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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. ' Showing the arrival and departure ef trains at Or mbu. Ohio. On and after Monday. lly 34 MS raiu will ran a follow t -'ciawelatma, Oelanasns Clam B. R. ; , " .. 1BATB. iniTI1 H. Y. AWeetern Express.-. 1:10 A.M. " 1:00 A. M ew York Express.s........ 11:10 A. M. 13:10 P. M. til an ipna.. -.. 0 P. M. mo P. M. D.'.aware Aocon.aiode.ioo.. IM P. M. JAI A. M. 1 Mo, 1 Aooommodation....... S.-00 A. M. M. T.ri train lve8nBdaymornln.--Dot Monday! VAXES PATTERSON Agent, ' Utile HUaaal .kCotKflahnacxXeBla B.R . . . IBATB. ABBOT.. : Ki At E(prM ISO A. M. 196 A. M .OineinaatJ Aooommodation- 3:00 A. M. 9:36 P. M. ;.press... 13:25 P.M. 11:00 A. M, Sipnss. ...... 6:16 P. M. 15 p. M ; -. : : 1 JNO. W. iJOHERTT. Agent. : altl-aere Ohio Railroad, Central i Okia AUwlelen. T i I'-'!'1 :- I' MAT". - ABRITB. I -Hlht Bxwai....;:;....:tie A. M. : Tine P. M. UghtninaKxpiwe. HOB A. M. 4:45 P. M JTxpnM Mail- -.-- 3:00 P. M. 11 JO A. M. - ,, , .. ! - "A. D. Smith, Aent. , ('!) " .'V: ! ' : ! Vdialii, Cfelcarw ail laoiaaa Cea tralBallwar. . - ,t?..'iiCinr LBAYB. ABBITB. aright Express 12:05 A. M- 1:16 A. M. Aneommodation 3:45 A. M. 1:60 P. M. Whwi Express 640 P. M. tM P. M., lay xprM.. ....... v-.. -1200 P. M. 110 A. M. G. A. Hill, Agent, aaeaakr, naailltU Niwark It. II. - Traia leara Newark and arrive a follow 7 " ! .!::jt,i- i..(;n iVi XBATB.' ' AB1.TTB. -sight. 06 A.M. I SP.M. aU eed Express. 10.3 A.M. .SS P.M. : aaifield Express 3 46 P.M. 9.46A.M. 1 i i - A. W . Dikmis. Agent. : JPtttsaarB-k. Cincinnati 4c St. Ieals? Railway. ; . r.T-! - s utn.' abbttb. I New Tork' Express... 2:00 A. M. -; 11:16 P. M. Lightnini Express.. .....,,1I:0 A- M. ; 6.-04 P. M. 1 Mail and Expres 1:15 P.M.. , 11:66 A.M. i Denniaon Aeeon.aindatien 6S A. M. "' ' 6:40 P. M. ' .ftew York Express ran daily. All other trains raa 4eilyxeept Sunday. -.... " ' Dennison Accommodation tart from freight ; yard. - - John B. Piters, Agent. '' Closing and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE 1 : 1 - ' ABB1TBS. - OUMBB 1 lantarn -Tdjobbb Mall, a. a. r. X. A. M. r. ria 8tnbnilla aw . .. Tork. . Pittabnif h and ' -. ' Philadelphia............ 1130 116 104N TS0 Clanlaad. Tolado. Waah- i Inaton. u. u.. Mnouij. Boston and Buffalo.--... Cincinnati, thronah A way Xenia, SpriBcneld and M 3 MM Davtoa... 11 Ids Cincinnati through. Xama, : 8prinBald. Dayton and Mad RWar R. R. R 110 11:10 1M Iadianapolia tbroach a way O. P. A X. It R..... ...... Indianapolu, Chicago and 81 Loni. through....... Clmiaad way Bad la wara.. ......... ........... Wheeling and w Zanoa-. Tille and Newark....-. Whaalinr through. Waah iaatoo. D. aad Ualti mora ..... .....a. m RtenbcDTiHa war Knrth vrntviaCTaatlineA Ilia ti60 10 0 11M .... IX llOO 1O0 1S-J0 1130 ' 110 11.-46 ,.. :S0 ... np ... a6 Fort WliM.. 10 .. Worth Gnat, T-a Craatlina A Pittibnrgh CirolaTille. ChUlieotha A Portamoath Vi00 1:0 . .ADeaatar, unto F.t wv t. National Road. 1040 7.-00 Mt. Vara on Way,Wastar- - nlle. Ac.....-. ......... 100 .... Borth Columbui and CUa- ' tonTille........ ay : - . Kfatf W aabingtoB CX, Tia Har- Ttannrg. tin-woe;iy Y feoa , lira and Satnrdan. rantra Villaaa. (trl-waek- It.) Tuaadayi.tharsdayar Ux. 116 and Batordaya..-...-. J . ' OrriCB Hocm. Office opani atK o'oloek A.M." BadeloatMatTSP.M. 8nndaya.openi atSi A.M.. and oloset atX A. M. . --. . All Maili aloae on 8andara at tX P. M. , , JULICS J. WOOD Poatmaatar. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINGS. Gem. TkaaaNs Ewtae;, Jr'i. Ap. peiatBaajaita. - Geperaf, Tlibs.' Ewlng,' Jr' will address tbe people m follow : .'. - J,,',. . ,', At ZANESVIIjIJE.. with othen. Friday. Septem ber asth. . At LANCASTER.. with Hon. Henry Stannary. Saturday. September soth. - At CINCINNATI, with Hon. A. G. Thnrman. Monda. Settember8th. . .. - , . . j At COLCMBUS.Tneaday, September 39th. . -; At DA YTOH. September SOth. . ' '-' At BELEFONTAlSlC, October 1st, -' ' ' i At CAN TON. October Ind, ' At CARDINGXON. Morrow Connty. Ootober 3d - Ilaa. A. O. Tharnai'i Appoiait- Jodee Thnrman will address the people with Bod. I K-iCdtclifield and otbera '' At DAYTON, with other. Saturday. Sept. Mfh.' ' AT HAMILTON wita other, Saturday. Septem ber S6tb. , , At CINCI5WATI, wltb Oen. Thomaa Ewiog. jr Monday, September 28th. ' AT BATAVIA. with lion. Nebion Barrere.' Hon. Darid W. TarbiU..andjthexi. Tneaday. Septem ber 1Mb. ....... AT GEORGETOWN, with Hon. rTelaon Barrere and otbera, Wedaeeday. September Both. - ... AT HILLSBOROUGH, with Hon. jVelaon Barrer "ik others, Thursday. Ootober 1st- AT LONDON, with John H. Thomas. Esq. 'and other. Tbnieday. October 8th. ... At SIDNEY. Shelby county, with others, ee-Friday, September 25th. . . , ,., ... At GALION Monday. October 6th. ' At ASHLAND. Taeoday. Ootober 6th. At DEL AW AKE, Wednoaday, Oetober 7th. At LONDON. Tbaraday. OotoWsth,- , - : At WASHINGTON OH, Saturday, October 10th. Ilaa. IVelaoam .Barrere'i .Appolat-' 1 1 BBieata.' Hon. Kelson Barrere will dlsoiua the po-, litlcal iseuea of the day , ;- , - s At V T ATI A. Tneaday. Septl XSth, with Hon. A. G. Tburmen. At GEORGSTOWN.-Wednoaday, Sept. aoth. At HILLSBOROUGH. Tauraday, Oct. laU IIa. ee. E. Pa(h ..... inn tpeak At DAYTON. Saturday craning, Sept. SRth. At HAMILTON. Saturday areoinf .Ootober 1Mb, Ge-; iarblB Ward, , ..: With Colonel John U.Connell 1 ' J: '.' AtCLYELAND.to the Whit Boy in Blue, Fri r day. September 16th. . , At TOLEDO. Septeaibar lath. , At KLMUKKf wwowa county, aooday, Beptem- berSSth. , .. At PERSYSBUBG. Tneaday. September SSth. AtDAYl'uN.wiih Geo. Thomaa awing aad other. Wedn-adar, September 30th. AtCIsCINNATL Tharaday. Oetoher 8th. . -At SPRINGFIELD, Satarday araniug, October Jd. - s-i .-1 " ': : i Will speak . . h . :- . . At TEXAS. Chaapaiga eoanty. Saturday. Ooto ber M. AtPIQUA.Ooterh. - - At UJUkbA Y1LLE. Ocaabar th. ' - . B Eataelaaaa, Witn Gen. Dnrbln Ward, will address the people At CLKTB LAND, Friday, September Sith. ' . ' At TOLEDO. Saturday, Septe nber 18th. tPERRYSBUKG, Tnadar, September 19th. ' , At ELMORE, Ottawa oounty, Monday, September 98th.- . : ; -' Gem.-'O.: VT. McCoalc elcVOeai. .-' ' Jaaepla H. 3ela;er Will, with ethers, address tbe people - - ',: At DELAWARE. Fridar erenlng, Sept. 15th. AT WOODSFIELD, Monroe eoanty. Tharaday. Ootober Hth. rn- - ir flaa. 3eo.' IX Peadleioai win speak . ' At McARTHCR. Friday". September fh. At PORTSMOUTH. Saturday, September S8th.., At ClKCLEVILLti. Monday. September 38tb. At MoCONNELLSVlLLK. Tueaday, Sept.S9th. : At CUSHOCTOM. Wednesday, September 3oth. At HEW PHILADELPHIA. Thursday, Oct, lat. At feTEU'BENVli.LEiFriday.Oot.ld. At YOUNGSlOWN.8aturday.Oct.3d. ... '. At BLV RIiwdneday.Oct. Tth. , " , At Mr. VERNON, 'i huraday, Oct. 8th. 1 " T ' ' At NAPOLEON. Henry eounty. Friday, Oct. 9th. . At TRO t , Ootober 10th. , .. Boat.' CkUlloa A. Walte'a A ppaiat-: Heat. Hon. ChlftonA. White, with J. H. 8 .' Trainer, Eeq and Bon. James B.Hubbell, AtBtJCTBUS.Thunday.Sept.14th. J "; - ClaSN. JOHBPU IX. ICIt. ;: Will speak ':--. to - A MaBYSVILIiE. Union eounty, Saturday. Sep tember Mtb. - . At NEWARK, Tuesday erening, September tld. It COSHOCTON. Wednesday. September S0U. At NEW PHILADELPHIA, October Ut.7 49ea. Gea. W: McCoalc" , Will speak . : At MABr&VlttJC. Saturday. September 28th. !?6eaaaIa.- 1V Ubfoeil, ' Will sneak.. ) f. At KUCi'RU!. Thursday, September Sith. . n At ZANESVil-LE. Friday. .September SUM. ;.,. i At1Nt?ASTERaturday.epUmheTSWth n At CJiCLK V LLk.k. Monday. September a.h.-' WIU speak with Gen. Geo.-W. McCook At MACWN'S GB0VK (Oroya UityJ. Fridv. Sep7 AtVfirY ALBAJJY', Sataraay.'Septomber Mth. rrIT 'I 1 Hon. P. Yaa Trnmp Will speak - J " - At GROVEPORT, October loth- At COLU MBUS, October loth, erening. Ha. Cnlltoa A. White And others will speak : " " 1 '. "' At MILLEBSRURG, Holme Co. Thursday, Oct. 8th. ,v - . ...Bob. Fraak II. Hard . , . . T Will speak with Gen. Thomas Ewing Jr., At BELLS FONTAINE, Oct. 1st. I At CANTON, Oot. Id. At CARD1NGTON. Oot. 3d. c- K.T.IcIaB7, EHi. '. wm speak At COSHOCTON, Saturday erening. Sept. K b. Hob. See. sL CoBTeaue . Will address the people ' " ' At TROY. Miami. Co.. Oct. 1st. , , Gea. Geo. W. MefJooW, and Hob. - Robert Hatchcaeia, Will speak with Hon. Geo H. Pendleton At YOUNGSTOWN, Got. 3d. Col. W. M. Smallwootl and Col- ! - s. w.:coit, . Or New Orleans, and late of the Federal army will, speak At CINCINNATI. Monday. Oct. 6th. Has, Cblltoa A. White" Will speak with Hon. A. G. Tburman, At SIDNEY. September SSth. At MARTS V1LLE, with Wm. Heisley. Esq., Rentemher 16th. in eonseauenoe. of nrofeuinnkl engagements, Gen. MoCook will not be at the Ma rysriile meeting. , Gea. George W. McCook With others, wiU speak . At RAVENNA , Monday, Ootober 5th. WARREN. Tuesday, Ootober 8th. . .. ; , Ibr.Charlea Allea,. Of Washington, D.Cn will speak with Hon Georjre H. Pendleton, at - MrARTHUR. September 25th. PORTSMOUTH. September 18th. v C1RCLEV1LLE, September 28th.- . ; : - i McCONJiELSViLLE September 89th. .. :. Further announcements of meetings and speakeia will be made hereafter. .- E. F. Bingham, Ch'n. W. W. Wsbb, Sec'y. ' . -- - DEMOCRATIC GERMAN MEETINGS. , .; MUH. John B. Jenp, Esq., Editor of the Cincin nati Voiktfreund, will address the people in tbe German language as follows : . AT WOODFIELD, Thursday. Ootober 8th. ' : All the above meetings will be in. the evening, unless otherwise ordered by" the connty committees. . ' Hon. Emil othe, of Wisconsin, will speak '?--i. - . : At CHILLICOTHE, Frida. September 15th. At PO RTSMOUTH, Saturday. September 16th, At CICLEVILLE. Monday. September SSth. AtCOLUMBUS.TnesdaySeptember SSth. At COSHOCTON. Wednesday, September 10th. At NEW PHILADELPHIA. Thursday, Oet. 1st. At 81 EUBENV1LLE, Friday. October 2d. , - ; At TOUNUSTOWN. Saturday. Ootober Sd. - : At CLEVELAND, Monday, October 6th. At SANDUSKY CITY. Tueaday. October 6th. Other German meetings will be here after announced. E. F. BINGHAM. Ch'n Dem. Ex. Com. O. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP MEETINGS. . The Democratic County Executive Com mittee announce the following township meetings: Central College, Friday, September 25th. at IP. M. Speaker Hn. Geo. L. Conrerae and Tbof. oparrow. ...... Aaler'a School House, Friday erening. September 16th. Speakers Thoa. Sparrow and Geo. L. Con rerae. Groreport, Saturday, September 36th, at 3 P. M. (Pole raising.) Speakers George L. Conrerae, A. Mayo and J. Dt. John Clarkaon. - . 8 pansier' School Bouse, Saturday erening, Sep tember 16th. Speakers George L. Converse, J. St. John Clarkaon and A- Mayo. - Alton, Wednesday erening, Sept. 39th. Speak era ueorge L uoarerse ana u. Loewenstem. Bnggs School House, Wednesday ereni3. B--timberSOth. Speakers E. B. Eabelman and E. T. DeLany. Jones' School House, Brown township, Thursday, October 1, at 3 P. M. Speakers John M. Push ana B. o. juueunan. Billiard Station, Thursday erening. October 1, at 7 o'elook. Speakers E. B. Eahelman and Judge J. M.Pugh. Shade-ill e, Friday erenins;, October Sd". Speakers John G. MeGuffey and C. Loewenstein. Black Liok. Friday erening, October Id. Speak ers Geo. L. Conrerae and B. Eahelman. Dublin. Saturday, Ootober 3d, at 3 P. M. Speak ersGen. Jos. H. Ueiger, J. C. Groom and C.Loew ensteia. Worthington.' Saturday erening; October 3d. Speaker Gen. Jo. H, Geiger. 0 Loewenstein and J. C. Groom. . . The committeemen in the several town ships will' make the necessary arrange ments' for these meetings. Let everybody turn out and hear the Important issues of the campaign discussed. . ' . -. . JOHN G. THOMPSON. Chairman Dem. Ex. Co. W. S. HUFFMAN, Sec'y. $100 Silk Banner. At a meeting of the Democratic County Central and Executive Committees, held at Thurinan Hall, on Saturday, August 29, the following resolution was- unanimously adopted : r "' ' Betolved, That tbe ward or township in Franklin county giving tbe largest propor tionate increased Democratic vote lor the Democratic State Ticket, over tbe vote. given for Judge i hurman tor Governor, In 1S67,' shall be entitled to and receive from the committee, a magnificent Silk Banner, oorth one hundred dollars, to be held by the townstiip or ward winning it two succes sive years'. JOHN G. THOMPSON. Ch'm'n Co. Ex. Com. W. S. HUFFMAN, Secretary. Thos. C. Thurman Will address tbe 'Seymour and Blair Club at Milford Centre, Union county, on Friday evening, September 25th. . . - PROCLAMATION. HHEKIFF'lS ; PROCLAMATION! THE QCALITIED VOTEfll OS Franklin county are hereby notified to meet at their respective places of holding eleetions on the 3d Tueaday of October. A. D, 1688. being the , , lStla Day October A. . 186$, ana roie ior toe rouowing omoer. to-wiu . i One Secretary of State; - - One Judge of the Supreme Court; One Memberof B ard of Pnblto Works) One Co ' n.issioaer of Common School; One Clerk of Snn'-etne :onrt: One Representative in Congres to represent tue rieveniu yongrwsionai visirioi; One Clerk of thelourtof Common Pitas, One Prosecuting Attorney; , One County Commissioner; ' - Oue Infirmary Director, and -' - . One ilenntr Mnmvnr. . . The Trustees of the aereral Townabios are n. anired to return to tbe Clerk of the Court tbe name of the following number of Jurors; - City A MontgomeryTpeO Perry.................. S Frnklin...i. ......... 6 B'endon I Jackson A Plain 3 Pleasant.. ...... ....... 3 Jefferson.......... 2 Prairie ....8 Mifflin... Brown 2 Truro S fiorwicB ...3 Hamilton. Washington ... Sharon i .,.... 3 Madisoa...........u.. 6 .. 3 Clinton 3 ' Girea under my band and seal, this 8th day lbueau ox Dcpccmoer, &. is. ooo. . GEORGE H. EARHART, : i Sheriff of Franklin County, Ohio. ! sspB-dAwtd ( NEW YORK. REEVES' AMBROSIA FOB" TC jttE JHt A. 'J. It . : Improved I .-i. -.r. It it an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ,. ' , . , . It oauaet the Hair to Curl beautifully. It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. ' . ; It invigorates tbe Boots of the Hair. ' ' It forces the Hair And Beard to grow luxuriantly. It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. " It keeps tbe Hair from Changing Color from Age.-, It resenre Grey Hair to its Original Color. . ; -. It brings oot Hair on heads that bar been bald oi ! t :-.i !. yo. : .- : i - r It is composed entirely of simple and purely reget- ' ' ' ble aubatanoea. " . .... It bag received orer six thousand roluntary testi monials of its excellertoe, many '. whioh are from physicians in high standing. s . Jt la sold in half-'ponnd bottles; (the name blown in the glass), by Braggists and Dealer in Fancy Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole sale by Dem as Barnes A Co'.; F. C. Wells A Co.; BoMeffeiin'i Col, New York. rstrHW-nTChJT-dlr ' BUSINESS DIEECT0RY ARCHITECT. R T. BROOKES. e Architect, Civil Engineer, Ae. . umce orer tbe national excuange oaua. ATTORNEYS. LttA6Eti Ac NASH, ' f- ATT0RNE18 AT LAW Office, No. 69 South High street, Ambos Bnild ing. ' . - JAJTIES O. BULL. - ATIOBNEY-AT-LAW A MAYOR, 1 Mayers Office. DWAROT.Dea.ANX, : ATTORNE I-AT-LAW A NoUry Public Office in Parson's Building. V. WOODRUFF. a ATTORNE f-AT-LAW A Notary Public. umce 101 oouto mgn street. AUCTION AND C OM&HSSION, J -. BEAL, Auctioneer and Dealer in Real Estate House hold Goods, Clothing and Notions, 1 No. 7 West Broad street. ' BATH ROOMS. GEOKGE 91A7EK, Barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and Cold Baths. Basement Postoffioe Building. BOOK BINDERS. . o Book Binders Blank Book Manufacturers, Printers and Publishers. Opera BuiHing. BOOTS &. SHOES. T. WlLLlAAlft & CO.. 144 South HiaTh atrMt.- Juit Ttivei. m.n elegant aBsorttneot. Aew bUIm. low Drioes. la.. iim. nlA.Rall. I i.df vaiabw,U MJ Is the noted bouse for good Boots and Shoes at low prices. New Stock just received. - . - 176 South High street. COAL DEALERS. ROBIPtSON CO , Dealers in Pittsburgh and Ohio Coal. Also, Uoke, Drain Tile and Stone Sewer Pipe, N o. Ml Worth Hich street. COMMISSION MERC HAN TS. Hi FITCH A SON, e Commission. Forwarding and Produce Mer chants, dealers in Urain. Flour. ao 27 W. Broad street. CORSETS. DR. SA UN lEt tc. CO. a Manufacturers and Dealers in French, Ger man and American Corsets. Also, Hoop skirts. 181 Opera House. CROCKERY, &o.. WM. 1ELTOM, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in China, llueensware. Glass, Plated Goods, Lamps and Lamp r ixturea. - 4 North High street. C-1 V, f A F, J Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer n Crockery, China, Glass. Cutlery, Plated Uooda, Uoal Oil Lamps, Ao. . 159 Sonth High street. DENTISTRY. WARNER Ac EIinUAEB, N o. is East Broad atreet We aim to be the bet. GW. DUNN, DENTIST. The best ityle e of Dentistry, including Dunn's Improved Mineral Plate. Omoe, 10 and 11 Opera Block. DRY GOODS. c s--vi?KV.-v Ar rn.. 'e Dealers in Drr Goods. Notions. Carnets. Oil Cloths, kiattinas. Shades. Hats. Caoa and Fur. corner mga ana rneoa Btreeie. T D. OS BORN Ac CO., U 143 Sonth High street, I M.fttm.. n;lllln(h. I!n.l.in. !if- l-.n. Fancy Dry Goods. . H'A'. Ac W. At. FAK, e Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, and Manufacturers of Ladies' Cloaks. . 138 S. High street. POIIRTH ST.DRY GOODS STORE, A? F. Krum A Co., eash dealers in Dry Goods and n ou-'DB, too ovum r vunu aireew - TAMES NAUOH I ON. O Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, NaughtonBaUding, Nos. 118 and 122 South High street. Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and uents' urnismng Hoods. no. s JNeil House. GILGUUlsT, ORAI A CO., Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. No. 89 South High street- A (!. HcAULKl ck CO.. Ill Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Cloths, r ura, euj. xau a xo3 oouin mgn street. DRUGGISTS. DEPOT DRUG STORE. ' , JOHN S. ROBERTS. " , Druggist and Apothecary. 364 North High street. AttfLE tc Klt'SO, WUUL6SALKA KKI'AIL DRUGGISTS. .- loo South High St.. Columbus, O. DRAtU, BRl'CKACO.. X Wholesale and Retail Druggists, and Dealer iu ciujimuu; aieaiomea. . 24 North High atreet. ENGRAVERS. D1CHE8 A IIOOUE. Ck Designers, Engravers and Publishers. Nota rial ana otner seals engraved to order. No. 107 and 109 South High street. FURNITURE, &c. COLUMBUS CABINET CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal ers in Furniture, Chairs, Mat trasses, etc. , No. 201 South High St. (Upera House). t H10 FURN ITUKe CO.. J Alanufacturers of first class Furniture. Whole sale and Retail Warerooma. 6, T and 8 Gwynne D1UCK. HOUSE FURNISHING. TJ B. AKMS IBONU Je Co.. AJJe Dealer, in Mantles. Stores and House Far- nisning uooos. Alto, iin.Uopper and' Sheet Iron ware. u nasi lows street. A KENS tc STUART. - t. House Furnishing Goods, Mantles. Grates, uuppcr, iia ana oueei iron, otovea ana mantles. sua sontn mn street ii Dealers in Hardware, aouse Furnishing Good', Marble and Slate Mantles. Grates. Mb res. Hot Air - HOOP. SKIRTS. 171 tCEfcU. lit : Uannfaotiirar and Wholesale Dealer in Hoop oKiruj eiua jocwgv&. aw. aeaier in DeriiQ itepaer 1 IT-. i t i. in .L ll:L au laUCJ UUUUbi AK i-UUlU El IKL1 BirWl, HOWE SEWING MACHINE. Q P. AKfELLi ij. Dealer in Musical Merchandise. Boots. Sta tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Special Agent for tbe celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing macDiDe. sa. o ouucu man aireet. HATS & CAPS. SATRS. Hi. m. AiAUF. iu. (Successor to E. Lauf J Dealer in Hats, Caps, r urs ana straw uooa zzat sontn mgn street. . (Sign Golden HaU HOTELS. YTATIONAA. HOTEL. A.1 .w..-... Opposite Depot. J. H. DAVIDS H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor. u NITEtr VI ATE8 HOTEL, . , Corner High and Town streets. E. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor! ryETTLEH HOUSE. ' Li Corner Fourth A Friend sts. Commodious boose ana extensive staoiea. , ; , .t . - L. A BOWERS. Proprietor, MERCHANTS' HOTEL, tt -.- : - 140 youth High street. Good stabling attach ed to premise. ' ' W ' P. THATCHER, Proprietor. ' INSURANCE, t CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE snrance Compsny. Assets. SIMOO.OOO. . ? - WM. JAAUSON, Agent. Columbus. QJ N' EWKIRK A MILTENBERGER, GENERAL AGENTS Security Life Inanrane. Company, No. 6 Opera House. TTOMK IN8URANCK COM PAN V - OP u iOiumous, u. apuat ara Assets, a40U.ai4.X7. W, C. M. BAhtER, Sec'y. MILLINERY GOODS.0 c W . SIMMONS. ' Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods. ii a. High street, upera aouse Block. tfRS. A. DOWNING, mings. No-67 North High street. J II. WILKlaT, , - Dealer in Millinery, Pros and Cloak Trim- miags na f ancy uooas. u soato ruga itreet. j BUSINESS DIRECTORY MERCHANT TAILORS. SCHAt'HAUsEN 4k HOHLLEBEK, Merchant Tailors and Dealer in Gents' Far nishing Qooda, ui No. 68 North High street, GW.N1SWAXDER, Merohant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur nishing Goad. Also ageatforthe Diamond Shirts, , : .121 Soach Huh atreet. THE OHIO RERCHAHT TAILORING A CLOTHING CO.. 186 S. High s. Genu' suits made to order. Beady-made Clothing al ways on hand. .TOUN Ui UlCKEKUACHtH, fj Merohant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. - No.ClNorth High street. JOHN HUNTER, MERCHANT TAILOR. MO South High st. Choice stock of Clothing constantly on hand. . NEWS DEALERS. AMDKbWIAHOLLr News Dealers. Booksellers and Stationers. No. 66 South High street, next door to Poatoffice. ipueo, UML,rTIALN-N, -' News Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind er. Publications ia both German aad English. 131 South High atreet. PAPER. WAREHOUSES. ANDREWS. PEKHV A CO., - Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Print ing aad Wrapping Papers, A3 A 96 North High at. Nt TINS a mvFjas. Dealers in Priming, Book, Writing and Fine Papers 36, 88 A 40 Nori h High street. ' - PHOTOGRAPHERS. BALDWIN fc s-i-ETF.NS, PHOTOGRAPHERS. i . ' 81 rion'h High atreet.' J.TI. ELLIOTT, e PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South High street. Pictures made in erery style and sise. D JJ.ABOHEK.1 ' - t---- -- Photographs. Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etc.. soutn mgn street. PHYSICIAN. EM. DOWNS, M. D. e No. 3 Opera House. Treats Diseaesof the Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungs. Also, Diseases of Women and Children. PIANOS. J P. HARRIS Ac CO., , Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A Co.'s and Haines A Bro.'s Pianos.. Also, Organs, Melodeona and other musical instruments. - 88 North High ftreet. T C. WOODS. (J A sent for Chickerings and Emmeraon'a Pi- anoa. Also, Urgana, Melodeona and nueet tnusio. . - .. . . St South High street. RESTAURANT. B AHK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, Corner State and High streets. . CHARLEY MYER. Proprietor. SEWING MACHINES. A EI1A SKWtNG MACHINES. XX The best in the world. Nos. 1 and 3 Opera House. . W. PIMMBL, General Agent. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ra d. DDBtu A-ce,. lXm Dealers in Fins Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, riaieaware,. Dpeotaoies, oo,, xio. ia jm, xvwu street. rtATKS Ac HARRINGTON. vJI (Sucoessora to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia mond. Watch a. Jewelry, Buret ware aua spec tacles. No. 3 Nail House. ...... . n A.4L tEort;Btnx X1 Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watehea. Clocks and Jewelrr. Dit. 71 south riigh street. STRICTLY WHOLESALE. B AIUCUOFT BROS, tc CO.. Wholesale Dealer in Dry Goods and Notion, 3 and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street. m-.i: i. Jones tc Co.. . . . . .. . Aa Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots and shoes. No. 2 Gwynne Block, lown St. BANKERS. P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO.. BANKER ST Corner Broad & High Sts. COLUMBUS, OHIO. ' feb6-dly r ' - ;. ' P. HAYDHV. JOS. HUTOBBSOK. W-.B. BATPXK, ; HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO., NO. 13 S. HKIH S'I BEET, ' ' " - -'i 1 :'. ' " ' imnto-dlr-r . ColvmbaisO NOTICES. NOTICE. BANK OF COMMERCE, 1 Clktelamd. May 22, 1B68.J XTOTICE IS HER EOT GIVEN TO THE Xr holders of the outstanding notes of the late Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested, that after tbe expiration of aix months from this date, application will oe nade to tbe Auditor, sec retarr and Treasurer of State to surrender to said Bank the t oks deposited to secure the outstanding circulation oi saia liana in pursuance oi tnetortj first (41 seotion of the act to authorise Free Bank ing, passed Alarch zist. iH5i. JOSEPH PERKINS. President H. R. Hoklbct. Cashier. may26 d6m The Sisters of St. Marj's, rT THE SPRINGS. RECENTLY OP J Somerset, Perry eounty, will open their large tba first Mnndar in Seotembe-. 1868. For Board and Tuition. $75, 80. S86 and $90, aocording to the de partment oi the pupiu , , sn. Bust, sup't. Address Box 361. - aus3-dtf FOR WALE. , A PAIR OF "JOB GODWIN" COLTS. FIVE a. and six years' old. very handsome, kind and souna . w in oe oia low. aug26-dtf hlCHARD NEVINS. MISCELLANEOUS. SEALS D PROPOSALS 117 ILL BE KECEIVEDAT THE OF. V V fioe of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus, VUIU, UUkl. . ' , l Rloaday, 8rpt. 98 lb, 1868,' at 4 o'olo -k P. M for furnishing materials and doing the following work to-wit: Forgradingand paring the nnpared sidewalks. gutters a ia crossings an x air auey irom itica street to W.lnnt allev .' For grading and paring Fair alley from Town street to Walnut alley. For gradin. and paring the unpared gutters and grading nd graveling the sidewalks on John street from Cleveland arenue to Washltgton avenue. - For repari Dg the gutters and crossings aad side- waia on tne west side oi seventh, street from Rich atreet to Fiieod street. For grading and paring the sidewalks, gutters and erossincs, and g'aile the roadway on Oak street from Washington avenue to East 1-ablie lane. For grading and pavioc the nnnaved gutters and sidewalks on toe west side oi film street from Friend street to Noble strret. For building a stone culrert aoross Broad street nenr Windsor lane. The bidn ill be opened by the committee of the warda in whioh theimpmvemeotiato be made. The committee reserve the right to reject any or all bids at taeir aiscretiou. - - B. F. BO WEN, ' ' 1 CHv Civil Rniinur. City Civil Engineer' office. No. 88 South High street, up stairs. sep'43-dtd T. B. BHEPAJtD. O. WOBIOBB, CHEAP BOOTS AND; SHOES. NEW.. riRM. , rri - SI SHEPARD HAVING -'FOR MED A a partnership with G. H0R1GER. for the purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at !Q, 1S SOUTH HIGH STttEET, Would respectfully invite their friends and tbe public generally to call and examine their fine and well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di rect from the East, and which they are now offering lor .alexin the most reasonable terms. - In our man ufacturing department special attention is given to CUSTOM MADE WORK. Repairing of all kinds 'neatly and nrnmnMv ilm. We would respectfully solicit a share of publio patronage. Please give us oall. No trouble to Bonn KilK18. Remember the place : No. 163 South High street i una ' . SHEPARD A HORIGER. -Columbus, O., Sept. 13, 1868. . . dtf . Sheriff's Sale. Conrad Born l Court of Common Plea ys - of , John B. h. 8egar. - ' ' ' Franklin connty. : ' BT TIRTUE OP A FI FA TO ME DIRECTED from sai i Court, I will offer for sale at public auction, at tbe door of the court house, ia the nit. ot Columbus, on , . . w Monday, tbe 5th day of October!' A. D 1868, .... ' " ' at 1 o'clock P. M.. the following property to-wit- One single top Bueev. one HonKl. . ..j . wlt- JonnMUSbe By J. S. BuLL.Deputy." RHABT" W. H. Duknicc, Att'y. epS3-dlut MEDICAL PREPARATIONS. ! R O SAD A t I S! THE GREAT AMERICAN inn- sr -: ii 1 4 C : HEALTH RESTORER I The Best Blood ' Purifier la the 5 World. 1 XR. ItlCTVCXi'S COMPOUND EXTRACT KOSADALIS ! ASafeaad Cerlala Carei(aBd She OBly oae wet lieMverd) Cor Mcrofola ia Its Various Forms, SUCH AS Consumption in its early stages, Enlargemen and Ulceration of thi Olanda. Joint, Bones, Kidneys and Uterus, Chronic Rheumatism, . Eruptions of the r .e.''"' " Skin. Chronio - " Bore Eyes, Ac ALSO- ' IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS, DISEASES of WOMEN, Lou of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Com plaint, rain in tne naoa, imprudence in Life. Gravel. GENERAL II.I. HEALTH, - AND ALL DISEASES OF THE Blood, K.Iver, Kldaey dc Bladder. It thoronshlr eradicates every kind of hnmor and bad taint, and restores tba entire lysiem to a healthy condition. -IT IS PEKFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro ducing the slightest injury. THE ROSADALIS I. not a secret mediaine. The articles from whioh it is made are published around each tittle, and it isnsed and recommended by the Medical Faculty where-er it has been introduced, as a POSll'IVE and KbbiAoLK Medicine tor iisease oi tne ui i i i . i 01VUU, CI wm UllUlOJfc ty Used aad ladorsed bv the leHdioe: Pbyiciaaa et-ery-Where It l a aaowa. , - ' i - . i t The following, among many hundreds of our best eitisens, testify to its wondertul emcaeyi CERTIFICATES FROM PHVS1CIANS. s " B AtnaoBB. Md., March 4. 1868 I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be the Bsst Altkrat m IN Usb, and therefore eheerfully recommend it as such. . , , THOMAS J. BOYKIN. M, D, Baltihobb, February 10, 1SG8 B Dr. J. J. Li.siHca. Iiritr Str T take pleasure in recommendias ronr ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have seen it used in two eases witn nappy results one a case of secondary syphilis, in which the patient nrononnoed himself cured after having taken five bottles of Tour medicine. The other a ease of scrotula, of long standing, which is rapidl" improv ing under its use, and the indications are that the patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam ined the formula by which your Kosedaiis is made. and find it an excellent compound ot alterative in gredients, i ours truiy, R.W.CARB.M D We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in recommending it to the profession ana tne puolio. A. D, MOORE. M. D.. L.A.ST1TH, M. D., J. H. W1NS1EAD, M.D., . - K. G BAKHAM.M.D.. " W. G.DUGGaN, M.D E. BARN KH, M. D.. R. W. KING, M.D., u w ii i . t) i, u ri W. T. BKEWER, m. D., W.J. BULLOCK. M. D.: Janurr 7. 1P6S. 1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted with tbe above named Physicians, and they are all gentlemen of respectability and standing in this community. T. C. -DA VIS Mayor of Wilson, N. C. January 11. 1868. Bosiadalia will Cure the 'Wore Cases of Scrofula Read the 1 N (a lenient Below and Iespair Not. Wilson County. September 10, 1867, Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest daughter, aged five years, bss been dreadfully at flioted with r-profula nearly all her life. I tried a great many physicinns, but without relieving her mucn; in fact, most oi inem saia mere was no nope of cure. During tbe. last r priegshe wtf worse than ever: uer UWIJ anil iiiuuo uqiuk uuidl ru wilj Hirce and blotches with face and eyes badly nice a ted and swollen. While in this condition was ad vised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis. I at onoe procured three bottles, and commenced giving it to ner. The effect was magical. In less than a month- to my great astonishment, she was entirely urs, with much respect and gratitude, . v. staiitll. Roeadalfs Care all Skin Diseases. Wils jk. N, C, September 16, 1887, Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 1863 my son, now aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to be impure matter, which completely destroyed his neaito. n. uu unu imiuwa wiiu u inveuraie and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin, sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac Rosadalis was pres nbed by my family physician, nr. A, u. Moore, After taking it a few weeks my son became and re mains entirely well. Yours truly, J.B.DANIEL. Chromic Iiiver Cosnplatat Cared. , This is to eertifv that I was cured of Chronic Lir. er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, sfter baring been confined to my bed and house for a long time, ana trying rartous meaioines wunout oenent. 1 know of sereral others in this oounty cured through the use of Rosadalis. and it can be found in nearlr erery bouse in my neighborhood, and ther ail praise it as a great meoicine. " m rrn tl a it ntll -r mr ': Green County, August 14, 1867. Rosadal is Is a Potest Remedy fa all JhroBlc Aiseasea ; Faoat G. W. Blocnt. Ebq.V'attobnit 'at Lav. W USDS, ItOKTB VABOUSA. I hare been cured of Chronic Inflammation of tbe Ear and rental JJeatness. ot t-n years standing, by Bosaaaiis. UJ2.U. w . uiMun i, Rositdall will Care the Very Worst Cases of Chronic Rheniaatlsm." Portsmouth, Va.. February 36. 1868, Captain J. H. Baker : Dbak Sib- Thia ia to eertify that I hare been afflicted with Kheumatiam. or th last -Are or six years, many times unable to more. 1 tried all med icines recommended to me for the disease, without receiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis" hithly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding some relief, continued it until I am happy to say that I am completely well. 1 -not only consider the "Roeeds'lVa sovereign remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe it also a pre ventive, and ,L oheerfully recommend it, to the amioMHi, . . . a uuxs. vary iruiy. . .y-r T t-- ' " .JAaiTs WEBB. -, ' t" II ,nv l.nnan T Iom ' I hereby certify Chat 1 have nsiwl Hp. r.M,i. tnatlr celebrated Rosadalis ia my family u Mn. era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most -satisfac tory results, ana i tnereiore eonseientioasly recom mend it to the publio as a medicine of rare and gen- . . - !. T .,,.. . ... a. . ... . ouiBHEii, n .a.nr.,1 TT . UA t Jo. t e; v ohenff of Wilgon connty, N. C. ROB ADALIB- Tbi medicine baa met with an na. precedented success in this community. Capt. Ba ker, the polite and attentive agent for thia city, in forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tne demand made for it; and that themedioii e is effeot ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis faction to all who have used it Jorfolk ( FoJ Prenared only by J. J LAWRKNCK U f 11 Chemist. Baltimore. Md., (late of Ailson. N. C.) Price SI fiOoer bnxtla . . '. srSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale urnEoists in ail tne larsra cities or tn. it mtwt .-sijiia. and British- America, and retailed by druggists erery where. .. - -., . ? . - - . .-- - au letters oi inquiry etc., promptly answered. Address Drr J. J. LAWHivNUfc. ACU.. sole pro prietors and manufacturers. a!44 Baltimore street. Baltimore, Aid WESTERN DEPOT,'"-, XTJC3rC3rAIT. 230 Vino St., Cincinnati, O. .. . , 1 l. ) ,. . a n as-jfor sale in vyoiuuiuu. uj jl,.uu, orau m io. Huston A Gardner, S. E. Samuel A Co.. andJB Jones A Son.. uiaylS-dAwly TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. ni; .Fat-wre Tt7araa,lixaa " 3D.lX-y i , . . EXCEPT SUNDAY. ' From Columbus, in connection with Trains en it E.ltUe nilanal Sc Col una baa A Xeala Railroads. , . , . , j WTOHT tCTPRRSS Taraa Colambn at 1:1 A.M. Will atop at Delaware. Cardington. Gilead, Galion. Crestline, 'Shelby, New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at 630 A. M., New York 7.-W A. AU , This train leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. M l ACCOMMODATION Leave Colambas at 6.-00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This train sUrts from tbe Freight Yard. ' NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbus at 11:10 A.M. will atop at nets ware araington.wu ton. r.-Mtltn. Hhadb,- New London. Wellinaton Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3M P. M., New York next day at 3:4 K.M. MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbusat3a P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lewis Center Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar rive at Cleveland at:U P. M.. New York 19 JO P.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL- a m . , , , a , . i . . . , , , a - -, i a vf a ij ueaves voiumous at .:w r . m. yvui Bton at all stations between Colnmbns and Spring field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield ran r, a, i nis train leaves npnngfleia at 8:t A. M-. arrives at Delaware at 3:10 A. ,M.i Colambu 1045 A.M. , . , i I 'i ' ' Pa teat SleepiagCars are ran ob al Night 1'raias to Chicago, ' -- . Mew ' York aad -1 i . Bostoa. . - A9 Baggage cheeked through to New York and Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia aad now l ora, via uresuine. RETURNING: Nisht ExDre8s arrives at Colnmbns at 1:00 A. M Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbui at 13J6 aT. . Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P. M. Springfield Accommodation arrives at Coluinbu at 1035 A.. M. Fare an Cow as by aar Other Rente ' Ask for Ticket ria Crestline or Cleveland. E. S. FLINT. ' , , , Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio. JAMES PATTERSON, i Agent, Columb (.Ohio. Columbus. May 11, 1868. DRY GOODS. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES - AT GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.'S Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street. We are now offering to oar customers sbbat bab- e aihs in SUiyiMER DRESS GOODS White Iron Grenadines, Brocade Jaconets, ' .Percales, Piques, &&, Are selling at prioaj that car not fail to give sti- lacnon. We keep eonsUhtly on hand a full line of OEXTS FURNISHING GOODS. We warrant our . IMPEBIAL . SHIRTS 'To gira entire satisfsction.1 We hare in stock a oomplete asaorment of i House JTuralsliIng- Grools i !, j Jnst received, , Xhe New Style "PANIEB SKIBT.r) :: . r-;-:.T - - : , : I .-; V'.. ' . Agentsfor tbe LUCBETIA CORSET. . Abo. sole agents for Harris' Seamless Kids. Full assortment of Alexandre's Kid Gloves. " GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.. ' - - Nos. 26. S, 27 A 2 South High St.? MJGHTOFS SPRING- & SUMMER DRY GOODS., EXrRAORDIMRY INDUCEMENTS ' TO BUY AT ' ' NAU CHTON ' S Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially" invited to call ana examine tne . JV E W STOCK. DRESS GOODS .'..'..'..CHEAP! - FANCY GOODS-.. ........ .. CHEAP ; . SHAWLS.. CBIAPI i DOMESTICS- CHEAP. EVERYTHING .....CHEAP! , 7- -. I '1 7'.li I .i JAMES NATJGHTON, 118 tc 128 Sonth High Street, .. norll-dly-apxlV COLUMBUS. OBIO CLOTHING. , v FALL -AND WINTER;; GOODS. HUNTER'S:-: Clotliiu Efiiporiuni, No. 230 South High StM ... . ' " coLimmi, oiiio. . .. . - .. . , . a r , t. j - ; :3 I ' T" HATE JTI8X K.RCETVEI TH X larcoet and fioet stock of fall nd Winter txuoufl awr uivunut w uaab uai, oviutui ny - ! .aAlwtllgrilOI-. BOU s I .ji.-i-i i Domestic Cloths, For Gentlemen's wear, which. 1 will sell at the low est Cash prices. ..... Also keen constantly on band a well elected , aabokof. ..... . . . ...... . . READY MADE CLOTHING. - JOHN HUNTER. ju23-dly 220 South High straef. MEDICAL. : W PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A Nbw Coubbb OF Lbctukbb, as delivered at the xew York Wusenm of Anatomy, embracing the uo jecu : How to lire ana what to Mra fw: Yonth. Maturity and Old Age; Manhood fncr y review ed: The cause of indigestion flatulence andNer vous diseases aoeounted for; Marriage p-ilosoph-ically considered, Ac lM,BM, t. PaJ.k.i loliimrs containing these lectures will be forwarded to parties unable to "DEd .VyV?;"' four stamps.br addressing biOKi-i a i, flaw Bboadwat Nbw Yobx. TKT-feb281y TRANSPORTATION. NEW TIME EAST BALTIMORE & OHIO BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD Three Trains teaveCelumbus (ITa aseret), iiatly (Sandaya A.xcepte OtfA A u tnrim- . . Zanesrilleat 4 JO A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M. Baltimore at 430 A. M.: Waahington City at 505 A. Ala. ... 11 lO A. M. LIGHTING HXPTtlCSHS-rf-,. at L m ianesriiie at ins r. Bellaire at 4 JO P. M. Baltimore at 8 30 A. M.; Washington City at A- M. 1 . i . ' . - , i - . i S-OO P. M. EXPRESS M AIL. arrWW at Till, at 4:46 P. M.; Bellaire at 8 A P. M.: Baltimore 1 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 5i P.M. B3-These train are from TWO to EIGHT hour in advance of all other routes to -Baltimore and Washington, Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York. Passenger holding through tickets to Easter a. oitiea bar th privilege of ; ; ... Tisilin Washington -. City Free, No Change of Cars at Ohio River AU For TICKETS wla BEULAIB. JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation, . . L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. JNO. W. BB0WK, Gen'l Passenger Agt. majl8 Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS On an .after MONDAY, May 11th, IKS, FOfl .. TRAINS DAILY will laare Colnmbus ' ' FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIB0, ST. LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- . - SIAHAP0LIS & CHICAGO. ' Without change ef oars to DAYTON and RICH MOND, and only on change of cars to IN- . DIANAP0L1S and CHICAGO. . , Connections are reliable a follow FIRST TRAIN (Daily). ,. , Leaves at tiSO A. M. for Cincinnati. Cirolerille . Lancaster, Hills boro and Chillionthe; stops at Loo -don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lereland, arriving at ' Cincinnati at 60 a. m. ' - : - ,; SECOND TRAIN. ';' ' ' .' . '' " (Daily except SundaysJ ' ' - . "i -i Leaves at 5KM A. M. for Cincinnati,' Dayton ' Richmond, Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at ': ; West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, 81 ma. . CedarviUe-Xenia. Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow, t South Lebanon. Fosters. Lovelen, Milford. ar ' riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. MoOonneetinc ; with the Mail Boats. tuouaa . . ,V ' THIRD TRAIN. '' ' 1 (Daily except Sundays ' leaves at tSiin P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton Bad ' Springfield, ria Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at i sao p. m. FOURTH TRAIN. . 't' . ' ..." (Daily except Snndays.) '. " Leave at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and ' Springfield ria London, (topping at Alton, West Jefferson, London, Sonth Charleston. Selma, -CerJarrille. Xenia. Morrow and Loreland, and ar- ' riving at Cincinnati at 100 1 . M. . . Sleepinir Cars en all Niyht Trains. ' -.,! :. t HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent. wi'u. nr. uvnjuaxx. Agent.:..- JOHN DUBAND, " 1 W T 0?i?NI,a,d1 . Vr Jj. U BK1C.N, I Cincinnati. ... Uepl Ticket Ag't.J aiaylS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. ; PAlf BUIDLE BOUTEi ; " '-' On aad after June 39th, 1BK, train will raa as xonows: Leave.- - N. Y. Express. Columbus 3:00 Aa. M. Newark... 3:26 A. M. Steubenville...:00 A. M. Arrive at Pittsburgh ... .11.10 A. M. Harrisbarg.... 8.-20 P.M. Philadelphia.. Ir36 a. M. New York.... 6:09 A. M. Baltimore 65 A. M. Washington...- 9rte A. M. Mail Fast Line. 3:16 P.M. 110 A.M. 30 P. M. 11:36 P. M.- S.-40P.M. ,,505 P.M. . 12:00 M. .: 130 P. M. 40 P. M. J5 P. M. 6:20 P. M. 9:60 P.M. 7P.M. M1,H, S6 A. Mi 11:&0A.H. 1330 P, M. 46 Km.- Boston.... esur. u. 12:00 P. M. Eteirant stae room slesoina ears on all niirht trains.' ' f On the Fast Line tbe oelebrated "Silver Palace" t day and night cars are run through from Columbus to Philadelphia and New York withoat change. - t& Passengers by the 3:00 A. M. Sunday traia arrive in New Yorkat5 o'oloek Monday morning, an advantage never before offered. S. F. SCULL. , l Genl Ticket Ag't. Steubenville, O. ' W. W. CARD, Superintendent, Steubenville, O. fl. B, BROOKS. Ticket Agent, Columbus. 0. JOHN B.PETERS, Agent, Columbusj 00 junelO-dly ju:t0 . COLUMBUS, CHICAGO COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY. Xhe Shortest . Route West IVo . Change of Cars lo Chleuge. -. - FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Co-' lumbua, aa followa : i 6. OA "A. M. ACCOMMODATION (SundaTB JU excepted.)- Arrires at Milford B.-00 A. M. Springfield 11:30 A. M.: Lrbaoa 10:66 A. M.; Belle, fontaioe 1.-45; ClydeSl P. M.; Sandusky ISO P.M. Piqua30P.M.'. . - 1.1 A P. M. DAY EXPRESS (Saaday ex- : 1Z.1V cepted.) Arrives at Richmond 4:35 P. M IndiaoaOQlisTAO P. M.: Louisville -3 A. M.t Tee. K re Haute 11.-00 P. M.; Mat toon liS5 A.M.; Cairo . WOP. M.; PanaSAl A. M.; Alton 7.-00 A. M.i St. Louis 84)0 A. M.; Lafayette 11:00 P. M.; Chicago JO A. M.: Springfield. Illinois. A. M Qain cy 10 P M.; Keokuk 2.-M p. M- St. Joseph -A. M. - Passengers by thia train reach Sc. Louis' the next murning 8 hours ahead, aad for , riinta west of St. Louis ONE TRAIN IN AD AS CE of all other rohtee.t ..-i ..-;i:. . ; 5 .OA : P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX- ZU PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arrives at . Loguaport 240 A. M Peoria M.-46 A. Mh Chicago 7iB0A. M.t Indianapolis 3KI6 A. M.: Terra Haute n SMA..U.i Eransrills 638 P.M.; Mattoon BM A. M.r Pana 1H A. M.: Alton 1M P. M,- St. Louis -3:46 P. M.: Kansas City 7:16 A. M. Learenwortu ... 905 A.1 M.: Lafayette 7:16 A. M.; Springfield 6 iO -P, M Quincy 13H5 A. M ; Keokuk 3Ka A. M4 Louisville 75 A. M.: Nashville 6O0 P.M ; Mem phis 906 A. M.i Toledo 6:30 A. M.; Detroit 8iS A. M . . . n . n a - f.-l C 'I '' 1 aaw Ants lu.uahi - ; 8 1 e e p i n g'C'a'rii1;' !, RUN ON THIS TRAIN" TO CHICAGO AND '' " ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO LITCHFIELD, ILt. '"' 1 ; 394 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGfe. r,;. And srrire'at St. Louis the next oar 1(1 hears ahsadof any etherroute. -iiui , l; , It. IK ,P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily tale- l.t dianapohs. and, Sundays excepted, to ChieacoJ 'Arrives at Loaamuort846 A. M - Pmrim 6:00 P. M.: Chicago-10 P.Mj Indianapolis lO A. M.; Torre uante 10:50 A.M.; Hvansville 10.-00 P. H. Mattoon 1:19 P. M.i Cairo 406 A. M.: Pass 3:1 P. ' ' M Alton 7:15 P- M.; St. I onis 8:10 P. M.: Lsfay ette 3i30 P. M.r Louisville 4.30 P. M Nssbville 40 A. M., Memphis 305 P. M.; Toledo 3.-46 P. a.; .Lieu-oil o:iu r. a.. - -,- i- -. ; Passenger by this traia reach St. Louie 4J aad tilueiiis asurs anca. w w iw . routes. ,' State Boom (-leaping- wrr:t BUN IN THIS TBA1N : : - : . , , FROM CADIZ JUNCTION TO INDIANAPOLIS . . WITHOUT VMAHUJk ,,, (1 ... -.11 . TSnkets via Loganaoort orRfebnvo-wt ;. BW Ticket for sale at Union and Pia.ua Depots, ; .' Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket Offices. F. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent. J. M. LUNT. General Snperintendeat r i ; WHOLESALE GROCERS. W. B. BBOOBB. ' IW, HOC8TOK. wrMi:H. Bl D J. & W. Bi BROOKS: Cor. Rich &Blch Sts., Celnmbas, Wholesale Grocers. ' DIALBBB IN NBW 0BXEAN8 SUGARS ANT) H0LA8BES . Island Sugars. Coffee, Teas Spices, Tobaccos la': '