .Keokuk natraw'la adTance of
all other routes. ..."
t.Ttir V.' M. CHICAGO AND BTJ'LOTJTS BX
iOJ PRESS (Sunders excepted): Arrireaat
Piana 94iS d m. 1'oledn 5:30 a in. .'arrit H-lrt . m
Bradford Junction 90"p m, Lnransport 2 JO am,
Chicago 80a m, Ind.anapoUs 9'ga m.lerre Baute
kd, sattoon mitt n. riiii im a m, Alton
3"0 p m, St. Louis 4.00 p m. L.fa'ertef:45 a m.
Springfield. Ills ,4:15 p m. Quiocy llSOpm, Keo
kuk 1:00 am. Lr-uisxi 1a8j0u a la. Nashville 6.-00 p
m. Memphis 10KK) a m.
' S" Sleeping ears run In this train from Celnm
buctn Chisago aad !t. Louiayrithoatehansie. This
is docidcdl the ta-t train from Colrmbus to Chi
cagu, St. Louis and LouisTille. as it snakes q sicker
time an I a-riTes ar-tMr-Louis and Louisrille 9
' " "d makes p-ireotooaneetioes for
all points West and South one train in advance of
anyother roats. - ..jjU s.. i-iiui
l'VilVf-,,-- -I'H.T, EXPRESS. Dailyria
Indianapolis (Mondays exceoted). Via
Logaasoort. Arrives alBranford Junction 4:1 a
m. Logansport (HO a m.CbicagnlB e'm. Peoria
Saiprn, Keokuk l4ipm Indian. toll 838 a m.
lerre Haute 12:15 p m.Kvarrf vi'Me 7 So pm. arafeon
3:J p m, Cain. A:IS a m. Pajia 0 p m, Alton 93M p
m, .t. 1-oulsH: 5 p m. If-yetle 3:10 p m. tiuis
Ti le5M p m Nashville 50 a m. Memphis 4:16 m.
Passeng.rs by t is Wain arrive the same day at
St. Louis H bears ana Chicago- 8 hoars ahead of
any other route. ' ( '
STATE ROOM SLEEPnG Ctlta
Ron in this train from Pittsburgh to tndiena'poKs.
" Call for Tickets via Li gang port or Indian
apolis. ".
Tickets for sale at Dnioa and Piqu Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
vmoee. - " - i. ... .y I--J--I
' IJ .i . F- CHANDLER, GenT Ticket Agent.
w . m. luh t. uuerai ciupenntenaent;
tr a . a - - a -AM ri" at
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
—AND—
—AND— Cincinnati Railroad.
A Zl'r'ei tXPyattlTtasy -Tyr
a) ') -f-tl 1"Xce'f) BUND AT.'!
From Columbus, in connection with Trains em the
kittle Miami fc Colairabaia Xcatla
- Batiarsmsls.
l!!?f--.t-T, ..,.- ,l,f ,,y ..-H;,0.
NIGHT KXPRESS-Iaraa Rnlnmhna m 1-ia
A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardinrton. I1mJ.
Baliou. Crestline, Shelby, eihiloh. New London.
weuinj ton.uralton and Berea, amviug at Cleve
tand al5 A. M., New York 7S A. M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday- ... ,
xi u. 1 ALt.u,iiiuuAiiu-jjnTH J01um6us
at 50 A. M. , Will stop It all way stations. This
tram start fnon tie Freight Yard. I n- i 1 1'
:NEW TURK EXBKKSS Leaves Colnmbna at
11:10 A. M. Will stop at Delaware; Ashley .Carding
tora, tta;ioa, Crestline. Shelby. New Loodon( Wel
1 install. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at3aw P. M-Naw York next dayaUiWP.M,
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves. Columbus att:40
P. M. Will stop at Worthii gton. Lewis Center,
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shilh,
New Ijondenv Wellinefrm- 44rafton-and UaraaLi At
rive at Cleveland at 9 E0 P. M.. New York 7:.S T.M.
' Passengers for Fart Wayne and Chicaa. by tak
ing ihis train, will get sleeping, ear at Great line, t
HOP M.
arrive in 'Port Wiirn '
at 11:50 r. m
Ch caco at 6:0O Av H.i'beiw iu advaeoe ot vtl oth
er roufs. have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train forlhe West -jf -'.
SPRINGFIELD ACUOM MUDATION VIA DE-LAW
A RE Leaves Columbus at 1-3 P. M. Will
top at all stations between Columbus and Spring
Beid. arriTinaat Delaware at 3::lP, M.. Springfield
(saX. M.. Ihis train leaves Springfield at 1:00 A.
M arrives at Delaware at 945 A. M eJatnfnnaa
JMA.M, .,i -,,in sdl nima
Pat least SI rapists Ctirti ti'rsj gall
' Mlsmt 1aia ta fUfaicsaeaa, -U
:: y; lo lw- Verlc aAgal j, ,J(i;. -a
i ItoMton. .
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ar Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland aiae,. tpi PhUadaphif and
New York, via Crestline.
''-" ' RETURNING:'! -J i ll .'k ?
, NLiht Express arriTes at Columbus at 1:45 A. M.
' Cincinnati Exnraaa arrive at IVInmKn, atlT
f?iC-i . " .' ' - I. Vlf l-.H-.k--,.. :d r,l
Mail Tram arrives at Cnlumbns at : 5 P.M. ,
'Sprxhrfield-Accomniodatlan arrrtfaa at. Clnln rlm.
Fare aa Low aa by say Otber Rootaa
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.'1
..,.-r .. . E.8. FLINT., -
1 ' Superintendent; CleveTana'. Ohio.
.. ,A, m ,S. JAMES I'sTTERSON,
. Agent. Columb a, Ohio.
Colambaj. Hot IS. 1868 . . :.. .,,..-
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN.
RAILROADS
On' an 3 afbsr MONDAY.' Not,1 Md.'HlWs; 1 0f)R
v. : TRAINS DAILY will laare Columbus I
rOS dNCHTNATI, LOTJISVILLS, CAIRO, IT.
' loins, DATT0H. RICHstOHD, U-;
t-ii! SIAKAPOUS ek CHICAGO.; "0 ,'
Without change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MON D, and only eas change of cars to IN
f V, ..-iXLANAPOLia and, ClilCABy. a,
1. . Coaheotion. ara reliable as foDowg m
if' v' 'FIRST. AlN'tDailA
Leaves at Aftf. for Cincinnati, ClrcTevfile.
. Lanaaster, Hillsbora and Chaiientharstopsat Lon
don. Xenia, Morro. and. Loveland. arririog a
Cincinnati at 70 a m. -
'EUOND'TRAlinlT "l
. . , (Dauy except SnndayaJ , . ,
Leares at 8:00 A1. M.- fat' Cincinnati, Dayton
. Richmond, ladianepolia and Chieasm. and stone at
West Jefferon,London. South Charleston, Stlma,
. Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow
Keuth Lebaana, Fosters," Lavelaa, Milford.ar
. riviag at Cine onati at 1036 A.. AL. nnnaeoting
With the Man Boats. - 1 aw--ao-n
- "f '" THIRD1 TRAlTf.1 Yl'V-'f
. 1 . (l)ail except Sunday..) ' ""j',
Leave, at 1145 P M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
r Sprir gfield. via Xenia. arriving at Cinainnati at
! WftJL.' .r,.'. r..ri. ... ..v-.-j
1 .- .! -- . 0URTHTRAIJf-iT ,vi,s
I--'" :'il:VDailraxeept SnniJaygi -U ?'".:
Leave, at 6 P. M.-for Cincinnati.1 fraytoa'knd
Springfie.d Tia London, stopping at Alton, West
- Jeffersna. iLnnden. . ckwtk 1 t:harleton. Selma,
Co arrille. Xenia. Mprrow and Loveland. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at llhtO P.M.
I- - i ;..J J-j,! '.:-,-( i i.-.::.iit
i! i n ja; i !;.- u, :i i-.a .J-'ut-Sf 1 1
8l.ee plasr Cars, aa allNlKbt, "Tratlfa,
iii -7 ictAoil fTENRYBROOIT8;Tiekat!A'anL
) ,. , fi, .W.ljLlHSHANN.Agant.,:,til,t
JOHN DURAND, , . 1 ,:,.!,. ,.
ioi- A A ivnot ef
CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
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'UPAJI HUBLE BsHJTE.''l'X''a
'V un' and after June 56th; lfe,! trains' wiil ran a
fbl!owat..J t. -r ........ 3.1"!".: m' t. :.!.
Arrive at .'.ijiii.ii. ? .ai ;'..jyi jauj
Pittsburgh, ...11 10-Aa.aU-19KW M. 7i P. M.
Harrisb-irg..v :ao P. M. lS:2nP,M. 60 A.M.
Philadelphial t: A. M ' o P. M,m 0S A. Mi
New York..,., 6:00 A Mril, 5 P. M,. JI 50 A M,
Baltimore.... es A. M5'" 6S0 P. M. J:3oP;m.
Washington... S0 A. M. i.A0P. Mi ; 4i P. M.
Boston 6:00 P. M. . J--00 KM,
C- E'atsta'ero)mslpir.rcars-onsn nigbttrainr.
On the fast Line tbe celebrated "SilTerPsaceJ .
dav and nisht cars are run through from Colutubnt
to Philadelphia aad New Yerb witheatchartreA
, to- Passengers by the S--00 A, M. Sasday traia
rrive in lew York ats o'dock Monday morning,
an advantage-never before aierad j il il .ut
i o1Tlcit Ast,-Sreaii:L6.
.Wf "-iCARD, Sup F"fg! mg11 '
Ti.ckot Ajient, Colombus.
JOHN B. PETERS-Agcnt, Columbus. O.
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Wfhk Vn T1 M V R Tn E COAL. BQ '
NE S at his present stand.
'" No.' 135 tVortb Hlslf atr.:"J
and will take' orders' in btrtih CAMRRTTIfJtfA
HOCJtlNOCOAL, wbiohhaUpieiaradSlaU a
the lowest market price. el a
-asr-&peeial atUntroa paid to Bhipprng; it
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