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"TW1'?' ' "TfW' ST"1'
TTTTC OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY FEB 25, 1898.
LAST SATURDAY'S TEST.
J. W. FILING, Kx.
1. What N the (liffeienet' between
mi liijluUlcc mill n ywVc ferft
'J. VrIU' a .sLMitt'iioi hi wlik'li a
Hume is the antecedent of a pro
nintii. il. How nrc sentences divided as
to form V Illustrate.
I. Tell liov u sentence, may lie
fi. Wlmt is iiieiint liy tin proper
Ill's of a part of speech V Wlmt
parts of speech liave no properties'.'
(. rite a sentence coi't ii.iiig a
complex element of the tnird class.
7. What are the alms of "Lun
riiiige Lesions V" Mention Home
text-hooks on the subject.
8. lJiiigruni and parse Italicized
words: He, that filches from me
my good name, rohs me of what
ne'er enriches him, and makes niu
W. 10. ENGLE, Ex.
1. A. huys hoods at 2(1 discount
mid sells them at 1(1 premium.
What does hogilnV
i2. A hoy received 570 oranges to
hi 1 1 ou comml-sloii; ho was to re
ceive. l cent for cadi orange ho
Hold and was to pay 4$ wots for
each out! he ate; he received !f(!.S8;
how many oranges did lie null?
ii. How iniiiiy acres in a square
fluid, tlie diagonal lielng 80 rods.
4 Find tin' .solid contents of a
cone wlio.se base Is l.'i feet in di
ameter and whosu perpendicular
height is Ul feet.
5. il-o of 0-1) of what number, di
minished by 51-11) divided by
- 1-(J 7-510), leaves 2.').(i4V
(i. Received -1. 1000.21) Tor a note
having OH da. to run, discounted In
bunk at 0. How much should I
have received for jt, discounted by
true discount at 12?
7 What is tins area of one face of
the largest cube that can lie placed
in a globe wiiose diameter is 18 in.
8. In what time will Jf 1800, at 7
amount to 228(3.15?
7. If 27 men in 28 days of 10
hours each, dig a trench 120 yards
long, 2 yds. wide, H yds. deep,
how long a trench 2Jy"ds. wide, 1
yds. deep, will -j0 men dig in 25
days of SJ hours?
10. 1 received $119 as my share
of a 7 dividend; how many
shares of if 100 each do I own?
F. M. GOKDEN, Ex.
1. What are the functions of the
nervous system ?
2. Describe the following joints:
.shoulder,elhow,wrist,hip and knee.
3. Where is bile formed? What
is its function?
4. What happens to the brain in
5. Describo the Eustachian tube
and give its function.
J. W. FILING, Ex.
1. Define plant geography. Name
the conditions requisite for plant
2. What are cyclones? What
cauies them ?
3. For what is the kingdom of
Prussia noted ?
4. In what zones does Australia
5. Am any portions of tho earth
free from earthquake shocks?
(J. Name tho primary races of
men The (secondary.
7. How does China compare, in
size and population, to the U. S. ?
8. Bound Euypt and give it cap
ital and form of government.
9. What city in N. A. whose lati
iudo is 30 dog. N.and longitude 90
10. How are places located on the
earth's surface? Define tho terms
U S. History
F. M. GORDEN, Ex.
1. Define history. What is meant
by tho philosophy of history?
2. When was Ohio admitted as a
State? How many States at that
.1. What are the duties of what
wo call the Department of State?
Who is now Secretary of State?
Who was during Cleveland's ad
ministration? 4. What prominent persons have
Iied within the past twelve
5. When whs our present decimal
system of dollars and cents udopt
Jjy Congress? Whose plan was it?
(). What and where was the first
lollego west of the Alleghanies?
7. Under whose administration
Were the greatest number of States
admitted? How many?
8. Should Immigration ho prohib
ited? ir so, to what extent? Why?
0. What is meant by a president's
veto? What presidents have been
noted for exerting their veto
powers? What president did not
use this power?
10. Give an account of the great
Juittlo of Gettysburg.
Theory anil Practice.
W. K. ENGLU, Ex.
1. What are the advantages of a
programme for your daily work?
2. How do you manage whisper
ing in school V
.'). Name somo characteristics of
x good school ?
1. What works on this subject
liave vou read?
0. What do you understand by
teaching a rule inductively?
0. Wrlto an application for a
country school as a specimen of
P. M. GOIIDEN, Ex.
1. How does alcohol destroy the
uetivity of tho digestive organs?
2. If alcohol and water be mixed
what change takes place in vol
ume? 3. In what special way are drug
1. Wlmt is iibsintho? What are
6. Prom what Is tho word intoxi
Lane's Medicine moves tho
Bo weU each Day. In order to la
healthy UiJh Is necessary,
A5K FOR AND TRY
PURIFIES THE BLOOD.-
Mannen Sanapirtlla Co., Dlnghtmton, N.T.
Gnti:-For the last 0 years I hava been
Conitant SUFFERER with DYSPEPSIA and
by the uie ol (wo bottle ol your SARSAPA-
iiilla i am entirely cureo. loura truijf,
MRS. HANNAH REED.WIIket-Barre, Po.
THE WORLD OVER.
MT0.OY THE MANNERS SARSAPARIUA CO,
Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kiln., wishes to give our read
ers the benefit of his experience
with colds. He says: "I contract
ed a cold early lust spring that set
tled on my lungs, and had hardly
recovered from it when I eought
another that hung on all summer
and left me -with a hacking cough
which I thought I would never get
rid of. I had used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy some fourteen years
ago with much success, and con
cluded to try it again. When I had
got through with one bottle my
couirh had left me. and I have not
suffered with a eaugh or cold since.
I have recommended it to others,
and all speak well of it." fit) cent
bottles for sale by P. Harrington.
A hale old man, Mr. .las Wilson,
ofAllens Springs, 111., who is over
GO years of age, says: "I have in
my time tried a great many medi
cines, some of excellent quailty;
but never before did I find any
that would so completely do all
that is claimed for it as Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarhoea
Remedy. It is truly a wonderful
medicine." For sale by I. Har
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loiiioiiiitt-titcn tlint broad) ccrcul, anil
nil ntnrcli foods nro tmiinlurnl ami
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Dr. Donsmoro, although a graduate- of ono ot
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resolutely oppccdtodrastlo drugsnml mtnernl
tncdlclncs; and enthusiastically In favor ol
overcoming disease, by diet i.nd obedlcnco to
liygicnlo laws. Tho Saturday Review (Loudon.
Sept. 20, 1890) editorially states: "Br. Dene
more Is ono or tho iiiont open nilndc.!
men wo linvo ever met In print." D
Deusmoro 13 well known In England ns tin
founder of tho Natural .Food Society, and ol
Its organ, tho Natuual Food magazine: and
ho has brought consternation Into tho ranks
of tho vcgotarlans by tho now lights ho has
brocght to hear upon their favorlto foods.
A pamphlet of lit pages, with paper cover,
containing preface, tablo of contents, anil eoiuo
of tho more Imnortunt chapters In tho book, la
published simultaneously at 25c., and U nn
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purchased ut nuws-stnnds, or ordered through
any hook-seller, or will ho Bent post freo on
receipt of price
ff AG 15 NTS Canvassers find both tho
"c. and tho $2.00 editions ready solo, and un
usual Inducements nro offorcd to agents. Wo
vl 1 mall particulars to any address upon ro
lULSt, and any subscriber to this papor who
will mall us this notice will bo permitted to
buy a single book at tho lowest prlco to agents.
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FARM FOR SALE!
loi acres of valuable land
in Starr Township. Enquire
WELDY &. BUERHAUS.
It Cures Colds.Coughioro Throat, Cronp.Infltten'
ea. Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and A.thraa. A
certain cure tor Coniumption in lliit ttagti, and
a ouro relief in advanced otagea. uso at once.
You will ere the excellent effect arttr taking tho
first doe. Sold by dealers eteryrlicro. Largo
bottles 60 eenu and $1.00.
"For tho past two or three years
I have been subject to cramping
pains in the stomach," says Mr. V.
A. Baldwin, a hardware merchant
of Boonville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I
have tried u number of dih"erent
remedies; the best ono being
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhaja Remedy. Ono or two
doses of it always cures me." Sold
by F. Harrington
LONG WAIST and PERFECT HIP
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f IT ANY FORg
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which it 111 not break.
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CanvuKiicra Vantl. fiend far CnUilrfiin;
80J.TF.EF. MFG. CO,, Jackson. Micb.
1 nt IB
A MARWARI THOUGHT READER.
A Pundit Who Cprtiilnlv l)oe Homo Very
A correspondent writer to tho Times
oflnilhi: "Itls wodlcnown that llotn bay
attracts fr an various parts of tho con
try many persons who, by profesilnff
astrology and other psuudo-scloncos,
expect to obtain Boino of tho supcrflu
ous cash of credulous folic. Tho nntlvo
town abounds with suuh people, somo
of whom nro sojourner' for a tlmo, dur
ing which they reap a plentiful harvest,
whllo others settle permanently here.
The Pundit who has given mu oecnslon
to wrlto is not ono of those. Ho comes
from Marwur, In Kajpootana, and Is
known by tho namo of l'undlt .Tulurum
Shtirma Nng.ir, residing at Kalbudevle.
His power of reading a thought com
mitted to papor without having soon or
oven touched this papor mines mm
unlquo among thought readers.
A gentleman having told tho writer
that tho l'undlt had exactly mndo out
what ho had written ou n bit of papor
which was laid on tho table, crumpled
and rolled up, nnd which tho l'undlt
did not even so much ns touch, nn inter
view was arranged with tho l'undlt,
who undortook to exhibit his power
boforo a circle of friends. There were
about ten gentlemen in thu room, and
tho Pundit engaged to rend three differ
ent questions put to him by throe por
sous, of whom tho writer was ono. Tho
question was composed in tho Guzoratl
language, but transliterated into
Uevanagrl characters, as tho l'undlt
knows theso better than any other
characters. It may bo hero stated that
any language In tho world can bo
used, provided only it Is transliterated
(not trnr.3lntcd) Into tho Devanagrl
characters. Tho questions were written
In nn adjoining room, and there was no
chance whatever of them having been
seen by the l'undlt, who was during
tho time engaged in conversation with
tho other gentlemen. The pnper was
folded and crumpled and put on a small
tablo In the mlddlo of tho company,
along with tho questions of tho two
othor gontlomen, who used tho saino
precautions as tho writer. The ques
tioners wero then asked to select tho
names of somo llower or fruit, and to
point out with their lingers one of tho
numbers written on a bit of paper. Tho
Bomowhut queer condition imposed on
us was that wo should take tho namo of
God while pointing out tho number.
This dono, the l'undlt and a eomp mion
whom ho had brought with him en
gaged themselves deeply in making
"It must he remarked that through
out the entire proceedings tho three
bits of paper lay within sight of every
one on tho table, unseen, untouched,
untampored with by either l'undlt or
his eompaulon. After a fow minutes
the Pundit handed over to tho com
pany a strip of p.iper on which some
thing was written in Devanagrl, anil,
taking up ono of the rolled-uo questions
from tho table, asked us to compare
the two. Tho strip written by tho
l'undlt was the exact copy of tho orig
inal question! So with the second, and
so also with tho third, which was re
produced verbatim et literatim, oven to
tho very note of interrogation, which
was put in tho original of this question
alone. Thi' whole occupied hardly half
an hour, and every tiling passed oil
without any hitch whatever. Nor wero
thero any suspicious prococdin -s ou the
part of tho Pundit or his companion.
Tho conclusion is clear. Either tho
present writer and tho other specta
tors, including some very shrowd
and somo trainod observers, wore
Imposed upon, or tho Pundit has
somo power which cannot bo accounted
for by more science, lne lormer may
be, after all, true; but tho writer can
say this much, that thero was no chance
whatovor of trickery, and that every
possible precaution hail been taken
apalnst deception. N. Y. Recorder.
A Clilni'BO lfnoni
First papor your room with darlc red
cartridge paper and thu colling a dead
ivory, in tho center of which suspend ti
huge Chineso umbrella, with small
paper lanterns hanging from tho end
of each rib; your frieze will be beauti
ful if made of small fans and umbrellas.
Then cover your most comfortable
couch with liagdad porteries, and nr
ranpo over it, projecting from tho wall,
it tent-liko drapery of China silk, hold
In place by Chineso weapons, spears,
etc. Ftom ono of thesis weapons a
wrought-iron lamp may bo suspended.
Hnvoyourplllo sand cushions of China
silk, and upon tho rug stand a bamboa
table, with a colfce set or a smoker's
service upon it Portieres of bamboa
or colored beads and a bamboo stand
with a jardiniere of palms go with the
general surroundings. Frame your
pictures in bamboo or leather, and
place an East Indian table of tcakwood
In somo corner. Tho apartment will be
attractive and luxurious N. Y. Sun.
llu Klng4 fur WhIIh.
While fabric decorations for the walls
of living-rooms may bo nrtistlo and
beautiful, it cannot bo deniod that un
less all the surroundings aro carefully
arranged they are exceedingly danger
oub. Tho least breath of flamo, a care
lessly handled match or taper, a spark
from a grate or any ono of a score of
accidents that might occur in every-day
llfo would result in serious disaster, il
not actual tragedy.
In arranging matters of this sort It
must bo borne In mind that tho lighting
is an over-present menace, and every
gas jot in tho vicinity of such hangings
should bo carefully watched. When
tho day comes that electricity takes the
placo of our present lighting, such
things may become common; but in tho
average household, whoro gus or any
llanio whatever furnlshts tho light and
heat, it is bettor to keep well within
the bounds of safety ami uso only thoso
decorative materials that aro not in
flammable. X. Y. Lodger.
AtlvurilURei. Alxiut liunl.
Challenging l'arty's Second (coming
forward hastily) My principal desires
mo to say that tho distance of only ten
paces, for which you stipulate, gives
your principal an unfair advantage, sir.
Challenged 1'urty (speaking for him
self) In what way, sir?
"llo is a large, fleshy man, and you
are extremely thin. At thatdUtanco
you can hardly miss him, whllo It would
be about as dltlioult to hit you at ten
paces as at twonty."
"That's nil right If ho hits mo his
bullot will go out on the othor sido,
und if my bullet hits him it won't go
half-way through. Tho thing Is about
oven. Toll him to tako his place!"-
I'luyltiC for Kvon.
Friend Bo you have married your
bousokeeper. Don't you know that sho
has been robbing you for years?
Old Hmartcuss Of course 1 know it.
That's why I married her. I nm trying
to got toy money back, Toans Bif tlnira.
Itcowiiiiiicnilrit us tlio ItcNt. IX
Lk MAiit, Fiyuioullt Co , In.., May. 1833.
I BUffort'il (luui tuiupurury Bloptu8iioan from
ovomork fur two years, lor which 1 uood FiMtor
Koonlg'a NeroToulo, mi'l can rucounuead catne
as tho bast moillcluu for eluillnr troulit'S.
hoMKUSKT. Ohio. Notf. 11. 1800.
MrwIfOTrns Iroiibluil with nvrvuusncbS,hlch'lr
.u nuL-uiou jirr luin'l umb J. L'lcimi v vvty ujuii
"lanium, hi a uionuii uurnngouumi urn norn.ii.
ty. AfUr uslnti l'uRtor Komilga Not va Tonic
iTMitnv nliocould sleep Honuilly. hur Inuicutltiij
ceasod, nud I can my that hof lmntij cuiidltloii
la very muuli luipiovul.
JOSIU'll A. riiAUTT.
Torino, Ohio, Nov. 7, IftW.
I certify that Pastor Koonltf'it M rve Tnnlo has
had a wonderful clloct. l'rt'ir to uslnij It 1 hud
epileptic fits two or throe tliucs it day, uud I
bavo boon suhjoct to thorn for tho luxt nor on
years. MILS. M. UOItMAN.
-A Vnluablo Hook on Nervous
JJliouio sent ireo o nny auuruns,
nud poor patients can aIko obtain
tills invillcliio liuo or cluirjic.
rm.1. mh...1i.i,. litAti rAftrm1 l,v OtA Ttnvirnnd
Pastor KnonlK. nt Fort Wainc, lud since IKO, and
ujnowprcpaieuuuuuruiauitccituu uj mu
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Ilnigslsts at SI per Uottlo. O for 85.
iMtao Slo. 81.75. 0 Ilotllos for BO.
: IT WILL CURE A GOLD
IN TWELVE HOURS; I
: A 25 cent Bottle may savo you :
01OO In Doctor's bills-may savo
your life. Aali your Druggist;
: for it. IT TASTES GOOD. :
? PURE PIMK pills. :
:Dr. Acker's English Pills:
Small plcu.niit. a fitvorlta with tho ladle. "
W. II. IIOOKEU & CO , 18 West nroadway, N. Y. 1
lit i. . i. . m ... ......r
auttrunteed euro for Grip.
B. C. RE13ER.
S3 SHOE CENTFLW
And other specialties for
Gentlemen, Ladles, Soys and
Ulssos aro tho
Best in the World.
Sco descriptive advertise
xnent which will appear la
Tako no Substitute,
but Insist on having W. li.
DOUGLAS' SHOES, with
namo and prlco stamped on
bottom. Sold by
by V. R. Uowlby & Son.
riiotORraphy Is a wonderful art. Incred
ible ns It may seem, ltls now possible by tbo
0f u bird lu Us UlKltt. a ltorso at Its swlltest
paco, or a bullt't ns It
leaves tlio gun. Very much
moro tliatU most marvel
ous lias been accomplish
ed In pliotosrupliy. Tho
publishers oE the ronowncd
nml popular family weekly,
trolt, Mlcli.) hnve recently
boon experimenting m 'to
direction or inpld and .u.
curate reproduction ofplto
touraphs and now an
uounro that thoy aro pre
pa rod to make artistic
conies at a verv low nrlee.
, HPy wm Eon(j twelvo Columbia 1'liotos
vnluofl.00 and Tito Weekly Freo l'ress ono
venrforai.li). It Is necessary to send a
cabinet or card photogiaph with order.
Our roadcis bad better send Torn sample
opy of 'lhuFiT'ol'iess nnd learn tho par
Icinitis o( this lemarknblo oiler which
'loitsan.la aro taking ailvantago of.
English Spavin Liniment re
moves all hard, soft or calloused
lumps and blemishes from horses,
blood spavins, curbs, splint,
sweeney, ring-bone, stifles, sprains
all swollen throats, coughs, etc.
Save $50 by use of ono bottle. War
ranted the most wonderful blemish
cure ever known. Sold by F. Har
rington, Druggist, Logan, O.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEt BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BlTTEH.
My doctor cays It acta Rcntly on tho ttomnch, Hrrr
and kidneys, and Is n pleasant liu.itlvri, 'Jlilj drink li
tnauo (loin herbs, and la prepared furuftoasuaallyaa
tea. It! colled
AM OniCfl.lt 3 sell It at 60c. and SI 00 n. lmeinr.n If
aiie'M lumtljr Medlclnu rmivi Hie Imml.meli
Uuj. IiidtdtrloI.elieallliy.thl'ti.iiccta.arY. A.tUltes.
ouAiou r. woomvAito, j.ii.Ji,&. iv
G-eo. Heine, J?iop-
Store in Gimblo Block. AH kinds
of seasonable fresh moats und
poultry of tho best quality always
on band. Honest dealing guaran
tet'd, und prices reasonable. Give
mu a trial,
PI "W?.k TJK ' .-. aMhI
: ENGLISH j
I ; . ... ., 1
j Meat mi
Croup, whooping cough, and
bronchitis immcillntcly rolloved
by Slilloh's Cure. For sitlo by Mii
lor & Caso.
That hacking cough can bo quick
ly cured by Slilloh's Cure. Ve gu
arantee it. For sale by Miller &
Sleepless nights, mado mlsorablo
by that tcrrlblo cough- Shiloh's
Cure is the remedy for you. For
salo by Miller & Caso.
Will you suffer with dyspepsia
and liver complaint? Shiloh's Vi
tnllzcr la guaranteed to euro you.
For salo by Miller & Caso.
A nasal Injector freo with each
bottle of Slilloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Prlco CO cents. Sold by Miller &
Shiloh's Vltalizcr Is what you
need for constipation, loss of appe
tite, di..iness and nil symptoms of
dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents
per bottlo. For salo by Miller &
e or BxKhamre
170 acres of land in Washington
Twp. Hocking Co., O , ono mile
from Ewing. Good house, barn
and out buildings, orchard, well
watered, and in good repair. Terms
easy. This is an excellent stock
80 acres of land in Benton town,
ship on Big Pine Creek, one-half
from post-ofllce, store, blacksmith
shop. Good house, barn nnd out
buildings. All under cultivation
7" acres bottom land. Price, $1500.
One-third cash, balance in pay
ments. Real Estate Agts.,
For Information and free Handbook wrlto to
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the best school in the world to preparo
ono for a business contact with the
public, a stepping-stone to business
qualification and future prosperity.
"We want good Agents to solicit for
subscriptions. Tho inducements are
Is easily earned by any one of either sex In any
trloinly at the omnlovment
I'nrv ui me country, wno 18 willing lOWorK lnilm.
1 ho labor is light and iileaeant, and
which we lurnlui.
n.K whatever. Wo lit you out coinpl
you can give the business a trial without expense
to yourself. For those willing to do a little work,
this U the crandest offer lnn.de. You rim unrt-
all day, or In the evcnlug only. If you nre cm.
ployed, und have a few sparo hours at your illi.
posal, utilize them, and mid to your Income,
our business will not lutcrfcrp lit all. You will
be amazed on the start at the rapidity and cao
by which jou amass dollar upon dollar, day in and
day out. Kven beginners are successful from the
first hour. Any one can run the business none
fail. You should try nothing else until you see
for yourself what you can do at tho business
which we offer. No capital rlsktd. Women nre
grand workers J nowadays they mako us much
as men. They should try this business, us it is so
wll adapted to them. Write at once nnd see for
yourself. Address II, HALIUTT & CO..
llox HtfU, I'ortlund, Mo,
Hansen a Smim
J Scientific American
M - TO1A " 6i"
FOR GOOD WORK !
THi: PAItLOIl CAIt LINE TO
THK DIHUCT LINK TO
Detroit, Jiickson, Lansing,
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL,
' AM AM iTM I'M AM
Chlengo .. ..Iv 7 ij 7 20
I) trnlt " 17 IK 1 2T
Toledo " 0 i 10S) 6 20
"." .; ! .: .! am 'i'M
ColumluiB Ar 11 ft'i 2 40 0 60 7 10 9 60
ColiinibiiH I.v ll 0j 2 60 .. 7 2-" . ...
Umciihtcr . " 7 110 4 10 8 10 A M
IjOKioi " 8 20 S 07 . 0 Xi 5 80
Nohcmvlllo " 8 50 8li .. 10 07..,.
Alliens " 0 2.) 0 1.")... 10 40 .. .
McArtlmr " fl 11 10 2l 8 60
(InlllpollK " . 7 n 12 00 2 BO
Mliltlloport " ... 8 21 12 41 4 40
Pomeroy .At . . 8 SO . 12 60 5 00
' PI I'M I'M
AM I'M TM A M AM'
I,07nn . . IiV 8 00 Jll 10 . . . 8 00
t.itncii'ter " 8 !I7 0 TO 4 00 8 .17
Columbus Ar II 5i S ir AM I'M 9 65
Columbus I.v f 10 11) !) a"i Ti 00 3-l
Dei.iwiup " low 10 n am 1.17
Mnrlim " 11 "' 10 65 OKI fi 20 ....
Up. Knntl'y " $12 27 J7 23 fl li
Cnrey ' la J7 7 4' 8 !B ..i..
I'nstiirin " 1 17 H 10 7 (IT. . .
Toledo . Ai 2 2.1 0 Wl 8 20 ....
1121) f 12 2.5 10 00 ....
Detroit . At 8u 7 H 0 r5 ....
ChlrnKQ Ar I'M AM I'M I'M
Dully except Hundny.
Tlirottgli 1'ullmnn Pnlnee HleepiiiK Cnra on
nlBlittriilns Columbus anil Chicago.
Tin onlv line ltinnliig parlor can liotworn
Toledo, CiiliiinlitiM, nnd Ohio Illvor Seat
laio only 2.5 rent.
Knlfi la tlio llnckcvc Ilouto nre always ns
low its via any other line.
Kormtes, ninrM, nnd other lnformnllon,
call on C W. Hcliwenlte, Th-Uct Agent, or
wtlteW.II. I'lnlinr, General l'niM'iiiter nml
Ticket Atrcnt, Iloom 31,I)oshlcr lllock. Col
TWO DAILY TItAINH
Columbus to Nev York
Via Washington, IluUiinore and I'lillttdelphin
Vestllitileil fiom liii'-'gune car to Pullman
sleeper, lientul by steam from the engine
Tiro Sotld Trains to rittsimrtj,
Via Newnik.Zanesvllle and Wheeling, with
l'lillimin sh'eperand parlor cars.
THK DIHKCT LINK TO
Mt. Vernon, Mnnslleld, Sandusky nnd til
SolldTralns with Pullman cars to
connecting for Louisville, St. Louis and
points South anil West.
Time of Trains aC Columbus.
Pitts. Was.li., llalto. and
Chic. Kx cll:20om c2:50pm
nsii. nana. I'uitn. in.
Y. and Chic. Kx
Pitts. Wash. Hullo. N.
Y. and Chic Kx
San. and Chic. Ux
an. and Camh. Accn
Cln. nnd St. Louis Kx
Mnll anil Kxprc-s
Cln. and SI. Louis Kx,
Cln. and lilunch. Accn'
6:50pm )1 :23pm
t Sleeping car, c chair cai attached, dnlly.
Pullman Service To Chicago, 7.20 am, 11.35
nnd 0 .50 pm ; t o WnFhlngton, llaltlmnro, Phil
adelphia, nnd New York, 0.150 pin, 11.3.5pm; to
Pittsburg, 11.20 am, 11.35 pm.
Hates always as low as by nny otlior line,
and no r.xTitA faui: for fasttlme on limited
vcsllliuled triiins Ask for tickets via the 11.
& O. It. It. O. I. McCAHTY,
Asst. Get). Pass. Agt., Cincinnati, O.
j.i. uueii, ucu. .Manager,
Clias O. Scull, G. P. Agt.
Tho Rev. Geo. B. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says: "Botli myself nnd
my wife owe our lives to Shiloh's
Consumption Cure." Sold by Miller
Catarrh cured, health nnd sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh '
Remedy. Price 00 cents. Nasal
Injpctor free. For sale by Miller
Why will you cough when Shi
loh's Curo will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 cts., CO cents, and 1.
gold by Miller & Case.
For dyspepsia and liver com
plaint you have a printed Ruaranteo
on overy bottlo of Shiloh's Vitall
zor. It novor fails to curo. Sold
by Miller & Case.
Shiloh's Cough and Consumpiont
Curo is sold by us on a guarantee.
It cures Consumption. For sale
by Miller & Caso.
"ITackmetack," a lasting nnd
fragrant perfume. Price 25, and
50 cts. Sold by Miller & Caso.
For lamo buck, side, or chest, uso
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
cents. For sale by Millor & Case.
Shiloh's Curo will immediately
relievo croup, whooping cough and
bronchitis. Sold by Miller & Case.
Shiloh's Catarrh" Remedy n pos
itive curo for catarrh, diphtheria
and canker-mjjuth. Sold by Mil
ler & Case.
NEW YORK CORRESPONDENCE-
FOH HOMC STUDY
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