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OFob Sam Cbkap. A desirable residence in Upper Sandusky. - Call onAnderson gead. .-- lHwBUCHTJ..From Dispensatory of the Un!t?d State!.DIOSMA CRBSATA BDCHU LEAVES." PxontTiE. Their ndor U trong, diffusive, and. lanwwbat aromatic, tlieir toate bltteriab, and anul' ogout o mint. ' 'judical Paontai as aro Usics. Buchu leaves areSentiy t ImuUut, with a peculiar tendency to thertnary Organs. ,' --. They are given In complaint of the Urinary Or. trana, anch Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Uladder and Urethn,tHae'HOf the Prostate Gland, and Keteution orInemtinanc vf Urine, from a loaa of tone in theparta concerned in ita evacuation. The remedybaa also been recommended in liyspepsia, Chrouict ftheumatlam, Cutaneous Alfectioua and DropsyHBLMBOIO a r.XTKAcrr- twunu is uwi uy personaTHURSDAY,..Feb. 25.Veterans of the Hepublicau.The followiii? persons paid for tlieRepublican to the date opposite theirrespective names. during tlie last Week,They all have onr thanks. - 'E. Brauns, January 1. 18G9.J. K. Ajtriew, January 1. 1370.P. B. Doty, February 19. 1870.David Frazier, August 22. 18C9. 'David Park. February 24, 1370.The sprinjr session of tlie Commonfrom the ages of 18 to is, atid from 35 to 65, or iu J pjeils Court for this eounty commencesnext Monday, March 1st.the decline or chanire of life; after Confinement, orLabor Paina; Bed-Wetting iu Chililreu.' la affeotioua peculur to temalea, the Extract Biihu la anequHed by any other remedy, J l Chlo-rosis, or Betenttm , irreRu. ,vuppreaaion oi uusuor Schirrhous State"hitea. . ..,,- K,nuva Citel imdISmwu swm.uwi. lia me i.c-.iie increaa the jAME9 VlCK. of Rochester, N. Y.. willTiik Tilfln Tribune says, that it hasitaDoreaaion of Cttt'omary Kv.cuti. na. Ulcerated ,et,n decided tO llUVJ the dwellings Hllttr sihirrhoua State of the Uwrua, Leucorrhe. or .. ,,.., hp,,.,l.. Communicated." The "Galled Jade Winces.Editor Republican ......The reply in last week's Union to thecommunication of X.Y.X. in your issueof the week before is wholly without acognomen; so we dub him the "UalledJade-" lie is well known to us. as wehappen to have some of bis manuscriptiu our possession, where he also exhibits the same, family trait of bloviating.He starts out by saying that it was anexceedingly pungent and humorousarticle;" quotes from the poet "Greatwas the theme though weak the lay ;'aUmlti-"U-ittrject: worthy of n mas-" Wood. We desire several loads ofwood: -Those who have aareetl-toc paytheir subscription with wood, willplease br in v; it along ,t 14tf$1,200 and all Expenses Paid! SeeAdvertisement of ! American ShuttleSewing Machine, In our advertisingcolumns. . 9-lyJAGENT" V ANTED in pvirv CHY,.TOWN mid COUNTY in the ,17 nit. -AStates, to 9..11 o r new mi l. pooulm-engraving.THE PRESIDENT Of) THE UMTED STATES, elegantly engraved andliund om ! y printed in colors, 2ix:il .inchester," and that there was "an olipor'.unt-j ou lu-av luto puper, making tlie m-stty lor an exhibition of skill in direct- teutiful ami ImI.;.!,!. fietnra ev.r Hwue.1.J .... I up pmpnute lor the rurlor or ounting-nig men," ami wintl.s up in ins nj pop- ,Uje-. Agri.h ulv making Irom TWENTYoloruiir' yle, by first trying to c-uow HVE TO ONE HUNDRED DOi.L,that it w as not - exceedingly pungeia ; - . ' n l luruur . irctilor.and humorous," tuat tucre was no! TO Ulr N I S. dr. cimkx U.r.i-s of tlienituvu l.icii.r win ie a-nr. ri ua.ircs. Dmud, cui lull y put tip. upon r ciptot' thetheme, that it wus not "a sui.jcct worts healthy action, by which the Watery or c.lc- uerept our thanks fur a nice selection OtrJSr.3"S nnZtl. vegetable and floral seeds. -Hat-aaoLD'a Kitkact liumu h cured every caseOf Dlabetea in wnicn it h.i bee., ifivn. l.'r.t .t.oi.of the Neck, of the BUd Jer, and 1.8 m.n itlon of"the Kidneva. Cleerationofthe Ki.ine.va and Bladder,Retention of Urine, Uie .aea of the Pr.tt.tate OUnd.Stone a 'he Bladder, C.ilcolua, Grav 1, Brick-lniaiDeposit and Mucus or Milky Illsch .ritea. and for'nfeeblJd and delic.te constitution, ol'l oth aexe.attended with tue louowine ayiupiunia. ...!..; tion to Eaertinn. Loaa of Power, Loss of Memory.Difficulty of Breall.lnir, Weak Serve, rreniiiltnK.n......,tnin. Wakefullie-a. .'l.l.ts ef Viaion,Pain In the Back, Hot Hnd, Flahl . of the K.l v,Drynea of the Skin. Eruption on the K..ce, PallidCouutenai.ee, Universal Lastitu.le of ihe Mu-cularSystem, etc. . .u.luiiji' Fxraaar Hdcbo ia Diuretic and Blood-Purifying, andeureaall Oiaeasea ariainir iron. h..h-Ha oidiaalp'Maon, exceaa ai.u .t..ju-ui.f..t,- mc.Imnnritiea of the Wood. He., Oifriliii C'opnibtn affections for which It is use.l, u.'h Honorn.cea.Gleets of long standi.iir. and Sypliililic AnVctionIn these diene. used in connection with Bin-aoi.o'a HoaS WashSold by all Druirjiats and de:lor everywhereBeware of counterfeit. Ak for ll.-linl ol.fs.Take no other. Paica l SSpertmtile. or6 liotil.-a"for .B0. Di-llvered to any address. Uet.crll.eymptoma In all communications.Address H. TV HKL.MBOI.I). Uruj and ChemicalWarehouse. 594, Bro.idwy, N. Y.NOSB are genuine artless done np In ateel ngraved wr pper, wi.h fac-ai.uile of myCheniiatl War.-t.oase, and signed, ntz-Sm . ' iZJ -THE' SIKTSIJRmuch flourish as an uncle ot his wouldexhibit on a horse trial, comes downand sai s that he is gi"itilied to knowthat he has fallen into tlie hands of oneI'nn . nnr. nf rnmii wt iwf oblired to 1 who is disposed to judge soIH. T. HELM BOLD.delay the favors of two of our contribu-tors till next week, when they shallsurely appear. -Wk have now about six inches ofsnow, which will make good sleighing,and the weather is abundantly cold togive it permanency.We see it announced that J. C. Toveland oi Co.. have made arrangements topublish it Democratic Daily. Tri-W'eeklyand Weekly newspaper at Toledo.A Lodge of Good Templars has beenorganized at this place, and holds itsmeetings at the Lodge Boom, in Beeryblock, on Monday evening of eachweek.J. C. Gboff has retiretl from tlie grocery business. His father. Mr. ZehOSi-off. will continue the Oyster businessand will be found in Pierson's newbuilding.The German and English ball, givenat Beerys' Hull, on Monday night, bvMessrs. Martin & Wissler. was quitewell attended and passed off very satisfactory.K. D. Di-mm. of the Ft. Wayne Detnoerat. gave ns a call last Saturday. .Mr. Brtinner was also in tow n thfore part of this week, making pre parations to move hi? f . mil v to Ft. Waviv.AU.lrtsshlJSHTOM & Ofl. Pnl, Ul.or.14-2 iil'J Dock tkkkt,fliilnd. Ipliin.leniently. C (Jl t A i KAh cm b.- .na.iv by liveiTt'''v' nil' ti's. eel I . US' m Ktw andFair ability" is too mild a term lor soimportant a personage.Nutv we frankly admit that at presentwe are uuali e to cope with him utterins style, t.ui, Miiruuse, at oui cuiucm ,,,,.r.aconvenience, colitiactlllg w ltn the j I'Tiila.lelpliia. 1 u.tin: it-it boys, who iive in a rabbit (lure;re "ion, for a barrel aim aenu.ue article 1 and, as we are not iltne liomeopat.iiu persuasion, we willadminister iu it ailopacliio doses!lie appears to betrouuied because heiys we Uesignate ouiself w itii the sy m-bol ot an unknown quantity. He willsay to tlie "Called Jane tiiat w e believein a sufficient quantity, and tuat if tueamount contemplated should prove tobe insullicieiit to effect a radical cure,we w ill contract for niore; and so lungas he is oui patient we will atlmh'.wiei'to him full doses, at regular intervals,until convalescence ensues, or the-Smith boys fail to supply the demand.X.Y.X.VALUABLK INVENTION. A.b Itvs J . A 1 1 E K ' ,! bo 3.co.i.l et.. Ball nuor-, M.l. 14 4.vSHV1M3 MachinesTHE SIXGER MXUFACTCRIXa CO S SEWFAMILY tfA.CHI.SH. otber family Sewing Machioe has o r.ipidly won tuvor in tlie ijousehold.The very Urge sales oflh it popular niaclnm. usghown by offijial returns, far exceed thoe of any'' other company, and tliis factor result lias ieeii winj to its real tneritt aence its KrttUt ;l"d growing.popularity- It in wimple in couati ucioii, easily; muderstood, easily oper.ited til its parts gli lingmuothty and noiselessly loii not liaht- to getout of order, has capacity tor a grnt range ati variety of work, sewing ail kinds of cloth and withall kinds of tnread, and with ibe numerous attach-' menta lor hemming,, cording, tucking, quitting,trimming, binding, raiding, 4c, and embroideringuf many ingenious, t;tstetnl and difficult designs, isthe moat perfect of till family m-wiug machines.Any one who will take tne trouble 10 ex-imine themerits of the different machines claiuiiug .ttteiitim.,can soon discover whether we claim too much for- our. It would avail us nothing :o make tile aboveassertions if we were uot re my to prove them, andall we ask 1 a trial, lor observation alone can justlyconvey a clear impression of the m my kin s oi workof which our new. family m.icuine U capable.- THE FOLDING CASES.Which open with spicious tables to sustain thework, and which fold into tables or boxes to protect. , .-tbo machines, wlieu not iu use, fro.n dasi. anil uieddletocne lingers, are ma le from choice woods, em-w betl.shed bv ole isimt designs, thai nakiax our oewfamily machine not only an ornanient.il piece of- 'furimare, but in ouie ot the more elaborately DuIsited machines, a work of real arc.: THE ATTACHMBKT3Of our new family machine, above rpferred to. art'not only numerous, but hilil.v us.-l'ul lor tl.e pursoaea hit wliicb tliey were. Iuteinled. .- 't'i.ey need,' only a tri .1 to oliow beir reitt V:h.e. Amvu& tl.e; taost recant ot the attachment is theThe citv Solicitor of Tiffin has beeninstructed to draft an onlinarjeiainenthitorv to the existinr license laof that town, in reirard to traveling on'horse auctions, fixinjt tlie miminuii!price per d:iy. for t license, at S20.Sociable. The Jadies of the SI. E.Church will hold a Sociable in the Lettnrp Room of said church, on Tuesdayevening. March 2d. The entertainment will consist of an Oyster Snpiwand a good time generally.' All are invitcd. - -Our Ou Folks The first numberof this new publication is on our tableft is beautifully printed and tilled wit'mutter that will be found entertainingbv all classes. We . wish "Our OldFoT!C3!rT5rnprPTTrrr? rnreer; :For sale it McConnell A Tribolet's;call and get a copy.150 IVtiehei-s Wanted."75 TO $l.r0 PI' R MO' I'H; lb f..ll par-1 Ue r.iuplus Juurunl,144hali :l" Z llOO to $2iOSnsuiai y pant 'n jremi agvniK tuscii . ur rmeniAon corrosiee White Wire .CiMew fjines.Sstate aire . t.l pits ,-ce..put.i.n, an-i a.V-r-asthe Mfc.UI !N W1R.-; O., 73 Williamat... flew lotk, or lb Dearborn St., (Jhicugo,Illinois.. , 11-4AiUX TS WANTED. For the onlys et-1 ei.giaviiig ot Gii Grant an.l his family pub l lieu it.ii their approval ttigruve . by ui-iin ize 1 5 ..y 19, $2" 101p. r cuit to ag tits. A.l.lras .lOOUdi'E.'.l)rts iO ;0.iiuao, ill., or N 37 t aiK H -w...cw York. 14-4'Bakrktt's" is unsurpassed.WlI.M AS.Public Sale. Mr. A. G.Tribolet willoffer at public sale, in front of the Conr''House, on Friday. M-irch 5t,h. 1SC9. at10 o'clock, a. m., the following valuableproperty :Two work horses, one v.ery fin'' nnreone eolt. several wagons, one "'"psiir ofholi-sleds. a fine top buggy, single anddouble harness, and many other thingsunnecessary t mention.It is reported tint onr fellow calledat-a s' oe-store. in Wapakoneta, one"venitiir a short time :ig.. and expressed a desire to look at some shoes. Whileexfimintngthem. be starrei! for the doorhallooing "Whoa! whoa! whoa!" asthough he had a !e m outside about torun away. The propri tor walket'leisurely to the door, but could see nei-T'te nscal tookOf the different attachments of our new familymachine which httve secured the a'teutl.m al.d approval of our custooteri. thai lor en.lro.UerilKi liketheUemuaer. is one ol the lew instrument wbtcl.will axoat please and satisly tue ....server of iti re.tl jpr team nor mill.Taiue. It 18 so simple ill slvuctu.e. tl.al any one . , , , . , ,-' wbo .ew on our uiaebiiiee u u.eit, ud without j three pairs of .dtous with linn when hir lnstruclfou. It uiuy be ult.icl.ed to or deli.cl.ed . left: from ihe machine in an instant, tt ithnut a length. v 'descrintiou. and even the... it would ne difficult totdescribe cbe great Variety wt work thut tbit-littie in'' -atrutneiit will do. lbe reader must n..t supjtosethat wuut we speak of is a mere cli.tiu htitch operation, which is sometime hu.n..rously termed emoroide. y. If " deired, three colors of hi. y kind .if''; thread may be Used at anyone time imd the colorsor tnread may be ct.ai.gea at tue win oi tne operai tor,era'Tliere is not a place in range of thonjrht,Where g-oods can be so cheaply bought,Or half so well anil neatly wroughtAs those you Hml at Wiilnian's."He has a first-class rutting band,'.Vho lits an.l pleases eery n:n,L'pon u scientifi. plaiThis man you'll find at Wi.lman's.'TTekeeys on hanr1 clothes rea.ly-ina.le,)f every size an.! every grado,ftjlontring to an honest tr:t.le:Go see this sto -k at WMman's.There are piuce-goo.ls, hats, caps, coatSj- pants, vest-,Ml of the richest and the best.In which you may most neatly dress.At this s.i'ne store of Widni an's."See his advertisement on lirst page, ofthe Kepublicax.Grkat Cakoains The nnderignei!vould inf rm the people of Xevatla .in.1vicinity that they will sell their entirerock of ready-made clothing, piecegoods, hats. . aps. &r.. for the next thirtylays, at greatly reduced prices. Xowis the time to secure rare bargains.N". B. All accounts of the fine trustlie settle. I between this and the 1." h oMarch next. All interested will pleasebear this in mind.J. T.. Cook i Co.Xevada, O.. Feb. 15. 1SC9.'Barrett's"" Successful Hair Itestoritiv -Fnisr a few pvm"nent le;idi.M word-mo their significations: Jle.'n-n.e ist'iken from the Greek wor d mnlns. signifying care; a term Mpplied both tothe art. Ot physic, and to the remedyItself; and physic is translated fromphysig nature, the science which is emploved in observing the phenomena ofnature. Therefore Physiolosrv fliym. ' ;nature-and Lnns. .Word or account is i Jle-srsrendered the science which tnits ofthe proerties of organic bodies, animaland vegetable, of the phenomena whichthey present, and the laws which gov-n their actions.Dr. T?osF:xB!:r.G.Import axt to Income-Tax Ta versIt. should be remembered by all interested that by the present Internal Revenue Lnivs it is made the duty .of allpersons liable thereunder, to make aby removing the spool, in use and puitii.K oth- ' r of their income from Tee ?lstin their stead ; thua as many or aa f. w colors rernril or l ncir in( oine. Itom Lec. lt.may uetiaed as the operator wishes, n the emhroi- 1867. to Jan. 1 ;f . 1309. Oil or before theoertng or any garment. A gieat variety of results ri -"r are produced by the manner in which the tensions first (lay ot March next. . .Persons tail-" tSuA t,,u'f!"?ut rMuU; Ulnv b produced jn;r to niaiie such return by the timewhile the machine is in motion by simplv changing J' the tensions hesults vary uecording lo tl.e length above specified, lay themselves liable, i cfstitchas, kinds, colors and tens. ons oftbethrei.d. r- th p npn(1if lrsbni.1.1 alsn bo re-. ; aa wellaa sizes of the ueedles used, the Ktnhroi- to lne Ppnairy. If St.oultl also lie re-u , derer will una any kind of bread Theu-eof xephyr mem heretl that it is the Assessor, andworsted for certain purposes gives v.-ry ple.s.ng re- . , , , ,ulta. In order to get a j .slide:, of this valuable "Ot the tax-payer. Wilt) is tO he theattachment It will be necessary to see it tn oper - injure f the amount Ot tax to whichthey are name.: (ion.Manufacturing Machines. WeIn compliance with numerousre-of,' would ask attention to our new Button hole Ma- quests from Our readers to some' euine, wuwn is lue only pracncl nuiion-noie Ja- ... . , , . c ...ehlneclaimiujjpul.il attention llur.iiin.if .ctur- w horn it is no tloubt familiar we reingmachinos, lor other purposes, are too well known publish tile followillg.supposed to havt.. ioneeawmme.it. Iieen written by one of the aboriirinees-. . . . ' . who formerlv inliaiiited this county :Machine Twist. We hnv re-1 the wyaxdoi-s faukwell.cently enlarged onr Silk Mills in Newark, N J , and . ,. . , ,furnis .ed them with the latest uud most improved Adieu to the graves where my fathers.machinery, which is being operated by highly now rest.killed labor We know and leel the importance or yor j Inllt i, jroing afar to the West:not only supplying the users of our mitchincK, but T. , , , , t , ,the trade geuer.dly with the best qu.dity ol AIacii.-sb ltesolil illy po.-seosions ; my heart hitsTwis, which we sell by measure rutt.er thai, y - With woe.weight Tlie system of selling by weig.it h.is Kiveu To think I IliUSt leave thenl : alas, UlltsTmauufac'urers the opportunity oi so heavily weigh- t tro 9 -ca ting Silk in the process oi dyeing as uot only to . A '; . greatly u.Jure its quality, hut also convey a wrong Farewell ve tall Oaks in whose nle-is: iulpresslou about iu qu .ntily. Iu this respect we . 1. i. i m""0!,e Pleas' '' mean to be aboe suspicion. The manner in which ant gri'en shiitlethe aiiea of sill, are gradurted ia also a m tte of I sported in childhood, in inilOcenc.greatiraportance, but we use the greatest possible plavetl : "care that ihe graduating shall be exceeding accu- 51 ,, ,,,. Mm mv bntehet mv arrow anr'ate. In addition to manufacturing from the best f "'" 1111 "ly arrow anrquality of raw silk, the evennesa of fhrei.d and !lv ."beauty of Hnish of the manur.ct.ire.i ..nicie iii nt Are still in remembrance ; alas, must I. we think, be soon surpassed Kach sp.K.1 ul silk go ?manufactured by as, ol any pirticul u size or letter,irrespective of weight, eoi.iaius the number of ya.os Adien ve loved scenes Which bind me... printed thereon. 'Length, strength, size, quality like chainsand finish of the thread are lo he looked to rather nr. -1 ' ' ' , ,than weight. We are now silk manufacturers on a Iiel"e 011 "'X tfay P0l'y' 1 pranced O ellarge scale, and feel that a large t.ade cat. only be the plains;retained by us in furnishing a supe.dor article at a The deer and the turkey I tracked infar price If otber bra. ds of 'I wist be offered at i-l,-, ar,. -' r a les . price than oi.rs, purchasers may rest assured - . J J , ,,' that it Is Inferior in quality, deHcieut iu quantity, But now 1 must leave till; alas. Ill list 1or both. j go ?."" . ' . i, l. " ; w i '. . Sandusky. Tymochtee, and Broken -ij " ''n '-"P " rtoek OBr Cent. . . Bu nnl Rti ennis -nffir. .nH ,.r..ii. u.,u... .... n .11 .1,., ,.a "OHI StlCaillS,i the various colors ami 'shades of color in use, I ne'er more shall see you except in mya reams:Adieu to the marshes wherecranberriesgrow ;O'er the great Mississippi, alas, must I. go' -Adieuto the road which for wan37: . year.I traveled each Sabbath, the Gospel t.hear; -The news was so joyful and pleased m.so.From hence where I hear it, it grieves. me to go.Farewell, my dear white friends whfirst taught ine-to pray.And worship my maker aiid Saviotr, each day; -Pray for the, 'poor native, whose eyeoverflow. :With tears at our parting; alas, must Igo? -., and which will be sold at New York prices.THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,JVb.45 8 JB roadway, yew York.New B,;k 200 K.iruviiijrs. 'HE FA KilEH's AND M Et HAN 1 'SM AN U A' li I iteu ..y eo t . it aiiisg,Jr .Amliiiriil "I r innig .ur I'r. lis., "Eltuict.ta ol uf cuitt.rv. " iSie A bnuk of ir. utlu it. ttur i..g tin n 01 ull ira.ics ana ..c-cui.utiotis J i.l pujcs. - -g.-iits Wiinteu.ocn lor iu iiusfe Uirutiiar. AO.iroas : M.t 1it bO., i'uol.sut.is, fo4 liroddwav't: Xewlo.k. .11 4' ' - 1American ShuttleSEWING MACHINE.Is retailed at a price within tbe reach of all. TiiUMachine uses a straight needle, makes the LOCKstitch (alike on both sides.) has a self-adjustingtension, an can do every variety of sewing. Itwill hem, fell, bind. cord, braid, seam, quilt, tuck,ruffle and gather; will work equally well on silk,linen, woolen or cotton goods; witl silk, linen orc it ton thread.TheAMERICAN SHUTTLESewing 3Iacliine13Warranted for Five Tears !Our Agents will be supplied wlih duplicate partsof the II .chine In Case of accident. It i.if kes precisely the same stitcb made by the Singer. WheelerAt Wilson, Uowe and Florence machines. It hastbe Under-feed, like the best of high-priced machines, and is the only low-priced Shuttle Machinein the market that has this feed. - We arc enabledte sell a first-class bkcttle hachine nt aver) lowprice on account of its simplicity, and consequentlow cost of manufacturing, in comparison withcomplicated machines.STATEMENT OF THEInsurance Company.AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE )9KAL.1 Department of Insuranck. SCoLtiiiiLS, O., Jan. 30, 1869.)IT is hereby cert inert tr-at the HOME INSURAKCE COMPANY, located at NewHaven,, in the State of Connecticut, has complied, in ull respects, with the laws of thisstate relating to such Insurance Companies,for the current year, and h silled iu this officea sworn Statement, by the proper ollicers.showing its condition and business, at tbedate of such statement, as follows :Amount of actual paid np capital, $1,000,000 00Ag'r'gte- atu't of available assets, l,Gdl.T74 39" ; " ot' liabilities, including re-insui iu.ee, - - T75.034 27Am' t of Income lor preceding r r, 1 .973 725 80Expenditures " " 1,970,811 27In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal ofSEAL. my office to be auixed, the day andye'ur above written.JAS. II. GODJIAX, Auditor of State.A. KAIL, Agent. 13-3w'i GENTS WASTED TO SELL THEFor Copijiiia Letters icitliout ress or Water.Tins j;". cl. till..!, L lU run.l Xioi.t-y SavingIt. vunt'Oii nils a l..t!g tell unt. bringingr,at.v lii...j'viis ' I'iv tV-aturu ot" tuisiticsswui.ni it.e tv;.cl. ui' a: l. 1'ftc ..dtij.wur . kt.ntr s.-c 1 1 i.tit to j:r. is.; I'Ssiiit-j..i.;i;.V a'.d ci.t.v. ta- ticv, as u. ulCuMiiem.s1.1.011. au.i isi.LLS at Mg;.t- A.lal.u un v ryit... oi uu..r.s. t d.iLs ii' ... plat oat, asmv lirsi.ful is o..ly a b-giniiii.g rurtcstli...... i.I'HIn itc. a.l.,lss t.Gviili-KI i'it CO , l"2 ti Ui.u k st., Cincgo. 14 4STUAYI2D.OX the morn in"; of Deeember 25th,18G3. Irom tke premises of the undersigned, a ,- Sorrel Blare,Biild-tacfcd. Wind of an eye, and about13 or 14 years of age.Also, on the same day, aBay Colt,with a small star in its face; will betwo years oui in the sprinsr.Any person t persons returnin? thesame or giving information of theirwhereabouts, will be liberally rewarded. Address, A. II. GIBSON,J. WARNER.Upper Sandusky. Ohio.Feb. 6. 1800. . 13-2wpALL C A 31 "P A I G- N !S. BE. WOETH,AT THSVAN3ED! WAN I ED!GEX Suf.i Ihts. x. in ev.-ry town an.lllhig.-. for the largest OX c UoL t . A KSALK hi tlie eouutry i lie smallest urn.-us sol I an be . Xtiuang'.fl t'r f.r a Silv. rI'lau-.i five t...tt. .1 K volvii.g Castor, or..i.r uli. ice . 1 '2 HI ai tirl s ti.n .xel.ai.g.Lisi . Coiiiinis-io'is U. Ageii .- LAi:Gr. . thannr .leu. I ..r Oticti ar S U I'UnlliO.N Cv.. No I .6 fcVJcrul st. il..s!ou..Mass. 14-47E ARE COMING.IftstM srtoidiwt ty Ac. cnnw fAGENTS.We wisli to arrange with Agent-i, male or female,tv represent tbe American Shuttle Sewing ilachinein each state, county and tmvn in the United Statesand Ontario. Extra inducements to ExperiencedAgents. For full particulars as to salary or commission addressG. V. X. ANDREWS,General Agent,Detroit, Mich.N.B. For the benefit of our agents we have arranged with part es who have Goods suitable forcwi.tg Machine .agents to sell. We will se:id book..f siuplfs an.t full partientars on receipt of onered stamp. Address G. V. X. ANDREWS, GeneralAgent. Detroit Mich. 9-lyDISSOLUTION NOTIC13.THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretoforeexisting between tin; undersignedunder the tinn name of A. G. BACON& CO., is this day dissolved by mutualconsent. All claims ajiainst the oldfirm will be settled by' A. G. Bacon,who win tie found two doors South off. K. Engel's iew brick buildinir. onSandusky Avenue.A. U. .BACON.D. 31. BOVV'EKS.Marble Works.I would take this opportunity to inform tne putilic generally that anytiling in tlie way of Monuments. Tombbtones, Alarble furniture Work, &cwill be found at mv shop. Also a sroodstock of tbe best Foreign and AmericanMarble. Call and examine my workand sto'-k". A. j. BACON .Feb. 5th, 18G9. 13-3 w"'READY PAY STORE !"13 NOW BECEIT1NO HISFall & Winter Goods!CONSISTING OFLADIES' DRESS GGOSSTrimmings,. Hosiery,, Gloves,v Shawls,Ribbons,Bleached & BrownSHEETJMCS,An d SSTi i T t Xxa.grBroadclotlis,Cassimer s,Jeans,And in fuct all articles usually kept ianrsl-rate f ry boods store. AlsoGKOCEKIFS,HATS AND CAPS,Boots and Shoes,CiLFLFE 37.3,Windoio and Wall Paper.Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago' Railway. -On and after Xov. 23. 1868. trains will leavastations daily, Sabbaths excepted, as followTrain leaving Chicago at a.50 P. II. leavedaily. Train leaving PitUbursb t S0P.M..lcavea daily. 1TRAINS GOIJOWIS1.STATIOSS. EXP. t EXP. TXT.Pittsburg 6 45 AM 9 55 AH S 30 F 2 , AktRochester : 8 80 L 3 40 4 00Salem m8 257J-: 5i0 55Alliance 11 30 1 45' S5 ' (45Canton 12 20 PM 2 28 710 7 S5M&ssillon ia -1 3 46 729 74aOrrville 183 31a 8 00 8lWooster 2 08 , 3 48 8 88 - 8 40Maislicld 4 07 5 15 10 10 10 ITCrett- Arr 4 45 '5 45 10 40 10 60line t lep. 6 00 am 6 U0 U 00 " II 05 'Bncyrus 6 20 8 40 1125 1180I'p'rSai.duslj 7 18 J -1 : 1159 1201 mForest 7 49 T 67 12 30 Afc 12 80Lima 9 02 " S - 1 38 - 182Van Wert 10 15 10 33 2 35 2 30Ft. Wayne 1205 Pm!i am 850 . 405Columbia 100 1 11 4 32 4 COWarsaw . 1 57 2 15 6 22 5 40Plymouth 3 03 j 20 8 40 6 36Valparaiso 4 52 " 5 10 8 20' 8 08Chicago 7 10 7 20 10 15 9 66TRAINS GOING EAST.STATIONS, jChicago -Valparaiso:PlymouthWarsaw"olnnibiaFt. WavneVan WertLimaForestIp'rSanduKtjBucyrusCrest- I Arr.line S Dep.MiinsnciuWooatcrOrrvilleMassillonCantonAllianceSalemRochesterPittsburgIXP.8 2D AM9511 2512 21 PJt1 (102003064U65 105 33 .6 09 '6 356 557 238 519 15 -943 .ion-10 451115100 AMBXP.9 20 PM11 1012 45 AH1 422S53 204325 366 60718 , .8 0189009 3511 07113312 14 p12 201 051 873 20 -4 25EXP.4 'OilB -17 -83092310 0510 5512 00 AS1802 052 303153 454064 316 066347077 258258 5610 401145. EXP.4 50 AM6 5790S101411 1012 29 PX1 488 194405 106 68630G45 All6308409 1595810 2111 SO12 072 25 PM3 49F. R. MYERS. Gen. Ticket Agent.Semliu us a One ii.ini-.lre.t Club in oiir.gix.wt 4t:te l.-!ia;- Sale it' Irv & Fatii-jt-A- O C I S,AWaU-li.tiO y.U S if. t inij, A. S-.-wing Machnif, iVc .F.tKi-; Ol'' COST.Small. -r ; lul.s iu til sa n r.i io viz ;GO Club, -iO yds. Sheetiti;?, &.,J S Hsww A On take plcasur.-Rcuil I'ai:uktt"s" tulvvrtUKniftits."Tail oaks from tittle arorns gvow.Large streams from little fount iiiis flow "Si-vi-n vc:i;-- ;ti!i r .. !'l:int;ition Ilit-ti-r?were lint little ' known. T.)-il;iytlieru i ii'. t a nook or rorner of onrhinil where they are not i'oun;! amiused. The sale ha reaehe 1 the enor1110ns num'ier of Five Millions of Bottles annually, and it is constantly incre.istni. It only si ows what -an hedone with a really rood medicine, anda systemHficVonrse of inakinjr it known.Perhaps no medicine in the world wasfver deservedly poimhir as the Plantation Bitters. Go where you will,aiiionjr tlie 1 i. li or poor, and you w.Ualways find these Bitters in use. Theirmerit has become an established tact,aa I we cordial'v recoiniiiend thi'in inases ol dyspepsin. loss cf appetite,chills and lever, headache. c &c.SIagxoi.ia Water. Superior to thehest imp'.rted German Colojiiie. andsoltl at half the price.DETROIT OFFICE:Xo. 60 Woodward Aveune.I- GRAY). J, Agent for Wyandot County,AT V ,Upper Sandusky, Ohio.;c,''.: .. fbl8;aU : :.-Barri:tt" the ori" inator.VV'ho CSE3 MlSULKli'S BlTTERS ?f'hysiirians use it in their practice lieMiiseofits salutary eft'ect upon theiri.itients; business uifii uic it he.-ausftliey rciiiire. a sound piiysiqucand clearintellect; sedentary people use it heause it fortiii.s them against coin-.ilaints which result from a sluggishondition of the hodily luiirtions. proince.1 ity an in ictive life; travelers.ise it hecause it protects t .eni againstpideini.: and cmieinic diseases; clerjry-incn. judges, congressun-n. lawyers.editors, teaciiers and students use itlecnuse it imparts fresh force to mindmd tmdy, and preserves health and-trength against decay ; the workinglasses use it hecause it supports theody whicli would -otherwise sullVrrreparatile injury from excessive, laor; families use it hecause it is aertain remedy, tor a multitude of com-.11011 complaints: everybody us.-s itlecaiise it is a safe, ag.eeatile and etl.lcaions tonic and sti.n ilant. 13 & 1 j."Bai;bktt"s' is warranted.minx IrlI 1. iilil.. 11 ell g. I t 11 t: llu- 1.1. 1. -st an.l lrg.tlu.u' uith.j l..;!iir 1 r:i't', that t h.'y haveI.e. 11 -na!!ei i . v their h.ng xp.-ri--iiee un.lxr n-eve res ur-'ts to make-. iln;. piieiit-sea-2...!,mall important iiiip.rtut.ioi. an.lCuuti';ics with iii,.T.u!..;tnr ra. which, withtluss? a.i.l.ti ns to 1I1 "r inter StKs s, liaser.al.'.. l them t-givrt!y enlarge their rat. san.l I xclittnie hist. ' "Send for nt w Circ-tttir..''itu!.ie .'I'G.'uda and Sample sent toany adUre tree.E"Vleuse he v. ry par icu'ar and sendluoiiev iy r-'ifist. iv. i let!.!'-. . .rA.lur.sa all or .ers toJ. S. 11AWE.3 & CO.,15 Ei'dcrul St., Boston, ifass.'P.O. Ii:V:. 8-3111. .tobacco m$Tmi:&ntirdtf oeyr&iftic ItantUe lprtjiea &uJ en. tWbi(WJ, ' ivm-u. AcV;he yMiVi.)fS- great nottr. .D-i si eithmiiuK,rV'f cetAV-ut touic nnd ;.-ii&r, etiaoes tit: -:oiiHr- fl;reM liie bMtniet iim.liieo siep vefreshtni!. j cs.aoii&hes robost bei r:ituikcr$ aitd eheicr.r fef ?j3?Kt' &trd-. Price ti:ce:u& per box, poi irgS. A n iutthtm treatise on the !.jurioasettocts of jjicco, wi h livfs!ffitiinoninls, ielt.eiC0S, eic, sN;V A(en war iei?jVti restDA. T. B. AnnoiT, JerQwC v, N.J.SALE BY ALL DRUGGlSV.r-TXCutlon. B-ware of humbug imitatITrademnrk X CopfrighUcLUOTiGl'PIIEI tilE BOOC ACCOL.VTS of the laterm .t Wliite & McDonaldare in my hands tor collection.- All inilehte.1 to said tirm wiil please -all atthe W.vitntlot County iian't, andsettle i it-to re tne tirt day of April, lit HI.: s t"e ac oiiiits of all who tail to complywith this notice before said day. will heleft ill proper hands for collection bylaw. .13-4w G. W. BEERY".GENTSWAN i ED FORSSSCRSTB of theC3-R13iLT SITY,A Work dcscr.ptivu of the VIRTUESand 'ICES, the M Ys'f b.RIES,MISERIES and CHIMES :o. ew Y-rk Cit. -. .If ym wit.li to know how hV.rlunea alema le .....I lost in day; how tilireflfd Menuic ruined in a I street; 1 ow tjoiditrytnei;are xa iiidled by 5 .iirp.-r.-.; how' Ministersan I Merchant are ld.-iuk'iiaile'i;.bt)Cv 'la cehulls .md eticer& -alH.iHiire niaiiagd; howGamhlinif Hons sail I L tt. ries are euniu:te.l; how sirock and il o 11 panics Origina'eand how the H'.l'.l.l. s H.lint, iv.i I th s worKit.onli.i.M ;t tine eiijri'av.nirs; t.-IU allabout the Myuc.ias and Griiueg of.N.-wY.il'k, in.. I is the spiciest and cheapest wot kot'thekiiid liui.lislitfd.Price Only 2.75 Per Copy.E3?Sen.l for Circulars ..n 1 see our terms,and a full .1. seriptio'i ol the work. AddressJONKs bROTHKRi & 'O .BEVN'ETT FLACK Bv the Rev. Cincinnati, OhioMr II. B. Frv. at tho residence of the CAU riOX Interior works similar'.ri.re's par-nts. on Thiirsdav. February charaet.' r lire beeng circulated S-e thatIStlu l'C.9. Mr. S. .V Bf.nnk.TT. of M ini- ' the l.oks you bur emitain :." fi its fnjtmv-15l'i' wn-J, JIWUttib & Flack, of U. 'ngs aHd sell at $2.'7. per copy ' 14 2-!andus!jy. 0. f A.KDS l!.Hine"ss7wed,linT, CallingThat they in- live Ion ' nd prosper , Invitation Cards, done in style ut iheis the wish of all iu this office. i Kssvouoak Otiio.'VALUABLES LAND33?1 O 23 XjT7E WILt.SFLI. AT PRIWTE SALEV at low rate- and up .n eay t- rms thefollowing lands, 1 ing in Wyandot Ceun'-,Oi.i . to-wi1 :The undivived 2-3 of 125 acres,I.yii'g "ii both sides of the Railway, oneii It mile w.st, ot Mieiivill. ; it lias on l' aii..il traii.e house a ud oilier improveuients120 AcresFour mil s West of Upper Sunlit kv. onTymoelitee cn-ek, and immediately oil theline ot tlie Railway; has al'out 15 acrescleaivu and a n.-w cabin house On It.100 . AcresOne mile East of K'rhy. and one-fourt.li ofa mile S. ulh of r iilway; all well timberedSO AcresHeinsr the W.st halt f N. E. Sec. 7. iiMint. ntp., with h g house well ot water..u l ti acres cleared and tenced on it.40 AcresTOWN PROPERTYpon o Xj th"pi-IE ONDERSIGXED OFFERS ATI Private Sale tin following 1 scribedI roperty. situated in the town ofUPPER SANDUSKY, O.,Ill-Lot No. 127, being the propertyin which i now resiae. aiso,Oilt-Liot No. 2, s'.tnated on the riverbottom nd near the Rulway bridge; afine pasture lot; containing two acivs.Iso,Otlt-jLot No. 121, situated on Mainstreet, containing two acres; can belaidout into Eighi building lots; a rare bargain in this. Also,Lots No. 4 ami o, in Garr's addition;situated on 8fh street; fine building lotsforj.ri vute residences.The above described proiiertt will besol-l low, atiu on reasou'ole pavments.for turrtiee inloiiuation. apply to the undersigned, at his residence in said town.L. R. SEAMAN.Jan. 23, 1G9 11-tf.! In oflferinj; his present 'stock for the ir -spectionand patronage of a discerningpublic, he flatten himself that for prices,quality and styles he will be ablto compete successfully with any establishmentin North Western Ohio. He therefore asksall in want vi ood Goods togivi him a callCleveland, Columbus ,Cirtcinnati &.I' dianapolis Railroad.Change of time, November 23, 186&COLUil BUS DIVISIONGOING SOUTH, 1.' M CEESTLiSICincinnati E-Kpresi5, 11-20-4MN. Y". & Western Express, ..6- 35p. mNight Express, ....:1-10p. M.GOING NORTH, PKOM CkESTUNSNew York Express. 4 05 a. it.Gallion. Passenjter Ex i, 10Cincinnati Express, ........ 1 3Cp. m.Cincinnati Mail & Ex. 6 GO uINDIANAPOLIS DIVISION.GOING WEST FROM CRESTLINE t -Mail ....11 10 a xWestern Express..... ...6 30 p mNight Express, 11 10 pmAKRIVE AT CKESTLIKB: 'Night Express....... 40 a mFast Express 8 40 a mEastern Express -. 6 25 pmGEO. IT. LEE. Ag't.t ing theW. U Sec 0. Miffl'n t.j..; well umbered with will e oak andother valuable timber.53 AcresHeieg the E fr. of S. W. 3 of Section 17,Mithiu luwurliip; a .d also57 AcresB -ing the E. fr. of X. W. J of Sec. 521), inMifflin township.Persons wishing to puschase landwill tlo well to look at these landsbefore buying elsewhere. Wo purchased them before tlie war and cansell thein at low rates.T. E. GRISELL,- L. Ii. SEAMAN.Persons desiring to purchase cancall at the office of Grisell & Kail,in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, lor information as to the lands or terms ofsale. -11-tfFINE FAR&IFOR SALE.'pHE UNDERSIGNED OFFEUSI for sale his farm, loeated threemil. s East of Upper Sandusky, ar.dt-ontainiii; 00 acres. 50 of whieh are undel- rood cultivation. There is on thepremises a comfortable dwelling, a nowiinnk barn, out-houses, good fences. andan excellent young orehar of choicetrees, and never-failing wc'l of water.Neighborhood good and location verydesirable.. being near to market.Price per acre, $55.10 Gw J. LOCKWOOD.JARRY, EVANS & CO.,SAW MANUFACTURERS,Baytos, Ohio.Warranted extraCast fcteel, C I r culm-,M.1J, Malay,Croan-Cnt, andotber SAWS.Particular attrntlon fftvenSend for Circular.LOTS! LOTS!For Sale Cheap,. ATKIRB1T, OHIO.The nn.lersisned offers forsale. atabarcraln,the fullowlnj; lo s located at tbe above place:fu-lots No. 91 and 92 Out lotsNo. 1 and 2.Anv person wishlnjrto purchase either, or.11 of -.aid lots., will please .eldiess the undersigned at Upper S miliisky. O.J. B. WILLOUGHBY.Dmember !, 180S.-fNXOLXCEMEXT FOR 18(jTHE C1NCIVNATI GAZETTE.The Weekly Gazette:In nnnouiicinii tbe Weekly eMe fir the ensu-ins veui. tlie proprietors tike ple.uure tn heinguhie to oiler ir in full size, iniprve-i iu quality,and at re'lucd rates. We have arranged, at u!eavv e.uente, to distribute, as a present, to eachsuDscriner, a cupy oi tin"Gazette Anna I Register and IIandBeok ofjtijormtnioa. 'This work willcontain a complete history of current events for the vear 1S6-. comparative electionreturns for all the Mutes, ihe vote of Ohio and In-di.in.i by Tow iships, (he organization of Nationaliid State Governmenri, names of members of theLearisl.itures of Ohio, Indi Hia and Kentuckv, timesfor holdiuf? district or circuit courts, suhiries ofotiicer, and other irener I and valuable statisticsThi part ot the work will be edited by EDWAICDu . MANol' u-LtJ, iJq.. wliore uanift will be accepte as a guaranty of fullness and accuracy. It will:iUo contain all.iHis-:tlural nrnsirtment, which will be editedhy;i)r. JOHN A. WA.KXKR, well known as a pr.ictical md set -ntinc Horticulturist. 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It is ihe same size s the Dtily and-Veckly. c ntainjng thirty-six full columns of read -i.ig matter Most of the reading matter preparedr ine uaiiyana weefciywiii ue pubiisnea in misedition Fer.on who desire a pup r oftemr thanonce a week, but do not need a daily, will Hud thishe cheapest and best pvper published anywhere.Terms of Se mi- Weekly Gazette:One opy, (104 No.,) - - - $1 00Two to live copies, each, - 3 0Five to ten copies, each, - - 3 00Ten to twenty copies, each, - - 2 90Twenty pud upward, - - - - 2 80An extra copy will be ent to the getter up ofeach club of ten and u rw-ird A copy of the 'ANNUAL KEGISl'KU'1 will be sent to each subscriber.Hie Daily Gazette:As ft newspaper the !aily G tzette is not surpassedby any publication in the United St-iteS. It coventhe entire field of News, Literature, Commerce.Manufactures, Agriculture and Amusements, andoccupies h fu ly. Matter coming under thesebeads, not found in the Gazette, will not be worthreading. Ii its Kditorial department the Gazettehas all the excellence that a variety of firnt-classtaletit can impart to It. In principle we needhardly say that it is RepublicanTerms of the Daily Gazette:By mail, per annum, - $12 00for Mx months, - - - 6 00' . for three mouths, - . - 3 25one month,' - - 1 00Addrofs,GAZETTE'COMFAX IT13 3v OinMrnnaM) O.MOST KINDS OFCountry Produce,rn c :VED IN exchange.September 15, 1868.JGOLD and SILVERPLATED WAREJohn Pausch, jr ?Having; purchased the interest of Inflatepartner in the old and reliable J EW ELKYKMPORIUM. N 2 Robert's Block, twodoors foutli of the Post Office, is happj toinform his friends and patrons thai he willcontinue the business at the old' standwhertf he ill constantly been on hand thevery best ann latest styles olGold and Silver Watches,Gold and Silver Chains.Ear and Finger Ring?,Gold, Silver & Steel Spectacles,Gold and Silver Thimbles,Silver Plated Ware.Table and Tea Spoons, Pie Knives, FishKnives. Butter Knives, Napkin Rintrn. Castors, Gobleta, Cups, Ice Pitchers, Waiters,Tea SetR, etc. .CLOCKS of all descriptions and patternsOTTTLERY.One of the largestaseoi-tmentsof Pen Knives,Knives and Forks, ever opened out inuppei bandusky.Musical Instruments.Violins and Guitars. Banjos and Tambor-in-s. Aceonli ons and Uoncerrinas, MusicBoxes ami Harps. Flutes, Fifes and Piccolos, Italian Guitar end Violin Strings, anda Targe assortment of FANCY GOODS.Goods Warranted as Represented.Repairing of all kinds done to order onshort notice and warranted. Special attention paia to Watch Kepairinjf.JOHN PiuSCII.jr.nol9Attention Farmers IThe Highest Cash Market PriceWIU. BIS PAID FOB.Corn,Rye,StaTes,And Hoop'polesjAt the Distillery.- A. GUCKENHEiMER & EPOS,Successors ton44 tf J.D. MeKEE A CO., KOA D NOTICE.VfOTICE If hereby piven. that there will bel-' a petition presented to the Commissionersof Wvanrtot Conntv, State of Ohio, at theliMarch Session. A. I. Iffiit. prayinsr for the location and establishment of a County Roadeommencinir on the Marion County line, althe -Soutb- East corner of section Fourteen (14).in Township Kour (4) South. Ranee Thirteei131. in Marseilles Township in 'aid county oWyandot, ninnine thenre North on the Eas!ine of Section Fourteen (141. East line of Section Eleven MV East line of Section Two (2to the North line of Marseilles Townshipthence on the East line of section Thirtv-fiv.(85) in Mifflin Township, acd Uiei.e .terminal;In a county roail.Febrory 1d 188B. . SWwThe Broad Gausre Dontil Track Boate tNEW YORK, B03 j C tlAnd New England Cities.THIS RAILWAY EXTENDS FBOXDunkirk to New York 460 miies,Buffalo to New York 423 miles,Salamanca to N. York 415 mites,AND IS FROM .22 to 27 miles the SHORTESTROUTE !All trains run directly throneUto New York, 46!) miles, without change ofcoaches. From and after Nov 23d. 18U8.Trains will leave in connection 'with nilWestern lines as follows: , . -iv,From Dunkirk and SalamancaBy JNew I orb tune from 4Jnnfl-Depots :G.20 A. 31. y.'-T. Dfiy depress,i ... calam-inca (Sundays ex j-u:;.iStoi. at Hornellsville 9 15 A M.(Bk't tnterse-; ng with the 5J5.31. u express li oni tjuttalo, -top) n g' nesting as below, ar. iving iaNew York at lO 40 P. M.7 .30, A. M. Empress Mail, fromDui kirk, (Sundavs excepted). StopsatSalamanca 1U.00 A. M , and connectsat Hornellsville and Corninc with the7.30 A. M. Kxpress Mail from Buffalo,and arrives in New York at 7.40 A.M.3.25 P. M. Isightning Express,irom oaiuiuuiica iciuiuiays r.xeepted).Stops at Hornellsville 6 14P.M. (Sup.)Intersects with the 2 50 p. m. train froiaBuffalo, f-topping and connecting ailDeiow. arriving in new lorfe at 7.401A. M.5.50 P. M. Keiv Tork Night Ex-press, irom iJunEire (bundavs exeepted.) Stops at Salamanca 7.40 P.M..O!ean 8 i5 P. M. (Sup.) Tnrner'sl10.084. M.(Bkft., and arrives in N.York atlI 40 P.M. Connects at New York with Iafternoon trains and steamer for Boston!and Jew tngland cities.From BttlTalo By New York Timsfrom Hepot cor. Exchange and Michi-jlgan otreets.5.25 A. M. New YorJc Day Ejk.nress, (Sundays excepted) Stoiaot Hornellsville 9 10 A. M (Bkft;SusJquehanna 2 32 P. M. (Dine) ; Turner's8 2d P. M. (Sup ) and arrives m New York10 40 P. M. Connect ai Great Bend witlDelaware, Lackawanna and Western RailJroad, and at Jersev City with MidnightExpress Train of New Jersey Railroad foiriuiaoe'pina - - - .7.30 A. M. Fa-press Mail, via AvoJ. and Hornellsville 'Sunday excepted!Arrives in mew xorR at i 4U A. Jjd.1,50 P. M. Lightning Exnrescl(Daily). Stops at Horlnellsville 6 15 P. M. (Sup.) and arnvesin ISew lorfe 41'A.JU. Connects ulElmira with oorthern Central Bailrojt-r tiarrisiiiirgn, aua tne south, and olJersey City with morning Express trainNew jersev Railroad for Baltimore anW'ashineton. 1O.OO P. M. New York Niaht Express,( xcept Snndays)Stops at Porlapl8 50 P. M (Snp)intersectii'g at Hoinellfviillwith tlie bU 1'i.M. train from Dunkir'4and arrives in Newiorkatl 40 PM.-11,20 P M Cincinnati Express(Sundays excepted). Stops at SiiJquehanna 7 58 A M (Bkft) Tunmrl1 50 PM, (Dine,) and arrives in NewYorlat 4 lo P M. Connects at Gr-at Bead witlu-iiware. Lckawanna and Westein Kairoad, ami at Jersey City witV Afteniooland Eve' ing Trains lor PhiladclphiJnainnioreana nasuingiin.. Only one train east on Sunday, leavirBuffalo at a 50 P M, and reaching. Nellorn su m aiu.Boston snd New England passengeijwith their oaggage, are transterrd free.hnrse in New York. 'To pleasure travelers the line of tnErie Railway presents many objec's of ilerest. pussine through the beautiful v Jlevs of the Cliemung. Susquehanna, Dellware and Rumapo rivers, an ever ehargiilpanorama of nature's beauties commanlattention. .The best ventilated and most luxiiriolsleeping l oaches in tub world accompai. : . I - i 1 Ion muni iraiuKon inipraiiwav,BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGlAnd fare alwayB as low as by any oilroute.Ask for Tickets via Erie Railtrr'Which can l obtained a all Principal!licKet Omcea in the West andSouth -West'.WM. K. BARK;Gen'l Passenger Agent!1. niJJULE,ten'l Superintendent. 31 .1NJLS9 IJVOPFORSALKtfnlarsre or small tracts, to suit dmhasers. finely located in the vicinityl.upper Eanuu8Ky, vino. or partiqlars apply to . 1 2b1af7f3a8