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aarr"fcowfar toearriviaiand derjartnreor trains ai Tfcabu, Ohio. Ob . and after Monday. Mar M a trains will ram M follows " - vavv visum irwaataaavaaw arcaBa'aa. ant xs . . tIAva. AsarfeiA -H.TJI Wtf fpr.tlA.l. If iw York Express. ... ...11:10 A. M. M vil and. . xpeese a. . 3i30 1 M. l)e aware Aooommodatioo.. SKIS P. M. J So. 1 AoscsainedaUoa.. SiOO A. M. Th trShilBBTe f"una.y Tnm1n nt MondVys "l'ln" ; '"' 4 ' ,- JAMBS PATTEB80IT Agent, 'V tattle ftlami Cilam feus: Xeala R.AI. 9ilJ ,.. . -;..- '-';', " -''xbatb.- ' ilHUiri,. wrtt ei .:... : i a.- m. Has am: 'inAinriBl IMbimmiulktinft : swan AV . M ' 1I4V1 1 M Express. Mt8J.M. AfcnoAJft . , ExsrMi.vv........ 6:15 P, M. ,1:5S Pji ! ! 7) wl T -1 m jNo.Vi uoHKr)n Ai Maltlutore A: 'Obis Kallrwul, Central Ohio DiTlsleu. I MATS. AKRITS.ll Nirtt "Cxoresi.... A. !'" Lialitnias KxptaB,l'...Il:l A. M. C 4.HL5 P. Ml Express Mai- ......... ' lao A. M. . . ... . D Smith,' AirenU ejelusatme. Chtcaare u ladiaaa Ceai. . w-r. . ml llm.. . in i flMBirBrwii..:.i... ..li5r. M.-"l Utsbenra fc-ptvas.-. .-: ftjjj J ay Express 13:10 F" M. 11 Aeoommodatioa 630 A. M. 9 WlgM Express. .ill:5 P. M- -10 A.'M.' ExDress 13:10 F. M. 11:00 A. Mj Accommodation . 630 A. M. 3M P. lt la4nikr IHaul Newark. R.I M4 , .TraimJakT Newark and arriTOM bUowit I I' i"-t:U.!OVlATU ?.'lAJttT. (00 A.M. 1 35 P.M." Mail and ExproM...... ..10.30 A.H. SSKlf. ilanaflla xraa....... 8.45 PJl. 9.4SAJ1, Plitakararh, Cincinnati ac, a, .jucaia., i.iiTt. Aaitrn. " Now Tart Bxpran. AM.i f-ll:15 P. M. Littriiii Kxpresa 'AIM A. M. SflOP. M Mail and-ExpreM ,:...T. . 3:15 P. M, 11:65 A. M. -I ileaMmaAoeoi!inolation-fealj M? - P. M. How York tjrMa f taBj. All other train pro dilyxopt Saaday. ,rniT !rf3f t ' Denaiton Aoeommodation starU bom freight. JoflSw B. 10 AIM 17:ioPM. 0:10 PJM. 10( A J M. iSSPJM, I and Arrival of AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE . . i inim. .' cumh . JCastera TTunnin . Mail. A. M. r V. A. M. F, M,t YorV. Pitubarah and. -('Pkiladelpbia. 11 H IM 30 CleTeland, Toledav. WaaV inrlen.D. C SarMukrr .1 .""'BodtonandBaffalo.... v . Cinoionatl, throoth way .. . w Xeoia, opringneld and .!;" Veytoa 4' HSU Cincinnati thronKB, Xenia. , " ' Sprinefleld. Dayton and Mad Hirer B. R. R 1SS f nH 'anannlia. throneh A waT 8 IK i ' . P.il. R. B.A......' ll-.60,10i A4.., - TnliainaiTvliti r!hintAfm m.tA - ' ' St. Louie, thrown....... tiJO .00 Clereland way and llela ' ware. ... . .": . .v. .' 'Wheeling end wy Zanea- ' Tille and Newark.;. ....i Wheelinit through. Wash-. - inetoa. D. C. and BalU- more . BteobenTille way.'...;.-...." , xiorth M est,Tia0reitlineA -la Fort "Wayne...'.;.;.. Jforth East, yia Crestline A -J PitUhnrgh ..... ....... Ciroieviller Chillioothe A Portimouth. ............ .AiiAasteT. Ohio. ......... . 1159 11.-45 ..,v':30 I dM ' ie:9 " .... JIM .... UM - '"'"last Hay.Natioaal Boad. 10KW jut. v arnon n ay. eetei . J -- eille; es. n.i..:nk MO ;5't. Horth Lolumbuj and (Jlin- . ...... ... t tonTille 1000 ".. '.... -UM asniuKioii v.o..Tianar i- nenurg. (in-weesiyj ;anirea. Mondays, Wed - oddays. A FridaTS, and . learet Tuesdays, Thurf- dara and Batnrders I -M: r:'f," ' ! . Centre Village. tri-week- 1 1.) Tuesdays. ThundaysJ ananaturaayi i , ' : t ... Orrici Hours. Offiee opens at 1 o'clock A. M., 7 11 and closes at 1 P. M. Sundays, opens at8i A. M... ,f..ir All rUH FT DAtJVV UD OUIlUkjl Bl U71 A JO a' JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. FROM NEW YORK. FROM NEW YORK. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] NEW YORK, August 28, 1868. - The agitation in the political cauldron or-lncrMiae the; fire ii getting' higher. .Menj for i Jong faai talked pf . the quiet f the campaign nowj they are getting m excited, and tba contest promises .'cx-.i aceeinV lively Jiraea before Jhe' lend" ' -'onieth. . Both parties, are- fully; awake."' fk i'i TbeKepuhlicans' , have!- beeri .sadly--j' troubled o Jate. That visit of General-' ia-joaecrana to Sulphur Springs, the fash-" ' "enable watering place of Virginia, has,, .i filled tba very air with' rumors and the .-Kepublican brain.. with Visions.' These." u rumors bave it that the new Minister to' Mex1c6-"'meets ' there, ,' at' the' "Springs,. -a-fjiatinguished citiaena of the) South, some i I,',? Jbeiri chieftans in "the late unpleas-!i-ntnr 8," and in those visions are eon ."u jured jlip the.,form8 of, sundry political t Tils. What if these-men should decide? ..to -issue an address to the people of this ijepantry, vai all ipths Interests of Jhe?' -' great I Deanocratir prty-:and their Sue-.' In! cession 'lu the 'pending 'struggle 2"i A i -dfeadful thought this to- f.he minds bf certain of the. Radical leaders, and there- .japon'the telegraph, flashes all.'sortal ttf,. stuff, to the four. quarters of this uni ver ar Yankee nation; a Now that they have I made such afuss over the quit)t vfsit 6f BosecranS" to" the Springs it is really s snggestedJiy; tbeT. Democrats ' berei (that .. the f tiing i which the Radicals vnncb fear might r weft c be:" accom, r,"plisned-i-ari' address being1' issued: ;.by tnese pleading ' "ntizens of ; the8outb, Betting t forth the real v -oonsequences. J'of Jtbe war in the several States, wbat r. the rjoplwithbonor and self-respect j can aba, 'cannot" cceptr-'-wbat 'counsels .should prevail, 'dwtber jTnert1 than Vjroy.. v isa ana xur. aooujuu enouia l'Bpeakftr the South m . this crisis, for they, wbatevervtheir intentions, are too'" bot headed and.enatic to give that dis- passionate) expression to the sentiments of their people' which the nature of the retimes demands. ' Some of the indiscreet. ,.. expressions of such men as these, no i r matter j what the heat of the. debate in': which they arefc uttered, are continually paraded by the Radical press as repre- l iceAtaaive of Southern thought. .. There-J JJfqre ' other and cooler : men might ' wll speak, for the South, and why not these .gentlemen of tuepulphur springsi ,! j. , In ; regard ,te the confidence of the t. 'Democrats hereabout in the favorable Vissaa ot thi3 campaign, you iiiay rest as sured that it is stroug and self-assured. llt is- Jiot. so abundantly ' sasguine as to produce apathy, and work, work, woik is .the order of the day and even ofthe: boar. Campaign club after campaign club has arisen, with a strength and dis J'cipline : fearfully formidable to all sorts . of, Radicalism, and campaign club after '' campaign club shall still arise.' . If you 'lave studied well our record thus 'far, ' you are doubtless more than satisfied. In this city, vou know, for years about V.- n1v rnifsMon ' with th Dnmoeratx Ut7 J VJ t has been, bow many dozens of thousands Triajonty tney snouia give., in jne pres ent campaign this city, at least, will ' civs such an overwhelming Democratic1 majority as bdsii ieaa none 10 cnaiiange Ber naemyone cause so weu repre sented by the State's own chosen son, JHoratlo Seymour. ' ; ,! . , - r; .The gossips are busy with the proba i bilities of 'the comine Democratic State aj Convention. I still hold, to the opinion - . n ajTl" . " that Mayor Jonn x. nocman will Da nominated for the Governorship! FeW : . .men could develop such a strength as '"could Mayor Hoffman. He is very pop r ular.. Notwithstanding ' all the. honors ""which have been heaped apon him, he is ",Tery asily approached that hvbe still "aVVemains A Democrat He geta very near . to the people. Even bis political foes i ' likw bim as a . man. , Next to Mayor ..Hoffman in the Convention will tloubt - less stand Senator Murphy. - . . , -,L, : The Bound Table says ' that Ohio, 1 "Sew York.and Pennsylvania-' will go Democratic, and as these States go will the election be decided. 'It is hardly necessary to say anything more ou this particular poiut. " - --- 1 ; y General, , George B, McClellan is ex pected to" arrive in this.cily on, the lith of September. Just imagine the warmtb ofc ibtt reception wa shall give: to this )ovd representative of the Democracy. Few:1 lead ers ever succeeded in getting so firm a bJd on the hearts of the great Democratie family as did Ueorge B, MbOlellan; - and it ' is needless to affirm that he ' fully keeps his place In the af- iecuons oi: tne people.; .:,-.. t ,-; ' Nothing very i noteworthy in trade, except the. dullness. Traders, however, look to the foU with hope. : J ust now the miscellaneous stock mar ket is rather quiet" FROM BERLIN. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] BERLIN, August 12th, 1868. I . - : is a- source of regret, to those -who have the future prosperity of Germany really at heart . to - notice the hostile spiritA. which still prevails against the Prussian Government in 'the .provinces annexed to this kingdom since tne late war. , The. province or . in assau,. tor in- stance, which had hitherto remained en tirely silent, is at this moment preparing petitions to be presented to the govern ment And which set forth the' grievances of the people. ., Prussian policy goes by fits and starts f at times it elevates itself to a spirit which it would be difficult for other statesmen to reach ; 'especially in cases; of. emergency, or. during a crisis, the. genius of- Frederick the Great, who was never greater than when he had to face disaster, seems to prevail in govern- . 1 1 ' ' t 3! . menial spoeres, uui 114 urumary urnes the machinery of governing works with pedantry, and formality. 1 'Abe study of th; characteristic, history .of he Prus sian' monarchy explains safficieptly how this system of bureaucratism"' was form ed. It is easy to understand that.it was necessary during the progressive deyeC" opment of the btate, and that it aas, in its -wayf done' good service ; but . now that the outside; walls of the new Prus sian State are erected the time for that System is gone, and the new provinces cannot be reconciled to us by attaching to 11. 1 There is no more room in renewed Germany for antiquated Prussia.: Along side of the centralization for the affairs of the confederacy a provincial decen tralization must take place in connec- lion. .Wlia , viiv ueip . vi u. ecjjttiratru provinces to reconcile i . us , witn the recently conquered countries, and create that spirit .of good. feeling there which is indispensable tor : the . ulterior development of our common fatherland. The Minister ' President himself has said pretty near the same thing during a late sitting of- the Diet, when the Han noverian provincial fund was discussed. Our Russian neighbors celebrate the birth of the crown prince of Greece with due -solemnity; your readers will remem ber that the Cjueen ot "jrreece is a Rus sian Prince, and the event is so much more interesting and noteworthy, as this is the first Prince of the orthodox reng Son born in Greece since the emancipa tion of that kingdom from Turkish rule. Russia' has now an additional claim on the friendship of Greece and the ties thus formed between the North and the Helenic nation may at some future day tell upon the Turkish Empire in the event- of a war between the Czar and the ruler of the-Mehamedans. Greece, although 'small joWer, Will, in that case be of ,untold value to Russia as an ajly, on account of its geographical situ ation, and serve as a depot both military and naval for the Russian troops aud vessels. ''Aft for the Russian government the terms existing. bet ween them and the Czar are of the most friendly character, and hot likely to be disturbed by Euro- ?eari policy; it is thought that in case of Prussia becoming entangled in any diffi culty, she will enjoy the sincere sympa thy of Russia. ' This is all we need, for Prussia, in connection with the ' rest1 of Germany, can fight" their' own :. battles without assistance from abroad. , , : : v' r ( . . . . . ' ' r ; i V ''PROPOSALS.1 '. ' O0LUMBO8. O., August 4, 1868. I SEALED PHOPOSALS WILL AtK HE. oeired at the office of the Secretary of State until - . ' lUandar, the Tlh dajr el September next, at noon, for furnishing Paper for the aea of tba state ot unio, tor one year, a touows : a,SOO Beams Uoublev Super Royal by 11 inches, to weigh not less than SS pounds .t , .. we ream, ..... - f , 100 Reams "Ooaiblo Flat Cap, , UH bj IT inehaa, to weigh at Ieaat 36 pounds to the i .... tarn,.. 7S Reaiata Brochure Cover Paper. Assorted colors. SObr 17 inches, to weiah at least SS pounds to the ream: 'ine quantities aDorenamea. to d increased at the option of the Secretary of r3tate. Bids must De accompanied Dy sa ..pies or pa per, and - most apecity the pnoe at which such kind and auality will be delivered at the state Unuse, in Columbus, Ohio . - ' ' The oauer mast be of the beat duality The de Itrery of the paper to cominei.oe on the first of N amber n xt, and to eoounae as toe paper shall be needed. r -, . -1 Each nronosal fas reauired by law) must be ao- eompanied by a bond, with at le ist two good and asffioient ntretiea, in the penal mm of not exceed ing twenty tnousand aoiiara, nor leas than are thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful per-for-nance of sueh contract at nay be awarded. .The bids te be made and contracts to be awarded in accordance with the terms of an aot entitled "An act to provide for the purchase of stationery, Fu el. aad other articles for theUeneral Assembly and Stateoffioers," passei March 11,1863, and "An -act tn imAnd aArtttnna four and six. and to reoeal sen- tion-ftve of the a bore entitled aot. passed alaron S, 1863. ; I Bids to be ennnrsea on tne envelopes rroposais for fornishing Paper fir the State." 1 Jsiddeni are asauredtbat no Daoer will be received anleaa it eonforma in everv resoeet with the sam ples. This provision wui oe stnouy aanerea to. : Tf.n .. .... ..j. . JOHN BOsSELIf. 1 aage-deodtrt ' - - secretaryer state. FUKL FOR TUB STATE. - ''" Omei or thb Sbcritart of St-te.J ... ,- .. , CoLCMBUg, O., August 4, 1868i CEALED PKOPOSAL1 WILL BIS HE O eeived at the office of the secretary of state until , memdayt the Tth Hay of September next, at 19 o'clock noon, for furnishing the State of Ohio with Fuel for one year, as follows : 10,000 Bnabela of Hocking Coal, of the beet quality, the lower vein of Hooking Coal, ana tree rrom siaie, aiaoa ana aiix. . 30,000 "Bushels or Cokr, ' 1 to weigh not less than 40 pounds to the bushel, to De ot gooa quality, auo aept ory. -' SO Corda nt Wood,' the same to be of Hickory, Beech or Sugar, four feet ia length, straight and well split. The quant-ties above named to be Increased at the option 01 tne secretary 01 suite. The Fuel to be delivered without charge for such" delivery, at tne state ilouse, voiunbw, Ohio.' specify the kind, quality and price of the fuel pro-. fcach proposal must be aeeompenied by a bond witu at least two good and sufficient sureties, in the penal sum of not exceeding twenty thousand, ..n. than five thoasand dollars (as reauired bv iv MAiiilUiiuiMl far tbe .faithful nexformaDea o'f loch contract as may o wu. ' .'-; t . I K- kii tn ha made and the contracts to be awarded ia accordance with the terms of the act entitled An aot te provtim ii tun fnl and other arti ites for the General As sembly and State officers." pasted March 11. 1868, and "An act to amend sections four and six, and to j u ia lamSk . RiHa ta ba andnraed on the aa velopes "Propo-als for furnishing Fuel for the Ktate " Fuel furnished by the contractor must be .1. .um .oual in auality to the samples. TM rxUtvMbt rigidly xorct.rTxT naan.i . , aug4-deodtd Secretary of State. HOTEL. T If ST. JAMES HOTEL, Fourth ajtreet ear iuai . CINCINNATI, OHIO. HENRY P. ELiAS, .1 -fropnetor. THIS POPULAR HOUSJB, UbM IrtAUlj I sw eated and convenient tu business, and to ail points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping Place tor persona visiung tne city, o-paioa win n h Dared to make the atav nt anests nlearant in eiery partieulai. myUt'dSia . I'Al t'OR THE STATE GREAT, TaEDUCTION !M fRICS AT : i ni.i t..2--i.i v-...i -r.t7 tiK.:j j GILCHRiST, GRAY & GO.'S, ,n'ltti! Nbs. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S.High Strefct. '! '.) It' y - ' !:! t m-ii I l-!,r .rtH?v.--r "f-w rti : . f Xffl-:-.-lt) ,.. .11 ( W are aaw oAeong ta our oastomen emSAT ab- SUMMER v. DRESS. I GOODS! .-.Ill ftiltt lttt!iH.. UM i ,:.-li.-iV White , Iron' Grenadines, l. m,A .A , ...... ' 'r, ;:.Brocade:' Jaconets, ;., 'jPeicales,fl.!:-riv;i . t l ' I -ii: rt H Piques, &C Are selling at prices that eat not fail to give satis- 1 r. -wa - - V r. 1 r. f -Vf'':! f ' ,' ,.,. We keep constanUy on hand a full Una of OEirTB ' Fl'R'fUDl-fG GOODS. i',S i,vj Hi hlr-a s :;.' . I ,i- ;!- Mjr'i Wawarran'tbur 1-",i,! -.. V,- 1,,. . - IMFESBIAIi. . HHIBXS " u-av!.M,nTogjT,.entiro' iktisfetlonJ . .-tmntm' I iMJTliA. . X .H1it.ill j .1 ;r We have in alosk a (Mirrplata aasomanl' of Hone,urs"klii: Goods. T,-.dV-..l "V Just received. ' A The New Style PAKIEB.. SKIBT.n : Agentafor tba LUCBETIA CORSET. Also, sole agouti tot Barrie Seamless KJda, Fuft aaaortment ef Alexandre's Kid Gloves. ' ' ' GILCHRIST. ORAT A CO..- ' : t :.. i Hoi a. Kt tl 4 gp Both Hign t v stm'ijo "i:.i--j 1 ! lM:i.i- C 1 o; -.iii itiiJ l -ii - j '1 ! r. . u. - L ..'' i 1J "T-f -.).'!-.. (- ': .'V . v: .' MUGrHWS J CJ. ,.i-..-c I .ii; : -7 t,..t ' j.'. 'A at. '!;. -. . ..; '' "' V .!-f:- :'" '' SPHIN(Gr &. SUIVTMER r:DRY GOODS.-, I l rifi:; 3.'-..! ; ' i i ) - - .-- j i rt i ; ! . . ' i .rr-ir' . '! : '.-, : ; -i ' - J'? .:' . '.- . ' EXrRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS N A U GH TON'S! ::';. f I- Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to .0 ,, cau ana examine me : -. ! I .DRESS .GOODS.. CHEAP I 1 ' FARCT GOODS-.- ........... CHEAP r '. ' SHAWLS.....'........' .....CHEAPI ' ' DOMESTICS. ..",......... v.',.r.CHEAP . I AflialluUU ................. ttUSA-fl : .;c:f i: !,i ; -ii .!;-:-.: 7- .-. --. .iti 1 JAMES ' N AUGHTON, 118 4k 182 Seath HifcTh Street j f novli-dly-iprrt" : " J COZUHBVS. 0B10. .!? iti--!: (': "t't.-. ' . 1 ' '' T ( I - - ' ' - .1 ( BANKERS. P. ' Wa j HUNTINGTON CO- wm 9dT .tHf s'i ,hfctnfia mioH'if j antD-H II IV Ea IX C -) hs rr,; L'-ii-ij-; ;t M Jl ..vt.-!! .,( I t -. .!.( ' :n- ! - h--: ! ( ! Corner Broad & High Sts. S COLUMBUS, OHIO. febt-dly .,.-4:-S ! r-HATDSS. ,, JOS. HUTCHISON. W. B. BATPKjT. HITMEN,' HUTCHESON ifc CO tjf-l'tH f--.-." . ! .1 , r . ! ' ''U'-t - ---- - j 1 . IO. IS S. HIGH STREET, -'-'-. . t ? lanM-dly-r r ' ' Colambaa. O.i NOTICES. . Sale of City Property. - .t-sr " "' ! IN PajHSfJANCB Of A DECREE OF the Court of Common Pleas of the county of Franklin and State of Ohio, at the November term thereof. A. D. 1867, ia a case therein pending, in which Isabella A. Moore was plaintiff and John A Moore and others were defeadants, I, Wm, Shields, administrator dsoo4aoa with the will annexed of John Armstrong, deceased, will, on the Fifteenth- day ,ot September,. A. D. 1868, offer for sale at the door of the Court House, in the city of Columbus, in said oonnty of Franklin, at public vendue, tbe following described real estate, situated in said city of Columbus near to and east of the Lunatic Asylum, being part ot half sectii thirteen (13). township five S). range twenty-two (22), Befugee land, bounded as follows, vis : Beginning at a hickory tree on the old County road, eorner to Nathaniel Hamlin's land; thence south TO dee., west thirty seven (37) poles to a post; therjoe south one hundred and forty-ooe (141) pales and five links to a post in the middle of the turn- Eike road; thence north eeventj-seven and one alf (17)4) degrees.east thirty (30) poles to a post in tbe turnpike road; thenoe north sixty-six and one half (66 ) poles to a poai; thence east ten (10) poles to a poet; thence north eighty-one (81) poles to the beginning, as these monuments were in the year A. D.1816, being about thirty sores of land. The terms of sale as follows, vis: Ten thousand dollars (10,000) of the purchase money to be paid at the ti me of the confirmation of the sale, ana he remainder in two equal installments in one and two years trom tbe day of sale, with interest payable annually. A deed to be made to the purchaser on the confirmation of the sale by. said Court, with mortgage on the premises conditioned as aloresaid, to secure said deferred payments. , AVILL1AM SHIELDS. ' Administrator de bonis non with the will annexed of John Armstrong. augl4-dtd NOTICE. i :-:t-. v. . .BANK OF COMMERCE, i ; .,.V . . , - - . Clkvelako, May 23, 1868.) ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE "holders of the outstanding notes of the late Bank of Commerce, aud all ether parties interested, that after tbe expiration of six months from this date, application will be made te the Auditor, 8ee Miar, mnA Treasurer of state to surrender to said Bank the sticks deposited, to secure the outstanding circulation ol said Ban in pursuance 01 tne loru first 4l) section of tbe act to authorize Free Bank ing, passed March 21st. 1851. . ing, passea ?a pERKIS8-. PresidW ; H. R. HuRLBtrT. Haahier. marS6 dfimfl 1 The Sisters of St. Mary's, y-vV THE SPKIRGs. BECERTLt OF J Somerset, Perry oonnty, will open their large ana SpaOIOUS VUIIOIOS iui m, nuepuun ui uufiiia the first Menday in September, 1868. . For Board and Tuition, T5, SSo. S86 and tso, according to the de partment 01 tne pupu. on, wioa, onp-1.1 Address Box 161. -t . am3-dtf WHOLESALE . GROCERS. j V. B. BOOII. aLX. ioCSTOH -Wat. H. SLAD j : w 13 obK8 Cer. llch AcHich 8U., Colanaliaa, I Wholesale Grocers. i & 'il.j 2i it i J-pALi 4 "I ' .i"l j XEW 0RXEAF8 8TJQAR8 A59 K0LA8EEB Uland8niars.Coffe3,tespioe.Tobaceof. rr I, 'TjIQTJO'Eia, , fco. i n wfawM.fJW. .uiSiO. ujO'l v'': '.' " n a MEDICAL PREPARATIONS. f ? a I I 'f f?V V'f i ' HEALTH RESTORER! l:t r-''-! i'-i.iaj!, The Best Blood Purifier in the eWorld, DR. LAWRENCE'S v ! !' JfiriIiS0';nr) -,5ET-i;0jI SiiTU COMIOTJIVr EXTRACT or iolJlfoffi-T uituX ROSdPAUS! 1 A Safe aad lHala"Cre "(aiad.ibe oaly oae yet diaoawered) for j Scrofulfs; ; la dtafTartoa Forms, vUjU Mil Uitiij'ti k SCCHA8 t Consumntion ia Its earlv staeea. Snlarraman " Tand,. Ulceration of thdlaSds. Joints," ' I !!. Bones. "Siflnevsr abd -Htarni.' Chronic Rheumatism, I KiupLiunsof the . Skin, Chronie f oHo1 erssf0": eriT;. - ALSO !' !1 IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS. PJBEASES ofiWOMBN, Los of Appetite, 8!cT" Headache, Liver Com-, - plaint. Pain in the Back, Imprudence in 1 -i . j r i aiiife UravelT) ft rj j 7 S- i il '! I - ; f , S L r 2 fg 1 .-f 4 ?'- 1 I OEKEBAL ILIa IIEALTII, ' AND ALL DISEASES OF THE r - T; rj rj t. j vr .a -ry lip. , : U :.-i!J.ii i. ii . t'Ali UJi J ; Blood, "LlTert Kldaeya A Bladder, ? s f -r ; It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and bad taint, and restores toe entire system to a healthy oondition. IT 18 PEKFBCTLY HARMLESS, never pro ducing the slightest injury.. . THE ROSADALIS "Is not a secret medioine. The articles 'from which it is made are published around each battle, and it is used ana recommended Dy tne neaieat racuin, whera-ar it ha been introdaeed. as a POS1 rlV and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the Blood, Xdver aad Bvidueya. r- . f. rrf X3f Vaed aad-Iaderwd Tuy the leadlaa; Physticlaaav everywhere It fat ksown, . . , ... . . T :' A f The following, among many hundreds of our best eitisens, testity soitsrwoaaenui emcacy; , CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS. .",','. -..' .. .: BALnMOnn, Md, March 4, 1868. : I believe Dr. Lawrence's ROSADALIS" to be the BisT Altikat.vr IM Use., and . therefore . eheertully recommend it as such. THOMAS J.B0YJ&UN.M.D. .-." 1 " BALTTMoaa, FebmarylO.1868.' - Da.: j. j. Linno.' I ' ' Dkhr Si Br I take pleasure in reoommendiBc your ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I nave seen it need in two eases with happy result one a ease of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient pronounced himself cured after, having taken five - bottlea of yoar medicine.- Tbe other a ease ef . serolola, of long standing, which is rapidl' improv ' ing under its use, and the indications are that the "patient will toon recover. I have carefully exam 1 Inad the formula by which your Koeedaiie is made, : aad find it an.axcellent compound of alterative in- greoienia. ; xoura uuiy, ; ; ' B. W. OARR. MP. We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalia to be a safe and reliable alterative. Ae.. and take pleasure in - reoo mm ending 11 to iDeproiesnon ana tne puuto. , VL A.STITH. M. D., f . ,j J. H. W INSTEAD, D.,1 . R. G.'BA KHAM, M. i.. : W. G. DUGGAlA M. D' 1 f-M-. hif. r;A Jei. BAJtH EM. M. A)., v.- ft, W. K1PIU, M. LI., . , S. WOODARD. M. I).. ' I 1 : .i I.-...- -. wIj.'bullock.m-d':- W. T. BKBWEK. M. U.." TtaBury T. icee. ! r t - . I hereby certify that I am personally acquainted with lha above named Physicians, and they are all gentlemen of respectability and standing in this ommunuy... ' c D'AVISr -' " Vi MayoT' of WiUon,If,C, January 11, 1868. -!.i---. r.t C-T;l n , I 1o rT -.f"" Bomdalls irlll Cure the 1 Wen v CAaesjO of ' Scrofula Bead the Siaiemeat Below and Bespair ...-.-; ' Wiisoit CorirrT. September 10, 1887. i -Dr. J. J. Lawrence 1 Dear Sir My youngest daughter, aged nve years, nas neon areaaiuiiv ai flioted with scrofula nearly all her life. I tried a great many physicians, but without relieving her muob; in fact, most ef them said there was no hope of cure. During the last f pring she waa worse than ever; her body and ilimbe being oovered with sores and blotches with faoe and eyes badly ulce ated and swollen. While in this condition I. was ad vised by Dr. L. A. Stithtotry yourRosadalis. I at 1 nnna nrnenred three bottles, and eommenoed rivine it to her The effect was aaagieal. In less than a smooth, to mr great astonishment aha was entirely well. ' lam. , yours, with much respect and gratitude. W, W. BcRJiETI. j dalis Cures all SUin Diseaaes. WiLsov. N, C, September 15, 1867, j Tr. Lawrence: Dear ttir In '1862 my son. now aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to hevymre matter, which completely destroyed hie ' VoilrF - He has bean afflicted with ad inveterate .and extremely troublesome abruption of tbe Skin, sometimes breaking out in 8ore., Ao. RoeadaKs wai nnn rihad bv inv family nhvsieian. Dr. A. D. Moore. After taking. Ha few weeks uiy son became and re mains entirely weu.. r Yours truly. - 3- DANIEL. ; Chroalc "Liver Complaiat Caned. Thia ia to eertifv that f was cured of Chronie Liv. er Complaint by Dr. Lawrenee's Koradal is, after having been oonnnea iq my oea ana nouge lor a tang time, and trying various medicines without benefit. ' I know of several others in this county cured through the use of Rosadalia, and it ean be found in nearly every house in my neignDornooa, ana tney all praise it as a great medioine . f THOMAS THORN, i Green County, August 14, 1867.- -! -., ; i 3 ,. , -..' i'i li-.i-siifit :Kosadalis la a PolealRemedyin all .cwi-'i. (Jbroalc Bleeaaeaw i.-jhio Fbok G-;W. BLonn1. Ehq AttokkIt at Law. 1( WIXaON. KOKTHUABOLINA. ) I have been cured of Chronie Inflammation of the Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by Hosadalis. - '- - - ui.u. n.nLuuai. ... TT77 Boaadalia will Cure the Tery ' Worst Cases ol Chroalc , , ... . Bbeuiaatism- , :-. 1 Poetsmocth. Y A February 36, 1868. Oaptain J.H.Baker t : : : . -.7 -. .-: . Diab Snt- This ia to certify .that 1 have been afflioted with Rheumatism for the last five or six vminL manv times unable to move. 1 tried all med- laines recommended to me for the disease, without receiving any benefit. Having beard "Uosadalis" - highly spoken of , 1 procured a bottle, and, finding some reuei, ooawnuea i anunaui uavpy to say tbat I am completely well. " I not only consider the Rosada is a sovereign remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to the afflicted." ' ..Yours, very trnly, amiotea. . .JAMES WEBB. ' .;n ' .Wilson. January7. 1868.' i T hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrenee's justly celebrated Rosadalia in my family as a gen. era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most satisfac tory results, and I therefore conscientiously recom mend it to the publio as a medioine of rare and gen. nine merit. JAMES WS. DAVIS. - : i -( Sheriff of W ilson count y.N.C. " ' ROSADALIS. This medicine has met with an nn ' nreeedented success in tbiseommunity.- Capt. Ba ker, the polite and attentive agent for this eity. in forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tbe demand made for it; and that themedicn e is efieot- - sg some wonderful cures, end givin great satis faction Ao all who have used it- Aoro At ( fJ Mail Journal, Ifraombtr 19, 1867. ; Prepared only by J. LAWRENCE. M. Vi Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of nr ilson. N, C.) Price SI 6S per bottle. -."----. AST Sold wholesale by all the prinoipat Wholesale Druggists in all the large cities of the United States and British Amerioa, and retailed bpidrafgists '"if letters of InquTry ie.5.'jtmptly answered, i AddrwDr.J.J.LAWBiiNCli. ACO.. sole pro prietors and manufacturers, 1244 Baltimore ateeet, Baltimcre, Md ' 1 7 -J.li'l:-- ' 4 f ;:i -! ;rj I t. "tVESXERN DEPOT, - j 1 iniffU-'U '' 'VI ::'!)" 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C-i Mi' i ' MFl"j STYLES OF -TYPE, , . 7 W will cvumnte ther utmost -vtiif-rClion.1 j .T .: :-"! o n r m'Tfrsr- t- , .n'I -tV .(-ALL JUNDSOF. .-.....i.ri j Mercantile, ?;- I " "y"!?i ,r.:Rallroadf tvi -i.-M-ij 7 -r T Bank and ' t-i Commerclal 1 r4 !'""." J- rtoVr-r-r'-pnting, i.: u : i " -tfc-stjoa Aa-if a " .---'-'fT7t.r. ; Bill Eeads, Cards,-- v v . ,., r , 'n . i n'... ;i.i . r i a i. ; . -i-jii ( .::T i Cirnlars,1, Letter. Beads, Blanks of all kinds, Drafts, -: "&C, &C. ' ! ' l : ' .-I" 1 i IN FACT, i ) ti: . r-.t ... t EVERT. KLD . OF ; JOB PRISTISG Vlr'r eledl,f the business public.'" . '. . We also keep on hand a larger stock of i i t -.,.-;.. : r - .-. ; .- PAPERS OF ALL KIItDS Thava RH7 othtv Printinr Boom in the eitj laoliavi Super Boyal , . JUediusu, .. , ; Demjt 1 '"' ' l':' Cro-tTat Cap, " Cap, , , 'ir""Letterasd j - :.- " i , -. ' .'. i .-;..!! il : Note ' X'aTTesrs Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as wt '' do, dir ctly from the manufacturer, we are . enabled to do our work at correspond ,. ingly low rates. We are Sole : i . . Agents for the CELEBRATED PAPERS OF .... PLi4.TNB' S& PORTER. BLANK ' BOOKS , i . v- .-' ' r .- T . r : , : . , . - ! We particularly call attention to the Blank Books manufactured by an. We are preeared to . :-i fill all orders for v ..,"' - .. : . I'l'- .f :.r - .; i . : ',. '?'.; .. r : T-Jclee-raa. il'-. ,;'; '."''''' ; " " J Q-tajr-n 41 m . " '. '-.., -I... .' i ,; I5"Bc"ta.ta, .."r j - aTla-a, r-S-an.1f; ; And all kinds of Blank Books new in use. ' These -: ooks are all dons in the best style, of paper, rul ing and binding, and we oha (cage com petition in thisUne.,;,, ..,, ; ,;), j Gf I V JS tf 8 A" ' C A "Li Ii , J . 5iv:-jj Di l-.l. ,i .i.mi i? .'M'nt.'i'H .'"'' .j'I -!I i il " ; li !ji-v.' .:' -ni'r'Vj.v .a .jjjmm i NEVINS -tft MYEHS .'. aiftrtifij- vrf ! f r-i n-i:-ii,az-) mT I SO, S AO Wortli -! Ulgh Street ! .i. i . i. -:.;..:-.-', !... fi.tij.l t In;-,,. ( U -Ci -'kill v.'aii S. ..! .0 .I'i fci(CT; i NOTICE. TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. SlTro Tralna I.ily, i . i. EXCEPT SCIID'At. V .' '.. I From Columbus, in connection with Trains oaiha sUtUelflUmul AColuinbusT Ak: Xeatla :i.: ii ) .1C, i.Ballroaaa, i - V". ; ' 'KrGHT'EIfRESS Leaves' Columbus t" i:l i-A. U Will atop at Delaware, Cardineton. Gilead, uaiiou, vnauina, oneioy. new Aamaen, vreuiBS ton. Grafton and Berea. arrivinc at Cleveland at f A. M- New York 7.-M A.M. This train leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.. -, . . I NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves' Columbus Sts-OSA-M. Willstopala way station.. Ikis train starts frost tbe Freight Yard. NEW YORK hiPRK 88 sheaves OolUabus at 1110 A. M. W ill stop st Delaware Cardingtoa J3al- lea. Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington . Grafton and Bensv - Airive at Cleveland, at 3ioe P. M. New York next day at S.-4S P. M. MAIL AKI1 vpri-sm t- nit,.. I E M.. Will step at WorthioKton, Lewis Center ' Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh. .New London. WoUinrton, Orafton and Berea. Ar nve at Cleveland at :16 p. M New York 10-JS P.M. SPRINGKIELD AOOOMMODATION VIA DEL AWARE Leaves Columbus nt feea Pi M. Will Jtop at all stations between Columbus and Sprirsr - field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield :io p. M. This train leaves Kprlngfleld at 6:4 A. IMgam-rMs Deiawarat ; A. M.J Colnuibus X L .. a.v..nlA ' h..i ! "PateatSleepIaajCara are ruBOsisAl i t ..IVIsht Truiusr. to.. .ChicaceH i ? ' w Tori aaad - i ' Bosioa. :''":r I Raa-a-aae abackail lhMn.li In Nm. mma Boston, via Ueveland ; lae, Jo iPlya"denbja and NewlorvtaUin. ... . , ' Nilht Kiorena arrive. illWnmhm .1 rab A' M ' Cincinnati Express- arrives at Columbus at U Jt r. - -i a - .-ui .. , - , . .Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9-16 P. M." ' ' Springfield Accommodation arrives atColumbn' atlO-UA. M. - .... - .. r Fare as taw as by T Otbeir kont. Ask fog Tiekato 'tis CresUineor Cleveland. ., -; ' ' :.E. 8.' FLINT, - Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. " .' .;!.j)r.j r i v ',,,.'Agent.Columb S.Ohio, , Colakas,May 11. 1868. . ,.. i u t , Aiuco r i itasun . j. NEW, YORK-1) i REEVES' "AMBBOSIA FOR : I-:. Ii. t .lv THEHAIR. Improved I .-.--t" ,r?i t It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ''.'- It causes the Hair to Carl beautifully. It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. """ 1 ; . It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.. ( .; :-. . ; It forces the Hair and Beard, to grow luxuxiantlj. . It immediately stops Hair FallingOt,-r...l'i ! It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.' It restores Grey Hair to lu- Original Color, i a i j ' It brings oat Hair on heads that have been bald for .' - ' ' years.:: '; -v j . It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget- "ble substances. It has received over six thousand voluntary testi monials of its excellence, many 4 which are from , , ; - physicians in high standing..- J ; It is sold la half-pound bottles (the name blown : in the glasjV by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole sale by Demas Barnes A Oo.; F. 0. 'Wells' A Co. , SchieffelinA Co.,NewYork. (8CHirr-mchx7-dly' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. OHIO FTJRNITURE CO., MANUFACTURERS OF FURNITURE ': -j Nos.. 67, and 8, . Gwjnne Block, East Town Street OHIO."' COLUMBUS, PARtOR SUITS ' Iflahogoay Boaewood aad tfal "t la Ilair-clotb. CSreeuBepa and Broctatelle. .-'- . i" '- - . - -. lr an; ;.'! " :. 'yili"l 0'' f .,,ij R owe wood, ; Walast, i. Cbestaul mud QaJc, fiaUhed ia Varalshaad Oil. ' ' . :.i.,A H,:jt Dining: Room Suits. - - i ..t.- : - ' .. "rValaut, -trheataut aad Oavic Ux' -teawioia Tables; Walaal aad Oab 'Diaing Chairs Caae-seat mm4 -r tVaod - Oak atmd. Chestaut -L Side .j.iMirda.--j f,y.s Tj!i4 w;i j, ;?.,!:-: "i rr i I.-i it-i - . 4 -n Halicloth," fSlreem Bene aad Daassask - . Loaaa;es ; Secretaries) Book Oases and EtaKerea. -;:'"- J fU f:1 . .i:t:'t -i-;i ;.fuj en-- ! .f .1 1 Husk, Cottoaa, Hair aud Sprlag v "tlatrssc :y i.irji v1-""4""""1 '"'' j I'hirii. " "'-9 vS.-.i ;vj oi.T ' Ijr;. 3 ! " Tacker'sy JToaes' aad BeCaaap't Paleat Sprlaar Bed Botloaas. .- We have the above articles of the latest stylet and of sunerior Duality, both in material and finish . and guarantee prioes as low. as AMY house in ths traae. OHIO FURNITURE CO. ..: ' ' -"! J. N.BRITTINGHAs HupX . , B. H. Howt Tress. r. ' sepUO-eod-lv oot38-wlv ' k " " ' " CLOTHING: SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i : it-wi'. ot H'-Jii 1 .V -' '" "! 'l ':ii ! .1 .!' lil'.tlt'u ClotMogVltoporiiia --! '11 :":;: Ui4 ''. i t -- vtoi 1 titt No. 220 South High St., .r....--v 4 t-l,'. r-i (:. iii: !i:i-w stra ... COIilMBlI8, OHJOii ' V HATE JTTST K E C fe t V E TH1 A largest and finest stook of Spring and Summer uoods ever brought to this city, oonsisung ot , ""PreixolA, ' Eujrllwli and ' '' .Domestto Cloths, . . '-' Casaimerea, Sco., For Oen tie men's wear, which lwtll sett at the low v est Cash prices. : ....' ... Also keep constantly on hand a well selected aiockof. J..l til . i . . -! ; READY MADE CLOTHING. lAiitt uiTiimL'D ! -..-. J. .'--. Ann t aL -Lli-TL A ' C90 Koatb Hiffb ttrM'. EURNITURE.!. ,: ai0aALBAIJf. ; .- ......... ' ... 1 OHAKLKS 0. UUOTi, , If BUTLSJt- ...j,,. HALIU, BELLOWS Ac, BUTLER, FURNITURE' WARE -ROOMS, 's.:816&88Si"tl HiahSt., "' ' I -1 1. , i' -i ' COLUMBUS. OHIO, i -. (ZAsir aas4c Mamtfoetery 44 at fits bo e .. , ,,AiMtMast,elA.(a)atA i- "' Their business transactions, both Wholesale and r- Bau.il. new extend throusheut the States of Ohio. , Penasylvaaia and lndiaaa. They manaiaotuie- f - PARLOR, 1 BEDROOM, OlNlNGflOOM, i H ALL. - AND Vo: a i.yi?7.MlUIUr rUltNllBHC J .'n-l .A . of all classes and every design ' ef superior etr1 r manaoip ana nnisn. iso, tvane-oest voau every description. Wholesale and Retail, li febS-dextdlv-ely 7 i! -a ev.-- ..3 l.-.-:i I a FUIlNITURElREPAlRHOP.i r17i TBE 8CBSCR1BKB.( 'ABB NOW pr. pared to repair sns-varnish all kinds of Far ( nitnrei also, to renew eane aeau. MaMrasssss man ufactured and upholstering conducted in all ' branches ia the beet style of workhiaaship. Furni ,ture taken from and delivered to fcouses free of charge. Patrons may be assured 0( having thair lortllaUalrU..TNK ;Mv,fl. -ii I : . - ?sHeuth High street, SI door from ' ' J Upholster. ''.,:,. ?odim , TRANSPORTATION. TRANSPORTATION. NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD "Tbree Traias E,eawe7olaaibus (Vat .Depst), Atauiy (tiuaaays ttxeeatea ----. '-. tllO A. M. NIGHT KXPRIS9, srrivia Zaaesville at 4 A. M.- Ball air. at ?M A? M. Baltiaore at OB A, M.; Washington City at SO Aval. t . . .t.. nki . ."ilMO-A. LIGTmNOtXITtmryrtvfnt at ZanesvUle at 1-4 P.M ; Bellaire at 4 JO P. M " BaHimoiw at 3 A JMi Washinftoa Civ at rjai A M. ..i..,. :00 P. M. EXPKSoat MAIL. anMw .t wSla at 4.-46 P. M. Ballaiia at 8o P u . lT.i.. at 4-45 P. M. Washington City at Sjar f7Z a-Theee trains ass fro an TWO to EIGHT hoars 'advance ef alt atkea until as JiaJ traaere and Washington. i-.r r.,., .,.... Close oonneotiens made at Baltimore and Wash- iaatoa with trains fat PhiUdelpbia and New "fork. Passengers holding through tickets to Kajtera eitiet have the privilege of "' u" '"i s'i? rni ' ni. . (-!?- Fisiling Wwhingloi ". Cltj.frtt, J'- J?rfj ii;a j-fT .H rrr"0l. -yftj V.l"ie,U2 (jo-vl-'i .i No Chag6 of Cdrs at Ohio' River tt ill -f:l AmM Fer-TIC"bUSTS TlaBEUlaVf B. .1'rst.-:BS r,n Ti.-. i ti.-4csi'". ni f tNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation. ; M, COLE. General Ticket AgentVT JNO. W. BROWN, Genl Passenger Agt. 'sBCjIS - --.(" v. -t. - . -. .3-t-lU itfl! rfl'i:' RAILROAD Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia RAILROAD Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN Bos; RAILROADS !;"'Tix! i r. On and after MONDAY. May 11th, 1888, FOB . TRAINS DA1XT will leave CoJumbas FOB CINCINNATI,' LOUIBVIXXS, CAUtoj 8T. LOTHS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- - Tf..-; TJIAHAPOLII ft CHICAOO. - Without change of ears to ' DAY TON and TRICH -' MOND, and only one change of cars to IN- ' a, tmr .DIANAPOLIS and CWCAfiO. - ... , iv 1 Coaaeetions are reliable as follows : si i -; or? ,:. jtbst TRAIN (DallyV" Leaves at liSA A. H. for Cincinnati. CirelevUle Lancaster. Hilleboro and ChiH ieothe; stops at Lon don. Xenia, MorrewvMtad Lev eland, arriving at . ( viuububh a mj4j a. so. . f SECOND TRAIN. !-..i.r"!" iri !:: -Daily except Sundays ;p , !- Leaves at 5SOO A. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at West Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selraa. 1 Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley. CorwinTMorrow, "South Lebanon, Fosters,' Lovetand. Miiford.ar . riving at CincoaaU at 10 JS A. M-seonneetiog with the Mail Boats. .K .:THIRD. TRAIN., ., (Daily except Sundays.) Leaves at 12:85 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aad Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at ' '" ffOTOTH-TaaOT.7 !v 'f A uu v (Daily except Sundays.) -"' Iaves at (:( P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton aad Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma, Cecarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovotaad- and ar riving at Cincinnati at 1W J . M. .. . . ll.eeaiag.Cara en ail Itlfbf Traias. V ,: ') -i-c--Vi'H - , , ,v . 1 . xrtr vtj V unnnvo '.r:-i . 1 . i. J. ' i ;H JNO. Ww DOHERtY. Agent. vuv. n VUlUiBi 1 , AffMli DUR1ND. ' ;vo ..-.jii! i..4 hnnerintenaaiit. I n. .. JOHN DURAND. ,W,L, , O'BRIEN, r Jl-r-Vt-1, - Geallicket Aan.1 ' a maia PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. PAN HANDLE ROUTE. On and after nne x9th, I?, trains will ran as foDowe: : .-.i.i.-. ..-.;. Leave. H. Y. Express.. . Mail -r Fast Line. Columbus...;. .3-00 A.M. 5:16 P.M.1 -11-SOA.M. Newark S:S6A. M. ; 8-50 P. M. .f ll-ia PM. Steubenville...:lAM.4P.AL 5U6P.M. Arrive at . Pittsburgh ..".11 rt A. M. IMS M. n X 7-9S P. M. riueourxu i...ii.iv n, n.'-ix-vw n. 'ir: Harrisbarg S-30 P.M.: P. Mv-6t Philadelpfiia., l- A. M.' 4-50 P. M. -S New York-. tOSA-M.; S-itP.M-,ill:i 6-OU A.A1. 25 A. Ml 11:50 A. M. Baltimore C-45 A. M. 6-2 P. M. U-30 P. M. Washington... 9-40 A. M. MlF.M."1 4-56 P. M. Boston Mir.ll. . ...a..... 1J.-O0P. M. E'egant sta'e room sleeping cars on all night trains. On the rest Line the celebrated -Silver Palace" day and nib oars are run through trom Columbus to Philadelphia and New York without change. tar. Passengers by thei.-oo A. M. Sunday train arrive in Mew York at 5 o'olook Monday .morning, an advantage never before offered. ' - ' - 1 , S.F. SCULL. . h... . OenTTtekat Ag"t, Steubenville, O. W- W. CAKDt Superin tender t, Steubenville. 0. . H.B. BROOKS. -r tc -i .Ticket Agent, Columbus. 0. JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbus. O. 1 - ; juneio-dly ju30 COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY. . 1. ,' ... The - Sberteat Keafe Went "wo j Change of Cars to Chicago. FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Co rn.: vut 1 laaons, as touows 1 . 1 6:30 A. M.-ACCOMMODATION (Sundats exeeDted.) Arrives at Milford S-OS A. M.. Hnrincfteld 11:30 A.M.; LrbanalOrSS A. M.; Uella- fontaine 1.-45; Clyde 6M P. M.; eianduskj 120 P.M, Piqaal-MP.M. . .' -- 10.1 Ci M- DAY EXPRK 8 (8unavs ex- eepted.) Arrives at Richmond 435 P. M.. Indianapolisj-BO P. M.; Louisville 6:30 A. M.; Ter re Haute 1100 P. M.; Mattoon 1-SS A. M : Cairo 4:40 P. M i Panaal A.- M-Alton 7-M A. M.t St. Louis 8-nO A. M.; Lafayette 11-00 P. M.: Chicago SO A. M.-, Springfield, Illinois, :60 A- M.; Quin oy 1-00 P M.; Keokuk i JO p. M, St, Joseph 0 A. M. Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next mirning 8 hears ahead, and for points west of St. Louis. ONE,;TRALV,IN AD VANCE of all other routes. ' r 5 .OA P M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS BX ,ZX PRKtSS (Sundays excepted.) Arrives at Logtnsport 830 A. M.! Peoria l.:46 A. M.; Chicago 730 A. M.J Indianapolis 1 A. l.s Terre Haute 5:35 A.M.: Evscsville 6-38 P. M.; Mattoon 836 A. M.; Pane 10-05 A. M.; Alton 1.40 P. M.; St. Louis t:46 P. M.; Kansas City 706 A. M.; Leavenworta 8:15 A. M.: Lafayette 7:16 A. M.; Springfield 6:50 P. M.: Quincy lx:4S A. M : Keokuk JrOO A. M.; Louisville 7.-45 A. M.: Nashville 6-30 P.M ; Mem phis :16 A. M.; Toledo 6-St A. M.; Detroit 830 A"M", NEW AND ELEGANT ''T'."' '"' rJIeeping Cars , ' RUN ON THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE JT0 LITCHFIELD, ILL, 394 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGEV And arrive at St. Louis the next oav IO bears ahead of any ether route. n.JC P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS.' Daily to In- Ttl dianapeliaesd, Sandays exoepted, to Chiosgo..;-ArrivesatIjoa-ansport8a6 A.M.i Peoria 5-.ro P. M.-jDhieaso 1:00P.M.; Indianapolis 730 A. M.; Terre Haute IOjSAA.M.. KvaarviUe M-t P. M. auoon i:i p. M.; Cairo 4Ut A. Mpana 1-15 P. .; Alton 7:15 P- M.: St. louis 8:10 P. M.: Lafav- ette SJ0 P. M.J LouinviUe 4.30 P. M.; Nashville 4-00 A. M., Memphis 316 P. . M.; Toledo 1:45 P. M ; Detroit 4:10 P. M. ' .-'--i j . . .r - Passertg ers by this train reach St. Louis 4K aid m aieagoa beagsastsadsf any other . . " ' routes. , . 1 State Room fsloep'njj Cara ' -' , . 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