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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
SElXiftf ""II?5"'? Twtaffoe train ii oJ
i.Uaikas, -Obto. -Oi Md after Monday. 'oy. i3i
an trains will ran as follows : . i"Tf CTJ
CUriUMiMiMu Cla'tl K. R.
Ka. i. pira nxpresa-.. l:lA,Mq i:e a.ms
'Trk BPret..wrt....lM8 A. M. l JOp. M,
!f W YaTxesO.J.iy:rtl.. 8:4 P.M.1MS P. Mi
Bpringfieif Aoeom.vi DL. 140 P. M. 1MMA. B,
iff" if "TT-Twyyrff.r" ii ; r.
Thi kraia leaves Sunday mornlnawaot Moadar
rTVmsvf. Jf.! r JAMJ&PATTKUHs InaL
J'ft Expiries..,.,..;....,. A M,) KX A. 11 '
fLnoinnatj AentnodAtlq. IM1. M. . :34 p. Mj
i?,m; J1:00 A. MJ
r sprat auii.l.. JjUan. t i. . a:08 p. M. 10 p.M
Hali0i-j3iuJti il W. H. H.'Sbinit,' Agent."
Baltlatara At OkW MIni,n Cwltl
HishY E x 0 rassT. . . . ? " . 35 A. M. .19:10 A M
light aiog Exre.. '77.. 711:1s A. M. .h AJS P? MS,
KxpnesLMaito........... t:lt P. M. 1M0 Pj M.I
oilTOI fd oh :v.iio,A..:DJir, ABi;
IriMHit Cleiea.go mm. tadlaMCts.
swam .-? ; i
- . H1TI. IRVlTlti
Night IxprM...M., JS:40 A. M- . fo A. M.i
Tolede Cxpres-..i. '..,.. 'M A. M.'"t P.'M.;
Wun sixprse-,.,..i... P. M. i .t P; .ULi
Day ExAireae,. ............. las P. M. MA, u'
aaky-. nBMlllt 4c Newark. U.K.
' Trains leave Newark and arrive as follows, ' '" i
ARRITaV
Pay Express '. ....... . . S:iS A. M,
9.-40 A. M. !
Ttni ana aroommocauoD 7i a. m. 7
so r, m.
ILaU anaiL.preai . .Kas p; Mr :lfi P. M. :
mttafcmrfT Clweltaaatl '': JLaii
,X"MlJ lwk.ia i : w. ; ,ui b ... ,.tw
TTew Tort Kipreas- :I6 A. M.i UKXJMid't
Ugntnfn. Kxereas.. ...... 1140 A. M. ' 6:45 P. Jd,
fiaU aod Exprees .......i. S3 P. MjM lsP. M.-
VawaieonAeeeatalatioa 6jSa Ai ;i 440 P. U.
AeeeaHaiattoa. oe r. H.
fork kUpreas run dail .All otar, traina
lorfelkxpri
tan dailTk except Mundar.
4 P aiaoa Aeotimmodatiop atarto troni freight
la-rj.i .' iy Johtt B.:Patem Agent, f
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Jaisam Throagh Hans, a. u . M. A. . r. at,
ina 8teabenyjia aad '
Pittabnrgh.li ..i.. 11:30 IS JO Ma fdO'
laitera WajHaila, C C' . i
JUrthwaat, Tie PW w 7 J' '
OC. O.C. AC. R. R. .... ta .... T.-W-
i i a i i .
jLJ. A IU. R. R........ ....... H..A .
404 ;
i u: it i Tkii uv
not 7:M !
ids Jia-
Little Jiiaai B. R.. War. -w.
C 0. R. R...Kawark. -2aneeril1e
A Wheeling.'
ty. O. a. niy
C- P. A L, Through
it ay . .
Vireieniie, uauiiootna ,.-- r.i"
Portamautii. . a. i .... .00 .... 4 74a
aaeaater. Ohio ...... i MV ..."
Bast n ay.National Road.. VtM . !.. t,. JIMS
ST Ternoa War. Waster- , . ,".
Tille.A..J.............. MflO; - W
Korth ColunbaiacdCliB- - ri . a
tooTiiie...... ....... . ... ---.. iss
r ashington C.. Tla Har
risbwrg. (trireekly
arriTes Kondaya Wed
eeeaya, A i'rKiars, and
leayea Taesdays. Tnora
Aara and laatardan....
t0
T0
Oaatre V illage. (tri-week-
WJ TaeadaTS.Thi
andays
UK.
... Ha
"B 1 730
ua -tao ' ....
t U.-0S - T;S0
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. THE JOSH BILLINGS PAPERS.
Natural History—Snails, Angle
Worms, Treetuds.
Snail ar m kind of amphibious ys
ten bora ob land, of reputable parents;
but able to lire for time under water, if
ehcnmBtances eeem'to require Itl 1
They live in an earthern houses not
unlike in design, a fireman's cap. - 'i V-i
There ir two kind ot snails, the bard
shell andt the soft shell. The soft shell;
resembles a piece of calfs lirer, cut
rounding, and gifted with crawl. - J
This calm and innocent critter iz ov
noirioral or-phisikal power not ax We .
know. orr and if Jt wasn't -for the mys
terious knowledge ov Providence, "who :
doetb kit things well," it would make ?ti
foreordained Yankee sweat" ley" guess
jiat what they. are dedikated to. x.n
In sum forrin parts they are et j for
food, but it would take a great' deal or;
pepper ,sass tew lokate them in m etum- ,
muk and keep tbeoi hare. ; . . ; ": : ,
Thasoft snail iz a Blippery enss, free
from bones, and sftrgaited, traveling
about six- "inches iit ;'a "cool " dai ;;and ,
makes Its'1 home whare things are Uam'p'. -
They are 9V sweet disposishun, and
don't git mad and tare up the morning'
paper if things don't happen , , to be jist
""""v vr-'.i.'. ';--'!-
Thny Jir- on. what would otherwise be t
wasted; which speaks well' for the ekon'
amy or the'anaUr. i1 '.'."."".
'l'h'e hard shell '; snail , seldom Jeavel .
bonMH'4nd : when . they, do,; they don't
lock-up theu.hoUBe and put the key un
der fhe .door mat,, bnt take '' their bpus': ':
bigg enuff or 2 snails; the snails. Tinder
stand this", and don't take ennynod;-
tew-board with them and "kick up mnf 1
ses
v Awl' animals. aresound' on this ider
tikal goose; they -doa't- never bild -house
thatjthey kant lli-r1. ui- r
Here ends the natral snaiLT ;
Jvv- - Hu:m a;j-"!4--iH u
' ADgfewofeVbf rtifcarthy1,' and cran .
fnr a. livinor. u.'I hir lira in nu mam?"
-7 rr: iryr i tr- r r b
ground that won't raise angleworms i
wontTtise ennything else,' and, wber.C,.
angleworms 3r-joice ,corn 5is.lsure to ,
bulfyV'If you want your angleworm ui.
of enny. siie ; yo ihaBurfpyour Bile.-',:
Ther ain; nothfng on alrtfr;m6re'mij.
miafti-able- tew ponder over 'and wee
about than h4fstrYed angleworm-r
Angleworms'. are , a sqre -crop iou goo.,'
sile, and haady tew hoe, for they plan
and harvest themselfs. The; don't tal
up much room in the ground, are es kimi
to children ez a piece- of , red tape. ; .i i . ;
It is said by the. aatarmlists-that atiV
gleworm 11 eV rubbed on! !tbe back of tl
- aecarrwill kure a:"tnariJ"of th lies.'. Vi
don't beleave this. , unless- at killa tl J
man. Death is the . only reliable hext'
for lying that has bin, discovered-yet.
" When lieineits Intda, manji jbloo ' .
the HVvjIv!! ' iC 4t jiw-
him dry. Ji" 'is'T.v" '
AagWonasatrt) used at an article f
diet to catch fish with :. they are hanr
tew p'ui''5rfto!1i1'fl!p1k;,: And; landy tel )j.
take oph, as anybody knpws wbo-ht
straddled a saw-log and fished forxlaio '
all day long Sunday in a niill-pond ;
Old fiBhemen thrttVcarry their worms
In their mouth. !w.it:wiiP;
they
frorri
'alwnz back into their holes.
Here the. natral Angleworm ends.
, -,-.-a-.:io.lK-' :-J rs.iH"
Treetuds are the only tuds ov aul tli
tnd faJnlyiwho.kan klime a tree, ... v.
How they do it iz an unfathomabU
inystery almsaiaat-to-thvriiiilk ; i
the koker nu.,!(1 ri
Philosophers, aul agree that , the mil l;
is put Wo the koker nut and: then th
hole is neatiy. plugged up, but who th
fellow ix who, dua; it, thft: philosopher
are honest enfugb, for a wonder, to a '. :
mit they kaBt toll. I .i , . - ; '
I am glad there.ii one man living wlt t
iz smart enuff tew, beat the philosopher,
for tbey,Ar' iwna. sticking their. olf
tory Into .everything, ,s And : then roa.T
tkomulrei aickfor a week, eiving .re.i-
ons for; things they don't understand.
I am afraid it willa Jwrd-with ths
Angleworms Jive in Around holwLn ,r
fit like a gimblet, and are different ,.
iPefeeps that I know ov. fof th .
philosophers vna day ov judgment. .. ,
The treetud is both male and femal,
but notboth to orice; the female don t
klime trees for obvious reasons. .
When a treetud is on a tree," tht
conform few the customs or the . trei ,
looking and ackting just like a tree.- .
This '.shows good breeding, U nothii j;
more. r , j trf 5 ' '' u ''
Treetpds are good stiddy singers, by V.
they nave rather more musik than melr.-
l - u; a i ... ...... .
V . ' ..;.- ,." M.tr
T ? 1 la a 1 A X Ll.J
inrekts-ia. that tiler! arhWtnleBSfDirk -
sslX.e chiiiiurl fffc
"w aa aia v va aut u auiui aauii ivi aa uui
or it. -
Preatvallid4htr
Worms, Treetuds. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
, ,u I-.,-,. , CITY-CLERK'S OTFTfWiJ
"" ."U" Cmiih0. Hot- . ISUS.Vi
iutitatwl in tb Cit Conncil of Columbu, for
r or U.tio( c donbia row flag atone erorsing aoroil
Peater lleyon tha norta tidaof iiong ilmt.
Alio, for bnildinc a doable row flag eroming
arm oubm riouc iBae at iMi veil aida-ot mgo
treat.
knAteo,ortnilding a donblcCriw flag emin
aoroaa noon icreet at toe west side of High street.
y u we sameHo be done ta aocurdaoee with piats and
astimaUi to be prepared by the UitrCirilEngineer
Md filed in- the office of the VUy XSerk.-
All persons elaimina damaaea nn iMonnt nf aaid
ktVopMed inrproTements; are required to file their
Disioia inueomoeoT ine uierg. m writing, on. or
fww a wautj-uim oaji iecetnDera A. XJ
0 k - -Li B. WILSO!.
P0TlS-dltaw4w . CitjUerk.
Paving Notice.
f!TTV m.RBir'a riFFicm i
or- "leases nod C6LUaracg.J..rtioy. IB. 1848-1"'
notice la nereby given, that proceedings have been
institated In th Clf
y 4Jeunoil of Oolumtms, fot
loakioi the fol lowing fnrDTOTamenta. to wit!
in
e r orar diag and pin the at pared sidewalks.
amtters and orosainas on the west side of Waahina.
ton ayau lean tb nartb uaaat alatieo flaca to
the sooth side of Gay atreei
ir street- t--, . mi
High aireet from Perry, street
ne. .ii
.als fBrrer
tarrtM
Ot the corporation line.
Also, for cradina and paying with bonlHers the
readwarof rublio alley from I lttn atrtet to sixth
atreet.
The same to he done irraecofdaacT withTaepiats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Uiii-a
gineer, and filed iiiho offioe of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvement', are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
noyfeai&w4w J S City .Clerk
Paving Notice.
To aU wkom it tntiy Concent:
CITY CLKRK'S OFFICE. i I
Colukbds, O.. Mor.
S3, 18BB.I
Kotiee ie herebr riyen that proeeedinaa hare been
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvement, to-wit :
t or grading and pavutatb naeayed eiilfrwaln.
gotten and crdssiDgs-on the west side' of the va
cant ground west of the market bouse, and for pa-
Ting the balanoe of said vacant ground with Niovl
aon pavement from Town atreet to Rich street.
Also, for lavina a double row of flaa enuaina
acMi Ceotei alley oa the MrathAside of Sprint
atreeM 4 - fit1 t i v
Also, foflayinta doable row irjf crossing across
Center allev at the south aide of Long atreet.
The same to be done in accordance with plat, and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. , .
All persons claiming damages on account of raid
proposed improvements, are Teatiired to file theii
claims in the office of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
oetore tne &ignta day ot January, a. i. ltws.
At. Hi. w ilsuii
nov-dltaw4w City Clerk
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes therein name.
SlCTION 1. Be it ordained by the Citv Council
of the city of Columbus. That there be and is
hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treas
ury not heretofore anpronriatcd. the f olio wina snma
of money, to-wit: . -
For the payment of" expenses ot Dtreet Commis
sioner and Unain iiaag, $1,000.- '- -
For the payment of employes of the Fire De
artment,10O. 1
For the payment of expenses of City Police,
450.
For the Pivment of salaries of City O eera.
too.
or exnensasAf Uitv Park. Sl.two. 9
Farlhe oavakent of eleanina- and npairlna streetJ
lamps, aiuuj f i --i,.,.- -
For Gas and Oaa Lights, S100. 3 -!
For payment if Kicolson lavement in front of
Sooth Engine Uonse StOit.
r or sewers and Drainage, 300,
For payment of Temporary Loan. S15,ooo.
Ssn. x. The several anmeof monev aeonmriated
by the foregoing section shall be expeoded in the
manner prescribed by the fifth seotioa of the ordi
nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
May S6th. 1857.
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
To asstss a special tax upon the real estate bonnd-
ing toe west side oi utgn itreewrom itodio
street to oirawDerry aiiey. -
i Section 1. Be it ordained bv the Citv Oevoeil
of the city of Columbus. That the sun of Fourteen
cents. Five mills, be and the same is hereby levied
and assessed upon each foot tropt of tha several
lotspf land bounding arabatting upon 4be west side
of High street from iSoble street to Strawberry al
ley, a the same are designated upon the plat of the
Civil Engineer, on file in the office of the Uity Clerk,
for the cost and expeoceof Aenldinat a. doable row
flag crossing across Mound street at the west side of
dish street, according to the estimate of- the City
Civil igineer. -
8ko. S. 1'pat the owners of the several lots of
lan i- noon which the foregoi ie assessment is ma1e
shall pay the amounts of money by them severaljy
uue lu loar Deuaii to jonu aiurpny, wuoin
twenty dayelrom she date ef this ordinance, or bo
sabjeet to the ioteresl and penalty allowed apon
An Ordinance. 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.
BtDlmtd. Thai the ;CTty CrviTEnaineer be. and
he iaheraby aatkoriied and directed to contract in
tae nam ot the eityot uilumoua, witn Frederick
Erfnrt, forbuilding. a. double row flag crossing
across Soatn Public lane at the west side ot High
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For axcaTating or grading. Forty oents per enbio
yard.
For boulder paving. Forty-live cents per square
yard j- r ( ? t .-. 'ii'i'f ' ' i
For tagging.U inches wide. Sixty cents per lia
Atteatt li. c. wiLiBun.
aovas-dlt City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract,
&4lolvad. That the Citv Civil Beiiaeer ?b. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name ortneeity ot uoiumbus, witnajattmaa
Lang, tor building a. double row -flnl cros&itig
aeross South street at the west side of High street
For excavating or grading, Forty-oeats'per otftfk;
vard. ...i--- - -
; r or nouiaer paving, r ony-nve eenia per square
yard. r ; -
For graveling sidewalk. Fifty- cent per cnbi
yara.
Adopted noT.X3,,ioM. i .- x . .
I AUe34 Si-Jt-TT'ILSON.-j
novae-ait lyity lifera.
I
BesijiTition 3d ontrat.3 l- -
I
, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
ha is hereby authorised anc directed to contract in
the name of the . city of Columbus, with Peter
F-aean. for buildina a double row flaa eroasine
aoross-pCeatee. -alley ron,. the north vide of Long
atreet. neon cne xoiiowinc lerms. towiu -
For excavating or grading. Furty oents per cubic
yard.
For boulder paving. Forty cents per square
r;i. ,
iweai
4
ii.
i i Besolution to Contract
Bolv6d, That the City Civil Engineer be and
heu heiwOMaJawaedand rB) toa
tha name" or the city of Columbus, with John
Marphy
, for gradinf and paving the nnpaved aide
i the west side oi Sixth street from Town
walk, nn
street to Rich street, apon tha following terssa,4-
For excavating or grading, f orty oents per en-
tit varft.
i'a, k.i . w iKirt aia nnwtnAaHna.
l v W aaa aajaaeravaaaf a mm e uuui..a
jovts-dlt Citv Clerk..
I Resolution to Contract.
bfetvad. That the City Civil Engineer be
and he is hereby authorised and dlrwtewioem
iim in tha name of tha citv of Columbus, with
Joseph Hartman for lowering the erossing across
Mound street at the east side of High street to cor
respond with the Mooison pavement, upon was lot.
lowing terms, to-wit :
. Thirty-five do 1 are. complete.
' Adopted Nov. S3. 1868.
, Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
I
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W have a full stock of
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ENVELOPES,
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Of all sixea and varieties, which will be sold at the
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BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO
j B A K K E R S
Corner Broad & High Sts.'
, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
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r. HAYDIS. JOS. BtTTOHBBOH.
W.. SATO
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CC.,V
NO. IS 8. IllCiU N UEET,
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NEW. YORK."
BEEVES'. AMBROSIA
TOR
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T H. E ; r HAIR.
improved I . . .,
It is an elegant Dressing for th Hair. -'
It causes the" Bair to Oari beautifully. r "
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. '- - -; -It
inmorate tha Boots of tha Hair. ; ; j
It forces th Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately steps Hair Falling Oat.
-It keeps ths Hait from Unanging Color tram Ags.
It restores Grey Hail to iu Original pohar. t i
It brings out Hair on heads that hay boon bald for
j .tU".-; --r-..1 years. ' "
t is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
It has reeeived over six thousand voluntary testi
monials-of it oxoollonoo. many"'' which are from
j physicians ia high standing. I'J 8
It is sold in half-pound bottles (tha nam blown
k inth glass), by" Druggists and Dealers ia Fancy
Goods everywhere, at 0 do Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas. Barnes A Co.; 7. 0. Wells A Co.;
Schieffelln ACor.KewTork." SOHMT-mohxT-dly
J. VIENNOT; & .CO,i
: GE5ERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising: Agents.
133Nstaaan8trat, Kaw XaBk-
(AiV.ineij j i
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
oar agenoy. unr lacinties wttn ail tne nrst class
daily papers in tne country, are seeona ta none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to rive superior induce
ments. -We also send advertisement to Vll Cuban
-aid South American papers, with whom we have
exclusive contracts Wearetheonl. house doing
- wd. ill u i nvrDTiuivra Dnuivcco
We oan. by special permission, referto "' ! ' -Mr.
H. T. Ublmbold, Druggist. 6M Broadway,
kew To k. -
Ueesrs. . B. Tahovskb A Co 198- Greenwiofa
street. New Tork.
Messrs Hall' A KtrCKtL, SIS Greenwich, street.
New Tork. -
Messrs. G. Bbuoi'b Sou A Co.. Type Founders; 13
v nam ners street. , n ,
Messrs. Phalom a Sow. Kew Tork. ' ' .- ,
Messrs. Hhxloic A CoLLKHDn, New Tork.
Messrs. Takbant A Co., New York. - - - i! '
Messrs. Chiceshinb A SON, New York. . ... , ,
.Messrs. Kadw at A Co.,New Tork. ', .
octa8od3m '
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & - L. LESQUEREUX
'' IMPORTERS AND DEALIKS IN :tl.'. '
WATCHES
CXrOCatt0V '
siiiTER auad : i; ;'.';'vV tii
PLATED WABE).
CARES, i. . SPECXACI.ES.
. ' GOLD PET'S, '
POCKEX-BOOKS awad '
; ; . OPERA OK.ASSES
nr ENDLESS TARIETY.
Keep eonstantly on hand a large assortment of
Seta Tksaas and WatarbnrjrClecka
For tha Jobbing and Retail Trade., Also, Agents
loriue
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watoh Glass.
as urenon ana ueoeva; in iuu supply ai --r
- low rates.
.- AaT AU orders promptly filled and satisfaction
1 F. A. A L. LE8Q"!?RECX, -
febl-dly No. 71 South Hi4h at.', Columbof.
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO
anar-arr-j3i
Oal 1 1
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
.ITkrea Train ETaave CaiaasBatyTTnfaa
St!rA. M ." BTUHT ETpRES S, arriving s I
ZanaaviUa at SilI'A.. Mi H. a M ali IS4S A . U 1
Baltimore at e5 .A. MTTyV aeniagton 3ity at&id
Au AL, i sis Ki-ft-i SJ . .. .TTa CT - r
..,-,:.fn,nw, ii in tw :
I:iO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS-tJ rrVving
at Zanesville as 1:47 P. Br : Bell aire at 8:10 M ;
aHimore at a A, W.aaaiMtoa City at IMS
vin'ii (ii"mTi .fiaoittM fchii vl .Jfc j
s:ia P. M. EXPRESS MAIL,arrivigat Zanes-
rillr at 4:B6 P.'M.; Bellaire at 9:15 P. M.: Baltimore
AtesaS P. M.; Washington City at 30 P.M.
t 'lilt ti .1. (Ilo-.l ''111 i.:ri;li;l 9(1 T
Close eonneotUn mad at.BalUmnra sdoWaahr
lngtoh with trains for Philadelphia and, New York.
Passenger boiling through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of i ,ic
siting;; Washln
,. ij -li-'i, a l.'Tii, ... ... w b-i o 'J t'l
No.CtiahgebfCars'atOhlo River
.VatlU J
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SLEl'INGr'1CAK3 J0?T ALL NTGT
Aalc far TICKETS rla. BELLAIRE
:; : wo.
itiO L WILSON. Master of Transportatka
X-EPLE- 5"eral Ticket Agent. ,:
JNO
4
l.,Tjr,w Medical
ThsaAKeUelBia tor tbe Sklnv. rare
wltaoat ifa.ll, very' klaial or aw-.-.K
. alghtly erapUoa of xbo. fstoe, - ,
'l3 or ttrnlosr. IrrlUrtlac r ' .
Alatreaalsts; cataaraas ' -''"
y; r ,' Haoaaao ea suay BHtrt n i '
, "a.. : .; :v.r iTv::.;
moWii Tflimed mi nfOtnl mtrHfrint mmp:,.;
lija. Mi l om now looking quIH like a nuia," writes
Vharle. K. Nol.lo, OsuL-ral Agent of Mich. Central '
jB.B.. 173 Broadway, N.Y. .,.
Wefitd it an inrnhmblt rmteity for TeHer, ott" . ,
Writa Higley Bros., Druggists, Fairfield, Iowa.
I '1M tried yomr vatmhte rrmeity for Barber' t ' :
! ifea itkk rmu aw.au," wrttea C. Wi liantont, of
LomiustQr;Mass.,..i: . ,r i-j,... tj(i.
; Send for "circular Price, Ti eta. and tt.to. . v
, Preparedonlj by , v 80LG!f pauter, ii ! 1
, . a W.rt Fourth Stnw. Cioclanati, 0. 1
. For aal by Druggiaa goaerally. :.:a ..-,-.
; septal drodAwly , t Lhs is-vilifi;' ii1! 7 ;r
tO-. PHILOSOFBY OK MARRIAGE. A Nbw
C'Oi'BBS OF LlCiUhBS, as drlivereil at the New
York Museum of Anatomy einbraeirg the sub
jects: How to lire and what to 1ie lor; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood geaeral y review
ed : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac. 1
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to panic unable to attend, on receipt of
four stamps, by addressing SSCRETAKY, Nbw
i una isirx of anatoht aid pcibucb. 18
' Ruiiitwi. Nia Tnu. v.T.r.kLit1
B00K! BINDERIES.
. . -i n.i
f I 1.,..- . a-awavrw:,.,!. ; ,
BOOKS TOTED; FOR , BIXDISG.
T HAVE YOU I
' A NX BOOKS. HIAGIZINEtk SHEET
ilv II U SIC. Ac. Ac that yoa wish to have
hound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prieeaf . Books sent for and returned to' any part of
the city by giving notice through potttffio. or at
' taa . , . .. ...
Franklia ' Steam . Book . Bindery
, . s : Al .--:,!..' A
; BLANK BOOK M4NUFA0T0RT
'One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
1 tho-State. - " -
..Beanw. 34, -30 38 Hoslta High Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers, and Statesman
-1 .-. steam mating umcee.) i ... ...
' BL7ANK stUOKSL : :i x. f lo " 'v
BLtilK BOOKS! ' 1
BLANK BOOKS
Of every descriptim tnd qoality, from th hi: beet
to the lowest, 1 rinted If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the luwMt prices.
i 1 e iv no:..-. H..L. u.-Vu.-
and nil Offioe rs rcquiriLg riDftHOR BLANK
: BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention.
'' 1 our patronage respectfully solicited. - ' 1
..j -i.-.i aii.-Hr. w. lefator; -
oot3-deon,um ,v" ' Proprietor.
'. SIE BERT & LILLET,
Blank Book lYIajiifactiirers,
. '.. PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS. ,
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
; 7 TBLAISIi. XJOOIIS
. o every description, with orwithout printed HeaoV
- inns, for -
COUMTT OFTTOBBS, XKW HlSTS, if ANFFACTtrRXRS'
. .T .BAhXBBS, BAILBOAD OOMPANLBS. 0.
AT Full sets of Books made on short notice,
warramwa to give penect aatisiaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDINC,
aprll eol-ly ' ' ' C0LMBU8. OH1O.
CLOTHING.
, '''OLOTHijvGr,-.j';r
CUSJ0M, AND BEADYrMADE !
, t i THE. OHIO, ,
; 1.'
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1 MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
I , j i . , .7 ' ... . - . . :' l ; -. 1 , I
j .. SO. 186 OPXBA BOVSX BZ0OA, :
, , ' : Claaktt,Oklt,
A SUPERB NEW tTOCKffCLOTHS.
Cassimeres Overcoating and V eatings, both
foreign and Domestic tor rail and Winter wear,
..-., - ' :
?i GEte.BimJ-0fJFASHl6S,8
Will always find both onr materials and our work
to be ia the oewbt ef the mod. We a "all snare
no pains in prodeeinc the mostelegaht and fash-
lonaoi garments to 0 louaft any woei. i,:s
-:vjt
-r-d
-i.i j- i-rta
j BEADY-MADFtlLQTHIIIIJi1?';
tot
Of wbieh acreatnartlsmaaufaetaredbveuTCelveaL
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways oetoana en ouxsneives, ia an An vaxielxes
01. me season, a very low prices. - .
. Ji.l -uij ..!.- ' V'-.i: '
GENTS': FUBNISHINQ; G0OD3 :
In full lines, always kept on hand. A'-'
HENKV MhlSa. Sepeiintendent.
.! ;l.,j--JOHN RICH -Treasareri -t '
I ' V VtG. PtRKS. 1'oremaa. -,
oetlS-JeodSm , ,i 1 ... ...
- ...... - -' ' .
FALL1AND: WINTER GOODS.
Clothidg mpbrinm;
! No. 220 South' High St.','.;
1 " COI.tJiriHljai, OHIO. ,
HATE JTTJST K E CK I E k "TWt
larrast and fineat atoek of Fall, and 1
and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
, Frenoh, . -
i Knxrliailx: suitl
i e-. '.: ,u.
' Domeatio CIotham h i.i .
:-j Caaaimerea, &o.,
: For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 wlU teU at th low
. est Cash prioos. '- ' . 1 ' ' '
'-- -Also keep constantly on hand, a well selected
stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
i
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JOHN H17NTRR -
WQAtaath Bisb atreet.
GROCERS.
M'COLJI, 1 MILES & il'OONALDS
; NO. 194 & l SOUTH HIGH STREET
O R O C E M. ;
TjROPnlETORS fJOI-UIrlBIJa POW?
! R MAGAZINE, and aaanta r,K- i.
Batard wder Company's .Powder, Agents for.
. UAK1IMSK, fUlPPS! A CO.'S
ilii 1':
Celebrated . Saeavr Cared
.IlaB
anddealersin . . v,
FOEEIGN, DOMESTIC ASD STAPLE
. ' CRflTVPITa ' -
n all their tarietia. Lnnortad Wine. RJt-
. - W A. J
. .w"-iff''i ( Il -i - rt7i'ffii.3 1 1 if
Cigars, .to.
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
tr.
a. . , ' .oe'''
M .
Th Shortest Boula Wail N Change of Cars ta
i?aPB TRAa'8 JDAILt leave Colon epet, Co
lumbus, oh sad after -Nov.' SI, m6, as '
follows: filia
st atilfordsAT , m, UrbanalOUy Am.BeJlefootsin
l.-osp m. Saodmky e oo p of. Piqua 11:16 m. To
ledoS-SOp m. Detroit 19110 Bm7
I tia tt roa expretsfy fiaTpl4tf STrt-D
tmieb.stnea', arn.ii.g at uth places 3 henr
ahsag of anynthermrV?i 7 ".TT ,
11 fV ScJl: MAlr"TpraoRiA et press
l.laeKHd) -Arrive aEBradlord
Jo-tion:40 p m. Kioh rond 6K6 p m. India, spo
lisSO p m, boanfprtl0o pm.Chieaer8aam
Peoria saa m. Ua asiiaia .00 a m, Bnrlinstoa
Waa.alKMiaiii. Kaokakiaao pm.Oa!nee ffi'
JSS am, 0airo4:Saiaa'iB.4J .JilUmgrtsZ
m. Ht Louis :1S a m, Lafayette 18:00 mid. iiwina
field. Ilia .7: .Oam. .."J
Passengers b. tbia liaia jaub St. Louia the next
morning "-aoaraasaoaa. and for point, west .
of Ht. Louis and Aeokuk one train in advance of
Loui0TiiiaUeu a in. a crrtj nsuie upirJ. Msttinoai
ail oincrmuieB.- - "i .jm .miu -rifi 1111,1
P. M. CHICAGO ANO ST. LOUIS EX.
PRESS (Sundays excented). Arrive, .f
Pious WIS a m. Toledo 6:30 a in. i.etroit 8:10 am,
Bradford Junction a P" mi Loraaspnn svm,
Chic) 8s;0a or, 1 nd 'srapolii t-jt ja. Xsrre baat"
t-3a a m, Mattoon :IS a m. rana TfoO am, Alton
5110 p m, &t. Louis 4;oo m. lrarUei7ama
Sprinsfiold. Ills , 4i5 pjb Qaiooy UMpm, Keo
kuk 10 a m.. L"Uisvi le Sfiu a m. KashvUlaA.-00 p
m, Memphis 100 a m. ' ' ---"'w. - " " .
"'ar Hleeprag cart ran id ibwlrUn fnnxHColnm
butChicago aad St, Louis without change. This
is decidedlr the tet train from Colrmbas to Chi
eago, St. Lonis and Louisville, aa it mates quieter
time ant a-rives at SW-Louis and Louisville 9
boara a head and makes direct connections for
sllpnints West and Bcath one traia ia adranoeof
any that roata.-,. . ..-( ,.,. - , e
1910 -KM-, NIGHT" EXPRESS. Daily via
Indianapoiis (Hendeys excepted).-Tie
Logansoort. Arrives at Bradford J unction 4:1 a
m. Logansport 040 a uwChicago IrJS p m. Peoria
sas p m. Keokuk 145 p m. Indian. ooli, BdO a m.
Terr Haute 1S:15 p m;Evanrrille T0 p m. :atoou
300 p m, Cairo 4:15 m, Paaa 50 p nr. Alton :0 a
m, t. Ixuisl':i6p m. Jf.yetle 1:10 p m. Louis
T 15:0 p m. Nashville 5a m, Memphis 4J5 p m.'
Passeng.rs by tuis train arrive the same day at
St. Louis hoars and Uhioago 6 hours ahead of'
any other route. - ' ' -
STATE BOOJI LEEntfl CAltS
Runln fts'traiSfnl,ittsbrilrgn totndianspnliiu''
(UJ,a,Tiekatavia.XiiganaiKiil;-or,indian-i
a Ticket forsaU at Cnim-anTqaT(MtsJ
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad .Ticket,
Offices. i
F. CHANDTTERTGenn Ticket Agent.
r-.t .1-i,.,-J,ML)JNT) General anperintendeatf
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
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ictctfpt sfrwrv'ii.'-?"o 7!
From Corsmhas, in connection with Train! ea th
BHtlairUaBal A Calauaau Jk Xaaaial
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: NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at Id
A.M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Oilead,
Gallon; Crestline. Shelby ribilob.liew Londea.1:
Wei Un ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land allies A. M.. New Tork 7410 A. M. This train!
leave. Sunday mornnc, not Moaday. J ...
NO, 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colurobut
at iM A. M, Will stop at all way stations. Tha 4
train starts frem the Freight Yard. ....
MEW TORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at'
liao A. M. V ia stop at Delaware,Aahley.Carding-;
ton. Gallon, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at S:c P. M .. N ew York next day at fc3 Pi U-r .
.MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves ColumbasatSO .
P. M. Will-stop at Worthii gton, ILewis Center. '
Delaware, aad all Htations to. Khalby aad hkUoWI
rive at Cleveland at .60 P. M.. New York tS- P.M.i
Passencer (or Fort Wayne and Cbieage.- by tak-fr
in this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline air
8:00 P M.. arrive in Port Wajao at lld P. J
xiew Aionoon. w eiunsxon, iitsiuidbho cerea. Ar
Ch eaaro at 6:00 Ai M...beina in advance of all oth ,
er rout-s. have ample time for breakfast, and taka
the earliest train for th West -.- mj i
, SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbus- at M P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3-M P. M Springfield, '
f 30 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at T.-00 A. ' 1
M arrives at Delaware at ai A. M.; Colauibasi 3
Pa teat Sleeping Cars are raaaa atli !
, nifhl Traina ta CliIcatstH-y..: . ,'
. Sew Vork land
JBostoBi. . ' -
i .' ''' ' i . - a- ' ..t 7 s o;
1 tm, Bagrsir eheeked through to New Tork and a
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New Tork, via Crestline. - -
RETURNING r
1 Nisht Express aniresatColumbuSBtKaS A. M. -j
: Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl:.
P. M. :.:e;i.i ;.u),bJ.i;1
Mail Train arrive at Ceteaahna at P. M.
; Springfield Accommodation arrives at Colnmbns
atlO:4UA. M. - -.'kiai'is i.ia',-.jii
Far a as ATaw aa fcy aay 4)taiei Batata L
Ask for Tickets via Crestlineor Cleveland,, rio-)
I E. 8. FLINT. ' .
....!. r. 1 Bnperintendeot. Cleveland, OhioJ """l
I ... !' ; . JAMKS PATTERSON, .
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' Columbus, Nor IS. 1808..
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Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
Oa aa v after MONDAT. Nor. x3J, lfl68,;FfJUR 11
; TRAINS DAILY will ltava CmoaaaA xn. vi.ii
rOS CINCINNATI, LOUHTILLE, CAIRO, 8T.
. Louis, datton; eichmond. pr-
BIAKAPOIIS AcmcACH)."''" iV"s KH
Wlthon (change of ears to DAY TON. and RICH V
unvn .1 1 .1 , A
MOND, and only ons change of cars to IN
7 .DUAATULlD tnt t'tUUAUU..
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Connections are reliable as Ibllowg
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SECOND TRAIN.
. Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 8 TOO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayiira
Richmond. lndiaeepolis and Chicago, and stops at" 1
' 1 West Jefferooe, London. South Cbsrleston.'tMma. . 1
Cedarville.Xeniai Spring Valley, Corwin7.MoiTOW '
r South, Lebanon. Fosters, 'borelanH Milfara.aiWtil
.riving at Cino'onati at lQJSaA, M7, conneetiBg
"with, the Mail Boats. V:;i 4:TZ TT-.-.i
' -vi,rj i'. IBjBO-TBAIir.a-o J--"' initial
u : -7- lnyiaetBundaysi Li:a ,n'i
Leaves at IMS P- M for Tiaelana4t. Dayton aaeTi-
.. Hprirgfield.vUXenia.aniviiig at Cincinnati at
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j t-FPBTH TRAP.,.. .fcH,;, J.-i
'- 1 (Daily axeapt aaaaays.)
I leave at P. M.,for Cincinnati. 1 Dayton: and 1
TitSpringfield via London, stopping at Alton. West .
Jefferson, Lomkin,' 8ovth- Charleston,-- Derma '
CenarviUe. Xenia. Morrow and Lowelaadj aadac,i
. riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. ML , , , . r,
F.v.,:irf liiS.'J eiu lAWil U7aat VU iXrbO l i
' 1 baa -Hvita Inn ilJiii Sua' ..io.'ito ui
neepiBg Cart aa ali nifht Tralitli
.v, : 'a RViftoq-irV Ticket Ag.'!;?
! -a 1 sill ..Wi.a. HlNiAgont.-'- 1!-3
' JOHN DTJBAND.i r ti 14TO s,s4 aeuod -
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PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. RAILWAY.
',, !u, PAJI HA1PH3 BOllTB. n iri:.ii
"vi aad alter Jana jeth; TEe'trains will ran''1' :l
N. Y. Express. Mnlf A.V f .t
(;olumbua......lO0 A. M. J?I5 P. M. 110 A. ilL.
AT.a.la 1 , 1 J a.caa a . ?- . t sa.wsa r . as -t ol. iSr
follows: ,Tr .'.ilt'O'i Uu'aui)
liCWMBy..tv.M.;Asnt : r. JTLa, '"JJ:t f . Mr ,
S Arrilt" e?.?- t.Kft
Pittsburgh ....11 10 A. M.
M.
7:05 P.M.
HarriKwvrg.it. :T . M-j J0 P. Ma.li Alto AM.T
PhiladelpHia.. IAt a-M. .,40 P. M..,, .SA-M, ..;
New -Terfc.ii :ee-Xr Mi' SS P. M.l TT B A. M,
Baltimore A. L,.;,S P. je P. M.:ril
Washington.,. WO A.M.. SioP.M, r 46P.M.,.
Bostoai.tiJ. Mi Pi M. ti..il.. -;!wllP. M.-I
It Eeaentsta'e room sleeping oarson all night trains, it
On'tbe ast Line the celebrated "Silver Palaeer
day and aisht oars aYe roe lbniaah flma Colaaav-n
to Philadelphia and New York without charge.
Pessengers by the 1:00 A. M. Sandaytrala1
arrive in ew Vork arts o'clock Monday mogaina 1
an advantage never before oBered..
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I', t GenT Ticket Ag't. Steubenvilla.7b.- , ,
f- W.W.CARD. Superintendert,steubenville.O? ' '
Ticket Axent, Columbus. 0
JOHN B. PETERS, AeeatColumbTis, 0 .
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T. ) ALLEN, Agent. '
W1 Kt2W,T?CB CAa.-BJ i. KTJ
NB.-S at his present stand, v . .
, la. 1SS -Jarth HIh 1 ' '
1 Htiic1iwnfn'ldi,r 1? .CAMBRIDGE -HOCKING
COAL, which he is prepared to a.U . v
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