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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
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, aacwwtnaafrtval and denes lava c tj.1... kt rtd-
mba, hip. On and after Monday. Jioi ai
ao trains will ran as follows 1 . . I
uiewwtaaaw colaakai Cla'tl KJR.
l'-l! atrainii.-w ji. ,1. IBAVB. xahirva
2 YV;?to, Express.. 1:10 A.M. 3 1SIA.M
U -l "'('"wa.- 1111U A. M. lSOr1. M.
. Bill. . ......
.el Bartngtele Aeeom.via
....... 8:40 P. M, MS P, M.
WO A. HV t.45?. a.
f..w ao. I AocentmodaUan
..:i-it.' , . , PATTKKSOa ii,Jfr
i;- - , , " apni.
, UM Miami CanaltXeIaiJa.H.
.!. . i . .,,,.- .. ltBT1
UilTt...;..Ur..'... i0A. if. tOO A. MS
Otaeinnati Aeoumntodatloa. A. M. t:35 P. M.
it:Bwas.(i.w.i.,j..htt F.MJ 11:00 l.M,
" .Express..,..........-, a .-00 P. M. 1M p. Ml
... . : i -. .. ' i WPB. H. Sbihn, Agent.
I , Baitlaaare) Okla Ratltrema. Central
ej,J"'l,j ::i U, lMTi, .RRrvB.
-..1M ImnM......A.: ' St A. M. K-1A A. Ml
.i Lightning Kisreaa.. 11:10 A. M. 6:1S P. H.
f':i".' ; - ' ' . .A. D. Smith, Agent.
11 taaaaei Chicago) auaol laeUaaa 'Cam.
.. . : tralBallwart i-i i -
nicni AxprMtfl a
H- 410 A. M.
Toledo ISiXpres.......
8M A. M. , 1S Yi M.
n cetera tucpress.
.... SM P. M. i8 P. M.
Cay xareaa.
...... Ida P. M- 11. -eo A, M.
A. Hux, Aarent. .
Par ExBreat r. B-UA.H, A. M.
- rreight .aad AcoemBodaUoa 7S A. at. 1M P, M.
auui ana s.xpreaa ...
...lSaSP.il. 80 P.M.
fUtatBura;l& Claslaaatl l. Xeala
Few Tork Expfecs;lU i:ts A. M.
imm.
T2M Mid't
fj, jiisnwuii iipiwa...aiiav A' a,- oo r-. inH .
B(BUIg.i
. . mau ana txprees iu
,U and avxpresa
H6P. M.
1 hui n i men iMAmmiri.KML &WlO 1 U 1 U
eilJ New York Exirws ran daily. . All other trains
j i Uily,exeep Sunday . ' 1 -
Denaiaoai Aeoommodatioa itaxta from ' freight
, .yard,, f.-p t ,. . w. " - : . - i
4:.U;.'.:v fijV; JoHif B. Pens Agent -
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
r ASJUTBS. '
,A. M.
ab o .via 8eabeaviU and ' . . T
i . Pittsberh. ...... ....... IS JO 19 KM 1 TJO f
A. SUB. M,
f astern Way AUila, C. . sl .
a v. i. .............. i i
IToHlMFest, via FJL W. A
v. i .... .... asw
' 700
v u. . v. a. n.
Chieawo. via O. P. i
.Ati.
tl Aff .... U K
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11 JO 7:30
Litti Hlaal R3 Thro J ,uf
- Little Miami K. B Wav ;
-K O. K. R.. Newark., !
Zanesville h Wbeeiinc.
- C. . RM Wy.i ....
C f. A 1 Through aad 'i.
US. 11:90'
12 JO . f
"Jljererille, ChHliootlie A
Portamoath........... .... r... 70
noaater. Ohio.-.... .... o !..; ao
wt v ay.nat.onei Head., vje- .. ls.-4S
LVernoa WayWesUr-v rj . ; i n,
villa. Aa ' Maa '
i 'Bona Ootamkiu and CIIb- '-
V' tooville......, 1030 lu.. -
washingtonU.nvi&iiar. 1; 5.. .t t
nsDarg. iusweesiy
arrvvee Mondays Wed-
T-,
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,i 7 JO
Beedayf, A f ndaTS, aad
i leaves Taeedays, Thuis-
days aad Saturdays.....)
Centre Tillage, (tri-week
ly Tuesdays, Thursdays!
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CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. Harvesting Fruit in Switzerland.
As moon a ,winter baa invadefl the
CpiikMot tha high Doantains in Switzer
laod.juid. his breath is beginning to ba
' felt on the lesser elevations, the inhabi
tants of th Alpine Talleys hasten to
hooM thei fruit much after the fashion of
the residents of a town menaced by hos.
tile sbldlerjrr The agricultorist casta an
anxious glance at the snow-capped peaks
-sajiichj rise" above bira on all srdeB, and
indulges in a Sigh Of relief as each basket
of apples added to .iUjrtoravi A '
hnsra re is brtilt ,in:. theJOVeO' and
it i 3 3 ri x. '
the apples are dned, after ..being
g., mr?; (t
3-,. j " :,r7.7 i -.T-i. i r' ' ,
trtllt, after it 4S enomitteu to this process,!
jisr palled, furnishes a pleasant relish for
-thxvMvmily ) during the' long ' winter;
months. JThe j5wiss there of iSike'Cop-
vthe abanndain annlaarul near 1mm.
lZ kZT" - . ' V r . i T.r
and appears like a huge orchard.' while
litr inhibitants'drive quite a 'fionriBhing
! business in elder and dried' fruit.,, The,
.orchards are usualljin -th "hnmediate!
vicinitvlof the houses of their owners, '
hot io Kssea where ihey are at a distance
firornany habitation, the harvesting re
advetflttelf lntoT airolic.1; i Neighbors
jvt pnyrtedj wagons-are filled with coin,
estibles; Snd young and old" make' the
time of harvesting the fruit, of 4a pleas
nre rather than a.jabor. and erjjpy their
IT fretco dinner with the relish and ap
petite Which only exercise And- exertion j
caS give and which few denizens of-
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Naval Titles.
TV' T. 1 . . 3 i 3 ..V.
ip-fuvtayuvuy ovinia i uiiuenunu toe
grades of tbe army and the titles ot tar
officers: but not so with resDect to the
"Tf i .concerning-which rthe' greatest j I
confusion seems to reign in the publisJil
fuiDO. ' r4 ne omcera or tne two prancne.8 :
Ot the public1." service rank ..together, as i
follows, ,tiw,;i''.;,.:2v,. -Vi '"flu c-rji i
jg Ensigns with second lieutenants. ' r
lllasUra witb first lieutenants. 1 j ;'ar
o.Liewtenan(s With captains., .'t 'i?'.s g !
T .i nn tori a n f onmrrj fl p rlara Jrith majors.
Qoronasders withJientenant-colonels.
iOapUina with eoloaelav e,' r.,, '
"Commodores with brigadier-generalsl'l
"'"Rear'admiral with maj jr-geceralst ,1 ;
TVicW sdfljjrAl with lienttmattt general; .
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!!aVdmiEal wilii general.-BoHdit ' Jdurj ,
mat o ua U, . I ! '-" " u
Aifeldetly friend of onrs, who is
ex-.
tretajely fond of children v having large
btmiy Tmselr,. meeting a nrnnberof lit-;
thtgarldea-haired; rosy-cheeked elves, in:
charge of tidy and good-looking uurse,"
stepped, and' having. admired aha ehiL."
dwa,'kissfld-i them roodrby. fie was
just , 'about r starting, when Hadge, her ;
cuuningiesF, xime snicn. ,oi , . groups
EiBtakish4i iurserThe1 qnestion
was so unexpected that ourjfriund de-'
clares he -f eUJtha, plpfi&i 6Kasjti to his
temples, while he stammeaiBdt"'Eot
with a puzzteo,. , expression, enquired i
frith the greatest naivette t! Aifc't yoni
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N. O. Picayune.
uAs ciSXKjiti eowspoadenttirig
fronj lhiladefela'rejas hal) Jiot.long '
siflce, a-bbngqgnDnnd ifbr ail-?'
road in a certain town in the southwest,""
a clergyman, on being, callppoji ko
open the proceedings with ; prayeri .took
front pocke a nanascript i sapplica
tion prepared for the occasion, which he'
roek A eolered ' brother' present, lean
ing upon his 8hQxeirAoapg ,tbe- nove
, ment, remarked jwith.r(at griiv -.Goll ft
dat't d fusti tima dis darkey ewr knew
de Lord written to on the subject of , '
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' A coNCBiTED;'coxcomB,' with a pat.
roniz'ing air, called out to an Irish labor.
er.n tc pnfi -oiV -'.t.'i .i -'"',
" Here, you bogtrotter, come and tell '
me the, greatest lie you can, and ' I'lt
treat you io a jug oijrhisky-punch."
"Be m wqrd,"tkl Pat, ah yer honr
or' a gentleman ! - J . ' r ' ' '
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Judge ,'when first admitted to'
the bar, was a very blundering speaker.
On one occaaiorW-when he was trying a
case of replevin,, involving" the right of
property itf a lot hi hogs; he said: '(yen-,
tlemen of the juryrlhere were just
twenty-four hogs in that drove r just 24,
gentlemen ; -txaetly twice at many at:
there are in thaijvry box." - :
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"My son," said the . elder Spriggles to
his ionior, thinking to enlighten the boyl
on the propagation of the hen species, "do I
yon know mat cnicKens come u ox
eggsf "Do they r said Spriggles, Jr;
as he licked his' piatsX. thought eggs
Mm. ant of chickens.? n: o'.'.Ot' ! WiizrO
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N. O. Picayune. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS
Paving Notice.
l- pewpiiselBimiBg damage in account of said
yrrpropoted improvements, are- required n. file their
'I claims iotbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
I before the Twenty-fifth day of December. A. D.
1 To o aoAos ( aaayeofuMns?
CITY CLERK'S OFFICII. I
Notice fa nmhtfimi thttnraMHHinnnKMhjyiti
krMftatadia'-the City jCoaoeil of Columbus, for
Imnkiai Ue followini
i For lavinaadodble row flu stone omtsiBs: across
Center alley on the north aide of Long street. .
Alao. for building a dooble row flag crossing
aeroaa South Pablio lane at the west aide of High
street.
Also, for bnilding a doable .row flag cowing
across nuuin aireet at toe west siae ox nigo street.
i ne same to oeaone in accordance with Plata an
estimates to ne prepared by toe City Civil Jingmeer
aou mea id me omoe ox tne city Clerg.
1868.
L. E.
wilsoit.
norls-dltawiw
City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
ToaBwAom it voy concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, I
ft, ?N Cn.STisx S; tl .! Not. ifii 1888. (
Foti&Ris hareDT eiven. tkiatDrocMdiEual tuwn hp
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, fo
making the following improTements, to wit:
For trading and parinc the nr, pared sidewalks,
gutters and erossings oa the west aide of Washing
ton avenue from the north aide of Hatten Place to
tne aoatn aiae oi uayatreet. .
Alao, for reravina; High atreet from Perry street
oi i ne corporation line.
Also, for grading and paring with bonlders the
read way of Pablio alley from filth street to Sixth
street. . - . . e . -
( The saBelo be doner fa aocoTdaaee'witB tbepl
ilatl
be Dreeared or the- Vitr UtTll :Kn-
aineer. and filed in the offioe of the CitT Clerk, l . .
All persons claiming damages on aooonnt of said
proposed improvement, are reanired to file their
claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
Deiore tne f irst day ot January, a. v. i6v.
L. E. WILSONj
norl dlUwiw City Clerk
Paving Notice.
U w AC1TX ULIK&W UfFIV-'E.'
COLCKBUS, O., Hoy. 13, 1868.
Notice is hereby gi ven that proceedings have been
makina the followina imDrovements. to-wit :
For grading and paving the anpaved sidewalks.
gaiters ana crossings on tne west siae ot tne va
cant ground west of tbe market bouse, and for Ha
ving the balance of said vacant ground with Niox l-
son pavement trom lown street to Kicn. street.
Also, for laying a double row of flag erofislng
aorofs uenier auey oa tne soutn aiae ox spring
Also, for laying a doable row flag grossing across
Center alley at the sooth side of Long street.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
emuaates to ne pteparea uityjui vu sngi
asarand filed in the office af the CitrOlark.
Alloersoas claiming daxaaaea DB aceoant of said
JTopaeed irajrovajMo,. are required to tile their
claims in tne omoe ox vie utera, in wntinc, oa or
before tbe iiihth day or January. A. 1). 1H68. .
L.E. WILSON '
nov5-dltaw4w Cit Clerk
An Ordinance 1
ISkctiow J5j it ordains
of the cita.of Colamaaai-
aed by,the City Council
iv-ha there be and is
hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treas
ury aot beretotore appropriated, the following cams
of money, to-wit: . i
For the payment of expenses ot Street Commis
sioner and Chain Hang, $1,000. ; '
For the payment of employes of tha Fir D
artment, 1 1,400. j
For the payment of expenses of City Police.
460- . .
ror ths tirbieng of Sa.iarbX' ef City I kers.
ago. A. J a i. j ' "-j- t-i J"- j
tor expenses or Uity ParK, fi.800.
For the pavmentof eleanina and renalrina street
lamps, (100. n j
It or uas ana uas Liignts, biw.
Foroavment c.f Nicolson ravement in front af
Sooth Engine House. MOO.
tor sewers snd lrainage, B3O0. j
For payment of Temporary Loan. 15.000.
Sbo. x. The aevecal same of ueaey appropriated
by the foregoing -section shall- De--xpeoded in the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot the City Clerk, passed
May xoth. 1867. m ..
nn.ii4uuiisn, - :
President of the City Coancil.
Passed Nov. S3, A . D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. Wilsom. City Clerk.
novM-dlt
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To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing tbe west side or ruga street from Aoble
street to Strawberry alley.
SbctionI Be it ordained bv tha CitvConnail
of the city of Columbus. That the sum of Fourteen
cents. Five mills, be and the same is hereby levied
ana astessea upon eacn loot irons ot tne several
lots of land bounding or abutting upon tbe west side
r n.k m i ,A i i ,
ley, ai the same are designated upon tbe plat of the
?'TH,.&rA0." M'lJ
fla orossing across Mound street at the west side of
mgu street, acco
civil Engineer.
laSfaponw1
the owners of the several lots of
lani apoawnioa tne loregoi.g assessment is made
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
ffitiffii &f&ttSXrJS
tJe'gAnieV1w,lterMt lullj,'t' ,""e4 upon1
a,ame ' wm. naghten.
. President of the Ci y CouncU.
rassea nov.xa, A. 1. loeo.
Attest: L. E. Wilson. City Clerk.
Besolntion to Contract.
Betcilvtd. That the Citv Civil Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
tne name ot toe city ox Columbus, with Frederick
Krfurt. for builduijr.a doabla-row flu eroasinr
across South PubKe mne at-thewest side ot High
street, upon tbe following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty eents per onbio
yard.
For boulder paving. Forty-live ocnta per square
yard.
For flagging. 14 inches wide, Sixty cents per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Nor. S3, 1868.
Attest t L. E.WILSON.
nor28-dlt City Clerk.
! Ywlntlott to XTontract.
Setolned, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
he ia hereby aothorised and directed to eontractin
the name of the city of Columbus, with Matthias
Lang, for bnilding a double row flag crossing
aero 88 Sooth street at tha west side of High street
upon the following terms, to wit:
For excavating or grading. Forty oents per subio
yard. . - o
For boulder paving. Forty-five cents per square
yard-
For graveling sidewalk. Fifty eents per cubic
'"dopted Nov. 23, 1868.
Attest: L. E.WILSON,
aaw v
City Clerk.
..solntMn tvyContrAct.:iiO
Sttoivd, That the City Civil Engineer be, and
he .eaerebj ertkoTiaeg aac.direotad toeootracuin
tbe name of the city of Columbos, with Peter
Eagaa.- fos building a. doable row flaa anasing
across Center alley on tbe north side of Long
street, npon the following terms, to-wit:
For exeavatiog or grading, Frty oeats per cubic
yard.
For boulder paving. Forty eents per square
yard.
For flagging. 14 inches wide. 60 oents per lineal
foot.
Adopted Nov. 13. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk.
Besolntion to Contract.
Keoht&. That tbe City Civil .Engineer.be.and
bens hereby authorised and directed; to contract sa
tha- name -of theoity "nf Co!dmhuS, with John
Harphy, for grading and paving the anpaved side
walks on the west side oi tSixth street from Town
street to Bich street, upon the following terms, to-
wit?
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For exeavatina or aradina. Fortv eenta ner en-
bio yard.
For bricks laid, til 00 per thousand.
Aaoptea aov. u, woo.
Attest: L E. WILSON.
norto-dlt -City Clerk.
Setolvtd. That the City Civil Engineer be
and ne is hereby authorised and directed to eon
tract in the name of the eity of Colnmbaa, with
Joseph Hartman. for lowerina the erossine a-ross
Hound street at the east side of High street to cor
respond witn tne meoison pavement, upon the xol
lowing terms, to-wit:
Thirty-fire dollars, eomplete.
Adapted Nov. S3, 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON. City Clerk. .
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HAUH, BELLOWS 1c BUTLER.
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nva. 21B V 8 18 MeVCJIIIIsrii St.,
COtTJirjBUS, OHIO.
(7Ai asae Manufactory it at tin Soot o)
oontA ttren, on sae uhhhj
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Panaavlvania and Indiana. Thev manniaotiira
MIUHtN rUHNIIUHt
all classes and everv deaira of snoerior work
anship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale and Retail.
febft-decdlv
COMMISSION.
For wardiAg.a ad.fXoinmisfeioH
MERCHANT,
DKALEK ID
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
ODB, WHISKi, Ac.
mr T st Prices, .Paid at all times for
Uern, Y xsariey, e c. etc.
F rT O B s
(fear West End af Nal'l K aid Brldsre
' COLUMBUS, OHIO.
feblS-deodly
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ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Streets mtear Mala,
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNEY P. ELLAS,
- Proprietor
VpH todPOLAB HO fJgiC CEKTRAIiLrLO
X oated and convenient to business, and to all
points ox travel, is toe most aesinsDie stopping
place tor persons visiting the oitr. Mo pains will
sat spared u make tne stay oi guests
pleasant in
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Nos. U, 38 & 40Nortfi High St,
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The attention " the Bosineee Pablls ' called to
the saperior facilities of this EstUialunent.
We have in constant use - s -.
Eleven Steam Power Presses
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BEST AND LATEST
KINDS
And oar ability.' to get oat work promptly is
surpassed la the West.. We have lately.,
- made additions to oar already ; - u
latAKCs&TARIET-k
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And we feel confident to satisfy all who may givs
as a calL Onr large fqnts of type enable as
.'-to do all kinds of ua
..t - r a: t::rji': M v:ol i
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a tha most prompt and excellent manner, aad ws
call the attention of those wanting anything H
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jEaAGNX SPECIMENS
That wa have executed In th past y ear; '
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JOB; FEINTING !
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Tha yepntatioB wf this Hobs for fin J ob Printing
1, 4 well kaowa to the business community. '
1 1-: ai'Employing, as we do, none but the
tyiii 9iii 7f I't-u ,i Ji -1 ;-v ti-ii::
Best vof VVorkmen.
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Chrnlaiv ;?
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t - -u We also keep a band a larger stock of ; '
PiPEBS-OFLLIllBDS
Than ens' other Priatlng House In the oity such as
Super ISowalVr Mediaina
Crovra Cap,
Letter aad
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Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them aa wa
ap, uir-auy xrom uie mauuiaoturer, we arc
enabled to do oar work at correspond-)
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CELEBRATED PAPERS 'Of
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Vfe particularly .call sttautieir to the Blank Books
manufactured by as. We are prepared to
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And all kinds of Blank Book bow in use. These
ooki are all done la the best style of paper., rul
ing and binding, and weehajeaga oom petition in
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orstookof
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Jastrsoeived adf saJeby
KEVINS & MYERS
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BOOk,
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Colored and
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iPrint Papers.
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ENVELOPES
':;'-; v -ii.: .-'n.-r.u , 3i' -,'.-
)f all sixes aad varieties, which-will ba (old at the
lowest market rates. i ,
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llSTjBOARDJ
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COLORED of all kinds
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fid tf.t ,(!,: .f--.i '!' moii ur.vil in.:
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itETis & irriTERs.
novST-'io
BANKERS.
J! :Wrl HUNTINGTON & C0
B A WKERS,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. " 1
febe-dly A'-'-'i t"' """-J l ' '"' ;
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HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
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ianM-dly-r . ... ..!.. ColBiaabaia. O.
NEW YORK.
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REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOK . THE i. HA. XI.
. Improved! "
It is ap elegant Dressiag for tbe Hair. . . )
It 'causes the Bair to CbtI beautifully. ,
It keeps the Soalp Clean and Healthy.'
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair."
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly..
It immediately stops Bsir Falling Out. ( v. ;i,
It keeps the Hair trom Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to its-Original Color. : -' 1
It brings out Hair oa heads that have been bald for
tyil 871 i-vi l . i s: . -i
t ij composed entirely of simple and. purely veget-
-.-a iiiq iri-.:hlciubejieeav'i i.'-i ''' "
It has received over six thousand voluntary test!
models of its excellence, many which are from
; ,f !' :,' pbrfftai0 in tigh standing. .
Jt la sold ia half-poond bottles (the name blown
la tha glass), by Druggisu and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by bemaai parnes A Cop ;J? C. Wells A Co.
BohieffelinACo..NewYork. IaCHMT-mohl7-dly.
J. VIEimOT & CO,,
" 'GiERAL NEWSPAPER"1, '
Advertising A gents .
f, ,, 13b trs new. Kerk..' v
-We peg to call the attention of advertisers to
our agency, yur faculties with all the first class
uany papers in tne country are seoona to none,
and we aro fallv nreeared ta offer erma and Mn.
ditiona which cannot fail to rive anmrinp inHnM.
meats. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
and 8outh American papers, with whom we have
exelnsive contracts We are the onlr house doing
We can. bv SDeoial oermisaioo. rafflv Ia
'Mr. H. T. Hklmbold, Druggist, 694 Broadway,
amw aura. .
Messrs. 8. R. ViNDCzgB A Co., 196 Greenwioh
street. New York.' ;- ' - -Messrs.
Hau, A Bpczbl, Ha Greenwich street.
New York.
ilessrs. ti. Bbcck"b 8o4 Co., Type Founders, is
isDamuera street. , . , . , .. . lT
'Messrs. Phalon a Sow, New Tork. "
Messrs. Phm-ok A kia.irNDiR. New Tork. ' i
Messrs. Takbant A Co.. New York.
Messm CHiorsaiNG A Son, New York." ' ''
Messrs. HADWATCo.,New York.
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WATCHES AND JEWELRY
A. & L. LESQUEREUX
..IMPORTERS AMD PKALXKS IH , ... -i
A TO HE S
JEWELRY,
SILVER aad
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PUtEDWARE,
CANESai',
. t. SPECTACLES,
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POCKET-BOOKS aad
i OPERA 6LA88I8
...... . IN ENDU: 88 VARIETY,
! Keep constantly on hand a- large assortment of
Sella Tneme'anel WeUerkmsy Clocks
Forthe Jobbing and1 Retail Trade.' Also, Agents
i . , .. forthe,
ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass.
es r'renoh and Geneva) in full supply at
! .-. low rates. : .,
i aar AU orders promptly filled and1 satisfaction
goaranteed.;. 'l ' .:
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lfetx-eodly''No.71SoutliUi,U3t., (Jolaaibus. ''
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
.'aSGS
RAILROAD.
I,,,- ,U
Tkrss Tralaa barsCslintal (TJsiion
Depot), AailrsiaaalAraiixceptesl.)
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St5 A. M NIGHT EXPRESSarriving at
ZaaesvUle at S13 A. M. Bell aire ht 1030 A. M
' Baltimore at eSAMj; Vraohington Uity at 8M
1 io a. m. Lightning express i rriving
' at Zanesville at 11 P. M Bellaire at 6:10 P, M ;
inaiore at jiuu a. a.; w asmngton uity at uas
'Hit
tl5 P. M.HtTHVSS MITi; .n.7...
will at 4:68 P. M.i Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:S P. M.; Washington City at 530 P.M. i
'i .- Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
. Passengeri holding through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of "-.''' fM
Voting; ;. Washingtoiiy City Free.
JNq Change, of Cars at Ohib fiiiver-
!;i-l,i-. Il'!"fu :
"ALL' KTGHT
. SLEEPING CAHfli
ON
TTBAINu.
v, ; !U I.-;
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Aalt tor TICKETS vlaBELLAIRE
:r Mastar'ef TraasportaWc a
,1. M. COLK. General Ticket Agent. i
' ! JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Pasaenrer As.
MEDICAL .. .
mu aniiaat (or tbe nuksaw aauajs)
, r l. without Cats, every kin .or mmi j
UIM1 "
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vmpcaoai or sno tsm)v ,.
t or Itrblna. IrrttiaUBa', or ,
4 .ctlatreaalna: eataaeaaa .. .
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.. n ; nearly TtliereA me of thnl moHiMng ma, '
aoa. naa ma now looking quite tike a man," writes t
UwHw E. Nolc, Gem-ml Agent of Mich. Central' '
B. R.,173Broadway,,M.,V. t i , ,, , I
TO tfjtff it an invaluable, remedy for Tetter,
y ii Wrlto Iligley Bros.,
Draggisbi, Fairfield, Iowa.
:IK have trtei omr vntaable'Trmen'u-'fat Barier't
llnahfe -rem
VTitea.O.
Itch with great meceM.'1
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W. xaamont, of
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Bend for circular. Price, JJ cts. and gl.OQ. 1 ,j .
. Ieparcd only by'. ' gOLOH lAUUB, u J,.l i
' . , .36 West Tonrth Street, Cincinnati! O. ?
. yor sale byrDrusgieta eeaerailr. , i .-.!-: i I
. septal deodiwly ;
1''
PBILOSOPn OK MARRIGE.i A Nrsl
COFBSB OI LlCTFUtK Via llrliv.n-,! .1 tha Kw
J York Museum of Anatomy, etubrariig the sob-
joui ; t iujb'lu uyo ana wnac 10 live tor:- roorn.
Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ed: Theeaose of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases acconnted fnr ; Marriacrik nViloannhk
. ieally considered, Ac. .... L s: ..j
rocset volumes containing tbese lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
fnar stamse. bv addrtmainr SWRKTABY Naw
- Vobk Voiirii or Anitomt im Hcibkck. 6ig
.Bboadwat Nfw Vokk. - vwv-febag-dlv
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BOQKI BINI)ERrESL;,-;;
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; BOOKS; WASTED,:; 105 - BISDI5G.
1 HAVE" tYOU'!1; r
'tnt' ROOKS.' IB AG ZIMEV 8HEBT
x. MCSIU. Ac, Ac that -yon. wish to bava
boandia a nice Arm-bind Hit1, promptly, at low
pricea? Books sent far and returned te any' part Of
tnecity by giving notice through posteffioe, or At
tne
FranUia
. .-,- - H it
Steam Book
Binderj
BEANK.iBOOKi'McliriJFACTORy
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State. sv ,rt ,t -,. ,-. ,
Bosrni 31, 38, 38 Nortls Hlfftk street,
turer. Alessrs. a evins -A Jlyen And Htatesman
tUiMH. HUOKS -. .... ., ,.., IjV,
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- , BLANK BOOKS!
Or every description' snd quality, from the hit beet
to the lowest, printed if desired,' ruled and bound
to any required attern.anasuperror workmanship.
at the lowest prices. ,. . n , t ij i -. i
uraers imd uiunty umcers, uangs. Merchants,
and all Officers requiring JSUrtUOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be execuled promptly, with onr per-
aouai etiemduu.- . - . .t
1 our patronage respectfully solicited. . ,
oet3-deodSm,-.l : I i ''. - - s i Proprietor; '
SI E BERT & LILLE Y,
Blank . Book ElaDiifactixrerSj
' ' fHfNItriS, BINUbna ArjU rUnLISncHS, t 0
Special attratioa paid to manufacturing first class
BLANK jSOUKS
o every description, with or without printed Bead-
.. ... -. ;. , .ingskfor 1 . -
COUNTT OFPICKB3, MKKCIHXNT8, MXNFPACTrBXRS
; BAKKEKS,.ILAUJU1A COMfAlltlaVag.,! 1, I
JB7 Foil sets of Books made on shor notice;
warranted te give perfect satisfaction. i -
OPERA ' HOUSE. BUILDINC.
STWII COulT VUL.UMBU8, VUIO.
CLOTHING, i
I . l il 1 -V
CUSTOM. AND' READY-klADE
y in'
. THE OHIOV'J 1
6,1 I'
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Merchant Tailoring & Cloihing Co.
-' JTO.' 185 OPXtCj. SOVSJf SIOCS.,
ll i .
: V ,, j .. ;;, 1 Colataskaa Obio.
A RtTPKRBBFJW KTOCK sf CLOTHS
, xx Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings. both
r oreign anixxiomeatie. tor t all and W inter wearv
GENTLEMEN flF FASHION I
Will always find both oar materials and onr work
; to be in the height of tbe mod. . We a all spare
1 no pains io producing the most elrg.nt and fash-
, luuwii e ear in ea ia ao.ov luana anywoatea
i EEADT-MADE- CLOTHING,
Of wKUftb . ,-.! f. n,..nP..I.Mjt 1. AnM.l.
ib the latest and most fashionable styles, wilt al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
oi- u season, a vary low prices. -
GENTSFURNllSW
In fall Knes, always kept on hand
a V,l t: ....... t. ,J...1-J. uiw luewuwn.-.
JUll.i KitH Treasurer. , .
W. G. PbRKSi FeremaB;i;J fl,;
FALL Z WINTER, GOODS.
1 HUNTER'S "'
I .r ti-t ' ' .:: i ' .1 . jl f'ijlt.
ClpthiDg Emportuio,
No. 220 South High St.,
1 COLlinBdt, OHIO.
IHATE JUST HECEI V JE J THE
largest and finest stock' of ' Fall and Winter
inoas ever orougnt vo this city, ooasistiag ox - -
French,
; . J&itrlieils an , 7,Mi
T)om5Wtit? Clotbs.
-.: . Cagglmeret,; Sco,,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 win sell at the low.
eai iau.prtoee..-i ; . .- - rf j- ,.i ,
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
stock of . .i T .
READY MADE' CLOTHING.
I .-..-
i a;i 2ii.ll 40HN.HUNTBR,
.... SSO South Hih street,
' ju-dly
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j .NO. ISM & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET'- "
I --.-ii -j GKOCEKS,
TlROPRIETOR COI.IJTi BTJSl PBW?
jl 1), R MAGAZINE, and aeents for the sale of
Basard rewder uempany's Powder. Agents for
hesaleof , . -
GARDNER, PHIPPS' A CO.'S ,
Celelirated Sngar Cored Hams.
; ' -l- and dealers in ,!J "-' "
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GliOCEHIE i i '
In all tbeir varieties. Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigars, etr. - - lull-eodly
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TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
- .Vl'.i-iTA!
aacUae
1
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The 'Shortest Bti VestNo Change of Cars to
. jiJicChi?,n.k fJ Indianapolis.
FOUR TRAIS8-4AILY leave Unioa Leiot, Co-
J clambns.onaad after Nov. at, TKS;as
foIlOWS 4 : . . ,
itLil,l8SifinaaT "oepted) Arrives
fov n Jf l .Uraoal:la aa; Bellefontaine
SioVSo o mndl'k, ? m '"'oaa 116 a in. To
ltS!l. Wairolt 10:40pm. ' -
it1ll2i,1Li, IPW'ly for Toledo and D
stoesiel of any other route -
115 SniJ.lV.' pk6ria- press
iri-Miln Lk "ivcs at Bradford
JanstioBgMO pas, Kiohavond 8:0S a m Indianano
lis 80 p m. Logansport 10:50 p m. Chicaio 80 a m
Peoria S5a m. Oalesburg Ww . mBmlinatGa
Iowa. Hr06 a m. keokak 130 p m. Qa ni"S1t0In
LouisviUeS JO a ta. X arre Hants llS? p aa.attoo
S33 a m, Cairo 4:40 p m. Pane 47 a n,, Alton 80 a
m. 8t Louis a m, Laajstt180 mid,Sarin
field, Ilia , 7:" am. JT,"
Passengers br this train reach St.XObts the next
morning if boor tttieacl and for points west
of at. Leais and Keokuk one traia in'adtance of
all other routes. , - , . , . T
k.'ka' p. M. cHrdAGd and Si lotjis ex-
OnOKf PRESS 8andars exseptedl. Arrives at
Piqna 90S m. Toledo 6O0 a m. Detroit 8:10 a m.
Bradford Jonotion 80 p m, Losansport MO am,
Chicago 80 a m. Indianapolis W6a m, Terra Haute
-30 a m, Met toon 9:14 a sav Paaa 110 a n. Alton
WO p m, St. Louis 4;00 p m. LafaTette 7:45 a m.
Springfield. Ills,. 4:S p m. Quiooj llMp a, Keo
kuk 1KW a m.- Loniewille B.-Oo a m. Nashville 6.-00 p
a.emphislft, a n,. H . v-?r 3
. AjT" Sleeping cars run in this train from Uolum
bos to Chicago and St. Leais without change. This
is decidedly the bet train from. Celrmbus ta Chi
cago, St. Louis andLouisville, as it makes' quicker
time and arrives at St. Louis and Louisville 9
aosira ataieaid and makes direst eoaneotiona fur
all points West and.South one traia ia advance of
any other roHtc - ' ; - - ' -
19il(T'?;JM- "KIG,HT Daily via
l4e.tJ indiaaapotis -(Mondays excepted), via
Logaaaport. Arrives ot Bradford Junetioa 4:15 a
di. Lioganppoi
S-3S p rai Kei
:40 a m. Chinun s- n M ui.
eoknk 10:45 am.. lMlin.Mau a.u-
Terra Haute 13:15 d m.Ev&n.-rilln v-ao nm T
3iU p m. Cairo 4:15 a m, Paaa :0S p m. Alton Mo p
m, bt. Lou is 1:I6 p-BrLafayetle 3:10 p m. Louis
vi le 5:00 p sa, Itashville SH a m. Meopbied5 pm.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Loois H hears gad Chicago boon ahead of
any .other route. , ,; (l
STATE BOOSI SLEEPING CARS
Bun in this train fi eas Ilttabnrgh to Indianapolis.
' - Call foe Tickets via Lcganaporti or Indian
apolis. .
" Tloke for sale at Union and PiqaDepots.
Columbus, aad at all. principal Kailruad Ticket
Offioes. " 4
P. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket A rant.
3 - ilLUillxieneral Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
rive Tx-,xxm' ODa.ily.1
r ns au rEXCKPT SDNDAT IT '-vj
From Columbos. xn, oonneotioa with Trains, ea tha
lUltslejnixunl A CoUsmbssa fc Xtsaia
Kailroasls.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colombog at 1:10
A. M. . Will step at Delaware, Cardtagton. Uilead.
Gallon, Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. New London.
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land alaAS A At.New Tork 740 A. U...Thie train
leaver Sunday morning, not Monday.
"NO: 1 ACCOMMOUATIOR i,eave Colamftis
at SM A. M. Will stop at all way stations,,! Tkis
train starts from the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPP.ESS-Leavea Columbos at
liaa A. M.i -W ill stop at Delaware,Askley,Carding
toa, Galioo,, Crestline, Shelby. New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea: ' Arrives at Cleveland
at 30 P. M..New York neat day atSiK P.M. ,'
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Colombus at 1:40
Pv AI. Will etoil at Werthfaigton, Lewis-Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London. WeUinKtotwCrraf ton and Berea. ' Ar
rives Cleveland at :!0P7M.. New York 7:i5 P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne arAJ Chicago,- by tak
ina thia train, willget sleeping, car at Crettline-at
:tiOP. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11:50 P. M.,
Ch-eage at WOA. M.. being in advance ef all eth
er ruufs. have ample time for breakfast, sd taka
the earliest train for the West . "
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION YIA DKL
AWARE Leaves Calambus at i30 P. M. Will
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3H5 P. M SprinrtieTd
f-aa P. M. .This traia leaves Spriagfleld at TiMA.
M, arrives at Delaware at 8A5 A..M.: Coluinbus
M:0 A. M. ti -.14 io -..:... fiij xv iioiT
ili" ij't r'ii'fi-.' ' k ' : -.Vy-a.is H
Isiteiit Sleeplatar Can are rata oat avl t
XISh Trains le Cblcago, "
. S'u-.j jTtoagoa. r "tr
- - .npl no, 0(11:0
" B airs re checked through .to New Tortjjad
Boston, via Cleveland : alaa. tn PK;i.,i.iV,i . Bn
-Hear York, via Crestline, i -x
, lin.XUIUU.HUt ......
Night Express arrives at Colombfas ttttS A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl:
:!1 .'"'"! ::!! i.it
41 ail Train arrives at Columbos at t-Si P. II,
Springfield Aoaomatodatiea arrives atCciourVin
at 101 A. Af. , . -H,;h ncoj
faire u Lsw aa by any Other RomteM
" Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ' a
cl , ma 15. 8. FLINT.- i -"T
. Sapcrintendent. Cleveland. Ohio. 4
JAMES PATTERSON. 1
, - --Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
- ColumbosiNoT 3S,.lMa.li u.J,..)
Cincinnati Railroad. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN
V
RAILROADS
:l ti - - : : ' JO. 1- -! .'TO-T
On an after MONDAT. Nov, S3d. IMS, J01JK
t" TRAINAILY will leave Columbus l.,
rtfa ClNClNNATT, iotlSTjiCAIjW,"sTi
1 lotjis; DATToif , siciiJioND, ;nf.,'i
BIANATOLIS CHTCACrO(, " '
ffithon 'change of oars to. DAY TON and RICH
, MOND, and only one change of cars -to L3L i
-'- PIANAPOLIS and CxUCAGO.
7i1 ti. 1 vnti-i'i ' J '1 (..... i: :, siiW
Coiineeon are reliable aa, folJ)w. h j
,;1.',!,,i., tFIRST TRAIN. fiOailj), -vAn-A I
Leaves at A. M for- CiooimravU CirelewiMii
. Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieotbe: stops at Loarf
: don.' Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a
,L'inciiiiiaaat,-oa..BUr ni .'i-:3ul .l.-i-...., itei
SECOND. TRAIN.. - .i3Vj,)ia
(Daily exdepTSandaysJ T,
Leaves at sao A. M.-Ynr CinmWr,! ;'nL-
Kiohmond. Indianapolis and Cbieago. aad stops asx
West Jefferron, London. South Charleston, Selma,,
.vaarvuie&euiaxcpnnai v auey. uorwin. Morrow
South Lebanon. Fosters. Lovalan.i. -Milford arw
, riving at einerDnati at 1038 A: MconneoiiBg
.wltil tha,JItf JUoaU.;, jj.ti lr,H 1,1, .-., . ."4
1-iir-. TSjOtQ TRAIN. ...j , (j o il
' -..-; Daily eaoept SandayO i .1 7-:,:')
Leaves at 1J46 P , ji for Cincinnati. Dayton and
j hrnngfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
j 6:30 P. at. .-. o . , . -X
; " FOURTH TRAIN."" n-
r.A". ; .5(T)alli e'xcent"S'undavs."),'I;i " ' ' .
Leaves at' 8 V.' M. for Cincinnati. Dayton 'and'
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. -West'
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,r
Cenarville.' Xeaia. Morrow and Loveland,' and ar-'
rjvwgatCinoinjutUatOaW.P. Ja, JHtt :oR
- a ei ' ui 1 ir-y.ll al yj. -. -ilni-nt
Sl.eeplnr'Cara en all Nlsrag Tralaa,
I esiix- H .!J ul H- t.. .! ,(, '
HENRY BROOKS, Tieket AgsnL j
1 W. H. H. SHINN, Agent. ' .
! JOHN DTJRAND. v "'T"r . -... a
! Gean-Saperii!teadei,t,l ri7 1
;W.L. O'BHIEN, .i.vf"""!. itt i;a
Genl Ticket Agt.J ' -
: BooTg ;;Ayp .siioes;;;
r. B- BBrAitn. il- : r. i. 1; -Vi j aj. HoBiogsT
CHEAP BOOTS AiN.D ,' SHQE$t,
: - t I-si' ?n .i;r
T. sHEPARD HAVIXO FORITfED
a a partnership, withtfl H0R1GER. for tea
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
. ' -..um-ui ,1 -i .uiiiiU ?.IM,11 l.'l
XO 4t JSOfJTaX, IIIGII klTBEET,
Would irespeettBlljr Invite tbeir friends and fee
public generally te call and examine tbelrane end 1
well selected stock of Ladies'. Gents', Aliscea' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di- "
rectfrom.tlie East, and which tbey aranowosTaring:A
lor sale on the most reasonable terms.' Inourman-
uitLCturina donartment sDeeialattaatlen lagivaa.to ,
uuiu ruiio 1 jj t - - '9'"t
lepairing of all kinds neatly aad promptly done. 1
V would respectfully aaliait a share of poblic
ronage. pieasegiycAM a-O-iirnnolc tjr
b OelnaibBtJXW'Sspt; II. lceSi '';.-set,ls-dtils
" ' COAT,.
t .. tat OOAL." :,,i:'
.T. ALLEN, Agent, .ij
WII-I-CpjITlSIjaj tHE COAL BD ..if
N E." S at his present stand. ...
f l"o. 13S North High atreet,"'. '
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE J"'-''1
HOCKING COAU whioh. h is prepared to sell a
the lowest market price.
eV bpeaialaUcmioo paid to Skipping. '
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