Keeping Work Ahead.
The groat trouble with most
of us is that we lay out too
much work for ourselves to do.
We get a great many tilings
half done, and work twico as
hard as need be, when the same
amount of labor judiciously ex
pended would have a three-fold
result This is just how it is in
war against weeds. We are so
accustomed to get into a flurry
about getting in the crops in
time that we forget the weed
crop is already in and going on
at a rapid pace. Wo have not
unfrequently seen the greatest
exertion in getting in seeds or
plants that would have done
just as well a week later, when
the samo time spent in harrow
ing or weeding ground would
have been equal to four times
the time at a later period.
These remarks of course apply
more to garden than to farm
work. Where horsepower is
at hand, weeds halt an inch
high, if annual Aveeds, are as
easily destroyed by a broad
tooth cultivator as if they were
but just pushing ! through the
ground; but in garden work a
simple raking up of the ground
when the weeds are just sprout
ing is quite as effective as the
best hoeing would be. An hour
or two raking of a garden be
tween the rows' of the various
crops will, in fact,' almost ren
'deV hoeing r unnecessary, and
thus save .many a hard- day's
. A harness (writes a corres
pondent) should never be used
over six months without oiling.
I take my harness apart, or un
buckle it as much as conveni
ent, and put it into the soap
suds of the last washing, giving
it a good soaking, then take it
out upon a bench of the proper
hight for convenience, and re
move all the dirt and gummy
substance with the assistance of
a stiff brush and the soap suds.
I then find it just the time to
make necessary repairs. By
this time the water has dried
from the surface, and I then
apply the oil and a little lamp
black mixed with a common
paint-brush, and dry in the
shade ; if frozen, all the better.
When dry, wipe off with a cloth
and put together.
It is my opinion, founded
upon a forty years' experience
and close observation that har
ness treated in this manner
will last twice as long- as it
will without proper oiling and
care. The more leather is neg
lected, : the darker it will be
come, inwardly; and the dar
ker, the less life remains, and
the less good will oil do when
applied to recuperate it.
Ammoniacal fumes arising in
the stable have a strong ten
dency to eat up the oil in the
harness ; hence the desirability
of storing harness out of the
reach of his influence.
Ix is told ot a young gentle
man, whom a maiden liked but
father didn't, that at a reasona
ble hour the old gent mildly in
timated that the time for retir
ing had arrived. "I think you
are correct, ray dear sir," an
swered nineteenth century,
modestly. "We have been
waiting over an hour for you
to put yourself in your little
bed." ' The father retired
Mrs. Iibw has been install
ed as pastor of a Western pul
pit Sweet is the savor of her
name and sweet her sanctity.
"No doubt, says the Boston
GloUf "there will be somo ex
tracts from her sermons."
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most )ii I it r collections of bound Piano Mu
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Address all orders to
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Magic Clrolo. Easy Music. Small hands, 1 76
Voungr l'iunist. For young players, 175
Pearl Drops. Easy Dance Music. 1 75
Musical Recreations. Moderate dilllculty, 175
l'luasnut Memories. " " 1 75
Golden C himes. Parlor Music, Klnkel. 1 75
Brilliant Gems, 1 75
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Pearls of Melody. A collection of Music
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Bach's 48 Preludes and Figures. Cloth,. . .(5 00
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Beethoven's 81 Pianos Pieces. Full gilt,. . 2 00
Chopin's Valsus Stiff puuer covers. 1 50
Chopin's Polonaises,..'. " " " 8 00
Chopin's. Nocturnes,.. . " " " 2 00
Chopin's Mazurkas,... " " " 2 00
Chopin's Ballads, " " "2 00
Chopin's Preludes, " ' " . 2 60
Chopin's Sonatas, " " "8 50
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volumes, '. 1400
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lio. Cilt, 6 00
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Vol. IV. con fug Bongs without words.
,..( books,) Folio. Gilt,..,, .'.. ., 050
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Mendelssohn's Overtures as Piano Solos.
Cloth, 6 60
Mendelssohn's Overtures us Piano Duets.
Cloth, 12 60
Mozart's IB Sonatas. Elegantly bound.
Full gilt, 3 00
Schubert's 10 Sonatas. Elegantly bound.
Full gilt,.: ,. i. 800
Schubert's Dances. Complete. Elegant
ly bound. Full gilt, 2 00
Schubert's Piano Pieces. Elegantly b'd.
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Schumann's Piano-Forte Album. Elo-
gnntly bound. Full gilt, 2 60
Tho same. Papers covers, 1 60
Weber's Complete Piano Works. Ele
gantly bound. Full gilt, 3 50
Shining Lights. Sacred Songs $1 75
Golden Leaves. Vols. 1 and 2. A collec
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Hearth and Home, AC'ol'tiou of Ilo'cS'ng 1 75
Fireside Echoes. " " " 175
Sweet Sounds, " " " 1 76
Priceless ucms. Choice Italians, i ra
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Tlio Opera at Home. Cloth, gilt, edges, . 6 00
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Cloth. Full Kilt. 8 50
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Do. Cloth each. 3 60
Moore's Irish Melodies. With Now Sym
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Balfe. Folio. Elegantly bound. Full
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Brother Dalziel. (Ask for Novcllo'a
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The same, elegantly b'd In cloth. Fu'l g't, 8 50
sciiumann's vocni Aiuum. bu songs, wuir
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Wo will send any of the above work, post
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logues containing from 15,000 to 20,000 Musical
Subjects, sent free on application. Address
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A beautiful picture in sixteen colors, 12x20
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n iiiiuut cuurgu.
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Volume for 1874.
Til CULTIVATOR ft COUNTRY GENTLEMAN,
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Journal op American Aokioultubi. The
Editors and Proprietory in addition to their
own personal laiwra, are regularly assisted by
a very large number of Bpecial Correspond
ents and Regular Contributors, among whom
are lncludud many loading Arrimiltnriiti. In
all parts of the Country, East and West and
by over Five Hundred Occasional and Volun
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nose farmers nnu Horticulturists or nearly
evorv State in the Union. With thn no-mmr.
atloii of so largo corps of practical men, this
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value as the chosen Medium of Inter-eoininu-nicntion
among all classes interested in the
Product and Fertility of ths lauri-those who
Cultivate and those who Consume tho Buyer
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crop ureeaers or improved animals and
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machinery and those who purchase and em
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especially, to supply fuller and better data as
to the progress, prosptwu and returns of each
successive aesson, as Ui rowing light upon one
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when paid strictly in advance) One copy one
year, ijW four ooplus, 10.00, and an addi
tional copy fr Aho yoar free to tiie aemler of
ine eiuo; ion copies, ivo, anil an additional
copy lor the year froa Lo tie sen ior of tho
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TIIKR lUCRKE ,
A BON, uIVbLu A)bny,
HE ROMANCE OF CURE!
Tho many evidences of extraordinary euros
mature uniiyreponcu asencoteu inrougii
1Jn...l.. ,..! I 1 11........ 4 1k..u.-...l.. UMI l
neiiuy nuiiei iiu.i x unuvb x urgabivu x 1110, m
wiitlcn teHtimoiiinls from all parts of tho
world, surpass in wonder tho most extravagaul
lunacies 01 eucnuniiuent. rnysiciunv ami
medical r.icu lu all countries pronounce these
wonderful remodtea a mystery, that neither
theirsuiencoof aunlysis or chemical skill cuu
explain. True, these medicines effect tlio
most marvelous cures, and restore the dying to
lifo, and relievo tho most wretched pain-suffering
victim of bis tortures, in from one to
twenty ininutos, and although they know somo
of the ingredients of their com position, and Dr.
Kadway has published their formula (with
holding only two nowlv discovered roots), still
both French, Gorman, English and American
chemists ami pharmuceutists utterly fail with
the same ingredients as prepared by them. Tho
great success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies in tho great se
cret of combining the ingredients together,
aftcrexorcisingduccare in selecting tlio pure
and genuine roots.
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry as tho
SA1WAPAK1LM AN 1IKSOLVENT, ItEAUY
BELIEF ft HADWAY'S PILLS, are without
parallel in tho History of Medicine, for there
are some inllrmities ami diseases that are con.
sidurod us incurable, and stiro death. Yet the
most astounding cures have been made thro'
these remedies of some disenses that havo nev
er been known lo be cured by medicine.
t'l IVSI! 1 IHMilXT UiltVrTT-A wuffi.'
SWELLING, Tumors in tho Womb, Stomach,
Ovarius, Bowels, Bright's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced incurable,
Cancorsj Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in the Blad
der, Calculous Concretions, V Icors and Soros of
the Bones, ltickets so deeply seated that no
other medicines havo been known to each.
have been cured by the 8AKSAPAUII.LI AN
RESOLVENT, aided by the KEADY RELIEF
Palsy, Paralysis, DrvGangcnc Unit threat
ens a living death dally rotting away of tho
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
cliargo of Water, Fungi iu the Bladder (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease). Torturing pains
when discharging urine, 1 KIIEUMATISM,
GOUT, NEL'ltALGIA each and every one of
these complaints though but a few of the
many other diseases, Railway's Sarsaparillian
Resolvent lias cured and is daily curing in all
parts of the world. -1
In ono word, any disease no matter undor
what inline designated, that is nourished or
tliin, w atery or poisoned blood can be cured
by It AD WAY'S SAKSAP
Dr. Undwav ft Co. have never claimed one-
hundreth part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies as is ascribed to them by the people
who havo used them; for bear in mi nit, only
such disenses and complaints as Or. Kadway,
aftersiiccessful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were enumerated in
their curative list, so that many of tho extraor
dinary enses that have been reported awuken-
cuas liiucn nHionisnmont in the discovery ot
their remedial agents as in those who had been
rescued from death, and mado whole and
Asmnnv iicrsons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from tho fact of their disap
pointment in tho use of other advertised reme
dies and somo believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, &c should possess
such marvelous power. Vet they cnu readily
comprehend that tho simple grasses of the
ll.il.l ..... I...A:.. . I.
distillation designed by nature in the cow and
cnurn, rurnisncs us witn butter certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric or heat-mukiug
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents for the human body.
But when those people who first doubt the
cllleacy of these remedies commence their use,
tney ueeoine tncir most earnest advocates.
TIIE ONLY SAFE ft SURE UEMEDY FOR
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a mcdicino taken Internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovurics or Bowels; tho knife
has been tho sole reliance in the hands of ex
nerienced lui'ireons : but Dr. Bmlwav's Sar
saparillian settles this question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns well as Tumors in the Bowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured by
. Beverly, Mass., July 18, leco.
Dr. Kadway: 1 have had Ovarian Tumor
in tlio ovaries and bowels. All tho doctors
said there was no help for It, I tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
hclncil mo. I saw vnur ltosolvetit nml tliniifrlil
I would try It, but 'hud no faith in it, because
I had suffered for 12 years. I took six bottles
of tlio ltosolvent, ouo box of Kadway 's Pills,
ami useu two uotties oi your itcauy iteiiei.anu
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
than I havo for 12 years. The worst tumor
was lu the left side of tho bowels, over tho
groin. I wrlto thiB to you for the bcncllt of
others. You can publish it if you choose.
11AA?IA11 r. JiJiAl'I'.
' ' AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cinoinnnti, Ohio, for tho past forty years well
known to the newspnpjr publishers through
out tlio United Stales:
NEW YORK, Oct. 11th, 1870.
Du. Kadway Dear Sir: I mn Induced liv a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement of tho working of your medicine on
myself. For several yours I have been nlllict
od with some trouble In the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina-
leu in a most tummy mulcting disease, which
the ubrsiciiins all said was sunsmodic stric
ture iu tho urellin, as also iullamution of tho
kidneys nml bladder, and gavo it as their
opinion that my ago 73 years would prevent
my over gutting radically cured. Iliad tried
ft number of physicians, aud had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and lio
uiuwpnthic, but got no relief. I hod read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remodies; and some four months ago I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per
son who had long been suffering as I had been.
I went right oil and got some of each your
Sarsaparillinii ltosolvent, Ready Relief, and
ltuguluiing Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as ever.
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
Price ono dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Railway's, No. 82
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
, ItADWAY'S READY BELIEF!!
Cures tho worst Pains in from 1 to 20 minutes!
flSiy-.NUT ti.MS noun after reading this
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RAD WAY'S KKADY llELlKf
Is a cure for every pain. It was the first and
Is the only Pain Remedy that instantly stops
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twenty minutes. So matter how violent or
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ridden, infli-m, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may stifier,
SAD WATS RKADY BELIEF
win r 1
i in iiuiini iiimuiib i:nsu.
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Tho Application of tho Beady Relief to (ho
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ists will afford case and comfort.
DO Drops in a hair tumbler Water will,
In a few minutes, euro Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn. Sick ileaduche, Diar
rhea, Dysentery. Colic, Wind lu the Bowels,
ami all In tenia! Pa ins.
Travelers should always carry a hot Hoof
Railway's Relief with them. A few drops In
water will prcvout sickness or pains from
change ot water. It is better than French
Braudy or Bitturt as ft stimulant.
Joraigu?urw? for" tio"To JiTsiT
There Is not a remedial agent In this world
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Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness of the
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Skin and Eyes. Pain In the Ride, Chest, Limbs
and Huddou. Flushes of best. Burning in ths
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Frle 95 Cents par )oa,
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New York. ,
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ia the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of tho Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lungs, Pain in tho region of the Kidnoys,
aud a hundred othor painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. Ouo bot
tle will prove a hotter guarantco of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swollinga, Ulcors, Erysipelas, Swelled
Keck, Uoitro, Scrofulous inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations. Morcnrial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin,
Soro Eyes, oto. In thoso, as iu all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's Yin
eoabBittebs havo shown their great cur
ativo powors in tho most obstiuato and
intraotablo cases. '
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Romit
tont and Intermittent Fovors, Diseases
of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladdor,
thoso Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases aro caused by vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persona
engaged ia Paints and Minorals, such as
I'luinbors, Typo-sottors, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in lifo, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
Vtneoar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Rhoum.Blotchos, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Soro Eyos, Erysipo
las. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of tho
Skjn, Humors and Diseases of tho Skin of
wbatovor name or naturo. aro literally
dng up and carried out of the system in a
short time by tho use of these Bittors.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, aro effectually destroyed aud ro
movod. No systom of modicino, no vor
mifugos, no anthelmintics will free tho
systom from worms liko thoso Bittors.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, or the turn of life, these Ton
lo Bittors display so decided an influonco
that improvement is soon porcoptiblo. '
Cleanso the Vitiated Blood
whenover you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimplos, Eruptions,
or Soros cleanse it whon you ilutl it ob
structed and sluggish in the voins; cleanso
it whon it is foul; your footings will tell
you whon. Keep tho blood ptiro, and the
health of tho system will follow. i
H. II. BInDOlVALO & CO., I
DniKRUu & (ion. AfrU., Kim r'rmiuiiuii. Ciilifor
Ula, ft oar. of Wiulilnfrtun nml Cliinlnm Si.,N'. V
Mold by all Uriifli ml. I iHalma. i
. . ro ths--.1 ,-. ,.. , ;
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The Ilust, nioRt Cnmiiletn und Cheapest l)llile
; uvnr iiublinhod in Amurioa. ,
A firWTCI Sell two ofmir Illldot to ono of
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Vfo give Illjrhcr C'niiimlNiilonii on our 111
' - Ida tlilm othpr hnimoi lu til Uni-; t
BftySoflotir new plan, "no" to RKl.tm
ni.KB., A COMl'I.KTK BUtlt'lCSH., Wo Will
taka iduanuro In liiatrui'.tlng Agent eaiivani
ing for ethijr liuunea. In tmr new nliin of toll
Inn Ilihlna, j . .
afirUTQ Vtl Kvrywhoro.. No bunl
AUxjiUU Ikim will mf tinttnr than tho
Airuunv fur our lllliln. . A clurirvnian mmln
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ahova all exponana 4 11). Ho ran you. Sand
for our Circular and tomn and too fur your-
IlhutraUiil with nnndroda or onsravlnita,
beautiful tel plaUM. illtunlnatod TnhloU,
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and PnBt.isniNd Co..
81-w-em. 618 Mi eiith Ht-i ft. Louli, Uo
Time Tables. "
T7AV0RITE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS.,
Tho "Old iielliihlo" and Popuiii'r
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
n Through Express Trains Daily
U ' Kmilpjioil with Mllicr'a l'nlont Snft'
I rl.'illorin, Coupler, aud liullor, am. .
1 1 tho t'clohrutud
I I i(. j ! , -if. :' J '
Westinghouso Patent Air Brake.
Tho mOBt porfer.t protection ngnlnst accl
dcuts in t!'0 world.
jff"Ncw and clccant Dny Coaehoa and
two dally linen of l'ulliuau'a PiUnco SU'cnlna
Cars aro run through from KANHA8 C'll f
to Qulucy, Ciiilenbtng, Muudotu and
Also, adallyllnoof Pullman's PalarSlonii.
lMDi'llvii tf'.w.... A HW.1 1 ... ..... ....i. ....
to JaoksonvlllaandHprlngnohl, and now and
..-..j vywi..-,,ic iioiii nanHas city to lu
diauuiiuliw and Cincinnati without clmugo
B&yTo aecttro all tho modern luiprovo
meuw In Railway traveling, purr.hnHO ticket
via tho IUnnidal & St. Josiru huokt Lia,
avoiding all transfora, lorriea and changes
of earn. .
Through Tickcta for sale at all prin
cipal offices. Faro alwaya aa low as by any
route. HSggago chocked through to all prin
cipal points. O. H.XY FOlll),
K. A. PARKER, Gon'l Tiekot Agout.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Trains will leave Columbus and Crtut.
lino and arrive at points numcd below as fol
lows: . j
COLU'uus Div. nioiit cm. fast
EX hit K8 8 KXritxa8 SXPHKSS
Columbus.. Lv l:45AH0lf:45 4KXIPM
noriiiinirMin ii:t3 4:20
WesUsrvlilo llMil 4:S0 ..
Ixswis Centre 11:24 4:40
nela'aro j Ar 8:40 A If 11:45 5:00 ,
neiaaro.. jLy S.D5 n.M 6M ,
AbIiIov 14:14 Pit 6:30
Cardlngton ....8:31 2:8H 5:40
Gileiul 12:38 6:57
Gallon 4:05 1:0.1 0:85
CreallnA Ar 4:15 AH d 1 :1 8 6:80
8holby 4:45 1:50 7:43
Now London... 6:25 2:24 8:18
Wellington 5:4T 8:4-1 8:43
Lo tirango : 0:110
Urafton 0:10 M ' 8:18
Ilorea -, .:7 - 8:H 0:5(1
W.'A O. W. VuTM i:0S 10:22
Cleveland ..ArU7:10 AH 4:00. PH 10:30 PM
Cloveland.Lv AI7:80AxAi:4:50pH 10:45 PM
Erie ..Arl0:20 7:10 . 135AM
Dunkirk 11:50 9:10 S-60
Iiuiriilo d 1:10PM 10:35 4:00
Bur. (vl"rlo)Lvii:80PM ...,.... 5:00 A U
UornellsvilloArS 5:45 8:25
Corning 7:25 9:40
Elmlra 8:00 10:1 '
liinghnmton... .10:05 12:0pm
New York... Art :00 ah 7:26p H
YC & ll u( Lv 8:05 411 :80p "BK10 A H
ltocllL8tor..A4:iO, 1:35a mB7:08
SyracuBO....(..,7:10 ,4:10. 9:85
Utlca 9:20 0:00 11:10
Schenectady... .12:00 H:O0
Alhanv 12:40 AH 9:45 D 8:01 p H
New York... .0:45 I:40p M 11:20 rH
Boston. 8:30 A H 5:20 p h 6:80 PM
Close connootlona mado at Columbus with
the Columbus & Hocking Valley Uallroad.
Through Tickets for sale at Athena.
BQrPalace Day and Sleeping1 Can
'i' 'On All Trains.
For liartlcular nilormation in regard to
through tickets, time, eonnuittlona, etc, to all
points East. Wcxt, North and South, apply to
or addruHS E. FOltl), Coliimhus, Ohio.
E. 8. FLINT, Gon.Sup't
General A gout, ( oliinilius, Ohio.
I'aaaonger Agi)nt,01unibua. Ohio.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad
Great Throngh Paaeng;er Railway
to all Point West, Northwat and
riils Is tho Short Line via Indlanapella.
The Great Through Mail ani EicnrpsiPss
aenger Lino to St. I, on is, Kanaus City, St, Jfpj
soph, Denver, San Francisco, und all poluts in
MiNsourl, Kunsas and Colorado.
Tho shortest and only direct route to In
illaniipolis, Lafayette. Torre Haute, Cain
hriilgoCity, Sprluglieid, Peoria, Ilurllngton,
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and all points
iu the Nortbwmt.
Tho Indianniiulls. Cincinnati & Lafayette.
Railroad, with its con mictions, now offers'
pusiiitngora moro lacllltioa iu Through Coach
and Sleeping Car Horvlco than ny wilier lino
I'roin Cincinnati, having the advantage of
Throtifli Dally Cars from Cincinnati to St,
Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph,. Peoria, Jlu
llngton, Chicago, Omaha, and all Intermediate
points, presenting to Colonists and Families
such comforts and accommodations aa are
aQ'orded liy no other routo.
Through 1'ickc And Baggage Chocks to all
Trains leavo Cliiciiiuati at 8tlW g, m-i :1B P
ln, and 7:30 p. ni.
Tickets can ho obtained at No. 1 Burnot
House, corner Third and Vine, also, at Dupnt,
corner Plum and Pearl streets, Cincinnati.
lie sure to purchase tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati St, I. n fay otto ltuilroad,
U. .. UAItKINUER,
'..:!.. Gon'l T'tAg't, Cln.
ST. LOUIS R. R.
. 0. a U. V. DIVISION.
Timo Tablo To take effect at 3:45 a. m., Mon.
, , day, November 3d, 1N73.
' OOIN0 KAST,
tk Exp, Aco.
LontTcincinnatl.... 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
. " Morrow 12:15 p. in. :10 "
ClarkBvlllo.... 12:43 " :40 "
" Wilmington .. 1:10 " 7:08
" Keesvillo 1:84 " . 7:80 "
" Washington... 8:11 " 8:WI "
" New Holland . 2:811 " 8:33 "
' " Wllllamsport. 8:57' " 8:54 "
" Clrclevlllo.... 8:18 " :1S
" Lancaster 4:80 " 8:30 a. in.
"' N. Lexington. 6:20 ' 9:27 "
Putnam :80 " 10:80 "
" anesvlllo .... 7:05 ' 12i40p.ni.
Arr. Dresden Jun.. 8:00 " 1:85 ."
Leavo Pittsburg 8:10 ft. ni. 8:10 "
Arr. llarrlshurgli.. 18:20 p.m. 5:00 . in.
Baltimore 4:10 " 8 no u
" Washington ., 5:45 11 10:10 "
" Phllailcrphla... 4:30 " 9:10 11
I. M.im ti .n.ii.i .. . .
XUIXV.,.., I ,W U. Ill,
'' 1 Exn. 1 ' Acn.
Leavo Dresden Juno, 8:10 a.m. 4:U0n.m,
" Znnesvlllo 9:00 ' 4 '58
" N. Loxington, 0:59 " 5:58 "
" Lancastor 11:00 " 7:18
" Clrclevlllo.... 12:00 m. 5:80a.m.
" Wllllamsport. 12:22 p. in, 5:54 "
" . New Holland. 18:45 0:17
" Washington .. 1:18 6:48
' Heesvllle 1:50 7:21
" Wilmington. .. 8:10 " 7:45 "
' Clarkavlllo...,' 8:32 8:11
" Morrow 8:58 " 8:40 "
Arr. Cincluuatl... .. 6:00 " '10:60
1 CO. WAITH. BuDorlitundont
M. MOUMTS, Master Transportation.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R.
Short Line to th Lake aud the North
. TWO EUPKESsTllAINS DAILY,
Ai followai '
- . J Dnnnrfc . DnnsrL
Alliens. 0:30 a. in. 1 8:15p.m.
' ' . Arrive , ,, Airlvo.
Coliimhus IfclOa. m. - 1 6:50 p.m.
Cleveland' ......... 9:85 a. m, ' ' .7:10 a.m.
Plttaburgh. ...... 7:20 " ,, 8:15a.m.
Indianapolis fl:50 8:55 "
Chicago a. in. . 8:45 "
Aenia i.,. ,.iv.nn p. m. ;n p. in.
Springfiulir 18:15 p.m. 8:10 p.m.
Uaytou .. ...i.... iM , :S0 ,
' Clnsa connection maileat Lancaster for Clr.
r.levlllo, Kaiicsville and all point on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections inailo at coiuinmia rot
Davton.' fliirlnirllohl. Iiidlananolls. Chicago
ami all iioints West. Also, for Cleveland,
llnfrnlo, PIltHhiirgh, and all points East. ,
Tak the Hockiiig Valley and Pan Handlo
route to Chicago and the Nortliwost; It la the
shortcut by alxly-slx miles, giving passengers
thd hnnotlb of ciulckor' timo and lowor rates
tlianhyaAy'pW.VuB " "'
X A BcBLti Gou'l Ticket A neat.
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