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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
.TTU at Clam it. bJ
I r.J.a'Wj.w. e.. i'iVS: iATjS
V !? erknprev4.i.iii.ai:10 A. M. 1-40 P. M.
wawviwiiviwuin...mA.a. 1 :43 K. IS-
S :.!rTUa train lest
Agent,
-:LUU Hiatal 4t Cell
tr. Xeala R.K.
-iVt (.; v 7 . J-I.i w.i, v.J
NUhtExpresa......
- Uineinnati AoeMBtaodatioa.
vSxpreM....
Sxnreat
Li&ra.
A. M.
. KA. M.
.1:45 P.M.
1 intrrt.
1:00 A. M
a P. M.
11:00 A. M,
0:00 r. tt.
la ra k - v , i u WH. H.Shww, Aiceiit.
"twaltltaere Ohl ejtallreae, Central
itt i. . ... ..Oate AlTlela.
JWght Express.!
'I.-V )
U1TI. I ' IK.!
"Lightning Express.
...a...
, 31:30 A. JO.
.11:1 A. M. ' 6:33
-.
tiptm Mail-. S:is P. M. : Use P. M.
l -..li.iji!-, -.! a.. i. bmith, Ajfent.; ;
-Oelaaafeae, Cklega aw ladUana Ceal
.'tis.-!-!:,)! v; r WalBallwaTi- :
iftght Express..!,... 12:40 A. M-' SK A. M
'Toledo Eipreal.:.. 8KM A. M.1 3 P. g.
i-IVatcara Kxprtet. 1J0 p. M. T6 P. M.
.PaxBroM........... JJ& F. 1L,.IK A. M.
t ' r r " -,,,,8.i. Hill, Agent
aatkr AIsiBiafieleT Newark. JB.B.
Trains leare Kawtrk aad trriTe at follows '
r .- ... st. .i vLEAYa. .ABIUTC
aj ............ j; g A M. 91 A M.
f reight and Aooemmod&tion 75 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
liail and xprea ....... .liM P.M. S:U P. M.
" - ; ' A. W. UiNNia. Agent. .
JMttabartTk) ClaclnaaM k ,t. A.als
J . - . Uallwmr.
'.'j.- -.'i uin. !' ahhot. '
Hew York Express-1:15 A. M. 1SK)0 Mid't
Lightning Kxpress.. JIM A- M. 65 P. H.
liail and Exprose JS P. M. 1:S P. M.
AnnisAn Aoeonmndation 6.-00 A. 11. 6 HO p. If.
. Mew fork Express raadaibr. All other trains
ran daily, except Sunday. - .
' Denauoa Aooommodatioa , itartt from freight
yard. . - -
i '" '' "Jomr B. Pktkbs, AKenb .
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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ABBtTXB.
A.H. r.u.
15 JO 19:30
, too
(astern Throogh Mails,
I, Tia SteaeeDTkU - ana
Pittsburgh. . ....... ..
Eastern Way Mailt. 0. C. '
AO. R.
Horthweot, Tia Ft, W. &
,0.C.C.iC.K. R.
Chicago. Tia 0, P. A I. C.
a. x. r.
10:00
too
ISM
.... T.oo
40S
iVaS 7-30
11M ....
v.V,s.a-
11M
iittle Miami B-TUThro as0 .
Little Miami S. B-. War. .... 15
V u. K. tt.. newarK.
Zanesrille A Wheeling.
C- O. BWay .......
C- V. i l, Throogh and
isao
14)0
VJS0
140 U.-00 T;30
Circleville, Chillieothe
Portsmouth.'... -noaster,
Ohio.......... ....
Xast Mr ay. National Road. -10:30
Mt. Vernon Way.Wester--rille.
Ao.... 1C38
Honh Columbnt and Clia
tooTille 1030
WaehingtonC.H.,TiaHar-l 4 .
tisbarg. (bi-weekly J I
wrrires Mondayt Wed-1 -Besdayt,
Fridays, and f
leaves Tueedays-Thura-1 .. . .
da and Haturdays.... J - -
Centre Village, (tri-week-)
4yTaeadays,Thursdays 11 K.
730
13
1
1M
100
8:00' ...
9M
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
A LITERARY ODDITY.
The Brewer should to Malta go.
The Boobies all to Bioily.
The Quakers to the Friendly Isles.
; The Furriers to Chili. ...
-- X . - ' -
The little, tnarlinK, earreling "bahet,' '
t.'t.; That break onr nightly rest. - ' .!
Should packed off to Baby-Ion. . -,
To Lapland, or to Brett. . ; , .,. , ' . t J
From Spit-head Cooks go o'er to Greece,
And while the Miser wait- -
viHis passage to the Guinea eoaai.
Spendthrifts are in the titraits.
8pinster should to the Needles go.
v It Win bibber to Burgundy: ' ' '
Gourmands should lunch at Sandwich Isle. : .
Wags a the Bay of Fan-dy. ;! ,:rv i
Batohelort to the United Statas. ' ; T', ; ' '
Maid to the Isle of Man; '-'...
' Let Gardeners go to Botany Bay. ' t 1 ' ' '
.pj, AaoV Stweblaelu to Japan. . x -i -1 . ' ,.'
- Thnt emigrmte and misplaced man . .. '
-..' Will here ao longer tox us:
And all who aiat prorided ior
Bad hotter go to Texas. - - -
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining uncalled for in the Columbus Postoffice,
December 16, 1868.
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Aller Annetti Adams A W
Adam Mrs C Allen F C .
Adams Jeff ' Andrews I h
Aadavsea J IT - Allen Mel less
Andrews W S
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Black Mr Bradley O 8"
Bisbee Misa O A Brn Hits LI
.Adam Ann M .
..Adams Geo W -'
AndrewsRerJWS
Adams W $ ;
r.'-Vi
. Ttilleot Oh as H
BramfeldMissfa
Borrett Frank , Buret. U
ltamat Miaa Hi, Reall J B
i. i u:. o
Bergon John - ; - Burr Mrs L S
Broad Mist HI B yers M . .
Bradshaw Mr H Baker 8
Blakesle Mrs 8 Bradford W -
JJI1IUU1 !
Bradford S W -..
Bates Mrs 3 " ,
, Barron WmH
xtaraeuornm -
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CdfbrMhrs InnaCnnningbamKbCafferyMist Kate
Campbell Mrs X) Canr Geo Curran Hugh -
Col riu Hattle .Campbell J W Can James W .
Curtis Jos i,,,- Crawley John ChordorJnbn '
ChillaJohn ' Cameron John Caldwell Rer L B
CarterMissL-ritiaCaiTan Mrs M 1 Clin Mrs Mary
Conawar Mike Cloud MissMaryLCapps-M T
CaatolerMraMaryCaaselMiesRtl Colwell Th" ,
Cone l)r W i Carpenter WidlerChambers Wnt
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StVis Mrs D B Dearduff Geo Drostell Mist H L.
TchoMitsJ S3 UunnJ W(cofd) Dunn HonJ M
DttTitJofan DanluisMike- Dennig fiat nan .
Dunham , tt? o. Dawson Tno ....-. ,'- -
v. t t -'.-." " ! -S : .. --.
KruiurMrsAda ' Emerick Bonnie Ernese O
ElibantMistE Edwards Jane
f.nW W-'! tT -i ':! '--s . .'
Fredrick Mr Foot I Geo Filler Ell
Frisks Geo F . FaroossMissBoU Fisher John C
Flaherty Marr Fuller M S (3 Ferry Q ,
Foreaker Mary E - .----
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Graham Del n Graham Miss E Green Mis Etta
Gilmore i A , Grore JohnX - Geuint Nancy
Ward Dr John 8 Given L : r'
GrjotreDerMias MP . . .
' ' . H V . - r.;.;-i.,'-. .'
Hurel E B - - Hayes Mr Lib rleUweger W M :
BemerckGeo Holme H Haston James - -
HayeaJ ; Housman DrKS Harris Hon M ,,
Hulls Miss Mol Habrgger Robt Hanna Mia 3 - I '
Hadaa Bimon P UiokenfaoXtcnt Mitt Jan n.-nl
,bt,-t r.i to s Li-:.j. I i ; .k-- : ; -
.JikinsMrsC Johnson Mr E Jeaaess Mis J
Johnson JF Jyant Mittldrdia Jenkins W B.
.Tl . - - - ' J ' '
KnesBDj T 'v Kate-Mist KateKes DaVid 1
K.noia UawU -King Mr Lint- Kilgora Edward
Keraug Frank Kella Mis Mary Keilor Miasilary
KeUerMiMMaryEKumaTdilL,:,., -, - . i
Larkin Cynu B Long Mis LiaaieLrea MrsEIlont
Lee Miss alien J Lander ueo Lewis tlJ
Leek row MrsJaneLindomaa xrr J Lan
arze Miss Marr
Lewi reter Lawrence a a
Lec krone ffaW
MallaoArllTtAanMaguira Bridget MarrioU B H 1
MarsnaU Edward Mitchell 9 . Murray Field's
Morrison Miss FM Moore F W Moulton H S .;
Mo-watt Mrs Hart Marvin John ; Murphy John .
Moor John B -Mottire-'o Moore Miss ME
Monroe Mr Mary Martin Mary - Mattox Mr P 8
Martin R A -i ...Mnrrav Silaa ' MiatooWC
Morgan Wm' Mark Watbing'nMcGill Mrs A -MeCan
Douglas McClelland Ella MeClaln Mitt f
MoCum Mrs Hatti MeElroy MissLSMiUer Mitt M L
Miller Thomas , , MiUer PhU CO i -
.Cii 15 :i -i,: -':'" - ' ' ' ''
NeweTl BattT i i Koye Jas O Feiderne Jaoob
Niga Jooa W . i Maweomb Poll Nichols Tho L
J i "" '-.--' '
OatcaJt Miss BW Ogier W R ' OldaMnW '
P
ParVet BtH Prime B ' Peter Hattie D
Parker John F Powell L M Parsons Mary -ffifSn
Powell Mar, . .. Park KH i
Panoni Stmnel Parry U J
Beed Major Bice Mr Barfi. Bead Mr E W
Koekafield S BittenhouseJ W Reed JohnH -
Byaa Matthew - Raeaell MiosM L Kossell Miss H
RourkMaryO Bees Peter KiohardsonSA
Reel Wm . r. , Beid Wm P , r
, s
Kaile A Stewart Miss C Shields Daniel '
Shoemaker Ed Stratton GeoW Swan Jas t.:i
Koenoer Irvine Spencer Miss J SpioerJnoE
Stimmell Jno W Sobrin Miss J Suerman L W
Htephens Mike Swan Miss M L Speneer Mr H J
-StevensMrsMaryShookly Mr UPSwaneyN E
Htaey M'tt N Shoptan T Stephens T L
SbaumMiss VFESloam Wm H Smith Mist C
Smith Mr W M Smith Isabell -.
I . - : X , -
Taylor Mis A P Taken D F
Torrp H '-To; B ':
Torry Jos Tillman L
Truman M - Thomas Nsth
Tuller 8 B ..
; r
Tal'entine M f Vstio Wm '
ThornburnMrs E
Thompson JO
Terney Mary E
Taylor P
TinnedtaWm
Wvraan Prof Worley Mr A H Warnvr Miss C
Ward Mi" Cal WingetEd WeinayHJ
Wriabt J P Watson J O Wood James
Waster John h Wilkint J T Walton Miss L H
ValterL Weaver Mary A West Miss R
Washington T J Williams WmBA William Robt B
- T W .White Wm U
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MISCELLANEOUS.
To any Manufacturer of Baker Weatherby
Iron Bridgee-. , r Barrett Hauler-i
Fri"a Y&tl. GUbert 4 Co .?
Harrison A Wilton
Hogan A Van Stroke
tinms
NofggerABallpy
Rains A Mchinney
UrrACo
Pease Matthew 1 V.
Weod AMcUmbexS ..
J. WOOD, P. M.
J. WOOD, P. M. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
f r
arfY WbMRK'S OFFIOBr '
Notice tt hereby i va that arredine aav been
instituted in the City Couneil of 41lu!bns. fog
unium sue louowing imarevemeriu,, 10 wit:-. r
For Urine m doable row Sag stone crossing across
venter alley on the north side of Long street. ,
Also, fur building a, doable row flag-erotsinf
eroas South Public lam at the west tide of High
Also)f. btffldrhg a"; doable row flia) orosing
aero Sou street at the west side of High street.
The 8ami to H Ann. im ImninM wit h nl mnii
I estimates to be prepare bvthe CitCivilEnzinw
eUimi in the office of the Clerk, ia writing, on or
"im iihoii aayoi ueoemoer. a. j
L. E. WILSON.
noyl3-dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
Tallvhoff it naycortcern : - T
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
Notice it hereby given, that proceedings fiave been
nuaiatuted'4n the City Council of Columbus, -foi
I. For grading and paving the u paved sidewalks;
-a avenue from the north (id of Hattea Place to
I be sonth side of Gay street.
"Alto, forrepaving High street ttora"Pewy: street
s i ne corporation line.
U Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
ao way of rublio alley from t ltth ttrcet to Sixth
t-reet. " " . ,.! i
The sameto he done in accordance with the plats
Mia-estimaies to do prepared oy toe uivu Jn
ineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons daimins damazes oa amount of said
roposed improvement, are required to file their
aims in cn omoe ot tne uera.in writing, oa or
; eiore tue first aay oi annaiy. a. i-. iou.
.:.n.- -i I - A . -. L. E. WILSON,'
novl dltaw4w - -, City Clerk
Paving Notice.
vtt zcvm h may L&ncern . - - - -
T" CITY CLKKK-'S OFFICE. I.
Columbus, O., Nov. 33,
..Notice Is hereby given that proceedings have been
istituted in the. City Council of Columbus, for
maiu .11 o luimniiiK iiuyiwHuwiiai ur-wia
For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks.
I utters and crosnings on the west side of the va
itnt ground west of the market bouse, and for pa-
i...li. V..!.n C m-ZA . l : M : 1
. n pavement from Town street to Rich street.
Also, tor laying a double row of flag crossing
' rest. : i - - ;. - i
Also, for laying a double row flag-crossing aorosi
- enur aiiey attnesoutn siaeot AiOng street. -t
The same to be done ia accordance with nlafca unit
timates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi-
ieer. auu mea in tne omce oi tne jity ijierK.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
oposea improvements, are required to nie than
aims in tne omce oi tne "Jlera, in writins;, on or
.eiore tne Aigntn aay ot Jannarr. a. If. iws.
- L. E. WILSON
nov8S-dltaww City Clerk-
An Ordinance.
Hking appropriations for purposes therein name'-.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
the- oity of- Columbus. That there be 'and 4s
j-H-oby appropriated out of any money in thol'reat-
; y not uereioiore appropriated, the following tarn
, money, to-wit:
For the payment of expense ot Street Commis-
,oner ana unain uang, ai.oou.
For the payment of employes of the Fire J)e-
ttnent.lJ200. . s .. - i -. -
For the payment of expenses of City Polioe. $1 .-
u.
For th payment of salaries of City O eera,
100. . - -
For expenses of Citv Park. 11.800.
For the payment of eleaning and repairing street
i npa, eivu.
For Gas and Gas Lithta. 8100.
For payment cf Jiioelson savement in rront of
it ntn engine tiouse. awiu. i-j
r or Sewers and Drainage, V 300.
For payment of Temporary Loan, $15,000.
Sko. 3. The Several mmi of rannev annrnnri.tA
' the foregoing section shall be expended in the
anner prescribed dj the htta section ot the ordi
.needefininK the duties el the City Clerk, passed
- - -
WM.
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
An Ordinance.
' J asacs itpecial tax ui9n th ral state bound
ing tb west side of High' street- from Noble
street to Strawberry alley,
y.
ed by the City Council
bat the snoi of Fourteen
Sx-CTION 1. Be it ordained b
' the citv of Columbnt. That t
nts. Five mills, be and tbe same ia herebv levied
id assessed upon eaoh foot front 'of tbe several
ts of land bounding or abutting upon the west side
High street from Noble street to Strawberry al
y. a-i the tame are designated upon tbe plat of the
ivil Engineer, on file in the offioe of the City Clerk,
r tbe oost ana expente-etVbailding a. double- row
fgcroraing aoross Mound atreet at the west side of
Tgh street, acoordicg to the estimate of the City
vil Engineer.
Sec. S. Tiat the owners of the several lot of
n i upon which the foregoiog assessment is made
-all pay the amounts of money by them severally
ia in that' behalf to John Murphy, within
venty days Irom the date of this ordinance, or be
ibject to tbe interest and penalty allowed upon
WM. NAGHTEN,
President of the City Council.
Passed Nov. 23, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
SetoUud, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
e is hereby authorised and directed to eon tract in
le name of tbe city of Columbus, with Frederick
rfurt, for building' a double row flag crossing
iross South Publie lane at tbe west side ot High
root, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per cabio
ird.
For boulder paving. Forty-five cent per square
ard. - . f ..,-:. i t r
For flagging, 1 inches wido, Sixty oente per lin-
l&Uta&Wiu h:n mt.
Attest: L. E. WILSON,
nov36-dlt City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
fietoicad. That the City Civil" Engineer be.' and
e is hereby authorised and directed to eon tract ia
ic name- of the city of Columbus, with Matthias
eng. for building a double row flag crossing
-tots South street at the west side of High street
pon tbe following terms, to wit: -'
For excavating or grading. Forty cents per cubie
rd. .
For boulder paving. Forty-five cents per square
jrd-
ira-
For graveling, aidewalk. Fifty enl
irdi i ' t ie - i I i .-
Adopid Nov. 83, .' 5 t -
fonts per cubic
a fit
' J HHemi: AM Am Yl 1U3UK, -
nov36-dit City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
Reiolved, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
it hereby authorised and directed to contract in
ie name of tbe city of Columbus, with -Peter
agan, for building a double row flag crossing
tross Center alley on tbe north side of Long
reet, upon tbe following terms,- to-wit:
For excavating or grading, Furty cent per cubic
trd.
For boulder paving,,. Forty-aent per reuare
ard. . w . i - - - -
For nagging, li inches wide, 50 cents per lineal
"Adopted Not. 83. 18D8. . " " ' 'J 2 " ! v
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
Resolutipa ia Contract-'
jtMoma. mat me jity uivu engineer ne ana
he is herehy asrraorixed and directed to oontrget ia
the name of. the city f Coumbu. -with- -John
waias on tne west siae ot Bixtn street irom Town
street to Rioh street, upon the following terms, to
For excaxating, or grading. Forty cents perem-
fat iriek4M. M S per thousand.
Adopted Aov. 83. 1888.
Attest: L E. WILSON.
novSS-dlt Citr Clerk.
Resolution to Contract? '
Setolved. That tho-
Citr Civil rEngloeer-be
mod and directed to enn-
and he is hereby authbntei
tract in the name of the city of Columbus, with
Joseph Hartman for lowering the crossing across
Mound street at the east side of High street to cor
respond with the Nioolson pavement, upon the foi
lowing truy to-wit- s. 2, X' i-.iiX-J
Thirty-flvr dollars, complete.
AdoDtad Nov. 33. 1868.
Attest: L. E.
WILSON. City Clerk.
FURNITURE.
MIOHAITi TT1J.K. -r r f -HA3tLSa O. laLIiaWI.
niLTL TIKLLOiv'S Sc BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
MB. 816 tt 818 SOUIU Hlirll St.,
COLVAjBUS, OBIO.
(7Aeir atene Vanuactory U at t!u Toot of
South ttrtft, on tas Canali
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manufacture
PARLOR. BEDROOM, DININGROOM. HALL, AND
, KITCHEN FURNITURE t r ... .
in all elate and every design .ef superior work
a anthip and finish. Alto, Cane-Seat Chairs of
very description. Wholesale and Retail.-. O - -'
, feb8-deodlv - ..-v- : si
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY, :
Forwarding and ComriiisfeioB
MERCHANT,
DEALER IX
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OCB, WHISKVT, Ace.
W T ' T S rt Prices Paid at all time for
Com. W v.-Bariey,e e.,eto.
i F F"T C E t
Near Weil End of Nctt'l R ad. Brlda;e3
COLUMBUS, cam. : .
febU-deodly
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
! Fourth Street near Main,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
.HHMY P. ELIAS, - - .-Proprietor
T' HIS P0FTJ1.AB HOOSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most- deeiriable stopping
place tor persons visiting th oity. No pains will
a. snared t.. make the ttay ot guest pleasant in
verj partioul myl3-d6nt
t
PRINTINQ.
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BOOK & JOB TROT
' ESTABlmvIENT
iNMcML:omq.
PROPRIETOnS.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40;North High St,
COLUMBUS,
OHIO
Tne attention the Business Public called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment,
We have in constant use
I s"
Eleven Steam
Power Presses
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BEST.-, km LATEST KINDS
And our ability.'to get ont work promptly i
r surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to our already
sLAKCifi TARIE1 0
P BIN TING -TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
at a call. Our large fonts of type enable a
to do all kinds of
IZOfJLS Oils
PRINTING!
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BOOK
n the atoat prompt and excellent manner, and ws
call th attention of those wanting anything
in this inetothe
ElLEGrAIST SPECIMENS
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB PEINTINa!
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
ia well known to the business community. ..
. Employing, w do, none but th
Best of
Workmen.
in
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r t InJ t atrtn. . fnll .iifti.it rt tha
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LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF -TYPE,
W will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
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ALL JUHDS OF:
Mercantile.' ; i
t
Railroad
Bank and
Commercial
Printing,
gTJCH Ag
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Cards, Id? r.a ?
Letter' Heads,-.
Blanks of u kin
Checks, :
Drafts, .H--.-.i&c., &c - - ;
f C if ei -i . . . '-
IN FACT. .
EVERY KISD OF JOB PRINTING
i a if o - r; ?as.j
Needed by the business public
W also keep on bands larger itock of
.J A Urn i' J' t . VJ
PAPERS OF UL KINDS
Thai aary ether Printing House In the city each a
Saner Royal Mediant,
tbenty, Crown Cap,
Cap, letter and
NoUo Xastx3or
Of th beet qualities, and, purchasing them a wt
, do, directly from the manufacturer, we are
n' K enabled to do bar work at correspond
ingly low rate. We ax Sol
Agent for th
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PL A.TNER te .jPOXEII
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly sail attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by ns. We are prepared to
fill all orders fox
Iiedgerai
J OtlXTl 0,1 ,
oolx. m
And all kinds of Blank Book now in use. These
ookt are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we eha.lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE CSI'.AIGAIiIi.
NEVINS & MYERS,
SO, S8 fe 40 IfortliTlIlKk Street,
C0UJMBU8A
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PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attentioa of the Trade Is called toln tnperi-
-. . . vrsoooaox , (
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PAPERS ; OF ILL RINDS.
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Our stock oomprises a full lln of
Book,
,i.
BWrltlng
. Colored and
1 ID.IbS S3
W have a full stock of
A, '
ENVELOPES,
;.' ' -"' ''V -. ' ' ..'''Jl v'i
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be told at th
- ( . lowest market rate. .
ous stocjt or '
.- . .. , i ..
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BRISTOL BOARD'
jjjR.R. check,
COLORED of ail kinds
...'And BLANK. .
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COLUMBUS, OHIO. "
feb-dly .". ''-...'..'. ..
r.HATOH. JOB. HUTOHXSOH. - W.B.SIATD
' HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
ZVOI3 8. HIGn STREET,
lanJO-dly-r Columbus, O.
sNEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
.v.:,- 1;,: - '
jFJOX THE HAIR
,if. " ; Improved I - . .
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It eauees the Hair to Carl beautifully.
It keepa the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorate th Boot of the Hair. -"" r
It force the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It Immediately step Bair Falling Out. ' - ' '
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to itu Original Color. t -
It bring eat Hair oa head that have been bald for
i .. years. ;'.
; t It composed entirely of simple and purely veget
' . bit isubttanees.
it hat received over six thousand voluntary testi
monial of it excellence, many which are from
f physioiant in high standing.
I It it told in half-pound bottle (the name blown
in the- glut), by Druggists and Dealers in Fanoy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole-
tale by D etnas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Well A Co.;
Schieffelin A Co., New York. l8CHNT-mchT7-dly
; J. VIENNOT & CO,,
; GENEBAL NEWSPAPEB
Advertising Agents,
133 N asaan Street, New i:erlt
' (.EttdblUked in 1863.) '
We beg to call tbe attention of advertisers to
.our agency. Our facilities with all tbe first elass
daily paper in the .country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions w men cannot tail to give tupenor induce
ments. We also tend advertisements to all Cuban
ard South American papers, with whom we have
exclusive contracts Wearetheonlv house doinc
a Ll O 1 T 1 1 TH-I.-T1T I.- I ,'' I1T-.
1-1 HI- 11311 ALT T LA L lull. W OUClflliCa.
Mr. H. T. Hilmbold, Druggist, 6M Broadway.
new mis.
Messrs. 8. R. V AUBrjiKB A Co.. 198 Greenwich
street. New York.
Messrs. Hall A BtrcxiL, 318 Greenwich street.
New York.
Messrs. G. Bbucb'b Som A Co., Type Founders, 13
Messrs. Phalon A Son, New York.
Messrs. Phslon A CoLLKNDtR. New York.
Messrs. Tami ANT A Co.. New York. -Messrs.
Chiokking A Son, New York. '
Messrs. Badw ay A Co., fie w York. - .
. eet30-eod3m
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX
. IMPORTERS AND DEAUEK8 VX
WAT CHE S
JEWELRY,
! CIXH3KS,
SIL.TER aad .
' PLATED WARE,
CANES, SPECTACsLES,
CUTLERY, '
GOLD PES,
POCKET-ROOKS aad
, OPERA GLASSES
IS ENDLESS YABIETY.
. Keep constantly on band a large assortment of
Beta Tktmts' and Wax terbur j Clocks
For the Jobbing and Betoil Trad. Alto, Agent
for the .
r ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. .
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (French and Geneva) in fall supply at
low rates.
" Mr All orderf promptly filled and satisfaction
guaranteed. LE.0'TEREDX,
feblt-eodly No. 71 South 111 .a U Columbus.
v. 10! DRY-GOODS. :t
b::r..'ti'." '; f-
DRy GOODS.
- :.. .f,: ir ;
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v :t-r
V r--.-j-T.f- ; . ! -,. Vv.i1.:'I C?. V
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A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
1 r-lli- - ..f i ' -
- 5 Ac-
' A .i:.
: .ir .'.T-
250 AND 252 1
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
to . -. ,
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
ANDJ
FANCY DRY GOODS !
i :
DRY GOODS.
feM-Wly
- - j
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk. TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO
ac
. fcia;--tf-Tw-ri
RAILROAD.
- I 1
- ;1opt) ,al,r" (SandUtya axoartad..
. i . . i I
i . ' i xf' - uriiim. tb-v-a-BT-yod ' ii
a. i' i vi ii i n i ii r. n. . itmTlDI li
Zanesville at rl3 A. M.; Bellair. at- le-M A. M .
Baltimore at aS A, M Washington Vitj mt 8:10
A. M.- -- ..-i-
i5 -,-:!. f.. ..-, -;i .i-.!i-v- -n! ir- T;rfi-..ti-,
.. I ItlO A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS- Vriving
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. II : Bellaire at 6:10 P. M ;
' 'Vmore at 11:10 A M.; Washington City at 13 Ji
P. M. . . , .
-! .:! P. V.EXPRES3 MAIL, arriving at Zane
'''L -i:H,p- Jl-; Bellaire at 9:16 P. M-r Haltunoie
- at 4-46 P. M-; Washington City at 630 P. M. (
-'.; -lll-'.'H .r. ..i.Utf.J .-liii .'r-1 :
, ., Close eonneotien spade at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger, holding through tickets to Eastern
- eitie hare the privilege of - . ' I
! Y'siling: Wa&Iitaoii n City. Free.
ii-: r :'i c-T c. :" ' iu-'J -. fl'ii -Jtl--. j
T .::i -.--; ..:.' -.! ..! 3-" " :! - ' '
No Change of Cars at Ohip River
SLEEPING CARS ON" ALL ' NTGHT
TRAINS.
.'.:;.-, t '; J- . '-miU. t J !
Ask for TICKETS Tia BELLAIRE
v 1 JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportatita
i-, ; -' L. H. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JN O. W. BROW N. Gen'l Pawencer Agtl
ii Ill, .k'i T .-i.?q:tl bAOi;
In I
t
MEDICAL ,
JsjSjajdil
a n wrtai neeiciae mr I lie sain, cans
OTitbotU flail, every kind or an- ' '
slahUy eraptinal r the- fttee. ' '
V 1 er ftehlna;. Irrltmlln;. or ; -1 '-'
ellatresaiwa; nlaaeMi '"') (
i. . ..-.). : eMsetue oai smy part : - ')'"'
. r the personu - r-
-;;" B ht Mrl, nltml m or ae mortirylno rmjy
- J1.?1--? ?.m, lite a .write.
, l naneM B. nobl.. rltineral Agent of ALiuh. Central ,
i - R. it., IZJ.BrMdway. K. Y.
- "VTr fmi O an tmfoM nrnttiv for TVffsr.' eilWJ "
write Iligley Bro... DrugglnU, Fairfield, IowaTT li'-i;
. "f W vow raliwW. rrmetf for Borbtr"! V.
- tea- vi jrenf tHeceM,' writes C. W. liumont. of
Leominster, Ataes.
' Send for circular. Price, T5 cts. and 31. OX ' ' '
Prepared only by , SOLON PALMER, ' '.' ;r
' ' 35 West Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, 0. '
Tor sale by Druggists generally, j . ' ' :.
sepWl-deodiwly
- PHlLOSOHni K MARRIAGE.-" A Nrw
Cot Bsa of LccTDtia. as delivered at tb New
York Museum cf Anatomy, eubraciDg the: sab.
jeots: How to live end whst to live for: Youth,
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed: Theoause of indigestion, natulenee and Ner
vous diseases accounted for ; Marriage pbUotowM
ically considered, Ac.
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
four stamps, by addressing SKCRETARYj Haw
Yoaa VrfBKFH op Anatomt ad SoiiNoa. 18
BaoAnwaT Nrw York. vNT-feb28-dly .
BOOK BINDERIES. - -
A,,: , 000,000 : ;
BOOKS ' WASTED FOR - BINDING.
HAVE YOU
ANY ROOKS. niGZI3E8. SHEET
MDSIC. Ao Ao, that yoa wish to have
bound in a nice firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to any part of
the city by giving notice through potteffice, or at
the - . .
Franklin Steam Book, Binder j
"' ' . ' AND :.-
BLANK BOOK MrVNlT FACTORY
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State. . ir
Keeia 34.-S6. 38 Hartb Blch Street.
(Over Messrs. Kevins A Myers', and Statesman
. ' , Steam Printing Offices.)
BLANK BOOKS I .
.1. BLANK ROOKS!! -
BLANK BOOKS! !
Of every description and quality, from the highest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest nricea. -
Orders from C unty Officers, Bank, Merchants,
and all Officers requiring tiUfEMOR BLANK
miuno. win oeexecutea promptly, with our per
our patronage respectfully solicited.
W. LEE A TOR,
oc3-deodem Proprietor.
SIE BERT & LILLET,
Blank Book MaDnfacturers
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS,
... . . ' - -. - -
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
15 LA. IS li. IJOOKS
o every description, with or without printed Head
ings, iot
COCNTT OFFICERS, HERCHANTS, M ANFr ACTUKEBt'
- 0 AHJLJSKB, SAlLftdAD COSrAHlSS, AO.
Full sets of Books msde on short notice,
warr.uwa to give peneet satisiacuon
OPERA
aprll eouly
HOUSE BUILDING,
COLUMBUS. OHIO.
CLOTHING. : :i
CLOTHING,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE !
THE OHIO
Merchant Tailoring & Clothing Co.
' - JTO.' 18S OPERA IlOtSE BLOCK,'
' -- Columbai. Ohio.
ASrPKRBNEW STOCK f CLOTHS.
Casrimeres, Overcoating and Vestinas. both
f J I t t7. It 1 TIT ' . i.
I jtwiciu tauiA jLTuiuvauo, iur xoijt Kfld vt u&z wear,
: GEUTLEMEIT OF FASHIOU
Will always find both oar materials and our work
to be in the height of tbe mod. We s ,all spare
- no pains in proaucing tne most elegant and lash
I ionable garments to be found eaywhei. -
! JSEAbY-MADE-CLOTHDTIJ, '
' Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
! ways be found en oar shelves, in all the varieties
or tne season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FTJENISHDTG GOODS '
1 In fall lines, always kept on hand.
i i UENKY MF.ISh,, Superintendent.
. - JOHN RICH Treasurer. -
W. O. PtiRKS, Foreman.
! oot33-deod3m "'
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
9 ' HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium,
No. 220 South High St., -
COLUlTIRKJg, OUIO.
I HAVE JTI78T RECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
French,
XUiiirllssli. and
I JUosnestio Cloths,
. . Catsimerea, &o.,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will se!4 at th low
est Cash prices. .
Also keep constantly oa hand a well selected
stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
j JOHN HUNTER,
I ju93-dly ' g!0 South Hiah street.
GROCERS.
H'GOLM, MILES & M'DOSALDS,
NO. I & i SOUTH HIGH STREET
GROCERS,.
PROPRIETORS COL.rin.BTJS POW?
I R MAG A ZIN E, and agents for the sale of
Baxard Powder Company' Powder. Agent for
he sale of 1
I GARDNER, PH1PPS' A CO.'S
Olebratcd Sugar Cared Hams,
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
.'-." GROCERIES
in all their varieti. Imported Wines.- Braadie
Cigars, etc. iull-eodlj
:
.
.
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
ft .!!
Th Shortest BouAWt-So Chaiige'of' Cars to
.1 1. Chisago, Eoik an! Jnritaaappli. i
1 .Ul! ''iiitn'.ai nMj . !
ODB TRAI9S DATEY leave Union Depot. Co
'lutnbat.'ontnd After Nov. 23, 1968.
'"Jit u a 7Ju follow4 I'-l.-u,. k! !.
8:00 P-WM4JT0J'KD0 AND DETROIT EX
.i Jiifrf.-.f 88iSSPdavs excepted) Arrive
MS m VVblW0 a m. BellefonUine
li?B5innal0k3,!M', " Fiquel lktt aja. To
ea??;0o,?.,-l-)troit lQ-40 am. - , .
1Ji?K.,.ri,JnJ?.ra??!tprs'y tr Totedo and' b
Iei.d"o7y oTherlek p1 3
'115 S?n'.Hl.NJ? fEORIA ETPRESS
XLU (-fnndaji excepted), irrin, a nA,n
.MHnm W 1 . ... " "
Louisville 3J0 a m. Terre Haute 11:67 p m, Mattooa"
3 .-5 3 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 4.-OT a , Alton 8-00 a
m, St LouU :16 am, Lafayette OSrtO mid. Sprinc
field, Ills .7; iO am. .
Passengers b this train reach St.' Louis the next
morning X boon aheaa and for point west
of St. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of
all other route.. ,'.k .... -.ij.ij .-li.i.- i
C.KA P. M. CHIO A43G AND ST. LOUIS EX
0)J "PRESS (Sunday excepted). - lArrivea at
Piqua 9416 p m. Toledo BOO a m. Detroit 8:10 a m,
Bradford Junotion 8J0 p m, Losanaport 30 a m,
Chicago 8.-C0 a m, Indianapolis 2i)6a m, Terre Bauta
6:30 a m. slattoon 3:16a m. Pana 11D0 a m. Alton
3-1)0 p m. St. Louis 4; 00 p ro. Lafayette 75 a m,
Sprinefield. Ills., 4:25 p m. Quinoy llKM)p m. Keo
kuk 1K a mi Louisville 8jQu a m. Nashville 3M p
m, Memphis 100 a m. ..
Sleepingcars run in this train' from Colum
bus to Chicago and St; Louis without change, -Thi
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago. St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
hours sttteaid and makes direct connections for
all points West and Sonth on train ia. advance of
any other route.
19 l( A. M.-SIGHT EXPBESS. Daily via
AA.tV Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Logansport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4it a
m. Logansport SHO a m. Chicago 3S6 p m. Peoria
535 pm, Keokuk 10:45 p m, Indianapolis 858 am.
Terre Haute 12:15 p m.Eyansville 730 pm. taattoon!
3-J6 p m; Cairo4:15 a m, Paaa 5:00 p m. Alton 9 HO o
"kVi"1'1!;16 P m- Jfayete 3:10 p m. Louis
n le 50 p m, Nashville 50a m. Memphis 4:15pm.
- Passenger by tt.is train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3)4 hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route. . . .-.o., ...
STATE BOOH SLEEPING CARS
R"Ulintn,if from tnttsburgh to ndSaa'apon.
Call foe Tickets via Lcgantport or Jadiaa
apoht. W Tickets for tale at Union and Piqu Depots.
Uolombu. aad at, all principal Railroad Tioket
Offioes.,
f . CHANDLER. Gent Ticket Agent
. , : : J. M. LU NT. General 8operiatondent.i
ltMtrv
z.r r 7'";'. r,. adianpo-
'a"mbu-r. W bM
low. H1O6 a m-Kaoknk.13-30 n. o!.. y..VVun'
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
Five TTraixia 3D.lly, '
": " " ' ' - EXCEPT SUNDAY'. " ' '- ' ,T
From Columbus, in connection with Train en tbe
Little Miami Sc Celambu A Xeatte
.-' ; RaUIrMada. .-.
NIGHT, EXPRESS Leaves Columbnt' at i:T9
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardimrten, .tiileajl,
Gabon, Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. New London.
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land ai65 A. M., New-Verk 7.-00 A. M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday, t
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Columtin
at 50 A. M. Will stop at all way .stations. Thi
train start from the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves' Columbns at
lldO A. M. . tt ill stop at DeIware.Ashley,Carding
ton. Gallon, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea.- Arrives at Cleveland
KltP:uJiBW yrk day at 3:3 P. M. - .
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbnt at 36
P. M. WU1 atop at Worthit.gton, Lewis Centerv
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh.
New London, WelHmrton, Orafton and Berea. Ar
riv.at Cleveland at 8:60 P. M.. New York 7:i5 P.M.
Passenxers for Fort Wayne aiAl Chicago, by tak
ina this train, will get sleeping car at Crestline at
6:00 P. M arrive in i"ort Wayne at 110 P. M
Ch cago at 6H0 A. M.. being in advance of all oth
er rout-t, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaver Columbus at 3:30 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivinr at Delaware at 3:35 P. M., Sprintfiefd
MOP.M. This train leaves Springfield at 7:00 A.
arrives at Delaware at 3:35 A. M..; Columbnt
W.-40 A. M.
Paten t Sleeping Can are run on al t
Night Traitaa Chicago,
Hew lark aad ' - -:..'''
Boston. :
W Baggage checked through to New Tork and!
Boston, via Cleveland t also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline. , ....
. ' RETURNING: 1 ' r '
Nht Express arrives at Columbnt at 1:46 A. M. j
Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus all;
P. M. . - ,i . i .
Mail Train arrive at Columbnt at S:'S P.M. - n
Springfield Aocommodation arrive at Columbnt
at 10:40 A.M. . ;
Fare aa A.w (La bFaar Other Rente
Ask for Tickett via Crestline or. Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.'-'
- , ,.- . JAMES PATTERSON, - -.-
r. , v J". Agent, Columb. Ohio.
Columbai. Nov. 33. 1888. . . . . j. u ,;...,,i . ;'
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
i-.l. --'
Oa ian '-after HDNDAYi Nov, -33d, IMS, FOUB'
; T&AIN3 DAILY wiU leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIEO, 8T
LOUIS, DAYTON, 'BICHMOND, 15
- : - SIAHAPOUS ft CHICAGO.
Withou lehenge of ears to DAYTON and RICH ' '
. ..MOND, and only one ohane of oars toLN -
. DIANAl'OLJS and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable a .follow
:--:. aTIBST TRAIN (Dairy). ' ' - ' i
Leave at 8 A.M. for Cincinnati. Circleville'
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Loa
j don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a '
! .Cincinnati at 7 fit a- m. . i,j i- : . . !
:'-- ' ; f SECOND TBAIN. ' 1
..:. si; (Baity except Sundays' 'i'"''"
Leaves at oq A. M, for Cincinnati,. Day ton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Cbicairn. andstops atf
: West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma.
- CedarviUe-Xenia, Spring Valley. Oorwin. MorrawV
I South Lebanon. Fosters. Lovelan i. Milford ar-,.
riyik,ktvi)'-,i0ijIln,,ti 10JS Mi oonneetisr
' , ' " , THIRD TBAIN.
. (Daily except SundayO
Leaves at 1U5 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
f Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
030 X jtta - - -- ii ' -
- ir .... EOUBTH, TBAIN. ,
i;, (Daily exoept Sundays.) '.
leaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Davtoa and
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
' Jefferson. London, Sonth -Charleston.. -Selma, '
! Ce-tarville. Xenia. Morrow aad Lovelana. and ar.
; riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M,
'.- IP ll- -.(:',. .-..i-i..- -1
--.,:.-.,; j.jtO-r i.-. I t ' :'
Sl.eeplntr Car ea -all Nia;ht Traiaa, :
i ' 1 1 - HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent,
- , W.H. H.SH1NN, Agent,
i JOHNDUBAND, .1 , . n . . ..
' Genl Superintendent,! p.- .
W. L. O'BRIEN, . ."Cincinnati. :
GenlTickctAg'tJ , .....
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PANHAIIDLEBOllTE.I
m and alter June 39tb iPa. :i L'-'l'
- , , w . . T, .1. . UU .
follows: .
Leave. N. Y. Express.
Columbnt 3:08 A. M.
Newark. ....... 8:26 A.M.
Steuben ville- .3:00 A. M.
. Mail
3:15 P. M.
8S P. M.n
3.-40P.M.
12:00 M.
1340 P. M.
0P.M.
Fast Line,
11S0A.M.
M5 P. M,
5:15 P.M.
7K P. M.
6 A.M.
3:25 A. Mi
11:60 A. M.
1S)P."M.
4:56 P. M. ,
120 P. M.
Pittsburah r..H10 A. M.
HarrisbTirg.... P.M.
runaoeipnia.. irua.ti.
New York...; 5; A. M.
Baltimore 6:45 A. M.,
Washington... 8:40 A.M.
HM.M. . ..Ml D I,
M P. M.
. 6S0 P. M-.
80 P. M.
tV i -.. ... iinu r, a,
ft .n J'e'e room sleeping ears oa all nirbt trains,
- - - ".u- .... va.cur.iea Oliver raiaotr
?Lfn,d ,n"ht ears are ran tfarouh from Columbnt
Philadelphia and New York without ofaange.
4
f "?J rJ funuaytraia
arrive in New York at o'elock Monday tnornina
an advantage never before ofiered .
W W CART? V5ck-',A' SteubenVillfe.
W. W. CARD, SnpenntendePt, Steubenville O.
i -i-J fc , H.B. BROOKS,
COAL.
Z-a5
- !
T.ALLEN. Avant
W' HE5s2l?,,B TMB COAL Btj'
NE Sat his present stand, ,
; Wo. 135 north II Isrh
H.Vn0IdieJth CAMBRIDGE
tbe loit.;Cr. ""Prepared toe,
e.U ;
Bpecialattention paid to Shipping.

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