RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Bhowiqg ftawriral Bad departure of train at Co-
intra. Ohio. On and after Monday. Nov. J31,
-a.ua will raw a follow t . . . 1 . ..
niawelaad.ASelamanetfcClavtl . R.'t j
la tku-h'1 .-t w. . 1 1 . v at-. ' 'hfcdmt '
.Y.o,Wtm Kxprt.. l:lA.M. A; Ml
is.il and n.-...vi P.M. K35P.M
tnrti.la ImakTit )!.. :M P. M. !4' A. M.
AOi 1 AaemniMUtion.rJt tiOt 4. M . 7.45 P. Mil
-h-rt 1 i ' 111,1; V' ; l(lt Itft.-.- - r-W
Thi) train leaves Sunday morning not Monday.
r" 1 0 - ! JAMES FATTKRSOIT Agent, '
Uttle Pllanti ' Otlmmtuft Xc Ala ..
rr. ' ... " " . LBATB. - ARBIVB.
SiiniiMl Aosanaodauon- 5:e V M. P. M.
,pW;,l)w.f... 1J W A. M.
lntaM - 8:00 , I:0W r.M .
V-T H,B.'ShiSA, Ant.; '
altlman ul ttaltr4, CetrI
lllrtt Kpti -v-.? f m' P if
IlMBpr.'..'..H:tA. M; . 68 P. M
amail Mail ' 3:1 r. M., 12:30 f . At.,
TiliVr,'rr m.-- r A. M. SMrTH,.A'ent. ...
UalaakMt Catenae ao IMiMM Gen-,
,. 7, .- - , 1'' -MAT. . ABB1YE.
r?,Dt' lxpr..,:....i'.'..J40 A M-V CM A. M
Wide Exprs...:......J 'HW AM. '. 15 P. M.
WHUffl Express....:.... 5J P. M.' T5 P. M.
DM lpr. .-... im-I'1 P. Mrf, JlrfO A. M,
. ?- -., - r -,G. A. unx, Agent -..
eaduakr. BwanBllel kNtwalfk tt.H.
,. . ,1 . u,.... mats.., '. ARBrvB..
rretrtl.....--v......i... Illii., MSF.M..-
Mail ana Expras......v.;....i.W A.M-Jt'.5 P.M..
ItaoaiaU kvxpnaa - -," -M1 A.M.
' - ibatm. - .abbitb.
WawTorfc Kxpwta." :I5A. M. 'l9Mid1
Lhrhtnini Kxpresa. .....-. A. M. 64 P. M.
iUil and Cxuran ..J.... . JaUf. M J P. M.
Dwsiaoa Asoommodationl 6S A. M. A0 P. M.
Maw fork ExnrtM ran daily. All other trains
Tan daily, axoept Sunday. - - "
DanuMB' AaoommodadoB atarta , from . freight
Johk R rTEBB, Agenfc7 1
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
.4, , - -f ; v ABMTM. OUMTH,
Bttaura Throoch Mail. ' A. X..P. M. - A. M. r, k .
' Tia Steubanville and - ''
Pittabarnh M30 ISM . MH '
Xastern WaMila,:H....v- btu . 1
A U. R...- -w- V'
Horthweat. ria Ft W.
(J. U.C.4U. B. K.
Cliieaco, Tie. P. L. U..
14Me Miami K.IU. Thro' J
i ( i;- .4 1 ..
... 11:08 ....
Little Miami K. B-. w a.
V O. K. B.. Newarkr
C. O. B-Way.... ........
C- P. A 1.. Throngh and
ri l.riVhL' ViikUHaota A s
Porumouth.. ........... r ....
neaater, Ohio ' .... S.-oa
Bast n ay.Nationa) Road. '1030 , ...-
rille. Ae .1030......
orthOolambuandClin-. ' . - -
tonTille loaa 3.'....'' 10
WashioatonCi.iTiaHar.) . :t..: , M
arriTafl Mondara Wed- L ' .uui : 1 ' '
ndaV FridSVt, andf " .
leaTea Tneadwa. Than-1 ;- ! -J I 1
days aal Kattirriaya. . J : , , v .
0are Villae. (te-week-j . -. . ,
iyJTnesdaya.thiiridajrrf 111. ......... M:eS.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FROM NEW YORK.
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.]
[Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] NEW YORK, Nov. 23, 1868.
zTliii tWrd n. Ia8t session of tb N
tibnat Christian Convention was held'.
onTbnredaj. and ,-was remarkable for
the perfect good feeling which prevailed
throughout the proceedings, and for the
Taluabljj suggestions thrown out by the
various speakers. Henry "Ward Beechr :
er' delivered one of his extemporaneous
addresses, full of hints which, if, acted 1
tfpbn"'t)y 'the" many' influential. peopte..
who heard him, cannot fail to- produce
ere long the very best fruit ii the church,
the schoorroom And the : family. Dr.
' McCosh, the new j president of Prince
ton College, onelaLihe finest looking
and most truly bveable, as well as one
of the inost intelligent men in the world,
followed, Mr. Beecher, and in a short'
addresa. seconded , the proposals, of his ,
Jmericaa o-worker with a simple earn
eatntse that won him hosts 'of friends.'
He took, his audience by surprise when he
announced that " during the' autumn of ,
1869 an Acamenical Council of all Chris
trans will be held !in this city, with the
object of producing harmony and good
feeling among all denominations. This.
cnaBeil is not to' be: confined to: ihe
clergy, althdogh ! sorne ;cf the greatest'
clerical names in Christandprs are inclu
de in the jisl ?f guests. Among others, ,
Lord Shabtesbnry has promised to come,
and numerous 'arrthors, journalists, and
scientists from various parts of the cir
ilized, world ; have I'. been'.'. invited '.and ,
are coafidently eapected. to,. be present
and-take part in the discussion which
will be held on the great topics now -agitating
the religious world.' Apropos to
this subject let me gratify you with , the:
information ' that the Unitarians and
Episcopalians-of New York are making
. strong efforts,., to furnish the , inhab
itants of Gotham with free preaching.
The move is made-en moral grounds,
the appeal f the1 priblit is based bn the
proposition that as there aro plenty' of
fine ehnrohes for the very rich, and plen--ty
of preachers for the very poor even
tbe denizens of Water Btreet, where the
" Wicked Man lives " have an average'"
of. two-: chaplainsi: apiece and as .the
middle classes cannot afford to go to
fashionable chtrrchew, and are top proud
to go WJdhh Allen's detf "oi "to Kit
Burns' i rat-trap,, it behooved the right
minded te provide church facilities for
audiences somewhat less refined than the.
elite, and more select than, those- who
lave hitherto been the exclusive objects
of charity. It is therefore proposed to
build a large number--of -large-public
halls wherein good preachers may min
ister gratuitously to those who .desire to
be bettered by religions instructions.
' 'The' papers are no "longer filled ' with
tp.'e glitteringe'neralities and pattering'
- platitudes which are essential elements
during a political campaign, but coo.
tain, instead, columns- of matter inter
esting to all classes' of feadirs'; much of
it is; tiashy to be sure but then much is
wery good, and "repay a cafeful perusal,.
h project r4 tunneling the - East
river has not beet) ; abandoned, as has
been reported. A committee consisting
of,Wnu-A.Smith, of Brooklyn, and,
i . . , - ;.p v -r 1 J
Jaei &jr lipiaisr-'oi xxvw torn, . mem-'
bers of .the Iron Tubular Tunnel Com
pany, has been appointed to present the
claims of the corporators io the public
and 5his it be hoped that before many
more winters pass we shall have reached
the glorious consummation' of having an
easy and safe mode of getting to the
city of Churches without -being obliged
to depend upon the Union Ferry Com
nanv. The bridge project is -still in
abeyance, owing to the secret opposition;
. . . 11 1
01 tnis same voupsnj, wuicu conirois
the bridge stock; and unless the people
of the two cities insist upon the carry
ing nnt of the provisions of the char
ter I much doubt whether we shall ever
have bridge. '
Now is the time for new plays, new
lectures, new journals and new books.
The las stage sensation is" After Dark,"
one of Dion B,oucicault's exaggerations.
It is full 6t horrors. It fairly bristles
with them. Awomari leaps from a bridge
into the Thames and has a narrow es
cape from death by drowning. A man
is poisoned to within an inch of his life,
and is afterwards laid upon the track of
a subterraneari railway to, b9. run.0ver
.nd crushed by the fast approaching
train. A dozen other people are plaped
in equally embarrassing , positions, but
of course ojjly the wicked have the vital.
continuity violently solved, andthe good
ant all saved to. live happy- lives and te
ceive the rapturous plaudits of the attf
dieiicV1' 1 A! . tiepr ' rersion of, .' the same:
play Js on ila, boards-of ','the' Bo'Yery
where it is . nightly-j jrehearsed ia-- the
presence 'of all' the' newsboys',;- bootJ
blacks 'Jl !'tid: '"'other ' gambni 6t
this great.city. , YTallack's ' glo
ries in the', LaucashireLassv' Vho unfor
tunately: .suffers fromaii, attack of the
Grecian Bend, a. disease which, to the
honor of the women of Lancashire be it
said,' has "never appeared in that fin? old
English county,. except among the very
oldrWomcM, As a fashion,, it has drooped
lately even in New: York, and you rare-'
ly meet it iii yonr ' walks. When you
do ybo are morally certain that the indi
vidua wbo. displays it is' either an es
caped lunatic ;or-else a resident of some
three Btory1 brick house in Greene or
Mereerstret-' 3 ,,vW
' Attiong the new lectures are those of
DrLemercier and Rev. Dr. Anderson,
of Oxford University Jeemes Pipes is
here, too, telling us about the delightful
"sixty minutes in Japan," which have
made him so well known as a truthful
traveler; and this ' week we shall have
Mark Twain, who will teach the Metro
politans how the. Sandwich Islands eat
babies. ; r ":'.-vti
1 As to new books, there is: no end of
them. - You know that iii literature', as in
finance, innch paper and much poverty
coexist, and this fact is very patent just
nOW.V' V ' 1 '"!' '
Srkad is thk nrr r't,irE-
ycnrmostimtKrrtant articleoi diet. Thehealth
at year family largely depend Bpon iw beins .11'.
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
" T" ' T f.V f ? r T
Would you haye it so rTnen use only
N A T R O N A ";S A L Era JUS
' Tjw-IX is' ABSOLUTELY POBE,"TD
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always li;bt
'WuniDfl aeaaiiiui ihbi poena aunn '
L.ir ( to yoax wife to-niaht (She will be ; - . j
delighted with it. f()!r,
Buyers of Soda shonld try oar ' '.;
v' e KUarantee it ot only far superior to any other
American mate, out even purer loan we oest ntw
Uasue or bngitsn soaa.
AMCr ACTUBKD BT TBS
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO..
A PERFECT CURE
For . Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, Liver or IntestinesT ".
' Prepared by Seward ; & Bent-let,
Druggists, Buflalo, N. Y. Sold' by all
1 druggiU. - , . -r .
8. E.PAMUEL ACoWnoleealeAgenti. "
Tlie CIremt 3f edlelaie ftr tlae SUkln, care
without fail. eTes-y kind or Bn
iajhtlar. treytlaa 91 Ylte flaec,
? mr.- atpsilwsfc' lrrttrntias;. or
.tkJiiJ. alatrewalnsi eatauieona L "'
dlaeaatt on amy pjari
of ane pcrton.
fl U aa, mmrtu relieved m' of Oknt mortifying enrp-
no., and I n. mow looking Qiiite tike a mn," write,
t'harle. E. Noble. General Agent of Mich. Central
B. K., 173 Broadway, N. Y.
We find U on invalnable remedy for Tetter, etc.,"
, write Rig-ley Bro., Druggist. Fairaeld, Iowa,. -V
' M X ene, tried iranr nahmkh remedy for Barber
Itch with great mccett," writes C. W. Oumont, of
LcoDiiusterllass. r f y rrf ,r
Send for circuWr. VPric, 7aets.nd $1.00.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER,
36 Wnt Fourth Street Cincinnati, 0
For sale by Druggists generally- .
, - ; ... rt t . i , - . - .
? aaK PHrLosoPHT 6f marriage"! a tw
C01B8B OP LlCTURBB. as delivered at the Men
York Museum of Anatomy, eiubraoinc the sub
ieotai Ho to live and what to live for; Youth.
Matvrity and Old Age; Manhood general'y review
ed: Theeaose of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted forj Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ae.
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will bt
forwarded to partie unable to attend, on receipt 01
four stamps, by addressing SKCKETAKY, Kb
VORK vC8rH OF A NATO JIT AMD SCIBNCB, tilt
Rboadwat Srw You. TNr-feb38-oly
. ' vr; GROCERS.
S'COLM, MILES 3 & M'DONALDSj
V - NO. m & 1S SOUTH HIGH STREET
1 G- JR O O E R 8, ,
nROPHIRTORK COLDMBD!! POV
L t. R MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Kasard Powder Company') Powder. Agents for
he sale 01
IGARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S
Celebrated Sugar Cared Hams,
' and dealers in ' '
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
in all their varieties. Imported Wine s. Brandies
Cigar. etc- - . ' iull-endly
?i WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. . BBOOKS. ALIZ. HOCBTOK. WX. B. 8L B
J. Jto W. B. BBOOK8,
Cor. Rich &Hia"b. 8., CelamhB),
... PBAL1R8 lit :.
HEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND M0LA8SE
Island Sugar. Coffee, Tea Spice), Tobacco --
TjIOTJORB, - tdbo.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WIl.li COfajTWUB IHE COAL BCS1
NK.S at his present stand. ......
He. 135 North High street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which ho is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price.
40T Special attention paid to Shipping.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. HEPABD.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
rty Sj. SHEFARD HAVIIO TARIHKII
lea partnership with G. U0R1GER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
HO. 16 SOUTH HIGH STBEET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine theirfibeand
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
I'.hiMnm', Hnnta and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering
for sale on the most reasonable terms. In onr man
ufacturing department special attention is given
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Vnuiriiwnrill kinds neatly and promptly done.
' We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble
hRe member tb place j No. ICS Sooth High street.
Columbu. 0. Sept. U. 1868. e -. dtf
nsqELLANEOlIS. r f w
IENNOTt: &' CO.,
GENERAL WSPAPER -
A d ve rtisi n g Age nts .
; ' 133 NuMtistrai flew: Korfci .' . i
I'i -.i . AtttUt,iot uel.) i 'ul ; i.t;
Wa beg to call the ailention of advertisers to
our agency. Oor facilities. with all the first olass
daily papers in the oountry are Eeoond to none,
and we aro fully pi spared to offelf term) and con
ditions which cannot fanV to give superior induce
ments. .We alio send advertisements to all Cuban
ar.douth American papers, with whom we hare
exe'usive orni' rants We are the onlv honse doing
a SPANISH AUVERTlSINU BUSINESS.
We oan, by special permission, refrr to 11 '
Mr.i H-: T. Hmt.aiBoi.0,. Druggist.' M Broadway.
ttaw Yo k. , . i
Mewra. W. R. VANOrzSB. A Po,. )98 Greenwoh
street, New York.. -' " . , '
Mr H.ll A KucKrL, 118 Greenwich street,
NawTork." '- r . '
Messrs. U.-Bhucb's SokA Co., Type round era, 13
Chamber street. . i ' v
Messrs. Pbalon a Sow, Hew Terk. ' 'V' '
Messrs. Pheloh A Coli.wbb. New York.. . r;
Messre. T ArfBAHT A Co.. New York. - , . .
Messrs. CniCKRiK8 ASon, New York.
Mrs..rs. Kadwat A Co.,New York. ' ""
ootu-ed3ui ' !
-:.. n Sherili's Sale, i .' 71 '
' Wm. G. Blynn ) Court of Common Pleas
, . v. . of ' . .
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) '. Franklin county. .
(in partition 1
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP SALB IN
' the above stated ease, to me direote-i, 1 Will ftf-
fer for sale at the door of the court boose, in the
ciy of Columbus. en r; i :.i . - ,:,
Saturday, the 23ch 1v of November, A D.
-t Ji'.i r -u ises, ,: .i.!t
at S o'clock P. M. of said dair. the following da
sribed.real estate, situate in Franklin oounty. State
of Ohio, to-wit: . .
tot number ore (I J or a subdivision or onuots 01
the aitv of Cnrnmbne. numbers fiftv-nlne 69.
siaty (60) and sixty-one (SI), n ade by Samuel He-
dary. as per plat Ibereoi recorded in Dooa so, page
S34 of the records of deeds of id eounty, being
the same premises conveyed to William Blynn by
'I hom-s S. Baldwin, by deed dated April 33d. A.
D. lew. .;
i Trrms of Sale One-third cah on day of sale,
one-third in one year, and one-third in two year)
t ereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold.
Appraised atSll.000. ,
Printer's fees S13 7S. ' "
GEORGE H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. 8. Bull. Deputy.
J. W. Baldwin. Att'y. . octS4-dltAwtd
- Sherili's Sale. :
' . Isadora Frey - . Court of Common
vs Pleas of Franklin
Christopher Kneewateret at.) eounty.
VN PURSUANCE GK AN ORDER OF SALE
I In the above stated ease from Mid court to me
directed, I will offer for eale at public auction at
the door of the oourt house, in the city of Colum
Saturday, the 19th 3av of December, A-
H4 I-' 1868,i..v-i.W-.a. .
ml oVInck P. M the fnHewinc described proper
ty. to-wit: Situate ia the eounty of Franklin and
State of Ohio.' to-wit: -
la No. ai v (6) of John Snort's subdivision of lot
No. nine (9) of Robert Neil's addition to the city of
Columbus, Ohio, said premise conveyed to said
Christopher Kneewater by John G McGuSey and
wile, oy deed da'ea aiaron eutn, & u. ac.j. . . ,
Appraised at tV40. . .
Printer's fee H "0 '.
' GEO. H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. 8. Bum Deputy. . ; ... , .
J.O. McGuF.-BT. Att'y. !
novlT-wtdAdlt - u. .
' . Sherift's Sale. .
, Newell P. Mix, . 1 Court of Common Flea
V) ' , of
Michael Eugel et al.r '' Franklin eounty.
TN FflRHriANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
L the above stated ease from said court, to me
dir'cted, I will. oDer for eale at the door of the court
souse, in ine city 01 ixuumous, on -
Saturday, the 2stb (lav of November, A. D
i- -. : .'M.ii 1808,
at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described real s
The south half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' addition to the eity of Columbus, Ohio, as
perreoorded plat thereof recorded in plat record
Nov 1, pace 175, being tbe same premises conveyed
to said Magdalena Kneel by Noah VV iggin), by deed
dated May I3tn, A. 1). lset.
Appraised at 60. '
Printer's fee $11 00. ' -
. -r r - GEORGE H. EARHART.
Sheriff and Master Commissioner.
By J. S. Bull", Deputy.
, J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. ' oo!24-dltlwtd
THE FOLLOWING ACCODNTS HAVE BEEN
filed in the Probate Conttcf Franklin oountv.
Ohio, for settlement and will be lor hearing on
Tuesday, December l&tn, a. it. jt-Bn. to-wit:
The first aeconnt of John Lisle, executor of Per
eival Adams, deceased; first account of Catherine
E. Siibernaale. administratrix ot Adam BiiDerna
ele. deceased: second account of Henry Ridenour.
administrator cf ,lobn Ridenour, deceased; second
accounts 01 Austin t uns, gnsrdian rt "larlotte,
uwio " .. j.unfln, a. i 1 . jr ii j ... , 1 111 iiiuuc,
third accounts of Susannah Kramer, guardian of
A manda, Saranel K. and Mary A. Kramer; tnird
accounts of John Boaman. guardian of Absalom.
Abraham and Elisabeth Good; -third account of A.
C. Hanes. administrator of E. A. Stanley, deceas
ed; final account of A. W. Graham, administrator
ot ei. F. Maloney, receaed; nnai account 01 jonn
Van Yorx, executor of James Harris, deceased;
final aeconnt of K. W. Peaff. auardian of William
Westervelt; final account of Jacob Bowman, guar
dian or ieab (iood, and tne nnai account ot jonn
G. MoGuffey, guardian of Laura Medary.
juii.i b. ruun,
Columbus. 0., Nov. 17. less. : Piobato Judge.
THI DELI6HTFCI. AKDEI.EGtNT
a. preparation, introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering commendatinrs from
those who used it. indncea the proprietors to bring
it again before the publ e. assuring tbem that it
stands unrivalled as the beet protector f the skin
against tfce inclemency of tbe winter season. It
notonly impart to tbe skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its neaitn, purity
and preservation, rnr b-alng abnmnn. snap
ped Hands. Fare. L p. or Rou-hnee of the Skin.
it baa no equal, a bile its soo'hing qualities and
dalizhttul lraarance render it a necessary append
are to the toilet. Prepared only by MARPl.E A
RITSON, I irpensing Chemists, 100 Sonth High
street. Uolumbo. waio. - .. - nove-deoddwew
. Window Glass Warehouse.
BENJAMIN H. SHOEMA.KEE,
Hon. SOS, 307, 0O & Sit IV.- ith St
Frenoh and Enelish Window Glass.
French Plte G a-s for Window. '
I Kronen Looking Glass Plates.
Hammered Plate Glass for Skylight. , ,
" " " Floors.
Pnlnrnd and Ornamental Cburah Glass. - 1
Flnte I G as for Cbnservatories, every site and
thickness. -. . ...-.
By the Original Case, Box, or Single Light.
Square or cut to any Irregular Shape.
' novS-l-wSm-cr '
Licensed by the United States Authorities.
GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE.
DRY and FANCY GOODS. SILKS. WO'ILF.NS,
cottons,- J a it mil iwt, uyuts ana
SHOES. SILVER PLATED WARc.
WATCHES, SEWING MACHINES,
CUTLERY. Ac. Ac.
To be sold at the average price of tl.OO Each
Our commission for clubs exceed those of other
establishments, and our gjodsare warranted to give
sAtiar.j-t.inn. Cluba of Ten and upwards receive
articles valued at from S3 to S100. New Circular
and fun particulars sent free. w. . t'Limu
itian CO., AO Maaaysr St.. Beatoa
Mans. , , Bovl3-w4t-PB-r
WAGNER'S NEW OPENING !
T AM NOW PREPARED TO SERVE MYOLD
X customers, and as many new ones a may favor
me with a call nt tne lowest rates, for cash, witn
Oytsrs, Fish, (lame, multry. Meats, nutter. tgs,
Vegetables, Fruit, Bread. Crackers, Jellies,
Canned Fruit and Vegetables, imported, anc
American Pickles. Catsup. Table Sauoes. Sar.
rlinM l.nhiit.fw Clems. Cove and Sniced Orsters.
Bottled Wines and Liquors, English, Scotch and
In,h Pnrt.. .n1 Alnr ( li ncinnat.i. DaTtnn and Phil
adelphia Stock and Fresh Ale and Porter, in Pint
ana UUart Domes. . -.
Call and look in, at my old stand. No. S3 East
State street. . U, A. VYAUt.tt.
ASA CKOMEB, WHO IS SUPPOSED TO
reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
that Sousan Cromer did. on the Sd day of Noveui
ner. 186S. file her petition in the office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the
county of Franklia and State of Ohio, charging
the sail Asa Cromer with williul absence from the
said plaintiff for more than five years last past, and
asking that she may be divorced from said Asa
Cromer, andtbat she be allowed reasonable alimo
ns.wtioh petition will stand for hearing at the
next term of said Court.
Dated Noven-ber 4th, 1868.
By W."A. Ppbtlbbauoh. her Att'y. nov3-6w
WB8TEBN RB8ERVB BANK,!
Wabbsm, Ohio, August 19. lss-f. j ;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holder) of the outstanding notes of the late
Western Reserve Bank, aud te all other parties in
tore ted. that after the expiration of six months
from thi) date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der ti said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) section of an act entit ed
"An act to incorporate the State Bank of Ohio,
and other Banking Companies,' passed February
' H. B. PERKINS, President.
M. B. Tattbb. Cashier.
August 19, lfc68. aug38-wcm
COfTNTY BOIKD SCHOOL EXA.TII.
NEKS' MEETINGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin oounty meet at the Probate
Court Room on-the last Friday and Saturdavo
each month in the year. Also, on the second Fri
day and Saturday of the spring and fall months.
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BOOK & JOB
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IN " CENTRAL billO.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40 North High St,
The attention the Basiness Public - called to
the superior facilities of thi Establishment,, (
We have in oonstant use -
Eleven Steam Power. Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability.'to get out work promptly 1
surpassed in the Wert. We have lately
... mad addition to our already . .
LARGE TARIE1 1 OA?
And we feel eonfident to satisfy all who nay give
' us call. Our barge font of type enable us
i to do all kinds of
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a tha most prompt and excellent manrer, and wa
call tha attention of those wanting any tiling
in thi ine to tha '
Tnat wo have executed in th past year. -
Tha reputation of this House for fine Job Printins
is well known to the business community.
, Employing, as wa do, none but tha
.t r .
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of thai
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
, We will guarantee tha utmost satisfaction.
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Bank and - .
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Bill' Heads, Cards,
Circulars, . Letter Beads,
Blanks of an kind. Checks, t ,
Drafts, &c, Ac. ,
IN FACT. ,:.
EVERT KLD OF JOB PBISTIXG
Needed by th business public.
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W also keep on hand a larger (took of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in tha oily anon at
gaper Royal Mediant, - -Demj,
, Crown Cap,
Cap : . .' Ifetterand
Of tha best qualities, and, purchasing them a w
do, Jiryjtly from th manufaoturer, wa ai
enabled to doom work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sola
Agent for th .
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
XXj ATNEB & POUTEK
W particularly call attention to the Blank Book)
, manufactured by us- - We arc prenared to
- nil all order for
Journ ,! . '
And all kind) of Blank Book now in use. These
ooks are all don in tha best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
thi) line. ' .'. .. . ,
GIVE US. A-".C ALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,:
S6, S8 fc SO RorthTIIlKtt Street,
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t inSOELLAlIEOUSr jxfi
Of par ON& DOLaAtt ,S ALE; heal eauwd! uck
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va aid ! "'ii
That in prder to supply the demand occasioned by
our constantly inonasnilr patroease. we have re-
oently made importations lor the Jf' all Trade, direct
from European Man facturors,
Imopnting, tp ; pearly ,;$500,000
So that we are prepared, to . sell . ovary description .
of Dry and Fancy Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Cnt-
my, v amne,ioum., jeweirj.en! natter qaai-
itv than ana other concern in the eauntr, for tha
uniform priee of ONE DOLLAR FOU HACH ARTICLE-,
The best of Bostoa and Xiew York xeter..
nee given as to the reliability of our house, and
that our basiness iaebndueted in the fnirett 'audi
most legitimate .manner, possible,, and that we
give greater value for the money than- can be ob
tained in -any -.other way.- All Goodadajnaeed or
broken in trarrioTtation replaced without charge.
Checks describing artieie void sent to agents in
Clubs-at rates .-mentioned below, We guarantee
every Ar:icle to cost lees than if bought at any Bos
ton or new lork w noiesale House, .N-jti-
Our Commissions to Agents
Kxeeed those of every other stabtish:aeu4 of tbe
ki id, proof of this can be found in comparing our
premiums with those of others' for Clubs of the
samesixe, inaddit-on to wblckiTwe.' claim to give
better goods of the same character- We will send
to A.ents free of charge. .1 :n " '
Fob a Club of 30 and Tbbkb Dollars 1 dog.
good linen Sbirt Fronts: 1 set Solid Gold Studt;
all Wool Cassimere for Pants: fine white Counter
pane, large sise; 1 elegant Hal moral skirt; 10 yards
brown or bleached or eeting, good quality, yard
wide; 1 elegant 100 Pioture Murocoo-bound Pbote. '
Album; 1 oouble lens stereoscope and la foreign
Views: 1 silver plated eneraved 6 bottle Cut ore .1
elegant Milk Fan, with Ivory or Sandal Wood
t ram., reatbered edge and spangled: 1 Steel fjarr?
ins Knife and Fork, verr best aualitv. ivorv bal
anced handle; 1 handsome beaded and lined Para
sol: 10 yards good frint; 1 very nne uamasK Table
Cover; 1 pair bet quality Ladies' Serge Congress
Boots: 1 doaen fine Linen Towels: K doaen Rogers'
best silver Deseert Forks: 1 Ladies' lar&ereal Mo
rocco 1 raveling Bag; 1 fancy . Dress Pattern, K
doten elegant Silver plated engraved Napkin Rings,
1 dnsen l,adies nne Merino or ijotton stooRings;
(Tents' heavy chased solid Gold Ring: 1 pair La
dies' high eut Balmoral Boots, 1 elegant Delaine
Uress rattern; I violin and sow, in box complete
1 set Jewelrv. pin. ear drops, and sleeve buttons.
For a Clfb op 50 ihd Fivb Dollarb 1 black
or colored A 1 Dacca Dress netaern: 1 set Lace Cur
tains; 1 pair all Wool Blankets; fengraved Silver
plated 6 bottle Revolving Castor; 1 beautiful Wri
ting Desk; solid Gold Scarf Pin; 3X yard very
fine Cassitnerefor Pa .ts and Vest; 1 set ivory bal
anced handle Knives with silver elated Forks: 1
elegant Satin. Paras il, heavily beaded and lined
witn aim; I pairuents uall oo s: ju yards good
rrint; 30 yards good Drowa or bleacned sneeting,
yard wide or 40 yards i yards wide, good Quality: 1
Ladie' elegant Morocoo Traveling sag: 1 square
Wool Shawl; 1 plain- Nurwieb Poplin Drees Pat
tern, yards double width cloth for Ladies:
Cloaks; elegant engraved silver plated Tea Pot; 3
yards double width water proof cloth for Cloaking'
rOSAlLTTBOr IW AND TBN UOM.ARS 1 riCB
Merino or 1 bibet Dress Pattern: 1 pair fine Dam.
ask Table Clotbs and Napkins to matob; 1 pair
Gents' French Calf Boots; 1 heavy silver plated en
graved lea Pitcher; vara -fine all Wool Cloth for
Ladies' Cloak; 1 web very best -quality brown or
Dieacned sneeting; tk yards nne tjasstmere ror
suit. 1 e'egant Poplin Dress Pattern; 1 elegant
English Borage Dress Pattern; 1 beautiful English
Berage Shawl; 1 set ivory balanced handle Knives
and Forks; 1 Ladies' or Gents' Silver Hunting-case
Watch; 1 Bartlett Hand Portable Sewing Machine:
Hnlentlid Familv Bible, steel ensravinas. with rec
ord and photograph page: SS yards good Hemp
Carpeting, good colors; 1 pair good Marseilles Quilt,
1 good 6 barrel Revolver; 1 elegant Fur Muff and
Cape; 1 single barrel Shot Gun; -1 silver plated en
graved 6 bottled Revolving Cnstor, cut glass bot
tles; 1 very fine Violin and Bow.in case; 1 set ivory
balanced Knives and Forks.
Present for larger Clubs increase in tha same
ratio. i : i
AaT" Send Money by Registered Letter
-aeT hend for our r,ew Fall Circular. . '
MSf Catalogue of Goods sentteany address rsis
PARKER A CO,
Nos 08 and 100 Summer street, Boston.
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OHIO SAW WORKS
Patent Gronnd Circular Saw,
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
HAND AND BIP SAWS.
RSPAIRINO CaBBFCLLT AND PBOMPTLT ' DoKI,
WOOOKOIIUH A ItlcFAKLIN,
. ) Hamilton. Ohio, and
ractones . j gjg 40 WestTthsUCinoinnatLO
Warehnose. li A 14 Vrext 2d street. Cinmnnati. O.
HhJtl) tUH rJtlVJS J.IST PC srp5-e3m
' We are constantly purcna.irg for cash in the New
York auu Boston Markets, all kinds ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS. SILKJ COTTONS
1NG MACHINES. Ct!TLEY. DRESS
GOODS. DO.MESTIU GOODS,
Whioh we are actually selling at an aver -ge price
of Unci Dollar for Dacb Article. Our
sales being strictly for cash.' and our trade much
larger tbao tnat oi any trier similar concern, en-
aoiesus to give oetier oargains man can De 00 tain
ed of any otber nouse.
Are especially invited to give us a trial. :
Sikd fob a Circular and Exchange Lirt.
Our club system of se ling is a follows: For2
send SO patent pen fountains and checks describing
2o different articles to Le sold for a dollar each:
for 4: 60 forf6; 100 for $10. Ac Sent by mail.
OmintlHctK larger tha thot o fared y any other
firm, according to sise oi club. - ctingle fountain
andcneoK, iu cents, siaie ana lemaie agents want
ad. seud tlener In Kegi.lered Letler.
Send us a trial club, and i on will acknowledge
that yon cannot afford to buy good of any-other
EASTMAN A KENDATL.
65 Uano-er street, Bostoo, Mas
THE PLACE TO BUT
- LAMP : GOODS,
Kerosene Chandelie-s. '" '" '"
,. Itracket. Hall and Table Lamna.
Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
The newest Bud best kinds ot Burners. Chimneve.
Wicks, or anvtbing in the Lamp line, for lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwellings, is at ,
. ... mctiKRiti at ireoot,
Ho). 8 East .Fourth and 163 .Main street.
' "' ' "' Cincinnati.
CAS FIXTURES. "
Gas Chandeliers, ,,nn , , .' i . ...
- Braoket Light.
' Window Reflector Light,
Shades, Globes, .
' Smoke Bells,
Or anything ia tb Gas f lx'ure line, ia at .
...... ... McHENKY A CO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINCS.5
Wrought-iron Pip (Plain or Galvanized).
Cast-iron Soil Pipe.
' - Stone and Cement Drain Pine. '
. llalleable and Cast-iron Fittings,
' . Gas. Service, mod
.... Meter C' cks, Ac; Ac
ur anyinmg in tne ripe or ntting line, is at
- i McHKNKY A CO.'S D.not.. .
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 182 Mail, street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods
Cistern aDd Well rump,-
Lilt and Force Pumps,
" Deer Pump. Harden Pumps. Ac..1' '
---- . ; , XMitu i u w, iuseta,
ft asb-Ptands, Wash Trays.'
' 't.-- Bath Boilers. Sinks,
Ac. Ac . Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern price. at
;.-tl ....,.:. fc.i f BcHKNRY A CO.fS Depot. .
Cas & Steam Fitte'rs,!Tool8.
borew-outting Machiiiea.Stocksand Dies, Prills,
Reamers and Taps.. Pntent Pipe Cutters. Pat
ent -and Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner flyers. Gas . Fitters'. .Au
gers, Chisels, Ac, Ac. Everything in tbe above
lineal wars on hand aud fur eale at Ihe manufactur
er's tra le rate, at
McHENKX; & CO.'S,
No. 8 East Fourth A; 162 main Street,
0 CTi-sep30-w3m CllfClNXATI.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
T 5"Jtf! SEI-tOB EXCHANGE FOR PROP
A tllli in the city of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, tbe eounty seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will pa. the difference,
any, in oash. Too land is situate at the corner of
cross roads, hss house on it and twenty or thirty
aores cleared. . It is very rich l.nd, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and soke buscb
A good bargain will be given, '
' Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
DR. H. C. HELMICK
GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
the treatment of diseases of Females. There
are many ladies in every community who are afflict
ed with what is teru.ed female weahness. Dr.
HelmioR hss discovered a remedy that is warrant
ed tJ cure the niot severe cases, no matt,r bow
long standii s. La.lies can consult tbe Doctor at
bis office or by mail, on all diseases peculiar to theii
sex. The strictest pritacy observed in all eases.
Office No. 155 North High street, Culutnbut, Ohio.
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NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
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f nree trains LeareCelnmbns(llnlen
Afepot), Aiaiiy andaya AvJtcete4.) .,
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,3:25 A. M. , NIGHT EXPRESS. rrtvingat
Zauesville at 6:13 A. M.; Bellaire at 100 A. M .'
jtaiumore aa aou A.. m waaainarum uirv ac a.ia
A aL.:..i 1 .'T,lil li'. tu t..:i 1 -UHT iVit;; ..
HMO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arrivinr
at Zanesville at 1:30 P. il Bellaire at 6:1 P. M.:
Baltimore at 8 SO A. M.;' Washington City at ,
ni hi 'J j:.; I 7Tjif-. .,.'r ,-v.tt I ttT.-j.:v
ISMS P. H. EXPRESS MAIL-arrlvinratrana
ville at 4iSS V. Bellaire at :15 P. tl - Baltimor
a 4:4S Pij.il. ;(Waahington City at 5:45 P.M.
aiThese trains are from TWO to EIGHT hour)
in advance of all other route) to Baltimore and
Washington. ' '' ;' '. ' " ; "
Close connections tnade at Baltimor and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger holding' through tickets to' Eastern
cities have the privilege of r ' - '
Vlsitin Washington ; City Free,
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No Change of dars at Ohio River
AaU For TICKETS via BELLAIB.
ir. NO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation
. L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Genl Passenger Agt.
THE SCIENCE 1 OF HEALTH.
ttiverv man his own phisicuk
Xti Holloway' Pills and Holloway's Ointment.
Disorders of the Stomach. Liver sua Bowels The
Stomach ia the great oenter which influences the
health or disease of the system abused or debili
tated by excess indigeetiou. offemive breith and
physical prostration are tne natural consequences,
Allie.1 In the hr.in. it ia tha aouree of headaches.
mental depression, nervous complaints and unre
Ireshinv sleep. Tbe Liver becomes affected and
generates bilious disorders, pains in the tide. Ac
T e Bowels sympathise by Costiveness, Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. Tbe principal action of these Pills
is on the stomach, and the liver, lungs, bowels and
kidne8 part'eipate in their recuperative and re
.nr.tiv. onaration. Ervaioelas aad Salt Rheem
a-e two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on ttis continent, to these the Oint
ment is especially antagonistic- It "modus oper
andi"As first to eradicate the venom and then com
plete the core. Bad Legs. Old Sores aad Ulcer,
cases of many years' standing, that have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
treatment have invariably succumbed -to a few ap
plications of this powerful unguent. Eruptions on
the Skin, arising from a bad state of the blood er
cbronus diseases, are eradicated, ana a ciear ana
: traniMirant .nrface regained bv the restorative ac
tio of this Ointment, it surpasses many of th
cosmetics and other toilet aprlianees io . power
to dispel rashes and other disfigurement of tbe
face. Female Complaints, wbeth r in the young or
old. married o-single, at the dawn of womam.ood
or tbe turn of lite, tnese tonic medicine' nispiaya
decided an influence that a marked improvement!
nr-n namanlihl. In th. htmlih nf the Datient.
ing a purely vegetable preparation, tbey are a safe
and reliable remedy for all classes of Females in
: every condition of health ana station 01 me. ruer
and ristula Every torm and teatureoi ineao prev
. l-,it .ml .tnhVwirn dianrdera ia-radieated loeall
' m.nA Mntir.lv h, th. ni, of this emolient: warm fo
mentations ebouW precede it- appticatiea, - It
healing qualities will be found to be thorough and
Both tha Ointment and Pi 1 shonld be used .
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Knninni ltnrn. tTbamied hands. Chilblains. Fis
tula, Gout, Lumbago. Mercurial Eruptions, files.
Rheumatism, Ringworm. Salt Rheum. Scalds.
, Skin Diseases, Swelled Glands. Sore Legs, Sore
Breasts, Sore Heads, Sore Throats, Sores of all
kinds. Sprains, Stiff Joints, Tetter. Ulcers, Ve
nereal Sore. Wounds of all kinds.. .
CAUTION I one are genuine unless the words
"Hollow at, Nbw Yobb abb London " are dis
cernablo as a Water-mar in every lent of the book
of directions around each pot or box: the same may
be plainly seen by holding th leaf k the light A
handsome reward will be given to any one render
ing such information as may lead io the deteotion
of mi nart.v or parties counterfeiting the medi
cines or vending the same, knowing them to be spu
i rioos.. - i m
Mr Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway. SO Maiden Lane, New York, and br all ro
: speetable Drunist. and Dealer in Medicine
' thronghoutt .ecivilized world.
There is considerable saving by taking the
. larger sizes. i
Jf. B.-rDireotions for the guidance of patient in
very disi rder are affixed to eacn pot ana oox.
jylS-ly .-:i ::,',.''
HOW TO ECONOMISE.
FOR ONE DOLLAR
Ton Can Buy Every Deacrlptlen ot
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
SILVER-PLATED WARE, &c.
SEND FO ft CI K CUL, A It.GITIrtG FCI.Iy
particulars, or send ONE. DOLLAR and receive
ten checks describing tee oirjerem articles, wnicn
we will sell f r One Dollar bach, and as a Coa
xiRRiON to the sender choice of one article from
Exchange List, of over 300, ::: .
For $3, 30 checks and 20 yrls. Uhefting,
If hp i.V fid rhprL-a .ind 30 Hs. Shet'tinff.
For $10, lui) checks and 65 yds. Sheeting,
nrnther .rtlnl.. nn,ll, v.lnarlle. ' " ' ' ' -'
bhould the articles named on tbe Checks not be
desired, a selection can be made from our Ex
change List-, which is greater than .that of. any
other house; and as our g.vds are acknowledged fo
be superior to any other concern, we know thit after
patronising us once, you win continueto aoso.
Male and female agents wanted everywhere,
D0.VT FAIL TO SEND FOR CIRCULAR. .
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AJ n i;v w a ij ct, iini) trx i a a
SJ tiaibury iSt. Boston, idaaa.
nnrS. wit-1 ttr
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Administratrix's Sale ; of
. Real Estate.
Tltf PITRStJANCE. OF' AN ORDER OF THE
J. Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, 1
will orlr fr.r s.a. at pnblic anctlon. on
Vcdaeoflay, tlie 93d ly of le-
cember, A. . I86S,
at 10 n'clnclr. forenoon, nnon the premises, the fol
lowing described real estate. Situate in the eity of
Columbu, county of r ranklin anl oute ot umo.
Being the north half N K) of fraction Na. 3 and
lot Ao. . commencing 31. feet from the southwest
corner of fraction number three and lot No. 4 in
South ('olnmbus. and from thence north T8 degrees,
east 187X feet to an alley: thence with the west
line of said alley north 13 degrees, west SIK feet;
theuce a westerly direction and parallel with the
first line ltnx leet to toe east line oi front street;
thence a southerly direction and with the east line
of r nt street 31 feet to tbe plaoe or beginning,
being the north hah of said lot No. 4 in said frac
tion No. 3 1
A nnr.i.il .11 300.
'Terms of Sale One-half eish in Band, and the
other one-half in one y.ar from, .the day sale
wit'i mteiest, the deferred payment to be secured
by mortgage upon tne premises sold. -
. CATHARINE E. SII.KERNAGLE.
' Administratrix of Adam Silbernatle. deo'd.
-Wa. L, Hbtl, her Att'y. - ne2l-dlt4w
A NEW PRICE LIST
Is issned this month by the " '
MASOX & mm OFiGAN CO.,
and will be sent, post paid, to every applicant, con
taining announcements oi
NEW STYLES OF ORGANS,
Pnnr.flnt.ve Organ. Solid Walnut Case. 850.
Five-Octave I'ouble 'Reed Organ, Five Stop,
Solid tvamut v;-se. carvea ana paneneo
flthnr mfvles at PrODOrtinn.te prices. V areroms,
154 Tremont street. Boston: 596 Broadway. New
York. . , ., BoiiM.i-rsi.
Drs. Wanler & Emminger,
REGARDING THE TEETH OF THE
first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite you to call at our pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East Htoad street. .
four intelligence will discriminate between ine
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den-
tlSirtifioia teeth made by us are worn with eom
'', and serve thepurpoies of speech, manication
' oeauty. As Dentists we o to be the "est and
is all that's good. . , ,.
Teeth extracted without pain. j7-w6m
...... ; J . M .,' ,-;t
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
FromtJolumbnsCltiooBrieetioS wfth Tralhs antb
sUttleBlIami etc Colambs At Xeni
iuois-jiij,..iiiauu.; ATlfif -f
NIGHT EXPRESS Leave Colufabma, ,at J:l
A. M. Will atop at Delaware. Cardington, Uilead.
Gallon, CresUine, Sheibf," Shiloh.' New London.
Wellington, Grafted and Berea, arrrving at Cleve
laed aS:E5 A,TJ.riew York 7.-00 A.Wm.TJiig.train
leaves Sunday morning, hot Monday"1 ' ' J
.S; 1 Ai;CO-MOUA'I10N-Leave Cfltansbm
atSKW A M. Will stopat all way stations. Thia
train sUrts fro the Freight Yard..
a.'Sf a JS.KME?p?Aai!Te. Columbu. at
11 JO A. Ml !WrH.lopM,DlawarekAhl.y,Carding-,
ton, Galion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wef-
h.n5t!1i.GftX,,nv B?r. t Cleveland,
at 3:50 P. 1 .. New Ynrh .art du -i a-:a P u
Ultl. AVI, VfDDLVU I , T '
i"ii'"n:;;i tt.o- ueaTeauoiumousatlMV
P. Ml. Will stop at Worthii.gton. Lewis Cento.
Delaware, and alt Station o, Shelby and ShUohl
New London. Welliasrton. Urmftoit. nil H.,m a-
rive at Cleveland at:5 P. M.i New York 7n5 P.ltJ
rassengers ior r ore rrwywe and i;nieago. by tak
ine thia trmin-wilt eet .leeoina eav &t irtlinm mt
6:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 110 P. M..
Ch oago at 60 A. M. bain au advaaee ef allethn:
er rout's, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the Went ' ' :"r - '
of K1NGFIELD ACOGaHtGDATIOS VIA DEL-AWARE-tLeavea-
Columbus at iO PL. M. - Will
(top atall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at S P. (sU Springfield'
Cdo P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 1:00 A..
ju.unraM xteiawareat :a a. .a.; vetBaiou-
10M0A.M. .,. ,; .
P trmt Sleepina; Cara a-e raa at! I
mgnt Trains t Caicasaj . ..
. New York and
' '''' " Boatoa. ' ' - ';:)
' Unmrnnon aIimVmI l.nmno.1, tn Bm Wav l'
Boston, via Cleveland : b!m tn PhilAHt,',,:
New York, via Crestline. 1
!. -i MbruiuMinur .- v.. .... -
Niiht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:4 A. M. '
(.inoinn.tt F -. ,.t I , . ,
P- " wB.vw . VU.HU1UU, :
al. , . .
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at Bff 8 P. M.-' 3 "
Springfield Accommodation arrive. .tlu.mVM
sAI0aWAJaV .. ...... , ,. ,
Fare aaa i,sw aa ay star Otaer Kent,
Ask for Ticket via Creetlinae Ctevelama. .- .
X. 8. FLINT,: : , . If
t , i , Snperintendent, Cleveland, Oh la.,
, . ' " . 'Agnt;ColuBh.,Ohie.,: j
Columbu. Not. 13. 186SV. .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
'-f' ' , ... I ... .,
On aa after MONDAY. Not, 23J, 1888, F0V B
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbu) ' " '
FOB CHfCTJIHATI, MTJlivriAW, CAIB0,' ST:!
- . tODIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. LN
, : DIANAP0LIS 4 CHICAGO, ... , , ; 3
Withou (change of cars to DAYTON and RICH i
. ,, MOND, and only on change of ear in IN .
' D1ANAP0L1S and CHICAGO. Tl
Connections are reliable a follow.
;j : . FIRST TRAIN (Daily). .. . , ,
Leave at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, C'rrelevill.
Lancaster. Hillsboro and Chillicothe; stops at Lon- '
don. Xania. Mormw. ..a Ijw.I nA . : : .
Cinoinnati at .70 am, i( ,i j H-,,i '
' - SEOOND TRAIN. ; '-;i;! -. '.;'r el
"! ""(Daily except Sunday. :':; nit
Leaves at SWO A. U. -for Cincinnati. Daytca, ,
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. aJhnaJ t
Cedarville-Xeoia. Spring Valley. Corwin. Morrow. :
South Lebanon, Fosters, LovelanH. Mil ford, ar- '
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. Ii,, oaneotiag
with. thAUUBoat. .. .
. - . -- & J ..-.'.. ut.;. .-Vlj-.U
THIRD TRAIN, ,Vj
(Daily exoent SundayO
Leave at 1H5 P-.M far Ciaotunati. Daytoa aud
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving m Cincinnati at,.
' FOURTH TRACT. :'' ")';!' -' -" '
'' (Daily axeepi Sundays.) i': -'J:.JiM
lieave at Pi M-. fo Cincinnati Dayton and .
ppnngneia via tionaon, stopping at Altoa, .West,
Jefferson. London, South Charleston, Sehaa.-
rule. Aenia. Morrow and LoTeiand. and ar
at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M, .
Sl.eepinar Care an'
all It I ant Traiae,
... ... , HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent,
" ' W. H. H. SH1NN. Agent.
JOHN DTJRAND, It !'.;m b . d -. ; . n
Genl Superintendent, , , . . ... T
"W. L. O'BKIEN, CiaeiBnatt.
' Gepl Ticket Agt, J iii'l an ;., , ,:- -i
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Snorteat Boale Weil NT
Change ofCar fa Chicna;o, Pe- "'
oria and ladiaBapolls.:! )-s I
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Col1
lumbus, as follows : '
6. j K' 'A.- Mj TOLEDO EXPRESS 'Sunday
it) excepted.) Airives at Miltord 8.-08 A. H.:
Lrbana8:5a A. M.; Fiqua 10:08 A. M : Lima Ilii
P. M.- Toledo 8-18 P. M.; Detroit 8:16 V, tl, , ....
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo '
Detroit 3 hears ahead of any other toat ' 11
lO.lfk P- M. DAY XPRES (Sundays ex
l.lU eepted.) Arrives at Urbana IM -P, h.t
Piqua 235 P. II.; Bradford Junction 3:18 P. Jl
Richmond 4:35 F.M : Indianapolis 7:30 P. M., Lewi
raniDrt 90 P. al.r Peoria 25 A. M fi.luhnr.
a. si.; nunogton. lowa. uwi. M Louis
ville 1:30 A.M.: Terra Haute 110 P. M.; Walloon.
1-J5 A. M ; Cairo4rU)P. M.; Paoa 3.-il A. M.; AI '
ton 78 A. M.: St. Louis tM A. Id.; Lafavetts:
11:00 P.M.; Springfield. Illinois, 6:20 A. H.i Quin-i
cy 13:45 P M.; Keokuk S:00 P. M. . -I
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis th next -morning
8 hour ahead, and fr points west
of St. Louis ONE' TRAIN IN ADVANCE of -all
other routes. .....
K-Oft P- CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
O.ZVf PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arrive at'
Pico 8:48 P. Lotneport 8:05 A. M.; Cbioage,
8:16 A. M.; Indianapolis 3K A. M.: Terra Haute
5i35A. Id.: Evansvill 38 P. M-: Msttoon aoAJ
M.; Fana 1006 A. li.; Ailaal:40 P. M- St. Louis
3:46 P. M.: Lafayette 7:15 A. M.j Springfield, Ills.
345 P. M.; Ouincy 7 J0 P. M.; Keckuk 8.48 P. il.
Louisville 7S5 A. M.: Nashville i-30 I'.M ; Mem
phis 905 A. at.; Toledo 5:30 A. M.; De trait JS
A. U. ' - -i ..... Trl'tt' 'il'tll.'illliM .
- ; . , , NSW AND ELEGANT , i, s ,;.
S leeping, Cars ,;t
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON, ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE. ' A
Arriving at St. Louis IO heura aad Louisville
8 hours ahead of any other route.
19. A' A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In ,
Le vJ dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, te
Chicago. ' Arrive at Logansport 835 A.M.; Peoria
6:38 P.M.; Chicago lAOP.M.; Indianapolis 7.-10 A
ii.; Terra Haute TOSO A.M.rETansville 10:00 P. M.
Mattoen 1:1 P. M l Csizo 4:15 A. Ms Pana 3:15 P.
M.; Alton 7:lS Pi M.; St.1 oui 8:10 P. U Lafay
ette 3 JO P. M-: Louisville 4.30 Jf. M-; Nashville''
4.-00 A. M. Memphis 3:15 P.. M. , , -v
Passengers by this train' reach St. L6nit'4X! and
. Chicago hour a ahead of any other
-- .,i IUt' . -t In,..,. -'..T In
Stato Hoom l-leeptaK Pur"i
. , RUN IN THIS TRAIN .
FROM PITTSBCRGH TO INDIANAPOLIS '
i "WITHOUT CHANGE. ' "
AW Call for tickets via Logansportor RiehmondT
-aW Tiek.u tor sale at Uni.aand PiquaDepoU.,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad. Ticket
tiffin.. 1 , -' i : ' I'1 ' " I ; .
' F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
3. M. LU NT. General Superin tendon ; 8
.-r.s iu.hH .l
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
tn . attar Jnna 39th. 18sa. traina will rnn a .
rii... . t r.' I
I V V H-vm-n. . . Mail
Columbus..!. ..2:00 A. M. J:16P.Jf.
Newark a: A. sun an r. m.
Steubenville...;0U A. Jd-i .8.-4U P. M.
Arrive a. ...
Pituk.rvn 11.10 A. M,
19:08 M. i. , 76 P. l
13:20 P.M. 6:00 A.M.
4:5 P. M. A. Mi
gj-iSP. 41. .,11:50 A.ai.
5.-20 P. M. ' 1330 P.
B:WP. M.l ' 4165 P.M.
Harrisbirg.... 8:20 P. M.
1K1I-.1-Inni. ' IrVt A. M.
New York. 6:08 A.. M.
Baltimore 6:5 A. M.
Wuhii:artoa , 8:40 A. M.
Boston w;".. IU" V -' -,. - -. .
. . r ,. O U
i E'egant sta'e room mvM... vu .i, nignt .raiae
On the r est Line the celebrated L"jilver Paiaee' .
dar and night cars are runthraugirfrom Columbu'
to Philadelphia and ftJrrTT'"'ibout change,
ja- Passengers by the 3.-00 A. M, Sunday train
arrive in r" lora .w u ciocs Monday morning,
an advantage never btfora oiorad.'., , ' , , i -
0Tkt IgX lBteubeovnie, O.'
WW. CARD, ijeperintendert. MeubenviUe, O.
, , H.BVBR0OKS.
'" .V' .V.Tl08 Agent, Columbus, 0. ' i
JOHN B.PETERS, Agent. Columbus, A
ASSAGK TO AND FKOI8 CHEAT
Britain and Ireland, bv Steamshin and Sail.
in Packet, by weekly lines, at red need rate. TAP.!,
SCOTT BRGS.A CO 88 South street. New,"
Y erfc. continue to issue rassage l lageta. available
for. twelve months, from 'ondoa. Liverpool, or
Uueenstown. and Drafts, payable en demand, for
any amount, from 1 andv walv - , i
. . BAILEY aa0Mi ,. J.,-Agectt. .,
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