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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
mbL Ohio.. on Mrf H&rL
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n and xpnm i-m p. h : 4s V u'
K. , . . . . . H.. ...W . I .
o.lAjsommodtioB..,...,:OOA,M, J.eSPlM..
..... t i innmrn Ileal,
MtU atlftpat Cclaumlmaek Xwatiav BJOI
tUnoiasiati Acovwuaodatloa. tM A.M. -JS P. M.
IifnNi.nmiAiM; 1.-48 P. M. 11:00 A. H.
Ixpce..j...V'.u...i. g.-0Q P. M- 3M P. M
i... . . JU. bBINK, Agent,
aUMaaara) Ac Oh I KcllrMl, CeattraU
BigM xraM..Mn... 36 A. M. 110 A. M
ightning bxprw.,... ...11:19 A. M. 6:35 P. Mi
zpp
maul... a:ie r. m. isHl r. m,
MVtlrfakolSt 3stean Mel UUum Caa
mi m i timi. AAaUl wmy . - - -
nifDI IiXTTMS.. ...... ....: A. M- 0 A.
Tnldo fczpruf.... SK0 A. M. 1:03 P. M.'
Jitmtrn fcxpran.. ......... te p. M. tt P. M.
vmy Miwm.t.. ius r. a. also A. a.
:U.A.niLL,AieiiLl
aaAa.ky, flaaatuia Newark. R.B.
JiaUa loaro Hwrk aad arriT at follow
Dy Extern s.iS A.M.. 00 A. M.
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m t -i i t i . A. w. vnm, Axrat. -
itTa, ciaelaaati at. rnaala
f?T'f, Krpre. S:i6 A. M. 13KM aid't
IWIWHErimill ,
iie A. M.
t& P. H.
JUwi m bap
. IDS f. M.
148 P. M.
iManiaoiiAoeoraoiodAtioD .-0 A. a. OiiO P. at.
- ' i1" a ora aixprwa tub
ran dailr. oxoopt BukUt.
All ottar traina
DaflLAiaoa AmMMBmiMlaiioa mMrtm Am
freight
MtaV
?' , Jomr B. Firm, Agent.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
5I7 J" ' -i Aaarrss. exosas.
Balia -Thag Mafla. a. a. r.a. A.M. r. a
Tia StibnTiU .mad
Pittobarth HM VIM 10M TJ0
utanfaiuilv.u
C.B-j..........J1... ... 1830 ,120
Xioniiweat, Tia f t, w.
tX.0, 4J. C.AC. K. R. .... Sd .... t.-00
Chicaao.Tia.O.P.41. C
Utli.H. llsDv .... a:15
Lltlo atiaai E-R Thro' (
11 ao
li je
16 11J0
7:M
....
Little Miami B. K-. War.
C. O. K. R-- Newark.
ZanesTin A Wheeling. .... 133s 10 738
C. O. B-War .... HJM TdO ....
C-f. A L, IbroaglL aad .
Way T0 11 M T;3S
Cirelerille. ChiUieotbe A
Porwaaoath. .... NX ' .... 750
aaeaetar. Ohio .... (jOO H.. TdO
Eaat ay.National Boad. 1M .... .... U.-iS
Mi. Yereon Way.Weatee
Tille. Ao KJ0 , , , W
Borth Cotajneoa aad Clin- - . , .
aoaTilla.. lfeM . i Ida
W asoingtoa v.llTla Har-1
nsbarg. (tn-weekly
aoBoaya ea-
SiN .... TJS
leavee Taeadan.
eutya and Btardftys....J
ieatre Villare. (tri-week-1
13 X. .... .... lis.
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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.]
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.] Black Kettle Described by a
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.] Black Kettle Described by a Friend.
ttrhas lecome yery common of late
years to sneer at the idea that the In
dian of story still exists. The hate and
prejudice of the border haye well nigh
succeeded in dissipating it. But if -the
history giyen of Black Kettle .by army
officers who haye known him well And
Bpent moch time with him on the plains
for twenty years past are to be believed,
he waa acarcely below the place assigned :
to the high-minded chief of story; -'-i--.
Ten years ago he was the most re
nowTiedLwafrior, and. .influential chief on :
the plains., T In person he was a marked
man. among. all 2 his fellows. " He was
tall and somewhat slender, though well
formed in all respects. Hia dress
was that of a chief, without tha mual ar
ray of osnarfiebts. His fame as ah pra
. tor was widely known. He was great in
council, and Was there ' respected And
feared, and" -his word was law. : He Jfts
been oneef the firmest friends of N the
whites eipj since , they appeared on his
bunting grounds. 7" Then he first emi
grants, on theif way to themines, were
stampeded" in!859--60, he displayed a
generosity te protecting them, waich was
far beyond what any had -a right to ex
pect, even from- -friendly Indians. Fol
lowing this he gare the Government
most effective; aid -in maintaining the
veace of thevplains -and protecting emi
gration When . this, peace could, jia 1
longef De .vKepv no. put . nunseu.
and his tribe under the protec
tion of , onr authorities, built a vil ,
lage,;ralsed the national flag over it," and J
there remained in fancied secority. Three
white guests were with him when Cbiy
ington surprised his camp and attacked it
while the rflag r was flying. When the
firiar bea ha said to these three whites -that
be believed them to be spies, but as
he did not know it -he should not harm
them, and s let Hhein leave camp and
join Hbe7 soldiers,' even while these were
shooting his women and children down.
Thoa attacked be turned ' at bay, and
with forty-five warriors held 600 Colora
do soldiers at bay tar i seven hours, and
then successfully retreated with twenty
warriors and 30t ' women and children. ''
Among the ;"Test 'he ; carried his own
wife,' pierced with' twelve bullets, off the
field in big HJnfcT She teoavered, T and
was with him vp to- the time of Sheri
dan's last movement The United States "
may possibly bave achieved the honor of .
mnrderiag bothuTbia wif was Black
Kettle's shadow,, Ha has. never had an
other. Ever since his course has been'
known Ao the whitea, thia wife has been
witb him in the camp, at the council, p u;
the battlefield,-in the fight. If Cos tar's
repoxt be. true, they are in the grave to't
gethernow. . r.
After the Sand-Creek massacre Black
Kettle'" waeed relentless 'war, till the '
CoaRteasroaai eostmittee 'seat him word f
tnat tneyt watiiecL to eoe biui. or aa
once came in-, roirrptly tnade peace-and
kept it tiBAncock borned; his yillages,
and then, whewaf .'followed the bar
barous acte -himself refused to'par-ticiei'-tecan
' he; bad pledged his
word to the committee to keep pwace. f -
AtMeaWtswLodge he promised the-
PeacejCemmissionera that oader no cia -enmstanees
would be take up arms him-,
self, and when the news of the late out-.
break jreached him - he aiked his
onaf avaa tokiH iimtthat .be might.
neither break his word or be disgraced
by refusing to fight- for-and with his
1. Tn. Viufnro Iba lata, hatlta thj
renok ameae ' ther -Indiana was that be
bad taken his wife, bis ponies and his
blankets, and started for the Sonth, a
rninntarv btife from. ' bi tribeT ' prefer
rine this to what he deemed dishonor.
At 19 nopeo py jmiujr "w t
porf of nis death is without foundation.
Surety, a govenrment as wise as ours
should be Able to V. devise some way tci
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H. V. B. Crops in Oregon.
4 correspondent of the .Country. ;.Gn
Uemc writes from Oregon to that paper -
Mroilrw7i-:,;;';i:-'V,..r
The crop throughout the State, as A
general thing, baa been good this year,-'
winter wheat -WAA injured by the winter
to some extent? spring.wheat has been A
fine crop, and the At crop is immense
a large amount was 60wn, and the yield
is from , 0 ' ttf 0. iushelA; per acre.
Owing to-; A scarcity in'' California,
there is a good demand for them at 50o -per
bushel.-;: I saw Wheat at the Wash- '
ingtosv County rair which yielded, ae
terdinff to aworn at Atements, at the cate
.-Oft! . -. bi ,-li
- .arjIJ!i'J.y.t,ifJl?A .'i .J ;a'JA
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nch later than nsnal. In fact, some
M'lfi j .
1 fields of oats were not cat till the last
of 4 tmahelg pee aero. - Tha potato
crop, owing to the long drought, is light,
though the quality is first rate. The
early part of the season was yery wet;
io fact, it kept raining . till . the
.. r t, r . ,
' farmers on the flat prairie were
Very late eetting.in their spring
croD erain. which made the Wvt
i of September. ' The uninterranted dry
weather was of course exceedingly fa-
yorsble for secnring the large crop in
;gooa order, : tut it is impossible to
tdo' 'any fall ' 1 plowing, and we must
! wait for the "Oregon mists" before we
can put in. onr fall crops. 1 The fruit
crOD la not an lares an rjnnal. nm
ciany on the prairies. Our own or
ehard, of 3$ acres,, planted in the fir
openings five years ago, bore this year
oyer zoo busbels , of nice frmt apples,
Sears,' peaches, plums and cherries,
ood . winter apples are selling in Port
land at 40 to 60o per bushel, but I think
they will be much higher before spring.
We have fresh fruit in our house the
year round, the apples keeping till after
toe strawberries are ripe. - - -
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS
Paving Notice.
7o ail iciem it wtay concern t
Vill i ULK&-i) urnvE. I
.v -. . i CoLtTMatTH. O- Not. B. 1868.1
NotUw la naral) anvan that prftnaadinara hiw han
institatad In tha Citv Coonfiil ot Columbna. for
nuMfll IB. iwiuwiui iDHivnmwiu, to wit :
f or laying a ounDia ruw nag none eroraing aoroas
Oantar alley oa the north aide of Long street. -Alee:
for boildin ft double row flaar eroasina;
aeroea aootn K ablio lane at (be wait aide ot Higb
treet.
Abw. for bmldinar double row flnr eronina
aoroaa rtontn itreet at tne west side oi mgn street.
The aame to bedone in aflflordanoe witb olata and
est i ma ti to be prepared by tne City CitiI Engineer
oa mea in tne omee ot tne utty uert.
All nersona elaimina damaa-ea on aooonnt of said
prouueed imiiroTementa. are reauired to file their
oiaima in tne omee or tne uierK. in writing, on or
oeioreue lweoty-iuui aayol leeemner, A. u.
1S68.
: ;.; lu B. W1LHOH.
nor1S-dltaw4w - City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
ToaUviom it mafoonam : - "
CITT CLERK'S OFFICE. 1
Colvmbus. 0 Rov. 1. 1868. J
Katie fa barebT aiTen. that oroeeedinn hTe been
initialled in the City Coanoil of . Col am bos. foi
making the following improvements, to wit :
r or grading an4 paTin the ni. pared sidewalki,
gutters and crossings on the west side of Washing
ton avanne from the north aide of Batten Jf laoe to
the aoath aide of Gay street.
Also, for recaTinx Bich ttreat from Parnr street
the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving with boalden tbe
rradway of JPablie alley from Fifth street to Sixth
street. .. -
The sametobe done in acoordanee with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil n
gineer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
Ail persons claiming aamaeee on aoconni ot saia
proposed impmTemenf. are required to file their
claims in tbe offioe of the Clerk. In writing, on or
before tne c ms aay 01 Janaary. a. v. joes.
. JU. A.
WILSON :
dot 18 dltawtw
Uity Clark
Paving Notice.
aavAomUmat Cbnetm! '
. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus, O., Nov. S3, 188.1
If otiee la BieTehv riven that uviMieeilinaabaTa been
instituted in the City Coanoil of Coinmbna. for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For grading and paving tbe anpeved sidewalks,
gutters and eroesings on the west side of the va
cant gronod west of the market boose, and for pa
ving tbe balance of saia vacant ground with NmwI
ton pavement from Town street to Kich street.
Also, for laying a double row of flag crossing
cross Center alley oa the aoath tide of Spring.
street.- : ;
Also, for laying a doable row flag crossing across
Center alley at the south side of Long street.
The same to be done in accordance with nlats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed imerovementa. are reauired to file their
claims in tbe offioe of tl'e Clerk, in writins. on or
before the JsigaUi day ex J senary, a. D. 186. i .
.i iu JSi. VYILiSUn
novtS-dltaw4w . - Citr Clerk
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. HS1-ABD.
. a. BOBIOSB
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW :,F1BJI.!':'
T B. SHEMBD MATING FORITen
a a partnership with 6. H0K1GEB, for the
purpose of carrying oe the Hoot and Bhoe trade at
NO. MS SOUTH HIGH 8TBEET,
Would Teenectrnllv Invite their friends and the
pnblie?eaeraUy te call and examine their fine and
wen seiectea stock ot iisaies , uents'. atieseer and
Children's Boots and tiboes. this dav received di
rect from the East, and which they are now offering
tor saia on tne most reasonable terms- - in our man
afaoturing department special attention is-given te
i ' : CUSTOM MADE WORK. - .
Repairing of ail kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage., Flense give us A oalU- Ho trouble to
show goods.
Remember the plane : No. IBS Sonth High street.
BdtrARU St nUMUtH.
Columbus, O. Sept. 1J. Men.
seplS-dtf
FURNITURE.;
wea abb. hum. ch sklxs o. billow,
O. T. L. BUTLKB. -
nALM. BEsLXtOwVS etc BtTrL.ER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Hoe. SIB efc 818 Homtta Blab St.,
.- ; COLDflBCS, OHIO.
(7A" ercseeHes Manufactory is at tkt Tooi of
oxi.i : tkmtX Urttt, an. Us CaHai.)
Their business transactions, both Wholesale end
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manatee tare .
PARLOR, .- BEDROOM, D1NINGR00M, HALL. AND
' r KITCHEN fURNHURE .
all classes and every design of superior work
unship and finish. Also, Cane-Heat Chairs of
very description. Wholesale and Retail,
febs-dodlv ' ''' ' ;
COMMISSION, -'X
"WM. MON7PENT,
Forwarding and ':. ComtnisiioB
MERCHANT, - !
D11XIB IK
GRAIN OF ALL. KINDS
" OUR, WIIISKT. ate.
T - . at Prices Paul at ail times for
Cern, W
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x(arley,e c. eto.
F F I C E i
ntesir Went Eatal af BIsttH R stsl Uriel ffej
feKlg-dendlv ' ' ' ' : '
HOTELS.
FBAimidlflL HOUSE,
. (Recently Merchant's HotelJ . '-'CQB
Hm tAO'asel38 .tat H2b Street,
j . OOIJJtBVS, OBIO. . '
X ber of years proprietor of tbe National Hotel
this eity, tsAee sleesare in nnoancins to the
hnklie that he has leased tbe above named House
for a item of years, hid rt thoroughly Tenoratd, j
supplied throngnontwiin eniase new inrnnnre. ana
Mnv rmAw ( nr the reeeDticn of enests. both
transient and recularbeTOrs-. H -flatter himself
that hi songtxporsocc jtbA feoiet bnsineet and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto wiu enaoie nim to give penecs
asfaatioa to ail Whe may frev bim wit their
tention thereto will enable bim to give perfect sat-
lm wira tnerri
MnA U. KS1AULU
H. B. A Saloon and Beetaarant is attached to
the Hons p; also, extensive DUDiinfl. attenaea oy
eemptent and attentive nosaers. . xi- j.'
teelS-dlm.'- : i .1 ) (i.l-i
4r
ST. JAMES HOTEL.
1 ? WmrtU Street, tsettr Rtata,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HKNET F. ELIAS,- - - . Froprietor
THIS POPULAR BOUSiVCBNTRAIAT Lo
cated and, eonvenienV tor business, and to aU
points of travel, is tne most desinaBie stopping
place lor person Visiting the city. Ho peine will
be spared tc.mnK tne uy ot guests pleasant ta
vers eartiski
mylSdeei
"WHOLESALE GROCERS.
bU bboois. Aii. bodbtob. -war, a. l a
J. Jii. W. J3. BKiOOKS,
Car. Bleat AHlg-n Sta.ClnaBbi: !
Wholesale Crocerc,
f - DBALBBg tK -
KEW KLBAJTB fUOABS AWO K U' T
I Island Barer; Cofee, Teas Ppioes.T baoe '
I '"XilOXJOaFljei. eo.
1 . . ,.' : iJ DIALBB IN I : 'A i.
TOILET ARTICLES, PERFCMERY,
''''aPASarcrsr-'
full (took of Condray 'a. Hummel' ahdLubio'f
, Extraots and Pomade. " -
864 No'Ua Bif lf Ureet ., a f. j , r
ell-aedlai. ; i ns --: ; ? C0LPM3VB, OBlOi i
'lyJiiii ie ' .-A til i?, u i. I-i i, J. ii '
-i
PRINTING-.
1 -'Ji',
THE
LARGEST alfD
PLETE
most con
f 1 o 0 v f r' ? r ft I
BOOK k JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
jrl jr.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO"
1
I LA
The attention tha Business Pnblie called to
the superior facilities of this Kitabluhment.
We have in constant use
Eleven Steam fewer-Presses
I or THX
BEST AND,. LATEST 'KINDS
- n .'i J i i a .mi i j
And oar ability.'to get oat work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We have lately
mad addition ta oar alreadr
LAU6E TAHIEI Ojf
u m r :jo'-i'
PRINTING TYPES,
And we feel confident io satisfy all who may give
a eaO. V Onr large Teat of type enable a
to do all kinds of "
BOOK PRINTING !
a the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
all the attention of those wanting anything
in this inetothe
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we have executed in th
k year.
JOB PKINTING!
The reputation of thia House for fine Job Printing
; is well known to the business community.
Employing. we do. none hut the
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of the
IiATEST andCUOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
; - r -
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KIHDS OF
Mercantile,
RaHroad, 1 U t'- ''' " n'
Dank and 1
!1 1 Commercial
1 oiIOO,lFrlntlng,
' HT0H AS
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks f u , Checks, ,
Drafts, &c, &e.
'IS.
IK FACT.
EVERT KI.D OF JOB PRIMING
Seeded by the business public
? ?
k t- W !." ji i i "i
;. We alio keep oa hand a larger (took of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Boas in the eity snoh a
. t-j-it ''- r-f r-f
Dexmj- CrWB Cap
-!
Dps abetter atrnd
- i
IXToto Papers
Of the best qnalitiss. and. purchasing them as ws
do, directly from th mannfaeturer. we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sola
Agents for tha
riT.T7.A.V?.cI.ryA . ...,.T '- V,V. 4
PX.A.T1VJER. & PORTER.
B
LANK,..li.O(IKS.
We irUcularir'tWiow e theBlaek Books
soanufactured by ui. W are prepared to
fill all orders for
t
zAas:
To
Oali BooUai
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
oo ks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding ana. w'Jha.TeBge cef&petiteoi in
thialia. J
GIVE US: A3GALL,
Jt AO NortlCUIcTh Street,
JOOWMBUBA
" J gJt .atlA. iia ." .
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PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
Tha attention of the Trade i eaUea to the rapeif
! erfieeaei ,-
PAPERS OF ALL E1NDS,
Just received ndf sale by.
NEVIXS & MYERS
n;, -.-I--.
ion ST., '
6t 38 40 noBia
COL V MJ$ u a
Our stock comprises a full Una of
Book. .... ......
Writing
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Colored jand .'..'' ,'..7-1 ,
.' B iPrlnt Papers.
'j cor.. :'.'-t
W have a full stock of
)1'J vu-i-
envelopes;
Of aU sises'and varieties, which wiUbe'toidat th
lowest market rate.
OVX BTOCI or
f - f M " . BBStBBBW, gwBBSBBBBW
Im nimrpfttsod in tne eity. Inoladinf
.BRISTOL BOARLV-
R Rs CHECKy - j
COLORED bf all kinds
And BLANK."
GIY.JSS US A. CALL
ITETlini Tc MYERS.
norsT.
..BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & C0
B A il K E R 5 ,
Corner Broad & High Sts.'
i COLUMBUS.': OHIO.
fehdlyH o: :.. i ; .:: I.-- ' '"-.)
r. KXTSIN
JOS. BUTOBBSOK. . W.B. BxTD , .
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
HO. IS S. IIICiH 8TKEEX,
lanWl-dly-r ' CelBmbns, O.
NEW YORK.
REEVES' . AMBROSIA
foi ; the 'haib.
- Improved I
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes th Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keep the Scalp Clean and Healthy..; ,
It invigorates the Boot of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately atop Hair Falling Out. ' , i - (.
It keep the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restore Qrey Hair to-itu Original Color. :
It brings out Hair oa head that hav been bald far
! -" ' -- " yean. : - '
t is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
, , ble subetanoes. ' '
It hat received over six thousand voluntary testi-
modala of its excellence, many which are from
- physicians in high standing.
It is sold In half-pound bottles (the name blown
ta th glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Dema Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co
Bohieffelin A Co.. New York. LBCHirr-mohiT-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
. 133 Nsuea 8troeS.New Krlc '
! iJMoblUAed in lsgg J - -
We beg to call the attention of advertisers to
our agency, uur (acuities witn an tne Bret class
daily papers in the country are second te none.
ana wearo luuy prepared to oner terms and eon
ditions whiftheaADot fail to eive snnerinr indnis
ments. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid South American papers, with whom we hare
exclusive ooniraots Wearetheoolv house doing
We can. bv sneetsi nermission. raferta
Mr. H. T. HxuolJ, Druggist. W Broadway.
new ion.
Uessr. Ht R. TaKPUiaa A Co., 1M Greenwich
street, Iiew Tork. - - i
Messrs. Hall A Bvckbl, 918 Greenwich street.
Kewfork. .(-.' I .
Messrs. G. Butrca'a Son Co., Type Founders, 13
" Pbaiob A Soh. Hew Tork.
inamners street
Messrs. Fhblom A t'ol.l.rnDltR. Mew Tork.'
Messrs. Tahbxbt A Oo New York.
Messrs. Chickbkiks A Son, New York, r
Messrs. Bxow at A Co., Mew York.
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WATCHES AND JEWELRY
F. : A. & L i LESQUEREUX
-. . . .. . . . -
: " IMPORTZBS AND DSALAK8
JEWIXBTt . 1 n ..--i
I v crocus;''0 ":::'- :r'
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t (.- i' j i-
wI.ATEI WABE,
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CITXILEKT,
h r.u i: -.iiuh 'j A-
- ciold pcrav
POCUET-BOOUif ataid ' :
j v . .. OPERA. LJtJMKS
I IK ENDLESS. IARIETtI- ' "iUU
jKeep constantly oa hand a large assortment of.
leta Tbaias aa Walerbat jrCIecka
FortheJoboingind Retail Trade. AisAents
for the
T ITHACA CALENDER -CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools aad Materials, Watch Glan
(French aad Geneva) in full supply at.,. :
- ' - low rates. - "
MW All order promptly tilled, aad satisfaction
rrntMd- F.A.AXrr.FSQ-EREOX,
JebU-eodly Ne.7l8ath Hwust.. Celumbaa;v '
-"DRY GOODS.
DRY
GOODS.
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WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
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DB" GOODS.
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
,
; SHI! 'L-JtSgit
- i- t:; u ,1: 0 .-t-.'.-j --. -..U-y.-S-j-'ti-
RAILROAD.
Tsi roe Train tVesrre Colwoabne rTTalen
AsapatH AisUiy (teiiMla.ya ssxLoejpia.)
v i - ...m ' i ,t i !!
' 3:25 A: M.' NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving st
f anesvllle at H3 A. M- Bellaire at 10.-10 A. M ,
Baltimore at gde A. M.; Washington City at 8.-M
T.'f 3 (!if-f f:-.L-1 i'-'U 'io
fi:iO A. M.LIOHTNING EXPRESS- rrivlng
at ZanesvUle at 17 P. Mj. Bellaire at S:ie P. M ;
Baltimore at U-M A. M.; Washington City at B3J
', :.!.) : 4-1.; 17- -e-iri.-t 5 fi.
' P. M. EXPRESS MAltlartvina-atZane
Till mtfrit r. Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.; BeitiaiorC'
at .- r. At.; vrasnuigton Uity at530i',M. i,, t
- Close connections made at Baltimore 'and Wash
ington with train for Philadelphia Bad Mew York.'
. Passengen holding through tickets ta - Eastern
eitles have the privilege of - v i r v
TisiUng Washiiigtoii City Free;
i - si:i f! v!'-;-iii : .; ci -,:, t v.i:."..
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No Change of Care at.Ohlo River
: y. f .; ' i aii .l"i';l -!'''
SLEEPING CAES ' ON ALL'TGHT
; " ' TBAINSL '"'' !-;V " -
Aak for TICKETS wia BECXJAIBE
JNO L. WILSON. Master of TraasportaUoa
-i L.. M.COLE. General Ticket Agm.r -JXO.
W. BROW K. Gen'l Passenger Art. .
.
.-t it-'.'l : . -.Mf,. ii IviMinl-il ejtw til
MEDICAL
Tare Grams JCewrclae for ike Skin, emrea ' '
'Wllkrt tUI. awea-yi klaiel r ws- -
or tteailsw, lrrltauiais;. sur
distreeslBa; cattsusewsas '
- glsaHeeaaayeerl
, ; r Um pere.au
1,; --,
fre, ?m Mi, (fx) til. j pille Hie am.." writes
ChAi-le. B. NoMe. Gsaarsl Ageat ef Alien. Centre '
E. R., 173 Broadway, N. T.
.".W" wjJ-fc fetavwr'.rer-nrJr; A.,
writo Uigley Bros.. Druggists. Fairfield. Iowa. i: .
J "I rll vtmr ralnahlt remedy for Sorter's .
J' wA iradinaa," write O. W. llama, t, of :
Leominster, Mass,
Bend for circular.' Priced 7S eta. and gl.OO.'
Prepared only by sotON PALMES. ! --- -
' SS West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, O. ' "
For sale by Draggiets geBenlly. ' " ' -
septal -deodAwly
s- PBJLOrtOI UT OF MARKIAGK, A Nrw
Codbsb or Lbctdbbb. as dsliverrd at the New
York Museum of Anatomy, ambraeiDg tbe sub
ject : How to live and wbat to live iorj Youth.
Matnrltv anal Old Am Manhlwwl v.n.r.1 myi.
ed: The cause of indigestion, flatulonee and rter-
yous oiseases accounted tor ; Alarriag pLUosoph
icallveonaidered. Ae. ' .
Pocket volumes containing these lecture will be
forwarded to parti ef unable to attend, on receipt of
tour stamp, by addressing BJUUKATARY, Maw
Yok Vcstrai of Anatomt a Scibnob. la
Bboapwat pw YoRg.
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OPERA - HOUSE BUILDING
1 . prll eouly " COLUMMUS. OBIO.
"CLOTHING.
CLOTHING,
i . '. ii i - - - -'
CUSTOM ; ANDi READY-MADE !
THE OHIO
McrcbantTailorIng & Clothing Co.
JTO. 183 OPSBA EOUSJC BLOCK, , ;
3 i .--I- -
Celnmbus, OlUo.
ARtPRRB RGW KTOCK f CLOTHS,
Cassimeres. Overcoating and Vestings. both
r oreign ana uomesuo, lor r au ana vv later wear .4
: GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
: Will always find both onr materials and onr wnrk
to be in tbe height of the mode. We snail spare
no pai us in proaueing tDe most elegant and lasn
ionable garments to be found aay whei ,
I
EEADT-MADE GL0THIN9-,
' Of which a great part is manufactured' by ourselves,
ia the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways De tound en our shelves, in all tha rarteUe
ui ui s ami, iu; i.w pueee. - - - ' -
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
ta fall lines, -alwavs kept on hand.
HKNKV MKISh. Snnawl.ianA.ne.j-:
" JOHN RICH Treasurer. , .
1 - .1 w.
U. PARn.tS foreman," -
octzS-deodSm
FALL ANP, WINTER: GOODS.
Clotbing ; Emporium;
No. 220 South Hlarh St.. c-
,-;r.i.i.- - OOLVHBVI OHIO.
' t t 1 ; , : . 'I T- 1:1 .
t HAVE jrrrsT bcceitbd thb
A. largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
GwxU ever brynaktU tola ctty.eouaistlag of 'j-4
'VsreiaOlka :r (...,. fif .dS lll'th
i AnsuatA ana - . i 1
, AfOTtlPeJIlC uiome,
i Osasbaerea, &..,
Por Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the lows.
est Cash prices. .
Also keep constantly oa hand a well selected
stock of 1 vS. ' ' "'' .( .
READY MAOt CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTEBV.
juM-6!T
) South Hich stiW.
i j rvi i)
J I it
GHOCBHS;1
11 J lia;i?4 & MA.S0UT. ,HIGH;STKT;I a.
i ,.", O, It Old JS.,S.-K.i!;.1Ss,
PROPRIETORS COLfJiaiir; .poVI
HrVRMAO&ZINr.andagenUforthe aaleof
Haxard PwertJmpan' Powder. ' Agent for
.; gardhbr; pfiippi dy.'' 4
Oclant Satsrmr -"CmrfsO. ' naiaa
..i t;y 'l-i .laaddeetersfn t 'I'J Vijur
FOSSJGN POME8TIC .ANDiSTAPLB
' . GEOCEHIES ,..- , !
in all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandt
Cigars, ete. .-.t - jaUeaiy
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
S3.'
.K .it
H s
Th Shortest Beat Went Ho Chang of Can
Cbioege, Keokuk aaA ladsaaapoBsTi J
f TRAIJS DAILX leave Union lMpeg.,
lambas.ontnd after If or. , 1868'. a
" ' ' Miowir 'r-1 ,:' -VJ
800 ftSL- TOLEDO AND DETROIT SX
..Jt.iLii?88 Weaiaes eaeepted) Arrive,
fi?- ii 5 .Jbnniaaa a u, BellefeaiMna
edapin,letrett.MAam..i J .ii i" n :t
trmt bi.sineM, arrivin at both place S seeuir
w .u; utuvriumv. .
f 1 Ti ' KJ M Al L A.J? PfcORIA-ST PRESS
I.IO t-londays excepted -Aniv., Brad lord
JnnptiongHO n m. Riohmond Aa n "V.TIr-'T
litWpB. Logansport M p wi Cbfc..rl!aL
Peoria as a m. Ga'esburg 9M a m, Burfintnir
Iowa, ll a m. Keokok W 3a p nj Qrrim tltf2:
LouisviUed a m. lerxe Baat 117 p m. Mattoon
S a m, Cairo 40 a m, Pana 4.-0T a te, AttoaMe
m. St. Louis :U a m.Lafayette 1.- mid. Sprina
Aeul,m.7riaam... via-:-,' a-T.,-. -,,,1
Passengers br this train reach St. Xonis the next
morning K oir shsil and for point weT
of sH, Louis aal .Keokak one tfain in.advuee ef.
all other rontes. " '
5K( p- M- CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX4
.OU PRESS Sumwf excepted- Arrives at
Piqua 9i p m, Toledo UN a- m. Detroit .-! a In.
Bradford Junction B .30 p m.Loraosport SiSOam,
Chicago 8. a m. Indianapolis sfl&a m, Torre Uautav'
SJU a m. Hattooa :i&a m, PanaUMa. m. Altoa,
800 p m, St. Lobis 00 p m. Ltfarette TASm to,
Springfield. Ills., 4:xS p m. Qoiney UrflBp m. Keei
kuklKMam. LouUvUlaJUoi a m. Kashville
Memphis 100 a m. .. ...
' ' W Sleeping cars run'in thisVain1 from Coins.
has to Chicago aad St. Louis witbootehange. Thia)
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi. .
cago, St. Louis and Louisville; as it make quicker1
time and airivc at St. Loeis aad IrfMisville at.
sjheaiel and makes direct connections for'
all points Westand South eo train to rfvaaoaof
any other route.. . , . .,.- ., .
lOelft A.' M: Bl6M JlJfrRESS.'Da'lly r1aB
l-,T.J Indianapolis OTondays excepted), via
Logansport.' Arrives at Bradford" iunetion tilt
p. Logansport a uh Chicago S5 n m Peoria-
!!. v ri jxw.ua wp m. inaianapous ee a
Terre Haute W:lt p
mva. vans'
vflle Ta p m. tl attoeex 1
3M p m, Cairo 4:15 a m. Paea 50 d m. Alton BOO n
m, bt. Ijouieiottgp m.f4ifeyette 3:1 pm.LoubW
vle 50 p m, hashvUle6a m. Memphis 4:15 pm. ,
Passengers by tun train arrive the same day at
St. Louis AH bears and Chicago- boas ahead of '
any other route. ..v
STATE ROOT! SCEEPnG CAB9
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh' to Indianapolis.
sHT Call for Ticket via Lcgansport or India-!
apolis. i . . . . , -,. .
Tickets for sale at Union kni Piqu' 00066
Cotumbas, .nd at all principal ILailnad Ticket
' P. CtSArtDtER.-Gen'l Ticket Acentl
i iill h ;J' M..LL NT.4epemltSuperintepdent..
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
U,-r , I . til I "Ml sr,i;-i1.;
' ; U KICEPTBUHDAT , .,LJ:; ,,invl
Frosa Columbus, ia eonaeotion with Trains sa tha j
LItUe niatml Ac Celambag A Xegtlay .
. Is.ili-pa Oa. J "
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Col imioM at'iii
and aiii A. M New Tork 7 A. M,. ; SAif teaiat- j
ivgavvQ nanuAT moniiu;, noi jaonaay.
. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Lve ColamW'1
at5 A.M. Will stop at all way station.. This .
train starts froa tte KreightTard. - " J
. NEW YORK EXPRaSd-LaaToa Coiatbusa
liao A. M. W ill stop at Delaware.Ashley,Carding
ton. Gallon, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wei--'
lingtoo. Grafton and Bui eat Arrivee at Cleveland
at P. M New York next day at t-jo P. M. r
MAIL AND EXPRESS Ian llilnmkn, . 4a
P. M. 'Will top at Wertbington. Lewia Center.3
Oeiai
are. and all rltatinna tn KKaIKv .nit KhiLnli-
New London. Wellinrton. Grafton and Keren. Ar?"
1 ail
rive at Clevelaad at S:H p. M. New Yera 7i P.Mo
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing thia train, will get sleeping ear at Creetliej at a
:Oa pi arrive in, port Wayne at 11 0 P. M,.,
Ch oago at trfM A. M.. being in advance of all oth
er rent's, hav ample time for breakfast, end takawl
the earliest train for the West. . .
SPR1N GFIELD ACCOM MODATTO VIA TfBU "
AWARE Leave Colnmba at P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Colnmbas and 8 firing,
field, arrivinc at Delaware at 35 P. M., Sprinrfield
$ P. M. This train leave Springfield at IMavU
M arriv at Delaware at 3S. AM.; CoUunhaa
- w-h. "ti I-it.f 1 n.i4i.;n3 tt.U -tl .'ii ll
Pasgni 1 SIcepIaisr Catr sar raw gmll,
. .' Nlsrtafi Xratlma ie CtaicaCO,
' Jfeir York ataid ---- ' 'q:-
i ; y n't .1?. sBssatesau -i:t? "'',!. ,-!
' '" Baggiire checked tbrewgk to New Tori and"
Bostqii, via Cleveland ; ,iae, PhilaAelphia and
A w Tork. via Crestline. , '
. . .. 1 BETUBNTNO: f -u j-t st
- Niiiht Express arrives at Caiiunbns atLiSA. M.
Cmni mati Expires .arrive at, CoJJn,bu atli . j
-, Mail Train arriveeatCohimbusatrfP.bU.,-.-ra '
Springfield Aooommedation arrives at Columbus . , .
atloSA. M. . . -:.l
Fatawi au aw aw Ay aur taiar Rantoei j
., Ask for Ticket via Crestaneor ClevemneVij-v
V u eit Twm
; r MX. o. JAJlli JL, -i r.
. Superintendent, ClevelBfld. Ohio. '' "
1... ....JAMKS PATTERSON..-.
--1:., I
, , Agent,Colamb.a,Obia. ,
1 Columbng.Nov. tg. Mas. .
1 ' 1 .1 1 1 1
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
0a an 1 after MONDAY. Nov. U, lRea, FOUR 'i
, TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus ,.-...- .)
rOB CIHCtNBATI, LODIsyiXLE,, CAIEb, tT.oo
: - 10015, BATTON, RICHMOND, JSi'duii-a
DIANAP0LII CHICAGO. 1 i u-. mi io
Withon change of ears to-DAYTON and RICH.,
MOND, and only one ehangeof ear to IN '
v - UlAMAfUlAa and tiiUUAUO.
tlonneetinns are reliable a follow -
.if
, -,r' -' ' FIRST TRAIN fDaily).'19'-' '"- -3
Leaves 'at 'A. M.' for ' Cincinnati,' Clreleville '"1
Laneaster, Hillsbero and Chillicothe; stops at Loa
ClnoiiVTSSmf04 J-
! ' ',"8iECOND TRAIN,'' u ' k ,if 1
pi -! - fDaily exoeptSundayO 1 "' 1 '.J
Leaves at two A." M. for Oinmnnat),-Daytoa ' '
Richmond. Indian. pol is and Chicago and step at r o
West Jefferyon, London, tinuth Charleston. Selma. ".
CedarvUle-Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin. Menwwvi b
j South Lebanon, Fosters. Lovelaml, Wilford.er-,
riving at Cincinnati at 103S A. M.. eosaeotiac
with the Mail Boau. "
THIRD TRAIN, ''"7
" (Daily esoeitt Sundays J '
Leaves at 1H5 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and. '
Springfield, via Aenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
gjSOP. M.. 1 , . .-!t
' -, . ' FOURTH TRAIN. ( co i i ii
Daily except Sunday J ' .1 f,i:ii :',
1 at P. M. for Cincinnati, i Dartot sni.i
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
'Jefferson. Aondoa. South Charieeton,- 8ehne
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lorelaao. aad ar?,. . .
,rivisatCHneinnatiatleP. M. 1, J
.I.,.). ,..--. J In- i ,i -..-I f.iVM h3 no
tneepinr Cars en alL Niarht ratlsta, .. r
." ! 7f.i i :;HENET0X8THie'ABwhs.''--:
" a. a. pninii, abbo,;.. tvriot
JOHN DTJSAND.
uea i u
rUT. L. O'B
Oeal Superintendant,
Cincinnati. .. .
GenT Ticket Agt.J
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
. . .-- 1 ,'2J,t t CSr lt iii;.g
i -it:
' - . ' rf- , , : - ,:rri '.;t- 1 w-r. -,
On itrvitr DMa wth. trains wilT i
fnllntaTai
Leavw. Hi TiBairwai: W' 'Fsit Llba?
Columbws-.Jw.a:14A.M. 'J P. M. ' Jl A. W
Newark 4:35 A. M. x-3 P M . Jise Pi.
tHeubenville...;64A.M. 'fcwf.a. 13oK2.
Arrive at '
Wtbnrgh.i...iS00 n:'-4 i..'"?.4 .
Marrisburg.. 10:30 n M. 14MI6 V. M;M 'fc3 A. M, 1
Philadelphia., SAW A.M., 4:10 IVM, .-RO AjMi.,,.,
New--York.il : 1 M4 1 MrJo J jg.'nu'
Baltimor.4.rA.MM eiWPhU JI:A.:Mva
Boetia..i.Aoa P, M. A.- U." TIM P. M'-'I
Eleawt rtata room aeentflgsacreoe all nlcrrtsraJna, io
On the t ast Line tha eal.hrujiit "Mil... PuV.
day and wtehfeer re ram tbronih from Columbus1"
roiiMeipBiaaooi aew irfc wjUieutebaegej.ri .i.i -r
Passengers hy the A. M. Sunday traia .
amvesnew lorkatsie'eleck Monday nrumaA'
laTTioke Ags SteabaauiUsv Ob Kj w
.CARD Knrwrinr.nHur, lStB.iK.-7Tl n
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