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Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
bn.nd.fwr Nov, 19, ,1971.
run follow.
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Ml P. M. (1:0PA'..M.
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40 " Ji.tO .!'
a.iSA'. ir. lB-ao p. m.
li:3s ", ii!-9 "
lil5 P.W. 4.10 "
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Ar'r. PorU'niontn
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Arv. JiwiltVMi
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Trains Connect at Loveland
if or all points oij the Llttlejuiaml ltillroad. nd
tloii for U point west.'
.' ,,W. W
.
1anUr of Traiiifoftatlon
Trains Connect at Loveland "BEE LINE."
Cleveland Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
.'
..rrirlni
-n- MllVllAY Mhv CHI ll. 1871. Ex
nrniTiMltH Will ltV .C0LUUUU9 And
CRKil'MNBandARUirf atp'ii"" named uo
low, ai follow1!.! ...,...-..-
. Rtntlont.
Ooln in Inn
niotllnw
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BufTulo . .....
Nmjrurft Falll.
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,.10:8Jpm
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1 a m
1 1 25 a in
I 40 p in.
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No, 6,
aam
4:ft0am
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5 :00pm
4 :40 p in
6 iOS p m
1 :W) i m
11 :0 m
11:40 am
IS5 m
8 4 p m
3 40am
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Phil iilnlphla.. II "LLHL
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reVflhlnYHpl"Knirtly
r, J.,a a oil I lia tfoliiminin Hock hi g a
ly (ulltvidconnoctwlth No. 4Traln. Throimh
rpAKNt4KR TRAINS itiimtn arrtv. at
Oolitnl(l)Ut l8 m. 11 :1ft a.l. onn :wj . m
Palace Ha.yiind Sleepinjf tars
.' till ai irmn.i . m
.iv .)iiAvi..ff nnin..iliii At. 3:ftA a m. on
fuiin through without dntftntlon,. by
r. . .n v. Vm-lt rf:nlirn Railway!.
In-Ot New York on Monday morning at
tiirnuirh tlckdM. time, emnaciloni. atn., to all
For nsrrimuar jniurnin...
(n rrd to
iiln Eiwt. Wf. North and Hmitii, appiy 10
AraddrM HllT).(iriliimmia,'nio. . . ;
E. 8.II.IHT. r.on.Hnnurlntundaut;
' JAMEH CATTICriSON. T
(Oon. Agout.OolumbuiiO.
riiiofllSr Agivnt, Colitmbm.Oi
Indianapolis Railway. Railway Time.
Indianapolis Railway. Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Ou na fler Uecemlier Wlh, 1871,Trli will
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ncaitsr ftt til
nivlnla m. til l.lnlwn
lonno(:tlonama.lotLojrnn with all Tralni
for StialUvilloaud all point.on th fltrlrTlll
1(11.,.. v ni.H at llllillllllll for IN IHlllltl KMt
ranch. J. w. imiif iii i .
" PnpcrluteDdrnt.
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E. A. DoitT,, Oen'l Ticket Ag't.
KANSAS & MISSOURI
—VIA—
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
rJ EXPRESS TRAIN3 DAltY 4
fj ; f THROUHFROK U
11 TI
1!
THE OHIO & MIsf SSirPI
OKLYliOAD
Owned and operated by ono Company froiri Cin
cinnati to St. l,oait, llieveloi't anweri aro
I REol being carried tlirougli without clinnge
ofian . . : '
rz r A VOIDING
the posilbllitr incident to other route ovlilcli
couneotioui, nnd mibJoclliiK Ihelr.pitiiiciigcr tu
disagreeable changes.
Fariiiliei and Others Sacking Homes
In the rich' a.llbfi anil on the ferl.le prnlrlcx of
Wciterq Mlstoiiri, Kniiui, Neliracka, (Jnlomdo,
nrthenfors fliitnnt Mtate ol'C'illil'oi'lliil. will con-
nit thlrnwnJint;orer.t bylliiirpu or Address
I ii( tlieundejulgno.i; Onntractlng Agout, a a
uilliai ized him with the best localities.
ThU Routs fa Sltttiieil SWtar tkan
via Iudiaiiapelia.
TiiRoueii
TICICETS
Cn be purchase. at all the Principal Ticket
omceiof U.iHhecting T.lnes, nnd in Ciiicfiiunti
at tue uenerai winces onus wuuipna;,
1 -9 Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Trent Btf'eot,
Main Street. COn'-ie'r Levea, and at De
pot. Fuot of Mill Stroat,
EDWARD GALLUP;
Co:itracllnri senger Agent, ,
119 Vin Si., tliicinniyl, OMo.
irrijt, j.miTKVTt.r.ir.
And The
. VIA
OIliO ATO. MISSISSIPPI
RAItWAY:
Th'e'conVpletlnn of Iho I.onisyille JUvlslon
tills roadaii'l llio SiiCKii e'luipmcnt lorpunii
enter travel makes this tin
BEST EOU'TE TO LODISYILLE
A&D "ALL POINTS .
Soft til and Southeast.
O TIIliUOGII TliAIXS
O natty:
Tflth Direct Connection from the K'sst for
Louisville Without Chanp of Cars!
TMa li.hAm,t4 vrt'J.I hai triltn IvOTft (Mil
clnnatland p.iisengrrs are delivered t depots,
noteia or resiueuues in ixniuTinori.r.n..
Aik for Ticket's via Ohio Js Miss.,
and taht no others..
THUOlGiFfflifETS
tail he purchasedat all the
PrraciT Tici'ct OiTjces of
CONNECTiNO LINES, AND IN
CUTCliTH-ATI,
At the Oeneral Ollcesof the Company
f t9 tlE STIIEET,'
liroadway, Comet Front Street,
Walp StV, eor.'. f.evee.,
and at. t'U: .lP"t, loot of Mill Street.
Edward Gallur,
Coiitrac'.l'ijg Passenger Ajront., ...
liy Vino St , tliicmiia'.l, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
SHORT LINE ROUTE. 1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis Cincinnati & Lafayette
Indianapolis Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD.
Th.iwoi Tlirniiirh'Miiiland.FxnrPss Passen
gerMna to tt. Louis, hunsas City, 8t,. Joseph,
Denver, an rranifiiio, Rimou poinn iu mmwu'
ri ui. hd Colnradh. . r -. . r ;
Theshortest and iil.vdlict ronte toljidinn.
npnlis. I.afayetle'l'erve irmite, CainhrliWe ( Ity.
u.......n.i.l U....I. it. if Inirt.in I'lllil.llfO. Mil.
wsVikeeTBU Paul, and all points in the Morth-
The Indianapolis, .C(ctnnitl and I.nfiiyette
Ruilrpad, with Its conneotioas, now qlTeis paa
angers move facllltlrs In Through. Coach and
i...,i.,a nr ..rvlre Minn Hutu any. othrr line
ThreuirhPHllv Oars fi-omClni;l,uiitl toSt. Lonls,
Kansss. City,' St. Joseph, feorla. Burlington,
Chlcng,OinKlvs, and 4I1 . Inlannedlnte Imlnts.
nraseiailiR to Colnnli-t" ''' KninlllenanHi coin
lorts and accommodations as are afforded by
fw.n ninolnnat;i. hHVlnjr the .adVMiitnire of
no other rout. 4 : x A.' V
Through Ticket aad Baggage Checks to all
Trains leave CJlicUinnti at 7:00 a. M. sl:10r. m;
corner' Jlnlh unci Itkcri aho, t Dcppt, corner
llp'ise, corner Third and Vine ; IHilillc liandlng,
Plum a.,.1 I'.ji. l HI innls. (iliicii 11 11 nt I. O. ,.
Kesure.to pnrchasa tli'.kets'.via Indlanopolis,
uincliiBAU ana iaisycue imiinnu, .
W. II. 1.. NOBLf.
11,.. O'ri. TlnketAg't. Iiillittnapolls
O. r, Mooai.tsiip't, yinciiiiinu.,.
.'ARBOR VITA'E.'
TEH Millions Seedlings. (50 will buy 100
thousand of the auiallest. Larger sisas at
corresponding' prices
, Tvrenty-flVe vret)esVkvergre'eriYand For
est Trees very cheap. f
. Price lists free.
Descriptive Catnlognet 10
cents
White 6ufcuniber8.'
1 .(.'
We believe this' Is Ike best .Cucumber knmvn
and that we have the only seed ofthevarlet
In existence. cants a packsge, by mall.
Address,
r.'-tf
riNKITALAWRENCr,
Htorgeon Hay, Door Co.
WlMusib
Indianapolis Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD. Family Papers for 1872.
The tinia ,iiiv conie when
every Vii'in thoulcV X on the
tiaer. for S72"m " wliita bu
fii'-st uty vis -.to ; hi Lorne
pnpeV; for - genrml njvrp,' his
second is to some . journal hi
practical value to the tvhole
hoilsciioklnnfl nn esn'Rcial aid
in the ont-ilonr .eitiplovnintfj.
As a journal for tlie . latter, ye
most, earnratty cbcdnieTuV IH
' - - -k. KA'.4'H. a' av
Ohio . U ftrivitff, puy.isiSicQitt
CltJvelaridfOlilo. It is n hnnd
sorrtlj; -wide-nwake Tr-eekly, n
thoroughgoing farm piid fire
ide paper, devoted t every
thing pertaining to agticiiUnre,
hortibdlture', stock growing,
mechanical arts nnd domestic
economy: n contains i twenty
large q-idi to pages weekly, is
nicely printed, illustrated, nnd
cut, cohered and stitched; It
in always spiced with witicisms
itiid loaded with good things
in the way of ciiiidi en'rt mis
cellany, foreigii I ravels, stories,
sketches, clibib'e- poetiTj. etc.
The Boston "Wide' World"
1
says thatj-of all publication?, it
thinks lie Ohio Faruier the
very
best, and the gerieriil
t 1?. that so tiir a?
practical vnlile' is concerned, it
is second to none published in
the United States;
"We Hiivise oiir friends, who
have not seen this utaunch oh
r 4 1 1 t 1
jonruni, lo send lor a copy
which the publisher is. always
willing to send free, and see
for yourselves what U: The
nio'st expedient, way, however,
i to. Bend two dollars,- nigu
oiii Fm uif r,- .TCreTtlfTntl,
Ohio," and . hflve it visit yon
weekly no one will regret
the invepf nieiit.
Scientific American for
1872—27th Year.
'This pplendid weekly,
greatly enlarged and irrijiroved,'
is one of the most useful and
interesting journals ever pub
lished: Every number is
beautifully printed on fine
paper; and elegantly illustrated
with original' engraving, rep
resenting New' Inventions;
o'-elties in Mechanics, Manu
factures, Chemistry: Photo
graphy, Architecture, Engineer
ing, Science and Avl Far
mers, mecn'an'ics, irVvenfrVrs,
engineer?: ehenVits", nianu
factor?; an'd people of all pro
fe8Mons 6V ades Vill fnul the
SffientlifTc American of great
value nnd interest. Its
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hundreds of dollars to every
household,- workshop and
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affording a contin'uai source of
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tb alVlest Ameiican and
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acess to all tflie leading scienti
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the woVld, the columns of the
Scientific American are" con
stantly enriched ivit'n' the
choicest information. An
iofflcial list of all th'e Patent is
sued is publisheit vVeekly.
Tli'e eavl'y riu"mb'ei:3 o( tV
Scientific Am'erican' malifes two
spleridiif vulo'meb" of nearly
one iiiousaiKi pne, equivalent
in sie t'o'folu tiholisanil Cd'pi'es
s'lnt free'.
, Torrris $3'n year, 150 lialif year,
clubs" of ten copies for o lie" year,
'52 50 encti, $"2'00,' witling n'pldiidid
'premium'. to tbe p'ersbn wlib forms
the cliib, consisting of si coji ofthe
celebrated stn'el pluio crigrAvlng,
"Jforl of Progress.", , ( , .
. . jir'cNN & Co.,
PuBtisnERS , or thB SpiiNjiro
Ambrican, 27 Park Jtbw, N"ew York;
PROSPECTUS FOR 1872.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1872. The Queen of the Ladies' Magazines
Authur' Lady's Home Magazine
OF LITERATURE, ART AND FASHION.
A '
homesi;. A::.MTgnT" .wy8
uri to ilhodyancihg tliibught,
social ii'rogri ami apiru ot the
time-. A:.WngaZ.i'A" W1,uu
the liffhtcr..:litentaretf the
perio'4 U;:.Tnade the vehicle of
pure nnd jipble Bentin'icn.t. ,
Uuring- 'tliej.-yesii- t
will be unusually rich mall its
lite!ryp;: well;a ; pictorial
depfsjt.tnentki, ZA't----'
attractions will be.
An OrififiriaLSerjal btohy; by
Virginia Fi Townseridj ao long
a favorite with the readers of
the Home Magazine. ,
An Oricinrtl Serial btory,
by S. Je,iiiie Jones, author of
"T.Mir!',' I ha llulnrhtfi ' I
, A Series Of Social life Sto
ries, by T. S. Arthur;
A New Series Of "Other
People's VXindows,, by
Pipsissiway Potts. It is a
long time since anything so
fresh, spicy, seiffcib'le And tak
ing as this series of papers has
appeared in onr periodical
i:. T?
w " a a e 1
litdra'tuie;
1'Auiyit'ny
is
charmed with 'PipnisiHvaf.
Original Tales, Sketches of
lite and Uliaracter,' roetry,
and various literary papers.
In addition to' t tie regular
Literary Department of the
Home MneaZ'tie. the various
special lepni-tm-bitts tHit have
i ... if : i. a .u:.
lOUg aiSllllglll'Ura nil'
Vs. .1
Magaiinn will be
Tffpat nt K
conunueu.
1. Everiintr rith' tlie Poets.
in which are given monthly
"elections of the" best roetry in
iri tle lat'fgurige, ne'vv and old.
This feature of our Mugflizine
has long delighted l'riany
thousands of readers,
2 The Home'.Circlfe, whor
t gravel n d gayib-ijsipy
and iustruo"ntr, - nittigle iiV-A'n
attractive melange for al
reader?;
3; The Mothers' Department
4. Boys' nnd Girls'' Treasury.
5. lioiilth Department.
6. Fachion Department.'
The best and la'test. style's
ladies costumes will be given.
7. The Garden and Green
house, of. .Department
Flower arid Fruit Culture
ladies. . .. ,
8. iliiits for lioii'sekeepergV
0. Depart ni'enf. of Current
L'iterilitiii e, in which will
found b'rif notices of tihe best
'publication's o'f the day, wMi
choice selections from' new
hooks a'nd ma'giizines."
Q. Editoral .DHpa'rtmcnt.
Th'e 116'm'c Magazine starts
the nov year with strong
ed"itori.il. corp?, assisted
'many o'f the best .writers of th'e
dad',- wio mean to take, it
al'l respects what it chii'ms
be." -The Queen of the
Ladies' Magazines.''
Terms. 1 6py,$2.- 3 copies
$ .r. 4 copies", &6; 0 copies and
one extra; IQ! jtf Copies and
one extra; 51.2. 15 c'opiei and
one extra, $20.
'Hffpeciinen' Numbers,
Fifteen Cents.
JJT Every. get'ter-u'p (6f
dub W 1'872 will.r'ec'eiVe
copy of ou'i; new and charming
Cbr-rab, "Tli'e ChjiVch Mouse."
E'fiy .suhscriber t'6 iji
"rfom'H Magniiiie" fpV 1872
will lie entiiled to ord'era'copy
o f tills new ana bea'utifnl
Chrohib'fot 15a 6n redeipt
ofthi'-t 'mou'n't it' Will' be' sent
ITo'iiv: Magnz'ne' aiid Child
ieii'8"' Hourwill.be sent! one
year for 15'0. . ilome,, Magazine,'
GodVy's Lady's Boiik,
floin Magiizine,' GrodeyV
Boole arid 'Children's 'Ilou'r
'. ADLK'es lf; S'. Artuob S'ons,
, 809'and 8'l'l Chestnut SI,' Phila
delphia n.,
The policyj of the Adminis
tration and' it's friends,' Just
now. is to" keep tlie people
much' as pbssible' in the dark
as regards' the', government
nvn'uTVlitiivine nVirl fllft mnriTIW
ill which' the affairs of the
rleoartmfenta are administered;'
4 .
' .-
The Thing Needful
,
'ten said before: Bays n
otemporary, tnat tile- De-ibo-
crat.s of Ohio will never wpi a
permanent victory until tljey
earn, and practice upon the
knowledge; the necessity of
iaving;a well patronized and
more widely . circuiaieu press.
As long ns Democratic com-
niuiiilles continue to give a
jetter suport to the, opposition
prcs3 than to,-to . their . party
organs, ana uaaicai journals
a a a.'.'a 1 . I
are allowed to circulate in tne
proportion of ten to one Denio-
cratic; tne current of puunc
sentiment will always be in
avor of that orgunizition.
Among the. many attempts to
explain away the disasters to
the Democratic cause, mis,
he mot vital reason of all, is
strangely overldoked. When
uemocrats once wukc up u
the importance or placing
their papers ori as healtliy a
hasisas those of t tin enemy, and
of giving thenias wide a circa-
ation, they may expect to
leconie jlhe p'redoniiuaht
lower; and not oerore. lier
those who think this U a
matter of little importance.
step into' any news tand, and
ascefliun for .themseheji the
ironortioh' of lournals that are
sold representing the princi
ples of the two parties. After
the inquiry, instead ot being
surprised at Radical victories
Miay will be moi;e iiKeiy 10
... ..I'll,
wonder tbitt the iJemocracy
are even able to keep up thsjir
oig.iniz;itioii. .
6
of
for
'
"LtrcK" WhXt Is' It?
The riifiii who ni'iirries the pret
tiest gin in iiih Tiiitce i Bam in
ben'lu.cky Mlow;' and so
hiiti who draws the highest
prize in a lottery, or by the
't'oftimate tifrn'.of nffairs, cl.earsJ
thetuLWLwven waiviH
wealth in an hour. AiKrvet
the histories of ntl times tell
th ti.i with' d tertib'le uniformity'
and certainty, the men who
become suddenly possessed
unen'rn'e'd millions uie in misery.
"Vtithin five years, a well
farin'er d,fev a cfnartcf, of
million' dollars in a lot.tery.
the whole country envied lnm
in his. luck. But fie has since
died f i-o"t 1 1 a style o'f living in
duced by h'is good luok, and
his oh fy eon lias turned out
drunkard.
by
in
to
One-sixth of the army
the United St a tests' being em
ployed in the South to harrass
and annoy the people and car
ry the elVct'i'o'ns for the njinin
istration by force ami violence.
There can never . be any real
restoration of the Union' with
out a friendly" feeling between
the sections until this force
withdrawn. The dogs of arbi
trary power should be called
off their helps victim's.
Even if a' standing army was
desirable at any ti'menot
dollar shb'nld be voted to
while it is being used1 to!., de
prive tjie people of their lib'er-
[Cin. Enq.
a
n
James, Sowers,' a colored
preacher, was sen'teiVced
serve six tears in t'he Peniten
tiary on Monday lalst," bV Judge
oauoiu. Alio uiiiirge wn,t uig-
incf ord'ers oiV Alex" Warner
and William Uarson.' lie was
sentenced' 1o' serve' three yVars
on each indictment th,e low
est time prescribed by law.
He asked t'he Court' to be
lenient as possible oh account
of his' family of small children.
[Chillicothe Gazette.
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Enorjiojia frauds have been
disco'ver'ed'in the disposition
Missouri swamp landsdonated
for school purpbse; Over
!l,50O;)Ol) acres are said
have bejui sqnaiidered. ;
Judge IcKemy, pf Mont
gomery Coinni'on Plea's has
decided thath'e iri mates' .of the
Soldiers' Iloine,' at Dayton,
no light to vote for State
or county otticera. .
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The Democratic Policy.
Mncli is ,saicl and written
about parti e b'einj; dead- and
many are amongst, the. dead
Some milky philosophers would
have tlie Democracy surrender
their organization and .support
some hybrid formation, which
shall be expressly fitted with-
out regard to principle, -ipr ..de
feating the regular Radical or
gatiizttion, 'This cowardly
policy will not ohtain. vA"y
politician of ordinary penetra
tion must npderstand that a
negative position for a great
parly ia sitre disintegration aud
death. The Democratic party
cannot.be pujdkdy disposed of
to the liighest bidder, but will
sternly keep the faith, and
stoutly maintain the integrity
of its organization sustaining
the weak,, inspiring the odubt
fiil, Kivl expelling the corrupt
ready to act with energy,
decision tvnd effect. Demo
crats want no "pitssite p'olicyf
no octogenarian poet or high
tariff Greeley, but, a good,
square, higli-toned Democratic
statesman as their Presidential
candidate. In spite of any
possibje occurrences there will
be A Democrat run for Presi
dent in 1872
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Some young men are a
little partial to blue eyed
maiden"' Others like dark
eyed asses, f But the mon-eyed
girls pave most damirers". M
lp Arkansas thejje'are three
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Democrats, and' Bntidletnils,
the latter beirig' a' fraction that
endeavored' to hbld the
balan'ce pX poker. ,
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