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l.iw to lifm win Hud lo copies witn
A.(H to whoever will send ! copies with 40 0(1
IDW to whoever will tend SOoonies with..,, 100 00
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r Squat, -.11 .1 '' 1
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' DAILY,
for mob Insertion, per aquare, 7 entg ' '
rtotiresof leaths, Meenta, ,
;Mleesof Marriaces.MeentS.
V.lt.inn. NntiftM SO ent.
"Advertisement. Inserted every other dev. every
tkiH day, and untie a week, will booharged 11.00 pr
Mnm, eaon. insertion., ."' .
-Business Notloeein I,oealeolumn.0eenhiBerllns
rch insertion. No Wotio Iom uoi i.w.
, .t,:WKKLY ,.'''.
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1,M per square each insertion. ."' '
BaiineasNotioeeWo.na par line each Insertloi.
V Utieles than i.00. - ' "
Legal advrtisiBnt will beoharged regular rats.
V . .... i t.. ...
IT All TSANSTarwT advartlaements mill be Mid
for, hereafter, l the time they ar ordered, otliar
(.. h. will not ir in the rDr. Tbli rale
aillbngidlyedbrd toUalleaee. There wUl be
eewaevtioa. - i . ' '
RATES OF ADVERTISING. Race Between a Locomotive and
a Prairie Fire.
Georsre W. Butienr, vho recently wit-
rtcsed a prairie lire, writing to the Detroit
Advertwer and J ribune, says oi ii: t
About seVen o'clock at night I took pas
sage on the Dixon Air Line railroad. The
train had proceeded but a lew miles from
the city of Chicago when we overtook
Are on the prairie. It was a bitter night;
the wind waa blowing., hard, and the snow
was; falling, but the tall, stifl dry (fl-ass of
the prairie itoou uijruaoove ine nun sneei
or anow on grounu, ana ine names
spread with jtreat rapidity. There wag a
broad margin between our track and the
riviT of fire that awept before the wind.
The line of flame waa about half a mile
in Jehgth, and now and then it made tuch
rapid progress it . seemed to keep
vace-vitik-.lh .train, - It was a - pic
turesque and grand race between the
Are steed or tne prairie arm me iron norse.
The former hail no delays to make at sta
tions, side tracks and crossings, the latter
had the advantage of human brain to do
its thinking and pilot it. On. on they sped
through the thick -and stormy night. One
crat klingjand 'whispering la the wind,
acarhigi ahdj driving away .every living
thing in IU path, the other neigning ana
pressing forward with a tread which shook
the ground and made-the light In the near-e-t
window quiver like aspen leave. One
flared its banner of flame in the sky and
tossed its tore lies a pon the crisp air, warn
ing! tot. approaching danger and light 1n
which to escape to a safe retreat, the other
with its mane of smoke and breath ofsparks,
anoMtseye in Its forehead, dashed along in a
meteoric shower ofsparks. It was "poetry I n
niutioa" ringing with the rhythm of pro
gress, whose sound Is mnslc married to the
couplet of Iron, in the iron epic of an ad
vancing age. , Our locomotive gained the
race at last, and we telt the fiery cavalry in
the- distance, fighting with the wind and
the snow, and leaping over creeks and
pond in its eocrse making bon-fires ot
the lone hay stacks that stood, like Lot's
wife, within, the reach of innumerable
spears of flame. Before it waa borne a
crimson flag that lit up the heavens; be
hind It was a charred and blackened wake
of cinders. -Whether it sweped away any
human habitations In its path, I cannot say
but It was most attractive sight, and so
full cf suggestion 1 have been tempted to
give a brief account of It. '
HA llC H T O NVS
assy
IftAU&HTONBUILDING.l't
j3 ' T o rt us .
J AIRES N ArOHTON WISHES TO RE
turn thaaas loth patrons of the above well
known (tore, and to sol wit a continuance of their
favors, . (tiling axle proprietor of the building as
well a basinets, be ean afford tosell for a much low
en profit than any bourn i n town, and customers can
depend upon naointj at all times a cood stock of sea
amiable goods, and will receive snob prompt atten
tion at the band, of his elerks and aasiatants as will
avtsure visitore to his establishment that they are in
deed duaJing in '- ;
ab"iyw 01sas Otoroi
'"ftTierecaji alwavs be found.
VBKS . GOODS, w SHAWLS,
CLOTHS, .-CASSIMERES,
IADJJI3' ,C10AM OF OOfi 0W MAES.
Ala. Hosiery and Fancy UoeJe of erery deeeription
. , JAIME NAVCHTON.
US and i Soath Ilirh Ntrcet, .
febM COLUMBOa, 0I1I0.
.!! I )
SO PVJRf
aatl iat
TTATIKIO PURCHASED THE INTER
XX sai
of P. M. Outohea in the Caxriag Making
Shop.
Comer cf Fair & linn Allejs,
Between Broad and Gay and High and Front streets.
I aaa iow,f rf an4 ( auUu . . ' i . .
BUGGXE3i CAIlliiAGIlS;
EprlajTajossjiiid KoadAYagons"
On the best possible lerais ss cheap as eaa be dons
fjstkir"-
jj3 op'Aac set x'; c;:
f all klmlf don a short notice. ' .' ' '' 'J r
i.ily25-i r . THOMAS ABDER80W.
EIA1 ' TOUtt OWN IJC3UT.
Tte C-s-cllne CU ' Company,
Are bow prepared tosell licensee for tli (nanuXa--
ture of thalr solubraUiil ,.,.-, ..,. i
Which can be made enywher. By anybody, at S
oat or But fWSNTY-riVB OS UTS A 84LL0H. In
anany places tor aaaoh lees.' It burns without smell
r ainiike. makiw a uure brilliant light than kero
Mn. will burn ia inr Ismo. is not KDliisiva. will
not soil the bn.t ti.rn, will iurn wita or witboni
acniinne. Tue biwt illuminating oil in tbe world.
1 ie hundred tnonanrt people are using it. . A fox-
iuoeforan'hixlr, itwiileost you ijiiigfo try it,
kfjaloa s atiuup tr a deanrintive oireular. -
Add;; CANNLLIfe OILIJOMPANTt
. SB'a Wdluaawaj,iow Xuxk.
01
j WAUTnM.iTaVnAUla' wuoHTpw ,irt Vf 'V
h u " ; " a o i'
CARRIAGE MAKING SUOP.
a
aovSl-Ai3ui
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l -.1- ' ' 'I tit
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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
8howlns thearrival id depwrtorenf trnTni kt Oo
fa.ubu. Ohio. On enrt ater ilondajr, Nov. 1, Wt.
. miii will run M follows i; ,
.1 ttle iri'iaiui U Celambm 4c Xenla II. K.
... . iKAVa.'- laniva-
inclrnntl, Derlon.Riohrji'd,
i Ohifltllt". 'irolTille, l.en- , i- .
earlrr, IlilUlioro and Chll-
licothe 8:50 a. m. V;10 a. m,
Ui'ioinnetl. D(rton A Rioh- ).,
' - p-ond, Spriugfield via
Xeniit.. 0:00a.m. S.45a.m
,C'inoliintl,I)STtnn,H:chmM,
IndiftnAnnliRRnrl Hillflhoru'. ' : 1 ' '
'Chilioutheand Mariott ...11:00a. m. llKWa.tn.
Cincinnati. lRton, Spring- : .'
flrld via Jiomlnn. :40p. m. S:10p. ra
, Cinoinreti, l)rlon, Richm'd
. Jndiantpolii i Cjloiio....llii0p m ' ;S0p.m.
' T- I-OUGH. Agent.
Clercland, Colnmbua i Ciu'tl (. n.
-NIM Epre-s .....H:4S A.M. 9:1 A. M
KewYork KxrreM 11:10 A.M. . 1:S0 P. M,
l.;l mr,A t:.nrM, 3 00 l. M. : B:S P. M,
No. 1 Accommodation.. . 60 A. M. 7ao P.M.
JAMES PATTKRSON Aent,
Jlaltlmare A: Ohio KalIroad( Central
unio vivimiod.
tfo. 1 Mrnlnv Exprem Ka-t SIS A.M. 118 1'.M,
K .,... .ml U.il Emit 11 no M. 10:40 A. M
o. 17 Zaneerille Ao'm'tion- S30 P. M. a 18 A. M.
IT, A,."fc .
PIttebnrt:, ColambBi ic Cln'ti n.K.
UhtninsExpreM..... ISfloM. ISilOA.M
Wil . Anemnmndallon S:0AA.M. 8:W P. M
New Tork Express 11:40 A.M. litis P. M.
This train runs Sunday night, and not on Satur
dft7'"i s ..' . " ' J. B. PETERS. Acent
L'elambai and Indianapolis Central
Hallway.
NIchtKxprMS.. 11:68 P.M. 8J0A. M.
Pittsbura KxpreM snd Ao- , .
commiKlitinn 4:50 A.M. H&lA. M.
I)a KxpreM H:40 . M. 11:40 A.M.
Chicago KxpreM... ..MOP.M. 11:00 A.M.
I ,. u. A. aiuu. aneni. 1
Sandnekri Manaflel A Newark R.Bc
;. ARKIV ATNKWARK. LIATB NSWABK.
Exprens.: UW Nicht. : A. M.
. Accommodation..lO:lS A. M. , t ll:SOA.M..
Mail.. 4M P.M. ' 18:15P.M.
.i, i A.W.DmNis, Agent.
and Arrival of Mails
AT THE
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
. ., ARRIVBS.
Eaxteni Thrnnth Mails, m. r. w.
OCA C. K. K Il:'i0 10:4i
Eastern WajF Maila, C. O.
k 0. R. K... 11:05 ....
Northwest, ria Kt.W. A C
C. C. 6.K.R....:......ll.-05 ....
Chiraxo, ria CP. 41., 0.
: I!.A(Lk.E 4:45 ....
CLOSXS,
A. M. r. M.
1230 7 JO
15:30
7:30
7:
1-M
Little Miami R.R. through j1.
l ittle Miami R. R. Way.. .11:15
S:!t
9:30
IS M
1:15
11:40
C O. K. R . Newark,
ZaneavlllsA Wheeling..
U. O. lUli.. Wa
(J. P.A I., thmnzh A war.
Circleville, CbiUteothe A
' Portsmouth
Lancaster, Ohio
East ay, National Road.
Mt. Vernon War, Wester-
i rilla. Ao
North Coluinbui and Clin
Uinrille 11:15
HflO
t:S0
7 JO
7-JW
7:30
lojo
10:10
7.-O0
10:00
12:30
12:S0
12 JO
M
WasbiD(tonC.H.,viaHar-
i riADarg. (tri-weeRiK.v.i
I I arriros Mondays, Wed
nesdays, k Fridays, and
learea '1 uesdays. Thura-
' dare and Saturdayi. ...
... S.-00
7J0
Centre Village, (tri-week-i
ly.) Tuesdars.Tbaradays
: and Saturdays .....)
11 M.
11J0
Orncs HorRS. Office opena at IX o'clock A. M.,
'and closes at VA P. M. Sundays. opena at84 A. M
- and oloaes at H A. N.
P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
CUNARD. STEERAGE, r LINE.
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND lV
ERPUOL.eallingat.QCfclNSTtWH. .; : J
I Fron New York erery Wednesday.
From Liverpool every Tuesday
j From Quee istown every Wednesday.
Kates of PASSAoa.-Cabin, (g Id). ' Steer
age, tto (cirreue-). Steerage tickets lrom LiTer
p ol or tju en 'town at low iata.
Dral'ta lorsaleon Oreat Britain ana Ireland.
1 For Steerage .aasage, ap.ly to , .,. 'r
No 69 Broadway, New York, or to
KIC1IE9 cV HIOOBE, Agents,
Wn'Sor South High street Columbus, Ohio. ,
denl7-dly .
, . : GREAT BEVOIaTTlON
Wine Trade of the United States.
! .
IVItE CALlFpnNlA 'fJLAMPAGNE,
Made and prepared as if don in France, from pure
California Wme,nd taking the plaoe of Imported
Champagne.
- The undersigned "Would call the attention of
Win Dealers and Hotel Keepers to the following
letter, wh.chmaj gire a eonec t idea of the quality
of their Wine: .
"Costihintal HoTiL, Philadelphia, Oct. 15. 18G
"Messrs. BorjCHsm A Co. Stnttemmt Hav
ing giTen your Calilornia Chmtagne a thorough
test. c take pleaearain aayimr that w think it the
' beat Ajnerioan Wine we ha eer used. We shall
at n plaoe it on our bill of fare.
, " i ours, truly.
' "J. K. klNGSLET A CO."
) CALLand TRY ourCalifornla Champagne.
BOlCnEKACD.,
Bev11-d3m ' ' ' to DEY STREET. K. Y.
HELP AN ARMLESS SOLDIER,
THE I NDERSIGNEO, AN ARMLESS
soldier, wbo lost hia arms at Lookout Moun
tain, baa invent, j and patented a
! SILVERING FLUID,.
Forsilver-p'alingall articles of plated ware, such
as spoons, forks, German silver, tea sets, cups,
' ptate, la .op lops, belle, door knobs, or brass ware ot
any description, better and cheaper than by any
other process, and will last looser. Can b applied
by any one on any article of metal. Put up in but.
ties, with proper directions, and sent anywhere
prepaid on reeipt of ONE DOLLAR. Kaon bottle
Contains 60 cents worth of pur silver. Sad will last
a family many years. ...
HELP AN A Bin LESS SOLDIER.
Address: SCHUYLER HARBORy.
noV-i I -dA w3m Poughke?sie, flew York.
CHEAP PASSAGE
. I TO AMD FHOJ4
.GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND
TAPSCOTT BROS. Ac CO. IS KmiGKA.
tion and Foreign bxchanse Office, 80 SOUTH
STREET. and 23 BROADWAY. 'EW 0RK.
Draft on England, Ireland, Scatlaaal
-...- ana Wale.
Tapraott's Favorite Lin of Liverpool PackoUsait
svery three days. - -
XLINE OF LONDON PACKETS
SAIL EVERY TEN DAY'S,
; ALS0. S7.6XS4MS1UP BAILIXQ WtSSLT. ,
i .TaT Parties wishing to send for their friends or
remit money to the OLD CO LA Till, can do so at
the lowest rates, by apotying to
UAJLE1T. THOMPSON efc CO , r
lebe-nriy uansera voiomnua.
.""Paving .Notice
74 all whom U nutf Cmer :
I " ' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
"' I ,-CoLoaca,Oiiio, Ueokll, 18Sj-
Notice ia hereby gfren thatproeeeditigi bar been
lnstiteted in the City Council of Columbus, fur
soaking She following loipreyeinents, U-wit:
For grating and paving the nnpaved aidewalks,
(utter. and,crosaings on Park at met f rem tfr C A 1.
M. R. H. hridte to North Publio lane- Also, for
graveling tbe roadway of Third street from South
Street to Kossuth street.
n The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by lh CityCivilEoei
aser. Sod filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming dauiagas oa aceeant of said
proposed iniprnvemcnta, are mjuireil to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk in writing, on or be-
lor the fourth aay of t ebiuary, A. II. 1H7.
L.K. WILSON,
City Clerk.
decH-dltw4
'aTi'gost;
-ALL OCa STOCK OP
EURS & ROBES.
0J.IITII t COITHAD.
;.: janl-dlnjlT T A T NEItTllOSjIIB.
jlUiim-''iiiirjf; of Coba
voQdaoTtKl By IB ppanisa usvoxluaSlit, i
$3C0,(XJ0 N GULOCIIAWN EVEIIY 17 DAYS
' Prices cashed and information furnished, tut
hiahest rats paid tor jiouoiovna sua aui siattaol
' Ooldaadttilver; also, for all JioTerninent Hecuri-
i - T 1 V I f IU A lift
iai ijvm. a uv. i ,
Hankers, ia WsiUu A.Voik.ii
1
if
a a
.3 II '
v.ua .
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J ...l.i-JI
PROFESSIONAL.
ATTORNEY AT ILAW
NO. II7 South High St..
novio-dly
IIP STAIRS.
- A. W. GRAHAM, ,
ATTORNEY ' AT LAW.
, OFFICE With Hbnbv C. Kobi.K. Esq., '
COLUMBVS, OHIO.'
Prompt attention given to business,
auKl4-dtf
S. W. ANDREWS,
Att or ne v at Law.
OFFICE-In the nuckcjra Itlock, .
CORNER OF HIGH AND BROAD STREETS,
' Entrance on Tligh stroet.' ' ma.ll-dly
, LEGAL NOTICE.
JAMES G. BULL,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE No. 1SI South lllsrh Street.
JCSr Especial sttcntioa paid to Convkvinoino
Snd tiOLLKCTINO. uij. to-uli
THOS. O. THURMAN,
Attorney at Lair tt Notary Public.
. JUDGE THVltmAN'S OFFICE! "
No. 282 , South High Street.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
, may7-dly ..,
SAUL S. HENKLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
COI.tTMIlIJM, O.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE 8CPHEBIE
and Inferior Courts, and will collect claims
against the State and Fedoral Uorcrnment.
OFFICE Ao. 37 Ea.-t State street, opposite the
State House. nnvlT-dly
GEO. W. ANDREWS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WAPAKONETA,
' Anartaime To.. O.
i PracUae la ths Co or of Westur Ohio
ahS-tf
DK. C.C. SHARP,
Eclectic Physician & Surgeon,
OFFICE ,
On Fourth street, between State and Broad, in J.
Miller's Office.
RssiDKifci No. 46 South fourth street.
sepl 1 -
OTTO DRESEL,
Attorney at Law & Notary Public.
OFFICE, No. 247 South High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
- n a i ai. v i n.n
sti OuSlnOKa aunv in in iikiiiu iiih vjui lusui
lirurn-Rca. SpecitU Attention riven to Colleotion.
laD.ia-aiy
J. G. NEIL,
Real Estate Broker.
V . 'W. .B, An.vv WWrW
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
!
STr Negotiates Sales and Leases of Real Estate.
Loans on Mortaf ea, Ao.
jun's dom
BUSINESS CARDS.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
J. B. FITZGERALD,
(Late Cutter for J. Gunderahein.er.)
CORNER OF HIGH AND L0N3 8TRZETS,
Millers A Joyce's New Block, (up stairs.)
oetll-d3m COLUlfBrS.
THE VERANDAH.
SALOON, TEN PIN ALLEY,
AND
SHOOTING GALLERY.
CHARLES I. GREEN, Proprietor:
Ho. 39 East State St. Colombus O. (aepM-tf
SALOON AND RESTAURANT.
AUCUST HENNEBO,
No. 13 Wen Ureud Ktreet,
(South side).
Importer of Fine Liquors & Cigars,
. WHOLESALE A.H D RETAIL,
iune9B-dtf-r
NEW YORK CITY
Advertising Agency.
B. WILSON.
OFFICE, - No. Ill Broadway,
jrSWIOBK.
WILL PRO CUKE ADVERTISE.
MENTS for Northern. Western and Southern
papers at the usual price, and will make prompt re-
urns.
Thou paperi trUhlnj a tKan of my burtntst vill
eoner a favor by publithinff tAU actios aaxt asaet.
ing ms a copy 0 th paper.
SrSKSNCI (ST rismssiON)!
Hox. 8. F. C1IASK. Chief Jnetiee. '
Hon. VVM. DENMSOM. Y. U. (ieneral
Hon. 8. 8 COX.
maySt-dtf .
WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE,
Liquors of all Kinds.
TEW TEAR OLD BOURBON WHISU
ky. Thirty barrels pur IS years old Bourbon
Whisky. Also, tweuty-fiv barrels pur 8 to U
years
Monongahela Whisky,
of the best brands. Will be sold by th demijohn,
keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Win and other
Liquors, by
LACELLE, ROSS 4c CO.. :
TU South Hi ah street.
deeMT
L. 0. BAII.CT.
i. a; TBOMvsosr. . 1. 1. shitb.
BAILEY, THOMPSON & CO.,
r ! BANKERS,
No. IU S. High St, Columbus, 0.,
GEHERALBhRKIRG HUD COLLECTION BUSINESS,
. ; pist in
Ferelgrn and DomeatleETctiana;e, Ger
srnmeni isooaa, sjom aaaa ,
Uncurrent Money.
MOT COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTEXDIB
to and remitiertioron tne day or payment.
mayJH-dttm-juneSl 1
Auction and Commission Room
rriUEUlIIEKSIil'IEDIIAVE OFE1VEP
X , n Auction and Commiasio Moom as . , i
, Wo. 144 XantTowss Hireei,
where they are prepared to do A general Auction
and Commission business. .:; . .
Sales of all kinds of property promptly attended
to, either in eity or country.
Household Furniture sold every market morning
.1 t.ha room. flDDimcDfliof at 7 o'eloekr- -
i Also, Furniture repairod and varnished on ths
sbofteat notice sua juvst rconaie terms. .
. -it. - TURNKY 4 HIMOtr," ',
nohl-t t t'f '" Bo. US Esut Town btroct
. 1 1 -it Hi-1' . ' 1 i -
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1
rllE . ATTENTION OP DEALERS)
Hotel Keepers and Families desirous of obtain
ns ehoi co Teas at reasonable rates, is rospectlulll
" COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF ' '
6REEi black and natural leaf; teas:
'Vhloh we off or In orlsinal caokaa-ea. or in auanti
' ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified tnsayint
. that we nover tan to meet all renonaoie expocla
lions, and while orders are eonitt&ntly ooming in f
''Just auch Tea as, you icnt us before,"
'complaints rarely occur. ' Persons who, as a matt
of taste, or from hvnienio considerations, use Ills
Tea, often find it dilhoult to get a good article. , t
.'.''OUR 'caiOICB .
BLACK, TEAS";
cannot be ereellcd, and have established reputa
tion for us wherever we havoaold them.
, OUR NATURAL LEAFS '
ST of the purest nd sweetest chops, ana boins
cured in the sun are free from the deleterious of-
feet produced by contact with copoer.
A full line of staple and fano; Groceries always
n nana at lowest inarset pricea. .
brooks; H1ERI0N & CO.
CrHOOXlHS,
TSo. 873 South lli&I Ht.
sur3 (Corner Friend.) - '
M'COLM, MILES & POXiLDS,
1 DEALERS I!f
Every Variety of Family Supplies,
IMTORTED AND DOM13TIC ' ..
Wines. Brandies, Cigars, etc.
Troprielors Columbos Powder Magazine,
AGENTS FOR 8AI.K OF
Pliipps & Co.'s Sugar Cured Ilanis.
Always on hand, the best brands of . , . ..
AVIIITi: WlllvAT riiOI R,
Winn: itosr,"
-SSOW IXAHi;n clc.
ITcsdquartcrs for
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS.
ORDERS SOLICITED,
All roods delivered, frco of charge, to any part of
0" ' U'COLM. MILKS A M'DOXALPS,
Vii and Via South Uighslreot. '
BOVlS
A. R. ANO-1. 0. W. DOUTT.
NE W
FAMILY GROCERY
nAVIHG PCRCnASEDTHE ENTIRE
stock and fixtures of I), tiayden. So. 30 North
tiigh street, we ate adding a
XjXLXxGtJEI 8TOOK
-OF-
Fine Family Groceries,
... i ...
Fresh from the Eastern cities W also Intend to
keep on hand at all times asupplv of t'ouotry Pro
duce of every dedcription. e respectfully call the
attention of
Families, Hotel and Roardin g House
Keepers,
To our Stock of Goods, and invite them to examine
and learn our pricea before purchasing elsewhere.
In addition to the above, we have opened a , ,, . ,
LARGE FEED STORE
And keep on hand CORN. OATS. BRAN. Ac, Ac,
and will in a short time be prepared to furnish any
thing in our line of businoss at tb lowest market
rates, Mlrtrtdfrt of charge.
mehW-dif AJTOLE A DODTY.
HOTELS.
PHILLIPS HOUSE,
SOUTHWEST COR. RUIN AND THIRD STREETS,
DAYTON,' OHIO.
L. REIBOLD, Proprietor.
C. O. McMillen, Chief Clerk.
ocm dtf r
I. OAHDNKR J. H. DSNalAN.
AMERICAN HOUSE.
GARDNER. Ac DENIflAN Proprietor.
' NEWARK. OHIO.
mchUl-dtf - ' . .
ST. rJICHOLAS,
POKHRRLT Bt CKlNOnAM BOUSB,
East Side of the Public Square,
NEWARK, OHIO.
JOHN KOOS, - - - Proprietor.
octl6-dlf .
HIGH STREET HOUSE,
No. 178 - - North High Street,
. Between North and Spring streots,
COECiriBX'S, OHIO.
JOHN H. REEL & CO.,
juneT-dtf
PROPRIETORS.
WALNUT : STREET HOUSE,
! CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
HAVING LEASED AND PET THIS
Hotel in first class order, the proprietors solicit
ths patronage of the public, feeling eonttdont that
the accommodations cannot be surpassed by any Ho
tel ia the city.
" 8. E. CRITTENDEN A CO.,' ',
, . : ' Proprietor.
Cincinnati, April W.18SS. ' aprl30-dtf-r
ALLSHKR, . T. A. MATTBSWS
i LaUof ataaoaCo.,Ky " Of AUyivill, lay,
"! I LaU of Alt. sterling. Ky.
Ulcrchants' Hotel, ;
.it (VOSatlSLTPSHMlSOll HOOSSj ,.r '
,v ALLEHEtt,' i SELSO S & "CO.' Prbpflclori,
, FIAh Street isestr. Ulalsa,' '. ;. ,
''hX3XOlXa.XX4vti OAxlO ':
SHTThli House having been thoroughly repaired
ovated and newly furoiahed, I now open. ,
4HftW'S-Sf j.. . .i. I'. .:
l i ..... ii .1 -.y.i - ' ' : i- 'A
r j FOR SALE. , V.
A .Good Steam Saw Llill,
Tlf COOD RUNNING ORDER, MTU
A at at Urang Htation, JUelawar county, Uhio
U miles north of Columbus, Also, one . , .
Two Story Uriclc IIousso,
On Seventh street, belweon South street and South
I'uDUC lane, in tne city ot lolutuuus. ajio, a t
;" '' ' lloutso audXiot, : .;. --
Cn Seventh treat: in front of th Irish Catholl
Olmroh. " . . ;
. l or particulars, inqnir t ths ofljo of this paper
I WXUS -
DR. GEO. M. DOHSEY,
'-' j iidMEOiAtmo "..'
PHYSICIAN, m, SMCEOtt.
' lnVITPVruu.n'a ltl.ub Kl.l.' .nS lttnt,
tioctiiupstaVB,,,, y ,,i, 1.; hi-jauS-UU
.4 M.i--
i.i.Li-S .'If.
SUV
OtlACK'8 BT0MACH B1TTKRS, alter
yenrs of cxtorin6 ;aimI triitl, have
proven to 'bo tlio best wincily exliir.i
lor Mil t-oiiiiliiiiita where tt Ionic ami
stimulant are if iiulrcil, 'I lu-y timer
lull to atreutlieu the wwik, iuimrl
R
.-II
vigor to the strong, and In all re.'peeta '
rextore shuttered , mid lirokeilxlonn
eoiistlltilions. fro remedy linn lieen
received Willi as niucli fnvor as llo-
' Hrojuaoii llirrsns. In I'lilniL'o -
VKR 50,000 liottlM woro nold ly one
li-mr.liMiiuii in tlm iuimI vaiii- It its ltd
Hint lir.'HUHAtlK'H HTO.MACH HIT.
TKKS rotiiliine the iroiertlea of s
Ifunlle Inxiilivc, no ettluleul niitt-blliuus
SRent, and the best stomachic known to "
. ' ' ,. rtif o ,i ll"ll.l(U 1. 1
T
llie worio. unrtiu n in 1 1 nun ii pj j
lie ued by coiifiilewfiita to ftieiigtlien
the prOHlmtion which nlwnya folloiva nettle
! difease. Ill the
1I.KH1H ilislrlrls or the West and
Hoiiih there linn, Tor n loni; lime, hern
miii'li ni'e.loil mi nriiole of H'l'tHI.l!ll
lUrt'KltS, nhii-li, if taken in proper
.pinnlities, ami nt llie proper liinr, iae
a ante preventive of Union Fever,
Fever ami Ajrue, Llrer Complnlnt, Dys
iiepHhi, InUigoalion, Jiiiinillue, Khlnoy
IT
Complaint, anil nil diseases of aimilnr
nature; and are bettor as a praventiv
(or bilious Ueranomeiit, regulating ,
A
ND slrenglheniiie the syHtein, and el.
iiiAg tone lo tlio ilieslivo oriinH, lliim
any other known ieliie.lv. Now Hint
the wnr ia over, there a ill 1 Ihouuimls ,
aeekiiiK homes in the Hniith. No per. -sou
w ho villous Ills lifeslieuld go there
without having eonslnntly nt hand the
IUTTF.KS, as n snlcgimnl nKnliixt epi.
Hemic ami nifllmlies eiiKonilvred by ml
anm ami pnlliited wnler. Tmvclera
and nil roaidoulsof the milk rivor-bottom
.
T
G
OUNTIES of the West an. Ponlli, and
the vol lov of the Minnisxippi nn. I 1 .
rilmliirieii, xhoiihl proviilo tlieinsetvea
with Hie HITI KItS. 'Miere Is prol.il.ly
no one iliKenso Willi whii'li iiiiinkiml Ate .
- ulllictcd Which is tliesourco ofi-o iiiimy
silmeiita as drspepsln, or aa (t la more
t la more M '
inch, and Hi'
oily than' H"l
Tiny are IVi
commonly called four Htoin
there la no more eertnin remo.
Itolmek'a Hlotnncli Itinera,
Uevor known lo fiiil. '
IXQ CITOIjKRA linw always been
iiiiii li iliemled by the puhlin, anil
people Imve resorted to till minuter
of itieilieloea to arrest the pinnresa, .
but with lillle aiieresH. A sum cure
and preveulivo is to be found in the
use of- Dr. HOTUCK'S SCANDINA
VIAN IIICMKIill'X Keep the bowels
n-n W illi the Tilts, ami invigorate the
avsteni by free nc of the Blnmtieh
liitlers, or, if the blood be thin, line the
l'urilicr.
R
SUCH nn Invaluable remeily should be
kept in every f.imily. Keep Ih sysli'in
in full vigor and nothing ia lo he fi-nred
from disease or cholera. TUB OI.L
UKI,IAI1I,K. Io not lie deceived by
. purchasing Any of llie quaclt nostrums ;
O, O
tinder the various names of Jlillera.
S
Purchase, none other but fir. HOKACK'S
STOMACH BITTERS, which are com.
pounded of the purest drugs, and in
which th afflicted can rely.
.BETTER!-
U. S. PROPRIETARY MEDICINE COfllPM,
(8nccesors to 0. . Eolack,)
, ".' '' BOLE PROPBIETOB8,
Kn.BG.BZ, 00 ami 0 Eat Third Street,
. CINCINNATI, O. r
, .. , ' ! -
Are Sold by all Druggists and
" Dealers in Patent Medicines . ,
EVERYWHERE.
may28-dtwwly-e4thw
B
K
PETER MARTIN'S
; PATENT 1IION.C1.AD '
WARM AIR FURNACE,
i
FOR WARMING
Dwellings, Stores, Churches, School Fundings,
Hals, Court fouses, fublio UuUtUngs
of all kinds &o. . .. ,
Replenished with Fuel but once a week : requiring
I L-..l Ii. ......
iUSO f UU hU.ll I1J UUIUI I A I.4WBVV
1 bef re invented. .
Pure. Fren, 1'nburnt Atmoapliere,
Algnt a sitty. winisui me
. . fjsuai Trouble ana At
tention. I)Y AW INGENIOUS CONTHIVAKICF,
oricinaline with the Inventor ot this Furnace.
sll the cold air is made to pass through water on its
way to the cold air chamber, thus cleansing it of
every particle of ilust, so that it enters tlio room as
pure as though it was on the mountain's top. I'll y
sicians praise it, and recomtnond it on aocount of
Its rjealtn-iuipirlttiff, tendency.
The amount of Fuel reoiiircd bv this Furnace to
wsnnailwellingof from nine to thirloen rooms, is
no greater than is required brone grate; and it
rives an even, sutumcr-like tooiporaturf, oightand
day, in all parts of the house.
Alter several seasons' use, this Furnace has fully
established iU claim aa the most desirablo Warm
ing nnd Ventilating Apparatus In aso. Hunting
anthracite or bituminous coal, coke or wood equally
won. upon the true principle o eoonjmy alow
combustion of a largo mass of fuel it secures an
evenno-s and freshness of temporaturS, a eteady
flow of pure, clean, unburnt air, night and day.i
while the furnace itself will not burn out or require
repairs for many years. Tho correctness ot the
above is certified to oy the written testimonials of
many leading citisens of this and othereities, which
will ne iurnisnea wiin musiraieu uesuriiihi.q
oamoMet. oriealiit. An.. oon anollratlon by mail.
or at Noa. Its and 151 West ifth street.Citieinnati
Ohio. ,. rfcltK' MAIIilK, ,.
decJi-dam ' Jnvontor and Jtlauulacturor.
FOR THE LADIES.
Corsets a la Mode.
ENTIRELY, kFw STYLES
... . .
EHFKU DESIHF.S
. again to Inform the la
dies of Columbussad viotn
. ity.tbat the famous WUIt
LKY AMAZON and MAU.
AMK DIvMOKhbT UUhV.
ShXS can only be had at his
Hood hkirt HannfaotorT.
No. 21 East State Street, op.
posite the Capitol Squareof
wnicn ne naa me
liXCLTJsjIVZi WALK.
These Corset have a oelobrltr uneoualled bv anv
ethers in use, and ladies should not fail to give them
trial, as they ere not only beautiliors ot tb poi
son, but greatly advantaaeous to health.
' 1 Hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. 31 taut titats st.
. JuneUi-iltf ,
John vV.' oiikr, 1 1 '' ' Wir.son ft. Krnnom
SIlhtON SAYLSU, riSLSON BAYLStt.
i .,. 1 -ni I ":) t . M.V '"
, ... I .1 tt '
OREY, SAYLER & KENNON,!
:! .- -I:.".. ,t-i. : ' ft
li , .1- j 'f, ni -I"! fW-'-l ! .!! .1 t"
Attorneys & Cdunslors at' Law.
' ''' j I'M l-i .' ! '
t ; . i i : i -
, ...
ViO., 99 WEST TIIIRO STREET
iv.,- M.I .t '. ' t" V
i ctyciNATiXLonio., ',
novJ7d3ineod . , ...... i
wr-
k .-.: ,t.t I ,-uJ w.J -:",i- vi iU .""J - -
,
' BALTIM0RE7V0CK ."HOSPITAL
y, BAUIaioEE,' mXeTLAND
!T7STAnMSIIt.s AS A ntFI Cfi FBOn
JVUDACKKUY. THH ONLY l'UACli WHKltH
A CIJUK CAN UK 0HTA1NKD. j
fiiu rirc iliuenverAil the mrst t.ei tnirl
Hpee'dy and only Kffeotusl llomedy In the World f t
Weakness of the UaoM er Mmns, r-irir ore-, n ir
tinn of th Kidneys and Hlaililnr. Involtintiiry Dis
chsrgos, Itiportoiiov.Oeneral Debility, Nervousness
Dvspensia. I,anirur, how Spirts, CooJuJnij jif
Meat.,1' pltatloh of lh Ilcsrl, Timbl ty, jrenie-
.lin. rNi,nI,.f ,sukt ir Utd.liaSs, WseAse of the
IltadT'i'hroat, .Noje.or Skin. Affections of the l.iv-l
er. Lungs, Stoina-li or llowels thos t'rrihlo JJis-1
orders arising from Solitary llahits of ouih BS
ckbt and so'itary practices more fatal to their vio
tlms than the son. of Svrein to tho Marincis of
Ulysses, bliuhtlng tlmr most brllliaut hones or and
tioipatious, reudering marriage Ac, impossible.
ifi'ovvw mvj
Espeoiallr. who have become the victims of Snllta
ry Vice that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually svicepUo an uni in elr grave thousands of
ynongnietiO the most esaltext talouts anil hrllliaitt
in Ui1 k. t, whoeiuihtothorwise have ontraneed list
ening Senates with the thunders of eloquence,
waked to costacy the living lyre, may call with
euiilidonce.
Married l'ersons or Young Men eontampl
marriass. lieine awar of fhyaiea) Weakness" v
ganio Deliililv. Defnrinities. spee.lily cured
Ho who place, himself under ths cars or Dr.
may r.llginuslycnnfl.le in his honor as a genttemai
and confidently rely upon hia skill as a phy.ioiao. -.
ORCIANIC WIUKIIMH US.
Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored.
'this distressing' Atroction whioh renders life
' ml-erableand marrlaao impossible ia the penalty
paid by theviotitnsol improper indu'geneea. Young
; porsnns are it o apt lo commit excesses from not be
. Ing aware of the dreadful corsenunncoa that may
. ensue. Now, who that understands the snhlcot, will
; protond to deny that the power of procreation ia lost
sooner by those falling into improper bahila tban by
the prudent t lleslites being deprired of the plea,
ure of healthy offspring, the m. st serious' and de
structive symptoms of both bodyand mind arise
The System boonmes dera"ged. the I'hysical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Hrocreative
Fewer, NerTous Irritability, Hyspepsla, Palpitation
of tb" Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility
and Watingnf the Frame, Cough, Consumption,
Deoay and Death.
, . . -,
in. .b-oiinsto, . .
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,
Graduate of one of the most eminent Colleges In the
United States, and the greater part of whose Mi he.
been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris. Phila
delphia snd elsewhero, has efleotpd some of the most
astonishing ourea that wero ever known : many
troubled with turning In tho head and ears hen
Ssleen, h eat nervnusnoss, b'ing si anno I at snd. Ion
Sounds, Ashfiilne." with frequent blushing, attond
ed sometin.es with derangement of mind, were cure J
mniediatoly.. . "
. .
TAKE MHTICILAR NOTICE
! Dr. J. sddreases sll those who havs Injured them
Selves by improper indulgence snd solitary habits,
wh'ch ruin both body and mind, ui fitting them for
either business, stu.lr, society, or marriage.
Ttioso aresomoof t'.e sad and melanoholv effects
produced hy early habits of youth, via: Wenkness
of the Hack and Limbs. Pains in the Head, Dimness
of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irrilahility, Derange
Dient of tho Dige.tive Funotions, Uoneral Debility
Symptoms of Consumption. Ac.
i Msntaliv. Thfoarful effects en th mind ar
muoh to bsdmidod. Loss of Memory, Confusion 0
Idea.,. Depression of Spirits, Evil Foreboding.,
Aversion to Society, Solf- Distrust, Love of Soli
tude, Timiilitr, .re., are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of p.rsona of all nses can now judge
what is the cause of their declining health, losing
their viiior. becoming weak, pale, nervous and ema
ciated, having a singular appearance about the ejos
Cough and symptom, ot Consnmptlon.
YOIJ!.l IMKN
Whohavo Injured thcmielws by a certain practice,
indulged in when slone, a habit frequently learned
. from evil companions, or at school, th effects of
which ar nightly felt, even when asleep, and. if not
cured, Tondors marriage impossible, and destroys
both mind and body, thould apply Imtnedla'ely.
What a pity that a joui.r man, the hope of his
eounlrv, the pride of his parents, should bo snatohed
from all prospects and enjoyment, of life by the con
F.quence of deviating from the path of nature, and
Indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persons
must, before contemplat i ng
niAicitiAor,
Reflect that a sound mind and body are ths most
necessary requisites to promote connubial happi
ness. Indeed, without these the jonrnev thmogh
life becomes a weary pilgrimage ; the prospect hour
ly darkens to the view, the mind becomes shadowed
with He'pair, Bnd filled with the molanoholy reflec
tion that the bappinoss of another becomes blighted
with our own. .... ; -
OFFICE, 1 South Frederick Utrcct,
Left-hand alrle going from Baltimore street, a few
deors from th corner. Fail not to observe name
and number. ,
Iff No letters received unless postpaid snd con.
taimng a atamn to be used on the reply. Persons
writing vbonld stato nge, and send portion of ad
vertisement describing symptoms. -
The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs in his office. . -,
INDORSEMENTof the PRESS.
The many thousands oured at this establishment
within tbe last twenty years, and the numerous Im
portant Surgical Operations performed hy Dr. John
ston, witnessed by the reporters of Th Bun and
, many other papers, notices of which have aopsared
again snd sgain before the publio. besides his stand
ng as a gentleman of charroter and responsibility,
1 a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
" : BKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. '
junelS-dly 1 ' ' ' ' ' ; ' '
YOUNG MEN,
The experience of ths past ten years has demon
strated the fact, that the utmost reliance may be
placed in the efficacy of
, IIKLMS SPECIFIC PIIXS,
fof the speedy snd permanent cure of Seminal
Weakness, Emissions, Physical and Nervous De
bility, Impotence, or want of power, the result of
sexual exce s, or , ,
YOUTHFUL I!VDICRteTIOf,
which, neglected, ruins thehappiness and unfits th
sufferer for Business. Social Society or Marriage,
and often tenni' ntes in an untimoly grave.. Make
nn delay in seeking tho remedy, liell s Hpeoifio
Pills can bo used without dotectiuQ or intcrforonce
with business pursuits.
NO CHA(VGi;OFlIETISNECF.SSAKY.
They aro entirely vngetablo, and perfectly harm
lets on tbe system. Ha h box contains 60 pills, with
fu'ldirooiionsnnd a , treatise on ire consequence
and ci;ro. Price On Dollar. Heware of counter
feits! If you cannot procure them of your Drug-
fist, send tho money to Dr. Jsmks Hkvan, Consult
is Ptljsioian.819 Broadway. Now V or k, anil they
will be sent by return of mail, freo from obseiva
tion. For sale by Drugtista generlli.
TO LADIE8.
If you require a reliable remedy to restore you,
and remove Irregularit es or Obstructions, why nut
use the best I
Every lady knows tho slightest Irregularity of na
ture is liable to bring on lliadauhe. Uiddineas, Low
Spirits, Fainting, Hysterics, ie,; tnon the bloom of
health fades, the appotit fails, andothersymntotna
more distressing romnience. as Weakness, Spinal
Comp'aint, the Whites. Prolapsus, Ac, io. A
never failing remedy will be found in
. Sit. HAH VET'S FEMALE PII.I.S.
The experience of thir y years Tias proved thoy
havs no equal for Removing Obstructions and Ir
regularities ho at attbh ruoa WHAT OADHR TI1KY
Ahisk. 'I't'e aro safe and sure in every caso. Up
wards of 60,000 boxes are sold annually, and no eoin
plaiut of thoir tflio.cy is ever beard, for they ac
complish what tey re represented to do. r
Hold in boxes Containing Mcty PUU, Frio On
Dollar. v ' ': in, n ' i t . , . . f
' Dili HARVEY'S GOEDEN PILLS ,
. is a rersedylour degreoi stronger tt an ths ahove
auu luivuuvu liir nuwini t.iua ui iui.h Binuumi,
' Price Five Dollars per Box. .
If you cannot purchase the Pills of your Drug-
?iat, they will be scut by iuail, vet puiil, sacur
rom olwervation, on roceipt of tlie money; by Dr.
J AMK.S BUY AN. Consulting Physician. 810 Unia. I-
way, Now York. For sale hi Druggists gSneraUi
. IfloUE VALCAIILE TUAN GOLD .
bryan'h iIiia'riJLis
r ) PURIFY THE BLOOD,''
. Bimovi HsADAOnii, DmriNSHS, OiDmiisgg,
. . . DUOWRINKSB, UNfl.KASANr DHRAUS, Dial" , 1
1 ' MKH8 Of SlOHT, iNIlinSSriOH, '
1 CLSANggTHRSTOMAOB AKD : .. . f.,t .
lilOWELS,
InisroNEW.LIFE in the debilitated, knd 1 '
Uealore the filets te Perfect IloaltU.
t PDEELY VEGETABLE.
Trythe'ml Thevonlvoost i$ sents. and If von
osnnot got them of your Druggist, send tho money to
Dr; jAMKtt iiltYAN, Consulting Physioian, ' !
I . : K' MS llioadway flow Vork, .
, And they will he sent by return, of mail, postpaid.
Fur.iale by Drungista genorally. decO-dAwly
THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS.
' Eev. J.!. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor.'!
. . j Published weekly on Friday, at
' Office If o. SO North HiKta Street. A
also
( . pOOK AND JOB PRINTING.;"
THE WITNESS Aims TO HE A GOOD
religious iournal. free from thannliH.I
of tho tunes and opposed to tho inui(lin of pvlitlos
aiul religion. , ..... . ; , i ,., ,
It is an independent enterprise; but is ooml not
ed In the interest of tho movement wliiuh looks to
the establishment of Churches on 4 basis of free
and aimplecliriatianity, discarding all creeds butths
Bible, and all turns of Christian fellowship but that
of a Christian lite. It seeks to be entortKlning and
Instructive to old and young, having a page devoted
'exclusively to the fum i I y giving current intelli.
genoe, religions and secular, aud reporting th niai
ketsvliaat and West. . ,. , -.
.We hope all who are In favor of a Christianity
iree iroui vuiiucts sbuhh-ibuisui ana lanaticisui will
exienaiouivu pauouas. ..,..,, , j u, ,
1'
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster. Little Miami, Columbus & Xeni
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster. Little Miami, Columbus & Xeni —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS.
ON 'AND 'AFTER HONDAY)' "JAN.
FIVE TRAINS sOAlLXwJll;av Columbm
FOR CINCINIf ATlwjUIsyillW, AlSOl
' ' 10VI, DAYTOH, JBICBMOND. IN
. . . tiat .... rrarnM eiA.-lt w . T
A
Without change of oars to DAYTON' snd RI
, ilOND. and only on. ohang of ears toi$
, V DIAN APOLlti snd CTJICAUO,
'-' Connections are reliable as follows f ( f f
i t . ' vftiMT . Train. 1 . 1 t -.
n.ll. .--nt Mnnd.T. . t a - :IT
Leaves et s:.W A; M. for' ClnoinnsU. Dayioti
Kiohmond, Chleeto, tMrclcvill and LsncaateS
Chillieothe snd Marietta; stops at London, boallj
Charleston, Xonls, Corwin. Morrow, Lovelaod aasl
Flainville, arriving at Cincinnati af .00. 4 It, ,
'., .second tbaikv-v.!
,0 v.- . - (Dsilysxc Bunaays.)',' . .' i .
Leaves at C:0O" i. M. for Cincinnati, Daytnsa.
itichmond snd Sprlngllal : ! Xania Wtups s4
' all stations, arriving at C eta .tiat 11:3 A. Us
connecting with tlail Do. , ,0 vvct end Ohio 4
kliasisaippi Kailroail for Ia Is J. iu. )' .;i
' '' . ! THIRD TR.v. '!;.' ,f, '( ' i'
ini -' (Dally except Sundays ' J.', J'!,,,
Leaves S "li:fJ A. M for Otneinnstl, Daytoitr
Hichmond, Indianapolis Tliltsbnro.Cbilltootbs snor
. Slarletta, and stops at Wert J.rT'rson,. Ijondosw
-South Charleston, Xema, Spring Valleyt Corwie
Morrow, South Lebanon, Foster's. Loveland, Mil-
; ford, arriving at Cincinnati at 4:10 P. M.,. connect.
: Ing with the Mail Lin steamers fof Louisville.
. and Ohio. A Mississippi Railroad, v- ;' ,
' .fOIJBTH THAW.
1 (Daily sxoept 8undsys.l ,'. .-.-.a..-.
Leaves at 2:40 P. M. for Cincinnati and Peyton'
and Springfield via London, arriving at Cinoin.
natiat7tf6FM.- .
Firm 7kvx.:: :,:,
i ", ,. (Dally exoept Sundays.)
Leaves at tltftO P M. fear (JlnetwaHl, ttarton,'
, lliohm' nd snd Indiananolls, maslng close eon nee-'
tion at Kinhmond with Chlnaee k Oreat Fastens -Railroad,
stopping at Alton, West Jefferaoe,
Lnndnn. South Charleston,, Selma,-Cedarrtlle,
' Xenia, Spring; Valley, Corwin, Morrow, irfivelan.
and arriving at Circlnnati at 4:48 A. M.t SOU. I
. necting with Ohio A Mississippi tt.K, , . , -..t
Sleeping Car sire an Alt Blight TrsUssei
New . Freight 'Arrangements.
The Ch learn A Great Eastern, and Little Miami M
C'dnmbus A Xenta.and Dayto A Wtstern hail- ;
roads have so arranged their Tim Table ss to ssake
direct connections with Freight trains at Kiobne4 '
I both directions, making tli time from Columbus)
to Chicago 33 hours. , ., ....tK.,.t ,1 .
1 1 HENRY HROOKfl.TiekstAgsnt,
' T. LOUGH. Agent. - , '
P.W.STRADER. . ) '-"
il.n'l Ti.lrnt km'k I .. .' .. I 1 ...lilt
E. W. WOODWARD.
Superintendent, J
Columbus. January 14. -
'in" 1..
I
1866. 1866.
Winter Arrangement.
TIME CHANGED.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
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Tliroo !Tra,xxxm 33llye i
EXCEPT 8CKDAV.' "
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
I.lttIeIflIaini4r;ro1simbsia A Xels.'.;
; ; Kallrtaasj. , ; :.,(, i,
', ' ' "." ' . ..! IT
1 - FIRST TRAIN.'- r..i . ,.ii
If IOHT KXPRKS-I.e.re. t'nlnmnn. at 11-41
A . M . Will stop at Delaware. A ahley. Cardingtoa, ) 1, f
Uileait, ualinn, tirestllne, UDelby. new Loniloa,,,
Wellington, Uraftoa and Berea, arriving at Cievee..,.
landtOA.M.i . J r
;r - pkcwd nkisJ!,: t,-; ; v "am
NEW- YORK EXPREH8 Leaves Colombu St ' '
A. M. Will 'ti.p at Delaware) Cardingtee. ,
Ortlion, CrestUne,Shelby'ew London, Wellington
andUrafton. "
. . ... THIRD TBAI1S
M A T f, A If Ij F.I PR Lritf fWmbn. .t S-a V
P. M. Will stop stall stations south of Hhelby.and "
.1 KhMnl. X. Luilnn V.lli..l.k tlnll.,. ..I yf
Beroa. ; n. O ttW
At Delaware with HnringS.ld Brmnoh for SprinJ''
field and all point. 01 that road.
At Crestline with Pittsburg, Ft. Wsye A Chtes-.
go Uailroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Haiti-
more. .Also, for Chicago. .'' m.. t .-.vA
At Shelby with Sandusky. Han.field k Newark ' 1
Railroad for a'l points on that road. Also, foe Tol. J
do Snd Chioago. " ' ?
At Grafton for Toledo and Chicago. :
At Cleveland ith LakeHhoro Railroad fuf Erie,
V I.- , w .. .. . ... .
vunaira, Auuaio, aow lora. enaAHaHOf
Patent fSWptsiir Car fir4rilBitAlF I
XHlBbt rain, to Vhioago,; ,
New York and
Boston. 4n'
' 1! y .1 . ' .iill i.nt.'I vwl
jTjT P.ca ehe-Vfd throneh tii K. TnylrVnA"
Moston. via Coveland 2 also, ia i'hiladalnhia. aunA iir
new 1 ora, via vresuine.
i
RETURNING! 2 0tM
Klibt Express srrivss at Columbus at t:U A.M.'' ' T
Lincinnatl RxDreaa uniuit t.'nlnmhna at SAM .j.
P. M. ' ,
Columbus A ecommodatlon arrive, at Calnthbae at '
030P.M. ,,. ... .... ,., ... .,;.. i ..,t
Fare Lew as by aar Other Rant
Ask for Tickets vie Crestllneor Cleveland. 'a, " 11
. E. 8. FLINT. '" " ' ''' ""
Superintendent, Cleveland, Obis). -
't . JAMES PtTTERSON. in
I . , Agent, Columb s,01il.. ,
Colnmnns, Novemher 19, I860. .,, t
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
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Conneoting; st BellaiN for Wuhlngton1 City,' '"'
staiumoio, rnmaeipnia, new I org,'
,'J L. ,; 11. r ;..-Boston, .s . .s-i :
and all Eastern , cities "
,v. . . -., ij.i-7) ):'-,:j lo "''.ifVl
rpiIIS HOIITK OFFF.BS THE ADVANe I r.-i
. 11. i. 1 1. . . 1 , ,
'"i ;.iiii ucaoi. aau oaggage ones! te-os ate
Washington City, and also gives the passer.gor the , j,
privilege
New York, st the cost of a Mow Tork tioket aloaet - a 9ii
w Tiiiiio. uni 1.1 111 ore, rnnaaeipnia ena
or U10 privilege or visiting all or ths principal m. . ,.,,
board oitles at the cost of a Boston ticket alone, vie 1
Other routes. ' ,i-..-.tt .. '.tn..... k.7 1.. jo-m
inrougn ticseis to new 1 ors e D proenreq trsj i-..io
Washington City, at an additional expenaeof W0S. n;t-.
Two Trains daily. Bandars excertod, leave Co- ,,
lumbus as follows ti' shmm' -tj -. .. P. o'.-m l!
Mil A, M-MORNING KXPRK83 from tJnlrf "'
Dapott Arrives at Zanesvill tS:06 A. sLi Bellaire l . '1
at l:ol P. M ; Cumberland at 12:25 ATM.! Haiti, , -,.
io.orlt S A. M.t Waahington CHy at 5:18 A. U?
12:0O M. EXPRESS
in rrom union Depot tr .:
MO F. If.;' Hoi I air at 6:47 P;'"' 1
A. ll.j UalUmore et 4:0a.'"T
fcMP.'AU'a'M .. . "t" :.tvUim
rivea at Zaneavms at 3:4
U . I1..ml. lu,J AWkl
P.trl.K Washington ath.-0 P.
Ml:30 P. M. ACC0MM0DATI05 Jo Ttomltij'f
n,"iF17e trll'n!, flftj'v Sundays exsfipterD- from
Washington or Baltimore, for l'hiladeluhia auaer r.s
New York. - . ..
. Klooping oars on ail night iralns.! fAf t.4 1
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