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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Jiwlin,5?,,rI-T- departure Mm at Oa"
l j i faTTi.. ilin ", Monday, jov. 134,
trains will rmn u follow s ' ' TT
CITel4, Colaatat ArClant r! R.
1
ST. Wrt CxpnM.; 1:10 A. Mi
' LBaVB. ABBIV
1:10 A.M."
AM IMA 1 U . -,..AD 11
ail and .' xprae..i?....... 8W P. M.' mi p.tj.
I- Bpringteld imn.Tfi Dell. I N P.'m " A.' M
. . 1 Awiilitin.... MLILh Trft P.jil
This train leaves gmdit morning not Monday.
J.
' JfMJtS PATTERSON, lint,!
ytaoiaaati AaownaodatloaJ SSOA, M7 1 a P. ML
lExpreaa........... i. 1H6 P.1C 11:00 A.M.
Express '. 6:00 Pi M. . 10 F,H
WJJ. H. Shikn, AsrenL
BMMMOr: Ohi Ra(lrM4, CeatrsU
i -aia AHvlalen
'm.JH Jj-Z-? '' U ', ' BBRTV.1
Sfarfct Excise..... 35 A. Ji. 1X2:10. A..M
.Lightning Exprees..,.. ...11:10 A. M, B:3S P. M,
Lxprees MU- ... 1:15 P. M. 12 JO P. IL.
r;'. ; .,' A. D. Smith, Agent, j
Vclmmku, Chicago Indian Cea.
V.'. miBiiwar .-.-
iL-i MiK'-'f.-""!- i'uiwj ; muti.
.ntcfct Kxpre.a.......v.8;4 A. M- (KM A. M.
.Toledo itxpwi . M A. M.. J P, ji.
Wo lorn K rpreea 8:50 P. M. lit p. M.
tDy Express his P. M. 11:00 A. M,
Ijii.irfJ . G. A. Hux, Agents j
J , RaattltMJcnewark fl.R,
1 y Train leave Newark and arriv aa follow -,
u"" '' . " " LSAVR. '-AlaWTai
rtxT-2.;"iu,..V..:. B: A M; 9i A.'M,
freight an Aaoommodatioo TtfS A. M. 940 P. H.
iflauaa Hxtem .......lS:a P.M.; S:U P.M.
i b'x'.y.l 4i lui s'.ivij AiW.IlunrauAaaBt..
UaakasTh, Glaelaaatk , JLvala
Wlifimwii nr KaUlawaf j . .j 7lj ( -: j i
" wYort xTBWf.i.;''!" M.';, iMMid't
-LinhtBlaa Kxinw.v...t..m At M. ; tH t, M.
.Mail and Kzaraai .j.j.i... SaM P. M. !M:4P. M.
Jtaaaiaoa Aooomaadatiaa B.-M A.M.,,., M P. M.
, aXI'aw )'ork tiprwi ran UUj. All oti train
irB daHr. axeept Snnlar.' - " "- '
-ji DTniitoa AowiaaodatiMi ttarta fram fraifht
w.ijv. acia 4-i" ; t..- -.i t
-ui oi iiiio.ij-.Joim ?.PTMf-AltBat:'
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
CL0O8. I
Butara Tirourt Man.
, ' r'a Stcn baaTiUa and
10 PHttkniTh.. .i.... ......
-Xaitara Waj Maila. C. C.
3 10M T30
3ft r.... i3jM
'Sortbwesl. ria Ft, W. A .
Cliica. TiaO, P. AL U.
juu. a. ai.M......
iUtflaatiaai &JU Tiw'
tittle Miami B. B.1. War.
41 O- K. R.. Mawark,
Zanetrilla A Wbaelinc.
C. O. H Wt
11:30
110
1:5S
.... KJ0
1M
7
!C- r. tl, f hronca and
jtTrraiaviUa. ChilUootha . u
j,-Partaiaaoth........ : .
aosaiUr. Ohio.. ........ , ....
tmi M ay. National Road. ' 10-J
Jaa, V croon War.Waatar-1 -: :
.-Till. .103
Jtortb Colombu andClia-
5- tonTill loaa
9.-00
B.-00
..... 730
.. IMS
';.'.'..! .
-f -- :
W ahi artoa C Tia Har-
t, lisbara. tai-woklyJ
. amvai HondaTa Wad
DuUtI, A PridaTS, and
" harat Tnasdara. Tbon
iran aaA 8atardaTB..v.
M0
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Cactre V Ulaca. ( tri-weak-
. lTJTaaadaTa.TbardaTa
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'uiil MatiurdaTl.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. AGRICULTRAL.
"TBtsraVATioK of Shkvp from Dogs.'
"Tbo writer well "remembers, when a boy,
'that' tU lather (residinjr in Kentucky)
never bad any sheep killed by dops, al
'fhoQKh Ills flock was much the largest of
'any In the neighborhood. On one occasion,!
:j well remember, when there were over flf tyj
'eheep killed one night, Immediately around,
In the neighborhood, and that five or six
Neighbor? that bad lost sheep, the night
previous came to my father's to. learn his
rJosse8, but tbeir astonishment was great to
leam he had' loef'no sheep.'? They then;
.sagely concluded that they were "his dogs.
that had, depredated on their flocks. Aci
'cordibgly all his dos, some eifiht or ten
"were called up, and their months rijfldlyi
'examined, to find blood or wool as evidence,
T)I toeir uiit; nni none appeareo, ana ineir
Astonisnment was siiu-greaier. : .
My father told them he conld easity sat-i i
Tstv them.'r Tber would never have a sheep
"killed by1 dog or wolf if they "would:
4r with - their- flocks as he :dldJ with;
lis1. 'Their wonder-was Increased when he,
;told them all they Irad to . do was to ' let
their sheep run with their cattle constantly,!
and they would never have a sheep killed
,l)y dojr 'or .a wolf. :To show: tbem the:
jroof of his correctness, he invited them to:
walk. with him to the pasture where rbls,
'cheep and cattle were feeding, taking all
the dogs. '1 ,'- ".'.4-' -" f
'f When ' they.0 reached the pasture, my.
father requested the gentlemen to Bet the
xefcs on the sheep or cattle: This - was
6om.J- The sheep immediately sought pro
tection by running to, under and behind,
"the cattle, while the latter made an Imme-i
'dtate attack on the dogs and in less than
' five mtnntes everv dog was run ont of the
rpastrtre. , One ot the gentlemen asked the
'privilege of -bringing his dog, thinking my
t 'lather's dogs had been trained to run from
.the, cattle, , The request was readily grant
;ed, and all the gentlemen, met again next,
-morning when some fonr dogs were set oa
the sheep wKh the same result, viz: The
"flogi were driven ontof the pasture in even
less time. -This satisfied, the gentlemen,;
and there- were no more 'sheep killed in
thatnelghborhood.K - --J -' -'- j
About -twentyTyearsVtejy I fell beir to
.some thousand head, of sheep. Tha neigh-
"borbood to which I removed .was then
'greatly afflicted, . with what were, called
xheep-killUig 'dogs,. And- remembering myj
'lather's custom I kept my sheep and cattlej
together,' Still residing in Kentucky. Onet
Tjnornlng six or eight of my neighbors call-!
ed in that hatTlost some eighty Bheep th'
.night, before., Xearning. I had Jost. nonet
"but of my flock,-they were unanimous in
the belief that my dogs had done mischiefs
The dogs were aU called up and critically
examined for proof of their sheep-killing
'procllvltles. buf without tbo least success.
' As they bad two or three doga of their
c)w .wlUi themyl told. them that If tbeyj
would walk, with me to my sheep, I would!
.learn them how to preserve sheep, from be-i
Ing killed by- d6gs. " They did so, and on
reaching the pasture of some two hundred
acres, I desired the gentlemen to set theiif
0dngs on my sheep,-and to do their best in
doing so. ' The effort was' most earnestly
made, but it was not. five minutes before
every dog was driven over the fence, out
of the pasture the sheep Junning directly;
to the 'cattle for protection, and the cattlej
assumed the most belligerent attitude to-1
'ward the' dogs, and cleared the pasture in
no time of tbem., No more sheep killed In
tMt region; " ;. t r .:. r- v-',1.- r, ' ; .. j
Any gentleman can prove thisby a trial.
.It may. take a short time tor the sheep and,
'"cattle to asimtlate togethet. bntr that ft is
certain, is. beyond -question. NaihvUla
Union, -v.-- "'XllZZnZl 1
AFPLis yos 3f rLCflLpowa Some years
ago lr Emmons, of-jgow-Torkr made ai
r?careiBl analysis ol the apple.,-Jf I recoUecB
irlht, he made the nutrient,, or feedloe
afteof appies,' nearly or quite itfaf w
i that of .potatoes.! i Bat bo that as ft may. i;
ehavefortbe past,, two. months i f reel y: -feci,
ap plea to , my horse, cows, sheep, .swine)
aha young stock, jind as I know With thej
best results my,, ipows , giving., a largo
;yleldT 'ofi milk- and cream, ' producing aj
UaHtyf butter nearly -or uquite;
,iqual ft)i that i rpduoed upon za,T ull
jeed . of , succulent ., grass. " The , apples
are cut In one of "K'uttlng's root cutters"!
''fan implement that gives roe entire eatls-l
.faction,) about twelve hours before fed to
jmy stock.., This exposure of the cutapplea
to the atmosphere seems to much neutral
izi the acidity of the soar Ones." In the
loa'rttti I think itr more 'economical -to
-raise good. late keeping varieties' for stock
Jeeding, than that of, growing root-crops
.for the same purpose. Perhaps, however
I had been brought ap on a farm in "Old'
Englaod," instead ot in ew mngtana, i mtgnc
entertain different views upon this subjecU
Country Gent.
J30QTS AND SHOES.
J1J
t. a. HirAin.
' O. HOBIGXK
-lllt-rVl uvui u nnu' viiuuwi
-.vt:- mi sKbpaBd MAvifvo srORsiEit
'I. a partnership with G. H0RIGEB, for the
fpurpos of carry ing on the Boot and tihoe trade a
fJIO; let OUTH HIGH fTTHEET,
"rVonld respeetfutly invfie-thelrfriende knd the
tpublieaooerally U oall aad examine their fine and
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
XUhildreal Boots and Bboes, this day received di-
root Irom the beat, and which they are now offering
'for sale on the moet reasonable terms. In onrman--.wfaetariag
departmaat special atteatioa is given tor
jynUi,WSTOM MADE WORK. ,, 3. , :
Sepairingof all kinds neatly and promptly done.
v e would reepecuully solicit a share ef publioj
patronage. . Please give as a call, h o trouble to
Snow goods.' '-- ... . j j-.. ,. ; ,,. I
:jt Jteuwiaber taapuaa - Wo. 16S Soath High street,
t.
i'Colsnbaa,O.J6ept. U.li.
ouiiriiau nutuu&K
. aeplS-dtf
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
o a icAom u may concern:
A A A M . i CITY CIiERKL'S OTFIOE.-
f 'ii i W J Colokvvs. Ql Nov. s. 1868.1
restituted in the City -Conoefl- of Coiumbai, for
umiuv id, luiiowiua iraprDrvmrau, w wil s
For layinc a doable row flag atone emfala(aanM
Center alley on the north lido of Long street.
, Aleo.. foe- baUdinav-av doafele-ewwt fla flmmint
aeiDH aoath Pablia lana at the Veal lidk of Higa
streea? k -I 4
two. jot 'oauaina; a aoabla Tow.S . erosnni
i,iu ua wan Brae ai nif n street
f TaaameWedoae.ra aeeetdanee with nlaU aad
"'"" w pa prvperea oy tne vityuiTUngineei
and Sled far ta affinnf (k.mt.oWk . . .
AU aertomolalmins damages on aeoeant of said
BTopeaed imprereaMala, are Mqalred to file tbeir
?" the ofiaeaaf the Clerk, in writing. a or
vJ " iwenij-mui oayoi lieeember, A. U.
1888.
'niwjjwi .t.1Mc "... in
. T n nrrronw
nnT'O-oliaw
Paving Notice.
Taall telom it may concern: ,
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I
t Ta u rnimiDra i . Knw lal IflatO I
N ot.O (a IiamTit trivaan
bsti.tated.4n the Cit Conned ef Columbus, fai.
T. xor grndang aad navina tba nanared sidewalkit.
gutters and erossings on the west side of Washing.
(bar avenue; from the north ida of laUaai'laoe ta
Also, for aepaing Sigh straaA ftm Perry .street
ot the corporation line.
(.Also, forgrading and paving with bo alders 4he
W WUIU HUB ui in, BLreHL.
roadway of fubiio alley from i ltth street to Sixth
atraet.
The samato be dona in accordance with tbenlati
and estimates to be prepared by the 'CUr Ciril Jta.
gineer, ana niea in tne omce ot tne uity tjierk.
.-AllaersoBselaimiaBr damaaaa ea aecoantof
proposed improvement, are rea aired to file their
slainM in the affioa of tbe Clark, ia writing, an or
neiore usiuiLur ot January, a., u. useu. -
. , . . I V U7TT UW
norl9 dllaw4w City Clerk
Paving Notice. Paving Notice.
To all vAom U may Concern : YSYT
urn ulkk&'b orriiTB, '
COLtniBOS, a., Nov. S3, ISffl.l '
For aradin and Davinv the nnDaved atdewalka.
gutters and crosinzs on tbe west side of the va
cant aronad west or the market bonM. and fnr
ving the balanee of said vacant ground with Niovl-
san -paremenv tram, i ow street t Kicn tareet. i
'Also, for lavina a doable row, of flu'imwrin
across Center, aiey oa the south, side of Saving
i tAjsa, tnr laying a aonoia row nag aroma asreaa
uenter ane? at tne aonta sine or Liong street.
The same to be done in accordance with nlata 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 saTJ
Proposed improvements, are reauired to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writinr, on or
oetore tne Jsigntn day or janary. A. I). 1869.
novM-dltaw
.wiw City Clerk I
An Ordinance
Uakiog appropriations for parposa therein nameT
. Section 1. Be it ordained br the CitvOonacil
o tbe -eity of Coluabas. 1 hat there ba and is
hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums
of money, to-wiU
For the payment of expenses ot Street Commis
sioner and Chain (Jang, H.OOO.n. s r
For tbe payment of emolOTai of the Tire De-
art men t. tlOO.
For the payment of expenses of City Police, $1.
450. r . .
For the payment of salaries of City O oers,
soo.
For expenses or Vity rarg, c l.aoo.
For the par ment of oleaninc and repairing street
I or uas ana uaa Liignts! aiuu. t .
Fornavment of Kicolson rarement in front of
South Engine House taoo.
r or Hewers and drainage, a3uo.
For payment of Temporary Loan, $15,000.
bc. 1- Tbe several sums of money appropriated
i the foregoing section shall he kxneoded in tbe
aaner areeeribed br tbe fifth eeettea ef the ordi
nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
May JSth, 1867.
rr bl. n&uri irjDi, s
President of the City Council.
ragged nov.as, a. u. una.
Attest: L. .
. Wilson. City Clerk.
novaa-jaM-i
4
w . . -, - v i- i a.
ti ' ici Ordinance
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing tba west side ot High street irom noble
street to Strawberry alley.
Section 1. Be it ordained by tba Citv Cenncil
of the city of Columbna, That the auo of Fourteen
cents. Fire mills, be and tbe same is hereby levied
and asseaaed upon eaoh foot front of tbe eeverai
lots of land bounding or abutting upon the west side
of High street from XSoble street to Strawberry al
lev. a, the same are designated noon thanlaa-f tftNi
IjCaa Baal near, oa .file in Ihe office oi tbe city Clark.
lor toe cost ana expense ot ouiiaicg a aouoie row
flag crotiing acroea Mound street at the west side of
high street, according to the estimate of the City
Civil E' gineer.
BEO.-x. xt at tne owner at tnaaevemi ioas ot
an I-neon which the forrgoltrtr assessment is made
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf to John Murphy, within
twenty daya irom the date of this ordinansaTor ba
subject to tba interest and pena'ty allowed upon
the same by law. .
President of the Ci v Conneil.
Xa4ad KttvJsi- D. lasa. . '-s -.- X
Attest: It. E. W ilson, City Clerk.
3 esolution , to Contr apt.s.r ,
Sttohed. That the Citv f!ivil Encrinear ha-'and
n is herwbr authorised arid directed to contract in
the name ot tne city ot uoiambus,- wttn rnderick
Erfurt, for building a double row flag crossing
across Sooth Public lane at the west side ot High
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per cubio
yard- p mm t. ---, r "
r Fog boudeT paving. Forty-five eenta pet Square
x vr uaaiL-is. j lucutw wiuo, niujnua jxauii-
u toot.
AdopUd Hov. S3, 1SSB.
Attest: L. E. WILSOS,
novS6-dlt City Clerk.
j .Resolution to Contract;;;,,
SeaoitfisdThmt Uie Citv Civil Ensrinaa hm. and
be is hereby authorixed and directed to contract in
tne name ot toeony oi vMumous, witn nattoiaa
Lang, 4cat baildicg a doable row flag eroteihg
across Mouth street at the west side of nigh street
upon the following terms, to wit:
For excavating or nadinc. Forty eenta per enbie
. x oz oouiiiex. paving, x orx.z-nva oenta .per square
yardr ! t f j f i $ a
gravel icjt sidewalk, Fifty eentl per-eabic
yardi .,. ii,i:; iiiiJi.
AUoptea nov.za, ices.
Attest: L. B. WILSON.
noTSS-dlt City Clerk.
Besolntion to Contract., r
Betolved, That the CityCWTEbginoer be, and
he is hereby authorised anc direoted to contract in
tbe name of tbe . eity of Columbns, with Peter
Eaaan. for buildfna mr doabla row -flaa-raasin
aoroas Center alley -tm the-north- side tof Long
street, upon tne louowiDg terms, to-wit:
For exoavatiog or gradingwrty -aaats er -cuMc
yard. t.wat:lil.-- a
For boulder paving. Forty eenta ' per square
yard. . ; .y
For flagging. 14 inohes wide.t)eutj 3S liaaal
foot. '
Adopted Not. S3, 1868. - ;
Attest: Tb. E. WILSOlf. City Clerk.-
Resolution.to Contract-
lUtwlvvL That the Citir Civil iEacinaart ba aad
be is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of tbe city of Columhus, with John
M urphy, for grading and paving the nnpaved aide
walks on tht west side oi Mixta street from Town
street to Bicb sireet. upon the followiag terma. tu
win If :i ' -
. ,
For-xavatiDg -or ending, r.
'ortvnents naVen.'
Dio yard.
For bricks laid, til 00 per thousand.
Adopted ov. S3. 1868.
Attest: L E. WILSON.
novSS-dlt m t t j -; . - t t ? - CttT Clerk. H
Resolution to Contract; 4
Stiohitd, That the City Civil Engineer be
ana ne is nereny autnorisea ana directed to con
tract in the name of the eity of Columbus, with
Josepn nartman. for lowering tre crossing across
MeudSatree at Tha-eest side of. High atacsi taeon.
respond with the riioolaon pavement, upon the fol
lowing terms, to-wit :
Thirty-five dollars, complete.
Adontad Nov. 33. 18SS.
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
CHIkUIS 0. BILLOWS.
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HAUH, BEI.sL.OwVS A nUTLKR,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
Na. 816 Sc 8 18 8a)ntB If -
COt-VASBCS, OHIO.
(7kHr tutemto Manufactory 4 at .thttji
Boutkttttmt, on tK Canal
Their hnaineaa transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
, . i . . t , - . mi .
EBUBBTIfBDll BOB lOQIBBl. 1BBI nUUDlHLDra
' PABUDIL-v BaWfTJOMr rf INC mK fflAUj 1MB
all classes and every daslgaT if safierieaworkl
ubbip Boa - -Tr-fr Ajane-DeM
every description. Wholesale and Retail,
u; a i- - ,
Juajao.
Cane-HaaUChaiia of
Teoe-aecaiv
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commis&ioa
MERCHANT,
DIALBB IN
CRAIN OF ALL. KINDS,
XT T st Prices Paid at all times for
Cera. VY .Barley, a c, etc.
F FT C E i
Near Weat End. ef.laPlB a. JBrldareJ
COIMMBVB. OHIO.
febU-deodly
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street Bear Mala,
CINCINNATI, tlHJO.
BKSEY P. ELIAS,
Proprietor
rpBIS FOPUliA HVOB1S, UKaTHAliDr liO--ff
mAA and eohvenieot to bdsinet!!. and tn ail
VoinU of travel, fa .-the most desiriable stopping
Kaoe lor pepsona visi.tBie iub ui i. r . u imias win
spared U make tho stay ot guests pleasant in
every partioul ntyi3-d6m ;
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ESTABLISHMENT !
IN M; CENTRAL1 OHIO.
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PBOPBIETOBfl
W e9 ift w-i. ntu c
tivos Vf j iviiwrug uigu oij
j COLUMBUS, tOHIO"
The attention tba Business Publia called W
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
- We have 4b eonstaoAasa
leven Stfiam Power Prp.ssfts
I, AQUll
or rsa
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
End onr-ability.'to get out wort promptly is
surpassed in the West. Wa have lately
made addition to our already
i V.Ii'3airlim'J 1(3 j?.-:.; -'JxST i".l7Jl
LAHGE TARIE1"i 04
And wa feel confident to satisfy all who may glva
as a, call. Our large fonts of type enable us
irH it todoattkiada-of; A
-tt ia.
BOOK PRINTING!
d the moat prompt and excellent manner, and wa
eall the attention of those wanting anything
in this inotothe ;
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
l! That wa have executed in th past year. ' I
Vaw
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Tit reputatioA, ef tail Hoaeefor (ne Job Printing
'- it well known to, tba baaiaaas aoamanity. t -EmployingiaB
are dK nana but thaiuiud ;
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t
Best-.of Workmen.
Aadlutvihgafunagatirfmentor Iho w
LATEST and CHOICEST
!;y..v:'i:l l:
w-yi'i n i ;-i,i ii ti!
STYLES 5 OF, -! . TYPE.
Wa will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
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Mercantile, i
Railroad. ?
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Bank and -.,r'
9 ai J i t-i ,
Commercial
anoa- At- Ji
Bill Heads. , Cards.. ,
Circulars, , Letter Heads,
Blanks of auVind.1 Cuecks,' 1 ' '
Drafts;'
IN FACT.
EYERY 1IM) OFUOB PRIOTG
Naaded by the business public
i ' "Wa also keep a. hand a larger s took of
PiPERS OF ALU KINDS
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Kojral Uledlam,
Deny, Cravra Cap,
Note DF,ipe'jf s
Of the beat Qualitias. and. purchasing them aa wa
do, directly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at oorrespbnd-
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Agents for the
CELEBEATED PAPEUS OP
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BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly eall attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. Wa are prepared to
fill all orders for
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3Qcw Booka,
OmIi Book.
JLnd all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
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ing and binding, and wa cha.lenge competition in
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1 forces tba Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly
It immediately steps Hair Falling Out, ..
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
. It restores Grey Hair to itu Original Color. ; . . , i;
It brings out Bair on beads that bar been bald for
ywaraT ''.''
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ft bas received over jix thousand voluntary test!
mociaigof itt exeellenaa, many ' whlohare from
' - "i''' physicians in high standing. ' " '
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in the glass), by DrmnriaU and Dealers in Fancy
Goods every wiere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
jale by Dcmas Barnes A Co.; F, C. Wells A Co.j
Schieffolin A Co..New York. BOBKT-mohi7-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO., 1
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Advertising Agents.
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daily papers in the country are second to Bone,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con-
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' ments.' We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid South American papers,-with whom wa bare
exolnsire contracts Wearetheoolv house doing
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k-ITHACA CALENpEB CLOCK COMPANY,
Watch Uakera' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass-
mm anvi o vvj v aiau wb. wa j,caao, vr .lay u
(French and Geneva) in full supply at
,i . p, low rates, :in-,-, j. i . -...ti .
Ail order! promptly' filled and satisfaction
a-uarantaed. - '
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'''tar PHILOSOKIIY OP MARRIAGE. A Nbw
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.Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general yreriew
d : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases acooanted for; Marriage pLiioeoph-
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.: coLi nBim, ohio.
laraeat .aad finest stock of Fall and Winter
.Goods ever brought to this eity, ooasiiUing oi j .
French, ... ,1
EJ&UmK and
. , .PomesUo Cloth at, , j
ii,:!.. 1.... fjn(isiimcre, &o.,
'Fbr 'Crtmtleinen'k wear; whioh 1 wlfl sell at the low.
egtCegbjnieag. jd.n.n.tji.JiiiLi .: ...
Also keep oonstanUSjon band a wall selected
,ICk Of- ' -,(.-.-. i.'V..
' ttADY MADE CLOTHINC.it
" , , . ,.. - JOHN HUNTER, ,
-iuei-dly ' ii ,-' - go Soath'HTah straet.
'GROOERSJ1!
M'COLroMlLE:BlJt)mDS;
. NO. 14 S.199 0UTH HICH STREET
T)ROPRIETORS COLUnRflM POW.'
X- DrR MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Haiatd Powder Company's Powder. Agents for
the sale of ' .. i
' " GARDNER, PHIPPS1 CO.'S -' .,,.,
Celebrated Sar Cartd Uanw,
... 1 ' . "'and dealers In .,,: , ,.1'., ; ;
FOREIGN,' DOMESTIC AfID STAPLE
. . i, 1 GROCERIES
in alt tbeir varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies,
Cigars, etc.- ' iull-eodly 1
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
it -a y . 4
: i . ' t
oan
Tha Shortest RouleTTesl No Change of Can to
' Chioagd, Keokuk an J Indianapolis. J
II.'') M XIO'MJKi-lb
FOtTS TlUiliia DAILY leave Faien lrepo$. Co
lumbus, on and after Nor. SI X86Lag. -,
... -follows:.: " ' V "oJ
afl(yD M TOLEDU AND DETROIT. EX
SViiforj la t?SS "naavs excepted) Arrive,
L !2',,ta,KI?,"' BeUelasitaina
Jedo t-M p ai, Delrou 100 p m. . .
This (run Is run -,jT r. r.
trmt busiaaav arriving u 'orth piaoaa 3 a.ar
bead of any othatswUeT -jfaa-
I (nnaays excepted), a irivaiTW; liiTij
Junction: pea. Rich ! i IfsjdhSiSi
1 U8l p m, LoganepurtOjiifl p m. Chio.ioaWl
j Peoria5 a a. asburg 50 a m, ariinBton
jilHlliBlUl, Tim H..MU.U.. i.r
liouiemiesda aen. lerre Hante ii;ij d u..:.rl'
3.-33 a m. Cairo 4:0 p m, Pana 4.-vTa m, Alton 8.-00 i
m. 8t Louis 9:15 a nr. Lafayette IS.-ou mid, Bprina
field,lilsi,flSntiiu i i in. !- ". ii I - t
Paasengers bv this train re oh StXouis the next
morning haanahaa and fer point, west
of 8t. Louis and .Keokuk one tr&ia im aJtbm. Ar
all other routes. ,., " T
UJV PRESS (Suncrayg excepted). -Arrive, at
r-iaaaw m m. i oieao-pj -a m, uatroit V jO a ao,
Bradford Junction 9-30 p m, Loransport Jfl a m,
C h ioago 80 am, Ind ianapol ie -J6 a , Tarn Haute
J0 a m, Uattooa Mi a jr. Pan 11:0s a m, Alton
s- p m,1 Bt. Louia a;04 p m, Lafaretta 7at a m.
UllUEUIU.,ill,.,,.M, UI, UIUQJ I1WP III, &SO-
kuk 140 a m,- LouiavUie 8AJ a aw NaaaviU SiW p
m. MetaphiglOM) m, , 4.
aV KleeDinaeam ran In-fhiii train' frnni
bps to Chicago and Sdooirwithout change. Thig
rs decidedly th'beet train from Coiimbus to Chi
cago, St. Leuis aad Louisville. it makes Quicker
.ii'M . o,. xjouis -mna ixmisvi lie 1,
bears ikcss sndniiiMiiinMiM.nMi;M.c
all points West and South one train in advance of
oy other route. o . '
19l(l IffRHT-EXPRESS. Daily via
lji.Vr"Indtaapalia (Mond.ya exeebted). via
ijoganaport. Arrives at Bradford J unction 4:1 a
m. Logansport :40 a To. Chicago 2 rJ5 p m. Peoria
i:3S , m, -lieotaBk 10:44 , m, lndiaaaeeli, i?
Terra Haute 18:15 p m.Evansville IM p m. Mattoon
3-M pm. Cairo4:15a m, PaaagOpm; Altoa M s
m, bt. liOuislO:l p nvXeXajeUe 3:10 p m. Louis
ViJeSSp a, Nashville 5.-0am, Memphis 4M p m.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Louis S houraand Chioaga boars ahead of
any other route..
STATE HOOJI SLEEPIXO CARS
Bun fn tnfa train fVbra Ffttfburgu fiTndianapolft.
1 Mr Call fox Ticket via Logans port r ludiaa
apohs. " '
- W Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices, -i ' .
v . 1 - j. CHANDLER, GenT Ticket Agent.
Jl 1 J. M. LUNT. General KoperiuUtidenLl
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
aci-vy faTz-evlzxaa 0DJJ.-y r o
:
:
:
!
! riiljl.M! A EXCEPT BDNDAT.' !
Prom Oolambaa, in connection with Trains 'oa the
EAtUe Bllaaal A Colaiatoa St. Xeaia
jRallroadsu .Y.,;e-;a4j,
SIGHT "EXPRESS Leave Colombo at-1:10
A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington, Gilead.
Galion, Crestline. Sbelbv. ShikhNew Londeo'
W'ellinston, Grafton aad Berea, arriving at Clere
taod aisi A. 11., New York. 7.-00 A. M.. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
SO, 1 ACCOMMODATION Leavaat Co Iambus
at SJ A. M. Will stop at all way atationa. This
train start from tbe Freight Yard. -..iT .
NEW YORK. EXPRESS JLeavee Colaabaaat
11 :10 A. M. W ill stop at Delaware.Ashley,Carding-
von, uaiion, vrestiine. oalb. new iioodon,' vVl-
Uni
Grafton and Berea. Ar
rrivea at ClevalaaMl
at Se P. M .j New York next day at 8:30 P. M. -1
' ilall. ANDEAPRoiSS-7 Leaves CoUabasaiSaM
P. M. Will Mop at Worthington, Lewi Center.
Delaware; and all Htatkmate Hheihr and 8hUob.
i,ew Aionaon, vr euincton, rarton ana nerea. Ar
rive at Cleveland ata:tOP. M.'.New York 7:iS P.M.
l'assengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak-
!h this train; wrli get sleeping
sat Crestline at
6:00P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at HO P.M.,
Ch earo at 6K)0 A: M.. being ia advance of all oth
er ront-s, have ample time for .breafcfaat and-take
the earliest tram for tbe in est.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION lA DB ft
A WARE Leaves. Colambus, at :30 P. M. . W01
stop at all stations between Columbns and Spring
neid. arriving at Delaware at 315 P. M., SpringfaOd
fO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 70 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at 35 A. 31.: Colamba
JAjJ4. .ff t... ts-i-r l?X c J'jil o
PatJBtSIeepiaKCfenart-aBcmmit'
lVsht 1alB1 Cntcaso,
-r.f.' iM'jI.- i-i i.if 1 'i' 1 .j - - -r J ijLr'e
" Baggage cheeked through to New Yirt and
Boston, -via Cleveland r ulaa. te Philadelpbia aad
New Yprir.pUin.-.j.. ,lU m
1 Nifht Kxpreaa amvee atCeiurobili at 1: aU A- Mi
Cincinnati Express arrive! at Columbus alL-P.M.-
' '-'' - '- -..7?
Mail Train arrives at Coiambag atflflS P.-M4 1
Springfield Aceommodation. arrives at Columbug
at 10 .-40 A. M. J - i . . .iuj
ratre a Low st w tnOull Kot.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Clevalaad, . .
,E.S. FLINT.
Bupertntendent. Cleveland, Ohio.
ilT -. j ... e JAMAS P A TTK1USON
' Colimbai. W te.pM
111 1 " " 1 ' 1
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
Ess;
RAILROADS
I
.
On 'an9,iafter' MONDAY.' SovV W.' 'iflBS,1 rOfcfe
' ' '-TRAINS DAILY wiD-reave Cotnmbui'
FOB CINCIITNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAttO.'TBT.
j.uia, DATroisTnicHMOHD. .rjr,a
.'rj XAKAFOLIS A CHICAQO,
Withou change of eatete DAYTON and RICH
. . J10ND, and only one change of oars to Ui
- i7La.nAruL.ia an utuuAUU.
-'.nun
IIT. 1, .'l,.i ,1... j. ..I., , . M
Connaetiona are raltabla aa fAll,w.
-wii;j .. .r .. . ..T : r.T .c.s.r'.-3 d.ia
l..t9 ISST .' TRAIN iDA,), :o M ,j.
Leave at , 1 A, M. for Cincinnati. Circlevflkt
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillicnthe; stops at Lon
.' don, Xenia, Mojtow, aad Levelaad, arriving- a
fJinciiinatjatWOi,,., fl
e.8101ii,.TBAIB.'LiT .ilauat
.'.!. iyi io I. '(Daily except 8andaygJ !'aiia
Vyeg at JUpO A. M, for CinoWiraU.. Dayton
Richmond, Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
! West JeSersea, London. South Charieekn,elma.
Cedarville Xenia. Spring Valley. Cur win. Morrow.
' booth Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelsn l, Milford.ar-
' wiS'th"lSu9Boli --i-C
(Daily MoaptSundays.)
Leaves at m5 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aud
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
: ao F. Al. j-ij. i.-i.i:..:. wen .
: vs: FODBTH TRAIN. -i J tj s aiiJ
l ,1 b -(Daily except gandayg.) !'-
I reaves att -B ; P. M. for Ciooinnadii DarVten aad
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
:' Jefferson. Ijondon,' South Charleston, Selma
r. Ce iarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveiaad, aad-arriving
ai Cincinnati at 10:40 P. &, , ,
.j. j.j L. -iiei - .i.o3 Ir.jiiiiO
Sleeping Car al AlfhsTrala.
soma .V . ai HBN RY BftOfj k S, f feke Aran'
t:T il .A ".LL, tL,ftiJLBia.Ageat.i Li.aU
JOHN DURAND, 1 . , - .. ,., s ,,
. GenT Ticket Ag't,J , .
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
:
; Jiwyi .51 .TI .-' rH .A .1.1 .ai -nlUH
On ann attar Deu. 19U. IL'60. traina will ran
folio wg:j., i i'L.-Lilcli njilili-ie.A.H V
Lav.M- Jsxpreag, I,., iMaiU-i,, Fgl Liaja.
Columbus 8:16 A. M. JHJS P, M.,1150 A. M.
Newark SJS A. M. :! P. M? 'it-JO ?! Jj!
StehenviUj. 4.AL v H5 P. ,JLi ,0. 40 K.M.
ARlVaaC,, jx, . , x ij. :.,S 7,P vt,tv, 1;
PitUborgh :...12 O0 M." 12K A. M. r.'7rl P. M.
Harruburg....l0-J0 P. M. "lttit P. M.lK' S-.30 A.-M.
PbUadetpoia AVM,. -J0 P. B. t rH A- Ml
New York.... S:IS A. M. P. M. 12:2oT. M.
Baltimore. .i,iiO A. M. ArloP. S..0 '9ts A. M.
Washington-. 3:15 A. M 10 10 P. M. . 1S.-45 P.M.
Boston 1..6M Pi M.'- SAO A. M."'10 P. M
fc ii Eltntttateroin Bleeping earsoB all nnrbttraing.
n tne r a une ,e oeiebratadV Oliver raiaea
day and nisht cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia aod New York arithoa t ahaog. , -:
jW Passengers by ttxSKlO A. M. ISundayAraia
avriv! New York ats o'clock Monday-morning,
aaadvafltajrvnererefort vfiered.. .1
f-efr?4fP5 SUW0H?BBR0KS'11?
'J6m BEtEfisfS?
rjunelO-dly-4 i 1 .14;". 4,1. -T! 1 bnal
Hit 8
,d.C-l. .vu-
'C0AL. a
bna
i. ui '0 an . 1
la'I.UiJtj let
-KBB at b represent stand. - -1
ie,13S North Hljch atreet,' ,
lanAi''' i0t:CAMBRTtK3K', "
HOCKlfiG COAL, .which he is prepared tetell a
the lowest market price. 7 - -
ar SpeoialatumionpaUtoBWppinr.liu ol
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