OCR Interpretation


Daily Ohio statesman. (Columbus, Ohio) 1855-1870, December 16, 1868, Image 4

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028645/1868-12-16/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

(iifcJ&tatesmHit
O ' V.r.-J--::..(i,MM-. (
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Snowing th arrival ami departure of Mm at Co
,es unro,- vn and after JaKlArJiov. Mi,
,... train will run u follow! v -.,,. . t
: . Cleveland, ClMku Cla'ti R. R.
. 1 V
. i .vTratii Bzpran..' 1:10 A.M.
iM A. M
f,; New York Expa,..ll:W A.M.I Hop.M
rnMH UJll u u njie D 11
.......... . . .a. o J . .11 .
r,
DlwiwumA Amum.TUI (fit, .:av I . .
Jio. 1 Aeoonunodatioa...v..t. S:0t 4, M,
10:4 A.M.wi
.7:46 Pi M..
o ' .ia train leaves aueda:
Sunday morning not Monday-.
K-.u-.M . "arAlTHSOIJmBlj '
, MtUfiuaauKMIaiabaitxBlaB.i
WI.Iil Fiiiiii, n i. u v h-ju. . , .
- 7" ........... m. - iwiii,nv,
' InMI.WW'.....,.. 1S p'.Ml. 11:00 a! M.
,Jce...r,f...,.v. . :a0 V. M. . 10 P. M
PWWt Astenc, e
. SAaltlnaara Ohio Railroad, Central
1 JTIrht SxpTwss.CJ..i.Ji..;.S:S A. M. i 18:10 A. M"?f
ai xicatnina KimN.4w
. VIA P.M., U30 P. M-r
A. U. OMITH, AcenL.
Ualnnsane, Chicaga mad Indlaaa Cea-
If it Express.. ..... ...12:40 V. M-! CM A. M
t-Tnlada Kxpttjs........... 8K0 A. M. , 15 P. M. .
nimniiriH u.. gi r. Jtt. T 9b r. W.
Darfixprwa. ids P. M. UM A. M.
- '"iii 1 ui a. aiLL, Afirent
iiSMiBky-ntasMfleldVNewtrla B.S,
,' Trains laara Hwmrk atiil arriTa u followa t
avr ivti'ii if -i i .(..'. i, A.CAVX.1 ABBIVB. r
Day KzpiM .w....iI 1:43 A. M. W A. M.
e f raictat and Aeeomaodation 75 A. M. 7 JO p. M.
.v ..r ;..i AW Ilwwro
I ' 'J-1 - - ' w i. .o. u&uu..
aMttahBrfb. Cincinnati tc St. liais
- i.-v,?.-- ,,-lHwar.. ,. , v
. '2. ' . lsit. Rxm.
- VnrV Krpraa..- S:tS A. aU Mid't
v XWitnlat Kayraw..-. ll:o A. M.- - cs ('. M.
,. JWuila.xpre SS5P.U. .14:45 P.M.
, 1auniaon Aooommodation SKU A. id, " 6.-40 P. Ai.
'. Mew York Express ran daily.. All other traiaa
iima dairy, exoept Saoday.
a. - Daaaiaoa Aeeomatodation atarU from fri(ht
ilT'lt '' JoH R 'P Agent, j
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
7;;: ;: ".vr
-.: Kastent Tkroaarh Kalli.
Tia iSteabenviUa and
Pittaborsjh....
- Xastere Way Mails, C. C.
0' . A: O. It. .. ......
; Korthwest. Tia FL W. A
' CU.C.C. AC. B. R.
tJhwOjTiaC.P.AI. C
Little Miami R.fe.. Thro' j
ABTVS8. ' OLORlt.
a. . r. n., a. m. r. i
1330 12:30
.... 12:30
tat'
IO.-00
ISM
1M
4:15
y:ii
7J0
T
;
730
10
13 AS
' 140
; T40
. t
i t: !
115
11:30,
11:S0
11 JO
11 little Miami R.R., Tit..
O. K. R.. Newark,
Zaoesrille WheeliBsV-
C. O.iL. W.....r,
9- P. AX, Throogti and
"1 : W sy,i...... . .. ... ..... - '
Cirelerille, Chillioothe A .
1M
isio
1M
IdX MM
(- . et.OC S 1
. , rorumoatn : . . ...
k anoaster, Ohio......'.... ....
; East Mr ay, National Road.. MJ0
Ml. Yemon Way, Wester- -.
. Tille. Ao-,....i..j -.1C30
Jlorth Uolambu and (jlin-
tooTille.
H ashinston C.H., via Har
v, tiakarg, tri-weeklyj
. . arriTee .Mondays Wed
' aeadays, A Fridays, and
v. leaves Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays....
IS JO
Oentra Villare. (tri-week-
. lyj Tuesdays, thorsdayB list.
.- anJ SatnrBrt J
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
[Telegraph Markets Inside.]
[Telegraph Markets Inside.] Weekly Review of Columbus Market.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Dec. 15.
k ? APPLES Sales at $3 7o4 50 perbaiv
rel, and $1 251 60 per bushel. ' :
BUTTEK In demand at 40o for prime
srol" " :
BROOMS Firm ' and tmchanged.' We
note small sales of common at $3 253 75;
medium at 93 00 3 50; and extra at $4 00.
Fancv are quoted at 5 00. 1 (
1,0 CHEESE- Firm, with an 'upward ten
I'deney. Sales of Dairy at 1717i'c, and
Ohio factory at 1819c - - ;. 'i
COFFEE Firm and In good demand.
'Sales of-common Bio at 2023r; medium
do at 2325c, and prime to choice 25
56c.--Java is selling at 3340c- : -
r-- DRUGS AND DYES Unchanged at
" prlcee subject to the' usual variations in
the market. We quote r 1 Alcohol,' 92 19
per gallon; Allum 44c ; Borax 4042c;
Chlorolorm 701 80 per lbr Copperas
'VX Onttf Camphor 91 251 85 per lb.;
'indijce 91 851 65 per lb; Morphine (ace
tate) $10 50 11 00 peroz.; Oil Cinnamon
'94 25(4 0 per OB.; Oil,' Cod UverT91 80
J S S5 per gallon Oil, Olive, 92 502 75 per
gall ; Qvinlne Sulphate) 92 302 40 per
oe.; Epsom Salts 44$c; Saltpetre 915q
Sulphur 780.i . i 'n:i - a..- s
EGGS Firm, with am hpward tendency.
We quote at 3035e per dozen. j
' FISH Sales ot Ne. 1 Mackerel, kalf bar
rels, at 912 50; No. 2 do, 911.00; .White fish,
new, at 97 25, half barrels; Gibbed. Her
' rinjt n 95 25; Labrador do. at 97 00; dried
i do 80e ; new Cod Fish 8) to o. -r.:,
" ' FEED Sales of Bran at 91 25 per han-
dred; Shorts-at 91 50 per hundred; and Mid
dlings at 92 00 per hundred. ' -'- i i
'5' : FLOUR-Sales ef Spring at 97 503 00;
nd white at 9ft 509 00." n.o ;i ,? i .
FRUIT 'AND NUTS The . demand fo
-foreign- trait is good. . We quote Layer
Raisins at 93 75 for old, and 94 50 for new;
5 Currants 17 Prnoes 18e; Figs 2023c; Cit
ron 40c; Almonds 2540c; Filberts 20c; Pe
; cans 2022c; Brazil nuto 1820e; Sardines,
i. quarters, 25c; Oranges 97 60; Lemons 97
'T'ott.' 1 i '' I ' is ''" '''
;i GRAIN Wheat stead v at 91 301 CO
'for prime; red? Oats 4045c Rye 91 15;
Cora 50o per bushel. . : i - - '
HAMS AND BACON The demand is
limited, Owing to the progress of the kill
-Ing seasoa- ana q nutations are nominal.
We give Mess Pork at 923 00, and Dried
rBeef at 2528e, i i -i-i :iir
HOGS Firm, with an upward tendency;
I sales at 97 508 00 gross-ii .!. I
HAY In good supply. We note sales
isfjclean bright Timothy from wagons at
917 0018 00 per ton; baled 95 00 Higher.
Clover is quoted dull at 95 50(38 00. ' Straw,
I bright oats, is - given at 98 009 60 per
-ton. - ' (Alia ft i
. HIGH WINES Firmer-' We now quote
at 98el 0a - - J- '. ' . i ;
i LAED Doll at 1520c. : f :
LEAD AND SHOT Firm, with an up
' ward tendency. Small sales ot- Drop Shot
at 93 75; Bock 94-00 Bar Lead 13c. t
.LUMBER The demand is active, and at
..staeii jof the STards a very desirable, bnsi
. rie84 is repoited. .We quote : Common
Fine boards at 922 60 per : M feet ; Box
V boards, rough, at 940r and planed do at
1 945; clear Pine boards at 900; Pine joists
- at 924; dressed Pine flooring at 937 60,
I dressed Oak and Asb, do. at- 940; dressed
-Pine weatherboarding at 925; , lata at 94,
v and h ingles at 9S 256 50 pey M. .- . . . i
-i MOLASSES AND SYBUtV-Are in good,
-demand at well, maintained prices. .We
i note- sales :0tj Sugar House Syrup at 65(5
, Good do at 85c$l 00; Extra do at 91 103
. a-.Kv 4rips at 9 1, 251 30t P. B- Molasses
at8590e;aodjie?e;erop JJew ,Orleana at
vtl 001 n:t nf i-ivr-i f
3t CdLa-5alesf Lard Oil , at 91 401.63;
Linseed 91iI 03i and Fh.W at f 1U!
1 15. '
PETROLETTMSales at 2830c. .
POTATOE3-4nW and? drooping at
! Oft ner bushel. - ' 1 -1 i
m uRirnrin wood demand at 10c for ehole
SALT-Dull and in limited-supply; We
I'qrjbte Hocking and Zeaesville-a 92r 75(5
3 00; Cases Dairy 94; Barrels with sacks
at 96. - " "' ! ' : ' - '. ' !
SEED Qover,' none in, ; market - We
quote Flax at 92 25, and Timothy at 93 25
ner bushel.' JV -'-' ; j
& SOAP Sates of common at 10c; Gerf
man at ll)c; Eraslve tliti Babe
ifeett's 13cj American- Castile 17c; Jtoreign
do. 'Joa: -- . ' " i -
STARCH Unebaoged at 8o.
KlTGARS--Firm and ItV good demand
11c for Molasses Sngars;12)14c lor Cuba;
13s14 Tor rrno itico; ioo.Kryei
low C; for extra -white C; 16o fof
' white A; a id' 17c for hardsw -
-:"TALLOT Unchanged at 1213e. 7
TEAS Firm at 95c91 25 for common!;
91 601 70 for medium; $1 751 90 lor tine
to choice Young Hyson; 91 652 00 lor Im
perial;' 91 752 00 lor Gunpowder; and
91 2ol 65 for Oolong. i
TOBACCO W'quote "manufactured
i: dark,10s!is and. Navy Js-at 6575d;
bright iis and pounds at 95cl 30; Six
i: twist ati4Dcj. Smoking : at -2232c; and
chewing, fine cut, at 65c91 20. -'
sR-WOOLH W AREroWe give No. 1 Tabs
at 913 00; So. 2 do at 911 50; No. 3 do at
910 50) N,1 Churns at 914 00; No. 2 do at
913 00; No; 3 rto at 912 00; Washboartis Tit
i 3 25; two hoop Pails at 92 80; and three
doat 93 00f . - !
" -WBISBHT Sale! i of eommon at 91 OOj
tBourbon. at 92 00(23 00. and Rye 93 00(3
A 00 per gallon' ,y ' -( v f - j
f-
Baltimore Cattle Market—Dec. 10.
Heceipra for the week, were 1.91$ atUe
"4 slieeo, and 4.626 hogs. . . -"
' ' KEEK CATTLE-Ia anticipaUou;or si
HsAtsuppiy of 4sattle this week, thers has
biensome excitement among the specaiaA
tore, andpricss were run, up yesterday tq
I
80c cwt. above the rata-of last ' weelt.'a
ywhlctr advance "there "were- only a few
BHies maae.-antr. ney rot tuiiti pnn
beeves. &" - . iliif
.To-day the market, opened, moderately
active, but the advance gained yesterday
could not be sustained, f and ; the market
closed dull and but little-change from the
coshig rates of last week. , , , ,T
Of the receipts, about 300 head were re
sWppeiiEsst without -toeinx offered here,
and AOTiead left unsold, J I J .
-. o ijiaom extra ai , pnme, e(gvc;
Bieaim, tHSO'l inferior, 4c per ID,
lire welsrht.- Averairer"c. 7 c-
L-.HOGt Tlk supply, l hosts, baa ieen
oare I y sufficient fortfee demand durintT the
week, and sales hive-been - made ac an ad
vanceoffl 00 per1 100 lbs on the closing
rates ot last week, ranging at 10?ilc,
. SHEEP The market Is. fairly supplied
with good sheep, and prices for such are
without. materialchango, ranging at 3
oc per 10. gross, tjommon.- sheep are dull
at 1 502 50 peV head. -
Cincinnati Tobacco Market.
[From Cincinnati Enquirer's Review for the
week ending Dec. 14. 1868.]
TOBACCO The demand for leaf has
ruled quiet all the week, the "receipts hav.
Ing dwindled down to. a small amount.
No advance has been established. . Manu
factured is dull at quotations :
OWEN AND MASON COUNTY.
Trash T . 8s
uommoo to ffooa lugs per lb 8 Sl4o
Medium leaf..... . 1 4 aiiam
Good Lf........:..-.....?:-.:....:..is soj
Fine ........... SI !6o
Oeleotions bright and sweet..... 88 B3vo
VIRGINIA.
CoramMtooodlnga,r,...... 5 9 To
Medinmleaf.'.. ....... .."... 8 13e
tine jest m m iym.i.-Hl
Selections, bright......... JS miSo
OHIO SEED LEAF.
Fillers, per lb
Medium wrappers...
Fine wrapmra
s a Se
is aviso
.'....so mio
Selections
MANUFACTURED.
8ii-twist
Tens. Quarters and navvdark swnett
..30
VV350
-v69..
8o
Tens, and quarters, bright -t....
ttrutnt iiounas a. ......
....soai sse
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
7b oil seAom it eaay eone&m i -
Citt Clshk's Ofhcs.I
CoLnmm. O.. Oct. 18. 18fi. I
Notioe is herebyairen. that nroceeVlinffshaTa hen
institutes uiTnayity.uoanouoruoiambaaAor
ina the followioa imDroTement8.to-wit:
ror grsding then th half ot ferry street from
nun street to tne oorporation nne.
Also, for I radio and pavina the flutters and
grading -and STareling- th roadway and side
walks on' Mound street frota Washington arenas
Also.for a double row flag stone parement across
Hound street upon the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with Diets and
estimates to be prepared by the City Ciru Engin
eer, ana niea in tne omoe ot tne uity uiwa. i t- ;
All persons elatminc damases on account or said
fivmu iui,ii,mnuih .1 u ii.iim iv HI, 1U.I1
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on cr
oeiora tne f uteentn a ay ot uecemoer.
ltx8.
Ai. JS. WILSON,
oot99-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
7o all wkom it may concern :
CoLrnBiTH. O.. Not. 9. 1868.1
Notice Is hereb, aiven that proceedinas have been
institatad ia-- City Counoti of Cotumbaa.- for
unit see lauowine improTeaien ta, w wit i,;.
t or laying a aouoie row nag stone crossing across
Center alley on the north side of Long street.
Also, for bnildina a double row flaa erosstna
across South Public lane at the west side ot High
street.
Also, for building a double roif flag crossing
across South street at the west side of High street.
. The seme to bedena in aeenrdanee with niiats aad
estimates to be areDarad by the CityCivilEnaineer
ana njea in toe Timce oi tne iiuy tyiers.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
betore the 1 wenty-nlth a ay ol JJecemDer, a. u
MSB. .w -'
- - li. E. WILSON.
novlS-dltawlw City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Columbus. O.. Nov. 18, 1888.
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings nave been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
making the following improvements, to wit: j
For amding and pavina the ui paved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings the west side of Washing
ton avenue irom tne nonn siae oi nauoa jriace to
the south side of Gay street. : , - - ,
Also, for waving High street fram Perry street
ot the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway of fablie alley from Filth street as Stxtfa
street.
The sameto be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.- ' ,
' All persons claiming damages on account of said
Bronoaad imDravementf. are required to file then
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on sr
betore the first oay oi January, a. jj. ieo
Jj. Ij. YYlXiBUm,
novlS dltawaw City Clerk
Paving Notice.
C?T,TCLERkM VjFFICE; ! 1 V
COLUMBCS, O.. NOT. 33, 1888.)
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to-wit: . ...
Kor trading and paving the unDaved sidewalks.
gutters and crossings oa the westeide of the va
cant ground west ef the market house, aad for pa
ring the -balance ox said vacant ground witniwiaul
son parement from Town street to Rich street. .
Also; for laying- a double row of flag erotsing
acrois. Center alley on the south side of Spring
street.
Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
Center allev at the south side of Lona street.
- T be same to be done in aeserdanee with plats and
estimates to Be preparea oy tne wj v;ivu .engi
neer, ana niea in tne omce oi tnevityuerg.-
A All oerBOBselainiewdamagee-oti-account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
elaimsin the office of tie Clerk, in writina, on or
before the Eighth day of January. A. u. ltffis.
L. E. WILSON
nov26-dltaw4w . . City Clerk
An Ordinance.
Making appropriations for purposes therein nama.
Section 1. fie it ordained by the City Council
of the city of Columbus, That there be aad is
hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums
of money, to-wit: - .
For the payment of expenses ot Street Commis
sioner and Chain Gang, al.eoo; - - -
For the payment of employes of the Fire De
artrnent.Cl.200. - - ' -
For the payment at xpeasea efCity Poliee.fi.
450. Kor the psyment pf-saleries of City O ten,
$600. ; , . T: - ; - j s . - t n
For exoenses of City Park. S 1.800.
For the payment of cleaning and repairing street
lamps, cioo.
For Gas and Gas Liahts. SI 00.
For psyment if Nicolson pavement la front of
ooutn aneine exuase. dw. ; . - -,
a 'or Sewers and Drainage, Soo- 1 ' "
Fnv navm.nt of Temoorarv Loan. S15.000.
Seo. 3. The several sums nf money appropriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
-
WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
To assess a special tax opon the real estate bound
ing the west side ot uign street, irom A
street to Strawberry alley.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
of thecity of Columbus. That the sum of Fourteen
cents, Five mills, be and the same is hereby levied
'and tsiessed onon each foot front -ei the several
rots of lanll bounding or abutting upon the west side
of High street from.Noble street to Strawberry al
ley, a the same are designated upon the plat of the
. . . . . t. i-1 .. .i if- .1 , i
vivill!ingineer, on ma iu buvuiuco ui iuv uivn,
for the cost and exDense of building a double row
flag croisiog across Mound street-atUia-westaidef,
OIKQ SbTWk, wuuus Mr iu, niiuan vi wi.j
fivil Rnffineer.
Sec. 3. Tbat the owners of the several lots of
Ian I noon which the foreeoiaa assessment is made
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
aue in tnat oenaii to ponn juurpny, wiuio
twenty days from the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
Eesolution to Contract.
Resolved, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
neishereny autnorizeaana airectea to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with t'rederiok
Erfurt, for building a donble row flag crosKing
across South Public lane at the west side ot High
treat, noon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per oubiavl
yard.
For boulder paving. Forty-five cents per square
., .
r or nagging, ia incnes wiae, oixty cents per iin-
Attest :
L.E.'WIL80If,
novS6-dlt
City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
BeoUtd, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
he is hereby authorized and directed to oontract in
the name of thecity of Columbus, with Matthias
Lang, for building a double row flag crossing
across South street at the west side of High street
upon thefollowina,terms, to wit: -
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per, eubis
'For boulder paving. Forty-five cents per square
f"ai graveling sidewalk. Fifty cents per cubic
yard.
Adopted Nov. S3, 1868. -.
Attest: IftE. WILSON.
novSS-dlt City Clerk.
COfJUTTlT BOiHD. SCHOOL ISXAirll
'NBR8 MBB'flNGo. The BoarS of School
Examinersot Franklin county meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturday o
eaoh month in the year. Also, on the second Fri-1
day and Saturday of the spring and fall months.'
ano-wU
, liit , - -
.PRLNTLNG.
' PEINTINa-.
mi mil mm
Ylf . ,
nriirvvfT
TUB ' tiABAEST AH 11 JHOSTCon
i
4ii i imvs 7o yoirrn i t wp
"'l.e .si-vf -ii' ,! "' f.- I j
:i -V mt! j f t i ' r AfKM .'!!' M7 I
" IH y!i Vim-' S j
ESTABLISmiENT 1
i-jt Mutt sttnT! j
in GENTBi;onib.
- - .o-1 ,v ti I'K- rut tS j
l-.T '. --." :- it
: T t
ftds. 36, 38' i 40rth High St,
i
i COLUMBUS, OHIO"
.... . I
Th attention the Business Public called to
the in peri or facilities of this Establishment.
C" ... We kaVCia aousUnVnse
Eleven Steam Power Presses
? L f 1. . J'i J J vl .
I Of THI
PflAKI-
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability ;to get out work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We hare lately
. made additions to our already
a; . , .-.i.j ...... , i.!.7ni
PEINTIHG TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
r us a call. Our kvge fonts of type enable as i :
BOOK PRINTING!
1 !.,.( ;'.:.
n the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
rr F-inthii inatotae-c a- T
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we have executed In th past year.
JOB PRINTING !
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
"'is well known to the business community.
' -i Employing, as wo do, none but the '
Bestr of -Workmen.
. And having a full assortment of the
LATEST tana CHOICEST
! l,..y'.;f,f.- . ,,- - '.'I ' 'ij.l !').
!i',i. rit i, fc.l , :v : . 1 : .-
SfYLES . OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. ;
I jiLLKmispfi u,:i:
Mercantile,
Railroad,
Bank anjj aj'OvC;
Commercial ''
4 Printing,
Bill Keads,v,i.-rCards,: si
Circulars, Letter. ; Heads,-,
J, 0 l ay ' xy a l 1 4 jO k
Blanks of au kinds Checks, ,
y -v ' - 4 t?. ft i -
. r -; - ajv; .
iirans, vc, tve.
IN FACT.
EVm'illlD'OFaOB PRIOTISG
Needed by the business public.
1 We a!sp keep on hand a larger stock of
PIPERS OF ILL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the oily such as
. t
Sniper Roynl, medium, -
Demy, Crown Cap,
Not Xistipors
Of helieet qualities, and, purchasing them as we
do, directly from th manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond-
ingly low rates. We are Sola
Agents for the ,
i
CELEBRATED PAPERS OFvr
CJ i.: ;11 O iv -i c:i.-i"', ' !
PLATNER Ac PORTEIl.
" i
BINK' "BOORS
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are preoared to
fill all orders for '
Liedserfl,
- a-frii t-t n 1 (it. - . f i
Dav Boolsai,
Oaata, Book m
Aad all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we cha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE U: AIC ALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,
96, SSlak dfanoi-tnTallgb Street,
ICOUTMBUSA
4 ,",!pAPER' WARELlbUSES. , ! r!
PAPER w WAREHOUSE.
.-.'.mi 67 .-('.jni-.i u'j : ' - h :!'! -"r-i ( u
: 01 itt-t-.i i - l-.-tt ii ., i. ;. . , f r." :i! '!-
i .'u-mi: t u it .is :i ' .'. y -.
: J-. ; ..(. .o-:; i'i" ij ''J.Jrl : U.
.The attention of the Trade is called to the anperi-
., or stuck of
:' :.T!I yu: . r. t .in' it! .-'.'Ti'
PAPERS OF ALL'7lilNDS,
8 u.'.i.-j -. : ' i''- . ;t uaau e'ji- j .
:Ki.v.;l , :-. i''t.-.; ; i, -;ti-4 .. ,iil;:L v :
ii'Knr.a ;s ,'""l: lit .- '.,,Jiti' v if. t
: I... . Justreoelved adf. sale by ., ! !.
IS t-c htmiBtvU '. a 'J i -:: di I !
KEVINS j& MYERS
.; " i r,'ivi -7'-J',- i:: -j :: . m.
! ''. ' '.a : ': . ' - I
! ' S6, S8 4fc SO NORTH .. IGB ST., ,
i'. '' ' :.-":'- i7 v' ; , iX .r.r.st r:J5r-; .
''"' rt V t t.'-: '$3-. h i ysviV
CO L V MS XT 8
, i . . . 1 .
: r '.:':
r. i"-;;, Ui .., ,
.:1 ..' J .'. 'Ot.; ; '. .
.-- " i - : i
.,, .,. , ; Our stock comprises a full line of
.' i
10 .).
Colored and.
ul t '. ft.-i-.-.t-Vii i ;. 1
7 iPrlht Papers.
We have a fun stock of 1 1 J,: j ;
- " '- i .
ENVELOPES
,' ."'! .'! 'i. , ' ' 'ti.r r' ' r;M !
Of all flxat and varieties, which will be told at the
lowest market rates. '
1,1 ui -i ' . .- . -, . , . ' i. -. : .11
3 ll
i
OUR stocx or
Ii nnBurpMS4 Istheeity.anoladinc
. BRISTOL BOARD1 Ui
..V;- 1 r.. v-
' R. R. CHECK, 1 -COLORED
of all kinds V;
. ..And BLANK: :. ;
Tnztrxa Jfc 9ITERS.
povS
.BANKERS.?'- v
Ps1 W.x, HUNTINGTON &A CO.,
BAN K E R S y'
Corner Broad & High Sts,
COLUMBUS,! OHIO.'
febs-dly
r. BATDSM. '- JOS. HUT0HB8OM. W.B. B AT1 - .
r HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CC.,
V.:.,i ,Jl!!!:i!'V!' 1-j .,''! fi ,.!.; r ;. r.. :.t',
1 AjNTK-ERS
1 ;.,,;'-; . ' : : :i i- t J 1- ' ' ' J -Oi i
NO. IS 8. HIGH 8TBEGT,
tan20-dly-r : CelantasiO,
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FO K THE HAIR
Improved!
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. . '.'
, It ceases the Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
. - ....j-.'t
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
' ii tones the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. '
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to itfe Original Color. ' -' .
-It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
years.-- y ' :i
t is eompoaed entirely of simple aad parely veget-
: ?!,; 1 . ' :-' - MerabsiaueeaC "'J f , . i
It has received over six thousand voluntary test!
mocialt of its excellence, many whioh are from
... - physicians in high standing.
j It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
' Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
Schieffelin A Co., New York. sCHNT-mohx7r-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO,
i V ' " ' GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
.13S (tstsaan street, mew Xerlc-
(EttablUXcd in 18S2.)
We beg to cell the attention of advertisers to
our agency. Uur faoilities-with all the first class
daily naoera in the -eoaetrv are second to none.
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con-
- anions anion cannot tail to give supenorViduce-
- ments. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid South American papers, with whom we hare
exclusive contracts We are the onlv honse doing
up. iuu a nvcDTTci V' DrTurwu
. We can, by special permission, refer to '
. Mr. H. T, Hsutsoui, Druggist, 694 Broadway,
iiew York. ' -
Messrs. S. R. Yandczsb A Co., 198 Greenwich
street, JN eat j(ork. ,
Messrs. HALb A RrCKSL; iS Greenwich street,
NewYoTk.
Messrs. G. Brtcs'b-8oA Co., Type Founders, 13
t, nam tiers street. i
Messrs. Phaloh A Son, New York. ' " ' j '
Messrs. Phelon A Collkndsr, New York.' ' '
Messrs. Takrant A Co.. New York. -.
Messrs. Chickbkino ASon, New York.
Messrs. Radw at A Cq..Now York. I
oct30-eod3m .:. :.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. I
F. A; & -1 LESQUEREUX
. 'i ! IMPORTERS AKD DEAiBRS lit; ir n
W A T C H E S
JEWELRY,
PLATED WARE,
CAKES, " ' SPECTACLE
ejaj a aa-.sa x ,
GOLD PKVS,
1:
POCKET-BOOKS and ' -''"'
OPERA GLASSES
; ' V. IS ENDLESS TARliTT". :' 1
V Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of j
Bath Ttasmai' an4 WaterbaiyClKti
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also,. Agents
for the 1
" ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
ee (Frenoh and Geneva) in full supply at - I
' low rates. -'
- ICT All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
PU""!d: , F. A. A L: LICSytJEREDX,
febl4-eod!y Bo. 71 Soath Hi jh it., Columbus.
. I' ' . r '
Book, ' r
! o.i s . . .- i
i Writing
GQQ1JS.
) c"''-"J( It ,
Oi!:,!i'p' u',.-;fl'A la.
iv! '! V ti-fi;;-r' j n:: i-i
f i Vi ;rii-ixnr,t i nr. JCJ107:
'i hf iti'sji-'a-.. 1 !.:-i xtftTi
i:,.V'tn
:.:li,L I
.i'O ii ii :'.u i ,'.. ;;), Al'i .-.-ji:,-I'u - I I
DRY GOODS,
: I Li:a i; .
K I''
: I" '
. 1? I'll i
i,-,,ilVi
i.'.i ,.-uf: :
.5 ?!: :i'l l!
ll W.: ;
i::;u
u i ' l l"
' ''' ui:
S .M
i 1 f.'
r ,f
1,"
i
i
. -V 1 J - 1.
i:f.
ft -f,
!,! I.A
''.--,'.) !.-,-'.1
'
U10 ,::.-
:.f.'..: i,, n:j ;,i;( -
I'll-ii. ii tm 1IJ:0.1 Ii : -.IV
;-r, i I'-j ...,!J -ict !.. i,'ii,i;
.n ?: 2 "t l'i'f!')! :--i u
1? '".'" ,(: .nniK i
i ' - : i: sa.i.-,-i
i 1
..(!ii.'j
t t
.-
t Iu -'.li;
:'Z? to
'T I , , ...
ii ; . t
e
'i' :;' A '
:iiij .' t J ';:: i .
i'l!U;'l ,7 'j , J
' i 'Hi a, ii j iA 0 i
. ;j ?-: :,.!;
s . . .. . . '
i Mill
IT . V.' ii,
' .".' ii-' it ti)
.'! ii-J-nn
- r ; Hi:
r '-" ...!.
i':-i('S l.r
i:!4v
; n '
'.- : l-jj..! ?
.L" ;''(:
.' i ..'.(. . :
:ii.;." ikt'-. i,
.1 : i.j; liJi".
'j i. J lw. I-
v- r.i -. . :r '
. ; i .(r'i;. -j :;
-. .'1,
; i'l i ,
tut ' r
' O:'-:
' . t'
i '.'
iiii-i-
y'U
r '
-Oi !- jl
!'j
'.L:i I: '1 '! 1
,7ilf) i .'ii:: n
.i-. j -
"VI:; 1 K 1
v .j
I i;
A -
i i
8j'.::i..JJ
:,:-.!'
i',
A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
. 'i
: 250 c AND:; 252
.1,1.
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
VJt-
ARE NOW OPENING THEIE
i-i
WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
--AND2
FANCY DRY
a..
'JJ
:! l-. -X.i'l ;. 1 f !
ii:h
It;-.' !
y'.-;-i
.i'
: i'i'-.,,ai I'.:
ii .
7-1 BJVi
"L -if 'hi-
ki.'
.lUfi tt'Ci i
iiij.
....ll ll.C I
.!ji:j !t 3l!i
iU!li' )
if r ivinii .
sM. iii
e'iSi-'UiS.li ''iij In
i 7 .
a- i
,i:.i;..
1
ii I
nil
:"ll
.i j:r't
,-H;lS
-'-: ;vU.' !. .
J- to -ni-nUi
..'aj"i 1 :
lli) iik'!' 3 l'r
r .-' ' ' '' I.
, ' :-,. ' . '1 '.HI.' !
a-. '- ' ii , 'i (
,.' , r : -; 'j v.i -.' 1 ,
i.:: ...:' Ii't:i,:s! h ; ;,;
DRY: GOODSi
,ui'i
i ' k ,.. ,.i 1 . ! :' ' : . ..
f - .'!.! -.):. "(I i'-'ii'! , ll-i-i;:
7 .. :' :'-.:' '!. :. .". :'..'
'i,' !,.. i- I vf-Ml'JS. ."i,..i:t. t'i
!V1!.': -3 - x ' : .''' -i i'l i; ': -A-J.ii
;-H! )Ti'': l.y.i!i.p.'l ;il .( -ni i'
't . ll At-. I 1 ..-i j-Sji;':-'.if'
,. . ..l'.-r I ek-Ol
i.! 'i . . .!.! ij:-:t .:i T! .
.-. . - '::
''l-t.'t. i.i- wrr.'O'j-; ! j
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
ii;i; 7fi
K3'
1 OJ r - " .wrt
RAILROAD.
: ii ' iif-i.tg- ' ' ul stjiw wii a
Z v't 10 rflUli "Ml! Ul')it Hli;Ji!f ItOi!. J
Three Traina iieave Colnniftna (TTnfan
, . iiesciii maur (naaay t axecples.)
A ftl'iKt id ? - :! 4S !,! I
3:2 A, M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving
V..HUlllA . .-11' A M . li-ll-i .1.
MaJtimora at i6 A.'al.'W aaoiagton City at8:td
A. M. 1 .
i f :iOA-M.tHlHTNlSQEXPRE88-fJiTiving
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. Ii Bellaire at 6:10 P. M ;
Baltimore at 11:10 A' M.r Washington City.atlSfli
r.il, i .r.t ! j:i: : -.(.. '.. j'U ,
- , T W VYDDrud TT . . fr-1-
- . . - m. j.ai i.i. i-iiii, Bniiiu, b i j auow
viUe at 4:55 P. H.: Bellaire at 9:D3 P. M.t Baltimore
; at 4:45 P. Washington-City at 50 IV.il.
' Close connectiens' made at Baltimore and Wash-
ington with trains fo Philadelphia and New York.
, ras8engen boldingi through ttakets td Eastera
j eiues nave tne privilege ot, , .,:. Kj j
F.fiiting-
Washington City- Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPISQ CARS ' ON" ALti IQiHT
h-,M ,1 !,i;r,TB.AINS- -f,...f W:'f'j;.
Aak for TICKETS via BELLAIRE
. JNO L. WILSON, Master of Traaeportaticp,
'. L.H.COLE. General Ticket Agent. . -'I
JNO. W. UROWN, Gen'l Pasaenger Agt.
MEDICAL.
DRUNKENNESS
CURED WITH . '
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE OSL INFALLIBLE REJ1EDT.
Can be given with or without the knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston's Treatise on "Drunk
enness, ita Conseouenees and Cure." free on as
plication. Price of Specific per pottle, $1 50, or
three bottles for S4.00. ' - ... . ,
n- . j; :avls: ij .i ecnneiier,.'- '
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, l'olumbusr 0.
., - SOLD BY ALL DEUUGISTS., !
' -seplY-dTAsAwly '-'..., ,
- .J , A PERFECT CURE -. 1
' For h Dyspepsia,: Fever and Ague, Arii-'-
lity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
: Nausea, Heart-burrv ijaandiccy and all
,n diseases arising fi-om, -a disordered state
of the. Stomach, Liver or Intestines. ; ; .
Prepared by ;Sbwaiu .Sc . Bshtlet,
..... DroggUoyyBufislN. Xf ' Sold, bjf. all
ruggista. ,,,, ;. .''.',.;,. ,. '.r,ir ;
, S. i.- &AMUEL A Co Wholesale Agents. , . .
sBB-ap4-deosAwly - s :
7rr
The Great Tied let ne for the Shin, rant
without ft.il, every hind or an
Ightl j crnpUon or the fhee.
or ItchitiK:, Irritating or
diatremlnff cntaneoas
L - dtoeawc on any part "
of the penoau-ui ':
r ' Ji int utitrtu WrVeerf me of tht wurHying erup
tion, and T nm now looking quite like a mnn writes
'Iharitx E. Not)), General Agent of Mich. CeDtxsl '
R. R., 173 Broadway, N. Y.
M We find it an inrrrtttable remedy for Tetferte'. '
write Higlcy.itro. PniggiBtv, i'tiirtlelti, Iowa. ., J
u I have tried yonr ralnohU remedy for Barber' 9
Itch wiih gnat mooM," writes C W. Dumout, of
Isoniiuster, Mass.
Bond for clrctilar ,
Prepared only Jy
' Priofc.S eta. ami $1.00.
SOLON PALMER,
36 Was( FourtU Street, ttraUuti, 0-, H
For sale by Druggists generally. , r . f
septal deodAwly . " ' 7 ' ;
T PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE. A New
Courbb OF Lectuhes. as delivered at the New
York-"Museum of Anatomy; embracing the sub
jects : Bow to live and what, to live lor Youth,
Maturity and Old Ace; Jiannooir general y review
ed : Tbe cause of indigestion, fiatulenee aad Ner
vous diseases accounted fur : Marriaffe nilosoDb.
I-' icallv considered. Ae. -t
rocket volume containing these leetures win be
' forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
four sump, by addressing SECRETARY, NEW
York VusErji of Anatomy ab Science, eia
HROAnWAT bpw York.' - vT-tebi-div
BOOK BINDERIES.
:, t.. i.'.-- -..i 500,000.: ., ;'.,
J0()K;WA31TED;;F0R:;BIXDHG
HAVE YOU
. arar ve,har v. ii:i'i,Ltj built
A- MUSIC. Ac, Ac, that you wish to have
. bound in a nice firm . binding, promptly, at-low
. prices? Books sent for aDd returned to any part of
. tne city py girirg notice tnrongn posicmoe, or at
.tne .... t,,! vn.. f.I !)! i l-;!-'-:
Franklia Steam Book- Bindery
7.-1 '-."-. t'1 fH SAHDilS Bt!i:i Ili7 (1T
BLANK: BOOK M &NU FACTORY
- One of the Jargcst aad beat appointed Binderies in
tne state. . . .
Koonas 34. 38. 38 Iforth Hlgrh street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', "and Statesman
-irT'l-i T' 1 , DMBant x rinuug viuoea. f. :t4
, . SAllx. .alutraaJSii , p
J BLANK BOOKS!
Of every description and quality, from the hit-Best
to tne lowest, printed it desired, ru ed snd bound
-to any Manned pattern, and superior workmanship.
at tne lowest prices.- ..... .. i
Orders frra Ciuiitv Officers. Banks:' Mercb-nts
: and all Officers nooirmg tiUfahlOR ULaNK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with oarper
aonal attention. ' -'- -' - ' i.w
X our patronage respectfully solicited. . ,
"TV V
LEFAVOK, .
i I.:-:-..'
oct3-deod6m
Proprietor.
SIB 8ERT & LILLEY,
Blank.'; Book Masufacturers,
PtyNTtflS. BINDERSAND PUBUSHtH.I()
8peoial attention paid to manufacturing Brat class
, , .r BLAN 14.: BOOKS,,,,,,
o every descriptioa. without prrstad Hoad-
COtTKTT 6FFTCSB9, KKCH AKtS,' VAlVFrAf VREBS1
bakkkbs, nAivo" ytar;Aias, SOj j ;j j
aa-Trii ts of . m.d. on .rt
- . . . aawan aivsivn.
warranted to givepaiitrosauaiACUon. i
.Mfanl av.
; OPERA HOUSE, BUILD1NQ,
aprll eouly
,C0LV)tSVa.IBIO. t
ROCERS.1":".',1,!
NO, 19a &, ! SOUTH HIGH STREET i 1
GKQOK8fl .
PROPRIETORS. COI.CITI BTJ PSwl
l)r R MAGAZ1N E. and agents for the sale of
Haiard Powder Company's Powder.
Agents for
GARDNER, PH1PPS A'Coi'S
Celebrated Sugar Cured Ham,,
. 1 . i and dealers in . '
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AKD STAPL5 '
bUOUbKl.bb . .,, -:' , . ! I
In all their varieties. Imported Wines.' Brandiet
tiN? ...iVWCkatti'KjF- ; '3t.
"-'.f .fe?. s,
.' :'i- --jy"" "' ' aW ' '" ''-';--'-' ;
. ' i I :; T'i
Clears, etc. aa i aBti,iun-colJ
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Lata PI ML"
a -..a j
WwsdSa
2
,!.:f mH
The Bhorteat KoatTWest-rNo Change, of Can to
Chicago. Keokuk and Indianapolis.
0rilt',rKAr!rS bAlLeaveraloA Depot, Co
J Umbos, ondnd after Jfov.s.jas ae ,.j
aellows t
8"ffi- M, TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
Vf.V PESS' (Sundays excepted) Arrives
at llilfetd OdT a m. Urbana 110 a ia. BeUefoaUine
p; Sendusky 8:00 p m, Piqua 11:16 a m. To
leSiv?'pni-D,,rot MsMpnw ' -' i i -i-ii
This tram rea-eaasaasfy for Toledo and D
trjit boeines", arriving at toth places 2 ltanr
ahead, of any other route. - ' --' - -a
1i7s ?J M MAIL AND-'PEORIA CTPBaSS
i ,i ?n"i, ?tDti;W rrive at Bradford
Junction4:40 p m. Richmmor p m.' Indianapo
lis 80 p m, Loganrport 10:50 p m. Chiosge Mta
Peoria 5 a m. (ia'eeWa MM tm, Burlinaton
Iowa. 11:05 a m. keokuk 1230 p m. Qulnoy 1 o m'
Louisvillesao a m. Terrt Haute liS? , m toou
IIS a m. Cairo 4 HO p m, Paoa 40T a Alton 8:00 a
m. St Louis 9:15 a m, Lafayette 1S.-00 mid. Spring
field, Ills -,7i"JJ a aw J i , ,
Passengers b this train reach St- Louis the next
morning banra ahead and -for points-west
of St, Louis and Keoknk one train in advance of
all ether routes, ,-,,..., ,.
5.Kf, P- M. CHlCAGO'AjrO Sf.iOTTrS EX
OU PRESS SanJaysexoepted. Arrives at
Piqua S15 pm. Toledo 6:30 a m. Detroit 8:10 a m,
Bradford Junction 8 JO p m, Losansport i0 a m,
Chicago SOam, Indianapolis 2 36am, Terra fjaaee
S -30 a m. Mat toon 9:15 a m. Pane 11.-00 a m, Alton
SiOO p m, St. Louis 4:00 p m. LafaTeete 75 am,
Springfield. Ills., 49 p to. Juincy 110 p m. Keo
kuk 10 am. Louisville. 8sue aea. Xaaaville t:0t p
nm. Memphis 10KM a m. .,. r
ISf Sleeping cars run in this train from Colum
bas tdChiomgo and St. Loais without change. This
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and a'rives at-SW Louis and Louisville S
hosr, Uead and makes direct eonnsetioas for
all points West and South one train in advaace of
any other route. ' --i.v , '.., r'if.T
1VlfejA. SIGHT- EXPRESS Daily via
l,tv Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), ' Via
Legansaort. Arrives at Bradford Junatioa 4IB a
m. Logansport 8:40 a m. Chicago 2:26 p w, Peoria
5:35 p m, Keokuk 10:45p m, Indianapolis 8S am.
Terre Haute 12:15 p m.frranrrille T-30 pm, Mattoon
3:18 p m, Cairo4:15 a m, Paaa 50 p m, Altoa M p
m, bt. Louis 10:15 p m. Wayette 3:10 p m. Louia
Vf le 5:00 p m Nashville SMi m, Memphis 4:16p.m.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3 noura and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route. .!.. - i,::j T.--tf
STATE ROOM SLEEPIXQ CAVSS
Bun in this trahi from PittiBargh to Indianapoas.
49" Call for Tickets via Legaasport or Indian
apolis. .-r ; . .. ... r
. Tickets for sale at Union and Rqn' Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Uuioea. r r
V CM tTtviivn n;iT;.Vrf a '
:! ! 1. M.LUST.tieneral Superintendent,
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
rnv"
Cincinnati Railroad.
jPlyc 045alxxaai JDlly
rvci.' i. : - EXCEPT SUNDAY. , ,HT
From Colnmbus, ia connection with Traina on the
EltUe Miami Jk. Celambut cfc Xeata
-. .,, . Railroad. ' . '
. - i w . Z,i:!r.T)m '
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at lilO
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead.
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, Shiloh. New Louden,
Wellington, Grafton and Berea. arriving at Cleve
land atS A. M New York T.-oo A. M.. .This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leavea Cohgnbus
at SM A. M. Will stop at all way stations, , - This
train starts froi the Freight Yard.1 ' ' ' '
NEW YORK EXPRKSS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. W ill stop at Delaware.Ashley.Cardiog
ton, Galion, Crestline, -Shelby New Lnndon, Wel
lington, Grafton and Rerea Arrives at Cleveland
at 3f P. M .. New York next day at 3:30 P.
HAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at4S
P. H. Will atop at-'Wozthington, Lewis Center.
Deiawara, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea.- Ar
riveat Cleveland at:M P. U,.New York :iS P.M.
- Passengers for Fort W ayne and Chicago, by tak
in this train; wilt get sleeping 3r at Crestline at
6:00 P; M.. arrive in. Eort Wayne at U0 P. il-,
Ch oaeo at 6:00 A 1 11.. Being in advance of all oth
er rout-s, bavc ample time for, breakfast, aad lake
the earliest train for the West- . -SPRINGFIELD
ACOOMMODAtlON TIATbL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 1:30 P. Mr, W.ill
top stall stations between Colnmbus and" Spring
fieldarripaf atjlelaware at 3:35 P. M.. Springfield
PSA VMjiJbaCtAiD-1 eaves Springueld at 1H0 A.
M- arrives at Delaware at 3i A. jlu Coluiobuc
I0A0A.M. J n - "
k: -. .OStAt .-.i "'i,;; Bwifi JtUt
PatemtSleeptngCawsare raaoaa)1
- . misht TVains to Chicago :
New Vorlc and " u - -'K
. Boatosa. -;.' ii.io
.," Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; alse, to Philadelphia and '
Now York, via Crestline.
'.'"i RETURNING t 0; ! ' ' i z-'j
,. Nizht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:45 A. Ml
Cmcinnati Express arrives at Coluinbus ally
Mail Train arrives ai Columbul at 95 P1T. (
Springfield Aeoommodatioa arrives at Columbus
at 10M A. AC., ... ..T
Fare aa ,w aa by any Other- Route a
' -' Ask for Tickets via ' Crestline fir Cleveland.1"
E. 8. FLINT, ' -l t iil
- - Supcsaaieadent, Cleveland, Ohio.
..-.-..' :.j S t.r I JAMES PATTERSON,
Agent, Colnmb t,Ohio.
Columbus, Nov 3. 1863. ,)
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN.
v . i- -. ...
auunrutT
DAYTON & WESTERN. RAILROADS.
; .i',t : .-. i. ' "- r .,.,)
On an after MONDAY, Nov.' 33d, 1868, F0VR
TRAINS DAILY win leave Columbus
FOB CDTCnni'ATl', IA)TfloltLB 'CArR6i'8T.
'. " LOUIS,' DAiT0K, EICHat0in):':!I?';jU
a TjiAjripOLIS A CHICAfio." 'j' -.
Withou tchange of ears-to DAY TON and RICH
; ' AlOND, and only one change of ears ea IN
DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO.
-'3.U - -i. ... -i I .' .'il st
if.,; jConnecons are reliahleas, follows , ;j
CO ) .ii- ifTRSl! TRAIN tDailyX 'o'J l-,iu S
Leaves at 8 A. M. for Cincinnati, fjtrelcvttlc.
,- Laneatter, Hillsboro and Chillioothe: stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati atfOa- m. ... '. - i. ... . j
' ' . '"'I becosd'tjuj.h.; i. ',;;'T, v
:"t " 1 (Daily enmapt Sandaya J ,'i
Leaves at 5 WO A.. M. ifor CineianaO. Dayton
, . Riohmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
' West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Slnia.
-Oedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley ,-Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Fosters, LovelanH Milford.ar
.. riving ,at Oincionati at 10-3 A.. ) eonnccting
with .thcMaUBos. j ..; .;..,,, ..hll L
THIRD-TRAIN.
TtDstVy" except Sdndays.1 i r,T
Leaves at i:4S P. M for Cineianatl. Daytoa and
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati -as
MRM. ' ' ' -u .
1 ' FOURTH 'TBAnr."-'' l
'"' -J''!,'(Dallrxcept Sundays'.)
Leaves at' P. M. I for CrBOianati Dayton and
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
,r T j u,.,k ,'ri.... o,
C UDl.-'U, JH'UUUU, U-'OIJ - 1,1.1 I CLl'll, 1 ti ina.
.. Ceoarrillc. Xeaia. Morro-J aad Loveiaad, andar-
m. .i nir.inn.i; ,t injn p. u
9.:,H i.rifjO r-ri! .1 '! t(tl4 .val a Jt.d
Sleealnir Cara -an' all' Ivfffnt' -Traina.
htitsx ilsw !),( :l ?,' fi;if isnfvof
t . ..HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Aicnt
Ji .I: il.l S ifW.rLHlSHINN.Aaent. J
sJOHN DUR AND.! on 1 fii;3
9tt tu i .UO111
,n.iod ill
Gepl TickeTlg'E. J ' , , . .
'a"T.iiV
PITTSBURGH,
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
I
I
us and after June xertr.' IfW. irr. mm -ni.
Le.ve'TrJf '. Exp'reS! VHt'Jt'Efl...
Oolunybus, jii.t0 A. iL ifclSKHM J13a Avl ,
Steuoenvill.. .9:00 A; M.- SrtO P. aU''a'v:M IVM,
pinsbuTah .;:iioxvM.a 'tf. 1,u- ri.
Harrisb w. JjS4C r'-M.'i 14:20 P. ot b- BMiAf,
iBiiaqeip'ua., ,lfl A, M
New York.T.C 6: A? M.
40 P, U , SS6 A-M,
SSS P;W 1tS0 37M,
DoatOfr..4.:. aw r. hi iumm-c r.
EE'egant state room slecpingcarsen all night traicr.
On tbe fast Line the celebrated "Silver 'Palace'
day and nisbt cars are run through from Columbus
4o Pniladelphia and Aew.Tork vntboat cbaegs.
aa LyaaAtaH ha whA-cMI a
M . -Sandav traia
. aocouioiB
Mriveln Pew TorkatS sydoek Monday tnorftih,,.
. . a . aj vy J ' f.
' 1.' j- GealTicke AgX Bteabawvilla, Ol
, , V. Vir. iCARDunexwteengieo,
'ioHirtkstti
1 juBea.Bja j .ii. .i. ;u w aJJ
,1 ii
7 SIS
TT ALLEN:' Ac'ferVT
.ti--,.
TTfll.fcfcOrrTITllJE THE COAL BIT 3
IT .. HE. -8 at-his present staad.'iK - .-.;:)
jt. No. I3S North llisth atree,li:i
HOC iVCO '"whlchhe ispebaredtosela
the lowest market prioe. 1 -' i. J v i. .
KnjHii.l .Itjintton nalil fn Rhinnin
mylO-eodly Aitfi " '

xml | txt