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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
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t Bhisrlng thearrivej and deparvoreof Mm at OoT
, Intiu, Ohio- On and after Master. Rot. 3d
aa trains will re ae follows t . . i
CleTelaaaeUCelanakaeACla'tl B. B. j
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If. Y. A Western Express-.. 13 A.M. 135 A.M.
Now York Express.... illile 4. M. 10 P. M;
Xml end zones k.-.,. 0 P. M. few P. M.
Beringfteld Aooom.ria Oel P. M. 1 4 A. M.
tto. I Aooonunodatioa.,;,., 8:00 A. JCV , t7;5 P. Id.
icrThAraln leaves Sunday nornUr not Monday,
-, ,.-.. t i t JAM Si PATTERSON Aea. ,
tattle nimitiaMxi b.h.
1 I" -, :.- ili 'i HIT!. - ' amUT.
KirMExpress..- 1....M0 1.U, IrOOA. M
Vtneinnati Aocsmmodatioa. 3km A. H." X P. Hi
xereea .............. 1:45 P.M.' lIKO A. M,
lxpseas.......hw.... ...... 4:00 P. M. S 1M P.M
-! I i.iT.i - W. H. H-. Shirk, Agent.
Saltl aware Oale RaJIroadt Central
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LSAVE. AKBTVe.
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...1:10 A.M. 6:35 P. M
. 1:16 Pi M. M3 P. M.
-A..D. Smith, Agent.
SxortM Mail..
SJetaaaems CTalcege laeUaaa Cea
CSuO UL! i - reU Baalwar. ...t.--.
. I.XAVX. ARKIVX?.
?ight fcspreet......,...)2:40 A. M COO A. M.
oledo Express.... 8:00 A. M. P. M.
WMun Express 5 50 P. M.f 1 P. M.
Car Express .1:16 P. M. .11:00 A. M.
,,,..;... - ' G. A. Hut, Agent.
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LightningExpress., ...... 11:10 A-M. . . 6:46 V. M.
Mail end Express.... IDS P.M. 145 P. M.
Veaniaoa Aeeonunodatioa 640 A. hi. a p. M.
Nw York Express (undaily. All other trains
tan daily, except Sunday.
- Denaisoa Accommodation start from freight
j j-j-x Jonr B. Pbtkm, Ajcent,
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
lutm Tliinnrt Hana..A. M. r.M.
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PiUbormt....... 13 10.-0
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7.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Where I Went and What I Saw.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
f - .'
A boot tho Philosophy of TraTel
H A desideratom. Why then don't some
export- write it? It ,ia much needed.
Traveling has become a science, and as
inch, it ought to be taught I was about
to say, in oar common schools at least,
somewhere. ; To me, rustic awkwardness
appears in no one more repulsive than in a
fellow bareler. . Traveling is the touch
stone; true gentility the ear and the
depot the ' test of the real gentleman.
There is, noweverT an art in traveling
that; 4an' only - be - learned by practice.
Observing, not reading1 or sleeping,
should be the business of the' traveler.
No book on earth can teach: us mora, in
the same time than -is spread before us
in a crowdect railroad ear, or than ap
pears, around us- as we dash onward from
sUtion? to 3 station. It is a grand- vOl
ifml'of human nature that1 every? one
onrht td readVith care, as it lies spread
open to the eyd. It is sometimes amus
ing-ofte&' : ridiculous, but always in
structive." i " 1 a-j Oitvi..;.';--: f'';
Are you a. philanthropist ? - Here are
$jttcir M ;'5fty!-.: refprnier T - Here
are subjects that stand greatly in need
of : formation."1 1 A' Christian I Here
is a chaiice ;.tct speak a wbrd jin season
to both saint and smneti, A politician T
Ho-, hofjust pitch- inV . Are ' you in
ssarcb of information from ! any or all
parts of the world t" Here you can find
the. persons that can give it gratuitously.
Ar TOQ aUi arcbiUctl Tbei grand les
sons in your line as marked out in. the
mighty structures you pass over, under,
around, near, tpe or., into, are as.quiner
oua as they , are intricate. Are yon a
feologist, and fond of examining strata?
teepyoiif ey)s open, then, and you will
see fossiliferdns formations exhumed
from tbeteats.'tunnels and other excava
tJons'that would have made the eye of
tB? author bT Old Bed: Sandstone, apar
kla with' delight. Perhaps you are a
mathematiciaB t Then if you" do not see
the grand triumphs of your science in
these 'cnrVeBi angles', 'elevations, points
apd -diroctions, . you ! tught ' to, restudy
youT' book of FtiBctSons and conic sec
tions, and tbtt hse circles, elipses,
paxabolas and hyperbolas will not only
teach but perfectly enthuse you. 'r.
. TraTBl, travel; then, whoever you are1,
ifr yon wish ,to bef -wise; ' And allow me
to say that no better road can be found
fo the ; purpose than the' Central OhicL
It is fast Decokning one of the best in
tUa eoantry' 1 No . road smoother, none
safer; 'none 'nas more elegant cars, or
more potar. and- : efficient conductors.
Soma of: these seem fixtures on the road.
They appear like old friends, Ifeel at
home on their trains. ' It does me eood
to see their smiling faces as they take us
by the band, to help us into their car.
What a magnificent structure that new
bridge ' at ' Bellair will be when it is fin
ished. ' The stone Jot the bntmentaare
huge in size--ana eaaless in number.
Hundreds of bands are at work on themi
and dear ph dear, what a. rattle their
picks do : make. . This road- has1 'been
greatly : improved ' since it came nnder
tb supervision : of tho rich Baltimore
company, -No'cbange ofeara now. at
Bellaire. It is an sight to see the train
ysad ob tbe' Jobg' fdrry boat, Bteamed
across 4o "Ben wood,' and then dragged
off the boat and, up the grade by a mom
iter locomotive, and sent rejoicing on
it way-eastward, without the necessity
nf a. "through rjasseneer" stirring In bis
seitt tneed X recently saw some of
theov. aoand. asleop- daring the transit-
the sluggards! ' '
Up to old Wbeelia'weV go i and
right fine, city this i old Wheejina: has
crown to be.- Its bridge is A model of
beauty, and is one of the greatest archi-,
tectural acbievementa ,oi : the age.-
It has a few first-lass ' hotels,
at which I "always like to stop,
for:-tle 'MsTub,fcb' excellent, 'and the
charges. rno4eratf r -But as I am fond of
telegrapning, x, oi course, visiiea ine
Pacifio ic AUantte office1 bete, 1 1 on ' J the
south corner , of - Jlooroe r.and Water
streets, and had a little talk with r borne,
througii tHe politeness of th truly fair
lady operative whom, the compapy .have
had the good fortune to secure as , .their
manager in tnis city. . Alter maay uaanxs
to "Miss Anne" for her kindness, I on
ward treat td Steubenville ' via" Bridge
port and the. "Circumbendibus" road.
Tbe bad' connection between this and
the JR'&.Oi:rrM4 "would- b enough' to
irate tbe so,ul,JQf)J9b-fctffiself; and. cause
hirn to. forfeit his .woridrwide reputation
for patience. I was not much mad bnly
a little. an4!w1iat! wfatlif i had; lei). toe
instirnter '-stj Boon1 as I entered tho semi,
nary at Steubenville arid gota cup of tea
Aid good cheer at the more thSn'tOOfeet
long TablS"or the Principal j Rev7 AT, M.
Beid. Mad, indeed.; w,ho in h name
of reason, could indulge a moment's cha
fgrin iver a missed railroad 'connection in
' such, v.A place as ;tbis T ,SpA no old
Diogenes himself would have been com
pelled to come to good humor creep out
of jhis tab, -smile an4be happy, had
Crreec in v his day afforded him such an
Institution to enter. Think of the funny
latteroM20 knives and forks, spoons
.plates and tongues , ia .the -hands, and
. mouths of six Score of as pretty young
ladies, as can be' found' any where on
earth, yourself in the - midst of them,
;half bewildered with the-sight -of tho
, fairy world ; you .try to eat can't;. you
jjaze around food, on fork, falls off try
u again misses your mouth (big as it
' is) this time as your mind is captured by
tha flash-of some diamoild-eyed- Peri,
(ihe masclu cannot find the direct way to
ttbe, food ,4oor in your face, although it
has gone it often before. Well, I say,
'imagine yourself in such a condition, and
(Would yon not moat likely forget that
ryoa had misseda railroad connection,
ox, if you did remember it, be glad of it
when it bad been attended with such
felicitous results? ' Now, let "Sir. Beid
take ynu into his spacious parlors look
at the fine paintings on tbe wall hear
the.masic as.it is stricken from the ivory
keys with fingers almost as fair go into
the Abirietf' and setf that you don't over
stay jourself in viewing those geological
mysteries or go to the apparatus room
and witness the wonders of philosophy
or go, as I did, with Mr Beid, on to the
new observatory, And ydu can see up
and down and over the great Ohio river,
that is now "deeply cooling", and float
ing With ice" It is truly a fide sight. Let
painters coma hero who want a subject
ojr a picture rijraling almost any scene
on the Hudson. Come down, go through
the whole grand old building that has
just undergone extensive repairs, invol
ving an expense of thousands of dollars
see how clean it is kept, how well
lighted, ventilated, furnished, 'and how
orderly all things are conducted, and tell
me if these, your daughters, and
raine,.,are not.r fortunate in -having!
thisjto! be their! Alma Mater,
and this corps of accomplished in
structors to aid them in , the pursuit
of knowledge. Let us go into the study
hall. One hundred anf fifty pupils are
before you at their desks. You'll be
called on for a speech, perhaps Dont-
Bay a word on "the value ot time," or
"education," or the "importance of
study." i If yon do, tbe girls will begin
to giggle. "We've heard that, beard
that often before." And if yon say a
word on tbe great Harrisian theme of
Man Primevalo-man -subjective, objec
tive, or relative, then Prof. Keid, flanked
by his corps of dignified lady teachers,
will half frown on you, as much as to
say, "None of that, sir, none of that in
Mi seminary." Well, what trill you do
for a 'subject ?. What suits', the pupils
don't suit the preceptors, and- vice versa.
So at last you compromise, take up as
tronomy, and lecture on "the man in the
moon," and since ne is not a young man.
the Professor lets you proceed, and the
ladies listen with strict attention to his
age, looks, and to the -things he must
hayt seep-as he hasJong looked."? down
upon "mortals here below." What love-
making, for instance, he has witnessed
under Luna's beams., He saw our great
grandparent's courting he may have,
or he may yet, see us in love hanging
by a teilow s side, after our education la
. finished, etc., eto. By this time the girls
are laughing, and the Professor frowpr
iag.1 milthe" can't Tj-ell objecifbrynn
mutt treat your subject in your own way.
Sq on. you go. to the end, and all the la
dies seem to say "Well, we will here
: after profit by more carefully -studying
that branch of astronomy." lou tell
- them to do so, and not to forget Orion,
, Auriga.,Becule8-Per8euB od -every
othejWwl constellation in the heavens, i
: LTI :train;fibm Pittsburgh 1s new
; gone ! No matter, you can go to-night
'to. the First Presbyterian Church and
hear the great English Beformer, Henry
i Yincent,Tecture on "Home Life,", and. I
; know, yoa will be delighted, as I was.
And now just'coPdlude to spend New
' Tear's in the Seminary get a big din
' ner hear sweet music see pretty la
i dies talk with Mr. Vincent about
! Spurgen Bright,' Gladattme; Disraeli,
' and ioany other rlaropean celebrities ;
viurera in eumuiomeBi given in inn
Hall by the senior class, of tableaux,
charades, music, &c., and I tell you,
your time will be most pleasingly, and
profitably spent, and - yon - will come
away feeling that .Steubenville .female
! Seminary, like .wine and gold, - improves
under tbe lapse ot time. ..tut .an ae-
i count of the great Iron - Bridge-, at this
city over tbe Ohio the fine, road the
; Pan Handle has become anderi the-' gov
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the grand wedding I attended- near No-
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bility of application to mental effort,
show its baneful influence. '; It soon be
comes evident to the observer that some
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removed from school and sent into the
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much enfeebled to give zest to healthful
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inwards upon themselves.
If. tbe patient be a female, tbe ap
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diffusing the ' circulation and visiting
the cheek with the bloom of health.
Alai! increase of appetite has grown
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eoonomy is ' deranged. ' The beautiful
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For Weakness arising from excesses or
early indiscretion, attended with the
following symptoms : ' - Indisposition to
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Weakness; Horror of Disease, Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of
Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet, Wake
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Universal Lassitude of the Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite with
Dyspeptic Symptoms, . Hot . Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the
Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
on the Face, Fain in the . Back, Heavi
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Want of . Attention,' Great Mobility,
Restlessness,' with Horror of Society. -Nothing
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more dread, for .tear of lbemselves
no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness,
no Speculation, but a hurried Transi'
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These symptoms, if allowed to' go on
--wbich this Medicine invariably re
moves soon follow Loss of Power, Fa
tuity,' and Epileptic Fits, in one
of
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During the Superintendence' of D:
Wilson, at the Bloomingdale Asylum
tbis sad result occurred to two patients
reason bad for a time" left them, and
both' died of epilepsy. They were, of
both sexes, and about, twenty years ot
age.- .: - '' - -
Who can say that these excesses are
not frequently followed by those dire
ful diseases, Insanity and " Uonsump
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Consumption, bear ample witness to th
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neither Mirth or Grief ever visits
It
Should a sound of the voice occur, it is
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"With woeful measures wan Despair
Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled."
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Your communication requesting" our
terras for advertising was duly received,
but from a . prejudice I bad formed
aerainst advertising "cures - for secret
diseases," it was left unanswered. Dar
ing an accidental conversation in a Drug
Store the other evening, my mind was
changed on: the : character o your Bu
CHU. It was then-highly commended
for other diseases by two physicians
present. ..Inclosed please .find ouc rates
of advertising. Yours, tfcc,
. T. B. II. STENHQUSE, -
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and
Semi-Weekly Telegraph. V'.
K. Y. S. Vol. Insttttjt, '
Cor. 5th Ave. & 76th SU, CeDtral Park.,
(A Home and School for the Sons of de-.
ceased Soldiers.)
: Db. H. T. Helmbold : Two bottles
only of the package of your valuable
Buchu presented to - the Institute have
been used by the children, and with per
fect success. In the case of our little
Lieutenant A. J.. his pride is no longer
mortified, -and he is free from the daily
morning anathemasof the chambermaid
who has charge of his bedding. I feel
that a "knowledge of the- result of our
use: of your BucHtJ with the children
under our charge may save many a Su
perintendent and Matron of Boarding
Schools and Asylums a great amount of
annoyance ; and many a poor child suf
fering more from weaknett than from
habit, may be spared punishment, that
is (not knowing1 it as a weakness instead
of a bad habit), most unjustly inflicted
npon them. Thanking you on behalf of
tbe children, ana hoping others may lie
alike benefitted, I am ' respectfully
yours, a 1 ' ; ' ' COLi' YOUNG,
J une lb, 186b. fyn-dwAa-weowly '
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Tralne Leave CelwnabnedTalen
Ar, "if (anmaaya avxeeptea.)
'I 1 U KIOOT TTSDiiaa .
7 " ",,1. .. -,-. u Z?J0'.
ii m. vn, a. oi.; rraaaington tjity at B:aO
J lIV Aa UilJlUUl DAIIVbOrr ITTlTlDr
at ZanesTille at 1M7 P. Mi Bellaire at 6:10 P. M
Baltimore at 11:10 A. U,; Washington City at Uas
alaed A A U f TflUTlCTWn TVDnnnn " a- .
. am a at TS TabT VTDIIVOO 11 i TT - - A '
e io r . m . rjj.i nctoo inaiu, aarriviusr bl ZaKIIVb-
Till at 4:ES P. M.: Bellaire at 0:15 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4AS P. 11.; Washington City at 530 P.M.
: Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and 'ew York.
' Passengers holding through tickets to fasten
eities hare the privilege of ..
Visiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars .at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS OtT ALL NTGHT
TRAINS. -
Aalc for TICKETS TlsSEaLjLAIRE
JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Oen'l Passenger Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the superi
or stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS,
Jostreoeired ndf sale by
NBVINS & ; MYERS
-.-.'( i- -
S6y 88 A 40 NORTH IG0 ST.
co lit uybu a ' ;
- Our stock oomprises a full line of
Book ' :, .
, tWritlngi :
Colored and
(Print Papers,
. . . - .
: l . ' ' ' '
We bare a full stock of '
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be told at the
. , . lowest market rates.
OPS STOCK or
O A
If unsurpassed in the eity. including
BRISTOL BOARD'
R. R. CHECK,
" COLORED of all kinds
And BLANK.
GIYE US .A. CALL
NETIKS Ar. DIYEB8.
novS
NEW YORK.
REEVES
AMBROSIA
i
j JF O It
T H E HAIR.
Improved! :
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. Jo . ,:.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.- ,--A:.: .
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces tbe Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately step Hair Falling Out. . , ,. - .
j It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age,
It restores Grey Hair to its Original Color.
It brihg out HaSt on beads that nave been bald for
-. . . ' " .. I !" -
years.
: , . 1 1 I'l fit 1 - i
' t Is composed entirely of simple and purely vegeb
ble snbstanoas. :
I It bag received over six thousand voluntary testi
models of its excellence, many which are from
' '" r physicians in high standing.
! It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blewn
in the glass), br Druggists and Dealers in Fanoy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demat Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells jfc fM;
Sobieffelin A Co.. New York.' 8CHHT-mchi7-diy
. J. VIENlOT & CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
AdYerjtisingAgents.
, I9'jnasausuei, sw isk
i.XtoblUKed in 1863 J
' We beg to eall tb attention ef advertiser to
our agency. Our facilities with au ins 1 cm eiass
: daily papers in the country are seoond to none.
ana we aro tally preparea xoonw n-oon-
ditions which cannot fait to give superior induoe
. nni. . . w..k. ml mA Tar tisements to all Cuban
aid South- American papers, with whom we have
. exolusrveeon'racts We are the only house doing
a SPANISH ADVKBTiainvi bvvuscoo,
' . We esn. by special permission, refer to ,
Mr' H. f . HauiBOLn, Druggist, 6B4 Broadway.
: JIwsrs.'B- Ylirarxia A 'Co.. 198 Greeawioh
' i street. New York.-- ' '. .
Messrs Hali. A BcCEnx, 118 Greenwich Street.
Messrsi tt.BnTjc'g Sow Co., Type Fonnders,1$
Cbamhe-e street- ' '.;'., '
; Messrs. Pbaloh A Bom. New York. - -
Messrs. I he low A ('OLXEMoen. New York.
. Messrs. Tauant A Co.. New York. ., .
Messrs. Chicxbhiko Abon, New York.
: Messrs. KadwaT A VQbow York. . . . , . . k 4 .
octM-eod3m '
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
j; ,n' ; :, a
J- . tel
The Shortest Bonte West No Chan to of Cars
' ," Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolis. '
FODB TRAILS DAlUUaar'e Union llenoC
; -iv lnmsuA, on and aftai Hoy. t lflse. as '
, , T. . follows:
8".AA' M.' TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
.UU PRE8S (8uBdaye excepted).- Arriraa
at alilford 8:17 a m. Urban 10:lo a m, BellefonUine
1)5 p m, Sandnsky S:0Op nr. Piqua 11:16 a m. Te
ledo 6 -80 pm, Detroit 100 pm; . . . .. t..
Tbis train is ran expressly for Toledo and" IT
troit business arriying at both places 3 hour
mmesiA of any other routes :
t.lK -P. M. MAIL AND PEORIA B7PRES!
XlO (Snndays excepted). Arrives at Bradford
, Junctional p m. Kichmond 6:06 p m, Iodianapo
Iis8i0 p m, Loganrport lOdO p m, Chieajro 8:00 a m
Peoria S:16 a m, tialesbnrc 90 a to, finrlinrton
Iowa, HKCam. Keokok 130 p m. Quincy 1 :45 p m
LoaisTille30 a m. Torre Haute 117 p m. Mat too a
J S3 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pane 4KT a m. AltonOa
m. 8t. Lonis 8:15 a m. Lafayette 13.-00 mid. Bprina
field, Ills7:0a m.
Passengers er this tram reach nt. Lonis the next
morning a hears ahead and for points west'
of St. Lonis and Keokuk one train in adranee of
all other routes. . t
0 SniS.000110 8T.LOUI3EX
ut)V FRLS8 (Sundays excepted). Arrives at
j.m 9 m. ioimo bshj a m. uetrott 8:10 a m.
Bradford Juno tion 8 JO p m, Loransport l0am
Chioago 80 a m. Indiananolia 2 its a m. Tm. u.n. -
-30 a m. Mattoon 8:li a m. Paoa 11 .-00 a m. Alton
-w v "i. o'. .w p m, Aiaiarette 7:45 a m.
Spfinefleld. Ills., 4:25 p m. Quiney llOOp m. Keo
kuk 10 a m. Louisville 8.-0U a m. Nashville 6e
m, Memphis 10HW a m.
i KleeDinc cars run in this train from flnlnm. '
bus to Chicago and St. Loais without change. Tbis
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quioker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville 9 -toonre
ahead and makes direct connections for
all points West and South one train in advance of
any other route. .
I9.1A A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily "via
lAaay Indianaonlis (Mondays exeented). via
Logan sport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:14 a
m. Logansport 8:40 a m. Chicago 235 p m. Peoria
5:35 p Keokuk 1K45 n m, Indiananolia Sde a m.
Terra Haute 12:15 p m.Evansville 130pm, Mattoon
3:16 p m, Cairo -4:15 a m, Paaa 5:00 p m. Alton tlOO p
in, ot. uuuiiiu:i p m, jiayeue aau p m. IUOU1S
vi leSKX) p m, Nashville 50 a m, Memphis 4:16 pm.
rHHugen aj irina i-raia arrive tne same aay at
St. Louis 3'i hours and Chicago S honra ahead of
any other route.
STATE ROOM SLEEPING CARS
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh te Indianapolis.
r van ior Aiccets via Aioganspon er Indian
apolis. ' - u
Tickeu lor sale at V nion and Piqua Depots
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offioes. ,' .' Ij. :u ;-i .in.-o
3. ttiAK ULEK. Uenl Ticket Agent.
J.M. LU NT. General Buperintendent.-I
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
vrrvMi u Tim -p-
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
lAttle iTllaml A Cktlmrnbnu Ac' Xemlei'
mm an, waw, . j
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaved Corembnac 1:55
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, Gilead, ,
Galion, Crestline,- Shelby, Hhlkh. New London,1
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriying at Clave-,
land ai5 A.M.. New York 7:00 A.M., This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.') v l. .;l
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION beeves Columbus,
at SM A. M. Will stop at all way sUtions. This1
train starts iron ti rraigntjfardv A J .i t:J
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. tHllatopatDelearevAifaley.Cane
ton, G&lion, Crestline, Shelby. New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea.- Arrives at Cleveland
at S P. M,,)iew York next iday ktSeP. M-
MAIL ANDKXPKlfiHS- Leaves Columbus at JO
P. M, -Will stop at Wortbiogaon. Lewie -Center,'
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and 8hiloh,r
New London. Wellington. Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 0 P. M.. New York t:t P.Mjl
Passeneers for Fort, Waype and Chicago, by tak
in this trail!, will get sleeping- ear at Crestlihe'at
6:00 P. M arrive in. Port Wayne at 11 -SO P.
Ch oago at 6K0 A. M.. beina in advance or all oth
er routs, have ample time for breakfast, and take!
the earliest train for the West- -. . . j
SPKINGFUliD ACCOM MO DAT rrjjl YlAITEfc'
AWARE Leaves Colnmbw at 3S P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus sad Spring
field, arrivinr. at Delaware at SiB P. M.,t5prinrn8ld
cae r. M. xnis train leaves npruagneia at lavai:
M, arrives at Delaware at 3b Columbos-,
10:40 A. M. .J
w 1 lu j .oitiO mil IO
. ., t ii
Pa (en t Sleeptag Cars are rpua em sail ,
Nlghg Traiaa Cblcta
Itew lork aad ' --' "
;t j., 4 Bestoa. - :--J li--jiqO
V .1 t. - .' 'I :T
. :
s- Baggage ebecked through to New Tork-and.
Boston, via Cleveland ; else, to- Philadelphia and-
N.wjTorkvi.Crmn-,B.:ll,Vc
i Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at Uii A. M. (,
' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl:.
K at.- - - - --J
JHail Train arrivee at Columbus a 55 P. M, -. .,
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbus4
aslope a. M...-: , ia i,.. .... . , . ,t
Fare ae Lew aa by aa maevJBerute ,
. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT. ' -
Buperintaad ant, Cleveland, Ohio. '..
JAMES PATTERSON,.
Agent. Columb S.Ohio.- -J
Columbus. Nov. SS, 1888i .a--.... . nr. njt
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
U aJ
RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Wot. 3d. lfleV FOUB
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus : 1
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- -D
IAN APOLIS A CHICABO. -
Witbon change of ears to DAYTON and RICH '
MOND, and only on change of oars to IN . -DJLANAPOUS
and CHICAGO.
.... . - . .
Connections are reliable as follows '
- FIRST TRAIN (Daily)..,,.
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, CireleviHa .
Lancaster, HilUboro and Chillioothe: stops at Lon-
don,' Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelaad, arriving a
Cincinnati at 70 a. m. , . , - : . ,
SECOND TRAIN,:-, i .1.
N (Daily exoept Sundays J .' ' '
Leaves at 6WO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, andstons at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Bel ma,
CedarvilleJCenia, Spring Valley, Gerwin, Morrow: a
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelahil. Mil ford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. nonnesting f
with the MaUBoaU. ,. JO,d. a4I c
. ., THIRD TILAUrVIjlJ . i0
(Daily except SundayaJ) . .. .
Leaves at 1:45 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield, via Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati a 1
of;m. 13
. FOURTH TRAIN.- - ;.,,.(, a
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at S P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
. Springfield via London, stopping at Alton, Weakr
: Jefferson. London, South Charleston. Selma,
Ceitarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaad, and ar- .
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M.
'
8leeploc-Cara ea '.all Ivljaa TraUae,
HENRY BROOtTS.I'iekwl Agent,
W.H.H. SHIN N. Agent. suJT .e
:
3RN DURAND. t ',MUV . .1 ..,-, a
r 1. n'HCii. w ' vinernnati.
3wl Ticket Att.) V
OJf CiA7Vl 7
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
.. rV PAJC g IJPLE kotyB. ".aaio
On ana alter Deo. 18tbujE, trains will ran ss
follows:
Lealver N. Y.xprees.-'-MaTt' J FastLrae,
Colembaa..v.4.B:lt A; Mj B P;K; 110 A. M 3
Newark 4:35 A. M. 35 P. M. H:30 P. M, A
Steuben-rille...:54A.M. rt6 Rat'-'" SJer.M,"1
Arrive aA " -i' i-i'y o h'' n : !..!,:. j
Pittsburgh ..,. M. - ,iK A. M. , 7P.M..t
Hairisbrg....l0:90 P. M. 1SH P. M. , B-JO A.M..
Pbil.delpSia.v auo A. M; 4-J P. M."' 8e A. Mi
New , Yerk,, 6:15 A. M. , ?. JL, - 1SS P, M)
Bltitnore.'...iJ30 A.M. 63DF. M. , 4fA.M.
Washingtoaw. 5:15 A. M. is le P. M. ' 146 P. M,'1
Boston........ 5.-00 P.M. . ,.-00 A.M.,.. 120P, M,.,
Elecant state room sleeping ears on all night trains. ,
On the Kast Line tbe celebrated ."Silver Palaee -day
ana night cars are run tbrouah from Columbug,,
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
A3- Passengers y tbe 10 A.. M., Saaday traleii
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday aorningA
an advantage never before ofiered. - - 1
, . Gent Ticket -Ag't. Steubenville. O.
W. W. CARD. Snpeiintendert,-rtebeaville, 0J
H.B.JBROOK.S. .
Tioket Agent, Columbus, 0. ,J
i Ageat. Col umbo, 0?i, m
JOH N B. PETERS;
cmneiu-aiy
'COAL.:
3i fi'-f. a
1 ijist
TV AliL EN." Agent.
TtTIIX CONTlfatJfc TIE. COAK.. C
:'TT NErSat his present sUnd.-.: . .,
! "If. 135 Worth High afreet. ;.,
and will take ordera in both. CAMBRIDGE a
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell
the lowest market price- . .
i a- iSpecial atUnuoa paid lo Shipping
mrJO-eodly
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