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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
.howiaf tfeTuvalandf deTJeaWeofnraln CC
wmbus, Oh!&TOn and attar Morulay.. Nov, 334"
!i,:JraiM:wWJsn,aflloWBt t - - '
1t1u4, palmkmi Cin'U . Hi !
-rt. Y. A Wrtern Express.. las A.M. 1:35A.M'
I Haw YeraBwres...., 11:10 A. M. l:Mp, M.
Mail and xpree 80 P. M. r P. M.
BprlngfieU Aooom.viOal- 144 P. M. 10". A. H.
9vloltio.r,h.-MA.it, IA6P. M.
,rtTki arena, leaves Sunday morning aot Monday.
J, , . .JAMES PATTERSON Agent.,
..,ittlja.tmlClBksJcXBtmfl.af
!'l 1 '''' ' ',"i-i 'Mat. ami
Fight Express...... ......... in A. MV 10 A. M
ct,lineinaa.i Aeee-nmodaUea. 30 A. M. ; 9:36 P.M.
1 apraae.. a. J 1:44 P.M. ll:t A. M.
lJBproBJ.J.AWiwiiivw..?8 P. P.M
J nit-t OT Hi-it'. W.H.U. Saws, Aa-ant. i
Baltlaaera A- Oki Railroad, CtrI
;..j-ii'.ii.ht , .j
'fight xr...... A. Jlw7.:l A. i
"ttdlaaaawaa Clc and laaUnnia, Cnf
.i "it ii - .'..'
iuiTil
'fMI U IB BVj.
Xay tja.,,.,..r.... 130 r AV- 110 A. M,
J 5brwi.V. : A. M, ' ' ' ISflO Hid'l
-l iii.f A. M. P. M
luUudJSipcw r. m. ji r. m
iJ ork ixprM ran daily, All otbar Win
Ma daily, mm Sunday. , 1
- Iaiwa AMoauawdadoa ataitt frao ftaich
,-t M S 'liiir r il Lint i . : i . 1
i'J l't t; J.BATB, i.il A-OBTS4
l-aaeaitOt aotDodatiaa. 7:4 A, H. 10:13 A. Mj
anr..r.c..!rri ..... 5 F. iL 58 P. 12
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
iitrnThrasT" toon.
r A. M.' Pa AV .!. . X
v.
.(oatatrut. Tia Ft, W. ,
ISO ' ttM
,ffif r ...4
frh ;. c. p. At. c.
5't. A W.it.R"..J....'i.. II
ZaiMtrilla A Wkaaling. 4!DtTM
JQ, Wr.k.i.....f i l. .3AiO ,Ta . ..-
ClroteVilla, ChlUiMUM 1- l i
lvi'oaMinH.ii w ..Mi '.j.. JK
anoaiiw. Uh vAj0. tdd
Borth Colambu aadClla- r.!!ir;:
toaruia.
Wahimrt
a-'twimrgi
iraa Mondan Wad-1 ' .'.J
' 4ar and Hatordart.-r.1--
.nWTueaartTtliBradaj UX. f ... . , 4
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. A Lady in the Wrong Bath.
A newlf knarried' fjoupTe feeetitly' ar
jrWf d,ii New Qrleari',. tladed and, Tired,
they would each have a bath before re
tiring. The-f found th baths-in their
btel so situated that i Isdy and gentle
,peB (espacially .wen the ladyt ia the
gentfeman'a wife) can take their baths
4tt kdntBgparttaMtaLBbi nnfortu-j
lately ft rthe hajJpinesa of onr ' couple,!
batba Jit th same time, were ordered for;
other guests who had just arrived, and
ly 'tha taoet vatoral wvistake ih the world
WbrioV'tftfifito ths ribbk batlut V
liwaa in that;tooment ipf Burehie en
joysBtHitt when the warm, genial water
was oMriettirig with tha "heaufiful form t
when1, like the maiden on the' banks tf
the
Is
Tioor
pmmwl iaae-un entered., ifju si
e' OCaxturaa the lady Screamed indeed
id she.' ' "Such- a' siieceesion 1 f ' shrieks I
"hvrarelyJechoedthou'gb,'ttai
ljmberless-aa may have ben iU ejfl
prieae ki acreams. w,!(a- ;n m -U) i
'iOb, tnstr'i "fori God sak T quiet t
ralarm U. ffity
o. frOt rj ' I W.
shrieks waxed more loud and, piercing
d& tb atigry littld hands beat thw'wa
ter Jffpnbi be-nto. i lbaiQtn cAacailei
like ti ipiqiatar Niagara j k ..".Vit ' .
CI'Df thia tii tha)-. whole iheiisc 'was
tTarirred;, and ths patter -of WirTiirig leet
fit beardl thrbuhr all thsiorridprg'a
nan couldn't get but "because he was not
dressed. w Hg ylofnj'remaw Iwcanse it
was immodee j'.The husband, , by, this
- tdmw'wss ; thnndering at . Ui rJooni and
brweavij iR f inlz'.ii y Aif-VY.lW
1'jThB-borHfied hrjaband heard la replyt
"Wit. till I get m j clothes on and I'll
. He could end are no store, out bursting
p-the-r door, irhsbeV like sr-demon into!
the room, erying .frantically" :foP "Maryj ;
Mary Tw My vGod,. wbaty the, matter I"
But at the same time-ms eyes ngntea
on thoitrager,'ttirnhig madly In inef
feofoal efforts to resama his apparel. 'On
him be seized, and, with hia 'fiat raiadi
demanded themeaning it this intrusion.
It was afforded ir! a trembling . tone,
which disclosed bis Sense of the peril;
""-Thr lady '' has got into", the wrong
bath; he jwas not aware of ier presence
until Jte- wndreeaed; he: meant so offense.
For mercy-'sake let him 'Out 1 ' ;
. The' "exptaiation, ptored BatlsfactorV,
the nnfertuptsr straogee .fledv-and- the
bride waa left to ;tho eonsolatloa of her
lord. -
-
Ganges, the trndewas admiring the
relinesa VHtf wW Tefldcterl,"tBat.the
was pusnea genny open, anas tau.
ItiA uina' ir) uccenta lar firoori ealm
- Help tie! help mel ecrMmed ioe
Walking in the Old World.
o5n:cfeasingiion'fr 'Valking j
BAaUflnrS Jjaa BA-SCBOOia uio f,ftu ti uinif
fcind Through! nuaiher of Recassron
tiers the Wowadk; tribes -'of Central
Afriea-ntfcParis, ,They- faraurpaaa ahyi
thing done by bur .raee,,, TtvheB they )
oarry government tiiepatohea, they (ran
for days without sleep. . In order "to
keep tLe' chert fVee.Bery'sefz'e-IPlth both ;
bandsihea oa stick.i .which they !
place boruontally ehind - lheir. neck. ;
Their stock of provisions consists of a few
dozen dates, and their whole costume of a '
ilir of 4renser "perhaps they also earry ;
. .( .r aanrlala. which tbev. out on
when the,-eao4 'o( 4he ;ieaert.!beoome8
too hot to bear: .' On the way. they lose
as little time as possible.- When they are
tut 6tvbr3i.lf theyHtbrj.'Jbonht.'up' to
ixtyt' ' Jnsbaiibos, ' and continue, the,
taraeywey sleep, only . two . or three
inrs Mt of- the twenty Jour, and in or
iSet'Tiot Mr-oversleep tbemaeWea, they tie
A-TPP date hark : tq thk foot and set
it on fire.' They know exactly bow long
it will barn, and- when it reaches the
foot the painaaksathem juap npi and
off-ibrf go onoe more on their srraad.r
TV'P ' - 1 ' f- -' ' "' ''
"Greasing His Turtles."
!TlePhiladelphIa"PreM tells the foP
lowVPgt Varymu'!'n? S-Cines. cccnrjeyery
nowdenin ajd boqt a newspaper
ffloWTe fally- undarsUael and p)
ciate tke face ofLbe foilowiog the reader
abould JuioWrthat in every office, where
a TT ft s ureas is used thetypo is "made
known M nurtli,"-re tnade of cast
Iroo, abo. are . lew. ., w
the' .-furtlef' i cenditionit is Bece.
aarv that they be greased each morning
ttk oili the. pest being cohsidered tbo
Iesry',The:other day the stock of oil
bavin been Allowed to, :U'Jni'otf ' r
bU8tedWrgbA yontnwM wnt from
the office of the Press to UUfm,K
I to lry- 1
rr a bottla of the
best olivetoiKl Th gfftcer bfhgf-M
inquirine: turn 7)1' faind, thtollowfng
tftAyjgrsstion occqtredf j ; s . t
lAittJsir-"WelF, iff w Wlt 3o :'jp)
waik tiie'oil for?" iBoy "To grease tie
backs of out. turtles with, nir." Ofocei-
I fggtAniBtinr ' To 6TaA,voap turtles"
T .rr . - . .
J3dy-'Yesil slf. v' always .o tnar
iwtfh TtiAra mtrfv marmn?. 1 .-aiib vuulo
UeRlei-gi'cfcBii' considerably mystified
greased.; r -iif n s-; i .; ?
' Qn anpthef occasion vtbe sarotf speci
men "of young America was sent to
AdamaVf pree ffiee ta inquire .if they
could forward to ssew lorn tbat day a
lot of turtles. The gentleman in charge
asted lftm how Yhanr be - had. "Boy
"Eight, ir." Utleafti-"Jtlow much
dOjthey weigh, sonnyl'.VmBoy "Well, I
guess , about - thee hundred . pounds
apiece." Gentleman "How much- did
yon . say."' Boy Thfee hundred
pounds.' Gentleman "Great - tbr-
tnne ! where did Mrougetf such big tur
tles"?" 01
"
"Ponch" gives tKe following scena at a
coal dealer's: Girl--Pleaae, sir, mother
says what is cak now 1 ..Retail Vender
Qne and five pence a , hundred, . Girl
O. how dear, t The last was only one
and two pince. Retail "Vender Very
trnhlit yorf trnftt kfi6w that. "dials is
glad; she said the last was all ashes.' T
LIST OF LETTERS.
LIST OF LETTERS. Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Post-office
January 27, 1869.
Adam Linla C Arnold " r?
AHron John HAraold Li
HArnold Luor Amber h S '
AH(otiUlplt UArkia garriett
I 1 M S
rBatternetd
WJ.iV AlliartDnail R
.-IT,-1--
HnllUarissa radlerCO Bicelow C
Beaumont Dora Bouser Edward Bryaon iln E II
Bauett Gilbert ByerJ 8 BurekhartJM
Boman Jotiah Bartlett JohnwmBalenelder MnM
Kiekel Mary A Blanehird Bieh'dBurt Mrs Sarah
Barnett MinS Behb Min SarahKronks Walter
Barney W U , Badow Will U Brown Wm
Brown B B.tV rrrv -r-r4r j, - 5 r ri
CodrMraBridgat CrawfordMlaaO Case Mrs O
!oun Miss Ella CoblerMisaL Cain Geo
ColemanMrsGM Conrad Henry CockerileJO
Caaael Jos r "UantmeryJohnROunningbam i
Campbell atrsl Campbell MiaaM Clark Mika (
CunninghamMrs Curtia Robert Chorpenlng Mrs .
Nancy Cannon Thoa Sarah A
Capta W T OarmicbaelWm Colios Wesley
1
Davis Mrs Kata Doogan Mrs B - Davia-Mrr g A -
Dunlevy E N - Doty K M LDolsnn Mist F S
Ik u- i T 1 : rk Y I , kJ : T
l)ayi Frank
DolnonDrJ Uumran Min J
Do man J H
DaanJoba Dodae John W
Dam Idiu at
Dorian Atiu Id Ueemi '1'hoa
E
Iraoi Edward Erani E A
Elliot Jannia Erea.nl J H
Eheb Chai
Elliot Hui H
r ' F Jo J
Pltnbaugh U Fletcher P
Forwood J Freend J J
Friend Miea L S Fuller Mra M
Fogle T 8 Field! Uin Z
Kaloh A 8
Fry Jaoob 1
Kieber John
Ford Jdn 8 E
W-rffitrrChaiJf Oilman E 3 - IwDTraw
iwdtl Edter
Uaxer K B Woodman IT urora a
UoulincDrJ OardnarJ ' GrosaJHS
Goodman J Geter Dr Joa L Grant Mia 1 -
Grares Robt Giddingi W P Gaorga WiU M3
Goddard WmUri
rt.aVf-lral J fsM. fc Jt LT'T WeAllngaMa
Naagart I) t 'Bildebnrad Di rinmmoni MinE
Beaton K R Hill E W HenryEnock
Hubbard Frad A Henry PR S) Haniaon P U
Harcaurt Henry HudaonHT Hartman Henry
Hall H - HoltH HaTU Jdita BeU
Howell Itaao ' Heilmann J H Haoderaon J
ifarpham John - Hutokiai JoHaSHonerty JoknTL
Holiin John Hudaon L H Hammond M W
HanananP Hendaraon PreatHailatalk Robt
Hardy IdiHrKRcs) Harria Misa 8 J Hopman Tboa
Hannara W W Hiflini Maria
. CS 3 O 'J. ?. O O XX
" . lDglea John (1)
-JJ
.Toaanb Geo .
Johnson Herman Jam'aon J B
Jankina Samuel Jooae Nancy
IJonaaJB,' - Joaaa JoboO(t)
JacoVii J J
Jonea Sarah D
Jonaa Idrs L
Kannard Prank
aetymtre jin i urn y w --jri
Knapp Henry K.U( BobtH
ji.iiseaMraaa
JlirkpatrioK wm
tewu oarry j ajjuuu jvot aa ajtuu. . .uiin
ancjobn Lumbla L liind rmaa . Jilif
Lawaen Mn It Lyman Mra P S At aggie
Sf -JA'f ' Jr?aTTA i r.vf .-. c
MW OH'Tx J BaleV lira Kata Warra Mra Etren
Hahonet Mra js Murpney Miaa a, nw Bdnr Ji
Jlaekabea bai JHaynard it
Mathiaa Henry Mickey J A
MarrinJnhn MorriaDrJP Mayan John
Mtlehell Mra M J M umrellerMraPSMonett MiaaRos
ni t in i .ae, c.isii i i r.
KcMneVlfMC ifcOeGro R 'Jh?rrAn" J Mlh
MeNarow Mike SeMumbarS JdeGiUN .
UoClintiek Wm
NiconaDottie Kay, Geo 4 HewlandMiasHM
f"llt l) Jl,f1 ti t-T.TJI'Ml iait lv: ii.
ewabiMriE-ool'-OsIar J W - -
i-io ,,J viiiti !.-! w l'i"ri v1
Ondanpb John
Pinft Chaat-7 Park UIW f: ,i Pfadatar Edcar 1
rraaeott r ruraeu aiiae c retera r rank
Patton O S Paraona Geo W Pyle M H
PliMner Henry Pine J no Penny Jud
fyio w Jl r ejtoa was
MfflflKfft (IE
RoaoMraCE '
Riehardaon J S
Roberta Mica J
Reea Mra Mary
Ramsey W M.
RobinonMisC Roas Miaa Elii'th
Rina Jacob Kickard J J
Ruaaell Jno Raaner Miss L
RomiokMiaaM. Mitingoy Thoa
Soo tt C M
Sharp Mrs 0
Soula Franoia
Htearna Geo
Stewart H P
Hpeee Mra J
Shnaf John
8u
HBoa ktayid ? 8tasna tirm.K C
eeUJTmreUib" Saparaf Ooar
Stine Dr Geo
cent t Mra u
Stout Mtiil HtortJ H
bwarthar Mia L nhippard Mis N
Stone Miaa ME Seboly Miaa M Spencer Mra
SbeaPat Smith Miss H? 6aUh T T i
OU111U AJH A UivUk W A,
9 t " a j'
Thomoson Capt Tininiani Tay David "J
utin ogl .- istiw biviiio a aompion a
Tie
Tool
Tnol
Mra E Tatltr Mra E J Traman Ga v
I Henr S hemae tieusy .Toy H B ?J
aa-4ohI Tn aHsa-1 .. Tnrrarl tf 1
Taylor Mrs M
Tainer O R
Thornton Mrs 8
xr .
Weeks Aaron WheelockAA Weaver Anna
Whitakor-CB-rlaC- 5 - Warner Edwards
Wilson i.iiiv6 ' Webb Ephralni Walking Ellaa
WingMiasFrank Wordllm Geo Whealer G IV
Wood Geo WillsonharrieonWillcox James
Wells J ' Webster James Weaver Mrs L 3
Woodruff Mrs M Walatt Lemuel Wilson Mrs H
Wear Mies Mary Wheeler Miss M.I Wilson Osmao
WaahingtonWm Winebestar WW Walton W O- -
(colored) -, Williams END Wiliam Daniel
Will ama A (7 Williams Hanry Whits Albert -Whitejr.G
niSCELLANEOCS. -
Perry Honsa , ' Alloman A Wilson
Barntt A Hanson Davis A Samuel
Griffin Bros Kaanaid Gnot. Thomas A C9 "1"
Ho A Behler - Hauahton S M A Co
Horr n Wm Jr 4 Co Lewis A Eldridge, Agents
niioneu 11 vo rtpenoer a aodbis
J. WOOD, P. M.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To aU Aom it may eoaosra ;
Citt Ulisk's Offiob.1
- " COLtTMBCS. O..Deo. 31. 1868. ( .
rTntlea Is herebv aiven. tbat nvoeeedlnae have Vmam
Inatituted in tbeCity Couuoil of Columbua,for mak
ing tne touowing improvements,to-wit: .
f or DnildinaadonDle oamaie way ainale anan
bridge at tha oroasing of tha canal on Friend
street.
Also, for grading and paving tha unsaved aide-
walks, setters and orossingt on Young street from
Broad street to ntate street.
. Also, tor building a double row fUg" stone. pave-'
meat across Fair. alley unoa thaaoutb,idanf Chan
el street.
Alao, for building a SO-lnoh bfiok Mwar an (la
street from Fourth strea tajtiftbr ataaea. -
'1 ba aama to ba dona in accordance with plats' and
estimates to be orerjared bv the Cit flivii trn-;--
aer. and filed in the offioo of tba City Clerk.
ah pereous claiming oamagea on acoount of aaid
proposad imp rovementa, are, required to file tbair
claima in the omoe of the Clerk, in writing, on or
oeiora ui xuunu uay 01 reoruarv, a. LI. 1809,
I.. V. Wri a
dacSS-dlUwtw
Paving Notice.
To oUwAont U may Cbaoamr
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1
(Inr.nu mtta. . . n a 1 ana I
linga nave been
Oatumbaa, for
making tha following improvements, to-wit s
Building a double row flag oroasing scroti
ale street, at tha west side of Park street
Also, for building a double row flag crossing
across Park street at tha south side pf fioodale
atraet. .'I .., 1 j. . ..
Also, for paving tha anpaved sidewalks in front
of the south half of inlot No. lis, Heyle's addition.
Tba same to be done In accordance with plats ana
estimate, to ba prepared by tha City Civil Ensi-
All persona. dalming damagaa an accouot of. said
olaimsin theoffloeof tf;a Clerk, in writing, on or
t . r .L 1,1.1 A J t U- k A T . . "
mm hi ,uu.wv wwMvwtB.u.uni,
L. . WILSON1
janlg-dlUwtw ' City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
' To change tha aama of North Public lane.
S bottom 1. Ba it ordained by tha City Council of
tha City or common.., , irai iue name 01 .north
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, A. D.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
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BJ MISCELLANEOUS.
LA. . t siirL,
mm
' nvjiivtr and rnotntTRs VNntATaKr,i? I
A JE14UHtFUl4 IIITR1TI0178 BETKB&B.
APleartirtlnTiB-oratini,ONIO--J-
A Substitute foe AfceJ aad ALCOHOLIC DRINJC8
ABIKKNOTHKJltB FUR XBB DEBILITATED.
' .; ; tEapaoially Nuwina Mothers. :: ',' '' i
' 5'! A certain Sxukdt for Diaordersof tie " I
1BB0AT, CBXST, LUNGS JUTJ STOMACH.
rWbylriglstAa rf; vHAm'u-tt j
a, a. jos,,s-:pedjs;rseh,? s
SX Murray SC., New Tork.
Sble Agent for U.S.-aad British' Prbvinees of BTJl
jan4 aod3m-TT r .,.,.t'i .,t vs -f,I,f j
Great 'Bargains ia 'Boots la Ad' Shoes
SUEPAHD A HORraUH'S,
; Bb.?-f6f Bootn .trMC h4"T
IltRDRR. Te REODCB OTJIt PRES.
ent stock and make room for SEW SPRING
GOODS, we will sell, without reaati Ueet, onr
entire atoek or .
Catdlea. "
- -i ' -IrliaaMtaa'sitMl ' " 3 -'. fT
At - -, Chlldreattsi Boots statd Shoe
At prioea that eannot fail to suit parcbssera. :
haya also a fine assortment of
Bays' and Vontb'a Boota and Skoea
OoBtleimen'a 1'lno French Call Box.
-----'J-oed Boota j
made to order. JKaT, Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly a d neatly axeeuted ;
janlS dtf " 8HEPARD k HOR1GER. I
. Sherifl's Sale. j
,Wp.I.Dunqij) " Coj(t of Cornmon ITfias . i
. Mario'lvyi H i Pranklin oont. : 'J
BY VIRTUE! OF AN! EXKUUTION If MT
hands in the above stated rase from said court
to me direoted, I will offer for sale at the door of
tha Uomt House, in the city of Columbus, on i
Thursday, the 2Stb da? of January, A. IX
- . 1869, I
at 10 o'clock A. M., a lot of household furniture,
eonaiatingof one bureau, three bedsteads and bed
dine, two rocking- chairs, cane seat and wood chairs.
di;haavatan is. stove and furniture, table, one large
mirror, clock, carpet, hnrnare. eurtaina. Ae.. taken
aa the propertr of Maria Ivy, to satisfy said exe.
option. E. GAVER,
Coroner, noting as Sheriff.
Printer's fees $5.TS janlS-dtd
1 Valuable Re8i(lonce foi Sale.1
OITtATED OI
IIKOADWAT, BE.
teen Hiirh and Third atraeta. aontaininv
rwemy rooms, oetn nonse.witi not ana com wa
ter. Also, improved range and furnace. Posses
ion given April 1st.
r or prioe ana terms, apply at tnis omoe.
iaoT-dtf
DR. H. C. HELMICK
' Gives special attention to all Difeaaes'of (he - J
Throat & Lungs.
AXD DIBIASSS Of
A,W
OrFICE No. 155 Hortb Hlgn Street,
janlS-eodlyl COLUMBUS, OHIO.
SALOON! a
.SALOON
HEREWITH INFORH-M t R1ENDS AWD
ND!
a. acquaintances that 1 have left the Salopn of
Mr. George '-hmidt on South High street, and
have rented tha Saloon of Mr. Valentine Hetti
sheimer. on 1 rout street, where my old customers
will hereafter always find a good glass of lager
beer. Aa.. Ao.. As.. '.:iL JOHN FRECH.
janlS-dStawlm
EMOLLIENTCREAM. J
THIS DtIC HTJ O L.AID ELEOan X
preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so man flattering commendations from
those who used it. induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the bast probeetoi of the skin
agaioatthe inclemency of tha Winter season. It
not ooty lmparta 10 tne earn a aenoate iresonesfl
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and "preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Bands, Face, Lips, or Roughness of the rkin.
11 has no equal, while its soothing qualities and
delightful fragranoe render it a neoeasary appenu-
age to tha toilet, ftcpared only, br MAKrLE A
-RlTSOfrt -ispeaelrg Chemists, lot Soath High
-'-a
.
Itlaatie Great Western Hallway
;l-jir n y.-)t
' i.'nl in ;mi. :;!;
8scbtabt's Offiok. No. 40 Bboapwat.I :
New YosK,S8th Deo.. 1888. j
XTOTICE IS HEKUBt blTDN 111 AX
XI a Special Moetinaof tha tockbelders of the)
A'lantio ana ureat vr esters itaiiway 'Company,
114 be held at tha general Umoca of aba Company,
caw urcaaways m tne cqty aao estate or a
BTJmvwmy ru lud vjj ma t oimvm 01 atv
ork. at it o'elbck.'noon. on atnrdar. the 30th dav
of January next, to consider an i aoDrovaof. or re-
ieot. certain oontracta entered into with the Erie
Railway Company, and tba Columbua, Chicago,
and Indiana Central Kailwav Comnanv. and for
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V . PosrOrrioi Dkpabtiisnt,
1 -.. ; -WtuKjtgtoK, January. 1889.
PROPOSALS will be received at tha Contraat
OBioe of this aiepartmaat-aniU 3 p. m. of Maron
31. 186, for eaoveyinc the mails of the United
State, from July 1,1869. tv June 80, 1873, in the
Stat of Ohio, on the routes arid by tha sotiedulai
, of departures and arrivals hereinafiet specified,
beina routes aaubliihed 3d session uf 40th Con-
grass, and others.
J
Decisions announoedby April 20,1869.
ME7 From MiamiT bv Taylor's Creek. Dent, and
Chi-voit, to CipciniuUi.lS miles and back,
- six times a week. 1 1.
Lean Mraml daily," except Snnday, at 8:30
am;
r AriveatCincrnTiBtlbSflam:",'-" f
SJ Lve Ciaainnati Aaily. except Sunday, at
SJOpm; 1
Arrive at Aliami by 530 p m. ;
94T3 From Washington C. H by Bloomlngaburg.
eve Midway. (Cross Boada P.4. J aad Newport
V. (Walnut Run P. 0.. to London. 38 miles
and haok..onoa a weak-.
Leave Washington C. H. Friday at Sam;
Arrive at London by 6 p m; , , .
leava Lionnoo oaturaay at v a m;
Arrive at Washington '
LC. M.
, by 5 p m.
dXTf) From Bfeadway, by Raymonds, York' Weat
- ' Manffield North Greenfield and Walnut
Grove, (n. o.,) to Roshsylvania, Si miles and
back, once a week.
Leave Broadway Friday at 8 a m,
Arrive at Rushsylvania by p ra;
Leave Kuahaylvania Saturday at S a m;
-' Arrivaat Broadway by 4 p ra. -
Proposals to begin servioe at York, 13 miles,
, invited, as per following schedule :
Leave York Saturday at 8 a ro; -Arrive
at Rushsylvania by 13 m:
Leave Rushay vsnia Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at -K ork by p tK'. '
M7S From Richwood, by Pharisbunr. to Marys-
, villa, milea and back, once a week. -Leave
Richwood Saturday at 7 a m; 1
Arrive at Marysville hjr la m; '
t1 ' Leave Marysville Saturday at 1 p in: :
Arrive at Riohwood by 6 p m.
M78 From East Liberty! by -'North Greenfield, to
WT est Mansfield, 8 oules and baox, once a
week. - - ' - .c
Leave East Liberty Saturday at B a m;
Arrive at West Mansfield by 13 m;
Leave West Mansfield Saturday at 1 P mj
, Arrive at East Liberty by A p m. .. 1,
81T7 From TippecanoCity? by Glngbamsbnrg and
Fidelity, to Union. 10 miles and back, .once
u Leave Tippecanoe City Saturday at 10 a m; ,
''' Arrive at Union by 1 p mr
Leave Union Saturday at 3 pm;
. . Arrive at Tippecanoe City by 5 p m.
- Proposals invited for service three times a
. week. . ,
8478 Prom Sbadeville to Genoa, (Beckett's Store
P. O..) T miles and back, once a week.
Leave Sbadeville Saturday at 10 am;
-: Arrive at Oenoa (Beekett'i Store P. O.) by
13 m;
-L-ave Genoa (Beckett's Store P. O.) Satur
day at 1 p m: -
Arrive at Sbadeville by 8 p m. 1 -
M79 Prom Lancaster by Weat Rnsbvflle. to Rush
villa. 15 milea and back, six tinieaa week.
---"'Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 3
p m;
A iv t Rn.tivilla lv a B Ba' 1- .
. Leave Rushvilie daily, except Snnday, at 7
Arriv at Lancaster by lOa m. -
8480
From New Holland, by Clarksburg and
Greenland, ta ChiUlootha.32 notes and back.
. twioe a week. - -
;'; loave New Holland Wednesday and Satur
day at 8 a m:
. . Arrive at Chillioothe by IB m;
-v-Leave Chillioothe Wednesday And Batarday
4 f. i . at 1 p m: - 1
.,,.,' .Arrive at New Hollan4 by 7 p m, ,,f'M,,.i,
848 Prom Johnstown to Croton, 8 miles and. book.
once a week. -.,.
Leave Johnstown Saturday at Tp m; "'
1- Arrive at Croton by 8 p m;
- Laa
.v Crotoa -Satardav at 4 n m:
Arrive at jonnstown oy a p m.
Proposals invited for more frequent servic. -
843i .' From Dnnbarton io Mineral Springs, 8 miles
' and back, once a wees.
--: Leave Dunbarton Saturday at 10 a m; --
Arrive at Mineral Springs by 1330 p m; -.
, Leave Mineral Spiinga Saturday at 1 pm;
" Arrive at Dunbarton by 8:30 p m.
981 From Copley, by Bates' Corners (n. 0.) and
. .. .Clark's Mills (n. o.) to New Portage, 8 miles
ana oacK. once aweea.
v' ' "''Leave Copley Saturday at 930 am;
Arrive in New Portaae by 13 m: - J '
.' Leave New Cortege Saturday at 1 p m;
, arrive at copiey oy sau p m.
n9 1
-8188; From Dennises, to Bates' Corners, (a. o J 4
,-. 1 miles ana DacK, onoe a weeg.
Leave Dennison Saturday at 3 p m; ,
1 Arrive at Bates' Corner by 4 p m;
' Leave Bates' Corners Saturday at 8 ) :;,
- Arrive at Dennison by p m; .
948S From (Cumberland, by Hirameburc. to Cald
well. 13 milea anofhack. twioe a week,
, Xeave Cumberland Tuesday and Friday at T
' ' 1 ms it Halilvsll lit 11 1 nl -
Leave, Caldwell Tuesday and Friday at lpm;
Arrive at Cumberland by 6 p nu
ISSTrom Bameavllle, by Temperaneeville. to
. J a.Miltonsburgh. 16 milea and back, twine a
. week. - . . .
Leave Barnesvllle Tuesday and Friday at 7
Arrive at Miltonsbnrch bv 13 mt
Leave MUWnsburgh, Tuesday and Friday at
Arrive at Barnesrilla by e p nw ! V -
atST From Greensbnrgh Cross Roads to West Mill
Grove. 13 miles and back, once a week -Leave
Greensbargh Cro&i Roads Monday at
A rrive at Weat Mill Grave by 13 m;
. Leave, Weat Mi l Grove Monday at I p mt t
' Arrive at GreenabujghCross Roads by $ pn
8488 From ' Berne Station, (n, o.,) by Bartsler,
(n. o.,) to Weat Rushvilie, 6 miles and back.
Diet a vast. -
r- T IVe BerrmStstioB HatBTay aVlpjay a
t U4rie at W ect RaahwUIby 3 pta-JZ Ai
Leave West Rushvilie Saturday at 4 pi;
t7-ivetA5rattatieii tmm ou 10-1
8489,
From. Dinsmore to New Bremerr,'4HrrHeBnd
IT V.
Leave Tlinjraore Satnroay at 8 JO a raj
imve ac ( ew ttremen ey 11 m;
"" 'Tts Vsv Bremen Saturday at 1 o m:
Arrive at frinsmore by 430 pna.r. r"?
Propoeals la vited for more frequent aervloe.
B4BS Frena Anna ia Minster, 10 miles and; back,
e.-..k-r once a week. -,, ' - t j
4n , jien sail oarai; t nf j
- - Arrive at ttiastas by 12 m: .
Vj Leave Miaater Saturday at 1 p Xa,"-"7;
v it Arrive a AjanabxP m.- .
fatS From.' Anna to-'-KiwafBnt aad
aacx.oiie. a wwk. , -..i...., -. j .,
XSVauwTlr. ;;; V-
t v. Aaaa-Ja r.o,u --T, ,' ,. ,
493 "Fronf UaraerwHIe. by Maple, to Feesbnrgh
- - - 6 rrriles anol oacKi oocea weea-. ,': ;
:' .'" Leave Hameraville Hainrday at 8 pnif-
l.
-. -Arrivaat reeaeurgti oye pm;
Leave Feesburgh Saturdavat Spm; ia 'i
' Arrive at Hamersville by 7 p m, wz" 1
949 From Van WerV by Shane's Crossings, to
,. AJelina, x4 miles aua naeK. once a wcoav r
j. Leave, Van Wert Friday at Jam; . 1,. .. lt)1i
..r:i Arrivat Celine by 4pBU.- , !
t-,tl 1 Leave CeHna batarday at-8 a n5.H'! ... ,.,..) 1
J-jii , lArriveat Van Wert -bp-tp m..-,r ...... .. .,
3: xPropoaaU invited for more frequent service. ;
'.. Arrive at Urbana
pabc Pram London, by t Lafayettej Boinerferd and
-! Traderavil e.toRoaedalaA(B.-a,Jl.l3 aailea
. - aad baok, once a week,-, - r. m i
..-.-Leave London Saturday at Samp i,un, i.
Arrive at ttoaeoaieey is mi, , u . n 3- J
1- r -Leave Rosedale Saturday at 1 pm;, .11
. 1 Anita at Lendoa by 8 p nw 1 .
9498' From Hinsbororfgb, by Samaatna '(n. Joj and
1 ' - , im 1 n nlln Km ViflnnA IX milM
-"J - mnA h,nV nnoaa week.
Jt)-.t
i' Arrive at New Vienna by IS im;
itl Ajeavenew . loiui. r,vuiuj Hiy mi , .
497 From- Fraieysburgh - to Bladenabajgh, 18
-,:(,, miles aoa oaca, dqov. wvea. 1
Leave Fraaeysburgh Saturday at 8 a tni
rj- Arrivaat Biadensburgh by 13m c r;i' --. i
Leave Bladensburgh Saturday at 1 p m; it
Arrive at Freseyeburgh by 7 p,u.,-
949S From Long Ran to FalUburga, S miles and
Tat lyra Run .Saturdavat Stni --.-md
11 n Arrivaat Fallsburth by4 p ra: f
- Leave Fallsburgh Saturday at p mf
Arrivaat Long Bon-bySpmr 1: '
9499 From Pindlayjby Benton Ridge, 'BIutTW
"' and Beaver -Dam, to 'Lima, 34 miles and
V. -1. .,nn w nlr
,at4,Leaveirndlay.Kridarat7nS 1 .r...lVX
Arrive at Lima by p m:- , ... .. ,
Leave Lfnra Saturday at T a m;
, Arriveat Findlay by 8 Pm;" ... . . -.
' ' . Proposals invited for more frequent service.! -
9508 Fmm Lindeaville, by West' WilUamsfleld,
WiUiamsfield. and State Line. (Kovaltnn p.
6.toJamestewn,(Fa.p 12 miles aod back,
six times a week.. ? , -..1 -tii
Leave Lindenville daily, except Sunday, at 1
p m; . .,, - ..m
A ria at Jamestown-be Ion:
, Leaves Jamestown daily, except Sunday, at
9 a m;
' Arrive at Lindenville by 12 m.
; NOTES. , ,
p-uim.1, mn,t b. to asrrr ths mail with "celer
ity oertainty, and security ," using the terms of the
law, and they mut be guarantied by two responsi
ble persons, certified to as suoh by a postmaster or
iodge 01 a oouri ui ryooriu. . . . ?
k-- - ;n K. ,n .I . fnr trfoa not nerformed. and
for each of snch omissions not satisfactorily ex
plained three times the pertpf the trip may be de
ductedFor arrivals so fr behind time as to
break connection-with desponding mails, and not
saffloiently exousad, one-fourth of the eompensa
tion for the trip is subject to forfeiture. Fines will
be imposed, uuieas kw, o ,vu
rily explained, for neglecting to take the mail from
Wi Doetomoei for Buffering H to be injured.
deal rayed, roboed , er lost, end, for refusing
after demand, to oonvey the . mail as fre
auently as the contractor runs, or is concerned
fn running, vehiele on the route. - The Postmaster
General may annul the coo trao for diwbeyirjg tbe
Ptstofficelaws.orthe inatruotions of the Depart
ment He may alter the schedule of departures
and arrivals, and alao order an increase of service
h. .Howing therefor a jro rata iaoreaae on. the
anntraot nay. He may also curtail or discontinue
-...t n, v . He may also curtai
the servioe in whole or in part, a I a pro rata de
IrimM of pay. allowing one months extra eempen
ition en. lb amount of. service diapensed with,
nisi, ahould be addresaed to the second Assistant
PmaaterGeneraJsnper?8ribed-Propo
m j 1 1. 1 tt .ai4 atant hf fflAw. -' '
swrm of propoeala. o.. and other informa
. aeldvertfaemeut of October 8U -167. aad of
this date, in pamphlet lorm. at d pnnqipaijreai-"S-Tc
h- ALEX- W AVALJ,.-
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BiM.Fram TTxhana. by Spring Hitl,, to DeGraff,30
, , miles and back, once a week.
Br,:J Leave -Urbane Saturday at 8 a m:"1' ';,'. : '
, Arrive at DeGraff by 13 m; 1 ''!? l
"' t'ave DeGraff Saturday St 1 p nl' ' '"
Arrive at Vrbaaa by 7p mi; - "'"!
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Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS & HOCKING VALLEY
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' it m' iki?pSTYVM"ier'5 Tranaportatioa.
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Haltimore at M A, M.;'WaBAington City si 8:40
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1 ttlO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS-Arriving
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Btl5 P. H. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
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It keep the Scalp Clean and Healthy., i.unt sj.-
It invigorate tha Root of the Hair.''' ' ' ' i ':
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. It immediately top Hair falling Out.
It keep the Balr from Changing Color frbrti Age.
; t reacoret Grey Hair to itt Original Color. ' ; ( ( '(
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: models of ill exeelleace. may , (J whihsa-e from
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It is sold la half-pound twttle1 (Ihename hlewa
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
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The. . 8hort,est RoutTfest and Northwest-No
unange ot vara irom iroiumbu trChk
go, KeokoanJ Indianapolis, i iio
FOUR TRAIVS DAILY leave Union Depot oa
ana alter January mo, uaw, as follows :
Q.Aft A. M.' TOLEDO AND' DETROIT EX
O.UU PRESS (Sundays excepted Aniveg
at Alilfordt:15 a m. Sprinsfield. Ohio,' 11J0 a m
Urbana 10:06 am. Bellefontaine 1.-03 p m, Sandusky
8:00 p m. Piqiia 1130 a m, Toledo t-Supm, Detroit
100 pm.
Tnis train Is run expressly for Sprttagfield, Lima.
Toledo and Datroit boalneas, arriving at each place
from 3. te 4 hears abend of ell ether routes.
-Ml Alii) PtORIA EJPRESS
1,JU (Sundays excepted). Arrives at Brad lord
Junction 4:40 pm. Logansport 10:40 p m. Cbicago
8:10 a m. Peoria a m. Galeeburg 9 KM a m. Bur
lington, Iowa, 116 a m. Keokuk 13:40 p m, Quincr
l:4i p m, Indianapolis 8 p m. Louisville 3ao e m.
"l . v - iu.ib v:mo a m. jjatay
ette 13 mid. Springfield, ilia ,70am. "--
Passengera br thitrain reach St. Louis the next
morning a Boars alteaev a ad make direct eoa
nections for all points wast of St. Louis and Keo
kuk one train ia advance of all other .routes, -
6:10 ?RKs5H AND ST. LOUIS -EX-U4-.V
-rRl!;SS (Sunday exoepted). Consent
at uroana.tor Bei efoatame and San'uakyiat
PMraa for Lima, loledo and Detroit. Arrive at
Bradford Junction AO p m, Loaanaport XM a m.
ChMaao 8i a m. lndianeaolia9.j& . . t - u .
...u , y ..j, uiucj iinaip n. jLae-
kuk 1230 a mLouiaville 8.-00 am.
W This is' decidedly tbe best train Trom'Co
ambua to Chicaao. Louiavillei mjA Sit. I j... . . - ;
make OUl'.KKK TIME and .rri. .t i J;; '.inl
and St. -LondaO taours ataeutd and reache all
point South, West and Northwest one train in
advanoe of any other route. i-C
NEW AND ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS
Run in this train from Columbus to Chichsgo and
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WITHOUT CHANGE.
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in.4( A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
14IV. Indianapolis (Mondays exoepted). -via
lioganspon. Arrives a Bradford Junction 4:IS a
m. Logansport 9:40 a m. Chicago 9:45 p m, Peoria
6.-08 p m. Keokuk 104 a m, Quincy 4 am. Indian
apolis 868 am. Terre Haute 19:16 a m,-JafayeOre
8:15 pm, Louiavi,le.-0Opna, St. Leuialofip m.
raiisengers oy tins train arrive the same day at
St. LouiaSK hour and China 1 hnn -U--.1 J
any other route. .
STATE ROOM SLEENIVO CARS
Run in this tram from Plttabnrgh te InSanapoIl.
AwT Call fur Tickets via Logansport et Xndian-
apolia. - ' '
mw Tickets for sale at Union and Flaw Depot.
Columbus, and at all principal JMlroed Ticket
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. F. CHANpTER. Genl Ticket Agent,
-i J. M. LIINT. General Snperintendaat.
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY Great Northern and Eastern Route.
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
. - "'"",! EXCEPT STODAT.4. .-. 'I'
Frpm Cpiumi us. in connection with. Train oa
Little 81iami '& Colambu ok'jtemti
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VIOITT TTPPVm AA I1AU-I-. A
Af M.- Willatop at BeU ware; Caraingtoarf tiileed,
Galion, -Creatlin..1 Shelby, bhiloh. Kew London.
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving aVOTev
laad a8AiMNeyorkOA.JA, ShtraiA
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday, -NO.
1 ACCOMMODATlOrlLeaveeiColvmba
at6.-w A.M. Will stop at aJlwajatatonat., This
train starts from tbe Freight Yard. '
lltlQA. M.,-.W ill stop at Delawaoe.A9hley.Carding
ton. Gallon,' Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wa
lington. Grafton and Berea.-. ArriveaatClevelaod
at 3f P. M., New VorkaA.t..daj it 320 V. M.
i MAIL AND GAPRh,sa-LeareeColnmbpgat9a
P. M. Will, stop at Wofthiogton, Lewis Center.
Delaware- and all Stations to, Bheib and Stiiit.
New London- Wellineton- Uraftonand Berea. Ar
riveat Cleveland at 0-fcO P. M.. Hew York Tn P.at.
fasseBgera for tort VYayna ana Chasago. by tax
in, this train, will art steenina ear 'at CrMtlina mt
8:0P. M amvin,Por Wayne at-110 PhU
ViHeago at ou a. to.,, peing in aavaneeol all out
er roofs, have ample time for breakfast, and -take
tbe earliest train if or tha Wee -i J i,
SPKlNUr lELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves- Coiumbas at i-3U V: M-. will
atop at all station hstwaea Colaroba and Spring
field, arriving at Del aw are at 3M P. M Springfield
S0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 7-08 A.
M , arrives at Delaware at 835 A. CoiajuoaB
10.-Q A. M.. ... , , .. ;
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Patentnen4a8; Cxan are rata) aat aJi
a : m IMKtol T--J ChicfHt ,i(J.
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sr- Eafgar checked threoth te New Y or Ian,
Boston, via Cleveland ; else, to Philadelphia aa
New, York, via Crestline. .,,.. M-.ii,j
RETUrTNtNOj
-! Niaht Expreseanivee at luajeirsp6 A..
Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus tf: .
P. .' -. - -3 j s:.i-MU'iTi ooijoat
-. Alail Train arrive at CblaraJBat9JSP. s
Springfield Accommodation arrives atCotumTjn
at loeao a. at." ii 1j -i.-,!!, (ni b Ja!0i,T vtrH
Peuro aj Inr.aa .aatw. AtlaoK. Af onxa
.i.fo Ticket via Crin.gieveJ
.."jl. ii -I Bberinendent, Clovelaiai, Ohlev '
- Colnmba8tiroT,.'t3 JAfigj mi tamI .tt
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
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—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN
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RAILROADS
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On an after MONDAY, Nov, .868,, JfOUR
TRAINS DAILY-wtU leave Columba
FOB? VlSCISJfkXl, 10I8Vrij,'kfifif7BT.
!: " LOTJIS; DATTDHV MCllJa'OHD; '"TjT-t'IOW
;n 'i 'i ' DlASAPOiM A eHlCAGOf
Withou change of cars to "DAYTON1 arirRICB?
MONO, aad only en Cbamraof vara, to IN 1 iJ
,,-DIAAPOUriand.CliigAGO, ;j
Connection are reliable a follow.,
nj.ifiui , i .,.i u, ,iurx an a
.! llKTiTBlN uPaily),, ,,;-.
Leaves at, 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, CirelevilJe
Lancaster, Hillsbore and Cmlricothej rtopa at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveiaod. ajtriyiiiBl e
Cincinnati, at 70 a. -
ofi .v,c( SEOUNJ) TRAU vl vtan j
- . (Dailgj except Sunday ,a )f f; -,(J
Leaves at "5SOO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
- Kiohmond,4ndianapoltand Chioea ejieVatoo at
.. W est Jeffersou, London. South Chartestan-SalQia.
CedarVillo.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow
-n South .Lebanott. Poster. Loveianrh Miltordiai-
riving at Cincinnati .at 10J6 A. M., connecting
- With the MaUJaoet,'' Ui j.iTT
.--r ,7.!;iTii!THIRft TSALyqng vd ,ti
.d.inii (Dally except SundaylJii'i lis tf
Leave at 1-46 P. M for CmeinBaH, Dayton aad
SprirgQeld, via Xenia, arriving at Cinoumati at
s38 PJi.i TT-77ii m a mmM mu .-.i
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. F0XJBTH TRAJJSf.
7 ..b-'.r""??.,,
Lea-
.ves at ts T. "M. for Cincinnati: Davton ka
Snrineaeid aha Lendm: laaaancaa! attAItaa-n Waet
-.Jefferson, London, South .Charleston- .Selma,
-' Cearville. Xenia. morrow and LovelaacT, and ar1
.vrivkig at (Jineirinati aAlOtatt JrVAUx., a aaiaM
Sleepiiit Car 'on all 'A1;b rarana.
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BENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent. -
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a. W. SHINN, Agent '
J JOHI DTJRAND; ! '"" V in sui'-wa
Gepl Ticket AsJt,Jrif (it Hup Ol OUilJ
RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
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On and after Deo. 18th. lges. traina will ran at
followsrU -it- nil -ij i4-j i.-i;j,.u
LeeA fratExreesyf- Mail -.fj Past Liao,
ColnmbBj.,.:l5A.M. SrlB P, Mr.,llS A.M.
Newark...T;;.!4asirM.'-af3S P.'flP'u T.W,
Stveabenville,-wJ4A-a.ii rt P-M..! r.al.
PUurgh ....19 00 Al g. 1 P.V.
Harriebrg...,10:30 P, MTJ.-os Ii. M. 6 JO A, M.
Pblledelphii.; 8e 1! M. ; 4:18 P. M. 7Js8 aJm,
New Vork., 8:18 A.M. , 7.-0VCj rirSOJ'.Mv
BajTirhore..r:::330 A. M.,' 850 pTmT1 ISoXrS.
Washington..' Ada Ai M. !u):ie p.'M.J J9-ag P.TtL
Boston 8:09 if. M.. SaBO A. M. 13HW P,AU
iegant stare room neaping cars on an nigbttrara.
On. tha r'aat Line the eelebrated- ."ny P.l a
day and niaht ears are run tbrouch. from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York witheatohaBgoi iia
JO- Pauuannra ha th. 10 A - U
arrive In New York att o'clock' Monday morning
an advaatagajacxar eeior eBeaed. n, n r.i j,
w A?,rieVi!t AkVBtWrviilil
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.r"-o ".! ':t- - -UTeket Agent. Oolkal. iVi7
JOHN B. PETERS. -AawJolnmlIS??i
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rw! '!l i!- MEDICAL. tnAimoa null
Aw PHIL080PHT-OP!llAIllllAf!r 'a " "
Cocbsb or LlOTUlzs, aa delireMd at thm V.I
York Mneum. of Anatomy, embraeina the ub
reetsi" HewteHveand what to lire for-- VoWtt
aTaterity and OJ4 Age-. Muheo,TLW
. par" revtewi
ea: ine cause ot indigestion, flatulence and tiZ
roes disease eMeaated lef MaaTiag. i wijlkl
ieflly considered, Ac ., 7" ,.l ,JW
docket volumes eon tain irtr 'tneae lectureV wllil.2
" jddring ARY??,;
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