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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
ft) tmowing theagrirel and denture of trains at 6C
ieweriaueal, MluiMu ClaHI Ba He
l.T,WiUfi Express.. 1SJ A.M.' 1:35 A. M
New York Exoresa..... ll:lu A.M.. ItSsP. M.
Mall and sprees 8:40 P. M. 03 P. M.
" Bprtngnem aVeooua.Tia Dal.. s:30 r. M. lotts A.M.
i St. 1 Aoooiauaodatioa...... .- A. M. T 45 P. M.
Tkls tralnleeves Sunday morning not Holiday.
:!:.. . JAMK8PATTKRSON Ami.
' Uta Rital Celambaeot Xeala K.K.
J n- t . .'. i ' ' LB AYS. ASRITS.
jruhtGxpnu..... too A. M. ' 1.00 A. M"
- (Jineianati Aooetnmodatioa. 84M A. M. ' 3S p. M.
,Bpr. lAi P.M. 11:00 A. M,
lxpress KK) P. M. 1:00 P. 11
- ' VY. H. H. Sbinn, Agent. ,
altlmere Okie Railroad, Central
V . .. Okie) Dirialea. ,
w " ' ' 1 utn. ' AWRITg.
,-light Express A. M. M.io A. M'
kgotnias axprees........ 11:10 A. M. P. M
'Xxpress Mail. l:li P. M. U P. M.
' , A. P. Smith, Aent,
Wlmaat tJealeeaeTa mm laeUauaa Cam.
" IralBallwar, , ,
; lt-O - -tKATtV ' ' A1T.
Wt,Vt r in. 1S:40 A. M- :00 A. M.
;Tlede Axiree........ IW A. M.- :0S P. M
cetera Express SM. P. M. 7 P. M,
Day lixpreas ...j,.. iua r. M. U:ou A. At.
... , . ,G. A. Htu, AJtenfc ,
nttakattaTti. Claciaaatl , at, - AaU
ln ,'.,1 . 'i MaJlwar.- . , ,
. LXATm. Amtrra.
AKw York Kraresg-...
..... S.TB A. M - -' W-OO Milt's
Jahtaina tinw ..114t A. M. 5 P. H.
Bail ana Xiphm Jas P. M. 11:45 P. M.
-eeaaiaott Accommodation 6MA.il. 4.-40 P. M.
. rew York fcxprees ma daily. All ether trains
edajly.egeep4 Sunday. . . . .
Denaieoa Aaenunolatioa starts dob freight
yard.
-,!',VoK B. Pktkm, Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
" i mini.
Bail a ThTuh Kafla.' A. M. r. a.
OLoan.
A. H. P. a
" Tittabomh
13J0 UJ 10KM. T0
a.... .... B3
IS .00
loKkWHi, Ti FX W. A , .
. v. v. Vj . m v. n mv a...
Caieo,TiaC.P.l JJ. , ,
oUIXk.1 7.... ....
aAtlaf!atD!K.RTliro'
Little Ulaml R. R.. War. I'.'.l
llflO ' 4:18
11M
7J0
J iaaaiTilla .VWaaaliag, tM i
7J0
V. w. x .., uja . ia -....
.at'-Al, Xhrena-li and , .
' Way .TM 11:00 T;S0
Clntortlla, Cbilliaetha :
, Jailiuouta...te...... MM ' .... 70
Vataaaatar. Ohio.......... Hi. M .... ISO
taitH a.Katiosa) Kaad. 18J0 .... , M..
AM. Varaea War. Wauor- , '
Tilla.Ao KM V... 1
fiarUCUBbuaoaCUjr ;
i WBT1UB. ....... .......... way. w xyr
WaahiatonvJl..TiaHar.
twarg. ' tri-waekl7j
. mt Monoaaa wm
BaadaTf, A FriaaTiL and
' laaTM Taafda7.Tbar(
ar tad BatDrday....
Oaatra VUlaaa. tri-waak-:
, ' t."00 a'f TSO
.(T.Tnaaaaya.TW(dars UK.
And )UtBnkif
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[For the Ohio Statesman.]
[For the Ohio Statesman.] Agriculture and Protection.
0ne:4f jibe nvBmteri"of , Abe lata Agri-.
pnltnral Convantion expressed the sen- i
thtoeni that " it was the duty of the Gov
ernment to protect the taanafactnrer, and
he producer ..would , take care-of him
elt?i ol? can , seo no difference in this
doctrine, than it. it were worded in this
irayT "It is the dutj of1 the Government
to protect the manufacturer, and let the
producer take care of himself." - : i
itfltWould like to know what right one
class of citizens of this Governmnnt have
9V!.,n others, to especially claim its
protection. . The favors of a just Goy-
' eminent should be like - the dews of
Heaven, given to all. alike. What have
fhe manufacturers, as aclaes, rendered to
the Government, or to the people, more
thaai other - citizens, : that they should
claim this exclusive right to its protec--tionT
-
Have nAt the producers given the Gov
urnment at least an equal support t shed
their blood, and even ' laid 4towa their
lives' for itr preservation ? ;V V,. '. .
. jCertainljjhe manufacturer will, pot
claim any special favors on account of
formlaUng' i shoddy ' to clothe -the ' sol-,
dlert 6f)tl$e' GoVeromenf W the time of.
its'greatest need i especially as they had
contracted to furnish good and substan
tial) fabdesy ' and filled theirf contracts
wftlr ibeft;' worthless sboddv, JTbisayry
of special protection is an eld one; mDy,
ymrmtgo its friends told the dear people
or producers, "Give us protection for a
few jart'till we get fairly started, and
then we will not only take care of our
alres bat will fttmish you cheaper goods
than can be furnished irom elsewhere.""
The ery is" stilt tbes same, and .always
wil be,, till they are , placed upon an
equality with other men. . : -.(. ?:-t - '
SotiMtellnB, buildup these manufae
tories, and they will make a borne mar
ket for all our agricultural products.
This would ae somewhat plausible if it
wete true. y"i The idea of making a borne
market for all our agricultural products is 1
most fallacious. ' It never can be done. ,
If iiauLiie,,it certainly wonld have
been done during the war. We can never'
; hop to, be able, to draw more men from
the pursuit? of agriculture than were in
,) both arm lea .during the rebellion. ..There
wT'-at least 'two millions of men on
bdtb sides. ' ' -! . : .
' .The lata, report of ,tbe . Commissioner
oC jLgricaltpre from Washington, says,
that nine-tenths of all our people are en
raged 1ri: the1 pursuit of agriculture.
This would give ane million' eight bun
drtd thousand, igriculturists in both ar
mies during the war. What a mighty
arthy to draw' from one ipduBtrial pur
suit t, . Yet during all this time we were
constantly I shipping, our agricultural'
products to Europe. If we could not
consume all our prodQcts then, when, can
we hope to" be able " to 80 so t . Cer
tainly not during the lives of. the pres
ent generation. - And I beg to be ex-i
eased from : being a slave all my life, '
that the next generation may bae their1
. tars tickled 'with 1 the same' fallacious
Sromises that .the friends of protection
ave fot the last forty 'years been hold
ing out to " ,;; i;;-' 'J1-.','"
If we cannot build up a'Tiome markef
for all our agricultural, products; it does
the producer no good so far as enhance-"1
ment of prices is concerned,; to" fell a
small part' to these manufacturers. Aa .
long as we have' to ship to Europe, we
must subafit '-to 'shipping' rates.1 While
wbaf 4 surplus, we must get' rid of
' that surplus n. the markets of the, world
and at the World's prices,; Whoever beard
of a manufactufSThat bad so much gen-'
erosity as to pay- more than the market
price for even the, small pittance of ag
ricultural products he consumed f Who-,
ever heard of the woolen manufacturer
wbe would give bis neighbor more for1
woo, than be could buy. the imported! sr-'
ticle of the same quality fbrT , - .1
If, then, we have to a! into the mar-
- ket of the world and submit to the world's1
prices for ,0r . aghbujturai .products,
which .we have to. sell, is it fair to forco
nato fiptitious market, made for the
benefit "of less Chan onetenth of our
pophUtjofl, for what we have to buy t
OurA 'aranW-are greater than our father's
' were.J Ifany things that wer luxuries
totaem have become necesities with us.'
8ucb? 4 augirtea and coffee for , our .
Ublea., Every article the farmer has to
buy has had it price enhanced from on
buavdred lt three hundred per cent.1 by
the present tariff and other taxes of the
Government, while what he has to selj.is
forced to seek the wotLL'e market and
submit tetb World's ptieet.' - For proof
of this, see. the article of wool, that the'y
. havf made a sbam tf protecting. ; ,The,
faci is' the wool growers were completer
lr hoodwinked. .rci.i 1 . .
Aa long aa my Government taxes me:
UteS tyji3t''nJ.--.i"'i't I
md my property, as all other men and
their property are taxed, and leaves me
n open field and a fair fight with the
rest of its citizens, I am content, how
ever high it may be neoessary these
.faxes should bei'but when, in its favors.
t discriminates against me and in favor
it another, X can not, for the life of me,
help feeling that, eo far, it is robbery.
Again, it is not. desirable that; we
xhould not produce ' more than we con
sume. We must trade with; the outside
world, and if we have not agricultural
products to exchange for their commodi
ties, what can we exchange? ; Destroy
ur agriculture, and the balance of trade
would constantly be against us.
It may be said that no class have done
better in tbe United states man ner agri
culturalists. . . . ' '
This is true as a whole, but this pros
perity was not achieved under our pres
ent system of taxing us to death, for the
benefit of some one else.' For the last
two years farmers have not, as a rule,
made more than a living; scarcely that.
- And when has the. laborer, tbe true
producer, found it'so hard to bring the
' ear round square as now t This must
Continue, or even arrow worse, so longaa
) 'ae very necessaries of life are taxed as
1 eavily as they now are.
[For the Ohio Statesman.] Agriculture and Protection. G. S. INNIS.
3USINESS DIRECTORY
ARCHITECT.
: T. BKOUKE8,
Ca Architect, Ciil Kncineer, Ao.
Uffioa over tba National kzobanca Bank
ATTORNEYS.
ilHAItli A- HASH,
O ATTOKNKIS Al LAW
Office. No. 6 boath igh u. et, AmbosBnild-
n(.
IADIE!) O. BULL,
I ATIOBM H V-AT-LAW A MAYOR,
JaayOfu Office.
E1IWARDT. DeLARf,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW A Notary Pnblie.
Ofiioe in Parson's Buildinc
vv
LkUN ic WOODHlIfF, '
ATTOHNKVS-ATLAW. '
Offioe 09 i-ouih Huh sueet. Am boa Buildinc.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
r. HEAL, "
e Aaotioneer and Dealer in Seal Estate House
old Uooos. Clothing and Notioaa,
No. T West Broad street.
BATH ROOMS.
nKeuuK niiEK,
OT Barber and Uair Dresser. Hot and Cold
Hatha, basement Postomce i)uildin.
BOOK BINDERS.
w KCaUaTUn. al BLlliLBIi
O Book Bindera Blavnk Book UanafauinMn.
riinwnua moiuDera
BOOTS & SHOES.
w.
T. WILLI Aims tc CO..
a 144 8onth Hich street. -Jnat resaiTad. an
aiagant assortment. Ac -atyles, low prices. La-
lea, piease can.
k,.unvatvv,'a
XJ la tbe noted bouse for good Boots and Shoes
at low prices. Ae BtooS juatreoeiTed-
no Bouin nign atreet
COAL DEALERS, f fl
R9BIIVSON at CO , '
.. I". 1 : L..l 1. . ; .AT. . . ..
Coaa. iiraia l'Uo and stone ewar Pisa. . -
a I ? '. - Ko.iiomaitfa UUhatraat.w
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
H FITCH Ac SON,
e Commiesion. t or warding and Produce Her
etianta.' dealers in urain 1'lour. 40. 87 W. Broad
street.
. : CORSETS.
DU. MA CM AEAA ok CO.,
a Hanulactoren and- Dealers ia French, Gar
auui and American oorsats. Also, Hoop a kirts.
11 Opera Bouse,
CROCKERY, &c.
W1
AT. t ELTON, ' - -. " - -
Wbolaaala and Retail Dealer, ia China.
Queens ware, Criaas, Plated Uoods, Lampaand Lamp
iixturea. norm uigo street.
J Importer and Wbolaaala and Retail Dealer
m UnuJiMr. l!kina. UImmm. llatlMr.. PlmUkA i4nW.
tioal Oil Lsoups. Ac
ana oomta nign street. . -
DEMTISTRY.
W
AltNaB EIUniflOEH,
- . NeviaEaatBraeAatraai.
Wa m4m to be the tea..
1 WW AWVlvif MJKtlX A AO A A UB Vfjsi BiJIOal
Xm of Dentistry, including Dana's Improve.
tiiD.nl Fiiw. - iltiio, XO and 11 Opera Block.
a .. i aar am m i sat saa nruiPtEnn mL. 1. a
DRY GOODS.
n dbebly a ce
Li Dealers in Dry UvOds, Notions. C irpets. Oil
torner Uign ami r'rienu streets. .
J II. VsHoKN iL 4 O., ..
e . 14S cSouth High street,
carpets Mattings, Oil ClotbJ,l3tirtaiia, 6larla and
Favoy Dry Goods. .,
H-A'.ac w . as. i ai,
a W holasala and Keiail Dealers in Staple and
raucy Dry Uoods. aud Aianulaoturers of lauiea'
Uloaaa. , 123 o. ttign street.
iocaa'a'aa '. asa a boovs si vita, -X?
F. Aram A Co., cash dealers in Dry Uoods and
ftotivBS, liavooutB ourto street. ' -
JAlULM MAVtiUiUft,
Wholesale and Betail Dealer in Dry- Goods.
iNaughtonBuUuuia.Xoa,laB and IX bouth iligh
street. '
1 avNkOM HlatilA.
IV Dealers in btanle and Fane Dry Goods and
Uents' lunishing buotlaNo. eAeU Uouae.
IIJ.'Mhifl'l'. A V Ar , a, .
VX Dealers in Staple and Faney Dry Goods.
no-xv ouuurniun street-
, haa sjaiS a ax lu..
sta-e Foreien and Domestio Dry Goods, Cloths.
a ura. aw. xaoAxs. ooutn uignstreeu
DRUGGISTS.
108EfHMTT.
O People's Drug bttse. 580 Soath High St, ( Pre-
sonpiious careiuiiy oououiiaea at ail nours.
DKfO'I' llHUU 8TOK.E. ' .
1 . JOHN S. hOUKRTS. '
urugiiat and Apothecary. - " '
. ' ' . KHjOTWiui a street.
AHPLK tV Hl l'SU.X, '
WHOLESALE 4 Kb. TAIL DRUGGISTS.
- lou South Huab St.. Commbtis, O.
HAUN, UKIUA 4c CO.. ' '
Wholesale and Keiail DrugguU, anduaalers
W.nmMtAr. iHMilii,in . ... .
a Proprietary Medicines.
94 North High street.
ENGRAVERS.:
RICHES As inoeuE, -Desutnera.
LagraTaca and Publishers. Nota
rial and other seals engrared to order.
, , Aua, 107 and 408 oomu mgn street. .
FURNITURE, &c.
nOLIIlllBIJS CABINET CO..
KJ Alanutaatnrara and W brolaula and RafII TWt.
trsin c uiniture. tnairs, Hatuassea, etc
no. aui ooutn tiign ot. (uper. House).
I- M.UIUWIHI.ISUI UMUIM. C IUUUU.I WUOIC
iaJe and Keiail Warerooms. 8, 1 and 8 Gwynna
PIOOK. -
house furnishing:
s- H AalinaTMONU ic CO..
X2J Dealer. Is Mantles. Stores and House Kur-
Rishing Oooos. ' Alto, tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
I'ara. 17 Aaat Xown street.
A HENS Sc STCAKT, -TV
Bouse Furnishing Uoods, Mantles, Grates,
popper, 'lia and- bheet Iron, Stoves and Mantles.
I . sua oouta jsga street.
ASTON, TAKtOM. At HUFF,
l l l Lj i . i t rt J
M arbia and Slate ManUas. Urates, Sttvea. tiot Air
rurnataa. Aa. .autiorth Biah strae.
HOOP SKIRTS.
ry HEED. - .
Slim llanufaernrer and Wholanla T)Mi-1- ti
Skrrta and OorseU. Also, dealer in R..iTi
nd FanoT Goods, 183 South Highstrr .
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
S -'f. AXTelLL, ' 11 It:
Oe Dealer in Mnmcal Merchandise. Boo s.Sta-tion-rrand
Fancy Goods generally, special Agent
for toe ealebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Maohine. No, 10 South High street, cor. Rich.
1 .-.iW i.4. t- . . i '-''. '
1 !V HQ
BUSINESS DIRECTOR?
HATS & CAPS.
UBS St. ST. I.ACF.
H (Saccewor to . Lauf J Dealer in BaU. Cap
Fan and BUaw oooai xa 000 in Hin utreec.
- - (SUn Golden tiatJ
HOTELS.
NATlONALi HOTEL,
Opposite Depot.
.- ry . J. H. UAV1US0IT. Proprietor.
u
niTaU 9'1'ATKS HOTEL,
: Corner High and Town atreeta.
K. J. BLOUNT. Proprietor!
r7BLl"a'I.B7.M BaiVTMm7.
j Corner Kourta A Friend U. Commodioni
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor,
INSURANCE.
CONNECTICUT RDTDAL LIFE
oranee Company. Asset!. $1600.000.
WJ1. JAalriON, Agent. Col umbiM.O.
N'
EWKIRK Ar niLTEHBEROEbV
UENKRAI. AKNTH Hannrit l.ifa Innniu.
company. . o. a opera uooae,
TTOITIK INUBANCIi COM PAN OF
Q. Colnmbna. O. apital'and Assets, S4o14.7.
.v. m. HAJtaK, oeo y.
Office, Nog. V Opera Home
mLLTNERY GOODS.
c
v. KimmoNS.
a 'Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
W 3. tiich etreet. Opera House Block.
If KS. A. DOWNING,
I 1 1 - i : u:n:.... fl 1- i T.:
UO.I.l I II HJIIIUVIJ, HI' UWNJ Mill
mines. No CT North High street.
J II. W1LKIF, ... ,
e Dealer in Millinery, Press and Cloak Trim,
minis nd Faney Good.- 130 Month flb street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHAFHACMEN tc ttOHLLEBEN,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Uents' Fur
nishing Uoods.
.- xto-asnortniiignstraetv
f W.N1SWANDEK,
J Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gents ' Fur
nishing Uoods. - Also axent for the Diamond Shirts,
. . . 181 South High street.
THE OHIO 1QERCH4NT TAILORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 8. Hi ah sr. Gents'
saits made to order. Brady-made Clothing al
ways on nana.
TOHN V. HICKE.IBACHEK. '
O Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
uents' i urnisning vooas.
No. 61 North High street
TOHN SfCNTEK.
(J MERCHANT TAILOR. M0 South High st.
unnice stock oi looming constantly on nana.
NEWS DEALERS.
ANDREWS Sc HULL,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High afreet. tiexf door to Postoffice.
PUtl), USILITIANN,
jj Kavi Dealer. Bookseller. Rtatinner anil Bind.
er. Publications m both Uerman and English.
331 outb UiKb street.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
ANDREWS, PERKY CO ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writina. Frint-
ing and Wrapping Papers, 03 A IS North High St.
N a TINS at HIYERS.
' Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Norih High street.
T .PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BALDWIN tc. STEVENS,
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
81 Souih High street.
J7H. ELLIOTT,
e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street.
Pictures made in every style and sise.
D
J. ARCHER.
a Photographs, Ambrotypee, Betns, etc., etc.
no. aae ooutn niga street. -
PHYSICIAN.
a?
T7 fl. DOWNS. UK.
X2ia No. 8 Ooera Honse. Traata Diseases of the
Ere. Ear. Heart. Throat and Lunas. Also. Diseases
of Women and Children.
r PIANOS. ; -
JF. HARRIS 4k CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lithte A
Co. sand HaineaA Bro.'s Piauoa.. Also. Oraans.
lelodaons and other masioaL i as t rumen ta.
a xnorth mga tueet.
JC. WOODS,
a Agent for Chickerings and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also. Organs. Melodeons and Sheet M uaio.
---xi souta aiga street.
restaurant:! -i
B
INK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT,
Corner btate and tlicn streets.
CUaBLEY MYEB. Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
AETNA SEWING JHACHINES,
Tha beat in. th arnrM. Km. 1 anil 1 Onara
House. W. P1MMEL. Ueneral Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. '
RD. DUNBAR at CO.. i
e Dealers in Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Platedwara. Spectaoles. As.. No. 11 Eaat Town
street. v - i .
CI AltR A MAIiltlAUlOll, : J
X (Succeasorsto.WmBlynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, biivei Ware aud Spao
taclea. No. tteii-Houa. -
FA. at L LE.tQfJEHEUX,
a Wholesale and ReUil dealers' In Watches.
Clooks and Jewelrr. No. tl South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE." r
B
ANCttOFI' aSROS. at CO.,
V noiasaie ueaiers in 17ry uooda and notions.
3 and 4 Uwynne Block.Town street. ,
REED, AON ES at CO., -' v -
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes. No. 8 Uwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Stockholder's' Meeting.
OFFICE OP THE
tl
COLTMBTTg, CHTCAGO A 1HD. CENT. R'T CO
CoLCMBt s. O.. Deoembet a4th. 1868.
AlHEEI'IlaG O THE 8IOCK.HOLD
ers of the Colnmbna. !hieaa anrl InHl.n.
Central Railway Company will be held at the of
fi.e.f tbe Company, in the city of Columbus,
Btaie ox unio, on r niuA i , taexsTH aay ot JAN
UARY, 1868. between the hours of 10 A. M., and 8
P. M-, to approve or reject a eontraet rith toe At
lantic A Uieat W-cstern Railway Company and the
Erie hail way Company, and lor other purposes.
dj wuw vi mo ooara.
GORDON MOODIE.
decSO-dtd Secretary.
For Sale or Rent.'
ME DE1IRABLE PROPERTY BE-
longing to Mary E. Kent, deceased,' situated on
Mound street, near 7th, consisting of a convenient
house, wood shed. As., on a spacious lot ninety
feet front, one hundred in depth. Good cistern and
well, fruit trees and flower garden on the premises.
For price acd terms, enquire at W. R. Kent's
auction rooms.oorner Town and Fourth. jan7 dtf
The Adams Express Company
H
ATE ESTABLISHED OFFICES ON THE
Hacking V alley Itailroad at .
Grewepert,
Wincheater,
Carroll; and Laaeastsr, .
And are oreoaied to receive and deliver matter at
tbe above towns at low rates.
x or information afply to '
J. H. RIPE. Agent.
janW d3t . - 13 Broad atreet.
Fife Cents Reward.,:- ''
WALKED AWAY TOO 'UZCTO
run-one J. W. BROWN LOW. sairi K .
brother of the Governor of Tennessee. He is by
profession a Sculptor, by trade a oaaaaav.AU per
sons desiring permanent investments caawitn per
fect safety entrust him with tbeir money. At last a:
counts ha was engaged in the whisky business.
Tbe abov reward, also tha thanks of several vis
tims, will be given for any information as to bis
whereabouts, upon application to this ofiioe.
janT-dtf . ...
The Sisters of St. Mary's,
o
F THE SPRINGS. KECENTLI OF
Somerset. Perrv county, will open their larae
aad spacious building for tbe reception of pupils on
the first Monday in September, 1808. For Board and
Tuition. 75, (80. 86 and 480, aooording to tbe de
partment el the pupiL bK. ROaE, Sop'u
Address Box 161. - : . au3-dtf
Valuable Residence for Sale. ,,
SITUATED Oft BROADWAY, BE.
teeen High and Third streets, containing
twenty rooms, bath house, witi hot and eold wa
ter. Also, improved range and furnace, fosses
ion given April lit. ' -:
or price and terms, apply at this office. -
jaaT-dtf,. , - . i-n-
OFFICE OK THE "
CoLrjMSCS.CHtOAoo A Indiama Caw. R'T Co.,
. - COLUMbca, O., January Jlth. IMeV.)
THE BOOKS FOR THK TRlJiBPEB OF
. tbe Capital Stock of the Colavbus, Chicago
Indiana Central Railway Company will bee-osed
on tbe evening of January SM, loot, and remain
closed until January 80th, lBe. . v, i
, By order of the Board. '
,Janl4-dtd GORDON M00DIB. Sse'y.
rjORXtQOOCa,
.'d ?' CHE AT ' 5 )
Slbsfi if -i"i' t I , Tte-Trrfil
fn AND AFTER TUESDAY, TBA
Utk day ( Jaanary. lew.
-: ; . , . i 1. i
-A Ski '. i.AU ' '
FOR 35 DAYS,
1ST, GRAY & m
Nos. 23, 25, 27 i 29 S. High Street,
(: -i i
Will sell
r, tr-'
'oasias Goods.
IBaroaala; TVi ssft Blxarwlm,
Wool ZZooda,
JP'-VMjrm, csboa . . r ....
Also Great Reduction in the price of
Tril tTl It eytaw, '
tTxtderwecar,'
. Olovea, ;
BlllLS, edbo.
We are sole Agents for the sale of tha HARRIS
SEAMLESS KID ULOTES. .
W From this dale our More will be closed
at 6 o'clock P. M. until further notice.
- ' GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO..
janl-ly Nos. 23.5, 37 A 18 South High St.
'S
FALL AND "WINTER
DRY GOODS.
EXrRAORDIMRY INDUCEMENTS
TO ' BUY -A-T
N A UGH TON'S!
-r r 5 '. v. ; : . w -?:- "f " i
Foronuart of Dry Goods are cordially Invited to
;i - examine tha s
l E W S T O C R ,
. . it :.;... .. ,t. jJi " - ' ' ' " : - .i "1
,;'!! .T..1. -u:-., - . 'i
DRESS G00t)Sf....V...;.:;...'..CH15APl ' "
FANCY GOODS-. CHEAP
c -BHAWLS.. .... ..CHEAPt
DOMESTICS ,wft.,.vCHEAP ,
: ETEBTTHXNG ................ ..CHKAP :
JAMES . NATJGHTON,
. , 118 128 nth niKh Street, ,
deolS-dly . ' COLVMBVS. OB10
..: ... : ' ' y. . !
: ' CLOTHING.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
c ' HXTNTER'S
Clothing Hrjporinni,
' No. 220 South High St.,
. , Y.2 -s COLVMBUS, OHIO.
I HATE JUST RECEIVED THE
largest and Boast stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this eity. consisting of
jFVeiiols, '
jGIiAsllaab. and s
., .-; jDomesitlo OlotlifS, -
Caaatimereas ateo..
For Gentlemen's wear, widen 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a wall selected
afoekof
READY MADE CLOTH INC.
JOHN HUNTER.
juSMly
820 South High
: . cxxxjo;iiv3-, .
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE!
THE OHIO . "
MercbantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
SO. ; if5 OPERA B0V8S BLOCK,
Columbus, Uhle
A (SUPERB PIEW STOCK ef CLOTHS.
Casei meres. Overcoating and Veatings. both
Foreign and Domestio, for Fall and Winter wear.
GENTLEMENOF FASHION.
WiU always Hod both our materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mods. We all spare
do pat as in prooueinc tne moss elegant ana laiin
ionabJe garments to be found aorwneie.
i EEADT-MADFbLOTHIN&,
Of which a great part is maanfactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at very low prices. , ., .
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand.' "' ' '
HEMUX MMSh. Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
I W . G. PfcRKS, Foreman.
oet2S-deodSm
HOTELS.
FRAJXKIaIJV HOU,
. (Recently Merchant's HoteU '
j Roe 230 aad 238 Son tb Hlg-h Street,
j ..coiPMscfs, dmo.
rpBE UrDEHIs3WfcD,: FOH A NUm
X bar of years proprietor ef the National Hotel
af thia city, takes pleasure ia annouaein to the
ublio that ho has leased tba above named Hoase
for a term of years, h d it thoroughly renovated,
supplied throw boat with entire new furniture, and
ia now ready for the reception of guests, both
transii-nt and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience in the hotel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enabl. him to give perfect sat
ssfaction to all who may fvor him with tbeir pat
nnage. H. REYNOLDS.
N. B. A Saloon and Restaurant is attached to
the Hons; also, extensive Stabling, attended by
Competent and alien ave hostlers. H. R,
, i dselS-dlm . .' . ' ' -
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Foairtla Street, near Mala,
- .Cincinnati: ohio!
BltSEI P. ELIAS, r . Proprietor
T' HIS FOPtTLAR HOUSE, CKHTRALLr Lo
cated and convenient to bnainess, and to all
points of travel, iestne moat diniriable stopping
olaoe for parsons Tuitiag the rit . No pains will
be spared U. make the stay t gucet- plearant in
ver partioe.1.'.'''-' - -J niyis-dsat-
NAKillTd.N
NOTICES. MISCELLANEOUS.
. n n .tin v
,Dr. ttoxtoa'a lobAcca AnUdot
v .Buimn ta .Mim m Dinit ros TaaAODO.
i.fv wotttaou m. a iitmii, ana aw, mi n,iKni j
V- ltpwriii.Dd-nrw-AeillM blaod, UTivwauVUM
.y.itii poMona Krwtt noarisnras wiu nrmiiuniiii
ar. anaiv.s tn, UMaach to digML tbe ocanuM ic
lMfl rrVshln.. f.nd .M.bh.he. toburt health.
mm - far mmm - -J fric Klftv.
box. ' i'oWV. All inuremliut IrtatlM on IH Injnrioo.
,aTcls at loaaoca, with liai a taaltnoai.laf wtifsml,
ac, aalir rasa. AgeuU wanted. AddrcM ,
Da. X. a. Abbott, eiafy vnev ar
T7: . TESTIUONIAXS, - - l i
rVrrnisraa-, TkVimokt. I ncmTynaboz of Bwtea's -AnUdota
from Kt. X 14. Haakon, aijA Snd It a, cf erf-a.
ra y .8. Oarsa OoaaauimairlaaB Co Obla.
Fboh thk TJ. 8. TBiksoar, &frttary'B OJUf. Please
sand anpply of tba AJtnoTC. it MM rcemi hmt domd
iu work soau-T. V. O. I. Euua. I
Faoa New Hxanataa ara Fnio,. Geotlcmaa ef
JaSuaaee here aavfaic beta 44 ef th. nipatna tor tobac
co by oslnc Dr. Burtoo'c Af.iatae, wa dcaira a supply lor
the priMaer T thi. tniit!tinion.X
Joura MiToSkardtiVif K. H. Stat. Prison.
A Bawkbb's TaSTtar. DrRar1oaa Aatldote ftw
Tobacco hOM OAXomptigfuti aR daimaior it. i
W. MiKlrt Mat. BaokXs.w Albany, lad.
A CufaOTaaa'rXisTnfowT. OaaBoa or Aatinota
eared my brother Mn4 myaelt It btkV fails.
Rvr.yw. SnoBUAne, Kellto Etaaea, Pa.
Faoa thk JotAcn Hkadquaktkbs, Lniw, Mass. 7
law fainad Jhirty-lkM pwrnti of JMk 4. O'W eiawt, by
asinr Dr. &trton'e Aatidota, and uU airt fi tobacco k
ramored. Wa. 1m a-rt, Ja.
raoaXira RoTrrmraw Heaa JeoaaAt, BAViaoaa,
Ma Oha box of Barton's Antidote remoceif ail dlrjrclbr
the weed from me. I take nleasore In recomtnendtrte a to
all oar readara. , . T. buna.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Tradtmark X Copyrighted. . .
ITCaatlen I Rewara of Injurious Counter
sits advertised by Humbugs. , .
noT3o-d&w3moa-rNT
Great Bargains in Boots and Shoes
-AT-"',' ' '. .
SHEP&RD dc IIOKIGER'S,
' Ko. 163 Bontb. High Street.
I If ORDER TO REDUCE OUR PRES.
ent atock and make room for NKWSPRINO
GOODd, we will sell, without regard to cost, our
entire stock of
Ladles'. . 4
laisaea asnd -
Cblldren'a Boota sind Sbaea
At prices that cannot fail to suit purchasers. We
bare also a fine assortment of
Bajre' and Youth's Boots aad Shoes,
Which we are telling cheap for cash. '
Gentlemen'e Elsie rencli Call Box
's oed Boota
made to order. aT Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly a d neatly executed.
jaulS-dtf SHEPARD A HOR1GER.
NOTICE.
rrns PARTNERSHIP HERETO.
1 fore eziatlng between the underaicned as prj-
Tate ranKera. unaer tne nrm name ot Aiiuer,
Reinbard a Co., is this day br mutual consent dis-
solTed. Messrs. Reinbard, Feiser and r'alkenhach
hare Durohased the inierest of Thomas Miller in
said partnership ind its business, and will pay the
dents and liabilities tnereoi.
Columbus. Ohio, January 18, 1868.
THOMS. MILLER,
rnn-rl PRKD'K KIESER.
loom JACOB RK1NHARD,
JO.-EPH FALK.ENBACH.
The nnderined harinc tinrchased the interest
of Thomas Miller in the late firm of Miller, Kein-
bard A Co.. private Hankers, will continue tbe
business of the old firm at the same place, under
tne nrm namea nr.i ttrjAKu a ..
Columbus, Ohio. January 18. 1869. .v
JALOH RE1NHARD,
roorrl JOShPH FaLKKNBACH.
janSO-dlw PKED'K FIESER
Agents Wanted $10 a Day.
LLOYD'S
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Of America and Europe, America and
ins inuca statetoi America.
Color d in 4000 Counties.
rnLSE oheat m ps, sow jrrsT
eomoleted. show ererr nlaoe rf imnortanoa.
all Railroads to date, and the latest altera
tions in the Tanous Eur pean Kta'es. These
Maps are needed in every School and family in tbe
land they occupy the araoe.of oue Map, and by
means o Ube Reverser, either side can be thrown
front, and any part brought level to tbe eye. Coun
ty Rights and laige discount given to good Agents.
Apply lor circulars, terms ana sample Maps, to
LLOYD'S MAP ttu BEAU. .
decU-dawlm-r 23 Cor Hand c St.. N. X.
25,000 ; KEWAKD !
. . ..- - WILL BE PAID BT
PROF. H. EMRICH,
. At the Coxville Soap aud Oil Works.
in sort isioeirp.
To snyonewbohasusedtheWATFR PKOOFOIL
?LACKIN(r.anddon'tsayITlSTaoi BEST IN
HE WORLD. :
He refers to Got. Hayes, J. H. Klippart. Judge
Pugh.D. Searles.at Hayden's Rolling Mill; C. S.
Glenn. Seoretarv County A aricultural Society:
Fred. Feiser. of the Waetbole: Spivins, uf the
Htatesman; J, O'rJ Kenmok, tbe Old Virginia
Fox Hunter, and thoutandBof others of the oiti
aens of Columbus. ianlt dlw
Sherift's Sale.
Wm. H. Dunniek) ' Court of Common Pleas
Ta , . of
' Maria Ivy. '") Franklin county.
T) Y VIRTUE OP AN EXECUTION IN MT
X hands in the ahoTe stated ease from said court
to me dirrored, I will oiler for sale at tne door of
tne lion, t House, in the oity ot Columbus, on
Thursday, the 2Sth dav of January, A. D.
1869.
at lo oVloek A. M., a lot of household furniture.
consisting oi one bureau, toree bedsteadts anil Dea
ding, two rocking cbairs. cane seat and wood chairs.
Oirhes. stan la, stove and tnrnitnre, table, one large
mirror, clock, carpet, lounge, curtains, Ac, taken
aa the property of Maria Ivy. to satiefv said exe
cution. . . 6. U11M,
Coroner, acting as Sheriff.
Printer's fees $515 janlS-dtd
Tbe OresU Medicine flr the Skin, caret
without fit 11, every Icln4 or sus , .
sightly- e rapt I on mt the faee
or ltrhlna9 Irrltsttlna, or
dletresalna cntsneooi v ,
' disease on any part
or the person. "
Ji hnt nearly ntUved me of tit mortlfytng tmp
Hon, and I am now looking qnite like a miM," writes
CbsrltM E. Noble. General Agent of Mich.Ceotral
B. K., 173 Broadway, N.Jf. ...
We ftntt a an invatttabte rtmerly for Tetter. ete.tn
writ Higley Bros., lruggisU, Fairfield, Iowa.
I hnve tried yonr rainoU remedy for Barber' 9
itch with (Treat tmeces. writes C. w. Damon t, of
Leonuastur, Uass.
Bend for circular. Price, 75 cts. and SI. 00.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
36 West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, 0
. For sale by Druggists generally,
septal deodiwly
FURNITURE.
MlCailL BALK.
O.
CHAR1.K8 0. BELLOWS,
r. L- BUTLKB.
IIAUI, BELLOW!! A; Ill'XI.ER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Klea. 216 otitis Son tb Uisxls Mt..
COCUMBCS. OHIO.
(Ihttr txtentiv Manufactory it at thi Toot oj
1 StutA itrett, on th Carnal,
Their business tra' sections, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, OININGR00M, HALL,' AND
- KITCHEN FURNITURE-, -,
Of all classes and every design ef superior work
mansaip- and finish. - Also, Cane-beat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and RetaiL.
febff-decdlv
- GROCERS.
mi MILES: &;iALDS
m. 134 & iaa SOUTH HIGH STREET-
.i'i-'.-GBOOE!MW,'i,:'"
nSOPRlETORS ' COLITfflltTJat PnW
17 Ur K M AG A ZI MB. and agents for the sale of
Uaaard Powder Company a Powder. Agents for
he sale of
- GARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S
Celebrated Sugar Cured Ilanitt,
'' and dealers in
FOKEIGJT, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES
in all their varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Ciaare.eM. - iull-eodlv
COMMSSION,
WM. MONYPENY,:
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT, t.
" DIALIg IK - "
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
. FLOTJRi : WHItataT, Ac. , .
1 s- The Bigbeat Prises Paid at all times for
Corn, Wheat Oau Uarley etc.. eto.
1 F;7tV v. irr .
Near Weet En ef Nstt'a Bead Brlsta;
. .. t,LUMDJb, OMV.
feblS-deodlv --" - "' '; s
: WHOLESALE , GROCERS.
ay, B. BBOOSS. ALU. HOCBTOW; WBI. . UN
J. & W...B. BBOOKM,
T Car. Rich aVHIfh Sle., Colnmbo ' T '
Wholesale 'Grocers,
. , . .- " . PT.ALI118 ljt ' '
BEW 0BIJSAH8 SCCABS A KB UiAi
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Bpices.T j'kefl",
m XjuXOTJOJarlia. sjtooe'.'i.w'
feboVlj i i . Mr, '
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO
a'ttaqr-i-T
,.,riT "HO ..7,i.' a-
15x12:
.' I! -
IBw!J
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
.Three TralasLsavsCelsnbus (TJaleai
.. ",im,'i MrmMiy, (euaaais txcepieei.j
Pal ti more at ga A. M.; Washington City at 6:10
I IttO A. M. LIGHTNING KXPRES3 irriving
at Zanesville at 17 P. M : Bellaire at 5:10 P. M ;
oai ttmore at ii:ui a- ml.; n asnington City at am
P. M.
. 2:i6 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
Tille at :5fi P. M.: Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.; Baltimore
at 4AS P. Jl.; W ashington City at Sao P. M. .
Close eonneotiens mads at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Tork.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities hare the privilege of ...
Visiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS OJT ALL NTGBT
TRAINS.
Aalc forTICKETS wis BELLAIRE
JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROW N. GenM Vaenaer Agt.
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS TOTEDJOR BIKDKG.
HAVE YOU
ANY ROOKS, RIAGIZI1E8, SHEET
MUSIC. Ac.. Ac that you wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tbe city by giving notice through poitcffice, or at
the . r
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
One of the largest and beat appointed Binderies in
the State. . .
Biomi 34, se. 39 Kerala High' Mreet,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
Steam Printing Offices.)
BLANK HOOKS!
BLtriK BOOKS!! '
BLANK BOOKS!!
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to tha lowest, printed It desired, rule-1 and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders frim CVunty Officers, Banks, Merchanta.
and all Officers requiring HOfKhlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention.
X our patronage respectfully solicited.
If. W. aLfcaF A TOR, :
'Mt3-deodem ' ' ' Proprietor.
SIE8ERT & LILLE Y.
Blank Book Masnfactnrers.
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
. ' . n ' II "- '
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
' MLANK ; HOOKS
of every description, with or without printed Head-
lags, for
COUKTT OFFICERS, WIRCHANTg, WANrf ra.CTTJBXW,
BAMKIKB, BAILBOAD COsiraNlgg. 0.
.,- H - !
' aa" Full seta of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction. '
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING.
aprll eouly
C0LVMBV8. OHIO. '
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. ;& L, LESQUEREUX
I' ' IUFORTERS AKD DF.ALEKB IH '
W A TO HE S ,
CLOCKS, ' - ' '- ' '
, BILTEBaad .
PLATED WARE.
CANES, SPECTACLES,
" CGTLEBT, -.
' " GOLD PE!f S '
POCKET-BOOKS and
, ; ' OPERA GLASSES
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setb Thomas) and Watertxtiy CtocAa
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
for the
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPART.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (Prenoh and Geneva) in full supply at
- - low rates.
AaT All orders promptly filled aad satisfaction
guaranteed. p, a. A L LESQUEREUX.
fet14-eodly No. 71 South Hih at., Columbus.
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOB T H. E H Al Tt .
Improved !
It Is sa elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully. '
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. -
It forces tbe Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Aga.
It restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color. -: u-
It brings out Hair on heads that nave been bald for
.1.
years.
t Is composed entirely of simple and purely reget-
. . j l . - f '
. ,. , .i, . , , We substances. . ; , .hi. i
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of Its excellence, many ' which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name hlewa
in the glass), br Druggistsnd Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle.. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
SchielfelinA Co.. New Tork. t80anrr-eht7-dly
v: BANKERS.
P. W, HUNTINGTON ; & . CO
BANKERS, Corner Broad & High Sta;
j ' COLUMBUS; OHIO. -l
i febevdly -,; " ' ""' ' " 1 "' "' ' " '
' '' .1.': ' ili..:. ..
' , ' '' . . - , .. -. 'L 1 . ; r"?
y. HATDIS. . iOB. HlTTHSO. .1 V.aV. ATDSK.
i H1TDEN, BpTCnESON & CC, ;
j 1 i J-'tnl 'tit ! ' ' ' 'ji' j '-'':
' HO. IS S. HIGH STREET,
lanM-dlv-r '
.a-'-"! .1
CalaaaaathO.
: J ill.
T. ALLEN,
WILL CON Time at THE COAL AtU -Jl
NK.-S at his present sUnd. . (.,;(
' No. 135 erlJIJg .iriil,' Ji11
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE a V
HOCKING COAL, whloh he is prepared t seU
the lowest ssarket-price... i . .,
Special attention paid to Shipping,
myW-eodly
' " COAT r'' ' "
Agent.n
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS CHICAGO
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
,S' .'O
W -H ' ' '
Jo .-. v . --! -
rhe Shortest BeeteWest kaXltangsTef Ca.S8
J n Chicaga. ateokak anJ lir-tjtUrlp
""" .Tfoiluia
f ODaJ TBAI3 DAtLt leare TJaiou liat
lumbus, ohsnd after NoT.4?, lasg.Xr
'follows: Jsl.t -i-
8. A A A. M. TOMtfTj AND DETROIT XX
:UU PHES& SundaTs eaoepted) AnivL
at Mil ford :1T a m. Urbana 10:10 a m. Bellefontaine
15 p m. Sandusky :00 p tn, Piqua 11:1 a m. Ta
ledaS-Mpm. Detroit lOaWpm.
This train is n expressly for -Toledo and D
troitb sines, arriringat toth places 3 Ileal r
heatl of any other route. -.. ,
1.1K F- M. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPRES8
lalt (Mondays excepted). Arrives at Bradiord
Junetion40 p m. Richirond 6 .-06 n m. Indianapo
lis 8 SO p m, Logansport 1000 p m, Cbietgo 80 a nt
Peoria ss a m. tia esburs S.OO a m, Burlington
Iowa, HtOS a m. Keokuk 130 p m.Qnincv a m
Louiville3:30 a m. Terre Haute Ili57 p m, Mattooa
MS a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 4.-07 a tn. AltoaSMla
m. St Louis :15 a m, Lafayette lS.-oO mid, Spring
field, Ills .7: 0 a m.
Passengera bv tbis train reach St. Louis the nest
morning hear, wlieael and for points west
of 'St. Ini-.nd Keokuk one train in advance
all other routes.' . , ,
IS'lM) n!?iSHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS KX
0yi. fBtSS (Sundays excepted). Arrives at
Piqu; 93 p m. 1 oledo 60 a m. uetroit 8:10 a m.
Bradford Junction 0:30 p m, Loanspflrt JiOam
C bioago 8.- 0 a m, i nd lanapol is Sd6 a m, Terre Baute
030 a m. 41 a I toon 9:15 a m, Pana 110 a m. Alton
3 (10 p m, St. Louis 4,08 p n. Lafarette 75 a na.
Springfield. llls.,4rtS p-gs. Quiney HMIp m. Keo
kuk 10 am. Louisville 8v a m. Nashvilla
m. Memphis 100 a m. "
" ti Sleeping cars run in this train from Colored
bus tn Chicago and St. Louis without change. Thia
is decidedly the tet train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and a-rives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
bears ahead and makes direct connections for
all points Went and South one train ia advance of
any other roate.
lO.i ft A. M. RIGHT EXPRESS. Daily Tie.
LaWeXV Indianapolis (Mondays excepted). Tie
Logansport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:1S a
m. Logansport OHO a m. Chicago lr35 p m. Peoria
5:35 pm, Keokuk 10:45 pm, lndianaiKli 830 S m,
Terre Haute 1S:15 p m.Kvanaville 1-M pnf. siattooa
3:16 pm. Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa50 pm, Alton 90 p
m. r-t. Louia K:i5 p m. Idtfayette 3:10 p m. Loois
vi le 50 p m. Nashville S.-OOa m. Uempaia4:l&pm.
Passeng'rs by ti.is train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicago hours ahead of
any other route.
STATE BOOM SLEEPING CARS
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
JaT" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis.
7" Tickets for sale at Union and Plqn Depots.'
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Tioket
Offices. ...
F. CHANDLER. GenT Ticket igent.
J- M- LUNT. General Xaperiateed'nt. f
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
3sJv kcx-savlzkas Tillyp -a
EXCEPT SUNDAY. V. .-but
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tha
LUU Miami & Colambnw St Xeatla.
Raillroada. 1 :
SIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at UA
A.M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington, Gilead. '
Gallon, Crestline, Shelby, Sbiloh. Sew Londeaw
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land al4 A. M., New York 7:00 A.M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
KO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 8:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thia
train starts from the Freight Yard. 1 1
NEW YORK EXPRKSS-Leaves Colambua at
11:10 A. M. V ill stop at DelawarevAshley.Carding
ton, (ialion, Crestline. Shelby. Mew London, Wei-'
ling too. Graf ton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3f P. M ..New York next day at 3:30 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves ColambuaatlrfL
P. M. Will stop at Watthugton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to (Shelby and Shiluh.
New London, Wellington, GTaftonand Berea. Ar
rives Cleveland at P. M..Mew York l:A P.kUj
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chioago. by tak
in this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline ate
:00 P.M.. arrive in Port Wayne at UM P.. H4
Ch eago at 0:00 A . M.. being in ad vanee of all oth-J
er rout-a. have ample time for breakfast, as iakeg
the earliest train for the West
SPRlfXUPlELD ACCOM M0DAT105 VII DSfc-
AWAKE Leaves Col ambus at 1:30 Pi H. . Witt,
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring-"
field, arrivins at Delaware at 3M P. M SprinrfieU
fiO P. M. This train leaves Springfield ats00 A.
M, arrives ati)alawaraat 034 A ColgiaWas J
10.40 A.M. , ,. . m,FW '
Peat-eat SIepasr Can sjrsy'raia ejsmsalA
j Hi(h IValas Cfalstavsra. ,.,
ii-'' Wow fork aad , ,'
tii it.-, i - Boaioat. to o:. tl a V , j
fj ,- no in tiitx ion
- Baggage checked itifuugli tnr New Tor an
Boston, via Clereland t alaa, W Philadelphia; aa
New York, via Crestline.
' . u T . RETUBTONGr ' ; "hi
Nifht ExpreaarrivesatColumbBSatl:SA. M. .
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus alt?
P. -at.-. - .t !' ..;- ' y,lj Itf
Mail Train arrives at Columbas at iS P.M. . ,
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbus
at 10:41 A. M. ;.i!..- -i .1 ... o:l nnn
Fare aa lew aa y an? Other Beats) 7
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Clereland. ,
.. . SVSJXIMT. '
Superintendent, Clereland. Ohio.,
i ' . . . JAMKS P4TTERS0N, '
Columbus. If or SS, 1808. "
iii ) ' iHn.T
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
On an after' MONDAY. Not.; x3j; JWs. F0U R '
. TRAINS DAILY win leave Columbas '' o
fob curcnrvATi, touis tiixb, Cairo, st.
10018, DAYTON, RICHMOND, nr. i
' ' DIAHAPOLIS A CHICAGO,. ' ;""
Withou change of oars to DAY TON and focH"
MOND, and only ens change of cars to IN -,
DIAN APOLIS and CHICAGO.
" Connections are reliable si follows a 1 ' '
:' " FIRST "TRAIN (Daily)." ' ' '
Leares at t A. M. for Cincinnati, Cirelerille
Laneater,Hillsboro and Chillioothe; (tops at Lou- '
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelaad, arriving a -
Cincinnati at 70 am. ,
...... , ... V -so L..IH . w
, SECOND TRAIN. - , -;
. . . , , , (Daily except SnndaysJ j, , . ,
Leaves at 6:00 A. M. for Cincinnati,. Dayton -.
Riobmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at f
' West Jefferson, London. Soath Chariestoa, Slma. "
' CedarvillCpXenia, Spring Yalley, Corwin, Morrow '
South. Lebanon, Fosters,' Lovelan.i.ialilfora.ar
i riving at Cine one ti at aOdt A. M., eonneetinsr
with the MaUBoata.. , , :o ,,,, ; ., 7
- THIRD .TRAIN. - ... J;,.i ,
i... -i (Daily except S'-inflays.) yA. .
leaves at 1:45 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aad .
Sprirgficld.Tia Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati at
AO P. Ji.i.:' n. t, i-i-ifc . i:ei .
' -a-? -J e..-. FOURTH TRAIN. '.
. ;: -. j:!J'J Daily except Sunday. 't-'i-.tta:.
Leaves at 6- P. M. .for Cincinnati.' Dayton and u
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton. West
Jefferson,-London 'South Charleston, 8elma
. Ce arville. Xenia. Marrow end Lovelaaa. ami ar
riving at Cincinnati! 100 p. M.
. . 1 . .1 j': . ..itM ! ii VU.
Sleeplns; Care sa sUl Jtisjat Trails,
.'Ill' ' !' i - . '''" 0Ar-J
. HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent, .
- o - W.U.H.SIUNN. Agent. " 1 ' "
JOHN DUBAND.'i .M. i:- !;-u- i:tenjl It ?;
w?T.VbunwI----- V--.
z - Gei.lTUketAa'tJ- -:..-:i jsIO ,. .0 ll t,dt
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
-:' " : PAW BAN OLE kOL-Tsi -sVAU. .3
'-:.;i.ll .'. , 4. " i' -a. la .llU'I .A
On and attar Dae. JHh. T'r. inal.a. ttt .
follows:.
Leare,i 5. T. Express.- a-" :y.st LWT
(TolnmhsaVUAtiCA. Mj VP,f . -11S A- M,
Newark. V...4:S6 A.M. OSS P. JJ. , tQ P.H.-x
Staubenrille. . V;6 A.' M. "0.-4S P.H."" SJoHaK
' Arrive at o nioC
Pittsburgh ....It OO Mi A; M. 7S0P.M.
namoirj..ius) f,at,ierjrSiAJi:
PbiladelpKia.. i. M. 4:10 P. M. o ATMi .
New Yerluw, S:1S A. M.' !00 P. V.ikfl
Baltimore SJOA.iV. iOP.M.,,, 30 A. M
Washington... S:IS A.-M. ' 1O IO P:M, ' 36 PVM
DoBtoa.......'.TSAOP. M.,..aaWA'.atJ!sida PI u
On the r aat Line the celebrated "Silver Palace
day aad niaht ears are raa throwah fma Ceruaba 3
to Philadelphia and New York without ehanga. .
AW Paeeeiirers brthetHiaA. M. Sunday tM
arrive in Na York at S o'clock Monday morainJV
ga advantage naTer before ofierod. r
t 1 ,j:i 1 1 "I il '. talalitfcRi,ul".7
W.J W.CARD. BuptriiruSdert 8teuWiile;b
fiiunelO-dly . ,., , ? , "7,T. .,
X Jil kill !!
Aw- PHILOKOIHY OF MARRIAGE,
A- W.
ApTBkMi as delivered ah the Aaag
iq of Anatomy, embracing the sub- .
tn Ilea ana mh.k i. ;-. .Tv.l iL
York Museum
leota 1 j new
Yl.lnrtt. ,.J I11A A... B. I a I ' "1. .
d: Tbeeauce of indigestion, natoler.ee and Ner.
Tons diseaAea accounted for; Marriage pi.lloaopb.
ically considered. Ac. , , -
pocket Tolamea contkining these rectore" wilt be
forwarded te partie unable to attend, on reeeirtef 0
four stamps; by addressing 8ECRETAKY. Niw
York Vngirg or An Along in eirm; m ,i
BaoADWAT Nyw loss. TKT-febaa-dly

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